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About Semi-weekly herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1904-1905 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1904)
Explosion in Factory.
Portsmouth, Dec. 1C.—Effie Phil
lips was killod and Mattie Bice anil
PUBLISHED EVBKY TUESDAY
Ola Smith were fatally injured as a
result of a panic caused by an ex
plosion in a toy cap factory of
1) P. DEAN, EDI TOR AND PROPRIETOR
Lloyd A Adams. Tbo girls jumped
from third story windows.
Countv Official Paner. other employes were burned and
I>.,Toted t o ib e Uniterm! and social np- bruised.
Tho building is partly de
lin ililtn p o f the O oqaille V alley parttcnlarly
end o f Oooa O onnty se n e ra lly .
•n'isoription, peryaar, In advance, f . ’ .OO
(’ a a iBTii N C’HOEcn. — 1*1 (‘ Hohinfcr every
Hnnday at 11 a. 10 . and 7:30 p. ni. Sunday
school at 10 a, in. Christian Endeavor at
6:30 p. m
Prayer meeting every Wednes
day evening at 7:30. All cordially invited.
Episcopal Chnroh.—Episcopal services
will he held at St. James ohoroh, Coqnille
City the third Snuday in eaoh month.
Sunday sohool at 10 a. m. eaoh snuday.
Wm. Horsefall, Pastor.
M E. Church, Smith : Preaching each
and every SnndavS at 11 a. in, and 7:30 p.
to Snmlay-achool every Sunday at 10
n’olook. Senior Epworth I.eiigne at 6:80, p.
tn. Junior League at 3:30,p. m . Prayerineet-
inp Thnrsday evening at 7:30.
H. A. lieagan, paator.
Methodist Episcopal ohnrch.—Service
the first and third Sunday in eaoh month
Preaching at 11 o’ clock a. m. and 7-10 p. ni.
Snndav aohool at 10 o'olock a. m.
worth League at 6:30 p. m.
W . H. M tkhs .
I u r o i m u i CnnBcn.—Preaching eer-
v-ei s 2nd and 4th Snndays, morning ard
veiling, Snnday School every Snuday at
Id m, Christian Endeavor servioeaevery
e’n day at 6:30 p. in., Misa Winnie Hall.
IT. «¡dent. Ladies’ Aid and Miaaionary
o. ietv meats every two weeks on Thnrs-
a i s a t ? p. m. A cordial weloome iaex-
lei led to the pnblic to attend nil onr ser-
A dolph H atikki . t , Pastor
I he W. C. T. C. meets every 1st and 3rd
• idav at u. m. at the Christian ohnrch.
'K vknth D ay A i > vkntiht C hdboh —Sab-
onth i seventh day) services; Sabbath
oliool 10 a. m.. llible study 11 a. in.,
grayer mepting Tuesday evening 8 p. ro„
i-onng people’ s meeting Friday, 8 p. in.
4M arc invited to attend these meeting«.
O. H. HUNCH.
Mrs. Yates, the noted music
teacher, has a class at Norway now.
B orn . —At this place, Dec. 14, to
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Iiandleman, a
Misi Ella Clinton spent the first
part of the week with her brother,
Isom, who met with tho shooting
accident Sunday, but he is getting
along so nicely, she was able to re
turn to her work iu Myrtle l ’oint
Washington, Dec. 15.— Brigadier-
General Samuel M Whiteside, re
tired, who hail command of the de
partment of tho Santiago during
the Spanish war, died suddenly in
this city today.
Washington, Dec. 15.— Repre
sentative Hermann introduced a
a bill appropriating $100,000 for the
construction of a dredge for service
in harbors and bays along the
Special inducements will lie made
by J. D. Myres of Matt Rink creek,
to auyone wishing a site for a port
able sawmill. Everything neces
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School is progressing nicely with
an attendance of thirty-three. The
eight mouths’ public school will be
out the 23rd iust., but priyate
school begins the poxt Monday.
Tho high water of this week has
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(Daily Coast Mail.)
C. H. Merchant is seriously ill at Oregon.
his home in South Marshfield.
FI k IK W i l l bit H itte r.
E. Hoickendorff left on tho Break
Those who will persist in Hosing
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John and Mae Melutosh are pas Discovery for consumption, will
have a long and bitter fight with
sengers on tho Breakwater for a
their troubles, if not ended earlier
visit to San Francisco.
by fatal termination.
Attorney J. S. Coke was a passen T R Beall of Beall, Miss, has to
ger on the Breakwnter for a short say: “ Last fall my wife had overy
symptom of consumption. She took
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Dr King’s New Discovery after
A number of the local music everything else had failed.
lovers met at the home of Mr. and provement came at once nnd four
Mrs. Geo. Ayre, in South Marsh bottles entirely cured her.
anteed by R. S. Knowlton, Drug
field, last evening and the prelimin
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ary steps were tukcu to organize a Trial bottles free.
music club. The name of the club
is to be the Marshfield Mandolin
R -I-P -A -N -8 Tabules
Club. Several very pleasant hours
A good prescription
were spent before tho party ad
journed to meet again next Tues
day at the same place when the or
ganization will be perfected.
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The Congressional Committee has
returned from Panama with tho con
clusion drawn from close observa
tion that n sea-level canal lietween
the oceans is the only one to be
Already some state legislatures
liaye been petitioned to pass laws
post season 14 players have been
killed, aud 296 hurt.
It is a ques
tion whether tho game is not as bar
barous as a bull fight, which no hu
mane Amoricnu would patronize
under any consideration.
The emotional gush and flap
doodle about Nancy Patterson is in
creasing the disreputo into which
jury trials have already fallen. The
divoreod woman on trial for murder
o f a married lover is tenderly al
luded to ns an innocent girl, and
Ilmier*; money, and offers of mar
riage are enrried to her cell. One
trial has already mil carried by a
sensitive juror becoming suddenly
incapacitated. And now this simple-
minded creature informs (he world
that she doesn't want any old man
on her jury!
Is justice impossible
when the prisoner at the bar can
get her eyes upon an impressionable
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