Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, March 23, 1910, Image 4

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Coquille Jerald.
D F. D E A N ,
P R O P R IE T O R
C o u n ty O fficial Paper.
I UBLI8HID KVEltY WEDNESDAY.
>e voted to the material and social op
»'.dm? of the Coquille Valley particularly
i<i i of C ooh County generally.
ibaoription, peryear.in advanoe. l-ISO
Phone, Main 55.
COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS-
CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE.
THE O. ft. BARBERSHOP
Oregon |
* Coquille,
* -»• » *
DO Y O U W A N T
TO SELL ?
If you want to sell vour business
of any kind, or if you want to sell
your property, and will make the
price right, I would like to hear
from you.
Give description and
price. Address J. E. Smith 513
Chamber of Commerce, Portland,
Oregon.
S tiff S rek .
Stifl neck is caused by rheuma­
tism of the muscles of the neck. It
is usually confined to one side, or to
the back of the neck and one side.
While it is often quite painful,
quick relief may be had by apply­
ing Chamberlain's Liniment.
Not
one case of rheumatism in ten re­
quires internal treatment.
When
there is no fever an 1 no swelling as
in muscular and chronic rheumatism,
Chamberlain's Liniment will ac­
complish more thun any internal
treatment-
For sale by R S.
Knowlton.
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For ale.
Sixteen tons of fine oat hay.
A. Wiraer, Arago. Phone 7xx.
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SUMMONS.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, FOR THE
COUNTY OF COOS.
Fred B. Haight and Company,'
a private corporation organ-
ized and existing under the
laws of the State of California,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Sarah Jahnaon, Carl Johnson,
her husband, Caroline Stein, i Suit in
Charles Stein, Peter «Stein, Equity
James Stein and Robert Stein, to quiet
including all the heirs at law
Title,
of Sarah E. Stein, deceased,
and Coquille Creamery Com­
pany, a private corporation
organized and existing under
the laws of the state of Ore­
gon,
Defenants.
To Sarah Johnson, and Carl Johnson,
her husband, Caroline Stein, Charles
Stein, Peter Stein, James Stein and
Roliert Stein, including all the heirs at
law of Sarah E. Stein, deceased, of the
above-named defendants.
In the name of the State of Oregon:
You, and each of you, are hereby noti­
fied that you are required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
and another defendant, in the above-
entitled suit, within six weeks from the
date of the first publication of this sum­
mons, to-wit:
Within six weeks from the 16th day
of March, 1910, that being the 2?th day
of April, 1910, an<l being six weeks from
and after the date of the first publica­
tion of this summons, and if you, or any
of you, fail to so appear and answer for
want thereof the plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded against
you, and each of you, in the complaint
filed in this cause, a succinct statement
of which is as follows:
That the plaintiff’s title to a parcel of
land situated, lying and being in Coos
County, Oregon, and described as fol­
lows, to-wit: Commencing at a point
70 feet east of the northwest corner of
lot 4 in section 12, in township 28 south,
range 13, west of the Willamette Merid­
ian, in Coos County, Oregon; running
thence west to the Coquille river at low-
water line; thence along said river up
stream at said low w ater line 410 feet;
thence east. 250 feet, thence to the place
of beginning, containing one acre of
land, more or less. Also a water right
in the water flowing in a gulch situated
upon lots 4 and 5 of section 12 in town-
shit) 28 south, range 13 west, and the
northwest quarter of section 7, in town­
ship 28 south, range 12 west of the Wil­
lamette Meridian, in Coos County, Ore­
gon, be quieted as against the defend­
ants, and each of them, and that the de­
fendants, and each of them, be forever
debarred from asserting any claim what­
ever in or to the above described prem­
ises or water right, or any pert thereof
adverse to the plaintiff, and for such
other and further relief as to the Court
may seem equitable.
Service of tliis summons is made by
publication thereof in pursuance of an
order made by the Honon-Mr John F.
Hall, County Judge of Coos County,
State of Oregon, dated the 12th day of
Match, 1910.
K. P. SPEBRY,
Attorney for plaintiff.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Bids will he received at t».e residence
of R. Pomeroy, near Lam pa. up to and
including April 10. lUlOTor the grading
of one mile of road in District No. 20.
Grads to be 14 feet wide with a turnout
every 100 feet.
R. P omeroy , Supervisor.
For a decree ref« rming the description
of the premises mentioned in a certain
mortgage given by you and Cora B.
Gilkey, your wife, on the 5th of May,
1904, to Sol Blumauer and Eugene
Hoch, copartners under the firm name
and style of Blumauer A Hoch, and also
reforming the description of such prem­
ises as contained in the complaint,
decree, execution and order of sale and
the sheriffs return thereon, sheriff’s
certificate of sale, order confirming said
sale and sheriff’s deed under such sale,
as each appears in a certain suit for the
foreclosure of said mortgage and the sale
of said premises and particularly set
forth and described in plaintiff 8 com­
plaint herein, so that said description
in said mortgage and in all said instru­
ments and proceedings concerning said
foreclosure and sale shall read as follows:
Beginning at a point S. 79 degree» E.
