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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1916)
Notice oí Sheriffs Sale
11 B e t ^ b u a
ITTY GRAY, an American newspaper
reporter, finds and purchases half an
old coin that she discovered in the
window of an old curiosity shop. She is so
impressed by t! a inscription which promise^
and adventure that
u p her position on the
vspaper in order to
d ev o te h erself to
solving the mystery.
The derision of her
editor moves her to
bet him a year’s sal
ary that she can do it.
She starts for the
strange country and
throughout the story
she is shadowed by
those who strive to*
thwart her at
r the most a ton ding < -' a les, h e r
How she triumphs
hair-breadth escaj e. and .-¡¡ling adventi ires are trid in the Uni
versal’s new magni
■ t .
c o in ,
d i ri h i ’O
n Hough, the f r-u s author who
founded on the st. -; y i y 1
on as “Tl
wrote such master] ■
“54-40 or Fight.’’ and : n
,ses. He has out
onderful l !
dune his previous efforts in i!
‘ongesi mu luosi, brilliant eombin-
COIN, which is plat d by tl.
ation of moving picture st; s ew r broug
See Grace Cunanl ami Front i Ford in
Follow Kitty Gray through her deviot
picture serial ever shown on the . t reen.
umpli - if realism an<! sensation,
.«.¡venturous quest, in the finest
See TH E BROKEN COIN S
The P hoto Flay S eria l Suprem e
I S E p iso d es— One Each Week
A t the Scenic Every Saturday
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BRIEF NEWS OF OREGON
-**• thing for mother, wife, sister,
sweetheart or grandmother wonder
ing what to buy? Woman appreciates
the tasty, the dainty, the ornate and
the USEFUL combined. These quali
ties are all embodied in
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Th* Giant Bible.
Tiu-re ia in the Royal library at E n v e lo p e s ,
Hto kholm among other curiosities a
L e tte r h e a d s ,
The annual meeting of the Oregon manuscript work known as the giant g
Sportsmen's League has been called Bll'ii on account of Its extraordinary
illninslons. It measures 90 centime
C a rd s,
December 19 and 20 at Portland. ter In length and la 50 centimeters
Events Occurring Throughout for Indian
tuberculosis day in the Unit in breadth—that is, about 35 by 19
C ir c u la r s ,
the State During the Past
ed States was observed at the Uma Inches. It requires three men to lift
tilla Indian reservation agency Sun It. There are 309 pages, but seven
liaie been lost The parchment of
S ta te m e n ts .
Plans are incubating for raising which the book la comiioaed required
Dump Or* Make* First Class Road. funds for the reclamation of 100,000
acres of arid land in Crook and Jef i columns on each page, and the book
Baker.—That a new era In road-
| < ortalus the Old and New Testaments,
making In Baker county is at hand
Moving pictures are the latest enter with extracts from Josephus. The
Initial letters arp illuminated. The
seems likely as the result of experi
tainment feature introduced at the birdlng is of oak. four and one-half
ments mad-» In the lower Powder sec
Old Soldiers’ Home at Roseburg by centimeters in thickness.
tion. Son e months ago a section of
road was built of ore from the dumps
An Optimistic Tim*.
S. A. Kendall, of Pittsburg, Pa., ia
of the mines In the Virtue district.
Our memory goes baik to the tlm*.
in Roseburg to inaugurate work on
This piece of road is today a fine,
the $1,225,000 mill and logging road about a month or so before we were
smooth highway, tightly bound and
married, when we were in a frame of
plant his firm will build.
Improving with use.
November building in Eugene, al mlntl where. If unybody bad come
enough talc as a binder and Is in every
C all a n d see u s o r te le p h o n e
though naturally at an ebb because of around and usked us for a million dol
way a success. There is a great quan
the winter, showed an increase of 44 lars for national defense or anything a n d we w ill calf a n d see y o u . I f
tity of this ore on the dumps at the
else, for that matter, we’d have gone
per cent over November, 1914.
