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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 22, 1911)
A L ’S
R e sta u ra n t
SPR IN G
(lte O F K N K U )
c. A. HARRINGTON, Prop.
! Same Old Place
I Come and See
Str. E l i z a b e U '
Capt. Olaen, Maate.
W ill make regular trips between
$3,600 to be spent in a Grand and Glorious two days
Faeuival of fan at Marshfield.
Biggest and best program of eyents ever offered in Coos County
Base Ball, Games, Racing and Dancing
Grand Display of Fireworks in the
Log rolling Contest for Coos County
championship and cash prizes
Spectacular W a te r Carnival
Christening of the new 96,000 Speed Mo
tor Boat *‘Coo8 Bay,” That W ill Make
40 miles an hour
Tug of w a r Between Coos Bay and Co
quille Loggers for Champion ship and
C o q u ille
R iv e r a n
F r a n c is c o .
N o Stop-over at W a y Porta.
Everything in First
\ Nosier and Norton^
General Commission and Wholesale
Fruits and Vegetables
for De Laval Separators.
Freight and Ticket Agents
horse Races D aily. Prom 2 to 5 o’clock p. m.
Fifield, Bandon, and Alliance.
Something doing every minute.
Grand Ball in the Evening. Fine musie-
M E E T M E IN M A R S H F IE L D
M Y R T L E P O IN T ITEM S.
«• t •
Mr. R. B. Dement returned from
Portland on Friday laat, where he
bad been attending the rose car
nival. Hia father returned from a
business trip to Portland with him.
Tbay came by private conveyance,
Ray haring invested in a fine top
n o t ic e
NOTICE O F S H E R IF F ’S SA LE
The undersigned having been duly
appointed Administrators of the Es
tate of William Coach, Deceased, by
the County Court of the State of Ore
gon for Coos County on the 12 day of
Jnne, 1911. All persons having claims
against the said estate will present the
same, duly vertifled and with their
vonchers to Arthur T. Coach or J. W,
Coach at Bandon, Oreg. or to Mrs.
Mary E. Cary at Coquille, Oregon with
in ft months from the first publica
tion of th fi notice.
Arthnr T. Coach,
J. W. Coach,
Mery E. Cary,
Administrators of the estate of W il
liam Coach, deceased.
By virtue o f an execution and or
der of sale duly
Clerk o f the Circuit Court of the
County o f Coos, State o f Oregon,
dated the 16th day of May, 1911.
in a certain action in the Circuit
Court fo r said County and State
wherein Oeorge W itte as plaintiff,
M AN U FACTU R E R AND D E ALE R IN
recovered Judgment against Henry
ants, fo r the sum for T w elve Hun
Mr*. Cbas. Curtia oi Marshfield
dred Forty-One and 66-100 Dollars
■pent the past week visiting with
and coats and disbursements taxed
at Twenty-four and 20-100 Dollars,
Mrs. Chae. Wouthmavd.
on the 17th day o f April, 1911,
Miss L. Ohman of Coquille, who
Notice ia hereby given that I will
on Saturday, the 24th day o f June,
haa spent the past month with tha
1911, at the front door o f the Coun
Max Dements, took her departure
ty Court House in the City of Co-
in said County, at ten o’clock
the 18th for Roseburg en route to
In the forenoon o f said day, sell
. v a v a v ^ a v a > a :
bar fathers near Pendleton, where
at public auction to the highest bid
der for cash, the follow in g described
abe will apend the summer.
SUM M ONS.
Max Dement and family who
Lota Twelve, Thirteen and Fourteen
In the Circuit Court of the State of and a strip Ten feet In width o ff
have been at their town house for a
and along the North aide o f lot
few day«, departed for their moun Oregon in and for Coos Connty.
Eleven all la Block F ifteen,
Anson E. Shuster,
tain home the 10th.
North Bend, Coos County, Oregon,
together with the tenements, hered
A Union aervice of the M. K
itaments and appurtenances there
Christian and Presbyterian churches
Mary L. Shuster,
unto belonging o r appertaining or
so much thereof as niay he neces
was |held at the M. E church on
To Mary L. Shuster, the above named sary to satisfy the said Judgment
Sunday the 18th to commemorate
In favor o f Georgs W itte agattfM
defendant: In the name of the State said Henry
H .'D . 3 .
"Fathers Day” , a fair audience
Is made o( every milling that Olympic Flour
of Oregon, you are thereby required to Hoeck with
i* made of. One ol the best bake aliops any
appear and aniwer the complaint filed gether with all coats and disburse
where is run in connection with the mill that
against you In the above entitled Court ments that have or may accrue
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makes Olympic Flour. Every bunch ol flour
andcaneeon or before Thursday, the
A late letter from Mrs. A. J.
that goes through tha mill is tested. It lies
27th day of July 1911, the same
to be up to the highest standard—has to make
Krantz o f Portland states that Mr*. being the last day of the publication
the beet bread possible, else it doesn't go into
Eva Crockett is entirely cured of of this summons, the date of the first
the Olympic sacks.
cancer, by the Radium treatment,
That ia the reason your bakings of bread,
and the doctor assures bet it will June A. D. 1911.
bisenit and paetry ate always uniformly good
And if you fail to appear answer or
never return again. Her case has
when you use Olympic.
