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CöQuflfc City Retail
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Tragic Death of E- W. Dean.
Dean, who was a passenger
T I 1 SI )AY, FEBKURY 17, 19Ö& on E. the W. Areata
from San Francisco,
C u b i s t iam C h u b o h . — Pleaching every
Hunday at 11 a. iu . and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school at 10 a. in. Christian Endeavor at
6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting every Wednss-
pay evening at 7:30. All cordially invited.
Episcopal Church.—Episcopal services
will be held at 8t. James church, (Vjquille
City the third Sunday in each month.
Sunday sohool at 10 a. m. each Sunday.
Win. Horsefall, Pastor.
M E. Church, South: Preaching each
and every Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m. Sunday-school every Sanday at 10
o’clock. Senior Epworth League at 6:30, p.
m. Junior League at ------
3:30,p.m. “ Prayerraeet
* i at 7:80.
. C. Allen, pastor.
M bthodiht E piscopal ' C huboh .—Services
every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday School at 10 o’clook a, m. Junior
League 3:30 p. in. Prayer meeting Thurs
day evening at 7:30 p. m. A special invita
tion is extehded to the public to attend all
W. H. M yhbf , Pastor.
disappeared while she was lying off
the bar yesterday morning, and the
only explanation is that be went
No one witnessed the
tragedy and the circumstance can
only be surmised.
Mr. Dean occu
pied a stateroom with C. Dillman,
He had been
confined to his berth except a short
time spent on dock Monday after
Mr. Dillman had been awake
nearly all night, and about 5 a. m.
he dropped asleep for a short time.
When ho awoke, Mr. Doan was
Search was at once insti
tuted but without avail, and there
is no question but the unfortunate
man met his death as indicated.—
Passed Over the River.
P sissbytkuian C hubch .— Preaching cer
vices 2nd and 4th Sundays, morning ard
evening,* Sunday School every Sanday nt
10 a. m. Christian Endeavor services every
Died at Bandon, February. 10
Sunday at 6:30 p. m., Miss Winnie Half, 1903, B. J. Bretherton, aged about
President. Ladies’ Aid and Missionary
Society moots overy two weeks on Thurs 45 years.
days at 2 p .m . A cordial welcome is ex
Deceased was a native of North
tended to the pnblio to attend all onr ser-
came to this country
A d o l p h H a b s b l y , Pastor
The W. C. T. U. meets every 1st and 3rd
Friday at 3 p.m . at the Christian church.
Preaching eacl* 2nd and 4th Sabboth at
11 a. ra. and 7:30 p. m. You are cordialy
Samuel S. White, Pastor.
Services by the First Baptist Church of
Coouille, at the M. E. Church the second
and fourth Suhdnys in eaoh month at 11 a.
ra. and 7:30 p. ra,
C. D. P biob ,
L O C A L IT E M S .
T h e Emporium ia headquarters
for ladies and gents underwear.
T. W. Clark,
of Bandon, re
turned from a business trip to the
bay on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Nonda Anderson,
o f the lower river, spent several
days in town last week.
early in life, and has been in the
employ of the government for
several years, having served in dif
ferent capacities at diffeient times,
the last being assistant keeper of tbe
light station here.
Death was the result of a compli
cation of ailments.
took place yesterday, Rev. Wm.
Horsfall delivering the discourse.
Interment was made in the Bandon
Mr. Bretherton had acquired a
knowledge of ornithology so that
ho was considered an authority on
Oregon birds and insects.
'H e leaves a wife and threo chil
dren who have the sympathy o f the
community in their hour of sorrow.
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S. C Rogers has lost quitea num
ber of Angora goats by a disease
T. J. Parkins, of Parkersburg,
which baffles the local experts.— had business in town Thursday.
J. H. Lamb, of Fishtrap, had
Foil R e n t .— A fiist-claes dairy business on the lower river one
ranch, three miles North o f town. day last week.
