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O ur Hom e W om en
H ave B eautiful H air
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Reported for The Herald by the Title j
time you go to the theater or
Guarantee and Abstract Co.
IF I FAIL TO CURE any CANCER or TUMOR to Next
the “ movies” just notice, if you
POOR C U R E D AT HALF PttlC I OR FREE
lease, how many of our home ladies
ave beautiful hair—glossy, lustrous,
February 27 1914
NO KNIFE. OR PAIN
Then, if you will
U. 8 . of A. to Win. H. Cathie, patent
NO PAY UNTIL CURED I
pick out five or ten o f those whose hair 1 bit 2, sw»£ of neVJ, & w 1 of eet^, see 2,
b , W »R *H T «.
No X '
seems to be particularly pretty and twp. 30 i r 12 w w m
Kay or other
will ask them what they use on it, we
Johanna Robertson to Koinau Catbo-
3-day painleaa plaster |
feel sure that at least more than half
ANY TUMOR, LUMP
of Grcgoii, " Ar
* SORE ..o lb , 1 » . FACE
18 A 17, blk
bl 51, Nortli Bend.
tifier.” It is fast becoming the rage beed, loi
or body long is CANCER.
It Never Pains Until Last
with both men and women who are par $1000 00
120 PAGE BOOK
Kdwd. Donellv to lioman Catholic
ticular about the appearance o f tneir
sent free; testimonials l
Archbishop, q c d lots 18 A 19, b:k 51,
o f TNOUSANOS C U R E D ---------
Sprinkle a little Harmony Hair Beau- North Bend. $53.93
Coos Bay Towneite Co. to II. A.
tifier on your hair each time before
I BELIEVE IS ALWAYS CANCER, and ALWAYS poison*
brushing it. Contains no oil; will not Thompson, war deed lot 24, blk 41, Coos
deep glands In the armpit and K I L L S Q U I C K L Y
I swear we have C U R E D 1 0 , 0 0 0 . Go see some
A. N. Treadgold et al to State of Ore
»rlti Q|(j 0 j- A Mrs. CHAMLEY RBOUT°CANCER :
To keep hair and scalp dandruff-free gon Game Preserve Agreement sl2 of
and clean, use Harmony Shampoo.
swk4 of se»£t lot 9, sec 3, twp 30 *
a b *«36 sv“ i “ " L I t " “ am ' francisco "1 c a l
This pure liquid shampoo gives an in r 14 w w in
KINDLY MAIL this to someone with CANCER
stantaneous rich lather that immediate
A N. Treadgold et ux to State of Or
ly penetrates to every part o f hair anti'
egon, Game Preserve Agreement lots 2,
scalp, insuring a quick, thorough clean
Washed off just as quiekly, the 3. it 4, eve 2, twp 30 e r 14 w w m
Catherine Parker et al to G. M. Farr,
entire operation takes only a few mo
Contains nothing that can sheriff’s deed, lota 17, 18, 19 tt 20 blk
North Bend. $1149.57
harm the hair; leaves no harshness or
Avis Z. Jackson to M. J. Zeek q c d
Both preparations come in odd-shaped, e}4 uf ne,1^ of nw’ i, sec 4, twp 28 s r 14
very ornamental bottles, with sprinkler w; ?}4 of swV4 of sw1 $ & w)a of n w ^
tops. Harmony Hair Bcautitier, $1.00. of sw14 & lots 0 <k 7, sec 33, twp 27 s r
Harmony Shampoo, 50c. Both guaran 14 w w m $1 00
teed to satisfy you in every way, or
Clayton B. Zeek et ux to United
your money back.
