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V ol . 22: No. 87
Application made at the poet,
oftice at Coquille, Oregon, for trans.
misfiou through the mails as second
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, W E D N E SD A Y, M AY 31, 1905.
Cabin That Roosevelt Lived in.
Niagara and Commericialism.
Niagara shakes the earth. I f they
have aDy decenoy, they will do that.
Yes, and they will leave us the sun
and the m ooD and the stars, the
winds and the flowers. But will
men be thus decent? Some day a
man may blot out the light of the
suu in the name of commercialism.
Things as strange have happened.
.50 P er Y ear
NOTE A N D CO M M ENT
Portland, May 27.— The log cabin
Some years ago geologists were
I f Rojestuensky finds many more
in which President Roosevelt lived trying to figure out bow much lon g
neutral waters his voyage will rival
for three years while he was
that of Columbus as a voyage of
er Niagara would last. Whether they
Walter Culin, M. 0.
rancher has been placed in tho Ag
P h y s ic ia n a n d S ubgkon
»cultural building at tho Lewis and
( ' o q u il l k C i t y , O r b .
Clark Exposition as a part of the not know. A ll were agreed that
They might at lenst placard tho
Kronen berg Bldg.
state of North Dakota's exhibit the falls were good for some thou
T e le p h o n e 8.
cars which contain dynamite so
Next Door to P. d<$:
The cabin was taken apart and the sands o f years yet to be a thing of
that a train crew may know that
pieces numbered, so that it could beauty and joy to the lover of the
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it is necessary to take extra precau
sublime and the beautiful.
ho put together again exactly as
Stanley & Burns.
But greed has been looking at
was when the PreBideut lived in it
A ttoroeys-at-Law ,
San Francisco, May 23.— The
as a cowboy.
I t stands near the Niagara, the greed which is the
I f New York really prohibits wo
Real Estate, Collections.
south wall of the Agricultural basis of our commercialism, and first tangible step toward munici men and girls from betting on the
S p ecialties—Criminal and U. S. Land
this commercial greed is determined pal ownership of public utilities iu
Cases, N otaries Public.
races it will prove haul on thoso
C o q u il l h ,
. . . .
O r eg o n .
I t was in 1883 that Mr. Roose that Niagara will not remain longer San Francisco was taken last night show girls who are frequently cred
the undisturbed serenity of when the finance committee of the
velt went to North Dakota and pur in
ited with such large winnings.
natural law, but shall yield his Board of Supervisors ]iresented its
chased the Maltese Cross ranch,
place on the Little Missouri river, mighty power for the purpose of budget for the next fiscal year. The
W e supposed that “ marrying the
Geo. Russell, M. D.,
eight miles south of the town of making the millionaire more of a budget called for an appropriation family” was only a figure of Bpeech,
P h ysic ian and S ubgkon ,
Medora. On taking possession Mr millionaire still. It is estimated that of $8,287,000, of which $71G,000 is but we note that a Pittsburg girl A. J. SHERWOOD, Prêt.
l. H. HAZARD, Cashier
R. E. SHINE, Vies P rit
Office in U L S 8 E L L PHARMACY.
Roosevelt changed the name to if certain bill« pass the legislative for permanent improvements. This
has brought suit for breach of prom
, Culls prom ptly answered day or night,
bodies Niagara will send in a short includes $350,000 for the recon
Chimney Butte, on account of
ise against a man, his father, moth
chimney-shaped butte a short dis time but a thin stream down its struction and conversion of the er and three sisters,
Phone, main 130.
Geary-street railroad to an electric
The rough cabin
O reg on .
which he bought with the ranch side of the falls may go entirely dry. road with an underground conduct
Cannot Deacon Rockefeller in
This appropriation will
was tho future President’s only A hill to grant certain rights to the system.
op COQUIUUH, OREGON.
duce those wicked Standard Oil
permit the actual operation of the
borne for nearly three years, and in
directors whom Dr, Gallden says
company came up at the last session road in the early part of the fiscal
it he lived the life of the cowboy.
have been “ playing with loaded T ra n s a c ts a General B a n k in g B u s in e s s
A. J. Shenuood,
In the cabin there will be exhib of the New York Legislature, and year of 1906.07 by the purchase in dice and stacked cards” to attend
A ttorney - a t - L a w ,
ited also a number of the Presi despite the almost unanimous con that year of the necessary roll young John’s bible class?
