The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003, April 06, 1939, Page 7, Image 7

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This Bargain Counter Always Pays Dividends |
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CALF HIDES wanted, we pay cash.
FARR A ELWOOD.
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EASTER BUNNIES—All white, make
FOR RENT — Light Housekeeping
cute pets, 50c ea. FARR 8t EL­
Apartments—2 small rooms, 58.00
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per month; 2 large rooms, 810 per
month; 3 large rooms, $13.00 per CROWN Poultry and Dairy Feeds
for better results. For Sale by
month. 2 Rooms with bath, hot
COOS FEED A SEED STORES, s
and cold water, 818.00. See J. E.
We Vulcanise your tubes, not cold
Quick, 456 South Heath.
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KLEINSMITH Barred Rock Baby
patch them. No extra cost. Thorn­
Chicks from blood-tested healthy
ROOMS For Rent, breakfast if de­
ton Tire Service, 340 West Front.
stock; good layers of large heavy
sired, reasonable rates. Mrs. L.
eggs; >13-100 for April dates, 4, WE Vulcanize your tubes—not cold
W. Oddy, 815 West 4th St., Phone
patch them? No extra cost. 340
11, 18, 25. Buy from Coos Co.
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West Front street, Coquille. Thorn­
Breeders, where you can see what
FOR RENT — 3 - room furnished
ton Tire Service.
you are getting. Mrs. H. C. Klein-
Apartment, one block north of city
smith, Box 274, Bandon, Oregon.
POUND
hall. Garage, storage and refri­
Hatchery in East Bandon.
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geration. Inquire between 5 and
FOUND—Last Saturday, purse con­
7. Inez R. Chase, 324 W. Third, lltf LISTEN Dairymen You can buy 300
taining some money. .Owner may
good serviceable 6% in. cloth-faced
secure it at Sentinel office by prov­
FOR RENT—5-room Bungalow on filler diacs for 81.00 at any Eaton’s
ing ownership and paying 25 cents
Fat Elk road. See or phone Mrs.
Feed Store.
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for this adv.
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Mary Olson, 8R14, Coquille.
Its
FARM PRODUCTS FOR SALE
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HOME8ITE8 — FARMSITES
FOR SALE—The Terre« place has at
last been divided into small tracts
and placed on the market Ideal
location for home or small farm.
Convenient terms.
Across from
Myrtle Burl Shop on Marshfield
Highway. C. L. Brockmann. 8tfs
St James’ Episcopal Church
Car. 3rd aod Elliott Streets
The Rev. George R. Turney, Vicar
Easter Day, April 9:
‘ 7:00 a. m.—Choral Eucharist.
11:00 a. m.—Morning Prayer, Ante-
Communion and Sermon.
12:00 N.—Holy Communion.
2:00 p. m.—Children’s service, con­
ducted by them—the Flowering of the
Cross and Presentation of Mite Boxes.
Mondays—4 p. m.—Class of In­
struction for youngsters.
Tuesdays—7:30 p, m.—Classes for
adults.
Wednesday—1:30 p. m. Bible Class.
2 p. m.—St. James' guild.
Good Friday, April 7-12:00-3:00—
Union service, Pioneer Church. 7:30
p. m.—Passion Service.
Easter Even, April 8—7:30 p. m.—
Evening Prayer and Preparation for
Communion.
guest.
PROPERTY FOB SAU
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR
SALE
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Good
1932
Chevrolet
FOR SALE—Pigs, 2 months old.How-
FOR SALE—Set golf clubs, seven
Coupe. Want >150.00. If interest­
ard Leatherman, phone 12R22,
iron, three wood -and bag; used
ed, call at Herb & Ron Barber
Myrtle Point
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very little. E. Purvance, 308 So.
Shop. Front St., Coquille.
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Myrtle, phone 26J.
PLOWS—Good buys in second hand
plows for sale.
FARR tt EL­ BELIEVE IT OR NOT — 810 per FOR RENT—Down Town 4-room
month buys fertile 5-acre farm
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Cottage.
