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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1906)
To the Votera o! Coos County C h a r l e s V .
G a l l o w a y
E diths H erald .
G. A. IMHOFF,
D. E. STITT,
I sbe the Re-
All the Lutest
Pesions in Frames.
India Ink and OH.
, v a m h i u l COUNTY)
publican cou n ty com m ittee o f which
The Law and Order League
Mr. Chase is its chairman has sent
Coos county represents a body
WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1906.
out circulars of lamentation to Re
more than 850 voters pledged to sup
publicans because the Law and O r
Farmer«' andSbipper«' Congreaa port men openly favorable to tem
der League indorsed a few temper
perance. They are men from all;
ance democrats for county officers
One week ago today the largest, parties, most largely republicans
349 First Street
Now this League is composed of as ,
Lock Box 212 0
most enthusiastic and important and democrats.
many republicans as democrats ami
Coquille, . Or.
business meeting ever held in Coos
The purpose of the League is to
they all worked harmonious in that
county convened in the large pavil eleqt county officials who will give
meeting and had there been any at
ion at North .Bend. All sections of [ an economical, busines- administra-
tempt to favor one party above an
state were represented, about 54 1 tion of county affairs, md enforce
. other, there would of been nn erup
delegates from the outside coming the law.
Nothing more, nothing1
tion, but there was not.
down from Portland per steamer and less.
! League as we all know was com
by the different stage lines. The
In mass convention this body
posed of temperance men and they
delegates were called together endorsed Ed. Rackliff, J. F. TIall,
warned us before the primaries that
at an early hour by the several stains A. McNair, W. W. Gage, W- F.
if either of the parties put up tem-
of music made by the North Bend Disher, W. E. Cleghorn, Dr. E-
, perance men they would indorse
band, and was called to order by Mingus and A. N. Gould,
J- G- Fish
D E M O C R A T IC N O M IN E E
them and would indorse them and
MANUFACTURERS of Butter Boxes, Cubes, Apple and Fruit o o x f*
Hon. E. Hofer, of Salem, president these men we will vote, and appeal
Congress they done just what they said they
Cabinets, Tables, Counters, Store Fronts, etc.
of the Willamette Valley Develop to all men who believe in temper Representative : in
-------------- would do; but I am sorry to say
Turning Work a Specialty.
All Orders given
ment League. He started the ball ance, majority rule and fair play, to
To The Voters and Taxpayers the republicans only nominated one
rolling by giving an enthusiastic support them also.
of Cooe County
temperance man on their ticket and
statement of the purposes of the these men, three things guided the
S. L. CURRY,
M ea ls at all Hours
his opponent was also a temperance
gathering, and was followed by convention, namely:
As the Marshfield Sun has at this
From a a m to 9 P M ,
man so they indorsed neither.
Mayor Simpson who delivered the ability and a record that proved late hour, set up a rehash of its
H. R. DIMMICK,
This shows they were not trying to
address of welcome F. W. Leadbet- them to possess the first named charge against W. W. Gage in 1898,
throw their influence to either of
ter President Portland Commercial qualities. They are also pledged we give below the reply as thrash
W. W. HAYES,
the old parties.
And as to those
Club then gave a response on be to give local option law a fair ed out at that time.
independent candidates nominated
half of the city of Portland, which chance to prove its merits.
E. J. COFFELT,
The editor of the Marshfield Sun a ll temperance republicans, the
M R S . C. O. O IL K E Y , P op rie to re sa
was an able effort and showed the
A few men using the name of the has seen fit to question my official
R eaaonablo Rate to
a p o o la l A ttention O lv en
committee says, had they been
good will of our metropolis toward republican central committee, work doings of the last two years of my
M. G. POHL,
R e guiar Boar
» C om m ercia l P » o p l .
nominated at the republican pri
us. J. W. Bennett then took the ing not in the interest (ft the party term in office, making the false al
maries, this democratic law and
stage and in his usual witty manner, but the liquor business, have made legation that I have received $1400
The Socialist Party of Oregon is
order league, as they pleaBe to term
entertained the meeting for a time. an attack, as devoid of reason as it for services for whioh I am account
them, would not have indorsed the party for the masses.
is of truth, upon this convention able to Cooe County. I hereby
D R . W E T M O R E ’S
“ Forty feet of water on the Coos and its aotion. At that convention brand such as a bare, malicious and
Now the republican committee
Bay Bar” was then discussed by were three republicans to one dem unprincipled falsehood.
when they say this, are simpiy signed an undated resignation if
Hon. Jefferson Myers, who was ocrat and the endorsement of three
I come before the people for re- talking through their hats.
