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SH ERIFF’ S
REAL NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PRO P
N otice is hereby given that by an or
Notice ¡8 hereby given, that by vir
tue of an execution and order of aale der of the County Court of Cooe County,
D F. D E A N ,
P R O P R IE T O R duly ¡veiled out of the Circuit Court of State of Oregon, made and entered on
the State ol Oregon, for the County of the 8th day of September, A. D. 1909,
County Official Paner. Cooe, and to me directed on the lltli authorizing and eni|>owering the Ad
day of October, 1009, upon a judgment ministrator, John T. Long, of the Es
P U B L IS H E D E V E R Y WEDNESDAY.
and decree duly rendered, entered of tate of Alfred N. Ogle, deceased, to Bel!
record and docketed in and by laid at private sale, the hereinafter deecrib-
Dovoted to t b e m ater ial aud social np
* Iding o f the Coquille Valley partionlarly Court on Jtlie lllth day of September, ed real property belonging to the Ea-
1 1 o f Coos Comity generally •
1909, in a certain suit then in said tale of Alfred N. Ogle, deceased, for the 1
□ bsoriptiou, y e ry e a r. in advanSe, 1.50 Court pending, wherein Mamie Mein- j payment of the claims against the es-
tire Martin was plaintiff and L. J. Simp tate and charges and expenses of ad
Phone, Main 55.
son and Cassie H. Simpson were defend ministration.
Now, therefore, in pursuance of said
ants, in favor of plaintiff and against
said defendants liy which execution 1 order, I, John T. Long, as Administra
A b o u t Our R ailroads.
am commanded to sell the property in tor of said estate, will on and after the
New York, Oct. 21.— Robert S. said execution and hereinafter described 14th day of October, A. I). 1909. offer for
sale and sell at private sale for cash;
Lovett was elected president of the to pay the sum due the plaintiff of
$9437.50 with interest thereon at the ten per cent, of the purchase price must
Union Pacific railroad to succeed rate of 8 per cent, per annum from the be paid at the time of sale, and the bal
Or STUTTSMAN & CO., Phone IA/ain 591
the late E. H. Harritnan, at a meet first day of February, 1908, until paid, ance at the time of confirmation of sale,
ing of the board of directors today. together with an attorney fee of $350.00. all the following described real property
E Q U IP P E D W IT H W IR e L e S.
The executive committee was re with the costs and disbursements of belonging to the estate of Alfred N. Ogle,
elected with Judge Lovett as chair
The North East (N. E.) quarter (>£)
expenses of said execution. I will
man, to which piace he wns elected Saturday, the 20th day of November, of Section Thirty-two (32), in Township
aa Mr. Harriman's successor a few 1909, at the hour of 10 o ’clock A. M. of Twenty-five (25), Soutli of Range Ten
said day at the front door of the Conn (10), West of the Willamette Meridian,
Capt. E. D. Parsons
The other members of the exocu- ty Court House, in the city of Coquille in Coos County, Oregon, containing One
Hundred and Sixty (160) Acres, more
livo committee aie: Henry C. Frick, Coos Connty. Oregon, sell at publicauc
tion to the highest bidder for cash in or less.
Marvin Hugitt, Frank A. Vanderlip,
All persons desiring to purchase said
band on the day of sale, all the right
William Rockefeller and Jacob H. title, interest and eBtate which said de real property are hereby requested to
Sails from Portland Saturdays at 8 y m.
fendants L J. Simpson and Cassie H call on the Administrator of said estate,
A. L. Mohler, J. C. Stubbs, Julius
Sails from Coos Bay Tuesdays at service of tide.
lvruttschnitt and William Mahl der them subsequent to the plaintiff direct ail communications to the Ad
mortgage in, of and to said property ministrator at Roseburg, Oregon, on
were appointed vice-presidents.
TH0S. B. JAMES, Agt
said premises hereinbefore mentioned and after the 14th day of October, 1909. GEO. MOULTON, Agt.
Messrs. Stubbs. Kruttschnitt and are described in said execution as iol
Dated at Roseburg, Oregon, this 8th
Mahl were elected vice-president of lows, to-w it: The Southwest quarter of day of September, A. D. 1909.
