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Wards the sen, us, with mighty cable
attached, she drag* after her the
J. Curtis Snook, 0. D. S. Coos Bay Has Charms to Soothe Mer schooner James A. Garfield, haavily
freighted with the products of our
chant and Artist.
Office ovor Johnson, Dean & Co’s
own mills for distant markets. The
market. Coquille, Oregon.
Marsh-eld. Or., Sept 10.— (To the buzz of saws, the whirr of machin
E d ito r.)--I have been impressed by ery, the noise of escaping steam a
tin« beauty and natural wealth of Mcoro of engines din upon the ear.
Geo. Russell, M. D.
Coos County, as it appears to me As a background aud oncircling it
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON-
on this, my first visit From the all, tbe hills are seen through the
little« up sta ir« in M A ItT IN B U IL D IN G . western boundary to tho coast line, mellow atmosphere,
C al's prom ptly answered day or night.
streams nre lined with a thick growth 1 omeralb isles floating in a crystal
Niiiht cull will !>« answered from Mrs, of timber, including a vast amount sen. This is a picture of life and
Wickham’« Boarding Honse.
of myrtle trees unexcelled for tliore beauty that cannot fail to jnpress
Phono, main 11141.
size and symmetry. Rich stock and the observer. In it is seen the dawn
dairy farms, adorned with comforta tho dawn of a greater day for
G. 0. Holden,
ble dwellings, with huge well-filled greater Oregon.
B. F. Mulkey.—
barns, are soon from the very head Oregonian
L a w y e r .
waters to the mouths of streams. The
Justice ot the Peace. City Recorder. meadows are green throughout the
Against Women Stenographers.
Commissioner Summer. The vegetation from river
to hilltop is of a rich dark green,
The Northwestern Railway’s de
General Insuance Agent.
aud its profusion reminds one of cision that none of the women sten
the tropics. The hills and valleys ographers in its service will be al
Office in Robinson Building.
never reflect a glaring sunlight, and lowed to qualify for promotion or
on the brightest days one looks with be eligible for its pension list has
wideopen eyes upon a landscnlpe naturally created a stir among
subduod by the shadows everpres women workers in
ent in the angles and coves of the women stenographers in particular.
hills, aud the restful elfects of the The company explains its action on
A t t o r n e y - a* L a w - .
foliage of darkest " ’•con.
tbe ground that “ a women stenog
(J o g u iL L ii C i t y , C oos C o u n t y , O r k o o n .
Tlie people are prosperous. Wa rapher can never bo anything else.”
ges paid for labors are good. The
farms are small aud belong to the
John F. H all,
many, and the varied products of
farm are bringing good prices. The
A t t o r n e y . a,t - i_,a/w, stores are capacious, well equiped
M A llS H F IE L D , O llE G O N .
and heavily stocked. Myrtle Point,
Coquille and Marshfield all enjoy
D ea ler in U«AI> E state o f all kinds.
an enormous trade, an in turn sup
ply n good shipping point for
'• J . E. H A YN E S .
tho product of forest P.nd fields.
has its creamery,
Hudson & Haynes,
gathered by the boats p ilin g
Mining and Real Estate Agegts the numerous rivers nnd bayous.
E ckley, C arry County, Oregon.
Sawmills are seen here and there in
A V E valuable Mmes, Farm s, Stock
Ranches and T im b er Lands for sale. the the interior and on the bay, and
the arterier and streams leading far
House and fi acres o f land w e ll im proved back into the hills afford natural
W ilbur, D o o g lM county, O r., for sale
esobiBRi for property m llyrtlo • oim highways along which logs aro
transported to the mills.
