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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1915)
Eighth G rade Diplomas
between any place iu a foreign
couutry. and any place within tbe
United Slates, shall be punished by
County Supl. Raymond E. Baker
P U B L 18 U X D
T V M > 1 \
J f i t isn t tin (bastm an
a fine of not less than one thousand
furnishes the following list of pupils
Entered as second class matter May nor more than ten thousand dollars;
passiug the recent 8th grade exami
J t isn t a 7K.o()aA’
8, llX'j. at the [•oat office at Coquille, one-half to the use of the informer
Oregon, underact ol Congress of March
pim->e of the visitor», as well as a,
When the death of any person is
North Bend, Dist. No. 13 -lim-
vole of appreciate j : i , r :id are entitled
caused by tbe explosion of any
ma Anthony, Ruth Skeltou, Gene
« ' j f it isn ’t a J i o d a /i
The county convention of the to much ctcilit fjr the complete vieve E- Bressem, Garland R. Frye,
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
quantity ol such articles, or either
Next year’s cou- Harry C. Maybee, Irved C. Berg-
J t isn ’t
'u toi/ra p/tic
of them, . . . every person who ■ Knights ot Pythias, held here last
Devoted to the material and social knowingly placed or aided, is guil-1 Saturday afternoon and evening venlion will be held at Myrtle Point. luud, Joseph G Anthony, Glen
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par ty of manslaughter, and shall suffer 1 was an affair which for real social
Hadduck, Eugene L * Holmes,
ticularly and cf Cooa County generally. 1
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance imprisonment for a period not less enjoymeul would be hard to surpass.
Theodore Johnson, Viola Helm,
J f i t isn ’t J (litu i/ra p fi il ■
The splendid order of tbe Knights
Moi.day aftvruoou ilie L O M S. Roscoe Hart, Albert Cavan ugh,
of Pythias was one of the first to be
J t isn ’ t T /p -to -d a te
Phone Main 381 ,
Society was entertained at the home E v a Schmitt, M a b e l Klockars,
Under these stringent regulations
represented in Coos county, Myrtle
of Mias Vora Kel.. y, th.- occasion be Catherine Sweariugen, Lloyd Noll-
how was it possible for such a dan
Lodge No 3. ot Marshfield, being
ing the seventeenth biitliday of the ner, George Laird, Ralph Klockais,
TH E SUBMERGED NINETY- gerous caigo to be carried upon a
one of the oldest lodges of the order
hostess. The slternoon was very Louis Oxnevad, George N. Neilson,
E IG H T PER CENT
ship carrying cabio and steerage
l ì e t u s b>/iow Y o u J t o w to tie T i'p - t o - d a t e
in this state. One result ot this is
pleasantly spent on the broad ver Edward A. Johnson
Less than four hundred thousand passengers? It is highly probable
that a lot ol old-timers belong to the
Americans enjoy incomes large that if the articles quoted above had j
anda. I d due lime the compauy ud-
Bandon, No. 54— Mary R Smith,
order, and an occasion like that of
journed to tbe near by grove, where, Lucy A. Bullis, Irma Barklow,
enough to entitle them to pay an 1 been enforced, there would have
Saturday night is made a sort of re
in assisting io spreading the feed Osba E. Kelley, Martha I. Bai t,
income tax. Allowing four depen been no loss of life upon the Lusi
union of old triends.
ibe hostess found tue club's birth- Barbara C. Barrows, Wilmer P
dents to each one, which Is very tania. A collision with another
particularly noticeable to the writer dsy gift to her ocni-ealed in the fo'ds Wolte, Jr., Willie Hicking, Carrie
liberal, not more than two million ship, tbe striking of a submerged
when be tound himself among a
of the tablrrl th A birthday cake G. Boak. Ethel L Scofield, Ed
people, or about two per cent of the rock, the possibility of internal com
bunch including E A. Anderson,
with seventeen candles was cut, and, ward H. Fish, Jr , Orva M Willard,
entire population, are living on, or bustion. the likelihood of fire on
W. B Curtis, Captain J. Ernst, Bil
above, t b e four thousand-a-year board the ship— a mere shock —
wiih -trawberries and cream, made Vernal C. Lsub.
ly Grow, Frank Norton, T. M.
