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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1914)
HEAL ESTATE TKANSFEKS
.John K Campbell et ux to Mr« L K
Redorted for The Herald by the Title Coon w d 8 acres in e>, of net» ot n r '.
Guarantee and A bstract t o .
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I t Hark low et ux to Nellie Hess, »
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PROM PTLY at the stroke
*Ea T 0f 1 0 o’clock Thursday
night, Dec. 24th Coquille’s
greatest whirlwind holiday
sale comes to an end. Never
before have such values been
Two Big Stores Selling at Cost and Below
Hand Painted China
Fancy Sewing Trays
Combs and Brush Sets
Fancy Woven Baskets
Powder. Regular O
1 pound size—for
w - h every
of soap amounting to 25 cents
or more in the Main Store
R J Montgomery et u x to C oob C o w
d strip of land 20 ft wide in tp 29 s r 11
A L Nosier et ux et al to Coos Co w
<1 strip 20 ft wide in tp 29 s r 11 w w
Adolph Haberly e t ux to Louise A.
H aberly, w <1 lot 3 1 2 3 4 and 5 blk 10
Highland Park Addition to City of
Electric Flat Irons
The gift electrical is the gift practical.
It is the kind of a remembrance that
will be highly prized this Christmas and
give pleasure for many years to come.
Look at those reduced prices on stand
ard make electric irons, each of nation
$2 50 S3.50
Shop Now, Buy Electrical Gifts, Inex
pensive, Charming, Practical
See Them A t
Oregon Power Co.
A d m ir e d
Washiuton’s former illustrious i;1
citizen, Colonel Theodore Roosevelt:
has stirred up something of a muss
at the seat of government by declar
ing that President Wilson really
did make war on Mexico through
T'clce's on «alert Portland City Ticket Office 6 t h & Oak St.
P. L. STERLING, Agent
Phone Mam 181
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H O T E L
H A X T E R
Under New Management
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
M. M. YOUNG, Proprietor
J . s . Lyons et ux to F. E. Nelson, w >° lIie “ » * W l)olil Y " f ll,t' Pr,-'’i'
d e l4 of lots 5 and 0 and w ‘._» of w # of dent an d S e c re ta ry B ry a n .
lots 7 and 8 , E llio tt’s Add to C oquille; ! u su a l an sw er lias been fo rth co m in g
%% of *e ,l 4 sec 1 twp 29 s r 13 w NV M, from D em o cratic so u rces, in v iti.ig
8 WL 4 of 8 wf 4 of sec 6 twp 59 8 r 12 w W
the Colonel to "shut up *’ Ocourse
M lots 15 and 16 blk 8 Bay Park, M arsh
$ 1000.00 he will do it.
Isaac M Nichols et ux to Gottfried F
V elter w d
of sw j* of sec 14 twp 29
P o ri bind Seim -W rk lv .1 iK b all
8 r 13 w W M
$400.00 and C< q u i'le Ht- a r|, both for $2 00 j
E F Swearengin et ux to F 0 W arren a '< ar iu a Iv itt-r,
¡ A TELEPHONE FOR XMAS
What will a housewife appreciate more as a
Christmas gift than a telephone? She and all the
family will be truly thankful for it every day in the
year. Ask the local office for rates to you.
Coos and C urry Telephone Co.
1 Do Your S h o p p in g E a r ly
You CanMakeYour House More Attractive
With the Handsome Babbitt Premiums
Ju d g m e n t.
She— Oh. Kred, dear, you are so no
ble. so generous, so handsome, so chlv
atrous. so much the superior o( every
man 1 meet, I can't help loving you.
Now. what can you see In plain little
me to adm ire? He—Oh, I^don't know,
dear, hilt you certainly have very good
A TEN -CEN T can of Babbitt's
pure lye is paid insurance against
dirt or germs: guaranteeing clean
sinks, and th o ro u g h ly sw e e t and
sanitary conditions in the home, and
in your barns, kennels or hen houses.
She Knew .
The teacher had given the claas a
talk on household pests.
"W hat, now. is the greatest foe the
housewife has?” he asked.
Up went one little hand.
“All right. Mary, w hat la It?”
“A husband." came the quick reply.—
A w a y F ro m
o cc u p y in g \fe ra C in z , and he a t-.
J . Baumgartner et nx to Rina»d C.
