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Leading Events of Twentieth Week
of the War.
The sale and reliable t w in - .^ ®
e r The New and Speedy.
June 23rd— Russian Port Arthur
squadron, under Adm'ral Witteet,
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consisting of tl battleships, 6 cruis
C. P. Jensen, Master
New Manufacturing Industry.
ers sod 14 destroyers, makes an
Will make regular trip* between
appearance at the entrance of the
North Bend at the present time harbor. Admiral Togo is informed
Coquille River and San
supports several large manufactur wirelessly of the presence of the
ing institutions, and several more Russian fleet and immediately ad
are about to be established here. vances with his battleship squadron
N o Stop-over at W a y Ports.
O f those that are positively assured supported by a number of cruisers
Eleetiic Liable. Everything in First
aro a pulp and paper mill, a furni and destroyers. The Russians re
ture factory, a box factory, a large fuse to fight, evidently intending to
The only perfect writing machine
shingle mill and a cannery. The make a dash at sundown toward the made. The writing is in plain view
manufacturing establishments al South and escape into Vladivastok. of the operator all the time—simplest
Capt. Nelson, Master,
ready in operation in North Bend As soon as darkness falls Admiral and strongest construction, rapid
An elegant assortment of neiv Wash materials jor early
aro two large lumber mills, a sash Togo sends in a fleet of destroyers action, easy touch, adapted to all
Will make regular trips between
and door factory, a milk condensery and torpedo boats. After eight at kinds of work— best for tabulating
and a woolen mill.
A large iron tacks by the torpedo flotillas, the and invoice work, universal key
Immense line of staole ana Fancy Ginghams f Prices 8 13-
foundry and machine shops are Japanese succeed in sinking the board, removable type action, in
to 20 cts. per yd.
nearly ready to begin operations. Russian battleship "Feresviet” and stantly cleaned. Treble the life of
Carrying passengers and freight at
There is no city in the.United States disabling another battleship “ Sev. any other machine for good, clean
Large assortment of white and champagne colored merceri
that has a bigger pay roll in pro astopol” and a cruiser, “ Diana.” work. Send for Catalogue.
zed Oxfords for Waists from 20 to 90 cts. per. yd,
portion to its population than
Japanese destroyer "Shirakumo”
Pcal>s, in latest patterns 7 1-2 to 20cts per yd.
North Bend. More than $40,000
and “ Chidori” receive a shell and
Go'co, 20 yards to the Dollar.
208 WOOD St., Pittsburg, Pa.
monthly is paid out in this city for three men are killed and three
F. 8. D O W , Agent,
8 O CO., Agent,
labor, and its population is only a wounded.
n o t ic i : t o c r e d it o r s
Lattes' Heady-made Summer suits and waists.
little more than 1,200.
Japanese torpedoboats, Nos. 53,
Notine is hereby Riven that the under
D A I R Y R A N C H F O R S A L E ).
words, there is paid monthly in
has been duly appointed adm inis
280 acres, about 4 acres hill, balance i
64 and 66 are also slightly dam signed
trator o f the partnership estate o f W . H.
this city the handsome sum of $33.62 aged. The "Peresyiet” is a battle £rd ioe, d eceased, And th a ta il persons h a v best river bottom, 3 miles from Coquille,
good steamboat landing; 60 acres im
for every man, woman and child.
ship of the first class. 12,672 tons required to p resent them , dnly verified, to proved, plenty fruit, new 40-cow dairy |
There is every reason to expect burden, with 4 10-inch, 11 6-incb, the undersigned at the C oqu ille City oam, good spring water, one of the m o st1
Creamery in Coos oonn ty, O regon, w ithin desirable locations on Coquille river;
Remember our Popular-price Shoe department,
that the population and the pay roll 16 3-inch, and 29 smaller guns and six m onths from th e d ate hereof.
will sell all or will sell in parcels to suit j
Dated this 1st day o f F ebruary, 1904.
purchaser. For particulars, prices and I
will be doubled within the next 12 5 torpedo tubes. She was the fast
S. M. N o slb r ,
Large assortment of up-to-date Hats just received, compris
A dm inistrator o f the P artnership Estate terms inquire at M. A. Pierce's drygoods
store, in Coquille.
est of her class, having 19.1 knots o f W . H . E rdioe, deoeased.
ing the Steadson, Crizzly and Dunlap, the best on earth,
North Bend is destined to become ■peed to her credit. The “ Sevas
FRA TERN AL ORDERS.
one of the foremost manufacturing topol” is a battleship of 11,000 tons
cities on the Pacific coast.
