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About Semi-weekly herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1904-1905 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1904)
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22: No. 15
V ol .
Walter Culin, M. D.
P hysician and S veoeon
C oquille C it y , O kk .
Stanley & Burns,
Real Estate, Collections.
Specialties—Criminal and U. S. Land
Cases, Notaries Pnblio.
O bkoon .
Geo. Russell, M. D:,
S uuokon ,
Office upstairs in M A R T IN B U IL D IN G
C alls prom ptly answered day or night,
N igh t call w ill be answered from Mrs.
Wickham ’ s Boarding House.
Phone, main 13G.
A. J, Sherwood,
A ttobnht - a t - I i A w ,
CoquiLLB C it y , O re
Experienced Help Best of Work Reasonable Rates
Hall & Hall,
A ttorneys - a t - L a w ,
Dealer in H e a l E state o f a ll kinds.
M a rsh field ,
J. Curtis Snooh, D. D. S.
D e n t is t ,
Difioe tw o doors south Odd F ellow ’ s Hall
W ill make Bandon a professional Tisit
the first Monday in eaoh quarter.
E. D. Sperry.
W. C. Chase.
coquine Ice & Cold-Storage Co.
SPERRY & CHASE,
Office in Robinson Building,
C o q u ille ,
C. B. LEEP,
O regon .
E. G. D. Holden,
L awyhb ,
3ity Recorder, U. 8. Commissioner, Gen
eral Insuranoe Agent, and Notary
Office in R obin
A. F. Kirshman,
D e n t is t .
at Residence, one block east o f
T a ttle H otel.
o q u il l e
NOSLER & LYONS
A bstracter o r T itles .
Toilet Articles, School Books
and School Supplies,
Kodaks and Kodak Supplies,
Tine Stationery a Specialty.
N otaby P u b l ic ,
N otaby P ublic ,
W Bennett for plt’f.
corn. The prize— a bicycle— was
2180—Mary Flanagan vs Mary Florence awarded. Mr. Otwell went down to
Mullen et al. Suit in equity. A J
see the boy who won— expecting to
Sherwood (or plt'f. J W Bennett and
find him the son of a prosperous
J 8 Coke for def t.
2161— R H Rosa vs Elisa Boyce and Z T farmer. The boy proved to bo the
Its Location, Climate, Soil and Resources Especially Fauor- Boyce. Suit to foreclose lien. J M Up 14-year-old son of a poor widow in
able for Inuestors and Home-Seehers.
ton for plt’ f.
habiting a little prairie cabin. All
S A Yoakom vs Grai n D Yoakaui
Summer the boy bad “ toted" water
etal- Snit for p riiti. n
J 8 Coke
from the well to his corn patch in
Coos County is situated on the Pacific ocean in the southwestern
and J M Upton for plt'f.
portion of the State of Oregon. Curry County adjoins it on the south 2040—I.ouis Binge vs Oregon Coal a bucketfuls. His industry had been
and Douglas County on the north and east. It has a coast line of about
Navigation Co. Action at law. A J remarkable. He was invited to the
Sherwood for plt’f. J W Bennett for next meeting of the Farmera’ Insti
So miles on the Pacific ocean. Its area is about 14S0 square miles.
tute. Mr. Otwell lifted him upon a
The Coquille river, situated in the southern portion of the county,
C H Merchant vs W 8 Chandler,
table. '‘This,’’ said he, turning to
has a watershed of about 1000 square miles, including part of Douglas
receiver. Action at law. W W Cot
assembled farmers, as he point
county, a tidal area oi about 5 square miles, a rise ot tide of 5 to 6 feet
ton and W U Douglas for plt'f, A J
ed to the little bare-foot youngster
and a tidal flow of 40 miles iuland.
Sherwood for def’t.
2166— Edw Johnson vs Chas Self. Ac in hie blue-jean overalls, is the
tion at law. A J Sherwood for plt’f.
boy who won the prize.” The cheers
Daniel Barklow vs Prosper Mill
that greeted the boy were louder
Contains the greater part of the agricultural land in Coos County,
Co. Action at law to recover money.
Sperry * Chase for plt’f, A J Sher than those which later on greeted
it is about 40 miles in length and from 1 to 5 miles in width. The soil
the Governor of the state when he
wood for def’t.
is very rich and yields heavy crops of all products not essentially tropical.
2167— C H Banning vs J L Roy and J W came down to make a speech.
