The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003, November 04, 1921, Page 4, Image 4

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her share at. trouble, came to FORMING
see us first, but wa couldn’t see our ;
Aad The CeauOle r m l l
!*wd against murderers. “ Let justice way clear to sign a petition for his j M parents wish their children to
a aeon r a r e n in a aooa town P * dooa thou» h the heavens fall.” If pardon. Then we began to get long foam good reading habits they must
letters from Emmett himself, ajking |
form auch habits themselves
■ T R W . YOUNG.
otner lands, 1st ue see to it also that our intervention, and as our
there is no hotter way to do ^ 4
the murderers pay the penalty o f their half was closely connected with one o f than to bring into the household g pe­
Subscript!#* Rates
One Year ..................*.................|2.00
.................. ................|2.00crimes. America is unafraid and so the Dalton victim»— a first cousin,
riodical that will be of interest to ev­
Six Months ...........................
............................. / . 1.001
arejtrue Americans at home or over­
. 1.00
fact, not only to Banker Ayres but
ery member of it; that will supply the
A r s e Months .................................. 00 seas'
his wife also—it can easily he under­ best reading for old and young.
No subscription taken unlaas paid
stood why he was so anxious to secure Among the periodicals of this descrip­
for in advance. This rule is impera­
our kelp.
tion The Youth’s Companion is unique.
We fit Ally went to Leavenworth Net nnlÿ-does it sim to entertain and
- England is now in the fix o f the
Advertising Rates
swain who “ could be happy with either and spent the best o f an afternoon inform boys and girls in their teens,
20 cents were totber dear charmer away,” but talking to Emmett in the warden’s es it name suggests, but there is not
per inch, less then 6 inches, 28 cents neither Japan nor the United States office at the prison. Of course, we felt
a page in it that parents can pass ov­
per inch. No advertisement inserted
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for lam than 80 cents. Reading no­ is willing to be satisfied with a divided there was no danger that he would er with indifférente.
tices 8 cents per line; under Minor I allegiance on the part o f the dashing ever again become an outlaw, robbing
The 52 issues of 1922 will be crowd­
Mention, 10 eents per line.
Want fyoung John Bull. Each wants him to banks and trains, and i f ha had been ed with serial stdriea, short stories,
advertisements one cent a word. No|pledge h{j ^ h
her, ^
u onr sent to prison to be reformed, fifteen
editorials, poetry, facto and fun.
rending i notiee, or advertisement of I
Subscribe now and receive:
any kind, inserted for 1ms
limitation of armaments is to convene its requiring the whole ninety
1. The Youth’s Companion—62 is­
And then he assured us
at Washington a week from 'tomorrow. ntfie.
sues in 1922.
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Office Comer Second end- Taylor 84a. Great Britain is due to find that she earnestly and emphatically that if we
2. All the remaining issues o f 1921.
must take her choice between having would aid him, he would sa conduct
8. The Companion Home Calendar
Catered at the Çoqnille Postoffice as I Japan or the United States as in ally. himself that we should never regret
for 1922.
aa " Matter.
Second CUeeM
Close Mail
| This country saved England from it, and seemed so anxious to retrieve
All for 82.60.
| ruin three years ago, and we don’ t like himself, that we ggve him the benefit
4. Or include McCall’s Magazine,
Prince Sixtus, of the formerly royal | the idea of her tying up with the only of the doubt and went right over to
the monthly authority on fs»h-
hpuse of Bourbon and brother-in-law | nation that threatens onr peace. If Topeka to talk to Governor Hooh, who
iona. Both publications, only
o f the late Empreas of Russia, has E n g ir d and America stand together was a fellow toiler in tne oumalistic
88 . 00 .
accepted a position in a fertiliser fac- wjth “ two hearts that beat as one; ranks, and see if we couldn’t persuade
tory. The royal family business is j two souls with but a single thought," him to make Emmett a free
Commonwealth Ave. A St.-Paul St.,
at a very low ebb just now.
| at the coming conference it will mean again.
Boston, Mass.
