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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1911)
Fire Clay Test.
A De Laval
no chances, as
they have stood
the test and
to give perfect
Then why buy
some other make
which some one
tries to make
you believe is as good as a De Laval?
Nosier, Agent, Coquille, Ore.^
Feeds the Nerves and
Do you feel nearly down and out— physically and
mentally— lacking In energy and ambition— can't eat half
the time— do n’t care whether you do or not?
That’s just the time you need something to stimulate
that blood flow— Increase Its nourishing properties— some
thing that is a nerve and brain food as well.
Nyal’s Nutritive Hypophosphites
do that and more, too
— It will put rich, red blood in your veins— brace up your
nerves— increase y< ur appetite— nourish" the body tissues—•
strengthen the muscles and build up the entire system—-fill
you with energy— give you a buoyant step and make life
The certain result is complete restoration to health.
A large bottle for one dollar.
J. P. DeGeesen o f near Ban-1 The Sixth Annual
don was a Coquille visitor la s t ! League Convention of the Metho
week and while here started that dist Episcopal church was held at
a test burn o f fire clay was being Coquille, Oregon, April 21st to 23
made at his place there.
It will rd.
Delegates were present from all
be remembered that this bed o f
fire clay was uncovered last fall of the Leagues of the district aud a
and that tests w ere being made very enjoyable, as well as a most
o f it during the winter.
The helpful time was spent by all who
test that is now b ein g made will ivete present.
On F'idav eveii'ng a very iuter-
no doubt finally determ ine the
actual value o f the clay for the e.ting led 11 re on "The Pa-sion
Play’’ was given by Dr. M . S.
I f this test is successful and Wilkinson, pastor of the M. E
the clay shows up well it will church at Eugene.
Business ses-i-tts were held on
mean another added enterprise
followed by papers, given
to Bandon and Coos County
which will be no small item in by the delegates of tlie several
the upbuilding o f the cities o f the Leagues
county. This result will natural
ly follow the hom e m anufacture woik, and were greatly appreciated
o f an article which at the present by all present.
All who attended the convention
time it is next to impossible to
secure here ow in g to the coast showed much enthusiasm, interest
demand being nearly up to the and spirit in it, making it very
All the fire helpfnltor all, and causing them to
brick heretofore used in this think of it with the most favorable
county have been shipped here remembrances.
The following officers were elec
from California points at an
enormous expense and the local ted for the coming year.
Mr. Wm. 8 ’auff, Maishfiield,
demand will no doubt keep a good
Miss lone Hutchins,
sized kiln busy at the new field
if the clay is found to carry the North Bend, 1st vice president;
The re Mrs. Spencer, Gardiner, 2nd vice
sult o f the test will be made president; Miss Daisy Dark, Ban
don, 3rd vice-president; Mrs. C. M.
within a fe w days.
Henry Laird came in Saturday
from the Loon Lake country. He
says the settlers out there feel much
encouraged over the completion of
the road to Allegany, and as a re
sult great activity is noticeable in
the clearing o f the rich bottom
land, which is covered with a heavy
growth of myrtle aud maple. Now
that the settlers have a chance to
get their products to market, tuere
will he great development in the
dairy and agricultural Hues and he
predicts that there will be at least
Goo good milch cows in the valley
before the end of next year. At
present the settlers who have cat
tle ranges are making cheese, and
the Grass Valley Cheese Co. has
three tons of a first-class article on
hand, for which a market has been
found at Portland, H, E. Baker
has the contract for delivering ti e
output of the cheese factory at A l
legany, and was to briug in the
first load yesterday.— Coos Bay
In our new, up-to-date quarters
in the First National Bank Building,,
and we will be pleased to have the
public generally call and inspect the
store. We are proud o f our new
home, and believe it will be a gen
uine pleasure for our customers to
We are headquarters for fresh
Groceries, Vegetables, Utz & Dunne
Shoes, Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Fur
nishings — everything in General
L Y O N S & JO N E S
River Towing & Freighting
The gasoline boat Limit is now owned
and operated by the undersigned, and
will do a general towing and freighting
business on the river. Can be chartered
S tev en s & Root, Coquille, Ore.
