SEMI - WEEKL Y VOL 22 . C O Q U IL L E C IT Y ; O R E G O N ^ F R ID A Y . J U L Y Professional Cards.. Walter Culin, M. D. P h y u o u n and Suita kon C oquille C ity , O bk . Kronen berg Bldi N ext Door to P. ( Telephone 3. Stanley & Burns, Attorueye-at-Law, Heal EHtate, Collections. Bpocialtiea—Criminal and U. S. Land Caaes, Notaries Public. C oquillh , - O heqon . Dr. M. 0. Stemmier, P hysician and S urgeon . Office over Perkins’ Drug Store. M yrtle P oint , O regon . A. J. Sherwood, A ttorney at -L aw , N otary P üblio , Coquille, : : Oregon Walter Sinclair, A ttorney - at -L aw , N otary P ublic , Coquille, Oregon. T /. Hacker, A bstracter op T itles . C oquille C ity , O re Hall & Hall, A ttorn e ys - at - L a w , Dealer in H eal E state o f all kinds. M arshfield, Oregon. I J. Curtis Snook, D. D. S. D entist , Office two doors south Odd Fellow’ s Hall Will make Bandon a professional visit the first Monday in each quarter. C oqu ille, Oregon. T E. D. Sperry. W , C. Chase. SPERHY & CHASE, Attorneys-at-Law. Office in Robinson Building, Coquille, - - - Oregon. E. G. D. Holden, L awyer , Jastice o f the Peace, City Recorder, U. 8. Commissioner, General Insurance Agent and Notary Public. Office in Robinson Building. C oquille, H E RALD. Oregon. Geo. Russell, M. D., Conven- Portland should improve this oppor tunity. The Convention will adjourn in Portlnnd, Ore., July 15, 1904.— ample time to give all the delegates That the Oregon Development and the Indies accompanying them League Convention, to be held at an opportunity to enjoy a trolley the Marquam Grand theatre, in ride over the city, in which ten op- Portland, under the auspice» of eu cars will be used, jointly sup the Portland Commercial Club, plied with the compliments of the August 2 and 3, wili be a magnif City & Suburban Railway Co., and These icent success is now assured. It is the Portland Railway Co. desired that all delegates who can cars will start from Third and Yam do so will be at the Marquam Grand hill streets Wednesday afternoon, by 9:30 so as to register and re promptly at 3 o'clock, and two citi ceive badges, as it is especially de zens of Portland will be upon each sired that the Convention be called ear to point out places of especial T om R ichardson , to order not later than 10 o’clock interest. and get down to work immediately Mgr. Portland Commercial Club. • * for complete and effective organiza C u r e »1 C h r o n ic D i a r r h o e a A l t e r tion. T e n Y e a r s o l N iiffV rlu g . There will v,ut few set speech “ I wish to say a few words io es and these will be delivered by praise of Chamberlain’s Colic, practical men in the different in- dustrirs, and after each address Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy,” delegates to the Convention will be say Mrs. Mattie Burge, o f Martins given an opportunity to ask the ville, Va. 1 suffered from chronic speakers such questions as they de diarrhoea for tea years and during sire and to comment upon the facts that time tried various medicines presented. It has been suggested without obtaining any permanent that it would add greatly to the relief. Last summer one o f my effectiveness of the work if the del children was taken with cholera egates from different communities morbus, and I procured a bottle of will perfect an organization of their this remedy. Only two doses were required to give her entire relief delegation before leaving home. If each and every delegation will I then decided to try the medicine prepare condensed reports of actual myself, and did Dot use all o f one production, giving not only the bottle before I -was well and results accomplished by growers have never since been troubled and producers but the name of that with that complaint. One cannot grower or producer in the same say too much in favor of that won plain, direct language that an Ore derful medicine.” This remedy is gon farmer would use in writing to for sale by R. S. Knowlton. Oregon Development tion. an old friend in one of the distant states, then we will have matter for the use of the newspapers and the Immigration Departments of the railroads that will secure results. These reports should be written in duplicate, not - only for the use of the Portland papers, but to ensure a complete report of the proceed ings. If the Convention can take the form of an experience meeting, in which long speeches are left un said, and bright, pithy, striking points are made, it will ensure not only the permanency of the Oregon development League, but will be of benefit to every section of this state. A round trip open rate, good for everybody, has been put on by the railroads, and tickets are good for everybody, has been put on by the railroads, and tickets are good on all trains arriving in Portland