The governor soon paroled him and New Subscriptions Received at this
that we con begin to tnrn our swords
Ex-GoVernor Lowden will make the | into plowshares and our spears into in a little while made it a full pardon.
onjy formal address givdn during the | pruning hooks and let our navies be- He should, however, have been on pro­
entire period of the Pacific Interna- come junk; but if not there will 4>e bation a good deal longer. For he
Putting One Over
tional Live Stock Exposition at Port- rough seas and stormy weather ahead, soon fell into evil ways, though never
little daughter was
land next week. He will speak in and we will have to keep our armour
the stadium at 2 o’clock Tuesday -of- bright. We are getting very n$ar the he went so far as-4o exploit his crim never forgetful of her formal prayers
ternoon and it is expected that his ad- forks o f the road. God grant that inal career for profit and staged “ The and had been allowed the privilege of
blood may prove thicker than water as Dalton Raid.” We have seen the film adding any original remarks that ¿he
dress will be o f profound interest.'
since we have been'in Oregon and it saw fit. One night in the very late
we have so often heard.
wasn’t worth while as a fall, at the close of her prayer, she
In this day we are learning a great
picture, besides the bed lesson it teach- added:
many new facts in American history.
“ And, dear Lord, please send the
Despite all the ecorm of biographies
I wonder what the road hog thinks,
We had lost track at him during the beautiful snow to keep the little
o f our first president published, we ss he goes on his way, detested by
have only just learned that George ail monied ginks, and cussed by niglyt past ten years, but have com4 to very flowers warm through the winter.”
Washington was a millionaire. He and day. He surely hates the humAn seriously question whether it was foy Climbing into bed, she confided:
may have been the first millionaire on race, as down the road he swings, and the best interest of society to pardon “ That’s the time I fooled Him.
this continent. Ho probably was not in his heart there is no place for kind­ him. It was a venture, of course, for want the enow so I ' can go sliding
only the first but the only millionaire ly, friendly things. We have our lit­ he certainly lacked the “ morale” to with my new sled!”— ilarperia Draw-
tle pewter carts, and we would sing become ’a good citizen.
and smile, if road hogs didn’t break
It is so « aaonly thought that good- ■
n o w A A D uiii . A
N am es
lute pendent is *n |onr i S r t s each quarter o f a mile. The
aged army officer, on the retired list, road hog loafs along, alas! and when apples could not be grown close to/
You have such strange names for
whose ego is not less than ninety-one. we honk oufi horn, beseeching room the ocean, but that it was necessary your towns,” an Englishman remark­
For some years his family has been enough to pass, he grins with maudlin to plant orchards back from the coast ed to one of his new Ameriean friends.
worried about his habit o f traveling Krora. Around the. riskly <jurves he for protection from the sea breezes, “ Weehawken, Hoboken, Poughkeep­
about alone. When he last proposed flies, and thinks he’s in the swim; the says the Bandon Western World. sie, and ever so many others.”
to go to Philaediphis to see some rules that govern decent guys have Samples of King apples brought there
“ I suppose they do sound queer to
friends they urged him to let his little weight with him. Some day the by Revis Costello, who now owns English ears,” said the American
daughter accompany him. But the fool will break his neck, but ere that what was formerly the Shirk place at 'thoughtfully. “ Do you live in London
Four Mile, soem to contradict this
old fighter would have none o f her.
day arrives, a dozen autos he may
all the time?”
Mr. Costello says it’s all
“ A man o f my age,’’ said he, “hAs wreck, or spoil a dozen live*. And theory.
