Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, April 11, 1912, Image 2

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The Coquille Herald LARGE TAXPAYERS
PUMLtHHED EVKKV THÜltMDA».
Kntered ail second class matter May
8 , 1905. at tlie poet oftiee at Coquille,
Oregon, under «et ol Congresa of Mardi
3, 1879.
in the Qrcnit Court of the State of Oregon. In the County Court of the Slate of Oregon In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
in and for the County of Coos.
in and for the County of Coos.
in and for the County of Coos.
OF COOS COUNTY R. S. Tyrrell and Eliza J. Tyr­
IN THE MATTLR OF THE)
Janet Denholm, Plaintiff,
ESTATE OK
J Citation.
vs.
SARAH J. FERRY,Deceased)
vs.
Ellen Lewis, Sr., widow, John
, To Josephine Darnell, Pauline Byers, Lewis, Jr., unmarried, Arthur
The sheriff’s force of clerks in the Robert S. Tyrrell, Herbert A.
| Rosa Ferry, Mary J. Ferry, now Mary. Lewis and his wife Mary
Edith A. Woodward,
tax collecting department has been Tyrrell,
Lee, Joseph Ferry, Bessie Andrews, Lewis, Agnes Lewis, unmar­
L. R. Woodward, L e n n a h
WALTER Ci. ACKERMAN, Publisher reduced by the discharge of three. Woodward, Helen Woodward,
! Dallas Andrews, Earl Andrews, Fay ried, Ellen Lewis, unmarried,
| Elizabeth Muier, William Floyd, Bertie SomsomanAlberson sometimes
William Tyrrell Woodward,
Devoted to the material and social Deputy Oddy informs us that the Lucile Woodward, Lawrence
| Floyd, Edna Augusta Floyd, Francis known as "oloman Alberson,
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par­ payment of taxes has been more Ridley Woodward, W a y n e
| Clayton Floyd, William Arden Floyd, and sometimes known as S.
ticularly and of Coos County generally.
Ena May Floyu, Julia Geneva Floyd, Alberson, and his wife Sarah
Morrison Woodward, Rachel
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance prompt this year than upon any Woodward, Ruth Woodward,
Raymond Claire Floyd, and to all per­ Ann Alberson, Fanny E. Dyer,
sons or parties unknown claiming any widow, Florence E. Radley
preceding one in the history of the Evelyn Woodward and Edith
right,
title, interest or estate in and to and her husband S. J. Radley,
Phone, Main 354.
Defendants. J
county, many not taking advantage Woodward,
real property hereinafter described, Etta Buckingham and her hus­
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF the
of the half-payment privileges offer­ OREGON: You and each of you are Greeting:
band, A H. Buckingham,
The Appeal to Reason is, appar­
IN THE NAME OF T H E STATE
ed but liquidating in full. C. A. hereby notified that you are required to OF O R E G O N : You are hereby cited Alice Biggs and her husband
ently, still appealing.
D. E. Biggs, Elbert Dyer and
appear and answer the complaint filed
Smith Lumber and Manufacturing against you in the above entitled suit in and required to appear in the County his wife, Euphemiu Dyer,
Court
of
the
State
of
Oregon
for
the
John P. Tupper sometimes
you, Robert S. Tyrrell, Herbert
Thirty-four “honor men” have Company, the largest taxpayers which
A. Tyrrell, Edith A Woodward, L. R. County of Coos at the Court Room known as J. P. Tupper,
taken advantage of Governor W est’s in the county, contributed over Woodward, Lennah Woodward, Helen thereof, at 10 o’clock A. M. on Monday, widower, S. B. Gardiner some­
6 th day of May, A. D. 1912, then times known as S. B Gardner
-William Tyrrell Woodward, the there
policy and sought freedom without $40.000 to the county coffers recent­ Woodward,
to show cause, if any exist, and his wife Mary Gardiner,
Lucile Woodward, Lawrence Ridley and
the prison walls since the governor ly, paying the taxes assessed against Woodward, Wayne MorrisonWoodward, why an order of sale should not be Frank Goff, widower, Chris­
made
for
the
sale of the real property
B. Caldwell, George Cald­
Woodward, Ruth Woodward,
took the reins of government Six the firm in full without a murmur Rachel
said estate of Sarah J. Ferry, de­ tina
well, Clyde Caldwell, Hazel
Evelyn Woodward and Edith Wood- of
ceased,
as
prayed
for
in
the
petition
of
and
with
apparent
satisfaction.
