Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, January 19, 1911, Image 2

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    AGRICULTURAL
COLLEGE NOTES
Coquille Harald.
HAVE YOU A COUGH?
PUBLISHED EVKKY THUU8DAT.
Application made Jan. 12, 1911, lor
entry at Coquille poetoflice as second
class matter, under act of March 3,1879.
Knowlton’s White Pine Cough
Syrup will at
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J. E. U PD IK E
PU B LISH ER
Attendance
Devoted to «be material and eooial op
bildinsof the Ooqoille Valley particularly
and o f Ooos Ocunty generally .
Sunbsoriptioo, peryear.lt> advance, l.flO
once relieve it
Has
THE S PEED MANIA.
Increased
Sixty Per Cent
This Year
Phone, Main 354.
Knowlton's Drug Store
Oregon Agricultural College, Cor­
vallis, Jan. 18.—The enrollment for the
winter short course work at the Oregon
Old Uncle Jimmy Burke, an octo­ Agricultural College has increased over
genarian of this place and well known, 60 per cent this year. The students are
whohaslieen making hia home with still registering and indications are that
Mr. I.ehnherr for some time, passed in­ the registration may be increased by
to the great unknown on Friday night another 10 per cent or more. The
and was buried on Saturday afternoon. course in horticulture has attiacted the
Mm. Jas. Brown, who has been visit­ greater number of students, having 120
ing in southern California for several enrolled. The other courses also show
months, returned on the 13th. Her a decided increase in attendance.
many friends are glad to welcome her Practically every section of the state is
represented for enrollment. The work
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dickey of near for the first week indicates that the
Porterville, Cal., who are here visiting courses are going to be more popular
Mrs. Dickey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. and more successful than ever before.
The student council of thirteen mem­
Giles, will have another member of
their family to return with, a fine bers, which is to act as the governing
lusty boy having arrived on the 13th, body under the new self-governing re­
Dr. Culin of Coquille being in atten­ gulations adopted bv the students of
the Oregon Agricultural college, lias
dance.
Tho result of these
Lloyd Jarvis, whose home in now at been elected.
Seattle, is down on s visit with his re­ elections has been the choice of a very
able body of young men. These will
latives, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Arrington.
There have been several cases of Ger­ take their oath of office January 15 and
man measles in town but so slight that the new system will then be put into
the patients hardly knew they wsre operation.
In an address to the short course
sick.
Mr. C.|E. Broadbent started for San students President W. J. Kerr proph­
Francisco Friday, going by steamer esied that the population of the state
of Oregon would pass the million and
from Marsefield.
Mr. L. H . Pearce returned from a one-half mark within the next decade
trip to Portland on Monday He and that the State College of Argicul-
ture would, in the same period, allow
brought with him as a present to his
an increase to over >4,000 students. He
wife a full blood Boston brindle bull­
dog and a parrot. It is to be hoped also stated the demands upon the state
college from the people of the state for
they won’ t have a dog and parrot time
help in the solution of their agricul­
of it,—as the old story goes.
tural and industnral problems were
News came this morning that the constantly increasing, and had already
wife of Ernest E. Bender, who has reached the point where the facilities
been sick for a long time, passed away of the college were entirely inadequate
in Portland the last of the week.
for the work.
That the Agricultural college will lie
B AN C R O FT
placed in a position to carry instruc­
tion in agricultural, domestic science
The first snow * f the season fell and art, commerce and mechanical en­
Tuesday and Wednesday o f last week gineering to the people of the state in­
to the depth o f several inches. Some stead of compelling the people to come
of it is lying on yet.
to it, seems now to be very probable.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fish made a The information has reached the col­
business trip t « Myrtle Point through lege to the effect that several state or­
the snow, and Mrs. Fish had some ganizations are preparing bills which
teeth pulled.
carry appropriations to meet the ex­
There was a basket social at Bridge penses of the very great extension of
school house Saturday evening for the work.
purpose of raising funds to buy an or­
I f these appropriations are carried
gan for the uae of the school.
Some­ there will be more farmers institute
thing over $20 was raised.
work, more lecturers put into the field,
H. G. Cameron o f Rock creek met more demonstration trains run, a great
with a painful accident on Thursday increase in the number of itinerant
morning after the snowstorm. He had schools, a broader circulation of bul­
been out on the hill to see about his letins, circulars and other publications
goats and on coming back his dog ran and a more general use of personal cor­
againat him and he fell and broke his respondence in dealing with the various
leg just above the ankle. Dr. Easter problems. School ol agriculture, com­
was called and set the limb and left merce, domestic science and art and
him in a fair way to recovery.
