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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1915)
T h e C o q u i l l e H e r a l d More About Corn
Logging Camp Being
Oregon Made Good«
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
Opened at Beaver Hill
Win Court Ruling
HU B US HE D E V K K Y TUESDAY
Couuty Agriculturist Smith gives
“(It urge Slepbeusou who was at
Oregou made loggers shots '..wit-
S . f S K . 'i t W i r ^ t 'o f f l S “ ‘ ctouUlV! the Herald the following particulars San Francisco returned home I .at protected against competition ol a
Oregon, under act o! Congress of March regarding the coin contests which oight," eats the Reoord
• M r.
he is organizing for this season. As Stephenson brought back some very
the possibilities for corn culture vary ! vital news for Coos Kay, aud it as-
P. C. LEVAR, Leasee.
considerably in different parts of sures the opening of the B e a v e r
the county, Mr Smith has divided Hill camp at once, and continuous,
Devoted to the material and social (b couuty into three distrcts, so and perhaps double shift sawing at
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par-
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ticularly and cf Coos County generally, that the farmers of the less favorable tba North Bend Mill and Lun.ber
Subscription, $1.60 per year in advance Xocalities will not have to compete Company’s plant at North Bend for
M. L Church
W e want all «kin sufferers who have
suffered for m any year« the tortures of
disease un«t who have sought m edical aid
In vain, to read this.
W e, us old established dru ggists o f
th is com m unity, wish to recom mend to
’ou a product that has given m any re-
ief and m ay m ean the end o f your
The product Is a mild, simple
w ash, not a patent medicine concocted o f
Various w orthless drugs, but a scientific
compound made o f well known antiseptic
It Is made in the D.D.D.
laboratories o f Chicago and Is called the
D .D .D . Prescription fo r Eczem a.
T h is Is a doctor's special prescription
— one that bu s effected m any wonderful
Sutidav school at to a. in.
poorer grade tnunulaciured in tbe
Preaching at tl a ill.and 7:30 p.m
Epworlh League al 6:45 p ui
Eas', when Judge Kelly of the Cir
Bible S:udy at the Parsonage Mon i
cuit Court, in Marion couuty,
granted the Then Bergman Shoe,
Prayer meeting Thursdays at
Manufacturing Co , of Portland, a 7:30 p m. C. H. B r y a n , Pastor
perpetual injunction against the
Price Shoe Co., ol Salem, and a ra i
Christian Science Society
Corner Third and Hall streets.
ded damages and costs for the in
Services at 11 a m next Sunday
jury to business aud lepuialiou
Doctrine of Atonement.’’
caused hy Price’s sale of inferior | Sundav School 10 a . m.
shoes represented to be the genuine
Wednesday evening meeting 8:90
"Tne injunction,” said Mr Berg-
M. L Church South
Sunday school at 10. a m.
manu, "will serve as a warning to
Preaching Sunday u a. m and
those who try to injure mv trade by-
7:30 p. m.
selling inferior Logger shoes as
F 7 pwoith League at 645 p m.
mine I have always made a high- j Prayer meeting Wed 7:30 p m. I
grade shoe, and unscrupulous met-' Choir practice Sat. 7:30 p. m.
chants have hurt me by selling1
J. K W alheck , Pastor.
cheap shoes under my name Sevenr|
CHURCH OK CHRIST.
witnesses testified at the Price trir.l
that inferior* shoes had been sold » Prayer Meeting Wednesday,
them as genuiue Bergman shoes at j p in.
Bergman prices ”
! Sunday school at 10 a ni.
Theo. Bergmann has been man-
^ristian Endeavor 7 p. m.
| Morning Subject— “ The N ew
ufacturiug a n d selling Loggers
| Testament Church, Ihe Ordinances „
shoes, of a high class only, in Port- 1 Evening Subject— “ The N e w
land for the past it years and has I Testament Church, The Discipline ’ ’
had considerable trouble in recent 1 Ihe Public is oordi 11v invited to
years in protecting his reputation. U*1
J o h n I. L e o o e t t , Munster.
