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one of the most important on elec
Myrtle Point Items.
B U SIN E S S NOTICES.
tion day. I heard him say that he
E ditok H erald — Items are sca-ce
Shredded whole-wheat biscuits at
bad voted the Republican ticket for
and Mrs. S. B. Her-! Drone's.
forty y ears, and expected to vote this week—.Mr.
i Remember F. Wilson runs a first-
WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1005.
that thicket as tong as he lived. He mann s little th ree-year-old d a u gh ter class bakery
t lorget that Strung keeps Shoes
knew nothing about tbe principles Dorothy met with a serious accident of Don’
Mental Training for Good Citi- of that party, and tbe only reason
Fresh bread, pies, cakes ami i I uuk I i * ¡
he could give for voting that way the little one got hold o f some nuts at F. Wilson’s.
A good Winchester Rifle (or sale
was because his father always did. matches and set fire to her clothing,
The meutal and tbe moral train Of course this is an extreme case Her hair was burned on one side, cheap. Inquire at this office.
As fine a line of negligee shirts as ever
ing for good citizenship arc ho very | in Oregon anyway.
and her face also, both arms nnd her came to tow n, at Z. C. Strang's.
closely allied that it ia somewhat
A piano for sale on easy terms.
As tbe child gets much of his stomach. But for the fact that she take
part in trade. Knquirc at this I
difficult to know just where to draw training in school, a large responsi had on a woolen dress and skirt her office.
the line, for wo seldom have the one bility rests upon the teacher. But burns would have been much more
Full line of fine, fresh groceries and I
C a ll and look over our Stock and be Convinced.
without the other. But the moral how much easier it is when she has serious Mrs Hermann had just left canned goods has just been received at
training, is to some ex*eut, depend the hearty co-operation of the par the children and gone into the
fine carpet and rug weaving ap-j
house when the catastrophe oc ply For
ent upon the other.
A gems fo r Chas. A. Struens Ready-made and Made-to-meas
ents and school board.
to Mrs. K. Holverson.of the Mc
When our Missionaries go out to
Let us strive to do wbat is in our
ure Tailor Suits. Shirt waist suits, etc.
Call and see the swell line of Muslin
convert the heathen, they find their power to educate tbe boys and girls, but cannot tell yet how badly she is
Underwear at Mrs. Nosier’». They are
work greatly handicapped by the and thus bring about an even bet injured, as she was immediately put beautiful and prices iust right.
under an anesthetic.
illiterate condition of the people ter state of civilization.
Ovama Silk and other wash fa hrics
Mrs. E- E. Bender has been jor Spring anil Summer wear, the latest
where they are working, and before
much worse since last issue, and has patterns, arrived at Kanemata’s.
Criminal Co art.
they can accomplish anything at all
Brown Leghorn eggs from prize-win
obliged to give up her inten
A fine lot o f shingles— first-class
must go down to the very lowest
ning stock, at $1.00 ner setting or $.5.00
State of Oregon vs. George Law- tion of teaching.
per hundred. J C W atson , Ooquille. in quality, three tom o f barley and
round of the ladder and establish
Hon. Geo. M. Brown atty for
The North Bend ladies may have
Mrs. Nosier has just received her line one of the best milch cows in tbe
schools and classes whore both
F or particulars enquire at
of Ladies Muslin Underwear, consisting county
A private H ospital w ell e q u ip p e d fo r the treat
children and grown people may be
of Skirts, Chemise, Drawers, Corset the H erlad office.
but the first Improvement Club was Covers, etc.
taught something aside from the
m ent of* s u r g ic a l and m e d ical d ise a se s.
Monday morning at 9 a. m. set as organized 15 years ago and at that
lessons and morals found in the
White Rocks, eggs
time to plead. Plead guilty. Wed time the fence was built and pavil- $1.00 per 13. Leave orders with P. E.
T ra in e d N u rs e s in A ttendance.
nesday at 9 a. m. set at time to pass lion erected. The present club is Drane, or write me. F. M. Gavaaz,
As the citizens are, so is the na
P hoto - - S tu d io
sentence. Sentenced to three years not a resurrection of the old one,
tion; thus in our most highly civiliz
For In form ation A dd ress
Odds and E n d s J . S. Kanematz is
in the penitentiary.
