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P H Y S IC IA N A N D SU R O BON.
Office at Blocum'a Drug Store.
C oy t i l l * , O m o o n .
Attorney and Couucellor at Law.
Office opposite Mrs. Wickham*».
C. R. BARROW,
Attorney end Counsellor ut Law
First olaM Beferenoes
irteen Years’ Biyerienoe
C oquillk C ity , O bk
J. J. STANLEY
A. J. Sherwood,
N otsb t P u b lic ,
A t r o B * ii- 4 T - L . w ,
N o t i s i P u b l io ,
-i— ■__x :
Hall & Hall,
A t t o b s b is - s t -L l w ,
«lei in K «» l E stât « of all kinds.
C. A. Sehlbrede,
Attom ey-at-L aw ,
ary P ublic.
P h on e 761.
MABsnrtitLD, O b b o o s .
. C. Chase.
E. D. Sperry.
SPERRY A CHASE,
Q#oe ta Eobinsoa Baildiapj
E. G. D. Holden,
Department ot the Interior,
Sir: Referring to tbe circul
instructions agents of your office,
approved by me on January 29,1904,
relative to their duties under the
act of February 25, 1885 (23 State.,
321), entitled “ An act to prevent
unlawful occupancy of the public
latids,’’ you are advised that said
ciroular is hereby amended and
modified as follows:
Strike on t from said circulur par
agraphs 5 and 6, and insert in lieu
thereof the following:
It shall be the duty of the speci
al agent on receipt of any charge
or complaint or upon information
being acquired by him from any
source, that unlawful inclosure is
being maintained by persons or per
sons, association, or corporation, to
at once procure sufficient data, in
cluding a description of lands in
closed, with reasonable certainty,
not necessarily by metes and bounds,
nor by Governmental subdivisions
of surveyed land, but only so that
the inclosure may be identified and
tbe persons guilty of tbe violation,
as nearly as may be, and by descrip
tion if the name can not, on reason
able inquiry, be ascertained, and to
at once suon.it such case, with the
date thus obtained, to the United
States attorny for prosecution.
It shall be the duty of the special
agent.and he shall be so instructed,
to be alert and vigalant to detect
tbe existance of unlawful inclosures
in his district and to proceed in ac
cordance therewith as hereinabove
directed, and that be is not to con
strue his duties as requiring that,
before proceeding in tbe matter of
an unlawful inclosure, there must
first be filed with him a formal com
plaint by some person or persons
acquainted with the facta, but it
shall bo bis duty, as hereinabove
stand, to lake the initiative himself.
In ibis connected you are fur
ther instruction, by directi >n of the
President, to at once notify all of
the special agents and receivers and
of local land offices
throughout the United States, and
to give tbe widest publicity thereto
that the provisions of Raid act of Feb
ruary 25, 1885, for tbe destruction
of inclosures and obstructions exist
ing in violation of said act will be
rigidly onforced on and after April
1, 1907. Respectfully.
E. A. H itchcock ,
Secratary of the Interior.
L a w t b i ,
About thirty-seven nautical miles
northwest from the island of Unalas-
Oomiaissioner, General Insoranoo
ka, in tbe Aleutian group, there lay
¡¡eat, and Notary Publie. Offloe
before the earthquake of April 18
in Robinson Building.
two small volcanic islands called in
Russian Bogoslof. They ate well
known to geographers and scien
tists because they enjoy the distinc
A. F. Kirshman,
tion of having risen from the sea all
and streaming during historic
D bn tibt .
limes. Now it is discovered that
the two have become three. The
Office two doors Sooth of Post offloe.
third is the largest of the three and
put in an appearance on or about
the date of the earthquake. The
COQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT CO newcomer was still hot when visited
for tbe first time by an officer of our
navy. The natural thought is to
Str. D IS P A T C H
Tern White, Master
connect the appearance of this
I Am ves
B andon......... 7 a - m . I C o q m lle ....l8 * -«. new island with the great seismic
Conuille....... 1 r-n. | Bandou . . . . i M .
upheaval on the Pacific coast last
Connect, at Coqnille with train for Marehfield
and steamer K ’ ho for Myrtle Peint.
Str. F A V O R IT E
Little Rock, Ark., Jan. 14.— State
J. C. Uoomaw. Master,
Reuben Adams, who un
Coqnille.........7 a -« .
