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The Herald, the old estab
lished reliable newspaper of
the Coquille Valley in which
an “ad" always brings results.
T he C oquille H erald
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1911
VOL. 29, NO. 10
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workmen. A guarantee that
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PER YEAR $1.50
The necessity in this particular will
satin. The party is at present camp
be more definitely known after the
ing on the banks of a river.
new bids have been acted upon. >
Miss Lane reports that the cost
of living is high with the exception
During the fiscal year ending]
of (fruit, a nearby cocoannt tree
June 30, 1911, 558 snags were re
supplying bountifully of its product
moved, 2200 cubic yards dredged!
The Herald will be pleased to
and the project completed by clear
further regarding the future The meeting of the Educaiional
lu response to a telegraphic re ing the chaunel with a width of 50
of her former citizens.
League held at the high school Fri
quest from Tho Oregon Journal feet. Maintenance of this condition
afternoon was well attended.
Senator Johnathan Bourne, Jr. will require an annual appropria
A NOTABLE ARRIVAL
“Whereas, in accordance with time honored
a short musical program had
reviews the status of navigable wa tion of $3000, which I think will be
custom handed down to us by the pilgram
rendered, Superintendent C.
terway work under construction in made.
forefathers of our nation, the president of the
spoke of the necessity of
this state, and predicts that from Senator Bourne has repeatedly
United States, has by his proclamation set aside
school, stating that at
now on we shall have an anuual urged the commercial organizations
Thursday, November 30tn, as Thanksgiving
we are lace to face
river and harbor bill Not having of the state to investigate, collate,
Day, and has dedicated it as a day for the
ot making some
sufficient space in our columus to demonstrate and inform each one of
serious and thankful consideration of the mani
preseut Seuator Bouine’s views in their uational representatives as to
fold blessings showered upon us through the
their entirety, we eiiuply quote that local necessities and the justice upon
beneficence of Almighty God; and
portion which is of vital |interest to | wy ^ ih claim for federal assist
“Whereas, it is mete and fitting that all the
our O'..* eoiimunitv, as follows: ance is made, and further urges
interview, he intimated, through his of children who desire to attend.
interpreter, (as the Honorable Peter The academy is overcrowded and
them to equip th eir natioral repre
ana return thanks to the Great Giver of all
speak no English) that his trip tbe high school building is in a like
The work on this project com sentatives with information and hold
good and perfect gifts, for His many acts of
the the mountains, though condition.
prises the removal of snags and each one responsible for hiB co-
mercy, for the prosperity, health and happiness
Bomewhat tedious, «as very enjoy Superintendent Howard’s idea is
rocks and the dredging of a low operation. If he makes good retain
with which He has encompassed us.
able, every courtesy heiDg extended that a union high school be con
water channel 140 wide through the him. j( he fails through limitation
“Now, therefore, I, Oswald West, governor,
to him by drivers and passengers structed which would improve fa
Bandon-shoal and 100 feet wide 10f ability or lack of interest substi-
by virtue of the authority in me vested as
alike; that he now contemplated cilities for education, not only for
througb other shoals up to Coquille, tute another in his place when the
governor of the state of Oregon, and in con
making Coquille his future resi this district but other districts which
with a depth of nine feet between opportunity presents itself. Give
formity with the proclamation of the president
dence; had tasted of the Baxter would necessarily be included in
Coquille and Riverton and 10 feet | bearty cooperation and assistance
and tne custom of our nation, do by these
cuisiue and found it quite to his the union. The districts which he
from Riverton to the mouth, to- p, your public servants while in
presents proclaim and set apart Thursday,
liking; and has decided that in the mentioned were 8 , io, 14 , 19 , 23 , 25
«ether with construction of some j „gee. It is only the very except
November 30, as a public holiday, bespeaking in
of Coquille he will be just as 44. 55 and 63 , which are all near
regulating works to secure the as- tiona) lnan who when discredited at
enough to receive the benefit of
as a cat can be.
sistunce of the natural wear of the home can be properly accredited
a sober retrospection over the bounties of the
such a union. His idea was not to
water in maintaining a channel.
year that is past, a fraternal charity in thought
place a burden upon the rural dis
It is estimated that funds now ou j
but to provide a course of
baud will be sufficient to conduct i
sorrow, sickness or tribulation, a universal
would be of great value
the work through the present year,
but if not an allotment can be made
the continued peace, prosperity and advance
The instruction contemplate!
from the emergency appropriation. A meeting of tne city council was
Astoria, Ore., Nov. 13.—The would
ment of our magnificent state and beloved
schooDer Washington with 25 pas training, include
COOS BAV AND HARBOR
The work done on this project for at the city ball. The meeting was
sengers 21 officers and members of culture and dairying.
