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The Coquille Herald
M o n e y From F r u it
PUBLISHED ‘EVERY TUE8DAT
High prices for deciduous fruits
lu the eastern maiketsaud a bum er
yield in the Northwest have com
bined to make prospects exceeding
ly bright for farmers in Oregon and
Shipments from Cal-
tornia have brought from $1500 to
S 2000 per car, with an estimated
vield o f 14 ooj cars to be shipped
irom the state.
On the basis ol
■resent prices the revenue from
bese 14,000 cats will be $28,000,-
100 Taking this as an index,
Oregon and Washington crops
should also yield a sum which will
40 a long way to keep the wheels
if prosperity turning.
Knterud .18 second da«e matter May
8 , 190». at tlie post olliie at Coquille,
Oregun, underact o( Congress o( March
8 , 1879.
P. C. LE V A R , Lessee.
Prudence and Mercy I
A Revolutionary Story
For Independence Day
SERVICES IN •
UNCLE SAM IN SUNDAY COQUILLE
GOOD ROAD WORK
“ A .
P R E S B Y T E R IA N C H U M H .
By F. A. MITCHEL
Bill to Pay For Carrying Mail
Service» Sunday xt 11 » . id »mi
7:30 p. in.
Sund'iy School »t 1(1 » tu
Frank H . Adam s Paster
Near tbe City of Brother' v Love, i on
Devoted to the material and social
mouly called Philadelphia, there live«
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par
An efficient remedy for sick and nervous
M. E Church
during the Revolutionary war a Quak
ticularly and o f Coos County generally.
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance
Headache An excellent Laxative and a
Sunday school at to a. m
er merchant yclept Jonathun Sut
Preaching at 11 a m. and 8 p. m
phen. Mr. Hutpheu was a patriot and
remedy in all troubles arising from
Phone Main 354,
Prayer meeting Thursdays at
would gladly have fought the British
: : : : : : :
8 p m .
R o y L C l a r k , Pastor
who were trying to reduce the Ameri
I T W A S GOOD W O R K
F U L L L IN E A T
to the sect of noncombatants. He so W a s B elieved to Be Im p ra c tic a l— M a n y
Christian Science Society
The most consistent people act
frain from forbidding bis son to enlist
L e g is la tio n on S ubject of Im p ro v e ,
Service» at 11 a m in xt Sunday.
iometimes with apparent inconsist
in the American army, but his con
m en t— F o ur P rin c ip a l Problem s.
Subject lesson sermon “ Life ”
Tw o illustrations of this
science would not permit him to beui
Wednesday evening meeting 8:00.
Scarcely any public work is more
fact have been seen recently in Coos
When Geuerul Howe and his red permaueut in its character wheu once
The American people,
In the Circuit Court ol the State of the first publication of this summons is
M. L Church South
coats held i>ossession of Philadelphia undertaken than that of highway im
HOW TO MAKE A
Oregon for Coos County
the 3rd day of June, 1913.
and especilly in the West, believe
Services next Sunday as usual
on stated days he would send detach
provement When a road is once locat
All process ami papers in this pro
GRAVEL ROAD RIGHT. ments out into the country to protect
Sunday school at to. a m.
in free speech and a free press, yet
ed it is difficult to change Its location.
may he served upon the under
J. J. »Stanley,
the-farmers who desired to bring the it
Kpwoitb League at 6:45 p m
our communities have risen with
Wheu once a foundation has been laid
signed residing within the State of
produce into tbe city for market. Jon
You are invited to be present
S i m m o n s » o k P u b l i Oregon, at the address hereafter men
practical unanimity to expel from A G re a t Deal D epends on Choico of atban Sutpken was too patriotic to sell for a permanent highway the laying of
J. J. STAN LE Y,
c a t io n in F o n a
C. H. C l e a v e s , Pastor : Frank Burkhold-
P roper B in d er.
anything to u redcoat, and since it was a new foundation necessitates recon
the country, 6rst two I. W. W agi
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
c i, ose k k OF
1 er, J. E. Burton
the practice of the British commanders struction of the entire surface
a x L ie n
tators, and then the editor of an I.
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL.
