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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 190«.
Royal Neighbors Organize.
Royal Neighbors of America was
Organized in this city on the even
ing of Feb. 27th with a charter list
Deputy Clara E. Mills suc
ceeded in making a splendid show
ing as the result of five days’ work
in our towu and it speaks volumes
for the popularity of the Royal
Neighbors. The order was started
in 1895, as the auxiliiary of the
Modern Woodmen and has grown
to be nearly, if not quite the largest
lubes' order in America today.
Deputy Mills was ably assisted in
the task of instituting the camp by
a large force o f enthusiastic Royal
Neighbors from Myrtle Point, they
haying come down on a chartered
After the organization was com
pleted the name of “ Laurel” Camp
was decided upon.
officers were elected: Oracle, Qoldie
B. Ferrin; Vice Oracle, Eunice Rob
erts; Chancellor, Tullia A- Benham;
Recorder, Edna Kelly; Receiver,
Addie Newton; Marshal, Maud New
ton; Inner Sentinel, Viola Beryle;
Outer Sentinel, Cora Gilkey; Man
agers, Eddie Clinton, Mrs. D. F.Dean
and Hattie Scranton; Physician,
Dr. Wetmore; Past Oracle, Hattie
Scranton; Assistant Marshal, May
nard Tosier; Chief Forester, Eddie
After election was over refresh
ments were served and the entire
party threw care and responsibility
to one side and everyone seemed to
determined to get ns much enjoy
ment out of the occasion as possi
ble, and a jollier crowd never con
gregated in a Royal Neighbor ball
After refreshments were disposed
of, Deputy Mills, assisted by Neigh
bor Oatchell and several other Myr
tle Point Neighbors, exemplified the
initiation ceremony iu a very im
ings will be held on the 2nd and 4th
Tuesdays in Woodmen Hall.
A shocking accident occurred at
Luther Williams’ loggiug camp, on
Big creek, on the Middle Fork,
Saturday afternoon, (Feb. 24tb,)
in which Thomas Rookard lost his
life. In company with a number of
others he was engaged in breaking
His brother, James
Rookard, was working near him and
as the jam started, the line was
drawing the team into the creek
James ran onto the jam to cut the
line and save the team when the rope
flew and struck him knocking him
into the creek. Thomas, seeing the
dangerous position of his brother,
leaped into the water to rescue him.
However, James drifted below and
out of reach of the logs.
finding he could not reach him,
started to swim for shore.
he got to the bank there was a
small log lying along the bank.
He attempted to climb upon it and
raised himself almost out, but in
doing so caught hold of an alder
stump, which was rotten, and this
giving away let him back.
he fell back one of the logs from
the jam caught him, crushing his
legs. This was repeated the third
time when the last log that struck
him crushed his body from the
He was extricated
from the position by the other men,
but only lived about ten minutes.
The accident indeed was a sad
affair and a terrible blow to the wife
who is left with a family of four
small children, the youngest one
only about six weeks of age.
deceased was a young man just
faiijy starting out in life with all
before him. He was honest BDd in
dustrious and everyone who knew
him was his friend. He left home
strong and cheerful and in only a
few short hours was brought home
Truly life hangs by a
narrow thread, and man continually
walks in the shadow of eternity.
Thomas J. Rookard was born Aug.
ust 12, 1875, and was therefore 32
years, 6 mouths and 14 days of age
at the time of death. He was born
in Sonoma County, California, and
in June, 1876, his parents moved to
the Middle Fork, where he has
On January 10,
1900, he was united in marriage to
Laura J. Houser, of Big creek.
Besides a wife and four children he
IH E PRACTICAL BLACKSMITH
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THÉ
STATE OK OREGON, IN AND FOR
THE COUNTY OF COOS;
J. A. Collier,
Suit in eq
uity to fore-
A. P. Campbell and Roths c l o s e
child A Hadenfeidt, a mortgage.
To A. P. Campbell and Rothschild A
Hadenfeidt, a corporation, the above
IN THE NAME OF TH E STATE OF
M A C H IN E S H O P ,
Special Attention Giuen to All Kinds of Lathe Work.