Tailoring, Cleaning and Reparing
For a job of first-class mending, Jyiog or cleaning, or
a new auit tailored, call at the rear of tha Pharmacy
I am agent for two tailoring house' in Obicago.
Come and see my atylaa and sample*.
I will aav* you
money and guarantee a good fit.
Goodman, Coquille, 4th viee-pre i-
dent; Miss Dorothy Kibler, North
Bend, recording secretary; Miss
Maude Sweet, Coquille, correspond
The following resolutions were
adopted by members of the conven
Resolve: That we extend our
thanks to chapter 22485 for their
efficient aid and courtesies extended
during the Convention
Resolve: That the thanks ot the
Convention is due Dr. W. S. Wilk
inson for his kindness in coming
and aiding so materially to the sne-
cess of the Convention.
Besolve: That the thauks of the
Convention isdue Dr. .1. F. Abbott
for his efficient help and hearty co
Resolve: That our thanks be
extended to those who so kiudly
welcomes us to their home*.
Resolve: That a copy ol these
resolutions be mailed to the Coos
Bay Times and Coquille Herald.
Owing to the increase in Ore
gon's population this state will be
allowed another representative in
Clarence Gould moved his big
Congress, and a bill providing for
donkey engine up to his camp on
the same has been passed by that
West Fork last week.
Mr. Laird, from Loon Lake, body.
stopped at Mr. Price’s home three
Sheriff BiBhell started north yes
nights last week.
home Sunday with a fine lot cf pigs terday morning loaded
which he purchased down the river. guards with attachment papers to
Mr. Jack McDonald brought the be served on parties at Lakeport
boiler and other fixtures for his We understand that the sawmill
sawmill np to Allegany the first of and the remaining unpold portions
He is going to take of plat one, two and three of the
them out to Loon Lake where he town of Lakeport were scheduled
for the legal process. This is the
intends building a sawmill.
Ethel Anderson went home Sat beginning of the end that always
urday morning and returned to this travels in the wake of unscrupulous
gaafterB. Our sympathy goes out
place Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce’s little girl. to the many good people of L a k e
Florence, has the German measles. port who have been victimized by
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Robert* these promoters, who should be
from one of the camps, were in Al handled without gloves and made
to realize how serious it is to rob
The big dam at Power’s logging poor families of al 1 their savings ol
camp, several miles above Allegany, a lifetime.— Gold Beach Globe
was opened Sunday morning and a
large number of logs were floated Scottsburg line wrs brought up ou
the boat Thursday evening and ie
down the river.
Some of the people of this com now in Alleguny. They intend to
munity went up to Mrs. Robert’s put the m u ' os on that line in a very
home on \Vrest Fork, Sunday after short time. There are to be two
noon and had church.
The meet autos a day Roing through Allegany,
ing was conducted by Rev. Bert one in the morning and one in the
evening. They will make connec
Lonzo and Rinaldo Stemmerman tions with the boats coming and go
spent Sunday afternoon with Earl ing from Marshfield. There is to
be a boat going to M arslifield about
Mrs. Soule and daughter Alta, 3 or 4 o’clock in the afternooua.
came up on the boat Friday even Allegany will surely he a booming
ing, returning Monday morning to town this summer.
Mr. Larson is putting up a new
North Bend, where they have been
staying during the past winter and buildiDg on his premises to put the
Alta has been attending high- auto into that will be in Allegany
R port of Allegnnv School. No.
Among those who went to Marsh
field Saturday from Allegany were, 45 t o ' m mth ending May 5.
Number enrolled, boys 1C.
Mr. Price, Hazel Cowan, Myrl and
Number enrolled, Rirls 10.
