Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, March 20, 1907, Image 1

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Entered a* aeeond-ehua matter May
8, 1006, at the poaioffice at Coquille,
Orecon, under act of Congress of March
Office at Sloctim’ e Drug Store.
OoqciLLK, O kiuon .
Attorney and Counoellor at Law.
Offloe in Bobinaon Building
Offloe in Hobinson Hail din«, Upstairs
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
First-olaas References
ifteen Years’ Experience
OoquiLLi C ity , O ri
Martin Building,
Front Street
CoQUIIeLI, O brooh
A. J. Sherwood,
A ttobnrt - at -L aw ,
N o tait P ublic ,
Walter Sinclair,
A ti - orkbt - at -L aw ,
N otab » P ublio ,
O regon .
Hall & Hall,
A ttobnbts - at -L aw ,
Dealei iu R ia l E rtati of ail klnda.
Marshfield, Oregon.
C. A. Sehlbrede,
Phone 761.
M arshfield , O regon '.
E. G. D. Holden,
L awtsb ,
Jurrica or thb P xaci
Commissioner, General Insurance)
tent, and Notary Publie. Offles
in Robinson Building.
A. F. Kirshman,
D entist .
Offloe two doors Booth of Post offles.
.50 P er Y eah
V o l . 2 4 : No. 25.
S tr . D I S P A T C H
T*m Whit*. Master
I Arrives
Bandon....... 7 a -*. | Toquilie___ 10 a - m .
Coouille....... 1 P-M. | Banrlon . . . . 4 r-M.
Connects at Coquille with train tor Marahfiold
and steamer Ejho for Myrtle Point.
Str. F A V O R IT É
J. C. Moomaw, Master,
| Arrives
Coquille........ 7 A-M. | Ratidon.. 10:45 a - m .
Bandon......... 1 P-M. | Coquille. 4:46 P-M.
H. «lams. Master.
Myrtle P oin t.. .7 a - m . | oquille C’y 9 30 a - m
Coquille C ity .. .1 P-M. I Myitte P*t..4 00 P-M
Daily except Sunday.
gflTThe safe and reliable t iw - f t
The New and Speedy,
Str. Elizabeth
C. P. Jansen. Muster.
Will make regular trips between
Goquille River and San
Wo S to p -o re r s t W e y Ports.
Electric Lights. Everything in First
Clsss Style.
One horse 6 year* old, weight
about 1300 pounds, aleo one mare
3 years old.
Enquire o f Htnry
Grady, Norway, Oregon.
The Argument for Uniform Di­
vorce Laws
The need o f a more uniform law
regulating divorce in this country in
plainly shown by professor Felix
Adler in the Woman’s Home Com­
panion for March. Professor Adler
■bows how the notable conference
assembled at Washington last Feb­
ruary marks tbe turning of the tide
in this country away from the ex­
aggerated freedom, or license, of
divorce which has so widely prevailed
and a return to stricter views and
to insistence on more conservative
“TheCongress on UniformDivorce
Laws is socially significant, because
it marks the turning of the tide in
favor of stricter legislation on the
subject o f divorce. Uniformity is
aimed at, not for the sake of unifor­
mity itself, but for the sake of the
Best ’Hello Girl" is Blind
Miss Susie Davis, a young girl of
0, is the most accurate and rapid
telephone operator in tbe Virginia
City, Nev., telephone exchange, and
she has been perfectly blind since
When she first applied
for tbe position she was told it would
be quite impossible for her to man­
age the immense keyboard without
seeing it, as no other blind person
had ever been employed in the
telephone service. She persisted
and was finally given a chance.
She learned every number on her
keyboard so well that in a recent
competition held in Virginia City;
to determine tbe most efficient opera­
to r she beat all competitors, despite
the fact that she could not see.
She is a graduate of the School for
the Blind at Berkeley, Cal.
