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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1912)
•JThe Herald, the old estab
lished reliable newspaper oi
the Coquille Valley in which
an “ad” always brings results.
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T he C oquille H erald
C O Q U ILLE , COOS C O U N TY , OREGON, T H U R SD A Y , A U G U ST 15, 1912
HEALTHIEST SPOT ON EARTH
But Little Change in Teaperatnre Daring the
Whole Year Great Agricultural
A SUCCESSFUL DOCTOR
USES EVERY METHOD
A watch is made up of a Dumber
of parts. There are wheels, screws,
springs and other things placed to
gether which go to make the whole
and without which it would Dot be
complete, and there is out an adult
that would purchase a watch which
was not complete, expect it to keep
time and be of any value except as
The science of medicine is also
made up of parts. If one had a
wheel it would he absurd to call it
a watch, yet in medicine if an em
piric has a liniment, he is a doctor
If the Lord cures a pain— after the
laying on of hands— behold another
It is just as absurd to call the
parts that go to make a science, the
science, as to call a wheel a watch,
without it “ all"— it can only be au
Suppose a large building, com
plete with equipment, etc., for keep
ing accounts, but without money it
would hardly be called a bank. It
would be called a bank building.
So it is in mediciue, without the
whole you only have the case, the
wheel, the springs, useless alone,
but assembled— a tbiug of beauty
ami of use
The laity hare curious ideas in
regard to medicine. The mechanic
is supposed to keep up with the
new appliances as they are perfect
ed, but the doctor is supposed to be
a poor benighted person who is
never enlighted until some patient
posts him from knowledge obtained
in the lay press.
Every successful doctor uses
every known method of curing dis
ease, and has used every known
method for the past hundred years.
Christian Science, in its truest sense,
was used fifty years before Mrs.
Eddy was born, and the so-called
science of osteopathy was known
and used before history was written.
Naanan, when h r visited Elijah ex
pected to be cured of leprosy by
manual movement. It was used by
the Hindoos from time immemorial
as a part of their legitimate medi
Simon Magus was probably the
first oharlitan to take advantage of
the credulity of the laity and use
manual movement as a system of
The wonderful advance in all
sciences during the past ten years,
medicine included, has been re
markable, but iu medicine the peo
ple have not kept abreast with the
times; the science has traveled fast
er than they have. While they have
beeo grasping at straws, the true
science has left them far in the
rear, and it will take years for them
to catch up.
A S u b s c r i b e r .
CRESCENT CITY, CAL
CARNIVAL AND FAIR
There is magic, or magic working
| qualities iu the phrase, “ The rail
road is comiug.” Old hopes are
put forth. Crescent City, Cal tie-
Interesting Happenings and Doings of Nearby lie v e s it is to liave „ railroad not
Neighbors Clipped from Exchanges
| right away, hut soon The comple
and Otherwise Secured
tion next year of the Northwestern
Pacific into Kureka and the begin
ning of construí tiou on the Kugene-
MYRTLE POINT MATTERS
Mrs. Jennie McMickel returned Coos Bay line is believed to indicate
to ber borne at Santa Rosa, Califor wilb absolute certainty that within
three years— by the time of the San
nia, tide week.
Mrs. J. L. Masson and niece, Francisco exposition—Crescent City
Emma O’Connor, made a business will at least have railroad connec
trip to Marshfield last week.
The expectation has put new life
The Adams camping party, twen
into the community. It is ambitious
ty in number, returned Saturday
to make itself worthy of the project
after a two weeks' sojourn in tbe
And so this month, horn the 26th
to the 31st, it is to have a week of
In last week's issue we stated
celebration which is to be known as
that S S. Endicott bad sold bis
Water Carnival and Fair.
home. \\t'e should have said William
There is still another reason for
Endicott sold his borne.
the celebratiou. Improvement ol
Mr. A. Tauter has Bold his con the stage roads between Crescent
fectionery store to Forest HormauD City aud Eureka and betweenGran's
aud it will be conducted hereafter Pass and Crescent City, and the de
by himself and sister, Mias Myrtle. velopment of auto touring, has in
Mrs. A. Houge went to San Fran creased the frequency of visits from
cisco on last steamer to visit with tourists aud summer resorters, who
her parents and meet her sister and have recommended that something
family, who have just returned from be done to advertise ttie scenery and
China wbero they have been mis climate. Tbe water carnival and
sionaries for several years.
fair marks the acceptance ol these
Mrs. C. E. Broadbent received a recommendations.
