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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1909)
V ol .
26: No. 29.
Entered as second-class matter May
8, 1905, at the poatoftice at Coquille,
Oregon, under act of Congress of March
PHYSICIAN AND SURCJEON.
Office at Slocum’s Drug Store.
Offlo > Phone Main 123.
A. F. Kirshman,
D kn tibt .
Offioe two doors South o f Post office.
Dr. C. W. Endicott
Office on Front Street
Phone Main 431.
E. D. SPERRY
Attorney and Connoellor at Law.
Offioe in Robinson Building
W. C. CHASE.
Office in Robinson Bnilding, Upstairs
C. R. BARROW
Attorney and Counsellor ut Law
NEW SHIP SAYS CEO. D- CRAY
Plans Under Way And Will
be a Modern Built Boat.
Plans have been drawn up hv
the California & Oregon Coast
Steamship Company for a new
boat which it intends to build for
operation out of Portland to Coos
Bay in conjunction with the Alli
Bids for her construction
will soon be let, and the company
expects to have the job under way
within tlie next month.
take about five months before she
is completed and ready for service.
This announcement comes offi
cially from George B. Gray, presi
dent of the company, who is in
the city from San Francisco look
ing after the work of giving the
Alliance her annual overhauling.
He exhibited the plans of the pro
posed new craft this morning,
and said he had arrived at the
conclusion that in the long run it
is cheaper to build than to buy a
steamer which would require fre
In the past few days it has been
persistently reported in shipping
circles that the Alliance would be
withdrawn from the Portland-Coos
Bay route. Mr. Gray asserts that
nothing has been so far from his
purpose, but instead of that he in
tends to improve the service in
such a manner as to afford the
Coos Bay and Portland merchants
the best transportation facilities
they have ever enjoyed.
The new steamer will be modern
in every respect— more up-to-date
Fifteen Years’ Experience
than any other coaster running
C o q u il l b C i t y , O ke
out of Portland— because she will
be equipped with devices which
were unknown when the majority
of the craft were constructed. She
J. J. STANLEY
will have twin screws and is ex
pected to maintain an average
speed of 13 knots an hour.
C o q u il l b , O beoon
length will be 200 feet, beam 33
feet, and depth of hold 12 feet. To
avoid any delays at bars during
A. J. Sherwood,
stormy weather she will be of light
draft, drawing but 14 feet of water
A t to b n k y - a t - L a w ,
when fully loaded.
On that draft
N otaby P u b l ic ,
she will be capable of handling
600 tons of general merchandise.
She will be provided with two
boilers, and will have accommoda
tions for 84 passengers.
A t t o b n e y - a t - L a w ,
It is possible that after her com
N otaby P u b l ic ,
pletion the line will be extended to
Eureka,” savs Mr. Gray, "as the
merchants down that way have
been urging that this be done.
Hall & Hall,
the Portland shippers are anxious
A t t o b n b is - xt L aw ,
for such an extension it is probable
Dealer in R e a l E s t a t s o f all kinds.
their wishes will be complied with.
But at the same time there is no
of our abandonment of
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the Coos Bay route. The steamers
E. G. D. Holden
will call in there on both the up
L aw yrb ,
and down trips, and a fine service
J u s t ic e of t h e P e ace
will be given that section.
C. 8. Commissioner, General Insaranc«
years ago I promised the Coos Bay
Agent, and Notary Publio. Offioe
business men that the Alliance
in Robinson Building.
would never be withdrawn from
her present route, and that promise
will be kept.
’’ With better steamship facilities,
Portlanders would be in a position
to build up a greater volume of
commerce with Eureka, and it is a
trade they are entitled to have.
The Celebrated Berc/mann Shoe Our steamers will be at their dis
The Strongest and liearest Water posal if they make it known that
Proof shoe made for loggers, miners they want the line extended that
prospectors and mill men.
621 Thurman Street
Mr.Gray will remain at Portland
P ortland , O regon .
until the contemplated work to the
Alliance has been completed.
no unexpected delays result, she
g l^ T The safe and reliable tiwn-
will be in shape to resume her run
on regular schedule a week from
U f The New and Speedy,
tonight after having missed but
TJieo. Bergman Shoe Mfg.Co.
C a p t . O lsen, M a tte r.
Will make regular trips be* *
Coquille River an-J San
N o S t o p -o v e r a t W a y Porta.
