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COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 2, 1904.
Entered aa serond-eluss m atter July 8 .
HK>4, at the posto dice at Ooquille, Ore-
K< under act of Congress of March 3,
Walter CuHn, M. 0.
PlIVaiCIAN AND Sl'KOBON
C oquille C ity , O ku .
N e x t Door to P .O .
T elenhon e S
t e le p h o n e s .
Stanley & Burns,
Heal Estate, Collections.
Specialties—Criminal and U. 8 . Land
Cases, Notaries Publio.
Geo. Russell, M. D.,
S ubqbon ,
Office opataira in M ARTIN BUILDING
Calls promptly answered day or night.
Night call will be answered from Mrs.
Wickham’ s Boarding House.
Phone, main 136.
A. J, Sherwood,
A t t o b n b t a t -L aw ,
N otaby P ub lic .
B 0 A K 0 OF
TKADE AT COQUILLE.
N otaby P u b l ic ,
Coquille, Or., 25.— (Special.)—
The busiDeBH men of Coquille City
have just perfected the organization
of a Board of Trade which hag for
it« object the advertisement of re
sources of the towu and the sur
rounding country tributary thereto,
and to that end will co-operate with
the State Improvement League,
Coquille City is situated on the
Coquille river, 25 miles from the
ocean, is on tide water and the river
is navigable for ocean-going craft
to this point. It is the county seat
of Coos County, has a population
of about 1 C00 and is the business
center of a large section of country
unsurpassed as an agricultural,
dairy, fruit and lumber district, and
is also rich in its large deposits of
good quality of lignite coal, the de
velopment of wL:*h, as well as its
other above-mentioned resources, is
iu its iufancy.
The Board of Trade has for its
officers W. T. Kerr, president: E. T).
Speiry, vice president; V. R. Wilson,
secretary; O. C. Sanford, corre
sponding secretary, and L. H.
Hazard, treasurer. Its membership
includes the business men of the
E le c t r ic
A H8TRACTKR OF TlTl.ES.
CoquiLi.K C it y , O rb
Hall & Hall,
A ttorneys - at - L aw ,
Dealei in K ba l E state o f a ll k in d «.
J. Curtis Snooh, D. 0. S.
D b n tist ,
Office two doors south Odd Fellow’s Hall
Will make Bandon a professional visit
the first Monday in ea^h quarter.
E . D . Sperry.
W . C . Chase.
SPERRY & CHASE,
Office in Robinaon Building,
E. G. D. Holden,
L aw yrb ,
City Reoorder, U. 8 . Commissioner, Gen-:
eral Insurance Agent, and Notary
Office in Robin
K a i l w a y in V i e w .
Congressman Wilson, of Arizona,
a millionaire railroad man and presi
dent of the now Electric Railway
Company which expects to buildand
operate a line from Portland to Eu
gene, arrived via Drain yesterday.
Messrs Wilson, Eby and Diers
came over the proposed route to
Coos bay on foot and thoroughly
investigated the available route.
This new electric railway project
is meeting with the most hearty
support throughout Marion, Polk,
Linn, Lane and Douglas
counties having secure rights of
way and franchises to build along
public highways in said counties.
The aforesaid franchises are null
and void unless actual work begins
on the roadbed within 90 days from
the time the franchise was given.
These gentlemen are in earnest
and are out trifling. The proposed
electric line may be Coos bay’s first
rescuer in tbe shape of an outlet.
The rxad which is to be built down
the Willamette valley to Eugene is
to be a regular standard gauge
The party was taken out over the
bar in the launch Teddy and shown
the outlet o f our bay. They were
more than satisfied. The bar was
as smooth as glass and the oppor
tunity was a grand one to view the
best harbor on the Pacific between
Golden Gate and puget Sound.
The party returned to Roseburg via
Coos Bay Wagon road early this
A. F. Kirshman,
Tbe premium list ot the 44th
Auunal Fair to be bald at Salem,
September 12th to 17th are now
Offloe «t Residen«, one block e u t of
being distributed. A great many
changes have been made and new
premiums offered, and as a whole
tbe list has been increased. The
stock show will he as good as last
year if notbetter. Several exhibitors
Str. D IS P A T C H
from California are contemplating
Tom White, Master,
bringing their thoroughbred stock.
The Conoty Exhibits will be
Bandon........7 A-M.*j Coquille... .10 a - m .
Coquille....... 1 P-M. I Bandon----- 4 p - m .
larger than ever and year an exhibit
Connects at Coquille with train for Marshfield
and steamer Kjho for Myrtle Point.
will be at tbe Fair showing what
the northwest portion of Canada
Str. F A V O R IT E
can prodnde and the advantages
J. C. Mooinaw. Master,
they have to offer.
