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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1914)
DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY
war. On May 9 , 1864 , he was mar- o f authority, tbs Southern Pacific
ried to Esther Kittgers, and later Railway company will announce the
came to Oregon, arriving on the Co
completion o f iU coaat road line be-
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
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The Public Appreciates
quille June 9 , 18 71
Mr. Nosier tween Marabfied and North Bend ^ G u a r a n t e e A b a t r a c T Co* ritl*
homesteaded the land now known and Eureka, to be conatructeJ com-
as N olley ’ s Addition and he b u ilt 1 mencing in the spring o f 1915. Abraham Van Zile to ltent Gilbert-
some of the first houses in Coquille. Tw o routes, it is understood, sre in
ao*'’ w d ,0‘
1,1,1 E-Ik Psrk add to
Besides being a carpenter, be
he also ! consideration, one, an extension of LakeH'lle’
“ k« aide, ^008
We Have Our Stock on Display Now and
taught some of the early schools, the Smith-Powers logging railroad, .
Gilbertson et 11 « to Bent Uil-
. . . . .
liertson, wd parcel of land in sec 6 , tp
Invite Your Inspection
The leisure time of your customers and pros
a term in the legislature other,
Bend. 1 North
28 1 r 12 w w
$ 10 .:
pective customers is during the evening.
from this county, being elected io through Empire down rue
Boneett Trust Co to Wm W Holland,
1 898, and was one of the solid and past Bandon, about four miles east b At a deed uud
0 / lots 1 , 12 , 13, 14 , &
They feel grateful to the merchant who
respected citizens of this section. of the city, and through Curry " « ' a »1 nel4'p sec 10 , w '8 *e'4, e ‘ j of
dresses his windows attractively and lights
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w ‘ -i ol nw'4, sec 11 .
His first wife died in 1887 , and in county. Tbe statement is expected
them properly with Mazda lamps, so the
1894 he was married to Amanda to be forthcoming before February tp 28 ■ r 14 w w in,
merchandise displayed can be examined.
Henry Sengstackeu Co to Joseph Car
Simmons, who survives him. Be 1, 1915.
tier et ux, w d parcel ol lend in lot 12 ,
People who cannot be attracted during the
sides the widow, the following sons
j sec 31, tp 25 s r 12 w w m,
day will pause at night to inspect a beauti
and daughters survive him: Alva
Samuel E Blaine et ux to Margaret
fully illuminated window.
A , Israel R., and Mrs. G eorge
J Morris w d lots 3 &blk 38 Boiseddu4
Hartley, all of San Diego, Cal.; and
j to Marshfield
The work the windows do at night counts
(Continued Irom ist page)
Oscar L , Samuel M ,, Eugene E .,
! Z T Siglin et al to P J McGinty wd
big in day-time sales.
Mrs. A. T. Morrison. Mrs. Clyde u to aid in saving the lives o f at ne.l 4 of ne‘$ of sec 33 also swt 4 of aw t 4
Let us render expert assistance. Phone 71.
G age, Mrs. C T . Skeels and W il least two men in every 1,000 ot the sec 27 all in tp 28 s r 13 w
liam H Nos[er of this city; the last three and one half tneu per 1,000
Theodore Kusch et ux to George Wil-
uamed being the ofTsprug o f the now killed in our mining opera- 80,1 et al w d lot 14 blk 14 Railroad add
lions. In au industrial army 0 f ; 10 Mar8hfie,d
j second marriage.
Northern Pscific Railway Co to Min
The funeral took place Friday over a million men workiug under -1
the question of over population need
neapolis Trust Co w d lots 3 4 5 seti of
not worry the peoples o f the earth
, , nwJ-4 *>» of se,t 4 sec 3 tp 27 s r 11 w ion
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY at present any more than that of the ! was largely attended, burial taking saving of more than 2,000 lives; and ; ig2.10 A
Henry Wyburn to W H Hayes et al
Entered as second class matter May earth's duration which some astron place in the Odd Fellows cemetery. in the combined mining aud miner-
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8 , 1905. at the poet office at Coquille,
al industries, employing two and one w d lot 1 & ne >4 of nw '4 sec 18 tp 32 s
Oregon, underact o! Congress of March omers think may be prolonged for
third million men, I hope we can ; r 11 w lot 4 sec 12 & lot 1 sec 13 in tp 32
four hundred million years. There Deer Slaughtering
s r 12 w w m con 149.52 A
: is especially no cause for worry in
Gang Found in Curry aid in preventing 30,000 to 40,000
E A Parrish et ux to O S oleman q
accidents each year.
