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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1906)
\Vherean the Secretary of State of
The masquerade ball, given by
Now York, March 20.—John D.
Since the acquittal of Pat Crowe
the State of Oregon haa notified me the W. O. W. on St. Patrick’s Day Rockefeller, the richest man iti the the city of Omaha probably needs
in writing that pursuant to the pro- was a great success in every way, world, is worrying himself into a no curfew law to induce parents to
Walter Culin, M. D.
viaious of an Aot entitled "An Act there being a large attendance of state bordering ou insanity in his keep their children off the streets
P h y s ic ia n a n d S ukokok
making effective the initiative and both maskers and spectators. Fol- heavily-guarded home at Lakewood, at night.
CoquiLi.i C i t y , O rk .
referendum provisions of Section 1 lowing is a list of the prizes given N. J.. his friends fear today, while
Carries a full and complete stock of
According to the
of Article IV of the Constitution of by our merchants, and those who his daughter, Mra Charles A. Strong,
Next Door to P. (
the State of Oregon, and regulating were successful in winning them:
wife of the Columbia University Americans eat too much and too
elections thereunder, and providing Fattest M a n -W H Schroe-
professor, is in France attended by fast. Perhaps they are trying to
penalties for violations of provisions
der, 1 pair cuff buttons.......$2 00 i the greatest specialists, who are become satisfied before the prices
J. J. STANLEY
of this act,’’ approved February
striving to cure her of the strange of food mount much higher.
C O Dryden.
24tb, 1903, a oommittee of citizena Fattest Woman—T H Mehl &
delusion that she will die a pauper.
A Russian Prince was fined $750
of Clackamas County, C, W. Kerns
Co, 1 hand decorated vase... 3 00
The delusion seems to grow on
for kicking a porter.
being the chairman thereof, duly
Mrs Z C Strang.
her, despite the certainty that her
the price bus been fixed, those who
COQUILLI, O bbooh
filed in his office on January 22ndf Ugliest Man—Wilson Jewelry
inheritance out of her father’s vast
have money will consider it small
1906, an initiative petition contain
Co, leatherette collar and cuff
fortune can scarcely be short of
for the pleasure.
ing 7761 signatures, properly at
box........................................... 2 50 $50,000,000.
A. J. S her wood,
tached to a copy of said measures,
8. W. Johnson.
Mr. Rockefeller’s condition is due
None of the states ¡ire disputing
A ttorn kt at -L a w ,
certified in accordance with law, de Ugliest Woman— Mrs M Nos
n a large measure, to his daugh that Louisiana, as Secretary Hitch
N otart P ublio ,
manding that a proposed law, the
ier, glove box......................... 2 50 ters (neotal state, his friends aav, cock says, leads all other states in * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
title, tenor and effect of which is
and worry over her is as much to the land frauds discovered.
hereinafter particularly set forth, Slimest Man — Rose’s|^Confeo-
be blan.ed as worry over the process Oregon is not looking out for her *
shall be submitted to the legal
tionery, smoker’s set............. 2 50 servers who have haunted his steps laurels.
voters of the State of Oregon for
and made him take to his beautiful
T. T. LAND, Proprietor.
The latest reports say that Mr.
A ttornkt - at -L a w ,
their approval or rejection at the Slimest Woman— Mrs Moon, 1
country residence, which in n state
general election to be held in said
N otart P u b lic ,
pair lady’s gloves................ .1 50 of armed siege. He is also distress
Naples. He has probably sought *
state on the 4th day of June, being
ed over the illness of his brother.
Card rooms *
the shadow ot Vesuvius for the *
the firat Monday in June, 1906.
Best Sustained Character, lady
Now, Therefore, I, Geo. E. Cham-
— Strang’s Store, pair shoes..3 00
affairs at borne.
(Tips on the Race of Life.)
