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NOTES ON THE PHOTOPLAYS
THE COQUILLE HERALD
P U B L IS H E D
Of Interest to Those Who
Patronize the Movies
TU ESD AY
Entered as seconcLclass matter May 8, 1905, at the post office at
Coquille, Oregon, under act of Congrees of March 3, 1879.
The third chapter of “ The God
was shown at the Scenic Fri
P. C . L E V A R . L E S S E E A N D E D I T O R
day night and proved a most de
L A N S L E N E Y E , C IT Y E D IT O R
lightful picture in its fine acting,
Devoted to the material a iJ social upbuilding of the Coquille Valley the attractive personalities of the
stars, A ci'a Stewart and Earle
particularly and of Coos County generally.
Williams, the beautiful scenery and
Subscription, $1.50 per year, in advance.___________ Phone Main 381
the high class, clean comedy. The
foundation of the story having been
It is pleasing to see that the leading spirits in the laid in the first two chapters, it
Good Roads Association seem to realize that their work is now begins to move, and the inter
not done with the passing of the bonding measure.
The est increases.
Those who wish to see what the
money is provided; now it is to be seen that it is properly
hullabaloo in Portland was a 11
expended. We might say now that it all lies with the
about, when the board of censorship
county court and then lie back and wait until the money of that city stopped the showing of
is expended, then wake up and holler our heads off be the Fox photoplay, " T h e Serpent,”
cause some of it will probably have been wasted. That is will now have a chance to judge
one way of doing it. That is the way our people have for themselves, as the picture will
been doing it in the past Instead of any organized effort be presented at the Scenic tomor
looking toward a constructive policy that would accomplish row evening This will be the last
Fox feature shown here for some
things in road matters, we have been contenting ourselves time to come. The service was re
with kicking about the mistakes of the county court and sumed on the assurance that the
the money that has been wasted.
class of stories presented would be
different from heretofore.
President Chas. Ilall, of the Good Roads Association, as it became apparent that this was
expresses warm appreciation of the assistance given by not true the contract was cancelled
the press of Coos county during the campaign. The press with the required notice, and it
terminates tomorrow night.
DUNK BOTTS, Regular Correspondent
All Rights Reservd
Sidney Hocks is holding on to his' merely wasting their time when
old squirrel rifle until he sees what they bark at the Mail Carrier, be-
they do about preparedness. If the cauae be does not pay any attention
country seems to favor disarms to them.
meet he will dispose of it for the , Atlas Peck save it is interesting
to watch the ants at work in large
In life everybody seems to be droves, running to and fro on the
wanting a reserved seat for the ground, but that it is a hard matter
price of a general admission ticket. to tell just what they are trying to
Cricket Hicks reported having do.
Columbus Allsop will take bis
seeD alizzard one day this week.
Lizzards have been gone for many bass fiddle to Tickville Saturday
weeks, but Cricket is always about evening to play for the thunder
storm scene in the show at the
that far behind the excitement.
The Excelsior Fiddling Band opera bouse.
The Clock Peddler has decided
played in front of the postoffice
yesterday and drowned out an ar to come through Hogwallow about
can well return the compliment by printing Mr. Hall’s
gument going on between Poke every eight daya instead of going
The first chapter of * The Iron
around through t h e Cali Ribs
name in big type as that of the man to whom success is Claw,” seen last night, gives indica Eazley and Jefferson Potlocks.
Put that name in 36 point; then add tion that there is goiDg to be “ some Prof. Sap Spradlen, who has beeu neighborh iod, he having put all
the c oeks ia that section in good
“ James Montgomery” in 24 point.
After that quite a thing doing all the time” in that getting next to nature in the wilds
He save so perfect
string of names should appear in Pica.
No, we are not serial No time was lost in gettiog of the Gander Creek bottoms for ie his knowledge of a clock that he
forgetting Frank Terrace not by a jug full; but when we iuto the excitement, and the fl >od the past few days, has returned can take one that is in perfect run
scenes were wonderfully realistic. with the news that he has discover
print his name in the wood type we must not let it over It is evident that no expense has ed a new stream. There are several ning condition an 1 fin 1 somstning
shadow those to whose good judgment is due his appear beeD spared in making this picture, reasons why be believes it has not the matter with it.
and the fact that it is directed bv
A 1 irge «iz -d crowd was out, to
ance here. If the Herald were called on for a suggestion Edward Jose is a guarantee of ex been discovered before, among
f r*i l ) >g (dill pr-- ich -r last Sun-
now it would advance the idea that the Good Roads asso cellence in every detail. This serial
da.; , u j. vl hj'.a ,
t'l good w u-
ciation should continue in the field and under the same
popularity, which means going cans on its banks His maio reason ther.
officers, and that it should make it its business to act as some.
