Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, May 23, 1916, Image 2

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NOTES ON THE PHOTOPLAYS
dition of the roads hero as compared to
l l the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
Marshfield Wins Meet
Oregon Timberman
most other parts of the county are si­
Coos Countv
Representative Here
lent testimony to the enterprise and
Tne couutv school track tu. et.
effort employed. He said that gravel
P U B L IS H E D E V E R Y T U E S D A Y
Noel A j i . ^ ■-< Dow i» iow iii the Of Interest to Those Who Ague W. Johnson, Plaintiff, j Suit In
had been placed on this road at an bold at Mvrtle I’ oiot Saturday re-
vs.
y equity for
average cost of about $1.60 per rod, or suited in Marshfield carrying off C'UPt.vaoa representative o f Tbe*
Patronize the Movies
Alverda Johnson.
j a divorce.
Entered as second-class matter M ay 0, l l)05, at tire post office at
Defendant.
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less than $600 per mile. The depth of tirst honors, IS mdon seenni North Timberinan, tb« IV itU nd p u b lic.-!
1879.
Coquille, Oregon, under act o f Congrees of March 3,
To Alverda Johnson, the above nam-
gravel is about six inches and this is H„ni]
\fyrtl« Point fouitb,
Did you see Billie Burke in “ Peggy” ?
tiou whose Held is whut its name '
standing up fairly well under the loads
H
not
we
are
sorry
It
was
the
most
NAME OF THE STATE OF
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implies
Mr Dew stitcs H at bis
hauled afi there is not much heavy haul-
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absolutely delightful long picture ever 0REU0N; You are hereby notified
ing. This neighborhood has contribut-
, vent snd weil »Hen I, d
Ihe object is to write up this section as shown in Coquille and Billie Burke that you are
L A N S L E N E V E , C I T Y E D IT O R
required to appear and
ed much to get their roads in condition °dly thing wrong with it "an that it lias uever been written up before, proved herself all that she is cracked answer the complaint filed against you
Devoted to the material and social upbuilding ol the Coquille V alley and the roads will repay them for this Coquille came out at the wrong end
up to be. She is a BIRD. The picture in the above
entitled suit, within six
covering not ouly tbe timber re­
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weeks from the date of the first publi-
particularly and of C oos County generally.
extra labor.
They have a good excuse to offer, source but the harbor, tuiueial ami was perfect in every detail; it is no cation of this summons, to-wit on or
Work is now progressing on the
wonder that the Triangle pictures are before the 18th day of July 1916, the
Subscription, $1.50 per year, in advance.
Phone Main 381 grade up Ward creek. The old road liowcver, tor Hootou, th• ii star | er- other resource s, develop'd aud un- popular. The management of the Scen- last day of the publication of this sum­
here runs over'Yhe''mountain and’ is T b former, had an iujure I .eg which developed.
Several pages iu The |ic wishes to thank the Coquille public mons, and if you fail to appear and
on or before said date, for want
most impassable during the winter, kept him out of all tbe t vents ex- Tiuibermau will be given to us in a I f ° r >ts liberal patronage Friday night answer
thereof the plaintiff will apply to the
HOW MONEY CIRCULATES
Mr. Fabry and a crew of men were at (Opting one.
forthcoming number and it will be ' n ght and wi*fces to say that il » an en court for the rt.ief demanded in the
I couragement to bring such expensive complaint, a succinct statement of
Construction o f a beet sugar factory turns loose $ 100,000 in South­ work on the new grade which follows
a big boost tor Coos.
While
e features here, when such an attendance , ^ i c h is as follows to-wit: for a <1 ree
as near a water level as is practicable.
Protected Pests
ern Oregon
of the court dissolving the msr- ige
Timberman is issued in Portland, it C8„ ^ depended upon.
It is heavy grading and considerable j
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contract existing between the plaintiff
As long as tbe iudustry exists it will continue to put money into
is
a
publication
whose
scope
is
The
first
two
chapters
of
“
The
God-
filling to do, but they go at it with a
There are a great many pigeons |
ami the defendant.
circulation.
