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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1906)
V ol . 2 3 : No. 41.
K ntertxl as second-class m»tter M»y
8, 1905, at the poetoffice at Coquille.
Oregon, under act of Congress of March
8 , 187Ö.
C O Q U ILLE , COOS
Central Oregon State Normal T w e lv e M illion Dollar D eposit. S e e k s T o
The 0 . O. S. N. S. is located at
the junction of the S. P. and Drain-
Walter Culin, M. D.
Cooa Bay railroads, midway between
PHYSICIAN AND SUHOÏON
the enterprising towns of Eugsn«
C o q u in s C ity , O s s .
and Roseburg, in the celebrated
Next Door to P. O.
The location is healthful, free
from excessive heat or cold, only 2J
miles from the colebrated summer
C. R. Barrow,
and health resort— Boswell Springs.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
The school has an excellent water
system ot its own, insuring whole
some water at all times.
Fifteen Years’ Experience
The school is located in the foot
Coquina C ity , Omn
hills of the Calapooia mountains,
and ia one of the most beautiful lo
cations in Oregon.
J. J. STANLEY
The city of Dram does not per.
mit a saloon in the town end the
people try to make it an ideal place
for students, ard they succeed.
8tudeDts will not be permitted to
tske part in social functions that
has not the approval of the presi
A. J. Sherwood,
The faculty looks to the social
N o t a s i Posilo,
affairs of the students and holds
0 ™ «°“
the right of supervision over all so
Class receptions are
tendered to the school, but social
events must not interfere with
N otasi Posilo,
A good lecture course is a regu
lar feature of the year’s work.
Leading men and women of the
northwest are secured and deliver
Hall & Hall,
lectures before the student body,
The school buildings havo been
A ttobssys - at -L aw ,
thoroughly repaired, new heating
Dealer in R sal E stati of all kinds.
plant installed and one new labra-
tory room added, thus insuring
jtlenty of room well fitted for the
comfort and pleasure of the Btudent.
C. A. Sehlbrede,
New physical aDd chemical lab-
ratories have been added, also an
excellent working library in history
literature, pedagogy and the sciences
M abshyibid , O rkoon .
thus equippiug the school with a
good working library.
Four new teachers have been add
B. D. Sperry.
W. C. Chase.
ed to the faculty, thus making a
good working force of experienced
SPERRY & CHASE,
teachers and increasiug the efficiency
of the school.
It is now one of the strongest
OfBoe in R obinson B u ild in g,
normal courses in the Northwest,
O "* ™ ’
and equipping the one completing
the course for all public school work,
both grammsr and high schools.
E. G. D. Holden,
Believing, from long experience
in public and high school work, that
L aw tux ,
O. 8. Commissioner, General Insurance music is ono of the most valuable
aids to the teacher, a five years’
Agent, and Notary Pnblio. OfHee
course has been added and is re
in Robin son Building.
quired the same as mathematics or
During the last year 85 teachers
took work in our Teachers’ Review
classes. All secured certificates and
A. F. Kirshman,
are now teaching. If you cannot
D e n t ist .
stay all year, come and spend one
or two terms in this cla^s.
offioe two doors Booth of Poet oBoe.
Board can be had at from $2.50
to $4 per week; or you may rent
rooms and board yourealf. The
president will assist i o u in securing
board or rooms.
Tuition is from $3 to $5 per term
Tom White, Master
or $12 to $20 per yesr. The sopho
more and junior years, $4 per term,
B ."d e n ....... I a-n. I Ooquille. . . . 10 a - s .
Coouille....... 1 r-«. I Bandoo . . . . 4 T -u . and senior $6 per term.
Conneote at Ooquille with train for MarahSeM
¡School opens September 25, and
and steamer Echo for Myrtle Point.
continues 40 weeks, with vacations
on Thanksgiving, Christmas and
J. O. Moomaw, Master*
(ViulUe....... 7 a - m . | ®*ndon..I t :4R A M*
For further information address
Bandotf. ......... 1 r -M .J __CoquilU . 4^5 P M.
