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About Coquille City herald. (Coquille City, Or.) 188?-1904 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1903)
(¡Quille City § étais.
The couucil did not meet in reg
PUBLISHED EVE RY TUESDAY ular session Monday night, that be
ing a legal holiday, biu on Tuesday
D. F. Daan, Editor and Proprietor night, pursuant to the call o f the
, mayor, a meeting was held in the
Countv Official Paper. council rooms at the recorder’s of
fice; all members present except
Devoted to the material and social up-
o n ld tn g o f the Ooqoille Valley particularly ! Councilman Johnson, who was out
and o f Coos County generally.
Subscription, per year, in ndvanoe, fl.o u ! of town.
The monthly reports of the mar
shal, recorder and treasurer were
C ubist ian C hcech . • - Pi caching every read aud referred to the finance
Sunday at U a. to. and 7:30 p .m . Sunday committee for examination.
school at 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor at
G:30 i). m . Prnyer meeting every Wednes
The marshal’s report showedj
day evening nt 7:30. All cordially invited.
$ 188.25 collected for water rents
Episcopal Chnrcli.—Episcopal services
trill be held at St. James church, ( oquille during the month of August.
City tho third Sunday in each month.
The treasurer’s report showed a
Sunday school at 10 a. m. each Sunday.
Win. Horsefall, Pastor. balance on band in the water fund
M E. Church, South: Preaching each
and every Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. of ?J353-74- in the general fund
m. Sunday-school every Sunday at 10 $432.98, aud that the street fund
o ’clock. Senior Epworth League at 6:30, p.
rn. Junior League at 3:30,p. m. Prayermeet- had been overdrawn $335. 16.
ing Thursday e T
^ " » i p „ to,
L. Harlocker, as a committee of
M ktdodtht E piscopal C hvbch .—-Services one to ascertain the custom of other
every Sunday at 11 n. m. and 7 :3 0 p .m . cities in regard to paying cost o f ie-
Sunday School nt 10 o’ olock a, ro. Junior
I.eagne 3:30,1. ro. Prnyer meeting rhnr«- placing broken lights, made a par
dRy evening at 7:30 p. ro. A special invita
tion is extended to the pnblic to attend all tial report and was continued for
W. H. M yers , Pastor.
P bksbytkbun CHtmon.—Preaching cer
The following bills were allowed:
vices ‘2nd and 4th Sundays, morning nrd
evening, Sunday School every Sunday at Dr. Nancy N. White, tor attend
10 a. ro. Christian Endeavor servioes every
ing diphtheria patients............ $ 40 50
Sunday at 6:30 p. m.. Miss Winnie Hall,
President, Hedies’ Aid and Missionary Geo. A. Robinson, rent of coun
Sociotv moats every two weeks on lhnrs-
dnvs at 2 p. ro. A cordial welcome is e i- Lee Goodman, salary for August
tended to the pnliiic to attend nil our Ber- O. C. Sanford, typewriting con
AnoLPn H abebly , Pastor
The W. C. T. TJ. meets every 1st and 3rd Irwin Hodson, printing bonds...
Friday at 2 p. ro. at the Christian church. E. G. D. Holden, recorder’s fees
C bubcii or H edbembd I sbael ! Services L. R. Hughes, to pay laborers
for handingl and tallying wa
every 1st and 3rd Holiday in eaoh month by
Elder J. H. James.
L O C A L ITE M S.
Flour, Flour, Flour, at Ray’s.
.Fly Bouncer and
Miss Ora Devaul, of Norway, vist-
ed in wton on Thursday.
Tnomas Carter, of Myrtle 1’oint,
was iu town on Thursday.
E. L. CormaD, of Norway, was
down on bnsiness on Thursday.
R. E. Buck went to Parkersburg
Thursday to visit with Mr. and Mrs.
For ft line registered BurKshire
boar, call upon or address J. H.
Mrs. Elbert Dyer and daughter,
Ethel, o f Bandon, visited in town
the last of the week-
Mrs. J. T. Jenkiri, of Caudon,
visited her brother, J. 8. Haves, at
this place two or three days the last
of the week.
Grandma Collier returned Thurs
day from a visit of several weeks
with her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Franz,
It is declared by those who have
tried it, that Kirkpatrick’s liuement
will cure the worst sore throat or
Ladies don’t fail to have your
feathers, beds and pillows, perfect
ly steamed and purified while you
have the opportunity.
Peter Johnson, teaming on city
w h a rf..........................................
