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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1939)
COQUILLE, OREGON. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1939.
co-operate with the federal govern -
’ meat in setting up soil conservation
districts. The proposed districts have
already indicated an interest in the
’ soil conservation program, according
I to Ballard. One of these is in Tilla
mook county where beach sand is
blowing in badly onto farm lands.
The other is in Baker county. ’ •
Need Money? Advertize Your ‘No-Wants’ Now!
* *»*17. only $1.33. FARR
FOR SADE OR TRADE—1935^Iar-
FOR SALE — “Farmera* ■—mtns“.
*9° N. Coulter St, Coquille.
Cocker Spaniel - Bull - Ducks -
Kayak - Several Ranches - Tn^ _
WE Vulcanize your tubes—not cold
Canaries - Bees - Heifers - Used
patch them. No extra coat. 340
Fruit Jars - Used Water Pipe .
West Front street, Coquille. Thorn
Lumber $10 M - Rabbits - Ice
ton Tire Service.
Cream Freezer - Bicycle. —* See
FARR A ELWOOD’S
LOST—Bunch of keys in brown leath
FOR SALE—Papec Ensilage Cutter,
er container. Please return to Sen
cheap. FARR A ELWOOD.
tinel and leave name for reward.
CEMENT—90c sack; $3.50 per bar-
- rel. FARR & ELWOOD.
LOST—Studio Tripod without top.
POULTRYMEN: Did you know that
Notify H. S. Norton, Coquille. Re
Crown Milla maintains for your
benefit, a free, Field Service De
partment? If you are having any
troubles with your flock, write 45 HIGH Grade Young Jersey Cows
Crown Mills, Box 289, Portland,
for sale, or trade for sheep. J. E.
Oregon, or notify Coos Feed A
Carter, Riddle, Oregon.
FOR SALE — Three - months - old
purebred Chester White pigs. Jack
Livestock Minerals contain all the
Mayse, Jr., Sitkum.
necessary ingredients for a com
plete mineral supplement for your FOR SALE—Golden Cocker Spaniel
Puppies. Inquire at Ko-Keel Shoe
cows. Our price is $3.00 per 100
lbs. Why pay more? Coo* Feed A
PROPERTY FOR SALE
PIANO BARGAIN—Beautiful small
size piano like new, also larger pi
FOR SALE—Or will trade for house
ano must be taken up. Will sell
and lot in Coquille—80 A on Co.
for unpaid balance. Easy terms.
Road. Several A. Peat. School
Write Tailman Piano Store. Salem,
Bus. Inquire at 443 N. Elliott, Co
FOR SALE—The E. H. Kern house VERY FINE used daveno in mohair
fringe, white leather arms, makes
at 338 South Maple, lot and a half.
full size bed. Sold new for 89.50,
Call 34R or see A. Clifford Kern.
now 42.50. 4.00 cash, 4.00 monthly.
Coquille Furniture Co.
BUY NOW AND SAVE—Modern 5-
room house on paved street; gar
age, with part basement; furnished
or unfurnished. 891 North Heath,
I HAVE 80 A. of Timber, Douglas
F., Myrtlewood and Maple For
Sale, reasonable, in Coos £o.,
Oregon. Write Mr. W. H. Gllde-
meister, Route 7, Box 808, Port
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
FOR RENT—Two Houses. One fur
Notice is hereby given that the
nished, both on Marshfield high undersigned has been duly appointed
way, seven miles from Coquille. Administratrix of the Estate of J. D.
Inquire Mrs. Sig Eckholm.
It* Graham, Deceased, by the County
Court of the State of Oregon for
Cops County, and all persons having
FOR RENT—Sleeping room at 331 claims against said estate are re
South Henry, $10 a month, bath in quired to present them with proper
cluded. Mrs. Flora Dunne.
29tfs vouchers, within six months from
the date of this notice, to the under
signed at the office of C. A. Barton,
Attorney at Law, in the Title Com
CANARY BIRD supplies—We carry pany Building, Coquille, Coos Coun
a complete stock of Hartz Moun ty, Oregon.
Dated and first published this 13th
tain supplies. FARR A ELWOOD, s day of July, 1939.
