Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, August 18, 1914, Image 2

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    the contract to a bidder not the lowest
should they deem it for the best inter­
est o f the County.
All bids to be tiled with the County
Clerk on or before the 28th day o f
August, A. 1). 1914, at the hour o f ten
o ’ clock A M., 011 which d ay ich con­
tract shall be let. A certified check for
five (5) per cent o f tho amount o f the
bid to be deposited with the County
t lerk with bid lo bo forfeited to ‘.be
County in case contract shall be award­
Saw the heavens filled with commerce, argosies ol magic sail*.
ed and the contractor shall fail, neglect
Pilots of tbe purple twilight, dropping dowu with cosily bales
or refuse for a period o f ten days after
Heaid the heavens filled with shouting, and there rained a ghastly dew such award is made to enter into a con­
tract and file his bond to the satisfac­
From the nations' airy navies grappling in the central blue.
tion o f the < 'ounty Court as required by
law.
And along the world wide whisper of the south wind rushing warm,
Dated at the City o f Coquille, Coos
With the standards of 1 lie people plunging through tbe thunder stotm
County, Oregon, thisSthday o f August,
A. D. 1914.
Till the war-drums throb no longer and the battle flag- are furled
In llie parliament of meu, the federation of the world.
There the common sense of most shall hold a fretful realm in awe.
Aud the kiudly earth shall slumber, lapped in universal law.
Änd your vacation story is told
NO WORK.
NO BOTHER
KNOWLTON’S DRUG STORE
As the above is given from memory, it mar- not be letter perfect,
but was it not pretty good prophecy? And can any one doubt that the
war now on 111 Europe will bring the nations to their senses; that this
will be tbe last great carnival of wholesale murder? Will they not be
ready for the establishment of some high court before which internation­
al dispute! shall be settled aud whose decrees shall be enforced by the
combined sirength and “ common sense of most?’ ’
I Know a Woman
on *'le aut0 lines bas been arranged
i n e v^u quine r i e i a i u from Marshtield and a specia, boat
and train will bring excursionists
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY
from the Coquille Valley. A basket
Entered as second class matter May dinner will be a feature ol the day.
8, 1905. at the post office at Coquille,
O regon , underact of Congress of March
8 , 1879.
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
Devoted to the material and social
upbuilding o f the Coquille Valley par­
ticularly and o f Coos County generally.
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance
Phone Main 381.
Our East Fork correspondent
sends in some remarks on the sub­
ject of “ those fellows who are around
preaching and licking their chops
in glorious anticipation of the
bloody carnival that is to deluge
the earth” eto., that are a mite too
warm for the columns of this chaste
family journal.
However, he ex­
presses the opinion that there won't
be any blooJy carnival for the rea­
son that Germany will get (some­
thing undesirable) licked out of her
so quick that there won't be time
for a bloody carnival. That seems
to be the general opinion.
At the
same time, there seems to bs a fair
imitation of such a carnival on ex­
hibition right now on Belgian soil;
and before the kaiser will acknowl­
edge 'himself licked a hundred
thousand or more of perfectly good
Germans will undoubtedly be ren­
dered i.selesB—if they will stand
for it
---- .« a » » —
A Million Bid
“ A Million Bid,” which will be
shown at the Scenic Saturday uight,
is one of the “ Broadway Star Feat­
ures” that »re tud for a month or
more at the Vitngraph Theater in
New York before they ure released
to the exhibitors. This picture is a
strong dramatic story in five reels,
and in tbe cast are some of tba best
of the Vitagraph players.
Anita
Stewart and Harry Morev have the
leading parts, and those who saw
them in “ The Wreck” some time
ago, will cot be likely to arise them
Saturday night
The Herald rec­
ommends this picture to every lover
of strong, high-class productions.
Myrtle Point Pointers
On Friday morning our citizens
were awakened by the ringing of
the fire gong. Ou inquiry it was
found the fire was at Chester Lee’s
place south oi town
As there was
no water, even the well and slough
being dry, there was no way ot com­
batting tbe flames, so tbe fine new
bungalow and its contents were to­
tally destroyed. It was a new bouse
with all up-to-date improvements
and a new piano and lurniture,
which makes the loss heavy. There
is some insurance, but I do not
know how much. The fire caught
Irom the flue in the kitchen. Mr.
Lee was there alone, his wife and
baby being visiting in Portland.
Socialists to Picnic
On the same morning at about
5:30 the Garrett house two miles
The members of the Socialist below town also caught fire and it
Party ot Coos Bay will hold their was hard saviug it. Tbe men Irom
third annual picnic at Simpson’s the Lee fire went right out there.