Coquille River Electric Com
pany, lights for August..........
\V. H. Mitchell, part payment
on contract for water system.,.1,000
M. C. Bingham appeared before
the couucil and demanded to be put
into possession of the property re
cently purchased from the city.
The marshal was instructed to no
tify the lesee of the sale of said
premises, and the matter was re
ferred to a committee o f two, con
sisting of L. Harlocker and N. Lo
On motion, it was decided to ad
vertise for bids for the city bonds,
and that bids should be filed on or
before noon September 28, 1903,
with the city recorder.
Adjourned sine die.
SioiiititSi T rouble.
" I have been troubled with my
stomach for the past four years,”
says D. L. Beaoh, o f Clover Nook
Farm, Greenfield, Mass. “ A few
days ago 1 was induced to buy a
box of Chamberlin’s Stomach and
Liver Tablets. I have taken pait
of them and feel a great deal bet
ter.’’ I f yon have any trouble with
your stomach try n box of these
Tablets. You are certain to be
biased with the result Price 25
cents. For sale by R. S. Ivnowlton.
Du:n.— Aug. 22, 1003, S. S. Ev
Mr. Everson was horn in
Aberdeen, Sootlaud, and when 12
years of age came to America, mak
ing his homo during the succeeding
years iu the states of New York,
Kansas, Minnesota aud lastly Ore
gon. When a young man he enlist
ed iu his country's cause during the
war of the Rebellion, aud was hon
orably discharged at its close.
was o member of the G. A. R. and
at one time was Colonel of the Sec
ond. Kan-as, Natioual Guard. The
funeral was from the M. E. Church
on Sunday afternoon, and the re
mains were laid away in the I. O. O.
F. Cemetery, —Dufer Dispatch.
World's Fa r News Notes
Paris, Fruuce, has appropriated Theodore liooseyelt...................... President
$ 10,100 for a municipal exhibit nt John H ay...........................Secretary of State
Lealie M. Shaw.........Secretary of Treasury
the World’s Fair.
An accurate plaster model of tho
proposed enlarged Capital at Wash
ington will be an attraction in the
Government Building at the World’s
1 0 r
I .lie to n
14 i m l n o *»
N e ig h b o r * *
Nickel Silver CBM
l-or sole by
on requeet. show ing
F. I. Dunbar..................... Secretary of State
Coquille V a lley P a ckin g C om pany
A fine stock ranch consisting of
320 acres of land, which contain
2,000,000 feet of fine saw timber, a
pmt of which is cedar; 75 acres
cleared, a poitiou iu cultivation:
good house nud barn.
$2800. Address, Martin Miller,
in his complaint, a succinct statement of
which is as follows; That the marriage con
tract now existing between you and plain
tiff be dissolved.
Service o f this summons is made by pub
lication in pursuance o f an order made by
A good prescription
by L. Harlocker, County Judge for Coos
county, Oregan, dated the 21th day o f July,
The ft-cent packet is enough for usual oc 1903. and directing publication o f the same
casions. The family bottle (00 cents i con in the Coquille City H k r a i d , a newspaper
tains a supply for a year, All druggist^ published at Coquille City, in said Ceos
county, once each week, for a period of
A. J, S h e r w o o d ,
Attorney for plaintiff.
H e a r ts
A. Bratechie, a baeksmith of New Chas. T. Mooro........................................State Treasurer
Castle, Pa , 1ms invented an airship J. H. Ackerman.......Supt. Pub. Instruction
- , The New England
The mayor of Waterbury has de which lie will enter iu the contest J. K. W hitney..........................State Printer
o\ Watch Co.
cided that f ir spanking purposes for the $100.000 prize offered in A. M. Crawford................................ Attorney Genernl
It. S. Bean,
every policeman can “be a father to
F. A. Moore,
V........... Supreme Judges
O ll i« , -
the boys on the street. Waterbary |
C. E. Wolverton, )
hew York, Cbliafo,
The Peace Society of New York i M. L. Chamberlain..............................
ougliht to be an ideal place to live j
will erect a $40.000 monument,
.........Clerk Board Scnool Land Com.
typifying peace, at the W orld’s Eair. 0, b. Bellinger.................. U. B. Dist. Judge
Bryan should culm liis wrath. It will stand in the main transverse ! W. F. Mathews........................ U. S. Marshal
If you liavu vln uni iti.-.m. Ir
The Cleveland baby is named ‘‘Joe j avenue on a lino with the western D. M. Dunne.................... Collector Int. Psv. Kellett’s Gii of L òia unii Street
Jefferson,” not Thomas.
end of the Machinery Building.
