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The Coquille Herald
Published Every Tuesday.
Entered as second-class matter
May 8, 1805, at the post office at Co
quille, Oregon, under act of Congress
of March S, 1879.
Devoted to the material and social
upbuilding of the Coquille Valley,
particularly and of Coos County gen
and state government, many pages of
election returns anl state statistics,
showing the taxable property of the
state, the assesment rolls of the var
ious counties, the appropriations of
the legislature and the principal of
ficers of all the states and territories.
This and much more you can get at
the expense of a postal card to Mr.
ic, but because they are dominated by
factions and leader« who seek to curb
competent worker« and proibire for
the incompetent far more than they
can or do earn.
The I. W. W. organization is possi
bly the worst example of laDor union.
It is avowedly anti-social and unpa
triotic. To the world it proclaims its
doctrines that the lazy and incom
petent shall take the product of the
industrious and competent, and also
shall appropriate the world’s store of
sabotage, arson murder—all these it
uses as its weapons. By its open vio
lence it has discredited itself with
the public, and it only a matter of
time before it will be outlawed and
stricken with punishme it such as only
an outraged public orinion can perpe
trate. Excesses will be committed
against the I. W. W. that will equal
mob violence—excesses which sober
public opinion will deplore, but which
sober thought will be unable to con
trol. The I. W. W.’s have brought
this treatment on themselves just as
certainly as a ravisher brings on 1 im-
self the vengeance of a maddened
FRUITS and FRESH
Every order now should include
RIDING A FREE HORSE.
There is unqestionably a disposition
on the part of federal officials and the
Subscription $1.60 per year, in ad army of commissions recently created
Phone Main 381. to ride a free horse to death in the
case of the press. This morning there
comes to our desk a mass of govern
ment matter—much more than v/e car.
possibly publish and it keeps coming
every day. Milton A. Miller asks us
to publish a long notice to tobacco
dealers, which can have no interest
whatever for anyone else. Why docs
not he mail a notice to the half
dozen tobacco dealers in Coquille di
Sooner or later every bootlegger is rectly instead of asking us to burden
bound to feel the heavy hand of the our columns with matter entirely des
law, and once he gets behind the bars titute of news value? He even has
his former profits vanish like the the gall to ask us to carry this notice
free in “a prominent place in our news
One of the banes of a
The trouble with the I. W W.’s newspaper man’s life is the constant ARE FAVORITES WITH CANNERS
is that their doctrine is all take ana attempt to impose upon him as “news
A Cottage Grove, Oregon, dispatch
no give. That is Germany’s position m atter” items intended to profit or says: In order to assist in conserving
too. With power enough behind it puff individuals.
the food supply and to give children
that doctrine sometimes wins for a
an opportunity to earn their spending
time—but never in the history of the
money, the Cottage Grove cannery is
HE LIVED ON LIQUID FOOD.
world has it made a parmanent suc-
To those who suffer from indi offering a substantial cash price for
gestion the following from a corres Evergreen blackberries, which grow
wild here in such profusion that they
In noting his sale of the Gold Beacli pondent of the Oregonian will prove are considered a nuisance. Although
Reporter to E. M. Bogordus, J. Hunt- especially interesting:
“Through an accident which injured a nuisance to the person who would
ley, the attorney who established that
esophagus I have bean forced clear his land, yet the berry is a favor
paper, naively reifiarks:
ite with users of canned goods, and
“I got along nicely in the editorial since 6 years old to subsist on a diet any quantity can be sold. It is es
chair until I was convinced that il
timated that many thousanls of dol
took a newspaper man to run a news
lars’ worth of these berries go to
Then I stepped down and I have worked hard since old enough waste on the bushes every year. The
to follow a plow on the farm where 1
was raised, I am physically perfect cannery is having no difficulty this
The statement that it is in the hands
of the women of America to win the a wreck at 30 years. Give me my
war which is being reiterated from liquid diet and let the heavy eater of
ocean to ocean by the press is not a rich, solid foods have all he will gorge, tiving at Woodburn in the Willamette
new discovery. Kitchener, before his and J will dare him to match ine on valley the cannery there was buying
death, said “this war will be won in a forced hike for any number of Evergreens at 2 cents a pound and can
Other things being days.”
understood that this variety which
equal the best fed soldiers will win
Such a statement of this appears has gone wild in western Oregon was
to indicate that most of us consume a the favorite blackberry among pur
Oregon is not yet a state of many great deal heavier and more concen chasers of canned goods. There are
great incomes. In the fiscal year end trated food than we need to or than probably enough of them in the Co-
quillee valley to keep a cannery run
ing June 30 its contributions to the is wholesome for us.
ning for a month or six weeks at this
income tax was practically a dollar
DO NOTHING WORTH WHILE.
a head. Washington was $V50 per
The anarchist element represented
person, California’s over $4.00. For
Front and C Streets
the United States, the average is by the I. W. W. has never brought
New stoves and ranges at Quick’s.
