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The Coquille Herald
PU BLISH ED
E V ERY
operation must be dissolved. Our
X-ray has already been pul to woik,
and revealed the fact that cliques
aud organizations are in existence
in Coos Bay who ate a detriment
to the people’s weltire, we will
print the truth ol these conditions
just as soon as our circulation list
permits us to. So if the people of
Coos and Curry Counties want to
know, “ who is who" in this dis
trict also the methods used, their
tools, power, and etc, also if the
people want to know what the fu
ture has in store for them aod their
possibilities, for advancement if
they want to keep a medium in the
field that will be used to expose
these tyrants who hold forth in
Marshfield, North Bend, Coquille,
and Bandon by the Sea.
this work we need tbe assistance of
the people, our policy is to fight
with the truth to get justice lor the
one’s who Toil.
When we reflect that the Leader
was founded tor tbe promotion of
the rankest piece of wildcat real es
tate faking ever pulled ofl in Ore
gon it is gratifying to see t at it has
reformed and is now willing to
play the part of moral censor for
tbe rest of us.
H aw aiian Musicians
Coming to the G rand
l SW AT TH E FLY!
The Grand has secured for Tues
day evening of next week one of
the best attractions that ever visited
this citv, the Hawaiian Concert
Company. Every one who has ever
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
heard Hawaiian music is enthusias
tic in praise of its sweetness and
Devoted to the material and social
fascinating melody There ate seven i
upbuilding of the Goquille Valley par
ticularly and c f Coos County generally.
performers in tbe company, and the
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance
enlertaiumeut given is of two hours
duration. Admission prices will be
Phone Main 3S1.
50 cents for adults, 25 cents lor
DUNK BOTTS, R egular Correspondent
children under 12 years accoinpa-!
Oration at Cottonwood Crossing
All Rights Reservd
nied by pareuts or guardians.
From many favorable press no
(Ben H. Lampman, Gold Hill News)
tices, the following from a Tellur-
The store in th e Calf Bibs neigh
After having read so much about
Friends, fellow patriots and
ide, Colo., paper is selected:
borhood m nle hu assignment this bank robbers, tbe cashier of the
neighbors all— tbe murmur of yon
Friday night a t the Segerberg w eek. The a sse ts consist of four bank at Tickville plays safe bv tnk
stream is Freedom’s call Upon this
Peterson <k Vierra’s Hawaiian Con- cans of cove oysters .id a sack of ing all tbe money home with hint
here occasion we are met, in mem
cert company put on the play “ The I bologna sausage.
The liabilities at night and putting it under 1 is
ory of a day that none forget. The
Flower of Love,” and from that ate not kuown. hut it is b*db ved pillow
murmur of yon stream is Freedom’s
drifted into one of the finest musical that they are much m• >re than ihnt.
It whispers, as it hurries
A baseball learn is being organized
perlormances Telluride has ever
The Postmaster has installed a in Hcgwallow. Tobe-Moseley, who
through the loam, of the good
been given a chance to listen to. clock in bis store and set the alarm has full, bushy whiskers, will be ap
brotherhood that binds us all. It
There were eight people iu the to go off at noon and closing up pointed backstop. Tbe ball players
speaks of borne.
troupe— six men and two women, time.
here have just recovered from their
You’ ve draped a flag among the
and they sing and play beautifully.
of several yeais ago, by the
Miss Gondola Henstcp went to
titan oaks. What does it mean to
It bas been said that “ Music bath Tick villa Thursday to buy a hat like Tickville nine, when the score stood
each of us, good folks? That flag
charms to sootbe tbe savage breast” the one worn by Miss Flutie Bel- 28 to (54 iu favor of the visiting
that waves o’er stream and forge
and it a savage was there last night j cber.
and corn? This here’s the day that
aod was not soothed, if some one
Lights O ut
P R O F . SAP 8PR A U LEN
there old flag was born. What does
| Tbe water in Gander creek is get-
will turn him over to the marshal
It is with very doep pleasure that
it mein to each of us, good folks,
j ting so low it is feared that some
I I A V ING bought the plant of the Co-
For the first time in many moons he will put on the finishing touches.
we write to our readers about Prof
who know it over school and coun
will have to be hauled theie from
the Oregon Power Co. had a break Except ¡’one or two numbers of
* * quille Mill and Mercantile Com
Sap Spradliu, the Wild Onion
try store? We never left our oxen
j Gimlet creek, to allow the tisb
down last Friday that put its pa instiumental pieces, all w e r e
school teacher. Last summer, be
pany, the undersigned is now prepared
in the yokes— to meet no more
enough to travel in
trons to considerable inconvenience. played on string instruments, and
fore departing for the teachers’ in
to fill all orders for any kind of
L ook—how the sweet b r e e z e A slide valve on tbe engine broke the music was so soft and sweet and
stitute at lickville, he ale a lot ol
blows it back a fold! Yonder's a early in tbs forenoon aud after hav so satisfying in composition that j other day, but could Dot ov ertak e grape nuts and other brain food,
vision of the times of old!