Sold only at the States of America q c d ely of
more than 7,000 Rexall Stores, and in nw’ 4, sec 4. twp 28 s r 14 w, A sw1^,
this town only by us. — Kuhrman’s Phar 0 h >4 of n e ^ .w ^ nw‘ 4 of sel4, nw1^ of
macy, Coquille, Oregon.
awjJ of se14, e*.» of 8e '4 of rw 14, sec 33,
twp 27 8 r 14 w w m
E. N. Smith to Frank W. Wright,
war deed lots 5 to 18, 1>1 k 19, Smith’s
Firnt Add. to Bandon. $10.00
Ira R. hangloi*« to W. R. Wells war
need It»' 4 1)1 k 4. Bennetts Bandon Beacli
C. V. liolbr *ok et ux to Margaret C.
Hanaran (| c <1 h. intere«i in l o t 5 A 0.
blk 2, Wool« n Mill Add to Handon
Any Lump Woman s Breast
Fi r e w o o d
QHICHCSTr A L M t O l VFF • : •
i l l ' IM A
L u d i«* .! A m L j .«
< U4bM*(er'H F *i
P i l l s in lit .1
boats, scaled with
Win. K. R id «dale et ux to .Maude
(aiders w ir deetl lot 1, b'K 2. Highland
Park Add to Bandon. $10.00
Fannie L. M. Carpender to Carl M*
Nelson et ux war deed 65-100 of an acre
on Coos River. 133.33
W. J. White et al to McPhereon-Gin-
Her Co. She 1 iffs deed lots 14 A 15. Uk 20
Portland Add to Bandon. $519.53
February 28 1914
CI1.18. P. Kidd et ux to Win. K. Cleg
horn «*t ux war deed parcel of land in
s c 30, twp 28 8 r 15 vv w in. $100.00
Mary Fletcher to John \Y. Motlev. q
c d lot 1, btk 3, Soutii Marsh Held $10.00
John W. Motley et ux to lUniiett
Trust Co war deed iiu^, swl4 A e 1« ui
-el4 of lot 1, blk 3, South Marshnel l
T a k e no other. • y .1' > • ir
U r a ic lA l. Ask for I .Ji M i. - a i . i l r
DIAM O\l> IMI \ N !> I •!.! >. fnr ï ô
years known as Desi, La» ._t..
SOLD BY ORUGfiiST 5 .......... " ^
Theo. Beriiinan,Slioeil Ig.Co.
I V pjT
$ 10 .
The Celebrated Hera m an n Shoe
T h e S tr o n g e s t n n d N e a re st W a te r
P r o o f s h o e m a d e fo r lo g g e r s , m in e rs
p r o s p e c t o r s a n d m ill m e n .
21 Thurman Street
P o r t l a n d , O regon .
Regular as the Clock
S a n F ran cisco
a n d B andon
First-class fare only
Up freight, per ton
E. & E. T . K ruse
24 California Street, San Francisco
Every Part of the Art of
Has Had Our Careful
It is our business, so it
is necessary th at we use
the very best and latest
methods to turn out the
best work possible
Our service is at your command.
If you art* not already a customer
we would lie glad to add you to
our boat of satisfied patrons.
J . E. NORTON
IN THE BARN
E a s ie r to U s e
C h e a p e r to U se
¡ r o í
IN T H E
NEW SIFTER CAN
T U S T as much as
*■" you want— no more
-com es out o f the
new s i f t i n g top. You
add a lot of water, and
the strongest cleanser
known is ready for use.
It is liquid muscle.
W h e re v e r there is
dirt, wherever germs
breed, wherever there
is an offensive odor—
for house, barn, anv-
wherc— there is noth
ing that can equal it
H ig h e s t in Stre n g th
B u t N o t in P r i c e
Y o u U » e l e s s — It L a s t s L o n g e r
Write fo r b*>oh!et showing many u m «,
Valuable presents fo r the labels.
Write fo r catalog.
B. T. 8 A B B IT T
P. O . B o x 1 7 7 0
N e w Y o r k C it y
O n e s C o n s id e re d W a s te , It Is N o w
V e r y V a lu a b le P ro d u c t.
R. E.SHINE, V.-Pres.
HAZ. (0, Cullili
0. C SANFORD. Am Cashier
F IR S T
N A T IO N A L
B A N K
V O N PEGERT
S H O P
Real Property on Foreclosure
Notice of Final Account
Notice is hereby given, That by vir
tue o f an execution duly issued out of
the Circuit Court of the State o f Ore
Notice is hereby given that the under
gon, for the County of Coos, and to me signed has did her final account in the
directed on the 24th day of February, matter of the estate o f James L.
