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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1912)
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Ask Your Dealer about Those
NICE, LARGE. JUICY
T w o Door» South P. O.
FA R M
jiO D A
W A TER
We can't divide our profits with you. Our
business has not increased $75,000,000 the
past year and we don’t spend $2,000,000
in advertising; our buildings don’t cover 5000
acres and we don ’/ employ 4,000 stenographers. But we do sett the best
gasoline engine made, the Stickney with 57 points of superiority over all
others and at a price which represents value in every pound.
Nosier & Norton
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NOSLER & NORTON
Roseburg-Myrtle Point Auto Line
J . L. L A IR D , P ro p rie to r
Leaves Mrytle Point daily at 7 o ’clock
a. m. Arrives at Roseburg at 2 o’clock.
Leaves Roseburg daily at 7 a. m., ar
riving at Myrtle Point at 2 o’clock.
Special rigs for parties at any time.
S t a g e R u n n i n g in C o n n e c t i o n
C a r r y in g
U n ite d S ta te s M ail a n d P a s s e n g e r s ’ B a g g a g e
Office at Laird's Livery Barn, Myrlle Point
Hom e T elephone 4 6 1.
F a r m e r s T e le p h o n e 15 6
Oregon Agricultural College
This great institution opens its doors
for the fall semester on September 20th.
Courses of instruction include: General
Agriculture, Agronomy, Animal Hus
bandry, Dairy Husbandry, Bacteriology
Botany and Plant Pathology, Poultry
Husbandry, Horticulture, Entomology
Veterinary Science, Civil Engineering,
Electrical Engineering, Mechanical En
gineering; Mining Engineering, High
way Engineering, Domestic Science,
Domestic Art, Commerce, Forestry,
Pharmacy, Zoology, Chemistry, Phys
ics. Mathematics, English Language
and Literature, Public '•peaking, Mod
ern Languages, History, Architecture,
Art, Industrial Pedagogy, Physical Ed
ucation, Military Science and Tactics,
Op ned for Busines March. 1 9 0 9
P o rtla n d 9 A . M .
July 2, It, 14, 19, 24, 29
August .7, 8, 13. 18. 23, 28
F ro m C oo* B a y
July 6, 11, lfi, 21, 211, 31
PAUL L. STEM LING, Agent
August», 10. 15, 20, 2S, 39
Phone Mam 181
Ladd & Tilton Bank, Portland
National Park, New York
First National Bank, San Francisco
First Trust <& Savings, Coos Bay
Twenty-five acres bottom, 36 acres in
cultivation; good new house and barn;
fine spring water; good orchard! 25,000
feet fine timber; close to good school
anti church; on good county road eight
miles from Coquille. A money maker.
Price $60 per Acre
W ALLING’S AUTO LIVERY
S P E C IA L T R I P S
Anywhere— Any time
NEW CAR ANI) GOOD SERVICE
FTER refusing offers of diplomatic posts from President Taft and his
two predecessors ex-Goveruor Myron T Herrick of Ohio accepted
the appointment to Paris, where he recently assumed the duties of
U American ambassador. He Is one of the wealthiest men In Ohio and
may be depended upon to maintain the Paris embassy establishment ou the
same lines of lavish hospitality as his predecessor. Robert Bacon The Cleve
land home of the Herricks on Overlook road. Euclid heights. Is one of the
haudsomest In the city The photograph here reproduced was taken while
Mr and Mrs Herrick were standing on the porch with their eldest grandson.
Myron T. Herrick 2d. The big house is also the home of Governor Herrick's
only son, Partnel.v. and his family, and the nursery Is the favorite resort of
the ambassador. Mr and Mrs Parmely Herrick went to Paris in advance of
the rest of tbe faioily to direct tile fitting up of the ambassador's residence.
Its Lethal O dor H a s the E ffe c t
Good new house and barn; 35 acres of
bottom land in cultivation; 20 acres
The death orchid of the Venezuelan
good timber; close to school and church; Indians has been proved to he no mere
nicely located eight and one-half miles campfire yarn.
from Coquille. A genuine snap. Terms
Years ago an orchid hunter. Gray
son. set out to fiud “El Lugar de los
to suit purchaser.