Bandoe.. 10 « a - m . earthed the alleged graft in the Ar
Bandon.......... 1 r-M. I ( oqnllle. Sri# e-M.
kansas senate, was forced out of the
S tr. E C H O
senate today upon the convening of
H. Jams. Matter.
the legislature. Senator Adams
M yrtlePolut. . . 7 a - m . I oqnllle C y » 80 A-«. was obliged to retire from the sen-
Coqnille C ity .. .1 r-M. I Myttie r t . .4 0# r-M. ate caucus or face a motion for ex
Daily enoept Sunday.
pulsion. He announeed that he
e safe and reliBble t i w a - ^ V will resign. It was owing to Adams’
testimony that State Senator Fes
he New and Speedy,
tus O. Butt was convicted of bri
S t r . E l i z a b e t h . bery end sent to tbe penitentiary.
About 20000 lineal feet of Fir
loquille River and S a n piling to be cut in February or
March. Can be delivered later,
i For particulars, apply to, Southern
W o S to p -o v e r a t W a y P o rts.
e ctric L ig h ts. E v e ry th in g In First Oregon Co. Empire City, Or.
W ill m ake regular tripa between
Class S tyle.
C on n ty C ou rt F ro se e d ln g s
Bid* on Panama Canal.
T H E N E W Y O R K WORLD
——------- e e<e a
Floods the body with warm,
glowing vitality, makes the nerves
strong, quickens circulation, re
One horse 6 years old, weight
stores natural vigor, makes you feel
•bout 1300 pounds, also one mam ' like one born again
3 years old.
Enquirs o f Henry ' Rocky Mountain Tea.. 35 cen
Grady, Norway, Oregon.
The Thrice-a-Week World hopes
construction of the Panama canal
be in 1906 a better paper than it
were as low as had keen expeoted
by the experts on the construction has ever been before, and it has
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work. For some time it has been made its arrangements accordingly.
Its news service covers tho entire
21 13 known that seven members of the globe, and it reports everything
the estimated cost of construction fully, promptly and accurately. It
Expenses regular January, 1907,
would be a fair remuneration for is the only paper, not a dailv, which
the contractor under the form pre is as good as a daily, and which
In re justices' oourt expenses—
will keep you as completely informed
pared by the commission.
State vs. Dye.
The lowest proposal, that of Wil of what is happening throughout
E G D Holden, f P fe e s.. . . 10 70
liam J. Oliver, of Knoxville, Tenn„ the world.
J E Perrott, constable fees... 8 29
The Thrice-a-Week World is fair
Anson M. Bangs, of New York
Maud R Jones, witness........
who offered to do the work iu its political reports.
.75 per cent on the estimated
whither you are Republican or
Democrat, and that is what you
In re state vs ColliDs.
Granting that the estimate of want.
C L Pennock, J P fees........
A special feature of the Thrice-a
J W Carter, constable fe e s .. 7 25
Week World has always been its
Frank Peterson, w ituess... 1 50
serial fiction. It publishes novels
remuneration of the Oliver by the best authors in tbe world,
W P Murphy
gs combination would be $9,- novels which in book form sell for
000 in case it was to be award- $1.50 apiece, and its high standard
T D Holland
he contract. Much discussion in this respect will be maintained
“ . . . . 1 50
in the future as in the past.
Hermann Edwards “ ....... 1 50
THRICE. A-WEEK W ORLD’S
State vs Ma Sing.
f ranged from 6.75 to 28 per regular subscription price is only
C L Pennock, J P fees........
William J. Oliver and Anson $1.00 per rear, and this pays for
J W Carter, constable fees.. 11 10
156 papers. We offer this unequalled
State vs Lackstrom.
newspaper and the H erald to
C L Pennock, J P fees........
they furnished with their gether for one year for $2.25.
W L Condron, constable fees 3 25
The regular subscription price of
State vs Lars Peterson.
Mr. Oliver the two papers is $2.50.
C L Pennock, J P fees......... 3 00
W L Condron, constable fees 1 00
Timber And Coal For Sate.
J T McCormac, examining
About six million feet of Fir and
as #31,500 worth of work in pro-
physician............................. 5 00 ress.
red cedar, or all the timber on 412
J W Cartel, constable fees
He gives bis assets at $3,000,000. acres: also all the coal on 412 acres
6 30 angs gives his assets at $2,000,000 five veins in sight, price $3000 in
serving p a p e rs..................
