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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1910)
BUSHED EVEKY WEDNE8DA?.
P R O P R IE T O R
H lo tcd t o it ie material and social np
oil 1 iff o f the Ooqaille Valley particularly
and o f Ooos Ooautv generally.
Suo'isoription, p ervea r.io advanoe. ljoO
C ou n ty O fficial P aper.
Phone, Main 354.
S neak Thief ib Captnred.
J. Reed, a young stranger who
claims to be a cook, was arrested by
Marshal Carter last evening and on
him were tound several articles sto
len by a sneak thief from Dorsey
night. He is now confined in the
Reed’ s arrest was due to his al
leged pilfering o f rooms of work
men in the Gow Wny building.
He was seen rummaging around
the rooms and was “ fired out” by
some cf the other lodgers there.
They didn’t think he had secured
Later, however, one
of them missed a bank book and
Gow Why put Marshal Carter on
A fairly good descrip
tion was obtained and last evening
he was found hanging around one
of the saloons on North Front
In his shoe were found emblems
of the Elk and Masonic orders
which were taken from the Kreit-
Later today, the suspect said his
name was Joseph Kelle y stead of
Reed and said his home was in
Pennsylvania. He claims he is in
nocent of the alleged crime and al
leges he secured the emblems in
Washington sometime ago.
came to Coos Bay about ten days
ago from Roseburg.— Coos Bay
The alleged decrease in the high
cost of living at least furnishes
plenty of food for thought.
However, it is entirely probable
the high cost of Hying isn't one of
these things that can’t come back.
The C u ctu s as a F o o d Plant.
Did you ever suffer the pangs of
thirst? Did the seductive High
Ball, the yolnptuous Stein or all
sufficient tin cup ever become an
impossibility in your scheme of
It you were dying of
thirst and your canteen was empty
and there were no thirst emporium
bandy, do you suppose that you
could eat a cactus?
We doubt that you could be
cause of the millions o f thorns that
grow upon thorn.
Did you ever
hear that the greatest liviug autho
rity on Horticulture, Luther Bur
bank of Santa Rosa, California, a
perfect wizard in the plant kingdom
had propagated a cactus without
Now this statement is not another
of the wonderful that originate
from that most wonderful State of
California: It is simply an actual
fact dressed up in suggestive lan
guage. If any of our dear readers
come from the land o f doubt and
corn juice (Missouri,), all that we
can say is that we are willing to
prove the statement by showing you
the wonderful exhibit that will be
in the Northern California Citrus
Fair at Sacramento during the
Convention of the Western Fruit
Jobbers, Februaiy 15 th.
A G ood P osition
Congressional philanthropists are
the possibility of
handling the rules in such a way as
to prevent risk of the next speaker
being called a czar.
Go to the big
New Year’s eve, at the Heazlet.
For Rent. New cottage in east
ern part of town. Inquire at this
Every family has noed of a good
reliable liniment. For sprains,
soreness of the muscles snd rheu
matic pains there is none better
than Chamberlain's. S >ld by all
For Sale,— T hree extra good
work horses, 6 heiler calves, i disk
harrow 6 ft, ro tons stock beets, 2
tons beardless seed barley.
must be sold soon.
Sweet Bros., Larnpa, Dreg.
Fora nice fresh Salmon, right
from the river, call at the Ferry.
They are to be had each morning.
Ed. M cadams .
“ I had been troubled with con
stipation for two years and tried all
of the best physicians in Bristol,
Tenn , and they could do nothing
forme,” writesTboae.K. Williams,
Middlebore. Ky. “ Two packages
of Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver
Trblets cured me.’’ For sale by all
We are overstocked on toys, having
purchased over thirty cases. To clean
up we offer our full stock at almost
The prices will talk louder than our ads.
Prentiss & Co.
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F or Sale.
A country store with postoffice
in connection. A good new build
ing 24x 30 feet, good business and
acre tract of land. Inquire at the
H e r a l d office.
in building formerly occupied
by Barker & Co.
B r a n c h S to re s in M a rs h fie ld , C o q u ille , N orth B e n d
;£ Z S Z S 2 S Z S S 2 S ^ ^
W o o d -W o o d -W o o d .
W . A. W ood ,
J. W. LEXEVE,
Sails from Ainsworth Dock, Port la "d,
at 8 P. M., euerg Tuesday. Sails from
Coos Bag every Saturday at service of
tide. Reservations will not be held
later than Friday noon, unless tickets
PAUL L. STERLING, Agent
Phone Main 181
a first c la s s 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 . OERDING
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES
MOULDING, CEMENT BRICKS
AND BLOCKS, SAND AM D
H A R R IN G T O N & R O B E R T S , P rops.
Formerly of the' Skookum Restaurant
Until you sea us.
C O Q U IL L E ,
We can save you money
O R E G O N gj
Ostrander & Gee
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
Estimates furnished. Job work of all kinds done with
neatness and dispatch.
