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COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY
Entered at* Hecoud-claas matter M a y
8 , 1905, at the poatoffice
Coquille,
Oregon, under act of Congress of March
3, 1879.
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DR. RICHMOND
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OHice over Rose’s Store, Front St.,
OoquiLLK, O kkgon .
Otlioe Phone Main 211.
Dr. C. W. Endicott
D en tist
Oflice over First National Bank
Phone Main 431.
Coquille, Oregon
E. D, SPERRY
ALL ENGLAND
MOURNS KING
Monarch of Great Britain Succumbs
to Pneumonia and Com­
plications.
London, May 7.— The tolling of
the great bell of St. Paul’a Cathe­
dral at minute intervals between
five and six o'clock this morning,
an office only for the sovereign and
Arch-Bishops of Canterbury and
York, conveyed to the countless
thousands of Londoners and its
suburbs the first intimation of the
death of King Edward.
Popular interest in the D ew ruler
is overshadowed by the universal
grief at the death of Edward VII
Attorney and Coanoellor at Law.
The beloved monarch succumed to
pneumonia which followed a bron­
chial attack at Buckingham Palace
at 15 minutes before last midnight
in the sixty-ninth year of his life
W C. CHASE,
and the tenth year of bis reign.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
The funeral arrangements have
Offio in Robinaon Building, Upstairs
Dot yet been announced but it is ex­
pected by court officials that the
body will be buried at Frogmere
near the bodies of his father, mother
C. R. BARROW
and son.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Queen Alexandra is beariDg up
Office Phone 335 Main
bravely.
She had breakfast as
Residence Phone 340 Maiu
usual in her own apartments today.
Members of the royal household at­
C o qu ille C ity , O re
tended a special service in the pri­
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vate chapel of the Palace at an early
hour.
J. J. STANLEY
Everywhere throughout the coun­
LAWYER
try flags are half mast on public
buildiDgs, private dwellings, war­
Martin Building
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F im t 8ti«e
ships and other shipping, while
COQUILLB, O b EOON
church bells sounded the doleful
news.
The American feeling regarding
A. J. Sherwood,
the death of King Edward was in
A ttobh b » - * t - L ì w ,
accordance with cabled instructions
N o t ì b t P d b l io ,
from Secretary Knox expressed this
Coquille,
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Oregon
morning to Sir Edward Grey, Sec­
retary of State for foreign affairs
by American Ambassador Reid in a
Walter Sinclair,
letter suitable to the occasion.
ATrORNBT-AT-LiW,
Since early morning a flood of
N otabt P c b m o ,
messages have been pouring into
Coquille,
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Oregon.
the Palace from foreign lauds. One
of the first that arrived »as a sym­
pathy telegram from Emperor W il­
Hall & Hall,
liam to the Queen Dowager. Am­
A ttornvth - at L a w ,
bassador Reid and Secretary Phillips
Dealer in R ea l E st â t » o f a ll k in d s.
of the American embassy were early
callers at Buckingham Palace and
Marshfield, Oregon.
Malborough House where in the
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visitois bookB they iusciibed their
E. G. D. Holden
Dames and those ot their wives.
Later other members of the diplo­
L awyer ,
JUSTIOB OV THK P e AOB
matic corps called. Mr. Reid also
U. S. Commissioner, General Insnranoe
also left cards for Sir Edward Grey
Agent, and Notary Pablio. Offioe
while attaches of the embassy paid
in Robinson Building.
similar duty at the war office and
Coquille Oregon.
A dmiralty. The flags at Dorchester
House and the American embassy
are at half mast.
Office in Robinson Haildlng
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City Council Meets.
The regular monthly meeting
of the City Council of Coquille was
postponed from Monday eveniog
until Wednesday evening of last
week, at which time the meeting
was held in due form.
A t this meeting the project of
raising the fire-bell tower twenty-
five feet, in order that the bell may
be more plainly beard in down-town
districts, was brought before the
council. This matter was referred
the fire committee for further con­
sideration.
A move is also on foot to raise the
north end of the Moulton Street
bridge to prevent the mud from
washing onto the bridge. This was
referred to the street committee.
Certain parties applied for the
privilege of connecting a water pipe
with the Front street main to run
north to middle of block four of
tbe original town, theDce 100 feet
east, upon which two hydrants are
to be attached for fire protection.
The parties in this block are willing
to bear the necessary expense of
putting in tbe pipe and hydrants,
aDd will provide 100 feet of regula­
tion hose with nosle for each hy­
drant. They ask only the privilege
of attaching to the mains. This is
a verv enterprising move on the
part of these people, and would no
doubt prove a great thing in case of
fire in that closely built-up block.
