Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, April 01, 1913, Image 2

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    creased on the dnrk side. Not un- j
SU M M ON S
til both sides were equally well
Iu the Circuit Couit o t the 9t«te o!
Oiegou for the County of Coes
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY lighted was a commercial equilibri­
um established ou that particular sec­
Y ou can stop that a w fu l Itch fro m p ointed, d o not m ake the m istak e o f
H. L. Carl.
1
Entered as second class matter May
eczem a and o th e r skin tro u b le s in tw o reru sln g to try this so o th in g wash. A ll
Plaintiff.
8 , 1905. at the post oltice at Coquille, j tion of Euclid Avenue. Similarly, | secon d s. *
o th e r d ru g g is ts keep this D.D.D. P re­
Seems too go o d to he true— but It is s crip tio n — g o to them i f you ca n 't
Oregon, under act of Congress ol March Minnesota street, between Fourth
true, and wn vouch for it.
liana K. Reed, Christina Oil­
co m e to us—-hut if you com e to our
S, 1879.
Just a fe w d rop s o f the sim ple, cool* s to r e w e w ill g iv e you the lirst dollar
man and Lena Hall, formerly
and Seventh streets, in St. Paul, j
ln g wash, the D.D.D. P re s crip tio n f o r b o ttle on ou r p o sitiv e no p a y gu aran ­
Lena Thelin, including all the
was transformed from a gloomy
eczem a, and the itch s to p s instantly. tee, that D.D.D . w ill stop the itch at
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
heirs at law of Oloff Heed, (also
W e g iv e you enough to p ro v e It fo r 60 once.
thoroughfare, flanked by dilapidated cents.
known as Olaff Reed or Oiloff
D.D.D. S oap keeps tho p ores h ea lth y;
Devoted to the material and social
Reed). Deceased, the unknown
Now, i f you have tried a g re a t m any usk us ubout It.
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par­ structures into a prosperous street
cu re s f o r eczem a und have been disap­
heir* of Nickalui Heed, (ul o
C. J. F U H R M A M , Druggist
ticularly and of Coos County generally. iu which new buildings took the
known as Nickolia Reed) De­
Subscription, $1.80 per year in advance
ceased, Asu Myers, Andrew
place of the old— a result accom­ the captain’s room. A very com-,
Marshfield for Portland also. They Hoover, YVtllis A. Hoover,
Laura Kohison, Aaron J. My­
plished entirely by street lighing.
Phone Main 354 .
(iu bulk)
plete system of ship’s telegraph has will go to Carltou and other places ers, All)ert Myers, John E.
Three bundled cities iu the United
Myers, Ed. J. Myers, Lucious
been installed.
to visit, before they return.
L. Myers, Ralph A. Myers,
States and Cauada have tried or­
SQUINT-EYED JUSTICE
The Grace Dollar is 230 feet long,
Miss Lydia Dodge, who has beeD Daisy Clinton and Mary Murry,
namental
street
lighting
and
have
(Sioux City News)
40 foot beam and 16 teet depth ol spending the past two years iu Los including all the heirs at law of
Hoover, deceased, Price
Joe Ettor, for leading the Law­ found that it pa>s as a municipal hold and has a gross tonnage of Angeles Cal, returned tbir week on Aaron
8 . Robison, Jesse D. Clinton
investment,
as
well
as
in
heightened
and S. L. Lafferty and his wife,
1327 tons. She is under the com­ a visit.
rence textile workers’ strike was
(for treating seed before planting)
H
Amelia Lafferty, Jennie Schet-
seized at midnight on a trumped up cvic pride, in greater prestige and mand of Captain Fosen. a gentle­
Our business meu are making ter, Albert Thelin, Welter
B
charge, rushed to prison, denied therefore, in better citizenship.