115 ft. from the 8. E. corner of block 3,
in the town of Coquille City, as the said
block is laid out and numbered on the
original plat of said town as filed and
recorded in the office of the County
Clerk ofsaid Coos County, Oregon, run­
ning thence S. 79 degrees E. along the
N. side of First Street in said town 24
ft .; thence N. parallel to Hall Street in
said town, 100 ft. or more; thence N.
79 degrees west 24 ft.; thence 8. 100
feet or more, to place of beginning; that
the date of the certificate of acknowl-
edgemnt of said mortgage be reformed
to read the 5th day of May, 1904; for his
costs and disbursrnents in this suit and
for such other and further relief as to
the court may seem meet and equitable.
Service of this summons is made by
publication in pursuance of an order
made by the Hon. John F. Hall,
County Judge of Coos County, Oregon,
dated the 7th day of March, 1910.
J. J. S tanley ,
Attorney for Plaintiff, Coquille, Oregon.
ai)d Merchants
of Coquille
parnjers
Five room bungalow aud lot,
2 large lots and a G room
house; a good buv for $ 2100 ,
80 acre ranch, 25 head of cows,
the best buy in southern Oregon;
the price is right.
Six large lots and a new seven
room house; $1900.
50 x 100 ; $ 1700 .
Some of the best residence lots
in Coquille, size 80 x 100 , price
$200 to $ 240 ; terms $25 down
and $10 per month.
DI 0 NEER MEfIT MARKET
We Carry
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For These and Other Good Buys see
Lard,
Hams,
Bacon,
Sausage,
Fresh and Salt Meats.
STUTSMAN & CO.
Office on First Street, Op. Hotel Baxter.
We are headquarters for euerything in the meat line.
wants always receives prompt attention.
Phone Main 591
Your
Call and See Us and
H e a r the Music.
COQUILLE V A LLEY PACKING CO.
Aretino
Talking
Machine
FREE with $25 O') cash trade
and a cash payment of $2 f >0
on delivery of machin*1. One
10-iuch record FRRE with
$10.00 in cash trade. One 10.
inch recint FltRE with $5 00
in cash trade every Saturday.
Remember the Aretino record
fits all kinda of disc talking
machines.
incandescent
Electric Light
D. J. Baker,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Action at Law .
C. H. James and f
J. W. Meadous, (
Defendants. J
To C. H. Janies and J. W. Meadous,
the above named defendants.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON
You are hereby notified that you are
required to appear and answer the com­
plaint filed against you in the above en­
titled action within six weeks from the
•late of the first publication of this sum­
mons, to-wit:
Within six weeks from the 9th day of
March, A. D. 1910, and if you fail to ap­
pear and answer on or before the 20th
day of April, K. I). 1910, that date be­
ing the last day of the time prescribed
in the order of publication, the plaintiff
will take judgment against you for the
sum of $100.00, plus an attorney fee in
the sum of $40,00, and for her costs and
disbursements in the action.
Service of this summons is made by
publication in pursuance of an order
made by the Honorable John F. Hall,
County Judge of Coos County, State of
Oregon, dated the 8th day of March, A.
D. 1910.
A. J. S herwood ,
L. A. L iljkqviht , I
Attorneys for Plaintiff. <
Pres*
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luminant for all purposes the Cleanest
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Most Convenient, and the CHEAP
P. E. D rane 4
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and
here
That furnished by the C O Q U ILLE
you
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have
class and up to date in every respect
it.
The rates place it within reach of all
L ad ies’
Fancy
and
G en ts’
F u rn ish in gs
a n d S ta p le G roceries, F l o u r
a n d Feed.
Frank Morse, Prop., Coquille
Burn the...
E Q U IP P E D W IT H W IR L S.
ROUSE C O A L
Steam er Alliance THE BEST COAL
Capt. E . D. Parsons
Coos Bay and Portland IN COOS COUNTY
$5 Per Ton
Sails from Portland Saturdays at 8 p m.
e
Notice is hereby given, that by an or- I
der of the County Court of Coos Conn
ty, Oregon, made on the 15th day of De­
cember, 1909, Minnie Smith was duly
appointed Administratrix of the estate
of Charles B. Wilkins, deee. sed, and
that letters testamentary have been du­
ly issued to the said Minnie Smith, and
that she is now’ qualified and acting.
GEO.
Therefore all persons having claims
against the said estate are herein
notified to present the same with
proper vouchers attached, to the said
Administratrix at Coquille, Oregon,
within six months from the 9Ji day of
February, 1910, the final publication of
this notice.