Virtue, I-'lagstaff, Cyclone and other
William C. White, who died at Her- out and tried to get It for hliu.— Ohio we d o n ’t d o y o u r p r iu tiu g w e b o th
mines which are easy of access and
miston, November 2, at the age of State Journal.
the ore can be had for hauling away.
lose m o n e y .
83, had been a resident agriculturist
of Umatilla county for 52 years.
Non-Partisan T a riff Board Urged.
Authority was given by the Oregon
Pendleton.—Recommendation of a public service commission to the West
non-partisan tariff board, tariff regu- ern Telephone company, of Wood-
; lation consistent with the attitude of burn, to increase its rates for service.
j sheepmen in past years; a pure fabric
With a total of 200 exhibitors and
law for protection of the consumer, something like 1200 to 1500 individual
Because it takes less of your time and
energy to answer.
and repeal of the La Follette seaman birds entered, the seventh annual
In ibe County Court of the State of Oregon act, were included In resolutions Poultry anil Pet Stock show is being
Because the convenience will cause you to
adopted at the close of the annual con held in Portland.
use it more and receive the
in and for the County of Coos
Dividends of Service, i
vention of the Oregon Wool Growers’
Practically every town in Clacka
association here. It was recommended mas county held its annual election
In the matter of the Estate)
Because it costs you less in dollars and
also that congress appropriate $100,- Monday and chose mayors, council-
cents than in the past.
d a v id m . d k b w , Deceased.)
The cost of a desk telephone is 25 cents per
men, treasurers and other officials for
To Thomas A. Drew, Claud E. Drew,
month—less than one cent a day.
Maud II. Bean, Lou W.s Gillespie and provements, and increase the appro the coming year.
Roy R. Drew, and to all other heirs and priation for the extermination of pred
In fixing the annual state levy last
devisees of David M. Drew, deceased, atory animals to $300,000 biennially to
week, the Portland school board au
unknown, if any such there he,
check a $15,000,000 annual stock loss. thorized the expenditure of $346,000
In the Name of the State of Oregon,
on new school buildings to be erected
You and each of you are Hereby cited Coos Bay Hatcheries Short of Eggs. during the coming year.
it rid required to appear in the County
March field.—The South Coos and
Walter Rees, of Cove, has purchased
Court of the State of Oregon, for the
County ol Coos, at the Court Room North Coquille river fish hatcheries, 1600 acres on Crooked Creek, in Lake
(hereof, at Coquiiie, in the County ot superintended by Frank W. Smith, county, through the Mutual Realty
R. E. SHINE, V.-Pres
Coos, State of Oregon. Wednesday, the will be a little short of their usual company, of Lakeview. The consid A. J. SHERWOOD, PRES.
26th day of January, 1916, at the hour
ol ten o’clock in the forenoon of that amount of eggs this year, although the eration is reported as $40,000.
One hundred county judges and
■ lay, then and there to show cause, if take is not at aU discouraging. On
any exist, why an order of bale should Coos river the hatchery has between county commissioners, representing
not he made of the real property of the 5,500,000 and 6,000,000 eggs, while the every county in Oregon, are in Port
OP CO QU IliLiB, O R E G O N .
estate of David M. Drew, deceased, to-
wit: the south half of the southeast Coquille hatchery will have about 4,- land this week to attend the annual
T ra n s o c ts a G e n e ra l Banking Bueine^t-
quarter and the south half of the south 000,000. On South Coos, the retain convention of their association.
west quarter of section thirty-four, in ing racks were washed out twice by
The proposed factory near Grants
township twenty-nine south, range high water and before the first dam Pass of the Oregon-Utah Sugar com
8oird of Director»
0 o r r e » p o n o e e 11
fourteen west ot the Willamette meri
age was well repaired, the big flood pany, will be built next spring, ar R. C. Dement, A. J. Sherwood, I National Bank of Commerce, New York City
dian, in Coos County, Oregom.
Witness, the lion. John 8. Coke, came and all hope of securing more rangements having been made for L. Harlocker,
L. El. Hazard, I Crocker Woolworth N ’l Bank, San Francisco
Judve of the Circuit Court of the State salmon was abandoned.
