Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, May 11, 1910, Image 4

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    Coquille Heral<L
D F. D E A N ,
PROPRIETOR
County Official Paper.
V U B L IS H E D EVK H Y W ED N ESD A Y.
iim le d
to ib «
ni a t e r í a I a n d nooial op
h I m u o f I he C o q u ille V alley p a rtiea lerlj
• •«•I o f O o o i C ou n ty gen era lly.
- 1 , ' t a o r t p t i o n , p e r y e a r . i n a d v a n c e . l.fiO
Phone, Main 354.
T H E SNAIL AND T H E B EA V E R
Esaa.v by l m n Custer, Tenth
(trade Pupil iu Coquille
High School.
The following sketch is taken
from the Indians’ legend of the cre­
ation of man.
At one time there were no men
or women upon the earth although
l here were many animals and fishes
One day the Qreat Spirit looked
down and saw a snail crawling
»round in the mud by a river. The
Spirit said, " I will make a new
animal out of the snail, one who
ran walk on two legs, speak a new
language, arid have power over
other animals."
Then the Great Spirit sent
flood that washed the snail upon
the high ground in a strange place
far from his watery home.
The
snail went to sleep amoDg the
strange grasses. Wnen he awoke
he was afraid, the sky looked bluer
and the sun appeared nearer than
it had ever been before; be was tall
and straight and had arma and legs
instead of being like be was before.
He went to sleep.
Tbe Great Spirit appeared to him
and placed a bow and arrow in his
band and told him to shoot a deer.
Then He showed him bow to strike
fire from a rock and cook the deer.
After the Spirit left the man he
was very lonesome and wandered
around by himself.
One day the beaver asked the
man to come borne with him. The
beaver spread a great feast for the
mao who was reminded of bis lone
liness when he saw how happy the
beaver was with bis family, so he
asked tlie beaver if bis daughter
could go with him. The beaver’ s
daughter was kind hearted so she
went with the man.
That Dight when the man went
to sleep the beaver was with him
but when be awoke there was
beautiful maiden by bis side. The
Great Spirit told the man to bunt
and the maiden to cook tbe game
he would get for them lo eat.
From these two people sprang the
race of man.
Thus is the legend of tbe red-
men, “ Man and woman came from
the snail and the beaver.”
Death of Mrs
Now ia time to gat rid of jou r
Mrs. G'Orge Nai, a well known rbi'umetiaiu. You can do ao by ap­
Coos Bay w man, died at her home plying Cbambei Iain’s Liniment.
Nine cases out of ten are simply
in Ferudale this morning after s
lingering illness of nearly two years. muscular rheumatism due to cold or
Soon after her marriage two years damp, or obronio rheumatism, and
•go. she was taken ill of the g r ip ; .vcild to the vigorous application of
and from it lung trouble developed, epidemics of whooping cough, and
Although taken to Arizona and New always with'tbe best results.
Mexico and to specialists, efforts to
Make your washing easy by us­
cure her were in vain.
mg Washing Tablets ât Drane’ s
The funeral will be held from the store.
Marshfield Methodist church at 2
Barred Plymouth eggs $t oo per
o'clock Friday afternoon.
settiug. J. Quirk, Coquille.
Serena E. Nay, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Ward, was born at
NOTICE OF FIN A L ACCOUNT.
Parkersburg, Coos County, Oregon,
Notice is hereby given that the under
May 9 1876. Besides her husband, signed has filed in the County Court his
final report and account in the matter
she is survived by her parents and of the estate of \V. L. Hayter. deceased,
five brothers, John, Joseph, Frank and said Court has named Monday, the
9th day of May, 1910, as the day and the
and Tom, o f Coos County, and Jas. Court House at Coquille, Coos County,
Ward, who is now employed on the Oregon, a» the place for hearing objec­
tions to said final account and for the
Columbia river.
settlement of said estate.
K . 8 . K now lton ,
Having spent all ber life in Coos
Administrator of said Estate.
county, sbe had many friends who
will regret her demise.— Cooe Bay
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice is hereby given that the un­
Times.
llilio M a n e a anal l'* n a ll|» a tl» ia .