Coquille........7 a - m . I Bandon. .10:45 a - m .
Good racing and splendid even
Bandon.......... I p - m . | Coquille. 4:45 P-M.
ing entertainments through ihe
Str. R E T A
week will make it enjoyable for
Alva Iiee, Master,
Coquille....... 1 P-M. j Bandon . . . . 5 p - m .
Send to the Secretary, W. A
Bandon........ 7 a - m . | Coqnille... .11 a - m .
Moores, at Salem, for a premium
Carrying passengers and mail.
list and then make an exhibition
Coquille River Transportation Co. o f vonr stock or goods.
R. D James, of Los Angels, one
str. L i b e r t y
of the proprietors o f the sawmill at
W . R. Panter, Master.
this city, arrived here direct from
Bandon......... 7 a - m . j Coquille. ...1 0 a - m .
San Francisco, yesterday, accom
Coquille....... 1 P-M. ! Bandon------ 4 p m .
panied by E J. Braddock, an east,
Makes connection with train at Coqnille
and np-river boat*.
ern gentleman who is lookine at
T. W. PAN TER, Managing Owner
D bntist .
COQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT GO.
T. W. MoCk-kry. M a .L t .
MyrtlePoint, . . f a - m , I Coquille C’y 9:30 a - m .
(V)u|Uo City, .1
1 Myrtle P’t- $■60 P;M.
T>»*fw evrapt fltinde?
NOTE AND COMMENT.
General Kuropatkin calls upon
Growing Coast Town Will Co.Operate
There was a very pretty wedding
tha Czar to send him some seasoned
With Stae Improvement Leagne.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
ATIOBNET-AT-I j AW,
F o r S ai . k . A fine large gray two-
year-old oolt Will do good work
next year. Call on Warren Laird
at Johnson'« mill.
troops although the Japs have cer
Dement, in this city, Wednesday,
tainly peppered and assaulted all
Aug 24, 1904, when their daughter
j that he bad mustered in Manchuria.
Miss Winnie was united in mar
A theater crowded; 11 bont over-
riage to Dr. F. M. White, of
locd id ; a rotten b rid g e shaking;
a coni mine expl ding; a Uaiu in
The room was tastefully and
the liv ir; a play-house in flnmc»;
beautifully decorated with feins and
tbe coroner’s vcrdic*: “ Nobody to
the bridal couple stood under an
arch of Autumn leaves while the blame.”
America hat created two nations
words which united them for life
were said by Rev. D. H. Hare with in two years and has another in
the easy grace so suited to the oc training, but all of them hate u s
casion and peculiar to this very and would make ear upon ua if
they were strong enough.
popular reverend gentleman.
facts as these are calculated to make
Mrs. D. H. Hare played the
Mendelssohn wedding march as the
The International Typographical
bridal party entered. Miss Blanch
has voted down a resolution
Stitt acted as bridesmaid and Mr.
C. E. Hilling was groomsman. that none of its members should
The bride was gowned in crepe de “ enlist in the service of any stats
Paris trimmed in cream and the as state guard, militia man, or
bridesmaid wore a gown of old range under the penalty o f expul
sion from the union.”
A wireless telegraph has aotually
been put In successful operation in
Alaska for a distance of 107 miles.
The system is said to have been
mostly invented by a captain in the
As an indication of the prosperity
in Kansas and tbe love for music
which prevails in the Sunflower
state, the Census Bureau reports
that it has found 18,000 pianos in
that state. It is reported that ev
ery time the Kaw river leaves its
bed and goes meandering and rip
pling over tbe plains of Kansas,
the bottom lands are found strewn
P er Y e a r .
Toilet Articles, School Books
and School Supplies,
Kodaks and Kodak Supplies,
Tine Stationery a Specialty.
There is talk in Tibet of estab
lishing a weather bureau.
been discovered by kite-flying that
twelve miles above the earth the
temperature is 80 degrees below
zero. The people of Tibet think
the sun is a ball of yak meat and
fat and that its heated condition is
the cause of light. Where the land
U P TO DHTE,
is sterile they believe it has been
The new son of the Czar can now scorched by the sun.
look serene’ y forward to the meas-
I f the Russians should be beaten
els, whooping cough, oolic and oth
and Kuropatkin’s army be driven
er attacks. He has been named Al
back upon the frozen steepen of Si
exis Nikolivitch because the initials
BAXTER BROS. PROPS.
beria, what would be tbe next move
“ A. N.” were stamped, embroidered
of the “ inferior peoples” of Asia?
and branded on all tbe government
Tbe question may not be very im.
portant in view of the alleged cir
Tbe Chinese Government has de cumstance that Japan is nearly
manded that the Japanese return bankrupt of both men and money
the Russian torpedo boat destroyer and lacks the financial ability to
which they cut out of a neutral carry on a protracted war.