R ig h t
in t o
th e S u b je c t-
The 1003 season will bo the great
est bicycle season ever known. The
finest equipped and most up-to-date
wheels that Coquillo riders ever laid
their eyes on will be kept in stock
lit right prices, and if you want one
Wo want your trade, and we are
entitled to it, because we have
good goods, right prices, anil can
serve yon well. You don’t expect
anv more, but you want that much,
The coal mines are worthy of
special mention. I had not realized
tliut a single coal mine in oar own
state has been netting its owners
$100,001) a year; that another mine
has just been developed at an ex
pense of $1,000,000, bringing within
reach 5,000,000 tons of coal is being
shipped from Coos County to vari-
ports of tho United States; that peo
ple in this section use for fuel coal
stone coal, mined from the hills of
Coos County and bought at Sf4 a
Coos County is resting upon a
thick vein of coal, a fact patent to
those who have seen tho results of
of numerous experiments at vnrious
points. This fact of nature is sup-
plcmctary to another greater fact-
namelv, that Coos Bay is a good,
safe and convenient harbor, admit
ting vessels ID feet of water.
a harbor which, at a moderate cost,
ern he deepeud, tho channel condi
tions being such that whatever im
provements are made will bo per
manent, These facts have been as
To be brief, try us and our goods, certained by surveys made by G ov
and our way of treating you, aud if ernment engineers, their report be
you like us try us again. W e want ing now on file.
your business. Enough said.
A glance at a map of the West
ern coast of America shows that on
ly in three or four places 1500 miles
C focs IBa.37-
of const line are there indentations
in the rude mountain wall where
vessels can find safe haven. After
San Francisco, the mouth of the
C. W. PATERSON. Prop.
Columbia and Puget Sound, Coos
Manufacturer o f M arble Monamenta, Hen 1-
Bay harranks in importance. These
stonos. Tablets, etc.
cem etery lots enclosed w ith stone coping harbor openings are or will be ter
or cu rbing. Iron railin gs furnished to o r minal points for transcontinental
der. Correspondence solicited from parties railway lines, where fleets of ships
in g Ili
country y '.»I
ulivi towns who
may wish a n y th in g in my lin e o f business will lie ready to carry the products
VÍ vasfTLfiwT u
O beo of the empire behind the mountains
and return with tho goods of far
T o tine TD n t o r t n a n a t e countries. Coos Bay will become
the home of n large city. Nature
lias decreed it. Though her soil
Dr. Gibbon were
of granate, yet would she be
T h is o ld r e lia b le ana
most su ccessfu l spec- tbe firm support of a commercial city
l ia list in San Frntcis- where ship and rail meet, forming
I co, s till contin u es to an uobroken higlnv v between New
[ enre n il S exu n ’ and
York and the Orient. With inex
S era in n l Diseases,
|such as Gonorrhes- haustible coal fields adjacent, a con
|G 1 e e t, S t r , o t n re,
venient harbor stretching away
R S y p h ilis, in a ll it
Inform s, Skin Diseases. across the bar to the deep sea, Coos
^ N e r v o u s D eb ility . Bay wiil become one of Oregon’s
Im potency , Seminal Weakness and Loss o f
M anhood, the consequence o f self-abnse centers of commerce and manufac
and excesses producing the fo llow in g sympa ture.
F is h B ro s
Marble ¡nil Slone Works
toms: Sallow countenance, dark spots un
der the eyes, pain in the head, rin gin g in
the ears, loss o f confidence, tliifidenee. in
approaching strangers, paipatation o f the
heart, weakness o f th e lim bs and back, loss
o f m em ory, pim ples on the face, conghs-
consum ntion e tc.
DU. G IB B O N has practised in San Fran
cisco o ver 3 yonrsan .1 those troubled should
not fa il to cousnlt him and receive the ben
efit o f his great ski! I an d experience. The
doctor our s when other:: fa il.
T ry him.
C O R E S G U A R A N T E E D . Penm ns cored
at hom e.
Charges reasonable. Call or
D r .J . F. G IB B O N ,
25 Kearney street, San Francisco,
D R . J . F . G IB B O N ,
«25 K r ir n e v s t r jjt . S.tn F r iuoiaoo
'Send model, sketch or photo of inventa n fo rj
For free book.
1 freer« port on patentability.
1 How to Secure'
1 Patenta and
COQUILLE CITY, OREGON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1903.
L e t ’s
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' O pposite U. S. P a ten t O ffic e ?