Board of Directors.
N otary P u b lic ,
dent’s life at the period.
An old demnation of the press, passed the ing stock and other equipment,
R. C. Dement,
A . J. Sherwood,
National Bank of Corqiuerce, New York City
straw hut. which Mr. Roosevelt wore Senate. Tho bill is now in the The road runs from the junction of
L . Harlocker,
L . H . Hazard,
Crocker Woolworth N ’l Bank, San Francisco
Count Cassini may leave the Unit
R . E. Shine.
First N at’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Or.
when he went to the ranch, but hands of the Assembly, and it is tne Market, Kearny and Geary street to ed States with the conviction that
which was discarded shortly after belief of many who are competent Golden Gate Park, and is at pres his diplomatic efforts to popularize
ward as unsuitable to the kina of to form an opinion that when the ent operated by cable.
his country in the United States was
A tto r n e y - a t - L a w ,
There is great rejoicing among
life he must lead, was found in an Legislature meets again it will pass
at least more successful than Dr.
N otary P u b l ic ,
old sack in a corner of the cabip the Assembly. The grab promoters the advocates of municipal owner Burchard’s efforts to elect Mr.
and will be shown to the visitors of are reported to have spent $150,000 ship here today over the action of Blaine.
the Western W orld’s Fair.
Other in getting the bill through the Sen the Supervisors.
relics include the President's old ate, and they stand ready to give as
The Igorrotes will indulge in dog
gun, his “ chaps,” boots, and the much to get it through the Assem Information lor Young Women. feats for the benefit of the Coney
A private hospital for the care and treatment of medical, surgical
war bag in which he stored these bly.
AnSTRAOTKR OF TlTI.KS.
The following is information for island public, this summer. Be-
and obstetrical cases. Equipment new and modern
C o q u iu . k C it y , O rr
young women who may go to the twoeu the example of the Igorrotes
this country. Nobody seems to
in every particular.
Lewis and Clark Centennial at an<^ the mnehinations of the Beef
W hile the Roosevelt cabin prob care for anything except money.
Portland: A t the time of the Cen Trust we may be converted to a
ably will prove the most popular Does a man write a book? H e writes
Hall & Hall,
tennial in Philadelphia, in 1876, the canine diet yet.
feature of its participation, North for money. Does a man paint a pic
A t TORNEAR- at - L a w ,
Young Women’s Christian Associ
Including room, bjard, general nursing and drugs.
Dakota will have a most interesting ture? He paints for money. Does a
The reports from Ohio indicate
ation, then six years old, sent out
Dealer iu K iìa l E statk o f a ll kinds.
display at the Fair. The citizens of man carve a statue? He carves for
circulars to warn girls against com that Republican party in that State
that state are proud of its resources money. Does a man compose music?
ing to see the Exposition with the is preparing to rebuke the Presi
and when tho legislature refused to He conposes for money. A ll those
idea of getting work.
Notwith dent for his tariff re-adjustment
appropriate money for representa high sonsidei ations of art which
standing this there were hundreds policy by coming out with tlatfooted
Ellsworth B. Hall,
tion at the Lewis and Clark Expo obtained among poets, painters,
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o f girls stranded who exhausted stand pat plank in U b State plat
sition, they raised the required sculptors and composers have now
form, soon to be drafted.
their small savings in three or four
money by private subscription, un faded away. The time was when
days and found no work; how to
O oqotll « ,
O regon .
der a plan proposed by Governor some stern critics condemned as im
Booker Washington says there
protect them was a problem which
Collections and Insurance.
moral the dictum of “ art for art’s
E. Y. Scarles.
were only 13 Iynchings in the south
is well remembered by those who
North Dakota, being an agricul sake.” They thought the dictum were managers of the Association in the last six months as against an
average of 103 for each six months
tural state has placed its entire ex was not noble enough. But today at that time.
of 1895. Evidently the southern
Libit in the big Agricultural build, we see what is called “ art” that is
W. C. Chase.
E. 1). Sperry.
Desiring to meet these conditions
ing at the Exposition, where wall art for money’s sake, and nothing we make the following suggestions : negro is learning that it is unsafe
SPERRY & CHASE,
to treat white women with disre
space 36 feet wide by 90 feet long more. The people are money-mad.
