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The Coquille Herald New Commissioners
Hold First Meeting
TU E SD AY
Entered as second class matter May
The first meeting ot the year of
8, 1905. at the poet office at Coquille,
Oregon, under act ot Congress of March the port commissioners was held at
Port Attorney Treadgold’s office
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
Devoted to the material and social
upbuilding o f the Coquille Valley par
ticularly and c f Coos County generally.
Subscription, 81.50 per year in advance
Phone Main 381.
Captain A. M. Simpson
Passes Away Suddenly
A. M. SimpsoD, head of the Simp
son Lumber Co. and pioneer lum.
berman of the Pacifie Coast, died at
his home in Kan Francisco Sunday
afternoon. A telegram to North
Bend summoned his s o d b , L. J. and
Edgar, and they started at once for
the city to attend the fnneral, which
is expected to take place on Thurs
Captain Simpson's age is given as
88 ^ j ears. He was a very hale and
well preserved old man and bis
death came suddenly. He had worn
the business harness till the last.
H e was a native of the state of
Maine and a typical specimen of
the shrewd and energetic sons of
the Pine Tree state who have taken
such a prominent part in the devel
opment of the Pacific Coast. For
63 years he w«s identified with the
Bawmill business of the coast. In a
recent talk at North Bend, he said
that he had beeD the pioneer mill-
man in five harbors, including Coos
Bay, Willapa, Grays Harbor, the
Columbia river and the Mendocino
coast At an early day be bought
the Sutter mill in the Sacramento
valley, where gold was first discov
ered in California, and the machin
ery from this mill was afterward
used in the first mill at North Bend.
For many years the little mill settle
ment at old North Bend was the
and trading point for
the entire county. He has been
ted as a millionaire for years, and
holdings iuclude Bawmill; and
ipping. Like many New Eng-
ders, he was always interested in
pping, and many vessels were
ned out of his yards. The most
us of these was the Western
re, a full-rigged ship which
atle a record between this coast
and Liverpool that has never been
Captain Simpson was a genuine
old-timer who retained bis old ideas
araorg all the changes of a new gen
eration. He was conservative and
pessimistic, and the boosting and
boomiDg methods of the later years
never met bis approval. The newer
developments at North Bend were
carried through against his judg
ment by bis son Louis J., aud rnauy
stories have been told of tbe ex
to in order
to keep tbe old gentleman from
putting a permanent quietus on
the whole business.
is already rife as to what re
sults will come from his removal
from tbe scene.
He leaves three sons and one
daughter: Louis J., founder and
mayor of tbe new North Bend; Ed
gar M., manager for the Simpson
Lumber Co. on Coos Bay; Dr. Har
ry, of Riverside, Cal.; and Mrs. Ed
ith Pike of San Francisco.
A Bloodhound Needed
Cbas. Doane, of the Marshfield
police force, who was in town yes
terday on the O'Brien case, in speak
ing to tbe Herald of the unusual
number of bold-ups and burglaries
which occurred on the Bay last
year, expressed tbe strong opinion
that the county should have a good
dog, to be in charge of the sheriff
•ud to be used in tracking tbe per
petrators of Bticb crimes. He point
ed out that in the case o f tbe auto
mobile hold-up between North Bend
anil Empire tbe officers who visited
the scene shortly afterward found
well-defined tracks of the three men
who were engaged, and if a good
bloodhound bad been available the
robbers could have been located at
ouce. A good dog costs about $150
and would be worth more than that
on one case.
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A Good Idea
tbe future of Curry but purely on
business relations. He says be is
going to hold on to all the real es
tate he has in Curry as he believes
it is a good investment. Mr. Mere
dith and family h ive made many
friends io Curry who will regret
their departure very rnhcb but wil
wish them well where ere they go.
Saturday morning at which the re
cently elected commissioners took
their oaths of office ami officers for
the present year were elected. A.
McNair, who was chosen to vacancy
(From the Port Orford Tribune)
left by tbe expiring term of U E L.
