Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, October 21, 1908, Image 1

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Coquille Jiefulà
V ol . 26: No. 7.
Entered ah necond-clasi matter May
8 , 1905, at the postoffice at Cequille,
Oregon, under act of Uoiitfress of March
3,1879.
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1908.
ARTILLERY CC„
ONE OF THREE
DR. RICHMOND
PH YSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office at Slocuni’ s Drue Store.
C o q u il l e , O k BOON.
Phone
M ain 123.
A. F. Kirshman,
D e n t is t .
Office tw o doore South o f Poet office.
Coquille
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Oregon.
Dr. C. IN. Endicott
D entist
Office on
Front Street
Phone Main 431.
Coquille, Oregon
T
E. D. SPERRY
A ttorn ey anil C ouuoellor a t Law.
Offl«* in R obinn on Building
IN. C. CHASE.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Offioe in Robinson Building, Upstairs
C. R. BARRON
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Firat-elass Referenoos
Bay Part ef War
_sa Plan.
The purpose of Adjutant General
Finzor’B visit to Coos Bay, the lat­
ter part of the week, is to organize
a coast artillery company here rath­
er than an infantry company of the
Orogon National Guards.
The adjutant general of the Unit­
ed States, recently authorized the
formation of three coast artillery
companies '1 for Oregon. Nothing
was done by General Finzer until a
few weeks ago when he reminded
by the authorities at Washington of
the necessity of artillery compauies
on the Pacific coast. General Fin­
zer at once got busy. He Las vis­
ited Yaquina Bay and Astoria. On
account o f the small population no
organization will be effected on Ya-
Bav at this time. Astoria will prot.
ly get two. If the Coos bay people
show sufficient interest this ponit
will get one, Which will be made the
basis for coast defense at this port.
Those having an inclination to­
wards the life militant, will hold a
meeting during the presence of Gen­
eral Finzer on the Bay.
A tolegfam from General Finzer
to Walter Lyon today, announces
that Mr. Finzer will reach Coos Bay
about ..louday.— Coos Bay Times.
Fifteen Years’ Experience
C oquille C ity , O he ] China * '<J Japan M a y
S w o rd s
J. J. STANLEY
C ross
Seoul, Oct. 15.— Serious compli­
cations affecting the peace of China
LAW YER
and Japan threaten as the result of
an engagement between Chinese and
Martin Building
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Front Street
C o qu ille , O beoon
Japanese troops in Kantao, North­
ern Corea, in which several were
killed or wounded. The refusal of
the Chinese war office to permit the
A. J. Sherwood,
pursuit of a detatchment of soldiers
A ttouney - at - L a w ,
who are said to have been the ag­
N# tab y P u b l ic ,
gressors may result in the erossing
Coquille,
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Oregon
of the frontier by Japanese troops.
Chinese soldiers are reported to
have opened hostilities by firing up­
Walter Sinclair,
on a police station occupied by the
A ttormky - a t - L a w ,
Japanese troops who were sent into
N otary P u b l ic ,
Kantao ns a guard for the residents
Coquille,
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Oregon.
there.
The fightiDg that ensued
lasted several hours, and while the
exact number of casualties is not
Hall & Hall,
obtainable, there were a number
A ttorneys - at L a w ,
killed or wounded. The command-
Dealer in U ral E s t a t i o f a ll kind s.
der of the Japanese garrisson im­
Marshfield, Oregon.
mediately called upon China for
permission to cross the frontier into
Chinese territory and pursue the
C. A. Sehlbrede,
assailants, who appear to hare been
worsted in the engagement.
The
Attorney-at-Law ,
request was refused by the war
Notary Public.
Phone 761.
office.
MARSHFIELD, O regon .
The Japanese Foreign Office lias
made representation to the govern­
ment at Peking and the situation is
beginning to assume a serious as­
E. G. D. Holden
pect. It is intimated that unless
L aw yer ,
China takes prompt action satisfac­
J u it ic b o y the P each
, 8. Commissioner, General Insarance| tory to the Japanese government,
the latter may take the initiative
Agent, and Notary Pablio. Office
and cross the frontier in order to
in Robinson R oilding.
afford protection to the Coreans.
Coquille
regon.
Neis P Nelson.
P rosper, O regon .
Agent
fo r
Buffalo Gasolene Engines
The beat, cheapest and most con
yenient power on the market.
M e m o Shoe Mfe.Co.
Incorporated.
Manufacturers of
The CelebratedBergmann Shoe
The Strongest and Nearest Water
Proof shoe made for loggers, miners
prospectors and mill men.
