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THE OLD RELIABLE
From Thuraday'a Dally.
Fine Stationery at Norton's.
Word reached here yeiteadny of tho
death of Jerome Black at Pocotella, Ida
ho, on Christmas day.
Win. 8tauff, ono of tho prosperous
young farmers of Arago is in town on
his way to Corvallls, whero ho will take
the two months course of lectures at tho
State Agricultural College.
lire, J. L. Biown will start ovorland
Friday for Ban Francisco, to job he
husband who went down on tho last
steamer to finish his course at tho phar
,Dr. 0, E. Smith, having closed up his
business affairs on the Bay, will go north
on the Alliance to join his family at
"Eugene, their future home. Hn takes
his entire dental office outfit with him
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. MHner aro enjoy
ing a short visit from Mrs. Milnere
brother, John Barnum, whom eho bad
not Bscn for about ten years until ho
arrived on tho Alliance from Portland.
Mr. Barnum is a mining prospector and'
just come from Idaho.
Ccquille Ilorald There woa a holly
contested football game played at this
place on Sunday between tho teams of
Coquille and North Bend. It was an
exceedingly clean and fair game and
good work done on both sides. Tho re
eults stood Coquille 12 to the North Bend
team's 0. Thero ia talk of other games
in the near future.
A Eurekn paper of Dec. 24th states
that at tnat time the footballls there
had concluded that they could raise
money enough to have tho Marsbfield
boya come down for that game of foot-
.ball. If they had mustered tboir re
sources a few weeks sooner they might
have bad the fame.
Some transient interest was aroused
,pn Front Street yeBterday afternoon by
a fracas in the course of which a gambler,
a newspaper man a hotel porter and a
landlord took exercises, tho two first
.pained playing tho star parts. Perhaps
tho most interesting feature of the af
iair developed when the porter got to
chewing the landlords thumb, nnder the
impression that it belonged to the gamb
ler. No one Eeoma to have been badly
List of utclalmoJ LatterB remaing In
the MarhOeld Or. Post Office, Jan, 1
2003. Persons calling for the eamo will
please eay advertised : Anderson Alfred
Barker Thoa A, Back Carl, Beck Join,
Burlington Mha Rosa, Caeagreenda
'GueBlppp, Corogrando Guieoppo, Cornish
Andrew. Fennln F.FeeBhemson Johann,
Gavls Thoe J, Gardno J A, Grubb Mies
ConBtance, Hagguiet Win, Ilagerman
ME. Hale JR, Hansen MraB, Holm
'Mra A, Howe Frank, Holland Chae,
.tfbbpBon J S, Keith N W, Lang Aato,
JfclflcdouahLA JE, .Manning J Q. McCUn-
took Frank) Moor 0 B, IVnflco Btrlo,
Fctorson II axel, Petersen Miss Fearnte,
Randal Elmer, Bandera Capt, F. H.
Bhadoou Fred, Bhadowni John, Bonstol
II II Williams Pearl, Wiro Melville T,
WocdruH Geo, Zokind A I,
W. B. Conns, P. M
She Came Down
A atory of a pnthotlc incident comes by
Marconi telecraph from Ilillsboro. On
Thanksgiving morulug n young man
who had been away at school arrived at
his town aud hastened irom tho train to
tho residence of his star of hope. Her
mother answered his nervous ringi and
invited him in. Yes, Jeunio was at
home, up stairs, bho would call her.
Stopping to tho foot of tho stairs alio
called, "Jennie, Will Is hero and wants
to teoyou." A voice from abovo answer
ed, "I can't como down, mother; I'm
just taking a bath. The young man was
impatient, and stopping to tho foot of
tho stalre, ho called, "I must see you
just a minute, Jonnie. Blip on anything
and come down." Bho slippod on tho
top step and came down, and ho raw her,
but for mnch less than a minute For
est Grovo Times.
Arcala Passenger List
Tho Areata sailed from San Francisco
at 5 p. m. yesterday. Tnrough tho
courtesy of Agent Dow wo are furnished
with the following listol her passengers,
telegraphed hero by tho 0. C. AN. Co:
II Black and wife, Capt. Peterson, L
Rosenborg, B Rucker, V Eickworth and
wifo, N Hardenbrook, V Hickson, L
Kalmnk, E Pason, It Greenwald, 8 in
MAJOR L D. KINNEY
At Roseburg, Monday, a local knocker
took occasion to try to giva Major Kin
ney a tongue lashing, with tho result
that tho Major knocked him down and
Tho fellow then had the Major arrest
ed, but when his case camo into court
the officers of tho court remitted their
fees and the citizens of Roseburg after
ward got together presented tho Major
with a gold-headed cane( as a token of
their appreciation of his mothod of
dealing with an offensivo knocker.
