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why, because he has. in the years high rale of atxation should be laid
he has served, draw n his s a l a r y — at lbe d o o r c f the Watsons, as in-
and com puting salary by years, it lerred in your article. T h e office
has amounted to a certain sura, they have been administering has
should it he insinuated that he. or nothing whatever to do wi*h the
any member of his family have been levying of taxes, and as the taxes
| " g r a f ti n g ” off the cotm ’y? I call seem only to be adequate to meet
such campaigning unfair and un- the needs of the C ounty bu -.intss,
Iju st I 'm for the roost efficient man how has any coming official any as
for any public place, and thin k mer- surance that he can lower the rate
i: should lie rewarded, ati l -hi i!d of taxation? This country is new —
the government nf this U nited many improvements needed all the
! States, states, counties and all the time, and if we are to grow we will
way down, reward merit with the need still more, so it impresses me
Ami have the shoes. Now it’« up to you if you want to save money
in buying ihms for yourm If or family for sprint;, summer or winter.
good sense and ju d g m e n t that big th at any one promising to lower
VVe have hoes of every description and it will pay anyone to buy
Unscented, Crated, a
corporations use in placing at the our rate of taxation has ta ken on a
shoe* eno ifh for u ycur or longer because never a^aitr will you have
ind and refreshing to
necessity for the nur
opporlunity to buy shoes such as our atock consist* of at such
: head of their various departments, very large order.
ridicously low prices.
men who have earned the place by
As to using the name ol Watson in
their knowledge of the work, there this article— I onlv use it as 'tis the Copyright. 1913 , by ihe D obbt- M errill Com; any
would be much more competently name of the one attacked.
That's wi itour stock consist of; over 3,500 pairs of fine sh oes—no
¡m anaged business -less useless e x other name may he substituted and
old stock ut .«hoes that were bought within the laat year and over
$1600 woi h of new sprint; style» ju«t received do you realize what
penditure in administration ot of my opinion or objecti .n stand just
J e n n ie B ric e a n d h e r h u n b a n d , L w l ey.
an opportunity you have to get stocked up on shoes for a year or more?
q u a r r e l. S h e d is a p p e a r « fr o m M rs. ’It-
fice to wail about at campaign time, the same.
m a n 's b o a r d in g b o u s e d u r in g a P ltts b i . g h
--------------------------------------------------- and some incentive to a man to do
"A WOMAN V O TER ”
the machine; he knowa no politics I his best. But when a man goes on Coquille, Apr 28 .
Mrs. Pitman telle Holcombe, an am
And cnmi while we have all the different styles. It wont take long
ateur detective, that rfhe believe» I ad
b u t those of fifty years ago; he c m a i°b under the present slate of po
for these -hoes to go. and the first come the first served. We can
1 ley has killed Jennie Brice.
fit you now hut we eun’t say that later on.
Bancroft Item s
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY be depended upon to do ae the litical policy, he has to " p u ll wires”
H o lc o m b e fin d s in c r im in a tin g ev ld t n ee
In L a d le y ’» room . A n o n y x c lo c k Is n iss-
Enteret! HH second darts matter Msy ' higher epa" tell him to do. I t will to get file place, pull wires to keep
ln g . M rs. P itm a n 's k n ife h a s b een s to le n
F. J Fish is having a roomy porch, a n d b ro k e n
H, Itm,. a t the post oilin' at ( ouiiille, |,f) DO(e(| th at th e o ld -lin e rs are all it, and then c a n ’t take a wholesome
Oregon, tinder act id Uongresaof Marco
Whether \ ou buy or not we are proud of these shoes and feel pleased
a n r e c a lls t h a t H o w e ll, a fe
for him for th at very reaaon. But interest in it for if he is competent, I antry and bedroom added to his p o M r te rs. r , P w itm
to show them to anyone, whether they buv or not, and every custo-
a s w ith J e n n ie B ric e n n d L ao ley
imer buying a pair of shoes during this sale will not only go away sat-
why any modern, wideawake citizen efficient and able to support his residence. W. A. Fish ia the ear- s h o r tly b e fo re J e n n ie d is a p p e a re d .
P. <!. LEVAR, Lessee.
afied hut highly pleased. If not, we are here to make good, and
of this part of Hie «tate alimi Id sup family in comfort some one gets pender.
those who think they are dissatisfied are welcome to return the shoes
Devoted to the material and aocial port him paaHCH iinderatan ling We His eye on the place and -presto—
Gene Shield« late of Eden Valley
and get their money back.
