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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1910)
D F DEAN,
P R O P R IE TO R
N OTICE OF A D M IN IS T R A T IO N ,
IN T H E C IR C U IT C O U R T O F TH E
M yrtle P oin t Item s.
B r id g e 8 a :u r lay
re p ort»
T H E COUNTY OF COOS.
G. E. E rdm an ,
P laintiff, I
M argaret Erdm an, I
road good that far.
Mrs. La whom came up from Co
quille Saturday to take charge of
T T u UBU K I) E V E R Y WEDNESDAY.
T o M argaret Erdm an, the ab ove named
her sisters millinery store.
d efen d a n t:
D*\ >ted t o i b e m aterial and sooial ap
Misa Florence Butler came home IN T H E N A M E OF T H E S T A T E OF
nildii g o l the Ooqaille Valley particularly
'•ui ii: Oooa County generally.
from Coquille Huturday to spend
»inh ription, p e r y e a r .i n adranoe, l.lw
You are hereby required to appear
few days with her father and mother
and answer the com plaint filed against
Phone, Main 65.
The stimuli' Myrtle took an en you in the above entitled suit w ithin ten
thusiast c crowd of rooters to Co (10) days from the date o f the service of
quille Friday night., returning after this sum m ons upon you if ssrved w ith-
H H Fellow s Drops Dead
in this C ou n ty, or w ithin tw enty (20;
days it served within s n y o th e r C ounty
Horace H. Fellows, father o f John
The M. P. H. 8 . boys are quite within the State of Oregon, bu t if served
T. Fellows, formerly in the confec jubilent since winning two victories by p ublication, then on or before the
t ion cry business here, but now liv in succession, one at Bnudon and last day of the tim e prescribed in the
ing in Springfield, this state, drop one at Coquille.
order for the publication of this sum
m ons, w hich prescribed tim e is six (6)
ped dead in his rooms above the
Work is improving rapidly on the weeks, the last day of w hich tim e will
Strong implement and warehouse
Farmers' telephone line and it is be W ednesday, the 2nd day of F ebru
in this city about 5 o ’clock Wednes
hoped that they will have the ex- ary, 1910.
day evening, of heart failure. Mr.
And if you fail to so appear and
cliangiS in operation in a very short
Fellows and I. N. Wilson roomed
answer said com p lain t by the said time,
the plaintiff w ill apply to the Court
together. Both were in their rooms
Myrtle Point was aroused quite for a decree forever annulling the m ar
at tli£ time. Mr. Fellows had just
riage contract existin g between your
come in off the street and was build early Saturday morning by an out.
self and said plaintiff.
ing a fire in the cook stove when
This eum m ons is published in the C o
he suddenly fell over backward. H. 8 . boys and their merry crowd quille Herald, a weekly new spaper p ub
lished in Coos C ou n ty , O regon, for six
Mr. Wilson placed the stricken man of rooters.
Countv Official Paper.
in an easy position and then sum-
m ned Dr. Johnson who found that
life was extinct when he arrived.
He had been complaining a little
during the day of toothache and
other minor pains, but nothing ser
ious was believed to be the matter
up to the lime o f his death. The
body was taken to the home of his
stepdaughter, Mrs. O. S. Coleman
o f Myrtle Point Thursday morning
and burial will be in the Gravel
Ford cemetery, where his wife is
Mr. Fellows was 74 or 75 years
o f age on December 22 nd, last. He
was an old resident of this secton
and was a veteran of the civil war,
having serevd in Co. E , n th Mis
souri cavalry, with rank of sergeant,
the term of his service being 2 years,
3 months and 14 days.— Myrtle
consecutive weeks, beginn ing Decem ber
22nd 1909, and ending February 2nd,
1910, by order of pu hlicat ion made by
the Hon. J. S. Coke, C ircu it Judge of
the State of O re g o n , at C ham bers in
C cquille, Oregon, on the 13th day of
D ecem ber, 1909.
G E O . P . T O P P IN G ,
A ttorney for P laintiff.
