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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1907)
Call at Robinsons’ and take a
look at those new Cluett coat shirts
The very latest.
Fine assortment of silks just re
ceived at Kerr’s.
H. M. Tuttle was a business vis
itor from Marshfield to this city by
Land A Lyons carry all kinds of
Geo. E. Peoples, the creamery-
man returned yesterday from a
short visit to the bay.
Jonathan Quick last Monday re
ceived a trio of thoroughbred Bar
red Plymouth rocks from the Gar
rison poultry farm at Forest Frove.
A beautiful piano on sale at Bar
ker's Jewelry store.
The Title Guarantee and Abstrsot
Co. haye just received a large safe
for the safe keeping of the books
and any papers of the Company’s.
Rolled Barley in any quantity at
Land & Lyon’s.
Mrs. H. S. Kribs and daughter,
Miss Ella, of Myrtle Point, returned
from the bay Monday. The latter
was on her return from a sojourn of
several months in Portland.
J. W. Leneve expects his new
spring line of drygoods tomorrow.
K. 2.50 chains, N. .50 chains, N. 28)<°!
Tim ber Land Act, Ju n e 3, 1878.
W. 3.30 chains, N. 71)^’ W. 2.40 chains,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
IN T H E CIRCU IT COURT OF T H E
IN T H E C IR C U IT COURT OF TH E
United States Land Office,
STATE OF OREGON IN AND FOR
For Drainage District in *Fat EH N. 6.38 chain«, N. 51)4* W. 5.00 chains.
STATE OF OREGON, IN AND
Roaeburg, Ore., Nov. 28, 1906.
, JS. 20* W. 5.00 chains, 8. 86 “ W. 4.00 j
T H E COUNTY OF COOB.
WEDNESDAY MARCH 20 1907.
chains, 8 . 30“ W. 2.50 chains, N. 23“ W.
Notice is hereby given th a t in oompli* Ella N. H arm an, Plaintiff, '
3.00 chains, N. 1 2 V E- 2.00 chains, N. j J “ T ‘ McCormac, Plaintiff,
| ance with the provisions of the act of
| Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "A n Dwight K. M itchell, H allett
To the Honorable County C ourt for . 54’ W. 1.80 chains, N . 3334’ W. 4.00 ; The Coquille Coal and Lum-
K. II. M itchell, and H allet K. 8 uit in
H. M. Winter, consulting engin
Coos County, O regon:
! chains, N. 78,V IV. 5.00 chains, N. 4 V | her Company, a Corporation,
E quitv. act for the sale of tim ber lands in the H .M itchell, a«guardian of the Equity,
eer and salesman from the Portland
\ States of California, Oregon, Nevada, person and estate of Dwight K.
We, th e undersigned persons, hereby E- 3.07 chains, N. 14’ W. 2.00 chains,E.
office of the OeDeral Electric Com
petition your Honorable Body and re- 2.30 chains, N. 5.00 chains, N 01V W. To The Coquille Coal and Lum ber Com and W ashington T erritory,’* Clarence Mitchell, a Minor. Defendants.
spectfully show the following:
I 4.00 chainB, 6 . 74’ W. 2.00 chains, N.77’ pany, a C orporation, th e above-named O.W aters, of McKinley, County of Coos, To Dwight K . Mitchell, H allet K. H .
pany made a special trip to Co-
M itchell, and H allet K. H . Mitchell,
State of Oregon, has this day filed in
W 2.00 chains, N 2” E 2.00 chains, N 67’
quille last week and spent several
In the Name of the S tate of Oregon; this office his sworn statem ent No. 7642, as guardian of the person and estate of
th e owners, and own and represent more ^ 5.80 chains, N 12“ E 2.00 chains, N 82’
days with Fruuk Morse, proprietor
Dwight K. Mitchell, a m inor, the sh o re
th an one third of the following de- i E 3.00 chains, N 42)s ° E 3.00chains, S 29’ you are hereby notified th a t you are re 6 E ^
and N E ^ 8 WW of Section
of the electric light plant The fu
scribed body or basin of land to w it:
| E 3.00 ciiains, 8 84V E 3.00 chains, N quired to appear and answ er the com No. 6 , in Township No. 28 South, Range named d efen d an ts:
In the nam e of th e 8 tate of Oregon;
ture improvement and development
Begin a t a point 2.00 chains south of 28’ W 4.00 ciiains, N 6.50 chains, N 76* W plaint filed against you in the above en No. 11 West, and will offer proof to
section corner between sections 1 , 3.00 ciiains. N 55’ W 4.00 chains, N 43 V titled suit within six weeks from the show th a t the land sought is more Yon, and each of you, are hereby noti
of the entire system was thoroughly
and 2, Tp 28, 8 of R 13 W of the W il- 1 W 6.00 chains, n 73 b ’ E 5.55 chains,N 3*4“ date of the first publication of this sum agricultural purposes, a n d to establish fied th a t yon are required to appear and
gone over by them and plans de
lam ette M eridian and run thence 8 79®
7 -30 chains, x 2’ W 3.00 ciiains, N 9’ E mons, to-w it: W ithin six weeks from his claim to said land before Jam es answer the com plsint filed against you
W 3.00 chains, N. 66 ’ W. 4.00 chains, N. 4.40ehains, n 79° \V 11.50 ciiains, it 55 V the 6 th day of M arch, 1907, the same W atson, County Clerk of Coos C ounty, in the above entitled euit w ithin aix
As a first step, an order was
57° W. 1.60 chains, W. 2.10 chains, N. VV 3.00 chains, x 2)4° VV 3.00 ciiains, N being the date of the first publication Oregon, and Clerk of County Court, a t weeks from the date of the first publica
his office a t Coquille C ity, Coos County,
3 6 V W . 6.30 chains, N. 33)4* W. 7.20 28)7° W 2.50 chains, 8 86 ° \\' 4.00 chains, of this summons.
