I The Coquille Herald PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY Entered an second class matter May 8, 19(VS. at the post office at Coquille, Oregon, underact of Congress of March 8, 1879. P. C. LEVAR, Lessee. Devoted to the material and social upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par ticularly and of Coos County generally. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance Phone Main 364. to the wondering world whut a devil of a fellow he is lint the Herald will express the ¡opinion that when West attempts to put Crawfoid and nearly the en- ; tire population of Coos county out ¡on a limb, be is barking up the wroug tree. Bill Poulor, the Greek who tried high finauce in the restaurant busi ness on the Bay, and who has been lu jail here for some time, was not indiotid by the grand jury. Having returned the money to bis eouutry- men whom be bad tried to defraud they.would not appeal against him. There ought to be some way to pre vent the use i f the criminal law to force disgorgement in cases like this, only to let the crimiual then go free. each sixteen feet wide The first estimate is for the high est class material, the cement, sand and gravel to be hauled from Dil lard a distance of 39 miles. For PKK8BYTEKIAN CHURCH. the entire work, grading and build Services Suuday at 11 a. ni and ing the road complete, the estimate 7:30 p. m. is: Suuday School at 10 a. m. Frank H. Adams, Pastor. For one mile $26.894.00 For two miles 53.788 00 The second estimate is for the M. L Church Sunday school at to a. m use ot local sand and gravel on part Preaching at 11 a m. and 8 p. m. of the work and a less proportion of Prayer meeting Thursdays at cement and is: 8 p. nr. C H. B r y a n , Pastor. For one mile $21,061.36 For two miles 42,122 72 Christian Science Society For the third estimate all local Corner Third and Hall streets. sand and gravel is to be used, aud Services at 11 a m next Sunday Subject lesson sermon, “Substance. ” other changes in requiremeuts: Wednesday evening mteting 8:00. For one mile $17,830 00 For two miles 35 660.00 L Church South For the planked road, with ten Services next Sunday as usual turnouts per mile, complete: Suuday school at 10. a m For one mile $6-958.73 Epworth League at 6:45 p m. You a r e invited to be present. For two mtles 13,917.46 C. H. C l e a v e s , Pastor. plant south of town two years aoo. SUNDAV SERVICES IN He now comes to re-oju n aud » | i r- the plant. He wid hovev COQUILLE CHUNCHES ate make some changes by discirdiug some of the machinery aud addiig other kinds. A. Auberry of Grant» Puss ie-| turnA1 Saturday to engage iu the fall fishing for tho R” guo Riv r Salmon Packer». He came down! tbe river in a skill bringing wiih him a boat load of tbe world fa-1 uious Rogue River Peaches, which sold on the local market for one dollar and fifty cents per box, almost as fast as they could be carried out of the boat. .Mr. Auberry is abort the only man ou the river that I iib no tear of tbe treacherous rapids of the upper Rogue and has made ma ny successful trips from Grants P s to the sea. CRAWFORD’S REPORT As was confidently expected by everv one who is acquainted with the sort of level head which orna ments the solid Bboul lers of Attor ney General Crawford, that gentle men’s report of the result of his in vostigations of the Coos county de portations practically exonerates In commenting on the Thaw case Notice o f Sale of State Land the people of the connty from the charge of wrong-doing, and clears the Port Orford Tribune calls Notice ia hereby tfiven th at the State Sheriff Gage of the accusation of Thaw’s act in killing Staudlord Land Hoard of the State of Oregon n il* White “ the one redeeming act that receive sealed bids until 10:00 o’clc ok , a wilful neglect of duty. It also ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL. a. in. October 7, 1913, for the following | shows that A1 Powers, far from be shines out of a checkered career,” Services first and third Sundays described lands, to-w it:- While a party of Marshfield peo S ><2 of 8 \V »4 and S \\ >4 of S L ^ \ ing the “king pin” in the proceed and adds: “ Men by the score have of each month. Sunday school and The SWI ple were enjoying themselves wading 4 of N Eb' of Section 30, T. 228 I every Sunday at 10 a. m. ings, took no part in the deporta been acquitted by the unwritten K. 12W in the surf at Baodon last week, law of killings less justifiable than The NWW of Section 16, T. 28 S. R You are hraitlly w >lc »< . tions 3 W. The Mrs. Tom H»R bad a narrow escape Touching the cause of the depor that ot Standford White.” The M o, N«2 of SW»4 of SY\ V4 from being carried out to sea