m r n an m 1 DEATH In th . Circuit Court ot the Stmt, of O re gon in and for th . County of C6oa TAXES A n d old S A G E said these w e re the on ly tw o certain th in g s in the w o rld . P. E. DRANE H. 0. ANDERSON will give a will give a prize to the prize to the candidate selling candidate poll- the greatest val ing the greatest ue in Enamel number of votes Ware between between Nov. Nov. 20th and 20tli and Dec. Dec. 10th. i 0 th. VOTES? EXTRA VOTES AS FOLLOWS; DO TOIJ NEED ARE YOU OUT TO WIN? 10.000 votes extra on any R u g ; 10.000 votes extra on each D re s ser; 3,000 extra votas per dollar on Alum inum W a re , Communi ty Silver, Cut G lass and B rass Goods; 5000 extra votes per dollar on all book accounts. Watch for another Special Offer next week This store will remain open evenings until Christmas 500 Extra Votes This Week Only ENAMEL WARE IT’S UP TO YOU To make a showing and get up with the live ones. If you are out to win this is your opportunity, we have a new, complete line of enameled ware and our prices will suit the most conservative buyers. IN EVERY HOME There is always something needed in the enameled ware line, even if it is only a water dipper, so get busy. Let your friends know that yon can get 600 votes for every dollar they spend with us on enamel ed ware this week. Call on us yourself, so you can see what we have, so you can tell them about it. you will be the gainer. A little energy along with staying qualities (don’t be a quitter) will make you the winner. AT ANDERSON S AT P. E. DRA/NE’S He Ijad Not Seen Our Canpigi) The Pianos will certainly be given away in a short time to the fortunate candidate having the MOST VOTES. Ju st a W o r d V otes W i ll be O btained by T rad in g at the Firm s Mentioned B elo w H. 0. ANDERSON AND P. E. DRANE HELP YOUR FRIEND WIN 2000 Yrotes on the dollar for new subscriptions and 1000 Votes on the dollar for old subscriptions given by TRE COQUILLE H ERALD | Robert Dollar, Trustee, Plaintiff, vs. Seely-Anderson Log- | ging Company, a corp- oration, E. O. Clinton, and J. E. Wheeler as intervener, Defendants. | I | SUIT IN i KqutTY TO 1 FORECLOSE mortgage A. J. SHERWOOD. P'tES. L H. HALWD. Cashier F IR S T R. E. SHINE. V.-Pres. 0. C SANFORD. Asst Cashier N A T IO N A L BANK op oogu riiu a, o a a o o p . T r a n s a c t s a G e n e r a l H a n k i n g Htminette ■••re •( Olrs.Ur«, NOTICE Oh R E CE IV ER 'S SA LE National Bank o f Commerce, New York City Notice is hereby given that in pursu R, O. D.meut, A. J. Sherwood, L. H.rlooker, L. H. Hasard, Crocker Woolworth N ’ l Bank, San Francisco ance of the decree made and entered Isaiah Hacker. U. K. Shiue First National! Bank of Portland, Portland in the above entitled suit in the abo e entitled Court, on the 3rd day of July, 1914, I the undersigned, Receiver o f nil the mortgaged property described In said decree and hereinafter described, R. 8. K nowlton , President G ko . A. R obinson , Vice-Prea. will sell at public auction to the high, it R. H. M ast , Cashier. bidder for cash, at the court house door, at the County Court House, in the City of Coquille, Coos County, Oie- gon, at 10 o'clock, in the forenoon of Wednesday the 9th day of December, 1914, en masse, in accordance with the said decree and order of sale all o f said mortgaged property and premises des COQUILLE. OREGON cribed as follows, to-wit: All the railroad track, grade, ties etc., extending from a point on the Opened for Busmet March. 1890 Coquille River near Parkersburg, Coos County, Oregon, and about nine and one-half miles back into that tract of corrkspondents : timber known as the "D oe Tract” , the said railroad being about nine and one Ladd & Tilton Bank, Portland First National Bank, San Francisco half miles long, and hereby intending National Park, New York First Trust & Sa-ings, Coos Bay to include all rails, ties, grading, log landing, rights of way, franchises for said railroad track etc., also, two Shay logging engines, eight Seattle Logging cars, six logging cars known as the ‘ ‘Conologue Cars” , four flat cars, one iron car, one hand car, two push cars, all fuel and oil on hand two road scrauers, ten slip scrapers, six donkey And Auto Line engines used in connection with the Seeley-Anderson Logging Camp in logging the timber from the “ Doe Leavte Myrtle Point 8 p .m . T r a c t , and all other donkey engines Arrives Koeeburg,..... 6 p. in. used apd belonging to the Seeley-An derson Logging Company, all water Leaves Hoteburg..... (1 a. m. pumps and water system used in sup Arr. Myrtle Point by 6 p. in. plying the Seeley-Anderson Camps, blacksmith shop and all tools, imple Make reservations in advance at Owl ments and machinery and appliances of Drug Store, Marshfield. every kind contained thereon or there in, all cook houses, logging houses, bunkalations and buildings o f every kind and description belonging to the said party of the first part mentioned in said mortgage and used in connection with their logging business, all saw s, axes, wedges, sledges, and all tools of every kind and description used in and -eMESs-ty ON» 4* 4»4Tj about said logging camp, all goods, | OLD RELIABLE—EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS | wares and merchandise, provisions and supplies, of every kind and description contained in and about the cook house, store rooms, and store building of the party o f the first part mentioned in ALWAYS ON TIME tj wire, ropes, blocks jacks Sails from Coos Bay | instruments or December 5th, 10 a. m. implements used in, around, or about the said logging camp of the party of From Portland 8 a. m. the first part named in said mortgage, December 1st to-wit, the said Seeley-Anderson Log ging Company, and known as the Tickets on sale at Portland City Ticket Office 6th & Oak St. logging camp contained upon the “ Doe T r a c t , and also sometimes known as P. L. STERLING. Agent