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SEMI - WEEKLY
Progress of Exposition.
M iss Johnson’s
Short H istory.!
W ill ask Taritt b e Reduced.
Washington, Nov. 11.—Secretary
A long-existing popular demand
Portland, Oregon, Nov. 15.— Al
has decided to lay before Con
though nearly seven months still
remain before the opening day, of Oregon, suitable for use in the gress at the approaching session
W alter Culin, M. D.
June 1, the construction work on upper grades of the public schools the project for the reduction of
P h y sic ia n a n d S urgeon
| the grounds and buildings of the of the state, was urgently voiced by customs duties on goods entering
C o q u il l e C it y , O r e .
Lewis and Clark Exposition is rapid some of our leading educators at the United -tates from tho Phili-
K ronenborg Bldg.
T elep h on e 3.
ly nearing completion. Several of the annual meeting of the State pines at the present rate, which is
N ext Door to P. O.
the main exhibit palaces are already Teachers’ Association held in Port 75 per cent of the Dingley tariff
The sentiment of rates, to 25 per cent of those rates,
finished and the completed state of land last June,
the introduc : the’ reduction to apply to sugar and
Stanley & Burns,
the study of tobacco, while all other Philippine
fied in the beautiful lawns and beds
of blooming flowers which now Oregon history took tangible form products are to be placed on our
Real Estate, Collections.
Specialties—Criminal and U. S. Land
This subject was dis
at that time in the adoption of for free list.
grace the site.
Cases, Notaries Publio.
length at today’s
Three of the main exhibit palaces
C oqu illh ,
O regon .
— the Agricultural building, the desirability of every pupil in the Cabinet meeting. The Secretary’s
Foreign Exhibits building and the public schools of the state becom proposal last year was to cut the
Liberal Arts building— are under ing familiar with the leading facts Dingley duties on sugar and tobac
Geo. Russell, M. D.,
roof and ready to receive exhibits, of the state’s history, and more par co to 50 per cent of the regular
P hysician and S uuobon .
shipment of which will be com ticularly the achievement of Cap rates, but he argues now that, in
Office upstairs in MARTIN BUILDING
menced in the East December 1. tains Lewis and Clark, and respect view of the additional burden
Calls promptly answered day or night.
The Agricultural palace, the next to fully asking the state textbook com placed by Congress on Philippine
Night call will be answered from Mrs.
the largest building on the grounds, mission to select a book adapted for trade through the requirement that
Wickham’ s Boarding House.
Philippine goods shall be carried in
which, it was stated six months ago, such study.
Phone, main 136.
I d this connection the lack of a American bottoms alone, it is only
would l>e ready for exhibits Novem
ber 1st, was ready on the specified history suitable for the purpose was fair to reduce the American import
date. The Forestry building, prob a most regretable fact, for it was duties on Philippine goods to the
ably the most interesting on the and is urgently desirable, or rather point indicated.
grounds, is well advanced, the mas necessary, that it be made known
4. J. Sherwood,
After Gambling in Olympia.
sive timbers which compose the now, through the public schools,
^■"TOBNEY -AT-L a w ,
walls and pillars being already in what the Lewis and Clark Exposi
N oy RY P ublic ,
Olympia, Wash., Nov. 11.—Fol
place. The Mines and Metallurgy, tion commemorates, and what rela
C oqu ille,
lowing the example set by Portland,
Festival Hall, the Machinery, Elec tively is the importance in the
Seattle and Spokane, the Sheriff of
tricity and Transportation palace, origin of the state of that first
Thurston county has served notice
and the Oregon building are rising journey by white men to the Pacific
upon saloon proprietors that the
Fortunately this lack no
from their foundations. The shel ocean.
A ttorney -A t - L a w ,
state law prohibiting gambling
ter pa villion, located just outside the longer exists, for we have now just
N otary P u b l ic ,
must he enforced and saloons close
entrance, is receiving from the press of McClurg & Co., of
at midnight and o c Sundays. The
the finishing touches and some Chicago, ‘‘A Short History of Ore
result is that for a few nights all
beautiful modeling work in docura- gon,” compiled by Sidona V. John
gambling paraphernalia is put out
tive designs is to be noted both on son of this city, which has every
of sight, wheels fail to revolve, slot
this building and the Colonnade en thing to commend it to the educator
machines are turned face to the
AB8TK.«'TK,S of T iti . e s .
for school use, as well as to the
wall, and the gambling rooms are
C o q u il l e C it y , O re
The Colonnade entrance, located general reader desirous of being
the same quiet, deserted places they
at Twenty-sixth and Upshur streets, well informed concerning Oregon’s
were immediately after the passage
about eighteen minutes’ ride from most interesting beginning and
of tho anti-gambliDg law by the
Hall & Hall,
the business section of Portland, early history.