Behind ing it patched at a local machine encore followed encore and respon i t
and then roached his hair straiglit
it, on the meadow, stands revealed shop it was found not to be in a ses were so generously given that
Yam Sims left for Tickville this up, so that prominence would
Especial attention will be paid to the
the litten memory of a glorious condition for safety. Then Manager the troupe made a most excellent j morning to enter his standing col be given his forehead when tin
field. Yonder’s a vision of the times McKenna got busy with the phone impression. Miss DeFoliart put on lar in the steam laundry.
local demand, and every effort will he
teachers had their pictures made in
of old. Beyond all latter day in- and found that the Dollar Co. had her uniaue version of Uncle Tom’s
The Tin Peddler’s horse ran a group. He had himself placed on
made to supply anything needed at the
consequentals, stand ragged men a similar engine at Bandon, from Cabin in song. When she got thru j away with him just this side of Rye the program at institute, aud de!,v
shortest possible notice.
who laugh at war and cold— the which be could borrow the value. nailing little Eva to the moon and Straw the other day. He had on ered a talk on “The Effect the Brain
Then he chased down there with an skidding the dogs over the wooden board a heavy load of feathers, at <1 Has on the Mind.” His argument
Friends, they are real; as real as automobile, returning in time to ice, every one was convulsed with as the wind was blowing they be was that if a person hasn’t any
yon and I. I tell you that tbe cra get the lights on again at 9 :30. The laughter. The show is about the came so scattered it took him some b ains be is a fool. His talk which
ven only die! This here’s the flag greatest sufferer here was the pic- best in its line we have had in Tel time to get them all together again. extended over an hour, receiv I
that valor brought to birth. This tue show, but McKenna has prom luride. and the press gang need not
Tobe Moseley hitched up his much stomping when he finished
picnic ground, they made it free ised to come to the show and bring be afraid to say that they are in a wagon Sunday and took his family and sat down with a great deal
man’s earth. I tell you that tbe era his family until he makes up the class by themselves
to preaching at Dog Hill. Tbe team satisfaction over himself For seve,-
ven only die Dear God, we thank loss.
had such a heavy load that Tobe had al seasons Prof Spradleu has by
A uto A ccidents
Thee that Thou cast these few -
assist them up the bills by grunt his shrewd political manipulations,
and gave us something to remem NOTES ON THE
got himself elected unanimously as
ing right loud.
Friday morning Charlie Ashtons’
Friends— I am through
teacher of the Wild Onion school.
The teacher of the Wild Onion
O f Interest to Those W ho car was considerably damaged on ac school gives it ss his opinion that He renders great assistance in the 0
“A S ane F o u rth ”
count ol a wheel giving way beneath |
cause of education and besides was |
Patronize the Movies
it on a sharp torn in the road about i the moon is rot inhabited, because instrumental in having the school I
The Fourth passed off very quiet
two miles below this place.
Mr. it is so round and slick nobody house turned around so that the
T h e spectacle of “ America;”
ly in Coquille, the only life being
Ashton was coming up lrom Ban could stand up on it.
map would hang north aud south
furnished by the swarming automo shown in piclutes at the Grand last don with his family. He was going
Yesterday the Depity Constable Prof. Spradlen is a firm believer, ol j
biles in which people were hurrying
at a rather high rate of speed and was approached by a stranger who late years, in the theory that the I
to the races at Myrtle Point and tbe when produced in the New York as he made a sharp turn one of the broke down and confessed and want
world is round and teaches it daily j
celebration at Marshfield.
wheels smashed, causing the ma ed himself arrested for stealing a to his pupils. Wtiile lir. Spradhti
patriotic. entbuNiam of our citizenB
chine to turn completely over and mule, but the Depity became suspi is not a candidate foi ary office at
was visually demonstrated by the could not be done to the production. roll down a rather steep bank. No
cious and refused to comply with the present time, he desires to 1
rustling folds of a flve-cent flag
one was injured.
get his uncle elected trustee again
hung from the Herald office. There
YOU CAN GET THEM NOW OF TH E
so that he can continue to hold th 1
would nave been two of them, but
Cadillac car smashed into a Band n
job lit Wild Onion.
some fellow got away with one Inst sity ol covering so large a space by d r on tbe Marshfield road Monday goose eggs, became the champion
Statistics show that more fuel
Fourth before we could get them in
night. The Bandon car was damaged a e tting at one sitting.
in winter than in summer.
