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COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1905.
Entered as secund-class m atter May
8, 1905, at the puBtofflce at C oquille,
Oreiron, under act o í Congrega of Marc ii
3 , 187».
Walter Culm , M. D.
P h y s ic ia n
S c ho eon
Coquiu.K C ity , O he .
Next Door to P. 0 .
Stanley & Burns,
ileal Estate, Collections.
Specialties—Criminal and U. 8. Land
Cases, Notaries Public.
J, D. WETMORE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Residence o f J. A. Collier.
A. J. Sherwood,
A ttobnby - at -L aw ,
Narrar P ublic ,
A ttorney -A t - L a w ,
N otary 1' u b lio ,
T itles .
C oquille C it y , O re
.50 P er Y e a r .
Note and Comment.
John D. Rockefeller boasts that
Probably Deed of Fanatic.
Big Batch of Indictments.
be never tasted intoxicants but
Russian diplomats come out
London, Sept, 13—The feeling is
Raleigh, N. C., Sept. 11.— At an
somehow the temperance advocates
long way ahead of Russian generals are not pointing to him with pride. extra term of the Unto I States Court, growing among the Japanese mem
in Greensboro, last week, 300 wit bers of the Diplomatic Corps and
President Roosevelt’s admonition nesses appeared before the grand citizens here that the battleship
Gen. Linevitch if not actually
to be kind to the rich has been fol jury. Indictments were returned Mikasa was destroyed by some fa-
achieving a new reputation, has at
lowed by President Harper of tbe for conspiracy to defraud, for perju naical descendant of the ancient
least saved his old one.
Chicago University—and he finds ry in making straw bonds in the Samuria, whoso leading doctrine
courts, for making false vouchers was suicide, rather than suffer dis
Some of these army officers seem that it pays.
for reporting’ “ stills” as captured, appointment.
to have developed the "scandalous'’
There is developing a general
and receiving money for this kind
instead of the strenuous life.
as much “ enthusiasm" in welcoming of work when not a “ still" had been feeling among the lower classes of
Mr. Taft as they do in shooting captured and desroyed. There sev- Japanese that the peace terms are
It seems that the more they get
American soldiers when business ereral indictments for bribery of of most dishonorable. It is believed
yellow fever “ under control” at New
that some member of the crew was
gets a little slack.
Orleans the worse it spreads.
Two distilleries, one in Hamlet willing to see the grand ship sink,
A Chicago man haB been robbed
There is no fundamental differ and one in Salisury, were recently rather than remain inactive because
by foot pads in Berlin.
It must ence between diplomacy and horse seized and made to pay $50,000 of the conclusion of a peace which
have made him feel at home again. tradiDg. How one fellow may get each for failure to report the full reflected no credit on the magnifi
tbe better of tbe other fellow, is amount o f whisky they made. There cent victory. It is pointed out that
Secretary Shaw must be interest
are many indictments for this there was very litte combustible
the whole game.
ed to learn that his resignation has
matter around the battle ship, yet
been accepted before it was offered.
Russia wishes the world to under
Three hundred true bills were the flames, breaking out in several
stand that considering all the cir found against deputy collectors, places, spread so rapidly that they
It looks as though Japan won all cumstances, it is very magnanimous distillers and saloonkeepers.
could not be extinguished. It is
CARRYING REGULAR STOCK
the victories in Manchuria, and of her not to require the payment
The following deputy collectors also pointed out that the magazine
Russia won all those in New Hamp of an indemnity by Japan.
0J Standard and Established Goods, where eash Instru
were indicted. It. H. Harding, of was so arranged that it could be
Wiles; J. W. Hasty, of Union; Geo. flooded, yet the explosion followed
A baby hippopotamus is offered
We sell you a
an hour after tbe fire was discover ment Is sold according to its intrinsic value.
There is never the enthusiasm in for sale in New York for $20,0C0, if Samuels, of Surrey: G. H. Walker,
ed. It is thouget likely that there
welcoming good weather that there taken this month. Better buy your
High Grade, Popular price or Commercial Piono,
were fanatical accomplices.
is in discussing an uncomfortable hippopotamus before the October 0 . Davis, of Transylvania; L. E.