MINNIE SMITH,
Administratrix of the ( State of Charles
B. Wilkins, deceased.
Geo. P. Topping,
Attorney for Estate.
e
Sails from Coos Bay Tuesdays at service of tide.
Leave
TH0S. B. JAMES, Agt
Marshfield
MULT0N, Agt.
CoquiPe
Orders
Harry
With
Flanders
Or STUTTSMAN & CO., Phone Wain 591
Portland and Coos Bay S. S. Line
RAMONA
.3 5 1
Sails for Portland Every Saturday
CALIBER
Sails From Ainsworth Doch, Portland, Wednesdays at 8 P. M.
S e l f - L o a d i n g Rifle!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the un­
dersigned, Charles I. Kime, was, by or­
der of the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Coos, duly
made and entered on the 4th day of
January, 1910, appointed administrator
of the estate of J, H. Kime, deceased.
All persons having claims against said
estate are required to present the same,
with proper vouchers, to the under­
signed. at Myrtle Point, Coos County,
Oregon, within six months from the
date of this notice.
Dated this 2fith dav of January, 1910.
CHARLES I. KIME,
Administrator of the Estate of J II.
Kime, deceased.
One-half Herein benies and a
six room cottage close in, gnod
barn, chicken hi use nnd wood
shed. If you are looking for a
home, you will buy this place
for $ 1250 .
» ill suit the buyers.
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000
A Reasonable Share of Your Business Solicited
First Class Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent
SUMMONS.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Or­
egon in and for the County of Co is.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION.
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CO
North Fork R d...............
4 20
A N Gould, surveying mak­
ing profiles, etc............... 130 30
Special Improvements R D No 11.
Homer Holverstott, chain-
4 00
mao, North Fk R d . .. .
Robert Holverstott, rod-
4 00
man, North Fk R d , .. .
James Hatcher, ebainman,
4 00
North Fk ltd ...............
Jeff
Henharo,
axman,
2 00
North Fk R d...............
A N Gould, surveying, pro-
28 00
files North Fk Rd e tc ..
In Re Miscellaneous Expenses.
Coquille River Electric Co
20 00
electric current...............
W B Neathery, driving
2 50
team after in d ig e n t....
A N Gould, re-establishing
22 50
govt corners, etc...........
Coquille Furniture Co, oil
4 20
cloth covering...............
R S Knowlton, sundries for
29 35
court house...................
Coquille Electric Supply
19 70
Co, installing lig h ts.. . .
W C Laird, r.upplies for
29 25
court house...................
J A Lamb* Co., work and
6 GO'
supplies for furnace.. . .
Coquille Steam Laundry,
4 20
laundry for court house
Coquille Wood and Coal
23 40
Yard, 5 tons coal...........
Coquille Hardware Co.,
5 00
supplies for court house
W W Gage, board of
G9 58
prisoners. ........................
Germo Mfg Co , carboline,
24 25
floor o il............................
47 30
l'eart Bros & Co , coal-----
Horae Telephone Co„ rent-
27 20
als and tolls...................
Iu Re Officers Bills.
Sheriff’s Office.
15 00
Lanson Leneve, labor..
R M Horton, labor........... 113 75
52 50
H E Folsom, labor...........
Roy Morgan, labor........... 108 75
L W Oddy, labor............... 176 25
120 00
Geo O Leach, labor. . . . . .
N Osmimdson, labor......... 141 25
Assessors Office.
3 75
Roy Morgan, la b o r .........
40 50
J S Lawrence, labor........
16 25
N Osmimdson, la b o r ....
Clerk’s Office
12G 25
Jotty L Watson, labor.. . .
Ines F Bunch, la b o r .... 106 25
Ray Collier, labor............... 127 25
James Watson, cash for
14 00
extra labor ext rolls..
Health Office.
Walter Culin, salary as
41 78
health officer.................
School Superintendent’s Office.
W H Buuch, salary and
215 55
expenses ........................
W D Reedy, conducting
45 00
exams, etc.......................
A J Raab, conducting
45 00
exams e tc .......................
County Court.
E A Anderson, attending
court, mi exam rds Co
33 80
Com ................................
W T Dement, attending
court, mi exam rds Co
21 80
Com ................................
John F Hall, salary as Co
J u d g e .............................. 166 67
In R« Bills Continued, Reduced or
Not Allowed.
