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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1907)
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Entered as aecond-claaa m atter M ay
ft, 1905, at the poatoffice at Coquille,
Oregon, under act of Congress of March
Money is on Hands
W o rk
Auto Mail Cara.
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Divorec and the Child
After experimenting for more
Professor Felix Adler offers an
Colonel 8. W . Roessler was offi- than a year the Postoffice Depart incontrovertible argument in favor
eally notified this morning of the pass ment has decided to use especially o f the permanency of marriage in
age of the river and harbor bill by constructed automobiles, equipped the Woman’s Home Companion for
Congress, and of the sunls set aside much tbe same as railway mail cars, March. H e bolds that a permanent
P H Y S IC IA N A N D SU R G EO N .
for improvement work in this dis as a means of collecting mail from home is necessary to insure the best
Office at Slocum’s Drug Store.
trict. He was also instructed to for post boxes in Washington, thus do development of the child, because
ClHUILLB, OR BOON.
ward to the Chief Engineer a list ing away with the horse aDd cart it needs both parents in order that
The new it may grow in the best possible
of the several projects under way service so long used.
in the district, and to report on method will save time in the hand manner, physically, mentally and
what work as to be done. The re ing of mail, for while the car speeds morally. The gist of the matter
E. D. SPERRY
quest of the department is being at along, operated by a chaffeur, the is that those who have united to
Attorney and Coanoellor at Law.
tended to today, and in a week or clerk inside the car will assort the give life to a human being should
Offloe in Robinson Biñlding
so the extension of the Government letters and have them all in readi stay united to cherish and develop
jetty at the mouth of the Columbia ness for the stamping machine when that life. Dr Adler adds:
the postoffice is reached.
R iver will be in full progress.
“ The divorce movement of late |
As soon as the list is received in the present system the mail is years had an alarming growth, not
W. C. CHASE.
Washington, Cononel Roessler says dumped into a sack and is assorted only in the United States, but in al
it is customary for the department in the postoffice.
most every civilzed country of the
Offloe in Robinson Building, Upstairs
to send a telegraph message to each
Up to the present time this world. The causes which have con
o f the engineers in charge, empow scheme, in a modified form has prov tributed to this growth are numer
ering them to go ahead. Rock and en a success in Baltimore and M il ous and complex, but undoubtedly
other material for exteuding the jet waukee
Washington is tbe one of the most active has been the
C. R. BARROW.
ty will be secured in the openmsrket first city to secure automobiles con spread of Democracy, or rather of
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
until arrangements can be complet structed especially for the puropse. that individualistic view of life of
ed to get them from the lowest bid They are about the size of an or which Democracy is tbe political ex
iftjeu Years’ Eiperienoe
ders by advertising. Considerable dinary street car, contain pouches pression. To-day, as never, as be
C oouillb C it y , O s
lumber is already on the grounds, and sorting boxes along each side fore, tbe individual is asserting
and it is probable that on the start of the interior aud provide ample bis claims to the full enjoyment of
rock will be secured at Fisher's room for the hurried work of the life’s opportunities; and while this
movement has been productive of
J. J. STANLEY
After Washington is properly lasting benefits, it has also been
Coloael Roessler was also notified
that the new dredge for operation equipped, tbe cities of Detroit and coupled with a wide-spread disposi
in Oregon and Washington waters, Louisville have been selected, as tion to resist the pressure of social
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C oquills , O bkoo *
for which an appropriation of $120,- places where these machines shall be obligations which interfere, however
000 was made, will be build under installed & b a part of the mail service necessarily, with individual liberty
the direction of the Portland office, and gradually, it is said, this mod or happiness. The conjugal tie and
A. J. Sherwood,
instead of being left to the Seattle ern means of mail collecting will the duties of parenthood springing
of United States Engineers. not only be established in all cities from it is all human relations the
A ttorn st - at -L a w ,
IN TH E CIRCU IT COURT OF TH E
In the bill nothing was said about and in towns of large size but in one in respect to which the weight
N otary F usaio .
STATE OF OREGON, IN AND FOR
TH E COUNTY OF COOS:
this matter, and there was a conflict the rural service as well. It is be of social obligation is most directly
The Chief of Eugin. lieved by the officials that one ma felt; and it is at this point, there A. E. Seaman,
I Suit in Equity to
chine can be made to cover several fore, that mutinous individualism Henry Fletcher, Minnie ¡- Quiet Title to
eers decided in favor of Portland.
