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The He Said" Qirla.
Arrive on The Sheridan
A U in h I S i i ( g n t l i > u .
A MATTER O F HEALTH
Mr. C. B. Wainwright of Lemon
Did you ever notice a group of City, Flu., lias written the manu
Straight in the back, lean at the
belt, with bronzed face and clear eye, little girls between the age of 14 facturers t h a t much better resu lts
WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1905. the Fourteenth Infantry returned to and 18 chatting away on a corner?
are obtained from the use of Cham-
V a n c o u v e r b a rra ck s y e s t e r d a y , a fte r T h e n e t t tim e y o u « l i n e a r s u c h a b e r la in ’ s Colic, Cholera and Diar-
an a b se n c e o f sev en y e a rs. T o th e re- g r o u p listen an d h ea r if a b o u t e v e r y 1 r rhoea
h o e a Relnet)
¡„ use of in ins in
Com m unicated.
Remedy v in
giment as a whole it seemed like a tenth word is about what “ be said.” : the stomach, colic and cholera
Editor H ebald . — I am at present homecoming,for when it was filled lo If it is, you have found some more
j morbus by taking it in water as hot
rusticating by the margin of the limit at the outbreak of the Spanish of the “ he »aid” girls, and they are ftg QRn b^drank. That « hen taken
shore of Coos bay, below Empire war the recruits were mostly larmer not the nicest little girls in the world.
in this way the effect is double m
City. I take it for granted that boys from Oregon and Washington. The “ he said” girls are likely to
rapidity. “ It seems to get at the
your consumers of vegetables com Many of these same lads returned loiter down town after school too
right spot instantly,” he says
plain of the quality of so-called new yesterday, soldiers every inch, step late to help their mothers with
sale by R. S. Knowlton.
C all and look over our Stock and be Convinced.
potatoes from California That is ping to the martial strain, happy their afternoon work. They are likey
the complaint on the bay. Probab and easy-going of manner.
to wear better clothes than their
A Bad Break.
ly they are small, old potatoes, wbbh
If the health of the Fourteenth is fathers can afford, so that the neigh
Agents fo r Chas. A. Steuens Ready-made and Made-to-meas
have been put through a chemical auy criterion, the climate of Ramar, bore wonder what thir mothers can
Yesterday, J a m e s , tlio 9 year old
process that I heard explained by a ¡n tbe Philippines, is perfect Dur- be thinking about The “ he said”
ure Tailor Suits, Shirt waist suits, etc.
son of J. R. Cox, o f Berr Creek, whr
N ew o r
jn g tb e last two years, during the girls also too often think more of
brought to towu for treatment, hav
they are three cents per pound, and time tbe Fourteenth was stationed the boys than of their books, and
ing broken his le f t leg below t b e
take as much boiling to make them there, the only loss was of a soldier, frequently fail to get through
knee, the day b e f o r e . Dr. Houston
soft as the shell of a cocoa nut.
who wat kicked by a mule. Fight school. They rre in for a good time, was called to dress the leg, Tues
R. C. Lee, who has been in tbe
Onions are now being retailed at , ing woe scarce on this last trip of and have nothing in their heads but
day afternoon, b u t the injury being
employ of the W. R. Haiues Music
7} cents per pound. It would be a the regiment, garrison duty coming hairpins and two-steps.
very severe, he h a d him brought to
Company the past few months, is
blessing to this portion of Oregon wholly to its share, and hardly the
Sometimes nature takes a girl out town next day.
no longer connected with the con
to be independent of California in smell of gunpowder. It w s b not of the “ be eaid” family and makes a
A private H ospital w ell equipped for the treat
The accident was the result of the
the case of onions alone.
even among tbe Moros, where some fine woman of her, but generally boy getting his leg caught iu the cern, and is not authorized to make
ment of s u rg ic a l and m edical diseases.
Being some years since I last vis fanatic at last breaks loose with a she gets to going out to parties and wheel while trying to climb upon a any collections or solicit for the
ited Coos bay, I was surprised, aye, bolo knife occasionally and makes is developed before her time, and wagon. Both bones of the leg are makes of any piano >r instruments
T ra in e d N u rse s in A ttendance.
I was disgusted, on calling for clam life interesting to all whom he en- either marries and fades at 20 or very badly broken, aud it is not carried by the VV. R Haines Music
soup at a restaurant, to discover its oouners till killed. Where the hangs on after all the other girls certain yet thnt the limb can be Company.
