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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1911)
G U A R A N T E E D F O R L IF E
We consider ihe Hupmobile life-ion», “square-deal guaran
tee to 1)0 the strongest element of protection ever incorporated
in the manufacture of motor cars.
A demonstration »ill be given you at your convenience.
Auto Garage and storage room no» open. Second street
1. R. Nosier
New Line of Fur=
niture Just Arrived
We have just received a complete stock
of the newest things in lace curtains from
Fifty room-size Brussels, Axminster and
Wilton Velvet Rugs.
Come in and see our new line of Iron
Beds in dull Oak Finish.
We also carry the Ostermoor Mattress.
THE SPEED MANIA.
Mr. and Mrs. Gould were
In Svntation« That Com« With a Rid« In
a Racing Motor.
Marshfield April 4.
Imagine yourself In a big racing ma
Jess Ott. captain of the MUlIco-
chine plunging over a course at eighty
ma has put a telephone la
hW miles an hour. For the average man
the sensation is awful, but tbe speed
A number of the children of this j kings revel to It Down the road
vicinity have been absent
from streaks tbe car. Lashed Into a
school on account of colds and sore typhoon by the appalling speed, tbe
still air roar« In your ears. Toil think
I you will never regain your hearing
Gusste Cowan and Paul Hastings The resistance of the atmosphere ia
started to school Monday, April 3. | fearful. The slightest forward move
Clarence Gould has opened his ment is an effort. Distant object a
loom up suddenly before you and Jump
logging camp on West Coos River. by. The landscape Is a streaky line
Miss Merle Radabaugh was vlslt- of green, blotched here and there as a
| Ing Miss Viria Moody, of Coquille, house Is passed. The gale seems to
cat your face, and you feel yourself
. at North Bend, April 1 and 2.
Mrs. Joe Shafer, of Glen Junc being gradually flattened out against
the back of tbe seat. It seems that
tion, was visiting with friends in the glass in your auto goggles is on
Alleghany a few days last week.
the point of breaking. Particles of
Ethel Anderson was visiting her dust are driven back in your eyes. You
parents down towards Marshfield may become blinded. The vibration
of the engine is terrific. Mysterious
! last Sunday. She returned to A)le- indicators fluctuate alarmingly.
! gany on the boat the same day.
may mean that the engine is on the
Mabel and Mason Noah have re point of exploding. What makes the
turned home. They have been stay floor tremble so? Surely something
ing lu North Bend during the win will happen :.cw!
And then you hear explosions boom
ter, attending school.
ing from the exhausts as the drivers
Mrs. Alice Stemmermau spent the “■hut off.“ A sharp turn la ahead
day with Mrs. Ethel Robison last The noise Is deafening. The terrific
speed does not seem to have been
checked. The outline of the turn
There was prayer mee:ing at the grows more distinct. It is sheer folly
school house last Thursday even —maybe death—to rush at it at such
ing. Also Sunday school and church a pace. You dare not breathe as the
every Sunday mornlug, and church car tears into the bend. It skids and
a wall of dirt Is thrown up alongside
In the evening.
you ns the driver, with a sharp twist
Agnes Wilkinson, of Glen Junc of the wheel, sends the car once more
tion, came down to Mr. Price's back in tbe middle of tbe road. You
home Friday afternoon and went to are safe—until another turn Is encoun
town Saturday, returning on the tered.—Hampton's Magazine.
A Painful lnf«r«nca.
A teacher was instructing a class of
Report of Allegany school No. boys and had speut half an hour try
45, for the month ending April 7: ing to drive into their heads the dif
ference between man and the lower
Number enrolled, boys, 14.
animals, but apparently with little suc
Number enrolled, girls, »,
Average daily attendance 16.1.
“Tommy.’* he said coaxingly to a lit
Those neither absent nor tardy tle chap, “do you know tbe difference
were Myrl Lonzo and Rtnaldo Stem- between, say. me and a pig or any
merman, Elva and Lemuel Gray, other brute?”
“No.” replied Tommy inuocently, but
Pearl and Hazen Price, Hazel and
another teacher standing by laughed.--
Gusste Cowan, Ethel Anderson, Noel London Answers.
Noah and Paul Hastings.
Merle Radabaugh, Teacher.
T HE FORERUNNER.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Notice is hereby given that the Com
mon Council of the City of Coquille
will receive sealed bids for the improve
ment of Fpurgeon Street and the exten
sion of Spurgeon Street in sai 1 City of
Coquille in accordance with the plans,
details and specifications of the City
Engineer on file with theCitv Recorder.