Davis, of Willis; A. S. Paterson, of
at their real ualue.
Fine Blooded Sheep.
advance in prices becomes effective.
One Price only on each G-rade
Iloch may not care to _.ve when
Forty.five officers, distillers and
Our friend F. M. Langlois a
“Russia’s army officers are full of
he hears about the New York man mutiny” soys a foreign correspon other men were indicted in one bill fancier of fine sheep and believes
We carry a complete line of Pianos, Organs, Piano-Players,
who surpassed his record by about dent. Foreign readers cf the Tag for conspiracy; 49 bills were return in improving his stock with the best.
This week he received addition to
gart trial will get a notion that the ed against R. H. Harden, Deputy
Talking Machines, Sheet music and Musical Merchandise.
American army officers are full of Collector. Others Lave 30 and 26 his flock by the arrival of two full
Everything Sold on Easy Payments.
true bills against them.
blood Cotswold bucks direct from
“ The Breakers’ ’ is an appropri booze.
Those who expected had friends the well-known Games’ flocks of Representativos of Domestic Sewing Machines for Coos and Curry Co’s.
ate name for those Newport cot
“ We owe an enormous debt to in Greensboro, and when the bills England. Games has for years
tages, unless you have a big pile of
the medical scieDce” says the De were handed in telegramsjwere sent been tbe leading costwolder of the
troit Free Press, which is the first them. They have fled and cannot world.
Su ccessor to the Chas. Grissen and A ia g o M usic Co.,
This is Mr Langlois’ second im
The Kaiser keeps as busy as we had beard about the Free Press be found. It was thought wheu
the investigative began it was aimed portation from England having re Phone, Main 905,
though he had a contract as throne
at Representative E. Spencer Black ceived a fine buck from there three
repairer for the Eastern hetni- thing.
burn. It turns out that the sur years ago, and he n«w prides him
If John D. Rockefeller will fit up
A. J. SHERWOOD, Prat.
R. E. SHINE, Vice Pres
L. H. HAZARD, Cishler
mise was not *rue
self upon having as fine a flock of
a laboratory for ‘ cientific research
sheep as are to be found in the
No modern grafter regards him in mosquito extermination and pro
Ile a iitM lil W o m e n
self unless he can manage to “ put vide all the kerosene needed for
Plump checks, flushed with the
Those received this week were
away” a great deal more than his experiments, a great deal will be soft glow of health and a pure com
and gave evidence of be
bail amounts to.
o p COÇUIL j UB, O qE Q O fi.
Take a small dose of Herbine after ing fine wool producecrs. The wool
Since his family has been taken
tion and digest what you have eat them hung down over the forehead T r a n s a c t s a G eneral B a n k in g Businevss
away from him, Capt. Taggart prac thinks that the buying of an auto
en. Mrs Wm M Stroud, Midloth
completely concealing the eyes.
tices on the punching bag when he
ian, Texas, writes. May 31, 1901:
Board of Director!.
the “ passing of the simple life.” “ We have used Herbine in our
His first purchase was from im
A. J. Sherwood,
National Bank of Commerce,
Whose? The innocent bystander family for eight years, and found ported stock and he has been breed, R. O. Dement,
L. H. Hazard,
Crocker Woolworth N ’l Bank, Kan Frantiuco
An Oregon man has sued a girl
R. E. Shine. I First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Or.
for constipation, bilious fever and that money could buy so that he has
for $25,000 for breach of promise.
malaria. Sold by R S Knowlton.
grounds for a little just pride as to
Champ Clark says that of no
Oh, down trodden man will “ turn”
the merit of flock.
other "Southern man” can be se
after a while.
nowlton’s Drug Slure
Besides a complete stock |
| ot Drugs and Druggist’s Sun-
| dries carries Kodaks and Sup-1
| plies, Phyrography outfits and
BUY PIANOS OF DEALERS
W. R. Haines Music Co.,
Hall & Hall,
A ttobney 8- at -L aw ,
Dealer in R eal E state of all kinds.
