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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1909)
V ol .
26: No. 30.
Entered a» second-class matter May
8, 1905, at the postoffice at Coquille,
Oregon, under act of Congress of March
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office at Slocum’s Drug Store.
C o q u il l e , O r e go n .
Offio t Phone Main 123. Kesideoe, 626.
A. F. Kirshman,
D e n t is t .
two doors South of Post offioe.
Dr. C. IV. Endicott
D en tist
Office on Front Street
Phone Main 431.
E. D. SPERRY
Attorney and Coancellor at Law.
Offioe in Robinson Building
W. C. CHASE.
ATTORNE Y-AT-Ii A W
Offioe in Robinson Building, Upstairs
C. R. BARROW
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Fifteen Years’ Experience
C o q u il l e C it y , O re
J. J. STANLEY
C oqu ille , O regon
A. J. Sherwood,
A ttorney - a t - L a w ,
N otary P u b lio ,
A txorney - at - L a w ,
N otary P u b l ic ,
Hall & Hall,
A ttobnets - » t L a w ,
in R eal E state
a ll kind s.
E. G. D. Holden
L aw yer ,
J ustice of the P eace
U. 8. Commissioner, General
Agent, and Notary Public.
in Robinson Building.
The Celebrated Bergmann Shoe
The Strongest and Nearest Water
Proof shoe made for loggers, miners
prospectors and mill men.
621 Thurman Street
P ortland , O reoon .
safe and reliable tiwn-
The New and Speedy,
C*pt. Olsen. Master.
Wil! make regular trips be* a
Coquille River an J c an
No Stop-over at W ay Ports.
Electric Lights. Everything in First
For Sale or rent at Goff A G ood
When yon want r 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
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, W E D N E S D A Y , MARCII 31, 1909.
is greatly improved. In the mean
time the naval authorities are very
anxious to have it known that ad
vertisements which use the names
of naval officers and the navy de
partment for advertisement pur
poses are not authorized, and, in
deed, meet with disapprobation.
Applicants desirous of obtaining
positions on wireless ocean-going
steamships would do well to apply,
in person or letter, to the ageuts or
other responsible representatives of
such vessels. Telegraph epera tors
and others who want to learn the
work can obtain direct information
bv addressing the Chief Clerk of
the United States Signal Corps,
War Department, Washington, D.
C. Of course, a wireless operator
on shipboard will only have his
special ’’wireless duties” to be re
sponsible for— and they will keep
all of his time pretty well occupied.
—The Womau’s National Daily.
New Game Law.
Washington, March 3.— Wireless
Deer— Bucks may be hunted from
telegraphy is a subject which pos
August 1 io November 1, limit of
sesses, apparently, considerably
five in one season. No female deer
more than average interest among
or spotted fawn may be killed at
the people generally. Letters of
any time. Night hunting and sale
inquiry concerning it come in num
prohibited. Use of dogs, watching
bers to the Washington bureau of
stands or trails and mutilation of
The Woman’s National Daily. I
carcass to disguise sex prohibited.
quote one or two as samples o f the
Elk— Season closed till 1919.
diverse directions which some of
Silver gray squirrel— Open sea
these queries take, and it will be
son October 1 to January 1.
noted that my reply will cover the
Ducks—Open season September
subject so far as practicable under
15 to March 8. Sell from Nov. 15
existing conditions. Mr. E. C. S.
to Dec. 15 limit 35 one week.
writes as follows from Reepeville,
Native pheasant or ruffed grouse
in North Carolina: ‘‘Gen. Robert
—Open season October 15 to Nov
M. McWade, Washington, D. C-
ember 15; limit of five birds a day
or ten a week.
Dear Sir: Alter reading so many
of your answers to letters of inquiry
Shore and wading birds —Open
published in The Woman’s Nation
season detober 1 to March 1; limit
al Daily, I take the liberty ot writ
of 50 a week.
ing and asking you to answer me
Quail— Open season October 15
through the columns of the above-
to November 15; limit of five in a
named paper. Since the house has
day or ten a week.
passed the bill requiring ‘ that all
Story of Morris
Doves and wild pigeons— Open
ocean-going steamships carrying
season September 15 to January 1.
