Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, December 21, 1910, Image 4

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    Coquille Herald-
PUBLISHED KVEBY WEDNESDAY.
D. F . D E A N ,
P R O P R IE T O R
Devoted to the material and social up
uii lias: of the Ooqaille Valley particularly
and of Coos County generally.
Saubsortption, peryear.in advanoc, 1.50
C o u n tv O fficial Paper.
Phone, Main 354.
Chas. B. Selby, one of the attot-
njys for creditors in the Kinney
Rapid Transit bankruptcy cases to­
day received notice that on their ap­
plication filed some time ago iu the
Federal Court at Portland, the
court has granted a temporary re­
straining order in the Rapid Tran­
sit bankruptcy proceeding restrain­
ing J. N. Shahan. F. B. Waite, L.
D. Kinney, and Belt Line Railway
Company from further proceeding
in the circuit court of Coos county
in the mortgage foreclosure suits
therein pending in the case o f J.
N. Shahan vs L. D. Kinney, et ale,
for foreclosure of $20,000 mortgage;
the case o f F. B. Wait vs L. D. Kin­
ney et als., for foreclosure of $ 16,
324 75 and the case of F. B. Waite
vs L. D. Kinney for the foreclosure
of a mortgage o f $3,755 91 and the
case of F. B. Waite vs L- D. Kinney
for foreclosure of mortgage of $75,
764.58 and the case o f F. B. Waite
vs L. D. Kinney et als lor fore­
closure of mortgage in case of
F. B. Waite vsL, D. Kinney, et als,
in the amount of $29,560.
These restraining orders will
hold the foreclosure proceedings in
abeyance pending the determina­
tion of the rights o f the various
and innumerable creditors of the
Rapid Transit Company and place
those cases in such condition as
that the interests that the Rapid
Transit Company may have in the
property will be protected to the
many creditors as well as hold the
cases open for any proper proceed­
ing therein by the trustee in bank­
ruptcy.— Coos Bay Times.
For Sale.
A country store with postoflice
iu connection. A good new build­
ing 2- 4x30 feet, good business and
Homer Endicott, aged 8 years,
acre tract of land. Inquire at the
died at Mercy Hospital at 2 o ’clock H erald office.
this morning, December 12, o f the
bullet wound inflected accidently
W o o d -W o o d W o o d
by bis brother, Herbert, at the
Lay in your winters supply, while
family home in North Roseburg
last Friday noon
The bullet, you can. Alder —the best on the
from a 22-calibre pistol, entered j market. $2.00 a tier delivered.
Phone 353.
the boy's stomach and lodged near
B o llo t W o u n d Ends the Life of
H om er E n d icott.
the spine, after piercing the intes­
New Hoaery— You will find thf
tines iD several places. When the qrst bosery in town at Lyons A
accident occured, tbe older boy Jones’ .
was snapping match heads in tbe
pistol, which be did not know was
loaded, and bis brother was stand­
ing directly in front of the weapon.
Rock Creek Hotel
Tbe dead boy was a son of Jo­
seph Endicott, n cement worker.
Besides his father, he leaves four
brothers and two sisters, Fred and
Chester Endicott, living at tbe
former family home at Myrtle
Point, and Herbert, Lester and
Misses Mildred and Edna Endicott
of this city.
The funeral will be held from the
chapel of the Roseburg Undertak­
ing Parlors tomorrow morning at
10 o ’clack, with services conducted
by Rev. J. N. McConnell, of the
Christian church. Interment will
follow in the O ld Fellows ceme­
tery.— Review.
R obinson’s Store
is closing
out
som e shoes at bargains.
Webfoot flour at Lyons A Jones
$1.65 per sack. Try one sack and
yr u will want another.
Fresh Fish.
New 12-room house, with
bath, will soon be completed
Travelers between Roseburg
and Myrtle Point shown
every courtesy. The best of
Cruisine.
W. W. W IL L IA M S ,
P r o p .,'
STEVENS
The S T E V E N S N o. 3 3 5
D o u b te D a rr el H a m m erless
S h o tg u n — is strongest where
other guns are weakest. The bar­
rels and lugs are drop-forged in
one piece—of high pressure steel,
choke bored for nitro powder—
with matted rib. **»*+*-!+
Pick up this *run and feel the balance
o f it — examine the w orking parts
clo se ly and see the fine care and finish
o f detail—you w ill say it ’s a w inner.
It lists at on ly 9 2 0 . 0 0 and w ill be
expressed prepaid direct from the
factory in case you can n ot secure %
it through a dealer._
Send for new Art Catalog
a n d " Haw to Shoot
► W e ll"
Fora nice fresh Salmon, right
from the river, call at tbe Ferry.
