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COQUILLE CITY, OREGON, TUESDAY. MAY 24, 1904.
A. J. Sheriuood,
-L a w ,
N o t a s i P ublic ,
A ttorney - at -L aw ,
N otary P ub lic ,
Hall & Hall,
A ttorney «- at -L aw ,
Dcalfli in R eal E state o f all kinds.
J. Curtis Snook, D. D. S.
D kntibt .
Oflioo twi> doors Honth Odd Fellow’s Hsll
I Will m ake Bsudon B profession»! visit
the first Monday in each quarter.
C oqu ille, Oregon.
E . D . Sperry.
W . C. Chase.
SPERRY & CHASE,
Office in KobinRon Itailding,
C oqu ille,
E. G. D. Holden,
L aw yer ,
JdKtice of the Peace, City Recorder, XJ.S.
CommiRBioner, General Insaranoe
A^ent and Notary Public.
Offioe in Robinson Bnilding.
Geo. Russell, M. D.,
S cbgkon ,
Offioe upstairs in MAKTIN BUILDING
Calls promptly answered day or night.
Night oall will be answered from Mrs.
Wiokhnm's Boarding House.
Phono, main lfifi.
C oqu ille,
D E N T IS T -
A. F. Kirshman,
at Residence, one block east o f
F o r S a le .
A good home id this city, on
Enquire at this office.
Anti-Local Option Propaganda.
Answer to D. J's Quesrion,
Note and Comment.
Emma Goldman and John Tuane,
are preaching in favor of the aboli
tion of law and are appealing to law
to protect them in their right to do
Eugene V. Debs has been nomi
nated for president by the social
ists. He accepts reluctantly but
shyly remarks that they ought to
have nominated a less distinguish
Attorney-General Knox fearless,
ly announces that he is ‘ after the
coal trust.” H op much after?
With inadequate schools, an army
Portland, Oregon, April 16.- To
Oregon City, Ore., May 16, 1904.
Albany, Oregon, April 23, 1904.
the Editor of The Telegram: I se<
Editor H e r a l d . — May I reply to of boodle-snatchers and an epidem-
Editor H erald . — My attention has
The discovery has been made by
that our friend, the enemy, in get been called to an article which ap D. J.’s questions concerning the ic of infanticide, Philadelphia pro
the Weather Bureau that cool weath
ting ecared about the probable re peared in your paper dated Febru proposed Primary Nominating Elec poses to spend half a million dol
er delays seeding. Frozen ground
sult« of the Local Option campaign, ary 23, 1904, beaded "A History of tion Law, if it has not already been lars in building a soldiers’ monu
also delays: ploughing. And floods
and well he may, for every patriot the Several Fires Which Occurred done.
Answering the first four ment.
delay haying. In fact the weather
is going to vote for it; every fair at Arago and Vicinity." Now while questions, this law will place polit
Well! Spain, Turkey and Abys
is self-evident truths.
mindbd inuu is going to vote for it, I do not desire a newspaper contro ical parties casting twenty-five of sinia have recognized the republic
and why? Because:
Half a million of dollars has been
Since she received
versy, nevertheless I, as well as the the total vote in a class by them of Panama.
raised for the McKinley monument
First. Tt is fair. There is no Lower Columbia Fire Relief Asso selves; political parties casting five $10,009,000 from her rich uncle ev
The Now York Tribune says that at Canton, Ohio. And now almost
class discrimination about it. It is ciation which I represented as ad per cent and less than twenty-five en the poorest nations are proud to
Belmont, Hill, McCarrcn, aud Shee as much is wanted for the late Sen
not a prohibition law. It is a law juster of two of these losses we are per cent of the total vote, and in associate with her.
han have planned to raise five mil ator Hanna. Ohio seems destined
submitting to the people the ques justly entitled to a correct and just dependents, will continue to make
Mr. J. P. Morgan has temporar
tion whether liqense or prohibition statemeot regarding these adjust nominations as they do under the ily hauled ofl from active functions, lion dollars for the Democratic cam to be the state of monuments.
shall be the rule. Thu brewers and ments. However as it is stated that Australian Ballot Law, which is and says he is entitled to a rest paign fund. That will be $1,500,
000 larger than the campaign fund
wholesale liquor dealers’ i
the first loss was satisfactorily set section 2791, Bellinger & Cotton’s Some people in New York do not
tious seem to regard it as a foreign tled, there remains but one other Annotated Codes and Statutes of hesitate to allege that he was en of 1892.
