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BOOM IN THE IDOL TRADE
American Makora Forging Ahead
,, , . In Tho Dolty
Manufacturers Iti llio Christian City
of 1'liladclphla rnnku Idols and ship
tin-in to Aula, Tim trnfllu Jinn liorrlllntl
many who thought Him won (lie only
objtctloiiablo artlclo nlilppnl to tlio
hoathun from Uili country. For yfara
Knulnntl nml Germany have been
monopotUloK tho fllrado In UuiIiIIirh,
Kilthna, Slrat, OauMlicaiiuilJiimJiiini.
Thin wo because they happened to hu
on tlm ttroiiml llmt. Tlio idol ivhlcli
tliy turriml out Miro, as n matter of
fuel, both flxpermlvo nml Incllhlcnt.
Tlio American manufacturer liat now
tuccrodud InbrlnxliiK tho trntlu wlioro It
really UloiiRr. Ilia biiccom vraa In
evitable Ills Moll mo cl.eapcr do
morn work, ami list lonnor. The heath
en who liai once uird an American idol
with mW-clomnK eyes and automatical!) -li:Klliilt
toe, mfoso to mo nny ollior.
Ilk'kldt:, many a prior heathen who
could not nffml to buy nu expnnslvn
I'.inllih or (Jarman Idol, In ablo to
allow hltmelf tin) cheaper tAmrrlcan
article, Moli hnyo boon brought with
In tho reach of thu fiinnlliMt purso.
Within itfiiw yuan tho moit improper
Ished natlvool tha far Est will find,
tbanki'to the energy and Ingenuity of
tint American trader, that ho need not
dny hlmtelf tho iplrltual coniolallou
of hit rullnlon.
Of course, thuro mluht bo no mo Rood
reMou for complaint if tho idol manu
facturing: companies should bruin to
boom their trade by getting out adver
tisements In defeuro of Idoltry or by
InitrrctliiK their agents to hold Joint dn
batei with missionaries. "Worihip
Film Flam I A phylcolonlcal analyili
by (iovorrimnjt expert? iliuwi OH par
cent ol ilcltr I In-portible, collapsible
form, with n ciio I Whii opened out
the reverse way, craica In bo Film Flam
and hoc oui oi Jim JaiiiI Tho Rreat
dualltyl Two und at (ho iamb tlmol
A clear aavinir of M) pur cantl' thlt
kind n advertisement mluht bo objec
tionable. Aflor all, thoui.h, It in n mere -x-chanitn
of idols. 1 hoy Kt liuddhaa and
Krishna; wo nt iiollaia and conte.
TO BE RETIRED
Waihlnton, Maiuli a. Hear Admiral
Cronlushleld, commainliiii; tho Etwop
can atntlon, fen iiivrly chiuf ol thu Hur
can of Navigation, hui hhKuiI for rettru
moot. Iiwlll bo K'AHti'd. and ho wll
probably bo iticrvrdt'd on iho Knropvau
itatlon by Hear Admiral Cotton.
Crippicd by Sciatic
Specialist Failed to
br.Mlloa Antl-Paln PllU
' "After treating me for five weeki foriel
ntlc rlieumutlim, a St. Louli ipeclallit con
f eiicd that he could do nothlni; for ine and I
came home oj badly crippled as when I went
away. Shortly alter that 1 beqan to take
Dr. Milct' AnthPaln mil and lllood 1'urJ.
ficr. I commenced their uie at once, and In
leti than thirty day virtually a new
man. I carry the 1'aln Pllli with me alwayj.
and find them a never-faillns' cure for head
nche nr other paini."-J. K. HtLlKR, Thorop.
"No railroad man ihoutd attempt ' fo make
k trip without a few of Dr. Miles' Antl-1'alo
fills tn hit grip. For Indiceitlon, nervouj.
nets, ilccplesjnesi or any pain or irregular
Ity, they cannot he beat.''-Conductor U
C. Tkvinino, Wllmlnjjton, N. C
in . . 1.1- ...a trtdnmnifltlnn nf llin
ovaries, and for five years 1 suffered untold
i, iiii-.i A..it.iini7. I'll). IT IrU I waa cured.
hut always Keep them on hand, Jorlhey re
lieve ninny other mhes nno pains. NIU,
I'll 1 1.1 1' a. IJOAM., Qrccistu' c
, "Dr. Miles Anil -Pain MU are the best
lemedy for ciiPslrUncss on the market. On
nn excursion train recently I cave away a
.whole box of them to sufferers fiom car ck
new, and In every case they cave immediate
'relief. I always keep them in mypocket.
