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About The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1921)
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COQC1LLE, COOS C O U N T Y . OREG O N. F R ID A Y . N O V E M B E R 4, 1 9 » .
M .H T H E Y E A R .
Court Appropriateci $250
ETHE DRYS’ FIGHT
Another Children’s CUnic
before the County Court yester
Another clinic fo r school children
day morning asking for an a p p o r la ,
w ill be held at the City H all here next
tbout the Sentinel Folks’ turn o f $250-to pay f or the premfums
Tuesday, Nov. 8, at 2 p. m. I t is par
and prizes offered at the Corn Show
Mr. Wade Tells o f Road Condi- Capt. B. F. Ebbert, o f the Anti- ticularly urged by Miss Campbell,
w o weeks hence. Their request was
county health nurse that mothers who Several New Roads A re To Be
tions and Pros-
Cenada , v . .
granted. This sum will bemused t o !
Saloon League Spoke
have previously had their children at
nay premiums on corn, apples, p o ta -I
the clinic bring them again fo r re
Banff in piid-afternoon it toes, carrots, beets, ipangels, etc., and
examination, in order to ascertain
• l y two hours to ride down on f o r prizes and taking .care. o f the
whether they have been making
In an interview with Judge Wade
Capt, F. B. Ebbert, attorney fo r the
tit plains to C algary, where we birds at the poultry show. The court this morning he expressed himself as
A t its meeting Wednesday the coun
normal gain in weight and height.
League at Portland ad
* bustling provincal capital o f was unanimously of the opinion that greatly disappointed over the refus-
On Monday all the children et the ty court opened the bids fo r the sale
dressed an audience that ought to
people. H ere we w ere in the
gradé school w ill be wrighed and o f the $160,000 road bonds recently
have been larger at the M. E. Church
aio ue assisted by the county
to aeree tn i m n U .
growing section o f western-
to agree to provide a concrete road be- South Tuesday evening. H aving been measured, and Dr. Bunch Mas kindly advertised, being h alf the amount o f
The Organization, of a q 0 U i ¿how
a n f « examine the $300,000 bond issue last summer
with «Jittle to distinguish it
tweer Coquille and M yrtle P o in t at Washington when the Volstead law consented to be present ang
.distinct from -the' Com
our own prairie state at the
Last j ear the commission went on was before Congress and having had their teeth. - Monday evening Miss authorized fo r , roads.
AH the talk here was o f the mercial Club which has heretofore record in a Ititer nopr on file at the a share in fram ing it he is w ell quali Campbell hopes to have a m eeting of was a joint one fo r $160,946 or a pre
room, as of the opinion that
the Coos County Public Health Asso mium o f $946, made by the Lumber
which were not as good as some 'Ocked the Corn Show, is the logical ■ court
fied to discuss “ The Unfinished Bat
‘ and yet not so bad as the pes- way to handle this annual affair and '-here was a sufficient amount o f tra v tle” agtiinst booze which was his ciation at the city hall, which every men’s Trust company, the Ralph
steps will be taken to that end as el < « this read to warrant hard sur
one interested in health problems is Schneelock company and Freeman
;w i ; ■
soon as this year’s carnival is over.'
Smith A Company, all e f Portland.
invited to attend.
nid-July here w e had expected
He believed niqety per cent o f the
There were various other bids, m «n y
c ( the commission U s changed, R. A.
the weather uncomfortably
officers whose duty it is to enforce the
at par, fo r all- or a portion o f this is
Takes 2,000 Sacks o f Spuds
Hooth being-the only member remain dry laws art honest and actually in
but were pleasantly disappoint-
These bonds are tw o to seven
The S. S. Begren tied! up ,at the
tie nights not being at all op-
E. E. Johnson this week had the
tend to do what the law requires. A t
year serial ones to draw 6 per cent in
te, though the shortest w e had lock here last Saturday at 1:30 p. m., stituted. The present-board takes the the same tim e he evidently did not power schooner Oakland loaded with
The nearer one gets to laving on board forty-five tons o f position that no more concrete paving think that a great proportion o f that lumber at the old Lyons 8 Johnson
pole the longer the sun is on the nerchandise for valley merchants. can be. done on secondary roads until 90 per cent were using the lew fo r I m*H oppoeite Bullards. The lumber
Charles Webb and M. T. Clinton were
Her last trip she brought but one ton.
