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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1905)
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2,
Governor Chambeilain Coming
Gov. Geo. E. Chamberlain is ex
a c te d at Coos llay on the Allianoo
this morning and will spend a week
or ten days in this section going
down as far as Dairyville where he
will address the W. O. W. picnic
He will speak at various points
in this county as follows:—at Ban-
don, Saturday; at Coquille, Monday;
at Myrtle Point, Tuesday; at Marsh
field, Wednesday; at North Bend,
Thursday;and, if his time will per
mit, at Empiro Friday.
This is an honor of which the
Coos county people should feel
proud, and is one not often given to
a remote neck o' the woods like
ours. The inconveniences and dis
comforts of a trip to this county are
such as to discourage a person
whose time is so closely occupied as
is that of our governor; and one so
popular as our own George E. must
have a long list of urgent invita
tions constautly on hand aud more
n umerous than he can pssibly accept.
So it must require no little effort
aud self denial on his part to make
us this visit and we should see to
it that due appreciation is shown
Ho will make his headquarters
while in this place at the law offices
of Stanley f i Burns and at Dr. Wet-
more's residence, and we are reli
ably informed that he desires to
meet as many of our people person
ally as he can. He has come for the
purpose of making our acquain
Saloon License Revoked
On Saturday, July 22d, Mr. and
Mrs. 8. D. Pulford, Mrs. D. H.
Pierce and Mrs. D. R. Toy went to
Brewster Valley for a week's outing.
Mrs. E. E. Bender started on the
22d inst. for Portland.
away she will visit with her parents
in eastern Oregon and also at As
toria. Mr. Bender will join her
later on. She will be gone two
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Cbas. V. Guerin on the 22d,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Guerin came
down from Eckley Friday and
started for a visit to the Exposition
on Saturday. Matt Guerin went
Dr. Elgin, who has been visiting
here for the past two weeks, re
turned to his home at Eckley on
Mrs. Southmayd spent several
days last week visiting with her son
and family at their home on the
Mrs. G? \y and Miss Lula re
turned home Friday, after a three
at Mrs. J. Warner’s.
Manel Hermann drove out to
Brewster Friday to bring Mr. Gant-
ly here on a visit.
Miss Mattie Iluling is receiving a
visit from her friend, Miss Annie
Sprague of Philipsburg, Kansas.
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Gravel Ford Doings.
Continued warm weather.
M rs. W atkins, Mr. and
Thursday from au extended
Charlie Bennett has just closed a
three m onths' term of school at Lee.
The U nited Brethren
their campmeeting T uesday evening
A petition from the Law and Or
der League of Coos county was
presented to the council, asking
them to cancel all liquor licenses
now existing in Coquille.
moved by Councilman Davenport
that said petition be granted and
that Baid license be canceled.
city attorney by request of the
council delivered nn opinion as to
the law in the matter, and J. M.
Upton addressed the council on the
question in behalf of J. 1*. Tupper.
Upon the question being put,
Burns and Davenport voted “yes”
and Councilmen Kerr and Leach
The mayor declared the
motion carried. It was moved by
Councilmen Lamb and seconded by
Burns that all unearned portions of
the licenses of J. P. Tupper and
Baxter Bros, from this date be re
funded to them.
It was moved by Kerr and sec
onded by Leach that said motion
be amended ns follows: That the
unearned portion ot tho saloon li
censes of J. P. Tupper, A. D. Gar
ten and Baxter Bros, from May 8,
1905 and nlso the $200 received for
a new license from J. P. Tupper on
the 29rd day of June, 1905, be re
funded to them and that the lie-
cordtr bo instructed to ascertain
said amounts in payment of same,
There is a move on foot among
the farmers of different seetios of
the county fo r a farmer’s institute.
Dr. Withcombe and other well-post
ed parties will visit Coos county
and meetings well doubtless be ar
ranged for. Tho farmers and dairy
people should lose no time in mak
ing preparations to take advantage
of the opportunity such meetings
would afford. Subjects of various
kinds will be handled in a scientific
manner which will be exceedingly
instructive in nature and should not
b e missed by any of our ranchers.
Full information and programs will
lie out in due time.
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A u gu st 1st.
in the B ennett grove.
A ll are cordially invited to attend.
Miss Susie W id b y
relatives in M yrtle Point.
Sharp and fam ily, M rs. A sher, M iss
Clara, and Franklin Asher o f R ose-
through G ravelford
Thursday en route hom e after a two
w eeks’ outing at Bandon.
D , A.
Jackson is to erect a new
residence near the parsonage.
Ernest Smith o f L ee, were G rav el-
ford visitors Saturday.