C H A P T E R V.
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par
B. REYNOLDS did not come
ticularly nod of Coos County generally. hear much of the cry tlint, we want tis gone. K now ing this when he country has bou ght a part nf the
borne to dinner ut all. The
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance ‘a coast man," ami there ia g <od goes into office he surely cannot do Charley Warner ranch on M u t l e
water had got into the base
To fit sho' S and satisfy customers, will be at your service. We have
eerine behind it. Fortunately, Mr.
ment at the store, he tele
Phone Main 1184.
engaged the services of Mr. Paul Skeels during this sale so that
phoned, one of the Hood gate» ii» a everyone . ¡siting our store will feel that there is a man handling the
Hawley’s opponent is a “coast man," affiliation vs. merit,political affilia
D r Deep got hi« buggy stuck in
goods who knows every shoe in stock and knows the business from
I t hardly seems necessary to r e th o u g h he spent some years íd the
Ihe mud last Friday and had to get
A to Z.
moving some of the departments to an
mind Coos County R epublicans to
help to go through the My 1 tie b o t upper floor. 1 had expected to have
him in the house that evening, and
roll u p a good vote for A. M. Craw for years on the coast north of here, no doubt you have guessed ere this, tom. .
now I was left alone again.
ford at th e primaries, Mr. Crawford and ia well acquainted with the and have mentally condemned my
Good roads ia a continued story
But. ns it happened, I was not alone.
was for years a Coos county mnn. needa of the coast. If there are any boldness in daring to question the in thin county. Hero is how it was Mr. Graves, one of the city detectives,
ami ho ia well known here
Hia I objections to him they have not "pow ers th at h e " (m eaning men observed on Myrtle creek Saturday, came ut half past 0 and went carefully
over the Dudleys’ room. 1 showed him
laat visit wan within a year when he been divulged to the Herald. It and politics ) Because we women vlay 2 nd Tin- women p rep ared
Sue« ¿»for to S ke e ls & Son
G eneral M erchandise
the towel and the »Upper and the bro
was sent down by Went to find th at looka to ua like a good place to side have sat quietly by, w atching the picnirTdinner nnd gave the men such ken knife and where we had found tile
Coquille, O regon t .
game and keeping still all these
a lot of Coos county's good citizens j track Mr Hawley,
substantial cheer th a t they made a knife blade. He was very noucommit
woro a bunch of felons Ilia refuaal
— ■ ■
good start on the g rade where the articles with him in a newspaper.
pos m entis," sometimes the one on
to rep o rt anything but facta stands
M. W. A. Entertain
slide last winter was such a bin
At 7 the doorbell rang. 1 went
the outside can see the position of
to bis cred it and should n o t be for )
drnnee to travel. There were 22 down as far as 1 could on the staircase,
g otten by our citizen«.
T h e friends of the Modern Wood- the enemy better th an the one in men, six teams and enough women and 1 saw a boat outside the door,
with the boatman and a woman in it.
filled the office of attorney general " ,en gathered at the hall last Satur- the fray. So I, not" n aspirant for and children to bring the number 1 called to them to bring the boat back
with cred it and without fear or | ‘>aY evening and were entertained office, felt that an injustice was be of feaster« up to 47. There was along the hull, aud 1 hud u queer feel
ing that it might he Mrs. Ladley and
G am es and ing circulated about an officer who
favor. He haa the ability,the brains, with a play social
enough provision for twice that that I’d been making u fool of myself
the courage and the «mind common musical numbers were (he order ol has, faithfully and well, served this number, aud morn than one compli all day for nothing. But it was not
aenae to make one of the beat gover h our nnd a delightful luncheou was County for a number of years, a sk ment waa paid to the good cooking. Mrs. I^adley.
“Is this No. 42V" asked the woman,
nors that Oregon ever bad.
lie served by a blue ribbon committee. ing nothing more for his services We move that good roads day be ob
as the boat came back.
A good time was enjoyed by all and thou that appropriated by the law
if yuur power is electricity supplied by the
should bo nominated and elected.
served annually. I t will help us to
it was with regret and m any e x of the C ounty, and if some other
Power Company. ,
enjoy Thanksgiving later on.