Marshfield, No. 9 — V i r g i n i a
up a delicious Last.
After a dig
might have caused an explosion and
Dimmick, H a r k Dunham a n d
But in the fiction of the popular sunk tbe ship.
nified romp iu the swing tbe party C l a r k , George Hansen, George
others. One old stand-by who was
magaziues that are supposed to re
The investigation is in the hands expee'ed was Henry Ploeger, who took their leave, w ishing M ins Kel- Scbroeder, Ruth Anderson, John
flect the American nation it is al ol attorneys, and it it is possible to
ley many happy n tains of the day. Dye,Ernest Drews,Valerian Vatsey,
most impossible for less-than-four- reach negligent custom officers or sent his regrets from Myrtle Point Miss Kelley's guests were Mildred B e r t Tribbey, Helen Gulovsen,
at his inability to be present.Anoth
thousand dollar American to get the officials of the Cunard Line, no
Noitoo, Aouda McCabe, L-anna Arthur Whereat, Ray Pritebard,
leading kuight irotn tbe Bay side Curry, Olive Howey, Alice Cuiry, Clara F'erguson, Anna Stogaid,
recognition at all, When he is rec means will be spared. It it is pro
who was unable to be present was
Myrtle Cunningham and Mary Reginald McCarberry,Wilma Hoag-
ognized it is distinctly understood hibitive to transport explosives on
Ross, who was detained by tbe Ijevai-.
IJ A V IN G bought the plant of the Co-
that the reader is being taken on a a passenger train because ot its
lund, Grace Farrin, Mabel Lingo,
* * quille Mill and Mercantile Com
slumming t o u r
Otherwise an danger, it certaiuly is even more illness of a daughter, and to whom
Ernest Whereat, Ruth Golden,
abundance of high-powered auto dangerous on a passenger ship. the convention formally extended
Glenda F'arrel, Eugene Kelly,Thel
pany, the undersigned is now prepared
its sympathy and regrets.
ma Lyon, Mary McArthur, Charles
mobiles, elaborate dinners in expen Many cities even allow only limited
to fill all orders for any kind of
A picnic parii consisting of Mr.
sive restaurants, and other trap quanities ol explosives Iranspoited
During tbe afternoon many short
Doane, Augusta Micklcn, Marjorie
aud Mrs. Mandigo, of North Bond,
pings ol a comlortable competence through tlieir streets. I am special talks were made by members from
Drews, Irene Fourier, Dudley Hill,
Mr. and Mrs. A E. Neff and chil
are absolutely necessary.
ly interested to learn whether any different parts ot the county aud a dren, of Marshfield, Mr. and Mrs. Thelma Tabor, George Atkins
American literary genius has picric acid, toluol, etc., was loaded most enjoyable session was held.
Bunker Hill,No. 8 5 — R o y Fuller,
J. A. Lamb, Mr and Mrs Fred H a-
Especial attention will be paid to the
Genevra Archer, Violet Roberson.
barely glanced at the obscure non on the boat. If any reader has pos This was fullowed by a splendid
gle, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Relieve,
ktea^ demand, and every effort will he
income-taxed ninety-eight per cent. itive information of any shipments feed in the room adjuiniug the
Bridge, No. 77— Mobley Welle j,
Mrs. Williams, Miss Ruth Woodford
made to supply anything needed at the
In almost no prominent case has it he is invited to correspond with the lodge room, where everybody was
Ray Endicott, Heleu Murphy.
and Iris Elrod, of Marshfield, »u-
filled up with the best eatables avail
approached the submerged ninety- undersigned.
