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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1905)
The Glorious 4th Come andGone
The day we celebrate has again
come and gone, and so far as we
W E D N E S D A Y , J U L Y 5, 1905.
are able to learn no serious incident
' of any kind has occurred in Coos
Braddock Mine to R e o p e n
On the steamer Elizabeth which
is due soon will arrive the boiler
and engine and other machinery for
the mine recently bought of J. A.
Peart by Mr. firaddock, which will
put in place and the mine put into
operation as rapidly as possible.
This mine has been on the stand*
still ever since the death of Mr.
Christee which occurred on Febru.
ary 3rd, by being run over by the
cars at this place. This mine has
been run long enough to prove con
clusively that it is no experiment,
the quality of the coal being good
and the vein large enough to pay
well. The opening of this mine re
establishes one of our important in
dustries which will add materially
to the payrole of our city. Mr.
Tawse, the former foreman, informs
us that it will be but a short job to
put the mine on a working basis
There were celebrations at Ban-
Gravel Ford and Riverton and a
nice little picnic at Coquille, each
and all furnishing amusement for
goodly crowds. At Marshfield an
immense throng were in attendance
and all bad a good time.
At Myrtle Point a good program
was carried out in good shape. Hon.
Robert Burns of this city delivered
races, etc., were highly enjoyed.
A ll those attending at Gravel
Ford report a real good, old-fash
ioned picnic and bamecue, with full
program of sports. The music for
this occasion was furnished by the
Coquille brass band.
A t Riverton a large crowd i
sembled and Attorney J. J. Stanley,
o f this city orated, and a match
game of ball was played between
Riverton and Parkersburg nines,
and an all-round time was enjoyed.
A prominent foreigner has been
Bandon had a jolly crowd and
expressing his amazement at the a rousing time. The wind blew
amount of "graft” that there is in pretty bard but the fun went on
the government of this country,
just the same. The program was
federal, state and municipal.
not elaborate but enjoyable all the
first we were inclined to resent his
same. The band furnished excel
remarks but the more we think of
lent music which figures largely in
it the less room there seems to be
a genuine patriotic
The New York
Beside races, etc., an exhibition
press is filled with accounts of what
game of ball was played by Coquille
they call “ grab bill” which have
and Bandon nines, being won by
been Bigned by the Governor. The
Bandon in a score of 8 to 6. The
transactions of the Equitable direc
wreck of the schooner Onward was
tors are a stench in the nostrils of
fired in the evening.
honest men. Philadelphia has just
exposed to the public view the filth
o f her political machine, in connec
tion with the gas scandal, and the
names of many of her most promi
nent citizens are found among the
directors of that notorious institu
For the first time this aeasoD
tion which until Mayor Weaver re Ban don defeats our boys by a score
volted, owned the mayor and com o f 2 to 1, but it took 10 innings.
mon council of the city of Brotherly
O ’Brien, the Bandon “ phenorn”
Chicago is affording the was hit freely but he was effective
world an astounding exhibition of and lucky when men were on bases.
lawlessness and disorder. Wiscon Cooper for our boys pitched an ele
sin, if the word of her governor gant game
and kept the bits
may be accepted, is controlled by a scattered.
vile and corrupt legislature.
The game from boginning to end
trials of many of Missouri’s legis was full of ginger and snappy play,
lators are still in progress.
The ing on both sides.
trials of the grafters in the federal
H. Smith and Peralta carried off
postoflice are revealing extensive the hatting honors, each securing
corrupiton in high places. A Unit three hits off the "phenorn.”
ed States Senator add two members
Although we lost we out hit and
of the House are undergoing trial in out played the Bandonites,
Oregon, for flagrant corruption.