Sidney Hocks, who has been ac
for believing it is an entirely new
the representative of the people in giving advice and ad
stream is the fact that its water cused of carryiug conceded wea
monition, Information and perhaps the big stick to the calls the boys, and before the di tastes fresh.
pons in his pistol pocket, h is con
rectors she souodlv trounces each
to wear a short co it from
county court. As remarked elsewhere, the Herald be of them.
A good many went to hear what
lieves that the county judge can be depended upon to use
And behold, thereupon thejdirect- the H og Ford preacher bad to say now on, in order that everybody
good judgment, knowledge and modern scientific ideas in ors hire the teacher (or another full about the present, past and future may see.
term, altbougn they were in the
road matters; but, unfortunately, he is in the minority, habit ol hiring teachers only at end last Sunday. His sermon was in A wild hog has put in its appear
teresting and istructive, and he had ance around the postoffice to bother
and it must be regretfully acknowledged that in road of each term.
good order and close attention Until the postmaster for the summer. He
matters the two commissioners do not shine with dazzling
allow the name of the district or a rival attraction appeared in the says he an I the rest of tue Demo
effulgence. If left to its own devices, it might easily hap the young girl’s name to be pub shape of Miss Fruzie Allsop with a cratic party are having a bard time
pen that most serious mistakes would be made by the lished but vouches for the absolute new bat on
and lota to contend with these days
truth of the story.— Exchange.
county court. We should have an alert and powerful or-j
The Hogwallow citizens
Washington H ocks b td ju«t left
ganization to keep its eye on what is going on and to speak j Southern Pacific Promotions those around here are not bothering a tree Thursday morning wh-u it
so much about the prevalence ol was struck by lightning.
with authority for the people and taxpayers when a serious
Following its policy to make its the hookworm as they are the scar if a person will always take that
mistake seems likely to be made.
promotions lroni men already in city of fishing worms
preciution he will never get killed.
the service, in order to give oppor
Sim Flinders returned Tuesday
The next time Jefferson Potlocks
They are clearing and grading the tunity for advancement in the rail with a lot of Tild flower plants. He
goes fishiug be says he will be
right-of-w ay with a view to planking road career, the Southern Pacific has planted them in his yard and
(By a Rambler.)
heavily arme 1.
He made this an
later. This is a much needed improve announces many new appointments. thinks he can tame them.
nouncement when he appeared at
The rambler is ctilf on deck tho he has ment.
On June i, J. H. Mulcahy und J.
Washington Hocks has made up the post office the other day after
not bean making much noise of late.
Grandma Mast is quite poorly o f late, j
We have recently visited the Fairview, Miss Arletha Slagle is attending her. } D. Saunders will be assistant gener bis mind to run for some good, easy having been to the creek to open
McKinley and Brewster Valley section. Her many friends will hope for a re al freight agents in San Francisco. office, he having done the public
the spring fishing season
This is one o f the best and most pros turn to health.
Mulcahy was formerly at Portland many favors in past years that de
he caught one of the biggest fish
perous farming sections o f the county.
We called at the home o f the Myers ; in the same capacity and Saunders serves reward
He will probably that was ever seen in this section,
Among the farmers the road bonding
at Lee and found here an enterprising j was industrial agent at Los Auge- run for the office of treasurer of the
scheme just passed by a vote o f the
and that after a hard struggle he
family. They are among the old fam i les
VV F. Miller, formerly agent Dog Hill church.
electorate did not meet with general
got it on the bank and was about to
lies o f this section.
They have two
approval. The feeling is strong with
at Marshfield, Ore., succeeds Mul
L u k e M atben sla ie very m uch in knock it in the head with a fence
farms and carry on the work on both ■
many o f them that they will not get re
places. There are three grown sons in cahy and M. A. Cummings of San- terested in the way the various har rail when the fish attacked him with
turns that justify the expenditure of
They have two o f t h e ! Francisco succeeds Saunders
vester trust suits in the U. S. com e its tail and knocked him down sev
large sums under the present hsp-hs-
finest orchards in the county with a va- ] changes are announced by J. G.
zsrd method o f road construction. They
ou t in the courts, as he UBed to own eral tim“s
Finally the fish escaped
riety o f the best apples and pears.