Close to the Oregon line as it is,
letter from Los Angelos, just as she
and ber daughter Helen were about Crescent City connts upon the co
to leave for that city, saying infant operation of its neighbors on the
paralysis was prevalent there, so de north, from whom entries are solic
cided to defer their trip. They are ited.
spending a few days at Bamlon this
Miss Dura Williams of Rock
Creek was in town over Sunday en
route to Bandon to attend tbe In
stitute. A large pantber sprang at
Steve Connell, secret service agent
tbe heads of a span of horses her of the federal government, was no
brother was dr.ving Saturday caus tified by Superintendent Frank Cur
ing them to dump him in tbe river. tis of the manufacture of bogus halt
Fortunately no one was hurt and dollar pieces at the Oregon state
the panther escaped.
penitentiary by a convict named
P E R Y E A R $ 1.5 0
OREGON NEWS MANHOOD ASSET IS (¡KEATEST
OF THE NATION WEST WOULD
EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK
TOPICS WISE AND OTHERWISE
•IJob Printing—New presses
new material and experienced
workmen. A guarantee that
Herald printing will please
Transpiring in Oregon Boiled Down to Least
Number of Lines and Yet Make
the Subject Understood
The notification address delivered
by Rev. Charles H. Mesd, D. D , of
New York, permanent chairmtn of
the Prohibition Nati >ual convention
was as follows:
“The Prohibition party believes
that the greatest asset of the Nution
is manhood, and in a government
of the people, by the people, and
for the poople, a debauched citiznD
ship cannot give to the people a
government for the best good of all
You canuot make pure a stieam
which has a muddy fountain-head.
A drunken eitiz.nahip meaus au al
“As Prohibitionists, we take our
stand with William Lloyd Garrison
when he declare'!, 'Ttrat which is
morally wrong cbd never bo politi
cally right.’ If the license system
be right, then the saloon is right,
and if the saloon be right, then the
drunkenness, criminality, aud other
evils produced by it, are right. But
if it be wrong to debauch and cor
rupt and crimiualize uud brutalize
the Nation’s greatest asset— man
hood— then ail the laws, and all
the money in revenue, and all the
political parties, can never make
the liquor traffic light. Abraham
Lincoln declared that the Nation
could not remain half slave aud half
free, BDd he was right. We declare
this Nation cannot remain half
drunk and half sober, and we, too,
are right. Slavery and liberty were,
and are, enemies, and so too, are
drunkenness aud sobriety enemies.
“ During the past few months, as
n Nation, we have been humiliated,
nu t our people, regardless of polit
ical affiliations, have hung their
heads with shame as they beheld the
President of these United States,
and tbe only living ex-President,
out on the stump calling each other
liais, and covering each other with
p -lineal mud If what these two
mrn have said about each other is
true, neither is fit to be President;
if wbut tiny bay is not true, neither
should euter the White House again.
AND EVADE EXECUTING LAW
Puts Fate of Condemned Men, Saved by Him,
on People's Shoulders— Veters
To Be Executioners
A postofljee has been established
Preparatory to the launching of
N C. Maris, representative ol tlie
at Cherry Grove, Wauiiiugton coun
his hill to al> dish capital punith-
superintendent ot public instruction
-uent Governor West began repriev
and Portland commercial interests
ing murderers for the purpose of
has brought the first stage of bis
The chief of police of Albany was
making effective to tbe people hie
work this year to a close. He vis
recently finud $5 for striking a cit
decimation that if they vote ageinet
ited nineteen Oregon counties aud
tbe bill they will be assisting io the
organized school garden contest
A Christian Church to cost $ 16 ,-
of the condemned men.
work in each.
500 is under construction at Tilla
The four men reprieved so far are;
Speaking of the productive possi
Mic Morgan, Josephine county,
bilities of Coos county to a repre
Iu a recent storm lightning kill
for the murder of John York; Frank
sentative of the Evening Telegram,
ed a valuable brood sow belonging
Garrison. Coos county, for the mur
Mr Maris said :
to James Holton of Mount Pleasant.
der of Ray Perkins; Noble Faulder,
“ The agricultural possibilities in
Four hundred toDS of logan
Klamath county, for tbe murder of
Coos county are cheese and butter,
berries were shipped th is season
Louis Gibbeit; James W. Taylor,
loganberries and Gravenstein ap
from Brooks to the market in Port:
Harney county, for the murder of
ples. With proper promotion, these
A. H Perry.
products Should become as lamnus
A beautiful display of Chinese
In tbe case of tbe Humphry bro
there as the Spitzeulrerg, Yellow
pheasants will be a leading feature
thers, sentenced to the gallows for
Newtown and the strawberry have
of the feathered beauties at the
the murder of Elizabeth Griffith, of
at Hood River. The loganberry
Philomath, confessed murderers,
grows to perfection and seems espe
tbe Supreme Court granted a stay
Apples of the Spokane Beauty
cially well adapted to the bench
of execution peodiDg an appeal. In
variety weighing one and a half
lands skirting the river bottoms
the case of A. E Roberts, who mur
pounds each were exhibited by J. J.