all it is worth in bringing bootlegghrs WM taken down river from the mill
is fly time.
appointed viewers fo r the new roade
ft is said that over the plains be-1 rw o thousand more sacks o f Camp- mary roads o f- th e state have been and moonshiners to justics. And then I here on scows. Mr. Johnson intends
petitioned fo r aa follow s: -
the moilntains and the Great I 1e" * Norton’s spuds were put in the
he "detailed the ways in which the law to leave fo r San Francisco tomorrow
From Parkersburg to the Prosper
a train w ill make a thousand 10*t* *or shipment to San Francisco, Point Roseburg road as a secondary prescribed punishments fo r its viola to look over market conditions.
Mill to connect with the old road
tors. I f a man sold one pint o f intox says he will probably make shipments
in the same tim e it takes to cov-1 a^ter w’hich the vessel dropped down
Both State Highway Engineer H er icating liquor he could be fined heavi eveiV other trip o f the Oakland which south from Prosper at the weet end
ti« 600 miles o f mountains next q. Riverton for a cargo o f cool.
bert Nunn and Commissioner Booth ly— from $100 to $600 fo r violating is scheduled to operate between Frisco and the Bear Creek road at Farkera-
As Pacific coast. I t required lit- f
burg on the east end. Pending an
assured Judge Wade that the road the law. Then under the internal rev and Coos county.
with the Prosper MUl aa to
from Roseburg as far down the val enue laws he could be fined from $500
Winnipeg, and as w e a ere
right o f way through their property
ley as Coquille would be completed to $1,000 more fo r selling liquor with
s region where the Bun rises
it waa not possible to provide fo r the
next June, so fa r as grading is con out a government license.
' it toolt_but 28 o f those hours
i;est o f the way down the river to Bul
cerned, and that the contract fo r the
For these fines every dollar o f pro
|d$it a day.
lards Ferry. Considerable work haa
remaining section from Bridge to perty the settler owned would be held
of the natnes o f the towns
Ex-senator C. L. Hawley, state
been done on thia 8-mile road
Myrtle Point would be let at the De liable, and the fines fo r a fe w viola
jthe main line o f the Canadian •airy and fooJ commissioner, will ap
by the citizens who are putting up
cember meeting of the commission tions woul6 g o a long way towards
Judge John 8. Coke was a caller 50-60 with the county on K.
curio ua to us, such
pear on the program for dairy day o f
Theh the work o f- putting rock or breaking most men up.
Wednesday. H e eeys he lost his op
Hat, S w ift Current, Moose he first annual Coos County Farmers’
From Randolph up the north bank
gravel op this road will be immediate-
Next there was the injunction fo r I portunRy for any vacation thia sum of the river to the Lux ranch a dis
Qu Appelle and Portage La Week Wednesday, November 16.
to cause much -obstruction to travel
Mr. Hawley has just returned fram there during the summer and fa ll one who kept on violating the law and mer when he was called to Astoria to tance o f three miles, known as the
, but the figsat o f these, at least,
relatives in the United States i trip to St. Paul, Minnesota, where months next year, and a year hence that meant more fines o f hundreds o f try some cases arising out o f the fish, Seven-Mile-Randolph road. **■
dollars without any chance o f being lews recently’ enacted, and that he
From the Gravel Ford bridge to the
we find a Medicine Bow on the le went to represent the Northwest it is promised that the road shall be
acquitted bv a jury. Every additional has to go up there again this month Gravel Ford postoffice, a distance e f
'Pacific and a Medicine Lodge on a committee appointed by £he ready fo r winter travel.
offense would mean an additional fine, fo r further hearings on the same cas- a mile and a half on the west side a t
Vmerican Farm Bureau Federation to
Judge Wade asked the Commission
Then the state law could l»e invoked M . The question at iasue there is the the North Fork, which w ill accommo
Ike ¿nature o f the country m ay be
to declare its intention as to making •Pd that would involve not c nly anoth- validity o f a law enacted by the Ore-
date Six or eight families.
as a ro llin g prairie all lairy products-in the United States, i concrete road from Coquille to M yr
er set o f fines but a ja il sentence o f jo n legislature at Its session last win-
A new railroad crossing at Hayden
western Canada, but even in rhis committee has not yet made a tie Point, he said he knew they didn’t
* r .
