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Coquille Je rald.
Bulk and Package Seeds
Entered as second class matter Maj
8, 1905. at the post office at Coquille,
tSi Oregon, underact of Congress of March
A FRESH supply oi G ARD EN
>' J. K. UPDIKE
ONION SETS at
Devoted to ib « luateriHiHUd eooiHl ap
oildiiigof the Ooqaille Valley purviontarly
end of O o o b Comity generally.
•* y 'iinbHoriptioD , peryear.m hüvki .«*, l.fiO
Editor Herald—-Under the above
P h o n e , M a in 3 5 4 .
heading, President M. C. Wilson, of
tho Alabama State Normal School,
■j j T E N G O O D IlEASON’ S F O R HOM E In the Educational Review, says:
Work Done in
T h r e e d oors N orth o f D rän e’s Store
All Work Guaranteed
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A Bake Shop Test
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Is made of every milling that Olympic Flour
is made of. One of the E>est hake shops any
where is run iu connection with the mill that
makes Olympic Flour. Every hunch of flour
that goes through tha mill is tested. It lias
to be up to tiie highest standard —has to make
the best bread possible, else it doesn't go into
the Olympic sacks.
That is the reason your bakings of bread,
bisenit ami pastry are always uniformly good
when you use Olympic. Your bakings can’ t
be expected to be the same always unless the
flour is. Therein lies the beauty of using
THE PORTLAND FLOUR MILLS CO.
T-T-.gLBSS n S H D O B
P U B L IS H E R
Knowlton's Drug Store
1 HUU S DA Y .
WHERE OUR PUB-
1 Your home merchants can du-
plicate the prices made by any re
goods of equal quality, in the same
quantities and on the same basis of
delivery and payment.
2. You can examine your pur
chases in the home stores and be
assured of satisfaction before invest
ing your money.
3. Your home merchants are al
ways ready and willing to
right any error or any deL -tive ar
4. Your home merchants help
support, through direct and indi
rect taxation, your schools, churches
libraries and other public instttu
5. Your home merchants help
a good local market for
everything you have to sell, and the
market— more than any other fac
tor gives your land its present
home merchants are
your good friends, ever r îady to ex
tend a helping hand In time of
If this community Is good
enough for you to live in and make
your money in, it's good enough to
The best citizens In this com
munity are those who believe and
practice home patronage.
of the best.
The merchants in the distant
ctiy give you nothing valuable that
the home merchants cannot give,
will not do for you many things
the latter do gladly.
10. Every dollar kept in circula
tion in this community helps In
crease property values. Every dol
lar sent out of this community that
could as well be spent here hinders
the wheels of progress and helps to
build up some other community at
"The public certainly has
right to expect from our public
school system approximately some
such results us these: a preparation
for earning a livelihood, the devel
opment of moral fiber, a fair degree
of scholarship, or at least a de
sire to learn more after leaving
school, an appreciation of the beau
tiful In art and nature, and a deep
respect for the laws of our land.
That these results have been
tained in thousands of cases, there
can be little doubt.
At the same
time it Is an open questlcyi whether
the school helps a reasonably large
percentage of children in these par
ticulars. That boys and girls come
from the schools with little prepa
ration for work is the complaint
heard from the business houses, the
farms, and every class of industry.’
In Coos County
H a v in g c lo s e d o u t o u r D ry
Parents too 111 to Attend Funeral, r
Mary Clnona, 4-year-old daugh- y
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Clnona of
Ten Milo died yesterday at Mercy
hospital of tubercolosl3.
ul was held this afternoon at
o ’clock from the Dungan Undertak
ing parlors, Rev. R. E. Browning of
The death was a very
one, the father being 111 of pneumo
nia and the mother ill of blood pot-
sou at their home at Ten Mile, so
that neither was able to attend the
G ood s and g o n e
tiie G r o c e r y b u sin e ss e x c lu s iv e ly ,
o f th e
s o m e t h in g
lik e t w o h u n
to d is c o n tin u e the h a n d lin g
A s we have p ut o u t
in t o
w e h a v e d e c id e d
d r e d m a ch in e s , w e w ill c o n tin u e to h a u d le the R e c
o r d s , b u t h a v - d e c id e d to
th e g iv in g
m a k e som e c h a n g e s
M ach in es,
V iz :
c h a s e s a m o u n t to $ 6 0 0 we
g le R e c o r d fr e e , o r
R e c o r d s to o u r C u s t o m e r s w h o
W h en
v o u r G ash p u r
w ill g iv e
D o u b le
y ou on e S in
in g 3 5 c in a d d itio n to the $5 0 0 w o r th
T ic k e t s ,
an d w illc o n t in u o to k e e p a g o o d s e le c tio n o f p ie c e s
on b a n d at all t im e s ..
