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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1911)
N Y A L ’S
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r . A. II.\ I t i l i NÍJTON, Prop.
Same Old Place
Come and See
TO CE L E B R A T E
$ 3 ,5 0 0 to be spent in a Grand and Glorious two days
Festival of fun at Marshfield.
Monday and Tuesday July 3d and 4th
Biggest and best program of events ever offered in Coos County
Capt. Olsen, Maste.
Will make regular trips between
C o q u ille
R iv e r a n J 1 an
F r a n c is c o .
N o S top-over at W a y Porte
Everything in First
Grand Display of Fireworks in the
Log rolling Contest for Coos County
championship and cash prizes
Spectacular W ater Carnival
General Commission and Wholesale
Hay Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
for De Laval Separators.
Freight and Ticket Agents
Horse Races Daiiy. From 2 to 5 o’clock p. m.
Fifield, Bandon, and Alliance.
Something doing every minute.
Coal Oil, Gasoline and Distillate always on hand
Grand Ball in tie Evening. Fine music.
M EET M E IN M A R S H F I E L D
Washington. D. C., June 26.—
The famous Cunningham Alaska
Coal claims through which it has
been alleged that the Moigan-Gug-
genheim syndicate planned to ex
tend their vast interests in Alaska
and to control one of the most vast
and valuable coal fields in the
world, were today formally dis
allowed bv tlie department of the
Interior. Secretary Fisher of the
Interior department having ap
proved the department’s decision
as handed down by Fred Dennett,
commissioner of the land office the
last door, is believed to have been
closed to the Cunningham claim
ants. Their attorneys have threat
ened an appeal to the United States
Supreme Court hut such an appeal
can he based only on some point
of law involved and not on the
findings ot fact as announced by the
The Cunningham claims have
becti in the public eye for more than
They brought about
the Ballinger-Pinch» t investigation
by Congress and the dismissal from
public service of Chief Forester
Gifford Pincltot, Louis !U Glavis,
chief o( field division land officials
Pinchot and Glavis were dismissed
for insubordination, incident to
their attack on Ballinger who they
claimed we favorably disposed to
ward the claims.
In announcing the decision of the
Department todoy Secretary Fisher,
who succeeded Ballinger, declared
that new coal land laws ate needed
in Alaska if that territory is to he
developed propet ly.
Commissioner Dennett in his de
cision holds that each of the 33 en
tries was improperly allowed and
asserts the government conclusively
established the charges brought
against the claimants and that there
is not a doubt that an agreement
existed between them in violation
of tlie- law. The 33 claims involved
aggregate 3.350 acres.
of the land is estimated high in
The Elizabeth sailed for San
Francisco Wednesday night with
■145 cases of cheese, 116 cubes of
butter, 8 cases woolens, 50 co rd s
40 bundles veneer
splints, 201.060 feet o f lumber, 25
tons miscellaneous, and the f ■ > 1'< w-
! iug passengers: Theodore Bicker
and wife, L. S. Broyon and wife,
j Lusina Davison, Wee Chung, Mrs
H. Hieking and daughter, ¡Mrs.
Bsriug, A. E-Bering. Hazel Bering
Fred A. Straub. T.
George May, J. E. Walstroin, S.
Brownston. Mrs. If. C. White, K.
White, L. G. Irwin, D. B. Fergu
son, C. W. Shatea,G. H. Karavih,
George Boncea and O. Wilson.
The Fifield arrived in port Tues
day evening with 175 tons of
freight and tlie following passen
gers: E. R. Bartlett and wife, Mrs.
Fessler, Mr. Burehe, A- S. Flynn,
Mrs. Schoemaker and danghti r.
A. F. Mulchara, L. S- Rogers, W.
L. Hall. J. Hite, Win. Hite ami
wife. Mrs. F. J. Genke and C. IUv.
The Fifield tailed Juni 22nd,
with 461,000 feet of lunib r, 10
tons miscellaneous, and the follow
ing passengers: Mrs. Geo, Baxter,
Mrs. May Case II D. Cox, II.
Hackle IT, Mrs. Boyd, E. A. Hu I ■ ,
Mrs. MeSay, W. Hull, G<o. Mold
ton, Mrs. A. Thelir, Mrs. Hibbard,
•T. W. Hibbard, W T . Jarvis, Mr.
A. Thelir, W. S. Edis and S. 11
Perkins Bandon Recorder.
