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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1916)
T he C oquille H erald
SYSTEM IN ROAD
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1916.
| pr< paring the various projects for con-
! tract before the road budding season
j begins. All the field work oil the 73
| miles o f read, the contracts for the
| grading o f which will be let in the
| spring, has been completed. As soon
I as the plans for the different roads are
completed they will be ready for the
consideration o f the contractor. It is
expected to have the plans o f the Ban-
don road ready by the first o f Decem
COTS CO. STRAWBERRIES
EXCELLENT FOR CANNING
May Lose Fine Cattle
SIX COOS COUNTY SCHOOLS
IN STATE STANDARD CLASS
PER YEAR $1.50
flesh and stunted if compelled to live
on pasture alone.
Hog raisers differ widely regarding
the quantity o f grain that should be
fed to hogs while on pasture.
feeders give them all they will con- |
sume. Others feed a ration equal to j
about 3 to 2 per cent o f the live weight I
o f the hog. Still others will allow pigs 1
to run on pasture and feed them a 1 News of County, State and
per cent grain ration.
There is no
National Interest Told in
fixed rule governing the supplemental
grain ration which should be fed in
Brief Concise Form
combination with forage. The amount
o f grain fed depends upon the kind o f
pasture used, the price of grain and the
Pasture forage has a variable com
Alfalfa, clover, vetch, and
Coos Bay-Eugene Road to
peas furnish feed much richer in pro
tein than most other crops.
hogs are feeding on leguminous pasture
they require less concentrated feed
Grants Pass on November 11 cele
than when grazing upon nonleguminous
pasture such as timothy, orchard gra ss/ brated establishment o f sugar beet in
Bermuda, or bluegrass. In the early dustry.
Portland jitney ordinance requiring
stages o f growth the cereals may be
classed as nitrogenenous forages
A franchise, bond, and schedule is upheld
farmer may have more hogs than his by the courts.
pasture will accommodate.
Oregon and Washington tidewater
is the case, the pasture will last longer mills shipped 34,212,787 feet o f lumber
if a full grain ration is fed.
The more during October.
grain a hog consumes, the less forage
Oregon wool has recently sold in
he will eat.
Portland for the highest price in the
M INI EVENTS
Twenty-nine cows from the herd o f
Clarence and Henry Schroeder, o f
Arago, will be killed in accordance with
Del Monte People Make Test the state law which provides this me Improvements Noted in the
o f disposing o f stock afflicted with
With Magoon Berries Fur thod
Smaller Districts and
tuberculosis. The disease was discov
nished by K. F. Clark
ered in the herd when the Schroeder
All Move Ahead
New Records Will Show how
Bros, made an exhibit at the County
Fair and the tuberculin test was ap
Money is Spent and the
County School Superintendent Ray
Coos county strawberries are o f a plied. It is compulsory that all cattle
In the field work, which took a few
higher grade for canning purposes than entered for exhibit at the fair undergo mond E. Baker has received from Gov.
days over three months, about 43 miles
James Withy comb, Secretary of State
those of Hood River, according to the this test.
o f surveying was done. Mr. Murdock
Ben W. Olcott and State Superintend
report received by K. I’ . Clark from
Dr. J. L. Masson, county veterinari
states that the average cost o f survey
the Del Monte Canning company upon an, applied the test to the entire herd ent J. A. Churchill, the members o f the
ing under the old system was about $10
the two crates o f berries which Mr. and found to the surprise o f the owners State Board o f Education, official notice
per mile. That which has been done
Clark sent to them some time ago. as well as himself that 29 were infect that the Coquille, Marshfield, North
during the past three months cost
Field Work for Next Year’s about twice that much; but he adds These berries were the Magoon variety, ed and four others carried symptoms. Bend, Coos River, Myrtle Point, and
one which is raised quite generally The test employed is a serum which is Bandon high schools have met all the
that the work is so much more com
requirements prescribed by the State
here and which is very successful.
injected and the temperature taken at
plete under the present system that it
board o f Education for standardization,
will eliminate the great amount of
and are therefore listed as "Standard
slowly then drops slowly the animal is
In the not distant future Coos county guess work that was formerly indulged
is to commence actual construction in and the ultimate saving will be far table cannery here before next season free. I f it raises and drops abruptly it
County School Superintendent Ray
work on the trunk lines authorized by more than the increased cost o f the and the report upon Mr. Clark’ s berries is certain the animal is infected, and
mond E. Baker spent the greater part
the bond issue recently voted; an enor preliminary work. The extra .cost re seem very encouraging for such a ven all such must be killed.