In the April American Magazine
passengers be equipped with wire
Trapping, netting or snaring of
less telegraph apparatus,” will they, Will Irwin tells the story of the ab game birds is forbidden, also the
the ship companies, have to have ductions, murders, and other forms robbing of nests.
an operator on the ship for the tele of violence which have been employ
Trout—Open season April 1 to
graph alone? And where will an ed in San Francisco by those who November 1, no trout, char or sal
applicant learn the work? How have been fighting the graft prose mon under six inches long to be
soon will the bill so into effect? cution. Following is the first con taken;the taking of salmon trout
Where will applicant apply for pos nected story ever printed of Morris with hook and
ition, etc? Am an ordinary tele Haas, the juryman who shot Fran- Night fishing prohibited, except in
grapher. Awaiting your answer dis J. Heney, and then committed Coquille river; sale of trout, except
to appear in The Woman’s Nation suicide:
salmon trout, prohibited; lirntt of
“ The ‘ Parkside’ bribery case 75 in one day.
al Daily. I beg to remain, respect
against Abe Ruef was on the docket.
fully, E. C. 8 .”
Hunting license fee $1 for resi
The evidence of the prosecution, dents and $10 for non-residents.
Here is another, and it comes
from lady residing in Slyvan, in known to both sides in advance,
Fishing license fee, $1 for resi
Washington: " I would like to was very clear—an unbroken chain. dents and $> for non-residents.
ask through the columns of your Ruef’s only hope lay in a prejudic
No license required for hunting
paper what system of wireless is ed jury. The fight then centered or fishing on land owned by the
used on the British navy. Mrs. about the ‘box’ of 200 men, from person or members of his family.
Belle Smith. A member of the which, according to California prac
Half of fines and penalties to be
tice, the jurors were selected. Haas paid to the informer, the other half
on ship wns in that box. He owned a little to be used in paying expenses of
board will have to
wait until saloon and ‘family liquor store’ in prosecution, and any balance to be
another session ofcongiess, solar the residence district. He return paid to the State Treasurer for the
as legislation is concerned. The ed satisfactory answers to all ques credit of the game protection fund.
senate committee on commerce look tions; he appeared neither over
Whitla Boy to Father.
up and for some time considered eager nor over reluctant to serve.
the Burke bill, which recently pass So he took his place among the
Little Willie Whitla, who has
ed the house and which requires provisional jurors— ‘As harmless
caused the police endless worry
all oean-going vessels to be equip
since be was kidnapped from school
ped with wireless telegraph appara find, says Heney, ‘until you caught
in Sharon, Pa., recently, was re
tus, but decided not to report the his eye.’ Although Heney marked
turned to his father at the Hollen-
measure at this session.
Hotel, March 22.
The decision was due to the in ticed Haas only casually.
is in perfect health. He
‘ ‘He was hardly seated in the box,
sistency o f the friends o f the wire
says he has been well treated, and
less telephone, which caused the when Burns discovered that one
ever since his capture Las been con
committee to conclude that it would Anixter, a juror who was under ex
stantly indoors. He believes he
be impossible to get action on the
tfas taken from Sharon to Warren
bill without including the telephone, visionally, had-ser.ved a term in the
thence to Newcastle, Pa. It is
while many of the members were House of Correction. He was a
bis opinion, expressed in a happy
opposed to it.
schoolboy way, that he was in Ash
The bill, as introduced in the for watering milk. Ruef had been
tabula Saturday night at the time
house, was the result of the recent his friend and protector. The de
his father was to leave his §10,000
disaster to the Republic, and it is
in Flatiron Park.
believed that its friends will press Anixter on the jury, contended that
Whitla senior refuges to state
a term in the House of Correction
it at the next session.
he had paid the ransom.
It is stated that the Marconi sys did not disqualify a juror. Heney
tem is used in the British navy. remembers now that Haas listened P r o i. H . A . H o w e l l o i H a v a n a , C u b a , R e c
It is proper to add at this point to the argument with great interest. o m m e n d s C h a m b e r la in 's C o u g b R e m e d y
that the United States navy depart The court decided against Anixter.
"A s long ago as I can remember
“ The day after Anixter retired, a my mother was a faithful user and
ment is daily in receipt of numerous
request for information regarding Jewis tailor named Cohn telephon friend of Chamberlain’s Cough
Remedy, but never in my life have
wireless telegraphy and telephony. ed to Heney.
