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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1914)
Open* Office Here
CAPT. DAVENNY TALKS WATERWAYS
R e s p e c ta b ility K illed H im .
County A griculture J. L Smith
is opening an office in the Lyons j
building next door to the Oregon Representative of the Rivers and Harbors Congress Sets
; Power Co . and will make his bead- \
Local Live Ones to Thinking, in Entertaining
quarters there lor such lime as he
and Very Instructive Address
may spend in Coquille Mr. Smith
is pleased with the progress th at1 Captain W. I. D avenuv,field sec ures to illustrate his poiut that cost
Work Done Promptly and Price* Right
has been made since he has takeu retary ot the Nati-m al R iv e rs and of trausportatiou is the measure
up the work in Coos county and Hatbors Congress, addressed
commercially used. Based on the
with the increasing interest that is j audience of Coquille business men figures for the cost of transportation
being shown by the farmers and , and other* at the court house Satur- of one ton for one mile, one dollar
dairymen, 1 here are now five c o w - j^ y evening.
The speaking wis would transport one ton lour miles
testing associations in the county held uuder lbe ausDices ofihe Com on an ordinary unimproved road;
and strict tab is being kept on the mercial Club, but on account of in io miles on an improved road; 139
individual product of over 2800 | sufficient publicity the turn-out wait miles by rail; while, based on the
cows. Considerable impetus h a s smal]. Captain Davenny had made water rate from Buffalo to Duluth,
been given to the work by the re- „ flying trip to Bandoti in the atter- the distance on water would be
cent visit of Prof. R. R. Graves, noon, and a delegation of Bandon's 3333 miles. Taking another view,
head of the dairy department of the i;ve ones, headed by Col. Rosa the railroad can transport a bushel
O. A . C., who departed last week came up with him in the evening. of wheat 1000 miles for 10 cents,
on the Elder
Captain Davenny has been travel while a bushel of wheat cau be seut
ing for over a year as the represen 3000 miles across the Atlantic for
Myrtle Point Pointers
to fulfill them. Now it is proposed
tative of the Rivers and Harbors three cents. He showed how the
by the government to take back
Mrs. Dan Giles is very sick and Congress He has visited the ports deepening of the Atlantic coast har
these lands. The only way to do fears were entertaiued that she of the Atlantic coast and Gulf of bors had brought down the freight
PU BLISH ED E V E R Y TU ESD A Y
That the suit is would have to undergo an opera Mexico and is now working his rates by making it possible to place
Entered as second class matter May it is by a lawsuit
8, ) 9 h 5 . at the post office at Coquille, drawn out is only because the rail
way north along the Pacific coast larger vessels in service.
Oregon, underact of Congress of March
road is using every legal subterfuge
His object is to talk to the people those harbors had a depth ot 22 feet
Mrs. Chas. Adams is receiving a
to prolong it and if possible to hold
about their waterways and to inte the rate on a bushel of wheat to
visit from her sister Mrs. Davis and
P; c T l EV A R , l essee.
onto its illgotten gains Yet it is
rest them in the work ot the body Liverpool was 23 ceuts; with a
her son and daughter from Marsh
depth of 35 feet it is three cents.
Devoted to the material and social « g « e d . by inference, that it would field.
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par- be better to let the railroad keep
His address was one oi utmost He cited the examples of Frankfort,
ticularly and of Coos County generally. the lands, because the lawsuit pre
Miss Hazel Neal haa been spend
interest to every citizen of the coast Manchester, Berlin, Bremen and
Subscription, $ 1.50 per year in advance
vents the payment of taxes. The ing the past week with friends and country, and it is a matter of ex Rotterdam, and showed how the
Phone Main 381 ,
loss of a year's taxes is a serious relatives at McKinley.
ceeding regret that so few ot our expenditure of millions in deepen
Miss Emma Guerin returned on people were present to hear it. ing their waterways had saved them
matter, but the loss to the people of
It is announced that several of the land itself would not be worth Thursday from a visit with heraunt, Chptain Davenny is a ready and from disaster and had been repaid
the Progressive organizations in the kicking about
Mrn Dora Gearheart of Dora
e ntertaining speaker, and he is many fold in actual results.
interior of the district have endorsed !