Provision has been tuad; in tbe
Bedillion and T P. Hauly, elected river aud harbor bill for tbe survey
to succeed himself, were tbe new of Rogue River bar and entrance,
commissioners sworn in. Tbe new | looking to future improvement.
officers of tbe port are Colonel R.
Large quantities of parcel post
H. Rosa, president; E. E Johnson,
matter have been passing down tbe
vice-president; J. E. Norton, secre
coast during tne past week— doubt
tary; andT. P. Hanly, t easursr; be
less some of Santa Claus' delayed
ing a re-election in ench instance to
the positions held the past year.
The Bteamer Grace Dollar, which
Reports from the various officers
was due to arrive here last Satur
and oommittees were heard and
day, to load ralroad ties, was unable
approved and 4tlr. McNair wsb ap
to call, on account of the southwest
pointed to the committees in which
gale which has prevailed with more
Mr. Bedillion was serving at the
or less severity ever since,
time his term of office expired.
E. J. Baker, former Game War
It is tbe intention of tbe Port
Hince the question of its legality is den, is reported to be in a very ser
settled, to carry on a vigorous cam ous condition, caused by tbe burst
paign of improvement as fast as ing of a blood vessel in his bead re
funds are available and to that end sulting in partial paralysis. He is
correspondence is being carried on attended by Dr. Dunlap, of Gold
relative to securing a dredge for Beacb, who has hopes of pulling
work on tbe river. Application is him through.
being made to tbe government to
ward securing the Oregon for this
purpose. A short conversation with
one of the commissioners and a re
presentative commissioners on the
subject, brounbt to light the infor
mation that the Port may consider
the construction of a dreJge on its
o w d initiative.
It was pointed out
that the dredge Seattle, working o d
Co s Bay, has been making on the
average of $50,000 per month when
working steadily and although the
matter has not been studied thor
oughly, it is thought that tbe port
might own its own machinery to ad
vantage— it being apparent that a
large amonnt of dredging will be
done.— Western World.
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Repopulating the Land
The liberality of the Wedderburn
Trading company in disposing of
considerable areas of tbeir valuable
holdings in small tracts at reason
able prices to bomeseekeiB, is hav
ing good resutts, and will evidently
be the means of building up pros
perous oi/ramnnitres of substaulial
citizens where none existed before.
A number of new settlers have al
ready purchased small treats in the
vicinity of “ Jerry’s Flat," ou the
south side of the river, and are en
gaged in building up Dew homes.
There are several hundred acres of
first-class farming lands in and
about Jerry’s Flat, where once ex
isted a large and prosperous com
munity, and tbe largest school dis
trict in the county, but which was
entirely and completely wiped ou*
by the absorbiug policy adopted by
Mr. Hume, which began away back
in tbe 70's. The Wedderburn com
pany has adopted tbe policy of
repopulating tbe land by selling to
deserving people who have tbe en
ergy and inclination to succeed in
building up homes, and it wil) do
everything possible to assist tbe
home builders.— Port Orford T ri
CURRY COUNTY CULUNGS
(Gold Beach Globe)
The three wrestling contests at
Leneve’s Hall Saturday evening last
resulted as follows: Bud Post and
George Sutton—first and second
falls awarded to Sutton, time 17)
aud 10 minutes respectively. Percy
Zumwalt and Clarence W right—
first fall won by Zumwalt in 17 min
utes; second fall won by W right in
nine minutes. Both retired with
honors even. Robt. McKenzie and
Bernal Forty— after an agressive
contest lasting 45 minutes, it was
declared a draw. The gate receipts
will be applied to the purchase of a
mat. An enjoyable dance followed
At the Show
Those who attended the Grand
Saturday night will agree that the
Vitagraph Broadway Star feature,
“ My Official Wife,” was all that tbe
advance notices promised. It was a
great picture, and the work of Clara
Kimball Young in the leading part
Watch for the
Broadway Star features if you want
to sne tbe best.
The Grand was crowded Monday
night. This is usually the poorest
night of the week, but the announce
ment that $10 in real money would
be distributed Beemed to have a
curious attraction to those specula
tively iuclined. In getting tbe cap
ital prize of $5, the luckv individual
broke the hoodoo of half a century
during which he has tried every
thing from tbe Louisiana lottery to
tbe Bhell game without hitting it.