On Second street Mrs.
considerably but no one was injured.
Wickham and the Bazaar had sever dark and the figures in others too
Don Barker went to sleep while quille River Mf’ir Co. a corporation and
Nevertheless, the picture
al flags adorning the front of their small.
East F ork Items
driving on the Bandon road Satur Robert Dollar Trustee and all persons
It is reported that the
claiming under them subsequent to the
day night. He smashed into the Plaintiff’s Mortgage Lien in, of and to j
good idea of the spectacle.
court house also had a flag out.
E. N. Harry is learning to drive j
railing on a bridge which woke him said real and personal property, said his car.
Where the Price Before Has Been $3.50
On B Street a firecracker thrown
up to the fact that be had had a inbefore mentioned are described in
from Machon's billiard ball exploded ments to secure the services of the
It cost Alva Harry only about 30 j
R em em ber this Iron is guaranteed for 10 years;
narrow escape, and served to keep said execution as follows, to-w it: Lot 5
in the street, and Mr. Machon later Paramount featute pictures, which
bones to repair the bones In th e j
him awake th e re st of tb e journey.
will save you no end of bother every week.
7 and abutting the sam e, and also begin*. broncho after the bucking spell
contributed two plunks to the city
Paul Ford, stage I ning on the section line between sec-
treasury for the heinous offense. On ture service on the matket today. , . Last Friday
¡tions 17 and 18 at a point 277.5 feet
J. D Laird’s family celebrated j
Sunday afternoon the lid was raised They are so good and in such de driver on the Coquille-Bandon line north of the southwest corner of lot 5 o f , th e “ Fourth” at Myrtle Point Sat
Bec,ion 17: running thence north 74".
long enough by the Marshall to let mand that it is necess ry to wind h a d a c o llisio n on th e B an d o n ro a d i ! west
to the low water line of the left urday.
Folsom unload bit supply of fire ^ | considerable red tape to get them, a lew m iles below to w n w h ic h j t>ank of the Coquille river, thence u p -
strearo alona Io« water line to the line | Mf. Mullen, of tile Imperial val-
crackers and these were set off in | and it is impossible to say just when sm a sh e d th e ra d ia to r of h is I-o rd to betw een sections 17 and 18, thence south
said line to place of beginning, also
c o u ° , Ur' * colls' n of the L in
tbe street, one at a time, relieving j
°< lot « in section 17 bertsons had his plumbing tools
watch for further announcements, repaired He purchased another at i
Have von paid the printer.
tbe monotony for awhile.
or parcel th ereof; th a t plaintiff have
I ami all tide lands fronting and abutting b u rie d u u d e r a b o u t a feet o f b ric k s
judgm ent against the said defendant
the bay but the accideut kept h im the same 368.5 feet, all in tow nship 28,
On Sunday quite a number went
for his costs and disbursem ents in this
off his run for nearly
SU M M O N S
on an excursion to Bandon beach, j splendid, high-class productions
suit; for such other and fu rth e r relief
| ette m eridian, in Coos County, Oregon, | t h e tim e of th e e a r th q u a k e a n d es
as to the C ourt may seem m eet and
one was injured.
I and being the same premises which I
and many others went in various di- *
! Grosman Timmons and wife conveyed | caped injury,
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore- equitable
rections in their automobiles. Taken
Service of this summons is m ade up
to said J . S. Lyons an«l said C. Me. 0 .
gon in and for the County of Coos
Mrs Easton came home Friday
on you bv publication th ere o f in the
| Johnson, and being the premises on
as a whole, the advocates of a sane
U PD YKE— In this city, July 5, j
Coquille Herald, by order of the Honor
which is situated what i9 known as the night for a week's vacation.
She F r e d A. R a k e r ,
Fourth must have been pleased with
able John S. Coke, .fudge of the Cir
—» .#»- -
i mill of Lyons-Johnson Lum ber Com- left the school house, three miles
1915, Chas, Updyke, aged about j
S U IT
cuit C ourt of the S ta te of Oregon in
| pany, near Prosper, Coos County, Ore-
the day at Coquille.
and for tne County of Coos, and which
Sheriff s Sale of Real Property on Foreclosure ' gon. Also the boom and boom privi- south of the South slough b rid g e , R e n t n i e r C h r i s t i a n
E Q U IT Y
order is dated the 19th day of June,
H errm ann ,
j leges belonging to the first p a rt ies or
The deceased had been living in j
Notlce is hereby given, T hat by vir either of them used in connection with
L eader C hanges Name
tbe northern part of town and work tue of ail execution duly issued out of said saw mill.