PORTER MILL AGAIN
IN FULL OPERATION
First Run Shows Flrstclass Condi
tion And Regular Work
At 3:15 p. m, yesterday tho first log
for several ycara waa started through
the saws at the Porter mill, which has
been leased for a term of 20 years by
the Simpson Lumber Co., and which
has jr.et been repaired and put in condi
tion for work by a crow of men accord
ing to directions of L. J. Simpson, Two
logs were sawed up to try tho machinery
and everything worked with the greatest
smoohneee, not even a hot box giving
indicatien of unduo friction.
Tho mill whietlo blew several blasts
which were, taken up and echoed by
the North Send mill and all '.ho steam
whistles within hearing, giving eomo
indication o! tho gratification which
is felt at seeing this splendid mill put
again oporation, and under tho present
management, insuring a steady ran and
a liberal and progressive policy.
Today the mill will begin to run reg
ularly, working first on lumber for re
pairs and new bnildlngs about Porter
itself, and then for tho regular shipping
Long may It bo beforo tho saws aro
From Saturday'a Dally.
New Years Oregonian at Norton's
Geo. Thomson haa leased tho old Dr.
Smith place on North Coos river, of
Beattio Bros., for a term of HvoyearB.
R, A. Church will coon move with his
family to Marshfiold, to send hU child
ren tn Bchool,
Coquille Herald Tho now atcatuor to
take tho place of the Dispatch is to bo
commenced as soon aa tho weather will
permit and will be built at Parkorsburf ,
F. L, 1.0WO returned yesterday4 from a
short visit to lhmdou,
Capt. Bob Jonos' dredger is lying at
tho foundry wharf, llur machinery
will bo horo on tho Homer, ami Captain
Bob expects to hnvo her ready tor work
by Fob. 1st.
Mr a Rutndaugh, ol Lebanon who haa
boon In search of hor husbnud, who dis
appeared n week ago baa received n
letter from him dated at Port Towmond
Wnili. Ho informod hor that ho was
ou his way to Alaska. .
Coquille Herald A rccont lettor from
D, F. Lnwrouco at Pheonix, Arixona to
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, B, Law
rence, of this city, atatos that ho is get
ting along nicely, and is gaining strength
At the Now Yoar camo in at 12 p. m.
Wednesday it was greeted by all tho
steam whistles in this vicinity which
were fixed to tnako a uolso, and tho
siren of tho Cxarina added to tho diu
with tho unearthly wails which aro ltd
specialty, curdling tho blood of a num
ber of pcoplo who had not heard it be
ore. Tho editor's wifo was lifted out of
bod by the noiso, and ae was abouj to
open tho window and request 'the re
quest an imaginary crowd across the
stroet to stop that noise, when if ceased.
Noarly every ono in town teems to
have taken part In a watch party, of
which there were a great many, largo
and small, at tho churches and privato
A Watch Party
Tho young people of tho Froabytorian
Endeavor Bocioty mot at tho Presby
terian Manse, by invitation of Rov. and
Mrs. Strango, to watch out tbd old year
and watch in the new. They came, a
jolly crowd of them at eight o'clock and
remained nntll aftor 12 o'clock. Tho
timo passed pleasantly and rapidly.
Games wero played, sweet music waa
discoursed. Thero was flow of aoul and
conversation. Refreshments were Borv-
ed, and at midnight prayer waa offered,
and then everybody wished everybody
else a happy New Year, and all went
home happy with tho usual crop of
good resolutions for tho New Year.
Ladies pst Club Entertain
Ladies of The Evergreen Whist club
entertained tholr gentlemen friends on
New Years'-Eve, at thi reeidonco of
Mr. and Mra. J. U. Taylor.