If the government wins the
W. 11 . Fisher and family who gifted with just the touch of a sub
Another point made by the
the candidacy of Fred Hollister for ! ........
sujt > says this wise man, "the went to California last fall returned dued sense of humor that adds life speaker was that the cost of trans
Congress. 1 here is nothing very ( S(ate an(j (he people lose both taxes on the 23 rd, having had enough of to a subject that might otherwise portation is concealed in the price
surprising about this, when y o u [ and Iands. The 2,300,000 acres of that section. Tice Wagner and seem dry. He is full of his subject, of the commodities transpotted, so
come to figure it out, although Mr. timber lands will be added to the family who left here for the same is widely informed as to what has that the people do not realize the
Hollister is a Democrat. The gen forest reserves.” And doesn’ t the section last November, is also on been and is being done in all parts looses they sustain through inferior
uine Progressive is a free lance. He lorest reserve belong to the people? the way back.
He also called attention
of the world in the way of improve facilities
is after results. The very fact that Will the lands be taken out of the
The Advent Camp Meeting is ment in water transportation, and to the fact that all great aud pros
he has cut loose from the old party state? Do we not know that all
drawing crowded tents, a good he is ready with facts and figures perous cities are located on water
shows that he is no longer bound lands suitable for settlement will be
many from the adjoining country that can not fail to interest an\ ways. He commended highly the
by party ties, as such. He wauts opened to settlement, instead of be
enterprise of the pei pie of the Co
being camped on the ground.
certain reforms in government, and ing held away from the people in
quille river in forming a port dis
O BSERV ER
he has made up his mind that he definitely by the railroad lor its
importance of our owu waterway of trict and proposing a bond issue
can’t get them through the G. O own speculative profit, as at present. Floated and Taken to Bay
the Coquille river could not help for the deepening of the channel to
P.; therefore he has cut loose and Some of this laud lies in Coos Coun
but enlarge the horizon of those of 20 feet from ihis city to the sea, and
formed a party with certain definite tv. Has an acre of it ever been al
The launch Queen, which went his hearers who bad given compar he made the old settlers sit up and
aims which coincide with his own lowed to fall into the possession of ashore on the south beach at the atively little thought to the subject take notice with his prediction ol
views. But he is not hidebound. a would-be settler?
mouth of the river twelve days ago, and his commendation of the fore the future importance of this place
He is not a “ party man” in the old
He pointed out how niggardly is
The other suit attacked is the having become disabled while cross thought which has secured for the
sense. He will follow the Progress one to dissolve the merger of the ing out to go to Coos Bay, was put city a considerable portion of the the policy of this country in the im
ive leaders only so long as they are Southern Pacific and the Central ofloat in the river again Sunday water frontage was deservedly flat provement of its waterways,in com
going in the direction he wauts to Pacific railroads, and it is argued evening,having been brought across tening to those whose wisdom has parison with other nations, and he
go. He can’ t be whipped into line. that this has “ practically stopped the spit after unsuccessful attempts brought about that condition.
said that Canada with 8.0011,000
He is as independent as a hog on all railroad construction and city to take her to sea from the beach,
Adequate review of Captaiu Da- people spent more than half as much
ice. He is so independent that he buildiug.” This in face of the fact the staunch little craft was practic venny’s address is impossible here, in that work as this country with
will vote for a Republican if he that the Southern Pacific is putting ally uninjured and was ready for though the Herald would like to its 100,000,000 inhabitants
wants to. or a Democrat if he takes millions into the construction of business as soon as she struck the publish it word for word. He said urged the people to be awake to
a notion One man he has no use the Eugene-Coos Bay road, and that water again. She sailed again for that three things were necessary in their own interests and to be insis
for is the old stand-pat, stand-in, the cessation of work on the other the Bay at 12:30 yesterday and was the development of this coast: Good tent in their demands for attention.
blind, reactionary Republican poli extensions is laid by the railroad repotted from Empire before 3 roads, additional railroads and the He said: “ It pays to be clamorous
tician, who has learued nothing in offiicials to the general financial o'clock. Aboard were H. W. Dun improvement of the waterways, and for the things you need and to
the last forty years and who always depression. The same condition ham, skipper, E- D. Graham, engi he laid particular stress on the last. which you are entitled.”