An armiHing piece of campaign pressions of good will that the party man or men want to take a try at
“ Yes. But he is not here now.”
motors cost less per unit of energy
“Are you Mrs. i-Mttock?*
literature waa the letter written by adjo urn ed to their homes shortly serving the people and incidentally
. «•» .
but a fration of the space requir
H. P . I’nirce, candidate for the I after m idnight
draw ing the salary let him come
Notice of Final Settlement
The boat bumped against the stairs,
ed by other units.
Republican nomination for joint
out and win on fair gro und s and
and the woman got out. She was ns
Notice i.s hereby given that the under tall as Mrs. Ladley, and when I saw
repreaentativo from Coos nnd Curry
Maintainance and up-keep on motors are
not by insinuations of graft
signed Administrator of the estate of
counties, to Fred Holliatcr, candi
employing members ot his family as David J. Lowe, sr. deceased has filed her in the light from the upper ha I! 1
knew her instantly. It was Temple
Monday, May 11, being M re-
date for the Democratic nomination
help, why sho uldn't he employ any his final report with the County Court Hope, t lie loud lug woman from the
With Central Station electric service your
of Coos County State of Oregon, and
f.>r ougresa, nnd published in the Newt 1’lyler’e umptv-umpty b ir th competent members he might need? that the judge thereof has set Monday Liberty theater.
can enlarge indefitely—adding motors
“I would like to talk to you, Mrs.
t’eirco fb after »the
I should consider onl\ incompetence the 6th day of July at the County Court
room in the Court House Building at Pitman,” she said. “\Vbeie can we
This company is always ready to
..... .. of*W. H. Meredith, iilao o f |»
»"rP ris0 IU1<1
in » f,,w should bar a person from serving, Coquille City Coos County Oregon, at go?”
Curry, who is after the aanie nomi f her motliet’H lady friends to spend and relatives are apt to be as able as the hour of ten o ’clock A M. of said day
1 led the way back to my room, aud
ns the time and place for the hearing
nation that Holliatcr I h Hooking, nnd the evening The timo waa spent in strangers and in many cases more of objections thereto and of the settle when site had followed ine in she
service is elastic. It is adapt-
turned and shut the door.
the letter ia full nf suggestion to «owing and fancy work and in the dependable, lor in this age of scrab ment thereof. Now all persons having
great or small. As to
“Now, then," she »aid without any
objections to said final report and the
II idlialor and alulae of Meredith. terrorizing pnatitn» of telling each ble you could hardly know as your settlement thereof are hereby notified preliminary, “where is Jennie BriceV
economy, telephone 71 and let us show you
"1 don’t know, Miss Hope,” I an
The most ntniiaing tiling in the let | other's real agua. The viaitora uni best friend, were he in a position to appear and file the same on said date
and at said time.
how much Central Station service will save you.
ter ia the suggestion th at Hollister
to get an inner knowledge of your
Dated this Oth day of Mav 1914.
We looked at each other for a min
F rank L. L o w e ,
have a letter written to the Eaat to China dinner plates Tlio invited business, m ight not be laying wires
ute, ami each of u» saw what the other
Administrator of the estate
uncertain the tru th of one of Mere guests preaont were M esdamiaA J, to un 'erm in e yon. I think the very
of D a v i d J. L o w e Sr. deceased.
“lie lias killed her!” she exclaimed.
dith's statements, with the naive r e M. Robertson, C. T. Skeele, C. 0. tact th at "fam ily help” was made 5-
“She was afraid he would do it, and—
mark that, “ if by accident the man Price, ,1. J. Stanley, F. W. Jones, A. an objection to the Watsons, would
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
F. I,inegar, R. S. Knowlton and
"Killed her nnd thrown her into the
lias boon telling the truth
indicate th at the "spoils of office”
others. Dainty refreahmentH were
river,” I said. “That’s what I think,
you can keep it to yourself,
were quite a lure to some o( the other
FOR THE COUNTY OF
and he’ll go free at th a t It seems there
nllierwiae publish the letter." Taken
isn’t any murder when there isn’t any
a a a whole, the letter ought to have
Now I want to make it clear this Ill the Mntter of N otice of P rivate corpse.”
the Eatato of
“Nonsense! if he lias done that ihe
a boost in if effect on the candidacy
S ale of R eal
is no campaign article. T he W a t Martha J. Nos
river will give her up eventually.”
of E. > 1 . Lotiey, who ia candidate
'UT this ad out and it will be accepted for‘ten
“The river doesn’t always give them
"Mothers' D ay" will be observed sons know nothing of this— I may
Notice is hereby given that under and
for the nomination th a t l ’eiroe ia
at the M. E C hu rch next Sunday vote for them and I may not, I've by virtue of authority given me, by an up,” I retorted. “Not in flood time, any
per cent of the amount of any cash purchases K&
how. Or when they are found it is
morning, services beginning nt 11 qothing to gain either ivay I cast order of the County Court for Coos months later, and you can’t prove any
, during the month of M^y.
