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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1905)
23: No. 12.
Entered as secund-ela»» matter May
8, 11)06, at the poatofflce at Coquille,
Oregon, uuder act o( Congress of Mardi
Walter Culin, M. D.
P hysician and S chukos
C oquille C it y , O hk .
Next Door to P
J. J. STANLEY
C oquill «, O bkoon
J, D. WETMORE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Residence of J. A. Collier.
A. J. Sherwood,
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A t I O B S B I - A T - I i A w ,
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Can uillc Hmtlö.
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, W E D N E S D A Y , DECEMBER «, 1905.
| concerns in direct and very unjust
Note and Comment.
competition with free labor at a
Governor Peunypacker says ho is
Editor Labor Press:
pittance per diem for such of the
The following paper was read at
In complying with your request best workers as the corporation may poorer than when he accepted the
the meeting of the Public School to write something to be sent to the
office he now holds. But think of
Improvement Longue whioh was newspapers of OregoD concerning select.
tbe free advertising he has had.
It is the opinion of the entire
held on Friday, by Dr. J. D. Wet- the work of the State Road Commis
“ The Philippine Islands are ours
more. on “ The Physical Care of sion, authorized to devise a plan for Commission that it is not bound to
follow the letter of the resolution and must be ours for more than a
working the canvicts on a state road
L o a n s N e g o tia te d ,
C o n v e y a n c in g
Physical care of children should to be built from Portland to the as to just where and how tbe con generation” says Secretary Taft. !
N o t a r y P u b lic
begin at birth. It should be the duty South line of the state, I will say: victs should be employed, but that Just like all of poor relations.
of the physician to inform the The Commission has held three our findings should be in line with
H. R. POWNDER
The President is being urged to J, J. STANLEY
mother to avoid many infantite di meetings at two of which we had what is most economical and most
seases. Certain rules should be short talks by Judge L. R. Webster practical for the greatest number of
followed, first, it is unhealthy for of this county, author ol the resolu the people of the state, and it is sin tions in bis message to congress on
tbe subject of pure food legislation.
the child to sleep with the mother tion creating the road commission, cerely to be hoped that no opposi
All the Latest
or any adult. Second, a system of and at one a talk by Hon. J. E. tions will be met on this point.— Tbe public is demanding the
Designs in Frames.
India !nh and Oil.
“ square deal" on food products.
regularity should be carried out. Magers, ex-judge of Yamhill county,
Every three hours is as often as an now chairman of the road commit Commission, in Portland Labor
Professor Langley’s air ship which
infant should receive food. Bottle tee of the Portland Board of Trade. Press,
cost the government sixty thousand
feeding is often a source of sickness Both of these gentlemen are en
dollars has been oonverted into a
and death. Third, proper atten thusiastic in their favor of the idea The Short Conrso in Agriculture boat house for a Potomac river row Present Address
Lock Box 212
349 First Street
tion should be paid to ventilation. of working the convicts on the roads,
His flying machine Coquille, . . Or.
To give Oregon farmers who are ing club.
Fourth, bathing, when not properly and proffer us all the assistance in
unable to pursue a four-year course never worked but he succeeded in
given, ib often a source of illness. their power to accomplish such an
in the Agricultural College, a share making the money fly.
I must not dwell on this part of my end. The Commission is also very
in the advantages of higher educa
The consulating board of Engin
paper. Will hasten on to the time much indebted to Secretary Laber
tion, the college at Corvallis, eers of the Panama canal was given
the child enters school. Physical of the Board of Trade for many
has for many years conducted absolute right to according to its
training at the time the child enters helpful suggestions and also for
Institutes in • various best judgement on the question as
CARRYING REGULAR STOCK
school should be a part of the cur tendering us the rooms of the Board
parts of the state. But the Insti to whether we should have a sea
and Established Goods, where eash Instru
riculum of the school.
o f Trade for our meetings, free of tute, while it has its place, eas de
level or a lock canal but the Presi
Although there has been much charge.