W . R . H a in e s .
For Information Address
emptiness of clams. I asked an old Fourteenth was moral force only are married off,and takes generations saved.— Bambui Recorder.
friend of pioneer days, if he could was necessary.
of young boys to raise by hand and
F or S ale .— A few good Grade
M arshfield, O regon
explain away this direful innovation.
The Fourteenth United States In becomes known as “ grandma” in tbe
Berford and Durham bulls.
A P o s i t i v e IN e c e s il i j
“ O Yes,” said he, ‘‘it is this way: fantry was mustered in during the crowd.
Having to lay upon my bed for quire W . T. Dement, Myrtle Point
a lot of chumps got in hers during Civil war. It has always been
There is nothing so sweet as a
W . P. F uller’ s- prepared Paints, Oils
14 days from a severely bruised
the boom time, coming from some noted for its esprit de corps, and simple, frank, open-hearted girl
and Varnishes at J. A . Lam b & C o .’s.
leg, I only found relief when 1 used
states where no clams existed, and has had a conspicuously honorable But the boy-struok girl is an abomi
a bottle of Ballard’s Snow Lini
being told that clams were good to career. It fought to preserve the nation. The mother. She can
ment. I can cheerfully recommend
fry in batter, they never stew any, Union, to rescue Cuba from Span either bring up one of the “ he said”
it as the best medicine for bruises
bat use the water pipe of the clam ish misrule, did its psrt towards girls or she can have a daughter to
CHAS. M00IVIAW, Prop.
ever sent to the afflicted. It has
for soup, hence, you never see a subduing insurrection, in the Philip be proud of.
now become a positive necessity
At Myrtle Point
clam in a restaurant unless it is pines and pitched its tents in Alas
Opposite Hotel Coquille,
The pipe being as tough as ka in the early days of occupation
Does finest up-to-date work at low
D. R. Byrnes, Merchant, Dovers-
leather, the soup is nothing more by the United States.
Manila, May 12.— The army trans ville, Texas. 25c, 50c and 11.00.
than a fake soup. The old settlers
ment” to all. We sell plates,
It was at the front of the Ameri port Buford ran ashore on May II Sold by R. S. Knowlton.
always throw the pipes away unless can forces when the wall of Pekin while entering the harbor at Mala-
films, cameras and all supplies.
PPT OR SyilfE.^A
F or S ale C heap . — Forty yards Printing and finishing for amateurs
some persons with cast iron jaws was scaled, and it had the honor of bang, Island of Mindanao. The
lrgr-T3 s æ
Q iD O PI
wished to sample them.
So there guarding President MoKinley in troops on board were landed. The
dress L. 50 H erald .
you have it.”
his last hours, and escorted his body transport will probably be refloated
This lower bay of Coos with its to its last resting place in Canton, without damage.
T he Oregon Coal A Nav C o’ s,
straight ohannel from Rocky Point O. And now after two years, spent
S ale — Some
to Empire City is destined to be tbs in keeping peace in Samar, it re horses— will make heavy team. En
permanent port of Coos county. turns to its ol i camping ground at quire at H eralo office.
Capt. N elson, M aster,
Empire City is nothing but exten Vanooy v“ r B a rra ck «, Washington,
sive mud flats and a narrow, tortu- where i: was stationed for 14 yeuri,
These W ALK-OVER
W ill m ake regular trips between
Shoes were born and
ous channel, Being but four and a to rest for a while on its well-earn
D E A L E R IN
quarter miles from Marshfield over ed laurels.
bred in a first-class fac
tory. They were made
land, by the old trail which connect
Its Colonel, Stephen P. Joselyn,
ed Marshfield with Empire City, it is a Civil War veteran, and fought
for a first-clasa, man—
may be readily seen that when a in many au Indian campaign. He
that’s you. For sale by T his Steam er is very steady at sea and
her passenger accom m odation s are all
railroad from the interior is con has served in the Philippines, and
W. T. KERR & CO.
new , cluau an d sw eet, opening o a t on
structed; -an^ large vessels be in is now chief of staff of the Pacific
deck and having only tw o berths in a
demand, Empire is tbe logical ter Divison, San Francisco, Cal.
V ery superior Second Class.
minus, and quick dispatch to and
The Lieutenant Colonel, W. W.
