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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1913)
Bert Gould for the winter.
ores, G16.40 ounces from copper ore,
Pioneers at the Fair
SUNDAY S ER V IC E IN
and 208 84 ounces from lead ores.
Miss Belva Pinkston is s'so u •
The meeting of old settlers on
The southwestern couuties of
the Coquille high school
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY
Oregon (Coos, Curry, Douglas, Pioneer Day at the fair was more
Taking up the ninth grade, this be
Among the excellent goods carried
Entered as second class matter May j k
Josephine and Lane). of a success than was anticipated,
ing her first year. She is rnakit g
here is a full line o f the celebrated
8 , 1905. at the poet office at Coquille,
Oregon, under act of Congress of March which form an extension of tne C/ai- considering that the notice was only
Services Sunday at 11 a. m and her home with Mrs H. L. Johusoi .
8, 187 9 . ________________________ _ ifornia gold belt, made a combined given out a few days in advance. 7:30 p. m.
The stork again entered the hon e
Sunday School at 10 a. in.
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
production of $217,565 in gold, and TheSchroeders, Perrys, Hermanns,
Qlen Collier, and presented them
Frank H. Adams, Pastor.
■ - - of $10,343 in silver. Northeastern Panters, Rackliffs, Warners and
with a little son on Friday tbe 19t!i.
Devoted to the material and social
u „w .- rironk many other families who were
.. uille Valley
Mrs. Albee is staying with them anl
upbuilding o f the
. par- , Oregou, comprising Baker, Lroox,
Made in Germany by J. S. Holler & Co.
M. L Chard
ticularly and o f Coos County generally. Grant, Malheur and Wheeler coun among the very first to settle on
looking after the welfare of tbe neo-
Subscription, $1.80 per year in advance
are manufactured from Razor Steel and are first-class in
ties, reported a gold production of this coast prior to i 860, as well as
comer at prosent.
Preaching at 11 a m. and 8 p.
every rest ect The line includes Pocket Knives, from Boys
at : ic to men’s heavy at $1.50; Men’ s and '»adies’
Phone MaiD 354.
Prayer meeting Thursdays
James Hammock’s shingle mill is
Pearl Handle up to $.250; Embroid
During 8 p. m. C. H. B r y a n , Pastor.
contributed $484,041, or 87.6 per 18 5 3, were represented.
ery, Buttonhole, plian
being kept busy, to supply tbe c o t -
the speaking a deserved tribute was
staut demand for shingles, as ti e
The silver production of Oregon paid the characters o f Mrs. Esther
Christian Scieace Society
(From Bandon Surf)
orders keep coming in
The Farmers’ Uui n held tbt r
Services at 1 1 a m next Sunday
made that after a very few years the $35,105, compared 45,221 ounces, Mrs. Lydia Yoakum, who were the
Subject lesson sermon, "Reality.” monthly meeting at Fiahtrap Satur
white cedar tributary to Bandon
Wed nesday evening meeting 8:00 day night after which ice cream at d
will be worked up into ties, lumber 1012 production, 1,941 ouuoes came husbands to this part o f the state
cake was served. James Robinsc n creek mount .iu This will be good
Notice of Sale of Stale Land
and poles and through lack of car from placers, 44,018 ounces from and endure the hardships incident
1 . L Church South
made the cream and it was pro news specially t the residents of
goes the various steamers now ply siliceous oree, 10,555 ounces from
Services next Sunday as usual
Notice is hereby given that the State
the southern portion of the couaty.
Sunday school at to. a m.
ing between this port and San Fran copper oreB, and 567 ounces from Lockhart is still living, but the last
Land Board of the State of Oregon wil*
Work came from North Bend receive sealed bids until 10:00 o ’clock
two named have been dead for some
cisco will be withdrawn from the lead ores.
