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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (April 14, 1914)
W henever any scientists discover a new prepa
ration, which physicians prescribe, we immediately
have it in our drug store. Science is daily revealing
new remedies. W e keep right up to the minute in
W hen you need medicines or articles for your
toilet, come straight to us for them; what we sell you
will be the very highest quality obtainable.
Come to OUR Drug Store
Cre im at the City Bakery every day.
J. N. J acobson .
W. R. Haines, the Marshfield mu
sic dealer, was in town yesterday
Ice Cream at Folsom’s Confection
Under the new management of
Gage ¿ l Leach the Scenic is doing a
A chance for the little folks to get
a pair of shoes cheap $1.00 per pair
up to $ 2.50 ut Lyons Jk Jonos.
Dr. C. W. ENDICOTT
D en tist
Office over First National Bank
Phone Main 431
A. J. SHERWOOD
A ttornkv a t L aw
First National Bank Building
Room 8 2 -3 -4
L J. ULJEQI/IST
A tto r n ey a t L aw
First National Bank Building
A ttorn ey at L aw
ATTORNEr A N D
C o u nsellor at L aw
Office in Robinson Building
W. C. CHASE
A ttorn y at L aw
Office in Richmond-Barker Bldg
C. R. BARROW
Cream at the City Bakery every day.
J. N. J acobson .
Oliver Wilson, late of the Scenic,
was up to see his family Sunday,
beu.g now employed at Parkers
All warm weather drinks will be
found at Folsom's Confectionery.
J. B. Pointer lost a scow load of
coal from the Riverton mine last
Thursday, by the capsizing of the
scow in the river.
List your property with the Pa
cific Iienl Estate Co., M. M. Young,
R. A. Easton, of Dora, was in
town Saturday to meet Mrs. Easton,
who has just closed a successful
terra of school at West Norway.
SHINGLES FOR SALE — En
quire of Geo. T. MoultoD, Agent
for the Hammock Shingle Co.
Miss Susie Abell, wbo bus been
attending school at the Gravel Ford
Academy, returned to her home yes
terday, the school having closed
J. J. Stanley’s new law offices are
suite 15 in the First National Bank
building, the first door to the left
at the bead of the stairs, where he
will be pleased to meet his clients.
Home phone 633 , Farmers IG6.
Lee Goodmau returned Wednes
day from North Bend, where he un
derwent an operation at Mercy Hos
pital, and reports himself sb getting
Lyons A Jones are offering the
greatest bargains iD children’s shoes
ever offered in this city. You should
call early aod investigate for your
self before the sizes and styles are
F. C. Stone, a new-comer, has
bought an interest in the Pacific
| Real Estate Company and is now
associated with M. M. Young in
( that business.
A ttorn ey an d C ounsellor at L aw
Early Seed Potatoes
Office Phone 335
Residence Phone 346
J. J. STANLEY
It pays to plant early seed as they
are ready when potatoes are high
aDd yon get them harvested before
rbe rait'S. We have Earlv Rose and
Early Minnesota Seed Potatoes.
The blaze in the McDonald house,
now occupied by Joe Pope, caused a
fire alarm to be turned in Saturday
evening. Some of tho woodwork
uear a terra cotta flue had taken tire
but the bln e was extinguished by
Mr. Pope with a fire extinguisher,
and d o great damage was done.
J. J. Stanley feels pretty confi
dent of the Democratic nomination
for the county judgeship, as no
other aspirant has showp up, and
tomorrow ia the last elay for filing
petitions. And the “marrying jus
tice" is going to be a strong candi
date— don’t forget that.
It is expected that the mill will
start up tomorrow to saw lumber
for the local market. Under Re
ceiver Newton matters have been
arranged bo that lumber is now
bein^- sold from the yards and dry
house, and the local demand will be
taken care of.
Miss Ada Hanson, who has been
in the employ of the Herald for a
short time, went to Bandon this
morning, where she will take ship
for San Pedro on her way to the
borne of her parents near Los
Angeles. She was greatly pleased
with the Coquille and expects to re
turn later and that her parents will
also move here wheD they can dis
pose of their California property.
Try a Herald waat ad for any
thing you want to buy or sell.
A dd Dollars to Your Crops
Crt mi at the City Bakery every day.
J. N . J acobson .
C. S. Hall has received a new
Powt-ia machine f"r the Grand and
congratulatea hims-tf that hi- s"ul-
hirrowing experiences with the old
Edison are at an 8tnl.
Shoes— Shoes —Sin e-a - Boys and
Girl«’ Shoes now on sale at Ltous
T i n .