Also small Furnished
tract close in. 8225 per acre and
Apartment. 407 South Willard, s
BABY CHICKS — “Lee’s Lively
up. Mary Burns.' Phone 75L.
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Chicks at Hatchery prices, double
CROWN LIVESTOCK MINERALS
FOR SALE—20 acre improved Dairy
tested, guaranteed 100 per cent de­
contain 15% PHOSPHORUS and
Ranch, all bottom, about mile and
livery. FARR A ELWOOD.
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45% CALCIUM as well as the
half from Coquille on Fishtrap
correct percentage of IRON, IO­
WANTED — A Horse — Bantam
road. Inquire or write F. O. Tom-
DINE, COPPER, SULPHUR and
linaon, Arago Route.
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Hatching Eggs—Large Brooder-
MANGANESE. For Sale by COOS
Turkey Gobbler—Duroc Boar for
FEED A SEED STORES at 83.00
FOR MONUMENTS, Cement Coping,
service — Bees — Hand Powered
cwt.
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grave covering. Prices very rea­
Sheep Shearer—Turkey Hatching
sonable. John 8. Sanders, 541 West
Eggs — Inquire at FARR A EL­
6th. Phone 123L. S®
9t3*s FOR SALE or Trade — Span of
mules for cattle. Geo. A. G ilm a n,
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Coquille.
1213
VENETIAN BLINDS, custom made.
FOR YOUR GARDEN: MORECROP
First grade materials, and good
or RED STEER FERTILIZER.
workmanship. Chase Products Co., FOR SALE—Completely furnished
You will be surprised at the re­
Trailer house. Will sell reasonably.
"’’'A. C. Chase, Myrtle Point.
Tel.
sults.
COOS FEED & SEED
See Mrs. Porter at Coquille Auto
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STORES.
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Court in evening or City Cleaners
in day time.
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YOUR DOG will like “SURE- WARRANT REDEMPTION NOTICE
Notice to hereby given that war­
CHAMP,” the new Sperry dog
rants up to and including No. 12,264,
food. FREE feeding bowl. Farr issued by Coquille School District, No. NOTICE OF SAU OF LAND AC-
QUIRED DY 0008 COUNTY,
A Elwood.
■ 8. will be paid upon presentation to
OREGON, FOR DELINQUENT
FOR SALE: Fresh supply of BULK the district clerk, on and after Fri­
TAXES
day
March
24,
1939.
Interest
on
Garden Seeds at COOS FEED A
said warrants ceases on that date.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
SEED STORES.
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Keith Leslie, Clerk.
Schoo) District No. 8, Coquille, That under and by virtue of an orctor
CHICKEN RAISERS—Ask how you Cooe County, Oregon.
10t3 of sale made by the CtAinty Court
of the State of Oregon, for the Coun­
may obtain one of Sperry’s new
ty of Coos, on the 28th day of March,
“Poultry Guides.” FARR A EL­ IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE A. D., 1939, commanding me to sell
STATE OF OREGON IN AND
the following described lands, and
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FOR THE COUNTY OF COOS
minimum prices thereon, to-
In
the
Matter
of
the
Estate
of
Sam
BANTAM CHICKS—Pueebea^i Gold­
Dixon, sometimes known as Samuel
SE% at Section 2, Township
en Seabright for Easter. FARR A
,» Dixon, Deceased,
38 South, Range 11 West Wil­
Notice Of Final Account
lamette Meridian at a minimum
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
price of-........ ......... .......... 82500.00
the undersigned has filed in the
1 SHALL, in compliance with said
County Court of Coos County. Ore­ order, on SATURDAY, the 29th day
gon, her final account as Executrix of of April, A. D., 1939, commencing at
the Estate of Sam Dixon, sometimes the hour of 10 o’clock A. M. of said
known as Samuel Dixon, deceased, day at the front door of the Court
and that the said Court lias set Fri­ •House in the City of Coquille, and
day, April 28th, 1939, at the hour of County of Coos, State ci Oregon,
10:00 o’clock A. M. at the County offer tor sale and sell at public auc­
Court room in Coquille, Oregon, , as tion tlie above described real property
the time and place for hearing objec­ to the highest and best bidder, op
tions to such final account and the the following terms and conditions,
settlement of said estate.