The Roseburg stage came in the
other morning on three wheels aud
it is reported that the mail will be
carried on horseback until the road
Grover Wilson, who plays center
in the basket hall team, is laid up
with a sprained ankle and it is
doubtful if he will be able to play
any more this season.
K. Holverson, the tailor, has just
received a large lot of samples of
suitings. Call and see them and
get his prices.
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P asses A w ay.
Mrs. John Nasburg, for years a
resident of Marshfield and well
koowu to the older residents, died
today after a lingering illness. She
had been practically ao invalid for
Death was due to kidney
trouble and a complication of dis
Call and See Us
Hear the Music.
Owing to the condition of the
body, interment could not long be
“ The bottom has dropped out of
delayed and burial took place this
the fruit market,” remarked F. S.
Dow who returned today from San
A son, Russ Nasburg, who has
Francisco. “ Hawaiian fruit is now
absent from here for some
being put in on the coast in compe
tition with the United States pro time could not be located.
ducts and the result has been that
oranges and bananas are selling at
about one-half the ordinary prices.
“ Prospects for the consume! are
looking up. Besides the decline in
fruit, I am looking for a decline in
flour. Barley has gone down and
wheat is likely to follow.
“ San Francisco is booming and
everyone is enthusiastic at the
showing that city has made the last
six months. For that time, the
bank clearances there have been
greater each day than the clearan
ces of all the other principal Pacific
coast centers, including Spokane.’ ’
Mr. Dow would not talk much
about the rumored deals of the O.
(J. A N. property, but admitted he
had heard various reports in circu
lation there. One was started in
connection with gossip as to what
vessel would be put on the Coos
Bay run to replace the Czarina.
He said that many weie claiming
the Southern Pacific would take
over the O. C. & N. propeity with
the M. F. Plant. Another was that
a steam schooner would be char
tered and still another was that the
City of Panama would be put on
W. F. Hiller, agent of the Break
water and Czariua, stated this af
ternoon that there was uothing defi
nite as to what vessel would be put
on in the Czarina’s .place.— Coos
Returns to Their Duties.
B. F. Jones and G. W. Riddle
have foimallv assumed their duties
as register aud receiver of the Unit
ed States land office in Roseburg,
their predecessors, B. L. Eddy and
J. M. Lawrence, stepping back into
private life M nday night.
Jones has filed with Governor Ben
son liis resignation as joint repre
sentative of Lincoln aud Polk coun
Mr. Lawrence nil! leave for
his future home at Bend some time
this week. Mr. Eddy is now pre
paring to re-engage in the practice
of law in partnership with District
Attorney George M. Brown.
firm will occupy offic s in the new
Mnsouic temple just as soon as the
building is completed. Mr. Rrowu'B
(re-ent offices in the courthouse
wil lie retained by bin deputy.—
R om l u n g It' view.
C' imim -
< lanufAiiiK to O m f l i .
A little hoy, (he son of Chris D.
Peterson, a well known resi lent of
tlie village of Jacksonville, Iowa,
b o l a sudden and violent attack of
croup. Much thick striogy phlegm
came up after giving Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Mr. Peterson gays:
“ F think he would have choked to
death hail we not given him thia
remedy." For sale by R, 8 . Knowl-
John Nasburg, her husband,
also ill.— Coos Bay Times.
vor of E . Bargeron, Plaintiff, amt against
Miles Lainiuy, Defendant, for the sum
of tw en ty-fou r ami 50-100 dollars, gold
coin, and tw elve and 7o-100dollars costs,
together w ith fi per cent per annum in
terest and accrued cost», I have levied
upon ami will sell at public auction, to
the highest ami best bidder for cash in
hand on Saturday, the 12th day of F e b
ruary, ID 10, at 10 o ’clock a. in., at Ihe
t ourt House door in C oqu ille, Coos
C ounty and S ta te o f Oregon, all the right,
title aud interest w hich the .-aid Miles
dum m y, defendant, had on or after the
24th day of F ebru ary, 1908, in or to the
follow ing d escribed premisae, to w it:
V E. * 4 of N. E. V. of S. E. * 4 o f Sec
tion 35, T ow nsh ip 27 South of Range IS,
M IN N IE S M IT H ,
A dm inistratrix of the . state of Charles
B. Wtlkintt, deceased.
Dated at C oqu ille, O regon, this 6th
lay of January, 1910.