There is a good team o f horses
Mrs. R. E, L . Bedillion, ot the
and wagon, and nine cows go with
the place. Appl to S. S. McAdams, Tupper Houso, Bandon, visited
this place one day last week.
at this place.
Sidney James accompanied by
his sister, Miss Oertrude, went to
the bay last Thursday to take the
H om er for San Francisco.
go to Merced, California, for per
C . V. Allen, o f S a d Francisco,
arrived by the last Areata and pro
ceeded to the lower river whero he
W . H. Hayes, o f Etelka, made
our office a pleasant call on W ed.
nesdav o f last week. H e took ad
vantage of our duhiDg rates with
the Oregonian and Examiner to lay
In his year’s supply of reading
Mrs. Nannio Follows, o f Marsh-
hold, brought her little daughter,
Imogene, over to this place W ed
nesday, the little one having re-
covDredjfrom a spell o f whooping
cough, as well as severe sores on
o f the week from a visit o f several
days with his parents and numer
ous friends at M yrtle Point.
F ifty dollars reward will be paid
to the person who will enuse the
arrest and conviction of anyone
sawing up or in any way using or
appropriating any saw log branded
“ J . C ."
W . C l in t o n .
Elder C. E. Crumley and Rev.
J. B. Crooks are arranging to meet
in joint discussion upon the merits
of the Book of Mormon nnd tho re
spective churches they represent.
The discussion is to take place in
Bandon, and to begin February 25,
if arrangements are completed.—
J. L. Knight, the «took man, re
turned by train Thursday from
Mnrslifirld where he had been to
deliver a band o f cattle, sending
his horses by other parties, he be
ing somewhat tired out.
has been doing quito n good busi
ness this winter.
It seems likely at this time that
the next vessel to be built at tbe
Kruse shipyard will be a fine pas
senger and freight steamer to ply
between this port and San Fran
It is proposed that the boat
shall be built by San Franoisco and
Coos Bay capital, a good proportion
of tbe stock to be owned on tbe
I t is now stated on the
authority o f Capb Colstrup that ar
rangements are practically com
pleted, and the steamer will be con
structed and placed on the route.
She will have a carrying capacity of
about 300,000 feet of lumber, be
sides miscellaneous freight.
will also have accommodations for
about thirty first class passengers.
Thero w ill be plenty of business
for a boat of this kind, and in the
line of passenger travel she is bad
That she is to be con
structed on the Bay is a matter of
congratulation and will give the
people here a feeling of interest in
The Commoner, Mr. Bryan’s pa
per, will be especially interesting
and instructive duriDg the present
session of congress.
The action of
this congress will probably deter
mine the ¡Bene upon which the next
presidential campaig will be fought.
The Commoner proposes to carry
on a campaign of education and or
ganization to the end that Demo
cratic principles may triumph.
In addition to the editorial de
partment, which receives Mr. Bry
an’s personal attention, The Com
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discussion of topics of timely inter
est and other valuable information
w ill be found. The Home Depart
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woman who is widely known as a
writer of household topics and who
is an authority on the art of cooking
in all that the term implies. This
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which is a summary of the world's
news told in narrative style, and
Mr Maupin’s department— Whether
Common or N ot—contains original
anecdotcr nnd wit, moral lessons in
homely phrase nnd verse,nnd appeals
to old and young alike.
a N t 'lc u llllr D lw o r e r r .
Kodol does for tho stomach that
which it is unable to do for* itself,
evon when but slightly disordered
or over-loaded. Kodol supplies the
natural juices of digestion aud does
the work of the stomach, relaxing
the nervous tension, while the in
flamed muscles of that organ nre al
lowed to rest and heal.
gests what you eat and enables the
stomach and digestive organs to
transform all food into rich, red
blood. R. S. Knowlton.
The Commoner as a whole is clean,
entertaining nnd instructive, and its
rapid increase in circulation— now
amounting to 140,000 -is proof of
the paper’s strength and influence.
