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SEMI - WEEKLY
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 9, 1904.
Entered aa second-class matter July 8.
1904, at the poatoffice at Ooquille, Ore
gon, under act of Congress of March 3,
Walter Culin. M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND Sl'RGlON
O ke .
C o q u il l e C i t t ,
Next Door to P. <
Stanley & Burns,
lieal Estate, Collections.
Specialties-Criminal and U. S. Land
Cases, Notaries Public.
C o q u i l l b ,
O a BOON.
Geo. Russell, M. D.,
P h y s ic ia n a n d S ubonon ,
| Office upstairs in MARTIN BUILDING
Calls promptly answered day or night,
! Night call will be answered from airs.
Wickham’s Boarding House.
Phone, main 136.
A. J. Sherwood,
A t t o b n b t a t -L aw ,
N o t a s i P ublio ,
A ttornst - at - L aw ,
N otabt P u b lic ,
AB8TRAITER OF TlTI.ES.
C o qu ille C it y , O re
Hall & Hall,
A ttobnbys - at -L aw ,
D ealei in U ral E state o f all kind s.
M a rs h fie ld ,
O r eg on .
J. Curtis Snook, D. D. S.
D e n t is t ,
Office two doors south Odd Fellow’ s Hall
Will make Bandon a professional visit
the first Monday in each quarter.
W . C. Chase.
E. D. Sperry.
SPERRY & CHASE,
Office in Robinson Building,
E. G. D. Holden,
L awykb ,
City Reoorder, U. 8. Commissioner, Gen
er«l Insurance Agent, and Notary
Public. Office in Robin
A. F. Kirshman,
D en tist .
at Resi dono-’ , one klook east of
OQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT CO.
D IS P A T C H
Tom W hite, Master,
B a n d o n ........ 7 a - m . | C oqu ille... .10 a - m .
C o q u ille ....... 1 P-M. | Bandon . . . . 4 P-M.
Connects at Coquille with train for Marshfield
and steamer E jh o for M yrtle Point.
S tr. F A V O R I T E
J . C. Moom aw. Master,
C oqu ille..
7 A-M. I
1 P-M. !
Bandon.. 10:45 a - m .
luille. 4:45 P-M.
R E T A
Alva J<ee, Master,
IWnlon . . 5 P-M.
Coquille., .11 A-M.
7 a - m .
Carrying passengers ami mail.
Coquille River Transportation Co.
L IB E R T Y
W . R. Pan ter. Master.
Bandon......... 7 a - m . j C o q u ille . ...1 0 a - m .
C oq u ille ........ 1 P-M. | Ban.l.m
4 T M.
Makes connection with train at Coquille
ami np-river boats.
T. W . P A N T E R , Managing Owner
S tr. E C H O
T . W . McCloskey. Matter,
M yrtle Point. ..7 a - m . I Coquille C’ y 9:30 a - m .
CoqnilTe C i t y ... l p - m . | Myrtle P't. .4.00 r-M.
Daily except Sumlay,
New Coal Mine in Cooa.
Cigarettes and Education.
NOTE A N D COM M ENT.
P er Y
Douglas to Vote on Local Opion.
The following from the pen of L.
Tobacco is held responsible for
Dr. H. W. Wiley’s decision that
Roeeburg, Sept, 1—There is now
E. Brown, of Riverton, we take girls being brighter students than there is no pure Scotch whiskey in
no doubt but that local
from a recent issue of the Orego boys. A school superintendent ex the United States does not seem to
option will be voted on at the No
plains as follows: “ Tobacco is the
vât 3 individuals.
vember eleotion in this county. Peti
That the region o f Southern Or. worst hindrance. Tobacco is one
tions are being circulated over the
egon, included in the Coquille riv reason for the great preponderance
county, and, though but one has so
er and its tributaries, is a country of girls in the upper grades. It is
far been brought in, it proved very
of vast Undeveloped wealth,
is pathetic to see bright aud promis States, he Hiving bull l e d iu to the
flattering to be temperance workers.
known by comparatively few peo ing lads wilt and wither and fall by
This is a decent example which Iu this case, which was at Drain, 31
the way from excessive use of to
voters quickly signed their names,
Perhaps the greatest source of bacco." There is a good deal of should be followed by a good many
making almost ten per cent of the
future wealth and also the least de truth in this assertion, for cigarettes
number required in the county. Re
A justice in Wilkesbarre, Pa.,
veloped are the coal fields iD the impair the system and dull the in
ports from other places also show
vicinity of the town of Riverton, tellect. Cigarettes can be held re has fined a young woman $1.34 for
that the petitions are being liberal
about 12 miles from the mouth of sponsible to considerable extent, as
ly signed. In the June eleotion this
Pour distinct veins of the educator says, but there is an privacy of her own home. “Against
gave looal option a majority
coul are now known to exist, aDd other reason why more girls than the peace and dignity of the state.”