Flaying began at nine o'clock and
atopped at eleven. Tho gentlemen's
ecore, only was counted, aa tba ladlea
kept no tally. First honors wero award
ed td W. T. Merchant, tho consolation
prize waa bestowed on Dr. J. T. Mc
Gormac. After which rufioshmonts
wero served, and of a high order to
which tho party did ample justice in the
midet of which tho whistloi and bolls of
of tho various churches and mllla joined
in ono big chorus annoneing that tho
new year was born. Everybody wished
everybody a Happy New Yoar aftor.
which ,tho guests departed for their
homes, hoping to bo fortunate enough
to bo in it at next oveniug session of tho
Those nresont wero: Mr, and Mrs
W J Bulter, Mr and Mr Is Lando,
Dr & Mra J T Mc Corrnac, Mr and Mrs
J II MUner, Mr and Mrs FPNorton,
Mr and Mra F X Hofei, Mr and Mrs
J II Taylor, Mr and Mn W T Merchant
Mr and Mrs P M Wjlbur, Meedamos
Tower, Minott, FrJedberg, Noblo, Kruse
Fatereon, Owen, Messrs Ben gBtacken,
Bennett, Dr Smith.
Wliist Club Watch Parly
Tho Young Peoploa Whist Club was
entertained by Mies Magglo and Evu
Anderson on New Years Eve. As royal
entertainers these estimablo young
ladles merited the hearty appreciations
of all. Everyone present voted It a
"lovely" tlmo and Ucortalnlr wan. Tho
dccoratlont wero n boautlful creation of
green and red. The first honors was
carried off by L. K. Nichols aud Klnlo
lion mitt tho boobies wero W, E. Ditngnn
and Stella O'Connoll. Tho refresh
ments wore son ed at 11 o'clock and they
wero just too good to montlon. A ten
minutes intermission was thou announo
ed In which hornn nml bolls wero pasted
nroutid and when tho city clock struck
tho hour of 12, 11)03 wae given an dra
tlon that did her "proud." Thirteen
young ladles then donned plug hats aud
gavonn Impromptu minstrel. Tholr Jokes
wero witty nml straight to tho point.
"Tho Good Old Summer 7imo" sung In
parody by Eva Amlorson was tho hit of
tho performance and chances nro favor
able that all tho young ladies will hnvo
escorts to as well as from tholr next
meeting plnco. Tho "boya" woro then
asked to rcspoucd which they did and
some of tho low necks and short ileovos
they displayed caused much green-eyed
envy, but nil In nil It was a jolly ending
to a Jolly ovonlng. Those present wore:
Messrs James Hutcheson, A Krusc,
WmDungan, Jos Elannjjan, E Wold,
F E Haguo, Dr. A Gross, Dr A K Straw,
C F MeKnlght, W Short. A K Nicholds,
Misses: Agnca Hutcheson Buslo
Eickworth, Edna O'Connoll, Stella
O'Connoll, Maud Reed, Anna Bloson,
Alice Aiken, Alio) Butler, Gortrudo En
glo, Msgglo Anderson, Eva Andorson,
Eliio Bennett, Carry Owon, Lotitla
STATE AND GENERAL NEWS
Tho legislature moots Janusry 12th.
The 0 R & N Ry Co spent 50,000 last
year advertising Oregon.
Tho hop growers waat a state hop in
J. L. Green of Portland rocolved 2000
volts of electricity while trying to clean
a tamp. Ho recovered from tho shock.
Clarenco Hale, the young man of
Pendleton who shot himiolf threo times
with euicidal intent last Saturday night
died last Tuesday.
Josephino county la having 25,000
booklots printed for tho Harriman Ad
vertising Buerau. It ia a 10 pago pamph
let 4 x 8 inchsa in sizo.
A movement is on foot at Lobanou,
Linn County to stop gambling,
"Wm Jordan of Linn County accldontly
shot himself in tho hip list Tuesday
with a 32-callbor rifle.
Ashland baa now about 4000 popula
tion. Hon L. R. Cluypool, of Lebanon,
marketed dressed bog last Monday,
weighing 712 pounds.
Tho Owl Gulch quartz clalmn of tho
Bavago Creek district, near Gold HM
camp have b?sn purchased by Eastern
Capitalists, through their Southern
Oregon' representative. T. J. Pierce,
Tho consideration was $10,000.
Tho firet annual poultry show under
tho auspices of the recently organized
Linn County Poultry Aflsooatlon began
Hio Methodist Episcopal Church of
Rosoburi; is starting a fund to bo used
to purchase n $1000 pipe organ. Rov.