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vim that assures the completion of the . . .
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large, an I those wh> me f «miliar |de8s” _______
indicate that
serial __r
is, as _ ( | Service of this summons is mad by
undertaking
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year*
an<*
they
are
bavmg
glor
T be only way to get money into general distribution is through
with it Hie aw «re that it i* ■ »
promised, a very interesting series 0f ' publication in pursuance of an ord. r by
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the Hon. James Watson, Judge of the
Among the residents of Catching ions limes at the tanner > expei: e »in i ii aie aw«ie tout it is i.ut im-
payrolls and business.
butd with the Portland spirit That * p,clure#‘
W‘ undoubtedly be j county court of the 8tate Df Oregon,
creek
whom
it
was
our
pleasure
to
bv
eating
up
his
grain
Over
in
the
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:
popular
with
those
who
like
fine
and
;
made
the 22nd day of May 1916, direct-
It all the money in tbe world were in this state, without enterprises
ing the publication thereof in the Co-
meet might be mentioned the follow- Ten Mile country c o m p l a i n t s it ¡.a l-.-ueil iu that Hill« pawiisboi | high-class work on thj screen.
and business transacted it would not circulate and no one could get any.
For those woo like stunts the Scenic <Iu‘ be Herald, for a period of six weeks.
ing: A. R. Davenport, B. Bartlett and have been made to ihe game waul 0D >*»e YVi.lumelte is n baudicap | Forth
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Enterprises, investments and development ol hums and UctoMes, 01
son. W F. Hendricks John Fabry, R. cu
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js . ,aW that it will probably some time g e t , » “ bout to redeem its promise by show-, Commenpinlf oll the 23rd day of May
anything tliat puts money in circulation, helps everybody.
W. t.-atton and wife, r. O. Tomlinson,
ftWHV from hv milV: n„ a
• * ing “ The
Th Iron Claw,” starting next 11916, and the last publication on the
E. P. Adams, George Yarbrough, N. aSa,nst ,he destruction ol these; ( : Kid > limintv y IL'lu. en it...
b d WU U,t° ... Monday. J
All fans know I’earl White 16th day of July 1916.
The above ffems o f though* are culled from the news­
WALTER SINCLAIR,
A. Royer, Chas. Dilliboy S Hamilton, pea's when there really should be L os county, where ,U h metropolis j gn(j au |,ave geen her work in the Paul
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Attorney for Plaintiff, Coquille, Ore-
paper dope sent out by Colonel E. Hofer. He uses them Ü. E. Marsters, T. B. Bestul, W. F. a bounty on
ick of pi-
w' d smue dnj be loc t«d. ( jne and Elaine serials. No
glowing gon
5_ 23 .7t
un them
A fl
flock
pi­ ot
recommendation is needed. The Iron
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as an argument against what he calls “ freak legislation.” Slingsby, Orion Johnson and R. J.i geons can soon clear out a grain
West. But these are only a few living
The Girl Graduate
' Claw will eclipse all the others, and
Notice to Creditors
His idea o f “ freak legislation” is any sort o f legislation along the main road; the hills are liter­ field and tbe farmer has to stand i
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; that is enough said. See the first
for
it
T
iu
e,
he
can
report
ihe
lact
j
Notice
is
hereby
given that the un-
calculated to curb the great capitalists and corporations ally alive with people.
