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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1906)
Walter Culin, M. 0.
P h y sic ia n
C oquille C it y , O rb .
K ronenberg Bid
N ext Door to P. (
T e le p h o n e S,
C, R. Barrow,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Fifteen Years’ Experience
O o q u il l i C it y , O bx
J. J. STANLEY
C o q u il l s , OBROOS
A. J. Sherwood,
at -L aw ,
N otary P ublic ,
C o q u ille ,
A ttobnby - at -L a w ,
N otary P ublic ,
C oqu ille,
Hall & Hall,
A ttorney b - at -L a w ,
Dealei in R eal E state of all kinds.
M arshfield, Oregon.
A ttorn ey -a t-I,aw ,
N otary P u b lic.
P h on e 761.
M arshfield , O regon .
W . C . Chase.
E . D . S perry.
SPERRY & CHASE,
Offloe in Robinson Building
C oqu ille,
E. G. D. Holden,
L avtbb ,
D. S. Oommiaaioner, Oeneral
Agent, Rnd Notary Public.
in Robin son Building.
C oqu ille,
A. F. Kirshman,
D entist .
I E R
Str. D I S F A T C H
Tom Whit«, Master
B a n d e n ........ 7 a - m .
Coquille . . . . 10 a - m .
Coquille......... 1 p - m .
FINE STATIO N ERY,
TO ILET ARTICLES.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
M ARSH FIELD
O f f l e /t two doors Sooth of Post o d o «,
nowltons Drug Store
W.H. 8 CHR 0 EDER I
C. A. Sehlbrede,
No lack of activity marks the
Miss Nota Beebe went to Cen
The casual visitor to Lampa creek,
der of things at the Johnson
12 miles down the river from Co tral Point Friday.
mill, two miles south of Coquille,
quille, finds a scene of bustle and
Miss Esther Silsby, who is visit
or at the several camps from which
The undersigned beg leavo energy these days if he travels back ing Miss Esther Silsby of this city,
the log supply therefor is obtained. to submit to you a few of our rea up the creek for a distance of two visited the Normal Tuesday.
A recent visit to the plant by a sons for asking you to ratify, by miles. We refer to the plant of the
John Mulkey, who has been in
Carries a full and complete stock of
H e r a l d representative, and an in your affirmative votes, the amend Cody Logging Company, which,
Redland, California, for several
terview had with the management ment granting equal rights to though established scarcely one months for the benefit of his health,
brought out the following interest women, which Las been placed be year ago, is already in the front returned te his home Wednesday
fore the voters through a petition rank of the logging industry on our morning. He was accompanied by
The mill iteelf is running Bteadily numerously signed by the men of coast. L. J. Cody, president and his sister, Miss Nellie Mulkey.
and turning out about 40,000 feet Oregon under the initiative and general manager of the company, is
The Ashland Summer Normal
of lumber per day. There are up referendum.
a former successful lumberman of
w.U open June 27th. All who wish
wards of 36 men employed about
This movement has grown under Michigan, and in transferring his
to take the examinations in August
the mill and yards, good wages is your management, from the small capital to the forests of Coos coun
should avail themselves of the op
paid and excellent fare provided at beginning known as the Married ty he brought with him all the best
portunity of taking a review course
boarding-houee. Woman's Bole Trader Bill, enacted methods known to the business in
under the able instruction of Prof.
Alfred Johneoo, Jr., fills the plaoe by your Legislative Assembly in that State, as well as some of his
of mill foreman, “ Eck” Johnson that 1872, until it has reached such vast long-time employees and business
Rev. B. F. Van Dyke who has re /i\ 7rÑ 7TÑ7rÑ / i \ 7 in / i \ 7 í \ 7 i \ 7 i \ 7r\ /i\ 7N TrÑ / N 7T\ /r\ /TÑ / K 7Í\ 7TÑ 7 in /rÑ / í \ /f\ / is
of head accountant, and Calvin Sla proportions as to attract the atten associates. One of the latter is Mr.
gle is the efficient store manager. tion of the civilized world. A Con M. J. McKenna, who is secretary cently returned from Singapore,
The outlook for a brisk lumber mar stitutional Amendment proposing and treasurer of the company, and Asia, visited the Normal Wednes
ket this summer and fall is so women’s enfranchisement, submitted makes his headquarters at the plant.
strongly in promise that it is about to you in 1884, brought us an affirm Both Mr. Cody and Mr. McKenna missionary in that city for the past *
T. T. LAND, Proprietor
decided to add a night shift to the ative vote of 11,223. This Amend are affable gentlemen and give per six years. He has also had much
mill in the near future.
