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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1910)
V ol . 27: No. 27.
Entered aB second-class matter May A ^ f ) T M P R R R I C K
8, 1905, at the postuffiee at Coquille, « H U I 11 LI1 D i l l U H
Oregon, under act oi Congress of March
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
O lili» over Rose’s Store, Front St.,
OoqptLUE, < >K*ooîr.
odio » Phone Main ‘ii 1«
D e n tis t .
Ofllae two doors South of Post oOee.
Dr. C. W. Endicott
Oltice on Front Street
Phone Main 431.
E. D. SPERRY
Attorney anil Conncellor at Law.
Office in Robinson Building
W. C . CHASE,
A T T O R N E Y AT-LAW
Offlo in Robinson lluilding, Upstairs
C. R. BARROW
Attornsy and Oonnsellor at I.aw
Office Pilone 335 Main
Residence Pilone 3411 Main
CoqciLLB C it y , O kk
J. J. STANLEY
C o q u illb , O hkoon
A. J. Sherwood,
A tto b n b * - a t - L a w ,
N o ta r y P o b l io ,
W alter Sinclair,
A ttobnky - at -L aw ,
N otai » ! P ub lic ,
H a ll & H all,
A ttobnbys - at L aw ,
Dealei in R bab E stats of nil kinds.
E. G. D. Holden
L aw yrb ,
JOETICR Q r THR FRAC*
U. 8. Commissioner, General
Agent, and Notary Foblio.
in Robinson Building.
M. E. W HITMORE. E. F. MOKR1SSY
Seattle, March 12.— The news
papers of Oregon, NVashington and
Idaho cannot watch too carefully
Laird to Erect a Two Story the railroad improvements which
will take place in tbeso three states
Building - Other Structures to be
during the next year
from headquarters are to the jeffect
. ! that the transcontinental roads are
Still another brick to go up in i
prepared to spend .many hundreds
Coquille. Excavating for the foun-
of thousands of dollurs in the North
dation of the second brick building
west beginning with the spring
iu this city was begun last weoK
This means only one
and the hauling of dirt goes merrily
thing nud that is that Oregon,
on. The last start made is by W.
Washington and Idaho have reached
C. Laird, the furniture dealer, uu 1
that state of commercial develop
the structure is to occupy the lot
ment where it becomes necessary to
where the first livery barn built in
give them the very best possible
Coquille stood for so many years,
railroad equipment. Iu Washing-
and wliicb was constructed by
Ion alone the Great Northern will
"Uncle Tile” Willard for Z iq Card-
spend more than !*2,500,000 during
well when Coquille was a very
the y tar 1910 and there is no doubt
small town, and w*ss later conducted
that enormous sums will be spent
by U. E. Buck, T. J. Little, Geo.
in improyeufent iu the other North
Conger and W. H. Mansell, but a
west states. It will bo necessary
year or so ago was considered a
to put lots of money into new rol
back number at d was torn down.
ling stock and other iquipment in
This is a beautiful site for a order to carry on tlie* ever increas
business block, having a south front | in g |)(lfuDl t.M Jnniw Woodwo.th,
on oue of our business streets, and one of the big tiuflic men cf the
will be a splendid location tor his Northern Pacific and one of the
furniture establishment, which will
best informed men in railroad
occupy the lower floor.
circles on emigration matters, was
The builitng will be of brick with in the Puget Sound country the
steel, white pressed tiricb and plate past week and in newspaper inter
glass front, will he two stories high views stated that the’ H ill roads
and will cover a ground space look for the greatest colonist busi
The second floor will be ness in their history this year. The
arranged with office rooms in front settlers are surely coming; they will
and a hall 50x00 feet in the rear. locate in Oregon, Idaho ni id Wash
This structure will be put, up by in gton and every section of the
Contractor E. G. Perham, who is great northwest will beuetit. Never
just now putting the finishing touch in the history of the Pacific Coast
es on his oootruot wilii ti e First lisie thf prospects of the Nortb' esi
been so bright as they are at till:
National Hank, which is a full as
surance that it will be done in fir. t-
t I'lcnsaut I ’ ll] Me.
class style, and it will be construct
When you wtntn pleasant physic
ed according to the plans and speci
fications drawn by Architect \V. S- give Chnmbirlain’s Stomach and
Liver Tablets a trial.
Turpen, of Marshfield.
Mr. Laird also owns tin lot ad
joining the one on which this build always produce a pleasant cathartic
ing is to be etected and runs back effect. Call at It. S. Knowlton’s
to Second street, on which stands drugstore.
Bay Paving and Con
G E N E R A L CONTRACTORS
Concrete Bricks Stone and Timber
Offices 117 Front Street, Marshfield Ore.
The Celebratedtiergm annShoe
the barn occupied by Harry Flan
ders’ teams, and which will be ren
ovated and eonverti d into a ware
room and workshop to bs used
in connection with the furniture
Bill to D ispose of Indian Lands
Washington, March 8.— Senator
Chamberlain is prepared to intro
duce a bill prov ding lor ’final dis
position of all lands in Indian reser
vations in Oregon.