the crew in a helpless condition, of acres of land are lying Thousands
tho past fiscal year has resulted in called for the purpose of discussing
idle in the
a channel about 100 feet wide and the proposed new docks which are
two having already been swept over country which, with scientific
17 feet deep at mean low water to being plamied.
board to their death, is reported agement, would be immensely man
drifting onto the rocks of Cape ductive. There is no reason wliv
a paint above Marohfield. This is Mr. Ply male of Bandon had filed
an inen ase of five feet in depth of a teuative plan of the docks for
Disappointment. The life saving the Coquille valley should not be as
have made every effort to great an apple country as the Rogue
_ . a four and one-half „ tide
. there | their consideration.
a line on board the vessel River or Hood River valleys. To
about twice as much high dock
which have proved futile. properly develop these resources ws
is now available a depth of twenty- give
ns at present and one-third
have scientific knowledge of
two feet at bigbost tide. There space
of bo its in the ter must
more low dock space. The docks W. G. Myers and W. T. Ward of
the fruit industry.
Eugene, Nov. 13, ’ll. rific seas is impossible
has been appropriated $ 00,000 for are
to take care of small Gold Hill think that they have do-
Editor Herald- -Two young ladies hope of rescue is by landing a life The superintendent also spoke of
dredging the bay channel and 75 boats planned
high water. veloped a new and distinct variety
the way in which the great trebard
from Coquille, Misses Harriet and line
on the doomed ship. It is countries
per cent of the work had been com \t the present time of
were developed; not by
apple8 Qn their Si|11, valley fruit
plete I to June 30, 1911, at a cost two feet of water on the low dock,
orchards but by those
system and the improve vessel from going to pieces aud who had scientific
knowledge of the
of about $37,000, iu view of which it would be very difficult for the ranch, aud one that combines the slaugtered a seven-months-old pig superior
ments being made this year in the reports are most discouraging re cultivation of apples and who had
the district engineer believes that small boats to land at the high best qualities of both the Newton that dressed 235 pounds.
that knowledge in a practi
and Spifzenburg, says the Albany Forty-five bushels of marketable Music Departmental the University garding the safety of all on board. applied
the bay chanuel can be completed dock.
and maintained for a year with It was proposed to change the
apples were picked from two trees
The high school is the peoples’
from the High School in
SIZE OF BUTTER SQUARES
fuuds on hand. The woik done by present city ordinance in regard to The new apple is obtained from within the city limits of Hillsboro. graduated
college and must be made practical
the dredge Oregon has cost only the unloading of freight at the city
order to benefit the people. As
The Eugene Fruit Growers’ As entered the State University at J. W. Bailey, Oregon state dairy !n such
it would attract many unable
about three fourths of the original dock.
are allowed to use single thrifty seedling tree. It has sociation has made the first ship Eugene this fall as special students and food commissioner, has issued to attend
estimate aid the balance of the sav this dock Barges
the school districts vote
ing is di.e to decreased quantities count of the city attorney not being
high school a tax levy
of work necessary.
will be ample to sup
square of butter kept or expressed, port the institution.
velop a red cheek that is more
l’laus for a sea going dredge for change the condition.
work on the bar were prepared and ! C. A. Flannagan appeared before
Saturday by pulling over a maintaining a greater mental bal contain not less than 8 ounces, 16 adequate for this purpose would
for $ 30 ,-
bids advertised for, but as the low the council aud asked that he be any time since the graftings began scalded
pot of boiling coffee. Her face, legs ance than is usually found in ounces, or 32 ounces, and each 000 .
est bid was regarded as execessive allowed more time in which to com to bear. As yet nameless, the new and
abdomen were badly burned musical schools through association square or roll shall be plainly mark Several other league members
the plans were revised and new bids plete his contract for the grading
spoke favoring this move, and it
cherry tree near Monroe with other University work. Music ed with the number of ounces they was
advertised for during November of Spurgeon street stating that he
the consensus of opinion that a
The new sea going dredge cannot had been unavoidably delayed in but having no water core such as is measures 12 feet in circumference courses in other branches of regular contain. This applies to all butter, union high school would be the
be completed before the stormy getting his gravel and was not at often found in that variety. The and from the tips of the limbs acroas University studies. Instructors en. both country and creamery, whether best lor this section and that prompt
sonson of 1912-13, and for thii rea the present time able to do anything skin is heavy and tough and the the tree measures 150 feet. It was deavor to make music not merely the same be made inside or outside action should be taken.
