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About Semi-weekly herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1904-1905 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1904)
TUESDAY NOV. 15, 1004.
C oos County G o es
From M yrtle Point.
Among a few items of interest I
notice the following:
Warren Deyeo is erecting a very
nrtistic and commodious house for
himself on his lots on 5th street,
near the ball grounds. At present
he and Geo. (Steward are building a
photograph gallery on the site of
the jewolry store which was burned.
It is for Dr. Leep and we under
stand that Rev. Brownrigg of the
Christian oburch will conduot it.
* At last Tuesday's electii n IL j
voters o f Coos county used their
•lectivc franchise against the liquor
traffic, giving a majority of 110 in
the county as a whole. It is now
up to our county court to make an
order demanding the discontinu
Mrs. H. F. Davenport took her
ance of said liquor traffic, and the
sheriffs duty to see that the order departure for Ashland on Friday
last. Her health is very bad and
she goes to the sanitarium for treat,
‘ H u rry up, Counties.
ment. Her brother, Roy Garrett,
who has just returned from the
Oregon has no time to lose in
Klamath, took her by private con
preparing for the state exhibit at
the Lewis and Clark Exposition.
Miss Elvn MuGraw who hag been
Like manufactures, producers and
visiting with Mrs. Thos. Guerin,
those making individual exhibits
her cousin, for gome weeks past,
at the Expositon, the state is on a
went to her home in Oakland by the
competitive basis in seeming exhibit
space and must submit an estimate
The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid
in application form, the same as
other states or individual exhibitors ¡Society will hold a bazarr on Friday
Realizing that there is no time afternoon and evening.
for delay, the State Commission is
sending out communications to the ing program.
different counties urging that they be served also.
act promptly in asking for a definite
allowance of space. With each cou n -
ty application must be submitted a
description of tbo intended exhibit
and a statement showing its scope.
The matter will be considered at
the meeting of the State Commis
sion tomorrow afternoon. As other
state arc beginning to send their
applicacions to Director of Exhibits
Henry E. Dosch, awards must be
made at this time, and without any
partiality being shown. As with
the manufacturers, it is a case of
first come first served, and since no
favoritism can be shown, Oregon
must stand on its own merits. As
the Exposition means more, perhaps
to Oregon than to any other state,
the necessity of the best possibly of
exhibits in departments is obvious,
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Colonel Hofer W in s.
Colonel E. Hofer, of Salom, won
the first prize in the contest inaug
urated by the Portland Commercial
Club for the best written article
about Oregon. He will have his
choice of $50 cash or a gold medal.
The other winners were: Cyrus H.
Walker, of Albany, second; Mrs.
Hariette Minthorne, of Woodville.
third; Fred Lockley, of Pendleton,
fourth, and Paul R. Lyster of Oar-
diner City, fifth
The second prize is a gold medal
and the third, fourth are $25, $15
nnd $10, respectively. All the prize
articles appeared in country papers
throughout the Middle West, the
one of Colonel Hofer being publish
ed in Lancaster, (Iowa), Mirror.
The judges were: Itev, W. S. Gil
bert, Rev. M. A. Quinlan, Professor
I. W. Pratt and Professor W. C.
Hawley. This contest was confined
to residents of the state of Orogon
living outside of Portland.—Tele
Trying N ew
A new sceme has been hit upon
by the Oregon Infonmtion Bureau,
Union Depot, for advertising Ore
gon. Instead of the glowing de
scriptive pamphlets they aro lodging
the immigruts and visitors with the
monthly bulletin of statistics issued
by the Weathor Bureau.
The effect is very gratifying to
those in charge of the work nnd
the recretnry says it is ono of the
beet means of inducing prospective
settlers to locate in Oregon that
they have yet hit upon, as the visi
tors cannot but bo favorably im
pressed with the climate whou com
pared with that of their own locality.
The comparison is placed before
them in comprehensive form by the
The Firemen’s Ball on Saturday
night, the 12th inst., was well at
tended and the fire laddies made
the room look very bright with their
rod shirts with M. P. F. D „ em
broidered on the front.
night supper furnished at the
Guerin hotel was most excellent, in
fact they outdid themselves which
is saying a great deal. About one
hundred and fifty were present and
it was a complete success socially
O bskbver .
