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E n te re d a* «econd-claaa m a t t e r M ay
I , 1905, a t th e poatofflce a t C e q u ille,
O regon, u n d e r a c t of O o n g reas of M arch
3 ,1 8 7 9 .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Oluce at Slocum’« Drug Store.
C oquillk , O regon .
M ain 123.
A. F. Kirshman,
D entibt .
Office two door« Sooth of Post offio«.
Dr. C. W. Endicott
Office on Front Street
P h o n e Main 431.
E. D. SPERRY
Attorney and Coonoellor i»t Law.
Office in Robinson Building
W. c. CHASE,
omoe in Robinson Building, Upstairs
C. R. BARROW
Attorney and Counsellor a t Daw
F irst-tlte a Beferenoes
F ifteen Tears* Experience
C oquille C ity , O re
J. J. STANLEY
F ront Street
C oquille , O beoon
A. J. Sherwood,
A ttorn «? - ax -L aw ,
N otabt P ublic ,
N « ta * x P u b l ic ,
E N G IN E R S
Hall & Hall,
A tiorbbts - ax -L aw ,
l«r la K sal E sxaxb of a ll kinds.
M ajor M cln d o re and C aptain
P o lliem u s V isit D ifferent
P o in t on C oast.
Capt. J. Polhemug, assistant in
charge of the United States engin
eering office at Portland, arrived
here on the Breakwater this morn
ing to spend a week or ten days on
Coos Bay and in the Coqnille valiey
to personally acquaint himself with
the proposed improvements for nav
igation. Major Mclndore, the en
gineer in charge of the Portland
office, is now at Port Orford where
he went on lighthouse tender Hea
ther with Major Pond to put in a
signal light on the reaf near Cape
Blanco and will return via Coos Bay
and spend some time here. The
Chamber of Commerce of North
BeDd and Marshfield and the men
at both plaoes who have been work,
ing for further improvements in the
harbor will probably arrange for a
public meeting in their honor aud
see that a both have ample oppor
tunity to become familiar with the
needs and great possibilities of the
Capt. Polhemus greatly regretted
the aocident which befell the dredge
Oregon, and he hoped to see her
throwing mud on his arrival.
Capt. Polhemus nas been a warm
friend of Coos Bay as those who
have had anything to do with the
efforts to deqelop it well know.
It is hoped to float the dredge on
the high tide today.
pocket has been built over the hole
in the bottom of the dredge to pre
vent the filling of the hold with
water. The Columbia and pumps
of the dredge are pumping out the
water that ran iD after the accident.
The dredge will remain on the piling
until the temporary repair is made
today and then 3 he will be run onto
the mudflat where the hole iu the
bottom can be patched. It is like
ly that Capt. Polhemus will make a
thorough investigation of the acci
dent.—Coos Bay Times.
Woulld Mortlage the Farm
A farmer on Rural 'Route a. Em
pire, Gr., W. A. Floyd by name,
says: Bucklen’s Arnica Salve cur
ed the two worst so-es I ever saw:
one on my hand and one on my leg.
It Is worth more than its in gold I
would not be without it if I had to
mortgage the farm to get it,” Only
25 c. at R. S Knowlthn’sdrug store.
Y oung B o y K illed .
Neis P« Nelson.
P ortland , O regon .
Span of 4 and 5 year
old geldings and harness,weight 1450
pond«. Sound, gentle, true. $450.
Addras J. C. Lett, Arago, Or.
Will Oddy, of thie city is agent
for D. S. Rouse, the coal man at
Place orders with him
for the beet fuel in the market.
F or S a ls ,
Drain keeps on band fresh bread,
London, Sept. 23.—Zia Key, the
head of the Turkish secret service,
who has had to fly for his life, is
here in London under the assumed
name of A. R. Gray, that in his
offiicia) capacity he sanctioned hor
rible, atrocities, and that hedsrenot
ever return to Turkey again.
“ The people can never forgive
me,” he said. “Turkey has seen the
last of me forever. You must re
member that during my term of of
fice 1 have been the means of ruin
ing ministers, officers and civilians
at the bidding of my superiors, and
170 Turks, members of some of the
most honored families in the Em
pire, have disappeared. Under my
direction, a body of well paid secret
service agents, over 400 in number,
have been constantly at work.
“It mattered not who were the per
sons to be removed. Order from
Yildiz whero implicity obeyed.
False reports were submitted to the
Sultan and from them there was no
appeal. To be denounced by us
was sufficient to ruin any one.
“On J u ly 21, the day of proclaim
ing the constitution, I knew that
with Tashin aDd Izzet Pashas my of
ficial career was ended. On July
24th the Sultan sent me a letter,
short and explicit:
“F lee to Europe without an hour’s
delay. I waited till dark and tied.
