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•JThe Herald, the old estab
lished reliable newspaper of
the Coquille Valley in which
an “ ad* always brings results.
V O L . 31,
T he C oquille H erald
Fraternal and Benevolent Orders
Y. A A. M.—Regular meeting of
. Chadwick Lodge No. 08 A. F. A A.
M., at Muaonic Hall, every Saturday
night in each month on or before the
E. E. J ohnson , W . M.
C O Q U I L L E , C O O S C O U N T Y , O R E G O N , T H U R S D A Y , D E C E M B E R 12, 1912
M aht , S e cre ta ry .
8.— Regular meeting of Heulah BIRTHS, DEATHS, NOVEMBER
O K. . Chapter
No. 0, second mul fourth
Friday evenings of each month, in Ma
Simla F olsom , W . M
J oskphins li. P eoples , Sec.
T O. O. F .—Coquille Lodge No. 5 3 ,1. O.
1 . 0 . F., meets every Saturday night
in Odd Fellows Hall.
T. J. T h a m , N. G.
J. S. L awrence , Sec.
~AM1E KEBEKAH LODGE, N o . 20
I. O- O. F., ryeets every second and
fourth Wednesday nights in Odd Fellows
A N N ik R obinson , N. G,
A nnie L awrence , Sec.
Accidents Caused One - half
the Mortality Occurring in
Coos County During
Past Month — Contagious
Cases A re Few
( n OQUILLE ENCAMPMENT, No. 25
C ; I. O. O. F., meets the first and th^d
Thursday nights in Odd Fellows Hall.
J. 8. H ahton , C. P.
J . S. L awrence , Sec.
OF PY TH IAS.—Lycurgus
Lodge No. 72, meets Tuesday nights
in \\\ O. W. Hall.
K. R. W atson , K R. 8.
O. A. M inton ye , C. C.
YTH IAN SISTERS—Justus Temple
No. 35, meets first and Third Mon
day nights in W. O. W. Hall.
M rs . G e ir o e D a v i s , M. E. C.
M b s . F reu L inkoar , K. of R.
MEN—Counille Tribe No. 4«, 1.
O. R. M., meets every Friday night
in W. O. W. Hall.
J. S. B arton , 8ach em .
A. P. M iller , C. of R.
W. A.— Regular meetings of Bea-
• ver Camp No. 10.550 in M. W . A.
Hall, Front street, first and third Sat
urdays in each month.
R. B. R ogers , V . C.
N ed C. K elley , Clerk.
N. A.— Regular meeting of Laurel
. Camp No. 2972 at M. W. A . Hall,
Front street, second and fourth Tues
day nights in each month.
A my A asbn , Oracle.
E dna K elley , Rec.
O. W .— Myrtle Camp No. 197,
. meets first and third Mondays at
W . 0 . W. Hall.
R. 8. K nowlton , C. C.
J ohn L eneve , 8ec.
VENINGTIDE CIRCLE No. 214,
meets second and fourth Monday
nights in W . O. W . Hall.
O ra X . M a u ry , G. N.
M ary A. P ierce , Clerk.
UNION.— Regular meet
ings eecond and fourth Saturdays in
each month in W. O. W. Hall.
O. A. M i n t o n y k , Sec.
'RATERN A L AID No. 398, meets the
second and fourth Thursdays each
month at W. O. W. Hall.
M rs . C iias . E vland , Pres.
M rs . L ora H arrington , Sec.'
Educational Organizations and Clubs
Seventeen births and fourteen
deaths were recorded in Coos county
during the month ol November as
reported to Dr. Walter Culin,county
Seven of the deaths—one hall the
total— were caused by accident.
The county has been exception
ally free from contagious diseases,
only six having been reported dur
ing the entire year. Diphtheria and
scarlet fever were equal in their vis
itations and claimed four as victims.
The report follows :
Nov. —to the w ife o f Henry G. Wesley,
Myrtle Point, sex not given.
4, to the w ife o f Otto H. Cone>
Marshfield, a son.
5, to the w ife o f Chas Enegren.
Coos River, a son.
