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COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY, JU N E 1, 1911
(T ltltY 'S GOLDEN I KINGE
G. A. I VETERANS
Jay Bishop of this city, had
Im m ense V alues A re T h ere A w ait
the misfortune to fall while
going on board the steamer
d o u bting puolii that lias so eagerly
Favorite at Bandon last Monday
w atched und so freely criticised the
morning. The tide was out at
Idaho Gold and B lack Sand Mining
the time and the steamer stood
C om pany, th o se who said “ Show me
far below the wharf, throwing
I ’m from M issouri,” "T h ere is n o th
the gangplank on a steep slant
ing th e re ,” “ I t ’s a n o th e r w ildcat
schem e,” and a th o u san d and one
to tho deck of the boat, causing
o th e r u n w a rra n te d and uncalled-for
the plank to slip, throwing Mr.
expressions of criticism th a t comes
Bishop to the lower deck with
E ugene, Many 29.— C onstru ctio n only trom th e knockers, who term
If we had planned the weather
Mrs. C. V. Woodruff of Marsh the result that three riba were
w ork on th e lon g -talk ed of electric it good advice, and have been w ait field passed away at the home of
we could not have
fractured and one leg badly
railw ay betw een E ugene a n d m outh ing p atiently fo r several m onths to
her sister, Mrs. J. Richmond of bruised and possibly fractured. chosen a more beautiful day than
of th e Sluslaw riv er will begin w ith
“ I could have told you so a Coquille, on Tuesday of last week His injuries were very painful, May 30th. Nature seemed to join
in th e next tw o w eeks a n d th e first i t,”
with us in honoring the day.
section of th e line betw een E ugene long tim e a g o ,” which has spent from a complication of typhoid but he is resting at present.
The programme as printed was
and E lm ira , 14 m iles, will bo com several th o u san d d o lla rs d e m o n s tra t and erysipelas at the age of thir
pleted before it is exten d ed fu rth e r ing th e riches th a t the k u o ck ers of ty-seven.
carried out in full with the ex
Mrs. Woodruff was a
C urry have tro d upon ever since
ception of a recitation by Alice
Roy Stevens returned from ¡Redding who was unable to at
T he s to c k h o ld e r of th e com pany, God gave them b reath enough to and had been conducting the
Tuesday with his tow tend.
a fte r m any v exatious d elays and hin dam n th e ir b irth p la ce , a re all fooled
P a u l J o h n Home Hospital at Marshfield
drances, have a t la st a u th o riz e d the and badly fooled, too.
Limit, where he had
Promptly at 1:30 the program
d ire c to rs of the com pany to s ta r t son, th e ex p ert, cleaned up th e ir during which time she contracted been to deliver a donkey engine
began with a stirring selection by
th e w ork, a n d th ey h ave hired Geo.
which he had brought from a
P e rry & Cl»., su b -c o n trac to rs on the tra lo s last w eek and show ed the was then brought to Coquille to
| the band. A medly of war songs
S o u th e rn P acific c om pany’s N atron- bullion which th e m ost skeptical a d the home of her sister and Dr. point on the East Fork near which was greatly appreciated
K la m a th F a lls e xtension, to do the m it is proof enough of th e g re at Richmond was in charge of the Dora. The engine had been been
by the veterans. Rev. McDon
grad in g .
He will at once assem ble w ealth th a t frin g es th e w estern bor
case, and just at the time he had used there by P. L. Phelin in ald led in prayer.
his men a n d m a te ria ls, w hich a re der of C urry C ounty.
the logging business, but was
O ut of th e tw en ty to n s of con succeeded in breaking the fever
sc a ttere d along th e rig h t of way of
A male quartette, Messrs An
wanted by Pat Hanrahan who
th e N atron line, and brin g them to c e n tra te s a little m ore th a n $100 in a very serious attack of erysipe
Plyler, Nosier and Quick
T his in itself is las set in and all that could be has a contract for street grading
E ugene as soon a s possible to s ta rt gold w as secured.
