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T r a v e l b y S ea
Wherever the land is white or
B U S I N E S S N O T IC E S .
clay like the roads have been roun 1-
Departures north by Alliance,
Shredded whole-wheat biscuits at
, ed uii and w ill not be graveled.
They become compact aud hard,
Don’t lorget that Strang keep« Shoes
W E D N E S D A Y , M AY 10, l!tor>.
and make the best roads in the Hurtle anil wife, Ivan Hess, A G of all hinds.
As tine a lino o( negligee shirts as ever
county. Where the laud is low, Cox and wife, A Wilson, Hayes
W a rn in g Th at id T im e ly
roads are rounded up with line r. topic, Mrs J D Clinton, A E Dick, came to tow n, at 7. C . StrangV
v.,.1, T -,.i
A piano for sale on easy terms
-..n, F W Zinn,
...A p part
.r T trade.
le,°" Enquire at this
N" al‘ Taylor.
But few day» «go the Portland
Traveler»’ Aid A»»oeiation of this
MeCully, Mabel Fairchilds, Mrs E
Full line of tine, fre-h groceries and
J im m y B ritt Cham pion
city annouuccd the prepaition of a
h*'’ i,,st h"e" r‘‘ceiv<'’ 1 ,lt
Faiachilds, 8 Hickman, T L Owen, j
large number of leaflets and pla
San Francisco, May C.— James
\ Duffe.v, 1» U BUru, G L> Halley
For tine carpet and rug weaving ap-
cards, to bo distributed in the var Britt, of California, became light
and wife, S B C"X, Mrs W 8 Hagen, s ply to Mrs. K. 11 ol verson, of the Mc-
ious center» of population, warning weight champion of tiro world last
l»-nX- ! A darn» place.
K B Henry, A B Daly,
unskilled and unemployed young night when he knocked out Jaboz
Call and wee the swell line of Muslin
and 2 steerage.
Underwear at Mrs. Nosler’s. They are
women against coming to Portland White, of England, at the close of
beautiful ami prices just right.
to seek positions simply because it a magnificent ‘Jo round battle
A m ..Is by ltoauoke from Fort-
Agents fo r Cbas. A. Str-uens Ready-made and Made-to-meas
is Exposition year. It is the pur
.i d, Mnv lit C A Lyons, ami wife, uing stock, at $1.00 t>er setting or $.1,00
\\ ith just ‘JO seconds to go, Britt
pose to set forth the fact that such h o o k e d the Englishman with liis
A 15. ck. ■) W Hoover, G Laird, S j
hur,lred* J ( ’
ure Tailor Suits. Shirt waist suits, etc.
r s p / v i'
t» v i>* i> ... i I Mrs. Nonler has just received her line
Held of labor will be greatly over left on the j .w and the foreign» i
‘ 11 tr?
R** b ard«,. nf Ladioi* Muslin Under wear, consisting
Such warning is timely went to the mat, where he lay flat M 1, Tower, J Smith and wife, L C of Skirts, Chemise, Drawers, Corset
and the hope is that it will prove on his back for eight seconds. Schafer, E M Lyons and wife, M A Covers, etc.
White then staggered to his feet, Hood, \Y W Gatchell, VV J Nelligau,
F o r S ale
I t is very natural that many but was powerless to defend him Mrs M D Cutlip, Geo Barker, P
A fine lot of shingles— first-class
young women should be attracted self, and Britt swung right and left Erickson, wife and two children.
In Portland, Oregon, May 5,1905, in quality, three tom of barley and
to an Exposition city, in the belief to the jaw.
Mrs. Martha A. McCormic, aged one of the b e st rn ilcb cow s in the
The referee, to save
co u n ty
F o r p a rtic u la rs e n q u ire at
that remunerative employment is to the plucky Englishman from need
Those W A L K -O V E R 73 years.
the H e b l a d office.
Shoes were born and
be had merely for the asking. This less punishment, stopped the con
Mrs. MoCormac was the wife of
bred in a first-class fac Rev, J. McCorraao of Astoria, and
is a mistaken notion, nevertheless; test, while he was still on his feet,
tory. They were made mother of Mrs. W. S. Duniway, of
dangerously so, in fact, as that leaning up against the ropes in a
young women may realize whose helplesg condition.
for a first-class man— Portland, J. W.
