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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1908)
V o l . 20: No. 9.
Entered a s second-class matter May
8 , 1905, at the p o s to ffic e at Coquille,
Oregon, under act of Congress of March
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1908.
W ILL BE READY.
STATEM ENT OF T A X E S.
A s Shown by the Records on f File in
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office at Slocum’ s Drug Store.
C oqi ' ii . i . e , O r e o o n .
Phone M ai n 123.
A. F. Kirshman,
D e n t ist .
Office two doors South of Post office.
Dr. C. W. Endicott
Oliice on Front Street
Phone Main 431.
E. D, SPERRY
Attorney anil Coancellor at Law.
Office in Robinson Building
W. 0. CHASE.
Office in Robinson Building, Upstairs
C. R. BARROW
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Fifteen Years* Experience
O o q u il l b C i t y , O re
J. J. STANLEY
C oquillh , O regon
A. J. Sherwood,
A ttobnbt - a t -L a w ,
N otabt P u b l ic ,
A ttorney - a t - L a w ,
N otary P u b l ic ,
the Sheriff's Office.
Iu the matter of the certificate of W. W. Gage, Sheriff and Tax C ol
lector, for taxeB and redemptions collected for the years of 1900 to 1906,
both inclusive, from October 7th., 1907, to and including October 1st.,
STATE OF O REG O N ,)
County of Coos,
I, W. W. Gage, Sheriff and Tax Collector, of said County and State,
do hereby certify that I have collected taxes and redemptions for the
years of 1900, 1901, 1902, 1909, 1904, 1905, and 1906 asfollowB;— to-wit:
To total -mount of tax list received by me.......................
“ “ Collector's assessment...................
“ Special taxes over collected..................
“ Penalty and Interest Collected.........
" Addition to Tax Roll after Feb 18, ’08
Hall & Hall,
in R ea l E s t â t s o f a ll k in d s.
M a r s h fie ld ,
O regon .
C. A. Sehlbrede,
By total amount collected on said Tax list and asssssm'tB
of rebate allowed.......................................
penalty, interest credited various funds
double assessments and errors allowed
yet due on said list and assessments.......
M a r s h f ie l d , O r e g o n .
To Have Better Roads.
We give below a short talk made
by a gentleman in a Wapco county
S. Commissioner, General Insurance
good roads meeting which reads as
Agent, and Notary Publio. Office
L a w ye r ,
J ustice ok the P eace
in Robinson Building.
Neis P- Nelson.
Buffalo Gasolene Engines
The best, cheapest and most con-
yenient power on the market,
Tko.Berjman Shoe Mfg.Co.
The Celebrated Bergmann Shoe
The Strongest and Nearest Water
Proof shoe made for loggers, miners
prospectors and mill men.
621 Thurman Street
P o r t l a n d , O regon .
Notice is hereby given that all
persons owing bills for board and
lodging at Hotel Coquille are re
quested to come forward and settle
the same with the undersigned at
M r s . M A. T uppeb
Coqoiile, Oregon, July 28.1908.
W. W. GAGE,
Sheriff and Tax Collector
By C. A. GAGE, Deputy.
E. G. D. Holden
Eight months from now, on the
first day of June, 1909, the gates of
the Alaska-Yakon-Pacific exposition
j at Seattle will be thrown open to
For four months
and a half the first great Paoific
world’s fair will receive visitors
from all parts of the globe.
visitor comes on the last day, or in
August or on the opening day, be
or she will find things the same.
It is the intention of the officials of
this exposition to break all exposi
tion records, to establish a prece
dent and have all complete and in
readiness on the opening day. The
slogan of the enterprise is just that
people of Seattle and the Pacific
Northwest are accustomed to doing
things and they will do this with
characteristic promptness and en
Taxes collected for the year of 1901 and paid to Trsasurer...... $
« 1902 “ “
•< 1903 ■< •<
« 19o4 « «
“ 1905 “ “
“ 1906 “ “
....... 5680 72
Amount realized on sale of County property May i l , 1908 and
paid to County Treasurer .......................................... ...............
Redemptions collected for year of 1900 and paid to purchasers
1903 •• “ “
A month ago the gates of the ex
205 93 position were closed to free admis
1905 «* «» it
sion. The day was celebrated by a
vast meeting of the stockholders
held on the steps of the huge Manu
«. it J903 <i i.
on tax sale record “
general presented figures showing
that the exposition was more than
- - - -
70 per cent complete and the re
I further certify that the foregoing statement of taxes includes all maining work was of such character
taxes and redemptions collected by me for years prior to the year of 1907 that it could be rushed to the final
from the 7th day of October, 1907, to the 1st day of October, 1908.
state in a few months. To make
Dated this 20th day of October, 1908, at the city of Coquille, Coos doubly sure the director of exhibits
has instructed all exhibitors that
W. W. GAGE,
goods will be received any time after
Sheriff and Tax Collector of March 1st of next year, and that
Coos County, Oregon
everything must be in place two
By C. A. GAGE, Deputy.
weeks before the official opening.