All shoes manufactured by the
Theo. Bergmann Shoe Manufactur
ST . J A M E S E P IS C O P A L .
ing Co. are stamped as a means to
Services first and third Sundays
identification with their trade mark, of each month.
yet some ot the shoes offered in evi every Sunday at 10 a. m.
Y o u a re hraitily wile *»
dence at tbe trial bore the trade
mark of the Eastern manufacturers
and the customers were made to be
Quartet is Great
lieve they were a. new style of the
The entertainment given by'th e
hopes to have no further trouble of Uuiversity Male Qua-tel Thursday
this nature but he will vigorously evening at the Scenic under tbe
prosecute all cases that are brought auspices rtf the Library Association
to his attention
j was fully up to tbe advance notice-,
The effect o f D. D. D. is to soothe in
stan tly, as soon a s applied; then it pene
trates the pores, destroys and throw s
off all disease germ s and leaves the
skin olean and healthy.
W e are so confident o f tho marvolouS
power o f D. D. D. that wo have taken
ad vantage o f the m anu facturers guar
antee, tri offer you n fu ll-slz o bottle on
trial. Y ou ore to Judge tho m erits o f
the rem edy In your ow n particu lar case.
I f it d oesn't help you, It costs you
D. D. D. Soup Is m ade o f tho sains
healing Ingredients. A sk us about 1U
with those where the conditions are six months. The company has or-
C . J. F U H R M A N , D ru g g ist
ders ahead for this six months run,
The Myrtle Point district will in- and expects fully to be obliged to
elude all Forks of the Coquille river put on a double crew,
COQUEL L A N D COKEEL
“The logging contract at Beaver
Until the settlers and their direct above Myrtle Point.
was taken over by McDonald
The New Shoe Styles
descendents are all dead and buried,
the pronunciation of the name ol include the valley from Myrtle aud Vaughn and the camp ¡a being
z Are Truly Feminine
prepared for opening next- Monday
this town and river will probably Point to the sea.
be eternally bobbing up tor discus- j The Coos Bay district will take morning. Loge will be coming out
N e v e r h a v e w o m e n ’s s h o e s
slon Whether ’ ’Coquen” or "Co in the Coos Bay watershed and the to tbe mill within a week or ten
p lay ed a m ore im portant part in
keel" is the right way to say it de-
correct toilette than during the
In each district prizes will be of work in the camp The Sway ne und
com in g F all and W in ter Seasons.
pends altogether on the point ol
As is usual, o u r sto ck com prises
Hoyt people have purchased addi
view. Perhaps as good a working fered for the following exhibits:
e*. all of th e a cce p te d m odes for
A —lor the best yield of ensilage tional timber and it ie close to tbe
plan as anv is this: If you have
ft- form al an d inform al w ea r. T h e ir
camp now established there.
$100 or more it is Cokeel; if you per Sere.
ele g a n ce o f curve an d con tou r
B— for the best yield of ear corn orders for the new run require- fir
are broke it is Coquell. Coquell is
is restrained b y g o o d form— CSS-
and spruce timber.
®* refined by g o o d taste. D e vo id o f all exaggeration,
the common, scrub, Indiau name per acre.
C— for the best bushel of corn.
“The mill at North Bend will em
that the explorers found here when
D— for the best ten ears of corn. ploy as now, 45 men, and in the
they found the river; Cokeel is the
Iu making the score, the follow event of double shifting, it will have
product of advancing civilization,
and crept in after the country had ing points will be given the percent ss many more working.
reached that stage of development age indicated: Yield, 75; record of ber was bought of Frank Boutin,
make th e ir a p p e a l to e v e ry w o m an w h o ap p reciates good form , good
when aspiration! of something more
an d u n u su al w ea rin g qu alities.
Lyman Bunch, who had
refined and melifluous and Frenchy of exhibit, 10.