Rinaldo Stemmerman and Earl
Average dai y attendance 23 0.
Hazel Cowan and Myrl
Th< se neither absent n r tardy
Stemmerman came hack Sunday.
A lady by the name of Mra. Mil wire; Elva and Lemuel O'*; |
ler is stopping at Mrs. Edward’s Mezen Price, Ivy Noel, Myrl, Lonzo
and Rinaldo Stemmerman and Ha
Mr. Anderson, the Salvation zel Cowan.
Merle Radahaugh, teachrr.
Army captain from the Bay, spent
Suuday in Allegany.
Mrs Geo Stemmerman was at
For Rent— six reom house, good
Mr. Price’s home Sunday afternoon garden lot with frelt sad berries
Inquire at Herald office or at J.
and stayed over night.
Qno of the autos for the Drain- O Fish'a furniture factory
N O W A T HOME
L eagu e R eport
Hank Dier-, who has been gatL-
• iug statistics for the I’orl Commi •
sion, was in tow-11 yesterday, and
slated tha. everything indicates that
the tonnage across the bar this year
will be largely in excess of last year.
Besides the foreign cargoes from
the Smith mill, the North Bend
mills will also ship to foreign pons.
The Simpson Lbr. Co. have here
to-lore shipped foreign cargoes
from Coos Bay in their own sai iug
vessels, but since the waterfront has
now been dredged to accomodate
laige steamers like the the Haztl
Dollar, they will increase their for-
sign shipments considerably. Tin
North Bend l umber Co’s mill,
which is now owned by a Hum
bo'dt film, is also making arrange
ments for foreign shipments — Cot s
Remember, we are still selling
the finest bread in Coos county, 2
loaves for 5c. Coquille Bakery and
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice is hereby given that the
Rearer Slough Drainage District of
Coos county, Oregon, will receive
sealed bids for the construction of
a drainage and tide and flood con
trol gate near the mouth of the
main drainage canal of the Beaver
Slough drainage system, and at
tnat place to be designated by the
trustees of said drainage district.
Said tide and flood control gate
to be constructed in all particulars
according to the plans, specifications
and letters of Instruction prepared
by Consulting Engineer Otto Von
Gelden, and the supplemental spec
ifications prepared by the drainage
district engineer, A. N. Gould, all of
which are in the custody of Trus
tee J. A. Davenport at his office
in Coquille, Coos County, Oregtm.
All bidders are required to fur
nish two bids, the first the work
without a pile foundation, and the
second with a pile foundation in the
event that it is found necessary to
construct a pile foundation after ex
cavation has been commenced.
All bids must be In by nine
o ’clock in the forenoon the second
Monday In May, 1911.
All bids must be accompanlel
with two and one-half per cent ol
the sum bid, either in cash, or in
certified check to insure good faith
of tho bidder and as an assurance
that he will enter into a contrael
for the construction of said gate
should he be the successful bidder.
The successful bidder will be re
quired to enter into a contract and
to give a bond with good and suffi
cient and satisfactory sureties for
the faithful performance of his con
tract, and for the completion of his
said contract by the first day of
RightB reserved to reject any and
Dated this 3rd day of April, 1911.
BEAVER SLOUGH DRAINAGE DIS^
JOHN YOAKUM, President.
J. A. DAVENPORT, Secretary.
Board of Trustees.
■ a "-* M
HOLE PROOF HOSIERY
E. P. REID SHOES
The W om en ’ s and
SHOES— Did you ever wear the E. P. KEID
RH O ES for women?
If you have, you
won’t need to be urged ta buy — you will get
them anyhow. If you haven’t worn them,
you are wasting mouey on shoes. Come in,
try them on and be satisfied.
In the matter of the estate of C.
