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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1917)
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THE VALUE OF
EARTH ROAD MAINTENANCE.
NOTICE TO# CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed
O A R G U M E N T FOR GOOD ROADS O A Never Ending Job and Has to Be
Administrator of the estate of John
Done Over and Over.
Wultermier, deceased, und that all
Meet arguments for road im- O
Earth road maintenance uow is und
persons having claims against said
O provements as an aid In trana- O
will continue for some years fo he the
are required to present the
O porting farm products are based O
same, duly veritied and with the prop
o ou hauling grain, cotton, timber O reul road problem of Kansas, since it
er vouchers therefor, to the under
o and other heavy materials, saya o is uot likely thut more than a very
signed at the law office of C. R. Bar-
o the American Highway assocla- o small per cent of the highways will be
in Coquille, Coos County, Ore
o tiou. There is another class o paved iu this genertitlou, asserts W. S. This Is the Prize Offered For the gon, within six months from the date
o which Is Important in some sec- o Gearhart, professor of highway engi
of this notice.
Needed Name—Can You
o tions to which attention was re- o neering in the Kansas Stale Agricul
Dated this 8th day of May, 1917.
o cently drawn by Fred W. Davis, O tural college aud state highway engi
of the estate o f John
o commissioner of agriculture of o neer.
F. E. Conway is experiencing con
o Texas. This is the class of per- 0
“ Practically al! the work done on an
O ishable products which it Is very o
siderable difficulty in securing a name
earth road, except reduction of grades,
o important to deliver in good cou- G correction of horizontal alignment, for the new D aily Products Compa
o dition ai the shipping station.
o building of drainage structures und ny which he is organizing. The In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Coos.
Many shipments have been re- o
A 15 Par Cent Increase In the Propor o jected by consignees for bad con- o elimination of railway grade crossings, new company will manufacture, Frank A. Gardner, Plaintiff,
is tem|>orary and should properly tie deal
tion of the Available Children Attend o dition, started while hauling the o
Mr. products. Several names have been Eunice Gardner, Defendant.
o produce over rough roads. Such o considered
ing Schools Took Place Following
in Equity for Divorce.
selected but in each instance it was To Eunice Gardner, the above named
Construction o f Good Roads In Eight o rejections are usually ascribed to o
"Doing permanent work is a eonipar- . . . .
o the crookedness of the comm is- o
found they were already registered,
«lively easy matter, for when once it is
o si on merchant, hut Mr. Davis o done correctly it will last for a number ^ name is needed to complete the or- In the name of the State of Oregon:
You are hereby notified that you
A 15 per cent Increase In the propor O says he has observed tomatoes o of years. The maintenance of uu earth gamzatlon.
arc required to appear and answer the
tion of the available children attend o and other produce loaded Into o road, however. Is a never ending job.
Pending the selection o f a suitable complaint filed against you in the
ing schools took place following the O cars in such a damaged condition O It is like milking tbe cows aud doing name, Mr. Conway has already pur- above entitled suit within six weeks
construction of good roads in eight O that they could uot possibly be O other chores, for tbe builder knows chased and taken over in his own from the date of the first publication
O accepted at their destination. As O
counties studied by the office of public
of this summons, to-wit: within six
o a remedy in a poor roads district o that the work of maintenance will have name the Coquille Valley Creamery weeks from the 8th day of May, 1917,
roads and rural engineering of the de
to be done over and over agaiu and on behalf o f the new company, The
o many farmers fit their wagons o
the same being the date of the first
partment of agriculture, it is shown in o with springs, which reduce their o cun never feel that it In in any sense
Daisy,” “ Mead- publication of this summons.
words “ Buttercup,’
a recent publication of the office. The o capacity, aud in this way Incur o permanent
And i f you fail to appear and an
For this reason the earth roud has a owlark, ’ “ Bluebell
Improvement in roads was followed o an expense to overcome the bad o
Tbe trouble Is not so were selected but a search o f the rec- swer on or before the 19th day of
also In several of the counties, the re o conditions which would go far O
June, 1917, the same being the last
_____________ _________________________ ords revealed the fact that these
day o f the time prescribed in the or
port shows, by consolidation of a num o toward paying the taxes needed o
names were already registered.
In der of publication, the plaintiff will
ber of the little one room schoAl Into o for good roads.
fact, it was learned that practically I apply to the Court fo r the relief de
graded schools, which give the pupils o
all the suitable names of flowers and manded in his complaint, a succinct
better educational advantages; by a de o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o
statement of which is as follows:—
| birds were registered.
velopment of various industries and
That the marriage contract hereto
From a commercial standpoint, the fore and now existing between the
by social Improvements due to easier
Intercourse These Improvements are
j selection of a suitable name fo r the plaintiff and the defendant herein he
related closely to increases In laud Nearly 5,000,000 Square Yards Super
brand o f the manufactured products annulled, set aside and held for
naught, and for such other and fur
values and decreases in hauling costs,
is a very important matter. In view
vised In Last Fiscal Yaar.
ther relief as to the Court may seem
effects also traced to the construction
of this fact the F. E. Conway Mort- just and equitable.
of Improved roads.
