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About Semi-weekly herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1904-1905 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1904)
SE MI - WE E KL Y
C O Q U IL L E
C IT Y ,
D og W h ip p in g Brought G old .
P H Y S I C I A N A N D S lIK O IC O N
Amsterdam, July 5.— A dispatch
from Batavia (Capitol of the Dutch-
East Indian) says that the command
Geo. Russell, M. D.,
er of the expedition to North Aehin
PlIYBIOIAN AND SUBOBON,
(Northern Sumatra) attacked Likat
Office upstairs in MARTIN BUILDING
Calls promptly answered day or night.
Chinese loss was 432 killed,
Night call will be answered from Mrs.
induing 281 women andt88 children
Wickham’ s Boarding House.
and 54 wounded, Seventeen pris
Phone, main 136.
oners were taken. The Dutch
casualties included the commander,
Aleut, two sergeants and thirteen
soldiers wounded. On June 23 tbe
Dutch troops attacked Langatbacs,
D E N T IS T -
when tbe Achinese losses were C54
A. F. Kirshman,
killed, including 180 women and
Office at Residence, one block east of| 130 children, and 49 wounded.
Twenty-eight prisoners were taken.
The Dutch losses were a captain,
twenty-two soldiers and six coolies
COQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT CO.
D IS P A T C H
Tom W hite, M&Hter,
B a n d on ........ 7 A-M.
| Coquille-------10 a - m .
C oqu ille ........ 1 P-M. j B a n d on ------- 4 p - m .
Connects at Coquille with train for Marshfield
and steamer Echo for M yrtle Point.
F A V O R IT E
J. C. Mooraaw. Master,
Coquille........ 7 a - m . I Bandon. ✓ 10:45 a - m .
B andon......... I p-M. | C oquille. 4:45 P-M.
General Sanger who has just
taken the census in the Philippines
prophesies that “ the ephemeral
tribal distinctions which now exist
will gradually disappear, and the
Filipinos will become a numerous
and homogenous race, exceeding in
intelligence and capacity any other
tropical peoples.” .
W ea k H ea rts.
are caused by indigestion. If you
eat'a little too much, or if you are
S tr. R E T A
subject to attacks of indigestion, tbe
Alva I/ee, Master,
stomach expands- -swells and puffs
up against the heart. This crowds
Coquille . . . . 1 P-M. | Bandon . . . . 5 p-M.
the heart and shortens the breath.
B a n d on .........7 a - m . | C oq u ille.. . .11 a - m .
Rapid heart beats and heart disease
Carrying passengers and mail.
is the final result. Kodo) Dyspep
Coquille River Transportation Co. sia Cure digests what you eat, takes
the strain off tbe heart, cures indi
gestion, dyspepsia, sour stomach,
S tr. L I B E R T Y
W . R. Panter, Master.
strength and health to every organ
Bandon......... 7 a - m . j Coquille. ...1 0 a - m .
of the body. Sold by R. S. Knowl-
C oqu ille ........ 1 p-M. | B an d on ___ 4 > M.
Makes connection with train at Coquille
and up-river lx»at*.
T W I1 A M I I,
E C H O
T. W . McCloskey. Master,
Myrtle Point .. .7 a - m . | Coquille C’y 0:30 a - m .
Coquille C it y .. .1 P-M. | M yrtle P ’t. .4:00 p - m .
Daily except Sunday.
W E L C O M E
O. W illard, Master,
M yrtle Point 1:30 p - m . I Coquille C’y 1.00 p - m .
Coquille City 7:00 a - m . | M yitle P’t 10 0 0 a M
< 'onnects with lower-river boats at Coquille
C ity f ” T Bandon and intermediate points.
Am ple barges for handling freight.
North Bond Woolen Mill, who re
cently returned from a trip through
the East, announces that while ab
sent from this city, he contracted
for the Sale of $150,000 worth of
the product of that concern. A De
troit. Michigan, firm will take that
amount of flannels and carriage
The mill has orders sufficient to
keep it running until the first of
July next year with its present ca
The company which owns the
plant has decided to increase the
capital stock to $150.,000 from its
present capitalization on of $100,-
000. Tbe additional stock to bo
in preferred stock. The object of
the increase will be to put in 12
more broad looms and to provide
ready capital for operating ex
Tbe mill is running overtime at
present and will of necessity in
crease its capacity in order to be
able to handle the increased busi
ness. The North Bend Woolen
Mill, under the able and efficient
management of Mr. Clark, has with
in only a short time during which
it has been in operation, earned an
enviable reputation through-out
the country by the excellency of
its product.— Evening Post.