man who has been in the service on quite a member of improvements, Thelin, Alice Baldwin, Alonzo
£
Thelin and Arthur Thelin in­
Cities,
like
human
beings,
are
bail and kept iu solitary confine­
the coast since 1880. Most of his among them are a plate glass front cluding all the heirs at law of
i-
ment lor ten months, until released judged by impressions. The fleet­ experience has been in the lumber in tbe Spire Pharmacy and one in John Thelin, Deceased, Anne
I
Berklow, widen? of 8 . 8 . Berk*
ing
glimpse
of
town
caught
from
(for spraying fruit trees)
carrying trade and be is thoroughly Perkins Drug store.
by an honest jury.
low, Deceased, James H. Bark
5
the
windows
of
a
railroad
train
That was an example of how the
w
familiar wiih the conditions to be
Miss Kate Fasker will fill Miss low, Sarah Randelman, Nathan
E. Barklow, John D. Berklow,
law cau be used by the powerful to that stops for a few minutes at a met with.
Miller’s position in tbe Home Tele Laura Broadbent, Bertha Snell,
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station leaves an indelible impres­
aid the side with money.
phone office until Miss M. returns. and Alta Abbott, including all
the heirs at law of S. S. Bark-
sion
upon
tbo
traveler.
If
he
sees
But when William M. Wood,
Eugene Substitutes
Observer
low, Deceased» Edward Rack-
leff, Ralph R. Rackleff, Charles
head of the bloated woolen trust, nothing but for bidding gloom,
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Coffee Club for Saloon
Rackleff, George Keckleff, Ly­
was indicted on the charge of hav­ punctuated by an occasional flicker­
man Rackleff, Owen Rackleff,
Annie Lehmanowsky, E l l e n
ing conspired with others to "plant” ing gas lamp, he inevitably sets
The University ot Oregon sends
Angel, Rose Butler, Frank
down
that
community
as
third-rate
enough dynamite to blow Lawrence
out the following: University ol
Tripp, Oil ie Shaw, Rachael
municipality; if he catches a glimpse
Schroeder, Rose Sowash, Laura
off the map, how was he treated?
Oregon, Eugene, March 19— Why
Huntley, Emily C. Schuinackcr,
The authorities let him pick his of a main street ablaze with light, has the saloon such a strong hold
Beatrice Beattie, Mary Simons,
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
here business
George Clark, and Edward
time to receive and respond to the be knows that
on the communities where if exists?
Services Sunday at 11 a. 01 and Clark, including all the heirs at
warrant. On a pleasant morning thrives. Gloom means dirt, squalor, Does it represent nothing but a 7:30 p. m.
law of William Rackleff, (also
known as William Rackliff) De­
he came to the court house in one stagnation light mbans activity, in­ perverted taste? Has the saloon
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
ceased,
and also all other |>er-
dustry,
life.
From
the
lighting'of
a
Frank II. Adams, Pastor.
ot his numerous automobiles; chat­
some functions which are left un­
sons or parties unknown claim­
city
its
charactor
can
invariably
ing any right, title, e&late, lien,
ted gaily with a high priced lawyer
performed in a dry town, and which
or interest in the real estate de­
Christian Science Society
while the clerks were fixiug the bail be deduced.
ought to be provided for in some
scribed in the complaint herein,
Corner Third and Hall streets.
Defendants.
papers, laid down five crisp ftooo
other way if the saloon is abolished?
Services at 11 a m next Sunday
Teachers
Engaged
bills, and then rode merrily away.
Eugene, the seat of the state Uni­ Subject lesson sermon "Matter."
To Lena Hall, Alonzo Thelin, Arthur
Thelin, Albert Thelin, Walter Thelin.
The only charge against Ettor
versity, answers that when the
Wednesday evening meetiug 7 : 30 . Alice Baldwin, Andrew Hoover, Mary
County School Superintendent
was that by impromptu speeches he
saloon is abolished it is well to pro­
Murry, Bertha Snell, Ollie Shaw, Emily
C. Schumacker, Beatrice Beattie, Marv
had incited violence. This, despite Baker gives out the lollowing list vide a substitute for its social being.