WASHiNGTpN. D. O.^ I
That certainly is not true in
other lines of business, however it
may be in railroad rervice. Women
who began as stenographers in law
and commercial bouses and in the
service of city, state and Nation
are filliug higher positions, with
broader and more responfeiqle dut
ies, in large numbers.
come private secretaries, clerks in
charge of correspondence, court
stenographers and librarians.
a few of thorn conduct independ
ent businesses, with staffs of sten
ographers aud typewriters whom
they furnish to do work on call,
ami make net incomes of $4000 to
$7000 a year.
I t is a fact of current interest
that while in some other callings—
notably that of school teaching—
women arc paid much less than
men for the same sorvice, the
woman stenographer is paid as well
and sometimes better than a man
stenographer. I f she is expert and
has general aptitude for business,
apart from her stenography, she
often receives from $1200 to $2500
a year; as a court reporter one of
them at least in this city is known
to be paid tbe last Darned sum.
The Northwestern Railway’s curi
ous ruling is a belated expression
of the old prejudice against the in
dustrial equality of woman, which
is nevertheless almost extinct.—
New York World.
Rich Gold Deposits Found in River
Jacksonville, Or., Sept. 11—As
the result of construction of a dajn
across R ogue river near here to
conserve water for power purposes
a fabulously rich deposit of placer
gold has been discovered in tho
bed of the stream.
It is estimated
that $250,000 is in sight,
Alexander Orme, foreman of dam
construction, was the fiuder of the
gold bearing gravel.
out $100 worth in two and a half
hours, but as soou as the fact that
gold existed in the bar became
known the power company refused
to allow further mining operations.
Extensive preparations are being
made to work the property.
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Sir Thomas Lipton says that
boats of the Shamrock type are dan
For Mercy's Sake.
A movement to establish a re.
treat in this city for homeless con
sumptives is, it is said, about to he
Sucli a project is
well worthy the consideration of a
generous and humane people. The
object, so far as it has been defined,
is not to treat consumptives in the
incipient stages with the hope of re-
storing them to health,
furnish the pitiable victims of this
wasting malady who are homeless
and who have reached the in
curable stage with a cheerful, quiet
in which to
spend the short allotment of time
that is left to them.
The number of sufferers who
need a retreat of this kind in this
community is not large.
home would be sufficient to accom
modate them, and at present there
is literally no place where they can
go and receive the caro that their
in discovering and disclosing the
nature of consumption, has made
where; whether ns patients in hos
pitals and sanitariums or visitors at
health resorts they arc undesirable
if not forbidden guests.
Sensitive, weak, fading, without
hope of recovery, sufferers from
this disease have a strong claim up
on huiran sympathy, especially so
when they must find shelter where
they can, unaided, and are depriv
ed by circumstances of tbe care and
nourishment upon which such com
fort ns may still attend them de
The time will come when no
community can call itself civilized
and allow the victims of this piti
fully lingering disease to drag out
their last days in dark, unsuitable
perhaps noisome lodgings,
cause, either for pecuniary reasons
or from the fact that they are
shunned as infectious, they must
fake any room that they can get.
I f this matter is properly brought
before the public, with a feasible
plan upon which to work, there is
no doubt but tho financial aid nec
essary to establish and maintain a
suitable retreat of a few rooms for
this class of sufferers can be secured.
It may be hoped, in the name of
common humanity, which includes
public safety, that the movement
will take practical shape and be
pushed to a successful issue.--Ore
National Fraternal Congress.
Milwaukee, W is.,—The national
fraternal congress, representing fiO
doing business in all parts of the
country, met in seventeenth an
nual session with a good attendance
The annual reports
of President Joseph A. Longfill of
Pittsburg, Secretary M. W . Saek-
ett of Meadville, Pa., and of various
other officers and committees, show
that since the last sossion of the
congress much substantial progress
for the fraternal boneficiary sys
tem has been mnde.
nounced that the examination of
the departments of the homo state
would be accepted by them; legis
lation, exempting the reserve fund
of fraternal orders from taxation
has been secured in three states,
proposed laws detrimental to the
interests o f the fraternal compan
ies have been defeated, and pro.
gress along many other lines has
N O . 10.
t I le in il rii it l> l r H r c u r t l.
has a remarkable record. It has
been in use for over thirty years,
during which time mnuy million
bottles have been sold and used.
