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About Semi-weekly herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1904-1905 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1905)
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COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, FEBRUARY 7, 1905.
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NOTE AND CO M M EN T
James Pearson, land, $1 27.
E nterprise of Coos.
Mrs. Edey, of California, is the
Following is a list of names of $1 37.
Coos will lie the only county in
the United State« to have a build latest diamond robliery victim, hav
persons who havo property adver
C A Riley, land, $10 78.
tised for sale in Coos county. Acre
Walter Culin, M. D.
W M Richards, Marshfield, $1 75. ing at the Lewis and Clark Expo ing lost $20,000 worth of jewels in
age is designated as "laud,” and
Henry Rover, Myrtle Point, $7 04. sition. That enterprising section a Pasadena hotel. When women
P l I Y l i m x AN1I Sl'KOKON
lots by giving the name of town in
of the state will speud $10,000 on a are relieved of all the cares of mak.
A K u p ci t, land, $ I 56.
C o q l'I I .I .K i 'l T Y , O k K.
which they are located:
structure which promises to ing a living by hard work, rearing
C W Sanderliu, heirs, land, $1 39.
outdo some state
buildings in children nnd keeping house they
F D Ayatte, lots in North Bend,
ä t 1® :
L J Simpson, land, $03 35.
It is not so
Plans for wallow in diamonds.
M W Sargent, land, $2 59.
Johu Babber, Bandon, 25c.
Peter Schur, laud, $14 05.
the exposition management on Sat has the softer bed.
D J Baker, Myrtle Point, $8 2<i.
Stanley & Burns,
urday, and show that the contem
Bandon Woolen Mills Company,
C C Spencer, Bandon, $ .13.
At torueyfl-at- Law.
Senator Lodge says of the pro
homo for Coos exhibits will
lands, $388 4(i.
Heul Estate, Collections.
Anthony Stamback, North Bend,
posed railroad legislation:
Specialties-Criminal und U. S. Land
Mary Ellen Barrey, Marshfield, $0 84.
President insists only on govern»
Oases, Notaries Pnblio.
J F Stevons, land, $3 97.
C oqtJIL I.K .
O u e u o N.
ment supervision. He leaves tho
j This week a commissioner from
D B Barton, North Bend, $2 28., I H Tarrnnt, Bandon, $ .25.
detail to Congress "
If he could
J 11 Beamor, Bandon, $8 35
Unknown, Baudou Beach, $1 40.
and with Director of Works Oskar
M M Belieu, land, $11 15.
Unknown, Bandon, $0 90.
Belt Line 11 U Co., laud, $22 78.: Louis Vogal, North Bend, $3 43. Huber, will pick out a site for the
Geo. Russell: M. D.,
there would he uo need of an extra
P in S I G I A N AND S m iO K o N .
Mrs Rosiua Walser, Bandon,
structure will begin at once after
Ansie Brizzie, laud, $14 86.
Offloe in BUSSELL PHARMACY.
the site is chosen, and it is expected
The Department of Agriculture
Calls promptly answered day or night.
to have it completed early in the is preparing 10,000,00(1 packages
Annie Brown, land, $14 28.
G W Williams, Bandon, $2 59.
Phone, main l.'UL
so that a careful installation containing 50,000,000 packets of
Thomas J Brown, land, $12 07.
S J Wilson, land, $10 78.
showing may he made seeds for tho annual distribution,
Coq ili Ilo,
prior to the opening.
Daniel J Budd, lund, $12 07.
- o *
but should the injunction asked the
The building will be made of Washington courts last week to Pi
John Burggraff, Yarrow, $ .40
T o P r o te c t T hem selves A gain st
native Coos county woods, and will prevent the use of a seed packing tai
Henry Butler, lnnd, $19 90,
B ad Debtors.
bn fully prepared in the county and machino be granted the distribution
Pauline Byers, lliverton, $ .40.
A. J. Sherwood,
The merchants of this place have d ip p ed to Portland in such a shape of the seeds may not take place at
Emma Chapman, land. $1 98.
A t t o b n k y -A T-I j AW,
formed a merchants’ protective asso. ti,al it (;an j,e (ll,icklv put up on the
all this year.
N otary P ublic ,
CAR RIE S A FU LL LINE OF
ciation, the object of which is to f|lir grounds.
The native woods
protect themselves and each other are beautiful for the purpose, and
General Miles may spend most of
Wm. Clark, Ocean View, $ .70
against "dead beats. ’
AH mer- %vj]i u0 doubt attract tpecial atten- his time looking in the mirror but
Frank Clifton, laud, $7 85.
chants who do a credit business are ,j,lU The cottgt myrtle makes a he can tear himself away long
Mary L Collins, land, $15 84.
