Semi-weekly herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1904-1905, July 08, 1904, Image 1

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SEMI -WEEKLY
VOL
C O Q U IL L E
21.
P r o f e is io n a l C a r d a .
The Liberty Bell
WALTER CULIN, M. D.
DR. M. 0. STEMMLER,
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Tuttle Hotel.
C oqu ille
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Oregon.
COQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT CO.
S tr.
D IS P A T C H
Tom White, Master,
l eaves
I Arrives!
¿ T d o n ....... 7 A-M. I C o q M
.10 A N.
Coquille....... 1 P-M. | Bandon . . . . 4 F-M.
Connects at Coquille with train for Marshfield
and steamer Ksho for Myrtle Point.
S tr.
F A V O R IT E
,T. C. Moomaw. Master,
Leaves
I Arrives
Coquille....... 7 a m . I Bandon. .10:45 A-M.
Bandon......... 1 P-M. I Coquille. 4:45 P-M.
S tr.
R E T A
Alva I«e , Master,
I .eaves
I Arrives
C oquille ....... 1 P-M. | Bandon . . . . ft P-M.
Bandon....... 7 A ll. | Coquille.. .1 1 a - m .
l ’arrylug passengers and mail.
Coquille River Transportation Co.
S tr.
L IB E R T Y
W . R. Panter, Master.
Lrsvrs
| Arrive,
Bandon........ 7 a - m . j Coquille — 10 a - m .
Coquille....... 1 p-M. I Bandon------4 I p M.
Makes connection with train at Coquille
and up-river boats.
T. W. PAN TE R , Managing Owner
S tr.
E C H O
T. W . McCloskey. Master,
Arrives
Leaves
Myrtle Point . .7 a m . Coquille C’y 9:30 A-M.
Myrtle F t. .4:00 r-M.
Coquille C ity... 1 P-
Daily except Sunday.
W E L C O M E
north and south are one again iu
Iheir love for their country and
their pride in its freedom. The
grand old bell will be cherished and
venerated as long as the love of lib­
erty snd the honor of those who
founded the republic remain chu..
acteristics of the American people.
Wreck on Fire.
Litchfield, 111., July 3— The Chi­
cago Limited on the Wabash Rail­
road, due in S t Louis st 7 p. m., a
half hour late and running 50 miles
an hour, was wrecked tonight inside
the city limits. The engine ran in­
side an open Bwitch and struck a
freight train on a siding. The en­
gine aud the first three coaches were
piled in a heap across the track,
caught fire and were consumed.
It is believed that 20 persons
perished in these coaches and that
40 were injured. Three of the in­
jured have since died.
The last
car on the train, a special from Wis-
cousin, was pushed back and saved.
Nearly all the passengers were
bound for St. Louis, and many of
them were delegates to the Demo­
cratic National Convention.
I. R. Mills, one of the dead, was
Internal Revenue Collector at De­
catur, 111., and a prominent Repub­
lican.
A V e r y C la s e C a ll.
“ I stuck to my engine, altho ugh
every joint ached and every nerve
was racked with pain,” writes C. W.
Bellamy, a locomotive fireman, of
Burlington, Iowa, “j was weak
and pale, without any appetite and
all run down. As I was about to
give up, I got a botte of Electric
Bitters, and after taking it’ I felt as
well as I ever did in my life.”
Weakly, sickly, run down people al­
ways gain new life, strenght and
vigor from their use. Try them.
Satisfaction guaranteed by R. S.
Knowlton. Price 50 cents.
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Buy Horses in America.
New York, July 4,— The Japanese
government is stated to have prac­
tically placed an order for 10,000
selected cavalry horses with a New
York firm which supplied many
cavalry horses to Great Britain dur­
ing the Boer War. It is understood
that the order calls for the smallest
type of cavalry horse, of which a
large supply is not readily obtain­
able. It is insisted by the Japanese
that the horses shall be delivered at
the rate of 2,000 a month to trans­
ports on the Pacific Coast.