Your bakings can't
otherwise plead herein within aaid time
O f improvement o f a portion of
be expected to be the same always unless the
been a severe one, where for years the plaintiff will thereafter apply to the Spurgeon street snd the extension of
flour is. Therein lies the beauty of using
she suffered intensely, and under Coart for default against yon, and w ill' Spurgeon street in the city o f Coquille.
Notice is hereby given that the Com
went a severe surgical operation, further demand a decree for the relief
only to find the knife ot a most prayed for in hiscomplaint filed herein, mon Council o f the City o f Coquille
THE PORTLAND FLOUR MILLS CO.
has deemed it necessary and expedient
skillful surgeon did not stop the
That the bonds of matrimony now and by resolution has duly declared its
dread disease. When life was des and heretofore existing between you intention to improve that portion of
paired of, she went to Portland, and the plaintiff may be dissolved and Spurgeon Street in said city from a
and was cured in the Radium hos held for naught, and for absolute di point 95 feet westerly from the east
pital, which is said to be the great vorce from you upon the gronnds of end o f said Street thence westerly and
cruel and inhuman treatment and per continuously as a whole to the west
C I KIME
est one outside of Paris.
sonal indignities rendering life burden end o f the Extension of Spurgeon FRKI) VONPEGKRT
Crockett will be home soon, and some, and on the further grounds of Street in said city in the manner speci- I
visit her mother Mrs. Tbos. Smith willful desertion for more than one fied in said resolution and to assess the
cost thereof opon the property bene- !
on Rogne river, and other relatives year.
fitted thereby: said Resolution was
filed in the office o f the city Recorder
in Curry county.— Port
of the Honorable John 8. Coke Judge on the 10th day o f May, 1911 and is .
of the Circuit Court of the State of kept on record therein and reference is
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ipade to such Resolutions as a part
Ladles’ two-piece khaki suits— Oregon for Coot County, dated the 12th of thia notice.
day of June A. D. 1911, which re
That the probable cost o f such im- |
lust the thing tor the auto- some
quires this Summons to be published in provement is the sum o f $2268.78.
Oet them at
Any and all objections and remon
the Coqnille Herald, once each week
Also ladles' ready-to- for six consecutive weeks, the date of strances to said improvements must
be filed w th the said Recorder on or
wear dresses In messsllhe, foulards the first publication of the same being before June 12, 1911.
Notice* o f said proposed improve
Jane 16th, 1911.
ment were posted on the 11th day of Ceneral Blscksmitbmg, Wagon Making, Machine Work, Pattern Makin
N. C. McLeod,
May, A. D. 1911
Freeh vegetable# at eur store
J. H . O E R D IN G
LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES
MO ULD1NG, CEMENT BRICKS
AND BLOCKS, SAND AND
C O Q U IL L E ,
A Bake Shop Test
& Von Pegert
ly tM A R i m .
A tt o r n e y tor P la in tiff.
R esid en ce N o r th R and , O reg on .
A. W. KELLEY
Automobile W ork a Specialty.
Coal Oil, Gasoline and Distillate always on hand
Phone Home 111.
T a ilo r in g , C le a n in g a n d
R e p a rin g
For a jub of first-class mending, dying or cleaning, or
a new suit tailored, call at the rear of the Pharmacy
I am agent for two tailoring house« in Chicago.
Come and see my styles and samples.
I w ill save you
money and guarantee a good fit.
“ I want to give every
ton not using electric
it t h r e e vital reason*
y the G eneral E lectric
M azda Lam p should make
them have their house, »tore,
office or factory w ired.
T h e G -E
M azd a
Lam p gives nearly th r e e
tim e s the lig h t o f the
ordinary carbon incandes
no mere to bunt
T h ird—
T h e q u a lity o f light *1 vastly superior— a clear
w hite light like sun rays.”
" T h e G en eral Electric M a z d a L a m p represents the
high-mark in the evolution o f incandescent electric lighting.
It blends inventive triumph snd manufacturing llu li— and
y o u reap the benefit in the form o f dollars and cents, and
freedom from e y e *"a in w h en using artificial lig h t "
" I w ant the chance to p r o v e to y o u r entire satisfaction
that this wonderful Ismp is even b e t t e r than represented.
O n e in today uid see for y o u r s e l f .
Y o u r call places
you under no obligation, and is apt to b e d ecid edly to
y o u r profit."
B e caretui to see that every electric lamp you bu y bears
the G . E . monogram.
Coquille River Klerriet Co.