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Death Takes His Victim
W. H. Erdice Accidently Killed
The raDks o f the liviug have
Washington. Oct. 31.—The Presi
Our usually quiet little city was
dent today issued his annual Thanks greatly shocked and stricken with agaiu been invaded, and death, tbe
giving proclamation in the follow profound grief on Wednesday even-' euemy of life, has carried from our
iug at the announcement that Mr midst auother victim, Miss Edith
Haydou, daughter of Mrs. aud Dr.
By the President of the United Er lice, of the Coquille City cream-1
Haydou, of this place.
We give below a requirement of States of America—-A Proclamation: ery had been caught by the elevator
Miss Haydou took sick some
the state hoard of health relative to
“ The season iH at hand, when, ac- of his creamery and so badly crush
It was four weeks ago and gradually grew
the vaccination of children attend- cording to the customs of our peo- ed that he could not. live.
ing the public schools of Ore- pie, it falls upon the President to at about 4:45 o’clock that Mr. Er worse until death ended her suf
' appoint a dav of praise and thanks- dice was taking a truck load of fering, dissolution occurring Sun
giving to Cod. During the last cheese from the lower floor of the day morning about eight o’clock,
interment taking place Mouday af-
all the school boards iu the years, tho Lord lias dealt bountiful building to the upper story to be
ternooii iu the Baudou ceinetry.
state of Oregon, to prohibit the ly with us, giving us peace at home placed in the curisg rooms when
Miss Edith w sa bright girl, 16
entranco into any of the public and abroad, and tho chance for our the accident happened.
schools of the state of all children citizens to work for their welfare; up on the elevator and when he had years of age, and will be missed by
not previously .vaccinated (the evi unhindered by war, famine or arrived at the top, this being the her family aud by her many friends.
dence of which is, shown by the plague. It bohooves us not only last load, 8. M. Nosier, his partner, The bereaved family have
scar without proper vaccination; i to rejoico greatly because of what who was in the engine room at the sympathy of the community in
and it will bo the duty of the teach has beer, given us, but to accept it time, shut off the steam to stop the their bereavement.
er or teachers in any of the public with a solemn sense of respousibili machinery for the night, but hear-
TWO MORE PASSED OVER.
schools in the state of Oregon to ty, realizing that under henveu it ing Mr. Erdice working nt the ele
satisfy themsolves that such order rests with ourselves to show that we vator, concluded that he had stop
Death again invaded this vicini
has been properly enforced, the ev are worthy to use aright what has ped too soon and started the en ty, yesterday, aud two more o f our
gine again, but it seems that in citizens have passed over to the
thus been entrusted to our care.
idence being a scar, or by a cerit
cate signed by a reputable physi
“ In no other place, and at no stopping the elevator, which is op silent majority.
other time, has the experiment of erated by frictions altogether, Mr.
The first to go was Mrs. Ida Stra-
government of the people, by the Erdice took off the hoisting friction ter of Two-mile, who died at 11 a,
To the Citizens « i f ^Ooijuillo City, people, and for the people, been and failed to apply the brake and in., and who will be buried tomor
Parkersburg, Jifcd(tojl and all tried on so vast, a scale as herein the cage made a rapid start for the
row about 2 p. m.
intermedjnto f>0^ m
our own country, in tho opening bottom, and it is the conclusions of
Mrs. R. F. ShannoD/ wbo has
Inasmuch iib wetfre all interested veers of the tho twentieth century. nil who have examined the surround
in the improvtrment of* the Ooquilte Failure would not only be a dread ings, that he undertook to jump been sick for some time, died at
valley, and more espeeially in the ful thing for all mankind, because from the cage as it passed the first dood , and the funeral aud inter
up-building of that sectipu of this it would mean loss of hope for all floor, rather than go down to the ment took place this aftenoon.