Washington, I> (J-, June 21
The Senate committee on Terrilo-
I rics today voted six to three to re
port favorably on the House rcsolti-
tion admitting New Mexico and \> -
j zona to statehood with the provi
sion that the Arizona constitution
1 concerning the judiciary recall shall
ho resubmitted to the people
Slight amendments to the House
resolution were made.
W e have a nice selection o f wash
One o f the best Improved dairy
goods, laeea and em broidery.
Call farms in the valley, at a bargain,
at ou r store nnd let us show you. t Telephone Farmers line 101.
I j . Carl, Myrtle Point,
Lyons * Jones.
Phone Home 111.
Tailoring, Cleaning and Reparing
B arm en R e c o rd e r
The undersigned having been duly
.appointed Administrators of the Es
tate of William Coach, Deceased, by j
tlie County Court of the State of Ore-|
gon for Coos County on the 12 day of i
.Time, 1911. All persons having claims ,
against the said estate will present the
same, duly certified and with their
vouchers to Arthur T. Coach or .1. W.
Coach at Bandon, Oreg. or to Mrs.
Mary E. Cary at Coquille, Oregon with
in 6 months from the first publica
tion of this notice.
Arthur T. Coach,
J. W . Coach,
Mary K. Cary,
Administrators of the estate of Wil- j
liam Coach, deceased.
MANUFACTURER AND D EALER IN
LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES
MO CEDING, CEMENT BRICKS
AND BLOCKS, SAND AND
G R A V E L .......................................
C O Q U I L L E ,
For a job of first-class mending, dying or cleaning, or
a new suit tailored, call at the rear of the Pharmacy
I am agent for two tailoring bouses in Chicago.
Come and see my styles and samples.
I will save you
money and guarantee a good fit.
O F E G O N
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon in and for Coos County.
Anson K. Shuster,
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Mary L. Shuster,
To Mary L. Shuster, the above named
defendant: In the name of the State
Is made of every milling that Olympic Flour
of Oregon, you are hereby required to
is made of. One of the best bake shops any
appear and answer the complaint tiled
where is run in connection with the mill that
against you in the above entitled Court
makes Olympic Flour. Every bunch of flour
and cause on or before Thursday, the
that goes through the mill is tested. It has
27th day of July 1911, the same
to be up to the highest standard—has to make
being the last day of the publication
the best bread possible, else it doesn't go into
of this summons, the date of the first
the Olympic sacks.
publication thereof being 15th day ol
That is the reason your bakings of bread,
June A. D. 1911.
bisenit and pastrv are always uniformly good
And if you fail to appear answer or
w hen you use Olympic.
Your bakings can’ t
otherwise plead herein within said time
be expected to be the same always unless the
the plaintiff will thereafter apply to the
flour is. Therein lies the beauty of using
Court for default against you, and will
further demand a decree for the relief
prayed for in hiscomplaint tiled herein,
THE PORTLAND FLOUR MILLS CO.
That the bonds of matrimony now
and heretofore existing between you
and the plaintiff may lie dissolved and
held for naught, and for absolute di
vorce from you upon the grounds of
cruel and inhuman treatment anil per-
C I KIM F.
sonal indignities rendering life burden FRKi) \\)Nt»E ; i r
some, and on the further grounds of
willful desertion for more than one
This Summons is published by order
of the Honorable John S. Coke Judge
of the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Coos County, dated the 1-th
day of June A. I>. 1911, which re
quites this Summons to he published in
the Coquille Herald, once each week
for six consecutive weeks, the date of
the first publication of the same being
June 15th, 1911.
S . C. McLeod,
Cenerai liluk.m iibtng, Wagon Making, Machine Work, rattern Makin
Attorney for Plaintiff,
and Casting. Automobile Work a Specialty.
j Residence North Bend, Oregon.
A Bake Shop Test
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osier and Norton ¡T?
Games, Racing and Dancing
Christening of t ie new $ 6 ,0 0 0 Speed Mo
tor Boat ‘‘Coos Bay,” ThatW ill Make
40 miles an hour
Tug of war Between Coos Bay and Co
quille Loggers for Champion ship and
& Von Pegert
‘ 1 want to give every
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light t h r e e vital reasons
w hy the General Electric
M azda L am p should make
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office or factory wired.
T h e G -E
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It costs no more to burn.
T h ird—
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It blends inventive triumph and manufacturing skill— and
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“ I want the chance to p r o v e to y o u r entire satisfaction
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C om e in today uid see for y o u r s e l f .
Y our call places
you under no obligation, and is apt to be decidedly to
B e caret ul to see that every electric lamp you buy bean
the G . EL monogram.
Coquille River Electric Co.