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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1906)
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23: No. 29.
Filtered h b becoml-clu* matter May
H, 1905, at the poatoffice at Coquille,
Oregon, under act of Congress of March
Walter Culm, M. D.
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COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, W E D N E S D A Y , APRIL 4, 1906.
$40,000 Hotel on Plot B.
A great hotel, to coat $40,000 will
be erected on Plat B. It will be
located on the block bounded by
Sherman Avenue, Newmark street,
Sutherland Avenue and Commer
cial street. It’s name will be Hotel
Bowers, and construction will be
gin as soon as the block can be pre
pared, that work commencing today.
The capital interested will be main
ly from Salt Lake City.
Waite and Major Kinney will also
be interested. Plans for the build
ing are already in hand. The new
hotel will be finished and furnished
in the most modern style of thor
oughly up-to-date hostolry and will
furnish the sort of accommodations
of which the Bay is now destitute.
The rooms will be large, light and
airy aud the plans show a most con
venient and modern arrangement of
e.erything connected with the build
They were prepared under
the direction of two of the most ex
perienced and successful hotel men
of the Northwest, who have pro
fited by their observations in the
best houses of the country.
building will be 180 feet in length,
in the form of a double T, and the
total width will be 100 feet. Every
energy will be used to push this
building to completion, and it is
expected that meals will be served
in the wing first to be finished, in
about three months. In view of iho
prospects for this summer, nothing
is worse needed than more hotels,
and the developments on Plat B in
dicate that no better or more cen
tral point could be selected.— Coast
Cake Oppoosed to Trusts.
Every combination of capital
known as a trust should be placed
under the ban of the law, not only
should trust corporation themselves
E . D . S p erry.
W . C . Chase.
be barred from doing business, but
SPERRY & CHASE,
the individuals responsible for the
combinations should be punished
Attorneys a t-L a « .
by law, says H. M. Cake, candidate
Office in Bekinsoa B nildiag,
for United States Senator.
There is probably no man in the
state o f Oregon more pronounced
in his opinions on this subject than
Mr. Cake, as evidenced by his ac
E. G. D. Holden,
aDd past utterances.
He is not the attorney for, is not
D. 8. Commissioner, Oenerel Inaurano
interested in, nor does he represent,
Agent, and Notary Pnblio. Offlee
directly or indirectly, any trust.
in Bobin son Building.
He believes in the absolute free
C oqu ille, Oregon.
dom of competition in all lines of
business— Ihe preservations of the
equal rights of the entire citizenship
of the country free from interfer
A. F. Kir8hman,
ence by combinations of capital.
D entist .
Mr. Cake is a firm believer in the
right of the American workingman
Offioe tyro doors Booth o f Post ofBo«.
to protect himself by means of labor
organizations against the oppres
sions of organized capital.
The great common people of the
can depend upon it that
COQUILLE RIVES STEAM30AT CO
Mr. Cake is friendly to their inter
ests, for he is one of the common
Str. D I S P A T C H
Tom White, Maater
He is friendly to every section
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Connecta at Coquille with train for Marahfield
elected to the Senate, will do every
and ateauer E jho for Myrtle Point.
thing he can for the development
Str. F A V O R I T E
and prosperity of all Oregon.
J. C. Moomaw. Master,
New Steamer For
Note and Comment.
Whereas the Secretary of State of
A great many people in this coun
State of Oregon has notifiod me
A new steamer is to be built by
in writing that pursuant to the pro
Swayne & Hoyt to go on the Ban- as for plenty of it,
visions of an Act entitled “ An Act
don-San Francisco run this sum
effective the initiative and
mer. Tne boat will be built at the
Kruse shipyard on Coos Bay and is trying to collect tbo facts for the referendum provisions of Section 1
is expected that she will be launch article which he published severnl of Article IV of the Constitution of
the State of Oregon, and regulating
ed by the first of July and ready weeks ago.
elections thereunder, und providing
for servioe by August 1st. The
In the recent operation in the
steaner will be 167 ft. 2 in, long: Philippines, the majority of Ur. penalties for violations of provisions
beam 35 f t 4} in;depth of hold l i f t Leonard Woods patients succumbed. of this act," approved February
24th, 1903, a committee of citizens
9 in . She will be fitted with com
Clackamas County, C. W. Kerns
pound engines 14 and 32, boiler
Secretrry of War Taft has been
11} x 10^ to carry 160 lbs. of steam. offered a place Gn the Supreme being the chairman thereof, duly
She will have a carrying capacity of Bench, and eztru «uncos are being filed in his office on January 22nd,
1906, an initiative petition contain
1000 tons on ten to eleven feet put in.
ing 7761 signatures, properly at
to a copy of said measures,
The steamer will be Darned the
“ Caso” and will cost $60,000. She her women friends, about the only certified in accordance with law, de
will be oil burner and will carry no chance he hAs to open his mouth is manding that a proposed law, the
title, tenor and effect of which is
passengers. She will load at the when he yawns.
hereinafter particularly set forth
Aberdeen mill and will take the
The report that one thousand dol
product of the Cody Lumber Co. lar counterfeit bills are in circula shall be submitted to the legal
voters of the State of Oregon for
tion starts all the country editors
their approval or rejection at the
Living indoors so much during to examining their bills.
general election to be held in said
the winter months creates a sort of
state on the 4th day of June, being
a stuffy, want-of-ozone condition in
the first Monday in June, 1906.
the blood and system generally. zine says “ Something ougbt to bo
Now, Therefore, I, Geo. E. Cham
Clean up and get ready for spring. done to save the country.’’
