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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 19??-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1917)
OREGON NEEDS ROADS NOW!
VOTE 314 X YES—(FOR ROAD BONDS)
th— Don't be
The Cost is Fixed.--Shall we make Roads
possible NOW or wait for thorn
The Auto License Feet and the State tf-mill 1er? will be the
same whether the bonds carry or not.
| | th e^ o n d s Fall:
The State paves 20 miles of
new graded road between Coos
Bay and Douglas county line.
This Coos county road graded
by county bonds remains im
passible mud in winter.
The State can a t once keep its
promise and assist liberally on
Myrtle Point-Roseburg road.
The State will drihble its as
sistance and a permanent roacL
will be far in the future.
$60,000 State & Federal aid will
open Coos Bay-Reedsport road.
Nothing doing on this impor
tant link of the Coast road.
$60,000 State & Federal funds
will be spent on Curry county
Our neighboring county will
remain in its primitive, unde
veloped sta te .■;
Secretary of War Baker says:
“ Federal aid should, in general, be granted only for roads such
as can be designated ‘through roads’—that is, roads leading from
one center of population or commerce to another.
“The War Department recognizee certain areas as more likely to
be the theatre of military operations than other parts of the coun
try. Every effort should be made to persuade the State Road
Commissions to complete the network of ‘through roads’ within
Mr. Cox was the father of Mrs.' J .
W. Leneve, of this city, who with Mr.
Lener« deported for Ism gleis Satur
day afternoon upon receipt of the
news of her father's death. He was
found deed in bed by his daughter-in-
law, Mrs. Eugen« Cox, who went to
the home te deliver his »»ait from the
box a t the rood. Mr. Cox was lying
in bod in suck e position th at it is
supposed he was in « e act of arising
when death overtook him.
mail Mrs. Cox delivered th at morning
were le ite n from three of his four
William Cox was bora in Illinois in
1888, moved with Us parents to Polk
county, this state, in 1846 end in 1866
moved from Polk te Curry county
The voters of Oregon have the chance to give the State Highway
Commission the means of following the above recommendation.
No one can fortell what military necessity will demand of Oregon
in the next two years: Roads cannot be built overnight The
completion of the 96,000,000 bond issue program means that
Oregon can be prepared to defend herself and to handle more
economically her products which will be necessary as her part
in this war.
county, Saturday morning, May 86,
at the advanced age of 78 y ean and
18 daye.\ Cause of death was haart
failure, deceased, having bean in tbs
bast of health up to the very day of
At the tim e of hte coming here there
wee only a horso trail into this coun
try and there ware practically no set
tle " In Curry county. He first set
tled on the Sixes river, later moving
to the smell stream where he died.
He spent the first years of his resi
dence there in hunting, prospecting
end mining end was the first minar
to discover pay d irt on the Sixes riv
er which was afterw ard extensively
mined. He had a mining claim in Us
back yard on th at stream th at paid
him from four to six dollars a day.
He was married while in Polk coun
ty to Katharine F riend.' Eight chil
dren survive, the mother having pass
'd sway several y ean ago. Of the
living children four are boys end fear
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF girls. They a n Mrs. J. W. Leneve, of
this city; Mrs. J. Crowley and Mrs.
Wm. Clamo, of P ort Orford; Mrs.
Notice is hereby given th at (ha Dalia Benno, of Ventura, C alif, and
partnership heretofore existing be
tween Charles W. Gardner and Her
man J . Larson, partners doing busi
ness under the firm nemo end style Coquille for
of Gardner A Larson, has been this poring the L
day dissolved by mutual consent. field reed at
Charles W. Gardner will continue te self and her
Probate Court Notes.
A petition has been filed to probate
the will of Theodore Neuham, late of
Band on. His estate consists of $1400
real property end f l f t personal.
May 28 Attorney C. R. Wade, of
Bandon, filed a petition for the ad
m inistration of such portion of the
estate of Chas. H. Neuman as lies in
C om county, consisting of $600 in
personal property. At the time of his
death Mr. Neuman was a resident of
Guatemala, Central America. The
appraisers appointed wars Elbert
Dyer, W. L. Beech end Thomas Smith.