by an CHURCH O F CHRIST. and N E ^ of SEW of Section 36, T. tations, Mr. Crawford says: "The Tribune is right. White got only Bible school at 10 a m. 30 S R. 11 W. unusually large wave which rolled difficulty arose over the assembling a part of what was coming to him, The S >2 and S 1., of NEW of Sect'on Christian Endeavor at 7:00 p. in. in without warniug. The lady was of the I. W. W in Coos county last and while Thaw’s character may Prayer meeting at 8 p. m. each 36, T. 38 S. R. 2 W. carried off her feet, but fortunately All bids m ust he accompanied by a Wednesday. year, and a series of accidents in be everything that is reprehensible, regularly execute«! application to p ir- a gentleman of the party was near Preaching at 11:00 a. m and 8 chase and check or draft for at least the loggings camps and mills, which he did a good job that time. It ret one fifth of the am ount of the bid. enough to seize ami bold her until p. m. were attributed to them,” continues ribution of that kind were surer it The right to reject any i r all bids is You are cordially invited to nil reserved. the wave receded. In the meantime would tend to stop the devilish the report. “These accidents con these services. Applications and bids t-hould be ad Tom himself who was seated well sisted of spikes being driven into work of such smooth scoundrels as T. B. McDonald. Minister dressed to G. G. Brown, Clerk St ite back on a drift log but saw that the Land Board, Salem, Oregon,and marked logs, resulting in the ruination of Stanford White water was going to reach him, at “ Application and bid to purchase state buwb in the mills, the endangering lands." Have you paid the printer. tempted to scramble over the log So far the Herald has watched in G. G. Brown, of life; and in the rails of logging but was thrown back by a lady who Clerk State Land Board. roads being oiled, causing logging iu vain among its exchanges for ed Dated August 1, 1913. was a better scrambler than be wbh itorial comment on (he action of the trains to run away and thereby en 8-5-8t anil was clawing everything in reach dangering l.fe. This is but a sam OregonPower Company in volun aud be landed on bis back on the Steve Minard recently received ple of the accidents which occurred tarily reducing its rates over quite sand just as tb$ wave got there. It a Jersey bull uiue months old, from a large section of the state. Had FIFTY SECOND ANNUAL during the year. These, together is seldom that one of these extreme Brown, a breeder of Jerseys at with the doctrines preached by the the change been to higher rates, the FAIR ly laige waves comes alrng with Sbedds, Oregon, which coHt him I. W. W. orators caused a feeling press would undoubtedly have had 1171.42 landed at Coquille. Steve the small ones, but when they do of fear and uurest among the peo a lot to say, for the air of every ed itorial room is charged with ideas they are a souice of great danger to knows just bow much milk and but ple.” the inexperienced. Several people ter fat that line of Jeisey-s has b.en This is the exact truth of the on the general cussidness of the have lost their lives on Coos county turning out and be is expecting grasping corporation But when a A Whole Week of Pleasure matter, and the attorney general beaches in that way, and all visitors future cows in his herd to do as public service corporation makes a and Profit continues with equal truth: “ These to the beach should keep a lookout well. break like that, it has a tendecy to were the causes that led up to de when disporting themselves iu the Chas. Heller commenced thrash portation of the I. W. \V. Dr shock the editorial brain into a surf. state of torpor, though those who ing on the East Fork Monday 1st Leach published a pamphlet called -- - •-«•»«--------- inst. The oat crop is turning out $ •Justice,’ and his deportation follow are familiar with the prinritr lpeo which the C M. Byllesby Co. do reasonably fair, four acres on Mr. ed because of his advocacy of I. W Offered in Premiums on Agricultural, Frederick’s place gave 211 bushels IV. doctrines and bis attack on mill business need not be so hopelessly- Livestock, Poultry, Textile and Mrs. Cbas. Adams and Mrs. L. Mrs. Clara Bunch sold her place owners and merchants. Deporta paralyzed. Other Exhibits. G. Johnson went to Bandon Friday to Mr. Fredericks aud ga>e posses tion was resorted to because of fear to attend the “ Natal Day’’ reunion sion Sept. 1st. on the part of the people of the I. of the Eastern Star. W. W., and because attorneys bad Mr. Forester. Mrs. Forester and County Clerk Watson issued the fol Horse Races, !Sb< i, ng Tournament Mrs.G.O.Lowe is receiving a visit advised that there