TO BE GIVEN AW AY
prohibition conclusion. This is on that the Lower Columbia Fire Re Oregon; new political parties will titled to arrest long ago.
On tilt, stamped on good ma-
terial, will be mailed absolutely free of charge. It consists
ly another illustration of the pro bel Association is concerned in. be organized under I hat sectiou as
With Fairbanks, Cannoo, Elkins,
? thf tTU/ n, CeaiP>.,lc" « < “ *11 In.) with « Doili««
(each 5x5 fn.), 2 dainty Collars, 2 Anchors for sailor suit. 1
verb, "Conscience does make cow This fire occurred on January 7, in the past.
B ookm a rk, i Butterflies (fo r collar), 2 Autumn Leaves and
and Black out of the.Vico-Presiden seventy. He over looks Hiram
S Conventional Designs for shirt-waist c
ards of us all.”
And what if it 1902 My object is to correct cer
In answer to the fifth question, tial race, the name of Secretary Cronk, of Albany, survivor of the
R E A D OFFER BELOW
should? Are not they willing the tain statements made in relation to the same registration covers both Sbaw is mentioned.
Why be in War of 1812, who at 104, is cutting
people should rule? Should not the adjustment of this loss.
It is the nominating and general elec such a hurry to pick out all the a now set of teeth and sprouting a
the "wets” as well as the “ drys” stated in the article nbove referred tions, so that there is no extra ex candidates? Should not the con new crop of hair, He also forgets
abide the majority? Or do they re to that the adjuster requested Mr. pense on that account; the total vention have something to say?
the Englishman, Thomas Parr,
gard the people? Are they demo Schroeder to come to Myrtle Point expense of the new law will be
whose wife got a divorce from him
cratic, plutocratic or autocratic?
in the afternoon and he would make about thirty-five cents for every
on statutory grounds when ho was
This is correct, voter in the State every two years,
8eeoud. It is just.
It gives the adjustment.
their uniforms and driven forth by
equal privileges to ull. Where the but your statement that the adjust or thirty-five
majority want it not, there they will or would not look at or examine Mr. This is less than one-half of what
l.iMlIfH h m l 4’h llilr r n .
not have il. Surely these oppo Schroeder’s books is not correct. the present system costs somebody cause they attempted to assault two
cannot stand the shocking
nents of Local Option are lawabid- The adjuster hot only looked at in each political party; for instance
ing; or, is this the very thing they said books and examined them, but there are 33 county conventions ot ticipant seems to have thought strain of laxative syrups and ca
thartic pills are especially fond of
fear? A B o n of Erin was once be obtained written statements from about four thousand delegates; ev lj'nch law necessary.
Both Judge and Mrs. Alton B. Little Early Risers.
fore the Magistrate, trembling and them in Mr. Schroeder’s own hand ery delegale must spend an average
visibly distui bed. The court ven writing. The adjuster did not tell of nt least five dollars each, of Parker are fond of horseback rid who finit it uecessary to take a liver
e»« N E W i d e a
tured to quiet the culprit with the Mr. Schroeder that the company tweoty thousand dollars; two con ing and often scour the country in medicine should try these easy pills,
- W o m a n 's M a g a sin a
So who and compare the agreeably pleasant
assurance that “justice would be bad their policies examined by some gressional conventions and one tho vicinity of Esoups.
done.’’ “ Faith, yer honor,’’ he ejac of the best legal talent in the state, State convention, nnd the three are ever iu President next year, the and strengthing effect with the
ulated, “ that’s jest what I’m afraid and that said policies could not be composed of about eight hundred chief executive and his wife will be nauseating and weakening condi
necessity. Each Issue contains Mlustra-
of.” Are the manufacturers afraid collected by law. What the adjust delegates who can hardly spend seen on horseback lrapiug hedges tions following the Yise of other 5 ™ ” •
« » o o f all subject» Interesting to
er told him was that he (Schroeder) less than fifteen dollars each, or
I,f#* ^ “ 2 W
“ » “ « *<wUy with 50
cents and we will enter your subscription for one year, and
the Embroidery Outfit shown above
Third. It is financially safe. In could not collect on his certificates twelve thousand dollars.
