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Prom Tliui'nlny'o Dally.
OFFICERS OF CLEMS' ASSOCIATION
Organization Well Starlod on Ca
reer of UnefuhicKs
I'ollou ltn; nro IhuofllcurHol tho dorks'
RMaulutlim reci'iitly fcit titcil In Marsh
ilulil, which i known tin Loral No, UT of
til tho Retail ClotUs' Jnlornatfonal Pro
teellvo AmoclHlioit, branch of the A.
F. l-,l I'mdilent, F K Uiigiiu; lit vice
prouldont, il J IMvviihIh ; Ud vleu presi
dent, (J I'uiinnck; recording secretary,
Tom Fox i lluiindal necniliiry, Ilrnry
Reed; Irimmiriir, Walter iiiillur; j;nitr
dlun, J J Kroiiliolm; guide, Dan Keitl
Jllg. . Thu orcnnlacnllori ting nlghtnun imiin
burp, including nimrly nil (do rlurka In
town, itinl II In expected tlittt Ihu others
will coon be added to tlio roll. MtoMno
:ro held In Out Eaglea' ball on tint lbt
and 3rd Monday of each niotith,
Tlio Iioh tiro well ploaaed with their
movement, bo far, and wllli irottr man
moment It will doubtless prove a good
thlriK (or all concerned.
MORE MONEY FOR Sfl'OOL
This Year's Tax Levy Will Pro
In making animal tat lnvifli thin
month, County otirli will Iuy for
for bcIux.I purposes k run tlittt will Ih
equal to ' ur capita upa.i tliu school
population, i'rlor to tliia year tlio luvy
for school 'pnrpoeua hai bum 6 mills on
tlio dollar. In soiuu counties thlj pro
duced n rovouttu .much In excess of
por capnta, while in otlic.ru it produced
Ills. Upon tlm theory Hint school ruv
or. mi ilionld l)u biued upon tint number
cf children of rchoo) ugo rather tlin
upon tlm asternal taltiucf property in
the county, tint I.uialitturu at ita regu
lar flceteon in IW.'i inulo tlio change
ulmo Indlcutod. Thu net alto provided
thut no county rh mid lovy a pur capita
amount U-hfl than tlio per capita for I Ml
Throughout tliu htutc tlio clinio will
remit in an increase in tliu ninoiint ol
uiuiiuy nvnilnblo for uehnol pnrpowa. In
Ihotu counties which have herulciorn
Tgleasd ruoro thaiif'l per capita nochangn
in effected, but In other tliu rate of levy
must bu increased.
From Frlday'i Dally.
MuKwen tliu ilypiiollit u doing I In
The Alliince wan reported lo bo off
thu bar lait ovening,
in some counties voters ato already
Tfdsterlng for the Juno election.
Sir. arid Mrs, J. T. Collver, of Catch
ing slough, vruru In tow r yostorday.
Tho stoanier Aberdeen had a roiiiih
trip up to Portland, nha did not tttoj
at Astoria, koIiiu direr! to Portland.
Runty Miko'a Diary, .Ian. 16, 1003 It
ain't always bocauau thu Lord ain't on
your aide thut you don't micruud in busi
ness, Fr. Mubllor, who i illlititf Fr. lon
uolly'a place during Ilia r.monce, Blurted
for ((.inilnor hiat tvoisiiiK in nnawur to n
Any ono who dout: not revdvo hij in
por rugularly will confer it favor by noti
JyJiiK thin olllce, that Hid fault may bo
1 Any ono wiahiiiK inlonnatiou aa to
how to approach your boat vi l tlio
fe, . dark con j;i It by cniiulrins of 1-5. (J,
W& ,,110891), south Coos rlvor. ,
Tlio liuijeno (luard ia List bocouiing
ono ot tho boit Dally l'flpora in tho
Wlllnmutto valloy, having added over
10 pur uenl to ita lints tho pant year,
Tho A N W club mot Thnraday at tlio
homo of Mm' ,1. If. Taylor. A prnfltiiblo
tiiiMilliiK wan had and all wuro IiIkIiIv
plmiHid at thu prokrptn of thoclub'fl work
and tho next munttti will bo held with
Mm John Hoar.
l.unl year it raluod 205 daya in Lon
don, which exjiorloncod ono of the
limit tliluht yoarn on record. It lake.i
rain, and lota of It, to malm it man fscl
Kom). Ftnihlilno in all vury well, but lo
proiiiolo thu joy of life, lvo uu rain.