R. E Shine.
First Nationall Bank of Portland, Portland
planting 5000 acres of sugar beets in Isaiah Hacker.
of Oregon in and for the (Jaunty of
Coos, acting fo r and in the absence of
The supervising architect of the
the lion James Watson, Judge of the SCOPE OF STUDY LARGER
treasury was advised by Architect Ho
County Court of the State of Oregon, in
and for the County of Coos, with the O. A. C. W in te r Short Course to Open bart, of San Francisco, that he had
seal of said County Court affixed, this
just forwarded to Washington the
on January 10.
10th day ot December, IVU5.
Attest: R obert R. W atso n , Clerk.
Corvallis.—The annual winter short completed plans of the new Portland
Is useless money.
Bv»D W atson , D e p u tv •
which will be held at the Ore postoffice building.
Additional awards granted by the
have any cash that isn't work
gon Agricultural College, January 10
horticultural Jury at the Panama Pa
ing put it to work for you as
to February 4, 1916, promises to be
cific exposition give Jackson county
wider in scope tlym in any previous
you worked for it. Open a
two more gold medals and one silver
year, and is characterized by three
The D utch W a te rsta a t.
savings account with this bank
The supreme defense of Holland special features, which include the re
and your money will at once
must be the “water line” through the organization of the work to meet the 45 out of 119 awards given Oregon.
~C. P. Henkel, superintendent of the
begin earning interest for you
heart of it from the Zuyder Zee to the special needs of the year, individual
Clackamas station of the United
and will keep at the task 24
Scheldt, created by opening the sluices. instruction wherever possible and
States bureau of fisheries, has pre
Holland has a department of state, round-table discussloifs and experience
hours a day, 7 days a week
sented his resignation, to take effect
with a cabinet minister at the head of reports.
and 52 weeks in the year. Do
December 15, and is going to Alaska
it. for her “waterstaat” an untranslat-
The work this year will be arranged
to look after mining interests there.
ihle word, which means practically so far as possible to prevent repeti
The supreme court will hear the
the state of all waters from the Held tion of formed short-course work. Ev
case of Peterson & Johnson against
drain in the polders to the Rhine at ery branch of agricultural industry
winter level. They are all linked up from growing to manufacturing and State Engineer Lewis, involving the
in one scheme in an office at The marketing will receive special consiil question of whether Lewis or Cantine
is head of the highway department,
Hague.—London ( ’hrnnicle.
eration at the hands of the trained
on its merits, next Saturday after
specialists of the college staff, and at
the same time comprehensive courses
The body of the youth killed by a
in home economics embracing every
Southern Pacific passenger train at
phase of household science will be of
Salem, while walking on the main
fered to the women of Oregon by the
line, was identified by Walter Roas
And Auto Line
college faculty in the departments of
and wife, residing three miles south
Leave Myrtle Point on arrival oi
domestic science and domestic art.
of Salem, as that of their son, Ellis,
Eioat from Bandon. Auto to Rock
Marketing of dairy products, drain
aged 18 years.
Creek and from Camas; only 14
age of the wet lands of Oregon, rural
miles of staging. Arri\es at Rose-
The state fish and game commis
organization and rotation of crops, all sion has posted notices in Silvcrton
burp: 7:30 p. in. connecting with
north bound train. Arrive Myrtle
recognized as among the leading prob and vicinity that the fishing season
Point 4 p. m.
lems of the present-day agriculturist, in Butte creek, the Abiqua river and
Make reservations in advance at Owl
will get special attention.
Silver creek and their tributaries will
Drug Store, Marshfield.
be closed from December 10, 1915,
R egistration to S ta rt January 3.
From Myrtle Point $7.00
to March 31, 1916.
