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Real Estate Co.
WM. ODDY, M anager
Two Doors South P. O.
H AM S, BACO N
key, w’as stirred by a revival. She
Straightway asked leave to visit a wo
man whom she had Injured and to
whom she had not spoken for ten
years. When she trudged through the
snow three or four miles to ask her
“enemy's” forgiveness her relatives
w’ere sure she had gone daft, but the
next day when she came hack to the
hospital she said. "W e made peace,
aud the stone In ray heart Is goue.”
PR O PE R TY
Highly improved, one mile and a half
from Coquill^; two resiliences and two
barns, one of which is the finest in the
county; thirty head of fine blooded
cows, six horses, wagons and farming
tools go with ihe place.
Nosier Sc Norton
D IS T R IB U T IN G A G E N T S
Phone Home 111
F a m o u s O ld C o lo n ia l C h u rc h .
St. Michael's, In Charleston. S. C.. at
the time of its completion In 1701 was
the finest church edifice In the United
States and one of the very few entirely
No. 16. 85 Acres
of masonry construction, including the
Good bottom land, nearly all in cultiva tower ns far aa the belfry. It now
tion; tine 8-room residence, all modern stands apparently as firm as the day it
and up-to-date, good aood house 26x28 was dedicated. Work on it was begun
two-story; splendid spacious barn with In 1752. Like almost all the colonial
superb equipments; nice family orchard churches, tills one suffered vicissitudes
and all kinds of fruits and berries. Two during the Revolutionary war. its rec
tor was a Tory aud was compelled to
and one-half miles from Coquiile. All
resign, leaving the Church affairs in a
farming implements included in price somewhat chaotic condition. Material
asked. This is a good buy. Let us ly It suffered through the loss of its
show you this property Good terms
leaden roof, which was removed to fur
nish bullets for the colonial rifles.—Ar
“ Most people are of the Impression
that the diamond is more valuable
Twenty-five acres bottom, 3fi acres in than any other Jewel stone, hut weight
cultivation; good new house and barn; for weight the oriental ruby costs
fine spring water; good orchard! 25,000 many times what the tiuest diamond
feet fine timber; close to good school of the Kimberley field will bring.” said
and church; on good county road eight a dealer, who bus lately returned from
miles from Coquiile. A money maker. a trip to the East Indies. "For in
stance, a fine 11 carat ruby sold In
London a few years ago for $35.000.
Price $60 per Acre
An 11 carat diamond in the market
would not bring anything like this
sum The smaller sized diamonds and
pigeon blood rubles are not so wide
No. 12S. 160 Acres
apart In price, hut real rubies are
Good new bouse and barn; 35 acres of steadily in the lead in all gem mar
bottom land in cultivation; 20 acres kets.” — Chicago News.
.rood timber; close to school and church;
nicely located eight ai d one-half miles
W h a t H e T h o u g h t o f R e p o rte rs .
from Coquiile. A genuine snap. Terms
When Fred Kelly first broke into
to suit purchaser.
Cleveland journalism he was put on
police. One uight he was sent to a big
Price $52.50 per Acre
fire down on the flats
named Brown was sent with him The
fire was a whale, and presently Brown
A wall had fallen, and
No. 130. 10 Acres
Kelly was sure Brown was under it.
No. 1 bench land, one mile and half He rushed to the telephone and called
from Coquiile; six acres in cultivation up bis city editor.
“ Say.” he shouted into the telephone.
ill in orchard and strawberries; good
5-room house; two barns and a silo; 15 “ Brown is gone! lie's burned .ip!”
“ What’s that?” asked the city editor
tands of hoes; three dozen chickens;
“ Brown is burned up. I tell you! He
all household furniture; horse, buggy fell Into the tire!”
and fanning tools. A dandy, profitable
“ All right.“ said the city editor, hang
and pleasant little home. Half cash, ing up the telephone. “ I'll send a noth
balance to suit purchaser.
er man.” —Saturday Evening Post.
Stickney Ga sol i ne Enei nes
A R E THE B E S T
Don't Try It
You can't get something for noth
ing, neither can you get a gasoline
engine for less than its worth. You
g et exactly what you pay for when you trade with us. And
when we sell you a Stickney Engine, every dollar you give us
Nosier & Norton
Roseburg-Myrtle Point Auto Line
J. L. L A IR D , Proprietor
Leaves Mrytle Point daily at 7 o ’clock
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
in C o n n e c t i o n
Carrying United States Mail and Passengers’ Baggage
O ffice at L o r d 's L iv e r y B arn , M y r lle P o in t
H om e T e le p h o n e 4 6 1.
F a n n 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-
Imndry, Dairy Husbandry, Bacteriology
ltotany 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,
No. 61—Good 7-room resilience, all
modern conveniences, hot and cold
water, nice barn, orchard and all kinds
if berries. Six lots, four of which are
good bottom— the best for gardening
purposes. Two blocks from court house,
October 2, 9,1«, 22, 30
Real Estate Co.
