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T he C oquille H erald
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1911
VOL. 28; NO. 35
Warned Against Faker.
TRACK MEET IS
ROGUE RIVER SANDS TO BE
Coos County women are warn
ed against a smooth grafter who
DREDGED BY NEW COMPANY
is working the coast towns sell
ing bogus linen and shoddy rugs
furs. He recently swindled
The time has come when the 1
Portland, May 9. (Special).—
Rogue must give up her
Central Oregon cities will send
Herald publishes the following
golden treasure, which has been
delegates to Prineville June 30
concerning his operations.
within its stony bed for ages j
and July 1 to form the Central
“One of the oldest bunco or
past. A company composed of j
Oregon Development League.
graft games has been worked
Tacoma capital has undertaken
The Prineville Commercial Club
is issuing invitations to cities of The new sawmill being con with great success in Eureka Johnnie Haldeman, the three- to be the pioneer dredging com it was announced yesterday
The regular annual uiunnipil
interior to be represented structed by the Coquille Lumber during the past week or ten days year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. pany and has completed the loca that the annual Coos County
election of tlie city jf O q u iile took
and the Oregon Develop of this city which stands a short by a fellow named Winters, who Chas. Haldeman of Bay City was tion of about twelve claims.
High School field meet will be
place on Monday tbe 8tb. inat. in
at the Marshfield 1-air
its usual quiet and orderly manner.
distance below the railroad depot and making a door to. door can
next Friday, May 12.
There waa no great fight on, and
a week or so ago
“The value of the smaller de The frame is up and roof on, the selling table linen, furs and oth the saw-dust conveyor of the
while there waa a fairly g >od vote
switch completed and the cars er articles dear to femanine
out all went aoiooth.
to the Marsh
ing named persona will have charge
place. Much of the machinery Winters “got away” with his and was carried up and crushed cessary expense of a dreding going to pieces on account
of the cily’a affairs during the cur
has already been unloaded, the graft to the tune of about $100 a
Aa Recorder J. 8- Lawrence.
day while he was operating here, The child’s father is a fireman taken by Mr. Billings were not, However, Marshfield had been
As councilman for one year, W. will result from Central Oregon their permanent foundations and
is understood, and unloaded a at the mill and the little fellow by any means, an average, as he selected as the place of hold
will be bricked in very soon, great
C. Laird, \V. H. Mansell and J. H
quantity of bogus goods on with his six-year-old sister wan had no means of getting lower ing the contest this year and
separate league will give that while the other parts are being unsuspecting
house wives and dered away from home and down than low water mark last fall. as the other schools were
brought over as rapidly as possi others.
A« eouncilmen for two veers, D.
to see the father. They got in However, the sands yielded an prepared for it, the final deci
D. Pierce, C. I'. Skeela and F . C. would be received by the individ ble.
around the conveyor, unseen to average of sixty-five dollars per sion was to pull off the event as
yard. When one stops to scheduled.
will have a capacity of from six that he had smuggled the goods the father and were evidently cubic
All feel well pleased with tbe re
that these values were ob It was stated here yesterday
ty-five to seventy thousand feet he had for sale, thus explaining
sult of the election, and assured
from the high rimrock, it that teams from North Bend,
that our municipality is in good
be imagined what Coquille and Bandon will com
the pay roll of our town and will
bauds for at least on year.
Grant, Harney and the north be highly appreciated by the en and obtained. So far as is know The conveyor had just been in values are waiting the suction pete. It is expected that the
Winters is still operating.
half of Lake and Klamath Coun tire community.
stalled to carry the sawdust to dredge that can reach the lowest contest will be a close one as
Death of Joseph Gage.
The favorite bait of the smooth the
fire room. Returning the crevice of the the main channel. Bandon has practically the same
Sheriff W. W. Gig e, of this city,
runs along the Mr. Billings has located the team as last year while the North
Plans for Festival.
h h receive I the sad intelligence of
beautiful table “linen” of most floor at conveyor
the mill and river abreast of Clay Hill, and Bend and Coquille aggregations
the death of his brother, Joseph
been materially strength
now under way, the Astoria When close inspection is made here it was that the lad encoun commence operations by the have
Gage, of Beagle, Jac-kon county,
Centennial Commission will con by experts it is learned that this
Tbe death of Mr. Gage
is expected from
must have been sudden as the
where the in
convoy for Rex Oregonus, the less than mercerized cotton, badly crushed up and death was machinery and supplies through terest is running high.
