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27: No 47
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1910
Entered as »«oond-claee matter May!
8, 1905, at the puatofflee at Coquille,
O rejón, under aut of Hongrois of Man li
3 , 187«.
COQUILLE SAW MILL
PH Y SICIAN ANO SURO EON.
Office <> or H o w 's
Dr. C. IN. Endicott
D e n t is t
Olile** ov e r Kirst National Bank
I'lion e M ain 431.
C oqu ille, Oregon
E. D, SPERRY
Coanoellor at Law.
Office in liobinHon Building
IN. C. CHASE,
a t t o r n e y - a t - l a w
Offio in Robinson Building, Upstairs
C. R. 8 ARROW
A tv* »rimy and Counsellor at Law
Office Phone 335 Main
Residence Phone 34b Main
CoqntLLB C i t y , O ku
Yesterday evening «bout ten or
fifteen minutes till nine o'clock the
boiler iu the west side of the saw
mill of tbe (Joquille Mill and Mer
cantile Co. ¡ d this city, exploded
with terriffic effect. There were only
four or five persons working at the
t;me,a planer being operated in or
der to get out a bill of lumber which
the Aasen Bros, had engaged, be
fore they gave up the mill, their
lease, having expired Monday,
The fireman, F. IJ. McCalley, late
of noitb Bend sustained injuries
from which he died within an hour
or so after the explosion.
and two children had gone to see
.j him, having come over from North
Bend jester lay, and were wi.hin a
few fe*t of him at the lime, but
were more fortunate. The little
ones beiug very slightly hurt, while
OOQOII.LH, O b EOOM
A. J. Sherwood,
A t t o b n b t - a t - L a w ,
N o t ib t P u b l ic ,
W alter Sinclair,
A t i o b k b t - i t - L a w ,
N o t a b t P u b l io ,
Hall & Hall,
A ttobnkts - it L aw ,
Dsalei in R bal E s t a i » o f «11 kinds.
M arshfield, Oregon.
E. G. D. Holden
L awtbb ,
JOSTICB o r THB PEACE
U. 8. Commissioner, General
Agent, and Notary Pablio.
in Robinson Building,
MRS. G. U. W ICKHAM
Phone Main 13X.
Board by Day, Week or Month
broken two blocks away. The Kirst
National Bank sustained th** great
est lo.s, several large panes going ;
A Double W edrting
In Coquille, Oregon,
July 21, 1910, at Ihe residence of
Mrs. U. Nosier, Mr. Royal M. Jones
and Miss Marion V. Laird, and at
The "Oregon" to be Brought Down the same time and place, and by the
From Grays Harbor in Sep
same ceremony, Mr. Archie R.
Hughes and Miss Bessie Duncan,
| Judge E. G. D. Holden who per-
Thn govrnment approprinlion for 1 formed the beautiful and impres-
the Coqnille of $56,000 will be used i slve ceremony which he is so cap-
in the operating of the large dredge able of doing. The parlor was
"Oregon’’ in the removal of the j handsomely decorated for the oc-
sboals, beginning on the lower river, [ casion with Oregon grape and
which are very much in evidence at huckleberry entertwined with red
the present time, the steamer Favor- , and white roses and carnations
ite being delayed two or three days After the ceremony the newly wed
last week from tbe fact that there took the 4:25 train for Marshfield,
was not sufficient water on these where they will spend thetr honey
shoals to float her over at low tide, | moon. These young people all live
while she is drawing less than five j on the lower river and are well and
tavorably known by a large circle
It has been given out by the gov-
friends who join in congratula-
ernment engineers at Portl md that tions
the “Oregon" will be ready for her; These young people were all from
trip to the Coquille in September, at j Bnuden aud rank well up among
which time the work will be begun, the vouger denizens of our county,
her work at Gray's Harbor to be ^or industry anil worth, and tbe
finished soon. The “Oregon” is a g ° 0<1 Fense
*tai! right iu life, and
dredge of large capacity and will be in company with their many friends,
able to make a great showing in a wo w'sh them much joy iu the mat-
May they live
short time. Great care should be rimonial relation,
taken in the future that snags be long and prosper.
Special Attention Paid to
the Traveling Public.
H. E. Shelley
First Class Work Guaranteed.
