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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1912)
T he Coquille H erald i DftnOT rnn
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY *» DUUU 1 lU ll
AT GRAVEL FORD
SHERIFF’S SALE of REAL PROPERTY
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue
of an execution duly issued out of the
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
B R IN G Y O U R
for the County of Coos, and to me di
An open air ice cream Bocial will
| lie given next Saturday night in , stomach, nervousness,
upon a judgment and decree duly ren
dered, entered of record and docketed
Bennett’s Grove and the following: nausea, impure blood, and
in and by said court on the 3rd day of
more trouble than many
May, 1912, in a certain suit then in said
llN T I I liE K F P I ) ,I T S Quartette
court pending, wherein Julius Larson,
different kinds of diseases.
G. F. A. Male
ticularly and of Coos County generally. I
Herman Larson and Fred ¡.arson, co
The food you eat ferments
Subscription, »1.60 per year in advance ^
#f ^ > ^ Tr-fcUy Address
partners, doing business under the firm
In your stomach, and the
Recitation—Shears and Sawbuck
and style of Larson Dredging
Phone, Main 354.
poisons it forms are ab
Company, were plaintiffs and E. G.
Suies Conditions Existing Here
Flanagan, Annie Flanagan and John F.
Sleight of Hand
sorbed into your whole
Rich Farming Section
Hall were defendants in favor of plain
Bennett and Bennett
system, causing many dis
and against said defendants by
Dialogue—Jack and Cy in the Far West
tressing symptoms. At the
which execution 1 am commanded to
The following letter appeared in Trio
first sign of indigestion, try
sell the property in said execution mid
hereinafter described to pay the sum
the Cashmere Valley Record, pub Casting of yotes for Goddess of
due the plaintiffs of Twenty-one Hun
lished in the famous Wenatcbe Val Liberty. Additional features will be
dred Eighty and 58-100 dollars, with in
terest thereon at the rate of six per
ley of Washington, where the writer added this being only part of tbe
cent, per annum from the 3rd day of
formerly lived. Coming, ns it does, program
May, 1912, until paid together with the
costs and disbursements of said suit
from a source where mercenary mo After the program refreshments
tives do not play a part, but desiring will be served and every oDe who
costs and expenses of said execution.
I will on Saturday the 13th day of July,
to give friends the true status of cares to take part will be entertain
1912, at the hour of 10 o’clock a. m. of
our favored section, we are pleased ed with bonfire games. Admission
the old, reliable, vegetable
said day at the front door of the county
court house in Coquille, Coos county,
liver powder, to quickly
to give it space in our columns. The free. Come at 7:45 and leave wheo
Oregon, sell at public auction to the
cleanse your system from
letter follows :
you get ready no hour being set lor
highest bidder for cash in hand on the
day of sale, all the right, title, interest
Coquille, Ore., May 23, 1912. quitting. As has been stated votes
and estate which said defendants E. G.
Flanagan, Annie Flanagan and John F.
Editor Record :
To Sensor fybih; Speaking
Hall and all persons claiming under
In order to correct an erroneous so come prepared to vote for your
8 peaking on the streets of North
subsequent to the lien of plain
tiffs in, of and to said hereinafter de
sia and heartburn. Thedford’s
Bend by members of the I. W. W. impression being circulated by some favorite Already there is a hot con
Black-Draught, in small doses,
scribed real property.
or others cannot take place unless irresponsible parties in regard to test among several. A good refresh
cured my heartburn in a few
Said premises hereinbefore mentioned
are described in said execution as fol
the city officials know about it be
distress.” Try it.
lows, to-wit: Lot 24 in block 3, Lots
fore hand. This is the result of an this opportunity for the benefit of grounds. Every cent that comes in
1 and 2 in block 5, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and
6 in block 6 , and Lots 1, 2 and 3 in block
ordinance passed by the city coun
Insist on Thedford’s
11, in West Bunker Hill addition to the
cil which is similar to the plan columns of the Record (which is a have a good time.
