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I; Coquille Jerald.
PUBLIS HE D E V E K Y THUUSDAY.
Entered as second class matter May
8, 1908. at the post office at Coquille,
Oregon, undsrsot of Congress of March
1 3, 1878.
E. U PD IK E
No dark room
'u n b e o n p tio o , per y e a r in
PUBLISH E R
Devoted to i l l « UiHtenal Riid social up
oiJdifcff o f the OoqailU Valley purttoolarly
• no o f Coos Ooouty generally.
huvh I # * ,
Phone, Main 884.
Knowlton's Drug Store
a aeoqoQO-^x..<fCo:eoS«SMSSSoooa4SSoooeooeo««sMt6<.D *n CoOS C ounty
Work Done in
A Pastoral Love
m ay m eet on the branch o f a tree and
w ith o u t the sligh test k n o w le d g e o f
each oth er becom e mates.
B ut m an
J. E. Schilling was down from and w om a n must not on ly kn ow all
Gardiner this week. T w elve carpen about each other, but be o f the
ters started to work on the ho g ra d e an d each h ave a clean record, o r
tel in which Mr. Schilling, W. F
A n d the m ost sin gu la r th in g about
iosWu . , flesh. It seemed to uie
mat the only logical beings are tlie
beasts and the birds. They kill and
eat each oilier without inquiring
whether or no they are eating the
same apeclea, while man—well, this la
what man doea.
He kills and eats every animal be
low himself. To kill even one of his
Combination of the Natural and
own kind he considers the greatest of
crime* unless he kills them In buttle,
where the more men be kills the big
ger man he la, which Is exactly what
By A R T H U R BEMERTON
made the chiefs among his savage an
Copyright by American Press Asso-
I was so impressed with this reason
ing that I asked my Jailer for writing
Bessie and 1 fell in love natural materials and wrote It down, or, rather,
ly—in fact, too naturally. 1 have o f elaborated the bare skeleton 1 had
thought out. Wben It wus flnlshed 1 j
ten thought how pleasant it must be
asked to have It delivered to Bessie's j
for the animals and birds 10 mate father.
without having to look into each
In due time a reply came as follows: j
other*« record. A tiger may not only
I have always desired my daughter to j
kill a man. but eat him and mute with marry a man distinguished for some- ! j
a most respectable tigress without any a S S s h - S i
T .u X tt* j
questions being naked.
Two birds one of the kind, »hare that distinction, r
Jewett, Warren I t e e f and others are
interested in, Monday. The location
commands a beautiful marine view
not far from the steamer landing
There w ill be 56 rooms in the new
building, which will be a three-story
structure and cover a grounr. space
o f 50x100 feet. Hot and cold water
baths and many other conveniences
will be furnished in the more Impo
tant rooms, all o f which are large
airy and well lighted. It is expect
ed the hotel will be ready fo r occu
pancy in sixty days.— Coos Bay Sun
most Impracticable numskull that, to C
my knowledge, the world has yet pro-
duced. You have Interested me In your-
anf V °ur cuse. I have retained the
best criminal lawyer I can find to tako
charge o f your case, and If your inno-
cence la proved I shall deem my «laugh-
ter honored In wedding auch an eminent
N O T I C E
H a vin g closed out our Dry Goods aud gone iuto
the Grocery business exclusively, we have decided
to dincontioUH the handling of the Graph*-plume.
As we have put out somethin:.’ like two hun
dred machines, we will continue to b a i li e the Rec-
or-'l«. but bare decided to
make some changes in
out of Records I d o h i Customers who
vour C ish pur-
i basea aru ou D t to $5 00 w e will give you ODe Hiu-
ple Record free, or one Double Record by pay
ing 35c in addition to the $5 00 worth of Tickets,
aud will continue to keep a good selection of pieces
on band at all times.
P. E. D R A N E
D alcr in tva, 1 and fauov Groceries, Flour and Feed.
S A L E
It all Is that either of them will mur- 1 This reply stung me to the quick,
der any animal, except their own kind. * regarded It as tantamount to a re
am! eat the carcass.
fusal of his daughter's hand even If
160 acre ranch. About 25 acres proposition for orchard. Plenty of
I. being an artist, when tlie buds
Innocence were prpved As to the
bottom land, mostly in cultivation, good water, flood 7-room house and
were beginning to open went Into lau'yer be spoke o f hiring for me, 1
the country to catcli that first delicate wro,e **lm Immediately that I had en- H oubc and barn and good orchard, good barn. Orchard. Located about
one-half mile from Bteamboat land
shade o f pale green which appears on gaged the most eminent counsel In the Price $2,500.00. Terms on part.
the trees at that season. I was sitting land and would have no need o f the
80 acre farm.
