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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1914)
Work Done Promptly and Prices Right
LET US DO
holds flour at $5 50 up, whereas the 1
Fish, Chicken and Veal.
It-'sw pullet, raw veal aud raw Hah
said Salem mill was auxious to buy
wheat at $1 05 per bushel, and we i make tliu graveyard rat. This la buu-
dreds of years old. A New York ca
ate informed by Mr Upton who te- terer (perbapa the moat ettlcleut I 11 tbe
sided at Salem at the time of the city 1 said to me: “There are three
above letter was written and was Important articles of food tbut must
personally a quaiuted with U. C. under 110 cireuuistuuces be served un
(Uncle Bob) Kinney, and the rest derdone. They are fish, chicken and
veal. By chicken I mean all poultry
ot the owners of the f#ig mill, of a domestic nature. All game birds
among whom were L. F. Grover should be rure. You wuut to be a
and Asabel Bush, that flour pro little careful about lumb too. Give it
duced at said mill was sold at $3.50 plenty of cooking "—New York Press.
per barrel so it will be seen that the
East Fork Items
flour mill trust, like all other trusts,
catches the public a’goin’ and
Mrs. F. A. Baker has beautiful
a'comin’ ou what it pays for the
roses aud carnations.
raw material and what it sell the
Mrs. Mayse has an early garden
finished product at.
— green peas m April and new cab
bage for the past month A person
Mayor on Vacation
does not have to eat stale stuff in
Mayor A. T. Morrison and wife Coos county.
leave on the Elisabeth for San Fran
Mrs. Beuuett ¡¡wanton and chil
cisco, on their way to San Diego to dren are having a vacation with ht-r
attend the golden wedding of Mr. sister, Mrs. M. C. Miller.
Mori ¡son's parents, Mr. and Mrs
M. J. lx rauiz has bought a top
M. H. Morrison. Tho elder Morri
sons were formerly residents of
A mau who was going over Cher
Myrtle Foiut, but left there in 188 (>.
ry creek uouutaiu last week ran
The mayor finds it very hard to get
onto a bear and cubs in tbe road.
away from his business at this time
of year but is anxious to be with his He went back to Mr. Msrcy’s, and
with Mr. Hyde as reinforcement
parents at this fiftieth anniversary
of their marriage He expects to
R e p o r t o f th e C o n d itio n o f th e
be awav three to four weeks.
ious, should be his owu au>! not for
"When it became apparent that
sale— his advertising columns, in Vaughn had reached the timber -d
justice to his regular advertisers, j districts, Sheriff Gage summoned
should be charged tot at good iates Sheriff George Quine, of this city,
to whoever pays the price If the who in turu notified Frank Hop-
laborer is worthy ot his lure, the kins, deputy sheriff at Canyouville,
advertisement is worth its price— to bring his two bloodhounds to
especiolly when the issue involved Roseburg. When the dogs arrived
is political and economic, rather here shortly after 2 o’clock this
: than moral.
; morning, sheriff Quine, deputy
| sheriff Ralph Qut.ie and Frank
I Hopkins accompanied by the dogs,
I left for Drain in the former’s auto-
they went for the bear and got one
William Miller was coming up
the road recently and saw near tho
road a bear and cub*.
If auy one thinks bench laud is
u d good stuff he can get an object
lessoti to the contrary by looking at
Lee Mast’s orchard and g trdeu.
Mrs. Howe and her daughter,
Mrs. Milo Sumner and child of
Marshfield, came up to see the new
grandchild aud his mother, Mrs.
Three men with nineteen horses
came in last week over the Coos
Bay road, bound for the railroad
The Fellowship Meeting which mobiIe’ They arrived taere at aboUt
I was postponed from June 18 th will! 5 : 3 °
morning, when the chase
take place Thursday evening at the ! for ,he fu* itive was be«l,n ”
I W. O. W. Hall
On account of
The bloodhounds that were taken
sickness among the membership, 10 Draln shor,1y al:er Va,,Khn’s es‘
the ladies of the Christian church ' " P 6 wer* found useless in picking
Ed Aberurthv aud Mr, Jones, the
have found it impossible to furnish j
teacher at Pleasant Hill, wout to
the dinner, and it is expected that
Marshfield for the “ Fourth
the committee will make arrange Postoffice Dept. Threatens
ments with M. M. Young, of the
Report of the Condition of
New England House, to serve the
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
I *ie Myrtle I oint Enterprise
! Republican party dominated by the meal. Din ner is served at 7 o’clock.
in the State of Oregon, at
------------------------------------------- stand-pat element, that is some- The charge is 35 c a plate, the pro- 8eo,i8 ouf 11 «pecial bulletin, giving
the close of business, June 30th, 1914.