“I shall not remain in London
permanently and am prosposing to
purchase a small country estate in
southwestern Oregon. As I am on
ly 40 years of age, I have a reasona
ble hope of living there in peace.’’
L etter From P o rtla n d .
The numerous Hearst publications
have been personally represented
throughout Oregon and Washing
S tea m er B andon W r e c k e d -
ton rently by Ray Wasointon Tay
Tillamook, Oct. 3.— Passing out lor, who is writing a series of ar
late last night with a cargo of lum ticles showing agricultural, indus
ber for San Francisco, the new trial and horticultural actualities in
steam schooner Bandon, recently this portion of the United States.
launched at Coos Bay, struck on the Mr. Taylor on the staff of the
bar. The vessel, commanded by San Francisco “ Examiner,” but his
Capatn Reese, took the wrong chan stories will be printed in all the
nel and strnck with great force. Hearst papers.
It is rumored that the fruit
Her crew was rescued by the life
brokers of New York City got to
After the Bandon struck her crew gether recently, had a midnight
attempted to put her ashore on a meeting down in the sub-way, and
sandspit, but the water entered the decided that they were not to pay
ongine room and drove the men from fancy prices for Oregon and Wash
their posts. The lumber cargo kept ington apples. There was at least
the ship afloat, but she drifted one commission man who did not at
ashore and stuck fast in a danger tend this meeting, however, and he
sneaked off to Hood River and
ous part of the barber entrance.
80,000 boxes. A grapevine
The Bandon was towed from her
position by tugs, and thence to telegram says that 150,000 more
have been sold and eastern commis
A large hole was stove in the ves sion men have been plentiful in the
sel’s bottom and she must be beach Yakima, Rogue River,
ed and unloaded before she can be Ronde, Wenatchee, and other fruit
repaired. The Bandon left San productions.
Hon. John Barrett, Director of
Francisco Monday, September 21,
for Tillamook and loaded at the lat International Bureau of American
ter port. Her captain was discharg Republics at Washington, D. C.,who
ed because he failed to make quick was in attendance at the National
time on the trip and Reese was in Irrigation Congress last week in Al
buquerque, will be present at the
The Bandon was built at Kruse & Trans-Mississippi Commercial Con
Banks' yard, North Bend, about sev gress at San Francisco, then comes
en months ago: cost $ 100 , 000 ; ca< North for a visit to points in Oregon
and Washington. His addresses
pacity, 1 . 000,000 feet of lumber,
will be non-political and will deal
A Healthy Family
with the creation and fostering of
Our whole family has enjoyed the trade of the Pacifio Coast with
good health since we began using South America, a subject upon
Dr. K ing’s New Life Pills, three
years ago,” says L. A. Bartlet, of which be has bestowed speclol at
Rural Route 1 , Guilford, Maine. tention.
The people of the Northwest, but
They cleanse and tone the system
in a gentle way that does you good particularly those of Portland, were
25 c. at R .S . Knowlton* drug store not entirely satisfied with the at
tendance at the show of the Port
R o o se v e lt Jr M a k e C arpets.
land Country Club aDd Live stock
Hartford, Conn., Sept. 28—Theo Association, and immediately upon
dore Roosevelt Jr., who will enter the close of that meeting a canvass
the employ of the Hartford Carpet was commenced for 1909 season
company in Shompsonville, on Oct tickets. The success of this cam
ober 1 , will do clerical work in the paign has been phenomenal. The
office for a time, and later will enter tickets are $5.00 each, and it is pro
the woolroom aDd advance from one posed to sell 5,000of them— from the
department to another until he has present outlook this can be aocom-
learned the art of manufacturing pliahed without any trouble. It is
carpets He will live for the present the intention of the Committee to
have special guaranteed trains from
at the home of A. D. Higgins, pres points throughout Oregon, Wash
ident of the concern.
ington and Idaho to bring at atten
Burns, bruises and scratches, big dance, including those from this
and little cuts or in fact anything city, of 150,000,
teqnirtng a salve, are best and quick
Both Friday and Haturday nights
est soothed and healed by DeWitt’s trains took good big delegations of
Carbolized Wich Hazel Salve. The people from the Pacific Northwest
best salve for piles. Be sure you to attend the conference of Com
get DeW itt’s. Sold by R. S. mercial bodies to be held in Han
Francieao this week, and also to p a r
Best grade cane sugar $6.40 per ticipate in the Trans-Mississippi
1 Commercial Congreen.
sack at O. Wilson A Co.