placed with the General Electric
Oregon, on Thursday, the 11th day of tion of this summon«, to-w it: W ithin
And if you fail to appear and answer April. 1907.
six weeks from the Atli day of March,
VV 2.50chains. N. 43° E 2.00 chains,
Company for u 150 killowatt 3 phase
He names as witnesses:
Lee Mast 1907, the aame being the date of the Bret
6.40 chains, N 4 6 V W 8.76 chains, 8 74° 8 70° E 3.00 ciiains, x 8 ) 4 “ E 5.5 ciiains, N on or before the 17th day of April, 1907,
generator, to be delivered not later
W 9.30 chains, 8 2 5 V W. 4-50 chains, M V VV 4.00 chains, 8 17)4° W 1M the same being the last day of the time and W illiam Myers, of McKinley, Coos publication of this aumniens.
C »unty, Oregon; A rth u r Brown and
than October 1.
And if you fail to appear and answer
8 . 45° W. 3.64 chains, N. 45° W. 3.54 chains, W 1.00 chains, N 4)4° VV 3.50 prescribed in the order of publication, Henry Hervey, of ljte, Coos County,
on or before the 17th day of April, 1907,
weighs about 5 tons and will care
chains, N. 31° W. 4.00 chains. 8 . 7 7 V ciiains, n 30° E 3.50 ciiains, 8 76)4° VV the plaintiff will apply to the court for Oregon.
Any and all persons claim ing adverse the same being the last day of the tim e
W. 7.05 chains, W. 8.50 chains, 8 . 9.50 5.50 chains, 8 59)4’ VV 2.00 ciiains, N the relief dem anded in plaintiff’s com
for 5000 lights wired, and can algo
59 degrees w 2.00 chains, x 28° plaint, a succinct statem ent of which is ly the above-described lands art* re prescribed in the order of publication,
be used to furuish power. I t is of
quested to file their claims in this office the plaintiff w ill apply to tho court for
3.00 chains, 8 . 1.30 chains, W. 20.70 W 4.00 chains, N 54’ VV 2.50 chains, 8 71° as follows:
on or before said lltli lav of April, 1907.
the very latest improved design
1. T hat the whole of th e purchase,
chains. N. 45° W . 1.50 chains, N. 8.50 W 2.50 chains, x 6 V4‘° W 1.50 ciiains, VV
BENJAMIN L. EDDY, Register. the relief dem anded in her com plaint,
Further improvements will be made
a succinct statem ent nf which ie me fol
chains, N. 5° W. 6.00 chains, W. 1.00 1.00 chains, 8 26)4° VV 3.00 chains, S 61° to-w it: The sum of $700, specified in a
BE IT REMEMBERED, that nt a regu lows : That the certain deed of convey
as the business increases and de
chains, 8 , 41° W. 3.00 chain«, N. 71° W. W 5.00 ciiains, 8 24° VV 3.00 chains, 8 85° certain contract agreem ent heretofore
1.85 chain«, W 4.00 chain«, N. 6 7 V W. VV 3.00 ciiains, x 11)4° E 6.50chains, E made by and between plaintiff and de lar term of the County Court for Coos Coun ance in said com plaint set forth, made
3.50 chain«, 8 . 18° E. 3.40 chain«, 8 . 21° 1.50 ciiains, x 9-50 ciiains, x 70° VV 6.00 fendant herein, wherein plaintiff con ty, Oregon, held nt the Court Honse in and executed on the 30th day of .Septem
Coquille City in said county and state, com ber, J8H7, by one Frederick E lliott to
A new marble Bwitcb board with
E . 6.00 chain«, 8 . 20° W. 3.80 chainB, N. chains, 8 77)g° W 1.17 ciiains to the place tracted to sell to defendant the certain-
mencing Nov. 5th, 1906. Ht which were pres
one Lillian Mitchell, now deceased,
the most up to date equipment was
70° W. 1.50 chain«,N. 15° W. 2.50 chains,
ent Hon. JohnF . Hall, County Judge, Vf.
