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tic Tanks—Everything to complete
your Plumbing job. See us for
Low Estimates. J. A. Lamb Co. s
FOR SALE—DeLaval separators t
milking machines. Coos Feed
COWS FOR SALE—Tested for both
TB and Bangs disease; eight head,
milking now. T. H. Benham, Co
quille, Fairview route. Phone 5R13.
CROWN- DAIRY FEEDS and poultry
feeds are giving satisfaction to
thousands of users in the northwest.
A feed for every need. For sale by
Coos Feed A Seed Stores.
SLIGHTLY Used McCormick Deer
ing 750 - lb.
859.50. Cost 8110.00 new. See at
once. J. A. Lamb Company.
FOR SALE— Order your McNess pro
ducts from a Coos county Pioneer,
John H. Paxson, McNess represen
tative in Coquille, Myrtle Point and
North Bend. 145 West First street
P. O. Box 534, Coquille.
GRASS SEED—Just received a fresh TENNIS PLAYERS—We restring and
repair rackets. FARR A ELWOOD.
stock of Rye Grass, Orchard Grass,
Upland and Lowland Mixtures.
TIN CANS—No. 2 plain, 83.50 per
Clovers, and other FALL SEEDS
100. No. 2 Enamel »3.65 per 100.
Inquire about our economically
No. 2H Plain 83.95 per 100. No.
priced “Bum Mixture." FARR A
2ft Enamel 84.15 per 100. PARR
FLEA POWDER—“One Spot” is
PLAY TENNIS—With Wilsota equip
guaranteed to kill. Only 25c can.
ment We have a fresh stock of
FARR & ELWOOD.
balls, rackets, presses, covers and
gut. FARR A ELWOOD.
JUST ARRIVED—Our fall shipment
of rye grass, clover seed, orchard
grass, seed oats and vetch and seed
grains. See us first. Get our prices. ZENITH Refrigerators — 8119.50
Save money. Coos Feed A Seed
Your Own Terms in Reason. Gen
erous 6.2 cu. ft. size, with gleaming
baked Dulux exterior. Hermetically
sealed unit with Five Year War
ranty. Makes 108 ice cubes. Slid
WILL SWAP—“Farmer’s Bargains”
ing vegetable crisper, automatic
—Music lessons for carpentry or
interior light. J. A. Lamb Com
painting. Trailer for drag saw,
canned Cherries for empty jars,
RIR pullets for leghorns.
TRADE in your old Range on a New
L A H Electric Range or a new
Globe Dutch Oven Range. EH A
FA terms on'Electrical Appliances.
RELIABLE MAN WANTED to call
J. A. Lamb Company.
on farmers in N. Coos County. No
experience or capital required.
BUY AN eight piece bedroom suite
Steady work. Make up to $12 a
at the COQUILLE FURNITURE
day. FURST A THOMAS, 426 -
CO. this week for only 864.95 and
3rd St, Oakland, Calif.
save Ten Dollars. See it in our
Funeral services were conducted
structure. Interested parties con by the Gano Funeral Home, in the
tact Mrs. Orvus Miller, Arago. lt*s Christian church at Port Orford, on
Sunday at 2 p. m. for Raymond Ver
RANGES FOR SALE—Large assort non Kreiger, who passed away at a
ment of Reconditioned Ranges, Cir Coquille hospital last Friday. T. B.
culators and Heaters to be sold very McDonald, of Port Orford officiated
reasonable to make room for new and interment was in the Masonic
merchandise. Purkey Furniture, cemetery there.
next to Cowbell Dairy, Coquille, s
Mr. Keiger was nearly 4 years of
age, having been bom in Medford,
Dec. 24, 1915, and prior to his two
WHO OWES YOU
J months’ illness had been head rigger
in a Logging camp at Port Orford.
We collect delinquent accounts,
He is survived by his parents, Mr.