Said bids will be opened ou the 10th
day of April, 1911, at a special meeting
of the Common Council. The Council
reserves the power to reject any and all
bids, and said bids may he for the w hole
or gny part of mid improvement. Im
provement to be complete I within six
weeks from the time contract is aw ak
ed; five per cent of the total contract
price of the entire improvement or
such portion thereof as the hid shall
cover, shall he deposited with the bid,
the same to be forfeited in the event the
bidder upon the awarding of the con
tract fails to enter into such contract
and give bond satisfactory to the Com
mon Council in the sum of one Imlf of
bid conditioned to insure the faithful
completion of the work in strict accord
ance with said specifications.
Dated this 8th day of March, A. D.
A. W KELLEY”
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been duly appointed execu
trix of the last will and testament of,
’V S ta lk e d aw h ile w ith th e engineer.
T h e c h a p w ho 's doin' m y e ld tim e and of the «state of John Kronenberg,
MYRTLE POINT ITEMS.
deceased, by the County Court for Coos
E x c e p t t h a t h e ru n s on a tra c k that*« County, Oregon, ami that all persons
L. M. Suplee has been seriously
ill the past week, and is under Dr. W hile I d ro v e th e O verland coach a n d having claims against said estate are
hereby notified to present same duly
Johnson's care. We hope to hear
A coach a n d s ix —a c ro s s th a t plain
verified and with the prope r vouchers
There is absolutely no necessity of your suffering the
he Is Improving soon.
* T h a t now flies p a s t in th e w indow pane.
to the undersigned at the office of A. J.
pain and discomforts accompanying blood disorders.
The banquet and entertainment This c h ap h a s a th ro ttle In hla h and.
Sherwood, Coquille, Coos County, Ore
Such annoying ailments as bolls, pimples, salt rheum,
given by the high school scholars A nd th e re ’s n ev er a ticklish tu r n te gon, within six months from the date
eczema and all skin diseases are the result of impure blood.
last Saturday evening was a decid I h e ld th e ribbons, understand.
of this notice.
nd a s h o tg u n a lw ay s re sted near.
ed success. In the afternoon one N A
Dated this 8th day of February, 1911.
Hy cleansing the Wood you free
o h e ad lig h t gleam ed on the fa in t rough
hundred and eighty tickets had been
yourself from any of these troubles
W hen I w as th e one who c a rrie d mall.
Executrix of the Estate and of the Last
We have, in Nyal'B Hot Springs Blood Remedy, a
Will and Testament of John Kronen-
As he p e rc h es high on his iron hoes.
dies around town. The proceeds
treatment that we personally recommend to thoroughly
B u t m a n y ’s th e tim e I'v e looked th e ghost
cleanse the blood and make it right In every way, enrich
c ro ss—
piano which the school purchased. T h a t a endless,
pitiless, frozen plain
it and strengthen it.
In the Circuit Court of the State
Russel Dement, who has just re T h a t w hizzes p a st th ro u g h th e w indew
You will I k * on the safe side by taking
Oregon, in and for the County of Coo §
turned from a business trip
—A rth u r C hapm aa.
Hattie Bledsoe, plaintiff, vs. O. F.
Nyal’s Hot Spring* Blood Remedy
Roseburg, reports the roads as al
Rohrer and Mary A. Rohrer, defend
if the system is weakened
ants. Suit in Equity.
N his h o n r of pain a n d sham e.
Miss Dora Williams, who has
— Strengthen it by enriching the blood and protect your
In h is prison house of flame.
ToO. F. Rohrer anil to Mary A. Rohr
been teaching near Bandon, spent
W hen rev en g e the devil so u g h t
self against the invasion of disease. You are not taking
the above named defendants:
L ittle to n g u e s of fire he w ro u g h t;
a couple of days in town on her
In the name ot ihe 8tat# of Oregon :
a “patent"— but a prescription medicine—a remedy we
T ongues to lie and tw is t a n d tu rn .
T ongues to scorch an d se a r and burn.
way to her parents’ home at Rock
Y'ou and each of you are hereby noti
can vouch for because w know the formula, know the results
T ongues to slay th e h ig h an d holy.
fied that you are required to appearand
Creek, where she will teach school
obtained, and know that it will do as represented.
