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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1910)
27: No 51
V ol .
Entered a» second-class matter May
8, 1905, at the poatoffice at Coquille,
Oreiton, under act of Uongreaa of March
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Hose’ s Store, Front St.,
Offioi Phone Main fill.
Dr. C. IN. Endicott
D en t ist
Office over First National Hank
Phone Main 431.
E. D, SPERRY
Attorney and Coanoellor at L av.
Offioe in Robinson llnilding
IN. C. CHASE,
Offio in Robiuaon Building, Upstairs
C. R. BARRON
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Office Phone 335 Main
R esidence P hon e 346 Main
C o q u il l e C it y , O re
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J. J. STANLEY
CoquiLLB, O regon
A. J. Sherwood,
A tto b n b y - a t - L i
N otary P u b lio ,
W alter Sinclair,
A tto bn k y - a t - L a w ,
N otary P u b l io ,
H all & Hall,
A ttobneys - at L a w ,
Dealer in R ea l E state o f all kinds.
E. G. D. Holden
L awyer ,
J u stice or the P eace
U. 8. Commissioner, General
Agent, and Notary Pablio.
in Robinson Building.
MRS. G. R. WICKHAM
Phone Main 13X.
Board by Day, Weelt or Month
Special Attention Paid to
the Traveling Public.
H. E. Shelley
Carpenter a»d Builder
st Class Work Guaranteed.
- i^HITM ORE.
m > j
e . f .
Concrete Bricks 8tone and Timber
Offices 117 Front Street, Marshfield Ore.
The Celebrated Bergmann Shoe
The Strongest and iiearest Water
Proof shoe made for loggers, miners
prospectors and mill men.
621 Thurman Street
P ortland .
O esooe .
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, W E D N E S D A Y , AU G U ST 24, 1910
Dairy P ro d u cts as Food.
IN NEAR FUTURE
The products of the dairy are
perhaps the most useful artioles in
cluded in the human diet. A meal
The Johson Mill Recently Oeeloyeii by made up of dishes into which no The Plant lo be Located at the
product of the dairy cow enters
Peart Coal Mine North of
Fire to be Re-esiabliihed
at this City,
“ the turnpike road to people’s
Frank Morse, the electric light
The matter of Alfred Johnson hearts I fiDd lies through their
re-entering the sawmill business mouths, or I mistake mankind.’’ man has succeeded in closing a sat
looks favorable at this time.
Par Take away the butter for the bread, isfactory deal with the Peart Bros,
ties have been working on the the cream for the coffee and the who conduct the coal mine a mile
question of a Bite and other matters porridge, the shortening in the north of town for a site for his
connected therewith, and results crust and the biscuits, the milk in electric plant and for fuel with
are being accomplished.
the gravy and in the puddings, the which to generate Bteam for power.
Mr. Morse returned from Port
The enlargement of the Coquille cream for the dessert and the var
mill site has been accomplished by ious kinds of cheese which please land last Wednesday whither he
effecting a long lease of a strip of and satisfy, then take away the cup bad gone to secure the necessary
land from Mrs. Mebl which extends of milk for the little one and the machinery, which he informs us
up the river, giving ample room meal that wouldjbe left would be will be shipped in a short time,
and will be better than that which
for a good mill.
neither tempting nor nutritious.
Quite a number of our business
The health of our people depends was destroyed by fire. He expects
men are ready to lend substantial so much upon an adequate supply it here and that it may be put into
aid by taking stock in the mill of pure dairy products that even a place and furnishing lights by the
which shows a proper spirit in a scarcity is always attended by suf first of October.
business way. as well as confidence fering and death.
in Mr. Johnson’s ability as a lum
Butter is sometimes referred to as
Tillam ook Butterfat P rices
ber manufacturer and the thorough a luxury. This ¡ b a mistake, But
Pac. Dairy Review:— The follow
lumberman which he is.
