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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1914)
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
earn and quite a crowd o f young
town people, including Ernest F ol
They defeated the Norway
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY team 29 to 24, while tbe smaller
1 Reported for The Herald by the Title
Guarantee and Abstract Co.
Kilter** I as second class matter M.*y boys came out victorious in the pre-
8, 19tV>. at the poet office at Coquille. leii)inary 13 to 4. Tbe Norway boy»
Orvgjn, underact of Congress of .March played some excellent hall aud for
February 10, 1914.
a while things looked bad for our
A. G. Erickson to Juanita Dipi«l.
war. deed parcel of land in the Town of
boys, at the end of tbe flrst half tbe
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
«core standing 14 to 6 in favor of
J. E. Wallin« lo Dora Walling, q c. d.
Devoted to the material and social Norway. This was due partly per
1-8 interest in NW1. of SEW, Sec. 10,
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par
27. 8. R. 13 W W. M. $10.
ticularly and of Coos County generally.
Subscription, $1.60 per year in advance in the cabin of the launch going up
Chas. Herriot et ux to Emil E. Fraed-
and absorbed so much gasoline that
rick et ux. s ', of NK>4 anil S '* of
Phone Main 3*4.
SKl4 Sec. 22, Twp 29, S. K. 11 w\ w. m.
carburators were slightly
flooded when they first went on the officer o f the same lodge, Walter $3600.
TH OSE C A N A L TO LLS
Kehroarr 11 1914
floor This had worked off, how Sinclair, H . W
J. W. Feller et si to Kva Z. Crockett,
One view of the question of the ever, by the second half, and the Watson, J. S Lawrence R ock Rob
war deed, lot 2, blk •>, Feltera Add. to
passage through th I’an-m t cana boys put forth some speed and won inson, Mrs Walter Sinclair, Mrs Bandon. $100.00.
Ervy Wiloo* to Mrs. H. Wlt2chev,
of American vissels engaged in the after getting almost hopelessly be- J. S. Lawrence, Mrs M O. H aw
kins, Mrs. G eo Robinson, Mrs. w ar deed, lots 3 and 4, blk 7, Coaledo.
coastwise trade free of tolls is voiced i
G eo. Davis.
The com pany dis $500.00.
R I V E R T O N W IN S
by J. H. Upton in a Curry county ]
P. D Parrish to G. L. Parrish, war
Riverton High School defeated persed about midntght, with the deed, iwW of se'4 and «e'4, A lots 5 and
paper as follows:
Bandon High at Riverton Friday consciousuess that they bad taken 6, Sec. 1, Tp. 29 s r 12 w w m. Ate • lot
Our American transportation com evening by a score of 30 to 12 Tbe part in one o f the most successlul 7, SEQ of a w k and St- of 8E '4, Sec.
bines knew exactly wb»t they want game was fast and well p layed. and enjoyable affairs o f the kind 6, Twp. 2 > i r l l v v m .
J. P. Sheridan et al to I,. II. Pearce.
ed and why. when they induced the Harrison at guard and Simonson at ever seen here.
War. deed lot 7, blk 14, extension of
committee on platform to i .m rt that forward starred for Riverton. John
town of Myrtle Point, $1200.
Licenses to W e d
clause, but never so much as hinted ! nie Windsor played a good defen
U. 8. of A. to Israel A. Otto. Patent
at the true reason, which was, th a t 1 sive game for Bandon.
E3« of SEtJ A SW1, of SK14 . Sec 24
they desired a monopoly of that
Feb 17 -J o h n Hu-Ls, Helen J»r- and S W 1. of NEW, Sec. 25, Twp. 29 8.
The line-up was as follows:
R. 13 W W. M.
trade against all the world, so there
February 13, 1914.
will be nothing to restrain them H u tcb iosor^
Center W indsor
Feb. 17—jfm e s Krauklin Harden,
Joseph Hay to James T. Guerin et ux
from- charging* shipperj “ all the) Simonson
Harvey j Sarah Osborn Hay.
war. deed lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, blk l(i,
traffic will bear.’’ But it was everi Robertson
Feb. 17— Andrew Jackson Counts, Border and Benders Add. to Mvrtte
thus. Special privilege has, by one | Harrison
Cbatburn | Nellie JergensoD.
device and another, been enabled to | Floydson
Feb. 19— W dq
U. S. of A. to Daniel (ioldnloom. Pat-
levy unjust tribute upon mankind.
eut lots 1 and 2 and EL of NW>4, Sec.