No collection. no charge. Western and Mrs. Clayton R. Kreiger, a brother
Mercantile Agency. Phone 161, Co James, and two sisters, Mrs. Helen
quille, Oregon. I. H. Heaton, Mgr.
McKay and Mrs. Bernice White, aU of
WE Vulcanize your tubes—not cold Port Orford.
patch them. No extra cost. 346
West Front street, Coquille. Thorn
ton Tire Service.
FOR RENT—Cottage, 3 rm A bath,
gas range, oil heater, also 3 rm A
bath apt. 407 S. Willard St. Its*
APARTMENT for Tent.
partly furnished, at 134 East Eighth
street. Lights, water and fuel fur
nished. North end of Henry. Call
at above address.
FOR RENT—Furnished apartment,
2 rooms and bath. Adults only.
Mrs. C. W. Ashton, J20 East First,
FOR RENT—Nice clean airy apart
ments and sleeping rooms, furnish
ed. Hot water and bath. Close in.
Inquire 351 So. Henry St.
FOR RENT—A 3-room and a 5-
room apartment at Chaney Apart
ments. Call 52L.
Calling carda. SO for »1.00.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
COUNTY OF 0008, STATE
Attorney «4 Law
First National Bank Bldg.
DR. J. W. HARRISON
Office and residence on Co
quille - Marshfield Highway,
n*xt place west Sanford
Heights road. Phene »42
P.O. Box 24» Coquille, Oregon
a C. SANFORD
Attorney at Law
Probate, Beal Estate
DR. De La RHUE
Maliy wHh Dr. 1. R.
HARRY A. SLACK
First National Bank Building
J. ARTHUR BERG
Attorney al Law
St James’ Episcopal Church
Car. 3rd and Ellie« Streets
The Rev. George R. Tumey. Vicar
September 17— 15th Sunday after
Sept. 24—16th Sunday after Trinity.
8:00 a. m.—Holy Communion, C.
C. for women.
9:45 a. m.—Church School.
-11:00 a. »m.—Morning Prayer and
Sermon (choir rehearsal after ser-
Wednesdays, 2 p. m.—St. James’
Guild meeting. Parish house.
Thursday, Sept. 2L 7:30 p. m.—
St James, Evening Guild, Parish
Episcopal Men’s Club Organize
7:30—First of fall classes at in-
An Episcopal Men’s club was organ struction—Vicar’s Study.
ized last Thursday evening at a meet
Emanuel Baptist Church
ing in the Parish House, called by
Fourth and Elliott Sts.
Rev. Geo. R. Tumey. About 15 have
Rev. Edwin C. Swanson, Pastor
signified their intention of joining and
The church with a Bible ministry
-Mr. Tumey hopes to age that number where Jesus Christ is captain and
largely increased. The meetings will men are crew.
be held in the Parish House on Thurs
9:45—Sunday school, C. L. Brock
day evenings and are to be for relax man, Supt.
ation and enjoyment, with no set order
11:00 a. m.—Morning services.
of business—only what the members Sermon: Rev. Ivan Shults, Bandon,
may wish to do.
6:30 p. m.—B. Y. P. U. services.
Calling cards, 50 for »1.00.
7:30 p. m.—Evening services Bap
tismal service at 7:30 p m. Sermon:-
NOTICE TO BIDDEN
Notice is hereby given that sealed “Daystar of Hope.”
bids will be received by the City Re
Prayer meeting each Thursday
corder of the City of Coquille, Ore 7:45 p. m. One and all are cordially
gon, at the City Hall in said City un
til 5 o’clock P. M. on the 2nd day of invited to attend.
October, 1939, for furnishing the fol
lowing materials, to-wit:
First Church of Christ, Scientist
342 ft. 8 inch Sewer Pipe
188 ft 6 inch Sewer Pipe
1—8 inch x 8 inch Sewer Wye
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
1—8 inch x 6 inch Sewer Wye
Sunday Service at 11 a. m.
13—8 inch x 6 inch Sewer Wyes
Subject for next Sunday, “Reality."