Below find table of score:
United States Senator from Kansas
is under indictment in St. Louis,
A B R B H PO
Those are a few of the more promi Nevins, ss..........5 0
nent instances of dishonesty among Peralta, e ......... 4 0
public officials, and yet the people Streib, 2b ...........5 0
of this country are virtuously Smith, lb ...........5 1
amazed at the tales of graft and dis Cartwright 3b ....5 0
honesty among Russian officials and Robinson, If ....6 0 0 0 0 0
The old injunction Ordway, rf..., ....2 0 0 0 0 0
“ Don’t try to remote the mote from Kennedy cf... ...4 0 1 2 0 0
your brother's eye when there is a Cooper, p ..... .... 4 0 1 1 4 0
beam in your own,” would seem to
39 1 11 30 20 2
apply with special force to the peo
THE LOCALS MEET DEFEAT
Finest Exhibition of Baseball
Ever Seen on Local Diamond
pie of this country. These things
may not make pleasant reading but
they deserve attention and vou, and
you are responsible. It is for you
to attend the primaries; to insist
that clean men fce nominated and
then to take off your coat and Bee
that they are elected.
W ith Japan
8t. Petersburg, July 3.— Negotia
tions for an armistic between the
armies o f Russia and Japan, it can
be definitely stated, are not in pro
gress, presumably at Washington;
but they have not reached a stage
where any further announcement
can be made.
The decision seems to rest with
Japan, which country is weighing
the relinquishment of the prospects
o f bettering her present advanta
geous position against the enormous
cost in lives and money of another
The chances for a decisive and
final Japanese victory, it is believed
here, are no better than before Lio
Yang and Mukden, and it is point
ed out that it is idle to talk of Vlad
ivostok falling like a ripe apple into
Japao's hands before the peace con
C h r r r ltiffy
R t r o in u it i k |« i 1
K b r a m a t lf t m
McKune, 2b.. ...5
Bliss, l b ......... ....5
Adama, se..... . ..5
Clynes, cf .....
Oswald, c ...... ...3
O’Brien, p ..... ....4
Downing, 3b. ...4
Smith, I f ....... . ..4
Hughes, r f ..... ....4
H B PO A
Senator Mitchell Guilty
M arried — I n Myrtle Point, June B a s e b a ll P la y e r s a n il F o a l r a r e r «
28, 1905, V illiam Pausaay an.l Miss
Louis J. Kruger, ex-champion
It is reported by telegraph, from Elizabeth Foote, by Rev. W. It. F long distance foot racer of Germany
and Holland, writes, Oct. 27, 1901;
Portland, that the jury hearing the Browne.
“ During my training o f eight
case has found Senator Mitchell
M arried — I n Myrtle Point, June
weeks'loot races at Salt Lake City,
guilty as indicted.
28, 1905, by Itev D. H. Hare, Clar
in April last.I used Bullard's Snow
ence E. Russell aud Miss Clara Liniment to my greatest satisfac
Therefore, I highly recommend
The following we clip from the
John Neal of the South Fork
Snow Liniment to all who are trou-
“ Dr. and Mrs. called oo us today while ia town.
nled with sprains, bruises or rbeu-
Rotary machine and ball hearing
Wetmore were given a nouse warm He expects to start with his family nutism.” 2oc, 50c and $1.00. For
make it tbo lightest running ma
ing on the arrival of the train, Cor for ths North Yakima country in a sale by R . 8. Knowl ton.
chine iu the world.
vallis A Eastern, the evening of the few days.
N O T IC E
Quiet aud durable, the rutony
22nd. MrB. Wetmore had been at
The Sunday Oregonian reports
doea away with noise aud
tending the commencement exer. the death by poisoning with suicidal
wear caused by the forward and
cises at Monmouth.
H er sister, intent, of Mrs. M. E Lammey, for- have taken up oue black and white
hull with short horns and ring in
backward movement of the shuttle.
Miss Pauline Aussiker, graduating merly of this place, now of the
nose. No marks. Runs on Rinck
at the State Normal on the 21st sound section.
creek range. Owner will call and
Although much fatigued with her
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hickiug, of pay damages and take animal or I
will offer for sale and sell him ac General O ffice f o r P a c ific C o a s f .
journey, she entertained in her
Prosper, come up Friday and went
cording to law.
on to the bay to meet a lady friend,
231 SUTTER SI.,
G. A. Henry.
the young people’s time until the
a Miss Myers, on her arrival from
wee small hours.