9 t last week visiting rural schools in
mous amount o f money is to be spent sults in much added information which ture. Any number o f authorities have
Under the provisions o f a state act
and it is a matter of utmost import is already turned into dollars saved. stated that the Coquille valley is es the owner is paid $25 a head for all different parts o f the county. Mr. Ba
ance to the taxpayers o f the county Whereas under the old system the work pecially adapted to the production o f animals shot under supervision o f the ker reports that the Bridge school is
maintaining their excellent standard
that they get value received for every was gone over once, it is now done in a all kinds o f berries and vegetables and state veternarian.
The owner also
again this year and that next year they
indeed, the samples that appear on the realizes from the sale o f the hide.
dollar expended. In view o f this fact more complete way and is gone o\
expect to have a standard four-year
local markets every season bear out
it is intensely interesting to see the three times.
In California the law permits o f a high school. Only the five larger towns
preparations that are being made for
simpler test. This is a liquid dropped o f the county have high schools that
ever, the producer has been confronted
this work by the officials that have it
When grain is high, it is rather ex history o f the state.
in the eye and if the animal is infected messure up to the state’s requirements
National Corn Show
with some very difficult marketing
discolors the eyeball immediately.
A cooperative cannery and fruit dry
for standard at present, besides the pensive to feed a supplemental grain
The road building program that has
There are certain conditions under Coos River school; but the people ration. A t such times there is a grea ing plant is planned for at McMinnville
Great interest is being manifested by o f great assistance in this, all the pro
been pursued in this county in the past,
corn growers o f the Northwest this duce that can be raised here cannot be the law where meat from infected ani o f Bridge expect to be added to the temptation to place the hogs upon pas and Yamhill farmers and business men
as everyone knows, has not been sat
season in the Second Annual “ First marketed fresh and the problem of dis mals may be sold, but as it must be so list. Mr. Baker says that it is the plan ture alone. This practice will hardly visited similar plant at Eugene.
isfactory. The taxes have been paid,
National” Corn Show which will be posing of the remainder has still to be tagged it, is likely that the sale o f in o f the people o f that community to ever pay, for it generally takes more
The registration in Curry county this
the money spent and that is about the
fected meat would be quite impossible. make it possible for their children to grain and more time to finish off the year was 986—615 Republicans, 298
heldinSt Paul, December 11th to 16th, solved.
extent o f the knowledge o f the average
inclusive. While the time limit set for
Democrats and 23 Socialists, yet 1225
The Schroeder herd is considered one acquire a high school education without
citizen with regard to it, except the
In the minds o f many a cannery is
receiving entries for judging is Decern
leaving home. They have a three-year ration while on pasture.
votes were cast at the late election,
fact that he knows that practically no
The Willamette Valley o f the best hards in the county and
The amount o f grain used will also j showing that many who neglected to
her fifth, exhibits are now arriving
high school course at present.
permanent roads have resulted.
has a number o f highly successful can milk from the herd has been sold regu
daily at the Corn Show headquarters in
teachers this year are J. F. Croft, depend upon the length o f time the register had their votes sworn in.—
impossible for anyone, from the records
neries and the conditions here are even
St. Paul. The number o f requests re
principal, Miss Lillian Smith, and Miss feeder has in which to fit the hogs for Tribune.
that have been kept in the past to as
more favorable, if the statements o f milk inspection and hopes to form an
market. Hogs that are marketed from
ceived for entry blanks, and advices
Anna M. Thomas.
Florence, as well as Eugene, Gardi
certain the actual cost of any piece of
those who are familiar with both sec
10 to 12 months old are usually main
from corn growers of their intention to
One o f the schools visited by Mr.
ner, Marshfield and North Bend, has
road work in the county, qs it is to de
tions are to be believed.
tained on pasture alone during the
enter contests, would indicate that the
an official tester in connection with the Baker which is unique among rural
good reason to rejoice at the decision
termine which part o f the work has
grazing season. I f any grain is given j
County Agricultural Agent J. L.
exhibits this year will greatly outnum
cow testing associations, Dr. Masson schools is the one on upper Catching
reached by the state highway commis
been the most expensive.
