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V ol . 23: No. 34.
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 190«.
Unterei! as Mecoiul-class m atter May
8, 1905, at th e postoffice at C oqu ille,
Oregon, under act o t C ongress o f March
Walter CuUn, M. D.
P H Y S IC IA N A N D S l'K O K O *
C oqiullk C it y , O kk .
Kronen borg B id*.
N ext Door to P. O.
T e le p h o n « S.
J. J. STANLEY
A. J. Sherwood,
A ttounkt - at - L aw ,
N otabt P u b lic ,
A t rouNBT-ATl.AW,
N otary P ublic ,
C oquill * C it y , O rk
■nier in K sa l E s t a t i o f a ll kinds.
M arshfield, Oregon.
C. A. Sehlbrede,
M arshfield , O rboon .
W . C . C hase.
SPERRY & CHASE,
E. G. D. Holden,
L aw yib ,
it, aad Notary Pablio.
in Robin son Building.
A. F. Kir8hman,
e n t is t .
Offloe two doors Son th o f Post ofBo*.
COQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT CO
S tr . D I S P A T C H
Tom White, Master
B andon........7 a - m . | Coquille. . . . 10 a - m .
Coauille ....... 1 p - m . | B andon
4 p - m .
Connects at Coquille with train for Marshfield
and steamer Ejho for Myrtle Po*^t
S tr. F A V O R I T E
J . C. Moomaw. Master,
Coquille....... 7 a m . | Bandon. .10:45 a -M.
* P-M. ‘ Coquille. 4:45 f - m .
S tr. E C H O
H. Jams. Master.
M vrtlePoint. . .7 a - m . | oquille C’y 9 »0 a - m .
Coquille C ity .. .1 p - m . | Myrtie P’t. .4 00 p - m .
Daily except Sunday.
The safe and reliable fciwn-
New and Speedy,
S tr. E liz a b e t h
C. P. Jens«n. M aster
W ill m ake regular trip « betw eea
C o q u ille R iv e r and S a n
F r a n c is c o .
Ito S top-over at W a y Porta.
E lectric L igh ts.
Note and Comment.
Oakland, Cal., May 1.— Regard
ing phenomena in various locations
of the state caused by the recent
earthquade, H A. Greene, of Mon-
tcray, writes to Governor Pardee as
“In tbe Salinas Valley a redwood
tree was recently found at a depth
of 261 feet by men engaged in sink
ing a well. This is stated on the
authority of H. Jacks, of Monteray.
“ Rev. M. Mestress, also of this
place, visited Moss Landing after
the quake. He reports many hap'
penings, one being that a large sand
dune near the shore has sunk 60
feet below the sea level.
“ J. B. Cooper, ex-Representative
of this county in tbe state legisla
ture, took a launch on the day of
the disturbance for San Francisco.
A few miles off shore there were
thousands of strange fish floating
on the water, none of which were
known to old fisherman on the
boat. This was in Monteray Bay
where the water is very deep.
Sixty-Tbree years ago today, up
If reports speak truly there will
Tbo platform adopted by tbe R e
at Chainpoeg, in Marion county, not
publicans of the state strikes a be a great booming of Cannon for
far from the eastern bank of the
strong and progressive note which the presidency.
was laid the civic
will powerfully appeal to the votors
The lock canal is being favored
cornerstone of Oregon Territory,
of Oregon. It approves without
that was to develop into several
qualificatiou the initiative and ref by Congress but it appears to be
Carries a full aud complete stock of
great northwestern states. There, on
erendum, supports the direct pri
May 2, 1843, 102 men came together,
mary law as it has received its first
The bill to appropriate $100,000
the main, immediate point to be de
demonstration, pronounces in favor for a private car for the President
D R U G S , M E D IC IN E ,
cided being: Shall we adhere to
of reason ible regulations us corpor seems to have run into an open
and seek the protection o f Great
ations, of just and equitable taxa switch.
