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rom Sunday's Dally.
lido Hayra was In town from
About a icoro ot Negro coal miners
arrived on Vlto Alllsnc.
F. 1L Taylor, f Falrvlew( was in
town on bninoa yesterday.
Senator T. M. Dinunlik, returned on
tho Alliance (rem hla labors at Salem.
T. V. Clark, tho woolen uilll min,
returned (rom Portlana'on tho Alliance.
Frank Ilsgue goes -to San Francisco
on the Alliance ou a trip for health and
The Alliance will anil at 2 p. m. today
and tho Areata At 0 a. m. tomorrow,
. Leo Neeley ot the horth fork o( tho
Coquille xraa in town yesterday on
Throo iteamera arrircJ ye terday, the
llomer and Areata from S.in Francisco,
and the Alliance from Portland.
,. II. R. Davie, who has been employed
A clerk in Wm. Nasburg'e ito c, haa
rclinqniehed his position.
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Ruity Miko'fl Diary. March 1, 1003
,Thjs adv t.hat paya ia the one that tells
what tho customer wants to know.
i Wm, Bonebrake, who lately bought
jtho Stfjinbuck farm on Catching alongb,
ha moved with hia family to the place,
,i A small locomotivo came on the
,AUiance (or E. Johnson, to be used in
a logging camp on tho lower Coquille.
i John Rhcades, late of Coquille City,
it in town on hla way to, Colorado, )
u t .i .u i ' . i i
.where ho goes for the benefit ol hia,
W. A. Crane, tha Gospel Temperance!
leotnrer, will occupy the pulpit at the
Methodist church tonignt. lie fa well '
Mr, and Mrs. Jerrett, of Empire
spent tho day in town visiting with
.friends before leaving for California on
p. ploaturo trip.
L. II. Ueisn9r moved yesterday from
tho building where tbey have been con
ducting a boarding house, to ono of Mra
Tower'a houses on Fourth Street,
Const! nation ia noOiinrr more i
I than a clocolnc? of the bowels '
' lit. "M. ",, .. . .
iiimiiULmni7ieiiLn.an vital biql'-
nation or death If not relieved.
If every constipated sufferer
conld realize that he is allowing
poisonous filth to remain in bis
system, ho would soon net relief.
Constipation invites all kind of
contagion. Headaches, bilious
ness, colds and many other ail
ment disappear when consti
pated bowels arc relieved. Thed
ford's Black-Draught thoroughly
cleans out the bowels in an easy
and natural manner without tho
purging of calomel or other vio
Bo sura that you get the origi
nal ineaxoras ulaclc-UrauHht,
ruado bv Tho Chattajioorra irH.
cinoCo. JSold by all druggista in
(i cent ana ci. W pacKagos.
n'fcoVtraa. Ark., M 85, loot.
I canot recommend TheJford'i UImx-
Drtaglit too Mfblx. I kp It In bit hooM
all the tint and hat nitd It for U lt
Wa jsyri. I sertr jt bv cklldren
aar oUter Urttlrs. I Uilnk I coalil
Bsrsr be able to work nlUiost It
.'MMHpUoa. Your nidletae U ,
i nt Bccvsni si oiirir irouuied n ISb
au iaai ips me np. '
C. U. MiViDMVn
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F. S. Dow returned on tho Areata,
after n rtiert visit to San Diego, and ac
companied byils family who havo bvon
ilmhnc JoVeral months in that vi
cinity. Miss Hird Short, waa a passenger na
the Honvtr from San Francitco, where
flip has been nndor medical treatment,
with rcauita not aa bennOcial aa could be
A.S. Dibblo of Dibble William,
returned on tha Alliance from Spokane,
bringing hid family with him. They
will conduct a boarding hono in the
building just vacated by L. 11. Heianer.
Win. Lickstrom of MarJhfleld, and
and John Jonnson, ot Ferndalo, woro
the aucceiaful biddor for the construe
tion of tho new building which Robt.
Martden ia about to erect In North
Landlord Snyder ia making imp ove
menta at tho Central hotel bv putting
larger windowa in tbedinnlug room, and
will open op a restaurant, day and
night, where meals can be obtained on
the European plan.
E. O'Conncll'a driving hone broke
loof o from in front ot tho atore
yesterday and ran up Front strjot, and
on out through South Marshfljld, com-
ing to a stop near tho end of II street.
Fortunately ueitner hone nor 1
was materially damagod.
