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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1912)
R. (.SHIRE, VlM Pu»
I J. «MERWOOO Pre»
REAL ESTATE RECORDED
DURING THE PAST WEEK
A R ussian Ssntry.
In 1859 the Russian emperor sazv a
soldier In the middle of a grass plot lu
the palace grounds. Why was there a
dally guard, relleied nt stated inter
vals? No one knew. Curiosity was
The following real estate transac aroused, and nt last a veteran was dis
OP C O f U I ü U B , O R B QOH ,
who remembered hearing his
tions are taken from The Bulletin, j covered
father say that the Empress Catherine
By MRS. MARY C. EL WOOD
T r a n s a c t a a G e n e r a l H a n k i n g B u s i n e s s Miss Madge Yakatn’s new paper, —she died In 1727 -once saw a snow
which contains matters of every na drop In bloom at that point unusually
ture transpiring in the office of the early nnd asked that a guard tie sta I sometimes believe that there bare
Board ef Director»
tioned there to protect It. And there a been more matrimonial matches made
K. O. Dement,
A. J. Sherwood,
National Bank o Commerce, New York Ci County Clerk of interest to business sentinel remained for at least 132 sn the ocean than on the land. I have
L . H . Hazard,
Orocker Woolworth N'IBank, San Franci
and professional men Considera-' years; no one knew how much longer. rrossed many times between America
R. F,. Shine. First Nati Rank of Portland, Portland.
snd England and In most of my voy-
lions are not given for in some cases
Ige.s have seen one or more eases which
o r s e s In B at tl e.
true values are not specified. The Arabian H horses
show remarkable I believed to be courtships. 1 can ac
transfers tor the week past is evi- j courage In battle It Is said that when count for It only on the ground that
dence of renewed activity in real a horse of his breed finds himself during the period of crossing certain
wounded and knows Instinctively that persons who nro thrown together hnve
nothing to do hut make love.
C S Winsor et ux to Clara M Falken- he will not be able to carry Ills rider
On one of my voyages I. an elderly
stein, lot 5, blk 1; lots 5 to 8, blk 2; much longer he quickly retires, bear woman, roomed with a young Swiss
lots 5 to 8, blk 5, lots 4 and 5, blk 8; ing Ills master to a place of safety girl who was coming to America to
lots 5 to 8 and LI to 24, blk 14 plat D; while he has yet sufficient strength.
lots 28 to 32, blk 10, Midland add to But If, on the other hand, the rider 1s make a new home. She was n young
thing without experience and spoke
North Bend; lot 17, blk 52.
L N Gilnett et ux to John S Hays, lots wounded and falls to the ground the only the German language. Since l
21 and 22, blk 7, Azalea Park add to faithful animal remains beside him, spoke It. too, Iterthn Gersteln relied
unmindful of danger, neighing until upon mo to tell her what she should
do In all those matters coming up in
Dorsey Kreitzer ut ux to Mils M Pier assistance Is brought.
travel nnd especially when she reach
son, blks 6 and 7; lots 6 to 11, blk 12;
lots 1 to 5 and 8 to 11 and 21, blk 13,
ed America. I was glad to Inform her.
S u n d a y C a r d P la y in g La w s.
Alder Park add to Marshfield.
There was a time when people lu and she appeared very grateful.
Bank of Bandon to Abraham Vanzile,
Oue thing 1 noticed nbout her that
lots 5 and «>, blk lti, Bank add to North England were forbidden by law to play excited my curiosity—her undercloth
at cards, even in their own houses, on
ing was profusely decorated with lace,
Levi J Roberts to 8 S Endicott, lots 3, Sunday. Iu the royal proclamation not worked In, but loosely tacked on.
4, 5, blk 3, J H Roberts'add to Myrtle against vice, profaneness nnd immor Seeing mo look at It wonderiugljr. site
ality, read nt every session of court, Is told me that she had understood that
Joseph Crockett et ux to Adolph Hab- the following passage: “And we do the customs officers in the United
erly, nwb, of se'-4 sec 25, twp 2d s, hereby strictly enjoin and prohibit all
States did not levy n duty on anything
r 15 w.
our loving subjects, of what degree or
S E Olds to Edwin B Fish, lot 4, blk 2, quality soever, from playing on the worn on the person. If she could get
the lace through the custom house she
Woolen Mill add to Bandon.
Lord's day nt dice, cards or any other
A M Hitchcox et ux to Hedwig Peter game whatsoever, either In public or could sell it nt n good profit nnd thus
son, ’4 acre in ne,1. of ne t* of see 36, private houses or other places whatso increase her little savings. I told her
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
that day had passed and passengers
twp 28 s, r 15 w.
were required to sign statements as to
A J Hartman to Oscar Peterson, vol 61,
the goods purchased abroad which
page 452, book of deeds.