Fare, 1st. C lass, $10. 2nd Class, $0.
from the sea will be the order of Wotherspoon, a recent accession,
be day. This prop osition cannot has beon Inspector-General at Fort
F. S. D O W , A gent,
W C. R ose, A gt.,
Any person cutting Timber or
The position Leavenworth, Kan., and is now on
from Empire to Rocky Point can the General Staff in Washington, Bark of any description on the lands
o f the Southern Oregon Company,
not be surpassed. Easiness of ac D. C.
FR A TER N A L ORDERS.
or removing same, or other property
cess and abbreviated distance will
Major CbarleB McClure, Major from said lands, without being duly
and Judge Advocate of Volunteers authorized in writing, will be Pros QOQUIUE LODGE. NO. 53, I. 0. 0. F
C O Q U IL L E , O R E G O N
While writing on this topic of
M eets every Saturday night.
from 1899 to 1901, served at Manila ecuted according to law.
good ports for sea-going vessels. I
G eo . II B a x t e r , N. O.
at the time of tbe out-break with
Any person furnishing sufficient J . S. L a w r e n c e , Sec’ v.
wish to add the remark that the Go-
General MncArthur, and has speDt evidence for the recovery of proper
quille river, with abundant resources
twoyeurs in Washington, collecting ty so taken and conviction of the QOQUIUE ENCAMPMENT. NO. 25, I. 0. 0. F.
in timber aud coal, is placed in an
M eets the first ami third Thursday
and compiling opinions and decis parties concerned, will be given one-
unfortunate position owing to the
nights in each m onth.
ions of the Judge Advocate’s De half of the property recovered.
J. J. S t a n l e y , C. P.
I. H a c k e r , Scribe.
S o u th ern O r e g o n C o m p a n y .
shonlness of the bar at the mouth of
Major Williams A, Mann served
lyjAMIE REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 20.
in Cuba and through the Philippine
flr r b ln r .
With extension of the jetties on
M eets the second and fourth W ednes
insurrenction, is an authority on
W ill overcome indisgestion and
day nights in each m onth.
both sides of the river, you may
small arms, and now on General dyspepsia; regulate the bowels and
M r s . M a r v in L y o n s , N. G.
hope for better days, commercially.
Staff. Washington. D. C.— Ex.
cure liver and kidney complaints. M r s . M am ie S l a g l e , Sec’y.
If you succeed in obtaining the
It is the best blood enricher and
means necessary to deepen tbe
QHADWICK LODGE, NO. SB, A. F. I A. M.
iuvigorator in the world. It is pure
channel, you will secure an inde
M eets the Saturday night on or b e
ly vegetable, perfectly harmless, fore the full m oon.
pendent position in the transit of
I would respectfully announce to and should you be a sufferer from
J . H. C e c il W . M.
cargoes to outside ports. The Co-
the citizens of Coquille (bat I have disease, you will use it if you are J . J . L a m b , Sec’ y .
The Finest to be had in
quille country with its extensive
opened a Bhop on Front street, next wise.
QEUIAH CHAPTER. NO. t. 0. E. S.
and manifold supply of material for
Coos County at the lowest
to the bicycle store, for repairing
R. N. Andrews, Editor and Mgr.
M eets next Friday night.
export, certainly deserves recogni
shoes. All work entrusted to me Cocoa and Rockledge News, Cocoa,
M rs . K a t h r y n S l a g l e , W . M .
tion from Uncle Sam.
will be promptly and neatly done Fla. writes; I have used your Her- M r s . M a m ie S l a g l e . S e c’ y .
T raveler .
at reasonable prices. I also keep bine in my family, and find it a lyCURCUS LODGE, NO 72, K. P.
leather and ehoe findings for sale. mose excellent medicine. Its ef
Meets the second and fourth Tuesday
fects upon myself have been a nights each m onth in Odd F ellow s’ half.
R. W. O sbocne .
A. F . L i n k g a r , C. C.
marked benefit. Sold by R. 8
Steamer Elizabeth arrived May
V . R . W il s o n , K . R. S.
B ill Heads.
8th; sailed May 15th; incoming
QOQUIUE LODGE. NO. 127, A. 0. U. W.
Notice is h ereby given that the part
passengers, Geo Cooper and wife,
« » ro w in g A c h e s a n il F n lu s
nership heretofore ex istin g between
M eets the second and fourtliW ednes-
O A Towbridge, E C Wismer, E H Stephen L. M inanl and B. F olsom , do
Mrs. Josie Sumner, Breinond, dav nights o f each m onth in W . O. W .