was no law cov lowing marriage licenses during the the Misses Forester of Bandon are Fireworks, Band Concert, Eugenics from her moiber, Mrs. Grossbeak, week: ering the situation.” visiting their relatives, the Court- Exposition, Child in ’s Playground George K. McIntosh and Clara late of Riverside, Cal. and her wrights. Of course this kind of a report is ami other Free A .raclions, iuclml M. Parks. nephew Mr Cronan of Okla. They not what the governor was looking Mr. Heller says S. K. Hatcher ing Boyd and Ogle’s One Ring Isaac M. Nichol and Allie Hunt- came in Thursday, via auto stage for. He has apparently made up of Fairview has the biggest crop Circus. Free Camp Grounds. You sucker. from Roseburg. The old lady, about hie mind that certain citizens of per acre so far this fall,4 37 bushels arc Invited. 75, said she enjoyed most of the Coos county ought to be prosecuted, from 5 acres, about 4 acres oats, trip very much. She was so busy and while he sent the attorney gen The occurrence of two bold, if looking at the scenery that she did the balance wheat. eral here ostensibly to investigate small, burglaries in town lately not find it at all rough riding. Send for Premium List and Entry the facts, it seems evident that he has made some people wonder if it CURRY COUNTY CULLINGS There is one that did not kick at Blauks. Reduced rates ou all really sent his legal representative will be necessary to put on another (From the Port Orford Tribune) the road anyway. railroads. For particulars here to prosecute somebody,whether night watchman. One gentleman Address Albert Barlrlow’s baby, a year old. Fishing season for salmon opened or no. It is the opinion of many who hunted the streets one night re who profess to kuow what they are cently for an officer to take charge woo has been sick for some time) on Rogue river yesterdar and the talking about that the governor is of a drunken husky who had invad died on Thursday and was buried fishermen are reported to be making Salem, Oregon. good catcbsB. after Sheriff Gage’s scalp, and no ed his premises, and who unsuccess Wednesday. On Wednesday Harvey Barklow's report from anybody that does not fully extended bis search as far as Isum Walker, the veteran stock- show that officer to have been deri- the city hall, expresses the opinion infant son was called home, and was man from Eureka who has' driven buried on Thursday. lect in duty will be satisfactory to more cattle and sheep out of Curry that there is room for impr vement Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bryant bad county than any other one mar), was West. It is the opinion of the Her somewhere. a son added to their family on the in the nothern end of the county ald that the barn has not yet been erected on the side of which the 1st. during the past week. Mr. Walker sheriff’s hide will be tacked. Sixteen of the lady friends of Mrs. has been purchasing mutton sheep, Our worthy governor is “ all Joseph Nay, one of the oldest David McNair gave her a birthday a baod of which be will drive south right” in more ways than one, and pioneers of C>-rry county, having surprise party on the 3rd. A very- in the near future. when he gete off on the right foot settled near Port Orford in 1957, enjoyable afternoon was spent. Rev. R. C. Young and wife, who he would accomplish lots of good— lied Sundav morning at the home Mr. and Mrs.Jas Brockman of the have been located at Port Oford for if he would only stay with any one of his nephew, Marshal Nay, in East Fork was in town Thursday the past two years, started for Port proposition till ho carried it to a con Marshfield. He was 82 yeras of age dispite the rain. land by yesterday’s stage. They will clusion. Now he proposes to have and had been failing rapidly for the Mrs. Daisy Short and daughter not return to this place as Mr Young a special prosecutor come down here past six months and bis death was Annie returned last Saturday, via has been promised the charge of a and prosecute somebody, “and he not unexpected. Mr. Nay was well Roseburg, from a visit with her church in the Willamette Valley. intends to make the probe wide known by all the old settlers of Coos sister Mrs. Harvey Dickey, near The young couple leave many friends enough to take in everybody invol as well as Curry county, as he often in this place who will miss them. Parterville, California. ved.’’ He is certniuly laying out a visited this section, especially at Mrs. M. Lee iB receiving a visit Another Methodist minister will be big job for somebody, and if he car fair and racing times. He was a sent in the near future to take ries out his threat it will mean end noted lover of horses and usually from her sister, Mrs. J. Hall and charge of this field. • I daughter, from Eureka, California. less trouble and expense, to the had a string of racers. His love for Many of those who attended court Observer considerable profit of his salaried the equine species, however,was not at Gold Beach last week spent their man, but to the loss and unnoyance altogether of the utdariau kind. He leisure hours in trolling for salmon of everybody else. loved bis horse ss pets and com Th© read ers of th is p ap er will be and some gook ca'ches were ma le. ! to learn th a t th ere is a t least ono While the governor launches his panions aud was a trainer of no S leased readed disease th a t science has been Mr. Warm, the expert who i» go able to cure In all Its stap es, and th a t is wrath against the I W. W. who mean ability. He was a liberal aud C atarrh . H all's C ata rrh C ure is the only cure now know n to th e m edical ing over the county books, still has were responsible for the deprtda- wholesotiled man of the old school, positive fratern ity . C ata rrh being a constitutional I tions committed in the way of driv a New Englander by birth, and was disease, req u ires a con stitu tio nal trea t- ; severrl weeks work ahead of him.! m ent. H a ll’s C ata rrh C ure is taken in well liked by »11. ternally, actin g directly upon th e blood | He has found many tangles caused ing spikes into logs, greasing rail and m ucous su rfaces of th e system , th ere throu gh incompetency, and he has by destroying th e foundation of the dis road track« and other murderous ease. and giving the p atie n t stren g th by also discovered enough errors,inten building up the constitution and assisting ; oulragis, any sensible man knows Ben stands 7 inches tall— n atu re in doing its w ork. T he proprietors tional or otherwise, in favor of the He’ Big s heavy, massive, handsome. so m uch faith In Its curative pow- I how much chance there is of bring The estimates given below were have ers th a t th ey offer One H undred D ollars He’ s got a great, big dial you can , ing these criminals to ju»lice. The made by the county engineer of for any ease th a t it fails to cure. Send county to more than pay for the fo r list of testim onials. easily read in the dim morning work he is doing, rial object of the law s vengeance Douglas county as the cost of Ad.lres» F J. CHENKY A CO., Toledo, Ohio. light, a sunny deep toned voice Bold by all D ruggists, 75e. are the citizens who to h s anil put nn improving two miles of the Rose- Take H all's Family Tills for constipation. you’ ll hear distinctly on your sleep (Gold Beach Globe) eDd to tbe unbearable conditions burg-Myitle Point road two mile iest mornings. which prevailed in the industrial east from the Coos county liue. In one haul at the mouth of the I’ ve placed him in the window P O L K ’ S« field of this section, not forgetting Look at him whenever vou go by river late last evening the seine The width of roadway in each OREGON and W ASHINGTON our official with tho handsome instance is to be sixteen feet, and caught between twontyfive hundred whiskers, Pronecution of these the concrete pavement is to be nine n Business Directory and three thousand salmon. A Directory of each City, Town and people must be inaugurated, feet wide and six inches thick If W H Williamson was joined by Village, giving descriptive sketch of wl ether there is aebanoe of convict the road is planked the grade is to each place, location, population, tele his family here Saturday, who come graph, shipping and banking point; ing them or not, and the state and be sixteen feet wide and the plank to spend the winter. It will be re also Classified Directory, compiled by The Jeweler business and profession, conniy must bear considerable ex ing nine feet wide and three inches membered that Mr. Williamson and pense, iu order that Os. muy show thick, with ten turnouts per mile, associates built this black sand C O Q U I L .L .K , O R K C iO I * M. Narrow Escape East Fork Items Myrtle Point Pointers Licenses to Wed Room for Improvement Death of Joe Nay $100 Reward, $100 Estimating Road Cost ( H. I . POI.K * CO., 8RATTL1 School Supplies School opens September 15th, and we are prepared with a full line of School Books and Supplies. Best values in Pen and Pencil Tablet*, Spelling Tab lets, School Set* and everything needed by the Pupil. KNOW LTOIN'S DRUG S T O R E IOR ALL SOWING Vetches, Alfalfa, Clover, Grains and Grasses We offer our new crop of “ Diamond Quality** I SELECTED, RE-CLEANED FARM A FIELD SEED at Lowest Market l'rieet. S/JOClal M ixtu ro s fo r Spoolal Purpoaos I Cover Crops fo r Orchards—Dry Land Pasture Mixtures w r r LAND PASTURE—SPECIAL