of his pets took leave of absence in
warti are defendants and K. S. Tyrrell William Floyd, executor of said estate Caldwell, Metda Bender, Sarah
Wright, widow, Margaret
one week recently and still “ there This company is the largest tax­ and Eliza J. Tyrrell, are plaintiffs, filed in said court on the ISth day of Allen
and her husband, Albert
within six weeks from date 01 the first March, A. D. 1913, and which said
payer in Coos county. The Oregon publication of this summons to-wit, the
j
Allen,
the unknown heirs of
are more to follow.”
property
is
described
as
follows:
The
t£ California Railroad Company, 38th day of March, 1913, that being the north one-half of the northwest quar­ George Westland Neal, de­
ceased, and all other persons
date of the first publication of this sum­
The next annual meeting of the while owning more land than the mons, and if you fail to appear and ter, the southwest quarter of the north­ or parties, unknown claiming
west quarter and the northwest quarter any right, title, estate, lien or
answer
on
or
before
tl.
9th
day
of
May,
state grange will be conducted in Smith company, are second on the
1913, the same being the fast tlay of of the southwest .'quarter of section interest in the real estate des­
Roseburg on May 16 , 17 and 18 . list of heavy taxpayers. No better the time prescribed in the order of pub­ twenty-five in township twenty-nine cribed in complaint herein,
south, range twelve west of the Wil­
Preparations are being made to hold evidence can be given of the pros­ lication, judgment for want thereof lamette Meridian, in Coos County, Ore­ Wm. H. Averill, hiswife Mary
G. Averill, Beil Copley and
will be taken against you and each of gon.
a rose carnival and a strawberry perity of any section than in the you and plaintiffs will apply to the
her husband Wm. Copley.
Witness
the
Hon.
John
F.
Hall,
Judge
Defendants.
festival on the same dates, as an es­ payment of taxes, and particularly Court for the relief demanded therein, of the County Court of the State of Ore­
a succinct statement of which is as fol­ gon for the County of Coos with the
To Ellen Lewis Sr., John Lewis Jr.,
pecially welcome feature to the vis­ is this true of Coos county where lows, to-wit:
affixed, this 20 th day Arthur Lewis, Mary Lewis, Agnes Lew­
First: That a certain deed made, ex­ seal of said A. Court
iting “ patrons” at that time.
large numbers are not availing
D. 1913.
is, Ellen Lewis, Somsoman Alberson,
ecuted and delivered by plaintiffs on the of March,
A tte st: JAMES WATSON,
Soloman Alberson, S. Alberson, Sarah
themselves of the half-payment 26th day of August, 1903, between R.
Clerk.
Ann Alberson, Fanny E. Dyer, Florence
M. A Miller has withdrawn his plan. Fortunate indeed are those S. Tyrrell and Eliza J. Tyrrell parties
(County
Court)
By
N.
OSMUNDSON,
E. Radley,
S. J. Radley, Etta
of
the
first
part
therein
to
Robert
S.
candidacy as United States Senator who cast their lot in this most fav­
Seal
f
Deputy.
