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T he C oquille H erald
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, A P R IL 27, 1911
LODGER KNOCKED DOWN
BY ANGRY MOTHER BEAR PROF. HOWARD
IS HIRED AS
P R IN C IP A L
PER Y E A R $1.50
Central Railroad company, the first
being known as the West Side com
pany and the second as the East
The Oregon legislature fin
ally designated the east side com
pany, which had been organized by
Honry Conologue, the well known
The socialists held their caucus
Ben Holladay and Ills associates, as
Coquille logger, had an exciting ex
last Saturday and nominated can-
the company to receive the grant
perience the other day that he will
! dldates for city offices .as follows:
and eventually it secured the great
not forget in a long time.
Councilmen for two-year term: J.
er part of the land. In 1870 the
his friends and the boys at the
H. James, J. C. Noel, S. L. Curry.
Oregon & California Railroad com
Lanipa creek camp have been treat
Councilmen for one-year term: J.
pany was organized and the East
ing it as humorous, Mr. Conologue
i M. Sanford, J. D. Meyers, J. C. W il
Side and the West Side companies
The general nominating caucus thought for a moment that it was
Judge Charles E. Wolverton ia were united in this new organlza
A t a meeting o f the school board son.
Articles of Incorporation were ill
called for Monday night was held a serious matter,
Recorder, L. S. Martin.
the United States circuit today ren tlon.
Thursday evening ¡P rof. C. A. How
ed this week by a corporation ol
at the Masonic hall, and six council-1
The other day, soon after lunch, ard was elected superintendent of
The platform o f 19X0 was re-af
dered a decision in the Oregon and
In 1887, lured mainly by the rap
cal capitalists, the name of whlcJ Is
He the local schools for the ensuing firmed, which is in substance as
California land suit, finding for the
men and a recorder were placed In he started away from camp.
Idly increasing value of the land
¡lie Coquille Valley Land and Im
nomination for the coming election. j was surprised to find a young cub year.
Btorlng to the United States 2,600,-
grant held by the Oregon & Call
The cou tty
R. H. Mast called the meeting to | ou a log and had no trouble In
We, the undersigned nominees of provement company.
000 acres of land in western Ore
Prof. Howard graduated from Ba
fornia company, the Southern Pa-
| picking up the little boar.
It was ker University at Baldwin, Kan., in the socialist party for the follow records show the Incorporators are
gon, following the line of the rail
iftc system began casting out its
H. O. Anderson was elected chair as cute as could be, and Mr. Con 1907, with the degree oftPh. -B., and ing offices of the City of Coquille, a. S. Knowlton, R. H. Mast
road through the state and throwing
t a I
hooks to secure the Oregon & Cali
man and J. C. Savage secretary
ologue had It In his arms stroking In addition he has had special to-wlt: six councilmen and one re
out of court, to all lntenets and
Geo. A. Robinson.
fornia, and in March acquired all of
Chairman Anderson then read the Xml admiring it when suddenly the courses in pedagogy, and school ad corder, do hereby pledge ourselves,
H'rposeB, both the cross complaints
(he capital stock and outstanding
The company Is incorporated far
•all for the meeting, which was to cub began to sqaeal. The next in ministration, and holds a state life if elected, to enforce the laws and
and the interveners in the suit
bonds of the concern.
nominate three councUmen for on stant Conologue got a terrific clout certificate in Kansas, and booh w ill
The court overruled tho demurrer
During the years that the South
The company has already pur
year, three fo r two years, and a re on the side o f the head that felled be eligible to receive one in this power lies; and to submit as far as
of the Oregon and California rail
ern Pacific company controlled the
what Is known as the Die -
him to the ground.
road company, a part of the South-
He came here from the
ud up to 1903, when all were with
L. H. Hazard stated that It was
He recognized at once that the County high
Klamath zens for their approval or rejec son place, located at the head o '
1 ni Pacific Co., to the complaint
drawn from sale, 534,000 acres had
The tract consists
his understanding and belief that mother o f tho little cub had entered Falls, where he has been principal tion, especially such as relate to Fat Elk creek.
o f the government, and sustained
been sold in quantities exceeding
taxes and franchises.
that o f 320 acres o f partly cleared land
In falling, the cub got the. past year.
but one candidate should be nomin objections.