Nice house and ing on the Coquille river.
Three doors North of Drane’s Store
on my tripod iu a wood working In the
good barn. Located on county road. $4,500; $2,500 cash, balance in 3
colors when I heard the bark of a dog,
and a moment later a little terrier folding and addressing this second let- Price $5,750.00. Good terms.
160 acres. 40 or more acres bot
stood growling at me. A girl, budding ter, to receive a visit from Bessie.
30 acre farm located on Coquille
She threw herself Into my arms tom land.
20 acres In cultivation. river.
like the trees, not into leaves, but lute
20 acros In cultivation.
womanhood, hurried up. calling In a
80 acres In pasture. Good orchard. House, barn and other outbuildings.
Coquille, Oregon (I
All Work Guaranteed
Good house and two barns. 15 or Good orchard. Price $3,400.
“ Frisk! Come away. Frisk! What When she becAiue calmer I spoke of
her father’s communication.
20 tons grain hay.
do you mean?"
800 acre stock ranch.
“ Father has turned right around,”
I paid no attention to the dog. and
159 acre farm.
132 acres rich open land in grass. Two baritB. A
there was no ueed for the girl to call
river bottom land. 100 acres of It good 7 room liouso. Good orchard.
Ha nker Submits to Operation.
him off, for he had uo idea of attack
cleared. Good 1 1-2 story 7-rooom Plenty of water. Located one half
Cashier L. M. Suplee o f the Flan ing me, but he gave me an excuse for nocent o f this crime with which you
Large dairy barn.
Other mile from county road.
addresslug the girl.
agan & Bennett bank of Myrtle
And yet I question if any excuso are charged. He says that no man good outbuildings.
Good orchard. acre, $8.00.
Point, has been quite ill for several was required. People who meet in who could have written that letter Two running springs with an abun
r- -•■Yaw l
could have committed murder and If
250 acre ranch, with house and
days past, and went to the bay Mon crowds are constrained by convention
he did he would convince the judge dance of good water. 20 head of barn and orchard, located only two
day of this week to undergo an op alities. We two, meeting In a wood, thut there was uo case against him,
dairy cows. One thosoughbred Jer
Is made of every milling that Olympic Flour
with not a sound about us—wben the
miles from Coquille. A bargain.
eration fo r appendicitis.
is made of. One of the best hake shops any
dog had ceased barking—except an oc since there Is no logical difference be sey bull.
Several head of young
$30 per acre.
The operation was carefully per casional twitter of birds engaged in
where is run in connection with the mill that
40 head o f hogs.
“ I am glad,” I said, embracing her, stock.
ance long terms at 6 1-2 par cent.
makes Olympic flour. Every bunch of flour
“ that In thousauds o f years one couple chickens, ducks and turkeys.
169 acres logged o ff land, all la
The case was an aggra other way. We were impelled to be may in some respects return to the
that goes through tlia mill is tested. It lias
hack and one buggy. Full and com
companionable. I began by telling her
to be up to the highest standard—lias to make
A fine tract for orchard
vated one,but the operation was sue not to mind the dog. that he wouldn’t natural methods of our progenitors. plete outfit of farming tools. One pasture
* Of .
the best bread possible, else it doesn't go into
and berries. Level enough to plow
cessful, and late reports from his disturb me. and she sidled around j Are you quite sure your father Is sin cream separator.
100 bushels of
cere in his change of mind toward
the Olympic sacks.
almost the entire tract.
.odside Indicate that the patient is where she could catch a view of my j me?"
wheat and 50 bushels of oats, for
That is the reason your bakings of bread,
within 2 miles of Coquille.
getting along nicely.
we felt quite well acquainted. I had j
bisenit and pastrv are always uniformly good
Point friends hope for his early and chosen a delightful spot to transfer to have permitted me to come here to soon, $110 per acre.
when you nee Olympic.
Your bakings can’ t
George Win canvas. It was on a declivity. An visit you. He says you are the first
120 acre farm located on the Co
be ex[>ecled to be the same always unless the
130 acre farm.
25 acres bottom
man he ever met who did not talk aud
helping at opening In the trees below revealed a act artificially. He’s simply delighted land cleared and mostly under the quille river close to Coquille. Fine
flour is. Therein lies the beauty of using
patch o f landscape, while at my feet
the bank during his absence.— En
H ill land most all in pas house and good barn. Several head
gurgled a stream, at this season well with you.”
I showed her the note I had written
supplied with water from snows re
ture. 6 room house and good barn. of stock and farming tools
THE PORTLAND FLOUR MILLS CO.
cently melted at higher altitudes. The declining her father’s offer of counsel. 12 cows and one bull. All farming per acre, $85.
