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COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, W E D N E S D A Y , MARCH 21, 1906.
VoL. 23: No. 27.
Entered a» second-class m atter May
H, 1905, at the postofflee at C oquille,
Oregon, under act of Oongreaa o f Marcii
W alter CuUn. M. D.
P hysician and S urobon
CoquiLi.K C it y , O b *.
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p f t
T e le p h o n e S.
J. J. STANLEY
A. J. Sherwood,
A ttobnbt at -L aw ,
N otaby P ublic ,
W alter Sinclair,
A ttobhky - at -L aw ,
N otary P ublic ,
A bstbactkr or T itles .
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rieb W arden.
Astoria, Or., Feb.
Report of the Master Fish
for February, 1906.
To the Honorable Board
R eport of the
entlem en :
Arrests and prosecutions during
the month for violation of the Fish
ing Laws have been as follows:
Feb. 1st. Water Baliff Settem
filed a complaint in the justice court
Astoria against R. B. Campbell
Foreman of the Astoria Box Go's
sawmill at Astoria, for allowing saw
dust to be dumped into the Colum
Feb. 13. Water Baliff Sattem filed
complaints in the St. Helene justice
court against Otto Grinde and 0.
Smith for having small sturgeon in
Upon being ar
raigned before K. P. Watkins of
said court, pleas of guilty were en
tered, whereupon each was fined
(20 and costs, which were paid.
Feb. 13. Deputy Game Warden
W. A. Mack, of Portland, filed com
plaint in the St. Helen’s justice court
against H. Fergus for having re
ceived and shipped two small stur
geon to the Portland Fish Company
F eb. 8th.
o p e r a t io n s .
The last of the salmon fry raised
at the McKinzie river hatchery ata-
H a ll & Hall,
tion was turned out February 25th
A t t o b h b t s a t - L a w ,
and the station closed down for the
Oealei iu H bal E stât * of all kindB.
The result of the season’s
work shows that 1,773,791 fry of
the early Chinook variety were rais
ed and liberated in the McKenzie
river, in the immediate vicinity of
C. A. Sehlbrede,
At the Yaquina hatchery we were
successful in collecting 6,189,000
Silverside eggs which together with
M arshyibld , O bboon .
1,661,000 Chinook eggs taken last
fall makes the total collection for
the season 7,850,000.
We are ar
E. D. Sperry.
w . C. Chase.
ranging for a supply of Steelhead
eggs at this hatchery and will, with
SPERRY & CHASE,
out doubt, collect one million eggs
-*• A t * - o r i a l L a w .
from this variety of Balmon.
the Chinoon aDd Silverside eggs se
Office in Hobin»on liaildiRR,
cured 820,740 of the former variety
C oqu ille,
and 1,800,000 ol the latter variety
have been transferred to the sub
station on the Alsea river and will
E. G. D. Holden,
be hatched and raised and turned
L aw ybb ,
out into Drift creek, which is a
U. 8. Commissioner, General Insoranci
tributary of the Alsea. Half > f the
Steelhead eggs that we are success
Agent, and Notary Pnbllo. Offloe
ful in collectiug at this station will
in Bobin son Building.
also he divided with the Alsea
At the Siuslaw River Hatchery
Station I have also arranged to
A. F, Kirshman,
take Steelhead eggs and from pres
ent indications we will he success
D bntibt .
ful in collecting at least one million
• nd possibly two million of eggs
Offloe two doors South o f Post 0B 0*.
from this variety of salmon.
Bids for the construction of the
new hatchery building for the south
Coos river have been asked for.
COQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT CO The building is to be a one-story
frame structure 55x104 ft. 6 in.,
S tr . D I S P A T C H
with an 8-foot ceiling in the clear,
Tom White, Master
and to be equipped with 155 batch
B andon....... 7 a * m . | Coquille
10 a - m . ing troughs.
Coo A llé ....... 1 P-M. I B andon
Connect« at Coquille with train for Manhtield
auil steamer Eriio for Myrtle Point.
S tr . F A V O R I T E
J. C. Moomaw, Maeter,
Bandon. .10:45 A-M.
Coquille....... 7 A-M.
Coquille. 4:45 P-M.
Bandon......... 1 P*M.
S tr . E C H O
H. «lams. Master.
M y rtleP oln t.. .7 A-B. I oquillsC'y # 30 a-M.
