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1 jOiTr) LOOAL
From Sunday's Dally.
' E. II. Boyors, cfjfinmnor was seen on
our atrcota yesterday.
Glenn Barker, of Fain-low, was in
town yostorday rn business,
Dr. Uorefall returned yesterday from
Gravel Ford, wl ere ho wna called to at
tend Mrs. Kreen.au.
Wo lmvo two communications on sub.
ject3 of interest Mhlch will r.ppor as
poon 83 we can sot them into type.
W. V. Kennedy, blacksmith in King's
camp on D.iuiole, otoV is spending a few
days in town, being somewhat imlis -
Capt. Dan Roberts is proa'dinc ovei
tbo ttsstluie of tho Alart, while Capt.
Kdwntdils over hauling his Iljlt draught
Km mot t Pierce, who Iim been in nt
tendence nt tho bcdtMso! hid fa'.htr,
who recently nuderwent a turgiewl oper
ation, re' urned yoiterdey to hi locging
camp on the oorth fork of the Coiill!e.
Gas Mael, of Coqulllo C ty, who was
recently opersted on by Dr. Hort.'ull for
r.ppeniiicHis, camo over ysttnlay on a
visit to his brother John, iiu repotte
hirflEolf very much improved.
Myrtle Point Knterprue: Chas. Xml,
who was placed under arrest at Port Or
ord last week en the charge of having
deer tLins in. ins posiosion, wss dis
missed for want of evidence.
Any one who would ask (or more
glorious weather thaa we have had for
the past week ought to bo cent to some
place where they don't havi any weather
J. M. Quick, will pnt on a transfer
wagon Monday mornini; Mr. Q::ck
haB had much experitiuca in tho express
nnd transfer business, and by clo.o at
tention nnd prompt tervico has nlways!
given satisfaction, and will undoubtedly
hr.ve good success.
"I wonder what Eve said when she i
found she hnd to luaye the garden of !
Eden," said Mr. Ornmpin'e wife. ''It
was just about whutnll women say when
they are Etartiu- on n journey. She
complained that ehe didn't have n thing
to wear." Washington Star.
The music committee for the Baptist
churcn have purcnascd a fine new Kim
ball church organ for their church.
The instrument is one of the best made
by this famous company, nnd tho con
gregation can fee! proud of the new and
much needed addition to their very
efficient choir. It was bought of the
GriSten Mus c Co.
J. W. Tibbetts has bought tho old
Palace Chop house building of Fred j
iimmerraan. .ur. uddoiis wm go to
San Francisco on the Uomer and pur.
chaeo a new range and all the necessary
ulentiuls for a first-class eating house,
end shortly aftor April st will open up
at tho old stand where ho held forth in
days gone by.
Puget Sound Lumberman. There
aro all sorts of belts advertised mag
netic, electric and many others, but the
man that feeds tho edger in thePortland
Lumber Company's mill has one neith
er patented nor copyrighted. It is a sec
tion from a band saw, about ten inchea
wide. When a Btick (jige back from tho
edger and hit J him over his bowel pot,
he simply grunts and then shoves in an
GRIP REMEDIES IN GREAT DE
MAND When colds and grip are prevalent
the quickest and Barest remedies are in
great demand. Mr. Joseph D. Williams
of McDuff, Va. eays that he wua cured
of a very deep and lasting attack of
la grippe by nsing Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy after trying eoveral other pre-
J'arations.witb 00 effect, For sale by
YiflMiiw,tafW9iti ,)immm" ' ' -j. w jt
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DA KG CK OF COLDS AMD (.RIP
Tho creatt danger from coldnamt Rrlp
Is their rcMiltlngin piiuumottt. If reason
able care In tinnl, however, and Cham
berlain' Cough remedy taken, all dan
cer will be avoided. Among the tons
of thnuaamW who hnvo used this remedy
for thutedfteatcg wo have yet to learn
of a idngls oatu having resulted In pneu
tnonh, which show conclusively that it
la a certain preventive of that dflitgor
otii disrate. It will cure a cold or an
attack of the prlp in loa tlmn than any
other treatment. It Is pleasant and safe
to take. For aalo by John Preurs.