We sell you a
velopment of perhaps greater im dent reserved the right to insist on ment is sold according to its intrinsic value.
improvement in late years in the
I mention these things to show portance, that of holding a more its boing a lock canal.
construction of school buildings,
the interest taken by these men and extended Institute, known as the
at their real ualue.
there are possibilities of much great
The Interstate Commerce Com
their organizations in the work of Short Course in Agriculture, Horti
er improvement. Forty-three years
only on each G-rade
mittee of the Senate is again in ses
this commission, and in the same culture and Dairying.
ago, when I entered school, the
The main conception of such sion taking testimony on tho rail We carry a complete line o f Pianos, Organs, Piano-Players,
connection I have letters proffering
primary room seated 72 pupils. For
the aid, in any way we desire it, of schools is that they are places where road rate question. This is a con
two hours and forty-five minutes in
Talking Machines, Sheet music and Musical Merchandise.
the departments of the University people from the farm and orchard tinuous performance with the com
the forenoon and the seme in the
Everything Sold on Easy Payments.
farmers and fruit mittee and they have been at it so
of Oregon having to do with work — practical
afternoon we were huddled togeth
understand ingly long it has become practically a Representatives of Domestic Sewing Machines for Coos and Curry Co’s
of this kind. F. G. Young, profes growers—can
er. The room was ventilated by
sor of economics and sociology in study the application of some o f the habit with them.
that institutions, has compiled a fundamental laws of their occupa
A soft-coal stove in the center of
Tne government printing office
Successor to the Chas. Grlssen and A iago M u sic Co.,
voluminous documents on “ Tenden tion. In announcing the Short
the room was used for beating pur
cies in Recent American Road Leg Course wo feel that we can make it refused to print the report for the Phone, Main 905.
Marshfield, Orer on.
poses, and when the thermometer
lady managers of the St. Louis ex
islation,” and among the brief in thoroughly practical for any intel
registered below zero for several
troductionary remarks is tho follow ligent agriculturist, and that we can
R. E. SHINE. Vice Prei
A. J. SHERWOOD, Pres.
L. H. HAZARD, Ceshler
days we were dismissed, ns the stove
ing, which is significant of our make scientific agriculture and sand dollars of government money
could not generate heat enough to labors:
horticulture both educational and and had tho report printed else
keep us comfortable, and auy ex
Such a course covers a where. And yet there is not one
cuse for not attending was consid
field which on account of lack of lady manager on our diplomatic list.
among them New York, Illi
O F COQUILiLiB, O R E G O N .
ered by nine-tenths of us to be all
time and apparatus for illustration
nois, Iowa, and California, are
Caughing Spell Caused Death.
I wish to compare the
cannot be undertaken in the regular
using convicts to advantage in
“ Harry Duckwell. aged 25 years, Transacts a General Banking Business
tbought with that of my profession.
preparing road material. Near
choked to death early yesterday
Teaching was a system of treatment.
ly, if not quite, all of the
The course consists of a series of morning at his home, in the pres
Beard e? Directors.
The size of the dose or nauseating
Southern States are successful
popular lectures along lines suited ence of his wife and child.
R. C. Dement,
A. J. Sherwood,
National Bank of Commerce, New Y eik City
taste was only considered in pro
in lowering the cost of road
to aid horticulturists, dairymen and contracted a slight cold a few days
L. H. Hazard, j Crocker Woolworth N ’l Bank, San Francisco
ago and paid but little attention to
portion to the amount of knowledge
R. E. Shine. I First Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Oi,
construction in the use of
others engaged in agricultural pur
Yesterday morning he was
gained. The only thought was, is
prisoners and State conviots.
suits in developing the great natural seized with a fit of coughing which
it necessary, and if necessary the
The lec continued for sometime. His wife
We are also in receipt of a quan resources of our state.
dose must be taken, if no other way
tity of literature from the Depart tures are all supplemented by lab sent for a physician but before he
the pupil was whipped into submis
could arrive, another caughing
ment of Road Inquiry, Washington, oratory work under the supervision
spell came on and Duckwell died
sion the mode of procedure, the
D. C., among which is valuable data of experts who strive to make the from suffocation.—-St Louis Globe
thought of adaptability was entirely
front Eastern and Southern states course thoroughly practical by Democrat, Dee. 1st. 1901:”
It was not uncom
concerning the work of convicts on adapting the work so far as possible Ballard’s Horelioud Syrup would
mon to see several children sleep
have saved him. 25c, 50c and $1.00.
the roads, I have written to each to the needs of each individual.