Coquille C ity .. .1 F-M. | Myitis P’t. .4 00 F-ii.
Dally except Sunday.
“ The safe and reliable tiwn-
New and Speedy,
Str. Elizab eth
C. P. Jeneen. Maeter.
W ill m ake regular tripe between
Coquille River and San
ITo Stop-over at W a y Porta.
E le ctiic L igh ts. E v ery th in g in First
Class 8 trie .
T f YOU ARE
T H I N K I N G
A . .
Oall at the O. K. Creamery and let
me make you a price on the best
and cheapest engine on the market
THE COQUILLB RIVER
eggs this season at the sub-station
that we have on this tributary
stream and have arranged for the
work, but these log jams have shut
the fish off aud our prospects are
not very bright.
I am in hopes
that the rains will soon swell the
streams so that the logs will sep
arate and permit of a few Steel-
heads getting by later in the sea
Duty of Parent to School and 1 eacher.
The foilwing paper was road by
our townsnmn, It. S. Kuowlton, at
the recent meeting of the Coquille
Publio School ImprovementLcague:
Madam President, Ladies and
Gentlemen: It is with timidity that
I appear before you today, because
at former meetings you huvo bceu
entertained by much abler speakers.
At our last meeting we had the
pleasure of listening to a verv able
paper from the gifted pen of the
p re8ideut of this society.
then I had not realized the exceed-
jng iarge scope of the subjects of
The East Fork of the North Fork
afiords no very desirable location
below Minard's mill dam, but above
the dam the river could be success-
fully worked at several different
points. A hatchery, though above
the dam, would always be at a dis great interest that may be discussed
advantage and dependent entirely on this floor. I would like to see
upon the operator or owner of the that paper published in some of the
dam maintaining a good and easy literary journals, for I know that it
passage way for fish.
There is would enlighten many a fond moth
very little logging on this stream,
er’s mind on the subjeot which is
and if it were not for this one ob-
, very important to her, and would
struction a desirable location could !
, . . . .
result in much good to a great many
without doubt, be secured
Three years ago I looked over
That paper dealt with the child
quite thoroughly the South Fork
and the Middle Fork of the South from infancy till it reached the
Fork of the Coquille and found proper age to enter public school.
nothing that looked very encourag Let us hope that in the near future
ing as we were at that, time depend the gifted autnor will continue the
ing upon the old style rack which subject, following the child through
proved to be of little service, espe the next eight years, or through the
cially in the ooast streams; but now public school.
with the new style of rack that I
have adopted for the coast streams
it seems to me from my remembrance
of those tributaries, locatiaus can be
secured where work could be suc
cessfully carried on, if not for the
logging, and this spring after the
roads get in better shape, I will
look them both over again in 4he
hopes of being able to find some,
The subjeot assigned me today is
“The Duty of Parent to School and
Teacher.’’ In considering the sub
ject I find it difficult to determine
whether I am dealing with duty to
the teacher or to the pupil, for it
seems to me that the two are identi
cal and insuperable.
Duty to the
teacher always implies duty to the
pupil, and the reverse is equally
true. In considering this subject
The receipts of the office during we will deal only with the public
the month have been as per the school.
President Roosevelt re
cently said, “ The Public S hool is
District No. “ 2.”
the manufactory of American citizen
From Account of .Licenses Issued, ship.” I think the statement is cor
3 Still Net Licenses at $5...$ 15 00 rect, because at tne public school
6 Still Net Licenses at $2.50.. 15 00 the pupil is taught obedience to
5 Pish IVo&lol-’n Liooono,
law, which i, Alio fundimeulal prin
(1st class) at $5................. 25 00 ciple of freedom and free govern
1 Fish Dealer’s License (3rd
Ho is taught punctuality,
10 00 self reliance, morality, gentility and
1 Fish Dealer’s License (5th
patriotism. I do not think we can
cla ss)................................... 20 00 over-estimate patriotism. It is the
principle that founded our govern-
$ 85 00 ; ment, has preserved it to tho present
District No. “ 1
and is essential to its perpetuity.
From Fines and Penalties.
The ono who said we must educate
From justice court,
or we must perish probably spoke
S t . Helens precinct, 2-3
more wisely than he knew.
