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Prom Qundny'o Dfllly.
Tim A renin lenvort rti
Jan. Mock, cf Buniiinr, hnn gone down
to (Im Allium to do rjomo diking (or II.
Mini Miiry Dixon, ol Myrtle J'olnt,
Ih spending n few (lava vlaltlng Irlomlii
Wcnly INnvlnml rdnrtii Monday for
Tuiiuiilu, Dotiglnn county but enyn ho la
coming bnck ngnlii,
bn scrvicoi nt fin
pnl tliln evening. Kuv. Horefnll
rorylccs nt Emplio In tlio inonilii(.
Rusty Mlko'n Diary, March I ft, WO'l
Dihhonoiit'ndvnrlliliig Ih tlio leprosy of
trudu il'd tlio other follow who does It,
Oitptnln Holland niudit 11 trip wlthn
gnrollno bout to South r lunch yetorday
with supplies for Wutsun Bros' rump.
Wjn. Mini, of Leu, camo over on Fri
day's triiln en routo for Snti Prnucaico,
w hero ho will inku a course in electrical
J. W. Bennett, John H. Colo dr.. E.
It. hVihrook nnd W. A. Toyo u tnrlcd
for North slough yoiturdny afternoon on
n hunting nnd tithing expedition,
K. W. Smith, who isomployod In J.is.
Cownn't lump 011 Hout It rlongh, ia in
town. Ho ronltmplntus moving hi)
fninlly down thuru for tho Hummer.
II. Hengntncken li nbout to erect n
ruMduiico in Furndnlu for Henry I.lngo
w10 In employed In clearing off 'Mr.
Hanpgiinckn,i lots in that part of tho
V. F, Hojin who recently bought tho
Hello place on !orth elougli in in )ioah
to meat bin brother .who la expected on
tho Alliance to join him In riinulng the
Citpt Itob Jones suspended dredging
operations in tho I'ortur boom yoiter
day, on account of threaten collnpso
of tho bulkhead behind which tho mud
ne bjllng stowed.
Mr. and Mrc M. I). Cutllp returned
Friday from tho CVqiillli-, where they
had been called by the death of Mm.
Cittllp's mother Mrs. S. K. Wilklns,
Mhlcli occurred nt Hulls Creek March
Mrs. Laura. S. Webb,
VlcPr'wMi'iit AVoiiwiu'm Doiikh
rrnllo 'iiIn it Norllicrn lhln.
"I dresded the change of life which
wa fAtt npproachlne. I noticed Wine
of Cardul, and decided to try a hot.
tie. I experienced tome relief the
lint month, 10 I kept on taking It for
three monthi and now I rnemtruate
with no ialn and I shall take It off and
on now entll I havcpMud the climax."
Fontulo wenknens, disordered
nieiiHC.i, fidlincr, of tho womb and
uvuriua Irouhlen do not wenr off.
They follow uwoutnu tothochniigo
of life. Do not wnit huttako Wiuu
of Curdul now nnd nvoid tho Irou
bio. Winoof Curthii novor ftilli
to betiellt 11 Hiiffcring woiimii of
nny ngo. Wino of Unrdui relieved
Mm, Webb when sho win in dun
iter. When you come to tho chiniKO
of life Mm. Wobb's letter will
mean moro to you than it docs
now. Hut you may now avoid tlio
BUlferlnir hIio endured. l)ni(glsti
null $l bottles of "Wino of Curdul.
D. Mcintosh lino rolttrnod front 1'roa
pnr, on tlio lowor ConnlHc," whoro lio
linn l)(;on siporlntoniKiig llio repairs on
tlio Bennett ilylto, A wldo gnp hnd
boon wnnlicd out, requiring n now dyku
llftuen rbdH long to oloso tlio opening,
Dcparlurmi by Iloinur for Ban Francis
co, Mnrohllt Mlrs E Hustings, 0 V
MmIoiiq, I) W Hull, llonu Hull, Mlna
Ilnll, J I) Welch, .1 M Welch, Leorn
Welch, Lllllu Wolch, W L M(it, I) J
I.oivo, B.Inneon, K J L IlartlB, wile nod
I. L, Wright, who linn heart employed
In tho Itcd Cronn Drug Moro, linn nc
roplod n porltlon nn cabin boy on tho
C'zarlrin, Ho makos tlio changu on , ac
count 0 his health which linn suffered
front llio clonu confinement, being ml
vlr.cd to do no by hlu phyrdclnn.