Oregon, in obedience to the pro Best Sustained Character, gen
A bstracter of T itlbs
visions of said act herein before
tleman- -T T Land, 1 box
A New York chemist states that *
O o q u il l r C r r r , O r *
first mentioned, do hereby make
cigars.........................................2 50 heart beats when you think there’s
Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Cigars and Tobacco.
he can manufacture fiom chemicals *
a chance to get the money.
and issue this proclamation to the
a cock tail that can’t be told from *
people of the State of OregoD, an Comical Costume, lady,— D H
the real article. This is an unneces *
Hall & Hall,
nouncing that the said committee
Johnson, ham.........................2 00 started by trivialities. The majority
sary work however for few persons * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
A ttorn btb - at - L aw ,
of grave battles result from the fact
of citizens of Clackamas county,
have ever tasted any other th in the
Dottier in K kal E btatr o f *11 kin d *.
that attractive woman is likely to be
Oregon, C. W. Kerns being the Comical Costumb, gentleman—
M a rs h fie ld , O r e g o n .
Chairman of said committee, has
M McDonald, 1 shave and
trouble begins when two or more
filed said initiative petition with the
General Grosvenor who took ex
men admire her at the game time. ception to the expression ‘‘stand
There are other fights but a woman’s pat” and denoun ced it an derived
thereto attached, demanding that Oldest Married couple—C M
influence is usuallw at the root of from a disreputable source said of
j all belligerency.
Mrs Lou Linegar and Mrs
legal electors of the State of Oregon
his owu campaign in Ohio, “ The
LUNCHEON— The difference be- cards are stacked and I nm not al
for their approval or rejection at
j tween luncheon and lunch is goner- lowed to cut.”
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
the regular election to be held on Youngest Married Couple—
VI a r s h y ir l d , O r b o o n .
! ally about §2.50.
Enterprise Meat Co, meat or
the 4th day of June, 1906, said day
A French woman is coming over
HOLD— There are many kinds
lard ............... ........................ 2 00
being the first Monday in said
F ro n t Stre e t,
of holds; a ship has a hold; a pail to t:iia country to study the cause
Lentner Gallier and Chas,
month, a bill to propose by initiative
E. D. 8perry.
w ■ 0* Cha»e.
hold water; a fellow may hold his of ti, ■ declining beauty of tho Amer
C O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N .
petition a bill entitled "A bill to
girl; some stories won’t hold to- ican woman and to take such rem
Handsomest Costume, gentle
SPERRY & CHASE,
w o r k : g u a r a n t f f d
man—C M A M Co, shoes
3 50 g e t l i o r ; o o r p o r n t i n n s c a n n o t b n l .l ediable measures In improve and
for the abolinbment of tolls on the
restore it as may be necessary.
Mount Hood and Barlow Road, and
eryone wants to hold his position; This is the nows that comes by way
providing for the purchase of the Handsomest Costume, lady—
OfBoe in llo b in e in B aild in R ,
a pretty girl tries to hold every of Paris where the Gibson girl lias
Name by the State of Oregon,’’ the
° re* °n-
body’s attention; business men hold become the fashionable ideal of all
tenor and effect of which in brief is
up; trolley cars never do, etc.
to direct the Secretary of State to Most Original Character, gen
purchase the Mount Hood and
It looks now us though the Beef
£. G. 0. Holden,
Just to P lea se the P atient
Barlow Road from the Pacific Ab
Trust was to suffer less from Gov
L aw tbb ,
stract, Guaranty A Trust Company,
Patient (to pretty n urse)—Will ernmental investigation than from
0 . 8 . Com m issioner, G eneral Insoranee
the owner thereof, for a sum not Smallest Man— F S Slagle,
the rapidly increasing number of
you be my wife when I recover?
labor, will clean and press a
b fketto k
A gent, and N otary P u b lie. Offio*
exceeding $24,00000, and to de
vegetarians. The simple discovery
suit of clothes.
in R ob in eon B u ildin g.
liver to said company before the 1st
P j* t
that rheumatism, headaches and
Patient—Then you love me?
day of September, 1906, or as soon
C o q u ille , O r e g o n .