Miss Florence Tidwell, my ballot, and right here I might o f record in the Probate Journal of said thing.”
A gooil old eland-pal Republican
She had only a little time, being due
diatrict deiiconcsa, will give an nd- add, neither has any woman. T he Court on the 5th day of May, 1914, I
wttH heard lo reinnrk the other day
shall from and nfter the 10th dav of at the theater soon, but she sat down
Irena to mothers.
The observance nice little boquet (?) the men hand- June. 1914, offer for sale and sell at ami told me the story she told after
that he did not think the Rcpuldi-
f the ilny wis postponed from la*t i Cv^ us w®,cn
allowed ns the bal* private sale, the following described ward on the stand:
can voters of this district would be
real estate belonging to the estate of
She had known Jennie Brice for
Sunday on account of the non- lot, has a little " j o k e r ” in it, as Martha J. Nosier, deceased, to-wit: a
"foids enough to turn
E 'j, they having been together in
arrival of the invitation card». The
the chorus as long before as Nadjy.
down." This summarize« very nicely
twenty-fiftu anuiverawry of the Kp- were any of us to run for an office 28 South of Range 13 West of the Wil
“Site was married then to a fellow
all the argum ent th a t could be nd
wortb League will bo celebrated by which carried with it more than lamette Meridian in Coos County, on the vaudeville circuit,” Miss Hope
vanned hh to why the people of this
said. “He left her about that time,
a Hpcoi*il Horvico n the evening in honors, ju s t as at our caucus the
Also I,ot 3 in Block 3 in the Town of and she took up with Ladley. 1 don’t
part of the state should auppnrt
presiding officer appointed three la Riverton, Coos County, Oregon, as per think they were ever married.”
churgo of Mimt Tidwell.
List Y our Property W ith
Hawley for the nomination cr for
dies E serve as "official tellers’’ un plat thereof on file ami of record in the
“Wlmt!” 1 said, Jumping to my feet,
office of the County Clerk of said Coos
the office if he lie nominated.
til the next caucus, it took some of County.
A W om an V oter writes
the other fellows “ foola" and let it
That the terms of said sale shall be j like this! There’s never been a breath
the ladies quite a lew minutes to
for cash or credit, to-wit: either all! of scandal about this house. Miss Hope,
go at that It ia a good old-line ar
The article given below is the
appreciate the honor (?) con- cash, or orie-hOlf cash at time o f sale ami if it comes out I’m mined.”
gum ent, and as Hawley is a good
and one-half in not more than one or j “Well, perhaps they were married,”
Farm Lands, Timber Lands, Residence and
one retci red to last week as Imx-ing .erret? on them,
or two years time, with interest at not | she said. “Anyhow, they were always
old line stand patter it is peculiarly
Business Property. Houses for Rent
hern written by n woman voter ol
^ r’ W a ts o n 's “ quiet c a m p a ig n ” less than 6 jier cent per annum, interest quarreling. Aud when he wasn’t play
app ro p riate that the eld line of talk
ing it was worse. She used to come
this city. It was sent to one ol t h e , 1, 1
>* rather unu sual— so
should bn used in bis support. If
to my hotel and cry her eyes out.”
Marshfield dailies, bu t the editor rauch *° 'h a t it seems to he causing sented at the office of Geo. P. Topping _
“1 knew you were friends,” 1 said.
M. M. Young, M anager
F. C. Stone, S ecretary
there ia snv other "reason" why the
returned It, giving as a reason that « " « » I n « « . an d I c a n ’t see but 'tis ^taq*ndo''' 0 reR°n- or 80,11 there b>' “Almost the Inst tiling she said to me
people of Coos county should su p
it was a defence of the W atsons n verY res,fol procedure in cam
This notice is published in the Co- was about the black and white dress
port Hawley it fads to nppear
quillo Herald for four successive weeks of hers you were to borrow for the
from a charge of graft,
w hereas Pa 'R.""’R experience, as ordinarily ,|r five times, ¿he first May 12. 1914. piece this week.”
