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Notice of Sheriffs Sale
i FORD OFF TO MAKE
PEACE IN EUROPE
Bs v i r t u e o f an execution and order
o f sale duly issued by the Clerk o f the
Circuit Court o f the County of Coos,
State of Oregon, dated the 14th day of ,
.January. 1916, in a certain action in the
Circuit Court for said County and State,
«herein L. Strong as Plaintiff recover
Leader Says He Is Confident
ed judgment against W. S. Jess and
I.ucy Jess, his wife- defendants, for the
Great Good Will Result
sum o f One hundred forty-eignt and 55-
100 Dollars, and costs and disburse
IT T Y GRAY, nr American newspaper
ments taxed at Fourteen and 50-100
reporter, finds and purchases half an
Dollars, on the third day o f January,
old coin that she discovered in the ' 191«.
window of an old curi" ;ity shop. She is so
New York.— Henry Ford and hia
Notice is hereby given that I will on
impressed by th<- inscription which promises
the 4th day o f March, 1916, at the front
guests, together with a large number
door of the County Court House in Co-
At romance anil adventure that
of newspaper correspondents and mov
quille in said County, at 10 o’clock in
she gives up her position on the
ing picture men. set sail on the Oskar
the forenoon o f said day, sell at public
•r in order to
II to endeavor to bring the great Eu
auction to the highest bidder, for cash,
the following described property, to-wit:
-— ZS : ¿
devot te herself to
ropean war to an end.
Lots 6 and 7, the East one-half of
solving the mystery.
One hundred and forty names were
the northwest quarter, (less ten acres)
The derision of her
on the list of Mr. Ford's guests. Of
o f Section eighteen, township twenty-
editor moves her to
these 83 are peace envoys, 54 news
, eight, Range twelve west o f the W il
bet him a year’s sal
lamette Meridian, containing ninety-
paper and magazine correapondents
i ight acres, all in Coos County, Oregon.
and three moving picture men. For
| Taken and levied upon as the property
She starts for the
their use Mr. Ford chartered the en
(if the said defendants, W. S. Jess and
strange country and
tire first and second cabins of the
I.ucy Jess, his wife, or as much there-
throughout the story
] of as may be necessary to satisfy the
said judgment in favor o f plaintiff and
she is shadowed by
The Oskar II should arrive at Chris
against said defendants with interest
those who strive to
tiania, Norway, her first stop, about
thereon, together with all costs and
, tlnvail her at
disbursements that have or may accrue.
December 14. Thence the party ia to
P h o to b y A m or lean PreuN ^laaoclatloo.
A L F R E D JOHNSON, J r ,
proceed to Stockholm, Copenhagen
How she triumphs ov r the most n.-toundiiv; <
Henry Ford, the millionaire manu and The Hague. It is proposed to
Dated at Coquille, Oregon,
hair-breHth escfip • find, thrilling adventures are l i . die Uni-
facturer, who chartered a ship and hold the peace conference at The
January 78, 1916.
< oIN ,
versal’s new magni!'' < nt | ' ure sirial, T IIE HRO
•ailed for Europe with a party of Hague.
founded on the :• ■ by J.iuir oil Hough, the fair.i t: author who
Notice of Administrator’s Sale
William J. Bryan and Thomas A.
wrote such masti i , ■ • < fi< io ■ • ; “ The Missis
Edison arrived at the dock an hour
Notice is hereby given that the un
“ 54-40 or Fight.” and ' ' e ' of ot her huge succe sc He has out
before the steamer sailed to bid fare
dersigned, administrator o f the estate
BRIEF WAR NEWS
done his prove••
o f David M. Drew, deceased, under
well to Mr. Ford.
and by authority of an order o f the
COIN, which is played by t 1 • n.i i and mo. t brilliant combin
Before sailing Mr. Ford issued what
Earl Kitchener has resumed his du
ation of moving piciure stars < v< 1 bn tight together.