In RauFrnnclfiCO n woman in under
arrunt for placiui; u 8-year-old child on
hot nlovo. In New York in a woman
awaiting trial for burninK n rvve.tr-old
boy with n red hot pokur. Klxty-fivo
btirtm and brufocn wcru counted on tho
body of thu .Vow York child, and part of
i tb hair had been torn out by Hid root!!.
Neither til thu women exprenred any
regret for her actloup, nor did either
appearcouecious that alio had uaed tin
uiiial violence toward tint hulpIuiiNcreat
uro in hnr power. .Such cases ten :1 to
uinko ono bellevu In thu van"" hten of
Tw'o mon wcrodlopullnKOverchurchci;.
Ono wnun Mothodiet and tho other n
Haptiit. Finally ono of them ntlloi to
a nelKhbor win rrat paabiliK by mid abk
imI him his opinion ne to which was thu
only church Jn which to boeaved. "Well
noluhbora," eald 'hu, "son and I havu
been haulhik' wheal to mill nigh on to
forty yearB. Now thorn nru two roadi
luadliiK to tho mill. Uno's tho valloy
road and thu other takeu over th hill.
Sumiiliiiiuu 1 k thu one, ecmutimuH
I'oUier. And lwJvcr yot, frirndf. ha& the
miliar nuked mo which road I took, but
hualwaya afxn: "Is your wheat toodV"
Dccorah Iowa Journal.
Chief Olio Scliclier
Tho firo departmunt eloctod last ovc
nine resulted lu tho election of Otto
Kcbottor ai chief and Auguit nrlcy e
All porBonsaro hereby warned not to
pay any tnonoyor kIvo any credit lo
Jamea Uriel !ln on my account
Marfhfleld Ciuar Factory.
I 16 (it w
There has been it rumor current for
ruvcral days that the Ico A Cold fctorano
plant at MarshllaU was to bo movml to
North r.ciul. I'pon inijuiry ofPrecident
.Slchokon Tin: M.'i. was informed that
Ihu ruinurwae without foundation,
Tliu regular monthly busiuuen meathiK
of tho iipworth LoaRtio took place Wed
uosday ovenine, at the home of M. it.
itronn. Aftqr the regular work of tho -loacue
'euyu'ral hours were ope'nt in a j
social K(ld time nt gamos, tuusic and
converao a!tar which delicious rofreBh-j
menta went partaken o!. The I.enRiio
ordered thu laatlpaymeut mado on tlio
ADVICE TO EMPLOYERS
How Thoy Should Conduct Them
' , j8lves Toward Employee '
Tha following, from tho Amorican
Merchant, is published at the request
of n Murdblluld merohant, who ia talk-.
in1 of formlnic i" omployora' iiBfioolatoin j
with theau for tho bylaw a Or lie nmy
only bo josliim; thndorkp.
Alwaya ratoo your hat when addrosf
iiiic nn umployo. lliana geod a,a you
aro and probably thinks ho ia a ureal
Never criticieo, u inan'B torh, how-
rcr poor.. It la nn insult, to Uili uulou'
whicii was organii'od by and for tho poor
workman, and besides it might hurt
Kncotirago jour men to piny pinooiiln
and choekorH during working hours, It
helps thorn drlvo dull enro away and
promotin Kood fullowalilp. This la es
pecially Important on an operation
where different traded oro employed, as
il Irmda to a bettor acquaintance among
Ihu men, and they will hold together
lofu-or on n oympiithotic strlku.
Keep a key o' heor in a convonlont
plocu on nil jobs. You will find tho
ii.on npprcclativu. If any et balloons
on, xotid them home in cabs.
Ilavo an orchestra fitatloncd whoro
over you havo many employes nt work.
Novor mlit tho cxponco as lorn; nn tlio
men enjoy tho music, but mako anro
tho riiuticnno carry union cards or acci
A nico roaditiK room, a pool room and
a bowling alley would bu oploidld, but
no eonnlblo worklriKinan would expect
you to mako such provisions for his
comfort and atnuapment.
Novor hire n now man without flril
conmiltlriK your other employes. If ha
doesn't IioIoor to n union they prrbably
won't play. They may oven prevent
him from working, and thev hr.vu a
perfect rJht lo do bo, Itemembcr
Ihiu in n free country!
Do not Inidat on ionp; Jioura. No
bank opnui beforo 0 o'clock, and thoy
usiiclly cloto at I.
SEE THIS .