“ Oh, no,” said the unsuspicious
all h^ can do taking care o f himself as I watch him drive his barge, and
Briton, “ I spend a part o f my time at
without having a woman tagging weave and spurt and turn, I wonder ing apples there is in the care of the Chipping Norton, and then I ’ve
trees; that neither the climate nor
around with him.”
why he is at large, when there are
ihe sea breezes are against them. He place at Pokeatogg-on-the-Hike.”
jails to burn. I wonder why a man’
Rythym is the rule almost every- it fined ten dollars or ten days, for points also to the success made at
The four-masted schooner, David
The first woman’s dress eon- shooting read hogs and their kind, growing tomatoes on the Hans Claus­ Evans, the first ship ever built at the
o f a fig lea$ From that t h e L jonff
public ways.— Island Motor en place at Four Mile this year. Mr. Marshfield shipyards, was recently
Clausen, although planting only for
burden kept ever increasing until the | |it
burned off the African coaat. She
home use, had ample to supply the
hoop skirt of 60 years ago made
has been Tor almost twenty years un­
entire neighborhood and the quality
street sweeping unnecessary. Since I TAKEg ¿ ¿ ^ B A N D I T S NAME
der the British flag, and April 28
was excellant.
then the pendulum has swung the I
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sailed from Portland for Cape Town,
ether way nntll the moat fashionably
Bab Dalton, one o f the Dalton
with nearly a million feet of lumber,
dressed have been those who got back brothers, who used to break in on the
Use Wool at Home
as near the fig leaf costume « . ths
pagee of th\ ne™ po.1? ? * ¡¡¡J
The fact that much wool has proved
Chock your calendar for November
police would allow. 'A start in t h e l « » " *
nic* el unsalable except at a l!*sg_h*s caused 18, ,17» 18, 19 and plan to attend the
novels” were more popular than the
other direction has been ordered by
many farm women to c o o sid e r the Farmers and Homemakers’ programs
movies are to rfy , is registered at the
the dictators o f fashion but Ameriean
home ^utilization of some ot the wool and the Corn Show, too.
Multnomah^ Mr. Dalton now lives at
woman balk and say no more street
on hand. A few months ag< u home
Vancouver, B. C., where he is preM
sweeping for them.
demonstration agent from the United
dsnt of tha International Fellowship
States Department ut Agriculture and
Club, Ltd., which is said to M a popu
The wey to settle the question over
tha State agricultural college gave
lar resort for Americans and Cana
which the coal miners are threatening
demonstration on the washing and
diana. Bob Dalton is registered at
e strike is for Judge Anderson to dis­
carding of wool for comforters at
Ihe Multnomah.
There is also an
solve his Injunction, end then for mine
club meeting in Silverdale community,
Emmett Dalton, registered from Los
operators to stand pat against ever
Kitsap County, Wash.
As a result
Angelas, at tha Hotel Oregon.— Ore­
making another agreement to take
women all over the county hav^ be
gonian. , ■
onion dues out o f the mlnaaf wages
come interested in making wool com
before paying them. As ill-advised an
Probably few, if any, of the readers fertars, and it seems ss if there would A Successful Specialist for the
agresment aa that by the coel com
of the Oregonian were as much inter­ be enough made to supply an entire
panics to set as collectors for the
P*st Fifteen Years
ested in this item aa the Sentinel future generation. Flour and sugar
unions was, and as illegal as Judgs
scribe. Juet who has been masquer
Anderson says it is, there is no ques­
sdlng at Portland under the name o f
tion about such an agresment having
that well known outlaw, Bob Dalton
been made. Let it be held inviolate
we have no idea, but what We do know
until the time 1a up, and then make
is that the Bob Dalton who used to
There is one rancher in Curry coun­
tio more such dickers.
Will be at
get so much newspaper notoriety thir­ ty who dooe not have to worry for
fear that his sheep will be attacked by
Chandler Hotel
in “ Death Alley” at Coffeyville in coyotes and that man is N. Baumgart;
When taxes are so high that one o f 1 October; 1882.
1892. Somebody, whether or ner, who owns a small place facing Friday, Nov. 18, from 8 p. i
the beat ranches in this valley will not not
not a
a relative
re|aUve of
of the
the Dalton
Dalton deeper-
deeper the ocean just north o f Brookings.
rent for enough to pay them your by adorn,
wj0—i seems
terms to
to find
And it
it profitable
profitable to
Opposite the Baumgartner ranch and Saturday, Nov. 1», from 10 a. m. to 4
year, it is,time to call a halt. We felt try
try eapitalisirig
otpHalisirig the
dead bandit’s
bandit’s no-
the dead
a few hundred yards from shore lies
se last fhll when we voted for the
the Dominion.