Some prominent citizens are very
dered Arnold Stewart and George
Baker at Roseburg.
enthusiastic of converting the logan
Hastings of Portland, no action has
berry into commercial juice similar
Douglas Jatiney, aged 27 , was
been taken by the Governor, but
to the grape juice, to which it is, in
found August 8 hanging from a raf
rhoul I the courts not interfere with
the minds of many people, far supe
ter in a barn near Medford. The
the execution of the sentence, the
rior in flavor. It would seem that
suicide was a member of a well
Governor will, no doubt, follow bis
there are unlimited possinilities for
known pioneer family.
policy and grant him a re
such an enterprise there.”
Work began Monday last on an
Roberts is an ex-convict
Mr. Maris was especially struck
electric line from Salem to Stayton,
aud deliberately shot down for the
by conditions in Coos and Curry
a distance of twenty miles. Among
purpose of robbery tbe twA men for
counties and in this connection
other districts it will tap a 12,000
whose murder be is condemned to
spoke as follows :
acre irrigated tract at West Stayton.
“ With the lowest death rate of
As a result of being burled off a
People are inclined to reseDt the
any place on earth— five to thou
grade in his automobile on the
Governor’s sharp political move to
sand— the people of Coos county
Looking Glass road near Roseburg,
compel them to bay whether a mur
are probably the healthiest, happi
L. E. Hoovet.a well known nur
derer shall be executed or not when
est, most contented people on earth.
seryman, died in a hospital at Med
there is already on the statute
They are somewhat isolated from
ford, Thursday last.
books a law providing capital pun
the rest of the state, but they have
Mrs. Charlotte E PeDgra, a pio
ishment for murder. The Govern
gotten used to that, and are almost
neer of 1853 , was laid to rest at
or’s oath specifies that be shall ex
an empire within themselves, prac
J. J. Stanley, and of the attempt to Laurel Grove cemetery, Springfield,
ecute the law.— Portland Telegram.
tically independent of the rest of
pass them by John Lewis, a negro August 9 . Her Husband waa active
Raisin Grapes are Late
the world. They have several needs
Telephone service has been estab trusty. Disposition of the men will in the early history of the territory
Empires may rise and empires
Raisin grapes ’»•ill be at least ten
down there, but they are not wor
rest with the federal authorities. and was the first surveyor-general
lished to Agness.
days'late this fall. In average years may fall, but the world still goes
rying them very much. The cli
S. P. Pierce of Sixes river has a Both men have the larger portion of appointed for tbe state.
the haivest of raisin grapes begins on. Politics may engross us for
mate along the coast has a tendency
contract to relimber the Winchuck seven-year sentences to serve.
Robert Bonham of Camas valley, the first of September. This year an hour, but the masses of the
to make people contented with their
After Lewis, who passed the coin
brick for $1.925.
27 miles east of Roseburg, was cut it is evident that picking cannot people realize that they must eat
lot. Some of their needs arc several
at the Jones confectionery store,
about the neck snd breast with a start earlier than September 10 . and sleep aud work to procure the
thousand people with money, mus
conlessed that he received them
free ferry across Chetco river for a
knife in the hands of Hale Boren The best figures pi .ce the shortage wherewithal. . While the smoke of
cle and energy and a few hundred
lrom Stanley. Superintendent Cur
periou of six months.
on August 9 . The assailant hag at about 30 per ceut. There is political battle may partially ob
miles of railroad, and in that and
tis investigated and found broken
scure the vision, it cannot porj^n-
Curry county they need about a
There are twenty-seven school plaster paris molds in a wood box in been arrested awaiting result of the every prospect that prices will com
injuries which will probably prove pensate for the apparent shrinkage eutly hide the fact that there is
billion goats to clear up the land
houses iu Curry county with a total
the prison paint sh op in which
building, on the hills overlooking
of the crop.
aud make range tor thousands of
enrollment of 479 pupils.
