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THE COQUILLE HERALD
fJThe Herald, the old estab
lished reliable newspaper of
the Coquitle Valley in which
an “ad" always brings results.
VOL. 30, NO. 49
C O Q U IL LE , COOS C O U N TY , OREGON, T H U R SD A Y , A U G U ST 22, 1912
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SUMMER COMFORTS FOR
OREGON NEWS THREE OF GREAT
INTELLIGENCE TODAY Loganberries Are Profitable
THE COW THAT PAY NEIGHBORING
"Nature, the Bible and the news
ft has been proven time and lime
BRIEFLY 1LD telligence,”
paper are three great sources of in
agaiu by successful dairjraeu that
not only the cow’s milk flow but
said Rev. Earle Naftz-
By A. C.
Coos Bay Harbor
HE WRITER was one of many As to the demand for these her-1—this will not interfere with culti- the percentage of hutterfat which
ger, pastor of the Vincent Methodist
that was fortunate enough to ries one firm in Salem re eived an vation or puking,
EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK church
her milk contains cun he increased
of Spokane, Washington, in
order for too tons at 28 cents a After the crop has been removed by little things that ad 1 to her TOPICS WISE AND OTHERWISE
the course of a sermon in which T have heard the talks on loganber
he classed the newspapers with ries and their possibilities by Pro pound, but not noe ton was forth- cut ofT all the old vines that bore comfort.
Interesting Happenings and Doings of Nearby
the church and Bchool us a popular lessors Jackson aud Wilson of Cor coming as the orders for the canned and either take them out and burn One of these profit making com
Neighbors Clipped from Exchanges
forts is to allow the now to remain
educator, adding; "One investiga
and Otherwise Secured
Oregon Experiment Sta- made a strenuous effort to secure and disk well. Then take the new in the barn during the beat of the
tor dclares the newspaper over Southern
tion at Medford and Commissioner one pound of the dried berry but vines and train up on the wires dav wheu the flies are at their
Marvel Boyce, a 12 year-old pu shadows every other educational of
Horticulture Carson. These gen was unsuccessful—I was told by Now plow the ground between rows worst, and feed her with green frerl.
pil of The Lull I school in Portland, agency.
A Rollick of Port
If tbo herd of cows is large it is land are at Reed
recently swam across the Willamette "There are about 25,000 newspa convincing that I determined to as good as wheat in the bin.
river, at ils widest point, in sixtetn
in title to the
Eugene sells all its canned berries
aud allow the cow to eut silage dur Hume estate.
of which 2,500 are issued daily. For first hand.
S. D. Heed, a prominent business a metropolitan daily the expense The points emphasized by the received at this cannery for canned The loganberry bears well from ing the day and get the uutrients James Chenowith’s little girl was
she must have. This is scarcely
man of Eugene shot and killed a budget is not fur from $ 1 , 000,000 gentlemen
practical where only n small herd is kicked in the head bv a horse at
pet deer belonging to E. Rice of
river ruceutly and is reported
Isadora. The sheriff arrested Mr. 000,000 and two or thiee made pro oly. Second that we should put up the cannery does not even send a planting, setting the posts and kept. Twelve cows will eat rnly Elk
iu a serious condition.
Reed and be paid $100 to settle the
a nine-foot silo. A building of this Iiubios are found in the beach
year. The number of employes lots of dried berries, and third that
and of the necessary sand at the mouth of the Rogue
Eugene Busboewder of Brooklyn, 000 , while more than 1 , 000,000 per better tasting and more healthful as At present they are paying four Peking season, the following cut- height is liable
to be blown over by river. They come down the river,
N. Y., has written to Secretary Ol- sons are supported directly or indi a soft drink than grape juice that -ceuts a pound at Salem and j ,inS of old viues and the training eveu u small wind
storm. For those but their source has never been
cott for the names of the owners of
herd it is advisa fouml.
the largest farms in the state, as he “The income of this aggression, up this wav.
crops on which Frank Owens has a nugget weigh
says he is looking for a job. He
ing about three dollars which he
adds that he will not be interested
found in a ledge of rock recently
in ranches wifh less than 30,000 which not far from $ 100 , 000,000 is of the berry season in July. It seven tons per acre. The cost of acre would probably be correct
aud the flies are less annoying, the discovered in the Lobster creek
seems that the farmers there were picking not over one cent a pound. It seems to me that the growers cows can be turned to pasture to mountains Mr. Owens says the
John Letsom, aged 84; Mrs. Mary received
enough to form Fruit Grow I was told by the growers that of Coos should get togerher and graze and exercise.
