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C O Q U ILL E , COOS
V o l . 2 6 : No. 35.
Entered as second-class matter May
8, 1905, at the postoffice at Coquille,
Oregon, under act of Congress of March
Further Details of Plans for ihe A .
NOTES OF THE BIG EXPOSITION
Y . P. Fair.
PHYSICIAN AND SURCiEON.
Office at Slocum’s Drug Store.
C o q u il l e , O r e go n .
Phone Mitin 128.
A. F. Kirshman,
D entist .
Offloe two doors South of Post ofiioe.
Dr. C W. Endicott
D b .NTIBT
Ollice on Front Street
Phone Main 431.
T O L L M A N
E. D, SPERRY
Attorney and Coancellor at Law.
Office in Robinson Building
Offlo in Robinson Building, Upstairs
C. R. BARROW
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Fifteen Years’ Experience
O oquill * C ity , O re
J. J. STANLEY
C o q u il l h , O regon
A. J. Sherwood,
A ttorney - at -L aw ,
N otary P u b l ic ,
Seattle, May 3.— Enough en
tries have been promised to insure
the complete success of the live
Stock Show of the Alaska-Yukon-
Pacific Exposition, and the affair
will be the most important gather
ing of prize animals ever held in
the West. The event will be held
on the exposition grounds from
September 27th to October 9th in
A widespread interest has been
created among breeders and deal
ers throughout the entire United
States and Canada, and several for
eign associations are negotiating
with the intention of sending a
nnmber of prize winners across the
The Canadian Government ha3
portation expenses, and this will
be utilized by the Cattle Breeders
Association of Manitoba in sending
several car loads of stock to Seattle.
The value of live stock exhibits on
the Pacific Coast lias been thorough
ly demonstrated by the success
following the live stock show in
Portland in 1905, and since that
time, the western sales of two stock
associations in the east have total
led over $1,000.000.
The weet and Northwest are to
day considered as the most promis
ing fields for high class stock
development, and this fact has been
generally recognised by breeders.
The exposition appropriation of
prize money and premiums is
liberal, and this has been in
creased by offerings of individual
breeders and dealers to the extent
The official catalogue of the Live
Stock Show will be ready for dis
in May, and
sary information regarding the
entries, classification and awards.
Constructions work on sheds, stalls,
paddocks and yards will be com
pleted long before the opening
These will be open to
exhibitors ten days before the show
In the special features introduced
into the Live Stock Show, none
but new departures will be followed.
It is the intention of the manage
ment to make this department as
valuable as can be done, and in
doing this, expense and work have
been a secondary consideration.
Noted ludían W om an Dies.
A ttorney -A t -L a w ,
N otary P u b l ic ,
A dispatch from Oregon City, of
April 23rd, tells this story: Martha,
a well-known Indian woman was
buried here this afternoon. She
Hall & Hall,
at midnight Wednesday in the
ATTORNKTS-tT L*W ,
Indian settlement south of town.
Dealer in R ear E stü b of a ll kinds.
She was the wife of Joseph Andrews,
commonly called “ Soosap,” and was
nearly 70 years of age, having been
born in Jacksonville, Or. Martha
E. G. D. Holden
was a member of the Rogue River
L a w ye r ,
tribe. She was married to An
J ustigk of the P eace
D. 8. Oommissiouer, General Insurance drews about 35 years ago. Five
years ago she was made totally
Agent, and Notary Publio. Office
in Robinson Building.
blind by and attack of Bob Gardi
ner, a degenerate character, who
was sentenced to 20 years in the
state penitentiary, and who is now
in the insane asylum.
The Value oí Septic Tanks.
Texas Gets Fever to W ig W ag
rhe Celebrated Bergmann Shoe
Phe Strongest and Nearest Wafer
Proof shoe made for loggers, miners
prospectors and mill men.
621 Thurman Street
P ortland , O regon .
The safe nnd reliable tiwn-
p ^ T h e New ami Speedy,
Capt. Olaen, Master.
Will make regular tripe be* *
quille River an J San
No Stop-over at W ay Porta.
trie Lights. Everything in First
P. E. Orane keeps puffed rice
a delicious dish for breakfast and
for sick folks.
Ex-President Roosevelt’s Farm
Boston, April 26.— William Hen
er’s Commission, appointed for the
ry PickeriDg, professor of Astrono
purpose of investigating and re
my at Harvard University, received
porting upon the conditions of the
a telegram to-day from Fort Worth,
great farming industry
Texas, proposing that if the profes
country, found that one of the great
sor would go to Texas to superin
est d mad vantages the farming com
tend extensive experiments for sig
munity had to contend with, owing
naling to the planet Mars, a fund
to the absence of proper sewerage,
of $10,000,000 would be raised for
was the unsanitary conditions sur
rounding the homes.