Not a burden, with a speed of 16.3 knots
Parties owning logs branded "H .
single person ever came to North and an armament of 4 12-inch, 12 B. F.,” “J. C.,” “ I. X. L . ” “ J. B.” Q 0Q UIUE LODGE, NO. 53, I. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Saturday night.
Bend and investigated the condi 6-inch and 13 smaller guns and 4 or “ D. F.," will please remove same
G eo . T. M oulton , N. G.
tions here existing, who went away torpedo tubes. The “ Diana” is a and pay ell damages and labor J. S. L awrence
, Sec’ v.
and said that the development of protected cruiser of 6,630 tons with against same or I will appropriate
Q0QUILLE ENCAMPMENT, NO. 25, I. 0. 0. F.
was a mushroom a speed of 20 knots and an arma said logs to my own use.
W. M. H amilton ,
Meets the first and third Thursday
growth, or that it was not entirely ment of 6 6-inch, 20 3-inch and 8
nights in each month.
smaller guns besides 4 torpedo
L. II. H aza r d , C. P.
S c w iu g .
I. H acker , Scribe.
The Post has recently learned tubes.
N O T IC E F O R P U B L IC A T I O N .
Mrs. H . 8. Dicks will do all kinds of
Marquis Oyama is appointed to sewing.
from a most reliable source that a
Prices reasonable. Apply at |y|AMIE REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 20.
D epartm ent of t o e I n te r io r ,
Meets the second anil fourth Wednes
company is ehortly to be organized supreme command of the Japanese residence.
Land Office at Rose burg, Oregon,
to manufacture brick in North forces in Manchuria with Lieuten
Notice is hereby given that in com
Mss. K athryn S lagle , N. G.
The brick will be made ant-General Kodama as bis chief of
pliance with the provisions of the act of
M bs . M amie S lagle , Sec’y .
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "A n
Oyama is the hero of the
A good prescription
from ocean sand and can be sold at staff.
act for the sale of timber lands in the MITCHELLS
QHADWICK LODGE, NO. 68, A. F. A A. M.
a good profit for $10 por thousand. Ping Yang cattle, having defeated
states of California, Oregon, Nevada,
Meets the Saturday night on or be and Washington Territory,” as extended
The 5-cent packet is enough for usual
It is said that the company will be
occasions. The family bottle (60 cents) fore the full moon.
to all the public land States by act of
Hare Bargains in Second-Hand W heels.
W h eels to Rent.
D r . W . C ulin , W. M
incorporated for $50,000. It will army ten years ago. He was form contains a supply for a year. All drug
August 4, 1892, Beniamin Gotter, of
Repairing Done on Short Notica.
co nty of Douglas, state of
em ploy in the neighborhood of 30 erly chief of the military strategic
Oregon, has this day filed in this office
board at Tokio. The vacancy caused
gEULAH CHAPTER, NO. 6, 0. E. S.
men, and perhaps more.
his sworn statement No. 6227 for the
A L B E R T F IS H ,
purchase of the NE)^ of section No. 30
by his appointment is filled by Mar
Meets next Friday night.
l l i t l erto the white scrub sand of
township No. 26 south, range No. 10 East End of Front St.
We the undersigned want it un
M rs . K athryn S lagle , W . M.
west, and will offer proof to show that
the (i.nan beach has been consider
derstood that the tickets marked ------------------- , Sec'y.
the land sought is more valuable for its
June 24th.— St. Petersburg dis
ed of no value, but it has been left
Dispatch and Favorite are not good
timber or stone than for agricultural
IjrCURCUS LODGE, NO. 72 , K. P.
purposes and to establish his claim to
for a North Bend business man to patch states the damage done upon on Str. Antelope, and that when such
Meets the second and fourth Tuesday said land before the Register and Re
the Japanese by the Vladivostok tickets are purchased from Capt.
d.scover that there is a great for
nights each month in Odd Fellows’ hall. ceiver of this office at Roseburg, Oregon
s q u a d r o n as 1,000 men killed and Panter they will not be honored.
tune in it.
on Friday, the 9th day of September,
C iias . S chroeder , C. C.