that’s you. For sale by Astoria, anil Dr. J. T. McCormac,
ambitious mission results in failure,
White was carried to his corner
W. T. K E R R A CO.
and who finds herself without cm. aud in a few minutes revived suffi
of this city. Her death was not en
At Myrtle Point
For Information Address
tirely unexpected, although she bad Does finest up-to-date work at low
plovment, means, friends or protec ciently to make a little speech, in
been ill but a short time. Mrs. Mc
tion in acity likePortland.with a great which he said: “ I fought the best I
est prices. ‘ ’Courteous treat
Cormac had beeu a resident, of Ore
Exposition in full swing. The risks knew how and received fair play.
ment'’ to all. W e sell plates,
I would respectfully announce to gon for more than fifty years, having
incident to such a step are not to be Britt is evidently the better man.”
films, cameras and a l supplies.
the citizens of Coquille that I have
come to the coast from Baltimore, Printing and finishing for amateurs
complacently contemplated by those
opened a shop on Front street, next
of the gentler sex who are endowed
to the bicycle store, for repairing Maryland, by way of the Isthmus
Japan G iv in g B a tti«
shoes. All work entrusted to me of Panama in the year 1853, and
with plenty of moral stamina and
Pebg Hushieug, May 6.— Oyamn will be promptly and neatly done having resided in the state almost
who have Borne knowledge of the
O. H. S IM P S O N ,
at reasonable prices. I alsb keep continuously since that time.— Coast
world, while to the inexperienced has began active operations on the
CHAS. MOOMAW, Prop.
leather and shoe findings for sale.
not so equipped there is positive Russian left, and indications are
R. W. O sbocne .
that the Japanese are preparing an
menace iu the situation.
Opposite Hotel Coquille,
It would bo well if the Portland offensive movement on a largo scale.
Travelers’ Aid Association called at Another general battle is believed
R. C. Lee, who has been in the
tention in its warning to the unfor- to be imminent.
employ o f the W . R. Haines Music All work done in up-to-date style
a n ! guaranteed first-clAss.
tunato fact that young women of havo concentrated their heavy col-
Company the past feiv months, is
A MATTER OF HEALTH
The place to buy
Dry Goods at Right Prices.
& a k i N 0
C a l! and look o ve r ou r S to ck and be C on vin ced .
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
I I HORSFALL HOSPITAL
MISS L. G. GOULD. SUPERINTENDENT.
P h o to
S tu d io
A private Hospital well equipped for the treat
ment of su rgical and medical diseases.
Trained N urses in Attendance.
Wm. Horsfall, M. D.,
Coquille Tonsorial Parlors,
Boot & Shoe
the city who now have employment
as clerks, stenographers and the
like havo 'cause to complain of the
conditions which the cupidity of the
landlord and boarding-house pro
prietor promises to impose. • these
umns near the ueighborhoo 1 of the
Liao river, and the advance fore»-.-.
are already in contact with the Rus-
sian guard on tli9 main i >ad from
Gakonren to Basinoti Chen.
day the Japanese c ivalrv irta-kod a
latter, evidnntlv believing tIs it there force of 0 issi"!:», an 1 for.- » 1 them
f » fi;!»
fiit r v
is to be b it one '.a ir in I'orllau i, to retire
that the prosent year of the Exposi
tion, aud after that the deluge, h we Palitoun, from which tue Russians
signified their intention of advanc ha 1 fie 1.
Any person cutting Timber or no longer connected with tit«, con
Bark of any description on the lauds cern, and is not authorized to make
of the Southern OregoD Company any collections or solicit for the
or removing same, or other property makes o f any piano :r instruments
from said lands, without being duly carried by the W . R Haines Music
authorized in writing, will be Pros- Company.
W R. H a i n e s .
i ute 1 according to law.
p • • ia fa • d fi»i ig tuffi dent
t vid. noe for the recovery of proper-
iy so taken and conviction
o f the
-'t- • ••?*- ..
£*«»*! tir e
ly. It is the condition, however,
and not the ethical desire, that the
wage-e lrning young woman of Port
land who does not live at homo has
to face. The more clearly this con
dition is understood by her sisters
abroad infinitely better will it bo
for all concerned.
N e w P la n fo r B e tte r R oad s
president; Win. Rohm treasurer, ; I of the World, exteuds its sincere
and L. E Brown secretary. A e
thanks to all neighbors aud friends
mitteo consisting of Win Rohm •vlio so kindly assisted iu the me-
Wm. Kav and Henry Collier was i "orinl exercises in honor of our
elected to manage the construction lnmente 1 H ail C >nsul Commander,
of the above line
[t was decided F. A. Falkenberg.
to commence work immediately and i
U. S. K nowlton ,
push it to completion as soon as
W. H. M aniwll ,
possiblo. W e have subscribed $210
already, besides the business men of
Coquille have insured us tint they
will furnish the wire
T h e work
commenced Monday morning and if
the wire and other supplies are or.
hand in time, we will linvc the line
completed on June 1st. All parties
.vialiing to put a ’phone in tlirir
house should give notice as soon
Albany, Or., May (>.— Some of the
b» st road work in Oregon is being
done on the roads of Linn County.
