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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1915)
The Coquille Herald T h e d a b a r a in “1 he Clemenceau Case”
g q g g J ............
F.ntered as second else» matter May
8, 1905. at tlie poet office at Uoquille,
Oregon, under act ol Congress of March
¿T h an kin g o u r p a tr o n s fo r th e ir
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
| ¡Devoted to the materia, and social
upbuilding of the Compile Valley par
ticularly and cf Cons County generally.
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance
L iberal p a tr o n a g e
T lo ltd a y
fla rin g
sea so n , w e
th em a l l a h a p p y a n d p r o s p e r
P hone Main 3H1.
ou s ^Tfeiv ^iea r.
Captain Lofstad, of the Santa
Clara, has pleaded guilty to n egli
gence in the matter of the steering
gear of the steamer, which he knew
to be defective, and which was re
sponsible for her losa nt the Coos
Bay bar. Tbis would seem to fix
the responsibility for tbe disaster
upon the North Pacific Steamship
Company, who failed to have the
steering gear repaired, aud upon
Captain Lofsted for taking bis ship
to sea loader} w ith |tnssengers and
freight when he knew h er condition.
I t is another illustration of the ex
pression “Soulless C orporation.”
Probably no oflicer or stockholder
of th at corporation feels the sligh t
est personal responsibility for the
loss of life th at occurred
steamer been ow ned by an individ
ual, lie would be pointed out as
criminally negligent of the lives and
property entrusted to his care
might even be amenable to the law,
ami possibly might be sent to the
penitentiary where he would In -
long. B u t not so with the corpora
There may Ire some recom
pense for the people who lost p ro p
erty by tbe wreck ami there may
not; b ut c u anyone im agine any
member of tbe corporation bring
really punished? The captain loses
bis liceUHe for good and his career
as a master of steam vessels is
cl rssd, which he richly deserved.
Y<-t hs had the example of many
o th er c o m m a n d o s who are doing
exactly as he did nrnl putting lb-
liv. s entrusted to their car- iu dead
ly peril.—to hold theii jolm
will the president of the corporate n
lose? Possibly an hour's sleep.
DUNK BOTTS, Regular Correspondent
All Rights Reservd
At The SCENIC, January 5th
O U R P U B L IC F O R U M
-S û M e S
I’oke Exzley took n walk th rou gh thesa on wbeuever he wants to
tbe Calf Ribs neighborhood Mon- walk in the tig h t and narrow path,
day and found many improvements,
Sap S p r . rtl, n ig 8Uckinf, a lem0D
consisting of the Calf Ribs Widow thig week g0 th at he WQDt be hoarga
KNOWLTON'S DRUG STORE
Dock Hocks says he would not when he goes to speak to Miss
mind going to church occasionally Fruzie Allsop next Sunday,
if the preacher wouldn't try to get
L i,tle FidUjr F J in d -rl carried an
com m ander ot the state militia, to-wit :
th st quai ter ?eekí) pouthweat
all-day sucker to school with him
placed him self under Mr. Lewis’ quarter
uarter ( pw
of section zy,
27, town ah ip
4*; ) or
Monday, but the teacher used it un
orders for the purposes of the 61m 27, south ranye 14; north half ( ^ )
northeast quarter (n e ^ ) section 34,
III— J u liu s Kruttschnitt
and the director tem porarily e n township 27, south range 14; northeast
(n e ^ ) northwest quarter (nwj^)
Miss F lu tie Belcher says there jo y ed the distinction of being com-
On Financing Railroads
. , .
, of section 84, township 27, south range
are two th ings a man will stand m an d in g officer ot a force |o f two
ai| tr«Inrz west of the Willamette
The farmers of —the legislators aM
■ round aud look at ami they are, thousand men. As tor the militia meridian in Coos county, Oregon.
and levied upon as the property
this nation need sloners.