The Bandon High second team Myrtle Matson.
As the same view is undoubtedly defeated the Riverton Eight Grade
Feb. 19— Fred W . Feiger, Ada 30, Twp 29 9. R. 11 W. W. M.
W. B. Whittington to K. B. Finley,
held by others who have not gone team 18 to 5 in a preliminary.
Agreement S W ‘4 of SW '4, Sec. 34:
NEW of SEW and lot 4, Sec. 33, Twp.
to the trouble of analyzing the situ
28 S. R. 13 W. W. M; also lot 4, ^ee.
Last W ee k o f Revival
ation, it might be well to do a little
4, Twp. 29 S. K. 13 NV. W. M.
analyzing of our own.
While it is
U. 8. of A. to Ernest W. Livermore.
Twenty Feet on the Bar
This is the last week o f the big
Patent S1^ of SEt£, Sec. 15, NE1^ of
usually safe to shut our eyes and
NEhi. Sec. 22, N\V‘ 4 of NWW, Sec. 23,
union revival meetings at the skat
strike out blindly whenever we ap
At s meeting 111 Bandoli last Twp. 29. S. R. 13 W. W. M.
ing rink. A great work is being
February 14, 1914
proach a question on one side of done, a total of 196 having already Wednesday, the P ort commission
Guy C. Rarnuin io MarslifieM Invest
which the corporations may be ar taken a stand for Christ and the passed resolutions declaring a pur
ment Co., war. <lee«l, lots 7 A 8. blk 25
rayed, yet there are ca«es where a Church. It is expected that this pose to obtain 20 feet of water on Railroad add. to Marshfield,
the bar and extenidog to Parkers
little bit of real thinking is permis-
Jas. H. Flanagan et ux to Lizzie
during the remaining days of the burg, a channel o f 14 feet if possible,
sable. This is one of ’em.
and not less than 12 fee* to Coquille. Bentz, war. dee«l, lot 21, blk. 10, Bunk-
erhill add. to Marshfield.
When we happeu to recollect
T b e evangelist, Rev. G eo W . Bonds to the amount of $250,000
that American ships already have a Taylor o f Los Angeles,is delivering bare been voted, to be issued in ette Willis et al, war. deed, lot 15. blk
2, Council Hill,
“ m onopoly” of the coastwise trade,
needed, and with the $90,000 which
for the rtas n that foreign ships are That of Sunday morning on " T b e
A. T. Kelley to Marie I. Kelley. War.
Power of M otherhood,” and the
deed lot 4, blk. 9, Sunset Park, Bandon
barred out and have bseu for a gen
one delivered to the men in the sure to appropriate, the prospects beach, $17.50
eration or so, we see that the afternoon on Chickens Come Home for great aud early improvement of
Alonzo E. Shirley et ux to A. T. Kel
ley, war. deed, lot 4. block 9, Sunset
“ c ause” has nothing whatever to to R oost” were feature sermons tbe harbor looks excellent.
Park, Bandon beach, $17.50.
do with the ability of the shipping and are of inestimable value to
John C. Warner et al to Fannie E.
Another Motor Installed
Albrecht et vir. War. deed ne*4 of s**1^
trust to charge “ all the traffic will Coquille aud community.
Unlailing detective” was the su b
sec. 33; lot 5, sec. 34. and part of Wm.
bear.” Tbe exemption from tolls
ject o f a strong message last night
The Coquille Laundry A Ice Com Rowland Donation Claim in secs. 27 and
34. Twp 30 s r 12 w w m. $10.
has nothiog to do with their mon based upon a portion of Num 32 :-
pany have installed a 71 horsepower
E. C. Rolierts et ux to Ynn E. Wat
opoly; they have that already. Hav 23 , “ Aud be sure your sins will find electric motor for its ice plant, re
kins, war deed lot 5, blk 20, Browns
ing tne monopoly, the imposition of you ou t.” Six persons responded placing the steam engine heretofore add. to Myrtl: Point, $!00.
