Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, December 22, 1914, Image 2

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DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY
PIANO GONTEST
We Have Our Stock on Display Now and
Invite Your Inspection
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Leather Goods, Smokers’ Sets
Parisian Ivory, Manicure Artcles
KNOWLTON’S DRUG STORE
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PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY
Entered as second class matter May
8, 1905. at the post office a t Coquille,
Oregon, underact ol Congress of March
8, 1879.
¡established rates.
What is fair for the one is fair lor
the other capital, combining and
bargaining collectivel) , cannot just­
ly deny the same privilege to labor.
That is the way enlightened em­
ployers look at it alter many years
ol experience.
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
Devoted to the material and social But there is more tllan mere hon
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par- or and justice in their attitude
ticularly and cf Coos County generally. The average employer has observed
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance
(Gold Beach Globe)
Mrs. Samuel Powell last Friday
closed a very successful nine
months’ term of school in the Ferry
District.
County Surveyor Caugbell started
to survey out the propi se<l new
road this morning from t o w D to
Je rry ’s flat
The prisoners now confined in
the county jail have been basking in
the sun tbe last few days, digging
out and burning three or four |
stumps which still remained in the
Court House Square. Their work
improved the appearance of the
yard wonderfully.
Word reached here early this
morning by phoue that a body of
an unknown man bad been found
iu the river at Gold Bar. T. A.
Billings found the body aud gave
as bis opinion that it was that of
Frank Morsey, who in company
with A. II Cuitis was attempting to
come to Gold Bi ach in a row boat
Mr Morsey losing his life just above
tbe Government bridge. The body-
looked as though it had been in
tbe water some two months, which
tallies with the time of the above
mentioned accident.
that industry operates most smooth
ly and profitably when the relations
of the employer and the em­
T H E CO UNTY JU D G E S H IP
ploye are on a basis of mutual ben­
efit and dignified self-respect. He
The county judgeship seems to
finds that unionism at its best pays
be still an unsettled question, and
even him to deal with a strongly
it is likely that legal proceedings
organized, successful and law-abid­
will be inaugurated when the prop­
ing organization rather than with a
er time comes
mob of discontented individuals.
Judge John F. Hall and Judge-
There is still much to be done on
elect James Watson are acting in
both sides before conditions are per­
the most friendly spirit and neither
fect. Some employers are still un In the Circuit Court ot the State of O re­
wants anything not right or legal ,.
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gon in and for the County of Coo*
It has been stated that both are USt an UmDte hgent and so are
some union leaders. But it is re­
willing to leave the matter to Judge
assuring to observe bow the inter­ N. Osmundson and Sar- )
Coke, but it does not appear that a
ah Wickham
Plaintiff, I S ummons
settlement could be made in that ( ests of the two si es tend more and
vs.
FOR
more to merge in one common iu-
way that would preclude the dan­
Louis
Mageix,
J. J. Stan- | pu blicatio n
tertst, even when the employers ley, O. F. Beaman. C. L. I
IN
ger of later complications. Judge
and workmen imagine that their Crouch and also all other ) FORECLOSURE
Coke would be bound by the deci­
persons or parties un- |
of
goals are worlds apart—Evening known,
claiming an y I
TAX
sion of the Supreme Couit in anoth­
right,
title,
estate,
lien
LIEN
Record.
er case, and must decide in favor of
or interest iir the real
estate described herein.
the present incumbent, Judge Hall.
Defendants.
The construction of the constitution
To Louis Mageix, C. F. Beaman, C.
under which the Supreme Court
Mrs. M. W. McCormac, of River­ L. Crouch, the above named defend­
made the decision re.erred to was ton is in the city today. She was ants,
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
that the constitutional amendment wearing a gold ring which she had
OREGON:
raising the term of county judges recovered after it bad lain in the
You are hereby notified that N. Os­
mundson and Sarah Wickham, the
from four to six years went into ef­ ground for twelve years.
It was holders of Certificate of Delinquency
fect as soon as it was approved by \ found In the garden, where it had numbered 72 issued on the 31st day of
the popular vote. In other words, evi(j 0Dt]y slipped from her finger March, 1910, by the Tax Collector of
the County of Coos, State of Oregon,
It went into effect at the same in­ through being too large.
