Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Coquille Valley sentinel and the Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1917-1921 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1918)
County 8upsrinUnde«it Mulkey fa
in receipt frota (U t o Superintendant
ChúrcMll o f • circular latear from the
Surgeon Ganara) o f th * United States
is the Amount Asked From in regard te m e^ who wiU ba in Claaa
I amone tita new registrante. It aajra
Coquille for the 4th
that man w ith »p ed al qusliftestion» as
edúcalors — * bastea ba u e d
in teaehing and training oripplad and
disabled man te prepara tham fo r new
vocatioos, tban in aandhig tbam te tha
froiU. Am ong Um Hnaa in whieh man
Oregon Is Enjoying Wonderful Prosperity
From Government Expenditures—
Buy Bonds to the Limit.
I f there is s State in the Union which is duty
bound to subscribe, yes, and to exceed its quota in this
Fourth Liberty Loan, that state ie Oregon.
perity'at the present time is the greatest in the history
of the state and that prosperity it due entirely to causes
contributary to the prosecution o f the war. Every
section o f the State is benefitted and almost every in-
dustry, large and email, has come in for its share of
the tremendous expenditures that the Government is
labor m ight be trained stenography,
county’s total is »726,608.
This is typew ritin g and, etrange to ray, a g ri
subdivided as fellow .:
¿ '$ £ § ¡4 1 culture are euggeeted.
North Bend, » 111 , 000 .
W arm est Day Ever.
Bandon, »80,000. ^
was the warm est day ws
ever saw in Oregon— that is in the a f
M yrtle Point, »66,600.
ternoon. _ The therm om eter a t Mc
Reports from the other towns in the Curdy’s ranch ju st north o f town went
country are that M arshfield has raised up to 98 degrees ia the shade, and
»260,000; Bend on »60,000; North Bend the sun beat down fu lly as hard h en
Today, though, it was
and M yrtle Point are over the top; ia town.
cloudy until noon and the afternoon is
and Powers has doubled hsr quote.
. A t 1:S0 this afternoon the total not uncomfortable.
number o f subscribers to the loan in
the CoquiUe district was 246 and the
tota l amount o f their subscriptions
was »31,600, or sn avsrags o f »129 per
The subscriptions from the 8itks
■pill, which have not been turned in
to the banks by Chairm aif A . B. Rob
ert sa yet, are expected to reach the
»10,000 mark, which would mean that
at noon today the Coquille quote was
only h alf subscribed.
Coquille ladies w ere given addition
al cause to be proud o f their sex on.
Wednesday evoning o f this week when
Mrs. L. P . Branstottar, Mrs. C. E.
Mulkey and Mrs. W . G. Brandon made
those stirrin g, patriotic appeals to the
large crowd assembled a t the corner
o f Taylor and Second streets, in the
interests o f the Fourth Liberty Loan.
A . C. Lu kens, »60
That their pleas w ere effective ia
M rs. A . C. Luimos, »60. .•
proved by tlie fa ct that thirty-odd
Geo. Good rum, »190
new applications fo r bonds were made
L. P. Bran» tetter, »200
at the banka during the evening.
Am elia L afferty, »66.
A . T. Morrison, Raymond E. Baker
9. L. Smith, »50.
in d Loo J. Cary w o n the gentleman
Mrs. J. L. Smith, »60
who likew ise.m ade short talks on the ^
Mr. and Mrs. E. A . Folsom, »600
R a tliff H. Liw b oroo, M cKinley, »60
The large chorus which had been
L. A . Lawhorne, M cKinley, »306.
drilled by 9. G. Leslie led in tha sing
Mrs. John Bellonl, Riverton, »60.
“ Am erica,”
R. & Knowllon, »200.
Spangled Banner” ^sad ‘‘ Keep the
Mrs. Annie A . Young, »100.
A . Ellin goon, »100
Mrs. R. L. Gitalin, »200
A . P . Kirshman, »190.
F. C. Pursley, »60
Fred Slagle, »60.
M yrtle Knowlton, »60.
M yrtle DeLong, »200.
J. W . Laird, »100.
Mrs. J. W . Laird, »100
J E. Norton, »»0 0
H. N. Lorens, »600.
E. E. Johnson, »200.
C. J. Fuhrman, »600
C. Torres, »100.
Dorothy W. Tuttle, »60
B. R Tutors, Fairview , »60.
T. B. and Eva S. Currie, »200.
H. A . Young. »100
H enry A . Young J r , »60.
Geo. Shelton, »60.
Geo. P. Falconer, »100.
P . J. Jacobsen, »100
M. P. Jacobean, »100
Buelah L. Norton, »100.
Coquille V alley M ercantilo Co. »600.
F . G. Leslie, »100.
Burton McEwcn, »60.
lE. A . W im er, »100.