M. L Church
Simons, George Clark, Edward Clark,
the fact that all the violence there of contracts for teaching of schools A "Coffee Club'’ has been opened
Rose Sowash, Annie Lehmanowsky, and
Sunday school at i o a m
in
the
rural
districts,
that
have
Bible study aud prayer meeting tbe unknown heirs of Nickalai Heed,
was at Lawrence, except what was
and much o( the work involved
and
also all other persons or parries
made by the police themselves, been filed with him:
will be done by students in the so­ Thursday even ing at 7 : 30 .
unknown claiming any right, title,
Ladies’
A id meets for business estate, lien, or interest iu the real
District
No.
4,
Blanche
Moore;
would hardly have disturbed a Sun­
ciology department of the Univer­
That’s what all our customers say who have tried it
next Thursday afternoon wilh Mrs. estate herein described, Defendants.
No. it , Mrs. Emma E. Eatson;
day school picnic.
sity.
In the Name of the State of Oregon :
H . L. John son
you and each of you are hereby notified
But the "planters” of that dyna­ No. 24, Dollie Robbins; No 26, R
A S K Y O U It G H O C K 11 F O R IT
The club has already become pop­
that the plaintiff, I L L . Oarl, lias com­
mite, whoever they were, deliber­ R. Bennett; No. 29, Eva Pruner; ular place. Loggers from the camps
menced a suit in the Circuit Court of
M. L Church South
the State of Oregon, for Coos C ount),
Services n ext Su nday as usual
ately endangered thousands of lives, No. 34, Mis. Jessey Huntley; No. on the Siuslawand McKenzie rivers
against you, impleaded wilh others,
37,
Della
Bryant;
No.
38,
Inez
Sunday
school
at
to.
a
m.
tried to discredit a righteous cause
residents of Eugene, aud laboring
ami that in pursuance of an order made
Epwoith League at 6:45 p m.
VVillits;
No.
40,
Agnes
Keating;
and entered in said cause and court by
and deserve as fully the stern hand
men from all parts of the world are
D IS T H IIIU T O R S
Honorable John S. Coke, Presiding
You are in vited to be present
of the law as did those ironworkers No. 45, Abe Huenergardt; No. 48, to be found there, and among them
Judge
of said Court, on the 31st day of
C. H. C l k a v e s , Pastor.
Coquille, Oregon
Mrs. Mable Minard; No. 52, Chole are the students, anxious not only
March, 1913, you and each of you are
convicted at Indianapolis.
hereby required to appear in said cau-e
Phone
H
om
e
1 11
F arm ers 4 8 3
The trial of Wood may show, as Buell; No. 55, Elsie G. Philpott; to help along the good work, but
8 T. JAMES EPISCOPAL.
and court and answer the complaint of
Services first and third Sundays the plaintiff tiled therein, on or before
Ettor’s trial showed, that when a No. 58 Ebba Wiren; No. 66. Stella to learn at first hand the world
six weeks irom the lirst publication of
Sunday school this summons, which first publication
case gets to a jury there is a good Wicklund; No. 75, S. S. Darnell; which they are studying in theory o ( each month.
No.
79,
Belva
Flanagan;
No
84,
will be upon the 1st day of April, 1913,
every Sunday at 10 a. m.
in the class room.
prospect of justice. But no jury
and that for want of answer theieto, on
You are hraitlly wile at .
The University Y . M. C. A . is
verdict will temove the memory of Hilda Monsan.
or before said time, the plaintiff will
apply to tlie court lor the relief de­
the discrimination showed during
backing the “ Coffee Club” because .JUiftA-i- n*1 V ' . W it M I, VI \ I .
manded in the Complaint, a succinct
Let ’Em Go to Sea
of the good the students can do
preliminary process of these typical
statement of which is as follows: that
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
it
he declared and adjudged that the
there; the department of sociology
cases. The American people are
Sunday school at 10 a m.
plaintiff is the owner in fee simple of
Branded logs escaped from the
favors
it
because
of
the
real
educa­
tired of squint-eyed justice.
Christian F.udeavor at ( 1:30 p. in. the following described real estate,
The place to buy your lunch goods. Our Bread is
owner’s boom aud floating down
in Coos County, State of
tion the boys can absorb from con­
Prayer meeting, Wednesday even­ situated
Oregon,
tovvit:
unexcelled.