, gage Co., on behalf of the new Dairy
Service of this summons is made
In Spotsylvania county. Va.. the roadway, tbe equivalent of 501.9 miles j
I Products company, is offering $25.00 by publication in pursuance o f an or- i
Average dally school attendance In of road flfteeu feet wide, were con- |
in gold for a suitable name. The new der made by the Hon. John S. Coke,
creased from 57 per cent o f the enroll structed under tbe supervision of fed
Judge of the Circuit Court within and
ment before the road3 were Improved eral road specialists In the last tiscal
; company will manufacture butter, for the County o f Coos and State of
to 77 per cent after. Several small year, according to tbe annual report of
cheese and condensed milk, and what Oregon, dated May 4th, 1917, direct
schools were consolidated
Between the office of public roads and rural en
it wants is a name for the brand of ing that service thereof be made by
1901), the year preceding the building gineering o f tbe United States depart
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I these products.
The name or word publication of said summons in the
Coquille Herald, a newspaper pub
of good roads, and 1913. the year fol nieut of agriculture. This is more than
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submitted for the brand of the prod- lished at the City of Coquille, in said
lowing their completion, the shipment
double the mileage so constructed la
County, Oregon, once a week for
of forest products, the principal prod
; the name o f the new company, such a period of six weeks.
ucts of the county. Increased more previous years. The roads constructed
C. R. Barrow,
! as Meadowlark Dairy Products Co.,
than 78 per cent. The Increase during under supervision of the office include
Attorney for plaintiff
this period in the poultry business In experimental roads, post roads, county
| or Darifood Products Company.
the county was 77 per cent and In roads and roads In national parks and
It is required, i f possible, that the
forests. The expenditures of the office
dairying 110 per cent
r v ..
name fo r the brand and the compatr
Be amiable, cheerful and good na-
In Dinwiddle county, Va.. the aver
be one word, reasonably short, easily tured and you are much more likely
AN EARTH ROAD.
age daily attendance for children for gineering services and supervision, the
spoken and remembered, universally to be happy. You will find this d if
thirteen schools on the Improved roads communities, except in the case o f for
much with the material of which the known, suggestive of Dairy Products ficult, if not impossible, however, when
was G3.4 per cent of the enrollment In est and park roads, meeting the bulk
of the costs for material and construc road is composed as with our system and one that has not already been you are constantly troubled with con
or lack of system of management
registered or is not in use, but whic
stipation. Take Chamberlain’s Tab
A special appropriation was made Other types of roads, when treated us
is registrable. The name may be a lets and get rid o f that and it w ill be
tor tbe construction of the post roads we treat the earth roads, are mucli
in the postoffice appropriation bill of more expensive and serve tlie traveling “ coined” word. It is more likely that easy. These tablets rifct only move
1912. Eight of tbe eleven post road public little, If any. better. Tlie vast a “ coined” word such as U-Need-A- the bowels, hut improve the appetite
projects remaining at tbe beginning of improvement that can be made on our Biscuit would not be taken and there and strengthen the digestion.
the last tiscal year were completed by present earth roads by intelligent di fore less trouble encountered in regis
tbe end of tbe year, bringing the mile rection in their construction and main tering it.
Notice of Final Settlement
age of the completed roads under this tenance is little realized by the public
An idea for a brand should accom
Notice is hereby given that the
special project to 097.0. Three of the and the serviceability of a properly
pany each name, although not abso County Court of the State o f Oregon
original seventeen projects, aggregat maintained earth rood is not npproei
Anybody anywhere for Coos County has. by order made
ing 59.17 miles iu length, remained un ated when compared with oilier typ^s lutely required.
this 24th day of April, 1‘>17, 9et the
is eligible to compete, and there is no hearing of objections to the final report
completed at tlio end of the year. The of roads as to cost of construction.
“ Successful construction und main limit to the number of words or names of K. Halverson, administrator of the
eight projects completed are in seven
tenuuce of any kind of a road do; cr.o anyone can submit. A ll names must estate of Henry Halverson, deceased,
stutes and traverse fifteen counties.
