The Coquille Valley sentinel and the Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1917-1921, March 12, 1920, Page 5, Image 5

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The Advantages of
Government Supervision
9\
_ _
H*d Income
M» Must Determine
OVERNMfc]
supervision, such as is en-
ffimt National Bank, in­
cludes not Ally operation according to Nation­
al Banking Laws and Regulations, but regu­
lar inspection by Government Examiners.
KAfiCH 15 LAST FILINO DATE.
os in the o n . Bat the
y showed as high aa 30
ta the ton and one San Francisco office
sont word that the ora indicated from
10 tol8 ounces. It i* claimed th« de-,
Posit has boon traced for nearly $0
miles, from northeast to southwest,
endine in the vicinity of tho
o f Stima river. On* ranch
gave aa option on his minorai rights
for fifteen thousand dollaro. Guy
Stutsman, a Marshfield boy, who has
ban working fo r several years with
th# Inman mines company sluicing
gold on Sixes rivar is »aid to have dis­
covered th* most productiva platinum
deposit. HU And is in a territory SO
to 36 milea from the main Curry
county highway near the head of Six-
■<r offered for inten
2. The first bay«
ege* known «a uf\
»teil,’’ “ blood ring»,'
ed," “ moldy e o n .
“ black or mixed roti
Then too, this institution is a Member of
the Federal Reserve System which is an add­
ed advantage to both this bonk and our eus-
NOT1CE
OF
ADM INISTRATOR'S
SALE.
‘ Nationalise* Yoar Bank Account.
* Notice U hereby given that the un-
f \ \ Jr ^ . A
+
t •» y,
Nobody ia exempt from Income Tax,
darsignad, Ola Paulson, Administra­
4
per
cent
paid
am
An obligation Is laid directly ou the
tor of the estate of G. A. Signalness,
• one year time deposits.
shoulder» of each clt Iren ami resident
deceased, under and by anli.ority of
an Order and Decree duly made and
to consider bis own caae and to sot his
A.
J. Sherwood
-
President
entered
d bv the C« >unty M
of
W h in In on time If one ia doe.
L. H. Hazard - Vice-Pres. A Mgr.
State
o:
of
Oregon,
for
Coo*
County,
With each return showing a lax duo
the
O. C. Sanford
*
Cashier
— 6th
--h day of February, 1920, s lw ,
a payment must accompany the return
from and after Saturday, th* 18th day
Bess Maury
-
A s s t Cashier
la the tall amount of the tax or
of March, 1920, proceed to soil at prC-
lonst one-quarter o f tho tak.
vate sale for cash in hand at timé of
a cool, dry piece, tmtil «iiiapM
All returns for 181# most be Med on
sals all that portion of th* real pro-
«. E « i «hail be handled promptly or before March 18.
y of th* said estate particularly
upon receipt, aad shipment made aa
ribed aa follows: An undivided
Must Show Time Flour*a.
soon therefore aa Is possible.
one-third interest in the W u t half of
In figuring op his earnings for In
the Southweet quarter and the
7. Eggs known aa “ largo hatch come tax purposes a person must take
.O f COQUILLE
Southeast quarter o f th* South­
upota," heavily shrunken eggs, "set­ Joto consideration all Items of taxable
west
quarter
o
f
Section
22;
nd each Item Itself must bt
tled yolks,” and “leelrlng eggs,” and
th* East naif o f ‘th* Southeast quarter
irate la amount. Ouesses and ew
Many cl »h is have been staked in and the Southwest quarter ' o f thfc
eggs with “ loose ah* eoHh,” are fit for
ites must be avoided, foi the
the Stutsman section."Many exper­ Southeast quarter of Section 21: tho
consumption, hot wfl! not stand trans­ torti la mode underdath.
.
ienced mining men are slow to be­ Northeast quarter of .the Northeast
portation. They should bo oa«d by,
Everybody who bad an Income dut- lieve the reported finds are realities, quarter of Section 28; Lots 1 and 2
the home coBUBinhy*
Ing 1818 mjist now determine whether
of Section 27; all in Tov/nship 26
South, Ranje 13 W u t o f th* Willam­
8. A ll “ cheeks” and “ cracks’? shell his or her net Income was sufficient In declaring platinum has never be
eggf should be «hipped In eases sten- ’amount to require an Income Tax re- found in ore and they claim th* min­ ette Meridian in Cooe County, Oregon,
tunt The boot way to find oat la to eral that is causing the excitment in And an undivided one-thifd interest
get a Form 10I0A and follow the In* iiirry county U some other than plat- j in the following described tide lands,
to-wit: Beginning at the meander p u t
at ructions printed on It That forte imnn.—Gold Beach Reporter.