Mrs. Strater was about 52 years
valley lying between Coquille City who believe in tile power and the basement and into the edge of the
river, and in so doing, he leaped to of age. and Mrs. SbaiiDon about 45
and the mouth of the river, it be r' Hiteousuoss of liberty.
the weighing platform, where, from years.— Recorder.
hooves ub as citizens to discover by
“ Therefore, in thanking God for
what means we can obtain the great tho mercies extended to us in the appearances, his feet slipped and
est good to the greatest number. past, we beseech Him that He may ho fell back with his head and
W e Lave consulted with several of not withhold them in the future, shoulders over the elevator shaft,
our citizens, and thus far it is' the and our hearts may be aroused to and the upper horizontal side frame
, O re g-o n ..
unanimous opinion of those con war steadfastly for good and against
sulted that our greatest need, after all forces of evil public and private. platform two or three inches, struck
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
completing the Coquillo, Riverton, We pray for strength and light, so him across the breast, stopping the R. C. D ement
A. J. S herwood
and Lampa Creek road, is the build that in the coining years, we may, full-weight and force of the cage L. H arlocker
L. H . H azard
ing of a telephone line connecting with cleanliness, fearlessness and and its load of about 500 pounds. I saiah H acker
R; E. S h in e
Parkersburg with Coquille City, wisdom, do our allotted work on Gene Nosier, a young brother of
passing through the town o f River earth in such manner as to show S. M. Nosier, who was in the cream
ery at the time, gave the alarm. National Bank of Commerce,
ton. Therefore we would suggest
that we are not altogether unworthy
Sam started the engine and applied
that a delegation from the three of the blessings we have received.
N. Y. City
the friotion, but as the momentum
towns, and as many of the farmers
Crocke-Woolwortli National Bank,
of the spool unwound the cable and
who reside nlong tho river below
Coquille City, as would meet at Roosevelt, President of the Uuited did not start the cage at once, it
occurred to him that the cable had 1st National Bank of Portland,
some given place. Should there be
sufficient encouragement, we would of general thanksgiving, Thursday, come loose from the spool and that
then proceed to elect committees the 26th of the commiug November, was the cause o f the trouble, Transacts a General Banking bus
and other officers and organize a and do recommend that throughout aud called for help to which
company under n charter of the state the laud people cease from their a number of young men
boys who were at the dock re
L et us hear from others oq this their several homes and places of sponded and lifted the cage off the
Dr. Russell was
subject. The sooner a good deed worship, render thanks to almighty unfortunate man.
called and did all science could sug
is done the better it will be for the God for his manifold mercies.
“ In witness whereof lmvo here gest lor the man, but to no avail,
unto sot ray hand and caused the life being crushed out.
Yours for success.
seal of the United States to be did not seem to breathe at all, lie
D ona A nna .
spoke several times, remarking as
“ Done at the City of Washington, the doctor worked with him, that
Population of China
this 31st day of October, in the “ it is no use, I have to go,” and
year of our Lord, one thousand within fifteen or twenty minutes the
I v T a r s lx f ie ld . , O r e .
During the European difficulties nine hundred and three, and of the spark of life had fled.
' Ä i ’T F S ’' <:
with China no little divergence of Independence of the United States
Ageuts for leading makes of
William Hugh Erdice was born
opinion was expressed as to the the one hundred and twenty eighth.
in Mercer county, Pennsylvania,
population of that great Asiatic
T heodore R oosevelt .
and later lived some years in Ohio,
Empire. A new census of China
“ By the President:
coming to this county in 1892, since
has just been completed, and the
“ J ohn fl\y, Secretary, o f State.”
when he has been one of our most
returns indieatwft+irW’' the'"'f!o'|j>da'
energetic and successful creamery
tion has bean rather undsrestima-
men, and his untimely taking off is
ted than overcalculated. At least,
it shows the enormous total popu
D ied In Marshfield, Or., Nov deeply deplored by all. He leaves
lation o f l ‘2t!,447,POO, according to 14, 1903 Thomas Hirst, aged 68 an aged toother and a sister at
W e bay for Cash from Manufactures and therefore oao
Myrtle Point, and two sisters and
the cabled reports. The number years, 6 monthi and 29 days
sell you at bottom prices. W e also carry a full line o f
a brother in Ohio to mourn his
o f inhabitants in Manchuria, Mon
deceased was born m
golia. Thibet and Turkestan J»as England,
April 15, 1835. He went
only estimated. 1 bus more than , t() XaiiTAyvl at tho age o f 19. On
The remains were taken to Myr
one-fortb ot the world is contained Ndv. 12, 1855 be was married in tle Point on Thursday and on Fri
within tho Chinese Empire. Even
funeral discourse was
New Sonth Wales to Miss Louisa day the
the British-Empire, with’ it* vast
And everything else in tbe music line.
