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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1914)
ground l ist season. North Bend
has started the season by piaciice
| last Sunday and have a game ar
ranged with the Michie dredge nine
' for next Sunday.
North Bend is likely to be the
first to organize, for their enthusi
asm always bears results.
have over there, Catcher Thomas,
Ted Kissarn, Surbeck, D. Hull. P.
Sater and a number ol other e lig i
ble players They report several
unknowns also. The average rule
is that unknowns remain unknowns
although a few strangers made g >od
Marshfield has some material,
but not enough, it is thought, to
construct a team ’ Duke” Free
man was out with the Nortli Bend
players last Sunday and had a
work out; “ Speed Woods isiu town
and is available; C. B. Landers has
returned to the bay from Portland
and be will probably be in tile line
up this season. Mike Burke looks
confident this spring aud should
have a good season, for he is heav
ier than last year Roy Abbott
says he is in good trim and expects
to play first base better than he did
At Coquille they have their reg
ular team of last season, with a few
exceptions. Jim Collier will be
there and they will have the nu
cleus from which to build a first-
Tamp Osborne, who is a good all-
around player and who is now in
North Bend, has an idea he wants
to pla\ with Marshfield this year
and will probably land here.
Rumors come from Bandon the
larger percentage of new arrivals
are ball players and they are stock
ing up pretty heavily.
organizes and joins the league tire
rest of the county towns can look
for the usual pennant winning
Myrtle Point will play largely
home men no doubt, for the town
is small and they doh’t feel able to
support such a ream as Bandon aud
the Bay towns cau afford
The next thing in order, now the
season is upon us, is to call a meet
ing of the five towns and talk the
situation over before it is loo late
to commence The start this sea
son should not be later than Mav 20,
for interest lags later on and there
should be 16 games at least.
Planting Season is Here
BRIDliE SCHOOL FIRST AT TOP SUNDAY SEKVICES IN
C U PILLE C H IM E S
Reaches “Standard A” With
a Rating of Ninety-Six
I'UKM IIYTKIUAN CH U RCH .
Services Sunday at 11 a. 111 and
Bridge has the first “ A Standard” 7:30 p. m.
Suuday School at 111 a. m.
Grass Seeds---Alsike Clover, Alfalfa
school iu the county
How is that
Frank H. Adams, Pastor
for the most isolated town in the
Rye Grass and Timothy
county, the only one that is reached
M. L Church
by wagon road alone?
Sunday school at iu a. m
County School Superintendent
Preaching at 11 a m.and 7:30 p.m
Corn, Vetches, Beets, Carrots etc.
Baker spent four days at Bridge
Prayer meeting Thursdays at
last week, reaching there Tuesday 7:30 p m. C H. B r y a n , Paster.
Everything for the Dairyman
and coming away Friday. On his
Christian Science Society
arrival he graded tlie school accord
Corner Third uuJ Hall streets
ing to the new standardization
Services at 11 a m uext Sunday
system that has been explained in
subject leesou sermon, 1 R. ality”
the Herald, and found that it was Sunday School 10 a. IU.
entitled to a rating ot 85. This was
WedtUBtlay evening; in?e+ing S:90
high, considering that it was the
Drst test aud that the movement for
M. L Church South
Sunday school at to. i in.
standardization is new.
Preaching Sunday n a. m. and
Bridge peonle were not satisfied to
occupy a position just below the
Kpwotth League at 6:45 p in
He would take a job below the act
top; nothing is too good lor them
Prayer meeting Wed. 7:30 a m.
ual cost of production, for fear
so they got busy at once.
Protes-1 Ghoir practice Thurs. 7:30 a. m.
P U B L IS H E D E V E R Y T U E S D A Y
his unusual skill as a practical print
sor Baker pointed out some ways 1
A. T h o m a s , Pastor,
Entered as second clas» matter May er and his good ability as a solicitor
in which the school fell short in
8, 1905. at the post office at Coquille, he should have worked up a very
ST. JA M E S E P IS C O P A L .
minor matters, aud they went to it.
