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COQUILLE CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY. AUGUST 3, 1904.
Entered as second-class matter July 8
1904, at the postonico at Coquille,
gon, under act of C o n fe s s of
From tha Coos Bay News.
Mrs. Nellie Owep was a passen
ger North on the Alliance, Wednes
day, having been informed by wire
of the death of her uncle, Jacob
Wortman, at McMinnville.
Dr. Toye and bride arrived home
Tuesday night by stage from Rose-
burg. The brass band turned out,
and many friends were on hand to
give them a hearty welcome.
Jas. Wasson, while working with
a survey party at South slouth
Saturday, fell on an axe, al
most cutting his band in two. He
came to town and was treated at
the Horsfall hospital.
Farmers throughout the bay sec
tion have made up their minds to
put a stop to hunting deer with
hounds. Several of them lately in
formed us that they will kill any
liound caught running deer in their
A gentleman who sought and
found “ perfect rest and quiett" in a
Walter Culin, M. D.
rural neighborhood ten miles from
a railroad and three from a postoffice
P hysician and S urgkon
summer, found also that he was
C oquille C ity , O re .
free frolicsome of the things of which
one sometimes finds one’s self in
Next Door to P. Ô.
1 elePhone 3-
in imperative need in any locality
One morning he developed a racking
toothache that soon puffed his
Stanley & Burns,
cheek out to twice its natural size,
Heal Estate, Collections.
“Yaas,” said the farmer with
8p<cialties—Criminal and U. S. Land
whom the boarder was finding “ rest
Cases, Notaries Pablic.
and quiet,” “thar is a tootbpuller
O regon .
daown in the village. I duuno how
much of a raal dentist he is, but I
know he pulls teeth.”
Dr. M. 0. Stemmier,
Hieing himself to the office of the
P hysician and S urgeon .
‘•tootbpuller,” the sufforer found a
M yrtle P oint ,
.9 sheet of writing-paper pinned to the
P erkins’ Drug Store.
door on which was written:
“ Have went fishing. Will be
back to morrow, when patients will
A. J. Sherwood,
John E. Fitzgerald, who was so
be attended to immediately.”
A t t o r n h y a t - L aw ,
Thiuking that the village doctor horribly injured in an accident on
N otary P u b l ic ,
might give some relief, the poor North Coos river, as stated in last
C oqu ille,
victim went to his office only to find issue, is being cared for at Dr.
Horsfall’s hospital, but is still in a
a card on tha door—
“Gone fishing. Call again."
C. S. Hilborn, of Millicoma, has
“I may as well get my mail while
A t t o r n e y - a t - L a w ,
I am in the village," thought the our thanks for a nice lot of ripe
N otary P u b l ic ,
peaches. It is generally belived that
The Post-office was closed, and peaches will not tbrivo so clo°e to
while the man was rattling the the coast; but those who saw the
had to admit
doorknob a small boy came along
that they were hard to beat for col
and called out:
A bstracter of T itles .
“ The office is shet’ cause the post or and flavor, and they were also of
master has went fishing. I recon good size. It was a surprise to
C oquille C ity , O re
he’ll be back when the mail comes many that they had ripened so early
as the few pcacheB on trees in town
There was a little drugstore across arc yet small, hard and green. Mr.
Hall & Hall,
the street, but when he was ten feet Hilborn lives back of the creamery,
A t to rnkys - a t - L aw ,
the man read on the door: on Lower Coos river, but he evi
D ealer in H e a l E st a t e o f a l l k in d s .
“Gone fishing. Open to-morrow., dently has a warm, sunny garden
M arshfield, Oregon.
Disgusted and defeated, the suf spot. It it also evident that he un
ferer turned to go back to his quiet derstands how to raise peaches.
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and restful retreat, when he met
V io le n t A t t a c f i of O f:ir r lio e u C u r e -
J. Curtis Snooh, D. D. S.
a man on the corner with a fisting,
«‘ «I l»y < ;iiain l»erlstln , «i
to ll« * ,
D e n t is t ,
e r a a u «l D ia r r h o e a R e m e d y
pole on his shoulder and an old to
m id P e r h a p s a la te S av ed .
Offico two doors south Odd Fellow’ s Hall
mato can in his hand,
short time ago I was taken
Will make Eandon a professional visit
with a violent attack of diitrrhcea
the first Monday in each quarter.
and believe I would have died if I
out to the Jed Stoner place, ain't had not gotten relief,” gays John J.