They are to be had each morning.
c i . STEVENS ARMS
TOOL COMPANY
P.O.BozBOOS
E d. MCADAMS.
“ I had been troubled witli con­
stipation for two years and tried all
of the best physicians in Bristol,
L’enn , nnd they could do nothing
forme,” writes Those. E. Williams,
Middlebore. Ky. “ Two packages
of Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver
Trblets cured me.’’ For sale by all
A convention of the Oregon
dealers.
Good ltoads Association was held
Secretary Wilson of the Depart­
in Portland last Monday for the
purpose of giving some considera­ ment of Agriculture says that the
the only up-to-date
tion to matters of legislation and unbounded prosperity of the agri­
PAPER HANGERS
other movements connected with culture is not due to chance, but is
the good roads promotion work in the result o f intelligent, scientific in Coquille.
Give us a call
the state.
The Pacific Home­ business methods. A reader of The
and we will make good.
stead says; This movement must Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer
be carried forward in a practical has placed before him each week
way, and it will be necessary to the practical and approved methods
have some sensible legislation to to which Secretary Wilson refers
make the constitutional amend­ It is a good investment. Only m . FRANZENBACH. Sculptor
ment effective and enable the peo- $ 2.25 for The Weekly Inter Ocean
Contractor in Marble, Granite,
of a county to take advantage of and Farmer and this paper one
the privilege granted by the amend­ year.
Stone, Concrete and Tile
ment. The chairman of the execu­
Vaults, Monument«, Headstones, Tab­
SU M M ON S.
tive committee says, in a letter sent
out to certain persons whom he is
lets, Iron Fences and all kinds of
IN T H E CIRCU IT COURT OF TH E
seeking to attend as deelgates, “ In STATE OF OREGON FOR COOS
Cemetery and Building' Work.
attention there should bo legisla­ COU NTY.
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.irving
an I Bettering a Sp-cialty
tion providing f»r somo form of
Plaintiff, |
Beaver SChadwicH
s*a'- nid
aid
si, «ill
Just « h it
form of such
be adopted will be one
vs.
.1 >HN A. KINNKH,
^ Suit in Equity
| Cine No. :iOI4.
BANDON
D O R
AND
10 acre tract all cleared, suitable $3500 00.
600 acres stock ranch. 400 acres
for orchard and nice home located
about one mile from Coquille. in grass; bouse mi l barn; plenty of
water; 250 bead of sheep to go with
Price $1000.00.
Located on county road
7 i cres. About 4 aerea of bot­ place.
where
tbe
mail passes each day.
tom land all iu cultivation. House,
Price
etc Located about J mile from Telephone to lbs place.
Holiday Goods
___ C H E A P
Price $ 60 0 0 00.
160 acres timber land, estimated
cruise 8 million feet of fir and ce-
30 acres, with bouse and h ru.
dur. Price $4500 00.
7 cows go with the place. Loca­
House and lot, a good buy for
ted near county road and river
$400 00.
Price *3000.00
2 lots aud a nice new bungalow,
80 acre farm.
Nice house and
just finished for *1600 00.
good barn.
Located on county
320 acre dairy farm, mostly nil
road. Price $(>500.00.
bottom land, with house, dairy
10 acres with new bouse and
barn anil creamery for tbe farm.
about one hundred nice young fruit
Located near the Coquille River on
trees, two years old.
Located
county road. Price per acre $75.00
near Coquille. Price $1600.00
Terms.
160 acres. 40 or more acres bot.
We bays all kinds of property,
tom laud. 20 acres iu cultivation.
city, small acreage and large farina.
80 acies in pasture. Good or­
Correspon­
chard. Good bouse nnd two bams. Also limber lands.
15 or 20 tons grain hay. Price dence solicited.
businees part of Coquille.
$1800 00. Terms.
We are overstocked on toys, having
purchased over thirty cases. To clean
up we offer our full stock at almost
wholesale cost.
The prices will talk louder than our ads.
Prentiss & Co.
in building formerly occupied
by Barker & Co.
Branch Store* in Marshfield, Coquille, North Bend
P A C IF IC
NOTICE OF FINAL S ETTLE M E N T.)
In the County Court of the State of O r -;
egon, in and for Core County.
COQUILLE
In the matter of the Estate)
of
Alfred N. Ogle, Deceased.)
Notice is hereby given that the under- )
signed Administrator of the Estate of
Alfred N. Ogle, deceased, lias filed in
the County Court of Coos County. Ore­
gon, his final account as such Adminis­
trator of 8;vid Estate, and tiiat Wednes­
day, the 11th day of January, A. I). 1911,
at the hour of 10 o’clock a. m. of said
day, has beeu fixed by the Judge of the
above entitled Court, as the time for
hearing objections of said final account, j
and the settlement thereof.