J. J. S t a n l e y ,
o’clock, took a Slagle & Stone car To R entnier C hristian H errm ann, the
A ttorney for Plaintiff,
Also all the machinery consisting of, at Marshfield for Coquille, walked
1 in g at d iffe re n t jo b s, a n d w a s c o n -1 the C ircnit C ourt of th e State of Oregon,
above named defendant:
In the Name of the S tate of Oregon; Coquille, Coos County, Oregon. 6-22-9t
The following announcement of sidered somewhat unsound mental 1 lor the Countv of Coos and to me direct- three boilers 66 x 16; two engines 16 x , out as far as the county hospital,
ed on the 3rd day of July, 1915 upon
18, one Clark Mill 9 foot, 60 inch edger, was picked up by J. D Laird witn You are hereby notified th a t you are
purpose appears at the head of the ly. He had been fasting for four judgem ent and decree «Inly rendered carriages,
head blocks, live rolls, c an t
required to appear and answ er the
Notice of Final Settlement
editorial column of the Coos Curry teen days, taking neither food nor entered of record and docketed in and ing gear, shafting, boxes, collars. his Ford, and was home at 9:30, amended complaint filed against you in
by said Court on the 28th lay of Ju n e steam feed, pulleys, couplings, belting, distance traveled 56 miles. Tbe au the above entitled suit within eight
Rostrum, successor to the Curry water, in an endeavor to improve 1915 in a certain suit : then in la id Court saws, fram es, buildings, all tools and
Notice is hereby given th a t the under
weeks from the date of the first publi
to is a great time saver.
County Leader, published at Lang defective hearing. It seems that he pending, wherein Adam Perstihaker logging tools and im plem ents, also any
of i this
au uii u
i m a s summons,
u m m u iis,
tow it: within signed has filed in the County C ourt of
was plaintiff and J . S. Lyons. Fannie and all other machinery.
machinery, fittings, con
been a busy e i^ h t w eeks from the 22nd (lay of June, ( ' 00 s County, Oregon, his final account
in the m a tte r of the e state of Alfred
had fasted for about fortv days on K. Lyons, C. Me. C. Johnson ami Dei nections. pumps and any and all o th er tim e ; th e h a y h a s been put in the 1915;
day of M. W est, deceased, and th a t said Court
The purpose ol establishing this a previous occasion, but that time
answer, on or before the 1
b a rn s in good q u a lity .
Lum ber Co. a corporation, A If red John- tion with said mill. Also any and all
se t Thursday, July 22nd, 1915, as
paper is to place in the field a me he took water, while this time he son L um ber Co., a corporation, Coquille other machinery tools, im plem ents and
; of the last publication of this summons, tilt* day, and the County Court room a t
\ the plaintiff will upply to the Court for
County C ourt house in the C ity of
dium that can be used by the people took neither lood nor water, the re River Mf’g Co., a corporation and Hob- personal property which shall be here-
ert Dollar Trustee were defendants in a fte r purchased for use in connection j
| the relief demanded in his sa il com- Coquille. l oos County, Oregon, as the
in their behalf, to protect them sult being fatal He leaves a family favor of plaintiff an«l against said de- w ith said saw mill, be sold by the Sheriff
f°r hearing objections to the said
Notice is hereby given th a t by di-
selves trom the cliques aud organi back East, and a telegram from a fendants by which execution I am com- of Coos County, subject to the lease of rection of the president of the Coquiffe- as follows: th a t th e said defendant h i final account, and the settlem ent of said
rounded to sell the property in said exe- the Bandon Power Company, upon t ‘ a t Coos Coal Company, a corporation, t r required to se t up and allege w hatever e state.