At Myrtle Point
ed countries we find the best educat
closing out a few odds and ends in china
State of Oregon vs. Robt. Graham
and glassware at one-half the regular Docs finest up-to-date work at low
ed people. Indeed we need not go
M arshfield, O regon
prices. Don’ t miss this op|iortunitv.
and Joe Schrimsher. Information
Big Strike in Greenhorn.
out of our own country to find this
est prices. “ Courteous treat
charging crime of larcency in a
ment" to all. We sell plates,
In some of our Southern
A P o s it iv e N e e e ss lly
warehouse. Hon. Geo. M. Brown,
Sumpter, Or., March 27.— Big ex
films, cameras and ail supplies.
states, the education of the children
Having to lay upon my bed for
district attorney appearing on be citement reigns here today over a
is not compulsory, consequently, a
Printing and finishing for amateurs
half of the state. Arraigned April wonderful strike in the Greenhorn
great many are not able to read and
22. Monday at 1 p. m. set as time to district, made by Edward Gilkey leg, I only found relief when I used
write. In one school, in a neigh
plead. C. F. McKnight appointed and Samuel Kershaw, on the Bel a bottle of Ballard’s Snow Lini
C. H. S IM P S O N ,
borhood where I was teaching,
attorney for Robert Graham. Nine mont group, near the Morning mine. ment. I can cheerfully recommend
CHAS. M00MAW. Prop.
a family Lad recently moved in from
a. m. Tuesday was set for trial of They haae cleaned up ¡¡¡3,000 in four it as the best medicine for bruises
one of these states. Six children,
Schrimsher, who entered plea of not days. The gold is on exhibit here ever sent to the afflicted. It has
ranging from seven to nineteen
Opposite Hotel Coquille,
now become a positive necessity
guilty, Robt. Graham plead guilty today.
years of age were, for the first time
and 1 p. m. Tuesday set as time to
The Belmont group consists of upon myself.
started to school. It is something
D, R. Byrnes. Merchant, Dovers- All work done in up-to-date style
pass sentence. Joe Schrimsher en seven claims, and the strike wag
unusual to see grown people read
and guaranteed first-class.
Texas. 25c, 50c and $1.00.
ters plsa of guilty and both received made from surface work. The
ing from the primer and first reader.
sentence of one year each.
ledge is eight feet wide, as far as Sold by R. S. Knowlton.
Those children had been put to
State of Oregon vs, Edwin Old. proven, with pay streaks one foot
work in the faotory about the time
man, Walter Oldman and Izora wide coming in. The ledge was
they were old enough to start to
Cecelia Oldland, charged with lar first opened March 19.
school, earning from 35 to 50 cents
A petition signed by 07 citizens
ceny of a steer. Geo M. Brown,
The ore consists of quartz with
a dny. Such is true of many of the
voters o f the city of Coquille,
district atty, for state, J. M. Upton wire gold thickly sprinkled all
boys and girls of that, and neigh
and Judge Geary appeared for de through. The clean-up will be was filed with the City Recorder on
fendants, A rain* ued April 22. tune saut to Portland for display at the the 25th day o f April, 1905, asking
that tne name o f A. W . Varuev be
We are glad to say that we do not a. m Thursday set as time to plead Lewis and Clark Fair.
placed upon the city ticket as an
find bu h conditions prevailing
Plea of not guilty entered by each
H e r b ln e .
Independent candidate, for the office
our own state.
While our high of the defendants.
D E A L E R IN
Will overcome indisgestion and of City Recorder.
schools are not yet up with those of which failed to agree. Bail fixed at
dyspepsia; regulate the bowels and
Mr. Varney has accepted the nom
many other states, we are making ¡8500 continued for term.
cure liver and kidney complaints. ¡nation, and is an excellent man for
rapid strides of advancement in that
State of Oregon vs jack Hartley,
direction, and our public school Hys charged with assault and battery. It is the best blood enriclier and the office.
tern, complete and thorough, is one Arraigned April 27th Plea of guilty invigorator in the world. It is pure
ly vegetable, jierfectly harmless,
K e e p y o u r bow els regu lar by the
of which we
/'justly 1 m proud. outereu. Pined $50.00.
and should you be a sufferer from use o f C liaiiih crlairi’ s S tom a ch and
It is not necessary to compare our
disease, you will use it if you are L iver T ablets. T h ere is n oth in g
citizens with those of the more ig-
B a n k President a Defaulter.
better. F or «¡ile bv R. 8 . K n ow lton .
nurant states. We find all we want
Attention! W o o l G row ers— VV. T.
to know in reading a few of the pa
K e rr will make contracts and cash
ad ranees for v.iu r wool.