Sheriff had had no word that he
presiding genius of the annual cleverly laundered to present the
W>* was seriously ill.
track in first class condition and
cease l was fifty three yeirs of age,
ginning June 1. The "Garden idea is to have this merry old appearance of linen of the finest the scene decided it was purely Mr. Billings has had many the ideal weather a crowd of
and the cause of death was of a
City” as Lebanon is known, will monarch first appear on board a grade. When again laundered, accidental and that an inquest years of experience in the mines people should be there to encour
also have a rose show and a royal barge off the mouth of the this “linen” looks like a badly was unnecessary.—Times.
of southwest Oregon, and no age the boys to their utmost.
Mr. Gage was a grandson of
better man could be found to Some of these events will un
Columbia. He will be met by worthless except for duty as dish Myrtle Point Enterprise.
Colonel Gilliam, who served in the
manage an enterprise of this doubtedly excell similar events
the Astoria fleet of pleasure craft rags.
Cavuse Indian War in 1876 7 , and
in most meets. Some high jump
was a Master Mason. He lived
will be seen that is hard to
corted the 100 miles from the sea sold nearly $1,000 worth of goods
In connection with this article, ing
1 eul.v all his life in Jaek'on county
in high school while in the
to Portland. Upon his majesty’s in this city last week alone. Sev
it might be mentioned that an shot put
except two years in D logins county
and dashes some first
In 1855 I.......... crated what, was
will compete. lOer-
presented with the keys of the but no attempt has been made
Portland business men have un ding of Coquille
known as the Gage (eriy on Rogue
city and formal greetings ex yet to institue criminal proceed
dertaken to develop one of the lead sphere around will
In 1873 he worked as a
of the week by the crew of the many quartz viens in the Rogue
changed between the Astoria ings.”—Times.
freighter for the government and
Centennial and t^ej Rose Festi
cuts through in the vicinity of a pair of heels to most in show
drove the ambulance and stage be
Mule mountain. This ledge or sprints. In the mile and half,
tween Rosehnrg and Redding, and
idence was practically conclusive ore chute is found in a porphry
at the time of bis death still owned
Jacobs had drowned, as his dyke and is from 22 to 60 feet in Laird of Bandon is expected to
the hack used in the service, which
That mail conditions have im
More Egg Records.
were followed in the width. It is a low grade ore, but do wonders. He has won the
b-' leaves ns a relic to bis children.
proved somewhat in recent years,
sections of the state. Eastern
snow to the river bank. It is no depth has been reached, even mile two years in succession.
He wat married to Mary F. Cromer
compared with some 2t years ago,
not known whether he committed for testing. Should its ore not It will be worth the price of ad
on August 21 , 1875 . To this union
is shown by the following which
mission to witness this alone.
suicide or fell in accidentally.
were boru six children, tbe two
ply moisture to the grain fields.
Those in charge of the river reached -as most mines do—but The list of events is as follows:
eldest having died a few years ago
Bandon Recorder of February 21,
clearing the channel of but will hold its surface values, 100 yard dash—Running broad
— Gilliam Perry uud Sarah Gladys
1890, by Orvil Dodge of this city:
doing other work to the large size of the ore body jump.
Those liviug and who were all with
“ Postmaster Border, of Marsh
open it to navigation, were in will make it one of the greatest 220 yard low hurdle- Stand
him st his dentb are Cornelius
field, has sent the following dis
Myrtle Point the first of the producers in the northwest.
