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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1910)
WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1910.
Local Advertisement* among local
roading five cents [>er line each infer
l i >n. Cards c thanks 50 cents each
Obituary poetry live cents per line
Resolutions o( Condolence and lodve
. Ivertising five cents per line.
GUS. A N D ER S O N
•San Francisco, May 5 .— Death
from accidental causes was the ver
dict teturned today by the Coroner's
Jury in the case o f Tommy Mc
Carthy, the prizefighter who was
killed last Friday night in a fight
with Owen Moran, the English
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. He bison, of
A lot of late Nile, and aleo early
Norway, were in Coquille yesterday. pee». A. H. Fish, Arago. Phene
For Sale.— Span of geldings. 5
years old, weight 3 000 pounds, well
F or Sale.
broke. Inquire of Wm Bettys
Sixteen time of fine oat bay. -E,
Mrs. M. W. McCormick, ol River - 1
A. Wimer, Arago. Pboue 7xx.
ton, was in this city shopping yes
F or Sale.
Call at Robinson's Saturday
morning aud see the display o f ! S. L. LafTerty, of Coquille, has
three good horses for sale. 12 and
Round Hill strawberries
14 hundred pounds.
The steamer Fifield sailed Irom ;
San Francisco for the Coqeille Mon
Tiinhorlaiid For n!U
Judge Harris, having finished up
his portion of the present term of
Circuit C mrt. departed for Iris honn
at Eugene last Wednesday. There
were something like i-yocases dock
eted for this term, and Judge Harris
was called to hear about 20 , Judge
Coke having l>eeu interested in the
cares as attorney. Judge Coke is
now grinding away on the remain
aer which will possibly require
another week’s time for their dis
posal. Below we give the disposi
tion o f a number:
Coquille’s municipal election took
place last Monday and all went off
quietly, though much interest was
taken by many of our townspeople.
The offices to be filled were, mayor,
No. 2486. The State of Oregon
for one year; one councilman for
upon the relation of T K 8 beridan
one year and three councilmen for
et al vs C J Millis et al.
two years each; a recorder for one
ant’s demurrer to plaintiff’s answer
year. The vote stood as follows:
sustained and decision rendered
12 6 .
M. O. Hawkins, Citizens,
No. 2496. E B Seabrook vs Coos
J. E. Quick, Socialist,
Ice and Cold Storage Co. Con
A. W . Kelly, Citizens,
John Shaitan vs L D
Geo. O. Leach, Citizens,
1 15 .
to court report
L. S. Martin, Socialist.
er to take testimony.
FOR COMMON COUNCILMAN FOR ONE YEAR.
No. 2655. James Barnes vs City
T. T. Land, Citizens,
of Marshfield et al.
Jonathan Quick, Socialist,
court reporter to take testimony.
FOR COMMON COUNCILMEN FOR TWO YEAP8
R A Graham vs J D
J. A Collier, Citizens,
Sprockets & Bros Co et al. Demur
8 L . Curry, Socialist,
rer to complaint sustained.
L. H. Hazard, Citizens,
S. B. Hollenbeak, Socialist,
which he claims he sustained by
J. H. James, Socialist,
¡ 7 1 . being Jisposessed of the local rail
E. E- Johnson, Citizens,
12 7. road in 1899.
J. W. Tollman, Citizens,
R A Graham vs C B,
B & E R K A N Co et al. Trial by
A Good Showing.
jury. This suit was for $50,000 al
We give below prices paid by leged to be due plaintiff as salary
various creameries in the Coquille as manager of the line from 1894 to
Valley us well as in Humboldt 1899 inclusive. The jury rendered
county, California, for butter fat,
verdict in favor of the defendant
for the month of March, which are
No. 2729. F 8 Riebe vs C B, K
<t E R R A N Co. Jury trial. Ver
O. K. Creamery, 42J cents net.
dict for defeudant.
Norway Creamery, 38 cents net.
No. 2732. T C Foster vs Coos
Bandon Creamery, 37 cents gross Bav Gas A Electric Co.
