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P u A IN N WOMAN’S
C E BREAST
« .* m
BEGINS a SM ALL LUM P U K E
THIS ami ALW AYS P O I S O N S D EEP GLANDS
M T H E ARMPIT AND K I L L S Q U I C K L Y
“ OLD GLORY”
A Story of a
I WILL GIVE $1000
IF I FAIL TO CURE any CANCER or TUMOR
I TREAT BEFORE it Poisons Boat or Deep Blands
No KNIFE or PAIN
C L A R IS S A
Is Pay Until Cm
K o X Kay or other
■windle. An bland
plant makes the cure
"Never!” declared Ellen Bradley,
Any TUMOR, LUMP or!
Murk Smith frowned Impatiently,
Sore on the lip,, face
"But, Ellen, listen for a moment,” he
or body long is Cancer
It Never Pains until last
•tags. 120-PAGE BOOK
“ Never!” repeated Miss Bradley 1m
Mot free; testimonial* of
thousand* cured at home
w ests to bom b
"Then It’s all off. You won't marry
ANY LUMP IN WOMAN’S BREAST ] me, after all?” Mark moved toward
Ie C A N C E R . We refuse thousand* Dvina,
the door o f the adobe bouse.
Cane Too Late. We have cunyd 10,000 in 20 yra.
"Never unless you get rid of that
Address OR. & MRS. DR. CHAMLEY & CO. ridiculous nickname.”
A 436 VALENCIA ST.. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
"IIo w can 1 hell» It If my neighbors
KINDLY MAIL this to some one with CANCEB call me 'Old Glory’ Smith?” demanded
Mark heatedly. " I t might be worse.
“ Of course you can stop It,” she re
torted. "Just cease waving the stars
and stripes every time you open your
lips. I believe In being patriotic. You
know I am proud o f being an Am erl
can and a Texan, but no one ever
called my father by such a name, and
you are a jest all along the border.
Every Mexican” —
"That's enough, Ellen,” Interrupted,
Mark hoarsely. " I thought you under
stood the reason why, but I am mis
taken. Perhaps you are right I d send
lng me away. Goodby."
He disappeared down the path, and a
moment later came the thudding sound
of horse's hoofs as he rode away.
Ellen’s father stirred from his seat
East End First St.
on the veranda and spoke through 'the
" I s'pose you know what you’re
about, Ellen, sending Mark off that
"O f course I do, father,” returned
Ellen in a strained voice. "H e Is so
sensational about his patriotism that
If I married him every one would l»«
calling me Mrs. ‘Old Glory’ Smith.”
“ Well, I reckon there’s more dishon
orable appellations than that. I sup
You never received a reply to It, and pose even your feuinle brain bas
you wonder If it was delivered or If it
was lost. I f your name and address
had been on the envelope it would have
been returned to you if the addressee
could not be found.
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glimmer of the reasou why Mark bus
whooped up the stars and stripes all
along the border, eh?”
” 1 don't see any special reason why
he should make himself ridiculous lu
I ’m patriotic, father,
"Humph."’ Interrupted Mr. Bradley.
"A lot you wimmen know about the
meaning of such words.
Siyith. lie ’s patriotic and democratic
and politic, and when the varmints
will let him he's pacific; but, above
nil. he’s patriotic, and he advertises It
loud and long, so that every greaser
along the border will understand that
there's one little setUement that won’t
stand for cattle stealing and Incendia
rism, and that’s the little town of
Yeager, U. S. A.”
Air. Bradley's chair came down with
n thump, and Ellen heard the scratch
of a match ns her father relighted bis
Within the cool dimness of the living
room Ellen stood with lifted chin and
That was always the way, she
thought- her father Invariably took
sides with Mark Smith In the younger
man's campaign of blazing enthusiasm,
but now for the first time Ellen began
to realize that there might be a reason
for her lover's attitude.
But It was too late for repentance.
Mark had gone for good.
Out on the edge of the settlement
Mark Smith stood In the doorway of
bis adobe ranch house nnd talked
rapidly with the travel stained half
breed who had tumbled wearily off his
horse n moment before.
“ You are sure. Manuel?” questioned
"Sure, senor. 1 heard Vados himself
—he wns drunk with pulque—boasting
that lie would bum Yeager fiat to the
earth Slid bring hack Senor Smith a
prisoner to tho Hacienda Vuilos before j
"They will not dare.” laughed •Old
"No. senor; they would not dare If
they were not wild with drink. Now
they will dare anything."
A T THE
COQUILLE LAUMJKV & ICE CO.
I sing you an ode
O f the country road,
The lumpy road
And tha bumpy road
That jolt* the wagon and spills ths
lo a d ;
Mud to the hubs when the rain
Filled with ruts when the fields are
And the sun is hot and the air Is
It ’ s clogged w ith gravel and packed
So built and graded and laid and
That it takes a team
And sometimes two
To do the work one horse should do.
