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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1906)
V ol . 23: No. 35.
Nnterud as »econ d -clam m atter May
8, 1905, at the p osloffice at C oquille,
Oregon, under aot o f Oongreas o f March
Walter Culin, M. D.
P hysician and S ubukon
Cm’, O re .
K ronen borg B ldg.
N ext Door to P. O.
T e le p h o n e J.
J. J. STANLEY
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A. J. Sherwood,
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Hall & Hall,
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tary P u blic.
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SPERRY & CHASE,
Offloe in Bobinaoa B oildiag,
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E. G. D. Holden,
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U. 8* ComnÙBSioaer, General Insarano*
ARent, and Notary Poblio.
in R obin eon Building.
C oqu ille,
A. F. Kirshman,
D entist .
Office two doom Booth of Post ofloe.
C oqu ille
c a p i t f RIVER STEWBOAT CO
Tom W hit«, Master
B andon....... 7 a - m . | Goquills----- 10 a - m .
C oaaill«....... 1 F-M. I Bando« . . . . 4 r u .
Connects at Coquill« with train for MamhOeld
and steamer KAio for Myrtle Point.
J. C. Moomaw. Master,
Ooqnille....... 7 a m . | Bandon. .10:45 a - m .
Baa don ......... I f-M. | C oqullle. 4:46 r-M.
S tr. E C H O
H. dams. Master.
M. y rtU P oiu t.. .7 A-M. | oqui!UC*y • SO a - m .
CoquilU City. . .1 P-M. | M yilie P’t..4 00 P-M.
Daily except Sunday.
T he safe and reliable tiwn
£ ^ * T h e New and Speedy, J g / g
E liz a b e th
C. P. Jeneen. Maeter.
W ill m ake regular tripn between
C o q u ille R iv e r and S a n
F r a n c is c o :
ITo Stop-over at W ay Porta.
E lectric L igh ts. E v ery th in g in Fir*t
“ laia “ Styli
The M ercy H o sp ita l
AT NORTH BEND
Is now open for the recep
tion of patients. Tbe terms
are 110 per week arid
upward*. For particulars
Sisters of Mercy
A shland N orm al N otes
F arm ers’ and S h ip p ers’ C o n
K illing o l C reftiold C a uses Joy. admiration ns well as surprise in
the light of all circumstances--is
Mrs. Benton Bowers visited the
There seem* to De general rejoic the letter addressed by District At
One of the most important ovents Normal Tuesday.
ing at Corvallis and other point* in torney John Manning of Multno
Oregon where decedent was knowD, mah county to Kenneth Macintosh, in tho recent history of Coos Bay
Mr. and Mrs. Reid aud Miss ltcid
over tbe new* of tbe killing of Ed- prosecuting attorney for King coun. will ho tbe meeting of the Farmers’ from Pennsylvafiia, visited tho Nor
mund Creffield, tbe "H oly Roller” ty, Washington. In this communi and Shippers’ Congress at North mal Wednesday.
leader, by young Mitchell in the cation the district attorney sAys that Bend, scheduled for three days be
Miss Anna Beesou of the Normal
Carries a full and complete stock of
streets of Seattle the morning of the killing of Creffield is justifiable. ginning with May 23d, says the has been elected to a division of the
May 7tb. Creffield had been in the Prosecutor Macintosh is told of tha Mail. A large number of the prom fourth grade of the Medford gram- '
shadow of death for some time, a* record of shame made by Creffield inent and progressive men of tho mar school.
the fathers and brother* of young in Oregon, and the proposition is interior of the State will be there,
Mr. Robert Jonas of the Normal
girl* ruined by bis hypnotio influ advanced that Manning be permit and a great amount of good is suro
has been elected to lill the position
ence and fanatical doctrine had all ted to go before the grand jury or to come to Coos Bay from the
of «ssistaut principal of the Jack
resolved to shoot him on sight, re on the witness stand in the trial knowledge they will tbon gain of
sonville public schools.
gardless of the consequence*. And court on behalf of Mitchell.
No the resources and needs of this sec
Miss Maude Minear left Monday j
it is not at all likely that the conse. more valuable witness for the de tion. The program is outlined as
for her home in Ohio. Miss Minear
queDces to George Mitchell will be fense could be desired by Mitchell follows:
made many friends while here, and
may 23 d .
other than a speedy liberation, when than Manning. In his capacity of
departure is much regretted by ■
Meeting called to order at 10 a.
we are told he will become the re district attorney Manning investí
cipient of a gold medal presented gated tbe character and practices of m. by E. Hofer, president of the them.