ter is not a luxury but one of the
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necessities of life, and its composi ing are prices paid for June butter-
Spokane, Wash., August 22.— tion is such that nothing can take fat delivered at some of the cheese
Twenty persons are known to be its place and perform the same factories for which I act as salesman
dead as the result of the forest fires functions. It is nature’s product and secretary, being those in the
withiu a radius of ten miles of Wal compounded in the maternal organ immediate vicinity of Tillamook
lace. The death list of the entire ism and the process is in accordance City; Maple Leaf Creamery, 40
fire swept district of Northern Ida with nature’s law, a law which man ceuts; Tillamook Creamery, 40;
ho is certain to reach 150 and prob can imitate but cannot understand Fairview Dairy Association, 40
ably many more. It is impossible Man can manufacture from various cents; Clover Leaf Creamery, 40$
at the present time to make an fats and oils a substitute for butter cents, and Elwood Creamery, 39.5
accurate check of the missing. From but it cannot take the place of na cents. Prices at factories a distance
Wallace come reports that the town ture’s product because man cannot from this city will average about
of Burke is in flames and certain of understand the needs of the human 1 cent less per lb. butterfat. This
destruction. Fire ranges in that body as nature understands them. makes the milk average over $1.50
district are so exhausted that no
The animal body is developed per 100 lbs., the milk averaglug
effective battle against the flames best when
nourished by foods about 3.8 per cent butterfat.
I am also giving you the receipts
can be made. The three hundred which have been little manipulated
residents of the town are in flight by man and machinery. Dairy pro from the dairy of Dave Fitzpatrict,
The negro sol ducts are, as a rule, consumed near a patron of one of the factories, for
diers have done much heroin service ly as nature produced them. This the month of May and June of
from four o’clock Saturday after is particularly true with milk upon this season, the same being fiom 25
noon until early this morning. which the growing body must de cows, mostly grade Jerseys. May,
Forest Ranger Gulaski reports pend. In the case of butter only a 27,622 lbs. milk, 4 per cent test,
to Supervisor Weigle that six of bis small percentage of other products 1104 88 lbs. butterfat, paid at 38
men are dead, five having been are added to the fat ‘ extracted from cents for butterfat, $41989. June
smothered in War Eagle tunnel, the milk. Man only manipulates it 26,675 lbs. milk, test, 4 1 per cent,
where the entire crew took refuge, in order to put it in convenient 1093 67 lbs. butterfat, for which we
Rangir Bell reports twelve dead, shape for use. It can still be term paid 40 cents per lb , making his
three permanently blinded and thir ed a product of nature designed as check $437.46. This
teen with broken legs.
only nature can design for use as average of $34.29 per cow for the
two months, and is the best the
food by the human body.
writer has heard of from a prac
Washington, Aug. 18.— The pop
The National Dairy Union,
tical working dairy.
ulation of Des Moines, la , is 86,368,
E K. Slater, Secy
C abl H i b e r l a c h .
an increase of 24,229 or 39 per cent,
St. Raul, Minn.
as compared with 62,139 '» 1900.
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W h s i 1 » U r s t l o r In < llg < -n ll«u .
The population of Davenport, la.,
France, Aug. 16.— The
Mr. A. Robinson of Drumquin,
is 42,029, an increase of 7774, or
race between the birds
22 1 per cent, as compared with 35,-
254 in 1900. The population of with indigestion, and recommends of nature and of man’s production
Milwaukee is 373,857, au increase Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver took place in the course of the great
of 88,542, or 31 per cent, as com Tablets as “ the best medicine I ever aerial cross country competition,
used.’ ’ I If troubled with indiges and was eaaily won by man.
pared with 285,315 in 1900.
A flock of 47 carrier pigeons was
tion or constipation give them a
t ' l i a u i b e r i m i i ' K C o l i c , ( h n l r a n n t l trial.
They are certain to prove released at Douai yesterday at the
Itln rrh »< -a
R r n u ilj
beneficial. They are easy to take same instant that Leblanc, in his
K lio w n 1« F ull.
Farman biplane, started from the
"I have used Chamberlain’s Colic, and pleasant in effect. Price, 25
mark on his 50-mile flight to
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cents. Samples free at ft. S.
since it was first introduced to ’ the
Raising without a tremor through
public in 1872, and have never
the calm air, the biplane soon out
For County Surveyor.
found one instance where a cure was
distanced the oints, and when Le
not speedily effected by itc use. I \
E H. Kern, hereby announces blanc reached Ameins the flock was
have been a commercial traveler for
eighteen years, and never start out himself as a candidate for County not yet in sight, the first pigeon ar
on a trip without this, my faithful Surveyor for Coos County Oregon, riving six minutes and 20 seconds
friend,’’ says H. N. Nichols of Oak subject to the will of the Republican after Leblaoc. Before the last flock
land, Ind. Ter. For sale by R. 8. voters of said county at the coming
had come in, Legagoeiux, who had
primary. He has been actively en started at the same time as Leblanc,
The youngest child of Mr. and gaged in public work for over a but consumed nine minutes more
Mrs. F. P. Cook of Sixes river, a quarter of a century, in railroad on the trip, arrived, beating the
little girl of some 6 or 8 years, was location and constructive and irriga last pigeon by 12 minutes.