J ohn T. L ong ,
j
Administrator of the Estate of Al- j
fred N. Ogle, deceased.
STMR.
PLYIN G
RIVER
LINE
W
V arn ey
B ro s.
Does a penerai Housemoving
repair business
Str . E l i za be* i:
C o q u ille R iv e r an-J '“ an
F r a n c is c o .
,
I>
Low Ratos ami Excellent Accom­
modations. Our Interests arc
your Interests.
A. F. FS1ABR00K CO.
Agents
San Francisco and
€3
a
1 O - O O 1*
Sails from Ainsworth Dock, Portland,
at 8 P. M., euerg Tuesday. Sails from
Coos Bag euery Saturday at service of
tide. Reservations will not be held
later than Friday noon, unless tickets
are purchased.
PAUL L. STERLING. Agent
Phone Main 181
Passenger-, Freight
Bandoti
THE BAXTER HOTEL
New management, new service and a new system. It is
the hope of the present managers to make o f the B A X T E R
a first class hotel in every sense of the word. Your patron­
age is solicited and, if given, your wants will be cared for in
the most satisfactory manner possible.
J. h . OERDIING
M ANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES
MOULDING, CEMENT BRICKS
AN D BLOCKS, SAND AND
GRRVEL ........................................
C O Q U II a L F ,
-
-
OREGON
H A R R IN G T O N & R O B E R T S , P r o p s .
Formerly of the Skookum Restaurant
D O N ’T
Until you see us.
B U IL D
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We can save you money
Ostrander & Gee
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
Coquille,
-
Oregon
Call and See
Estimates furnished. Job work o f all kinds done with
neatness and dispatch.
Us
and
Hear the Music.
Aretino
T**!ki*»p
.Ylarfiir **
KitKK a til $25 00 !•».-»! •rn.tr
n ' a cash |»HVi»iff t nf *2 fll
• n «1 h vt r\ >tf fii
in i
eh
f « C o - <1
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v\ t ¡i
$10.00 iii OHi-h trade*
On«- In
y inch record FRKE wi«h $5 00
. n cash trade every SatupL.v
€bucatton
Estimates gladly furnished. ,B
CO.,
» T T n c u o r
STEAMER BREAKWATER
SAN FRANCISCO
SAILING E V E R Y EIGHT DAYS
T l. m i * th .id I also
Builder and
Contractor....
n n i v e
as-Srsefcg-ir-»
BANDON AN1)
OKEHON.
W. H, BOYLE ~
ESTATE
FIFIELD
I left lU lllh t. J
To John A. K nii«'', tin* above ti tm ii F o r th e A m b itio n s —
be • lendant: IN I HE NAME OK Tl K
ftlm b e ts ttp
1
legist .ti ll providing for th e n p - STATE l»F OREGON, you are hereby
required to appear ami answer ilie com­
pniiitmr 1 t o! a s ale highway eom-
plaint of plaintiff filed against you in
miK-i 'ti, defining lire duties of such
by mall for those who cannot attend in
the above entitled Court and muse
person. A ll instruction, including final
com m ission, etc, aud this is a mat­ ait bin six weeks
from
the
date
examinations, is JTUEK. For teachers,
students preparing for college or universi­
ter of much im portance.
Thou of the
fir-ji
pub ication
of
this
ty, women's olubs, granges, eng’ neers and
homo makers. No preliminary examina­
summons,
tow
it:
will,
in
six
weeks
thr re are tire convict labor bills
tion is required. This mail course means
from the 14th day of December, 1910,
importunity for you.
which are to be gone over and also
Send for a dcsoriptira bulletin to tha
that being the time prescribed in the
other matters o f road legislation
C o rre sp o n d e n ce S tu d y D e p a r tm e n t
order for publication of this summons;
U n iv e r s it y o f O r e g o n
that may be suggested.
On the and if you fail so to appear or answer
E ugene
-
O regon
whole this was a very important the said complaint on or before the 25th
day of January. 1911, said day being
nn e tin g .’’
tbe date of tbe last publicatien of thi*
summons, for want thereof tbe plaintiff
L ook at the New overcoata for
will take judgment against you and will
men at Robinson's.
apply to tbe Court for the relief <:e-
O o to Lyons’ A Jones’ for your tnunded in said complaint, a succinct
statement of which is as follows:
want« for Xmas dinner.