ter'w h ich forbids a fter this year, the Station on the S. P. where the old one,
ser weather it makes one "ormal report o f its work but Mr. have the money now but wanted to
It must be remembered, though, marketing o f salmon In October which which crossed the track obliquely is
to think how cold .it w ill get Hawley w ill have interesting informa- '-ake the proper steps fo r the county’s
that bootleggers and^moonshiners are áre caught during certain months o f ordered abandoned. The new one is
six months later. There are not
participation on the 50-50 basis agreed the most desperate criminals in Am er- the year on the Pacific ocean outs hi«
aa agreed upon by the railroad and
windbreaks or groves o f any county.
if they proposed to do it in the future. lea, and that they ore tryin g ten times the three-mile lim it over which the
the State Public Service commission.
The Farmers’ W eek program is be-
either and fuel must be scarce
Commission answered that i* haj-d to w a d e penishmemt as the state has jurisdiction. O f course the
The M yrtle Point-Bridge road, e i '
•!g held In connection with the annual they would hare only motley enough
officer* are to punish them. These state can’t hinder kny fishermen from which some alight changss In location
¡oos County Corn Show.
king this trip a cro s» the por-
for rock surfacing and they would •. iminals always g< armed and don’t I catching a ll the fish he Is afile to out
are to be made to meet the require
ef Canada w e uesd to think* of iav is dairy day and clothing and nu make no declaration as to future poli icsitate, but shoot to kill. As
there. It is the question of »rilin g ments o f the State Highway Commis
as the riding c irfilit o f the riiion day; Thursday will be poultry cy-
ull more officer* ere being shot dow n!them that is at issue. Probably the sion.
lay; on Friday the subjects o f farm
Commission Booth also refused to
Mounted police, and en
try ng to enforce the dry than we I United States m ight impose a tariff
Most o f the heavy work on the la t
beyond the bounds o f settlement rops and home improvement will lbe •omrnit the commission in any way Irrt in the great world war.
duty on such fish, the same as i f they ter road in the Sugar L o a f section
ebilization, we n o w io d e through Hscussed.. The Corn'Show will hole is-to the work on down the river from
The speaker next «trove to Impress were imported from a foreign country will be completed -this week a fter
, provinces, A lb erta, Saskatche- Virth on Friday and Saturday in the Coquille to Bandon, saying they would i) him h:s hearer* the duty incumbent hut we imagine the sort o f howl that which little obstruction wiD take
and Manitoba, riv a llin g in size 'few Graham garage in Coquille. The have no money fo r this part of the
every man who knew o f violations would go up on the eastern coest if place op this road, but it w ill be ia
of our larger states and find v armers Week sessions w ill be held project until after the 1923 session of if the dry lew to inform the officers the cod fishermen .there were hot pei'- bad condition during the wipter.
well settled w ith flourishing in the Liberty theatre.
who are charged w ltlTits enforcement, niitted to sell any o f their catch taken
The court also decided to authorlae
No mors 6-inch concrete roads are if they did not dare to take the risk more than three miles offshore.
uuT all the adjuncts o f a high
the building o f a new bridge over <
to be built by the commission-
About the Poultry Show
ion. N ot only that, they have
>f doing this he asked them to send
O f course the restriction on the Halls Creek on the M yrtle Point-
tfcs past decade done their part in
There is to be a poultry show in will be 7-inch or better, and sevsn- ‘.fie facts to the Anti-Saloon
League purse net fishermen which is to be im- Fishtrap road, the old one being no
onnection with the Corn Show this nch now costs $27,000 a mile.
i»t Portland, and their names would | po»ed here is claimed to be in the in longer safe. The nsw bridge w ill hav#
Judge Wade also informed us thal.
to meet the onset o f the
ear and the birds w ill not be judged
never be divulged. N o such complaint terest o f the fish business on the coast to be built according to the stats’*
s Guards, but a t the same time in fancy points, but on points that here is a possibility o f gettin g gov tver goes to the waste basket; every j of our state, the claim being that such market road specifications as that is
fishing at certain seaaona of the year a market road.
up a production o f breadstuff» how production, says County Agent ernment money fo r rood work in this thing is investigated.’