Fletoher, and John Doe, I Real Property.
The new dredge will be operated routes that are now taken care of has put forth its most determined
Coos and Tillamook Rays and at by a horse and wagon for each route struggles. The conjugal relation To Henry Fletcher, Minnie Fletcher and
A ttobnsy - at -L aw ,
and John Doe, the above-named defend
the several ports of Washington, Unless all signs fail, the auto-car is has a twofold aspect: I t is a rela
N otaby F usaio ,
tion between the partners in mar IN TH E NAM E OF TH E 8TATE OF OR
deepening the channels and makiDg
EGON: Yon and eaoh o f you, are hereby
riage themselves, and a relation to
other improvements. The building Uncle Sam’s mail service.
offspring. A characteristic feature notitied that yon are required to appear and
of the craft will be let to the low
anawer the complaint Sled against yon in
est bidder. Seattle will have a The Mother and the Growing of militant in individualism is that the above entitled coart and canae, in which
Hall & Hall,
chance to get the work, but her con
iu the discussion of marriage, tbe A. E. Seaman ia plaintiff and yoa, the said
A tto bnsys - a t - L aw ,
tractors will ¡have to apply for the
former of t líese aspects is ,pre- j Heniy Fletcher, Minnie Fletcher and John
Ddh aredefendanta, within six weeks from
Desleí in R saa E stats o f a ll kinds.
ferentially emphasized, while the i the date of the first publication of this
business through the Portland office.
M arshfield, Oregon.
Before long the work of building
latter is more or less throwu into ¡ summons, to-wit: Within six weeks from
tbe nursery stage,” writes Margaret the shade. The right of married the 13th day of March, 1907, and if you
severnl drill scows and a steamer for
E. Saugster in Woman’ Home Com persons to obtaiu relief from a tie fail so to appear and anHwer on or before
use as a tender od the Upper Colum
the 24th day of April, 1907, that datd be
which is uu longer pleasing is con ing the last day of the time prescribed in
bia River will be started. They panion for March.
“ At least it seems so to his moth
sidered from the point of view of the order of publication, the said plaintiff
will be UBed far makiug improve
A tto rn e y-a t-L a w ,
will apply to the oourt for the relief de
ments to the river between Celilu
of their own happiness; while tbe manded in the complaint in this suit, a
father remonstrates about those
rights of tile c did en as affected by succinct statement of whioh relief is as fo l
ami tbe Snake River. Wbeu Spring
M ab sh m b ad , O bboon .
opens in good shape operations nil babyish curls that are so beautiful, divorce are treated with the most lows:
That the defendants and each of them,
and that the mother twines around
over the district in the river and
be required to aet forth the nature of their
hertinger8 wi>hsuch care aud pride.
harbor line will be ou full blast.—
“ There is one other point to claim in the real property in the complaint
The boy has begun to hate them,
io conclusion, reference may desonbed. and that all adverse claims of
G. D. Holden,
the defendants or either of them, or any
and be goes joyously to the barber’s
be made: The attempt to amend parsons oiaiming under or through them to
L awtbb .
the laws ou the subject of divorce said real property be determined by a de
J uptioh or THK P each
Tuesday, April 2nd, at 10 o’ clock separate each ol the ringlets, the
Commissioner, General Insurance
is helpful, inasmuch as it leads all cree o f the oourt herein:
That by said decree it be deolared, ad
sharp, I the undersigned will sell mother feels as if something precious
ent, and Notary Publio. Offloe
those who are engaged in this en judged and decreed that tbe defendants or
at public auction on my place one
in Robinson Building.
terprise to realize the ultimate inad either of them, have no estate, title or inter
half mile northeast of Myrtle Point gathers them and lays them away,
equateness of any laws, however est whatever in or to the real estate de-
aoribed aa follows to-wit: “ Lot one (1) in
the following described property: and as her little lad walks beside
striugeut, however wise, and to Block Three 1 3) iu the town of South Marsh
18 head good dairy cows, 5 head
search for a deeper remedy than field, Coos County, state of Oregon, as sur
Jersey heifers, comiog fresh, 1 good she realizes that the coming dawn
any which legislation can supply.” veyed and platted by A. J. McMillan C. E.