Much heavy hauling will set in E ,ection R eturn s and S k ir t,
they declared they had the time of Df
j Greenough or as much
"Managing a railroad Is quite differ from here to Bounding Billows and
to become bettor
their you ng lives and would like to j thereof as may be necessary to satisfy
acquainted with ent from managing a government
I the Baid judgment in favor of plaintiff
other points as soon as tbe roads
tbe railroad men where the money is raised by taxa
| against said defendant with interest
o th er clean shirt last Sunday. Poke work for the camera every day.
and their prob tion. When the expenditures, for get bad
T h e members of the Richm ond thereon at the rate of 6 per cent, per
Eazley says he can’t see bow some
annum from the fitli day of December,
lems. It is only good reasons or otherwise, Increase,
(Jricket Hicks went over aud h id
h t In fan try , C aptain George 1915, together with ad costB and dis
those who know taxes can be equally Increased. The a long sociable talk with the Rye folks can afiord to dress so well.
E a in s , co m m and ing ;
tbe Ogle- bursements that have or mav accrue.
that run give us railroads, while servants of the pub
The Horse Doctor was called
Alfred Johnson, Jr.
Information and lic, cannot raise money with such Straw storekeeper tbs other day on
tf orpes, C aptain T C. Jowitt. com
the farmers of
the Hnaucial condition of the co un
Dated at Coquille, Oregon,
H an d in g , and tbe R ichm ond H us
WHLger who has been so badly
December 27th, 1915,
because while they have try, and it was found th at condi
si rs, C aptain W. K. Y o u n g com
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listen attentively Incomes
some control over their expenditures tions were so bad that Cricket was threatened with pneumouia th a t he
m an ding, all participated.
to what the men they have almost no control over their
of the State of Oregon
who manage rail Incomes, their rates being fixed by unable to borrow the thirty five has had to order a second jug
in and for the County of Coos
Hat S m ith ’s Moonlight Heel.
property public authorities.
cents he went alter.
have to say. Mr. Kruttschnitt, exec
"There Is not a railway manager In
! ailment, it is said, was bro u g h t cn
In the matter of the Estate)
Dock Hocks, who has gained
utive head of the Southern Pacific, the country today who Is not fearful
D avid m . drrw , Deceased.)
lias written an article dealing with that under the press of increasing de much notoriety as a dentist du rin g
To Thomas A. Dre*, Claud E. Drew,
the financing of railroads. He said mands the transportation systems of his leisure hours at the blacksmith p'irt of Ellick, in his failure to don b tsiness last week.
the country will, In a few years, break
Maud H. Bean, Lou \V. Gillespie and
Ray E n d ic o tt ai d L . le Nosier are Roy R. Drew, and to all other heirs and
down, unless the railroads are allowed shop, mixed business with pleasure his sox at tbe customary time this
“The financing of a railroad Is a to earn larger funds wherewith to
He has been iu the habit of tbe “boss’’ trsppera.
They have devisees of David M. Drew, deceased,
unknown, if any such there be,
function which the people, through build it up. There are vast sections yesterday by pulling a fine tooth d o n n in g them about the 6rst of Oc
their servants, the Railroad Commis of the country, especially In the West, for Miss Gondola Henstep,
In the Name of the State of Oregon,
sioners and the Legislators, have where more railroads are needed and
Tbe blacksmith .-hups have been You
and each of you are iiereby cited
weather, but being busy with var k j p t quite busv lately fixing autos and required
never attempted, but It Is a most Im tlioy cannot be built unless the rail
to appear in the County
the brim of his hat, but he puts it ious other im po rtant matters, he
portant problem, especially to sec ways raise new capital.
Court of the State of Oregon, for the
"People Invest money In order to
tions of a State where new railroads
County of Coos, at the Court Room
money, and they are skeptical to use b> looking through ir when
iu ,prudent by neglecting to m til drivers report th a t the roada thereof,
are needed The placing of securities make
at Coquille, in the County of
as to whether they can make money he wants to see up.
State of Oregon. Wednesday, the
do so. And now from this c
has been left entirely with the pro by investing in concerns that are dealt
io the caoyon are muddy and rough. 26th day
of January, 1916, at the hour
moter and owner of railroads.
with stringently and unfairly. Rail
( lab Hancock, who with his fam- arises the question as to what
The Laird stage line has been giv often o’clock iu tlie forenoon of that
"The immediate determination of road securities must be made more ily, was washed down G an der Creek 0 f the year a person really should
there to show cause, if
ing good service notw ithstanding any exist, and
what earnings the railroad shall be attractive to Invite Investments, and durin g the rise last spring, having p u t
w hy an order of sale should
Should he don them
in order that they may be made more
the bad roads.