Mr. mechanics will be held in the various
Cameron was already a cripple, hav­ towns and cities of the state to give in
ing lost an arm and being otherwise struttion to the people of these local­
injured in an engine accident.
ities. Farmers will be taught how to
farm scientifically and farmers’ wives
will be able to learn the best scientific
methods of housekeeping wit hout leav­
ing their home communities.
A very significant and far reaching
step toward tlie inauguaration of the
P R E S B Y T E R IA N CHURCH.
extention work on a large scale for the
women of the state has already been
Services as usual next Sunday, Jan. taken in the selection of Mrs. Clara
22 .
Waldo, mem lier of the board of regents
Bible School at 10 and preaching at and lecturer for the state grange, and
11 a. m.
general organizer of this branch of the
A Part of our evening service begin woik. Mrs. Waldo is considered to be
ning at 7:30 will be the soprano solo by peculiarly filled by education, exper
Miss Esther Johnson and a ladies’ ience and by virtue of her wide ac­
quartet under the direction of Mrs. quaintance in the state to carry this
Morris.
work forward with great success.
F R A N K H. ADAMS,
Pastor,
M Y R T L E PO IN T.
Work Done in
any finish
Kodak Finishing
a Specialty
DEAN’S STUDIO
Three doors North of Drane’s Store
Coquille, Oregon
All Work Guaranteed
if A Bake Shop Tes»t
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Is made of every milling that Olympic Flour
is made of. One of the best bake shops any­
where is run in connection with the mill that
makes Olympic Flour. Every bunch'd flour
that goes through tho mill is tested. It has
to be up to the highest standard—has to make
the best bread possible, else it doesn't go into
the Olympic sacks.
That is the reason your bakings of bread,
biscuit and pastry are always uniformly good
when you use Olympic. Your bakings can’ t
be expected to be the same always unless the
dour is. Therein lies the beauty of using
Olympic.
THE PORTLAND FLOUR MILLS CO
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“1 want to give every
person not using electric
light th r e e vital reasons
why the General Electric
Mazda Lamp should make
them have their house, store,
office or factory wired.
First—
T he G -E
M azda
Lamp gives nearly three
times the light of the
ordinary carbon incandes­
cent.
CHURCH NOTES
Second—
It costs no more to burn.
Third—
THE WAY TO RIZZLE.
METHODIST EPI8COPAL.
T he quality of light “i vastly superior—a clear
white light like sun rays.”
The Sunday service will be held at
ttie usual hours.
Bible School at 10 o’clock.
The subject of the morning sermon
will lie Paul’s advice on what we are
to follow.
League service 6 :30. Special, every
member try and 1 » present.
The evening subject will be ‘ ‘The
Scarlet Line in the Window.”
Midweek services Thursday evening
at 7:30, The life of Christ is being
studied.
E. S. MACE.
T h e General Electric M azda Lam p represents the
high-mark in the evolution of incandescent electric lighting.
It blends inventive triumph and manufacturing skill— and
you reap the benefit in the form of dollars and cents, and
freedom from eye s' ain when using artificial light."
‘ I want the chance to p r o v e to y o u r entire satisfaction
that this wonderful lamp is even b e t t e r than represented.
Com e in today ind see for yourself. Your call places
you under no obligation, and i: apt to be decidedly to
your profit."
Be careful to see that every . metric lamp you buy bears
the G . E . monogram.
Coquille liivfT Lied lie Co.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
The meetings conducted by evange­
list Williams will continue for some
time.
There have been confessions every
evening for some time.
Up to Tues­
day night, 24 have responded to the
invitation.
The pictures this week are illustrat­
ing the life o f Christ.
Good singing
and a solo by Miss Roy each Service.
Come without prejudice, but bring
your Bibles.
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LUMBER, LATHS. SHINGLES
MO ULDING, CEM ENT B RICKS
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SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS.
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Services ns usual Saturday, Jan. 21.
Sabbath school 10 a. m. and Bible
study 11 a. m.
Sunday, Jan. 22 service at 2:30 p. m.
Subject the same as was announced
for last week, but was postponed.
"God Loves Even M e.”
A welcome to all.
E. H EMMERSON.
“ I believe that I owe a great den)
e f my good health to the fact that
I rizzle every day,” said a well
known physician of this city.
