Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, September 15, 1914, Image 4

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    Sherill's Sale of Real Property on Foreclosure
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L H . HAZARD. Cat hi e r
BIDING IN YOUI^ V O T E S
A ll vote in the Anderson-Drane Piano contest [
should be brought in and placed in the ballot
box within a week from the date on which
!
they are issued. No votes over a week old
will be counted on the weekly prize.
It Is Not Too Late
To nominate a new candidate— plenty of time to catch up with the leaders
0. C SANFORD, A i t i . Ceshi e.
FIRST N A T IO N A L L A N K
NOTICE IS H E R EB Y G IVEN that*
under and bv virtue o f an execution I
and Order of Sale uwued out o f the I
Circuit Court o f the State o f Oregon
op C O Ç U lL â L ia , O R B G O f i ,
for the County of Coos on the 3rd day
of September, A. I). 11*14» in a certain
suit wherein» Robert Dollar Co., a cor­ T r a n w H c t a n G e n e r a l H a n k i n g B u a i n e a t «
poration, is plaintiff and against Co-
uuille Lumber Co., a corporation, L. C.
C a r r .ip o n d .n l,
B e r » a f Dl r aet ar ».
Reynolds, as Receiver o f the Coquille
Lumber Company, a corporation, Farm­ R.O. Dement, A. J. Sherwood,
National Bank o f Commerce,New York Cit
ers A Merchants Bank, a corporation,
I,. Harlocker, 1,. H. Hazard,
Crocker Woolworth N ’ l Hank, San Franciscy
as Trustee, J. A. Collier, O. J. See lev,
(ttaiah Hacker, K. K. Shine
First Nationall Bank o f Portland, Portland
C. A. Gage, L. J. Simpson, G. W.
Beale, L. C. Reynolds, A. B. Daly, A.
E. Ellingson, First National Bank of
Coos Bay, a corporation, Johnson
Lumber Company, a corporation, and
Coquille River Electric Company, a cor­
R. 8. K nowlton , President
G eo . A . R obinson , Vice-Pres.
poration, E. E. Johnson, Alfred John­
R. il. M ast , Cashier.
son, R. J. Morris and Frank Morris,
defendants, being case No. 3492 of said
Court, and commanding me to satisfy
the sum o f $17,593.38 with interest
thereon at the rate of 8 per cent, per
annum from the 11th day of August,
1914, the further sum o f $750.00 attor­
COQUILLE. OREGON
neys fee with interest thereon at the
rate of 0 per cent, per annum from the
11th day of August, 1914, and the fur­
ther sum of $845.40 with interest there­
Opened fur Bnsines March. 1890
on at the rate o f 6 per cent, per annum
from the 11th day of Augugt, 1914, and
costs and disbursements taxed at $57.70
CORRESPONDENTS :
all of said sums being due the Robert
l.add & Tilton Bank, Portland
First National Bank, San Francisco
Dollar Co. plaintilF; the sum of $5,597.-
50 with interest thereon at the rate of
National Park, New York
First Trust & Sa-ings, Coos Bay
6 per cent, per annum from the 11th
day of August, 1914, and the further
sum of $15.00 costs and disbursements,
the same being the amounts due J. A.
Collier, O. J. Seeley, C. A. Gage, L. J.
Simpson, Geo. W. Beale, and L. C.
Reynolds, defendants; the sum o f $4,-
O LD R E L IA B L E —EQUIPPED W IT H W IRELESS
750.45 with interest at the rate of 8 per
ift
cent, per annum from the 11th day of
August, 1914, the sum o f $200.00 attor­
neys fee with interest at the rate of
0 per cent, per annum from August 11th,
1914, and costs and disbursements taxed
A L W A Y S ON T IM E
at $
, the same being the amounts
due the Johnson Lumber Company, de­
fendant; the sum o f $4,275.56 with in­
S ails fr o m C o o s B a y
terest at the rate o f 8 per cent, per an­
A t 12:30 P. M., September 2nd, 7th, 17th, 22nd, 27th.
num from August 11th, 1914, the sum
o f $200.00 attorneys fees with interest
at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum
from August 11, 1914, and costs and
Phone M ain 18 7
P. L. STERLING. Agent
disbursements taxed st -5
. the
same being the amounts due the First
-n. r r : r 1—
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-$3? • i Æ?-
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National Bank o f Coos Bay, defendants;
tin- sum o f $517.84 with interest st tin-
rate o f H per cent, per annum from Au­
gust 11th, 1914, and costs and disburse­
ments taxed at $
, the same be­
ing the amounts due R. J. Morris and
Frank Morris, defendants; and the sum
of $40.05 costs and disbursements due
And Anio Line
L. C. Reynolds, Receiver, out o f the
hereinafter described real property as:.!
apply the proceeds of such sale in the
I.cavie M\itle Burnt 7 u. ip.
following order:- (A ) payment o f Re­ 1 ;
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ceivership charges and expenses, (B
Ainve* Roseburg... 5 p.m.
payment o f judgment o f plaintiff Rob­
Leaves Roseburg....
0 a. in.
ert Dollar Co., (C pa mi nt o f judg­
••• — ‘ i £ B b
Arr. My I tie Point! y 6 p. m.
ment o f defendants J. A. Collier, O. J.