Cromer, Norma Bird, Mary Matilda
220 yark dash High jump.
and Martha Adeline.
intention to make a quiet one, result of these investigations
quille to see what was required taken this development has am ^ 2 -mile run—Pole vault.
wife and children and brother he
Hon. Binger Hermann, Washing
up this way. A point that was ple capitial to work on and is 1 mile run Shot pat.
lea\es a s'ster, Mrs. Mary E. Phipps,
ton, D. C .— Thirty days, this date,
emphasized by them was the ne thoroughly familiar with the con 1 mile relay.—Times.
of Dillard, Ore.
in the observance of Independ quille and vicinity.
cessity of keeping snags out of ditions of the country and know
Rain Spoils Fun.
mail. The patrons of the several
the river in the future. The the many disadvantages that
offices on the Bay and Coquille
for the most part plan to spend he had fourteen hens and they River urgently ask for your help boat is pulling large numbers such an enterprise has to con The excursion from Marshfield
Early in March
Owing to the unexpectedly large the Fouith in the country and to laid 156 eggs.
that have been in the river for tend with, which gives more to Bandon last Sunday by the
numlier of well qualified candidates enjoy picnics and outings in the six hens w e re added to the flock in get,in>! our mail through. Out years, and the warning is given
Bay Naval Reserve Band
weight to the enterprise than Coos
f >r admission, Reed College, which fields and woods within reach of and during M arch 352 e g g s were raal1 roule is en,irely blotlcadetl that if snags, logs and other ob
grand success so far as
gathered from the entire flock. • from Kairview to lhe eighteen mile j structions are thrown in the riv though they were eastern men, numbers are concerned, but the
is now being established in Port Portland.
with conditions here. weather was not all that could
Will not be open to horse
land, Oregou, with an endowment
To aid the development of the F o r A p ril the t w e n t y hens laid house.
er in the future, there will be unfamiliar
of about $3,000,000.00, will begin Northwest, states, from Minne 419 eggs, bringing th e g rand to
be desired. The morning was
prosecutions. People who know
and beautiful, which thew
i’ s work in its own faculty next sota to the Coast, delegates from tal fo r the three months to 927 . our mail now at Roseburg shipped 1 of this being done are advised
A Winter Dairy Show.
S.-ptembtr. The plan at first an the section interested met during This establishes a new record aronnd to San Francisco, and alL that if they will notify the gov
them off their guard and unbrel-
nounced for the opening year of the week at Helena, Montana, and Mr. Custer is justly proud eastern and California mail ordered ; ernment officials the violators of
i las and wraps were not .iken as
to San Francisco, and thence to
Oregon and the Northwest ; t b e y s b o u j d have been. How-
work turns out to be inadequate to and took steps to form the North of his little flock.
herself to a win- j ever, a good social time was en
meet the needs.
Within the last west Development League.
It H. 0. Anderson, the second this point bv one of our steamers. prosecuted.
be held in I ort- joyed by about;!00 Coo3 Bay peo-
two weeks a score of students, who will exploit the states of Oregon,
Certain lands that had been land during the w.nter
months. ,e who do not seem t0 be dis.
had not been beard from before, Washington, Idaho,
Montana, with what perhaps is the best re
withdrawn as coal lands are re This would be a big undertaking
Coos Bay wagon road. Act quick.
couraged and expect to go again,
have filed application, for admis North and South Dakota, Minne
stored to entry, the report of the and would necessitate the raising rpbe
cord so far reported on hens for We are starving for literature.
sbowers spoiled the run on
sion to tbe first class. According, sota and the territory of Alaska.
this section. Mr. Anderson has
but they were not to
A . H . Border, Postmaster.
the Trustees have requested the Meetings will be held each June
are non coal lands. Townships
a flock of twenty-three hens and
a bab was secured
architects to complete plaus for and December, to he known as
the three months ending The above is taken from the 31 and 32 S R 12 W. Willamette At a show of the magnitude that,and tbe band so discoursed
three buildings at a cost of approx the
Northwest Development for
April 26 1145 eggs were gather Myrtle
Point Enterprise, but that
I this one should be, could
be , tn-' ,.—
satisfaction ~ of the
The Presi League Congress.
