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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1915)
SU M M O N S
Li the Circuit Court of the State of O re
gon in and for the County of Cooa
B aker ,
! entnier C hristian
H errmann ,
X'o Kentnier Christian Herrmann, the
above named defendant:
In the Name o f the State o f Oregon;
You are hereby notified that you are
tequired to appear and answer the
intended complaint filed against you in
the above entitled suit within eight
weeks from the date o f the first publi
cation o f this summons, tow it: within
eight weeks from the 22nd day o f J une,
1916; and if you fail so to appear or
answer, on or before the 17tn day of
August, 1915, the same being the date
of tne last publication o f this summons,
the plaintiff will apply to the Court for
the relief demanded in his sai l com
plaint, a succinct statement o f which is
as follows: that the said defendant be
required to set up and allege whatever
rignt, title, estate, interest or claim he
he has or claims in or to the real estate
in said amended complaint described,
towit: the southwest quarter o f the
southeast quarter o f section six in town
ship twenty-eight south, range ten west
o f the Willamette meridian in the Coun
ty ' ' Coos and State o f Oregon, or anv
part thereof, and submit the same to
this Court for judicial determination;
that the title of plaintiff in and to said
real estate and every part and parcel
thereof be quieted against the said de
fendant and against his heirs and as
signs, and against each and ''ll persons
claiming by, through or under him; and
that said defendant, and his heirs and
assigns, and any and all other persons
claiming by, through or under him, be
forever enjoined and restrained from
setting up any right or claim or interest
in or to the said real estate or any part
or parcel thereof; that plaintiff have
judgment against the said defendant
for his costs and disbursements in this
suit; for such other and further relief
as to the Court may seem meet and
Service o f this summons is made up
on you by publication thereof in the
Coquille Herald, by order o f the Honor
able John S. Coke, Judge o f the Cir
cuit Court o f the State o f Oregon in
and for the County o f Coos, and which
order is dated the 19th day o f June.
o f the delivery o f said three shares o f
stock to plaintiff, be barred and fore
closed o f all rights, claim and equity o f
redemption in and to saidpeisonal prop-
| erty; that the overplus, if any there be,
I be paid to the Clerk o f this Court to
abide the further order o f the Court,
I and for such other and further relief
as the Court shall deem meet and equit
able in the premises.
Service o f this summons is made by
publication thereof in pursuance o f an
order made by the Honorable John S.
Coke, Judge o f the Circuit Court o f the
State o f Oregon for Coos County, dated
the 5th day o f August, 1915, directing
that service thereof be made by publi
cation in the Coquille Herald, a weekly
newspaper published in the city o f Co
quille, Coos County, Oregon, once a
week for a period o f six weeks, com
mencing with the issue o f August 10,
J. J. STANLEY.
Attorney for 1’ lainUtF.
Two Kinds of
A W IG IN
W A R T IM E
By F. A. MITCH EL
By DONALD CHAMBERLIN
Farmers Depend On Them to
Get Produce to Market.
The author sat in his study dancing
In the spring o f 1914 1 Joined the E i
the characters o f his imagination, us u
ropeau invasion of Ainerlcuu touris s
Punch and Judy showman sits under
and made Germany my stampli :
his mimic stage working his puppets,
ground. Before leaving home I dent
w lieu u card was sent up to him bear
to Washington for a passport, f« r.
ing the name John Kemington
though at the time there was not much
Now, John Kemlngtou was the name
prospect o f using one. I preferred i *
the author had used in his last novel.
be provided. The document describe I
He knew no real person of that name,
Adequate Highways Are of Highest me as Edward Boyer, aged thirty on *,
for ho had found the uame In a tele
Importance to Both Country Pro five feet eight Inches high. eyes, hair
In the Circuit Court of the State of O re phone directory. Why had this person
and City Consumers— How and complexion dark.
called to see him? He was curious to
gon. for Coos County.
In Berlin 1 contracted typhoid fever,
Solved Its Road Problem.
learn. He directed thut he be shown
and when 1 recovered my hair fell oul.
JK N XIK COLYAK
into his study.