Buckingham, A. H. Buckingham, Al­
Tyrrell and Herbert A. Tyrrell in trust (
ice Biggs, D. E. Biggs, Elbert
on the Democratic ticket, County ored section of Oregon.
for Edith A. Woodward and her children
Dyer, Euphemia Dyer, John P.
and which said deed was duly recorded In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, Tupper,
Clerk Watson being so in fo rm ^
J. P. Tupper, S. B. Gardiner,
— » «4»»--—
in and for the County of Coos.
in the office of the County Clerk of Coos
S. 1!. Gardner, Mary Gardiner, Frank
Tuesday last. 'Tis ju st as well.
Ko-Keel Klub Elects Officers
County, Oregon, at page 509, volume
Goff, Christina It.’ Caldwell, George
51, records of deeds of said county ,be R. E. Shine and Lucy Cook,
Mr. Miller is a resident of Lebanon
Caldwell, Clyde Caldwell, Hazel Cald­
reformed so as to conform to the in­
Plaintiffs,
At
the
regular
annual
meeting
of
well, Melda Bender, Sarah Wright,
and is at present state senator from
tention of the parties at the time of the
Margaret Allen, Albert Allen, the un­
Linn county, his term expiring the Ko-Keel Klub ot Coquille, held execution and delivery thereof, and to The unknown heirs of Pat Suit in
known heirs of George Westland Neal,
permit or authorize the defendants Rob­ Kecy, deceased, and also all Equity to deceased,
at
its
rooms
March
6,
1912,
the
fol­
and also all other persons or
November 9 , 1914 .
ert S. Tyrrell and Herbert A. Tyrrell,
persons, or parties, Quiet
parties unknown claiming any right,
lowing named officers were elected at 'any time by consent of the other
unknown claiming any Tide.
title,
estate,
lien or interest in the real
plaintiffs or in ease of the death of them right, title, estate, lien, or
Mrs. Robert M. La Follette, who for the ensuing year:
described in the complaint herein,
or either of them then the consent of interest in the real estate I Summons > estate
Wm. H. Averill, Mary G. Averill, Bell
A. J. Sherwood, president.
will accompany her husband upon
the survivor and 'defendant Edith A. described in the complaint
Copley and Wm Copley the above en­
J. 8 . Barton, vice-president.
Woodward, to sell and dispose of the herein,
Defendants.
)
his western campaigning tour, is a
titled defendants:
F. 8 . Slagle, secretary-treasurer.
property mentioned in said deed and
To
the
unknown
heirs
of
Pat
Kecy,
C.
J.
Fuhrman,
director.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
brilliant woman of high intellectual
herein before in this summons and con­ deceased, and also all other persons, or
L, H. Hazard, director.
vert the same into cash or other prop­ parties, unknown claiming any right, OF OREGON: You are hereby notified
attainments, and an enthusiastic
that
you are required to appear and an­
T h e tw o d ir e c to r s , to g e th e r w ith erty as they shall deem for the best title, estate, lien or interest in the real
woman’s suffragist. She will be en­
of Edith A. Woodward, L. R. estate described in the complaint here­ swer the complaint filed against you in
th e o th e r o ffic e rs o f th e K lu b , c o n ­ interest
the above entitled suit within six weeks
Woodward, Lennah Woodward, Helen in, Defendants.
tertained extensively by club wo­
from the date of the first publication of
Woodward, William Tyrrell Woodward,
s t i t u t e its B o a r d o f G o v e r n o r s .
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF this
summons, to-wit:
men while in Portland and will
Lucile Woodward, Lawrence Ridley OREGON : You are hereby notified
•
«
Within six weeks from the 7th day of
Wayne Morrison Woodward, that you are required to appear and
speak upon equal suffrage at a num­
T h e F a i r S to r e is th e p la c e to b u y Woodward,
Rachel Woodward, Ruth Woodward, answer the compfaint filed against you March, 1912, and if you fail to appear
ber of luncheons and receptions L a c e C u r t a i n s .
