Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, August 05, 1913, Image 2

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    The Coquille Herald
Z l Z ? £ S Ì T 'm~ SIWDAÏ S£*«CtS IN
COQUILLE CHURCHES
fila r n e T h e T a r i f f
West Const Lumb rman
THE PEROXIDE FAMILY
praiseworthy thing when they ra-
A serious conflagration wan avert-
,p itte d the Italian railroad lal-orera *1 on Tbureday eveniug, when Dr.
I f your wife is somewhat queer
Entered ft* second das» matter Ma;
PKKSltYTKRIAN GHl'RCH.
8, lia*, at tlie poat oftì.-e at Coquille, to move on. In allowing thia class stemmier discovered a burning sack
Auil forgets to call yi>u"Dear",
Oregon, under art ot Congre«# of March to laud in this country at all, our ¡n bia garage, which had been
Service# Sunday at 11a. in. and
Blame the tariff.
S, I8T».
government is making a aeriou# mia- thrown there by a boy who live« 7:30 P «"•
PEROXIDE OF HYDROGEN 15c, 25c, 50c
I
f
your
mill goes up in smoke —
Sunday
School
at
10
a.
m.
P. C. LEVAR, l-earee.
take. In the first place, many of two or three blocks away. Aa there
Frank H. Adams, Pastor.
Which never is s joke —
PEROXIDE TOOTH P A S T E ......... . 25c
tlie Italians and Sicilians of the poor- is a great shortage of water juat at
Devoted to the material and social
Blame the tariff.
PEROXIDE TOOTH POWDER_____ 25c
er
class
who
come
here
are
of
the
pr*,ent
„
fire
once
started
would:
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par­
N. L Chunk
ticularly and o f Cooa County generally. petty criunual class which the Italian make great bavoe.
I f your auto fails to spark
PEROXIDE COLD CREAM__________ 25c
Subscription. $1.50 per year in advance
Sunday school at io a. m
government finds trouble is hand-
Mr , nd M r i Br„ . db<,nt and
When
you're
out
upon
a
lark,
PEROXIDE TALCUM POWDER . . . . 25c
Preaching at 11 a m. and 8 p. m.
ling. Consequently, if these people d. ugh, „ WPnt to Port 0 r(ord on
Blame the tariff.
Phono Main 354.
Prayer meeting Thursdays at
I f going to the beach or the mountains, protect your face from the
express a desire to immigrate, their
a short visit, returning Saturday. 8 p. m. R o y L. C l a r k , Pastor.
If collections come through slow,
effect of sun and wind by use of Peroxide Cold Cream, and do
government
assists
them
in
every
T h e ptew dispatches announce
Tbev went via Bandoo.
not forget a supply of other members of the Peroxide family
And everything lacks GO,
Cknsfui Sdeace Satiety
that Vincent Astor’ s pet monkey way possible, even to paying tbeir
Blaine
the
tariff
The uew firm o f Fike, Arrington
Corner Third and Hall streets.
Joko, bit Vincent’ s band the other passage to America and pr aiding and Shull will soon go into the Sun-
Services at 11 a m next Sunday. | I f the foam upon your b*rr
them
with
the
amount
necessary
to
day, and notv Joko is to be banish­
dy building which they haTe rented. Subject lesson sermou, “ S p ir it”
[ Seems thicker than lost year,
evade
the
pauper
immigration
law.
ed from the family. That is one
Wednesday evening meeting 3.-00.
Mr. Jas. Arrington baa been book­
Blame the tariff.
advantage o f being poor— our little Arriving here they usually continue keeper for fourteen years at the store
I f wages keep on soaring,
their
criminal
course,
and
from
their
ly deeded by the government to the less awaking o f almost tbe dead?
N. L Cksrch Saadi
family scraps don’ t always get into
now owned by Mr. A. Hogue.
With fills still lowering.
ranks are evolved some of the worst
Services next Sunday as usual
: Coos Bay Wagon Road company in
‘ ‘ Also recent time of late I travel
the pa)iets.