A. MutoD, who survives him. Three preached at the M. E. church by
possessions on every continent, has
years later they came to America, Rev. W. S. Holcomb at 11 a. m.,
30.000. 000 less inhabitants tlmu
and coming to Coos in 1859. They after which the burial took place
China. In 1800 E. G. Ilaveosteiu
lived a short time on the Coquille, under the auspices of Myrtle Camp,
estimated the inhabitants of the
settling later at Eastport, where Woodman of tho World, o f this
earth at 1,487,900,000, Since' then
they resided several years. Then city, of which the deceased was an
the number lias increased at least
they went to Nanisuio, B. C., but anleht and respected member, and
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02.100.000, ranking a present total
returned later to Coos Bay, where in which be carried §1000 life in
of 1,550, 000,000. — Coast Seamen's
Mr. Hirst bought an interest iu lbe
mercantile business of Andrew
Nasburg at Marshfield, then a very
The Bulletin, in its last issue
F ob S a le .— A beutiful home "in
small town. After conducting their
mentions tho fact Hint it will not be
business for spveral years iu the this city.
long before the planking on Front
DepnvbS You of Your
building now occupied by Cole at this office.
street will have to be renewed or
man's blacksmith shop they con
J. G. Fish, of the furultnre fac
its place taken by .something else,
then I one
, , ,
i i m i r . i 1 n
iir .i n.tn
»lit * of
M l the
Ur* tory, is prepared to gum croscut
and suggests hat now would 1,.- a j
bui|dlug8 on the Bay,
love for the one who
good time to look uhend to see“ - 1 • -
— J saws.
KOmi" i a :d for many years the firm of Nas-
is gone by providing a monument
thing more substantial.
New gloves, velvets, and trim
.a |hnig& Hirst was identified with
worthy the memory of that one.
timely suggestion, and we think it
mings at Mrs. Moon’s store.
Ine development o f the section.
A large monument or a small
would be a good idea to ascertain
They did a solid and conservative
marker, whichever you choose at
the cost of transportation by rail of business nud enjoyed a large Irade,
S P L E N D ID NEW L IN E O F T R IM M IN G S ,
that splendid rock from tiio place especially among the farmers. A f
E L E G A N T STOCK OF S W E A TE R S,
his place, will show the best ju dg
of J. F. Schroder.
Mvrtle Point ter the death of his partrer Mr.
At Reasonable Prices.
ment of first-class designers and
is canvassing the matter with a view Hirst carried on the business. In
We Make a Specialty of D R E SS GOODS, and carry all the: "
to getting it fnrher streets, and i| is July 1902, Mr. nml Mrs. Hirst start
Best Weaves anil are constantly adding new stylish patterns.
but little farther from Mi. Nehroc- ed on a well earned vacation, in
Call and See Us before purchasing— No trouble to Showj
der’s p la c e t« this city thin to Mvr tending to visit their old home in
Southern hemisphere. When they O f Insanity Despite
.A .. F I E R C E ,
a rm ed iu Australia they found it
Sanderson Building, Near Wharf.}'
Phone Main 55
1 ha Weekly Journal, o f Portland so hot and dusty thut they stsyed
M A R S H F IE L D , OR.
or the Oetr, .iffftt ^ifes an exten- only a short tince. They retur ed N e r v o u s C r a m p s in
Telephone, Main 238.
sive writeup of Coos ^county, ne-1 to San Fraucisco in October, where
H a n d s and Feet.
eompanied by several DÉotoiugrav- | they visited friends. On Jan 10th
fngs of prominent buildings,
Mr. Hirst whh taken seriously ill.
eluding the ctìnrt-Itoiish aia1 ila mid fn in thi*» sickness be never
résidences « f A. J .81, rivo,,,I .,„| fully recovered. lliey arrived home 1
h Two Day«.
•\pril ’6th. Mr. Hirst I lien s|,|H'sr. |
Slerplfssness is at once a symptom ami a
cd in good health b
disease. Just as soon as the nerves become
« l.i l>< r:i| OllVr.
11V and for i l-m,; ti • hi#» follili» ! deranged the patient suffers from sleepless
«! h, Ml
very! ness. Deprived of their natural rest the
Tbe undersigned ,vi'!
Seven Million boxes sold In post 13 months.