T ongues to slay th e poor an d low ly;
answer the complaint filed against you
T hen to e a r th th e to n g u e s he sent,
for the present term.
llcmeinlH-r that we heartily endorse this preparation
T h e re to w ork his fell Intent,
in the above entitled suit and came
Snow on Sugar Loaf mountain
T o w hisper, h in t a n d sm irc h a n d snee«
One dollar for a large bottle.
within six weeks from ihe date of the
A nd to nil th e w orld w ith fear,
can be plainly seen, and a little
Whatever a good drug store ought to have you'll find
F o u l w ith gossip th a t c an kill
first publication of this summon?, to-
E v e rm o re to w o rk his will.
here. Come to us first and you'll get what you want.
Within six weeks from the 2nd day of
In cases of rheumatism relief March, A. D. 1911, and if you fail to
from pain makes sleep and rest appear and answer on or before the
entirely possible. This may be obtained by 13th day of April, A. D. 1911, that date
through, second time first and third applying Chamberlain’s Liniment. being the last day of the time prescribed
in the order of publication, the plain
lines; then second and fourth. Con For sale by all dealers.
tiff will take judgment and decree
tributed by Myrtle Point correspond
ayainst von and each of yon for the
rel ef denian led in tlie complaint, a
That man must lead a happy life
,Tu*t issued (or 1911 12 is the succinct statement of which is as fol
Who is directed by a wife;
most c * 1 1 1 1 ■ I* t•• win k of the kind lows :
freed from matrimonial
That mortgage held by plaintiff
It contnius sir aecutule
business directory of every city, against property mentioned in. com
Is sure to suffer for his pains
plaint, to-wit: Block numbered eight
town »ml village in Oregon r.d
A De Laval
in Sunset City, Coos County, Oregon,
W ashington, and the mimes and according to plat thereof on lile and of
Adam could find no solid peace
of roui.lv merchants *Dd record in the office of the eounty clerk
Till he beheld a human face;
professional men, iumiiei linn, etc, of rail conniy,—he foreclosed in the
When Eve was given for a mate,
who are located adjacent to villa manner provided hy law and usual
Adam was in a happy state.
no chances, as
decree entered that said property la*
ges; also lists of government and soil according to law and practice of
In all the female race appears.
they have stood
county ofli ers, coin nissionei' ot court, and proceeds applied to expenses
Truth, darling of the heart sincere. deeds, st te boards statutory pr*» ot sale aril costs of suit arising upon
the test and
Hypocricy, deceit and pride
visions, te.nis of c >urt«. turn ' rd the mortgage ano note mentioned in
In woman never did reside.
the postinss'e\s, u»si, fficc«, e x p rss. complaint, and next to payment t •
plaintiff of any amount due.
telephone and telegraph i (Vice*,
Thai plaintiff have judgment and de
to give perfect
What tongue is able to unfold
justices ot the pence. In.lei*, d i!> cree against defendant for sum of $350
The worth in woman we behold.
and weekly new s;> tprr-; !>e»id-* with interest the-eon al rate of 10
The fallings that In women dwell
such other infernrMion ■ setn1 m *U per erni per annum from the 30th day
Then why buy
olasses ol business e id pr. es*i- nai of Oefober, 1007 ami for attorney fee in
sum of ?H0 0-1 and for io Is soil ili«b-.irs-
some other make
men. \ descriptive *ketc h m e.,. I, meu is.
Confusion take the men, I say,
place is given, embracing various
Who no regard to woman pay;
Toil defendants an 1 each of them
which some one
Who make the women their delight items of interest, such i* .he 1 *cn and all persons claiming or to claim
tries to make
Keep always reason in their sight. tion, population, dis in -is : . I n under them or either of them Ire barred
ferent points, the m >*• conve ietr. ami foreclosed of all rights, cl ims and
you believe is as good as a De Laval?
equity of rerfemption in and to said
shipping s iti ns. tin p. i Hio is mortgaged premises anil every part
that are marketed. <ia;e c i.nmuni- thereof and appurtenance* thereto.
One of the best improved dairy cation, trade s atistics, th • ' i earest
That plaintiff's mortgage be declared
farms in the valley, at a bargain.
a first mortgage.
H. L. Carl, Myrtle Point,
That plaintiff hare d> cree for an
churches, schools, libraries slid so defleieney that may rimain viler ap
Telephone Farmers line 101.