Annie W im er, »100.
Fred A . W im er, »100.
Judith C ollier, »100.
Geo. T. Moulton, »100.
A . W . Varney, »60.
J. 8. Lawrence, »100
Ida K. Owen, »100.
Chaa. H sr locker, »100.
Ed D etlef sen, »400.
Mrs. W. L. Kistner, »100.
M. O. Hawkins, »100.
Z ettle M Hawkins, »100.
Florence A . Barton, »60.
R. L. M edley. »60.
S. M Nosier, »200.
Lula M. Nosier, »100
John F. Bullack, »10ÖT
F. R. Bullack, »100.
John Jacob Foots, »60.
Mrs. W. J. Ferbracho. »60
J. S. Sawyer. »60.
Dr V L Ham ilton, »60
Laura B. Hamilton, »60.
E. E. Fraedricks, »100
Fred Von Pegert, »60.
A'nnie E. Von Pegert, »60.
Anna M orrison, »60.
E. H. Hamden, »200.
F. W . Jones, »60.
Irene L. Jones, »60 *
Rena L Danielson. »60.
Mrs. M ary J. N orris, »60.
G. W . Norris, »60.
Mrs. Geo. P . Goodman. »60
D. A . Wood, »60
E lla W alatram, »100.
the Bed Crasa, tbs Honor Guard and
the CoquiUe Cooe Guard, Geo. N .
B attey acting as marshal.
y) One or tw o things occurred te arar
the evening’» events.
One was tha
tooting and m oving o f automobile*
Visited By Grand Master.
W . F. W alker, o f Springfield, Ore.,
grand m aster o f the L O. O. F . fa r
Oregon, made his official visit to the
lodge hare Tuesday evening.
made a splendid talk to tho members
present, and although he tried to keep
o ff tbs subject o f war, when he saw
the Odd Fellow service fla g hanging
there he broke bis rule and p aid bis
24, to prelen t their case against the -
new assessment which doubles the
total valuation in that city. M yrtle
Point merchants were here Wednes
day, Spencer, Strong and Peterson,
to show why their stocks should not
be listed as high sa they have been.
The tim ber owners w ill be over bare
tom orrow to present their cnee.
W hat Irrigation. Doca.
From shoe strings to merchant ships is a fa r cry
but Uncle Sam ia buying these and thousands of other
items besides. Figures approximating the amount of
cash being circulated here are astounding.
Actual contracts placed fo r the building and equip
ping of i i f excess of two hundred million dollars’ worth
o f ships should indeed furnish every individual directly
or indirectly benefitted by this industry with ample
incentive to pledge himself or herself for Liberty Loans
in amounts fa r greater than he or she has ever been
able to lay aside before.
The expenditures of the Spruce froduction Diyision
> of the U. S. Arm y through its Portland office up to
/ September 1, 1918, approixmated 110,800,000.00, which
does not include salaries paid to the thousands of sol
diers who are working in the executive as well as the
productive departments of this branch o f Government
The figure does include the purchase of
equipment fo r and the building of railroads, mills,
camps etc., and the purchase of lumber, auto trucks,
engines and boilers. The greater portion, by far, of
all those millions has been put in circulation in the
State of Oregon. Moreover, they are being augmented
constantly with other millions and who is there to w y
that when the Government asks to borrow a portion of
and all w ars that this
this wealth to help end this
request shall not be complied with in the greatest
D. P . Jenkins wss up Saturday from
Parkersburg and called at the Sentinel
office to insert an advertisem ent o f
4 airy cows to rent. H e says that in
the five years he has been ranting the
' ranch he now occupies he has increas
ed its capacity from IS to 120 cattle.
Ho cams from sn irrigated section in
Montana and has found that it pays
to irriga te the bottom lands o f this
Assessor W ill Revise Them.
It has boss suggested by some
heavy taxpayers that the school and
rood district boards as w ell as pert
comm issions and city councils m ay
levy taxes at the same rate aa before
the asaeassNnt was ratesd an average
o f fifty par cant, with the result that
a good dead more money would he
raised than the six per cent increase
the law allows. Assessor Beyers as
sures us that these fears are ground
less. In the first place a ll taxin g
bodies s n required to make their bud
gets in dollars and not in rates per
cent; in the second place a ll proposed
The Government Subsistence Department alone is
circulating an approximate five hundred thousand dol
lars per month in Oregon and this money reaches and
benefits every section of our State. The purchases in
clude not only supplies for local consumption by Gov
ernment and soldiers. In addition to these, a very
large amount of foodstuffs produced in Oregon is con
stantly being sent» to Camp Lewis and other training
camps as well as large shipments which are going
abroad to feed our own boys in the trenches.