Heuryville, No, 51 — Herbert Gil-
shortest possible notice.
toed to tbe Smith-Powers ranch f n
eight million Americans without an
Whatever the outcome of the in
Sunday, where they where joined
air of great condescension. “ Take vestigation and complaint may be, This fealure lasted until after 8
Eastside, No 49—Olive Moore.
by Mrs. Jap Yoakam, Mrs. Hariy
my hand,” says the author to the it is certain that the spirit of the o’clock, when the lodge was called
McKinley, No. 27— Clyde Fry •
Slagle, Walter iarai'ton, Gin n
public, “ and I will show you some law has been grossly offended. Tbe to order aud two candidates were
Myrtle Grove, No. 1 — Agnes
Ray, Ed Yoakam an t Fred Colt man.
thing awfully exciting. I will show Cunard Line stands even now as given the third degree.- The con
A good part of the day was spent
test scheduled was not held, as the
you how the other ninety-eight morally condemned.
Locust Grove, No. 75- -Carr 1
around a big picni - dinner spread
FRANCIS J L DORL.
under a bower of shrubbeiy aud
not complete and did not wish to
This sort of thing (the stories,
Pleasant View, No. 73 — Ralph
flowtrs in the yard of ill- Yoakam
not the editorial) makes interesting
compete in a contest.
home, and the crowd ail enjoyi d
one of the candidates was put
But to the submerged
Flagstaff, No 18— Bruce Rust.
themselves and regretted when tbe
ninetv-eight per cent of the popula
through by the Bandon team and
Rivertot’ .No.— 14 Alton Clausen,
hour for departure anived.
the other by the North Bend Boys,
tion it is like reading about Esqui
Thelma Richardson, Jessie E Rob up to put up a fight to get what record as a baby killer, will they
bave to ask • oncerniug the people
W. J. Longston informs the Her both teams acquitting themselves
maux and Hottentots. The sub
justiy btlnngs to him, they may of A. D 1915 , "What kind of cattle
merged ninety-eight per cent can
Norib Inlet, No 53— Gunbilda learn that sometimes the ‘‘race is were they anyway?’’
finely. During this time the Pyth
A double wedding took place at
find little realty in the trials and a brick factory in Coos county, on ian Sisters were in session in another the M. E. South par onage Satur Olsen.
not to tbe nwift, nor the buttle to
England, wake up; you cannot
tribulations of the exalted two per which he has been working for hall and also initiated candidates. day evening, when R v. J. E Wal-
Silkum, No 65— Velma Austin. tbe strong,** and that an economy exist half druuk, half sober.
cent who are getting, say, $6ooo a some time, is in a fair way of reali They were also favored with a beck performed the ceremony which
Coos River Consolidated,No 36— that robs children of tlieir milk is out the booze
R. A E aston
year, as one of Owen Johnson's zation. He has received assurances visit from Most Excellent Grand united two of our worthy young Bertha L Smith, Russell Church, not oue in which the people of Coos
abominable heroes is, and can’t af from a large capitalist of Kansas Chief Cranfield.
men to the girls ot tlieir choice George H. Bessey,
county are interested. Look up the In the C ircu it C ou rt o f th e S tate o f O r e
who has been largely engaged in
Dora, No. 32— Harold Shepherd, February bills; it may lie that an
g o n , fo r C o o s C ou n ty .
ford to get mariied.
About midnight the banquet hall Bessie E. ltubeitsou became Mis.
Jack London and Rex Beach may such projects for years that he is was again the scene of activity. Ad Raymond A. Jeub. and Logan S. William Miller,
item for “ office rent” may be s*eu; W. J. CONKAD,1
be mentioned, but they are skim ready to back such an enterprise it dresses were made by Deputy Grand Kay and Lucy M. Smith became
Halls Cteek, No. 59— Lea : Bark-
aod perhaps you will wonder if the
mers and explorers, not inhabitants
Chancellor Graut and others, con man and w fe. The ceremony was low.
Court House is too small, and you A. J. H a c k e t t , It.
