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The Coquille Herald
State Game Warden
Expounds the Law
Skin S u f f e r e r s - R e a d ! stavitEs in
The following teller has been re
Entered as second class matter May
8, 1905. at the post ollice at Coquille, ceived from State G mie Warden
Oregon, underact oi Congress oi March
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
I Dear sir:—
On February 6 lh Deputy (I. m,
Devoted to the material and social Warden lv C Hills ol lv gene ar-
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par
ticularly and c f Coos County generally. ! rested John Hawk fi r having ihe
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance ! carcass o f a deer in possession, The
case was taken up before Justice of
Phone Main 381.
the Peace, Jesse G. W ells « f Ktige ie.
Mr. Wells ordeted a direct vei diet
How Captain Panter
o f 'not guilty,” claim ing that we
Escaped $ 1 0 0 Fine have no law against having deer
meat in posession out of season. It
Captain Punter of the steamer
was claimed that the law in regard
Dora tells the Herald of oue of bis
to having deer meat in possession
experiences with the Inspectors of
was repealed by the 1 9 13 session ol
Halls sud Boilers on their last visit
the Legislature. T h e report was
here which indicates that the feeling
published in various newspapers
of exasperation and disgust which
throughout the State that there is
exists among the Coquille steamboat
no provision in the State laws to
men is not without good cause. It
prevent killing deer in seasou or out
seems th a t'th e inspectors had a
o f season. This is not true
¡‘secretary’’ along and that the sec
A ccording to the attorney G en
retary was even more obsessed with
eral, George M. Brown, deer are
a feeling of his importance than the
fully protected under the present
nspectors themselves As so meni
law, and it is not Hue that the 19 13
al a task aa counting life preservers
Legislature repealed the law giviug
was beneath the dignity o f the in
full protection to deer.
spectors, they had Ihe secretary
Chapter 232 of the law o f 1 9 1 3 ,
count them. Then that high and
10 , paragraph (a), provides:
mighty ope cim e up to Captain
“ It shall be lawful within the
Panter and announced; “ Your life
State ot O regon to hunt during the
preservers are short, am) it will cost open season therefor, KUT A T NO
you r hundred dollars tine.” Cap O T H E R T IM E , the tollowiug game
tain Panter insisted that he had the animals aud birds.”
W e w ant all akin sufferers w ho have
Buffered fo r m any years the tortu res o f
disea se and w ho have sought m edical aid
In vain, to read this.
W e. as old esta b lish ed d ru g g is ts o f
t h is com m u n ity, w ish to recom m end to
you a p rod u ct that lias given m any re
lie f and m ay m ean the end o f you r
T he p rod u ct is a m ild, sim ple
w ash, not a patent m edicine co n co cte d o f
va riou s w orth less drugs, but a scientific
com pound m ade o f w ell know n a n tisep tic
It is made in the P.D .D.
la b ora tories o f C h ica go ami is ca lled the
D.D.D. P re s crip tio n f o r Eczem a.
T h is is a d o cto r’ s special p rescrip tion
-—o n e that has effected m any w on d erfu l
The e ffe ct o f D. D. D. is to aoothe in
stantly, as soon as applied; then it pene
trates the pores, d estroys and throw s
off all disease germ s and leaves the
skin clea n and healthy.
W e a ro so confident o f th© m arvelous
p ow er o f D. D. D. that w o h a ve taken
a e v a n ta g o o f the m an u fa ctu rers gu ar
antee, t o o ffe r you a fu ll-s iz e b o ttle on
♦rial. Y ou a re to ju d ge the m erits o f
the rem edy in you r ow n p a rticu la r case.
I f It d o e sn ’ t help you, it co s ts you
D. D. D. Soap is m ade o f the sam e
hea lin g Ingredients. A sk u s abou t it,
C . J. F U H R M A N , D ru g g ist
fawns, or young deer of the first
year, at all times, and that deer
with horns may be lawfully killed
O N L Y FROM A U G U S T 1 ST T O
3 1 ST
Y E A R , A N D IT IS A C R IM E TO
K IL L H O R N E D D E E R A T A N Y
O T H E R T IM E ”
Very truly yours,
W il l ia m L F in l e y ,
State Game Warden.
f ° r about 8150 11 d Inis attach« (1 a
^fiue pair of black horses lielonging
to the latter; while Ci'ttle claims
that ( ’ ill owes him about $380
Justice- Stanley is fervently hoping
that a jury will t ike the brainstorm
end o f it «ff his hands.
