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OtaroiUe City îleralà
COQUILLE CITY, OREGON, TUESDAY. JUNE 30, 1903.
ried calculating and guessing, b u t1
the matter was finally settled by
The third commencement of the
Miriam Workman and Ralph Ready,
B y R obebt R o la n d .
Not one of the Club j Normnl under the present manage
could tell, as they had everyone ment occurs Thuisday, June 11th.
ce ever Johnson, Dean A Co’s
The rnncli of Mr. Workman,
lived about a month, in the last few The year has been the most pros
where we now fpund ourselves, was
mnrkot. Coquille, Oregon.
days. They had not been counting perous of the throe, and. tho at
just as much of a contrast with the
tendance the best.
last one we saw, as you can imagine.
Iu February we sent a large class
“ Thursday: and tomorrow even
He had sixty-five or seventy acres
before tho county board of examin
All sorts of
J - 6 - F is h A S o n s , P r o p s -
agree with me, on the business ers, all of whom passed with good
small fruits growing, and an or
X jS i 'W ^ r e r .
One state certificate re
The school mistress margins.
chard which was already yeilding
MANUFACTURERS of Butter Boxes, Cubes, Apple and Fruit Boxes,
ice of the Peace, City Recorder.
will be with us tomorrow evening, sulted.
well. He had cut one hundred tons
Cabinets, Tables, Counters, Store Fronts, etc.
Calls for teachers have been
S . Commissioner of hay the year before, aud there
making ready to begin her school
Turning Work a Specialty.
All Orders given
»ral Insu ance Agent
next Monday, and we will want to
were last year nnd potato pits in his
work her in somewhere on a good exceeded the supply.
fields which had not yet been open
The review class will be contin
program Satuadav night, and on
He had a two story, seven
dice in Robinson Building.
Sunday we must suspend hunting ued; it has been a boon to maDy.
C o q u il l x , O r eg o n .
seven room house, a barn about
and fishing, and have a Sabbath
We have a business course unsur-
sixty feet square, with a multitude
This clears the paseed in the state.
It is fasci
of out-houses aud sheds, aud there
calendar for the war story on Mon nating, thorough, and practical.
was qot a sawed boards or abingle
day evening, and all in favor of
in, or on any of them.
Our graduates succeed as teach
this arrangement hold up your ers.
had a broad
(Most every T. T. C.-ite
Attorney - a* Law-.
and his barn was so comfortable,
Every department of work is
held up two.)
C o q u il l e C i t y , C oos C o u n t y , O ueoon . aud well filled that his live stock
strong, and our students are of
laughed when they came into it
“ All right, my dears.
The pro the best.
gram committee will look out for a
And he had been on his ranch
Drain is still a state school, sup
few good songs for tomorrow even ported by state appropriation, is
only a year or two longer than
GOLDEN B U IL D IN G ,
COQU ILLE CITY
Soloman Shiftless on his.
suing diplomas that have a mean
None are to be ex ing in Oregon. No sham work is ICeep consantly on H a n d ¡F’resli. IMIeat,
names ol the two men are a suffic
cused from Sunday School at 10:30
ient indication of the difference in
For information address
“ All right Uncle Robert,’” was Sunday morning, and in the after done.
attorney - at - L a w ,
the two ranches, t.hninrh both of
of -A-LL HCind-S.
J. H. O rcutt ,
M AR SH FIELD , OR EG O N .
“Sol noon Mr. Ralph Ready and wife
which Mr. Jones' river plowed it’s
knows the ropes, and we’ll mind and baby have invited us all up to
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Doalei ill K hal E stath of all kind«.
C a n n e d B e e f a n d P ic k le d P e r k
the captain because we want some visit their home,
I speak of these
Mr. Workman’s family consisted game.
We were out for a ‘sure things now so you can all be think
J . E. HAYNES. of himself and wife, and five child enough’ frolic this afternoon and
ing about what is ahead of us, and
ren, and as we shall toon be mixed we had it.
