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COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, W E D N E S D A Y , JUNE 6, 1906.
V o l . 23: No. 38.
$1.50 P el Y
gon when they will give a “ Made in iu tbe dickens would hare happened in Coos county, that the exports ex
Oregon” congress to exhibit the if the train had missed the hole.
ceed the imports by many hundreds
(Delivered at the Farmers and products of this state, and to adver
And all along the coast from the of thousands of dollars, that this
3 ,1 8 7 8 .
Shippers’ Congress at North Bend, tise to tbe world what the state is Golden Gate to the Columhia tb<
money is located here and this is
doing and not what any portion is question of the entrance to the va easily explained when you realize
Walter Culin, M. 0.
Mr. Chairman, Ladies and Gentle making, and I think the people of rious harbors is one of great impor
that a larger amount of industries
P h y s ic ia n a n d S c bubon
With 24 feet of in Coos county are owned and oper
Portland should be congratulated tauce to us ull.
C oquille C it y , O ne .
In 1850 when an expedition upon the liberal spirit which they water on the Coos Bay bar between
ated by non residents, and in this
Carries a full and complete stock of
organized by P. B. Marple came to have shown through the entire átate the dip of the sea and the crest of
S S S Ä rft
*'•*— *• this section of the state from Jack- in inviting everything made in Ore the bar at mean low tide, wo are in respect, we people of Coos county
can take a lesson from our neigh
son county and about tbe sama time gon to be exhibited there, and not a position to compare the entrance
bors in Portland, The moneyed
when the crew of the exploring confining their efforts in advertising to Coos Bay favorable with any
men of that section who operate an
C, R. Barrow,
schooner “Samuel Roberts” includ the state of the products of any one other harbor on the Pacific coast
industry in that neighborhood, are
Attorney and Connsellor at Law
ing Patrick Flanagan, who had made locality, but with broad-guaged
This is not only of importance to residents of Portland, the richest
First olaae Heferenoea
a fruitless attempt to enter the minds and open hearts accepting the people of Coos county, but it ia
people of the state make that city
mouth of Rogue river, sounding the everything made in Oregon for ex also of equal importance to the
Fifteen Years’ Kxperienoe
their home. When that section ex
entrance to this harbor and after hibition in the beautiful city of farmer and shippers of the Willam
C oquillb C it y , O b i
ports rnoro than they import, the
wards landed somewhere on the Portland. And it is a credit, and ette valley. By being connected
balance is retained in Portland at
lower bay, this portion of southern while, perhaps, I'm getting a little by rail with the marvelous resourc the command of the parties who
Oregon was at that time by the away from my subject, I wish to say es of the Willamette valley which is have profited by the transaction,
J. J. STANLEY
Indiaos called Koos, the word beiDg here, that the people of this section not far distant, the shipping facili
whereas in Coos county the surplus * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
spelled by commencing with the are indebted to tbe Portland dailios ties for transportation open at the of profits obtained from tbe exports
letter “ K ” and the first government for a large amount of free advertis entrance of Coos bay, is of great
and imports is taken to a foreign
maps located it by the same name, ing which is most freely given iu importance to every property owner
neighborhood, the residents being
C o q u il l b . O bboob
and the survey following represents the news items in any of the Port in the central and eastern portions
owners of the enterprises, many of
it on the map as Rowes Bay, and it land dailies, when they find they of the state.
T. T. LAND, Proprietor.
whom live iu California. If the mill
was afterwards by some of the early can be of service in the shape of
Transportation to and from the or the mine exports from Coos paid
A. J. Sherwood,
explorers called Cowan Bay, but in interviews or otherwise in advertis Bay is not now open to criticism.
a million dollars more than the im
A ttobm iy at -L aw ,
Card rooms *
1850 when the two expeditions re- ing this section of the state, and for The number of vessels for years past
N otabt P ublio ,
ferrod to made an entrance into the instructions they have given and at the present time, mak
mains in San Francisco where the
C oqu ille,
this section they referred to it in their reporters to interview any ing regular trips between this sec
owners of these enterprises reside,
their conversations by the Indian man from any portion of the state tion and other seaports, not only of
whereas if they were residents of
name Koos, and later on when it who knows anything of interest re the coast, but of the world, is a suf
Portland, the profit would remain
became necessary to print is, the garding the resources of his partic ficient guarantee of the importance hero for further investment and
Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Cigars and Tobacco.
white residents spelled it with a ular section without any costs.
of Coos Bay as a shipping point, that is one reason why who we en
N o t a b t P u b l i c ,
“C” instead of a “ K ,” and conse
and although the exports and im courage an enterprise which is own ?£
8E80URCES OF 0 0 0 8 COUNTY.