Grandm a Bunch and M rs. J. D ,
Bennett went to Coquille Friday to
spend a few
d ays in
the Seventh D ay A dventists’ camp
T h e new school bu ild in g at Bald
H ill is nearly
| • Mr. and Mrs. George Clinton, of
j the North Fork, were in town on
To His Most Exalted Highness, the j Monday.
Grand Orient and His Noble
Aaron Wilson, the Bridge oream-
| erymau, was in town on business last
Zeus and bis Olympian Champi 1 Monday.
ons send greeting, desiring that
B o r n . — In Coquille, Oregon, July
your countenances may never be 30, 1905, to Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. H.
come less grotesque.
Terry, a son.
The gauntlet is cast into the
Burt Tuttle, of Marshfield, was
gladitorial ring at your feet aud we oyer this way shaking hands with
defy you to pick it up. We bid friends on Monday.
you select nine of your most pow
H. tiengstaeken, tho hustling
erful and unvanquished knights to business man of Marshfield, was on
meet a like number of thq Sons of our streets last Monday.
Osiris on the Olympian field, on the
Remnants of wash goods large
twelfth day of the month of His Im enough for waists and childrens
perial Highness the Great Augustus. dresses, will go at cost at Knne-
Therefore take heed and look matz’s.
well to your laurels, for the mighty
Win. Barklow who has been here
Ajax is enlisted in our cause.
several weeks visiting relatives and
Z ecs a « d run S ons o r O siris .
old-time friends of this county,
To the Mighty Zeus and His Fol-
started for his home last week.
lowers, the Sons of Osiris:
R. C. Jones, brother of our towns
The Grand Orient and his knights
return greeting and pray that your man, Fay Jones, is up from San
hay crop may never be I ssb abun Francisco on a visit and vacation.
He is employed with J. A. Folger,
Pause and go slow. We have
taken up the gauntlet which you
have so recklessly hurled at our
feet, and by the sands of the desert
which shall blow through your
whiskers, we bid you defiance. We
will singe those whiskers. We have
chosen nine noble knights to meet
your boasting mortals at the time
and place appointed, and there, by
the magic power of tho Sphinx shall
we conquer. Beware.
T he G rand O rient
Every body busy.
com p leted .
M iss Inez Bunch was down from
A nd H i s K nights .
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l V r u l l a r n ix a p p c n r a iU r .
J. D. Runyan, of Butlerville, O.,
laid the peculiar disappearance of
his painful symptoms, of indiges
tion and biliousness, to Dr. King’s
New Life Pills. He says: “ They
are a perfect remedy, for dizziness,
sour stomach, headache, constipa
tion, etc.” Guaranteed at R. S.
Knowlton’8 price 25c.
Notice of Dissolution.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing be
tween A. Ellingson and J. A. Jacob
son, and doing business in the Citv
of Coquille, Oregon, under the firm
name of the Coqudlo Furniture com
pany, and at North Bend, Oregon
under the firm name of the North
Bend Furniture Company, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.
A. Ellingson will continue the busi
ness at the City of Coquille in his
own name and will pay all debts
and receive all money due the part
nership at said place; and J. A.
Jacobson will continue the business
at North Bend in his own name and
will pay all debts and receive all
money due the partnership at said
Dated this 26th day of July 1905.
J. A. Jacobson.
M cK inley tho first o f the week.
V ir o ia .
A Gauntlet Taken Up.
OF FINAL SETTLEM ENT.
IN TH E COUNTY COURT OF THE
COUNTY OF COOS, STATE OF
OREG O N :
In the matter of the Estate
of Mrs. Sophia E. Robin
Notice oi Administrator’ s final settle
ins interested in the above
Robert Burn» the administrator ha«
this dav rendered and presented to the
Court, for settlement, his final account
and petition for discharge as said ad
It is ordered by the court that Mon
day, Septemlier the 4th, 1905, at the
hour of 10 o’clock a. m. of said day lie
and the same is hereby appointed to
hear said final account and petition for
Any person, or persons having any
objections to the said final account or
any reasons why said final discharge
should not be made at that time will
therefore take notice and present such
objections, if any there he, to tiie Court
at said time and place.
Dated this 29th day of July, 1905.
N o t h in g o n t h e M a r k e t E q u a l to
C h a m b r r la lu * * C o lie , C h o l e r a n u tl
n ir r h a e a R e m e tlr .
This fact is well known to drug
gists everywhere, and nine out of
ten will give their customers this
preparation when the best is asked
for. Mr. Obe Witmer. a prominent
druggist of Toplin, Mo., in a cir
cular to his customers, says:
•‘There is nothing on the market
in .the way of patent medicine
which equals Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
for bowel complaints. W e sell and
recotnend this preparation," For
sale by R. S. Knowlton.