N. 7 2 V W. 2.10 chain«, N. 85° W. 2.50 N of the \ section corner on E boundary
put in this winter and a Tirrill au
W. Cage, Sheriff and James Watson, Coan- for th e north half of the north half
chains, N. 1.60 chains, N. 18° W. 7.00 of 8 ection 13, Tp. 28 8 R 13 VV and run of Coos Bay, Roseburg and E astern ty Clerk, when, nrnong others, the follow of the northw est q u a rte r of sec
tomatic voltage regulator was or
tion 13 in township 26 south of
thence 8 84° E 1.50 chains, 8 25° E 1.50 Railroad and Navigation Company, 941
Special services morning and chains, 8.76° W. 1.50 chains, S. 3 1 V W. chains, 811°E 1.60 ciiains, 8 21° VV 2.E0 feet south and 722 feet east of the corner ing proceedings were had to-wit:
dered at the same time but has not
5.70 chains, 8 . 2.20 chains, N, 71° W.
IN THE COUNTY COURT FOR THE range 13 west of the W illam ette m erid
arrived, yet, This regulator will main evening conducted by Pastor H. L. 5.20 chains, N. 71° W. 5.20 chains, N. chains, 8 33° VV 2.90 chains, S 79)4“ W 5.50 of sectins 2, 3, 34 and 35 on north boun STATE OF OREGON, IN AND FOR ian, in Coos County, State of Oregon, be
declared a tru st deed fnr the use and ben
tain a constant voltage thus permit Ford and wife. Subject for 11 a. m, 4 V W. 2.00 chains, N. 10° E. 2.00 chains, chains, 8 60° VV 5.50 chains, S 13° E 1.00 dary of township 28 south of range 13 THE COUNTY OF COOS.
ting the use of the highest efficien ‘‘The Inner Circle." |Seven thirty, N. 1 7 V E . 4.00 chains, N. 2° W . 3.30 chains, E 2.00 chains, 8 3.00 chains, N west of W illam ette m eridian, and run In the m atter of the Estate and Guardian efit of plaintiff, subject only to the lien
ning thence south 13 degrees east 119
«hip of Maud A. Harry, Edna Berl Harrv,
cy lamps and a new line of lamps a chart sermon, “The Five King chains. N. 6 ° E . 4.00 chains, N. 35° W. 48° VV 3.30 chains, 8 70° W 5.50 chains, 8 feet to right bank of Coquille riyer, JosephfLaneiHarry, NettiefflayHarry and of the indebtedness due from plaintiff
to said Lillian Mitchell, deceaeeil, and
6.00 chains, W. 2.00 chain«, N, 2&V W. 11“ VV 3.82 chains, VV 3.72 chains, n 60°
will be introduced as soon as the
Hubert Laland Harry.
for th e sole purpose of eecuring the pay
4.00 chain«, 8 , 58° W. 1.50 chains,S .22V W 3.00 chains, X 60’ E 3.00 chains, x 3.00 thence up stream along said bank north
It appearing to the Court from the peti
supply can be obtained from the
Millinery opening at the White E. 3.00 chains, 8 . 1 2 V E . 6.00 chains, chains, N 55° w 5.00 ciiains, w 1.50 56 % degrees east 150 feet, thence north tion of G. W. Harry, the duly appointed, m ent of laid indebtedness; th a t said
House Tuesday, March 26. All wel 8 . 11 degrees w 4.00 chains, 8 chains, S 50° w 2.00 chains, S 42)4° VV 24 degrees west to the south line of said qualified and acting guardian of the per tru st be declared term inated and the
2° E. 2.50 chains, 8 . 10° W. 3.50 chains. 3.50 chains, 8 45° E 1.00 chains, 8 42)4° railroad right of way. thence westerly sons and estates of the above entitled mi said real property be decreed free and
The new lamp will give 20 candle come to come, to look, to buy.