of 715, which shows that the
have been prospeoted within the boys are found in the higher classes.
chanceB are in favor of prohibition.
last six or eight years with encour Boys seek employment and, if they dering? What has become of our
aging results, although, for various have an opportunity to earn a few
It will be just as well for Ameri
An Englishman advertises for cans to keep an eye upon western
reasons, up to the present time they dollars a week, they are willing to
have not been developed to any leave school to gain the money, sale “a magnificent full length por Canada. This fall three and a half
while girls, not being intended as trait of General Washington, repre- millions of area of wheat will be
Four years past, as is well known, wage-earnero, can devote their time cented as addressing the first Amer harvested in that oountry, yielding
the coal on Coos Bay has been to acquiring a better education ican Senate, presented to the In 65,000,000 bushels, All this comes
worked with paying results. It is than their brothers. The indict dian merchant, Ramdoolal Dey, in in competition with American grown
an interesting fact that the yein ment against the cigarette, how 1801, by leading Amerioan mer. wheat It looks as if the price of
chants; size, 9x6 feet.”
flour should be cheaper,
uow being developed near Riverton ever, stands.—Telegram.
on the Coquille is a part of the
On Sunday morning there was
John Barrett minister to Panama,
Epicures who cannot properly
same vein which for some years has
read from the pulpits of all the warns the people of this country
tempt their appetites with anythiug
been worked by the Spreckels
Catholic churches of Cincinnati an not to rush to the isthmus in the
but imported de’icacies have re
brothers aud is known as Beaver
order from Archbishop Elder that expectation of finding employment.
ceived a rude shook from the in
Hill mine in the vicinity of Coos
the children of Catholio parents His advice comes at the proper
vestigations of Dr. Wiley, of New
Bay. All tho previous efforts to
must be henceforth sent oDly to time aud may have the effect of sav
York. That learned gentleman has
develope the mining on the Coquille
Catholic schools, under penalty of ing thousands of laborers from dis
determined by experiments that
river have been attended with en
the ban of the church.
appointment. Because of the canal
New Yorkers are paying $2 per
couraging results and the suspen
and the general progress of the new
pound for veal which is masquerad
sion of development has never been
republic, there is an impression
ing in Gotham as pate de fois gras. getting news from Abyssinia, where
in any instance from lack of coal,
abroad that Panama offers work fer
He has also discovered that real im Hughes le Roux has discovered a
but rather of shipping facilities
everyone going to that fever-
ported weinerwurst sausages which manuscript telling the original
stricken country. Mr. Barrett ex
Early in the spring of this year a
are sold in New Yoak are in reality
company was incorporated as the
The plains that the field for employ
made from European dogs and with the Queen of Sheba.
ment is limited, that there are al
Riverton Mining and Development
horses that have outlived their use
ready more men than positions, and
Company, with VV. E. Little, of
fulness as such. Even this might
there is no prospect of a substantial
Berkley, Cal., as its presidend, For
be excused, but the learned doctor
about a year previous to the forming
has gone further in his researches
of thm company, D. S. Rouse, once
and discovered that the unspeakable
S. W. P. Paints, varnishes and
superintendent of the old Riverton
The principal parties in the cam
foreigners have tinctured a very
Chiuamel, in all colors, especially
coal mines, has been at work pros
cheap grade of whisky with creosote,
adapted for chairs, floors and le-
pecting a new vein, which hereto
thus imparting to it the smoky be earnestly congratulated on the
nolium, at T. H, Mebl <k Co’s.
fore has never keen
flavor that'is one of the distinctive impeccable private character of
Through his presistent efforts men
features of Scotch whisky. A great their candidates for president Of
N O T IC E .
of means were interested and finally
many people can worry along with their publio careers, indeed a great
he was rewarded with the above,
I keep in stock Cigars and Tobac
out pate de fois gras and imported deal can be and will be said, but
named results of forming the new
Also fresh candies, and nuts,
weinerwurst, but to have their be
company this spring.
loved Scotch thus tampered with is degenerate into such contest of fruits, etc. Milk Shakes, Lemon
Developments under this company
Our prices are
an outrage which calls for on inter more blackguardism and buffoonery ades and Soda.
have been going on for some months.
use you right.