1904. He names as witnesses: W . L.
T hos . W h it e ,
R. H. M ast , K. R. S.
e years ago a machine and
Cobb, J. TV. Porterfield, Jacob Rogers,
J o h n C. M o o m a w .
Port Arthur is bombarded from
and Thos. Cobb, each and all of Rose- SW EET CREAM
QOQUILLE LODGE, A I27, A. 0. U. W.
1 i ci s was patented in Germany
bu r;, Oregon.
land and sea for 12 hour#
Meets the second and fourth Monday
.nufacturing brick from sand
Any and all persons claiming adverse
nights each month in Odd Fellows’ half. ly the above -decribed lands are request
June 25th,— Russian Vladivostok
MILK j |ND
mixed with lime, the process of
R. E. N obler , TV. M.
ed to file their claims in this office on or
squadron is reported to be out in
which requires a tremendous steam
O. F. R oiirkr , Rec.
before said 9th day of September, 1904.
the Korean waters again.
J. T B r id g e s , Register.
pressure. The patent right of this
|MPERIAL LODGE. NO. II, 0. OF H.
June 26th.—Japanese army under
ani'htfiory for the United States was
Meets the first and third Monday
General Kuroki wins a decisive bat
nights each month in Odd Fellows'half.
let by th#patentee and the machin
tle near Tashi Chao and forces the Of Insanity Despite
Miss G race S keels , C. H.
ery has been introduced into this
M bs . I. N. PLYLEh, Rec.
main Russian body to retreat to tho
country* It is used in certain East
H||YRTLE CAMP, NO. I97, W. 0. W.
ern localities with great success.
T h i s o l d r e l i a b l e and
Meets the first and third Saturday
June 27th.—Japanese army in Nervous C ram ps in
m o st s n o o e s s fa l spec- ;
In Florida, near Lakeland, a gentle
nights of each month.
i a l i e t i n S a n F ra n cis- j
vesting Port Arthur from the land
o o , still o o n t in n e s to '
\V. II. M ansell , C .C .
man recently established a plant
enre a ll S e x n p ! and :
side defeats the Russians and cap
J. G. S immons , Clerk.
S e m in a l D is e a s e s , |
for the manufacture of brick from
Dr. M iles' Nervine W a s
U P TO D K TE,
tures three outer forts.
su ch as G o n o rrh e a - j
tho Florida sand, and has been able
l e e t , S t r i o t n re,
June 28th. — Japanese occupy
S y p h i l i s , in a ll it,
Meets the second and fourth Thnrs-
to produce a very superior quality
¡form s, S k in D ise a se s. |
v nights of each month in Odd Fel-
Kaichou after a severe battle with
Sleeplessness is at once a symptom and a
N e r v o u s D e b ilit y ,
of the article. The brick aro very
disease. Just as soon as the nerves becom e
Im p o te n c y ,S e m in a l W eakness a n d L oss o f
deranged the patient suffers from sleepless
hard, uuiform in size and weight,
M a n h o o d , th e con seq u en ce o f self-abnse
is. H attie I. B i . eoroe , Sec’ y.
June 29tb.—Generals Kuroki and ness. Deprived of their natural rest the
and excesses producin g th e fo llo w in g sym pa
and can be made in any color de
nerves soon lose all force and vitality and
tom s: S allow co a n te n a n o e , dark s p o ts un
Oku effect a juncture of their two while sleeplessness is a symptom in such
der th e e y e s , p ain in th e h e a d ,r in g in g in
sired. They are much more dur
BAXTER BROS. PROPS.
cases it frecjuently becomes chronic and
ENING TIDE CIRCCE, NO. 214. W. 0. W.
th e e a rs, lo ss o f co n fid e n c e , diffidence, in
armies, and a battle with Kuropatkin remains
the chief effect of disordered nerves.
ro a ch in g s tr a n g e r s , p a lp a ta tio n o f the
able than the ordinary clay brick,
Meets the second and fourth Satur- h a p e a p rt,
Dr. Miles’ Nervine quiets the nerves and
w ea k n ess o f t h e lim b s and back, loss
y nights of each month.
strengthens them; soothes the tired brain
and can be sold for several dollars
o f m e m o ry , p im p le s o n the fa ce , oonghs-
and permits sleep; restores lost energy and
o o n s n m n tio n e t c .