Pretty nurse—Oh no; that’s mere
Saddle Horses of best quality alwnjs on hand. Good Rigs in redi-
as said bill may become a law, a Tallest Man —R E Nosier, one
ly a part of the treatment. I must ber of porter house steaks left out ncss for special trips. In fact, a general Stogo and Livery business
shave and hair cut.
warrant upon the State Treasurer
keep my patients cheerful. I prom of the daily menu is the roost ser
Accommodations for Taveling men a specialty
payable out of any moneys in the
ised this morning to run away with ious menace that the packers have Leave Coquille at 6 a. m., arriving at Roseburg at 10 p. m. Fare $5.50
A. F. Kir8hman,
general fund of the State of Oregon
a married man who had lost both to face.
Port Orford Tribune.
not appropriated in favor of said
D bn tist .
E. H. Russell has been appointed
A bill has been introduced in
corporation for the sum of $24,000.
postmaster of Illahe, Oregon, and
Congress providing for the removal
00, upon delivery to the said Sec-
Office two d oors South o f Post office.
Fifth M an C aptured
took charge about two months ago.
of duty on all works of art brought
retary ot Slate of a deed conveying
to the State of Oregon said road,
Bisbee, Arizona, Mar. 20.— K. S. into this country, including oil
together with all rights, franchiaes few days in this vicinity looking for j g iropkiDg) tfce fifth man wanted for paintings, water colors, pastels,
Governor Stuenenberg assas- original drawings and sketches, en
anil privileges of every kiud and oil, as near the harbor as possible.
character pertaining thereto, and H* has found a place that suits him, | gination tria, wi8 al.re(jted while gravings, etchings and statuary.
A private hospital for the care and treatment of medical, surgical
hs soon as the title to said road is but tho price per acre is more than 1 crossing from Mexico to Naco this If it succeeds, us its
He will ex" j morning and was jailed at Tomb- friends anticipate, the United States
and obstetrical cases. Equipment new and modem
Str. D I S P A T C H
conveyed to the stale all tolls of he is willing to pay.
Tom W hite, Master
every kind and character are to be amine further, and if suitable 8tone> awraiting extradition. He fled will be ou the way for the time in
in every particular.
.10 A-M. abolished and said road free to the grounds can be obtained, he will, Ugt to Mexico from here two weeks its history to become the borne of
B a n d on ........ 7 a - m . | Coquille.
Bandon . . 4 P M.
C on u ille
in 30 days commence boring.
use of the public.
nowlton’s Drug Sir
C1IJIJILLE ÜIVEÍ STEAMBOAT CO
Connect« at Coquille with train for Marsh field
and steamer K-’ho for M yrtle Point.
A meeting was held ot Port Or
ford Wednesday, to confer again
with Mr. Newton, the right-of-way
Favorable promises were
made iu some instances to be de
cided by the route of the survey.
E. W. Jeosen was selected to rep
resent Port Orford at a meeting to
be held soon at Gold Beach, where
Residents of Island Protest
an effort will be made to bare the
Washington, March 21.— The people of this county unite upon
President and Congressmen have definite plan of action.
received letters from the Isle of
An Exceptional Sentence.
Pines, protesting against the pend
ing treaty, which will perfect the
Los Angeles, Match 20.—Edward
title of Cuba to the island.
B. Thomas, an ex-United States For
declare that they are American citi
est Inspector, was today convicted
zens, and that the island belongs to
on the charge of having issued
They demand con
fraudulent vouchers and sentenced
to three yearg in the penitentiary
Done at the Capitol at Salem,
this Fifth day of February, A. D ,
G eo . E. C hamberlain ,
F. I . D u n b a r ,
Secretary of State.
Str. F A V O R I T E
J . C. Moomaw, Master,
•( 'oqnille........ 7 a m . | Bandon. .10:45 a - m .
Bandon .......... 1 P-M. | Coquille. 4:45 P-M.
