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COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1905.
Entered an second-class m atter May
8, 1905, at the postollice at Co m ille,
O regon, under act o f Congrega of March
P h y sic ia n
C o q u iu - k C i t y , O ku .
Next Door to P
T e le p h o n « 3.
Stanley & Burns,
Attorneys- at- Law,
Real Estate, Collections.
Specialties—Criminal and U. S. Laud
Cases, Notaries Pnblio.
O b EGON.
Geo. Russell, M. D.,
H uuokon ,
Offloe in KU88KLL PHARMACY.
Calls promptly nnawured day or night.
Phone, main 1311.
A. J, Sherwood,
at - L aw ,
N otaby P u b lic ,
A ttobuky - at - L a w ,
T itles .
OoquiLLK C ity , O re
Hall & Hall.
M arshfield, Oregon.
Cl Is w orth H Unii
Collection! and Insurance
W . C. Chase.
E. D. . Sperry.
SPERRY & CHASE,
Office in Robinson Building
E. G. 0. Holden,
L awykb .
City Recorder, U. S. Commissioner, Öen
eral Insnranoe Agent, and Notary
Public. Office in Robin
D b n t ist .
Office two doors South o f Post oltloe.
COQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT GO
e a r
N O TE A N D C O M M E N T
S iV .-W * . » 'A N W
A -V .V H ’
The attorney-general this morn- j Two trains from San Franeis-
New York, July 4.— By the prema-
Uncle Sam should take heed lest
ing filed an opinion in reply to tlie co for Portland, running in five sec- ture explosion of a shell iu the open he become Morocco-bound.
inquiry from the state board of con- ' tiotm, carried north from the Bay breach of a five-inch gun while a
Tho Russians seem determined
trol as to whether the appropriation City in a single day this week 3,000 Fourth of July salute was being
for the maintenance of the State persons, and the facilities were fired at Castle William on Gover not to leave it for Japan to humil
Soldiers’ Home would be available j overtaxed. Meanwhile an average nor’s Island today. Private Cornel iate tha Czar.
for the maintenance of the family of one steamer a day is sent out ius Harington, of Company II.
Russian and Japanese diplomat
colony at Orting provided for by from each port, and the accommoda- Eighth Infantry, was so bably in
ists are being taught what Ameri
the Legislature of 1905, and also if tiona are always sold far in advance. jured that he may not recover.
cans mean by the word bustle.
the maintenance of said colony Ths extent to which the O. R. k N. One arm was torn off, his right eye
would would forfeit federal aid to has failed to handle the water traf was blinded and he was terribly
Wanted.— A nice, gentle little
the Home itself
fic is reflected in the large number burned on the head and body. kinglet, with blond hair and a sun
The attorney-general set at rest of outside steamers that have been Sergeant Frank Webb, of the same ny disposition. Apply to Norway.
the fears of the board.
Concern placed on the route. In the month company and regiment, was also
President Castro is enjoying
ing the law of 1900, he says:
of June twenty-nine steamers sailed badly hurt, and it is feared he will
“This law, it seems, substantially from Portland for San Francisco lose the sight of one of bis eyes, peace now. He may have trouble
on his hands after Congress meets.
places the families within the Home, with full passenger lists, and of this but is expected to iscover.
and if the federal court can be in number but three were
Both men were removed to the
The unfortunate Russian poet
duced to tako that view of it no under the Harriman flag.
hospital on Governor’s Island, and lauroate will probably have to con
trouble will arise as to the assistace
The theory that it was unneces the firing of the salute was contin
R. E. SHINE, Vice Pres
l. H. HAZARD, C ish le r
tent himself with a few appropriate A. J. SHERWOOD, Prat.
of those living within the colony. sary to provide a eufficent number ued. Au inquiry to determine the
stanzas on the victory of the Dog
But if not, the only difficulty the of steamers to handle this traffic be cause of the accident will l>e made
state would be the witholding of cause it could just as well be turned at once.
the $100 from each of those living over to the railroads, is not
President Castro announces his
This however, working out very
Everyone with the least knowl intention to visit the United States.
would not prejudice or effect in the Not only have the owners of every edge of the methods pursued in the There is nothing to prevent bis com
O p C O Ç U I Ü Ü H , OR EG O N*
others in the Home.
old floating tub that can turn u executive departments of the gov ing provided he can pay his hotel
T r a n s a c t s a G en eral B a n k in g B u s in e s s
“In any event, it seems that un wheel been reaping rich returns ernment will learn with pleasure bills and tips.