In school, academy and t.oUfc(ft. ; chapter next Monday.
i uersigned has been duly appointed ad-
Stringtown is another important sec­ to Ihe Game Commission at Port !
i ministratrix of the estate of Isaac N.
in their propensity to milk the public and their own em­
n tit li ds forth tlit? modern cultnrvd I
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tion with a number of farms, and land aud after g oin g through a lot j
i DeLong, deceased, and that all persons
ployees. The Colonel would he one o f the last men in the houses close together. Most of these o f red tape can get permission to I girl, her lovely head ho Htuffed with
j having claims against said estate are
1 hereby notified that they are required
A F E W OF O U R
world, just now at least, to advance an argument for the are truck and fruit farms with a few either fiighten them away 01 else knowledge it fairly makes her freez­
to present the same duly verified and
cows attached. B. F. Barklow, Dan
es cutl. We all leau hack iu ad-,
with the proper voucher» therefor, to
single tax; yet his utterances above might well be viewed Miller, C. E. Huff, M. J. Bonewitz, shoot them But by that time all
the undersigned at the office o f A. J.
miration when she stands up toj
Sherwood, in Coquille, Coos county,
with that slant. To paraphrase a little: If all the money Manley Barklow, R. W. Davidson, bis giain is eaten up and the birds make her speech, tlie finest product |
IN
Oregon, within six months from the
in the world were invested in land in this state, without George B. Adams and Dan Root are are alter his neighbor’s crop.
date
of this notice.
of the i atii n, ihe one seieue, un- i
among the residents.
We stayed over
Dated this 23-d day of May. 1916.
enterprises and business transacted it would not circulate night at the home of the last named
hh-unshed peach
Bt Ilf*ld her iu (
From John C. Kendall
a n n i e D e l o n g ,
Administratrix of the Estate of Isaac
her snowy garments, the pride, ti t '
and no one could get any.
It might be added that it and found them a very sociable family.
N. Del.« ng, deceased.
5 23-5t
The young folks are clever and enter­
Owing to the unpitasaut p e ro n - honor o f her class!
A iu dedicti u|
RANCH PROPERTY
would not cause a single acre o f land to grow where none taining. By way of diversion the old
a ities winch m irked the lust f> w oil tue varmints who sa> hi t learn- No, 7—A place containing 60 acres, 30
grew before, or two blades o f grass to sprout where one dog treed a coon in the early morning
ils'S of lb« campaign brtueen A .K . iug cuts no grasi-i
“ .Sb« basi t acres of it fine bottom land situated 7
formerly found nourishment.
Yet if a man puts a dollar and the boys got up and went to tne as­ Peck and myself, I belitve that a l arued to fry tbe mutton, an
n t miles from Coquille on the main river.
sistance of the dog with a 22 rifle.
into the improvement o f his land we proceed to fine him They bagged their nocturnal visitor statement from uie, the vauqu slpd equipped to he u w if-; she c u'iln l Balance of land -in good grass land.
Price $4000
for it. The folks who established the beet sugar factory and brought him in. It isn’ t every foe, al this lime is in Older,
fast* n on » bot*ou to rave h* r swe.
No.
8
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A
10
O
acre
s
ock
ranch.
10 acres
city suburb that call -furnish such spott
Regular as the Clock
First. I desire to thunk mi fiien is angelic life! W t'h all tier m i .b 'i
over which the Colonel rejoices will have to pay taxes on by way of variety.
of it is fine river bottom. Situated 7
fund
of
learning,
she's
ign
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every dollar that they put into their plant.
If we want The bridge across the river at Myrtle for tbe earnest an i loyal support useful chores; she ciniiot kepp a miles from Coquille on main river.
Price $3500
oil stove burning m i * won't so ol e j
to encourage “ Payrolls and business, enterprises, invest­ Point is condemned and the following given me, and
notice is posted.
“ Dangerous -Cross
Seei.i.d, I want to congiatnl»:e us out of doors. The man si e we. s | No. 13—A fine well-improved Dairy
ments and development o f farms and factories or any­ at your own risk.” In view of the fact my opponent A K . P.ck upon his wi l know disaster, nis di.n u.s ,.« ranch, 8 miles from * oquille containing
FirHt-class fare or..