An important feature is plying proceeds for the satisfaction of
■ » < a arc-»* i » i K t o o m i t K i o . . o - >
Remember, we are still selling the classified directory,
giving the judgment and decree.
the best bread in Coos county, two every business arranged under, its
That sheriff execute a deed to the
loaves for & cents. Coquille Bak special heading, thus enabling sub pnrrliajer w ithin the time, manner and
provisions of law and that purchaser
ery and Confectionery’.
scribers to obtain at a glance a li*t lie | nt into possession hy theriff.
Sails from Ainsworth Dock, Portland, at 9 a. m. every Whines lay.
For such other relief as may ba equi
A large shipment of iiewr wail pa of all the houses manufacturing or
bails ft oat Coos B a j
per has Just been received at W dealing iu any particular line of table.
Service ofttr'e sum mo ,s ia made hy
goods, The work generally is com
C. Laird's furniture store
publication in pursuame of an order
The Coquille Bakery A Confec ness community and is so thorough ma le hy the Honorable John K. Hail,
Reservations will not l>e held later than Friday noon, unless
tionery has just received n nice, as to deserve their liberal patron judge o( the county court of Coos Coun
tickets me purchased.
ty. Dregon, dated March 1st. 1911.
fresh line of fruits, candy and nuts. ■
age, Price $j,oo.
A. J. Sherwood
PAUL L. STERLING, A ent
Phone Main 181 '» Also all kinds of chewing gunv Give
H. L. Polk A Co ,
L. A. Lifjeqvitt
ut a call
Atio-ney* for Plaintiff
A Bad Skin Means Bad Blood
M . Nosier, Agent, Coquille, Ore.
j STEAMER BREAKWA.EH
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior
U. 8. Land Otlice nt Roseburg, Oregon,
March 9, 1911.
Notice is hereby given that Edward
L. Webb, of Coquilie, Oivgon, who, on
February 14, 1906, made Homestead
entry 13,920 Serial, No. 03904, for the
west half of the northeast quarter, sec
tion 28, township 28 8., range 13 west,
Willamette .Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make final five-year proof,
to establish claim to the land above do
st riled, before Edgar A. Dodge, United
States Commissioner, at Mjrtl* Point,
Oregon, on the 22d day of April, 1911.
Claimant names ?s witnesses: Ste
phen A. Culbertson, of Coquille, Ore
gon; George W. Cornwell, of Coquille,
Oregon: John W. Culbertson, of Co-
quille, O ngon; Lafavette Cornwell, of
B e n ja m in F -T onics , Register.
1 ..................... 1 1
Silk D resses
W a ists
Foulards and Poplins—
in the new shades of
gray, brown, green and
blue, also black. These
are all neatly trimmed.
Prices from $13.50 to
The nicest showing in
Prices 75c to
E v ery d a y
L aw n D resses
A very nice assort
from $6.75 to $12.50.
U n d erw ear
Prices to suit every
L ad ies’ Suits
Very stylish and a
pretty range of colors
in mixtures of brown,
gray, tan, blue and
black. We want you
to see these while we H
have all sizes. Prices B
$15.00 to $25.00.
K haki o u its
Made plain but neat, |
some leather trimmed.
Just the .thing for the
lady in the auto. Prices
$5.50 to $6.50.
The Golden Rule
As announced, the
sale of Men’s Goods
is now on, and we are preparing to make this a
store exclusively for women and children.
our spring stock has arrived, and is selling rapidly.
We invite your careful inspection of the line. Just
a word concerning our change of plans, An ex
clusive store should receive your patronage, for we
cater to your wants, with our time and money all
on a special line, and we can therefore serve you
better than otherwise.
Now let’s make “THE
GOLDEN RULE,” Coquille’s newest and most up-
to-date store, a GRAND SUCCESS. We have made
the change for your benefit. HELP US MAKE IT
GO. EVERYTHING IN DRY GOOES, SHOES
To the Ladies
M i > n * The sale is now on, and
I l l V r I i Vr l l * the goods are moving
Our Shoes, Shirts, Hosiery, Overalls and
Hats are on sale at wonderfully low prices. Reduc
tion to last until goods are gone, but buy now, while
the selection is large. For every dollar’s worth pur
chased on Tuesday, you get a ticket to the SCENIC.
The Golden Rule
O. H . C L E A V E S
NOW AT HOME
In our new. up-to-date quarters
in the First National Hank Building,
and we will he pleased to have the
public generally call and inspect the
store. We are proud of our new
home, and believe it will be a gen
uine pleasure fo our customers to
We are headquarters for fresh
Groceries, Vegetables, Utz & Dunne
^hoes, Ladies' and Gentlemen’s Fur
nishings — everything in General
LY O N S & JONES