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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1909)
Miss Lottie Pope is Dead
Normal Span ot Life, 150 Yeara.
A D D IT IO N A L LOCAL
Geo. O. Pope, ol Norway, a lew
New Turk, Out. 22.— The normal
days ago received the sad iutelli-! »pan o f humau life is 160 years,
ISDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27,1909
gence of the death of his sister, according to a remarkable study by
Lottie E. Pope, which occurred at Professor Fisher, ol Yale, which has
; ocal advertisement9 anion« local
din« five cents per line each inser- Zottman, Montana, May 6th. The just beeu published by me National
i. Cards c i thanks 50 cents each, news was delayed on account of a Conservation Commission at Wash'
•itimry poetry five cents per line.
Proftssor fisher shows
. solutions of Condolence and lod«e misunderstanding in regard to Mr ington.
ivertisin« five cents per line.
Pope’s address by the nurse at the that the leugth of mau's existence is
hospital where Miss Pope was steadily growing, both in this couu-
Visits This Section.
| treated. However, by constant ef- j try and Eurojie, wub the progress
State Labor CommiKsioner O. P. fort, writing and wiring for four of science, sanitation and social
Hoff, of Salem, arrived in Coos months, the nurse succeeded in betterment, and declares that the
e unty one day last week and spent finding bis location, a letter reach- span of 150 years will not be long
Too much ’ impossible of attainment.
s veral days looking over the vari ing him last week.
The investigations by Metuhnikoff
ous factories and different institu- praise cannot be given C. R French,
lions driven by power plants, and I f°r bis persistent efforts in thus are quoted by Professor Fisber, to
v here a considerable number o f ! searching the friend of one who de- show that the average normal span
should be 1511 years.
persons are employed. He informs parts this life in a strange land.
us that the duty of the factory in
times their growing period. Man’s
spector is becoming more and more have been bright’s disease.
The many friends o f Miss Pope period of growth is 30 years, and,
an agreeable one, aB the proprietors
this valley will be sorry according to that, he should live for
become acquainted with the law as
The present average
they should. The justness of the to learn of her sad taking away so 150 years.
law holding the proprietors of fac - ' early
bfe, and will sincerely sym- duration of life is stated at 38 years.
lories responsible for accidents pathize with her relatives in their Two cases of persons who lived to
great ages are: Drakenberg, a Nor
which can be averted by using the sad bereavement.
wegian, who died at the age of 14G
and Mrs. Mary L. Wood, of
at first protested against these offi
cers visiting their places, now send
There seems to be a misunder- Hillsboro, Or., 119 years old, both
for them at the slightest changes standiug regarding the rights of of which are authentic.
FOR S AL E
Owing to ill health I
have closed down my
Restaurant, and it is
and for sale. Reasonable
terms. W rite or call on
Geo. McIntosh is Wounded.
J D. Donaldson was up from
business with our merchants.
J. A. Peart, the strawberry mao,
has plants for sale— $5 per thous
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Lee, of River
ton, returned home Monday after a
visit with relatives aud friends at
Registered Berkshire pigs for
sale— both sex. J. C. Watson, Co
J. R. Green, a late arrival from
Oklahoma, has been looking about
this section for a week or so with
the intention of locating if he finds
what suits him. Prices are higher
than he anticipated, but be is much
pleased with the appearance of the
valley. We hope he succeeds in
locating among us
George McIntosh, who resides at Shoes have won popularity with the
the McIntosh ranch near the Coos woods boys. E. L. Tozier maker,
River Creamery, yesterday sustained Coquille.
J. A. McCord, of Bandon, came
sertous injuries by a shell exploding
in a rifle that he was looking over, up Saturday and weDt before In
One arm was badly lacerated and spectors Fuller and Edwards and
his face and eyes quite severely in passed the necessary examination
for a material raise in bis steam
jured by powder burns.
The accident was an unsual one boat engineer’s license, which he
and is hard to explain. Mr. McIntosh richly deserves. Mr. McCord will
was at Allegany aud met an ac handle the throttle on the steamer
quaintance who had a new 30-30 Coquille for a short time while Wm.
Savage. He stopped to examine it Panter takes a vacation.
and in pumping a shell in to ascer
tain what kind of action it had, the
cartridge evidently caught and
could not go down as the magazine
was open. The back of the shell
struck him on the wrist and tore
bad wound, the powder almost
blinding him for a time.
Dr. Mingus who attended him
does not anticipate any lasting ill-
effects from the injury.— Times.
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All Convicts Captured.
Thoroughbred Brown and White
Leghorns and White Plymoth
Cockrels for sale, $1.00 each.
C. Watson, Coquille, Oregon.
TEACHER Op PIANO
Any person cutting timber or
bark ol any description on the lands
of the Sou 1 hern Oregon Company,
or removing earn», or other proper
Studio Residence, Coquille. ty, from said luida, without being
duly authorized iu writing, will be
prosicuted according to law.
