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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1906)
V ol .
23: No. 24.
Entered uh second-class matter May
8, !'.*>&, at the poetoffice at Coquille,
Oregon, under act oi Congress o( March
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1906.
Coos May Have Three Lines.
Treasure on Beach.
D redger F o r Coos.
Note and Comment.
Indications in Coos county are
A large piece of silver bullion
Mr. Hermann introduced the
“ Fewer men” says Dr. Parkhurst
that there will be two or three new washed upon the coast at Newport, following bill; which was referred “ are leading the ‘double life.’ ” A
transportation lines under construc Or., has sent agog the imagination to the Committee on Rivers and single one takes about all a man
Culin, M. D.
tion this year giving connection of the denizens of that storm swept Harbors and ordered to be printed can make these days.
P hysician and S ururon
with Portland. Business men are neighborhood, and the days of
C oquille C it y , O r *.
Senator Patterson has probably
confident that not only will the Spanish gallons l"den with wealth
For the construction, equipment,
Carries a full and oomplete stock of
that he would not be any
Next Door to P. O.
more lonely as a man without a party
to Marshfield aud down the coast, America are recalled. J. O. Craw necessary appliances and scows.
and the Oregon Coast & Eastern ford, the Albany photographer and
Be it enacted by the Senate and than as a member of the minority.
D R U G S , M E D IC IN E ,
will construct its projected line from scientist, is the discoverer of the House of Representatives of the
J. J. STANLEY
Portland to Humboldt bay, but wealth disgorged by the ocean.
United States of America in Con-
tria have decided to strike.
F IN E S T A T IO N E R Y ,
that the Spreckles line will be ex
While searching for rare speci gres assembled, That there be, and
tended through Coos county to mens of animal and mineral life is hereby, appropriated, out of any
T O IL E T A R T IC L E S .
that are to be fouDd on the Oregon money in the Treasury not otherwise section the greatest health resort
O oquillm , O mxoon
J. W. Bennett of Marshfield, who coast during the winter months Mr. appropriated, the sum of one hun in Europe.
was a Portland arrival on the Crawford ran across a large piece dred and twenty thousand dollars,
Count Castellane refuses to ac
steamer Kilburn ,last evening, re of mixed silver and gold, symmet for the construction, equipment, and cept the forty thousand dollar in
A. J. Sherwood,
ports that the prospects for develop rically shaped aa if the two metals operation of a combination dredge, come offered him by his wife. One
A ttorn x t - a t - L a w ,
ment of Coos county never were had been melted and run together with dipper and suction appliances, would think it was worth more than
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in a vessel of some kind.
Specu. with necessary scows, to be used that to get rid of him.
better. He said:
N otary P u b l ic ,
"The Southern Pacific has its lation as to the source of the rare upon the bars and inside harbors of
Thomas Lawson is said to be
preliminary survey run from Drain find was immediately rife, but that the following navigable waters in
to some point in northern California. it came from the depths of the the State of Oregon: Coos Bay, in financially etnbarassed.
I do not know just where it ends. ocean is the only certain informa cluding Coos River, Tillamook Bay, knew before that Mr. Lawson could
W alter Sinclair,
T. T. LAND, Proprietor.
The line has been permanently lo tion obtainable.
Yaquina Bay, Siuslaw River, Ne- be embarassed by anything.
A tyor n rt - a t - I iaw ,
haleu River, the Umpqua River, and
N otary P u b l ic ,
A telescope has been perfected
Reedsville, on the Umpqua, and the melted together as if they had been Rogue River, to be used at said
Card rooms *
that will show with ease the canals
right of way has been bought and thrown into a brass kettle, or some harbors as the necessity may re
on Mars. The next step will be to 7i\
paid for from Drain to Elkton, a such receptacle, would indicate quire.
arrange one that can show the canal *
that it is not from some of the
Last week the Senate considered
ception of two places, where con wrecks of wealth laden ships of
A bb trac tbr o r T it l e s .
demnation proceedings are neces recent days. Few miners of today
Senator Depew has announced 7K
C o q u il l e C i t y , O re
sary. Thirty miles of rails have would run their gold and silver to for personal property destroyed in that he will no longer receive the *
Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Cigars and Tobacco.
a fire in Yokohama in 1886. The cards of newspaper men. The news
been unloaded at Drain for this gether in a single vessel.
