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About Semi-weekly herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1904-1905 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1904)
The Common Council of the
met in regular session on the
FRIDAY NOV. 11, 1904.
Mr*. R. J. Dean who has been
very ill for some time, is slightly
Mrs. Capt. Wilcox, of MoKinley,
the is visiting with Mrs. L. A. Lawhorn,
of this oity,
Present, all the councilmen,
"T eddy" and Local Option
Mayor, City Recorder, Marshal.
Minutes of last meeting read and
Mrs. D. P. Strang, Jr., who has
at Portland for several weeks
Flection has come and gone.
The monthly reports of the City for medical treatment, returned yes
Although it was a beautiful day in
Coos county, the vote is far short Recorder, Treasurer and Marshal terday, having came down on the
of what it was in June, this town were read and referred to the fi Alliance, and seems to be entirley
recovered from her troubles, at
being about fifty votes short.
The Recorder explained why he which her many friends will be
It has been impossible to get the
complete returns, the parties bring bod not advertised for the First
street sidewalks. The owners had
ing them in failing to bring the
U. L. Gray, the artist, has been
figures from their respective pre agreed to get at the work at once engaged to paint an entirely new
cincts, therefore will be obliged to but had not yet rebuilt their walks. set of scenery for the Masonic Hall
Promises were fair and hope en
await the official count,
in this city. He has already began
are two preoincts still
the work, and while it is not nec
The “ dog law" ordinance ss pro
not in as we go to press, however,
essary that it be done at once, he
posed, increasing the tax on the
enough figures have in different
will have ample time in which to do
lovely horde of canines which in
ways been obtained to warrant the
the work, and claims it will be the
fest the city, had called out a vigor
finest piece of work of the kind in
statement that Roosevelt has re-
ceived an overwhelming majority, ous
T. . remonstrance
, U Darance which
w IC Was read,
the county when completed,
while local option has carried in Thl8.brou6h‘ ‘ b® whole subject to
A genuine surprise party was giv.
its feet. The remonstrance was
this county by 100 or 150 majority.
signed by 78 opponents to 43 peti en Master Hal Pierce on Monday j
In this city the vote was, for pro
A host of his young
tioners, who had asked to have the evening.
hibition 200; against, 115, giving a
early in the even
tax increased. The whole matter
majority of 85.
was laid on the table and the or ing, catching him entirely unawares
Word from the outside indicates
dinance committee requested to pre but be soon took in the situation
that Roosevelt will receive over 300
pare an ordinance prohibiting dogs and was ready for a good time.
electional votes, but those reports
frpm running at large on the streets. The evening was spent in playing
sound slightly distorted,
and More trouble ahead.
At the proper time
should be taken with a little salt.
J. A. Collier A Son’s withdrawal a dainty ropast was served, and all
it is generally believed that the of proposition for street to depot spent a pleasant evening.
Local Option cause has reoeived a and river opened that important
strong vote wherever the question question afresh.
It culminated in
Councilmen Johnson and Kerr be
Notice is hereby given that my
On Tuesday night our firemen
held a meeting nnd transacted im
portant business. Three new mem
bers were elected, Clarence Beyrie,
R. 8. Knowlton and C. O. Drydeu.
Arrangements are being made
for r a
grand firemen’s tournament to
take place on Friday and Saturday
before New Year, concluding with
a grand ball. There will be an ex
ceedingly interesting program of
contests, etc., and a play on one
evening. The frame which is to
support the new 1400-pound bell
which is now due, is up and every-
thing points to groat things in the
future for our fire company. This
bell has been procured and paid
for by the company by subscrip
tions and a ball given by them.
ing made a special committee to
open up, if possible, an amicable
way for this necessary improvement,
Two new city lights were ordered
installed, to-wit; Uneat city wharf
and one at the intersection of Sec
ond and Hall streets.
The matter of assessment of A. L.
hosier benefits for opening o f B
gtrcet north addition,was corrected,
Is the immense stock of Toys ju st opened.
Here you w ill find everything- in the way of
’Tis your own fault if you do
not make your selections while our assort
ment is complete. Come right now.
m m s
Reports from San Domingo are to
effect that peace reigns there. But
then the San Domingans take liter
ally Washington's advice, 'Tn time
of peace prepare for war.”
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usual "happy frame of mind,” some
time was spent discussing the
equities of water rates, taxation of
property for payment of water debt,
etc., pending which at 11:15 p. m.,
E. G. D. H older ,
School teachers in Guam report
S anta C laus .
that it is no use sending them med
als with which to reward their
T. H. Meld A Co. are agents for
pupil*. They can find nothing to Arago brick. Anyone in need of
good brick should get his order in
which to attach the me lain.