C a ll a n d S e e
H e a r th e M u sic.
Attorney for the plaintiff.
Rock Creek Hotel « ïb
FREE w 0 » *25.0-1 «-«»» i »n
• n l
H A N G ERS
E liz a b e w '
Coquille River an i
Fra n cisco .
Electric Light*. Everything in First
cash pH vm c t < » f $2 TO
' >n flt h vu n «fi m t lun*
New 12-room house, with
bath, will soon be completed
Travelers between Roseburg
and Myrtle Point shown
every courtesy. The best of j
STATE OF OREGON, you are hereby
required to appear and answer the com
plaint of plaintiff tiled against you in
the above entitled Court and cause
within six weeks from
of the first
summons, tow it: within six weeks
from the 14th day of December, 1910,
that being the time prescribed in the VV. W. W IL L IA M S , P r o p .
order for publication of this summons;
and if you fail so to appear or answer
the said complaint on or before the 25th
day of January. 1911, said day being
the date of the last publicatien of this
summons, for want thereof the plaintiff
will take judgment «gainst you and will
apply to the Court for the relief ue- ■
the only up-to-date
manded in said complaint, a succinct
statement of which is as follows:
For a decree of this Court that the ti
tle of plaintiff in and to lots 16, 17 and
in Coquille. Give us a call
18 in b*ock 27 in Portland addition to
the town of Randon, in the County of
and we will make good.
Coos and State of Oregon, according to
the plat of said addition on 61e and of
record in the office o! County Clerk of
said Coos County, be quieted as against
the al>ove named defendant; that said
defendant lw required to set up the na WM. FRANZENBACH. Sculptor
ture and character of his adverse claim
Contractor in Marble, Granite,
of interest or estate to said real estate ;
that said claim of interest or estate of
Stone, Concrete and Tile
said defendant therein he declared null
and void ami that the defendant he for
Vaults, Monuments, Head'ton»*, Tab
ever enjoined and restrained from set-
lets, Iron Fences am) all kinds of
tion up any claim of right, title, inter
est or estate in or to the above described
Cemetery and building Work.
real estate or any portion thereof; that
plaintiff have judgment against the de Carving and Lettering a Specialty
fendant for his costs and disbursements
in this suit; that plaintiff have such
other and further relief in the premises
as to the Court shall seem meet and
Capt. Olsen. Maate
Service of the summons in this suit is j
made by publication thereof in the Co-1
Wil! make regular trips hetweeu
quille H e r a l d by order of the Hon.
John S. Coke, Judge of the above entitl
ed Court, duly made and entered on the
7th «lay of December, 1910.
Ifo Stop-over at Way Porta.
When your feet are wet and cold,
anil your body chilled through from
exposure, take a big dose of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy, bathe
your feet in hot water before going
to bed, and you are almost certain
8 t a x i . i t ,
to ward off a severe cold. For sale
Attorney for Plaintiff.
by all dealers.
r .O . Addreat, Coquille, Oregon.
10 acre tract all cleared, suitable $3500.00.
600 acri s stock raoeb. 400 acres
for orchard aud Dice home located
about one mile from Coquille. in grass; house and barn; plenty of
water; 250 head of sheep to go with
Located on couuty road
7 ceres. About 4 acres of bot
tom laud all iD cultivation. House, where the mail passes each day.
Located about J mile from Telephone to the place.
business part of Coquille.
160 acres timber land, estimated
cruise 8 million feet of fir aud ce
30 acres, with bouse and b rt>.
llar. Price $4500.00
7 cows go with the place. Loca
House and lot, a good buy for
ted near county road aud river
2 lots and a nice new bungalow,
80 acre farm.
Nice bouse and
just finished for $1600 00.
Located 011 county
320 acre dairy farm, mostly all
road. Price $6500.00.
bottom land, with house, dairy
10 acres with new bouse and
barn and creamery for the farm.
about ono hundred nice vouug treat
Located near the Coquille Itivcr on
trees, two years old.
county road. Price per acre $75.00
near Coquille. Price $1600.00
160 acres. 40 or more acres bot-
We have all kinds of property,
tom land. 20 seres in cultivation.
city, small acreage and large farms.
80 aoies in pasture. Good or
chard. Good house nndtwobaros. Also limber lands.
15 or 20 tons grain hay. Price
P A C I F I C R E A L E S T A T E GO.,
Lay in your winters supply, while NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
you can. Alder— the best on the In the County Court of the State of Or
egon, in and for Coos County.
market. $2.00 a tier delivered.