[tends to exterminate th e salmon. Still
bed an almost starvin g world Farr. The bird that has the deep rec eounty. There is a pending bill for
The pricnipal aim o f the wets now
certainly w ent through the tangular, long-keeled body, deep, in appropriation o f federal money for is to secure an amendment to the Vol- no act the Oregon legislature has or
- V . f
of affliction in those awful
road head, close-fitting wattels and both post roads and forests reserve stead law which w ill permit the sale c» n P ***
Steady practice is being indulged in
. from 1914 to 1918 and came out ear lobes, clean cut face, full, prom- roads, and that will change the old of beer and wine containing as m u c h 1" * 0" « Brl* » h Columbian fishermen by the cast which w ill present the
nent eye, stout beak, wide pelvic law so that roads near forest roads as 2.76 per cent o f alcohol. In their coming down here and catching all the play, “ Deacon Dubbs” at the Liberty
may get government money, while un
fish they please outside the three-mile
At Winnipeg w e cam e to a city of >ones free from fat, open and pliable
Theatre tw o evenings daring Corn
propaganda fo r this change they are
der. the cld law only roads In such re-
inhabitants, which has been hin, soft, pliable skin, bat smooth
all harping on one string and assert
Show week. There are ten people is
erves could get-such aid.
Ik m a p * long tim e, but which we 3 hanks indicating very little yellow
ing that there is more liquor sold now
the cast, betides supernumeraries, and
Mr. Purcell, the U. S. district en
Seven More Ordinance«
thought of as a little more than
the production promises to be a win
and more drunkenness than there was
gineer fo r Oregon, says that i f the
Fur Company’s v;ll take the prize in this contest for
The council put in four hours at ner. The first presentation will be eQ
before the 18th amendment
new bill passes, as it is expected,
point. H ere ra il meets river, she is the one that w ill Jay the eggs
adopted. One hears that Inesom riy | the adjourned seaaion last Monday ev Thursday, Nov. 17, and that evening
Oregon will get' $2,000,000 o f U. S.
ening when eeven ordinances were an admission will be charged. It ia
Had and the Assiniborne being 3ach bird w ill be scored by Prof
funds for roads. In providing for its
able fo r steamboats, C<m-1 Xrumm, o f the Agricultural College,
The speaker told o f a case where adopted. They w ere all apecial ordin hoped that all Coquille people who de-
use cn toads-adjacent to forest re
ances having to do with street! and ilre to witness It will attend that ev
ily this city commands the | an(j the score card given the exhibitor.
serves, it is figured that 2,800 miles of when these statements were made in
the city budget.
The budget was ening so as to leave ample room tor
of a vast region, north, south, Che score card used at the Pacific In
he 4,300 miles o f state highways in the Raleigh hotel at Washington a
Id west, and sends its merchan- ternational w ill be used
New York doctor who was present I adopted as approved by the budget visitors from outside o f town who a n
Oregon would be eligible fo r aid. The
invited to witness R Friday evening
Body type, 25; Head, 15; Conforms-
to Hudson’s Bay and the fa r
was called upon.
The doctor said he committee a month ago.
selection o f the roads to be aided will
.ion, 30; Handling, 10; Legs and Toes,
was in charge o f the alcoholic ward
The protest o f M ary A. Wilson without charge. The receipt* Thurs
>e made join tly by the United States
in a leading N ew York hospital (BeH- on H olly and Bush streets because the day evening ¿a al! the compensation
* one of the grea t grain mar 5; Condition o f maturity, 15.
and the State Highway Commission.
evue as we remember it.) TTiis ward | work had not been completed w as OV the theatre madagement w ill receive
rf the world and the greatest In
The people o f Coos county in vity
erruled. The intersection o f the two for the use o f the theatre fo r the throe
G a m e is C a n celled
fetish Empire. T o furnish fa -
of the possibilities of federal nid that has 6,000 beds he said, and before the
for the great steams o f wheat
dry law went into effect every one o f streets is not as w ide as it should be Fenners’ W eek program* In the after
The football game with Marshfield Mie naiSage~ o f this bill w ill provide
them was occupied every night; since |
rsctify thst noon ■ and the two evening shows.
flow through its borders there
ght to be on the alert and
here tomorrow has been cancelled on
that lew began to be enforced the av
HO miles o f trackage in one o f
account o f the diphtheria case which, that Coos c eju ty state roads shall be
N ew » Revived
the proposed assessments on Hotly
yards and 183 in another,
developed in high school Wednesday/ nrluded in that 2,800 miles as far as
The Southwestern Oregon D rily
•eventy 'separate tracks. I t also
Laet Saturday the-local $1 even^re- nossible.