It is therefore imnortant that before
to avoid doing anything to irritate the
W . W . sheet—masquerading as
Services first and third Sundays
larger than the faculty for building people against the king's authority entering upon a plan of national par
SU M M O N S
they gave orders that no one need sell ticipation in highway construction we of each
Socialist. And our people are right.
Sunday school | To Frank Burkholder, J. PL Burton and
What we want are good roads, not for
should adopt a definite and compre every Sunday at 10 a in.
Freedom does not mean anarchy. coasting purposes, but for the good of
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
Sutphen. on being asked to sell his
benslve plan based upon anticipation
In the Name of the State of Oregon:
There is a place to draw the line. tbe traveling public, says a writer in butter and eggs, would say:
You are h ra u lly wile 1. .
gon. in M d for the County of Coos
Gesina Massip, j
. . , i'
• n . * ■ \ ji
“ Friend. I do not desire to sell thee
N o matter what principles the I. the Iowa Homestead. We have had
to come, in order that we may be cer
1Jaintiff, t gurr in E quity kok
linquency numbered 21 , issued on tbe
W W . ptofess their practice is some experience lu gravel roads, and my products. I f thee take them with
tbe best ones are made In this way: out my consent thee have only to tain tbe mouey ex|»euded and the work
24th day of October, 1911. by tbe Tax E rnes’ Massip, |
simply and soley to make trouble.
done iu one year will co-ordinate with
Collector of the County of Coos, State
We locate tbe center of a well formed do so.“
Sunday school at 10 a m.
of Oregon, for the amount of Five and
Now. these words might be inter
They have no program except of roadbed; then four feet each way from
the expenditures and constructive
To Ernest Massip, the above name«!
Christian Fin.leaver a t 6 : 3 0 p. 111 42-100 Dollars, the same being tbe
de-truction. Their course in Coos center we open out a gravel bed eight uetiHl to mean, “ I. being a Quaker, work of the next year and for many
Prater meeting, Wednesday evi n amount then due and delinquent for defemiapt. In the name of the State of
j.nnot op|M»se you in combat; there years to come. Care iu plauuing a sys
taxes for the year 1909, together with Oregon, you are hereby notified that
county shows no real desire to bet feet wide and twelve or fifteen inches ro'.v you have only to take what you tem aud methods of procedure may ng of iaeh week at 7:30
interest and costs thereon upon you are required to appear and answer
You ate cordially inviud t<> at penalty,
.vcut." or there might lie a reply such save us millions of dollars of waste or
ter the condition of the working- deep, depending on the kind of soil
property assessed to you, ol the complaint filed against you in the
The roudbed Is filled with coarse grav is has been made to men demanding the bring vastly greater results thau would 'bese eerviois.
which you are tbe owner as appears of above entitled suit, in which Gesina
mau. They came here a year or
el mixed well with clay or earth and airreuder of a fort, “ I f you want it be attained under au ill considered aud
T. U. McDonald. Minime record, situated in said County and Mas.-ip is plaintiff and you aie defend
so ago with the avowed intention crude oil enough to make It a bed im •< me iii.d take it." The soldiers could
State, ami particularly bo nulled and ant« witnin six weeks from the date of
desir bed as follows, to-wit: Lots one, the first publication of this summons,
of organizing the workers in the pervious to moisture. This bed Is well not tell whh-h of these two interpreta
Iu the last postoffice appropriation
two, three, four, five, six, seven eight, within six weeks from the 17th day of
woods and mills and calling a strike. packed for all heavy freight. The sur tion to put upon the old man's word bill the house Inserted a provision, aft
nine and ten in block twenty-eight; June, 1913, the same being the date of
face bed upon this should be of finer ind I ad some curiosity in the matter
er the bill bad been reported from the
and lots one, two. five and thirty-six in the first publication of this summons,
A strike for what pur| o-e?