On May 28 a petition was filed for
the probate of the will of Mary E.
Brandi], of Marshfield, with John F.
Hell as adm inistrator.
thirteen W est of th« W illam ette Mar-
id ion; olao tide load fronting Lot two
Section thirteen end Lot four of Sec
tion eighteen above m en tio n ed , h t .
ing and excepting, however, from the
foregoing description the following
described porcela to-wit:
Beginning a t th at place where the
NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE ON east boundary line of the rig h t of
way of the C. B. R. A E. R. R. A N.
Notice Is Hereby Given, That under Go. intersects the M % section line,
end by virtue of an execution and or running E, a W. through the SWÍ4
der of sale issued eat of the Circuit of & 18, T. 28, S of B. 12, W. of the
Court of the 8 ta ts of Oregon, for W illamette Meridian, thence N. 81 de
the County of Coos, on the 8th day gree« E. 8.10 chains, thence S. 00
of May, 1817, in a certain causa pend degress E. 6.60 chains, thence W. 7.63
ing in said Court wherein R. il. Mast, chains to place of beginning and con
Trust««, is plaintiff, and Id a J. Al taining one acre, more or Isas.
berts, her husband D. L. A lberts; Al
Also beginning e t n point on the
fred Johnson, I t , his wife Flore rig h t bank oí Coquille River, from
Johnson; E. E. Johnson, his wife Julia which an ash tree 6 inches in diame
Johnsen; C. MeC. Johnson, his wife te r b ean N. 28 degrees W. 12 links
Dell Johnson; K itty Slagle, her hus distant, Mid point being N. 8 % de
band J . O. Single; Ethel Mehl, her gree« E. 18.24 chains from the cornar
kaebend T. H. Mehl; end Esther Dol of section 1A-18-1S-24-T. 28 & of
lar and her husband J. Stanley Dol Range IS a IS W. of the W. M. run
lar; end E. E. Johnson as the Ad ning thence 8. 84 degrem E. 16.76
m inistrator of the estate of Alfred chains to the county rood, thence N.
Johnson, deceased, W. B. Rohrer 12 degrees W. 1.60 chains along coun
lessees, ty rood, thence N. 17 % degrees W.
are defendants, being q u o No. 8-60 chains, thence N. 4 degrees E.
4717 of said Court end command 8 chains, thence N. 14 dogroos E. 8
ing me to sell the hereinafter des chains, thence N. 84 degrees B. 8.70
cribed reel propert y to satisfy the chains to H % section line running
sum of $14,881.67 and tbs sum of E. a W. through S. H of 8. 18, T.
$828.48, Attorney feoe,4«nd costs and 28, 8. of R. 12 W. of W. M. thence
disbursements taxed n t 820.20 with W. along n id K K section line to
interest on said sums a t the rate of the right bonk of the Coquille River,
6% per annum from the 28th day of thence up rig h t bonk of Coquille Riv-
• to the piece of beginning and con*
I WILL on Saturday, the 8th day taining 12.07 aerea, moro or lees.
of June, 1817, a t the hour of 10
Also a boom privilege commencing
o’clock in the forenoon of aeid day n t * the Piace where
the front door of the County Court Bue running E. a W. through the
House, in the City of CequiUe, C oot SW * of 8. 18, T. 28, 8. of Senge
County, Oregon, offer, for sole end 12, W. of W. M. intersects high tide
soil a t public auction to the highest line of the rig h t bonk of the Coquille
Elver, thence E. 10 feet, thence in a
southwesterly direction, keeping a t n
««•tenet of 10 feet from and p L ailri
to a a id high tids lias to the
MetiM line m im ing N. a 8. through
W illam ette
Ritür 5 *-* IO in
W a northeasterly
,to# * Coquet
» ctioo down
tide line to a
¿ JJjw fa u ta f,
stream , along said lew
place weet of the niece
* * * * * *• to, place of