Mrs. Bledsoe announces a still mure
generous distribution for next Mon
Remember that two installments
of the Perils of Pauline will be
BhowD this week, coming on Thurs
day and Friday Dighte, A miscue
in tbe shipment of tbe films caused
tbe breaking of tbe schudule, but
the picture will hereafter be shown
regularly on Thursday nights
The Perils of Pauline will be fol
lowed by another serial, featuring
Pearl White, entitled
which is said to be tbe beHt yet.
Miss Eva Crockett, after several
months’ absence in Coos County,
returned last week to make this her
Reported for The Herald by the Title)
Guarantee and Abstract Co.
REAL LSTATE TRANSFERS
E. C. Ficher, sentenced to pay a
fine of $150 on account of violating
C'hss A Smith et tlx to Marshfield
tbe game laws, on account of his Realty & Trading Co, q c d property in
youth and good behavior, was re Marshfield on which is located Myrtle
leased this morning by tbe court.
G. F. W illbite completed his sen
tence for violation of the game laws
on Dec. 31st, aud with good resolu
tions and the best wishes of all, de
parted for bis borne in Agness.
District Attorney Meredith has
given out the word that he will re
turn to his former home in Popular
Bluffs, Mo., i d the early spring.
His old business and social associ
ates have held out such strong in
ducements that he can no longer re
sist. Mr. Meredith does not leave
because be has lost confidence iu
The Marshfield Cbnmber of Com
O R E G O N and W A S H IN G T O N
merce baa had two cuts made from
drawings by Roy Law ho in#, for the
boosting of Coos Bay, and these
A Directory o f each C ity , T o w n sn d
Village, g iv in g d e s c rip tiv e sk etch o f
cuts are to be loaned to business
each place, lo ca tio n , p op u lation , tele
men to be printed on the b ick of
graph. sh ip p in g and b a n k in g point;
a:-to C la ssified D irecto ry , compiled by
their stationery, so that every piece
business and profession
of business stationery going out
H. I - P O l.K A CO., R K A T T L 1
may bear an ad for Coos Bay.
Edwd H Joehnk et ux to \V M Slush-
er q c d lots 33 to 30 inclusive, blk 8
Portland add to Bandon
Tom T Tennison to D J Mitchell et
ux w d lots 10 and 17 blk 3 Azalea Park
add to Bandon
Wm Wilkins to Willamette Pacific K
R Co B & 8 deed right of way through
swtj sec 13 twp 23 s r 13 w w m $10.00
Duncan A Brewer Lumber Co to John
H Stevenson q c d s1, sec 10 twp 27 s r
10 w w m
R B Knowlton et ux to Walter S
Hodge w d lot 4 blk A Knowlton heights
cett w d lots 22 24 25 and 26 blk 36 east
Geo W Leslie to Abe Moyer w d lota
11 and 12 blk 3 Millington
J E Schilling ot ux to Geo H Guerin
ar <*t al w d lots 5 and 6 blk 10 exten
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
To Our Customers:-
We take this opportunity to thank
you for your patronage during the
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 your 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,
Services Huuilay at 11 a. in. and
sion of Myrtle Point on whice Guerin
8 p. ui.
hotel is located
Elmer E Doyle et ux to Geo F Hen-
yon w d
of8A l'4 nw l/4 of ae S* and
of n w ^ sec 10 twp 29 a r 14 w w m
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
W. F. McDermott, Pastor.
M. E. Church
Sunday school at to a. m
Eric Goldbloom to Geo W Starr q c d
Preaching at 11 a in.and 7:30 p in
35 acres in aec ¿8 twp :9 a r 11 w w in
lipworth League at 6:45 p. m
Bible Study at the Parsonage Mon
Eric Goldbloom et al to Geo W Starr
b & s d 35 acres in sec 28 twp 29 a r 11 day evenings.
Prayer meeting Thursdays at
w w m
Geo W Starr et ux to Geo Mullen et
ux w d 35 rcres in aec 28 twp 29 a r 11
w w m
7:30 p. m.
