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COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER
Enteret! a» secon d -class m atter May
8, 1905, at the postoffice at C oqu ille,
O regon, un der act o f C ongress o f March
3,1879.
DR. RICHMOND
P H Y S IC IA N A N D S U R G E O N .
Office at Sloctiru’ s Drug S tore.
STEAMER ARAGO
COUNTY COURT
IS STRANDED.
PROCEEDINGS
Member of Life Saving Crew and Synopsis of the Proceedings of the
Two Passengers are
County Court, at a call Term
Lost.
Held October 4, 1909.
C o q u il l k , O ukoon .
Office Pbone Main 211.
Below w e give the first report o f I
c o n t in u e d from last WEEK
the wreck of the steamer At go, from City Shoe Shop, sund. . . . $
3 55
I
the Coos Bay Times, but later a d -; George Robinson, m dse...
28 45
A. F. Kirshman,
vices by wiie from Capt. Snyder C M Goodman, s u n d ....
11 35
himself to his father-in-law, J. F. Waller Hatcher, labor..
20 00
D bntist .
Schroeder, of this city, prove the Louis Corvell, dig grave..
2 50
Office two doora South o f Poet offioo.
safely of his boat and its occupants, S H McAdams, smithing
13 35
of which the many friends and rel- O Wilson A Co, m dse.. . .
7 50
C oqu ille
.
-
,
O regon.
atives o f the Capt. and his brother, j J A Hatcher.......................
12 32
-------- 1-----------------1------- J. H. Snider, who was chief engi- I Allan McLeod, sup of farm 108 33
neer on the boat, will be exceeding- H Holverson, extracts, etc
6 20
DR. J. D. KELLY
Iy glad to learn. The report is as
In Re Taxation,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON follows:
J D McNeil as agent, re-
Coquille,
-
Oregon
Tillamook, Ore., Nov. 27.—The
fund of taxea...............
12 00
Office in Skeels B uilding
death roll of the little steamer Argo, [ Stephen Gnllier, witness
O F F IC E H O U R S — 9 to 11 a.n i. 2 to
which was stranded of! Tillamook
Board of Equalization..
7 20
4 p. m . 7 to 8 p. in.
Bay late yesterday, is undoubtedly j E E Oakes, witnes Board
R esidence Phone—
Office P h o n e -
I fourteen, instead of three deaths re-
of Equalization..............
7 20
j corded last night. The news today Dennis McCarthy, cruising
I
I
I is that a lifeboat containing Cap-
timber land..................... 854 1C
Dr. C. I/V. Endicott
| tain Snyder and ten others has been
I d Re Roads and Bridges.
lost. Another lifeboat containing
Special Improvements.
D en tist
Mate Johnson and nine others was Leonard Hartley, contract
Office on F ron t Street
saved by the schooner Schooner
work, R D 30................... 1769 03
OBhkosb, which put to sea last night General Road Fund, pow­
Phone M ain 431.
C oqu ille, Oregon
from astoria to locite the strand­
der furnished,R D No 30 230 97
ed Arago and render her assistance. Prey, Braden and Hartley,
I
I
The three persons drowned last
contract work,R D No 18 175 86
night were Mrs. N. A. Gldig, Nellie Braden & Hartley, contract
E. D, SPERRY
Hunter, a young girl, and Henry
work, R D No 1 8 .......... 2020 50
Attorney ami Councellor at Law.
Wickman, a member of the life-sav­ V N Barker, contract work,
Offioe in Robinson Building
ing crew from the Garibaldi Beach ! R D N o 1 6 . . . . , .......... 443 70
station.
Nellie Hunter was the ! A E Bettys, contract work,
child of George Hunter of Napa,
R D N o 11....................... 750 00
Cal.
Minard
& Krantz, contract
IN. C. CHASE.
work, R D No 12.......... 645 20
The
Argo
showed
indications
of
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
turning turtle last night, and Cap. General Road Fund, pow­
Offio in Robinson Building, Upstairs
der furnished U D No 12
94 80
tain Snyder ordered all on board to
t ike to the boats Mate Johnson H V Holverstott, contract
work R D No 30.......... 1388 25
commanded one boat and Captain
C. R. BARROW
Soyder commanded another. The Lloyd Spires, special R I)
master, R D No 1 8 ..