Legislature of 1903.
A ttorney *- v r -I . aw ,
The critic will look in vain for
admits one to the grounds. From
Denial ill U ra l E state o f nil kin d s.
the entrance a glimpse is had of the historical errors, literary crudities,
New England Storm Center.
named Columbia or the citation of unimportant and
M arshfield, Oregon.
Court, with Guild’s Lake, the Gov insignificant facts which constitute
Boston, Nov. 14.— New England
ernment. Peninsula, and the river in the greater part of voluminous his- was the center yesterday of the
J. C u ftia Onoah, h. /V P
are the Administration building, conciseness without curtness, and ing, has been sweeping up the A t
D e n t is t .
and the police, fire and emergency clarity with accuracy characterize lantic seaboard.
j office two doors south Odd Fellow’ s Hnll
stations. Passing straight through this m oBt acceptable history of our dawned yesterday the immediate
j Will mnke Bandon a professional visit
Columbia Court, which consists of state, which has already won the storm center was off Case Hatteras,
two broad avenues, with spacious, scholarly approval of Dr. Joseph R. but in the afternoon it had moved
the first Monday in each quarter.
sunken gardens between, the cen Wilson, who has decided to use it to the vicinity of Nantucket Island.
C oqu ille, O regon.
tral figure of which will be the as a text book in the Portland When at its heightb the wind blew
statue of the heroine, Sacajawea, Academy.
with hurricane velocity.
The last school year proceeding city the maximum velocity was 45
one reaches the parapet at the head
E . D. Sperry.
of Lakeview Terraces. From this the opening of the Lewis and miles at 5:20 o’clock yesterday after
commanding position a series of Clark Exposition is fast slipping by, noon. At Block Island, R. I., there
SPERRY & CHASE,
broad steps, with massive balus and if the young people of the was a 76-mile gale, and at Kantuc-
Attorney s- at-Law.
trades, lead down to the shore of state are to have an opportunity to ket, this state, a velocity of 60
Guild’s Lake. At the foot of this study Oregon history and become miles was recorded.
Offloe in Kobinson Building,
grand stairway is the band stand, clearly and intelligently conversant
The storm passed east last night
and on the shore of the lake the with the historical significance of and was severe in Maine and the
The esplanade, our forthcoming exposition before maritime provinces. At Portland,
already well under way, will lead the people of Portland are called Maine, at 11 o ’clock the wind was
£. G. D. Holden,
outward into the lake, then west upon to welcome the many visitors increasing in velocity, and would,
L a w t sb ,
ward, crossing the Trail and Bridge attracted hither by our celebration the observer at the local weather
City Heoorder, 0 . 8. Comm is»«»»*. Gen
of Nations, and ending in St. Helen's of the centennial anniversary of bureau said, reach hurricane di
eral Inaurance Age-», «cd Notary
western exploration, no time should mensions. The coast storm is ac
P u b li o . O f f *
U o h in -
The Trail, which is the name given be lost by public school officials in companied by snow, rain, hail and
to the concessions street, will be in emulating the alert and appre sleet.
located on the near part of the ciative action of Dr. Wilson.— Port
Bridge of Nations.
Here, for a land Journal.
Japanese General is Killed.
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distance of 800 feet, the bridge has
St. Petersburg, Nov. 14.—The
been built 150 feet wide, and the Cleaning the Print-Shop W in
A. F. Kirshman,
death of General Kuroki over a
shows will be located on both sides
D e n tist .
month ago is confirmed.
of a Beventy-foot avenue.