Chester McDonald came down
Blame the tariff,
Sunday school at io. a m.
criminals oo record. In their new
! consideration for the construction with hoo. employ in lovely electric
Epwoith League at 6:45 p m.
from SilverJale. Wash on Friday to
No matter what may come along: and maintenance o f a wagon road lights Pullman car “ Aliena” and
The Port of Portland was sound­ homes their environment is more
Y ou are invited to be present.
visit hia sister Mrs. Geo. Rackliff
prosperous
and
presents
a
fine
field
Just keep up thattb read bare song, between Roseburg and Coos Bay in caunot find satisfy place to lose my
ing the Columbia river last week
C.
H.
C
l e a v e s , Pastor.
and bia brothers Norman and
watch and American eagle ($ 10.00)
Blame tbe tariff.
1869.
from Portland to W alker’ s island, for the exploitation of the Mafia or
George at Norway. In about a
ST. JAMES) E PISCO PAL.
black
hand
organization.
In
parte
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.
The complainants allege that in lor complete safety. Could not hon.
in an effort “ to locate the worst
week he will leave to visit at Calio-
Services first and third Sundays
shoals caused by the recent freshet.” ol California, they have so degraded
G el your butter wrappers at the violation o f tbe privileges extended Pullman save 25c from every gen­
of
each month.
Sunday school
^
Dredges will then tie put to work at the labor market that aren the Japs
Herald office.
*
under the terms o f this grant, the tleman in lower berth rate financial
Dr.
L.
G.
Johnson
and
wife
return-
j
svery
Sunday at 10 a. m.
condition by inserting in smoke
their removal. This is the regular and Chinese have avers poor chaocs
T o * ars heartily w -Is- a#'-.
Portland Semi-Weeklv Journal ori* inaI Coos Bar W a« 0D Road
Bringing as they d », all I * r om ,heir ^ « ‘ ¡on on Thursday
program alter every freshet in the with them
and Coquilie Herald, both for $2.00 company sold large tracts of land to room wash place, one small safe de­
tr-S.?.«*
W
’
k*.
K
V
A
.
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MersV
lasL They spent part of the time
a year in advance.
one John Miller, alias Ambrose posit box convenience(ioc to porter
Columbia, yet Portland is allowing the old world customs with them,
in Portland.
they
settle
in
communities
and
are
CHVRCH o r CHRIST.
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Woodruff, who, it is declared, acted upon arrival at destitution to leave
herself to be jollied into the idea
key with it), so saving temptation
Otis Rackliff returned on the same
Sunday
school
at
10
a
m.
very
slow
in
becoming
Americanized
Douglas
All
Right
“solely
as agent,and for the benefit
that Portland will be made a naval
of robbery under pillow.
Christian
Endeavor
at
7
OO
p.
day.
He
also
autoed
to
Portland
of” Collis P. Huntington, Charles
base atter the opening ol the Canal. They care very little about acquiring
“ Thanking you for quiet relief to
Preaching at 11 0 a m.
and back, being gone two weeks
The following resolutions were Crockerf R ;iaud Standford and
It is too bad that Secretary Daniels education and in cases where ibe
borne and very gratelal for travel
You
»re
cordially
invited
to
all
»
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passe 1 by the Dcugla# Count> Good Mark Hopkins, the “ big four” of safely.
did not find bis way to this part of law does not interfere, whole families
these services
Fish trap and Vicinity
T. B McDonald. Minister Roads Association in tbe meeting the Southern Pacific,
Your truly,
the Oregon coast on his recent visit. from the feeble grandparents down
recently held in Roseburg:
These laud4_ according t0 ,he
The Flghtf, p
Ald W1„
Sbikaro Takomoto
H e wonld not have made the state­ to the baby may be found laboring
••Whereas, The Good R a J » -^8’ complaint, then were transferred
ment that there were only five pos­ long hours snd subsisting on . diet ■ ho,d th<ir qu, rterlj. buginfss , od Maud attended the carnival at Co-
Japanese Passenger.”
sociatiou of Coos County, Oregon through various other agencies to
o f bread snd wine. We do not want , deTotlongl m<etrag
the h0iue of quille Fri.lav.
sible naval bases on the coast.
this class of people here. We want Mrs. J. H. Lamb, Wednesday after­
The Southern Pacific has answer­
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller and has recently gone upon record as the Southern Oregon Improvement
The Public Service Magazine of good Americans or Europeans who noon.
daughter Grace, also attended the favoring tbe bonding of said countv company which w„s the immediate ed Takomoto and assured him
for tbeefull amount of its legal in­ predecessor of the Southern Oregon that it will do all it can that “ all
Chicago, is cartving on a strenuous will become good Americans and a-
carnival Saturday.