The for the amount of One and 22-100 Dol­
stant as the election of the judges KrouU(, h>d be<m cuhivate(, tvprv lars, the same being the amount then
due and delinquent for taxes for the
at the same election tour years ago. season, but this summer the riDg year 1907 together with penalty, inter­
est
and costs thereon upon the real pro­
But it is the opinion of many law­ found its way to the surface under
perty assessed to you, of which you are
yers, as well as unterrified laymen, the eye of a boy who was working the owner as appears of record, situa­
ted in said county and State, and par­
that the Supreme Court slipped a
the garden As it was her wedding ticularly bounded and described as fol­
cog in that case There is now a
1 ring Mrs. McCormac was greatly re lows, to-wit: Lots 33, 34, 35 and 36,
Block 24, Portland Addition to Bandon,
provision of the constitution touch­
juiced to get it again.
accoiding to the plat on file and of re­
ing its owk amendments which I
cord in the County Clerk’s office in the
County of Coos, State of Oregon.
clearly provides that they go into I
You are further notified that said N.
effect only on promulgation by the
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Osmundson and Sarah Wickham have
paid
taxes on said premises for prior or
governor As the governor did
County Surveyor Gould aud
subsequent years with the rate of in­
not promulg te the amendment in | crew were surveying in Brewster terest on said amounts as follows:
question, until alter the electiou, it | valley last week
I
would appear that it did not go into
Ed Abernethy after making a trip
effect until some appreciable time I to Marshfield, went to Portland to
59 15 p c
after the judges were elected and vist his mother who is sick at the 1908 Mch 31 1910 1 8575
Apr 4 1910 6369 1 08 15 p c
therefore could not affect the length I home ol her sister. Mrs. Kamm. 1909
1910 Feb 6 1911 54 1 40 15 p c
of their terms, which was four years | Then he goes to Forest Grove to 1911 Feb 9 1912 111 1 84 15 p c
1912 Mch 12 1913 2320 2 37 15 p c
by the old provision under which j visit his father.
1913 Mch 19 1914 2117 2 78 15 p c
they were elected.
Said Louis Mageix.C.F.Beeman, C. L.
Mr Frye made a trip over the
It seems to be a case for backing
Crouch as theownersof the legal title of
mountain
last
week.
He
said
there
the
above described property as the
water on the part of the Supreme
same
appears of record, and each of
is
about
18
inches
of
snow
in
the
Court, and an opportunity will be
the other persons above named are
mountains.
hereby further notified that N. Os­
furnished immediately after the
Phone Main 3 8 1 .
Found Lost Ring
OF
INT.
rate
AM T.
TAX
NO.
R E C ’P T
P A ID
DATE
YEAR S
TAX
A hunch of horses were driven
The notion that big employers of
labor are generally opposed to la­ out over the Coo« Bay road last
bor organizations gets a severe jolt week. As the loose horses carried
in a statement from the federal com­ harness their owners have knocked
mission on industrial relations. off railroad work until good wea­
This nonpartisan body, which be­ ther
gan its work only a year ago, has
CURRY COUNTY CULUNGS
among its many activities been
sounding employers with regard to
(From the Port Orford Tribune)
their attitude toward organized la
Mrs. N F. Woodcock ia enjo\ing
bor. And as a member info raed
tbe convention of the lederation ot a visit from her niece, Miss Mildred
labor, that out of 300 employers re­ Bundy of Marshfield.
presenting the country’s biggest in­
Tbe Grace Dollar sailed from San
dustries, only five opposed the prin­ Francisco for Port Orford this
cipal of collective bargaining which morniDg for a shipment of ties
is the basis of unionism, says an
Ray Dement, Ihe Myrtle Point
exchange
cattle buyer, ia in this neighbor­
This is perhaps the strongest tes hood for the purpnne of buying
timony we have ever had as tn the stock cattle.
fairness of tbe men at the head of
(Hint Malehorn, who has been in
our industries. Fitty nine out of
60 are willing that tbeif workmen Cl*llforni* ,or ,he P“ > U “ r- h»» re
enjoy the advantages of pooling
to
a11'1
"'»* Or
their labor and selling it at uniform
'■ good enough for him
rates just as the owners of the; A scarcity of bay exists at Port
plants themselves pool their capita! , Oi ford and several teams are not
and assume the right of buying la-1 working that would otherwise be
bor or selling their own product a t ! doing so Tue Rustler brought s
CLOSES AT
All votes must be in at that
or they cannot be counted.
Candidates and their friends will
please bear this in mind.