W 2.50 chains, S. 53° W 4.00 ciiains, x 45° along said right of way to the place of
clear from the lion of said indebtedness;
Judge Hall held court in town 8 . 3 3 V E . 6.30 chains, 8 . 53° E . 3.60 W 1.00 chains, 8. 19° w 6.00 chains, w beginning,containing .23 of an acre more nors, Maud A. Harry, Edna Berl Harry.
power on a consumption of 50 watts
chains, 8 . 36° E . 4.00 chains, S. 21° E.
Joseph Lane Harry, Nettie May Harry and th a t the said real property be decreed
at 110 volts, or 16 candle power at
2.40 chains, 8 . 10° W. 2.10 chains, 8 . 58° 2.00chain8, x 12° E 11.00 chains, x 20° E or less, including plaintiff’s right to Hubert Leland Harry, minors, praying for to be the property of plaintiff and tiiat
106 volts. The lights will be fur- ences between J. P. Messer as plain W. 1.50 chains, N. 33° W. 2.40 chains,N. 9.50 chains, x 23° s 3.50 chains, x 28)4° m aintain a boom in front of said de an order of sale of certain real estate be such decree have the force and effect of
to said minors, described as fol a deed of conveyance therefor and th a t
nished at the same price per month tiff and W. T. Dement in regard to 1 2 V W. 1.30 chains, N. 64° VV. 1.80 E 3.75 chains, x 38)4° E 10.10 chains, 8 scribed land, and situated in Coos Coun longing
ty. Oregon, together with interest on lows, to wit:
■ueli decree be recorded in like m anner
so that the consumer will get 25 per
E.K of 8 . E. X of 8 . 28, Tp 27, 8 . of R. 12 and with like effect as o th er deeds of
VV. 11.40 chains, 8 . 65° W. 2.60 ciiains, X 3.00 chains, x 60° k 3.00 chians, x 2.50 said $700 a t the rate of 6 per cent per an
cent more light at the same price, The decision was for the plaintiff. 8 . 10° VV. 3.30 chains, 8 . 2.50 chains, 8 . chains, n 81® e 3.00 chains, 8 73)4° E num from the 1st day of Septem ber, W. of the W. M. in Coos county, Oregon, conveyance of real p ro p erty ; and for
containing 80 acres.
with a saving in current of 13 per
Oyster shells and g r it for 32° W. 4.00 chains, 8 . 59° W. 2.20chains, 3.00 chains, x 13® k 1.00 chains, 8 59° 1906, is due, unpaid and delinquent, And lots 8 , 4, 5 A 6 , in block 8 , in North such other and further raliei in the
cent as the 16 candle power lamps chickens at O. Wilson à C o’s.
8 . 13° W. 3.80 chains, 8 . 20° E, 2.20 E 2.50chains, m 2.50 chains, 8 50® E 2.00
Addition to the town ef Coquille City, in premises ae th e court m ay deem meet
2. T hat said sum of $700, together
a t present in use take 56 watte
E. Arneson, of Myrtle Point, was chain», 8 . 40° W. 1.20 chains, 8 . 24° E chains, 8 5)4® w 3.00 chains, S 13® k w ith interest thereon a t the ra te of Coos county, Oregon, and alleging that it
Service of this sum m ons is m ade by
whiob will be decidedly an advan in town Monday, and informs ua 3.00 chains, 8 . 17° VV. 2.60 chains, 8 . 51° . 40 chains, S 31)4° E 2-00 chains, 8 40® e 6 per cent per annum from the 1 st day would be beneficial to the said wards that
such real estate be sold.
publication in pursuance of an .order
E . 1.40 chains, 8 . 18° E . 3.00 chains, 8 . 3.00 chains, x 2.00chains, E2.00 chains,
tage to meter customers, and to the that he will sell out at public auc 24° E. 4.50 chains, 8 . 2%' W. 2.40chains, 8 2.00 chains, E 1.00
It is hereby ordered that the next of kin macks by John F . Hall, as C ounty Judge
chains, of Septem ber, 1906, be paid to the
plant in the case of short rates,
tion on April 2nd, his household 8 . 31° E. 3.83 chains, 8 . 5 4 V E. 7.50 8 32® w 3.50chains, 8 32° E 3.50 chains, clerk of this court for the plaintiff here of said wards, and all persons interested of Coos County, Oregon, dated th e 4th
line of ''meridian” lamps will also goods some dairy cows and farm chains, 8 . 18° E . 3.00 chains, 8 . 14° VV. to the place of beginning, and contain in w ithin ten days from the tim e of the in said estate, appenr before this Court, at day of March,1907,directing th a t service
the court*room thereof, in the oonrthouse,
be put on which gives 25 candle implements, etc., and will engage 2.50 chains, 8 . 3 1 V W. 5.00 chains, S. ing 2239.98 acres of land, more or less. entering of the decree herein, or w ithin in the town of Coquille City, in Coos county, thereof be made by publication thereof
2 5 V W. 2.50 chains, 8 . 32° VV. 3.50
Oregon, on Monday, the 1st day of April, in the Coqatlle H bbald , a weekly news
power with 50 watts and 50 candle in thelumbe ring business.