1. See to it that you have money
I d this space an ex
And this attempt to grab Niagara enough for au emergency and for spect.
A ttorn ey s-at-Law.
hihit of grains and grasses and Fall» and destroy the beauty of it your return home.
Offioo in Robinson Building,
other farm products has been in for commercial purposes is a part of
President Roosevelt got his hand
P H O N E 116
2. See to it that before leaving
stalled, with the view of showing the money madness o f the time. home you learn from a reliable in by killing hears in the Rockies.
to the world the greatness of the Here is one of the most sublime and source that your destination in Then he hrnrod the Indians in the
state as a farming country.
Com and one of the most beautiful things Portland is a safe one.
Iroquois Club and conquered them
missioner Warren N. Steel of Bis in all the world, and men stand
E. G. D. Holden,
3. See to it that you accept no and now he has laid down the law
marck is in Portland, superintend ready to destroy the beauty and directions from either men or women of rate legislation to the railway
ing the installation of the exhibits, sublimity of it forever for a few pal on trains, if unknown to you, and men. What will he not do to the
City Reeorder, U. S. Commissioner, Gen
which is practically completed.
try dollars. Really it seems as that yon report to the conductor stand patters?
eral Insoranoe Acent, and N otary
though man must have atrophied any advances made.
You must d e
Pu blie. OiBoe in R o b in
The decision of the Secretary o f with the generations, when ever a pend upon yourself and the rail
Count C .ssini may be a clever
son B uilding.
Special Kates to Families and Hotels
! W ar to buy the materials and ma proposal for so wanton an act of road officials for information con diplomatist hut ho was never able
chinery with which to construct the
cerning trains. A n y questions will to pursuade the American people
Panama Canal where be can buy consideration. And there is eyi- be answered by the Traveler’s Aid that the Japs were wholly in the W e make our own soap and know its ingredients. N o injurious chemicals used.
Our baskets will lie left at all the principal points on the river.
them the cheapest will command the dence that men have atrophied in Agents to be found at the stations wrong or the shooting of women and
Goods called for and delivered in Ooouille (Jity.
respect of every unselfish American. some important particulors. W e on the way. They will be women children in St. Petersburg, Kishen-
A. F. Kirshman,
Even the protectionist can hardly love to boast of our progress and it with badges.
eff or Warsaw wero manifestations
D entist .
object. The decision in no way af is true that we have more knowl
4. See to it that you have an of bravery on the part o f the Rus
fects the American market which it edge o f the physical world today authorized Traveler’s A id card of sian army.
Oflii o two doors South of Post oCioe.
is the aim of protectionists to pre than ever before. But this is about identification.
serve intact for the American manu all that we can say. Once when a
Russia has been for a long time
5. See to it that you apply for
facturer and producer, in so far as religious prophet stood on the earth,
these cards to your Organization, pursuing exasperating tactics on the
it can he done.
The • construction he was an Isaiah, or at least a
northern boundaries of India, de
Society or Guild.
of the canal is a unique enterprise, Micah. But today the best that we
6. See to it that before accept spite the roar of the British lion.
largely patriotic, but it is also for are able to produce is a Dowie or ing
S tr. D I S P A T C H
Portland, Now that Russia is somewhat pre
the benefit of all nations, and of a Joseph Smith. Once men built through advertising or otherwise, occupied with affairs in Manchuria
Tom White, Master,
future generations. On the same such wonderful works as the Pyra that the Exposition Traveler’s Aid it would surprise no one if the lion
Ban<lon....... 7 a - m . | Coquille____ 10 a - m .
C oq u ille...... 1 P-M. | B andon____ 4 f - m . principle as philanthropic and re mids, the Sphinx, the Parthenon,
did a little marauding on his own
Committee endorses it.
Connects at Coquille with train for Marshfield ligious institutions are
C A R R IE S A F U L L L I N E O F
exempted the Coliseum, the Cathedral at C ol
7. See to it that before going to account, along Russian boundaries
and steamer B-*ho for M yrtle Point.
from taxation in this country, so ogne or Westminster Abbey. But any lodging or boarding house that north of India.
