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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1910)
D. F. DEAN,
County Official Paper.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 10
Flouncing Embroidery at Robin
Ladies you cap still finde dusters
at Robinsons Store.
Bathing suits, for men and boys
at Heors Lorenz’s.
Camp supplies at AndersoD’B
Second Hand Store.
Oo to Skeels & s o d for shoes that
wear—-the price is right.
J. C. Hays, of Myrtle Point, was
a Coquille visitor on Monday.
Economy, Mason and Knowlton
fruit Jars at Lairds Furniture store.
T. P. Hanley, the progressive
dairyman, was up from Lampa on
'f i t i b
fv rn A A J l-Y rio jjiL r.
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a fine :
L ine : or
£ M ^ T Iie sale and re lia b le tw in - mfM
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice is hereby given that the under-
sighed, executor of the Estate of Flora
fj^^T he New and 8peedy
K. Skelly, deceased, lias filed his final
account in the office ol the County Clerk
of Coos County, Oregon, in the matter
At I)r. Richmond’s oflice the 24th ol said Estate, and the County Court
C a p t. O lsen, M a ste .
named Monday, the 15th day ol
and 25th of each month.
August, A. D. 1910. as the day and the
Will make regular trips between
Court room at the Court House in Co
forget the date.
quille, Coos County, Oregon, us the place C o q u ille R iv er an J 1 an
lor hearing object ions to said final ac
count and for the settlement of said
F ran cisco .
F. J. HAYES
Str. E liz a b e th
The most exteusive experiment
in the way of grazing the logged-oti
Ol Establishment of tirade of Spurgeon
N o S t o p - o v e r a t W a y P o it s
Dated this 13th day o( July, A. D.
land has been conducted by Colonel
Street uml the Extension of Spurgeon j 1910.
EIcctlic Lights. Everything in Kiist
Coach, one of the owners of the
Street in the City of Coquille.
Cody Lumber Company, and who
Notice is hereby given that the Coin- j
has extensive timber holdings in
mon Council of the City ol Coquille,
Coos County, Oregon, has deemed it j
Coos county. At Lampa creek, on
necessary and expedient, nnd has de
the Coquille river, Colonel Coach
clared its intention to establish the
owns about 5000 acres of timber
grade of Spurgeon Street and the Ex
land from which the company is re
tension of Spurgeon Street in said City
22 YEARS EXPERIENCE
moving the timber. As the timber
of Coquille from the east end of said
is taken off he has burned over the
Fly Killer and Sprayers at
the west end ol the Extension of Spur
logged-off land and planted it to Knowltons Drug Store.
geon Street in said City, according
DEFECTS OF THE VISION, SCIENTIFI-
Capt. Emery, inspector of U. S.
to the plans anil specifications thereof
corrected. 13 years experience.
Colonel Coach has studied the Life saving stations, arrived here
by the city engineer now on file in the
matter carefully. His plan is to Monday on his way to Bandn to
office ol the City Recorder, and to which
reference is hereby made as a part of
burn the underbrush after the land look after bis duties toward that
Prices reasonable and absolute satisfaction guaranteed
S', so \
is logged off and to plant the grass station.
lenses duplicated, bring me the pieces and I
Any and all objections and remon
seed the same Fall. He has inves
will guarantee to furnish you a New Lense exactly
strances to said proposed grade and
Try Slagle for dry cleaning.
tigated the different grasses and Work guaranteed.
the establishment thereof must he filed
like the old one.
says that he finds a mixture of or
in the office of said City Recorder on or
Miss Dorathy Brockman and
before the 2nd day of September, A. D.
chard grass and clover is best adapt
brother, Jas. Brockman. They came
1910, for consideration by the Common
ed to this kind of land. This year
as far as Coquille with J. L. Lew-
he bought about 200 head of cattle
ellen in bis automobile. Her many
Notices ol said proposed grade were
which were brought up from Curry
posted on the 2nd day of August, A. D.
friends hope for her early recovery.
county and turned on the the tange
1910, pursuant to law.
Go to Skeels A Son for your gro
A. W. KELLEY,
where they grazed in grass up to
ceries. Only the best kept.
their knees. He also raises a large
Mrs. E. Ame8on, of Myrtle Point,
amount of swine on the range.
who hns been sorely afflicted for
Colonel Coach says that the big
some time with gall stones, was
mistake that some have made in ex
In the County Court of the State of Or
periments with this kind of land is taken to the Bay Monday for an op
egon for the County of Coos.
eration. She was accompari ied this
In the matter of the Guardianship of
that it is overstocked. He thinks
the persons and estate of Bertha M.
great care must be taken to give the far by her husband, two sons and a
Ogle and Alfred L. Ogle, Minors.