1914 upon a judgment and decree duly Thompson, deceased, and the county
rendered, entered of record and docket court of Coos County, Oregon, has set
ed in and by said Court on the 7th day Wednesday, the 8th day o f April, 1914,
o f January, 1914 in a certain suit then at 10:00 A. M. ns the time, and the
in said Court pending, wherein William county court room in the Court House
Grimes was plaintiff and Mary E Sibel, at Coquille, Oregon, as tho place for
J A. Ward and Minnie S. Ward, wife hearing objections to said final account
of said J. A. Ward and Millicoma De and for the settlement of said estate.
velopment Company, a corporation, and
Dated this loth day o f March, 1914.
J. A. Munday were defendants in fa
L i la E t t a T h o m pso n ,
Administratrix o f the estate
vor of plaintiff and against said defend
ants by which execution I ain com
of James L. Thompson, de
manded to sell the property in said ex 3-10-5t
ecution and hereinafter described to
pay the sum due the plaintiff o f Three
Notice to Creditors
Thousand Six Hundred Eighty-four
and 00-100 Dollars, with interest there
on at the rate o f ti m-r cent, per annum
Notice is hereby given that the un
from the 7th day of January, 1914 until dersigned has been duly appointed ad
paid together with the costs and dis ministrator of the estate o f William
bursements o f said suit taxed at Seven I’anter, deceased and that all persons
ty-two and 50-100 Dollars and costs and having claims against said estate are
expenses of said execution. I will on hereby notified that they are required
Saturday, the 4th day of April, 1914, at to present the same duly verified and
the hour o f 10 o'clock A. M. of said day | ttdth the proper vouchers therefor to
at the front door o f the County Court | the undersigned at the office o f A. J.
House in Coquille, Coos Countv, Oregon, Sherwood in Coquille, Coos County, Or
sell at public auction to the highest bid egon within six months from the date
der for cash in hand on the day of sale, o f this notice.
all the right, title, interest and estate
Dated this 17th day o f February 1914.
which said defendants Mary E. Sihel,
W. R. Panter,
J. A. Ward and Minnies. Ward wife
o f the said J. A. Ward and all persons
claiming under them subsequent to the
| Plaintiff's Mortgage Lien in, of and to
OVER 65 YEARS'
said real property.
premises hereinbefore mentioned are
described in said execution as follows,
to-wit: The South-east quarter o f the
North-east quarter, and the North half
o f the North-east quarter o f Section 19,
Township 25, South of Range 12 West
of the Willamette Meridian, Coos Coun
T rade M ark «
ty, Oregon, containing 120 acres of
land more or less. Said sale being made
C opyrights A c .
subject to redemption in the manner
ijng a *k «(c h nnd description nmy
quickly ns< c mu our opinion freo whether an
provided by law.
Invention i < probnbl? patentable. C"inmunlca-
Dated this 27th day o f February, 1914.
tio ii* r i iictjyt >1111(1011( 1111. HANDBOOK on 1‘ ntonts
«e n t fron, . o
s t nizency f fo r securing putente,
W. W. G a g e ,
A Co. receive
' iken through
3-3-6t Sheriff o f Coos County, Oregon.
»ja tal not i " , w ith o u t cn n rg e , lu th e
Notice to Creditors
—I " * L.
N tr. ,Ch lb H E R EB Y GIVEN tha'
The sawdust muu lu New York Is a “ “ der •>“ •»
vlrtue o f the Execution
o p C O g U lllU B , O R E G O N .
very important business man. Tlie ARd order of sale issued out of th»
wholesale sav dust dealer advertises ull Circuit Court of the State of OregoL
kinds of sawdust and request« that you for the County of Coos, on the 2n<; T r a n s a c t s a G e n e r H l R a n k i n g B u s i n e s «
will telephone your needs so that there j ay Gf December, 1913, in a certain
may bean early delivery.