IU D. SANl'OKt), Pipestone, Minn. '
1 All clri-ccbts sell und cuarautee first hot
tie Dr. Miles' Remedies. Send for free book
'on Nervous and Henit Diseases. Address
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Llkharl, Ind.
FOI A COFFEE CLUf3
Movemonnl to Provide a Tomper-
ttneo Resort for Men Young
YcRtnrday thuru war mooting at
tho Illanro hotel of thooe Interoitcd
In promoting tho wellfnreol tho rlrlriK
Kfliioratlon of young, mon of Marsbflcld
in tho way of providing eomo place to go
to ipond lliolr Icaiuro time.
W. A, C'rano tlm Drummor Tornpnr
anco Kvanunllit, who It In town, li mnkr
Ing an effort to orRanlxo n Coffeo Club
for tho beunllt of Marilifiold'a young
A temporary oruanization wag t-ffoct
oil 0. F. McKniuht proildcnt; John
Merchant, Hocrotaryj Ohai. Mtatiff,
Othor builnesi of tho temporary or
garjlxallon wai done, when nn rdjourn
ment wai taken tilt Monday, .March 0i,
when It In expected that a permanent
nrnatilzatlon will l)e reached, In tho
mean tlmo arrauuemnti will be mado,
in ylew to furtlioring tho wullfara of tho
Tho object of a club of thli kind ii to
provide a plscu for mon to go in thu
evening or at any tlmo. Tho club will
bo open from H it, m. until II p. m.
Oamei inch ai Checker, Chcir, I'ing
Pong, Tablo Croquet and other gamui
will bo furnished. All klndn of read
Ine matter will ho koot up to date. Tho
plnro will be fitted up hornollke and
mvn will bo nlcoiin at all tirru'i. The
walls will bo decoiated with pictures
and a homelike placo will bo kept up.
Coffco and doughnut and plo like
mother urcd to maka will be lor rate
Tho rccelpti of tho club will bo uicd for
tho betterment of the club.
This counter attraction to tho saloon
is ono of tho leading fcaturui of Mr.
Cranu'i lornpe ranco work.
Thono In Marrdifleld ho beilove in
thl sort of temporatico work will bnvn
an opportunity to eubecrlbo to the cauio
and will be rolicitcd in duu tlmo,
' a 'Foreign PRb'bucf." ""
Amrrlcn linn .Vol Yrl Developed tti
Uneconomical nnd extrnvnunnt nn wo
nrr, wo hnvo not yet developed tho
"pi'rfoct apendlhrift" ns ho la to bo
found on the other aide of tho Atlantic.
It kcpiiia nt tlmcH an If lip must lie n
product of uti oldvr, n moro "effete"
civilization. Tho iiinn, eltlivr yottni; or
old, who ruiia throuj,'li n lurRo fortuno
julcUly l n rnrlty with w. IIIj;h na our
ntandiird of llvlni; nnd of tho ordlnnry
oxpciiMo of II visit; In, our tUnudnrd of
whnt mlKht bo called prollU'iitu I'Xtrnv
nr;nnco In by no inennn ao IiIrIi. Of
cotirno protty Inrgo aumn nro wnated In
vnrloun forma of dlnnlpatlon boru nn
clHiMvhorc. Hut that In not thu point
To tnko thn tdnglo Item of Kaiubllni;,
how often do wo hour of a mnn'a belnj;
ruined by It hero7 No doubt we henr
Htoncri or tromciKtous huiuh iohc mid
won, but nuch nuuiH do not neoin cither
"to mnko or to break" anybody. For
men whoso Incomes nro reckoned by
tho hundred of thounandH or millions
to piny hundred dollar poker la no
Krent reelileinitess. Hut how 'often do
wo nee young men of the nmnll nalnrled
Hort punting $1,000 or $2,000 nt a tlmo
nt bneenrnt, nu you cun nny dny In
Franco? Wo have not tho Instinct to
nuvo and ncrapo for cloven months in
tho year nnd their auoll out all our
ttuvlngH In a fortnight
J.buco met In Franco a young man of
old.nrovlnclnl family. Legitimist to tho
'backbone, proud nnd vory poor. lie
wnu about twenty-ono, modont, thor
oughly "correct," na good, Innocent a
young fellow as ono would caro to
moot, tho sort of young man who seems
to liuvo been overlooked nnd loft out In
tho cold by French fiction, though by
no menus n Krent rnrlty In French real
me. i Happened to ask htm ono day If
ho over pluycd cards. Ho mild no, ho
did not euro for that sort of thing, und
besides his moans would not permit It
"I novor'go luto a gambling saloon,"
snld ho, "or Into tho cardroom of n
club. Sometimes I may Join In a little
gatno of polter among friends Just, to
pass the time, but only a very sinnll
Kttme, never moro than a louis limit."
