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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1911)
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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
Entered as aecond class matter May
8, 1905. at the poet office at Coquille,
Oregon, underact of Congress of March
A F R E S H supply of G A R D E N
J. E. UPDIKE
S E E D S and ONTON S E T S at
D ev oted to t b s m a torisl and social a *
o ild in g o f tbe O oq a ills Valley psnum larly
• nd o f Ooos County generally.
SuubsortptioD, p e r y e e r .ie a d v s n e e .l.M
Phone, Main 364.
Knowlton's Drug Store
A B ake Shop T e s t
§ SWand SWunflf
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Is made of everv milling that Olympic Flour
is made of. One of the best bake shops any
where is run in connection with the mill that
makes Olympic Flour. Every bunch of flour
that goes through the mill is tested. It has
to be up to the highest standard—has to make
the best bread possible, else it doesn't go into
the Olympic sacks.
That is the reason your bakings of bread,
biscnit and pastry are always uniformly good
when you use Olympic. Your bakings can’ t
be expected to be the same always unless the
flour is. Therein lies the beauty of using
THE PORTLAND FLOUR MILLS CO.
“ I want to give every
person not using electric
light t h r e e vital reasons
w hy the General Electric
M azda Lam p should make
them have their house, store,
office or factory wired.
T h e G -E
Lam p gives nearly t h r e e
tim e s the lig h t of the
ordinary carbon incandes
It costs n o
more to bum.
T h ird—
The q u ality of light 5 vastly superior—a dear
white light like sun rays.”
“ T h e General Electric M azda L am p re present» ihe
high-mark in the evolution o f incandescent electric lighting.
It blends inventive triumph and manufacturing skill— and
y o u reap the benefit in the form of dollars and cent», and
freedom from e y e »la in when using artificial light.”
“ I want the chance to p r o v e to your entire satisfaction
that this wonderful lamp is even better than represented.
C om e in today und see for yourself. Y ou r call places
you under no obligation, and is apt to b e decidedly to
you r p ro fit"
B e careful to see that every electric lamp you b u y bears
the G . E . monogram
J. H. OERDING
MANUFACTURER AND DEADER IN
LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES
AND BLOCKS, SAND AND
Two miles and a half from Ban-
don there is a treuieuduous deposit
o f tbe best of clay for bricks.
Underneath the upper soil is a
gravel deposit continuing much
gcod paying black ssnd, with gold
mixed; then begins the clay, and i a
The registers and receivers of prospected is over forty feet deep,
the United States land offices In the and no end found yet.
states having homestead lands, in
cluding Oregon, have received the
following instructions from Fred
Dennet, commissioner of the general
land office, approved by the secre
tary of the Interior on Feb. 21, last,
extending the time for homtsleaders
to establish residence upon their
"The following instructions are
issued for your guidance in the ad
ministration of the act of congress
approved February 13, 1911, ‘ Ex
tending the time for certain home
steaders to establish residence upon
their lands,’ a copy of which Is at
"The first section of the act ap
tries in the states named made after
June 1, 1910, and in such cases the
entrymen are given until May 15,
1911, to establish residence upon
their claims. It also applies to sol
diers’ declaratory statements filed
in the states named after June 1,
1910, and such declarants are given
until May 15. 1911, to make their
their residence on the land. If any
payment is required to be made in
connection with the entry under the
declaratory statement, as In the
case of ceded Indian reservations,
the act also operates to extend the
payments until the entry is made.
"The first proviso to section 1
of the act provides that the period
of commutation or of actual resi
dence shall not be shortened. En-
tryraen who have taken advantage
of this extension
commutation proof until they have
maintained substantially continuous
residence for 14 months from the
date same was established; and In
5-year proof can not claim credit
for constructive residence for more
than six months prior to the date
actual residence was established.
"Under the second proviso of
section 1 the act will not be held
to defeat the adverse claim of one
who has prior to the approval of
this act made entry over a soldiers
declaratory statement where the six
months allowed the soldier for mak
ing entry and establishing residence
has expired prior to February 13,
1911. Nor will it be held to defeat
a contest against a homestead entry
filed after the expiration o f six
months from date of entry and pri
or to the passage of this act.