A five horsepower motor
Albert W. H. Folsom et a I to W T..
tolls will be met by the simple pro to the invitation given at its close in use.
A feature song service was that
Forbee war. deed, parcel of land insec.
cess of adding tbe tolls to tbe o f Saturday evening when the big was installed in the laundry depart 36, twp. 27 a r 13 w w in in Coquille,.$10
ment a couple o f months ago, and
freight rates, and the dear public chorus platform was given over to
Gust Lane to H. Gustafnen, war. deed
its work was so satisfactory that Mr.
will pay them.
Not only tbe trust the boys and girls, the “ Sunshine Morrison recently went ¡Dto execu lot 23, blk 12, Bandon Heights, ainen 1*
ed plat. $200.
but the independent ship owners Booster Baud,” and their work was tive session with Manager McKenna,
Kate O L Frederick et vir to G. E.
will be under the same necessity; was so successful that the platform of tbe Oregon Power Co., and allow McGintie, war. deed, lots 7 and 8, blk 4,
will be given over to them again
there will be no advantage in tbe next Saturday night. Mr. Lane ed that gentleman to show him
Jas. T. Nosier et ux to Margaret A.
wh rein it would pay to substitute
draw. And the only effect on the will meet them for a thirty minute
electricity for steam in the ice de Hudson, war. deed lot 1. blk 49; lots 2,
3, 4, 5 and 6, blk 50. Elliotts add to Co
trust or its competitors will be that rehearsal on Friday afternoon and partment a’ so.
Coquille business quille, $1 00.
they must each charge enough extra agaiu on Saturday.
men may be conservative and care
Margaret A. I lull-on to Jas. T. Nos
Mrs. T aylor’s cornet solos and ful, but when they are shown they ier et ux, war. deed lot 1, blk 49: lots
freight to cover the tolls.
Paul’ s vocal solos continue to please are in for progress— and they get 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, blk 50, Elliotts add to
be a tax on the producers and con and add much to the interest and
there just tbe same.
sumers of goods which must pass helpfulness of every service o f song.
February 16, 1914.
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Mary A. Miller et vir to Herbert A.
through the canal
It will handicap The mate quartet is proving a pop
Standish, war. deed, 3 acres in sec. 17,
Standing of Contestants
Other voices have
our Western producers in compet ular feature.
twp 29 8 r 12 w w m,
been added to make it a double
ing in the Eastern or European
Adam Pershbaker et ux to C. B.
quartet a lew evenings. Mr. Frank
F ollow in g is the standing of the Zeek, q c deed lot l, sec 4, twp 28, s r
markets with foreign producers of Leslie aud this male chorus will
contestants in tbe piano contest at 14 w w m,
of se^ ’ ot sw>4, w1* of
the same kind of products.
It will sing an old favorite, “ T h e Wayside the Coquille Furniture Company:
nw ^ of 8e*4 <k lots 6 & 7, twp 27 s r 14
Zeek & Pershbaker
make the price of Eastern products Cross,” this evening. The sermon Lottie Williams—
higher on this coast. It will affect
Oscar Wickham et ux to city of Co
quille, b A* s deed right of way through
“ monopoly” or “ competition” not at
At 2:30 Saturday afternoon. Mr. Mabel W ilcox—
1,519,773 land in sec 36, twp 27 a r 13 w w m,
If we want to tax ourselves and Mrs. Taylor will conduct a
thus, merely to please Jobunv Bull service lor young unmarried women Mrs. Homer llolveratott— 553,325
P. M. Hall-Lewis to Caroline M. Mv-
it may be all right, but let us under and girls over 12 years ol age
Nora W ilkerson—
188,428 era et al q c d parcel of land in sec 36,
twp 27 s r 13 w w m
The sermon subjects for the re Mrs. Hal. Baxter—
stand it that way.