S tr . F A V O R I T E
the Canal should be exempted from □o such wonderful works are going
the Exposition Traveler’s Aid Com
•T. C. Moomaw, Master,
burden of the tariff tax which, on in our midst. And when we
E xp osu re
mittee recommends it. The address
Coquille....... 7 a - m . | Bandon. .10:45 a - m . it is already demonstrated would in wish to read literature that is really
T o cold draughts o f air, to keen
of the Portland headquarters of
Bandon......... 1 p - m . | Coquille. 4:45 p - m .
crease the cost by considerably profound, is it not nocessary to go
this Committee is 312 Oak street, and cutting winds, sudden changes
Str. K C H O
more than 50 per cent Of course, back to the masters of Greece or to
of the temperature, scanty clothing,
there will be tremendous pressure men who have been inspired by
undue exposure o f the throat and
M yrtle P o in t. . . 7 a - m . | oquille C’y 9 30 a - m . on Congress to entend the protec those masters? Our commerical lit
F or S ale . — One United States neck after public speaking and
qiiille C ity. .1 p - m . | M yrtle P ’t . . 4 00 p - m .
tive system to the materials and erature is not profound. Y ou can Turbine Seperator, capacity about singing, bring on coughs and cold.
Daily except Sunday. ,________
machinery for the canal but it is to can almost see with the naked eye 1000 pounds; in good order, as good
Ballard’s Horehound Syrup is
| l>e hoped that in this instance the the money-microbes dancing in as new. Owner perfectly satisfied the best cure. Mrs. A. Barr, Hous
W . U. Panter, Mantor.
members of Congress will show every line and with every word of but it is not large enough for his ton, Texas writes, Jan. 31, 1902:
M yrtle Point 1:30 p - m . I Coquille C’y 1:00 p - m . some evidence of broad minded pa Elbert Hubbard’* Phili stine, or in
business. For full particulars go to ‘One bottle of Ballard’s Horehound
Coquille C ity 7:00 a -M. | M yrtle F t 10:00 a - m .
I t is generally under one of E lla Whseler W ilcox’s jingles, X- H. Mehl A C o’s, hardware store. Syrup cured me o f a very bad
Connects with lower-river boats at Coquille triotism.
City for Bandon and intermediate points.
stood, although not officially de which some folks call poetry, be
Ample barges for handling freight.
cough. It is very pleasant to take.
F or I ale . —One acre tract in nice
termined that the eight hour law cause they know no better.
For sale by R. S. Rnowlton.
Sewing Machine Repairing
W ell, if such thiDgs must be, they location with house and barn; 100
David Fulton, ol this city, is an expert will apply to the w >rk on the canal
cleaher and repairer, and anyone in and that of itself will materially in must be, we suppose. N o method young fruit trees.
H o te l and liv e r y sta ble tor sale. B oth
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need o f his services will do well to call crease the cost of the enterprise.
b u ild in gs in good c o n d itio n ; 16 room s in
is known of making men and women H erald office.
nowlton’s Drug Store
Besides a complete stock |
^ ot Drugs and Druggist’s Sun-1
dries carries Kodaks and Sup- g
plies, Phyrography outfits and
FIR ST N A T IO N A L B A N K
M A R S H F IE L D
$£15 t o $ £ 3 0 p e r* w e e k :
Miss S. O. Lakeman. Matron.
o q u il l e
S. M. NOSLER,
Best of Work
The New Store,
C91JU1LLE RIVER STEAM39Ai C)
MRS. M. NOSLER, PROP
Ladies Furnishing Goods, etc.
Novelties, Fancy Goods
Notions, Nuts, Can
dies and Tropi
F ro n t S tree t,
at his residence or drop him a card.
great. Bat if people have any sense
Mr. and Mrs. Horsfall passed
As keeper of the peace of Europe o f decency left they will spare ua through from Marshfield to Bandon
the great works of God. They will Monday.
A good hom e tu this c ity , on- K ing Edward has no sinecure.
a-v term s:
Mee those ba b y Ixiiin ets at Mrs. P e r- leave us to look on and marvel at
See those black silk ekirtH a
E n q u ire at lliis office.
' at the mighty thunder with which Mrs. Perrott’s.
h otel, 12 bedroom s. A ll ruoms fu r- |
24 sta lls in sta b le.
dow n , balance on ea sy p a y m en ts.
F or I
fu rth e r in fo rm a tio n ca ll on o r address
E . M . F u rm a n , th e
P ia n o M an, M a rsh -
B eM , O r., o r a t th is office.
C o q u ille , O re g o n , .
F O R JOB
P R IN T IN G