They elected and will step down and out
v president of the Fair Commission at democrats was made because they election on my past record as an
know if they know anything that if they refuse to do their duty.
the Lewis and Clark Exposition at possessed the above named quali officer.
They stand for equal suffrage of
that is a falsehood for they have no
Portland last year, and who had in ties, and their republican oppo
I take this method of making reason to say they would not, but all law abiding citizens, irrespective
I am prepared to treat all
measuro, became apprised o f the nents did not, from a temperance
known to the voters that I have would only have been too glad to of sex.
importance of Coos county as a sec point of view. We in no way de never converted to my own use any
Medical and Surgical Cases.
They are in favor of Local Op
have done so.
sire or intend to interfere with the moneys that came into my poses-
tion, and the bay as a harbor.
All this talk that the Law and
Mayor Simpson again came to the republican or democratic parties or sion that rightfully belonged to
Order League is composed wholly but in all measures pertaining to
S p a t i a l R a t e s m a d s to n A s s o u s h s .
front and made an explanation as principles as such.
Coos County as a result of my du of democrats is only iutended to the welfare of the county or city,
what is meant by the Coos Bay
Every man o f us is left free to ties of Sheriff of said County. My
m sn t.
brow-beat republicans back into believing that the majority should
country; that it includes Coos, Cur vote our convictions on all questions record is an open book. It has been
line. The time has been that these govern, and all laws should be re
Douglas, Lane. and officials that involve such prin inquired into by every grand jury
county committees could dictate to spected until they are amended by
Jackson, Klamath and Lake count- ciples.
But county affairs is a and the County Court four times a
Train Nurses in Attendance.
their parties to vote the party ticket the vote of the people.
ties, embracing area of over 30,266 question of efficient men and econ year. They have each time report
if there was a black dog on it, and TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878.—
square miles, and with a population omy.
Party spirit is well nigh ed no discrepancies; no irregulari
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
they would do it.
But that time
dead here, as it ought to be. And ties.
For Further Particulars AddreBS
has passed. People have risen to a
U nited S tates L an d O f f ic e ,
Rev. Wm. Cramer, of M t Angel, any set of men who try to use a
I reiterate that I have never taken higher plane; they hold principle
Roseburg, Oregon, May 3, 190b. j
then gavo a talk on “ What Oregon party lash this way will injure vastly
Notice is hereby given that in compli- ]
any funds that rightfully belonged above party. No republicans are
ance with the provisions of the Act of i
Needs and How to Secure it,” whioh more than help their party, as well
to the County, or did I ever neglect easily fooled, even by circulars sent Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “ An
was well received.
Dr. Withy- as all reform and advancement.
to do my full duty, or did I ever out by the Republican County Com Act for the sale of timber lands in the !
States of California, Oregon, Nevada, |
More than half o f the republican
combe, candidate for governor, who
show favoritism to any individual or mittee.
and Washington Territory,” as extend
had just arrived, then made his ap central committee had no part in
corporation for money considera
Now wheu they talk of our pres ed to all the Public Land States by Act
of August 4, 1892,
pearance and in a very short ad the attack made and do not hesi
ent officers enforcing the law so
SAM W . JOHNSON,
dress, extended congratulations to tate to say so. And no thoughtful,
I believe my regard for collecting well, that makes me smile; and as I of Coauille, County of Coos. State of
Oregon, line this day filed in this office
consistent, temperance man, who
Coos on her forward movement.
taxes and enforcing the laws will do not propose to be personal, or I his sworn statement No. 6696 for the
We guarantee better work
Greeting from Yamhill by Chas. thinks more of his home and coun compare very favorably with any
would show you differently, but the purchase of the S Sj ° f NE hi, SE % of
NW * 4 , NE li of SW V 4 , of Section No.
V. Galloway, for congress, brought try than he does of his party, be
prices than can be
officer the County ever had. The people can judge as for that.