Salem.—Registration of voters for
Receipts of the state industrial ac
J. L. LAIRD, Proprietor
the 1916 elections, under the new per cident insurance commission for No
We will supply a large
Office at L aird’s Stage Barn. Myrlle Point, Bolh Phones
manent system of registration adopted vember were $88,009.98, while the dis
Government Map, pre
by the last legislature, will begin on bursements totaled $35,781.87. Admin
January 3 in all counties in Oregon. istrative expenses for the month were
pared by the Interior
Through the passage of the new law $4792.25. The segregated accident
Department, at 50 cts.
it will not be necessary hereafter for fund shows a balance of $266.192.52.
voters to register more than once un
Five Linn county cities held munic
Under New Management
each, by mail prepaid.
less he changes his residence or fails ipal elections Monday. Albany elected
Having leased this well-equipped hotel, I propose
to vote at least once within the bien a full complement of new officers ex
These maps are official
nial period, ending November 30. after cept three counctlmen, who hold over.
to conduct it in such a manner as to merit pat
the regular biennial general election. Lebanon chose a mayor and three
ronage and give satisfaction to the traveling
counctlmen, Scio, Sweet Home and So-
W ork Stopped on V a in U m a tilla Canal daville elected full sets of new offi
Henniston.—With the completion of cers and in addition Scio voted upon
B ureau of A nim al
the main canal of the west extension
Industry Publications of the Umatilla project, work has been a new
Of the 172 accidents reported to the
discontinued lor the winter months, itate industrial accident Insurance
owing, it is said, to climatic condi commission for the week ended De
tions. The canal is about 27 miles cember 2 tHVee were fatal. Those kill
long, is concreted throughout and coat ed were James Pettigrew, of Pendle
Diseases of CATTLE,
approximately $375.000. The laterals, ton. teamster; Leslie McCourt, of Al
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Q E T YOUR
O REG O N a n d W A S H IN G T O N
ing and subtract’g device 100 00
R£ virtue of an execution and Order
of Sale duly issued by the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of the County of Coos
State of Oregon, dated the 17th day of
! December 1915, iu a certain action in
the Circuit Court for ¿»aid County and
State» wherein John C. Kendall as plain-
itiff recovered judgment ag.-inst F. L.
(ireenough, doing business under the
' firm name ot F. L. (ireenough & Co. for
I the sum of Four hundred eleven and
44-100 dollars on the 6th day of Decem
Notice is hereby given that I v\ ill or
the 29th day of Januarv 1916, t ’be
front door oi the Countv Court iou •
in Coquille in said County, at 10 -’dock
in the forenoon of said day, sell at »»«:b
lie auction to the highest bidder l< t
cash, the following deserilted prop rtv.
Southeast quaiter (se.1^) southwest
quarter ( bw ^ ) of section 27, township
27, south range 14; north half (%)
northeast quarter (n e^ ) section 34,
township 27, south range 14; noitheast
quarter ine»^) north w st quarter (nw,^)
ol section 34, township 27, south range
14, all being west of the Willamette
meridian in Coos county, Oregon.
Taken and levied upon a« the property
of tin* said F. L. Greenough or as much
thereof as may be neee.-sary to satisfy
the said judgment in favor of plaintiff
against said defendant with interest
thereon at the rate of 6 per cent, per
annum from the 6th day of December,
1915, together with all costs and dis
bursements that have or may accrue.
Alfred Johnson, Jr.
Dated at Coquille, Oregon,
December 27th, 1915.
C H A R L E S B A X T E R , P ro p rie to r
IJAV IN G bought the plant of the Co-
quille Mill and Mercantile’ Com
pany, the undersigned is now prepared
to fill all orders for any kind of
Especial attention will be paid to the
local demand, and every effort will be
made to supply anything needed at the
shortest possible notice. Your orders
E. E. JOHNSON
P O L K ’ S«
II. S. GOVERNMENT
612 F Street Northwest, Wash -
ington, D. C.
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V i lla * ., r iv in g d .s c r tp tlv a « ketch o f
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also C la re !it.d D irecto ry, co m p ile d b y
b usiness an d p rofession.
CO I K
C O .. S R A T T L E
Sold $5.00 Cash and *5.00 a month machines sent for three days’ examina-'
tion to any point on the Pacific Coast and if not satisfactory may be i
returned at our expense.
TH E W H O LESA LE TY PEW R ITER CO., Inc.
17 Montgomery St.
321 Washington St.
711 Second Ave