Oregon, underact of Congress ol March
profitable business. Instead of that,
Services first and third Sundays
8 , 1879.
They laid walks; They oiled the
he worked himself to death for sev
Sunday sc ool
floors; they fixed jackets around the every Sunday at 10 a. m.
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
eral years, demoralized the printing
stoves; they fixed other thiugs
business <d the t o n , a d gave all
You are hrsutily w >lo- a in*.
Devoted to the material and social
they worked with such effect that
upbuilding o f the Coquille Valley par possible profits uw-y to his custo
ticularly and of Cooa County generally. mers, who Would have been perfect
(THURCH OF CHRIST.
before he came away the superin
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance ly willinL' to pay living pries for
school at 10 a in.
their print! g. Instead of building
Christian Endeavor at (5:30 p. m.
Phone Main 354.
the school entitled to credits of 96,
up a permanent hu-uuess.lie worked
Prayer meeting at 7:30 p.m . each
himself out altogether ami it seems
placing it in the " A Standard”
A Portland paper carries a story that the shop will soon be only an
class, the first to reach that proud
Preaching at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30.
that indicates that L. J. Simpson is unsavory odor lingering iu the
again being urged to declare him memory.
Y* hi h i ft c 'r l i .l v i vi i d to nil
The school is in district No 77.
self a candidate for the Republican
There are two rooms, presided over these service.
nomination for Congress from this
T. n McDonald, Minister
by C E Mulkey as principal and
Such talk was strong
Irene Weekly as assistant.
The renewal of ti'k about locat
some years ago, and it should be ing the wreck of tho brother Jona
60 pupils are enrolled, of whom 20
Trio ranting« >»r th * A ¡»on? »lie
still stronger at this time. There than, a sidp wheel steamer which
are entered in the Club Contests. F • i t * » Mia-io", over Kodersou h Sec
seems to be a sentiment, all ovor went down of! the coast south of
The school has a Babcock milk tes ond Hand Store are hh foil* vvb :
the district favorable to the candi
ter in use, and that it had already Tues.I iy, Th urn lay and S iM i lay
dacy of a man from the coast section, called forth a communication from
reached a high standard of efficiency nights a* 8 o\ I -ek and Sunday
F. B. Ticbnor, who states that he
morning nt 11 oclocfc and S i.nluy
and it would be difficult to find a can give exact information as io the
was shown by the high rating given
man better fitted for the place than location of the treasure of $1,000,-
on the first test.
Mr. Simpson; certainly no one has 000 which was aboard the vessel,
It is evident that, besides being
been mentioned who can be at all from a manuscript handed down
good roads boosters, the Bridge peo
compared to him. He is still young,
ple are thoroughly alive in other
Tichuor. Mr. Tiehuor says: “The
is energetic and progressive, has a Brother Jonathan did not sink oil
respects, and they are to be con
very pleasant manner and address, the California coast but the bottom
gratulated on being the first ones
is a good talker, and is fitted to of the ship fell out on the Oregon
On last Thursday evening at the to reach the top in the matter of
mingle with men in the highest cir coast. The upper part of the vessel
of Miss Myrtle Lund, tire good schools.
cles at Washington, taking his place
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days. The plunging of the vessel, vouug women's Sewing Club was
at once as a man not to be ignored. bucking a strong north wind, drove delightfully.entertained. The time
So far as his work for his own home the contents of her freight through was spent in needlework and socia
bailiwick, for improvement of the her bottom and an eye wituess of bility. Delicious refreshments were
Again open under
two Coos county harbors etc , is the affair gave the information to served by the hostess, who was
District Attorney Lilj<qvist is in
concerned, he would accomplish
danger of getting his name up as a
the vessel when the accident took True.