ENGRAVER a n o E L E C TR O TY P E R
1420 ¿ 4 LAWtWWCt DENY CP. CO LO
Any pursoo furuiidiing sufficient
1 vidence for the recovery of pro-
Bv J. W. L kn *\1£, Coyrii4.r, On.
pi rty so tukt n and conviction of the
10 acres, all bottom, in cultivation, parties concerned, will be given one-
on Coquille river, j mile from Co half of tho property recovered.
quille. House aud barn.— $2500.
Southern Oregon Company.
General merchandise business
with large trade—no opposition,
One of the best opportunities in
Try an Ad iu The Herald
southern Oregon for anyone want
ing to go into the mercantile busi
R S. KN OW LTON , President
GEO. A. ROBINSON, V. Pres.
50-acre farm, J mile river front
R. H. MAST, Cashier
age, 30 acres bottom land— mostly
in cultivation. 20 acres low bench
cleared aud in grass. Good orchard,
also 30 young fruit trees; 6 room
house, nearly new.
barn and dairy house.
wagon, mower, rake, plows and
CAPITAL STOCK $25.000
barrow. Price $8000. Terms.
100 acre ranch, 25 acres or mote
A Reasonable Share of Your Business Solicited
bottom land, mostly cleared, good
First Class Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent
orchard, bouse, barn, 5 or 6 tons of
hay, 5 bead cattle, one horse and
buggy- i mile from school. Price
$ 2 , 000 .
100 acres of land, about 15 acres
bottom, balance hill. Very little
cleared; fairly good house, quarter
of a mile from school. Price, $900.
REI5TLE5 PLATES ARE RIGHT
REI5TLE5 RATE5 ARE RIGHT
OUR CUTS PRINT
Do You Read The
120 acres timber land— about 4
million feet of cedar and fir— J ce-
dar, quarter mile from river, Per
Lot 50x100, Front Street, Co-
quille. A bargain if sold soon.
D. L. Perkins
and inspect the largest
and most handsome
line of Gents’ Furnish
ing Goods in the City.
Mrs. Dr. W. C. Owen, of St Louis,
Missouri, who has been here sever
al weeks visiting ber parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Kronenberg, of this
The Newest and most
city, and brother, J. L. Kronenberg
and family of Prosper, started for handsome thing in the
She will stop at
Denver, Colorado, where she will
see her other brother, F, W. Krou
enberg and family as well as Mrs.
Salem, Or., Oct. 19— With the Lyons and Josie on the way.
Registered Durock Jersey pigs
capture Monday afternoon of Mike
MRS. G. R. WICKHAM
Nicholich and Albert Murray near the kind that latten on clover, for
sale by J. D. Carl, Myrtle Point
Independence, the most thrilling
Or. Phone 101.
man hunt since the days of Tracy
E. L. Spalding who has a home
came to an end.
The remains of
Board by Day, Weel^ or Month
stead a short distance below Ban
the two most desperate convicts of
don is now working at the carpen
the five who escaped from the peni
ter’s trade in this valley.
He is Sanyple ^oonjs
tentiary guards Friday, Duncan
lending valuable help to J. A
and Carter, lie in the penitentiary
Yoakam, the architect and builder, Special Attention Paid to
morgue as the tesult of wounds re
at the present time, being employ the Traveling Public.
ceived at the hands of the posses.
ed on the large farm residence of
Nicholich and Ferris occupy cots in
James Hervey, near Gravel Ford.
the hospital ward, each having re
Mrs. Spalding and the other mem
ceived gunshot wounds. Murray
bers of the family moved to town
occupies a dungeon cell.
yesterday and are occupying the
gave himself up last night just be
residence ofT h os. Smith alongside
H. H. GRENOLD, Prop.
fore Nicholich was taken.
of the Methodist church, and will
Successor to W. A. Goodman
Neither Nicholich nor Murray,
take advantage of Coquille’s excel
when captured, put up a fight. No
lent school privileges. Mrs Spsld-
gun was found on them, and each
ing has not been well for some time
Is prepared to do all kinds of
maintains he never had a weapon.
and is taking treatment of a local
House Moving on short notice.
Nicholich ran for more than a mile
physician. She is improving rap
last night, and finally gave himself
Jack Screws for Rent.
idly and they will return to their
up, but not until he had been
place when her health will permit.
wounded iu the shoulder and thigh.
Charges R e a s o n a b l e .
F ob S a l e — First class restaurant
F ob S a l e .
with fine business on reasonable
terms, also new piano. Write or
The shoes tor woodsmen; l ’ozier's
A No. 1 Dairy Ranch of 157 acres, call at this office.
S. F. Shoes. The gloves for wear j
about 120 acres cleared, about 100
T. B. Lane of this city, who bad Logger Fear Gloves. E. L. Tozier. I
acres under plow, 40 head good
at the Bay for some wi eks
grade Jersey cow, 50 tons hay, 130
tons corn ensilage, plows, wagons, working at the Smith mill, returned
harness, cultivators, mowers, cream Friday to take charge of the bead
separators, milk cans, etc. One- saws in the mill bere which started
8 horse-power gasoline engine, one
Monday. He tells us of quite an I
10 ton per hour ensilage cutter,
10 or 12 head of hogs, two good accident ahi<-h happened at the
barns, two dwelling houses, two Smith mill the morning he came |
orchards, all kinds of fruit, wagon away.