This certainly looks as if the prom
In the matter of the statement of W. W. Gage, Sheriff and Tax Col ise would realized.
lector of said county and state, showing collected and uncollected taxes
Three of the great permanent
for the year of 1907, up to and including the first Monday in Oct., 1908. buildings which will be turned over
To T he H onorable C odnty C ourt of
to the University of Washington at
Coos C ounty , O regon .
the end of the Fair are finished. A
1 would most respectfully return that I have collected the following fourth will be completed by January
amounts for the various funds upon the Tax Roll for the year of 1907 up 1st The two main exhibit palaces,
to and including Monday, the 5th day of October, 1908, and that I have the Manufactures and Agriculture
discovered double and erroneous asssessments and other errois set forth Buildings have been finished for
in the following statement, and that said statement shows the amount severnl months. The mining Palace
of T ai Collector’s assessments collected and uncollected and the funds and the Fisheries Building, the Hos
for which collected, and the balance yet due the various funds upon the pital and Fire Station have been in
said Tax Roll; and I would ask that my account as Tax Collector be use for months. The power plan!
credited with the same:
is ready to start up. Oregon flush
A ttobnevs - at L a w ,
Great World’s Fair
Seattle Next Year.
The building of better roads and
streets is not an expenditure, but
an investment, one which in a short
time will yield big returns.
building to many is a problem, but
it need not be if any one would
consider and study it.
of building pubile highways will
repay one. “ The whole people are
interested in the subject of build-
good roads,fand citizens of every
county in the state should work to
gether and co-operate with the
meeting which was held in Port
land October 22, when a measure
was framed to present to the
coming Legislature. It is only a
suggestion when I say that an ap
propriation of $ 10,000 for each
county must be asked of the state,
the counties to appropriate a like
amount, this fund to be used for
rosdbuildiDg. If a county cannot
contribute that amount and can
give only $ 1000 , then give that
amount, the balance, $9000, to go
into a general fund to be reappor
ed her palatial building in Septem
ber and entertained the Traveling
IVssenger Agerts who met in Seat
tle during that month. California,
which will have one of the largest
buildings on the grounds, will an
nounce her building completed by
State Building, which will be per
manent, is going up rapidly. Con
tracts have been let with a time
limit of February for the Artie
Brotherhood, B'orestery and W o
men’s buildings. The United States
Government has its plans ready and
the commissioners will let the con
tracts within ten days and the build
ings must be ready two months be
fore the opening.
building to be erected can be run
up in two or three monthe, so there
is no danger of the building aide be
is needed is better roads, in or
der to make it the peer of any
state in the Union. A highway en
gineer is needed in every county,
How about the Grounds is very
and a state highway commissioner
is needed in the state to see that often asked. The site of 250 acres
the funds appropriated for each of virgin forest has been cleared,
county are used only for roadbuild graded, roads and paths laid out.
The central court of honor with its
The convention was attended by beautiful cascades and geyser basin
many women, several of whom have ! is almost completed and it is expect
taken an active interest in the good ed that water will be turned on the
roads movement here. Judge Scott I middle of November.
and County Judge A. E Lake, of | lawn are coated with a heavy turf of
Wasco County, held a good roads refreshing green.
convention at Dufur Thursday night, Gardens are finished.
where much interest and enthusiasm
Miles of sewer), water mains and
were shown. The local league will electric conduit) have been laid, all
soon select representatives to attend permanent work for the University.
the meeting at Portland.
Gas mains are now going in and
Sale Agents Wanted
$36.00 per week or 400 per cent,
profit. All samples, stationery, and
art catalogue free. We want one
permanent agent in this locality
for the largest picture and frame
house in America. Experience un
necessary. We instruct you how to
sell our goods and furnish the capi
tal. If you want a permsnt, honor
able and profitable position, write
us today for particulars, catalogue
to be placed and more are thriving
under the gardeners’ care. There
is goiog to be no mistake about the
decorative features of the exposition.
It will be one of the most distinct
ive parte of the brilliant Bbow and
people will go away from Seattle
next year with pleasant memories of
the masses of roso), the great rho
dodendron banks, the
flower beds of the sunken gardens,
the graceful festoons of vines that
are found everywhere. The eyes
will not have grown tired from the
glare of glass, white paint and dusty
paths; the great stretches of green
turf, the everlasting green of tne
giant firs and cedars, the green,
green everywhere will afford full re
lief and people will more than ever
realize the boast of Washington as
the Evergreen State.
The 1909 exposition is going to
be ready on the opening day aud
the visitor need not wait, it will be
come early and avoid the rush.
Seven Y e a r s o i P r o o f
J SHERWOOD Pré«
L. H. HAZRAD, C ulli,
R. E. SHINE. Viet Prêt
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
T r a n s a c t s a G en era l B a n k in g B u s in e s s
Board of Direetori.
