Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, June 30, 1914, Image 3

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    Reuben Mnst, Leo Hosford, Hoy
R E. Morton, representing the
I Intertype, the hunky rival of the Avery, Miss Verna Phillips and
linotype composing machine, wns a Miss Wiuuie Hoslord made up a
party which took an autu ride Sun­
! visitor to the burg last week.
Don't get “ crazy with the heat” — day to Brewster valley, returning
Go to Folsom's Coufectiouery ami by way of Myrtle Point.
absorb a cooling drink
The Suuday school Masses of the
Mias -Jennie Sweet of Boudou nod
Mien Harriet Sweet of this city re-
■ turned Friday from a delightful
visit iu Humboldt county.
The OreguD Power Co has com­
menced the construction of its uew
power line to'h e pumping station,
beginning at the east end of Secoud
street.
Misses Verna and Allie Phillips
gave them a surprise party Thurs­
day evening. In the lauguage of
one the participants, they "played
games and had lots of fun.”
Rev. C. H. Bryan went to Bandon
today to assist in the protracted
meetings being held there, and ex­
pects to return next Monday. Rev.
Presbyterian
The Epworth League of the Meth­ McDermott of tin
odist Church has organized a Bible church will occupy Rev. Bryan’s
Study class to meet on Monday pulpit Sunday morning.
eveuings.
Carl Smith, a Marshfield negro is
in jail to await the action of the
next grand jury on a charge of rob­
bing a Marshfield colored woman of
money and jewelry. He was picked
up by Sheriff Gage at the court
Word comes from Marshfield that house, where he was listening to
Major L. D. Kinney has suffered the Miller trial.'
The final score iu the June mem­
another breakdown, and it was ne­
cessary to place him in confinement bership contest in the M. E Ep-
Wortb League between the Reds
yesterday.
Lyons A Jones carry Economy and the Whites was f>5 to 54 in fav­
or o f the Whites. Next month’s
Jars, Clamps and Caps.
One Bert Johnson, who had lodg­ contest will take up some new work
ings in the city jail Thursday night, in addition to the work of last month.
Mrs. Lilquist, formerly M ibs Net­
tie Buunell of Fairvi ew, is here from
her home iu Washington and has
baeu visiting the family of Fred
Barker.
Whenever you get all “bunged” up, remember,
we keep bandages, liniment, salves, and everything
necessary to put you right.
W e especially warn
everybody to be sure that all dressings be antiseptic
to prevent dangerous, death-bringing blood-poisoning.
“ Any old thing” won’t do to dress your wounds. Get
antiseptic dressings from us.
Always have them in
the house.
Come to OUR Drug Store
FUHRMAN’S PHARMACY
THE
REXnLL
Professional Cards
Dr. C. W. ENDIC0TT
D k n t ib t
Office over First National Hank
Phone Main 431
MERELY MENTIONED
Minn Myrtle LuDd has returned
from a visit to San Francisco.
All warm weather drinks will be
found at Folsom’s Confectionery.
The Garten saloon has been
closed up under attachment pro­
ceedings.
List your property with the Pa­
cific Real Estate Co., M. M. Young,
manager.
Mrs S. F. Norton and her sister,
Mrs. Baily made u visit to Marsh­
field today.
The estate of the late F. S. Dow
has been appraisbd at $G800 in mer­
chandise and accounts.
Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Bryan enter­
tained Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Carter, of
Myrtle Point one day last week.
Mrs. Train will sell Folsom’s
Walnut Ice Cream, Loganberry
Juice am) Chicken Sandwiches at
Myrtle Point on the Third and
Fourth of July.
O. J. Sand, representing the Na­
tional Sales Co., ie in this section
with a business proposition for the
merchants, of which more will be
beard later.
SHINGLES FOR SALE — Ent
quire of Geo. T. Moulton, Agen
for the Hammock Shingle Co.