Tomorrow we’ll get
Juby Trimmings, 35 ot. grade,
up with the young folks, wo will down to business. You can bet on promise you that if put on tne pro
now ........................................ %
say a few words about them, and it Captain Sol,” Then Harry Hap- gram for Saturday night, you shall
Fine Brussel Curtain Netting, 3
first, there was their “ baby girl,” pylaud proposed three cheers for have a recitation never before ren
yards for................................. 100
lining and Real Estate Agents Eliza, twelve years old.
Then their new hunting comrade, and dered in this part of the world, and
Curtain Swiss, 15 ct grade
10 T h e la te s t in
Eckley, Curry County. O r e g o n .
Romulus—a lad of fourteen, and Capt., and they were given with a
Lace Curtaius, $ 1.50 grade 125
AVE valuable M>nea, Farm s, Stock
then two grown daughters of about will.
Hunches and Timber Lands for sale.
Ladies’ Chimisetts, 25ct grade
you had best be considering a
sixteen and eighteen respectively,
For the evening program our question for debate, because we now...........................................
House and fi aoreH of land well improved having the good old names of Jo
Wilbur, D ouk I bs oounty, O r., for sale.
Fine Handkerchief Linen, re
eiohanRe for property in Myrtle roint anna and Miriam, and an elder son
a t M s . C . Ia. M o o n ’s
Mr. Workmau placed his ness, and meanwhile our hunters duced to 50 and 60 cents.
“Handy,” now almost twenty-one. small.
Butcher’s Linen reduced to 30
Miss Miriam, the oldest daughter, barn at the disposal of the club, and fishermen, girls and all tho rest,
and 40 cents.
You will find the latest in spring and summer Millinery
had had her term or two as “ School but as it was too late for a change, will be busy every day tireing your
Tape Girdle Corsets reduced
mistress,” and as they were all we made the best of it, and for the selves out at all sorts of things.
to.................................... . . . . . r 65 at my store.
bright, up-to-date children, they
Dress Trimming and Fancy Goods in General. Stamp
became valuable aids in the work taka possession of (he school house any day we wish, but that is a trip and Blue.................................
95 ing done to order.
the smaller Clubites must not at
of the T. T. Club during our so which was not far away.
White, Cream and Black all
tempt. It’s a good ten mile tramp,
journ there, the three younger ones
Miss Frankie Faithful, chairman
somewhat dangerous, “ in over Lace, from 20 cents to $2.00
becoming members before we had of the committee then announced and
I’ve been there you see,
been long in camp.
Miriam also the program of the evening, which spots.”
Sanderson Building near the Wharf.
and know that not more than half
taking hold heartily for any work was as follows:
Two for the Price of One.
she could do, but “ Handy,” the
P rogram .
These concluding remarks were
busy bashful young fellow, co jld
We have made arrangements
By the club. not received with rapturous ap
hardly he induced to fill a specta
the publishers of the A M E R
“ I ’m with you once again, ray plause, because thoy all wanted to
tors seat when wo had an entertain
ICAN F A R M E R by which we are
W ade Right into ment.
But he liked me pretty 2— Recitation,
Dnratby Darliug au impossible thing, unless more able to offer this great farm paper
woll, and atko r <• Lit L a got 80
“The bid Maid’s Lament.”
time was spent at it. than wo had and the H e r a l d for the price of
Tho 1903 season will be tho great- used to the thing, that he would 3— Recitation,
Robert Rainfall. to spare.
There was at last a gen the H e r a l d alone— $1.50, for the
bicycle season over known. The not urn away from any of it.
Sunrise on the Alps.”
eral acquiescence in the plan that
ist equippod and most up-to-date
Then there was Ralph Ready 4 — Recitation,
next 30 days. Who will be the
Uncle Robert” should select the
eels that Coquille riders ever laid and bis wife and baby, who wore
Symantha Allen’s Soliloquy.”
first to take advantage of this op
lir eyes on will bo kept in stock always jolly and with us on all oc 5 — Quartette,
Harry Happylund, of the Club amusing themselves in portunity? This is a great offer
right prices, and if you want one casions. Ralph and his wife were Charley Crane,
Amanda Angel, other ways for the day.
for our farmern and dairymen.
young married folks of three or Elffa Epsom.