selections. Mrs. Skeels
not s ta rtlin g new s to th e average
th e w ork.
done proved of no avail, she pas in Bandon. When Mr. Stephens at the piano. Lois Varney gave
Saw m ills along th e lin e of th e
sed away as stated.
proposed railw ay have prom ised to and seen th e q u a lity of sand w orked
out of the East Fork on a scow, her recitation in such a pleasing
Grayce Gould Woodruff was
fu rn ish all th e tie s necessary, th u s
a great many told him that it manner for one so young. She
m ak in g it c o m p arativ ely inexpensive, th a t th e re was n o t an ounce of sand born in 1874 and was the eldest
would be an impossibility, but he could be easily heard through the
aside from th e rails, as th e re is no w orked th a t had not been blown daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
hall. The drills by the school
heavy g ra d in g w ork to be done ex th e re by th e n o rth w e st w inds it is Gould of North Coos River where accomplished the feat without children were considered one of
any trouble worth mentioning
cept th ro u g h th e coast m ountains.
she had spent the greater part of
or accident. The scow was tow the best things of the day. The
T he c o u n try betw een E ugene and of o u r beach sa n d s as well us the
E lm ira is level and th e cost of con
ed up the stream and the engine little ones doing their work so
Not a g ra in of sand
th a t
was large circle of friends who had;
stru c tio n a lo n g th a t stre tc h will be
placed on board, and the tow well and with so few mistakes it
w orked cam e fro m n e a re r th an ten learned to love and respect her
very lig h t.
boat was simply used as a break reflected great credit upon their
O w ners of tim b e r in th e burned feet of th e bedrock, according to old for her own true worth.
being placed behind the scow in instructor, Eva Howe. The ora
d istric ts in th e coast m ountains m an C unniff who cleaned th e bed death came as a shock to h ert
tion of the day was delivered by
have prom ised
th a t if th e A sset rock years ago, b eneath th e pit th a t friends, as it was thought the a position to pull her best, and
T. C. Bunch. The many who
Com pany will c o n stru c t th e road as
crisis of her ailments had been
fa r as E lm ira th ey will extend it C unniff also claim s th a t when he
swift current and when a bad know him and have heard him
along th e c om pany’s survey into th e w orked th a t beach a fte r opening a passed. She is survived by her place was approached the engines speak were expecting a treat
tim b e r so th a t logs m ay be hauled pit, he as well as all a th e r early-day husband, her parents and broth
in the boat were worked hard and they were not disappointed.
to m a rk e t.
It is necessary to con m iners would strip off and throw ers and sisters as follows: A. N.
He speaks in an unaffected nat
v e rt th is burned tim b e r in to lum ber back in to th e p it behind them sand Gould, Mrs. James Richmond and enough to let the scow down at ural manner and his thoughts
a safe rate of speed and in a man
w ithin th re e y e ars a fte r fire has
m ethod of w orking, from $3 to $4 Mrs. Edwin Barker, of Coquille; ner which made the steering of were as inspiring as his manner
sw ept o v e r it o r it will be valueless
George Terry, of Coos
He paid full tri
and th e railw ay is th e only m eans a day per m an in gold, for p latin u m Mrs.
the craft possible.
in th o se days w as w orthless.
river; Geo. L. Gould, of Los
bute to our men and women of
of g e ttin g it to m a rk e t.
F o r th is
T he histo ry of th e e arly beach Angeles; Mrs. Ella McKay, of
Y our N eig h b o r’s Exp« l ienee
reason th e tim b e r o w n ers a re anx-
the war, and said that our flow
m ining show s th a t only a strip next
How you m ay p ro fit by it.
kouB and w illing to a ssist th e com
F oley K idney Pills.
Mrs E. G. ers should be scattered over the
to the bluff from 30 to 200 feet
pany in build in g th e line.