Arrangements have been made
Bryan where by The
Commoner can be supplied at a
very low rate with the I I r b a l d both
papers for one year for $2.15. This
offer applies to both ne-.v and
renowal subscriptions, and should
be taken advantage of without de
lay. A ll orders should be sent to
the H erald office, Coquille, Or.
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Mr. Merchant Returns-
C. H. Merchant returned on the
Areata, after several months absence
during which he and Mrs. Mer
chant took a trip to the Hawaiian
The trip has done him a
world of good and his friends are
greatly pleased to seo him looking
He says that he enjoyed
his trip to the Islands but would
not care to stay there any great
longth of time, in fact has seen a
good many places that ho didn’t
liko as well as Coos Bay.
stay here threo or four weeks and
then rejoin Mrs. Merchant in San
Are you suffering from rheuma
tism, Weak Back, Nervous trouble
or Generally run-down system?
Use Electric Belts and Batteries.
Far men and women.
Insoles keep the feet warm, and
prevent catching cold. For booklet
and circulars, address,
E l e c t r ic
A p p l ia n c e
C o .,
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So par So Good.
W e don’t sell Klondike gold mines
Mr. Rockefeller is about to give
$7,000,000 toward tho discovery of nor Standard Oil stock but bo far
ns we go, every
serums for stubborn diseases, such
thing we sell is
just as desirble
should be made as rare as smallpox
in its way. Our
and we expect to live to see it
Gloves, Neck wear,
Hats, C o l l a r s ,
The oyster-typhoid scare in Eng
land is reducing tho sales at B ill
Canes, Etc., all
ingsgate many thousand pounds.
bear the imprint
Perhaps if our legislators would
o f quality and the
contract the scare their Billings impress o f style. W e never fail to
gate output might be reduced.
follow the fashions.
An expert electrician predicts
that wireless telegraphy will be
used by future Articjexpeditions to
communicate with civilization and
that before long trans-Atlantic tel
ephony will be an accomplished
FUED SLAGLE Tailor.
Leaves Coquillo City for Myrtle
Point at 7:30 a. m.
Leaves M yrtle Point for Coquille
City at 1 :30 p. m.
H A R V E Y JAM E S,
NOTICE FOB PU B LIC ATIO N .
United States Land Office,
Hoseburg, Oregon, Deo. 23,1902,
Notice ia hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act o f Congress
o f June 3,1878, entitled “ An act for tho sale
of timber lands m the States of California.
Oregon,Nevada and Washington Territory,”
as extended to all the P .blic Land States
by act o f August 4, i 892,
MRS. Z IL P H A NEELY, Widow,
f Fairview. county of Coos. State of
Oregon, has this day tiled in this office her
sworn statement No.4182. for the purchase
o f the NW^C of N W *>4 o f Section No.
21 in Township No. 26 S., Range No.
11 W., and will offer proof to show that the
land sought is more valuable for its timber
or stono than for agricultural purposes, nnd
is lorgeiy in tho hands of profess- to establish her claim to said land before
L. H. Hazard. County Clerk of Coos Co.
onal “ gassers" who work in gangs. Oregon at Coquille on Thursday, tho 5th
day of March, 1903. She names as witness
es: Loe Neely, F. It. Taylor, H, L. Under
N I o |» n Ilio C o u k I i a n il w o r k N o fflin e wood, of Fairview, Oregon, and Willis
Neely, o f CoquillOf Oregon,
C o lli.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
Lavativo Bromo-Qainin© Tablots Care a
ibove-d escribed lands are requested to
colti in ono day. No onto uo pay. Prioe
their claims in this office on or before
said 5th day of MarchJ1903.