The city council mel umi clewed
the tag last Thursday tveuiug but
did io t go on rtcord with official
action, adjourning until tomorrow
Light, when several matters of im
portance will lie dispose*! of,
Don t g t “ crazy with the he.t”—
Go to Folsom'« Confectionery and
absorb a cooling drink.
So far us heard from, E 13 Cur-
tia, ol North Beu l, will bo the only
Progressive candidate before the
primaries, the county c imm'ssioner-
ship being his objective point.
We have secured the exclusive
selling rights of Lnlber Burbank’s
original needs for Coqunle
every $1.00 purchase we- will give
you a copy of “The Culture of
Flowers, Fruits and Vegetables’’
written by Luther Burbank himself.
Now that April 25 th has been set
us good roads day, when all uresup-
to turn out and work, it is suspected
that many aie praying that that day
may be too stormy for outdoor ex
50 cents and $ 1.00 will buy a good
pair of Boys or Girls’ Shoes ut Ly
ons A Jones.
J. N. Jacobson bad the misfor
tune to break some bottles and run
short of milk for bis customers Fri
day. It was a nice ruioy day, but
he suid the dairy inspecto was here
that day, so be made up the deficit
We are now reducing our boys und
girl«’ shoe stock. Our prices will
surprise you if you wfll only call at
Lyons & Jones store und see the
M. M. Young went over Saturday
to Marshfield, where, acting as a
special deputy, he organized a
branch of the Brotherhood of Rail
road Trainmen. The organization
starts with 18 charter members and
good prospects for success and use-
The ladies of the M. E- Church
will also have aprons on sale eiuriog
the chicken dinner ut Dr. Richmond's
on Saturday. April 11 th.
Springs and Mattresses, Dressers, Cupboards
and Household Articles too Num
erous to Mention
By planting seeds that briog re-
ults and reap dollars with the bar-
We carry only the very best
seeds that money can buy.
for seeds and you will be well
pie set next fall.
THE MODEL GROCERY.
6 Per Cent Loans
Obtainable to buy, build or im
- H. O. HNDERSON 8 prove
farm, ranch and citv property
Swift’s Premium Bacon,
Swift’s Premium Hams, Swift’s Silver Leaf Lard
A t All Grocers
J. E. NORTON
C O Q U ILLE . O R EG O N
or remove incumbrance therefrom;
Spec al Privileges and Reasonable
terms. For proposition address;
Finance Dept., 1527 Busch Bldg.,
RATES: One cent a word, each in
sertion. No charge less than 15 cents'
\\ ANTED—Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. No
children. Inquire at this office, tf
Wauled— A waitress and a dish
washer at the Tuttle House, tf
MacKintosh in Trouble
AN OPEN LETTER
Dotial-I MacKintosh, who tin«
In en in the real estate and insurance
biisii eas in Bindon, was brought to
this city yesterday under arrest on To the Voters of the First
a eh irpe id laieiuy by bailee pre-
ferud by an agent id ihe ioaulame
company for whom lie Im« been do
iug bu-iness. The agency was taken Roieburg, Oregon, March 10th, 1914
away from him by the special repie-
Hundreds of people living in ev
Hcntativ* of th>< company anil an
arc uuting was demanded, when it ery county in the Fiist Congress
claimed he w a s «bun about $140 ional District have never writieu.
MaeKiutonh claims that this was telegraphed or asked me to become
money that had been paid to him a candidate for Congress. However,
by ¡usurers but which waa nut due believiug in the principle that il a
to the the company for 15 day «after man wants anythiug the best way
March 4 tb, ami that he would turn to get it is to go out after it, aud
it o\er before that time. His exam not ta wait for it to come to him,
ination was to take place before and holding to the doctrine that un
Justice of the Peace Stanley. Mac- der our form cf government it is no
Kin'osb has becu doing a good busi. disgrace to seek an office at the
ness in Baudon and has many hands of the people, 7 therefore de
friends there who hope that the sire to say that after due considers
matter will be adjusted without lion and without any mental reser
vation or undue influence, have de
Later— MacKintosh waived ex cided to become a candidate tor
amination und furnished bail for Congress on the Republican ticket
hi? appearance before the grand at the comiug primary election.