M. L Church
Sundav school at 10 a. m
Preaching at 11 a m.umi 7:30 p.m.
Epworth League at 6:45 p ui.
Bible Studi «I the Parsonage Mon
Prayer meeting Thursdays at
7 :3 0 p m.
C. H. H k y a n , Pastor
The germ-laden dust stirred up by
the broom has to be dusted in turn
from furniture, fixtures, draperies
C H I ItC U O F C H ItIH T .
Prayer Meeting W «dins lay 7:31)
Sunday school at 10 a m.
Christ« iu Endeavor u( 6:30 p. ni.
Morning Subject, “ The .Mission of
Eveniug Subject “ Toe Church ”
The Public is cordi 1 lv invited to
all of these services.
J ohn F. L kooktt , Minister.
Christian Science Society
Louis Weire, Chas Hausen, Kltis
Corner Third and Halt streets.
Kingston slid Will Bowron wer« in
Services at 11 a m uext Sunday,
towu Thursday to attend the Road subject “ Substance ”
Sunday School 10 a. 111
They re pro
Wednesday evening meeting 8:00
seuted the North side of C«>os Hav.
Mrs. William G row arrived from
M. L Church South
an extended trip through Calitornia
Sunday school at i o . a m.
the first ot the month. She was
Preaching Sunday 11 a. m. and
Game Warden Thomas was in
also down as lar as Tiu Juana, M ex town last night on bis way back to 7:3 0 p. m.
Epworth League at 6 :45 p m
She took in the San D iego the Eden country, where be int< nils
Prayer meeting W ed. 7 :3 0 p ni.
Fair aud says that it was veiy good to round up the man that he arrest
Choir practice T h in s 7:3 0 p. ni
but that it doesn’ t compare with the ed some time ago for killing deer
J. E W a l b e c k , Pastor.
Panama Pacific Exposition. She
out of season, and wh took French
says that all the buildings at the
S T . JA M E S E P IS C O P A L .
Fair are not com pleted; among h ave of him on the way out of the
Services first aud third Sundays
them being the Argentine building. hills He also stab s that be is after
She says that the Oregon Building violators o f the lieey law. He says of each month.
is grand and the display of M yitle that a good many of them are kil every Sunday at 10 a. m.
Y o .i a re h v a it lly m i l «1 .
required number, and wanted the
Section 2 , paragraph (b), of the wood a'tracts touch attention. The ling «leer under the impression that
Canadian B uilding’ s exhibits are
underling to g o over them again. same Chapter, provides:
composed wholly o f wheat. All ot it is not unlawful, on account of a
R e p o r t o f th e C o n d itio n o f the
Then be wanted to know how many
“ The open season is the time dur- Canada’ s animals are reproduced iu decision made by a judge at Eugene,
he was short, but all the satisfaction iug which any game animal, etc , wheat, aud that it is a wonderful who «leciiled that there was 110 law
At Coquille, in the State of Ore*o*,
he got was that he was “short" und may be taken within the Stale ol display. She also states that the ugaiust killing deer. Mr. Thgmas
would be fined. Marshal A. 1’ . Mil Oregon, under such restrictions aud architects of the Oregon Building states that he is hunting these l «Wi- at the close of business, Mar. 4, 1916.
R e so u rce s
ler happeued to be standing on the regulations as may lie provided by if sawed into lumber, would luruish break.is op, to show them that 11 is
Loans and discounts
dock, and Captain Panter called to law for killing or taking o f same.” enough timber to build a fair sized still unlawful to kill «le« r.
Overdrafts, secured and un
Section 2 , paragraph (c) provides: house. The Palace of Jewels, the
him to bring half a dozen responsi
Bonds and warrants
9, 839. 1 i
W . M. Feller Drowned
“ Closed seasons is the time during most attractive building, has its
ble citizens and come aboard and
count the life preservers. Marshal which it is prohibited by law with entire front plastered with Jewels ol j
Furniture and fixtures
in the State o f Oregon to hunt, pur all sizes. And they are real ones at | News 1ms beeu receive I here by Due from banks (not reserve
Miller, without leaving the dock,
sue, take, kill, injure, destroy OR that. With the electric lights tu rn-' Mrs Fred Belluni, of the leatb of
called on several citizens and they H A V E IN PO SSESSIO N A N Y ed on at night this is one of the W M Feller, the husband of a form Checks and other cash items
Cash on hand
went aboard and counted, as re G A M E A N IM A L , fur-bearing ani most wonderful sights to he seen at «r Coquille-girl, Mist Connie Rohi Other
quested. They found 103 life pre mal, game bird or game fish, OR the Fair grounds.
sou. The telegram states that be
- - - $87,768.97
W hile Mrs G row states that w h s drowned Saturday while work
servers aboard, the exaot num ber A N Y P A R T T H E R E O F .”