Y o u o w e it to y o u rse lf an d to y o u r p o ck ctb o o k to exam in e th ese splen
began to make themselves felt. Tne
d id n e w m od els be fo re m akin g y o u r selection.
early settlers never thought of call cational purposes, that is, to find ! engaged to handle the output,
Y o u are a lw a y s assu red o f courteou s treatm ent an d expert fitting at o ’ r
“ Mr. Stephenson said today, in
ing it anything but Coquell, and out what can actually be doue with
up to forty years ago, or less, the coru in this county, the actual cost relating the De.v activity plans, there
man who said Cokeel would have of production is a point of very great is no question ot the mill closing
been looked upon in about the importance to the farmers, and it is down again inside six months be-
same light as the weartr of a shiny desired that »11 who take part in the cause they have lumber enough sold
plug hat in the early mining camp contest keep as accurate as possible to keep it busy for that time.
days. An old government map is an account of the time actually company has timber in the Beaver
in existence on which the spelling spent in tbe raising of tbe crop and Hdl district amounting to over 200 ,-
is most aggregriously andshamless- any items of expense that enter into 000.000 feet, sufficient for a 10
ly "Coquell.’’ Not long ago an the cost of production, from the years cut. The firm is here to sfsy
article was republished in one of time tbe first start is made until the and will be one of the chief indus
| and was a rare treat for those who
Good Citizens Depart
tries of Coos Bay.
the county papers that had been crop ts ready for harvest.
| like really high class vocal ni"sie of
One point on which Mr. $mith
“ Mr. Stephenson informed the
written years ago by the late Or
Mr. and Mrs. F’red Von Pegert that kind. Tbe four voices were *11
ville Dodge, the Coos and Curry lays great stress is the importance Record the lumber market is gain
passage on the Elizabeth for tine, especially the tenor and bais,
historian, and he had spelled the of good seed lor the best results. ing slowly and would be much bet
their way to Napa and they bleuded together in a way
name "Coquell" throughout the Another is the chance for profit in ter if there was not a lack of facil
that was simply wonderful. Sotnc
I f AV’ING bought the plant of the Co-
article. How the present spelling the raising of good seed. As an in ities for shipping, mauy small boats Cal., where they will make their very high class music was rendered,
quille Mill and Mercantile Com
came to be fiually adopted does not stance, this season there is a great having gone to tbe eastern coast for
as well hr some of the more popular
the undersigned is no\V prepared
appear; but it may have been at the shortage of seed cotn of the Minne business."
kind. As the T vers of the latter in
all orders for any kind of
advice ot a wise guy from the inter
summer they went to Napa and the audience were the more demon
ior, who advanced the theory that best for ensilage in this county. The
Woman’s Study Club
stayed several months, finding that strative in their appreciation, tbe
the Indians got the name from the demand far outruns the supply and
fhe change was very beneficial to performers responded to tbe demand
French explorers and in that case a very large quantity of the best
On Monday afternoon of last week Mrs Von Pegert At that time, Mr. quite noticeably. Many eucor<s
the spelling should lie F'rencbified. seed would find a ready market now tbe Womau’s Study Club met in tbe
Especial attention will be paid to the
were given, and it was evident tb it
After this opening wedge was in at 10 cents per pound This condi City Library, with Mrs. R. B. Rog Von Pegert worked in a large ma-
demand, and every effort will# be
serted,it was easy for another erudite tion has prevailed every spring for ers, First Vice President, in the
to supply anything needed at the
gentlcmon to point out that, the some years and is likely to be seen chair. The President, Mrs. W. J.
having been recently assured of this | "Lite the Library Association made
name being F'rench and spelled
Longston, was in Bandoo at tbe after he and C. I. Kime had sold out ! no Protr* worth naming there whs
"Coquille," it should be given a It is needless to point out to the bedside of her sick mother. Mrs.
no monetary loss, aud the reputa
French pron uncut ion, a n d ‘Cokeel’’ farmer the fact that there is a hand S. V. Epperson handled "Hidalgo the Kime-Von Pegert garage and
tion of the association for bringing
would be the proper caper. This, some profit in corn at to ceuts a and Morelos, the Fathers of Inde machine shop here. Fred is a thor
good entertninments was tur-
ough machinist and all-around good
coming at t h e time mentioned pound, or over $5 00 a bushel.