i lie demurrer of the railroad com
one quarter section and
ated for each office, and not sev away and Mr. Conologue tried to
pany to the cross-complaint of the
was very highly we will let the citizens of Coquille under the Fat Elk drainage ditch.
acres lu quantities not exceeding the
eral as heretofore. The latter prac roll away and got on his feet as recommended by O. W. Wilson, who know from time to time the finan The land is considered to be equi I
actual settlers on some o f the land
■ jgal lim it fixed by the grant. Sub-
to the best in the valley, and will
tice virtually placed two tickets In quickly as possible and started to established the Coquille Valley bank cial condition of the city.
ill question, known as tho Lafferty
.equently all of the 534,000 acres
be subdivided into small tracts and
the field and divided the vote, so run. He realizde that his only hope here a few years ago. In a personal
i -irvenors, who come into the suit
sold In quantities greater than one
sold to homeseekers. It will prob
A L L E G A N Y NEWS.
that In tho event a ticket should was In making a getaway from the letter to the clerk of the school
after tho filin g of the government's
,uarter section were sold for a price
ably sell at from $125 to $150 per
When board. He is a married man, and
be placed In the field by another enraged heir, and he did.
far greater than $2.50 an acre.
W ill Appeal Case.
chance to win out.
heveled and his hair was stil stand
This leaves five teachers yet to
What action the Southern Pacific
Others took the position that it ing on end.
to be hired— one in the high school Bend last week.
company will take in the case as
Mr. J. H. Price was in Marsh
was not a party caucus, but a cau
A hunt was made for the old bear and the
third, fourth, fifth and
n result of Judge Wolverton's de-
last Thursday on business.
i islon is as yet undetermined. The
Mr. Kudmas has moved from the
city; that a nomination was equiva located at last reports.— Times.
court allowed the defendants ninety
camp into Mrs. Matson's house in
lent to an election and that the
days in which to prepare answer,
NO PU B LIC D R IN K IN G CUPS.
this community. They moved here
voters should be given a number of j
should it be decided to file an an
Bandon, Ore., April 15, ’ l l .
l ire broke out in the Dishcr res
so as to be close to the school with
candidates to choose from.
swer, and present new features
Editor Coquille Herald:
Oregon State Hoard o f Heultli Pro their children, who started to go idence, which v.’us occupied liy Mr.
of the case before the couit, which
and Mrs. L. J. Butterfield, about
In your esteemed pa cording to the call but one candi
to school last week.
W illiam 1). Kenton, appearing for th
hibits T heir Use.
3:30 o ’clock this afternoon, and no
•I foinUnt railroad company, said he
Portland, Ore., April 25.— Public
reasons why the people of the coun office.
very enjoyably surprised on Tuesday fire protection, the wind blowing r
An appeal was taken from I
is ia possession of.
Victorville,, Cal., April 26. -With drinking cups w ill be banished from evening, the 18th, when about 18 'ill'’’, there was the same result, the
Of course the case will be ap ty should deal with the merchants tills occasion, but on being put to !
end of the journey to the Los the state September 1st. The state or 20 of tho young people of Coos home was entirely consumed, and
a vote the chair was sustained.
pealed finally to the United States
Angeles jail almost in sight, the board of health has issued this or river came in and gave them a sur nothing could be done but stand
,i;»iae court, but whether from th
tiiree prisoners en route from the der and it applies to public schools, prise party. Two boats, the Mllli- and watch it burn
decision of Judge Wolverton, over- in every way— no fault to be found for the one year term as follows: j
stations and ail
east are affected in vastly different trains,
of the house were all saved. There
rul'ng the defenda nt's demurrer, or
The ruling of the
degrees by the prospect of the des public places.
soil's gasoline launch from
down is no way o f knowing how the fire
from an ultimate decision after a there needs ONE AM ENDM ENT, and Crouch, Fred Von Pegert and Joe
perate legal struggle for their lives. board is now in the hands of the the river, brought the young people started. It was first discovered b>
heunug of the case in the circuit this w ill tell the tale why so many Bledsoe.
James J. McNamara, accused of state printer and w ill be promul o Rood's. The evening was spent ..uwreuce Stitt and wife, who sav
people got into the habit of sending
th e caucus then voted by .ballot
jurt here, is as yet undecided.