ledge is well defined and the rich
aggregate circulation reaches
Letsom Goodell, aged 50; Mrs. O. R. the ‘ The
ers’ Unions, Salem having at least there
strenk is about twelve inches wide.
good money in the berries juice and that it should have a
Awbrey, aged 22; and little Mary 000 , or about 100 copies for every two, Eugene one, etc. So far as I at three is cents
there is gold in Lobstei creek
Malinda Awbrey, aged four months, man, woman and child in the coun could learn where these centers for
more suggestive and attractive are the best, because they furnish in paying quantities has been known
form a healthy looking four genera
ami the number of papers in distributing fruits, canning and dry from five to ten times the acreage name than Logauberry juice; this the protein which stimulates milk for years and we hope Mr. Owen*
tion family that is a good advertise try;
to the population, which ing berries, etc , were financed and in loganberries next year that it label should be copyrighted and production and takes sway the ne has found the feeder to the stream.
ment for the longevity of life in the in proportion
1800 was ono to every 20 ,4 , 0 , is mauaged on sound business princi now has. The largest single tract used by the different manufacturers cessity of purchasing this necessary —Gold Beach Globe.
Cottage Grove country.
the county. As I said before we and high-priced nutrient.
ples by the growers themselves that
now one to every 3,500.
The Brookings Lumber company
heard of is one of 200 acres of
have three, possibly tour or
That figs will grow nicely in the "Under conditions existing today these plants are uniformly a suc I at have
California, owners of 25.000 acres
Umpqua valley is a settled fact. The newspaper is first of all a com cess.
even five manufacturing plants, not
The Farmers’ Worth Recognized
timber in Curry county, will
only to take care of the loganberry It ¡ b not new, still it ¡ b worth re soon fine build
There are a number of persons who mercial proposition. It ha 3 to live I visited one cannery and drier at
large sawmill aud log
have one or more trees on their and it has to pay. No subscription Salem and spent considerable time I am told that one rancher out but of all the farmers' crops. The peating, that the farmer is the most ging road, a and
premises, and each year a crop is list, however large, could pay the at that splendidly equipped plant at from Corvallis has 16 acres now bill rancher and the bottom ranch important man in the industrial in the lumber business.
produced. The trees have produc expeuses of an average newspaper. Eugene. I visited two of the pros producing aud last spring put out er of Coos is not worrying for fear world. He not only feeds everyone Mr. Brookings is a St. Louis
ed good crops each year, and with The low price is to iusure a circula perous loganberry yards at Salem 80 acres more and has the entire he cannot raise loganberries, mam- else, but he produces all the mater and is immensely wealthy. He gave
crop contracted to 1920 .
j moth blackberries, raspberries, cur- ials with which to clothe them, and eight million dollars to a university
stand late spring frosts better than tion and the circulation determi'nes and a small one at Monmouth.
peaches or apricots.
rants, gooseberries, strawberries, many of those with which to bouee recently. With the adveDt of a
the advertising, and the advertising In passing I wish to say that, if
I. M. Bales of Brooks probably furnishes whatever profit there is. the success of the canning aud dry the demand at least for many years j cabbage, red beets, potatoes, beans, them.
firm in Curry county possessed of
bolds the record for the grentest “The newspaper is a powerful ing industry in the Willamette val would tar exceed the supply. This peas, etc.
It is on agriculture that the pros wealth great, advancement is sure
net profit on loganberries of any agency in moulding the public con ley counts for anything, the farmers statement was based solely on the j The thing that worries us is, or perity of this country is founded, to follow.
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grower in this vicinity. He leases science, creating moral sentiment of Coos need at least three large demand for canned fruit—when we has been—what shall we do with and therefore it is only natural that
17 acres of loganberry land, and and waging political campaigns. canneries more than they need the think of the possibility of the juice them when raised? Yet the solu- the politicana should seek the wel
Would Bet $10,000
this season the vines produced GO The lack of accuracy is one of the railroad—and the best part of the and the dried berries it would seem tion is at hand. First, an unlimited fare of the farmers. Piobahly the Major Kinney telephoned the
tons of fruit, leaving him with the most deplorable shortcomings of the matter is that the securing of can that the supply can never equal world market; second, finest land Department of Agriculture is the Coos Bav Times Monday last to
I in the world to raise the above most beneficial branch of the gov make public the following state
neat sum of $ 2,000 after expenses modern newspaper. This varies all neries is entirely within our possi the demand.
articles; third, a little affair ernment, as it is cant ¡Dually work ment:
the way from innocent blunderings bility, The cannery is looked upon Loganberries are propagated from to named
and help ourselves ing to tell how to produce better, "I (Kinney) will wager a $ 10,000
An acre of carrots is 1 eing sown to deliberate falsifications in some
plants to care bigger and more varied crops. block of Coos Bay property with
in Orenco to ascertain if the crop publications.”
farmers supply. I saw them can nature can be helped by putting a tor our crops.