Iu the early days good roads were leaving my skull as polished as a piece
The imaginary John Kemlngtou, hero
^ SU M M O N S
o f ivory.
of “ An Uueut Diamond,” was u bluff f not altogether necessary because fam
H O M E R D. CO L YAK
On the 28th of July the liomb o f the
but honest countryman who had mar ily wauta were supplied by family European war exploded and 1 was ad
To the above named defendant, Hom ried the daughter of a farmer. They work, says William A. Ilite in the mouished that If I wanted to get out
had quarreled soon after the wedding, American Agriculturist.
Things are of the war zone and back home 1 must
er D. Colyar.
In the name o f the State o f Oregon, and the wife had left her husband to ' different today. The farmer depends bestir myself. 1 had not yet recov
you are required to appear and answer go to the city to make her own living
ou roads, and upon good roads, to get ered my strength, but I was due in
ihe complaint filed against you in the When the real John Kemington en
above entitled suit within ten days from tered he appeared to the novelist to be his products to market, and cities de- America on the 18th o f August und
the date of the service o f this summons of that class from which the character I>end upon good roads to get their prod resolved to start at once.
The first thing needed was a wig. 1
upon you, if served within this County,
ucts to the country. The road, there-
or, if served in any other County o f had been taken.
sallied forth to gel one. having Just
“ I’m not goln’ to take up your time. j fore, while o f most Interest to the an hour before the train ou which I
this state, then within twenty days
from the date o f the service o f this sir,” said the man. “ or beat about the owner o f adjoining premises, is o f just was to leave would start. This gave
summons upon you; and if you fail so to bush. It’s no concern o f mine how j as vital Interest to his neighbors.
me about twenty minutes to procure
appear and answer, for want thereof you got hold o f my story or what In
Where roads are bad the farmer mar
plaintiff will apply to the court for the fluenced you as to the version you kets his products before the roads a hair bead covering I found a place
where such things were sold, but un
relief demanded in the complaint, a gave of it In your novel
You made break up by freezing and thawing. You fortunately the only wig they hail
succinct statement o f which is:
the dissolution o f the marriage contract me out a brute, and I suppose I am see, it is impossible to get crops to that would fit my head was of an
It’s my misfortune to have
existing between plaintiff and defen one.
the railroads through mud. Rushing auburn hue. There was no other place
been made that way. What I want
dant, and for costs
| to market at the end of the harvest to procure one within a dozen blocks
The service o f this summons is made to know is where I can find my wife.”
destroys natural balance by allowing 1 looked at my watch aud saw that 1
by publication pursuant to an order
The novelist gathered that to a co
dealers to depress prices in the fall had just ten minutes to get the train
signed by James Watson, Judge o f the incidence In name and another in hav
I paid for the auburn wig, clapped it
County Court o f I he State o f Oregon for Ing hit on an actual story (or some
because o f excessive offerings, and of
Coos County,made August 9,1915,direct thing like it) for the subject matter of boosting prices in winter because the on my head and started for the sta
ing said summons to be published in the his novel this man’s call was due.
supply can be controlled. This is a
I was on the last,j>assonger train to
Coquille Herald; the first o f said publi
leave Berlin The war was brand new
cations to be on August 19,1915, the last
as a brute. Wherein, may 1 ask. have pay both country producers and city to me, but not to the Germans, who
oneS ept. 21, 1915.
I made you brutal?”
W a l t e r S in c l a ir
consumers. Farmers have demanded were prepared for it- Tw o tilings espe
“ Well, first off, 1 should have give in
Attorney for Plaintiff
good roads so as to get their children cially I had uot considered, for 1 had
as soon as I got married. There’s no
not heard o f them—the Germans’ spy
Notice of Executors Sale of Real Property at use of a husband trytu’ to have his to school, to church, and for themselves system and their methods of detecting
way with his wife, it’s not in reason.” and their families to enjoy what mod their enemy’s spies.
ern civilization has dealt out to them.
“ Why so?”
I was brought to my senses by see
Rad roads mean isolation, and isola
J. J. S tanley ,
“ ’Cause there’s no reason In a wo
Attorney for I’laintiff,
tion and bad roads combined drive ing a German officer come through the
man She ain’t made that way.”