Mr. Ammons, of Siskiyou county,
Willamette V a l l e y Development
*>J exultant sympathizers.
Creffield, and the disclosures which
the Normal Mondaj.
Creffield for a few years past has were laid before the officer were re
Ammutis is a Socialist lecturer aud
been terrorizing certain sections of volting. Many of the details which Bend park.
Address of welcome by L. J.
this State with bis ctazy movement, District Attorney Manning learned
“ Health and Happiness.”
wearing the guise o f religion, and were not used in the prosecution of Simpson, Mayor of North Bend.
T . T . L A N D , Proprietor.
Address by President Hofer of
On Thursday President Mulkey
not a few boys and girls have gone Creffield, as there was sufficient oth
either to the asylum or to utter ru- er evidence to Bend tho Holy Roller the Willamette Valley Development gave us some interesting accounts
Card rooms <5
of life in early Oregon.
iu because of him. Two of his vie. to the penitentiary.
The balance of the morning, the mended tho study of tho early his
tiras are Mrs. Starr and Miss Esther
Mitchell, sisters of Mitchell, bis
Living indoors so much during afternoon and evening will be taken tory of Oregon to all the students.
slayer. Starr, husband of one of the winter months creates a sort of up with addresses by prominent
School in the academic depart
Soft Drinks (j)
the women, has been driven nearly a stuffy, want-of-ozone condition meu of the State, among whom will ment was dismissed Friday noon.
in the.blood and system generally.
insane by the ruin of his wife mor Clean up and get ready for spring. be Governor Chamberlain, Dr. Jas. The students engaged in a general
Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Cigars and Tobacco.
ally and mentally, and it was he Take a few Early Risers.
These Withyoombe, Republican candidate clearing up of the grounds and the ^
who sent the Holy Roller to prison famous little pills cleanse the liver, fur Governor, Jonathan Bourne and building of the academic depart
City. News Stand.
for two years in 1904 for an outra stomach and bowels and give the several officials of the Southern Pa ment, all afternoon.
geous crime committed iu Multno
Miss Thora Smith, a graduate of * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
They relievo headache headache,
mah county, which crime was admit sallow complexion, etc.
the class of ’05, and who has been
At 10 a. in. will be an excursion
ted and sought tc be justified by R. S. Knowlton.
visiting her sister. Miss Grace
down the bay.
the man convicted of it. There is
Smith here, has been called to
Original S treet E xposition .
At 12 m., a free clambake, barbe
little doubt but what a moral per
teach the Klamath summer school.
cue and crabboil in tho North Bend
vert extremely dangerous to the
Miss Smith has just closed a success
The most unique and original park.
well-being of tho home has been ex
ful term at Anderson creek.
street exposition ever held on the
From 12 to 6 p. m., concort by
terminated in the killing of th s fel
Pacific Coast will be seen in the
On Wednesday Prof. Van Scoy
the North Bend Concert Band in
low, and public opinion everywhere
gave us some information concern
public thoroughfares and windows the park.
seems very much in support of Geo,
ing a certain Sailors’ Homo in Sung
of the stores of the central district
At 9 p. m., a banquet to visiting
of Portland the week of May 19th
Harbor ou the Atlantic coast. This
delegates, and at the same time a
Creffield aod his wife were walk
to 26th. The exhibition is to con
home has un annual income of over
free dance will be given in the pa
ing along a crowded street of Seat
F r o n t S tre e t,
sist of the manufactured products
a million dollars. Tho trustees of
vilion to those who do not attend
tle when Mitchell, who was on a still
of the entire State. The space for
the homo are at a loss us how to ex
hunt for the man, met them. Cref
C O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N .
tüe exhibits offered for display has
pend tho whole amount.
field earned two revolvers, knowing
An invitation to this meeting will
been secured entirely free of charge
Prof. A. J. Hanly, principal of
A l _L w o r k g u a r a n t e e d .
be sent to every editor in Oregon;
he was a marked man, but he didn’t
to manufacturers, and full opportu
Central Point schools, visited
also to the mayor of each of the
appear to recognize Mitchell who
nity for advertising may be utilized
larger towns and cities, with a re tho Normal Friday, He made an
instnntly drew a pistol and fired.