der the new law the federal govern from the traffic, but it is taxing the that President Roosevelt has dis
The United States will make no
ment can ce shown that all those capacity of the railrords to haudle covered some of the weakness of
Board of Directors.
residing within tho colony are sub their Bhare. And the busy season the prevailing systems, or lack of more 1C inch guns. Mr. Togo has
R. C. Dement,
A. J. Sherwood,
Nation«! Rank of Commerce, New York City
stantially within the protection of is not yet fairly on. It will even system, and has appointed a com demonstrated that the 12 inch var
L. If. Hazard,
* ’rocker Woolworth N’l Rnnk, San Francisco
U. K. Shine. Kirnt Not i Rank of Portland, Portland, Or.
the Homeand should receive federal tually draw on the transportation mittee of the most capable young iety can do quite damage enough to
assistance. The appropriation for lines operating out of Portland aud officials to conduct a thorough in anything afloat.
the maintenance of the State Sol through Oregon that this is a trade vestigation and make recomroenda.
The resignation of Ohief Engi
diers’ Home is, therefore, in my field worth cultivating. Five years tions in accordance with their find
neer Wallace is a aouree of grave
opinion, available for the main ago the O. R. & N. handled all of ings.
Perhaps one of the reforms disappoinment to the administra
tenance of the colony, and the the water traffic between Portland which will result will be the seel
tion . Perhaps Mr. Wallace was
maintenance of the old soldiers and and San Francisco. Three years ing of the salaries of negro messen
afraid of yellow fever.
families should not forfeit federal ago more than two-thirds of it still gers who often receive $1200 a year
assistance.” — South Bend Journal. remained in its hands, but at this and the increase of the salaries of
A private hospital for the care and treatment of medical, surgical
time not to exceed one-third of the scientists many of whom have been officially that the “ cabbage snake”
and obstetrical cases. Equipment new and modern
water traffic between the two cities compelled to take a four years post is not poisonous. It is s comfort to
G o o d R o a d s for Benton.
nowlton’s Drug Store
Besides a complete stock fj
| ot Drugs and Druggist’s Sun-
| dries carries Kodaks and Sup-
\ plies, Phyrography outfits and
FIR ST N A T IO N A L B A N K
Corvallis, Or., July 4 .—Three
sessions of a convention of the
National flood Roads Association
were held here today, and the Ben-
ton County Good Roads Association
was organized with a large member-
ship. There w< e addresses at the
moaning session by Colonel Moore,
is carried on its ships.
ly, the ocean route is free to all
Were it otherwise our
California neighbors would have
i difg,.ulty ¡n reaching tho fa ir,—
“The young officers are longing
war,” says a dispatch from Ber
O u i...." ! Itix io s u d M r. K oss, .u(l u lin.
That is precisely tlie danger
conference at the afternoon session, j o f a ,nrge atanding army 8U(, the
The latter meeting was interupted groond on which many psople
....... «‘ fte.uoon fire, which de- poge wh„ t ig popularly terme(l mili_
strooed a house owned by Mrs. Uryigm
,.xhe young office„ are
Purdy aud occupied by Mrs. Greer. longing fer war/. Datura|ly
The evening session was given opeufj tQ the[n , he ooly avenve of
over to a program of music, ad- advancemeut, the 8ole cbauce of pro.
dresses and a stereopticon
T a country
. . . main«
by Colonel Moore and Colonel ltix- tains ns large a gtand|ng arrny a8
te. An address by Mr. Jackson, of Germany, the influence of tlie young
Maine, was a part of the evening \
offioer8 exten(lR th
program. The sessions today have gociety and ,ayg a ,
been enthusiastic, and the rnove- shaping public opinion, so that it
mect launched for good ronds is must inevitably have an influence
very certain to show results.
for war whenever a dispute with a
Colonel Moore is to return with foreign nation such as has now
his machinery to build a mile of arisen ketweenUermany aud France.
object-lesson road in August.
* -•* ——
The United States is cot a leader
but a follower in the custom of send
A n E xpensive Climate.
ing agricultural agents abroad to
“I see,’’ said the citizen who was seek new varieties of plants.
reading the newspnper, “ that a man United States Consul at LaRochelle,
who died 13 months ago has been France, reports that the grape vines
drawing $25,00(1 a year salary from importe(1 f‘rom Texas have’ proven
the Equitable Life.
the salvation of the vinyardiets of
gection 0f the republic.
