Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, July 20, 1915, Image 2

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    in planking.
The Coquille Herald ed The
Herald is inclined
Coquille Automobile-
Industrial Insurance
At the Show
The Baby’s Record
to think
Center of Coos County
For Cross Family W ho says that the people of Co
that
the
new
scheme
is
on
the
right
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY
lines. We would be glad to hear] The nub of the universe—that is, Salem, Ore., July Hi,—The State quille do not appreciate good pic­
Entered a* secoml clue» m utter May from any one who has valuable the automobile center of Coos coun­ Industrial Accident Commission to­ tures? It has been demonstrated
8, 1905. at the poet office at Coquille, ideas on the subject.
Keep it W ith a
ty is located right in front of the day approved the claim of the >'e- many times that they do, and forth
Oregon, under act ol Congress ol March
Herald office at the juuction of pende its of William H. Cross, who er demonstration is now uuder way
S, 1879.
“ H Y PH E N A T E D AM ER IC A N S" First aud B streets At certain was killed on June 18, 10)5, at the Three of the Param ount picture-
Erauklyn knight Lane, Secretary limes ot the day it is the busiest logging camp of McDonald A have been shown at the G rand it
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
of the Interior in the W ilson ad place in Oregon, F. C. Stone, who Vaughn on Daniels Creek. To the last ten days, aud the fact that!
Devoted to the m aterial and social ministration, was born in Charlotte . acts ss traiu dispatcher and passen­ provide a pension of $30 a month the people have instantly recognized
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par­ town, Prince Edward Island. Can­ ger ateerer, is the busiest man iu for the widow and $6 per month for the superior quality of the Para 1
ticularly and cf Coos County generally.
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance ada. William Beaucbap Wilson, the world. Besides his regular du- each of the two children uutil they mourns has been shown by ati in­
head of the Departm ent of Labor, tits be also acts as bouncer when reach the age of 16 years, the Com creasing attendance each Param ount
was born in BlantyVe, Scotland the agents of other lines try to mission directed the State Treasurer night. This is ve.y encoutaging
Phone Main 381.
These two men occupy an anotnal board any of his cars.
to •»* aside in the Segregated Acci­ to toe manager and creditable to
ous position in a cabinet that is Fred Slagle is the magnate of the dent Fund the sum of $8,550 82.
the taste of our people. There is
N E W GOOD ROADS M OVE­ weighing questions so grave that business and he and bis affiliated This fuud is invested by the sluts no better special picture service
M EN T
the slightest event may precipitate lines do the bulk of the busiuess. treasurer in the olsss of securities shown anywhere 011 earth than the
authorized for the investm ent by Param ount, and it is gratifying to
The movement lor a bond issue the Americau people into the great­ They include lines to:
est
war
in
history.
hanks of savings depisits under the be able to show these pictures in
Marshfield,
making
six
trips
each
for road improvement ts again un­
State law. This priucqial anil com­ Coquille A five reel p i c t u r e .
der way, and petitions will probab­ It has been strongly intimated in way a day;
pounded interest will provide pay­ “ False Colors," which is said to be
ly be circulated soon lor the calling various ways as well in addresses Bandon, five trips;
ments
to these dependents amount­ very fine, is booked for tomorrow
Bowers,
two
trips;
by
the
President,
that
American
of a special election to authorize
night, W ednesday, aud on next
t he issue of about $ 440,000 in county citizens of Germ au ancestry are giv­ Boseburg, one trip; also s line ing to about $16,000.
en to “ a divided loyalty.” Iu oth­ from Marshfield to Koseburg by If the widow lives the exact time Saturday n i g h t Mary Picklord,
bonds for road improvement.
of her expectancy, 40 years aud cue "th e Sw eetheart ol A m erica," will
It has been pretty conclusively er words, that they are not to be wav of this city, one trip;
month, the entire sum of both prin­ be shown in "C iuderilla.” It is & -
Myitle
Point,
nine
trips.
trusted
to
be
loyal
to
the
United
■ %
dem onstrated that a bond issue for
the construction of hard surface States in the event of a crisis, be­ Besides the Slagle lines, t h e cipal snd accrued interest will have safe to warn you that if you don’t
roads can not be carried in this cause either they were born iu G er­ Llewellyn snd Panter line makes been exhausted in pay iug the month­ come early you will not get a seat
pension allowed by the Citumis- until late. See the hooking lor two
county, m ainly for the reason that many or their fathers or m o'bers eight trips to Myrtle Poiut and two ly
weeks ahead in another column.
all the money that could be raised were born there. Two American to Powers; Ray M artin runs a line eion
citizens,
Messrs.