Stubbs, General Freight Agent.
say there is too much tendency on the
th resher himself.
and, tbougu Jefferson
Everywhere there is an attempt at
part of politicians t consider the ques
D. W . Campbell, assistant gener
M ibb Rosyola M oseley ie m aking stood on the bank with renewed de
tion of road funds from the standpoint road improvemsnt. For the most part it | al manager, also announces the ap
h erself taller bv w earin g an u prigh t termination and a large club, the
of its political bearing rather than from is the rebuilding o f bridges and culverts
pointment o f E . A. Campbell as as
hat w ith tall feathers on it.
fish did not return Jefferson j lined
the standpoint o f service and economy destroyed by the storms o f winter and ,
of construction. Besides they voice a the filling up o f ruts and smoothing o f 1 sistant superintendent of the Salt
the Baptist church in 1882
protest that they are already taxed be the road bed, but even this has vastly Lake Division at Ogden, and J W.
yond their ability to pav, and this will improved the roads and they are now in Fi'zgerald to succeed Campbell as
fair conditio:’, except in a few places.
add to their burdens.
assistant superintendent at Oakland fell to thp ground her little brother Stnutt. She aud her husbiod will
At Brewster we found the farmers
The road bonds were not authorized
Pier. O. V. Gillette, trainmaster became panic stricken and fled from make their borne at McKinley.
by the farmers' vote but by the towns all busy and crops looking good. Some
the scene. A« he passed an old
Lots of travel the past week over
and the floating population. That bet road work is being done there. Alec at Dunsmuir, succeeds Fitzgerald
man's residence on the rood he the Coos Bay road. Nine ineD aud
ter roads are needed none undertakes
to deny, but with many it is a question clearing the right-of-way at his place Shasta Division. W B Kirkland shouted wbat had happened and two four horse teams from Myrtle
of expediency, o f paying tor what you and is doing good work with a crew o f is named trainmaster and C. G. then kept straight on rutmiug fer Creek bound for the road camp near
get and getting what you pay for. men. Fred Baker was playing the
Heath chief dispatcher, at Duns three miles until be reached his Henryville. Tbs next day thre-
Time will tell. If the money is honestly double role o f building a barn for him
father who was working on the road prairie schoonere, and tbeu some,
used for road purposes and the net re
near Baodon The little girl’s body erme in and by the looks of the
A big four
sult is any considerable amount o f He is a very busy man.
permanent road work, there will be seated Buick came over the mountains Accidental Death of Child had been carried home by the time loads the people must intend to
little cause for complaint.
But, if the the early part o f last week and it was
the boy and his father reached the stay through the summer if not
Susie Nstberly the little daughter scene.
money is to be squandered recklessly; a surprise to some of the people there
if the work is to cost double or more for it is seldom that a heavy car gets of William Netkerly, who is well
This account of the tragedy was
Friday Perry LaBwell with his
wnat it ought the farmers have s right through now without trouble, but it known at this place, was shot and
told the Herald by Mrs Ora Gartin,
to kick for it is up to them to foot a seems to have got through with no
killed by her little brother, aged II. of Bandon. who obtained it from family, household goods and stock-
more serious result than the using up
large share of the bills.
last Wednesday, a few miles south Mrs. M J. Wilson who resides near started for Riddles, where he will
This has been a backward spring and o f its supply o f gas.
locate, hoping to be benefited in
of Bandoo. The children were sent the Xetberleys
the farmers are complaining that they
Gravel Ford is doing some much
health Ed Laswell took out a load
are behind with their work and that the needed road work and a grader is now from the farm on which the Neth-
for him on bis return bo ue.
crops are not doing as well as they busy filling up the ruts.
East Fork Hems
There is a erleys are working, to the county
ought. Perhaps it is the war in Eu number o f fine farms in this section, road to get some tilings which were
Miss Fowlds, of Santa Clara Va!
rope, who knows
The clouds o f hor but they are much handicapped by the
Mrs MulUn, daughter of Mr. and ley, Calif., is teaching the Pleasant
left by the auto stage. There were
ror that roll up from that gigantic bad roads in winter.
some cattle between the ranch and j Mrs John Culbertson, of Gravel- Hill school.
struggle are enough to freeze this old
the road which the children were ford, with her two children are vis
world to the core.
Opal Kraotz ia at the home of
afraid of. The little girl complain- iting her uncle, Wm Culbertson her sister. Mrs. Jap Yoakum, near
A. I.. Brown, the postmaster at Mc Teacher Re-elecled for
Kinley, is also the local blacksmith.