Herbert Latham flew today from
thrown from a horse Sunday after tion and drainage work. If nomin
noon and seriously it not fatally in ated and elected he pledges him Issy lea Molineux, in the suburbs
jured. It seems that the horse ran self to use his entire ability to con of Paris to Ameins, stopping en
into a fence with the little girl and struct and maintain better public route to take lunch with friends at
E H . H ern .
Breteuil. He thereby accomplished
that in falling she was either kick roads.
the last lap in the crces-country
ed or struck a rail making a severe
a distance of about 68 miles,
wound in her forehead and knock
4 > r n n u la t r < l S o n t E x e s C u r e d .
but in the reverse direction.
ing out several teeth. Besides this
“ For twenty years I suffered
her right arm, side and leg is bad
from a bad case of grnulated sore
John D. Rockefeller urges a fus
ly bruised. Dr. Glanville was call-j
eyes, Martin Boyd of Henrietta, Ky.
ion of all religious in one,— a sort
ed and since has been in attendance.
“In February, 1903, a gentleman
of religious trust, on the principle
— Port Orford Tribune.
asked me to try Chamberlain’s of the Standard.
The reason President Diaz goes Salve. I bought one box and used
The famous leaoing tower of Pisa
about two-thirds of it and my eyes
through the formality of an elec
sincing. This proves after all,
have not given me any trouble
tion may be that people enjoy the
ages of bluff cannot equal the
since.’’ This salve is for sale by
lasting advantages of an upright
R. S, Knowlton.
The sculptor who ways John D. |
Rockfeller has a fine head tells
Quick & Curry make the galvan
The public woald perhaps take
nothing new if he means a head for ized screen door; standard sizes on more kindly to that proposed mer
band; spetial sizes made in short ger of all churches if the sugges
order. Also handy, adjustabla win
Subjct for the next debate: Wnich dow screens, ironing boards, sleeve tion Jid’t come from John D. Rock
is more strenious, rakin’ a furnace boards, bread boards, drain boards efeller,
in winter or runnin' a lawn-mower and meat safes.
The defeat of JefferieB, according
in summer time?
Fly Killer and Sprayers at to one of bis trainers, was caused by
alkali water. They have a good
For 8ale— a new second hand Knowltons Drugstore.
bieyrie for sale at half price or trade
Flouncing Embroidery at Robin names for it In the Wesf, l»ut "al
on a buggy, Inquire et this offioe. son ’• store.
kali water** M* nevMbe.
TO BE REBUILT
P er Y ear
Sp eed Programme.
We are in receipt of the “ List of
Premiums of the Seventeenth An
nual Exhibition of the Second
A C A T E G RIND ING
W ATC H ES
C LO C K S
Southern Oregon District Agricul
P O LIS H IN G
JEW ELR Y
tural Society,” which is to be held
S T O N E S E T T IN G
C O M B S ’ ^ - B A R R ET T S
at Roseburg, commencing Tuesday,
September 27th and continue five
M A K IN G
EN G R A V IN C
days. The list comprises a pam
phlet of 70 pages discriptive of
what will doubtless be the largest
exhibit this society has ever given,
and many points of information con
cerning the hundreds of exhibits
and the rules regulating their en
try and the awards ottered prize
winners. Space forbids us copy
ing these, however, we give below
the speed program, whlcfl is a good
R. E.SHINE. Visa Prca
A j . SHERWOOD Pré«.
one which is as follows:
0 . C. SANFORD, A«at. C . i h l t r
L. H. HAZARD. C t i h l . r
W e d n e s d a y , S e p t e m b e r 28
t. Trotting, 2:20 class, 3
in 5.......................................... $300 00
2 Running, half-mile dash 2oo 00
3 Pacing, 2:25 class, 2 in 3 250 00
4 Running, seven-eighth
op CO Ç U IL i I a H, O R H G O fi.
mile dash......................... 200 00
5 Running, half-mile dash
T r a n s a c t s a G e n e r a l B an kin g B u s in e s t
for saddle ponies, ridden
by ladies— $25 to owner
C o rre s p o n d e n t» .