A mass meeting of the Democrats
of Coos county has been called to
meet st the court house in Coquille
City at ten o ’clock in tho forenoon
on Thursday, March 15th, 1907.
It is desired that at least one from
each precinct should be present.
J. J. S t a n l e y ,
Chairman County Central
Mvrtle Point Oregon.
at their real value.
One Price only on each Grade
We carry a complete line of Pianos, Organs, Piano-Players,
Talking Machines, Sheet music and Musical Merchandise.
Everything Sold on Easy Payments.
W. R. Haines Music Co.,
L. H. PEARCE
Lone Star Restauran
Train Nurses in Attendance.
F or Further P articulars Address
A . .
Call at the O. K . Creamery and let
me make you a price on the best
and cheapest engine on the market
¡l» U I H i
Is the l>«st known
Linement for Rhea*
matism, Pains Aches
and all such diseases.
K, K. K.
Licorice Liver Laxative, the beet
Warts and Ringworms
Price 50 cents.
without pains or the
T,oss of appetite always results' bowel cleaDBer.
from faulty digestion.
All that is For sale by R. S. Knowlton, Co
Try these Remedies
needed is a few doses of Chamber quille City; C. Y, Iiowe, Handon.
an 1 he convinced,
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
Robinson has just got In another
For eale at all Drug-
They will invigorate the stomach, | shipment of 500 yards of that 16-
etores in the County.
strengthen th>- digestion and givt. y uds-for-tbe-dollar outting flannel.
Or r»n be obtained
from the Manufacturer.
you an appetite like a wolf. ThekQi '
Ruij.no more washing powder 5
Tn'd ts also act as a gentle la x t^
ints u package Rt Rohinsoq’s »tore
tiva. For Bale by R 8. Knowlton.
Stomach Troubles and Constipation
High Grade, Popular price or Commercial Piono,
J - G - F is h
Coos Bay and
O i a i i n ’.i: Mass
CARRYING REGULAR STOCK
0J Standard and Established Goods, where eash Instru
ment is sold according to its intrinsic value. We sell gou a
and BOX FACTORY
Str. M. F. Plant,
land, and adjosning the town of
Myrtle Point, Coos county, Oregon,
and J mile from creamery. Forty-
fivo acres of bottom land improved
and in good state of cultivatiion; 5
acres slashed, burned and newly
seeded; hill land is all good for pas
ture; 3 acres of orchard in good
eari bngcondition and different var
ieties of fruit. House, barn and
other buildings. While we have «
number of other dairy farms for
sale, yet this is ono of the best bar.
gains, as the location is all that
could be desired, being near town
school and creamery. This is cer
tainly a bargain for some progres
sive dairyman. Price $7,500.
BUY PIANOS OF. DEALERS
You and each of you are hereby noti
fied that you are required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
In the above entitled suit within six
w eeks from the date of ihe Arst publica
Representatives of Domestic Sewing Machines for Coos and Curry Co s
tion of this summons, tow it: within six
weeks from March 7, 190b, and if you
fail to appear on or before the last day
of the time prescribed In the order of
S u ccessor to the Cbas. O rlssenand A ia go Music Co.,
publication to-witt April 18th, 1906,
judgment will be taken againBt you, for
Phone, Main, 905,
want thereof, for the relief demanded
in the complaint, a succinct statement
of which is as follow s:
First: That there l>e adjudged to be MANUFACTURERS of Butter Boxes, Cubes, Apple anil Fruit Boxes
Cabinets, Tables, Counters, Store Fronts, cto.
due and owing plaintiff from defendant
A. P. Campbell the sum of $250 and
Turning Work a Specialty.