Section 1 0 , paragraphs (c) and (k) every thing is nice at the present ing on the government works at
requ ire! — 10 0 for the passengers
provide for open seasou as follows,
aud one each for the crew.
take in the fair for six weeks at the riceived another message Monday Surplus fund
In the mean time, Ihe inspectors
least; because in that length of time stating that the body bad not y et Undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid
and their man F iday bad gone horns, from August 1 st to October everything will Lbe completed, all been recovered.
Due banks and banker
3 1 st of each year.
Bag limit, three the exhibits there and everything
- . • - -
Deposits due State Treasurer 49,333.62
to the depot to take the train. such deer during any one season.”
Individual deposits subject to
Taken to Hospital
Marshal Miller hurried down there
Section 2 , paragraph ( 1 ) pro
Mrs. Grow had been visiting her
and told the clerk tLat he had found vides:
son, W in. Grow, at San D iego, and
Mrs. R. Maddox, of this city, was
103 life preservers on the Dora.
The word possession means that she also visited at Los Angles and taken to the Mercy Hospital at
Total - - - - $87,768.97
‘ W eb,’’ replied the c'eik , 1 they were if there be any person or two or there met Alton Grimes, former North Bend, Friday morning.
She State of Oregon, )
not theie when I was thi re.”
But mote persons, any ot whom , with ly of this place, w o is now employ- was taken sick a couple of days be County of Coos. )' ss*
I, It. H. Mast, cashier of the above-
fore, and, while the d octor thinks her
M iller i n f o r m 'd him so emphatical the knowledge and consent of the e«l on t)ie L. A Examiner.
named bank, do solemnly swear that
- • -
ly that none P a l been brought
the above statement is true to the
bird, game animal or fish or fur-
it best to have her removed from best of my knowledge and belief.
Odd Fellows on a Jaunt
aboard, t i his c o ia io knowledge
bearing animal iu custody cr posses
R# H. M ast , Cashier.
the Baxter Hotel to tlie hospital
that the representatives of the glory sion, it shall he deemed an 1 taken
where things are quieter. Dr. M or Correct —Attest: O. C. S anford ,
East Wednesday several members row, of North Beu'l, is the attend
R. S. K nowlton ,
and power of llie.-e U n itei States to be in the custody and possession
that, “ We will of each aud all o f them, and if any of the Odd Fellows lodge, o f this ing physician.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 9th day of Mar., 1915.
have to let that flue go ”
animal, or fish or (ur-bearing ani
o. C. S antoro .
If Captain Panter had not been mal in possession W H E N IT IS by auto and coni'erred the First and
gifted with th< presence of m ind.be I L L E G A L T O T A K E O R H A V E Second Degrees on caudidates for j
have been SA M E , SUCH F A C T S H A L L BE tiie M yrtle Point Lodge.
Notice to Creditors
F A C IE
E Y ID E N C E First Degree was given them about N earer.
mulched lo the tune f oi.e hundred P RIM A
Then 11 adjourned to the!
Hans Christiau Christensen mid
In the County Court of the State of
dollars entirely without cause and
Oregon for the County of Coos.
banquet hall where supper was Sylvia Hazelton.
SU CH G A M E IL L E G A L L Y ” J
In the Matter of the Estate of Fran
through the incompetence of a swell
Loyla C. Noah aril Elmer Drol- cis Marion Sanderlin, deceased.
Section 3 5 , paragraph (a), o f the served. After satisfying their ap- i
bea I clothed with a Utile brief
petites they put tne candidates1 ]iu
Notice is hereby given that the un
same act, provides:
dersigned has been duly appointed
through the Second Degree.