— cost of manufacture to be de to United States circuit court.
First Trust A Sav
Humboldt county, California, ings Bank vs C A Metlin et al.
Freclosure of mortgage.
Grizzly Bluff Creamery 30 cents. ment for plaintiff.
Nellie I Chandler vs
Henry Holm et al.
Judgment for plaintiff.
Joseph L Lapp vs
Libby M cN 'il A Libby Con- the City of Marshfield et al.
densery 33} cents.
ferred for testimony.
Mamie Tuckness vs
E Tuckness. Divoroe granted.
Pythf an Sist era Re-Organize
No. 2829. Bertha N Peterson vs
Madrone Temple No. 39, Order H C Peterson. Divorce granted.
of Pythian Sisters, was re-organized
No. 2834. Nina Hatcher vs W A
at North Bend Wednesday, May Hatcher. Divorce granted.
4tb, by Grand Chief Inez B. Chase.
No. 2848. Kittie Lanagan vs S T
The members are enthusiastic Lanagan. Divorce granted.
over the redemption of their Temple
No. 2864. Benuett Trust Co vs
and are determined to make it a the City of Marshfield et al.
great success in behalf of the Pyth ferred for testimony.
No. 2890. North Bend Hardware
Following are the newlv elected A Supply Co vs L D Kinney et al.
and installed officers of Madrone Continued for term.
No. 2891. E O Hall vs E O’Con
M. E C. Florence Bees.
nell. Demurrer overruled. Stayed
E S. Lorena Swearingen.
by cross bill in equity.
E. J. Eunice Nelson.
No. 2515. E M Rockwood *s J
M. Auna Biggs.
W Grout et al.
M. of B. A C. Ella Ackerman.
M. of F. Isabelle Doming.
No. 2904. Eugene O'Connell vs
Protector Amelin Shepherd.
E O Rail.
Cross bill in equity.
G. O. T. Kate Terris.
Referred for testimony.
Mrs. Ackerman was unanimously
chosen to represent Madrone Temple
Thanks and Regrets.
at Grand Temple which convenes
in Portland June 2 1 st and 22nd,
it has become necessary on ac
count of the health of my family to
surrender the work of the church
here. Next Sunday will be my last
Of the many pleasing events that services here. I regret to leave the
have taken place during the past church in her present need and the
ye: r the o|>eu air social given by the 1 people who have labored and born
Epworth Leaguers of tbe M. E such burdens in hopes o f better
Church last Saturday evening near days. But it has become necessary-
Professor Amlersou's place was
We wish to express our sincere*!
rertainly tbe best of all.
thanks to all the members of the
With stveral large campfires church and all others who have
tnking tbe place of tbe electric shown us so many kindnesses and
lights, the grass sufficing for tbe given ns so timely and valuable aid
carpet, and logs and stumps serving in sickness.
It will ever be a
tbe purpose of all kinds of furni- bright place in our lives and a fra-
ture, everyone seemed to appreciate , glance to memory, Thatiks *0 all
the situation and went in for a good
E, C. II ot . i . a DAY.
The Mines tor woodsmen; Tower ■
About 10:30 p. m. mulligan, wbiel.
8 K. shoes. Th(1 K|OTi(, for wear
bad been prepared bv Chefs, Ander Logger Fear Gloves. E. L Tozier,
son and Kern, was served on tin
plates with bread aud butter.
After tbe multitude had been fed
music of various kinds was rendered
"y all who were qualified to take
paitand at 12 o’clock the jolly
crowd left for their vaiious homes
Bv O xf . W ho W as T h e se .
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F or ale.
C en trally o n d C o n v e n ie n tly
'I'n b le S u p p l i e d
w it l i th e Heat th e M a r k e t A f
S am p le
R o o m » fo r
C om m ercial M en. T ra n sfe r
o f 1 c ; afje t o a n d f r o m B o a t H
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K. Holverson, the tnilor, has just
J. E QUICK, COQU ILLE’S NEW
received a large lot of samples of Address, Joseph Schrems, Rose-
Call and eee them and burg, Oregon.
get bis prices.