Phone Main 181 the Bill Creek and Bear Creek Logging Camp; also, eight miles o f telephone line extending from said logging camp to the Coquille River, and elsewhere, and all telephone poles, insulators, in struments, and franchises and rights of way owned by the party of the fi> st part in said mortgage set forth and used in connection witli the property described in said mortgage wherein the intention was to mortgage and convey to the said party of the second part in When Pie Making Stumped the said mortgage, to-wit; the Alfred Omar. Johnson Lumber Company, p lain tif’s predecessor in interest in and to the Mysolf when young did hungrily said mortgage, all of the railroad frequent franchises, rights of way, and loggi ig Baker and cook and heard soft equipment, supplies, provisions, goo-Is, blandishment wares and merchandise belonging to About it and about, but evermore ■■s» the said Seeley-Anderson Logging Came out by the same door wherein Company, and used in connection with I went its logging business in logging that tract of timber in Coos County, O e- gon, known as the “ DOE T R A C T ,’ on Bill’s Creek, in said county and state, No mysteries about our and in connection with the camp kno vn They're just simple, as the “ Seven Mile Camp” on Se\en pies. Mile Slough back o f Old Randolph in well baked, juicy pies — all Coos County, Oregon; also, eight hun dred thousand (800,000) feet, more or kinds— tasty and Rood. less, of timber felled and bucked, in The proof of our pies is in cluding all timber and saw logs of every kind and description now felled the eating. and bucked lying in, around, and about You'll like their homemade the said logging camp and between the said logging camp and the Coqu'lle taste— a specialty of ours. River, all said property hereinabove described being that property that is "M other" has nothing on us used in and about and in connection with the operation o f the Seeley-An as pie makers. derson Logging Camp situated and con tained on the south side of the Coquille River in Coos County, Oregon, and being that logging camp upon that tract o f timber land known as the “ Doe Tract” in the vicinity o f Bill’s Creek and Bear Creek, in said Cour.ty ‘ and state; also, all railroad, rails, ties, etc. contained and being in that logging railroad running from near old Ran C O O K B R O S .. P R O P . dolph up Seven Mile Slough and to the camp known as “ Seven Mile Camp” and belonging to the Seeley-Anderson Logging ( ompany, in said county and state; also, one logging locomotive, ten logcing cars, two donkey engines, U n d er N ew Management cook house, telephone line, and all live stock o f every nature and description belonging lo the said Seeley-Anderson Logging Company and nuw contained in or about ana running about the said Seven Mile Logging Camp, in Coos County. Oregon. Dated this 2nd day o f November, 1914. R. S ta n l e y D ollar , ll-9-5t Receiver. Farmers and Merchants Bank Roseburg Myrtle Point Stage Carrying Baggage and United Slates Mail J . L. L A IR D , P ro p rie to r Office at Laird’s Livery Barn, Myrile Point, Both Phones STEAMER BREAKWATER Ah, Our Pies! Fit For a King! Baked For You by Experts! CI TY B A K B R V HOTEL BAXTER Having leased this well-equipped hotel, I propose to conduct it in such a manner as to merit pat ronage and give satisfaction to the traveling public. M. M. YOUNG, Proprietor Notice Notice is hereby given that Alex Sny der, contractor, has completed his con tract for the improvement of a portion o f the Rock Creek-Myrtle Creek county I Road, in Road District No. 18, and that ; the County Road Master has filed his ! certificate of completion approving the 1 work done on suen contract, and any ! person, firm or corporation having ob jections to file to the completion o f said work may do so within two weeks from | the date of the first publication of this notice, to-wit: from the 24th day of November, 1914, in the office o f the county clerk. caD Dated at Coquille, Coos County, Ore- this 24th aay o f November, 1914. THE PARTICULAR MAN gon. 11-24-14 Is just the one for whom we like to do printing. We like to meet the man who wants what he wants when he wants it and who insists on having it. We are equipped for serving him, let him be as exacting as he will. Come and see us about that job that must be done “just so.” Take plenty of time to tell us what you want, and let us show you that we meet your wishes. J ames W atson , County Clerk. WILI/IAMJÖN HAFFNERCD ENQRAVER5TR1NTEB5 ms; D BN V LK , COlsO Notice Notice NOTICE is hereby given that Alex Snyder, contractor, has completed his contract for the improvement of a por tion o f the Morton Tyrell County Hoad, in Road District No. 25 and that the County Road Master has filed his cer tificate o f completion approving the work done on such contract, and any person, firm or corporation having ob jections to tile to the completion o f said work may do so within two weeks from the date of the first publication o f this notice, towit: from the 24th day of November, 1914, in the office o f the County ( lerk. Dated at Coquille, Coos County, Ore gon, this 24th daj o f November, 1914. ll-24-3t J ames W atson , County Clerk. NOTICE is hereby given that Leon ard Hartley, contractor, has completed his contract for the improvement of a portion of the ( ’ooper Bridge- Dora coun ty road, in Road District No. 17, and that the county Road Master has filed his certificate of completion approving the work done on such contract, and any person, firm or corporation having ob jections to file to the completion of said work may do so within two weeks from the date of the first publication o f this notice, to-wit: from the 24th dav of cNovember, 1914, in the office of the ounty clerk. Dated at Coquille, Coos County, Ore gon, this 24th day o f November, 1914. J ames W atson . 11-24-14 County Clerk.