Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, April 28, 1909, Image 1

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    Caquillc Hcfalà
V
ol .
26: No. 34.
Entered a» second-class matter May
8, 1905, at the postoffice at Coquille,
Oregon, under act of Congress ol March
3,1879.
DR. RICHMOND
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, W E D N E S D A Y , APR IL 28, 1900.
FIN AN CIAL S T A N D IN G O F C O O S CO.
T h e Following is the Semi-Annual R eport
o f the Various Officers.
Office at Slocum’s Drug Store.
COQUILLE, O b EGON.
S E M I-A N N U A L REPORT
ComPromise FaUs Cashiar
Santa R o b s , Cal., April 23.—Ed­
ward 8. Rowland, former cashier of
the Bank of HealdBburg, was sen­
tenced today to six years in San
Quentin by Judge Emmet Seawell.
Rowland confessed to a shortage
of $120,090, then pleaded notguilty
and stood trial. He was convicted
by a jury ten days ago. A peculiar
feature of the case is that the direc­
tors of the bank effected a com.
promise with Rowland’s relatives
and gave Rowland a receipt in full,
also making an entry on the minu­
tes of the board to cover the item.
The court held that such a matter
could not be covered in that way,
or tho guilty man be given immuni-1
$1.50 P er Y
ear
WHY
Sherman, Clay & Co.
Of the County Clerk of Coos County, State of Oregon, showing the
Offlia Phone Main 123. Resideoe, C26.
amount and number of claims allowed by the County Court of said coun­
ARE
ty, for what allowed, amount of warrants drawn, and amount of warrants
outstanding and uppaid, from the first day o f October, 1908, to the 31st
A. F. Kirshman,
day of March, 1909 both inclusive.
D k n t is t .
County Court and Commissioners; salary of Judge,
Commissioners, Livery, Experting Books, Etc......... $ 828 32
Offioe two doors South of Post office.
Circuit Court; salary of B ailif’s, Reporter, Jury A
.
-
.
Oregon.
Coquille
Witness Fees, Meals, Special Counsel, etc................ 2439 55
Justices’ Court; Fees of Justices, Constables, Jurors,
Witnesses, Etc............................................................. „
335 01
BECAUSE! We are Steinway dealers.
Sheriff’s Office; salary and expenses of Sheriff and
Dr. C. W. Endicott
ty-
B E C A U S E We carry the largest stock and variety of the world’s best pianos.
Deputies.......................................................................... 2330 30
D k n t is t
Clerk’s Office; salary of Clerk and Deputies.................. 2399 50
Search for M issing Man.
B E C A U S E We sell “ au honest piano at an honest price.”
Recorder’s Office salary of Recorder and Deputies....
Office on Front Street
B E C A U S E We conduct no fake sales, puzzle contests, nor issue countless
The Bandon Recorder of April
Treasurer’s Office salary of Treasurer............................
580 00
Phone Main 431.
Coquille, Oregon
21st says: Search has been com­
numbers o f piano certificates, and so-called piano bonds.
Coroner’s Office; fees of Coroner, Physicians, Jurors
menced by the local lodge of Mod­
Witnesses, Etc.. . . . ......................................................
239 50
B E C A U S E By years o f endeavor and courteous treatment we have earned the
ern Woodmen of America, through
School Superintendent’s; Office salary of Superintend­
respect and confidence of the public.
Clerk of the Camp E. E. Oakes, for
ent, Fees, E tc.................................................................
801 44
TOLLMAN
one
of
their
members,
C-
A.
Barnett
B E C A U S E Our prices are right. Every piano marked in plain figures. One
Stock Inspector salary, E tc.............................................
25 00
by name.
Photographer
Assessor’s Office; salary of Assessor, Deputies, Extra
price to everyone, everywhere.
Mr. Barnett disappeared on Feb­
Help, Etc......................................................................
1016 50
B E C A U S E W e arrange convenient satisfactory Terms of Ownership for those
Residence Studio.
ruary 28th and has not been seen or
Assessment andCollection of Taxes; Copying Tax Rolls
heard
of
since.
When
he
first
dis­
who prefer not to pay all cash at time o f purchase.
Extra Clerks, Collecting, Advertising, Levying on
appeared nothing was thought of it
Property, E tc..................................................................
441 69
B E C A U S E W'e have the most complete piano establishment on the coast. We
but after his prolooged absence his
Tax Rebate; Taxes Refunded.........................................
4 78
tune, repair, refinish and rebuild pianos.
E. D. SPERRY
brother J. W. Barnett has become
Current Expenses; Books, Stationery, Postage, Ex-
somewhat alarmed and has institut­
Attorney and Coanoellor at Law.
B E C A U S E In no other house can you find anything like so many of world
pressage, Telephones, Etc (all offices)....................... 1361 47
ed a search which up to thiB time
Office in Robinson Building
Courthouse Expenses; Janitor. Lights, Water, Fuel,
famous, high-grade pianos.