Cure of Chronic Ofnrrhnen Alter vitality
M rs . W. H . M ansell . G. N.
per thousand cheaper.
and brings sleep, health and strength.
T cu Years oi .uttering.
ise O. S immons , Clerk.
D R . G IB B O N h a s p r a c t is e d in San Fran
“ Previous to our coining to the territory
These sand brick contain 8 per
eisoo o v e r 41 years an 3 th o s e trou b led should
three years ago, we lived in Virginia, and ft
t fa il to o o u s n lt h im a n d receive th e ben
was there that I got acouaintcd with the
powers of Dr. Miles’ Nervine. I JUSTU S LODGE. NO. 35, RATHBONE SISTERS efit o f his g re a t s k i l l a n d e xp e rie n ce . T he
praise o f Chamberlain's Colic, wonderful
r ca res w hen o t h e r s fa il. T ry him .
had been under the doctor’s care and tailing
Tho agent of the company which
Meets the first and third Tuesday
U R E S G U A R A N T E E D . Persona cured
Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy,” his medicine for over two years, but the nerv nights each month in Odd Fellows’ hall. C
a t h o m e . C h a rg e s r e a s o n a b le . Call or
manufactures the machinery neces
ous trouble that was gnawing my life away
say Mrs. Mattie Burge, of Martins grew steadily worse. I had nervous cramps
D R . J . F . G IB B O N ,
M h a . F r k d L in k o a r , E. Sr.
sary to produce the sand brick will
ray hands and legs, which would draw up M r s . R . H . M a s t , M . R . S.
R2Jm K’3 ie v s tr e e t. S an F ra n c is co
ville, Va. I suffered from chronic m
install tho machinery and thorough
diarrhoea for ten years and during night. Often I never closed my eyes lor
days and nights together. The doctor finally
ly demonstrate its practicability and
Has been entirely refitted, restocked and
that time tried various medicines told me he could do nothing more for me ana
the excellence of its product before
T H E OLD
that 1 was on the verge of insanity. H e told
is under new management. The class of
Delivered by W. H. Mansell to all parts offc£own at $
without obtaining any permanent me I might try your Nervine as a last resort,
goods can be judged from the following :
turning it over to the company.
and it proved to be my salvation. W hen I
relief. Last summer one o f my had
Large scales in connect ion
Weighing }0 cents per load
used four bottles of the remedy together
Tho gentlemen who are interested children was taken with cholera with the Nerve and Liver Pills I had re
CASTLEW00D, POWERS’ IRISH, WATSON’S SCOTCH,
my former good health.” — M rs .
HUNTER'S RYE, JESSE MOORE,
in tho venture do not care to have morbus, and 1 procured a bottle of gained
M a r t h a J. S h e f f r r , Omer, Oklahoma.
their names made public at this this remedy. Only two doses were
E X T R K
P O N Y . J. P . C U T T E R , N H T I O N ^ P R I D E .
All druggists sell and guarantee first bot
time, but just as soon as more defi. required to give her entire relief tle Dr. Miles’ Remedies. Send for free book
on Nervous and Heart Diseases. Addresa
GUCKENHE MER, HOLLAND 6IN, 010 TOM GIN,
nite arrangements have been ^ade I then decided to try the medicine Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart; Iud.
ROCHELLA, COGNAC BRANDY,
T H E OLD
We have just received another large consignment of
and the prospectus is prepared myself, and did not use all of o d b
S T B A m A| 4 D I iA O B R B E E R .