1 hrashing Two Boys td of this to her brother wbeD they and family. Mrs. Mullen was liv Coquille recovering from an illness
He exhibited to ua a knife m ale from
were about to start.
He slipped ing at El Centro at the time of the
steel cable. It was hand forged 1« ssp
Several outfits of prairie schoon
T w o boys ol a Lane county rural buck into the bouse acd secured earthquake in Imperial Valley.
piece and was a splendid piece o f work
ers and outfits that were not schoon
Both are good sized, b i s father's loaded 38-revolver.
manship. Mr. Brown has made a num -c h o o l fight.
ers went out over the Coos Bar
«tra pp in g youth«
The school di This he displayed to his sister and Mullen and the children were in
ber o f these knives.
road last week
The travel call
told her that they could now go in
Walter I.aw horn has purchased part rectors hastily call K. J. Moore,
gets into the blood in the spring,
o f the farm o f ¡11. C. Hyde and will i county school superintendent, and safety. They reached the road and
but everybody is not fortunate
The and gave the car a twist. The next
quit logging and settle down to the less a«lc him to come at once to mediate started back with the things.
strenuous and more peaceful life o f the He declines, suggesting that the di little girl, the boy claims, was just shock was going ahead and the car enough to be able to answer the
farm. He has made a success o f log
rectors conler w ith the school teach ahead of him and was picking flow skooted. The many buildings of
ging and his friends believe be will suc
Colexo and Mexicalle were shaken
The oldest of the Gearhart child
ceed as a farmer.
ren, who fell from a log and broke
Meeting is held him. He was csrrying the gun in down and burned,
Perry I.aswell recently left for East
bis bind an 1 as she turned it was
Ed I.aswrll, of Douglas county, her arm at the elbow, was taken by
ern Oregon by team.
I., D. Johnson as per suggestion.
of M iddle Creek, brought Dr. Stemmier to the North Bend
l o t taken charge o f his farm.
R A. EASTON.
As she in Mrs. Dugan, daughter of Sam hospital.
Arthur Brown is looking after the the boys a thrashing. Promptly she ing her through the heart.
C o r p o r a t io n s
In Ike Circuit Court of the Stale of O rj;u for
Ex-Piesident Roosevelt, who can
Ague W. Johnson,Plaintiff, ) Suit in
not justly be accused ol being a
i equity for
j a divorea.
• oft handed Iriend of corporations Alvcrda Johnson,
writes in the March Metropolitan:
To Alverda Johnson, the above nam
“ California has had similar ex- ed defendant;
IN THE NAME OF TH E STATE OF
neriences with the telephone com OREGON: You are hereby notified
panies. Here the difficulties bave that you are required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
arisen from endeavoring to work I in the above entitled auit. within six
under the anti-trust law in the ef- weeks from the date o f the first publi
cation o f this summons, to-wit on or
,ott to forbid combination instead before the 18th day o f July 1916, the
of regulating competition.
1 be last day o f the publication o f this sum
and if you fail to appear and
California commission has fouod by mons,
answer on or before said date, for want
kCtual experience that in many thereof the plaintiff will apply to the
for the relief demanded in the
cases it was of real benefit to the court
complaint, a succinct statement o f
community as a whole to sanction which is as follows, to-w it: fo ra decree
f the court dissolving the marriage
action which substituted the co o contract
existing between the plaintiff
operative activities of a strong busi and the defendant.
Service of this summons is made by
ness organization for unregulated publication in pursuance o f an order by
competion among several weak cor the Hon. James Watson, Judge o f the
court of the state o f Oregon,
Control was more read county
made the 22nd day o f May 1916, direct
ily exercised over the former, and ing the publication thereof in the Co
the results in service to the public quille Herald, for a period o f six weeks,
Commencing on the 23rd day of May
and as regards the well being of the
1916, and the last publication on the
wage workers were more satisfac 18th
day o f July 1916.
tory. In other words, actual ex
W ALTER SINCLAIR,
perieuce teaches us that good results
At'-jrney for Plaintiff, Coquille, O-e-
come not from smashing big cor.
porations, b u t from controlling
'hem in the public interest, one
Notice to Creditors
eature of the control being to en
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed ad
A FEW OF OUR
No. 7—A place containing 60 acres, 30
acres of it fine bottom land situated 7
niles from Coquille >n the main river.
Balance o f land is good grass land.