Cattla lor Sheep
An excursion will be run from
Will trade a fine lot of cows and
this place to Myrtle Point Satur
day eveuing by the steamer Echo several head of young stock for
sheep. Inquire of J. D. Myers, on
for the henifit of the fireman's ball.
Rinck creek. Address Coquille.
FOR SALE CHEAP—A
A cheap iob is deer at a n y price. Wr
i< 15x30 feet. In-1 do only first daes work. Send oe
with house on it
quire of Geo. W. Leggett, River- bring us your w atch work and it will be
done right. YV iijion J ew ELY Co., "The
Drop Head Styles.
i s g
T. H. M E H L & CO’S.
D EA LE R IN
Flooring-, Rustic and all kinds o f 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
JO B W O R K
Finest to be had in
Coos County at the lowest
------------------ , Sec’y.
London, Nov. 5—The Foreign
Office has received Russia's accept
ance of the outline of the Anglo-
Russian convention. Several do-
tails still remain to be settled.
F or S als . — I have a lo t o f fine
th orou g h b red O . I. C. pigs, male
I'YCURGUS LODGE, NO. 72, K. P.
Meets the second and fourth Tuesday
nights each month in Odd Fellows’ hall.
N. C. M e d l e y , C. C.
R. H. M a s t , K . R . S.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
QOQUIUE LODGE, NO. 127, A. 0. U. W.
Meets the second and fourth YVednes-
and female, large en ou gh fo r serv dav nights of each month in YV. O. YV. I
This is to notify the public that I ice, w hich I offer at a bargain.
R. E. N o slk r , YV. M.
have selected the store of J. S.
G eo B e l l o n i .
O. F. R o h r e r , Rec.
Kanenmtz for my headquarters this
season, and would like to meet my
old friends during the Holiday
My assortment this year
consists of Toys, Notions and
Chinas as usual but surpassing in
its magnitude, completeness ami ele
gance all previous records.
while the assortment is complete
They arc now ready.
W ill do any Sewing any other Machine will do
W ill run lighter, make less noise and cost
you only $22.50, $ 2 5 .0 0 and $27.50.
wife, Irene Smalley, has left my
bed and board and therefore I will
not be responsible for any debts she
may c in tran t
D avid Suvr,L'!r.
he having heretofore sold certain
lots which we assessed to him.
The following bills were allowed
and the Recorder authorized to
issue warrants for payment o f the
Geo A Robinson, rent.......... 3 00
. *? T 00 man’ sa^arY .......... 60 00
PARK AND W ASH IN GTO N S T R E E T S
A A Leach, night watch___ 10 00
--------- PORTLAND, O R E G O N ---------
Lee Goodman, to pay labors 7 60
Established in 1866. Open all the year. Private or
E G D Holden, Bund. Record-
class instruction. Thousands of graduates in posi
fees ................................ 20 95
IT H Mehl & Co, hdware. . . .
tions; opportunities constantly occurring. lt/>ays to
Medley & Rozelle, blksmith-
our school. Catalogue, specimens, etc., free.
Two More Forte are Silenced.
in g .......................................
A. P. ARMSTRONG, LL.B., PRINCIPAL
Chefoo, Nov. 8.—The Japanese Frank Morse city lighting
captured Cockscombs hill, an i«n- Mrs Geo W.ckli.m, meals for
prisoners............................. 1 50
portant position opposite Latusban
Johnson, lu m b e r.... 54 88
Not n Ml«k Day Since.
printing sund. 4 50
“ I was taken severely sick with
Tokio, Nov. 9.—It is reported
50 kidney trouble. I tried all sorts of
ion s ou
8u- \V T Kerr, ■ pd teamster,
medicines, none of which relieved Q0QUILLE LODGE. NO. 53. I. 0. 0. F.
sung, mountains have been complete- Sperry A Chase, fee os city
Meets every Saturday night.
One day 1 saw an ad, of your
. silenced i i by .c
attoruey.............................. 10 00
G eo . T. M oulton , N. G .
Electric Bitters and determined to
main strength is said to be engaged
try that. After taking a few doses, J . 8. L a w r e n c e , Sec’ y.
204 33 I felt relieved, and soon thereafter
in an attack on Etze mountain.
On Second street improvement, was entirely cured, and have not Q0QUILLE ENCAMPMENT, NO. 25, I. 0. 0. F.
Meets the first and third Thursday |
™ . .
, Recorder reported $257.53 assess- seen a sick day since. Neighbors nights
in each month.
Chicago, Nov. 9.—The leaders of
of mine have been cured of Rheu
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ments Pa*d; $181.02 due end un- matism, Neuralgia, Liver and Kid
L . H . H azard , C . P .
tbe Republican and Democratic par-
I. H a c k e r , Scribe.
ties are dazed by the showing made
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Also 00 Coulter street sidewalk, This is what B. F. Bass, of Fre. |y|AMIE REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 20.
in this city by the Socialists.