Yours for your own good,
the river, do not become abandon­
tact with the toil-worn men who ing of each week at 7 : 30 .
The Southeast >4 of .Section 6 T. 29
MONEY VALUE OF STREET ed property and are not subject to
You are cordially invited to all South, Range 12 VVest of the W illam­
are the real builders of the west.
ette Meridian, in Oregon, containing
LIGHTING
be salvaged by outside parties.
bese se rvires.
Many students, attracted by the
T. B. McDonald, Minister 160 acres.
In view of the improvement that This is the decision gained by the
Also. Beginning at the N. W. corner
cheapness of the good food cflered
of Jesse D. Clinton’s land, the same
has been made in the lighting of Log Salvage Association on the
are taking their meals at the “ Coffee
being situated 608.3 feet South and
Ooquille’s business streets, the 13th in the courts at St. Helens.
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE— One 234.2
feet East of the corner of Sections
Club.”
following from are ctut number of This association regards the decision
good second hand Rambler Run­ 5, 6 , 31 and 32 Tow nships 28 and 29
South, Range 12 West of the Willam­
the Scientific American will be of in­ as ol the greatest importance to
about. $165 00 if taken at once. ette
Meridian, Coon County. Oregon,
Myrtle Point Pointers
and running thence South parallel with
Inquire of W. C. Rose.
terest: The most prosperous, the the mill owners and loggers of the
the line between said Suctions 5 and 6
most talked-of street in the western state. The decision is founded ou
of T. 29 S., R. 12 VVest 3292 feet to the
Mrs Cbas. Adams and daughter,
quarter quarter section line running
hemisphere is, Broadway,
New, the provisions of the state law re­
Obituary
Mrs Lester Dement,
went
to
East and West through the S. W. *4 of
York. Electric lighting made it so. lating to branded logs. An act
said Section 5, thence West 244.2 feet
Marshfield Friday. Mrs Dement
to
the line between said Sections 5 and
Its millions of electric bulbs stand passed by the Legislature this year
(Contributed)
to take Steamer Saturday for Port­
6 at the quarter quarter section corner;
for business enterprise, wealth, makes it a misdemeanor, punish­
thence North along said section line 1320
MR. OLE SAMUELSON
land, where she goes on a visit.
prosperity. That good street light­ able by a fine not to extend $300
to the 24 section corner; thence
Mr. Ole Samuelson passed away feet
Mrs Chester Lee and Miss Cecil
West 660 feet to the line between Carl
ing means dollars and cents to a or imprisonment not to exceed one
Miller took the Steamer from at tbe home of his sister Mrs. O. O and S. L. Laferty; thence North parallel
with the section line between the land
community, the city of Cleveland year, tor any one to interfere in
Lund of West Coquille, March 19 , of S. L. Laferty and Carl and P. S.
has demonstrated to its own satis­ any manner with branded logs.
1913 , after a long illness of two Robison and Carl 2640 feet to the line
between Twpt» 28 and 29 s., R. 12
faction. A few years ago the North This statute, however, will not be
months. He was born in Norway West; thence East along T. line 423 feet
side of Euclid Avenue, between in torce until the end of the 90 days’
June 25 , 1854 , being at tbe time of to the S. E. corner of Robison lan d;
thence North 36 degrees E. along the
East Fifty-fifth and East Sixth-sixth term.— Coos Bay News.
bis dismiss 58 yr. 9 months 13 days line as now fenced between the lands of
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streets, installed a block of orna­
Carl and Robison 1230 feet, more or
old.