F IN E S T A T IO N E R Y ,
Britain or the United /States? On
tion of tangible and intangible pro
that question Joe Meek called for
perty, and expresses unalterable op
The dry dock Dewey does not
T O IL E T A R T IC L E S .
a division, and he, tha leader of
position to the granting of perpet “ got there’’ with anything like the
those who favored coming under
ual franchises. It favors such leg celerity of the man after whom it
the sovereignty of the United,
islation as will require private banks was named.
States, carried the day by a majori
trust companies and saviug banks
ty of t w o -5 2 to 50— a close vote,
to publish semi-anuual reports of
and a tremendously important on«,
their financial condition, as do the Mayor Rose for his fifth term. A
There were other matters to eon-
National bauks. It urges the loan mayor by any other name would not
sidder, however; the formation of a
ing of idle state funds at the best seem to suit that city.
sort of provisional government, an
interest consistent with the safety
Spelling reform like
anticipatory or ancillary govern
of the principal aud that the inter
ment, for purposes o f mutual pro
est bo turned over to the state. It
tection, tbe administration of es
demands Government ownership of Andru Karnagy spelled foneticaly.
tates, the arrest and punishment of
the locks at Oregon City, that the just for a beginning.
offenders, the raising of funds for
Governor be emplowered to veto |
A Washington firm of plumbers
public proposes, the defense of the
Stockton, Cal., May 1.— It has
been discovered that in the vicinity tions, and tliut pledges the part} to
that basis that most of the plumb
against the Indiaus, an i the pre
of VVoodbridge the Mokelumne an efficient, honest and ecofiomicul
charges for time are made out.
paratory steps for a formal organisa
river has fallen 12 feet, the head of administration of public affairs.
tion which should carry out these
All these things will meet with
the river having dropped from the
A Chicago perfumery company
and other measures of legislation
Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Cigars and Tobacco.
the approbation of voters, irrespec
effects of the recent earthquake.
fhe other day and left such a
and administratisn, formally, orderly
As the waterway has been stead
City News Stand.
mass of bad debts that the perfume
ily filling up each year with silt of the state banks and banking in business generally is iq bad odor
All this was attended to, and
from the upper portion of the river, stitutions we believe the platform with the public.
what followed—lo, you may read it
farmers along that stream are highly might have gone a step further aud
in all the histories Oregon. But pleased with the change, since it suggested the creation of the office
The young and newly arrived
this was the beginning, initiatory
can carry far mere water than here of State Bank Examiner, whose John Rockefeller ib not only worth
steps; it was a decisive point and
tofore and not endanger their lands duty it would be to make examina his weight in gold, but he is worth
and moment; therefore Cbampoeg
tions of these banks and report upon $10,000,000 for every one of his
on either Bide of it.
shall not only live in history but
Another incident of the earth their condition at stated intervals. eleven pounds.
grow larger and moro luminous
quake is the drying up of Tracy In addition to this, his duties might
historically with the lapse of time.
Cornelius N. Bliss denies that he
Lake, in the northwestern part of embrace the examination of the
The settlers were few, widely scat
books of all county aud state offi received $75,000 from the Now York
San Joaquin county.
tered, nationally homeless. Tbe
Ever since the earthquake the cials, with a result that could not Life company in 1890, and bethinks
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
Hudson Bay company was the ouly
water has been decreasing at a rapid fail to be beneficial to the people of that his word should be as good ns
authority, and through its head here,
rate, and at present it is almost on a the state aud the public service.— his bond. Nevertheless Jerome has
F ro n t S tre e t,
Dr. John McLoughlin, was a noble
called him iuto court.
level with the Mokelumne river.
and magnificent specimen of man
C O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N .
Many of the agricultural papers
hood, a good many o f the pioneer
A well known orator declares
S to c k s Tum ble.
settlers to become American rather of the United States are having a
Ai_L WORK GUARANTEED.
that the only real troubles are the
New York, May 2.— Confusion troubles of the heart. That orator
than British subjects, and this vexatious time of it in dealing with
a u p r u u A u •>•«. I l a c
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main question was decided on that the question of advertising for mail
fast and found that tbo cook bad
Prairie, hundreds of miles of the
Oregon wilderness arouud on every sell direct to consumers. Many of the of stock were thrown over during deenmped the night before.
regular advertisers in such papers the first few minutes.
hand, 63 years ago today.