First National Bank of this city and Fla. writes; I have used your Her-
The mental training is begun
ex-president of the American Bank bine in my family, and find it a
when the child is quite young. It
FR A T E R N A L ORDERS.
ers’ Association, bas defaulted the mose excellent medicine. Its ef
has been said that a child has half
bank’s fun Is to the extent of $1,- fects upon myself have been a
his education when he is tivo years
QOQUILLE LODGE. NO. 53, I. 0. 0. F
C O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N
500,000. The directors of the hank marked benefit. Sold by R. S
old, while the Catholics say, “ Give
Meets every Saturday night.
have deposited in the hank a sum Knowlton.
me a child until he is five years old
G eo . II B axter , N. G.
sufficient to make the institution
J. S . L a w r e n c e , S e c ’ v.
and you may have him if you can
Norman Williams and George W.
Mr. Bigelow has
get him." Then how very essential
Lauth are to hang. The Supreme Q0QUILLE ENCAMPMENT, NO. 25, I. 0. 0. F.
not yet been arrested.
that children should have proper
Court has confirmed the judgment
- - »
Meets the first and third Thursday
training when small. As many of
of the trial courts in their respective nights in each month.
Gen Alger Stricken.
J. J. S tasmsy , C. P.
our schools are not yet supplied
cases. Both of these men are slay
Detroit, April 23 — Returning ers of women, and therefore coward I. H acker , Scribe.
with the kinder-garten department,
Chicago tonight. United States ly as well as brutal murderers. |y|AMIE REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 20.
this training must be done in the
home. Just how this should be Senator Russell Alger was stricken Both, previous to the commission
Meets the second and fourth Wednes
done, I shall not attempt to say, but with apoplexy in his private car nud of the crimes for which they are to day nigtits in each month.
Mas. M arvix L yons , N. G.
This is bang, lived lives of vicious debauch
leave it for some one having had lies in a grave condition.
M rs . M amie S laole , Sec’y. ,
experience in that line.
I once the second attack lie has suffered ery
Both had sinned grievously
heard a noted Evangelist say that this year. Senator Alger was sec against the women whom they slew. QHADWICK LODGE, NO. B8, A. F. A A. M
when he was twenty years old he retary of war under President Mc If either possesses a real redeeming
Meets the Saturday night on or tie-
could tell a man just how to raise a Kinley and won the title of Rriga- trait of character, nobody is able to fore the full moon.
.T. H. C ecil W. M.
family, but after he had raised one dier-Genernl in the Civil War.
discern the fact. Norman Williams J. J. L amb , Sec’ y.
himself, he didn’ t have anything
and George W. Lauth richly de
more to say about it. While I am Robbery and Murder in Eureka serve to be hanged. The world will gEULAH CHAPTER, NO. 6, 0. E. S.
Meets next Fi ¡day night.
not like this man was, it does seem
be rid of them.—Oregonian.
Eureka, Cal.. Apr. 27—Upou
M rs . K athryn S i . aole , W . M.
pitiful to me, to see sweet innocent
M rs . M amie S i . aole . Sec’ y.
U t o w m k A r is e * n u ll I’ ii I ii *
quenching a fire which was consum
children asking questions that only
ing her home this morning, the
Mrs. Josie Sumner, Breinond, [JfCURCUS LODGE, NO. 72, K. P.
children enn nsk, only to be scolded
dead body of Mrs. Patrick Ruinn Tex. writes, April 15, 1902 “ I have
Meets the second and fourth Tuesday
for talking too much, or worse still,
was found on the floor, the lower used Ballard’s Snow Liniment in nights eacli month in Odd Fellows' hall.
to be turned away by some out
A. F. L ineoar , C .C .
half of the remains burned to n my family for three years. I would
V. R. W ilson , K . R. S.
landish story, which, in time to come
B ill Heads.