Seeley, C. A. Gage, L. J. Simpson,
Make r. serval iui.a in advance nt Owl
Geo. W. Beale, and L. C. Reynolds, (D )
Drug Store, Marshfield.
payment of judgment of Johnson Lum­
ber Company and First National Bank
of Coos Bay, which said two judgments
shall share in equal proportions, (E )
payment o f judgment of R. J. Morris
and Frank Morris, I W IL L , ON S A T ­
hi
U R D A Y TH E 17th D AY OF OCTO­
BER, 1914, at the hour of 10:00 o’clock
in the forenoon of said day at the front
door of the Court House in the City of
Coquille, Coos County, Oregon, offer for
sale and sell at public auction to the high
est and best bidder for cash in hand all
of the right, title and interest and es
tate which the said defendant Coquille
Lumber Company, a corporatian, and
all persons claiming under it subsequent
to the plaintiff’s mortgage lien in of
and to said real property.
Said mort
gaged premises hereinbefore mentioned
The next issue o f the Telephone Directory goes
are described in said Execution as fo l­
lows, to-wit: Beginning at a point at
to press about October 15, 19L4. Advertising
low water mark on the right bank of
the Coquille River at the mouth of a
space for sale.
Make your reservations for
smali stream; said point being situated
2370 feet South and 1524 feet West of
space in it.
For pai’ticular write or call.
the quarter section corner on the North
boundary line o f Section 1 in Townshii
28 South of Range 13 West o f the Wil-
lammette Meridian; thence following
Coos B ay Home Telephone Co.
said low water line, in a Westerly di­
- Main Office
Marshfield, Oregon
rection down said stream and down the
right bank of said Coquille River a dis­
tance o f 2310 feet, more or less, to the
mouth o f the next small stream at
point 745 feet South and 2800 feet West
of the above described quarter section
corner; thence North 70° East 30 feet
more or less, .along the center of said
small stream to the South boundary of
the Coos Bay, Roseburg and Eastern
Railroad and Navigation Company’ s
Having leased this well-equipped hotel, I propose
right o f way; thence following the
South boundary of said right of way;
to
conduct it in such a manner as to merit pat­
in an Easterly direction, a distance of
2015 feet, more less, to the center of a
ronage
and give satisfaction to [the traveling
small stream, thence South 14 West 95
feet, more or less, along the center of
public.
said small stream to the place of begin­
ning, containing 11 11-100 acres o f la:MI.
more or less. Together with the tene­
ments, hereditaments and the appur­
tenances thereunto belonging or in any
wise appertaining and also the estate,
right title and interest o f the party of
the first part of, in and to the same.
Said sale being made subject to redemp­
tion in the manner provided by law.
Dated this 10th day o f September,
1914.
W. W. GAGE,
Sheriff of Coos County, Oregon,
8-15-5t
Farmers
and
Merchants Bank
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H.O, Anderson
And
P. E. Drane
Want
Your Trade
The Coquille
Herald
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r > 1“7 Ik /I T ? l i /I n F7 n t There are m any other valuable
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aw ards besides the
T w o B eautiful Pianos Free!
C rescent Range AT P. E. DRAINE S
U. S. Acid Proof Royal Blue
ENAMEL W A R E
Clean and Sanitary.
Our line includes everything
from a water dipper, up. The prices are right
and with each piece sold we give
100 Extra Votes
We now have a full line of
ALLEN & LEWIS’
PREFERRED STOCK
I.r
VA
Canned and package goods.
Wishing to
supply our customers with the best grocer­
ies obtainable we recently gave the firm an
open order to placs on our shelves a com­
i t . .
Built in three sizes and in any style
to suite the taste or requirement.
plete line o f these strictly high-grade goods
and believe that we have the only full
stock in the county.
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AT ANDERSON’S AT P. E. DRANE’S
H. 0. Anderson
P. E. Drane
Votes will be given on subscriptions paid in, either new or old.
2000 Votes on $1.00 for New
1000 Votes on $1.00 for O ld
The Coquille Herald
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Carrying Baggage and United Stales Mail
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Office
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M. M. YOUNG, Proprietor
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Trespass notices printed on cloth
and worded in keeping with law,)
or sale at the H erald office.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore- |
gon for Coo. County
J ess L u k e , Plaintiff,
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suit in
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- EQUITY FOR
N e ttie L u k e . Defendant \ a divorce
SUMMONS.
I To Nettie Luke, Defendant
| In the Name o f the State of Oregon:
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed against
you in the above entitled suit on or be­
fore the expiration o f six (6) weeks
; from the date of the first publication
of this summons, to wit: on or before
! the 6th day o f October. 1914 and i f you
j fail to answer, for want thereof, the
plaintiff will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in said complaint, to-
wit: that the marriage contract exist­
ing between the said plaintiff and the
defendant Nettie Luke be wholly dis­
solved and held for naught.
This summons is published by virtue
o f an order made the 21st Hay of Au­
gust 1914 bv John I’ . Hall, Judge o f the
County Court o f the State of Oregon
for Coos Countv. directing that said
summons be published once a week for
six consecutive weeks in the Coquille
Herald, a newspaper of general emula­
tion published in Coos County, State of
Oregon.
Walter Sinclair
Attorney for Plaintiff
Coquille. Or.
Date of first publication Aug 2oth 1914
Date of last publication Oct 6th 1914
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Am I My
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Keeper?
Yes! You
Provided he is addicted to liquor
TO VOTE OREGON DRY
AV SALEM — Drunk-
enness has decreased
in ratio of six to on*
since the town went
dry.
I N SALEM —Business
is far better than when
the town was wet,
three leading m er­
chants say.
Paid Advertisement by Committee of One Hundred
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