There were no prolonged prelim
That was one of the three prin
cipally important evento that made advertisements of the mail-order Union Pacific were among the most inary resignation rumors before Mr.
They claim that these active. Anaconda opeded 68 points Bellamy Storer quit public life.
this region a part of the United houses.
Secretary Shaw prefers to give the
States instead of a part of Cauada; mail-order houses are a positive bolow tbe high prico of the year.
It looked like an attempt to Blash public duo warning before he re
B. F E N T O N
the other two were the discovery of detriment to the country; that they
P ro p
the mouth of the Columbia by Cap
appeared and prices rallied sharply bis example.
tain Grey in 1792 and the expedition that honest retailers in small towns
Saddle Horses of best quality always on band. Good Rigs in redi-
o f Lewis and Clark, the 100th an cau not stand the competition. It is until noon when another break
for special trips. In fact, a general Stage and Livery butin« f-s.
niversary of which was so appropri predicted, therefore, that unless the came. Some stocks declined lower
Accommodations for Tnveling men a specialty
growth of the mail-order system ¡«
ately celebrated here last year.
States Senate from Arizona. It is Leave Coquille at 6 a. m., arriving at RoBeburg at 10 p. m. Fare $5.50
O f all that band o f sturdy indomi
just as well for bis income that he
table pioneers, whether euolining to ruined and the farmer« will lose a drop.
gave up the idea for the people
Uncle Sam— who as yet had scarce valuable home market for much of
If you ever bought a box of Witch there would have given him a groat
ly recognized the Oregon country
Hazel Salve that failed to give sat run for his money.
as being on the map— or to John true that some of the best known isfaction the chances are it did not
Bull, but one remains, Hon. F. X. mail-order bouse sell large quanti have the name “ E. C. DeWitt & Co”
Senator Tillman is writing a de
Matthieu, and he lives in a green ties of inferior goods, but there is an printed on the wrapper and pressed fense of the senate. If he can de
old age near the spot spot where immense amount of mail-order bus Hazel Salve never fails to give sat fend some of the things he has done
this historic scene occurred. He iness done by houses which handle isfaction lor burns, sores, boils, tet there his book will be harder on
A private hospital for the care and treatment of medical, surgical
was one o f the majority on that day, standard goods. The growth of ter, cracked hands, etc. For blind, tbe reputation of tbe senate than
and obstetrical cases. Equipment new and modern
and will may be be proud of mail-order system is a natural result bleeding, itching and protruding the “ Treason of the Senate” which
the stand he took and o f the part of excessive margins between pro Piles it affords almost immediate is now appearing.
in every particular.
relief. It stops the pain. Sold by
that he and his pioneer associates ducers and consumers. Modern R. S. Knowlton.
played in the early development o f methods of doing business have for
A Washington scientist claims that
Oregon, He, too must soon pass a considerable time tended to in
Owing to tbe large amount of bs means o f ultra-vioot rays two
Including room, board, general nursing and drugs.
from earthly view, but that memora crease tbe expenses incidental to new growth which had atready been persons will be abie to tell what is
ble scene in the New Land shall getting the goods from the maker
vines in Ore in each other’s mind. The probablo
to the user. This hae left the open-1 made b* Loganberry
not pass from view, whilb Oregon
gon at tho time of the March freeze result in many cases will be similar
endures.— Oregon Daily Journal.
the vines were badly injured and it to that of tbe mind reader at a Wash'
found. Their development is an
was supposed taut there would be ington Gripiron dinner who told
Carley, Wash., May 2.—The illustration of the fact that econo no crop of that fruit in Oregon this whot was in tbe mind of each guest
earthquake that shook San Fran mic evils are often righted without
Many of the vines, however, until he came to Senator Depew
cisco caused the water in the large any organized effort to cure them. j ^ear
have put out new blossom shoots when he announced “There's noth
artisian well at this place, owned by We do not believe tbe small town I and there will be quite a number of ing in it”.