A w ard to
8t. Louis, Nov. 7.— Economy Jar
exhibit of Kerr Glass Manufactur
ing Co., Portland, Oregon, hag re
ceived the highest award and medal
at Louisiana Purchase Exposition,
for the best jar for preserving
fruits, vegetables, meats and fish.
This is to notify the public that I
have selected the store of J. S.
Knnematz for my headquarters this
season, and would like to meet my
old friends during the Holiday
My assortment this year
consists of ToyB, Notions and
Chinns as usual but surpassing in
its magnitude, completeness and ele
gance all previous records.
while the assortment is complete.
They are now ready.
E L E C T IO N R E T U R N S .
The following are the official re
turns for last Tuesday’s election:
Don’t Put off
Till the last day, the last hour
and the last minute, in selecting
your Holiday presents. A prac
tice that will lead you to total
Jas. A. F e e ............................
G . B. D im m iuk.................... ......... 1718
J. N I ia r t ............................
A . C. H o u g h ....................... ..........1GC9
T h os. H. C r a w fo r d ...........
W . B. D illa r d .....................
W alter S. H am ilton .......... .............499
J . A. J effrey .........................
J. H. A m es............................
L eslie B u tle r .......................
Our line of Holiday Goods is now complete
and there is no time like N O W .
W . P. E lm ore.....................
T . S, M cD a n iel....................
0 . W . B a rzeo.......................
J. S. KANEMATZ.
W m . B e a rd ..........................
J. C. H a rrin g to n .................
S. S. H o lt .............................. ............ 932
people ' s .
J . L. H ill...............................
L . H . M cM a h o n .................. ..............28
P. C. P h e lp s ........................ ............ 27
G . F. S ch m itlein ................. .............. 27
F o r P r o h ib itio n ..................
A ga in st P r o h ib itio n ..........
W ill do any Sewing any other Machine will do
W ill run lighter, make less noise and cost
you only $22.50, $25.00 and $27.50.
Christian Church Notes.
Regular services next
morning and evening.
The Bereans meet at the minis
ter’ s home Thursday evening.
Drop Head Styles.
The Aid Society will meet at Mrs.
There were excellent audiences
Sunday and an addition upon con.
fession of faith in the evening.
T. H. M E H L & CO’S.
We haue the Largest and Cho cest stock o f
Ever Shown in the Coquille Valley.
D E A L E R IN
Flooring, Rustic and all kinds o f Finishings and Mouldings
Jewelry Company, GS§Sm
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 EG O N
S anta C lads .
M erc ile ss
PARK AND W A SH IN G TO N
ST R EE T S
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Payton, NVis., N ov. 12.--M ore
Established in 1866. Open all the year. Private or
than 100 persons, the greater num
class instruction. Thousands of graduates in posi
ber of whom were women and chil
tions; opportunities constantly occurring. It pays to
dren, were injured in a panic which
attend our school. Catalogue, specimens, etc., free.
followed an alarm of fire in a hall
where a dance was being held here
A. P. A r m s t r o n g , l l . b ., p r i n c i p a l
Of that number 21 are probably
fatally hurt, and this morning there
QOQUILLE COUNCIL, NO. 398, F. A. A.
wnH found in the smoking embers
FRATER N AL ORDERS.
the body of James Iteleigh.
Meets the second and fourth Thurs
day niulits of each month in Odd Fel
haps a death list will be added ns QOQUILLE LODGE, NO. S3, I. 0. 0. F.
the debris is cleared away.
D r . G eo . R u sse l l , Pres.
Meets every Saturday night,
E xposition Notes.
Gao. T. M o u lto n , N. G,
J. 8. L aw ren c e , Sec’ v.
QOQUILLE ENCAMPMENT, NO. 25, I. 0. 0. F.
M rs . C har . H a r rin g to n , Sec’ y.
Coos County at the lowest
Meels the second and fourth Satur
Progress in construction on the
day nights of each month.
Meets the first and third Thursday
grounds and buildings of the Lewis nights
M r s . W . H . M an sell , G . N .
in each month.
J esse C. S im m o n s , Clerk.
and Clark Exposition is far ad
L. H. H azard , C. P.
vanced and everything poiuts to a I. H a c k e r , Scribe.