Mrs. Neita Oddy has been visit­
debtedness, for tbe purpose of im­ company, the defendant in this suit. lives be safe with less awaking of
campaign against municipal owner­ dopt American customs. Coquilie
J. A. Radabaugb and daughter
almost tbe dead.”
ing with her parents, Rsv. and Mrs.
proving i's higbwsys an 1 especially
ship of public utilities, in the inter­ did something right and at the right
The several cumplaitian's have
Flossie and son Herman went to
W. B. Smith, for some time.
designating tbe construction of a filed 00 various tracts of land in­
est ot those who prefer to exploit time for once at least and the work­
Coquilie Saturdav to meet Misses
M ary’s Little Lot.
“ Aunt” Priscilla Robison
has
hard surface road be'ween tbe cluded withiu tne original Coos Bay
those utilities tor their own private ing people all over the country
Merle and Hazel who weze return
Mary had a little lot—
been
very
ill
for
some
time,
having
Douglas County line and Sunset wagon road grant and hope, through
profit. After naying its respects to should indorse its action.
The soil was very poor;
ing from the Bay,and incidentally to
been in a very critical condition a
Bav.antd Coos Bay .Oregon via Bridge this suit, to gain title to tbe prop­ But still she kept it all the same,
Seattle, it has an article in the
attend
the
carnival,
reporting
a
fine
And struggled to get more.
B U IL D IN G MEN A N D WOMEN part of the while, hut is now very ,
and
August number which is a studied
erty.
time.
She kept the lot until one day
(Portland Journal!
much improved
• Whereas. Said Coos Countv G00J
attempt to make it sppear that the
The people settled down—
M ra Frank Miller Sr. is seriously
Carnegie builds libraries. an d has
And where a wilderness had been
Miasee Merle and Hazel Rada-
Roads Association has l»eu and is
After Bandon Water Co.
Kugene officials do no: know what
Grew up a thriving town.
his name attache,! to them Rocke­ baugh have been viaiting their ill, cause! by rapturing a blood the pioneer in favoring and a lo c a t­
they are talking about when they say
Then Mary rented out her lot—
feller endows a great untv ersity, friends. M r and Mrs- John Hale of vessel* which caused a great loss of ing the construction and improve­
The Bandon Recorder of A u g.
(She would not sell, you know—)
that the municipally owned water and has his influence attached to i t
blood. About 3 o ’clock p m. her
ment o f such a highwav. which sa\s: At a meeiitig last evening And waited patiently about
Bay Park, for the past week. They f
and light plants are a success. The Charles Page of Tulsa, Oklahoma
nose began bleeding in a stream
For prices still to grow.
would greatlv aid the development a resolution ivas passed by the com-
also visited at Allegany,
fact that the plants are paying has adopted 300 children, wauts 700
•
,
,
, which continued until Dr. Stemmier
of western D. eg is and Coos Coun- mon council directing the city at- They grew, as population came,
Miss Merle
formerly employed 1
And Mary raised the rent.
their way. paying interest on the more, and expects to have their lore
ties and bring ab.'nt a greater com- tomey to commence and iusiitute With common food and raiment now,
as teacher in the school there, for ° f
PlMnt ‘ r l';TeJ’ wh,eb
bonds and piling up a reserve of attached to him. The world is glad
She could not be content;
two different terms Tbev report • * » « * 7 o ^ k . -II effort to check mercial intercourse between these proceedings in tbe lall term of the
actual coin as a sinking fund tc pay to make Mr. Page's acquaintance, .