The I " ’ T .
authority. The insufferable affront-
Possession of game animals or meeting broke up about 12 :3 0 and \ ‘ ”
of the last will and testa
oz*er an'' Mabel Hall.
ery of some of these Portland ginks
any portion theteo', D U R IN G T H E themerry makers plowed back home In the Circuit Cour7 ; f the Stafe of Dre. ment and of the estate of Francis Mar-
i ion Sanderlin, deceased. All persons
who imagine they came from a real CLO SE D S E A S O N , shall be prim .
through I lie m ild in fhc w e e small j
g o n in and fo r th e C o u n ty
| having claims against said estate are
city, wheu they get so far from home facie evidence that the same have hours.” There were three car loads
I hereby notified to present the same du-
o f C oo>.
j ly verified as by law required to the un-
is often amusing, but when it is like
in all. The members that repre- j Rufus N. Cranfill,
I dersigned at the office of Geo. P. Top-
ly to cost m man a bundled dollm s quarter of any deer anil the carcass seuted the lodge from this place
I F>ing, Bandon, Oregon, within six
o f any other game animal cr game
I months from the date of this notice.
were G ee Leach. I)r. Moore, Kirk Patriek D. Cranfill, (Be-
it ceases to be f iriny.
bird shall have been tagged by 1 Price, Jess Beyers, Harry O erdm g, fore his adoption, Patrick
Dated this the 2nd day of March, 1915.
game wardeu, etc.
Zanta E. D. Callaghan
John Lawrence. William Brunker, D. Clark) and Fanny!
In this connection, we give below
The law, therefore, very plainly M. M cDonald. Lloyd O ddy, Frank
A - r - Nosier and f
Ihe ' ej h pint ly C ¡ t o n IT. «V. states that if a man is arrested for I.eslie. T racy I .c ,c b .S ,m i : P|>ersn 11, » « f e T
Dunham to Ihe letter from Collect having game birds or game animals, Logan Kay, Owen k n o w lto o , John her husband Samuel H. !
Sheriffs Sale of Real Property on Foreclosure
or Burke, published in the Herald, or any portion thereof, in possession Ensele, and Sherman Hurlord.
The above mentioned members
Notice is hereby given, That by vir-
iu which the government official de during the closed season, it shall be
IO, Patrick D. Cranfill, Fanny Clark, I tue of an execution duly issued out of
eonstitute the Degree Team o f Co
mands that the former send affidav prima facie evidence o f guilt, an.l
A. L. Nosier, Annie R. Nosier, Marin* i the Circuit Court of the State of Ore-
*L Bryan and her husband Samuel H. ¡gon, for the County of Coos and to me
its to support the statements which the burden ol proof rests with the
lvVt-i} « d\ n.i(1 a go d time ml ap Bryan, the above entitled defendants, i directed on the 13th day of February
he had made in the Marshfield Sun, defendant to show to the ju iy that predated the royal treatment given
IN I HE NAME OF THE STATE 1915 upon a judgment and decree duly
¡OF OREGON: You are hereby noti-. rendered, entered of record and docket-
regarding conditions with which ev he did not come in possession ol his them by the Myrtle Pointers.
tied that you are required to appear! ed in and by said Court on the 14th day
ery one on the river was familiar. game illegally.
and answer the complaint filed against j of January 1915 in a certain suit then in
! you iii the above entitled suit within six ; said Court pending, wherein W. H.
Capt. Dunham reproduces the letb r
Section 6 2 , paragraph (b ), of
from the date of the first publi-' Bunch was plaintiff and Adolph G Raab
from memory, but it is essentially a
Chapter 2 3 2 , provides:
The L (). M S. girls spent a cation of this summons, to-wit: within1 and Charlotte E. Raab, his wife, and
copy of the one seat.
six weeks from the 9th day of March, James Magee were defendants in favor
“ Unless otherwises pecifically pro very pleasant afternoon last Friday 1915; and il y-u fail to appear and an-j , of plaintiff and against said defendants
svYur on or lu fore the 20th
day of April, by which execution I am commanded to
vided, any person violating any ol
the provisions ot this act shall he Most of the time was tak* n up with 1915 that date being the last date of \ sell the property in said execution and
Collector of Customs
of hereinafter described to pay the sum
guilty of a misdemeanor and shall conversation and music, though publication, .figment will be order
taken \ due the plaintiff of Seven Hundred]
be punished by a fine o f not less some whs occupied with an im against you ! r want thereof, for the Twenty and 18-100 Dollars, with inter-!