Weekly Coast Mail
the largest home-print
paper in Coos county
the daily EveningTele
gram, and the New
York Tribune Farmer,
the best farm paper
published, al! one year
for $5 in advance.
Never ,bo Impudent to nn employe,
ft will cost you money.
Always liston courteously to tho walk
ing delcgato, and then do as ho com
mands Noror take your own head.
That would bn fatal.
In all cneea remember (hat you are
only thu mat: nho fives tho laborere
employment and paye them- Who
enables them, ia short, to make a living
(or thomeelrca and their families.
Tluty are the pooplo who, if thoy fol
like it, do tho worl that you supply and
tcko your money. Thoy aro nolni; you
a favor, and you should nevor forget the
obligations you aro under to thou.
Alwaya bo polite, unasumi ii(; and tub
eervleiit, aa bctitd your position. I.ifo.
Official County Court Proceedings
Hxpensoa in vacation nftor October.",
Salaries ' J 173u 01
Indlnonta f 210 0
Janitor Clfnrt llouee f 120 00
iitatiouory,''otc. '" .J ' 17 40
Ordorod that the following bills for im
provement o( Coos Bay Wncou Korul bo
II 0 1 Inches 4 fo
CC Moore' IW
J It Poiutor '' 17 60
M 0 Miller ' 2 OU
Ueo Norrls ( 00 00
A Flanders, mipevintcudcnt 120 00
Henry Yost " 7S 70
i: P 8 Abornothy, luoiber at OGO 019 03
. 80 00
Henry Miller 12 .GO
Frank Yonn h"? 00
Joe Shannon 10 W
J A Lamb & Co, hardware 17 10
ltOKuiar January If 01 Turin. t
At n regular ;mcutitn; of tho Cotinty
Court of Cooa County, Oregon, at the
January. 004 ( term ( rpcoluttion$ I
dt respoct wero unanimously nuopieu
Tjy the auryiviuR membora of this Court
uoon tho death ol Donald JJcItitoab.
Ordered that J J Ollnkcnbuard, bo p.
pointed Countp '.Cobnmisjlonor to fill
Taconcy caused by death of Donald Mc
Ordorcd that Allon McLeotl bo appoint
ed Conatablo of District No 2.
Btalo vb Gar Sutton and Al Plilu.
W II H Hyde, .untlce, ? 1 DO
Allon McLeotl, Conittablo 0 (X)
Ktalo y J 8 Uoera
W II B llydo, JiiBtico 3 05
Allen McLeod, Conatablo 3 55
Ktalo vs Chaa N'cwroan
W H n llydo, Juetico I 10
W 8 Gravee, Constable 7 Go
Ktatova Til Crowford
W II B llydo, Justice 0 83
Alien McLood. Conltablo 0 00
Aok Putoreoti, witness on fco nono
11 C Itraioard, witnesa ! TO
A Iieckela, witness 1 GO
Hormon Lareon, witness , , 1 GO
Allen McLeod, witnefis, r.o fes none
T F Crawford, witneai, no ico nono
William LInd, witness 1 GO
fitato va Charles Kast,
W H 8 H)do, Justice -1 45
Allen McLeod, Conatablo ! G5
Statu vs Geo Schmidt
G D llolden, Juaticc 10 10
Leo fkodman, Dep HhiT G
Stephen Gallier, Bhoriff G 30
A Halwly, witness one day 1 GO
l McNeil, witnosa one day
and inileago 3 70
C Cooly, witaeea ono day and
lallene 3 70
Waltor Webbor, witnees one
day and miloago , 3 70
Dills Smuncr quarantine,
K E Straw, M D, sorricos 10 00
E MmauF, M I), sorvicoa 1G W
IV Uurefail, M V, sorvices 20 00
State va Cavett, ot al.
O A Kelly,, Juetico S 70
Wm Rohm, Conttablo 7 30
State va J M Riley.
0 A Kelly, Justice 7 10
Wm Rohm, ConBtablo 7 GO
Geo Weiondunk, Dcpt Cou. 3 00
J V Foster, Dept Con i TO
E J Price, witnesa 1 50
Eddie Price, witness I 50
Vt Luliu, wltneea 1 60
W Ilorefall, wltnass , 1 GO
L E Drown, meal and bed lit
ITWoekly, Drawing fury list
Dlat So 4 l 00
Samuel Stout, Drnwlug Jury list
Dist no 4 assiBtni.it 2 (0
1 11 Weokly, Drawing Jm? V.A
DIstno4 oesistari' 2 00
8tatlouory and prlntiuc.