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
the United States, which has at
c d parcel of land in sec 1 tp 29 s 1 12
" I t must not be forgotten that w w m
From a Gold Beach special to the
present less than 30 inhabitants to
Devoted to the material and social
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par the square mile as compared with Evening Record we glean the lot mining is and always will lie a haz
George A Lyons et al to Harry G Hoy
ticularly and c f Coos County generally. 2,277 *u Japan and 630 in Belgium. j lowiug particulars of the capture ardous industry aud that each year j q c d se ' 4 of se ‘4 see 20 tp 25 s r 12 w
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance
» 10 .
We have ample room for all, but if ! aud conviction of parties who have it will demand as its tribute to mod- con 40 A
: tain death roll
Phone Main 381.
the world continues to exist the day been killing deer in Curry county era c
Geo Ewen et ux to Tina Des Jar-
W e c..nnot avoid the inevitable, but j dins w d lot 17 bl 1 Edmonstons Eirst.
will come wheu even Uncle Sam for their hides:
The Herald would like to sug
G old Beach, Dec. 5 .— Game W ar we can avoid the unnecessary; and addition to Marshfield
uel’s broad acres will be crow ded.
gest to the W om en’ s Study Club
It is the fashiou now for our states,
that if they desire to make the larg
ris w d lots 3 4 5 6 bl 23 Boise add to
counties, cities and towns to engage j posse consisting of Delmar Colgrove, o f at least two thousand miners
We have a nice line of
est possible sale of the Red Cross
in rivalry lor population. The re j Austin Ralph, R oy D ixon and the
Christmas Seals, a supply should be
staple goods suitable for
the and to their wives and lamilies;
turns of the recent census were jea l Russell
placed where they are easily to be
ously watched to see that one local i Pistol river game violators at the aud a reduction to an extent ol 30 ,-
gifts and done up in
found by those desiring to purchase
ity didn’ t get any advantage o f the points o f their rifles and surprised 000 to 40,000 in non fatal accidents
them. Undoubtedly many will be
them completely. O o being brought in the m ining and metallurgical in Manufacturers of
other in the enumeration
sold by the members of the club
You will not know
But need we worry about this to Gold Beach, they were given a dustries of the country. Surely The Celebrated berqmann Shoe
real petticoat com
under the present plan, but if is
either? Population will com e fast trial in the justice o f the peace court.
fort until you have worn
certain that many sales will be
Smoking Jackets, Sus
enough. The number of people in George Fischer received a $300 fine for.”
prospectors and mill men.
missed because possible purchasers
the couutry is bound to keep on in and sixty days io jail; Clifford was
621 Thurman Street
will not know where to find the
creasing. T h e land is lim ited, but fined $ 15 0 ; Vou N orw ick and R ob
P ortland . O kkoon .
Lecture on Peru
seals. Or, if they d o know who
Supporters and other use
Agent for Coquil e
the possibilities o f teeming life are ertson pleaded guilty and escaped
the kind that fits without
the members of the W om en’ s Study
f u l articles. Navajo
Every inhabitable re with fifty dollars each.
pucker or wrinkle, and
Club are and where they live, they
will never bind or sag.
gion will get its share quite as soon Golden gave evidence and was not
Robes, with cords and
w ill not go out in the residence
The lecture ou "L ife in Peru”
N eeds no alteration. T his
About 75 hides, in
as the present denizens are prepared prosecuted.
part of town to bunt them up. The
given by R ev. Joseph Knotts at the
is because o f the patented
trimmings complete —
for the intense competition o f a cluding fawns aud does were e x
elastic waistband and side gussets. W e
fight against tuberculosis is well
M. E. Church Wednesday was
hibited in court. The penalties are
denser peopling.— E x .
fine for bath robes.
have K L O S F I T P E T T I C O A T S In
worthy the support c f all, and al
worthy of much praise
not considered any too severe, as
all the popular shades. Metsaline and
most any one would be willing
Knotts spent five years in Peru as
Use the Red Cross Seals
the violations are the worst and
Silk Jersey at $ 5 .0 0 upward, or in
to spend a few cents for the seals,
a teacher iu the mission schools.
C otton $ 1.5 0 upward.
most flagrant o f any ou record.
but few will spend the time and ef
During that time he learned much
Red Cross Seals should, in ac
Iu July, the schooner Rustler
fort necessary to get them under cordance with Order N o. 5,020 ol
o f the country and its peoples.
brought down a complete outfit for
I f the seals the Post-office Department, "b e af
Rarely do we have the the oppor
the manufacture of gloves, includ
First-class fare only..............$7.50
were placed on sale in a few prom fixed to the reverse side of domestic
tunity to listen to one who has
ing a number of machines
Up freight, per ton............... 3.00
inent places down town we believe mail m atter," and not on the address
spent years of labor, of this nature,
were taken to the W ill Claruo place,
that many sales would result that side o f any letters or packages that
in a country so different from ours.
date hereof. Said claims so presented ; ject to redemption in the manner pro-
located in an isolated and very un-
shall be in writing, duly itemized, and vided by
otherwise will be missed.