If suoh is ment waB again submitted to your sonal supervision to the general af experience as a teacher in a school
done it will mean an increased de suffrages by Legislative initiative in fairs of their plant.
splendid opening for American *
mand for labor as well as increased 1900, bringing us a vote of 26,265.
The camp began existence in June
demand upon the present limited Although the population of the of last year. It is working a good teachers in the schools of Singapore.
rolling stock of the railroad, as the commercial centers had more than body of timber, and the fiist year’s
output of the mill is practically all doubled in sixteen years, the “ No’’ output of logs will likely exceed 20,- from ninety to one hundred dollars ( j ) Pool Tables
sold subject to delivery at Marsh vote was only increased by 226, 000,000 feet. These are handled a month.
The Athena Literary Society has
field and must be regularly deliver while the “ Yes” vote was augmented with the aid of steam donkeys, ca
Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Cigars and Tobacco.
ed at that point.
Local wants in by 15,042. This, to us, is a palpa bles and railway, and are transport elected the following officers for
City News Stand.
the lumber line, however, are not ble augury of the triumph which we ed by rail to the river’s banks, two the ensuing year; President, Miss
overlooked in the least by this con confidently look to you to consumate miles distant. From here the great
for us on the 4th day of June by er portion are rafted to the Aber Miss Edith McCune; Treasurer,
The logging operations carried on placing ” X ’’ between “ 302” and deen mill, just this side of Bandon, Mae Anderson; secretary, Lillian
this year for the supply of the mill “ Yes” on your ballots.
Do this and sold as per regular contract, the Kaiser; sergeant-at-arms,
are more extensive, in fact,than here and you will honor our flag of truce, mill having a daily capacity of about Fox.
tofore, and there will be abundance the only power we can offer in our 60,000 feet. Were there vessels and
On Monday Prof. B. F. Mulkey
of logs to enable day and nigat defense against the balloted forces facilities generally for moving a
sawing all season.
Four small of the opposition.
Do this, and larger lumber output the mill no gave a very instructive address on
plants are running on a contract you will honor Oregon, your moth doubt would take the entire prod “ How to be Popular.”
with Mr. Johnson, and one large ers and yourselves.
uct of the Cody camp, but under ex glish Literature class gave some
camp is maintained by the gentle
And your petitioners will ever isting conditions the surplus logs quotations from Hamlet on Tues
day morning. Prof. Van Scoy also
man himself. At the plant of Mast pray:
find sale in other directions.
Bros, on the North Fork twelve
Abigail Scott Duniway,
The model camp on Lampa creek g.ive a talk on the “ Art of Ques-
Fro n t Street,
men are employed, and fully 2,000,- Honorary President Oregon Equal employs at present about 45 men. tio: ing.” On Wednesday the stu
000 feet of fir will be put in this Suffrage Association and State Fed It has an unexcelled water supply, dents had the pleasure of hearing
C O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N .
season. Morris & Doak are oper eration of Woman’s Clubs.
the cook house is excellently con Rev. B. F. Van Dyke Bpeak upon
ating at what is known as Seven-
Mrs. Henry Woldo Coe,
A ll w o r k g u a r a n t e e d .
ducted, and the buildings, includ “ Life and Conditions in the Malay
Mile, and working a like number of President Oregon Equal Suffrage ing the quarters of the men, are all Peninsula.”
men. They are getting out cedar Association.
well built, warm and comfortable.
Two of our most popular young
and fir logs and telephone poles,
Charlotte Moffot Cartwright,
A staunch locomotive, brought with people, Mr. Gilbert Anderson and
the latter to consist of more than President Woman’s Pioneer Auxil difficulty from North Bend last sum Miss Maude Min ear, were married
6000 sticks for shipment to Califor iary Association.
mer, does service on the grades in quietly in Jacksonville Monday af
Three million feet of old
Sarah N. Evans,
the woods and between the camp ternoon. Tbe students and faculty
growth, fine grade fir is the expect President Oregon Federation of and river. Such of the employees were ignorant of the fact until
ed year’s output of George Pike, Women’s Clubs.
as have families are comfortably Tuesday evening when they serenad
on the B. F. Collier place.