City News Stand.
An old miner estimated that the officer gives an itemized account of papers could have told him that
line and it is understood that as
H a ll & H all,
soon as weather permits construc find is worth several hundred dol his losses which consist of $1386.50 quite a while ago.
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tion will be commenced and pushed lars. The bullion is quite heavy. worth of clothes and twelve dollars
A ttobnrys - at - L a w ,
The automobile races at Havana
Mr. Crawford will have it assayed. worth of books. It might be that
as rapidly as possible.”
Dealer in R e a l E s t a t i o f a ll kinds.
resulted in the death of three
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the books if the Senate would be men so far, but the returns are not
he left home a party of half a dozen
persuaded to hurry up and pay the all in yet. It looks as if that sport
right of way men for the Oregon
might also bear a little Government
twenty year old account.
0. A. Sehlbrede,
Notice is hereby given that the
field and began work. They came approved plat of survey o f Town
down from Tillamook and will work ship No. 32, South, Range No. 11
Professor Wiley of the Agricul
through Cooe and Curry counties. west of the Willamette Meridian, flowed into Portland and the Pacific
tural Department has announced
‘•This road will get a right of way Oregon, has been received from the Northwest last summer and fall was
M ak 9H fijsld , O regon .
that only bottled whiskey is safe.
through Coos county. The people Surveyor General for Oregon, and largely made up of people who
There are few who will contradict
will give most of the right of way on Friday the 23rd day of March, came west to see the country, |the
this statement for of all harm done
and the remainder the company will 1906, at 9 o ’clock a. m., the said Exposition being in a sense a side
by whiskey there is none which has
G O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N .
E. D. Sperry.
W. C. Chase.
have to buy.” he said.
‘‘The peo township plat will be filed in this issue. The extraordinary low rate
proceeded from whiskey left in the
ple want these railroads.
Every office, and on and after said day we made was a powerful factor in bottle.
A ll w o r k g u a r a n t e e d .
SPERRY & CHASE,
thing justifies the prediction that will b e p r e p a r e d to r e c e i v e a p p l i e s bringing these crowds, and our
The investigation of Lamms Ca
Coos county will soon be connected tions for the entry of the unappro mighty forests and rivers, farms
with the outside world by rail lines, priated and unreserved lands in and fields, were of more interest to nal affairs continues without pros
OfBee in Robinson Building,
them than the Exposition.
Nearly pect of anything being discovered
and some people are so sanguine said township.
all of those in attendance returned or remedied. The only way appar
. . .
as to assert that there will ba three
B e n ja m in L. EDDy, Register,
with a good impression of the ently to hurry the investigation
independent lines of rail transpor
J. M. L awrence , Receiver.
country, and their effective mission would be to have it take place on
tation through Coos county. There
Note.—This township was with
is some activity in real estate, but drawn from entry on April 29, ary work is now reflected in very the Isthmus.
E. G. D. Holden,
heavy tourist travel headed this
as the roads are bad leading from
L awthr ,
1003, and so long as the order of
John Holloran, of Jersey City,
B. F E N T O N
way. We still have, with the ex
Roseburg into Coos county it is not
iby Recorder, U. S. Commissioner, Gen
withdrawal shall continue in force,
who advertises that he is worth
expected that any extensive opera
eral Insurance Agent, and Notary
applications for land in said town
attractions that we had last summer, thirty thousand dollars is on the
tions will begin until the highways
ship cannot be received from those
Public. Office in R obin
Saddle Horses of best quality always on hand. Good Rigs in redi*
and the railroads have made the quest for a wife who will weep over
are in better condition.”
who have not acquired settlement
son B uilding.
same rate that was in efiect during his grave when he dies. There are ness for special trips. In fact, a general Stage and Livery business.