Rev. Knotts’ discourse contains en
are going through the mail. They
l.erqueuted valley at the headwaters
Dated this 17th dav of November, 1914.
verified as by law required.
may be placed anywhere ou matter
W. W. G age ,
J ohn D. Goss
of the south fork of Pistol river
Sheriff of Coos Countv, Oregon.
showed careful study, and his
going by express. As many seals
Lew A . Cates, in the Polk Coun may be used on the back of a letter
keen observation. He outlined quite
ty Observer, calls attention to Dr. or package as may be desired. Care persons in question. A man uamed completely the life of the Peruvian,
Date of last publication: December In the County Court of the State of O re
gon for Coot County
W ithycom be’ s queer action in the should be exerised in sending mer Fischer, w ho had several times describing the three cl sses of people
Agent, Coquille, Oregon
matter o f the appointment of a state chandise through the mails not to
Sheriffs Sale of Real Property on Foreclosure In the Matter of the Estate of Thomas
in their modes of living, their work
T. Smith, Deceased.
ing, was at the head ol the outfit
printer, as follows:
and their pastimes. With the re
place seals over the strings with
Notice is hereby given. That by vir
Does Dr. W ithycom be desire to which the package is tied, since this aud several men were employed as lating of some personal experiences
To Walter R. Smith, Alma B. Kay,
tue of an execution duly issued out of
shirk the responsibilities o f making seals the package agaiust inspection hunters. Another man named Bol he pictured vividly the peculiarities
the Circuit Court of the State of Ore Bonnie F. Smith, Warren B. Smith,
for the County of Coos and to me Lyle C. Smith, Ezra M. Smith, Jose
appointments may well be asked, and subjects it to first-class postage
so numerous in these people. He
directed on the 13th day of November, phine Fletcher, Mina Tucker, Levina
I9 I4 * IR A T
since he declined to recommend to rates Users o f Red Cross Seals are
1914, upon a judgment and decree duly Catherine Stoltz, Edward A. Smith,
spoke extensively o f the natives’
rendered, entered of record and docket William Thomas Smith and Annie L.
G overnor West, at the latter's re cautioned against their indiscrimi- taking orders, meanwhile posing as plans oi educating the young, and
ed in and by said Court on the 15th day Schneider, and Lizzie Smith, and to all
an accident insutance agent and
persons interested in said estate,
quest, a man for the important po
in doing so portrayed the narrow WINTER SHORT COURSE— JAN. 4-30 of June, 1914, in a certain suit then in GREETING:
said Court pending, wherein Alice
keeping a weather eye open lor the
sition of state printer The appoint
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
ness, and inconsistenc) of their
Stemmerman was plaintiff and E. F.
Agriculture, Including Agronomy,
ment of a state printer must, under
Stutsman and her husband A. H. OF OREGON. You are hereby cited
Animal Husbandry, Dairying, Horti
required to appear in the t ounty
Stutsman, C. R. Wiley and his wife
culture, Poultry Husbandry, Insects,
The outfit on Pistol river were
the provisions of the new law which
Perhaps the most interesting lea-
Mrs. C. R. Wiley, N. C. Medley, un Court of the State of Oregon for the
Plant and Animal Diseases, Cream
goes into effect on January t, be
married, J. D. Finnell and hi® wife A. County of Coos, at the Court Room
ery Management, M arketin g, etc.
ture ot the discourse, was the "T r ip
S. Finnell, A. H Stutsman Trustee F. thereof, at Coquille, in said County and
Home Economics, Including C o o k
tanning hides, and making gloves
made bv the board not later than
Over the A ndes” as Rev. Knotts
ing, Home Nursing, Sanitation, Sew
W. Stevens, W. C. Laird, B. F- Willey State, on the 23rd day of December,
It is estimated by
January i, and this situation brings
and William Schroeder, co-partners, un 1914, at ten o ’clock A. M. of that day,
ing. D ressm ak in g and M illinery.