A louls limit! I wonder what clubman
(out of tho mllllonalro class) in Now
York, Hoston, IMithululphla or any of
our Inrgor oimtorn cities would call
four dollar pbkor n "vory omaU" gamo!
FLOWER AND TREE.
Towdorcrt sulphur, applied .dally Is
good rcuiudv for mlhlow on rniehui
I'lnnbi tour bo grown in compnrntlrt
ly imrtll pptu by npplyjug a weak solu
tion of utinno.
Oregon la snld to have a white nun
flower which crown wild In nomo local
ities In tho valloya of the Uluo moun
tains. Cross la tho quickest growing of
plants. Under perfect conditions It will
flower nnd need within eight dnyn of
A northern aspect for the orchard
(rives a cpldor mid later soil and re
tard tho blossoming until n Inter pe
riod, thus lesionliig tlio danger from
spring frosts. '
If for no othor reason than Its hnblt
of Into blooming, tho salvlu deserves a
plnco In every gurdon. Nothing can bo
moro splendid tlinn a woll grown bed
of salvia In early autumn.
Tho finest hotiso plants grow whero
tho tcmpcrriUiro does not got nbovo 70
degrees nor lower tlinn 00 degrees.
Hut most of us would think wo were
freezing to death In rooms of 'tho bent
temperaturo for plants, 05 degrees.
-. UarAly ProbabU.
She Promise me, Reginald, that oven
If your love should grow cold you will
never beat me!
An UtTeetlvr "AtlncUmeot."
Attaching a inan'ii property for debt
s sunnoned to De a leeni process, out
in Incident which occurred yenrs ago ltty
tho city of Natchez, ns related by Davy
Crockett In hla "hire and Adventures,"
shows that thero arc other "attach
ments" which sometimes accomplish
a beneficent purpose.
An odd affair occurred when I was
last at Natchez, says Mr. Crockett A
steamboat stopped at the landing, and
ono of the crow went ashore to pur
rlinm nrovlalonn. He wont into a sn
loon on the way, nnd tho ndrolt I
motes contrived to rob hlin of all his
money. Tho captain of the boat, ti de- i
tcrmlned fellow, went nshoro In tlio
hope of persuading them to refund, but
Without further ceremony, tho cap
Uiln. nsslstod by hla crew and pniwMi
pers, some 30O or -100 In number, mado
fast nn lmmcntic cable to tho frame
building where the theft had been com
mitted. Then he allowed fifteen min
utes for tho money to be forthcoming,
vowing that If It wero not produced
within thnt time ho would put steam
to his boat nnd drag the hotiso 'Into tho
The thieves knew thnt ho would keep
his word, and tho money was promptly
A Clovclnnd man was run over and
badly Injured tho other day by two car
riages In n wedding procession. As a
rule weddings result disastrously to nov
ouo besides the perilous mnrrled.
A Kokomo (I nd.) woman has had her
ltusbuud arrested because ho blackened i
her eyes when she refused to pray.
Hero Is musculur Christianity for you
with a vengeance.
As nn answer to Governor reiuiy
packer's Inaugural address Mr. Cur
uegto has Just given $5,000,000 moro
for scientific research by Scotchmen.
President Cnstro will doubtless ex
pect Germany to pay for tho brokcu
gluiw wlien tho tlual settlement la
llo Stood Corrected. i
"I aentonced tho prisoner to bo
lynched," BCld the Ulllvlllo Justice.
"Hut you can't do thut, your 'honor,"
objected tho lawyer for the defense.