JOHN T. LONG,
the Oregon Short Line Railroad the Southeast quarter and lot Four of
Company, which is a subordinate section Thirty-six, and Tide lands front Administrator of the Estate of Alfred
N. Ogle, deceased.
ing and abutting upon said lot Four, all
company of the Union Pacific, in
ill township twenty-five South, of range
addition to William H. Bancroft, fourleen west of the Willamette Merid NOTICE OF SALE OF TIDE LANDS
Notice is hereby given that the State
who was re-elected to the same ian.
Land Board of the State of Oregon, will
office. All four are made members
Keeps in stock a complete line of Rough and
to the highest bidder, at its office in
Said sale being made subject to re
Capitol Building at Salem. Oregon,
of the executive committee of the demption in the manner provided by the
on December 14, 1909, at 10:00 o ’clock
Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Rustic, Ceiling,
Oregon Short Line Railroad Com law.
A. M. of said day, all the State's inter
Dated this 18th day of October, 1909 est in the tide and ov- --.„w lands here
inafter described, giving, however, to
W . W . GAGE
Tbe annual report of tbe Union
Sheriff of Coos County, Oregon.
ting or fronting on such tide and over
Pacific Railroad Company for the
By C. A . Gage, Deputy.
flow lands, the preference right to pur
Our Dry Sheds are roomy and are filled with
year ended June 30 last shows:
chase said tide ami overflow lands at the
Gross revenue from transporta SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL er is made in good faitli; and also pro
the most complete stock of Finishing Lumber
tion operations $78,750,961, an in
viding that the lam) will not lie sold nor
in the Coquille Valley.
any offer therefor accepted for less than
crease of $2,711.235; net revenue
Notice is hereby given, that bv vir $5.00 per acre, the board reserving the
from transportation after payment tue of an execution and order of sale right to reject any and all bids.
Said lands are situated in Cooe county,
Estimates gladly furnished,
of operating expenses and taxes, duly issued out of the Circuit Court of
Prices as low as
Oregon, and described as follows.
$38,234,814, an increase of $3,623,- the State of Oregon, for the County of
Beginning at a point on the meander
Cooe, ami to me directed on the 13th day line of the Coquille River at the north
113; income other than from trans of October, 1909, upon a judgment and west corner of lot 6, which said point is
portation operations, including in decree duly rendered entered of record 1320 leet east and 1965 feet north from
terest on bonds and stocks owned, and docketed in and by said Court on corners sections 17, 18, 19 and 20, run
ning thence along meander line as fol
$17,736,393, an increase of $1,716,- the 29th day of September, 1909, in
lows, to w it:
certain suit then in said Court pending,
South 84 degrees east 130 feet. Soutli
wherein Annie M. Stewart was plaintiff 74 degrees, 45 minutes east, 492 feet.
After payment of the dividends and William M. Carver and Lydia Car North 96 feet to low water line. North
of 4 per cent on tbe preferred stock, ver were defendants, in favor of plaintiff
low water line. North 73 degrees ten
and 10 per cent on the common and against said defendants, by which minutes west 232 feet. North 80 de
west 137 feet. South 100 feet to
stock, the total surplus from trans execution I am commanded to sell the
dace of beginning, containing 1.31 acres,
portation operations and from other
leing tide land fronting on west half of
after described to pay the sum due the
incomes for the year was $17,939,- plaintiff of $1000.00, with interest at lot 6, section 17, tp. 28 soutli, range 14
west of W. M.
250, an increase of $5,749,498.
Applications and bids should be ad- are distinctly Edison Phonograph evenings. Nobody wants to do any
the rate of ten per cent, per annum
The report sets forth that since from the 18th day of March, 1908, tin lressed to G. G. Brown, Clerk State thing but listen. Here is an idea—a new one.
[.and Board, Salem, Oregon, and
the close of the fiscal year the re til paid,an attorney fee of $100.00 togeth marked “ application and bid to pur Get an Edison Phonograph. If you already have one, tnen you should
have some of the latest records.
maining shares of Great Noi them
G. G. B r o w s ,
said suit taxed at $11.80 and costs and
We now have the complete book of Edison records in stock.
Iron Ore properties have been sold,
expenses of said execution. I will on
Dated this Sept. 28, 1909.