A private hospital for the care aud treatment of medical, surgical
ing all at the same time. It was
SP E C IA L COURSE IN D A IR Y IN G .
of these states for copies of the laws
There is lamentation over the
and obstetrical cases. Equipment new and modern
practically a torture den.
The Special Dairy Course will President’s order that there is only
(and all data bearing on the prac-
not. uncommon to read in the educa
in every particular.
ticrl working out of the same) that open on the same date, January 8, one entranco to the Promised land
tional journals about the pbysibal
have to do with the employment of 1906, as the Short Course in Agri of Consulra appointment and that
wrecks the “ cramming” process is
convicts on the roads, and ere long culture, nnd continue six weeks, by the sharp and stony path of ex
making at the present time of many
Lec amination and proved efficiency.
would seem as though our work closing February 16, 1906.
Including room, board, general nursing and drugs.
of our children. It certainly can
ture periods will be so arranged The consular service hrs also been
can begin to take definite shape.
not compare with the unsanitary
It will, of course, be remembered that those of special interest to the resort of the hungry politician
condition of forty years ago.
dairy students can be attended with and appointments have been made
that it is a part of the specified work
I will quote Prof. Maxwell, su
out interference with regular dairy according to influeuce and locality,
of this commission to examine into
perintendent of the schools of New
and now that this is closed to them
and report upon the feasibility of
The course is designed to famil office seekers must turn to more
working the convicts on the roads.
“ God makes the child; man makes
iarize students with the modern commonplace methods of making
While it is no secret that the entire
the education." Education makes Commission at this time is a unit in forms of dairy apparatus, and teach a living. A thrifty politician may
statesmen, what does poor teachers the belief that is is feasible, every the underlying principles of the able to change bis politics accord
make. In New York city, there are
one realizes that the perfecting of a production, care and manufacture ing to the administration and learn
550,000 pupils. Little do the pupils definite plau is a work that will de of milk into butter and cheese. a new platform for each election but
Both the How and the Why will be it is heartless to ask him to learn a
of the rural districts or country rea
velop the multitude of unseen diffi
Succeaeor to W H. Mansell.
lize the advantage they have over
culties which may finally convince the aim of the instructors, and it is now languago before ho can be given
their city cousins. An investigation us to the contrary. In the work of tbe intention that tbe ideas set a consular appointmeut.
W IL L M E E T A L L B O A T S A N D T R A IN S .
by the authorities at the beginningof determining the feasibility of tbus forth will be applicable to the farm know just bow much money it takes
the year the prevalence o f disease ex
All orders handled with carefulness and expedience.
to buy every vote in his district but
employing the convicts, every one
ceeded expectations. Out of 14,#00
it is too much money to demand
who is sensible of the real value of or cheese factory.
pupils examined between 40 and 50 good roads, in every section of the
The dairy course is open to all that he shall know tho binomial
per cent were diseased. These con state, should get busy setting forth persons of good moral character, theorem before he becomes a con A g e n t fo r th o b e a t C o o s C o u n ty C oa l
ditions should not exist even there. what resources his section offers, both male and female, who are at sul, and hence the wail from the
How is it with our school? The and what benefits it would derive least eighteen years of age and who army of office seekers who see their
first room I visited a month ago,
or what disadvantages will be en have a common school education. last hope removed.
50 per cent showed defects in read
Particularly do we No entrance examinations will be
ing, other choreacardiac diseases,
want to know the disadvantages and required, but it is expected that The Key that Unlocks the Door to Long
pulmonary skin, deformity of spine,
obstacles. It is easy to see there is those seeking admission will be able
The men of eighty-five and ninety A p riva te H o sp ital w ell e q u ip p e d fo r the treat
deformity of chest and hearing. A
to intelligently understand lectures,
a vastly greater sentiment in favor
years of age are not the round well
school the size that o f Coquille
of than opposed to the idea, and it take some notes, and perform a fed, but thin, spare men who live
m ent o f s u r g ic a l and m e d ical d ise ase s.
should have a medicial inspector.
on a slender diet. Be as careful as
is just such facts that often cause small amount of text-book work.