It racks the wagons with jolts and
It ruins horses and motorcars,
Keeps back crops from the market
Piles up debts on the farm er’s place.
The old time road Is a plain dis
But the modern road is a different
A w orthy theme fo r the bard to
B in g -
Wagner's Second Marriage.
^ • «««C C C C C C ««
The Paris Weekly Kevue relates
s. K n o w lt u n , President
G eo . A. R obinson , Vice-Pres.
from letters hitherto unpublished the
exciting story of Wagner’s second mar \
R. H. M a s t , Cashier.
riage. All the world kuows that he
married, after the necessary divorce,
the wife of Ilaus von Bulow. but all
the world does not kuow that there
was a rival applicant for his heart and
bund. This was Mai wine Scbnorr, the IO
C 0 Q U ILLE. OREGON
singer who hud Just created the part n
of Isolde in his “ Tristan,” and the
cuuse of Mai wine Schnorr was chum <«>
Opened tor Busines March, l g 9 0
pioned by another artiste named lsi
dore de Reuter, who announced her !*>
self us u prophetess, charged with a : *
divine message to the musician. The • w
C T & Tilton Bank, Portland
First National Bank, San Francisco
message was to the effect that Wagner
National Park, New York
First Trust & Savings, Coos Bay
must marry Mulwiue and must at th
same time persuade the king of Ba
vuria to marry Isidore herself. Wag
ner tells the story of his emburruss
ment iu a letter to bis friend. Auguste
Roecker, and it appears that he onl,
O L D R E L IA B L E — E Q U IP P E D W IT H W IR E L E S S
succeeded in peacefully marrying the
lady of his choice after the king had
at her request, expelled the two other
ladies from his dominions.
A L W A Y S O N T IM E
For every weather,
Smooth and dustless and good to
And graded right, as a road should
Useful alw ays and muddy never,
A thing o f beauty, a Joy forever.
—Bellefontalne (O.) Examiner.
Thin Glass and Thick.
Glass Is a substance that we cannot
figure the strength of as we can
great many other things with wide
we are familiar. It varies greatly In
itself. The strongest glass, us a rule,
breaks into the greatest number of
fragments. Comparing tbe strength of
thin glass with thick, the former is rel
atively the stronger. This Is a thing
NOVEL SUGGESTION TO
very often lost sight of. Then, again
AVOID MANY ACCIDENTS. as to the difference between rough
plate and polished plate, we find pol
ished plate the stronger. This is per
Plan Would Necessitate Slow Speed of haps to be attributed to the fact that
all these very tine surface hair crucks
Autos When Crossing Tracks.
are polished out. These only go Into
the glass to a certain depth, and when
In order to avoid accidents at rail they are all or nearly all polished nnd
road crossings, which have claimed ground off there is less chance for
such a large death toll In recent some of them to form the basis of a
months, a novel suggestion has been crack, and thereby the glass is increus
ed in strength. Tysts have been made
put forth which it appears will at
and some formulae have been arrived
least lesson the danger of a collision at. As was to be expected, they show
between a train and passing carriages very Irregular results us to the strength
i f the highway crossings were divid
Women Who Do Not Count.
ed and offset with sharp turns at the
The female of the species in Monte
track, as per the sketch accompanying,
the crossing could not be made at high negro is chiefly a beast of burden. Her
status Is low on account of her sex
It matters not that she bears men; she
does not bear the rifle and is not there
fore a fighting unit. She is. in fact,
introduced to the world with an a pol
ogy. A man will announce the birth
o f a daughter to his friends with the
words. “ Comrades, excuse me—a girl.”
Until thirty years ago the population
was only counted as so many “ rifles” —
that is to say. supposing one of the
Vf MCI ¿5
walled villages to contain 200 men,
each with his “ handjar” and rifle; 200
women, 300 children, with forty lusty
boys, of whom thirty were able t
shoot and had guns. and. say. sixty ol
men and women, then that place would
be said to have 230 inhabitants, non
4T £ND /?T X
fighters going uncounted.—“ Peeps at
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Rosburge-Marshfield Auto Stage
Via Cijquille and Myrtle Point
Leaves Marshfield.......5 a. in.
1 p . m.
Leaves Rose burg
0 a. m.
Arrives Marshfield afternoon.
Janes Bradley and his wife had
cotne over in a buckboard with some
• f their most precious belongings.
Make reservations in advance at Ov> I
Where is Ellen?” asked Smith as
Drug .Store, Marsslield.
lie assisted Mrs. Bradley to the ground.
Ellen’s parents cast startled glances
Why, isn’t she here? She started
•IT on her horse and said she would
Office at Laird’s Livery Barn, Myrile Point, Both Phones
; here first.”