Town of Marshfield, in Coos county,
THE JOLLY BAKER
adopted in some other ctites. The welcome visitor every week) to in Prof. Win. Coleman of Eastern
the successful baker. Our
Said sale being made subject to re
ordinance provides that anyone de form them of the true conditions in Oregon is spending his vacation
demption in the manner provided by * success is due to thu fact that
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. S
siring to make a public speech on Coos county.
we make the best bread in
Dated this 7th day of June, 1912.
town. Our motto is—first or
the streets must first receive a writ We are like Captain Burbank: we Coleman. Prof. Coleman went to
W. W. G ag «,
nobody. The finest flavor, the
Sheriff of Coos County, Oregon.
ten permit from the mayor ot the believe in boosting for our new Eastern Oregon some eight or ten
most perfect nourishment lie
city and the applicant must specify home, which we all like, but can still months ago where he has been em
In the C ircuit C ourt of the S tate of O re
our bread. Its moisture
exactly the hour and place of his boost for beautiful Cashmere, too ployed as principal of a large public
gon, for the C ounty of Coos
lasts longer than any other.
intended speech, and must also state
school. He is well pleased wilb
Celinia J. Schmidt
the text of the address he intends find all conditions, especially the that country but does not know
S uit in
to give. It is stated this measure climate and rainy season, a very definitely when be will return.
Paul Stephan, Prop.
was passed by the city to guard pleasant sutprise to us. From what Dorsey Bunch, who a short time
George William Schmidt | A D ivorce
against I. W. W. troubles should we had been told we did not expect ago underwent tbe amputation of a
To George William Schmidt, defendant
«[leakers of that order go there from to see the sun until spring but we toe, is just able to Walk a little now
the name of the State of Oregon:
had more sunshine than cloudy days. Herschel Bunch and Elijah Cul Same Old Place you In are
hereby required to appear and
We have had ruiu, but uot disagree bertson have spent some time lately
answer the complaint filed against you
A FAIR EXCHANGE
suit within ten
Come and See in days the from above the entitled
Petitions for Single Tax
able. We have been taking notes
date o* the service of
tbe.r horses for the fourth
wholesome, refreshing, nutri
Securing from the Supreme of other sections that have the same traimug
A good many ask them "what’s the
in this county, or if served within any
Notice of Final Settlement
sweetness for your money
Court a mandate directing Secretary rainy seasons and find that Coos rush.”
county of this state, then within
Notice is hereby given that the un other
is what you get when you order
twenty days from the date of the serv
ot State Olcott to file the petitions county is shead of other sections
ice of this summons upon you; and if
for Coos County, Oregon, her final ac you
Miller’s Ice Cream. In fact you
asking tor the initiation of a single and not so wet. Have less wind in A. R. Bennett left Tuesday for count
fail so to answer for want thereof,
the better of the bargain by
tax measure for Clackamas county, the Coquille valley than aDy place
tion of the estate of Henry G. Hatha the relief demanded in the complaint,
way, deceased, and that said court has a succinct statement of the relief de
W. S. U’Reu had the Secretary of we ever lived. At Bandon and make bis home.
deal. Order some today
Saturday the 6 th day of July, 1912, manded, is as follows: That the bonds
State, in the presence of the Gov Marshfield there is mure wind as Prof. Hammond dropped in a few as set the
and you simply cannot help
matrimony existing between the
the court house in Coquille City, of
ernor, go through the formalities of they get it direct from the ocean, minutes at Mr. Bennett's Monday at
agreeing with us.
plaintiff and defendant, be dissolved,
annulled and wholy held for naught,
having them filed. The Secretary but Coquille and valley are inland
that the plaintiff shall have the care,
of said estate.
ot State declined to file the petition just enough to escape the direct Prof. Hammond was engaged in and the settlement
custody and control of the minor chilli
Benjamin Schmidt mentioned in the
and mandamus proceedings to com winds, but yet get the benefit of the friends at the Ford were glad to see
Administratrix of the Estate of plaintiff’s
complaint, and for the costs
Henry G. Hathaway, deceased. and disbursements
pel him to do so were instituted in sea breeze, which makes the summers
of this suit.
for publication of this sum
the Supreme Court and recently de delightful. We were surprised to him.Mr. and Mrs. Cotton, Mrs. Moser
was made the 10th day of June,
cided in favor of the single tax ad see how quickly the mud dries in and daughter Clara, and others Notice is hereby given that the un mon«
1912, by John F. Hall, county judge of
vocates. Mr. U’Ren declared that the spring.
spent a pleasant Sunday at Fox dersigned has been duly appointed ad Coos county, Oregon, and that the said
shall be published in the
ministratrix of the estate of Ida summons
in addition to Clackamas two other Mr. Johnson says this couutry for Bridge.