621 Thurman Street
P ortland , O regon .
N o tice
Notice is hereby given that all
persona owing bills for board and
lodging at Hotel Coquille are re­
quested to come forward and settle
the same with the undersigned at
once.
M r s . M. A. T uppe *.
Coquille, Oregon, July 28, 1908.
The O regon A p p le M an.
The T actfu l W ile is a Precious
G ift to H er H usband.
Reading horticultural commission
litei ature pertaining to the state of
The average maid of to-day takes
Oregon, or having even a passing unto herself a husband, one who
knowledge of the facts of which this is to sbara her joys and sorrows,
literature treats, there is no escape her doubts and perplexities, who is
from the conviction that the
w on ! i to become the intimate companion
eKon
apple man has every reason to be 0 f ]lrr existence; how much time, I
satisfied with what lie has done and wouder does she give to the con-
witli what be expects to do.* Uako j teruplixtioti o f hio individual traits,
the statement of Horticultural Com. j to tt,e lights and shadows of his
miasioner Carson of the third borti- ^ masculinity, to the harmonies and
cultural district, and we have a discords of daily intercourse? asks
comprehensible summary of the Ore- Diana Huneker in the New Idea
gon apple man’s felicitation. Mr. Womans Magazine for November,
Carson asks: If there is any com- Instead, she coolly and dispassion-
petition between Oregon fruit and ( ately weighs the wage-winning ca-
the fruit of the East, why is it that parity of the chosen one, and if he
the Eastern fruitgrowers sell a bar- j fills the bill of her anticipations
rel of their best quality apples, con -1 at once appropriates him with the
taining two and one-half bushels sole idea that he will feed, house
for less than Oregon growors sell and clothe her. Not one thought
a single box containing one bushel? does she give to his expectations of
The Oregon apple men lias been a sympathetic companion, his dream
aware for some time that there is no of a home-maker or the ideal almon­
possible competition between the er of his perhaps limited income.
fruit of the two sections. The fan­
Not so with the woman who mar-
cy prices he has received for his rises for love of husband and not of
apples in London and European pocketbook.
The way may be
markets, to say nothing of New thorny and rough, with many hard­
York, has been the assurance of the ships, but hand in hand the wedding
superiority of Oregon fruits
This pair go bravely along, making light
one fact, more pronouncedly per­ of misfortune, if they may share it
haps than any other, has established together. Tact is a powerful weap­
Oregon’s reputation as the; land of on in the bands of the wise woman
the apple. The Oregon apple man who understands a man may be gent­
has profited by it beyond any other ly led, but violently balks when
apple man in the country, as bis driven; she gain* her way by meth­
bank account will show. And there ods totally unknown to the sledge­
is opportunity in the state for a hammer sisterhood.
Neither does
multiplication of his tribe.
the normal man care to feel insig­
We may safely say that the cul­ nificant beneath his own vine and
tivation of this one staple fruit will while it be true that woman can
always be one of the chief industries rule no better kingdom than home,
of the state. In its future th^^e is yet it is well to remember that a
an almost inconceivable warra: y of royal consort may with perfect pro­
wealth to the state, and o f
ofit priety claim a few inches of the
and content to the individual, xhe throne.
The bond of combining interes 1 is
Oregon apple if properly presented
one
that holds fast; that makes man
is one of the strongest induce­
ments for emigration among the and wife partners as well as lovers.
Love is the (thing we all crave,
Western homeseeking people of
yet
it receives scant consideration
the East.— Evening Telegram.
at our bands. We neglect it, we
insult it, but break our heart when
A Healthy Family
Our whole family has enjoved it flies from our dwelling place.
good health since we began using Grief and lamentstion fail to bring
Dr. K iug’s New Life Pills, three it back. We smother the flame with
years ago,” says L. A. Bartlet, o f our teaas and there are no ashes
Rural Route i, Guilford, Maine.
quite so dead as those of a dead
They cleanse and tone the system,
in a gentle way that does you g o o d [iove'
25 c. at R .S . Knowltons drug store
Political Speaker Interrupted
F o r Sale
Public speakers are frequently in­
terrupted by people coughing.|This
800 acres of land consisting of would not happen if F oley’s Houey
timber, coal, fruit, farm and pasture and Tar were taken as it cures
land; also team of fine young mares, coughs and colds and prevents
pneumonia and consumption. The
one colt, one’ yearling mule and
genuine contains no opiates and is
some thoroughbred Plymouth Rock in a yellow package. Refuse sub-
cockerels of imported stock.