Regarding corn culture on Coos pendence.” Mrs. H W. Young bad and teliable citizen, and he will tained.
above when Highbrow aspirations Bay, which has long been consider been assigned “Iturbide and Santa
were in the air, was seized upoD ed a hopless proposition, Mr Smith Anna.’’ She being absent, her pa make good wherever he goes His
with avidity by the budding aris has on exhibition three ears of corn per was read by the Secretary.
tocracy Though not one in a hun raised on Kentuck inlet which he Mrs. R. B. Rogers finished with know him, and his friends ate many,
Last Friday two young women of
dred knew whether Coquell or Co savs are excellent and show fine “ From the Establishment of the Re for he has lived in this valley all
this vicinity, one of whom ie mat -
possibilities for th; raising of en
keel sounded the more Frenchy, silage.
public to the war with tbe United en at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ! ried, hired a livery team for a short
they knew that the former bad a
Further particulars about the States.”
Candlin one evening last week, and drive. They went to Myrtle Point,
Siwash origin and was "low," so contest will be given as plans are
Portland Semi-Weekly Journal
The remainder of the Mexico tbe best wishes of all follow this where they caused considerable ex
Have vou paid tbe printer.
and Coquille Hotad, both for $2.00
they began to use the latter. That worked out.
course will consist of readiogs from worthy couple to their uew home. citement by their wild actions, and
a year in advance.
pronunciation has been gaining
also took a trip with a couple of
office before the nose of the most tbe State Library books used as
ground ever since and will probably
Improving the Blood
in Ihe Circuit Court of the Stele of O re
male Hninials to Norway, where some
independently individualistic Amer text books.
Notice to Creditors
gon in and for the County
win out in the end But the former
ican of them all, and see him bite
will be heard for some years yet.
R. C. Dement, ol Myrtle Point, j Qf (be p*rty were thrown from the
Notice is hereby given that the un Rufus M. Cranfill,
at it. In fact, most any kind of a of both Mrs. H W. Young aud
This is the plain, unvarnished tale
dersigned has teen duly appointed ad
government job is preferred to a M s. J. L. Smith, lendering it im- recently visited the livestock show blllfKy As they did not return iu a ministrator of the estate of Elizabeth
of Ccquell and Cokeel.
similar oue under private owner I possible for them to attend club at Portland and there purchased a reasonable time, the livery man got E. Davenport, deceased, and that all Creed Cranfill, (Before
persons having clainTs against said es his adoption, Patrick
tate, are hereby notified that they are | D. Clark) and Fanny P.
In commenting on the proposi ship, the wages being tbe same, that day, the lesson in Domestic
movement of bis herds. He shipped lu charge by the Marshal at Myrtle required to present the same, duly veri Clark; A. L. Nosier and '
tion of government ownership ol whether it be city, county, state or Science goes over until tbe next
the calf on the Breakwater leaving Polnt „ bout midnight and they fied with the vouchers therefor to the j his wife Annie R. Nosier. |
undersigned at the office of A. J. Sher j Marinda J. Bryan and I
steamship, railroad and telephone national government. Why do not meeting, April 2 t> On that occasion
Portland at 8 a ra. Friday, and he we,.e br,,Ug bt buck to towu about wood, in Coquille Coos County, Oregon, | her husband Samuel H. !
and telegraph lines a prominent these people assert their right of tbe annual election of officers will
was considerably surprised to re 4 o’clock in tbe morning A charge within six months from the date of this ' Bryan,
man recently said: "It will be up private enterprise--aud go to dig be held, aud it is hoped that all the
ceive a dispatch at 8 p. m. Saturday- of cruelty to animals was lodged
Dated this 20th day of April, 1915.