Emma N. Jones Estate to S. J. Mann
maining services are as follows: Eva K eeney—
103,200 et al, admr deed lots 5, 6, 7, 8 A 9, blk
Wednesday. “ The Judgem ent;”
2, South Bandon,
Thursday, “ Shoot or G ive Up the
G un ;” Friday, “ The Last Call;”
Give That Puny Child
Coquille lost her chance for the Saturday, “ T om orrow ;” Sunday,
(Crowded out last week)
county basket ball championship “ The Mission o f the Church T o
This Guaranteed Remedy
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Giles returned
last Friday night when they went ward Amusements,” the construe
from San Francisco last week.
down to defeat before the North tive answer to the amusements ser
If your child is under-weight, listless,
Giles got homesick for Myrtle Point.
Bend team on the home floor, the mon of last w eek; 2 : 30 , “ Forces
Mrs. Ethel Dodge and s o d came ailing, liable to get sick easily, it needs
medicine to build its weight and
score being 18 to 14
It was the
back from Santa Rosa on the same strength. For this purpose there is
hardest fought, fastest and most ex 7 ; 3 o “ T oo L ate.”
nothing else we know of we can so
citing game neen in tbe county for
Fred Haines, civil engineer, who strongly endorse as Rexall Olive Oil
years and the North Benders were
Emulsion. The remarkable success of
K nights o f Pythias Celebrate has beeu connected with the Smith- this
splendid medicine is due to the fact
compelled to work hard for every
that it contains ingredients that tone
point made. Bowen, playing center
The fittieth anniversary of the bis position last week, and he and the nerves, enrich the blood and fur
for North Bend, who had made
nish to the entire system the strength,
quite a reputation for himself before founding o f tbe Order of K nights of his wife have returned to their weight and health-building substances
it needs. And. it does all this without
exceeded all previous achievements Pythias was celebrated here last Marshfield home.
J. Pressler and wife are back injuring the stomach. In fact, Rexall
and scored the entire 18 points for Thursday evening by Lycurgus
Olive Oil Emulsion is not only pleasant
his team. The home boys played b Lodge No. 72 , K of P. and Justus from Oakland, California, where to take, but even the most sensitive
an excellent game but in extremely Temple No. 35 , Pythian Sisters they went last fall.
stomach is benefited by it, and the di
bard luck as far aa basket shooting An open session of the lodge was
Mrs. Randlemsn and son and gestion improved. On the other hand,
was concerned. North Bend came held to which a large number of daughter and Mr. Chisholm were it contains no alcohol or habit-forming
drugs, which most parents object to
over on an excursion train and was invited guests were welcomed. A up for a short visit with Mrs Broad- giving
their children. It does its good
accompanie 1 by a Urge number of special ritualistic service arranged bent and family last week.
work by taking hold of the weakness
o f rootera The game was witnessed
The church social for tbe new and builds the oody up to its natural
by the largest ciowed in the history culated to impress the visitors with members of the Christian church on strength, at the same time making it
o f the local high school, if not in the high aims and purposes, 1 nd Friday evening was well attended strong to resist disease.
If Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion doesn’ t
the history o f the countr, the hdal outlining the history and princi and a pleasant time was had.
build your child up, feed the stunted,
gate receipts amounting to f!)4 50,
* puny muscles, and make the little one
Mr. Ellis Dement and Miss Ce lively, strong, well, and full of the ani
while many were turned awav for At its conclusion a special program
mal spirits children are meant by na
arranged by the Pythian Sisters was
lack of room.
W ill Carleton’ s pantomime home of the bride’s parents on ture to have, come back and tell us and
Myrtle Point will play here next i given
Wednesday an 1 left for Portland get your money hack. We don’t want
Saturday night and anoth-r good o f "T h e Three Lovers” was enact
you to lose a cent. We think this is no
and other n rthern point* on their more than fair, and it leaves you no
game ia expected.
cause to hesitate. For old people also—
defeated Marehfleld last Friday and
for convalescents—for all who are nerv-
have strengthened their team to a O A Mintonye, Perry Lawrence
! ous. tired out, run-down, no matter
Little Mary W at
considerable extent since their List and F. C True
what the cause- we offer Rexall Olive
son sang a juvenile song that took
Oil Emulsion with the same guarantee
game with Coquille.