The third railroad alluded to by
rights therein prior to April 29,
Accommodations for Taveling men a specialty
For these reasons the plenty of them willing to promise it
Mr. Bennett is a proposed extension
but if Mr. Hollaran marries any of Leave Coquille at 6 a. m., arriving at Roseburg at 10 p. ro. Fare $5.50
of the line already in operation be
records in increasing the popula them he will probably have a chance
tween Myrtle Point and Marshfield.
to weep over the loss of that thirty
tion of the state.—Oregonian.
It is said this line, in the CoquiUe
A. F. Kirshman,
thousand before he dies.
country, will be extended to Rose-
D e n t ist .
burg and thence easterly.
It is ary 9th; Bailed February 12th. In
Beginning with the February,
Mrs. Burke Roche, of New York,
now operating 27 miles of track coming cargo, 100 tons general 1906, number, our magazine will be who loft her father’s homo because
Office two d oors Sonili o f Poet office.
owned by John D. Spreckles & mdse. Outgoing cargo, 300 M lum cabed Watson’s Magazine. It will he would allow her nothing more
Bros, of San Francisco, who also ber, 200 M shingles, 50 tons ex have a handsome cover. Several than a paltry sixty thousand a year,
Passengers, M S Smith, new features will be added. The is said to have relinquished her
own the valuable Beaver Hill ooal ports.
A private hospital for the care and treatment of medical, surgical
mines tapped by the road.
price at bookstores and news-stands title of “ Lady” to which she was en
and obstetrical cases. Equipment new and modern
The western terminus is at
schooner Sotoyome will be 15 cents. To be just to our
COQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT CO Marshfield. The road haB proved sailed Friday, February 9th, from present subscribers, we have de titled in England. There are some
in every particular.
old fashioned people who think she
a profitable investment, under Carman Crites Mill, carrying 600 M cided to receive renewals and new relinquished that title m this coun
Str. D IS P A T C H
management of W. C. Chandler. lumber.
subscriptions at $1 a year, up to try also.
Tom White, Master
Rich timber and coal lands along
Gasoline schooner Oakland sailed March 31, 1906, After that the
Bandan....... 7 a*M.
f Coquills____ 10 a - m .
Including room, board, gjneral nursing and drugs.
The President’s wish embodied
C oquills....... 1 p - m . | B andon____ 4 p - m . the route of the talked-of extension from here on February 5, 150 M subscription price will be $1.50 per
Connects at Coquille with train for Marshfield are strong inducement* for build lumber from Parkersburg; arrived year. This is a golden opportunity in the bill introduced in Congress
and steamer Ejho for Myrtle Point.
ing to Roseburg, and it is said that back February 12tb, taking second for those who are not within reach by Representative Adams to estab
if the Spreckles people do not make load from same place. Rumor has of news-stands. If you have never lish a whipping post for wife beat
Str. F A V O R I T E
J. C. Mnninaw. Master,
the extension, a connecting line will it that she will go to the CoquiUe ^ seen the magazine, a»k for sample ers in the District of Columbi failed
At a conse
<- M|iii!le....... 7 a - m . | Bandon. .10:45 a - m . be built by other interests.— Fort- Mill A Mercantile Company’s mill copy, mentioning this paper nnd to pass the House.
B ullion......... I P-M. | Coquille . 4:45 r-M.
address, Toni Waton’s Magazino
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121 West 42d St., New York City.
A corporation, to be known as the
with a vacation and free board
East Fork Items.
H. •I.iiii4. Master.
P h y sica l Culture and E x p re s every time they indulge in that re
M vrtie P oin t.. .7 a - m . | <>qui!le C’y 9 30 a - m . been organized with Ivy CoDdron,
Last Wednesday morning, 14th
creation and it is presumed that
Co |iiille C it y ...1 p - m . | Myitie P’t. .4 00 p - m .
D. W. Small. E. E. Straw, Robert inst, R . A. Easton was looking for
Daily except Sunday.