The work is systematic and uniform
throughout the entire county. Last
spring thoCounty Court,in fixing ap
portionment of money s for road pur
poses, offered ns an additional in
ducement to build good roads that
Wm. Howell is now hauling logs
every district which by subscription for George Martin.
Fri. -r landing
should raise $100 would bo given is iu front o f F e r r y ’s
o in the!
$100 by the county.
center o f our town.
Many or the districts took advan
tage of this offer, and not content
with raising $100, doubled that
amount, the county producing its
hereby « iven t !»fi* th * part
proper proportion. As a result, more nereliip heretofore oxiatinif Ix'twoei
money lias been spent improving Stephen !« Min*r 1 ani B. Folsom, .lf>-
the roads of Linn Countv this year ing basineM under iho limi nim e ol
Minanl A FoI<»om h ia l»een »liaolre t. VÌ
than ever before, ami the money has
bill«, notes Mint arcr unta «tue nr t»i l>e
been spent to some purpose, beeau-e come iln«* eai<l part i»»r;<hip ar*» hereby
the work i uniform throughout the Miii ie pa.»*.!*! * t * sai> B Folaom: and all
obligation? of ?ai l p
J. J. S tanley ,
« « ro w in g A ch e« m ill P a in *
Mr.». Josie Sumner, Bremond,
Tex. writes, April 15, 1902 “ I have
ii- 1 Ballard’s Snow Linim ent in
iny fam ily for three yearn. I would
not lie without it in the house. I
have used it on my little girl for
-.trowing pains and aches in her
k n ee«. It cured her right away.
I have also used it for frost bitten
feet, with goal success. It is the
best liniment I ever used.” 25c, 50c
and $1.00. It. 8. Knowlton.
Hotel and livery stable for sale. Roth
h ridings in good condition; lit rooms in
; ho'-1. 12 (»elrooms. All rooms fur
to- u I. 24 stalls in stable. $1,000
■ loan, hai wire on ea9y payments. For
fun1 -r information i-afl <>n or address
! M Furman, the I’ian.. 'tan. Marsli-
fio! I» Dr., ,.r .it this office.
TIM Week m May!
H aving to lay upon my bed for
parties concerned, will be given one- 14 days from a severely bruised
Twenty miles to the west a force halfvof the property recovered,
ing room reut and the priceof board
leg, I only found relief when I used
SOUTHERN O r e g o n COMPANY.
uutil their working-girl patrouB of Russians was engaged m aking e
a bottle of Ballard's Snow L in i
_______ — _______
have come to regard the Fair as a reconnoiter, and ran into a Japanese :
ment. I can cheerfully recommend
detriment to their welfare. Many ambush. All except five of the par-
e indisgestion and
of these’young women declare that
[dyspepsia; regulate the bowels and
, after they pay the advanced price of
tire' ilver and kidney complaints.
, H i h a v o
left from a
is the beat blood enricher and
week’s wages but a fraction of u dol
Tbo Riverton saw mill is now
lar for clothing and incidental ex running at full capacity. They are j invigorator in the world. It is pure-
i Iv vegetable, perfectly harmless,
turniug out some splendid lumber.
and should you be a sufferer from
The facts, if forcibly brought to
Joseph Ferry started steam in the j disease, you
you will use it if you are
the attention of young women who
boilers at his mine last week.
erroneously believe that during the
is now pumping out the water.
R. N Andrews. Editor and Mgr.
approaching summer Portland will
Dr. RnSsell, o f Coquille, mo le a
>a and Rock ledge News, Cocoa,
be a veritable industrial Mecca
professional call in town last week.
writes; I have used your Her-
should be beneficially discouraging
He was called iu to see Mrs. Post
in mv family, and find it a
These are not pleasant facts, even
i xcellent medicine. Its ef-
for Portland people to contemplate.
Mr. Ferris, the ped Her, is here • u up in myself have been a
It is indeed pitiable that any con
marked benefit. Sold by R. S.
siderable class of persons should listributing hi« goods.