more than any other man we can place.’ ’ It is greatly to be regret
Among those present were Mes- constitutional lawyer. He has just
Give us a call
send. He is not only well acquaint ted that this eye witness did not dames Jack Juza, F. B. Curry, Hal won another case before the Supreme
ed with our needs, but his own bus have a moving picture camera along. Pierce, Wilson, O O. Lund and F. Court on constitutional grounds, re
iness interests are in line with those Old Barney l’ompelly, who used to C. True; and the Misses Bessie Mor- ceiving word last week that the suit
of the whole community, and be hung around the Salem saloons and rey, Edna and Emily Harlocktr, of Andreas Anderson and Alfred
was reputed to be the only survivor Rose Walker, Ruth Woodford, Doro
has the brains and the force to do of the Brother Jonathan, would have thy Watson, Pearl Long, Margaret Brunell vs. the Smith-Powers Log
effective work. Nor would be be been much interested in a picture and Myrtle Lund.
ging Co., and others, had been de
handicapped for the lack of funds, showing just where the bottom of
The club meets every week, and cided in favor of his clients, Ander S Y N O P S IS O F T H E A N N U A L S T A T E M E N T
and his liberality in the matter of the vessel went to so suddenly. Mr. the next meeting will be held with son and Brunell
any public interest or enterprise is
This case was started in 1907 and
trouble to locate the vessel duriug
well known. A change is needed— the summer months, as the bed of
C om pany
has been fought by Mr. Liljeqvist
o f N e w a rk , in th e S ta te o f N e w J ersey, on
has been needed for a long time, the ocean is cement formation, and
through the County, Circuit, Dis the 31st d a y o f D ecem b er, 1913, m a d e to
the In su rn ace C o m m issio n er o f th e Estate
and it is to be hoped that Mr. Simp the safe would not be covered with
Dale, the ten-year-old son of Mr trict courts, back to a lower court o f O regon , puraant to la w :
sand.’’ He expresses a willingness and Mrs. Marcy, was kicked by a
son will consent to enter the race.
and at last to a final decision before T o ta l p rem iu m in In
c o m e ............ $ 23,936,471.87
to give information to any legiti burse last week, the blow struck him
In terest, d iv id e n d s an d ren ts
c e iv e d d u rin g th e y e a r . . .
mate concern, as be hasn’t time to on the face.
While he was badly the Supreme Court. It involved the In re
com e fro m o th e r sou rces r e
It is reported from Marshfield monkey with a mere million dollars.
hurt it is one of the conundrums constitutionality of the law under c e iv e d d u rin g th e y e a r ........
that the Gazoot print shop in that
how the boy missed having bis head which the County cou t was empow T o t a l in c o m e ............................$ 32,287,924.80
u rs o m e n ts .
town has changed hands and hns
kicked off The old saying must be ered to grant a franchise for a rail P a id fo r losses, »Is b en
d o w m en ts,
true that there are those who give road over a county load, and this a n n u ities a n d su rren d er
been absorbed by another printing
valu es ..........................................* 12,257,138.02
In the course of a talk on base special watch over children, for Dale law is declared unconstitutional by D iv id e n d s paid to p o lic y h ^ 'd -
concern. For the sake of the breth
ers d u rin g tlie y e a r ...............
m issions and s a la rie s pairt
ren who like to get a reasonable ball prospects for this season, the was able to be out again in a day or the Supreme Court, sustaining Mr. C om
d u r l i f i;te y e t
sporting editor of the Evening Re two.
Taxes, licen ses and fe e s p a le
price for their work, it is to be cord has this to say:
d u rin g ia
y m i .......................
Fred Baker is sick.
He went to Liljeqvist’s contention.