Application was made by a num­
ber of the property owners on the
north side of Front Street for a ten-
foot concrete sidewalk from the
Baxter Hotel corner to the west
line of R. S. Knowlton’s property.
This matter was also placed in the
hands of the street committee.
The ordinance governing tbe
width of stairways in public build­
ings was so amended as to allow of
narrower ones in tbe smaller struc­
tures where the numbers gathering
therein are not large.
The regular routine business and
tbe allowance of bills were gone
through with after which the council
adjourned.
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W ic k h a m
H ouse
On Thursday morning the steamer
Breakwater arrived at Coos Bay
from Portland after one of the
quickest voyages ever made between
these two points.
The 100-mile
run from Portland to Astoria was
made in a little under six hours,
and reached Coos bay in from the
metropolis in twenty and one-half
hours. It is the intention of her
management to establish a five-day
schedule between the Bay and Port­
land, and Cnpta:n Macgenn antici­
pates no trouble in maintaining it.
This gives Coos county a service of
which the people should be proud,
and they should have no hesiteDcy
in patronizing her as the boat has
been put in excellent shape for the
work and her accomodations are
good.
Among those arriving on the
Breakwater were the following:
IV G Howard, G eoD W ood, Wm
Harlan, W H Berry, R Long, Mrs
LoDg, B’ Walters, Homer Hurt, C
Gerking, GeoGoodrum, A F W ood­
ward, A Peterson, Mrs Gill, B J
Comonvelt, A Anderson, G F Rot-
nor, L Zien, A Hebgen, W Whitney,
B Cheen, A Rosenthsl, C M Doult,
Mrs Doult, O O Troop, G T Cu.or,
Mrs Cusor, Rev Lininger, J Berg­
man, F E Whitman, R F Sinder,
E Nelson. Mrs Keating, J Beaulieu,
H Mann, J W Wright, S Endicott,
J Fry, Mrs Fry, J U Beane, J M
Blake, E C Pigalt, Wm Turpen,
W R Bradley, Miss Bradley, H B
Donahey, W Delay, J Lowry, W
E Colton, R C Tapley, F W Finoll,
Mrs Foot, 8 H Robinsoo, M Persh-
bakcr, E. Edgersol, Miss Nelson
and five steerage.
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King George V Now On Throne
MRS. G. R. WICKHAM
Proprietress
Phone Main 13X.
Board by Day, WeeK or Month
Sample Hoonjs
Nice Batl)s
Special Attention Paid to
the Traveling Public.
M. E. WHITMORE. E. F. MOKRISSY
Coos
Bay
Paving and
struction
Con­
Company.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Plans
and
Estimates
Given
Concrete Bricks Stone and Timber
Contractor.
Phone 151-J *
Offices 117 Front Street, Marshfield Ore.
Theo. BergraanShoe Mfe.Co.
Incorporated.
London, May 7 — King George
was proclaimed this afternoon. The
proclamation was approved by the
privy council at four o ’clock.
The council mot in the throne
room of St. James Palace under the
presidency of the Earl of Crewe,
who officiated in the absence of Vis­
count Wolverhampton, the lord
president o f the council. The new
monarch was given the title of King
George V.
The kiog who had
driven over from Marlborough
house waited in the room adjoining
the council chamber while the
lengthy formalities leading up to
the actual proclamation were pro­
ceeding.
With today’s ceremonies and in
his 45tb year the second son born
to KiDg Edward V II and Queen
Alexandra, becomes ruler of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain,
Ireland and British Dominions be­
yond the seas, King and Defender
of the faith and Emperor of India.
Manufacturers of
The Celebrated Berqmann Shoe
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Breakwater Makes Goo«l Time
Middle Man Thing ot Past
The Strongest and Nearest Water
St. Louis, Mav 5 — Officers of
Proof shoe made for loggers, miners
the American Federation of Labor DO Y O U W A N T TO SELL?
prospectors and mill men.
and different farmers’ organizations
If you want to sell your business
621 Thurman Street
in conveitiou here continued today of any kind, or if you want to sell
P o r tl a n d , O regon .
to discuss a plan of co operation. your property, and will make tbe
A I l m h i K ! » » l » r l o r I , u r n * . t k « | * A new organization to be called
price right, I would like to hear
p i l l H u n . I * a n i l S » r r i»H»|>le«
The
Fanners’
Scientific
Co
Opera­
from you.