The demonstration maintenance work upon the recognition by the public and be in the office o f the Darifood Prod to be heard on the 31st day of May,
undertaken In 1914 on a through route the builders of a few fixed and fund;: ucts Company’s office, Coquille, Ore 1917, all objections to said report to be
filed before said date.
from Washington to Atlanta was contlu
gon, not later than June 1, 1917, in
K. H alverson ,
“ One practical, well paid roue;
ued during the year, tile mileage under
Administrator of the Es
supervision increasing from 724 to 870. builder should he made responsible fo: order to be considered.
tate o f Henry Halverson,
The cumulative efTect o f continuous I he upkeep of a certain section of ror.i!
maintenance, saya the report, has been, and should be employed throughout th lo u r Patriotic Duty—
demonstrated by the fact that from year, his tenure of office being made
, Buy a Liberty Loan Bond. IN TH E C IR C U IT COURT OF TH E
March 15 to the end of the fiscal year, dependent entirely upon tlie chnractci
S T A T E OF OREGON, FOR
June 30, 1910, tbe road was not closed of services rendered. The graded por
T H E GHADED SCHOOL TAK ES T H E PLACE OF
COOS C O U N TY.
tion of the road snould be elevated
to traffic at any point.
A NUM BER OF LITTLE ONE ROOM COUN
In tbe national parks and national and crowned so that tlie water from of the difference between the actual A. T. Lewis, Piaintiff,
forests the office supervised construc every section of the road surface will payroll and the payroll represented.
1912-13, while the average attendance tion of approximately 170 miles of Mow into the side ditches.'*
Interest and penalty charges are pro Robert Wyatt, Smith Powers Logging
for all other schools In the county was road, of which about seventy miles
Company, a corporation, D. How
vided for payments overdue or in de
60 per cent. Several school consolida were completed. One of tbe roads un Your Patriotic Duty—
ard Savage and C. A. Langworthy,
tions have been effected, larger school der construction—tbe Esenteute- Win
The amendments make it possible
Buy a Liberty Loan Bond.
buildings have been constructed, and der road in the i’owell national forest.
for individual employers and for mem
pupils have been transported to school Utah—will open up communication
Notice is hereby given that pursu
bers o f firms under the act to secure
Liberty Loan Bonds.
at the expense of the educational sys with a settlement In the valley of the
tem since the road Improvements were upper Colorado river which has here
for themselves, through application ant to a writ o f execution issued out
made. Truck gardening and dairying, tofore been practically cut oil from the
I f these bonds are so desirable, why to the Commission, tne benefits o f the o f the above entitled court, I will, in
which were profitable only within rest of the world.
is it necessary to advertise them ex law should they be injured while en the 30th day of May, 1917, at the hour
three miles of the principal market
of ten o’clock of said day, at the front
gaged on the work.
town of tlie county beforo the road Im
Employers hereafter engaging in door of the court house, in the City of
provement. are now carried on profit
these bonds to sell the whole issue, hazardous occupations are required to Coquille, County o f Coos, State o f Or
ably within a seven mile radius.
Iu Lee county, Va., a considerable in Expenditure or» Highway»- f»howe 250 but it is earnestly desired that this file notice with the Industrial Acci egon, at public auction, in satisfaction
Per Cent Gain In Decade.
dustry has beeu built up following the
loan shall be a popular loan, a loan by dent Commission within ten days a f of said execution, sell the following
An enormous Increase in the total ex and from the people at large of the ter commencing work, givin g the na described real property, to-wit: Lot
road improvements in the shipment of
tanbark, extract wood and puli» wood, penditures for road building and bridge United States, and not alone from ture of the work, and where it is the Sixteen and the South half of Lot F if
products which could uot he profitably construction, marked the development
hanks, trust companies, and finan desire of the employer to reject the teen, Townsite of Powers, according :
hauled over the unimproved roads. The of highway work In the United States
To that end bonds are to he law, notice must be sent to the Com to the plat thereof on file and of rec- j
Improved highway system has attract
of small denominations, and mission within three (3 ) days after ord in the office o f the County Clerk
ed buyers of farm products who travel
The of said Coos County.
from farm to farm and furnish a new rouds show that the expenditures for subscribers for small amounts are to commencement of the work.
Witness my hand and seal this 30th
cash market for the farmers. There this work Increased from approximate he supplied before the subscribers for same period of rejection also applies
day o f April, 1917.
has been a 25 per cent increase in bug ly $80,000,000 n year in 1901 tc about large amounts are granted their full to the workmen.
$282,000,000 In 1915, or more than 250
gies sold by a county vehicle factory.
W. W. GAGE,
Other amendments deal with the
In Wise county, Va., social conditions per cent. State expenditures Increased
Sheriff of Coos County, Oregon, j
administration o f the compensation
have been bettered since the good roads
law in the distribution of benefits, and Date of first publication May 1, 1917.