on th* left bank of Davis Slough, be-
I will serve as a reminder of every Item
I tween Sections 27 and 88, in Township
ihall use ears and intelligence in the IWf Income; and If a return Is due. It
26 South, Range 18 West o f th* Wil-
Two Trngedlen in Family.
handling o f those eggs. Daring the telle how to prepare and file It.
lametto Meridian, in Coo* County,
A
double
tragedy
happened
id
months o f Jam, In ly and Ahgost,
Oh# of the Important points to keep
Oregon, and running thence South 86
In mind Is that a person'* net Income A. McLellan family last week, say* j degrees East 20 chains; thence East
certificato shows that forty-eight (48) I* found by a computation prescribed the Port Orford Tribune. Mr.McLel L 110 chains; thence South 62H degrees
1 Simplex Separator, No. 9
I East ll.M chains; 'thence South 1.6
who U employed at the I
hours have elapsed since the eggs In the law, and that each Item of In­
water line;
come from eyery source moot be con* Mines Co. plant on Sixes, eras badly chains
1 Sharpless Tubler Separator, No. 3
were first candlsd, they shall bo reean-
North 76te degree« W
West
ut
11.37
e
aldered, unless specifically exempted.
crushed about thé chut by a .log. chains: thence North 82)4 degrees
dled and proper notation n u lo on the
I
Portable
Forgo
Another thing to remember Is that
West 8.13 Chains: thence South 60M
c.'Mling certificato. Daring the isd- thq personal exemption allowed tax­ Several rlbe were broken and the ends degrees West 16.20 chains; thenc*
1 Kimball Organ
msinder o f the year, when the egg payers by law has no relation whatever pierced hie lunge. Dr. H. L. Houston North 64Vi degrees West 8.6 chains;
to the requirement to file return. This was called from Bandon fu t held out thence North 9J -chains to the place
1 Patented Seed Potato Cutter
exemption la not to be considered until little hop* of recovery, but the* injured of beginning, containing 26.22 acres
a parson baa figured on* his' net In­
l has sine« been getting along so of tide land fronting qnd abutting
1 12-inch Iron Beam Plow
come and determined whether It wa# nicely that he is now expected to ro- upon Lots 1 and 2 in Section 27,
Township 26 Sooth, Range 18 West
sufficient to require him to file a
2 Sets Hack Haraoaa, one almost new
r. Last Saturday, Alex. MeLel- of th* Willamette Meridian; re­
torn. Then, M a retorn moot be filed,
serving
and
excepting
therefrom
l*n, the grown son of the family, died
1 2-oca ted Hock
be should read carefully the Instruc-
2 acres
on Davis Slough he
41000 tar defining exemption, ami com­ with the flu at Point Richmond, Calif. tofore sold aad convoyed by deed
400 Aeree
1 Heavy Buggy .
The young man was wall known in
plete hi* return.
to Patrick O. Lyden.
From Farm
I f In doubt on any point as to Income this section, having lived a number of
Dated this 13th day of February
Aladdin Lamp Chimney, Maatka, Wicks and two
W. L. Norton and 4. N. Campbell, or deductions, a person may secure yean with his parents on Elk river, 1820.
stylos of Shades
Ole
Paulson,
two O. A. C. SMB o f Ioni
B et advice and old from the nearest the family moving to California last
Administrator of the eetat* of G. A.
Internal Revenue office. Many hanks fall.
in i arming in this part o f
1 Band of Cupa and Saucers. You can bay gas
Signalness, deceased.
4t6
snu who fo r the post year have boon and trust companies are also furnish­
_______________________ IS__________
Cup and Saucer or a dozen „
: *
ing
similar
aOTvIce
during
banking
operating tht Mg Star ranch in Carry
Kelp For Fertilizer
hours.
county, recently came up from there
nMvy rdiiiiiM ffi law , ^
Frau Farm Basjnou.
' »»IP ■ 1
am. bought four hundred aereo o f fine
For fatting to make a retorn on time
L.
J.
Simpson has hauled a
oottom land just aereas tho river from the penalty Is a fine o f not more t*#a
spread out on one of his fields at
Coquille on the Rash Estate.
81,000 and an addition of 28 per cant
-eacru several tons of dead Kelp
to
the
tax.
If
any.