1—8 inch Sewer bend H
12—6 inch Sewer bends %
Wednesday evening meeting at 8
1—8 inch Sewer Stop
5—6 inch Sewer stops
Free public Reading Room at 256
2 cu. yd. Sand
Drane Bldg., open every day except
6 bbl. Cement
3 cu. yds. Bar rim gravel
Sunday and holidays from 12:30 to
1 set Man hole fittings
5:00 p. m.
1250 ft. B. M. lumber
10 cu. yds. Road gravel
The City reserves the right to
waive technicalities and to reject any
or all bids or to accept any bid that
in the judgment of the City Council
appears best for the City.
By order of the Common Council
dated September 18, 1939.
F. G. LESLIE,
The Pioneer Methodist Church
Howard L. Graybeai. Pastor
Morning Church Service at 11 a. m.
Evening Church Service at 9 p. m.
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Inter
esting classes for all age groups.
Church Service each Wednesday
evening at 7:30 p. m. You will appre
ciate these services.
Church of Christ
E. Fourth A Coulter Sts.
One Block East of Henry SL Bridge
C. Adrian Sias, Minister
Bible School 9:45 a. m.
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship.
7:00 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
8:00 p. m. Evangelistic and Worship
Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meet-
A cordial welcome is extended to
all to attend these meetings.
Hie Holy Name Cptholic Church
Schedule for year 1939
First Sunday of the month—Mass
at Bandon, 9:00 a. m.; at Coquille
Third Sunday—Mass at Coquille,
11:00 a. m.
9:00 a. m.; Bandon, 11:00 a. m.
Fourth Sunday—Mass at Powers,
8:30 a. m.; Coquille 11:00 a. m.
Fifth Sunday—Mass at Coquille
9:00 a. m.; Myrtle Point 11:00 a. m.
Fourth Thursday—Mass at Gold
Beach at 7:00 a. m.
Fourth Friday—Mass at Brookings
at 9:00 a. m.
Dr. C. G. Stem, Chiropractor.
Moulton StM phone 80-J.
A. F. 4 A. M.
Music Lessons in Your Home
Piano and Accordion
4 LB CT...
LADY IN ATTENDANCE
J. A. RICHMOND
Hunters:—Bring you deer to Jim*» Market and well akin
cut it up to suit you.
on life policies written
through my office
Take advantage of thia op
portunity AT ONCE, buy all
you can afford while you can
still get it WITHOUT a
George E. Oerding
1st National Bank Bldg.
Gano Funeral Home
TAVERN A DANCING
Wednesday. Orchestra Wed
nesday A Saturday featuring
Del’s Swing Band
Chadwick Lodge No. 68
Tuesday, Oct 1», 7:39 pi
• ■ • I
In the Matter of the Estate of
Robert J. Galbraith, Deceased.
TO Doris Manos and Dorothy Lor-
enze and to any unknown heirs of
In the Name of the State of Ore
gon, You are hereby cited and re
quired to appear in the County Court
of the State of Oregon, for the County
of Coos at the Court Room thereof,
at Coquille, in the Cbunty of Coos
on the 24th day of October 1939, at ten
o’clock in the forenoon of that day, WARRANT REDEMPTION NOTICE
then and there to show cause if any ALL COOS COUNTY GENERAL
ROAD FUND WARRANTS
you have, why C. A. Barton, the Ad
endorsed prior to Feb. 1, 1938
ministrator of said estate shall not
sell the- following described real called for payment at the office of the
VIOLIN, PIANO and ALL STRINGS
Coos County Treasurer,
property belonging to said estate:
Ida Smith, Marshfield Highway, corner SaAford Heights
The Northeast quarter Of the North /1
Sept. 22, 1939.
west quarter of Section 7, Township
road, on Coquille-Bullards Route.
28 South of Range 12 west of the
of Coos County.