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The time for adjournment hav
iVo want your trade, and we are four years connubialty. His ranch
‘The Happiest Time is Now.!’
titled to it, because we have joined Mr. Workman’s a mile fur C— Recitation,
H i* l.n s t H o p e R e a liz e d .
Clubites and all, united in sing
>d goods, right prices, and can ther up the river, and as we all
This school, whioh has been in successful operation during eight months
“ The Golden Age of Greece.”
, om the Sentinel, Oebo, Mont. J
ve you well. You don’t expect visited there oue day, we had good
of the past school year, will open its Second Annnal
In the first opening of Oklahoma
Session Monday, October 5, and continue for Eight
f more, but you want that much, proof that the young couple were
getting a good start in the world, 8—
Recitation, Clara Coleman. Meanwhile, dear reader, this true to setlers in 1889, the editor of this
history for It’s continuation, also paper was among the many seekers
Ralph being full of hard days
Sometimes I’ m Thinking.”
The Following Courses aro Offered:
To be brief, try us and our goods,
works, and a lazy hair finding no 9—
By the Club. stands adjourned for one week. after fortune who made the big COMMON SCHOOL,
1 our way of treating you, and if
race one fine day in April. During
abiding place in either of their
Greet You.” Vide H erald July 7, 1903.
l like us try us again. We want
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his traveling about and nfterwnrds
busy heads. They just loved each 10—
.ir business. Enough said.
his camping upon his claim, he en
other a whole lot, dwelling in a
A W o n i l e r l i i l Invention.
countered much bad water, which, Tuition per Term of Twelve Weeks, Payable in advance:
continuous honeymoon, and “ that 11—
By the Club.
It is interesting to note that for together with the severe heat, gave Common School Course, Grades 1 to 4 ................................t 6 0 0
baby,” —ah you all ought to have
“ Good Night, a Loving, Kind,
tunes are frequently made by the him a very severe diarrhoea which
seen her, in order to really know
5 to 7 ................................. 7 50
0 0 3
b a y
invention of articles of minor im it seemed almost impossibleto check,
how a cherub looks.
She was be-
8 . . . . ......................... 8 00
portance. Many of the most pop and along in June the case became Normal Course ................................................................... $8 00 to 10 00
gining to walk and talk( and of
course there never waR another on for the evening, he rushed home ular devices are those designed to so bad he expected to die. One High School Course, Grade 9 to 11 ...............................................8 50
child like it, nor was there, in the and lugged up the baby, followed benefit the people aud meet pop day one of his neighbors brought Academic Course, Grados 12 to 1 3 ............................................... 9 00
by his mother and the rest of the ular conditions, and one of the him one small bottle of Chamber
C. W. PATERSON. Prop.
estimation of it’s doting parents.
Commercial Course, Elementary ...................................................... 10 00
Ralph Ready, with his
And that is the correct thing. wife and baby were also on hand, most interesting of these thvt has lain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Manufacturer of Marble Monument«, Head
It’s natural, and it’s right.
W ho which, with Mr. Woakman’s family, ever been mvented is the Dr. White Remedy ss a last hope. A big dose
Vocal and Instrumental Music 25 cents to 50 cents per Lesson.
stones, Tablets, etc.
oemetery lots enclosed with stone oopinR would love us when we are little if and our own party gave us an
A reasonable redaction will be made to students desiring to take
(Note. especially fu ll house, as well as a These wonderful combs positivly about on the ground in great agony,
or curbing. Iron railings furnished to or it was not “ ma and pa.”
der. Correspondence solicited from parties I put “ ma” first because,
cure dandruff, hair falling out, sick and in a few minutes tho dose was a mixed Course.
very enthusiastic one.
The pro nnd nervous headaches, and when repeated. The good effect of the
iving in the oountry or other towns who
Special inducements will be given to a limited number of teachers
may wish anything in my line of business love never dies.)
gram was rendered with groat eclat, used in connection with Dr. White’s medicine was soon noticed and with
M k M B ififf o
Our first afternoon in our com every one receiving well merited
Certificates and taking the Normal Course.