W hiting, 360 W illow St., A kron, O., grave of each.
wide w as all th ey p re te n d ed to w ork of Marshfield.
com pany h a s th e a ssu ra n c e th a t 25
“ F o r som e tim e I had a
a t th a t tim e a n d if it did n o t p ro s
The funeral services were very se rio u s case of k idney tro u b le
He left this thought with us
m iles will be b u ilt a n d th e m em
pect b e tte r th a n $4 a day p e r m an held at the M. E. church in Co and I su ffe red w ith back ach es and that the war would have been in
b ers a re co n fid en t th a t th è p rop
it was not w orked a t all.
1 had specks
e rty can th e n be bonded for enough
quille at 1 p. m. Saturday and dizzy
flo atin g before my eyes and 1 felt vain were it not for the brotherly
beaches a re from one to 600 yards
to complete, th e rotid to th e coast,
1 saw feeling that now exists.
wide and only spots here and th ere ,
Foley K idney Pills ad v ertised and
as o rig in a lly intended.
When theG. A. R. left the hall
accessible to w a te r and w here the A great number of sorrowing got a b o ttle a n d took th e m accord
T he A sset C om pany is composed
aclio i of th e s u rf stripped off all or friends from the Bay and in the ing to d irec tio n s and re su lts show ed t3 go to the cemetery a pleasant
of E ugene business m en organized
T he p a in and diz
m ost of th e gray sand and d rift logs valley were in attendance, and a alm ost a t once.
fo r th e purpose of p ro m o tin g an
zy head ach es le ft me, my eye-sight surprise awaited them.
w ere ev er w orked a t all.
large concourse followed tjje re becam e c le a r and today 1 can say I of our citizens were .vaiting with
electric railw ay to th e coast, and
W ith a strip of such w ealth 95
am a well w om an, th a n k s to Foley
they have com pleted a perm anent
their automobiles to carry them.
m iles long and a process of saving mains to Masonic cemetery where K idney P ills .”
su rv ey from E ugene to th e m outh
F o r sale by C. J. F u h rm a n .
This kindness was fully appre
it as th is com pany has d e m o n stra ted
of th e Siuslaw , have done th e cross-
to g e th e r w ith th e rich q u a rtz m ines ing place, and the mound be
ciated for it had been decide!
section w ork ready fo r c o n stru ctio n
th a t a re being found on th e e aste rn neath which they now lie is a veri
C heater E. Carey of Bandon, was in that after the service at the Odd
and have secured th e e n tire rig h t of
border of th e county, it will only be table heap of beautiful flowers, town yesterday on his way to Hum
Fellows cemetery the G. A. R.
way except th ro u g h tw o o r th re e
a m a tte r of a very sh o rt tim e when
county, California, where he
placed by loving hands, which boldt
sm all pieces of p ro p e rty n e a r E u
C urry C ounty will lead th e world
goes to see w hat the prospects are for would have to return home as
C ondem nation proceedings
p ro d u ctio n .— Gold Beach shows the esteem in which she disposing of a “ choker,” g o tten up by many were too feeble to walk to
will be b ro u g h t a g a in st th e ow ners
was held. The family have the his fa th e r, Elwood Carey. It is cer the Masonic cemetery.
of th is p ro p e rty a t once.
tainly a g re a t invention for logging
sympathy of all.
The services at the cemeteries
and if he does not sell the rig h t a t once were conducted by the Relief
Louis Y arbrough has discovered a
F resh vegetables a t o u r sto re he will have a num ber m anufactured Corps, there being so few of the
a nd place them on the m arket.
The investigation of the steel tru s t large lode of copper ore in th e Low every w eek. L yons & Jones.
Grand Army and many too fee
by the house a t W ashington is a com- Divide country th a t goes $150 per ton.
ble to conduct their services.
mendable activity. Somebody ought to Already many tons of the ore are block-
WOO». WOOD. WOOD.