Spirita of Eilun, puf uy by thè Cai
SECOND J U D IC IA L D IS T R IC T .
ifornia Co-Operativo Medicai Co
A toothpick machine which cuts
T i e 1 R c u ii in i : r s C o u iilT r lT lIs .
Kopt by all lendini; JruggistB; i
out perfect pie-ks from the wood at
not by vours, apply at tire Filar
The genuine is always better
the rate of 1.000 a minute, a differ
tuaoy, Coquillu Gitv, Oregon,
than a counterfeit, b t the truth of
ent advertisement beiug printed bn Henry B ooth......................................Receiver
this statement is never more forc
each one, will bo a feature in the J. T. Bridges..................................... Register
ibly realized or more thoroughly
COOS COUNTY O F F IC E R S .
D. H. JOHNSON,
E. F. DAVENPORT,
Machinery Building at the World’s L. Harlocker...........................................Judge E. S. DEAN,
appreciated than when you compare
L. H. Hazard...........................................Clerk
the genuine DeWitt's Witch Hazel Fair.
Salve with the many counterfeits
A model school for the deaf and
nud worthless substitutes that are the blind will be a feature of the J. B. Dulley...................................... Treasurer I
on the market.
W. S. Ledbetter, Department of Education at tho T. J. T h rift..........................................Assessor !
W. 11. Bunch............ School Superintendent j
of Shreveport, La , says: “ After World’s Fair, St Louis.
How the Win. H orsfall.................................... Coroner
(Successors to Johnson, Dean A. Co.)
other remedies afflicted are taught to read and write S. B Cathcart................................... Surveyor
without benefit, one box of DeWitt’s will be practically shown for the D. M cIntosh............................. Commissioner i
-L' 3-0 ,0 0 0 -
Witch Hazel Salve cured me.” For beuefit of visitors.
R. C. Dem ent...........................Commissioner
Principal place of business
blind, bleeding, itching and pro
China’s building nt the World's
truding piles no remedy is equal to
There are two classes of people |
DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve. Sold Fair will be iu Chinese style and who can make or brake the St.Louis
by R. S. Knowlton.
Exposition, the railway passenger
serve for reception purposes for
A general packing business carried on. The best meats
agents and the hotelkeepers. If
the commissioner, Price Pao Lun,
the country can produce always on hand. Highest cash
these profit by tlie experinee of
and will be furnished and orna
price paid for beef, pork, mutton, chickeus, eh*.
Chicago and make .low rates there
Notice is hereby given that the mented with articles of Chiueaso will be ample traffic and abundant
BOARD OF UlRECTORS:
co-partnership heretofore existing make to serve as an exhibit.
patronage insuring large profits to
E. 8. DEAN
betweon tho undersigned, under
The contract for the erection of all soncerned.
E. E. DAVENPORT.
D. H. JOHNSON,
tho firm name o f McAdams <fc Sim the Louisiana Purchase Monument
mons, is this day dissolved by mu at the World’s Fair was let recently
Tho busiuess will for $8,000. The price does not in IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
be continued by McAdams it Farm clude the sculpture, which will cost STATE OF OREGON, IN AND FOR THE
COUNTY OF COOS.
er at the place of busiuess hereto more than twice that amount. The
fore occupied by the old firm, eith monument was designed by E. L. O. A. Kelly
)■ Suit in equity for di-
er member af which will receive Masxueray, chief of design of the
Rose R. Kelly,
or settle accounts Exposition.
against said firm. S. H. M c A dams .
TO ROSE R. KE LLY, '1 he above enti
W. C. S immons .
President Eosseveltand his family
Jn the name o f the State of Oregon yon
will return to tlie White House on are hearby notified that you are required
and answer to the complaint fil
T S o iic s .