Electric Hair Brush are positively in an hour the patient was taking
fortable quarters at the Workman applause
No’s. 2—4 —6 being guaranteed to make straight hair his firet sound sleep for a fortnight.
Circulars with full Courses of Study issued soon.
ranch, was spent by every one of particularly commendable, but ev
cuily in 25 days’ time. Thousands That one little bottle worked a com particulars call on or address
To tue TD niortunat©
the Tip Top Club-ers just as they ery one did so well, and this being
of these electrio combs haye been plete cure, and ho cannot help but
.A.. H ^rmj3CET5r, S-u.perinten.<a.en.t.
Our rifle men and “ Sol" the first regular session at Head sold in the various cities o f the
feel grateful. Tho season for bowel
went out for a hunt. Some of the Quarters, onr Friendly (Fannie) UnioD, aud the demand is con
disorders being at hand suggests
others got out their fishing gear, Critic kiudly declared she had no stantly increasing (Jur agents are
T his old reliable and
this item. For sale by R. 8. Knowl
most successful spec- nnd under the lead of Romulus, criticisms to make, except
that rapidly becoming rich selling these ton.
i ialist in San Frncois- ranged up and down the river after
Uncle Robert had failed to produce combs. They positivly sell on
f oo, still continues to
s t e
l p e n s
while still an tho promised story, -(T h at vener sight. Send for sample. Men’s size
i cure all Sexual and
1st, tho steamer
Sem inal Diseases,
other party made themselves busy able man by tho way having given 35c. ladies’ 50c— half price while
Isnch as Oonorrhes- getting acquainted with the prem
recitation entitled, “ Helen, the we are introducing them. See want at 7 o’clock sharp a. m. every day.
l o l e e t j S t r i o t u re,
■ S yp h ilis, in all it, ises, and the young people they Coquette,” ) though his recitation Column of this paper.
The Dr. This change is mafic on account of
THS STANDARD PENS EVERYWHERE.
150 Style» ’ ''•roïîl'ointSr*
■forms, Skin Diseases, found there.
was very amuring and good.
White Electric Comb Co., Decatnr, the Boat having so much milk to
_ leM kj *n »tall»««.
« N e r v o u s Debility,
Impotency , Seminal Weakness and Loss of
As for me, I got out my writing
“ But I was not down for both III.
carry that she can’t get to tho
Manhood, the consequence of self-abuse material, and with the aid of Miss
my dear,” said Uncle Robert,—“ tho
creamery in proper time to leave
ami exccaea producing the following aympa
and Secret“ 1? Frankie story will keep, and I had my
toms: Sallow connUnancc , dark spots nn- Miriam
A F a r m e r Nlralicliteiie<l O u t .
any later than tho time above men
daTthe eves, pain in the head. n S g i.g in Faithful, formulated
option you know,” whereupon the
C a r l B ros .,
the ear*, loss of oonfldenoe. di h x '
cheered be cam« in a short time ago completely
H. E. James,
approaolkig strangers, RC.''
; ■ <• * -y Jor the evening, consisting of songs club laughed aud
heart, weakness of the
■ '■ •>
cause their critic had come down doubled up with rheumatism.
recitations, and a recitation or
of memory, pimples on
story, or both from Uncle Robert. on “ old Unk,” the very first one, handed him a bottle of Chamber
an ted . — Live agents to sell Dr.
We also put the Constitution and
lain’s Pain Balm and told him to
DR . G IBBON has prac'n J
By Laws in shape for signing, so having the floor, went on to say use it freely, nnd if not satisfied White’s Electrio Combs, patented
oisoo over 3 7 y e a r s a n 3 t h o s e t 1
not fail to consult him andToo •
that at last, the names of all the that he thought the next meeting after using it he need not pay a Jan. 1,’99. Cure dandruff, hair fall
fit of his great skill and exp»
/ , > T, Y. Clubites would appear in cold should be devoted to business, cent for it,” says C. P. Rayder, of ing out sick aud nervous headaches,
octor cures when others f a it 1 **
yet costs no more thau an ordinary
signing the Constitution and By Pattens Mills, N. Y.