He has ga
M ail Bids to be Let.
thered information that, only 3609
Indians remain on all
1 he Coos Bay Time b reports that ; regervat;otl8i mftny (,f whom have
’ ’ Prslinnster Cuitis is in receipt of had their allotments, and that
notices from the post, ffico depart 1,274,111 acres remaiu unallotted
ment calling for bids currying the on three reservations, as follow s:
Coos Bay mail from llopeburg via
tlie old Coos Bay wagon ro .d. The : 79,820; Klamath, 872,18(1.
bids are to be in by March 22, slid bill ih desigm d as much for the
it is expected that a number will be 1 good of Indians ns for whites, by
giving such Indians the benefits of
"In the advertisement tor tods, education, development and self de
North Bend is made the terminus pendence, at the satuo time releas
ing to production large areas now
of the route. During the summer |
months, from May 31 to October 1,
-----------------* • » —
a twenty-hour incomiug schedule is'
provided and an eighteen-hour out-
Nearly nil diseases of the skin
going schedule is riquired. In the such ;ii ec/.e«na, tetter, salt rheum
winter months, they arc allowed and barber*1 itch are characterised
* ! l»v an intense itemu": ana smarting,
twenty-hve hours to get the mail
,.fe n bllr()en
and are allowed twenty-si.1: hours to , flnq ^isturlis sleep and rest. Quick
get the mail out
Tho outgoing I relief may he had by applying
time was extended, owing to the j Chamberlain's Salve. I l allays ibo
fact that tin r. is no train to make Brhinir and smarting almost in-
connections with and the ext.a time curp n )jj(B u s e
For ante by R
is permitted the contractors iu order g lx now ¡ton.
to let their horses take it easy’.”
______ , , , ________
N e w Engineer tor Coos Bay.
C » « o d < iMigli J l c i l i c l i i e l o r < l i i l i l r e n
Coos Bay will soon be under
The season for coughs and colds
charge of a new government engi-
is now at hand and too much care
neer, recently appointed by the war
! cannot be used to protect the child-
rv i • • v
District No. 2 m-
i ren. A child is much more likelv
, i ■
1 eludes Celilo canal L pper Columbia
to contract diptberia or scarlet
and Snake river, and some coast
fever when be lias a cold.
harbors, including Coos Bay. Maj.
“ 16 ri8k-
re expens'-s after the January, f
Officers’ salaries............... 1157.1 It
70 00 I
County scalp bou nty..,. 515 00
Scalp bounty (J sta te).... 102 00
Iudigeut.......................... 201 00
In Re Justice Court Expense*.
R H Burns, supervisor It 1) 10 vs
E G D Holden, J P fees
J E Perrott, constable . . . .
State vs Updyke, Insane
E G D llolden, J P fees..
State vs Davidson.
Fred Wolfer, witness....
1 st, J P Dist
A E Shuster, J P . . . . . . . .
J W Grout, assisting....
J T McGuire, assisting . . .
Stale vs John Doe.
C L Pennock, J P fees..
W B Cox, constable.........
State vs Wells.
C 1. IVunocb, J P fee s...
W 1! Cox, constable.......
8 W Noah, deputy game
F J Ringh in.................
S W Brainard................
Witnesses January 1
•las W ages.......................
F J Ringlmm...................
John R Herron..............
J VV Brainard.................
The following Jurors’ claims were
reduced from $2 and allowed at
O O Lund.......................
J R Lightner................
Geo A y r e ........................
H S Bonebrake..............
State vr Hunter.
C I* Pennock, .1 P fe* s ..
Archie Phillips, witness
S W Noah, dep gime w In
l 70 1
Win Holland, wittifs“ . . .
Drawing jury list 1 P Dist No 2
C E Pennock, J P ........
Robert Cruger, assisting..
J W Watt, assisting.......
State vs Crawford.
C L Pennock, J P fees..
J W Carter, making arrest
W R Cox, coi stable.........
A B O U T TH O S E
W'itai sat h .
Alec M cNaiiee................
C T Holland...................
M H IViiveus...................
J A Raker.......................
|W W Ueiyurs................
State vs Higgins, Insane
C L Pennock, J P fees. . . .
W B Cox, constable....
E Mingus, exam physician
II McLain, witness.........
Thos McGinnis, •• . . . . . .
A P Owen,
W B Cox, constable, serv
ing subpienas, MoBena
: L A Liljcqvist, dep pros
atty, mileage and tele-
pbone e^ penses............
In re Coroner’s Court expenses.
r l‘ ,n ' Uo" 8" appointment as chief engineer for
is the sole reliance
P r o o f shoe made for loggers, miflera | many mother* and few of t h o « I
prospectors and mill men.
I who have tried it are willing to use
once. Major Morrow is a graduate
Inquest of John Grinnell.
auy other. Mrs. F. F. Starcher, of
621 Thurman Street
I of the U. S. Military Academy in
P o r t l a n d , O regon
| Ripley, W. V«., says:
" I have
1887, ami during the Spanish
'never used anything other than
American war was major of engi
W F I )istn r ___
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
Information W an ted
neers in the Third Corps. -Coos
J A Mori isoli...
my children, and it bus alw»y s giveu
B uy Harbor.
L B Wo idrufT..,
Information i* wanted as to the 1 Kot"' satisfaction.”
E M Black erby..,
wb.reabouts of William Costeio. contains no opium or other narcotic DO Y O U W A N T TO
H N B row n ,...
I have important news for him from » Dd
* * confidently to
If you want to sell vonr business Walter Piottncr, witness.
a child sa to an a lnlt. For sale by
Van Couver, Washington.
of any kind, or if you want, to sell | H L Huston, exam phys.
It. 8. Knowltou.
W. fr . G aos ,
your property, and will make tie R E Goldei, coroner....
price right, I would like to hear Investigation of Charley A
Tim berland For Sale.
Give description and j Milton Lattiu, witness...
K. Holvereon, the tailor, has just
» t . v i ti
. u ,... T w
received a large lot of sample, of
R 10 W ’ P™«- Address J. E Smith 513 Albert Stifflcr
suitings. Call and see them and j Address, Joseph Schrems, Rose- Chamber of Commerci, Portland,
ED ON FOURTH RALE, i
get bis prices.
The Strongest and ifearest W ater , Remedy
T O T E L L YOU M Y
j. J. STAMI