ber the fifteen hundred ten-car samples
creek. With a small building, 18 feet
sion to survey the Eugene-Florence-
It appears that a decided effort is
entered at the “ First National” Corn
by 24 feet, and only ten pupils, this
Coos Bay highway, and appropriating
being made at present to remedy these
Show which was held in St. Paul last possible to get experts in this line from Lumbermen Hold Conference school is making an excellent record.
a portion o f the funds from the state
conditions and place road building in
rapid finishing is desired, the liberal
December. Promoters of several shows the Oregon Agricultural College to
The building is new and neatly painted,
treasury to pay the expenses o f the
Coos on, at least, a practical basis.
being h e l d locally throughout the
survey. It will do more for the de
Europe is pleading for American lum the windows are all at the left and the
The difficulty o f doing this is realized
Northwest have advised the manage
velopment o f the state than any other
ber with which to rebuild the cities de rear o f the building, the floor is oiled
only when one stops to think that the
ment o f the St. Paul Show, that a por arise. One department which he thinks vastated by war, says the Times. For and the grounds are being put in fine
road that has been proposed and the
present managers of this work had no
tion o f their exhibits, and in some would be o f great assistance in a ven eign countries are begging now for condition. Among the activities o f the
route is favored by the inhabitants o f a
thing upon which to start.
cases all o f them, will be sent to St.
E. H. Meade’ s book, “ Doubling large and important section o f the state
lumber in advance o f t h e demand pupils is a school paper, edited by two
B. Murdock, the present roadmaster,
Paul for entry and display. This inter
which is sure to come when the war girls who are now ready to take the Back,” which has recently been placed o f Oregon.— Florence West.
took over the office he was furnished
est on the part o f corn enthusiasts in will be one o f the main problems.
eighth grade examinations.
Mr. Ba on sale, is a most entertaining little vol
O. P. Hoff, state labor commissioner,
with practically no record o f what had
Numerous benefits would be derived
sending in exhibits from Wisconsin,
ker says that the paper shows a lot of ume and will be enjoyed by all who were estimates the vegetable production of
been, or was being done.
Four or five
Minnesota, North and South Dakota, from a properly managed and patron
ability and literary taste.
Oregon for 1910 to b i worth $26,450,-
field books and several blue prints were
It would, o f the statutes in reference to combi erine Schmidt has charge o f tne school is an autobiography and is written up
Washington, Oregon and ized cannery in Coquille.
542. The most valuable portion of the
ail. Today Mr. Murdock has system
Idaho, which states comprise the Corn first o f all, allow the man o f moderate
in a most original style.
Mr. Meade yield is the crop o f peas, representing
atized the work o f ilia office until even
means, who cannot successfully finance lumbermen feel it is impossible for
The Fat Elk school has installed a has made no attempt to “ follow the 2,920,000 bushels, worth $6,365,000,
the most skeptical must agree, after Show tearitory, wili enable the promo
ters o f the St. Paul show to prepare a a dairy farm, to make a living from
rules,” but has written his story more Beans come next with 210,000,000
examining it, that it should accomplish
ganization o f an export organization to new water system, built a new wood
representative display o f Northwestern the soil; it would, from the same
as a series o f little stories and reminis- pounds, valued at $5,250,000. Potatoes
what it is meant for.
handle this foreign trade properly.”
corn, which will demonstrate to the amount o f land, produce a livlihood for
censes. The title "Doubling B ack,” is are third with a yield o f 7,125,000 bu
the road to the school house.
A complete filing system has been in
This was the declaration o f President
most skeptical that corn can, and is a much greater population than does
Miss May Wheaton has begun a term very appropriate for the volume, which shels valued at $5,058,750.
I f all the
stalled and a record is kept in detail of
being grown successfully in practically the less intensive business o f dairying. C. S. Keith o f the Southern Pine asso o f school in the Bald Hill district No. is filled with the recollections o f nearly states were as productive as Oregon,
all work done and all material used.
every district of this great agricultural It would attract the small farmer e.nd ciation, before the conference o f east 33.
fifty years o f an active life, spent the bugaboo o f the high cost o f living
So complete are the books that they
cause lots o f idle land to be put under ern and western lumbermen at Seattle
section o f the United States.
Miss Laura Wilkins will complete mostly as an actor covering the west would disappear, while the fermera
tell at a glance where each crew of
Mr. Keith is
cultivation, and it would add at least a which opened Thursday.
her term at the Roy school next Fri ern half of the United States, especial would still make plenty o f money.
men are employed each day; how much
moderate payroll to the town itself.