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. . - the flow of blood up to this time two tanner counties o f this great circuit court to aunul the franchise She built her up a mansion fine—
caving had a Tery delightful v is it1
_
m r_
Had bric-a-brac galore—
o ff the bonds shonld be sufficient for the nan seeking to inspi re I ctc
proving futile. Although in a very eornta cwea’.th general,v, now there- of the Bandon Water Company,
at both placee.
And every time the prices rose.
answer to any attempt to make it i is a good citizen, an excellent ,
weakened condition at last reports fore,
She raised the rent some more.
A resolution was also passed direct-
Mr. Albert Fish met with a Terr she was im proving
appear that it is not a financial sue neighbor and a man among men.
"What makes the lot keep Mary So?”
“
Be
it
Resolved
by
the
Good
’
aS
c‘ly
attorney
to
prepare
the
painful accident a couple o f weeks
The starving people cry—
cess. Perhaps the Public Service
Mr and Mrs. Tom Robison and Roads
Mr. P*£*. a m tc of venlth. start- 1 ___ .
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Association
i f Douglas necessary resolution and legal pa- "Why, Mary keeps the lot, you know, ”
a
,
.. *2° •
bid a j art of one . . . .
.
.
.
Magazine will setae day be kind eJ a out to do
The wealthy would reply.
some rood m the world
, .
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children have been visit*ng for sev Countv. at a meeting held in Rose : P «rs providing for a municipal wat-
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of his Ungers taken off :n a
, *
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.
. ,
enough to send an expert writer .x
And so each one of you might be—
lv. t* of brick and mortar did not . » .
®
w
eral davsat the home of their daugh- burg, on the fio day of Julv, li*13, er system for the city ot Bandon.
.
a-
a
a
a
a . MOCK, ID puttlag 111 h*T fOT M l
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r . .
“ Wealthy, refined and wise” —
down here to shew as that our mu­
appeal to h .m -b u t children -1*1 ’ Tenn
t » 0 otber & a efn te r Mrs. W e n Knight of Latching that we heartilv of the Coos County
I f you had only hogged some land
nicipal water works are losing
And held it for the rise.
He bad a large ranch two miles out
Fire Clay Near Bandon.
Good Roads Association in this
were also bruised, causing him con-'
money, in spue of the fact that it b L Tulsa There he began butldirg
N C F SED
Mary C. Hudson.
great
movement,
and
do
hereby
actually pilling uP money and wijv * ,h>Jjhousw 4nJ
roJIM. A sidershle pain.
J . P DtGeson, o f the Bandon
pledge
said
association
our
loyal
Notice
of
Sal«
of
State Land
M rs Ficnev s family, o f Rink
tag out its indebtedness.
| tU w t ^
w
baU, 1Bt0 Tu ; *
c u t cw m a ille s
Clay Products Co., whose real estate
support
and
hearty
eo-opermtion
in
creek are riaiticg at the home of
iFr.'m the Port Orioni Tribune)
for tbfi children « con y cc tec ce- 1
Notice is hereby given that th* State
an etdoaxor o f bringing aboal the | hoIdin^ *n 1 works “ re located a-
That p>ortion o f the CoquiLe-
! their fnends. Mr. and Mrs. Ham- ‘
canning factory was bci.t for their
Land Board of the State of Oregon will
Eck
ev
I
construction
and
improvement
of
a
lK>a,
three
nlile*
BOuth
of
tb'»
«''y
.
Msrvhfield rood lying near the
mock, o f upper Fisttrap
J o « Haines, former!v of
receive pealed bids until 10:00 o’clock
employment Teachers were hired
periranent highway from the Cooa has recently addarl n quantity of
head o f the Isthmus inlet w ill pro­
a.
m. October 7, 1913, tor the following
Sheriff
Gage
acd
a
party
from
but
now
o
f
Monmouth.