New Forest Reserve
March 6.—The
President, on the day that Congress
adjourned, created permanent forest J. S. Lawrence, Plaintiff,
reserves, which embrace all public A. J. H ackett, C. Kundert,
L. Krouse, Ole A.Quam, L.
timber land in Oregon, Washington, J.
E. Goodbout, H. J. Dexbel-
Idaho, Montana, Colorada and mer, G. W. Dexheimer, H. M.
W. 8. Beach. J. P. Hill,
Wyoming, known or believed to be Frick,
Dr. H. V. Olymer, J. E. Paul.
chiefly valuable for forestry purpos­ J. M. Broderick, R. B. Bsatis,
es. There may be other land of F. Dooley, H. D. Page, S „ F.
this type not included, but if so, the Crouter, Carrie B. Crouter.
Dr. A. J. Provost, O. J. Diets,
probabilities are that it will never J.
J. McKenzie, H. J. Har­
bfe included within a forest reserve, per, M. J. Harper, L. L. Or-
Linda L. Orvis, Orel D.
because the agricultural appropria­ vis,
Orvis, J. 8. Anderson, H. An­
tion bill, signed March 4, prohibits derson, J. H. Shepherd, H. M.
the creation of further reserves in Rogers Henry J. Miller, and
M ollieG, Foeter, Defendants. J
the six states named, except by act
To A. J. Hackett, C. Kundert, J. L.
of Congress.
Krouse, Ole A. Quam, L. E. Goodbout,
Adding the area of reserves just cre­ H. J. Dexheimer, G. W . Dexheimer, H.
ated to the area of those created to M. Frick, W. S. Beach, J. P. H ill, Dr.
H. V . Clymer, J. E. Paul, J. M. Brod­
the area of those created in the
erick, R. B. Beatis, Jason Curtis, J. F.
past, it is found that the total re­ Collins, J. F. Dooley, H. D. Page, S. F.
serve area of Oregon is now 16,- Crouter, Carrie B. Crouter, Dr. A. J.
552,728 acres,in Washington 12,076,- Provost, O. J. Dietz, J. J. McKenzie,
600 and in Idaho 20,015,766 acres. H. J. Harper, M. J. Harper, L. L. Or-
The Forest Service has issued a vis, Linda L. Orvie, Orel D. Orvis, J. 8.
Anderson, H. Anderson, J. H. Shep­
statement giving a general descrip­ herd, H. M. Rogers, Henry J. Miller,
tion of those recently created, and and Mollie G. Foster, the above-named
that of the Tillamook, Umpqua aud defendants:
There have been all sorts of ap­
greater protection of the family,
which such uniformity will furnish. plicants for the most wonderful
It has been one of the favorite ar­ memory, but the honor has at last
guments of the adversaries of pop. been accorded to Richard C. Gill,
ulsr government that democracy in tbe superintendent of the model de­
the end must lead to social as well partment of the patent office in
as politilal anarchy. The'friends of Washington. Until quite recently Couuille Reserves follows!
These three National forests are
popular government, on the other every inventor who wishes a patent
in the Coast Range of Ore-
hand, have put their trust in what bad to send a small model of his in­
may be colled the collective instinct vention, showing exactly how it gen and extend in tbe form of a
worked. These were turned over narrow, broken belt from Tillamook
of Belf-preservation ofthe masses.
“ The Congress is important aDd to Mr. Gill, until now he has a col­ County tc Curry County. Their
interesting for another reason; It lection of more than 800,000 models. areas are:
They are not arranged alphabet­ acres, and Coquille, 140,000 acres.
is an attempt to secure by moral
suasion, by voluntary action on tbe ically, or chronologically, but Mr. The lands embraced within them
part o f the lawmaking bodies of tbe Gill can tell the day when each was are either heavily timbered or lie
different states, a certain minimum sent in, what ia its sailient feature, within extensive old burns.
of uniformity in legislation,of which who was the inventor, and. in most
may have believed that it can only cases, what has been its success the country is cut up by numberless
be obtained by a national law. The All this without ever looking at any canyons, and is thus unsuitable for
tendency to employ the short-cut of them, except as they are submit­ agriculture. As factors in the fu­
method o f national legislation iu ted to him. Mr. Gill is past 70 ture lumber industry of Oregon,
matters hetherto left to the several years old.— F. J. Haskin in Oregon­ these National forests are going to
be very important.
