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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1913)
The Coquille Herald
were only a bunch o; guzziegushers daughter, Mrs. Roy Shull and will
Said Frank Burkholder •• the owner
of toe legal title ot I he
for $mith-power$”? Is it intended probably be gone the rest of the
property as the same appears of record,
P P B IJS H B D I.N h KY TUESDAY
COQUILLE CHURCHES naioeel are hereby further notified above
th at I
shall back a publisher up in refer- Miss Hazel Neal who went to
J. J. Manley will apply to the ( ircuit
Filtered aa itecoml cla.a m atter May
C ourt of the Count) ami State.a(oresaid
8, 1905. at the poet office at Coquille, ing to a body of fellow citizens of Bandon, camping with Miss Elsie
A Pure Oil
» decree foreclosing the urn against
Oregon, under act of Congress ol March of fairly good reputation as "a pack and Eva Lewellen, returned Tues Services Sunday at 11a. m. and lor
the property shove described, and men
of criminals and snarling outlaws?” day, the others coming on Friday. 7:30 p. m.
tioned in said certificate. Ami yon are
for Salad Dressing
1 hereby summoned to appear within
Is the law behind a*, publishers, in Dr. S. C. F.ndicott and family Suuday School at 10 a. m.
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
sixty days after the first publication of j
leferring to the tbiuk-tauks ot our motored up from Handon last Sun
, this summons exclusive ol the day of
Devoted to the m aterial and social
said first publication, ami defend tills
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par fellow-citizens who stand as well in day, returning the same day.
action or pay the am ount due aa above
M. L Church
ticularly and of Coos County generally. the community as we do, as "stupid
shown together with costs ami accrued
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance ignorant and infamous brains of the Several business changes are Sunday school at 10 a. m.
interest and in case of your failure to
so, a decree will lie rendered forc-
place Cooley and Farley Preaching at 11 a m. and 8 p. m do
£inith-power$ hellions of Marsh- taking
the lien of said taxes and costs
Phone Main 354.
Prayer meeting Thursdays at clo-ing
against the land and premises alsjve
50c $ 1.00
\ This summons is published by order
There is no more Important or Utiles.« we can answer "yes" to in the near future. The Hub
Christian Scieace Society
ganization in any small town than all these, then the section of the Clothing store will move into their
the County Court of the State of
Corner Third and Hall streets. ! \ of Oregon,
for the County of Coos, and
the fire department, yet there is statute above quoted does not apply new quarters the first of August.
sai l order was made ami dated this
none in which it is more difficult to to this case and our over cautious Jack Abbott, who has been sick ^ Subject lesson sermon, “Truth.” 1 27tli
of May, 1918, and tlie date ol
keep up at all times a lively inter | friend is advised to pursue his re for a long time is very much im Wednesday evening meeting S: 00 . the firat publication of thi- summons is
est. It is only when a fire starts searches a little farther among the proved and able to be around town,
the :trd dsy of June, 1913.
All process and papers in this pro Oregon, you are hereby notified that for naught.
that every citizen suddenly begins dusty tomes of the law, and come walking several blocks every day.
M. L Church South
ceeding may I k ? reived up 11 the under you are required to appear ami answer 2. That the plaintiff lie allowed to
to feel an intense interest in the ef I again.
signed residing within the State of the complaint filed against you in the resume her maiden name, Gesina
F. E. Soutbmayd one of our pro Sunday school at to. a m.
Oregon, at the address hireafter men above entitled suit, in which Gesina Hansen.
ficiency of the fire department—and i If he will look on page fourteen gressive
J. J. STANLEY, Massip is plaintiff and you aie defend 3. That plaintiff have judgm ent
then it is too late to go through the of last Saturday's, Journal he will has installed a milking machine You are invited to be present. tioned.
Attorney (or the Plaintiff. ant, within six weeks from the date of Hgainst the defendant for her costs and
ti-3-9t ! the first publication of this sum m ons, disbursements herein.
long course of training and prac read of a case in Portland where a whick will lighten his labors con
C. H. C l k a v e s , Pastor. Address, Coquille, Oregon.
within six weeks from the 17th day of Service of this summons is made l»y
tice that is necessary to enable the street agitator was haled into court siderably.