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F.CKaylor, late of Spok.ine, arrived
on the Alliance to take a position on the
tnmn nt tli Cn t m f . , t Mr L'avlnr
ts an ail rounu priuter ana newspaper)
man, and with his aesistanco we propose
to make improvements in tho sorvito,
both aa cerds r-dvcrtislng and job
work. Wo bespeak for him a kindly
.....ro .1 u,h u au.o Buol
Mary?" asked a Oreenpolnt man of
iit'i. i. .i... j i a.. .i.-.i i
hia wife, aa he entered the hooso, after
search for tho implement. "I'll bo
d d f I know dear, she sweetlr ro-,
plipd, and the lesson went homo with
snch a distinct thud that he raised his
right hand on tho spot and took an oath
that he would never again polluto his
lipa with such a prolane word in her
Moves to Coos Say
A. B. Dibble and family left today w 8 MJort c w iftterton, II O Breed
over the O. R. N. . for Coos Bay, en ,nd wifC R j IlByDei( Misa Wei:.
Oregon, where they will make their 8ttrteDt Wrn RiciJBrd8 and wife, Frank
futuro home. Mr. Dibble haa been n Cor F j shielde, J F Gallagher, T
resident of Spokane for 14 yeare, and is Mitzroorrie, II C Nelson.
well known aa an enterprising real I
estate dcaler.-Spokano Dally ChronI- jSTATE TREASURER'S SEVEtSTII
Work on the Belt Line
D. W. Small ia grading on the belt
line at the first cut this eldo of Pony
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slough. The ground there is sandy nnd
works fairly well, while farther up on
u it j. i .hi . .. ii i
the line It is still too wot, especially In
the clay cuts. With the advent of
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goou weamer anu uie increasmR power
of the Etm, the ground will soon be in
condition for the prosecution of the
work to better advantage.
Geo. Bealo bos left at this offlo n
couple of apples from the ranch of F.
R. Taylor, on the north fork of the Co-1
quille. They belong to tho King of tho
World variety, and aro largo and hand
some, and of excellent eating Qualities.
They measure 13 incheain circumfer
ence, and aro yellow on ono side nnd red
ou tho other,
Mr. Taylor devotee considerable atten
tion to hie trees and bringa eorae fine
apples to the market.
List of unclaimed lottora remaining in
the Marahfleld Oregon Post Dfllce
March 1st, 1003. Poreons calling for
tho same will please say advertised.
Mies Ester Anderson, Alfred Ander
son,,. Wm Bailey, J Barnott, Wlllio
Oripns..TomosdCrinmB. E P Uarter. C
j W Obaee, II W Olty, FrncIsco;Clmbolfl,i
Antonla Clmbols, D R Oalc, Mra Llxslo
Dlmmick, Antonii Doloranil, Veter K
Qalton, H 1C liauna, Chsa Holland, Mm
G M llolgate, Hilma Larson, Mr
Laoril. Miia Lola I.ovoll, John T
Luckoy, Resarlo Maneho, J II Mayrllo,
DomnloMayiuno, l Meglnuo, N Iter
nard Millabury, Mary Nyiuan, llermaun
Nlssandt, Chaa Richardson, (ilmder,
Koyetad, Miss Lectin Cope, Uupt -T II
Sander, D F Sullivan Uhaa Waltyr, A
W. B. CuRna. P. M.
Travel by Sea
Arrluilsby the Alliance Fob L'S: R
Vogal, H Vogai, A S Dibble, Mra A S
Dibble, Mrs K M Pipa. Sidney Dibble,
Karl Dibble, J L Pickering, W II Stauff,
A L Dieter, T J MeNumeo, H K Red
tlold, M Smith, J A Uartell, M C Cory
ell, Mrs J W Hall. J W Hall, I) W Hall-
Peter Derhaua, J E Hllery, EdnaAlford,
C F llarthnloma, Mies Lillio Dean, Mica
A Marccror, J Cox Jano Cox, Arthur
Joi.nnou, Jacob Small, Chaa St Clair,
Chaa Haywood, P Sfharvtirs, L It
Burns, F. C, Taylor. S J Parr, Fred
Abel, Jas Hcanlan, J A Miller, P 11
Stratton, QueenioStratton, F. J. Clark,
C E Schroeder, II W Bullard. J 11 Bald
wed, G. W Abe, Win Sandora, A Male,
G II Johnson, P King, It W Hnrdeu
brook, T M Dlmmick, It W Dlmmick,
Bert Dlmmick, T W Clark, E H Pane,
John Grills, Geo E Pike, M Wallace, C
WHayer. Henry Harris, Mra II Harris.