Practically all
states is visibly gaining headway ian.
within them
among our people. Undoubtedly,
Death of R e v . M cC orm a c
is covered with the heaviest kind of
if the difficulty of amending the Con-
a stand of young timber and most
sititution had not stood in the wny
Dr. J. T. McCormac received the
as an almost insurmountable ob­ sad intelligence by wire yesterday of it bids fair to be of excellent
stacle, a national divorce law would of the death of his father, the Rev. quality. Tbe Coquille in particular
long since have been enacted. And Johnston McCormac,which occurred contuins a great deal of young Port
Orford cedar, which is probably tbe
this difficulty, in one way or an­ at Portland on tbe 12th iust.
other, will surely he o*er come, if ceased’s health had been poorly of best timber on tbe const.
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the method of voluntary agreement late, mainly on account o! declin­
H u n dred T housand L ooted .
wbich^ihis Congress has undertaken ing years, as he bad reached the age
to apply shall prove illusory. There of 82.
Peoria, III., March 9.— Indict­
Rev. McCormac was a resi­
are advantages on the side both of dent of Coos Bay in the early '80s ments were re-turned this morning
national and o f state authority in and bis kind disposilson and well against the following: Robert Jones,
matters cf social legislatiou. Many
isb< s for all endeared him to a i City clerk on 13 counts for empezzle-
of us are strongly inclined to prefer large circle of acquaintances who ment; Daniel Potter, former sberil,
the slower method o f workmg to ­ deplore bis loss.
embezzlement; William Peteres, for­
ward a gradual approximation of
He n ade bis home at Astoria af- mer deputy sheriff, confidence game
standards among the I bwh o f the ter leaving the bay for many years and falsifying public records; E. M.
several states. Nevertheless, cer­
To mourn his loss he leaves three Conkey, former deputy, embezzle­
tain social needs are imperathe; aud chiidn u. Tliev are; Dr. I. T. Mc­ ment; Sherman Hunt, former depu­
if the Btates fail to agree, the scrup­ Cormac, of Marshfield; Mrs. W. S. ty, extortion; Dan Raum, attorney,
les dictated by regard for the inde­ Duniway, of Salem, and J. W. Mc­ forgery. A total of 30 indictments
pendent spheres o f the different Cormac, of Astoria. — MarslitieldS .n, were retnrned, specifying that over
commonwealths will have to giv«
$100,000 was taken from the city
Bandon Recorder.
way, and a way found to cut the
and county in the office of city clerk
Stockholders in the new Pulp and
hopeless tangle by means of tbe
and former sheriff. The grand jury
Paper Mill hold their meeting for
sword of congressional action.”
scathingly denounced the careless­
the election of directors next Friday
ness of all county and city officials.
Coos Bay News.
night, March 22. Election of offi­
Z .T . Siglin was in town this week. cers will take place on the following |
B attleship is B low n Up.
He ia vigorously prosecuting the Monday night.
March 12.— Powder
work of building sheds aDd making
Last Saturday Olivor Woldvogel
ready for installing new machinery was seriously bruised in attempting magazines on boad the French Bat­
at bis brick plaot on tbe isthmus.
to stop a run-away team. The team tleship Iena blew up at 1:35 this af­
Dr. J. T. McCormac and wife a,-e started near Lorenz A. Hoyt's store ternoon and as a result Captain Adi-
home after an extended visit with and be stopped them in front of the ! fflir<A> commander of tbe battleship,
¡C aptain Vertier, rheif of staff ofthe
relatives in New Orleans. En route Band on Drug Store.
they spent some time in Sou,hern
Francis Simon, employed at tbe Mediterranean squadron, and about
California, and on their return vis­ shipyard accidentally cut his index 160 blue jackets are dead, while
ited at 8t Louis, CbicHgo and mauy linger in such a manner as to nearly Rear Admeral and hundreds of
other important cities of the middle sever that member, yesterday morn­ men are suffering from injuries.