Daisie D. Graham. Administratrix
ROOFING—100 sq. ft. with tacks of the Estate of J.' D. Graham, De
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON IN AND
FOR THE COUNTY OF COOS
In the Matter of the Estate
Marie A. Schmidt, someUnMs known
as Maria A. Schmidt, Deceased.
Notice of Filing of Final
Notice is hereby gi' iven that the
undersigned has filed 1 his Final Ac-
count in the matter of the adminis
tration of the Estate of Marie A.
Schmidt, sometimes known as Maria
A. Schmidt, Deceased, and the Coun
ty Court for Coos County, Oregon,
has set Saturday, the 19th day of
August, 1939, at the hour of 10:00 A
M., as the day, and the County Court
Room in the County Court House at
Coquille, Coos County, Oregon, as
the place of hearing objections to
said Final Account and the settle
ment ot said Estate.
Dated this 20th day of July. 1939.
M. M. Schmidt
Administrator of the Estate of
known as Maria A. Schmidt, De
Harry A. Stack,
Attorney for Administrator
First National Bank Bldg.
Real Used Car
W E E K-
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Sunday Service at 11 a. m.
Subject for next Sunday, "Soul.”
Wednesday evening meeting at 8
Free public Reading Room at 256
Drane Bldg., open every day except
Sunday and holidays from 12:30 to
3:00 p. m.
The public is cordially invited to
attend our services and visit the
William Winston Churchill, 91, a
1936 PLYMOUTH COUPE, new new arrival at the Oregon penitenti-
Paint, Good Rubber - $465.00.1 ary claims two distinctions. He is the
oldest prisoner ever received at the
1986 PONTIAC COUPE—New rub
institution and he claims to be the
ber. Clean and neat. Low mile
only living man who ever shook the
hand of Abraham Lincoln. Church
1933 HUDSON SPECIAL Straight 8 ill also claims to have been a close
—with new paint - -
$395.00 friend of the James Boys, notorious
Missouri bandits, and to have at
1933 FORD COUPE *- New rubber tended the funeral of Jesse James The Holy Name Catholic Church
and motor in A-l shape - $295.00 at Liberty, Mo. Churchill Was re
Schedule far year 1939
1937 FORD PICKUP—Perfect con
First Sunday of the month—Mass
dition, all around
$393.00 Jackson county to serve a term of (t Bandon, 9:00 a. m.; at Coquille
three years for forgery. He has a 1:00 a. m.
1937 FORD 4-DOOR SEDAN—New long prison record, including terms
Second Sunday—Mass at Myrtle
rubber and Paint, like new $485.00 in the Colorado and Oklahoma pen
Point at 9:00 a. m.; Coquille 11:00 a.
1937 OLDSMOBILE 4-Door SEDAN
Third Sunday—Mass at Coquille,
—Just like new
The Oregon prison flax plant is 9:00 a. m.; Bandon, 11:00 a. m.
preparing to handle another normal
Fourth Sunday—Mass at Powers,
crop this year, L. L. Laws, manager of 8:30 a. m.; Coquille 11:00 a. rtt.
the plant told the Board of Control
Fifth Sunday—Mass at Coquille
this week. Laws says fields under 9:00 a. m.; Myrtle Point 11:00 a. m.
Front A Wiltarg 8ta.
Coquille, Or®. contract to the state plant will yield
Fourth Thursday—Mass at Gold
about 4000 tons of flax straw this Beach at 7:00 a. m.
Fourth Friday—Mass at Brookings
Church and Simpson.
Sigfrid Unander, of Portland, was
added to the staff of the executive
department this week as research di
rector. Unander will function as ex
ecutive secretary to various legisla
tive interim committees and will also
do research into various public prob
lems under the direction erf Governor
If Governor Sprague desires the
political scalp of State Forester J. W.