Chinese harbor. If Japan should
New York city is unable to build
P H O N E 116
refuse, China and perhaps France
school bouses fast enough to keep
would immediately become involved
pace with the ever increasing school
in th6 war.
When the schools
An attempt is being made by
P R O P R IE T O R S
open in September there will be
Senator Patterson, of Colorado, to
150,000 children unable to get
seeure from tbe Ute nation for the
seats, who must be left to the edu
United States the tract known as
cation of the streets.
The addi Experienced Help
the Mesa Verde lands, which are
tional number of seats provided for
very rich in ancient ruins, and con
Special Rates to Families and Hotels
this year is but 21,000, and 40,000
sidered to be of inestimable value
children who are first applicants.
as prehistoric studies.
After congratulations the guests
were ushered into the dining room
where was spread a very delicate
and temptiug repast.
Tbe wedding was a quiet one,
only relatives and a few intimate
friends being present. The young
couple were the recipients of very
many beautiful presents from their
The bride is a daughter of one
of our most respected pioneer fam
ilies and has born and raised in this
county. She is a young lady of
culture and refinement, affable in
disposition and a prime favorite
The groom is a rising young
doctor o f Klamath Falls and is also
engaged in the drug business. He
was a resident of this place until
about a year ago and has many
friends in Myrtle Point. He is a
gentleman of exemplary habits,
and is well thought of by all.
A German chemist has discovered
Mr. and Mrs. White left Thurs
that he can make a very healthy
day for Klamatb Falls where they
vegetable buttjr out of cocoanut
will reside.— Myrtle Point Enter
oils. It will contain less water than
true butter and will keep a couple
A Thousand ways of Lying. of weeks longer. It is said to have
the taste of a hazelnut; is useful in
pastry; is quite digestible; and not
[From Success. J
There are a thousand ways of ly so liable to infection by microbes.
ing, but All lead to tbe same end.
Kansas and Nebraska are becom
It does not matter whether you ing the greatest dairy states in the
wear lies,, tell lies, act lies, or live Union.
Homesteads have been
lies, your character is ruined all the increased from 160 to 640 acres by
the Kincaid law, and now all the
There is no more demoralizing ranges are taken up.
influence in modern life than the shipped in refrigerator cars for 400
unnatural straining to seem other miles and then is manufactured into
than we are. Nothing else so quick butter at a central station. This is
ly lowers self-respect, takes the fine known as the centralization plan.
edge off honor and blunts the con
The boys of the Grand Army of
science as the sense of being a sham, the Republic have had a memorable
a gilded fraud, or au unreality.
It time in Boston. The narrow streets
cheapens standards, lowers ideals, easily lend themselves to decora
saps ambition, and takes the spring tions and make it seem as if there
aod joy out of living.
No man can were about three times as many
make the most and the best of him visitors as there are.
self until he is absolutely honest cod fish had arc lights in its head
with his own soul, and unflinching and tail and in the public gardens
ly true to his highest ideals, and 40,000 electric bulbs were used for
this is impossible while be is living illumination.
It has been discovered that if the
soil is scientifically fertilized and
H ow to Bo Happy.
irrigated, the color of fruite, espec
ially apples, may be heightened to
Many of us miss the joys that almost any extent At the SL Lou
might be ours by keeping our eyes is fair some very red apples from
fixed on those of other people. No the state of Washington attract at
one can enjoy his own opportuni tention, The soil wag treated with
ties for happiness while he is en muriate of potash and other chemi
vious of another’s. We lose a great cals, giving the color effect and a
deal of the joy of living by not superior fruit.
cheerfully accepting the small pleas-
uses that come to us every day, in
stead of longing and wishing for
what belongs to others.
not take any pleasure in our own
modest horse and carriage, because
we long for the automobile or vie
toria that someone else owns. The
edge is taken off the enjoyment of
our own little home because we are
watching the palatial residence of
We can get no sat
isfaction out of a trolly ride into
the country or a sail on a river
steamer, because someone else can
enjoy the luxury of his own car
riage or yacht.
Life has ita fall
measure of happiness for everyone
of ns, if we would only make* up
onr minds to make the very moet of
every opportuniiy that comet our
way, instead of longing tow tbe
things that come onr nelghbox’s
NOSLER & LYONS
Best of Work
N O TICE.
W e make our own soap and know its ingredients. No injurious chemicals used.
Our baskets will be left at all the principal points on the river.
Goods called for and delivered in Ooquille Oity.
I keep in stock Cigar* an J Tobac
co. Also fresh candies, and nuts,
fruits, etc. Milk Shakes, Lemon
ades and Soda.