For
making
a
fulae
These two bushy young m en have
DR. F. Q. BUNCH
•■«ids as well ns heads and knew how or fraudulent return (he penalty Is a gathered up along the bench new his
DENTIST
to think an-1 work at tho same timo fin e'of not more than $10,000 or Im­ place. This Kelp is a plant which has
Farmers A Merchante
prisonment not exceeding one year, or
washed ashore in great quanti­
They are familiar with conditions In
Bank Bldg.
both; and, l i addition, SO per rent of ties; It ia very rich in potash, one of
Homboldt county, where land valses 'the tag. There are other penalties for
1861
Coquille. Ora.
run up to 8800.00 and $1000.00 por tailing to pay tax when due and for the important elements of plant food
which most o f our soils are more
acre and they can see tho same possi­ understatement of the tax through
DR. W.
GLAISYKR
* r le u deficient. Potash fertilizer in
bilities for Coos County.
VBTRRIN ARLAN
any
sort
of
commercial
form
is
Very
Many
t
eureeo
of
In
cams.
These hard' working moa hove
Aside from what on* may earn by hard to find on the market now days.
started in already to door up «their
Coonty Hard ffi Moot
It will be interesting to watch the
Me
sen Mw, there are many other
land, «orne o f which Mu
source*
of
Income.
I
f
be
sold
any
effect
of
this
Kelp
fertiliser
need
on'
Coquille, Or*.
cropped one yaSr, they aro
property during 1818 he must figure Mr. Simpson's land.
the dead willow stampo off o f n lot of out the gain realised. I f he rented
the rest of and except to mod 300 bulldlnga, land, apartments or rooms
Batter Wrappers
aeres of It this y sor to barley which each rents moot be considered t« us­
has, on adjoining forma, yielded otar able, and ho may claim dedactlons for Signs at the Bentffiml
100 bu. per ocre on this samo typo of necessary expenses Incidental to rent*.
First National Bank Building
F IN A L BKTTLKMKNT
Bank laterest Is a common source
■oil, (tho Coquille SUt loom).
Pheae 1341
Coquille
Ia the matter o f the Receivership
They will plow this ground with o o f income abi| Is taxable whether with­
the CoqnlDs Mill * Mercantile Co.,
drawn or not Any amount o f Interest
■8BJS™ ■ — Ü - JA- ' J
tractor and after tho crop is in
} D.'Newton, Receiver.
C. R. BARROW
eredftod to a da«waiter lo Income to
Notice ia hereby given that W. D.
growing, they will door op more load. tho depositor.
Attorney sod Counselor at Law
Newton has filed his final report as I
They intend to make H tho
Practico
in State aad Federal
Interest on mortgages and notes la
id receiver and the Court has, by I
farm in tho Coquille Valley.
taxable; also bond Interest received
Courte. Hav* moved my office to
dar, set the hearing of objections
They boaght this land very reason* front corporation*1’ ' .
6 a, part bottom, A
l mi. from Coquille on highway, $1300.00.
ereto on the 20th day of March, I
old City Hall near Busy Corner
A taxpayer who cashed bis Insur­ 1930, at 10 o’clock a. m. of said day.
125 acre dairy ranch, 32 apres fine bottom in cultivation, 760-
atfis and wa predict it will more then
and City Wharf. Offic* boon 8
W. D. Newton,
GOO f t saw timber, silo and outbuildings, 9 cows, 3 horses,
double in value aa aoon aa H la all e s * « during 1818 most report as >tn-
to 12 A. M. and 1 to I P. M.
Receiver.
cooso any excess received over the to­ 6t6
100 hens, all farm tools and machinery. Splendid location,
cleared and improved.
tal af premiums paid.
spring water, } '/ mile north o f Myrtle Point on highway,
The Farmers and Merchants Bank
Members o f partnership« or personal
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
$13,000. Fine modem home and 4 lots in north side o f Co­
at CcquLle is assisting these men in service corporation* or beneficiaries of
PH YSIC IA N and 8UBGBON.
Notice Is hereby given that the un-1
quille, $2,600. Terms on all.
'
cl* iring the load which they have an estate or treat moat report their
Richmond-Barker Building.
reigned has bun duly appointed
1 ought, and wa welcome other
shares o f Income distributable to them
taintetrator of th* Estate of Flor­
Coquille, Ora.
whether or not actually withdrawn.
land clearer», who come with tho
ence B. Gilman, deceased, by the I
Phone*. Office 626, Res. 214.
C
M
video
eh
of
domestic
corporations
Coonty Court for C ou County, Ore-
I'rogrqpdve spirit that is 00
must be reported. Many other form# g*B| and that all persons having
needed to dofolopi
claims
Afftinit said Estate a re
of Income ore taxable, unless specific*
old county o f oars.
by notified that they are required to
ally
present the some doty verified and
l I T O k H E T -A T -L A W
with the proper vouchers therefor to
Kiehmond-Barker Bldg
He Struck It
the undersigned at the office of S. D.