Fine imposed against Otto
American people have accepted the
Grinde for having small
! thought and they now believe that
sturgeon in bis possession 13 35 education is the bulwark of our
Feb. 26. From justice court,
government. It has been said that
St Helens precinct, 2-3 of
every American boy has a chance to
Fine imposed against C.
I would add that
Smith, Feb. 13, 1906, for
every American girl has a chance to
having small sturgeon iu
occupy the White House.
bis possession..................... 13 35 ever, there is one idea that strikes
$26 70 mp n‘pre forcibly, that seems to me
From Sale of Contraband Sturgeon to be of far greater importance.
| That is, every American boy can
From sale of 26
small Sturgeon seized by
become a good American citizen.
Water Bailiff, Ole J. Set-
When I say boy in this connection
teD, Feb. 7, 1906, and sold
I mean girls too, for I have beard
to St Mary’s Hospital.
that the boys embrace the girls.
Said Sturgeon were found
in the possession of Otto
It beiDg conceded that the school
Grinde and O. Smith of
is essential in educating the youth
Columbia C o ..... ...........$ 4 00
From Account of Licenses issued. and qualifying him for future use
fulness, we will now try to consider
72 Gill Note Licenses at
$5.00............ .................... $360 00 SOme of the duties of parents to the
$ 1 . 5 0
wuose parents are careless and ap
parently not interested.
I have, known instances where
the children of a family were do-
| prix%d of practically all the benefits
that might accrue for a whole term
of school, simply by tho parents
' speaking disparagingly of the teaeh- MS
Cannes a full and complete stock of
| er in the presence of the children. 1
; Instead of the effect of the wrath
TNT> T T n
I falling on the teacher as intended,
I it fell on the children to their great
disadvantage. I think tho duty of
the parent in this matter too appar
ent to need comment.
Parents should become acquaint
ed with the teachers, for such ac
quaintance enables them to more
successfully co-operate with the
teacher, which co-operation is essen
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Conditions in the school room
should be such that the pupils are
comfortable, otherwise, both the
T. T. LAND, Proprietor.
pupil aud teacher are placed at a /IN
disadvantage, and cannot get the *
full benefit of the time and labor.
nowlton’s Drug Stei
DRUGS, M EDICINE
FINE STATIO N E R Y,
Children should be dressed comfort
ably, not necessarily fine, for neither
fine clothes nor money will pur
chase a rating not earned, for in
our publio schools the children of
the poorest parents are placed on
equal footing with those of the
“Lickin’ and Lamin’,” as de
scribed in The Hoosier School
Master, should be a thing of the
past. If parents will give proper
consideration to the report cards
that are sent out every month, it
will keep them informed on the
progress their children are making.
Let them examine these monthly
reports, and if they find the rating
low in any branch, then investigate
the matter. If the child ¡3 weak in
that brunch, give it more aid and
e icouragement, if it is due to any
oilier cause, then apply the proper
This idea applies more
especially to the rating on deport
If all parents will look
carefully to the deportment of their
children, the necessity of punish
ment by the teacher will be reduced
to a minimum, if not entirely elim
inated from the school.
Fareutal love which is natural,
aud should be cultivated and en
couraged covers a great mauy faults,
yet we should not allow it to make
us entirely blind to the faults of
Parental pride is
commendable, especially if inspired
by seeing success crown the effort
to properly rear nud educate tho
child. Yet paternal love and pride
Bhould not influence our minds quite
to the extent it did that of the fond
uother, who, when she watched the
whole school march by remarked
that her boy was the only one in step.
The order of things should be
such that attending school and ac
quiring the knowledge noceaoary to
properly fit one for facing the world,
and qualifying him for successfully
following some useful avocation,
would be a pleasure and not a bur
den. Then in future years bis mind
would love to revert to bis school
days as bis best aud brightest days,
aud to the school as truly his Alma
([; Po o Tables
Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Cigars and
City News Stand.
W.H. SCHROEDER |
W a tc h m a k e r and Jew eler,
Front Si reel,
G O Q U IX j I j XS,
■ ■■■■■■» nan i n i l h
A ll w o r k
m i n r i r T n
7 7 ■ :~ ~ Y -
B, F E N T O N
P ro p
Saddle Horses of host quality always on baud. Good lligs in redi-
noss for special trips. In fact, a general Stnge and Livery business.