5, to the w ife o f Albert A. Mat-
son, Marshfield, a son.
6, to the w ife o f David McMur-
phy, Coos River, a daughter.
13, to the wife of August J. Ste
phan, Marshfield, a son.
14, to the w ife o f H. H. Stanford,
Myrtle Point, a daughter.
19, to the w ife o f Arthur Jenkins^
Coquille, a son.
19, to the w ife o f Nets Eckland,
Millington, a son.
21, to the w ife o f C. E. Whitworth
Coos county, a daughter.
23, to the wife o f James Guerin,
Myrtle Point, a daughter.
23, to the w ife o f Thos. J. Goodall,
Marshfield, a daughter.
24, to the w ife o f Manley Bark-
low. Myrtle Point, a son.
24, to the w ife o f W . F. Loescher,
Coos county, a son.
20, to the w ife o f Chin Ching,
Marshfield, a son.
29, to the w ife o f August Hen
drickson, Marshfield, a daugh
29, to the w ife o f Wm. G. Mehl,
Coquille, a daughter.
U II, L E E D U C A T I O N A L
V 1 LEAGUE—Meets monthly at the
High School Building during the school
Nov. 1—Sylvia Lindley, Coquille, aged
year for the purpose of discussing edu
88 years, 7 months and 14 days.
R ena A nderson , Pres.
Nov. 7—Nancy Cunningham, Coquille,
E dna M inard , Sec._____
aged 26 years, 4 months and 3 days.
O KEEL KLUB—A business men’ s
Nov, 8—Julius N. Eganhoff, Marsh
social organization. Hall in Laird's
field, aged 1 year, 8 months and 11 days.
building, Second street.
Nov. tl l —Roscoe Bollsinger, North
A. J. S herwood . Pres.
F red S lagle , Sec.
Bend, aged 24 years.
Nov. 12—Adele C. Cope, Coos Coun
OM MERCIAL CLUB— J. E. N orton
President; J , C. S avaoe , Secretary ty, aged 46 years, 1 month and 19 days.
Nov. 21—Richard Houghton, Coos
County, aged 82 years, 9 months and 10
RAINS—Leave, south hound 9:00 a. days.
Nov. 25—0 . L. Wright,|Bandon, aged
m. and 3:00 p. m. North bound
it):40 a. m. and 4:40 p. m.
Nov. 25—James McDonald, Bandon,
OATS—Six boats plying on the Co
quille river afford ample accommo age unknown.
dation for carrying freight and passen l Nov. 25—C. E. Smith, Bandon, age
gers to Bandon and way points. Boats unknown.
leave at 7 :30, 8 :30, 9 :20 and 9 :30 a. m.
Nov. 26—C. L. Humphrey, Bandon,
and at 1:00, 3 :30 and 4 :45 p. m.
aged 45 years.
O T A G E —J. L. Laird, proprietor. De-
Nov. 27—Jessie T. Adkins, Bandon,
O parts 5:80 p. in. for Ifoseburg via aged 36 years.
Myrtle Point, carrying the United Stales
Nov. 29—Lucy Rose, Bandon, aged
mail and pasengers.
OSTOFFICE.—A. F. Lincgar, |«ost-
Nov. 30 — Elsie M. LaChappelle,
master. The mails dose as follows :
Mvrtle Point 8:40 a. m. and 2:35 p. m. Marshfield, aged 39 years and 16 days
Marshfield 10:15 a. m. and 4:15 p. m.
Bandon ami way pointa, Norway and
Arago 12:45 p. m. Eastern mail 5:15
p. in. Eastern mail arrives 7 :45 p. m.
cultural iustruction, but is now used
for the chemistry and) pharmacy
The imperative need of
more laboratory space and the pres
ent unfitness of the rooms available
make remodeling which will cost
$11,000 absolutely necessary at
once. The college is in great need
of a. library building and the best
care of the health of the students
would demand a gymnasium, but
in view of appropriations of more
urgent necessity, the regents have
decided not to ask for them this
year. They wish to relieve the
pressure of the slate treasury, and
are doing all they can, though the
rapid growth ol all departments
warrant a much iucreased appro
priation for the work of the next
“ Amounts estimated necessary
for the support of the work ol the
various departments are greatly iu
excess of the total appropriation re-
der the weight of the books. Since
1908 the number of books in the li
brary has increased three times,
and the student body has doubled,
but the shelf room is but one-third
larger, and the reading room, which
seats but 105 students, has not in
creased at all.