All Orders given
interest thereon at the rate of 8 per cent
per annum since January 30th, 1904,
on the promissory note in complaint
set forth, for an attorney fee of $50, and
M e a ls at all H ours
for his costs and disbursements in this Pirat-Clash
From 5 a m to 9 P M,
C o a lo e
Second: That a certain moi
M y rt le P oint, Ore.
dated January 30, 1004, securing
promissory note, be foreclosed and the
property described therein, to-wit: lot
A complete stock of Harness, Saddles, Collars, etc., always
5 in block 58 in Elliott’s Addition to the
on hand. Also carry a stock of tents, wagons covers, horse
town of Coquille City, now the city Jof
Coquille, in Coos county ¡Oregon, lie sold
M R S C. O. G ILK EY, Proprietoresa
covers, lap robes and everything usually found in a first
in the manner provided by law, the pro
S p e c ia l A tte n tio n G iv en
ceeds be applied to the payment of costs R eason a b le R ate to
of this suit, said sale, including said at
to C o m m e to la l P e o p le
R egu la r B oarders
torney fee and the sums found to he due
plaintiff herein, and that all persons
claiming under him subsequent to the
execution of said mortgage lie barred
D R . W E T M O R E ’S
and foreclosed of all right, claim and
equity of redemption in said premises
Third—That the overplus, if any there
lie, lie paid into this court to await the
further order thereof, and for such other
and further relief as the court may
deem meet and equitable.
Service of this summons is made by
publication in pursuance of an order
made by L. Harlocker as countv judge
/ om prepared to treat all
Accepted throughout the civilized world
of Coos county, Oregon, dated March
7th, 1906, directing that service there
Medical and Surgical Cases.
as the most universally satisfactory il
of be made by publication iu the Co
quille Herald, a newspaper published
luminant for all purposes.
at the city of Coquille,
county, once each week for a period of
Cleanest, Most Convenient, and the
S p e c i a l R a t e s m a d e fot* f l c e o u o h e .
A. J. SHERWOOD,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
CHEAPEST light known.
'T o w e r & S o n .
Horse h oeing, Wagon Making, and All Kinds of Forge Work.
.dr. Morse, of the local lighting
system, announces in this issue of
the H ekald , that he will pay a re
ward of $50.00 for information that
will lead to the arrest and convic
tion of those who may be so igno
rant, or possessed of so much cus
sedness as to interfere in any way
with his transmission lines or ap
This is a move in the right direc
tion and it is to be hoped that it
will result in the rounding up of a
F o r sale at R o b in s o n ’ s Store
few examples of the miscreants who
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Or. C. W. Tower.
Iliac R. Tower
four sisters to mourn their loss.
throwing wires over the lines,
The funeral services were con
shooting insulators, etc.
ducted Monday by Rev. Thomas
This is a type of meanness that
Barklow and the remains interred
is indescribably contemptible.
in the cemetery at Enchanted
is more so than snenkthievory,
Prairie, a host of friends being pres
The snenkthief expects to profit in
ent to pay their Inst tribute of re Property of E v e ry D e scrip
some way by his spoils but this
spect to the departed.— Myrtle
other class of skunks do themselves
no good, while they work great in.
jury and inconvenience to others
IMione Main 3^1— Office Lockhart &
But to compare them to skunks is
The undersigned hereby an
but to insult the skunks.
At Hood River last llallow'een a nounces himself ns a candidate for MARSHFIELD, -
wire was thrown over the lino and the Republican nomination for the
ruined the dynamo and enmo near office of County Surveyor of Coos J ^ ^ T h c Oregon Coal
Nav Q o 'a jffl
killing the attendant.
The recent county, subject to the decision of
burning out of the dynamo at our the Republican voters at the pri
plant is the result of several heavy mary election on April 20, 1906.
Capt. N elson , M a stei,
A. N. G ould .
short circuits that have been thrown
Will make regular trips between
on the lines lately by this class of
For County Judge.
vandals, and it is to bo hoped that
all good citizens will bear with the
I announce myself ns a candidate
most patience they cun command
for nomination for the office o f
the inconvenience they have been
County Judge of Coos county, sub This Steamer is very steady at sea and
put to and aid in every possible way ject to the approval of the electors her passenger accommodations are all
in bringing to book at least one of
of (he Democratic party at the pri new, clean and sweet, opening out on
these nuisances that he may be mary election to bn held April 20, deck and having only two berths in a
made an example of.
Very superior Second Class.
The penalty for this offense iB
Fare, 1st Class, $10. 2nd Class, $6.
J. H . C ecil .
severe, a fine of $50 to $500 and
F. 8. D O W , A g en t.
W . C. R ose, A gt.,
imprisonment from 0 months in the
C oqu ille.