G oqu ille, Oregon.
you? I thought so. Well, if ye ain’t Patton, a leading citizen of Patton,
nothin’ else do, rnebbe you’d like to Alabama. “A friend recommended
go fishin’. They say the fish air Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and
E . D. S perry.
W . C. Chase.
bitin’ like all possessed over on the Diarrhoea Remedy. I bought a
twenty-five cent bottle and after
Coonynuck River. The minister taking three doses of it was entirely
SPERRY & CHASE,
an’ Jedge Bates an a lot o’ other cured. I consider it the best reme
fellers have jest went over an’ ye dy in the world for bowel com
kin have a lift in my wagon if plaints. Forsaloby^R. S. Knowl-
Office in Robinson Building,
ye want to go an’ try youur luck.”
C oqu ille,
“I ’m afraid my luck i» against me
The proudest day in the lite of
today," replied the “city chap" as Nellie J McMillin of Rushville,
he walked homeward with his hand lud., was when the County Board
E. G. D. Holden,
clasped to his thumping ja.v.— July of education presented het with a
L a w yer ,
gold medal for punctual school at
Jastioe o f the Peace, City Recorder, U. S.
Commissioner, General Insurance
Agent and Notary Public.
Office in Robinson Building.
C oqu ille,
Geo. Russell, M. D.,
P h y s ic ia n
S ubobon ,
Ollioe apetaire in MAKT1N BUILDING
Calls promptly answered day or night.
Night call will be anawered from Aire.
Wickham's Boarding Honae,
Phone, main 136.
A. F. Kirshman,
D bntiht .
at Residence, one blook 6ast of
OQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT GO.
Str. D I S P A T C H
Tom White, Master,
Ban«Ion....... 7 a - m . I Coquille----- 10 a - m .
Coquille....... 1 p * m . j Bandon . . . . 4 p - m .
Connects at Coquille with train for Marshfield
and steamer Kjho for Myrtle Point.
Albert Geiser, who helped to de
velop the Bonanza into a producer,
and afterward sold it for almost a
million dollars, has returned from
Southern Oregon. While not de
tracting from the greatness of the
Eartern Oregon mineral belt, in
which he is heavily interested,
Mr. Geiser spoaks of the southern
district as the coming Cripple
Creek of Oregon, and states that
section is on the eve of demonstrat
ing to the world its wonderful min
eral resources. He is strictly silent
as to his own intentions as regards
becoming interested there, but it is
well known that his firm has ac
quired some valuable holdings,
which will be thoroughly exploited
some time in the future. Mr. Gei
ger has specimens of ore secured
while away, and which are thickly
sprinkled with the precious metal.
— Telegram, July 28 .
Blames the Trusts.
SL Petersburg, Aug. i.— M
Menshikoff, the well-known writer,
St r. F A V O R I T E
who formerly accused Jews in
J. 0- Moomaw, Master,
America of responsibility for pro
Coquille....... 7 a - m . | Bandon. .10:45 a - m .
moting the present war, now
Bandon......... 1 p - m . | Coquille. 4:45 p - m .
charges “ the gigantic American
St r. R E X A
trusts, anxious to find new fields
Alva I>e. Master,
for exploitation in Asia,” with the
Coquille...... 1 P-M. j Bandon . . . . 5 p - m . main responsibility.
B andon....... 7 a - m . | Coquille— 11 a - m . view to promoting ship building,
( 'arrying passengers and mail._______
the government has promised to
Coquille Ri ver Transportation Co. loan money to purchasers of Rus
Str. L I B E R T Y
W . U. Pan ter, Master.
Bandon.........7 a -M. j Coquille. .. .10 A-M.
Coquille ....... 1 P-M. | Bandon . . . . 4 P M.
Makes connection with train at Coquille
and up-river boats.
T, W. PANTKR, Managing Owner.
acre ranch on river
1 Imnk, opposite Fishtrap, to go at
, a bargain if sold soon. Inquire of
F or S ale . —20
Miss McMillin is 16 and
has attended school since .she was 5,
and in all that tiind she was never
absent or tardy.
The last four
years she has lived iu the country,
which made punctual attendance a
serious matter, but her record is un
broken. She has graduated now.