In the matter of the Estate)
fore the 1st day of February, 1911, the
same neing the last day of the time
prescribed in the order for publication,
judgment will be taken against you for
want thereof, and the plaintiff will ap
ply fo the Court for the relief demanded
in his complaint, which is substantially
as follows; 1. For the dissolution of
the marriage contract between said
plaintiff and said defendant. 2. For
such other and further relief as to the
Court may seem just and reasonable,
Service of this Summons is made by
publication pursuant to an Order made
by the Hon. John 8 . Coke, Circuit
Judge of the 2nd Judicial District for
Oregon bearing date of December 17th,
1910, directing publication to be made
in tbe Coquille Herald for six successive
weeks (seven issues) commencing with
tbe(is8ue of Decembe r 21st, 1910. and
ending with the issue of January 25th,
THE B A X T E R
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH E
It was a close squeak for con
trol of the United States Senate STATE OF OREGON FOR COOS
One more trial and the agents of COUNTY.
F. I>. HULBURT,
the trusts may bo driven forth.
y Suit in Equity
The expense accounts ■ f several .1 MIN A. KIN NEK, | C»*e No. .1014.
co ..griseioi.nl candiditis make the
To John A. K nne>\ the above name«!
salaries paid by the govt rumen'
<l< fendant: IN THE NAMK OF T il E
srim comparatively insignificant.
It was very foolish of those Phil
adelphia girls to try shoplifting
•‘just because they wanted to be
stylish.” They should have tried
Webfoot flour at Lyons & Jones
$1.65 per sack. Try one sack and
you will want another.
P L Y IN G B E T W E E N
New Hosery— You will find the
qest hosery in towD at Lyons k
Can be had by ambitious young Jones’.
men and ladies in the field o f ‘‘Wire
IN TH E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SAILING EV E R Y EIGHT DAYS
less’ ’ or railway telegraphy. Since
STATE OF OREGON, IN AND FOR
the 8-hour law became effective, THE COUNTY OF COOS;
and since the Wireless companies
Low Rates and Excellent Accom
F. E. Dtinklee, plaintiff,
modations. Our Interests are
are establishing stations through
out the countty there is a great May Dunkiee, defendant t.)
To May Dunkiee, defendant above
shortage o f telegraphers. Positions
A. F. ES1ABR00K CO.
pay beginners from $70 to $90 per
IN TH E NAME OF THE STATE OF
month, with good chance of ad OREG O N ;
San Francisco and Bandon
The National Tele
You are hereby required to appear
graph Institute of Portland, Ore., and answer the complaint filed against
operates six official institutes in you in the above entitled suit within
six weeks from the date of the first
America, under supervision of R. R. publication of this summons, to-wit;
and Wireless Officials and places al within six weeks from the 21st day of
graduates into positions.
It wil December, 1010, the same beiDg the
New management, new service and a new system. It is
pay you to write them for full de date of the first publication of this sum
mons, and if you fail to appear and an
the hope o f the present managers to make o f the B A X T E R
swer in the above entitled suit on or be
SU M M O N S.
We hope there is nothing signi
ficant in the fact that it is from the
“ dry” districts that the loudest ap
peals for parcels post system are
Robinson’s Store is closing out
some shoes at bargains.
Alfred N. Ogle, Deceased.)
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed Administrator of the Estate of
Alfred N. Ogle, deceased, has filed in
the County Court of Coos County. Ore
gon, his final account as sucli Adminis
trator of said Estate, and that Wednes
day, the 11thday of January, A. D. 1911,
at the hour of 10 o ’clock a. m. of Baid
day, has beeu fixed by the Judge of the
above entitled Court, as the time for
hearing objections of said final account,
and the settlement thereof.
J on s T. L ong ,
Administrator of the Estate of Al
fred N. Ogle, deceased.
Iowa, always ready for a hot
It may be a relief to King Man
time, sends a man named Pepper to
uel’s mind to note that no one in
Portugal appears to miss him very
Lyons A Jones have the pure
pineapple juice at 25 cents per Dot
What’s the matter with Cannon, tle. A nice cool drink-
he’s so silent? asks a contemporary.
The quicker a cold is gotten rid
Throat choked with cuss words, of the less the danger from pneu
monia and other Berious diseases.
Mr. B. W. L. Hall, of Waverly, Va.,
The election is over now and a says “ I firmly believe Chamberlain’s
man is not necessarily a liar just Cough Remedy to be absolutely the
because he happens to differ from best perparatiou on the market for
colds. I have recommended it to
you in his political opinions.
my friends and they all agiee with
We entertain a good deal of me,’’ For sale by all dealers,
doubt whether New England in
vented pumpkin pie. It is two dif
ferent from wooden nutmegs.
If all Iho lecturers who lack
positivo proofs were dealt with as
B everly as Dr.
Cook was there
would be more vacant platforms.
Attend the big mask ball, at the r S Z S Z S Z S Z S Z ^ Z ^
lluazlet, New Year’s eve.
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KHEK w th
$10.00 i» CA»-b trade.
uicb record FREE with $5 00
n cftnh trnd« pvor y
Remember t b c* Andin«» record
tits all kind« <>f dixe Klkm«r
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The “ 1892'' Pure Spun Aluminum Ware is rapidly
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