O
r,
spent
i for their education. Everything be
County line to R ra eb irg via Camas new m» ptl)n*.y to the equipment of described lauds, to-wit:-
bably be relocated be:bre much
: could think of was Jots« for their j CVvquiU« are camping on upper Fieb , »pent several Jays visiting io tows Valley and Brockway, and thus by ,,ke P*»0* sn<f " i l l engage for the
The S>^ of 8W<£ and SWV* of SEfi
more money is 'pent 00 it
When happiness.
trap for the purpose o f bunting. since our last issue
an unite-] effort b riC itrg us in closer !'roser,; in the manufacture o f brick, and tdV.l 4 of N K»4 of Section 36, T. 228
I
it was fir*: laid out. a z n v years
He takes charge of the child, with Wltl1 ,B* »h e r :« in such close pros-
Miss Anna Dean, who has been touch with our s s:er eouctv and its
TLGeson has spent the major R. 12W.
ago. tt was located 00 the same ^•vnsent of parents, eo that the etui-
The NW>4 of Section 16. T. 28 8. R.
the people will sate h ir e to in Medford and Ashland for the
portion
of hi» life in the manufac­
great natural resoarc**
system which prevailed in the lo­
3 W.
dree become practically his wards * * Sood
P **‘ two or thre*
«tu rn ed to
ture of terracotta and kindred prod­
••Respectful!»
submitted,
Ttie N«», N 1» of SW i,. SWt* of SWt*
cation of practically all the roads :n
_
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tie is not content to see that the
ucts ard has made that business a amf N \V i4 of SEt-4 of Section 36-, T.
Mr and Mrs. Albel sad daughter P orl Orfo*d b-T ,Qtc ! ' * U yesterday
“ G EO RG E N E C E R Jr.
Coos, and which has mac-e it neces­
h. Id rea have food, a home an J ;
F o r th « past week or ten days
lifelong study. He claims to lo s ­ 30 S R. 11 W.
•G EO RG E M. B R O W N .
sary to abandon most o f the old
the mountains have been filling np
clothing for a limited period He
ses» clay deposits w ti-h are practic­
The S*» and S '» of NEl4 of Section
“ E B S T E W ARS.
grades before doing permanent
with hunters, mac
o f whom no
ally inexhaustible and is confident 3«, T. 88 S. R. 2 W.
s cdertakitv to bring them tc
"Cc-minit
Lie"
vrotk 00 the highways. Following
All bids must be accompanied by a
doubt stretched the season which
maturity, educated, trained in some ¡
that if worked to the limit the iudus-
tbe Isthmus inlet, where a water
regularly execute,) application to pnr-
industry, ready to assume their pla- j
opecs for bucks day after tomorrow After Southern Oregon Land !rJ would become greater in magui- cliase and check or draft for at least
grade was easily obtainable tor the
Gasre wardens will have their haud*
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tude than that of all our other in­ one-tlftti ot the amount of the bid.
ce» a» citizen».
whole distance until the isthmus
Every man ha» b » own way of
Tbe right to reject any or all bids is
full keejxng down vicarious of the
Tbe p 0Tt^ 0d Oregonian
combined. The day com-
wjs reached, a pleasing variety was
reserved.
»erring hr.trinity Oarnvgie build*I
**
Mure than io o . oco acres of Oregon * * * * * ,h s d*P °*lt >• of a iteculiar
Vent to the contour o f tne road bv
Applications and bids should be ad­
hbrar-e» and Rockefe.ler builds uni- ;
A fe * nights sg > some of o o r t 4r - ! j S -5 * re involved in a scit to be n* ,Qr*
Th* great strength and fire dressed to O, G. Brown, Clerk State
ditching ore: every high point ot
verait-.e* Charles Page propose* t i
ly r.-ers diacoTared the tro.ka of « a £;td .;n ;be United Stales district re*:,n,:g qualities of the munufao- land Hoard, Salem, Oregon and marked
land in sight. O n « ot the viewers
build men and women.
uBotuiliT lir e » buck i ^ r th it b id court this morning bv T S. Minot,
proluct adapts it perfectly "Application and b,d to purchase otate
was a logger and another was the
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beec meandering through the >tre«ta an attorney o f San Francisco, reo- *° '*** requirements of sewer pipe lands."
cattle king o: the county, and it O T H E R S T A K E T H E IR PLACES
G. G. Brown,
. of th* town some time d u n rg the resecting a group of at ore than too fir* “ 1 P*'>ng brick
Expert» who
seemed to them that any gradt over
^ y be sqt r ,
Clerk State Land Board.