That said lands are all situated in Coos seem reasonable; and th a t in said event 1907, then and there to show cause why an paper, published in the City of Coquille,
chains, 8 . 38° VV. 3.50 chains, 8 . 34’ W.
power with 100 watts; but must be
County, Oregon, and are susceptible of one plaintiff shall deliver to the clerk of order should not be granted for the sale of in said Cooa County, Oregon, once a
A swell line of Easter novelties 5l00 chains, S. 1 7 V W. 2.00 chains, 8 . 8 ’ mode of drainage.
used with a special shade.
this court for the defendant herein the said real estate.
week for a period of six weeks.
VV. 3.00 chains, 8 . 7 3 V E. 2.00 chains,
also Easter post cards at Mrs. Nos
deed heretofore placed in escrow by
And it is further ordered, that a copy of
S. 4* VV. 6.50 chains, 8 . 50° W. 4.00
J . J . HTANLEY,
These improvements will put our er’s.
That we desire to adopt uieasnres to plaintiff for said defendant, or another this order be published at least three suc
chains, 8 . 45’ W. 3.50 chains, N. 7 V E. drain the same; that the number of acres in
Attorney for Plaintiff.
electric service on a par with the
Our former townsman, J. S. Hen- 1.50 chains, N 87 degrees E 2.00 said proposed drainage distriot is 2239.98 good and sufticent deed of conveyance cessive weeks before SAid hearing of said
best of them and in advance of any
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
chains, 8 . 48)4’ E. 5.00 chains, S. aores; that said proposed drainage district of said premises from plaintiff to defend petition in the Coquille H bbald , a news
paper printed at Coquille City, in Coos
not similarly equipped, as the lar ny, arrived from Portland by the 59’ E. 2.80 chains, N. 32° E. 5.00 chains, oontains 38 separate, tracts, and the number an t.
Notice i> hereby given that the under
3. T h at in case of default in the pay
gest and most expensive plants use
signed has filed his final report in the
N. 6 V E . 2.00 chains, N. 16’ E. 7.00 of acres in each tract and the owners
days with us renewing old acquain chains, N. 7° E 3.00 chains, N. 8 1 V E. thereof are as follows:
m ent of said am ount due as aforesaid
County Judge of Coos County, Oregon. matter of the administration of the estate
of E. H. Beyers, deoeased, and that the
tance. Mrs. Henry and the girls 2.00 chains, 8 . 62)4° E. 2.00 chains, 8 . Maggie Nedeau, .92 aores, J.W . Lawrence w ithin the tim e specified in such de Statf» of Oregon, )
Connty Conrt has appointed Monday, the
—3.18 acres, C. A. Everden—8.3 acres, T. A. cree, th en and in th a t case th e defend County of Coos, >
The Steamer Kilburn which nr
Everden—9.64 acres, Alfred Flanders—13.56 a n t herein, and any and all persons
I, James Watson, County Clerk and ex- first day of April, 1907, as the day for hear
ciiains, N. 50° E . 3.00 chains, S. 83° E.
rived at the bay Saturday brought Portland holding a good position.
acres, H. N. Tyrrell—12.78 acres, C. A.Webb claiming by, through or under it, be officio clerk of the oonnty court for Coos ing objections to said final report and the
1.00 chains, S. 66 ° E . 3.00 chains, S. 27’
Land & Lyons has just received E . 1.50 chains, 8 . 50° E . 1.00 chains, 8 , —23.84 acres, R. 8 . Know!ton —16.02 acres, strictly foreclosed and barred of any and connty, Oregon, hereby certitfv that I have settlement of said estate. Dated this 20th
all the passengers she was allowed
day of February, 1907.
John Hartley—4.51 acres. Z- Buss & Sons —
all equity of redem ption, rig h t or in compared the foregoing copy with the orig
to carry, and was, we are told, oblig.
7S 2 E. 1.40 chains, 8 . 54’ E . 3.00 chains
J. P, BEYERS,
and are now prepared to fill aDy 8 . 45’ E. 1.00 chains, S. 45° VV- 1.50 1031.63 acres, Geo. Robinson—10.57 acres, terest, a t law or in equity, in and to said inal record of my office; that the same is a Administrator of the Estate
of E. H. Bey.
ed to leave about 200 in Portland sized order.