Recknagel
and
through
here
between
Baudou
and
This
fund
s
it
aside,
cauuot
be
would build comparatively few
W edding Bells
miles ot hard surface roads, and, Raines, were deprived of their pass­ Marshfield; a line from Bandon to used for any other purpose, and the
sectional feeling prevents the voting ports by order ol the State D epart­ Roseburg passes through here, and widow’s pension is therefore as cer­ At eight-thirty on the eveuiog ot
IJAVING bought the plant of the Co-
of bonds for such a purpose. The ment because of criticisms expressed two other Roseburg lines head in tain as life, even tho the Cominis July 14th, in the presence uf rela­
siou itself was abolished, the mouev
*
* quille Mill and Mercantile Com­
“ good roads” advocates have there­ by them in a Dresden newspaper on here.
About nine o’clock in the morn­ must be paid by the State direct to tives aud intim ate friends of both
fore come to the conclusion that, the W i 1 s on administration, al
pany,
the undersigned is now prepared
contracting parties, Iris A. El­
rather than cry for the moon, it though Mr. Recknagel is an Am er­ ing aud three iD the afternoon there the widow, aud is not subject to as- the
to
fill
all orders for any kind of
of North Bend, and Ruth E
is better to carry out a practicable ican in the third generation and is a general clearing house at this signmeut, and cannot pass hy the rod
W oodford of Coquille, were imiter
any court.
project that would be of benefit to Mr. Raines also was born iu this point for passengers from the boats process of
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in
marriage at the home of the bride,
country.
and
trains,
aud
a
man
can
take
pas­
all parts of the county, even though
Trot
Out
Your
Prize
by
the Rev. William Horsfall, Vicar
in the loug ruu it may not be so A short time ago it was reported sage for any point in the county.
of
Trinity parish, Coquille, a i l
Especial attention will fie paid to the
The
“good
roads"
boosters
can
that the Department of Justice was
economical.
T
here
appears
in
the
Coquille
Arch-Deacon
of the Dmcese of Orr-
find
here
a
good
object
lesson
on
local
demand, and every effort will be
looking
up
the
law
to
see
if
any­
They will therefore ask for the
Herald an article which boasts of gon. The impressive ring servie»
the
value
of
all-
the-year-round
roads
thing
could
be
found
to
warraot
the
made
to supply anything needed at the
bond issue for the purpose ot con­
the prowess of the county seat guns. of the Episcopal church was it ml,
shortest
possible notice. Your orders
structing plank roads. It is esti­ suppression of certain newspapers for it is only during the summer The M arshfield shooting fans thiuk and the wedding was pronounced
mated that the amouut that could who were criticizing 'be adtninis season that the facilities here out­ they can beat Coquille. Now this by all the prettiest affair of the sea­
are
solicited.
be taised would build about 200 tration for its note to Germ any on lined are available to the people.
page has a sporting streak in it aud
The Commercial Club cau also it thinks that, whenever there is a son. Miss Myrtle Lund was I rides
miles of plank roads, covering prac­ the sinking of the Lusitania.
maid, and the groom was attendee
tically all the main roads of the But if American citizens of G er­ find proof and encouragement in dispute up, it is always best to have bv Mr. John Miller. The ceremony
county. The life ol such a road, man ancestry are open to the sus­ the contention that Coquille is real­ it settled as quickly as possible, being completer!, the oornp.ny wa.
according to how it is constructed, picion of sustainiug a divided loyal­ ly the central point of Coos county accordingly T he Record suggests entertaiued at supper by Mr and
is given at from bve to ten years ty, bow is it possible for Secretary and the people here should wake that Fred Slagle and A. J.Sherwood Mrs. Fred Siagle, close friends ot
and with proper construction and Lane and Secretary W ilson to be up and go after the benefits of that be good sports, waive all claim to the bride’s family, st their besutifu
care it would probably reach the loyal Americans? They were both fact.