Mild and uniform temperature, regular rainfall, luxuriant native grasses
Leneve. Action at law. Sperry a
For- when these contests had con-
and clover, which are always green, sure crops of cereals, except wheat,
Chase for plt’f, A J Sherwood for
tinued several years, the Governor
which is not grown extensively, fruit and vegetables, successful dairying
became interested. Mr. Otwell had
Prosper Mill Co vs J D Stewart.
and stock raising and diversified agricultural possibilities, especially 2168—
Action at law.
A J Sherwood for conceived the idea of extending the
mark this section. The climate and soil are especially adapted to dairy
UP TO DKTE.
contest to the boys of the state, and
ing and fruit raising. The growing industries are stock raising the
2169— Z T Siglin, contestant, vs Stephen
showing at St. Louis the corn they
manufacture of lumber, mining and salmon fishing; there is coal in great
Gallier, contestée. Suit of contest of
abundance and favorably located for mining; the timber resources are
election. J M Upton and McKnight produced. The Governor subscrib
a Seabrook for plt’f, Sperry a Chase ed. So did other citizens. One of
greater than those of any other part of Oregon, and consist of fir, spruce*
fered a $1000 Holsetin cow for first
red and white cedar, ash, maple, myrtle and alder.
Mary E Hunt vs W H Hunt.
prize. Other prizes were offered—
BAXTER BROS. PROPS.
Suit for divorce. Geo P Topping for
wagons and plows and windmills.
Seventeen thousand boys wrote for
The climate of Coquille Valley is directly under the influence of the 2171— Thos Anderson vs Stephen Gal
lier, sheriff. Action to recover. Geo seed and information. Two farm
Japan current and is exceedingly equable, flowers bloom out of doors
P Topping and Sperry a Chase for wagons would not contain all tbe
the year round, »ud grass is always green. Observations during a period
letters. The state went into wild
oi 14 years show that the greatest snowfall at any one time in this valley 2172— John Paulson vs Maud Paulson.
enthusiasm— over corn.
Suit for divorce. Howard M Brow
was 1 y i inches and that during 8 of these 14 years absolutely no snow
And now to return to the World’s
nell for plt’f.
fell in this section. The mean annual temperature for the year is about
Fair Palace of Agriculture. In the
John E Bjurbeck vs Kaesastina
52.2 degrees; the difference between the summer and winter is about n
Suit for divorce.
J 8 Illinois section in a mountain of
PH O NE 116
degrees. Blizzards, cyclones and electric storms are unknown here.
Coke for plt’f.
huge, yellow ears of corn, row upon
The average yearly rainfall is about 44 inches. The prevailing wind in 2174—
L M Noble vs Daniel Ritzman.
row, tier upon tier, of little sym
Action at law to recover money. D L
summer is from the northwest and in winter from the southwest, both
metrical pyramids of ten ears each.
pure and healthful winds coming direct from the Pacific ocean.
PRO PRIETO RS
2175— T W Shuck vs J W Wood. Suit Before each pyramid is the photo
to foreclose lien. L A Roberts for plt’ f. graph of the Illinois farmer boy
Warren C Parker vs Bartlett Doe
whose corn it is. The selected out
et al. Suit in equity. A J Sherwood
The city o f Coquille is situated on the north bauk o f the Coquille
put of 8000 Illinois boys is repre
for plt’ f.
river about twenty-six miles from its mouth; is the county seat of Coos
2177— J D and T V Johnson vs John sented. Can you imagine what this
Special Rates to Families and Hotels
county and h a s a population of about 1500 iuhabitants.
I t is a C r o w
West e ta l. Suit to quiet title. Hall means? Eight thosand ¡boys arous
in g c i t y ;
has the best of public schools, employing seven teachers;
A Hall for plt’f.
ed to a pitch of enthusiasm for
our own soap and know its ingredients. No injurious chemicals used.
the Coos County Academy and seven church buildings. The city owns 2178— 0 F Retirer vs T F Tennisson. scientific
Seed-corn We make Our
baskets will be left at all the principal points on the river.
Action at law to recover money. Robt
its own water system— one of the best in the state— consisting of two
Goods called for and delivered in Coquille City.
