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COQUILLE CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1904.
Kn termi a i second-class m atter July 8
11K)4, at the postoti»:« at Coquille, Ore'
»ton. under act o f Congrega o f March
W alter Cutin, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON
C oquille C it y , O ke .
K ronenberg Ridi
N ext floor to P.
T eleph on e 3.
W O O D M E N O r TH E W O R L D Old Spread Eagle Society...... 1762
Wheat Sheaf Friendly Society..1763
The Kingly Friendly Society...1765
Meriden Friendly Society...... 1768
Clergy Mutual Society............. 1829
Friends’ Providence Society...1832
Scottish Providence ..................1837
The Philppine E xposition.
Stanley & Burns,
Heal Estate, Collections.
Specialties—Criminal and U. 8. Land
Cases, Notaries Publio.
O beoon .
Geo. Russell, M. D.,
P h y s ic ia n an *» S u bu bon ,
Office upstairs in MAHTIN BUILDING
Calls promptly answered day or night.
| Night call will be answered from Mrs.
Wickham’ s Boarding House.
Phone, main 186.
C o q u ilte ,
A. J. Sherwood,
A t t o b n b y a t -I i í w ,
N o t i » . P u b l ic ,
C oqu ille,
A T roaaiT -A T -L A W ,
N o t a r y P u b l io ,
A bstracter o r T it l e s .
C o q u il l e C it y , O he
H all & Hall,
A ttorneys - a t -L a w ,
Dealer in H eal E state o f all kinds.
M arshfield, Oregon.
J. Curtis Snooh, D. D. S.
D b n t is t ,
Office two doors south Odd Fellow’ s Hall
Will make Bandon a professional visit
the first Monday in each quarter.
Coquille, O regon.
E . D. S p erry.
W . C . C hase.
SPERRY & CHASE,
Office in Robinson Bailding,
C oqu ille,
E. G. D. Holden,
L aw ybr ,
City Recorder, U. ».Com m issioner, Gen
eral Insurance Agent, and Notary
Offioe in R obin
C oqu ille,
A. F. Kirshman,
D e n tist .
•Offloe at Residence, one block east of]
C oqu ille
COQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT CO.
Str. D I S P A T C H
Tom White, Master,
Bandon....... 7 a - m . j Coquille------10 a - m .
Coquille....... 1 P-M. | Bandon----- 4 P-M.
Connects at Coquille with train for Marshfield
and steamer B A o for Myrtle Point.
Str. F A V O R I T E
J. C. Mnomaw. Master,
Coquille....... 7 a - m . | Bandon. .10:45 a - m .
1 P-M. I Coquille. 4:45 p-M.
Str. R E T A
Alva I/ee, Master,
Coquille...... 1 P-M. ! Bandon . .. 5 *-M.
Bandon....... 7 A-M. | Coquille... .11 a - m .
Carrying passengers and mail.
Coquille River Transportation Co.
Str. L I B E R T Y
W . R. Panter, Master.
Bandon........ 7 a - m . ! Coquille.. . .10 a - m .
Coquille....... 1 P-M. | Bandon---- 4*p m .
Makes connection with train at Coquille
and up-river boats.
T. W. PAN TER, Managing Owner.
Str. E C H O
T. W. M cC V abty. M u t « .
MyrtlePoint ...7 a - m . | Coquille C’y 9-JO A-M.
Coquille C ity. . . 1 P-M. | Myrtle F t . . 4:00 p-M
Daily except Sunday.
NOTE A N D
CO M M EN T
N o t A m erica '« Quarrels.
The terrible Colorado wreck, add
ed to the Iriquois theater horror,
and the Slocum tragedy, against
the question, “ Does civilization civ
Washington, Aug. 22.- - I t is re
ported positively at the Navy De
partment that the American fleet
at Shanghai is not charged with
the protection of Chinese neutrali
ty by any special instructions.
Senator Dep'-w bay« “ A boro is a The officials here are convinced
man who insists ui on ( liking about that the Japanese have no iDten-
himself when you want I 'talk about tioD of violating Chinese neutrali
youi'SLlf." K ..icily; but why this ! ty, and furthermore that they
would not jeopardize the immense
ly valuable foreign interests in
Pari« is rejoicing over the tallest
Shanghai by makiDg the baibor a
leaning tower in the world—the
naval battle ground.
It is now so far out of
tions have been gent to Admiral
plumb that its center of gravity ia
outside its base. It is to be re Stirling to interfere with the action
of the Japanese vessels.