September 2(1 and Washingtonians ed appear
against you in the above entitled suit in
are hastening back to the capital. which O. A. Kelly is plnntiff and you, Rose
All persons knowing themselves This promises to be an early season R. Kelly, are defendant, within six weeks
from the date o f the first publication of
to be indebted to the Lyons estate, in Washington.
this summons, to wit: Within six weeks
— fcr * -555,
or having claims against the name
from the 28th day o f J^uly. 1903, the same
It may be safely predicted that being the date of the first publication of
will please call and settle the
summons; and if you fail to appear
same at once as the business lias the Secretary of the Treasury said this
and answer on or before tho 8 th day of Seo-
changed hands and all accounts something more emphatic than “ Oh! tember, 1903, the same being the last day
must be settled as early ae possible Shaw,” when he read Representative of the time prescribed in the order for pub
lication, a Judgment will be taken aganst
Fowler' h exposition of the Secretary’s you for want thereof, and the plantiff will
W. II. L yons . Mgr.
apply to the court for the relief demanded
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• W e l c o m e ’
Klihn R oot......................... Secretary of War
E. A. H itchcock........ Secretary of Interior
Win. H. M oody................ Secretary of Navy
Jus, F. Wilson — Secretary of Ajricultuie
P. C. Knox......................Attorney General
H. C. Payne................... Postmaster General
Melville W. Fuller...................Chief Justice
OBKGON STATE O F F IC E R S.
Two 200-ton refrigerating mach
ines will bo in operation during the
entire period of the Worlds Fair. Thus. H. Tongue, deceased---- Con 1st Dist
The ice manufactured will bo used M. A. M oody............ Congressman 2nd Dist
on the ground.
Ge»>. E. Chamberlain................... .Governor
F. B. Tichenor was in town last
A Grand Opportunity fora Ranch-
For a bilious attack take Cham- evening on his return from Chetco,
berliu’s Stomach and Liver Tablets where he organized n camp of
A ranch of 210 acres, one of the
and a quick cure is certniu. For Woodmen, of 31 members.
best on the upper Ooquille, at a
sale by R. 8 . K n o w l t o n .
Leaves Coquille City for Myrtle
Oue-li df down and bal
Benton Hoyt, proprietor of the bargain.
Enquire at Point at 7:30 a. in.
Mrs. J. » 8 . Henry, of city, started Eldorado Barber Parlor, returned ance 011 long time.
Leaves Myrtle Point for Coquille
Trursday by way of Roseburg for from his visit to San Francisco, and the H erald oilice or the Myrtle
City nt 1:30 p. in.
Seattle, Washington where she is again installed in his razor Point express office.
goes for a few weeks’ visit
. HARVEY JAMES,
0. Timmins is hero witli his crew
Peter Marsden, of Portland, pass
ed through town Friday on Ins re of Chinamen, mid is manufacturing
turn home after a visit with rela enns ivuil getting ready generally to
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
care for the fish when the run be
tives and friends on the bay.
United States Land Office.
gins in earnest.
A few salmon are
Roseburg, Oregon, Aug. 13, 11)03.
A S nap — Good new seven room
Are due to indigestion. Ninety-nine of every
being caught by fishermen, but one hundred people who have heart trouble
Notice is hereby given that m compliance
house, pantry and bathroom, over .’5
with the provision- of the act of Congress
lots for only $1000. See me quick. tlmre is no great amout in the riv- can remember when it was simple indiges of June it, 1878. entitled “ An act for the sale
Must be sold soon. J. J. S tam . ky .
tion. It is a scientific fact that all cases of
heart disease, not organic, are not only
traceable to, but are the direct result of Indi
gestion. All food taken into the stomach
which fails of perfect digestion ferments and
swells the stomach, puffing it up against the
heart. This interferes with the action of
the heart, and in the course of time that
delicate but vital organ becomes diseased.
For choice O. I. C- pigs enquire
of S. L. Lafferty at Norway, Or.
Mr. D. P. Daugherty, well known
Pigs from registered stock and
through-out Mercer and Sumner
subject to registery.
counties, W. Va., most likely owes
S. L. L afferty .
Ins life to the kindness of a neigh Mr. D . Kauble, of Nevada, O ., says: I had stomach
Mr. and Mrs. A lf Gauutlett, of bor. He was almost hopelessly trouble
and was in a bad state as I had heart trouble
Gold Beach Curry comity, accom affected with diarrhoea; was atten with It. I took Kodol D yspepsia Cure for about four
months and it cured m e.
panied by their niece, Miss Cangell, ded by two physicians who gave
Kodol Digests What Y o u Eat
made Sheriff Gallier a visit od him little, if any, relief, when a and relieves the stomach of all nervous
T hursday ns they were on their neighbor learning of Ins serious strain and the heart of all pressure.
way home from a visit at Myrtle condition, brought him a bottle of Bottles only. $ 1 .0 0 S ire holding 234 tim es the trial
sire, w hich sells for 5 0 c.
Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera aud P re p a re d by E. O. D e W lT T & O O ., C H IC A G O .