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act and after the expiiatton of the
time allowed an entryuian for es
tablishing residence on the land.
"Section 2. That homestead en
trymen or settlers upon the public
domain In the Bt&tea and territories
above named be, and the same are
hereby relieved from the necessity
of residence upon their landa from
the date of approval of this act
to May 15, 1911: Provided, that
the time of actual absence during
the period named shall not be de
ducted from the full time of resi
dence required by law."
"The second section of the act
grants a leave of absence from
Feb. 13. 1911, to May 15. 1911, to
all homestead entrymen or settlers
In the states named In the first
section of the act. Entrymen who
avail themselves of this leave of ab
sence during the time they are ab
sent under such leave, such period
of absence being simply eliminated
in cases of
either final or commutation proofs.”
The act extending the time for
certain homesteaders to establish
residence on their lands, was pass
by congress this winter and
was approved by the president on
Feb. 13. last.
It Is given in full
"B e It enacted by the senate and
house of representatives of the Uni
ted states of America In congress
assembled, that all persons who hav
heretofore filed declaratory state
ments or made homestead entries
states of North Dakota,
Montana. Colorado, Utah, Wyom
ing. Minnesota, Washington and Ore,
gon, and the territories of Arizo
na and New Mexico, where the pe
riod In which they were or are re
quired by law to make entry under
such declaratory statements or to
establish residence expired or ex
pires after December 1, 1910, are
hereby granted until May 15, 1911,
within which to make such entry
or establish such residence upon
the lands so entered by them: Pro
vided, that this extension of time
shall not shorten either the period
of commutation or actual residence
required by the homestead law:
Provided further, that this act shall
not affect an adverse claim Initi
ated prior to the passage of the
Dairying in Denmark.
The Oregon dairy interests will
do well to study that little kingdom
o f Denmark, which is ao renowned
for its dairy and egg industry.
That country has an area of only
9 . 375.403 areas, of which one third
is arable, and one third is dairy
pasture. The population is about
2 , 500 , 000 , o f whom over 50 per
cent are the cultivators and sup
pliers of the sod.
farmers, besides supplying
national food, exported to Ungland
in 1906 butter valued at $ 45 , 000 ,
000 , bacon at $ 23 , 000 , 000 , eggs at
$ 7 , 000 , 000 , making a grand totul
of $ 75 , 000 , 000 .
from the industry is solely due to
the «nited movement started by
banking, marketing, distributing
and exporting associations in 1864 .
John W. Sickelsmiih, Greens
boro, Pa., has three children, and
like most children they frequently
“ We have tried several
kinds of cough medicine,” he says,
“ but have never found any yet
that did them as much good as
For sale by all dealers
For Sale— Cedar posts 10 c a
piece aud alder wood delivered at
$ 2.25 per load.
343 ,— Home 393 .
The cafetaria dinner given by the-
ladles of the M. E. church on the
17th of March was largely patron
ized and a decided success, both
socially and financially.
There was performed on Satur
day, over on the North Fork, one
of those neighborly acta which go
far toward the promungatlon
friendly feelings, not often
with in this rather selfish world.
Thirteen of Henry Strong's neigh
bors took their teams and
implements and worked all
putting his ground in shape for
his crops. There were 10 teams.
Mr. Strong Is almost helpless from
rheumatism tills spring and did not
know how he could get the work
done. As he was confined to the
house he did not know anything
about It until the men wen*, up to
enjoy the bountiful dinner his wife
had prepared for his surprise par
Such Christian acts do more
good than lots of sermons. Some
of those present were F. E. South-
mayd, C. Withers, B. Lang, Henry
Harris, Lee Ray, Ed Harris and
several whose names we did
J. Maurer, superintendent of the
cannery building, has been having
an attack of the grip.
Grandma Lee and Mrs. Gatchall
arc quite 111 with the grip.