City News Stand.
quently from that time unto now
The resources of this county can ports have not reached the propor ed by people who comes here to *
this entire section or county is know better be imagined than described. tions which we would like to refer live, who wants to mane it their
throughout the state, and possibly | They consist of coal, lumber, gold to, the government statistics enable homes and Mr. L. D. Simpson, may
Hall & Hall,
in some of the other stateB, as “ Coos mines, salmon, etc, with deep sea fish us to rest assured of its being en or of North Bend, has set an exam
county,” and as the county develops and the flatB with clams. The tim tirely dependent upon the energy ple in this respect, which 1 hope
A ttobnbts - at -L a w ,
and as the settlers come and if we ber of the county consists of mer and ability of the producers tribu millionaires in other sections will
Dealer in K bal K btatb o f all kinds.
succeed in interesting outsiders to chantable fir, spruce, hemlock, white tary to this section to increase it as see fit to follow. The man who
M arshfield, Oregon.
visit the locality, as has been done and red cedar, is estimated at sixty the development of this section pro. starts an enterprise here, even
by the present occasion, by an or billion feet, whereas it is impossible greses.
From these government though he expects his own money
ganizaticu like the Farmers’ and to estimate the hidden quantity of statistics I have selected the follow in tbe development to that extent, is
C. A. Sehlbrede,
Shippers’ Congress, with their elo coal which underlays almost the en ing items regarding exports and more to bo encouraged when he re
A ttorn ey -a t-L aw ,
quent speaker? and their moneyed tire couDty. The government sur imports of Coos Bay:
W a t c h m a k e r and Jeweler,
tains the fruits of Coos county
men accompanying them, it is pos veys allege the quantity of coal,
N otary P u blic.
products with the residents here
sible, and probable also, that this which is tributary to and will find Year
u id expends it for a further devel
M ARSII YIELD, O m KOON.
$1,171,756 op nenl of the natural resources of
name Coos which is so dear to all an outlet on Coos Bay, extends un 1903
C O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N .
of us who live here, will be heard der an area of 400 square miles, and 1904
1,656,583 the county, than the man who re
and understood in every town of as there are about 1500 square 1905
1,046,276 side. in some other state and carries
A l l w ork g u a r a n teed .
\V. C . C hare.
any importance where res'dents are miles in the county, the govern,
E . D . Sperry.
off every dollar which his Coos
looking for undeveloped re-ources ment probably did not estimate Year
county enterprise makes for him, to
SPERRY & CHASE.
$ 98,798 spend suine where else, and it is
and an opportunity to make money that some portions fo the coal fields 1903
1,901,401 better for this county to have one
outside of the well trodden financial which extends iuto the adjacent 1904
A ttora«yii-m t-Law .
uncertainties of larger cities,
133,698 mail of means who will come and he
counties, would find their outlet 1905
Otto« in Robinflon Bailding
Exports aud imports of Coquille. oue of us and help develop the
coos county .
here. We have a vast quantity of
This county ami this section of the best dairy laud on the coast:
country and expend the profits of
Value his enterprise in further develop
the state ia still iu an undeveloped perhaps it is unfair to say the best, Year
*838,8 j 8 ment than to have half adozen suck
condition, every industry is stilt in when similar lauds are to be found 1904
609,990 ers who will start something around
E. 6. D. Holden,
its infancy, every mine in operation along the bottom lHnds of Humboldt 1905
B. F E N T O N
needs further development; every and Tillamook bays, but we can
L aw ybb ,
here, and expend the profits of our
Value Coos county products somewhere
farm needs improving, and large modestly say that the quality Year
U. 8 . Comraisaioner, General Inaurane*
sections of the bottom lands o f Coos is equal to at least and land on the 1904
A gent, and Notary Pabilo. Offloe
Saddle Horses of best quality always on baud. Good Rigs in redi-
Bay and the Coquille and their coast and produces anything which 1905
in Robin son Building.
for special trips. In fact, a general Stage and Livery business.