CURES G U A R A N T E E D . p e* o
“ A few days
Selk on sight.
at home. Charges reason ab le/ •
later he walked into the store as are wild with success. ScudGO cts
In due time the returns began to
D R . J . F . ojti
Of the fishing party morrow evening, and the election straight as as a string and handed for sample (half price).
B25 Kearney street. 8 in Pr.i ncisco
nothing had been pulled out of the o f new members, after which, if me a dollar saying, ‘give me an quick.
Tho Dr. White Electric
other bottl6 of Chamberlain’s Pain Comb Co., Decatur, III.
I river, except Billy Billings, who
out any regular program, there Balm.
I want it in the house all
was unlucky enough to slip off
the time for it cured me.”’
i log into the “drink” with no more
FOR S A L E - One hundred and
serious result than a good ducking. hunting story in which he was the sale by R. 8. Knowlton.
One and one-half
He was quite well dried out before principal actor,
million feet white codar logs, also
“ But you promised us a tear
j returning. Of the hunting party—
2000 smaller trees suitable for pil The only Sewing Machine that
R-I-P-A-N-S Tab ales
up spake several
ing and telephone poles.
Situ Ota nit fail in any point.
; some were quite sure they had just story, Uncle,”
ROTARY MOTION AND BALL BEARINGS.
The lightest rnn
raiseed seeing a bear, or a crougar, voices at once.
A good prescription
RAPID--%>saves about one day in three
Inquire r,f L. R. Edmunds, Fisb- niDg maehine in the world.
a deer, or some other aniro&l on
“ Yes dears, and you shall have
sewing that much faster thau any vjprating shuttle sowing machine
laral occasions, as they had heard it, but we must first reach a time
The 5-oent packet ia enough for nanal oc-
Mote time is saved, more nn ney earned.
a fearful crackling of brush nnd when you are all pretty well worked rAroona. The family bottle (00 cental con
Quiet anddnrable. The rotary motion doe eway with noise and
I asked Hoi what he out, for the ‘war story’ is enough tains a supply for a Tear. All ilmpgiats
T o «lire « « old
O n e l»nj .
! «e|l them.
thought about it, aud Sol’s cad for an entire evening
lake Laxative llroiuo Quinine Tablets wear paused by th« forward iyid 'f«ackware movement pf the shuttle,
()oaat at 933 Marke) fti, Sau fraurixoq
»4 th* •>*“»•» if
fa to General nffico for. |lif>
averous visage expanded with
one tell what day of the week this
for butter boT.es and ( ’ube*, tra Au
‘ *rin, Myingi
1 1**" Then there wa* a |nt of four ' to I tt, rtxh, Coqwllj?.
* ß f 1
W: Hi «HORTt
On a Mountain Irail.
i s t
Curtis Snook, D. D. S.
G. D. Holden,
John F. Hall,
"Them boys is jes’ no shucks a
huntin'. I jea’ kept uv a tellin’ um
ter keep still, but golly ter snips,
tha wus too full fur anythin’, hol
lerin’ an’ Bing’u' nuf ter skeer all th’
game off’n a mile square.
hev ter giv um sum less’ns in keepin
still, er tha’ll never see no game,
thout it’s on th’ run.
Roland tha’d jest skeer the gump
tions wits out'n a bear in less’n no
Thay’d never see anythin
ii'oor’n his tail vanisbin’ threw
th brueb, but thay’ll be th boss
good fellers, an we had n hole lot
I kin reckon thay’ll do
better huntin the nex’ time we
“There boys, is wisdom f( r you,
and from my own youthful exper
ience I know how useless it is to
carry a gun, and go hunting unless
Half of hunting, yes
two thirds of it consists in keeping
still, and to-morrow such o f you as
go out, must go with that intent
or you had better not go at all.
shall make Sol captain of the hunt
ing squad, and you must obey or
and BOX FACTORY
D ro n e &
Cash Paid for Hides in any Quantity
Hudson & Haynes,
M r s . C . IV L o o n
Leep & Fish.
ail Stoae Works
Wheeler & Wilson
Three Times the
Value of Aqy