About the time the World's Fair
Ci*y is wakirg at early morning
one hundred bare-limbed Igorot
often sacrifice and eat a dog on the
reservation. At the
same hour, scarcely two hun
dred yards away, a bugle eouDds
reveille, and four hundred well-
trained soldiers in the blue of the
The price of food-stuff's in Eng Mrs Botkins Gets Idle Sentence
United States Army huetle from
land are lower this year than they
from their teDte. These are the
ORGANIZER JOS. 0. COTAN.
San Francisco, Aug, 22 Mrs Bot
have been since 1895. But at the
Philippine Scouts. The yells of
same time the wages are lower, and kin was this morning denied a new
The growth of the Woodmen o f the dog-dance have scarcely ceased
a large per cent of the population trial and sentenced to life imprison
the World ia increasing and goes to before the blue line is formed for
ment. In passing sentence the court
is on the verge of s tarvation.
show that its principle» and teach roll call, and the Philippine soldiers
said: The woman should hang.
ing» reaches the American heart stand at attention beneath an Amer
The cotton operatives of Fall The jury erred in fixing the penal
Look at the statistic« of the fratorn- ican flag, while a Philippine band River, Mass., being on a strike just
ty at life imprisonment’
al societies and you will see that plays an American air. A llot these at the time of year when the mar
no other order ever had suoh a people live on the same island in ket for cotton goods is dull, find
Indorsing the notes of frieods, or
growth before in the history of the the Philippines. The Igorot rep that they need at least $2C,000 a
guaranteeing payment, “Just for ac
United States for its age.
The resent the wildest race of savages, week to keep body and soul togeth
commodation,” has ruined many a
pushing or hurrying American does th 3 scouts stand for the results of er.
man. Remember what Shakespeare
not carelessly throw away the mon American rule—extremes of the so
"Neither a borrower nor a
Official announcement is made to
ey he makes.
He is chan^jable cial order in the islands.
borrowingtdulls the edges
and liberal, but wLan he invests he
The Exposition ia the first com the effect that there will be an un
of husbandry and the loan oft loses
tries to make a safe investment. prehensive display of the FilipinoB,
both itself and friend.”
He has taken time to examine into their work and habits, made in the New York state and New England
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the merits of our chosen order, and United States. It covers forty-seven this year, while the peaches will
found the same not wantiog, that acres of rolling woodland in the ex come up in abundance and of the
is what it means to be a Woodman treme western part of the W orld’s beet quality.
Poland China Pigs! Elligible to
of the World, and why you should Fair grounds. The approach is
They have been unable to fipd the Registration. Thtee months old.
be a member of the order.
It picturesque. Bounding the reser
gigantic meteor which frightened Either sex. Address,
means some loved one looks to you vation on the north is Arrowhead
central Pennsylvania lest week with
D. M organ ,
for protection, and shall not be dis Lake, a wedge-shaped sheet of wa
its ‘ 'terriffie explosion, tremendous
appointed when the dark hour ter, dotted on the shore with bam
wind and monstrous illumination.” trap.
comes. We know that you don’t boo huts built over the water, af
It was probably merely the opening
propose to take chances of leaving ter the manner of the Samal Moros,
of the campaign.
N ic k I lo n d a r h c
those dependent on you without fierce river pirates, and skirted with
“ For several yeors my wife was
having provided at least for the ne the more ornate dwellings of the
Plans are being quietly developed troubled with what physicians call
cessjties of life. We also erect an gentle
Multi-colored iu London for the holding at the ed sick headache of a very severe
She doctored with sev
endearing monument over every flags flutter over the villages, and Crystal Palace of a great Pan-Bri- character.
eral emioeut physicians and at a
Woodman's grave, independent of bulky boats with gay paintod sails tannic exposition.
It is eighteen
great expense, only to grow woree
his insurance, and after reaching away at their moorings. Strange years since the Colonial Indian E x
untill she was vnable to do any kind
the age of seventy, or should you melody of Moro music mingles with position was held.
Next year is of work.
About a year ago she
be totally disabled between the the lively airs of the Visayan orches the time set for the exhibition to began taking Chamberlain’s Stom
ach and Liver Tablets and today
time of joining and the above age, tra, and from over the hill comes open.
weighs more than she ever did be-
if desired, one. half of the amount the Btrident chant of the Igorot.
The White House cook has a fear for» and is real well,” says Mr.
of the policy is paid to the member.
Three bridges cross the lake. The
Geo. E. Wright of New London,
Members cannot become delinquent main bridge is a massive stone re ful responsibility; he fattens all the New York,
For sale by R. S.