. in ami for the County o f Coos duly ties as head of Great Britain's war de he called a farewell statement: “ I a n
See Grace Cunardand Fran i I rd in tin triumph of realism and sensation.
made and entered on the 29th day of partment.
sailing with the firm belief,” he said,
Follow K itty Gray through her <1<
au 1 a ¡venturous quest, in the finest
January, 1916, authorizing and direct
picture serial ever shown on the screen.
The German war levy of $8,000,000 “ that a great good will come of this
ing me so to do, will from and after
mission. It will keep alive the thought
the first (lav of March, 1916, proceed to per month against Belgium will be in
that peace is possible as well as de
sell at private sale all o f the real prop definitely continued.
erty of the said estate, to-wit: the
Field Marshal von Mackensen was sirable and, so long as that Is done,
south half of the southeast quarter and
slightly wounded by a Serbian bullet hope of peace exists.”
E p is o d e s — O n e E ach W eek,
T h e P h o to P lay S eria l S uprem e
the south half of the southwest quarter
o f section thirty-four, in township during the recent operations, says a
twenty-nine south, range fourteen west Copenhagen dispatch.
o f the Willamette meridian, in Coos
It is declared lhat, notwithstanding
County, Oregon, to the highest and
best bidder; terms of sale not less than denials, the pope has in his posses
one half cash in hand at time o f sale, sion Germany's terms of peace, and
balance payable not more than five that Cardinal Amette has those of
years from date of sale with interest France,
on such deferred payment, if any. at
Berlin, by wireless to Sayville, N. Y.
There have been no Important de-
the rate o f not less than eight per cent
velopmei ts on the Russian or French — Retreating Serbian troops have been
Dated February 1, 1916.
fronts, although the Italians assert overtaken and defeated near the A l
G U Y DREW,
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some minor successes in their cam banian border by the Bulgarians, ths
Administrator of the Estate o f David
war office announced here. More than
palgn against the Austrians.
M. Drew, Deceased.
According to the Berlin Lokal An- 100 cannon were taken. The occupa
zieger’s correspondent at Constantino tion of Monastir by Germans and Bul
ple, direct railway communication be garians is officially confirmed. The
Family Physician— I am afraid, Mr*. tween Constantinople and Berlin will statement follows:
IvtL- Gayblrd, your husband cannot last
"German and Bulgarian detach
be resumed this week. Freight trains
much longer. The trouble with your will run twice each week between the ments entered Monastir and were wel
biisbnml, madam, Is that he has over two cities.
comed joyfully by the authorities and
drawn his account at the bank o f vi
tality. Mrs. (luyblrd—I felt sure be
"Bulgarians halted the retreating en
was deceiving me about something.
SHORT NEWS NUGGETS
emy southwest of Prisrend (Serbia,
Doctor, 1 give you my word, I never
A police census of New York City near the Albanian border), defeated
knew be had any account there.— T o
him and captured more than 100 can
shows its population to be 5,263,888.
Tho national committee of the pro non and large quantities of war ma
John Hay on Stanton.
gressive party will meet at Chicago on terial, among which were 200 auto
In “ The Life and letters of John January 11.
Hay” Is this plaintive note to NIcolay:
Having achieved the conquest of
Miss Jane Addams did not accom
“ My dear Nico—Don’t, in a sudden pany the Ford peace expedition. Ta Serbia, the Bulgarian and Germanic
spasm of good nature, send any more
ken suddenly 111, she was conveyed to forces are undertaking to conquer
people with letters to me requesting
Montenegro. Greece, after appearing
the Chicago Presbyterian hospital.
favors from Stanton I would rather
for one instant favorable to the allies,
make the tour o f a smallpox hospital.”
the war has been placed in this coun now seems less likely to support
try for 200,000,000 pounds of copper them.
The Obliging Proprietor.
IT B e t ’l b u a
T e a r ls S a la r y
•Sec t h e
b r o k e n c o in
Í1Y TEUTONIC ALLIES
A t th e Scenic Every Saturday
R E M
B E R
-O u g h .’’