Notice is hereby given, that the un
grass a chance to get a good stand
dersigned, Guardian of the above nam
When looking for fine table linen
and then not overstock before the
ed minor Allred L. Ogle, under and pur
and sileoce cloth Remember Robin
The best quality of gof^ls at the lowest
suant to an order of the County Court
pasture is well established.
of said Coos County, Oregon, made and
For fruit raising the land of
entered in the probate journal ol said
price is always to be had
B. F. Smith started for Roseburg
Court on the 8th day of July, A. I)
course must be cleared and the ex
Help us to make this the kinHxif a store
pense to do this is considerable, but Monday with J H. Smith’s stage,
said undersigned guardian to sell at pri
for grazing it only needs to be burn
of which to be paid at the time of sale
ed and seeded and left in its rough and be could not go as be intended.
nnd balance at the time of confirmation
Mr. Smith will bring back with him
of sale, all the right, title and interest
of said minor in and to the following
his cousin, Mrs. Sarab J. Bryant,
I’ort Crford Tribune.
from near Eugene.
The undivided one-half interest
YOURS FOR A BIG BUSINESS
and to the North-east quarter ol Section
George Wilson, with his gasoline
Look! Cluett shirts are the ones
(32) in Township Twenty-
COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHER
boat the Wanderer, arrived here to wear, new and up-to-date line,
five (25) South of Range ten west of the
from Coos Bay Friday on his way Robinson’s Store.
SHERIFF’S SALE OF RFAL PROP Willamette Meridian, in Coos County,
A da D y e P a s a e s A w a y
to Rogue Riyer for his annual hunt
That under and pursuant to said Or
We aro in receipt of a postal card
having with him the following peo
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue der ol sale the undersigned will on and
Miss Ada, daughter of Mr. and
from W. J. Fairman which was post
the 18th day of August, A. D.1910,
ple from Empire City, to wit: Mr.
C. W . Dye, formerly of this of an execution duly issued out of
hlghSrt Wddi’ l S
ed at Sebastopol, California. It Mrs.
and Mrs. Victor wickman, Mr. An
now residing near Myrtle
casn m -» nana,
pani I ai
seems that be has left StaDfield Ore city,
the County of Coos, and to me directed time ol sale; balance
------- at time
------ of confirm
drew Wickman and sisler. On ac
gon, and has gone to California to Point, died at the private hospital on the 14th dav of July) 1910 upon a ation of eale, all ol the right, title and
count of wind the boat lay inhere
interest of said minor in and to said
reside. He has owned some good of J. D. Wilson in ibis place, judgment i nd decree duly rendered, real property aliove described. Offer
until Saturday morning when she
for the purchase of said real property
property at that place for the past Thursday, August 4. 1910, at the
ran down to the river— the ladies
will be received at the office of the un
age of seventeen years, from a com by said Court on the 12th day of Feb dersigned
year or eo.
Guardian or residence at Two
ruary, 1910, in a 'certain suit then in
going overland by stage. The par
plication of diseases probably not said Court pending, wherein Clyde A. Harbors, Minnesota, or at the law office
ties are our old Empire friends
of John T. Long, at Roseburg, Oregon
feed, rolled barley, bran, shorts, fully understood. The immediate Barker was plaintiff and Emil Ander on and after the 18th day of August, A.
C O Q U IL L E ,
O R E G O N
whom we are glad to meet.
wheat millings, etc.
We had one of the surprises of
from heart failure. She had been and against said defendant by which :
Guardian of said Alfred L. Ogle.