Notice to Creditors
entire satisfaction or money back.
The standing of the teams at
Sold only at the 7,000 Rexall Stores,
Hatch tavored the company with
present is as follows:
Notice is hereby given that th» un and in this town only by us. $ 1 . 00 —
Lost a vocal solo that was much appre dersigned has been duly appointed by Fuhrman's Pharmacy, Coquille, Oregon.
County Court for Coos ( ounty, Ore
banquet, or in ordinary English, gon,administrator with the will annexed
Sh elled Nuts.
a “ chicken supper ”
It is better of the estate of Rose E. Pershbaker, de
Nuts when bought ready shelled
ceased and that all persons having claims
«gainst said estate are hereby notified should be scalded, dried In the oven
their Ladies are noted lor the u n that they are required to present the and put away In glass Jam.
approachable excellence o f their same properly verified and with vouch
THE N O R W A Y GA M E
chicken suppers W C Chase act- i ers therefor to the undersigned at his
An independent team composed ed as toastmaster, and among thr office in Coquille, Coos County. Oregon M O F F I T T
within six months from the Date of this
W S M O F F IT T . P ro n
o f "B u ck y ” M aet, Keith Leslie, speakers were G eo. Blake and G eo notice.
Perry Lawrence,Stpwart Norton and Ross, Chancellor Commander ami
Dated this 23rd day of February, 1914.
$ 1 .0 0 per day and up
A. J . SHERWOOD.
Roy A r e n went to Norway on the Past Chancellor respectively,
Spécial Attention to
launch Queen, Saturday night ac- Myrtle L odge N o 3 . Marshfield,
annexed of the estate of Rose
e m p a ied by a junior independent F A. G olden, lor many years an
2-24-5t E Pershbaker, deceased.
The Coquille Herald
TIDE WATER” MILL CD.
S H E R IF F S
F O I t F C I jO S -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
under and by virtue o f the Execution
and order of sale isaued out of the
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for the County of Coos, on the 2nd
day of December, 1913. In a certain
suit wherein John R. Miller Is pi: ta
riff, and A. H. Stutsman and Emma F
Stutsman. Flanagan & Bennett Bank.
C. D. Mael and A. S. Hammond and
C. R. Hammond, partners doing I Ha
rness as the Title & Trust Com
pany, and B. F. Willey and Willi im
Schroeder, composing the firm of
Willey & Schroeder. are defenda' ts,
being case No. 2944 of said co rt,
and commanding me to sell said i >al
property hereinafter described to iat-
Isfy the sum of $2581.67 with in■ er-
tst thereon at the rate o f ten ier
cent, per annum since the 14th da: of
June 1911, less the sum of $500 00
paid on said judgment. Septemper 16,
1911 and less tbe further sum of
1911, and the further sum of $240 00
attorney fees, and costs • taxed at
$23.60, being the amount of pli ta
riff's judgment: also the sum of
$115.76 with Interest at the rati of
six per cent, per annum from ‘ he
14th day of June 1911, and attorney
fees o f $50.00, and costs taxed at
$10.00, being the amount of Wi ley
& Schroeder judgment, and also ihe
further sum of $1087.01 with In cr
est at the rate of 8rc per annum
from the 14th day of June 1911, to
gether with attorney fees to the
amount o f $150.00, and costs taxed
at $11.00; I sold all of block 26 E.
B. Dean & Co.'s Addition to the
town of Marshfield, Coos County,
Oregon, according to the plat thereof
on file and of record in the office of
the County Clerk of Coos County.