I realized its true value until now ,”
“ You have another ex-convict on writes Prof. H. A. Howell, of
Complaints have also been made
by people who have been led to in the Ruef jury; come up and see me Howell’s American School, Havana,
Cuba. ‘On the night of February
vest money in the stock of some of about it.’
‘ ‘A Burns detective saw Cohn and 3rd our baby was taken sick with
the companies which are exploiting
a very sevete cold, the next day
wireless system of communication learned about the past of Haas. He was worse and the following night
as a commercial enterprise, refer hud been in the San Quentin pen his condition was desperate. He
ring to the extensive use o f the itentiary for embe22tement. He had could not lie down and it was nec
wireless telegraph and telephone in long been intimate with Cohn’s essary to have him in the arms
wife, Cobn had heard him say to every moment. Even then his
breathing was difficult. I did not
Some of these stock-selling
think he would live until morning.
“I am going on the jury to get At last I thought of my mother’s
schemes quote naval officers as au
thority for the success o f their sys Ruef off and make money and pay remedy, Chamberlain’s Cough Rem
edy, which we gave, and it afforded
tems. The navy department is not
Haas was put out of the jury box, prompt relief, and now, three days
in a position, of course, to attack and, a little later, shot Heney in after, he has fully recovered. Un
any of the companies which are open court. A few days after this der the circumstances I would not
hesitate a moment in saying that
disposing o f stock, but the depart be shot himself while in jail.’’
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, and
ment has, had under consideration
that only, saved the life of our dear
E ggs i o r H a tch in g
the advisability o f filing with the
little boy.” For sale by R. S.
department of justice some ot the
CocKrcIs to bead our pens of Brown
complaints which have been re
and White Leghorn took 1st prize
ceived, since it is alleged that there at Oregon State Fair 1908,' where Schooner Marconi Total L oss.
is a misrepresentation of the situa more birds were on exhibition, than
The Portland Telegram of the
tion, by which the use of wireless, any show ever held on the coast. 24th contains the following, con
particularly of wireless telephony, is Have a pen of full blood While cerning the schooner
Plymouth Rocks beaded by rooster
made to appear of great commercial
f . o i U R Fishel, the most cele which is owned by a North Rend
value on account of its installation brated breeder of W R in the world, company.
on board naval vessels
algo have Black, Minorca» of the
As a matter of fact, wireless tele- be8t 8,raiD- and tbe lst Palr of Prize ! Wrecked ou Bassendorf’ s Beach, a
„ c j
. I winners Io n *o Runner ducks at
phony, in us present state o f devel- . 0regon S u „ Fair 1908.
mile south of the Coos Bay bar, the
opment, is a failure so far as it has
Register Jersey catt’ o and Birk-1 fourmasted lumber schooner Mar
been installed on naval vessels, shire bogs. Write for prices or coni is a total loss. She was owned
This was demonstrated during the | call at farm of J. C. Watgon, Co by the Simpson Lumber Company,
cruise of the Atlantic fleet around 9u*"e-
of North Bend, and her dismal end
j I have more inquiry for all kinds came laie yesterday afternoon, due
Nothing can be done with wire- of lands than I can supply. Send to the parting of the hawser by
less telephony, so far as use in the me your lands for sal*. K. H. which the fug Columbia was towing
her. Her anchors would not hold
navy is concerned, until the system Kero, Coquille, Oregon,
.50 P e r Y
and she went high on the sand be
fore a sudden squaii. To add to
the hopelessness of the situation,
the broken towline caught in the
tug’s propeller, making it helpless,
too. The captain, Adolphus Wil
son 'and crew of nine were taken
The vessel was bound for Val
paraiso, Chile, with a cargo of lum
Now opened to the public, and everyone can in
ber, valued at $10,000. Some of
dulge this pleasant and healthful exercise to
this can be saved, but it will prob
ably cost more than it is worth to
their hearts’ content.
Two perfect alleys
get it ashore. The Marconi when
Gilhey Building, West Side Front Street
built cost $38,000 and was owned
by the Simpson Lumber Company
and, like ail the boats owned by
that concern, was uninsured. The
Marcoui is 193 feet long, 39 feet
beam and 15 feet depth of hold. A. J SHERWOOD Pré».