June, 1913. the same being the «late of publication in pursuance of an order by
the first publication of this summons, the Honorable L. T. Harris, Judge of
fire fighters to work together with and tried and found guilty by a
and if you tail to appear and answer on the Circuit (< 0111 1 of the State of Oregon,
Services first and third Sundays
the greatest degree of effectiveness jury, of "using abusive language”
before the 29th day of July, 1913, for Second Judicial District, Coos Coun
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same being the last day of the time ty, dated the 10th day of June, 1913,
Where frequent fires occur, the fire
CURRY COUNTY CULUNGS
every Sunday at 10 a. m.
prescribed in the order of publication, directing the publication tiiereof in The
gon, in and for the County of Coos
department is brought more often commission, because he was alleged (From the Port Orford Tribune)
judgment tor want thereof will betaken Coquille Herald, a newspaper printed
Tow are h raitlly w >1« a* .
y°u and plaintiff will apply to. and published at Coquille, Coos County,
to the attention of the citizens, and to have relerred to the latter, with
Plaintiff, Surr in E quity for against
.4 t. «f t»
the Court for the relief demanded in Oregon, once a week for a period of
there is more to keep up the interest smooth alliteration, as a "slick, Mrs. A S Johnston and children
plaint, a succinct statem ent of six consecutive weeks, commencing
which is as follows:
on the 17th day of June, 1913.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
of the boys themselves in their slimy snake.” One would infer left by auto stage this morning for
1. That the m arriage con tra it now
JOHN F. HALL,
work; but in a town like Coquille, from this that among the rights and a visit with Mrs. Johnston’s parents Sunday school at 10 a tn.
To Ernest Massip, the above named and heretofore existing between plain
JAMES T. HALL,
where fires are few and far be
tween, it is hard to fight off for tution and by-laws, that of unmea' Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wilbur, from You are cordially iuvited to all
getfulness. This is a condition sured abuse, even verbally, is not Marshfield, are spend a vacation in these services.
T. B. McDonald, M inister
against which an effort is now be included, and some other section of Port Orford and expect to remain a
ing made here, and it should have the statute must be invoked.
couple of weeks before returning
the hearty support of all. This city
has suffered the effects cf at least
Some ten autos were in Port Or A G R I C U L T U R A L
one disastrous conflagration, and
ford Sunday from the outside, tak-
there is no guarantee against an The city council met last night iog advantage of the beautiful B E G IN S C O
forty-fifth school year
other. The only protection is the with a full attendance.
19 , 1 9 1 3 .
volunteer fire department, and the An order for $1982.95 waa or our beaches.
DEGREE C O U RSES In many phasesof
citizens should not allow their in dered drawn in favor of the con E x C oud I v Judge, E A. Bailey, A E G R IC U L T U R E . M E N G . IN F E E R IN G . , H C O M E
terest to become cold in the matter. tractor on the Second street im wife aud two children, started Irom
. PHARM ACY.
T w o - y e a r c o u r s e s in
Not only the members of the de provement.
partment, but every one else, should It was ordered that hydrants be land via. Grants Pass, where Mr. T A U R R T E S , . F O H R O E M S E T R Y E . C C O O N M O M M E IC R S C . E . P M H E A C R H M A A N C IC Y
be willing to do their share. It is placed on First street in Elliott and Bailey goes for medical treatment. TEACHER S C O U R SE S in manual
training, agriculture, domestic science
understood that there is no com Notley’s addition ,in the parkway, His
plaint of lack of liberality on the
M U SIC , including piano, string, band
part of the council in the matter of Ordinance No. 97 was passed, or friends considerable anxiety.
instruments and voice culture.
A BEAUTIFUL BOOKLET entitled
furnishing needed stlpplies, the on dering the improvement of C street
“ T hb E n r ic h m en t of R ural L i f e ”
gust 1 and 2
ly thing lacking being the lively in to Second street and the plat of (From the Gold Beach Globe)
and a C atalogue will be m ailed free
terest which makes for a constant land which lies west thereof.