1*11 fetch her,” gritted Mark savage
SUGGESTED P L A N F O R CROSSINGS.
Bermuda enjoys the distinction of A. J. SHERWOOD Prei.
ly, uiid, throwing himself on a horse,
R. E.SHINE, V.-Pres.
t tore away toward the town
speed. Thus the driver would be go beiug the only British colony mention
1. rt. HAZARD, Cubiti
0. C SANFORD, Asst. Cashier
But in the deserted town there was ing slow enougli to see a train and ed in Shakespeare. And his wuy of
spelling it—the “ still vexed Bermooth
► trace of Ellen Bradley. Mark found stop, If he used his senses at all.
In many instances it is impossible to es’’—is more correct and grammatical
Mmself riding franticully in pursuit of
the girl who hud flouted him for a build overhead or tunnel crossings, and than that used today. Bermuda is plu
O F C O Ç U IL iL iB , O R E C O fl.
whim. At last he dushed toward the aside from that the expenses are very ral, not singular. It Is really an arch!
river and followed a fresh trail along great. Such a scheme as this would pelago or cluster of 300 small islands
T r a n s a c t s a G en eral B a n k in g Busine»*-
the bank. Possibly Ellen was taking not, of course, eliminate all accidents, —very small, seeing that all told they
do not aggregate more than nineteen
tho longer way, but she must know it but the number would be greatly di
square miles. Bermuda is less than
was a dangerous way today. Vados minished.
Board of Director*.
Colonel Cornell of the National High GOO miles from the coast of the United
might be lying In ambush, welting for
L C , Dement,
A. J. Sherwood,
National Bank o Commerce. N r » Ym k <
the friendly night to cover his move ways Protective society reports that States. The exceptional mildness and
L . H . Hazard,
Crocker Woolworth N ’lBank, San Franci
the number of automobilists killed in salubrity of its climate have made it
R. E. Shine.
First N at’l Bank of Portland, Portland.
It was dark when he reached the New York state alone lu 1913 up to during recent years a favorite winter
river. Here a strange sight met his Aug. 1 has been seventy as compared resort with well to do Americans. Ac
with fifty-two last year and seventy- cording to statistics, these visitors
This was the narrowest part, and it two seriously injured as against fifty- number some 30,000 a year.
w l i here that the outlaws would cross eight in 1912. F. A. Brown of Detroit Twain was a regular winter resident
If they were to reach Smith’s ranch says in the current number of the Spe'
that night, as they had threatened. A tutor that “ more than 95 per cent of
An Absolute Vacuum.
narrow w’ooden bridge spanned the automobile accidents are due to care
Q.—When a bottle of milk is emptied
it contains air; when the air is pumped
A dark bulk of shadow resolved into
stationary horse and white clad TAR TO SAVE FRENCH ROADS. out there Is a vacuum. My friends
cannot tell what is in the bottle. Cun
rider. Above tbe rider there appeared
to float in midair a large transparency Public Works Minister Plans to Spend you explain?
A.—But tbe air cannot be entirely
$50,000,000 on Them.
with the stars and stripes painted viv
idly on four sides. Within the trans
Not less than .$."»0,000,000 will be pumped out. Humans so far have not
parency there burned a light that spent in the next ten or twelve years secured an al)solute vacuum. I f they
putting a tar coal on G ,000 miles of could, then the bottle by some Is sup
threw the flags into strong relief.
Mark Smith had carried that trans highway or one-quarter of the roads posed to contain ether. But the ex
parency in the last political campaign. of France, according to the minister istence of ether has not been proved.
And then the IfOttle might contain three
of public works, M. Thierry.
That wns not all.
The new tourist department at his or four septillions free electrons, all
There w as an ominous crackling, with
the smell of burning wood. Suddenly ministry is grappling with the prob beyond human research to discover.—
the bridge burst into flames and dis- lem of overhauling the roads for the Edgar Lucieu Ijirkiu iu New York
losed on the opposite bank a para benefit of the motor traffic, wdilch has American.
lyzed group of ruffians, Vados and his already reached huge proportions and
A Cosmic Reflection.
band. They stared at the motionless is threatening to ruin the splendid
“ Here,” said tbe man of pensive mien,
figure garbed in white upholding the highways for which France is famous.
M. Thierry is convinced that the only “ Is something that I dashed off in an
glowing transparency, then at the
burning bridge, and with one accord way to combat tin* wear and tear is Idle hour.”
“ Well,” said the man beside tbe
they turned and fled in drunken terror to undertake systematic tarring of the
toward the hills. Another day would roads. He purposes to meet the heavy waste basket, “ that’s no reason for
find their heads clearer and their cour cost by a graduated tax on automo printing it There Is no use of Idly
age renewed and they might return to biles ranging from $10 for twelve consuming both time and space.” —
Yeager, but by that time the troops horse power cars to $50 for all over Washington Star.
ouhl have arrived.