It has loug been the standard and
main reliance ¡ d the treatment of
croup iu thousands o f homes, yet
duriug all this time no case has
ever beeD reported to the manufac
turers in which it failed to effect a M AN U FAC TU R E R S
cure. When giveD as soon as the
child becomes hoarse or even as
soon as tho croupy cough appears,
it will prevent the attack. It is ples-
ant to take, many children like it.
It contains no opium or other
harmful substance and may be g iv
en as confidently to a baby as to un
adult. For sale by R. S. K nowlton .
and BOX FACTORY
J- 6 -
The Oregon State Mining Assoc
iation was organized at Portland in
the Mining Exchange rooms, Cham
ber of Commerce Monday, under
the most favorable auspices.
purposes of the organization are to
afford the miuing men of Oregon
au opportunity to consult with oach
other and exchange views on mat
ters pertaining generally to mining
interests in this section.
Wickham, of Galice, Oregon, is
president, and A. L. Morrison, of
Portland, is secretary.
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A lN irjc n tiv c P le a s u r e .
I f you ever took D eW itt’s Little
Early Risers for biliousness or con
stipation you know what a purga
tive pleasure is.
These famous lit
tle pills cleanse the liver ond rid
tho system of all bile without pro
ducing unpleasant effects.
do not gripe, sicken or weaken, but
give tone and strength to the tis
sues and organs involved.
Howell, of Houston, Tex., says,
“ No better pill can be used than
Little Early Risers for constipation
sick headache, etc.” Sold by R. S.
F is h
A Son s, P ro p s -
of Butter Boxes, Cubes, Apple and Fruit Boxes,
Cabinets, Tables, Counters, Store Fronts, etc.
Turning Work a Specialty.
All Orders given
P. E. Drone
3Ce©p c o n s a a t l y
H a n d P resh . M eat,
o f -¿Vli H i n d s .
C a n n e d B e e f a n d P ic k le d P o rk .
Cash Paid for Hides in any Quantity
T h e la t e s t in
at M r s , C, I«. M o o n ’s
You will find the latest in spring and summer Millinery
at my store.
Dress Trimming and Fancy Goods in General.
ing done to order.
] V I i* s . C . T V I o o n
The Southern Oregon Stats N o r
mal School begins this year’s work
September i6tb. A large working
Sanderson Building near the Wharf.
library has been added; the physi
cal and chemical laboratory has
been fully equipped; a new gym-
nasinui building is being erected,
and a large ami handsome school
huildiug is nearing completion.
Tho school grounds are beautiful
and picturesque. Tbe health condi
tions are of tho best; the social en
vironment is pure and stimulating;
the course of study has been
strengthened and made more prac
tical. The faculty has been in
creased in number and tho school
is now equipped to do work of the
highest order. This school belongs
to S nit horn Oregon.
and merits the patronage o f the This school, which has boon iu successful operation during eight months
of tho past school year, w ill open its Second Annnal
people of this great section. For
Session Monday, October 5, and continue for Eight
B enjamin F M ulkey , President,
Ashland, Oregon, The Follow ing Courses are Offered:
NO RM AL,
H IG H SCHOOL,
C O M M ERC IAL,
Notice is hereby given that by
A reasonable reduction will be made to students desiring to take
mulnnl conse t the co-partnership
existing betvveou W. H Youug aud a mixed Course.
W ill Albee, is dissolved, and all
Special inducements will be given to a limited number of teachers
persons knowiug themselves to bo
Certificates and taking tho Normal Course.
indebted to the firm are requested
Circulars with full Courses of Study issued soon.
to come forward nnd settle at once.
manufacturing particulars call on or address
shingles will be continued by Mr.
0OOS QOUNTY j\CADEMY
I l l s L ie S u e d l i r C l n m t i r r -
I hih * m C o l ic . C l i o l r r n .
m ill n i i i r r l m r n
R e m e a ly .