64 10
two boats became separated in the
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
The Enterprise, piinting
mist and rough seas.
First-class References
notices, R I) No 30.
3 15
Johnson’s boat
was cruising
Fifteen Years’ Experience
The Enterprise, printing
around
and
was
picked
up
by
the
C o q u il l e C i t y , O re
notices, R Ü No 18.,
2 70
Oskosh, wbicb was beatmg up and
The
Enterprise,
printing
down the coast in the vi.inity of
i
i
notices, R D No 3 1 . . . .
2 30
Tillamook, in an effort to locate the
J. J. STANLEY
The Enterprise, printing
disturbed Argo
notices, R D No 1 1 . . . .
2 70
It is believed that Captain Snyder
LAW YER
tried to make shore in his boat and Lloyd Spires, special R D
Martin Building
-
Front Street
master, R D No 2 6 . . . .
15 30
Hint in the effort bis boat was over­
C o qu illb , O regon
turned as no signR of it was seen to­ Recorder Pub Co, printing
I
12 00
notices, R D No 19.
day, though the Oshkosh patrolled
the coast all night in the search. H E W ilcox, special R D
A. J. Sherwood,
10 00
master, R D No 1 2 .. .,
The last seen of Captain Snyder’s
A ttorney a t - L a w ,
life boat was when he and the crew A N Gould, surveying, etc,
N otary P u b l ic ,
R D N o 18..............
33 80
began to pull toward shore. A gale
T
C o q u ille ,
:
:
O regon
W alter Sinclair,
A txob n bt - a t - L a w ,
N otabt P u b l ic ,
C o q u ille ,
:
:
Oregon.
1
i
H all & Hall,
A ttoknkts - at L a w ,
Denier in
U kal E statv o f a ll k in d s.
M arshfield, O regon.
I
E. G. D. Holden
L
aw ybb ,
JUPTICB OF THR PEACE
8. Comntiflsiooer, General
Insurance
Agent, and Notary Public.
Office
in Robinson Building.
C o q u ille
regon .
E . W H IT M O R E . H. F. M O R R IS 8 Y
os
Bay Paving and Con­
struction Company.
general
contractors
ans
Estimate»
ncrete
and
Given
Bricks Stone and T im lier
C ontractor.
lone 151 -J
was blowing and a terrific sea was
running, making navigation of the
boat most hazardous.
The known dead are:
Nellie Hunter, aged 6 , a passen­
ger.
Mrs. T. A. H oldredgeof Portland,
a passenger.
Henry Wickman, a member of
the life-saving crew.
The rescued are:
Mate J. A. Johnson.
L. A. Holdredge of Portland a
passenger.
Howard Wolfe.
A. E. Millard.
E. Salmonson.
Two Scandinavian members of
tbe crew.
The Missing are:
CaptainLevi Snyder.
Chief Engineer J. H. Snyder.
Pjrser W. A. Stimpson of Eureka,
Cal.
A. M e c k liD b e r g , a s a ilo r .
Graves, Steward.
Thomas Russell, Assistant engin
Tony Delbort, a passenger.
An unnamed passenger
who
boarded tbe Arago at Astoria.
Two unnamed members of tbe
crew .
ice s 117 F ront Street, M arshfield Ore.
Theo. Bergman Shoe Mfe.Co.
In corp orated .
M a n u fa ctu re rs o f
The Celebrated Hera man n 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 .
K. Ilolveraon has opened a Tailor
op one door west of the Sentinel
Ire. Ho does all kinds of taiior-
7
AH work guaranteed.
Ready November' 15th, 1909, a
splendid year-book, on astronomy
and meteorology, the only one con­
taining the original ‘‘Hicks Weath­
e r Forecasts.” By mail, postpaid,
,35c, on newstands, 30c. One copy
free with a year’s subscription to
World and Works, the Rev. Irl R.
Hicks Monthly Magazine, the best
$1. monthly in America.