No gravel about eight or ten inches deep
Jonathan, having winked at his son committee aud while It was under dts
block twenty-three all in Portland addi und if you tail to appear and answer on
No showing has ever and from tbe center each way should entering the rebel army, was left with cussion ou the floor of the house, pro
tion to tbe town of Bandon according to or before the 29th day of July, 1913,
been made that the workers are not be from eight to ten feet, making a top his two daughters. They had been viding the classification of roads used B E G I N S its forty-fifth school year tbe plat thereof on file and of record in the same being the last day of the time
bed from sixteeu to twenty feet wide, brought up Quakeresses, but the non for the carrying of United States mails
the office of the County Clerk of sai l prescribed in the order of publication,
S eptem ber 19 . 1 9 13 .
well paid and well treated
When with the edges well wrapped up with combatant principle was not as solid in
judgment for *ant thereof will betaken
and for the payment by the govern
DEGREE C O U R SE S in many phasesof
You are further notified that said J. against you ami plaintiff will apply to
the strike was finally called it was earth. Theu the whole is rolled down them as it was in their father. One ment of an annual sum as rental in
A G R IC U LTU R E .
E N G INEERING .
J. Stanley lias paid taxes on said prem the Court tor the relief demanded in
E C O N O M IC S . M IN IN G . FO R E S T R Y . C O M
not preceded by any statement of to suit the form of a good roadbed day when a British sergeant and sev consideration of the fact that the gov
ises for prior or subsequent years with her complaint, a succinct statement 01
The oil bed beiug underneath, tbe sea eral privates asked the old man if he ernment uses these highways
MERCE. P H A R M A C Y .
which is as follows:
grievances or any demand on em sons will evaporate the oil and harden didn’t wish to sell his butter and eggs
1 That tbe marriage contract now
Such payments were to be either $15. t w o - y e a r C o u r s e s in a g f u c u l - f o l l o w s
ployers lor adjustment. The trouble the finer gravel sides of the road so as he received the reply, “ Those products $20 or $25 a mile, according to the
and Inn« •• ore existing etween plain
E c o n o m ic s .
M e c h a n ic
y e a r ’ s
tiff and «« ; ndu r be dissolved and hel*I
A R T S . F O R E S T R Y . CO M M ERCE. PH A R M A C Y
makers worked until they thought to make a fine driveway for coasting of the cow and the hen are the prop character of tfie road over which the
C E IP T NO.
P A ID
1 N T E B E S T
erty of my daughters.” The sergeant mails were transported
T E A C H E R ’S C O U R S E S i n m a n u a l
and light traffic.
1906 A p i i l C e r t i f i
they were strong enough to tie up
2. Tlu«r the plaintiff be allowed to
t r a in in g , a g r ic u ltu r e , d o m e s tic scien ce
Flint or llinestoue is the best. Mon then applied to Prudence, one of the
This provision was rejected by tbe
her maiden name, Gesina
the logging camps and the mills ey is being thrown away by the use of daughters, who said, “ No redcoat is senate for several reasons
a n d art.
1913 r e d e m p
I Ians* n.
and paralize the main industry ol
did not provide that the federal ap
3. That paintiff have judgment
No 374 $iy.3o 15 p e t .
in s tru m e n ts a n d v o ic e cu ltu re.
fact that wbeu it is rolled down and lng for it/’
against tbe dekmdant for her costa an I
the country, and then they called a
“ But supiM)se we take it. Surely you.
crushed Into form It is only a short
A B E A U TIFU L B O O K LE T e n t i t l e d
strike without themselves knowing time until tbe frost has it in such a Quakeress, would not resist us."
Service ot this summons is made by
“ T h e E n r ic h m e n t o f R u r a l L if e "
publication in pursuance of an order by
“ Surely thee os a soldier would not
a n d a C a t a l o g u e w ill be m a ile d free
what it was all about except to shape that it proves worthless. Never
A p ril
tbe Honorable L. T. Harris, Judge «»f
take from a woman what she would
o n a p p lic a tio n .
strike. They are as venomous as hammer or crush the sand rock. The deny thee."
the Circuit Court of tiie State of Oregon,
A d d r e s s H. M. T e n n a n t , Registrar,
better form can be made of sandstone
4.27 15 p e t .