| relates it. His description of the
Commerce, including Business Man
der the firm name of Willey and Schroe then and there to show cause, if any
ranchers that at least 400 deer have
up for review the host of candidates
[climb to the lofty heights of those
der, John R. Miller, & Flahagan & Ben- « * '8t- *:hy at! order should not be grant-
agement, Rural Economics, Business
and possibilities for the position as
nett Bank, were defendants in favor of f d
*^te a? e of the real property be-
Law, Office Training. Farm Account
i great mountains, revealing tbe w on
plaintiff and against said defendants by
8a,(^ estate as prayed for
since July, the woods being full of
well as the intricacies o f law and
Shopwork and Roadbuilding.
which execution I am commanded to in s a ii petition and described as lot two
der and grandeur of the scenery,
constitutional inhibitions involved
An E,*iott’s addition to
the property in said execution and Í?
too beautiful, too wonderful to des PARMERS WEEK— FEBRUARY 1-« sell
hereinafter described to pay the sum
e El4[> Coos County, Oregon,
Deputy Game W aidens John A d
A general clearing bouse session of
There are numerous candidates for
Hon. John F. Hall, Judge
cribe iu mere words, was indeed
six days for the exchange of dynamic
ams and W ill Powell have been in
Six & 65-100 Dollars, with interest of the County ( ourt of the State of Or-
the place and Governor-elect W ith y
Ideas on the most pressing problems
faciuating T be clim b to the snow
thereon st the rate of 6 per cent, per
°? 1 ’ / or. ^ oantX. “ LC“ ®8' w'th the
tbe hills for some days, obtainiug
•f the times.
Lectures by leading
com be has been given the chance to nating use on foreign mail.
annum from the 15th day of June, 1914, I 8 »al,of 8ald Court affixed, this 21st day
capped mountain peaks, which
authorities. State conferences.
name one to be supported by G ov Cross Seals in normal times may be
until paid together with the costs and : of N a ° X ^ Í 'ef LI'
seems never to be reached, then the EXTENSION SERVICE
disbursements of said suit taxed a t 1
Offers lectures, movable schools, In
ernor West, yet he has announced used on the reverse side o f mail ted and several hides were located.
descent to the tropical land of fruit
stitutes and numerous correspondence
that he will take no part in the ap matter sent to Austria, Germ any, With sufficient evidence on band
dred Dollars and costs and expenses of j C0UNTY COURT ___ Deputy Clerk.
courses on request.
abundant aud o f flowers gorgeous.
said execution. 1 will on Wednesday, | x„ , he Ciicult court o. tne S u te of
Piano, String, Band, Voice.
pointment of state printer.
Inas Great Britain and most of the Brit the wardens gathered a strong posse
He closed with explaining the !
the 16th day of December. 1914, at the j
O regon for C o o s C ounty
much as the appointee will be a ish colonies, except India and A u s which lett the Colgrove ranch early work o f the Mission, the great need | No tuition. Reduced rates on all rail hour of 103)0 o’clock A. M. of said day [
part o f Dr. W ithycom be’s adminis tralia
Guatemala, Uruguay and
and tbe great opportunities lying | The Oregon Agricultural College,
tration, it would naturally appear Portugal refuse to admit mail bear telephoned from the Fischer place
CORVALLIS. OREOON gon, sell at public auction to the high-! ,
within this country.
est bidder for cash in hand on the day 'ov na Craham,
that they had captured 75 green ]
that he wr uld be interested in the ing non-postage stamps.
The lecture proved to be most in
of sale, all the right, title, interest and L .
hides and gathered iu the whole
estate which said defendants E. F. ” ° Lovina Graham, the above named
European countries will return to
structive and entertaining through-'
Stutsman and A. H. Stutsman and all! defendant:
gang with the exception of Fischer
the sender any mail bearing Red
out aud the Epvvorth League is to be
Notice is hereby given that the under jersons claiming under them subsequent IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
and another man who bad started
Cross Seals on the address side.
signed has, by order of the Cour-cy x> the plaintiff’s mortgage lien in, ofi
congratulated upon obtaining
out that morning for a six days'
Court for Coos County, Oregon, been and to said real property. Said mort-1 You are hereby notified that you are
Mail addressed to any o f the bellig
¡evening from R ev. Knotts.
duly appointed administrator of the es gaged premises hereinbefore mentioned required to appear and answer the
It is estimated that the earth has
Meanwhile, Bolton had
erent countries in Europe should
tate of Alfred M. Weal, deceased, and are described in said execution as fol- complaint filed against you in the above
in round numbers eighteen billion
been placed under arrest as he was
that all persons having claims against lows, to-wit: Beginning at a point 727 entitled suit within six weeks from the
not bear the Red Cross Seal.
said estate are hereby notified that feet east and 296 feet north of the date of the first publicatian of this sum-
acres o f fertile laud besides a good
passing tbe Hardeubrook ranch.!
