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COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, W E D N E S D A Y , OCTOBER
Entered as second-class matter May
B, 1906, at tlie postoffioe at Coquille,
Oretron, under act of Congress of Marcii
PH Y8ICIAN AND SU B d EON.
A Few Sections of
Which Should Be Enforced
To the Letter.
Office over Kose’ s Store, Front St.,
C oquille , O kkuon .
Offioi Pbone Main 911.
No child under four
teen years of age shall be employed
in any factory, store, workshop, in
or about any mine, or in the tele,
graph, telephone, or public messen
Dr. C. IN. Endicott
Office over First National llank
Pbone Main 481.
E. D, SPERRY
Attorney and Connoellor at Law.
Office in Robinson Building
IN. C. CHASE,
Offio in ltobinson Building. Upstairs
C. R. BARR0IN
Attorney and Oonnsellor at Law
Office Phone 335 Main
Residence Pilone 346 Main
O oqotllb C ity , O bk
J. J. STANLEY
A. J. Sherwood,
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N otasi P ublic ,
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Section 3. No child under the
age of fourteen years shall be em>
ployed in any work, or labor of any
f< rm, for wages or other compensa
tion to whomsoever payable, duriog
the hours when the public schools
of the town, district, or city in
which he or she resides are in ses
Section 4. Attendance at school
shall be compulsory upon all child
ren between the ages of eight and
fourteen years in all cities, towns
and villages of the State of Oregon
during the whole of the school term
in the city, town or village in which
the child resides, and upon all
children in such city, towns and
villagis between the ages of four
teen and sixteen years who are not
employed in some lawful work.
Section 5 No child under six
teen years of age shall be employed
at any work before the hour of
seven in the morning, or after the
hour of six at night, nor employed
for looger than ten hours for any
one day, nor more than six days in
any one week; and every such
child, under sixteen years of age,
shall be entitled to not less than
thirty minutes for meal time at
noon, but Buch meal time shall not
be included as part of the work
hours of the day, and every em
ployer shall post in a conspicuous
place where such minors are em
ployed, a printed notice 'stating the
maximum work hours required in
one week, and in every day of the
week, from such minors.
Section 6. No child under six
teen years of age shall be em
ployed, permitted or suffered to
Hall & Hall,
work in any employment enum
erated in section 2 unless the per
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son or corporation employing him
Dsalei in B eai . E state of all kinds.
procures and keeps on file and ac
cessible to the school authorities of
the school district where such child
resides, and to the police and board
E. G. D. Holden
of inspectors of child labor an age
L awtbb ,
and schooling certificate and here
J ü S T IC B OF T H R P e ACK
U. 8. Oommiasioaer, General Inaurano«* inafter prescribed, and keep a list
Agent, and Notary Pnblio. Office
of all such childreD employed
in Robinson Building.
MRS. G. R. WICKHAM
Phone Main 13X.
Board by Day, WeeK or Month
Special Attention Paid to
the Traveling Public._______
H. E. Shelley
Sections 7, 8, 9 and 10 provide
the form and manner of securing the
age and schooling certificate.
Sections 11. Any person or cor
poration who shall employ a minor
contrary to the provisions of this
act, or who shall violate any of the
provisions thereof, shall be guilty
of a misdemeanor and upon convic
tion shall be fined in a sum of not
less [thsDj $10 Dor more than $25
for the first offense, nor less than
$26 nor more than $50 for the sec.
ond offense, and be imprisoned for
not less than ten nor more than
thirty days for the third and each
Section 12. Any parent or guar
dian who shall violate any of the
provisions of this act or allow any
child under their custody or control
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to be employed contrary to the
First Class W oik G Jarant#*^,^ provisions of this act shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon
M. E. W H ITM O RE. E. F. MO k RISSY conviction thereof shall [be] fined
Coos Bay Paving and Con not lets than five dollars and not
more than twenty-five dollars.
C a rp e n te rand Builder
Return* with Bride.