STORE
J. S. Barton started Saturday for
managed to set fire to the bedding
in his apartment, but the blaze was Salem where be will attrnd a meet­
extinguished without much damage. ing of the State Tax Commission
Roseburg is takiDg the prelimin­ which has been called by Governor
ary steps for calling an election to West for this afternoon. He took
subm it the proposition of voting his young son with him and expect-
$300,000 bonds for u railroad t0 j ed to spend the Fourth in Portland,
returning immediately afterward.
Coos Bay.
Mrs, Frank Morse and two chil­
It is reported that M. A Simpson,
The outside mail is now arriving
owner of the Bandon Surf, whose dren have returned from Pasadena,
early in the evening and is some­
plant was destroyed in the recent Cal , where the have speut the last
times distributed by 7 o ’clock.
fire, is making arrangements to in­ eight months. Mrs. Morse and the
Economy Jars at Lyons & Jones.
corporate a company and go ahead boy are much improved in health
C. A. Pursley has returned from fiercer than ever.
and all are feeling fiue. They came
attendance at Columbia College and
Eleven packages Quaker Corn in by way of Myrtle Point, Mr.
is assisting his brother,,F. C. Purs­ Flakes for $1.00 at Lyons A Jones. Morse meeting them at Rock creek
ley, at the Haberdashery.
Captain Bob Jones, who is now with his auto.
Ice Cream at Folsom’s Confection­ skipper of the tug L. Roscoe, run­
Manager Kimball of the Marsh­
ery.
ning out of the SiuslaM, was in town field Fourth of July celebration
Mr. and Mrs. Arneson were here between trains last Thursday, greet­ has been .ending up haloons carry­
from Myrtle Point last Wednesday ing old friends and sizing up the ing orders for transportation of the
and visited Rev. aod Mrs. C. H. material improvements made since finder to and from the celebration.
Bryan.
Last week he was knocked off the
his last yisit.
Eleven Bare Crystal White Soap
“ Clean-up Day” last Friday re­ Christmas tree by a telegram from
for 60c at Lyons A Jones.
Lakeview asking for seventy odd
sulted in the removal of quite a lot
The paving of Front street to the of trash from the business part of dollars for fare from that point, by
.
.....
, the alleged finder of an order,
junction with C street was finished town, ,,
though very little excitement
b
yesterday, and the sidewalk on the was manifested over tho matter.
I T1)e P1,1C® mentioned by our Dora
east side of C is now being laid.
having
been
I d this issue will be found the an­ correspondent as
bought
by
W.
C.
Rose
is
what
was
The Grand is the oulv picture the­ nouncement by E. H. Kern of his
ater in the county using two mach­ candidacy for the office of county formerly known as "the Bill Hill
ines and having no waits between
surveyor. Mr. Kero has been en­ place” aud lies just this side of the
the reels.
Brewster grade
Mr. Rose con­
gaged for many years in civil en­
Miss Flora Shaw, who has been
templates
clearing
and improve­
gineering work and baB been in the
attending the San Jose normal
employ of several of the large rail­ ments on the place and may later
build a summer cottage there, as it
school returned yesterday, haviug
roads of the country, giving him is an ideal place for a summer resi­
come from San Francisco on the R e­
much experience in the line of work dence.
dondo.
' required of a surveyor.
Jesse Haskins tells the Herald
Mrs. C. A. Howard, who has
Josephine Peoples had a narrow that be traveled on the “ slow train
been quite painfully ill with appen­
escape from a serious accident Sun­ from Arkensaw” the other day, be­
dicitis, has recovered from the at­
day on the T bridge. In company ing three hours coming iron. Myrtle
tack and is improving nicely.
with another young girl, she was Point, part of the time being con­
Fourteen Bars Sail Soap for 50c coasting from Spurgeon bill onto sumed in picking up coal for fuel
at Lyons & Jones, the store that
along the track, and further delay
the bridge, when the brake refused
saves you money.
being caused by a cow who persisted
to work and the wheel ran to the in going ahead and getting across
Wm Caodlin, accompanied by side of the bridge. The girl saved
the road.
Mrs. Candlin, is off on a trip to San herself by clinging to the railing,
Francisco and other California while her wheel went off aod fell
points. They expect to be gone about 20 feet. Sbe Buffered no ser­
ious injury.
about two weeks.
