Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, January 05, 1910, Image 1

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27: No. 17.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office at Slocum’s Drug Store.
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Otiled Phone M a in 2*1.
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A. F. Kirshman,
D ent . bt .
Offloe two doors Sooth of Post offloe.
Coquille . - . Oregon.
DR. J. D. KELLY
AND SURGEON
Coquille,
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Oregon
Office in Skeels Building
OFFICE HOURS—9 to 11 a.m. 2 to
4 p .m . 7 to 8 p. m.
Residence Plioue— Office Phone
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Dr. C. W. Endicott
D e - ìtist
Office on F.ont Street
Phone Main 431. Coquille, Oregon
E. D, SPERRY
Attorney and Oonnoellor at Law.
Offloe in Robinson Building
IN. C . CHASE.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Offio in Robinson Building, Upsta rs
C. R. BARROW
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
First-class References
Fifteen Years’ Expenenoe
C o q u i l l e C i t y , O re
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J. J. STANLEY
LAWYER
Mart n Building
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Front Street
C o q u il l e . O beqon
A. J. Sherwood,
of that thickness of heavy, strong
clay, there is but little doubt that a
buildiug of two, three or four stories
would be perfectly safe, and we
hope to see many more structures
of this class go up in the future.
The danger from fire is too great
to continue indefinitely the erection
of wooden buildings.
It is too bad that the right man
cannot be found, with sufficient
backing to take hold of the brick
business near town and give us a
first-class quality of building ma­
terial at a reasonable figure, so that
all our thickly set business blocks
would soon become occupied by
fireproof structures.
A t t o b n b y - i t - L a w ,
N o n a y P u b l ic ,
Coquille,
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Oregon
Walter Sinclair,
A ttornby - at -L aw ,
N o t a b t P u b l ic ,
Coquille,
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Oregon.
Hall & Hall,
A t t o b n b t s -» t
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Daniel in R E
of a l l
Marshfield, Oregon.
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k in d s .
E. G. D. Holden
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J u st ic e
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or
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U. S. Commissioner, General Insurance
Agent, and Notary Public. Office
in Robinson Building.
Coquille regon.
th e
eace
M. E. WHITMORE. E. F. MOKRISSY
Coos
Bay Paving and Con­
struction Company.
general
Plans
and
contractors
KNtimates
Given
Concrete D icks Stone and Timber
Contractor.
Phone 151 -J
Offices 117 Fiont S fcet, Marshfield Ore.
Tko.KerpaDSIioeM
fe.Co.
Incorporated.
Manufacturers of
The Celebrated Bergmann Shoe
The Strongest and Jiearest Water
Proof shoe made for loggers, miners
prospectors and mill men.
621 Thurman Street
P ortland , O heoon .
K. IIolTeraon h >a opened a Tailor
Shop one door west o{ the Sentinel
office. He d e* all kinda of tailor­
ing. All work guaranteed.
The Home.
4 happy home is the brightest
spot on earth that the eye of God
looks down upon. Love and peace
in bis home sends sunshine around
One of the Best in this Part of
the man wherever he goes; disorder
the State— E. G. Perham
and trouble there is misery every­
where. There are few worries of
to be Congratulated.
life wLich a man cannot now and
On New Year’s day, Contractor then shake off, but who can shake
E. G. Perham and his men having himself free from the skeleton iD
completed the outside work on the the closet, from the worry of the
new National Rank building, the household, a blister on the heart.
scaffolding waa removed and the A day will tell bow many a man
Dew structure stood out, as it were, carried that with him without
in full view, showiog what a beauti­ wincing down to the grave. When
ful appearance it will give that part husband and wife are helpmete to
of our city in the future. The roof each other in the best sense; when
was completed the latter part of the i order and love and goodness pre­
week, aod in the future the raitis vail in the house, then the man who
will not iuterfere so much with the has a hard battle in life to fight can
progress of the work. The boiler i leave hie struggles behind him
With all
has been placed in the basement when he enters there.
and the balance of the heating ap­ our faults we are the most home
paratus and other plumbiDg is be- (loving of people, and that is the
reason why we are the greatest of
ing installed.