Bums for plt’f.
reservoirs with a capacity of about 750,000 gallons and a pressure of 95
corn belt If a boutiful crop sprang
Laura Breen vs Alex Turner. Ac
tion at law. Sperry A Chase for plt’f. from the fertile soil last year, a
The Coos Bay, Roseburg and Eastern railroad runs through the 2180—
Margaret E Wright vs Alonzo
more bountiful crop will leap forth
city from Marshfield to Myrtle Point, connecting with river steamers
Wright. Suit in equity for divorce. this year.
Robert Burns for pltf.
and stages from Rcseburg Ocean steamers ply between the Coquille
William Snyder vs Julia Snyder.
river and San Francisco and also between Coos Bay and San Francisco 2181—
Suit in equity for divorce. Robert
Simplex Separators, easiest clean SWEET CREAM
Burns for P lt’f.
ed, lightest running and closest
Mary Alice Farris vs Albert Far
T- H. M khl & Co.
ris. Suit in equity for a divorce. skimmers.
plt’ f, J W Bennett for def’t.
Circuit Court Docket.
Sperry a Chase for Plft.
2088— H Lockhart vs H Sengstacken,
E B Fish vs C B Hines. Action at
1479—W H S Hyde vs J P Maxton, et al
suit in equity. J 8 Coke and J W 2183—
F R A T E R N A L O R D ER S .
law. F M Rummell for Plft.
suit for partition. D L Watson atty
Bennett for plt’f’ anil E B Seabrook
Nettie Miller vs Margart and J W
for def’ t.
Strong, Action at law for slander. Q0QUILLE LODGE, NO. 53, I. 0. 0. F.
1523— Knthrine West, assignment to 2118— H I Reese vs Coos Bay Mill a
Meets every Saturday night.
S D Pulford for Pltf.
A D Morse. J M Upton for assignee.
Lumber Co. Suit in equity to fore
Gao. T. M oulton , N. G.
1750—J B Hunt, assignment to Geo P
close a lien. J S Coke and E L C 2185— Thos Cornelius vs Jessie Ann Cor
nelius. Suit in equity for divorce. L J. S. L awrence , Sec’ v.
Farrin for plt’f, J W Bennett for def’t.
A Roberts for plt’f.
Q0QUILLE ENCAMPMEN t 7 i T o . I I , I. 0. 0. F.
1758—T J Stillwell, assignment, to A D 2120—
Geo Beale vs Coos Bay Mill a
Hsnry Haverkam pvsL Harrison. Meets the first and third Thursday
Morse. J M Upton for assignee.
Lumber Co. Action at law. Hall a
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Suit in equity for dissolution of co nights in each month.
1982—John Snyder vs Luceen Gignac.
Hall for plt’f.
partnership. 0 A Sehlbrede for plt’ f,
azard , C. F.
Action at law. A E Seaman for. plt’f. 2121—
Matt Lassila vs Maria lAssila,
I. H acker , Scribe.
L A Roberts for def’t.
2032—Margaret Kardell vs E W Kar-
Suit for divorce. Hall and Hall for
Flanagan A Bennett Bank et al vs
dell. Suit for partition. Hall a Hall
MAMIE REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 20.
John Hamblock et al. Writ of Re
for plt’ f.
William Ward vs Pacific Furni
Meets the second and fourth Wednes
2041—Jnlien Ringue vs Oregon Coal a
ture a Lumber Co.
Action at law.
day nights in each month.
a * K ’Dds ofLeatherGoods ftrunci in a.
Bennett Swanton for plt’f.
Navigation Co. Action for damages.
Sperry a Chase for plt’f, J W Bennett
M rs . K athryn S lagle , N. G.
Wallace M. Vandecar, guardian,
M Henri I,abb, E B Watson and A J
M rs . M amie S ia g le , Sec’y.
and J M Upton for def’ t.
vs W S Chandler, Receiver of C B R
Sherwood for plt’f, and J W Bennett 2124—
Flora Waltermier vs John Walter-
of repairing in this line at reasonable figure
and J 8 Coke for def’t,
mier. Suit in equity. J A Burhan-
McKnight A Seabrook for plt’f.
2009— H T Schweers vs Sarah A Watson.
Coo 11111©. Or.
nan for plt’f, A J Sherwood for def’ t.
2189— J F Barbea vs E 8 Goodon. Ac fore the full moon.
Suit for partition. Sperry a Chase 2128—
W E Baines vs City of Marshfield,
D r . W . G u lin , W. M
tion to enforce lien. Guerry A Hollis
for plt’f, and A J Sherwood and J W
e ta l. Suit for injunction, etc. Mc
J. J. L amb , Sec’y.
ter for plt’ f.