Carley brothers, to spout vigorous is doomed, but it will be found Loganberries after all, although
ly for a short time and has perma necessary to cheapen the prevailing only a fraction of a regular crop.
The Taft Philippine party is said
methods of getting goods from
nently increased the flow.
This will be the first time in tbe not to have been a Junket and it
producer to consumer, and retail
history of this plant in western was claimed that each man paid his
S u c c e s s o r t o W H . M ansell.
New York May 2.— The anthra merchants will have to devise some
Oregon when it has failed to yield own expenses which were $500a
cite operators to lay issued a state way of getting goods as cheap as
a heavy crop.— Oregon Agricultur
ment to comb .< the miners’ conten- the mail-order houses. The pro
WILL MEET ALL BOATS AND TRAINS.
tary Taft is now before the Senate
tention th .t they are underpaid, portion of farmers who will allow
Committee explaining that it cost
A ll orders Immlled with carefulness and expedience.
which quotes the statistics of themselves to be steadily fooled by
Why Suffer From Rheumatism
General Leonard Wood $3,600 to
saloons in the mining region and the mail-order houses that send out
Why suffer from rheumatism go from Manilla to Boston. There
tbe reasons for working men’s inferior goods is not very large.— when one application of Chamber- seems to be an inequality some A g e n t fo r th e b e s t G o o s C o u n ty G oal
Iain’s Pain Balm will relieve the where.
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i pain? The quick relief which this
Rome, May 2.—Tbe international liniment affords makes rest and
Living indoors so much during
W a n ted : By Chicago wholesale
the winter months creates a sort of Postal union conference has reject- sleep possible, and that alone is
worth manr »¡mes its cost.
Many and mail order house, assistant man-
a stufly, want-of-ozone condition ed the proposal to establish univer-
in the blood aod system generally Mil npnnv nnatiicrp
w^° ^ave U8e(* 1* “ oping onEv *or a ager (man or woman) for this roun-
Clean up and get ready for spring '
Take a few Early Risers.
A p rivate H o sp ita l w e ll e q u ip p e d fo r the tre at
famous little pills òleanse the liver,
j nent. Mrs. V. H. Leggett, of Yum pense money advanced.
stomach and bowels and give thè
m ent o f s u r g ic a l and m e d ica l d ise a se s.
Mrs. WoottoD, of the Columbia Yum, Tennessee, U. 8. A., writer pleasant; position permanent. No
blood a chance to purify itself.
They relieve headache headache, College of Expression, Chicago, will “ I am a great sufferer from rheu- investment or experience required.
T r a in e d N u r s e s in A tte n d an ce .
sallow complexion, etc.
Sold bv take a limited number of pupils.
\ I?.’' 1' 31?1'
ovor fr? m
Spare time valuable. Write at once
R. S. Knowlton.
Apply at N. E. corner
floor ! 0||,y thinR that wi„ relieV(. t)ie I for particulars and enclose self-ad-
For Information Address
by by R. S. | dressed envelope. ¡Superintendent,
Full stock of A. A. Cutter shoe« of school building between 4 and 5 1 |>nin>" For 8a|
o ’clock p.
132 Lake 8b Chicago, III
nowlton’s Drug Store
E veryth in g in First
The Mercy Hospital
AT NOHTH BEND
Is now open for the recep
tion of patienta. The terms
are $10 per week and
upwards. For particulars
5isters of Mercy
NORTH BEND, OREGON
W.H.8 CHR0 EDER
Odio« in Robinson Baildiug,
A C lear-cut P latform
Hall & Hall,
Freaks of the Earthquake.
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A ttobnbys - at - L a w ,
E . D . S perry.
Tha Civic Foundation oi Oregon
S I .5 0 P
A U S T IIA C T U S O P T l T L M p .
î k r a lf c
ROStBWG-ttVRU!^ tIlN E
$j>l 5 to $$30 per w eek
Claude F ox,
Carenerai Draym an
I I HORSFALL HOSPITAL
MISS L. G. GOULD. SUPERINTENDENT.
"V “ °rS L “ a EIP”*
Win. Horsfall, M. 1).,