Coquille ’
. Oregon
Pulford, Coquille, C o m oCunty, Ore­
From Fata»
gon, w ithiutix months from tne date
R. M. Bunn, o f Myrtle Spring fa rm
A raro, bought St. M aw u Cinco, a
this 18th day of February,
1930.
you i t heifer lir t Sent. At the itlc.
O steopathic P h ysician
Georg* A. Gilman,
which our banka conducted at Ce-i I
Administrator of the Estate of | Graduate o f the American School
quill*. This 2 yoar old heifer, tkej
6t6
Florence E. GUmsn, deceased.
o f Osteopathy of Kirksvllle, Mo.
last of January,
Office in Eldorado Black.
with a fine heifer calf _
Marshfield
Oregon
NOTICE. OF AD M INISTRATOR’S ]
< i official test 813 lb*, milk teat, 6.7
/
SALE
Ail a w iw t a r if y ’W i i i im iho
or 49.64 lbs. of fat during the 3» days, year 1818 most be filed by Monday,
Notice ia hereby given that the un-1
month of February. W e'll bet Mr. MdrffiHS. Bach tfixahle tararti time» dereigned, L M. W ukly, th* duly ap­
L’unn gets her inside the Register off | be accompanied by efceek w money or. pointed, qualified and acting Admin-1
9 B m s T
del for the tall amount or at lu st one- istrator of the Utah of I. T. Weekly
Merit requirements lmfg before t
first
S
V
I
Bank B’ ld’g Phono
have a large stock of Business Cards, Fine P a­
deceased,
under
and
by
authority
of
qufirtaf dr thé m * ' e f tax dim
of her year’s record.
Cash peymeitts art aeceptW only st an Order of the County Court o f the
Main 11, Ooquilir, Oregon.
pers and Envelopes, plain or linen finish, and can
" e will heve a etory lator, on aoi
conectara mola efflee; If sent by Bute of Oregon for Coos County, duly
made and entered on the 6th day of
more of the stuff that we brought
a ratet the sender’* risk
give
you something neat for your office stationery
t o r that sale.
It'S got the breedi
_________
its ___ s f Oregon should filo February, 1920. shall, from and after
the 20th day o f March, 1920, proceed
anight and when give* th* right kind Jam , returns with, , and make pa y meet* to u il at private sale, for cash tat
UWYCt
of care it la making good.
I of Income Tax to» Milton A Miller, hand, all of the real property belong­
SENTINEL PRINTING
Ask S. S. Rood what ho think« o f Collector of Internal Reveno*, Port* ing to the said estate aad particular­
IS
Office
ia
First
National
Bank
ly described os follows: Lets Seven,
the ones ho got, and look at tho re- Mend. ° r* - '
.
QUALITY PRINTING
Building, Coquilte, Oregon.
Eight,
aad
Nine,
and
th*
Southeast
cords th ev mrm m ekinw
I T b « * wb° ■ « * * *•
bht
w
eu tln e . u m . k * * net done so ere w e r e * that the quarter o f tho Southwut quar­
Twenty-eight in
w e me planning on getting
„re n o e law Impeme heavy penalties ter of Section
more good onu soon; i f you wont in
to get retnmq M an timo or Township Twenty-eight South, Rang*
Eleven West of the WUlsmetto Mert-
on it let oe know at ones, fo r real |t0 make payments on tlm*.
dten in Coos County. State of Oregon.
C T T O th B Y A T LAW
goad onu, tho triad that wo-fool u f o
Barly filing aad oarly payments are
Doted this 80th day of February,
in recomending a n harder to find thialarged. In.order lo relieve the Internal 1910
First National Bank Building
year than ever but when we do. got revenue offires ae moeb as poulble of
L.M . Weekly,
C*qulll*
Oregon
them, you may sot have a chance a t U overlopd on the final <tey, March 18 . Administrator of the Estate e f L
T. Weekly,
them unleu pour name ia en the Rat
Ä
Quick's Store
I
j
Professional Cards
SERVICE
y.
Local and L on g Distance
Telegraph
Coo* & C urry
^Telephone Com pany
«
J. A. RICHMOND
W. C. CHASE .
IS
DUE MARCH 15
A W ORD to the W IS E
DR. O. W. LESLIE
Penalties for Defay and Failure
to Make Returnfi—Early
Compliance Urged.
W h e n y o u n e e d neat, n e w a n d
nifty
L e tte rh e a d s ,
C ir c u la r s
DR. C. W. ENDICOTT
E n v e lo p e s ,
or other ad vertisin g
m atter, The Coquille Valley Seiliael is
r e a d y to fill the bilL
W e also
J. J. STANLEY ’
A. J. SHERWOOD
W hat Does Your Label Say?