The autos are still not be made of the real property of the
permitted to receive and what bur attractive, the roads must be allowed
dens It shall have put on it is in the earnings that will enable them to grown tired of waiting for a rise th» first of October or should he ru n n in g between Myrtle Point and estate of David M. Drew, deceased, to-
wit: the south half of the southeast
hands of other servants of the public meot the Increased capital charges.” going the other way, has returned wait and take bis chances with the
quarter and the south half of the south
by waeou to Hogwallow.
advent of a cold spell, when the
west quarter of section thirty-four, in
Coquille merchants report a much
Miss Florence Jenn in gs, primary township twenty-nine south, range
Two Dew posts have been in- p< reimmons get ripe?
better holiday trade than they e x
ia spending a p a rt of her fourteen west of the Willamette meri
The Inquisitive Japs.
dian, iu .Coos County, Oregon.
pected, and seve al say it was far
The Familiar Unknown.
The Japanese have a lively desire to stalled to assist in holding up the must be admitted that the former is vacation a t Powers
Witness, the Hon. John S, Coke,
Tbe the safest plan, we believe every
better than last year.
T b is has
rhinos you see
day and never ; know all about you. They are actively front porch of the postoffice.
Judge of the Circuit Court'o? the »State
Bids to build a play shed for tbe of
Oregon in and for the (’)untv of
four others there have stood tbe citizen should do as bis conscience
been a pleasant surprise, as it was
'vho probe curiously into our deficien- ! ness, your habits, your wealth, your
school are to be opened Jan. 3 The Coos, acting for and in the absence of
feared that a low record would be 1
the Hon. James Watson, Judge of the
1 ■ 1 1 trick Is perhaps an j personal affairs, hew yon like your strain well for the past several : dictates in this matter,
made. It indicates reviving confi open secret by now, and yet yon mn.\ , eggs for breakfast, what your clothes years, having been leaned against
A Wild West dram a was witness- shed is to be 30x50 feet and ao ar County Court of the State o r. Oregon, in
and for the County of Coos, with the
dence and the faith ot our people fall in reprt.during the Roman figures j cost, where you are going, when you
ire th *n a n ything else in tbis sec- e<| a t the Tickville opera house Sat- ranged th at athletics such as basket seal of said County Court affixed, this
that you confront in all moods many are going and why you are going; what
10th day of December, 1915.
that good times are ju s t around the times a day. Can you describe the as
you intend to do after you get there, tion with the possible exception of urday Diq h t to a large and repre
Attest: R obe rt R. W atson , Clerk.
In tru th , it would seem pect of a shilling, which 1 hope you what your excuse for existing is, how tbe Imr at the Hog Ford still house, tentative audience. As soon as the eral school program may be given
By D. W atson , Deputy.
often you get your hair cut, how many
that such a faith was never better
Slim Pi kens was seen headed emoke cleared away, work was be
postage stump? I am sure that any children you have or have not and
tion in the county for being pro
founded, for the lumber revival on postal maiden could sell me a dozen
why, what your watch cost, who is
which we bank is already under penny stamps with the wrong head on your tailor, how often you wash your Sunday wearing his high stan d in g tbe next show which comes next gressive.
A C hristm as eve social was con
way and it is not a mere matter of them and send me away contented. teeth, how much you owe, whether collar and smaller shoes. Slim puts T hursday night.
you have any birthmarks and what
ducted at tbe home of Mr. Claude
As the wave of .And yesterday l met a man who had was the occupation of your grandfa
lived for years in happiness on Haver
If I FAIL to CURE a«y CANCER or TUMOR i tr..t
Nosier. A merry time and a pleas before It POISONS »up (lulls or ittictis to BONE
depression that swept the country stock hill and couldn’t toll me the ther. These and all other topics that
G a t h e r in g D a te s .