Read the list: Steinway, A. B.
has been unsuccessful.
Repairs, Furniture, Rent, E tc....................................
969 78
Chase,
Everett,
Conover,
Ludwig,
Packard, Estey, Kingsbury,
Foul play is feared, owing to the
Jail; Board of Prisoners,Medical Attendance and Medi
Emerson, Kurtzmann and Wellington.
fact
that
when
last
seen
Barnett
cine, Repairs, Supplies. Fixtures, E tc .............. 2590 66
W. C. CHASE.
was in the company o f a man of
Poor-Care of; salary of County Physician,Poor Farm,
questionable
character.
ATTORN EY-AT-LkW
Provisions or Transportation Furnished, Hospital
The missing man was known to
Charges, Burials, E tc.................................................... 288246
Offio in Robinson Building, Upstairs
have some money on his person as
“The House of Quality”
Indigent Soldiers; Relief Furnished...............................
243 00
he
had been paid off by the Smith
i
I
Insane; Examination andExpense...................................
26 20
wil be at anchor at the ferry wharf at Coquille for the next ten days, Don’t fail
Mills at Marshfield Feb. 26th, and
Reform School Commitments; Expense o f .....................
to visit the most unique piano store in the world. See the most magnificent
C. R. BARROW
it
is
thought
that
robbery
might
Bridges & Roads Material and Labor Furnished* ...... 23872 17
stock of art t pianos. Hear the wonderful Carola, the Euphona and the Kings-
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
have been the motive for foul play, j
Ferries................................................................................. 3600 04
bury
Tuner-Player Pianos. The musical wonders of the age. Free concert
The
missing
man
is
described
as
First-class References
Election Expense; Registration, Ballots and Supplies,
every
evening from seven to nine,
being
5
feet
10
inches
in
height,
j
Fifteen Years’ Experience
Pay of Judges and Clerks, Deputy Sheriffs, E tc...... 1046 55
weighs 160 pounds, dark hair, blue ;
C o q u il l e C i t y , O br
Scalp Bounty; County Bounty......................................... 1045 00
T H E
H O M E
OE
D EPEN D AB LE
P IA N O S
eyes and light complexion. He is;
Health Office; SalaryEtc...................................................
172 34
51
years
old
and
uses
his
left
hand
!
Juvenile Court; Witnesses Jury,Etc...............................
239 00
when he writes. The local lodge of
Surveyor Office; Surveying Etc.......................................
70 50
J. J. STANLEY
Woodmen will sond out communi­
Dairy Commissioner; Salary .........................................
72 51
cations to all the lodges in the state
LAW YER
asking their assistance in locating
$49643 27
STORES—Seattle, Tacoma, Fverett, Bellingham, Wenatchee, North Yakima, Spokane, San Francisco, San
Martin Building
Front Street
Jose, Stockton, Oakland, Los Angeles, Fresno, Bakersfield, Santa Rosa, Sacramento.
the young man if such thing is pos­
Outstanding Unpaid County Warrants, General
C o q u il l e , O beqon
sible.
Fund, on the 31st day of March 1909...................... 92398 55
Estimated Interest accrued thereon...............................
$7800 00
on the 31st day of March, A. D. 1909.
Outstanding Unpaid County Road Warrants on the
A. J. Sherwood,
Witness my hand this 13 day of April, A. D 1909.
31st day of March 1909................................................. 15337 16
A t t o r n e y - a t - L a w ,
T. M. D im m iok ,
Estimated Interest accrued thereon...............................
320 00
N ota by P u b l ic ,
County Treasurer.
Total amount of unpaid County Warrants. $107,735 71 $8,120 00
Coquille,
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Oregon
S E M I-A N N U A L S T A T E M E N T
State i f Oregon j gg
County of Coos )
Of the amount of Money and Warrants received for Taxes,
I, Janies Watson, County Clerk of the County of Coos State of Oregon, and Money paid to the County Treasurer by the Sheriff of Coos
Lard,
Walter Sinclair,
do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct statement of County, Oregon, for the six months ending on the 31st day of March, A.
A tto bn ey - a t - L a w ,
the number and amount of claims allowed by the County Court of said D . 1909
Hams,
N ota ry P u b l ic ,
County for the six months ending on the 31st day of March 1909, cn 1908-9
We Carry
Bacon,
Coquille,
:
:
Oregon.
what account the same were allowed, and the amount of warrants drawn, Oct. 31 To amount received, in coin and currency $14694 97
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2486 98
and the amount of warrants outstanding and unpaid as the same appear Nov. 30 "
Sausage,
Dec. 31
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upon the records of my office and in my official custody.
Hall & Hall,
Jan.
31
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Witness my hand and the seal of the County Court of said County
Fresh and Salt Meats.
A ttobnets - at L a w ,
Feb. 28 "
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13666 56 *
this 1st day of April A. D., 1909.