J. T. Morgan of Nebraska, who
has been visiting his son, R. M.
Morgan, of Parkersburg, for several
weeks started on his return home
In Coquille City, at
the office of Justice Cecil, July 26,
1905, Walter J. Hansen and Miss
Myrtle L. Brown, both of Multno
M arried .—
Tho Church of the United Breth
ren in Christ will commence a camp
meeting August 1st at Gravel Ford,
Oregon, in the Bennett’s Grove.
Bring your tents and camp if you
want an outing. It is a beautiful
camping place, and then you will
have the pleasure of enjoying the
Presiding Elder J. S. Rhoads of
Hood River will do most of the
preaching. All are cordially in
vited. Come one and all.
L. F. SMITH, Pastor.
All persons kuowing themselves
indebtod to the Furniture Firm of
Ellingson A Jacobson will please
oall and settle by August, 10,1905.
The Firm has changed hands and
the accounts invst be settled by that
dato or the accounts will be placed
with tho attorney for collection.
Coquille Furniture Co.
S t o p th a t Caligli
When a caugh, a tickling or an
irritation in the tliaoat makes you
feel uncomfortable take Ballard’s
Hore-hound Syrup. Don’t wait
until the disease has gone beyond
control. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ander
son, 354 West 5th St. Salt City,
"W e think Ballard’s Horehound
Syrup the best medicine for coughs ;
and colds. We have used it for se
veral years; it always gives imme
diate relief, is very pleasant and
gives perfection." 25c. 50c. $1.00.
sold by R. S. Knowlton.
Hoos F ob S ale .— A large full-
blooded O. I . C. male hog, 4c per
O. I. C pigs delivered
$1.00 each. Address C. A. Pendle
For the next thirty days J. S.
Kanematz will sell at cost, some be
low cost, all summer wash goods,
Any person cutting Timber or
such as lawns, organdies, voils, etc. Bark of any description on the lauds
of the Southern Oregon Company,
Don't miss this opportunity.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’ S SALE UNDER
WRIT OF EXECUTION.
Notic" in hereby given, that under and by
virtue of an execution, duiv ¡Niticd out of
and under the h * h I of the Countv Court of
thoStnteof Oregon for C,,o, County, to
me directed nnd delivered, dated the -Cud
day of July, ltior», upon a judgment duly
rendered in a cause m snid court, on the
24th day of May, 1905, wherein McPher
son Uinser Co , a private corporation, is
plaintiff, and Ernest Wittiek and Mrs.
Iteata \\ illicit arc defendants, command
ing me to make by levy and sale of the
property of the said defendants, the
amount due upon said judgment, to wit.
the snm of one hundred tiftv-three dollars,
with interest from May 24th. 11105, at 10 per
oent. per annum, together with twenty
dollars, reasonable attorney’ s fees, and the
coats and disbursements of said anion,
amounting to fifteen dollars, ami acorui .g
oosts thereunder. I have levied upon and
'J! k , ° at ? tin*
of H dHV
House, in the town of Coquille City, in
said Coos Countv. Stale of Oregon at
thahour of ten o’ clock, a. m . offer for sale
and sell at public auction all tlm right, ti-
tie and interest said defendants had on
the -4th day of May, 190ft, or may have
since acquired, according to law. to the
highest bidder for cash in hand, all the
following premis s to wit: Lot »5 in Mock
lit» as per map of a portion of the town of
Marshfield, Oregon, prepared by R. 1 J.
Clement ami now on lilt* and of record in
the office of the County Clerk of snid Coos
County, Oregon, which said lot has a front
age of f»0 feet on Chestnut street and 81
feet in depth. Also lot 4 nnd south ten
feet of lot."», all in block No. 18, of the
town of North Heml, Coos County, Ore
gon, according to the maps and dedication
thereof on tile and of record in tho office of
the County Clerk of said Coos County.
Dated at Coquille City, this 2*2d day of
STEPHEN G a LLIEK,
Sheriff of Coos Count}'. Oregon.
f f 3®7
A W a r n i n g 1 » V lu th r r w .
Too much care cannot be used
with small children during the hot
weather of the summer months to
guard agninst bowel troubles. As
a rule it is only necessary to give
the child a dose of caster oil to
correct any disorder of the bowels.
Do not use any substitute, but give
the oldfashioned castor oil, and see
that it is fresh, as ransid oil nausi-
ates and has a tendency to gripe.