Our prices are
Wo will use you right.
SW EET CREAM
Come and see us.
M IL K A N D
J ames L. T hompson .
F R A TE R N A L ORDERS.
Q U A N T IT IE S
T O S U IT
Co<iuille Ice & Cold-Storage Co.
QOQUILLE LODGE, NO. $3, I. 0. 0. F.
M eets every Saturday night.
G eo . T . M oulton , N . G .
J . 8 . L awrence , Sec’ y.
C. B. LEEP,
QOQUILLE ENCAMPMENT, NO. 3», I. 0. O F.
Meets the first and third Thursday
nights in each m onth.
L . H . H azard , C . P.
I . H acker , Scribe.
lyjAMIE REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 30.
Meets the second and fourth W ed n es
day nights in each month.
M rs . K athryn S lagle , N. G.
M rs . M amie S lagle , Sec’y.
QHADWICK LODGE, NO. I I , A. F. I A. M.
Meets the Saturday night on or be
fore the full moon.
I> r . W . G ulin , W . M .
J. J . L am b , Sec’y .
------DEALER IN ------
harness and Saddles
• '■ C 'rLcis o f
L e a t h e r
H a rn e s s
G o o d s f ty u n c i i n a.
S lio p
I also do all kinds of repairing in this line at reasonable figure
C o o v illi© .
R. E. SHINE, Y los Pr«*.
A. J. SHERWOOD, Pr«i.
1. H. HAZARD, Cashier
QEUIAH CHAPTER, NO. I, 0. E. S.
M eets next Fiid ay night.
M rs . K athryn S i . agi . e , W . M.
----------------------- , Sec’ y .
I^TCURCUS LODGE, NO. 73, K. P.
Meets the second and fourth Tuesday
nights each m onth in Odd Fellow s’ hail.
N . C . M edley , C . C.
R. H . M ast , K . R . S.
QOQUILLE LODGE, NO. 137, A. 0. U. W.
M eets the second and fourth Monday
nights each m onth in Odd Fellows' half.
R . E . N osi er , W . M .
O . F. R ohrer , R ec.
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
OP COQUIULiB, OftHQOp.
T r a n s a c ts a General B an kin g B u sin ess
Board of Dlroeters.
R. C. Dement,
A. J. Hherwood,
L . H . Hazard,
R. E. Shine.
National Bank of Commerce, New York City
Crocker Wool worth N ’l Bank, Sun Francisco
First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Or.
Irrigation is the coming factor to
help out the farmer, or fruit-grower. | m p e r ia i l o d g e , n o . 11 , 0 . of h
Water and sunshine are tbe two
Meets the first and third W ednesday
essentials for the production of nights each m onth in W ood m an hall.
M iss G race S keels , C . H .
good crops. It is unwise to long
M bs . I. N . P i . yi . ee , Rec.
er depend upon the freaks of a
jyjYRTlE CAMP, NO. 19/, W. 0. W.
fickle climate and futile attempts to
Meets the first and third Saturday
foretell the weather."
What is nights of each m onth.
wanted is stability and certainty.
W . H . M axsei . l , C . C .
This Government never did a wiser J. G. S immons , Clerk.
thing than when it set apart the QOQUILLE COUNCIL. NO 391, F. A. A.
GENERAL LINE OF CHEMICALS, DRUGS, PATENT
Meets the second and fourth T h u rs
funds received from the sale of pub
MEDICINES, DRUGGISTS’ SUPPLIES
day nights of each m onth in Odd Fel
lic lands to be used for irrigating lows’ hall.
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.
M rs . A lice M . T uttle , Pres.
tbe arid lands of the west
M rs . H attie I. B ledsoe , Sec’ y .
nations are making efforts in the
same direction The English hnve
built a great dam across the Nile so £VENING TI0E CIRCLE. NO. 314, W. 0 W.
Meets the second and fourth Satur
that irrigation in E g) pt may be
controlled, with two or three crops day nights of each m onth.
M rs . W . II. M anskll , O . N.
each eeaeon. And now it has been
Having bad many years of experience in tbis ling
decided to apply irrigation to im. J esse C . S immons , Clerk.
mens« tracts of land in South Africa. JU STU S L006E, NO 3S. RATHB0NE SISTER9
ws are prepared to give all the
That country has a vast under- \ tycets the first and third Tuesday
beet of satisfaction.
ground lake and with irrigation can nights each month it) Odd Fellows’ half
be made to grow anything from
M u . F red I,(MEGAN, E. Hr
com anti pf*s to orchitis
M r » R. H, M a « t . M, P, 8,
/New Drug Store.
GEO- A- CHURCHMAN, PROF
7 Coquille, Oregon.