Accommodations for Taveling men n specialty
Leave Coquille at 6 a. m., arriving at Roseburg at 10 p. m. Fare $5..r0
M AR SH FIELD
A private hospital for the care and treatment of medical, surgical
and obstetrical cases.
Equipment new and modern
$ 1 5 to $ 3 0 p e r w e e k
Complying with the request of
Iucluding room, baard, gmeral nursing and drugs.
George P. Topping and others in
terested in having a permanent sal
mon hatchery established on one
of the tributary streams of the Co- In
The duty . Physical Culture and E xpres
10 Trap Licenses at i $25.00.-250
00 8cboo> acd ttacher’
quille river, I made a partial investi 12 Fish Dealer’s Licenses,
and necessity of attending school
Mrs. WoottoD, of the Columbia
gation of the North Fork of said
(1st class) at $5.00.......... 60 00 should be impressed on the mind of
the child. The child should feel College of Expression, Chicago, will
river from our present sub-station 3 Fish Dealer’s Licenses (2nd
class) at $7.50..................... 22 50 j tHat he is a part of that body and take a limited number of pupils.
down about half way to Fairview,
Apply at N. E. corner 2nd floor
and of the East Fork of the North 1 Fish Dealers License (3rd ^ __ that bis presnee is necessary to the
class.).................................... 10 00 school. When a child enters school, of school building between 4 and 5
Fork up as far as the Abernethy
o’clock p. m.
From what I saw of the
$747 50 is enrolled as a member, then his
North Fork I am confident that Total for both Districts.......$863 20 first and most important duty is to
The Best Coueh Syrup.
to that school. That duty should
fairly good work could be done at
S u c c e s s o r to W H . M ansell.
Apple, ex probate judge,
several different locations with the
The accounts against the Depart
Silverside and 8teelhead varieties ment which I have approved and The success or failure of the school
is to say that I have used Ballard’s
WILL MEET ALL BOATS AND TRAINS.
herewith for payment depends largely on the discharge Horehound Syrup for years, aud
of salmon if not for the extensive present
All orders handled with carefulness and expedience.
logging that is carried on on that amount to the sura of $855.72;
that I do not hesitate to recom
tributary. It is not a large atream $425.17 of which is against Hatch be required with military exactness. mend it as the best cough syrup I
25c. 50c and
and the loggers depend upon st r- ery Fund, District No. “ 1” ; $141.75 When a pupil is permitted to be have ever used.”
A g e n t fo r t h « t e s t C o o s C o u n ty Goa.T
$1.00 U 8 Knowlton.
age dams with flood gate« to move
their loga, which are verv bad for No. “ 2” ; $200 is against the Spe excuse he may invent, his benefit-,
successful hatchery work, stopping cial Appropriation for the Construc will be reduced to a minimum
A three-disc Hancock plow will
as they do, to a certain extent, sal tion and Erection of Coast Steam The teacher readily recognizes the be sold at a bargain, also a span of
mon ascending the stream to spawn, Hatcheries; $231.80 is against the difference in the progress made by young horses well broke.
suit washing the young fry beyond Special Appropriation, Operating pupils whose pirents take an in- at this office.
the main channels of the river when and Maintaining Hatcheries on the interest in the matter of the chil l ’s
i Robinson has completed shelving A private Hospital well equipped foi t: a treat
on their way to the sea.
When I coast streams (Umpqua and South education, who go over the lessons
67 dozen o f the Brown Shoe Com
was there the river was quite low
ment of surgical and medical diseases.
I hey are up-to-date
and at a couple of places the log* Special Appropriation for the Salary cult places, encourage greater effort
Trained Nurses in Attendance.
had jammed and piled up so thick and expenses of the Master Fish or coerce the m to greater effort as
i the nature of the child requires, “ nifty” lot of shoes ever brought to
for s distance of a mile or more Warden.
wn. Call and see ’em.
Very respectfully submitted,
v who see to it that the childreu are
For Information Address
Wm. Horsfall, M. 1).,
that fish ascendiDg the river were
always on time and always prepared
H. G. VaoDUSEN,
completely slopped. 1 was in hopes
Full stock of A. A, Cutter shoes
Master Fish Warden. for school, and that made by those at Lorenz’s.
of getting a supply of Steelhead I
Miss S. C. Lakeman, Matron.
(fe n e rn l D r a y m a n
MISS L. G. GOULD. SUPERINTENDENT.