WANT COLUMN
RATES: One cent a word, each in­
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents'
Notice tor Cancellation of County Warrants Over Seven Years Old
NOTICE is hereby given that the County Warrants o f Coos County, Oregon, seven years old on or before the first
day o f July. 11114, now in the office o f the County Clerk and not presented for payment will be canceled within 60 days
from the first day o f July, 1914, if not presented for payment within said time; a list o f such warrants is as follows, to-wit:
Class
B
B
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
B
«7
B
705
B
31
C
85
C
242 C
672
B
330
63
824
810
14
311
73
62
58
72
74
825
310
224
209
326
221
205
368
223
988
9
366
378
351
9%
374
365
673
682
305
706
367
352
228
212
T
T
s
T
T
S
T
S
T
S
S
s
s
s
s
s
s
T
s
s
s
T
T
s
Name
J. M. Arthur & Co.
F. B. Barzee
M. W. Bedell
Geo. Conger
W. R. Helm
Jas. Haft
Walter Holden
Chet Morgan
J. McDonald
E D. I’eterson
W. A. Simpson
E. W . Schrock
Fred Taylor,
Thos. Walker
Matt Lahti
R. Nichols
James Stinson
Lewis Jones
Steamer Echo
Date
Oct 6, 1905
Jan 6, 1905
July 9, 1904
Apr 9. 1904
Sept 8, 1904
Oct 6, 1905
Jan 6, 1905
Jan 6, 1905
Jan 6, 1905
Jan 6, 1905
Jan 6, 1905
July 9, 1904
Oct 6, 1905
Jan 6, 1905
July 6, 1906
Jan 4, 1907
Jan 4, 1907
Apr 5, 1907
July 6, 1906
General rund
Apr
Perry Burchman
Apr
Sam Curtus,
July
Arthur Bridges
Apr
Wm. Blackmore
Apr
L. A. Call
July
Manuel Calbo
Apr
Thomas Coppin
Jan
John Curren
Jan
Chas. Daily
July
W . J. Gardner
July
J. L. Hicking
July
E N. Hardwick,
Jan
John Kirvensage
July
C. H. Lewis
July
H. Lopus
Oct
Charles Mulkey
Oct
H. A. Mayfield
Apr
Nels Peterson
Oct
Edw. Riggs
July
Archie Rideout
July
L. W. Shaw
Apr
B. W. Richards
Apr
John Sowinski
July
Roy Van Auken
Jan
Gus. H. Wilson
July
Jacob Ernest
4,
4,
5,
4,
4,
5,
4,
3,
3,
5,
5,
5,
3,
5,
5.
4,
4,
11,
4,
5,
5,
4,
4,
5,
3.
5,
1906
1906
1905
1906
1906
1905
1906
1906
1900
1905
1905
1905
1906
1905
1905
1905
1905
1906
1905
1905
1905
1906
1906
1905
1906
1906
Amount
$81 00
7 00
2 20
13 00
17 50
4 (X)
2 00
39 OO
39 00
5 00
9 00
2 20
2 OO
4 00
8 00
1 00
1 80
2 OO
2 95
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
50
50
00
50
50
50
50
00
20
50
00
50
50
00
50
70
80
90
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
50
50
20
50
00
50
50
1 00
No. Class
Name
449 T
James Goodwill
456 T
J. J. Curren
461
T
Nasichi Taker
466
T
Hardy Nyman
539
T
F. B. Waite
611
T
C. J. Daily
665
T
J. L. Miller
722 T
F. B Hollenbeck
797
T
Andrew Olson
825 T
Andrew Olson
970 T
A. C. Campbell
27
U Andrew Olson
47
U
A. C. Campbell
73
U J. R. Robertson
137
U Chas. 1. Neff
138
U
E. J. Hunter
248
U
Mrs. John Fox
366
U Louis Circle
267
U Harry Benson
268
U Dr. Cavanaugh
284
U Geo. M. Dongal
288
U Tom Miles
295
u Mrs. E. J. Gray
296
D
B. Grav
308
U O. Howard
311
U T. F. Hanschelt
316
U
Lester Gray
, 320 u P. J. Rasmussen
326
u B. F. Cope
330
u Wm. Fields
277
u J. R. Rochon
612
u Frank Peterson
615
u Frank Tx)we
616
u Thos. D. Holland
890
u T. W. Chapman
891
u Geo. W . Murry
906
u Chas. Jones
907 •u
Mrs. Chas. Jones
927
u Luther Pace
932
u Geo. Schaefer
935
u Albert Stemmerman
943
u R. J. Lawson
944
u James Allayne
945
u John Geeson
946
u Chas Norman
959
u W. D. Clark
971
u N. B. Harding
Date
July 5, 1906
July 5, 1906
July 5, .....