While Professor Pickering has
Now, this same condition prevails,
not yet replied to the messages, be
not only upon the farms, but also
said he would entertain a proposal
in small towns and suburbs of cities,
for experiments of this kind, bnt he
where there are no sewers or water
would advise those who made the
works, and where the people have
offer to wait until additional and
to depend upon wells for their
mere conclusive evidence as to the
B E C A U S E We are Steinway dealers.
water supply. Usually these homes
inhabitation of Mars bad been se-
have a well at the rear of the house,
B E C A U S E We carry the largest stock and variety o f the world’s best pianos.
oured by observation before spend
near the kitchen door. A few feet
ing so large a sum on experiments
B E C A U S E We sell “ an honest piano at an honest price."
further will probably be an old style
which might prove of but little
toilet, standing over an unwailed value.
B E C A U S E We conduct no fake sales, puzzle contests, nor issue countless
vault dug a few feet into the
numbers o f piano certificates, and so-called piano bonds.
would urge those behind the move-1
B E C A U S E By years of endeavor and courteous treatment we have earned the
The greasy waters and slops from
ment to establish an observatory of |
the kitchen are either conveyed by
respect and confidence o f the public.
the highest possible effectiveness in 1
a pipe from the sink to a hole in
some favorable location, where he !
B E C A U S E Oar prices are right. Every piano marked in plain figures. One
the ground, or emptied into the
and other astronomers could carry |
price to everyone, everywhere.
back yard to putrify, and from
on their observations of the planet
which the swarms of dies attracted
B E C A U S E We arrange convenient satisfactory Terms of Ownership for those
few years, j
by the obnoxious odors from this This could be done, he said, for a j
who prefer not to pay all cash at time of purchase.
putrifying mass on the ground and
very small part of the immense sum
B E C A U S E We have the most complete piano establishment on the coast. We
in the toilet, carrying disease and
it is proposed to expend on the
death into the house. As bees
tune, repair, refinish and rebuild pianos.
carry pollen from flower to flower.
“ These observations,’’ the pro- j
B E C A U S E In no other house can you find anything like so many of world
In the winter seasons we do not fessor continued, “may yield infor- j
famous, high-grade pianos.
Read the list: Steinway, A. B.
have the germ-carrying flies to pol
mation such as will warrant further \
Packard, Estey, Kingsbury,
lute our food, but we have an agent
aud more costly steps in the work, |
equally as bad in the rains, which
namely the establishing of an enor- j
saturate the earth and carry the mous reflector by means of which [
seepage from these polluted places
the sun’s light can be reflected with j
down through the ground, uniting
sufficient intensity tor each through
with and contaminating the well
the 45,000,000 miles between the
“The House of Quality”
water with typhoid and other germs. earth and Mars, and attract the at
All of these dangers can be over
will be at anchor at the ferry wharf at Coquille for the next ten days. Don’t fail
tention of the planet’s inhabitants.
come at a comparatively small ex
to visit the most unique piano store in the world. See_the most magnificent
“ The brevity of the telegram does
the installation of a
stock of art pianos. Hear the wonderful Carola, the Euphona and the Kings
not permit me to say from what
properly designed and constructed sources the money is coming,’’ was
bury Inner-Plaver Pianos. The musical wonders of the age. Free concert
septic tank, with a glazed, vitrifled
every evening from seven to nine.
one remark the professor made.
sewerage system connecting the
house and toilet with the same.
Hoarseness, bronchitis and other
HOM E OF D EPEN D A BLE
P IA N O S
The tank being practically buried throat trouble are quickly cured by
in the ground and hermetically seal-1 Foley’s Honey and Tar as it soothes
ed, with the inlet and outlet pipes and heals the inflamed throat and
beneath the water, there can be no bronchial tubes and the most obstin
odors escape from it.
ate cough disappears. Insist upon
STORES— Seattle, Tacoma, Fverett, Bellingham, Wenatchee, North Yakima, Spokane, San Francisco, San
Even the water from the outlet, having the genuine Foley’s Honey
Jose, Stockton, Oakland, Los Angeles, Fresno, Bakersfield, Santa Rosa, Sacramento.
or overflow of the tank is clear, and Tar. C. J. Fuhrman.
harmless. All of
which are owing to the fact that the
Fire in Roseburg.
Buys Curry County Sheep.
specific gravity of all vegetable nnd
animal matter enteriug the tank
Roseburg, Ore , April 30.— Fire
Roseburg, Ore., April 30.—E. R
with its germs, odors, etc. cause it
Hanan, the well-known live stock preceded by burglary caused sev
to float to the surface of the water,
buyer, has just returned from the eral hundred dollars’ damage to the
which is always maintained at a
lower Rogue River country, in
considerable distance above the
store of the Paquette Drug Com
Curry county, where he purchased
overflow. Here it floats undisturb
pany, this city. The buildiug is
an aggregate of 5,000 head of sheep
ed, while in it certain microbes de
for J. E. Pelton .t Co., of this city owned by George W. Hoover, of
velop which devour and destroy it.