State vs D L Green.
id states that he was the contrac- quire of C. A. Pendleton Fat Elk
E Bender. J P fe e s ..............
ir for the Soo lock at Sault Ste. or address me at Coquille.
Ross Deyoe, constable fees.. 1 50
Inquest P Sansen.
Leading pianos are world knows,
E Mingus, coronor’s fe e s ...' 7 80 these being $2,500,000.
and need no boosting up. Of c o u r s b
you have heard of the Steinway pi
Inquest A E Thomas.
An equivalent to this instru
R G Gale, exam physician., 10 00
ment is tbe “ Netzoro.”
CuredHis Mother ot Rheumatism
E Mingus, coronor’s feeB... 5 25
of them are Bold yearly to people
In re circuit court.
“ My mother has been a sufferer who know and do not listen to talk
3 00 for many years from rheumatism,” by dealers who sell to make a sale.
J T Ncsler, bailiff ................
E Mingus, exm Eva Reddick 10 00 says W. H. Howard of Husband, I sell to please—either of these pi
Pennsylvania. ,“ At limes she was anos.
M. G. PoHL.
Elbert Hermann, brief, Bax-
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unable to move at all, while at all
ter vs state.................. . . . 10 00*
times walking was painful. I pre
Builds up waste tissue, promotes
Frances McLeod, testimony
sented her with a bottle of Cham* appetite, improves digestion, in
state vs Steel...................... 5 40 berlan’s Pain Balm and after a few duces refreshing sleep, gives renew
applications she decided it was the ed strength and health.
Skookum Restaurant, meals
6 50 most wonderful pain reliever she what Hollister’s Rocky Mountoin
had ever tried, in fact, she is never Tea does. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets.
VV VV Gage, special deputies 25 75
without it now and is at all times
R. S. Knowlton.
K B Deyoe, eerv’g subpocnaj 2 00 able to walk.
An occasional ap
J Fred Schroeder, ju r o r .. . . 8 00 plication of Pain Balm keeps away
5 60 the pain that she was formerly
D D Campbell
count Book (or Two Cents
For sale by R. 8.
“ . . . . 11 60 troubled with.”
C M Skeels
“ . . . . 8 00
C. A. Snow & Co., Patent Law
C T Ferris
W anted . — About one dozen g o o d yers of Washington D. C., have
“ . . . . 8 60
coal miners $1.75 per ton paid. now ready their diary and memor
D R Lewis
“ . . . . 10 40 Will also give contract for the dig andum book for 1907, which they
M H Hersey
ging of a 400 foot tunnel. Apply will send on receipt of postage 2
•* . . . . 12 00
cents. This little book is useful.
to D. S. Rouse, Riverton.
J T Nosier
No where else that we know can so
R E L Bedillion
" . . . . 7 20
W anted : By Chicago wholes al much be bad for so little.
“ . . . . 12 00 and mail order house, assistant man-
A Big Bargain in a Nice Home.
John B Lamb
(man or woman) for this coun-
W G Mehl
id adjoining territory.
For a splendid bargain in a neat
" . . . . 13 20
md expenses paid weekly; ex-
home in Coquille you cannot do
“ . . . . I l Ï20
better than to call at the H ebald o f
" . . . . 16 40 pleasant; position permanent. No
itment or experience required. fice or address Thomas Taylor,
J A Yates
3 time valuable. Write at once Cathlamette, Washington.
J M Perkins
“ . . . . 13 20 for particulars and enclose self-ad-
S R Lushbaugh
“ . . . . 12 40
led envelope. Superintendent,
T H Hanley
*‘ . . . . 10 60 132 Lake St. Chicago, 111.
A one-fourth interest in the
B C Lehmanowsky “ . . . .
equipment of the Coquille Steam
Chamberlains Cough Remedy the
“ . . . . 11 60
boat Co., consisting of the steamers
W A Goodman
“ ....... 8 00
Dispatch and Favorite, and three
“ In my opinion Chamberlair
F R Bullack
Inquire of Capt. T. D
P S Robison
“ . . . . 9 20
for colds, aaya Mrs. Cora Walker
***........ 8 00
Porterville, California. There
N O T IC E
J C Moomaw
“ . . . . 8 00 is no doubt about its being the best.