N E W A M E N D M E N TS .
were constructed, many farmers ulong 000. Iu addition, more than $27.000,000
provide that the making o f false rep Date o f last publication May 28, 1917.
the Improved highways having built of local funds were spent under state
new homes or Improved old ones, add supervision in 1915. bringing the total Workmen’s Compensation Law Is resentations to the Commission for
ing sanitary conveniences. School at road and bridge expenditures managed
the purpose of securing benefits shall
tendance bus Increased materially, hut by the states to $80,514,899.
T IIK D IA M O N D B R A N D .
he punishable as a misdemeanor.
The rapid growth In Importance of (B y authority of State Industrial Ac
since compulsory attendance regula
Copies of the Workmen’s Compen
tions went into effect about the time state highway departments Is shown
When the amendments made to the sation Law, with the amendments in
the improved roads were completed by tlie report. Since 1891. when New
the Influence of the two factors could Jersey established the first of these State Compensation Law by the last corporated, can he obtained on appli
D IA M O N D B R A N D I’ ll.I.H, for 25
years k nown as Best, Safest. Always R el iahte
not be determined separately. Several agencies, every state except Indiana. legislature became effective on May cation to the Industrial Accident Com
South Carolina and Texas now has
BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHEPr
school consolidations have been made.
21st, operations carried on by the
Automobile registrations in Franklin some form of highway department state, or by counties, cities, towns,
county, N. V., increased from 371 be The falling off In value of road work
school districts, irrigation listricts or
fore the road improvement In 1912 to performed by statute and convict labor
853 after road Improvement in 1914, was from 25 per ceut of tbe total In ports and port commissions, may se
and two automobile bus lines connect 1904 to less than BVfc |>er cent of the cure the benefits o f the law through
proper application made to the In
ing distant towus In the county were total in 1915.
established as noon as the Improved
dustrial Accident Commission. Many
Buy direct from the factory.
roads were opened.
Road Building In Paru.
cities and counties have recognized
There has been a notable stimulation
The government of Peru has adopted the value o f this application of the
of dairying and general diversification a scheme of road building to apply to
compensation law; Coos county, fo r!
on the farms of Dallas county, Ala., all parts of the republic. Projected
since the Improvement of the roado of roads are classified In four groups— example, having stipulated in making
national, departmental, provincial and contracts for road work with private j
In the section of I<auderdule county. district. The national government Is contractors that all workmen em
Miss., where most of the roads have to have charge of the construction and ployed shall be brought under the
been improved, the school attendance maintenance of the untionnl roads, provisions of the law.
Increased from 72 per cent of the en which will be those between the princi
Phone main 774. Factory opposite S. P. Depot.
Another o f the amendments that
rollment In 1912. Just after the road pal points of the republic. Other roads
should he kept in mind by builders
work started, to 81 |>er cent In 1913, will be In charge of depart mental, pro
after the completion of the work. Sev vlnelal and district authorities. A staff and logging and lumbering operators
eral school consolidations have been ef of road engineers will be organised is that which makes payments due
and provided for In the annual budget the compensation fund by employers
a lien upon real property upon which
the labor was performed, and also up-
Liberty Loan Ronds.
Liberty Loan Ronds.
cn sawlogs, spars, piles, ties or other
What is the security for a Liberty
timber, and upon lumber in yard
U n d e r N ew M anagem ent
What is a Liberty Loan Bond?
A Liberty Loan Bond is a solemn where manufactured, labor liens only
The faith and honor o f the United
having preference over the compensa
States, hacked by all the resources of ProfttiS€ of the United States to pay tion fund lien.
Payments due the
the Nation and the American people, at maturity the amount of the bond fund are also made preferred claims
A Liberty Loan Bond is a mortgage to the holder thereof, and to pay in- in bankruptcy and trustee proceed
on all the resources and taxing pow- terest semiannually each year from j ings. and in the administration of os
era o f the Government and all o f the the date o f the issuance o f the bond tates and receiverships.
resources of the American people.
until it is fully and finally paid.
jsenution o f payroll makes the em-
D E P O S IT S /
M tum .......n» w «y»nim n m « tn t« m m m im t t i im im m H B ni
N youth is the time to start a bank account,
licad the lives of the successful men in
every line o f endeavor. In the recital of
their life stories they proudly relate how
they earned their first dollar and how they
opened their first bqnk account.
Youtli for many is a-prodigal time. But
it is the time when the young man who wants to be a
success in life should lay the cornerstone by opening
a bunk account und adding to it. The ambitious young
man needs no urging to open un account. It is to the
young man who is scattering his money foolishly that
this appeal is made.
P IL L S
Hive complete, knockdown, $1.90.
Crate of five, knockdown, $9.25
Empty Hives, knockdown, $1.20.
J. H. OERDING & SONS
HOT E L
Having1 leased this well-equipped hotel, I propose
to conduct it in such a manner as to merit pat
ronage and give satisfaction to the traveling
CHARLES BAXTFR, Proprietor
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Improve Social CondKions and
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