Oregon, to Flanagan & Bennett Bank
for $2644.20, and sold the dwelling-
house situated thereon, separate and
apart from said real property, which
said dwelling-house is generally
known as the Stutsman residence to
the said Flanagan & Bennett Bank
for the sum of $500.00 on the 10th
day o f January, 1914, and in pur
suance of the Order of the Circuit
Court of Coos
made In said above entitled court and
cause on the 24th day of February,
1914, setting aside said sale and or
dering a re-sale of said premises, ami
directing that execution Issue thereon
for the enforcement of said Decree
and Order, and in pursuance of the
Execution issued in pursuance of
said Order received as of the date
of said order, to-wit, on the 24th
day of February, 1914, issued out
of said court, requiring me to sell
said property for the satisfaction of
said judgment and as by said decree
and said order of court directed, di
recting and requiring that I sell ihe
property aforesaid exclusive of the
house, to the highest and best bidder
for cash, and that I receive no bid for
said property exclusive of the house,
for a less sum than the bid of the
Flanagan & Bennett Bank of $2,-
644.20, which shall be deemed to be
renewed and continued; and that I
sell the building located upon Ihe
eastern portion of
known as the Stutsman reslden :e.
and that I receive no bid for same,
except in excess of the bid of the
Flanagan & Bennett Bank of $500.t 0,
which said bid is deemed to be re
newed and continued. I did levy on
the property hereafter described,
and I will on the 26th day of March,
1914, at the hour of ten (10) o ’clock
in the forenoon of said day at th»
front door of the County Court
House in the City o f Coquille, Ore-
gon, sell at public auction to the
highest and best bidder for cash,
all of the right, title and interest of
said defendants, jointly and several
ly, in and to the following describ
ed property, to-wit:
All of Block 26 in E. B. Dean &
Co.'s Addition to the Town of Marsh
field, according to the plat thereo'
on file and of record in the County
Clerk's office, Coos County Oregon,
being generally known and described
as the Stutsman residence property,
the same not to Include the dwelling-
house of A. H. Stutsman thereon, but
all other buildings, together with
the tenements, hereditaments and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging, or
in any wise api>ertaining. and also at
said time and place aforesaid, sell
the dwelling house located upon the
E v ery P art of the A rt of
has Had Our Careful
eastern portion of said property be
known and described as the Stutsman
Said property will
sold seperate from the dwelling-
house thereon, and no bid for the
said block 26 exclusive of the dwell
ing will be received except for a
greater sum than the amount of the
bid of Flanagan & Bennett Bank of
$264 4.20, which is deemed to be re
newed and continued, and no bid
will be received for the dwelling-
house located upon said above de I
scribed property heretofore referred
to except in excess of the bid of the
Flanagan & Bennett Bank of $500.00
which shall be deemed to be renewed
DATED this 24th day of February,
W. W. GAGE,
Sheriff of Ceos County, Oregon.
Pub Feb. 24. Mch 3, 10, 17, 24.
Start the Day Right
by h a v in g a
Albers Bros. Cerials
Notici to Creditors
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has lx en duly appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of William
P»nter, deceased and that all persons
having claims a rainst said estate are
hereby notified hat thev are required
to present the rime duly verified and
with the propei vouchers therefor to
the undersigned at the office of A. J.
Sherwood in Conuil1e. Coos County, Or
egon within six months from the date
of this notice.
Dated this 17th day of February 1914.
W. R. ~
Finish out the Breakfast with
W ellm an’s
Pure Maple Syrup
and some slices of
Notice of Final Settlement
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has filed in the County Court
for Coos County, Oregon his final a c -1
count in the matter of the estate of
Perry H. Brewer, deceased and that
the said County Court has set the 5th
day of March, 1914 as the day and the
County Court Room in the County
Court House at Coquille, Coos County,
Oregon as the place for hearing objec
tions to said fine! account nnd the set
tlement of said state.
Dated this C .tn day of January, 11*14.
Perry II. Brewer, Jr.,
Exec, or of the estate
and o* the last will and
testament of Ferry H.
Then you wiil have a
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T h e M o d e l G ro c e ry on th e C o rn e r
OF INTEREST TO FARMERS
G rass S e e d
G a rd e n S e e d
O n io n S e t»________
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(Takes the place of lime and sulphur solution)
Tonic For Stock
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and require but a fration of the space requir
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Maintainance and up-keep on motors are
With Central Station electric service your
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as needed. This company is always ready to
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Central station service is elastic It isadapl-
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methods to turn out the
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From the Central Door & Lumber Company,
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prices this season.
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we would be glad to add you to
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C o m m e r c ia l M e n l COQUILLE
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Farmers Phone 461
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