takes his orders from the higher- in the financial world has in the neer and owner, and several other He said that mileage is no longer
Captain Davenny's talk made a
ups. Granting all of this, it is easy last few days been given by a high young men. It was very choppy and the commercial measure of distance, deep impression on all who heard
to see why the Progressives of the railroad official as the reason for somewhat foggy outside, but the and he quoted some interesting fig him and will not soon be lorgotten
district have no further use for Mr. | postponing all “ luxuries” ior this boat evidently made au excellent
Hawley. He not only represents year, like extension, iuterurban con run to the Bay, where she is to be
familiar with the fishing banks and tana, and another sister, Mrs. A.
those very things that have driven struction, electrification of steam employed by the Southern Pacific
guaranteed to deliver a ton of fish W. Roach, arrived from Wendling
them out of the Republican party, lines, new depots, terminals, shops in connection with the construction
a day. The Iolanda’s bad luck in to attend his funeral, which was
but as lar as getting results for this etc. Yet the article here mentioned of the bridge across the Bay.
fishing did not tend to produce har held Sunday, interment taking
district is concerned he is a nebu says that all that is due to the
mony among the ctew, who were place in the Masonic cemetery.
lous nouentity. People in this cor “ long-drawn out litigation foment
by local applications, as they cannot at loggetheads with Captain Stam-
ner ol the district, especially, have ed by demagogic lawyers and of reach the diseased portion of the ear.
T here is only one w ay to cure deafness, burg, whose treatment they did not
no use for a man who weats the fice-seekers ”
and th at is by constitutional remedies. .
D eafness is caused by an inllamed condl- > approve, and there came near being
Dr. Richmond furnishes the If r-
Portland collar, and they know that
tion o f the mucous lining of the E usta-
. « . • ».
If the Oregon manufacturéis chian Tube. When this tube is Inflamed a mutiny. 1 WO ot Paladllll S rep-
ald the following memoranda of
no mao who is under the Portland would devote their surplus funds to you have a rum bling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely closed. | resentatives who came Up Oil the
births occurring iu this vicinity
influence is going to get results for bunging their wares properly be D eafness is the result, and unless the In- ! _ , ,
. , ,
flam matlon can be taken out and this Iolanda said they prized their lives
this part of the state. They have fore the people ol this state through tube restored to Its normal condition,
hearing w ill bo destroyed forever; nine too highly to return with Stamburg 1
reason to think that Hollister can consistant and honest advertising cases out o f ten are caused by Catarrh,
which Is nothing but an inflamed condl* and they left y esterday on the Nann L E W I S - Ju lj 5 ,to the wife of Jatnes
o f the mucous surfaces.
in the newspapers of the stale, in tlon
W e will give One Hundred Dollars forany case oi 1 Smith for Sau Francisco.
B. Lewis, a son.
(caused by catarrh) th at cannot be'curedbj
stead of allowing themselves to be B all's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars free.
'claim that Stamburg is a reckless
MORE "IN D U S T R IA L N E W S ” hoodwinked by a noted grafter in Bold by Drngirl*ta, 75c.
J navigator and that he struck a rock HICKHAM.—July 7 , to the wife of
The Industrial News Bureau of to giving him a profitable job at Taka Hall's Fam ily Fills for constipation.
1 at Blunt’s reef in coming up the
John Hickhan, a daughter.
the Pacific Coast Manufacturur, of fighting imaginary political dan
Fishing Venture Fails
These meu, however, are
Portland, sends out under the head gers, they would be showing a lot
j confident that there is good fishing MATNEY—July 17 , to the wife of
of “ Political Lawsuits Paralyze more sense.
Rufus E. Matney, a son.