Add to Creek Park and fiyiDg across |the biliousness, constipation, sick head man also
*• " e e *• ■ — U— ttls paper when y«e write.
ache, jaundice, malaria and liver
Hyde Park, Chicago, residents who undor the circumstances. Another this tho expense for friends of can Potomac to Fort Myer.
I D E A PXTBUBHDfd O O . . « « Brwuhray, W .w York
Sold byJR. S. Knowlton
are elsewhere engaged in the sa incorrect statement is, in reference didates attending the conventions,
The Panama Canal Commission trouliles.
loon business, are against the intro to the time Mr. Schroeder asked to hall rents, printing and other ex appointed by the President objects
dur.tion of tho saloon into their consider the offer of $500, the time penses will amount to not less than to beiog controlled by the Secre
In Indiana, a few years asked for was until the next morn forty thousand dollars for each of tary of War. Naturally the Com
The ad the great parties.
since, the courts sustained the con ing and not three days.
missioners, having all the responsi
tention of the plaintiff that the juster cheerfully consented to grant
This great expense is paid by bility put upon them by the Presi
presence of the saloon was a money to Mr. Schroeder the time asked about ten thousand citizens. If it dent, want a free hand. It is quite
damage to the property adjoining.
is intended for the good of all the impossible to do satisfactory work,
Find a block or a buildiug in which to himself to withdraw the offer of people, then the burden should be if a body of men are to be dictated
a saloon is located— the presence of $500 already made if he desired to fairly distributed amoug them all, to by a Washington bureau.
which has enhanced the value of so do in the morning, thereupon as the proposed law will do. If the
Ou a recent Sunday night Mr. J.
tho some. On the other hand, pro Mr. Schroeder decided to accept the money is spent only for tho benefit
hibition has put money into the offer as made. It would seem from of the office holders, then the peo P. Morgan left Washington for New
hands of the people.
In Illinois a careful consideration of the state ple must expect the government to York with a draft or treasury war
(high license) the deposits in the ments made in the article above be run largely for the benefit of the rant in his pocket for $40,000,000.
Finest Luuch Good
savings banks are about $6 por cap alluded to that Mr. Schroeder was men who pay for tho nominations. And ho never felt poorer in his life,
since not a penny of it was bis own.
Choice Confectionery, Fig Wafers,
ita; in Kansas they are about $64 not without experience in the ad
So the same banker who helped
and in Maine about 8103 per capita. justment of fire losses. Mr. Schroo-
W. S. U’Ren.
Grover Cleveland float a loan of
Cigars and Tabacc
der however appealed from the ad
Is this financial suicide?
$200,000,000 will be employed to
Fourth. It is an honorable ex justment to tho Board of Directors
do business for a Republican ad
The NUthoiHst Church.
ample of home rule. As an exhi of the L. C. F. R A., submitting a
W . T . B U R T O N , Prop-
bition of the absence of home rule, number o f affidavits in support of
I r o n t Street, C uqL lH o
In the quadrenuinl address of the
investigate tho several disgraceful his claim but the Board of Directors
Shipping Commission to gather
instances around the suburbs of our
light concerning the mercantile
city, where those in authority have even more a ffid a v its from citizens l ead at the Los Angeles conference marine of this country will hold its
undertaken to put a few dollars in of Coos county, that in the opinion last week, it was shown Ihnt the first public hearing on the 23rd.
to the treusury by thrusting the sa of the board fully ju s tifie d th e ad present membership of the church in New York. It is already a fore
T h e la t e s t in
loon upon a community contrary to justment ns made by its adjuster, wa9 3,031,918, an increase of 138,- gone conclusion that the Republi
their expressed wish. Is that home
can parly has decided to grant
rub? Would that we might read approved of the adjustment as made The Sunday schools include an ag- some sort of a subsidy to American
giegate of 3,124.544. It was re ships in the hope of building up a
8 A . D avison ,
again the Declaration, and make a b y me.
closer study of the crimes charged A d ju s t e r for the L . C. F . R . A s s o ported lhe bishops had made ap great fleet of ocean steamers for the
pointments of ministers lo their carrying trade. The bearings will
against King George. The colonies ciation.