L igh t refresh
Elk Rapids, Michigan.
c e l l ip s
ments were served, including ice
Admitted by piano dealers of the
The longvity o f the Marshall &
cream. We shall Dot dwell upon
better class, conceded by the public
Wendall piano lias been established
the farewellr, that beiDg the only
iu genernl, that the dealer who runs s
during the fifty years and more of
sad part of the reception.
down his competitor aud his goods
their manufacture. K. M Furman
The Doctor came amoDg us in
is the dealer to give the goby w hen
sells them aud the guarantee covers
the spring of 1902 from his home
you come to the salection of
a natural lifetime.
in Chicago, where he was employed
E. M F i r m a s .
The watchmaking and jewelry
Coquille. June 14, 1905.
by the city as public vaccinator and
bad charge of ten schools.
His establishment of the H'ilsou Jewelry
private H o sp ital w ell e q u ip p e d fo r the treat
visit to the coast was not to find a Co., has been moved from the Odd
m ent o f s u r g ic a l and m e d ical d ise a se s.
location but to find a place where Fellow s’ building, next to the post-
his mother, Mrs. John Aussiker,
T ra in e d N u rs e s in A tten d an ce.
could get the benefit of the sea doors from Knowl ton's drug store.
Turn Tiies the Value or
WHEELER & WILSON MFG. CO.
San Francisco, Cal.
MISS L. G. GOULD. SUPERINTENDENT.
B r o w n r ig g
Photo - - Studio
At Myrtle Point
\V F Slirgsby, of this city, had
Does finest up-to-date work at low
the misfortune to get. a severe kick
F or Information Address
est prices. “ Courteous treat
from a horse on the arm last Sun
ment” to all. W e sell plates,
The doctor reports that the
films, cameras and all supplies
bones of the wrist and forearm are
Printing and finishing for amateurs
fractured and the arm badly bruised.
Mrs. F. M. Mingus, of Orange
i i — ■ ■
ville, Idaho, arrived here last week !
FRATERN AL ORDERS.
and is enjoying a visit with her i
mother, M rs. E. J. 'Vright, of Ara-1 QOQUILLI LODGE. NO 51, I 0 0 f
go, as well ns her friends, Mr. and
Meet? every Saturday night.
CARRYING REGULAR STOCK
Gso. H B a x t e r . N . G .
Mrs. Fre t Slagle
She will also go
J. S. L awrence . Sec'v.
over to the hav an l see her hus
0J Standard and Established Goods, where eash Instru
band’s brother, Dr. E. Mingus, of QOOUILLE ENCAMPMENT NO 25. I 0 0 f
Meets the first s a l third Thursday
ment is sold according to Its intrinsic value. lA/e sell you a
nights in each month.
N o tic e
I. H acker . Scribe.
High Grade, Popular price or Commercial Piono,
J. O. Wilson, Machinist, has
moved I « the Kerr mill and will do: |y|lMIE RESEÑAS LODGE. NO 23
at their real value.
all mnehiun work there hereafter
Meet« th* servid ae*l ioorth Wednes
The Doctor is a member of the Leave all orders at Kerr’s Store or
day night« in each aMMfb.
Siletz M. £ . Church, H e has also in the mill shop.
One Price only on each Grade
M b *. M asttc
M r «.
given the M, E. Church of Toledo
& -¡3 CT - SV3r T3= n
We carry a comp ete line of Pianos, Organs, Piano-Players,
The Sunday school
ßHADWIC« L09GC S3 M l t A A M
of Toledo having no library, he
- g: : - -r s-
Bring it to Us.
Talking Machines. Sheet music and Musical Merchandise.
purchased them one hundred and
forc the fall ;r*y*e.
J. H O k u W. M
thirty-two books. This alone will
Everything Sold on Easy Payments.
it o n- .’.tore on repairing or
J. J. I - » » b . áer’r-
keep his name fresh in the memory
Ú V» ircii.it.es amounting to $1.00
o f the school for years to come.
gEULAN CNASTIN. 10 1 9 L !