Have yon paid the Printer?
made itself felt last in Coos county , number of steps that led to the front are personal to you they are anxious
ant evening was spaut by those Without Knife or Pain.
Dates grow at the top of such tall,
to discover. Their curiosity is un-
No PAY Until CUREOf
so it would seem th at the prosperity door of his own house.—London Spec I hounded; but, my takes, how polite ■lender trees that in order to gather
N e P lus U ltra
W RITTEN GUARANTEE
boom reaches us last, but not tar
X R ay o r o th e r
j they are about It!—Samuel G. Blythe
■w indle. An Is la n d
up the trunk by degrees by means of
in Saturday Evening Post.
The Rise of Newfoundland.
behind the more eastern parts of
Called Out the Militia
East Fork Items
p la n t m ak es th e c u r e
A ny TUMOR. LUMP o n
a rope, one end of which they fasten
Newfoundland Iris had a curious his
the country. With the profitable-
SORE o n th e lip , face
around their bodies, while they loop
tory. Cabot, sailing from Bristol, dis
Lloyd Leatherniai], Mrs. Leather- C A N b C o E d R y ! long
state of the dairy business already- covered it In 1107, and In 1583 Sir Hum
i t n ev er
When u man just naturally wants the other ci I
An entire battalion of state militia
Gl i ! if will catch on
p a in s u n til laHt stag e
existing, the boom in lumber is phrey Gilbert annexed its wild and trouble it is mighty easy to find an ex to the noie!'
mink of the tree and a squadron of c a ra l ry was “ re in .n and the older child have be«n 1 20 -PAGE BOOK se n t
FR E E , 10,000 te sti-
bound to raise the Coquille valley rocky shores for Queen Elizabeth. Yet cuse for making it. According to Mike —Lon.In.. \ >
quisitioned” by Director E d g a r quite sick with la grippe. R ufus m oni&ls. Writ« to M l
until 130 years ago it was illegal to Ilogan, Casey and O’Brien were hav
on the crest of the wave. And this build a permanent house there. The ing a personal argument of their own.
Lewis, of the G overnor of Georgia. Howe and Harold P o rte r did the
without figuring on the new de Island was held by “merchant adven It had progressed to the extent that
Jo h n M. Hlaton, for the William choree and work th a t was to be
!._ l i
velopment that is h o un d to come turer»” for the sake of the fisheries each had forgotten what it was about
O n ew o m an in e v e ry 7 aieso fci
F ox production of E d w a rd Shel
They hired their fishermen in England, originally, and they were wholly obliv
We refu se m a n y w ho w a it to o lo n g & m u s t d ie
with the completion of the Willa took them across the Atlantic each ious of the gathering crowd until an
A Christm as tree on Christman P o o r cu re d a t h a lf p ric e if ca n c e r is y e t sm a ll
mette-Pacific this spring. It is hard spring and brought them hack at the urbane and genteel person in n frock
Dr. & Mrs. Dr. CHAMLEY & CO. g s & m
g e r,” in screen form, which was eye was bad at Wm. S m ith ’s.
“Strictly RstlaMs. Grastest Cancer SRedallst llvins”
coat put in.
to Ire pessimistic about the pros commencement of winter.
3 4 0 t 436E Valencia St, San Francisco, Cal.
Newfoundland’s importance in the
"Come, come, my man." lie said, gen
pects of Coos county ju s t now.
cod fishery arises to a great extent tly plucking Casey by the sleeve. “You
seen tomorrow r.ight at the Scenic Dora school gave a sho rt program K IN D L Y M A IL T H I S ta taasaai sltt C A N C E R
from the fact that it is only within her don’t want to fight. I can tell it by
One of the most im port last Wednesday before adjourning
waters that tin* small fish desirable as your looks. Your face is too benign”—
ot the motion picture for a two weeks' holiday vacation.
bait can be obtained In the necessary
“Two l»e nine! Two be nine. Is ut.
LED A "DOG'S LIFE.”
quantities. London Telegraph.
shows violent race riots in full Tne teacher and pupils are to be
ye scut?" bellowed Casey. "Me face
is two be nine, is lit?”
blast about the gubernatorial m a n co ngratulated for tho good work
Better Than a Play.