W ea k H ea rts.
are caused by indigestion. If you
eat a little too much, or if you are
subject to attacks of indigestion, tha
storotMh expands— swells aud puffs
up against the heart. This crowds
the heart and shortens the breath.
Rapid heart beats and heart disease
is the final result Kodol Dyspep­
sia Cure digests what you eat, takes
the strain off the heart, cures indi­
gestion, dyspepsia, sour stomach,
contributes
nourishment,
Besides proclaiming the Declara­ and
strength and health to every organ
tion of Independence, the dear old
of the body. Sold by R. S. Knowl­
bell has rung out joyful tones in ton.
celebration of the surrender of
Urge* College Men to Marry.
Cornwallis at Yorktown, in welcome
to the victorious General Washing­
Ithaca, N. Y. —In bis address to
ton at the close of the Revolution
and in hoDor of the treaty of peace. 527 graduates who received diplo­
Muffled and hushed it has tolled mas at the thirty-sixth annual com­
mournfully at the death o f Wash­ mencement of Cornell University,
ington, Jefferson, John Adams, La­ President Jacob Qould Scburman
fayette and John Marshall, and, delivered a fierce denunciation of
singularly enough, it was while it unmarried oolli-u^men.
‘•I have no uatjence,” he said, “ for
was being tolled at the death of
the
college
. —His who deliber­
John Marshall, last of the signers
of the Declaration of Independence ately elect bachelordom. In this
that the crack was received which country, here there is no place for
attracts the attention o f those who drones and idlers, the primary duty
behold the relic.
The bell had a of every young man is to earn a liv­
great journey to Boston for the ing, but this is the lowest expecta­
Bunker Hill celebration a yqar ago. tion that can be had of you. It is
It started from the statehouse on a equally your duty to provide for a
truck adorned with flowers and wife and family.
“The college man who delibertely
bunting as a triumphal chariof^nd
was placed on a car handsomely leads a single life, whose social
built and decorated with six large circle is the club and whose relig­
flaga. On the route the bell re­ ion is refined and fastidious epicure­
It would not
ceived a great ovation. The stations anism is not a man.
be
worth
while
to
maintain
colleges
were thronged, factory whistles
and
universities
for
froth
like
that.
screeched their welcomes, farmers
turned from the plow to wave a Certainly Ezra Cornell contemplated
rough but sincere godspee I, and a worthier product when he found­
ed this university, dedicated both to
everywhere a most patriotic greet­
practical and liberal education.”
ing was extended.
When the bell went to New Or­
leans in 1885 it made a stop at Bi.
O. Willard. Master,
.
Leaves
I
Arrive«
lori, where Beauvoir, the home of
Myrtle Point 1 JO r-M. I CnqpQkCTy 44)0 p - m
Q quill« City 7 JO A-M. I Myrtle F t 10:00 a - m . Jefferson Davis, was situated, and
Connects with lower-river boats at Coquille the tributes it received and the
City f« r Bandon and intermediate points.
speeches made proved that the
Ample barge« for handling freight.
S tr.
OREGON,
Santos Dumont, the flying ma­
chine expert, haa got to St. Louis
with bis steerable airship “ No. 7 ”
to compete for the $100,000 prize.
The first trip will be made in July.
Langley's Buzzard sleeps.
TUESDAY,
JULY
Practical Philosophy.
Note and Comment
Collier's Weekly, commenting ed­
itorially on the lessons we may learn
from the eventful history now mak­
ing in the Orient, calls attention to
the practical character of Japanese
philosophy pertaining to the com­
mon affairs of life, and especially
such as have to do with physical
sustenance and development. The
burden of thought in this connec­
tion of National diet and hygiene, a
subject in which Europeans aud
Americans have of late years be­
come much concerned.
With the
latter people, however, this physico-
philosophy of liviDg has advanced
in its geneial effect hut little be­
yond the speculative stage; while
with the people of Japan it has
aged to the measure of common use.
Regularity and simplicity of diet;
cleanliness and plenty of exercise
taken ìd the aggregate, are, with us,
things that the doctors talk about
rather than the things we practice.
Not so with the Little Brown Man,
they are among his National habits.