William Candlin. of this city, re
turned Thursday from an extended
trip east, and brought back with
him a bride in the person of who
Offices 117 Front Street, Marshfield Ore.
was formerly Miss Ruih Elizabeth
| Dee, of St. Louis, Missouri, to whom
| he was married in that city on Sep
tember 28th. Mrs. Candlin is well
pleased with the appearance of her
new home and snrronndiogs, while
[ Mr. Oandlin is delighted to he
The Celebrated Bergmann Shoe home again.
The Strongest and Nearest Water
The waiter's union has resolved
Proof shoe made for loggers, miners
to refuse all tips of “ tn insulting
prospectors and mill men.
size.” How smsll does the insult
Bricks Stone and Timber
Tjico. BcrjimmShoe Mfg.Co.
621 Thurman Street
PoBT U N D , O k
havs to be, we wonder.
San Francisco the Place
remodeled by competent supervi
sion, not by repealing the law
which permits commercial fishing
Work Done in
The annual revenue to salmon
fishermen on the river at Grants
Should Rogue River Be Closed to Pass is $20,000.00 annually, and
Curry County much greater, and
Net Fshing And the Canneries
the entire catch may be classed as
Closed Dow n?
Chinook salmon, which fish do not
Below we give arguments against take the fly nor spoon except by
tho bill to be voted upon at the No accident and during spawning sea
vember election to close the Rogue son.
Three doors North of Drane’s Store
We ask the voters of the State
river to all fishermen except with
hook and line, which our voters not to cast their ballots for this
should read and consider well before law, depriving thereby a large
class of worthy citizens from gain
casting bia ballot.
Rogue River in the production ing a livlihood by a legitimate
All Work Guaranteed
of salmon fish is not excelled by any industry.
other stream in Oregon, excepting
ROGUE RIVER FISHERMEN’S
the Columbia. The cauniug of this UNION.
fish on Rogue River is one of the
Per H. E. Getbing, Sec
leading industries of the State. retary and Manager.
Thousands of dollars of public
money, as well as private capital,
GRANTS PAS8 COMMER-
A Y A Y A Y A Y A Y A X A X A Y A .Y A Y A
A. Y A V A Y y v V A Y A . X A X A X A X A X A X A 3
have been exceeded in the propa C IA L CLUB.
gation of salmon, and in developing
Per M. J. Anderson, Chair
the stream thus fostering and en man of Committee.
couraging a natural resource of our
W A T C H ES
C LO C K S
A C A T E CRINDINC AN D
country which adds to the wealth
The » hereabouts of Stella Cul-
JE W E L R Y
P O LIS H IN G
of Oregon. Private capital at the bertsoD, a fourteen-year.ohl girl,
B A R R ETT S
S T O N E S ETTIN G
mouth of the Rogue River in build who left her home at Bangor to at
ing and equipping cauneries in aid tend school in North Bend Monday
PH O N O CR APHS
M A K IN C
ENC R AV INC
ing in the propagation of fish; in morning, and who has not been
clearing out the river, etc., is in seen by her relatives since, is a pro
vested to the extent of not less than blem that every officer in Coos
a quarter of a million dollars. The county is trying to solve today.
fishing industry affords employ Mr. Culbertson, the girl’s father, is
ment to a great number q I our lab making every possible investiga
oring people. It is pr oposed by tion and Sheriff Gage, Acting Mar
tbi3 bill to utterly annihilate and shal Levi Smith of Marshfield,
destroy the business of commercial Marshal Bill Smith of North Bend
fishing on Rogue River, and for and other officers are also trying to
what reason? Because it is claimed locate her.
that commercial fishing at the
R. E.SHINE, Vis* P isi
According to the girl’s father, she A J. SHERWOOO Prss.
mouth of the river interferes with eloped with
Sherman Stage, a
0. C. SANFORD, Asst. Csshlsr
I. H. HAZARD, Csihler
the fisherman’s sport upon the up young man who has been employed
per river. But this is not true
at the North Bend Milk Conden-
The fisherman’s net is so con sary. B. F. Stage, the lad's father,
structed that it precludes the pos denies
saying his son
sibility of any salmon trout being left
the Breakwater last
o p COQUIliUB, ORHGON.