You are invited to be present.
are all exposed to the munps,having that Grandpa WinBor is getting a. m. October 7, 1913, for »lie following
The copper production increased years. The meeting was distin
run and Bandon will become a dead
described I hiii I b , to-w it:-
C. H. C l e a v e s , Pastor. had the disease break out in school.
along fine and the doctors in charge
and alive village without visible in Oregon from 93,136 pounds, val guished by the presence of L - B. Fe
The BLj of
Three of the children of Sieve Cul eay they will soon have hi» throat and SW Ji of NEJ* of Section 30, T. 228
ued at $11,642 in 1911, to 260,429 ter, who is 86 years old and who
means of support.
8T. JAMES EPISCOPAL.
dialuted to such an extent that he
Prehaps this logic may have been pounds, valued at $42,971, in 1912. was a clerk at the convention that
Services first and third Sundays bertson have it.
The NW 3i of Section 10, T. 28 S. R
James Robison and wife and aunt, can swallow an egg without crack W.
applicable under the old order of All the copper except 6,049 pounds framed the Constitution of Ore o f each month.
The N % , Nhj of SWV4 , K\V ' i of 8W 4i
Mrs. Bartholaraew and Miss Belva ing tbe shell.
things, but the present is a different was derived from ores mined in Jo gon, prepratory to her entry to every Sunday at 10 a. m.
and NE'ij of SKJ^ of Section 30, T.
S R. 11 W.
You are hvaitlly wile a*.'.
Pinkston spent Sunday at Bandon.
age and is pregnnnt with modern sephine County.
Whoopiucough and measles have 30 The
W . A . Border, the
Sfd and 8W> of NEA^ of Section
enterprise and competetive hustle.
The production of lead in Oregon first proprietor of the Myrtle Point
T. 38 S. R. 2 W.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
All bids must he accompanied by a
No sane man oan view our vast in 1912 was 39,317 pounJs, valued hotel was also present. He is now
sister are visiting them from Okla to the fact that nothing has been regularly executed application to pur
Bible school at 10 a m.
traots of virgin timber between this at $1,769 The output came from a in bis 89th year, apparently hale
Christian Endeavor at 7:00 p. m. homa. They contemplate spending done to prevent the spread of either chase and check or draft for at least
one-fifth of the amount of the bid.
Prayer meeting at 8 p. m. each the winter here.
city and the summit of the coast small quantity of lead ore mined in and hearty.
His brother-iu- disease. However each seem to be
The right to reject any or all bids is
range without admitting that with Jackson County and from concen
law, Mr. Burtholnmew, will soon in a mild form and little if any alarm reserved.
In the evening the pioneers met
Applications and bids should lie ad
dependable navigation which the trates shipped from Lane County.
join his wife here, to speud some has been felt by the spread of tbe dressed to G. O. Brown, Clerk State
in a spacious camp meeting tent. p m.
Port Commission promises us, Ban
Board, Salem, Oregon,and marked
S. W . Garthwell, the noted young
You are cordially invited to all
"Application and b.d to purchase state
don will remain for c any years the
orator, opened the meeting with a these services
Robert Culbertson, who had the
only logical shipping point for this
T. B. McDonald, Minister misfortune to lose a hand in one of ed the ir contract for rep tiring the
G. G. Brown,
beautiful tribute to the pioneers,
Clerk Stale Land Board.
vast gift of nature. Likewise, no
The Coos Bay Telephone Co. is from the time that settlement first
the mill on the lower river, is at chooner Ran lolph, according to Dated August 1, 1913.
sane man can view the immense having its troubles over on the Bay. commenced at Plymouth rock, and
home now. He contemplates going their version of the written instru
tracts of productive soil which is After putting up for a long time traced their energetic advance west
Professor Howard and the Herald
now lying idle and unimproved with an execrable seryice between ward to the :artbest point o f land
man struck a job Saturday by drop ucation to fit him for life. We wish don’t see it that way and the dif
without seeing in it possibilities of North Bend and Marshfield, as well in the United States, which is the
FIFT Y SECOND ANNUAL
ping Into H. O. Anderson’ store bim success, us he has tbe sympathy ference of oj inious of these three
thousands of shiploads of dairy and as locally, the North Bend people ground that we of Coos and Curry
meo bids fair to lie taken into the
when that gentleman had just of all.