R. C. Dement,
A. J. Sherwood,
L. H. Hazard,
National Ban*, o Commerce, New York Ci|p
Crocker Woolworth N’l Bank, San Francis««
First Nat’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 honest
job of Watch Repairing.
We have constantly on hand a
line of Columbia and Edison Phono-
“ I have had seven years of proof
that Dr. K ing’s New Discovery is graphs and Records.
the best medicine to take for coughs
W. H. S H R O E D E R
and for every diseased condition of
throat, chest or lungs,’’ says W. V. Jeweler, Opposite Hotel Coquille
Henry, of Panama, Mo. The world
has had thirty-eight years o f proof
that Dr. K in g’s New Discovery is
the best remedy for coughs and
colds, lagrippe, asthma, hay fever,
lungs, and the early stages of con
sumption. Its timely use always
prevents the development of pneu
monia. Sold under guarantee at
Knowlton’s drug store. 50 c, aud
$ 1 . 00 . Trial bottle free at Knowl
ton’s drug store.
Coquille Transfer r o.,
W . H. M ANSELL, Prop.
W IL L M E E T A L L B O A T S A N D T R A IN S .
A good dairy ranch, five miles
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
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
For particulars see Ed Taylr}
on the place.
Men Past Sixty in Danger
Parties having hauling of any kind will receive prompt attention by call-
in Phone 116.
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T. H. MEHL, Proprietor.
Card rooms ^
(p Pool Tables
More than half of mankind ovet
sixty years o f age suffer from kid
Fruits, Nuts, Gandies, Cigars
ney and bladder disorders, usually *
enlargement of prostate glands. *
This is both painful and dangerous, *
and Foley’s Kidney Remedy should
be taken at the first sign of danger,
as it corrects irregularities and has
cured many old men of this disease.
Mr. Rodney Barrnett, Rockport, Mo.
writes; -‘I suffered with enlarged S.H. McADAMS
prostate gland and kidney trouble
for years and after taking two bot
tles of Foley’s Kidney Remedy I
feel better than I have for twenty
years, although I am now 91 years
old. E. J. Slocum.
W. L. M cADAM 8
E X P E R T B L A C K S M IT H S
and H o rse S h o e rs
For Sale or rent at Goff At Good-
F O R SALE,
C o q u ille
Mitchell 3-inch wagon good as
new. Inquire of Mr. J. W . Toll
man at V. R. Wilson’s residenoe
G ood. S lia t r e
H a ir
R. E. NOSLER
Rev. I. F. Williams Testifies
Rev. I. W. Williamson, Hunt
ington, W. Va., testifies as follows:
Across the street from Hotel Coquille
“ This is to certify that I used F oley’s
Kidney Remedy for nervous exhaus
tion and kidney trouble, and am First Class Bath Room In Connection.
Hot and Cold Water
free to say that Foley’s Kidney
Remedy will do all that you claim
for it.” E. J. Slocum.
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800 acres of ¡and consisting of
timber, coal, fruit, farm and pasture
Isnd; also team of fine young mares,
one colt, one yearling mule and
when tbat is once finished the con some thoroughbred Plymouth Rock
tractors sill start laying asphalt cockerels of imported stock.
over the eleven miles of streets and quire of Frank Snow, box 193, Co
quille,Oregon. No agents need apply
walks. Every curbing is set and
this work will not take over two
“ Dement’s Best" is the flour
months to finish. Several miles of Di sne sells it,
cinder paths winding through the
A nice line of Chambrees, and
virgin forest, through beautiful lace collors just in at O, Willsons A
glene and shady nooks are ready.
The green housee which have been
in operation for two years have over
a million plants ready for trans-
’ planting. Over 250,000 rose bushes
are included in this huge number.
“ No state can compare with Ore
Several thousand large tubs contain
F rank W illiams C omaany .
gon in all its varied resources, its 1214 W . Taylor at, C bcago, III. ing vines that will grace the pergol
scenery, or in any way.
10-28-4t. as of the great palaces are waiting
$1.50 P e r Y
I. A. Xurnell tbe Local Piano
tuner wishes te announce, that he
will comence his fall Piano tuning
in Coquille the 1st of October and
will call on all of bis patrons after
this date, Mr, Turned carries full
line of repair i-.nd supplies and
makes restringing and felting a
specialty. Leave orders at this office.
Marshfield and Cogullle, Oregon.
We have completed a thorough, up-to-date
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P la n t.
We are now ready to furnish correct ABSTRACTS at short
notice, and orders will receive careful and prompt attention.
Marshfield office adjoins Flanagan & Bennett Bank
Cogullle Post Office.
M ARSHFIELD PHONE, 143.
COQUILLE PHONE, 191.
Phone at our expense when ordering ABSTRACTS. *
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