Mrs. Ed Rackltff Is sick
qiilnzy, but Is much better.
Mrs. Ann Dickey and Infant, son
accompanied by her father,
Giles, returns to her home
Porterville, Cal , the last of
Miss Mable Adams came up from
Riverton, where she is teaching, to
pass Saturday and Sunday
Mrs E. A. Southmayd met with
a painful accident by falling down
a flight of stairs last week, but Is
again able to get around.
Why wear a hand me down
when yon can get a suit made to
measure for the same money? Jeff
Eggs for hatching, all from
S. C. Brown L eg
horn and White Plymouth Rocks,
$1.00 per setting.
White L eg
horn, $1.50 per setting.
Runner P uck $2 00 per setting.
J. C. WltlOO-
HUMES' MAY RAISE
ISSUE STATE RIGHT
An appeal to the federal court to
prevent the regulation of fishing in
the Rogue river by the state of Ore
gon, is the threatened move of the
Hume interests, who have tailed in
their efforts to re-openj the stieam
to commercial fishing. An injunc
tion will be asked on tbe ground
that the control of the waters of a
stream are vested in the federal
government instead of in tbe state
Such at least is the information
brought hack by Ira J. Dodge
f ont Portland, who states that this
program was outlined by Ivan
Ilumasou, one c f the Hume agents.
Similar threats were made during
tbe session of the legislature by the
These contentions were then re
garded as a bluff, to force the pass
age of the bill repealing tbe initia
tive bill. Tbe master fish warden
stated that the federal courts have
repeatedly ruled that the state has
the right to regulate fishing in its
streams, and upon these are based
all of the fish laws of various states.
However, if the threat is made
good, and an injunction is secured,
the R og to River Fish Protection
Association will be on hand to fight
it to a finish.— Mail Tribune.
Do You Need
We cau save you $100 to $200. Why pay
the traveling agent’s expenses?
Call and inspect our liue.
Buy now and pay a little now and then.
PIANOS FROM FACTORY TO HOME
W . G L A IR D
Complete House Furnisher
If.vou have trouble in getting
rid ot your cold you may know
that you are not treating it prop
There ie no reasou why a
160 -acre ranch.
About 25 acres
cold should hang on for weeks and bottom land, mostly in cultivation.
it will not if you take Chamber House and barn and good orchard.
lain’s Cough Remedy. For sale by Price $2,500,00. Terms on part.
80 acre farm.
Nice house and
Located on county
Ths Coldest Known Liquid.
Liquid hydrogen is by far the
coldest liquid known at the present
160 acres. 40 or more acres bot
At ordinary atmospheric
pressure it boils at — 422 degrees F., tom land. 20 acres iu cultivation.
and reduction of the pressure by 80 acres in pasture. Good or
an air pump brings the temperature chard. Good house sed two barns.
down to — 432 degrees, at which the
liquid becomes a solid, resembling 15 or 20 tons grain hay Prioe,
frozen foam. According to Profess *3500.00.
or Dewar, to whom the credit is
320 acre dairy farm, mostly all
due of having liquefied hydrogen in bottom land, with house, dairy
1898, the liquid is a colorless, trans
parent body and is the lightest liq barn and creamery for tbe farm.
uid known to exist, its density being Located near the Coquille River on
only one-fourteenth that of water. ■ountyroad. Price per acre $73.00
The lightest liquid previously known Terms.
was liquid marsh gas, which is six
159 acre farm 132 acres rich
times heavier. The only solid which
has so small density as to float upon river bottom land.
story 7 -room
its surface is a piece o f pith wood.— cleared:
house. Large dairy barn. Other
geod outbuildings. Good orchard.
running springs with an abun
Oue horse, weight between 1200
of good water. 2 o head of
and 1300 ; 10 years old; sound and
true; works single, double or sad dairy cows.
bead of youug
dle. One 4 -year-old mare, well
broke single or double. Lady can
ride or drive ber. Two double sets chickens, ducks and turkeys One
back harness, one double set buggy hack and one buggy. Full and
harness, two single sets buggy complete outfit of farming tools.
haruess, two single breast harness, Cream separator. 100 bushels of
one fine breaking cart with com wheat and 5 O bushels of oats, for
plete breaking harness, two carts, feed or good for seed. Price if
and one fine two seated famil* sold soon, $ 110 per acre.