Of the fourteen fine office rooms people. Whatever helps home life
on the second fioor, nine are e i - ji 8 a national blessing; whatever
gaged, and negotiations are on for hurts home life is a national curse,
and the greatest curse that can
others. The large room on the touch these blessings is wbnt would
lower fioor in the rear and fronting tamper with the peace aud blessed­
on First street will be occupied by ness of our homes.
a local mercantile establishment.
A S|»raln<-€| A n k le .
This marks a new era in the
As
a
rule
a man will feel well
building line in this city, and we
hope will prove satisfactory. The satisfied if he can hobble around on
idea that brick, stone or concrete crutches in two or three weeks after
building would not be a success spraining nis ankle, and it is often
here has been advanced, but we ex­ two or three mouths before he is
pect to see it satisfactorily proved fully recovered. This is an unnec­
otherwise. It is a fact that the essary loss of time, as by applying
fiat on which Coquille is built is a Chamberlain’s Liniment, as directed,
slide, and that by going from forty a cure may as a rule be effected in
to seventy feet deep what was form­ less than one week’s time, and in
erly a mud flat is reached, contain­ many cases within three days.
ing logs and sticks, but with a crust Sold by R. S. Knowlton.
DR. RICHMOND
PHYSICIAN
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$1.50
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5,
Entered a« aecond-claas matter May
8, 1905, at the poatoffice at Coauille, NATIONAL BANK
Or«eon, unde.' act of Congress of March
3, 1879.
NEARINti COMPLETION
C o q u il l k , O kec
H
Men's $18.00 suits N O W
$13.35 at “The Hub’s” big sale.
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S r « m e N e a r t 'l i o a f i i u e to f> e n lli.
MUSIC LOVERS
ENJOY A TREAT
Well Rendered Program,
Highly Appreciated by a
Large Audience
The music lovers of Coquille en­
joyed a rare treat last Wednesday
evening when the vooal-violin re­
cital of MissMahle Millisand Prof.
Lyans was given at the Heazlet
Theatre.
A highly appreciative
audience greeted the performers,
heartily applauding each Lumber,
to which they graciously responded
with an encore.
The program was a particularly
pleasing one and enabled each to
fully display the rare talents which
they so happily possess.
Miss
Millis has a well trained, rich con­
tralto voice which was greatly en­
joyed by all, while Prof. Lyons
proved himself a violinist of un­
usual ability. His skill with this
instrument, his taste in selections
and the expression in their rendi­
tion, proved him the artist he really
is in a manner most pleasing to bis
hearers. The able accompaniments
of Mrs. Hawkins added much to
the evening’s entertainment.
The program was as follows:
1 Lea Adieux - - - Sarasate
Mr. Lyans
2 The Hill o’Skye - - Harris
Miss Millis
3 Concerts, Op. (Andante, Allegro)
Mendelsscun
Mr. Lyans
4 (a) Wenn Ich in deine Augen
Seh’ - - - - • Schuman
(b) Turn Ye to Me - Larson
(e) Little Boy Blue - - -
- - - Buckingham Joyce
Miss Millis
5 Son of the Prairie Keler Bela
Mr. Lyans
6 Slave Song - - - Del Riego
Miss Millis
7 ( a) Legende - - Wieniawski
(b) Fantasie Appossionate -
- - - - - - Vieuxtemps
Mr. Lyans
A little boy, the eon of Chris D.