A Paladini’s fishing tug Iolanda, | off Coos bay and that it properly
Development,” an article which it
that arrived here a fortnight since prospected the bauks can be located
is kindly willing for the press of
Something like q measures deal to prospect the offshore fishing and the fish taken. They had no DONACA —July 20 , fo the wife of
Thos. Donano, a daughter.
the state to publish. The first par ing with the matter of taxation will banks, departed yesterday on her faith in the method put to use in
agraph indicates the trend of the he submitted to the voters of Ore return to San Francisco. What fish this expedition, and a demonstra- POINTER—July 24 , to the wife of
article and runs as follows: “ Two gon this fall. They form a jum she caught would not make a meal tion corroborated their belief—The Thos Pointer, a son.
big political lawsuits ate doing bled and conflicting mess. Many for the ctew and the venture was a Marshfield Sun.
more to hold up development and papers are advising their readers to financial fizzle so far as fishing isj
prevent the inflow of capital and vote “ no” on all of them It does concerned but it is believed the
population than all that is being not seem to the Herald that this Iolanda's service in running anchor
"Schooling in youth should Invariably be
to prepare a person in the best wav
done by Oregon boosters.” Inci would get us anywhere. We would for the stranded steamer Cbricket, S L A G L E —At Bandon, Oregon, directed
for the best permanent occupation for which
dentally it may be remarked that if rather say, "vote for all of them.” will bring her owner and crew an
July 24, James Harry Slagle, he is capable. ’—President C. W Eliot.
This is the Mission of the
Oregon Boosters are doing any The sooner we make all the tinker amount sufficient to more than pay
aged 28 years, 8 months and 19
thing "to prevent the inflow of capi- ing experiments the sooner we will the expenses of the fishing venture.
tal and population,” they ought to he ready to study the matter of tax- Local fishermen here are at a loss
The deceased was horn in Jackson
Forty-sixth School Vear Opens
be squelched. However, Bro Ho- ation and get upon a sane and sci- to understand why the Iolanda did county and had been a resident of
T E H B E R i 8 th , 1914
fer often says something that lie 1 entific basis. There is only one not succeed in landing a good catch Coos for about ten years.
Write for illustrated loo-page Book
eoloti lino uiM
Sfpni r \ 1 to vatlnn
let, “ T he l if e C a r e e r ,” and for Cata |
1 . to is scientific
Une ot ,u„
the lawsuits referred
. , of taxation,
. . and . in all
that is the single tax. But it is n o 1 ln 311 they could carry since the months ago, while liviug at Park- log containing full information.
Degree C o u n e t- AGRICULTURE :
the one to annul tne Oregon
; use to talk abolH that now. You Palandini tug arrived.
Some say ersburg, his health failed altogether
Agronomy, Animal Husbandry,DairyHus- |
California laud grants. The argu- might as well try the power of the that the San Francisco fishing crew and he was discovered to be suffer bandrv. Poultry Husbandry, Horticulture.
1 Agriculture for Teachers fo r es tr y
metti is made that the litigation is human eye on a bull while shaking did not get within a mile of the ing from Brights disease. Alter
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LOGGING ENGINEERING. H o m e E c o -
holding the state bn k, and that it a red rag in front of his face Wait banks.
The Iolanda fishermen couple of weeks lie catnelo Cuquille j nomics ~
Domestic Science, Domestk Art,
is holding "counties and local sub
red to him, and maybe you can tried a new style of “ troller,” which | and stayed for two months at the
divisions out of millions of dollars make it work.
was condemned by Palandini’s boss home of his brother, Fred Slagle. Ceramics. COMMfcRCh. PHARMACY,
of taxes—over half a million this
net maker as impracticable for this Then he aeaiu went down the river ,ISDlJSTRIAL ARTS,
year.” What fine business sense
coast before it left San Wancisco but soon had to go to the Bandon [ |„g( Home Makers’ Course. Industrial
••I wonder why It Is." said Ittldad, Set lines were also used
is displayed here. The O A C R.
It is said hospital, where his death occurred. Ar*5- Forestry, Business Short Course,
School o f Music —Piano, String, Band,
R. was given thousands of acres of "that so ninny of these social lights that Captain Stamburg, oi the Io* He leaves a widow, formerly Miss
look so like monkeys?”
valuable land on certain conditions
Firm er* Binine** Courte by M ail Free
| "I fancy,” said Cynlcus, "that It Is landa, who is respons'ble for the Aletha Krantz, and a daughter
Address THE REGISTRAR,
J lie conditions never were fulfilled, | because they are such good climbers.” fishing expedition made represen* about four years of age. A S itte r i
1 (tw -7 1ft to % 9 )
Bor w as the slightest attempt made -Ju d ge.
tations to Paladiui that he was Mrs. Roy Cowan, came from Mon* %
. . ■■ mi .
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