Goat Island, a rocky buttress several
Veterans’ bonus bill, but we knew that
may j* that it is not the ori-
acres in area that rises out o f the
debt should be paid ho the boys wh<
Emmatt Dalton, who barely ee-
PaejAc to a heighth of about a hun-
went over there if H took some of th«|cap#d death when Bob died, that was
dred feet. Strange as it may seem,
jrlncipal as well as the Income. I " I registered from Loe Angeles.
this' island is covered with a blanket
the present state of our debts and our ^
Emmett we met under rath-
of lush grasses which affords ample’
finances, though, it would be midsum- „ uauaual ciicum sulces.
He was
feed the year around for quite a
war madness for the Oregon elector- a stripling of nineteen at the time o f
dock of sheep. A spring of fresh wi
ate to pile on top o f the crushing bur- U , Coffeyvill, raid, when the Dalton
Dr. Mellenthin is a regular grad-
ter is also found on the islandT-
dea the Uxpayere are carrying three L g n f WM wlped 0Qt after kniing Mar-
it% i» medicine and surgery and is
Brookings Booster.
licensed by
millions more for a frolic four years
Connelly and other citizens. Em-
visits profeesionally the more impor-
hence. Let thrift not prodigality be mett> who cUimed to haT, advj8ed
tent towns and cities and offers to
State Needs One More
the watchword, and let us put tensible agalnit
n ld but to have ^
all who call on this trip consultation
Officials at the State penitentiary and »anim ation free, except the ex­
on guari next fall.
(Robert, was nearly killed but on are considering the erection of an pense of treatment when desired.
, According to his method pf treat­
n_ _ v
(his recovery, was tried for the crime additional scaffold in order to Accom­ ment he does not operate for chronic
l and sentence to ninety-nine years’ modate the numerous criminals to be appendicitis,
«tones, ulcers of the
Socialists, so called, who are really I confinement in Leavenworth peniten- hanged at that institution in the not stoanach, tonsils or adenoids.
Ho ahs to his credit many wonder­
anarchists warring against orderly I tiary. Just think what a figure he distant future. Business is certainly
ful results in diseases of the stomach
government and civilisation, have could cut in the movies after the ex- on the boom at the state pen, and Uvsr, bowels, blood, skin, nerves!
been attempting to assassinate United piration o f hie term. But Emmett accommodations fear those who are Heart, lndnevs, bed wetting, bladder,
State# representatives in France, Por- wasn't willing to wait that long to scheduled for the hangman’s noose catarrh, weak lungs, iheumatism, sci­
tagal and Peru, in order in timidate get into the mqyies, and after he had will not be disappointed. None will atic. Ing ulcers and rectal'ailments.
have been ailing for any
oar officials here at home, so that they been in charge h f the tailor shop at be turned away for lack o f adequate length o f time and do not get any
will not dare enforce the law and put the pea for only fifteen years, began service.— Roseburg News-Review.
better, do not fail to call, aa improper
two condemned murderers to delth. to move heaven end earth to secure a
ritwtfM eauzToMteg'ite^dlng? S a l
Our nation is not e© weak and wobbly parole.
His old mother, whose
as to deviate from Ha duty on ac- (maiden name was Adeline Yougnar, a
Remember above date, that examin­
count oi threats like th en . If ooca- member o f another outlaw family
ation on this trip will be free and that
Mn treatment is diRersnt.
sioa demends we can afford to have even mom
notorious than the
*«r cou n ts abrfcU become the victims Dahone, who certainly had Men
- f f g ’ S i - ” « B» “ » Bl~ k-
The S e n tin e l! afford to fail in t)m execution o f our
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age hits you there’s no money
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world’s mercy.
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saving N O W .
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your savings give you confidence to go
after the real things of life.
A dollar opens a savings account at
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when put aside rejgularly. Come and
let us lay out a savings plan for you.
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o f Coquille, O regon
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