Peterson, a well known resident of
the village of Jacksonville, Iowa,
had a sudden and violent attack of
croup. Much thick stringy phlegm
came up after giving Chamberlain’s
Cough Remedy. Mr. Peterson enys:
“ I think he would have choked to
F e v e r S o res .
death had we not given him this
Fever Bores and old chronic sores
remedy.” For sale by R. S. Knowl­
should not be healed entirely, but
ton.
should be kept in healthy condi­
Our A p p le T rade Grow ing.
tion. This can be done by apply­
ing Chamberlain’s Salve.
This
A Portland paper says:— “ De­ salve has no superior for this pur­
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mand for the cheaper grade of ap­ pose. It is also most excellent for
ples is growing. Some from Coos chapped bands, sore nipples, burns
Bay are finding ranch favor with and diseaaes of the skin. For sale
the trade and considering the price b y R, S. Knowlton.
asked they are well worth the
Dayton H as R ecord Union.
money. If more care had been
taken in sorting and packing the
Claim is P aid
D a y to D , Wash., Dec. 2 .— Farmers
apples, a higher price would have
of
Waitsburg, Wash., and their
Alton Grimes, of this city, bus been obtainable for the quality is
wives are setting the pace for the
excellent”
been paid $1000, the amount of the
It is an undeniable fact that the northwest in the matter of organi­
policy in h's favor and carried by
zation of the farmers for protection
his father, John Grimes, who «as apples grow in Coos county are far
and advancement. The town, with
superior
in
grain
and
flavor
to
many
in the Fifth street lodging house at
a population of 2000, is support­
San Francisco which collapsed dur­ grown elsewhere that bring higher
ing the second largest union in this
ing the earthquake, and with many prices on accounts of being packed
state and the largest of aDy town of
others, has not been heard from better and more highly colored.
the size in the United States. The
The
fact
that
our
apples
are
not
since, but whose body was never
Waitsburg union was the first in
identified. While the usual direct good shippers because they are so
this state three years ago. The
tender
and
juicy,
will
be
the
cause
proof of Mr. Grimes' death was im­
of their great popularity when membership is 135 men and 100
possible, the Woodmen took the properly introduced
When our women. It is the only union in
liberal view of the matter and gave orchards are properly carred for
the northwest where the women take
the beneficiary the benefit of the and the fruit grown under proper
an equal interest in farm manage­
conditions,
then
picked
and
parked
doubt, if there is any.
with the care that the valley fruit ment and improvement of the con­
is handled, and then shipped with­ dition of the farm life.
N t n m n c h T r o u It I e C u r o r t .
Owning and operating eight large
If you have any trouble with out bruising, there is no market in
which they would not beco me very warehouses, handling 75 per cent
your stomach you should take
popular, it not favorites.
of the grain tributary to Waitsburg,
Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver
Ta Jets. Mr. J. P. Klote of Edina, C t t r r d o l n N r v c r r A t t a c k o l l l r o u * this union bolds tbe world’s record
c lilll« by C h a m b erla in «
in this respect. It is leading the
Mo., says; “ I have used a great
Cough H r in n lr .
fight for the farmers and its officers,
many different medicinea for stomach
“ On October 18 th, last, my little
have been amoDg the most active in
trouble, but find Chamberlain's
three year old daughter contracted
this state in pulling away from the
Stomach and Liver Tablets more
a severe cold which resulted in a
big grain dealers.
More than
beneficial than any other remedy I
bad case of bronchitis,’’ says Mrs.
1 , 500,000 bushels of grain were
ever used.’’ For sale by R. S.
W. G . GibBon, Lexington, Ky.
stored by the Waitsburg union this
Knowlton.
“ She lost the power of speech com­
year independently of the big
pletely and was a very sick child. dealers. Officers are: N B. At­
NOTICE
All Coos County warrants drawn Fortunately we had a bottle of kinson, president; D. C. Eaton, vine
on the general fund and endorsed Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy in president, and W. D. Wallace,
prior to July 1 st, 1908 , will he the house and gave it to her accord- secretary-treasurer.
paid on presentation at my office in ,
, h„ printed directions. On.