Beard ef Director».
$25 to rider...................... 50 00
R e p a ir
All Work Guaranteed
E. C. B ark er & Co.
FIRST N A T IO N A L B A N K
Mixed race for 2:20
trotters and 2:20pacers.. 30000
mile dash.......................... 200 00
8 Trotting, 2:40 class, 2
in 3..................................... 200 00
9 Trot and pace for no-re
cord horses owned in dis
trict, half mile heats, 2 in
3, driven by amateurs,
silver cup; value.............. 50 00
10 Runniug, one mile dash 250 00
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBR 30.
half-mile heats, 2 in 3... 200 00
12 Running, three-eighth
miledash...... .................. 10000
13 Trotting, 2:15 class, 3
in 5 ................................... 500 00
14 Runniug, halt-mile dash
and repeat........................ 250 00
15 Running, three-eighth
dash for saddle horses 5o 00
National Bank o Commerce, New Y ork Ci
Crocker Woolworth N ’lBank, San Franc!
First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland.
R. O. Dement,
A . J. Sherwood,
L. H. Hazard,
R .E . Shine.
NEW MAC INE SflOP '
M. D. S H E R R A R D , P R O P R IE T O R
Rose Building, Second Street,
- - - -
Are prepared to do all kinds of repairing in ma
chinery—large and small— in a scientific and
Special attention given
to Donkey and Gasoline Engines, Automobiles, etc
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1 .
16 Trotting, 2:30 class, 3
in 5................................... 200
17 Running,Douglas Coun
ty Derby, one and an
eighth miles..................... 300
18 Pacing, 2-year-olds, half
mile heats, 2 in 3 ........... 150
dash, nine-sixteenth of a
THE O. K. BARBERSHOP
Hot and Cold Baths, Hair Cutting and Massag *
ing a Specialty.
00 ^ One o f the
I u t e n s c C o lic k y P a in s R e lie v e d
“ For some years I suffered from *
¡Dtense colicky pains which would
come on at times and from which I
could find no relief,1' says I. S. Ma-
s o d , of Beaver Dam,
Ky. “ Cham
berlain's Colic. Cholera and Dir-
rhoea Remedy was recommended to
me by a friend. After taking a few*
doses of the remedy I was entirely
relieved. That was four years agoi
and there has been no return of the
symptoms since that time.” ThiBis
for sale by R, S. Knowlton.
Splendid span of match coach
horses, also team of heavy draft
horses. Inquire of J. R. Stillwell
or at the H erald office.
F or Sale
Nine year old mare weigh about
one thousand fifty pounds, and a
brand new buggy and single har
ness. Either or all at a bargain. For
further particulars see or write
A. R. Bennett. Grave lford OregoD.
F or Sale.
Myrtle Point home— 7--room
house, three fine lots, $1300. cash
will buy. This is a snap. Thos.
Guerin, Guerin Hotel, Myrtle Point.
C k . l r r . I n l a n f l i r a ( 'u r r < f .
“Something like two years ago
my baby, which was then about a
year old, was taken seriously ill
with cholera infantum, vomiting and
purging profusely, writes J. F.
Dempsey of Dempsey, Ala, I did
what I could to relieve ber but did
her no good, and being very much
al irmed about her went for a phy
sician but failed to find one, so came
back by Rider Bros. & Carter’s
store and Mr. Elder reoommeoded
Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and
Diarroea remedy. I procured a
bottle of it, went home as quickly
as possible and gave the baby a
dose of the remedy. It relieved her
in fifteen minutes and soon eured
her entirely.’’ For sale by K S.
Most Up-to-Date Shops in the City ^
C o q u ille,
O reg o
W . h . Schroeder
C o q u ille ,
Bring me your W atch and
Jew elry repairing. I w ill
treat you right.
Good L in e of W a t c h e s
A l w a y s on Hand
PIONEER MEAT MARKET
Fresh and Salt Meats.
We are headquarters for euerything in the meat line.
wants always receives prompt attention.
COQUILLE VALLEY PACKING CO.