Ho ohartercd a launch and gave
M**-t* rwx’ PrrliT 3 n ’ -
W ils o n Jew elry Co.,
an annual picnio not only to the
M*s. K itr s t * ‘‘ - m cls . W. M.
Successor to the Chas Orissen and A ia g o M usic Co.,
T h e R e lia b le J e w e le r s
20 Y e a r »
Mg». Murre *r
Sunday school but to all outsiders
E x p e r ie n c e .
breeze, she having been an invalid
for fifteen years,
She lived oDly
eighteen months after her arrival.
The Doctor settled at Toledo and
in six months bis practice extended
from Alsea on the south, to the
Summit, and Siletz reservation on
the north. His ability being recog
nized by the leading citizens of
Chamberlain was elected, he was
recommended and received the ap
pointment o f State Health Officer
of Yaquina Bay harbor.
months later was also appointed
Physician and Surgeon at the Siletz
both positions of
which he has held with honor to
Wm. Horsfall, M. D.,
BUY PIANOS OF DEALERS
W. R. Haines Music Co.,
who wished to join them.
an outting in 1902 he stopped at
Marshfield on his way down the
coast and was impressed with its
resources and wealth. He has con
cluded to locate there.
The Doctor has several thousand
dollars invested in Lincoln countv
real estate. He leaves a fine prac
tice. His friends are numerous.
We are very sorry to lose the
Dector and his good wife.
is Lincoln countv’s loss is Coos
lu rtlffefttln a .
W ith its companions, heart burn,
flatulence, torpidity of the liver,
constipation, palpation o f the heart,
poor blood, headache and other
nervous symptoms, sallow skin,
foul tongue, ofteniive breath and a
legion o f other ailments, is at once
the most widespread and destruc
tive malady among the American
The Herbine treatment
will cure all these troubles. 50c
For gale by R. S. Knowl-
Earned Bandon 1. Home runt,
Two base hit, Clynes,
Nevins, H. Smith.
First base on
error, Bandon 2; Coquille 1.
by pitched hall: Ordway 2, Oswald.
L e ft on base, Coquille 9; Bandon
Double plays, Cooper to Streib
to Smith; Nevins to Streib to Smith
Struck out Cooper 5; O’Brien
10. Time of game 1:35.
V. K. W ruw». K. fc. S.
QOgU'Ut LODGE • 5
B o n e p a rte , J r.
A beautiful dapple gray and from imported blood weighs
1700 pounds. Sired by Thoroughbred Stallion Boneparte.
W ill make the season at CO Q U ILLE and other points in the valley
Season commences April 15th. For terms address or inquire of
Slingsby Bros., Coquille, Oregon.
I ■ :■ - ■■■■ » ... .......... . ” 'r
Str. M. F. Plant,
The Oregon Coal A Nav Co’«
Capt. Nelson, Master,
Will make regular trip« between
Coos B ay and
This Steamer is very steady at sea snd
her passenger accommodation* are all
new, clean and sweet, opening out on
deck and having only tw o berths in s
V e ry
Fare, 1st Class, $10.
F. 8 DOW. Agent,
2nd Class, $0.
QOQUIUI C O y i'. L N'J *»« f A A
M«-et* ti.e -■ /.r.d sod fourth Thurs 9
day night* of m . month in Odd Fel-
1 lows’ hall.
Coquille Tonsorial Parlors,
I I k ‘ it t i, h i*«»«./ , Free.
M u . C h a s . H a « mu - oto * , Hee’y.
£VCN'NC H O I C ik C li, NO 2lA. W O W
M eets tl»e second arel fo u rth H»tur
d »y n ig h ts o f each m o n th .
M ss. Itti 1.1.1»,AK. (i. N.
Mrs. M. M -Donald, Clerk.