T h e p ill that w ill, will fill the bill,
W ith oat a Brioe.
t o cleanse th e liver, w ithout a quiver.
T ake on e at night.
DeWitt’s Little early risers are
small, easy to take, easy and gentle
in effect, yet they are so certain in
results that no one who uses them
is disappointed. For quick relief
from biliousness, sick headache,
torpid liver, jaundice, dizziness and
all troubles arising from an inac
tive, sluggish liver, Early Kisers
Sold by R. S.
Bitters, and after taking it' I felt as
well as I ever did in my life.”
Weakly, sickly, run down people al
ways gain new life, strenght and
vigor from their use. Try them.
Satisfaction guaranteed by R. S.
Knowlton. Price 50 cents.
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M akried . — At the residence of
the bride’s parents, Gold Beaeh, Ore
gon, on June 29th, 1904, Mr. W il
liam J. Walker and Miss Harrietta
L. Paskins, Rev. Geo. Gillespie of
ficiating Mr. Walker is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. James G. Walker, of
Gold Beach, and the bride is the
youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robt. Paskins, of the same place.
The happy young couple have the
best wishes of a large circle of
friends and acquaintances for their
future hapiness and prosper!
S a lv o
F op PH««, Burn«, Sor««.
Expenses in vacation after April.
Salarila............................... ¿1153 36
Indigents .............................. 170 00
Indigent soldiers.................. 72 00
Janitor court house.............. 80 OO
Stationery, etc............... .... 30 88
Circuit ot ex .......................... 21 00
Regular July 1904 term.
re county com nissioDers.
Lloyd Spires qualified as commis-
sioner for four years.
E. 4. An-
dersoD qualified as commissioner
for the ensuing two years.
Ordered that the bond of C. S.
McCulloch, surveyor elect, with R.
H. Ilosa, J. C. Shields, J. B. Gross,
H. W. Dunham, R. E. L. Bedilliou,
Fred A. Mehl and Elbert Dyer as
sureties, be approved.
Ordered that the bond of T. J.
Thrift, assessor elect, with J. P.
Tupper, B. H. Haskins, F. Flam,
Thomas Devereux, H. W. Dunham
and R, S. Knowlton, as sureties, be
Ordered that the bond of James
Watson, County Clerk elect with
L. M. Noble, Z. T. Siglin, H. Lock-
hart, W. F. Bownon, Geo. W.
Beale and S. C. Rogers as sureties
be approved. Appointment of R.
H. Mast as deputy county clerk,
Ordered that the bond of E .
Mingus, coroner elect, with Henry
Holm, Herbert Lockhart and W. P.
Murphy, as sureties, be approved.
Ordered that the bond of Stephen
Gallier, sheriff elect, and ex-officio
tax collector, with R. C. Dement, J.
P. Tupper, C- M. Skeels. D. G.
Beale, B. H. Burns, T. J. Little,
Isaiah Hacker, J. F. Schroeder,
Adam Pershbaker, and C. Long, as
sureties, be approved.
Ordered that the following bills
in Justices’ court be paid:
State vs Suckau.
A D Morse, J P .................. $ 4 70
Tbe latest postal laws are that E M Blackerby, Const........... 12 15
the publisher can arrest anyone for
State vs Harper. .
fraud who takes a paper and refuses E M Blackerby, Const.......... 29 00
to pay for it. Under the law, the
State vs Ward.
man who lets hie subscription run
A D Morse, J P ..................... 2 70
along for some time unpaid and E M Blackerby, Const.......... 3 50
and then leaves orders for it’s dis
State vs Steel.
continuance leaves him liable to ar E G D Holden, J P fees..... 7 35
rest and fine the same as theft, it Stephen Gallier, shff........... 2 70
will bo seen that many disputed
State vs Nagle.
points are disposed of by that de W H S Hyde, J P ..........
cision, which is certainly just. If a .1 W Carter, Const................. 4 55
subscriber does not wrnt to renew Herbert Ross, witness........... 2 30
subscription, let him notify the E A Glenz,
“ ............. 2 30
the publisher. The second deci C K Shaw,
“ ............. 2 30
sion given here will be a surprise Aildison C >ok,
“ ............. 2 30
to some publishers who believe that E L C Farrin, Dep Dis Atty
they must stop a delinquint subscri
mileage, etc....................... 16 80
ber if ordered to. The delinquent I q re inquest upon Robert McDon-
must pay up if he wishes to discon
tinue Lis subscription. Otherwise A G Aiken,
Juror ....... 1 00
he is held responsible for it as long
E A Anderson,
....... 1 00
as the paper is being sent to him,
Herbert Lockhart “
....... 1 00
whether he takes it from the post-
J A Matson,
office or not.— Ex.