En­ sttutes. sold by E. J. Slocum.
quire of Frank Snow, box 193, Co­
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quille,Oregon. No agents need apply
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
I. A. i'urnell the Local Piano
tuner wishes te announce, that he
will comence his fall Piano tuning
in Coquille the 1st of October and
will call oft all of bis patrons after
this date, Mr, Turned carries full
line of repair and supplies and
makes restringing and felting a
specialty. Leave orders at this office
D ecrease In Sheep.
Estimates made by the sheepman
of Lake county show there has been
a big decrease in the number of
sheep in the county in the pest two
years. It is estimated that in 1906
not less than 500,000 sheep wsre
run ou the range of that county, but
this year there are not more than
100.000.
This decrease has cut
down tbs revenue of the county and
kaa forced many of the former wool-
growers out of the business.
The
things that have contributed to the
reduction are that the range has
been scarce since the creation of
the forest reserres, that the price of
wool ha« gone down, the high prices
*f caroasses lest year, and the fact
that many of the- lands of the coun­
ty that have been heretofore open to
the sheepmen have been leased atid
slosed to the wool growers, adding
to the scarcity of the range caused
by the reserves, on which the num
her of sheep is limited so that the
grass is protected. The chief wealth
of Lane county Las heretofore been
in the wool and mutton industry,
but there will be a big deorease in
the income from this line this year.
— The North Pacific Rural Spirit.
J SHERWOOD Pré».
ear
l . H. H,’ 7 ft AU, C el»)»
R. I. SHINE, Vice Free
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
O P C O Q U I liU B , O R B O O N .
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 & in e e i
Board of Dlroetort.
Correspondent*.
R. G. Dement,
A . J. Sherwood,
National Bank o Commerce, New York Clip
L. Harlocker,
L. H. Hazard, I Crocker Wool worth N ’l Bank, San Francioso
Isaiah Hacker,
R .E . Shine. I First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Of
WATCHES! WATCHES! WATCHES
If you want a watch come and
examine our stock.
We will sell
you one at the right price and guar
anteg every one.
We will also do you au honest
job of Watch Repairing.
PHONOGRAPHS
We have constantly on hand a
line of Columbia and Edison Phono­
graphs and Records.
W. H. S H R O E D E R
Jeweler, Opposite Hotel
Coquille
To Slaughtor Hornea.
Washington, Oct. 2.— The De­
partment of Agriculture has made
an appeal to the military authori­
ties for the extermination of wild
horses in Nevada.
David Bennett,
supervisor of forestry in the Tojabe
National Forest in Nevada, has sent
much correspondence setting forth
the destructive nature of these ani­
mals, and asking that the troops of
the United States army be allowed
to kill them. He has recommended
that sixty days of each year be set
apart for the purpose, and that the
horses might be exterminated under
the skirmish conditions of general
werfare. There are 15,000 of these
wild animals about the park, and
their capture and training have
proved to be impracticable.
The
request of Mr. Bennett has the in­
dorsement of Gifford Pinchot, chief
of the Forestry Bureau at Washing­
ton.
Why Colds are uangerous
Because you have contracted or­
dinary colds and recovered from
themwithout treatment of any kind
do uot for 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 the cold pre­
pares the system for the reception
and development o f tbe 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 tbat more real
danger lurks in a cold titan in any
other of the common ailments. The
easiest and quickest way to cure a
cold is to take Chamberlain’s Cough
Remedy. The many 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.
Notice is hereby given that bids will
be received by the undersigned on or
before Novein her 7th, 1908, for the clear­
ing and grubbing of the north-west
quarter of the Masonic Cemetery, that
is, all of the Block No. 3 and the North
line of lots of Block No. 2 with the
streets between and around the said
blocks; all the roots and stumps upon
the lots to be grubbed or blown out and
all logs, stumps, roots and brush to be
burned, leaving the ground ready tor
the plow. The right to reject any and
FOR SALE.
all bids is hereby reserved. Five per
cent, in cash or certified check to be de­
A good dairy ranch, five miles
posited with the bid as a forfeit in case
below BandoD. A fine chance for
the bid is accepted and the bidder fails
anyone
wishing to go into the dairy
to proceed with the contract.