Coquille, Coos County, Oregon. 6-22-9t
boys and girls from the farm. Ohio train examining passports. 1 had mine
“ How Is she made?”
court o f Coos County, Oregon sitting as
in a hand bag. got it out and had it
a court for the transaction o f probate
"W hy, jest as you made Peggy Only solved these problems through legisla ready when the man reached me He
Notice ot Sheriff's Sale
business, made and entered upon the since you didn’t get the whole story tion providing for state aid and en
couragement in road building. It did read the description, looked at me. and
9th day o f August, 1915 in the Matter there’s lots o’ things you left out.”
this by ascertaining, first, that approxi noticing my red wig. his expression
By Virtue o f an execution duly issued o f the Estate o f Sarah J. Ferry, de
“ Name some of them.”
mately 89,000 miles o f road were in changed at once to one of fierceness
by the Clerk o f the jircu it Court o f the ceased, the undersigned, executor o f
It found also that 9,000 He said something to us in German
County o f Coos, State o f Oregon, dated said estate, -will sell at private sale to a little thing annoyed me she'd better the state.
the 24 day o f July, 1915, in a certain the highest bidder for cash or in part
miles, or approximately one-tenth, con that I did not understand and. galling
action in the Circuit Court for said
nected up towns and cities every some soldiers, turned me over to them
County and State, wherein John A. as hereinafter stated, in one parcel,and the same as if I hadn't shown tier a where. With this network of high for safe keeping, then went his way
Roeblings Sons Company, a corporation subject to confirmation or resale by the dozen times that it annoyed me Then
through the train
as plaintiff recovered judgment against county court, from and after the 8th she’d give up to me in a heap o’ small ways every section of the state was
An American gentleman who under
Clarence Gould for the sum o f Three day o f September, 1915, all the right, things that I didn't set store by. then connected with every other section. ;
Hundred Sixty One and 68-100 Dollars, title, interest and estate o f the said come down on me for one big thing Thus every city and village o f any size stood German announced to me the un
Sarah J. Ferry, deceased, at the time
in the state is reached and every i j pleasant information that I had I k *» u
on the 5th day o f Jan. 1915
that was mighty important
Notice is hereby given that I will on o f her death, and all the right, title
township is crossed. The cost o f build j artvsted as a French spy
the 27 day o f August, 1915, at the
ing these roads was divided equally j heard the officer say that the passport
Court House Door, in Coquille, Oregon
between the state and the county in I traveled on belonged to one having
in Coquille in said County, at 10 o ’clock quired other than or in addition to that mentionin' things I hadn’t wanted.”
which the road was built. Of the a French name and that it described
“ Why. then, do you consider your
in the forenoon o f said day, sell at pub o f the said deceased, at the time o f her
a black headed man. while 1 was a red
lic auction to the highest bidder, for death, in and to all that certain real self brutal in having objected to this county’s half 10 per cent is paid by the
adjoining property owners and 15 per headed man Never had there been a
cash, the following described property, property described as follows, towit: course?’
cent by the township in which the road more barefaced attempt to can y infor
to-wic: The north half o f the south east The north one .half of the northwest
"W hy, because Peg was made that
quarter, section thirty, township twen quarter, the southwest quarter o f the
is situated. A levy of one-half mill mation out of Germany for the use of
ty-four, south range eleven west o f the
on all the taxable property of the an enemy.
Willamette meridian Coos County Oro-
Here was a pretty pass. Iu my hur
state produces approximately $3,500,-
“ You mean a brute? Of course 1
;on, containing eighty acres more or section 25, township 29 south, range 12
000 a year. ’Phis plan avoids the ob ry to get awaj 1 had forgotten my
ess taken and levied upon as the prop west o f the Willamette Meridian in was. What does a brute need but a
jections urged by many against a state passport, or. rather. 1 had thus far uot
erty o f the said Clarence Gould or as Coos County, State o f Oregon.
Terms and conditions o f sale: Cash: tamer? What does a ship need but a bond issue. It is the policy of the l*eeu required to show It. and it had
much thereof as may be necessary to
satisfy the said judgment in favor o f or $590 in cash on the day o f the sale ship had life in it it would object to state to pay as it goes. A bond issue n ot occurred to me that the document
John A. Koeblings Sons
Company and the remainder to be evidenced by a
is extravagant This plan stands for would be now required
When we learned a city—1 didn’t
against said Clarence Gould with inter promissory note dated said day o f sale bein’ turned this way and that way by economy. The appropriation is suffi
that contemptible little thing at its
est thereon, together with all costs and
cient to convert at least 700 miles of know what city 1 was taken from the
stern? But where would the ship go
disbursements that have or may accrue.
cent per annum, interest payable an- without the rudder? On the rocks, of summer ruts and winter holes into train and conducted to the beadquar
A lfred J ohnson , Jr.
ters of an officer who. I judged by
splendid all year round thoroughfares.
ually, with provision for attorney fees
in event suit or action is instituted to course. That's where I've gone.”