and Ashland. These sheep include Portland. When the proprietor
A system of this kind can be put
about 2000 wethers and 3000 ewes. closed the store at 10 o’clock he
in witüout investing in high priced
Of this numbei about 3000 head
plumbing goods or the services of
will be brought to their Douglas men entered after extinguishing
a plumber, as it is constructed prin
Fresh and Salt Meats.
county ranges and the remainder the flames, they found the till open
cipally of concrete and sewer pip
pastured in the coast districts dur and the money gone. The theuxy
ing. Any handy man should be
ing the summer. Mr. Hanan says is that a burglar started the fire by We are headquarters for everything in the meat line,
able to install it.
wants always receives prompt attention.
that sheep prices average about the droppiug a lighted match near in
If a septic tank system was prop
same as last year, or possibly a lit flamable material. All the loss is
erly installed at such places as de
covered by insurance.
scribed in the article, those homes
would be as sanitary as a home in
the city.—Northwest Pacific Farmer.
E. S. DEAN
G. R. HENSLEY
Doing the Piano Business of
the Pacific Coast.
Floating Piano Store
Sherman Clay & Co.
piONEER MEflT MARKET
COQUILLE VALLEY PACKING CO.
Offer Big Homesteads.
Washington, D. C-, April 30.—
Secretary of the Interior Bellinger
has designated 15,176,800 acres of
public land in Western states to
which the 320-acre homestead law
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as coming within the provi
W ill Open Floras Lake.
sions of the law. The stales affected
It is reported that the Dupont are Oregon, Washington, Utah,
Powder Company have taken the Wyoming, New Mexico, Nevada,
contract to blow out the proposed Arizona, Colorado aud Montana.
chanuel from Floras lake to the Included in the lauds designated
ocean, and that a tunnel will be run are 7,160,000 acres in Oregon and
across the sand spit projecting un 3,575,960 acres
derneath the lake and ocean, and ^ Diagrams showing the lands sub-
that the canal will be made with j ject to entry are being sent to all of
one grand explosion in which many the government land offices. It is
thousands of dollars worth of pow- believed that 40 per cent of the
j der will be exploded. The Port designated lands, except in Nevada,
Orford Orchard Tract Company are held by individuals. If all the
should declare a holiday when the lend was available to entry it would
; event occurs and give a picnic din I provide for 492,000 homesteads.
ner so that all the natives may
| gather together to witness the mak-
This is to certify that all drug
! ing of a great harbor with the sim
gists are authorized to refund your
ple touching of a mn'cb.
It is quite probable that the Co. j money if Foley’s Honey and Tar
! will abandon the oil well so nearly fails to cure your cough or cold. It
finished as they are unable to ex stops the cough, heals the lungs
tract the tools lost. At present and prevents pneumonia and con-
they are pulling the casting up. It ' sumption. Contains no opiates.
is not known whether or not opera- The genuine is in a yellow package.
1 tions will be commenced eleewhere. C. J. Fuhrman.
The People’s Market
DEAN & HENSLEY, Proprietors.
$1 . 5 0 P e r Y
C O U N T Y , O R E G O N , W E D N E S D A Y , M A Y 5, 1909.
W e have a nice line of Groceries.
We sell as ('heap as the Cheapest
W e will Buy anything you have for Sale.
We want your Vegetables, your Chickens, your Eggs
We Pay the Highest Market Price.
W e are here to Stay.
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T 'r e a t
ORIENTAL PALACE AND MANUFACTURERS BUILDING.
PHONE MAIN 5-6
The Palace of Oriental Exhibits and Manufacturers Building have a
frontage <>n Cascade Court and Geyser Basin and look across at Foreign
Exhibits and Agricultural Palaces; Yukon Avenue separates these mag
nificent display buildings, and in the back ground the state buildings of
R. E. SHINE, Vlas P r is
A. ) SHERWOOD Frei.
Oregon and California are located.
Construction work on these buildings was completed last year and
0. C SANFORD, Asst. Cashier
I. H HAZARD, Cashier
exhibits are being received and placed In position. The Oriental Palace
will house the most valuable collection of Far Eastern art that has ever
been sent from the Orient, and will present displays from Japan. China.
India, Ceylon, Straits Settlements, French Indo China, Borneo, Java and
OP COQUItiUB, ORHQOH.
all the eastern countries of Asia.
The Manufacturers building encloses a vast amount of exhibit space T r a n s a c t H a G e n e r a l B o n k i n g B u s i n e s ®
and every foot of this has been engaged for display purposes by domestic
and foreign manufacturers. The interest manifested In this department of
the A la s k a Yukon-Pacific Exposition Is world-wide and competitive dis
Boeri) ef Directors.
Ctr raa'M *»«-
plays will be general and comprehensive. Exhibits are being dally re B. a. Den nt,
A. .1. Sherwood,
National Bank o Commerce, New York Cl
I» H. Hazard, ! Crocker Woolwnrth N’l Bank, San Francia.
ceived and the heavy work of Installation Is rapidly being accomplished.
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
R. K. Shine.
First Nat'l Bank of Portland,