'0 O O O e O O O 0 O O O O O O O O O O C O O O < R
Mrs. Ellen Peterson, of Arago,
our life last Friday, when Wm.
failing in health for some time from execution I am commanded to sell the j
Hurst Jr. gaue us a box of berries went to Empire Monday to see her which some pronouuce cancer of the property in said execution and herein- j -
called “ Phenomenal” which they father, David Roberts, who is yet on stomach, and gradually weDt down after described to pay the sum due the j
plaintiff of $487.41, with interest there-
certaiuly were in size, beauty and the sick list, showing little or no till the end came.
on at the rate ol eight per cent per an- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE II
flavor. The box was 10 inches long, signs of improvement. She expects
STATE OF OREGON FOR COOS
Ada was a bright and lovnble num from the 12th day of Feruarv,
3 inches wide and 1 Inch deep and to return in a short time and bring girl who will be greatly missed in 1910, until paid, an attorney fee of $75 COUNTY.
it bad just I4’berries, each 2 inches her Bister, Mrs. John Morgan, now the home circle as well as the com together with the costs and disburse Charles Denison
ments of said suit taxed at $48.50, and
long and 1 inch in diameter. They of San Francisco, with her for a munity in which she lived.
were the first of the kind v/e had visit.
The family have the sympathy of I will on Thursday, the 8th day of Sep
ever stem and with cream and su
LyoDs A Jones always try to have of many friends in there bereave tember, 1910, at the hour of te n o’clock
To Myrtle Alma Denison, the above Té
gar they were just, Yum! Yum! something nice on hand for you for ment.
a. in. of said day at the front door of
They are seedless, big enough to your Sunday dinner.
the Court House in the City of Coquille, In the name of the State of Oregon :
You are hereby commanded to ap
f .r n i m l H K 'a l S u r e I ' . j c s C m r o l l
Coos County, Oregon, sell at public auc
sell by the dozen and are the King,
Thirty people from Portland and
pear and answer the complaint of Plaint
"For twenty years I suffered
iff, filed against you in the above enti I
Queen and Empress Dowager of all Wnsbington points arrived here by
hand oil the day of sale, all the right,
berries. Thank you “ Billy” , come Monday afternoon’s train on their from a bad case of graulated sore title, interest and estate which said de tled Court and cause, within Bix weeks
from and after the date of this summons.
eyes, Martin Boyd of Henrietta, Ky. fendant, F.inil Anderson, and all per* You are further notified that if you
way to Lakeport. There were sev
Last Saturday was a busy day in eral ladies' in the crowd, and many “In February, 1903, a gentleman sons claiming under him subsequent to I*'I so to appear and answer for want &
, . thereof, tiie plaintiff will apply to the
Port Orford harbor. The U. S. carried rifles, which would sndicate asked me to try Chamberlain's plaintiff 8 mortgage hen in, of and to p our[ for j(,e reijef demanded in his $
Light house tender, Manzrnita Capt. that these people had a better idea Salve. I bought one box and used said real property. Said premises here- complaint, that is to say : For a decree
inbefore mentioned are described in said forever annulling and dissolving the
Ellilcott, the steamer Baudon, and of that section of the country than about two-thirds of it and my eyes execu-ion as follows, to-wit: Begin- 1
co.nl r' frl1 nA° wtexi8ti"? between
Plaintiff and Defendant upon the ground
S2 8 S8 S 8SS3
the gasoline boats Ranger, Coast those who went expecting to find
mng at a point on the quarter section of cnlel anil inlmman treatment ren
and Wanderer, were all at the wharf largo brick banks, stores, hotels and since.’’ This salve is for sale by line 10.16 chains north of the center of dering life burdensome.
R. S. Knowlton.
section 24 in thwnship 27 south of range
For the sole and exclusive custody,
during the day. The day is not the like.
12 west of the Willamette meridian in care and control of Plaintiff and Defend
distant when Port Orlord will be
child Floyd Earl Deni
Ooos County, Oregon, and running son and minor
For Rent— A newly finished 7
for such other and further re
tho urminis of more than one trans
thence north 5.08 chains along said lief as shall be agreeable with equity.
room bouse within 2 blocks of post-
continental railroad, and our great
Nine year old mare weigh about quarter section line; thence west 10.67
You are further notified that the date
office. See J. E. Quick.
more or lees, to the quarter
h irbor, the deepest on the coast and
one thousand fifty pounds, and a
quarter section line; thence south 5.08 of this summons is the date of the first
E. L. Sherman of the U. S. Light brand new buggy and single har- chains along said quarter quarter sec publication thereof; that this Sum
most easily protected, will be visited
mons is served npon you by order of t he
by the biggest ships of the world; Bureau, 17th Dist., came down from ness, liither or all at a bargain. For tion line to a point west of the place of Hon. John S. Coke, Judge of the above Sails From Ainsworth Dock Portland, July 8, 13. 18, 23, 28
l»eginning; thence east 19.67 chains,
nur battle ships will coal here were Portland arriving here Monday on further particulars see or write more or less, to place of beginning, con entitled Court and is dated July 18,
1910; that the time prescibed for the Sails from Coos Bay July 10, 15, 20, 25. 30, at seruicc of
t ie t'e'ays and risks of crossing the his way down the coast on official A. R. Bennett. Grayo lford Oregon. taining ten acres of land more or less. publication
of this summons by said or
Said sale being made subject to re
bars, where expensive pilolcharges, business, lie iufortned us that-all
demption in the manner provided by der is for six consecutive weeks from
and tort tous channels are, andjwill
date of first publication.