for Second Judicial Diatr ct, Coos Coun
rattlesnakes and strike as blindly by getting tbe rock in good building
“ W e would take from any rebel
( t w 7-15 t o 9 9)
S a i d Frank B u r k h o h h ■r a s t it* o w n e r
ty, dated the 10th day o June, 1913
at any moving thing,
directing the. publication t reof in Phe
wet land, laying them iu mechanically what we need to sustain us In the
Coquille Herald, a newspaper printed
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
on the prsent state of society with
to make the eight foot roadbed and king's service.”
by local applications, as they cannot and each of the other peieuns alum* and published at Coquille, Coos County,
reach the diseased portion of the ear. named are hereby further notified that Oregon, once a week for a period of
out having formulated any definite covering with the oil. clay and shell
With that he went to the henhouse
There is only one way to cure deafness, J. J. Stanley will apply to tbe Circuit six consecutive weeks, commencing
plan for a substitute. They ate at Always put the oil bed underneath near by and began to look for eggs
and that is by constitutional remedies. Court of tbe Ooui.lv and State aforesai I
on the 17th day of June, 1913.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi
tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta lor a decree foi(-closing 1 he uen against
war not only with capital but with and In that way save all the fine parti he was passing the kitchen door when
JOHN F. H ALL,
cles to harden the roadbed.
chian Tube. When this tube Is inflamed the proper tv above «(escribed, and nien-
JAMES T. H ALL,
honest labor, for they try to teach
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect t oned in said ccitilicate. At.d \ou are
he received a douche of scalding wo
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
hearing, and when it Is entirely closed.
the laboring man to be a sneak thief
Deafness is the result, and unless the in
He was too badly burned to think of
flammation can be taken out and this sixty days after the first publication of
and to rob his employer in every
tube restored to its normal condition, this summons exclusive or the «lav of
A K i n g i n g Name.
anything except the pain be suffered,
will be destroyed forever; nine
“ Well." said the man with the round
possible way. They are at war not Office of P ub lic Roads B oosting H ig h but the men who were with him. see-
cases out o f ten are caused by Catarrh, said first, puh.i.ation, and defend tins
which is nothing but an inflamed condi
w ay W o rk .
face, “ m.v daughter has married a boy
iug what had been done, vowed they
only with society as it exists but
tion of the mucous surfaces.
shown tog. ti»er with costs aud ao rued who. I think, will be able to send Ids
It Is estimated by the office of public would duck the girl iu a poud on the
W e w ill g ive One ITnndred Dollars fo r any case oi
interest and in ca-e of your laiiure to name ringing down the corridors of
Deafness (caused by catarrh ith atcan n ot be cured b)
with every principle of honor and roads of the department of agriculture premises, giving her a cold bath to pay
B a il’s Catarrh Cure. Send fo r circulars free.
! do so, a decree will In- rendeieU foie-
F. J. CT1BNHY, A C O , Toledo. Ohio.
of good will .among men.
They that about 10 per cent of tbe roads iu her for the hot water she had given
1 closing the lien of said taxes ami costs time nil right "
Bold by Drugfrtsts, 75c.
" I ’m Kind to hear that.” his compan
against the land and premises above
talk about “ brotherhood’ ’ auj
T a l e B a ll'a F am ily f i l l s fo r constipation.
If 20 per cent of the public highways they w’ere endeavoring to drag her
ion replied “ Let's see Whom did she
“ peace” in the same breath with were improved, each highway being out when there appeared in tbe door
This summons is published by order mnrr.v?"
N e c k Ring s.
their preaching of hatred and the selected and improved with a view to way the towering form of the old
"A young fellow named Bell."—Lon
What tlu> women in the Shan bills of the Honorable John F. Hall, Judge
of the County Court of the state of don Telegraph.
most cowardly and ignoble warfare. the proportionate traffic upon it. a high Quaker, her father.
G O VERNM ENT H IG H W A Y IN CO NNECTICUT
Oregon, for the County of Coos, and
degree of efficiency In highway trans
“ Thou miscreants!" he said, raising
Beauty Is estimated from the extend said order was made and dated this
They are doing more harm to the portation would be reached
a huge walking staff he held in his propriatious should be expended In
27th day of May, 1913, and the date of
Have you paid the printer.