I. H. HAZARD, Cashier
R. E. SHINE, Vies Prsi.
A. j. SHERWOOD, Prêt.
Bennett for def’ t.
Knight A Seabrook and J 8 Coko for
2190— John A Reese vs Riverton Lum
2104— Maud Masters vs E J Masters.
plt’ f, E L 0 Farrin for def't.
gEULAH CHAPTER, NO. B. 0. E. S.
ber Co. Action at law. A J Sher
Suit for divorce. J W Bennett for 2129—
E C Atkins a Co, vs Pacific Furn
Meets next Friday night.
wood for plt’ f.
plt’f, Seabrook a McKnight and Hall
iture a Lumber Co. Action at law.
M rs . K athryn S lagle , W. M.
A J Sherwood for plt’ f, W Sinclair for
Hall for def’t.
---------------- , Sec’y.
OP COÇUIL1UB, ORHOOft.
John B Anderson vs Coos Bay def’t.
I'TCURCUS LODGE, NO. 72. K. P.
Mill a Lumber Co. Action at law. 2132—Etta Andruss vs Guy Andruss.
Meets the second end fourth Tuesday T r a n s a c t » a General B a n k in g B u a in e »»
Hall a Hall for plt’f, J W Bennett for
Suit for divorce. J W Bennett for
Through the enterprise and gen nights each month in Odd Fellows’ half.
erosity of the Woman’s Study Club,
N. C. M edley , C. 0.
Flanagan a Bennett Bank vs Ooos
2135— Anna Wulff vs G W Canning.
Board of Direoton.
a number of Coquille school child R. H. M ast , K . R. 8.
Bay Mill a Lumber Co. Action at
Suit to foreclose mortgage. J W Ben-
New York City
ren will receive prizes in cash for
law. Bennett Swanton for plt’ f.
Bennett for plt’f.
L. H. Hazard,
Crocker Woolworth N*1 Bank, San Francisco
Meets the second and fourth Monday
2106—Flanagan a Dennett Bank vs Coos 2138—J R Benson vs Pacific Furniture their gardens. The contest is now
R. E. Shine. First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Or.
Bay Mill a Lumber Co, and M Rosell.
a Lumber Co, and W T Kerr. Action over and the prizes will be awarded niglite each month in Odd Fellows’ hall.
ohlrr , W . M.
Action at law. Bennett Swanton for
at law. L A Roberta for plt’f, W Sin at the opening of school.
O. F. R ohrer , Rec.
clair for def’t.
Tbe H erald hopes that the plan IMPERIAL LODGE. NO. II, D. OF H.
Freeda Hazelsteln, admrx., 2140—L
J Simpson vs Great Central
Meets the first and third Wednesday
Coos Bay Mill a Lumber Co. Action
Land Co. Sait to foreclose mortgage. wbioh has been successful this year
will be carried on next, and may nights each month in Woodman hall.
W U Douglas tor plt’f.
at law. Hall a Hall for plt’ f, J W
Miss G race S keels , O. H.
2144— Isaac Levingston va M Rosenborg it grow as a similar contest has
Bennett for def’ t.
M rs . I. N. P lyi . br , Rec.
Ray Koael' vs Coos Bay Mill a et al, and Flanagan a Bennett Rank. grown in Illinois,
as told by
M Y R T LE CAMP, NO. 117. W. 0. W.
Lumber Co. Action at law. Hall a
Suit in equity. A J Sherwood for
plt’f, J W Bennett for def’t.
Hall for plt’ f, J W Bennett for def’t.
Meets the first and third Saturday
W. B. Otwell was president of the nights of eacli month.
2111— Coos Bay Ice a Cold Storage Co, 2148— W T Culbertson vs Prosper Mill
W . H. M ansell , C. C.
vs Coos Bay Mill a Lumber Co. J 8
Co, and Wm Hicking. Action at law Farmer’s Institute of Macoopen
J. G. S immons , Clerk.
Coke for plt’ f, and J W Bennett for on appeal from J P coart. 8 D Pulford
The Coquille V alley
P h ys ic ia n
$2.00 P er Y e a r .
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, AUG UST 30, 1904.
Entered as second-class matter July 8.
1904, at the postoffice at Uoquille, Ore-
lfon, under act of Congress oi March 3,
COQUILLE RIVERSTEAMBOAT GO.