If this does not check the bowels
give Ceatnberlain’s Colic, Cholers
and Diarrhoea Remedy and then a
dose of castor oil, and the disease
may be checked in its incipiency
and all danger avoided. The cas
tor oil and this remedy should be
procured at once and kept ready
for instant use as soon as the first
indication of any bowel trouble ap
pears. This is the most successful
treatment known and may be re
lied upon with implicit confidence
even in cases of cholera infantum.
For sale bv R. S. Kuowlton.
Rotary machine and ball bearing
make it tho lightest running ma
chine in the world.
Quiet and durable, the rotiuy
motion does away with lmise and
wear caused by the forward and
backward movement of tho shuttle.
W H E E L E R & W IL S O N MFG. CO.
or removing same, or other property ,
from said lands, without being duly
authorized in writing, will be Pros ! G enerai Office for Pacific Coast.
ecuted according to law.
231 SUTTER S l„
Any person furnishing sufficient \
evidence for the recovery of proper- q h a s A
M C K E L L IP S , A g e n t,
ty so taken and conviction of the \
parties concerned, will he given o n e - -------
hnlf of the property recovered.
San Francisco, 0*1
OoqU/lle, O re g o n
I I HORSFALL HOSPITAL
S o u t h e r n O r e g o n C o m p an y .
Hie Oregon Coal A Nav
MISS L. G. GOULD. SUPERINTENDENT.
Str. M. F. Plant,
A p riva te H o sp ita l w ell e q u ip p e d fo r the tre at
m ent o f s u r g ic a l and m e d ical d ise a se s.
T ra in e d N u rs e s in A tte n d an ce .
Capt. Nelson, Master,
W ill make regular trips between
Coos Bay and
For Information Address
Tliis Steamer is very steady at sea and
Wm. Horsfall, M. D.,
tier passenger aceommodations are all
M arshfield, O regon
new, clean and sweet, opening out on
deck and having only two berths in a
Very superior Second Class.
Fare, 1st Class, $10.
2nd Class, $6.
F. 8 DOW . Agent, j W . C. Rose, A g t ,
B o n e p a r te , Jr.
A beautiful dapple gray and from imported blood weighs
7 700 pounds. Sired by Thoroughbred Stallion Boneparte,
Will make tho season at COQUILLE and other points in the valley
Season commences April 15th. For terms address or inquire of
S lin gsby Bros., Coquille, Oregon.
Coquille Tonsorial Parlors,
A big lot of first-class shingles
are to to be found by calling on N.
Lorenz. They are offered at a bar
IN TIIE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH E
NEW AND SECOND
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STATE OF OREGON, FOR COOS
O O C H TT:
FOR S A L E
Garrett M. Hill,
A one-fourth interest in the
equipment of the Coquille Steam
boat Co., consisting of the steamers
Dispatch and Favorite, and three
To Wm. J. Marsh, Trustee, above
Inquire o f Capt. T. D.
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
R lie iiiiia t ln in
When pains or irratation exist answer the complaint of plaintiff filed
P ublic is a roused.
on any part 0f the body, the appli- against you in said Conrt and Cause, on
or before the 24th day o f August, 1905,
The public is aroused to a knowl- cation of Ballard's Snow Liniment Ivin s the date prescribed by the court
Notice is hereby given that the edge of the curative merits of that gives prompt relief. E. W. Sulli- in the order for publication of summons
you to appear and answer said com
county superintendent of Coos great medicinal tonic, Electric Bit- van, Prop. Sullivan house, El for
plaint and if you fail to appear and
answer said complaint on or Ivfore said
county will hold the regular exami
[ kidneys. Mary H. Walters, of 546 ” 1 take pleasure in recommending \
for want thereof, the plaintiff will
nation of applicants for state and St. Clair Ave., Columbus, O., writes: j Ballard s Snow Liniment to all who date,
apply to the court for the relief demand
county papers, at the courthouse in “ For several months, I was given are afflicted with rheumatism.
his complaint, which is that
plaintiff he decreed to Iv the ¡owner
Coquille, as follows:
up to die. I had fever and ague, ¡* the only remedy I have found , in fee simple of the no-thwest Q of sec
For County Papers—Commencing m y nerves were wrecked; I could that gives immediate relief." 25c, tion 24 in Township 2X, South of range
9 West of the Willamette Meridian, in
Wednesday, August 9. at 9 o ’clock not
» nd ™T stomach was so 50c and $ I 00.