Roadway Completed i
N. (I, Oatrom linn flnlrhcd tho
of throwing up n roadway ncross tho
innHi on tho west fildo of Isthmus
eloiigh, to connect with the ferry nlCoos
City. Tho dj ko In twclvo feet wldo on
lop, thrown up n foot or moro nbovo
high wntor mr.rk, nnd in 490 foot long.
It docs not nxtond to tho bank cf tho
flottgh, hut piling has been driven to
mnko thu connection. ',. T. Blglin will
proceed with tho work of building tho
rlip ami connecting bridge work nnd tho
plnco will roeu bo ready for tlio tetab
lirlununt of tho ferry.
, Feeding a Million
Frank Hinllh, supprintendent of tho
C001 liver hatohory hits been spending a
few days in town. Ilo reports that ho
(s feeding comctltini! over a million
young rnlinon, which ore in fine condl-l
t 'it, fouio ol them boing over two inches
In length. They are fed on livor nnd
nlwnyn teem glad to sec meal link corno
Frank's experience in tho rcetaurnnt
husincBs now proves of vnluo to him,
when he lint to enter to tho wants ol
such n ttumbor of reyular boarders.
Mrs. Iv. It. Henbrook gnvo a birthday
party for Matter Dean Henbrook at their
residence on C, Htroet, Saturday after
noon, Tho houro was prettily decorcted
with violets. They served rufrcehmentn
and after that many games wero played.
Thois preiont were: MiH Kmma
Kilckcon, Violet Brickeon, Master
Dowey Stutsman, fiertrudo Kolts, Har
old KtuteEinan, Cinirtlcn I.ce, M.irthn
Kolts, Guy Stutsman, Joe Cowan, Fret a
Holms, Frnucla Golden, nnd Ned Sen
brook, Mrs. Small ami Mrs, J. II,
IColteii nutated in entertnlning. Knch
guest received n small souvenir in tho
shape of u teapot and n top,
MORE FUN AT RAILROAD WHARF
Small Army Called Out to
Thoro was eotno moro excltomcnt out
around tho railroad whaif yesterday
Thu iiiiv rchoonor Annlo Smnlo hnH
boon lying there In chargo of A. G,
Aiken nnd B. 0. Ilnll, who had been
deputized for that sorvico hy tho ehorlff
who nrrostod tho schoouor a fow days
nno on complaint of a number, of chip
enrponters who had claims against her.
Theeo clalmanta wero roprosontcd by
Attorney Douglas, Senbrook nnd Hall
Captain Colstrup had arrived from
tho city with tho purpocc of paying off
tho clniuiB against tho schooner, but a
disagreement Jaroso, it la now under
stood, over tho coeta which nccumulat
Tho otory gooa that Ciplr.'.n Colstrup
endeavored to convince Doputlea Aiken,
and Hall that they had no bttblnoas
nbonrd tho Echoonor, and whoa tltoy de
clined to accept IiIb view cf tho mntlcr
nnnounccd hie intontion of taking them
for 0 sen trip and charging them bontd.
"Word was Bf nt down town and roln
forcomonta woro hustled out in tho
sbapo ol flvo additional doputlcB Bhorlff,
(loorgo Horrou, John Horron, Hell Ire
land. Ulnkoloy nnd Frank Donning.
Sheriff (hlllor wm nleo notified, nnd
lioputy 15. M. Onlller otnrlod ovor on
Willi all thnno wnrllko prcimrntlono,
howovor, no hloodnhod carno nny whoro
nuir onaulng, Cnptnln Colntrup tub
ntiltodK .ccfully to tho inovilablo, and
nbout i.uon tho clnlinn wero ootllvd.
Dopuly Hheriff Gnlllcr nrrivtd nr.d ro
lentod tho vossol and tho wont on her
wny down tlio bay.
Tho 8nmlo In n vory hnndsorno yeneel
nnd In rnld to ho nn ntaunch and well
built hh eho Is prolty,
From Tucodny'n Dally. ,
(Jrnftlnjj wax for alu nt
Attorney C. F. McKnlght maden lilp
to tho county Boat ycetordny.