For years I was troubled with bil­
iousness and constipation, which
made life miserable for me.
Mv
appetite failed me. I lost my usual
force and vitality. Pepsin prepa
rations and cathartics only made
matters worse.
I do not know
where I should have been today had
1 not tried Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets The tablets re-
I eve tbe ill feeling at once, strength­
en the digestive functions, purify
the stomach, liver and blood, help­
ing the system to do its woik met*
in a l l « . Mis. |{ i d putts, Itirniieg-
bam, Ala
These tablets are f r
sale by It S. Kuowlton
The Honeymao
Hardware Co., of Portland. Oregon,
have eent a hurry-up telegraph or­
der for 68 more self-setting planes,
to the makers, Gage Tool Co., Vine-
land, N. J.
These planes are in
demand and our local dealers can
get them of seven other Portland
dealere as well as those in Oregon
City, Hood River, Seattle, Tacoma,
and other coael cities.
C a r p ik t k h s : —
-
-
n « tt t o » .
Now is tbe time to get rid of
your rheumatism. You can do ao
by applying Chamberlain’s Lini­
ment. Nine cases out of ten are
simply muscular rheumatism due to
cold or damp, or chronic rheuma­
tism, and yield to the vigoroue ap­
plication of this liniment'
Try it.
You are certain to be delighted with
fh- qui k relief which it affords
Sold 1>> R S Knowlton.
♦ -»•» *
« h n u ItrrlMln a l . l n m c n f .
This is a new preparation and a
good one. It is especially valuable
as a cure for chronic and muscular
rheumatism, and for tbe relief from
pain which it affords in acute in*
fl .minatory rheumatism. Those who
have used it have invariably spoken
of it iu the highest terms of praise.
Lame back, lame shoulder and
■tiff neck are due to rheumatism of
the muscles, usually brought on by
exposure to cold or damp, and are
quickly cured by applying this lini­
ment freely aod massaging the af-
fectod parts. Soreness of tbe mus­
cles, whether induced by violent ex­
ercise or injury, is allayed by this
liniment. For sale by It. 8 . Knowl-
ton.
FOR SALE.
B y J. W.
Citv
L e n b v e , C o q u il l e ,
lots, for
O b .
residence.
W
alk k b ,
Coquille
Agt.
Aretino
Talking
Machine
FREE with $25 00 caeh traJe
and a cash payment of $2.50
on delivery of machine. One
10-inch record FREE with
»10.00 in cash trade. One 10.
inch record FREE with |5 00
in cash trade every Saturday.
Remember tbe Aretino record
fits all kinds of disc talking
machines.
DEALER IN
,a d i e » ’
Fancy
STUTSMAN & CO.
H A R R IN G T O N , Proprietor.
! Office on First Street, Op. Hotel Baxter.
Phone Main 591
S p a a la l A t t e n t i o n Q lv a n to
C tm r n a v a lil fian
Lard,
Hams,
Bacon,
yoooooooo<=
Pres«
Accepted throughout the civilized worlJ
the
as the most universally satisfactory il­
Button
luminant for all purposes the Clennest
EST light known.
and
We are headquarters fo r euerything in the m eat line,
wants alw ays receiues prom pt attention.
C O Q U IL L E V A L L E Y
Incandescent
Electric Light
Most Convenient, and the CHEAP
here
Sausage,
Fresh and Salt Meats.
II
Some of the best residence lots
in Coquille, size 80x 100, price
$200 to $240; terms $25 down
and $ 10 per month.
For These and Other Good Buys see
6 s m to 9 p m .
PIONEER MEAT MARKET
We Carry
Five room bungalow and lot,
50x 100; $ 1700.
p i e a l s R t a l l H o u rs
P fo m
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Coos.