The bead of the axe he was Naval circles are aghast and the
L. R. RobertsoD, of the telephone using flew off and cut through the public is stunned by the appalling
Dr. Houstou sewed up catastrophe.
company, received the sad intelli­ first joint.
gence this week o f the death o f his
father, which occurred at Kirksvill«,
Mo., on the 5th in»t. Deceased had
reached the ripe old age of 72yeara
This illness, which took him away,
lasted but two days.
the finger and although it will be
some time before he will be able to
use it, and be is fortunate to have
saved it.
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W a n t e d . —Gentleman
or lady to
travel for Merchantile House of
large capital. Territory at home or
abroad to suit. If desirable the
home may be used as headquarters,
weekly salary of $1,000 per year
and expenses. Address, Joe. A.
Alexander, Coquille City, Ore.
W. H. Mansell, *,»£•
Under New M anagem ent.
Best of Turnouts 1
S t r ic t l y
F ir s t -C l a s s .
Hay, Grain. Feed.
O pposite I. O. O. F. Hall.
Successor to J. T. Li We
i ..i .
We Carry
Fresh and Salt Meats.
In the Name of the State of O regon:
You, and each of you, are hereby noti­ We are headquarters fo r euerything in the meat line,
fied that you are required to appear and
wants always receiues prompt attention.
answer the complaint filed against you
in the above entitled suit within six
weeks from the date of the first publi­
cation of this summons, to w it: With­
in six weeks from the 6th day of March,
1907, the same being the date of the
first publication of this summons.
And if you fail to appear and answer
on or before the 17th day of April, 1907,
the same being the last day of the time
prescribed in the order of publication,
the plaintiff will apply to the court for
T. H. M EHL, Proprietor.
the relief demanded in plaintiff’ s com­
plaint, a succinct statement of which is
as followB:
Card rooms *
That his title in and to the certain
real estate in said complaint and here­
inafter particularly described, and every
part and parcel thereof, be quieted
Soft Drin s *
against you, the said defendants, and
against each and all of you, and that
you the said defendants, and each and
Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Cigars and Tobacco.
ail of you be forever enjoined and re­
strained from setting up any claim of
City News Stand.
right, title or interest in or to the said
real estate or any part or parcel thereof,
and for such other and further relief as
to the court may seem meet and equi­
The said real estate to which reference
ia made hereinaliove and to which plaint­
iff seeks by this suit to have his title
quieted is particularly described as fol­
lows, to-wit:
Lots 38, 34, 35 and 36, in block 1; lots
23, 24, 25, 26, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, and 36,
in block 2; lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 33, 34,
35, and 38, in block 3; lots 17. 18, 19, 20,
21, 22, 23, 24, 29, 30, 31, and 32, in
block 5; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 21, 22, 23, 24,
27 and 28, in block 6; lots 17, 18, 19, and
20, in block 8; lots 19, 20, 21, and 22, in
block 9 ; lots 29 and 30, in blook 11; lots
13,14, 15, 16, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26,
ll w o r k g u a r a n t e e d
27, 28, 29, 30, and 31, in block 13; lots
19, 20, 21, 22, 23, in block 14; lots 13,14,
15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 24, and 25, in block
16; lots 23, 24, 25, and 26, in block 17;
lots 25, 26, 27, and 28, in block 18; lots
I, 2,3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 23, 24, 25, and 26, in
block 19; lots 13 and 14 in block 23;
lots 33, 34, 35, and 36, in block 29; lots
9 and 10, in block 31; lots 33, 34, 35, and
36, in block 34; lots 5, 8, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,
18, 19, 20, 21. 22, 2», 24, 25, 26, 27, 28,39,
30, 31, 32, 33, and 34, in block 35; lots 1,
2, 3, 4, 5. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15,
B * F E W T ° N
16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, and 24, in
block 36; and lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16. 17, 18, 19, 20
Saddle Horses of best quality always ou hand. Good Rigs in redi
21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 2«, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31
ness for special trips. In fact, a general Stage and Livery business.