8 - y I ooii Keeper Tell» Court He Slept In
And there was where the real trou New York - An unscheduled perform
Charles II.’s contempt for parlia
Room With Fifteen Canines.
Mr. Lewis determ ined, if doDe, The Christm as tree was a
ble began. Louisville Times.
«nee of Andrades mid the lion was sion.
St. Louis. Sleeping in the room and mentary government evinced Itself In
stmuvl recently In the « entrai park possible, to “ call out the m ilitia” to tb ng of beauty and yielded “ fruit”
the bed with as many ns fifteen dogs strange forms. Me seems to have en
All Money Good In Canada.
polar Invii utik Jim Coyle, the keep “ quell the riots.”
But he wanted fo each oue present
Is a dog’s life. according to Edward joyed his visits to the house of lords,
There is no place in the world where er. " Is A
.. f ' IIU namesake, .lini
a crowd of
Finder, a former saloon keeper, now ami be once said that going there was money is under less supervision than 1 he pm:.
C hristm as night there was a big
if tl.e t ear col.my play
living in Bellevue, who recently sued better than going to a play.
In Canada. The coins in circulation <-d H ie lia. .vid e ll > consort. Molly, extra people made up to look like e n e r t a i n m e n t at McKinley ball.
“Ou one occasion.” writes Mr. C. B. there are net confined to the Dominion. .M is tl.e ï . id ot wild animals of the
the citizen soldiery.
Tlie dogs belonged to his wife, Ida. Roy la me Kent In Ills “Early History British halfpennies and pennies cir arena, w a n
Miss McDonald went to her home
r e was lo eat tl.e mar
who is a G eorgian himself, and was n he Ten Mile Lake country to
the petition stated it 1« said that she of the Tories," "In order to avoid deal- culate as freely as the cents, and Unit tyr
also permitted chickens a free runway I lug
it li a bill relieving Protestant ed States coins of all descriptions are
At 'J 1.7 o'clock p in Androcles a schoolmate of Mr. Slaton, called ■ pond the vacation.
of the saloon, and when Finder at dissenters, sent up by the house of accepted as equal in value to tbe Ca eiptlppul v i l l i hip hoots and a monkey
tempted to drive out flit' dogs he says commons, he contrived that It should | nadinn coins, though tlie United States wren. h. went Into the tank to repair on the governor.
B. K . Marcy made a trip to C»-
his wife threatened him with a club | l»e stolen from the table in the lords. refuses to handle tlie coins of the the drain at tl.e ho'tom .Ihn anil Mol
“ I made a special trip from New
On another he showed such an extrav Dominion on its own side of the bor ly retired upstage ou the rinks ami ^ o r k to vote for you J o h n , at the qu lie Thursday.
agance of delight over a money bill der. In the course of a busy day in looker! ut him A ml routes went nliend ]g, t election,” be said, “ and I want
Mr. Cook, of Myrtle Point, lost a
Old Gas Well Does Duty.
Napoleon, O.-A go* well sealed up I which Htrott bed from the throne to the Canada you are not surprised to meet with tils work, helpline over Into the
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valuable “ varm int” dog on the East
In disgust twenty seven years ago Is , »‘lid of the chamber that he measured coinage of many nations. Sometimes water, with his hack to the animals. ! y ° u lo do me 8 b"? ,8Vor-
you get finds. A correspondent who And rod c s’ ‘¿00 pounds caught Molly’s
now being used for lighting, heating it with Ids walking stick.”
T hen he sprung his request. Mr., F ork. T he dog has helped get 59
Is nn amateur coin collector tells me •ye.
nml cooking purposes by former Sheriff
Slat.m at first refused but M r.Lew is w’i', 08,8 an'1 ,h ree e o u g s r a th e past
I>. \V Sunglei on his farm near here.