Esther C- Poh), M. D.,
housed to themselves, and there are ed the happy couple.
A very en
works a donkey and bull team and President Woman’s Medical Asso flowers and gardens and a home-like joyable reception followed and the
B. F E N T O N
about fifteen men, and has a very ciation.
newly married couple were smiling
P ro p
Morris Bros, run a
The middle of last week saw the when the students left. Mr. Ander
Saddle Horses of host quality always on hand. Cow Itigs ii r
small crew and camp on the South
completion of logging in the north son is manager of the dining hall
Fork, but they are equipped for Hazel Salve that failed to give sat gulch, where but limited timber ex at the Normal.
Miss Minear is a noBS for special trips. In fact, a general Stage uiul Liv< y businr
isfaction the chances are it did not
Accommodations for Taveling men a specialty
turning out a goodly quantity of
have the name “ E. C. DeWitt & Co” isted, and operations were trans student of music.
printed on the wrapper and pressed ferred to the more abundant timber
Tbe Boys’ Literary Society will Leave Coquille at 6 a. m„ arriving at Rosoburg at 10 p. m. Fare $5.50
One of the busiest, perhaps, of the in the box. The original DeWitt’s a little to the east. Here a new hold a meeting Friday evening,
busy logging concerns on the C o Hazel Salve never fails to give sat landing has been constructed and May 25th, in the Normal chapel.
quille is that owned by Alfred John
the main donkey moved from its old The following program has been
ter, cracked hands, etc. For blind,
son, Sr., himself. It is located at
bleeding, itching and protruding abode. With the object of logging arranged: Solo, Clarenco Burke;
Seven-Mile, this side o f Bandon, Piles it affords almost immediate farther to the east and southeast oration, Fred Peterson; solo, C.
and about 35 men are employed un relief. It stops the pain. Sold by a new spur of railroad is being Hartley; recitation, Walter Hern-
der the capable foremanship of R. S. Knowlton.
built out in that direction. This den; song, society; debate, Re
Soft Drinhs ( j )
spur will be a mile or more in solved Tuat the National Expansion
length, of standard-gauge as the is W rong; affirmatiye, O. B. New
expects to float from Bix to eight mil
A private hospital for the care and treatment of medical, surgical
lion feet of spruce and fir logs this (Crowded out of last week’s issue.) other tracks, aud unavoidably stoep, ton, Robert Jonas, Leonard Smith;
and obstetrical cases. Equipment new and modern
year. His camp is equipped with two
We had a fine rain on Monday as quite a height must be attaiued negative, James Martin, Harvey In-
in every particular.
big Willamette donkeys—one 9Jxll
low, Clarence Benedict
and Tuesday. The grain and hay in traveling that way.
yarding donkey and a 10x13 road crops are growing rapidly.
The ®ody Company has ample
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It pours the oil of life into your
donkey—as well as all the modern
timber for a several years’ run, and
Mr. and Mrs. Shields, of Bandon,
It warms you up and
facilities for successful logging, in-
is negotiating for the purchase of system.
Including room, board, general nursing and drugs.
have been visiting relatives on the
startB the life blood circulating.
eluding two miles of railway with
more. ¡Since beginning last sum
That’s what Hollister’s Rooky
creek for several days.
adequate and substantial rolling
mer only eight days’ time has been Mountain does. 35 cents, Tea or
has been sick a good share of the
stock. There was a record-break
lost because of weather conditions, Tablets. R. S. Knowlton.
ing day at this camp on April 28th
a fact proudly referred to by the
Mr. E. Culver got his foot hurt Michigan-reared president and sec
List your property with the Home
last, when, under the directing eye
of Hooktender John Hudson, just
Full stock of A. A. Cutter shoes
180,009 feet of logs were sent from Saturday, but is able to be around
again at this time.
Why Suffer From Rheumatism.
the woods to the landing with the
A good lot of cull lumber at the
Mr. L. Stanford who has been
yarding donkey’s aid. It was a re
Why suffer from rheumatism Coquille mill at $4.50 per thousand.
markable day’s work in the history
Robinson’s store has a big line
of Coquille logging, and Mr. Hud for some time is on a visit to the lain's Pain Balm will relieve the
pain? The quick relief which this of ladies’ shirt waists, muslin under
son, Mr. Anderson and the assisting
liniment affords makes rest and wear, corset covers, dress skirts
Bob Hiilis came up Sunday on sleep possible, and that alone is and underskirts.
force have since been very much
S u c c e s s o r t o W H . M ansell.
his way to Eden Valley to see his worth many times its cost.
complimented on their feat.