StaJord and Bauer were success
Address H. M. T e n n a n t , Registrar,
state of preparedness for emergen Ordinance No. 98 was also passed, ful bidders for repairing the llan- (tw-7-15
cies. Don’t wait till the fire starts, providing for the improvement of dolph. They have ordered the
Front street, the street conveyed to necessary material and upon its ar
to boost the fire ¿apartment.
Notice to Creditors
the city by J. A Collier.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been duly appointed as ad
Ordinance No. 131, which was pas ously.
inistratrix of the estate of Thomas A.
deceased. Now all persons hav
and any citizens who formed the erty owner to allow grass, hay or terial and has let the contract for ing claims against said estate are hereby
mob to frolic aronud Dr. Leach.
to present them with the pro
the construction of a large two notified
per vouchers within six m onths from
Accept a copy of the Law, it than ten inches on his property with story
building, a part of which will the date of this notice, duly verified as
might do you some good to learn in 150 feet of any street or public be used
by himself as a butcher shop by law required, to me the undersigned
will be made into at the office of Jam es T. Hall, 11 Eldor
Perhaps it may become unplea of failure of the property owner to office rooms floor
Bldg., Marshfield, Coos County,
for reut. ado
sant to some of you Law breakers. comply with this ordinance, the city R. D. Hewitt has will the be contract
Margaret E Moody
A friend of Right & Law. may have the work done at bis ex build it.
Admlnistrix of the Estate of Thomas
pense. It is also provided that no
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FREDERALSTATUTE PASSED inflamable rubbish may be allowed A law and order league ia now A. King, deceased.
IN ( 1909 )
to accumulate on any lot or prem
Notice to Creditors
CONSPIRING TO INJURE ises within the city during the dry govern the fishermen on the Rogue. Notice is hereby given that the under
purpose of this league or union signed has been duly appointed aa ad
ETC. PERSONS IN THE EXER season. Certain objections to the The
it is to put a stop to m inistratrix de-boni8-non of the estate
CISE OF ( IVIL RIGHTS. If two sewer ordinance and the improve robbing call
corkiDg and other of Samuel H. King, sometimes known
or more persons conspire to injure,
Hiram King, deceased. Now’ all per
have been indulged as
oppress, threaten or intimidate any A motion was carried to place
having claims against said estate
citizeu in the free exetcise or enjoy M W. McCormac on the black list in by acme of the fishermen. Any are hereby notified to present them
ment of any right or privilege secu and to notify the saloons of this one caught violating an of these with the proper vouchers w ithin six
by laws adopted by the league will months from the date of this notice,
red to him by the Constitution action.
Under the Auspices of the
duly verified as by law required, to me
ot laws of the United States or The city engineer was instructed have to leave the river.
the undersigned at the office of James
because of his having exercised the to survey a right of way to the new
T. Hall, 11*Eldorado Bldg., Marshfield
same, or if two or more persons go dump grounds, purchased of B.
Coos County, Oregon.
M argaret E. Moody
in disguise on the highway or on the Folsom.
de-bon is-non of the
premises of another with intent to
Estate of Samuel H. King, sometimes
prevent or hinder his free exercise or office in tbe.city hall aud also a room
known as H iram King, deceased.
enjoyment of rights or privileges so in the basement, to the Oregon
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secured they shall be fined not more Power Co. was left to the Finance
In the C ircuit C ourt of the S tate of
thau five thousand dollars and Im committee, aud the Street commit
Oregon for Coos County
prisoned not more than ten years tee were instructed to attend to the
J. J. Stanley,
and shall moreover be thereafter matter of remov ing the old city hall.
E ntertaining and M ystifying
ineligible to any office or place of
| S ummons for P ubli -
honor, profit or trust created hy the
Judge Showed Sense
er, J. E. Burton
Constitution and laws of the United
and A. K. Cults,
T ax L ien
At North Yakima, Wash., Federal
In telligen ce B ordering on Hum an
Passed in 1909
Judge Franklin H. Rudkin of the
To Frank Burkholder, J . E. Burton and j
A. K. Cults, Receiver, the above j
district of ( astern Washington, es
The kind gentleman who sends tablished a new precedent in court
In the Name of the State of Oregon •
’n the above evidently believes that proceedure by discarding big robe of
C atchy and Full of Fun
You are hereby notified th at J. J.
