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About Semi-weekly herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1904-1905 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1904)
C oquillors at A lb a n y C ollege.
L o w e r R iver Item s.
E m tor H erald : Thinking that
Don’t forget tho dance at River
you would like to know what the
ton Saturday night.
Miss Hazel McPhail visited at Coos county students are doing at
FRIDAY, OCT. 28, 1W04.
Albany college I take the liberty to
Norway the first of the week.
submit tho following short report:
J. L. Bean had the misfortune to
The P a ck in g C om pany.
Miss Gladys Eaton, of Sitkum, is
get his right hand badly burned
here taking her second years' work.
Tbe Coquille Co-operative Com
She registered in the fourth year
pany of Coquille is meeting with Lamps Creek last Tuesday.
preparatory class in the classical
Among the visitors at Bandon
course. Bertha Wilkins, o f Ban
This Coquille Co-Operative Pack Monday were R. Pomeroy, S. Bean don, and Nellie Kerrigan, of Co.
ing Company is a company which ia and Mr. Graham, Parkersburg’s quille, have registered in the nor
being organized to manufacture esteemed citizens.
mal courso and are doing excellent
preserved edibles out of the raw
Miss Mamie Bogard, of Lamps work. John F. Leggett, of River
products bf Oregon, and will oper Creek, is the guest of Mrs. Hansen, ton, and Edward B. Tilton, of Ban
ate upon the following plan: that of Parkersburg.
don, have registered in the classical
it will pay the prevailing prices up
The new residence of Mr. H. course, Mr. Tilton taking advanced
on raw products, and will equally Clemens will soon be completed.
Hiram G- Nettleton and
share with the produoer the profits
Jim Vowed was on the lower Roy Morgan, both of Coquille, were
which result from the sale of the river Monday on business.
the first to enter the college from
manufactured article, after the cost
Coos county this year. Mr. Nettle-
of manufacture and marketing are
Christian Church N otes.
ton registered in the commercial
The revival refused to close and course and Mr. Morgan in the classi
This company expects to go into a substitute was secured for Mr. cal course. Mr. Morgan was elected
the canning of peas, corn, fruits, the Bower at Albany and the meetings athletic editor of the College
drying and evaporating of apples, will continue until Sunday. There Student, a paper published by the
canning of salmon, shipment of have been twenty additions to date students oi frit) college. He was
Steel-hoad saftaon, curing of pork. There will be no service Saturday, also elected chief clerk of the Sen
Considerable misaprehension is but there will bo three on Sunday, ate, one of the young men’s literary
undergone over the connection including a meeting for men only societies, and vice president of the
which it has with the Century Mer at 3 p. m., at which a male choir Albany College Prohibition league.
cantile Company of San Francisco, will furnish the music.
In athletic circles he succeeded in
through whose instrumentality the
making left guard on the college
company is being organized, and it
foot ball team.
E. B. T.
London, Oct. 25.— Upon his re
is well to explain the connection
turn to London last night Count
F R A T E R N A L ORDERS.
The Century Mercantile Com Benckendorff, the Russian embassa
pany is a co-operative merchandise
Q0QUILLE LODGE, NO. 53, I. 0. 0. F.
company through which its mem rowly escaped assault. He eluded
Meets e v e r y Saturday night.
bers may purchase their supplies in the mob at Victoria Station, and
G eo . T. M oulton , N. G.
San Francisco, at wholesale prices, drove in a gallop to the embassy, J. S. L a w r e n c e , S e c ’ v.
and thus save middlemen profits. the rabble following to the very Q0QUILLE ENCAMPMENT, NO. 25, I. 0. 0. F.
Members of it may also market gates. A strong police guard was
Meets the first and third Thursday
their imperishable products, suob at once thrown around the embassy nights in each month.
L. H. H a z a r d , C. P.
as packed butter, wool, hams and for Count Benckendorff’s protection.
I. H a c k e k , Scribe.
The Ambassador at once prepared
bacons, packed pork, salt salmon,
a dispatch to his home government |y|AMIE REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 20.
hides, and canned goods.
Meets the second and fourth Wednes
The Century Mercantile Company describing the incident, which is re
day nights in each month.
seeks to establish the Coquille Co garded as greatly enhancing the
Mas. K a t h r y n S l a o l e , N. G.
operative Packing Company in Co acuteness of an already critical M r s . M a m ie S l a o l e , S ec’ y .
quille, merely as a local outlet for situation.
QHADWICK LODGE, NO. 68, A. F. 1 A. M
London, Oct. 25.—It is stated
ils members of the Coquille valley,
Meets the Saturday night on or be
or rather ns a means of establishing this morning that the situation fore the full moon.
Da. W. C u l in , W. M.
itself ns a reliable medium through growing out of the North sea inci
J. J. L a m b , Sec’y.
which the people of the Coquille dent has already been adjusted in
The Russians have gEULAH CHAPTER, NO. 6, 0. E. S.
valley may market their products. principle.