Council Bluffs has a Mayor who ing to a dispatch telegraphed from
Office at Residence, one block east o f bridge, the fouudation work of
ought to be obliged to diet the rest Mukden to the Associated Press by
which is nearly completed, will lead
of his days on bean soup, and eat it Nemirovich Danchenko, the well-
to the peninsulia on which will be
C oqu ille
out of a jug with a gimlet. He known Russian war correspondent,
situated the government building.
notified a newspaper of that town to General Kuroki was struck by a
Wheu completed, the Bridge of
clean its front windows. The ed fragment of a shell, which tore away
Nations, classic in outline and
itor obeyed the order, and then got a portion of his breast and abdo
built in imitation of solid masonry,
Str. D IS P A T C H
more than even by calling upon the \ men, dying at Liao Yang October 4.
will span a thousand feet of water
Tom White, Master,
Mayor to clean the streets. The His body was sent to Japan.
way, the largest ever included and i
stuff from the windows and window
B andon...........7 a - m . j Coquille... .10 a - m .
Ths actual command of the army
C oquille........ 1 P-M. | Bandon----- 4 P-M. utilized in au exposition site.
sills had filled the streets with has been entrusted to General Nod-
Connects at Coquille with train for Marshfield
The Exposition site, the m ost.
debris, and it took the entire force zu. but it is rumored that Siassinii
and steamer E?ho for Myrtle Point.
beautiful ever utilized for such a
hours to gather it up and put it (literally ‘‘Third Prince” ) a relative
Str. F A V O R IT E
purpone, covers approximated 180
away. The brilliant light has now of the Mikado, has been appointed
J. C. Moomaw, Master,
acres of land and 220 acres of water,
made six of the newspaper’s com to succeed Kuroki.
Coquille....... 7 a - m . | Bandon. .10:45 a - m . In the park o f the site, thirty-eight
Bandon......... 1 p - m . | Coquille. 4:45 P-M. species of native trees and shrubs positors blind and melted all the
rollers of the press; besides that, no
To Succeed Fairbanks.
dot the well-kept lawns.
one could find the office for three
sunken gardens, where the most
Alva Lee, Master,
days, it was so changed. The sun's , Evansville, Ind., Nov. 14.— Mem
beautiful flowers will be planted, I
C oquille........ 1 p - m . j Bandon . . . . 5 p - m .
rays exploded the office towel, and bers of tho Legislature recently
B andon....... 7 a - m . j Coquille----- 11 a - m . with a cascade effect of water run
ink on the towel catching fire elected from the First District met
Carrying passengers and mail.
ning from a fountain in the center,
melted the type in the office, and it here today and unanimously in
Coquille River Transportation Co. will be one of the most beautiful j ran out of the eecond-story window dorsed Mr, James A. Heminway,
features. In the western part of
onto the street-car track and solder chairman of the appropriations
Str. L I B E R T Y
the grounds will be located the ex-1
ed the switch solid, so that a man committee in the National House of
W . R. Panter, Master.
perimeotal gardens, where many
starting to Lake Manawa to swim Representatives, for the Senate, to
Bandon........ 7 a - m . | Coquille. ...10 a - m . varieties of plants, both useful aa
C oquille....... 1 p - m . | Bandon
4 p m . market products and beautiful in went to Omaha and was run in by succeed Vice-President-elect Fair
Makes connection with train at t ’oquille
horticultural effect, will be grown. the poliee.— Typographical Journal. banks.
and up-river boats.
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T. W . P A N TE R , Managing Owner. Every effort is being made by the
management to add to the natural
Catile for Sheep.
beauty of Centennial Park by arti
of Portland, will
Will trade a fine lot of cows and
ficial culture, and already the
T. W. McCloskey. Master,
grounds are taking on an appear several head of young stock for he in Coquille hotel on Nov. 14 end
MyTtle P oin t.. .7 a - m . f Coquille C’y 9:30 a - m .
sheep. Inquire of J. D. Myers, on remain six days.
Coquille City. .1 p - m . | Myrtle P’t. 4:00 p m . ance which assures the highest ex
Rinck creek. Address Coquille.
cellence ou opening day.
Daily except Sunday.
without pain. All work guaranteed.
COQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT CO.
$2.00 P er Y e a r .
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, NOVEMBER 18, 1904.
V ol . 22: No. 37
Entered as second-clans m atter July 8,
1904, at the postoffice at C oquille, Ore
gon, under act o f Congress of M arch 3,
NOTE A N D CO M M ENT.
Firing has been heard off Vigo,
Spain. Probably the Russian fleet
has captured anothor fishing vessel.
The Republican National Com
mittee collected a campaign fund
less than half as large as that col
lected four years ago and less than
one-third that of eight years ago.