M arshfield, Oregon.
Ellsworth B. Hall,
C oquille ,
O regon .
Collections .ad Insurance.
E . D . S perry.
W . C . C hase.
SPERRY & CHASE,
Ottico in Robinson Building,
C oqu ille,
E. G. D. Holden,
L awybb ,
City Keoorder, U. S. Oommissioner, Gen
eral Insaranoe Agent, and Notary
Ottico in Robin
C oqu illo,
A. F. Kirshman,
D k x t is t .
two doors South o f Post ottico.
COQUILLE RIVER STE4YIBMT CO
Str. D I S P A T C H
Tom White, Master,
Bandnn....... 7 A-M .
i Coquille---- 10 A-M.
Connillo....... 1 r-M. | Baud'*«---- 4 p - m .
Connecta at Coquille with train for Marshfield
and steamer Kjho for Myrtle Point.
Str. F A V O R I T E
J. C. Moomaw. Master,
Coquille....... 7 A M. | Bandon. .10:4.1 A-M.
Bandnn ............ 1 P-M. | Coquille . 4:45 P-M.
Str. E C H O
H. Jams. Master,
M y rtleP oin t.. .7 a - m . | oquille C’y 9 30 a - m .
Coquille C ity .. .1 p - m . | Myrtle P’t ..4 00 p - m .
Daily except Sunday.
Str. W E L C O M E
W . R. Panter, Master.
Myrtle Point 1:30 r-si. I C.Kiuille r 'y i GO p - m .
Coquille City 7:00 a - m . | Myitle F t 10:00 a - m .
Connects with lower-river lioats at Coquille
City for Band, in and intermediate points.
Ample barges for handling freight.
Sewing Machine Repairing
David Fulton, of this city, ¡8 an export
cieaher and repairer, and anyone in
need of his services will do well to call
at his residence or drop him a card.
A gotxl home in this city, on
Enquire at this office.
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
Reinforcement for the Prohis.
cured to run for President he will
A b s ce s s
A special to The Oregonian from
AbscessaB, with few exceptions,
President Tucker of the Ameri run himself. The Hon. Champ is
can Bar Association, says there are one of the most accomodating per Cincinnati, Ohio, says: Rev. Cyrus are indicative of constipation or
M. Van Pelt, pastor of Oxford debility.
two many laws. There are cerainly sons ever known in these parts.
W H Harrison, Clevelaud, Miss.,
Methodist church, Hamilton, Ohio,
too many lawyers.
Aug. 15, 1905: ‘‘I want to
A Pennsylvania man of but forty Wednesday handed his resignation
say a word of praise for Ballard’s
to the trustees of his congregation, Snow Liniment.
Edison’s battery that "was going”
I stepped on a
to revolutionize things several children. He is now a section boss, explaining that ho had accepted an nail which caused the cords in ray
but as soon as the Presiduet hears offer from the Anti-Saloon League leg to contract and an abscess to
years ago, is “still going to revolu
about it, probably he will be invited of Oregon to represent the League rise in my knee, and the doctor
told me that I would have a stiff
to take a seat in the cabinet..
in that state as its attorney.
leg, so one day I went to J F Lord’s
Mr. Van Pelt for several years drug store (who is now in Denver,
A Vermont farmer has been asleep
The Definition of the Monroe was recognized as one of Ohio’s Colo.) He recommended a bottle
for 100 days. Kansas is the only
Doctrine given by President Roose most able lawyers before he entered of Snow Liniment; I got a 50c
other state where they sell the
velt is so plain that it can’t be mis the ministry. He has boon a leader size, and it cured my leg. It is the
“ stuff” as powerful as that.
understood by any interested na in the fight for local option in this best liniment in the world.
tion. Those who cannot read the state, in which he has been partially by R S Knowlton.
Secretary Wilson is still looking
signboard must look out for the big successful. He announces that he
for an all-wool statistician to take
A one-fourth interest in the
charge of the cotton crops in the
Oregon that be employed here, and equipment of the Coquille Steam
“The good people in any com
will strive through rigid prosecu boat Co., consisting of tbe steamers
Dispatch aud Favorite, and three
munity get just as good government
A worried father wants to know
tions to enforce the liquor laws barges.