F or S a l e — A large 3 -yerr-old
colt, 16 bauds high— will make a
1400 or 1500 potinds horse, kiud
disposition and gentle; color dark,
nearly black, with gray spots o d
back and hips. Also a good sad
dle horse and driver. For further
particular enquire of or address
EL J. Michael, .Myrtle Point. The
animals may be seen at Wm.
James’ place l^miles west of Myr-
It seems that the King of England
is always late at church, and has
ordered that the sermons must nev
er be over fifteen minutes long.
But then he behaves quite well
while in church— never snores,
does not whisper, does not turn
around every time some one comes
in, and never puts a nickle in the
A wealthy sugar refiner in France
has offered to buy a considerable
group of the Philippine islands. If
the United States will sell. The
trouble is he wants to be the sole
ruler and set up a government of
O f course the United
States cannot listen to such a prop
A Big Real Estate Bargain
Two bnndred acres with 7 ,000,
000 fioe standing timber, 3 , 000,000
of which can he bandlogged. Good
bouse and barn, 70 acres in grass
and good orchard. A big bargain
—at 115 per acre. (Jail 00 H ebald .
Notice to Taxpayers.
N O T E S A N D CO M M EN T
N O TICE IS H EREBY G IV E N
T H A T the Board ot Equalization
for the County of Coos state of Ore
gon will attend at the office of the
county clerk of said county, at Co
quille. Coos County, Oregon, on
the 2 qth. day i f August, A. D.,
1903 the same being the last Mon
day in said mouth, at the hour of
nine o’clock a, m. of said day and
pubicly examine (he assessment
rolls and correct all errors in valua
tion descriptions of quality of lands,
lots or other property.
Now, therefore, all persons hav
ing business as before the said
Board of Equalization will take
notice and appear at the time and
place aforesaid, and make due com
plaint, otherwise the assessment
will stand as returned by the assess
Witnesses my hand this 31 day of
T . J. T h r i f t ,
Assessor Coos County, Oregon.
On the 17 th of next September
no less than thirteen Pennsylvania
monuments will be dedicated at
Antietam upon the nnnivereary of
To hear a haphazard programme
may be all right, but to enjoy for
an hour or more, humorous and
serious songs and recitations about
the tender subject of “ Home"—
that is all righter. The children
will have a larger part, Mr. Hand-
saker and Mrs. Thompson will re
cite and it will be a program with
“For several yeers my wife was
troubled with wbat physicians call
ed sick headache of a very severe
character. She doctored with sev
eral ¡eminent physicians and at a
great expense, only to grow woree
untill she was vnnble to do any kind
About a year ago she
began taking Chamberlain’s Stom
ach and Liver Tablets and (today
weighs more than she ever did be
fore and is real well," says Mr.
Geo. E. Wright of New London,
For sale by R. S.
A statesman named Bower has
has been nominated for Congress in
Pennsylvania. Arter looking over
recent majorities in that district
the joker remarks that he will prob
ably be the left Bower.
The dredging of New York Har
bor must be tesumed. The White
Star liner Baltic, now the largest
ship afloat, draws $ 6 % feet, while
the depth of the channel at high
tide is cnly 34 feet.
load to full capacity till the channel
Economy is the rule iu New
England. Owing to tbe vigorous
competition of tbe trolly lines, one
of the great railways, the New
York, New Haven and Hartford,
has cut down its mileage something
like 3,000 miles daily. This will
save a half million yearly expenses.
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Toilet Articles, School Books
and School Supplies,
Kodaks and Kodak Supplies,
Tine Stationery a Specialty.
o q u il l e
P H O N E 116
NOSLER & LYONS
Norfolk, Va., is sending a corgo
P R O P R IE T O R S
ot bituminous coal to San Francisco
built at New London, Conn., will
carry 20,000 tons at nearly $7 per Experienced Help
ton freight. This will yield a hand
Special Rates to Families and Hotels
some profit. Coal fetches a high
price on the Pacific coast because
We make our own soap and know its ingredient«. No injurious chemicals used.
of its scarcity.
Our baskets will l>e left at all the principal points on the river.
Navigating the St. Lawrence in
Goods called lor and delivered in Coquille City.
tbe summer is especially dangerous
on account of the fogs which pre
R. E. SHINE, Vlos Pres.
vail. To overcome this and enable A. J. SHERWOOD, Prei.
steamships to pass up and down the
river, an electric cable has been
laid along the channel. An instru
O F C O Q U lU K a B , O RH G O | 4 .
ment on the steamer indicates any
deviation from the channel.