Satuiday for Washington points.
BILL TO STOP
It is fitting that the Western
States should support San Francis
co’s claims as the proper site for
holding a celebration in honor of
the opening of the Panama Canal.
S sd Francisco is the great seaport
of Pacific-America, the avenue of
commerce over the vast Pacific
Ocean, and recognized te.minal of
the Panama Isthmian route from
the Atlantic to the Pacific.
ting aside the relative value of the
Panama Canal to any one part of
the world, as it is sure to prove of
nearly equal value to all, the real
consideration lies in the fact that
nearly one-half of the human rare
live in countries bordering on the
Pacific Ooean, and the opening cf
this new door to the Pacific and
front door tp the. world, is distinct
ly a Pacific Ocean event.
William H. Seward in 1852, be
fore there wsb a railway or tele
graph on any Pacific Seaboard or a
line of Steamships or any regular
commerce with the Orient— while
Alaska was yet an unknown frozen
land, and Japan and China, save
for a few porta forced open to com
merce, sealed to entrance and
wrapped in barbaric conceit, and
Australia was still the laDd of the
black buBbman: “ Henceforth Eu
ropean commerce, European poli
tics, European thought and Euro
pean activity, although actually
gaining force and European con
nections, although actually becom
ing more intimate, will nevertheless
relatively sink in importance—
while the Pacific Ocean—its shores,
its islands, and the vast region be
yond— will become the chief theater
of events in the world’s great here
The new resourceful, virile West,
facing tbs Pacific Ocean, is the
most vital portion of the world to
day, attracting by its resources and
The laws governing fishing are
At aDy rate, the girl is missing T r a n s a c ts a General B an kin g B u sin ess
wonderful opportunities the ener
faithfully complied with on the and according to some members of
gies that stand for progress.
Rogue, and in the salmon fishing at the family she is said to have writ
mouth. There are two hatch ten them saying that the young man
Board of Diroetort.
Neither this country nor Eng
National Bank o Commerce, New York Ci
A. J. Sherwood,
land got all they wanted in the eries for the propagation of salmon had left her on Coos river and that R. O. Dement,
Crocker Woolworth N’lBank, San Franc!
L. H. Hasard,
fisheries award, but no appeal is fish on this river owned by the es she wanted to be taken back.
R.E. Shine. First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland.
taken, and the decision goes into
effect. This is the crown of suc at considerable expense without as yesterday but was unable to find
sistance from others.
The Gov any trace of her.
ernment of the United States also last night
Washington will be more than
operates a hatchery located on Elk
The girl, who is still wearing
ever a capital city when the plans
Creek in that vicinity with which short dresses, took uo clothing with
of half a dozen foreign govern,
to supply this stream with the sal her except what she wore. In con
ments for providing more elabo
mon fish. The product of these sequence her parents tear that, she
rate homes for their embassies at
M. D. S H E R R A R D , P R O P R IE T O R
two hatcheries planted in this river may suffer from the weather unless
an outlay estimated at $3,500,009
equals many times the number of some one takes her in.
Rose Building, Second Street,
shall have been carried out.
fish taken from it« water.
It is expected that a definite clue
this industry be destroyed?
A to the girls’ whereabouts will be
Sick Horse Hunts Hospital
glance at the law, and consideration found tonight or tomorrow.
From the Philadelphia Record.- - of its effects, will show its injustice.
Sherman Stage is one of the boys
Are prepared to do all kinds of repairing in ma
Wilmington, Del.— Stricken with This proposed law should receive who was mixed up in the William
chinery— large and small— in a scientific and
colic early the other morning, a bay the emphatic NO of the voter.
son shooting case near Coquille
Ii. A. BAILEY,
several months ago, as a result o f (
mare owned by the Wilmington
workman-like manner, Special attention given
JOHN R. MILLER,
Furniture Company broke from its
which Williamson died.
to Donkey and Gasoline Engines, Automobiles, etc
stable at Ninth and King streets
was exonerated from any blame in
Committee Representing Citi that case.— Times-
and made tracks ns fast as it could
go to the veterinary hospital of Dr. zens of Curry County, Oregon.
