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About Semi-weekly herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1904-1905 | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1904)
Leading Events of the Twenty"
Third W e e k of the W a r
July 17th. — In the last engage
ment before Port Arthur, the Rus
sian official report shows that the
Tooting Your O w n Horn.
Slavs lost over 5,500 men in killed
“ He that tooteth not his own
July 18th.— Russians capture and
horn, shall not hear it tooted.” tow into Port Arthur the dispatch
This is not from the Book of P rov boat “ Fawan” belonging to the
erbs, but from every day exper Chicago Daily News,
ience. Coquille business men be
General Rennenkampfif of the
lieve this. A glance at our adver Russian army is slightly wounded
tising columns will show that they in the engagement in which his
do. They not only toot, but they army defeated with a loss of 5,500
pay us for the privilegj.
But the men.
H erald believes that there are
The latest report from Niu Chu-
those iu town who if they would ang states that the Russians are
but advertise their churches, clubs completely surrounded by Japanese
or lodges would find that advertis below Mukden,
ing pays. N ot that we want money
July 19th.— Great Britain sends a
for publishing a bit of news about fleet of fast cruisers to the Red Sea
these religious, social and fraternal to stop a further Russian raid on
institutions. W e don’t.
But in British merchant marines.
this issue appears a clipping which many also sends two crack cruisers
is at once an interesting fact for to the Red Sea to demand of Rus
Coos county people and at the same sia an immediate releast of her mer
time draws attention to a certain chantman which was captured by
order. There are certainly just as Russians.
interesting facts concerning other
July 20.— The Russian loss in
organizations here, but how can we the battle of Mo Tien Pass in report
get hold of them unless some mem ed to have been 1,000 in killed and
ber hands them in?
I f you are doing things let us
Vladivostok squadron is out on
know what they are.
You have the Pacific and is expected to men
members and friends throughout ace the coast of Japan.
the country who want to hear from
Russian Vladivostok squadron
you, and if you have a growing in sieze another British squadron.
stitution and people find it ont, out
July 21st— Reinforcement
siders will investigate and you will General Oku is beiDg disembarked
be paid for your little trouble by on the coast of Liao Tung peninsu
increased interest in what you are la, a decisivo battle near Port Arth
doing. And isn’t that the way to ur is soon ex pected.
work, anyhow? Give us your news,
Steamer Manchuria with mem
that gives us a better paper, that bers of Japanese Diet, foreign mil
means more subscribers, and if we itary attaches and newspaper corre
aro the force for the upbuilding spondents visits the Admiral T o g o ’s
o f Coos county, we modestly think flagship “ Mikasa” and are cordially
we are, we’ll bring more people received.
here, and that means a larger church
July 22nd.— A fter a series of
or lodge for you, still more news complicated maneuvers the Japan
for us, still more subscribers and ese break through the line of Gen
so on for a greater Coos.
eral Kuropatkin and begin their
Toot and toot long and loud.
march onto Mukden, capital of
Manchuria nnd the Russian base of
Good Mining Prospects.
operations. The Russian position
becomes almost untenable.
The following was gained by a
July 23rd.— Japanese rout the
Telegram reporter from G. H. Kilm
Russians under General Keller.
while that gentleman was in Port
The former loses 380 men and offi
cers while the loss of Russians arc
“ I feel satisfied that some very reported more than three times that
good properties will sometime be number.
opened up there, and believe , th4 - July 24th.— The Russians and
ana or Have nriggs, wtiicii nas iieeu^-
Japanese meet and engage in a
causing so much excitement, will battle lasting nearly 24 hours, at
Ta Che Kiao.
The Russians are
“ People in that locality, however, finally driven back from their po
aie not included to be excited over sition with a considerable loss.
tho find. There have been several The evacuation of Niu Chuang by
very rich pockets of free gold dis the Russians are almost inevitable.
covered in that locality in the past,
Russian Vladivostok squadron
and it is a common opinion there sinks another neutral stoamer from
that tho now find is but another of New York, near tho coast of Izu,
F R I D A Y J U L Y ‘29, 1904.
lM M ilL
A Big Real Estate Bargain
W e the undersigned want it u n -!
Two hundred acre* with 7,000,
derstood that the tickets marked
Dispatch and Favorite are not good 000 fiuestaudit n timber, 3,000,000 j
on Str. Antelope, and that when such of which cun be hand looped. Good
tickets are purchased from Capt. | bouse and barn, 70 acre* id
and pood orchard. A big bargain
Panter they w ill not be honored.