zations, whose rule has become ab son to Undertaker Ellingson this cution and herein after described to pay portion of said premises described th as
J ohn H. W es t ,
ganized and e xisting under the laws 01 right, title, estate, in te rest or claim he
he has or claims in or to the real e sta te 6-22-5t
A dm inistrator,
the S ta te of Oregon, a special meetii
solute; also alter getting a general morning directed that the remains the sum due the plaintiff of Eight Thou follows, to wit:*
sand Six Hundred E ighty nine and
•int 394 fe e t north o f the stockholders of said corporatio
“ Beginning at a poii
idea from the people to agitate for be buried here and that no expense 72-100 Dollars, with interest, thereon at and 72* east from tne e Meander corner, is hereby called to be held a t tne prin- tow it: the southw est «juarter of the
Notice to Creditors
conditions that will benefit the peo could be borne by the family. The the rate of eight per cent, per annum on the left bank of the Coquille R iver cipal office of said corporation in the southeast q u a rte r of section six in town-
from the 28th dav of June 1915 until betw een sections 17 and 18, Township
Notice is hereby given th a t the under
City of Coquille, Coos County, Oregon, ship tw enty-eight o u th , range ten west
ple of Coos and Curry Counties al funeral will take place tomorrow.
paid together with the costs an«! dis 28 south, Range 14 w est of the W iliam- in the B axter Hotel in Room 15 there- of the W illam ette meridian 11 the Coun signed has been duly appointed adm in
bursem ents of said suit, taxed a t $34 00, ette Meridian in Oregon and running of in said City, on the 21st day of July, ty of Coos and S ta te of Oregon, or anv istra trix of the e sti.t * of Charles R.
so against any one or condition that
and an attorney fee of $500 00 and cost.« thence north 858 15' east 250 feet; 1915. a t Ten o ’clock A M.
p art thereof, and subm it the sam e to Phillips, deceased, and that all persons
is a detriment to the masses. The
and e x c u s e s of said execution. I will thence south 4’ 45 east 348.5 f e e t ;
The objects of said m eeting are as this Court for judicial determ ination; having claims against said e state are
th a t the tk le of plaintiff in and to said hereby notified th a t they are required
time is here when the people are
pt the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. of said thence north 4* 45' west 348.5 fe et; to
l. To provide for settling and di
real e state and every p ir t and parcel to present the sam e, duly verified with
compelled to act; and to act ignor O R E G O N a n d W A S H IN G T O N
«lay at the front door of the Com tv the place of beginning containing two charging the indebtedness of the cor thereof be quieted against the said de the proper vouchers therefor, to the un
Court House in Cooa County, Oregon, (2) acres more or less in the County of poration and th? disposal of all its prop- fendant ana against his heirs and as- dersigned at the office of A. J. S h e r
antly would be disastrous
B u s in es s D ire c to ry
sell s t public auction to the highest bid- Coos S ta te of Oregon
¿ rty .
signs, and against each and all persons wood. in Coquille, Coos l ounty, O re
have installed a large X-ray in cur
A D ir e c to ry o f e a c h C ity . T o w n e n d
der for cash in hand on the day of sal.*,
Said Sale being made subject to re-
2. To provide for the dissolution of claiming bv, through or under him; and gon, within six m onths from tne date
V illa g e , «riving d e s c r ip tiv e s k e tc h
all the rig h t, title, interest and estate demption in the m anner provided by said corporation and the winding up of th a t said defendant, and his heirs and of this notice.
plant, and the one’s who come be
oh p la c e , lo c a tio n , p o p u la tio n , te le »
which said defem lants J . S. Lyons, Fan- law.
D ated this 10th day of May, 1915.
assigns, and any and all o th er persons
g r a p h , s h ip p i n g a n d b a n k in g p o i n t;
fore it and can not stand the ex
L aura J. H a nsen ,
nie K. Lyon«, C* Me. C. Johnson, an«!
Dated this 6th day of July, 1915.
D ated this 6th day of July. 1915.
claiming by, through or under him, be
icd D ire.-to rjr, c o m p ile d b y
A dm inistratrix of the Es
B. L. E ddy
forever enjoined and restrained from
amination must suffer; also all con
son Lumber Co., a corporation, Alfreii
ta te of Charles R. Phil
Sheriff of 1 00 s County, Oregon.
I- P«-LK t CO.. 8BATTLE
Secretary, Coquille-Coos Coal Co. sotting up any right or claim or interest
ditions that are uncurable with co-
Johnson Lum ber Co., a corporation, Co-
, in or to tn e said real e state or any p art
E ntered as second class m atter May
8, 1005. a t the poet otlice a t Coquille,
Oregon, u n d e rac t ol Congress of March
With every purchase at our store we
will give you a Swatter free
Let Our Stock of Fly Preparations Help
You Get Rid of Flies
KNOWLTON’S DRUG STORE
A n n o u n cem en t
E. E. JOHNSON
OREGON PO W ER CO.
C all On Us for T hem
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