I Mrs E r L Cook, Marshfield, $17 (iti.! to report to the association, from ilnnd8ome finishing wood, nnd will enough occasionally to look after
A tto r n e y - a t -L a w ,
A F Cook, North Bend, $2 28.
Hme to time, the names of persons probably enter largely iuto the dec the interests of General Miles. He
N otary P u olio ,
Mrs Mattie Cox, Bandon, $ .12.; ! wl>° do not P“ .v their debts, and j oration of the interior of the struc has resigned from Gov. Douglas’
such names will he placed on the ture, as it nowhere attains a better stall to evade a provision of tho
Barth Cronin, Coquille, $1 01,
Dick law which states that officers
Mrs Elizrbeth Cronin, land,$7 92. “ Dead Head List” and will not bo growth than in Coos county.
j allowed any further credit by mem The people of that isolated but taking militia duty will not be re
Maggie Dean, land, $12 88.
bers of the association until they onthuiastic section of the state are stored to the full pay of active ser
P E Dean, Coquille, $3 79.
A bstracter of T itle «.
up their back debts.
Every entering into the Exposition with a vice. He will steal a march on those
C I Dillon, lnnd, $4 75.
C oirmi . i k C ity , O re
Captain Alex Donaldson. Marsh- merchant in Coquille has expressed heartiness that is unequnled in Ore- who aimed the blow at him because
an intention to join the association, g o n , alJ,l ¡ f the other counties of he will not be ia office at the time
W U Douglas, North Bend, $0 84.
Dunham & White,Coquille, $1 51. tion to include Bandon and Myrtle 0|T(,leil f„ r the best ocunty exhibit his duties immediately after.
Hall & Hall,
q F r o n t S t r e e t , C o q u ille , O regon .
J M Duffee heirs, Bandon, $ .25 Point, and any points betweeu this tlli,v „.¡11 have to hurry. In addition
A ttorneys - at -L aw ,
We are gradually gettiug rid of
Mrs II J Dunham, Coaledo $9 42. place and those two points whore to the $ 10,000 nlready raised by
Dentei in K i :\ l Earvrs of »II kind». !
there are merchants doing a credit Cjo8 countv_ her citizens desire to the j lea that any ward politician is
E V Eakin, Bandon, $ .13
good enough for a foreign consul.
collect a further $5,000, and to this
Jacob M Eudicott, lnnd, $3 10.
If the appointment of nix commerc
Jake Evans, lnnd, $10 90.
Might call by pressing the button
ial attaches to our foreign embassies A Specially ot Peifnmea
Jessie G & Bessie Farriu, Marsh elected the following officers: D. H. Jjegis]ature empower the county to
and Tonic Preparations.
at the right of the door.
J. Curtis Snook, D. D. S.
Johnson, president; W. T. Kerr. rajae that additional sum.—Portlaud
field, $1 75.
D en tist ,
vice-president; J. J. Stanley, aecre- j Xolegram.
P Fisher, land $ .90
ta ry;a n d H . N. Lorenz, treasurer.:
Office two doors sooth Odd Fellow’ s Hall
J G Flook, land, $21 38.
Private fortunes have increased so
R e co rd Bill P a ssed
Matt Fredrickson, land, $20 99
Will make Bandon a professional visit
wonderfully in the Inst ten years
Matt Fredrickson, land, $15 84. pointed attorneys for the associa
the first Monday in each quarter.
Hint the rich man of a decade ago
Salem, Feb. 1.— Senator Malar-
tion and a bond or forfeiture is to
F E Fuller, land, $9 90.
is in only modernto circumstances
be deposited with them by each kev’s bill amending the code to pro.
C O Gilkey, Coquille, $43 64.
today, judging his fortune by the
M a in St. Coquille.
vide for the statute allowing the
Great Central L»nd Co, Bangor, member for the faithful compliance
present standard, but the number
of millionaires willing to bo assessed
E. I). Sperry.
W. C. Chase.
It looks as though the profession to have the instrument recorded
A T Grave, land, $0 91.
ns such declines each year, In a
Great Central R R Co, land, al "dead beat” will have a hard row
year or so wo may expect to be with
SPERRY & CHASE,
to hoe in this town in the future; by a big majority,
out a millionair in the couutry at
Under the present law a person
John Groat, North Bend, $3 43. but if the conditions warrant such
L. H. HAZARD, Cashier
R. E. SHINE, Vice Pres.
A. J. SHERWOOD, Pres.
action on the pnrt of our merchants, is allowed five days iu which to ro-
Ottico in Robinson building,
Chicago takes exception to tho
to affect some kind of a chonge, and expiration of the time allowed the statement of a clergyman who said
E E Hamlin, Bandon, $1 39.