The crank pin of one
road, railroad and river, about of the large one-thousand horse
200 rods of river frontage. A snap
power engines broke with the usual j
from ten to 15 years to pay for it.
Pacific Real Estate Co. result. The piston went through j
the cylinder carrying out the back ¡
head, throwing it to the other
side of the large engine room, j
N. Lorenz having sold out big Luckily there was no one in line
large mercantile establishment on with the cylinder and no damage
Front street to big son, H. N. Lor
was done but the injuries to the en
enz, and now a settlement with the
many customers to this business is gine, which were easily repaired
j very necessary. All knowing them- with the well equipped machine'
, selves to be indebted to this firm shops at the mill.
The one side
are urged to come into the store not defected by the break kept on
and settle at once
N. L ohkxz .
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Is the Best Advertising Medium
Has the Largest Circulation
Does the Best of Job Work
House M oving,
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Is Prompt in the Delivery o f all Work
Prints all the Latest Hews
Is Equipped With the Best of Material
Is First Established Paper in Coquille
W hen you have Real
Estate for Sale, List it
with us . . .
When you want to In
Timber Land For Salo.
1 MRS. M. NOSLERl
Don’t forget that the Margaret
lies Co. is due here about (be 18ih.
N O T IC E.
$2200 buys 118 acres estimated
at three million feet, part cedar
near Gravel Ford, one mile from
river. Address E. W. Gregg, Co.
We have both new
hB" ’1 in3the foMoWJ ° K j‘ n7 ’J 1/Je,P®r8,’
•nvnodes, iron and wood beds, bod
springs, mattresses, floor matting,
sewing machines, in fset almost
everything needed for the bouse or
camp. Come and look through,
you will be surprised at the great
variety of articles to be found in
our store C. M Goodman A Co
Call on u s ..........
made in machinery, and get their parties through whose lands rail-
approval of the arrangements be- roads are constructed,
fore taking chances of hurting
At the last session of the legisla-
someone at their own risk. These mre the following statute was en-
gentlemen make a study of placing acted:
machinery in such a way as to re
“ Any person who shall intention-
duce the danger of being hurt from ally or negligently leave open or
it to a minimum, and the proprie- unfastened any farm crossing gate,
tors are now becoming glad to shift I or let down and leave down any
the responsibility to some one else, bars o f any railroad fence shall be
That in the main, accidents have j deemed guilty ot a misdemeanor
been greatly reduced, cannot be de- and on conviction thereof shall be
I punished by a fine of not to exceed
fifty dollars, or by imprisonment
Mill Started Monday.
not exceeding ten days in the county
Aasen Bros., the well known and I jail, or by both such fine and im-
successful logging firm, who have j prisonment, and justices of the
been doing a good business in this I peace shall have original jurisdic-
valley for a few years, having leased tion hereof.”
the mill of the Coquille Mill &
While it is incumbent upon the
Mercantile Co., of this city, steamed railroad company to fence its right
it up and started the wheels turn- of way and place gates at the farm
ing last Monday.
crossings, it will be seen by the fore-
This mill had been idle since j going statute, which became a law
January, and the buzzing of the May 23rd, 1909, that it is the duty
saws and chimes of the whistle are of those controling the land where
welcome sounds to the residents fat ni crossings arc permitted to
hereabouts. Though the old mill keep the gates closed; aud to leave
does not present a very pleasing j them open either “ intentionally or
appearance, the working parts were negligently" is a misdemeanor un-
tound to be in fairly good order and j der tile statute,
soon showed their ability to cut
M. E. Church, South.
lumber when steam was raised.
This will mean employment tor
Service next Sunday, as usual,
upwards of one hundred men, at
preaching by the pastor. At the
the mill and in the woods, which is
, conclusion of the morning service a
no small item added to the industry !. . r ,
J brief church conference will beheld.
o f the community, aud these young
A full attendance of the member
men should receive the hearty sup
ship is desired.
port o f all in their venture.
At night the series of sermons on
The W om an's Study Club.
“ The Drama of Life,” will be con
tinued— subject, “ Act 2, Life in the
The first meeting of the club— j
Try to hear the
for work, was held with Mrs. Rog
.series through. Special music at
ers on Saturday, the 23rd, a short
both services. Everybody invited
program being rendered during the I
' to be present.
afternoon. The next regular meet
ing will be held at the home of Mrs.
Lyons & jones for shoes. Boy’s
Belloni, November 6th, work h a v -! High tops $3.00 and $3.50 per pair.
ing been assigned under the head j
K. Ilolvereon has opened a Tailor
of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. \
Shop one door west of the Sentinel
New and up-to-date suits for boys | office. He does all kinds of tailor-
and little tots at Robinson’s.
ing. All work guaranteed.
Miss Rose Lilly, ol Bandon, was
a passenger up the river by Mon
Ladies’ Coats, Capes and Sweaters
at Robinson's store.
Mrs. J. 1). Wettnore, of Myrtle
Point, was in Coquille yesterday.
Mrs. Marie E. Kelly