J. B. Bryce and actually plac gated within a few days.
order to nominate threo from the above,
in playing games and singing, after the flames coming from under the
It li probable the o f . r
Dr. Calvin S. White, state health
ing the dynamite that blew up the
served. house at the back porch, and It Is
the various lntervenors
. " '
lim es building, is in a savage mood. officer, has proof that the public Every one reported having had a presumed that sparks from a flue
our merchants try their -best
W. C. Laird. 50.
many hundreds, will « • • t
"G et out,” he snouted to the report drinking cups vie
sucked under the porch In the wind
• customers by giving credit.
■ cry nice time.
W. H. Mansell, 33.
the !"> days allowed th
T - a certain extent, no doubt, it
Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Jess Ott causing the blaze.
Al Crouch, 30.
company to file an an
r, in .
“ I 11 break these irons nia, htuberculosis, measles, scarlet and little
Mrs Butterfield was sleeping or.
Fred Von Pegert, 25.
hope that they be reinstated in the is not to be avoided, as workingmen
if you start to come fever and typhoid are transmitted Marshfield last Wednesday.
Mrs he cot and was aroused by Mrs.
Joe Bledsoe, 22.
case with a right to secure the land receive their payments weekly or
The reporters rental .td in this way, and infection and dis Ott and little son stopped at Mr. Stitt, and the alarm was immediate
Laird, Mansell and Crouch were in here.”
wnlch they claim the railroad should monthly.
ease come as a natural consequence.
But there comes the rub; the declared candidates for the one-
Russell’s on the way home
and ly turned In and as a result of the
have sold them upon their being o f
John J. McNamara, the indicted Dr. W hite believes the use of cup3 visited there until the next after rapid work o f friends everything
fered the stipulated price o f $2.50
in the citty schools is particularly
was saved from the houso except
have been made for goods bought.
The following were nominated for secretary and treasurer of the In
dangerous, and gives the health au
A silly story
will prolong such tl.e ’ wo year term, and the ballot ternational Bridge and Structural
Mrs. A lice Stemmerman spent a the range and a few things upstairs.
Iron W orkers’ courteously
i .vited thorities too much to do to check day or so in Marshfield last week.
As a result of the fire, the Rec
A fte r two or three ing ivsul e-l ns follows:
In denying the application o f a
e epidemics that get started in
the callers to enter the com par t-
months the purchaser is so deep in
Miss Erma Camp Is visiting at order is a day late this time, owing
number of persons to be allowed to
“ You come to see %what a that way.
debt that the merchant beconus
die home of Mr. and Mrs. Thom to the fact that our force was con
Fred Von Pegert, 33.
Intervene in the suit, Judge W ol
Drinking fountains will be placed
I am, I presume,”
siderably mixed up in the affair,
.'raid he will lose the customer and
as of this place.
verton announced that there were
in the Portland schools, which have
being the office
while the party in debt skiddoos—
. ors, 11.
already enough lntervenors in the
cuss nis own situation and smiled been found to be very satisfactory munity went up to Mrs. Roberts' on foreman. — Recorder.
it her leaves the town or gets new
suit to establish the rights of all
good naturedly when the suggestion wherever tried. The same plan will Juuday last and had church. Mrs.
credit from another merchant who
Ned Kelley, 13.
who might be concerned, and said
AN OPEN LE T TE R .
probably be adopted at railway Sta ..cherts is an Invalid lady and can
will soon become richer in experi
True, Von Pegert and Johnson w aj made that his present predic
he would not permit any more in
lu the Hon. W illiam Howard Taft.
ament was one which might prove tons, and on trains Individual cups .! ,t attend church.
What matters it to the said wore declared the candidates.
terventions or hear any more peti
President o f the United States.
will have to be provided.
merchant whether he gets payment
Miss Peterson, who has been do
A. W. Kelley and John Lawrence serious for him. He vouchsafed ne
tions to Intervene.
D cir Sir and Brother— We, the
The rule o f the slate board of ing
for goods sold to a beat; the mer were placed in nomination for re answer.
He also, inruling against further
Ortle McNamigal, the alleged tool health will be enforced rigidly.