Dis­
counts on Almanacs in quantities.
Agents wanted Remember, the gen­
uine “ Hicks Forecasts” are not pub­
lished anywhere else— you get
them only in bis own publications.
World and Works Publishing Co.,
n o t Locust St. St. Louis, Mo,
Geo H Nay, driving piles,
Joe Nav
and South
Slough ...........................
Geo W Cox, lumber, Diet
No 19..............................
W F Bowron, donation
work, R D No 1 ..........
William Grow,
Beaver
Slough Improvements..
•John Yates, Beaver Slough
improvements...... ........
George Donovan, Beayer
Slough improvements...
William Martin, Beaver
Slough improvements...
A N Gould, surveying,
making maps and pro­
files ...................,.............
A F Crocker, supervisor,
K D No 4 .......................
E N Harry, supervisor, R
D No 12.......................
Labor and Materials R D
Clarence Williams, labor
G W Harry, labor....’..........
W M Laird, labor.............
O G Bunch, labor.............
F A Baker, labor...............
John H Laird, labor.........
Joseph Porter, labor.........
E P S Abernethy, labor
etc ....................................
F A Baker, labor..... '........
Berley Crowley, labor.......
E N Harry, labor...............
Labor and Materials R D
Walter Simpson, labor.....
......
J D Butler, labor............
R R Davis, labor...............
Homer Davis, labor..........
A Davis, labor...................
Cox & Foster, lumber.......
Ben Hayes, labor...............
A McNair, powder, etc.....
J F Alambaugb,-labor.....
Winnie Davis, labor...........
A Davis, labor...................
Walter Simpson, labor.......
186 00
24 00
379 55
98 00
24 00
54 00
7 00
64 80
48 25
117 60
No 12.
19 00
2125
14 35
116 50
27 50
9 00
14 00
159 25
17 50
85 50
33 75
No 24.
40 00
62 50
88 10
4 50
77 50
289 87
78 10
37 25
68 75
4 50
52 75
1 25
Labor aud Muterial R D No 25.
Ray Collier, labor............... 130
Sheriff’ s Office.
Geo O Leach, labor...........
67
W W Gage, special deputy
hire .................................
28
L W Oddy, labor............... 143
School Superintendent.
W H Bunch, salary, sta­
tionery,
etc.................
258
Health Office.
Walter Culin, 2 months
salary.................................
41
1, 1909.
$1.50
P er Y e a r
00
50
*
THE O. 17. BARBERSHOP
15 *
75
68
78
County Court.
E A Anderson, per diem
and mileage, commis-
sioner...............................
56 20
W T Dement, per diem and
mileage, commissioner...
55 00
John F Hall, 2 months
salary, County Judge.., 166 67
In Re Bills Continued or Not
Allowed.
S L Perkins, services rendered Mrs
Ed Spaulding, $53.00 not allowed.
D W Ward, examining A Ames,
$10.00 reduced and allowed at $5.00.
Mrs J H Bledsoe, rooms and sup­
plies Mrs. Fred Thomas, $9.00, not
allowed. D R Bascom, boarding
Ames family $100 70, reduced and
allowed at $27.00. Warrant, road
No t>31, Class D., favor Southern
Oregon Co., $14 50, cancelled.
State of Oregon ) ss
County of Coos )
I, James Watson, County Clerk
for Coos County, and State of Ore­
gon, ex-officio Clerk of the County
Court for said County and State,
custodian of the records, archives
and files of said County, do hereby
certify that the foregoing is a true
and correct Statement of tbe
amount of Bills of Expense, in
whose favor drawn or allowed, con­
tinued or not allowed, on the vari­
ous funds of tbe County, as audited
by the County Court of said County
and State, at the regular November
1909 term of said Court, as the same
apoears in the Journals of said
Court d o w in my office and custody.
Witness my haDd and the seal
of tbe County Court affixed this
Cth, day of November A. D. 1909.
L. COCHRAN. Proprietor
*
Hot and Cold Baths, Hair Cutting and Massag- Q
ing a Specialty.
One o f the
%
Most Up-to-Date Shops in the City
* Coquille,
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F R E D
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Oregon
S L A G L E
T A IL O R
C O Q U IL L E .