As intimated by the writer in
Collier’s, it is intimated, it is not
necessarily a mooted question if we
should abandon meat* foods and be-
oome vegetarians, as are the Japan­
ese; but from them we may learn
that nutrition and not mere pleas­
ing of the palate is to be viewed as
she essential gastronomical consid­
eration. A people physically strong
may easily become nationally wise,
is an axiom that is now being dem­
onstrated in Japan’s conduct of an
armed conflict—end further in the
entire readiness with which she
adapts herself to the higher require­
ments of a civilization she is just
exploiting. In this respect the in­
habitant of the Island Kingdom is
the tutor and not the pupil. His
philosophy is of a maternal char­
acter, but very practical, and not
altogether unpromising of future
supremacy unless it shall be care­
fully studied and adopted by others.
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While the Filipinos are swinging
round the circle some mayor ought
to take them to a court house and
show them a trial by jury.
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An Orphan Defined.
The word “ orphan” occurred in
the Sunday school lesson.
Miss
Ida V. Stamps asked if any of the
little boys in the class knew what
an orphan was.
There was no re­
sponse. Thinking to help the littlg
fellows search out the right answer,
Miss Stamps, the teacher, said:
“ Why, children, I’m an orphan;
now can’t you tell me what an or­
phan is?”
Up went the baud of a little boy.
“ All right, Johnnie,” said the
teacher, “ that’s a good boy. You
tell us what an orphan is.”
“An orphan,” roplied the little
fellow, without the slightest hint of
a smile and with deep earnestness,
“ an orphan is a young lady what
wants to get married and can’t.”—
Silas Xavier Floyd, in July Lippin-
cott’s.
Deported Miner Commit* Suicide.
Denver, Colo.,— Emil L. Johnson,
a miner who was deported from
Cripple Creek by the military,
committed suicide here.
He was
despondent because his wife and
two small children were left desti­
tute in Cripple Creek.
The pill that will, will fill the bill,
Without a gripe.
To cleanse the liver, without a quiver,
Take one at night.
DeWitt’s Little early risers are
small, easy to take, easy and gentle
in effect, yet they are so certain in
results that no one who uses them
is disappointed. For quick-relief
from biliousness, sick headache,
torpid liver, jaundice, dizziness and
all troubles arising from an inac­
tive, sluggish liver, Early Risers
are unequalled.
Sold by R. S.
Knowlton.
The census office estimates that
electricity has entered into the life
of this country to the extent of $7
worth per year for each man, woman
and child of the population.
Of
this $3 is supplied by the electric
traction companies, $1.90 worth by
the electric light concerns and 75
cents worth by the telephone com­
panies.
The telegraph also takes
about 50 cents a year from each of
the 75,000,000 people, while the rest
of the $7 is charged off to electric
fire alarm«, signals and general sup­
plies.- -E x.
N O . 52
8 , 1904.
Cortelyou’s or Metcalf’s investi­
gation of the steamboat horror in
New York is being “ carried on
quietly by the government.”
Too
quietly?
C
o q u il l e
Steam Laundry
P H O N E 116
NOSLER & LYONS
P R O P R IE T O R S
Perdicaris was captured by the
bandit iu evening dress.
This
shows that Bailey of Texas was
Reasonable Rates
right as to the peril of wearing a Experienced Help
swallow tail coat.
Special Rates to F am ilies and Hotels
Thirty-two out of forty-five states
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will choose their governors this fall. W e m ake onr ow n soap and know its ingredients. N o injurious.ch em icals used.
Some of them wonld do quite as
O ur baskets will be left at all the principal points on the river.
Goods called for and delivered in C oquille C ity.
well as they have done if they were
to draw the names by lot out of a
hat
Best o f W o rk
No Raisouli will get hold of the
body of Levi Lciter. The ooffin in
Rock Creek cemetery, Washington,
is framed in massive steel girders
and fourteen tons of cement have
been poured around it
T H E
Who tied the cow’s tail to his leg in the process of milk­
ing; said she had not dragged him over two miles before
he realized he had made a mistake.