The matter of provision for dem
onstration and extension work
throughout the state was referred
to a committee to be worked out in
couference with various state organ
The regents present at the meet
ing were as follows. President J. K.
Weatherford, Albany; Secretary E.
E. Wilson, Corvallis; B. F. Irvine,
Portland; Ben W. Olcott, Salem;
L R. Alderman, Salem; C. E Spnce.
Canby; Mrs. Clara H. Waldo, Port
land; J. T . Apperson, Park Place;
C. L Hawley, McCoy; Walter M
Pierce, LaGrande; H. von der Hel-
P R I N T I N G
at the office of Coquille Herald
It is estimated that Clatsop. Lin
coln, Union and Curry counties
each have 100 elk, while Columbia
has 80, Tillamook 75, Lane 70,
Grant, Baker and Umatilla 50 each,
Wallowa 45, Douglas 25, Linn,
Yamhill, Clackamas and Wasco 15
each, Jackson and Washington 10
each, Harney 3 and Klamath 2.
Forest rangers and game war
dens place the number of the deer
in the state at 80,000, scattered as
follows: Curry 15.000, Douglas 10,-
000. Coos 9,ooo.Jackson 7,000, Lane
5.000, Josephine 5.000, Klamath
3 500, Yamhill 2,700, Union 2,600
Harney 2,000, Polk 2,oco, Crook
1.500, Lake 1,500, Grant 1,500,
Linn 1.500, Benton 1,000, Umatil
la 1,000, Wallowa 1,000, Baker
1.000, Tillamook 1,000, Lincoln
Mountain sheep are lound in a
few counties, Grant being credited
wtlh 10, Baker with 50, Wallowa
The counties in which Eiear
abound are as follows: Lane, Doug
las and Curry counties, 2,000, each;
Union, 1,600; Columbia, Grant,
Jackson and Lincoln 1,00.1 each;
Tillamook, 760; Clatsop, 700; Coos
and Josephine, 200 each; Washing
ton, 40; Klamath, Linn and Yamhill,
500 each; Baker and Crook, 205
each; Lake, 200; Wallowa, 150;
Morrow, Clackamas and Umatilla
too each; Benton, Wasco and
Wheeler, 50 each; Harney, 40.
Antelope are found in six counties
Malheur containing 2,000, Lake
1.500, Harney 1,000, Crook 90,
Wasco 20, Grant 16
The Coos Bay Ice and Cold Stor
age Company will buy all Steel-
head Salmon. Steamer Dispatch
will gather and receipt for the fish.
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Oue hundred choice apple trees,
home grown, between four and five
and one-half feet in height, $1.25 a
Phone 3X Farmers.
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W e wish to call your attention to the
fact that infectious diseases such as
whooping cough, diphtheria and scarlet
fever are contracted when the child has
Chamberlain’ s Cough Remedy
will quickly cure a cold and greatly les
sen the danger of contracting these
diseases. This remedy is famous for
its cure o f colds.
It contains no
opium or other narcotic and may be
given to a child with implicit confidence
Sold by all druggists.
GOOSBER R IKS— Oregon Cham
pion Gooseberry bushes for sale.
Bert Seal, Coquille.
Following is report of the slate
pri4on as given in Lend a Hand.ati
Mayor..................................A. T. Morrison
J. 8. Lawrence interesting monthly periodical ed-
R. H. Mast itated anil printed by inmates of the
L. A. Liljeqvist
Engineer ...................P. M. Hall-Lewis institution :
Received during month
Night Marshal.................... John Hurley Sentences expired .......................