M. E. W H IT M O R E . E . F. M O K R IS S Y
not allowed to sink in the channel to
cause bsrs. The work which is to
be done by the government will
demonstrate to the people of the
valley tbe efficiency ol dredging and
by that time they can have settled
the question of a port commission
and if there are bars remaining, vote
tbe necessary tax to keep the ma-
chine going till the river is clear and
navigable as for up as it will be
M ay L o w er Insurance
Since the city made a crusade for
the «pairing of dangerous chimneys,
there hns been repaired in the city
something like one hundred and fifty
Inspector Tribby says
that there are still some who have
noj cornpijeti with the rules ami that
UDless they do so the city will be
was a depth of 23 feet on tbe bar a I ,he inauraDfce companies, who re
few day ago, goes to show that if cently was in the city, highly ap-
there were a sufficient volume of 1 proved nf what hud been done in
watyr given a chane
to flow | tbe way of chimney inspecting. He
through between tbe jetties that ¡g 0De
,be mem wbo raakeg the
there would tie a sufficiency of wa- ¡ngurance r(,tes and |ie promised to
Ur for goodeized steamers to come in Ingpector Tribbey that if there was
at all times, and with tbe proper at- a cioger inspection of the electrical
tention given the river, any vessel w;rjng #iong with the inspection of
which could successfully cross the tne chimneys, the insurance rate of
bar regularly, could reach Coquille lhe city would be lowered.— Coos
e a r
ACATE GRINDING AND
E . C. B a r k e r & Co. §
Arago Grove, Aug. 5
R. E.3HIWE, Vise Pré«
« J. SHERWOOD Pré».
Social Feature of the Union
Importance of Farmers Organizing
0. C. SANFORD, Aset. Cashier
I. H. HAZARD, Ceebier
FIRST N A T IO N A L B A N K
P. S. Robison
OP COQUIULtB, ORBGOfft.
C. R. Barrow
Geo. E. Peoples T r a n s a c t s a Gen er al B a n k i n g B u s i n e s s
Board of Directors.
R. O. Dement,
A . J. Sherwood,
L . TI. Hazard,
11. E. Shine.
Nation»! B»nk o Commerce, New York C.
Orooker Wool worth N’lBank, San Prenci
First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland.
Program Starts at 9 o’clock sharp
G R A N D B A LL IN
NEW MACHINE SHOP
-NO LIQUOR WILL BE ALLOWED ON THE GROUND ----
Precautions A gain st Fire,
Portland, Ore., July 20.—,A vig
orous campaign to save the forests
of the Pacific Northwest from the
wboltsale fire losses that occur dur
ing each dry season, has been un
dertaken by the Western Forestry
and Conservatiou Association, em
bracing the States of Montana.
Idaho, Oregon, Washington and
California. The work of the associ
ation is under the general direction
of Forester E. T. Allen, with head
The association represents thir
teen minor associations, four of
them in this State Printed matter
is being sent out and fire warnings
are being issued to timber growers,
tnillmea, farmers and others direct
ly concerned. Officers of the asso
ciation are: President, A .L . Fle-
welling, Spokane; secretary, G. M.
Cornwall, Portland; treasurer, A.
W. Laird, Potlatch, Idaho. The
motto of the organization is: “ For
est use supports all indus!ries; forest
waste injures all. Promote fire
protection and share the gain."
In its literature now being sent
out, the association
statement that half the mercantile
timber in the United States today
is contained in the five States in
the association, and that lumber
production in the same territory is
one-fifth of the total ol the whole in
the country. The forest protective
associations which it represents al
ready spend annually over $Ioo,-
000 for fire patrol.
The association also employs a
trained forester to assist its mem
bers who control timber to install
and maintain improved methods of
protection, cutting and reforestation.
For the aim of the organization is
not only the protection of existing
forests but the judicious cutting of
ripe timber and reforestation of log
ged off and burned over areas.
Another Business Change.
M. D. S H E R R A R D , P R O P R IE T O R
R ep ort of A th letic Fonds.
The following is a statement of
funds handled by Herman O. Ander
son for the Athletic Association of
the Coquille public Schools for year
ending June 3, 1910.
Balance on hand from last
year ................................. $ 59 90
Frey Oratorical Cup contest 80 70
Debate................................... 14 84
Basketball.......... '............... 119 55
Tag day (Feb. 22).............. 207 45
Balance from collection for
hall rent ..................
Athletic membership fees...
Rose Building, Second Street,
Are prepared to do all kinds of repairing in ma
chinery—large and small— in a scientific and
THE O. K. BARBERSHOP
Walter Clarno of Upper Pistol
river proved himself to be a hero a
few days Bgo by rescuing two ladies
from a watery grave. Two neigh
bor ladies were visiting at the home
of Win, Clarno and in company
with Mrs. Clarno went to tbe riyer
to take a bath. The neighbor ladies
ventured too far into the stream and
neither being able to swim, the swift
current took them under.
Clarno, unable to render any assist
ance, called to the men folks who ran
to their assistance.
the bravery of all Curry county
boys, plunged into the water to
save the drwoning women. The Is.
dies in tbeir struggle for life, caught
hold of tbe brave boy and they all
sank beneath the surface repeatedly.
When more drowned than aliye,
clasped in tbe death grip of one of
the ladies and bolding the other by
the hair, Walter managed to grasp
tbe end of a pole which bis father
reached to him, and in this way got
the ladies to shore nearer dead than
alive.—Gold Beach Globe.