Inquire of Capt. T, D.
as they deserve” says Gov. Folk.
wherever they are in force.
what he shall do with bis son, who
This holds good except in Chicago,
shows signs of becoming a confirmed
Mr, Van Pelt is a firm believer in
Denver and Philadelphia, where the
liar. Make a politician of him.
the influence of women over men at Rooms at the Lewis &Clark Fair
good people get the kind of govern
the polls, and will solicit the aid of
ment the machine lets them have.
S. A. Madge, J. O. B. Scobey and
The Czar’s promise to inaug urate
the women’s temperance organiza
W. Stocking, of Olympia, Wash,
reforms as soon as order is restored
tions in his Oregon work.
T IlItltF . i l R O IIs C t ltF .D
and M. G. Royal, of Srlem, Oregon,
iu Russia, is about as definite as
havo secured the Hotel Palmer, of
C s i is s o i I n a o n i la .
Statistican Hyde’s promise to re O f I 'h s l i 'r a M o r b u s W i t h O n e
Portland, and put it under compe
turn from London “ as soon as pos
turbs the sleep more or less and is tent management for the B'air trade.
C o lic c n o l e r a a n d D ia r r h o e a
R em edy
often the cause o f insotnla. Many It is a 65 room hotel situated on
have been permanently cured
Naturally the police have
Alder street between 3eventh and
by chamberlain’s Stomach and
eluded that it was an "inexperi- Ala., relates an experience he had Liver Tablets. For sale by R S Eighth, just one block west of the
euced” thief who robbed a woman while serving on a petit jury in a Knowlton.
when she waBon her way home from murder case at Edwardsville, coun
block from car line running di-
ty seat of Clebourne county, Ala
| rectly to the fair grounds. For one
bama. He says: “ While there I
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dollar a day the verv best accom.
Steamer Elizabeth arrived Sept.
Mr. Wu’s declaration that he is ate some fresh meat and some
modations can be secuaed. Tbe
13th. Incoming .
not pushing the Chinese boycott souse meat and it gave me cholera 10th; sailed Sept.
* above gentlemen are well known
may mean only that the boycott is
etrong and active and “needs no was never more sick in my life and Prof Schultz, Mrs Fish, two chil- and to a large extent in Oregon and
sent to the drug store for a certain dren; cargo, 225 tons.
cholera mixture, but the druggist passengers: W Tobin, Mrs J Cart their names give assurance that
The Georgia populists have de sent me a bottle of Chamberlain’s wright, Mrs Jennie Col grove, W W that the guests of the hotel will be
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
properly cared for. Take the Mor
cided to get together again and no
edy instead, saying he had what I Smith, Ed Miekelson and wife, rison Street car at the Union Depot
longer affiliate with the Democrats, sent for, but that this medicine was Capt J Johnson, wife and two chil
which ought to be cheering news to so much better he would rather dren; 225 M lumber, 50 cds wood. end ask the conductor to let you off
at Park Street, then walk north to
send it to me in the fix I was in. I 90 tons exports.
the hotel. Write at once for par
took one dose o f it and was better
ticulars and for reservation of a
“ Wbnt has become of the boll in five minutes. The second dose
weevil? asks the Galveston News. cured me entirely.
A big lot of first-class shingles room. Address Hotel Palmer, 350
jurors were afflicted in the Bame
Probably objected to the company manner and one small bottle cured are to to be found by calling on N. Alder street, Portland, Oregon.—
the Morning Olympian.
it had to keep at the Agricultural the three of us.” For sale by R S i Lorenz. They are offered at a bar. From
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A private hospital for the care and treatment of medical, surgical
and obstetrical cases.
Equipment new and modern
$£15 to $£30 per w eek
Including room, board, general nursing and drugs.
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CTenera! D raym an
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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.
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Telep ho ne , M a in 288 .
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DAVID FTLTON, Local Agent, C'»qui.le, Oi»g"i>