$3.50 per capita. Except the Southern the laboring people of Butte anything Also a full line of second hand wood
Phones 691 and 541
states, Oregon has the smallest in but trouble, hard times and disaster, and coal stoves.
says the Anaconda Standard. They
comes of any in the union.
have never brought anything else to
of Ohio, City of Toledo,
A Portland exchange talks about the any community in the country and Stats
Luca* County, aa.
“pall of smoke” tempering “the heat they never will. They never obtained F ra n k J. C heney m ak es o a th th a t he
sen io r p a r tn e r of th e firm of F . J.
of the sun.” The fellow who wrote higher wages for anybody and they C is heney
* Co., doing business in th e C ity
that doesn’t know anything about the never will. They never employed la of Toledo, C ounty a n d S ta te a fo re said ,
a n d th a t said firm w ill pay th e sum of
heat of the sun. Certainly we don’t bor; they never filled a pay envelope, O N E H U N D R E D D O LL A R S fo r each
an d every c ase of C a ta rrh th a t c a n n o t be
have any such thing down in Coos and they never will. They can induce cured
by the use of H A L L ’S C A T A R R H
F R A N K J. C H E N E Y .
He might learn something men to go on a strike, but they have M E D IC IN E .
Sw orn to before m e an d su b sc rib e d in
about it down in southern Kansas, never found work for them.
They m y presence, th is 6th d a y of D ecem ber,
can get rid of the hard
A. W. G LE A SO N .
though, where the thermometer goes can close a mine, but they cannot A. (Seal)
N o ta ry Public.
est and most disagree
up to 110 degrees most seasons and open one. They can destroy, but they H a ll's C a ta r rh M edicine is ta k e n in
able part of the week’s
te rn a lly an d a c ts th ro u g h th e Blood on
sometimes reaches that point day af cannot build up. They can dynamite th
e M ucous S u rfa ce s of th e System . Send
o r k by sending the
ter day, with a cumulative effect.
a miners union, but they never built
t\ J. C H E N E Y & CO., Toledo. O.
wash to us.
one, and they never will.
Sold by a ll d ru g g ists, 76c.
The Supreme court of Washington
Organized labor in Butte must H a ll's F a m ily P ills fo r co n stip atio n .
Add a new pleasure to your
state has certainly rendered a just de throw off the blighting grasp of I.
cision when it put the ban on picket W. W. if it is again to enjoy good
with an Eastman.
ing. The judges were eight to one in wages, good work and good time -.
how easy it is
signing to the effect that “picketing is
Employers will have no dealings
intimidation and contray to American with this organization or any that
institutions.” It says that the law seems to be under its control and in
If it can be washed we
Awarded Gold Medal
prohibits the employer from black fluence. Nor should they. No Amer
listing the worker; that the same prin ica i citizen no honest, sincere labor
ciple is involved in picketing, and that ing man should have anything to do
employes cannot blacklist their em with an organization that breeds The strongest and nearest waterproof
ployers by the use of pickets.—Blaine trouble, disloyalty and anarchy.
Shoes made for Loggers, Cruisers,
Miners, Sportsmen and Workers.
WHAT IS NEEDED FOR VICTORY
There is no question that the law re
From the Oregon Voter.
The Bergmann Farmuse Shoe
quiring the testing of dairy cattle for
Narrow employers, narrow labor
tuberculosis and the destruction of In
unions, public officials and the gen
Regular as the Clock
fected animals is a good one. The
eral public must learn one important To Keep Your Feet Dry Use The
cases in which the retention of n sin
lesson if America is to do her ut Bergmann Water-I’roof Shoe Oil.
gle tuberculous animal has resulted in
most towards enforcing an early, vic
the infection of whole herds is evi
torious conclusion of the war. That
dence enough on that point.
is that greed for money and greed
equally certain that the greatest care
First-class fare o t r .............$10.00
for power must be controlled in the 621 Thurman St.
is demanded in making the tests. It
Up freight, per ton.............— 3.00
interest of industrial productivity.