‘‘ What ? Don’t you know how to
rizzle? It is a most wonderful aid
to perfect health. I masticate m
food very carefully at dinner am
make sure to have my family and
friends entertain me wfth bright
talk and plenty of fun. A fter din­
ner it is understood that I am go­
ing to rizzle. So I retire to my
study, and, having darkened the
room, I light a cigar, sit down and
perform the operation. How to de­
scribe it I don’t know, hut it is a
condition as nearly like sleep as
sleep is like death. It consists in
doing absolutely nothing. I close
my eyes and try to stop all action
of the brain. 1 think of nothing
It only takes a little practice to b6
able to entirely stifle the brain. In
that delightful condition I remain
at least ten minutes, sometimes
twenty. It is the condition most
helpful to digestion, and it is that
which accounts for the habit ani­
mals have of sleeping after eating.
I would rather miss a fat fee than
that ten minutes’ rizzle every day."i
— New York Press.
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C owed thè Cow.
voti hi Introduce a real
Inti!
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"Didn't
frightened
■i eli- opera.”
vnrk?”
it all. The tnllkmalds
cow.” —Pittsburg Post
Watch for opportunities
best done in
sen
hod .
T h in g s a r#
8«nsations That Com« With a Rid* In
a Ftacing Motor.
Imagine yourself In a big racing mu
chine plunging over a course ai elgbty
miles ao hour. For the average umu
the aeusatlou Is awful, but the spetsl
kings rertl In It.
Down Ibe rood
streaks the car.
I.asb.sl into a
typhoon by tbe appalling speed, the
■till air roars la your ears. You think
you will never regain your bearing.
The resistance of the atmosphere Is
fearful. The slightest forward move­
ment Is an effort.
Distant objects
loom up suddenly before you aud Jump
by. The landscape la a streaky line
of green, blotched here and there as
bouse Is passed. Tbe gale seems to
cut your face, aud you feel yourself
belug gradually flattened out against
the back of tbe seat. It seems that
the glass In your auto goggles la oo
the point o f breaking.
Particles of
dust are driven back lu your eyes. You
may become blinded. The vibration
o f tbe engine is teiVlfle. Mysterious
Indicators fluctuate alarmingly.
It
may mean that tbe engine Is on the
point of exploding. Wbat makes the
floor tremble so? Surely something
will happen now!
And then you benr explosions boom
Ing from tbe exhausts as fbe drivers
‘‘abut off.” A sharp turn Is ahead
The uolse Is deafening. The terrlflc
speed does not seem to buve been
checked.
Tbe outline o f the turn
grows more distinct. It Is sheer folly
—maybe death—to rush at it at such
a pace. You dare Dot breathe ns (he
car tears Into the bend. It skids and
a wall of dirt Is thrown up alongside
you as the driver, with a sharp twist
of the wheel, sends the car once more
back In the middle of tbe road. You
are safe—until another turn is encoun
tered.—Hampton's Magazine.
A Painful Infsrenoe.
A teacher was Instructing a class of
boys and hnd spent half an hour try
Ing to drive Into their heads tbe dif­
ference between man and tbe lower
animals, but apparently with little sue
cess.
••Tommy." he said coaxlngly to a Ut­
ile chap, “ do you know the difference
between, say, me and a pig or any
other brute?"
"N o." replied Tommy Innocently, but
another teacher standing by laughed.
London Auswers.
A
P r e v e n t iv e M e s s s s s
Six year-old Harriet announced her
Intention of giving up her German les­
sens with fraulcln.
"She hugs and kisses me all the time
I'm at lessons, and—ugh—I do hate
Dutch!” Harriet explained.
Father, who is something of a diplo­
mat, reasoned with her. "See here, my
little girl. I have read German and
French with fraulein ever since I was
your age, aud she has never tried to
bug or kiss me."
"Father,” observed the child dryly,
“ you had better touch wood.” —Success
Magazine.
A l i t i tu good {ionie keepi’/Y
give ^ie)i ^oiiwîlWtjniifc J < i
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NICE
nth. homeloveh:-
mib. homeSoveh, Would \athe\
have you eome home and áay^ uju ¿ t
ÿo down to the juhnituie \to\e and
joiek out anything you want ^33 than
anything efoe.
men ohe not ve\y joaltieulah^
Sut Women a\e^ and when m\±.
homeSoveh ¿ neuphSoi^ eome in hhe
wouSd ¿ike jo\ them to hee he\ home
looking like ¿he waà frloud oÿ it.
we would Seÿlad to have you eaSS.
you\b PiuSy^
W. C. LAIRD
F O R
S A J j E
10 acre tract all cleared, suitable $3500.00.
for orchard and nice home located
40-acre ranch, all improvep Nice
A characteristic anecdote Is told of about one mile from
Coquille. house and good barn.