In the Matter of the Estate of Charles
A. Peterson, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under­
signed, executrix of the last will and
testament of Charles A. Peterson, de­
ceased, to the creditors of and all per­
sons having claims against the said de­
ceased, to exhibit such ciaims, with
the necessary vouchers, within six
months after tbe first publication of
this notice, to the said executrix, at the
office of C. R. Barrow, which said office
the undersigned selected as her place of
business in all matters connected with
said estate of Charles A. Peterson, de­
ceased.
M ARY L . PETERSON,
Executrix of the Estate of Charles A.
Peterson, deceased.
C. R. Barrow, Atty. for said Executrix.
Dated and first publication at Co­
quille, on this the 11th day of May, 1910.
One-hall' acre in beiries and a
six room cottage close in, good
barn, chicken bouse nnd wood
shed. If you are looking for a
borne, you will buy this place
for $ 1250.
f
Skookum Restau rant,
P A C K IN G
you
Your
CO.
That furnished by
R IV E R
the
ELECTRIC
COQU ILLE
CO
is
firat
have
class and up to date in every inspect
it.
The rates placo it within reach of all
Frank Morse, Prop., Coquille
~- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -» ->00000000
litis LEFT
In Sm ith’s First Addition
P atents
to
BANDON
Scientific American.
To close out the
New York
ffilHUIT
Track at $ 20 to $ 3 0 each.
RFI5TLE5 PLATES ARE RIGHT
RFISTLE5 RATES ARE RIGHT
Good Level Lots, Streets
FRANK RE1STLE
Opened; Title Perfect.
OUR CUT 5 PRINT
J. C. W atsoji , Coquille, Or.
80 acre ranch, 25 hend of cows,
the best buy in southern Oregon;
tbe price is right.
Six large lots and a new seven
toom bouse; $1900.
and
G e n ta ’
F u r n is h in g s
a n d S t a p l e G r o c e r ie s , F lo u r
a n d F eed.
dersigned, administratrix of the estate
of J. H. Schroeder, deceased, did upon
the 26th day of June, A. D. 1908, file p i p a t - C l a a a
her final account in the matter of said
S e e v ie e .
estate, and that the Judge of the County
Court of Coos Countv, Oregon, has
named the 6th day of May, A. D. 1910,
at 10 o’clock a. m. as the day, and the
Courthouse at Coquille, Coos County, A T T H E
Oregon, at the place for hearing objec­
tions to said final account and for the
C. A
settlement of said estate.
Dated this 5th dav of April, A. D.
1910.
EMILY SCHROEDER,
Wm I B a k c R a t a s t a
Administratrix.
» a g n i » Board*» ».
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
F. J. HAYES
160 acre ranch within 4 mill * of
Coquille on county road
Price
$5,500
Three lots, all cleared, ready
for building; $300.
8 lots 3 blocks from postoffice;
$800.
17 acres close in, at a at gain.
2 1 2 acres close in, the piiee
will suit the buyers.
2 large lota and a 6 room
house; » good buy for $2100.
P. E. Drane
screw
40 acres of timber land close to a
Jg^TThe New and Speedy,
driving stream. Price $800.
22 acres, with several acres bottom
S tr. E liz a b e th
land, nice bouse. Just outside tbe
city limits of Coquille. Price $4500.
Capt. Olsen, Maste.
10 acres, all bottom, in cultivation,
Will make regular tripB between
on Coquille river, J mile from Co­
Coquille River an 1 San
quille. House and barn.— $2500.
20 acres, mostly bottom land,
Francisco. '
close to Coquille, nil improved, with
N o S top -over at W a y Porta.
nice bouse and small barn, also
E lcctiic Lights. Everything in Fir
young orchard. Price $3800.
Class Style.
i t 5 acre farm, 4 mtles Irom Co­
quille, on county road.
House,
barn and other outbuildings, good
orchard. Price $6250.00. $ 2000.00
cash, balance on easy terms.
OPTEMETRIST
General merchandise business
with large trade— no opposition,
At Dr. Richmond’s office the 24th
One of the best opportunities in and 25th of each month.
Don’ t
southern Oregon for anyone want­
ing to go into the mercantile busi­ forget the date
ness.