A. L. Briggs, President, Drain, Ore
Washington, June 19.— A tacit
agreement was reached today by the
President, Secretary Shaw and the
delegation of representative citizens
of San Francisco by which substan
tial aid will begiveu Sau Francisco
by the Government It is proposed
that the United States Treasury
deposit with the San Francisco
banks $12,<100,000 of Government
money, with bonds of the city as se
curity for the deposit, the money to
remain id the banks until such time
as the Government shall call for it.
This may not bo for a number of
years, so that the banks hare prac
tical assurance that they may retain
the deposit for such a period as will
be of value in the reconstruction of
Under the law the Secretary of
the Treasury has authority to de
posit Government funds in this way.
Ha cannot, of course, bind his suc
cessor to leave the money on deposit,
but he himself mav leave it there
until it is needed by the Govern
ment. It is hoped in California to
organize a corporation with a capi
tal of several millions of dollars,
composed of prominent and influen
tial men throughout the State of
California and other stales, and to
issue bonds to guarantee the Gov
ernment against loss through the
Other plans have been suggested
for the raising of money to enable
the people of San Francisco to re.
build their homeB and business
houses, but thus far nothing has
been proposed that will meet the
ideas of Congress.
Lane, former Attorney for the City
and County of San Francisco, and
once a Democratic candidate for
Governor, and Judge W. W. Morrow
of San Francisco, headed the Sau
Francisco delegation which called
They told him it was important that
the banks be allowed to keep the
money several years.
M on roe
W om an
F ollow in g
C arrie's F o o tste p s.
Junction City, Or., Juue 12.—
Carrie Nation could have gained
points on throttling of the iiquor
traffic bad she been present at the
annual picnic at the little town of
Monroe, nine miles northwest of
S et A sid e P aten ts
Oakland, Cal., June 19.— Sum
mons aud copies of a complaint in
a new suit just begun in the United
States Circuit Court, wherein the
United States appears as plaintiff,
were served last night and this
morning on a dozen defendants re
siding in Califoruia, among others
Mrs. Mollie Conklin, of Berkeley.
Tlie Federal government seeks, by
this suit, to set aside patents to a
lot of lands in Idaho alleged to
have been obtuined by Frederick
Hyde, iJolin Benson and others
alleges that these men used many
of the other defendants in making
locations, using their names with
out authority and in some instances
using fictitious names. The papers
are being served by Deputy United
States Marshal Shine and the de
fendants included in the suit are:
Frederick Hyde, John A. Benson,
F. A. Hyde & Company, Mollie
Conklin, Emily M. Reddy, C. E.
Glover, Asher Davis, Jacob Gold
berg, Nathaniel B. Frisbie, Edward
G. Frisbie, E. B. Weiriok, person
ally and as trusee; Payette Lumber
& Manufacturing Company, a Min
N e w San F ran cisco.
Some $40,000,000 in currency was
sent to Sau Francisco in antieepa-
tion of a “ run" on the banks when
they were opened, more than a
month after the earthquake.
woudrous-wise men of Wall street
had been quaking in fear of the
But those siugular
Sau Franciscans actually put money
in instead of drawing it out. The
tax collectors report that there is no
great increase of delinquent taxes.
Business and building go on. The
theaters are opuu —in tents.
steel huiidiugs, whose easy toppling
was expected by many people, proved
themselves so steady and of such
staying powers that steel construc
tion will be a favorite in the new
city. Not too many tall fellows,
though it is to be hoped.
nances regulating the height in pro.
portion to the width of the street
have been prepaired. Much level-
ing of streets is proposed. Not too
much, pray yon, or Sau Francisco
will lose some of its best bits of the
She has it in her
power to become the most beautiful
of Aineric.iu cities—if Washington
will forgive us— by ndlieriug to a
well-considered architectural and
It will pay im
mensely, as it pays Paris.
Francisco is essentially au artist.
Now is ber opportunity.— “ With
Magazine for July.