A 320 acre South Atnran Veteran
Coquille, Oreg. No interest will be '
the
second
day she was a great Bounty Land Certificate issued by
allowed on any of these warrants
deal better, and on the fifth day, tbe Department o' the interior.
after December lOtb, 1909 .
Dated this 7 th day of Dec. 1909 .
October 23 rd, she was entirely well Government of Canada, Ottawa,
under the Volunteer Bounty Act,
T. M. D i m m i c k ,
of her cold and bronchitis, which I
County Treasurer. attribute to this splendid medicine. 1908 . Good for 320 acre* of any
Dominion land open for entry in
I recommend Chamberlain's Cough Alberta, Saskatewan, or Manitoba.
W O. W G e ts $25 000
Remedy unreservedly, as I have Any person over the age of 18
Of the $54,000 bond issue recent­ found it the surest, safest and years, man or woman, can acquire
ly floated in Chicago, the Wood- quickest cure for colds, both for this land with this certificate, with­
out further charge. For immedi­
men of tbe Wcrld secured $25,000 children and adults, of any I have ate sale — $800 00 . Write or wire
from (he brokers that were the sue- 1 ever used.’’ For sale by R. 8. L. E. Telford, 131 Shuter street,
1 Toronto. Canada,’’
cessful bidders on tint bonds.—8un. 1 Knowlton.
"Weber Bros'. World Famous
Shoes” bought from the creditors
of the Carlton Shoe Co. at 68 cts.
on the dollar, now on sale at “The
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P er Y ear
Planting A p p le Trees.
In planting the apples, remember
that they will do well, and often
best, on high, rolling land, where
there is good air and water drain­
age. Before setting the trees plow
and prepare the soil as for most or­
dinary crops. It is a very good
idea to give a deep and thorough
plowing where the rows of trees
are to be placed. This will loosen
up the soil for the new feeding
roots. The soil can never be stirred
deeply close to the trees after they
have been set.
In setting the
young trees use only very fine soil
for filling about the roots, and set
the trees at least two rods apart if
you wish large, long-lived trees, as
a mature apple tree sends its roots
long distances, and closer than this
distance will mean a siruggle for
plant food and a consequent reduc­
tion ot the fiuit crop with suffering
from lack of moisture during a pro­
longed drouth.
I find it a good plan before sett­
ing the trees to prune the roots to
within six or eight inches in length
and reduce the top in proportion.
The cut places on the roots will
form callous forms from which
many feeding roots will spring, and
of course the more feeding toots
that can be induced to grow, the
mire chances the young tree will
have for living and making a vigor-
oug growth the first year. It might
seem to some rather out of place,
but a great many need the advice of
the suggestion here made: Do not
plant an apple orchard for a pasture.
Keep the horses and other domestic
animals out of the orchard, as they
will bite and otherwise mutilate the
trees, earning them to die. In
plowing the young trees remember
that they are easily skinned and
that skinning them will proba­
bly cause a scar, and maybe death.
Every farmer should cultivate his
orchard himself instead of intrust­
ing it to the hired help or other dis-
interesting parties.
Do not pasture the hilly orchard
simply because it has grass in it,
but mow the grass and let it rot
upon tbe soil, thus adding humus,
which will aid the trees iu a gener­
al way. Where the area of the or­
chard is very hilly and inclined to
wash a great deal, after the trees
have reached the age of 2 or 3 years
it is sometimes advisable to sow it
in grass.
Save your wood ashes and use in
your orchard as a fertilizer if there
aieany indications that a potash
fertilizer is needed.
These ashes
are especially good for peach trees,
also other trees and vines. Scatter
thinly on the soil over a circle as
big as the lop of the tree.
The
feeding roots run out farther thau
the longest branches of the tree.
Coos
M akes
G ood Sh ow in g.
t h e ; o . k . b a r b e r s h o p
L. COCHRAN. Proprietor
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^ Hot and Cold Baths, Hair Cutting and Massag-
^
ing a Specialty.