July 5, 1906
July 5, 1906
July 5, 1906
July 5, 1906
July 5, 1906
July 5, 19i Hi
July 5, 1906
July 5, 1906
July 5, 1906
July 5, 1906
July 6. 1906
July 6, 1906
July 6, 1906
Oct 3. 1906
Oct 3, 1906
Oct 3, 1906
Oct 3. 1906
Oct 3, 1906
Oct 3, 1906
Oct 3, 1906
Oct 3, 1906
Oct 3, 1906
Oct 3, 1906
Oct 3, 1906
Oct 3, 1906
Oct 3, 1906
Oct 3. 1906
Oct 3, 190)1
Jan 2, 1907
Jan 2, 1907
Jan 2, 1907
Apr 3, 1907
Apr 3, 1907
Apr 3, 1907
Apr 3, 1907
Apr 3, 1907
Apr 3, 1907
Apr 3, 1907
Apr 3, 1907
Apr 3, 1907
Apr 3, 1907
Apr 3, 1907
Apr 3, 1907
Apr 3. 1907
Amount
1 50
1 50
1 20
1 50
5 60
3 00
3 00
3 OO
3 00
8 40
3 00
3 00
4 40
3 00
3 00
2 00
1 50
1 70
1 70
1 70
3 90
3 90
1 50
1 50
1 00
2 50
1 00
1 50
1 00
1 50
1 «)
1 50
1 50
1 5))
1 50
1 50
1 50
1 60
1 40
1 40
1 90
1 50
1 50
1 50
1 50
1 .50
1 70
A SNAP FOR A HOME—Good lot
close in with good new 2 room
cottage and enough lumber to
build addition all for $325. Will
take labor for large part, or
monthly payments. Coquille Real
Estate Co.
6-30tf
100 ACRES in Camas Valley, Ore­
gon, 2 miles from Camas post of­
fice. 15 acres improved, balunce
heavy timber, will cut 7,000,000
to 9,000,000 feet, red fir, yellow
fir, cellar aud sugar pine. White
and red clay, sandstone, coal of
exceptional quality in two places,
well watered creeks, timber aod
coal worth the price asked. $3000.
Thomas Taylor, Dillard, Oregon.
6-23-4tp
S
n
ROYAL
BAKIHG POWDER
Council Receives Wet Peti­
tion Showing Hopeless
Minority
The city council lust night presented
a working model o f a body o f men who
were trying to do their duty as they un­
derstood it.
Coquille will be “ dry” tomorrow.
That is the final word. The wet ele­
ment failed to muster enough support
to overcome the long load of the drys,
and when the opposing petitions had
been carefully relieved o f their padding
the drys had a majority o f 144 names
asking the council not to grant liquor li­
censes, as against the request o f the
wets that licenses be granted until the
November election.
The council was called to order a few
minutes after 8 o'clock, about Ilk) visi­
tors being present, including quite a
number o f ladies. The mayor announced
that the meeting was for the purpose
o f considering a petition presented by
the soloon men, and the matter was ta­
ken up at once. The new petition was
handed in by Chas. Baxter, who stated
that it contained 401 names. The gist
o f the petition was a request that licen­
ses be granted until the November elec­
tion. A supplementary petition from the
drys was handed in by H. O. Anderson.