$7.50
thing that puts money in circulation,” Why Would it not j that many of the PeoPle living on that success and assure b in of my sup- horn, un i love w. 1 sp.nl; she conn.- j 0 acres, 5) acres of it fine bottom land
U p frei ght , p e r ton
. n.oo
in
good
cultivation,
balance
fine
bench
make
a
mustar
I
p
aster,
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be a good scheme to lighten tbe burden o f taxation
poit at tiic g m ral election in No-
poultice on a boi ”
A an. t '• ¡and hill land all in Grass, 2 Houses, 2
such things and increase it on the “ investments” in land; the bridge is not safe the people think veiuli. r »gaii st bis D em ocialic a l- croakers, skip kd I e q e r or a e ' l|®arns. separator House and all other
E. & E. T. Kruse
that only keep it out o f use and the profit on which will il ougbt t0 be maiie so instead of Put- vers»ry. While still a litll« tender upset \ our apphcnits! the 1 ! n,» , necessary outbuildings, also 20 head of
n
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ting tbe risk of life and limb on top of in sp >ls as the result of several un­ rises with her paper on "O.d Gr n fine Dairy Cows, Chickens, Hogs, and
24 C alifornia Street, San Francisco
flow into the cotters of the owners Without any exertion ; the burden of taxes they pay for roads
expected blows I want it uu ler- G ods and M- dern A ts.” So pledt e al> farming Machinery go with the
or useful act on their part?
j and bridges.
her in a grape ju ce fl.gon !
\\ li ¡place; also 2 wagons, 1 hack, and a
F or Reservation»
stood that I b u h o r no resentment
carrs if she can se v or b.k ? She - ¡good team of Horses, close to good
nor grudge and that fiom uow on I as pretty as a new red wagon, a. <1 . School, Store, and P. O. A snap for
Principal Crites to Leave
J. E. NORTON
No, we “ don’t like Portland,” and we don t give a
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am for Peck for Representative i s sweeter than an old plum cake.
1 some one. The price is right, and good
A gent, C oquille, O regon
— W A L T MASON
j terms given. Terms are % cash, Bal.
whoop who knows it. No Coos county man who has
The students of the High school strongly os I was opposed to him
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on time to suit purchaser, secured with
before
the
Primary.
watched Portland’s treatment o f Coos county for a term aml lb" PetT,e of »*'« community in
Dairymen
to
Improve
Herdt
^ t g a g e at 7 per cent.
JOHN O. K E N D A L L
o f years can possibly find any excuse for a good word for geDeral are so,,'J lo 1,an‘
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No. 16 - A nice little ranch of 24 acres
(Ni t a paid sdvt.)
The Celebrated
with 22 acres of it in the bottom under
her. Ihe indignation meeting
held
in
Marshfield
last
week
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,
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tue Coquille High school during
One day 1 .st week s?v.n tho
the plow, the balance of 2 acres good
was not surprising, although it was encouraging as an in- (Le c iaiiug H(.,J0(,i y„hr. Uheu tLe
Made Night Hideous
with large
ougkbred Jersey bulls arrived a. bench land; . small Orchard,
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House and
and Barn,
situated 7
dication that som e.of our peo-ple who have been blind are Htu ie nts leurne I 111 ,t be was tbink-
this place having tieen purchased 1 7 room
room House
Barn, situated
7 miles
miles j
Yesterday morning at 3:30 one .
,
,
,
from Coquille
Coauille on main river. Price $720«)
*7200
■>
at last waking up to the real fact that the Herald man ing very sirious'y of accepting tbe
and lower I«
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of the ruos’ awful rackets that ever by ranchers ol the upper
r
Terms
cash bal. to suit purchase« at 1
A w arded G old Medal
has been pointing out to them for years that Portland is off-r ° - tl,e pnncip.iship of tbe broke the stillness ot the “ wee sma’ river thru J. L Smith. Thev wet: 5 per cent on deferred payments.