Glass and Prudhomme Co, sup
plica. ,., f lu 03
)t II Hazard, eupplica Clerks
ottico t 14 20
C 0 Drydon, Priutinj? .10 IV i
Coo Hay Publiahlug Co, IUanka 12 60
r.anrroft Whitney Co, Vol 21,
i ' '"
Orcgou Ropoila 3 7j
"Tho Hun," FilntluK 8 O'l
.1 J Stanley, Snppliea ' 102 55
Cqrjuilie L'ity Horald, printing. H 0
Stophuu Galllor, bupplica,
fyierlffa oiTlcti .' 117 77
Ordered that the Nortl Land Citizen
ami Coquillo City Horald bo tho oflicial
nowapapora for year 1001, rato not tc
exceed tlftyconta per squuro ol ten Hubs
Ordered that war'raiita bo"ilrawn1ioo
'bounty TroaBurer for ?10.00 in favor of
J T Jawott tor support ol himself and
IndlRonts and Ineano, etc,
Hotel Coqnillo, meals.for prison-'
Mary Dlnck, nursing Maggie
Cbas Btnuff, eupplles, Ramsford
12 (i Flanagan, suppliep, Josh
Jos 7erry, Btipplio? F F Williams
PK Drain, supplies, Geo 8 Hrnith
G II Croy, wood, Geo 3 Wostnot
Wm Jenkins and eon, suppiico
A C Hoyt
F M White, M D, Borvicos Delia
'A O 8tran(, supplies, Weatnot
Joel Patterson, nursing Weatnot
W Culin, M D, eervlcca Brnnll-
Alfred Johnson, euppllca Bar-
Southern Oregon Co, supplies,
J J Curren, lodging Delia Pol
land Maria C Grant, monthly allow
C U Fry, 8upt 1 months end,
Dec 31st. '03
L Ilarlopker, 1 mare for use on
N Lorcnz, bal for mdso
1 19 15
Petition ol J W Bennett ot al for dyk.
dist, considered, Clerk ordered to issue
citation, and Z 'X 2iglin, F 1 Norton and
llorbert Lockhart appointed viewers and
S B Catheart surveyor to meet March
E L C Farrin, rnilsage Dep Dist
Atty 21 00
In re Inquest upen F C Kinnicutt
I T Weokly action coroner 10 CO
I 0 Stemler, constable C "0
J P Stemler jaror 3 20
R A Kasson, juror 2 20
W L Krantt juror 3 M
Wm Abernethy, Juror 2 60
J R Bonham juror 1 40
FB McDowell, juror..,- . 1 t0
W Culin, M D, witnesa 10 00
Carrio Kcunicutt, witnesa 1 GO
Ollio " " 1 50
W M Laird " 1 50
W L Laird " . 1 60
J D Laird " ; 1 60
In re Inquest npon JamesKelly,
E Q llolden, acting coroner
J W McDonnald, jurer
A M Buntou
C S Farmer, "
It Anseluiy "
Cyrua lorrpri "
M Ranes, "
It Conhoy Dep. constable
.1 G Sweuson, 11 D services.
In ro Inquo'st upon Geo. Adami
E Ben Jer. 'coronor
C O Carter, ;Conitable
K A Leep M D Services
Glass A Prudhomme Co Regis
E B Prico,
Hall rent special
t . Roods and Bridges.
i In re Cooj Bay Waon Road. Ordered
j that tho following bills be paid :
i Honry Yost, lubor 4 dayB f
A Flanders, supt 12J-J daya
Wm Ilayter, 1' J -2 days
Goo Norris, aelf & team 4 days,
Geo Norria, solf & team 0 3-1
days, 13 ?0
JoeSteinen, U days
Jess Barker, solf it team 6 daya
K r fl AberMathy, 40350 2-3 ft
lumber at 6 GO & atumpago 2ti7 32
Wm C'Jtten, 1SG0 Hn ft slabs ' ,
at 26 cents rod . 20 75
Ordered th.xt the following bills bo
1 poill out ot tho rpid'Juiid;
A lr flaleh, labor on brlUKee
Dave Drew, labor b 1-2
StewortMjllor, ludor 5 1-2 days
L A LnWhorp, self & team 5 1-2
. L ..
1 5 75
Wm Poson. 575 It lumber
'" - 'iv ... . ii, c,
National? mm L'o, extra, lor i
road machine ' 16 00
h Hsrlockqr, repairs on t?ad
ferry 25 00
A tlowey labor self & team 40 25
Endicott & Milter, repairing tools
elcrdl8& 23 . '23 75
Ordorcd that petition for road "on
South Slough be dlamlflsod.