The share holders in a proposed Knowlton.
allow the mighty dollar to tread so
closely upon the heel of their con telephone line which is I > connect
Card o i Thanks.
science or perhaps more accuratelv, Riverton with Coquille, met last j
trample conscience under foot entire Sat'—day and elected ()
Myrtle Camp, No. 197, Woodmen
èt&oKwoym. WF oi } spiiE.^
D E A L E R IN
Flooring, Rustic and all kinds of Finishings and Mouldings
it as the best medicine for bruises
ever sen', to the afflicted. It has
now bi'cono a positive necessity
). R. Byrnes, Merchant, Dovers-
ville, Texas. ‘Joe, 50c and $1.00.
Sold by It. S K'lOivltim.
FR A T E R N A L O R D E R S .
Constantly on hand.
Deliveries made promptly by either water or rail.
W e have all Grades and Prices Accordingly.
LODGE, NO. 53, I. 0 0. F
C O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N
Mee1 - e-fry Saturday night.
U kiv . H B axter , N. (i.
.J. s. L awrence , Sec'v.
QOQUIllE ENCAMPMENT. NO. 25, I. 0. 0. F.
Meets the first and third Thursday
nights in each month.
J. J. S tanley , C. P.
I. H acker , Scribe.
|y|AMIE REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 20.
Meets the second and fourth Wednes
day nights in each month.
M rs . M a r vin L yons , N. G.
M rs . M amie S la g l e , Sec’y.
0HADWICK LODGE, NO. 6«. A F. A A. M
Meets the Saturday night on or be
fore the full moon.
J. H. C ecil W. M.
J. J. T. amr , Sec’ y.
The Finest to be had in
0EULAH CHAPTER, NO. 6, 0. E. S.
Coos County at the lowest
Meets next Friday night.
M rs . K a t h r y n S lag le , W. M.
M rs . M amie S i . ag le . Seo’ y.
I^TCUROUS LODGE, NO. 72, K P.
Meets the second and fourth Tuesday
nights each month in Odd Fellows’ hall.
A. F. L inegar , C. C.
V. R. W il so n , K. K. S.
B ill Heads.
QOQUILLE LODGE, NO. 127, A. 0. U. W.
Meets the second and fourthWednes-
dav nights of each month in W. O. W .
F red S lag le , M. W.
O. F. K ohrer , Ree.
|MPERIAL L0D6E, NO. II, D. OF H.
Meets the first and third Wednesday
nights each month in Woodman hall.
M rs . R irdie S k ekls , C. H.
M iss I rene L amb , Rec.
Up-to-date Work Delivered
|yjrRTLE CAMP. NO. 197, W. 0. W.
Meets the first and third Saturday
nights of each month.
R obt . B urns , C. C.
with Neatness and
J. I i. S i m m o n s . Clerk. ____ _______
QOQUIllE COUNCIL NO. 399. F. A A.
Meets the second and fourth Thtrrs- '
day nights of each month in Odd Fel- 1
In the Thompson Photo Gallery
H r . O ro . R csskll , Pres.
Oi e of the actions looking to, •‘•1 in tin* :urri-’’MPn* of ipAmiliition are Uu w i’l 1>" pleased I » have von call M rs . CrtAS. H arrinoton . Fec’ y.
h w h y a**ninH* l bv «»ni l 1!. Fnl*om.
g o o '1 roads was tlu unrehnse o f) T>.ite.| nt
f\> m*v, On*izon. tnit and inspo -t our pictures Our His- fVFN'NG TIDE CIRCLE. NO. 214. W. 0. W.
*1 " l i t n liz-u reversible road sera, 24th «lay of h ul. \
Meet« the second and fourth Satur
peis. thus making ‘Jo in all in the
day nights of each month.
The pr. ceding County
M rs . I oy L in e g ar . <t. V
ako a Rpenality in babv sit-
M c D oiir I i I. Clerk.
M* ote î
S. : m s hi I guarantee, sat --'actioi. we
Court put > I50U into a hi;
road roller, which was not. a success Rous»*, Hiip#-rintrr «lent o l the P»>-
I m p tl
o f JUSTUS LODGE. HO 35. RATH80NI SISTERS
fo r roads in this county. This ma ‘p iille C o ’» mine at Rivirr^m , i* ro w I* •
! lì M.vrtle
thr *2 ; ì < ì
Me«‘ts the lirpt an»l third Tnpsdayj
li r , p
nights escli month in (7>id Fellows’ hsll.
chine was traded to a scraper com in shfipe t»> empl ov s e v e n 1 more ,
Ms.». A nnie L awbircb , M. E . C . I
pany for the 12 tnaeliin .
I. ( n R R i r r , 1 h to g r» p h e r
M e s . I ne * C h a s e , M. of R . S.
C. O. DRYDEN
IN C O N N E C T IO N W I T H H E R A L D .
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