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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1917)
REGISTRATION IN THE VALLEY
TO CURE RADISHES.
BETTER THAN FIFTY POUNDS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Methods of Killing White Maggots on
Notice is hereby given that the u -
The following table gives the names dersigned have been duly appointe 4
Wholesale injury to roots of cab and records of the cows in the Coos executrixes of the estate and of the
Laurence Leo; Curry, Thomas James; bage and to radishes by a small white County Testing Associations which
last will and testament of Elizabeth
Currie, Thurman Benjamin; Carlson, maggot is reported daily to the en have produced more than 60 pounds of
Thomas, deceased, and that all per
Frank Herman; Drobilac, Vence J. tomology department at O. A. C. butterfat during the period of 30 days
sons having claims against said es
Denio, Alonzo Miller;
Donaldson, Professor Lovett, entomologist at the ending May 31, 1917:
tate are hereby notified that they ate
Donaldson, Lester Oregon experiment station, discusses
required to present the same duly ver ........... «»mutui mmiiiimiiiimnm«niii»»imntnmtnn:tnmimnn»nniinn>K
Elice; Engblom, Wardie Deroy; Frye, the pest and its control as follows:
lb B.F. ified and with the proper vouche s
Herbert J.; Gardner, Frank Allison;
76.4 therefor, to the undersigned at the
“ The adult of the cabbage and rad Albert Schroeder
Goodrich, William Raymond; Graham, ish maggot is a small, brown, hump James Jacobsen
73.2 office of A J . Sherwood, in Coquill -,
YSTEMATIZE your household expenses by
Earl D.; Hull, William Henry Jr.; backed fly, a little mors than one-half Herman Peterson
71.4 Coos County, Oregon, within s x
opening a bank account for your wife. Give
Hunt, Harry Horace; Hatcher, Nevy the size of a house fly. These flies Theo. Clinton
70.7 months from the date of this notice
her a check book and teach her the use of it.
Ernest; Hultin, Roy; Johnson, Bruce deposit eggs on the soil about the Albert Schroeder
Dated this 2nd day of June, 1917.
Pay the butcher, the grocer, the baker, with
Henry; Jensen, Wm. Howard; Jacob roots of cabbage and radish. These Albert Schroeder
a check. Then at the end of the month
son, Randall; Jackson, LeLaud Byron; eggs hatch in from twenty to thirty- Herman Peterson
you’ll find out just how much it costs you
Jacobson, Joseph; Kinsey, Claude six hours into a small maggot, which S. S. Reed
65.9 Executrixes of the Estate and of tl e
to run the home. When payment by check
Raymond; Larson, Carl Julius; Leu bores its way into the roots of the Walter Farrier
is mode there never is any doubt as to whether or not
last Will and Testament of Eliza
thold, John George; Leslie, Keith plants.
S. S. Reed
64.4 beth Thomas, deceased.
a bill is paid. The check is a receipt.
Lehman; Low, G. Earl (M. D .); Linde,
“ Screening of the permanent radish Herman Pet'-rson
Besides, a checking account will give your wife a
Nels Abel; Leneve, Lanson Willey; beds and of the cabbage seed beds to Martin Schmidt
business education. The number of ordinarily bright
Leach, Tracy Audran; Mace, Wm prevent the adult fly getting in to de Herman Peterson
62.3 In the County Court of the State iff
women who know absolutely nothing of banking is sur
Clark; Michels, James Philip; Miller, posit eggs is the most satisfactory S. S. Reed
Oregon, for Coos County.
prising. If you are a husband, father, brother, you
Clarence Earl; McNair, Alonzo Law method of control. Regular window Herman Peterson
61.0 In the matter of the estate of Wil
cannot tell when death may overtake you, and it is
liam Bradley, Deceased.
rence; McNeel, Jesse Craig; Mc screen is excellent, or one may use a W. E. Cross
well that your wife, daughter and sister know some
Notice is hereby given that the un
Cracken, Walter Lawrence; Nembury, coarse grade of cheese cloth, running Herman Peterson
59.3 dersigned, the duly appointed, quali
thing of banking.
Walter Earl; Nosier, Bird Leroy; about 16 threads to the inch. The J. D. Carl
59.1 fied, and acting administrator wi a
MAKE UP YOUR MIND TODAY TO GIVE
Neal, Perry; Oddy, Lloyd Wilbur; screen should be supported over
59.1 the Will annexed of the estate of Wil
Price, Floyd Cyrus; Paxson, Harvey frame and the edges wrapped on to S. S. Reed
YOUR WIFE A CHECK BOOK.
58.7 liam Bradley, deceased, has filed his
final account in the said estate in the
Curry; Purdy, John Hertry; Robert the soil so as to make It fly-proof.