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h rancl?co’ 1 ) ] 5
no real friend o f Coos county, never was and never will Hood River High school, a petit on hours,’ ’ emerged fr.m the back a fine looking lot of animals, and ^ No 2 3-This is a snap if taken soon, a K
was draflcd and signed by every
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he. Her course in the matter o f the good roads campaign stude.it, requesting the board of yard of tbe Donaldson residence on attracted considerable attention 17 acre tract one mile from Coquille. A
while here, especially among tbs new 7 room residence, 4 acres in good
Hall
street.
The
sound
started
is exactly in line with her record. Her promises are great « lucali. >n to use eveiy means possi-
ranchers, and it is quite likely iha- ! cultivation, young orchard of 126choice
Tor T o ^ r s ^ C r X « !
with low mutterings which caused
but her performances are nil. All kinds o f help were id<* to ret «in bim. The presenting
more orders will be placed within a ‘ rUlt
J“ st l,eKln" lnK to bear. Miners, Sportsmen and Workers.
the people living near by to turn
f
Price $1700. Terms one-half cash, bal-
promised at first, but the promised speakers, after setting o il.t* pi ii ion w is uiiiiect ss:iry for uneasily in their sleep.
The purchasers w e n : ance to suit purchaser at 8 per cent on
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As the hor! time.
dates, always found it impossible to come. Last week tbe boftri1 w«re jUH* »■* »cxion? a* sounds increased the said people Schroeder B ros, o f Arago. Albeit deferred payments.
Holman had a new date set, and the day before he wired ,heHtu e" tH to kt“ep Alr Cri,e8 in began to come out o f thei slumber Scliroeder. of N orw ay, W . T Wai • No. 24—A nice little 10-acre ranch, 5 Men’» Comfort Dress Shoes
of it fine bottom land in good cul­
that he would be there. Marshfield arranged a warm re- ^c’<lul11*''
,1“ ' f ",t ' llH' with the suddeu realization that ner, of Myrtle P >int, VI. Sohmit, ot acres
tivation, balance good bench land
oil 1 {iv(-r hii h just Vot il $15,000
Norway,
John
Carl
of
A
rago
an
I
ception for him and a delegation in automobiles went to in buQtln, ruobt of which is to bo either an earthquake were at baud F. Van Leuven, of Bear Creek
cleared and in good grass.good orchard,
Strong Shoes for Boys
or else the Germans were attacking
house and barn, % mile from good
the depot to meet him when the train arrived. The train used iu furnishing more room and
Manufactured by
the city.
W indow s begau to fly |
school, postoffice and store, situated on
Woman’s Study Club
arrived but no Holman and no word o f explanation or better »quipmmt of th e High open and heads were thrust out in j
main river 10 miles from Coquille.
Theodore Bergmann
apology. If some o f the Portland pinheads had been in 8<'l'on| W,,M t|i*> determining »rgu- the cold drizzling rain. The racket The literary department of the Worn- Price $1200. This sure is a snap if
taken up soon.
Shoe
Manufacturing Co.
Marshfield that night to hear what was said it might have m, ut lu b,,ng,0fr* 1” ut Mr CrU,'B was seen to bt om ing from a small an s Study Club held their last meeting
_ | of the season In the library yesterday
shed
ill
the
I)
¡la'.dson
yard.
Some
done them good. That is the help that was received from j1.“ V "
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621 Thurman St
Portland, O regon
afternoon. The year in both depart-
Portland in the matter ot good roads, which would h elp fllilu. T be universal «stcem of .be how they were familiar sounds anil ments has been a most profitable one,
yet no one seemed able to name the and every meeting, as the members ^°- “ “A Hne Residence Lot 50x100 ! Agk for the Bergmann Waterproof
to develop Coos county. As was well expressed by one,siuden,s i .getbei with the h.si
exact tmanali n
H ow ever, they look backward, will be full of pleasant line k °ca*I0n
Price $350 shoe Oil.
o f the speakers at Marshfield, we ought to belong to salary ib« bonni f.it tb« distiict did not have long to wait.
No. 17—One acre fine bottom land, 3-4 !