130 acre farm. 35 acres bottom
land cleared and mostly under tbe
Pacific Real Estate Co. plow. Hill land most all in pas
ture. 6 room bouse aod good barn.
KO R SALE
12 cows and one bull. All farming
tools. Two colts, 1 and 2 years
close to market and creamery. Price
per acre $62. Terms on $3,000.
80 acre farm. 25 acres bottom
land all in cultivation. Hill land
used for paature, but »n excellent
proposition for orchaul
room house and good barn. Or
Plenty good water. Lo
cated about one-ball mile from
steamboat lauding on Coquille river.
Price $4,500; $2,500 c ah, balance
in 3 years time.
We hav« all kind» of property,
city, small acienge auu Urge farms
Also limber lands.
30-acre farm located on Coquille
river; 20 acrea in cultivation; house
barn and other outbuildings: good
orchard. Price $3,400.00.
40 acres of bench aod hill laud,
suitable for orchard, berries and
pasture; 10 acres cleared, small or
chard; bouse and small barn and
chicken pens; located about 1 J
miles from Coquille river. Price
$ 1 , 000 .
800 acre stock ranch; 600 acres
open land in grass; two barns; good
7-room bouse; good orchard ; plenty
of water; located J mile from
county road. Price per acre, $8.00.
80-acre farm; 40 acres bottom
land mostly all in cultivation; bouse,
barn and other outbuildings; fine
orchard; seme stock with the place;
located ou county road.
PACIFIC R E A L E S T A T E CO.,
Just issued for 1911-12 is the
most complete work of the kiud J. W. LENEVE,
It contains an nccuiate
business directory of every city,
town and village in Oregon and
Washington, and tbe names and
addresses of county merchants snd
professional men, lumberman, etc,
Sails from Ainsworth Dock, Portland, at 8 p. m. every Tuesday.
who are located adjacent to villa
Coos Bay Sailinq Dates:
ges; also lists of government and
March 1 1 ...................................9.00 a. m.
county officers, commissioners ot
1 8 ......................................... 1:0 0 p . m .
deeds, state boards, statutory pro
2 5 ....................................... 8 :0 0 a. m .
visions, terms of courts, names of
Reservations will not be held later than Friday noon, unless
the postmasters, postoffices, express,
tickets are purchased.
telephone and telegraph offices,
PAUL L. STERLING, Agent
Phone Main 181
justices ol the peace, hotels, daily
and weekly newspapers; besides
such other information useful to all
classes ol business and professional
men. A descriptive sketch of each
place is given, embracing various
items of interest, such as the loca
The gasoline boat Limit is now owned
tion, population, distances to dif 1
operated by the undersigned, and
ferent points, the most convenient
a general towing and freighting
shipping stations, tbe products
business on tbe river. Can be chartered
that are marketed, stage communi
cation, trade statistics, the nearest
bank location, mineral Interests,
churches, schools, libraries and so
An important feature is ;
the classified directory,
every business arranged under its
special heading, thus enabling sub
scribers to obtain at a glance a list
For a job of first-class mending, dyiog or cleaning, or
of all the houses manufacturing or
a new suit tailored, call at the rear of the Pharmacy
dealing iu any particular liue of
goods, Tbe work generally is com
I am agent for two tailoring house» iu Chicago.
plied to meet the wants of the busi
Come and see my styles and samples.
I will savs you
ness community aud ia so thorough
money and guarantee a good fit.
as to deserve their liberal patron
age, Price $ 9 . 00 .
River Towing & Freighting
Stevens & Root, Coquille, Ore.
Tailorin , Cleanin and Repa rin
H- L P o lk & C o ..
K . H a lv e r s o n
C o q u ille , O re.