Herald, a newspaper published in Coos
counties, Multnomah and Coos, general farming, especially dairying
Oregon, for a period of six
all persons having claims against said county,
The date of the first publica
is expected here at any time to estate
are required to present the weeks.
R E N O W N E D — RELIA B LE
would fiile petitions with the Sec' for which it is ideal, is far ahead of let
13th day of June, 1912,
same, duly verified and with the proper and of the the
publication on the 25th
retary of State asking for the ini other sections where we have been visit relatives.
vouchers therefor, to the undersigned day of July, last 1912,
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at the office of A. J. Sherwood, in Co quired to answer on, and or defendant
tiation of a single tax law, and de as Cashmere is in raising apples.
Surveyors at Work
before said 2 oth
Coos County, Oregon, within six day of July, 1912.
W IL L A M E T T E
clares that the prospects look bright With the assurance of railroads now A party of railroad surveyors, quille,
months from the date of this notice.
for their passage.
people are coining into the country, about twenty in number passed
Attorney for Plaintiff
E lmira J. L afferty .
but we cannot expect to judge the through Itoaeburg quite recently Administratrix of the Estate of Ida
A most magnificent booklet from country and see the many undevel
Adalade Lafferty, deceased-
Notice of Final Settlement
is hereby given that the under
the press of Abbott & Duniwav oped opportunities by just a hurried for points south of that city where
$6 to $20
signed has filed in the County Court for
Company, Portland, issued by the trip through it, for there is Ban Ion they are surveying. Inasmuch as I am now Notice
Oregon Agricultural College is upon tbe sea, a live seaport town with tbe surveyors demanded certain 1912 assessment to all taxpayers in in the matter of the administration of
estate of Charles Gage, deceased,
tools stored in North Roseburg sev Coos county. This copy is for the infor the
our table. It is “dedicated to the by
and that said Court has set Saturday,
work of dignifying and elevating fine summer resort; Marshfield, a are in the employ of the Coos Bay should be retained for future reference. the 6 th day of July, 1912, as the day,
the County Court room at the court
any errors exist they will be and
the industries, of uniting lenrniug lively city on Coos Bay with a great Boise & Eastern Railroad, which Should
house in Coquille City, C»os county,
Oregon, as the place for hearing objec
and labor.” The printers certainly
project was in course of promotion known to me.
especially for one of the best at
to said final account and the set
T. J. T hrift , Assessor. tions
did their part in dignifviug the “art future
tlement of said estate.
this 5th day of June, 1912.
preservative” and the words chosen
county seat of Coos county, sit Several of the surveyors appear FO R SALE, or Trade for Real
W ard C. G age ,
in portraying the varied subjects the
Administrator of the Estate of
conversant with the lay of tbe land Estate—Three geldings and one
Charles Gage, deceased.
taught at our highly valued college center of a rich farming section and in this locality, indicating that they mare, ranging from 900 to 1200
show scholarly attainments. The the making of n beautiful city. Tbe are in possession of profiles and pounds; age from 6 to 8 years; all Stenography ana typewriting for
documents compiled by their broke to work and ride. A special business and professional men expe
work consists of (¡4 pages, printed
valley is forty miles long other
upon calendered paper, with beauti Coquille
ditiously transacted at the Herald
price for two weeks.
the soil cannot be excelled any
All work entrusted to us
ful half tones on every page illus and
Pacific Real Estate Co. office.
trating the grounds and work of the where.