C. H . B k y a n , Pastor
Sunday school at 10 . a. m.
Lucretia Woodruff to Marie Purdue w
Preaching Sunday 11 a. m.
d lot 13 & n 15 ft of lot 14 blk 1 Indua-
7:30 p. m.
tial Add to Bandon
Oregon Western Rv Co to Willamette
Pacific r r Co deed line of railroad and
Kpwotth League at 6:45 p m
Prayer meeting Wed. 7:30 p in.
Choir practice Thurs. 7:30 p. m.
J. E. W a l b e c k , Pastor.
Oregon Power Company.
Coquille Land Co to City of Coquille
w d 6.31 acres in aec 6 twp 27 a r 12 w w
S T . J A M E S E P IS C O P A L .
Services first and third Suudays
E A Aaaen et al to City of Coquille o f each month.
deep right of way for water pipe line
every Sunday at 10 a. in.
You are heaittly w tld at \
Have vou paid the printer.
WHAT IS FEAR?
A Fueling Based on the Inetinct of Self
That well known investigator of
psychological abstrusities, M. Fernando
Mazade, has attracted much attention
by u discussion of the query, “ What
Is fear?” The famous psychological
playwright, Alfred Capua, who has
dealt with the human emotion with
such fidelity In his masterpieces,
“ In general, 1 think that when there
Is an accident or an illness one has not
a sufficient perception of the peril to
have the feeling of fear. Fear Implies
a consciousness of danger and the re
fusal or moral Impossibility to face it
Fear consists in capitulating to the In
stinct of self preservation.”
M. Victor Marguerite says: “ Fear is
a physical trouble much more than a
feeling” and can ultimately be over
come by force of will. M. Alfred Me-
zieres of the French academy consid
ers that fear is caused by some unex
pected danger. M. Pouchet of the
Academy of Medicine doubts whether
any man has ever been quite free of
fear for himself or for others.
M. Sicard, who is a professor at the
Faculty o f Medicine. considers fear or
courage to be the result of tempera
ment, training and thought Fear can
be partially eradicated by reasoning
and education, but It will never be
overcome in its most acute form—
namely, the instinct of self preserva
tion. The conclusion is that it is far
from being unanimously admitted that
fear Is a ridiculous malady.—I’hiladel-
Dbia North American,
It Was Published In 1690 and Lasted
Just One Issue.
The first newspuper printed in North
America was Publlck Occurrences,
which issued its first aud only number
in 1690 in Boston. The publisher, lien
Jnmin Harris, proposed to get it out
monthly, but the authorities came
down on the project “ like a ton of
brick,” aud Harris bad to abandon the
Publick Occurrences was printed on
three pages of a folded sheet, the pages
being 7 by 11 Indies in size. It was
“ Printed by R. Pierce for Benjamin
Harris at the Lortdon Coffee House”
in Boston. The authorities alleged that
It contained “ reflections of a very high
nature,” and within twenty-four hours
of the appearance of the first number
the editor and publisher was solemnly
warned that a repetition of the offense
would merit severe punishment
“ That Memorable Occurreuts of Di
vine Providence not to be neglected or
forgotten, as they too often are,” and
“ That people everywhere may better
understand the Circumstances of Pub
lique Affairs, both abroad and at
home,” Harris founded his journal, and
it was a pity that lie should have been
thwarted in his design “ that the Coun
try shall be furnished once a month (or
If any Glut of Occurrences happen
oftener), with an Account of such con
siderable things as have arrived unto
our Notice.” —Xew York World.
Christian Science Society
Corner T h ird anil Hall streets.
Services at 11 a m next Sunday,
subject “ L ife ”
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Everyone invited to all o f those
J ohn F
Regular as the Clock
L cguktt , M inister
S a n F ra n c is c o
a n d Bandon
A ll Hd W a n te d to K n o w .
“ Marla, I'm going to bare Dr. Squll-
lips treat me for my heart trouble.”
“ What «lo you know about Dr. Squil-
“ All I know about him is that Mr.
Gotsuin recommends him to me.”