Stanley, the holder of Certificate of De
discretion is the better part of valor, black silk, his co it and vest, and
linquency num bered 24, issued on the
as he keeps his identity shrouded in holding court in his ebirt sleeves.
24th day of October, 1911. by the Tax
of the County of Coos, State
mystery; but, in spite of the news ‘•The day is very warm, and I sug Big Ben. he’ll call you of Collector
Oregon, for the am ount of Five and
First S eason U nder Canvas
paper rule to publish no communi gest that we act accordingly,” said
42-100 Dollars, the same being the
cation of which the authorship is Judge Rudkin. Every one in the
taxes for the year 1909, together with
unknown, we give it place for the room including attorneys and jurors you say.
penalty, interest ami costs thereon upon
the real property assessed to you, of
sake of the suject matter, which is followed his honor's lead
And if you roll over and which
you are the ow ntr us appears of
worthy of consideration. Let us
situated in said County and
try “just-one-more-nap,” record,
State, and particularly bounded and
proceed to consider it.
Not a Bit Soared.
as follows, to-w it: Lots one,
“With all your wealth you are not onds later and keep on call descr.bed
A careful reading of the statute afraid
Capt. Henry Kern dives from a ladder 90 ft high into a net.
two, three, four, five, six, seven eight,
block tw enty-eight;
given is strongly recommended, student of sociology.
ing until you’re wide and lots one, ten two. in five
and thirty-six in
The Whirl of Death, the most remarkable bicycle feat
and our anonymous friend is advised "No. 1 ain't!" snapped Mr. I’neurich. awake.
block tw enty-three all in Portland addi
tion to the town of Bandon according to
to go over it agaiu in connection “We boll all our drinking water.”—
ever preformed, by Daredevil Campbell
Big Ben stands 7 inches tall— the plat thereof on file and of record in
with the last copy of “Justice.” Philadelphia Isalger.
the office of the County Clerk of said
He’s heavy, massive, handsome. Coos
Balloon Ascension and Parachute Drop
Note the expression, " right or
He’s got a great, big dial you can
are further notified that said J.
easily read in the dim morning J. You
privilege secured to him bv the
Myrtle Point Pointer*
Stanley has paid taxes on said prem
light, a sunny deep toned voice ises for prior or subsequent years with
Constitution or laws of the Uuited
’11 hear distinctly on your sleep the rate of interest on said am ounts as
States ot because of his having ex Miss Alice Ellingwood who has you
ercised the same." Will it be con been here visiting Mrs. G O. I.owc'
year ’ s DATE TAX RE- AMT. RATE OF
I’ve placed him in the window TAX PAIO O M NO.
IN T E R E S T
tended that among these rights or and other friends lor the past six Look
1906 April Certifi
at him whenever you go by
Every Afternoon at 2
Every Evening at 7:30
privileges guaranteed by the Con weeks, went to Marshfield on
1907 30, cate of
1908 1913 redemp
stitution is the right or privilege to Thursday the 24 th, where she hasj
refer to a gathering of representative secured a position iu an ice cream !
No 374 »19.30 15 pet.
1910 Oct. 8417
citizens as "a mob of six hundred parlor. Her brother who came
grafters, saloon bums and pimps, with her, returned to their home
12.89 15 pet.
T h e J e w e le r
calling themselves business men but in Washington, last week.
X 1913 " 5822 4.27 15 pet.
who to the last man jackass of them Mrs. G. O. Lowe is with her C O Q U IL L E . ( m ix ;« >N
KNOWLTON'S DRUG STORE
c o n o m ic s
in in g
o r estr y
a g r ic u l
BIG D A Y S )
( BIG NIGHTS
Many Meritorious Merry Makers Master
fully Marshaled and Matchlessly Managed
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Jules Verne’s Versions
Coquille Commercial Club
your call with
Dog and Monkey Show
Alabama Negro Minstrels
Musical Comedy Bells
3-BIG FREE ACTS-3
BLARING BRASS BANDS