TO, Creed Cranfill, Fanny P. Clark,
to the American people to open ging clams?
E. F . D a v e n p o r t ,
saving that tbe animal was sale at against them, and they will have a
A. L. Nosier, Annie R. Nosier, Marin
Administrator of the estate of
their eyes and choose between pri
.1. Bryan and her husband Samuel H.
j borne at Myrtle Point, which was bearing before
Touching the subject 6f good
Elizabeth E. Davenport, Deceased. ! da
Bryan, the above entitled defendants.
vately-owned business under the
| much quicker dispatch than he ex Thursday. There seems no doubt 4-30-5t
roads, the Herald would like to
THE NAME OF THE STATE
perity note is sounded by the dis
species of regulation which is now
j OF OREGON: You are hereby noti-
know if the “ road drag” has ever
Notice to Creditors
i tied that you are required to appear
patches that announce a to percent
established and socialism, under
been tried in this county. For sev- i
; and answer the complaint filed against
I should be taken care of.
which they would be mere parts of
you in the above entitled suit within six
eral yesrs bsck, tbe papers of t b e j ^ ' / Wa8M by ,he CalmUt and G o o d S to rie * a n d U i e f u I In j before the grand jury yesterday, and
weeks from the date of the first publi
companies in the Michigan
a machine embracing the whole
dersigned has been duly appointed ad cation
county have been publishing col
of this summons, to-wit: within
: a very serious charge agaiust a pir- ministrator of the. estate of David M.
I copper mines.
Nation and directing every activity
weeks from the lflth day of March,
umns of matter about the road
Drew, deceased, and all persons having 1915;
if you fail to appear and an-
workmen are affected, and one inci-
In two things The Youth’s Cora- ty now away from here may result. claims
ol each individual This is the con
against the said estate are here
drag; the cheapness and simplicity
on or before the 27th day of April,
by required to present them, with the ] swer
dent of the real thing, likq this, is a panion is first and foremost— espi-
dition in the warring European na
1915 that date being the last date of
of its construction and operation,
proper vouchers, withinsix months from the
time prescribed in the order of
East Fork Items
betier indication oi reviving confi- tal stories and useful information,
tions today, i. e. tbe government
the date of this notice, to the under publication,
and the good result obtained on all
judgment will be taken
signed administrator, at the law office j against you for
dence than a week ol excitement on I There are stories for boys that de -1
controls eveiything in the interest
want thereof, for the
kinds of dirt roads If any reader
j relief demanded in plaintiff 's complaint,
I the New York stock gamblers’ ex- light tht-ir fathers, stories for girls, Mr. Dobius went out to Douglas Coos County. Oregon.
of war operations. It can hardly
of the Herald knows of an instance
! a succinct statement of which is as fol
tbaF-ciiarm their mothers.
There County «ud brought back a span of
Dated this 13th day of April, 1915.
be imagined that a free people like
where the drag has been given a
G u y D rew
are stories that make you hold your
>rses he bought
that plaintiff's title to the lands des-
ours will consent to having their
a trial, this paper would be murli
| cribed in the complaint, to-wit: the
move you to, (riant Harry of McCoy ie visiting 4-13-5t David M. Drew. Deceased.
right of private enterprise usurped
south-east quarter of the north-west
Lots of Cream
pleased to publish an account ol the
j quarter, and the north-east quarter of
And it is a liberal education j relatives in Brewster Valley,
in this manner ’ ’
experiment and its results.
the south-west quarter of Section 12,
F, N Harry has received bis auto-
And the curious, tbe unexplain
Henry Belloni, of the Coquille to read what the Companion offers
in Township 28 south of Range 13 West
of the Willamette Meridian, in Coos
able thing is that even in thiscoun-
A Coquille business man informs Valley Creamery, states that tbe you in sound, practical, trustworthy mobile,
|( ounty, Oregon containing eighty acres
try of free born or freely imported j the Herald that a few weeks ago an creamery will receive a large ship- information. All of it—fiction nnd
| of land, more or less, be quieted and
Ivin Laird is running an auto
! that you, the defendants, and each of
Amcrican citizens there seems to be j itineiant "oculist” or optometrist ( ment of cteam every day from now
U I W ILL GIVE $ 1 0 0 0 you, be forever enjoined and restrained
no more trouble id finding employes spent a week or so in this city can on during tbe summer.