than 5 2 5 .c o nor more th n $500 00 promptu “ silent drama” that would relief demanded in plaintiff *s complaint, est thereon . at the rate of eight per
Your receut communication re and costs o f such suit or action, or have made D.ivid Griffith, himself, a succinct sta ment of which is as fol- cent, per annum from the 14th day of
i January 1915 until paid together with
ceived, and will honor you with a by imprisonment 111 the county jail j open h is eyes if be had been ho for lows:
l hat plaintilf’s title to the lands des- the costs and disbursements of said suit
reply. The interpretation of it was in the county wherein such unlaw tunate ns to see it
The club mem eribed in the complaint, to-wit: the taxed at $ . . . . and an Attorney fee of
uncertain; whether it was intended
and ’ costs and expenses of said
ful act was committed tor not less burs present were Mildred Norton, ] south-east quarter of the north-west $75.00
for a threat to banish me ns an ex
«luarter, and the north-east quarter of
than 30 days or more than six V"udn McCabe, L anna Curry, Vera the Bouth-w« quarter of Section 12, execution. I will on Saturday the 20th
day of March 1915 at the hour of 10
ile for daring to write I be facts.
months, or both such fine and im K liy, Olive Kowey, Alice Curry, in Township
<outh of Range 13 West o'clock A. M. of said day at the Front
For your information, I do not
Dorothy Snow, Myrtle Cunningham, of the Willai ttc Meridian, in Coos door of the County Court House in Co-
have any dates, neither do I draw a
Mary L* var and Mary Fusonne.
County, Oi « > i containing eighty acres quille, Coos County, Oregon, sell at
Attorney General Brown coil
salary for such nor employ a sten
■ f land, mon nr less, be quieted and, public auction to the highest bidder for
! that you, tin defendants, and each o f' cash in hand on the day of sale, all the
ographer, paid from the U S. eludes his opinion as follows:
on, he forever enjoined and restrained : right, title, interest and estate which
treasury. What I wrote I do not
“ T aking into consideration the de
from sotting p any claim of right, title, said defendants Adolph G. Raab, Char-
retract n or apologize for; for these finition o f the words "hunt,” as de
this . cite interest or estate in or to said described lotte E. Raab, his wife, ami James Ma
TO ZIE R -H A L L — In
were existing circumstances^ and are fined by the Legislature in Section j .March 6, 1915, E. 1 Tozier a. .1 , rear
n’s^ property or any portion thereof: gee or either o f them, and all persons
for his costs
,„.o claiming under them subsequent to the
easily corroborated; and do not 2 , paragraph (f), and "o p e n ” and , Mabel Hall, Rev (!
and for such other relief as the Plaintiff’s Mortgage Lien in, of and to
have any fear or favor to ask of "closed seasons" as provided iti , Hein ting.
Court may tleem meet and equitable in said Real Property said Mortgaged j
paragraphs (a ) and (c) of Section
premises hereinbefore mentione«! are
N O A H -D liO LLIN G E R In this city the premises.
H. W. Dunham.
10 , and the declaration when it shall
Service of this summons is made by described in said execution as follows, I
Mar. 6. 1915 Loyla C. Noah and publication in pursuance of an order to-wit: The South Half of the North
* - • - -
lie unlawful to hunt within the State. 1
Alma Drollinffer, both o f Marsh madejby the 11 norable .lames Watson, East Quarter and the North Half of the
The Law Says
and that it shall he lawful at no
t’ndd, Rev ( ' H Bryan officiating. County Juil«' 'or Coo«County, Oregon, South East Quarter of Section Twenty-
House Bill No. 271, introduced other time, and the declaration by
dated the oth lay of March, 1915, di- eight Township Twenty-four South of
rvi.* thereof be made Range Twelve West of 'jhe Willamette
by C. R Barrow and passed bv the the Legislature in Secti 11 6 2 , that
Carl vs Cottle
by publication thereof in the Coquille Meridian in Coos County. Oregon.
provides "Additional any person violating any of the pro
Herald, a weekly newspaper, published
Said sale being made subject to re
open season for the Coquille Valley, 1 visions of the Act known as Chap
An interesting ease of itifference nt the City of Cm)uille, Coos County, demption in the manner provided by
Coos County— Ducks from Dect m- ter 2 3 2 , shall be guilty of a misde of opinion will be pulled off in Jus Oregon, once a week for a period of law.
ber 31st to January 31st.” Thi--, »g meanor and prescribing a penalty tice Stanley'a court Friday when tb e i"'* weeks,
Dated this 13th day of February 1915.
A. J. S herwood
Alfred Johnson, ,Ir„
has been stated in the Herald, is an for said crim e, it is clearly made case of H. L. Carl vs T. J Cott e
ami L. A. L lu E q v iS T
Sheriff o f Coos County, Oregon.
"extension of two weeks and helps criminal to kill female deer, spotted «»ill c rue up, Carl has sued Cottle
Attorneys for Plaintiff. 2-16-5t
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