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OREGON
S^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOO •
R. S. KNOWLTON, President
GEO. A. ROBINSON, V. P u ­
ll. H. MAST, Cashier
parsers
ai)d Merchants
oF Coquille
Bat)l\
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000
A
Reasonable Share of Your Business Solicited
First Class Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent
PIONEER MEAT MARKET
r T -v
Lard,
Hams,
Bacon,
Sausage,
Fresli and Salt Meats.
Robert Munford, labor...
18 (10
Albert Mvers, labor..........
3 50
Wesley Barklow, labor.....
10 00
Rubin SteveDs, labor.......
We Carry
20 00
33 00
Albert Barklow, labor......
Ira Root, labor.... ........ ..
20 00
( se al )
Noah Bonewitz, labor......
8 00
J am es W a tso n ,
Geo. Adams, labor..........
2 00
County Clerk.
Chas Adams, smithing.......
39 50
We are headquarters fo r everything in the meat line. Your
Jess Clinton, labor..........
25 50
B o d y R e co v e re d .
wants always receives prompt attention.
A M Snyder, labor..........
50 00
14 00
Leander Barklow, labor...
The body ot Arthur Lowe, whom
C H Barklow, labor...........
13 00 we mentioned in our last issue as
Huling Lundy A Sous...
37 50 being lost in the marsh below town,
Lawrence Barklow, labor
20 00 was recovered Wednesday evening. A. J. SHERWOOD Prêt.
R. E. SHINE, Vice Pies
W T Ramsey, smithing...
7 15 On Sunday evening, the day of his
I. H. HAZARD, Cashier
0. C. SANFORD, Asst. Cashier ~
John M Orr, labor..........
7 00 disappearance, J. J. F ox came over
20 OO from the Isthmus, and while pass­
.John Felcher, labor..........
J H Snyder, labor..........
2 00 ing along the railroad track near
General.
A M Snyder, labor..........
199 00 the marsh, he heard a noise and
Stemmier & Minard, lum­
O P C O 9 U IU L 1B , O R E G O p .
struggles in the water, but owing to
59 60 Hailey Laird, damages,
ber ...........................
Dora-Brewster
Valley
the darkness, it being about six T r a n s a c t s a G eneral B a n k in g B u s in e s s
James Stock, making fill
ro a d .................................
C 00 o ’clock, he could not see any
152 40
A E Beltys, damages, Co-
cause of the sound except a dog
Board of Directors.
Correspondents.
E I Du Pont, Denemours
q
uille-Burton
Praitie
which swam ashore, and seemed It. C. Dement,
A. J. Sherwood,
National Hank o Commerce, New York Cit
Powder Co, pow der.. . . 918 68
L. Harlocker,
L. H. Hazard,
Crocker Wool worth.N’l Bank, San Francipc
17 20 anxious about something in the
road ...............................
Labor k Materials
No 1.
It. E. Shine. First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland.
Isaiah Hacker,
George Stevens, Coquille-
water,
but
Mr.
F
ox
had
no
boat
or
27 50
Jacob Stonelake, labor
185 60 other means to investigate , so he
Burton Prairie road......
Dave Adams, la b or..
17 00
In Re Miscellaneous Expenses.
eame on his way home, Later,
113
20
H Kyoell, lumber..............
upon hearing that Mr. Lowe was
38 00 Geo Stough, cleaning court
V D Adams, labor............
house flues.......................
9 00 missing and that the boat he had
W F Adams, labor..........
8 00
taken had been found not far from
A N Gould, re-establishing
FerrieB.
where he had heard the sounds and
19 75
government corners ........
saw the dog come ashore, directed
J N McNair, salary, Co­
Coquille wood yard, haul­
the searching party to the spot, and
quille ferry................... 105 00
ing and team hire......
5 50 the third drag brought the body to
Coquille Hardware Co, sup­
tbe surface.
W W Gftge, board of
plies, Coquille fe rry .. . .
The remains were brought to
10 60
prisoners.........................