S. S. Reed
58.1 county court of said county and state,
son, James Marvin; Read, Lewis Le
58.1 fully showing his administration of
“ For cabbage and cauliflower plants Aasen Bros.
a sa m m i
roy; Rynning, Paul Berthean; Randl, already set out but not yet infested, J. C. Strong
58.0 said estate, and Monday, the 9th duy
Nick; Roley, James; Rider, Perley; there is nothing better than the tarred Albert Schroeder
57.9 of July, 1917, at the hour of ten
o’clock in the forenoon of said di.y
Rackleff, Owen; Sarvis, Charles John felt discs. These should be cut about B. Bartlett
57.8 has been set as the time, and the
son; Shoup, William Osgood Snow, two inches across, with a slit run James Jacobsen
57.5 County Court Room of the Court
Lynn Kinder; Sickels, Casimer Le- ning to the center. About 25 of them W. C. Cutler
56.9 House in Coquille, as the place for the
compie; Smith, Francis Bertram; may be placed in a pile and a spike Aasen Bros
56.6 hearing and settlement of said fin il
account. All persons having any ob
Shores, Frank Glenn; Samuels, Wil nail driven through the center to form B. Bartlett
56.5 jections to the said account or to the
liam Elmer; Sharkey, Harry Thomas; a hole through which the stem of the A. R. Davenoprt
56.0 settlement thereof may present them
Train, Robert Cameron; Tennison, plant should run. These are placed Herman Peterson
55.8 at that time.
W. C. CHASE.
Archie Arvel; Tozier, Edwin Harri around the plant and patted down Herman Peterson
Administrator with the Will annexed
son; Tabor, Claud Aaron; Thomason, close to the soil. Where the disks J. D. Carl
Romie; West, James David; West, cannot be easily obtained, and in case Albert Schroeder
Martin Henry; Watson, Albert Ed of radishes where it is not possible I . P. Trigg
Court of the State of
to screen, use tobacco dust. A small Albert Schroeder
Oregdn, for Coos County.
65.4 In the Matter of the Guardianship of
Precinct No. 41. Coquille S. E.
amount of this material dusted on the Martin Schmidt
Iva Freeman and Lawrence Free
Crook, Walter; Davis, Harold War soil around the plant will serve to re Albert Schroeder
WHY WASTE GREEN FEED AND BUY HAY?
ren; Ensele, Carl Petter; Edlund, pel the fly and prevent eggs being de W. C. Cutler
Otto; Elwood, Urban Howard; Foote, posited. As tobacco dust is quite ex W. C. Cutler
Notice is hereby given that the un
54.8 dersigned, the duly appointed, quali
William Eli; Gary, John Leroy; Hud pensive it may be mixed with an equal Herman Peterson
54.8 fied and acting guardian of the estate
Harlocker, amount of wood ashes, air slaked Walter Farrier
S. S. Reed
54.6 of Iva Freeman and Lawrence Free
Charles Stephen; Jennings, Frederick lime or some similar dust.
54.5 man, minors, has filed his final ac
George; Knowlton, Owen Hayter;
“ For plants already affected, there Theo. Clinton
count in the said estate in the Coun y
54.5 Court of said county and state, fully
Kay, Logan; Kay, Alton Robert; Mc is nothing that is really satisfactory, Theo. Clinton
.54.4 showing his administration of said es
Nair, Frank; Murdock, Robert Bruce; but the following emulsion wili kill Herman Peterson
54.4 tate, and Wednesday, the 27th day >f
J. D. Carl
Miller, Harry Ames; Neiman, Nath many eggs and maggots:
54.3 June, 1917, at the hour of 10 o’clock in
an; Oerding, Harry Harrrison; Ocrd-
Crude carbolic acid— 1 pint.
the forenoon of said day has been s ;t
54.3 as the time, and the County Cou't
ing, Walter Frank; Oerding, George
Fish oil soap— 1 pound.
Room of the Court House in Coquille,
Edwin; Pierce, Hal Wagner; Raicy,
54.2 as the place for the hearing and set
Cut the soap in fine shavings and B. Bartlett
Frank Walter; Smith, Howard Stan
54.2 tlement of said final account,
ford; Schroeder, Leslie Alton; Ster dissolve in boiling water.
Remove F. L. Lundy
persons having any objections to the
54.1 said account or to the settlement
ling, Paul Leroy; Tozier, Harry Bel from the fire and add slovly the crude F. L. Lundy
thereof may present them at that
knap; Tuttle, Clarence Leland; Ward, carbolic acid, stirring vigorously.