Presidents. Grant and Arthur both KnowltoD.
when sick or disabled.
production of the Bridge of Spsin
Below you will find the life of re that crosses the Pasig river at Ma added largely to their weight while
serve orders still doiDg business un nila. This curiously arched struc occupants. Cleveland and McKin
der the same method we are follow ture leads to the Walled City, an im ley got fat under the same roof;
itation of the foitifications put
QOQUIUE LODGE, NO. S3, I. 0. 0. F.
his world-wide strenuousness and
THE RESERVE FUND.
about Manila by the Spaniards
M eet» every Saturday night.
activity has gained
Notwithstanding the phenomenal three hundred years ago, which dangerous
G *o. T . M oulton , N. G .
success of the Reserve Fund of the still stands as a monument to the twenty-five pounds since he was J . S. L awrence , Sec’ y .
Woodmen of the W orld, there are old Castilian commanders, who vice-president.
QOQUIUE ENCAMPMENT, NO. 35, I. 0. 0. F.
many who still look upon that prop would lock their troops in when
M eets the first and th ird T hursday
The railroads having gone to the nights in each m onth.
osition as an experiment, insisting the enemy came. The reproduc
rescue of the St. Louis exposition
L. H . H a z a r d , C. P.
that the surplus /unds of the Order tion of the walls is impressive. They
by granting half fare to visitors it I . H a c k e r , 8cribe.
should remain on deposit with the inclose a spacious fort, where a num
is now possible that the great show |y|AMIE RE8EKAH LODGE, NO. 30.
membership rather than being ber ofqueer cannon have beenplaced.
may be financially a success. This
Meets the second and fourth W ednes
placed in interest-bearing securities Within the walls are the war muse,
will be good news to Secretary day nights in each m on th .
for the future protection of the Or um, the exhibits of the Philippines’
M rs . K athryn S lagle , N. G .
Shaw who is depending upon the M bs . M amie S lagle , Sec’y .
Constabulary and the United States reimbursement to help him manage
If the reserve movement were a Army. Here are displayed gigantio
QHADWICK LODGE, NO. 61, A. F. A A. M.
his deficit. Every penny counts in
new one, not yet out of its experi steel cannons, and all kinds of weap
Meets the Saturday n ig h t on or b e
these prosperous days.
fore the full m oon.
mental stage, those who criticise it ons and war implements captured
D r . W . C ulin , W . M
might have some ground to stand and oollected during the successive
The new son of the Czar of Rus J . J . L amb , Sec’y .
upon; but there is no prineiple in campaigns in the islands from the sia has been named Alexis Nichol-
gtULAM CHAPTER, NO. 6, 0. E. S.
the work of the fraternal and b ene- time of the original Spanish con ievitch, not in honor of any Roman
Meets next Friday night.
ficiary associations that has been quest.
found off, for the last who bore the name
M rs . K athryn S lagle , W . M .
more thoroughly tried and proved that they could put bamboo to was slain by his lather, Peter the -------------------- , S ec’ y.
to be more successful in its opera so many different uses that they Great, but for the curious reason |jrCURCUS LODGE, NO. 73, K. t.
tion than the creation of the reserve believed it would do for guns also, that the imperial initials born on
M ee's th e Hecond and fourth Tuesday
While the Reserve Fund may be so they rigged up cumbersome bam every government wagon, horse’s nights each m onth in Odd F ellow s’ half.
C h as . S chboeder , C. C.
a comparatively new proposition in boo cannon on big wooden wheels saddle, and soldier's blanket, and
H . M ast , K . R . S.
the fraternal associations of Ameri and went out to kill. A number of branded on every mule, happened
QOQUIUE LODGE, NO 137, A. 0. U. W.
ca, it has formed a leading feature these eontrivancDs are shown wrap to be "A . N ,” — for Alexander.
Meets the aecond and fourth M onday
of many such institutions in the old ped with coils of telegraph wire,
nights each m onth in Odd Fellow s' hall.
R . E. N ob le r , W. M.
and some covered with thin sheet
Our readers should again be re
Below the reader will find the list iron. All kinds of guns, from the minded that there are now 476 O . F. R o iir k k , R e c .
of English associations of the bene gaping blunderbuss and flintlock to presidential electors, and to gain I" « * '* 1 “ >0GE,
0 of H
Meets the first and third W ednesday
ficial and fraternal type, with the the modern Mauser, are stacked the presidency a nominee must se
nights each m onth in W ish I in sr, hall.
date of their organization, all of along the walls. In these rooms cure 239, or more than half. Thir- ‘
M iss G race S kekls , O. II.
which have a reserve fund as a basis can be seen the ugly head axe of teen states are deemed secure for the j M as. I. N. P lyi . er , Rec.
for their perpotuity and growth:
the Igorot, spiked at one end for Democratic candidate, and seven lyjTRTLE CAMP. NoTitL W. 0. W.