the cup and have the shoot held! home adjoining, which had been
latter period. It is stated that an born under the British crown. They
here on the bay. If Mr. Slagle will decorated for the occasion. A com­
Dairy Meetings
aunual tax of 2 % mills would pay assist in shaping the policy of this
agree to this, T he Record will un ­ pany of twenty-oüe sat down to tin
the interest on the bonds and fur­ government. That policy is pro­
dertake to see that all other arrange­ wedding supper. The place cardt
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E E E G E E = n r = —= i m i
nish a sinking fund for their pay­ claimed by a l l Englishmen a s M. S. Schiock and G. H. Fullen- ments are perfected. The Record were band painted by the bride Hnd
vvidcr
of
the
Dairy
A
Food
Com­
am ounting to an alliance with ling
ment when due.
wants to see the contention ab o u t 1
office have spent several the cup settled once and for good were much adm ired. Those pres
Discarding altogether the idea of laud. Lord Northclifle recently de­ missioner’s
days in Coos and Curry counties and, il it is not, The Record may ent at the supper were: Mr. and
hard surface roads for the present clared it to be such. Sir Beerbohm and
themselves as being get mad and offer a cup itself.— Mrs. Iiis A Elrod, Miss Myrtle
time, there is much to be said in Tree proclaimed it from the stage highly express
Lund, Mr. John W. Miller, Mr. and
with the progress Record.
favor of the planking project. It of the Drury Lane T heater in the that has pleased
Mrs. Fred Slagle, Mrs. Elrod,
been made.
The Record is evidently misin­ mother of the groom; Mr. A. M
would make “ good roads” aud all- presence of the Queen of E ngland. Tney believe,
however,
that
some
the-year-rouud roads of all the main A proper sense of fitness and a de­ improvements in methods should be formed about the Fred Gilbert cup. Woodford, father of the bride; Mr
roads of the county, bringing the cent sense of self-respect should made and are here to point out T he cup is not a club trophy, but and Mrs. Frank Denning; Mr. aua
benefit to all sections. The benefit prompt Mr. Lane and Mr. Wilson these improvements to our citizens. an individual one. It was given to Mrs. M. A. McLeod, Mr. and Mrs.
the Coquille club to be shot for
of such roads can not be given at a to resign.
who has anything to do among its members, and as Mr. Frank Sacehi, M tb . Jane H Wil­
set figure, but there is no question We do not accuse them of disloy- Everyone
Y O U C A N G E T T H E M N O W OF T H E
dairyiug, or with the handling Slagle shot high gun he was aw ard­ liams, Mr. and Mrs J A. Lamb,
that the saving in dollars and cents ty, but if it impossible for Am eri­ witL
Mrs. Harry Slagle, Mrs William
of
milk,
whether
producer
or
con­
to all who must travel or conduct cans of German parentage to view sumer, should attend these meet­ ed the cup. So the cup belongs to Stratton, Mr. Owen Knowlton, an
Mr. Slagle and not to the gun club. and Masters Irving Lam b aud
traffic over the roads would be the political developments with per­
So you see, asking Mr. Slagle after Maurice Williams.
many times over the cost of the fect impartiality it is no less im ­ ing«-
Ths Dairy & Food Commissioner having won the cup, to put it up to
improvement. In other words, the possible for Messrs Lane and W il­ cooperating
with the Btate veterin­ be shot for, is just the same as ask- j • The local musical organization
plauk roads would uot only pay ior son. Since this country is placed
has recently inaugurated a ing him to put up a piece of furni I popularly known as the “Subma
themselves, but would effect a sav­ squarely before an issue affecting arian
rine” band serenaded during the
ing duting their life that would go England and G erm any, they have campaign of tuberculin testing of ture out cf his house, or some other j supper with several selections op
quite a ways toward furnishing a become impossible iu the cabinet. dairy cattle which the state does personal belonging. Here would propnate to the occasion.