T h e Shrewmouse.
they brought over with them. Tills
Isaac Nichols et ux to Isaac M Nichols,
The smallest mammal in the British troubled her. but she decided to wear
w>o of nwJi sec 14, twp 29 s, r 13 w.
!;!e Is the shrewmouse. This is not the lace nshore as a part of her gar
State Land Board to George W. Beale,
only the smallest British mammal, but, ments nnd ho|>ed she would hnve no
lot 3, sec 25, twp 25 s, r 11 w.
Kate C Hampton to Wm Horsfall, lots with the exception of one other of the trouble.
The first day or two out from Ism-
6 and 7, blk 4, Azalea Park add to same genus, the smallest In Europe.
Bandon; lots 22 and 23, blk 45, East The harvest mouse is sometimes don I sat n good deal ou deck with my
thought to bo even smaller, but the roommate. A young man with a lot
Merchant Land Co. to Frank Haynes et length of its head and body Is often of tumbled blond hair sat near us one
ux, lots 12 and 13, blk 44, R K add to two nnd one-half Inches, while that of morning and entered Into conversation
the lesser shrew Is rarely more than with us. lie was a Swede and going
A M Sproul et ux to Mike Berglund, two inches. The tall measures about to America on the same errand as Ber
one and one-third Inches, nnd Its teeth tha—to make a home for himself. He
lots it and 7, blk 23 of North Bend.
Clara B Metzger to John Burggraf, lots are so extremely small that a lens is seemed to be an excellent young man,
18 to 21, blk 10, Sweeney’s First add required to detect them.
and. seeing that he nnd Bertha appear
ed to lie favorably predisposed toward
Bank of Oregon to T H O’Mara et al,
A n Ibsen T h e o r y .
each other. I left them alone together
lots 9 and 10, blk 16, Bank add to
In one of the published letters of and went below.
Ibsen he says that while he was writ I seldom sat long with Bertha ou
George J. Lemanskl et ux to L E Bab
after this, for the young man,
cock, lot 34 and sbj of 35, blk 1, Idaho ing oue of his plays he had on his desk deck
an empty ale glass with a scorpion in Peter Jacobson, nlmost always joined
add to North Bend.
her, and I knew that to a young cou
F. E. Scofield et ux to George E. Dix, It. Now nnd then the animal would ple
I would be superfluous. I could
wSi of nw «4 sec 10, twp 29 s, r 11 w. grow sick and the author would throw
distinctly, however, that Bertha
W. F. Fargo et ux to George E Dix, a piece of soft fruit to it, whereupon see
ne «4 of nw *4 sec 10, twp 28 s, r 11 w. the scorpion would fall upon the food had caught a seasickness that does not
pertain to the stomach. She was fall
John N Luke et ux to Linda II Brown, furiously, empty its poison Into It and ing in love with Mr. Jacobson. How
lot 1, sec 1, twp 30, r 15 w; lots 3 and
then get well again. “Is it not a good ever. she continued to rely on me for
4, sec 6, twp 30, r 14 w.
The superior strength and durability ol the Remington and its greater
Perry W Dodson et ux to Warren H deal like this with us poets?" Ibsen what she should do after making port,
reliability under every condition of service have always been recog
Painter, lots 7 and H, blk 10, Bank add continues. “Nature's laws apply in the nnd I agreed to take her to a bouse
where I had boarded for a number of
domain of the spirit also."
to North Bend.
years till she could learn wliat her
United States to Edward W. Fahy, s’a
In addition, every contribution to recent typewriter improvement has
more permanent plans would he.
of se'4 and ae}^ o f 3W,t4 o f sec 32,
L e n g t h o f t h e La w .
Shortly before the termination of the
been a Remington contribution. The FIRST COLUMN SELECTOR,
twp 27 s and neki of nw!f o f sec 5,
The phrase “the length of the law” voyage
the little Swiss girl confided
twp 28 s, r 14 w.
the FIRST BUILT-IN DECIMAL TABULATOR, and the FIRST
United States to Edward W. Fahy, nw 'i owes its origin to the enormous length to me that she and the Swede had
ADDING AND SUBTRACTING TYPEWRITER are four recent
of seJi, the sw1^ of ne'4, the nw'4 of of some of the parchment rolls upon agreed to Join their fortunes in Amer
Remington improvements, every one of which constitutes a mi!e stohe
ne'^ sec 5 and the se'4 of nw >4 of sec which the ancient statutes of Great ica. It seemed very quick work to
in typewriter progress.