Park, North Bend, the 23 rd of this
Mrs. C. Lockwood, daughter Miss
month. Various events have been Beulah, and son, Master Lewis, are
arranged for a full program O. W here from their borne in Santa Rosa
Davis will deliver the principal ad­ visiting with A. Graham’s family
dress of the evening. Special service and other ftiends. They have been
visiting two of Mrs. Lockwood’s
sisteas at Ten Mile. They were res­
idents of Myrtle Point some twelve
years ago.
Chance For Mighty
Mr. C. E. Broadbent came home
Swat.
from San Francisco on the last Eliz­
abeth.
T take« countless num bers
Mrs. W. O. Cooper and Mrs
of swats to m ake even the
Alex McNair came up from Ban-
least im pression on th e b il­
dou on tbe 7 th to visit with old
lions of flies th a t in fest the
country. T h e re ’s a b e tte r way.
friend^at M. P. Mr. Cooper came
One can a n n ih ila te trillio n s of
up for a business trip on tbe 10 th
flies w ith one s w a t if one goes
Lester Dement and wife are
a t it rig h tly . I f th e re is a f e ­
spending his vacation in the hills.
male fly e njo ying th e spring in
your kitchen or a ttic or base­
Mrs. J V. Leep aud Mrs Geor­
m ent she is due to hatch out aix
gia Bunch and two children start
or more hatches o f eggs, over 100
on a long visit with relatives in
eggs a t a tim e , if she lives, and
all of her youngsters are the
Eastern Oregon ou Thursday next.
moat prolifio creatures on the
Mr. Bunch is now located at Rose-
map. A fly e x p e rt has figured
burg, at which place his tarnily will
it out th a t fro m a single f e ­
m ale fly trillio n s of th e dreaded
reside wheu they return,
typhoid flies m ay olaim descent
Jas. Arrington took a vacation
in one season,
provided, of
this summet tor the first time in
course, th a t all th a young flies
grow up.
lourteen years. He was gone two
By s w a ttin g M ra. F ly now
weeks aud got lots ot fish but no
you save yourself the tro u b le of
game.
k illin g
h«r descendants
thii
sum m er.
Mrs. Ed Jenkins is dangerously
ill of appendicitis.
I
OBSERVER
THE LIFE CAREER
"Schooling in youth should invariably b«
directed
prepare a person in the best wav
tor the beat permanent occupation lor which
be U capable'•—President C W Kliot.
This I* the Mission of the
Forty-sixth School Vesr Opeos
SEPTEnBER
18th, 1914
W rite for Illustrated too page Book-
let, " T he L if e C a r e e r ,” and for Cats
log containing fu ll information.
D egree C o u n e t - AGRICULTURE :
Agronomy. Animal Husbandry.DalryHus-
bandrv. Poultry Husbandry. Horticulture.
Agriculture for Teachers. FORESTRY,
L o g g in g E n g in e e r in g , h o m e e c o ­
n o m ic s : Domestic Science. Domestic Art,
ENGINEERING:
Electrical, Irrigation,
H ig h w a y , Mechanical, Chemical, Mining.
Ceramics. COMMERCE. PHARMACY
I n d u s t r ia l arts .
Votationa/ t ourtes-Agriculture, Dalrv
Ing, Home Makers' Course. Industrial
Arts, Forestry, Business Short Course.
Seh'Tol o f MusU—Plano, String, Band,
Voice Culture.
F.rinart B u iip m . Course by Mail Fra*
Addrr«. THH Rltl'.ISTR AH,
(tw-7-16 to •>§)
Corvallis. Oregon
Notice to Contractors
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will lie received for the improve­
ment o f that part of the County Road
in Load District No. 30, according to
the special road proceedings and special
tax for the years 1911, 1912 and 1913
and the plans and specifications on file
in the office o f the County Clerk. All
contracts to be completed before the
loth day o f October. 1914
The County Court reserves the right
to reject any and all bids and to award
the contract to a bidder not the lowest
should they deem it for the best inter­
est o f the County.
All bids to be filed with the County
Clerk on or before the 28th day of
August, A. I). 1914. at the hour o f ten
o'clock A. M., on which day such con­
tract shall be let. A certified check for
five (6) per cent o f the amount o f bid
to be deposited with the County Clerk
with bid to be forfeited to the County
in case contract shall be awarded and
the contractor shall fail, neglect or re­
fuse for a period o f ten days after such
award is made to enter into a contract
and file his bond to the satisfaction o f
the County Court as required by law.