From Coos Bay
PAUL L STERLING, Agent
October 5, 12. 19, 2«
Phone Main 181
WM . ODDY, M axagkr
Two Door« South P. O.
a la r g e u u iu b tr o f am us
in g le tters re ce iv ed
b y D a v id B el
asco was the fo llo w iu g :
“ W is h in g to
w o u ld
“ V e n e e re d S ir:
gu on th e s ta g e, 1
H a v e been
years, b u t
h a v in g
b rick la y er
Op 'tied for Busines March. 1 9 0 9
fa ile d
in g , the same b e in g e a sier w o rk .
am n o t y o u n g , b u t six
s to ck in g fe e t.
fe e t in
Ladd & Tilton Bank. Portland
National Park, New York
First National Bank, San Francisco
First Trust & Savings, Coos Bay
I I eve stu d ied elocu
tio n and am fon d o f late bours.
Who’s Who in Mal.lmony
Sm ith and Jon es
w ere d iscu ssin g
W ALLING’S AUTO LIVERY
the qu estion o f w h o shou ld be the
S P E C IA L T R IP S
bead o f the house— th e man
A n y w h e r e — A n y tim e
o r the
“ I am
tb e bead o f
my esta b lish
NEW CAR AND GOOD SERVICE
m e n t,’ ’ said Jones. “ I am tb e b rea d
w in n er.
W h y s h o u ld n ’ t I b e ? ’ ’
“ W e ll,”
my w ife
re p lie d
w e re
“ b efo re
m a rried
m ade an a g ree m e n t tb at I
Farmer^ H D a y 4 8 6
S „ nd . !
B A X T E R
H O T E L
I C O Q U IL L E G A R A G E
m ake the ru lin g s in ull m a jor th in gs,
m y w ife in all m in o r.”
“ H o w bus it
w o rk ed ?’ ’
q u eried
Fred Von Pegert
C. I. Kime
S m ith sm iled . " S o fa r ,’ ’ be re p li
ed, “ o o
m a jor m atters
Birds o f a Feather
p u rs tr’s
arm w ith a g e n tle , ecclesiastic pres
“ I w o u ld tx p la in to y o u ,” be
b ega n , “ th a t I am v ery much p lea s
ed w ith
m y ro o m m a te.
T h a t is, 1
a g en tlem an iu
spect, and ‘ I
w o u ld n ’ t
K IM E &
T h e b ish o p g ra sp e d tbe
S H O P
G e n e r a l I lacksmithing,
Wagon Making, Machine
Work, Pattern Making and
Casting, Automobile Work.
th in k — e r — my c o m in g to you with
th ese valu a bles
is — e r— any re fle c
tion upon him , y o u know .
H is up
pearauce is — e r — iu e ve ry w a y ----- ’ ’
“ O b, th a t’s all r ig h t , ”
p u rser,
in te r r u p t
“ T h e gen tlem a n
has been to me w ith his ow n va'ua-
hies, aud be
says tb e sam e th in gs
ab o u t y o u .”
Stenography and typ ew ritin g foi
business and piofeisiou al men expe
ditiou sly transacted at the H erald
office. A ll work entrusted to us
F LO U R
M otor T ru ck s
Coquiile, Ore. 1
Directory o f each City, Town and
Village, g iv in g descriptive sketch of
each place, location, population, tele
g ra p h , sh ip p in g and banking point;
also C lassified Directory, compiled by
business and profession .
R. L Pol K 41 CO.. BRATTLE
In A Class By Itself
Our sales plan enables your truck to
pay for itself.
Remember you buy direct from the
manufacturer. No commissions or bo
nuses to pay.
There are no jokers in this proposition,
just practical, good business perception
on our part, which accommodates a
long-felt need among many present and
would-be truck users.
A simple note of inquiry, which will be
treated as strictly confidential, will re
ceive our prompt response.
Address E. E. GERLINGER
688 Washington St.
M P A R T I A L tests made by The Columbus Labo
ratories of Chicago give F isher ' s B lend F lour
a higher rating than that o f the Dakota all-IIanl
Wheat P5tent Flour.
Considering that this scientific combination o f East
ern Hard Wheat and Western S oft Wheat costs you
from 20 to 25% less than what has always been con
sidered the highest grade o f breadstuff, you can readily
see that it will pay you to insist on having
F is h e r ’ s
F lo u r
For Sale by All Dealers
p|SHER FLOURING MILLS CO. SEUASTTALE
C re s c e n t R an g es
R E N O W N E D — R E LIA B LE
M ade by the Pacific Stove and Range C o., St. Johns, Oregon
Regular as the Clock
a n d Bandon
First-class fare only
Up freight, per ton
E. & E. T. Kruse
Largest S t o c k
of Ranges in
Fourteen Ranges on
24 California Street, San Francisco
NOSLER & N O R TON
Agent«, Coquille, Oregon
OVER 6S YEARS'
From Portland 9 A. M.
September 4. 9, 14, 19. 24, 29
® r Parties having property for sale
or houses for rent will find it to their
O R E G O N and W A S H I N G T O N ’
advantage to list same with the
A L W A Y S ON T IM E
September 2, 7, 12, 17. 22
Choice residence lots in all parts of
the city from $200 up.