I have at my place on Hall’s creek
J A Hamblock
" . . . . 10 60 No other will cure a cold so quick,
4 miles above Arago. 1 team, 2 cows,
No other is so sure a prevent- 3 calves and some carpenter tools
E E Oakes
“ . . . . 11 60 ly.
W D Marshall
“ . . . . 13 20
that must be sold soon. Any one
pleasant and safe to take.
In re witnesses before District Atty. are good reasons why it should be needing any of these things should
call and see m e.
B. B. P auli .
Cal W right...........................
5 60 preferred to any other.
Swannie Peterson............... 10 40 is that few people are satisfied with
For the freshest.of cakes, pie and
6 40 any other after having once used bread call at the city Bakery First
For sale by R
. S. Street
Wm Coleman....................... - 6 40
F ob S ale .— or trsde.— A Hamil
ton Piano— New. Will sell or trade
Ed J Pierson........................
for stock. Mas. V iola S teano .
A C C ole...............................
To members of Evening Tide Cir
A Grim Tragedy
2 00 cle No. 214: Alt members not pay
H L W right.........................
in thousande of
ing their assessments and dues by
7 60 the 28tb of each month after Jan. homes, as Death claims, in each
Wm W eanis.........................
8 40 1st will have to sign a reinstate one, another victim of Consumption
But when Coughs
Myrtle Tillotson . . . .
. . .
8 40 ment blank. I am notified by tbe snd Colds are properly treated, the
W H Gamble......................
10 40 Grand Clerk to do this. ,
tragedy is averted. F. G. Huntley,
1 of Oakland on, Ind., writee: “ My
E mma C. M c D o n a ld , Clerk
wife had tbe consumption, and
Ernest W ittick..................
three doctors gave her up. Finally
F oe S ale . One h un dred End gh# ^
D f R . , , N ew D igcoy ery
! E Mingus ...........................
land containing f Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
! W C olin ............................... 10 00 also 1.000,000 feet of red ceder and which Pa*A hsr, and tod .y she is
It km< the
Edmund Kean...................... 12 40 fhe same amount of fir. Inquire of
Nelson Jones, Coquille, Or.
ggrmg of M digeggeg.
0 ne dose
hate. Just what you need thia kind j $1.00 by R. 8. Knowlton, druggist
Geo. A. Robinson.
Trial bottle free.
Continued on aecoad page.
W. H. Mansell, JS"-
Under New Management.
Washington, Jan. 12— The pro
T H R I C E -A -W E E R EDITION
Washington, D. C- January 3, ’07.
Expenditures made by the county
Commissioner General 1
woerever the English Langaaqe i(
coure since the October, 1906 , term:
al commission today for the entire
In vacation after October term:
JüOTIOB OF THE P b AO»
C. P. Jenaen, Master
$1.50 P er Y eah
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, W E D N E S D A Y , JA N U A R Y 23, 1907
V ol . 24: No. 18.
Entered as second-claas matter May
8, 1905, at the poetofflee at CoqullU,
Oregon, ander sot of Oongraaa o( March
ìit t ù k
Best of Turnouts
Feed and Sale
t r ic t l y
ir s t
l a s s
Hay, Grain» Feed.
Opposite I. O. O. F. Hall.
Successor to J. T. Little
p iO N E E R M EA T M AR K ET
Fresh and Salt Meats.
We are headquarters for everything in the meat line.
wants always recciues prompt attention.
COQUILLE VALLEY PACKING
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T. H. M E H L , Proprietor.
City News Stand.
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Nuts, Candies, Cigars and
W .H. SCHROEDER
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
C O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N .
A l L W ORK
B. F E N T O N
Saddle Horses of best quality always on band. Good Rigs in redi
ness for special trips. In fact, a general Stage and Livery business.
Accommodations for Taveling men a specialty
Leave Coquille at 6 a. m., arriving at Roseburg at 10 p. m. Fare $5.50
North Coquille Store
M R S, M. C. BO YRIE, Proprietress,
Fa ncy and Staple
Nuts, Candies, To
bacco and Cigars,
¿ i^nry Street Bridge.
S. H. McADAMS
CARRIAGE WORK Soft Drinks
For Bargains in Buggies and Carriages come and examine onr line ws
have the best that money can buy at the lowest prices.