The Poet will publish further in
N O TIC E F O B P U B L IC A T IO N .
bottle before I was well aDd I
E l e g a n t H o u s e h o l d a n d O ffice
formation concerning the project.—
United States Land Office, R osebarg, Or.,
have never since been troubled
J. H . N A S B U R G , P r o p .
North Bend Post.
with that complaint. One cannot
N otice is hereby given that in co m p li
ance with the provisions o f the act o f Con
ssy too mnoh in favor of that won gress
o f Jane 3,1878, entitled “ An act for
Grover Cleveland has repeatedly
derful medicine." This remedy is the sale o f tim ber lands in the States o f |
C alifornia, Oregon, Nevada and W nshing- j
declared that he does not wish to be
for ssle by R. 8. Knowlton.
ton Territory,” ns extended to all the Pub !
president ngain and is undoubtUHy
lie Land States b y act o f August, 4, l#t>2, ,
Not a single v4fca is Pope has Attactof Heart Palpitation.
L E W IS E. BK O W N ,
F R O M
O f R iverton, connty o f Coos, State o f O r
pledged to him in tne convention,
egon, has this day filet! in this office his
Rome, July 6.—The pope suffer sworn statement No. 6247, fo r the purchase
but probably his name is spoken
o f the S. ^ o f NW .
and 8. W o f NE V4
oftencr than that of any other man ed from a sudden attack of palpita o f Section No. 8 in T ow nship N o. 28, S.
In the newest styles and patterns.
Range No. 11 W est, and w ill offer p roof to '
in connection with the nomination.
show that the land ■ought is m ore n l M b l t
He mav not bb the choice of the due to the heat and worry over Vati fo r its tim ber or stone t han fo r agricultural
purposes, and to establish his claim to said
C a ll a n d G e t O u r P r ic e s .
party, but if be should be, there is can affairs. The attack soon passed land before James W atson, C onnty Clerk o f
Coos county, O regon, at theoffioe o f oonnty
nothing whatever in the clamor but left his holiness very weak. clerk o f Coos county, O regon, at C oon ille, 1
on Saturday, the 17tn day o f Sen
against the "third term” that should His entourage was much alarmed. Oregon,
of all kinds and in quantities to suit
be for a moment considered.
H«» names as w itnesses:
W in. Myers.
Cland W aters. C larence W aters and Ar
objection to a third term relates of-
It is exceptional to find a family thnr Brown, all o f Lee, C oos cou n ty. Ore
course, only to a third consecutive where there are no domeetic rup 0M
Any and all persons claim ing adversely
term w hich a president incumbent tures oceasionly, but these can be the above-described lands arc requested to
file their claim s in this office on or before
might use bis office for the purpose
said 17th dav o f Septem ber. 1904.
C o n tra c to r a n d B u ild e r
Life Pills around
J. T . B RID G E S,
fa Two Deys.
they save by their great work in
P la n . :ind s p e c ific a t io n . a n d re lia b le
Stomach and Liver troubles. They
e s tim a t e . nn all k in 1- " I
b u ild in g s
OeW Itt’ s KUr 8alv* not only relieve you, but cure. 25c, One Minute Cough Cure
Seven MflBon boxes sold In past 13 months.
T h lS S ig n a t u re , ^
at R. S. Knowltons’ Drug Store.
F or Cough*. Coldo and C ro up. '
I'lH irn i.i, O r b .
For PHes, Burns, t e res.
TU ESD AY
JU L Y
Has just received a complete stock of new
W orsted Dress Goods,
Coos B a y and
S a n Francisco
PITTSBURG WRITING MACHINECo
OREGON COAL & NAVIGATION CO.
New Spring Clothing for Men and Boys.
We also carry a complete line of Groceries, Fiour
Our Price are Right. Farmers, bring your produce to
W. T. KERR & CO.
Best Wheels Out
To tïie "O niortunate
Co<)uille Ice & Cold-Storage Co.
Don’t Have Cold Feet
John Peart's Coal,
P R IC E S
Osborn 8 Co’s M ill, Bandon,
C A R P E T S , ETC.
Krewson & Goodman, of Coquille,
L. H. MORCAN,
T o Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets, j s / v l A