M. Skeels, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned, administratrix of the es
tate of C. M. Skeels, deceased, to
the creditors of, and all persons
having claims against, the said de
ceased, to exhibit such claims, with
the necessary vouchers, within six
months after the first publication
of this notice, to the said adminis
tratrix at the office of C. R. Bar-
row, in Coquille, Coos county, Ore
gon, which said office the under
signed has selected as the place for
the transaction of the business of
NELLIE J. SKEELS,
of the estate of C. M. Skeels, de
C. R. BARROW,
Attorney for Administratrix.
Dated and first publication at Co
quille, on the 27th day of April,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Try Our Children,« Shoes and Prices
Silks, Foulards. Embroideries, Flouucings,
Get our wash trim
mings to match.
Buy a dollar’s worth o f merchandise on
Tuesday and get a free ticket to the Scenic
The Golden Rule
O. H . C L E A V E S
JUST RITE CORSETS
1 . 5 . pat . or r.
The Test ot Time.
A Half Century Record
Proves all our
The Superiority of the
Osterm oor M atress.
W . O. L a i r d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon, for the County of
160 acre ranch. About 25 acres
bottom lnnd, mostly In cultivation.
House and barn and good orchard.
Price $2,500.00. Terms on part.
80 acre farm.
Nice house and
good barn. Located on county road.
Price $5,750.00. Good terms.
160 acres. 40 or more acres bot
tom land. 20 acres In cultivation.
80 acres In pasture. Good orchard.
Good house and two barns. 15 or
20 tons grain hay.
159 acre farm.
132 acre» rich
river bottom land. 100 acres of it
cleared. Good 1 1-2 story 7-rooom
Large dairy barn.
Two running springs with an abun
dance of good water. 20 head of
dairy cows. One thosoughbred Jer
Several head of young
stock. 40 head o f hogs. Lots of
chickens, ducks and turkeys. One
hack and one buggy. Full and com
plete outfit of farming tools. One
cream separator. 100 bushels of
wheat and 50 bushels of oats, for
feed or good for seed. Price if sold
soon, $110 per acre.
130 acre farm.
35 acres bottom
land cleared and mostly under the
plow. Hill land most all in pas
ture. 6 room house and good barn
12 cows and one bull. All farming
tools. Two colts, one and 2 years
close to market and creamery. Pries
per acre $62. Terms on $3,000.
80 acre farm.
25 acres bottom
land all in cltivation. Hill land is
used for pasture, but an excellent
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed her final ac
count in the matter of the adminis
tration of the estate of Charles A.
Peterson, Sr., deceased,
the County Court has named the
County Court Room, In the Court
House, In Coquttle. Coos County,
Oregon, as tho place, and Monday,
the 5th day of June, 1311, as the
time for hearing objections to the
final account and the settlement of
Dated this the 18th day of April,
MARY L. PETERSON.
J. W. LE NEVE,
C R Barrow. Attorney
proposition for orchard. Plenty of
good water. Good 7-room house and
good barn. Orchard. Located about
one-half mile from steamboat land
ing on the Coquille river.
$4,500; $2,500 cash, balance in 3
30 acre farm located on Coquille
20 acres in cultivation.
House, barn and other outbuildings
Good orchard. Price $3,400.
800 acre stock ranch. 600 acres
open lnnd in grass. Two bams. A
good 7 room house. Good orchard.
Plenty of water. Located one half
mile from county road. Price, per
250 acre ranch, with house and
barn and orchard, located only two
miles from Coquille. A bargain.
$30 per acre. Cash $2,500;
ance long terms at 6 1-2 per cent.
160 acres logged off land, all la
pasture. A fine tract for orchard
and berries. Level enough to plow
almost the entire tract.
within 2 miles of Coquille.
120 acre farm located on the Co
quille river close to Coquille Fine
house and good barn. Several head
of stock and farming tools. Price
per acre, $85.
Half cash Is re
quired. This is a good buy.
Nice city lots at from $2 26 up.
oa easy payments. $50 cash, bal
ance $50 every six months with in
40 acres bench land, no improve
ments, for $500.
PACIFIC REAL ESTATE CO.,