Water Superintendent S. V. Epperson
Walter Oerding Paroled
Councilmen —D. D. Pierce, C. T. Skeels Conditional pardon
W. C. laiird, G. O. Leach, W . II. Ly Total number released
31 Teachers’ Examination
ons, Leo J. Cary. Regular meetings Sick in Hospital
For State Papers
first and third Mondays each month.
Number prisoners inside walls
Number prisoners outside walls
J . J. Stanlev
Notice is bereby given that the
Ju-tice of the Peace
Ned C. Kelley
Total population ................. 392 regular semi-annual examination of
Last serial number, 6727 .
all applicants for state papers will
County Judge ....................John T. Hall
he held in the court house in Co
Commissioners- -W . T. Dement, Geo. J.
Books distributed ......................... 839 quille, begiuniug at nine o’clock
James Watson Magazines ..................................... 900
a. m , December 17, 1912, and con
........ ....................W . W. Gage
M. Dimmick Papers, tracts and miscellaneous 2400 tinuing three days.
T. J. Thrift
W. H. B u n c h ,
Assessor ....... ............
Chapel Guard Fisher reports that
W. H. Bunch
A. N. Gould
Coquille, Oregon, Nov, 29, 1912
F. E. Wilson the prison and sales made from the
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Health Ullicer ............Dr. Walter Culin
show case to the amount of $25.00
Crimpy Coughs and Wheezy Colds
during the month of October.
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Labor Commissioner O. P Hoff,
in his biennial repot t tstitnates the
number of deer in Oregon #t 80,000
while elk have freedom of the forests
to the number of 930.
Are you looking for something to
bu>m with that new burning ma
chine? M. H. Hersey has patterns
of every description at The Racket
C ity and County Officers
NOTICE—The Fsir Store will
! order any goods for the holidays
! rot carried in stock. Call early arid
1 make selections.
P E R Y E A R $ 1 .5 0
MANY WILD ANIMALS IN
TO BE INNOCENT
THE OREGON FORESTS
The Herald is in receipt of a let
from Frank Garrison stating he
Oregon Agricultural College Regent* Ask Le*s
is guiltless ol the murder of Roy
Money of the Legislature in Proportion
Perkins and that the body identified
was that of another.
to Growth Than Tw o Year* A go
claims to have other evidence to
substantiate his innocence
a g r i c u l t u r a l quested of the legislature, but care
Garrison has also written a letter
CO LLEG E. Corvallis. Ore., ful investigaiion shows that needs
to District Attorney Geo. M. Brown,
December 4.— Far less money is
asking his influence in securing
asked of the legislature by the Ore great that the estimates are very
gon Agricultural College this year, conservative,” said Pres. Kerr this another trial of his case.
The district attorney S3id he
in proportion to the growth of the morning. "However, the needs of
make no recommendations
institution, than was appropriated the college are increasing so rapidly
matter. "I have done my
in 1911. The regents have cut all that it is impossible to meet them.
part in the case of the State vs. Gar
estimates down to the extreme min Notwithstanding this fact, the re
imum. and will call tor $64.500 less gents, in making up the budget, rison.” said the district attorney,
‘ ‘and it is now up to the governor.
for increased maintenance, build reduced the amounts asked 'by each
In the event he desires to commute
ings, repairs, etc., than the legisla department to the extreme mini
sentence to life imprisonment
mum with which the institution
ture of two years ago granted.
is his business. Garrison was
When the college budget is pres could do work at all reasonably
indicted by a grand jury of seven
ent, the state will be asked for efficient.”
The report ol the registrar shows men and was twice convicted by
$249,000 for buildings, equipment,
juries of twelve men each. In all
repairs, books and periodicals, and enormous increase in both the reg
31 men have said that Garrison
for an increase of $50,000 a year ular and special courses, but the in
was guilty of the crime charged
lor maintenance during the next structional force has not kept pace
view of the facts I will make no
two years. Of these amounts $107,- with this growth in attendance.