Jens Hansen, Marshfield, $15 14. it is not at all flattering to our com instrument stands valid against any if the devil were to appear in Wash
O P C O Ç U IU LiH , O R E G O N .
Anuie Henderson, Marshfield, munity that we have this class of other executed at a subsequent time. ington he would wear a silk hat and
E. G. D. Holden,
citizens iu sufficient numbers ns to The proposed law would repeal this a frock coal. Chicago wants to
L awyer .
requiro concerted action hv our provision and make one in its stead know, if the duvil would feel at home T ra n sa ctB n G eneral R a n k in g B u s i n e s s
Alcyone Hill, Empire, $15 84.
business men for their self protec whereby the recording of a deed there in a silk hat and a sweater.
fitv Booorder. I!. S. Commissioner, Gen !
Frank G Houser, land, $3 90.
i would take precedence of time in
eral Insomne» Agout, nnd Notary
John Hulse, Ferndale, $ .79.
Board of Directors.
The last time Congress asked
point of execution of another.
Public. Ottico in Itobin-
A H Hutton hoirs, land, $14 14.
IL (J. Dement,
A. J. Sherwood,
National Rank of Commerce, New York City
Lam p E x p lo sio n C auses Death.
During the discussion the fact General Bristow for information it
L. II. Ha/.ar<l,
^'rocker Woolworth N ’l Bank, San Francisco
S N B Hunt, laud, $12 34.
got it and got hurt. Gen. Bristow
I Hai ah Hacker,
R. K. Shine. First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Or.
Mrs C A Hunt, Bandon, $10 44.
Grant’s Pass, Feb. 1.— By the ex-
the bill was based on the ground has a way of poking about and tell
Mrs Jane Inglefield, land, $4 87. p]ogion of a kerosene lamp at the
that it was against the interests of ing the truth about bis finds. Let
Mrs Mary Ingram, land, $9 90.
residence of William Lane, of Glen
those residing at a distauce from the him turn the searchlight on the
N A Jackson, Marshfield, $ .40.
dale, near here, at 2 o’clock this
A. F. Kirshman,
county seat and who were apt to be tropical jungles and juglcrs.
Charles Johnson, land, $13 87.
morning, the infant son of Mr. nnd
D en tist .
Maria Johnson, Marshfield, $11 04. Mrs. Lane was burned to death, unable to attend to the immediate
Radiutn lias been discovered in
D Johnson,North Bend, $23 10. Mrs. Lane was bndly burned, b e recording of conveyances.
Office at Residence, one Mock cast of
the sun. It is not thought that
Nelson Jones, Bandon, $5 23.
sides suffering a severo nervous
this will roduce the price.
force in other states.
J H Koltes, North Bend, $2 29.
shock, and Miss Cooper, a nurse,
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G F Lnngdou estate, Coquille, was also very dangerously burned.
The movement to do away with
The house was reduced to ashes, all the combcrson and foolish fads
Goods Handled with Care and
People the world over were hor Meets ah Boats and Trains.
Maria Liehanel, Marshfield,$3 79. and all its occupants narrowly es
introduced into public schools a few rified on learning of the burning of
John Lally, land, $12 07.
caped, escaping through the win years ago is becoming almost as a Chicago theatre in which nearly
S t r .'D I S P A T C H
six hundred people lost their lives,
C L Landreth, land, $3 17.
A G E N T F O R R IV E R T O N C O A L .
general aud positive as was that of yet more than five times this num
Tom \Vhit,H, Master,
Herman Larson, land, $9 12.
Leave orders at T. J. Little’s Livery Stable.
Parents and ber or over 3,000 people died from W OOD FOR SALE-
A M. i Poquille. ... 10 A-M,
Peter Loggie, Bandon, $0 77.
and employers realize now that raf
Coquille .. . 1 I' M, | Bandon___ 4 P-M
R W Lundy, land, $23 30.
Connects at Coquille with train for Marshfield
fia work, phonics and scientific samo year, with scarcely a passing
and steamer K.;h<> for Myrtle Point.
notice. Every one of these cases of
W S Mack, land, $9 28.
sailed Feb. 2.
Incoming passen acoustics do not make good substi pneumonia resulted from a cold
\t M Macumljer, land, $ .78.
Str. F A V O R I T E
gers: Mrs E M Haekett, Mrs Jennie tutes for a foundatiou of reading, and could have been prevented by
S D Magnes, land, $18 10.