Give description and
Aaa healing salve for burns, sores,
sore nipples and chapped bands, tive Society will probably be the I price. Addreea J. E. Smith 513
Tbe ! Chamber of Commerce, Portland,
Chamberlain's Salve is roost excel­ result of the deliberations.
lent
It allay* the pain of a burn new organization will have for ita : Oregon.
almost ins*ently, and unless the in­ object the doiug away with the mid­
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jury i* very severe, 'teals the parts
Buy your flower of Lyon* &
dleman which includes the specula­
without leaving a scar.
Price, 26
* Jones, every sack guaranteed, $1.70,
enta. For sale by R, 8 . Knowltpn, tion in farm product*,
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COUNTY ANNUAL
FIELD MEET
$ 1.50 P e r Y e a r
11, 1910
Farmers' Union Organised.
R. E.SHIHEJVIee Free
A J. SHERWOOD P r o
0. C SANFORD, A o t. Cohier
l . H. HAZARD, C oh ie r
On Saturday State Organizer Hill
of The Farmers’ Educational and
Co-operative Union of America or­
ganized a Union in Coquille. This
OP C O Q U I I i U B , O R B O O p .
is the second Uuion he has organ­
ized in the valley, and he thinks he
T r a n s a c ts a G en era l B a n k in g B u s in e s s
will be able to reach the five in the
county necessary to entitle us to a
county organization, before he will
Beard af Directors.
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Cerreepoedenti.
be obliged to leave this section.
R. O. Dement,
A . J. Sherwood,
National Bonk o Commerce, New York Cl
Another meeting is now being ar­
L. Harlocker,
L . II. Haiard,
Crocker Woolworth N’ lBank, San Francl
Inaiati Hacker.
R. E. Shine. I First Nat’l Bank ot Portland, Portland.
ranged for to take place in this city
next Saturday, tbe 14 th, at 10 a. m.
Those living out o f town are in­
vited to bring their baskets and
stay for an afternoon session.
A
program is being arranged and it is
expected that the members of the
other Unions will be on hand and a
rousing time had. Every farmer io
the entire community should be
present and take a part in this meet­
C O Q U IL L E ,
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ing and inform himself in regard to
the workings of the Union, and the
benefits he may derive by being a
member.
Following are the officers elected
for this Union:
W. L. Kistner,
President; D. F. Dean, Vice Presi­
dent; Frank Willard, Secretary; E.
A. Howey, Chaplin; C. A. Pendle­
ton, Doorkeeper; George Gilman,
Conductor.
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
Bandon High School Track Team
Easy Winners at Marsh­
field Friday.
The Coos County High School
Annual Field Meet which took
place at Marshfield on Friday of
last week proved a grand success in
all respects. There was tbe largest
crowd ever assembled in tbe county
on a similiar occasion and much
interest was evident by the enthusi­
astic rooting. As a matter of course,
the crowd was largely Marshfield
people, yet there was a very good
representation from each and all the
towns interested, and the meet
came out ahead from a financial
standpoint, and will be a great en-
couragment for future endeavor
aloDg athletic lines.
Below we give the results of the
various events, and the names of
the contestants appearing in the
order in which they came out.
Mile Relay Race— Bandon, Myr-
tie Point and North Bend.
Time
4:3 4-5.
Pole Vault— Knowlton of Co­
quille, with Gardiner c f Coquille
and Nichols of Marshfield t y iD g . 9
feet, six inches.
220-Yard Daah—Gallier of Ban­
don, Kern of Coquille and Gardi­
ner of Coquille. Time :26.
Shot Put— Brewer of Myrtle
Point, Wilson of Myrtle Point,
Bowman of BandoD. Distance 38ft,
3J inches.
Mile Run— Laird of Bandon,
Schneider of Myrtle Point, Jones of
Myrtle Point. Time 5:14 1-5.
440 Yard Dash— Bowman of Ban­
don, Newkirk of North Bend, Cus­
ter of Coquille. Time :59.
Running Broad Jump— Gardiner
of Coquille, Harrmgton of Marsh­
field, Conrad of Bandon. Distance
18 feet. 2 inches.
100 Yard Dash—Gallier of Ban­
don, HeDnessy of Marshfield, Kern
of Coquille. Time 11 3 5.
High Jump—Clark of Marshfield,
Laird of Bandon, R ie l of Myrtle
Point. Heighest 5 feet 1 inch.
220 Yard Low Hurdles — Black-
erby of Bandon, Gardiner of Co­
quille, Hennessey of Marshfield
Time :30 1-5.
Standing Broad Jump— Laird of
BaDdon, Van Zile of North Bend,
Harrington of Marshfield. Distance
9 teet, 2£ inches.