Ed Simpson, J A Dobomell, Jefferson
n..t.-. ii. til..- v n.. .. tt I
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I Tho following porsona had eccured
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ticket for tho outgoing Alliance up. to
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7:30 o clock laat evening; Andrew
. . , ,, . , . .. ,
Stambuck wife and four children, Ber-
,, n, PIM, . , ... . ,
tha Pieice, C II Merchant, m Haguist,
.,.,, .. ,, , ... ,
Pat Mchally, F Dolton, Chaa L Beuvier,
:B j DiVenport( Tho, Dovoraux, J A
'Davenport, Miss L Sliugsby, Miss j)'
6earft j., q. m EM(.
Dowell and chndi w F Dennegan, Frank
Hague, Noiia Jensen, Ben Samuels, M
rti, a cnu p n n,..
Colline, S Sulik. F II Owens
The following oersons boucht tickets.
for tho Sooth-bound Alliance, In addi -
tion to the list given in Sunday's paper
John Angus, Masilllot, and wlfo, (t
W Goodman, C A Magna II in tho
Departures by Areata Mar. 1 II II
McPherton, Mia II McPherson, J Web
ster, M S Enoe, J La Ruo, W II Marrill,
Treasury Department, State of Oregon
Salem, Fobruary 2o, 1003.
Notice Is hereby eiven that there aro
funds in the Treasury with which to re-
deem all outstanding State warrant-;
drawn 0n the State Scalp Bounty and
Bounty Funds, endorsed "Presented and
nt P1" loT want ' Funda, prior to
this date. All tuch warrants, if proper
ly endorsed, will be paid upon present-
ation at this ofiice, interest theresn
cvatDg fr0ni and after this date.
Cjias. S. Moone,
For a Coffee Club
Tho Womans Club mot yestorday
afternoon at; tio homo of Mrs. Bear.
The topic was Biography of Lowoll and
Mr. Crane, Gospel Temperonco worker,
1 gavean Instructive talk on establishing
a Coffee Club, and it was decided to
meet Monday at 2:30 p. m. at tho Ulan-
fco parlors. Every ono interested in
thla work is cordially invited, business
men especially. (
From Tueaday'e Dally.
Wm. Lawhorn, of Sumner, was in
Bert Foleom, of Pleasant Hill on tho
Coquille is in town on buuinees.
AseeuoriT J, Thrift and Ex-Assessbr
Lawjence came oyer on yesterday's
Uktnrcn lllto of Coiulllo City came
over yesterday to fpctid a few da) a on
Frank Bunch's Acadttuy at (travel
Ford has closed for tho soannu, after n
anecoaaful run ol six nioutha.
Bill Nyo ia In town nn hla regular
trip for Murphy, Grant A Co, amino
:ompanlcd by hla wife.
John W, Krusa haa taken passage on
the llomer, tailing today lor Han Fran
clrco, wlioro ho will sock medical aid.
Rusty Mike's Diary, March .1, 1003.
After tho new huilnean man haa roloctoil
hit "motto" there's a lt.ll In advertlelng
until ho QnJa that people den't pa)
much attention to mottoes not even
Myrtle Point Enterprise Wo are In
formed that the railroad trottlo holnw
town, which waa washed out bv tho re
in'Uthlgh water, will bo rebuilt in the
mar future. The loai of train acrvicn
; has proved a great Inconvenience to our
merchants and nthera, and everyone is
anxious to see thu train running again.
Tho Gardiner Mill company of Oar
diner, Oro., will Imtull a S'earnx bind
mill and Chamberlain loit turner, In
rn-aslns tho capacity id thoif mill 23,000
or 30.000 feet dailr. Another nlaner haa
I. -iUil . ,. rnllInm.n, T,,
I . ,0 . 2o.c,.ooo foot
Coquille Bulletin B. F. Ross, of
Marshflcld paired through town Monday
to Myrtle Point, returning Wednesday .
He made sale ol tho cbnrch propel ty
at Myrtle Point belonging to tho U. B
church and the Dunkard church, to the
Church of Got, of Myrtle Point Mr,
Ross representing tho truitcea of the U.