News is eoming to hand again tb k
liquor from U. S. bonded warehouses H all and Third
y miles <rf electric railw ay,
ceived a 43 to 0 beating at the hands
C alk w ere made fo r bids fo r build- week looking just the m b s as before
in the last w et year were 2,000,000,000
'n elevators, and many m ag
o f the Bandon team, but they were
the Spurgeon street bridge^end its suspension. It U, however, pub
very outspoken in complimenting theii
drawabi o f such liquor amounted to I io r rebuilding the Moulton street lished by en entirely new company,
otel Alexandra adjoining the
The executive committee o f the
hosts an their sportsmanship and the
92,000,000 gallons; or only one gallon | bridge, ekew here published In this is- whose articles o f ‘ incorporation were
is owned and operated by the
enjoyable entertainment they fu r Farm Bureau met here Wednesday
lied here le*t Monday. Tim Incor
in 24 o f what there was before— a lit
"n Pacific and is one o f the
evening to prepare their budget for
nished them that evening.
porators are Earl W. Murphy, Charles
tle over '4 per cent.
h> the entire Dominion.
A t Marshfield, where Myrtle Point next year. W. C. Cutler and Mrs.
M yer and Stanley Mycr, all o f
Al»250,000 when built and has
Under the saloon license system the
played the game ended in a tie, 0 to 0, Clarence Schroeder w ere appointed to
Multnomah county. I t k stated that
The new law requ in e that the coun
doubled in sis«
although Coquille spectators are em- present the m atter to the county court
the purpose o f the corporation k to do
United States amounted on the av- ty court name three ritizens o f the
first I t ,V io »
■ * papers
irv their assertion that Myrtle snd yesterday morning they m et with
Papers w e had found in Can-
eontrover9y came that body and requested the ' seme erage to 28 gallons fa r every man, I county to meet with R in preparing
stock is $20,000 and R is divided Into
that when readin g them we
in the last quarter when Odis Beck county appropriation as Whs made last
800 shafeo a t a par value o f $26 a
to get in touch w ith things in ham carried t i e hall over the Marsh- Voar— $2fi00 fo r the county agent's and 96 per cent o f that was beer— so L , g informs us ttart the meeting o f
States again! f t w ill ln-
fflee and $1800 fo r the home demon-
.field line, only to lose the score when
tration agent's office. The eourt ad% happen i f the national lew was j held ths latter part o f this month, pro-
u 7‘J o
_ f our readers to ’ / learn
Referee Fisher declared he had rpn
-.E x hi bit«
Mr. Smith, w ho is in charge | ^ f
Those on the side lines vised them to be present to make their amended and 2.76 beer made allowable bnbly on the 29th and 80lh and that
out o f bounds.
Everyone who has anything saitabk
aa a beverage.
| i f they can serve, th e citizens to act
desiare he did not. M yrtle Point has arguments In fa v o r o f including that
wRh them a t that tim e will be A . H. for exhfiikion at thè Cora Show ia
the strongest team in the comity this
leeted to get R in bere Ih# trae
Another scrub bull round-up k to I Powers, T. P. H an k y and Henry
county’s own J. L., who is no year and outplayed Marshfield all the meeting early in December.
pari of that week. It k a big |
be held soon after the Coti)
C<*n Show, nays | Sengstacken.
s newspaper man himself,
get thè exhibit* gathered and
•toy here was all too Ir ie f,
Roy Stewart in “ R ID E R S O F TH E J . L l Smith, date to be announced hit-
Zane G rey’s “ R ID E R S OF THE and thè eoaamittee wiD approdate
ride across to F o rt W illiam
There will be a danee Saturday eve- D A W N ” by Zane Grey a* the Liber
other stock they want to ship out DAW N” at the Liberty Nov. Sand 9. earty arrivai ef <
Northwestern shore o f Lake
ping, Nov. 6, at Goulds’ Hall. M u s k ty Nov. 8 and 8. See the program on should notify Mr. Imhh.
! ■ * the program «■ pago thr
by Eula P s t n » « ’» orehestra.
on seventh pago.)
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