OLD R E LIA B LE — EQUIPPED W IT H WIRELESS
It is said there is nothing which
diffuses itself more quickly in a
family than the coolness, indifference
and discontent which manifest them
selves in the countenances ol one of
its members. This thought is not
absolutely true. There are some
things which communicate them
selves with as much rapidity and
more force. T h ey are a bright
smile, a frank and open manner, a
cheerful face, a happy heart. 1 here
is enough misery in the world w ith
out a fding to it a single frown. A
cheerful face is always welcome.
No. 63—Four-room house anti two lots
for $650. A good buy.
■ e a
W h e n O ’C o n n e ll R e fu s e d to F ig h t.
There were all sorts of ways of get
ting out of a duel formerly, as well as
of getting luto oue. N. P Willis re
[No. 132. 10 Acres
cords a conversation with Moore at
Fine residence; orchard ; half bottom Lady Rlessington’s in which Moore
land; good improvemen.s; one mile defended dueling as “ the great pre-
freni Coquiile. Reasonable terms.
server of the decencies of society.”
He was condemning O'Connell for not
O’Connell pleaded his
wife's illness and delayed until the
Some other Irish
patriot about the same time refused
No. 138. 220 Acres
a challenge on account of the Illness
Fine stock ranch, best in Coos county of his daughter, aud a Dublin wit
and cheapest on our list, all things con made a good epigram on the two:
sidered. Thirty acres bottom land in Some men with n horror of slaughter
Improve on the Scripture command
cultivation; 7 acres hill land in oats; a And
honor th e ir wife and their daughter,
good quantity of saw timber* fine stream
That their days may be long in the land
water running through place; good out
range for stock, new 9-room residence;
Great Britain has had literary con
good barn and outside buildings; good
orchard ; place well fenced. All farming suls ns well as the United States.
implements, mower, rake, cultivators, Charles Lever, the Irish novelist, for
plows i nd other tools usually found up Instance, was British consifl at Spezzla
on a first-class ranch; wagon, harness; and Trieste during the last fifteen
150 head of old goats and 40 or 50 kids years of his life and was succeeded at
Trieste In 1872 by Sir Richard Burton,
go with the place. Good terms,
the traveler, who wrote many of his
best books there. Including his trnnsla
tion of the "Arabian Nights," and died
there In 1800. And one must not forget
that most prolific but nearly forgotten
CITY PR O PE R TY
writer, G. P. R. James, who turned
No. 43—One 6-room residence and lot out his three novels a year for about
forty years, was British consul at Nor.
50x100, within four blocks of postoffice.
folk. Va.. nnd died as consul general at
Terms if desired. Price $1,500.
Venice In I860.—London Graphic.
No. 47—One good residence and lot
within five blocks postoffice, $1,500.
No. 55— Nice house and barn, 1^*
acres, fine orchard; eight blocks from
postoffice, Price $4,500.
School Year Opens September 20th
No. 51—Choice residence anti lot 50x
100, four blocks from postoffice, $1,800.
Q Catalogue an i illuftralsd literature mailed free on application.
Address Registrar, Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis, Oregon.
R. E.SHINE, V.-Prcs.
Eligible for the Stage
branch h ave d ecid ed to take up a c t
Price $30,000 . Good Terms
NOSLER & N O R T O N
A J. SHERWOOD Pré«
FIR ST N A T IO N A L B A N K
About what you put
into your Stomach P
... - — i f you are
Sr G et
Drowned on Ike Rosf
S om e B .-idf E p ita p h * .
The following are among the ir le f
R o b e r t K iu v ela , e m p lo y e d by a
L. H. «AZARO, Cashier
0. C. SANFORD, Asst. Cashier
and curioua epitaphs seen In Euro|>ean'
cemeteries; At Worcester. England, coraet fa c to ry, waa d ro w n e d o o the
the slab erected over a departed auc to p o f a tw elv e -sto ry b u ild in g in
tioneer Is inscribed with a single word. I E a s t S ix teen th stre et, N e w Y o r k
“Gone.'* In Sussex the initials and date
o p COQUIUliB, ORBQOP.
C ity , w hen he w en t to clean the
of the death of the deceased ure fol
lowed by two words. “ He was." On
T ra n s a c ts a G en eral B a n k in g B u sin e ss
the monument of Charles the Great o f g e d from h eavy raius. T h e suction
Baird at Dlraetara.
Germany the brief inscription Is ” Ca-
o f a fo o t and a h a lf o f w a ter drew
ralo Magno.” The most remarkable Is
R. O. Dement,
A. J. Sherwood.
j Nation.) Bank o Commerce, N r« Yorl < i
at Cane Hill cemetery. Belfast, where
L. H. Hazard,
Urooker Woolworth N'lBank, San Franc!
Ihe Inscription says. “ I-eft till called d ers. D e rp ite th e e ffo rts o f th ree,
R. K. Shine. I Find Nat’l Bank of DurHamt.
com pa n ion s to p u ll him o u t th e few
in ch es o f w a ter w hich c o v e re d his
S to n e In th e H e a rt.
R. S. KNOW4.TON, President
A Greek woman employed I d the face d ro w n e d him.
R. H. M a s t , Cashier
American hospital In Caesarea. Tur
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