[suit wherein John R. M iller is plain
(*•> 4 s i D i n d o n
It used to bo that upy one who want ljff aud A „ stutgman and Emma F
A. J. Sherwood,
N a tio n a l Rank o Coniuterne, N ew Y o r k C l
ed sawdust went to tbo sawmill and
Stutsman, Flanagan & Bennett Bank
L. Harlot1 iter .
1,. H. Hazard,
Orttoker VVoolworth N 't B a n k , San K rs n c l
asked for as much as be wanted. There
R . K. Shine. F in d N'at'l Rank of Portland, P o rtla n d ,
was only one kind of sawdust in the C. D. Mael and A. S. Hammond and
good old days and that was au unim C. K. Hammond, partners doing bus
portant product, which anybody could iness as the Title & Trust Com
have for tho asking. Now the saw pany, and B. F. W illey and WiUlan
R . 8 . K n o w l t o n , President
G e o . A . R o b i n s o n , Vice-Pres.
dust wholesaler will tell you that saw Schroeder, composing the firm ol
dust is a very valuable product and W illey & Schroeder, are defendants
R. H. M a s t , Cashier.
that the sawdust business Is offering being case No. 2944 of said courts
and commanding me to sell said real
There are about sixty kinds of saw
dust on the market, so says the kuw - property hereinafter described to sat
dust expert, and all of them have their isfy the sum of 12581.67 with Inter
tst thereon at the rate o f ten per
stated uses in the realm of trade.
All the way from the preparation of cent, per annum since the 14th day of
food to the polishing of precious metal June 1911, less the sum of 8590.00
ranges the usefulness of sawdust. The paid on said judgment, Septeuiper 16,
Op ned for Busines March. 1890
hardwood dusts are used for polishing 1911 and less the further sum of
in some jewelers' shops and cheaper
sawdusts are used for polishing less
C O R R K S PO N D E N TS :
valuable metal work. In packing and
I.add & Tilton Bank, Portland
First National Bank, San Francisco
making cushions, fur the covering of attorney fees, and costs taxed at
National Park, New York
First Trust & Savings, Coos Bay
Boors and in the fur business, sawdust
lift's Judgment; also the sum of
is useful.—New Yolk Herald.
$115.76 with interest at the rate of
Legend of Buckingham Palace.
six per cent, per annum from the
> -T_- -O €¥
If William IV'. had gained his waj 14th day of June 1911, and attorney
Buckingham palace would be serving fees o f $50.00, and costs taxed at
as parliament bouse. Two days aftei
$10.00, being the amount of W illey
the old bouses of parliament were
burned Lord Broughton, who was then & Schroeder judgment, and also the
first commissioner of works, records in further sum of $1087.01 with Inter
A L W A Y S ON TIM E
his diary: “ Went to St. James’ and saw est at the rate of 8% i>er annum
1 cannot say he was from the 14th day of June 1911, to
Sails from Portland at 8 P. M.,
much affected by the calamity, rathei gether with attorney fees to tho
Mar, 3, 10, 18, 25, and April 1.
the reverse. He seemed delighted at amount o f $450.00, and costs taxed
having an opportunity of getting rid ot at $11.00; I sold all of block 26 E. I
Sails from Coos Bay
Buckingham palace, said lie meant it B. Dean & Co.’s Addition to tho
Mar. 6, 9:00 p. m.; 14th 11 a. m.;21st 7:00 a. m .; 28th 11:00 a. m.
as a perm ament gift for parliament
town of Marshfield, Coos County,
and that it would be the finest thing il
VJ. i. K0LM, Agent
Europe. At 3 o’clock the king and Oregon, according to the plal thereof
Phone M ain 181 tì
queen went over the ruins. The king on (He and o f record in the office of
•¡« e *
» * O n t r tTcnCr S S .Ur
Eg-tO. ö - iO S C * - ¡B » «
looked gratified as if at a show. Just the County Clerk o f Coos County.
before getting into his carriage lit Oregon, to Flanagan & Bennett Bank
called the speaker and me to him ano for $2644.20, and sold the dwelling-
said: ’Mind, 1 mean Buckingham pal house situated thereon, separate an 1
Fred Voa Pegert
ace as a permanent gift. Mind that.’ ” apart from said real property, whir i
known as the Stutsman residence t>
From Bad to Worse.