— at $15 per acre. Call on H kb ale *
T hos . W h it e ,
J o h n C. M o o m a w .
n o t ic e
Notice is hereby given that the Com
mon Council of the City of Coquille, in
Coos county, Oregon, for the purpose of
assessing the damages and benefits to
accrue by reason of opening and estab
lishing a street in said city across the
property of B. 0. Agee in said city ac
cording to the survey and plat of said
proposed street filed in the office of the
recorder of said city on the 12th day
of July, 1904, has appointed J. F. Shroe-
der, A. A. Leach and J. J. Lamb view
ers and appraisers to make an assess
ment of damages and benefits as pro
vided by the charter of said city.
That said council has set Wednesday,
the 10th day of August, 1904, at the
hour of nine o’clock in the forenoon as
the time and the academy building in
said city, as the place of meeting of said
viewers for the purpose of performing
the duties hereinbefore set forth.
Published by order of said council
made this 22nd day of July, 1904.
E. G. D. HOLDEN,
n o t ic e .
Saeond Stneet GFadlng I m p r o v « -
A petition having l>een received by
the common council of the city of Co
quille, Coos County, Oregon, signed by
a majority of the property owners (street
frontage,) within the limits designated,
praying for the improvement of Second
street, old plat of the town of Coquille,
(now City of Coquille) Oregon, between
B or Main, and C streets in said city,
by filling and grading the same and the
said Council having ordered a survey
thereof, which said survey profiles and
estimates are now on file in the office of
the City Recorder, the same having
been adopted by said council. It was
further ordered that notice of said im
provement be published inviting pro
posals for said work; said proposals to
be received and filed at the office of
said City Recorder on or before the 10th
day of August, A. D. 1904, at 4 o’clock
Now’ therefore *. A ll parties interest
ed, or desiring contracts for said work
or improvement are invited to examine
the report of the survey or profiles, esti
mates, etc, now on file as aforesaid, and
submit proposals for said w’ork.
By order of the Common Council of
the City of Coquille, Oregon.
E. G. D H olden ,
Dated this 22nd day of July, A. D,
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that. t!ie under-
signed has been duly appointed idininis-
trator of tho Estate of Mary A. Vowel 1,
deceased, and that all persons having
olaims against said estate are hereby re
quired to present them, duly verified, to
the undersigned, at the office of A. J. Sher
wood in the City of Coqmlle, Coos county,
Oregon, within six months from the date
Dated this 13th day o f July. 1904.
W. W. G age ,
Administrator of the Estate
of Mary A. Vowell, deceased.
D A IR Y
Has just received a complete stock of new
Worsted Dress Goods, Silks and
An elegant assortment o f new Wash materials Jo r earlg
Immense line of staole ana Fancy Ginghamsf Prices 8 13-
to 20 cts. per yd.
FOR S A L E
280 acres, about 4 acres hill, balance
best river bottom, 3 miles from Coquille,
good steamboat landing; 00 acres im
proved, plenty fruit, new 40-cow dairy
narn, good spring water, one of t he most
desirable locations on Coquille river;
will sell all or will sell in parcels to suit
purchaser. For particulars, prices and
terms inquire at M. A. Pierce’s drygoods
store, in Coquille.
Large assortment of white and champagne colored merceri
zed Oxfords for Waists from 20 to 90 cts. per. yd,
Pcalts, in latest patterns 7 1-2 to 20cts per yd.
9 o' co, 20 yards to the Dollar.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, ltoseburg, Or.,
June 20, 1904.
Notioe is hereby given that in compli
ance with the provisions of the act of Con
gress of June 3, 1878, entitled “ An act for
the sale of timber lands in the States of
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washing
ton Territory,** as extended to all the Pub
lie Land States by act o f August, 4 ,18i»2,
Ladies' Ready-made Summer suits
New Spring Clothing for Men and Boys.
Remember our Popular-price Shoe department, New and
Stylish footware is arri ung Daily.
Large assortment of up-to-date Hats just received, compris
ing the Steadson, Crizzly and Dunlap, the best on earth.
LEW IS E. BROWN,
O f Riverton, county o f Coos, State of Or
egon, has this day filed in this office his
sworn statement No. 6247, for the purchase
of the S. H of NW. M and 8. % of NE. X
of Section No. 8 in Township No. 28, S.
Range No. 11 West, and will offer proof to
show that the land sought is more valuable
for its timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish his olaim to said
land before James Watson .County Clerk of
Coos oonnty, Oregon, at the office of county
clerk of Coos county, Oregon, at Coquille,
Oregon, on Saturday, the 17tn day of Sep
He names as witnesses: Wm. Myers.