J ames W atson
Mar. 31 “
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202819 60
We are headquarters fo r euerything in the meat line, You
Dealer in R eal E state o f a ll k in d s.
County Clerk.
wants always receiues prompt attention.
Marshßeld, Oregon.
Total Received................................................... $236,899 80
S E M I-A N N U A L S T A T E M E N T
1908-9
I
Of the County Treasurer of Coos County, Oregon, for the six months
$14694 97
Oct 31.
By amount paid to County Treasurer
E. G. D. Holden
endjng on the 31thday of March, A. D. 1909, of money received and
Nov 3C.
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2486 98
paid out, from whom received and from what source, and on what ac­
L aw teb ,
2216 M
Dec 31.
J ustice o r the P eace
count paid out.
G. It. HENSLEY
E. S. DEAN
Jan 31.
1115 43
U. 8 . Commissioner, General Inaurano*
To amount on band from last report Road Fund ....... $12538 52
Feb.
28.
13566
56
Agent, and Notary Pnblio, Offioe
To amount on hand from last report General Fund..., 9639 59
102104 83
Mar. 31.
in Robinson Building,
To amount on band from last report School Fund..,.. 4598 01
Coquille
regon.
To amounts received from Taxes etc............................. 86416 82
Total Paid Treasurer......................................................... $136,185 03
T o amount received from Fines, general fund...........
834 50
State of Oregon, )
County of Coos, j
To amount received from FiDes, School Fund..............
115 00
DEAN & HENSLEY, Proprietors.
I, W. W. Gage, Sheriff of said Counly. do hereby certify that the
To amount received Irom Clerks Fees........................... 2185 50
foregoing statement is correct and true. Witness my hand this 1st day
To amount received from Over Plus Tax Fund............
115 50
W e have a nice line of Groceries.
of April, A. D. 1909.
To amount received from Wire Cable gale .................
3 00
Incerporated.
W.
W.
GAGE,
W e sell as Cheap as the Cheapest
To amount received from last report Apportioned___ 385o0 00
Manufacturers of
Sheriff of Coos County,
TOTALS
W e will Buy anything you have for Sale.
The Celebrated Bergmann Shoe Road Fund...................................................................... 5104152
By C. A. Gage, Deputy, i
We want your Vegetables, your Chic kens, your Eggs
The Strongest and Nearest Water General Fund................................................................... 99191 91
S E M I-A N N U A L S U M M A R Y S T A T E M E N T
W e Pay the Highest Market Price.
Proof shoe made for loggers, miners School Fund..............................................
4713 01
Of the Financial Condition of the County of Coos, in
State of
prospectors and mill men.
W e are here to Stay.
Oregon, on the 31st day of March, A. D. 1909.
621 Thurman Street
$154946 44
P o r t l a n d , O beqon .
A M O U N T S P A ID OUT
To Warrants drawn on the County Treasurer, and out­
By amounts paid out on County Warrants.................
16955 65
standing and unpaid................................................... $92,398 55
. . . . W e
Will
T reat Y ou
Right....
By Transfer to Road Funds...........................................
77000 00 To estimated amount of interest accrued thereon ....... 7,800 00
By amount paid out on School Superintendent’s
Outstanding Unpaid County Iioad Warrants............... 15,337 16
'T he safe and reliable tiwn- m
Warrants.....................................................................
..
3618
20
Estimated
Amount of Interest accred thereon..... .......
320 00
screw
5236 26 Estimated Amount of Road Orders to be drawn....... 36,437 18
By balance General Fund on hand...............................
P^PThe New and Speedy, JgC9
1094 81
By balance School Fund on band................................
By RoaJ Warrants and Orders Redeemed.................
12080 75
Total Liabilities......... ....................................... $152,292 89
By balance Road Fund on hand...................................
38960 77 By funds in hands of Coun.y Treasurer applicable to
Capt. Olsen. Master.
TO T A L S
the payment of County Warrants.
Will make regular trips be*
51041 52
Road Fund.
By funds in bands of County Treasurer applicable to
Coquille River art i
General Fond.
99191 91
the payment of County Road Warrants.
4713 01
School Fund.
Francisco.
By funds in hands of County Treasurer applicable to
N o Stop-over at W a y Porta.
the payment of County Road Order*
Electric Lights. Everything
ryt
in First
By estimated unpaid current taxes applicable to the
I S tats of Oregon I
Class Style.
__________________ I Coumty of Coos
payment of County Warrant«
uffed rice
I . T. M. Dimmick, do hereby certify that the foregoing
P. E. Drane k eps
a dsLcion. dish for*1 break fast and correct statement of the amounts received, paid out and remaining on
band, in the County Treasury of said County for the six months ending
for sick folks.
Doing the Piano Business of
the Pacific Coast.
T he
Floating Piano Store
Sherman Clay & Co.
plONEEi? MEflT MARKET
COQUILLE VALLEY PACKING CO.
The People’s Market
E liza b eth