It Pierce, went to Marshfield Saturday undesirable citizens, most respect-
chant has patrons who are honest corder, aad received the following
intervention in the Oregon and Cal
ully beg and pray that you will
j t>f the dynamiters' ring, was In the
morning, returning the first o f the
or pay cash at each deal, and by votes:
ifornia suit, made the same point
mobilize 10,000 United States sol
person or corporation In charge of week.
overcharging such customers he will
A. W. Kelley, 17.
against would-be lntervenors in the
diers on the borders of the Coquille
or station or
; holding a pat hand,” he said gaily, any railroad
Clarence Gould went to Coquille
soon make up what the other has
J. S. Lawrence, 39.
case of the United States against
valley so that the Japs may not en
Lawrence was declared the nom
tho Southern Oregon company, a su J
ter into the harbor of the Coquille,
W oodruff, who is very low with ty
keep inee for city recorder.
to secure title to the United StatcB
lauding and invade the
state educational Institution, phoid fever at that place.
blacklists; your way of dealing cn-
O. C. Sanford
moved that the ! ,hat w i" be la,er'
granted the Coos
United Slates by crossing the Co-
A lta Soule spent Sunday at her
ourages dishonesty squandering of chair appoint a committee of 3 to
None of the men havc bten out o1
Wagon Road company, a litigation
Also that the farm
money for things never needed, and fill any vacancies which might occur their separate compartments si .ce public use, and no such person shall iiunie In this place. She Is going to
resombllng the Oregon and Califor
ers of the adjoining county of Coos
. ijh school in North Bend.
cash lealers on the ticket between now and the
nia suit In many ways.
.nay have the opportunity to dis
day time, they wore only shackles, tion or la the various educational
Mrs. Charles K roegar went to
will take advantage of mall order election.
pose o f their pigs, poult y butter,
History of the Litigation.
Marshfield on the boat on Tuesday,
CChairman Anderson appointed O.
eggs and spuds at a rem unerative
The land grant suit was filed in
to drinking cup.
I will give you an example. In one C. Sanford, T. T. Land, and B. H. were shackled and handcuffed
•lgure, thereby relieving " Brother
April, 1208, follow ing the passage
Mrs. Emmett Pierce Is visiting
store in Coos county. I bought sev Burns as the said committee.
Henry” of the great burden o f pro
of a resolution by congress author-
I of the Los Angeles detective force
KJU1LLE CLUB TO MOVE
her uncle, who is very ill.
eral years ago an all wool outing
viding rations for all o f the 40,000
i7.1ng the United States to begin suit
juit, we will say $5. However the
R E V IV A L MEETINGS.
INTO L A IR D BUILD ING M AY I
troops you are now mobilizing on
to quiet title to the lands granted
figure paid was smaller, and paying
.he revival meetings In progress whatever. “ But we have taken no
M c K i n l e y i t e m s .
tho borders of Diaz-ridden Mexico,
the Oregon & California railroad in
cash I received fiv e per cent dis it the M. E. Church, South, con
JAS H. JAMES,
I , . « « and 1869 as an inducement to
ducted by Messrs. Law and Curry, much sleep.”
The old "K ok eel K lub” has re
Captain W ilcox made a trip to
Chairman of the Committee.
build a railroad from Marysville, on
Being an outing suit it consisted evangelists, Is full o f interest and
organized and will
hereafter be Coquille this week.
Approved April 15, 1911, by the
the Central Pacilic, in California, to
Three anthuslasm. Law is a good, plain, men had confessed fully to all the known as the "C oquille Club.” The
James Laird passed through here .6. I,, of U. C.
years have paused, the suit has been forceful preacher, and
directors are Judge Sperry, Alfred w.i his way to Marshfield Saturday.
J. E. QUICK,
l uese lands consisted of alternate
washed time and again and is not linger, knows his business and han
Johnson, Sr., Geo. E. Peoples anil
Mrs. Hulse, has been very sick, bu
sections on either side of tho rail
bad yet, and serviceable.
dles his choir with ease.
it is thought that she is Improving
road right o f way and originally;
The commercial club met on last
To get a waistcoat to match the .y Mrs. Law, the soloist, the sing
New quarters have been secured i little now.
» NOTH E li TIU KET.
consisted of 3,100,000 acres.
Monday eventmg, but owing to the
suit I bought such In Coquille City. ing Is fine.