One notable fact which interested
News from all points of the com Come and see us.
men of capital was the superior qual
Pedro Alvarado, the Mexican pass indicates that this is going to
ity of coal which Mr. Rouse’s pros multi-millionaire miner who a few
J ames L. T hompson .
be on the whole the most quiet and
pecting resulted in bringing forth- years ago was working in a mine
most decent campaign that has been
It can safely be said that thus far in for 85 cents a day, has ordered a
held within the memory of living
the history of the coal mming in train of five Pullman cars, in which
men. Of course the personal ele Q 0Q U IU E LODGE, NO. 53, I. 0. 0. F.
Coos county a better quality of coal he will make a tour of Mexio. He
ment will enter into it, as indeed it
Meets every Saturday night.
has never been put upon the mar will be accompanied by a body
should; but there is at prtsent no
G eo . T. M oulton , N. G.
ket. At the present stage of de guard o f armed men.
Alvarado foreshadowing of the invective and J. S. L a w r e n c e , Sec’ y.
velopment a shaft has been sunk has just built at Parral the finest
baseless vituperation that have Q0QUILLE ENCAMPMENT, NO. 25, I. 0. 0. F.
and the coal vein now measures residence in Mexico.
More than a made so many presidential elections
Meets the first and third Thursday
three feet in thickness and the pros year ago he offered to pay the pub
irritating and harmful. Let us con nights in each month.
pect remains encouraging as the lic debt of the republic, saying that
L. H. H a z a r d , C. P.
I. H acker , 8cril>e.
work progresses. Within last month he had obtained his vast wealth
On Tuesday, August 30, a justice’s |y|AMIE REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 20.
the right has been seoured from the from the ground and therefore that
trial took place in Plainfield,
government to drive piles for the he oughth to donate that much of
Meets the second and fourth Wednes
New Jersey, in which no white per day nights in each month.
bunker at the river front which is it to the government.
M rs . K athryn S laglr , N. G.
to have a capacity of 500 or 600 was declined by Minister of Fi son had a part. It was a suit for M rs . M amie S lagle , 8ec’ y.
tons. The piles for this bunker nance Llmantour.
The ouly time
The former 0HADWICK 100GE, NO. BS, A. F. A A. M.
have been driven in the river and that Alvarado has been out of the ant were negresses.
Meets the Saturday night on or lie-
jury of her
the work of construction will be Parral mining district was two years
fore the fall moon.
pushed. A trestle from the mine ago, when he chartered a special race, and they were furnished.
D e . W . C ulin , W. M.
to the bunker has been completed train and took his family with him negro jdry was impaneled with Po J. J. L amb , Sec’y.
and a track laid. The cars are in to the city of Chihuahua to have a liceman Babitt, a negro, for fore gEULAH CHAPTER, NO. B, 0. E. S.
the course of rapid construction. gold filling placed in one ot bis man, and the case was tried before
Meets next Friday night.
Justice Paterson, a negro. Yet on
. M rs . K athryn S laole , W. M,
The machinery for the purpose of teeth.— Ex.
------------------- , Sec’ y.
ly one side was satisfied, as usual.
hoisting the coal from the mine ar
A call haa been issued for a con
rived by a recent steamer and is
Ex-Senator J. Couald Cameron, I'YCURGUS LODGE, NO. 72, K. P.
vention of Democratic editors in of Pennsylvania, contemplates build
Meets the second and fourth Tuesday
now being put into place.
It is estimated that the total cost New York City. It is thought that ing a model city near Harrisburg, nights each month in Odd Fellows’ hall,
N. C. M ed ley , C. O.
of development up to the time of be from 1,000 to 1,200 will be preBent. to be an industrial town with model R. H. M ast , K . R. 8.
ginning to ship coal will be about Watteraon of the Louisville Journal cottages, lawns, drives and parks, QOQUIILE LOOSE, NO. 127, A. 0. U. W.
