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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1909)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
D F. D E A N ,
G. E. Erdman,
Margaret Krdman, |
To Margaret Erdman, the above named
PUBLISHED EVEKT WEDNESDAY.
D e v o te d t o . b » r o . U n . l o b d o o ^ . l o g IN THE NAME OF TH E STATE OF
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed against
yon in the above entitled suit within ten
Phone, M»in im
(10) day* from the date of the service of
thia summons upon you if aarved with*
p o r t Orlord T r ib u n •-
in this County, or within twenty (20)
days it served within any other County
George Colvin arrived itk' Ui»w» itbin the SU teof Oregon, b u tif served
liy M o n d a y ’ 9 stage, and lo ca l ■$* » by
p o M io im n , then
» on » or »»fore
— •*»» the
traction induced him to lay o v e r * I hut day of the time preacribi d in the
order for the publication of thia sum-
d t y b e fp ri resurtTing b is jo u r n e y
moAS, w bi*h prescribed time ia aix (8)
to Gold Beach.
weeks, the la *t day of which time will
Poor Roseburg, with only 9 in* be Wednesday» the 2nd day of Febru
The ball Saturday nig!« whi'at-'
t :nded by a surprisingly larifif rit-
dience, and, barring ?ome evidtii*fif
of booze, was a decided 1 success.
Ranglois was represented by Dr.
Mann and wife, Clint Malehorn and
wife, Fred gnd Julia Gueriu,
George and Ituby Sorensen, Addie
Carey, Roy Haft and W . Norton.
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oopv for the subscriber.
Ajid it yoa fail to ao appear and
answer «aid comp l«>n‘ by the said time,
the plaintiff will apply
‘ be Court
for a decree forever annulling the mar-
riage contract exist'■"* between your
self end «aid plaintiff.
Thia summon* ia p « b > heJ in the Co-
-jhille H era ld,* weekly «.«»»p e p e r pub-
tiiliWf1 id 6<>oe County, Oav '8°n. for aix
coiiserifffw weeks, beginning December
22nd 1809, * * * «»d ia g Febra »«7 2nd,
laid,' bv order t* publication « .* > • by
the Hon . J. 8. C k*», « r e u it J u < v > °f
the State of Oregon,
Coquille, OrtfWff. dd the U*b d»7 -0'
GEO. P . TOPPING,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
N o t i c e
of s a l e o f t id e
Ndfifce fa hereby given that the State
Land Board at the State of Oregon, will
sell to the higMfSt bidder, at its office in
the Capitol Building f t Salem, Oregon,
on December 14, 1908', pt 10:00 o ’clock
A. M. of said day, all tnff State’s inter
est in tli« tide and overfiow ’.Vends here
inafter described, giving, however, to
the owner or owners of any lands Abut
ting or fronting on such tide and over
flow lands, the preference right to pur
chase said tide and overflow lands at the
»rice offered, provided euch off
er is made in good faith ; and also pro
viding that the land will not be sold nor
any offer therefor accepted for less than
$5.00 per acre, the board reserving the
right to reject any and all bid*.
Said lands are situated in O o o s county,
Oregon, and described as follows.
Beginning at a point on the meander
line of the Coquille River at the north
west corner of lot 6, which said point is
1820 teet east and 1965 feet north from
corners sections 17, 18, 19 and 20, run
ning thence along meander line as fol
lows, to wit:
Soutli 84 degrees east 130 feet. South
74 degrees, 45 minutes east, 492 feet.
North 96 feet to low water line. North
75 degrees 15 minutes west 257 feetalong
low water line. North 73 degrees ten
minutes west 232 fert. North 80 de-
greci west 137 r ¡ feet. South 100 feet to
lace of beg inning, containing 1.31 acre*,
fronting on weat
treat 1ml f of
tide ■K d . .'rooting
tiop, 17, tp. 28 south; tang* 14
TUB y o u t h ’ s COMiANIOI»,
Conppapion Building, Boston, Mass.
Applications and bids should he ad
New oubscriptions Receivted at dressed to t i . G. Brown, Clerk 8tate
Land Board, Salem, Oregon, and
marked “ application and bid to pur
H ow o n e D o r lo r N iicim - m I ii II v
G. G. B rown ,
T r e a t s P n e u m o n ia .
Clerk 8tate Land Board.
Dated this Sept, 28, 1909.
“ In treating pneumonia,” aaya
Dr. VV. J. Smith, of SaDders, Ala
“ the only remedy I uee for the
lunga is Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy. While, of course, I would
treat other symptoms with different
medicine«, I have used this remedy
many times in my medioal practice
and have yet failed to find a oaae
where it has not controlled the
trouble. I bave used it myself, as
has also my wife for coughs and
colds repeatedly, and I most will
ingly and cheerfully reoommend it
as superior to any other oough rem
edy to my knowledge."
by R. S. Knowlton.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Or
egon for the County of Coos.
Minnie Sinclair, Plaintiff,!
vs. . .