Britaiu were inscribed. The present me, nnd I asked her If she thought she
8, twp 28 s, r 14 w.
Ella J Morse to Alice R Thrush, lots 2 day official title of the “master of the could trust him on such short ac
rolls" Is a reminder of this ancient cus quaintance, whereu[ion she declared
to 7, blk 129, Empire City.
George J. Schaefer et ux to Charles A. tom. Some faint idea of the bulk of that she would ns soon distrust the
Metlin, lots 5, 6 and 7, blk 6, Schaef the English records may he obtained Augel Gabriel.
er’s add to Central Place, N Bend
from the fact that a single statute, the
The night before we reached the
Charles A Smith et ux to C A Smith land tax commissioners net. passed in dock Bertha told me that she had con
Fir Co, n'o of ne'n of sec 21, all of the first year of the reign of George fided to young Jacobson that she had
secs 28 to 33, twp 25 s, r9 w.
IV., measures when unrolled upward a lot of lace sewed on to her clothes
J A Dewar et ux to L S Dewar, lots 7 of 900 feet!
that she proposed to smuggle through.
and 8, blk 38, R R add to Marshfield.
I gasped for breath, but. knowing it
Robert J McDonald to Wesley W Hat
would he useless to say anything, held
Cook I s la n d La w s.
field, lot 5, blk 58, plat B; lots 13 and
my peace. The next morning Bertha
14, blk 9, Seaport plat A.
Cook Islands, lu the eastern Pacific. went nshore with me, Jacobson going
James T Jenkins et ux to F. M Kay et The population is Maori, and each Is before. While we were standing over
ux, lot 2, blk 2, Elliott’s add, Coquille
land legislates for Itself. The Island our baggage waiting for an examina
United States to Benjamin F Smith, council of Manihilri, one of the group, tion I noticed him talking with an in
n1. of nw^' sec 20, twp 28 s, r 13 w.
la force an ordinance to regulate spector and looking toward us. Then
W A Laidlaw et ux to Frank A Laise, has
life within the Island. It be the customs mau came to us and told
ne'4 and lot 4, sec lti, twp 24, r 13 w.
“the ancient law of Bertha to come with him. I went, too,
Henry Miller to Ina Holm, lot 4, sec 25, Maniblkl re-enacting
and sentencing and she was taken to a room where a
twp 24 s, r 13 w.
island. Pigs woman examined her clothing and ex
B H 1‘atchett et ux to Home Trust Co, are not to wunder at large,
and any posed the smuggled lace.
e}i of lots 17 and 18, blk 2, subdivis
Of course It was confiscated. When
ion of blk A of Sengstacken’s add to person going about after 9 p. iu. may we were through with the matter and
he arrested and taken to the courthouse
drove uptown I told Bertha that her
George Kobertson to Lydia Robertson, to explain his reason for being abroad. lover had informed upon her. Contra
Visitile Models 10 and 11
se’, of n w 'i, ne'^of sw1^ and n 1., No debt incurred by a native Inhabitant ry to what I expected, she believed me
of the seC4' sec 22, twp 23 s, r 12 w.
is to be recoverable in any court. Sell
Charles J Randlcman et ux to Martin ing or giving Intoxicating liquor to any and was heartbroken, hut neither of
us could understand why he had done
Randleman, n ’., of n1., of sC nw’j of native is punishable with n $50 fine
so. I strove to comfort the girl and
sw *4 of sec 25’ lot 3, sec 86, lying
read her a lecture at the same time,
west of the above described tract of
W h y H e n s D o n 't L a y In W i n t e r .
telling her that the world was full of
land and between said tract and the
1 have found It very difficult to make sharpers and their most prolific field
Coquille river in twp 88 s, r 14 w.
245 Stark Street
Joseph E Clark ct ux to John E Young, people understand that a hen cannot was women. For the future site must
se’4 of n e'4' and the ne'4' of se'4 sec make eggs nnd feathers at the same trust no one except after a long ac
33 and the sw'4 of nw'4 and the nw'4 time. She can lay while she is shed quaintance. aial even then It was dan
of the sw ',1 sec 34, twp 29, r 14 w.
ding her feathers, because there Is gerous.
Nels Martinson to Lena Martinson, lots then no drain on her system for any
N Y N O P S 1 * O F I M|r' A N N U A I . S T A T E M E N T O F T H E C O L U M B I A L I F E &
We had arrived early iu the morning,
21 nnd 22, blk 36, East Marshfield.
other purpose. But when the new but owing to Bertha's trouble did not
f HU NT C O M P A N Y O F P O R T L A N D
coat of feathers Is started she quits, reach my hoarding house till late in the
In trie S t a t e ol
'• on 1 lie 31st day of December, 1911, m a d e to the Bandon Heights Land & Trust Co to R
1 r i m ir a t il e C o n n . une
W Loomis, ne‘4 of ne>4 of sw '4 of simply because she cannot do doaIdo afternoon, when Bertha went directly
<*t the S ta te of Ore go n, p u r s u a n t to law:
duty—make feathers and eggs at the
C A P IT A L .