The Grace Dollar
less, to low water line of Coquille River;
mental street fixtures. The result
The cause of bis death is attri­ thence Southerly along low water up
■ ■ a
was magical. That si de of the
buted to heart trouble, from the stream to a point due East of begin­
The Baudon Recorder gives the
ning; thence West 350 feet to the place
street wns crowded; the other side,
effects
of which he had been grad­ of beginning, being a part of Lot 8 of
following description of the Grace
deserted. Real estate values in-
ually faling in health for two years. Section 31 and a part of Lot 1 of Section
Dollar, the new lumber carrying
32of T. 28 South, Range 12 West and a
craeed on the illuminated and de-
Mr. Samuelson, in company with part of Sections 5 and 6 T. 29 S., R. 12
steamer just placed on the run to
his sister came to the United States W. Containing 75.76 acres aud con­
this port:
taining in all 235.76 acres, more or less.
in 1887 and went direct to Bancroft, Save and except from the above de- I
The Grace Dollar carries a crew
scribed
lend one acre heretofore sold by
OregoD, to join an older brother
of 25 men The accommodations
j H. L. Carl to School District No. 80 as I
Louis
Samuelson,
who
about
23
for the officers and crew are superior
| follows: Beginning at a point on North
years ago preceded him to the great line of the County Road 494 leet South |
to those found on some boats for the
| and 217 feet East of the 14 section j
Beyond. Mr. Samuelson owned a j corner between Sections 5 and 6 above j
passengers. The officers cabins are
ranch at Bancroft and bad resided mentioned and ranging thence .v 87)4
large aud neatly fitted out. Each
! degrees W. along North side of County !
there until last fall when ho came ; Road 268.7 feet; thence North 14 de- j
cabin has electric light. There is a
to West Coquille. His many friends grees E 183.4 feet; thence South 67V& !
hot and cold shower bath. The
degrees E. 217 feet; thence South to !
of
that region will be pained to place of beginning.
dining room is commodious aud is Big Ben, he’ ll call you
And that you, and each of you, have
hear his death.
artistically panneled. There is a on the dot at any time
no estate, right, title, or interest what - 1
Deceased was a member of the ever in or to said premises, or any part I
Notice to Creditors
large skylight affording a good
Notice
you say.
Lutheran Church having j »ined it thereof, and also that you, and each | Notice is hereby given that the
light.
every one of you, he forever de- \
j County Court o f the State o f Oregon,
And if you roll over and when a small boy. He had no fear and
Notice is hereby given by the under­
The kitchen is also roomy and is
barred from asserting any claim what- j for Goos County, has appointed the
ever
in
or
to
said
land
or
premises
ad-
1
| undersigned executor o f the last will o f signed, that at a regular meeting o f
of dentil for he had kept Jesus as
well fitted out. The ice chest has a try “ just-one-m ore-nap,”
the
common council o f the City o f Cn-
verse to the plaintiff, and for such 1 Moses A. Welch, deceased, to adminis-
Elastic bands of
he’ ll repeat his call 30 sec­ his kind friend and savior through other‘And
quille, to be held on the 21 st day o f
special
compartment
for
meat.
In
further
relief
as
to
the
Court
j , ter the said estate.
Lattikopt Wek-
may seem equitable.
All persons having claims against the April, 1912. in said City o f Coquille, a
this compartment cau be stored 4 onds later and keep on call­ his entire life time.
biiif across kips
said estate are required to exhibit the petition will be presented to said com ­
Dated this 1st day of April, 1913.
ing
until
you’
re
wide
Througa all the weeks of his
I tous ot meat.
and upper limbs
same with the necessary vouchers to mon council praying for the vacation o f
L A. R oiikrts ,
that part or portion o f Burn’ s Avenue
awake.
|
the undersigned at Lampa, Oregon.
Attorney
for
Plaintiff.
prodace extreme
illness
and
days
of
intense
suffer­
The engine and boiler room are
situate, lying and 1 icing between blocks
Residing at Myrtle Point, Oregon.
! Coquille, Oregon, March 7, 1913.
slenderness
seven and eight o f Barrow and Strang's
ing he never complaiued, which
well ventilated aud well lighted.
Big
Ben
stands
7 inches tall—
GEO. C. WELCH.
when yon stand
Executor Estate o f Moses A. Welch, addition to the City o f Coquille, a c­
The equipment includes two 400 He’ s heavy, massive, handsome. showed the nature of bis cbsiacter
cording to the recorded plat o f said ad­
and perfect ease
Deceased.