Use Foley K idney F ills for quick
aseertain and explain to the country ed out and shipm ent of sam e will be
Lay In yo u r w in te r's supply w hile and p e rm a n e n t re su lts ill all cases Miss Howe led the flower girls
w hat this gigantic organization is, made to San Francisco as soon as the you can. A lder— th e best on the of kidney and b lad d e r tro u b le s, and to decorate the soldiers graves.
w hat arc its m easures, its m ethods and roads leading from the Low Divide m ark e t, $2 a tie r delivered. P hone fo r p a in fu l a n d a n noying irre g u la r
Thus another Decoration Day
F o r sale by C. J . F u h rm a n .
country to Sm ith River are in proper J53.
its business morals.
T here is one m edicine th a t every is numbered with
It has been known for a long tim e
fam ily should be provided w ith and Year by year the number in the
Jo h n a th a n
Q uick of th is city especially
th a t the d irec to rs of the chief railway wagon to Hobbs, W all and Co’s, rail
d u rin g
th e sum m er
system s of the country are the same road near Camp 5 and from th ere to s ta rte d to R oseburg T uesday a fte r m o n th s; viz, C h am b erlain s Cholic, ranks of the Grand Army de
Rem edy, it creases and the graves increase.
men th a t control the big banks and
m eets a t th a t is alm o st c e rta in to be needed.
the big tru sts. I t has long been known sm elting works in San Francisco. Al A ssociation
costs b u t a q u a rte r.
Can you a f Their work, teaching patriotism
A fter th e con ford to bo w ithout it?
th a t J . P. Morgan him self is a t the though the cost of shipping from the place next F riday.
F o r sale by will soon fall upon
head of banking, insurance, railway point of recovery to g eth e r w ith cost of clusion of th e w ork of th a t body he a ll dealers.
an 1 o th er in stitu tio n s with a combined
manner in which our citizens
capital of more than $6,000,000,000. will be seen th a t there is a big m argin will en jo y th e Rose C arn iv al and
The woman was at the bargain celebrated this memorial season,
It recently became public inform ation
Pro^ * We hear th a t a g re at amount th en visit frien d s a t differen t points
counter and was plainly distressed we have no fear but that the
th a t by a combine of three of the lead- | of developm ent work has been done a t in th e valley.
FO R RALE.
The Brooklyn Eagle thus relates hei work will be carried along in
ng banks of New York, the M organ the mine ar‘d the »“ PP1» of hi* h « r “,ie
and R ockefeller in terests are to be ore from present indications is enor-
A c o untry store w ith postofflee in woes and the remedy which she in
mous. More extensive developm ent is connection.
A good, new build in g vented:
brought into intim ate alliance.
now going on to ascertain the true 24zS0 feet, good business and acre
To all the churches and minis
An e x p ert recently testified before
sta tu s of this body.
Although this tract of land. In q u ire a t th e H erald been marked down from $5 to $1
ters who gave up their services
th e | in te rsta te commerce commission
mine is in w h at is called the Low Di
“Yes, ma’am,” roplied the clerk. to attend the memorial service at
t h s t the steel tru s t "pi .tctically domi
vide country, it is situated in a ridge
“And these others have been the M. E. church and helped in
A L ending C alifornia D ruggist
nates the railw ays of the c o u n try ,”
quite a ways fu rth e r east from any of
P a sa d e n a, Cal., M arch 9, 1911. marked down from $3.10 to $1 ?”
and exacts therefrom "u n ju st discrim i
the service we tender our thanks.
the workings in th a t d istric t.—Del
F oley and Co.. G entlem en: — We
nations in freig h t r a te s .”
have sold and recom m ended F o le y 's
We also wish to thank Mr.
N orte Record.
w itness sta te d th a t the steel tru s t and
Honey and T a r C om pound for years.
“It’s an excellent bargain.”
and the band and Era
J . P. M organ & Co. are represented on
F or R e n t— Six room house, good
“But the other is a better one,’ Howe for their work during the
the d irec to ra tes of corporations whose g ard en lot w ith fru it and berries. nnd most efficient e x p e c to ra n ts on
the m a rk e t.