C. K. Gabeler—76,60 acres, H. M. Tuttle—
.correct transcript therefrom, and of the
ciiains, 8.13)4’ VV 3.00 chains, S. 74 ) 4 ’ E 3.15 acres, H. G. Hathaway—52.70 acres, real property and every p a rt and par whole of such order.
for whom she had no room. There
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Messer and 2.50 chains, N. 43’ E. 90 chains, 8 . 59)4’ Erminia Disher—17.17 acres, Nelson cel thereof.
is nn unprecedented influx of home
K err has a full and complete
E . 2.00 chains, N. 85’ E. 2.00 chains, Laramey—51.88 acres, Geo. Conger— 4. T hat plaintiff have judgm ent my hand and affixed the seal of said oounty
seekers arriving in Oregon at this their son-in-law, M. O. Hawkins, S. 6 9 V E . 4.00 chains, N. 87’ E. 8.25 47.74 acres, Samuel Olsen— 24.16 acres. R against the defendant for his costs and court this 20th day of February, 1907.
stock of groceries and ia looking
every day for the beat selection of
time, and from present indications
chains, S. 85’ E. 9.20 chains. 8 . 5 0 V E O. Dickson and W. F. Diokson—1£4.50, B. disbursem ents in th is suit.
F. Smith, John Smith. Harvey Smith, Al
fall and winter clothiog ever.
Coos county is going to get at least as mentioned in the last issue, Mrs. 8.80 chains, N. 4 9 V E , 2.00 chains, N, fred Smith and Mabel Humphrey, being 5. For such other and further relief
as to the court shall seem m eet and
some of them, if not her full share, Hawkins having preceeded them to 37° VV. 5.50 chains, N. 68 ° E . 6.25 chains heirs at law of Samuel Smith, deceased— equitable.
8 . 82)4’ E. 2.00 chains, S. 18)4° E. 3.00
All persons who have properties to California whenre she is visiting,and chains, N. 67)4’ E. 8.00 chains, S. 82)4’ 19.30 acres. William Norris—46.02 aores,
Service of this sum m ons is made by ABSTRACTS
Thos. Anderson—23.78 acres, Janey Laird publication
in pursuance of an order
rent should at once put them in as
E . 5.00 chains, 8 . 60’ E. 4.00 chains, S. — 21.11 acres, A. F, Ming—53.02 acres, A. J. made by John F. Hall, as County Judge
inviting conditions as possible, as ceeding on their
11V E. 4.50 chains. E. 4.00 clisins, N Sherwood—34.18 acres, T. A. Willard—4.30 of Coos County, Oregon, dated the 4th
— — •»«► —
4.00 chains, N. 13° E. 2.00 ciiains. N acres, Edward Johnson—43.H acres, J. L. day of March, 1907, directing th a t serv
there is now a great demand for
W a te r is R eceding
6 2 V E. 3.00chains, 8.70’ E. 1.50 chains Roy 3t.68 acres, B. F. Collier—19 l M acres, ice thereof be made by publication there
residences, and will doubtless be an
ChariesSelf, Arthur Self, and Kn-nia Self, of in the Coquille H erald , a] weekly
Pittsburg, March 16.—With the 8 . 17° E. 1.50 chains, 8 . 72’ E. 1.00 heirs of G. B. Self, deoeased—36.28 acres. new spaper published a t the City of Co
increased deinnud in the near future
chains, 8 . 46)4° E , 1.50 chains, 8 . 27’ E.
quille, n said Coos County, Oregon,
It is simply a shame to have stran rapidly receding waters of the Mon- 3.50 ciiains, 8. 13’ E. 1.50 chains, 8 . 45 J. W. Mast—57.84 acres, Eii/.abetli Gilman once a week for a period of six weeks.
gers come in and find »• place in gahela, Allegany aud Ohio rivers, VV. 1.50 chains. 8 . 40° E . 4.50 chains, 8 . Leneye—.99 of an acre, J. P. Johnson—
J . J. STANLEY,
Marshfield and Coquille, Oreqon.
A ttorney for Plaintiff.
which to shelter themselves, or, if conditions are becoming normal. 74)4° E. 2.00 ciiains, S. 65° E. 3.00 ciiains, 22.03 acres, C. D. Banning—18.25 acres. Win.
they do find an empty house, it be At 9 o’clock tonight the river had 8 . 12° E. 5.00 chains, 8 . 65” E, 4.00 Clark—80 acres. Unknown—40 acres.
