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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 19??-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1917)
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QPQUILLR, OREGON, FRIDAY. JANUARY 19 1917.
Amount rained by
fund, levied by Co. oenrt
Tntffi special tax and
County F e n d ................. . . (
This would inquire n levy e f eight
end sixteen-hundredths mills o f the
valuation of the County far last year,
but this levy would also include the
general fund levy made by the County
court o f nearly two and seven-tenths
mils. Districts that levied more than
five and one-half mUla for the support
of the eoaamoa schools last year (ex
cluding the amount levied fo r high
school support) would, therefore have
profited under this system exactly In
proportion te the terrenes e f
special millage above five ami
On the basis of test year’s
Lost in the Woods.
„ • f said Notley’s addition; thence
to tee center o f Mock 49 o f Elli
ott's addition; thence north to the
north Has e f mid block 49;
has very little Wilkinson, e f Allegany, were
to tee canter o f the north line
at 4 o’clock Sunday morning in the
above Allegany after having o f block 85 of mid Elliott’s addition;
south to the center of
loot from Sunday noon. They
found by e searching party heed block 35; thence weet to the west line
m rryan y
ed by Miss Wilkinson V brother. The o f said Mock «6 ; thence south to the
two yoeng women started an a kike center o f the west line o f block 34 in
to Golden qnd SUver Falla. In goin g said Elliott's addition; thence west to ,
from Ooldon Falls they got off tee the center o f block 29 in mid Elliott’s -| |
When they discovered they addition; thence south to the center
lost they started towards home of block 80 in said Elliott’* addition;
got further away.'
mat to the center of block S3
rhen they did not return at dusk,
|M|«r to t o n a competent executive
Elliott'a addition; thence south
officer to coneoh me ore tbo boards |a marching party was organised and
center of the south line of block
o f directors e f city schools' to hove the hunt continued during the night.
said Elliott’s addition; thence
superintendents on whoee Judgment The young women, when they finally east to the center o f the south line of
op their minds that they «etw Mock 46 in mid Elliott’s addition;
they con rely, end would doubtless
delegate to the Superintendent they lost, gave up the hike end remained thence north to the center o f the
elected such powers oe were needed te one piece, keeping awake and walk south line o f Mock 44 o f mid Elliott’*
ing to keep warm. About 4 o’clock addition; thence east to tbe southeast
to moke the office reelly efficient
then e minority they heard e rifle shot. They had
of lot 6 In block 74 o f said
o f the districts e t
addition; thence north te the
•ehool that is in excellent condition
corner of lot 3 o f laid block ,.
one year may be o complete failure
171; thence east to the east line o f m id • |
block 71; thence north to the piece of
beginning; Notley’s addition and El
liott’s addition wherever mentioned or
referred to in the foregoing descrip
tion, refer to the plat of said Notley’s
addition td the town of Coquill« City
end to the plat of Elliott’s addition to
Coquille City, each , o f which plats to
■ file end o f record in the office of
County Clerk .of Cooa County.
The Better You
and the better we know you, the more busi
ness we can do together, to our m utual ad
So will you not make it a point to come into
this hank more frequently and give us
iportunity to learn yoiir requirements as
¿11 as to show
si you how practical pur assit-
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THE OLDEST N ATION AL B AN K I S COOS C O U N T T
QUICK’S Second Hand STORE
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o f Ugh
jW _ _ -
as each district maintaining
a standard Ugh school would make a
apodal .levy for its support, bat would
be paid by tee rest at the county tee
actual coot of schooling the non-reei-
dont Ugh school pupils, actually at
tending its high school. Thus, if" a
district had 100 high school pupils, of
whom seventy-five are
»mr f'lehei . .
Set Heavy H arnan____ $16.00
One good single Harness.
Big variety o f Heating
Stoves from $2.50 to $12.50
Sew inglfachines, 8 Sing
ers, 1 Howe, 1 . New
Home, One Improved
from ___$5.00 up to $15
from the ifeth day o f January, 1917,
or bonded within the time prescribed
by law, to-w it: on or before the 19th
day o f February, 1917, the seme shell,
be deemed to he delinquent end will
boar interest frotn tbe 2d dey o f Jan
us ry, 1917, et the rate o f six per cent
per annum, end will be sold tn thé
manger provided by law for the col
lection o f délinquant assemments.
Dated this 19th dey o f Jenuery,
J. S. Lawrence,
te p e f seventy-five par sent o f the
expense o f »he Ugh school and the
root of the county would pay twenty-
five per cen t
Under the County Unit plan the
following results would be
' District Item would be
wiped out, end children
I An emmement wee levied and de
school wherever it was
clared against the lote, parte of lots
lent for them to do so.
• J. A. RICHMOND
end parcela of lend benefltted by the
A ll tuition charges against the
• PHYSICIAN ead SURGEON.
pupil would be eliminated.