Mm. J. T. McCormno nnd daughter
woro patongirB to lljndon ycslerdpy
HtiBty Mlko'n Dlury, March 17, H03i
Ono nrgumnnt won't convince all the
people keep arguing.
Tho Flyer made a trip to Danlcla
creek yesterday with supplies for tho
Hlmptou logging camp.
Tho schooner San Ilucna Ventura will
flnitli loaiUug lumber today at tho Hay
City mill, bhe will then have on 2o0,
Tho Copper Queen took a had of
tied autl teed grain for tho Honuo river
farmern. part of which camo on tho
Thoro N consldernblo interest In the
special Leuton services nt tho l'rcsliy
tnrlan church which takes place each
ovening Ibis week.
I'ort Orford Tribuno. Somo sub
stantial repairs wero mado on tho wharf
last week. A numbor ol new piles
wero driven and other repairs made.
V. F. 7x?ovy, Portland manager of
tho Union Central Life Ins. Co, arrived
Saturday to spend a conplo of weeks on
thu Hay iu tho interests of his company,
Mrs. Gray nnd Mrs.CaptiilnCurnwall,
of Gardiner, woro greeting friends in
town yostorday, having come down on
tho tug, which etnjr.d ovor night in tho
(loorgonnd Annio Clinkenboard, who
have been attending tho Mnrshflcld high
Hchool moved Luck to their homo on
Daniels creek yesterday, to assist iu tho
Sprlncjwork ou tho form.
Myrtlo Point Enterprise About
thrco inchos of show fell at this place
Saturday night. Tho sun camo out
Sunday morning and tho covorlng of
white soon disappeared,
J. P. Wilson, tho Bolid farmer of Sum
mer, was in town yesterday making
proof of hii claim as an Indi.ut
Wtir veteran to his eharo ol the $100,000
appropriated by tho last loclelnture,
Ilov. and Mra. F. 15. Scoflold, who
arrived on tlio Allianco nftor an extend
ed visit to British Columbia, went up
Catching alough yoitorduy to stay ovor
night with their old friends Mr, and Mra,
II. N. Black.
Pandon Itecoidor. Considerable
chongo has taken placo in tho life sav
ing sorvico in tho station hero lately.
Slnco Fred Mohl rosignod, Fnbruary 1,
Lymnn Wolf, 8. H. Morris and W. A.
Uingamnn have n83lgnod.
If tho gontlemnn
for enlo In
these coiumiiB isn't a convert to tho the
ory flint tho Coast Mail la a good ad
vertising modium, ho will bo by tlio
timo wo got through Eouding people to
DoparturcB b'outh by Alliance March
17!Mrn Good, Mrfl 0 W Marlln, J M
tjyo nnd wife, I)r Wm M I.nwLr, ', A
Duffco, C B Uoyrld0, Jo Morgan, K
Hold in no, IC V Krueo, John Huckley,
wlfo and elx children,' A ISaetaid.
W. J'. Murphy received a largo ship
ment ol farming Implcmontw Monday,
consisting of moners, rakes, wagons,
buggicp, plown am! all kinds of tools for
the farm. Mr. Murphy anticipates n
henry trcdo in (ho implement lino this
cprlng nnd will bo prepared for the rush.
Tho law provider for tho regiilrnlion
:i voters only for general elections once
It two years and not for special eltctidns
Jiko this 'coming one noxt Juno. For
thin tho last registration Is still in force,
and thoie who havo since becorno legal
voters may exorciso that right upon tho
affidavit of six freo holdcrcj as provided
by registration blnnk "A."
Myrllo Point Bnlcrprlac Tho resi
dents of West Myrllo Point held a meet
frig Monday nhjht and deciddd tb con
struct a telepliono lino from town to
their neighborhood. Men nro at work
now getting out poles and it is cxpactcd
that the lino will bo completed within n
short time. Tho lino will extend aa far
as tho Mathcny place.
Tho old Heisner boarding houeo hat
been entirely overhauled nnd papered
and refitted hy Mr. A. 8. Dibble nnd is
now opened to tho public, Mr. Dibble
fully understands tho business and ex
pects to keep a flrst-clafs placo. Elec
tric lighti havo been put hi nil over the
house, making it a cojy convenient place
for 11 hotel.
