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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1921)
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On March 16, IMI.
Afe TUd Abort That Dairy- of to. League * .
Meetiag Tuesday Night to
Consider Road Cele
A b u m meetlng ot all citisiiu ia
ia eallad to ma«t at the ctty hall nsxt
Tuaadajr erening, April f, at 7:M p.
m. for the purpoaa ot deciding wheth-
er CoqaUla «hall hold a celebration or
jubilee in honor ot tha opening ot tha
Marsh fteld-Coquille highway about
TMa meeting haa baan eallad by
tha Caramercial Club, bot will ba au
opaa meeting far avaryona intorsatod.
Tha daeiaiou to hold auch a - meeting
But In colline thè meeting to ar
der Chairman ManaeH announeed that
b> the absence of Mayor Hamilton
ouly Street mattare would ba eonaid-
atod durine thè eresine, and the
F A LL DEAD
W. Endicott was the only councilman
I absent. «
The estimated coot of the Hall and
The first matter taken up waa a pe- Third streets hnprovsment is $6,84$,-
I tition aiened by practically all the 86 .
I property owners in the north epd of
The notices of the city’s intention
I town, requesting that one-half the to make thoao improvements will be
coat of paring Tenth street, in front found on another page of this issue.
of the school houaa, between the
Marshfield and Fairriew
rich ore has been taken out o f this roads, bo paid out of ths city’s gen-
load, which according to the assays I oral fund, unless School District No.
am so fabulously filled with gold that I was assessed for one-half the ex
the statement will we am sure ba re pense. Just how this proposal ap-
ceived with iaemdulity, that H | pealed to the council was not indi
showed something like *60,000 to the cated, for a motion wns made am*
ion. The statement., however, in a carried that the petition be laid on
Bay paper that the Pish Brothers am the table for future consideration.
ham’s Garage, on which they propose
intending to exhibit $15,000 worth of
A resolution was adopted approv to erect a building covering tho en
this ore at the congress, Mr. Gags ing ths engineer’ s plans and estim tire lota. Whether tho building will
says is entirely unwarranted, though ates for the improvement of Hall and bo of brick, concrete or iron hoe not
they hr v# gene far enough into the Third streets snd declaring intention ,boen decided, but K will be one of
vain to have found o got*’ many times to do that work. As we hare before the throe, with concrete floors end a
aa much ore as it ia stated they in stated this improvement is for the trass roof. When this new structure
tend to exhibit.
1 block and a half on Hall street, be is computed they will have a garage
The place whom tho richest or# was tween Nosier’s Store and the Chase 100 feet square, with one or two arch
found was when tho lodge approach barn, and for the two blocks on Third ways between the present building
es the side of a cliff whom all that between the court house and Taylor and the asm to be built.
GARAGE TO BE
Marshfield Chambef of Commerce
aakine if Coquille contemplated each
* celebration, for if we did not, it waa
desired to hold one orar there, bat
if Coquille would celebrate they would
not and would co-operate with ua ia
any way poaaflbla to make it a auc-
Coos Bay eel obre ted the coming o f
the railroad vary fittingly back in
181* and it is eminently proper that
Coquille now invite all Cow county
to become her guests on the occasion
of the opening of this highway, an
avant wo have waited for for fiv*
Many Suggestion# for sntertaia-
mant on that oeeasion warn aaade
Wedneeday svoning, bot we will weit
ontil the derision to celebrate haa
and the eommittoes ap-
pointed before outlining what tha
will be. tt ia
will be a vary large
Tueeday for if H is daeided to eele-
between Coquille and tha Hathaway
placa, who had already held a meet
ing, and that their decision waa .to
ask $400 aa asm damages flor all
Bams years ago he was advised
tu gu ho a lower attitude ea account
of heart trouble aad earns west to
Newport, Oregon, where hie health
rapidly Improved. Ho was afterwards
induced by Bishop Morris to under-
Coos Boy holding his fink service
at Raster-tide, in 1 W , at March-
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
was certain that tho county would
prefer a permanent improvement
rather than a tempoarry one ot plank.
E. E. Fraedrick also waa vary muck
in fovor of hard barf ace, while Geo.
Robinson expressed preference for
olank. Ho had not interviewed Mrs.