San Diego harbor, au exposition
head of cattle and sheep. The pos
The people of Wedderburn or
During an electric storm at Port
Five bogus halt dollar pieces,
to celebrate the opening of the
Hen Mothers Puppies
sibilities along this line are great.
ganized a Sunday school recently made of babbit metal and tin foil land Thursday morning last the
W. M. Kimbrough, a Memphis Panama Canal, which will be one
“ The great resources of Coos and
with a membership of twentyMour from tobacco wrappings were found Hawthorne street bridge was hit by
business man, boasts of a remarka of the most unique and interesting,
Curry counties are timber, dairying,
for a starter.
and it is believed this ts all that lightning burning out a conduit iu ble lien. She is taking care of four as welt as beautiful, expositions
fish and livestock. Dairying is, and
the tower. Bridge tenders were motherless puppies with as much that history has ever recorded The
Male school teachers of Curry were made.
should be, the leading industry in
county receive a monthly average
Stanley- is from Benton county, shaken up but aside from being ter concern as though they were ber country must elect a president, but
the agricultural districts of these
salary oi $65 and female teachers serving for altering checks, and ribly frightened no personal injury owu little chickens. Four days after San Diego has put its hand to the
two counties. This is limited large
ten dollars less. Why this distinc Lewis is from Douglas county.
the puppies were born their mother plow, and for her there is no turn
Human Teeth Upearthed
ly to the narrow rich valleys tribu
While felling a tree 50 miles west was killed by a street car. The pups ing back. The honor of the city Is
tary to the numerous streams trav
The Silver Trout restaurant, one
No man is ever a good as she of Eugene on August 8, Gus Fulin, crawled into the setting hen’s nest at stake. When the clock records
lets, Cal., in the borings from a
ol the oldest buildings in Gold th iD ks he is or as bad as others employed by a sub-contractor for and she nestle I down over them the hour of midnight, at the end of
80 feet which are
“ There is little change in the W6^ at B
1914, the gates of the exposition
Porter Brothers on the new Coos carefully and s itisfactorily,
believed to have belonged to a man Beach, was destroyed by fire last thing he is.
temperature during the whole year
must open, with every building fin
4 ?ay railroad, was killed wlien a
.. . r
who lived id a loncf past cycle. Nu- week. Loss $2,000. The building
Conditions are ideal for the produc* i
. .4 , ,
An Unwelcome Bedfellow
ished, every exhibit in place, every
merous bits of shell fish and a de- was owned by Ira Moore.
agate carnival is an annual eveut limb from the top of the tree fell
tion of dairy products.
Awakened from sleep by an un thing complete and ready for the
W. M. Sansome was arrested at that will increase in interest and suddenly, striking him on the head.
t , .
. , . I posit of nne sea sand surrounded
grows luxuriantly, both on the hot- ¡ f 4
, . ,
comfortable feeling that something critical public.
Such rapid pro
Fulin’s relatives live in Portland.
. . the teeth, which must have been de Gold Beach for hunting out ol sea attendance year by year.
toms and on the hills, where it is
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with the work
, . . .
, posited at a time when the Sicra-
C. W. Riddle, an engineer on the
Frank Ned, a Smith river Indian,
not too densely covered with brush, i r A
nr , . ,
, , ,
. ... , ~ , raento Valley was 9 r> feet lower than fined fifty dollars and being uuable 1 is accused of accidentally setting on Deschutes river, says he recently while camping near Sprague, Wash as to justify the belief that this
and good beef can be killed on the
ington, awoke to find a huge rattle will be accomplished, with some
to pay will languish in the county „
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1 | fire a building known as the “ Hobo caught a Dolly Varden trout in (hat snake lazily coiled on the pillow thing to spare.
range there any month in the year.
T. L. Knock, manager of the jail.
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Roost” which, toge'her with Frank stream that measured thirty-eight within s few inches of his head.
“ There are thousauds of acres in rgn(.h on which the teeth were
Twtnty thousand railroad ties Owen’s saloon, was total destroyed inches in length. Something of a
People of Oregon, Washington,
Quickly turoing the pillow over be
these two counties that have been founJ hM jn big poMfMi(m the
and more than 400,000 feet of white one day last week. The Indian fish story, but it is averred by others
caught the snake off its guurd and North Carolina, Mississippi, Minne
wholly or partly cleared, that have gkeleton of ft 40-foot lizard, dug cedar lumber was taken from Port
was drunk in the “ roost” and he that trout thirty inches in length succeeded in killing it with a stone. sota and other localities whete
again grown up to brush so dense-' from a ledge of solid ssndstooe iu
Orford on the last trip of the steamer was barely rescued fr o m a firey have often been caught in the Des
He cut off the rattles, nine in num lumbering is counted among the
ly that no grass can grow I have tbe nearby Coast RaDge mountains.