(10,000. In addition to the coal will set the pace.
and an artificial lake. The cottages
Meets the second and fourth Monday
will be isolated, with rear garden nights each month In Odd Fellows’ hall.
shipped from the river, the local
S i c k n««<t«ehe
R. F.. N oslek , W . M.
trade, such as the river boats,
"F or several yeers my wife was patches. The place will start with O. F. R o h r e r , Rec.
woolen mills aud other enterprises, troubled with what physicians call a population of more than 400. This
IMPERIAL LODGE, NO. II, D. OF H.
will call for a considerable supply. ed sick headache of a very severe is a sensible way for a wealthy man
Meets the first and third Wednesday
to spend his time and and money— nights
As a prospective market the com
each month In Woodman hall.
eral eminent physicians and at a
pany has in view the city of Port great expense, only to grow woree trying to provido homes for other
Miaa G race S k b e l s , 0 . H.
land. A vessel now in course of untill she was vnable to do any kind people, and secure contentment as M rs . I. N. P l y l r r , Rec.
|y|YRTLE CAMP, NO. 197. W. 0. W.
About a year ago she an industrial foundation.
construction, it is said, will be used of work.
Meets the first and third Saturday
for the coal trade between this began taking Chamberlain’s Stom
The strike in Fall River, Mass.,
nights of each month.
point and the Columbia river. The ach and Liver Tablets and today is having a curious effect. The mill
W . H . M a n s e l l , C. C.
weighs more than she ever did be
new railroad survey from Drain fore aDd ia real well,” says Mr. owners propose to do away with J. G. S im m o n s , Clerk.
down the coast, after leaving Coos Geo. E. Wright o f New LondoD, mule epioners, and in eorne of the QOQUILLE COUNCIL, NO. 391, F. A. A.
For sale by R. S. corporations the looms are being
Bay crosses the Coquille river in New York,
Meets the second and fourth Thurs
the immediate vicinity of the new Knowlton.
equipped with electric stop motions day nights of each month in Odd Fel
mining developments, whioh fact
Da. Gao. R ussell , Pres.
I find nothing better for liver and long bobbins so that the num
M rs . C h a s . H arrington , Sec’ y.
makes the future outlook better for
derangemont and oonstipaion than
a mining section.
Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver third. In time it will only be nec £VENIN6 TIDE CIRCLE, NO. 214, W. 0. W.
Meets the aecond and fourth Satur
L. F. Andrews, Dee essary in a cotton mill to press an
day nights of each month.
F o b S a l e . — 3 good brood sows; Moines, Iowa.
For Sale by R. 8. electric button, end automatic de
Maa. W. H. M a n s e l l , Q. N.
vices will do all the rest.
2 heifers coming fresh about Sept. Knowlton.
J esse C. S i m m o m s , Clerk.
other mill speeders are being re
1; 1 good 4-yr-old draft horse,
A swell and up-to-date line of built so that but half o f the old JUSTUS 100GE. NO 35 RATHB0NE SISTERS
weight, near 1500 lbs; fine draft
Meets the first and third Tuesday
for gents, ladies and child number of hands will be required.
stallion and a good cider press.
nights each month in Odd Fellowa’ hall.
ren just opened at Mrs. Nosler’s, Already it is estimated that 1,500
E. A . T yrrell .
Mas. F red L inboar , E. Hr,
weavers can be dispensed with.
and the prices ate just right.
Mas. R. H. M ast . M. R. S.
Toilet Articles, School Books
and School Supplies,
Kodaks and Kodak Supplies,
Fine Stationery a Specialty.
\JF> T O
D H T B .
RO YAL FITTINGS,
ROYAL TREATM ENT.
B A X T E R BROS. PROPS.
P H O N E 116
NOSLER & LYONS
P R O P R IE T O R S
Best of W ork
Special Rates to Families and Hotels
We make our own soap and know its ingredients. No injurious chemicals uaed.
Our baskets will be left at all the principal points on the river.
Goods called for aud delivered in Ooquille City.
S W E E T CREAM
coquine Ice & Cold-Storage Co.
Osborn & Co’s Mill, Bandon,
Krewson & Goodman, of Coquille,
Will take orders for lumber of all kinds and in quantities to
I. H HAZARD, C h i e f
R. E. SHINE, Vlot Prss.
A. J. SHERWOOD, Prtt.
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
OF COÇUILiUB, O REGON.
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
Board of Directors.
R. G. Dement,
A. J. Sherwood,
L. H. Hazard,
R. K. Shine.
National Bank of Commerce, New Y ork City
Crocker Woolworth NT Bank, San Francisco
Flr»t Nat’l Bank o f Portland, Portland, Or.
/New Drug Store.
GEO- A- CHURCHMAN, PROP
GENERAL LINE OF CHEMICALS, DRUGS, PATENT
MEDICINES, DRUGGISTS’ SUPPLIES
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.
Having h a d m a n y years of experience in this line
we are prepared to give all the
best of satisfaction.