A. P. M filer.
With «his information to go on tho
council Instructed the engineer to pre
pare his plans for a hard surface
mprovement along that one block,
leaving tho intersection on Second
street os it ia now.
ft was ordered that the improve
ment of Beech street for tho block bor
tween First and tha Knowlton Heights
bridge, which had boon held op since
Inst fall, bo done as soon as bids
cjuld be advertised fer and a contract
A. T. Boldon informed the council
that them w e t seven families liv
ing hi the northeast corner of town
who could net go to town during the
his land and that this fall hs intended
to put up the bun and stop the use
>f his place as a public thoroughfare.
He therefore requested the city to
improve at least 400 feet north of
the C. E. Mulkey place (fomerly N.
C. Kelley’s) for the benefit of those
Mr. Manaall sug
gested that a petition for such im
provement be presented to the coun
cil and Mr. Boldon said he would en
deavor to secure one.
To further connect up the north
end district in a system of planked
streets, the engineer was instructed
to prepare plans, specifications add
estimates fer the one block on Sev
enth between Coulter and Heath,
which is the block Juft east of the
former Cant. Butler place. -
A warrant to tho amount of $286.7$
was ordered drawn and paid to the
eounty far taxes on about a half
doacn lots on which the city also baa
a lien for improvement taxes. Ac
the county's tax is a prior lien the
city most spend this amount to pro
tect itself snd save what it has al
ready invested ia these lota.
other small tracts of little value it
wus derided to let the county sell for
Conaty Court ìinsisw
The bond of C. E. Maytoe as Jastice
of ths Pene# in North Bond distriet
in thè sum of $1,000 wus approved.
The rules in ragard ho speed, weight
aad load of trncks heratofora saaetod
were sospended during tho dry sesso«
or untll tho further ordor of tho court,
this order to take offset forwith, traf
ile to bo ragualted by stato law dur
ing tho peri ed of sus pensi on.
Catti# indemnity on aeeount o f ths
sUughter of Ava tnbereular catti# waa
allewed S. N. Jaeobsen in thè sum of
$176, of which one-half is to be paid
by thè eounty aad one-half by thè
Herman Detlefsen waa aUowad a
«imitar claim of $430 of which $$16
was ordcrad paid by thè eounty. .
Bell Brothers were allewed $106 for
the slaughter of tbrec catti e.
C. F. Luttmll was allowed $106
for tha slaughter of Ave such eattls.
P. S. Robinson waa allowed $626 for
flfteen head of catti# sUoghterad.
The widow’i pension o f’Jernie Har-
rison waa cmnceiled on account of ber
having loft the eounty.
The widow’s pension of $17.50 per
month paid to Daiay J. Frederick!
was radueed to $10, on account of one
of hcr two childmn having macheti
the ago of sixteen peate.
The deed tendered by the city of
North Bend for a right ot way freni
Ih# business pari of thè city to the
Glasgow ferry was accepted.
Sheriff Failed to Get Join <
Sheriff Ellingsen returned from
Seattle early this week without the
alleged crooked dealer, D. W. John,
fer whom he had requisition papers.
When they learned that all John was
exportad to do when he returned to
Oregon was to put up some money to
ths parties who were prosecuting him
as a criminal, the Washington au
thorities refused to honor the requi
The committee figured that several
thousand dollars would be required
to meet these demands.
course, no action .will ha taken until
the Highway Commission comas
flown hero some time this month and
indicates where they win locate the
Nearing the Bad
Work haa boon rushed by the Beaa-
dia company on the highway this
week during the fine weather. Wed
needay morning, when a Sentinel re
presents tlve mas out there, toe con
crete was being poured on the other
side of the brow of the MU and wall
through the cut beyond P. C. Me-
Nelly’s barn. On that stretch they
were laying about 200 feet a day, the
concreto there being eight inches
thick, although the day before, with
six inch concrete, they laid 250 feet.
A crew of about SO men ia on the
Although the cut where they were
working Wedneeday is the worst part
of the half mile they had left to fin
ish this spring and with tha weather
good the laying on the Cunningham
fill will proceed faster. It was ex
perts^ to get beyond the Cunningham
bridge by Saturday night and to con
nect up some time next week, which
means that with three week’s wait
for the concrete to thoroughly set,
the road will not be open much before
Jenkins Brings Good News
James Jenkins, of Bandon, passed
through here yesterday en route hoses
m a meeting of toe directors Ot
to# Oregon Dairymen’s league at
Portland. He said that tha moutk-
ly pay day will do mack to clear up
the situation. The November milk
cheeks were sent out last week and
the three months doe will seen fet-
’. The trade acceptances to be is
sued every month henceforth will he
payable in ninety days, but can be
d aa security for loans.