The democratic fund was also be
lieved to be less than it has been on
some former occasions.
reason for hope that future cam
paigns will be fought on purer lines
than in the past.
T o ile t A rtic le s , School Books
and School Supplies,
Kodaks and Kodak Supplies,
Pine S ta tio n e ry a Specialty.
The University of Washington is
investigating the alleged discovery
of a live toad of unusual size in a
Beattie coal mine, 300 feet below
New York has a Greek news
paper called Atlantis.
It is pub
lished in Greek and has a large cir
culation among the members of
that race residing in this cou ntry.^
Best Wheels Out
Rare Bargains in Second-Hand W heels.
W h eels to Rent.
The charge that the President
Repairing Done on Short Notice.
and his campaign manager con
spired to use official information to
extort campaign contributions is
Bast Er.d ot Front St.
not ¡only a reflection on the intel
ligence of the people to whom it is
l . H. HAZARD, C sthlsr
R. E. SHINE, Vloa Pre>.
A. J. SHERWOOD, Prss.
stated, but it is wholly untrue and
unwarranted slander on tho fair
name of the nation.
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
Now we are sure that Admiral
Rojestvensky wants to be locked up
for the safety of international com
merce—and of Rojestvensky.
C O Q U I llllB , O R E G O N .
T ra n sa c ts a General Banking B u sin e ss
Board of Directora.
National Bank of Commerce, New York City
The export trade of the United R. O. Dement,
A. J. Sherwood,
Crocker Woolworth N ’l Bank, San Francisco
L. H. Hazard,
States for the past three years
R .E . Shine. First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Or.
amounted to $4,288,000,000, an
average annual increase of $516,000,
000 over the years of 1895, ’96 and
'IN / I N ✓ IN ✓ IN
T 1 T^ r \
n r n T T T t t
/ u r
Another great step in the direc
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tion of international peace has been
taken by the United States. An
w a V l b * i a t i v i fi
just been concluded by Secretary
Hay and Ambassador Jusserand.
The majority of the American
people, irrespective of their party
party afiliations, will be thankful to
learn that Mr. Parker was mislead
in his statements concerning the
We venture to assert
that Mr. Parker himself is too good
an American not to have been
thankful when he found that no
such deplorable state of affairs ex
isted anywhere under the American
MRS. B E R M PAYNE,
Dealer iu i ’aui-.y ana j-ian.eb r um isain#
Al«o a earn-
plete line of Seasonable Millinery.
Meets all Boats and Trains. Goods Handled with Care and
The ‘‘Sick Man of E urope” has
A G E N T FOR RIVERTON C O A L.
concluded it is about time for him WOOD FOR SALE-
Leave orders at T. J. Little’s Livery Stable.
to contribute something to the gay-
ety of nations. He has ordered that
no Amencan bibles be sold or dis
tributed within his domain.
Kuropatkin is not altogether un
lucky. The Russian navy making
him, by contrast, a paragon of dis
o q u il l e
PH O N E 116
An Atlanta newspaper thanks
God that, while the South has no
political contest to break the mo
notony, she has a few automobiles
and football games.
NOSLER & LYO NS
Best o f W o rk
Special Kates to Fam ilies and H otels
Women’s Clubs announces that ex
travagance in dress is ruinous to
Our experience has been W e m ake our own soap and know Us ingredients. No injurious ch em ica ls used.
Our baekete will lie left at all the principal pointe on the river.
that it has been even more so to
G oods called for and delivered in C oquille City.
A professor of the Smithsonian
Institution writes that he has dis
covered the germ of laziness in
We always had an
idea that several good specimens
could be found nearer home.
Eight years ago Cuba was full of
Palma explained to the Congress,
which reassembled on our election
day, how there happened to be a
single case in Santiago. We did do
something for Cuba.— World.
coquille Ice & Cold-Storage Co.
T H E
A R unaw ay
lllr jr lr
Terminated with an ugly cut on
the leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin
Grover, 111, It developed a stub
born ulcer unyielding to doctors
and remedies for four years. Then
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve cured. It’s
just as good for Burns, Scalds,
Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25c, at
R. 8. Knowlton’s Drug Store.
Who tied the cow ’s tail to his leg in the psooen of milk
ing; said she had not dragged him over two miles before
he realized he had made a mistake.
KCo-w IMImclA rartner
Must you he dragged before you realize you are making a
mistake in not using Electric Lights.