There is also in Ohio a system of the respect paid him. was * of high
Dated at Coquille July 26, 1916.
“ How have you gone on the rocks?”
collect same or any portion thereof,
intercounty roads. Three-fourths of rank. He received me with u lowering
“ Why, I've got so confounded much
said note to be secured by a mortgage
the money raised is divided equally brow, read the description in my pass
upon said property above described of my way that I don’ t know what to among the eighty-eight counties, giving port and looking at my wig. said what
do with it.”
In tb e C iicu it C ou rt ui tne S ta te o l with usual terms and conditions.
to each county about $30,000 o f state by his expression 1 judged to menu,
W il l ia m F l o y d
O regon in an d for th e
“ And you wish to find your wife t»>
aid each year. In addition to this, “ Take him out and shoot him.”
Executor o f Estate of
C ou n ty o f C o o s
ask her to come back and tyrannize
The soldiers advanced to take uie ;
the county raises $*10,000 for the same
Sarah J. Ferry, Deceased. over you some mure?’
Farmers and Merchants Bank o f Co
kind o f road. The state also provides Iu a fit of desperation 1 seized my red
"That’s my job.
quille, a corporation,
for main market roads, twelve in num wig and. throwing It on the floor,
Mount Vernon, the
“ And you propose to knuckle down
ber, that run across the state from trampled on it and cried out, “ I am
Home of Washington and give her her owu way in every east to west and from north to south not a red headed man; I am an Amur
and one diagonally from northeast to ieau ell izen "
Alfred Johnson Lumber Company, a
“ You bet.”
There must have been something
southwest. Those roads connect all
corporation, Seeley-Anderson L o g g in g (From the Washington Herald, April 17)
The novelist paused in his questions
ridiculous in the act. for the officer
Company, a corporation, Robert Dol-
The beauties of Mount Vtrnon, and a and was very thoughtful
burst into a laugh
Then an inter
lar, Trustee, and the Grace Dollar short account of its interesting history
written a novel of 400,000 words to 2,000 miles o f main market roads are prefer was called, who translated my
Steamship Company, a corporation.
show what a fine fellow his Imaginary
As soon as it was understood
may be employed on roads, thus bring story
SUIT IN EQUITY— To foreclose a delightful way in the above-named book rough diamond was. and the real ing into use a state charge that con that I was an American and the pass
of about fifty pages. The author shows- rough diamond had knocked the statue
tributes to state improvement and thus port belonged to me I was set at lib
To Robert Dollar, Trustee, and the himself to be thoroughly acquainted he had built up off its pedestal in a avoids competition with free labor in erty. with an apology. Realizing that
Grace Dollar Steamship Company, a with the subject, and in an easy manner few minutes
my train had gone on, I asked for a
“ Reckon you ain’t got a wife?” con
corporation, two o f the above entitled takes one from Washington to Mount
permit to travel on a troop train, and
tinued Mr. Kemington.
Vernon, there to depict in detail thé
an era o f road building that will not one was given me
“ No; I haven’t.”
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE well-marked points of the greatest object
I could not endure to travel without
stop until every mile o f the intercoun
“ I reckon j vu hadn’t.”
OF OREGON; You and each o f you
my wig. so I retained it. During my
“ Why so?”
are hereby notified that you are required
Journey through Belgium I fell in with
to appear and answer the complaint filed ten from a litterary standpoint, as is
“ Waal, Peg did a lot o’ things tti only will these trunk lines be im a Frenchman with a red head
against you in the above entitled suit evidenced l>v a concise and graceful your book that she never did to home, proved. but innumerable features will
within six weeks from the date o f the style, it would well act. as a guide for and didn’t do a lot o’ tilings that she be built to them. Every mile o f im soon as we passed into France he gave
me his passport, which he no longer
first publication o f this summons, to
did do to hoiu’A. and with a venge proved road begets another mile, and j needed
Having had-so much trouble
wit: Within six weeks from the 10th the pilgrim visiting Mount Vernon for
with my own passport, I decided that
day o f August, 1915, and if you fail to the first time, and especially so for the a nee.”