Guy Emerson; Weidner, James Ro Continue the vigorous agitation until Herman Peterson
land; Walker, Archie Oliver; Wilson, an emulsion is formed. To one part of C. H. Butler
this stock emulsion, add forty parts Albert Schroeder
of water. This weak solution may be
Precinct No. 42. Riverton.
Bell, James E.; Bruner, Boyd; Bel- poured along the rows of radish W. F. Slingsby
In the Circuit Court of the State of
loni, John E.; Berryhill, Elmer M.; plant or about the cabbage plants, Herman Peterson
Oregon for the County of Coos
A. Gardner, Plaintiff,
Coy, Eugene G.; Carlson, William;
Carlson, August W.; Coy, Oren B.; bage plant. This same material will Theo. Clinton
53.4 Eunice Gardner, Defendant.
Clausen, George; Dauthwaite, Vernon prevent infection by the maggot if Mose Gemetti
Suit in Equity for Divorce.
W. E. Cross
53.3 ’o Eunice Gardner, the above nam
H.; Hull, Harry F.; Helmken, Ralph; used at eight-day intervals.”
Hughes, Harry B.; Kay, Denzil;
53.3 a the name of the State of Oregon
LOSS OF EGGS ENORMOUS.
Lewis, Aza W.; McGourty, Robert;
You are hereby notified that y> u
J. D. Carl
Quinn, Fred J. Smith, Ezra M.; Sell,
Charles W. T.; Swindal, Preston;
W. C. Cutler
Shelton, George H.; Sell, Victor E.;
Many millions of dollars are lost Martin Schmidt
Shelton, Royal F.; Simonsen, Simon.
to-wit: within six
annually in the United States from J. D. Carl
Precinct No. 51. Norway.
bad methods of producing and hand W. F. Slingsby
Aromi, Joe; Biasca, Peter; Britton,
ling eggs. A few years ago this loss Martin Schmidt
Albert Wesley; Brauer, Johannes
TAKE MANY WEEK-END TRIPS
amounted to 50 million dollars or 17 Mose Gemetti
And if you fail to appear and a i-
Christian; Backman, Oscar John;
per cent of the total egg production; Herman Pe-erson
Bryant, Walter Scott; Bujgess, James
and the loss is even greater at pres Herman Peterson
Cleve; Barklow, Ervin Earl; Bur
This enormous waste could Alfred Kellenberger Durham
gess, William Floyd; Butler, Clarence
largely be prevented, says C. C. Herman Peterson
Jasper; Barklow, Walter Ray; Bark-
Lamb, specialist in poultry husbandry Martin Schmidt
low, Clarence Melvin; Bell, William
at O. A. C.
J. D. Carl
51.6 8 That the marriage contract hereto-
Leroy; Clinton, John Ray; Culbertson,
It is said that special care of eggs Mose Gemetti
51.3 f sre and now existing between t'
John William; Clinton, Theodore Le-
during the hot summer months is W. C. Cutler
51.3 plaintiff and the defendant herein ’ e
land; Conger, Melvin Earl; Cross,
exceedingly important, for heat is the F. L. Lundy & Son Holstein
51.1 annulled, set aside and held for
William Earl; Ellis, Callen; Ellis,
naught, and for such other and fur
worst enemy of eggs.
Buyers are W. E. Cross
50.9 ther relief as to the Court may seem
Sandy; Endicott, Claud Walter; Gou-
more careful at this time of year than S. S. Reed
50.9 just and equitable.
their, Grover; Guthardt, Adam John;
at any other time, and the bad pro J. D. Carl
Service of this summons is made
Halter, Stanley; Hammack, James
Where you can enjoy
duct will be thrown out, resulting in W. E. Cross
50.7 by publication in pursuance of an or
Wesley; Hammack, George Ernest;
der made by the Hon. John S. Coke,
a loss to the producer. Hence, farm Chas. Butler
50.7 Judge of the Circuit Court within and
Hodge, Arthur Raymond; Hampton,
ers who present for sale only good Chas. Butler
50.4 for the County of Coos and State of
George Elmer; Hodge, Harold Keith;
quality eggs can demand more per Alfred Kellenberger
50.4 Oregon, dated May 4th, 1917, direct
Heler, Casper; Jensen, Carl Lloyd;
dozen than is paid for the inferior Martin Schmidt
50.4 ing that service thereof be made by
Jensen, Leslie Raymond; Johnson, Is
publication of said summons in the
aac Emanuel; Jarvis, Lloyd Thomas;
Coquille Herald, a newspaper pub
C a m p i n g
In the cooler sections of the coun Mose Gemetti
at the City of Coquille, in said
Knight, Joseph Lawrence; Lillie, Al
try the loss due to hot weather is J. D. Carl
bert Ervin; Lillie, Harry Clyde; Lars-
not so great.