Bert Dudley, labor r d no Id
ChostorDudljy, labor r d no 1(1
Earle Stoelo, labor r d no 11
Ray Flanders, r d no 10
Poter Ncdaa, r d no 10
Wm Willord, r I no 18
A E MnthowSj labor r d no 10
E M Randleraan, labor r d
Goo Soil, labor r b no 21
John Loggett, labor r d no 21
Jeff Ownby, labor r d no 51
W F Keller, labor r b no 22
J, R Woodward, labor r d 22
D P Strang, labor r d no 22
Geo Counts, labor r d no 23
W 8 Bushncll, labor r d no 23
JesBA Warfiold, labor r d 23
8 O Bradon, labor r d no 23
machinoet '. -
Poter Michoibrink, keoplng '
E E Bender, labor i d No 23
Geo W Motfll, labor r d No 23
W W Phillips, labor 4 No 2J
J. G Belieu labor r d No 23
Geoiainger, labor rd No 22
H Goodman, labor r d No 22
J A Loom if , labor r d No 23
P F & L Co, lumber rd 22 21, 10
and 15 and 15 SO 71'
D"EAif Tfl 'TfiSfi ELL". "'
ComateA Btnmn Thoughts nn llntchnt
U ami Ualtatclinlilo Kitten,
Chtdca dytru? la tlio only thing that
jfwsventa 100 per cent hntctics. I car.
remember back; to forty years njjq,
when liens made about tho name avti
Ak as they tlo"now.'I con remember i
certain gatepost that I had for n mart
When dtspoatng of tho egga that the
Lena failed to hatch. Breaking tho
eggs to see what was In them woe nev.
ct thought of Uien and la not yet, but
when It comes to running incubators It
Is n different thing.
I Iiavo seen peoplo hatch 80 per cent
and ft) per cent of the fertile eprjrs nnd
worry over 10 or 20 per cent dylns Id
thu shell, yet the same people would
perhaps Innocently admit that tho in
cubator did better average work on nil
the eggs thnp tho bens.
There Is Just this about It: When SO
per cent of the fertile eggs hatch anil
20 per cent do not hatch it Is evidence
In itself that something Is wrong with
the 20 per cent or they would havo
hatched also. Why not mix In a little
cool reasoning in comparing incubator?
with licus nud do away with tho unjus
tified prejudices? Good Incubators equal
good hens, but neither can hntch uu
batcbable eggs. If.nll fertile eggs were
hatchable, then wo would simply waste
time In selecting ntrong, vigorous cock-
co ' crcl3 nnd hens. There, would bo no use
PQ or sense In selecting fresh eggs; neither
.would freezing or overheatlngthem be-
fore they wero iuittln tho machine nf
These uro stubborn, serious facts, and
not a slnglp reader of this paper will
dispute, them, yet many will contluuo'
to throw the eggs that tho hens can't
hatch at tlio gatepost nnd make n post
mortem examination of the eggs that
are left In tho Incubator, nud, still
piorv, thoy may unconsciously sckvt
eggn for the hens-ami fill tho incubator
with moat any kind to mako up, the
numbers. Commercial Toultry.
'A skating pond does not make a win
ter nor an engagement ring u mar
Illusions and fallacies nro the thin
that the other fellow has.
Of two evils don't choose eitlwr.
Truth Is not n farthing rushlight,
and it It a good deal farther from be-
Tlio VuJlrt;Kor Next Yer,
Tho fpuudatioa of success with fowls
It to hutch all the pullets about the
tiiimo timo If possible, or got them out
curly ut least, rullots of tho-larg'
breeds should surely be hutched befora
March 15 or not later than April 1 anit
thoso of smaller breeds not later than
May 1. Attention Is called to this mn.
ter, ns t hero is now but llttlo time left
for doing so. If tlio hens do not becomo
broody get ti sumll hundred egg Incuba
tor and provldo a pluco.for if brooder.
By hutchlug as muuy as possible about
tho sumo tlmo thoy will all bo of tlio
f sumo ago when winter cornea and wilt
also bo mora uulform lu other respecur,
which will by 'much better than having!
them hatched at different periods, with,'
some of them too late to inaturo andi
become" profitable as winter layer.
Sell or part with-tU ofjat'o cockaret tfa(
sodil as' they lire large enbughTte be
marketed and thua bavo cost and giver
tup puljcts more toom.Wcatern Poulv