R e s p e c t fu lly ,
P. E. DRANE
Oil Prospects Good.
The prospects for oil at the Mio- ¿Çi
D e a le r in S t a p le an d F a u a y G r o c e r ie s , F lo u r an d F e e d .
cene Oil and Gas Co’s well on Bear K
Creek are getting better all the time,
and in fact oil In small quantities
has already been found, and the
well which is down nearly 1200 feet
is in regular oil sand and rock, so
that the prospects are that oil will
160 acre ranch. About 25 acres proposition for ofehard,. Plenty of
be found in the very near future. bottom land, mostly in cultivation. good water. Good 7-room house and
There Is considerable excitement at House and barn and good orchard, good barn. Orchard. Located about
present over the prospects out lu the Price $2,500.00. Terms on part,
one-half mile from steamboat land
oil region and the promoters of the ] 80 acre farm.
Nice house and ing on the Coquille river.
company are more hopeful than ever [ good barn. Located on county road, $4,500; $2,500 cash, balance In 3
over the outcome, and they think j Price $5,750.00. Good terms,
that they are on the verge of at
160 acres. 40 or more acres hot
30 acre farm located on Coquille
good strike, and the indications tom land. 20 acres in cultivation. river.
20 acres In cultivation.
would seem to back up the belief. 80 acres in pasture. Good orchard. House, barn and other outbuildings.
Good house and two barns. 15 or Good orchard. Price $3,400.
20 tons grain hay.
800 acre stock ranch. 600 acres
l-'uiicral of Mrs. Murphy.
159 acre farm.
132 acres rich open land in grass. Two barns. A
Mrs. Ada Murphy, wife of Wm. river bottom land. 100 acres of It good 7 room housa. Good orchard.
Murphy, who died In Portland Mon cleared. Good 1 1-2 story 7-rooom Plenty of water. Located one half
Large dairy barn.
Other mile from county road. Price, per
day was held Friday afternoon in house.
Good orchard. acre, $8.00.
the Catholic church of Marshfield, good outbuildings.
Father Moran officiating. The be Two running springs with an abun
250 acre ranch, with house and
reaved husband arrived with the dance of good water. 20 head of barn and orchard, located only two
remains on the Breakwater Thurs dairy cows. One thoroughbred Jer miles from Coquille. A bargain.
Several head of young $30 per acre. Cash $2,500;
day morning and was met at the sey bull.
wharf by many friends of North stock. 40 head of hogs. Lots of ance long terms at 6 1-2 per cent.
Mrs. Murphy was a resi chickens, ducks and turkeys. One
160 acres logged off land, all in
dent of North Bend until about a hack and one buggy. Full and com
pasture. A fine tract for orchard
year ago when she removed to Port plete outfit of farming tools. One
and berries. Level enough to plow
100 bushels of
land with Mr. Murphy and their cream separator.
almost the entire tract.
family, where she has taken treat wheat and 50 bushels of oats, for
within 2 miles of Coquille.
ment for tuberculosis, without re feed or good for seed. Price If sold $2,500.
suits, and she passed quietly and soon, $110 per acre.
120 acre farm located on tho Co
35 acres bottom
peacefully away as stated.— Har 130 acre farm.
land cleared and mostly under the quille river close to Coquille. Fine
Hill land most all in pas house and good barn. Several head
of stock and farming tools. Price
When a medicine must be given ture. 6 room house and good barn.
Half cash Is re
to young children it should be 12 cows and one bull. All farming per acre, $85.
quired. This is a good buy.
pleasant to take. Chamberlain’s tools. Two colts, one and 2 years
Nice city lots at from $225 up,
Cough Remedy is made from loaf old.
sugar, and the roots used in its close to market and creamery. Price on easy payments. $50 cash, bal
ance $50 every six months with in
preparation give It a flavor similar per acre $62. Terms on $3,000.
80 acre farm.
25 acres bottom terest.
to maple syrup, making It pleasant
to take. It has no superior for all land all in cltlvation. Hill land Is I 40 acres bench land, no improve
colds, croup and whooping cough. used for pasture, but an excellent ments, for $500.