The Principal Thing.
M. Thierry also says that the tourist
Now Smith rode up to the motion
Mother—Katherine, what are the in
less white figure on the horse and department is going to see France pro
vided with clean, comfortable and hy tentions of that young man you are
found it to be Ellen Bradley.
She was crying with terror even gienic hotels, which are found in Ger permitting to call on you so often?
while she bravely upheld the emblem many. Austria and Switzerland, but Daughter—Never mind that, mother; I
are lacking in the republic, although kuow what my intentions are.—Boston
of ail Indomitable country.
‘‘My girl—my own girl!” cried Mark everywhere the food obtainable in Transcript
as he lifted her from the horse and French country inns is excellent.
held her. together with the pole of the
transparency, tightly in his arms. The
A great many people are under the
Build 263 Mile Road In One Day.
transparency waved triumphantly over
A new road 263 miles in length was impression that the strawberry is of
them ns he kissed her again nnd again constructed In one day In Michignn European origin. As a matter of fact,
‘I wanted to be worthy of you and through the conceited efforts of mo it is derived from tbe Chilean berry,
the name,” sobbed Ellen on bis shoul torists and others along its route. It which is native to the Pacific coast
der. “ I f they must call me Mr*. ‘Old was the Huron shore trunk line high
lory’ Smith I want to lie worthv of way, extending from Bay City to the
the name.” She laughed freakly.
strait of Mackinac, and for its con
A lighthouse of bamboo which is in
“ They will think you brave enough struction Alpena City alone supplied use in Japan is said to hare great pow
to be called another Molly Pitcher,’’ 300 volunteers, sixty automobiles and er of resisting the waves and does not
cried her lover warmly.
P R IN T E D ¡P R O M P T L Y
fifty teams. Work was begun at sun rot like ordinary wood.
But 1 he Yengorites compromised by rise nnd continued until sunset, the
A C C U R A TE LY
dubbing her “ Miss Star Spangled Ban only stop being for luncheon, which
One never knows what is enough tin
ner” until she actually became Mrs. wns furnished by the ladies of the I less one knows what is more than
“Old Calory” Smith.
townships through which the road euough.
Stages, Myrtle Point lo Roseburg, Carrying Baggage and United Slates Mail
J. L. LAIRD, Proprietor
FIR ST N ATIO N A L BA N K
a n d Bandon
First-class fare only
Up freight, per ton
"True, true.” returned the American
thoughtfully. “ Get you to the kltcbcu.
Manuel, and tell cook to give you
something .0 eut and drink, and then
you must go and rest. After you huve
eaten I will settle with you. You huve
eurued your reward.”
.Manuel grinned appreciatively and
led his tired horse tiromid to the eorral,
while Mark Smith paced up and down
the hard baked path before tbe door,
He had staved It off for mouths, hut
now It had come. Vados. the outlaw,
had held his men with an Iron baud,
and not once had he permitted drunk-
euuess to spoil his wild raids upon
the peaceful eettlements over the bor
der They came and went lu the ulght
Hke shadows. Vados knew Ills half
BHTHge followers, and be had not dured
■How them liquor.
But now he had broken loose blin-
eelf, end his men were quick to follow
Whet chance hud law and order,
eve* the emblem of a great govern
sunt. Ih the face or madness? And
these were nothing better uow that
they had had a taste of the pulque.
While Mark Smith acknowledged
this, he set his jaw tight and, mount-
lug his horse, rode from one to another
• f the outlying ranches, giving wuru
in» of the coming raid. He advised
Us neighbors to gather at bis place.
His line was druwn closer ns he
Mared tbe town, and at lust there
remain«* only one house, thutof J nines
Huieu'a father was at the gate when
Ifbrk rode up.
“ I've beard all about It. Whut’s your
•fito Mark?” he asked.
‘'Gather all the women and children
•A B y place with an armed guard. 1
V U t the men to go with me to meet
Y«dos and try to wipe lilm out before
ta> does any damage.
I ’ve sent
IS]¡lie of messengers to Arko to tcle-
Mpb for assistance from El Paso."
I ’ll bitch up and bring my
toms over. I hope you'll let me be on
Mo skirmish Iftie,” added the old man
TWH yourself, blit we need n steady
1 bold the fort, you know,” smil-
*J| Mark wearily.
ilm t at sunset the Inst of the fugl-
J t m rode through the gate of Mark
Smith's ranch. It was a very martial
¿filtht that met their eyes, and It re-
MCWed courage In many a timid heart.
From every peak of the roof there
as a standard from which waved the
«ton. and stripes. Every window had
tk) pole with fluttering flag, nnd even
t i t «tables were breaking out In pu-
ktotlr colors. On either side of the
flute was a tall pole, where two large
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