The council then went into committee
on the whole and retired to the record­
e r’ s office to check up the names.
By
suggestion o f the mayor, each side was
allowed one representative in the room,
and John Leneve was named by the
wets and H. O. Anderson by the drys.
It was after 10 o ’ clock when the work
o f checking up was completed. There
were about 60 names which appeared
on both petitions, and these Were al­
lowed to stand and offset each other.
Then, after the elimination from both
petitions o f all names which in the opin­
ion o f the council had no right to be
there, the drys were found to have a
majority o f 144.
In arriving at these
figures, all names to which the wets ob­
jected were stricken from the dry peti­
tion, while those taken from the other
were eliminated without protest from
the wets. Fifteen names were taken
from the old dry petition and eight from
the new, while 52 were stricken from
the wet. This left 481 dry and 337 wet,
leaving the council in no doubt as to the
preponderance o f sentiment. The grand
total o f 818 signatures accepted seems
still too large, as Recorder Lawrence
expressed the opinion that there are not
over 750 legal voters in the town.
A fter the result was arrived at, the
council went into regular session and a
resolution that no liquor licenses be
granted was passed unanimously.
The council had only five members at
this meeting as the vacancy caused by
the resignatiou o f Geo. Leach has not
been filled.
A b so/irie/y Pure
Th e only Baking Powder made
from Royal G rape Cream ofTartar
NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE
ped by fire or any other iDtiuence.
He was displaying a chunk of gold,
mixed with a little quartz,that ought
to make it au easy matter to secure
capital for further development of
the mine.
Circuit Court
Judge Coke yesterday revoked
the parole of Jack Marsden, and
Marsden will now have to serve out
his term in the penitentiary, which
runs from one to ten years.
He
was under a si nteuce from having
been convicted of assault with a
dangerous weapon, but had been
paroled during good behavior and
under stringent orders of the court
to refrain from intoxicating liquors.
This order he had disobeyed, and
some time ago he tanked up and
indulged in some deadly threats,
with the result that he was locked
up to await the action of the couit.
The jury in the case against Dan
Brovine aud Jack Dempsey, charged
with rioting at Henryville returned
a verdict of acquittal Friday after­
noon, after being out half an hour
The application of Lola B-lieu to
have her marriage with B. E. Be-
lieu annulled, on the giouu I that it
took pla -e within six rn- ntlis of the
An adjourned meeting o f the council
was held Thursday evening, at which
the resignation o f Councilman Leach
was received and accepted, the subject
o f hitching racks was discussed without
action, and the council determined to
improve Hall street from Second to
First without regard to the fate o f the
improvement o f the rest o f the street.
This includes the bridge at the junction
o f Hall and First, which is in a danger­
ous condition and will have to be closed
soon unless something is done to it.
City finances were also discussed.
FOR SALE Some good residence
propertiee near business center;
half down, balance on terms; $G00
and up.
5-12-tf
J J STANLEY.
Judge Coke yesterday imposed a
sentence of five to 40 years impris­
onment on Grove H. Miller, who
was convicted last week of compli­
city in the Myrtle Point bank rob­
bery.
Judge Coke was yesterday hearing
the case of Breuer against Myrtle
Point.
It seems that Breuer was
charged with disorderly conduct,
under a city ordinance, the valid­
ity of which ordinance is questioned.
This was a jurv case, but inasmuch
as the question involved was one of
law, both sides etipulated to trv it
before the judge.
Tbd case of Savage against Cates
is to come up next on demurrer,
and it is expected that a referee will
hi appointed to take testimony.
«H. O. ANDERSON
GET THE
BEST
Swift’s Premium Bacon,
Swift’s Premium Hams, Swift’s Silver Leaf Lard
At All Grocers
Wigwam Burned
Another fire visited Bandon in the
early hours of Sunday morning,
when the “ Wigwam” was destroved.
The Wigwam was a wooden build­
ing situated some distance from the
business part of town and near the
beach, aod contained a dance hall
and refreshment nnd confectionery
stand.