JUSTU S LODGE, NO. 35, RATHBONE SISTERS
completed fair on June 1.
Meets the first and third Tuesday
|yjAMIE REBEKAH LODGE, NO 20.
The Government Life-Saving Sta
Meets the second and fourth Wednes
tion nt the Lewis and Clark Expo day nights in each month.
Mas. K a t h r y n S i . aglk , N. G.
sition will be fitted up in the same M a s. M amik
S l a g i . b , Sec’y.
manner as a large service station.
There will bo the regulation eom- QHADWICK LOOGE, NO. 6«, A. F A A. M
plcteinont of life boats and a crow
Meets the Saturday night on or be
fore the full moon.
to attend them.
D r . W . G u l in , W. M.
Notable men aud women from all J. J. L amb , Sec’y.
Finest to be had in
£VENING TIDE CIRCLE. NO. 214, W. 0. W.
nights each month in Odd Fellows' hall.
M rs . F red I . in k o a r , E. Sr.
M r s . R. H. M ab t , M. R. S.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office.
Rose burg, Ore, Oct. 20, 1904.
Notice is hereby given that in compli
ance with the provision 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 PnbltC Land States by i d of August
4. 1902, Charles It. Bradbury, of Marsh
field, county of Coos, state of Oregon,
has this «lav filed in this office his sworn
statement No. 2031 for the purchase of
Ixrt 2. SWt4' NFA4 \ \ \ 8E t4 of Section
4 in township No. 27 S, Range No. 12
W, ami will offer proof to show that the
land sought is more valuable for its tim-
l>er or stone than for agricultural purpaes.
and to establish his claim to said land
before James Watson, County Clerk at
bis office in Coquille City, Oregon on Sat
urday, the 14th day of January 1905.
He names as witnesses:
King. Harry C. Noble, Cora Noble ami
Lyman M. Noble, each and all of
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above described lands are
requested to file their claims in this
office on or l*efore said 14th day of Jan
J. T. BRIDGE*.
parts of the world, exponents of
many creeds and beliefs, will deliver [JEULAH CHAPTER. NO. t. 0. E. S.
Meets next Friday night.
addresses at the Exposition. Fam
M r s . K a t h r y n S i . aoi . r , W . M .
ous exponents of Buddhism, Mu- ------------------- , Sec’ y.
There will be no exhibits per hominedauisni aud the religion of
mitted in Festival Hall at the Lewis Confucious will bo among these.
JJICURGUS LODGE. NO 72, K. P.
and Clark Exposition at Portland
Meets the second nnd fourth Tuesday
The management of the Lewis
nights each month in Odd Fellows' hall.
next year. The building which will
nnd Clark Exposition is planning
N . 0 . M e d l e y , C. C.
seat more than 2,500 persons, will
R . H. M a s t , K. K . S.
be used for concerts, lectures, nnd for a “ Trail” which shall be second
to none of those in the past. In
QOQUILLE LODGE. NO. 127, A. 0. U W
Californians are taking an en- dications aro that there will be a
Meets the second and fourth Wednes
oouraging interest in the Lewis general migration of the Pike shows day nights of eaeh month in W. O. W .
The California at St. Louis to the western fair.
R. K. N obler , W . M.
Development Committee is arrang
The New York building at the O. F. R o h sk k , Reo.
ing for an excursion of several hun
dred people of that state to be pres Lewis and Clark Centennial will IMPERIAL LODGE, NO. II, D OF N.
ent on June 1, the formal opening cost $20,000, and the state will j
Meets the first and third Wed new I ay
spend an additional sum of $15,000 nights each month in Woodman hall.
Miss G r i c e S kkklh , C. H.
A completo set of rules govern for the collection of a suitable ex
ing the use of Exposition grounds hibit to be contained in the build M r s . I. N. P l y l e r , Rec.
by exhibitors nnd concessionaire,
ing. Massachusetts will spend in lyjYRTLE CAMP, NO. 197. W. 0. W
has been issued.
The charge for
lighting nnd powor and other ac
A good home in this city, on j
n ig h ts of each month.
commodations are included in the xvill be used for the building and
W. II. M an se ll , C. C.
$t0,000 for the exhibit
.1. G S i mmons t’ lerlt.
Enquire nt tills office«
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