farm produce which it is capable of have become thoroughly aroused, counties occupy. Elder C C. Crum
courts for final settlement.
reached the verge of nervous pros
producing annually and which will and the city council has notified the ley^then addressed the meeting,
tration through trying to fit u couple
pasB out to northern, southern and company to improve its service at and his fluent and excellent speech
Myrtle Point Pointers
Notice of Final Settlement
of nice nickled uprights on the front
Salem, S ept 29—O c t 4, 1913
foreign ports thru Bandon as the once or lose its franchise. The man was well received.
The speaker of one of the new Waldorf heating
ager of the company makes the old read a letter from Hon. Binger
Mrs. Dr. White and two chil Inn dersigned has filed his final report as
A W h ole W eek o f Pleasure
stoves be had just received. It
Add to these the no small items excuse of the alleged impossibility Herman to Orville Dodge, written
took her departure for her heme in administrator o f the estate o f Wm.
speaks well for the genuineness of
Hutchinson, deceased, in the County
of coal, building stone, brick, terra of keeping sufficient skilled help, in answer to an invitation to be
Mr. Anderson's religion that his lan Klamath Falls on the auto stage Court o f the State o f Oregon tor Coos
cotta and our fisheries products. but those who know the treatment present at the reunion, in which
the 17 inst. She was accompanied County, and that the Judge o f said
guage was still on the mild order.
has made an order fixing the day
Each of these last named items is of that has been acoorded the girls in the writer expressed regret that it
by be father Mr. R C. Dement as Court
for hearing objections thereto on the
But after tbe above meutioDed edu
si fficent importance to entitle them the past and the miserly course of would be impossible for bim to at
far as Roseburg, from there he pro first Monday o f November, 1913, at 10
cational and journalistic intellects
’clock in the forenoon of said day, at
to an entire volume. Millions of the company in the matter of wages tend on account of the pressure 0 *
ceeded to his property near Port o his
office in the Court house o f said
brought themselveB to bear on the
tons of coal are lying ready for the wax Bomewhat indignant. It seems other duties and referred feelingly
County, at Coquille, Oregon.
problem it wasn’t more than three-
W. R. P anter ,
Offered in Premiums on Agricultural,
pick of the miner and this in itself likely that the company will hear to the old pioneers of this section,
A number of tbe friends of Mr.
Administrator o f the estate o f Wm.
quarters of an hour until it was
Livestock, Poultry, Textile and
is sufficient to keep up a brisk traffic from other parts of the county particularly mentioning Capt. Har
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solved, with the pedagogue scoring
for the next 200 years. Vast depos which have submitted about long rts.Cris Lehnherr, Henry Schroeder,
surprise party on the 18th.
the one hundred per cent.
its of first-class building stone lie enough to being imposed upon.
William Volkmar, R- Y. Phillips,
Nystowns leave very soon for thiir
nntooohed in the upper reaches of
Henry Haines, Old Man Rhoda
new home in Cal.
Notice is hereby given that the under
the coast range inviting the quarry-
John Hill, Ornt Grant, Conrad
W a s Iron Horse
Mr. and Mrs Bnr Dement made signed that Frank L. Lowe, has been duly Horse Races, Shooting Tournament
man to partake of immense profits
administrator o f the estate of Fireworks, Band Coocert, Eugenics
Miller and Old Man Rowland.