Incoming cargo, 100 ing business under the firm name of Tex. writes, April 15, 1902 “ I have hall.
tons. Outgoing cargo, 250 M lum Minard A Folsom has been d isolved. All used Ballard’s Snow Liniment in O . F. R o h r e r , R e c F . red S l a g l e , M . W .
ber; plunder (blitter, etc) 30 tons, bills, notes and accounts d u e or to be my family for three years. I would
Wedding Stationery. *1
30 eds matchwood; outgoing pas com e due said partnership are hereby not be without it in the house. I |MPERIAL LODGE, NO. II, 0. OF H.
made p ayable to said H. F olsom ; and all
Meets the first and th ird W ednesday
sengers, J Q Leneve, Miss S y lv a obligations of said partnership m en tion have used it on my little girl for nights
each m onth in W oodm an hall.
ed in the agreem ent of d issolution are growing pains and aches in her
M r s . B ir d ie S k e e l s . C . H .
knees. It cured her right away. M ias I rene L a m e , Rec.
Steamer Chico arrived May 9th; hereby assum ed by said B . F olsom .
Dated at C oos C oun ty, Oregon, this I have also used it for frost bitten
Up-to-date Work Oeliuered
sailed May 14th; outgoing cargo,
ly jfR T L t CAMP. NO. 197, W. 0. W.
24th dav o f A p ril, A . P . 1905.
feet, with good success. It is the
20 tons mdse; outgoing cargo, 250
B. FOLSOM .
best liniment I ever used.” 25c, 50c nights of each m onth.
with Neatness and
M lumber, 20 tons coal. 25 tons
R out . B prn s , C. C.
and ♦1.00. R. S. Knowlton.
plunder, 25 M shingles,
The place to buy
Dry Goods at Right Prices.
k i K
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE
I I HORSFALL HOSPITAL
MISS L. G. GOULD. SUPERINTENDENT.
W m . Horsfall, M. D.,
Coquille Tonsorial Parlors,
Photo - - Studio
Str. M. F. Plant,
C oos B ay and
S a n F r a n c is c o
J Flooring, Rustic and all kinds of Finishings and Mouldings
Constantly on hand.
Deliveries made promptly by either water or rail. j|
W e have all Grades and Prices Accordingly.
JOB W O R K
Adm inistrator's Notice.
The pupils of Mrs. Wooten's
class, consisting of nine young
ladies, will compete for a gold medal
at Masonic Hall, Saturday owning.
Keep your bowels regular by the
use o f Chamberlain’s Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Tln-re is nothing
better. For sale by R. S. Knowlton
Hce th o se baby I ton r e t a at Mrs. Per-
o t t ’s.
j J . G . S im m o n s . Clerk.
N otice is hereby given that the un- I
dersigned, by order of the C ounty I
Court for C ooe C ou n ty, Oregon, has
been d u ly appointed A dm inistrator of
In the Thompson Photo Gallery
the estate o f Jerem iah Peart, deceased,
ami that all persona having claim s we will be pleased to have you call
against said estate are hereby required and inspect our pictures. Our dis
to present the sam e, d u ly verified, to play is a sample o f the grade of
the underaigned at the office o f A. J.
work we do.
Sherwornt in the City of C oqu ille, Coos
We make a speciality in baby sit
C ounty, Oregon, within six m onths
from th e date of this notice.
tings and guarantee, satisfaction we
P aled th is 17th day of M ay 1905.
will also be here the 3rd week of
TMrfl ffeelc In Hay!
J ohn P bakt ,
May, and in Myrtle Point the 2nd
E. G a r s it t , Photographer.
A dm inistrator o f the
Rstate of Jerem iah and
j QOQUIUE COUNCIL. NO. 9*1. F. A. A.
M eets the second and fourth T hn rs- -
day nights of each m onth in Odd Fel-
i low s’ hall.
P r . G eo . R u sse l l , Pres.
I M r s . C h a s . H ar r in g to n , S ec’ y .
£VENINC TIDE CIRCLE, NO. 214. W. 0. W.
Meet* the second and fourth Satnr- I
day nights of each m onth.
M r s . I am ; L in e g a r . G .
Mr*. M. M cD onald. Clerk.
JUSTUS lOOGE. NO 3S. RATHB0NE SISTERS
Meets the first and t h io l Tuesday
nights each m onth in Odd F ellow s’ half.
M m . A n n ie L a w r e n c e , M . E . C. I
M ss. I nrz 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 .