» *• »
The book was
day, after which she will return to her ly the Pacific coast.
each individual project costs the tax are held under the auspices o f the First
who have come west to get in closer
written after Mr. Meade was stricken
home at Eugene.
payers, and how much o f the cost is National Bank and Northwestern Trust
touch with western lumber manufac
The new school building in the Catch with paralysis and had recovered suffi
for material and how much for other Company o f St. Paul and bankers of Uncle Sam’s Money is Up turers and seek their aid in national
ciently to be able to punch a type
the Northwest, with the object o f in
Announcement is made that R. M.
cooperation for the betterment o f the ing Inlet consolidated district is ex writer with one finger, and is a monu
By J. E. Jones.
With regard to the purchasing o f ma teresting farmers in the growing of
Jennings, o f Marshfield, former man
What will be the attitude o f the
terial Mr. Murdock says that the Ideal more corn, which has contributed more
ager o f the Oregon Power Company
“ There is no question,” he continued, the first of the month.
under difficulties that would have been
way would be for all buying to be done to make the United States a nation of United States towards foreign com “ that if a group o f lumbermen were to says that this is probably one o f the
there and at Eugene, hud closed an
too much for the ordinary individual.
through his office, as in this way they great wealth and prosperity than any merce is a question very simply ans organize a selling agency exclusively best rural school buildings in the state.
eight and one-half year lease on the
It is illustrated with photographs and
wered, if one will forget the matter as for foreign trade, and go after busi It has three rooms besides a lunch
would be able to secure ‘ better prices other product o f the land.
Smith-Powers coal mine at Henryville,
with original drawings by Vade Garten,
Farmers and farmers’ sons in the a political issue, and examine into the
and a more uniform grade o f material.
ness vigorously, they would not De in
However, owing to the local conditions, eight states included in the Corn Show activities of the American Internation terfered with by the government. Yet building is fitted with a furnace and
The property has been operated by
The title indicates there is a lingering doubt as to legality has a removable partition between two
this is not practical here and in lieu of territory are invited to enter contests al Corporation.
Pat Hennessey under lease for the paBt
headed the company with which Mr.
it the supervisors are required to make and compete for the beautiful Silver that foreign affairs are a question of o f such organizations in the minds o f o f the rooms allowing these to be used
year and the change in management
Meade played the Coos county circuit
and "G oldyn” Bronze loving cups o f concern. Fifty million dollars is “ up”
a detailed report o f them.
was made last week.
so many lumbermen, that little is likely together for a community hall.
A new school has been started in the
It is here and in connection with the fered as prizes. No entry fee is charg and such names o f captains o f finance to be done unless congress definitely
Mr. Hennessey will remain as su
payrolls that the impression has gained ed. Each state has been divided into and industry as Percy Rockefeller, legalizes selling agencies for foreign Glen creek district with Miss Dora
perintendent o f the mine under Mr.
taining, and will at the same time help
currency that the records o f the road- districts in such a manner that exhibit Theodore N. Vail, Charles A. Stone, business. This was the design o f the Brown, o f Marshfield, as teacher. The
Jennings who will devote himself to de
one who is struggling nobly against
master's office are a duplicate o f those ors will only have to compete with con Lovett, Corey, and a lot o f others, ap Webb bill, which passed the House in district is a large one and two schools
velopment o f the mine and also to the
pear behind the attempt to break in on August, but which did not go to the will be maintained hereaftei
o f tha county clerk. The clerk has a
development o f the coal trade.
The Twin Oaks school will complete
record o f the payrolls and the bills have grown corn under similar soil and the international game.
That means senate because o f the press o f other
The Smith-Powers mine was oper
Winter Short Course Jan. 6 ated under the direction o f Mr. Hen
Four prize cups that hundreds o f millions o f Yankee
paid; but he keeps no detailed record of climatic conditions.
matters before adjournment.
T h e its term Friday and a large community
what the work or material was for and will be awarded in each district, a first dollars have been pledged to one o f the Webb bill is scheduled to be taken up gathering will take place at the school
nessey and was regarded as one o f the
to Feb. 2
all the information available from them and second prize for men and a first most colossal enterprises in the history wh$n congress reconvenes in December, house the last day.
