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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1910)
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reading five cents per line each inser
tion. Cards ci thanks 50 cents each.
Obituary poetry five cents per line.
Resolutions of Condolence and lodge
advertising five cents per line.
Phone, Main 354.
Fishtrap, October 3 , 191 o
Mr. William Hickam and family
from Missouri are visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Tex Robison.
Rev. Mr. Lyon returned borne
from conference one day last week.
He brought with him from Rose'
burg Grandma Henninger, who has
been visiting her son at Oakland,
Oregon, for the past three months,
and Mrs McCausland, wife of ex-
Presiding Elder McCausland, who
is here in the interest of the Home
Mission work. Mr. Lyon has been
assigned the same charge for anoth
er year, and will occupy the pulpit
in the Fishtrap church one Sunday
in each month.
We are pleased to
have you with us for another year,
Mrs. Beit Fish went to Prosper
one day last week to stay a few days
with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Smith,
whose Daby is very ill.
We were pleased to learn that
butter made in Coos county took
first premium at the Oregon State
fair, and more pleased to learn that
it was made in the Coquille valley,
and still more pleased to know that
it was made at Norway, where
Fishtrap contributes a large amount
of cream to its making.
Mr. Riebe, of Marshfield, met
with the farmers at the schoolhouse
recently and made them a very in
teresting talk on the co-operative
George Henninger returned late
ly from a trip in the valley, where
he went to look after his ranch at
He also made a
business trip to the metropolis.
Threshing is all done in this vi
cinity and the farmers are all well
pleased with the waather.
The dairyman are all wearing
broad smiles too since the rain.
Mrs. John Hale has been some
what indisposed the past week,
Elton Stephens will leave for
Portland by the Breakwater Sat
urday, the fifteenth, where he will
resume his studies at the Behnke
Walker, Business College.
Geo. Henninger has beeu some
what under the weather, since his
return from the Willamette valley
but is feeling some better at the
J ohn D o e .
Can be had by ambitious young
men and ladies in the field o f “ Wire
less’ ’ or railway telegraphy. Since
the 8 -hour law became effective,
and since the Wireless companies
are establishing stations through
out the cottntiy there is a great
shortage o f telegraphers.
pay beginners from $70 to $90 per
m onth, with good chance of ad
The National Tele
graph Institute of Portland, Ore.,
operates six official institutes in
America, under supervision of R. R.
and Wireless Officials and places all
graduates into positions.
pay you to write them for full de
Juok Blanton in Paris Appeal : 1 Large assortment of Umbrellas to j School books aud school supplies
choose from at Robinson’s.
at Knowlton’s Drugstore.
The reason that parable dealt with
New and fresh groceries always
We are in tbe box business you
a prodigal son instead of a prodigal
will find boxes of all kinds at Fishs’
daughter, Joeia, was probably due on hands at Dranes Store.
Never a line in town before of Box Factory.
to the fact that it would not have
trunks, suitcases and bags, like
F o r R e n t .— A Dairy
been true to life had it been other-
140 acres J mile from Norway.
w as. No matter how deep in sin the
Be vacant March i,
W ebfoot flour at Lyons A Jones Creamery.
young man goes—no matter how
$1,65 per sack. Try one sack and 1901 .
F rank N e l s o n .
girls he may debauch,
you will want another.
how mauy hearts he may break,
If you intend seeding you land
how many gray heads he may bring
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
this fall, call at Knowlton’s Drug
in sorrow to the grave— an enthusi
DEPARTMENT OK THE IN T B S tJ S . 05177
astic welcome awaits him in bis
home, in his church and in bis com
munity when he comes back. It is
not so with the prodigal daughter.
She may have gone out but a few
steps into sin— may have been be-
guilded into the wrong path by
some crafty devil who took advan
tage of her innocence or inexperi
ence, or may have gone astray be
cause there was more of hell than of
heaven in her home— but no matter
what the circumstances, no matter
how quickly repentance may come
nor how sincere it may be, there is
no bringing forth of rich robes, no
slaughter o f the fatted calf, no
rejoicing or making merry when she
comes home. It has ever been thus.
It will continue to be so until Chris-
tain people emulate the example of
the Master who was so courteous
and tender with erriDg women. He
reclaimed them every time.
followers drive them to lives behind
closed curtains by denying them
sympathy,society and helping hands.
The demoralization theyare working
in towns and cities should arouse
us to a saner way—the Christ way
— of winning them back to a right
path.— Oakdale (Cal.) Oraphio.
A S p r a in e d
A n k le
As usually treated a sprained an
kle will disable the injured person
for a month or more, but by apply
ing Chamberlain’s Liniment and ob
serving the directions with each
bottle faithfully, a cure may, in
most cases, be effected in lees than
one week's time. This liniment ia
is a most remarkable preparation;
try it for a sprain or a bruise, or
when laid up with chronic or mus
cular rheumatism, and you are cer
tain to be delighted with the prompt
relief which it affords. E oroaleby
R. S. Knowlton.
Pacific Monthly’ s Special
The Pacific Monthly, of Portland.