We have completed a thorough, up-to-date
in no fit condition for occupancy fallen almost eight feet. Ten ciiains, 8 . 42° E . 12.00 chains, E. 4.00 That C. R. Gabelei, Win. hues and Ed
chains, 8 . 32” E. 4.00 ciiains, 8 . 25° E. ward Johnson, are three persons and three
There is no question but there is an square miles are inundated. The 5.00 chains, 8.27° E . 3.50 chains, 8 . 72 V petitioners who desire to serve as trustees IN T H E CIRCU IT COURT OF T H E
STATE OF OREGON IN AND FOR
excellent opening for profitable loss is summarized as follows E. 1.50 ciiains, 8 . 15° E. 7.00 chains, 8 , for the first year from the date of the for TH E COUNTY OF COOS.
We are now ready to furnish correct ABSTRACTS at short
14° VV. 4.80chains, 8 . 9 ) 4 ° E . 2.50 chains,
investment here in the way of con
J. H. H arbison, Plaintiff,
and orders will receive careful and prompt attention.
sructing houses for renting purposes 000; loss in output of other indue S. 5.00 chains, 8 . 25° VV. 1.50 ciiains, 8. Kistner, its at torney in fact.
Jessie 1. . Harbison, Defendant.
tries, $2,000,000; losses in wages of
Marshfield office adjoins Flanagan & Bennett Bank
Dickson A Diokson, by VV. L. Kistner, their
8 . 4 3 V E 20.00 chains, 8 . 23° W 11.00
T alk s of W a r W ith J a p s
employes, $1, 837,000; damage to in chains, 8 . 70)4° W. 9.00 chains, S. 31° E. attorney in fact.
To .lesair. L. Harbiaon, the above
Coquille Post Office.
Andrew Ming, by W. L. Kistner, his agent.
dustrial plants, $3,500,000. Vari 6.00 chains, 8 . 45° E 6 ciiains, S. 26’ E.
MARSHFIELD PHONE, 143.
C. 1!. Gabeler
In the name of th e State of Oregon:
lierlin, March 15.—Captain Ig ous other estimates are made, rang 1.50 chains, 8 .37)4° E, 8.00 chains, E. H.
COQUILLE PHONE, 191.
A. J. Sherwood
W. F. Disher
You are hereby notified th a t you are re
nace Rodio, of the general staff of ing from $10,000,000 to $20,000.000. 6.50 chains, 8 46> 4 ° E 5.50 chains,8 2 5 V S. M. Olsen
expense when ordering ABSTRACTS.
quired to appear and answer the com
E. 6 00 chains, 8 . 2 ) 4 ° VV. 4 50 chains, C.
the Austro-Hungarian army, pub
8 .3 6 V E. 2 50 chains, N. 78° E. 5 00 James W. Must
J. W. Laird
lished a pamphlet entitled, “The
P. W. Laird
titled suit within six weeks from the C/3 J. S . B arton, A b s tra c to r.
H en ry S e n g sta c k sn , M anager.
chains, N. 10° W 650 chains, N. 85’ E J. P. Johnson,
by D. H. Johnson H. N. Tyrrell
Last night at the residence of 2.00 chains, E. 1.80 chains, 8. 30° E.
Prospects of the Future Ameridan
date of the first publication of this sum
John T. Hartley
mons, to-w it: w itidn six weeks from the
B. F. Collier
Japanese W ar.” After discussing D W. Thurston of the Baptist 8.00 chains, E. 5.00 chains, N. 15° E. William Norris
6 th day of March, 1907, the same being
the armies and navieB and theatres church Edward G. Lawrence and 5.00 chains, N. 1.00 chains. N. 62° VV. State of Oregon, >
‘the date of the first publication of this
of war, he concludes by saying that Edna Stella Robinson wore married 2.00 chains, N. 11° E. 5.00chains, N. 85)4° County of Coos. ( SlS
sum m ons.
the unprotected Pacifio coast of the in the presence of several of their
And if you fail to appear and answer
45° VV 2.00 chains, N 20 V E 4.00chains, depose nnd say that I am the attorney in
United States offers
excellent friends. Mrs. Lawrence is the N. 15° W. 1.50 chains, N. 2° W . 1:80 faotof Z. Hass A Sons Company, h corpo on or liefore the 17th day of April, 1907
chances for success of the Japanese. daughter of Mr. Robinson of Alle chains, N. 27’ E. 3.50 chains, N. 90° E. ration, one of the petitioners in the forego the same being the last day of the tim e
ing petition, asking the County Court for prescribed in th e order of publication,
He declares Japan is working fever gany. Mr. Lawrenoe is employed 3.00 chains, N. 1 7 V E . 10.00 chains. N. Coos
Connty, Oregon, to form a Drainage the plaintiff will apply to th e court for
ishly to complete her military aud
District in what is known as the Fat Elk the relief dem anded in his com plaint, a
When you buy Jewelry you need
basin in Coos County, Oregon; that acting
naval equipments, adding that dur Bay Times.