By order of Chadwick Lodge No. 68, business. 30 or 40 acres of good
A. F. A. M.
R . H. MAST,
beaver dam land; 160 acres in
8-14-21
Secretary.
all A fine stream of water running
F or S ale . $2500. Modern 7
room house, lot 100 x 100 , electric
lights, hot and cold water, bath,
stationery wash tubs, furnace, large
basement, chicken house, yard
fenced in, good kitchen gardeD,
young fruit trees and berries, one
block from school. Address Win,
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Tired mothers, worn out by the Candlin, (owner) Coquille Oreg.
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paevish, cross baby have found
Cascasweet a boon and a blessing,
Burns, bruises and scratches, big
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Cascasweet is for babies and chil­ and little cuts or in fact anything
dren, and is especially good tor the tequirtnga salve, are best and quick­
For Chronic Diarrhoea
ills so common in hot weather. est soothed and healed by DeWitt’s
While in the army in 1863 I was
Look for the ingredient printed on Carbolized Wich Hazel Salve. The taken with chronic diarrhoea,” says
the bottle. Containes no harmful best salve for piles. Be sure you George M. Felton o f 8 outh Gibson ,
drugs. Sold by R. S. Knowlton. get DeW itt’s. Sold by R. S.
Pa. ‘ ‘I have since tried many rem­
Knowltcn.
edies but without any permanent
FOR SALE.
relief until Mr. A. M. Miles, o f this
Best, crade cane sugar $0.40 per plaee persuaded me to try Chara-
A good horse—gentle and true—
weight about 1350 lbs. Can be seen sack at O. Wilson A Co.
bearlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diar­
at Jim Jenkins’ ranch near Riverton
rhoea Remedy, one bottle of which
Brown
and
White
Leghorn,
Will drive double or single.
stopped it at once.” for Fale by
White p lymoth Rock and Black | r . g Knowlton.
Will Oddy, of this city is agent Minorca cockerels for sale by J, C. 1
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for D. S. Rouse, the coal man at WatsoD. Also pairs and trios can
“ Dement’s Best
is the flour
Riverton.
Place orders with him be furnished on short notice.
I Drane sells it,
for the best fuel in the market.
Anyone wishing house moving or
Dr. C. W. Endicot is now located
“ $2.00 Starts a fine Local Busi­
other heavy work dona can be ac­
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bis
new
office
on
Front
street
ness, daily profits, $5 to $10 Partic­
commodated by calling on H. L.
ulars free, write to-day
B. F. and is prepared to do all classes of
modern dentistry.
Bis methods Varney.
Loos Co., Des Moines, la .,’’
I and in-fxunients are all modern and
Whenever you have a cough or
Shall government by Standard 1 up to date.
could just remember that Foley’s
Oil, of Standard Oil and for Stan­
Honey and Tar will cure it Do
F o r (o a p i> e « l T k t n
dard Oil perish from the earth 9
not risk yonr health by taking any
Chapped skin whether on the but the genuine. It is in a yellow
Sewing Machine needles at W. H.
, hands or face may be cured in one package. E. J. Slocum.
Scbroedei’s.
night by applying Chamberlain’s
$5.00 Reward to party haring
“ Dement’s Best flonr is the ki nd
Salve. It is also unequaled for whiskey barrel No R. N. 95169
Drane sells.
sore nipples, burns and scalds. For Parties baring same will pi
Drain keeps on hand fresh bread, sale by K S. Knowlton.
make claim with H erald office
.50 P e r Y
through the place, plenty of fish,
being near Boak lake, plenty of frnit
and berries, also near the ocean and
Sunset City addition to Bandon,
good roads school handy, com­
mands fine view of the Ocean, well
broken from winds, shell fishing
handy. Old age cause of wishing to
sell.
For particulars see Ed Taylr^
on tbe place.
Where Bullets Flew
David Parker, of Fayette, N. Y.,
a veteran of the civil war, who lost
lost a foot at Gettysburg, says:
“The goodElectricBittershave done
is worth more than five hundred
dollars to me. I spent much money
doctoring tor a bad case of stomach
trouble, to little purpose. I then
tried Electric bitters, and they cur­
ed me. I now take them'as a tonic,
and they keep me strong and well,”
50 c. at R. S. Knowlton drug atore.
F O R SALE,
Mitchell 3-inch wagon good as
nsw. Inquire of Mr. J. W. Toll­
man at V, R. Wilson’s residenae,
Coquille Transfer ro.,
W . H. M ANSELL, Prop*
W ILL M EET ALL B O A TS A N D TRAIN S.
Parties having hauling of any kind will receive prompt attention by oalt-
in Phone 116.
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T. H. MEHL, Proprietor.
Billiard
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and Horse Shoers
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