C o ntaining no opiates
a g g reg a te capitalization ism rely $16, In q u ire a t H e ra ld office o r a t J. o r n arco tics it can be given freely she insisted. “ You couldn’t
the five dollar goods three ninety,
000.000,000, or one eleventh of the en
E nough of th e rem e
To Messrs. Robinson, Mast,
G. F is h ’s f u rn itu re factory.
dy can be ta k e n to relieve a cold,
tire w ealth of the country. The gross
Rose, S. M. Nosier, Alf Johnson,
income from these closely knitted and
does not In terfe re w ith digestion.
“I’d tnke them in a minute if you Sherwood, E. E. Johnson, Walk-
interw oven corporations is $4,640,000, fo tionery c a rrie s a com plete Hue of Y ours very tru ly , C. H. W ard D rug
e \ Thompson, I. R. Nosier, and
choice fru its, cigars, candles and Co., C. L. P arso n s, Sec y and T reas. would.”
“I am not permitted to do it.”
Get th e o riginal F o ley 's H oney and
Wickham who so kintjly gave
The group th a t m anages these »tu- nuts.
“I’d much rather have them.”
T ar Com pout'd ill th e yellow pack
pendous holdings, involving banks, in
time and the use of thei
O ur new stock of f t . * Dunn age.
“You’ll find them very satisfac
surance, industrials, railroads and other oxfords have a rriv e d and it will give
automobiles we wish to express
F o r sale by C. J. F u h rm a n .
form s of investm ent is made up of men
“But the other is the better bar our appreciation and remind
are financial Goliaths. Their close | “ » * rp at
to show them ,
You should call
o u r sto re
gain.” She hesitated again.
them of the words spoken by
alliance constitutes the most powerful j Lyons & Jones,
and let us show you o u r new stock
she said at last? “give me the
Comrade Sinclair in his opening
financial oligarcey known to the in - 1
of lad le s' sum m er shoes.
& ten goods for $4.”
dustrial life of the world.
« ulck * C u rr* n,‘ k8 th e **lvan- D uan h e a d q u a rte rs a t L yons
remarks when he said, “A flow
Luter she confided in a friend,
, . ized screen do o r; sta n d a rd sizes on
W hat m easures do they employ;
“They weren’t at all what I want, er pinned upon their coats and a
w hat m ethods do they involve; w h a t , h a n d : aPecl«l si.e s m ade In sh o rt
kind «leed shown these old vete
but I'm too
R obinson still has a nice a s s o rt
business morals? There are , “ rd e r' Al8° »¡“ d r. a d ju s ta b le w in
satisfied with a discount of u d- iui rans now were worth more to
d in g s the people of the United S ta te s df)W 8creen8' lro n ' n* board8- 8leeTe m ent of ladies' re ad y -to -w a r d re ss when I can get a dollar ten.”
them than a ton of flowers
ought to know, and it is well th a t the 1 board8- bread bo* rd s- d ra ln boards es, tailo red su its, sh irtw a is ts , e tc.—
house of W ashington has set out to and m eat safes.
d rop In and look them o v e r w hile
T he se a so n 's very new est styles In showered upon them after they
the inform ation.—Oregon Daily
fine selection of post cards a t Fol- his stock is com plete. Also m uslin lad ies' sp rin g and su m m er su its at have passed to rest.
| sotn.s Confectionery.
W. R. C. Correspondent.
u n d e r s e a r and em broideries.
PER YEAR $1.50
POISONING BI GS
O. A. <’. (lives Valuable Information
Corvallis, May 30.—“ Poisoned baits
are desirable for destroying grasshop
pers, cutw orm s, and a few other in
sects, says W. F. Wilson, entom ologist
a t the Oregon A griculture College, in
a new bulletin on Insecticides for the
garden, which will soon be off the
“ Such baits are m ost effective if
used in early sp rin g ,” he says.
soned slices of potato or some similar
vegetable tre a te d with a strong solu
tion of arsen ate of lead or Paris green
are used to poison sow-bugs and wire-
“ To m ake a bran of arsenic mash
mix thoroughly a pound of w hite arse
nic, half a pound of brown sugar, and
six pounds of bran and add enough
w a ter to m ake a wet mash. A spoon
ful should be placed a t the base of each
tre e or vine.