Hayes, w d all of blk 10 in Boise Addi- . Icm pts t«> f>ruve th at m uch of the
tion to Marsh field. Oregon
$10.00 | ch ao tic co n d itio n in M exico is due
During the stock show, at Port
land the Oregon State Butter and
Cheese Makers' Association held its
annual meeting, lasting tour days,
at the close ol wliich O B Neptune,
of Albany, was chosen president for
the coming year. The dairy pro
ducts exhibited were of unusually
fiue quality, A. A Oswald, of the
Hazelwood Creamery Company be
ing awarded the first prize for
creamery butter, second prize going
to Samuel Olsen of the Jensen
From Portland 8 a. m.
December 15th, 22nd, and 28th
Wonderful Bargains in
Dec. llt h . 7 p. m .; 19lh, 11 a. m ; 2ttth. 2:30 p. in.
England’s reason for reltt'-ing was
that men above this age wete ficlit-
in the German army.
_ Sails from Coo* Bay
(Continue-1 from paue 1)
FU MUHIN'S PHARMACY—FUHRMAN’S ANNEX
OP C O Q U I l l l l l . ORUOON.
Roseburg Myrtle Point Stage
A beautiful Japanese doll and a bottle
of perfume given free with each pur
chase of no less than $1 in main store
Farmers and Merchants Bank
F R E E IN M A IN S T O R E
FCTRA. 25c Tooth Brush
and 25c Rexall or
Lilly’s Tooth Paite O Q
worth 50c—all for
B A A N M K l /
lot 4. blk 4. Fisher's add lo tu city o< lot*
’6 a,u l
28 in blk 28 “av T 1 r
a ' i i n 0ro;
actH a G en eral H a n k in g H uainesb
llandon, Coos Comity Oreg.
Bandon Heights Lund Co to E M
B e l l i e f O lre elers.
C a rre s ,e .ie e ti
Randlem an, w d swt 4 of a w * of swt 4 * / ' 4 34 a‘ re" ° ‘ land in ,w '> 29 a » 14 *
r , U\ A
National Bank of Commerce, New York City
of D » ^ , sec 29, tp 2g a r 14 w w m. $10 " M
* 1000 j R l ! *• D: H*rIuok«r,
L. H. lUzurd,
Crocker Woolworth N’l Bank, San Francisco
.j „ , ,
, es , 1. Elliert , Dyer et nx to Chris Kasimis-
Latah Hacker. ILK. Shine F irst Nationall Bank of Portland, Portland
et . ux . to Jam
sell, w d 49,i acres ol and m h k 20,
ro ster, w d parcel ol land in sec 30, tp 1
28 a r 14 w w in lot 5, blk 11 , VYoobland Bandoli.
Fanny E Dyer to Ell>ort Dyer b and s
add to city of Bandon; e l0 of n w ^ , sec
5, tp 29 a r 14 w w a».
$310. dd, parcel of land in blk 2 Bandon lot»
3 and 4 blk 2
C F Greve et ux to Elizabeth Thom,
Fanny E D jer to Elbert Dyer lots 4
w d lot 13, blk 4, town of Lakeside,
Coo« County, Oreg.
$ 10 . and 5 blk 13 lots 1 2 7 8 blk 15 anti lots •
to start that bank account.
4 and 5 blk 10 parcel in blk 15 2 7 and I
C F Greve et ux to Berneice Moore
Why put the m atter off and
j . . Oreg. 11 in Bifhdon and parcel in twp 28 s r •
w d lot 10
12, blk . 4,
town of Lakeside,
misB the many advantages an
lo w \\ ,il
account with this bank insures.
George W Leslie to ’ X l.ttie B Shaw ’.
Kr," ’ k A
r l ux to U o y '' J |
Come in to day and make your
ad *-'or*,'n w 'f lo^S in blk 2 Sw eeney’s
? w d lot 5, blk 28, E B Dean & Co's
first deposit and g et a check
to town of Marshfield, Coo* Co Oreg, 10. j ir8t
book the use of which may
Frank Sanborn et ux to Edward \Yr
of the nw *4 of lot 4 sec 13 twp 29 s
save you untold annoyance and
Sullivan et al, w d ne l4 of sw> 4 , w of d
n w o f e e ^ , & \v'.> of hw '4 of ne1^, sec r 14 w W M
8 , tp 25 « r 12 w w ni.
Southern Oregon Co et al to J Ed
the New Y ear right by open
A E Seaman et ux to W T Ramsey, s Johnson w d lot 2 blk 23 Perbam Park
ing an account now with the
w d lots 3 & 4, blk 23, Brown’s add to Add to Marshfield
M yrtle Po:nt
J B McFall et ux to 1 S Wolcott v\ d
Jam es L Foster et ux to Oscar Hen ot 2 blk 4 Tozier’s Heights
drickson w d 8 *._» of ne *4 of sec 35 tp 20
Mertle I Hunter et vir to Ira G Pit I-
« r 25 « r 25 w w in
$10 rick w d lots 20 ami 23 blk Spokane
John E Paulson et ux to Noah Neece Add North Bend
w d lots 9 10 11 14 sec 6 lot 1 sec 7 tp 25
Amanda J S n id e r et vir to Melbourne
8 r 10 w
W Bezanson w d 85-100 acres fi lot l |
Henry F McCracken et ux to Charles Hec 5 |wp 27 8 r 14 w W M
$ 100 . 0 0 !