In the case of the United States
against the Oregon & California
Railroad Company at al. the govern
ment takes the stand that the terms
of the grant allowing the railroad
alternate sections of land along its
route have been violated. Attor
neys for 628 applicants for land
along the railroad made a motion to
the United States Court yesterday
praying to intervene and be made
parties in the suit. The Court
granted the petition.
A. C. Woodcock, D. R. Murphy
and A. C. Farren are the attorneys
representing the petitioners. In
the petition it denied that the Uni
ted Htates court has authority to
declare forfeited that portion of the
land grant for which regular appli
cation has been filed for the 160
acres each, the right being given
the applicants under the act of Con
gress creating the grant The peti
tioners represent that each of them
made application for the acquisition
of not more than 160 acres, and
offered the railroad company $2.50
an acre in payment. The railroad
company, it is contended, declined
to accept the proffered payment and
the petitioners claim an estate inter
est by having made the proffer m
good faith, and now are ready to
settle upon the lands and improve
The petitioners asked that the
court enter an order compelling the
company to accept th 6 payments
and issue deeds. They add that
the railroad company has already
sold tracts of more than 160 acres
and at a higher price than $2.50 an
acre. Special Proseouting Attor
ney Townsend has charge of the
Because you have contracted or
dinary colds and recovered from
themwithout treatment of any kind
do not lor a moment imagine that
colds,are not dangerous. Everyone
knows that pneumonia and chronic
catarrh have their origin in a com
mon coid. Consumption is not
caused by a cold bnt tb? cold pre
pares the system for the reception
and development of the germs that
not otherwise have found lodgment.
It is the same with all infectious
diseases, Diptheria, scarlet fever,
measles and whooping cough are
much more likely to be contracted
when the child has a cold. You *
will see from this that more real
danger lurks in a cold than in any
other of the common ailments. The
easiest and quickest way to cure a
cold is to take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. The mauy remarkable
cures effected by this preparation
have made it a staple article of trade
over a large part of the world. For
sale by R- S. Knowlton.
J SHERWOOD Prt*.
R. I. SHINE, VI«* Prat
l. H. HAZRAD, Cltkl*
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
o p c o g u m u f l , o R H a o r< .
T r a n s a c t s a G e n e r a l B a n k i n g B u s in c s i
Board of Oiroctora.
R. O. Dement,
A. J. Sheiwood,
L. H. Hazard,
R. £. Shine.
National Bank o Cbmmerce, New York City
Crocker Wool worth N ’l Bank, San Franclaeo
F irst N at’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Or
WATCHES! WATCHES! WATCHES
If you want a watch come and
examine our stock. We will sell
you one at the right price and guar
antee every one.
We will also do you an honeit
job of Watch Repairing.
We have constantly on hand a
line of Columbia and Edison Phono
graphs and Records.
W. H. SH R O ED ER
Jeweler, Opposite Hotel Coquille
Coquille Transfer Co.,
W. H. MANSELL, Prop.
W ILL M E E T A L L B O A TS A N D TR A IN S .
Parties having hauling of any kind will receive prompt attention by call-
in Phone 116.
/Is /I n /K 7ls /Is /Is /IS /1\ /<^ /|\ /R /t\ /N /. V / in /I s /f\ /N /t\ 7N /1\
T. H. MEHL, Proprietor.
E 8 TRAY NOTICE.
S .H . McADAMS
Notioe is hereby given that there
are two atears, one red and the oth
er red and white spotted, branded
Z, and marked upper-bit in right
ear and over crop off left. The
The owner of said cattle are hardly
notified that in case they are not
taken away that they will be held
S. D o m in o h in i ,
Where Bullets Flew
W. L. MoADAUB
and Horse Shoers
C o q u ille
O reg o n
David Parker, of Fayette, N. Y.,
a veteran of the civil war, who lost
Q -o o d . S h a v e a n d H a l l C u t
lost a foot at Gettysburg, says:
“The god Electric Bitters have done
is worth more than five hundred
dollars to me. I spent much money
doctoring for a bad case of stomach
trouble, to little purpose. I then
Across the street from Hotel Coqnille
tried Electric bitters, and they cur
ed me. I now take them as a tonic,
and they keep me strong and well,” First Class Bath Room in Connection. Hot and Cold Water
50 c. at R. S. Knowlton drug store
R. E. NOSLER
ABSTR A CTS
A good dairy ranch, five miles A BSTRACTS
below Bandon. A fine chance for
anyone wishing to go into the dairy
business. 30 or 40 acres of good
beaver dam land; 160 acres in
all A fine stream of water running
through the place, plenty of fish,
being near Boak lake, plenty of fruit
Marshfield and Coguille, Oregon.
and berries, also near the ocean and
Sunset City addition to Bandon,
We have completed a thorough, up-to-date
good roads school handy, com
mands fine view of the Ocean, well
A b stra c t
P la n t.
broken from winds, ahell fishing
handy. Old age cause of wishing to
We are now ready to furnish correct ABSTRACTS at ehort
For particulars see Ed Taylr,
and orders will receive careful and prompt attention.
on the place.