Fine or­
Cherubini, tbe most jealous of th« lr
chard. Located on the Coquille
rUable genus of composers. He had Price $1000.00.
been prevailed upon to be present at
This Is one ot the best bar­
7 acres. About 4 acres of bot­ river.
the first representation of the work of
gains to be had in Coos oounlv.
a confrere, and during the first acts, tom land all in cultivation. House,
Located about J mile from Price $4,000.00.
which were much applauded by the etc
public, he had kept a gloomy silence. business part of Coquille.
Price
160 acres timber land, estimated
The third act was less favorably re­
cruise 8 million feet of fir aod ce­
ceived, and a certain passage especial­ $1800.00. Terms.
W hy
H s A p p la u d e d .
ly seemed to cast a cold blanket over
the spectators, when the old maestro
to the astonishment of his friends, was
seen to applaud heartily.
“ Do you really like that duo?" asked
one of them. “ I should have thought
It was one o f the poorest and coldest
In the whole opera.”
"You Idiot," answered the maestro,
with genuine naivete, "don't you see
that If I did not applaud It he might
possibly cut It out?”
i60-acre lanch.
About 25 acres
bottom land, mostly in cultivation.
House and barn and good orchard.
Price $2,500,00. Terms on part.
80 acre farm.
Nice house and
good barn.
Located on county
road. Price $6500.00.
10 acres with new bouse and
about one hundred nice young fruit
trees, two
years old.
Located
Dear Coquille.
Price $1600.00
160 acres. 40 or more acres bot­
tom land. 20 acres in cultivation.
80 acres in pasture. Good or­
chard. Good house and two barns.
15 or 20 tons grain hay. Price
Stage Repartee.
Paris actors are very fond of saying
things to one another on the stage
which will confuse them and make an
answer very awkward. A few days
ago, during the progress of a costume
play, one o f the actors who was wear­
ing a sword knocked the thunder
plates down In the wings.
Thunder plates are sheets of tin
which are shaken to produce thunder,
and the uolse of the fail of a couple of
them can be Imagined. The king, who J. W
waa upon the stage, turned lo one of
the pages and haughtily asked, ‘‘What­
ever Is that?”
To his surprise the page, who, as
stage pages often are, was a charming
young lady In real life, answered,
“ Thirty deaf mutes are down below,
sire, asking for conversation with your
majesty."
The king, without moving a inuecle,
although the audience laughed, replied.
“ Are you quite certain they are
dumb?"
"They say so, sire," replied the page
with great solemnity.
"W ell,” said the king, “they make
an awful noise about It.”
WAVE YOUR HAND TO CARE,
/■^.ET out Into th« morning
And breathe the blessed air.
Light up your soul with sunshine
And wsre your hand to care!
i'TO where the streams are singing.
Stand where the skies are fair.
God's bells of Joy are ringing—
•o ware your hand to care
-Frank 1«. Stentoa.
Price $4500.00
House and lot, a good buy for
$400 00.
2 lots and a nice new bungalow,
just finished for $1600.00.
320 acre dairy farm, mostly all
bottom land, with house, dairy
barn and creamery for the farm.
Located near the Coquille Biver on
county road. Price per acre $75.00
Terms.
W e have all kinds of property,
city, small acreage and large farms
Also timber lands.
Correspon.
denee solicited
P A C I F I C R E A L E S T A T E CO.
FRANK BU R K H O LD E R ,
Manager.
LENEVE,
Secretary.
r STEAMER
According to Scripture.
A tailor of very strict principle* was
In the hnbtt of excusing th« fault* of
his assistants only If they coaid jus­
tify themselves by Scripture. One day
a woman entered bis shop and aaked
to aee some material, but refused to
buy It because It was too cheap. After
showing her some other goods the as­
sistant brought back the same mate­
rial, this time asking a higher price,
whereupon the cuitomer bought I t
Afterward the proprietor, who bed wit­
nessed the transaction, reproved his
assistant severely. The latter, remem­
bering the rule* o f the establishment,
_ to Scrip
replied: “ Oh, It's according
ture all right. She was a stranger, and
I took her in.”
dar.
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BREAKWATER
Sails from Ainsworth Dock, Port lard,
at 8 P. M., euery Tuesday. Sails from
Coos Bay euery Saturday at service of
tide. Reservations will not be held
later than Friday noon, unless tickets
are purchased.
PAUL L. STERLING, Agent
Phone Main 181
p iO N E E R M E fIT M A If t E T
We Carry
Lard,
Hams,
Bacon,
Sausage,
Fresh and Salt Meats.
We are headquarters for everything in the meat line,
You
wants always receives prompt attention.
COQUILLE|VALLEY PACKING CO.