Dated at the City o f Coquille, Coos
Countv, Oregon, this *th dav o f August,
A. D. 1914.
J am es W a ts o n ,
County Clerk.
(By A. Croaker)
I said, was before his m arriage.
A fter his m arriage the w om an did
n ot lik e to have his friends com e to
the h ouse, it was too m uch trouble
to receive them
She did not like
to ca ll on h is friends, for that ga ve
them the p rivilege to return the call
She soon got the reputation o f b e in g
‘ ‘ .stuck u p ,” and, o f cou rse, he was
shortly accu sed o f b ein g like her
Last election he ran for office, not a
h igh office either, aud was o v e r­
w h e lm in g ly defeated. A n d yet she
w onders w h y .
accrued interest and in case o f your
failure to do so, a decree will be ren­
dered foreclosing the lien o f said taxes
and costa against the land and premises
above named.
This summons is published by order
o f the Honorable John S. Coke, Judge
o f the Circuit Court o f the State of Or­
egon for the County o f Cooa, and aaid
order was made ami dated this 3 day of
August, 1914, and the date o f the first
publication o f this summons is the 4
day o f August, 1914.
. All process and papers in this pro­
tig may be served upon the under-
ceeding
signed residing within the State o f Ore
gon, at the address hereafter men­
tioned.
J ohn D. G oss
J ohn I). (lo s s
J ohn C. K e n d a l i .
J ohn C. K e n d a l l
Attorneys for the plaintiff
Attorneys for the Plaintiff
Address 1st N at’ l Bank bldg,
Marshfield, Coos Co., Ore.
H-4-tit Address 1st N at’ l Bank Bldg.,
Marshfield, Oregon.
8-4-6t
J ames W atson ,
County Clerk.
Notice lo Contractors
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will lie received for the uu-
pioveinent of that purl of the Coun­
ty lionit in ltoad District No. 12,
according to the special road pro­
ceedings and special tax for the veals
1911, 1912 and 1913 and the plans
and spe'-iticntions on file in the of­
fice of the County Clerk. All con­
tracts to be completed before the
15th day of October, 1914.
The County Court reserves the
right to reject any and all bids and
to award the contract to a bidder
D o t the lowest should they deem it
for the best interest of the County
All bills to be filed with the Coun­
ty Clerk on or before tbe 28th d .y
of August, A D 1914, at the hour
of teu o’clock A. M , on which day
such contract shnll be Itt A certi­
fied check for five (5) per cent of
the amount of the bid to be depos­
ited with the County Clerk with bid
to be forfeited to the County tn case
contract shall be awarded and the
contractor shall fail, neglect or re
fuse for a period of tin days afti r
such award is made to enter into a
contract and file bis boud to the
satisfaction of the County Court ue
required by law.
Dated at the City of Ci quills,
Coos County, Oregon, this 8 tli day
of August, A D 1914
or pay the amount due as above shown
together with costs and accrued inter­
est and in case o f your failure to do so,
a decree will be rendered foreclosing
the lien o f said taxes and costs against
the land and premises above named.
This summons is published by order
o f the Honorable John S. Coke, Judge
o f the Circuit Court of the State o f Or­
egon for the County o f Coo a and said
order was made and dated this 3 day of
August, 1914 and the date o f the first
publication o f this summons is the 4 day
o f August, 1914.
All process and papers in this pro­
ceeding may be served upon the under­
signed residing within the State o f Ore­
gon, at the uddress hereafter men­
tioned.
In tb e C iicu it C ou rt o f the S ta te of
O reg on for C o o s C ou n ty
W. J. C o n r a d ,
Plaintiff
vs.
J a m e s H a m il t o n and
L. B. B il l in g s and
all other persons or
parties
unknown,
claim ing any right,
title, estate, lien or
interest in the real
estate
described
herein,
|
Every Part of the Art of
SUMMONS
FOR
PUBLICATION
r
Has Had Our Careful
Attention
IN
FORECL08UFE
OK
TAX LIEN
Defendants.
To James Hamilton and L. B. Billings
the above named defendants
In the Name o f the State o f Oregon:
you are hereby notified that W. J.