on the afternoon of August 1, and morning of August 2, good to re turn until August 4, except that fares of 50 cents or less will not be reduced. It is advisable that those attending the convention should get definite particulars from their local agent as to the time of the de parture of trains. Residents of Oregon who take advantage of this rate and are not Offioe upstairs in MARTIN BUILDING delegates to the Convention, will Calls promptly answered day or night. be welcome to attend the Conven Night call will be answered from Mrs. tion, occupying seats in the balcony Wickham’ s Boarding House. and gallery. The seats in the par Phone, main 136. quet will be reserved exclusively Coquille, : : : Oregon. for delegates, Desiring to keep a record of this Convention, not only I in type but in illustrated fo*m for general circulation, a snap-shot A. F. Kirshman, photograph will be made exactly at D entist . eleven o ’clock Tuesday morning, Offioe at Residence, one block east of August 2. The taking of this pic Tuttle Hotel. ture will only occupy a minute or two of the Convention’s time. Coquille . - . Oregon, A committee from the Woman’s Club of Portland will have charge COQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT CO. of a trollry ride to be given to the wives, daughters, sisters and other Str. D IS P A T C H ladies accompanying delegates to Tom White, Master, the Convention, for which four Leaves | Arrives Bandon....... 7 a - m . I Coquille___ 10 a - m . large ears have been supplied with Coquille...... 1 p - m . | Bandon . . . . 4 P-M. the compliments of the Oregon Connects at Coquille with train for Marshfield Water Power k Railway Company. and steamer R A o for Myrtle Point. This special train of trolley cars Str. F A V O R IT E will leave the corner of First and J. C. Moomaw. Master, Alder streets exactly at 3 p. m., Leaves I Arrives Coquille....... 7 a - m . | Bandon. .10:45 a - m . Bandon......... 1 p - m . | Coquille . 4:45 p-M. August 2, for a trip to Canamnh Park, beyond Oregon City. P hysician and S ubobon , Str. R E T A Delegates to the Convention and ladies accompaning them are cor dially invited to attend a reception as the guests of the Commercial Coquille River Transportation Co. Club Tuesday evening from eight to eleven o’clock, and during both Str. L I B E R T Y days of the Convention, the rooms W. R. Panier, and especially the tower of the U tn i I Arrive. Commercial Club will be open for Bandon........ 7 A-M. I Coquille. ...10 a - m . Coquille ....... 1 p-n. j Bandon . . . . 4 p m . the use of visitors and delegates. Make, connection with train at < 'oqnille All those who have never had the and up-river boat.. T. W . PA NTKR, Managing Owner. pleasure of a bird's-eye view of Alva T^e, Master. Leave* I Arrives Coquille . ... 1 p - m . i Bandon___ 5 p - m . Bandon....... 7 A-M. J Coquille___ 11 a - m . Carrving passengers and mail. Douglas County to Have New Industry. Coos C ounty Man Honored. 29 , NO. 0 1904 . NO TES AN D CO M M EN T. The Pacific Woodman, the offi A grandson of Edward Everett vial paper o f the Woodmen of the Hale, the chaplain of the senate, World, published a splendid pic to build the great United Engineer ture of Mr. Frank B. Tichenor, of ing building in New York for which Myrtle 1’oint, who has recently been Andrew Carnegie gave $ 1 ,500,000 appointed state organizer. We The plans drawn by Mr. Hale have clip the following: have accepted. “’Mr. Tichenor is a young man of long acquaintance in fraternal work It is now said that radium will and comes bearing the largest rec cure corns. Take about $ 1,000 ommendations for ability, progrès- worth, and give the toe three ex siveness nnd untiring efforts in his posures of ten minutes each, and chosen work. For nine years he the corn will come away quite pain has been engaged in fraternal work lessly. A longer exposure might on the Pacific Coast, more recently bring the toe away with the corn. Coquille, Oregon. in California, where he achieved Speaker Cannon says it will be great success He comes from one of the earliest his duty to “ spring the surprise” pioneer families in Oregon. His o f his nomination on president grandfather, Captain William Tich Roosevelt in a five minutes speech at enor, is a historical character in Sagamore Hill, on the 27th inst., this State. He was born near Port Mr. Roosevelt will reply with Orford, Oregon, and during the speech of 36000 words, more or thirty years of his life he has lived less. in this State, except such time as France celebrated its fourth o f P H O N E 116 he was engaged in fraternal work July cn the 14th insl. The presi in California. At San Bernardino he labored for the Woodmen of the dent reviewed the troops; public World and was the ope who inaug balls were given in the