The Decem ed from the flock. This gives an paper does
not in this connection, lands effected by recent order eluded a fine dairy cattle show, crowd there being about 30 good
dent ha> been authorized to appoint ber meeting will be held in Min average monthly production per
well as a butter and cream gtronK p]ayers in thc band,
five new memb.as of tbefaculty at nesota, in connection with a big hen of 16.59 eggs. Mr. A states go on and explain the difference
from the general land office. In as
between the service vve have had
once, and to off.r app >intments to
There is no limit to what pians are being laid for a num-
land show. The 1912 congress the flock went far above this av this winter and the one above re accordance with this order it is
eight others to take up their work
could be carried to and j 0f sucb excursions during
erage mark but that in compari ferred to. During the last '»inter, understood that all of the vacant ! neither would
as soou as their several subjects can
de- L summer months and large
the benefits de-jthe
son with the record published Mr. Laird, the carrier over the lands in these four townships is 1
be offered advantageously to the
last week he closed the time on
students of Keed College
to entry under the general1 *’*ve(^ ^ or’1
numbers will take advantage of
the same date as the previous re mouutain division, tells us that tbe open
Piesideut starts May 15th on an
0l'P°riunity for a day s out-
Eastern trip, in the course of which Day. May 30th, will be published cord. In submitting this record stages have run every day, and
he will visit about twentv ol the ; next week.
to publish what our readers think
Two new graves j Mr. A stated that he did not con that they have not once been de
leading universities, ptimarily for have been added to the list in sider this a very good record for layed enough that one d ay ’s mail with what claimants can prove it
this and to that end would be J . M. Howell, a populat druggist
the purpose of concluding arrange our city, upon which to strew our hens and that he had no doubt
to be. Most if not all of these of
caught up with that ot the day be-
to hear from them. Oregon of Greensburg, Ky., says, “ We use
ments with prospective members of flowers. Throughout the coun
townships have been recently Agriculturegt.
fore, and that the contractor had
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in
the college laculty
try hundreds of new ones will be record were the facts known.
not been fined once for being be-
The second number of the Reed marked.
our own household and know it is
College Record, containing full in- passing away. May our citizens
Robinson still has a nice assort- j You should call a t eu r store excellent.” For sale by all dealer:.
forma'iou regarding the opening cl show their patrotism and love of
The season's very new est atylea tn
m ent of ladles' ready-to-w ar dress and let us show you o ur new stock
Dairymen’s attention is called to
the college, will be published this country by thoughtfully observ ladies' spring and sum m er su its at
L adles’ tw o-piece k haki suits-— es, tailored suits, shirtw aists, etr.— of ladles' sum m er shoes. Utx A a full stock of field seeds. C o r t ,
week, a n ' sent to any address on ing this day.
ju st th e th in g for th e auto— som e drop in and look them over while D uan h eadquarters at Lyons
vetch. beetB. carrots, besides a full
“Under the sod and the dew
Get them at his stock is com plete. Also m uslin
We have a nice selection of wash leath er trim m ed.
of g h rass seeds a t K o o w lto n ’s
goods, laces and em broidery. Call R obinson's
Now is the time to get rid of your
Also ladles' ready-to- underw ear and em broideries.
Quick A Curry m ake the galvan-
w ear dresses tn m ossallne, foulards
lied screen door; standard sizes on 1 D ru g S tore.
rheumatism. You will find Cham
Tears and love for the gray.”
berlain’s Liniment wonderfully el
O ur new stock of Utz & Dunn hand; special sizes m ade In short; T he Coquille B akery and Con-
W. R.C. Press Correspondent. Lyons A Jones.
order. A lto handy, adjustable w in -, fectlnnery carries a com plete line of
AND SIX NEW
fcctive. One application will con-
vine- von of its merits.
T rv it
For sale by all dealers.
CENTRAL0RE60N TO ORGAN
IZE OEVELOPEMENT LEAGUE
3-YEAR OLD ROY
E ggs- W s will be able to supply oxfords hava arrived and It will give
B arred Plym outh Rock eggs, IS
Kresh vegetables a t o u r atoro ! eggs, per setting $1.00. F o r sale your w ants for E aster. Lyons A .. g reat pleasure to show »hem. j
Lyons A Jones
! , - and
I every week. Lyon« A Jone»
I by J. Q uick, C oquille, Ore.
meat „ safes.
|n u ts.
fruits, cigars, candles and