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With memories.
Washington or California instead of to Oregon.
j could afford were not sufficient to loug drawn ni ins aud sighs, and There will be a social meeting soon, ! mile from Coquille. Good buy. Price $250
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induce him to continue to work in
also yelps like i lady in distress, a probably on June 5. Mrs. Young ami No. 18—A 2-acre tract, 1-2 mile from
Now that the bonds have been voted for good roads, tbe ‘■■ramped quart«^s »ccupn .i in large hound lx unded from the shed Mrs. Springer, with the President, Mrs. Coquille. City water and a nice new four
Longston, constitute the committee or. j room bungalow. Good terms. Price $1300
I the loc il High Hcli 'ol when he had
the friends o f good roads may feel that they can rest on | the ni>portunit\ to tike ch irle of and at every leap letting Ijrth some arrangements.
, ,\J0- 20—A good 5-room residence arid
their oars, but not so. Their work is just beginning. The one of the best (quipped high new deep torgued note lie lore
madly up lit.- street.
From the
money can easily be squandered by the same sort o f bad , Hchools 111 the Ht»ltn
No. 25- A new5-roorn modern residence
dark interior , > the shed two big
No one hiirt ytt b en s lectt-d to
judgment and mismanagement that lias characterized so
and two lots. Good location in east part
(C ontinued from Pagel)
eyes glared out while D onaldson’ s
of town.
Price $1500
much o f the road work in this county. VVe have a county |t*ke Mr. C iites’ pl'ice.
big bear dog licked his chops and have been asking lor repiesenta'i >n
in
Congress,
and
the
privilege
o
f
!
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^
ne
^ne
residence
lot with
looked after his retreating toe.
It
judge who knows something about what roads should
Killing the Deerslayers
. i good house and orchard. 1 1-2 1 blocks
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framing
theii
own
city
^<»vci
uujcui
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govern
ment
w
as
just
a
pi
ii
i
dog
fight
after
all.
really be. A commissioner is to be elected this fall.
If
.
from Post
Office.
A good $2000 buy
(or yeais, but without avail.
All KT 0_
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the right man be selected i: may give a majority o f the
i’
» ul Spies, of tb
th
upper (V os
No. 27—A nice o-room cottage and four
ol the officials ate appointed, and lots. Good |ocation.
Nc t P o c e e d in g .
Price »1500
court on the side o f modern it leas and scientific methods, it«' r cun ,try. » » » in town t . • ,v. “ A cou| It v tramps came along
most ot them, including the post- No
fine reaidenoe lot j M b,ock
It is up to the people to keep their eyes open as to the l r tlH’ purpose of obtaining tin­ while we wove housecleaning and master, ate not even residents ol from
Post
Office. Price $700
panther au-i six stole *ur parlor carpet we had hung
men they are asked to vote for as commissioner. In view
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,hr#e
the city. W ashingtonians natural- No. 33—A fine 9 -room modern residence
w ill cat hi-les
He killel these iu the yard.”
Iv have a lot of sy mpathy fot ' vote- 1 block from Court House, and one cor-
o f the situation, it is the most important office to be filled varmints during tlie p »st few lays “ What happen.*d then?”
“They beat It-“- Exchange.
a- j ner lot. A fine location and a good buy
fot w om en ,” since ihe women
at the Fyniing election.
afi r trucking them down withd gs
ply want the franchise— and that i f taken soon. Also good terms of pay-
II says that lots of deer fell p i . y
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I ment.
Price $1400
“ What 1» It?”
Users
too would he a verv dear thing to
interests predominate and strung along to the panther on Ihe head of ( ' os
Random Rambles
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No. 32—A good house at.d one lot. one
the people living within the shadow
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the road is a number of fine dairy i>...
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Are
I block from Court House. Good terms,
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River during the heavy snows last
Frank T*»nn;< »n was displaying an
farms. Among the most suoeesstul of
.