Hot and Cold Baths, Hair Cutting and Massag- ^
ing a Specialty.
One o f the
Most Up-to-Date Shops in the City
Special attention given
to Donkey and Gasoline Engines, Automobiles, etc
T o ta l.........................$483 30
Frey Oratorical Cup Contest
Contestants &, Judges...... $20 00
Hall R e n t................... ...
3 26 ^
Advertising and programs 8 50
Engraving of cup ..........
Debaters and Judges...... 16 75
Team expenses ............... 5O 50
Hall rent.......................... 41 20
Lamps, bumpboards, etc
Suits.................................. 15 25
To Library Association 200 00
Tag day expenses.............. 42 00
Commencement expenses.. 18 30
At a meeting of the executive
C. L. Bender has sold his jewelry
A quiet home wedding took place
Con committee of the Eugene Commer in this city Monday forenoon at the business to Gustave Schroeder, the
cial Club last week a fund of $100
residence of the bride’s parents, latter taking possession last Satur
was voted to be uped in premiums
Mr. and Mrs.T. F. Tennisson where day. During the time he has been
for the best exhibits by Benton!
g en eral contractors
Mr. Willis Oddy and Miss Ealie in business here Mr. Bender has
I county apple growers at the Novera-
of tbe 8 t.te Horticu!-1 Tenms*on were jo.ned .n holy wed- succeeded iu working up and carry
lock, Rev. C. H.Cleaves oflicaitiug. ing on a profitable trade and has
Concrete Bricks Stone and Timber
turai Society in Portland. It isex-i
... . 1 Only imtnedi ate relatives were pre constantly improved his stock and
lected that the premiums will in-1
, . .
- sent The happy couple took the service until he turned over to his
Offices 117 Front Street, Marshfield Ore
11 o’clock train for the Bay where successor one ol the best jewelry
fruit and that the showing at tbe
. . . . . . .
. . . . . . 1 they will visit several days. They business in tbe county. He will
meeting of the horticultural,ss this ^
manyffiends who wi„ join leave soon for Portland to take
season will be and exceptional one. ^
us ,n conKratulations and ^
treatment for ear trouble and will
-O regon Anculturist,
then open up an optical parlor here
David Lamb, of Arkansas, arrived
_____ . . .
so that he will still be identified
M anufacturers o f
here last week and is enjoving a
(¿nick A Curry make the gal van- with Myrtle Point’s business circles.
The Celebrated Rergmann Shoe vis*» with bis brother*. J. .1 L*imh. izvd screen d'*or; standard sizes on Mr. Schroeder comes well recoin*
carty „ „ „ )e |msin„ 9
The Str n J a* nt N -a reet Water nl th is.it*. at. 1 J H La • It. •'» bard; special sizes made in short mend d
. .* • .
, . , .,
Proof « h o - in* b* f.. " v * t h . sn iierv Fi-htrap This is n t Ins tint 'rip oid*r Also handy, adjustahla win-
Lyons A Jones always try to have
proapect'tia au*l mill uteu.
to this place, be h .vi* g b e e n to see dow -crei-ns ironing hoards, sleeve
friend, here ..
boards, bread ----------------
boards, drain -----
bia relatives an t .«.e,,*.-
- receive his share of the trade in his something nice on hand for you for
621 Thurman Street
your Sunday dinner.
■ and meat safes.
eral year« ago
P o r t l a n d , O bxoon .
All Work Guaranteed
Will be held at
The Sports will consist of Horse Races, Foot Races, Ball
Game, Etc., for which Liberal Prizes will be awarded.
The explosion was something ter-
riffic, being beard for miles, and Plenty of Coffee, Milk, Pickles, Cheese will be furnished
and many large windows were
free on the grounds.
TO HAVE DREDGE
the mother sustained a fractured
iimb and other minor bruises and
shock from which she was uncon-
scious for some time. The baby,
nine months old, was burned or
scalded about the body, while the
seven-year-old boy was not hurt to
speak of, beiug only slightly burned
and has a clear recolection of all
that happened about him, The fami
ly came from Portland not long
since where their relatives and
The interment of the body will
take place here.
ANNUA l 'V i CNIC
One Man Killed, His Wife Has
Broken Limb and Two
F a rm e rs U n io n and G ran ge
Ollio Pbonti Main 211.
& S 2 S£ 2 S 2 SZ 8 SZSZS!S 2 SZ< >
tore, F ro n t S t.,
O' > JIM 1.1. K, O rk O o N.
W. H. Schroeder
C oq u ille,
Bring me your W a tc h and
J ew elry repairing. I w ill
treat you right.
Good L in e o f W a tc lie «
A l w a y s on Hand
PIONEER MEAT «ARRET
r y -v .
Fresh and Salt Meats.
We are headquarters for everything in the meat line.
wonts always receives prompt attention.
COQUILLE V A L L E Y PACKING (O.