The Salem printer who inadver-
Ferguson, it begins to look as though ' tently substituted a “g” for a “q” in
he would have to first make a few
the headline announcing “Plague in
changes in the board of forestry. Fer
Statehouse Will Honor Ex-Governor,”
guson, it should be understood, is an
wrought far better than he knew. For
employee of the forestry board. This
it has proven to be just that, a plague
board is composed of nine members.
to Secretary of State Snell, this
The governor and the dean of the
plaque which admirers of former
school of forestry at Oregon State
Governor Martin want to place in
College are ex officio members of
the new capitol.
this board. The other seven mem
When the capitol was completed its
bers are appointed by the governor
architects advised against the addi
from lists supplied by seven lumber
tion of any embellishments other
and livestock organizations. All sev
than murals. Yielding to the pres
en serve at the pleasure of the gov
sure of various patriotic groups, how
ever, Secretary of State Snell set
Dean George W. Peavy, erf the Ore
aside the first floor corridor as a
gon State College, forestry school is
“memorial hall” to which plaques
understood also to yearn for Fergu
and memorial tablets were to be con
son’s scalp. The forester, however, is
fined. Three such plaques now adorn
fairly popular with the other seven
the walls of this corridor.
members of the board, or at least
Sponsors of the Martin plaque,
with enough of them to retain his
however, are not at all satisfied with
scalp for the time being. While the
this arrangement. The corridor is too
governor would like to get rid of Fer
dark and dismal for one thing and
guson, he hesitates to disturb the
too isolated for another, they say.
board in order to gain this end but it
They want the Martin plaque placed
would not be at all surprising if the
in a more conspicuous location—pre
political fires now being kindled un
ferably in the reception room of the
der the forester do not bring the sit
uation to a head within the next few
Church, supervising architects on the
capital, have advtaed Snell that this
request might be acceded to without
Six hundred Oregon motorists have
doing too much violence to the build
had their operators’ licenses revoked
ing "if it does not establish a prece
or suspended already this year, ac
cording to Secretary of State Earl
But that is just the rub. Snell fears
Snell. Revocations and suspensions
that it will set a precedent. If
under the safety te»po«uubility act
the Martin plaque is hung in the ex
totaled 458. Drunken driving ac
ecutive suite friends of other govern
counted for 381 of the revocations.
ors will insist upon the same recog
nition for their idol until in time the
Robert H. Warrens, of Forest
walnut panels of the reception room
Grove, was elected chairman of the
will be completely hidden behind
newly created Soli Conservation
bronze plaques, even as the walls of
commission at an organization meet
the legislative chambers in the old r
ing in Salem Saturday. Frank Bal
capitol were cluttered up with the
lard, of Oregon State College, was
horrors that passed as portraits of
of the commisssion include Dean Wm.
And there the situation rests. The
A. Schoenfeld, of Oregon State Col
plaque is ready to be placed but un
lege; Chas. A. Stricklin, state en
til the custodian of the capitol and
gineer, and G. W. Franklin, oi Enter
the plaque’s sponsors can get together
prise. Created under an act of the
on a location no plans can be made
last legislature the commission will
for its dedication.
NOTICE OF SEWER
Notice is hereby given that the
27t5 Common Council of the City at Co-
quille, did by resolution duly adopted
at a meeting of said Council, held on
the 28th day of July, 1939, and which
resolution is on file in the office of
the City Recorder in the record of
the proceedings of said Council, ref
Notice is hereby given that the erence to xyhich is hereby made and
undersigned, Administrator of the by such reference the same is hereby
Estate of Edwin Henry Kern, de made a part of this notice, duly de
ceased, under and by virtue of an au clare its intention and purpose to
thorization and order of the County construct a sewer to be known as the
Court far Coos County, Oregon, duly “EXTENSION OF THE SEWER ON
made and entered in said matter on EAST TENTH STREET, IN CO
the 19th day of July, 1939, will, on QUILLE, COOS COUNTY, ORE
and after the 28th day of August, GON,” from the middle of intersec
1939, at the office of O. C. Sanford tion of Tenth and Heath Streets,
in the First National Bank Building thence east on Tenth Street for a
in Coquille, Oregon, offer for sale and distance of 510 feet.