G. II. Bennott lino tho project in charge
and is meeting with much luccces,
Dislocated Her Shoulder
Mrs. Johnson Bodurholm. of Forgua
Falls, Minn, foil nnd dislocated her
shoulder. Bho had a eurgoon got it
back in place ub soon as possible, but it
WAorjulto eoro und pained hor very
much. Hor uon mentioned that ho had
seen Chamborlain's Pain Balm advertis
ed for sprains and eoruneuH, nnd the
asked him to buy hor a bottle of it,
which ho did. It quickly relieved Iter
and onahlcd hor to elnap which oho had
not dq.no for several days. Thu nan wae
eo much pleased with tho relief it gave
his mother that he haa slnco recom
mended it to many others, For snlo by
COLEMAN-MOROAN-Jan, 1, 1003 at
tho homo of ;tho brldo'a parents, Mr,
and Mrs. W. H, Morgan, Miss Mabol
Morgan to Ohas, P, Coleman. Roy,
LAWHORN-SUMMKRI, IK-Aihc iiipoI
the brldo'n parent's, Mr. and Mrs. J.
N. Summerllu, at I.tio, Or. Doc, III,
Walter Lawhont and Mia Kuphroula
Siunuierllu, Rov, Allen olllclntliig.
CAUL- ELLlNGSON-lu Marshfiold
Or., Dec. 31, 1002, II. K. Garland Miss
Ella Ellington, Rev, R. 0. Leoolllclnt
ing. Tho brldn Is tbo daugolor of Cnptnln
ami Mrs. Elllngson who roildoon tho
lower Coquille. Bho linn been away for
sovoral years pursuing hor Indies ns a
trained nurse, and arrived hero from
Chicago. Tho groom la ono of tho pro
prlotors of tho Norway creamery. The
inairlago ceremony waa porfonned In
tho parlors of tho Central hotol at an
early hour and tho newly wedded pair
took tho train for their homo ou th
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
United Stales Ijtnd Office, Koieimrc, Oregon.
Nov, I, lyn.
Notice li hrrcliy lven tliM In compliance
with the pruvltlont of the net of Couctett ol
uno 3, 1873, entitled "An net for the tale of
timber UniN In the Maim of (.'Ahfornlt, Oirgoii,
Noait.i, and Washington Territory.'1 n c
tended to all tho Public l.tnd Sulci by net of
Autfutl 4, 1 80 j,
of Mardifield, county of Cooi, St.te of Ore
con, Imtthl id jy filed In thli oilier lilt morn
tutenient N'o. 3861, for the imichnwi of the
NWtfofSWiM, .Sec a6. HH ofSKiMJoi a
otbrc. 37. Tp 34 S, H No 11 V, and will offer
proof tn ttiow that the Und wnij;ht It mora
v.ilmMe for Its tlmhcr or none than for agricul
tural ptirpovi, and to nulilltn hit cUim In
sjIJ Und before W. U. Douglas. U, S c out
nilttloner for Orrjon, atMarthlielcl, Oregon, on
Saturday, the 10 day of (aniury, tooj
lie natnet at ltncr Crurfei Wlgani,
John Mlchelbrlnk. Kied Noah, of Allegany, Or.
S. V. Noah, of Marthfield, Orrgon.
Any and all prrvon claiming advcrwly the
abovc-detctllxfl landi are requested to file Ih'lr
culiut In tint ollicc on or !lotc laid 10 day
of n, 1003. . T. UWIDOKI, Kejlner. u-B
REAL ESTATE TRNSFERS.
Jennie Andoreon, Martin Andorcon
and wf to K Erickeon lot 3 nd 4 blk 0,
Boutb Marshfiold, $1075.
Herman Grant to Mnrla O Grant 1-2
Int in lot 5 blk 23 E B Clcmont's Plat of
Noama Webster to M F Kennedy,
pelce In b 26 1 28 r 15, $5.
John Weavor to Allco May Black, lot
1, fl 33 t 20 r 12, 15 05-100 acres 31 acrea
in a 32 1 20 r 12 10 acroa In a 20 and 32
1 20 r 12, 16 acrca a 32 t 2rt r 12, lota 1
and 8 blk 0 Bumnor. $1,
C A Craddock and wf to G S Davis
plcco in net Ut 28 r 13. f 1000.