The
Where the Price Before Has Been $3.50
fund lor the hard surfacing that They are Americans with a ‘ divid free of charge. Methods by which be a good idea to suggest that some whole affair from the beginning o:
Coos
and
Curry
county
dairymen
Rem em ber this Iron is guaranteed for 10 years;
Marshfield sport put up his shot
must come when the time is ripe. ed loyalty."—(The F .lberland )
march to the last “good night’
can avail themselves of this state gun to lie shot for between the clubs. the
and
will save you no end ot bother every week.
The annual cost of maintenance To talk of "hyphenated Ameri­ aid
passed
off
with
perfect
smoothness,
will be discussed.
It is the same proposition exactly and all preseut were royally ente -
would be small, and if the road tax ­ cans” at this time is foolish when Following
es were raised in such am ounts as the talk is directed against Am eri­ meetings: arc the dates for the as asking Mr. Slagle to put up the taiued, and departed for their homes
cup. The Record, as stated above, about eleven P M.
are now used the greater part of can citizens of G erm an birth and
the money could go into permanent not against those born in the coun­ Marshfield, W ednesdav, July ‘2 1st, suggests that it is liable to get mad An echo from the foregoing event
improvement in whatever form tries now at war with Germ any. 10 a . m. st Chamber of Commerce. and offer a cup itself to be shot for is heard to the effect that Mies
Thursday, July 22, 8 Well the Coquille gunm en will just Myrtle Lund, who was bridesmaid,
would be deemed more desirable
It is undoubtedly true that the p. Lauglois,
m.
in
the
City
hall.
lay back on their laurels and oil and Mr. Owen Knowlton, who was by said Court on the 23th lay of June and all tide lands fronting and abutting
There seems to be a growing mau born iu Germ any or in E ng­
Friday,
July
23d,
1:30
p.
m
in
their "shooting irons” aud wait for a guest, are to be married about the. ¡915 in a certain suit then in said Court, the same 368 5 feet, all in township 28,
sentiment in favor of using either land or in France or in Italy and
pending, wherein Adam I’ershbaker south of range 14, west of the W illam­
(he Record to Eet m ad,and when the first of September.
was plaintiff and J. S. Lyons, Fannie ette m eridian, in Cons County, Oregon
wood blocks or vitrified brick for now an American citizen, may at the Parkersburg school bouse.
E. Lyons, C. Me. C. Johnson ami Dei ami being the same premise» which
Record
gets
mad
enough
to
put
up
the permanent suface, when the this time feel a sym pathy with ibc Coquille, Saturday, July 24tb,
Johnson his wife, the Lyons-.Tohnson Crosnian Timmons and wife conveyed
a
cup,
the
Coquille
club
will
certain
1:00
p.
m.
in
the
Woodman
ball.
Lumber Co. a corporation, Alfred John­ to said J. S. Lyons and said C. Me. 0 .
time comes, and there are stroug country of his birth iu the part she
Lum ber Co., a corporation, Coquille Johnson, ami being the premises on
argum ents lor this. A writer in a plays in the European war. It is Gravelford, Monday, July 20th, ly be ready to shoot for it, and SIMPLEST WAY TO KILL son
River Mf’g Co., a corporation and Rob­ which is situated what is known as the
bring it home. So, Brothers on the
ert
Dollar
Trustee were defendants in mill of Lyon s-Job neon Lumber Coin-
recent issue of a Portland paper ex ­ natural r.nd hum an that it should 1:30 p. m. in the Creamery,
ELY.
favor of plaintiff ami against said de­ party, near Prosper, Coos County, Ore­
pressed great surprise that the peo­ be so. But what would you? This M yrtle Point, Tuesday, July 27th, Bay, greetings to you. Long may J
fendants by which execution I am com­ gon. Also the boom and boom privi­
ple of such Oregon communities as country is supposed to be neutral cooperating with the Myrtle Point your club exist, and here’s hoping |
manded to sell the property in said exe­ leges belonging to the first parties or
IIE London Lancet, the leading cution
herein after described to pay either of them used in connection with
we
smash
cl»y
birds
together
in
the
-
medical journal of the world, the sum and
this seemed desirous ol using any W hy is it any worse to sympathize G range in the G range ball, from
due the plaintiff of Eight Thou­ Raid saw mill.
says
th
at
the
best
and
simplest
very
near
future.
kind of paving material on earth with G erm any than with England? 10:30 s. m. to 3 p. m.