'Como to think of It." said the Jus -
nT .... .., ,.ii. - ,.. iiniiirv in
ce. 'you nro ilg lit, fer my ball ff in-
irms mo they nln't three ynnls o rope
lu town." Atlanta Constitution,
Aa 9omd Oihcra Do,
"They nay," aald Wlllle'B mother ns
they wero watching the "armless won
der" wind his watch, write his imino
and do othcut remarkable things' 'with
hla toes, "that ho can piny tho piano,
but I don't see how."
"That's easy, nuimmn," replied Wil
lie. "Ho, can play by ear." Youth's
"What do you think Is tho most ex
traordinary Invention of the ago?"
"Tho phonograph," answered M,r
Meektou proniptly? "tho way that mn
chine Btttuda and talks barj toHen
rletta -positively W(ta,U.es.. tuy breath
' - -MURDERER
Cdptjired the Jail but
Not 'the Man
Baker City Mob
Uoker City, March 3 Two hundred
armed men attempted to lynch 1'leg
Armstrong for tho murder of Minnie
Entmlnser lost December, They enr-
rousuled tle-Jill and eearched it, only
tond lliat the sheriff had spirited the
priionor away.' Tho leaders of tho mob
will be indicted.
R. H. Walter, D, D. S.
DKNTALBURGKON AND MEGHAN-
Offico NaMiuri; llldg. A. St., I'hone. 20
MAltfiHFlELD. : : OREGON.
E. E. Straw, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
bpecial nttcntion to dbeapon of the Eyo
Enr, Noso und Throat. Glasses fitted,
pfiicc in Sengstacken & Smith
A. G. Gross, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
ODIre. Naobnrg Ilulldlng. I'hone 423
MARSHFIEI.. : : OREGON
W. U. Douglas,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND U. S.
Front street. MarslifieM, Orccon.
S.A. D. Eaton,
Will prsctico in all court.
EMPIRE CITY OREGON
J. W. Bennett,
ATTORNEY ANii COUNSELOR AT
John F. Hall,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Eldorado block, Front street
Ii. St.,, MARSHFIELD, ORE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office in the Beuue4 & Walter
Dibble & Williams
COOS BAY REAL ESTATE
I am hero advertisinc buvlng and
(jelling real cjtate. I will try it you list
your property with
Room 8, Bennett & Walter Building
Kaufman & Wegner,
' Oflko oyer Golden'e Drugstore.
1 rwrl ral Wa Ic liinaUe raid J tv. tiler.
i All kinds of watches and clocks cleaned
, rtlmire(, on ll0rt not,CP.
A)1 wor(. KUftrnntcl.d 12 luonlhe.
RED CROSS DRUG STORE
Manhtlold, ; : : Oropon
CliAS.' fiRISSEN MUSIC CO.
SECOND HAND UPRIGHT
Both In Good Condition
Take Your Choice At
" '" ' ' ' ' " '
? I 0, 0. F Bldjr, Marshfield.
STATEAND GENlR Al WM-J
Grants Puis citizens are tolmvoan ex
hibit at the Portland Bureau Informa
tion, Tho boJy of James XL Shelton km
Ion id on tho UnLr tf0Hlorr creek,
near Hcppocr Oregon, fie was (aeane
and was naked and.- dkd from tfzposuro,
There is now id t&er treasury t!7,&l to
tho credit cf every 0RO Indian and
Uncle Bam will keep this moryy until
it is callon for.
Tho Woodmen of the World will hold
t Carnival at DalUi, Polk county.
Ex-Govornor Geer will go to Mlteour!
to represent the Lew is & Clark .Exposi
tion. Farmers in tho Willamette valley are
taking advantage of (he fine Spring
weather putting in rpring grain,
A petition was circulated at Albany
lait week asking for tho hanging of
Judge Barton. Tho petition was signed
by over 30 sittnere before tho hoax was
The Albany Democrat bos this to say
of ono kind of a knocker, which wo are
glad to announce Manhfleld in without.
It eays: The real estate man who runs
down properly not on his liuor tries o
break up a is!h because be Isn't making
ttis a detriment to a city. That Is a good
way to ruin a town. If Albany wants
to grow, the real entato men ehonld get
together and do business in an honora
ble way. relying on their ccmmiieion
and not on traits mado by Increasing
tho prices, and keeping people here
oven ii tome one else makes the calo.