000 is lor additional buildings; $60,- Registration in agronomy, for in recommendation, leaving final dis
position of the matter in the hands
000 for equipment; $35,000 for re stance, is 69 per cent greater than
pairs and improvements; $11,000 two years ago, but the instruction
While incacerated in the Coos
for remodeling Science Hall, $21,- al force but 38 per cent more; and
000 for extension of the heating in the division of horticulture the county jail Garrison confessed to
plant, and $15.000 for books and work has nearly doubled, with only killing Perkins and weighting his
18 per cent increase in instruction body in the bay. He also wrote a
But oue large building is request al force. These cases are typical number of letters in which he made
ed, that for the home economics of practically all departments, and numerous contradictory statements
work now divided between the indicate the necessity for increase relative to the murder. Important
among the evidence introduced at
crowded girls’ doimitory and the in maintenance appropriations.
The rapid growth of the home the trials was testimony to the ef
agronomy building. For this an
appropriation of $100,000 is asked. economic classes and the pressure fect that he was found in possession
When this is built and proper heat of other departments needing the of the personal belongings of P er
is given the stock judging pavilion classrooms in the agronomy build kins on the day following the mur
and farm mechanics building, it ing and the space iu the girls’ dor der. These effects included a gold
will be necessary to put $21,000 in mitory (there were 150 girls who watch, eye glasses and other less
to extension of the heating plant, could not be accommodated there valuable articles.
Unless Governor West acts in be
installing an additional boiler and this fall ) force the regents to ask
of Garrison, it is safe to pre
enlarging and lengthening the con for a home economics building.
he will pay the death pen
No library buildiug is asked at
duits. The rebuilding of the live
alty together with the four other
stock building will take $5,000, and this time, although the 22,000 vol
$1,000 is needed for a small storage umes and 35,000 pamphlets are now murderers od December 13. At
structure for inflamable materials huddled in five classrooms in the least, District Attorney George M.
and s h o p supplies.
oldest building on the campus, and Browu has washed bis hands of the
Science hall was built for agri are causing the floors to settle un affair and refuses to interfere.
Societies will get the very best
f l jo b Printing— N ew presses
new material and experienced
workmen. A guarantee that
Herald printing will please
EFFORTS MADE TO SECURE IT
Commercial Bodies of Ban
don and Coquille Unite to
Formulate Plans — Details
W ell in Hand
At a recent meeting of the Co
quille Commercial club, a committee
consisting of Mayor A. T. Morrison,
John Leneve and NedC Kelley was
appointed to work in conjunction
with J. L- Kronenberg, Elbert Dyer
and G T . Treadgold— a committee
of the Bandon Commercial club— in
formulating details having in view
the organization of a port commis
sion for the Coquille river.
The joint committee met in the
private room of the Commercial
club at Bandon last Thursday even
ing and discussed various phases of
An organization was perfected by
electing J. L. Kroenenberg, chair
man; E. E. Johnson, vice chairman
and Mr. Mills, secretary and treas
A petition 13 being formulated
and a map of the river from the ter
minus of the Myrtle Point port will
be made, and other matters in com
pliance with law will
Profiting by the experience of
other ports recently organized it is
believed the proposed port could be
established without legal entangle
Mayor Morrison is enthusiastic
in the formation of a port commis
sion for the lower Coquille river but
it has not iu the least lessened his
ardor in worktug for the building
of better roads.
These subjects are of vital con
cern to all and with energetic work
A Statement of Facts Backed ers and boosters, such as are now
at work, we may reasonably look
By a Strong Guarantee
for the attainment of results desired.
May every encouragement be
We guarautee complete relief to
given them in their laudable labors.
all suffers from constipation. In
every case where we fail we will
Don’t you know M. H. Hersey’s
supply the medicine free.
Racket Store is the best place to
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NO REASON FOR DOUBT
S a n t a C la u s ' h e a d q u a r t e r s
For the Ladies
McCall’s Magazine, the leading
fashion journal in America, is 50 c
a year, the Coquille Herald It 50 a
year. For those paying in advance
we will give the magazine and a
15 cent pattern of your own choice
from your first copy of McCall's
together with the Herald for one
year for $175. This offer is good
only for a limited time. See adver-
iisement elsewhere in this issue.
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