The cash customer has the ad
j who have used it hoping only for a vantage at T. H. Mehl A Cos. They
A visit to any of these camps, par mother and brothers.
W IL L M E E T A L L B O A T S A N D T R A IN S .
short relief from suffering have been are now giving 5 per cent off of the
ticularly to that of Mr. Anderson,
Both of the schools in this vicinity
A ll orders handled with carefulness and ex ped ien ce
happily surprised to find that after regular prices to all who pay cash
is well worth the time and trouble ! are progressing nicely.
(awhile the relief becamu perma- on the spot.
in this active period.
We were sorry to learn of the ; nent. Mrs. V. H. T^ggett, of Yum
How is it we are able to offer ad
, misfortune uf Mu* Alice Htllis who Yum, Tennessee, U. S. A „ writes' vantages when selling Schillings I A g e n t fo r th e b e s t G o o s C o u n ty C oa l
W a n t e d : By Chicago w h o le s a le I „
. . .
! “ I am a great sufferer from rheu-
. . . . .
: fell and broke a limb while playing
I inatism, all over from head to foot, Best? We handle it in larger quan
and mail order house, assistant man- . .
. . . . . .
hence sell under favorable cir
, ball at Myrtle Point recently
j Chamberlain’s Pain Haim is the tities
ager (man or woman) for this coun- I
A uto .
only thing that will relieve the cumstances. N. Lorenz.
ty nnd adjoining territory.
pain." For sale
by by R. 8.
$20 and expenses paid weekly; ex-
A Creeping Death.
Living indoors so much during Knowlton.
pense money advanced.
Work the winter months creates a sort of
Blood poison creeping up to
pleasant; position permanent. No a stuffy, want-of-ozone condition
It pays to use Stock Food at this wards the heat, causing death. J.
Better get a E. Stearns, Belle Plaine, Minn., A private Hospital well equipped for the treat
investment or experience required. in the blood and system generally. time of the year.
Spare time valuable. Write at once Clean up and get ready for spring. package at Knowlton’a drug store writes that a friend dreadfully in
ment of su rgical and medical diseases.
Take a few Early Risers.
These and try it with your cow.
jured his h:,nd, which swelled up
for particular« and enclose self-ad
famous little pills cleanse the liver,
like blood poisoning. Rucklen’s Ar
Trained N urses in Attendance.
dressed envelope. Superintendent, stomach and bowels and give the
groceries just in from Portland at nica Salve drew out the poison,
132 Leke St. Chicago, 111.
blood a chance to purify itself.j
healed the wound, and saved his
They relieve headache headache, Kobinson'a.
life. Best in the world for burns For Information Address
For e good pair of shoes, go to | sallow complexion, etc.
A fine line of waists and wrappers and sores. 25c at R- 8, Knowlton’#
R. S. Knowlton.
st O. Wilsons A Co’#.
Baudon____ 4 p - m .
Connecte at Coquille with train for Marshfield
and steamer Echo for Myrtle Point.
Str. F A V O R I T E
J. C. Moomaw, Master,
Coquille..........7 a - m . | Bandon. .10:45 a - m .
Baadon ........... 1 P-M. | Coquille. 4:46 F-M.
Str. E C H O
H. Jams. Master.
M yrtlePoint. . .7 a - m . | oqui’.le C’y 9 60 a - m .
Coquill« C ity .. .1 P-M. | Myftie P’t. .4 00 p - m .
Daily except Sunday.
safe and reliable tiw n - J g C 3
J p ^ ^ T h e New and Speedy,
C. P. Jensen, M aster.
W il! make regular trips between
Coquille River and San
Fra n cisco .
W o S to p -o v e r a t W a y P orts.
E lectric L igh ts. E v ery th in g in First
Class S tyle.
The Mercy Hospital
AT NORTH BEND
Is now op«n for the recep
tion of patients. The terms
are $10 per week and
upwards. For particulars
Sisters of Mercy
NORTH BEND, OREOON
$£15 to $£30 p e r w e e k
Miss S. C. Lakeman, Matron.
M a r s h fie ld ,
O regon .
G reneral D r a y m a n
Ii HORSFALL HOSPITAL
MISS L. 6. GOULD. SUPERINTENDENT.
Wm, Horsfall, M. D.,