“ Paper says so. Now, what do |
you suppose a dead man wants with i New Yorkers are « W iin t le d l,e-
$25 000 a year?”
! c“ 086 Boston is getting its gas for
1 90 cents per 1,000 cubic feet while
“ Maybe his ice bill is large.”
New York has to pay $1.00.
O n e M o lla r S a i e il R e p r e s e n t a T e n
that it costs the gas company the
M o lla r » E a r n e d ,
The average man does not save other ten cents to keep the legisla
te exceed ten per cent of his earn- tors from reducing the price,
ings. He must spend hine dollars
With the Loomis-Bowen Asphalt
in living expenses for every dollar
That being the case he j scandal, the western land scandal
cannot be too careful about unnec- and the Agricultural Department
Very often a few cents cotton gcandal on hig handg it ig no
properly invested, like buying seeds
for his garden, will saie several wonder that the Pres.dent conclud-
dollars outlay later on. It is the | eif that he needed a “ professional
same in buying Chamberlain’s reformer” in bis cabinet.
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem- Bonapnrte
edy. It cost8 hut a few cents and |
a bottle of it in the house often
( iio i. E it t
m - « im i.
saves a doctor's bill of several dol
lars. For sale by R 8 Kdowlton.
A. F. Kirshman,
Salute Injures Soldiers.
N otary P u b lic ,
V eterans’ M on ey N ot Cut OIL H e a v y Traffic with California
$ 1 .50 P
D IS P A T C H
Toni White, Master,
Bandon . . . . . 7 a - m . | Coqnille... .10 a - m .
C oqn ille ....... 1 P-M. | Bandon . . . . 4 p-M.
Connects at Coquille with train for Marsh Held
and steamer Kjhn for Myrtle Point.
S tr. F A V O R I T E
J. C. Moomaw. Master,
Itandon. .10:45 A-M.
Coqnille....... 7 a - m . |
Bandon........ 1 P-M. | Coquille. 4:45 r-M.
S tr . E C H O
H. Jams. Master,
M yrtleP oin t.. .7 a - m . | oqullleC’y 9 30 a - m .
Coquille C ity .. .1 p - m . J Myrtle P’t..4 00 p - m .
Daily except Sunday.
W anted : — Women to represent
us iu their home and adjoining
W . R. Panter, Master.
counties to distribute samples and
advertise our goods. Salary $21
Myrtle Point 1:30 p-M. j Coqnille (" y 1:00 P-M.
Coqnille City7:00A-M. | Myrtle P’t 10:00 a - m . per week and expenses, guaranteed.
Connects with lower-river boats at Coqnille | Expense»
City for Bandon and intermediate points.
Ample bartf*»s f«*r handling freight.
v.hlre»», with stamp,
Sewing Machine Repairing
»fating age, Reeve Co., 415 Dear-
David F ulton, o f this c ity , is an expert born St., Chicago.
c le ilie r and repairer, and an y on e in
ne«-d o f his services will d o well to call
Tho Norwoggians who have peti-
at his residence o r d ro p him a card.
tioned the President to recognize
Norway ns an independent nation
nud iu »<> di ing remind him of
A g o .il h une in Ilii a city, "U
Panama have forgotten that Pana
ma “ rosa like one man,”
Enquire at this office.
S tr. W E L C O M E
r i i l l . l n o t R i p r r l n l t o l.iv e F r o m
O n e H o u r to A n o t lt e r , I m t C i i r i 'd
I m - r i o I n ' * C o l l e , ( ’H o l
e r * a n d M la rrh o ra R e m e d y.
Ruth, the little daughter of E N
Dewey of Agdewville, Va., was
seriouBiy ill of cholera infantum
“ We gave her up
and djd not expect hej. ^ ,iv„ from
one hour to another,” he says. “ I
happened to think of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem-
edy and got a bottle o f it from the
in five hour» I saw a
change for the better. We kept on
giving it and before she had taken
the half of one small liottle she was
well.” This remedy is for sale by
R S Knowlton.
graduate course to perfect them know that if you happen to eat a
selves for their present duties while few they wont hurt you.
they in numerous instances receive
Before Russia and Spain actu ally
only $1,800 a year, sometimes.
begin to rebuild their navies they
would do well to ascertain if they
F o r c e d lo s t a r v e
B. F. Leek, o f Concord, Ky, says: can secure the proper sort of men
For twenty years I suffered to place behind the guns.
agonies, with a sore on my upper
ÿftlflP rW ftfe1
cintLs a ouiiut
everything else, I cured it with fortune to fire them and two twelve
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.” Its great
for burns, cuts and wounds.