Flores Venemosos"—that Is. “the place
Price $ 5 2.50 per Acre
of the poisonous flowers” which was
said to he located in the dense and
pathless wilderness occupying the vast
stretches between the headwaters ot
No. 130. 10 Acres
the Orinoco and the Andes Two
No. 1 bench land, one mile and half weeks passed without any Incident out
from Coquille; six acres in cultivation of the ordinary. But one morning
all in orchard and strawberries; good there was a perceptible smell of flow
5-room house; two barns and a silo; 15 ers in tjie air. When the orchid hunter
stands of bees; three dozen chickens; and his Indians camped that night the
jungle smells had been entirely lost in
all household furniture; horse, buggy the cloying scent. Many of the band
and farming tools. A dandy, profitable refused to go farther.
an 1 pleasant little home. Half cash,
As Grayson and the others proceed
balance to suit purchaser.
ed the rankly sweet and oppressive
odor became stronger, attacking the
Price $ 3 ,0 0 0
senses like a narcotic. One after an
other the remaining Indians collapsed
till only Grayson and the guide were
left, pushing onward. The orchid
No. 132. 10 Acres
hunter felt as if he was being attacked
Fine residence; orchard ; half bottom by the Insidious power of opium, but
land; good improvement ; one mile retained enough consciousness to be
freni Coquille. Reasonable terms.
come aware that, gleaming through the
trees ahead, he saw flowers of huge
Price $ 3 ,0 0 0
size and vivid colors, many lined clus
ters of them hanging in trails.
It was the death orchid!
When he recovered his senses he
No. 138. 220 Acres
found himself being carried hack to
Fine stock ranch, best in Coos county camp, where the rest of his porters
and cheapest on our list, all things con had remained Many of the band
sidered. Thirty acres bottom land in were severely sick and many half wit
cultivation; 7 acres hill land in oats; a ted with the continued effect of the
good quantity of saw timber1 fine stream scent.— Suburban Life.
water running through place; good out
A Poet Successful and Lazy.
range for stock, new 9-rqom residence;
Aspirants to success who are discour
good barn and outside buildings; good
orchard; place well fenced. All farming aged by the very early rising of Coke
and Kant should think of the success
implements, mower, rake, cultivators,
fill poet Thomson and he comforted,
plows i nd other tools usua'ly found up for Thomson was one ot the laziest
on a first-class ranch; wagon, harness; men that ever lived and seldom rose
150 head of old goats and 40 or 50 kids before noon
go with the place. Good terms.
And yet in “The Seasons” he manag
«d to give us one of our finest descrip
Price $ 4 ,0 0 0
tions of a sunrise. It is said of him
that he would eat the sunny side of!
the peaches In his garden with his
hands in his pockets, hut even such
C IT Y P R O P E R T Y
late rising and his castle of indolence
No. 43—One (»-room residence and lot did not prevent his becoming famous
.50x100, within four blocks of postoffice. —London Spectator.
Terms if desired. Price $1,500.
U n d re s s in g W hile Swimming.
_ P^Parties having property for sale
A Choice of Evil».
or houses for rent will find it to their
Landlady Would yon advise me to
advantSKo to list same with the
send my dftucbttr to a cooking school
or to a music school? Boarder (reft^c
lively!-W ell. 1 think I’d send her to a
co«»king a«-honl. It may be more fatal
5» Its results, but It Isn’t auythtng like
WM. ODDY, M a n a g e r
Economy Is In Itself a source of great
T w o Door» South P. O.
Real Estate Co.
Photo by A m erican P ress A ssociation.