A m o u n t o f i * h pliai
30 feet off the north and south sides same time. When people learn this to her room to weep. lit the evening
i was told that a young man wished
fact they will not expect eggs from n to see me in the parlor, nnd I went
Pr«*m in o«!« r»T »•1 Vili
hen that is growing a coat of feat he s
I n t . r - v • 1 : VI < 11’•ri.I h i
-• 'its rec eived d u r i n g th e y e a r ......... 27,(587.19
lots 7 and 8, blk 34 to West Bandon. And then they may also learn how to mere to find Jacobson.
. ............ f r o m , all ie r
un t-M recei ved d u r i n g th e year-
"I wish to make an explanation to
T om i
manage their hatching and feeding so you." he said, "and I will trust you not
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as to get eggs In the late fall amt win to give me away. Before leaving Swe
Putrì f.ir I. i rs , h , end
• n ia a n n u i t i e s a n d surrendt
ter, when they want them badly.— den I put all the money I had in dia
h o l d e r * « h ir i n g t h e y e a r . . ’.
monds nnd smuggled them through the
dish & Hickey, limited, lots 5 and 6, Farm and Fireside.
i * . . » . , p!,l,! , ‘1n 1 m i m i Mt.i. k «l ur i ng t h e v e n r ___
sustom house in my hair. Seeing nil
and n1., of sw '4 sec 29, tp 24 s, r 11 w
t T . J m
p , i ‘‘ d u r i n g t h e y e a r . . .
Inspector looking nt the great growth
X m o n ó l n f T l î , ù h ' . r " " " ' ' “ ' d d u r i n g t h e y e a r ..........
e x p e n d i tu re s .
on my head suspiciously, to divert ills
T o t a l expen. lilt;
& Hickey, Limited, lot 5, sec 22, and
M U SIC .
nw'4 of nw'4 sec 29, twp 25 s. r-ll w;
attention I directed It to your room
the nw'4 of nw1, sec 28, twp 26 s, r
mate. telliug him that she was a smug
There is something marvelous in
u".VK',' va V
,Mi of ; " r " - • M
It w; the s’., of nw'., and the n 's of
gler and that 1 would eliilm a reward
I . I P M V S «Ml l l i o r t g i g . V n i l I « • ' I l i i l a T i l l . r t c .
sw '4 of sec 28, twp 31 s, r II w.
I ' l e m l u i n n o t e * n ml f t < * v Pja n n
for my Information 1 knew the dia
is in itself a marvel. Its position is
C a s ti In hnnUa hi h I
John Grant et ux to C J Carlson n'._, and
monds on me were worth ten times the
N,-l u n r o l l . r l e .1
.1 . 1 . r. , r. ., pr. n n u m e ! . . 111 i I | i !
the se'4 of nw'4 and the s'... of ne'4
O t h e r a s s e t s ( t u t ) ..............
lace on her. I have come to make this
of sec 12, twp 26 s, r 12 w.
thought and that ol phenomena, a
explanation and assure her that my
glimmering medium between mind
diamonds are hers as well as mine.
end matter, related to both and yet
Wl'l von kindly see her and make tny
s " , ■’ < ■ t
th e,, h,o.
T o t a l a s s e t s a d m itte d In O t e g o n ............................
differing from either —spiritual anil
apologies to her."
yet requiring rhythm, matcnal and
One of the pleasantest duties I hnve
LIA B ILITIE S
T o t a l policy c l a i m s . . .
>et independent of space. H ein
ever performed was carrying this me«-
A ll o t h e r l i a b i l i t i e s . . . * * * * ] * * ] * * ] * ......................................
sage to the sobbing girl They are uow
Pol try ho! darn Surplus
T o t a l liabilities
n happy married eourle with a number
T o m i li « u r li n e, !• f, ,, , r
Day-old, Barred Rock
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l . N. HAZARD, C t i h l i r
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Is one of the most skilful in
the business. What he doesn’t
know about bread making isn’t
worth knowing. Just to prove
to yourself how foolish it is to
swelter over a hot oven, try a
loaf of our light, white, tooth
some bread. Once tried it is
always a favorite.
! City Bakery
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Two corner lots, with small baru„
located opposite corner from Chris
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