Mrs. WoottoD, o f the Columbia their industry will flourish accord
Marsden, and Robert Francis as in a missing sheep when his dog found College o f Expression, Chicago, will
Str. W E L C O M E
Successor to W H. Mansell.
corporators. The firm will do a the sheep partly eaten, and_ soon | take a limited number of pupils.
J. E. Myern, Master*.
general commission business, and after treed a cougar.
Apply at N. E. corner 2nd floor Chambsrlain's Cough Remedy the Mother’ s
Myrtle Point 1:30 P-M. I CoquiUe C T j 4.00 p - m . will handle Dour, feed, oil, etc. bad to go to call his boy to bring of school building between 4 and 5
WILL MEET ALL BOATS AND TRAINS.
Cnquille City 7:00 a - m . | Myrtle P’t 10:00 a - m .
have leased the the gun, then climbed up a small o ’clock p. m.
All orders handled with carefulness and expedience.
Connects with lower-river boats at CoquiUe
The soothing and healing prop
Marsden and Johnson dock, and tree to locate the game, as only a
City for Bandon and intermediate point«.
erties of this remedy, its pleasant
Ample barges for handling freight.
commenced this morning the build small part could be seen from the
taste and prompt and permanent
S e w i n g M a c h in e K e p a in n g
ing of a large warehouse.
It is I gr0und. The shots fired did not
E. T. Lucas, \Vingo,.Ky., writes, cures have made it a favorite with A g e n t fo r th e b e a t C o o s C o u n ty C o a l
David F ulton, o f this city, is an expert safe to assume that they will do a bjt
mark, and Theodore climbed April 25, 1902:
“ For 10 to 12 people everywhere. It is especially
M ealier and r cp a ’ rer, and anyone in big buHiness throughout the county,
a nearby tree and shot the conger, years I had been afflicted witli a prized by mothers o f small ch il
iced o f bis rervices will d o well to call |
as the names of those connected which weighed 125 pound», aud
at bia reaidencc or d rop him a card.
malady known ns the ‘itch.’
The dren, for colds, croup and whooping
with th" corporation is a guaranty measured 6 feet 8 inchee. He says
itching was most unbearable; I find rough, as it always affords quick
Hie «afe and reliable t i w n - ^ p ^
limi ill* lmaiiiess will be conducted when the cougnr opened its mouth
tried for years to find relief, having relief, nnd ns it coutmns no opium
in « mauiur that will ii.su'e a l i b and hi-sed at him that he didn't
Hi • N.’ \v and Sp**i L
tried all remedies I could hear of, or other harmful drug, it may he
e ra l aliare of (he patronage of this 1 ke the looks of it.
, private Hospital well equipped for the treat
besides a number o f doctors.
I given as confidently to a baby as
sectiou.—Coos Bay News.
For sale by R. S.
Frank Howe who has been sick wish to state tlint one single appli to an adult.
ment of surgical and medical diseases.
C. P. Jenaan. Maater.
H O U SE FOR RENT
for some time at the home of his cation of Ballard’s Snow Liniment
W ill m ake regular trip« hetweea
For every 25c worth of goods
A five-roomed house and four lot sister, Mrs. Milo Sumner, at Marsh cured me completely and perma
Trained Nurses in Attendance.
Since then I have used you purchase at Mrs. Nosler’ s store
CoquiUe River and San near the Christian church, with field, is now some better.
the liniment on two separate occa-
plenty of fruit, 2} lots being rich
Fred Minard has the contract j sions for ringworm and it cured \ the purchaser will be entitled to a For Information Address
bottom. No charge for the garden
N o B to p -o v e r a t W a y P orta.
25c, 50, and 11.00. guess at the $10 gold piece to be
lota if rented for the summer. In for the Eaat Fork saw mill.
Electric bights. Everything in First
given to the best guesser.
quire at the H erald office.
nowlton’s Drug Store
W.H. 8GH R0EDER1
w w w ^
w w w w w w S
to $£30 per* week
Claude F ox,
G ren eral D r a y m a n .
M ISS L. G. GOULD. SUPERINTENDENT.
Wm. Horsfall, M. D.,