T r a n s a c t» a G e n e ra l B a n k in g B u s in e s s
Best of Work
FIRST N A T IO N A L B A N K
There is money enough if the
right person have it—an average of
Bond of Dlreotoro.
$94 for every family in the country.
National Bank of Commerce, New York City
R. U. Dement,
A. J. Sherwood,
Of tbe total money in the United
I,. H. Hazard, [ Crocker Woolworth N ’l Bank, San Francisco
R. E. Shine. I First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Or.
States, estimated by tbe Comptroll
er of the Currency at $2,688,000.000
over one-half is outside of the Treas
Automobile acciuknts, owing to ury and the bauking institutions
the high speed at which they are and is iu daily use in business.
run, have become frightfully com
About all the telephone lines in
mon. Almost every day some peo this country have been built within
ple cf wealth and uote are killod. the past twenty-five years.
The amusement appears to be more lines of the Bell system include
fatal to lifo and limb than fox bunt 400,000 miles of wire, reaching 20,-
ing. On Long Island a Judge has 000 cities, towns and villages.
GENERAL LIN E OF CHEMICALS. DRUGS, PATENT
recommended that the people resort And yet it is though the work of
MEDICINES, DRUGGISTS’ SUPPLIF.S
to the shot gun to prevent high construction is in its infancy. Cli
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.
speeding, and bring tourists within matic conditions, mountain ranges
thé" law. The general disregard of and rivers are no longer impassable
law, by owners of automobiles, is barriers,
P r e s c r ip t io n s
tbe worst feature of the case.
A lot of college bred girls in cen
Another canal capable of develop
tral New Jerney, taking advantage
ing 150,000 horse-power is to be
of the scarcity of farm bands, have
Having had many years of experience in this line
constructed at Niagara Falls. It
gone into the field and are making
we are prepared to give all the
will cost $10,000,000, and at the
it fashionable to do a man’s work
best of satisfaction.
lower end there will be a sheer fall
for pay— $2 a day. Some scores
of 300 feet. At this rate Niagara
have survived the blisters on their
promises to become one of the
hands from work and on their
greatest manufacturing centers in
necks from exposure, and will per
sist to the end.
Bishop Potter feels very much
Oklahoma has been treated shab
abroad just now.
He printed an
Her population is more than
interview in a newspaper declaim
ing against vulgar display of jewel 500,000, or greater than that of
ry and riches, and in the same col Rhode Island, Vermont, Utah,
umn with it was a police story Nevada, either of the
about Mrs. Potter’s having lost Oregon, New Hampshire, Wyom
ing, Delaware, or Arizona. She
diamonds valued at $ 50 , 000 .
had more new railroads bnilt last
It is a good thing the price of
year than and state in the Union,
beef began to Boar when tbe tem
and has more money in her banks
perature was in the niuoties. No
according to population.
sensible man would fill his stomach
Is Charles M. Schwab one of the
with heat producing food, under
such circumstances. Be a fruit and generous and selte-saci¡firing men
vegetable eater for a little while ever known in business? It is said
that he has voluntarily paid back to
and keep cool and healthy,
Mary Anderson announces that his associates in the Bethlehem
it took Watts, the famous English Steel Co. the $1,900.000, which
artist recently dead, five years to they put in, receiving nothing for
paint her portrait, she talked so it. It sounds magnificent; about a
million poor folks who bought steel
much during the process.
stocks and lost one-half ot their in
The summer school at Harvard
vestment are anxiously waiting for
university has one studedt 82 years
him to come around and earn their
old. He thinks it is never to late
There never has been such a
worthless report of a great war as
We the undersigned want it un that which drizzles from the censors
derstood that the tickets marked and cable concerning the Russo-
Dispatch and Favorite are not good Japanese contest. Wireless tele
on Str. Antelope, and that when such graphy is all very well, but a liar
tickets are purchased from Capt.
less service is wbat we need. If
Panter they will not be honored.
some American correspondent on
T hos . W h it b ,
the shores of the China Sea would
J o h n C. M o o m a w .
Kerr & Co’s, is the place to get throw down bis pen and come home
yonr suits of clothes for men, and give the public a coherent
youths, aod children.
statement of the strength and . atti
New goods at the New Drug tudes of armies, he would do much
to illuminate the situation,
New Drug Store.
GEO- A - CHURCHMAN. PROF