Cross Seals may be used on the face
they are required to present the same, southwest corner of the east half of the mons, to-wit: Within six weeks from
deal more that might be maife fer
I be settlers ot the Pistol river
H. W. Young has purchased the duly verified, with the proper vouchers, northwest quarter of section 36, in the 3rd day of November, 1914, and if
of checks, on bills, on legal docu
to the undersigned at the office- of A. township 27 south of range 13 west of you fail to appear and answer on or be-
tile by scientific treatment.
ments and on any commercial paper. country are very much aroused over half interest in the Sentinel which J. Sherwood, in Coquille, Coos County, the Willamette Meridian; thence east fore the 15th day of December, 1914,
most densely populated part o f the
degrees that date being the last day of the timé
w h e n Oregon, within six months from the 12 chains; thence south,
These Christmas Seals are not good
west, 6 chains, thence south 22‘4 de- prescribed in the order of pnblication
date of this notice.
earth is p obably found in some sec
They will not carry
Dated this 8 th day of December, 1914. rees west 6 chains; thence south, 26i„ the plaintiff will take judgment and deL
tions of Japan, where two and one-
egrees west; 4 chains, thence south, cree against you for the relief demand-
J o h n H. W est ,
any mail matter, but auy kind ot j will get the limit of the law wheu ness. The Sentinel says:
Administrator of the Es 50 degrees west, 2.89 chains to a point ed in his complaint, a succinct state-
balf acres o f land often support a
mail matter will carry them.
tate of Alfred M. West, 7 feet norlh o f a five inch myrtle at ment of which is as follows:
family of twelve persons, besides
the northwest corner of county bridge
For the dissolution of the marriage
been chased out of several counties 0f the Sentinel has closed the option 12-8-5t
across Cunningham Creek; thence north contract now existing between you and
providing for a cow, a donkey and
in the states and, it is evident, their which he has had on J. C. Savage’ s
64 3-4 degrees west. 1.37 chains along the plaintiff, and for his costs and dis-
Perhaps the density ot
the north boundary of county road; bursements in this suit,
traffic must have paid them well half interest in this paper since he
thence north, 27‘a degrees west, 1
Service of this summons is made by
the population is quite as great in N O S I.E R — In this city, Dec. 3 ,
because there are so many of them purchased Mr. Cates’ halt interest
In the County Court of the State of chain along the north boundary of coun- publication thereof in pursuance of an
19 14 , William H . Nosier, aged I
some districts of China, but the sta
made by the Hon John F. Hall,
and their work was carried on with in January. Prior to this he has
In the matter of the estate of James west, 2.40 chains along north boundary County Judge for Coos County, Oregon
74 years, 8 months and 19 days. much boldness.
tistics are not so definite. Allowing
had a lease on Mr. Savage's inter- Tracy, deceased.
of county road; thence north, 12.95 dated the 2 nd day of November, 1914Í
a round number of five persons to
The deceased was one of the p io
il h has
»„M r„ nmnertv
the - entire
John D Goss,
been chains to place of beginning, and con- directing that service thereof be made
taining 12 80 acres, more or less, aub- by publication in the Coquille Herald, a
the acre this planet could support neers o f the Coquille valley. He
To Announce Route Soon under his control, so that with the appointed administrator of the estate ject
to a right of way for a railroad weekly newspaper published in the citv
ninety billions of people instead of was born at Greencastfe, Indiana,
by the Dean Lumber Company of Coquille, Coos County, Oregon,
completion o f this d * ,l the Sentinel
the billion and a half that now in and removed to Iowa with bis par
>m once a week for a period of six weeks!
A 8 sd Francisco dispatch of Dec will continue under exactly the to present their claims to me at my lots numbered 1 and 2 in block numbered
habit it, says a magazine writer.
ents. He enlisted iu the Union ar ember 1st, says:
r— , l .
office in the First National Bank 1 in the townsite of Sunnyside Addition her 3 rd, 1914.
"It ia announced •am»
A. J. S herwood ,
These fiigures go to show that my and served thioughout the Civil here on what is considered the best same management as for the past BuUdin(f M, rshHeld. Coos County, to Coquille City, Coos County, Oregon,
Oregon within six months from the as platted, Said sale being made sub-
Attorney for plaintiff.
W e ll Lighted Show W indow s
Leather Goods, Smokers’ Sets
Parisian Ivory, Manicure Articles
TOLL OF PEACEFUL INDUSTRY
KNOWLTON'S DRUG STORE
Oregon Power Company
T h e C o q u i lle H e r a l d
a n d Bandon
C all and S e e
ROSE’S Cash Store
E. & E. T . K ru se
Notice to Creditors
Notice to Creditors