With the perfection of experi a trip to Gold Bench tbe past we< k
David J.Lowe,deceased,and that letters
when the time of cheap transporta
Orville Dodge* of Myrtle Point,
Alter the speaking, the pioneers ments now going on in California,
Exposition, Children’s Playground
Mrs. Pearl Pres^y was awarded o f administration have been duly issued
Almost adjoining was in town Saturday and took is visited with each other and interest that state will give the world another
to him outof the County Court o f the state and other Free Attractions, includ
Bandon is a proven deposit of p ot sue with the Herald man on the ing reminiscences were indulged in. luscious fruit— the dried cantaloupe. thirteen premium« at the fair, eight o f Oregon, in and for the County o f Coos, i ing Boyd and Ogle's One Ring
Now therefore, all persons having i
of which were fir ts. on her needle
ter's clay which will employ a thou statement that a locomotive was
claims against said estate are hereby Circus. Free Camp Grounds. You
The Herald is glad to note that They will turn into profit some of
work. The lady is certainly an <x- notified to present the same with proper
sand workman for the next fifty used to haul the cars on the old it was arranged to have an annual the million« of small cantaloupes
vouchers, duly verified as by law re
years and which will furnish more Isthmus Transit railroad from Coal- meeting at the fair grounds each left in the field every year. Thomas pert in embroidery and hand sewing. quired, within six months form the date !
Mr. and Mrs. Len Braden and herefof, at the office o f James T. Hall,
cargoes than the lumber industry edo to Utter City. His recollection year in the future.
The sons and D. McCall, of El Centro accident
11 F.ldorado Block, Marshfield, Coos j
ever did. Add to this the gold and is that mules were first used, and daughters of those who establish ally discovered the fine vualities of three children returned to the'r Counto Oregon.
Send for Premium List and Entry
Frank L. Lowe,
platinum mining proposition which that the locomotive was of later homes in what was then a wilder- the dried cantaloupe. McCall bad
Blanks. Reduced rates on all
Administrator of the estate o f David
Whooping cough is quite preval J. Lowe, deceased.
will, under favorable conditions date. This shows the difficulty of nes should do everything in their dumped a great heap of canteloupes
railroads. For particulars
when a reliable saving process isf arriving at the real facts in some power to provide for the meetings to one side, several of them break ent. There were a number of cases
Notice of Hearitg of Final Account
discovered, employ thousands o cases after the passage of years. As so that the few aged survivors of ing open. These dried and threw at the Advent camp meeting which
men and incidentally stimulate the pointed out by the Coos Bay News, those pioneer times may have the off such a fine aroma that Mr. Mc helped to spread it.
FRANK MEREDITH, Sec.
Notice is hereby given that the un
freight and passenger traffic.
the first road across the isthmus great pleasure which the meeting Call was attracted and tasted them
Mr. Cook is having the lot graded dersigned has filed his final report as
o f the Estate o f Moses A.
However, to attain the millenium was the tramway put in by Qilbbert gives them.
They were excellent, and now can on the corner of 3rd and Spruce, on Executor
Welch, in the County Court o f Coos
our section must develop; and in Hall. On this the cars were Tun by
taloupe growers are drying all of which he intends moving his pool County, State o f Oregon, and that the
Big Smith Mortgage
Hon. John F. Hall, Judge o f said court,
order to develop we must have ad mule power. When Utter & Ojeda
their small melons. The dried var room buildiDg from tbe opposite has
fixed Monday, the 3rd day o f No
equate laDd and water transporta put in the railroad to haul coal from
at 10 o ’ clock a. m. o f said day
iety is said to have a much finer
office in Coquille, Oregon, as the
tion. How to obtain this is a ques the mine, extending it to Utter City,
flavor than the fresh fruit.
time and place for hearing objections
by the C. A. Smith interests to an
tion. Shall we sit idly by as many a locomotive was used.
to said final report.