not be without it in the house. I
is enough to shake the faith of the
child in all mankind. Remember i The woman's skull was fractured,
Meets the second and fourthWednes- ]
growing pains and aches in her
the child is now receiving his men and three wounds on the neck and
dav nights of each month in W . O. W . I
knees. It cured her sight away. hall.
tal training, and it is just as easy to
I have also used it for frost bitten
F rko S i - aole , M. W .
explain to him something about the I been the motive for the murder.
feet, with good success. It is the O. F. R ohrer , Rec.
moon as to say it is made of green
Laredo, Tex., via Bermuda, Tex., best liniment I ever used." 25c, 50c |MPERIAl L0D6E. NO. II. 0. OF H
Meets the first and third Wednesday
April 29.— This city was last night and $1.00. R. S. Knowlton.
nights each month in Woodman hall.
After children are started to visited by a terrific tornado. The
. B iroie 8 keels , C. H.
school, they are taught to think ami ! loss of life is estimated at between j Hotel and livery stable (or sale. Both Miss I rene M L rs
amb , Rec.
buildings in good condition; 16 rooms in
act for themselves. Now, the best 20 and 25 persons, and tbe damage hotel,
12 bedrooms. All rooms fur
Up-to-date Work Delivered
teachor is considered the one who to property is large. The storm nished. 24 stalls in stable. $1,000 U Y R T IE CAMP, NO. 197, YY. 0. YY.
down, balance on easy payments.
teaches the child to think. They began after midnight. Rain fell in further information call on or address
nights of eacli month.
with Neatness and
are now being trained to become torrents, accompanied by heavy hail. E. M. Furman, the Piano Man, Marsh
R ort . B crns , C. C.
our future citizens and leaders. In The wind began blowing ot hurri- !
, t . G. S immons , clerk.
Chinn, the boys are taught to do cane velocity, nud signs, roofs and
QOQUILIE COUNCIL. NO 399. F. A. A.
just as their parents did, nnd we all doors began to fly through tho air.
Meets the second and fourth T h n rs-1
day nigtits of each month in O ld Fel
consider China one of the most non The wiud wrought havoc with
In the T h om pson P h oto G a llery lows’ hall.
progressive nations in the world. houses, telegraph poles, shade trees
D r . G eo . R ussell , Pres.
we will be please,! to have y ou call M rs . C has . H arrington . Sec'v.
What we want is independence. To and everything that came within
am! in sp ect ou r pictures. O u r d is
illustrste the point- I once knew its path.
JjYENING TIDE CIRCLE. NO. 2U. W. 0. YY.
play is a sam ple o f the grad e o f
a man who was chairman of the
Meets the second and fonrth Satur
w ork we do.
day nights of each month.
school board where I was teaching.
Coal Miners Wanted. — D. 8.
W o make a speciality in baby sit-
M r *. law L ineoar . G . S .
Ho was a very ignornnt. person, so House, miwriuteudent of the Co-
Mrs. M. McDonald. Clerk.
ignorant that when he signed the quille Co'- nine at Riverton, is now ti igs and guarantee. satisfaction we
teacher's contract, he had to make in shap to employ several more w ill also be here the 3rd week o f JUSTUS LODGE. NO 35. RATHB0NE SISTERS
IN C O N N E C T IO N W I T H H E R A L D .
men af -;o t cay
A Til. and in M yrtle P oin t th e 2nd
Meets the first and third Tuesday
his mark. (You can’t always get mm
nights Mob month in Odd Fellows' hall.
of education as directors in tin-
Bee those baby bonnets at Mrs. Per
M s,. A nnie L awrence , M. E. C. I
E. G arrett , Photographer
Mss. I nez C hase , M. of R. S.
country schools) but this man was rott's.
A MATTER OFHkAiJh
The place to buy
Dry Goods at Right Prices.
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
MISS L. G. GOULD. SUPERINTENDENT.
w . Horsfall, M. D„
Coquille Tonsorial Parlors,
Boot & Shoe
¿m om ovm
Flooring, Rustic and all kinds o f Finishings and Mouldings
Constantly on hand.
Deliveries made promptly by either water or rail.
W e have all Grades and Prices Accordingly.
JO B W O R K
First W bb K ia May!
C. O. DRYDEN,