Fiye Dollars Reward.
A gold watch attached to a gold
braclet was lost last Saturday be
tween court bouse and depot.
reward of $5 00 will be paid to tbe
person deliverin g it to this office.
Mrs. George Cook, ol Marshfield,
was reported very ill the first of this
If tbe other fellow cannot make
your watch run correctly, I eau. I
V. R. W ilson , Watchmaker
Shoes have won popularity with the
woods boys. E. L. Tozier maker,
75 per cent of headaches are
W. A. Bean, the Riverton merch
from eye strain.
ant and postmaster, had business in
fitted glasses will ours the defect.
Robinson’s Store has just received
V. R. W ilson , Optom Q i«»t.
a new line of art, fronting, round
thread anil butchers linen in white,
also art linen in brown.
There will be a meeting of the
farmers in Coquille next Saturday
which will no doubt be well attended
by a large number from all sections
of tbe county. Organizer Hill will
be present and give a lecture on the
needs of the farmer and how be
must proceed to obtain his lights.
Besides the talks of Mr. Hill a
short program is being arranged as
Address of Welcome by P. S.
Solo by Miss Zettie Haskin.
“ The Union as a Social Feature,"
by Rev. T. B. McDonald.
S o I d by Chas. A. Hill.
Violin Solo by Prof. Lyans.
Address by state organizer, C. A.
All are cordially invited to at
Remember the date, Saturday,
May 14 th, at 10 a. m. There will
also be an afternoon session
Buy your flower of Lyons A
Jones, every suck guaranteed, $1.70.
For a good second-hand Singer
sewing machine, call at the H er
Have you seen tbe new al’ over-
l.ce and embroidery froutiog at
Mr. and Mrs. Wat. Howell, Jr.,
returned yesterday from an extend
ed visit in California
Just received at Knowlton’s Drug
Store, a large lot o f the finest onion
sets ever seen in this market.
For Sale.— Grass and grain bav
arid fine red oats and barley. In
quire of W. H. Thomas, Coquille.
A full line o f shoes— for men With Mrs. NETTIE H A RR ISO N ’S 4 -D A Y HAI
It I* tha only entlraly auccMaful and
women, and children at Henry COLOR.
aatMactory preparation tar tha purges*
Simple • Marmleea • Certain. Sold ler 20 yeare
recemmended and need with eatlalactlen
thaaaaada. Contalna na lead, aalphur er ether
harmfel Ingredient. II "d y a a " and “ reatorer»’
hare disappointed yoa, try this. It never laili.
$1.00. At all first-class druggists and
Mayor Steve Gallier, o f Bandon,
who has been suffering severely
from rheumatism of late, has gone
to the Bay for treatment.
You are invited to hear the fol
lowing subjects discussed Sunday,
at the Christian church. Morning
subject, “ In a Rundle With God.”
Evening, "O ur Book of Life.”
B. M cDondd, minister.
Those onion sets at Knowlton’s
were grown especially for him by
one of the best growers of sets in
the Willamette valley.
E. N. Smith, tbe real estate man,
was up from Bandon Monday and
made our office a pleasant business
call. Mr. Smith is now offering
some fine bargains in Bandon, both
lots and 10 -acre tracts.
Robinson’s store carries an up-to-
date stock of fine white goods.
Lingerie Batiste, Flaxon, Linaire,
Persian Lawn, India linen, Organdie
One of the busiest institutions of
Coquille is our free ferry, as tbe
following figures will show
ing the month of March there were
1084 wagons, and 1781 footmen
crossed, and during April 1215
wagons and 2172 footmen. This Is
a Roocl show inKi and as tbe season
advances therb will be a great in
J. D. Wilson, of this city, received
word from his brother, Jack Wilson,
of Fourmile, stating that he had
sustained a fractured forearm while
workiDg at a camp down the coast,
Hp WBR tending spool and as the
donkey was hauling in the slack
line at a rapid rate, it became
tangled and Mr. Wilson was struck
by a coil with tht result mentioned.