to-wit:
Della Lucia,
For either cash in hand at the time
Executrix
of sale, or if the purchaser elects, for
J. Arthur Berg,
not less than twenty per cent (20%)
Attorney for Executrix of the purchase price in cash, the
Coquille, Oregon remainder to be paid under written
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agreement with the purchaser in four
FORECLOSURE SALE
(4) equal annual instalments, all
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That deferred payments to bear interest
under and by virtue of an Execution from the date of sale at the rate of
and Order of Sale issued out of the six per cent (6%) per annum, pay­
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon able annually.
for the County of Coos on the 21st
No sale shall be made of any of
day of March, 1939, in a certain cause the above parcel of real property
in said Court pending wherein The for a lesser amount than the mini­
Valley Building and Loan Associa
Associa- ­ mum price shown thereon.
tion,
a corporation,
is Plaintiff, and
Dated at Coquille, Cooe Counter,
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Catherine S. Sickels and W. S. Oregon, this 29th day of March, A. D.,
Sicketo, her husband, are Defendants,
Case No. 11676, of said Court and
Wm. F. Howell,
commanding me to sell the herein­ Ut5 Sheriff of Coos County, Oregon.
after described real property to sat­
isfy the sum of 82,957.24 with inter­ NOTICE OF INTENTION TO PRE­
est at 6 per cent from September SENT PETITION FOR VACATION
21st, 1938, the further sum of 825.30,
OF PARTS OF STREETS
with interest at 6 per cent from the
Notice is hereby given that the un­
16th day of November, 1938, an
Attorney fee of 8250.00 and costs and dersigned wHl, at the regular session
.6.80, together with of the city council of Coquille, Ore­
disbursements 116.80,
8ATUR- ­ gon, to be held in the city hall of said
accruing costs, I WILL ON SATUR
DAY, THE 22nd DAY OF APRIL, city on Monday, May 1, P
1939, at the hour of 10 o’clock in the to said council a petition
forenoon of said day at the front door the vacation of certain
S' tte County Court House in the streets [to Burns Acres, particularly
City of Coquille, Coos County, Ore- described as follows................
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a P°
point in the East
ann. offer for sale and sell at public . Beginning at ■
gon,
auction, to the highest and best bid­ line of Lot II. Block 7, Plat of Burns
der for cash in hand, all the right, Acres, City of Coquille, Coos County,
title and interest of the said De­ Oregon, 117.91 feet North of South­
fendants In and to the following de­ east corner of said Lot II; running
thence North 124.03 feet along east
scribed real property to-wit:
Beginning 528 feet North of the line of said Lot II; thence North 56
Southwest comer of the Southeast degrees 41 minutes East 345.60 feet
Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of along easterly line of Lot I of said
Section 36, in Township 27 South, Block 7 to the Northeast corner of
Range 13 West ot the Willamette said Lot I; thence Southerly along
Meridian, and running thence North West line of Bums Avenue 47.87 feet
50 feet: thence East 100 feet; thence to Northeast comer of Lot L Block
South 50 feet; thence West 100 feet 4 of Plat of Bums Acres, mentioned
thence South 56 degrees 41
to the place of beginning in Coquille, above;
minutes West 299.1? feet along the
Coos County, Oregon:
together with the appurtenances, tene­ Northerly line of Lot I of said Block
ments and hereditaments, together 4; thence South 68.32 feet along Wert
with all interest therein that the line of said Block 4; thence South 48
mortgagors may hereafter acquire, degrees 15 minutes West 53.81 feet to
together with fixtures, equipment, the place of beginning, containing
electric wiring, heating systems 0.38 acres, more or lees.