G ir l Disappears.
James R. Mahaffy at Ninth and
Jackson streets, where it fell
The initiative measure to close
exhausted. The veterinary found
The new White House cow has
Rogue River to commercial fishing
it, immediately diagnosed its case
is uncalled for because Section 4106 been named “ Pauline,” bo that when
and gave it treatment.
Bellinger and Cotton’s Code pro the Prrsldent waDts to relieve his
had he been five minutes later the
vides for closing aDy stream to
L. COCHRAN, Proprietor
animal would have died.
protect fish and authorizes the Fish
The horse never had been to the
Commission to take such action out offense to the office seekers.
hospital before, and the doctor de
No Slate Fish
Biliousness is due to a disordered *
clared it was the strangest incident
Hot and Cold Baths, Hair Cutting and Massag- ^
Warden has thus favored closing
condition of the stomach,
of a horse of which he had heard.
ing a Specialty.
the Rogue River mnd former Mas berlain’s Tablets are essentially a
ter Fish Warden H. C. McAllister, stomach medicine, intended espe
You are not experimenting on by his letter of June 15th, 1910, to cially to act on that organ; to cleanse
One of the Most Up-to-Date Shops in the City
yourself when you take Chamber
Rogue River Fishermen’s Union, it, strengthen it, tone and invigorate
lain’s Cough Remedy for a cold as
it, to regulate the liver and to ban *
that preparation has wou its great stated “ I am opposed to the bill ish biliousness positively and effect *
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The ually. For sale by all dealers.
reputation and extensive sale by its for closing • Rogue River.’’
remarkable cures of colds, and can fishermen are residents and mostly
always be depended upon.
It is farmers, only five men now non
A c r e T ra cts for Sale
equally valuable for adults and chil residents, and the argument for the
dren and may be given to youog
N ear P rosper.
children with implicit confidence as bill is misleading ai.d false.
The run of salmon is not dimin
it contains no harmful drugs. Bold
walk from Mill,
by all dealers.
ishiug as stated, ami in 1909 there Store and Schoolhouse.
was the heaviest run <n many years, acres are to be had at a very low
There is a movement in Ken and the catch of steelheads small, figure, if sold soon.
tucky to sell the Mammoth Cave to being only one ton in a total of
yV. H. S>t it h .
the government. It may not he ninety-three caught and marketed
easy to show Uncle Sam, in his pres- iaBt year, Small mesh nets are not
ent frame of mind, just whst he used, the smallest being an eight-
I lr n t I r e a l i n c i l i a l l n r n
wants with a mammoth cave, as that tnch mesh in summer and a five-
If for no other reason, Chamber
"cave” in the revenues is an am inch mesh in winter, do one-inch Iain’s Salve should be kept in every
ple sufficiency at present.
mesh used on the river. The lawn household on account of its great
were strickly enforced on this river value in the treatment“ of burns. It
The farmers never get any more and the preeent Master Fieh War- allays the pain almost instantly, and
Fresh ami Salt Meats.
for their milk, no matter how much den received bis promotion from unless the injury is a severe one,
the trust may raise the price in the the ranks for his efficient service*, heals the parts without leaving a INe are headquarters for euerything In the meat line,
city to the coneumer.
| Dams and defective fish ladders sesr. This salve is also unequaled
wants always receiues prompt attention.
For Sale.— Good 6 cap range are the primary cause of aalipon for chapped hands, sore nipples and
with 30-gallon tank, pipes, etc. En not reaching the government batub- diseases o fth e skin. Price, 2fi cts.
ery, and those ^ r riera «houli» he For R*l* by R . S. K oow bon,
quire »t the H erald office,
All Work Guaranteed
E. C. Barker & Co.
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
NEW MACHINE SHOP
C o q u ille
O re g o n
THE O. K. BARBERSHOP
PIONEER MEflT MARKET
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