Fifield bound tor San Diego. Large death. The liquor was saved and chutes.
never seen a more fertile field for
ber, and took them to town as proof chief industries, will doubtless
quantities of ties remain in woods more trouble by it may reasonably
James Curin, a resident on Sau- of his experience.
agree with the Department of
promoting the Angora goat indus
Best Dairy Caw in the World
and teams are hauling them in at be looked for.
* -* •* -»
vies Island in Columbia Slough near
Commerce and Labor that there is
try than these two connties. This
ToValdessa Scott, Second, a Hol- the raje ot five hundred per day.
Finger Marks io Banks
no lumber trust, but the declati-
business of itself would be a source ! stein Ftiesian owned by Bernard
J. V. Hudson of North Bend, has Portland, was found dead on August
tion shows how some people feel
gone to Curry county to prospect
of great income, to say nothin!¡ of | Meyer of F ,
N j , goee the
the immense amount of good range honor of beiDg the best dairy cow the obituary of Old Eli, a bear dog for „ gold ^ ¡ n g ,,„artz which he by means of a rope. His head was newspaper dispatches, have begun about it If may be that there is
that might thus be created for other in tbe worlJ. Tbe cow has jn«* famous in Curry county for many | found , wen,y. five vears ago. He broken. George Weber, aged 70 to introduce the finger print as a an agricultural implement trust,
E» *’ a<^ a record °f 100 tramped in there fiom Myrtle Point years, a fisherman and former com mark of identification ou cheeks. and that there are other trusts in
< ial ro
completed a sfiven-dsy
-is treed. He had long been too and was accompanied by L. E- Mat- panion of the dead man, has l>een The method is already in use in the control of necessities of life, and no
“So far, their greatest industry in i cord in wbich she prod
il 695 9
r the chase but thought he hews an old gold miner. Mr. Hod- arrested for the crime, and later United States.
doubt the democratic party will
unde S !
that part of the country has been pounds of milk, 33.50
tome back. His master heard son claims to have tound a ledge confessed killing Curin in self-
try to abolish these trusts. But
lumbering. This has been and will butter fat and 41.87
Flies! Flies! Flies!
hting in the woods, but has that is thought to he fully a mile in defense.
the government has ostensibly
be for years a source of great wealth. butter.
Get your . screen doors and win been after such trusts for years and
so far been unable to find "b at's .
, h and ,he oulcroppings is very
It is claimed Coos Bav has the |
A vast amount of ill health is due to dows made. Meat safes, bread it is apparent that the fight must
left of him.
the same kind impaired digestion. When the stomach
greatest belt of standing timber trib-
A« Everyday Tragedy
ti \ in wir»
boards, ironing boards and sleeve be carried on through the courts,
le Cripple Creek ' fails to
I functions broporlv
utary to any one port, estimated at
Mary dropped ber eyes on the
The agate carnival at Port Orlord that is foanü
* becomes derani
1 nged. boards made to older at Quick A and that capital is hydra-headed,
a trillion feet, and they boast of the floor as Henry burst into the room, on August 10 proved a great suc imite
expects to be , A
doBeg 0f chamberlain s Ta blcts
and possessed of mote lives than a
.s and will make | are all you need. They will strengthen
most modern, perfectly-equipped Her face lengthened rapidly and cess. The display of agates both n t .dnX s
your digestion, invigorate your liver,
sawmill at Marshfield there is in the then she finally pierced him with a cut and uncut were large and beau a m u investigati' : as regards the and regulate your bowels, entirely doing
“ I was cured of diarrhoea by one dose cat.
Chamberlains Colie, Cholera and
world. It is not so large perhaps as glace«. As hit laugh rose and fell, tiful and many of them were very values with a view of organizing a away with
t i g due
Diarrhoea Remedy,” writes M. E Geb-
does not stop and
some, but for perfection of tquip-|She dropped her jaw and ber voice valuable. The spectacular display ! company and opening up the Bines |
h*v^^n°iwrm«n 7 ntly cured- 1 hardt. Oriole, Pa. There is nothing.
better. For sale byall druggists.
at Battle Rock was splendid. The later if lound profitable.
why not you? For sale by all druggists.
rnent it has them all tjeaten.”
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