CHAS. MOOMAW, Prop
Opposite Hotel Coquille,
JU STU S 10061, NO 35. RATHBONC SISTERS
M m U Ui*
an»! t.bir«l T»i<-H'lay ft
night« each month in 0»M Follows* hall. |
MlM. A MU IK I.AWKENCB, M .E . C.
Mw». J »** C h a w , M. of K. K.
¿ a sio m o m f li? rçuPT op s t i l e
l i a r .- 1 r.
r o e r r - o c k - i.it o c * < o .
W . C Rose. A g t
D E A L E R IN
Flooring, Ituwtic and nil kinds of Finishings and
Constantly on hand.
A LB ER T
F IS H ,
NEW AND SECOND
Bicyles Sundries, Etc.
Burk i>f ny d escrip tion on the lan d * ^ j ¡
of the Southern Oregon Company,
t o a . Ü U A U , M. W .
or removing same, or other property O. F. Rosee*, few..
from said lands, without being duly |MPEIIAl 1090E to
I M *
authorized in writing, will be Pros
in r . w-d U .ird W m ia*»i*r
nights each atr/u tk io
ecuted necording to law.
M m . Bf*.v:s Sgewui, C . H.
Any person furnishing sufficient
Mi** I m t I.« * * , Bee
evidence for the recovery of proper
ty so taken and conviction of the |j|TNTLt CAM* NO 52, M O M
Meet a the ftrvt »a t third -«tord»)
parties concerned, will be given one-
nigi.u ‘A «»/ Month,
half of the property recovered.
B ro s , C.C.
S o u th er n O regon C o m p a n y . ; J. it. Binilo*s, Clerk.
tor of the Estate of E. L. Wilson, deceased,
Residence at J. A. Collier’..
night* »aeh untata ia f r í A f *
K . f . Levar, tao C. C.
il l i I •
Meets V.e ie/ w i
i Í c. —. A ■_+*.-
person putting Timber or
, <iav nichts 'A *aet> a«M fc is V . O. W.
The exhibition game at Marsh and that all persons having claims against
field between Coquille and Marsh «aid estate are hereby required to present the
field was won by our boye, 1 to 3. same, duly verified, to the undersigned, at my
office in the City of ('nqnille, (?« mm county,
Cartwright pitched for the locals Oregon, w ifhin six months from the date ot
and did excellent work. Marshfield this notice.
Dated this Hrd day of July, l!M)6.
bad SevereDce in the box.
A. J. Sherwood,
The result of the exhibition game
Administrator ol the
Tuesday at Bandon between Ban
Estate of K. L . WB
don and Coquille was a victory for
Bandon, the score being 6 to 8 .1
Hughes was in the box for Bandon, J. 0. WETMORE
aud Streib pitched for Coquille.
P H Y S IC IA N AND SU R G E O N
Phone. Main 905,
72 « *
M wa the m arni mmA iomrtb Tewed»;
The Marshfield-North Bend game
Notice is hereby given that the tin<lersigne<l,
reaulted in a victory for the latter
by order of the County Court for Coos county,
of 10 to 9.
Oregon, h*n l*en duly Appointed Administra
O. G. Higher, Danville, Ills,
writes Dec. 2, 1901: “ A b o u t tw o
years ago I was laid op for fou r
months with rheumatism. I tried
Bullard’s Snow Liniment; one b o t
tle cured me.
I can cheerfully recommend it to
all suffering from like affliction 25c 1 N. Huntley, formerly of this ^
5 0 c and J1.00,
For sale by R 8 place, is now located at Paradise,
Know I ton
, Agent, Coqu/lle, Oregon.
■ M HORSFALL HOSPITAL
The Reporter joins his many
friends in wishing the Doctor and
his estimable wife a large portion
E of happioesa and prosperity in his
0 new field.
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A one-fourth interest in the
equipment of the Coquille Steam
boat Co., consisting of the steamers
0 Dispatch and Favorite, and three
Inquire o f Capt. T. A.
0 White, Bandon.
. A. M K
Whe^ S to Ì ’ f
9 J pring
Deliveries made promptly by either water or rail.
We have all Grades and Prices Accordingly.
C O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N