Every one will be treated alike
and the contest will postively close
at the hour named.
mundson and Sarah Wickham will ap­
ply to the Circuit Court of the County
and State aforesaid for a decree fore­
closing the lien against the property-
above described. and mentioned in said
certificate. And you are hereby sum­
moned to appear within sixty days alter
the first publication of this summons
exclusive of the day of said first publi­
cation, and defend this action or pay
the amount due as above shown togeth­
er with costs Hnd accrued inteest and
in case of your failure to do so, a de­
cree will be rendered foreclosing the
lien of said taxes and costs agaidst the
land and premises above named.
This summons is published by order
of the Honorable John S. Coke. Judge
of the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Coos and
said order was made and dated this
18th day of December. 1914, and the
date of the first publication of this
summons is the 22na day of December,
1914.
All process and papers in this pro­
ceeding may be served upon the under­
signed residing within the State of 1
Oregon, at the address hereafter men­
tioned.
L. A. L1IJEQVIST.
Attorney for the Plaintiff. I
Address Coquille, Oregon.
12-22-7t
Theo. BerjrmaDShoeMfg.Co.
Incorporated
Manufacturers of
The Celebrated Berqmann Shoe
The Strongest and Nearest Water
Pr >of shoe made for loggers, miners
prospectors and mill men.
6 2 1 Thurman Street
P o r t l a n d . O hfoox .
A gent for Coquille
H.N LO R E N Z
Oregon Power Company.
D O N T FORGET V
Special Christmas
Prices^S^
Wednesday and Thursday
Reg. Price
Special
BRASS JARDINIERS ___$3.00 . . . .
$2.00
“
“
2.50
1.75
“
“
1.85
1.25
BRASS CANDLESTICK
1.90
1.20
PIPE STAND
1.00
.75
PIPE STAND AND TRAY 1.50
1.00
TEA BALL TEA POTS 1.25
.95
“ “
“
“
1.05
1.25
PERCOLATORS ______ 4.25 . . . . . 3.40
“
4.50
3.50
“
4.75___________ 3.60
“
6.00
4.25
“
0.25
4.25
6qt STEW KETTLE_____1,75.
. . . 1.35
8qt STEW KETTLE
2.10
1.65
ROUND ROASTER_____1.85
1.50
9pc COMBINATION SET 2.25
1.75
For C h r i s t m a s
We have a nice line of
staple goods suitable for
gifts and don^ up in
Christmas Packages
Smoking Jackets, Sus­
penders, Handkerchiefs,
Supporters and other use­
fu l articles. Navajo
Robes, with cords and
trimmings complete —
fine for bath robes.
You will not know
real petticoat com­
fort until you have wer?
I
WlosriTP:.' ■
the kind that fits without
pucker or wrinkle, and
will never bind or sag.
Needs no alteration. This
is because of the patented
elastic waistband and side gussets. W e
have KLOSFIT PETTIC O A TS in
all the popular shades. Messaline and
Silk Jersey at $5.00 upward, or in
Cotton $1.50 upward.
Call and See
3 0 0 0 VOTES
On the dollar on all above goods R O S E ’ S C a s h S t o r e
JUST RECEIVED
A shipment of Viator Talking Machines and Records. WILUAMJDN
Make your Christmas selection
1 0 ,0 0 0
East Fork Items
time set for the inauguration of the
Thursday Mr. Benham and three
newly elected judges, Jan 4, 1915. boys drove 34 hogs from Brewster
valley to Sumner. Geo. King bought
C A P IT A L FA V O R S UNIONISM them.
To Our Customers:-
We take this opportunity to thank
you for your patronage during the
year 1914.
We extend to you our sincere thanks
for your cooperation which has assisted
us so much in serving you, and hope to
merit the continuance of you patronage
during the New Year.
We also extend to you our best
wishes for the New Year, and trust
that success and prosperity will be yours,
Sincerely,
5 P. N. SHARP THURSDAY DEC. 24
O
The Coquille Herald
r
THE
few belts on her last trip, but not
enough to materially relieve the
situation An effort is being made
io get a considerable shipment di-
| rect from the city.
I d appreciation of his ability aa a
football player and of his valuable
assistance to their team the student;
body of the Oregon Agricultural ■
College has presented Floyd Hunt-
ley of Gold Beach with a beautiful
sweater.
Nat Boatwright, of Bandon, has '
been in this neighborhood for sev­
eral days inspecting railroad ties i }~| H U T *
HAFFNERCD
ENGRAVEIW-PR1NT&RS
Bu K
are
D E N SAMS
V E lt. COLO
Extra Votes
IMPORTANT
On the Dollar o; n i cr»i
ON
Blue Enamel Ware
Until the close of the Piano
Contest we will give 10.000
Extra Votes on the dollar
on each Cash purchase in'
Blue Enamel Ware. Large
assortment of useful uten­
sils to select from.