Cland Waters, Clarence Waters and Ar
thur Brown, all of Lee, Coos county, Ore
Any and all persons claiming adversely
the aboye-described lands are requested to
file their olaims in this office on or before
said 17th day of September, 1904.
J. T. BRIDGES,
We also carry a complete line of Groceries, Flour
Our Price are Right. Farmers, bring your produce to
W. T. KERR & CO.
N O TICE FOR P U B L IC A T IO N -
D epartment of the I nterior ,
Laud Office at Roseburg, Oregon,
Roseburg, Ore., June 13, 1904.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act of
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “ An
act for the sale of timber lands in the
states of California, Oregon, Nevada
and Washington Territory,” as extended
to all the public land States by act of
August 4, 1892, Beniamin ^Gotter, of
Roseburg, co nty of Douglas, state of
Oregon, has this day filed in this office
his sworn statement No. 6227 for the
purchase of the NE)^ of section No. 30
in township No. 26 south, range No. 10
west, and will offer proof to show that
the land sought is more valuable for its
timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes and to establish his claim to
S IM M O N S .
said land before the Register and Re
IN T H E CIRCU IT COURT OF TH E ceiver of this office at Roseburg, Oregon
STATE OF OREGON. IN AND FOR on Friday, the 9th day of September,
1904. He names as witnesses: W. L.
TH E COUNTY OF COOS.
Cobb, J. W. Porterfield, Jacob Rogers,
Warreu C. Parker, Plaintiff,
Thos. Cobb, each and all of Rose-
} Suit in
Bartlett Doe, Nancy H. Kezar, Equity. bur«?, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adverse*
Martha A. Swan, John F Moore,
Chas. H. Moore, Frank G. Mooie,
ly the above-decribed lands are request
Geo. I.Doe, Mellen L. Doe, Frank
ed to file their claims in this office on or
P. Doe, Chas. W. Doe, Chas. B.
before said 9th day of September, 1904.
Gonld, Ralph W. Goald, Rath W.
J. T. B ridges , Register.
Sargent, Albert A. Sargent, Kath
ryn Sargent, Arthur F. Doe, Cal
vin W. Doe, Emma W, Burns,
Mary Ellen Boone. Lnoy 1). Hyde,
LoringB . Doe, Ella F. Lincoln,
Mary Margnirite Doe, Laura M.
Doe, LuluK. Doe, Mary A. Kezar,
San Francisco Protestant Orphan
Asylum, a corporation, Pacific
Hebrew Orphan Asylum, a cor
Roman Catholic Or-
“ But I do not think the people in
Discovered Mineral Springs. poration,
han Asylum, a corporation, The
that vicinity generally know much
iospital for Children and Train
Hans Ingulfsland has discovered ing School, a corporation, The
about quartz mining.
Boys and Girls Aid Sooiety, a cor
placer miners, as a rule, and have a spring near Old North Bend poration, Golden Gate Kinder
garten Association, a corporation,
had little experience with quartz. which proves to bo strongly im The Board of Regents of the Uni
versity of Caifornia, a corporation
While they may bo right in their pregnated with sulphur and other and Body
Company, a corporation,
estimate of tho new find, it cannot healthful mineral ingredients. The Trust
and Executor, including all the
bo denied that there is much gold water will be analyzed and further heirs at law and devisees of Chas.
F. Doe, deceased, and J. W. Ben- |
in that country, and prospects for prospecting done before the value nett, Administrator, Defendants.}
To Bartlett Doe, Nanoy H. Kezar, Martha
the discovery and development of o f the find can be estimated.— North
A. Swan, John F. Moore, Chas. H. Moore,
Bend Evening Post
good mines are promising.
Frank G. Moore, Geo. I. Doe, Mellen L.
Doe, Frank F . Doe, Chas. W. Doe, Chas. B.
Gonld. Ralph W. Gould, Ruth W. Sargent,
“ There are a great many prospec N O rC E OF P E T IT IO N KOK
.OGGINQ Albert A. Sargent, Kathryn Sargent. Ar
tors on the ground, and more are
thur F. Doe, Calvin W. Doe, Emma W.
Burns, Mary Ellen Boone, Lucy D. Hyde,
continually coming, but they do not Siate of Oregon, )
Loiing B. Doe, Ella F. Linooln, Mary
Margnirite Doe, Laura M. Doe, Lola K.
remain in the vicinity of the new County o f Uoos - f .