Mrs. M. M. Her
best mines ever opened in this county.
is the amount o f money expended and and second prize for boys.
o f American business South America, and every lumberman in the United mann has been teaching here.
Agriculture, Engineering (including | It produces a high grade o f coal and ia
Pamphlets giving full details regard China, Europe and Asia, are being in
to whom paid.
Mr. Murdock states
The people o f the Hermann district road building, wood working, and black- easier to operate than others.
States should support the efforts o f the
that it takes about one-fourth o f one ing the Second Annual “ First Nation vaded with plans for financing enter Federal Trade Commission and the Bu are finding their new building very sat smithing), Home Economics, and Com equipped with electrical machinery. It
American capital reau o f Foreign and Domestic Com isfactory.
man's time to keep these records and al” Corn Show, and form o f entry prise and industry.
merce, will join in offering courses for is so located that coal can be loaded
he believes that it is worth a great deal blank may be obtained on request, from ists have arisen to the occasion, and merce to get this bill speedily enacted
The school o f district 34 will hold an the annual Winter Short Courses, Jan direct from the mine into railroad cars
more than that to the people to know any Northwestern banker.
while politicians have been talking it into law.
entertainment in the near future to uary 8 to February 2 at the O. A. C. or into boats, Isthmus Inlet being only
how their money has been spent.
over, our big business men have ac
Farm engines, including tractors, will a short distance from the mouth o f
"T h e Webb bill authorizes such co raise money for school purposes.
In answering the criticism regarding
tually gotten into the game.
Tariffs, operative selling agencies for export
New Books Received
be a feature o f the work this year. the shaft.
Large Barn Burns
treaties, wars, navies—and all that sort trade. It is true that some o f our
the expense o f his office Mr. Murdock
Mr. Jennings plans to start the de
Oregon farmers will have unusual op
details some o f the greater expenses.
portunities to learn the operation and velopment work at once. About $20,-
The following books have been re of Government concern, may take its counsel have advised that such a com
regular course but the mobilization of bination is formed for the purpose of
Included in them is the salary o f him ceived at the city library:
A big barn on the ranch owned by useB o f these modern farm-power ma 000 will be expended in increasing the
self and one office man, the latter being
“ Kilmeny o f the Orchard,” Mont finance and industrial resources has not extending our foreign trade, and only Louis Knapp o f Port Orford, and lo chines. General and advanced work in output to meet the demands.
employed to draw up the plans for va gom ery; “ The Old Wives Tales,” Ben- waited. It has organized for the pur to be used for that purpose.
The local demand and the Smith-
It is also cated near the mouth o f Elk river was agriculture, fruit growing, farm crops,
rious pieces o f work; the salary o f an net; "Science of Eugenics,” Melendy; pose o f sending mining machinery, true that other counsel have advised destroyed by fire Wednesday night, to soils, stock raising, dairying, and poul Powers railway now takes up all o f the
inspector on the Marshfield-Coquille “ Tish,” Rhinehart; “ The Romance of dredges, locomotives, railroad cars, their clients, members o f our organiza gether with about one hundred tons of t r y -w ill be offered by college and. output.—Coos Bay Times.
project, where from $5000 to $9000 is a Christmas Card,” W iggins; “ A Court bridges, electrical machinery, and fac tion. that such combination is illegal, hay which were in the barn. The farm specialists.
Enrichment o f home
being spent by the county monthly, and o f Inquiry,” Richmond; “ The Rising ilities o f all kinds to harness the energy and consequently in view o f the doubt Knapp ranch is heavily stocked and life will be furthered by the work in j
Mansell Falls at Last
the expense of the Haines crew, con Tide,” Deland; “ The Trail o f the Lone and natural resources of South America which exists it will be impossible for owing to the difficulty o f getting hay home economics, supplemented by that
sisting o f Mr. Haines and three assist some Pine,” Fox; “ Sonny.” Stuart; and other countries where commerce us to form such a combination unless in Curry county the destruction o f his o f bacteriology, physiology, and art
W . H. Mansell has ordered a Stude-
ants. During the summer this crew “ The Beasts o f Tarzon,” Burroughs; ana trade has been dead for a century the W ebb bill is enacted into law.
winter’ s supply will be a severe loss to and architecture. Full particulars on bakor auto truck to be used in his dray-
has prepared the contract for the Lee- “ Bat Wing Bow l,” Coulidge; "D ark waiting for the very movement now
“ The federal trade commission has the owner, who may not be able to se application to the Oregon Agricultural1 age business here.