We are sotry to state that owing
to the ill health of Mrs. Holladay
Rev. E. C. Holladay has been
obliged to resign the pastorate of
the M. E. church o f this city. They
will go to Dallas, Oregon, for resi
Just received a full line of ladies'
kid gloves— all shades- at Henry
For a burn or scald apply Cham
It will allay the
John Notley, of Santa Cruz, Cal pain almost instantly and quickly
ifornia, son of William Notley, erst heal the injured parts. For sale
while a citizen of this city and pro by R 8 . Knowlton.
The Coimty court met las! Wed
nesday on schedule time for the
trsnsaction of county business, but
owing to the fact that the Circuit
court was in session, it was deemed
b«st to adjourn tbe l^ounty court
until tbe adjournment of the Circuit
court. The County opurt will re-
plRRHC') fo tear m
convene or> May ktb,
Of Interest to Dairymen
I I I
CORN, PEAS, VETCH , CLOVER (all kinds)
RYE, GRASS, ETC., BEETS, CAR
ROTS, K A L E , ETC.
K N O W L T O N ’S D R U G S T O R E
Knowlton’ s Pharmacy, Coquille-
Cheap Dairy Ranch—240 acres,
about 120 acres creek bottom and
40 or 50 clear, orchards and build
ings. $6000. Easy terms. See E.
N. Smith, Myrtle Point, OregoD.
prietor of the Notley addition at the
east side o f town, dropped in on ns
This gentleman is now
the owner ol the property and comes
to look alter his interests
us that his father is enjoying the
best of health at the -frc,ent time,
of which hi* manv friend;, will be
P r o p r ie t o r
IR B Y
And all Kinds of Garden Seeds
Our shelves are full of new spring
For Sale. — Studebuker wagon,
McCormick mowing machine and and summer goods. Cnll and see
rake. Frank Nelson, Norway.
them and get prices.
We are al
Begin now to provide fora “ rainy ways ready to wait on you at Henry
day," by placing your earnings ¡ d Lorenz’s.
tbe Farmer's snd Merchant’s Bsnk.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hunt were
Mrs. Fanny E. Dyer, of Bandon,
passengers to the Bay by Monday’s
came up to this city yesterday after
train, after visiting relatives and
noon and is enjoying a visit with
friends on the river. Mr. Hunt who
Mrs.' T. M. Dimmick and Mrs. Dean
is a member of tbe Coos Bay life
Lyons A Jones always try to have saving crew, is suffering Irom a very
something nice on hand for you for
sore band, the result of blood pois
your Sunday diuner.
oning; however, it is improving
A chance for a homestead entra
to the right man for one-fifth the
Ladies if we cannot fit you with
cost of improvements, on account
of sickness in fimily.
For infor a tailored suit from stock, we will
take your measure and have one
mation inquire at H erald office.
For Sale.— A lot of excellent field made to order.
peas for seed at 3c per pound.
Services next Sunday as usual,
preaching by the Pastor.
morning subject will be ‘‘ Wearied
by the Well.” At night the tbeme
is “ Disregarded Signals." Plan to
be at both services.
J. J. F ox who was recently
night services are always brief and operated upon tor appendicitis at
as helpful as we can make them.
the Bay, is looking well and will
be himself in a short time.
Farmers' Union Meeting.
SA N FRANCISCO
W A T C H ES
PO LISH IN G
M A K IN C
S A IL IN G E V E R Y E IG H T D A Y S
Low Rates ami E xcellen t Accom
modations. Our Interests aro
A. F. E S I A BROOK CO.
San Francisco and
All Work Guaranteed
E . C. B a r k e r & Co.
Delivered anywhere in
town by the month or on
W e Carry a Complete Stock of
B U G G Y
P O L E S
Eveners, Singletrees, Bolts, etc., and do a
General Blacksmithing and
r n v
p a y
l* U A
C o q u ille , O r e g o n
W h en you have Real Estate for Sale
L IS T IT W IT H
W h en you want to Invest in Real Estate
C A L L ON U S
J. W. LENEVE, COQUILLE