Electric Lights. Everything in First
NOTES OF THE BIC EXPOSITION Harriman Demands no Bonus.
1 he United Wireless Telegraph
Co. was organized February, 1907, Further Details of Plans for the A .
prior to a Inch time little or nothing
Y . P. Fair.
had been done towards its establish
ment on a business or commercial
The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposi
foundation. At the present time
tion and the Oregon State Commis
our company has 200 land stations,
sion are making a strenuous effort
and over 300 ships already equipped,
to secure for Portland Day at the
all of which are paying exceedingly
Seattle Fair all the floats that will
well, and earnings are increasing
he shown in the “ Spirit West” par
daily. There is now before the U.
ade at the Rose Festival of June
S. Senate a hill compelling all ves
9th. This pageant will be one of
passengers to be
the most beautiful features of the
equipped with wireless, This bill
Carnival, and will serve splendidly
passed the lower house on Feb. 17th
to exploit the wonderful resources
and will undoubtedly become a law
of the Oregon Country, as each float,
very soon. In addition to this our
car or chariot will represent the
company will erect as fast as possi
matchless fruit aud other products
ble 425 inland stations covering
indigenous to the many important
every important city in the country.
localities of the great Northwest
When I state that we now Lave
country. It is proposed to make
three factories all running over
the parade in Seattle an exact repli
time manufacturing equipment and
ca of this particular parade as seen
have commenced the erection of
another plant to help take care of
The Northern Pacific Railway in
our increasing demand for,instru
ments, you may form some idea of response to a request from the A. Y.
the magnitude of our operations. P. E. officials has agreed to haul
We now have upwards of 200 pat these floats from Portland to Seattle
ents on wireless including the basic and back again, absolutely free of
patent issued to Prof. Bolbear of charge, having been informed that
Tauft’s College Oct. 5th 1886, and the Interstate Commerce Commis
are constantly filing new applica sion will interpose no objection to
such a plan, because the floats are to
1 have just been notified by the be sent to Seattle for exhibition pur
company to proceed immediately poses only.
with the erection of the Bandon
In addition to the plan to have
these magnificent set pieces ap
This station will handle the bus pear in the “ Oregon Day” parade,
iness of the three regular steamers ! an arrangement has been made by
making this port and which will al the Rose Festival with the Oregon
so be equipped immediately. This j State Commission whereby they will
will be a fire kilowatts station and bb photographed and reproduced
will be capable of communication on lantern slides and shown in the
auditorium of the Oregon building
This station will be of immense together with a lecture on the re
benefit to local people in many sources of the communities repre
ways, and “ will put Bandon on the sented.
These lantern slides and
lectures will afterwards be sent to
The field of wireless is unlimited the east and exploited throughout
as are its possibilities, and no man the east and middle west.
may say how for reaching this won
Japan is spending 200,000 yen
derful system will become in the upon its building nnd in bringing
course of the next five years. It is its exhibit to the Alaska-Yukon-
truly the eighth wonder of the Pacific Exposition, which opens in
C . A. M a n u e l
Seattle on June 1st.
The greatest automobile race the
United Wireless Tel.Co
world has ever seen will be
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run from New York city to the
Eggs for Hatching
grounds of the Alaska-Yukon-Pa
from pure breed stock. Both our
Cocimtis to bead our pens of Brown cific Exposition in Seattle.
and White Leghorn took 1st prize race will start on June 1, the day
at Oregon State Fair 1908, where the Exposition opens.
more birds were on exhibition, than trophy and $5,300 in cash prizes
any show ever held on the coast.
have been offered by M. Robert
Have a pen of full blood While
Plymouth Rocks headed by rooster Guggenheim, the automobile enthu
from U R Fishel, the most cele siast, who is a resident ot Seattle.
brated breeder of W R in the world,
The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Expo
also have Black Minorcus of the
best strain, and the let pair of prize sition is the first world’s fair which
winners Indian Runner ducks at has not asked financial assistance of
Oregon State Fair, 1908.
Uncle Sam is
Register Jersey cattle and Birk- spending $600,000, but is doing
shire hogs. Write for prices or
it himself on his own exhibits and
call at farm of J. C. Watson, Co
When you want a pleasant phy
sic give Chamberlain’s Stomach
and Liver Tablets a trial. They
are mild and gentle in their action
and always produce a pleasant
cathartic effect. Call at R 8 .