H alf cash is re
She burst out laughing. I asked what
Promoting Heal fo r Passenger Boat, air was balmy and laden with per
tools. Two colts, one and 2 years quired. This is a good buy.
“ You haven’t any money to pay old.
Nice city lots at from $225 up,
A sea going passenger boat of
One has but to mention this outline
counsel,” she said.
$50 cash, bal
light d raft is a new project of F. J picture to indicate the result. Given
close to market and creamery. Price on easy payments.
ance $50 evffTy six months with In
per acre $62_ Terms on $3,000.
Monroe, now at Florence. It is said an opening spring In a wood, buds, wild of th at”
flowers, twittering birds,
“ You are ideal and impractical," she
80 acre farm.
25 acres bottom terest.
hat he has sold nearly enough stoc brook, a dog and lastly a young man
to assure the purchase of a small and a young woman, both In the first said. “ That’s the reason I love you.” land all in cltlvation. Hill land is
40 acres bench land, no improve-
And she embraced me.
¿.earner in San Francisco, which he freshness of youth, what follows?
Our colloquy was broken in upon used for pasture, but an excellent mentg, for $500.
proposes to to put on a rular sched Why, exactly what the poet says—the bjr the sherlfT, who came In to say
young man’s (and the young woman’s)
that the real murderer had been ar
ule between this place, Florence and fancy turns to thoughts of love.
rested and had confessed. I was free
It is claimed that
J. W L E N E V E ,
FRANK BU R K H O LD E R ,
The result of this meeting was an
to go. At the same time he handed
many passengers could be brought other meeting and another and another. me a letter postmarked Rio Janeiro.
in here from Yaquina, where the I didn't count them: I was too preoc
“ Ah,” 1 exclaimed, "my creden
cupied to do so. I painted so long on
branch of the Southern Pacific rail my picture that before I finished it the tials!”
Slipping the letter in my pocket. I
way ends. Just how well Mr. on delicate shade 1 had come to the coun
accompanied Bessie to her father's
roe is succeeding is heresay on our try for had grown Into a dark green house. He greeted me warmly, aud
part, but we understand that he will and the full grown leaves had blotted I handed him the credentials I had
out the vista which gave the work
be down here soon to interest local more than half its beauty. But while received at the Jail. Removing the en
*'1 want to give every
velope, he began to read, bis eyes open
capital In the enterprise.
perron not using electric
this beauty was disappearing the bud ing wider as he read.
( REOPEN KI>)
iifht th r e e vital reasons
“ Are you a fool or a knave?” ho
So much for the natural features of asked, looking up at me.
ItulkhcmlN to Be Put In.
why the General Electric
this story. Now come the artificial—
“ Both,” I replied.
C. A. H AR R IN G TO N, Prop.
Mazda Lamp should make
A report was current here a few viz, a girl's confession to her father
“ What is it?” asked Bessie
them have their house, store,
A good display o f nobby styles
met with any knowledge of that fate's ness of yours has resulted In your
given out the ultimatum that th en
office or factory wired,
in fancy Batistes, Tissues, and
antecedents: then a command from catching the only son and heir o f the
the father, tears from the girl and a biggest coffee planter in Brazil.
all the late Spring Fabrics— an
shoals in the Coquille river to pro triangular condition between the fa knew when I received his note that
endless variety o f Ginghams,
Th e G -E
tect the channel after it had been ther. ihe girl and the artist such as lie was an original, but I didn’t know
Percales and Linens. Exclusive
l.amp gives nearly th r e e
lies t-’ ken place over since tke first he was rich. You tell me.” addressing
Features in W h ite Goods.
dredged by the Oregon, which is
tim e s the lig h t of the
primeval girl planned to give her fa me, “ that you are both fool and
to come here about June 1st, and w ther the slip and climb n tree with tbs knave Will you kindly Inform me of
ordinary carbon incandes
have been informed by parties in po first primeval youth, the tree being toe the introspective reasoning by which
sltion to know that the bulkheads high for the old gentleman to follow. you have arrived at this result?”
“ Well,” I replied, “ no one but a fool
Remember that we do a cash
will be put in, consequently this re Bessie’s father was really ns reason
able ns we considered him unreason- who has the career before him that I
business, and can g iv e you better
moves the last obstacle in the way, aide. He merely wished to know who have would spend Ills time sitting on
It costs no m ore to bum.
values than can be given under a
and it is now an assured fact that I was. Since I had lived in South a three legged stool in a wood daub
make love to a plrl without her fa
as the dredging is done, the big twenty-two years of nge I mnst send ther even knowing that he Is doing
there for my credentials. Involving a
T h e quality of light Y vastly superior— a clear
lumber carrier M elville Dollay will b delay of n month or more. What cruel it."
white light like sun rays.”