“ Mr Remington,” said the author
appear and answer on or before the 21st visitor who has a deep regard for the
possibly I might have use for the oth
day o f September, 1915, that being the traditions which clothe the nation’s after another pause, “ I owe you an roads are their own press agents.
er. so I accepted it
apology for having told your story
last day o f the time prescribed in the
While working my way south toward
order o f publication, the plaintiff will greatest shrine.
Money Well Spent.
Paris I was set upon by a party of
take judgment and decree against you
Each visitor will be tbe better and
“ Just so.”
Every dollar expended in increasing French spy hunters Thinking to get
for the relief demanded in its complaint, wiser for the reading of this volume and
“ And I owe myself an apology for
a succinct statement o f which is as in laying it aside will surely be im having spent n year and a half telling- road building and every dollar employ rid <>f them without their noticing the
ed to carry expert advice and reliable j difference Iu my hair from that laid
pressed with great feelings of reve»ence
information on road construction into down In my passport. I used the one
Plaintiff will take judgment against tor the founder of this republic. The It and the public an apology for hav
the above entitled defendant, Alfred volume is not only valuable ior its edu ing taken up its time reading a lot of j the various sections o f our country is given me. Unfortunately a keen eyed
Johnson Lumber Company, a corpora cational matter, and as a thoroughly
a distinct contribution to the welfore fellow noticed how the hair of my wig
tion, upon its acceptance of the draft good gui le, but aiso as an example ot but If you'll give me what clew you and happiness of the people.
fell on tny neck and. grasping the wig.
set forth in complaint for the sum o f fine book making. The execution is have, if any. I'll help you find her.”
held it up amid shouts from the oth
Twenty-five Hundred Dollars and inter perfect ;rhe printers’ art was never better
“That’s fair enough
1 always like
est thereon at the rate o f six per cent shown, and tbe illustrations are such as to see n man own up when he’s in the o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o ers. crying.
“ A spy! A spy!”
tier annum from the 18th day o f Novem to command tbe admiration of all. It wrong.”
GOOD ROADS. O
Again I was taken before an officer—
ber, 1913, for an attorney fee o f Two contains exceptionally well executed
Mr Remington had a clew which he
Hundred and Fifty Dollars and for its .half tones of tbe Mount Vernon Home,
o this time a Frenchman, who. on re
costs and disbursements in this suit
Good roads save money be- o ceiving the report o f my captors, or
the Potomac, the grounds, as also of found the rough diamond’s wife There 2
That a certain pledge agreement giv George and Martha Washington.
o dered me out to instant execution
In was another dialogue In the former’s o cause:
en by defendant Alfred Johnson Lumber the descriptions of the parts of the house
They cheapen transportation to o stood before him with folded arms and
Company to plaintiff securing the sum the out-buildings, and tbe various uten- study in which he essayed to prove
o uncovered dome and cried In a sten
above mentioned upon the following sds, the manner of living at Mount to her thut her husband would be an \ o the markets.
They reduce the drain upon g torian voice:
described property, to wit: Three shares
capital invested in horses. o
*‘.le suis Amerlcain!”
o f the capital stock o f the Grace Dollar Vernon 100 years ago is plainly painted, she returned to him
and tbe difficulties clearly set forth by
They prevent waste o f time, g
I suppose It was the absurdity this
steamship Company, a corporation, o f
the par value o f 11000.60 per share, and sources of our ov n time.
o and “ time Is money.”
o rime as well ns before that saved me.
as evidenced by certificate numbered 9,
They add to the Joy o f living, g The officer laughed, consented to listen
Tbe story of Washington never can
“ 1 came to tell you I got my own o and joy adds to the effectiveness o
dated at Portland, Maine, February 19,
to me. and. since 1 spoke French to I
be told too often. Mis spirit should ever
1913. and signed by Robert Dollar, permeate the people of tbe land. The way. after till,” he said.
§ o flife .
§ erably. I told my story, producing my
President o f said Grace Dollar Steam great work he did, stands as an example
“ How did yon do It?”