This signature, ^
nerves soon lose all force anti vitality and
sample of Cliamb, r'uun s St<m . !,
while sleeplessness is a symptom in snch
lì, - ! is or,” of tbe most cases it frequently becomes chronic and
and Livr Tablets to any one A,inn ;
remains the chief effect of disordered nerves.
• y ■
(‘clod cit;z. ‘its of Marsh- Dr. Miles’ Nervine quiets the nerves and
a reliable remedy for disorder« of
strengthens them; soothes the tired brain
the stomach, biliousness or ,oa-'ip find,I, O f jovial disposition. Il
and permits sleep; restores lost energy and
and bis strict vitality
ation. Tin's is a now remedy an i ; was un iv e rs a ll y Ilk
and brings sleep, health and strength.
Inside each' pound'package o f
good one. Sold by K 8. Knowlton integrity and .bon ugh reliaiility
“ Previous to our coming to the territory
won til” highest «• teem. H-* was ; three vears ago, we lived in Virginia, and it
was there th t 1 got acquainted whh the
The story of Lot 7 wife turning a valued member i* the Marions, j wonderful r _*rs of Dr. Miles’ Nervine. I
to a pillar o f salt n i no longer he
had been .. ...er the doctor's »'are anil taking
The ( )dll Fellows « ill his medicine for over two years, but the nerv
doubted. A yonng
uly put her I \ I Ilian
ous trouble that was gnawing my life away
have charge o f the fuuernl winch grew steadily worse. I had nervous cm rap«
foot up on a dry
w ill be found a FREE game.
in my hands and legs, which would draw up
ber shoe and two young ni»n who takes place at 2 p, in. toinorr >w, and
different gqmes. A ll new.
pain me so that I could not sleep at
were passing turned to rubber.
night. Often I never closed my eyes for
At Your Qrocer’s.
tola me he could do nothing more for me and
Horsfall will conduct the service» that
I was on the verge of insanity. H e told
•1200 will buy a 160-acre stock al tli<> family residence.— M All.
me I might try your Nervine as a last resort,
• ranch with iota of outlying range.
and it proved to be mv salvation. When I
The etesmei, J. Wsrren, will
Eight toil,«* fr.> ii ( ' .quii o
F oh S\u-\ A»* p »n i ns new 4- had used four bottles of the remedy together
with the Nerve and Liver Pills I had re
make regular trips belwpr-u G ia '-
liorsH ruttino anti ti-horst* l>oil«»r gained
J- •) S ta NLITI
my former good health.” — M rs .
e ’ Foul ami M yrtle P.>:n• in Wed-
■'iliI a yoo.l Simplex clmrn and I>ut M v r th a J. S h c f f r r , Oir,er. Oklahoma.
T- H. Meljl & Co s is the piaci- tl> (or worluT. Any or all nt
uf each week.
I will not be rf-
A ll druggists sell »r I puanntee first bot-
bnv your Hriiit . Jars-M iHon's tìm
limo itiv'Mi **p. apurnt- *'*■ * )r Miles’ Remedi. . .“•end for free book spousible for bv-freigbt after it is
on Nervous and Heart Diseases. AUdres* ■ put off the lamt.
/ ' .* w T V f’nYrt'
t| «ir !
irq o irn it Dr. M ile» Medical Co., Elkhart, lad.
CAi*r. J. M. B rioht .
Cranberries it Kaueiuatz's
T U T f llil.
N O V 17
Lest You Forget
Santa Claus is going to make
our Place his headquarters again.
We have received hy the last boat
a magiiilicient array of fancy Chinas
I f you contemplate buying a holi
day gift better come w hile our stock
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
C me Right /Now!
J. S: Kanematz’s
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Boots and Shoes.
Flour and Feed,
R u b b e r G o o d s a n d U m b r e lla s .
R. B. RAY. Prop.
Pianos and Organs
Ni. A. PIERCE’S
Dry and Eaneggoods
Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Strings
CHAS. GRISSEN MUSIC CO.
I O O F HALL
New and Seasonable Goodsi;
COOS CO. MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS
Stew art* Westgate Props
Dr. M iles’ N ervin e W as
My S alvation .
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. >© m Z
Glassware and Dishes, Wood and Wilow-
umbrellas, Leggings and hightop Loggers
Outing Flanels,Mackintoshes,Rubber goods
Blankets, Ladies’ and Gents’ Underwear.
Z. C. STRANG, Prop., - -