Beginning at the Southwest corner
water heaters, burners and fuel
storage bins and tanks, ventilating, of Lot I, Block 3, Bums Acres, Co­
water and irrigating system, screen quille, Oregon, according to the map
doors, mirrors, window shades and and plat thereof on file in the offiep
seteens, shutters, cabinets, cupboards, of the County Clerk of Cooe County,
built-ins, linoleum, shrubbery or any Oregon, and running thence sartsety
replacements of any one ar more <X along the South line of the said Lot L
Block 2, Bums Acres for a distance
of 41.69 feet; thence South 48 degrees
15 minutes West for a distance of
described.
54.65 feet; thence North along the
Said sale being made subject to easterly line of street for a distance
redemption in the manner provided of 22.70 feet to the point of beginning
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of a curve of 100 foot radius; thence
Dated at Coquille, Oregon, this northerly along the said curve to the
23rd day of March, 1939.
left for a distance of 13.70 feet to the
Wm. F. Howell.
point of beginning; containing 0.017
Sheriff of Cooe County, Oregon. aera, —
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By Eva Schroeder, Deputy. 12t4
Church of God
at
10
day
Court
Coos
First Church of Christ, Scientist
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Coquille, Oregon
FOR RENT—3-roorn partly furnished
house. IM 2nd street.
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THE COUNTY COURT FOR
0008 COUNTY, OREGON
In the Matter of the Estate of George
jCfc aTnaai AeeeuM
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Notice to hereby given'that Callie
A. Leach, Administratrix of the
above-entitled estate, duly filed her
final account in the matter of the ad­
ministration thereof in the County
Court for Coes County, Oregon, on
March 10, 1939, and said Court has
set Tuesday, April 38, 1939, at 10:00
o’clock A. M., at the County Court
room In the Court House in Coquille,
Oregon, as the tiww» and place for
hearing objections to said final ac­
count and the settlement of said es-
tala.
Dated and published first time,
March 18, 1939.
Callie A. Leach, Administratrix.
O. C. Sanford, Attorney for said Es-
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Sunday Service at 11 a. m.
Subject for next Sunday, ‘‘Are
Sin, Disease, and Death Real?
Wednesday evening meeting at 8
o’clock.
Free public Reading Room open in
Church Building every Tuesday and
Friday afternoons, except holidays,
from two to five o’clock.
The public is cordially invited to
attend our services and to visit the
Reading Room.
The Holy Name Catholic Church
Schedule for year 1939
First Sunday of the month—Mass
at Bandon, 9 a. m. Mass at Coquille,
Il's. m.
Second Sunday — Mass at Gold
Beach, 8 a. m. Mass at Coquille, 11
a. m.
Third Sunday—Mass at Coquille, 9
a. m. Mass at Bandon, 11 a. m.
Fourth Sunday — Mass at Myrtle
Point, 9 a. m. Maas at Powers, 11 a.
Benham’s Transfer
Anywhere For Hire
WOOD — COAL — FUEL OIL
STORAGE
Fan & Elwood Bldg.
S. Taylor
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cutor
and of the Estate of
rence, deceased, by the County Court
for Coos County, Oregon; and all
persona ha iving
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claims against said
__ hereby
notifiedthat they
estate are
I
uired to present the same to
at the
the un
_ _ office of O. C.
NU. muflue/,
Sanford,
Attorney, mi
in vifliuiiifl,
Coquille, v«v-
Ore­
gon, i"
duly verified, on or before six
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months
hs from the date of this notice.
Dated and published first time
March 23, 1939.
Kennett P. T awrsnee,
Executor of the Last Will and Test­
ament of Perry E. Lawrence, de-
INSURANCE
without insurance. Get protection from
George E. Oerding
First National Bank Bldg.
DANCE
Dr. De La Rhue
Every Night
Eyesight .
Specialist
The Riviera
Reception room jointly with
Dr. J. R. Bunch
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ManseH Drayage &
Delivery Co.
Local and Long Distance
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Menxory
Service-
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A GRATEFUL THOUGHT
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