It was owned bv L. Lewin,
whose residence was also in the
building. A dance had been held
there Saturday night, aud it is sup­
posed that the fire started from the
kitchen. The loss is about $2000,
on wbich $1500 insurance was car­
ried.
,
/
J. E. NORTON
D IS TR IB U T O R .
.
C O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N
\
Logan Berries
For Canning
We have contraeted with W.
D. Newton to handle his en­
tire crop of LOGAN Berries.
Fire at Salmon
Mountain Mine
Orville Dodge, who was here yes­
terday, informed the Herald that
he has just received news by phone
of a fire at the Salmon mountain
mine which destroyed the old cook
bouse, blacksmith shop and store
room, together with quite a lot of
supplies, quicksilver, copper plates
etc. Mr. Dodge had received fpw
particulars, ns the message came
from the C. A. Smith Biglow ranch,
three miles from the mine, but his
impression was that three men were
at the mine, Sam McAdams, Forest
Clark and McNair. The fire is sup­
posed to have started from a defec­
tive flue. The officers of the Salmon
Mountain Mining Co. are C. C. Car­
ter, president; Orville Dodge secre­
tary and manager; E. A. Dodge,
treasurer.
Mr. Dodge says that
there are new buildings at the
mine that will enable them to carry
on the work with little interruption,
and they do not propose to he stop-
granting of a divorce to the defend­
ant, was denied. The counter ap­
plication by * lie defendant for a di­
vorce wns also denied. This was a
somewhat uusavory mess, accord­
ing to the testimony. The two were
married in Vancouver, and the hue-
band solicited the wife to bave illicit
relations with other men for hire, to
: which she consented on infrequent
occasions. Judge Coke took the
view that neither wag entitled to re­
lief from the irksome marriage ties.
Bedsteads . . . $3 to $10
S p r in g s ................... $3 to $7
ö Mattresses . .
$ 4 to $15
Willamette Tents
Send us your orders
7 5 c p e r C ra te o f 15 B o x e s
Sweet, Sour and Dill Pickles, Ripe and Green Olives, in Bulk
The Model Grocery
S. M. Nosier & Co.
»
ROOMS AND HOUSEKEEPING
APARTMENTS—Vendome Lodg­
ing House. Everything neat and
Incorporated
clean. Your patronage solicited.
W. E. CLEGHORN AND WIFE, Manufacturers of
The Celebrated Seram ann Shoe
tf
The Strongest and Nearest Water
FOR SALE— One Inte r n a t i o n a 1 Proof shoe made for loggers, miners
Harvester Co. 1,000 lb. auto de­
prospectors and mill men.
livery wagon. A real snap. Al­ 621 Thurman Street
most new. This will make a fine
P ortland . O keoon .
machine for quick delivery or
farm use. See E. W. Steele, Nel­
n p iS G
son Iron Works.
6-16-3t
FOR SALE— Forty acres of good
land. Price $3000. If you want
T
something choice this is it.
In­
And Notice is hereby given that if said warrants are not preaented for payment within 60 days from aaid first day
quire of, or address, with stamp
o f July, 1914. they will be cancelled, and payment thereof will be refused.
for reply, R. A. Easton, Mountain
Dated at the City o f Coquille, Coos County, Oregon, this 12th day o f June, A. D. 1914.
Glade, Sitkum P. O., Coon Co.
JAMES WATSON
Oregon.
4-21-tf
6-23-6t
County Clerk.
377
997
445
DROUTH BEGINS TOMORROW
Coquille
Notion
Store
*
A nnouncem ent
U A V I N G leased the plant of the Co-
quille Mill and Mercantile Com­
pany, the undersigned is now prepared
to fill all orders for any kind of
LUMBER
Especial attention will be paid to the
local demand, and every effort will be
made to supply anything needed at the
shortest possible notice.
Your orders
are solicited.
E. E. JOHNSON
New stock o f LAD IES’
FURNISHING GOODS
and NOTIONS.
Come
see the goods and prices
LESSEE
O pposite C ity H a ll
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