How 3^-u.cTi H’artlier
Ex-Mayor Van Wyck of New York
City, ignoring his political alli­
ances, has gone to spend a few
months in Europe. He has had a
remarkable streak of luck in Wall
Street, and is $2,200,000 richer
than he was six months ago.
A man named Netcber, a Chicago
storekeeper, got bis life insured
last December for ¿500,000, and
now he is dead.
It is wonderful
how lucky some men are. He only
paid one premium, of $19,940, and
in six months he received half a
million cash.
Among the things being studied
very earnestly now by promoters
and economists is the petroleum-
fuel problem.
It seems probable
that it will be solved in a year or
two with such tremendous saving
on steamships and locomotives as
will amount to a commercial revo­
lution.
Iieeds, England, operates the
street railroads under municipal
law. The fares are two cents and
four cents (on different’ kinds of
cars.) The net profit last year was
a quarter of tbr entire ¡Tlcome, or
$416,000. The city also does its
own electric lighting at one-third
of the former expense.
A crusade has been begun in
Washington by an earnest old gen­
tleman name^l Dr. Fell. It has for
its object the obolition of blinders
and overdraw check rein on horses.
He pleads with strangers on the
street and in many instances induces
them to release their horses from
all restraints compatible with safe­
ty.
Trusts in this country are declin­
ing in i umber and power. In 1901
the total amounted to $3,700,000,-
000. In 1902 the total was $2,600,-
000,000. In 1903 it was $1,650,.
000,000, and in the first fije
months of the present year the ag­
gregate was only $403,000,000.
The trust bugbear is Evidently be­
coming less terrible.
Dr. Emil Reich, a German, has
written up American women in a
British magazine. He has discov­
ered that what ails thorn is over-
mentalization, defeminization, and
hypergalvanization.
He calls at­
tention to the superorganization
of the Spartan women, and says
that our danger lies in the same di­
rection.
The girls Bbould look
out.
Patrick Collins, Mayor of Bos-’
ton. is sailing ¿lose to the wind.
He has vetoed a measure giving
the firemen a leave of absence, say­
ing “ Just now, when in the indus-
trial and commercial world a de.
pression exists and a more serious
one threatens, it is a good time for
all men on our city pay rolls to
atop brooding
over imaginary
grievances or bewailing their lo t
American women began some
years ago to call their dresses
“ gowns,” under the impression that
it was English.
They are just
learning that this is an American,
ism and that Queen Victoria and all
her daughters and the ladies of the
British nobility have usually spoken
of their “ dresses” and not of thsir
"gowns.” It seens to have been a
bit of flunkeyiag that has nnscar-
I ried.
2 / E - A . 2 ST
Must you be dragged before you realize you are making a
mistake in not using Electric Lights.
ALL THE LEADING
DEALERS HANDLE
THE CELEBRATED
Magnolia W hisky
ROTHCHTLD BROS.
DISTRIBUTORS
PORTLAND: OREGON.
T h e latest in
MILLINERY
at M r s. C. 1«. M oon’s
You dffll find the latest in spring and summer Millinery
a t my store
Dress Trimming and Fancy Goods in General, Stamp­
ing done to order.
M r s . C . J V lo o n . ‘ '
FRONT STREET, COQUILLE. OR.
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Though inanimate nod therefore
insensible of the affection bestowed
C oquill * C it y , O«*, upon it, the Liberty bell, which
Kronenberg Bidé
T eleph one 3.
pealed out the news of the adoption
Next Door to P. O,
of the Declaration of Independence,
is revered and loved by all the pat­
P H Y S IC IA N A N D S U R G E O N .
riotic people of the United States.
Office over
M yktlb P oint , It is cracked now, and its tones aro
P erkinb’ Drug Store.
U «* cion .
no longer mellow, but it is venerated
and held in honor as a priceless
hacker
treasure of the young republic of
A B S T R A C T E R OE T IT L E S .
the west. So careful of the Liberty
C oquille C it y , O h *
bell are its duly appointed guard
ians that when a request was made
A. J. Sherwood,
that it be sent to the city of St.