The downtrodden ninety-eight per resents, and that he will make a cluding a most enjoyable conven perfmined at 8:30 iu the presence
Prosper, No, 60— Norma Peder
F a l c o n e r , K. C.
mav also wonder how many hours a E.
F a l c o n e r and U n
cent has very few authors who real trip to this section and look over tion.
Lycurgus lodge and the of Miss Jessie Robertson and S'tau son.
mouth the county road master works know n O w n e r s ,
the ground for himself if Mr. Loug- Pythian Sisters received the highest ley J. SauforJ.
ly belong to it. S. F. Bulletin.
Catching Inlet, No
and what be does when he does
ston can give him assurances that
Bonebrake, Chester A. Collver.
work. Quite a lot f folks would To A. J. Hackett, It. E. Falconer, R.
C. Falconer and Unknown Owners
Myrtle Point, No. 41— Vivian
WHEN C A P IT A L IS DRIVEN the people here are enough inter told Mr. Williams that doubt had
Mr. Longston basbeen for some
like to know. If the county couit
the atiove named defendants
ested in such an enterprise to give
the Name of the State of Oregon:
been expressed as to whether the
can’t stand botl. piessuris, lop oil
You are hereby notified that W. .1.
Will some one please tell where
material would vitrify, and that
Conrad the holder of Certificate of De
interested in the project which
In other words he will put $25,-
capital goes to when legislation
linquency numbered 35 issued on the
geutletnan reported that it vitrihed would mean so much lor us here Homer Gant, Eunice Smith, Elbert herd for that cow.
(ith day of January, 1909, by the Tax
drives it out of a State? Do the
readily; in fact, rather too readily 1 he deposits of shale are immed King.
This year will test out late plant Collector of the County of Coos, State
Dement, No. 78—Jeremiah Gea-
capitalists bury it on desert islands? 000 plant if the people here will and a retarding element would iately contiguous to Coquille, and
ed crops; ti o much rain iu May of Oregon, for the amount of Five &
21-100 Dollars, the same being the
Does it vanish into thin air? Does subscribe for $50,000 in stock, and probably be required to work it. j the industry, if established, would ney.
| made numb June planting necessary. amount then due and delinquent for tax
Kentuck Inlet, No. 17--Albert
it go to States where there aren’t he is willing that such subscriptions He returued to Mr. Longston some; be a Coquille affair, and its payroll
I S me hail was mixed with the show- es for the year 1907 together with pen
alty, interest and costB thereon upon
any humane laws to bother it? If should be so conditioned that the specimens of the brick made from would be a Coquille paytoll. The Sandine, Edward Sandiue, Viola j era on Muy 10 th
response he has received has not Kjelland.
the real property assessed to you, of
this last is the true explanation, local subscribers will not put up the shale aud Mr. L. has these to I
J. D. Laird's lister, Mrs. Ander- which you are the owner as appears of
been at all warm, and our local
record, situated in said County and
New Lake,No 46— Luella Wood
child labor States like Alabama,
show that it will make an exceed monied men have given him scant
ilerson, of Klamath county, and her State, and particularly bounded and de
Georgia, the Caroliuas and Pennsyl ly built and in operation He does ingly fine brick. To a lay member encouragement. Recently lie has en.
daughter, and his sister, Mrs. Me. scribed as follows, to-wit: Lots 4-5-10-
Twin Oaks, No. 5— Ray A. Ep Diuiels, of Redding, Cal , are ei joy 11 -12-13-14-15-16-17 18-19 -20-21 - 22-23-24
vania (now so thoroughly Billy- not ask the people here to take an it look, feels and sounds like an in visited Marshfield and North Bend,
26-20-27 28-29-30-36-37-38-39 & 40 all in
Sundayized that it doesn’t care interest in the project because he is comparably fine article of its kind, to see how the Coos Bay people person.
ing a visit w ith “Jimmy” and fam Block 38 in Portland Addition to Ban
would look upon such a proposition,
don, Coos County, Oregon.