It is figured that millions of dollars hand. “ Thou minions of a tyrannical highway Improvements; second, it es
cause of honest labor today than
women wear tight rings of brass about
any other influence.
the neck, aud at the slightest relief
portntiou of crops, the wear and tear
Down came the staff on the back of government to pay to local communi
have lost patieuce with the I. W . W. on horses and vehicles and in the mini one of the men. Then it xvas raised ties compensation for the use of high from the strain another ring Is added.
The demonstrations seen here lately mizing of the waste in truck farming and fell again on the head of another. ways in conducting the rural free de Besides the rings around their necks,
they wear heavy rings on their legs.—
show an aroused and united public Where roads are bad tbe farmers fre They had left their muskets outside, livery service—a service that is eon New York Post.
quently find It impossible to get their intending to use both bands in drag ducted at a great loss to the govern
sentiment against which nothing products to the shipping points, and ging the girl to the pond, and were ment and for the special benefit of
can stand. It may be true that, in thus perishable products are wasted, consequently without weapons. Pru the communities served: third, it was
a sense, the action of our citizens perceptibly Increasing tbe cost of liv (lence’s sister. Mercy, seized a rolling the beginning of a system of com
pin and brought it down ou the skull pensation which had not been careful
was “ lawless" for it was not sane
In tbe five years preceding March. of one of the soldiers, who had stoop
ly considered, but which wheu once
tioned by any statute. So was the 1912, the office of public roads bad ed to avoid a bloxv from her father. adopted would certainly grow to im
early day vigilantes ol San Francis built 215 object lesson roads, in all The man, stunned, lay on the floor. mense proportions
about 300 miles of road fifteen feet Then the old man finished the other
Believing that the government should
co. Yet they did a good work that wide, and by expert advice aided In soldier with a blow of his staff ou the
not enter upon any policy of par
could not have been done so well the formulation of more than 650 mod stomach, and Prudence, seizing a ticipation in highway construction with
o 'l ë M
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by the forms of law. As a matter el country road systems, resulting in clothesline coiled on a nail driven into out first giving careful attention to
most tnstauces In beneficial reforms the wall, assisted her father and her every phase of the subject, the sen
„. av V Y'
of tact it is well that there is no law- It has also assisted twenty-six states In
sister to bind both the intruders.
ate rejected this provision and inserted
on the statute books by which these effecting equitable state aid plans Tbe
“ You old villain!" roared one of the a substitute, directing the appointment
thtee undesirable citizens could have
to the coming year ns promising better
for the study of the entire question
been deported from the county, for results than at any time In the history Quaker and wouldn’t fight."
"I have sinned In resisting thy im and the drafting of such legislation as
such a law would be made to work of the movement for Improved high portunities," replied the old man, “ but may meet the approval of the com
I huve been sorely tempted. I would mittee
uncounted abuses. But when the ways
have turned my other check to thee,
In legislating upon the subject o f
sentiment of any American com
but I could not see thee constitute thy national participation Iti road Improve
Notice to Creditors
munity is so aroused that its citizens
self a Judge in the case of my daugh
ment four different problems must be
Notice is hereby given that the under ■tor nor permit thee to smite her."
join without a dissenting voice in a
signed has been duly appointed as ad
The door was darkened, and a Brit
First.-To devise n plan that shall j
certain action there is little danger
mimstratrix of tbe estate of Tomas Ao. ish officer stood looking at his men insure no equitable distribution of the i
that any injustice will be done. It King, deceased. Now all persons hav liound and guarded by an old man and funds of the different sections of the j
is certain that only good has been ing claims against said estate are hereby two girls. He asked w l»it it meant and United States
Second. -T o determine whether the
notified to present them with the pro was told He directed them to unbind
accomplished in this case
the men, promising that they should money should be expended In the con
per vouchers within Hx mouths from
not be further annoyed.
struct Ion of main arteries for Inter
the date of this notice, duly verified as
“ I am obliged to report this case to state commerce or to be expended upon 1
W e are pleased to note that the
by law required, to me the undersigned headquarters." he said. “ Please give
local branch lines that will serve mere
Coos Bay Time has the good ju dge at the office of James T. Hall, 11 Eldor
me your names.’’
ly as feeders for mllroads.
ment to clip some of its press dis ado Bldg., Marshfield, Coos County,
“ My name Is Jonathon Sutphen."