Second Street from the weet side of
The eSUnty board would fix practi
cally uniform salaries and terms, end
Office 626, Ree. *14.
from to the W eet side o f Myrtle
could rapidly standardise buildings
end equipment in all the districts.
GEO. E. RICHARDS
Buildings mold be located
H would be
S T .T
the east side o f Collier Street;
Buildings could be erected
M ill hnn
Aim, ell that portion o f Coulter •
needed. Many distrets ere now
tome ceam, the e m o u n to ftlS 8tr* * from **" *°Uth end o f Cou,t*r ♦
poor to build decent school
8tr^ *** naminir north therefrom *
A trained teacher could he
W . C. CHASE
i to tbe south line o f Fourth Street;
for even the most remote rural school.
T J T ? u it h i hiLhest h ^
AUo’ ■“ th* t P#rtk* *
atisknby - at - law
Local feuds would be almost entire
r V " h . J S L deooeit* atrM t tn m * P01“ 1 *“ f##t •oath of t
ly done away with.
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. ning north there from to the south »
Another advantage would bo that
f ’ line o f Fourth Street;
the County Treasurer would handle
all the funds far the districts, end the
county would receive Interest on the o f decidedly —
iron ore yielded str**t ,rom • P®4" 1 _
the north line o f Firet Strmt and run-
. w h i c h la now
over the county so that the low es 6*59.
Thé Is s T »« tin n e d «“ » *
J ï ü S " 10
it might drew if kept Intact, specimeh wee considerably
is now lo st
? 4| per cent o f copper
Aim •** ti“ t P®**4®" ®* Collier
Coot county, test
N on. qf the sample**analyzed co n te « Stem* from . potei ten f *
»1800 fo r
H P _____
more than e trace o f sulphur, phos- the North line o f First Street end
DR. C. W . ENDICOTT
Most o f this would be saved by having plrnrua, aim nie^or »«♦«-"— so should running north therefrom to the north
the County Treasurer act as custodian make a very good quality e f steeL
ilde o f Third Street; •
o f the funds.
Firet S V I Bank B’td’i Phone
Th* frttMrfl deposits occur in Colo-
Also, all that portion o f Division
The elimination o f special district brook schist, ead ate o f spedai inter- Strm t from a point ten fe d south of
Mete 11, Ooquilie, Oregon.
etnee i » * r * - * on Wake-Up RUey the north line o f First Street to the
would greatly sim plify the _ est
o f tee County
Sheriff. Thu sheriff's
J. J. STANLEY
that at least 26 per bent o f the ax-
of collecting taxes mould he
by tee County Unit
The fact that the County
at their annual meeting test year,
voted unanimously in fever o f
A . J. SHERWOOD
plan is strong
^ S S m tS n S S i
Tools o f all kinds, including.
Saws, Squares, Brace and
Bits, Planes, Chisels, Hand
Axes, Brush Hooka, Cross
One 50-Egg Incubator, and all
Alm ost new.
Ax handles. Hatchet and Ham
Milk Pans, W ater Buckets.
New A second hand Cupboards
. 1' •' 1
and many other New and Second Hand Qooda
A WORD to the WISE
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and, H e n r y
One Sheep Shearing Ma
chine No. 9 com plete...$6.00
on file with the City Recorder and
subject to Inspection by all persons
interested and are hereby made a part
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
o f this notice by reference..
The whole coot o f said improvement
Improvement e f Second ead Other
is the sum o f »24,739.06.
Streets, Elliott’s and NeUey’e
Now, therefore, ell persons inter
ested will take notice that said as-
Notice is hereby given that
psy M t ;
W h e n y o u n eed neat, n ew a n d
n ifty L etterh ea d s, E n v e lo p e s,
C ircu la rs o r other advertisin g
m atter, The Coquille Valley Seattle! is
re a d y to fill the bilL W e also
have a large stock of Business Cards, Fine Pa
pers and Envelopes, plain or linen finish, and can
give you something neat for your office stationery
Q U ALITY PRINTING
•» « * * * X ? J e S *
Machinery Is High
We have given the metier o f laundering years o f careful study We
have kept at the teak persistently to produce work that was free
from harsh methods. We have succeeded. Our washing process has
been recently improved. Proper washing is the foundation UDon
which 1. built the art of sucee£ful IsundeAng. SetiefaeuSn ^uerSH
tw o or motley back.
COQUILLE LAUNDRY ft ICE COMPANY
Bandon to San Frandaeo
Fare, First fla y
o f mid Notley’s addition end running
thanes west to the center o f the weet
line e f block 6* o f m id Notley’s addi
tion; thanes north at right angles to
(he center o f the weet Une o f Medi
E. &1S.T. K i m
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Safe from Commi W intern C«a»aay '
J, ft. WAUTROM, Agont. B a n d on , Oro.
E. D. SPERRY
S t , S. F.
J. E. Norton, Agent, Coquille, Ore.
Com County Real
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paid to j
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Phone Coquille Office