Organ- its murderous blow and sharpened teen for the Republican, which
M eets the first and third Saturday
at the other for sudden decapita leaves fifteen doubtful.
Whether nighta of each m onth.
W . H . M ansell , C. C.
Count de Winton Society.........1168 tion.
New York, New Jersey, Connecti .1. G . S immons , Clerk.
Lord Evans’ Society.................. 1358
Once across the Bridge of Spain cut, Indiana, and Wisconsin belong
QOQUIUE COUNCIL. NO. 39S. F. A. A.
Deacons’ Benefit.......................1687 and through the Walled City, you in the list of doubtful states every
Meets the second an d fourth T h u rs
Hand in Hand............................1696 face the reservation. It is like a reader must decide for himself. day nights of each m onth in O ld Fel
Normau of L on d on ........- ....... 1702 scene in Manila. The buildings The leaders of both parties claim
M ss. A lice M. T u ttle , i’ res.
Earl Skilton................................1704 are arranged in two groups. In them all.
Mas. H attie I. B ledsoe , Sec’ y.
Society of Linton ...................... 1708 the ceDter of the first group is a tall
C h o le r a I n lA n t a n .
Ovington of Northumberland... 1711 shaft to Magellan, who discovered
This disease has lost its terrors £VENINC TIDE CIRCLE. NO. 314, W 0 W.
Goldsmith of London .............. 1712 the Philippines only twenty-five since Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera j Meets the second and fourth Satur
Mutual Brothers of London.....1717 years after Columbus put his feet and Diarrhoea Remedy came into [ day nights of each m onth.
Mas. W . H . M ansell . G . N.
general use. The uniform success ,
Hope of London....................... 1720 on American soil.
J esse C . S immons , Clerk.
w h ic h attends th e u s e o f t h is r e m e -____________
Canterbury Friendly Society...1737
d y in a ll c a ses o f b o w e l c o m p la in t s JUSTUS LODGE. NO. IS. RATHG0NE SISTERS
in c h ild r e n h a s m a d e i t a fa v o r it e U Me, u the flrft ,„ 4 third Tnewiay
w h e r e v e r its v a lu e
b e c o m e . nights each m onth in Odd F ellow s’ hall.
Mr«. M. Nosier has opened her
Royal Artillery......................... 1752
Whittenton’s Men’s Society.....1754 Ice Creem parlors at her new quar
Charitable Society..................... 1759 ters, and is now ready to serve this known.
The Amerly Clothier's Society..1760 delicacy on ehort notice.
For safa by R.
M as. F eed L inegae , F . Hr,
M rs . R . H . M ast , M. R . S.
T o ile t A rticles, School Books
and School Supplies,
Kodaks and Kodak Supplies,
Tine S ta tio n e ry a Specialty.
D R T B .
BAXTER BROS. PROPS.
o q u il l e
NOSLER & LYO NS
P R O P R IE T O R S
Best o f W o rk
Special Kates to Fam ilies and Hotels
W e make our ow n soap and know its ingredients. No injurious chem icals used.
O ur baskets will lie left at all the p rin cipal points on the river.
G ood» called for and delivered in C oquille C ity.
M IL K
Q U A N T IT IE S
T O S U IT
coqu'He Ice & Cold-Storage Co.
C. B. LEEP,
------DEALER IN -------
Harness and Saddles
• ve nds of* I_i©a/tlner Goods ftovuid in a.
I also do all kinds of repairing in this line at reasonable figure
I . H. HAZARD. Cashier
R. E. SHINE, Via« Pr»i.
A. J. SHERWOOD, Pr»t.
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
C O Q U U lb W , O R B G O fl.
T r a n s a c t s a G eneral B anicing B u s in e s s
t f D ire c to rs .
A. J. Sherwood,
R. O. Dement,
L H. Hazard,
R. E. Shine.
National Bank of Commerce, New York City
Crocker Wool worth N’l Bank, Ban Francisco
First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Or.
GEO- A- CHURCHMAN, PROP
GENERAL LINE OF CHEMICALS, DRUGS, PATENT
MEDICINES, DRUGGISTS’ SUPPLIES
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.
Having had many years of experience in this line
we are prepared to give all the
best of satisfaction.
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