A. F. Kirshman,
for C. H. MerehBut and Mary L. Merchant,
work mare, 1 sow and pigs, 6 milk of his manhood is quickening on the
his wife, and of record in the office of the
cane, 1 Eureka butter worker, 1 De horizon.
D entist .
County Clerk of saidCoos County,’ ’ said real
Four Land-fraud Men are
There is the day when she sees
Laval band separator No 3. 1 tea-
estate beieg aleo described as “ Block forty-
fonr (44: in E. B. Dean A Co's Addition to
)6 two doors South of Post offlae.
gallon barrel chum, 1 three-inch her boy, a gallant figure, with bis
the town of Mershfleld, Coos Connty, Ore
farm wagoD, 1 single buggy and hands in his pockets, looking iin
gon, as surveyed end platted by William
harness, 1 mowing machine, 1 drag inch taller than yesterday, because convicted here last December in the Hall for E. B. Dean A Co., and of record in
harrow, 1 child's riding saddle and he is dressed less like a little "girl sensational Government land fraud the office of the Connty Clerk o f said Coo*
1 six hole range, Model Superior and more like ihe boy ut-ross the case were sentence! today by Judge j < * » « * : * • « the title of plaintiff thereto
| is good and valid, and that plaintiff hae a
street whom lie lias secretly envied. M onger in the United States court, title in fee simple in a«d to said described
Terms of sale: All sums under $10 Those pockets mark an era in boy ns follows:
I real estate.
That the defendante and each o f them,
S tr . D I S P A T C H
all sums over $10, ish development. Are
Bartlett Richards aud William O.
i and all persona olaining under or through
Tem Whits, M u t »
eight mouths' time at 8 per cent in distinctively a badge of sex? Surely, Comstock, to pay a fine of $1500 them or either of them, be forever enjoined
security. considering that a man has four each and to serve a year in the coun-1 and debarred from asserting any claim
Bandon...... 7 a -«. I Coquille.. .10 A-M. i terest,
whatever in or to enid lands end premises
Coouill#...... t P-R. I Bmndon .. . . * P-M. , F ive per oen* off for cash on all teen pockets and a woman none at ty jail.
adverse to plaintiff, and for sueh other te-
!onnecU At Coquille with train tor Merehtiold I
and »tOAiner Kdho for Myrtle Point.
lie ; as to the oonrt shall seem meet and
L . W . D e yo e ,
E. A b n e s o n , izes that he bus pockets, ami that Triplett to pay a fine of $500 each equitable, and for his ooaU and disburse
S tr . F A V O R I T E
Owner- they are to hold whatever he pleasos, and serve eight months in the cou n ments in this suit.
J. (J. Moomaw. Master,
That on the J3th day o f March, 1907, the
is a great day for him. The boy ty jail. A ll the d e fen d a n ts file d H n. John F. Hell, Jndge o f the Connty
I Arri res
Coquille...... ?*■ «. I Bandon.. 1 0 .« A M.
Boudon......... 1 P-M. I Coquill* . 4:46 P-M. Notice is hereby given that all Coos has his own happy day, too, when motions of appeal which will be ar Conrt o f the state of Oregon for Coo#
Connty, duly made an order, dated on
he first puts on a real pair of stout gued later.
County Warrants drawn on general
that day, directing that service o f summons
shoes, shoes in which be may run
These meu were indicted by the in this anit he made by publication thereof,
road fund and endorsed prior to
and jump and kick a ball.”
Federal grand jury for conspiracy in tbe Ooqnille H sbaad , a eewkly newspa
H. .lam«. Manter.
April 1, 1907, will be paid on pre
per pnblisned at Coquille City, in said Coos
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to defraud the Government out o f County, onee each week for aW successive
LyrtlePoint.. .7 a m . | oqul’. leO’y 9 30 a m . sentation at my office in Coquille
the use, possession and title to up weeks.
oquill* C ity .. .1 P-M. I M yiti* P’t. .4 00 P-M. City, Oregon.
Daily eacept Suaday.
A. K. SEAMAN
Mercbantile House of ward of 200,000 aerea io Northwest
No interest will be allowed after
Attorney for Plaintiff in Pro P e r.
large capital. Territory at home or ‘ ern Nebraska. Their tr ia l waa be
March 31, 1907.