Owing to the teachers’ examina
son, though the district officer on account of the weather condi- meat firm, which will insure its set out by Pioneer Martin about an accomplishment, but a study of the state. Better mark and weigh tions
coming in December instead
your butter and avoid any poesible
shipping qualities. The flavor# is 1860 and has been loaded witb lus
makes an estimate of $60,000 ap
it was decided that the
propriation in the coming river and table to be decided upon at the
should be tendered
that of the Winter Banana, is dis George, the 10-year old son of
harbor bill, the chief engineer next meeting.
and a committee
velop an understanding and knowl Judge A. S. Hammond was called was appointed to attend
Lee F-rwin, residing four miles edge
thinks no appropriation will be
of music, aud a greater power to Marshfield Wednesday on busi ter and repor tat the next to the
necessary prior to the passage of Get a pair of Dr. Hermann’s well Having shown the new apple to nortboast of Lebanon, accidently of appreciation,
rather than mere ness.
to be held December 8 .
many experienced fruit men, and shot and killed himself while play
the river and hntbor bill of 1912. fitting reading glasses.
having found none who could tell ing with a shot gun last Friday.
what it is or had ever seen anything The full load entered the boys bead accomplishing this purpose that
they have come to realize the supe
like it, Messrs. Myers and Ward killing him instantly.
consider they are warranted in the A Fairmount baker has just per rior benefit of coordinating music
■We Have A-
belief that they have originated a fected a machine for scaling dough and standard University work.
The School of Music is to profit
for making uniform loaves of Dread. this year by the addition of new
The Women & Childrens' Store
By this method 400 loaves can bo pianos in every department, and by
EVERBEARING* APPLE TREE
The Best of Merchandise
scaled out uniformly in 10 minutes.
excellent concerts and recit
Believing that a new variety of A mixer has been in use a long several
that will be given at intervals
apple tree has been discovered, a time, as well as a kneader and loaf als
tbe winter. There are some
nursery company of Albany has former, but the work of cutting the new instructors
purchased an “everbearing" apple dough has been done by hand for this year; Mr. G. in R. the
That we are guilty of carrying a line
A per centage of all cash sales will go to
tree from David JenkiDS of that years, aDd this invention will be a University of III. has charge from
of goods that you need for your dining
place paying $600 therefor.
Woman’s Home Mission Society of the
classes in harmony and sight read
For several years the tree has Mr. Wheeler the Bandon grocer, ing, and David Campbell, just re
table during the coming holdays.
M. E. Church South
borne ripe fruit from May until who was taken to Jacksonville on turned from work with Rudolph
November of each year, having blos the charge of murderiDg Nathan Ganz in Berlin, Germany, has part
soms, green and ripe fruit on its Itogaway has proved that he had no of the work in harmony and piano.
branches at the same time. The connection whatever with the crime. The Misses Sweet report that
company will attempt to propagate There should be a law whereby any they find their work at the Univer
one accused of such a crime could sity pleasant and profitable.
obtain redress Mr. Wheeler's
Make your purchases here aud assist
Seldom, we are proud to say, do we lose
are delighted over the out EXTRACT FROM A LETTER FROM MEXICO
was general all over the coast for friends
of the affair and are prepar
a sale through lack of ability to
this period of tho year. From all come
points are coming reports of cold when he returns to this section.
show the right kind of goods.
of several leaving Coquille last
weather. This country can con
gratulate itself on the fact that fur The Bandon bar was too rough October, writes from Tuxtepex,
coats and ear mufflers are not need for the Brooklyn, Capt. Donaldson, Mexico, to her friend Miss Imogrne
ed as much here as some other parts from San Francisco, to attempt to Alexson that a most enjoyable trip
cross Monday. After waiting out
experienced by all. Several
Rose’s Cash Store has just receiv-! side nearly two days for the sea to was
spent in Monterey,
ed on this Breakwater one of the | gubside the boat was compelled to Mexico were
other places of
C. H. CLEAV ES
largest single shipments of Ladies g0 on to Coos Bay where passengers interest; in the former
and Misses Coats that ever arrived aD(j freight were unloaded,
a swell wedding, the contract STA N D A R D PA T T E R N S
JU ST R IT E CORSETS
in this city. All the very latest Remember Dr. Hermann guaran- ing
styles. Prices ranging from five to 1 tees bis work to give satisfaction. the bride gowned in shimmering
ASHORE IN GALE
TWO GO OVERBOARD
OF OUR CITY FATHERS
GRAFTING OF OLD TREES ITEMS FROM
AT STATE UNIVERSITY
PRODUCES A NEW APPLE
T a b le L in en , S ilv e rw a re C ro ck ery
S a t u r d a y , N o v . 19 th
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W. C. LAIRD
Complete House Furnisher
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