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One of the
^
Most Up-to-Date Shops in
| Coquille,
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the City ^
Oregon |
Do You Intend to Build?
|C
Did you stop to consider that a building made
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out of cement blocks is almost indestructable
and fireproof?
Did you stop to consider that the first cost is almost the
last cost?
Did you stop to consider that sand and gravel, washed and
cleaned by the ocean, together with proper proportion of
Portland cement, makes the finest blocks and bricks in the
world.
Yours for business,
COQUILLE CONCRETE WORKS
Portland and Coos Bay S. S. Lin^
BREAKW ATER
Sails for Portland E very Saturday
Sails From Ainsworth Dock.
W.
F.
MILLER,
PAUL L. STERLING.
Portland, Wednesdays at 8 P. M.
Agent,
AGENT.
Marshfield,
COQUILLE,
pipst-cioss
PHONE
NO. 18 l
M ea ls a t a l l Hours
p r o m 6 a m to 9 p m .
S e p v ls t.
A T TH E
Oregon
Skookum Restaurant,
C. A . H A R R IN G T O N , Proprietor.
S p e c i a l A t t e n t i o n G i v e n to
W « M a k « R a t o s to
re g u la r B oarders.
C ö m m e r o l i l Men
R S. KNOW LTON, President
GEO. A. ROBINSON, V. Pres.
R. H. MAST, Cashier
Formers
ai)d Merchants
of Coquille
Baqfe
The Marshfield Sun says: The
lumber shipments from Coos county
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000
during the month of November
Share o f Y o u r B u sin ess S o licited
A
R
eason
ab
le
were second only to Columbia river
shipments, according to figures con­
F ir s t C la ss S a fe ty D ep osit B o x es F o r R e n t
tained in The Ttmberman. The
shipments were not quite a* heavy
as during October, but were nearly
15,000,000 feet for the month.
Next spiing or summer when
the C. A. ¡Smith Company starts its
present mill on a double shift and
the new Bay City Mill on a double
shift, as is now planned, it will be
cutting at the rate of 1,000,000 feet
of lumber every day or rather in
the twenty hours of each day that
the plants will be running. This
We Carry
will make the output of the one
company over 25,000,000 feet per
month, and as the other companies
are planning for big cut, the lum­
ber cut in the county may run close
Your
We are headquarters for everything in the meat line
to 35,000,000 feet per month.
wants always receiues prompt attention.
Tbe Timberman gives the follow­
ing data of Coos county’sshi nnents
during November:
From Coos Bay—
Feet.
To San Francisco
8,610,000
To San Pedro
2,630,000 A. J. SHERWOOD P m .
R E. SHINE. Vise P m
From Coquii'e River—
0. C. SANFORD. A»it. Cashier
I. H. HAZARD, Cashier
To San Francisco
2,600,000
To San Pedro
800,000
Total Irom Coos Bay
11,240,000
Total from Copuille River 3,400,000
OP CO ÇU IU Ü B, ORBGOP.
Tctal from county
14,640,000
Total month previous
15,389,000 T r a n s a c t s a G e n e r a l B a n k i n g R e m i n e s i
Decrease from previous
month.
749,900
Cerrt«$end#$t»
PIONEER MEflT MARKET
T Y*.
Lard,
Hams,
Bacon,
Sausage,
Fresh and Salt Meats.
a
COQUILLE V A L L E Y
PACKING CO.
FIR ST N ATIO N AL B A N K
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Beard af Director*
A. J. Sherwood,
Men’s Hats $2.50 values now R. O. L . Dement,
Harlocker,
L . H . Hazard,
$1.65 at "The Hubs” big sale.
Isaiah Hacker,
R .E , Shine.
National Bank o Commerce, N™ York CH
Crocker Wool worth N ’l Bank. F. n Francis«
Fir*t|N at’l Bank of Portland. Portland,