Hemmaudhuw’s face wore a worried the said Flanagan & Bernett Ban <
for the sum of $590.00 on the 1:' T-1
M EC I A N I C A L
*T’m in trouble,” he said. “ I don’t day of January. 191 :, a..J In p -
seem to be able to get up early in the •Buance of the Older of tile Clrctrt
Court of Coos
“ Why don’t you get yourself a nice made In said above caU J-J court ai. .1
'l l • n;■ ni
little alarm dock?” the head book cause on the 24th day o f Fcbruar
Wagon Wiki if,
1914. setting aside said sale and o'
Work, Pa tern Making anp
“ I did. but I didn’t bear the thing
Casting, Automobile Work,
dering a re-sale of said premises, a: 1
when it went off.”
“Then why don’t you get a big one?’’ directing that execution Issue thereon
“ I did that, too, aud it mude me lose for the enforcement of add Decree
too much time.”
¡»O C O C O O O O O O O C F O O Q O O O O O O O o d !
“ Made you lose time?”
Execution Issued in pursuance < f
It rang so loudly that it said Order received as of the da e
awakened the man in the next room, of said order, to-wit, on the 24t >
and he beat me to the washroom.” —
day of February, 1914, Issued out
o f said court, requiring me to sell
said property for the satisfaction of
And Auio Line
Why Do They Do This?
Miss Prim (who is forty-one)—Yes, I said judgment and as by said deer, e
was thirty only last week. Think of and said order of court directed, di
Leaves Myrtle Point 5 a. ni.
It! The caller (aged thirty-seven, with recting and requiring that I sell the
Arrives Roseburg, next dHy
a charming insincerity)—Dear me! 1 property aforesaid exclusive of t ie
6 p. m.
couldn’t have guessed you were more house, to the highest and best bidder
Arr. Myrtle Point by 10 p. m.
than four years my senior. I will be for cash, and that I receive no bid for
twenty-five next mouth. — Cleveland
Make reservations in advance at Ow 1
said property exclusive of the house,
Drug Store, Marshfield.
for a less sum than the bid o f the
Syver Backey to Elias Kef-lun l, war
deed lots 3 A 4, blk 8, West Bunker
J L Knight et ux to Augustas Hamil
ton et ux, war deed nh* of sw1^, s}4 of
nw1^ lots 2. 3 A 4, ewl4 of ne*4 tk nwl4
of sel4 of sec 2, ct lot 1, sec 3, tp 30 s r
12 w w m. SC. of se>^, nel4 of se1
e lo of nel4, sec 34, w C 2 of sw jj, w l2 of
nw‘ 4 A ne1^ of nw
sec 135, sw V 4 of
sw^, sec 26, tp 29 s r 12 w w m.
J M Stone to Marv E Stone, B A S
deed lots 4, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, blk 13,
Portiawn add to North Bend, $10.
Geo E Williams to May M Williams
war deed e% of n e^ sec 33, tp 29 r s 11
w w in on n side of Coquille River, ex
cept 5 acres deeded to Hiram Hatcher,
$ 1000 .
Geo E Williams to May M Williams,
war deed parcel of land in sec 28, twp
29 s r 11 w w m, $300.
Jas T Nosier et ux to Ralph E Nosier,
war deed lot 2, blk 49, Elliott’s add to
Life’s Fitful Fever.
Coquille Land Co., Inc. to Joe Pope
“ Terrible times these. The books
et al, war deed parcel of land beginning
60 ft e of se coiner blk 71, Notley’s add aren't fit to read, and the plays aren’ t
fit to see.”
“ Tough, eh?”
Elbert G Allen et ux to Frank E.