From these figures a lesson can
tributaries need even clearing of wi'1 grow in a climate similar to
C oqu ille, Oregon.
Accommodations for Taveliug men a specialty
the brush, which will be found upon this. We can point with satisfac
It was a huge task, to undertake Leave Coquille at 6 a. in., arriving at Roseburg at 10 p. m. Fare $5.50
In 1903 tho
bottom lands in their natural state. tion to the fruit produced here, and profit in the future.
the cure of such a bad case of kid
In all these new sections, one class the county produces a “ spud” which exports from Coos county, accord- ney disease, as that of C. F. Collier,
of pioneer pursues another, and one which would make tbe Emerald Islo ing to estimated values above given of Cherokee, Ia., but Electric Bit
A. F. Kirshman,
class of intelligence follows tbe ad green with envy, and the lips of the were $1,171,750 and the imports ters did it. He writes: “ My kid
D entist .
during that year were $98,798, leav- neys were so far gone, I could not
vance guarJ in regular order. The Irishman water for more.
sit on a chair without a cushion;
The assessed valuation of all pro. ing a credit to our balance for the •ind suffered from dreadful back
pioneer who possessed the courage
Ofllse two doors Sooth o f Post nfloe.
and the foresight to advance west perty, which was gathered into the year of $1,072,958; while in 1904 ache, and depression. In Electric
C oqu ille
ward from the New England states, assessor’s net foi the year 1905, the exports amounted to $1,650,583 Bitters, however, I found a cure,
did not find, what to him, was the amouuts to $9,913,190, and taking whereas the imports reached the and by them was restored to per
A private hospital for the care and treatment of medical, surgical
I recommend this
“jumping-off place” until he reached this item into consideration and real- unprecedented sum of $1,901-
great tonic medicine to all with
and obstetrical cases. Equipment new and modern
Coos and found the Pacific ocean izing the amount of wealth which is
weak kidneys, liver or stomach.
“ stacked up" in front of him, while here undeveloped, you are not sur we paid out more than we took in, Guaranteed by R. S. Knowlton
in every particular.
Tom White, Master
Whereas in druggist; price 50c.
the regulars who followed and pur prised and need cot think that we the sum of $244,818
1905 the exports were $1,040,276
Banden....... 7 à-M. | Coquille
10 a - m . sued him were still coming along in are entirely unselfish when the chair
List your property with the Home
Conuille ........ 1 p m . I Bandoa . . . . 4 p - m .
the imports only $133,698,
regular order, ar d at the present man was so liberal in his welcome
Connect* at Coquille with train for Marsh field
Including room, bjard, general nursing and drugs.
and steamer E;ho for Myrtle Point.
time we have some o f the old-timers to you, iu which I can assure you leaving a balance to our credit for
Full stock of A. A. Cutter shoes
of the first regiment still living in the entire people of this county
Bay trade alone, to say nothing of Lorenz’s.
our midst, and the coming of the most heartily join.
J. C. Moomaw. Master,
A good lot of cull lumber at the
From the time the steamers left the Coquille.
second, third and fourth following
Coquille mill at $4.59 per thousand.
Coquille....... 7 a - m . | Band. in . . 10:45 a - m .
Baadon......... I p - m . | Coquille . 4:45 P-M. brigades to make up tbe citizens of the Columbia until they reached
this portion, and the same possibly their destination here, there was an who will look for a moment will re
groceries just in from Portland at
S tr . E C H O
applies to a large portion of the en anxiety for fear anything should alize the reason for the scarcity of
H . Jams. Master.
tire state of Oregon, and perhaps happen to roar the pleasure of the
Robinsou’s store has a big liDe
M yrtleP oin t.. .7 a - m . | «»quille C’y 9 SO a - m .
trip or to place tbe entrance to the 1904 and for the graduul and study
Coquille City. .1 P-M. | Myilie F t . . 4 00 p - m . every portion of the Pacific slope;
of ladies’ shirt waists, muslin under
and as the commingling of such harbor at a disadvantage, and now ¡“ provement iu the money market wear, corset covers, dress skirts
Daily oxcept Sunday.
elements made Great Britain the na that our visitors are all safely land-1 here froln the beginning of 1905 to and underskirts.