Doe, Mary A. Kezar, San Francieoo Prot-
In the County Court of Coos County.
find, and are soon lost in the wild
eatent Orphan Asylum, a corporation, Pa
In the matter of the Application of M. C. cific Hebrew Orphan Asylnm, a corporation,
country that borders it. The state
Hin^bam to Establish a Logging Hoad Roman Catholic Orphan Asylnm a corpo
ration. The Hospital for Children and
in Coos County.
ment that all of the land is staked
To John Notley, 1). F. Dean, W. W. Gage, Training School, a corporation, The Boys
off is not true, for as far as the eye and to any and all persons having or and Girls Aid Society, a corporation. Gold
claiming any iuterest in an y of the lands en Gate Kindergarten Association, a corpo
can see there is good prospecting through which the Hoad hereinafter de ration, The Board of Regents of the Uni
versity of California, a corporation and
scribed is proposed to be looated:
You will please take notice that M. C. body politic, and Union Trust Company, a
Bingham has this day filed a petition and corporation:
in the oountv court providing the loca
In the name of the State of Oregon, yon
Indians and Cow boys Fight. map
tion of a right o f way for a logging road and each of yon are hereby notified that
throngb lands now in yonr possession in you are required to appear and answer the
seotion six, towusnip twenty-eight south of
filed against you in the above
Helena, Mont., July 2fi.— W il range twelve west of the VVilhunetto meri complaint
entitled suit within six weeks from the
in said county, ami said application date of the first publication of this sum
liam Brown, a half-breed, Aloysus will come
on to be heard before said coart mons, to-wit:
Chandler, an Indian, an unknown nt the next regular September, 1904. term
Within six weeks from the 26th day of
thereof, on Thursday, the seoond day of July, 1904 the same being the date of the
cowboy and unknown Indian are said term, being the 8th day of Septem first publication of this summons. And if
ber, 1904. at ten o'olock in the forenoon von fail to appear and answer on or before
dead and several Indians an cowboys of
sa d day, thereon for the appointment the 6th day of September, 1904, the same
viewers to locate said road in said county, being the fast day of the time prescribed in
are seriously wounded as a result
in which court will be held, at which time the order of publication, judgment will be
of a battle at Rocky Point, in the yon are required to be and appear before taken against you for want thereof for the
said court an^ die your claim for any dam relief demanded in plaintiff's complaint, a
Belknap Indian reservation.
ages that yon nmv consider yon will su* succinct statement of which is as follows:
tain in case said right o f way is located as
(1) That an instrument of conveyance,
The news was received at the by said map shown and in said petition to-wit:
A deed from Chnrles F. Doe to
C. Parker, dated February 30.1908,
agency last night by a messenger canse, if any von have, why said right of
and recorded April 18, 1903. in Book 38. at
that a band of Indians, en route to way should not be located as by said map page 349 o f the Record wf Deeds for Coos
shown and projected.
County, Oregon, be reformed so thst the
the Crow reservation, stopped at
The point of commencement, the place description o f land contained therein shall j
of termination and the lands through read as follows: lot numbered 2, also suoh
Rocky Point, where they met a blind which said proposed road is sought to be portions of lot numbered 8 and the 8. W.
o f cowboys. Poker and firewater j located are as follows: Beginning nt the X of N. E. ** o f Sec. 22 as lies sonth and
oenter of the east end o f First street in east o f Bear creek. All in Tp. 28 8. of R.
caused a quarrel. The half-breed, 1 Notley s additiou to the town of Coqnille 14 W. o f the Willammette meridian in
City (now City o f Coquille) Coos oonnty, Coos county. Oregon, containing 83.75
Brown, struck a cowboy. The lat state of Oregon, and runuing thence in an acres of land, more or less, excepting from
earterly direction aoross lauds owned by this sale and reserving to the party of the
ter shot him and a battle followed. John
Notley, being a portion of the south first part the tide lands along Coquille
Both sides finally withdrew. Sev half o f the northwest quarter and the river fronting the toregoing described
northeast quarter of the sonthwest quar land.
eral Indians were badly wounded, ter of section six in township twenty- eigh t
CJ) For his cost« and disbursements in
south of range twelve west of the Wiliam
this suit, and such other and further re
and two cowboys were supported ette
meridian, in said oonnty and state, lief as the court may deem meet and equi
bearing slightly southward and runuing table.
to their saddles by comrades.
along the north side of the canyon about
Service o f this summons is made by pub
Major Logan with a detachment sixty rods to where said canyon divides, lication in pursuance of an order made bv
thence following the south branch of said L Harlocker, as County Judge of Gnu
o f soldiers is in pursuit of the cow canvon along the north side thereof in a County, Oregon, dated JuW 23, 1904, d i
southeasterly direction to the east line of recting that service thereof be made by
boys and Indians. The cowboys the land of the said John Notley.
publication thereof in the “ S emi W e e k l t
Witness mv hand and the seal o f the said H b r i l p ,” a newspaper published
swam the Missouri river and made Court
of Cooe county this 19th day of Jnly. c
o f Coquille,
i *o untile, in said Coos
Co county, once
their escape. They are now in tho 1904.
each week for a period of six weeks.