A ttobnhy ì t -L lw ,
Louis to be exhibited in the exposi­
tion now being held there in com­
N otary P ublic ,
memoration of the Louisiana pur­
C oqu ille,
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Oregon
chase the request was a! first de­
nied. Tt was not until 50,000 school
children had petitioned for its ex.
Walter Sinclair,
hibition where it might be viewed
ATro»N*i-iT-LAw,
and honored by many millions of
N otaby P u b lio ,
people and receive especial honor
Coquille,
Oregon.
upon Independence Day, 1904, that
the required permission for its re­
moval from Philadelphia was ob­
Hall & Hall,
tained.
A ttobnbib - at -L aw ,
The old bell has made several
Dentei in K bal E btatb o f a ll k in d s.
trips about the country and has
M arshfield, Oregon.
been the recipient of demonstrations
as imposing and enthusiastic as if it
were a conqueror returning home
J. Curtis Snook, D. D. S.
from a victorious war.
In 1885 it
D int 1 st ,
went to the Industrial and Cotton
Offloe two doors sooth Odd Fellow's Hall
exposition at New Orleans. It next
went on a journey to Chicago to at­
Will make Handon a professional visit
tend the world’s fair in celebration
the first Monday in each quarter.
of the discovery of America. It was
C oqu ille, Oregon.
taken to the Cotton States and In­
ternational exposition at Atlanta in
T
1895 and to the South Carolina and
E . D. Sperry.
W . C . Chase.
West Indian Exposition at Charles­
ton in 1902. A year ago it made a
SPERRY & CHASE,
journey to Boston to take part in
At tornes-at-Law.
the anniversary of the battle of
Bunker
Hill.
Between 1778 and
Offloe in Robinson Building,
1885 the old bell contented itself
C oqu ille,
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Oregon.
with staying in Philadelphia. Dur­
ing the British occupation of the
Quaker City in 1777 it was removed
E. G. D. Holden,
from the statehouse and taken to
L awthb ,
Bethlehem, where it was placed in
Justice o f the Pesos. City Keoorder, U.B.
Zion’s church, but it was returned
Commission er, General Insurance
to its old place in the statehouse
Jua% 27, 1778.
Agent and Notary Public.
The Liberty hell was cast by
Offloe in Robinson Building.
Thomas Lester, Whitechapel, Lon­
C oqu ille, Oregon.
don, and arrived in America in
Aligust, 1752. It whs recast iu 1753
because of a crack it had sustained.
Geo. Russell, M. D.,
It wns ordered by the assembly of
P hysician and S ubokon ,
Pennsylvania, and August 27,1753,
Offloe upstairs in MARTIN BUILDING
called the members together for the
Calls promptly answered day or night.
first time in the statehouse. It was
Night call will be answered from Mrs.
on July 8, 1776, that Andrew Mc­
Wickham’ s Boarding House.
Nair rang out upon it the proclama­
Phone, main 136.
tion o f the Declaiation of Independ­
C oqu ille,
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Oregon.
ence. The bell is twelve feet in cir­
cumference around the lip and seven
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feet six inches around the crown.
Every school child knows its in­
d e n t i s t ■
scription,“ Proclaim liberty through­
A. F. Kirshman,
out all the land unto all the inhabit­
Offloe at Residence, one block east of ants thereof.— Lev. xxv, 14.”
P H Y S IC IA N A N D SU RGEON
C IT Y ,
HERALD.
l/New Drug
Store.!
G EO - A - CH URCH M AN, PROP
GENERAL LINE OF CHEMICALS, DRUGS, PATEN T
MEDICINES, DRUGGISTS’ SUPPLIFJ5
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.
P r e s c r ip tio n s
A Specialty.
Having had many years of experience in this line
we are prepared to give all the
best of satisfaction.
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Coquille, Oregon.
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Chas. Grissen
Music C°
2 v C a r e h .fi.e ld L , O r e .
Agents for leading makes of
Pianos and Organs
We bay for Cash from Manufactures and tberefofe can
sell you at bottom prices. Wo also carry a full line of
Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Strings
And everything else in the music line.
CHAS. GRISSEN MUSIC CO.
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