Being a stranger to many of you,
jury In the meantime, it is under
stood that bis Bandon friends will at the risk of being called an egotist,
eudeavo' to adjust matters satisfac I am going to tell you something
about myself in order that you may
torily to all concerned.
be able to form ati opinion as to
whether I am as well qualified for
Raised a Check
the position as other candidates wbo
James Osborn, a seventeen year are seeking the office.
old boy was brought before Justice
Fiist, in order not to try to de
Stanley today on a charge of obtain ceive you, must say that I have as
ing money and goods by false pre many faults as the average man, and
tenses, having raised a check given when the campaign begins to warm
him by Andy Ita labaugh from three up the other fellows will tell you all
to thirty dollors. He waived exam about them. From first evidence I
ination and was remanded to the have learned that I first opened my
custody of the sheriff to await the eyes in a modest dwelling on a farm
action of the juvenile c eurt.He claims near Lawrertce, Douglas, County,
he will arrive at the age of eighteen Kansas, more than a halt century
this week so he may be taken before ago. My father died when I was
the grand jury next week.
lie eight years old,and I came to Oregon
cashed the check with one cf our with my mother in 1870, and set
local merchants, spending the rnoBt tled upon a homestead in the Ya-
of it for clothing and receiving quiua Bay country. Two years later
something over seven dollars in ray mother died, and I worked tor
ranchers and farmers until I was
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eighteen,going to the public schools
U . of O . Speaker Thursday during the wiuter months.
From 1876 to 1893, I worked in
Dr. Gilbert, professor of Political the logging camps, on the stock
Science at Oregon University, will range and at steamboating
deliver his lecture on “Democracy 1893 to 1898, was county clerk ot
anil Great Fortunes” at the court Lincoln County, during which time
house next Thursday evening at I studied law and was admitted to
eight o'clock. This lecture is under practice in 1897, since which time I
the auspices of the publio schools have been in active practice.
and will be free. The subject to be
Represented Polk and Liucoln
dealt with is one of special interest Counties in the Legislature three
in this day of great accumulations terms. Appointed Register of the
of wealth and Dr. Gilbert’s treat- United States Land Office at Rose-
ii ent of it is said to be masterly and bnrg by President Talt December
the citizena of the town are invited 18, 1909. serving four years
While a member of the legislature
in 1903, I introduced what was
known as the car shortage or demur
rage bill. It was defeated, aud in
R. A. Easton, of Dora, who was 1907 I again introduced it. and be
in the city Saturday, brought news ing a member of the Committee on
of a bunting accident at. McKinley, Railroads, got it incorporated in
whereby Mark Brown, aged about the Railroad Commission Bill,which
18 , a son of Alvin Brown of McKin became a law. At this same session
ley, Buffered a painful, though not I introduced and secured the pass
dangerous wound. It seems that age of a law providing for the Direc
he went hunting with Gordon Shep tors’ , Parent-Teachers’ meetings
ard. and the latter seeing something I also at the same session introduced
move, blazed away with his rifle, the Jones Free Lock Bill, which be
sending a bullet through the llesby came a law, appropriating $300,000,
part of Brown’s left forearm and contingent upon the government
tearing an ugly hole. The young appropriating a like sum, for the
man walked to the Hanson plnce purpose of building new, or pur
within half a mile of borne but was chasing the old locks at Oregon
unable to go farther until his injur City, and the operating of the same
ies were attended to. He has to free to the people by the Govern
The Government having
thank his lucky stars that it wasn’t ment.
worse, as such accidents seem to be failed to appropriate any money
for that purpose, at the 1909 ses
usually fatal in result.
sion I again introduced a bill con
tinuing the said appropriation ot
$300,000 for another two years,
Beulah Chapter No. 6, O. E. S. contingent upon the Government
Special coiumucation Tuesday even making a like appropriation to pur
ing, April 21
Initiation and a chase the locks. Since that time
the Government has appropriated
social time. Visiters welcome.
this sum and taken the locks over,
and navigation on the Willamette
river is now free to all.
At the 1907 session I introduced
The co partnership heretofore ex a resolution to provide for the
isting between Ohlbeiser A Edger- amending of the Constitution to al
ton. Electric House Wiring, has low women the right of suffrage
this day been disolved by mutual It passed the House, but ;eceived
consent. The business will be con only seven votes in the Senate.
ducted by Mr. Ohlbeiser at the old However, since that time the pro
stand opposite City Hall, and all gressive voters of Oregon have
outstanding accounts will be pay voted to allow our mothers, wvies,
able to him.
daughters and sisters the right ol
Dated April 9, 1914
equal suffrage, and another stake
O h l h k is k r & E ix ie r t o n .
has been set along the line of good
Sound Seeds, Clean & Strong
During the 1909 session I intro
duced a bill which became a law,
The kind that GROW OATS, repealing a former act of the Legis
VETCH, BEARDED OR BEARD lature granting to the Willamette
LESS BARLEY aDd all kindB of Valley and Coast Railroad Compa
small seeds at
ny all the tide and overflowed lands
THE MODEL GROCERY
on the Alsea, Siletz and Yoquina
Bays. At the same session I intro
duced a bill appropriating $100,000
I to pay the Indian War veterans'
claims, due for use and loss of
horses in the Indian wars of Oregon,
1 a debt contr cted by the Oregon
Territory and standing unpaid for
over fifty years This bill passed
There are some fine homesteads the House but was killed in the
Senate, but a similar bill became a
now open for settlement in Eastern law in the session of 1913.