Coquille, No. 8 — Mildred Neeley,
what are wages or ages of workers unable to handle it alone, for he is ! and it leaves no rocm tor dopbt
as he also has found a deposit of
You are further notified that said W.
or hours of work) ought to be so amply able to finance several such that the material is all that is tbe shale in that part of the county. Gladys Nosier, Elmer Neeley. Fos
Conrad has paid taxes on said prem
Mrs. Andeieon aud Miss Ander J.
for prior or subsequent years with
full of capital that a person couldn’t
He was given a receptive hearing ter O Bither, Margaret Cunning
claimed for it.
rate of interest on said amounts as
and found some quite enthusiastic hain, Marvel Skeels, Irene Kirne,
go out of the house without step ed that there is a need here for such
day, for home.
Mr. Longston says that a shale iu favoring the project- It is quite
an enterprise and that the people
Genevieve Chase, Carol Rahskopf,
ping on some.— S. F. Bulletin.
probable that if Coquille will have Gwen Endicott.
The above is commended to the recoguize tbe need, giving assur
from the clay. The plaut for their nothing to do with the establish
West Norway, No. 80— Russell chance to win out on a libel suit;
attention of those persons (if any ance that the field for the operation
manufacture is much more expensive ment of an industry whose product Miller.
but how could the High Tyee of the 1908 Mar. 26, 1909 148941 $3 36 15
such there be) who take stock in of such a plant is here and that
will be in such great demand in the
The number of diplomas issued G. O. P. ever dream that he had 1909
f $7 23 15
near future, that it will be estab
the stuff that is published about there would be a demand for its
and there is no such waste as in lished on the Bay, although Mr. is 117, the uumbe. of applicants for been libeled?
Tbe Standpatters 1910
Oregon’s “ freak laws” and how products.
|327ot $9 78 15
eighth grade diplomas was 174. have surely had an intioduction to
This gentleman is O A. Kentner, making brick from clay When a Longston would much prefer jhat
they are "driving capital away’ ’—-
$13 65 15
Total number conditioned iu one o- their chief, and at the same tim 1911 April
lot of shale brick are properly put it be put iu here.
when there is no stale of the Uuion of Mound City, Kansas As stated
It looks very much as though two subjects, 34
Total number become acquainted with themselves. 1912
(08151 $l7 01 15
today in which capital is seeking above he has been in the business
Coquille might be letting an oppor of failures, 23. In addition to this
317 $19 32 15
tuuity slip by which she might
investment to a greater extent than ot brick manufacture for many
Said A . .1. H a c k e t t , R. E. F a l c o
ally no loss from imperfect product profit greatly. The present finsn number, 346 pupils of «lie 6th and last week. After doing a lot of
as the own-
in Oregon, and no state in which
and tbe returns can be figured on cial depression will not last indeti 71b grades took the examinations plaining he will move his mill to ers of the legal title of the above des
so much railroad development is in his employ and acted for him in
cribed property as the same appears of
There is also a nitely, and when the revival come-, iu physiology and geography, ? Brewster va'ley.
putting in two plants at a cost of with certainty
record, and each of the other persons
and the railioad from Eugene is majoiity of whom made passing
named are heieby further noti
$100,000 each The last one was
William B Ashley, iu th« Chris above
completed, there is no room fo ■ grades. Twenty-iwo rural schools
fied that W. J. Conrad will apply to the
in Texas and Mr. Longston was over the small one, as the overhead doubt that there will be growth and*
tian Herald, stati s that there were Circuit Court of tlie County and State
had applicants passing the exami
for a decree foreclosing the
manager of that plant w hen he re- expense is practically the same, and development in this county that we
150 babies on the Lusitania, 50 of aforesaid
lien against the property above des
can hardly estimate. And the uev.- nation and receiving diplomas.
| sigued his position to come to Coos,
tlmruunlerone year of nga.