evening and P R O P R IE T O R S free performances were given at all urated in California the scheme the opera houses and theatres. This that the Woodmen have in that is an improvement on the American State of taking part in Arbor Day method of firecrackers, tetanus and Experienced Help Reasonable Rates celebrations. In San Bernardino vast loss o f life. he caused to be planted on a single Special Rates to Families and Hotels day 4,000 troes. People who have been taking Mr. Tichenor conducted a cam automobile trips up the White We make our own soap and know its ingredients! No injurious chemicals used. paign in Los Angeles and initiated Our baskets will lie left at all the principal points on the river. Mountains have concluded that the Goods called for and delivered in Coouille City. 500 applicants to the lodge in a enjoyment is dangerous. It is bad single night. At another time he enough to be spilled out of the ma conducted exercises at which 406 R. E. SHINE, Vice Pres. L. H. HAZARD, Cashier chine on a level road, tumbling A. J. SHERWOOD. Pres. Woodmen were takon into the or over a cliff one thousand or five der at San Bernardino.” hundred feet high is too strenuous The H erald trusts that Mr. Tich even for an automobilist. enor will inaugurate schemes here O F COÇU IL1L1B, O R H G O f 4 . for the better observance of Arbor San Francisco is to have a aquar Day, as well as find great success T ra n sa c ts a General Banking B u sin e ss ium to cost from three to four mil in his regular work. lions of dollars. It will be the largest and most wonderful in the Board of Directors. Correspondents. Teachers' Institute. world. It is to be erected in R. C. Dement, A. J. Sherwood, National Bank of Commerce, New York City L. Harlocker, L. H. Hazard, Crocker Wool worth N ’l Bank, San Francisco The annual Teachers’ Institute Golden Gate park as a monument Isaiah Hacker, R. E. Shine. First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Or. for 1904 for Coos county will be to Lloyd Tevis, who accumulated a held in Coquille during the third large fortune in that city. The week in August, beginning at 1 p. largest two are now at Naples, Ijaly D m. on the 15th, and closing with and Brighton. England, the evening session the 18th. ------DEALER IN - A very strong corps of instructors The Delaware and Hudson rail including State Supt, Ackerman, road company has decided that for will conduct the daily work and the Inttire no one shall be employed address the audience at the evening who is under 21 or over 35 years. sessions. All teachers and friends rigid physical examination will a ■ • nda o f Leather Goods found in a. of education are cordially invited also be insisted upon. This is get Harness Sliop to be present. This should prove ting tilings down pretty fine. It one of our most successful meet would de interesting to know how I also do all kinds of repairing in this lino at reasonable figure ings. W. H. B unch , old the men are who made this f.r- C o q Lillie, Or. County Supt. bittary rule. Roseburg, Or., July 16.— Seven miles from thia place, on the ranch of Hon. Plum Cooper, a syndicate of Portland capitalists has in hand a project to devolop about 100 acres into*a lime quarry. Mixed in with the lime rock are other ores which may develop in sufficient quantities to make a paying proposition aside from the lime quarry. Mr. Cooper has burned the rock successfully and in fact furnished the lime that the contractors used the county courthouse here. Efforts are being made to have the railroad put a switch as near the quarry as practicable. From this switch it is the company’s in tention to run an endless track to the quarry, with the cars working by gravitation. Louis A. Greenly of Portland is Have the British any right to com superintending the enterprise which plain of Russians for overhauling will B upply the county with a new their ships iu the red sea, in view of industry. the frequency with which British —--- -—- .§* - ---- - men-of-war captured American W e a k H e a r ts . transports during the South African are caused by indigestion. If you war and confiscated their cargoee? eat a little too much, or if you are subject to attacks of indigestion, the The difference seems to be that it stomach expands--swells and puffs is now the Durham ox that is gored. up against the heart. This crowds the heart and shortens the breath. The pill that will, will till the bill, a erine. Rapid heart beats and heart disease To Without oleanee the liver, without n quivor, is the final result Kodo) Dyspep Take one at night. sia Cure digests what you eat, takes DeWitt’s Little earlv risers are the strain off the heart, cures indi small, easy to take, easy and gentle gestion, dyspepsia, sour stomach, in effect, yet they are so certain