Myrtle Point, at tbe head of navi Amateur night at the Scenic
students in various capacities. It gation
Coquille river, is a Monday evening last was well pat"
reliects credit not only upon the in- live town. on the
Coquille river , has ronized and everybody was highly
but the state of Oregon tide water to Tbe
Point, and not- pleased with the superb moving \
as well. ______________
. , . .. the erroneous
A LL NEXT WEEK------At SCENIC THEATER
reports pictures and the music by the Scenic
The Gold Beach Globe says Sam- "><it ll»T«
to U8 in regard to orchestra. The one-act playet en
uel Van Pelt in doing missionary j our pl®ce 1 wish to say they are un- titled “Sisters Act” by two young
of our city was admirably
work for the cause of socialism ;'rue; we are well pleased and we ladies
elicited a pro
found ‘‘fifty-seven varieties” in that j are n°t afraid to have any of our longed encore. and Beginning
section and is having trouble in get- j Cashmere friends come and see it. day, June 17 , Walters & McKen
zie’s Merry Makers will render
ting them to harmonize.
I' w*0 ',ear inspection.
People are now busy with straw comedy and . dramatic playlets,
moral and refined vaudeville,
Selected Young Stock For Sale.
berry picking. Tbe Warrens are clean,
two performances each evening
I have io head of yearling» and all pleased and doing well here, also during
tbe entire week These ac
two 2 year old beilers for sale. This j W. B I’belpa who says he has found tors need no introduction having
stock is grade Holstien that I raised | just the place he likes. We would been here on former occasions, and
from the best of the cows from my be pleased at any time to have our doubtless they will be greeted
herd of 50 . I raised them expect Cashmere friend« visit us and enjoy niRhtly by a throng of theatre
ing to use them myself for dairy the many pleasures we have here, j 8 oerS- _______ ________
purposes. If you want heavy pro We have good fishing at our boat} Mrs. M. A. McLaughlin, 512 Jay St.,
ONLY 3 5 C
l.aCross. Wis., writes that she suffered
ducing cows buy these heifers. See i landing, besides there is a fish boat all
kinds of pains in her back and hips
me at once.
j. C. W alling . comes lrom Ban >u every week sell- on account ot kidney trouble and rheu
Comedians, Singers and Dancers
Remember we are still giving a good double
“ I got some of Foley Kidney
ing sea fish, dams ami oysters.
in a repertoire of high class 1-act
Fills and after taking them for a few
disc graphophoue record when your cash
FO R SA LE-
purchase amounts to 15.00, by the payment
Comedies and Dramas
home, with six
of 85 cents extra. A good assortment to
bottom, about twenty bearing trees. | wish also to say we have good
select from. A full and complete line of
Also Clean, Moral and Refined
Located close to school house. ¡‘fiU
,herf, f'M • »«**«■ * H
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Floue, Feed,
D $ 4 M
n n Cjood j terms. See
I'ave to «ell. M .....
rs . H L J ohnson
I ,Z t 5U.
j Span of geldings, age 7 and 8 ,'
Lard, Etc. See ug before buying Economy
Helped to Keep Down Expenses weight aliout 29 hundred, color bay.
Mrs J E. Henry. Akron. Mich , tells For particulars write undersigned
and three Reels of the best motion
wm bothered with Arson nr nhnn#> p 0. m. . 0 _
pictures. Program changed daily.
than one case of rheumatism in ten re- my kidneys and had to go nearly double. ®l Arago, or phone I a. mers 7 XX 2 .
quires any internal treatment whatever. ^ tried a sample of holey Kidney Pills t) II Aasen.
All that is needed is a free application ¡*n<i they did me so much good that I
of Chamberlain’« Liniment *nd mas-
’ Rn(1 £e*l,,t*lat they A sprained ankle mav as a rule be
«aging the parts at each application. saY,ed me abigdoctor s bill
cured In from three to four days by ap-
Try it and see how quickly it will relieve * ™ “ le b.v F uhrman s Pharmacy. plying chamberlain's Liniment and
with each bottle,
Have you paid the printer r
For sale the
Entert*I as second class matter May
8, 190ft. at the poet office at Coquille,
Oregon, underact of Congress oi March
WALTER lîrÂCKERM À N, Publisher
coos county '
P A IN T IN G
1 Black-Draught 1
lie will cure them
to stav cured
Coquille : - : Oregon
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