No. 8 - A 100 acre stock ranch. 10 acres
o f it is fine river bottom. Situated 7
miles from Coquille on main river.
No. 13—A fine well-improved Dairy
ranch, 8 miles from Coquille containing
0 acres, 50 acres o f it fine bottom land
in good cultivation, balance fine bench
and hill land all in Grass, 2 Houses, 2
Barns, separator House and all other
necessary outbuildings, also 20 head of
fine Dairy Cows, Chickens, Hogs, and
all farming Machinery go with the
place; also 2 wagons, 1 hack, and a
good team o f Horses, close to good
School, Store, and P. O. A snap for
some one. The price is right, and good
terms given. Terms nre L cash, £>al.
on time to suit purchaser, secured with
mortgage at 7 per cent.
No. 16—A nice little ranch o f 24 acres
vith 22 acres o f it in the bottom under
‘ he plow, the balance of 2 acres good
iench land; small Orchard, with large
7 room House and Barn, situated 7 miles
from Coquille on main river, Price $7200
Terms L cash bal. tc suit purchaser at
5 per cent on deferred payments.
ministratrix of the estate o f Isaac N.
DeLong, deceased, and that all persons
having claims against said estate ure
hereby notified that they are required
to present the same duly verified and
with the proper vouchers therefor, to
the undersigned at the office o f A. J,
Sherwood, in Coquille, Coos county,
Oregon, within six months from the
date of this notice.
Dated this 23rd day o f May, 1916.
a n n i e D e l o n g ,
Administratrix o f the Estate o f Isaac
N. DeLong, deceased.
Regular as the Clock
a n d Bandon
First-class fare o r .,.
Up freight, per ton................ 3.00
E. & E. T. Kruse
2 4 C a liforn ia S treet, San F ra n cisco
F or R e se rv a tio n *
J. E. NORTON
A g e n t, C o q u ille , O r e g o n
A w arded G old Medal
P. P . I. E. San Francisco, 1915
No 23—This is a snap if taken soon, a
17 acre tract one mile from Coquille. A
new 7 room residence, 4 acres in good
cultivation, young orchard o f 125 choice The strongest and nearest w ater-proof
Shoes made for Loggers, Cruisers,
fruit trees, just beginning to bear. Miners, Sportsmen and Workers
Price $1700. Terms one-half cash, bal
ance to suit purchaser at 8 per cent on
No.*24 —A nice little 10-acre ranch, 5
acres o f it fine bottom land in good cul
tivation, balance good bench land
cleared and in good grass.good orchard,
louse and barn, i .i mile from good
school, postoffice and store, situated on
nain river 10 miles from Coquille.
Frice $1200. This sure is a snap if
taken up soon.
Men’s Comfort Dress Shoes
Strong Shoes for Boys
Shoe Manufacturing Co.
6 2 1 T h u rm an St
P ortla n d , O r e g o n
No. 11 —A fine Residence Lot 5')xl0) I
Ask for the Bergmann W aterproof
Price $350 shoe Oil.
No. 17—One acre fine bottom land, 3-4
nile from Coquille. G tod buy. Price $250
No. 18— A 2-acre tract. 1-2 mile from
Coquille. City w ater: nd a nice new four
room bungalow. Good terms. Price $1300
No. 20—A good 5-rrom residence and
two nice corner lots. Good location. A
snap if taken soon.
No. 25—A new5-room modern residence
and two lots. Good location in east part
o f town.
No. 26— One fine residence lot with
good house and orchard. 1 1-2 blocks
from Post Office. A good buy.
No. 27—A nice 5-room cottage and four
lots. Good location.
Price $1500 .
No. 29—A fine residence lot 1 1-2 block
from Post Office.
No. 33—A fine 9-room modern residence
1 block from Court House, and one cor
ner lot. A fine location and a good buy
if taken soon. Also good terms o f pay
No. 32—A good house and one lot, one
block from Court House. Good terms.
No. 34—A good 7-room residence with
bath; good basement and new barn;
good family orchard. The place con
tains six lots, four o f them fine bottom
lots. Situated two blocks north o f the
Court House. A good buy. Price $1900
No. 35— A nice 8-room residence and
one lot. One and one-half block from
No. 36— A fine residencs lot 1 1-2 block
from Post Office.
This is only a few o f our good buys
in City Property. When you want to
buy property rail on the Coquills Val
iev Real Estate Co., Wm. Oddy. Man
ger. Phone 711. P. O. Box ¡93
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