Take a few Early Risers. These is all right but let us not have too berlain, Governor of the State of
famous little pills cleanse the liver, many cooks monkeying with the Oregon, in obedience to the pro
stomach and bowels and give the
visions of said act herein before *
blood a chance to purify itself. salvation broth.
first mentioned, do hereby make *
They relieve headache, sallow com
The only thing that stands in the and issue this proclamation to the
plexion, etc. Sold by R. 8. Knowl-
_____ way of a perfect agreement between people of the State of OrogOD, an *
the coal miners and operators is nouncing that the said committee
Ashland Normal Notes.
the unwillingness of each side to of citizens of Clackamas county,
view the matter from the standpoint Oregon, C. W. Kerne being the
Miss Anna Colvig, of Grants Pass,
of the other.
Chairman of said committee, has
visited thu Normal Wednesday.
filed said initiative petition with the
Mr. Robt. Jonas, of Independ
It is reported that J. Pierpont
ence, entered the Normal this week. Morgan dropped several hints to
thereto attached, demanding that í
He is a former student of this school the Pope in regard to Catholic af
there sha'l be submitted to the
and will complete the course of fairs in America.
It is safe to
legal electors of the State of Oregon
study in the senior class. A class assume that he also dropped auother
for their approval or rejection at
in vertical writing has been orga contribution in the plate.
tlm regular election to be held
nized by Mr. Jonas to especially fill
4th day of Juue, 1906, said day
the needs of prospective touchers
understand the Railway Rate ques being the first Monday in said
for the ensuing year.
month, a bill to propose by initiative
Mr. A. C. Jennings, of Eugene, tion but as long as the railroads
petition a bill entitled “ A bill to $
a candidate for the office of State
proposo by initiative petition a law
Normal safe in supporting it.
f , - , '.I t -, u l i ' i U r L ^ - u t u l l o l l s O H l i l t
Wednesday. Mr. Jennings made a
In excavating in Wall street, Mount Hood and Barlow Road, and
brief speech to the students in the
New York, gold was discovered. providing for the purchase of the
There is no cause for excitement in same by the State of Oregon," the
Mrs. Cora Diedricks, who has this though. Every time a plumber
been teaching iu Grants Pass, is excavates for a leaking pipe he
taking up the professional work in strikes gold.
the Training Department.
A Delaware woman serving a sen
It is encouraging to note the in
creasing interest which is manifest tence for murder asks to be par
in the Athena Literary Society. doned on the ground that prison
The meeting of last Friday was well life does not agree with her.
attended. The program in part was request should be granted and an
Instrumental duett, investigation started.
Mieses Poley and Kingkade; vocal
sketch, Miss Belson; vocal solo,
Miss Beebe; debate, “ Resolved that
Large Combinations are a Greater
Menace to the Industrial World
than Labor Unions.”
tive side won. Those on the nega
tive aide were MisB Robinson and
The President stood sponsor for
the lately arrived son of his private
secretary the other day and the
clergyman could scarcely credit his
hearing when it was announced
that the child was to be called Wil
A Pittsburg judge who was called
upon to decide on Sunday closing
laws has decided that tobacco is a
necessity and that ice cream is not.
This could never have occurred in
those states in which women have a
W a t c h m a k e r and
tenor and effect of which in brief is
to direct the Secretary of State to
purchaso the Mount Hood and
Barlow Road from the Pacific Ab
stract, Guaranty & Trust Company,
the owner thereof, for a sum not
B. F E N T O N
exceeding $24,000.00, and to de
P ro p
liver to said company before the 1st
Saddle Horses of best quality always on hand. Good Rigs in Ti di
day of September, 1906, or ns soon
for special trips. In fact, a general Stage and Livery business.
as said bill may become a law, a
Accommodations for Taveliug men a specialty
warrant upon the State Treasurer
payable out of any moneys in the Leave Coquille at 6 a. m., arriving at Roseburg at 10 p. m. Fare $5.50
general fund of the State of Oregon
not appropriated in favor of said
corporation for the sum of #24,000.-
00, upon delivery to the said Sec
retary ol State of a deed conveying
to the State of Oregon said road,
together with all rights, franchises
and privileges of every kind and
A private hospital for the care and treatment of medical, surgical
character pertniniug thereto, and
as soon as the title to said road is
and obstetrical cases. Equipment new and modern
conveyed to the state all tolls of
in every particular.
every kind and character are to be
abolished and said road free to the
use of the public.