Meets next Friday night.
The financial standing of the Cen agreed to make every amend within
M r s . K a t h r y n S la g l e , W . M.
tury Company may be learned from reason, but desire to make a full re
any banker. It is an outgrowth of
London, Oct. 25.— Queen Alex IjrCURCUS LODGE, NO. 72, K. P.
and successor to the old “Home
Meets the second and fourth Tuesday
Supply Association,” as the Home andria has sent the may-or of Hull nights each month in Odd Fellows’ hall.
Library and Supply Association was
N. O. M e d l e y , C. 0 .
formerly called: It has been doing ows and children o f the fishermen R. H. M a s t , K . R. S.
business for over twenty years, ‘‘who lost their lives in the recent QOQUILLE LODGE, NO. 127, A. 0. U. W.
never once changing its staff of disaster.” Her Majesty in the mes
Meets the second and fourthWednes-
officers. The Century company has sage asks for a report of the prog dav nights of each month in W . O. W .
absorbed the smaller co-operrtive ress of the wounded.
endeavors which were struggling
R aid M a d e on L otteries.
for existence on the coast for years,
New Nork, Oct. 25.—A series of
and since the anti-trust agitation of
raids have been made by represent
the last few years, the consumers of
atives of District Attorney Jerome’s
the coast have subscribed to it in
office. They seized $100,000 worth
large numbers, andare rapidly mak
of lottery tickets, arrested six men
ing of it a trust company of con
and one woman, who are residents
of lower East Side. Tho prisoners
The Coquille Co-operative Pack
are charged with selling tickets to
ing Company will be made up of
Coquille citizens as soon as reliable
gentlemen can be Becured. It will
Steam er Notes.
be an independent corporation.
Steamer Elizabeth sailed Oot.
Tho usual resources of the Co ‘22nd. Outgoing: E Wolter. D S
quille valley should make a favored McClustoer, F A Hunt, Geo Far-
location of this city for the estab rier, W A Dickson and wife, Wrn
lishment of a packing company A Cox, Andrew Hansen, Mrs N R
Such a company should run the Smith, Miss Francis Smith, Gus
year round and supply the people Brewer, J K McLeod, R Herapel.
with constant employment. It will 200 M lumber; 100 tons mdse.
bring thousands of dollars worth of
Steamer Chico, sailed Oct. 22.
Outgoing cargo: 150 M lumber;
We earnestly trust that the people
1500 cases salmon; 60 head cattle
of tho surrounding country take
shipped by Knight <fc Flanagan;
favorable to this project, and sub
cattle attendant, Frank Walker.
scribe libetally to the capital. Such
-O n ly
a movement as this will bring all
Notice gVer will deliver his ser-
producers to tho city of Coquille,
and make of it the center of Tftyliaif, “ A Man or a Mummy,’ ’ to
dustry for the valley.
men only, next Sunday at 3 p. m.
A male chorus will furnish tho
B ask et S o cia l Program .
The following program will be
A tte m p ts to W r e c k Train.
rendered at the basket social for the
Modesto, C al, Oct- 25.—Four at
benefit of the public school at the
tempts were made Jiere last night
Masonic Hall next Saturday night:
to wreck the Southern Pacific train
Piano solo, “ Flower Song,” Lange. north-bound by placing ties on the
Miss Cora Burns.
track. No damage was done.
British Steam er Sm ash ed
Mr. V. R. Wilson.
Comedy, “ Sierra,” 1st act.
Wei Heiwei, 20— The British
Piano solo, “ Fruits and Flowers,”
Hashing was damaged b y
Tobani, Miss Thresa Hanly.
striking a Heating mine near Alsesle
island. The bows of tbe vessel
Comedy, “ Sierra,” 2nd act.
smashed in, two of the crew
Duett, “ Sulut' n I’esth,” Howalski
Miss Mary Downing and Miss Irene killed and four injured.
Auction of baskets.
S ew ing M achine R epairing
R. E. N o b l e r , W . M.
O . F. R o iir e r , Rec.
IMPERIAL LODGE, NO. II, 0. OF H.
Meets the first and third Wednesday
nights each month in Woodman hall.
M is s G ra ce S k e e i . s , C. H.
M r s . I. N. P l y l e r , Rec.
lyjYRTLE CAMP, NO. 197, W. 0. W.
Coquille Board of Trade
PARK AND WASHINGTON STREETS
--------- P O R T L A N D , O R E G O N ----------
a za r d ,
S an eohd ,
Correspondence solicited from all wishing location« for
Established in 1866 . Open all the year. Private or
class instruction. Thousands o f graduates in posi
tions; opportunities constantly occurring. It pays to
attend our school. Catalogue, specimens, etc., free.