C McCracken et ux w d l acre of land
And Auto Line
in tp 29 b r 12 w w m
son w d lots 33 34 and
of lot 35 in j '¿SIN
W illiam O Day to Elizabeth Day w d
blk 27 Portland add to Bandon $10.00
Lcavts Myrtle Point 8 p. in.
lot 12 in blk 5 Riverside add to Bandon
5 p .m .
Feo W Beale et ux to C lara Tliom p-j
Leaves Ropeburg...... 6 a. in.
John W Motley et ux et al to Dennis
\rr. Myrtle Point by 6 p. m.
McCarthy q c d n l2 of n ej 4 sw 1^ of neb. subdivisions
Make r< st rvutione in advance at Owl
& n ir ^ of seF 4 sec 21 tp 26 s-r 11 w4500
Annie W ebster to Alma W ebster
Drug Stoie, Marshfield.
Henry H Fletcher et ux to Dennis D lots and blks in Nasburg’s add to
McCarthy q c d n l2 of ne l4 hw '4 of n e »4 Mars) i field
Carrying Baggage and United Stales Mail
n w ^ of s e ^ sec 21 tp 20 s r 11 w $1500
Charles J Furhop et al to Christian
J . L . L A I R D , P r o p r ie to r
Joseph Richards et ux to Frank H Peterson et al w d 5 acres 1 .ml off of e
Office at I, u r n ’ s ¡.¡v e r y B arn , M v rile P o in t, Both Ph on es
Ackley et al w d e1., of sw l4 eec 11 jin tp nide of h \ v ’ 4 of n\v '4 ol
20 twp 23 h r
26 i r 13 v w m except 7 A
$10 \»j w W M
$ 10.00 i
Frank II Ackley to Freeland II Dress
L J Simpson et ux, C M B\ ler et ux j
er et al q c d bw ‘/4 of swV 4 A se l4 of to Ole Severson w d lots 2 and 3 b;k 1, 1
OLD RELIA BLE-EQ U IPPED WITH W IRELESS
Bwt£ sec 11 tp 26 s r 13 w except 11 56 Lakeside
Marshfield Land Co to Jam es Forty
w d blk 51 in First add to Bay Park FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
ALW AYS OH TIME
M ary II Wad man to Coos Co w <1 paper r-port recently published that
strip 20 feet wide in tp 29 s r 11 w w m
And Thousands of Other Articles all on Sale
^ree Chamois with
can of Talcum
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N A A rT 1 ' l I U N.T
N A A L I
A regular 50 cent pair of scissors
given free with each purchase of no
less than $1.00 in Funrman’s Annex.
R. E SHINE. V.-Pres.
0. C. SANFORD, Asst. Cashier
NOW IS THE TIME
F R E E IN A N N EX
A. J. SHERWOOD. PRES.
L H HAZARD. Cashier
V^jai Stop ! Don't
LJL Burn Your
If you will write w e will send you a
book Absolutely Free telling a hun
dred uses for Babbitt’s L ye; also our
premium catalogue illustrating beau
tiful and valuable presents exchanged
“n e Is one of these near vegetar
"W hat Is a near vegetarian?”
“He never eats meat except when he
Is Invited out."—Pittsburgh Press.
F o r c e o f H a b it .
B. T. BABBITT
“Why did she w ant to set her hus
band's w ill aside?"
"Merely because It was her bus
band's and she bad got in the habit of
setting It aside.”—Houston Post
The Great Soap M a k e r
BABBITT’S LYE— The Best Home So?.p Maker
Highest in Strength but not n i P r.ce — /Oc
P. O. Box 1776
New York City
We must not take the faults of our
youth Into onr old age. for old age
b ring, with It It» own defects.— Goethe
THE BEST GROCERS HANDLE BABBITTS LYE
OME autoiHts batter the life oat
of a car by useless »peed, un
wise driving and constant neg
lect of little things.
Don't you do It.
Let ur overbnul your engine and
put everything In tiptop running
»luipe for the busy season strain.
Then take good care of your car.
This la sound advice. Isn't It?
Let us overhaul your car now. Expert
mechanics to do the work. Prices low. Care
ful and efficient service.
& VON P E G E R T