Coos county. Oregon, and that defend
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weak, from useless doctors drugs,
ant has no estate, interest or claim, or
* nueing until Friday, that I could not eat. Soon after A dm in istrator's N otice. any title whatever to said described
August 11, at 4 o clock p. m., 1905. beginning to take Electric Bitters. 1 Notte* 1 » hereby givra that the umlerrigneti, premises, an,I that plaintiff's title be de
Program Penmanship, history. I obtained relief, and in a short 1 by «»nier o f the County Court for Cooa county. clared good and valid thereto, and for
orthography, reading, written arith- time 1 wa8 entiely cured.” Guaran Oregon, ha* been «inly ap|»ointed Administra ids costs and disbursement«.
This summons is published once a
metic, teaching, grammar, physiol teed at Knowlton's drug store; tor of the K»t*te of E . I*. W ilson, deceased, wee's for at least six successive weeks in
j and that all pernoD* having claim* against the Coquille Herald, a weekly news
ogy. geography, mental arithmetic,
said estate» are hereby required to present the paper
publis'ied in Coquille, Coos
school law, civil government.
H O L L IST E R 'S
I same, duly ventini, to the undersigned, at my county. Oregon, hr order of Hon. L.
For State Paper* -The same time Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets I office in the City off Coquille, C«xm county. Har! cker. C anty Judge of Coe'S Coun
Oregon, within nix month* from the «late ot ty, Oregon, made on the 10«h day of
A Buy lataftM hr Baaj h wk
will lie occupied and the program
July. 1905. The first publication of this
» thi* notice.
Briift Oolioa H«*1 U tad Ktaowed Tifar.
summons is on the 12th day of July,
will be occupied when the class as A s;»** tV for Const ipttkM. Indlf —Uoa. Lfv«
Oated thi* .‘trd «lay of July, 190ft.
1905. and the last will he oh the 23rd
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' ’ Troublai rtntaÏRA E o m m a . Impur«
W H. BUNCH,
OTuttS Barrata. if«*!
dav of August. 1905.
ir* * A v k v MottatAln
^ _^ Ta*
__ r ta Mk
Administrator ot the
Dated thi iis 10th day of July, 19A5.
bo*. Genuine made by
Estate «»f E . L . W il
•T. A. BUCHAN AN.
mnaarr; Madlaon. W i *
Dated Julv 24. 1905.
Atrernev for Plaintiff.
001PEH W'GGCTl F0n »ALLOW P f O f lt
Tires Times lie Vaine of
Anyone having fruits or vege
tables to send to the Portland Ex
position should have them in two-
gallon lots at this offices or at the
several places in town designated
by notices posted.
II. C. Hemsley, of Somoa, Cali
fornia, arrived here Sunday on ac
count of the illness of bis wife who
has been here for two or three weeks
visiting relatives uud frieu Is. Mrs.
Hemsley is better now ami they ex
pect to start for home soon.
Lauren Dean, our chief side
kicker on the H erald , returned
from the Portland fair Sunday
Mr. Dryden, the job
printer, remaiued with his wife to
visit with her mother, Mrs. C. H.
Fry, who is there from Imperial,
IN THE CIKGUIT CO CUT OF THE
• in a n d ; • .
THE COUNTV OF COOS.
A lma F knogho , Plaintiff
f Huit in t«i-
uity for di-
H tanish F anoolio , Dofnt. f voroe.
To Stanish Fenoglio, the above-named de
In the name of the Stute of Oregon: V«*u
are hereby uotiti-*d that you are requited
to appear and answer the complaint tiled
against you in the above eutitled suit
within six weeks from the dato of the first
publication of this summons, to-wit:
Within six wttkfl from tile Litith dav of
July, 1906, the same being tho date of the
tirst publication of this summons.
And if you fail to appear and answer on
«>r bofore the Oth day of September, 190-ft,
the name being the last day of the time
prescribed in the order of publication, the
plaintiff will take judgment against you
aud will apply to tne Court for the relief
demanded in her complaint, a succinct
statement of which is as follows: That tho
marriage contract existing between plain
tiff and defendant bo dissolved, set aside
and held for naught; that the enro and cus
tody of the minor children of plaintiff
and defendant bo granted to plaintiff; that
plaintiff have judgment against the de
fendant for her costs and disbursements
in this suit aud for such other and further
relief as to the Court may seem meet and
Service of this summons is made by pub
lication in pursuance of an order made by
L. Car looker, as County .Judge of C ooh
County. Oregon, dated July liftth, 190ft, di
recting that service of said summons bo
made by publication thereof in the Co
quille Herald, a newspaper published at
Coquille in said county, once euch week
for a period of six weeks.
STANLEY J l BURNS,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
CHAS. MOOMAW. Prop.
Opposite Hotel Coquille,
B icy les Sundries, Etc.
O P G O P I /H )
Wheels to Rent
p F T
D E A L E R IN
gj Flooring, Rustic and all kinds ol 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