Myrllo Tolnt Enterprise: Tho city
caucus o( .Myrtle Point waa held at tho
opera hall, Monday n'ght, Mayor Deyoe
j presiding over tho meeting and Atly. h,
! A. Roberts nctiitg as iccrotnry. The
following ticket was nominalcM to be
; voted upon nt tho city election which
' uy ,g ,,Jlce tj,0 flrst Monday in April:
j por ma) or tt ifcjyoo nnd K. Ueud-
, cr; couneiimen, J, It. Benson, K, S.
j Bran, 15. V. Hermann nnd W. K. 1'ike;
reoordor, Atty. G. M. Slort nnd L. W.
Trover; troasurur, D. A. IlnUng.
CRANE'S COFPEE CLUD
Tho Marsh field Ctffje Club mode its
bow for public favor last nic'.it nt tho
Y. M. C. A. building on Front strict,
The rooms of tlit club wero nicely
arreng.nl, ruga being plentifully
tpriukied on the floor, cice paintings on
the wall?, whito lace curtains at tho
windows and a piano in one corner gavo '
, . ... lucatn oi .Mre. u. b. noneurpKe lu rort-
tho pUco n con appearance that was,)
,.,,,, ' land yesterday morning. Mrs, Bono
41V. iW MUU 4l'lVlttllCU t'J 41U 4UUU
n .kAi iii nnnaiitnifi m r ninnr
people who witnessed tho pleasing en
tertainment of the evening,
In the room adjoining on tho North
which was obtained lor tho opening
evening were tabic s wiih a seating ca
pacity of over -10, at which was served
lunch consisting of ico cream, caVc. I
ccfTce and tamalas- and many wero those
who partook of tho good things furnish
ed. A meeting of thoso interested in the
club was called yesterday attornoon at
which tho following were elected
eaapcrmenant Board oi Directors:
Presiden C. J. Uruscke. Vico Pro
ident, J, D Bear; Second Vice Prosident
J. I). Johnson; Kecretary Mrs. Dr. Mc
Cormac; Treasurer Chas, Stauff, There
was also elected a imanciai committee
composed of Mrs. Flanagan, J. 0. Laug-'
worlbv, and B. bwanton. Tho board
and people extended, their tlianki to
W. A. Crane for his efforts in organiz
ing tho club and authorized tho cnlarg-
ins and framtnir of hia picture to hang i
. .v. ... ..t ... i..i. .i. -1... ..
uu iim wuiib ui iuu tiuu, iuu uuu jiain-
for the eime.
If tho opening nights performance
can be taken an a eriticion to go by the
euccesa of the Marshtleld Coffee Club ie
an assured fact.
Notwithstanding tho fact that the
room was much too small for the large
crowds afisemblod, still the program wob
carried out in its entirety and uome $00,
were taken in by tho lunch department.
Eyeryono seemed to have a good time
and tho affair reflects much crodit upon
Mr, Crane-who, by the way leaves for
tl0 North on tho Alliance tomorrow.
From Tuesday'o Dally.
John Capron, of Empiro City, was
W. W. Gage was down from his Coal
edo logging camp yesterday.
If men and women married .their first
loves there would be much more cynicism
in the world than there now is, Smart
Tho London Timber and Milling Co1
ie a now corporation which has jus
formed at Cottago grovo for tho purpoeo
of buying timber land,
F. P Norton has sold to Chris Simp
son, tho Portland horseman, Jasper N.
one of the colts of Bonner N. B and
five years old. 3Ir. Simpeon has bought
tho colt to match his full brother Phil
N, already owned by him, Ho was
shipped north on the Alliance,
Tho Alltnnco arrived yostordar and
passed down tho bay again .Uilpni,
Intondlug to go to sea last night it fog
did not prevent,
Mrs. J. M, Crawford, who has been
cooking in tho Tony slough logging
camp, has boon obliged by illness to
glvo up tho work and Mrs. Mntt Nya
troui, of Myrtlo I'olut has taken her
Miss Heerkay (patronUiugly) Hnthcr
embarrassing (or you, 1 should think,
always to bo blushing when you
shouldn't. Mtea Daymuro And equally
ombarrassinv; for you, I should think,
nover to bo bluehiu;; when you should
Took Carbolic Acid
Tho lS-inonth-old child of Mr. and
Mrs.-Nelson of North ltend, yesterday
afternoon nt i oclock got hold of n bottlu'
of enrbolic ncid nud swallowed Rouio of
it and was in a precarious condition from
the effects of which tho child will not
soon recover, if it is not fatal, A doctor
was telephoned for at Marsh Held and
help w,ts soon at hand la tho shnpo of
an autidote. At last accounts tho child
was somowh'nt enslor but uot"mtlrely
out of danger.