“ Who is Mr. Gotsnm?”
“ Mr. Gotsnm is one of the stockhold
ers of the life Insurance company that
Is carrying a $20,000 risk on my life.“ —
First-class fare only.
Up freight, per ton
E. & E. T. Kruse
24 California Street, San Francisco
J. E. NORTON
Tho Dry Salt.
“ I should think you would have pre
ferred the army to the navy?"
“ No, ma'am. I'd rather do my fight
ing on water and keep dry than on
land and have to stand knee deep in
water In the trenches all the time.” —
Detroit Free Press.
Agent, Coquille, Oregon
Notice to Creditors
In the County Court o f the State of
Oregon for the County o f Coos.
In the Matter o f the Estate of Clara
Time makes ninny changes. Wliou E. Rutledge, deceased.
you were eighteen If somebody had
Notice is hereby given that the un
told you that ht forty you’d be taking dersigned has been duly appoint, d ad
dancing lessons you’d have laughed iu ministrator of the estate of Clara E.
Rutledge, deceased. All persons having
his face.—Detroit Free Press
claims against said estate are hereby
notified to present the same duly veri
fied as by law required to the under
signed at the office of C. K. Barrow,
over the store of George A. Robinson,
Coquille, Oregon, within six months
from the date of this notice.
Dated this the 5th day of January,
T im e ’s C han ge s.
J. W . R u t l e d g e
Notice of Administrator's Sale
Protection for the Home
T h e strongest desire of husband and wife it the
welfare of their children.
T h e husband works hard to provide for them, and
would be glad to know how best to safeguard them.
T h e wife works hard, too— in the hom e— and it
equally interested with her husband in sound in
surance protection, tuch as that offered by th e
Postal Life Insurance Company
fo rc e : M om
NET COST LOW IN THET
It will pay you
p e r s o n a l in fo r m a t io n to all applicants— men,
women and young people— and distance from N ew
Y o fk does not hinder. Just write and'M y :
"Mall me life-insurance particulars
for m y age” and be sure to mention
In your letter be *ure to give
Your Full Same
The Exact Date of your Birth
T h e request for information places you under eo
obligation* end no agent will be sent to viait you.
T h e Postal L ife does not employ agents but gives is
poScyhoiden the benefit of agents' c o m m ia e io n a
— the fir a t y— r nod « v e r y o th e r .
Postal Life Insurance Compon)
,\ ^ iP M A L O N t V V r v .r ¿ )
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, administrator of the estate
of Thomas T. Smith, deceased, under
and by virtue of an order of the County
Court of the State of Oregon for Coos
County, made and entered December
23th, 1914, will, on and after the 3rd
day of February, 1915, at the south
front door o f the County Court house in
the City o f Coquille City, Coos County,
Oregon, proceed to sell lot two of block
thirty of Elliott’s addition to Coquille
City, Coos County, Oregon, according
to the plat thereof on file and of record
in the office of the County Clerk o f said
Coos County, at private sale for not
less than one third of such selling price
cash in hand at time of sale and the re
mainder o f such selling price payable in
not more than five years from date of
sale and such deferred payment shall
draw interest at the rate of eight per
cent per annum, shall be evidenced by
the note o f the purchaser and the pay
ment of said note secured by a mort
gage on said real property. The said
real property is all of the real property
o f said estate and will be sold in one
lit. C o m m issio n D iv i
dend* Cor responding to ttia Com*
Vou sometimes wonder about the
mission, otltrr companies par their
•Cents, les^ the moderate adeertis-
logic of the feminist mind.
Ing cliarfa, g> to Poatal Policy-
holder« the l i s t rear,
A man was to meet his wife nt her j
2nd. Renewal Com m it-
office nt 1 o’clock to take luncheon with j
aion Dividend« and Office-
Expense Savin«« corerM by the
her. He was twenty minutes late.
She had gone out.
Ho sat down and waited. A t 1:30 |
g u a r a n t e e d -IMdends. «.. to Poatal
“ What are you doing here?” she
Policyholders in snhaeqnent year*.