N buying sIiocb DON'T get plucked. If you buy a ?3.fi0 or
$1,00 fhoo at a Moro horo $(i to fS flliocs aru uolil you do
gel plucked nearly every tlmo. : : :
Batlsfactory nlioca for Wlntur shoes that pleaeo tho
people hIioob In which tho filrnpo will hold won't
"ojiiaBh" out, or cng in tho shank, or got shabby-looking
in a llttlo while. ::::::: : : :
Bhoos that hold out brcaueo thoy'ro rightly tiuilt not a skimp any
whoro, InBldo or out 'I'll AT'B tho Wnlk-Otfor Hhoo . : : j
Must bo right or wrong no middle ground or wo
couldn't everlnHtiugly preach .Money-Back Bhoos good
wear or anew pair. : : ' : j :
Why pay $5 and 0 for let-woll-onongh-alono shoes
Tom. Dick and Harry makes that have been folntod on a
S long suffering public with senrceiy u
Jj nor in slinpe f or tho lust ton years .
U II Merchant and vrf to 11 M Tuitl
w2 of lota 31 32. 93 34 35 30 30 38 39 am
40 blk 80 Railroad1 add Manhflold 1300.'
AbUrt B Young and wf to Annto M
Tucker sw4 of nwt nO n2o( nwi sotol
nwlnfltaOr ll,ll0 ocroa 3S0.
J 0 Roberta to rlfe luts U and 1 MU 31
RrowiiH add Mvrtlu Point fi!0O.
Lydll E Woodward ttntl h to Jacob V
ThoaiBrii, lot 8 and K It off n side of lot
7, blk 1 1 Bouih Mnr nil Hold. 000.
Robort E Hhlno to A 11 Halo lot 1 a (
t 26 r 13, 41 oH-ltXittorcBtlOOO.
L J Blmpsoii and il to Jamra Rand
JobniuiRh RubertBon lota 12 3 4 and B
blk 27 lutrl 2 .1 1 23 and 20 blk 16 lots M
''12 mid 111 blk It loin 11 12 nnd M blk 2Q
ot 25 blk 27 Yarrow. Q.
Robert E Hlilno to Ono W Logglo Ui
hit In lot 1 1 n 1 lot 0 and 7 a 1 1 lota 3 ft
and 0, sul oftnvl a 12 I I'.O r It, 172 47100
acres, 005 ttl.
Isaiah Hackor and wf and Fanny K
Dyor to Frederick A Krlba Iota 1 10 11
It and 15 a lit 31 r 12, 107 32' 100 acrei
R D Baufnrd and wf to Mary J Pond
leton w2 of lota 7 8 0 10 11 and 12, blk 41
I Elliott's add Uciulllo City f 125.
G W Courtwrght to B J Culrar awl of
nwt of nw4 n 32 t 28 r It, 10 aorea JW.
Edward Ohman and wf John F Hall
and wf to J M Adams, lot D blk 10,
Dunham's add liiuulon. 270.
Wilborta iloyd nml wl to J M Adams
lot 4 blk 20 Dunham's add Bandoii. 1300.
L II Ghrlitona to William Johnson, lots
1 and 2, blk 3 north add Coijulllo City
-Honry Eongstackon and wf R W Gotty
and wf and Otto C'chottcr to Clm's II
4 Kchottor it add Marshfiold
This la easier said than done, yet it
may bo of sonic help to conMilnr tho
matter. Ifthocaunols something over
which you hnvo no control It is obvious
that worrying will not help tho matter
iuthuUatt. On tho other hand, If
within your control you hnvo only to
act, W hen you hnvo a cold nnd fear an
attack of pnuumonln, buy bottloof
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and uso
it judiciously aud nil cntuo for worry aa
to tho outcome will quickly disappear.
Thero Is no danger of pneumonia when
It Is used. For sale by John Preuss.
oni uirlur Ctiuton:
It ,wnn n common vtiitoin with our
forufnthem to wvar tho gurtfni of-a
prutty maiden either on the hat or
knot. Hnyn tho Nw York I'mu. Ilrtdwi
usually woro on their legv i host of
Kny rll)OiiH. to I mi dbitrlhutetl after thu
luarringu cortinony niuinig tho brlde-p-oom'u
Intlmnto frlcntl.M. Tho piper at
tho wedding tlutico nvvr fiillfsl to tlu
u piece of tliu lirldc'H garter nround tho
irteut of lilu hiiKpIlM-'. Tho Iximtuird
count rj' b'lrlu utn-d to wuir uViggcra In
chnngo in quality $3 y nd 09
never leu '