Dairy Farm for Sale
county jail to two years iu state
prison, and should be handed out
IF YOU ARE
A fine dairy farm containing 70
liberally at the first conviction.
acres of bottom land 23 acres of bill
The notion that foreign immigra
tion promotes crime gets a setback
from Massachusetts statistics.
the last ten years the population
there has increased 20 per cent,
mostly foreign immigrants while the
number of prison inmates has de
creased. The Springfield Republic
attributes the advance in morality
to the public schools.
j. T. HARTLEY,
Dr. W ETMORE,
That furnished by tho
R IV ER
class and up to date in every respect.
The rates place it within reach of all
FRANK MORSE, Prop, COQUILLE, ORE.
Phone H I.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, IN AND FOE
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fSnit in equity for
Barbery Ellen Ward, I divorce.
TO BARBERY ELLEN WARD, the above
In the Name of the State o f Oregon:
Yon are hereby notified that you are re
quired to appear and answer the complaint
filed against you in the above entitled suit
in which Paris Ward is plaintiff and you,
Barbery Ellen Ward, are defendant, within
six weeks from the date o f the first publi
cation o f this summons, to-wit: Within six
weeks from the 14th day of February, 1906,
the same being the date o f the first publi
cation o f this summons; and if you fail to
appear and answer on or before the 28th
day o f March, 1906, «he same being the
last day of the time prescribed in the order
for publication thereof, a judgment will
be taken against yon for want thereof, and
plaintiff will apply to the court for the re
lief demanded in his complaint, a succinct
statement o f which is as follows: That the
marriage contract now existing between
you and plaintiff be dissolved and held for
Service o f this summons in made by pub
lication in pursuance of an order made by
L. Harlocker, County Judge for Coos
County, Oregon, dated the 10th day of
February, 1906, and directing publication
of the same in t.he Coquille H e r ald , a
weekly newspaper published at the city of
Coquille, in said Coos county, Oregon, once
a week for a period o f six weeks.
A. .T. SHERWOOD,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
D E A L E R IN
Flooring, Rustic and all kinds o f Finishings and Mouldings
Constantly on hand.
romptly 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
Now is the time
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the mi-
(lersigiieil lias been duly appointed ad-
ministratrix of the Estate of Benjamin
Figg, deceased, by the County Court
for Coos county, Oregon, and that ail
persons having claims against said
estate are hereby notified to present the
same, duly verified, to the undersigned
at the office of A. J. Sher-vood, in the
City of Coquille, Coos county, Oregon,
witliin six months from the date of this
Dated this 30th day of January, 1906,
CATH ARIN E FIGG,
Administratrix of the
Estate of Benjamin
Simplex Hand Separators |
and get them installed ready for the
► coming season.
The Simplex is very simple in construction, easy
to operate, easy to dean and extremely light running
Any small BOY or GIRL can do the separating with
FINAL SETTLEM ENT.
Notice i, horohy given that the under
signed has filed in the county court for
Coos county, Oregon, his final account in
the matter of tho Administration of the
Estate of Elvina Root, deceased: and that
said court has act Thursday, the loth day
of March, l'.ll)«, as the day forbearing el>
jections to said acoount and the settlement
of said estate.
Dated this 13th day of Febrvary, 1906.
H IS FULLY GUARANTEED to do as perfect separa
tion as any SEPARATOR made.
It will cost you nothing to give it a trial and once
installed it will save you time and money as well as
IF YOU SHOULD NEED A SEPARATOR let us know
and we will gladly put one in on trial.
N O T IC E
Notice is hereby given that the follow- 1
ing number« and brands of logs, to w it:
B. I,., 1; M., 2, I.. \V., 4; K „ 1, o ld ;
H . 8., 1 ; (H ) I,o ld : a, 1, old; I, 1, old:
D. F-, 1, old; J. C., 1, old, have Hoated
upon C. H . Butler's farm which the
undersigded hss rented, anil unless the
same are removed witliin 30 days from
this date shall remove and sell same.
Dated March 3, 190«.
pONiXICK B iasca .
T. H. MEHL
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