R. E. SHINE. Vice Prêt
Her net tonage was G38 and she
L. H. HAZARD, Cashier
0. C. SANFORD, Asst. Cashier
carried 800,OOn feet of lumber. She
was built in North Bend in 1902,
since then has been in constant
service out of this poit.
O P C O Q U I L L E , ORBGOJ4.
This is the fourth of the Simpson
T r a n s a c ts a G e n e ra l B a n k in g B u s in e s s
boats which have been lost in the
last two years.
E v ery b o d y B ow ls
At the New
Osmui)dsoi) & Gaffey, Props
FIR ST N A T IO N A L B A N K
F o r D is e a s e s ot th e S k in
Nearly all diseases o f the skin
such as eczema, tetter, salt rheum
and 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.
30 Cents Eases
Mrs. Mary LaForest, of Oregon
City, is in receipt of a letter written
by a woman in Portland, but who
did not sign ner name, and who at
tended the Oregon City public
schools when a girl about 30 years
ago. The letter, which contained
30 cents, reads as follows:
“ Portland, Or.— Mrs. Mary La-
Forest: A good many years ago
when I was a little girl, 1 remember
two other and myself found some
eggs in your
yard, near the
bridge. I don’t remember how
many but we
and took them heme and used them.
I forgot all about it for along time,
and not a very long time ago, I
thought of this act and felt that it
was wrong. In order to relieve my
conscience, I am sending you the
price o f a dozen eggs, and beg you
to accept it in the spirit it is meant.
May God bless you, is my wish,
Sincerely, A W e ll M ean - i s o C h ris
t ia n .”
Lam e B a ck
Whether resulting from a sprain
or from rheumatic pains, there is
nothing so good for a lame shoulder
as Chamberlain’s Pain Balm. Ap
ply it freely and t ub the parts vigor
ously at each application and a
quick cure is certain. For sale by
R. S. Knowlton.
Board of Directors.
R. 0. Dement,
A. J. Sherwood,
L. H. Hazard,
R . E. Shine.
National Bank o Commerce, New York Cit
Crocker Woolworth N ’l Bank, San Francise
First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland,
A . P. MILLER,
Stationery, Fruits, Cigars, To
PIONEER NIEfIT MARKET
Fresh and Salt Meats.
We are headguarters for everything In the meat line,
wants always receiues prompt attention.
COQUILLE V A LLE Y PACKING CO.
Marshfield and Coquille, Oreqon.
Wo have completed a thorough, up-to-date
A b stra ct
P la n t.
We are now ready to furnish correct ABSTRACTS at short
notice, and orders will receive careful and prompt attention.
John Sullivan, a pioneer resident
o l the Sixes river was found dead
Marshfield office adjoins Flanagan & Bennett Bank
at the home of Mr. and Hughes
Coquille Post Office.
Saturday March 20th by F r:d
MARSHFIELD PHONE, 143.
COQUILLE PHONE, 191.
down to feed the calves, and re
Phone at our expense wl en ordering ABSTRACTS.
turning to the barn called Mr. Sul
TITLE GUARANTEE & ABSTRACT CO.,
livan, but receiving no reply went
J. S. Barton, Abstractor.
liem’y Sengstacken, Manager.
into the barn and found him lying
A B STRA CTS
The only relative, we are inform
E. S. DEAN
ed, that Mr, Sullivan has here, is G. R. HENSLEY
Mrs. Bert Patterson, a neice. Mrs.
Patterson went down on Sunday to
attend the funeral.
Mr. Sullivan was about 64 years
old, and was a gentleman of high
standing in the community.— Ban-
W c wish to announce to the public that
The People’s Market
Tw o or three nice new bungalow
in beautiful locations. Inquire at
tbe H erald office.
we carry nothing but strictly first-class
meats. Everything that is found in an up-
to-date market. Courteous treatment,
D. L. Perkins
and inspect the largest
and most handsome
line of Gents’ Furnish
ing Goods in the City.
The Newest and most
handsome thing in the
Front Street, Coquille.
R o u s e ’s
The Best Coal
in Coos county
Phone Main 295