A. J. SHERWOOD.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
The Finest to be had in
Coos County at the lowest
I nterio r .
United States Land Office.
Kosebarg, Oregon, July 7, 1904.
Notice is hereby given that in compli
ance with the provisions of the act of Con
gress of June 3. 1878, entitled “ An act for
the sale of timber lands in the States of
California, Oregon Nevada, and Washing
ton Territory.” as extended to all Public
Land States by act of;Aug. 4,1892, Charles
B. Bradbury, of Marfihfield, county o f Coos,
State of Oregon, has filed in this office his
sworn statement No. 2031. for the purohase
of Lots 2, S W K NE K. WK SEK of seo
tion No. 4 in township No. 27 south, Range
No. 12 West nnd will offer proof to show
that the land sought is more valuable for
its timber or stone than for agricultural
iurposes, nnd to establish his claim to said
and before W. U. Douglas, U. S. Commis
sioner at his office at Marshfield, Oregon,
on Saturday, the 1st day of October, 1904,
He names as witnesses: Hiram King,
Harry C. Noble, Cora Noble and Lyman
E. Noble, all of Marshfield, Oregon,
Any and all persons olaiming adversely
the above-described lands are requested to
file their olaims in this office on or before
said 1st day o f October. 1904.
J. T. R ridoks , Register.
B ill Heads.
NOTICH FOR P U B LIC A T IO N -
D epartm ent
Up-to-date Work Delivered
with Neatness and
TH E CIRCU IT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON. FOR TH E
COUNTY OF COOS.
Mrs. VSnit in equity to
Friederike Rosenberg I
and Flanagan A Ben- |
nett Bank, a Corpo- j
ration, Defendants. J
By virtue of an execution, judgment or
der and decree issued ont o f and under
the seal of the above entitled court, and
the above entitled o*i"se, to me duly di
rected and dated tho llth day Jnly, 1904,
upon a judgment rendered and entered iu
said court on the 30th day c f April, 1904, in
favor o f Isaac Levingston, plaintiff, and
against M. Rosenberg, Mrs. Friederike
Rosenberg and Flanagan and Bennett
Bank, defendants, for the sum of $1450.00 i
ith interest thereon at the rate of eight j
per cent per annum compounded monthly
since the 20th day of September, 1903. and I
the farther sum of $31.-10. plaintiff's costs ;
and disbnrsemeets in said suit with inter
est on said last sum at the rate o f 6 per !
cent per cent per annum from the 30th day I
April 19o4, and the costa of and upon this
writ, commanding me to make sale of the
following described real property, to-wit: j
E X of NW V the SW of N E ^. the NW o f :
HEt% and NE1* of S W l* of Section 9, town
ship 27 South of Range 14 West of the W il
lamette meridian, all in the oonnty of Coos ,
State of Oregon, together with the tene
ments, hereditament and appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in any wise apper
Now. therefore, by virtue of said execn- j
lion, judgment order and decree, and in
compliance with the command of said writ.
1 will, on the 15th day o f August, 1904 at J
the hour of 9 o'clock n. m.. at the frontdoor
of the Oonnty Court House, in City o f Oo- i
qnille, said county and state, sell st public
auction, subject to redemption, to the high
est bidder.for United States gold coin.cash
in hand, all the right, title and interest
the within named defendants had on the
date of the mortgage herein, or since had.
in and to the shove described real property,
or any part thereof, to sntisfv said execn
tion. judgment, order, decree, inter eat. costs
and all accruing o-»sts.
STEPHEN G A LLIE R ,
Sheriff o f Coos County.
Dated at Citv of Coquille. Coos County.
Oregon, July 12. 199*,
C. O. DRYDEN,
IN C O N N E C T IO N W I T H H E R A LD .
D E A L E R IN
Flooring, Rustic and all kinds o f Finishings and Mouldings
Deliveries made promptly by either water or rail.
W e have all Grades and Prices Accordingly.
C O Q U ILL E , OREGO N