Monroe is a “ dry” town in a
“ dry” county, but despite this fact
there were evidences of liquor at
the picnic. Mrs. McGinnis, wife of
the liveryman, observed peculiar
actions on the part of her husband
ahd sta ted an investigation. Fin
ally sht discovered the base of sup
plies in an oat bin in her husband's
S om e F resh S tatistics.
stable. Boose of every variety and
description was cashed away in that
According to the official election
bin, liquid refreshments which had
returns, the six most populous
been brought to the picnic from
couuties, outside of Multnomah, are
Harrisburg by some of the men
Marion, with 6089 votes, Lane with
Mrs. McGinnis immediately got 5001, Clackamas 5792, Linn 4C55,
Securing a hammer Umatilla 4139 and Baker 4019.
she marched forth to battle. Break While these figures have no such
ing the lock from the oat bin she value as the Federal census, they
proceeded to demolish every bottle may be taken as a fairly accurate
to be discovered.
The men who measure of population.
had owned the whiskey sent the
The total vote by counties seems
woman’s hnsband to ber to beg to confirm the view based on obr
that she desist in her crusade but servatioD that Western and South
his efforts were rewarded by a blow ern Oregon are gaining more rap
H. Jams. Master.
on the head with the hammer, which idly than the region east of the
M .rtlePoint.. .7 A-M. I oquilleCTy « *0 a - n .
effectually laid him out.
Girl Tumbles Over Cliff.
Ciscades. We know that with di
Co,.uille City . .1 r-M. I Myitis P’t.,4 00 r-if.
Daily except Sunday.
vers fled agriculture the farms this
Rockford, III., June 19.— Miss
fq r T iip safe and reliable tiwn -U 0 9 Edna Brown, daughter of former
In requesting the several Prose side of the mountains are growing
smaller and homes are multiplying,
Mayor E. W. Brown, fell from the cuting Attorneys of the state to
The New and Speedy,
while in Eastern Oregon the tend
top o f a bluff overlooking Rook
ency is toward larger individual
river to the rocks below, a distance the amendment of the criminal laws
holdings of field and range.
of 127 feet, and escaped serious in as thsir experience convinces them
C. P. Jensen. M aster
fortunately, the promise of new
Miss Brown, who was a
Will make regular tripe between
Crawford has begun at the right ia:lway lines shall be redeemed, the
Ooquille River and San student at Stanford university when place to secure remedial legislation. Inland Empire at the next general
the school suffered the big earth
quake, haa been entertaining west Too many laws are enacted with too election, tw > years hence, will show
N o Stop-over at W a y Porta.
little previous consideration and too big in the percentage column
Electric Lighta. Everything In First ern friends since her return from
little knowledge of the effects the gains.
Coming near to Portland, the sub.
With a party of frieu Is she at laws will have. The Prosecuting
tended a picnic on the summit of ' Attorneys o f the state and the At- urban population annexed to the
the high bluff.
While arranging | torney General will be able to draft metropolitan school district by Mon
the luncheon .be approached too amendments which, if passed by day’s vote shows some surprises.
AT NORTH BEND
close to the edge, the rock crum the Legislature, will remove defects In Arleta, a new community south
bled aDd precipitated her to the
Is now open for the recep
rocks below. A small tree jntting | which have enabled the guilty to east of Mount Tabor, there are 625
tion of patient*. The term*
out half the distance down < aught 1 escape punishment in the past. If children, indicating a population of
ar* $10 per week and
The addition of
her clothing and borke her fall all the lawn that are passed by the probably 5000.
Still larther down a Legislature were drafted before the 2678 pupils to the city schools io
small shrub caught one of her slip Legislature meets, the statute-books one day by legislation presents in
pers and tore it from her foot, thus
concrete form the large and steady
breaking the force of the fall. She would contain a smaller number of
badly brained and scratched, I laws that have vngue meaning and growth of all the Esst Side sub-
but no bones were broken.
uncertain application. —Oregonian.
NORTH BEND. OREOON
CQQUILLE RIVER STEW BOAT CO
Str. E liza b eth
The Mercy Hospital
Sisters of Mercy
$1.50 P eu Y e ar
C O U N T Y , O R E G O N , W E D N E S D A Y , J U N E 27, 1906.
Note and Comment.