Bandon Recorder A few days asjo an
Item appeared in ono of the Marehfleld
1ut,ora ""nnclnK the arrival ot Terry
McEwen in Bandon and crediting him
with the manascmuut ot ttio liall team
of this place, this summer. Last week
about the same item appeared in the
iMyrtln Point Enterprise, and now what
.the Racorder desires to learn is, what
became ol Terry, as ho has not beon
soon hero yet.
Chas. Stauff has bought out J. TV.
Kruso' interest in the Grocery busiurHs
of Kruee & Stauff, and is now sole pro
prietor. Woodmen Will Celebrate
Coos Bay Camp No. 100, Woodmen
of the World, will celebrate its eiuhth
anniversary on Saturday evening March
11th in I. O. O. F. hall. The entertain
ment will conaiat of a drama entitled
"Tatters: Tho Pet of Squatters' Gulch,"
enacted by home talent, and music,
gamea.dancing etc. and u banquet In tho
hall. Tho members of tho lodo and
those of their friends fortunate enough
to secure tickits are euro to havo a good
Mrs. Hereon Returns
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Horron returned
on tho Areata from San Frryudrro,
whither they had gono in starch of
modlcal aid for Mrs. Horron. Their
frionds will deeply rogrot to Ienrn that
Mrs. Horron'a case waa pronounced In
curabjo by the doctors and alio returned
without relief, although tho stood tho
trip very nicely.
She was at tho Lano hobpitnl fpr nine
days, where her case, hod th,o attention
of Do.Rixford, head sorgeon, and of
Dr. Carjntar, presidont of the Califor
nia State Medical Society, who was call-
ed ,ic consultation. Thuy decided that
nothing could be done for hor cure, so
shp expressed a dsaire to return home
(at once, Mr, liorron speaks In the
highest terms of tho kindness and at
tention of the nurses and attendants at
Por a Coffee Club
A mooting waa held at tho lllnnqo
ytalerday to dltuuse the ostabllrliinoi
of a Coffee Club In Marahfleld. This la
tiu lino uf wntk In which W, A. Crane,
tho tniuporAtu'o ovaiiKollat haa, met
rlth good success, and -that gentleman
la making a strong cfforUo found audi
an Institution In thla town.
The mooting adjournal over until
3 p. rn.,todoy, to give n chance to got
luoro of the hutlnesa men Interested In
the matter. There Is no doubt but
aiiolt an Institution la needed In Marsh
Hold, and, If properly conducted, would
he uf tho gri'ati'ut heiKllt.
Editor Riley a Benedict
(Port Orford Tribune)
Alter au abscneo of nearly tto montha,
the editor of tlili pper returned to Port
Orford by atenmr Areata last Thursday
after having traveled morn than 0000
mllor, over all kinds of country and
among all cl nrrea of people. Wearld
by the long Journey travol-etaluid but
happy I waa trmOy glad to once morn
tread on Oregon soil, breath tho pure
air ot dear old Curry and realise that,
nt last, I waa back in God's country;
home, among friends and VI ml ml.
Aa was announced last week tho
editor did not return aa hndrparled
alone. One ol the fair daughters of
the sunny South, whera wave the
Cypress and Jtho Scymore, has
consented to take np hur abode in
the land ol Oregon.
Wo hope this week to commence
housekeeping In the dwelling known as (
tho Sutton house, where our ft lends will
jtt slays welcome,
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.'rom Wednesday's Dally.
Tha Homer sailed for San Francitco
Jar. Cowen has bought the Craig
house In South MarsliflelJ, nnd moved
Into it yestorday.
Rusty Mik.i's Diary, March 4, 1003.
A sharp knife Is a dangerous thing so
is a snarp adv.
Tho Wesson Bros have bought of Jas.
Wall a donkey englnu for uto in their
logging camp on South slough.
John Priiess has ;put In a revolving
show tray in thu juwelry window of the
Red Cross drug storo, aid it looks quite
Mra. Wm. Vincamp, of Allegany,
came to town ycetctday for mcdlca
advice, having been in poor health for
sometime. She was accompalned by
hor son Will.
W. n. Noblo has bonght of A. E,
Seaman a lot on tho corner of D and
Third streets, adjoining his property.
The trade was mado by II. Sengitnckuu
and tho price paid was (330
An attompt on tho part of Dr. W. A.