32, 33, and 34, in block 45; all in Port­
Accommodations for Taveling men a specialty
land Addition to the town of Bandon,
in the County of Coos and State of Ore­ Leave Coquille at 6 a. m„ arriving at Roseburg at 10 p. m. Fare $5.50
gon, according to the plat of said addi­
tion on file and of record in the office of
the County Clerk of said Coos County.
Service of this summons is made by
publication in pursuance of an order
made by John F. Hall, as Countv Judge
of Coos County, Oregon, dated March
MRS. M. C. BOYRIE, Proprietress.
4tb, 1907, directing that service thereof
Irish Plan to Taboo Postcard be made by publication thereof in tbe
Ooquille H e r a l d , a weekly newspaper
published at tbe City of Coquille, in said
Chicago, March 11.— Postal cards Coo* County, once each week for a peri­
caricaturing the Irish are to be od of six weeks.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
tabooed by members of tbe Celtic
race, and Postmaster-General Meyer
A Salem woman complained be­
is to be requested to bar from the
cause a law requires her husband
mails objectionable pictnres.
to pay more for • dog lscense than
Resolutions to that effect were
he did for a marriage license. She
adopted at a meeting of the Ancient
might get some consolation out of
! Order of Hiberiaos here last night.
the feet that it will coat leas to kill
the dog then to get a diyorce.- Ore­
F o b S a l e . — At a bargain; three
W a n t e d : By Chicago wholesal
youug milch cows three registered and mail order house, assistant man­
Poland China hogs, two sows and a
I f otic«.
a boar, also a few young pigs eligi­ ager (man or woman) for this coun­
I want timber lands. I represent ble for registration. Call or address, ty and adjoining territory.
an agregate capitol of $50,000.000.
pense money advanced.
Come or write quick if you went to Phone 311.
Licorice Liver Laxative, the best pleasant; position permanent. No
do business.
F, W. Reeder
oowel cleanser.
Price 50 cents. investment or experience requirsd.
P. O. Box 78, Marshfield, Oregon For sale by R S. Knowlton, Co­ Spare time valuable. Write at once
for particulars and enclose self-ad-
quille City; C. Y, I/Jwe, Bandon.
Foe S al *. One hundred and
Jresied envelope. Superintendent,
Oarden seeds garden seeds at 132 Lake S t Chicago, III
»¡ity acres o f coel lend, containing
aleo 1.000,OCO feet of red cedar and Knowltons Drug store, a full sup-I
the tame amount o f fir. Inquire of ply of garden seeds, Both in bulk I Tinfling and plumbing done
god in packages.
(promptly by T- H. M*hl A Co.s.
Nelson Jones, Coquills, Or.
Josh’s Place,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
Front Street,
C O Q U IL L E ,
North Coquille Store
Fancy and Staple
Department of the Interior, Land Office
at Roseburg, Oregon, Dec. 4th, 1906.
Notice is hereby given that Robert A.
Easton, of Sitknm, Oregon, has filed
notice of his intention to make final
five-year proof in support of his claim,
viz: Homestead Entry No._l0392, made
will be made before County Clerk ’ and
Clerk of County Court of Coo* County,
at his office at Coquille,Oregon,
^ n,
T il 15th, 1907.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of tbs land, v is : Walter
M. Laird, James D. Laird and James
Benhsm, o f Sitknm, Oregon, and Jacob
O. Stemmier, of Dora, Oregon.
Nuts, Candies, To­
bacco and Cigars.
North End .
H e n ry
Street Bridge.
Blacksm ithing
Garden seeds ell kinds Onion
sets grass seeds and field seed a For Bargains in Buggies snd Carriages come and examine our line ws
have tha^bsst that money can buy at the lowest pricss.
Knowltons Drug store.