Evelyn Woodward and Edith Woodward, in the above entitled suit within six and answer on or before the 18th day It
and that they have power to make, ex­ weeks from the date of the first publi­ of April, 1912, that date being the last
being arranged for her.
date of the time prescribed in the order I
ecute and deliver all necessary convey­ cation of this summons, towit :
Why He Was Late.
publication, judgment will be taken
ances, conveying an absolute title, free
Within six weeks from the 7th day of of
"What
made
you
so
late
7”
from any incumbrances to said premises March, 1912, and if you fail to appear against you for want thereof for the $
Local Coquille at a receut meet­
“ I met Smithson.”
relief
demanded in complaint, a succinct
or any part thereof, to any purchaser
answer on or before the 18th day of statement
ing elected J. E. Quick as delegate
“ Well, that is no reason why you thereof without any claim of the plain­ and
of which is as follows:
April,
1912,
that
date
being
the
last
should be an hour late getting home to tiffs or the defendants or either of
the defendants and each of them
to the State Socialist Convention supper.”
date prescribed in the order of publica­ be That
required to appear and set up and
them, or any other person or persons tion, judgment will he taken against
which convenes at Portland on the
“ I know, but I asked him how he was whomsoever.
allege their right, title, claim, estate
you for want thereof for the relief de­ or
feeling,
and
he
insisted
on
telling
me
interest
in and to Lots numbered
That the Court grant such other and manded in complaint, a succinct state­
18th inst., for a two-day session. about his stomach trouble.”
three and fourteen, Block numbered one
further
relief
and
make
such
other
de­
ment
of
which
is
as
follows:
Mr. Quick will leave Saturday
"Did you tell him to take Chamber­ cree as shall seem meet and equitable
oF Bandon, now the City of
That defendants and each of them be in the town
Tablets ?”
(and at one time the town of
the premises.
going by stage to Roseburg. He lain’s
required to appear and set up and allege Bandon
“Sure, that is what he needs.” Sold in That
Averill)
in
Coos County, Oregon; and
in case of the death of either their right, title, estate, claim, lien or
will return by steamer Breakwater by all druggists.
the same be adjudged and decreed
Robert S. Tyrrell or Herbert A. Tyrrell, interest in and tg the following des­ n that
a n d v o id a n d o f no f o r c e a n d e f f e c t
that the survivor be authorized and cribed premises towit: The south half u ll law
leaving" Portland April 24, and
or equity; that the title of the
empowered to carry out all the condi­ of the southeast quarter, and the south­ in
hopes to keep down all the good
plaintiff
the foregoing described real
tions of said decree.
east quarter of the southwest quarter, estate be of quieted
against said de­
Service of this summons is made by of Section twenty-two, and the south­ fendants and each as
things, both mental and material,
of them and all of
publication in pursuance of an order west quarter of the southwest quarter them and their heirs
he will have received while in the
and assigns;
made by the Hon. John S. Coke, Judge of Section twenty-three, Township
defendants each and all of them
metropolis of Oregon.
of the Circuit Court of the State of twenty-six south, of Range fourteen that
their heirs and assigns ba forever
Oregon, in and for the County of Coos, west of the Willamette Meridian in Coos enjoined
restrained from setting up
and dated the 22nd day ot March, 1912, County, Oregon, and that the same be any claim and
Ben W. Olcott is a candidate for
title, estate or in­
directing that service be made by pub­ adjudged and decreed null and void and terest in or of to right,
real property or any
secretary of state and announces
lication thereof in the Coquille Herald, of no force or effect in law or equity; portion thereof, said
that plaintiff have
a weekly newspaper published at the that the title of the plaintiffs of the such other relief and
himself as a republican. The fol­
as to the court shall
More marriages are consummated
City
of
Coquille,
Coos
County,
Oregon,
foregoing
described
real
estate
be
quiet­
meet and equitable.