(¡eo. P. Topping,
\V. W . G A G E ,
A ttorney for Estate.
Sheriff of Coos C oun ty, Oregon,
By C . A. Gage, D ep uty.
ENtRAVER ano ELECTROTYPE»
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14.-0 ¿4 LAWHtMCC PCBVCR COLO
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SUBSCRIBE FOU TU E HERALD
‘‘On October 18th, last, my little
three year old daughter contracted
a Bevere cold which resulted in a
bad case of bronchitis,” says Mrs.
W. G. GibsoD, Lexington, Ky.
“ She lost the power of speech com
pletely and was a very sick child.
Fortunately we had a bottle of
Chamberlain’ s Cough Remedy in
the bouse and gave it to her accord
ing to the priuted directions.
the second day she was a great
deal better, and on the fifth day,
October 23rd, she was entirely well
of her cold and bronchitis, which I
attribute to this splendid medicine.
1 recommend Chamberlain’s Cough
Remedy unreservedly, as I have
found it the surest, safest and
quickest cure for colds, both for
children and adults, of any I have
ever used.” For sale by R. 8 .
K now 1 ton.
The ffla n fo t solid top prevents
powder and gases blowing ba ck; the
side ejection of «hells allows instant
repeat shots ; the closed-in breechbolt
keeps out all rain, snow and sleet, and
the dirt, leaves, twigs and «and that
clog up other repeaters.
7 7 7 a rfln
A ll 1 2-gauge
re p e a te r s h a v e
d o u b le e x t r a c t o r s th a t pu ll a n y sh ell, a n d
th e a u t o m a t ic re c o il h a n g fire s a fe t y lock
m akes th em th e sa fe st b re e c h -lo a d in g g u n s
I t g a u g e re
p ea ters In t h iy e d is
t in c t m o d e ls , m a n y
g ra d e s a n d s t y le s ,fu lly
d e s crib e d in ou r 136-
p a g e c a t a lo g .
fo r 3 s ta m p s p o s ta g e .
Accepted throughout the civilized wm l I
as the most universally satisfactory il-
luminaut for all p u r poses the Cleanest
J . L Sinclair. D efen dant.)
T o J. L. Sinclair, the above-nam ed
d efen d an t.
In the nam e o f the State
of Oregon, you are hereby required to
appear and answer or otherw ise plead
to the com plaint filed against you in the
above-entitled cause and court on or be
fore the 2nd day of February 1910, 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 com plaint, to -w it:
d ivorce from you on the grounds of fail- |
ure to support, cruel and inhum an
treatm ent and personal indignities, ren
dering her life burdensom e, and for
such oth er and further relief as to the
C ourt may seem meet and just.
Service of this summ ons is m ade up-
That furnished by
E L E C T R IC
C O Q U IL L E
R IV E R
class and up to date in every respect
The rates place it within reach of all
FRA N K IWOSE, Prop. COQUILLE, O R .
of Copile Hiver Trans portinoli Company
Leave Coquille 9:30 A. M.
7 ; 3 o “
Arrive at • t 9
4:30 “ (t
10:30 A. ((
A r r iv e at
Pa l on I la w y e r s , *
0pp. U S. Pateat Office,Waahingl-,\ U.v
C . K. B A K K O W .
S W IFT & C C
Or STUTTSMAN & CO., Phone Wain 591
w ir e l e s .
e q u i p p e d w it h
Capt. E. D. Parsons
Coos Bay and Portland
Sails from Portland Saturdays at 8 p m.
Sails from Coos Bay Tuesdays at service of tide.
TH0S. B. JAMES, Agt
Johnson Lumber Co.
Keeps in stock a complete line of Roue;h aud
Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Rustic, Ceiling,
Our Dry Sheds are roomy and are filled with
the most complete stock of Finishing Lumber
in the Coquille Valley.