An instant later she Jumped, and It wfao jf fae
n o | one of , he
R. A. E asto *
"What wonderful performers there lie got among bis change a beautiful
specimen of a farthing of the reign of
When fils neighbors recently began us are
la lined Mrs. Georg»* III , ami an hour or two after- would have been all up with Andro-
cles If Jim had remained a spectator, kn o w n directors in the world,w ould j
lug the gas from the Napoleon Wause
Nofict of Sheriff s Sale
1 ward he became the possessor of an lie Jumped after Molly and caught her have made a good diplom at, pre
on pipe line he recalled the abandoned
“Wc erf ul isn’t tht word.” replied old Irish halfpenny over 100 years old, by the throat, while Androcles clam
well and bad It eased and pipes laid
Mr I'omrox. "They*» almost superhu- with tbe harp on one side. Probably bered out of the arena, with only a sented
to tNe house
’CUICU his case
,,ln K eI
By virtue of an execution and Order
man. Why. hey sound to me ns If these two coins had been carefully scratch on the back of his hand to facl that at last his proposition was o! stale duly issne.1 by the Clerk of the
they could tu ko a tune and play it 1 preserved, but poverty Induced the pro show where the hear’, teeth
had agreed to by G ov. Slaton
K o S i w . f u i S r t S ? T ’.h'>! l i ° r f
Cut« Third Set of Teeth.
prletors to part with them.—London gmzod him.
Sandusky.—John Brooks. « Iglity two. backward ns ■ nsily ns they could for Chronicle.
T h e result is th at the race
ri t December 1915, in a certain action in
keeper, and liir ____
the Circuit Court for said Coun'vand
Is getting his third set of teeth Brooks ward.”—Wash aggiti Sar.
For Sale By
three assistants heard Androcles using scene.- in
T h e N igger
are in- .State, w herein John C. Kendall as plain
Is a el?» war veteran and ll\ in Cot
strong language and hurried up with tensely realistic and thrillingly e x tiff recovered judgment ag inst K. L.
D e la y e d K n o w le d g e .
tage M. Ohio Soldi» r\ .md Sailors’
When a bride begins to meet her hus [ lie (bltlngly)- Will you he good pointed Iron bars After five minutes citing.
Before vour eves vou can
',olr,8 business under the
home Ills grandmother, he says, out
pel suasion tliev separated the couple c" ,n K- " f^ r e your eves you can fjri„ name ot F. L. Greenough A Co. for
hand's relations she Is astonished that
her third set of teeth at ninety four.
hundred eleven and
a man like him came from a family raking up nil these old stories of men
A Pointed Hint.
airy driving a crowd of panic strick- J4-19?.d_oll*r*
lhe 6lh d*T of Decem-
who proposed to you and that you re Station to recuperate.
Dissatisfied (»nest—Walter, you don’t like that- -Galveston News.
"That hear Jim.” said Snyder, "has en b, , ck rio(erg
fused? She (sweetly*— 8o that by re been here ten years and has never g.v ”
seem to know how to broil a stt-ak at
— — 'h e m and ^Notice b ^
shat I will on
S o u r Grape«.
this rating house. Let me give you a
»<=d smoke of the infan- frr,m ,loor o( the r „ nntv
The New Home S e w i n g
“The man I marry must have com calling tin* mistakes 1 made in youth en us any trouble. Molly tins been »hi
pointer. Waiter (with some alacrity!
I may realize today that 1 got only hero six amt keeps you guessing every tr y ’s volleys as they obey the com- >n Coquille in asid County, at 10 o’clock
mon selige." slie said haughtily.
Ail right, **uh. only we usually calls
uid Tluies minute
Yes. st-. bear» are funny, i ,j,and lo •<F jrep>
in ihe forenoon of said day, sell st pub-
“He won’t.- replied he bitterly.-
You daren't turn yoor back on ’em—
. l i e .«notion to the highest; bidder, for
Denver ( iarlou
San F ranctsco
General Moss A Breckinridge, cash, the following described property.
im to joiu.
Slim Ricketts who got h u n g tin-
der the Wild Onion school house
last sum m er while hunting for hen
eggs, w is a social visitor at R««
Straw this week.
1 WILL GIVE $1000
Any LUMPin WOMAN’S BREAST
iv9ii íiv;py Mtsr Attacking
Pfojpac iïô 2üû Pound Meal.
COQUILLE FURNITURE CO.