50 71
the undertaking parlors ot Arthur
Accepted throughout the civilized world
S H McAdams, supplies
Pres«
Coquille River Electric Co.
Ellingson and prepared for burial,
and smithing, Coquille
as the most universally satisfactory il­
electric current. Sept
and on Thursday afternoon interred
9 00
ferry.................................
20 00 in the Odd Fellows’ cemetery, the
aDd O c t...........................
luminant for all purposes the Cleanest
Button
Ira A Albee, salary, South
Peart Bros & Co, coal.......
20 20 funeral services being conducted
Most Convenient, and the CHEAT
100 00 Home Telephone Co, tolls
by Rev. C. H. Cleaves.
•
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J R Christman, labor,
and rentals...................
90 40 (■ootl l o u g h . H f d i f l n c l o r l lillil m i
EST light known.
and
South Slough ferry.
7 50 J A Yoakam, lumber and
n u ll G r o w n F o l k * l o o .
That furnished by the COQUILLE
here
Wyman Albee, labor, South
63 65
labor ...............................
“ We could hardly do without
7 50 W M Oddy, coal...............
Slough ferry...................
RIVER ELECTRIC CO is first
you
22 50 Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy,’’
R W Bullard, salary, Bui-
says
Mrs.
Flora
Despain
of
Bloyd,
E A McDuffee, painting
class and up to data in every respect
have
100 00
court bouse fence, etc...
25 25 Ky. " I found it to be so good for
The rates place it within reach of all
croup and have used it for years.
it.
rj-
R S Knowlton, supplies
I can heartily recommend it for
Geo T Colemnn, supplies
39 85 coughs, colds and croup in children
court house and offices
and labor ...............
39 65 Peart Bros k Co, coal...
21 00 and grown folks, too.” The above
PioDeer Hardware Co, sup­
shows the implicit confidence that
Glass
Prudhomme Co,
many mothers place in Chamber­
16 62
plies .................................
repairing broken type-
lain’s Cough Remedy, a confidence
Kruse k Banks, repairing
17 70 based on many years’ experience in
writer...............................
ferry .........................
133 31 Coquillo Electric Supply
tbe use of it. No one need hesitate
North Bend Lumbar Co,
(> 6*2 1 to use this remedy, for it contains
Co, supplies and labor
lumber ...........................
16 251 Fouts Bros, W ood ...........
3 50 I no chloroform, opium or other
Darcotics and may be given to a
T T Golden, e n g in e e r.... 140 00 T A Walker, insurance
child as confidently as to an adult.
Geo Rhoda, d eck h a n d ..
70 00 1 policy, county barn, etc
12 50 For sale by R. S. Knowlton.
Marshfield Hardware (Jo,
1 Coquille Hardware Co,
supplies...........................
9 52
repairing etc .................
6 35
North Beod Iron Works,
N. Lorenz having «old out big
J T Nosier, labor court
labor ...............................
14 00
14 00 large mercantile eatabliahment on
house yard.......................
Front itreet to his goo, H. N. Lor­
Coos Bay Oil and Supply
Sails From Ainsworth Dock, Portland, Wednesdays a t 8 P. M.
In Re Officers and Deputies
enz, end now a settlement with tbe
51 85
Co. O il.....................
many customers to this business is
Salaries,
Alex Hall, Capt........
120 00
very necessary. All knowing them­
Clerk's Office.
Roads and Bri
F.
M ILLER,
Agent,
Marshfield,
Oregon
selves to he indebted to this firm W .
Jotty L Watson, labor... 128 75 are urged to come into the store
Johnson Lurobfr Co, lum­
8
1
N Loszxz.
106 25 1 •nd settle at once.
ber Diet N o 2 5 , . , , . . ,
39 72 Ine* F Punch. Ifib o r.......
COQUILLE VALLEY PACKING CO.
FIR ST N A T IO N A L B A N K
Incandescent
Electric Light
FRANK MORSE, Prop, COQUILLE, ORE.
Portland and Coos Bay S. S. Line
Pay-tip Notice.
BREAKW ATER
Sails for Portland Every Saturday
PAUL L. TEHLINQ, AGENT
COQUILLE, PHONE NO.