Young People's Masquerade
Arrangements havo been mado for a
grand Young People's Mniquerndo, to
take placo In Marshllold on April 2oth,
The best of music will bo provided by
Stuufl'fl Orchestra, and tho steamer
illanco will muko n ispeclal run from
Empire. Specialties havo been arrang
ed for, and it will bo tho grandest affair
of the searon.
A Rough Trip Up
Tho steamer Allianco reports a stormy
trip from Coos Hay to Portland.
times tlio veml was tossed about like n
mere shell. Tho wlnd'wats blowing a
galo ami tho sea was running mountain
high high, bnt tho noble craft behaved
well. Captain Hardwick is a careful
man nnd tho passengers nro as safo at
tea with him in chargo as a human be
ing can make it poceiblo.
Coqulllc Ministers Organize
Tho mlnlilcra of Ccqulllo meet and
organized on association lest Monday
morning. Ilcv. II. C. Allen was elected
Pres, nnd Rov. Adolph llaberly Eecy.
Tho timo of evening eervico was chanzed
to 8 o'clock for tho summer months,
This cliaiuo goes into effect at onco In
nil tho churches. It was also decided to
hold n quarterly gospel temperance
mextitiu in co-operation witli tho W. 0.
T. II. ThIrt meetliiK will bo hold
at I he XI. B Church, Suudny March 20,
Itev. A. II. Mulkuy will deliver tlio
Travels by Sea
ArrIvnla by eteamor Allianco, March
15: II Harr nnd family, Anna Leh
inn.nowsky, I.cnoro I.ehmanowsky, Mis.
Able, W W Doyoo, James Hngnn, Claire
Y Walker, 8 Hope, II Hopo and family,
L N Harnos, Lulaliame, G A Macy, Mib
Chns Saunders, James Meyer, XIra W II
Wulker, A 0 Booly, M S Smith, R Do
Muritt ami family, F 0 8eaton, lien
Schuyler, W L Hasbrouck, Clara Holm
H Holoton, C II Winner, F B Scoflold
and wifo XIra J W Hall, J A .Morrison,
MlnnJUUinrd, Ettio Hillinrd, Mra Cora
Cuwn. Walter Churchill, Charles Sebaof
er, B. Sa'nford, W B tiauford.
From Wednesday's Dally.
II. N, Black was down fromhU Catch
ing slough farm yubtorday,
Tho Flybr has been beached below
town for tiouitf minor repniret
Mrs. J. M, Polnn, returned yostorday
from Oardmor, whether sho went to at
tend tho funoral nf a nloc'o.
Wni. Hromor, of Allegany, waa down
yesterday bringing his littlo boy for
A force of tho Belt Line Huryoyors
commenced work Monday across tho bay
jn the vicinity of Glasgow.
Rusty Miko's IMnry XInrch 18, 1003.
Advertising well is like planting good
com it brines goldtn returns.
Roy Rozoll cut his foot qnitn badly
with on nxe, whilo working in Cowan's
camp on South bIguzIi, a few days ago.
-Rev. nnd Mrp. F. E. Scofleld go over
on today's train on their way to their
homo at Dora, going by wny of Myrtlo
John Nasburg, of Empire City, was
seen on our streets yesterday and visited
this ofDco to inquire about those chick
en:. J. P. Farley and Da va Talbot brought
up a larpe raft of logs jenterdoy from
Cowan's and Waston's camps on South
slough to tho 0. B, Xf. & L- Co.
E. G. Winner nnd his br6thor, C. II
Winner, who Inst arrived from Alaska,
start today for tho east fork of '.ho north
fork of Coos river to locate timber
The hunting party consisting of John
S. Coke, J. W. pennett, 15. B. Scabrook
II. Lockhart and W. A. Toyo returned
yesterday from a couple of days stay at
tho North slough hunting grounds.
At tho Cospel Tervices In tho
Presbyterian Church tonight the
special Lenten subject will bo:
Tho Third day In Passion "Wcpk,
or Tho People of the Two Sons. You
aro cordially invited to attend.