G eo . C. W elch ,
of our old settlers have done, and Sengstacken, who had a store at
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Fishtrap and Vicinity
Executor o f the Estate o f Moses
wait with folded hands for working Utter City during the Utter activ on lands in Coos, Curry, Lane, Lin
CURRY COUNTY CULLINGS
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out of life's problems thru the aid ity, and who was here yesterday, coln and Linn counties in Oregon,
The Ladies Aid of this place met
of divine Providenc, or shall we tear corroborates the Herald's recollec and is several California counties, is at the home of Mrs. Henninger last
(From the Port Orford Tribune)
Notice of Sal; of Tide Lsnds
into the situation and take a fall tions that no mules could have been going the rounds for record iD Wednesday, for the purpose of pre
Judge Coke on application of R
out of the obstacles which naturally used on the lower end of the line
paring apple and piunes for drying, L. Macleay, issued injunctions
obstruct the path to success and unless they could walk the ties of strenuous work on the part of and canning prunes.
Board o f the State o f Oregon will
against several parties, restraining Land
bidder at its office in
finally arrive by the short cut at across the bridges—and such gifted
The new bride and groom, Mr. them from trespassing on his lands, the Capitol Building at Salem, Oregon"
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the goal which spells victory? By quadrupeds were not common in
at 10:00 o'clock
Have you paid the printer.
and Mrs. Elton Stevens (nee Miss oi interfering with bis fishing rights
A. M., on said day, all the State’s inter
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rational concerted action we can those days.
Merle P"dabmigh) departed fo their on Rogue river.
est in the tide and overflow lands here
make the old order o f things look
School House Burned
inafter described, giving, however, to
home at Alsea, Oregon, last Wed
the owner or owners o f any lands abut
No Way Out ef It.
like thirty cents at a white cedar
nesday, by private auto to Roseburg.
ting or fronting on such tide and over
"W e are worried about Jolla, She
The school house in District No. T. Walker took them ouf. The best hunt on Bald Mountain with his flow lands, the preference right to pur
carnival, and we think there is now
got out o f n sickbed to Ro to the
chase said tide and overflow lands at
55,was destroyed Friday by a fire wishse of a host of friends of both
Le a ve
enough enterprising twentieth cen matinee."
land, was so overdone by bis suc the highest price offered, provided such
tury boosters in Bandon to dig
"How could she?"
bride and groom go with them to cessful hunt and violent exercise offer is made in good faith, and also pro
y o u r c a ll ^ i t h
viding that the land will not be sold for,
This word their new home.
“ She had to go; she bad a ticket” — timber fire near by.
right into the middle of the situa
that he has since been confined to nor any offer therefor accepted, o f less
tion and stir things up a bit. Come
$7.50 per acre, the Board reserv-
.«• f li v v i
Big Ben, he’ ll call you
Mr. and Mrs Taylor of this place bed, but is now convalescent, though than
ig the right to reject any and all bids.
Shelton, who was in town on busi
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onl Let's start something!
Said lands are situate in Coos County, on the dot at any time
have been enjoying s visit from a unable to run the press—except by
ness Saturday. I t ia said that Her
Oregon and described as follows, to-wit:
The Light Plant
a sister-in-law, from Crater Lake; proxy.
Beginning at a point on the section you say.
bert Armstrong, of the Menasha
Oregon Metal Production
also Mrs. Irvin of Coquille has been
P. Langdell and Chus. Gherman line, 132 feet east o f meander corner at
The Oregon Power Co. is getting Woodenware O). and Southern Or
highwater, on left bank o f Isthmus
And if you roll over and
visiting them. They all went down were in town several days ago on Slough, on line between Sections 11 and
The value of the mine output of the new plant into shape to .assume egon Co. set out a fire on some of
“ just-one-m ore-nap,'*
to Bandon Sunday last to enjoy tbe business matters The latter gen 14, T. 26 S.R. 13 W o f W. M. Thence.
gold, silver, copper, and lead, in tbn ligbing load as fast as possible land which has recently been logged
repeat his call 30 sec
S.12*15‘E. 127 feet along high water
day on the beach.
tleman is a late arrival from tbe ea«t S.34*10’ E. 1 3 7 ............................... ”
Oregon, in 1912, according
to A new generator, weighing 3^ tons over by Aason Brothers, and that
onds later and keep on call
Mr LaRub, who recently traded and will be associated with Mr
Charles O. Yale, of the United States has been brought over from Marsh this fire reached tbe school bouse
you’ re wide
S. 5"29’E.1755 .................................. more ing
The The fire was discovered about two his property at Bandon, to Mr. Langdell in the development of the or less to south boundary o f I.ot 7. See. awake.