An exchange prints the following
11 t of words ending in "ough" and
ai da the pronunciation of the more ob-
si «re words, so far as ascertainable
from the dictionaries: Messrs. Gough
(g iff). Hough (huff) sn 1 Clough (duff),
tb ugh tough enough, thought through
the day that they wouid visit Mr,
Brough Ibroo), who, having a hiccough
(1 iccup) aud a cough, lived in a Clough
(Cuff or clou), with plenty o f dough
anil a tame chough (chuff) kept near
a plough In a rough trough, hung to
a bough over a lough (loch). A slouch
(siuf) of the bank into the slongh (sloo)
his thoroughbred’s hough
No wonder the foreigner shudders at
those four terrible letters!
C a rds,
YOU WANT THEM‘
S w ift’s Sarcasm.
"My brethren.” said Dean Sw ift in
a sermon, "there are three sorta of
pride— of riches, of birth and of tal
enta. 1 shall not no.v speak of the
Intter, none of you being liable to that
H s K n sw
"There’s lots of money in stocks."
That's where mine
w en t” —Princeton Tiger.
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we don’t do your printing we both
Superior Telegraph Service
A few days ago Mr. John C. Kendall called our Marshield
Telegraph oldce and dictated a message to our operator to be
sent to Mr. John D. Goss, who was in Portland.
11$ minutes, our Telegraph operator called Mr. Kendall and
read an answer to him from Mr. Goss.
The message had
been sent to Portland, Mr. Goss had been located, the mes
sage delivered to him, he had written the answer, which was
returned through the same successive steps.
This is an ex
ample of the prompt, efficient and satisfactory telegraph ser
vice which is being rendered daily to Pacific Coast points.
Standard Rates. Satisfactory Service. Call, telegraph and
dictate your message or file it at any o f our offices.
Coos and Curry Telephone Co.
R. L. SHINE, V.-Pres
0. C. SANFORD, Assi. Cashier
A. J. SHERWOOD. PRES.
L H.rHAZARD, CasL.c.
FIR ST N A T IO N A L B A N K
O F C O Q U IL iL B , O R E G O N .
T r a n s a c t s a G e n e r a 1 B a n k i n g B u» in ee -c *
Board of Olroetora.
R. C. Dement, A. J. Sherwood,
Natic nal Bank of Commerce,New York City
L. H. Hazard, | Crocker Woolworth N ’ l Bank, San Francisco
R. E Shine.
First Nationall Bank of Portland, Portland
Neal of Ihe Navy
G e t Rich Quick Wallingford
N e w s and Comedy
please give me an or at 20 cents per pound— $45,000,000
tlie persistent drummer. worth.
replied the crusty pro
President Wilson consented to re
ceive 500 delegates to the convention
at Washington of the National Ameri
can Woman Sufi rage association, De
Smith—You and .Times don’t seem to
he as friendly as you were. Does >)•
The 600 women teachers in the A t
owe you money? Brown—No. not ex
lanta public schools are threatening
actly, but he wanted to.
to strike or resign their positions rath
er than undergo a physical examina
Gooseberry bushes were originally tion in the manner prescribed by an
called gorseberry bushes, from the order of the board of education.
plants having prickles similar to those
Officers and electricians of the
of the gorso shrub.
United States submarines and navy-
yards are being drilled in the theory,
construction and operation of Thomas
A. Edison's storage battery for under
sea craft at the Edison factory.
\ RE you searching for that some-
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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
Electric Heating Devices
We will supply a large
OREGON P O W E R CO.
EE 3 O Q F - ------------ 1 $
Government Map, pre
pared by the Interior
Department, at 50 cts.
each, by mail prepaid.
These maps are official
A n n o un cem en t
Bureau of Anim al
I J A V I N G bought the plant o f the Co-
* * quille Mill an 1 Mercantile Com
pany, the undersigned is now prepared
to fill all orders for any kind of
L U M B E R
Especial attention will be paid to the
local demand, and every effort will be
made to supply anything needed at the
shortest possible notice.
Diseases o f C A T T L E ,
HORSES, P O U LT R Y ,
etc., 50 cents a volume
postpaid. These are all
and some are out o f
E. E. JOHNSON
WILSON TO WED DEC. 18
Ceremony at Mrg. Galt's Home
Evening to Be Private.