4, in Township No. 27 South, Range No.
trayed by such unprincipled men,
forth hearty cheers.
antipathy of the Sun editor towards
Now why not be honest and say 11 West, W. M., and will offer proof to
had elsewhere. Do not order
Wednesday evening Mayor Straw, and prostituted to such a destruc me is well known for the reason some of our county officers hnve show that the land sought is more val
uable for its timber or stone than for
Monumental work until you
of Marshfield, Judge Scott, Col. J. S,
that I am not his tool, or the ma been tugging at the public teat for agricultural purposes, ami to establish j
his claim to said land before the County
Stockton, Hon. B. F. Mulkey and will be influenced by that attack.
have called upon or written
chine of any party, parties or cor lo these many years, they now fear Clerk and the Clerk of County Court of
It is no fault of the republican
Rev. i . C. Elliott entertained the
Coos County, at his office at Coquille,
they will lose their job.
us for prices.
gathering with enthusiastic speech party that the liquor business is
Thanking you all for your for
F uom a L if e L o n g R e p u b l ic a n .
Saturday, the 28th day of .inly, 1906.
es fer Coos Bay and its harbor, all trying to use it in this county, nor mer loyal support, allow me to sub
He names as witnesses:
D avid F ulton , Local Agent, Coquill«.
Lee Neely, Herbert Johnson, Glenn
of which we would like to publish, will it in any way injure it to elect scribe myself,
Barker and Bert Teters, all of Fairview,
but space forbids except we give three county officers, who are demo
Will overcome indigestion and Oregon.
STEWART & WHITE. Props.
Any and all persons claiming adverse
dyspepsia; regulate the bowels and
them in different issues, continuing crats on national issues. Hern we
Phone, Main 238.
W . W . G age .
cure liver and kidney complaints. ly the above-described lands are re
j[3dj& D Sts., Marshfield. Ore.
from one week to another, which believe the good, deliberate ju d g
quested to file their claims in this office
It is the best blood enricher and on or before said 28th day of July, 1906.
we will probably do. They are every ment of the voters will sustain our
Open letter from J. B. Hassett, invigorator in the world. It is
B en iam in L . E d d y ,
word good, from the Irish witicisms action nnd elect the men endorsed Secretary and Treasurer of the purely vegatable, perfectly harm
of J. W. Bennett to the hardest by the League.
Beaver Hill Coal Company, in re. less, and should you be a sufferer
from disease, you will use it if you
We are not disposed to make a gard to W. W. Gage.
Jicks gotten in by Mayor Simpson
T H E N E W ID E A
THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE
COUGH SYR U P
for “40 feet of water on Coos Bay porsonal attack on candidates not
Editor Coast Mail:—
R. N. Andrews Editor and Mgr.
endorsed by us.
But simply say,
The Sun makes a statement that Bocoa and Rookledge News. Cocoa,
Aftei the Congress was over a that the best interest of the majority various sums of money were paid to Flu. writes; I have used your Her-
number of our outside friends came of the people of this county neces W. W. Gage by the Beaver Hill bine in my family, and find it a
over to this side and took a look at sitate a united temperance vote for Coal Company, nnd the unexplain- j most excellent medicine. Its eft'-
by us. ed facts are being used against Mr. ects upon tnysolf have been a mark
Moves the Bowels
f f l U l Best for Children ■ ■ ■ ■ RiJCimrBiitmmfwqBetti.
the Coquille valley, with which all the men endorsed
they aro exceedingly well pleased. "United we will stand, divided we Gage in this campaign.
will fall.” Hence the desperate ef
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There is nothing in the matter to i
Last Thursday evening marked fort of the liquor men to divide us. be concealed. The company called
. , | Notice is hereby given “ that all
a very pleasnnt event for the Royal Can they fool You? We think not. on „ Mr. Gage
repeatedly for special _
' . „ .
Neighbors of America in this city
We Relieve that a good majority deputies to guard the money ship- j Coos county warrants drawn on the
Gcneral Road Funds prior to June
as upon that occasion they initiated is more than “ the will of a few peo ped from the bank to
the mine for | ^ 1 9 0 6 will be paid Rti presenta-
a large class into the mysteries of ple in certain precincts,” and an
pay-day pu rposes, and the preven- tion at my Office in Coquille Oregon.
the order. Deputy Supreme Oracle officer is not a sneak who executes tion of crime aad protection of the
No interest will be allowed on any
Ada Howard of Seattle has been the law, and competent men will Company’s property, in nnd about
of these warrants that have been
here for the last two weeks busily not “ bring the county into endless the mine and detection of criminals.
endorsed after June 1st 1906.