Oregon, is a beautifully illustrated,
monthly magazine which gives very
full information about the resources
and opportunities of the country ly
ing West of the Rockies. It tells
all about the Government Reclama
tion Projocts, free Government land
and tells about the district adapted
in fruit raising, daitying. poultry
raising, etc. It has splendid stories
by Jack Londos and other noted
The price is $1.50 a year, but to
ntroduce it we will send six months
for fifty cents. This offer must be
accepted on or before the February
1, 1911. Send your name aud ad
dress accompanied by fifty cents in
stamps ard learn all about Oregon,
Washington, Idaho, and California
Address, The Pacific Monthly,
Quick A Curry make the galvan
ized screen door; standard sizes on
hand; spetial sizes made in short
order. Also handy, adjustabla win
dow screens, ironing boards, sleeva
boards, bread boards, drain boards
and meat safes.
For a nice fresh Salmon, right
The best plaster. A piece of flan
from the river, call at the Ferry.
They are to be had each morning. nel dampened with Chamberlain's
Liniment and bound over the affect
E d. M c a d a m s .
ed parts is superior to a plaster and
costs only oue-tenth as much. For
Apples For Sale
sale by all dealers.
Anyone may pick hia winter ap
Neckwesrl Neckwear!! Neckwear!!!
ples in the orchard of C. A. Pendle all the latest, just selected from one
ton, at Fat Elk after Oct. 12, at 25c of the largest wholesale bouses in
San Francisco: You cant help but
be suited. Robinson's Store.
Lamc back is one o f the most com
W a n t e d — A party to
mon forms of muscular rheumatism
A few applications o f Chamberlain's government timber claim. Four
Liniment will give relief. For sale million feet. Location fee $250
B. Folsom, Coquille . 1
by all dealers.
“ A o E N T W a n t e d . — For the Pheo-
You will always find what you
are looking for in gentlemen's up- nix Mutual Fire Insurance Comp
to-date clothing st Robinson's Store. any o f Oregon.
New fall waists have arrived, i Try Slagle for dry cleaning.
Call and eoo them. Robinson's j 1 Work guaranteed.
New band bags, the kind they all
want at Robinson’s.
New Hoaery You will find the
Silk hoods for the babies, Robin-
best bosxry in town at Lyons A
We take pleasure in announcing to you that we have received our stock of
Flour, Feed, Fancy and Staple Groceries
and are now located in the First National Bank Building and will be pleased
to meet you and quote prices.
U. 8. Land Office at Hone burn, Oregon.
B y J . W . L eneve , Coquiu-E, O b .
City lots, for residence.
Lot 100x465 feet, with fair house.
Five lots for $500. See J. W.
House and lot— a good buy a
5 acres of land close to town at
very reasonable price.
40 acres timberland close to tbe
Coquille river for $700.
40 acres of timber lam! close to a
driving st. 11111 . Price $800.
22 acres, with several acres bottom
land, nice house. Just outside the
city limits of Coquille. Price $4500.
10 acres, all bottom, in cultivation,
on Coqnille river, J mile from Co
quille. House aud barn.— $ 2500 .
20 acres, mostly bottom land,
close to Coquille, all.improved, with
nice house and small barn, also
young orchard. Price $3800.
115 acre farm, 4 miles from Co
quille, on county road.
barn and other outbuildings, good
orchard. Price $ 6250 . 00 . $ 2000.00
cash, balance on easy terms.
General merchandise business
with large trade—no opposition.
One of the best opportunities in
southern Oregon for anyone want
ing to go into the mercantile busi
80 aere farm, all bottom land.
60 acres in cultivation, good bouse
end large dairy barn, good orchard,
about 20 good dairy cows.
reasonable with terms on part of
80 acre dairy farm, located on
the Coquille river, 50 acres in culti
vation, 2 houses, 2 ba-na, silo, 15
good cows, good orchard. Price is
right with liberal terms of part of
tho purchase price.
450 acre stock ranch, with good
house and barn. About 30 acres in
cultivation, balance seened to pea
Docated on county road
wher there is a daily mail.
$6 per acre.
160 acres of land, about 15 acres
bottom, balance bill. 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.
3 acres almost wi'hin tbe business
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— | ce
dar, quarter mile from river. Per
acre $ 20 .
160 acre ranch within 4 miles of
Coquille on county road.
An elegant home with 14 acris
partly bottom land, just outside the
city limits of Coquille. Nice 10 room
house, nice barn, young orchard,
nice spring water to house. A rare
bargain only $3500.00. Terms.