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Tracy, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That
the undersigned John D. Goss, has been
appointed administrator of the estate
of James Tracy, Deceased, and all cred­
itors of said estate are hereby notified
to present their claims to me at my
office in the First National Bank
Building, Marshfield, < oos ( ounty,
Oregon within six months from the
date hereof. Said claims so presented
shall be in writing, duly itemized, and
verified as by law required.
J ohn I). Goss
Administrator.
Date of first publics ion: November
24,1914.
Date of last publication: December
22, 1914.
ll-24-5t
Sheriff s Sale of Real Property on Foreclosure
EVENTS
In the County Court of the State ofO re-
gon for Coo* County
A T
In the Matter of the Estate of Thomas
I ' T. Smith, Deceased.
CITATION
To Walter R. Smith, Alma B. Kay,
W INTER SHOkT COURSE—JAN. 4-30 j 1 Bonnie
F. Smith, Warren B. Smith,
Agriculture, including Agronomy,
Lyle C. Smith, Ezra M. Smith, Jose­
Animal Husbandry, Dairying, Horti­ phine
Fletcher,
Tucker, Levina
culture, Poultry Husbandry, Insects, Catherine Stoltz, Mina
Edward A. Smith,
Plant and Animal Diseases, Cream­ William Thomas Smith
and Annie L.
ery Management, Marketing, etc. i Schneider, and Lizzie Smith,
to all
home Economics, including Cook­ | persons interested in said and estate,
ing, Home Nursing, Sanitation, Sew­ G r e e t i n g :
ing Dressmaking and Millinery.
THE NAME OF THE STATE
Commerce, including Business Man­ OF IN OREGON.
You are hereby cited
agement, Rural Economics, Business and required to appear
in the i ounty
Law, Office Training. Farm Account­ | Court of the State of Oregon
the
ing, etc. Engineering, including County of Coos, at the Court for Room
Shopwork and Roadbuilding.
I ',““" 9 “> cuu», » me u iu n noom
FARMERS WEEK_FEBRUARY 1-6 thereof, at Coquille, in said County and
on the 23rd day of December,
A general clearing house session of State,
1914, at ten o’clock A. M. of that day,
six days for ttie exchange of dynamic | then
and
to show cause, if any
ideas on the most pressing problems exist, why there
an order should not be grant­
of the times. Lectures by leading ed
for the sale of the real property be-
authorities. State conferences.
| longing to the said estate as praved for
EXTENSION SERVICE
in
said
and described as lot two
Offers lectures, movable schools, In­ I in block petition
in Elliott’s addition to
stitutes and numerous correspondence Coquille thirty
City, Coos County, Oregon.
'-our^eS on request.
the Hon. John F Hall, Judge
MUSIC: Piano, String, Band, Voice. of Witness
the County Court of the State of Or­
for the County of Coos, with the
No tuition. Reduced rites on all rail­ egon,
seal of said Court affixed, this 21st day
roads. I nr further inf tma Ion address, of
November
1914.
The Oregon Agricultural Collage,
Attest: J a m e s W atson , Clerk,
(tn 12-1 to 1-1)
COKVALLLS. OREGON
se al of
By Robert R. Watson,
county COURT
Deputy Clerk.
Notice to Creditors
Str. Elizabeth
THE HE RA L D
W ILL GIVE
10,000
Votes
each dollar received on sub­
O d
Notice is hereby given that the under­
signed has, by order of the County
Court for Coos County, Oregon, been
duly appointed administrator of the es­
Regular as the Clock
tate of Alfred M. West, deceased, and
that all persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified that
they are required to present the same,
duly verified, with the propervouchers.
to the undersigned at the office of A.
J. Sherwood, in < oquille, Coos County,
First-class fare onlv............... $7.00
Oregon, within six months from the
Up freight, per ton
3.00
date of this notice.
Dated this 8th day of December, 1914. i
J o h n 'H. W est ,
Administrator of the Es j
E . & E . T. Kruse
tate of Alfred M. West. [
24 California Street, San Francisco
18-8-.it
Deceased.
San F rancisco
and Bandon
Notice to Creditors
scription, new or old until the close Oregon
In the County ”0014 of the State of
in and fur the County of Coos.
In the matter of the estate of Jamea
of the contest.
For Reservation*
J. E. NORTON
Agent, Coquille, Oregon