MIXTURES FOR BURNED-OVER LAND MIXTURES FOR PERMANENT HAY CROPS AND PASTURES charge of a »kiUtnTTnaIy..t and all “ "pJomonT” seeds are TESTED for PU R ITY and GERMINATION. Oux* S ^ T u L o ra to r y i. in Quality WRITE N O TODAY FOR SAMPLES T E TH E IR PU R IT Y A N D W E IG H T O r trend In y o u r o r d e r d ir e c t. W o g u a r mntem fu ll v a lu e 1 for tho money sent and w ill give your inquiries our prom pt and carejul attention, Auk tmr Catalogue No, 230 ^^nB TI - 6 Portland Seed Co. PORTLAND, OREGON Business Man on Advertising Following is from a splendid paper on advertising which was read at a luncheon and meeting of the Com OREGON STATE mercial club at Atlantic, la., by F. M. Nebe, a prominent Atlantic shoe merchant: Salem, Sept. 29--Oct. 4, 1913 I can remember the first ad. I ever wrote. It was for father. I said, “It seems to me as if we could do lots more business if we would advertise.” He said: “Yes, I think so, too, but I can never write ads. If you want to, give the newspaper man a small one.” He dic tated; I wrote it: “Martin Nebe dealer in boots and shoes, 30,000 South Side Square.” We did more business; he thought that paid. So I began to write ads. that were different, ads. that would attract the people’s attention, and there never was a year that our advertising did not pay. We must divide advertising into two distinct classes— direct and cumulative. Direct advertising is advertising where you expect and usually get direct results if the ad. is well worded and properly displayed. Cumulative ad vertising is the kind of advertising that is built up day by day, week by week, month by month, year by year. Ev erlastingly keeping at it is what makes this kind of adver tising pay, and many times you will hear from an ad. that you have probably forgotten about. For all kinds of advertising—i, e., for all lines of business and at all times—the newspaper ranks first. There is no medium that reaches as many people and brings as good results for the money expended as do the Only a few years ago there were many FRANK MEREDITH, Sec. newspapers. families who subscribed for no paper; today there is prob ably not a single family in the community that does not take several papers, and I think I would be safe in saying that every one takes a daily. I said that all kinds of advertising pays, but not all copy that is run in a news paper pays—not because the newspaper is at fault, but because the copy is wrong and because the copy is some times never changed for months at a time. If the ad. says nothing and does not attract the reader’s attention the money nad as well be thrown in the gutter as far as results are concerned. There are still a few merchants who say “It does not pay to advertise,” but I am glad to say that they are rapidly disappearing fiom the ranks of Ihe mercantile world. I am sure that if it were possible to take these non believers and have them take some of the ads. that they say did not pay them we would find that they got no re sults, not because advertising does not pay, but because Leave the ad. had no story to tell and was in a sense not an ad. yo u r call w ith I am sure it would mean another recruit added to the thousands Big Ben, he’ll call you vertising. of merchants who have made a success of ad on the aot at any time One thing should be remembered when writing ads. you say. and that is this the day of sensational advertising is* And if you roll over and passing and the day of educational advertising is at hand. try “just-one-more-nap," Truth is today a principal of efficiency in advertising. he’ll repeat his call 30 sec People no longer believe these great stories of goods hav onds later and keep on call ing loeen shipwrecked or were in a railroad wreck or that ing until you’re wide the clothing stock just shipped into town had been mir aculously saved from a great fire and was now going to awake. be given to the dear public—i. e., almost given away. Today there must be a reason for doing what you say you are going to do. Not long ago thirty-four of the best advertising ex perts in the United States met as a committee to talk over the advertising proposition as it is today and to see if they could not discover what change they could make in writ ing their ads. in order to get better results, having agreed that the time had come when there would have to be a W. H. different standard for advertising. It was decided that the thing to do was to write truthful advertising, adver tising that would not be misleading, but that would have SCHROEDER an interesting story to tell about the goods for sale. Already six of the leading states have passed laws against fraudulent advertising.