E X P E R IE N C E
F o r Sale
Nine year old mare weigh about
one thousand fifty pounds, ami a
brand new buggy and single har
ness. Either or all at a bargain. For
further particulars see or writ
A. R. Bennett. Grsye lford Oregone
A NN O U N C E ME N T .
Claimant names as witnesses:
Frank Miller, 8r., of Arago, Oregon.
J. H. Radabaugh, of Arago, Oregon.
J. W. Meadows, of Arago, Oregon,
C. T . Rot}ison, of Arago, Oregon,
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Estimates gladly furnished.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed, executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of David Matters, deceased,
Call on or address st Coquille
lias filed in the County Court of the
f r O O O « ' CfrO-CM » 4
State of Oregon for Coos County her
final account as such executrix, and the
aaid Court has appointed Thursday the
A, W . Varney
H. L. Varney
6th day af October, 1910, at tho hour of
ten o'clock in tbe forenoon of said day,
at the County Court Room in the Court
House in the City of Coquille, in the
County of Coos and State of Oregon, as
the time and place for the hearing of
objections to such final account and the
Dated this 7th day of September,
Executrix of the Last W ill and Test
ament of David Mathers, Deceased.
J. J. Stanley, Attorney for Executrix
The “ 1892" Pure Spun Aluminum Ware is rapidly
coming into use for cooking purposes. It is taking
the place o f agate and enamel ware because while its
first cost is a trifle more than ordinary ware, it ia
really much cheaper in the long run, as it ia guaran
teed for twenty-five years and will last practically
a life time.
The genuine "1892’ ’ Ware, made only from pure
SPUN (not cast) Aluminum, will not crack, scale, peel,
break, 6Corch or bum.
It looks like silver but weighs only about one-
quarter as much, is easily cleaned and handled, and
will not rusti corrode or tarnish. Absolutely pure,
non-poisonous and wholesome ; saves money, time and
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Aline ware stamped with the Malte««
Ç fo il.
Does a qeneral Housemouing
Foundation repair business
Sheriff’ s S ale o l Real P roperty.
At your dealers.
C. M. SKEELS & SON
WM. FRANZENBACH. Sculptor
Notice is hereby given, That by vir-
ture of an execution duly issued out of
Contractor in Marble, Granite,
the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Coos and to me direct
Stone, Concrete and Tile
ed on the 1st day of October, 1910, upon
a judgment and decree duly rendered, Vaults, Monuments, Headstones, Tab
entered of record and docketed in and
lets, Iron Fences and all kinds of
by eaid Court on the 10th day May A . D.
Cemetery and Building Work.
1610, in a certain suit then in said
Court pending, wherein A . F. Stevens
Carving and Lettering a Specialty
was plaintiff and C. R. Keek was de
fendant in favor of plantiff and against
eaid defendant by which execution 1 am
commanded to sell the property in said
execution and hereinafter described to
COQUILLE RIVER LINE
thereon at the rate of seven
cent per annum from the 10th day of
May, 1910, until paid together with the
costs and expenses of said execution. I
will on Saturday the 12th day of Nov
ember, 1910, at the hour of ten o’clock
SAILING E V E R Y EIGHT DAYS
a. m. of aaid day at the front door ot
the County Court House in the city of
Coquille, Coos County, Oregon, sell at
.Low Ratesand Excellent Accom
public auction to the higtieet bidder for
modations. Our Interests are
caeh in hand on the day of sale, all the
right, title, interest and estate which
eaid defendant C. B. Zeek and all per
sona claiming under him subsequent to
the 10th day of May A. D. 1910, in, of
San Francisco and Bandon
and lo said property, said premises
hereinbeiore mentioned are described
in said execution as follows, to-wit:
East one half of the North-east quart
er of the North-west quarter of Section
4, Township 28 South of Range 14 West
of Willamette Meridian and lots 1 and
2 and North-east quarter of the North
west quarter, the South-west quarter
of the South-west quarter of the North
east quarter, the West one half of the
North-west quarter of the South-east
quarter, the North-west quarter of the
South-west quarter of the South-east
quarter, and the East one haif of the
South-east quarter of the South-west
qaurter of Section 33, Township 27
South of Range 14 west of the Willam
ette Meridian in Coos County, Oregon.
Said sale being made subject to re
demption in the manner provided by
Dated this 3rd day of October, 1910.
W . W . G age
Sheriff C o m
By C. A. Gage Deputy
A. F. FS7ABR00K CO.
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and a cash payment of $2.50
on delivery of machine. One
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$10.00 in caeh trade. One 10-
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September 14, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that William
Everment Cleghorn, of Coquille, Oregon,
who, on June 4, 1909, made homestead
application No. 05177, for S. E. '4 S. W .
8ection 27, Township 28 8., Range
13, W . W il. Mer., has filed notice of hie
intention to mske final Commutation
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before James Watson,
Clerk Circuit Court, Coos County, Ore
gon, at Coquille, Oregon, on the 25lh
day of October, 1910.
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