Str. D IS P A T C H
Tom White, Master,
Bandon.......7 a - m . i Coquille... .W) a - m .
C oq u ille....... 1 P-M. | B andon----- 4 p - m .
Connects at Coquille with train for Marshfield
and steamer K jho for M yrtle Point.
Str. F A V O R I T E
J. C. Moomaw. Master,
Coquille....... 7 a - m . | Bandon. .10:45 a - m .
Bandon........ 1 P-M. | Coquille. 4:45 P-M.
Str. R E T A
Alva I«ee, Master,
Bandon---- .5 p - m .
C oq u ille...... 1 P-M.
Coquille... .11 A-M.
B andon.......7 a - m .
Carrying passenger* anti mail.
harness and Saddles
F IR S T N A T I O N A L B A N K
GEO- A- CHURCHMAN, PROP
The thought struck him
for plt’f, A J Sherwood and W Sin that if the fanner boys throughout
clair for def’ t.
2112— J P Farley vs Coos Bay Mill a
his county! could be induced to
Lumber Co. Action at law. J 8 Coke 2160— Emerson Ferry vs Hillis Short,
Coquille River Transportation Co.
for plt’f, J W Bennett for def’ t.
S M Rothchild, Rothchild Bros and take an interest in the effort,
2113— J 8 Coke vs Cooa Bay Mill a Lum
E G Flanagan. J W Bennett and J Macoopen County would produce
Str. L I B E R T Y
ber Co. Action at law. J 8 Coke
M Upton for plt’f, McKnight a Sea the finest corn in the world. He
W . R. Pan ter. Master.
brook for def’ t.
and E L C Farrin for pH’f, J W Ben
persuaded the institute to offer a
Bandon........ 7 a - m . j C oquille... .10 a - m .
2151—Thoa McGinnis va Cooa Bay Pack
nett for def’ t.
prize for the best ten ears of corn
Coquille..... 1 P-M. | Bandon ....
Leon Wand vs Cooa Bay Mill a ing Co. Suit to foreclose mortgage.
Makes connection with train at i ’oquflle
growD by Macoopen County farm
J W Bennet t for plt’f.
Action at law.
and up-river boat*.
er boys. Each boy made applica
Sherwood ami Geo K French for 2161—
Vim . Cox va W. H. Short.
T. W. PAXTER, Managing Owner.
plt’f, J W Bennett for def’t.
tion at law. Hall A Hall for plt’f.
tion to him and received a package
Str. E C H O
2115— John 8 Coke vs Cone Ray Mill a 2157—
Jno 8 Coke va W M Whits at j al.
of selected seed— Yellow Dent and
T. W. McCInsksy. M » t « .
Lumber Co. Action at law.
Suit to forecloaa mortgage. J 8 Coke
Boone County White. Hundreds
Coke for plt’f. J W Bennett for def’t.
and McKnight A Seabrook for plt’f
MyrtlePoInt . ..7 a m . I Coquille C’y 0:30 a - m .
Emma M Lyons et al vs W T Kerr
Cnqnflle City... 1 P-M. | Myrtle F t 4 AO P-M 2118—F *3 Dow vs Coos Bay Mill a Lum 2158—
ber Co. Action at law. J 8 Coke for
et al. Suit to forecloaa mortgage. J I In the fall the boys tent in their
Daily except Sunday.
QOQUIHE COUNCIL, NO. 39B, F. A. A.
Meets the second and fourtli Thurs
day nights of each month in Odd Fel
M rs . A l ic i M. T uttle , Pres.
M rs . H attie I. B ledsoe , 8ec’y.
£VENIN0 TIDE CIRCLE. NO. 214, W. 0. W.
Meets the second and fourth Satur
day nights of each month.
Mas. W. H. M ansell , G. N.
J esse 0 . S immons , Clerk.
JU STU S LOM E, NO 3S. RATHB0NE SISTERS
Meets the first and third Tuesday
nights each month in Odd Fellows’ hall.
Mas. F red I. ineoar , E. Sr.
Mas. R. H. M ast , M. R. 8.
7 | GENERAL LIN E OF CHEMICALS, DRUGS, P A TEN T
M EDICINES, DRUGGISTS’ SU PPLIES
TO ILET ARTICLES, ETC.
Having had many yeara of experience in this line
we are prepared to give all the
beat of aatiafaction.
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