For sale by all druggists.
F O R
s X L E
As regards moral training, Pros!
dent Wilson shows that the schools
do not give any better results. He
"W e hear it said, not In defense
but in the way of boasting, that
our great public school system pro
motes morality by demanding pune
tuallty In attendance, accuracy of
work, honesty, respect for the rights
of others, and subordination of ln-
Jividaul good to community inter
est. Teachers know that the public
school does none of these things di
rectly. On the contrary, It encour
ages lying and cheating by its me
chanical method of promotion, It
stifles self respect by a kind of es
pionage, while its arbitrary rulings
are not calculated to produce mor
ality of any shape. As to respect
for the rights of others, one needB
only to compare the conduct of the
American boy away from home for
his holiday with that of boys of al
most any other nationality, to real
ize how far short he falls in con
sideration for the feelings of others
and even in matters of ordinary
PORTLAND ROSE FESTIVAL
quiet dignity and self-control.”
TO BE HELD JUNE 5 TO IO—
President Wilson draws an equal
ASTORIA SHOW IN AUGUST ly unfavorable conclusion in the
matter of scholarship. Ho says:
J. W L E N E V E ,
"Whereas many Germans who OUTDOOR FIRES UNLAWFUL
FRANK BU RKH OLDER,
Portland, Ore.,. April 12.— A bril
M a n a g er.
English In their
liant historical street pageantry de have learned
FROM .JUNE I TO OCTOBER 1
veloping the growth and progress of
Northwestern civilization since the with ease, and consume a surpris
empire was first discovered, is the ing amount of good English litera
The following letter was received
unique and novel feature which the ture, comparatively few of our high from the state forester, and will be
thousands of school children of the school graduates can speak German of interest to most of the Herald
city will add to the programme of intelligibly, or read it outside their readers :
the Portland Rose Festival to be text books. The schools have giv
Forest fires, one of the greatest
held here the week of June 5-10. en the children an education which sources of destruction to the most
This public street procession
will does not fit them to earn a living, valuable resources of the state, will
C. A. HARRINGTON, Prop.
supplement another strikingly elab and which in some cases even unfits soon be restricted and their terrors
orate spectacle, also of historical
largely reduced If the people will
A good display of nobby styles
purport, which will take place on boys and girls starting their careers co-cperate with the state forester in
in fancy Batistes, Tissues, and
the new Multnomah Club field.
the administration of the new for
all the late Spring Fabrics—an
sort of education that will help
endless variety of Ginghams,
These two events will be novel
estry law enacted by the last leg
them in learning a business or
Percales and Linens. Exclusive
islature, which will be ready for dis-
ties which will be a part of the
trade, hut they must first serve an
Features in White Goods.
irihution in pamphlet form in the
continuous programme for the six
appre .ticeship on low wages or
days in which there will be parades,
before they arrive at the
decorative for the daytime and illu
One of the most important pro
point to which the school is expect
visions of the law it that making a
minated for the night. All told six
ed to bring them.”
Remember that we do a cash
such street pageants will be given
losed tcet-'ii for burning from June
President Wilson further shows
In what is by all means solidest
t > October 1, during which period
that In tho making of good citizens
values than can be given under a
and heaviest week of pastime,
outdoor tires of all kinds are pro
and in creating a reverence for the
amusement, entertuinment and edu
hibited except under most stringent
law the schools fail again.
cation ever held in the Pacific
regulations and the probability of
says, "W e do not respect our laws,
G ’ ommet Kin, s, hand sewed
Northwest, If not in the West.
unless we approve of them;
for guy ro;ei, guaranteed
No like celebration has been fa
In this connection the state for-
openly claim our right to violate
not to pull out. Full weight
vored by the railroads with such
ster urges upon every one the ne
those we disapprove.
In all of the
generous rates and combination of
cessity of Going all possible burning
the children are taught
Orders for special sDes
selling dates. This applies both to
before the closed season begins and
civics with the purpose of making
given prompt attention.
through transcontinental fares and
thus save the trouble and risk of
good citizens of them, but apparent
rates from points in the Northwest.
doing it by permission during that
ly with results as fruitless as those
The Rose Festival visitor
season of greatest danger when fire
of efforts in other directions. The
have the opportunity to any num
spreads so easily and rapidly.
moral side, the civic righteousness
ber of side trips, and in fact many
The state forester desires the as THF H ERALD , $ i.5 0 PER YEAR
of the question is lost sight of too
inquiries have been received at Fes
sistance and co-operation of every
tival headquarters from all parts of
one In the protection of property
As to the remedy for the existing
j the country indicating that a goodly
from forest, grass or brush fires,
state of things educational— have
number of Easterners expect to see
and to this end invites suggestions
we not imbibed In our schools the
all they can of the matchless seo-
and information calculated to assist
American spirit of hurry and rush .'