A m o u i't • ? a ll o th e r e x p e n d i
hoped lhat the report is true. Ever
It is said tlie race track grounds town to have a doctor tell him what
The circumstances of the case tu re • ........................................... 1. • -<».6 '9.78
since the shop was opened by C. S. are covered with from six inches to makes the pain.
were that the Smith-Powers compa T o t a l e x p e n d itu r e :.................... $ 21,078,408.58
Dodge, acme years ago, it has been ten inches of silt from the fill, and
Mrs. Minnrd is visiting her child ny wanted a tight of wav for a log M a rk et va lu e o f »o a l es ta te
o w n e d ......................................... $ 3,184,836.30
a thorn iu the side of the gentlemen also water from the daily flow of ren and friends down the river.
ging road over the lands of Ander M ark et va lu e o f s lo c k s and
the tide With such an outlook, it
bonds o w n e d ................................
of the craft who wished to conduct appears the securing of a suitable
Hailv Laird is back from Rose- son and others and acted under tlie Loan s on m o rtg a g e s a n d c o l
la te ra l
e t c .............
Mrs. law as it then stood. They first had P roII’ i II! ¡io c s m u puli' y
their business on business lines. place to play ball will be one of the burg where he wintered.
Dodge was a good printer but lack obstacles the Marshfield fans will Laird and the baby will get home a road of pnblis easement laid out Cash in banks and or» h a n d .. 1.433,131.91
N et u n c o lle c te d a n d d e fe rre d
prem iu m s ..................................
ed natural horse sense. This was have to contend with.
The first autOH of the season came across the land, to reach the timber O ther assets ( n e t ) ....................... 3,390,893.23
There are enough players iu the
shown at once, when he not only
and coal land lying behind; then T o t a l a s s e ts ............................... $106,142,244.11
Coos Bay country to Make up sev up the East Fork Suuday.
cut prices but cut them away below eral teams, and a number ot men
a d m itte d
Mr. Belloni went out over the obtained a franchise from the county T o O t a r l eg assets
the figure necessary to get the work. are here who were not on the Coos Bay wagon road with his young court for a railroad along this coun
n u b ilit ie s .
cattle, bound for Woodland, Cal.
ty road. The contention of Mr. Lil- N •l et ital r e s (I. e r v e ...................................
A ll o th e r lia b ilit ie s ..
Jjeqvist was that this was a subter
T o t a l lia b ilitie s e x c lu s iv e o f
cup; i l i e
fuge, and tlx ■ t the law under which
T o l d i vi .i c* i • f- c c e D e
c em b er 31. 1913......................073.088,083.00
| it could be doue was unconstitution
Ilusinens in O re g o n fo r th e Y ea r.
g th e
Our big Harmony Laboratories in Bos al for thf reason that it allowed the T o y t e a a l r risks w r itte n d r in
ton have caught up with their orders taking by subterfuge of private Gross p rem iu m s re c e iv e d d u r
in g th e y e a r .............................
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For County Clerk
D e m o c r a tic
V o te r s
Marshfield, Ore., Mar 17,1914 ’
I h ereb y
m y s e lf as a
A« a Republican, I hereby place
myself as candidate for nomination c a n d i d i t . f o r C o u n t y - f u d g e o f C o o s
at the primaries to be held May c o u n t y , O r e g o n , o n t h e D e m o c r a t i c
15th for the office of County Clerk t i c k e t f " r t h e c o m i n g p r i m a r y e l e c
If I am nominated and elected I t i o n . I f a v o r p e r m a n e n t h i g h w a y s
will during my term of office per a n d t h e d e v e l o p i n ' l i t o f t h e w o n d e r
form all the requirements and duties i n ' w e a l t h o f C o o s c o n t i c o n s i s t e n t
promptly, expeditiously, without w i t h e c o n o m i c a l a n d j u d i c i o u s e x
prejudice, and as economically as is p e n d i t u r e o f t h e t a x p a y e r s ’ m o n e y .
J J S t a n l e y .
consistent wi h good service.
C o q u ille , O r .g o n
lieving that I can save money for
the tax payer, and make some for
T r e s p a s s n o tic e s p r in t e d o n c lo t h
and w o rd ed
in k e t p i n g
w it h la w ,
"I want ycur vote,”
fo r s a le a t t h e H e r a l d ( ffio e .
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