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N o t ic e to T a x p a y e r s
Please take notice that the second
installment of taxes will be delin
quent October 5th. 1908. No cards
will be tent out except upon ap
Dated September 10th, U 08
W. W. Oege.
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
Marshfield office adjoins Flanagan & Bennett Bank
Coquille Post Office.
MARSHFIELD PHONE, 143.
COQUILLE PHONE, 191.
Phone at our expense when ordering ABSTRACTS.
J. 5. 'Barton, Abstractor.
Tired mothers, worn out by the
paevish, cross baby have found
Cascasweet a boon and a blessing,
is for babies and chil
e Celebrated Bergmann Shoe Cascasweet
dren, and is especially good tor the
e Strongest and Nearest Wafer
ill* so common in hot weather.
)of shoe made for loggers, miners
Look for the ingredient printed on
prospectors and mill men.
the bottle. Centaines no harmful
I Thurman Street
drugs. Sold by R. S. Knowlton.
Emil Heuckendorff, the Prosper
shipbuilder nd one of the best
known pioneers of the Coquille Val
ley country, died at Mercy hospital
in North Bend this morning of diph
Death was very sudden,
Mr. Heuckendorff having traveled
over from Coquille yesterday after
noon and gone to the hospital last
Mr. Heuckendorff thought that
his affliction was n.erely a sore-
throat or pneumonia, his chest pain
ing him. A 1 Coquille he was ad
vised to remai-i there as he appeared
ill, but he insisted on coming to the
hospital. He walked over to the
train alone and on reaching Marsh
field was taken to the hospital in an
Mrs. Heuckendorff is now in the
hospital at San Francisco where she
has been receiving treatment for
IJMr Heuckendorff was weJJ known
throughout this section, his ability
as a shipbuilder having gained him
a wide reputation on the Pacific
He was about sixty-two
years old. Coming to Coos Bay
upwards of a quarter of a century
ago, he was employed for a time as
a ship carpenter. Later he engaged
in business for himself and estab
lished a ship yard in Marshfield
where F. S. Dow’s warehouse now
stands. When his lease expired on
this site, he moved to North Bend,
and later movtfd to Prosper where
he established his present extensive
In the last primary campaign Mr.
Heuckendorff was one of the Re
publican candidates for the nomi
nation for sheriff.—Excerpt from
the Coos Bav Times.
Coming T o Oregon to L ive.
Henry Alton Anderson, the four-
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. An-
tone Anderson of the United States
lifesaving station, was crushed to
C. A. Sehlbrede,
death rear the station this morning
by a block of wood falling on his
head. (The little chap died within
a few few minutes.
M a r s t if ir l d , O r e g o n .
Yesterday afternoon Mr. Ander
son hauled a large log up for fire-
wood and sawed off one end of it,
E. 0. D. Holden
Tnis morning he went down to cut
L awtbr ,
more wood and his little son aecom
JUSXICB OF XHH P b AOB
panied him. The child wasplaying
Ü. t . Commissioner, G eneral Insurance
around the block and in some way
Agent, aa d N otary P ublie. Offioe
toppled it over on him. His head
in Robinson B uilding.
was crushed. Tl.efather witnessed
the accident. Both he and Mrs.
Anderson, who is not in very good
health, are almost distracted. Dr.
E. Mingus was called from Marsh
P r o s p e r , O re g o n .
field but did not arrive for sometime
A g e n t for
after the child was dead.
Mrs. Anderson was formerly Miss
Buffalo Gasolene Engines
Hilda Wickman of Marshfield.
The best, cheapest and most con-
The funeral services will be held
ysnisnt power on tbs market,
Friday afternoon at 2 o ’clock prob
ably from the Sweedish Lutheran
church.—Coos Bay Times.
M anhfleld, Oregon.________
N o tic e
Notice is hereby given tbst all
persons owing bills for board and
lodging at Hotel Coquille are re-
qu 38ted to come forward and eettle
the same with the undersigned at
M r s . M A. T cpper .
Coqnille, Oregon, July 28, 1908.
E m il H eu ck en d o rii P a s s e s Off
IN S P E C T COOS B A Y .
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1908.
V ol . 26: No. 5.