Good roads may be had by o own passport.
ship Company, lie foreclosed in the for all time, and his devotion to his
“ My wife’s so confounded contrary
And so my life for the second tine
manner provided by law, and in the
country, his self-sacrificing, his long en
Use the drag. o was saved by mock heroics, and I
manner prayed for in plaintiff’ s com during toti, and at-ove all his exalted
plaint; tnat said personal property be patriotism, will ever make him the ex
o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o reached Paris without further fimibte
sold by the Sheriff o f Coos County. Or
emplar of the nation. He K truthfully
egon, according to law, and as personal
portrayed by tbe author of this little
iperty is sold on execution and ae- book. It is a book all should read.
Have you paid the Printer?
cordiing - to the
practice o f this Court;
GET YOU R
' ' P*
O REG O N a n d W A S H IN G T O N
and the proceeds o f said sale applied to Bv J. K. Jones with thritv-throe illus
trations, $1.00 net.
the payment o f the costs o f this suit,
attorney’ s fees, the costs o f said sale
Any bookseller will get this for von.
and the sum which shall bo found due or it will he sent post pa td by the pub
T ill" D IA M O N D U B A M I.
A D ir e c t o r y o f e a c h C ity , T o w n a n d
plaintiff under said pledge agreement lishers, upon receipt of one dollar.
V illa g e , g iv in g d e s c r i p t i v e s k e t c h j f
e a c h p la c e , lo c a t io n , p o p u la t io n , t e le
and the draft and acceptance thereof
g r a p h . s h ip p in g a n d b a n k in g p o i n t ;
secured by same; and that said defend U. S. PRESS ASSOCIATION
a ls o C la s s ifie d D ir e c t o r y , c o m p il e d b y
ants and all persons claiming under
Di n n ltt.~ A * k f i » C ifl-C ii V « ' ' t f h «
si n ess a n d p r o fe s s io n
D I A M O N D U R A N I ) I M I . I .* , for » 5
them, subsequent to the execution o f
year* known as Best. Safest. Always Reliai-i«
M. I . P O L K A C O .. S F .A T T l
Washington. D. C.
said pledge and subsequent to the time
SOLO BV DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
••.-j— ¡ ¡ ¡ n m a m n
NECESSARY TO THE CITIES.
W ra p p ers
PH ICH ESTER S PILLS ^
“TALK TO PORTLAND” !
Recent improvents in our long distance lines ami switch
boards have resulted in much better transmission for
telephone conversations to Roscburg, Eugene, Salem,
Portland and all Western Oregon points. Business men
will now find it is as easy to talk to their Portland Cor
respondents as at their local customers.
U üj the T e lep h on e
It saves you time and money and makes for more satis
factory business relations.
Coos and Curry Telephone Co
A. J. SHERWOOD, PRES.
L. H. HAZARD. Cash...
F IR S T
R. E. SHINE, V-Pics
0 . C. SANFORD, Asst. Cashier
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Boar o of Di rec t ors .
Correttone» i i »
R. C. Dement, A. J. Sherwood,
L. H. Hazard,
R. E Shine.
National Bank o f Commerce,New York City
(’ rocker Woolworth N ’ l Bank, San Francisco
First Nationall Bank o f Portland, Portland
Is * useless money.
I f you
have any cash that isn’ t work
ing put it to work for you as
you worked for it.
m ? /
savings account with this bank
and your money will at once
begin earning interest for you
and will keep at the task 24
hours a day, 7 days a week
and 52 weeks in the year.
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l ‘oint 4 p. m.
M a k e r n r v a t i m f- in u va i o at
D rug M m e , ' a rs lilu ld.
Fate Finn Myrtle Point $7.00
All Baggage Handled
J. L. LAIRD, Proprietor
O ffice nt L a in ) ’ « Stag • Ba t n , M y r le 1’ . in i. H. .ill F lu. lit s
OLD R E LIABLE— EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
A L W A Y S ON TIM E
Sails from Coos Bay
Every Sunday at 8 a. m.
From Portland 8 a. m.
Every Thursday at 8 a. m. .
Tickets on sale at Portland City 1 icket Office 6th & Oak St.
P. L. STERLING, Agent
Phone Mam 181
Linder 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. Y O U N G , Proprietor
If you are to hit what you aim at.
People should know what you have
to afer and we have the means of
— telling them.
An Ad. from you in this paper will reach
buyers w h o buy, isn’t taat sufficient?