at M r s . C . Ia. M o o n ’s
work et the rate of about 15,000 continue until next December.
wanted home rule. King George
wanted no home rule. King Alco
Officials in charge of the water
Among the thriving evangelistic pastors refusing to accept their ap
You w ill fin d the latest in spring and summer Millinery
hol is his double and more. Home
works for the city of Philadelphia
rule is what all decent, fair-minded, denominations the Baptists show pointments and of churches refus
signs of sturdy growth. The Amer ing to accept their psstorB wag in announce that the copper cure-all a t my stor
honorable citizeus want.
solution advocated by the Depart
Dress Trimming and Fancy Goads in General. Stamp
This Locnl Option measure the ican Baptist Year Book just issued significant. The world-wide scope
ment of Agriculture would be of no
people demand because it is fair,
use for that city.
Even if it pos
beenuse it is just, becanse it is for churches in the United States, with presented in the body, was indicat
ed by the brief review of the ad
the financial good, because it is an
the copper trust, it would cost $1,-
exhibition of even handed and hon showing a gain for the year of 898 ministration of Bishop Moore, in
FRONT STREET, COQUILLE, OR.
000 a day to get enough of the stuff
orable home rule.
More, in the
to produce any effect upon the
langungo of the white winged
300,000,000 gallons cf water con
“ swear term” of the brave and about 483 members were added to Joyce and McCabe iu South Ameri
sumed every twenty-four hours.
nervy Andrew Jackson, “by the the denominational strength for ca; of Bishops Thoburn, Warne aud
Congressmen Hill of Connecticut,
Eternal” they are going to have it. every day in the year and this Warren in India; Bishop Hartzell
— Bruce Wolverton, in the “ Oregon without any so-called ‘‘great reviv in Africa and of other bishops who an authority on banking, earnestly
als.” There were 234,321 baptisms have visited Mexico and other coun opposed the Senate amendment to
during the year. The number of tries where missions are maintain commit the government again to
Baptist ministers is 38,895.
the constant coining of silver.
New Peril for Czar.
contributions for home missions
Branch Office, Pharmacy Building, Coquille City, Oregon.
“ The United States, with
Three features of the last qnad- said:
were $423,718, for foreign missions,
Rome, May 13.—A secret receiv $550,202, and for all purposes, $5, rennium were emphasized as stand $680,000,000 in silver on hand—a
ed from St. Petersburg depicts the 994,341. There are under Baptist ing out prominently— the twentieth mass of metal that would load 500
internal situation of Russia ns be control nine theological seminaries century thank offering movement, cars and cost $100,000 to recount,
coming most serious as regards the with a total attendance of 1095 which brought $20,000,009 into tho — now deliberately proposes to for Are purely co-oporative in every respect and tho Company will spare
preservation of the present institu students, and 97 colleges and uni treasury of the church for the work ever store this enormous mass nnd
neither time nor money In teaching the people at largo the
tion, the military failures in the versities, with 31,985 students. of education,philanthropy and debt constantly add to the amount.” The
great and inestimable benefits which come to each and every
Far East havmg strengthened the The intense devotion of the Bap paying; the Open Door Emergency greatest sum of silver dollars ever
member of its system.
opinion that the evils are due tist pulpit to questions of individ Missionary revival, which has in in circulation was 79,000,000 in
to the present organization of the ual character and conduct may spired the church with renewed 1902.
country in which a chaDge is nec reasonably be expected to give the generosity and bi-centennial obser
An Eastern paper rays the cost
denomination a larger place in the vances, which all over the English of living is rapidly decreasing, and
The hope is expressed that the religious activity of the future.— speaking world commemmorated gives as an illustration the fact that
the two hundredth anniversary of the price of camphor has decreased
Emperor himself, seeing the dang Oregonian.
the birth of John Wesley. Tbs 29 cents a pound. This ia catching
er, will he indneed to grant the
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American University at Washing at a very small straw for the sake
country a constitution in which
A n O pen l e t t e r .
ton was strong'y commended, as of supporting an assertion.
even the enthusiasm of the people
From the Chapin, 8. C., News:— as the Woman’s College at Balti phor as an article of consumption
will become so great as to remler
given in American households is an un
it possible to raise an army and Early in the spring my wife and I more.