I or a decree of this Court that the ti­
For Rent. New cottage in east­ tle of plaintiff in and to lots Iff, 17 and
ern part of town. Inquire at this 18 in b'oek 27 in Portland addition to
office.
the town of Baudot), in the County of
0
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6
Every family has need of a good Coos anti State of Oregon, according t<>
Call on or address at Coquille
(9
the
plat
of
said
addition
on
file
and
of
reliable liniment. For sprains,
record
in
the
office
ot
County
Clerk
of
soreness of the muscles rind rheu­
matic pains there is none better said Coos County, be quieted as against
H. L. Vatney
than Chamberlain’s. Sold by all the above named defendant; that said A, W . Varney
defendant be required to set up the na­
dealers.
ture and character of his adverse claim
For Sale.— Three extra good of interest or estate to said real estate;
work horses, 6 heiler calves, 1 disk that said claim of interest or estate of
GENERAL
harrow 6 ft, 10 tons stock beets, 2 said defendant therein he declared null
tons beardless seed barley.
All and void and that the defendant he for­
MOU5EnOVING
ever enjoined and restrained from set-
must be sold soon.
Inquire of tion up any claim of right, title, inter­
COQUILLE, OREGON
Sweet Bros , l.ampa, Oreg.
est or estate in or to the above described
real
estate
or
any
portion
thereof;
that
Tjost — A varmit tlog from
the
plaintiff have judgment against the de­
K d en Valley section.
G ood sized
fendant for his costs and disbursements F o u n d f l t ¡011
anim al, white and blu e, right fore­ in this suit ; that plaintiff have such j
leg mid end o f tail white, and of oilier and further relief in the ¡»remises
Stan ley strain. $ 50 reward. Ad- as to the Court shall seem meet and
equitable.
dr<s» A. M. Magill, Eden Valley.
Capt, Olsen, Maste
Service of the summons in tlii« suit is
When your feet are wet and cold, made by publication thereof iu tbe Uo-
W ill mskc regular trip* between
ami your Body chilled through from i|inlle H khald by order of tbe ilon.
exposure, take a biff dose of Ohnui- John s. Coke, Judge of tbe above entitl­
berlain'a Cough Remedy, bathe ed Court, duly made and entered on the
your feet in hot water before going 7tli day of December, 1BI0.
Ifo S top-over at W a y Ports.
to bed, anil you are almost certain
J. J. StM LIT,
to ward off a severe cold. For sale
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Electiic Lights. Everything in First
by all dealer«.
Class Styls.
P .O . Address, Coquille, Oregon,
REAL
T.E M R V R
BETW EEN
of ‘ lo impiii I . 1 t matt* is 1 1 . be con
sidi-rr !.
S A L E
! HomemI k * r tin* A n tin*» re m rl
Three Vital
Reasons
“ I want to give every
person not using electric
light three vital reasons
w hy the General Electric
M azda L am p should make
them have their house, store,
office or factory wired.
First—
T he G -E
M azda
Lam p gives nearly three
times the light o i the
ordinary carbon incandes­
cent.
x nta all kind* <*f «line Uilkinjj
| machine«.
j P.
E . D ra n e
DEALER IN
F fid ies’
Fancy
I
and
G en ts'
F u rn ish in g s
a n d S t a p le G ro ce rie s, F lo u r
a tu i F eed .
Second—
It costs no more to burn.
Third—
T h e quality of light is vastly superior— a clear
white light like sun rays."
T h e G eneral Electric M azda Lam p represents the
high mark in the evolution of incandescent electric lighting.
It blends inventive triumph and manufacturing skill— and
y o u reap the benefit in the form of dollars and cents, and
freedom from eye strain when using artificial ligh t”
”1 want the chance to prove to your entire satisfaction
that this wonderful lamp is even better than represented.
C om e in today and see for yourself.
Y our call places
you under no obligation, and is apt to be decidedly to
your profit."
B e careful to see that every electric lamp you bu y b ea n
the G . EL monogram.
Coqnilk' Bivfr Electric Co.
SomediiogNewIn
Kitchen Ware
The "1 8 9 2 " Pure Spun Aluminum Ware is rapidly
coming into use for cooking purposes. It is taking
the place of agate and enam- l ware because while its
first cost is a trifle more than ordinary ware, it is
really much cheaper in the long run, as it is guaran­
teed for twenty-five years and will last practically
a life time.
The genuine 'T 8 9 2 " Ware, made only from pure
SPUN (not cast) Aluminum, will not crack, scale, peel,
break, scorch or burn.
It looks like silver but weighs only about ont-
quarter as much, is easily cleaned and handled, and
will not rust; corrode or tarnish. Absolutely pure,
ndn-poisonous and wholesome ; saves money, time and
doctor's bills.
Be* su re you g et the o rig in a l *n d gen-
tune w are i t a m H w iih th e M altese
C roM . A t f o u r dealers.
H V. M F F 'S & WV