He savs with the one aim of leaving tbe
M. U Miller hauled the doors If I FAIL to CURE any CANCER or TUMOR i treat j from setting up any claim of right, title,
for the goverument-owued post vassing the town and taking orders that they are receiving more cream reader better and wiser, if possible, an«t windows, for Ed Abernethy’s before it P O IS O N S deep glands ir ittichis to bono I interest or estate in or to said described
real property or any portion thereof;
NO KNIFF, NO PAIN.
offices than for the privately owned for spectacles and delivering them now than at any time since the than be was before
lor his costs and disbursements in this
house, from Coquille last week NO PAY UNTIL CURED
| suit, and for such other relief as the
telegraph or telephone lines and at the houses. The Herald’s infer- creamery started. They are getting thousands of readers will chierfully Ed’s house is some h use— 1000 No
X - Ray or other
Ccurt may deem meet and equitable in
In lact, there is less, mant also says that there is an or most of the cream from the ranches **y that of The Companion.
How pounds of window weights.
lnnt makes the cures
Service of this summons is made by
lor one hardly ever bears of a strike dinance in this city requiring that n up in the Bear creek country, ni*,iv periodicals can honestly »ay
publication in pursuance of an order
Born, April 14 to Mr and Mrs. or h.xly long L CANCER
ol post office employes in the Unit- license be paid by any one peddling Henry says that there is cream that of themselves? Omy a handful
made by the Honorable James Watson,
120 PA6E BOOK Sent Free
Wm T. Culbertson, a daughter.
Testimonials of 10.000
County Judge for Coos County, Oregon,
It almost seems as or soliciting orders for goods within coming in now from places way up Test tbe matter for yourself
Write to some
the 16th day of March, 1915, di
(Jordon Shepherd of McKinley is A N Y L U M P in
though they were as well paid and ; the town limils, but that this opera on Randolph Slough from parties for sample oopies. Better yet, semi
recting that service thereof be made
hv publication thereof in the Coquille
as contented with their lot as any tor enriched the city exchequer by that he never knew existed.
He *2 00 for the 52 issues of tbe coin-
Herald, a weekly newspaper, published
Mr. Hanson of Middle Creek is Tt Nlways poisons dsop ilands nnd KILLS OlIfCKLY j at
other class of wage earners.
We no contribution. The Herald would savs that business is nicking ud t in£ .v.e.*r You won t regret it
the City of Coquille, Coos County,
'1 HE YOUTH'S C O M PAN IO N
Poor cured at half price if cancer is yet small Oregon, once a week for a period of
might think that this was because like to remark that the best thing something wonderful and that It H2 Berkeley Street, Boston, Mass
« f r m Old Dr. & Mrs. Or. Chamley & Co '¿ y j * ; six weeks.
all these people lack the true Amer- to do with an ordinance that is not sure looks like a big summer (or the N
A . J. S h e r w o o d
Subscriptions Received at this * Mrs. John McVey was at Coquille 4 3 4 $ 4 3 6 Valencia S t , San Francisco. Cal.
and L. A. LlLJEqviST
ican spirit Hut vou dangle a post enforced is to ditch it.
K IN D LY M A IL TH IS to som eoni with C A H C ER
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Pilone Main 381 .
U tz &D unn C o
footwear fa Women
LYONS. & JONES
E. E. JOHNSON
WOMAN’S BREAST >s CANCER