Accoiding to an item going the rounds
ot the papers tho Willamette valley is
to have a base ball leagne this year
embracing Salem, Albany, Eugene, Mc
Mlnnville, Woodburn, Hilleboro and
Fritz Adolpton was awarded (1000 in
tho United States district court Saturday
cgairst tbo Gorman chip Mathrhom.
He libatoJ the vctael for $5000 for cruel
ty on tho high teas. This is the first
csta einco 1868 in which such a decision
has been rendered on thu Pacific Coast.
The new Masonic Temple at Grants
Pass is nearly completed. It is a three
etory building, tho upper floor will be
Hilisboro. city council has ordered
j plauking for three principal streets and
aUo about 5 miles of sidewalk.
Tho grand jury fouLd truo bills
njainet Ex-sheriff Fred Huntington
and his deputy C. H. Whitney for im
biczleu.ent of (10,824 82 'of Baker
count) 'a money.
A Michigan man ii about to purchase
about 53,000 acros of Lane county tim
ber, on Mosby creek.
Senator Fulton has appointed bis
nephew Char. W. Haldcrman as his
private secretary. ,
Roceburg is to hive a Couvent. Onc
haU block of ground has been donated
for that purpose Father Doyle has
tho project in hand.
Gulseppe Caatronuovo, slayer of G.
Guglielmo, was sentenced to Vi years in
the peultenttary Saturday morning by
Circuit Judgo Clelaud. The court also
aseetecd a Una of one dollar. Twenty
days was allowed by tbo court, on re
quest of Murphy and Watts, counsel for
thn defendant, in which to perfect au
appeal. Caetronuovo stillcttoed Guglie
lmo in the Sunnyslde Saloon at an early
hour last Christmas morning. He en
tered fho enlcon aud waaeoon involved
inafquabblo with Guglielmo, who wob
Ely's Crc'am Balm
V.itj an J oloMunt to
uie. ConUfns uo lu
ltitlous iUiik. . . ,
It U qolcUly nbiotbed.
"$ COLD ".HEAD
noili nj I'mtocU tho Mcmbruno. II n tore 8 tbs
Bcme ot TMte and Smell. Lorpe 8i, SO cents at
Prue?Icti or lir mil Trial RlzclO ceiiia bj null.
KLY lUlOTUBltB, 84 Warrca Btrt.t, Ntir York.
Makes rswnlar'tirlps betwenn 8nn Finn-
clScoand Portland via IlnmbohU
and Coos Bay, culling At
abovo porta each
The ALLIANCE is a first-class passen
ger boat, and 1ms all tho mod
ern conveniences, and Is ono
of tbo fastest ntcamora
of her data
For freight and passenger ratos or sail
ing dates, apply to
C.H. MERCHANT, Agi
MARSHFIELD, :; : "OREGON
jr. O. yjSLOX, Urasta .
Will .llHkc IXccuInr Trij
M8SENGER3 AND FREIGHt
- LOWEST RATES.
Oregon Coal A Navigation Co ,
F.8.DOW, Agent. Marsh fluid, Oiegon
S.O. CO. Agent, Empire City, Onto'ii
c. ii. Merchant seqm
Is constantly adding to i n
stocic of Qnnernl Merchun-
.. . ,;
dise, already tho largest iit
Marshfield. When yon buy
at tho Mill Storo you know
the goods nro first clues nml
the pneo is all rig'it .
A.11 kinds of lumber and
feed and sup-..
plies i , ,
at wholesale and retail.
Goos Bay Wholesale M
CHOICE WINES AND
ii i u in
LEADING .BRANDS OF BOTTLED BEER
Family orders for Pops, pinta nu(
quarts, delivered by the case.
PATENT WRITING RING
Tho most important iiiprovuiiiwit.i
the ago in the urt ol punuiiuitlilp umk
the poorest writer a tplendid phihuhii m
a lew wecka by tho usool ttiih, lin.
Endorsed by pronilimiu Onllfuu l'tfi.
dents and Uoaulu o( Educaiion in Ku
ropo aud America. Sample ilozin r
aorted sires sent post paid (or fLOU, n-
gltxamplo 2-c. Wheuoriletluu a Mhila
rins, etate whether lor innu, woman or
PENN MFG. SUPPLY CO.
No. U0. Fourth St, PhiladcfpIiiW