Hundred Eighty nine arid
all the machinery consisting of,
------------- i>» ■----
fly killer Is a weak solution of formal sand Six
Dollars, with inteiest thereon at Also boilers
66 x 16; two engines 16 x
ex ctpt such as they have in abund- So tar as loyalty to this country is Basket diuner.
dehyde In w ater (two teaspoonfuls to 72-100
the rate of eight per cent, per annum three
Shower
Party
18, one Clark Mill 9 foot, 60 inch edger,
the pint). Place in plates or saucers from the 23th dav of June 1915 until carriages,
auce in their own territory. There concerned, the man would be worse Be there.
head
blocks, live rolls, can t­
throughout the house. Ten cents’ paid together with the costs and dis ing gear, shafting,
boxes, collars,
is a point here having a strong bear­ than rash who would assert that
J. L. SM ITH
Misses Mahle and Marion Schroe- worth of this liquid will last an ordi­ bursements of said suit taxed at $34.00, steam
feed, pulleys, couplings, belting,
ing on the situation and on the our cititizens of German birth or
and
an
attorney
fee
of
$500
00
an
i
cost“*
County Agriculturist
der gave a shower in honor of Miss nary family all summer. It has no of­ ami expenses of said execution. I will saws, fram es, buildings, all tools and
fensive odor, is fatal to disease or on Saturday the 11th day of August 1915 logging tools and implements, also any
project now proposed As Mayor ancestry have ever fallen short. If
Alice Stanley last Friday afternoon ganisms
all other machinery, fittings, con­
is practically nonpoison at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. of said and
we
have
a
class
of
citizens
itj
any
M orrison, one of our leading good
nections, pumps and any and all other
at their home on the farm. About ous except and to Insects.
W hat She Had Sha’d Hold.
day
at
the
front
door
of
the
County
property used in or in connec­
roads boosters, points out, in case way superior to those of German It w as tlie happiest moment of their thirty guests were present, includ
House in Coos Count v. Oregon, personal
tion with said mill. Also any and all
He had Just proposed, and she ing the members of the N. T. C ; H at His Own Center of Population. Court
the money was raised for the plank - 1 ancestry the class is so infinitely lives.
sell
at
public
auction
to
the
highest
bid­
other
machinery
tools, implements and
gra l>—er—accepted him.
der fo. cash in hand on the dav of sale,
property which shall he here­
ot the roads, every cent of it except small in size that no one can poiut had Then
he took a tiny leather case from club, snd the shower came near be- j Little George had a heavy and rather all the right, title, int« rest and estate a personal
fte r purchased for use in connection
what might be spent for nails would it out. W hile we speak the Eng his pocket and slipped a sparkling cir­ ing a Hood, the pits* nta being num­ intractable head of auburn hair which w hich said defendants J. N Lyons, Fan­ with
said saw mill, he sold hy the Sheriff
defied
his
m
other’s
efforts
to
make
It
nie
E.
Lyons,
C.
Me.
C.
Johnson,
aud
clet
on
her
Huger,
While
she
beamed
of
County, subject to the lease of
be paid out here in Coos county for lish language, Germauy has neatly with pride.
erous, expensive and bandsom^, as look well groomed. One day, after Del Johnson his wile, tin* Lyons John­ the Coos
Bandon
Rower Company, upon th at
home material and labor. We would a s .m u c h claim on the title o “I’m afraid It’s rather loose, darling,” well as useful.
son Lumber Co., a corporation, Alfred portion of said
premises described as
much brushing, she stop|>ed and said: Johnson
Lumber
C
».,
a
cor|M»ration,
Co-
to wit:-
come as near eating our owu cake "m other country” as England her­ he murmured. “Shall I take It back Little Raymond and Paul D rtlef “Oh. George, I cannot make your quille River Mf’g Co. a corporation and follows,
a t a point :t94 feet north
It made smaller?"
go the right way. It is so thick!” Robert Dollar Trustee ami all persons and “ Beginning
and keeping it, too, as can ever be self, And ot the mixed strains ol nnd The have
72 east from the Meander corner,
damsel shook her head decid­ sen, repiesei-ting Cupids, brough' hair
claiming
under
them
suhsiquent
to
the
George
turned
quickly
and
replied:
on
the
l*'ft
hank
River
E
nglish,
Scotch,
Irish
and
Germ
.11
accomplished in this vale of tears
edly.
in the presents (what they could “If you think my hair is thick you Plaintiff's Mortgage Lien in, of and to between sections of 17 the and Coquille
18. Township
blood
behind
this
typewriter,
we
"No,
Rupert,”
she
said
calmly.