Washington.— President Wilson and
Mrs. Norman Galt will be married on
Saturday, December 18, at Mrs. Galt's
home here, according to a formal an
nouncement made »4 the white house.
It was also announced that the only
guests will be Mrs. Galt’s mother, her
brothers and sisters, the president’s
brother and sister, his daughters, and
the member of his immediate house
hold. No invitations will be issued.
Plans for the honeymoon trip are
being kept secret, but it is known the
couple plan to leave Washington
shortly after the ceremony.
a bank account
U. S. GOVERNMENT
London.— The retreat of the British
army in Mesopotamia was announced
by the official report of the war de
partment. The report confirms the
Berlin version to the effect that the
expedition sent to take Bakdad had
The official announcement
"General Townshend remained in
occupation of the battlefield at Clesi-
phon, beating off all counter-attacks,
till he had completed the removal of
his wounded and of 1600 prisoners
taken from the enemy; but in view of
our heavy losses, and the arrival of
Turkish reinforcements, he then with
"It is reported that our total casual
ties in the actions amounted to 4567.
General Townshend remarks of the
| steadiness of the troops and states
that the retirement was carried out
in perfect order. By the latest reports
General Townshend was within a few
miles of Kut-El-Amara, upon which
position he Is retiring.”
F Street Northwest, Wash
ington, D. C.
P O L K ’ S-
him to know exactly what hia
cash resources are at all times.
I t puts him in a position where
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Call here and
learn some other advantages.
Failure of Bagdad Expedition Agalnzt
Tu rk s Confirmed by London.
San Francisco Exposition Closes.
State Prohibition Valid In Colorado. ■
San Francisco- The Panama Pacif-
Denver.— The authority of Colorado
ic International exposition closed its to enact and enforce state wide pro
gates Saturday u-ht with a total at hlbltion was upheld by the state eu-
tendance for 288 days of 18,763,399.
- preme court.
A D irectory o f or h City, Tow n und
V illage, g iv in g d. poriptlve sketch st
e ic h pince, I.«a t.o n , population. tele-
gru; h. shipp if j and banking: point;
■’las« fled ’
ctory, co m piled by
*ss and pi
I -»I K A CO.. 8 K A T T L E
he can ask a loan to meet an
Three Conspirators Go T o Prison.
New York.— Dr. Karl Buenz, George
Kotter and Adolph Hachmelst of the
Hamburg-American line, recently con
victed of conspiracy to defraud the
United States government, were sen-
tenced to serve one and a half years
in the federal penitentiary at Atlanta,
Wilson's Name Is Filed In Nebraska. Ga. Joseph Poppenghaus was sen
Lincoln. Neb.— The name of Wood- tenced to one year. The Hamburg-
row Wilson as a candidate for the American line was fined $1.
Bail was fixed at $10,000 in each
democratic presidential nomination
was filed here to be placed on the case and was accepted from a surety
Nebraska primary ballot in 1916. The company.
petition was signed by local demo
France Names Peacs Terms.
Paris.— France will not make peace
until Alsace and Lorraine are won,
Russians Make Big Gain.
London.—The Russians have taken Belgium and Serbia restored, and
12 miles of trendies, 700 prisoners "German imperialism and Prussian
and a large quantity of munitions and militarism are put beyond the possi-
food supplies on the Tukum road west | btlity of resurrection," Albert Thomas,
secretary of war, declared.
OHEGON and WASHINGTON
tween a man and many busi
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W rite us for any Gov
"W on’t you
prietor. “ Get
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And Auto Line
Leave Myrtle Point on arrival oi
boat from Bandon. Auto to Hock
Creek and from Camas; only 14
milee of staging. Arrives at Koie-
burg 7:30 p. m. connecting with
north bound train. Arrive Myrtle
Point 4 p. m.
Make reservations in advance at Owl
Drug Store, Marshfield.
All Baggage Handled
Fare From Myrtle Pcint $7.00
J. L. LAIRD, Proprietor
Office at Laird’ s Stage Barn, Myrtle Point, Both Phones
Under New Management
H aving 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
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