F ro m
An uuthcritj on boating and swim
No. 47—One good residence and lot
ming advises that every hoy and girl
within five blocks postotfice, $1,500.
who is learning to swim also learn to
No. 51—Choice resilience and lot 50x undress in the water, so that in case
100, four blocks from postoftice, $1,800. 1 of falling overboard from a boat there
will be less «lunger of drowning. Put
No. 55—Nice house and barn, IV.
on old clothe he says, swim with one
acres, fine orchard; eight blocks from hand and the opposite foot and take
postoftice, Price $4,500.
off the shoe from the fr«»e foot with
No. 61—Good 7-room residence, all the free hand After the shoes are off
modern conveniences, hot and cold i they'being t lie first tilings to get rid of.
I the swimmer should turn on his back
water, nice barn, orchard and all kinds
l and take off his clothes or as many as
C atalogue and illustrated literature mailed free on application. of berries. Six lots, four of which are ! he can gel oil. swimming meanwhile
with his legs. —New York Herald
Address Registrar, Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis, Oregon.
purposes. Two blocks from courthouse.
What Makes the Valet.
S ch o o l Y c a r O p en s S e p te m b e r 2 0 th
" It’s so ridiculous.” said Cholly Sap
No. 63—Four-room house and two lots head, ‘‘to say that ‘clothes don’t make
Mr* * 5 ^
for $650. A good buy.
the man.* **
Choice residence lots in all parts of] “Indeed?” replied Miss Pepprey.
OLD R E LIA BLE—EQUIPPED WITH W IRELESS
"Yaas You see. if a fellow like me
the city from $200 up.
dhin’t have such lots of clothes he
wouldn’t need a man.**—Catholic
standard ami Times
ALWAYS ON TIME
Merchants Bank |
Price $ 1 7 ,5 0 0
Good bottom land, nearly all in cultiva
tion ; fine 8-room residence, all modern
and up-to-date, good wood house 26x28
two-story; splendid spacious barn with
superb equipments; nice family orchaid
and all kinds of fruits and berries. Two
and one-half miles from Coquille. All
farming implements included in price
asked. This is a good buy. Let us
show you tliis property. G ckk I terms.
Farm ers 4 8 3
of our pure fruit flavored soda is
a rare treat indeed. It is a drink
that always touches the right
spot. Stop in and have one to
day. You’ll enjoy every sip you
take. You’ll enjoy the renewed
vigor and energy it will impart.
All flavors and all good.
R. 8. K nowlton , President
G eo . A. R obinson
so n , Vice-Pros.
R. II. M ast , Cashier.
Price $ 3 0,0 0 0 . Good Terms
A G R E A T BIG G LASS
C tttC C td M d d d d O d M H d d tfK K tB C d ttd d d H d fftd d M td
Highly improved, one mile and a half
from Coquille; two residences and two
barns, one oi which is the finest in the
county; thirty head of fine blooded
cows, six horses, wagons anti farming
tools go with the place.
A G EN TS
K. 0. Dement,
A. J . Sherwood,
| National Bank o tjominerce. New York Oi
L. H, Hazard,
Crocker Woolworth N'lbonk, San Fraud
R.K. Shine. Flrat Nat'l Bank of Portland, Portland.
T r a n s a c t s a G e n e r a l R a n k i n g Businetan
WM. ODDY, M anaukk
2 f*U R E FR U IT FLAVOURS j
F IR S T N A TIO N A L B A N K
Board •( Olreetero.
He Received From
Nosier &. Norton
Phone Home 1 1 1
0. C SANFORD, Atti. Collier
L. H. HAZARD, Cttklir
O P C O Q U I l il iH , OR B O O N .
Real Estate Co.
D IS T R IB U T IN G
Am bassador and M rs. H errick _
A nd One of Their Grandsons
R. I.SHINE, V.-Prus.
; A J. SHERWOOD Pré».
Phones —H om e 1 0 6
F arm ers’ D ay 4 8 6
Night 2 6 3
Fred Von Pegert
But That Didn't Keep Him From Giv
ing His Nouel a Salt Gaa Flavor.
Tile stor.N is io UI by tile Bookman of
how a • ertain novel which was popu
iar three or four years ago got its set
“When the story was being planned
:Iic author, who has sane achieved a
literary position of considerable im
portance. though nut as a novelist.