would be little less than a crime when
Narrow employers must learn that
dairy products are in such urgent de
E. & E. T. Kruse
mand to condemn cows that are in they cannot sit back arrogantly and
by assertion of private rights defy
24 California S treet, Sen Frenciaco
the nation to use their plants and
W h e re t r a i n e d u p c c ia list* w ith m o d e rn lab
The Food Products Bureau just es abilities in such manner as will pro
rie s a n d a d e q n t e e q u ip m e n t g iv e in
For R eservation,
tablished by Congress provides that mote the winning of the war. Indi o s tr ra u to c tio
n lo a d in g to c o lle g ia te d e g re e s In th e
government officials shall go into ev vidual rights in property are main fo llo w in g s c h o o ls :
A O R IC U L T U R E . w ith 15 d e p a r t m e n t # ;
ery kitchen and pantry and storeroom tained in time of peace, but under
Agent, Coquille, Oregon
C O M M E R C E , w ith 4 d e p a rtm e n ts ;
in the land and make a census of what war’s necessity they may be restricted
E N G IN E E R IN G , w ith 6 d e p a rtm e n ts , In-
we all have on hand in the way of
• lu d ln g C ivil, E le c tr ic a l. H ig h w a y . I n d u s tr ia l
eatables. And then they are to ques even mightier than government itself, A rts. I r r ig a tio n , a n d M e ch an ical E n g in e e r in g ;
Is the first company that has located in
F O R E S T R Y , In c lu d in g L o g g in g E n g in e e r
tion us and find exactly what we are
I m :
your vicinity that pays
spending each month to furnish our
mer months some member of almost
H O M E E C O N O M IC S , w ith 4 m a jo r d e p a r t
tables. It isn’t what we have been in the way of what may be necessary n e n ts , in c lu d in g t r a in in g in th e P r a c tic e every family is likely to be troubled
terfat as soon as it is delivered. Years
acccustomed to, but it will help the to have done to win the war. An em H o u se ;
with an unnatural looseness of the
bowels, and it is of the greatest im
M IN IN G , w ith th re e d e p a rtm e n ts , in e I ad
government in the war and at the ployer who shuts down operation of
of creamery and cheese factory experi
portance that this be treated prompt
same time help us to learn about his plant rather than submit to what lug C h e m ic a l E n g in e e r in g .
ly, which can only be done when the
things we ought to know.
ence has taught us that the
Mrs. F. F.
O F M U SIC , o ffe rs tn s t n ie ’medicine is kept at hand.
government wii' be ostracised as an Mon T H in E S th C e H O p O r in L c ip
a l d e p a rtm e n t« o f vocal Scott, Scottsville, N. Y„ states, “I
first used Chamberlain's Colic and Di
a n d in s tr u m e n ta l m usic.
is the most satisfactory way for every
The new Blue Book just issued from
IT A R Y D E P A R T M E N T , .n rn lle d arrhoea Remedy as much as five years
the o ce of the Secretary of State and their fortunes while our soldiers I0 S T 5 H E c a d M e IL
t . In IR IS IT, a n d won rav oatm en
body. We are paying
and compiled by Ben W. Oicott is the yield their liver will rank with that R atio n fo r O, A. C. fro m t h . W e ste rn D e p a rt tack of summer complaint and was
best ever. There are almost 200 pages English steamboat director who had m en t o f t h . XJ. 8. W a r D e p a rtm e n t ae o na of suffering intense pain. One dose re
terfat today, delivered at Coquille.
Others members of my
parked with information about Ore himself rescued in preference to wo t h . fifte e n ‘ d ta lln g u D h r d l a . t i l B l i o R i " of lieved me.
h ig h e r te a m in g . All e a d e ta w ill ha f u r a l a h .4 family have since used it v-ith like
gon and we should hardly know how
Narrow labor unions will likewise e o m p le ta u n i f o r m , h , th e D. 8. O o r e r n m r o t results.”
to keep house without it.
a n d th e J u n io r a n d a e n io r e a d e ta e n ro lle d in
It contains the constitution of the have to answer to the bar of stern th e R. O. T. C., w ill be g iv en c o m m u ta tio n foe
Quick carries the Wisconsin vegeta
•tih a la te n e a . a . w«U a t a ll t r a n s p o r ta tio n and
state, full lists of state and county public opinion.
ble and meat cooker, the best on the
• u b s ia ta n c a a t th e . l a w e e k . S u m m er cam p
Today, the great proportion of la
officials, finely illustrated articles
Will take 14 half gallon jars
R E G IS T R A T IO N B E G IN S O C T O B E R «. market.
about the state’s pub'ic institutions bor unions are narrow. Not because 1 » 1 7 I n fo r m a tio n on roiinom A d d ro « a or 21 quart jars at a filling and cooks |
from the capital to the penitentiary, the majority of their members are Registrar, O re g o n A g r ic u ltu ra l CoUaga meats in two and. one-half hours—a J
C o rv a llis, O reg o n .
useful information about the national necessarily anti-social and unpatriot-
saving of over an hour on each filling _ j
This is the season when we are able to sup
ply you at reasonable prices with many
things that would be luxuries at other times.
Practically ever thing, whether local or Cali
fornia products, now being within reach of
all, there is not anything better at this sea
son than good fruit. We have it.
Everything th e m arket affords and prices right.
Busy Comer Grocery
Bergmann Shoe Guaranteed
I COQUILLE LAUNDRY 1 1CL CO
$1 to $60
Knowlton’s Drug Store
J. E. NORTON
The T. S. Townsend Creamery Co.
T. S. Townsend Creamery Co.
Phone 161 , Coquille, Ore.