3-ll-5t
He’
s
got
a
great,
big
dial
you
can
dition; said vacation o f said street so
He
was
unmarried
and
besides
horse power Scotch marine boilers, '
when you sit
prayed for. extending from the North
easily read in the dim morning his sister Mrs O. O. Lund of this
Notice to Creditors
down.
; licensed to carry a pressure of 190 j
line o f Nosier street and hetween said
light, a sunny deep toned voice
Notice
is
hereby
given
that
the
blocks seven and eight to the South
j pounds to the inch. Compound ex- you’ ll hear distinctly on your t’cep- city, he leaves a brother io Norway, i
undersigned
has
been
duly
appointed
ex-
line o f Sanford street in said addition.
To SAVE LITTLE CHICKS 11
together
with
a
number
of
sorrow­
| pansion cyliuders 13 by 30 and 24 1 iest mornings.
le cu to ro f the Last Will and Testament of Said petition will also pray for the
and help them to grow into h ij, I I
NEMO
C __
Joseph C. Varney, deceased, and all vacation o f the alley in said block seven
ing friends to mourn his sad dismiss.
I stroke, 125 revolutions to the min-j
strong, healthy birds, F E E D
| |
auto -
w ith DOUBLE
I’ ve placed him in the window
1 persons having claims against the estate and for the vacation o f the alley in said
The futieial services were con­
ute drive the propeller.
Look at him whenever you go by
I o f said deceased are hereby required block eight. Said street or portion
(itmtits /ASTIK DPS
to present them with the proper vou­ thereof, and said alleys so sought to be
/ I M 5 HA P IN O
ducted from the Ellingsons Unde­ Diamond Chick Food
100 barrels a day are required as J
chers within six months from the date vacated, are to be vacated by said com ­
Our nam e and trade mark on every
taking parlors, March 20 , 1913 , Rev
fuel foi the boilers.
The high \
o f this notice to the undersigned e x­ mon council to school district No. 8 , o f
original package.
Lastikop* Webbing is the ONI Y
M A D E O N L Y B Y
ecutor at the office o f J. J. Stanley in Coquille, Coos County, Oregon for
Frank H Adams delivering th
pressure oil burner system has been
elastic fabric in existence that
the City o f Coquille, County o f Coos school purposes.
P
o
r
t
l
a
n
d
n ever loner; itn elanlicity.
sermon
and
tbe
remains
were
laid
, installed.
and State o f Oregon.
Z. C. STRANG
Fine white coutil; medium bust,
S e e d C o .'
Dated this 4th day o f March, 1913.
C. R. BARROW
to rest in the Masonic cemetery to
The pilot house and chart room
j j e r ^ o n ^ s k ir t ^ iz e ^ t H j^ t h ^ ^ ^
Portland, Ore«
3-4-6t
ANGUS W. VARNEY,
B. H. BURNS
The Jeweler
await the Resurrection of the Last
has speaking tubes connecting with
Executor o f the Last Will and Testa­
C. E. NILES
Write
Today
for
Catalog
No.
232
ment
o
f
Joseph
C.
Varney,
Deceased.
3
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18
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4
t
Petitioners.
Great
Day.
1 engine room, the wireless room, and C O Q U I L L K , O R E G O N
The Coquille Herald
Instant Relief from Eczema
F armers , A t t e n t io n !
G R A SS SEEDS
CORN
VETCHES
G A R D E N SEEDS
O N IO N S E T S
FORM ALDEHYDE
L IM E & S U L P H U R
S O L U T IO N
S Q U I R R E L P O IS O N
ST O C K F O O D
P O U L T R Y FOOD
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
COQUILLE CHURCHES
K
n o w l t o n ' s
D rug S
tore
LIB B Y’S M ILK
“L ib b y’s Evaporated M ilk
is positively the very best
canned milk on the m arket”
Nosier §c Norton
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C O O K BROS.
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CLEANLINESS
Is an important factor
in a Grocery Business
of the first class. W e
m ake a point of abso­
lute cleanliness in the
store and in the stock
NEW!
TRY
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SCHROEDER
LYONS & JONES
FLOUR
Drane's Store
Leave
your call with
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