«on id not hit upon just the right buck
lie needed a setting that
would hold Ins three p.’iu. ipal charac
ters. a woman and two men. together
for a period of ten or twelve «lays, de
spite the fad that the complications
o flh e tale Itself would inevitably have
moved one or the oilier of the men r«»
••He told a friend of hi* dilemma.
•Why. said the mentor, ‘put them on
board a slow going transatlantic liner,
one of the new boats’ ’But.* retorted
the novelist. ’I have never crossed the
oceau and know nothing about trails
atlautic liners.’ ‘That.’ said tin* other,
is a matter of easy remedy The —
sails at 10 tomorrow morning. Let us
go down at i) and put an end to your
“The next day the two visited the
ship In question, the author asking
questions of his friend and making oi»
ser vat ions and notes. The smoking
room was studied carefully as being
Just the place for the fight and certain
remote corners of the decks as suita
ble scenes for discreet and fervent
courtship. Before the clanging of the
gong, with its ‘All ashore who are going
-ashore’ message, tin* novelist closed
his notebook with the manner of a
man whose task is finished
“ *A year or so Inter.’ said the friend
who had directed the search for local
color. ‘I was crossing the ocean and gave
my friend’s hook to the captain of the
boat to read He did not « are so much
for the love passage, but what did
please him was to find at last a novel
1st writing of the sea who really knew
his subject lie had not read half a
dozen pages before he knew that here
was tlie real thing.* ”
C. I. Kime
KIME & VON PEGERT
CR O SSED
j BAXTER HOTEL
/ C O Q U IL L E G A R A G E
ME C H A N I C A L
H O R
G e n e r a l Blacksmithing,
Wagon Making, Machine
Work, Pattern Making and
Casting, Automobile Work.
1> O O O O O O O O O O C O O O < ^ O O C O O O O <
FRUIT B O XES
All Standard Sizes Constantly on Hand.
Special Sizes to Order
B E E S U P P L IE S
Orders Taken for Italian Queens
I. H. OERDING
P hone M ain 2 4 3
C O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N
Regular as the Clock
First-class fare only
Up freight, per ton
You are Sure
of a Perfect Match
E. & E. T. Kruse
24 California Street, San Francisco
“Y es, Madam, this fabric shows identically the
same details and color as would be shown in broad day
light. Y ou see I’m displaying the goods under the clear
white rays of this wonderful new General Electric Mazda
Lamp. It’s really the equivalent of daylight, and that’s
why all up-to-date stores are using it.
O f course there
are also other vital reasons, one of which is this: the G - E
Mazda Lamp gives tw ic e the light of the ordinary car
bon incandescent lamp -a n d c o s ts le ss to burn."
NOSLER & NORTON
Agents, Coquille, Oregon
O V E R 65 Y E A R S '
T h e invention of the M azds Lamp has caused thous
ands of people to have their houses and stores wired for
electric light. If you are n o t now using it, come in
for a moment to-day and let us p r o v e to y o u r entire
satisfaction that this wonderful new lamp hat made
electric light as cheap as it n convenient
D e s ig n s
C o s v w i o m t s Ac.
e th e r an
quickly a sc e rta in o u r opinion fr e e
tiiTenMon Is p ro b ab ly p aten tab le. C rmmtn Ira-
tlo n e9trte tly co n fid en tial. HAN0B00K o n P a te n t«
•ent free. O ldest ag en cy fo r se ctio n s: p a te n ts .
P a te n ts ta k e n th ro u g h M unn & C o. re c e iv e
t p f d a l notice, w ith o u t ch a rg e . In t h e
Scientific American. Uj Coquille RiverJElectric Co
andsom ely llln
strn fed wwkly.
w eekly. Largest
l a r g e s t efr-
cu lation o f any « r ie n tifle tou rnai. T w m s . 93 a
r e a r : fo u r m o n th s, |L Sold by all TtewerleHleri».
MUNN & Co. 361 Broadway, f|Jgyy Y 0 fj|
Branch O ffice, 636 F BL« Washington, D. C.