Geological Survey, was $849,886, field and is being tried out.
14. East 10 feet to low water on left
against $609,016 in 1911 The total old plant ie being kept going every p. m. by Dave Perkins, on the Fav Cleghorn for LI« 40 acre place here, old "Peck" placer mine near Six*-«. j hank o f slough. Thence N. 5”22'W.
Rig Ben stand* 7 inche* tall—
1755 feet along low water line, thence N.
yield of gold was $770,041, an in night, as well as the new, and this orite, who gave the alarm by blow
He’ s heavy, massive, handsome.
Mr. LaRue will Wells place, and expect to purchase
crease of $136,634 over the 1911 habit the light seems to have de ing the whistle. Home men moving week or so ago.
thence N. 27°30'W. 127 feet along low He’ s got a great, big dial you can
logging machinery for the Aasona, remain in Bandos for the winter, tbe Doc West place in the rear fu water line, thence N. 1° W. 125 feet easily read in the dim morning
production. Of the gold output, veloped of winking at you once in
low water line more or less to light, a sunny deep toned voice
ture, which will give them a tract
$580,945came from placers There while is caused by the switching and some others in the neighbor where he is employed.
| line between sections 11 and 14, thence
Mr. Geo. Northrup hss sold his of over 800 acres ef gold-bearor g j West 63 feet more or less along said you’ II hear distinctly on your sleep
was an increase in production from from one source of power lo the hood, responded, but it was impos
! section line to place o f begining, and iest mornings.
hydraulic mining of $38,131, but other. A full double set of machin sible to save the building Fortun place here to Frank Burkholder ground. They say thkt it is their \ containing .95 acres o f tide land front-
I’ ve placed him in the window.
ing on Lots 7 & 8, Section 14, T. 26
there was a small decrease in the ery will be installed in the new lo- ately tbe term of school had ended
Look at him whenever vou go by
yield from drift and surface mines, cation, so a breakdown of anv kind tbe day before and the books of the fully decided ss to where he will as soon as pos-lb'e, and that in the
Applications and bids should be ad
near future they will have a large dressed to G. G. Brown, Clerk State
About 50 per cent of the placer gold will not interrupt tbe service, and pupils had been removed.
The locate yet.
Land Board. Salem, Oregon, and mark
recovered came from mines in Jose- every effort is apparently being building was an old one built by
Miss Hazel Raffabaugh has again crew ° t mtn R* work.
ed ‘ ‘ Application and bid to purchase
tide land. ”
phine and Jackson counties. The made to avoid any cause for corn- Pate Lowe many years ago, and I resumed her high school studies in i
G. G. Brown,
(From the Gold Beach Globe)
gold recovered from' deep mines plaint. Tbe people of Coquille and Mr. Shelton estimates its value at the Cequiile school, having taken
Clerk State Land Board.
amounted to 28,103.21 fine ounces, Myrtle Point no doubt appreciate $100 to $125. Forty dollars had ' up the Uth grade. She is at pres-
Road Supervisor Turner and
The Jew eler
valued at $580,945, of which 27,277 - the spirit in which the corporation beemspeot by the district last spring sent riding to ami from school but Walker each have a crew of men
in fixing it up.
97 ounces »as derived from silicious ^is entering nn its work here
j whl later make her home with Mrs. ^ and team* at work on the Myers I Have you paid the printer?
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