In 1908. upon my own motion
G ood rich soil, some
and at my own cost, I commenced
timber, and does not require irriga suit against the Wells Fargo and
tion. Send $1 .5 0 for large map Pacific Express Companies of Ore
gon for a reduction ot express rates.
and full instructions and informa
Both these suits were decided in
tion by which you can locate your favor of the shippers, and a reduc
self on exceptionally good free tion of twenty per cent was made in
the Oregon rates.
homestead near small town and
During my term as Register of the
Land Office I woiked tor the revi
sion of the public land laws in the
Y o r k B. C o n w a y interest of the bona fide homestead
er who were seeking to settle the
Portland, O regon
wild lands of Oregon.
Three years a U. S. surveyor and and bad introduced into the Senate
and House of the United States a
P h o to b y A m e r ic a n P r e s s A ss o c ia tio n .
bill providing for an annual six
months leave of absence, for the
purpose of giving the homesteader
an opportunity to earn money with
which to live while improving his
homestead, and, to allow those who
had children of school age an op
portunity to send them to school.
This resulted in the five months
leave of absence law.
If elected I shall stand squarely
and fearlessly for legislation in the
interests ot all the people, for the
improvement of our rivers and har
bors, for the deepening of the Wil
lametle River that it may he navi
gable from Portland to Eugene at
all seasons of the year, for more and
better roads, for the amending of
aud enacting of out public laud laws
to conform to present conditions,
and for the surveying and classify
ing of the lands in our forest re
serves that the vast area of grazing
and agricultural lands may be
opened to settlement
It the government shall finally
win the suit now pending against
the Oregon and California Railroad
Company, I shall do all in my pow
er to keep these lands from being
placed in the forest reserves, aud
work to the end that the glazing
aud agricultural lands may be open
to settlement under the homestead
Having lived forty-three years in
Oregon, being acquainted with the
conditions in every county of the
district and with many of the peo
ple, having worked as lumberjack,
farmed the rich valley lands, run an
“ armstrang” mowing machine on
the fertile bottoms where the timothy
red top clover and tide grass grow
six leet high; having walked nearly
every mile ol the west line of seven
of our cornties that border and
stretch along the Pncific Ocean for
three hundred milts, from Clatsop
tc Curry, pulled stroke oar in a fish
ing boat on the moonlit waters of
the mighty Columbia when the
splash oftheSilverside and Chinook
was music to the ears of three thous
and fisbermeu; double reefed and
scudded before a booming sauth-
wester when the storm king was on
the whitecaps lit the way from Sand
Island to Astoria, worked as a deck
hand and captain on steam and
sailing vessels on our rivers and
bays, with this personal knowledge
of Oregon I believe that I can be of
some service to the state and the
people whom I seek to represent.
If I am elected, come and see me.
Being of modest means, I will not
be able to entertain you in the lat
est style, but you will be as welcome
as the flowers in springtime and if
I only have a tent on the Capitol
grounds, the latcbstring will be on
the outside, and there will be no
sign, "keep off the grass.”
B. F. J o n e s .
ATTENTION DAIRYM EN!
IF Y O U A R E IN NEED OF
a separator, boiler or engine, tester or
anything pretaining to dairying, or seeds
of any description, white or gray oats,
wheat, beardless or bearded barley, peas,
vetch, corn, early or late potatoes, red or
alsike clover, rye grass, garden seed or
any seeds tha grow in this country, or feed
for horses, cows, hogs or chickens or, gro
ceries call on us. For the last several
years we have been dealing heavily in these
comodities, and know just what we can
do. It will be to our mutual benefit if you
call on us before placing your order.
THE M ODEL G RO CERY
Agents for De Laval Dairy Supply Co.
HOT B R EAD
Ever Afternoon—Just Call for it
List Your Property W ith
Pacific Real Estate Co.
Farm Lands, Timber Lands, Residence and
Business Property. Houses for Rent
M . M . Young, Mgr., Coquille, Ore.