A tolrgram received yesterday by J,
! U IH ...a 1.-.-.K..1.. ,I.ao..1 ll.lt... n( ll. .1
brake recently went to Portland, nc-
I companted by her husbaud, and at -a
Portland hospital had two surgicnl oper -
' n,t.M navlt.ttiiiil Tltttn iltArti f Inn.
HIIUU3 lttVltUVUl A4.1CU WV.M.WMa
' wntA tiinnaarnl nrtrl thn Intltr ttftiti rnfnv
arlni? her strength nnd it tras exnocted
that sho could be brought homo on
next trip of tho Alliance. But it seems
that sho was 'attacked by pneumonia
and in her weakened physical condition
was not able to withstand the disease
The news of her death ie n great ebock
to her friends.
SEVEBE ATTACK OF GBIP
Cured by Ono Dottle of Chamberlain's
"When I had nn attack of tho grip
last winter (the second one) I actually
ht.rUin'i r.nu Knn.f-.lv ' hv PmnL
cured niypell with ono tottlo oi Uliam
VV Perry, KJitor of thri Kiitrprisf,
.-horteville, N. Y. "This is tlio honest
truth. I at times kept from coughing
myself to pieces by tnkinw n teaspoon
ful of tills remedy, nnd when thu couuh
ing spell would come on at nhrht I would
lake a do?o and It seemed
that in thu
uriuies; iruurvat mo cougn
off and I would iro to sleep perfectly free
from cough and ito nccompituyini; palnr.
To say that thu remedy acted as a most.
ngreeauie surprise is putting it very
nu Id Iv. I had no idea that it would or
could knock out the grip, eirnply because
I havo tried it for such a purposo, but
it did, and it seems with tho second at
tack of coughing the remedy canned It
to not only bo of less durutlon, hut the
pains wore far less severe, and I hnd not
uteu thu contents 01 ono bottle beforo
Mr. Grip had bid mo adieu." For sale
by Juo Prcuss.
Travel by Sea.
Arrivals from South by Alliance
March 23: Guy Lattin, D. J, Lowe and
wife, Jamio Lowe, Hanx Anderson, W,
IC. Myers, Herman Acko, John Acke,
J. A. Davenport and wifo, Gabriel Jop
pes, John Mltrovitch, John Bielo, T
Hedrick, Joe Duflandre, Miss J Claxton
Departures North by Alliance March
2'i: Mrs Geo Wotmore, Geo P Miller,
Godfrey Lovo'I, Mrs E Erickton, Miss
E Robinson, Alton Errickcon, Robert
Enlckson W M Faddon, F II Sheppard,
MUa Vila Tliln Poarl Flnln A P f..l,. I
'"" - -, ..... ..-u.u, .. v t.vuiojr,
W A Crano, G E Bridgeford, Wm Has
brouck, C II Dlllard, Jennie Kruger, J
II Wagner, Alex McLead, Chaa I'redor
rickfi, fi E Bridgeport, Miss Florence
Dean, J P Roblnctte, Mrs A E Wilklng,
Chas Gruna James Wnlh, N Bwanton,
E P Sandborg, John Nelson, T W Lucas,
The echool board yesterday nftornoon
investigated tho charges made by A, II,
Stutesman against Mien Edvordu Erick
eon, teacher pf tho Fourth grade in the
public school. It was charged that
Harold Stutesman, twelve year old Ion
oTA. 11. Stutowinn'wn& whipped by thu
teacher with crmmto royorlty.
Tho board he hi a acnslun at tin school
houso In tho nftornoon and hoard wit
uilesca nu loth stiltia of tho uitto, the
cm.plftlitt being assinted by Attorney K.
It. tjcabmok, ntKv PrjfusiorGoldou look
liH out for tho Jntuiccta of tho teachor.
Thphnaid tcoli tlit matter under ad
,vltemciit until ovoning, whun n verdict
was rendered' to tbo effect that tho
tetuhcr hnd itct d without sulllclent In
vcstlgntlo, nnd that alio should bote-prlmauded.