.T. C. Mooirmw. Master,
We may the timely use of Chamberlain’s
A L Sackett, N Lorenz. writing and arithmetic.
Modest Muryausky, lnnd, $22 97.
A great many
children Cough Remedy.
7 a m . | Bandon. .10:45 A-M.
Shormnn McConnell, Bandon, Cargo. 75 tons mdse.
Bandon. 1 p m . ;
Coquille. 4:45 p - m .
who had every reason to fear pneu
passengers: W R Dricsl'ach, S F
monia have warded it off by the
the internal economy of catapillars
Str. R E T A
i prompt use of this remedy.
Ginser McPherson, Myrtle Point, Barger, M Anderson.
Aha Tree. Master,
but can spell snsely and simply by following is an instance of this sort:
the old method.
"Too much cannot lie said in favor
1 p - m . I Bind -n
5 p - m .
C H Merchant, land, $08 24.
of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy,
. 7 A-M. I Coquille — 11 a - m .
C H Merchant, Marshfield, $00 55.
Carry ing passenger* and mail.
A new York railroad man an- and especially for colds and in
r i i n n i l M '. l n i n § ( / » i i k I i H i i n c i l ) III«*.
Cbas Metcalf, land, $10 13.
fluenza. I know that it cured my
Coquille River Transportation Co.
daughter, Laura, of a sevete cold,
O P Miller, land, $12 67.
The soothing and healing prop- 'yHl spend $150,000,000 in unprove- and believe saved her life when she
Henry Miller, land, $ .49.
S tr L I B E R T Y
erties of this remedy, ita pleasant ments this year. They are doubt- was threatened with pneumonia.’ ’
Mrs Wm Morhead, land, $19 01. taste and prompt nnd permanent ](.gg m a hurry to spend it while the W. D. W ilcox, Logan, New York.
W . R. Panter, Master.
Peter J Monat, Bandon. $ .13.
cures have made it a favorite with shipper who pays the bills is still Sold by It. 8. Knowlton.
Bandon. 7 a - m . j
Coquille. ...1 0 A-M.
people everywhere. It is especially
. . , . n __
Wra Neal, land, $2 53.
C-oqtiille . . . . 1 p - m . i Rand<>n .... 4 p m .
prized by mothers of small chil- unprotected b y j^ n g r e * ^
Makes connection with train at Coqnille
F or S ai . z —A good, trusty mnle team,
R II Noble, Marshfield, $21 58.
and up-river boats.
dren, for colds, croup and whoop
wagon and harness $225.' Inquire of Experienced help
Olsen & Anderson. North Bend ing cough, as it always affords
T W . P AN T ER , Managing Owner.
Col,Dt C *8a,ni’ th* RuM,an A “ - Oeo. Wyer, near the Junction.
! quick relief, and as it contains no bassador, says the affection of the
8pecial Kates to Families anil Itotela
Str. E C H O
A piano for gale on easy terms. Will
opium or other harmful drug, it people for the Czar still abides,
B J Owen, land, $8 92.
take part in trade. Enquire at this
H. K. •! »in ... M a .U t ,
Elizabeth Palmer, Bandon $10 44. may be given as confidently to a The Czar doubtless wishes they office.
b a v i,
We make onr own soap and know ita ingredients. No injnriona clieniicala used.
For sale by woll|J u ke gomfi other way of show.
Myrtle Print. b t-v . | »quills C y 9 30 A-M.
Pacific Wooden Ware and Coop, baby as to an adult.
Oar baskete will tie left at all the principal points on the river.
Mackintoshes, Storm Coats, etc., at
»quills City . 1 M . 1 Myrtle P t . . t :00 r * .
R. 8. knowlton.
Goods called for and delivered in Oiwiniile Oity.
Daily ex. ept Sunday.
Entered us second*cluiM matter July 8,
1904, at the poa tulli co ut Couuille, Ore-
iron. under act of Congress ot M ardi 3,
T ax Sales.
nowlton’s Drug Store
K L k
Besides a complete stock |
ol Drugs and Druggist’s Sun- ^
dries carries Kodaks and Sup
\ plies, Phyrography outfits and
| Supplies. ¥
T h e N e w S to re ,
MRS. M. NOSLER, PROF
Ladies Furnishing Goods, etc.
Novelties, Fancy Goods
Notions, Nuts, Can
dies and Tropi
R ussell P h a rm a c y
Dr. lieo. Russell,
Rex P. Russell,
F IR ST N A T IO N A L B A N K
COQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT CO.
o q u il l e
NOSLER & L Y O N S
Best o f W o rk