Willamette Meridian in Coos County,
Oregon, in the manner prescribed
NOTICE TO BIDDER8
by law to pay the expenses of ad
Notice is hereby given that sealed
ministration and any claims that may bids will be received by the City Re
be presented against said estate.
corder of the City of Coquille, Ore
Witness, the Hon Hugh McLain, ! gon, at the City Hall in said City
Judge of County Court of the State | until 5 o’clock P. M. on the 2nd day
Miss Inez Rover
of Oregon for the County of Coos of October, 1939, for furnishing the
with the seal of said Court, affixed following materials, to-wit:
this 20th day of September 1939.
4620 feet 4 inch Cast iron
L. W. ODDY, Clerk.
pre-caulked or bell and
By JULIA LEATHERMAN,
pipe, 2 Ts and 1 elbow all 4
300 feet 2H inch Flre
FOR SALE—At SOS No. Holly »tree*
Date of first publication
double jacket wax and gum
in Coquille a 4-room house, frame Sept. 21, 1939.
treated, with pin lug couplings
and each 50 foot length dated and
C. F. D. stamped on each coup
ling, 400 lb. test
300 feet 1H inch rubber cov
ered hose for street cleaning,
rodker lug muplfngs, 50 foot
E. G. OPPERMAN
lengths each coupling to have
WIRING A REPAIRING
date and C. S. D. stamped on
same, 300 lb. test.
The City reserves the right to waive ------
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technicalities and to reject any or
all bids or to accept any bid that in r
the judgment of the City Council ap
pears best tor the City.
Mansell Drayage &
By order of the Common Council,
344 Front St
September 18, 1939.
Next door to Thornton
F. G. LESLIE,
COME IN AND VISIT OUR NEW MEAT DEPARTMENT
I xkb I and Long Distance
NOTICE OF ANNUAL ELECTION
AT HENNINGER’S MARKET. HIGHEST QUALITY
'COALEDO DRAINAGE DISTRICT
Notice is hereby given that the
MEATS AT A REASONABLE PRICE
regular annual meeting of the land
owners of Coaledo Drainage District
GENERAL REPAIRING ON
will be held at the law office of
ALL MAKE8 OF CARS '
Harry A. Slack, in the First National
SEPTEMBER 22nd and 23rd
Bank Building, Coquille Oregon on
Twenty-Four Hour Service
I the 7th day of October, 1939, at the
hour of 1.30 P. M.; for the purpose of
electing one Supervisor, for the pur
pose of considering the matter of ad
justing the debt of said District; and
for the transaction of such other busi
ness as may lawfully come before
display window now.
OR SALE—“Farmer's Bargains”
A REAL BARGAIN in a used wood,
services—Bicycle — Used Pipe-
and coal range with white porce
Gas Engines—Battery Charger—
lain enamel trim, oven in perfect
Pullets—Ducks — Goats—Rabbits—
condition, fire box like new. A
Horses—Pigs. See FARR & EL
bargain at 829.95, at the COQUILLE
WOOD’S “Swap Board.”
“Farmer's Bargains" SEE OUR NEW wood circulators that
Shoats, Cows, Pullets, Farm Work.
are built to save you money and
Farm Water system, Bench Saw,
give you the maximum of heat and
2nd hand fruit jars. Brown leg
still in the price you can afford
horn pullets, Deer Rifle, Row Boat.
to pay. As low as »39.50 at the
See FARR A ELWOOD’S “Swap
COQUILLE FURNITURE CO
ONE USED dining room table round
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED—Must be
oak top, in excellent shape, for only
good cook. Board and room and
811.50 complete with extension
salary. CaU 601XX. Mrs. L. H.
leaves at the COQUILLE FURNI
WANTED—General cleaning by the
PROPERTY FOR SALE
hour or day. Leave word, if inter
ested at Folsom’s Grocery. Mrs. FOR SALE—The E. H. Kern house
at 336 South Maple, lot and a half.
Call 34R or see A. Clifford Kern.
Port Orford Man P
Here’s the Place to Start