e ig h t Th* town dog*, not being anorgmixed locators in Coo* and
©-'“ ¿ “ ''ted scientific tests with
Bated August 1, 1913.
whk-h catt> ccc d be driven or np
Another factory h o n o r—«tity-fiv-e
trnicei to sleep w-.th one eye open.iDouglas ctnnties.
against
the *^5» e.ay declare it to l>e the liest in
_8-5-8t
which the bull team could climb to r T i, t c a
.lone to death—
failed :o dincoved tne vsitor. and Southern Orcgua comrauv a C' rpo-
respect of any found on the
br.ng
*rad dewe was aU r-.ght burned to d esth -o n d ao cn« to
Notice I* Creditors
the luck wandered off again with- mticn, and the state official*, asking
T ***•
burf.
ha a wagon road. The remit wo» K u » «
The cheapen commodity in
Notice is hereby given that tbennder-
out being disturbed
for
a
receiver
o!
the
property
ot
riaped
baa been duty appointed as ad-
that tbe road ran up grades so steep tbe bumneee world todav » the
Japan Heard From
mmVtratnr ot tbe estate of Thomas A.
. . the
— defendant
------------ company, that tbe
that 00 team couVl ge nr with over w k ; o s girt, plenty n o n waiting
King, deceased. Now all jwreons hav­
proper:»- be conveyed to :he state
* “ *
where k e e l grades « * , ,w»
i t death
l~.it. trap
x
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ifi« w
next
NeceoMty
S i:k aro Takomoto. “ Japanese ing claims againprvaid estate are hereby
Have you paid tbe printer.
and
that
an
iejunotiun
be
:*sced
re­
cocV. have heea obtained by a cvwpels her
th. r*
re she
<he i*
is and the
I -th<
-'asaenger," has written to the Hon. notilhwt »0 present them with the pro­
Big Ben, he’ ll call you
straining the d: endar.t ccmpxny
slight
detour arenad the point, cruel ooascieacvlea*. Cbnation world
.
S. Pacific Company, earnestly ask per vouchers within *lx months from
on the dot at any time
front further "depre-iatiot:* ’ :p~e
the dale of this notice, duly verified as
This rood is cm the hoe ol the peo- ^
j * noth : g to make her life
Socialists Not Satisfied
•tig why. "please, do engineer g -1 >
you say.
bv law required, I,, me the undersigned
the property.
posed hocierxtd trowi .he Douglas nofor. more deeentlv
The
tlv ItvabV
evening p. nt freight train tierces- at the ottic* of Jam*« T. Hall. 11 Eldor­
The land at issre 1s that c-rig.n,!
county hne to the Bay. and while Birghamptoc horror will go with
And if you roll over and
T t f à l o a Statesman has the f-.il-
sary Mow whistle with so loug last ado Itldg,, Marshfield, Cora County,
■ » w e “ scenic” reute is given bv th* Trm sg ♦ horror, the caiy differ­ try “ just-one-more-nap.” 1 lowing tern touching tbe deporta-
Ing of sounds tor calling back end ttrr-gxui,
n freqaent climb to the shy line, ence b *»»g ,e the number 0/ victims
he’ll repeat his call p 0 sec­ tico* f L W W in t h » eounty-
Margaret K Y c o lr
brake m in :f 5 shoit whistle call
O
R
E
G
O
N
travel«:» are usual v evateut to fore- — W to 14?
Administrit ,if th* Estate ol Thoms»
Tke '. val socialist* hove taken np
Vnd Cfc: str ana ciTt- onds later and keep on call­
would wake his babv and back end |
AGRICULTURAL
A. King, deeeapvnl.
7 15 5t
go tb it jeature V « the sake ot get­ '..ration can do n thicg to avert
ing until
you're wide tne rratter of the deportation o f Dr.
brakeman with sim t effrct each de
ting over the road. i » d an entirely three trago.: :re‘ Then 1* Christian
COLLEGE
awake.
B*. tv L 'o eh from B u k « , with the
Nat«* I* C n d k n
partnre?"
And Takomoto, too,
w e locatKm shoald be made
state »xee-ntrv* caaamittee o f their B E G IN S r* -«re -iA h e t x i
Notice is hereby g ven that the nnder-
civ-.hmticn a at-.-»stable tail are.