In cribed. and mentioned in said certifi
er development in the cities will be
And you are hereby summoned to
(Continued from Page 1 )
I with the object o( establishing such in proportion to tbe size ot the
Portland— Federation ol women’s tlm A. D. 1 , Heii d. wheo he saw cate.
appear within sixty days after the first
plant. He cites an instance of this of a substantial kind 'hat calls for clubs at pink tea declared women
It;at he was mocked of the Wise publication of this summons exclusive
States, shall lie sentenced to con
brick, not wooden buildings. A
that came under his observation,
of the day of said first publication, and
brick plant with a large ea- city in country are mining their health Men, was exceeding wroth an t s-nt defend
finement at hard labor for a period about ten years ago aud tumid de-
this action or pay the amount
i posits ol shale which he was satis- where doubling tbe capacity of the will find itself kept busy with orders; and ntoials working in the ftuit in f a th and slew all the male children due as above shown together with costs
of oot more than ten years ”
plant, on his plans, transformed it and it will i.e a substantial ht.p to
accrued interest and in case of your
that were in Bethlehem and in <11 and
But back of all these intermediary- J tied was everything that could be
failure to do so, a decree will be ren
from a losing veuture against heavy I new growth, while enjoying a plot
criminals rests the real criminal, ! desired tor the manufacture of a
foreclosing the lien of said taxes
In la. 1,
competition into a very profitable ! itable business for itsetl.
against the land and premis
who risked 2000 lives Sections first class article of brick. Since
it is hard to think of au industry
es above named.
one with a great advantage over its with .eatures more ideal
2 , the Herod of A. D 1015 , mi kes a
It is a
This summons is published by order
5353 » “ <1 5354 cover the case of
ptoducer of a c t u a l , substantial claim against the county for bis cow bigger record as a baby killer. of the Honorable John S. Coke, Judge
the line of a contractor, as pot boil competitors
this criminal exactly:
the Circuit Court of the State of Or
Such a plant as he contemplates wealth out of mate ial which other that was tilled by eating giant pow When he can not drop bombs in
“ Every person who knowingly er, while he made further investiga
egon for the County of Coos and said
transports, or delivers, or causes to tions and perfected his plans for his would also manufacture drain tile uses raw material which costs noth der in Road Dist. No. 12 into Mr school bouses an l homes, loot and order was made and datpd this 28th day
of April, 1915, and the date of the first
ar.d a general line of fire proofing
be delivered, nitro-glycerine, nitrol- project.
ing and wood and coal of which we Sperry’s hands for collection. J. D born cities, be gives orders to get publication of this summons is the 11th
euni or blasting oil, or nitrated oil,
have a practically unlimited supply, Laird told the writer that he heard babies, girl ami boy babies by th day All of process
His tests of the material have
and papers in this pro
powder mixed with any such oil, or b e e n exceedingly satisfactory
ship-load. We wonder why the peo ceeding may he served upon the under
county court that they would have ple of A. D. 1 would s'and by and signed residing within the State of Ore
fiber saturated with any substance Some time ago he sent some of the
gon. at the address hereafter men
of other cost
to pay Shepherd for the cow If the see tbeir babies killed. V\ hat kind tioned.
or article, on board any vessel or shale to Ira A Williams, the state as Eugene and compete with any
J ohn C . K e n d a l l
vehicle whatever, employed in con ceremist at the O A. C. and had a opposition that could come against tries we want, it is hard to concciv members of tbe county court have an of cattle were tbev, anyway? When
Attorney for the Plaintiff
idea that Mr. Shepherd is too bard ^ in 3830 the people read Billie 2’s Address Marshfield, Oregon.
veying passengers by land or water thorough labratory test made He it.
what our desire may be.
The Coquille Herald
The Social Whirl
K. of P. Convention
KNOWLTON’S DRUG STORE
E. E. JOHNSON
Large Enterprise May
Be Established Here
The Responsibility for
The Lusitania Disaster
East Fork Items