We appeal to every The law does not provide any meth
engaged' in explaining the merits litigation.”
J. B. D ulley .
of this order and had the pleasure voter, who believes in the brother od for the payment of such deputies
Treasurer of Coos County, Oregon.
of seeing a very large and enthus hood of humanity and social obliga or service and the company paid in
Dated May 28, 190G.
iastic class of candidates gather as tions, to work and vote with us for accordance with the service per
the result of her labors. After the this common good. We believe the formed.
How to Ward off Old Age.
Under the old svstom the
ceremony of adoption was conclud law will give its best results execut County would pay the bills for a
The most successful wav of ward-
ed the camp team and officers put ed by officials favorable to it.
great deal of this class of work done, mg off the approach of old age is to
We trust that we will no longer but under existing cjtcnmstances maintain a vigoioua digestion. I his
on their beautiful drill and floor
work in a manner to gain the ap let personal or party politics divide the company had to pay as the Sher- can be done by eating only food
. . . .
suited to your age and occupation,
plause of all the spectators. After uB on this question, which so vitally iff could not be expected . to
do it out ;ulJ
anv ,lisor<1..r ,,f the stom-
the drill was over, the young ladies effects our physical, intellectual and of his own pocket, nor out of his :U.|, appears take a dose of Cham-
of Laurel Camp served light re. moral welfare.
j berlaiu's Stomach and Liver Tab-
freshments. Neighbor Howard de The Law and Order League of Coos
There was no attempt at secrecy.! lsts to correct it. It you have a
serves great praise for the manner
These fact, were known by a bun- wenk 8tf>mach or “ r,! troubIed with
in which she has labored for the
J. J. Lamb, President.
I indigestion, ¡you will find these |
good of the order, and has succeed
A. Haberly, Secietary.
. dred men or more. The services Tablets to be just what you need,
ed in making a great many warm I
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were paid for in the usual way p or g8le by R. S. Knowlton.
friends not only for herself but for |
through the pay-roll aud by check
the order she represents.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
, ! on Flanagan and Bennett Bank,
Mrs. Josie Sumner. Bremond, 1 an(, tllP spcoifi). lncUi were dulv re- Department of the Interior, Laml Office |
In our last issue we published a
Tex. writes, April 15, 1902 “ I ha re ported each month to the San Fran- | at Hoseburg, Oregon, May 12, 1906.
paid article anent equal suffrage, used Ballard’s Snow Liniment in | cisco parties interested,
Notice is hereby give« that the fol-
| lowing-named settler has filed notice of 1
which caused some of our friends niy family for three years. 1! Your» respectfully,
Ilia intention to make final proof in sup- !
J. B. H assett , j port of his claim, and that said proof j
to think we had turned against that would not be without it in the
ltc made liefore the County Clerk
Secretary and Treasurer o f tae
noble cause, but not so.
and Clerk of County Court of Coos
girl for growing pains and nches in
itatistics at hand proving conclu lier knees. It cured her right away.
County, at his office at Coquillo, Oregon
on Jnlv '-’0th, 1906. vi*: William A .,
sively the incorrectness of the I have also used it for frost bitteu
Custer, Homestead Application No. 13,-
statements therein contained, and feet, with good success. It is the
570 for the S W '4 of Section 21, Tp 28
D tN TIST
South, Range 13 West, W. M.
that the states having adopted equal' **8» liniment I ever used.” 50c. and
He names the following witnesses to
C ro w n , B rid ge and Gold prove
suffrage h.,ve advanced iu u > I«l»» it l0 0 ' *l R' & Knowlton’*.
his continuous residence upon,
and cultivation of, said land, via: Frank
tion. manufactured goods »aid in
Three chok>4S 5^ * „ lot., ne8r the
Work a Specialty.
N. Miller, Ithamer 9. Robison and Ca
leb T. Robison, all of Arago, Oregon,
paying good wages over all states , ohool houHe> for „ . ¡ e; p ..ice *400.
C O Q U IL L E O R EG O N
All Work Guaranteed
and H. N. Tyrell of Coqnille, Oregon.
which deny women that pri rijege. 1 Address Wm, Candlin, owner, Co-
B en jam in L. E d d y ,
P hone Mux 1101
Vote for equal suffrage.
and BOX FACTORY
Lone Star Restaurant
Monuments and Headstones
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