L D Johnson,
A T e r r C lo s e C o ll.
J T McCormac, witness......
“ I stuck to my engine, although
....... 1 50
every joint ached and every nerve Matilda Matson,
....... 1 50
was racked with pain,” writes C. W.
....... 1 50
Bellamy, a locomotive firemaD, of E E Straw,
Burlington, Iowa, “ j was weak Wm Horsfall,
and pale, without any appetite and E E Straw, Ex P hy.............. 25 00
all run down. As I was about to
give up, I got a botte of Electric E Mingus, C or....................... 11 35
If Japan finds herself victor over
Russia in the Eastern war, and vir
tually in possession of Korea and
Manchuria, there is danger that she
may help herself to the Philippine
Islands. She could land there with
500,000 men, an enormous nayy, and
Have we death at last accounts.
- « S* » e
thought of this possibility?
T o C u r e » i e l d t n t h i n l» n j .
D e W itt’s
TU ESD AY, JULY
C ounty C ourt P roceedings.
WALTER CULIN, M. D.
How a whipped dog brought
fortune to a family is related by W.
Cm iDiut C ity , O kk . Kramer, now in Portland from the
Sucker Cro.ik country.
t ir i:
Free gold amounting to $31,000
had been taken out of tbe Briggs
DR. M. 0. STEMMLER,
ledge on Sucker Creek up to last
PHYSICIAN AND 8UKGEON.
according to Mr. Kram
M ykti . k P oixt ,
O rxuon .
of Grant's Pass, who
Perkins' Drug Store.
is now in Portland. Besides this
the ledge bas been traced for a dis
tance of 200 feet along the surface
ABSTRACTER OE TITLES.
of the hillside and fully $400,000
CoiiuiLLB C ity , O kk
is now in sight. The Briggs family
preparing to put up a statnpmill
A. J. Sher m o d ,
on the property in order to turn
A T T osm r i t -L aw ,
gold into bullion in the shortest
N otaby P ub lic ,
Mr. Kramer, who knows all the
circumstances connected with this
find, says that a young son of Dav
W alter Sinclair,
id Briggs was out hunting deei and
A ttobkky - at -L a w ,
tried to get his dog to take a deer
N o t a s i P u b l ic ,
trail. The dog refused to do so,
and young Briggs, becoming angry,
beat the oanine in order to make
do better. While scurrying about
H a ll & Hall.
the hillside a rusty-lookiDg rock
A ttobnbts - at -L a w ,
was turned over and on its under
Dentei in R i a l E s t a t i o f nil kinds.
side the gold glittered in such a way
as to interfere with the dog.whip-
ping prooess instanter. The trai 1
of the deer was also considered of
secondary importance, as young
J. Curtis Snook, D. D. S.
Briggs knew he had thousands of
dollars in sight.
Office two doors south Odd Fellow's Hall
“ At present the hills around the
Will make Bandon a professional visit
head of Sucker Creek are alive with
the first Monday in each quarter.
prospectors," Mr. Kramer said, “ and
I look for more big discoveries be
fore the Summer is over. The re
gion is high up in the Siskiyous,
within f few rods of the California
E. D. Sperry.
W . C. Chase.
line, and the prospecting will be a
SPERRY & CHASE,
pleasant outing for hundreds, even
nhould they not succeed in finding
Office in ltobinson Building,
“ In the old days of mining, 40
years ago, a great deal of golddust
was taken out of Sucker and Al-
thouse Creeks, as well as from De
mocratic Gulch, miners who were
E. 0. D HUH n.
not looking for ledgers.
L awybb ,
gold dust, however, came from
Jastioe of the Peno«, City Recorder, U.S.
just such mother lodes as the oue
Commissioner, General Insurance
found by young Briggs and there
Agent and Notary Public.
must bo several of these yet to un
Office in Robinson Building.