Now who would
Lawhorn road, two contracts on the H ollow,” Green;
“ Clever B etsy,” concerned in this new undertaking.
not expressed itself officially or other cure sufficient feed for his stock this College, Corvallis, Oregon.
have thought it? A fter 25 years as a
• •*» s
Cooper Bridge-Dora road, two contracts Breinharr; “ Going Som e,” Beach; “ The
Twenty-five years ago “ English cap wise to us, but we assume from the winter.
teamster here, and loving the horse as
at Bridge, and has done considerable N et,” Beach; "Spoon River Anthol ital” controlled flouring mills, brew fact that they have recommended the
The belief is being expressed that the
Not Yet Approved
oniy those who really know him can,
work on other roads in resetting grade o g y ,” Masters; "S andy,” Crockett; eries, railroads and factories, through passage o f the Webb bill that they barn was set afire, as there was no
Mr. Mansell has at last succumbed to
Besides this they have “ The Wonderful Y ear,” Locke.
out the United States.
During the themselves are doubtful and desire the one on the place at the time the acci
the odor o f gasoline, although he has
been doing work preparatory to the
past two years millions o f securities doubt rem oved.”
For some time past the Oregon Bow
dent occurred. It has not been re
been fighting manfully against it.
1917 program and have prepared the
have been “ coming back,” and now
ported whether or not spontaneous er has been contemplating the construc a matter o f fact, the desire to save his
contract for the Coos City Sumner pro
Europe, England included, makes its
beloved horses from the long days and
W e Have a Right
ject, the Myrtle Point-Cooper Bridge
banking arrangements in the United
between here and Marshfield, the ap late hours involved in the express and
Hogs on Pasture
road and have gone over the Sunset-
States. Suddenly we have become the
proximate cost o f which will be $16,000. mail deliveries under the present train
Empire road to eliminate excessive acres o f land is the yield realized by great creditor nation o f the world.
Manager F. E. McKenna informed the schedule has had much to do with Mr.
The people about Coquille seem to
grades and sharp curves.
A t present W. E. Colvin at his ranch near Gravel brings the United States face to face think the S. P. is giving them decidedly
The cost o f pork is reduced mater- Herald yesterday that the approval of Mansell’ s yielding to the blandishments
they are working on the road between Ford. Mr. Colvin was in town Thurs with a leading part in world affairs.
the worst o f it. They have the best ially by the use o f pasture and forage | the project has not yet been received o f J. A. Lamb, the Studebaker sales-
day and said that part o f the field went
here and Fairview mountain.
The missionaries and priests always cattle shipping point in tne county he- crops, but it is desirable to feed grain from the H. M. Byllesby company,
The extreme folly o f expending $670,-
do the social pioneering in new land», cause o f the fact there is pasture to be or other concentrated feed in addition. which is the holding corporation owning
000 without an adequate system o f cost it fell a little short. Mr. Colvin says but by the time they arrive on the job had there for the cattle while waiting In some sections o f the country where the Oregon Power company.
Thought He Was Smart.
“ My purse Is always well filled,"
accounting is at once apparent and it is that he has been offered eight cents they always find that capital has p r e -; to be loaded, and they have no cattle pastures are luxuriant, mature hogs
The purpose o f the proposed line is to
to eliminate this danger that the road- ; ■ pound for the crop and sold part o f it ceded them. So it is in the pioneering ghute. It seems to us they are about are maintained in an apparently satis do away with the necessity o f two pow stated the chronic bachelor, “ because
master's office has supplemented the at that price. The price, however, is o f world com merce—finance has started right in kicking.—Agitator,
factory condition on pasture alone. er plants and if It is built the power It never feels the” —
lie grinned with all the pessimism of
records o f the county clerk. For the advancing and Mr. Colvin is holding out and is blazing the pathway—and j
This practice should not be followed, j used in Coquille and Myrtle Point will
first time in her history Coos county is the remainder o f the crop in the hope the Government will be along after j
however, in the case o f young, growing be supplied by the big plant at Marsh a caged hyena.
“ —touch o f a woman's band.’’—Judge.
Have you paid the Printer? pigs, because they will become thin in 1 field.
clearing up the preliminary work and o f getting ten cents a pound for it.
DO NOT DUPLICATE CLERK’S
PEAS MOST VALUABLE CROP