J. L. Sinclair, Defendant.)
To J. L. Sinclair, the above-named
In the name of the State
of Oregon, you are hereby required to
appear and answer or otherwise plead
to the complaint filed against you in the
above-entitled cause and court on or be
fore (lie 8th day of December, 1909, and
if you fail to so appear, answer or other
wise plead herein, the plaintiff will ap
ply to the Court for the relief prayed for
in her complaint, to-w it:
divorce from you on the grounds of fail
ure to support, cruel and inhuman
treatment and personal Indignities, ren
dering her life burdensome, and for
such other and further relief as to the
Court may seem meet and just.
Service of this summons Ia made up
on you by publication in pursuance of
an order made hy Hon. John 8. Coke,
Judge of the Circuit Court of Coo*
County, Oregon, dated the 16th day of
December, 1909, directing publication of
summons to he made in the Coatiille
IIsRAi.n, a weekly newspaper printed
and published at Coquille, Coos Coun
ty, Oregon, and directing that said sum
mons lie published once a week for six
successive weeks; and that the first
publication of said summons be made
on the 22nd day of Pe emb. r, 1909.
- R. --------
Attorney for Plaintiff.
I. viwwjkuiv 1 huidorc.
T H IS IS
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7 h- -
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BO O TS
; a z i . a.
SH O ES
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to writ* for our conflfleutiiU letter beforr ap
plying for patent; it may be worth rr o v T .
W| promptly obtain U. 8. and Forei
•nfl T R A D E IM A r K S or reti m E U -
T I R E attorney1! fee. Send model, ffWetcL
or photo and wa send an I M M E D I A T E
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the beat legal service and advfco, and our
charges are moderate. Try os.
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The J&ar/fs» solid top prevents
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A ll 1 2 -ga u g e T H a r/is t r e p e a t e r » h a v e
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t h e a u t o m a t ic r e c o il h a n g fir e s a fe t y lo c k
m a k es th em t h e s a fe s t b r e e c h -lo a d in g g u n a
C o q u ille River and -San
F ra n c is c o .
U la r f iji IS g a u g e re
p e a t e r s In t h ^ e d is
t in c t m o d e ls , m a n y
g r a d e s a n d s t y le s ,fu lly
deaarifeed in o u r 136-
p a g e c a t a lo g .
Ho S top-over at W t y Forts.
E lectric L ights. E verything in F fri
for J ¿tornps postage.
K. Helvereou, the tailor, ba* just
received A large lot o f sample« of
Pall u d sea them i b I
get hie price*:.
7 Jie TKcwü/t/irearm s Cc.,
42 W ill.. Street
NEW HAVEN. CONN.
ROUSE C O A L
THE BEST COAL
IN COOS COUNTY
$5 Per Ton
Or STUTTSMAN & CO.. Phone Wain 591
E Q U I P P E D W ITH
W IR e L e S.
TO THE PUBLIC
C u p t. E . D. Parsons
W rite letters to everybody you know
un -tike Lust ami tell them alioiit theee
iow colonist rates. 8eml them litera-
twne about Oregon, or send their ad
dresses to us and we will do it. In this
way yon can be a great help in the
growth and progress of your State,
Coos Bay and Portland
YOU CAN PREPAY FARES
lor anyone from any place if you want
to. Dpposit the neceeeary amount with
oar local agent and he will telegraph
Inquire of Agents or write to
General Passenger Agent
The Oregon Railroad A Navigation Co.
Southern Pacific Co. (Lines in Oregon.)
Sails from Portland Saturdays at 8 fj m.
Sails from Coos Bay Tuesdays at service of tide.
TH0S. B. JAMES, Aqt
GEO. MULT0N, Aqt.
Johnson Lumber Co<
Keeps in stock a complete line of Rough and
Dressed Lumber, Flooring,
6 0 YEARS'
E X P E R IE N C E
Call sad See U* and
P aten ts
FREE with $25.00 cBeir trade
and a oesh payment c-C $2150'
on delivery of machine. One
10 -inch record FREE wrihi
$10.00 in caeh trade. One ID-
inch record FREE with $5 049
in cash trade every Saturday..
D e s ig n s
C o p y r ig h t s A c .
Anyone sending a sketch end description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention Is probably patenfuhle. Communica
tions strictly confldontial. HANDBOOK on Patent«
sent free. Oldest aaency for securing putents.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. secelre
tpecial notice, without charge, lu the
Scientific A m e ric a n .
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest
Culatlon o f any scientific Journal. Terms. $3
year; four months, fL Bold by all 1 newsdealer«.
Our Dry Sheds are roomy and are filled with
the most complete stock of Finishing Lumber
in the Coquille V alley.
Estimates gladly furnished.
Yard and Office, froi)t St. near Depot.
New ‘ York
Romember the Aretino record!
Prices as low as
Branch Office, 625 F 8 t „ W ashington,
□gton, D. C.
P h on e
fits all kinds of di«C talking-
P. E. Drane
D E A L E R IN
L a d ie s ’
G e n ts’
F u rn is riJn g s ,
F a n c y a n d S t a p le G ro c e rie s , F l o n r
an d Feed.