PO BUS HEP EVERT TUESDAY thing on earth that he will not needs going to the support of the 8 communication just received by
Entered as second class matter May “ do,’ ’ even to get into the White movement, and the public is iuvited j postmaster of that town, which
8, 1005, at the poBt office at Coquille, House.
Overdrafts, secured and un
to be there and enjoy a good meal j contains some news of liveliest in
Oreg ni, under act of Congress oi March
while helping along a good cause. terest to 1,11 ™8i<lents of Coos and
U.S. Bonds to secure circula
•'W O RKIN G” TH E COUNTRY There is no obligation, however, to Currv counlie*. It runs as follows:
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
Bonds, securities, etc.
patronize the dinner, on the part of \
Itoseburg, Oregon, July 3 . l ‘J 14 .
Banking house, furniture and
Medford Mail Tribune
those who wish to attend the meet- [Fostmaster, Myrtle i’oiot, Oregon,
Devoted to the material and social
Duo from National Banks
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par The Mail Tribune, along with ing which is held later, and those ! Dear Sir:
ticularly and of Coos County generally. ,
Due from State and Private
Subscription, $ 1.50 per year in advance every other paper in Oregon, except who wish to hear the address and 1 As you are undoubtedly aware no
Banks and Bankers, Trust
j the big citv papers is in receipt of discussion are invited to come a lit- \ ProPosal8 H>at the Department will
At Coquille, in the State of Oregon, Cos. and Savings Banks
Phone Main 3 S 1 ,
from approved reserve
the following letter from the Auti tie later.
at the close of business, June 30, 1914. agents
R eso u rces
Most of ttie fireworks provided
The meeting proper commences ing the mails on the star routes
Checks and other cash items 740.76
W HAT TEDDY IS P LAY IN G Saloon leasue:
of other Nat’l Banks
Fractional paper currency,
Overdrafts, secured und un
tlemeo are invited, as a mixed audi lrorn Roseburg to Marshfield Ore off at one time, after a few had been
Teddy doesn’t lack courage; no To the Editor:
15.71 Lawful Money Reserve in 278.10
Early in July, I expect to begin
one ever accused him of cowardice
set off, on a scow moored off the Bonds and warrants
Neither does he lack the shrewd sending out news bulletins to news deliveran addresson “Natures’s Safe
In view of these conditions it lias water front. Several men and boys Banking house
Furniture und fixtures
5,000.00 Legal-tender notes $25 617.00
ness to hold his tongue when it is papers dealing with the news devel-
were aboard tbe scow when the big Due from hanks (not reserve
for his interest to do so. But he i °P ® eiit* of o u r statewide prohibi ty Valve, or How shall tho stored
Treasurer(5 per cent of
looks out for Teddy first, t s ! and 1 *'on campaign, from the dry stand up energies of youth rightly expend j ro" te from Hoseburg to Marshfield, time began. They went overboa d Due from approved reserve
themselves.” Mr. Anderson has dr- Oregon and carry the mails from without no iceable delay. No one
all the time. Else LaPollette or point.
Checks and other ca 1. items 1.963.62
I may also send out free plate
Hadley or Borah might be Presi
was seriously 11 jujed. Tile Tines Transit
dent now, instead of Wilson. He matter to such periodicals as desire and he has some practical sugges-
lo a11 otber Co°8
Curr-V rep uts iha: G-orge an I Roy Hum Cash on hand
saw to it that no other progressive it, hut this has not yet been decided
328.83 Capital stock paid in
should get the republican nomina upon
10 , 000.00
This whole service is entirely free. by nil who are interested in (be servic‘’ are now be,n« «dvertis. d.
aud that the former got a link in
Undivided profits, less expen
tion in 1912. Far better a demo
ses and taxes paid
If you would like to receive these problem. He has a practical plan
Li abilit ies
Tbe following advices are now bead, the latter escape.! in,hurt
crat, from his point ot view, no
National hank notes outstand
matter what might happen to the bulletins, please fill out and mail to which could be placed in operation received from the Department rel
746.00 Due to State and Private
country. And so now he wants to me the enclosed post card.
ative to this matter, and are sent
Undivided profits, Ie3s ex
If you desire this service, it here in Coquille and which will
Banks and bankers
play a waiting game, and while
Individual deposits subject to
ready enough to denounce the dém would be mutually helpful if you meet with general approval when
Judge Coke held court on July
90,650.08 Demand certificates deposit 21,632.72
ocrate administration he would like would put me on your exchange presented, and practical work is ne public.