Oranges, raisins, lemons, dates, figs any man that the train of another
will be a success there. The rows
ning loganberries of course, but also spadetul of earth on the tip, late in The effect of properly working almonds, walnuts, olives and m aD y transcontinental road will run into
are 14 inches apart and there are
A Ton Thumb Wedding
industry must work wonders other things have been added to
Bay before the Southern Pa
over 150,000 carrots in the field, and The entertainment given by the strawberries and gooseberries—and the fall, if given time, it will take this
for our country. Each factory would our list of productions iu tecent Coos
cific operates a train in hi re. I have
they average five carrots to the ladies of the Presbyterian society at where can they raise them so well root and send up a shoot, then in afford
for 20 , or more, years. Tea is now being grown in never been a betting man but I
pound at the present time. It has Masonic hall Tuesday evening was as here, blackberries, pieplant, red 1 February or March, these should people employment
season. this country. Coffee is produced in would like to make this wager. I
already been ascertained that an well attended and netted a sum
acre would afford employment our island possessions It is pro will put the deed to the property in
enormous tonnage to the acre can sufficient to aid very materially The cost of a fully equipped plant long and set out. The field is first Each
for cauning, drying aud making thoroughly cultivated and should for many children and grown-ups posed to introduce some of the escrow this week and will wager it
toward paying for painting the Pres juice
would be about as follows : ! be supplied with fertilizer especially during the picking, the financial wild animals of Africa into this with any man. The wager should
Suffragists are planning for a big byterian church, for which purpose, Site 50x100,
possibilities would of necessity at country to supplement the food be taken in a week or ten davs."
Votes for Women demonstration at we understand, the funds are to be Building two-story
tract many to the thousands of supply. Aud while seeking new
the Pendleton Round-up next used. The “grown-ups” rendered 40 h. p. steam boiler, cost
ol now unproductive, yet very products, the government scientists Mr. W. S. Gunsalus, a farmer living
month. A delegation of suffragists choice vocal and instrumental selec Canning equipment
. are then placed eight
r feet valuable,
bench and bottom lands have taught the farmer how to pro berlain’s
will go in a body several days pre tions and readings and the “ little
make the juice
duce more corn and wheat, and years, and that he has found it to be
vious to the affair and make ready tots” did admirably well at the To
----?j Substantial cedar posts 5 to s'/i our growing cities.
better live stock.
for some unqiue stunts, and later wedding, the supper being especially Capital
remedy, ft. and For takes
they will be joined by a prominent enjoyable both to the participants a monopoly, so to speak, of the lo- about 18 feet apart in the row, then the beriy industry for Coos, as set
Esslem Star to Celebrate
speaker from the east, who will and the audience. Praise is due ganberry for I am told on reliable two or three strands ot wire are forth by the four gentlemen alluded Doric Chapter,
O. E S , Marshfield,
come across the continent to speak the ladies who had the affair in hand authority that this berry will grow strung. The first at the top should to in this article, are so alluring, is making big plans
for the Eastern
for suffrage on that occasion.
under whose vigilance the enter no where in the United States e x - ; be No. 12 galvanized, the next 20 and the facts as I found them seem Star Natal Celebration,
Rev. J. K. Howard, pastor of the
to so completely verify what they be held there Friday, August
told us. that it behooves us to get five Eastern Star Chapters in 30. Coos
Presbyterian church at Glendale, lowing is the program ;
and candidate for the legislature on I nstrumental S olo — Miss Florence into California and bouuded on the T believe three the best) 20 below blindly.
county will participate, the ctre-
the democratic ticket, was shot the Rich.
including a day and evening
other day by Frank Red field while R eading —Miss Marguerite Longston. hieing practically in the centre, and bearing until the third year. They canning in general, and the logan mcnies
program, concluding with an elab
hunting in the limber. The preach D uet — Piano and Violin —Miss Mahan as should naturally follow it seems must be well cultivated up to bear- berry in particular, will come to orate
banquet. A silver loving cup
THE BEST BUY
er was attired in a tan suit of clothes and Mr. Pursley.
Coos in the lale fall and tell us is offered
to the chapter having the
In Coos County
and at a distance resembled a deer.
greatest perfection and its yield is to train the new vines along the actual expenses. But, ¡meanwhile, largest number of members in at
A TOM THUMB WEDDING
The minister was shot in the breast
tendance And it is expected that
ground just close under the trellis let us get together.