Everybody ought i
in the Laird building and the fur
It has been decided by a number
School started hero this week,
terms of an amendment to the grant
F or it I paid two-thirds of the price
oar them sing and Law preach, caucus the same night they adjourn- niture and other belongings of the with the largest attendance there of citizens that another ticket will
passed by congress in 1868 and 186
cu till Friday night of this week,
1 paid for the other two garments .ot everybody come.
luh will be moved from the old has ever been here since the school v placed in the field for city o f
cpcctlied these lands should be solu
when the regular business meeting
and this waistcoat Is gone long ago.
No candidates have as yet
lab rooms on Front street the first district was organized.
by the railroad company in quanti
flume Property Reported Sold.
WM he held.
One half of the price paid for It
I-. F. R. H eller was quite badly been secured to go oil tho ticket,
ties not more than one quarter sec
A report became current here a
would have been much more than
The two front rooms will be used inured last Friday ovenlng at the Put it is said good men can be se
tion to one person and for a price
N ellie Lane, the little daughter o f
1 should have paid for it according few days ago to the effect that Mr.
It is pro
reading and writing rooms, while H eller mill. He was working near cured who will do so.
noc greater than $2.50 an acre.
to dealings with other Coos county Keasey would take over the Hume Jli. and Mrs. Tom Lane, who has f i e large room used by the M. W. the planer and in some way his posed to endorse a part of the can
u is because it claims the pro-
property, which he and associates been very ill for some time, was V. as a lodge room w ill be parti trousers were caught In the ma didates nominated by the citizens'
\ Lions of the act granting t^e land
some reported a little better last night tioned in the middle and convert chinery and drew his knee Into tho naucus last Monday night.
Such lessons Jast quite a while. uave held under option fo r
to tho railroad have been flagrant
Do away with your credit system, ¡me. The report was confirmed to -i.,l today.
ed Into two large rooms. The back same. His knee cap was cut in two
ly violated that the government
Captain Butler, of this city, went
George Goodrum, after spending
if it must be. A man who can not us by one o f our reliable townsmen,
com will then be fitted up for a and the muscles on the front o f his
brought suit to forfeit the lands to
several dayB In Coquille, re-turned to
pay in four weeks is less able to who had Just received a letter from to Marshfield Thursday to
.lie United States.
hts home at Marshfield Wednesday.
pay you in four months. Save your Mr. Keasey, as well as one from the oack his automobile, which broke for card tables.
last report he was resting easy.
Congress passed an act in July,
K elley started Wednesday
cash customers by charging the attorney for the Hume estate. The down near Marshfield last Satur- | The M. W. A. retain the dining
. ,86, granting any railroad company
for a Bhort visit.
BUYS N E W PRESS.
price with an honorable profit add deal is carefully watched by the en- Jay-
that would build the desired line to
R- E. Shine and family, of On
George H. Baxter, formerly
of W hile absent Mr. Kelley will attend
ed, and if you are wise give a small tire community as it w ill doubtless;
Portland every alternate section ol
Cal., arrived In Coquille yes-
discount, and you will find you will mean a great development In this
Mrs. Woodruff, who Is very low tills place but now editor of the tho M W A. convention at Hood
public land along its route, to the
| -ciday, where they will now reside.
section.— Gold Beach Globe.
get your full share o f business.
typhoid fever, is reported as C res well Chronicle, last week install-; River.
amount o f 20 alternate sections per
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur EUingsen
L. A. Langley, local manager of
ed a new cylinder press to be- used
W. C. A. POHL
Two companies were organ
Mrs. Ray Dean returned
home and little daughter were passengers J i w |ay
in printing his paper, and
other the Home Telephone company, made
ized in Portland to secure this grant
The latest In shirt waists at Rob- Wednesday, after spending several to Marshfield Wednesday, return-»
work In connection with bis print- , a business visit to Myrtlo Point no
and both wer* called the Oregon it m 'i,
days with her parents at Arago
lug home Thursday
8'lh«drlbe for the Herald. $1 60 lag business
WHY PEOPLE TRADE WITH
MAIL ORDER CONCERNS
FOR CITY OFFICERS
ANOTHER FIRE AT
BANDON TUESDAY P. M.
MEN CHARGED WITH
TIMES DISASTER JAILED