At inch shots at I cbs than half the cost
R. S. Knowlton’s drug store; Only are thought to be more effective.
It was only natural that the Kai
President Roosevelt shows no in ser should have attempted to stir
dication of letting up in his demand up trouble with regard to Morocco.
for anti-rebate and railroad rate The President was monopolizing the
foot lights to an extent which dis
gruntled the Emperor.
It is to be hoped that the offer of
The European nation that was
the D. A. R. ball for a meeting
place of the peace delegates will disposed to hector ov6r France be
be politely declined. The very at cause of the previous engagement
mosphere of that hall is belligerent. of her big alley, Ruesia, was sur
prised to find that she had a bigger
Speaker Cannon has sailed for ally across the Channel.
Alaska. “ Uncle Joe” evidently was
St. Louis attributes the fact that
looking for climate
the Lady Managers of her Fair
would’t have to cool his fevered
turned back into the treasury $26,-
brow with the ice from the water-
000 of the $100,000 allotted to them
to the fact that there were no bar
What is to become of the Govern gain sales in St. LouiB during the
ment departments when the Presi Fair.
to ^ 3 0 p e r w eek
Including room, baard, general nursiug aud drugs.
Miss S. C. Lakeman, Matron.
Carenerai D ra y m a n
S u ccessor to W
W IL L M E E T A L L B O A T S A N D T R A IN S .
All orders handled with carefulness and expedience.
A g e n t fo r th e b e s t G o o s C o u n ty G o al.
C o q u il l e
dent has cut out the deadwood and
The President has determined
the red tape? Many of the present that Chinamon applying for admis
employes will certaiuly never recog sion at the ports of this country
shall be treated with entire cour
tesy. The President will have to
Thore are some people who be
empty an entirely new set of immi
lieve that the high quality of Wash
RO PRIE TO H
gration official appendage of a hog.
ington’s mint Juleps will contribute
a good deal to the facility with
A New York newspaper shows
which those plenipotentiaries will that a large number of American Experienced Help
women who have married titled for
Rpecial Kates to Families and lintels
eigners have become the mothers
Ever since Mr. Ryan acquired
of twins. This affords a rational
the Equitable some people have
and effective method of breaking W e make our own soap and know its ingredients. No injurious chemicals used.
been shouting, “ Give Mr. Ryan a
Onr baskets will 1» left at all the principal points on the river.
up the custom o f foreign marriages.
Goods called for aud delivered in Ooquille City.
chance” . That souuds all right
Let the news be widely circulated.
but all we ask is why not give the
policy owners a chance?.
Once more the President has ex
S. M. NOSLER,
Best of Work
n «‘ iit l l r r H o u m I a .
“ I knew no cne, for four weeks,
when I was sick with typhoid and
kidney trouble,” writes Mrs. Annie
Hunter, of Pittsburg, Pa., “ and
when I got better, although I had
one of the best doctors I could get,
I was bent double, and had to rest
my hands on my knees when I
walked. From this terrible afflic
tion I was rescued by Electric Bit
ters. which restored my health and
strength, and now I can walk as
straight as ever. They are simply
Guaranieed to cure
stomach, liver and kidney disord
ers; at R. S. Knowlton’s drug store;
When you want a pleasant laxa
tive that is easy to take and certain
to act, use Chamberlain’s Stomach
and Liver tablets. For sale by R.
ercised bis good offices in behalf of
peace to good effect.
secure an agreement to an armistice
between the Russians and the Ja
panese, he made urgent representa
tions to both regarding the neces
sity, from a humane standpoint, of
arranging for an early date for the
peace conference, with the result
that both belligerents have now
agreed to have their plenipotenti
aries in Washington and ready for
business sometime during the first
ten days of August.
N o tic e .
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned will prosecute any and
all persons in sny way trespassing
on the farm known as the McCleary
and Grady place near Norway.
Monuments and Headstones
We guarantee better
work at lower prices
than can be had else
Do not order
Monumental work until
you have called upon or
written us for prices.
COOS CO. MARBLE AND CRANITE WORKS
T elep ho ne , M a in
Stewart & White Props.
DAVID FTLTON, Local Agent, Coqnille, Oregon.