The $75 50 un id
mont, N. C. writes. Only 50c, by It.
Meets the second and fourth Wedncs
poling of 41,594 votes for Debs, ¡ d
1 1 .
V ...V U 1« « ! N. Lorenz being
day nights in e a ch month.
opinion of the local leaders,
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M r s . K a th r yn S l a o l e , N . G .
, . ,
abo ut 10 to leave
the state for several
M r s . M a m ie S i a o i . e , S e c’ y .
presages important changes in the montha, tendered his resignation,
line up of political parties in Chica- wjjjcb wag accepted with regret,
The pastor will be in his pulpit
QHADWICK LODGE, NO. 68, A. F. A A. M
go with the possibility of the pass- p£e bag i0Dg been a prompt and next Sunday morning and evening.
Meets the Saturday night on or be-1
ing of the Democratic party as a vglued member 0f ti,„ Board,
The Sunday school meets at 10 a. m. fore the full moon.
dominant factor in Illinois.
ordin*nco committee were and the young people hold their
D r . YV G u l in , YV.
Socialist vote is expected to
direoU)tl to prepare a vagrancy
or at 6:45 p. m. A cordial in J. J. L a m b Sec’y.
51,000. This enormous gain has d;nanoe and report same at a future vitation is extended to the public
gEULAH CHAPTER, NO. 6, 0. E. S.
been at the expense of the Demo- meetjng
to worship with us and to join in all
Meets next Friday night.
The city fathers being in their the services.
M r s . K a t h r y n S l a g l e , YY\ M .
Tha Co-operative Packing Com
pany will pay 12J cents live weight
for turkeys, will market them and
shara the profits with the producer
if he be a stockholder. Will pay 4
eents per pouDd live weight for
hogs, will slaughter, pack and
market, and will then share the
profits with the producer if he be a
sto c k h o ld e r
Expects to go into
canning and other (racking busi
ness. Shares expected to earn 75
c e n ts each within one year.
I. S. KANEMATZ.
Meets the first and third YVednesday |
United States I .and Office.
nights each month in YY'oodman hall.
Rosehnrg, Ore, Oct. 29, 1904.
Miss G ra ce S k k k l s , C. H.
Notice is hereby given that in compli M rs . I. N. P i . yi . er , Rec.
ance with the provision of the act of
Congresa of June 3, 1878, entitled “ An
act for the sale of timlier lands in the jyjYRTLE CAMP. NO. 197. W. 0. VY.
states of California, Oregon. Nevada and
M e e ts th e first and third Saturday |
YY'ashington Territory," as extended to n ig h ts of each month.
all Public Land States by act of August
YYr. H. M an se ll , C. C.
4, 1902, Charles B. Bradbury, of Marsh
field, county of Coos, state of Oregon, J . G . S im m ons , Clerk.
lias this dav filed in this otlice his sworn
statement S’ o. 2081 for the purchase of QOQUIILE COUNCIL NO 399. F. A A.
I/Ot 2, SYV'4 NS.»« W ' . j S K '4 of Section
Yleets the second and fourth Thurs
4 in township No. 27 S, Range No. 12 day nights of each month in Odd Fel- |
YV, and will offer proof to show that the l o w b a l l .
land sought is more valuable for its tim
D r . G eo . R u sse l l , l’ ree.
ber or stone than for agricultural purpses. M rs . C m a s . H a k r in o t o x , Sec’ y.
and to establish his claim to said land
Itefori* .lames YY'atson, County Clerk at m|| T
. . . . . . . an M ■ a ■
his office in Coquille Citv. O re g o n on Sat- I £ 1
G TIDt CIRCIE. NO. 21«, W. 0 W.
nrday, the 14th dav o of f .lannarv
Meets the second and fourth Satur
He names as w itnesses:
Hiram day nights of each month.
King, Harry C. Noble, Cora Noble ami
M r s . YY\ H. M a n s e l l . G. N.
Lyman M. Noble, each and all of
J esse O. S immons , Clerk.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above described lands art- JUSTUS L00CE. NO 35. NATHBONE SISTERS
... file ....
their claims in this
Meets the first and thin! Tuesday i
sai.l 14th dav of Jan-
nights each month in Odd Fellows’ hall.
M r «. F rkd T. ix b g a * , E . S r.
J. T. BRIDGES.
M r s . H. H . M a s t . M . R . S.
IMPERIAL L00GE. NO. II, D. OF H.
Up-to-date Work Delivered
with Neatness and
C. O. DRYDEN,
IN C O N N E C T IO N W I T H H E R A L D .
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