sell at private sale, either for cash
Said improvement will be made in
in hand at time of sale, or for part accordance with the plans and speci
cash and the balance to be secured fications of the City Engineer, filed
by flat mortgage upon the property in the office of the City Recorder on
to be sold, all the right, title and in the 20th day of July, 1939, and the
terest which said deceased at the time estimate of the probable cost of said
of his death had in and to the fol improvement is the sum of $1,760.00,
lowing described real property, to- reference to which is hereby made
and by such reference made a part of
Lot 3 and the South one-half
of Lot 2 in Block 71 in Notley’s
Said improvement will be made at
Addition to the town of Coquille
the expense of the property bene
City, now the City of Coquille,
fited thereby as stated in said reso
Coos County, Oregon, as per plat
lution, and all of such improvement
of said addition now on file and of
wiil be made in one project and in
record in the office of the Coun
cluded in one assessment district.
ty Clerk for said County and
Any and all persons interested may
make and file with the City Recorder
Said sale win be made subject to written remonstrance against said
confirmation by said County Court improvement within twenty days
Dated and published first time July days from the first publication of this
notice, to-wit, witnin twenty days
A. Clifftrfd Kein,
from the 3rd
Administrator of the
State Treasurer Walter A. Pearson
opines that it would be good adver
tising for the state if an attractive
hostess could be employed to meet
and greet visitors to the new capitol,
of whom there are-several hundred
every day. Governor "Sprague agrees
with him. So also does Secretary of
State Snell. But, Secretary of State
Snell points out, there are no funds
out of which a hostess could be paid.
Again Governor Sprague agrees. So
also does Treasurer Pearson. So it
appears, barring the advent of some
philanthropist or some patriotic group
willing to shoulder the cost, visiting
tourists will have to find their way
around the new statehouse without
benefit of a hostess as they have in
Approval of the creation of a peo
ples utility district in Hood River
county, outside the city of Hood
River, was given by the Oregon Hy
dro-electric commission this week.
Sponsors of the project told the com
mission at a bearing in Salem several
weeks ago that if the district was
approved it was their plan to pur
chase the distribution system of the
Pacific Power & Light company and
to serve the city as well as the rural
Cloverleaf Dairy, pure
mon: ‘‘Jesus As Lord.”
7:00 p. m. B. Y. P. U. services.
8:00 p. m. Evening services. Ser
Prayer service each Thursday 7:45
p. m. We cordially invite one and all
to enjoy a warm Christian fellowship
The Pioneer Methodist Church
Howard L. Graybeal, Pastor
Morning Church Service at 11 a. m.
Sermon, “The Higher Look.”
Evening Church Service at 8 p. m.
Sermon, “The Most Mysterious Word
in the Bible." This will be the sec
ond Of a series of evening sermons
on “The Greatest Words in the Bible.
Sunday School begins at 10 a.
Noble Chownlng, Supt.
Mid-week church service each
Wednesday evening at 7:45.
need the inspiration and help to be
found in this service, so be sure to
If you are a newcomer in Coquille
be at church Sunday and give us a
chance to meet you. Then you will
never be a stranger again.
St. James’ Episcopal Church
Cor. 3rd and Elliott Streets
Rev. George R. Turney, Vicar
at 9:00 a. m.
Emanuel Baptist Church
9:30 a. m.—Morning service and
Fourth and Elliott Sts.
Rev. Edwin C. Swanson, Pastor
Aug. 20—No Services.
The church with a Bible ministry,
Aug. 27—No Services.
where Jesus Christ is captain and
Sept. 3—8:00 a. m. Holy Commun
men are crew.
ion. 11:00 a. m. Holy Communion
9:45 a. m. Sunday School. C. L. and Sermon.
11:00 a. m. Morning services. Ser-
Calling carda, 50 for $1.00.
Piano and Accordion
Miss Inez Rover
105 West Second St.
Anywhere For Hire
WOOD — COAL — FUEL OIL
Farr & Elwood Bldg,
E. G. OPPERMAN
WIRING & REPAIRING
Mansell Drayage &
Dr. De La Rhue
lxjcal and Long Distance
Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted
Reception room jointly with
Dr. J. R. Bunch
LADT IN ATTENDANCE
Gano Funeral Home
TAVERN A DANCING
Basket of Prizes every
Wednesday. Orchestra Wed
nesday & Saturday featuring
Del’s Swing Band
Corner Hall and Front Sta.
no matter how large and elaborate
the scale upon which the fsineral
arrangements are to be made. That
policy—that is our proud
after many years of experi-
fqrence With us'will