“ Yes. and, as usual, my wife hasn’t
Mason, war deed w l2 of w)^, sec 34,
twp 29 s r 11 w w m $1.
a thing fit to wear.”—Louisville Cou
Agents, Coquille, Oregon
I I _ _ COQUILLE LAUNDRY & ICE CO
SAWDUST HAS MANY USES. SHKKIFK H 8A^ K° K FOBBOU,B
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Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed by
>. iî25 F £t.. Washington, D. C.
the County Court for Coos County, Ore
gon, administrator with the will annexed
of the estate o f Rose E. Pershbaker, de
ceased and that all persons having claims
against said estate are hereby notified
that they are required to present the OREGON and W A SH IN G TO N
Fame properly verified and with vouch
ers therefor to the undersigned at his
office in Coquille, Coos County, Oregon
A Directory o f each City, Tow n nnd
within six months from the date of this
Village, gh ing descriptive sketch o f
each i :
location, population, tele-
Dated this 23rd day of February, 1914.
- ping and banking point;
A . J. SHERWOOD,
l Dtrw t >rv, com piled by
Administra tor with the will
annexed o f the estate o f Rose
H. i . I O L K it C O „ f!B A T T L E
2-24-5t E Pershbaker, deceased.
MUNNXCo.36,B'oad“ ’'New York
Roseburg M y r t l e P o in t S t a g e
Flanagan & Bennett Bank of $2,-
644.20, which shall be deemed to lie
renewed and continued; and that I
sell the building located upon the
eastern portion o f
known as the Stutsman residence,
and that I receive no bid for same,
except in excess of the bid of the
Flanagan & Bennett Bank of $500.00,
which said bid Is deemed to be re
newed and continued, I did levy on
and I will on the 26th day of March,
1914, at the hour of ten (1 0 ) o'clock
in the forenoon of said day at the
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 fallow ing describ
ed property, to-wlt:
A11 of Block 26 In E. B. Dean &
Co.’s Addition to the Town o f Marsh
field, according to the plat thereo»
on file and o f record in the Countv
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 appertaining, and also at
said time and place aforesaid, sell
the dwelling house located upon the
eastern portion of said property be
known and described as the Stutsman
Said property will
sold seperate from
house thereon, and no bid for the
said block 26 exclusive of the dwell
ing will be received except for
greater sum than the amount of the
bid of Flanagan & Bennett Bank of
$2644.20, which Is deemed to be le-
liewed and continued, and no bid
will be received for the
house located upon said above de
scribed property heretofore referred
to except In excess of the bid of t ie
Flanagan & Bennett Bank o f $500. >0
which shall be deemed to be renew d
DATED this 24th day of Februa.y,
W. W. GAGE,
Sheriff o f Coos County, Oregon
l’ ub Feb. 24, Mch 3, 10. 17, 24.
B U T T E R
W R A P P E R S
A T THE
O F FIC E
Carrying Baggage and United Slates Mail
J. L. LAIRD, Proprietor
Office at Laird’s Livery Barn, Myrtle Point, Both Phones
THE FOLLY OF TWO TELEPHONES
"THE cities that attempted to secure a better telephone service by
introducing a competing telephone system are beginning to realize
the folly of their course. The opinion prevailed some years ago that
two telephone Companies would reduce the price and give better ser
vice, but it has been learned by experience that it not only doubles
the expense to the people, but it is an awful nuisance. In some cities
these duulic ite companies secure franchises under the name o f co
operative companies, when a number of people organized and secured
privileges under certain representations, t hey were encou.aged in
their efforts and the public is today paying the price o f its foily with
an unsatisfactory double system, no one being equipped "telephonic-
a lly " without paying for both systems, those not having two being at
the disadvantage of not being able to to talk to those «h o are on the
the other line.
Coos Bay Home Telephone Co •
If you are to hit what you aim at.
P eop le should know what you have
to offer and w e have the means of
= = = = = telling them. = = = = =
An Ad. from you in this paper w ill reach
buyers who buy, isn’ t that sufficient?