Russia chd get along without the :
love of other countries if she is only
able to borrow money from them.
n owl ton’s Drug Store |i
“ The Jungle” is to be dramatized
but the meat tragedy has been en
acted in many households in this
Carries a full nud complete stock of
FINE STA TIO N E R Y,
TO ILE T ARTICLES.
“ Nature Is greater than I ’’ says
Alfred Austin whom somo critics
have accused of being the most con
ceited man on earth.
Of all the various bad reports
that oome from Panama none at
least has ever brought news of any
one being drowned io the Canal.
The Postmaster at Buffalo it in
volved in a cemetery scandal. This
is a grave hole for any man to be
Congress proposes a bill making
it a crime to rob an Indian.
should an Indian be favored above
a coal consumer or an insurance
T. T. LAND, Proprietor.
Card rooms (!)
President Roosevelt refused to *
interfere in the hanging of a mur
shows that he cau let some things
alone when he tries hard enough.
Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Cigars and
Inspection from hoof tooan is the
slogan of the people in regard to
tb < beef business but a glance into
hoi I and restaurant kitchens sug
gests that inspection from hoof to
table might not be wasted.
Propliot Dowiu is sotting up a
great howl at beiDg thrown out of
Zion but on the inside he must be
congratulating himself that only a
very shrewd man could havo fooled
so many people for so long a time.
Secretary Taft does not think
young officers should burden them
selves with wives on their present
And this announcement is
made just at the time when the
world tnought he was the friend of
and conspirator with all lovers.
City News Stand.
Whatever the President intended *
to say in his speech it is clear that
the muck rakers have had a great
deal of free advertising by which
they will not be reluctant to profit.
William, Ivins, late candidate for
Mayor of New York says we are
suffering from “ a contagion of lux
ury”. To most of us it seems we
are suffering for lack of it.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
F ro n t Street,
C O Q U IL L E ,
A l .L
B. F E N T O N
Saddle Horses of best quality always on baud. Good Rigs in r. .li
nes» for special trips. In fact, a general Stage aud Livery busint f
The price on “ Home Dressed’’
Accommodations for Taveling men a specialty
meats has gone up several cents on
Leave Ooquille nP6 a. m., arriving at Roseburg at 10 i>. in. Faic - 50
the pound, even on the “ home
dressed” sort that hears the Chicago
inspectors mark. Wheu it comes to
paying the costs in any inventiga-
tion or strike io this country it iB
the consumer that produces the
M AR SH FIELD
Nothing could be more expressive
and unequivocal than the statement
of the Governor General of Canada
that the idea of annexing Canada
to the United States is as little on-
tertained by Canadians as the idea
of annexing the United States to
Canada is by the citizens of the
In this country we are so engaged
in protecting property from every
body but the trusts that wo are con-
spiciously less concerned about the
protection of human lives thau
severe laws have reduced the deaths
on railways to a percentage far be
low ours and in France and Italy
the killing of humble pedestraina
by automobilists is attended by such
risk to liberty and property as to
appall Americans who take machines
A private hospital for the care aDd treatment of medical, surgical
and obstetrical cases.
Equipment new and modern
$15 to $ 3 0 per week
Including room, bjard, g.-neral nursing and drugs.
Miss S. C. Lakeman, Matron.
Claude F ox,
Succeasor to W
W IL L M E E T A L L B O A TS A N D T R A IN S .
All orders handled with carefulness and expedience
The President’s idea is that if a
man looks upward and onward
while he is wielding the muck rake 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
the work will proceed on a more
elevated plane.' A practical man
who has ever had to staud over a
stable boy knows that the only way
to wield a muck rake is to keep the
eyes on the muck until it is out of
the way. The result of some muck A private Hospital w ell equipped for the treat*
raking in the Senate will be seen
merit o f surgical and m edical diseases.
in the result of the Railway rate bill
as it was seen in the passage of the
T ra in e d Nurses in Attendance.
pure food bill. The Senate has be
come at last a little more afraid of For Information Address
TV m. Horsfall, M, D .,
the people than it ie of the corpo
m HORSFALL HOSPITAL
MISS L. 6 . GOULD. SUPERINTENDENT.