Price la « ,
(Dy a Humbler.)
object her*» recently of verv puszfing ol the Capitol
the dairymen, tho owning only a sninll Wlld,' r- ,nd List instead of the pan-
After the storm of the first of last herd, is B. Bartlett who, with his son. *ber using its usual methods of origin which lie had unearthed in Le­ P R E P A R E D N E S S A N D P R E S ID E N T S No. 34—A good 7-room residence writh
wiek the Rambler hied »way for the runs a dairy of eighteen cows and has c.telling deer, which is crouching on*»' barn which is being torn down.
Former President Roosevelt giv. s bath: Kood d e m e n t and new barn;
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good family orchard. The place con-
country just al ove Myrtle Point and made a record of 12 [Hjunds of milk per ,n trees an I waiting for tl eiu to The object r.*- * :*l>le 1 a cucumber in evnlence
of his "preparedness
by
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sh ip.* only f much larger d'meiv^ions.
’ tains six lots, four of them fine bottom
across the river.
Catching creek is day for the entire herd,
His cows are
pass
sod
apilnging
on
them,
during
It
was
about
12
r
14
inches
in
length
Dotting
out
four
sons
and
a
son
in-
j
lots.
Situated
two
blocks
north
of the
the principal settlement of this section. the Ayrshire breed, far famed as a
For Sale By
th. snow they tracked them up a , 1 »nd 2'.. inches thick st the top. It was law "read y lo go to w a r."
He Court House. A good buy. Price $1900
It is a long stream winding away for dairy breed.
composed
ot a • v rr
ry fine
fine network
network an.!
and also has another son-in law. hut the No. 35 A nice 8 -room residence and
miles among the hills.
Following up
k
from
0
o.
lit
them
in
the
d
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p
»now.
and
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1
About five miles up the
it the genera' course is southwest, but Myrtle Point is tho home o f John t l it omotim. s ill k vvtuil.l he three ,b l" ” ,r '
or four ser tiara to it, Q0|,,ne] ¡s „ , entirely sure whether one lot. One and one-half block from
title.! inside ti e larger shell. The net-
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... ! Post Office
Price *1560
it i- eonfush t
Fabry. Mr. F abry is one ot the great­
Coquille, Oregon
id
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nr young panthers s t .k iu g work appeared-o h ave been woven. I, Congressman N u k L ugworth will
straight for the North star at some est hustlers we ever met and is doing
He was w a s i m p
to tell win tiier ihe follow the family aud the flag. The No- d6_A fine residence lot 1 1-2 block
sudden turn in the rood.
For most the work on a large farm with thirty the d. er at the same time
Price $525
wa* n ve$r» t ib’$*. v p rt*v til President r tised (ia u gbie rs from Post Office.
part the road is graveled and in fair cows to milk, und also, is road boss for unable to hu t with .logs nt that s tr a n ie «
This is only a few of our good buys
«
or frtsIiioMe.i b V i-i*»tf ,,1 nf sons, und thertfo»e his
condition for the first six mi * *'l,t his district. Mr. Cntton and wife arc time but now th .t the snow is gone b in i si or
The New Home S e w i n g
iu City Properly. When you want to
ban -!
V
n
ti know j ipt
bove that is dirt roads only and
indiv idu «1 “ prepirtdnts *’ J r s not
mo* : his helpers for this summer. For six he is making up fer lost time.
Machine Company
. b,en ealle I everv- .................. '
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I uy property call on the Coquille Val-
nluU il i-, Il
awful mudholes.
years Mr. Fabry lias been road sup.
s nest to a ‘ mai-in- l’ n n ' ° 1 v‘ ,v 1 11,1 , j rail>
v.ar- 1 y Real Estate Co„ Wm. Oddy, Man-
tin e frt.n
San
Francisco
California
As is the rule in this county the dairy ' visor in this neighborhood and the con-
U li v e J'OU pUÍtl tilt) P r in t C f?
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ger. Phone 7 11. P. O. Box 193
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