in June than any other month in
lowing statement sworn to by him
once a week for a period of six weeks. ed as against said defendants and each seem
Service of this summons is made by
the year, and notwithstanding it is
of them and all of them and their heirs publication
R. H. S m ith ,
does not furnish evidence ol sincer­
in pursuance of an order
and assigns; that defendants, each and
J ohn F. H all ,
by the Hon. John F. Hall, Coun­
ity :
all of them, their heirs and assigns be made
J ames T. H all ,
ty Judge for Coos County, Oregon,
“I, 1!. W. Olcott, being lirst duly
Attorneys for Plaintiffs. forever enjoined and restrained from dated March 4th, 1912, directing that
setting up any claim of right, title, service thereof be made by publication
the young man should not lose
sworn, depose and say that I have made
estate, lien or interest in or to said real thereof in the Coquille Herald, a weekly
sight of the fact that his
the following contribution to promote
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
property or any portion theroof, and newspaper, published at the City of
the interest of Oswald West, candidate
that plaintiffs have such other relief Coquille, County of Coos, and State of
for governor at the recent election, to-
Notice
is
hereby
given,
by
Margaret
as to the court shall seem meet and Oregon,
w it:
once each week for a period of
A.
Hudson,
administratrix
of
the
estate
equitable.
To West Booster Club.
$1500
six weeks.
of
Joseph
I).
Hudson,
deceased,
that
will
not
be
fully
content
without
Service
of
this
summons
is
made
by
To JameH It, Coleman, chairman
50
A. J. SHERWOOD and
said administratrix did upon March publication in pursuance of an order
a suitable gift, preferably a
Subacrilted and sworn to before me at
L. A. LILJEQVIST,
21st, 1912, file her final account in the made by the Hon. John F. Hall, County
Salem, Oregon, this '.’3d day of Novem­
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
matter of said estate and that the Judge for Coos County, Oregon, dated
ber, 1910.
J. P. LINN,
Honorable Judge of the County March 7th, 1912, directing that service
Notary Public lor Oregon.”
NOTICE
OF
S
a LE OF TIDE LANDS
Court of Coos County, Oregon, made thereof be made by publication thereof
To those engaged, it is time to
an order on March 27th, 1912, fixing in the Coquille Herald, a weekly news­
Why should Olcott contribute
think of this matter. My experi­
Notice is hereby given that the State
May 6 th, 1912, at 1 o’clock p. m. as the paper published at the City of Coquille,
$1,550 to aid ill the election of a
ence along this line is at your
time and the Court House in the City Coos County, Oregon, once each week Land Board of the State of Oregon will
sell
to the highest bidder at its office in
command,
and
with
a
choice
stock
of Coquille, Coos County, Oregon, as the for a period of six weeks.
democratic governor and then ap­
from which to select, can please
the Capital Building at Salem, Oregon,
place for the hearing objections to said
A.
J.
SHERWOOD
and
peal to republicans to re-elect hint
the most exacting. Call and see
on May 28, 1912, at 10:00 o’clock a. m.,
final account and the settlemeat of said
I.. A. LILJEQVIST,
estate.
Attorneys for Plaintiffs. of said day, ail the State’s interest in
to the oflice the expenditure of
the tide and overflowed land hereinafter
Dated this 28th day of March, A. D.
which secured his appointment ?
described, giving however, to the own­
1912.
M argaret A. H udson ,
NOTICE OF SALE OF TIDE LANDS.
er
or owners of any lands abutting or
Administratrix.
Some people would call this “ nerve”
Notice is hereby given that the State fronting on such tide and overflowed
but we are inclined to designate it
Notice to Creditors
Land Board of the State of Oregon will lands preference right to buy said tide
as “ gall” of the most bitter type.