Conrad the holder o f < ertificate o f De­
linquency numbered 44 issued on the
29th day o f April, 1913 by the Tax Col­
lector o f the County o f Coos, State of
Oregon, for the amount o f Four and
3-100 Dollars, the same being the
amount then due and delinquent for
taxes for the year 1909 together with
penalty, interest and costs thereon up­
on the real property assessed to you,
o f which you are the owner as appears
o f record, situated in said County and
State, and particularly bounded and de­
scribed as follows, to-w it: Beginning on
the township line 2039.70 feet E. o f the
corner o f Townships 25 and 26, Ranges
12 and 13 run N. 45.5° E. 276.5 feet to
left bank o f Catching Slough; run S.
along said slough 75.5° E. 199 8 feet;
run S. 68° E. 129 fe e t; run S. 53“ E
142.8 feet; run W. on township line
621.4 feet to place o f beginning, all in
Sec. 31, T. 25 S. R. 12 West of Willam­
ette Meridian, Coos County, Oregon,
containing 1.5 acres.
You are further notified that said W
J. Conrad has paid taxes on said prem­
ises for prior or subsequent years with
the rate o f interest on said amounts as
follows:
Tax
Rate
Year s
Date
R ec’ t Ain’ t
of
Tax
Paid
No.
int.
1910 Apr. 29, 1913 9095 *9 97 12
“
“
1911
“
9186 *5 47 12
1912
|3 1 12
“
**
1908
"
8926 $6 28 12
i ; k )7 May 23,
“
6462 ♦3 62 12
Said James Hamilton and L. B. Bil­
lings as the owners o f the legal title of
the above described property as the
same appears o f record, and each o f
the other persons above named are
hereby further notified that W.J. Conrad
w ill apply to the ( ircuit ( ourt o f the
('ountyand State aforesaid for a decree
foreclosing the lien against the proper­
ty above described, and mentioned in
said certificate. And you are hereby
summoned to appear within sixty
days after the first publication o f this
summons exclusive o f the day o f said
first publication, and defend this action
I know a woman who spends
hours and hours every day doiug
fancy needle work When her hus­
band changes bis underclothes he
must either sew on buttons, use
nails, safety pins, or what not, to
cover up his nakedness
And yet
when her husband does not “ rave"
over every new stitch she learns she
says he has no eye for the beautiful
and does not appreciate her and her
I k n o w a w om an w h ose life since
work and what she is trying to do m arriage, has been devoted to her
for their home
clu b s and her societies and her
I know a woman whose husbaud’ s ch u rch w ork . Her h ou seh old affairs
work usually calls him out about h ave been neglected. H er ch ildren
five oclock in the morning. When h ave run the streets Sh e is a w o m ­
they were first married heatump'cd an o f h igh ideals, is con scien tiou s
to have her get up and gel his L;eak and honest in bet w ork aud b elieves
last, but one morning when be at­ she is a ccom plish in g great g o o d by
tempted to awaken her, she used her efforts, w hich are u n tirin g. But
such shocking language that he her h usband took to drink 5 ears
J am es W a tso n ,
never ventured 10 try to awaken a g o ; her ch ildren , particularly her
County Clerk
her since but gets up an hour earlier girls, have a most u nen viable repu ­
and gets bis own breakfast.
She tation, the yo u n ge r ones fo llo w in g
Notice to Contractors
doesn’t like to get up early and their in the footsteps ot their elder sisters.
financial circumstances are such A n d yet she w onders w hy.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
tha; they cannot afford to keep a
H o w ’s T h is ?
bids will he received for the ini
cock. It makes her eyes red to get
W e offer One Hundred Dollars Re­ I proveinent of that part of the Coun­
up early and. besides, wheri she is
ward for any case of Catarrh that
out so late at her club she is too cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh ty Bond in Road District No C, ac-
| cording to the special mad procee -
sleepy to get up early.
Aud yet Cure.
jiegs and special tax for the yeir-
more than once she has refused to
F. J. CHEN’ KY & CO.. Toledo, O.
TVe, the undersigned, have known P. J. i 1911, 1912 and 1913 and the plan
go to the 'movies' or other places
for the last 15 years, and believe j and specifications on file iu the of
with her husband becauses he some­ Cheney
him perfectly honorable in all business
A I c -n-
transactions and financially able to carry lice of the County Clerk
times nods between the acts.
out any obligations made by his firm.
i tracts to be completed before !b>
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
I know a woman who has raised
15th day of October, 1914
Toledo, O.
a family of girls. Long before thev
The County Court reserves the
Hall’s Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
were old enough to work she told acting directiy upon the blood and mu­ light to ri jict Buy and all bids an.I
cous surfaces o f tho system. Testimonials
them how they were going to dis­ sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold | to award tbe contiact to a bidder
like house work and how she was by all Druggists.