collect the means necessary to de were taken with diarrhoea and so against the current evils o f the known quantity. Besides an arti
feat Japan. Otherwise, the report sever* were the pains that we called times, politictl corruption, the cle called camphor is now turned
says, it is believed all the efforts a physician who prescribed for us, liquor traffic, the tyranny of trade out in chemical labratories just as
mado at 8t. Petersburg will remain hut his medicines failed to give unionism, the greed of unscrupu an article known as indigo is made
futile, ae besides the war in the any relief. A friend who had a
by the chemist. Genuine camphor
Agents for leading makes of
Far East, Russia will he obliged to bottle of Chamberlain’s Colic, Chol gro question and Mormonism.— Ex. is much higher than it was ever
known to be.
face a latent if not an open revo era and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand
There is much clam or' iu the
lutionary movement at borne, de gave each of us a dose and we at
The Methodist conference in ses-
priving her of the assistance of the once felt the effects. I procured a Methodist church for a restoration
most progressive elements o f tb* bottle and before using the entire of the time-limit to pastorates, so 1 sion at Los Angeles thinks tbo evils
Empire, such as the Poles and coutents we were entirely cured. that laymen who do not like their or the times are political corrup
It is a wonderful remedy and should pastors can have the benefit of a tion, the liquor traffic, tyranny of
We bay for Cash from Manufactures and therefore can
be found in every household. H. change, and pastors who have a trades unionism, greed of unscru
you at bottom prices. Wo also oarry a fall line of
Both parties seem now to perspir C. Bailsy, Editor.
This remedy is soft thing may not keep it over long
ing over the effort to fashion the for sale by R
to themselves, but share with some negro question and Mormonism.
. 8. Knowlton.
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trusts planks for their platforms so
less fortunate brother. The smart To sum the whole matter up there
as to please the trusts and the peo
New Englanders say coal is cheap and brilliant clergy should be sent appears to be a general demoraliza
ple who want the truste exterminate er but it costs more. That's exactly te poor churches; and the dull and tion, much intemperance and a lack
And everything else in the masic line.
of confidence between men as a re
what ails clothing, house rent, fuel soporific should be preaching from
sult o f our boastod commercial pro
No man seems to want the second
gress, expansion and general smart
place on either ticket.
The Vice- cheap enough but they cost more. porting churches.
ness. Possibly it might be a good
Presidency starts hot foot after the
I l o O. F. HALL.
thing to go slower and cultivate a
I man who trica hardest to get away I
Early R isers
Os W itt's œ Sehre little more old fashioned honesty,
mous ttttl« pills.
integrity and frugality.
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M IL L IN E R Y
M r s . C . IVEooxi
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
BOARD OF DIREOTOR8
R . C. D em en t
A. J. S h e r w o o d
L . H arlocker
L . n . H azard
I s a ia h H a c k e r
R. E. S h i n e -
C O R RE SPO N D E N TS.
National Bank of Commerce,
N Y. City
rocker-Wool worth Nntional Bank,
st National Bank of Portland,
'ransacts a General Banking bus-
To tile "O niortunate
T h ia o ld reliable and
most successful spec
i a l i s t in San Fraccis-
f oo, still con tin u es to
\ cure all 8exnt»! and
Sem in al Diseases,
Isnoh as Gonorrbes-
|G 1 e e t, 8 t r i o t n re,
■ S y p h ilis, in all it
|form s.8kin Diseases.
• N e r v o u s Debility.
Irapotency . Seminal Weakness and Loss of
M anhood, the consequence o f self-abuse
and excesses producing the following sympa
loin s: Sallow countenance, dark spots un
der the eyes, pain in the head, rinp:ng in
th t ears, loss o f confidence, diffidence, in
approaching strangers, palpatation o f the
heart, weakness o f th e limbs and back, loss
of m em ory, pim ples on the face, oonghs-
consu m otion e tc .
DR. G IB B O N has practised in San Fran
oisoo over 41 vearsan J those troubled should
not fail to o M.salt him and receive theben-
efit o f his i?reat skil l and experience. The
d-ictor cor s when others fail. Try him.
CC RES G U A R A N T E E D . Persons cured
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