And if you roll over and
Third - T o devise n plan of co-op- i
said the old man meekly.
patches from the Herald. In our is Oregon.
erntlon with the different states that
try “ just-one-more-nap,”
“ And yours?" to one o f the girls.
Margaret K Moody
will be acceptable to them and Insure
sue of July 1st we published our own
he’ ll repeat his call 30 sec
“ Y es, Madam, this fabric shows identically the
“ Prudence." The officer could not the cooperation of all with the federal
Administrix of the Estate of Thomas
condensation of an article in a Port
onds later and keep on call
same details and color as would be shown in broad day
A. King, deceased.
7 15 5t
“ And yours?” he said to the other
land paper, on a recent decision of
you’ re wide
Fourth —To throw round the nation
light. Y ou see I’m displayin r the goods under the clear
al funds such safeguard* as will In
the Oregon supreme court touching
Notice to Creditors
rays of this wonderful new General Electric Mazda
sure their proper expenditure and
the ownership ol tide lands.
Notice is hereby given that the under-
He hurst Into a laugh
Lamp. It’s really the equivalent of daylight, and that’s
guard against waste. Senator Bourne
“ Well. Mistress Prudence and Mis In Saturday Evening Boat.
appears word tor word in the Times signed has been duly apt>ointed as ad
why all up-to-date stores are using it. O f course there
H e’ s heavy, massive, handsome.
ministratrix de-bonis-non of the estate tress Mercy, all I have to say to you \
o f the 8th with a Portland date line
H e’ s got a great, big dial you can
are also other vital reasons, one of which is this: the G - E
of Samuel H. King, sometimes known is that you belle your names."
N o Good T h e re .
easily read in the dim morning
After the war the officer married Pru
M azda Lamp gives t w ic e the light of the ordinary car
as Hiram King, deceased. Now all per
The road drag will do nothing to
light, a sunny deep toned voice
sons having claims against said estate dence. admitting that it was the most Improve the highway so long ns It Me«
incandescent lamp— and c o s ts le s s to bum.’’
you’ 11 hear distinctly on your sle-p-
A Myrtle Point correaapoodent of are lierebv notified to present them Imprudent act of his life.
unused at tbe side of the road.
The invention of the Mazda Lamp has caused thous
with the proper vouchers within six
the Sentinel makes a good sugges
ands of people to have their houses and stores wired for
Th e Economic V ie w
tion that applications for widow's'
electric light. If you are not now using it, come in
"What good are y«m anyhow?*’ roared
"You remember that note I put In
Look a: him whenever you go by
duly verified as by law required, to me
for a moment to-day and let us p ro v e to you r entire
pensions should be thoroughly in-
the pocket of otie of the coats we ship the exasperated father.
the undersigned at the office of James
satisfaction that this wonderful new lamp has made
“ What good am I?" retorted the Ind.
vestiyated by the county court be- T. Hall, 11 Eldorado Bldg., Martdtfhdd ped out?" said the first seamstress.
electric light as cheap as it is convenient.
"Get an answer?" Inquired her ebum. 'Why. dad. I'm a consumer, and I’d
suvh pi unions are granted.
The Coos County, Oregon.
"Yes; got a letter today from the like to know what would become of
Margaret E. Moody
law provides that in ease the widow
man who bought the cost. He In the f irmer* if there weren't any con
Administratrix de-bonis-non of tbe closed a needle and requested me to > inner«. •*’
has other income the amount of
Estate of Samuel H. King, sometime* thread It. Raid the buttons were not
«1 »he o| | man went out Into the
such income mu t be deducted from |
known as Hirain King, deceased.
T h e J e w e le r
sewed ou very well."—Kansas City 1 ! “ ;! 1 r V ! : > wheat within an
I !i of I M'* II ;>er's Weekly
7 15 5t
TURNED DOWN BY SENATE.
DRUG S T O R E
A G R IC U L T U R A L
your call with
Big Ben, he’ ll call you
011 the dot at any time
C tK jL IL L K ,
OK K OOK
" k it *
You are Sure
of a Perfect Match
Coquille River Electric Co