not th> lowest should they deem it
Take Hail's Family Pills for constipation.
going to beat them and make them
for the best interest of the County
do it auyway. She kept her word
All bids to ba file I with the
Notice to Contractors
and as soon as the girls were old
County Clerk ou or befoae the 280
enough or large euough to stand
day of August, A D 1914, at the
Notice is hereby given that sealed
on a chair and reach the kitchen bids will be received for the improve­ hour of ten o’clock A. M., on which
sink they were put to dishwashing. ment o f that part of the County Road day such contract shall be let. A
Tbe woman always said she would in Road District No. 26, according to certified check for five (5) per cent
much rather do tbe work herself the special road proceedings and special of the amount of the bid to be de­
tax for the years 1911, 1912 and IMS
than to bother with the gitls. But and the plans and specifications on file posited with the County lerk with
she did oot propose to raise her in the office o f the County Clerk. All bid to be forfeited to the County in
girls without teaching them how to contracts to be completed before the case contract shall be awarded and
work. In all the twenty years and 15th day o f October, 1914.
tbe contractor shall fail, neglect or
The County Court reserves the right
over that she has been a mother she to reject any and all bids and to award refuse for a petiod of ten days after
has never yet said "Come on, girls, the contract to a bidder not the lowest such award is made to enter into n
let’s do up OUR work.” It has al­ should they deem it for the best inter­ contract and file bis hond to the
ways been "N o w GO rn, girls, est ot the County.
satisfaction of the County Court as
All bids to be filed with the County-
hurry up and and do up YOUR Clerk on or before the 28th day of required bv law.
work.”
How those girls detest August, A. D. 1914, at the hour o f ten
Dated at the city of Coquille,
housework in general and dish­ o ’ clock A- M., on which day such con Coo< County, Oregon, this 8 tli day
washing in particular And yet she tract shall be let A certified check of August, A D, 1 9 q
for five (5) per cent o f the amount of
wonders why.
J axies W atson ,
bid to be deposited with the County
County Clerk.
Clerk with bid to be forfeited to the
I know a woman whose husband, County in case contract shall be award­
-*■ -*•» — —
by years of close application to busi­ ed ana the contractor shall fail, neglect In the C irc u it C o u rt o f fh e S ta te o f O r e ­
ness and by great self denial and or refuse for a period o f ten days after
gon fo r Coos C oun ty
strictest economy in all of bis own such award is made to enter into a con­
tract and file his bond to the satisfac­ W. J. C o n r a d ,
expenditures, had accumulated con­ tion o f the County Court as required by
Plaintiff,
siderable property among which law.
vs.
SUMMONS
Dated
at
the
City
o
f
Coquille,
Coos
was their small, though n«“at atrd
J . W. H a n e l in e and
fo r
County,
Oregon,
this
8th
day
o
f
August,
all other persons o r
PUBLICATION
comfortable home
The woman
A. D. 1914.
parties
unknown,
IN
was ambitious and because her
J am es W atson ,
claiming any righ t,
FORECLOSURE
neighbor had a large new house she
County Clerk.
title, estate, lien or
of
insisted that her husband build a
interest in the real
TAX LIEN
e
s
t
a
t
e
described
large new house
He tried to per­
Notice lo Contractors
herein,
suade her that it would embarrass
Defendants
him financially just at that time.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
He was shrewd enough to forsee a bids will be received for the improve­ To J. W. Haneline the above named
defendant
coming financial depression in busi ment o f that | art o f the County Road i In the Name o f the State o f Oregon:
in
Road
District
No.
19,
according
to
ness generally
But she wept and
you are hereby notified that W. J.
called him a calamity howler and the special road proceedings and special Conrad the holder of Certificate o f De­
tax for the years 1911, 1912 and 1913 linquency numbered 35 issued on the
said she nqyir could have things as and the plans and specifications on file
27tn dav o f June, 1912 by the Tax Col­
she wanted them.
So, to please in the office of the County Clerk. All lector o f the County o f Coos. State o f
contracts
to
be
completed
before
the
her and keep peace in tbe family,
i Oregon, for the amount o f Eight ami
■ 17-100 Dollars, the same being the
after she had threatened to “ go back 15th day o f October, 1914.
The County Court reserves the right amount then due and delinquent for tax­
to ma," he boirowed money and to reject any and all bids and to award
for the year 1909 together with penal­
built a house, carryiug out her the contract to a bidder not the lowest es
ty, interest and costs thereon upon the
every thought, every changeable should they deem it for the best inter­ the real property assessed to you, o f
which you are the owner as appears o f
whim in its construction The finan­ est o f the County.