For cut-w orm s a still
b e tte r bait may be prepared by mixing
thoroughly a pound of Paris green, 15
pounds of middlings, and 15 pounds of
bran, dry. and sowing it broadcast up
on the vegitation, about the borders of
cultivated fields and gardens.
I t may
also be sown w ith a seed drill along the
rows of the plants to be protected. So
used it has been found especially val
uable for destroying cut-w orm s in on
Frauds are being p erpetuated in sev
eral p a rts of the s ta te by men who give
as their references the nam es of pro
fessors a t the sta te agricultural col
lege, w ithout authority. One claims
preposterous things in the way of cur
ing apple tree s of anthracknose and
pretectin g them from the codling moth
by applying chemicles to the roots.
A nother is offering a prem ium with
subscriptions to a paper, which turns
out to be a fake.
Dean A. B. Cordley of the agricul
tural school has received a le tte r from
a farm er near Tuolitin, asking if he
gave his endorsem ent to such men.
The le tte r says:
“ A man named Saunder claims to
have a tre a tm e n t whereby ho renders
tree s immune from diseases by the ap
plication ot some chemicles to the roots
especialy apple trees.
He claims th a t
they will be cured of anthracknose,
anil th a t the codling m oth will not both
er such trees for six years and th a t no
spraying is required on tre a te d trees,
other than a light spray of concentra
ted lye once every two or th ree years
to keep moss off the trees. Mr. Saun
ders gave me the name of Prof. Cord-
ley as oeference, so I ask the college to
give me its opinion. I regard this fel
low as a fraud, pure and simple, and in
order to pro tect my neighbors from his
operations I have w ritten to the col-
leg e .”
“ I know nothing w hatever of him ,”
Dean Cordley replied, “ and if I should
give my testim ony in the case, it would
be to the effect th a t any man who
claims to be able to render tree s im
mune from the attack s of the codling
moth, anthracknose, and other fungous
diseases by an application of certain
chemicals to the roots of trees is a
fra u d .”
TO BE BEST
Portland, May 30. (Special). —P o rt
land will be p re tty much given up to
its Rose Festival for the next ten days.
Business affairs will be regulated to
the background quite generally and the
queen flower will rule with undisputed
This y e ar's spectacle prom ises to se t
a new m ark, w ith b e tte r displays, more
gorgeous pageants and b e tte r decora
tions of city stre e ts and buildings than
ever before. O ther Oregon cities will
participate to a larg er e x te n t than
form erly aud out-of-town people have
announced their intention of coming in
The city election will d istra c t a tte n
tion to some e x te n t from the F estival
on June 5, opening day, but with th a t
out of the way, the rem ainder of the
week will he given up to enjoym ent.
Portland rose gardens prom ise, to
produce a w ealth of p erfect blooms
M embers of the E speranto Associa
tion of the Pacific N orthw est will g a th
er a t the Portland Commercial Club for
a grand rally July 19-21. A big a tte n
dance is expected from Oregon and
W ashington particularly, while other
sta te s will he well represented. The
association is now one year old. A t
least 25 of the leading cities of this
sta te have regular E speranto classes.
On June 4, local E sperantists will hold
a picnic a t Tualatin.
A system atic cam paign for immi
g ra n ts has been outlined by the Com
mercial Club acting w ith the G erm an
speaking societies of Oregon. A con
ference on the subject was held re
cently and in future more attention w il
be paid to securing this im m igration.