Half Mile Run—Cowman of Ban­
don, Jenkins of BandoD, Custer of
Coquille. Time 2:2G.
Hammer Throw— Strang of Ban­
don, Bolt of Marshfield, Clinken-
beard of Marshfield. Distance 106
feet, 8 inches.
The officials of the meet were.
Time Keepers, Jno. Herron, Supt.
Ostein, Supt. Ankdrson, Prof. Beau­
mont.
Starter. George McCutcheoD.
Judges, Messers. Graves, Spires,
Oerding, Reynolds, Browning.
F R E D
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T A IL O R
NEW MACHINE SHOP
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Earthquake in Coata Rica.
San Juan Del Sur Nicaragua,
May 6 .— Tbe reports from San Jose,
Costa Rica, today state that no
habitable house remains in Cartage
where five hundred persons were
killed in sd earthquake Wednesday
night. Three hundred and fifty
bodies have been recovered from
ruins, Martial law has been declar­
ed.
The authorities are making
big efforts toward relief of the
wounded and destitute.
The vic­
tims who survived the injuries a
being removed to San Jose, fourteen
miles distant. This is tbe fifth time
Cartago was destroyed by earth­
quakes.
New York, May 7.— Dr. Juan J.
Ultea, the Costa Rican consul gen­
eral in this city, said today he had
received unofficial advices inform­
ing him the city of Parasie was also
practically destroyed by earthquake
and that this led him to estimate
tbe loss of life in the earthquake
might reach 1,000 with 10,000
rendered homeless and the property
loss aggregating $25,000,000.
P R O P R IE T O R
Rose Building, Second Street,
Oregon
Coquille
Are prepared to do all kinds of repairing in ma­
chinery—large
and small —in a scientific and
workman-like manner,
Special attention given
to Donkey and Gasoline Engines, Automobiles, etc
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wii««i>iiie Cornell.
This is a more dangerous disease
than is generally presumed.
It
will be a surprise to many to learn
that more deaths result from it than
from scaret fever. Pneumonia often
results from il. Chamberlain’s Cough
Remedy baB been used in many
epidemics of whooping cough, aDd
always with the best results.
Del
bert McKeig Harlan, Iowa says
of it: ‘‘ My boy took whooping
cough when nine months old. He
had it in the winter. I got a bottle
of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
which proved good. I cannot rec-
Hamilton to Run
commend it too highly.” For sale
Judge J. W. Hamilton, of Rose- by R. S. Knowlton.
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burg, announces that he will be
candidate for re-election in this
N otice to M arn ners
judicial district.
The announce­
ment was made in reply to a petition
The following affects the aids to
from Eugene attorneys. Judge J. navigation in the Thirteenth Light­
S. Coke will algo be a candidate for house Dissrict.
re-election, it is understood, and it
Oregon—Coos Bay entrance—
is not believed that there will be North spit jetty bell buoy, iA, es­
any particular opposition to either tablished April 18 , 1910 , in the place
of them.— Coos Bay Times.
of north spit jetty buoy i|, a ad-
class can, which was then discon-
Anyone in need o f a Singer or tiued.
Wheeler & Wilson sewing ma­
Oregon—Siuslaw river entrauce
chine may be accommodated by — Buoys established April 16 , 1910 ,
calling at Laird’s House Furnish­ as follows:
ing establishment.
Siuslaw river whistling buoy, ” S”
PS, in 90 feet of water, in the place
E ggs for hatching— White Ply- of Siuslaw liver buoy, “ S,” PS,
mouth Rocks, and Brown Leghorns 2 d-class can, which was then dis­
l l .o o per setting, also Indian Run-
ner ducks. J. C. Watson, Coquille. continued
Outer buoy, PS 2 d-class can, in
55 feet of water, about 500 feet
NOTICE.
outside the bar.
All Coos County warrants drawn j
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on tbe general fund and endorsed
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prior to July 1st, 1908, will be
Quick A Curry makes the gal-
paid on presentation at my office in vanized screen door, standard sizes
Coquille, Oreg. No interest will be on band. Special size* made in
allowed on any of these warrant* short order. Also handy, adjustible
after December 10th, 1909.
window screens, ironing boards,
Dated this 7th day of Dec. 1909.
sleave boards, bread boards, (hem
T. M. D im m u k ,
County Treasurer. boards and meat safes.
W . h . S c h ro e d e r
JEW ELER
C o q u ille,
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Bring me your W atch and
Jewelry repairing. I will
treat you right.
A
G o o d L in e o f W a t c h e r
A lw a y s on H and
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C h o ic e F r e s h M e a t s
w a y s on H and
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OREGON