T ra in e d N u rs e s in A tte n d an ce .
A pupil on entering should be ex
he will, however, a man past mid
hasty, imperfect and costly plans by
amined to ascertain his or her physi
reason of immature consideration of
W m . Horsfall, M. D,,
cal condition. If their conditions
“ I was much afflicted with sciati much or of some article of food not For Information Address
suited to his constitution, and will
were found to be below a certain
need a dose of Chamberlain’s
It will be seen by the resolution
standard they should not be allow
authorizing tbe appointment of the Sedgwick Co., Kan., going about Stomach and Liver Tablets to
ed to attend. They should be ex
Commission that a definite road is on crutches and suffering a deal of cleans and invigorate his stomach
amined at least once a month there-1
I was induced to try Bal and regulate his liver and bowels.
provided for, viz: a macadamized pain.
When this is done there is no rea
after until admissable. By so doing
Liniment, which re
road from the city of Portland south
son why tho average man should
the standard of health would be
to the California state line.
This lieved me.
not live to old age. For sale by
much improved. What does school
I used three 50 c bottles. It is R. 8. Knowlton.
may cause a feeling of resentment
training without acturl performance
from those people located in sections the greatest liniment I ever used;
H O LL IS T E R 'S
fartherest from this proposed route. have recommended it to a number Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
The boys snd girls outside of the
of p ersons; all express themselves
It should be remembered, how. |
Coquille school and a large part of
as being benefited by it. I now
ever, that the first and greatest
Coquille live, talk, walk and work
wal k without crutchts, able to per
consideration is whether it is better
form a great deal of light labor on
with nature which is aa much of an
than the convicts be worked on the the farm.” 25c, 50c and $1.00.
esaential aa the three r’a— read-
pu blic roads than leased to private Sold by R. 8. Knowlton.
Continued on second page.
Some Gkiod Suggestione.
Convict Labor on Roads.
BUY PIANOS OF DEALERS
W. R. Haines Music Co.,
Hall & Hall,
A tiobskyb - at -L aw ,
Dealer in U r a l E otatk o f all kinds.
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
C. A. Sehlbrede,
M arshkield , O regon .
E. D. Sperry.
W . C. Chase.
SPERRY & CHASE,
Ofiloe in ltobinson If adding,
E. G. D. Holden,
City Beoorder, D. 8. Commissioner, Gen
eral Insaranoo Agent, and Notary
Pablio. Office in Robin
A. F. Kirshman,
D rntiht .
Office two doors South of Post ofiloe.
to $£30 per week!
Miss S. C. Lakeman, Matron.
M ARSH FIELD
COQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT CO
Tom White, Master
Ban Hon....... 7 a - w . | Coquille------10 a - m .
C oquille....... 1 r-M. J Randon----- 4 p - m .
Connecte at Coquille with train for Marshfield
and btearner Echo for Myrtle Point.
J. O. Moomaw, Master,
Coquille....... 7 A M. 1 Bundon.. 10:45 A-M.
Bandon......... 1 P-M. I Coquille. 4:45 r-u.
H. Jams. Master,
M yrtleP oiu t.. .7 a - m . | oqullle C’y 9 30 a - m .
Coquille C ity .. .1 r-M. | Myrtle P’t ..4 00 r-M.
Daily except Sunday.
J. E. Myers, Masters.
Myrtle Point 1:30 P-M. I CoquilleCTy 4:00 P-M.
Coquille City 7:00 a - m . | Myrtle P’t 10:00 a - m .
Connect« with lower-river boats at Coquille
City for Randon and intermediate points.
Ample barges for handling freight.
Sewing Machine Kepairmg
David Fulton, o f this city, is an expert
cieaher and repairer, and anyone in
need of hia services will d o well to call
at hie residence or drop him a card.
A good home id this city, on
Enquire st this office.
™ HORSFALL HOSPITAL
M ISS L. G. GOULD. SUPERINTENDENT.
Central Oregon State
Normal School O