The gasoline boat Limit is now owned
ule beauties of this territory, as well
in any manner in the performance
Cram, cram, cram.
We hurry at
as to look for desirable Investments.
of his most important duties. Cop
and operated by the undersigned, and
our meals, our pleasures, our devo
Even New Englanders and people
ies of the law will be promptly fur
will do a general towing and freighting
tions, our business, and our schools,
nished to all who desire them. Re
from the South are tnuklng such ln-
where we deny ourselves
business on the river. Can be chartered
quests and communications address
for reflection, comparison, digestion,
Of especial Importance will he the
ed to F. A. Elliott, state forester,
assimilation and enjoyment.
cxpltol building, Salem, will receive
Festival rates this year because with
must be hurry on the part of both
a 90-day return limit, the Easterne g
prompt and appreciative attention.
teacher and scholar to get the day s
will be able to spend that time on
. . .
• a / i n i l i i r I k n I ? AO/X M n u t lV
, , work through,
and no time f o r ; -------
li A /A
/\ n o 4
seeing the Rose Fcst c \ l !
practical application of the
day s and cannot understand. Is one of
1n Portland in June and the Astoria
What might be done to the things I have been fighting all
Centennial celebration In August.
better matters is, Instead of drop- the time.
They have too
Never before have the communi
ping some of thte subjects from the crowded upon them.
ties of Oregon had such an oppor
F o r a jo b o f fir st-c la ss m e n d in g , d y in g o r c le a n io g , o r
curriculum, ns might be proposed, not understand It. and thty could
a n ew su it ta ilo r e d , ca ll at th e r e a r o f th e P h a rm a cy
to forbear cramming this Intelectual not retain It if they did understand
friends, business men and Investors
b u ild in g .
food into each Individual so rapid It-
In this the teachers are to
interested In local enterprises, for
t * o t a ilo r in g h o u se s in C h ic a g o .
ly, and to give It in smaller amounts blame. I am not fighting men, I
two such attractions as the Hoso;
C o m e an d see niy sty les an d sa m p les.
I w ill sa v e y o u
\ so that some part of each subject ant fighting conditions, and If I hit
m on ey an d g u a ra n te e a g o o d fit.
Festival and the Astoria celebration
might be asalmllatcd.’ •
men, It is only because they cither
are bound to induce thousands of
Now this thing of cramming our openly or silently and tacitly sup-
strangers to come here that would
chtldren's minds full of undigested port these outrageous conditions,
n ot o t h e r * )* * d o so.
mattor, matter that they da
C, R- BARROW,
PACIFIC REAL ESTATE GO.
For the Spring
“ I want to give every
person not using electric
light i 't r e o vital reasons
why l!iu General Electric
M azda Lam p should make
tli'-in h- vetheir house, store,
o ffice or factory wired.
Same Old Place
Come and See
The G - E
I-amp gives nearly three
tim e s the light o f the
ordinary carbon incandes
It costs no m ore to burn.
T h e q u a l it y o f light 1 vastly superior
white light like sun rays.”
, . , T h e General Electric M azda Lam p represents the
high-mar Icin the evolution o f incandescent electric lighting.
It blends inventive triumph and manufacturing skill— and
YOUi fe*P *he benefit in the form of dollars and cents, and
freedom from eye e*nam when using artificial lig h t"
I want the chance to p r o v e to y o u r entire satisfaction
that this wor.derful lamp is even b e tt e r than represented.
C om e in today -ind see for y o u r s e lf.
Y our call places
you under no obligation, and is apt to be decidedly to
y o u r profit."
caret ul to see that every electric lamp you buy bea
the G . E . monogram.
River Towing & Freighting
lopille Stiver Metric (!«.
H . O E R D IN G g
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
LUMBER, LATHS, SHINGLES
AND BLOCKS, SAND AND
% S Z S ZS
R e sta u ra n t
Stevens & Root, Coquille, Ore.
Tailoring, Ceaning and Reparing