However, the broody Herman Peterson
50.2 a period of six weeks.
sen, Peter Martin; McDonald, George
C. R. Barrow,
hen will spoil the eggs quickly if not Martin Schmidt
Angus; Mace, Calver Oram; Miller,
Attorney for plaintiff.
kept away from the nest. In pre J. L. Lundy & Son
Rosco Blaine; Nelson, Frank Allen;
venting loss from this cause the
Orami, Fedele; Oland, Joseph Ed
broody hen is confined in a slat crate
Between all poin s in the Coos Bay Country
ward; Pinkston, James Gilbert; Pe
mild form of indigestion.
in a cool olace and fed well.
Coos Bay Testing Association.
terson, Arthur Walter; Peterson, Her
The production of infertile eggs is
For period of 30 days ending June 6
Ask our loc..l agent for information.
man; Root, Ernest Leroy; Robison,
rapidly or too much, or of food not
an efficient means of preventing loss A. O. Rogers
suited to your digestive organs. If
W'alter Seth; Robison, Roy Franklin;
M. S'-otf, General Passenger Agent.
during the warm season. Hens will A. O. Rogers
51.7 you will eat slowly, masticate your
Schmidt, Martin Matthias; Schroeder,
food thoroughly, eat but little meat
lay as well without the male birds, A. O. Rogers
John Henry; Smalley, Benjamin; Sim
and none at all for supper, you will
and therefore it is best to keep the J. L. Clinkenbeard
61.0 more than likely avoid the sour stom
mons, Ernest Teal; Schroeder, Eu
rooster away from the flock after the J. L. Clinkenbeard
67.5 ach without taking any medicine
gene Adian; Stadie, Martin Henry;
breeding season. Nearly all the eggs J. L. Clinkenbeard
When you have sour
Schnur, Joseph Carey; Trigg, Leslie
laid two weeks after the males are re J. L. Clinkenbeard
63.8 stomach take one of Chamberlain's
Porter; Willoughby, Burke; Young
moved will be infertile.
J. L. Clinkenbeard
To prevent loss from dirty and J. L. Clinkenbeard
73.0 NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Below are the names of those regis
mouldy eggs and from breakage, the Alex Hongell
tered since June 5 in the Coquille
Notice is hereby given that the un
poultry house is supplied with litter Chas. Selander
administrator of the es
and the nest with clean straw. The Perry Couch
John H. Windsor, No. 44, Bandon;
of Nellie J. Skeels, deceased, has
eggs are gathered twice a day, care J. C. McCulloch
account in said estate,
Fred Lacey, No. 44, Bandon; Edward
fully packed and kept in a clean, dry G. W. Sanford
61.3 in the County Court of Coos County,
Everett Sole, No. 44, Bandon; Nick H. and cool place.
In order to place in the field and back up with
G. W. Sanford
52.2 Oregon, and that said Court has ap-
Munk, No. 57, Bancroft; Alfred G.
J. F. Emerson
snpplies the immense armies which our Govern
King, No. 55, Myrtle Point; John Har
J. F. Emerson
52.0 day, at the County Court Room in tie 9 ment leaders are planning, this country must prac
old Porter, No. 25, Dora; Otto Willis
This is a very painful and danger
52.2 j Court House of said Coos County, Or-
tice economy and attain efficiency as it has never
Magill, No. 55, Myrtle Point; Thad- ous disease. In almost every neigh
J. F. Emerson
61.7 : egon, in Coquille, for the hearing of
deus Joseph Krirck, No. 46, Bandon borhood some one has died from it
: objections to said account and the fin-
before medicine could be obtained oi
W. C. Persinger,
N. E.; Willard W. Lane, No. 51, Nor a physician summoned.
1 al settlement of said estate.
The telephone is the great economizer and
Dated this 12th day of June, 1917.
way; Ray Charles Hyde, No. 35. Dora. way is to have a bottle of Chamber
to efficiency. Have you one? Have
lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy in
J. L. Aasen is now driving a Buick
you as many as you need? Get a telephone and
J. Skeels, deceased.
car instead of the old Ford which has
¿vain, v jiin n . i n i ) t i l l i, 11 m i ii
put the time saved into the garden.
C. R. Barrow, Attorney for Admin
week from a few months spent in Cal-1 writes: “ During the summer of 1___ seen so many
_ years of service ______
ifornia for his health, spent a day or two of my children were taken sick around Coquille. Of course John is
two in Coquille last week looking over
morbus- . I used Cham- happy to think he docs not make so
Buy your season tickets now for
the company’s property on Cunning a T a n V it gave’ ^ em * m ^ i a U ^ much noise when he »tarts out to the Chautauqua. July 15 to 22. Price
$2.50 * for adults.
(Continued from first page.)
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