It was decided that Bessie and I
run by the Dollar people, and she ty to force a pair of lovers to wait all
should be married in June, and I con
will take out from eight hundred that time in a state of suspense!
The General Electric Mazda Lamp represents the
“ Sweetheart,” I said to her one day, cluded for mv prospective father-in-
Buy three record» and ex
thousand to one m illion feet of lum
sake—who must have a noted
high-mark in the evolution of incandescent electric lighting.
‘suppose the reply should come that I
It blends inventive triumph and manufacturing skill— -and
am an escaped defaulter, jailbird, mur
toward stimulating business on the derer.”
you reap the benefit in the form of dollars ami cents, and
father that I should like to be mar
I would not believe the story.”
freedom from eye r u n when using artificial light."
river, and this should awaken the
ried In the wood on a carpet o f June
port commission spirit again whch
roses, whereupon he said that he bad
T Want ,*>e c*uncc *° p ro ve to your entire satisfaction
..is allowed to laig during the time
that this wonderful lamp is even better than represented.
One day. after having painted alone had enough o f that nonsense and
the Coos Bay port commission was In the wood, on leaving It I saw some didn’ t wish any more of It.
THE HERALD, $1.50 PER YEAR
Come in today and see for yourself. Your call places
Po we were married in a very mat
you under no obligation, and is apt to be decidedly to
going through a course of litigation, thing half covered with shriveled ter of fart fashion at the bride's home
out now that ail points o f law have branches and dead leaves. I exam o f course, and sailed a few days later
ined it and found tlie dead body of a
Be caretul to see that ever)' electric lamp you buy bears
been settled In favor o f the com man. Horrified lest f might be im for my country.
the G. E. monogram.
I am now one o f the most prominent
mission, there Is no reason for fur plicated in a murder. I threw back
citizens of Brazil and consequently
ther delay on the part o f the lo what I had ren1 >ved aud was about mnrh out of my element.
The gasoline boat Lim it is now owned
cal port, and steps toward estab to hurry away when I saw two men
coming for me. Within five minutes
lishing the same w ill no doubt be I was on my way to the nearest po
and operated by the undersigned, and
taken very soon.— Recorder.
ments in Its train, and Is the pri
will do a general towing and freighting
My antecedents were now not
D E T E ';
mary cause of much sickness. Keep
business on the river. Can be chartered
NOTICE OF FIN AL SETTLEMENT. much needed to enable me to po ■'
my love as to preserve my neck \ !n* your bowels regular, madam, and
Notice is hereby given that the status had changed a se ond lm-* you will escape many of the ail
The case was not now one «>f a f '**) *r ments to which women are subject.
undersigned has filed her final ac a girl and an unknown man. hut a
count In the matter of the adminis father, a girl and an unknown m u *ic Constipation la a very simple thing,
tration o f the estate of Charles A. ensed of murder. 1 sent at nr e r but like many simple things. It may
Peterson, Sr., deceased.
and that note to Bessie. Informing her of mv lead to serious consequences. Na
trouble, encouraging tmr to keep r * r
the County Court has named tlie good heart and assuring her of mv ’ n ture often needs a little assistance,
and when Chamberlain’s Tablets are
MANUFACTURER AM) DEALER IN
fioccnce. Receiving no reply, I eon
House. In Coquille. Coos County, eluded that her father would not per given at the first Indication, much
For a job of firsl-clats men ling, ¡lying or cleaning, or
distress and suffering m -y be avoid
Oregon, as the place, and Monday, mit her to seud a reply.
a new suit tailomd, call at the rear of the Pharmacy
Sold by all dealvrs.
Brooding In my cell. I could not but ed.
the 5th day o f June, 1911, ns the
revert to the good old primeval times
| time for hearing objections to the I have cited before when a suitor
I am agent for two tailoring house- in Chicago.
FO R SALE.
final account and the settlement of might kill ns many of Ills fellow be
Come and tee my etyle* and aamplen.
I will «ave yon
One of the best improved dairy
ings ns he pleased without being ob
money and guarantee a good fit.
farms In the valley, at a bargain.
Dated this the 18th day o f April,
law. I had killed no one. 1 was mere Telephone Farmers line 101.
M AR Y L. PETERSON.
G O Q U I U .E ,
O REG O N j
ly suspected of killing a man
And H L. Carl, M yrtle Point,
If Bessie's father did not kill men he
C. R Barrow. Attorney
|Hied the next g rid e .o f anlmu’
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For the Spring
Same Old Place
Come and See
H. 0. Anderson
River Towing &. Freighting
Coquille liiver i lwtric Co.
Stevens & Root, Coquille, Ore.
J. H . O E R D IN G
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LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES
MOULDING, CEMENT BRICKS
AND BLOCKS, SAND AND
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