Those having land for salo will Diarrhoea Remedy, which cured
For sale by R 4, TC 1 > wltou
do well to remember tlmt if prop him iu less than twenty-four hours.
erty is placed in the hands of O. C.
Sanford, the real estate denier, at
a fair figure, they are most mire of a
Two for the Price ot One.
He keeps iu touch with ti e
We have made arrangements ¡
investor and cau place your prop
P o u ltr y F a r m ,
erty for you.
with the publishers of the A M E R -1
W anted .- Live agents to sell l)r. IÜAN FARM ER by winch wo are J v
0 4 -* 1 1
W hite’s Electric Combs, patented nido to offer this great farm paper d , i t . D u l l l A V G i l , Prop
Jan. 1,W . Cure dandruff, hair fall ami tlm H erald for tlin price of
ing out sick and nervous headaches, the H kiia LD alone—$1.50, for tlie
cockerel«, from 81 up.
yet costH no more than nn ordinary next 30 day«. Who will lie tlie <
and errees $1 per setting
comb. Soils on sight.
Agents first to take advantage o f this op-1
aro wild with snccoss. Sendfitt eta portnnity? This is n great offer
for sample (.half price).
Write for our farmers and dairy men
quick. The I)r. White Electric
4 » l F a tin g ;.
Comb Co., Decatur, III.
frolli indi g es- ¡
Thomas L. Stitt, of the L ife Sav
ing station at Newport, Oregon, ar tion, dyspepsia or other stomach
Any person rutting Timber or
rived in town Thursday with lits trouble will limit iat Kodol Dyspep
wife, having come in by way of sia Cure digests whit you eat and Bark of any description on the
This lands of tho the .Southern Oregon
Rcseburg, and were on their wav makes the stomach sweet.
to Bandon. wtiere they will visit remedy is a never failing cure for Company, or removing same, or
Mr. Stitt” s parents, Editor Stitt, of Indigestion and Dyspepsia and all other property, from Baid lands,
the Recorder and wife, as welt as complaints affecting tho glands or without being duly authorized in
other relatives end many friends. membranes of the stomach or di writing, will be Prosecuted ac
They were accompanied by Mr. gestive tract. When you take Ko cording to Law.
•son furnishing snffinenl
Stitt’s sister. Miss Agnes, who wag dol Dyspepsia Cure everything you
r thr rnntrmr of property
returiiin,' fiout a vt-P wt*h friends e it tastes fro »d and every lnt of the
,1 ennrirtion o f Out imrtier
nt Wi lling, tins state. The party nutriment tint your food contains
„ „e ia lfn f
in t nt tlr place by Mi s Stitt is u .tnii ited and appropriated b\
apd Miss Blanch I’ntter«on, from the blood and fi » ok *
n'llKUM LJ h iN ( g HH’ A W i
lililí riwiioülli Roti
of timber lands in tin-States o f California.
C regon, Nevada.and Washington Territory”
as extended to all the Public Land States
by act of August 4, 1892,
ISAIAH S. FLINSL
of Fairview. cfor.nty of Coos, State of
Oregon, has this day filed in this oifico his
sworn statement No. 51517 for the purchase
o f the N.
o f N. E.
of Section No. 8 in
Township No. 26 Range No. 11 West, and
will offer proof to show that tho land sought
is more valuable for its timbor or stone
than for agricultural purposes and to
establish his claim to said land before
L. H. Hazard. County Clerk of Coos county
Oregon, at Coquille, on Tuesday the 3rd
day o f November, 1903.
He names ns
witnesses: LetvNeely, John H. Flinn, and
F. R. Taylor, ot Fairyiew, Oregon, and
W. H. Morgan, of Marsnfield. Or..
Any and nil persons claiming adversely
the above-described land-? are requested to
file their claims in this office on or before
said 3rd day of Nov. 1908.
J. T. B R ID G E » .
Tin atjd Agate ware
Doors and Windows,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office,
Roseburg, Oregon, July 7, 1903,
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions o f the act of Congress
of June 3,1878, entitled ‘ ‘ An act for the sale
of timber lands in the States of California, I
Oregon,Nevada and Washington T erritory,”
as extended to all the Public Land States
by act of August 4, 1892,
SILAS W. NOAH,
of Marshfield, county o f Coos, state o f Ore
gon, has this day filed in this office his
sworn statement No.5 474. for the purchase
o f the Lots 1, 2 and East ^ N. W. ^4 o f j
Section No. 30, in Township No. 275, range
No. 11 W. and will offer proof to show that
the land songht is more valuable for its tim
ber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to establish his claim to said land be
fore W. U. Douglas, U. S. Commissioner
for Oregon, at Marshfield Oregon on Sat
urday, the 3rd day o f October 1903.