Industries of any kind,
Subscribe for the
P. A R M S T R O N G . L L .B ., P R I N C I P A L
BONITA SEWING .
W ill do any Sewingsjany other Machine will do.
W ill run lighter, make less noise and cost
you only $22.50, $25.00 and $27.50.
S ty le s .
Sam ples at
T. H. M EHL & OO’S.
C IT Y W A T E R
N O T IC E .
All City water consumers are here
by notified that all water dues must be
settled by the 15th of each month or
water will be shut off.
L ee G o o d m a n ,
By order of the Council of the City of
A ssign ee's Notice to C reditors,
Notice is hereby given that I have
been appointed assignee for Mrs. E. A.
Baich, of Coquille, for benefit of credit-
ors. All creditors of the said Mrs. E.
A. Batch are hereby notified and re-
quired to present their clains to me at
once at my office in Coquille, Or.
Dated at Coquille, Oct. 12,1904.
JOB W O R K
The Finest to be had in
Coos County at the lowest
B obkrt B u r n s ,
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has filed his final account in
the matter of the estate of Jacob Kamp-
fer, deceased, and that the county court
has set Wednesday, the 2nd day of No
vember. 1904, for hearing objections to
said final account and the settlement of
Dated this 1st day of October. 1904.
A. J. SnuRwooD,
Administrator with the will annexed of
the estate of Jacob Kampfer, deceased.
Meets the first and third Saturday I
nights of each month.
W . H. M a n s e l l , C. C.
J. G. S im m o n s , Clerk.
In the County Court of the county of
Coos and the state of Oregon.
Meets tho second and fourth Thurs In the matter of the estate
day nights of each month in Odd Fel
Sophia E. Robinson, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the under
D r . G eo . R u s se l l , Pres.
signed has by an order of the County
M r s . C ii a s . H ar r in g to n , Sec’ y.
Court of Coos county, Or., been duly
appointed administator of the estate of
£VENING TIDE CIRCLE, NO. 214, W. 0. W.
Sophia E. Robinson, deceased.
AH persons having claims against the
Meets the second and fourth Satur-
said estate are hereby notified to pre
lay nights of each month.
sent the same to me, with proper
Mas. W. H. M a n s e l l , G. N.
vouchers, at my office in Coquille City,
J esse 0 . S im mons , Clerk.
Or., within six months from date here
of, and nil jiersons indebted to the said
JU STU S LODGE. NO. 35, RATH80NE SISTERS estate are hereby notified to pay the
Meets the first and third Tuesday same at once, without delay.
Dated at Coquille, Or., September
nights each month in Odd Fellows’ hall.
Letter Heads ,
QOQUILLE COUNCIL. NO. 398, F. A. A.
M rs . F re d L in e g a r , E. Sr.
M r s . R. H . M ast , M. R. S.
R obert B urns ,
Administrator of the estate of Sophia
E. Robinson, deceased.
Up-to-date Work Deliuered
with Neatness and
C. O. DRYDEN,
IN C O N N EC TIO N W I T H H E R A L D .
We have just received the line o f fe 1
Samples and Fashion
And are prepared to take orders j
Ladio s* Fine Cloaks, Craven-
ettes, Rain Coats, Tourist
Coats and Jackets o f all de
F in « T ailor-H ad e Suits iuclud- j
ing the new Norfolk and
Butcher Coat Styles, also
the new Fall Styles in Silk
Shirt Waist Suits;
Skirts, Waists, Furs and other j
The styles are exceptionally pretty,
being the newest, mast practicable |
anil most beautiful ever shown.
Chas. A. Stevens A Bros, have j
maintained (heir reputation for hand
ling only the best grades of merchan
dise at prices for which the lower !
David Fulton, of this city, is an
expert cleaner and repairer, and
I find nothing better for liver any one in need of bis services will !
derangement and constipaion than do well to call at his residence or grades are usually sold.
A . S p e c i a l F © a .t v ir e .
Chambcrlain'e Stomach and Liver drop him a card.
Exclusive style« in Fine Tailor-made Saits and Walking Skirts made to your
I k b lt la
L. F. Andrews, Dea
Special Order, from your own selection of materials and vour choice of linings,
C attle for S h eep
For Sale by R. 8 .
made exactly according to your measurements, and a perfect fit guaranteed.
M. A. Pierce.
several head of young stock for ! Also Dealer In
Staple and Fancy
T. H . Mehl A Co. Agents for sheep. Inquiro of J. D. Myers, on ]
ltinrk creek. Address Coquille.
A rago Brick.
E. D. S perry , Vice-President.
W . T. K eiui , President.
Flooring, Rustic and all kinds of Finishings and Mouldings
Constantly on hand.
Deliveries made promptly by either water or rail. |
W e have all Grades and Prices Accordingly.
C O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N