J. B. D ulley .
j ^ T h e safe and reliable tiw a
Treasurer Coos County Oregon. abroad to suit. I f desirable the' gun last November, and 13 witness
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home may be used as headquarters. !
es were examined.
Dated March 25, 1907.
» » ■ T h e N ew and Speedy,
\ Department of the Interior, Land Office
weekly salary o f $1,000 per year
at Roseburg, Oregon, Dec. 4th, 1906.
and expenses. Address,
W a n t e d : B y Chicago w h o le a a I
Notice is hereby given that R obert A .
I want timber lands. I represent
Hnd m ail o rd e r house, assistan t man- Easton, of Sitkum, Oregon, has filed
C. P. Jensen. Matter.
F or S a l e . G o o d Shingle mill,
an agregate capitol o f $50,000,000.
ager (man or woman) for this coun- notice of his intention to make final
W ill make regular trip* between
Come or write quick if you want to with or without engino, also includ ty and a d jo in in g territory.
S a la ry five-year proof in «iippvrt of his claim,
F, W. Reeder
ing ranch if desired. Inquire of *20 and evnenami nnid wenltlr ex- vU : Homestead Entry No. 10392, made
an a e ip e n s e e paw weekly , e x - Jkn. 2, 1901, for the S % 8 W W
P. O. Box 78, Marshfield, Oregon Young A Albee, Fishtrap, or ad pense money advanced.
Work N E }^ , 8 E t i N W * i, " Section
(ction 6, T<
N o Stop-over at W a y Porte.
pleasant; position permanent. No 28 8, Range 10 W .. and that said proof
dress at Coquille.
.S ale . One hundred and
investment or experience required. i will be made before County Clerk and
lectric L ig h t*. E veryth in g in Firet
C l* »» Style.
sixty acres of coal land, containing
Spare time valuable. W rite at once Clerk o f County Conrt of Coot County,
Oregon, at hie office at Coqnille,Oregon,
Price 50 cents. |
for particulars and enclose self-ad on April 15th, 1907.
also 1,000,000 feet of red cedar and
For sale by R. 8. Knowlton, Co- j
the ta m e amount of fir. Inquire of
dressed envelope. Superintendent,
H e names the follow ing witneeeee to
quille C ity; C. Y, Lowe. Bandon.
Nelson Jones, Coquille, Or.
132 Lake S t Chicago, 111.
prove his continaone resilience upon
One horse 6 yean old, w e ig h t;
end cultivation of the land, v ia t W alter
Garden seeds garden seeds at
about 1300 pounds, also one marc
Garden seeds all kinds Onion M. Laird, Jamea D. Laird and James
O. A. Robinson has his new de- Knowltons Drug store, a full sup
Benhsm, of Bitknm, Oregon, end Jacob
3 years old.
Enquire o f Henry ivery wagon io commiseion and i* ply of garden seed». Both in bulk sets grass seeds and field seed a I q stem m ier, of Dora, Oregon.
and in packages.
Knowltons Drug store.
Qrady, Norway, Oregon.
now doing bis own delivering.
BENJAM IN L. EDDY, Register.
.50 P e r Y e a r
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, W EDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1907.
T w o m ile s below Bandon.
A beautiful seaside residence plat fronting on
to the Pacific Ocean with lull view of the big
water and the most westerly city in the U. S.
Lots on sale by the
Come Early and get First Choice.
T. H. MEHL, Proprietor.
Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Cigars and Tobacco.
City News Stand.
/oquille River and San
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
C O Q U IL L E ,
A l L WORK
B. F E N T O N
P ro p
SQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT CO
Str. E liza b eth
S tr. E C H O
Saddle Horses of beat quality always on hand. Good R igs in redi
ness for special trips. In fact, a general Stage and Livery business.
Accommodations fo r Tnveliug men a specialty
Leave Coquille at 6 a. m„ arriving at Roseburg at 10 p. m. Fare $5.50
North Coquille Store
MRS, M. C. BOYRIE, Proprietress.
Fancy and Staple
Nuts, Candies, To
bacco and Cigars,
i ,‘nry Street Bridge.
S. H. McADÄMS
For Bargains in Buggies and Carriages come and examine our line wa
have the^best that money can buy at the lowest price«.