All bids to lie filed with the County
cial depression which he forsaw, Clerk on or before the 28th day o f record, situated in said County and
State, and particular y bounded and
the panic of ’ 07 , came on before the August, A. D. 1914, at the hour o f ten described as follows, to-wit: South
bouse was completed
They had o'clock A. M.. on which day such con­ East Quarter o f the South East Quar­
scarcely moved into tbe new house tract shall he let. A certified check ter (S E '4 S E l4) o f Section Eighteen
for five (5) p. r cent o f the amount of
until she saw that it was too large bid to be dt ¡«sited with the County (18) Township Twenty Eight (28) S. |
Range 12 W . Willamette Meridian Coos
for their needs and she has ever Clerk with hid to be forfeited to the County,
Oregon, containing 40 acres 1
since complained at having to care County in case contract shall be award­ more or less.
,
You are further notified that said W. ,
for so large a house
Her husband ed and the Contractor shall fail, neglect
or refuse for a period o f ten days after J. Conrad has paid taxes on said prem­
has broken his health in carrying such award is made to enter into a con­
for prior or subsequent years with
the load of debt which he has never tract and file hia bond to the satisfac­ ises
the rate o f interest on said amounts as
been able to unload since those awful tion o f the County Court as required by­ follows:
Tax
Rate
days ol tbe panic and is making a law.
Dated at the City o f Coquille. Coos
Rec’ t
of
most heroic struggle to keep his | County, Oregon, this 8th day o f August. Y ear’ s Date
Tax
Paid
No. A m t int.
head above water. Yet the woman A. D. 1914.
1910 June 27, 1912 8916 $5 M 12
J a m e s W a ts o n ,
is ever complaining because they do
1911
7258 83 06 12
County Clerk.
1912 May 15. 1913 2636 83 40 12
not own an automobile
LAUNDERI NG
It is our business, so it
is necessary that we use
the very best and latest
methods to turn out the
best work possible
Our service is at your command.
If you are not already a customer
we would be glad to add you to
our host of satisfied patrons.
liUQUILLE LAUNDRY ft IÜE CO.
Str. Elizabeth
Regular as the Clock
San Francisco
and Bandon
First-class fare only..
$7.50
Up freight, per ton................ 3.00
E. & E. T . K ru se
2 4 C a liforn ia S treet, San F ra n cis co
F o r R éserv a tion s
J. E. NORTON
A g e n ts , C oq u ille, O r e g o n
E2EDE
3 S E
NOTICE
or
and after August 1, 1914 our
office hours will be as follows:
8 A. M. to 12 M. and 1 P. M to 3 P. M.
All our customers are earnestly request­
ed to remember these hours so that
none may lose the Cash Discount on
their bills by presenting them after 3
P. M. on the tenth of the month.
Oregon Power Company
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I know a woman whose husband
was a most popular young man he
fore marriage. He was the idol of
his companions and he made ac-
quainices only to make them his
fast ftiends.
He was honest and
industrious atid h i s capabilities
were far bei ond the average.
He
was tast climbing to fame and suc­
cess nti the popular tide He might
have had any office williiu the gift
This,
\ of the people of his district.
Notice lo Contractors
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received for the improve­
ment o f that part o f the County Road
in Road District No. 17, according to
the special mad proceedings and special
tax 'or the years 1911, 1912 and 1913
and the plans and specifications on file
in the office o f the County Clerk. All
contracts to bo completed before the
loth day o f October, 1914.
The Count; Coart reserves the right
to reject any ind >11 bids and to award
Said J ' W. Haneline as the owner of
the legal title o f the aboA-e described
property as the same appears ot record,
and each o f the other persons above
named are hereby further noti ied that
W. J. Conrad will apply to the t ircuit
Court o f the County and State a fore­
said for a decree foreclosing the lien
against the property above described,
and mentioned in said certificate. And
you are hereby summoned to appear
within sixty days after the first publi­
cation o f this summons exclusive o f the
day o f said first publication, and defend
this action or pay the amount due as
above shown together with costs and ,1
Announcement
I I A V I N G leased the plant of the Co-
* * quille Mill and Mercantile Com­
pany, the undersigned is now prepared
to fill all orders for any kind of
LUMBER
Especial attention will be paid to the
local demand, and every effort will he
made to supply anything needed at the
shortest possible notice.
Your orders
are solicited.
E. E. JOHNSON
LESSEE
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