Beg Ben sands
has some suggesti. ns tegatdiug
w* •» -#-a
p'rned ha* N »n duly apiwunted aa ad-
organization on I it was acccuEced
H e's heavy, massiv«, handsocnc.
Fullman cars
O tG V ttC O U O S E S
phase»;*
MORE INCO NSISTENCY
noniatrairiv de !w'ni*-n,'n of the eetate
H e's go* a great. b»g dial yem can
yaeterRy that the eoaaty efficer*
Myrtle Point Pointers
u a c w ’i .u
C v iv u r e a
ot Samuel tl King, awnetimes known
rashr read in the tmn D o m ig
Los« week the Hezoid rvnaorked
itv e 'v D l in the cate will be r trae­
“ Dear Hon S Pacific:
aa Hiram King, deceased. Now all per­
react s u i v i e
hghr. a sunny deep temed v a n
thn! the iKvst «otsMOeat people
Crbaa L Gray returned from
ca ted mi vidanKy for deporting ac Tm O-VEA** COVIOSES : » a&o-cw
" I residing in these Sitisun Oitv sona having claims against oanl estate
yea*
U
hear
d
u
n
e
dy
on
pour
tie—
p-
• r n t t in w act with arpar»at ianw - Rural wh«re he was réti beg with
•vu
" ewe tc e a s r e a me .- k is ; and question, please, do engineer are henrbv notified K> prrwrnt them
A n tr .-u evtiivn an 1 deotToyisg
»• - a r o a t s - v : c#» t « c t # * u i u ; i
■ h s ty
T h » » tro* era* of r e v s hw seste». Mrs Here:• Warner the
his
property.
It
was
»aid
yeoter
*iv
r re placed him m the
TEACHCS) S Cot-’ t e s t s ia a l l a i q:yo evening P. M freight tiant tie with Ibe proper voucher» within six
paper mea
Few tastos««, the R u ­ ioM o f th* week
Mr Gray >rd has
that «he » nativ*» are not «atisSed
Look at him
ceasary blow whistle with .o toug month* from the date *1 this notie*,
tn i i i j agiiciitatv.
das estri o m h a o r t the ia>'.«ua m otte« came _p from baa Thego-
duly verified aa by law reqnirvd. to me
aaA art
with :k» .ttitad * of G o»«r a ce Wee«
U «ting of sounds tor calling back
m e:»: rag ptaao. at-ag, basd
Ibe undersigned al th* ofiAe* of James
artxvn o f Coca rwcoty's r.tiw cs it woere they new remde-to vutt with
Music.
ia the —»tsar: that they neat word
end brake-man it 5 short whistle T. Malt, U Ktdomdc Rl.tg . Marshfield
w « ca tare.
mq »rating Dr. Loach to move on oíd frsead* : « and azvund Myrtle
to the * - » r i T of Coca eoaaty asking A B E A U TtW L B o o k l e t »*tit:«d
call would wake mv babv and lutck t\«oa County. Oregon
yao it « a s * oat with the faUvwiag P . a t
He a at prvoent » c ç u t d
h -a •-* prvdeet Leach soon hi« ro­
•Tan E s v K x v t s t or t r x u U r v ” end brake man with same effect each
Margaret K, Mixwly
* «r o * g * * 4 c r w a « * l e f w e » o f p a r tin g a »
oak a Catai-wica win W aaa:i*d free
ry for the I'n iqaa
Administratna ,te-N>ai*-aoo of th#
tare • - lU s d m and received % re­
departure'*
Manv
other
train*
at
re t jfk e in -r
Th« I«vs«s«r
C V »;i:.e * c " sees m put: rg the A * h* w we. known hers
Kptste ol Samuel If. King, weoetimre
ply «*i.--tf4 in the bsttereot of
A k i t v i H. X T x s v iv r . Registrar, crossings raise same long night
knoan aa Ifiram King, daoresed
*k: is ander tb» I a ox sec l a hondo ability »an qareti.oed sear.y ovary
ter a*, grv « g them hUl*
Currmiiia Oregaa.
nones; cannot all Uvea he ««t* with
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