In re inquest upon John Deeter.
W O Williams, Juror ......
F M Flye,
•• ....... 1 00
....... 1 00
....... 1 00
W D L F Smith,
•* ....... 1 00
E O Hall,
Theo Hoelling, witness....... 1 50
W C Weaver,
....... 1 50
J T McCormac. Ex Phy...... 25 00
E Mingus, C or..................... 10 13
In re Inquest upon Jane Steel.
E G D HoldeD, Cor fees...... 13 40
C A Gage,
D H Johnson, “
II N Lorenz,
J A Lamb,
M McDonald, “
John Barklow, "
Dr Geo Russell, witness.....
John Simmons, “ ............
C M Skeels,
W W Gage,
Stephen Gallier, const.........
J J Stanley, reporter......... 10 00
1 Dr W Culin, ex phys......... 25 00
1 Dr Geo Russell, ex phy (not
allowed).............................. 25 00
List of jurors and witnesses cn-
titled to fees from the county, who
(Continu»«! on Znd page.)
12, 1 90 4.
N OTES A N D COM M ENT.
George J. Goul 1 had some fun in
Pittsburg. He put on greasy clothes
aud took the regular examination
for brakemao, incognito.
proud wheD he found he had fassed.
It is supposed that Perdicaris
paid his own ransom and thus mol
lified Rnisouii and relieved the Sul-
Toilet Articles,, School Books
and School Supplies,
Kodaks and Kodak Supplies,
Fine Stationery a Specialty.
The Humane Society positively
C oqu ille
The southern explorer who as-
NOSLER & LYONS
Uncle Joe Cannon has “ get ma-
He says so himself and
1 links that a first voyage to Europe
ould cure it.
His malaria is a
P R O P R IE T O R S
Best of W ork
“ Mebby I ought to
Rev. Thomas K. Beecher’s scheme
Special Rates to Families and Hotels
We make our own soap and know its ingredients. No injurious chemicals used.
Our baskets will be left at all the principal points on the river.
Goods called for and delivered in Coquille City.
A. J. SHERWOOD, Pres.
L. H. HAZARD, Ceehier
R. E. SHINE, Vice Pres.
FIR ST N A T IO N A L B A N K
He says, “ The
O P CO ÇU IU LiB, O R E G O N .
T ra n sa c tH
a G e n e ra l B a n k in g
B u s in e s s
The arrival of tho school vacation
is a sad waste of
Board of D irectors.
R. C. Dement,
A . J. Sherwood,
L. II. Hazard,
R . E. Shine,
National Bank of Commerce, New Y ork C’ity
Crocker W o o l worth N ’l Bank, San Francisco
First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Ore
A L L THE LE ADUSO
DEALERS H AN DLE
TH E C E L E B R A T E D
One Frank Burness who went to
ROTHCHIL D BROS.
I have an uncon-
1’d kill a man for five cents
The small newspaper jokers, tired
GEO- A - CHURCHM AN, PROP
frivolus, improvident, riotous
a ten-cent lunch with
GENERAL LINE OF CHEMICALS, DRUGS, PATEN T
MEDICINES, DRUGGISTS’ SUPPLIFH
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.
Having had many years of experience in this line
we are proparod to give all the
best of satisfaction.
A movement is on foot in Eng-
•ation. This precious piece of
in anatomy has been above
ground upwards of three centuries
and is now in possession of one
Wilkinson, of Seven Oaks. If it can
give the Protector’s ghost any com
fort there ought to be a grand cere
monial, for his great sconce con
tained more for the glory of the
realm than that of any king that
ever sat on the throne.
In all parts of this country a re
monstrance rises against the prev
alent system of education, which
makes the schools top-heavy, teach
ing pretentious studies to the neg
lect of elementary.
In every city
and in most of the country towns
there is a furtile grabbing after the
“higher branches” by children who
do not know how to spell, read or
write correctly. More than 100,000
children are running in the streets
of New York City and more than
200,000 are running abroad in
Michigan because the money ap
propriated for schools is wasted on
high schools and normal schools, to
tbs utter neglect of primaries.
Music C °
M a r s H fle ld , O re.
Agents for leading makes of
Pianos and Organs
carry a fall line of
We bay for Cash from Manufactures and
bottom prices. Wo also
Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Strings
And everything else in
tbe music line.
CHAS. GRISSEN MUSIC CO.
A i e S
P I E L D