"If a satisfactory proposal be not 3 rd and disposed of several i'ems of Demand certificates of deposit 3,381.04
to give time to heal the) breach he mailing list until November 1.
cessary if the movement is to live
Any suggestions that may occur
made in the republican ranks two
and accomplish its end. At tbe received for tbe through route from Circuit Court business.
ago, to the end that he may carry to you will be very welcome
conclusion of Mr. Anderson’s ad
County of Coos.)
the standard of the reunited factions
State of Oregon, )
dress a general discussion will take intention to hive the through mnil Stilwell against John R. Stillwell County of Coos. ) ss’
W. E. JOHNSON,
1, L. H Hazard, cashier of the above
in 1916. Nothing on earth he can
dispatched by Way of Drain, Scotts- the divorce ask-d for was- granted
bank, do solemnly swear that
possibly do to get into the white
I, It. H. Mast, cashier of the above- named
statement is true to the best
house again will be left undone# If
In other words, the Anti-Saloon
The object of these meetings is
above statement is true to the of my knowledge
to talk will serve his purpose, he league, which is a political organi entirely commendable and the work tractors on these routes are unable ed the custody "f the minor chil the
L . H. H a z a r d , Cashier.
will talk, despite the orders of all
to handle the mail conveniently, it dren, with nil allowance for their
It. H. M a s t , Cashier.
A J. S herw ood ,
the doctors this side of Halifax. If zation, asks the newspapers of Ore should be helped along by every is intended to send all the Coos and support of $25 a month from the Correct —Attest: R. S. K now i . to n ,
L. H a r l o c k e r ,
one who has the interests of the
to hold his peace on any subject
G e o . A. R oiunson .
R. C. D e m e n t .
will help along his campaign, he dreds of columns of matter, advo young people of the community at Curry County mail by way of Port father. She was also decreed to be
land on the steamboat route.
Subscribed and sworn to before me Subscribed and sworn to before mo
the owner of 12(1 acres of land about
can be silent in seventeen languages cating its propaganda and in addi heart.
6th day of July, 1914.
this 3rd day of July, 1911.
He has the wisdom of Solomon in tion requests that copies of the pa
“It is suggested that the inspec eight miles below Bandon, uhich this
H. W. E v a n s ,
O. C. S a n fo r d ,
that respect. Despite his manifest
[S e a l ]
bad been in controversy.
Off A gain On Again
failings,- the country might do per be sent it, also tree of charge.
much worse than to re-elect him The newspaper publisher is expect
Several motions and demurrers
Frank Vaughn, tbe convict who concerned.”
president; and we have no doubt it ed to give away thousands of dol
Under the instructions quoted were argued, among them a demur
might do better. His good quali lars of space— the only product he was brought from the penitentiary
List Your Property With
ties and his bad ones are both ob has to sell— to help salaried, but to testify in the Miller ease, escaped above I have to request that 1011 rer in the case of Savage vs. Cates,
from Sheriff Gage at Drain last give this mattqr publicity in order which the judge took under advise
All this chiefly for the benefit of an uon-tax-paying, non-residents dic
Tuesday night while being taken that some proposal may be received, ment.
esteemed contemporary which sets
The other day the Anti-Saloon back to Salem He was at large otberwife all overland mail trnns- |
up the man of straw that the Sen
Farm Lands, Timber Lands, Residence and
tinel has been impugning Roose league had a four column adver until Thursday, when he was re portation from Roseburg into Coos j
velt’s courage, and proceeds to de tisement in the Portland papers, captured near Oakland by Deputy County will cease within the next
Business Property. Houses for Rent
molish it with great gusto.— Co
Sheriff Hoggatt of Douglas county 90 days.
has money to pay the city papers and Marshal Kruse of Oakland.
M. M. Young, M anager
F. C. Stone, Secretary
Our esteemed contemporary’s
S. H. MORSE
for its matter, why not also pay the He had joined a bunch ot tramps
apology is accepted, and we are
P. O. Inspector. |
country press? Why discrimate? and one of them came in and led
glad that its meaning was some
Simply because the city papers can the officers to the camp. Vaughn
thing different from that expressed
It is hardly necessary to comment
not be “ worked,” and some of the started to run for it but was brought
by the lauguage used. We repub
Every one cao s. e for
simple-minded country editors can
lish the Sentinel’s article because it
be and the astute gentlemen man iff Gage took charge ot Vaughn himself exactly what it means.
so well expresses the criticisms that
aging the League figure it a waste and landed him in the pen without is a bull-dozing threat from the
are olten heard and which seem to
The tramp was Postoffiee Department that if no
of money, to pay for what they can further mishap
embody the sum and substance of
given $25 reward.
contractor can be found foolish
the objections found to Teddy by
The Roseburg Review gives the enough to carry the mail overland
Here is an Associated Press dis
many well-meaning people who
for far less than the service is worth
following account of the escape:
patch that explains the system:
seem unable to see things exactly
"According to word received then revenge will be taken on She
as the Herald does.