sell to the highest bidder at its office in land at the highest price offered, provid­
Notice is hereby given that the the Capital Building at Salem, Oregon, ed such offer is made in good faith, and
The Jeweler
It will not be swallowed by ttue and
undersigned has been duly appointed on June 10, 1912, at 10:00 o’clock A. M., also provided that the land will not be
administrator with the will annexed of said day, all the State’s interest in sold for, nor any offer therefor accept­
loyal republicans at the ballot box
REPAIRING
COQUILLE
of the estate of H. W. McClellan the tide ami overflow lands hereinafter ed, of less than $7.50 per acre, the
(whose full name is Hugh W. Mc­ described, giving, however, to the own­ Boad reserving the right to reject any
At the closing of the registration
Clellan, and who was sometimes known er or owners of any lands abutting or and all bids. Said lands are situated
as and called H. W. McClellan and also fronting on such tide and overflow lands, in Coos county, Oregcn, and described
books in the County Clerk’s office
H. W. McClellen), deceased, and that the preference right to purchase said as follows:
Beginning at a point on the U. S.
Saturday last 1861 Republicans had
all persons having claims against said tide and overflow lands at the highest
estate are hereby required to present price offered, provided such offer is Meander Line of Haynes Slough at the
regis'.ered The registration of
the same with the proper vouchers and made in good faith, and also providing northeast corner of Lot 4. Sec. 24, T. 24
voters last year prior to the primary
duly verified at the office of the under­ that the land will not be sold for, nor S. R. 13 W. of W. M., this point bear­
76“ 48' \ \ . 1017.0 feet from the
signed, in Coquille, Coos county, Ore­ any offer therefor accepted of less than ing
was, Republicans 1991; Democrats,
gon within six months from the date of $7 50 per ace, th* Board reserving the M. C. on west boundary of Lot 3, Sec.
665; Socialists, 313, a few scatter­
this notice.
right to rcj'-ct any and all bids. Said 19, T. 24 S. R. 12 W. of W. M. Thence:
East 165 feet between lots 4 and 5,
Dated this 14th day of March, 1912.
lands are situated in O003 County, Ore­
ing, making a total of 3,316. Clerk
to tow water line.
Is necessary in order
gon, and described as follows:
A. J . S herwood ,
S.
21' 53' W. 735 ft. along low water line.
Watson will not have the number
Beginning at a point on low' water
to ao
Administrator with will annexed of
S. 14’ 06' W. 310...........................
the estate of H. W. McClellan, deceased. line on t he left hank of Coal Bank Slough S. 34° 30' W. 310....................................
of registered voters for this year’s
which is situated North 68 ° 22' West
W . 430 ” “
“
“
“
primary election tooted up until to­
2405 feet from the meander corner on S. 66°
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
“
“
left
hank of Isthmus Slough on line Y N. S9’30'W. 520 “ “
night, but he predicts there will be
N.
61*
11'
W.
611.6
feet
along
low
water
tween Sections and 36 , T. 25 S., R.
line.
two hundred more Republicans on
Notice is hereby given that the under­ W. of W. M. and running thence along
signed,
Anna
Wilcox,
was
by
order
of
long water line up the left bank of Coal worth 265 feet to point on I'. S. Mean­
the roll this year than last with a
der Line and between lots 3 and 4.
the County Court of Coos County, in the Bank Slough as follows:
N. 37” E. 250 feet along U. S. Meander
corresponding increase in other
State of Oregon, duly made and entered
8. 59° 2 E. 75 feet
line.
no tbe2ndd*yof April, 1912, appointed
8 . 43 23' E. 96 feet
political faiths unless it be the
S. 72° E. 1,188 feet along U. S. Meander
administratrix of the estate of H. E. j
54. 6° 27 K. 108 feet
line.
Socialists and a few who still adhere
Wilcox, deceased.