T h e safe a n d reliable
tion which she has proved herself ed here, you will permit me to in -: ths present time. The rules ap-
It pays to use Stock Food at this
I r r i t e New and Speedy,
to be in Europe, and which has dulge in a story ns an illuatration plieable to the individual in matters time of the year.
Better get a
S u c c e s s o r t o W H . M ansell.
made America tbe marvelous nation
package at Knowlton’a drug store
cable to the counties and localities. and try it with your cow.
which she has proved herself to be to bay might mean:
W IL L M E E T A L L B O A T S A N D T R A IN S .
C. P. Jensen, Mnster.
“ A new arrival from the Eroer- The individual who purchases $300,-
to all the world at the present time,
The cash customer has the ad
Will make regular trips between
vantage at T. H. Mehl A Coe. Thoy
All orders handled with carefulness and expedience
will in a small way make Coos coun
Coquille River and San ty and the other sections similarly ful tuuel through the mountains ha* disposed of, is bound to feel are now giving 5 per cent off of the
regular prices to all who pay cash
inhabited, a great, grand, big, pro which had been built for the rail the loss of money from bis cash ac
Fra n cisco .
on the spot.
A g e n t fo r th e b e s t C o o s C o u n ty G oal
gressive, energetic people, traveling road, and standing at the mouth of
No 8 top-over at W ay Porta.
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E lectric L ig h t«. E veryth in g in First on broad lines and free fro u the the tunnel his partner said, “ There, es $300,000 worth o f goods more
ound a Cure For Dyspepsia.
Class S tyle.
ruts and narrow passages into which Mr. Mulligan, look at the wonder than we had disposed of is also
Mrs. S. Lindsay, of Fort William,
ary community ia bound to slide or ful tunnel in the mountain where l>ound to realize the difference in its Ontario, Canada who )has suffered
fall who do not go out of the narrow the railroad goes.
And see," says cash account, the only difference quite a number of years from dys-
groove» themselves or permit other«, Hooligan, “ there comes the train being that in the individual case, | pepsia and great pains in the atom
AT NORTH BEND
who are outside to enter their I of care now, stand back and let the ! one main account explains what has ' ach, was advised by her drurrist to
Is now open for the recep
’ train go in.”
And after the tram ¡ occurred, whereas with the whole -
Tablets. “ ‘ S h V ^ " 2
and A private Hospital well equipped for the treat
tion of patients. The terms
bad passed into the tunnel and tho section or community so far as tbe ^ ^ ,,j q n(j
t|ley [1!lve j one
HAD! IM 01*00*.
ment of su rgical and medical diseases.
are $10 per week and
•Made in Oregon" ia placarded wind blew through Mulligan's whis- ab°Te matters are concerned, it e f - ; me ft great deal of good. I have
upwards. For particulars
in great, big, glaring letters all kers, be stood looking iuto the tun- feets the cash account of nearly never bad any suffering since I llé
Trained N urses in Attendance.
gan using them.” If troubled with
over tbe city of Portland, at the nelas far as he could see, and when every one who buy» and sells.
present time, and is in evidence of Mr. Hooligan asked him what he
You know it is Dot however, a /le t,1
^ Ib le fe ^ 'g e t r^elY iiHl For Information Address
the pride of the people of Portland j was thinking about, be said, “ Mr. that the surplus which tbe figures ?lay well?
~ For sale by R. S.
of the products of the state of Ore- Hooligan, I was just thinking what above show, and which is the rule Knotvlon,
NORTH BEND. OREOON
Entered ns se c o n d -cl* .» m atter May
8, 1805, at the poatoffioe at C oquille,
Oregon, under act o f Oongreee o f March
B en n ett'« A d d re ss.
nowltons Drug Store
FIN E STA T IO N E R Y ,
TO ILET ARTICLES.
W. H. SCHROEDER
M AR SH FIELD
COQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT CO
to ^ 3 0
per w eek
Miss S- C. Lakeman, Matron.
Cire ri eral D ra y m a n
I I HORSEALL HOSPITAL
The Mercy Hospital
M ISS L. G. GOULD. SUPERINTENDENT.
Sisters of Mercy
Wm. Horsfall, M. D.,