In one week these was sent to Camp Lewis thirty
thousand pounds of fresh Oregon pork and five hundred
thousand pounds of flour produced from Oregon wheat
in Oregon flouring mills. U nde Sam pays cash for this
and Oregon workmen, merchants, manufacturers and
farm ers receive that cash. And right now they have
the opportunity o f lending it back to their aforesaid
Uncle, giving him the opportunity of again spending it
Every section of the state benefits.
wheat and stock ranches of Central ahd Eastern Ore-
gon furnish the two great stapler, meat and w heat
The Columbia river and coast counties are called upon
to supply fish, chiefly salmon, o f which the Government
ia purchasing this year 66 per cent o f the entire pack.
Not only Oregon boys, but those o f every state in the
Union are eating Oregon salmon in France. Tons of
dehydrated fruits and vegetables raised in nearly every
county in the state are being shipped from here to our
boys "over there.”
Canned milk from Linn, Coos,
Yam hill, Clatsop and Clackamas counties m finding ita
way to local camps and to foreign.
Coos and Curry
efeeese ia being introduced to and consumed by hun
dreds of thousands of soldiers at home and abroad who
never heard of it before and who will have an appetite
for it when they return to peaceful pursuits. That is
inevitable, for the Government orders cheese by the
offics i f they c a rry .a n increase o f
more than 6 per cent above last year's
Aguras, without the sanction o f tha
votes o f the people affected.
Coon Guard Dance Oct. 5.
this road fo r the reasons wu stated
last week, but he ia callin g the court
together this afternoon to decide upon
the answer to make to Engineer
The CoquiUe Cooe Guard w ill give
a 10-cent dance in Andereon’s H all on
Saturday evening o f next week, Oct.
6. W hile th a n w ill be no draw ing
o f any kind to make tha a ffa i^ m o re
interesting there w ill be the same cor
dial reception o f visitors and atten
tion to detail which has characterised
Coqnille’s w ar purpose dances in the
Competent floor managers
have boon appointed to see that ev
eryone has an opportunity to sajoy
him self or herself to the lim it. I f
you fa il to attend it w ill be our loss.
Slacker W as Caught.
Seven for Special Service.
H. M. Brown employed at a cafe ia
North Bend wma brought over here
iaat Saturday and placed ia Jail on a
ch» rg r o f evading the d r a ft He waa
exempted Iaat year on account o f
w orking in a camp at Powers but had
net been ea the job fo r several
mouths. Ha was also accused o f mak
ing seditioua remarks and on account
o f speaking German eras suapeeted o f
being an alien enemy. He eras re
leased Tuesday on condition that he
Another cell has been received by
the local board fo r special service men
to appear here October 2. The fo l
low ing are the namea o f the men:
W or die D elroy Engbloom, Coquille.
Alonso M iller Davie, CoquiUe.
Peter M igale, Marshfield.
V ictor C. Evland, North Bend.
W illiam D. M cKay, Beaver H ill.
Clarence Green. North Bend.
Guta Both Blue and Rad.
Violates Espionage Act.
T o Every Subscriber
Whose Ubql i» earlier than October, 1918
I f you wish to receive next week’s Sentinel on time pleaae
remit with an advance subscription—enough to pay beyond
Today ie Coqsllle and Band on day
before tho Board o f Equalisation.
W hile w * were attending tha seasien
the only kick heard from CoquiUe
came from a well-known ritisen who
insisted that the assessment o f Ms
r w M w n was too low— that it ought
te ba raised from »800 to »1,000. His
request w ill without doubt be granted.
this d^Kte— in time for us to receive the amount before next
week’s paper is mailed.
The government rule against send
ing papers to subscribers who have not paid in advance will
go into effect October first
Make all remittances payable to
H. W . Y O U N G . CoqTille. Ore.
There is but little question that the
Corn Ray Tim es 1a rendering its e lf li
able to prosecution under the espion
age act by the articles it has pub
lished and is continually publishing
advocating ancrchy and disregard o f
law in the m atter o f the closing o f the
Coquille reed at Bunker H ill w hile the
improvements there are in progress.
I f Mike M aloney bee any friends in
J. H. McCloekcy is ju st in receipt o f
a card from A . J. Radabaugh. who te
o jt attending the state fa ir a t Salsm,
toiling Mm th a rth s N orw ay Cream
ery won the first prisa fo r butter
there, with a score o f 96H end the
Coquille V alley Cream ery the second
prise with a score o f 9416 A fte r Mc
Closkey has got both the blue and the
red ribbons there le n t much le ft fo r
the other cream eries in the state.
A t a special election o f Beulah
Chapter No. 6 O. E. S. last evening
W orthy Matron to succeed Mrs. F. G.
Mrs. Anna Von P egert
was elected as Conductress end Mm.
Gertrude Loraus aa Associate Con-