3rd. Beginning at the close nt
the second year the usual contin
“ I ’m waiting for you.”
gent policy-dividend#, * a»ed on the
Company's earnings still further
“ Didn’t you know 1 wouldn’t come
reduce the cost each year after
hack after I ’d given you up and gone
“ But you did come hack, didn’t you?
Vou are back now, aren’t you?”
“ Yes, but you might have known that
when I did come back I would havo
had my lunch and there would be no
use in waiting to have it with me.”
to find out just what the P O S T A L L I F E can and
“ Well, have you had it?”
w ill do Ior y o u
T h e Company u»ue> all fhe
«tandard le^al-reserve policy-forms: it supplies lull
“ No.” —Denver News.
laird Esher, who when president of
Abraham Van Zile to J H Horstmann the English court of appeal used to
w d lots 21 and 22 blk 3 Elk Park add keep up a running fire o f chaff on
■» $ld.00 learned counsel, sometimes got a Ro
Lydia A Steckel to Carl Brigga w d 5 land for hts Oliver, ns when a young
acres off s end of lot 2 sec 12 twp 26 s r barrister In the course of argument
13 w w m.
$10.00 stated that no reasonable person could
doubt one particular proposition.
Jared D Wetmore et ux to Pauline
“ But I doubt It very much," said the
Auesieker w d lots 0 7 8 9 lOand 11 judge.
blk 5 Sunset City
The youthful advocate, not one whit
Annie Pooling et vir to Patrick Cud- abashed, replied. " I said no reasonable
dihy w d
interest in parcel of land in person, my lord."
The master of the rolls could only
gasp, "Proceed, sir. proceed."—London
W C Harris et u i to Theodore R Eaw- Express.
Portland Semi-Weekly Juurnal
Notice of Sale on Execution
and Coquille Hetaid, both for $2 00 ! Notice is hereby given that under
a year in advance.
and by virtue of an Execution is
When one’ s blue blood coriiri-
Wednesday evening nteetitig 8:00 butes to one's blue nose on a chill
morning, there appears to be ad
C H U R C H O F C H R IS T .
vantage in plebiatt extraction.
Sunday school at 10 a nt.
Communion at 11:00 a. in.
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. in.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7:30
W o m a n ’s L o g ic.
O dd y ,
Administrator of the Estate of
l-5-5t Thomas T. Smith, Deceased
sued out of the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon, for the County of
Coos on the 8tn day of December, 1914,
in a certain cause wherein E. H. Tryon
was plaintiff and Bandon Woolen Mills,
a corporation, was defendant, being
case No. 4000 o f said Court, command
ing me to satisfy the claim of plain
tiff amounting to $30,152.55 with in
terest at 6 per cent per annum from
the 26th day o f September, 1914, and
the further sum of $26.20 costs and the
costs upon said Execution, 1 have levied
upon and will on Wednesday, the third
day of February, 1915, at the hour of
10:00 o’clock a. m. of said day ut the
front door of the County Court house
in the City of Coquille,Coos County,Ore
gon, offer for sale and sell at nubile auc
tion to the highest and best bidder for
cash in hand all of the right, title, and in
terest of the defendand Bandon Woolen
Mills in and to the following described
real property, to-wit: Lot 2, in Block
4, in Woodland Addition to the Town
(now City) of Bandon, ( oos County,
Oregon, according to the plat thereof
on file and o f record in the office of the
County' Clerk of Coos County, Ore
gon, Lots 1, 2, and 3 in Block
3 of Commercial Addition to Bandon,
Coos County, Oregon, «ccording to the
plat thereof on file and o f record in the
office of the County Clerk o f Coos Coun
ty, Oregon. Said sale being made sub
ject to redemption in the manner pro
vided by law.
Dated January 2nd, 1915.
W. W. GAGE.
l-5-5t Sheriff o f Coos County, Oregon.
In the Circuit Court of the State of O re
gon in and for the County o f Coos
N. Osmundson and Sar
Louis Mageix.J. J. Stan PUBLICATION
ley, C. F. Beaman. C. L. |
Crouch and also all other ) f o r e c l o s u r e
persons or parties un- |
known, claiming any |
right, title, estate, lien I
or interest in the real
estate described herein.