J. T. BRIDGES.
Dairy Ranch for Sale-
25 acres choice bottom land on
tho Coquille river 34 miles from
Coquille City, J mile from Jobu-
son b mill. Good bearing orchard,
improvpmeuts all new. Six room
house, good out-houses well built,
convenient barn 42x32- Good well
at the door. F or terms apply at !
the premises or by mail-
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The revolt in Morocco is crushed
and the cables will have fewer odd
The Supremo Court has decided
that “ The ballet is as legitimate a
names tc carry,
subject for illustration
Baron Speck von Sternberg, tho
When tho old
now German Ambassador talks very other."
Diplomacy has, maids in trousers learn ol this the
Supreme Court will learn some
since Bismnrk, been nearly mouthed.
thing to Its advantage.
An exchange says: “The short
Health officer Mingus reports
age iu tho feather supply has forced
down up.” . Yes, and the shortage two cases of smallpox in town.
of tho money supply has forced U. These nre probably the result of the
caso that was not discovered aud
P.(Union Pacific) down.
isolated in time.
John Hay has not done much havo boon taken, and thero will
“ loafing round the throne" Bince he probablv be no more trouble—
has had charge of affairs of state.
Professor Frederick Bedell, of
In California, tree-infesting in
Cornell University, announces that sects are destroyed by the appli
alternating and direct
currents cation of prussic aoid gas.
may be transmitted at one time trees are covered by tents anil the
over a single wire.
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covery in aid of economy.
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state, for the most purt at Oakland. who have been receiving the Press
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course, returned |home to have a it is well worth rending. It will be
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ing June 30, 1002, there were 14,983 read by all parties that it may be
persons appointed from its regist- [ thoroughly understood.
ers. This was 4,C92 more than was
During a sudden and terrible at
ever before appointed in a single
year. Anyone wishing information tack o f croup, our little girl was un
about these positions can secure it conscious from strangulation, says
free by writing for the Civil Horvice A. L . Spafford, postmaster, Chester
announcement of the Columbian Mich., and a dose o f Ono Minute
Correspondence College, Washing Cough Cure wns administered and
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ton, D. C. The Commission will repeated often.
hold examinations to secure young swelling and inflammation, rut the
men ami women for these places mucus and soon the child was rest
during March and April, at Pendle ing easy and speedily recovered. It
ton and Portland. Many people do cures coughs, colds, Ingrippc, and
not know that these appointments all throat and lung troubles.
are made without political influence Minute Cough Cure lingers in the
and that a largo share o f them are throat and chest and enables the
filled by those having only a com lungs to contribute pure, health
mon school education, but such is giving oxygen to the blood.
now the case.
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Mr. Bryan's Paper.
T o C u re a C o ld In O n e Day.
Take Laxative Uronio Quiatno Tablets
Ed Kackloff, the popular Dairy- all drueeiate refund tbe money if it failato
onre E . W Grove’ s signatare is on eaob
ville merchant, returned the last paokage.
Prof. C. II. Nosier, at present
o f M yrtle Point, who is in attend
ance here as a member o f the
board of examiners at the teaohers’
examination, is accompanied by
The ground hog's shadow is the
Mrs. Nosier, who is enjoying a
visit with Mrs. Aaron Wilson.
W A N T E D 5 YO U N G M E N from
Coos county at once to prepare for
positions in the Government ser
vice— Railway Mail Clerks, Letter
Carriers, Custom House and De
partmental Clerks, etc. Apply to
intor-State Corros. Inst.,
Another Steamer For Coes Bay.
NO BAR IN CONNECTION.
NO CHINESE LABOR.
First Street— East End o f Bridge.
R SE BURG-M YRTLE POINT-
Saddle Horses of best quality always on hand. Good R igs in read
ness for special trips. In fact, a general Stage and L ivery business.
Accommodations for Traveling men a speciality.
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Don’t Have Cold Feet
John Peart’s Coal,
Postpaid to any address, 35c
PulHser Puf Win*
N ew York
Delivered by W. H. Mansell to all porta o f town at $
Large scales in Connection.
W eighing 10 oents per load.