S. 48 3 E. 88 feet
N. 22” 30' E. 1,152 feet along U. S.
All persons having claims against the j
S. 16s 51 W. 79 feet
to the :6 to 1 proposition. The
Meander line to place of iieginning,
i estate of the said II. E. Wilcox, deceased,
S. 33° - W. 13« feet
containing 19,102 acres, being tide
total registration of voters in Coos
We have the best
I are hereby required to present the same,
S. 40' 12 W. 385 feet
land fronting and abutting on Lot 4,
| with proper vouchers, to the under­
S. 37J h, W. 507 feet
county for 1910 was 4,031, of which ,
soap possible to
Sec. 24, T. 24 S. R. 13 W. of W. M.
signed, at the office of W. C. Chase,
N. 36° 47 W. 35 feet
Applications and bids should be ad- j
number 2,320 were Republicans,
get. We make it
attorney for the administratrix, at his
N. 6 “
E. 148 feet
dressed to G. G. Rrr>wn, Clerk of State |
office in the City of Coquille, Oregon, more oi les* to , ast boundary
753 Democrats. 382 Socialists, 335
ourselves f r o m
l.and Board, Salem,Oregon, and marked
within six months from the date of this of land deeded i.j the State oi
Independents, 36 Prohibition, 3
pure Coos County
notice.
A. A. Finch, S. F. Chadwick and Aaron “ Application and bid to purchase tide
lands.”
O .o BROWN,
Dated this 4th day of April, 1912.
Rose on July \ 1873, thence N. 20° E.
Populists. 2 Non-partisan, and 200
tallow.
Clerk ' tate l.and Board.
A nna W ilcox ,
873 feet along . ant boundary of above
Dated March 13, 1912.
refusing to state political designa­
Administratrix of the estate of tract, N. 49' 31 E. 295 feet more or less,
H. E. Wilcox, Deceased.
to the place of beginning, containing
tion. Taking the years 1908 and
7.59 acres of tide land, more or less,
G a rd e n F e rtiliz e r—Super Phos­
1910 as a criterion there should be
Stenography ana typewriting for fronting and abutting upon Lots 7 and 8
phate—the
best, cheapest and most
in the neighborhood of 5,000 reg­
business and professional men expe- of Sec. 35, T. 25 <. R. 13 W.
Applications and bids should be ad­ cleanly fertilizer known. For sale
istered voters in Coos county at
i ditiously transacted at the Herald dressed to U. <;. Brown, Clerk State.
in any quantity from ten pounds
the close of the registration books
office. All work entrusted to us Land Board, Salem,Oregon, and marked |
•‘Application and bid to purchase tide up.
J. E. QriCK
treated confidentially.
prior to the general election this
lands.”
G. O. BROWN,
-------- ■■ . -
rd.
Clerk
State
Land
B
------- -----------
fall
Disposition is a poor excuse.
Dated March 13, 1912.
Have you paid the printer?
rell,
H urry Up!
Plaintiffs,
Hurry Up!
O nly a Few Days More
A ND OUR big clearing sale
of Shoes will be over. We
have decided that in order to
push things, we will give our
customers the advantage of a
greater reduction than ever;
every shoe that we have on sale
will he sold for about one-third
its regular value.
We wish to announce that we
have just received a beautiful
assortment of dress silks, bor­
dered foulards, pongee, fancy
messalines, taffetas, and the big
varieties that go fo'm akeup’a
splendid silk department. Come
in and look them over while
you can get the style and color
that you want. Also a new assort­
ment of men and childrens hats.
Geo. A. Robinson
The CL_K. Creamery
Wants jour Liuteria* Mr Dairyman
and we w.sh to give you value
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COQUILLE, OREGON
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On Easy Payments
We Rent Records
June
Weddings
TWELVE DOUBLE RECORDS
(24 Selections)
LEAP YEAR
25 Cents Per Week
WIFE-TO-BE
ANDERSON
April Records Just Received.
Call and Hear Them
New and Second-Hand Goods
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Only is used to make the flour
which goes into our bread.
And the very best methods
only are employed to produce
both the flour and the bread.
You’ll like its taste still better
when you try it.
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For the amount of a bill, that forever ends any dispute
as to its payment.
For the cheek is a receipt that
cannot lie repudiated.
Checks are easier and cheaper
to send than cash too.
These are only two of the
many benefits of having an account here.
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