in and contributes nourishment, results that no one who uses them strength and health to every organ is disappointed. For quick relief of the body. Sold by R. S. Knowl from biliousness, sick headache, ton. torpid liver, jaundice, dizziness and all troubles arising from an inac A Sunday school picnic train tive, sluggish liver, Early Risers having been run into in Illinois, are unequalled. Sold by R. S. and many killed, it is now proposed Knowlton. — » - to call upon the legislature o f Illinois There is a suspicion that the to tegulate the running o f excur Canadian Government is doing sion trains. It is quite wonderful what it can to indudo Amerians how little forethough resides in the to emigrate into the northwestern American mind. Not until after territory. Large farms are offer the Iroquois theatre horror was it ed far almost nothing, exempt from thought necessary to make theatres taxation. It is an odd move, but safe; not until the burning of the stranger yet is the fact that many Slocum was it deemed necessary to many citizens of the great, glorious have steamships properly inspected, and prospérons Republic are ready and now not until after a train load to leave its borders, its flag, its of Sunday schoool children have traditions, and all the other good burned up, is any move made for things, and find shelter under the the safety of excursionists by rail. English flag. Possibly less taxa tion and a closer guarding of indi A V ir r C io w ( > ll. “ I stuck to my engine, although vidual rights in the United States every joint ached and every nerve might help out the situation. — ---- — was racked with pain,’ ’ writes C. W. Bellamy, a locomotive fireman, of Hay Baling Burlington, Iowa, “ j was weak --------- and pale, without any appetite and I am out with my hay press this all run down. As I was about to give up, I got a botte of Electric season and am ready and prepared Bitters, and after taking it* I felt as to do quicker and better work than well as I ever did in my_ life.” ever before. Will be in the neigh- Weakly, sickly, run down people al borbood of Coqnille 111 a few ways gain new life, strenght and days Terms, >J. 50 per ton. rigor from their use. Try them. R o y S t e v e n s , Satisfaction guaranteed by R. S. Pbcne 113. Myrtle Point. Knowlton. Price 50 cents. Knowlton's Drug Store T o ile t A rtic le s , S cho ol B o o ks a n d S chool S u p p lies, K o d a k s a n d K o d ak S up plies, Pine S ta tio n e r y a S p e c ia lty . C o q u il l e Steam Laundry INOSLER & L Y O N S Best o f W o rk F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K LEEP, C. Harness and Saddles ■? I R S Ä Ü Ü Women who belong to the Chris tian Science church are sending in mga their resignations as club members, in accordance with the recommen dation of the founder o f the church. The motto of these women is ‘ Church and home,’ ’ and it is con tended that through these agencies they can find opportunity to do all |j GENERAL LINE OF CHEMICALS, DRUGS, PATENT m MEDICINES, DRUGGISTS’ SUPPLIF.S the work required o f them. /New Drug Store.; GEO- A- CHURCHMAN, PROP TOILET ARTICLES, ETC. The statement is made that a m ethod has been discovered by which peat can be made into small bricks for burning at $ 1.2 1 per ton. And they all heat except a pinch of ashes. And what is better there are vast deposits it is said within fifty miles of Chicago enough to supply that city with fuel for many years. Now look out for a peat trust and a merger with the coal trust. In the year 1903 no less than 7000 persons died from consump tion in Illinois. Most o f these were between the ages of twenty and fifty years, and it is estimated that the loss to the state each year by reason of this disease amounts to $36,000,000. It lias been deter mined that climate does not cure consumption, and that one way to improve conditions is for a higher physical standard. A state hospit al tor the treatment of consumption is proposed. - .« • ♦ Teachers’ Examination The regular examination of ap- j plicants for state and county papers will be held in my office in Ccquille beginning at 9 a. m„ August 10th, and closing at 4 p. in., August 12th, HH)!. Dated this 20th day of July, 1904. W. H. B i x c h , County Supt. P r e s c r ip tio n s A Specialty. Having had many yeors of experience in this line we are prepared to give all the best of satisfaction. ¡Golden Building - - - Coquille, Oregon. isssssggg Chas. Grissen Music C ° Z M I a r s lx fle ld L , O r © . Agents for leading makes of Pianos and Organs We buy for Cash from Manufactures and therefore can sell yon at bottom prices. Wo nlso carry a fnl! line of Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Strings And everything else in the mnsic line. OHAS. GRISSEN MUSIC CO. I O O F HALL- - - ORE.