bition party leaders and workers, at from Drain this morning. Sheriff’ people of the two counties by de
Read carefully. Teddy is shrewd; the secoud day of their conference Gage and Deputy Sheriff Walter priving them of their rights in tbe
he looks out for Teddy; he knows here, listened to addresses on how Condrou, of Coquille, arrived at matter of a mail service. Our com
when to talk and when to hold his to carry ou a successful campaign. Drain shortly before to o’clock last mercial aud otLer representative
yawp; he wants to be president K A. Rowell, state publicity agent evening, with John Marsden, Larry bodies cannot get buny in this mat- j
again. It is not necessary to point of the party, said that no movement Miller, Ferrari and Frank Vaughn, ter any too soou, and every resident
ever succeeded without the help of
o u t what reprehensible qualities newspapers, and he detailed to the the first three of whom were recent of either county should at oDce con
these are When it drops into a state workers how to be their own ly convicted of various offenses in stitute himself a committee of one
historically reminiscent mood, how press agents and "put their stories Coos county. After alighting from with the idea that be is a wolf and
ever, the Sentinel wanders f a r over” in the newspapers.
the stage the officers and prisoners this is bis night to howl.
afield. Teddy was far stronger
Yet there is no dearth of money in went to tbe Pet kins hotel where
than either LaFollette, Hadley or the prohibition treasury. Plans are they intended to partake of supper
Echos From A w ay Back
Borab, as was incontrovertibly made lor the expenditure of tens of preparatory to continuing their
proved by the voice ot the people thousands of dollars this year to journey lo Salem on northbound
(Curry County Leader)
themselves If he could not stand 1 make Oregon dry. Wholesale in- passenger train No. 16. They were
Rumaging among old letters and
I I A V IN G leased the plant of the Co-
against the Talt steam roller, neith vasions are scheduled from the east. loitering about the veranda ot the scraps of long torgotten papers, Mr.
* * quille Mill and Mercantile Com
er could one ot the others have se City papers, bill-boards, speakers, hotel, when Vaughn complained of John Bowman fonnd a letter from
the. undersigned is now prepared
cured the nomination. If it was the halls, railroads, officials and work being somewhat lame, following R. C Kinney manager of the big
all orders for any kind of
duty ol either Roosevelt or La Fol ers are to be’ paid— but the latter the day’s jaunt across the moun flour mill at Salem, dated Aug. 29,
lette to but y his owu ambition and are instructed how to "put one tains. To remedy this imaginary 1871 and submitted the same to the
support the other, it was manilestly over" on the country press, which affliction he persuaded the sheriff Leader for inspection.
that of LaFollette, the weaker, not is expected to deliver the goods to allow him to walk back and forth
The ancient document reads
of Roosevelt, the strongest of the without pay.
Especial attention will be paid to the
on the porch
Taking advantage as follows:
As to w h a t he
T h a t ’ s w h a t our print
When Representative Hobson of the opportunity when Sheriff
Mr. J. H Rothell
local demand, and every effort will be
"wants,” what he "would like.” failed by 30,000 votes to secure the Gage’s attention was attracted else
made to supply anything needed at the
ing is d oin g w ith the
and to what "end,” of course the Alabama senatorial nomination, where, Vaughn suddenly leaped "Dear Sir:
Herald cannot speak with the con after a year’s campaign on a dry over the banister of the veranda to
We received your samples of
business m en of this
fidence of sure knowledge, like our platform, the Anti-Saloon league at the ground ten feet below and ran wheat and as we had not the time
esteemed contemporary, hut we ouce employed him at a salary of in the direction of the timbered dis to go and see volt ourselves we
to w n — m akin g a hit.
would like to prophesy that Roose Sto.ooo a year Other league offi tricts north of toxvn. Owing to the sen- Kind by Mr. Holman that we I
velt will bead no ticket of the "re cials are drawing similarly fancy darkness which prevailed at that would pay $1 per bushel aud you a j
united factions” of tne Republican salaries.
hour, he soon disap|>eared from the commission of 5 cents a bushel and
party in 1916, unless the old-line
There seems to be money galore sight of Sheriff Gage and others! w old be glad to have you bnv for
Republicans come over into the in fighting the demon runr, for
who went in pursuit. Sheriff Gagej tt* tile present year.”
Progressive camp which is not everyone bin the newspaper man— fired several shot* at the fugitive! This was prior to birth in Oregon
conceivable. As for taking the nom and there will l>e money for him if
but it is not believed any of them of the Millers Trust which now
ination on an old-line platform of a he demands tt. His editorial poin-
J pays So odd cents for wheat and
KNOWLTON'S DRUG STORE
The Coquille Herald
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
Pacific Real Estate Co.
Making a Hit!
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