Break Through a tfridfje,
Last week when I). , Hmall'a feed
wagon, heavily laden with grain and
ll;if lor tho gradl'ig work wont throuult
the bridge nearCeutorvillo, Thu brldgo
wni rotten mid tho wagon and four
hon.cn wero pru.-lpIt.Uod t)tho Iwltoin
of tho gulcV, Tho horioa eeenped un-
- lnjtirad and tho wagon was nlso iiniujur
cd. "I ho horsiiH wero oxtrlcated. Tho
brldgo huu not yet been repaited.
ATTEMPTED WHOLESLAE MURDER
Clan Powder Placed Against a
House Falls to Explode
Homo ono tried Saturday night to blow
up Alex Kvanhoffu houso nt Dowey
rock, whito n soolal tAnco was In prog,
resa nnd DO or iO i coplo wero in tho
Fivo sticks of giant powder woro plac
ed against tho house and n cap fuso in
..-....! ...! ft...! !'. t, ..im. .1... .1...
I lie. mrt ltti.ii.1tfit.ltf ffttfirml ntltl ti'ltitii tint
n 1 I
i cap exploded the powdur did not ignite.
Tho fact that thu giant was cold probab
ly snvcu ino uvea oi an wio peopio in wio
boueo, ns there was onougli cxplosivo to
annihlluto thu wholo outtlt.
There is much indignation among tho
people living in the vicinity and if the
mlevrcats who attempted this dastardly
outr.igo nro caught, it is likely to go hard
From Vedneaday'o Dally.
Thoscbconor Ivy wns towed oat yes
terday. Ed Boymond mcAcd to town from
Thu steamer Homer took on part of a
load of lumbor at tho stavo mill.
duo. Beale haa bought -tho Btcinnon
placo near Fairview.
" Tho A. N. W. club will meet Thursday
afternoon at tho homo t of Mrs. Win.
He It makes mo a better man to kiss
you. ono I want to help you all I can.
Tho raachinory and some of tho build
ings of tho shipyard aro being moved to
tho new yard at Porter.
Parke What dd your wifo say when
you camo homo lato? Lano You mean
what didn't sho soy. Smart Sot.
J, 6. Fairchiles has been erecting n
fenco and woodshed at the now Murphy
cottages in South Marshfield,
Peter Brockmnn, of Big crook, brought
a couplo of boevea to tho Pioneor Mar
John 0. Cupron was up from Empire
yesterday completing thu purchaso of
tho Dick Wren house and lot at Empiro.
J. M. Dolan was moriug his family
yesterday to tho now houso which ho
has just completed near tho hospital
The Examinor repoata that tho schoon
er Annie E, Smalu sprung a had leak on
tho way down thu coast, as a result of
her contact with the Areata here, and
that she arrived in the city with pumps
A social ball will hu glvon nt North
Ucud on Uaturdny night by Toullo broth
cm mid Uliuons, Thu ilnnco will bu In
Tho Joseph Hush arrived yesterday
nnd will taken cargo of lutnbur from
tho Hay City mill for tinu Podro. Oho In
dumping her ballast nt Dfiiu A: Uo'n
Henry Miuhulbriulc of Allegany In In
town on business. Hu will rciiunu hln
old position nt thu Coos Hay orenmory
about April 1st.
Tho Cofco Club will make n npeo'al
effort Saturday evening. Tliuro nro .M't
about fM to laUo to incut thu ent'ro
expenao for the tlxturen eto. Doughniitr,
saudnlches, leu criim and Inniulcs will
bu served and Informal literary progriuu
rendered. Tho nffalr will bo entertain.
Ing and instruct ivo. Tim Indies will
sorvonll ktuds.of good thing and It In
cxiioclcd that the eutlro debt will bo
. wiped out.
The imposltloti of fontvrortfi to dlnpoie
of n.ir.ii uunrter hectloim of hind In thu
next Ohlnhoum "openliii:" by miction
will bu found uioru coiiipatlblo with
public iiioralH tluiii the lottery plan nnd
Icxh uxhuuHtliiK that, thu freu fur till
H. H. Waller, D. D. S.
DKNTAhSl'ItGKON AND MKOHAN.
Offlco Nnaburu Uldg. A. M Phnne. 'JO
MAii6iiini:i.n. : t oukuon.
E. E. Straw, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND HtMU'KOK.
.Special ntti'iitliui to iIK'ukcm uf thu Hyp
Kur, Niimi Liul rhnmt. (ilitKHcrtlltti.il.
OlTicc in SdistncUcn k Smith
A. G. Gross, M. D.
PilYSICIAN AND ht'IHJKON.