“An
said
real
and
personal
property,
said
south. Range 14 west of the W illam­
carry of them ) in a huge clothes
Mr. Morrison states that, person­
ought to see that boy’s across the mortgaged premises and property here­ 28
Meridian in Oregon and running
not see but the last named engagement ring Is an engagement basket, which was also one of the Just
ally, he would oppose the planking cau
inbefore mentioned are described in ette
street.
He
has
the
most
thickly
popu­
ring,
even
If
I
haTe
to
wear
It
around
thence
north 85 15' east 250 feet;
warms
as
quickly
at
the
sigfit
of
the
as follows, to-wit: Lot 5 thence south
my neck.”—London Telegraph.
4° 45' east 348 5 f e e t ;
presents, and placed them before lated head you ever saw .”—Kansas of said sect execution
of any road uutil it is on the right
on
17,
nnd
al!
tide
lands
fronting
thence south 85" 15' w est 250 f e e t ;
and stripes as do either of the
City Star.
the
guest
of
honor.
grade, and he would advocate de­ stars
and
abutting
the
same,
ami
also
begin­
north 4° 45' w* st 348.5 feet; to
Tho O th o r Way.
ning on the section line between sec­ thence
place of beginning containing two
voting part of the money to such others.
A compositor once set up the word The house was tastefully decorat­ Sheriff s Sale of Real Property on Foreclosure tions 17 and IS at a point 277.5 feet tho
(2)
acres
or less in the County of
grading; then the levying ot the
“doughnut" so th at tt read “d o n u t” ed with dahlias and baby's breath.
north of the southwest corner of lot 5 ot Coos S tate more
of Oregon.
CHICHESTER
S
PILLS
section
17;
running
them
e
north
74
“Don't
you
know
how
to
spell
better
Refreshments were served, and on Notice is hereby given, That bv vir west, to the low water line of the left Said Sale being made subject to re­
usual am ount of road tax for a W
THF. IM A HOMI ItK W n . a
than that?" asked the foreman
of an execution duly issued out of hank of the Coquille river, thence up­ demption in the m anner provided by
I ' h l - c h e a .f r r i D U tn u n d B i
departing, the guests were lavish iu tue
couple of yea r s would furnish
1*111* In |{ .-d An 1 « ¿ „ Id me
the Circuit Court of the Mate of Or» g<»n. stream
“Well,”
said
the
compositor
thought­
bo««.
te*le.|
with
Bin«
Rtf
low water line to the line law.
day of July, 1915.
their expressions of good wishes for the Countv of Coos and to me- direct­ between along
enough additional money to cover
fully.
“do
you
know
it
didn’t
look
Just
T a k e bo other Hwr o f j
sections
17 and 18, thence south Dated this Ai. 6th
kf.vr« AM» iri-« |* ||. ir
krkd J ohnson J r .,
on the 3rd day of July, 1915 upon a on saiti line to place
right to me. 1 had a ’w ' In there once for the future welf .ro nnd happiness ed
IMAAT o NI» A Hit
the cost ot grading and leave the
of
beginning,
also
Sheriff of t oos County, Oregon.
judgement and decree duly rendered,
yean known as Best, Safest. AI
contem plated amount to be expend
entered of record and docketed in and the west 368.5 feet of lot 6 in section 17 7 -6-fit
SOLO BY DRlGûlSTS LVtKYWHLRE and took It o u t" —K ansas f’ity Star of this popular young lady.
KNOWLTON'S DRUG STORE
Announcement
LUMBER
E. E. JÎOHNSON
0
1 1
Hot Points
Cut Down
OREGON POWER CO.
fo r $3.00
Call On Us for Them
^l.
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