T here is no desire hern to say a
no such charge had been m de
candidates are so prom inent as lo and the last June 9, 1914, by order of
“Black and white dress! I borrow
word against Mr Hawl.V» eliarao
become obnoxious. Mr Watson is ! ,hc ” on- •l«h«E - Hall, bounty Judge. one of Jennie Brice’s dresses!” ex
ter. lie is n "good Christian man"
claimed Miss Hope. "1 should think In the Ciicult Court of the S tite of
evidently sure of bis friends or else
Dated this 12th day of Mav, 1914.
Oregon in and for Coos Comity
not. 1 have plenty of my own.”
as the term ia understood lint there
In your issue of April is not so anxious for the office as to ! k -
, . H .0REN UEUR Q UH AR T,
That puzzled me. for she had said Robert Dollar, Trustee, )
. 1 1
. . .
Executrix of the estate and last Will
are plenty of good C hristian men
27 HI, you had an article entitled make a nuisance ol himself
! and Testament of Martha J, Nosier. It. that was sure. And then 1 remem
whom we would not want to send to
bered that 1 had not seen the dross
" W a t s o n i lin g the C o u n ty ." Allho
How do any of us know t h a t ) G B o T T O P r i N G
in the room that day, nnd I went to
congress. If the
pie of this eeun
the an im us of the article was F ath other aspirants for office " h a v e noj Attorney for Estate,
5-12-5t look for it. It was gone. 1 came back ging Company, n cor- NOTICE TO
porntion, and E. (). CREDITORS
ty have ever had any reason to be crc.l in the Randon Surf, yet it string on th e m ? " T h ey , no doubt
and told Miss Hope.
either proud or glad that lie was seems to bear the official approval have t h e m Km not of .. „ to .„.1
them , but out
Notice is hereby given that all per
have n red collar?” she asked
there they have not h .e n Informed of the Record. Now I take excep the office once attained, it won't
sons having claims against the Seeley
Anderson Logging Company are here
of it. If lie has ever done anything lions to that article, and call it an take long for the sitin g puller to *-■ Moody, administratrix of the estate
“Then I remember it. She wore a by required to present same to the
for this lection of Oregon that he Unfair innendo on the official record pull the string
Court of ( .ooa County, Oregon,
Any man having
Was not absolutely forced to do, or of "in present C ounty C le rk . Does favor of office in his control and Court of Cooa County, Oregon, and the that dress. You might look for the duly verified, and with all proper and
necessary vouchers nnd proof to satisfy
Room and Hoard por week
She followed me back to the room said court of the validity of said claims,
Room per night
25c and 50c
" ¿ " it iT '.T . " r ' m
:n, U i ¡" ’C RCC"r'' ° r
S u ,f knOW
'« '» hi» relatives
. M o X X I and stood in the doorway while I within six weeks from tne date of this
With 1 ortland. that art haa not been present com petent officer h avin g or Iriends first it com petent I a m at the Court House st Coquille
Meal Ticket, 21 meals
searched. The hat was gone. too.
That this notice is published by the
b ro u g h t out. D might
hardly he tak en, in the y e a r, he has served would consider very abnorm al, and ^ pK
o f a^
"Perhaps. afte#:ill. lie’s telling the
order of the Circuit Court for Coos
in Ilia line o* d g, ui ’ ’ u ii-minn
n io n to
ounty, any more th an the a man not steadiest in his friend- t0 8*'li final account and settlement truth,'* she said thoughtfully. 'Her County. Oregon, which said order is
rail au Ilo n o iab e l
fur coat Isn't In the closet. Is It?"
tinted the 12th day of Mav. 1914.
ngressman . | co unty ha* allowed that officer to sh ip, is not apt to be s.e.dtas, in
, hi. 1« day of April. 1914.
It was gone. It Is strange that all
Dated this 12 th dav of May, 1914.
mattonili *d. so we will refrain hut collect as «/enum eration for his set- his politics.
M argaret E. M oody
day 1 had never thought of looking
R. STANLEY DOLLAR,
11 m i e i lisa alw ais b e n handled to (vices? You or they do not Then
Receiver of Sec ley-Anderson Logging
I will have to be shown how the 4-14-4t of Thomas A. King, deceased.
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