Knowlton’s drug store tor a free
P er Y
E ve ryb o d y Bowls
It is denied emphatically, through
the local offices of the Harriman
system, that the assurance of 4 per
cent or any other consideration for
the investment is being demanded
by the Union Pacific magnate as a
condition precedent to the proposed
building of a line into Central Ore
Now opened to the public, and everyone can in
gon. On the contrary, it is said
dulge this pleasant and healthful exercise to
that within a week after the clovern-
mant removes all obstacles to the
their hearts’ content.
Two perfect alleys
construction of the proposed road,
Gilheq Building, West Side Front Street
the preliminary work incident to its
building will be under way. It is
asserted with special emphasis that
Hariman is acting in the best of
good faith in his proposed inva
sion of the central of the state. At
A. J SHERWOOD Pres.
R. E. SHINE, Vies Pres
the same time it is denied that the
L. H. HAZARD, Cashier
0. C SANFORD, Asst. Cashier
proposed extension is based on any
condition other than the consent of
the Government to the completion
of the road as contemplated.
O F C O Q U IIiU B , O R E G O N .
It will be impossible for the Har
riman people to ascertain their T r a n sa c ts a General B anking B u sin esa
rights over the proposed route for
Board of Directora.
the new road until Supervising En
A. J. Sherwood,
National Bank o Commerce, New York Cit
gineer Hopson, of the Reclamation R. C. Dement,
L. H. Hazard,
Crocker Wool worth N ’l Bank, San Francise
Service, and who has been specially
It. E. Shine. First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland,
detailed, can make an investigation
and report as to the practicability
of building a railroad over the pro-
pi *;d route without interfering
with reclamation projects. In this
investigation, Mr. Hopson will not
confine himself to a consideration
of the proposed route up the De
chutes, but at the same time will
look into the interests of the Gov
ernment so far as they may be con
cerned in the other routes for the
road which have been under con
At the New
0smui)dsoi) & Gaffey, Props
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
A . P. MILLER,
Stationery, Fruits, Cigars, To
F o r D is e a s e s of th e S k in
Nearly all diseases of the skin
such as eczema, tetter, salt rheum
aud bathers’ itch, are characterized
by an intense itching and smarting,
which often makes life a burden and
disturbs sleep and rest. Quick re
lief may be had by applying Cham
berlain’s Salve. It allays the itch
ing and smarting almost instantly.
Many cases have been cured by its
use. For sale by R. 8 . Knowlton.
PIONEER MEAT MARRET
Found a Perishing Boy.
John R. Hill returned last Sat-
urday evening from a business trip
to Roseburg. On his way out, neur
Remote postoffice he spied a man
on the river bank, opposite him,
crawling on his knees, beckoning
with his hand, Mr. Hill, after much
trouble, got across the river and
found a pitiful object of humanity;
too weak to walk and hardly able
to speak. The name of the young
man Mr. Hill bas forgotten, but he
had started from West Fork station
for Marshfield and bad been fold
at West Fork that it was only 12
miles across to the Coquille river
and that be would strike the river
about eleven miles above Myrtle
Point. The poor fellow was only
a boy, 18 years of of ago and just
out of school. He had wandered
around for four days with nothing
to eat but a small lunch the first
day. The one who directed him
that way deserves a term in state’s
prison. It would be a hazardous
trip for a stranger to take in sum
mer time, much lees when the
mountains are full of snow. Be
sides, Myrtle Point is at least fifty
Fresli and Salt Meats.
We are headquarters fo r everything in the meat line,
wants always receiues prompt attention.
COQUILLE V A L L E Y PACKING CO
A BST R A C T S
A BST R A C T S
Marshfield and Coquille, Oreqon.
We have completed a thorough, up-to-date
A b stra ct
P lan t.
One hundred thousand cactus
We are now ready to furnish correct ABSTRACTS at short
dahlia plants are to be used in one
notice, nnd orders will receive careful and prompt attention.
"A s long ago as I can remember single feature of the landscape gar
Marshfield office adjoins Flanagan & Bennett Bank
my mother was a faithful user and dening of the Seatt'e Exposition.
friend of Chamberlain’s Cough
Coquille Post Office.