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR COUNTY
Notice ia hereby given that the County
Court for Coo* County, State of Oregon,
will receive sealed bids fur contracts for
the following matters and items to be F ir st-C la ss
F r o m 6 a n o t o 9 p to .
First—For printing schedule of ex .
pensea for Coos County, list of bonl-fide
subscribers within the County to be
8econd—For printing officer* reports,
Connty Notices and notices of County
C. A H A R R I N G T O N , P rop rietor.
Third—For supplies for the County
S p o s ta i A tt e n t io n G iv e n to
W» a a t t e R e t e * to
Infirmary or Poor Farm, such as gro-
p íe n
ceriea, provisions and meats etc.
r e g u le * B o s* d s* e .
Fourth—For contract to care for and
furnish board, lodging, hospital accom
modations, medical attendance and
medicine for Coos County indigent pa
Fifth—For fuel for the Court House.
All bids to be filed with the County
Leave Coquille 9:30 A. M. Leave Ban don 6 :30 A . M
Clerk on or liefore the 5th day of Janu-
sry A. D. 1910, at 10o'clock a. m. Tin
«4 7:30 “
County Court reserves the right to re-
jeetjany and all bids.
Dated at the Court House, Coos Co
unty, Oregon, this 7th day of Decern Arrive at
1 1:3 0 A .
Arrive at “
ber A. D. 1909.
1:30 A .
4:30 “ CC
J a m k s W a t s o n , County Clerk.
4 :3 0 p .
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS,
IN S U R A N C E
ScMuit of Conile River Transportation Conan?
Notice is hereby given that sei
bid* will be received for the construc
tion of a bridge acroes Soutli Slough ac
cording to the plans and specifications
to be filed with the County Clerk.
Five per cent of amount of bid to be
deposited with the County Clerk with
bid, such deposit* to be forfeited in case
bid ia awsnled and the bidder fails to
enter into contract with sufficient bond
within five days after such contract is
uwarded All bids to be filed with the
Connty Clerk of Coo* Connty, Oregon,
on or before the 10th day of January,
A. I). 1910, at 10o ’clock A. M.
The court reserve* the right to reject
. „ ...
*ny ,n ‘' , , , ,
or *°. * * * " ' ‘ 9® con'
cract to a bidder net the lowest in case
the Court deems it for the best interest
of the countj
Dated at the e Court Hou««, at th* City
I of ( ’oqnille, Coos Connty, Oregon, this
8th day of December A. D. 1909
LES PLATES ARE RIGHT
5 RATES ARE RIGHT
C. - G R A V E R
ELEC TR O TYP E»
and inspect the largest
and most handsome
line o f Gents’ Furnish
ing Goods in the City.
7 ‘w r ¡»or, arti< Ic in ih:i number wltk
s ..vivli nit. D O N ’ T MISS IT .
absorlptinn, per year
ehes of November rainfall. I*ort Or-
had nearly 32 inches!
burg only got the refuse dtop^ af
ter Port Orford was rff&t served.
D. L. Perkins
A STAR’-SERIAL BEGINS
C o u n t y O ffic ia l P a p e r .
bu l d i n g o f tho C o q u ille >
* o d o f O o o . O on nty N«.’*“ “
i s ed va n ee, l . H
TH E COUNTY OF COOS.
P R O P R IE T O R -
STATE OF OREGON. IN AND FOR
MRS. G. R. WICKHAM
Phone Main 13X.
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Board by Day, W m I( or Month
Special Attention Paid to
the Traveling Public.
Do You lntei)d to Build?
|C Q . Did you stop to consider that a building made
l l 0 0 out of cement blocks is almost indestructable
Did you stop to consider that the first cost is almost the
Did you stop to consider that sand and gravel, washed and
cleaned by the ocean, together with proper proportion o f!
Portland cement, makes the finest blocks and bricks in the
Yours for business,
COQUILLE COIN CRETE WORKS'
W e have some of the best buys
in Coos County. W e have at pres
ent some snaps in Town Property,
Timber, Farm and Coal Land. See
us before buying your home.
will give you the best deal in Busi
There will soon be a Railroad
here to connect Coos County with
the outside world.
W e know
where you should buy to make
money. Call in at our office and we
will tell you why.
W hen you
come don’t forget to ask about Sun
ny side lots—8 0 x 1 0 0 for $200.
A s ita nam e in d icates, thia rifle reloads itself, th e
recoil o f the exploded cartridge doing th e w ork .
Th ia placea the c om p lete control o f the rifle under
the trigger Sn ger, w h ich p e rm its rapid shooting
w ith great ease and a c c u r a c y .
H ig h -P o w e r
cartridge, h a s
.351 C aliber
trem en dou s
p o v o r , m aking it h ea vy en o u gh for the largest gam e
Ml? J, irribiAf tU$ rifle, *T*# Carr
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.e -- t r-A n if i- r r if . . /> r * - Oo..
Marshfield Office C and Front Streets.
: 'c w h a v e n . C o n n .
Office, Opposite Baxter Hotel.