Clarence Gould, who is acting
as deck band on tho Alert, nddod
himsolf to the early Spring Hat of in
voluntary bathers, Monday, by falling
overboard while the steamer was lying
at tho Boy city mill,
0. E. Smith is, ono of tho stockhold
ers in tho now electric Hgnt and powor
plant organized tn Eugotto recently. Tho
capital stock of tho company is $100,000
divided into 1000 shares of 100. The
new company will furnish light and
power for Eugene and Springfleld.
Tho gentleman who advertised those
chickens for telo has put in a special
plea to havo ua announce thatthoy are
all sold. If jou havo anything for enlo
that people want you can find customers
by placing your announcement iu the
To Sliip Frozen Clams
F. S. Dow will resumo the shipment
of frozen clams to tho California market
and tho freezing will bo commenced to
day at tho Coos Bay Ico and Cold Stor
age Plant. About 10,000 clama' an
already on hand and XI r. Dv propoeu
toputupnbiut loOcasce, lor
tho Or t
shipment, Tueso wil lo
sent to Lit.
Augles and Bau Diego, nnd XIr. Dtvr
will tuko a trip at tho eamo time to si 0
that they aro 'proporly placed on tlio
market, nnd that tho advantngos of
the lucious Coo j Bay clam a; n food pro
duct aro brought to tho attention of con
Burners in thosouthorn part our neigh
boring state, whore notUtug of tho kind
, Found in The Newspaper
Hero ia an editor who hna come clost
to hittiog tho nail on tho lu.ul. He
lays: "The newspaper fluid ia a wdo
field and full of rosos and thotne.
Whon you roast the preacher tho m.
godly smile I when jou roast the un-
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godly tho proachor smilos. If you '
roaat tlio oaloon man tho teetotaler "
smilesr; whon you roast tho loototalor tho
saloon man seta 'm up. If you awcar,
you aro a wicked man nnd If you pray
you nro n hypocrllo. If you havo an
opinion you got cuased nnd if you don't
havo nny you nro nonentity. Xloot
peoplo know a grcnt many things; ttie
Journalist is expect to know every thing. '
-Ex. ' .'
COFFEE CLUB OPENING
W. A. Crnno is poshing preparations
for the opening of tho Coffee Club, and
tho rooms formerly occupied by tho
Y. XI. C, A. aro being fitted up. Tho
woodwork baa been paintoJ nnd tho
walls nro now boing papered, and tho
rooms will be brtjtht fresh and attrac
tive. Tho largo rcom In front will bo the
reading room, A long table will extend
down the center, on which will be found
tho latest'papcrs, magazines and period
icals. Around tho sides of tho room
will bo smaller tablep for checkeis
chsssand other games. A billiard tablq
j will bo placed in the smaller room, and
ccross tho back end will extend tho
coffee counter, tho r.ilcben being back
of all. A piano will stand in (no
-corner of tho reading room,
l . .
wuoie piaco will oe as attractive aa it,
TJ 0 rooms will bo open for tho in
spection of tho public on Saturday
morning and In tho ovening tho formal
opening will tako placo. A fine program
has been arranged, and Ico croim, cake,
tamales etc, .will be served.
Any one having March magazines to
spare nro invited to contribute them
tor tno raadlng room, and. somo
pictures for the embellishment of the
walls would bo gratefully rcceiv
cd by the management,
Treasury Departmen t, State of Oregon
Salem, February 25, 1U03.
Notice is hereby given that there aro
funds in tho Treasury with which to re
deem all outstanding State warrant ,
drawn on the Stato Scalp Bounty und
Bounty Funds, endorsed "Prceeuted and
not paid for want of Funds, prior to
this date. AH such warrants, it proper
ly endorsed, will ho paid upon present
ation at this o ill co. interest therein
ceasing from and after this date.
C1IA3. b. .MoortE,
1-2S It State Treasurer.
Coos Bay Wholesale Lrar -
CHOICE WINES AND
II I G II
LEADING BRANDS OF BOTTLED pp
f-amily Orders (Solicited,
,OLE AGENT FOR THE OBLIT
Family orders for Pops, pints unc
quarts, delivered by tho case.
DEALER IN GROCERIES
FRESH FRUITS, VEGB TA
FLOUR s FEED, ETC., OF
THE BEST Q UALITY.
EVERYDAY. ; : :
Marsh field, Ore"
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