OOicn, Naihurg Building. i'houo -l?:i
ma;lshfii:i.. 5 : okkoon
W. U. Douglas,
ATTOItNEY AT LAW AND U. H.
Front itrrcl, Matilifielil, Oirgon.
S.A. D. Eaton,
-LAW YE It
Will practice in nil court''.
EHPIHK CITY OUKUON
J. W. Bonnott,
ATTOUNEY AND COUN.SEI.Olt AT
John F. Hair,
. ATJ'OUNKY AT LAW.
Oirice lu lUilor.i'lu Mock, hiunt ttrn-t
W. St., MARSHFIKID, ORK.
O. F. McKnight.
ATTOUNEY AT LAW
Office iu Ihc linmc4' & Walter
Dibble & Williams
COOS BAY REAL ESTATE
Marshfield, I Oregon
I am hero advertising buying nnd
selling rual ejtate. I will try if you list
your property with
J. R. Robertson,
Room 8, Bonnott & Waltor Building
Kaufman & Wegner.J
' Ofllco oyer Golden'a Drugstore ,
Practical Watchmaker nnd Jeweler.
All kinds of watches and clocks cleaned
and repaired on short notice.
All work guaranteed 12 months,
RED CROSS DRUG STORE
Marshflold, : : : Oregon
X CHAS. CtRISSliN MUSIC CO.
FOR SALE OR RENT
j 1, 0. 0. F Bid, Marshfield. I
ilimilil l cICAiillnoii.
I'.ly'fl Ct'cniu I5olm
iy ill.cnif iiicmlnntip.
ltcura rnlnrth nml tlilr
atmy a cold lu tlio hcJ
Ci kiiiii llnlm U plitrcd Into tlio noMrlli, tpr
nrrr Ilia iiicmlimns unit U nliorlifl. Ilcllif Ulnii
meitlttotMlncurnfallowt. II U not ilrjIng-Mlnt
not prmliif n nrtniii Ijitco Hl, to Mill tt Drug.
kMi or Ij mnll I TrUI Hl, 10 rent y null,
Kf.V imurillUtil.CA WAimu Hlru Kitr York.
t jifointtljr nliinlii I
H mid KorrlKii f
or. I liuioiillnuiitloulM
lr utfiiortnii tvilv:iti1li
r free Uik, i
, i iw wi v'iroTn nnr
Jppoolto U. S. Pnlont OfflcoJ
WASHINGTON D. C.
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Coiuor of Front mid A Htrcetn,
! JOMH 'JNVDIiU.
t : i :ProprIttcr
rniilS WIU tKNOWN ANDI'AVOUnii
fi. HOI ICI. Iki IllH lin fiitlirly irrttlcdiiml
ii'runii'Jint iIikhikIkjiii .iml it agttlnojtcn to thu
miWic fur imtion.ico.
N"? wil nnil llllg ITMtllrW intvc lircn
iiVfct-1 lu nliiMHt rwy tvping room oi ihli
(HMUf ami ndilir ttiMtli1i not rinsnvj lur (won
rttcl to put cturytlilug In lirtl-cUu order.
Iloiiiit an't (tRloie, r umlc jj.co
IWvinl.p' Afc 10
Jmii;I Mc' ,. . .,,. ,,,, 95
C. II. MnitCIIAN'TflSSEEE?
lit constantly ntldiiig to in
11 took- uf (Inncnil Morulian
:lisu, nlrontly tho l.irgcNt in
Mnrolifluli!. When you buy
nt tho Mill Storo you know
thooodn aro first class and
tho pricu it nil riK'it.
All kinds of lumbor and
food and sup
plies at wholesale and rotail.
Will Miilin dli-uular 'i'rliii,
PA88ENGER8 AND FREIGHT
-LOWEST RATES. '
Oregon Coal & Navigation Co.,
F.S.DOW, Agent, Marshfield, Oregon
B.O, CO. Agent, Empiro City, Oroon
Makes regular tripH botwtiim Sun l'Vau-
cieco iiiki rorunuil via Mtiniboldt
Him uiios uny, cnning nt
ubovo porta oapli
Tho ALLIANCE is n firflt-class phhsoih
gor boat, niul line nil tho mod
ern coriveiileiiceB.nnd Ihoho
of tho fastest Htcnitiora
of her clues '
For freight and pnsHengor ratoa or nail
ing dates, apply to
C,H. MERCHANT, Agt
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