If pou haveut the four minute ottachment for playing the uew four
and $2,933,334 realized from the Saturday, the 20th day of November,
minute records, come in und see them, and hear the records.
sale. With the exception of 7249 1909, at the hour of 10 o ’ clock A. M. ol
shares (par value $100 each of said day, at the front door of the Coun
Catalogues of machines and lecords will be sent on application free of
Company ty Court House in the City of Coquille,
Coos Connty, Oregon, sell at public
"stubs”) the company has sold all
auction to the highest bidder for cash
the stock of the Northern Securities in hand on the day of sale all the right,
Company, of the Great Northern title, interest and estate which said de
Rnilwny Company, and of tbe fendants William M. Carver and Lydia
Northern Pacific Railway Company, Carver, and all persons claiming under
them subsequent to the lien of Plain
received in tbo distribution of the
tiff in, of and to said property, said
assets of the Northern Securities premises hereinbefore mentioned are
Company, and the stock subse described in said execution as follows
quently acquired by subscription to-w it: Lot eight of block twenty-
Did you stop to consider that a building made
The sum realized from three, in Browns addition to the town
II OU out of cement blocks is almost indestructable
of Myrtle Point, in Cooe County, State
these sales amounted to $147,377,-
Said sale being made subject to re
Did you stop to consider that the first cost is almost the
There was appropriated during demption in the manner provided by
OREGON SHORT LINE
the year for additions, betterments law.
you stop to consider that sand and gravel, washed and
equipments, terminal properties and
W . W. GAGE.
RAILROAD & NAVIGATION 00. cleaned by the ocean, together with proper proportion of
for the construction or acquisition
Sheriff of Coos County, Oregon.
Portland cement, makes the finest blocks and bricks in the
of new lines, the sum of $48,178,881.
By C. A. Gage, Deputy,
THE BEST COAL
IN COOS COUNTY
$5 Per Ton
Leave Orders With
Portland and Coos Bay S. S. Line
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Sails From Ainsworth Dock,
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That furnished by
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The rates place it within reach o f all
FRANK MORSE, Prop, COQUILLE, ORE.
S M A G A Z IN E
Yard and Office, Froqt St. near Depot.
And Porch-Weather Evenings
R a t e s
O re g o n
Tbe expenditures for account of
these improvements amounted to
$22,637,380, leaving $25,641,501
unexpected, which amount has been
brought over into the current fiscal
The annual report shows that
during the year the Union Pacific
sold Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
common stock amounting to $4,612,-
500 par value; all of its Great
Northern stock, par value, $3,578,-
600, and all its Northern Pacific,
par value, $1,914,400.
pany acquired 23,769 shares of
Illinois Central during the year.
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Government of Canada, Ottawa,
under the Volunteer Bounty Act,
1908. Good for 320 acres of any
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Any person over tlie age of 18
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NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice is hereby given that tlie under*
signed, administrator of the Estate of
Win n if red Gaffey, deceased, did upon
the 15th day of October, A. I). 1909, tile
his final report and account in the mat
ter of said estate, and that the judge of
the County Court of Coos County, Ore
gon, has named Thursday, the 18th day
of November, A. I>. 1909 as the day, and
the Court House at Coquille, Coos Coun
ty, Oregon, as the place for hearing ob
jections to said final account and for
the settlement of said estate.
Dated this 20th day of October, A. D.
J. R. McGee, Administrator.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
YOU CAN PREPAY FARES
Notice is hereby given that R. S.
Knowlton has ln*en appointed adminis
trator of the estate of W. L. Havter,
deceased, and that all persons having
claims against said estate art» required
to present the same duly verified to the
undersigned at his store at Coquille
City, Coos County, Oregon, together
with the proper vouchers therefor,
within six months from the date of this
Dated this 4th dav of September, A.
R. S. K now lton , Administrator.
for anyone from any place if you want
to. I)*'posit the necessary amount with
our local agent ami lie will telegraph
General Passenger Agent
The Oregon Railroad A Navigation Co.
outliern Pacific Co. (Lines in Oregon.)
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
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Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has l>een duly appointed admin-
fl^ T T h e New and Speedy,
strator of the estate of Elizabeth |
Pomeroy, deceased; and all persons
having claims against the said estate
are required to present the same, with
Capt. Olsan. Master
the proper vouchers, within six months
Will make regular trips between
from the date of this notice, to the f
undersigned at the office of J. J. Stanley,
in the City of Coquille, in the County i C o q u ille River an.J San
of Cooe and State of Oregon.
F ra n c isco .
listed this 27th day of October, 1909.
N o S top -over at W a y Porta
H. N. LORENZ,
Administrator of the Estate of Electric Lights. Everything in First
Class " Stjrl la.
Elizabeth Tomeroy, Deceased,
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