Ladies if we cannot fit you with law.
ever be, unknown.
Dated this 8th «lay of August, 1910.
Dated July 20th 1910.
a tailored suit from stock, we will
the old style to the incandescent va
W. W. GAGE,
COQUILLE, PHONE NO. 181
Illll'M IM ) C 'o l i f l i J ’
Attorney for Plaintiff
Sheriff of Coos County, Oregon,
por lamp which will greatly increase made to order. Robinson's Sto o.
By C. A. Gage, Deputy.
•For some years I suffered from the intensity of the lights over the
intense colicky pains which would old ones. The new lights will be
N E W
coine on at times and from which I
eo'dd lind no relief,’ says I. S. Ma
son, of Beaver Dam, Ky. "Cbarn- RDd Yaqnina Hept. 15lh.
1> rhiin’s Colic. Cholern aud Dir.
For Sale— 8 good work horses,
rlioea Remedy was recommended to 1300 pounds and up. Enquire of
me by a friend. After taking a few
Fred Lowery, on Disher place.
Having bought out the stock of tools of Cox & Cox and the shoe-i
We take pleasure in announcing to you that we have received our stock of
doses of the remedy I was entirely
aud nails of S- H. McAdams, we believe by doing a special Sboing busi
relieved. That was four years ago
An unfortunate iocident occurred
and there has been no return of the late Friday night as Collier boys,
ness, we can please our customers. First-claas work guaranteed.
symptoms since that time.” Thisis
Clyde and Jim, who belong to the
for sale by R, S. Knowlton.
railroad bridge gang started away
and are now located in the First National Bank Building and will be pleased
Second Street, Coquille, Oregon.
Quick A Curry make the galvan from the Johnson mill, when their
ized screen door; standard sizes on speeder colided with a handcar car
hand; spetial sizes made in short rying a bunch from Beaver Hill.
order. Also handy, adjustable win It was a party of men and women ;
R. S. KNOW LTON, President
GEO. A. ROBINSON, V. Pris.
dow screens, ironing boards, sleeve who took the handcar and came 1
R. H. MAST, Cashier
boards, bread boards, drain boards
through cuiiosity and did not carry .
and meat safes.
We will take all your produce allowing you CITY QUOTATIONS.
the regulation lights, which waa * 1
Foil S ai . e — 16O acres, 40 in grass;
4.000,000 ft of good timber. Price ) the cause of the acci lent. The Col
S3000 $1000 down, balance on!
time at 8 per cent intetest. See B. up and their speeder broken up.
9APITAL STOCK $25,000
Stock Sheep For Sale. — A bon j
Try the New Catchem Fly trap. thirty-five number one ewes and
\ Reasonable Share of Your Business Solicited
Drane has them on sale, at 15c or latnbs lor sal«. Inquire of C- A.
First Class Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent
two for ¡¿5o,
T H I S W E EK
V. R. WILSON - Watchmaker
V. R. WILSON Engraver
V. R. WILSON
you a ïe oveï
dayb— tfie old
ïojye ledô'filinÿS^ stïaw mattïeô^eô'
je a th eï tiek.
The Golden Rnle
ouï twentieth een~
wiïe ô'joïinÿô'^ h a iï
DRY GOODS and SHOES
d ïeteeï^ elothes eto&eU a n d .
wa^h-ïtandô' w i l l make health a n d
eom joït jo ï you. yuy now.
a little now a n d then.
W . C. L A IR D
C. H. Cleaves
'T A IL O R
Makes Kodaking Easy
LET THE CHILDREN KODAK
J KNOWLTON’S DRUG STORE
Portland and Coos Bay S. S. Line
HORSE SHQING SHOP
flour, feed, fancy and Staple Groceries
E v ia n d & M cAdams.
SPECIAL PRICES TO LOGGING
CAMPS AND BIG CONSUMERS __________
Fa rm e rs
C. A. M. Sc M. CO.