Dayton has been presented with his
toric F o rt Sheridan by the governm ent
and the old stru ctu re will be removed
to the Dayton city park.
blockhouse is an interesting relic of the
days when the pioneers were subduing
B aker and Oregon City are tw o
places th a t will have postal savings
banks, such institutions already sta rte d
in th is sta te having proved highly suc
cessful. The P ostm aster General has
designated these cities as depositories
and they will begin operations a t once.
O regon’s-im portance as a fruit grow
ing s ta te can be b e tte r understood
from the figures in the biennial report
of the Oregon S ta te Board of H orticul
ture, lately issued.
President W. K.
Newell places the total valuation of
$2,500,000 and dried prunes stand sec
ond in im portance with a value of $1,-
An interurban railw ay from B aker
through the Pow der River Valley to
Haines and N orth Pow der is a project
d ear to the h e art o f the B aker Com
mercial Club and efforts will be d irec t
ed on work to bring this about during
the coming few months. The pro ject
ed line would open up a rem arkably
fertile country, as well as give access
to much tim ber w ealth.
2 4 .-S e n a to r
Bourne has renewed recommendation
for the reappointm ent of Morton Tow
er, whose term expired a year ago, as
Collector of Customs of the Coos Bay
Uses For Salt.
He will not change his recom m enda •
tion for appointm ent of J . F. Sinnott
Salt on the fingers when cleaning
as M arshal to succeed Colwell. It is fowls, meat or fish will prevent
expected the President will not make slipping.
another nomination for M arshal during
Salt thrown on a coal fire when
this session of Congress, and will give broiling steak will prevent blazing
Colwell a recess appointm ent when from tne dripping fat.
Salt in water is the best thing to
clean willow ware and matting.
Salt put on ink when freshly
spilled on a carpet will help in re
moving the spot.
Salt in the oven under baking
tins will prevent their scorching on
Salt and vinegar will remove
stains from discolored teacups.
Salt thrown on soot which has
fallen on the carpet will prevent
Salt usqd in sweeping carpets will
keep out moths.—Cooking Club.
DISCARDING THE LABELS.
Woodrow Wilson Comments on the
Breaking Down of P arty Lines.
"The country is aw akening to a de
gree of civic consciousness known be
fore only in the period when the coun
try w as born.” said G overnor Wood-
tow Wilson of New Jersey In a recent
address. “ We are scrutinizing the men
who are conducting the government.
W e know we ¡ire living in an age of
complicated conditions. Front all our
cities man a fte r man tells me th a t nev-
er before have the citizens been so
awakened to public question»—to the
question of public degeneration.
"T he interesting thing of our polities
now Is th a t men are not labeled. You
cannot tell from the way a mint voted
la~t tim e how he will vote the next
time. Men are beginning to find out
th a t the safe line Is the rig h t line.
"The mere moral Impulse In m e Is
of no force unless It enn he translated
It Is imm oral to propose
for the United States som ething thnt Is
not of benefit to the w hole United
Stales It Is Immoral to prom ote legis
lation for your business unless It is
also for the Interest of th e rest of the
country Our governm ent Is not a pa
New houses show a tendency to
ward larger rooms and fewer of
The bathroom, which in
many of the older houses is a small
I room with just enough space to turn
round in, is now built larger, since
it is to be used by all the members
of the family, who often keep in it
their toilet articles. Downstairs ar-
rbi!o: Is plan to have at least ono
large living room. The large cen
tral hall, which can be used as a re
ception and sitting room, is growing
whiclt are not only decorative, but
useful, are a favorite feature of
these hospitable anil cordial looking
R em em ber, we a re Btill selling hulls
th e fin est bread In Coos c o u n ty , 2
F O R SALK.
loaves fo r 5c. C oquille B akery and
O ne o f th e best im proved dairy
For S ile — Four fi-t? lietfets com fa rm s in th e valley, a t a b a rg ain .
ing fresh soon. Good Dairy stock T elephone F a rm e rs lin e 101.
H. L. C arl, M yrtle P o in t,
on Sweet place, Latnpa.