To Louis Mageix, C. F. Beaman, C.
L. Crouch, the above named defend
IN TH E N AM E OF TH E STATE OF
You are hereby notified that N. Os
mundson and Sarah Wickham, the
holders of Certificate of Delinquency
numbered 72 issued on the 31st day of
March, 1910, by the Tax Collector of
the County o f Coos, State of Oregon,
for the amount of One and 22-100 Dol
lars, the same being the amount then
due and delinquent for taxes for the
year 1907 together with penalty, inter
est and costs thereon upon the real pro
perty assessed to you, of which you are
the owner as appears of record, situa
ted in said bounty and State, and par
ticularly bounded and described as fol
lows, to-wit: Lots 33, 34, 35 and 36,
Block 24, Portland Addition to Bandon,
accoiding to the plat on file and of re
cord in tne County Clerk’s office
County of Coos, State of Oregon.
You are further notified that said N.
Osmundson and Sarah Wickham have
paid taxes on said premises for prior or
subsequent years with the rate of in
terest on said amounts as follows:
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1908 Mch 31 1910 8575
59 15 P <*
4 1910 6369 1 08 15 P C
i 1910 Feb
54 1 40 15 p c
1 1911 Feb
9 1912 114 1 H4 15 pc
Notice is hereby given that under and i 1912 Mch 12
1913 2320 2 37 15 c
bv virtue o f an Execution issued out of 1913 Mch 19 1914 2117 2 78 15 p
the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon for the County of Coos on the 17th
Said Louis Mageix,C.F.Beeman, C. L.
day of December, 1914, in a certain I Crouch as theownersof the legal title of
cause wherein A. McNair was plaintiff the above described property as the
and Bandon Woolen Mills, a corpora same appears o f record, and each of
tion, was defendant, being case No. the other persons above named are
4010 of said Court, commanding me to | hereby further notified that N. Os
satisfy the claim of plaintiff amounting mundson and Sarah Wickham will ap-
to $1537.42 with interest at 6 per cent I ply to the Circuit Court o f the County
per annum from the 9th day of Novem and State aforesaid for a decree fore
ber 1914. and the further sum of $22.70 closing the lien against the property
costs and the coats upon said Execution, above described, and mentioned in said
1 have levied upon and will on Wednes- certificate. And you are hereby sum
dav. the third dav of February, 1915, at moned to appear within sixty days after
the hour of 10:00 o’clock a. m. of said the first publication of this summons
day at the front door of the County exclusive of the day of said firat publi
Court House in the City of Coquille, cation, and defend this action or pay
Coos County, Oregon, offer for sale the amount due as above shown togeth
and sell at public auction to the er with costs and accrued interest and
highest and best bidder for cash in case of your failure to do so, a de
in hand all of the right, title and inter cree will be rendered foreclosing the
est of the defendant Bandon Woolen lien of said taxes and costs agaidst the
Mills in and to the following described land and premises above named.
real property, to wit:
Th s summons is published by order
Lot 2, in Block 4, in Woodland Ad of the Honorable John S. Coke, Judge
dition to the Town (now City) of Ban- o f the Circuit Court o f the State of
don. Coos County, Oregon, according | Oregon for the County o f Coos and
t<> the plat thereof on file and o f record I said order was made and dated this
in the office o f the County Clerk of 18th day of December, 1914, and the
Coos County, Oregon. Lots 1, 2. and 3 date of the first publication of this
in Hoick 3 of Commercial Addition to summons is the 22nd day o f December.
Bandon, Coos County. Oregon, accord 1914.
ing to the plat thereof on file and of
All process and papers in this pro
record in the office of the County Clerk ceeding may be served upon the under
o f Coos County, Oregon. Said sale be signed residing within the State o f
ing made subject to redemption in the Oregon, at the address hereafter men
manner provided by law
Dated January 2nd, 1915.
L A. L IU E Q V IS T ,
W. W. Gage,
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
1-5-St Sheriff o f Coos connty, Oregon. I Address Coquille, Oregon.
Notice of Sale on Execution