Prices as low as
Estimates gladly furnished.
Yard and Office, Froi)t St. near Depot.
IN SU R A N C E
EST light known.
•¡>¡1 t r a d e m a r k s
T I R E attorney » fee. Send modi , >1 . toh
o, nhojoand weseml an IM M E M A TE
F R E E report on patentability V. e *Iv«
the beat legal service anti advice, ami c ir
charges «re moderate. Try us.
Most Convenient, and the CHEAP
In the C ircuit Court of the State of O r
egon for the C ounty of Coos.
M innie Sinclair, P lain tiff,!
L a d ie s ’
G e n ts’
F u r n is h in g s ,
F a n c y a n d S t a p le G r o c e r ie s , F lo u r
a n rl F e e d .
to write for our confuicutial U tter before jp-
Diving for patent; it may be worth nio-icy.
\Ve promptly obtain U. 8. amt Porel >
THE BEST COAL
IN COOS COUNTY
$5 Per Ton
'R ep ea tin g S h o tg u n
T he 12 gauge U2ar/lm
repeater is a gun o f perfect
proportions, and has one-third less
parts than any other repeater. It
handles quickly, works smoothly and
•hoots close and hard.
P. E. Drane
C o u g li R e m e d y .
A ttorney for Plaintiff.
GEO. MULT0N. Agt.
*4 S E T i
,fudge of the Circuit C ourt of Coos
C ounty. Oregon, dated the Pith day of
Decem ber, 1909, directing publication of
sum m ons to be made in the C oquille
H erald , a weekly new spaper printed
and published at C oquille, Coos Coun
ty, Oregon, and directing that said sum
m ons 1 h * published once a week for six
successive w eeks: and that the first
publication of said .summons be made
on the 22nd »lay of Deremlier, 1909.
Wanted.—The Overlaud Monthly
wauts an energetic capable man or
woman in Coquille to act as County
Man sger in Core C oud I v , to con
G ood pay, peimsneut employment,
Outfit and instruc
"Circulation Manager’ ’ Overland
Monthly, 773 Market St., Sen Fran
7 / e 7/lar/in / ¡rea rm s Ca,
C ured ol n Severe .itla c k ol R rou*
elaltls b y C h a m b e r l a i n *
cem her, 1909, Minnie Sm ith was duly
appointed Adm inistratrix ot the estate
of Charles It. W ilkin s, dece aed, and
that letters teatauientary have been d u
ly issued to the said M innie Sm ith, and
that site is now qualified and acting.
Therefore all persons having claims
against the sa il estate are
notified to present the same with
I |,rope r vouchers attached, to the said
A dm inistratrix at C oquille, Oregon,
„ ¡t h in six m onths from the 9th day of
j F ebruary, 1910, the final publication of
j t|,js notice.
FREE with $25.00 cash trade
and a cash payment of $2.50
on delivery of machine. One
10-inch record FREE with
$10.00 in cash trade. One 10-
inch record FREE with $5 00
in cash trade every Saturday.
Remember the Aretino record
fits all kinds of disc talking
Fruit Drops in Price.
Notice is hereby given, that by an or
By virtue of un execution issued out
"I the I(onoratile C ircu it Court of ihe |
der of the C ounty Court of Coos Couu
ty. Oregon, made on the !d,h day of De-
ST A T E O F O R E G O N , IN A N D FOR
S H E R IF F 'S
W e have some of the best buys
in Coos County. W e have at pres
ent some snaps in Tow n Property,
Timber, Farm and Coal Land. See
us before buying your home- W e
will give you the best deal in Busi
There w ill 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-
nyside lots—00x100 for $200.
As its name indicates, this rifle reloads itself, 1
recoil o f the exploded cartridge doing the w ork .
T his places the com plete con trol o f the rifle under
the trigger finger, w h ich perm its rapid shooting
with great ease and accu racy. T h e .351 Caliber
P ' - w c C ir i ;
trem- udous killing
-.m a) in,
' l l . largest gam e
Marshfield Office C and Front Streets.
Office, Opposite Baxter Hotel.