The Southern Pacific and the Ore
quest that be appoint two others to address to the students in chapel
The bullet went entirely through
gon Railroad & Navigation Co. have
on the subject of “ Education.” He
Creffield’s brain, and he dropped to
announced that they will carry all
many of the
Two special steamers will be en afterwards visited
the pavement dead, his wife kueel-
exhibits free of charge, and will re
gaged—one to come from Portland classes in the Normal Department
ing and embracing him an he ex
turn them to the owners in the same
and the othur from Yaquina Bay, and Training Department.
pired. The body was borne away
mauuer. The entire demonstration
Ou May the 1st, the pupils of the
and it is expected that largo delega
and Mitchell calmly surrendered to
and carnival is in the interests of
primary department of the Training
tions will come by both routes.
the police. At the prism he penned
home manufacturers, and the en
A committee on general arrange Lchool participated in a May Day
a message to Mr. Hurt of Corvallis,
B . FEIM TOr«
couragement and stimulation of lo
ments has been appointed, consist exercise. The program was indeed
father of Creffield’s widow, saying:
P ro p
cal pride of every community in
ing of the following gentlemen: a pleasant surprise to the students
“ I’ve got my man; am in jail.” Hurt
their respective industrial enterpris
Saddle Horses of best quality always on hand. Good Righ in r< di-
Thos. Vigars, J. H. Query, Peter and to the fa.-ulty.
was pleased by the news, as the fol
es. The exposition was undertaken
Loggie, G. W. Temple, F. H. Brig of the chapel was prettily decorated ness for special trips. In fact, a general Stage and Livery businci :
lowing telegram sent by him to
through the instrumentality of the
Accommodations for Taveling men a specialty
ham, L. J. Simpson and T. W . Ren in the Normal colors, purple and
Starr will abundantly attest: “ Geo.
Ad. Men’s League, an energetic or
at G a. m., arriving at Roeeburg at 10 p. ru. Faie $•■. 0
got that fellow in Seattle. George
ganization of publicity experts and
As the excursion down tho bay hung beautiful May baskets. After
is in jail and the other fellow is in
development leaguers— men who be
will be a very largo affair the mas a speech by Master Frank Holmes
lieve in boosting Oregon interests
ters of all gasoline launches have on “ May Day,’ the names of each
Hurt’s daughter was induced to
generally, and to keep up the work
been requested to notify the com member of the faculty were called
obtain a divorce from Creffield when
every year. In the few short weeks
mittee how many people they can off and Master Lloyd Potter carried
the latter went to the penitentiary
that tbe enterprise lias been organ
each basket to its owner amid much
at Salem, but she hastened to re
ized thousands of pieces of litera
But a pleasant snrprise
wed him as soon as he was given
Reports came to Marshfield early
ture regarding home industry and
also uwaited the little people. After
bis liberty. Then they started out
home-made articles nave been circu last week that the ocean along the
a pong by the school two teachers
A private hospital for the care and treatment of medical, surgu; ,
to reorganize and build up the Holy
lated, contests among school chil coast in the vicinity of Coos Bay
came in with a large beribboned
Roller movement, and the old spirit
and obstetrical cases. Equipment new aud modern
dren for the best essays on Oregou bar was covered with oil, giving a hoop from which hung tiny May-
of enthusiasm took possession of
have been started, prizes offered for smoothing effect to the sea.
in every particular.
baskets for each member of the pri
Mrs. Starr aod others who were
the best displays of manufactured fact would seeiu to indicate that mary department.
thought to have been rescued from
articles, both in quantity and at perhaps the late seismic disturbance sham, the principal of the training
the notorious fanatic. This caused
tractiveness. The week of tbe dis had released some of the oil which department distributed these among
vows of vengeance to be taken by
Including room, baard, general nursing and drugs.
play will be marked by parades, is known to exist in the vicinity of the delighted children. Tbe teach
despairing fathers, husbands aud
music, fireworks, a mounter enter the coast thereabout, and it may ers of the primary department sat
brothers, and the self-styled "Josh
tainment at the Armory Hall on the lead, if followed up, to an import in u body and tboir seats were
ua” moved his operations to Seattle
22d, a floral display, and novel dis ant discovery.
draped with purple and gold.
for a little better safety perhaps.
plays of industries.—“ Made in Ore
No doubt Starr would have finished
Haz.-l 8alve that failed to give sat
him had Mitchell not done so.
isfaction the chances ace it did not
A Creeping Death.