S tr. E C H O
H. Jam «. Master.
M y r t le P o iu t . . .7 a - m . | oqui'Je C’ y 9 30 a - m .
Coquille C ity . .1 p - m . | M yitie P ’t ..4 00 p - m .
Daily except Sunday.
The iftfe and reliable tiwn-
t JtT ’ l’he New and Speedy,
S tr. E liz a b e th
C. P. Jensen. Master.
Will make regular trip* between
Coquille R iv e r and S a n
F r a n c is c o .
ITo Stop-over at W ay Porta.
Electiic Light*. Everything in Firat
IF YOU ARE
THINK! N G
A . .
Physical Culture and Expres
Mayor Ballinger, of Seattle, has
always claimed that he had no
power to close cigar-store slot ma
chines or stop dice games for
smokes and drinks, but in the final
hours of his administration it comes
to him like a revelation that he has
He has fully
prove<] that he was mistaken by do-
Mrs. Wootton, of tho Columbia
College of Expression, Chicago, will
take a limited number of pupils.
Apply at N. E. corner 2nd floor
of school building between 4 and 5
o’clock p. m.
ing the things that for two years
he insisted could not be done.
Is this a deathbed repentance or
merely a spiteful way o f strewing
thorns in the path Mayor.elect
M oore must tread?— OregoniaD.
S L Apple, ex probate judge,
Ottawa co., Kansas, writes: ‘‘This
is to say that I have used Bullard’s
Horehound Syrup for years, aud
that I do not hesitate to recom
mend it as the best cough syrup I
have ever used.”
25c, 50c and
$1.00. R 8 Knowlton.
• -• » »
Stomach Troubles and Constipation
Loss of appetite always results
from faulty digestion.
All that is
needed is a few doses of Chamber
lain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They will invigorate the stomach,
strengthen the digestion and give
you an appetite like a wolf. These
Tablets also act as a gentle laxa
tive. For Ml* by R S Knowlton,
and to pay fines aggregating ¡$7000.
Killed By Snowslide
He was found guilty on 10 counts.
The amouBt of Thomas’ alleged
Silvertoo, Colo., March 20.—
fraudulent vouchers was less tliaD
! Superintendent Ryer of the Shen
$ 200 .
andoah mine, on the east slope of
- «•> •
King Solomon mountain, lour miles
Keep the little ones healthy and
from tbia town, telephones that a happy.
Their tender, sensitive
I snow elide occurred there at 11:30, liodies require gentle, healing rem
Owing to the change of manage
killing twelve men.
Their bodies edies. Hollister’s Rockv Mountain ment of the Coquille Mill A Mer
Tea will keep them strong and well.
have bees recovered.
35 cents. Tea or tablets.
R. S. cantile Co., it kindly requests its
patrons whose bills are due to call
$15 to $30 per week
« «» a -------— -
Including room, board, general nursing and drugs.
Miss S. C. Lakeman, Matron.
The best Cough Syrup.
Successor to W
Robinson has completed shelving j
67 dozen of the Brown Shoe Com-1
They are up-to-dafe .
in style and finish, in fart the most
"nifty” lot of shoes ever brought to
wn. Call and see ’em.
H . M a n s e ll.
W IL L M E E T A L L B O A T S A N D T R A I N S .
All orders handled with carefulness snd expedience.
A three-disc Hancock plow w ill
be sold nt a bargain, algo a span of
young horpes well broke.
at this office.
A g e n t fo r th e b e s t C o o s C o u n ty C o a l
S HORSFALL HOSPITAL
MISS L. G GOULD. SUPERINTENDENT.
A private H o sp ital w e ll 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.
Duprey’s Celery Headache Pow.
T ra in e d N u rs e s in A tte n d an ce .
ders, give instant relief. Price 25 j
cents. R. 8. Knowlton, Coquille ‘
City; C. Y. Lowe, Bandon.
Full stock of A. A. Cutter shoes |