Done at tbe Capitol at Salem,
Including room, board, general nursing and drugs.
this Fifth day of February, A, D
G eo . E. C ham berlain ,
F. I. D unbar ,
Secretary of State.
M AR SH FIELD
The chapel exercises of the past
week have been excellent. On Mon
day Miss Doughty read an article
entitled “ The Civil War in Poetry
On Tuesday Prof.
Mulkey gave in his inimitable style
a review of E. Eggleston’s popular
An Englishman announces as im
book, “ The Hoosier Schoolmaster.” portant his discovery that common
After Mr. Jenning’s talk on deal wood furnishes a stimulating
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Wednesday, Prof. Mulkey gave the and nutritious diet.
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The Coos Bay A Eastern Railroad studeots an account of his visit to breakfast food manufacturers have
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yards are very busy these days. the celebrated ostrich farm in Pasa long been trying to convince us of
Str. E C H O
the same thing.
Manager Chandler is pushed to the dena.
H. Jains. Maater.
“ Teaching from a Professional
limit handling the large influx of
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M y rtleP oiu t...7 a -«. I oquills C’ y 9 SO a - h ,
Judgo “ A u d i” Hamilton has re P h y sica l Culture and E xp rès
lumber. New rolling stock consist Standpoint” was the subject of Miss
Coqullle City. .1 F-n. I Myitis F t . . 4 00 F-*
turned from Paris to New York
ing of a locomotive and 40 flat c >rn Kaiser's talk on Thursday.
Daily except Sunday.
Mrs. Wootton, of the Columbia
jpg^The safe and reliable tiw n -^ d i
the road will be taxed night and was interesting sud instructive. positively to talk. He is probably College of Expression, Chicago, will
day for the balance of the year His subject was “ Conscience —What afraid that he might inadvertently take a limited number of pupils,
£ ^ T T h e New and Speedy,
S u c c e s s o r t o W H . M ansell.
Apply at N. E. corner 2nd floor
tell what became of that $1,354,000
moving the freight offered.
The is it.?"
•team schooners Noyo and Marsh
S tr. E liz a b e th
The Congressional held their
o’clock p. m.
WILL MEET ALL BOATS AND TRAINS.
field will run here steadily carrying regular meeting Friday evening. lative expenses.”
C. P. Jensen, Matter.
out lumber for Alfred Johnson, An excellent program was rendered.
All orders handled w ith carefulness and ex p ed ien ce
Will make regular trips between
F or Sale.
while four or five windjammers will
Coquille River and San run regularly so things will certain
A three-disc Hancock plow will 1
of the Railway Rate Bill has ar- j
be sold at n bargain, also a span of A g e n t fo r th e b e s t C o o s C o u n ty C oa l
ly be busy with the railroad com
young b o re s well broke.
Wo Stop-over at W ay Porta.
pany this summer. — Marshfield Sun.
There are few diseases that in* ing political contributions. If fate at this dffi •.
Electric Lights. Everything in First
flict more torture than rheumatism
The President of tbs United and there is probably no disease had saved the Senate from Tillman j
Roblili- ni has completed shelving
IF YOU ARE
Stat< s has a salary of $60,0,00 and for which a varied and useless lot he might still have achieved fame as
67 dozen of the Brown Shoe Com
an allowance for keeping up the of remedies have been suggested. ,
They are up-to-date
White House of $48,000 and the To say that it can be cured is there
in fact the most j
fore, a bold statement to make, but
Congress proposes to put a limit
use of the Executive Mansion.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which of $500,000 on the cost of any j "nifty” lot of shoes ever brought to ; A private Hospital well equipped for the treat
President Fallieres of the French enjoys an extensive sale, has met
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wn. Call and see 'em.
Republic has a salary of $125,000 with great success in the treatment building for a post office in the fu
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ment of surgical and medical diseases.
The seven million dollar
and an allowance of $120,000 and of this disease. One application of ture.
Duprey’a Celery Headache Pow- j
Trained Nurses in Attendance.
Pain Balm will relieve the pain,| structure in Chicago which took ders, give instant relief. Price 25
Cell a. the O .K . Creamer» snd let three palace.
Still this country
and hundreds of sufferers liA ve tes seven years to build and which is cents. R. 8. Koowlton, C oquille1
me make you a price on the beet has been able to afford tbs expense
tified to permanent cures by its use. utterly unsuited to its purpose has City; C. Y. Lowe, Bandon.
For Information Address
Wra, Horsfall, M. D.,
- i h f w S ^ H n ^ "* ° ° lh* m‘ rk**
of distributing free seeds at an an W hy suffer when Pain Balm affords
nual coat of over $200,000 and that such quick relief and costs but a
M a r s h fie ld , Oregon,
a trifle? For sale by R S Knowlton, sod (« Congress
without benefit to anyone.
$15 to $30 per week
Miss S. O. Lakeman, Matron.
MISS L. G. GOULD. SUPERINTENDENT.