State vs Wells, Jurors fees io
duced $1 00 each; State vs Craw.
ford, bill of J W Carter, reduced
$4.20; State vs Higgins, C L Pen*
nock's bill reduced $1.15; W B Cox,
constable, State vs Elliott Bill
$15.05; State vs Anderson, $4 10,
Della
paid January. 1910 term;
Welch, monthly allowance of $15.00
discontinued from March 1, 1910;
Alfred Cornwell, claim for keeping
Elixibetb Lively $28.50 continued
Geo 8 Davis, bill for Gravel R D 1G,
reduced front $30 to $15,00; Alfred
berg, claim 1154 riduced lo
28 55, hoar l und lodging min
dden Fulls Hoad: A M Snyder,
ix Dement bridge, claim $22 50,
Diced »n l allowed $18 75; Le­
der Barklnw, Dement bridge,
im 117.50 reduced and alluwed
4.00; G IV Baikl-iw, Dement
dge, claim $15.00, reduced and
owed $ 12 . 00 .
»te of Oregon, 1
County of Coo*, j
I, James Watson, County Clerk
Some of the Best
Buys in Town
SUMMONS.
for Coos Couoty and State of Ore­
gon, ex-officio Clerk of the County I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
C'-urt for said Counts nnd State, ! STATE OF OREGON, FOR COOS
custodian of the records, arebieves
COUNTY.
L. COCHRAN, Proprietor
and files of said Couutv, do hereby C. M. Skeels. Plaintiff,
vs.
certify itmt the for« going is a true Sol Blumauerand
—g ~ ‘
Eugene
and cotract statement of the amount Hoch, copartners under Suit in Equi-
the firm name and style ty.
of bills of expense, iu whose favor of
^ Hot and Cold Baths, Hair Cutting and Massag- ^
Blumauer <C Hoch,and
drawn or allowed, continued or not C. O. Gilkey, Defendants.
^
ing a Specialty.
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allowed, on the various funds of the To C. O. Gilkey, one of the above nam­
ed defendants:
County, ss audited by the County
In the Name of the State of Oregon, ^
One of the Most Up-to-Date Shops in the City ^
Court of slid County and State, at you are hereby notified that you are re­
quired to appear and answer the com­
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the regulftr March, 11)10 term of plaint filed against you in the uliove en­ *
titled
court
and
cause
within
six
weeks
snid Court, as the same appears in
from the date of the first publication of /T\
the Journals nl snid Court uow in this summons, towit: Within six weeks
from the 9th day of March, 1910; and if
my office and custody.
Three lots, all cleared, ready
you fail to appear and answer on or be­
Wituess my hand and the seal cf fore the 20th day of April, 1910, that be­
for building; $300.
the County Court affixed this 12th ing the last day prescribed in the order
8 lots 3 blocks from post office;
R S. KNOWLTON, President
GEO A ROBINSON, V. Pres.
of publication, judgment will be taken
da) of March A. D. 1910.
against you for want thereof and plain­
R. H. MAST, Cashier
$800.
tiff will apply to the court for the relief
J ames W atsox ,
17 acres close in, at a aignin.
demanded in his said complaint, a suc­
County Clerk. cinct statement of which is as follows:
2 1-2 acres close in, the price
A s its nam e in dicates, th is rifle reloads itself, t
recoil o f th e exploded cartridge doing th e work.
T h is places th e com p lete control o f the rifle under
the trigger finger, w h ich perm its rapid shooting
w ith great ea se and accuracy. T h e .351 Caliber
H ig h -P o w er cartridge, has trem endous killing
pow er, m aking it h eavy enough for th e largest game
W.
F.
MILLER,
I PAUL L. STERLING.
Agent,
AGENT.
COQUILLE,
I. H. HAI ARO, Csikltr
F IR S T N A T IO N A L
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PHONE
Oregon
NO. 18
R. E. SHIRE, VI«. Prêt
0. C SANFORD, Aut. Cahier
k.J. SHERWOOD Pré».
Catalogue fully describing this rifle, "The Gun
that shoots Through Steel,” sent upon request.
W inchester repeating A tm * C o .. - N e w H a v e n , C o n n .
Marshfield,
BANK
C O 9 U I L 1 L1E , O R B G O f t .
T r a n n n c t s a G e n e ra l B a n k i n g BiLsiness
NOTb F TOORKDItOflt*.
Nolice is hereby given that, the undt r- I
signed lias been appointed executrix of
the Lasi Wdl and Testament ni David
Mathers, di-cea-e I ; and all jwr^ons hav­
ing claims agaiiiM the said estate are re- j
qHired lo pre-ent llie.n, with the pr.qvr I
voucheis. within ►ix months ir«»m the
date of ibis notice, to the *«1 ndersigned
executrix, it ti e office of J. J. Stanlev, I
in the cirl of Coquille, Coos County, ,
Oregon.
Dated this 1H|I» davof February, 1910.'
BESSIE MATHERS,
Executrix of the Last Wi.l .« «1 Terta- |
ment of Ih»vil Mathers, Deceased.
to w rite f vr o n r c o n fid e n tia l l e t t e r b e fo re - p - 1
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Rouse mine will apply to Harry
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F r o m 6 a m to 9 p m
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