60 YEA RS’
80 acre farm, all bottom land.
EX P E R IE N C E
60 acres in cultivation, eood bouse
and large dairy i>arn, good orchard,
about 20 good dairy cows.
Price
reasonable with terms on part of
purchase price.
80 acre dairy farm, located on
1 radc m A R aa
D e s ig n s
Hie C' quille river, 50 acres in culti­
C o p y r ig h t s 8 c .
vation, 2 h u»e», 2 ba*iis, silo, 15
Anyone «ending a sketch and description may
. ------------- ---------------- *nton free whether an
good cow», good 01 chard. Price is
putable. Communlca-
HANDB00K on ratente
ttont
___
____
utrictly
ctljro confident
________
lai, __________
right with liberal terms of part of
*ent free. Oldest agency r for securing patents.
Patents
taken
through
Munn A Co. »ecelve
___
_
____
_
gL____
♦ ho luircltase price.
fa cia l notice, without charge, In the
450 ncie stock ranch, with good
hoii»e and barn. About 30 acres in
A handsomely illustrated weekly. largest d a
culation o f any actentlfle Journal. Terms. (3 a
cultivation, balance seened to pcs
•months, $L Bold by all newsdealer«.
lure.
D.'Catcd on county roa d !
wher (lore i» a daily mail.
Price ]
Brauch Office,
Office. fl
<96 F 8U Washington. D. C.
$0 per acre
160 acre» of land, about 15 acres,
bottom, balance hill. Very little
cleared; fairly good house, quarter
of a mile from school. Price, $900.
Nice cottage, almost new, a bar­
gain. Price $800.00
Several income business proper
ties in Coquille at reasonable prices.
Lot 50x100, Front Street, Co­
quille. A bargain if sold soon.
(N C R AVER a n o ELECTROTYPER
3 acres almost wi-liin the business
reoar iiu
i « jq . « t
t Ptwvni c o t o
part of the city with elegant resi­
dence, an ideal home, (get my price),
120 acres timber land—-about 4
million feet of cedar and fir— J ce­
dar, quarter mile from river. Per |
acre $20.
Robinson's Store has just re
..
♦
-
ceived, cross bar dimity, Canton,
Eggs For Hatching
Galatea, Blue and Brown Linens,
Brown Leghorns ami White Ply-
Serpentine Crape, Colored Hand
moth Rocks $1.00 per setting.
kerchief Linens and Khaki Cloth.
White I*eghorns $1.50 per setting.
Insure in tbe Horticultural Fire
Indian Runner ducks $2.00 per
Relief, ot Salem, Strictly mutual,
setting.
and save 40 to 50 per cent.
T. A.
Call and See U> and
Hear the Music.
Lot 100x465 feet, with fair house.
Five lots for $500. See J. W.
Leneve.
House and lot—a good buy at
$450.
5 acres of land close to town at a
very reasonable price.
40 acres timberland close to tbe
g ^ T h e safe and reliable twin
Coquille river for $700.
An elegant home with 14 acres
partly bottom land, just outside tbe
city limits of Coquille. Nice 10 room
house, nice barn, young orchard,
nice spring water to hou»e. A rare
bargain only $35o0 00. Terms.
Some of the Best
Buys in Town
11» It Vow.
Geo. Nay.
----------S E E
FAIR PRICE
wanted
inventors
lo w rite for o u r com ident ial le tte r hr tore u p -1
plying for p a te n t; it mnjr he worth
Jf
W e p ro m p t;) o b ta ii t . 8 . am i F o re »
and
PATENT
S,
or reti
ret.
K A S
D A
A D E , M A i - » K
TR
attorney r * fee. Rend mode
h o to and wê aeml an • « I L «
report on pate ntability. V\ e give I
legal «ervice and adviee, and onr I
chargea are m oderate. Try us.
TIR
SW IFT & CO
Pat o n t L a w yer*, '
0pp. U.8. Pateat Office,WashiaptwHi, O.v. I
I
SMITH