*5’ E. 2 00 chains, N. 62° E. 1.00 chains, ns such attorney in fnct I signed the fore succinct statem ent of which is as fol
confidence that you are not
The groom mentioned in the
ing the last few months fifty *hou-
N. 72° E. 3.00 chains, N. 63 V E. 2.00 going petition for and on behalf of said Z.
T hat the m arriage contract heretofore
an inferior article at the
sand men were at work night and
chains, N. 59* E . 2.50 chains, N. 65° E. Buss A Sons Company; that I hare read existing betwen plaintiff and defendant
am acquainted with the contents of herein be annulled, set aside and held
price charded for first-class goods.
day in the arsenal turning out small people, Mr. and Mrs. J S. Law 3.00 chains, 8 . 74° E. 4.50 chains, and
the foregoing petition, and tho same is true lor n au g h t; th a t the plaintiff lie g ra n t
W e make a rule to always represent
arms, and stating that the cartridge rence, and while we are not ac 8 70° E. 2.00 chain«, 8 . 4 6 V a« I verily believe.
ed the care and custody of the three
W. L KISTNER,
E 2.<K) chains, 8 . 43° E. .95 chains,
manufactories of Tokio, wherein all quainted with the bride neverthe 8 - 20’ VV. 2.00 chains, 8 . 57’ VV. 5.50 Subscribed and sworn to before me this m inor children, to-w it: C lara H arbison,
goods as they really are, and
Ivan Harbison, and Dorea Harbison;
twenty thousand men are employed, less we wish the young eouple long, chains, 8 . 45* VV. 1.50 chains, E. 1.98 4th day of March. 1907.
th a t th e defendant l>e gianted the care
charge a price as low as consistent
O. C. SANFORD,
and custody of the three m inor chil
have turned out daily 500 rifles. happy and prosperous together.
chains, N. 62° E. 6.00 chains, N. 18’ E.
need have no fear but that you
Notary Public for Oregon. dren, to-w it: Ltiln Harbison. Maggie
3.00 ciiains, N. 45’ VV. 1.50 chains, N.20*
Captain Rodio also asserts that the
H arbison, and Annie H arbison, until
A uction Salo
full value for your
VV. 1.36 chain«, N. 58’ W. 2.00 chain«,
the fu rth er order of this court; for snsh
projectile works at Tokio make six
o ther and further relief in th e premises
68 V W. 2.70 chains, 8 . 8 1 V W. 5.30
At Coquill«, Oregon Saturday,
hundred shells for the artillery.
as the court may drem m eet and equi
chain«, 8 . 68 ° VV. 6.00 chain«, 8 . 7 2 V
W e are now showing a larger and
In order to make VV. 5.00 chain«, 8 . 87’ VV. 2.40 chains,
Ladies, do you do eyelet embroi room for my new stork I will sell N. 86 ’ VV. 2.20 chains, 8 . 7 S V VV. 7.00
Service of th is sum m ons ia m ade by
assortment than ever.
publication in pursuance of an order
dery? If not, call at the White regardless of coat $1000 urth of chains. 8 . 46° VV. 4.00 chains. VV. 6.00
m ade by John r. Hall, as Connty Judge
kinds of Repair work neatly
House and fry a piece and be goods clothing, 'shoes, i r i r t u r A chain#, N. MW* K. 11.80 chains, E. 6.72
of Coos County, Oregon, dated March (
KNIVES AND SCISSORS
taught free of charge.
You can have your name and ad I lie m ade hv publication thereof in the
frames, notions, etc. This is a bona-
. , ,
K. 6.50 chains, N. 45 E. 2.00 chains. N. dress or nny p ic tu re or Lodge em Coqnille HrnAi.n. a new spaper publish
Dr. Tatom, the dentist, will close fled clearance sale and commencee 61y E. 5.50chains, N. 5° I . 2.20 chains,
ed at the City of Coqnille, in said Coos
his office on the last of Aprail and a t 10 a. ra., sharp also at 7 p . m . 1 N. 62“ E. 3.00 chains, N. 29’ E. 10.14 blem you wish on any koife you ' Countv, once a week for a;period of six
will visit the Umpqua and Siualaw. If y o u want bargains come along, chains, E. 2.95 ciiains, N. 60° E. 8.00 purchase. Call on C- 'V . G il m a n weesk’
J . J . STANLEY,
lie will te sway about six weeks.
J. B. Fox, Auctioneer. f . i , D u \ i . lcl" iM ' & L 00 chain«, N. 4.50 chains, ocalL Agent.
A b stra c t
Confidence in the Jeweler
van c m co.
E. C BARKER & CO.
Attorney for Plaintiff. •