U shers — Austin.Clinton, John Oer- here the most prolific.
and fell to the ground, but it is said ding.
will be keen rivalry among the
the injuries will not prove fatal.
to capture this trophy. Mrs.
G uests —Harriet Gould, Warren Bran
With an almost total absence of don; Helen Lyons, Keith Linegar; Eu President Taft’s first official act
McCarty of Marshfield is jires-
The President and Secretary of Coast loggers should not get ex Ora
ladybugs this seasou, bopgrowers nice Perkins, Irving Lamb; Delia Sher August
of the Natal Day society this
17, was to sign the $160,- the Interior have oidered about one cited and think they are the only
Merla Landreth; Frances j.yons,
are becoming especially active in wood,
VonPegert; Camilla Lorenz,
half million acrea of Indian lands, thing. If they read the Bible they
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spraying the vines to destroy the Sheldon
Three million feet of timber—Sufficient
Kistner; Mary Springer, Harold The Pension Office was immedi in the former Shoshone (in Wy will find tdat Solomon sent out into
fast increasing aphis,, which in pre Kenith
Mrs. Joseph Liggett is Drowned
to pay for the land
Bither: Pauline Chase, William Oerding; ately notified and telegraphic orders oming), Uintah 1 in Utah), and the woods 80,000 men to hew tim
vious years have been pretty well Helen Stauff, Ross Edwards, James were sent to the 18 outlying agen Crow (in Montana) Indian Reserva ber. There is no record, however, Mrs. Joseph Liggett, whose body
mile to sawmill
bandied by the ladybugs. Spraying Lyons, Laron Nosier.
postoffice within a
edding S ong — "All I Ask of You
with strong chemicals is thought to is W Love.”—Marvel
Willamette river, and whom it is
have destroyed the eggs of the in companiment, Josephine Peoples.
committed suicide, is sur Good neighbors, splendid county road
lay in Congress. Each pensioner dent of Opening and Sale of Indian Solomon knew how to float log* be belived
sects last year which would have F ather — Homer Oddy.
in this county. through place. Fine stream of
in the United States was to be paid Lands, at minimum prices ranging cause they were brought to Joppu She was daughters
product d the crop of little workers M other — Gladys Bither.
of Mrs. S. D.
water on premises, and river
by Tuesday, August 20, at the latest. from 50 cents to $1.10 per acre. The salem. It is evident that Solomon Pultord of Mvrtle Point,
tbia season, and many more have B rother — Teddy Beckett.
within one-fourth mile,
purchaser on bids made in person was not only a great husband, but Cribbins ol Marshfield and Mrs A.
12 miles to Myrtle
been sacrificed as food to the great S B ister
A Foolish Question
ridesmaids — Helen Sherwood, Gen
number of small birds appearing evieve
L- Phillips of Portland. She was
The editor of the woman’s page | or cultivation will be required. Pat
this year, although the birds have F lower
G irls — Mary Watson, Avis was on his vacation and the sport ents will be issued as soon ss the
also been active in devouring aphis. Hartson.
and the best
ing editor had jumped into the purchase price ie paid.
Evangelist O. E. Williams will gett had Eieen in poor health Her
kind of land for fruit
B ride —Mamie Hawkins.
A vast amount of ill health is due to G room —Novia Landseth.
Sales will begin at Lander, Wyo begin evangelistic meetings at the husband was killed by a train a year One-half cash; balance to suit purchaser
When the broperl
Btomach C lergyman — Harper Mahan.
of this,” he snorted, as he held up ming,
fails to perform
September 19; at Provo, Christian Church Sunday at 11 a. id . ago.—Times.
A money-maker for a man of energy
a perfumed commnnication. "Here's ; Utah, on
8. and at Billings, Meetings all the week except Sun
A few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets P art I — Wedding Scene.
day evening which will be a union A little learning ia a dangerous
Montana, on October 21, 1912.
you need. invigorate
They will your
your all digestion,
Call on or address
service at the M. E. Church South. thing, but get at least a little.
and regulate your bowels, entirely doing P art II—Wedding Supper.
a lemon wasn’t tart enough.”
Come early and enjov the Rtere- Widow’s weeds do not necessari
forty acres will be sold to any one. optienn
Try it. cured—
Many T o n ig h t - Miss Gitchel at the A woman is always proud of her \
Mr. Williams will interest and ly prevent the growth of orange T H E
why not you? For sale by all druggists. Maaonic hall.
husband—during the honeymoon.
Never look a gift in the coat mark. instruct you.
Transpiriig in Oregon Boiled Down to Least
Number of Lises and Yet Make
the Subject Understood
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