All of the transcontinental rail
Remedy, but never in my life have
MARSHFIELD PHONE, 143.
I realized its true value until now,’ ’
COQUILLE PHONE, 191.
writes Prof. H. A. Howell, o f ileges to the A. Y. P. Exposition this
Phone at our expense when ordering ABSTRACTS.
Howell’s American School, Havana, summer that the tourist may see the
Cuba. “ On the night of February Grand Canon of the Colorado, Yel
TITLE GUARANTEE & ABSTRACT C O .,
3 rd our baby was taken sick with lowstone Park and other scenic won
J. S. Barton, Abstractor.
Henry Sengstacken, Manager.
a very severe cold, the next day
was worse and the following night
his condition was desperate. He
Eleven airships of various types
could not lie down and it was nec have already entered for the airship
E. S. DEAN
O. R. HENSLEY
essary to have him in the arms
show at the A. Y. P. Exposition.
every moment. Even then his
"Besides being an excellent rem
breathing was difficult. I did not j “ Old Faithful,” the famous Yel edy for colds and throat troubles,
think he would live until morning. | lowstone Park geyser, will be re Chamberlain's Cough
At last I thought of my mother’s produced in Geyser Basin, ono of is unequaled as a cure for croup,”
remedy,Chamberlain’s Cough Rem
the central features of the A. Y. P. says Harry Wilson of Waynetown,
edy, which we gave, and it afforded
Ind. When given as soon as the
It will spurt water,
prompt relief, and now, three days Exposition.
croupy cough appears, this remedy
after, he has fully recovered. Un illuminated at night by electric will prevent the attack. It is used
der the circumatances I would not lamps of different colors, to a height successfully in many thousands of
hesitate a moment in saying that of 150 feet in the air.
homes. For sale by R. S. Knowl-
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, and
Rev. Joseph H. Fesperman, Salis
Gold dust valued at 5,000,000
that only, saved tlie life of our dear
bury, N. C., who is the author of
little boy.” For sale by R. 8 .
Ripe and green olives in bulk at
several books, writes:
“ For sev
make one o f the exhibits at the A. Robinson’s.
eral years I was afficted with kid
Y. P. Exposition. It was brought
ney trouble and last winter I was
Front Street, Coquille.
out over the winter trail from Daw
suddenly stricken with a serve pain ;
in my kidneys and was confined to j
son City, Nome and Fairbanks.
bed eight days unable to get u p ! Spokane,Wash., March 18.—Chas.
L am e B a ck
without assistance. My urine con A. Zernes of Hatton, Wash., is
tained a thick white sediment and
Whether resulting from a sprain
building a new style aeroplane and
I passed same frequently day and
or from rheumatic pains, there is j
and inspect the largest
night. I commenced taking Foley’s | will make his initial flight within nothing so good for a lame shoulder
and most handsome
The as Chamberlain’s Pain Balm. Ap
Kidney Remedy, and the pain grad the next month or six weeks.
line o f Gents’ Furnish
ually abated and finally ceased and framework is almost entirely of bam ply it freely and iub the parts vigor
my urine became normal. I cheer boo aod combines strength and dur ously at each application and a j
ing Goods in the City.
fully recommmend Foley’s Kidney
ability with lightness. The machine quick cure is certain. For sale by (
Remedy. Fuhrman's Pharmacy.]
R. 8 . Knowlton.
The Newest and most
will weigh alrout 200 pounds and
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the inventer claims it will have a
handsome thing in the
I have more inquiry for all kicids
Two or three nice new bungalow lifting capacity of about 1200
of lands than I can supply. Send
in beautiful locations. Inquire at pounds. If a success it will be ex
me your lands for sale. E. H. J BOOTS
the H erald office.
hibited at the Seattle exposition
Kern, Coquille, Oregon.
P r o i. H . A . H o w e l l o f H a v a n a , C u b a , R e c
o m m e n d s C h a m b e r la in 's C o u g h R e m e d y
The People’s Market
We wish to announce to the public that
we carry nothing but strictly first-class
meats. Everything that is found in an up-
to-date market. Courteous treatment,
Spokane, Wash., Aeroplane.
D. L. Perkins
For Sale or rent at Goff
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, W EDNESDAY, MARCII 24, 1909.
The Best Coal
in Coos county
Leave Orders W ith W m , Oddy
Phone Main 295