Toye to communicate with tho dontal
depot in Portland yesterday dliulosod
the fact that the oHce had just been
gutted by a fire, Tho offlco was in the
Dekum building, but It Is not llkoly
that tho ffre was a serious one, as our
dlspatchca do not mention it.
;ihmihi iii-k-;iimiiimuii ii ii n ii 1 1 1 nin nu-n
A cough that Is left to euro Itsolf la slowly ovorcomontbest, nnd thoro
is apt to be some weakness loft to mnko tho next cough como easier,
BENGBTAOKEN'S WHITE PINE EXPECTORANT,
is natura'a boat assistant. It ninkea tho euro easy, quick and thor
ough, It is perfectly harmless, and io equally goud for old nnd
young. It doesn't pay to trlfl? with coughs when you can buy a
remedy on these terms:
Monoy back if
. tho romody fnlln. '
PRICE t5 and 60 CENTS.
Sengstacken's Pharmacy Itt t MAhfield.
4 1 1 1 1 II H 1 1 111 I ortM 1 1 1 lrrH 1 1 1 Lrll I HHM 1 I'M :-.
II. r'cngMiU'kon ruld t' II, J, lllakii
yeHtcrdny a fraction iff tho Haskell
plnqi on thu Kant fork of North Coos
river, being tho icvldoiico apot of Robt
Hntkclt on the north ndo nl llio river,
Tluipilco paid was flV). 1 18, n.iynlt
pays to adverllaii In llin Coast Maui
when you have anything to sell.
Cfcar Factory for Narsliflcld
Fied Abll, late of Pnrtliiud, arrived
on the Alliance and will open up n uliar
luoiory In M.uhll..il.:
llu Iuih rented of I. A. Seaman thu
stand on U si reel formerly occupied by
thu rnttagu bakery, and lins his stock
stock on tho ay hero, Mr. Abell pro
poses to dovoto hi attention entirely to
tho wholesale trade, telling no cigars nt
retail. He ia on experienced rlgnr
maker, uud will undoubtedly make a
ancceaauf hla venture, as the dealer of
thu county idiould bu glad tu patronUu a
To Burn Oil '
The Wlll.iniottu Pulp and Paper
Company In Oregon City is going to In
stall oil burnlnu engines lor thei. factory.
Crude oil will bo shipped from Kan
Fra'tulrro in steel tank steamers; them
will anchoor bi'lou;i'orllnnd's city lim
its, uhorn tho liquid nill bo pumped
Into woolen b.irgns, and towed to Ore
gon City. The barges aro being con
structed, and will Ikj lluishe.l within n
short time. While thu u-rivor paper
mill makes use of thi Willamette's run
ning wnttr fur power to run moil uf its
l Ilfll'llllllift'. killl ril il.al nl iIaiiii
w. - - -- . ....-.
fOAor is also employed. Wood haa
been med for tho fuel heretofore, but
the compiuy has decided that crude oil
a butter mid cheaper.
Reliablt information hat boon re
ceive Hint tha action of Thomaa K Ryan
vs George Quiglby haa been suttlcd.
Thin was tin action brought to recover
thu poaiesssou of tho property formerly
ohihh! ty The California Lumber Com
pany, and now owned by Morris Ilronn
of Kan Francitco, Cal. Thu stipulation
for tho fliml retltument, sigmd by E. Ii.
Seabrnok, ni attorney for Plaintiff and
C. F McK night as attorimy fur Gm.
Quig!cy and his priucipMl, Morris
Brown, Is now on tile in thu Circuit
Court, for Cooa County, Oregon.
It is gratifying to learn tint this suit
has practically Imen solllid, thus mak
ing it possible for tl.e present Icrsce of
Porter mill to acqu'rn title to tho
property. This makes It almost certain
that this plant will run steady In tha
future, and it diipols 'nil doubt that
might havo lingered In tho minds of
some its to whether tho mill would be
It would nppcnr thnt koiiio of the big
gntulilliiK hotiHcH In Now Yoil: get
enough fivu inlvirtlslng out of nu occn
Hloiuil rnlil to fully offftct Hh Inconven
"And now," mild ttio lonoly ntcnogm
Plli1 i'''( .wiia kicking for a raUo, "I
will mnko tnyHolf plnln."
"Nnturo Hitvoil you tho trouble,"
Niuippeil tho cniHty old senior inombor.
WJicolliig Newu. tx t
Nnturo might euro your
cough wltliaut uid, but
you can't afford to