“ B. L. Ryer, a well known coop
er of this town, says he believes
Patti has bequeathed her larynx
Turkey wasn’t guilty, but most Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholern and
to the museum of tno Royal C o l editors meant it just tho same and Diarrhoe Remedy saved bis life last
lege of Surgeons.
have nothing to take hack.
summer. He had been sick for a
I t is pleasant to know that the month with something tho doctors
Having achieved the two minute
trotter, now let us turn our atten statistics favor lower pricees for call bilious dysentery, and could
tion to the two minute stump speak beef, even though the trust does get nothing to do him any good
until he tried this remedy. It gave
er and lower the record on long not.
him immediate relief,” says B. T.
The Columbian Congress is mere
merchant, Hancock, Md.
The case of the St. Louis man ly furnishing ammunition for Sen For sale by R. S. Knowlton.
who died after takinnghis first hath
T H E
in twenty years, should prove a performance.
warning to people who nre tempted
Germans nre astonished at the
to unduly prolong the intervals.
American locomotive they recently Central
imported and which will pull 5,400
The lime for settling the place in
As I write, a beautiful picture is which to hold the national conven tons. They say it “ beats the Dutch.”
spread out before me. In the fore tions is drawing nearer, and Milwau
Everv once in a while some sang A t D im i n , O pe n s r o a W o r k o f t h e
ground is the Czarina, a steamer kee, St. Louis and Kansas City have uine stranger
from Arizona or
Y e a r S e p t e m b e r 14 t h .
just now unloading at the wharf begun throwing boquets at each New Mexico turns up in W ashing
is well equipped for
her cargo of merchandise, prepara other.
ton and announces that there is to
its particular line o f work.
tory to taking on her 1300-ton cargo
he another statehood fight.
lence is the motto of the school.
Carter Harrisson, mayor o f Chi
of coal. Around the bay aro seen
“ Acquiring” Indian land is not Four courses, a Training Depart
six tall-masted schooners being cago, says he will retire to private
Good old William Penn ac ment of nine grades, tuition uni
loaded with lumber, as with means
quired Pennsylvania. But the hu- form with other Normal schools,
mysterious to the landsman huge but those who remember his father
| man conscious has marched since pleasant surroundings, best of in
bundles aro being hoisted to their will receive the announcement with
these good old qtiaker days and wo fluences, excellent accommodations
decks. On either hand a hail dozen reservation.
our government in boarding halls or private fam
small steamers are nestled against
Some people are asking why Ba j clerks to play the role of William ilies.
Students may enter at any
the wharves, whence they are about
con (the Senator) should draw the Penn.
time and find work suited to their
to start on their outward journeys
line at the son of Ham.
I t seems
Youug people desiring to
It appears from accurate statis needs.
up river or down the bay. Here
tho Senator did not enjoy waiting
tics that our last Fourth o f July fit themselves for teachers, or for
and there, enlivening the scene, are
in a dining hall until a distinguish
I celebrations resulted in over 400 college, or those .-'«siring a good
ed African had finished his din-
deaths from immediate killing or education for business life will find
smacks and gasoline launches hurry
resultant lock-jaw and that three what they need here. Address
ing to nnd fro, carryiog passengers
and light raerehnndine. At the left
It is estimated that there are 10- thousand were wounded, hut it is
lb" ‘all lifting apparatus erected 000,000 toes of anthracite coal in not stated bow many sick and School, Diain, Oregon.
W. II. D e m p s t k h ,
over tbe beautiful fchooner being the dealer’s hands, which is far bet wasted invalids had their death
built at North B rid, just now ready ter than the situation a year ago. hastened orcompasspd hy tho peml-
to r -reive her insets, is plainly to lie The only thing that bothers the imeiiinm of noise and sulphurous
Can't this v ile , expensive
As the ct ntral figure, the householder ia to get a few tons in »m ill.
• m i S a l v e
f 4M* Pifos, B urns, S o re s .
steam tug Columbia is moving to. 1 his bands
* fili'l murder?«« racket be stopped?
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neither time nor money n teaching tbe people at large the
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M oie time is saved, more ur ney earned.
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wear caused by tho forward and backware movement of tho shuttle.
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