Thos. Coke, N. E. Harry, J. E. Noah, all !
o f Marshfield, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
tho above-described lands are requested to
file their claims in this office on or before
said 3nd day of Oct. 1903.
J. T. BRIDGES.
ftgr cuituro! impsments,
Paigts and oils,
Best Goods Lowest Prices
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, Roseburg, Or.,
June 23, 1903.
Notice is hereby given that in compli First Class
ance with the provisions of the act o f Con
gress of June 3, 1878, entitled “ An act for j
the sale of timber lands in the States of
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washin No BAR IN
gton Territory,” as extended to all the Pub
lie Land Staies by act o f August, 4, 18 »2,
W ILLIAM H. BUNCH,
Oocfuill© Oity. O r e g o n .
in every respeat Courteos treatment, Transient
and Regular Boarding and Lodging.
NO CHINESE LAB 0 R
First Street— East End of Bridge.
O f McKinley, county o f Coos State o f Or
egon, has this day filed in this office his
sworn statement No. 5393, for the purchase
of the N. % of N.K.
(being lots 1 and 2)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
o f Section No. 26 in Township No. 27,
Range No. 11 Wefet, and will offer proof to
United States Land Office,
show that the land sought is more valuable
Roseburg, Oregon, Aug. 17, 1903 I for its timber or stone than for agricultural
Notice is hereby given that iu compliance purposes, and to establish his claim to said
with the provision o f the net o f Congress land before L. H. Hazard. County Clerk of
o f June 3. is;>. entitled “ An net for the i Coos county. Oregon, at Coquille, Oregon,
sale of timber lands in the Htntes of Cali- i on Friday, the 11 th day ofSepterober, 1903.
fom ia. Oregon. Nevada, ami Washington
He names as witnesses: Clias. Heller,
Territory.” as vWu.ded to all the Public Louis Heller. H. E. Wilcox and E. P. Mast,
Land States bv not of August 4. 1892,
1 all of McKinley, Oregon.
: Any and all persons claiming adversely
M \K Y K. FLINN.
j tiie above-described lands are requested to
Saddle Horses of best quality nlwny o n hand. Good l!i
o f Fairview. county o f Coos. State o f Or- tile their claims in this olfioe on or before
ness for special trips. Ill fact, a general Stage and Livery
e.jon, Las tbia ilav filed in this office her
J. T. BRIDGES.
■wornstatement No. 5fi27, for the purchase
Accommodations for Traveling men a speciality. *
of flie NK
of NK H o f Section No. 7
and N W v, o f N W , o f Section no. 8 , in
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION,
Township N o . 2t; S., fiance No. 11 W „ and
will offer proof to show that the land
D e p a r t m e n t o p t h h I m t k r io r .
sonRht is more valnnble for its timber
Land Office at R osebnrj, Oregon, j
or atone than for aaricnltnral purposes.
June 20, 1903.
Hint to c-tnftlisli fjer eiaini to said land l>e*
fore X-. H. Hazard. County Clerk o f Coos
Notice is hereby given that the follow- j
Cocntv. Oregon at Coqnille. on Tuesday ing-named settler has filed notice o f his
the 3rd dav of Nov , 118«. She names . as intention to make final comntation proof
-B U T B U R N -
Msrsh in support of his claim, and that s tid proof
W H. Morgan, of
fi-ld, Lee Neelv. F. K. I avlor and Sherman
l)e maj e before L. H. Hazard. Countv
Flinu. nil of Fairview. Oregon.
Clerk, at Coqnille c ity , Oregon, on Octo
Anv and all person* claiming adversely ber 1.1903. viz: William J. M oon.on home
the above-described lands are requested to gtead entry No. 11881. for the 8 . ^ o f S. &
file their claim*« in this office on or before o f Hoc. 4. T. 28. 8 . R. 11 West.
He names the foil,,wing witnesaea to proTe
said 3rd da
N o v . 1903.
J. T. BRIDO EH.
h:*eonlimv>n, residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz: Arthur L. Brown, of
MeKiui v. and F. P. Kintiicntt. Sherman Deliver»' 1 by Wul-.-'i \ X
N r lo all puts of town nt $
FT un :• t Edward N Moon, o f Fairview.
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