Edmund Creffield was born in
I f it is necessary to spend $3000,- have the name “ E. C. DeW ilt A Co"
Blood poison creeping up to
Germany, where be grew to man 000 a year for the beuefit of the printed on the wrapper and pressed
hood. He deserted from the Ger farmers of the country it should be in the box. The original DeWitt’s wards the heat, causing death, J.
E. Stearns, Belle Plaine, Minn.,
man army and came to America. He done through the experiment sta Hazel Salve never fails to give sat
writes that a friend dreadfully in
joined the Salvation Army in Port tions rather than by the distribu isfaction for burns, sores, boils, tet jured his h ind, which swelled up
land, and was sent to 8alem, later tion of seeds. Tho work of the ex
like blood poisoning. Bucklen’s Ar
bleeding, itching and protruding
S u c c e s s o r t o W H . M ansell.
to Corvallis. With one Mercer lie periment stations of the different Piles it affords almost immediate nica Salve drew out the poison,
organized the fanatical creed known states has been productive of goed relief. It stops the pain. Sold by healed the wound, and saved his
life. Best in the world for burns
as the Holy Rollers at Corvallis. results and been of more benefit to R. S. Knowilon.
W IL L M E E T A L L B O A T S A N D T R A IN S .
and sores. 25c at R. S. Knowlton’»
They held meetings in secret, and the farmer than all tbe seeds that
All orders handled with carefulness and expedience.
Why Suffer From Rheumatism.
began wild orgies and bestial prac have been sent to him.
tices. Indignant relatives of those money spent on free seeds should
Why suffer from rheumatism
W asted : By Chicago wholesale
who joined Creffield tarred and be used to promote oo-operntiou when one application of Chamber an I mail order bouse, assistant man A g e n t fo r th<t b e s t C o o s C o u n ty C o a l
feathered the leader. He was tried between the Nst.oDal Department of lain’s Pain Balm will relieve th- ! ager finan or woman) for this coun
pain? The quick relief whi h tlii-
and convicted of outrageous crime Agriculture and tbe state experi
liniment affords makes rest and j ty nml adjoining territory.
and sentenced to two years in pris ment statiors the Congressional ap sleep possible, and that alone is j $29 and expenses paid weekly; ex
on Sept. 16, 1904, th e charge being propriation might havo some prac worth many times its cost.
Many pense money advanced.
who have used it hoping only for a ! pleasant; positiou permanent. No
pre'erred by B. E. Starr, but his tical usefulness.
short relief from suffering have lieen I investment or experience required.
sentence was shortened by good be
happily surprised to find that after |
havior. On being released he re- P h y sica l Colture and Exprès
awhile the relief became perma-1 Spare time valuable. Write at once A p rivate H o sp ital w ell e q u ip p e d fo r the treat
▼ived Holy Rolleristn and dubbed ]
nent. Mrs. V. H. Leggett, of Yum for particulars and enclose self-ad
himself Joshua aod the Christ, i Mrs. Wootton, of the Columbia Yum, Tenneesee, U. 8. A., writes’ ! dressed envelope. Superintendent,
m ent o f s u r g ic a l and m e d ica l d ise a se s.
Thus he signalled for his doom, College of Expression, Chicago, will “ I am a great sufferer from rheu-l 132 Lake St. Chicago, 111.
T ra in e d N u rs e s in A tten d an ce.
, matism, all over from head to foot,
sod ruined homes feel that venge- 1 take a limited number of pupils.
Chamberlain’s Pain Ilaim is the
Robinson’s store has a big line
ance baa been wrought!
Apply at N. E. corner 2nd floor only thing that will relieve the! of ladies’ ahirt waists, muslin under
For Information Address
W m . Horsfall, M. P.,
A new sod quite remarkable ' of school building between 4 and 5 pain.” For sale
by by R. S. j wear, corset covers, dress skirts
phase of tbe case— one that excites o’clock p. m.
FINE STATIO N ERY,
C o q u ille ,
$ 1.50 P i :
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, W E D N E S D A Y , M A Y 16, 1906.
W. H. SCHROEDER "
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
■ ■ ■ ■
M ARSH FIELD
to $30 p e r w e e k
Miss S. C. Lakeman, Matron.
Claude F ox,
G reneral U ra,ynia,n
! ! HORSFALL HOSPITAL
MISS L. G. GOULD. SUPERINTENDENT.