iJThe 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 N O . 14 C O Q U IL L E , COOS 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 19, 1912 CITY DIRECTORY Loganberry is Good for Wine Fraternal and Benevolent Orders F. & A . M .— Regular meeting of . Chadwick Einige No. 118 A. F. A A. At., at Muaonic Hall, every Saturday night in each month on or before the full moon. G. FI. J ohnson , W . M. A Horticulturists Say Beverage Equal to Champagne Can be Made of the Berries K. ft. M ast , Secretary. G. S.— Regular meeting of lleulah . Chapter No. 8, second and foortn F'riday evenings of each month, in Ma sonic Hall. Buai* F olsom , W . M. ! J oheimiine G. 1‘ k o i 'I. e h , bee. O $500 per Acre Made at Only 4c per Pound T O. O. F .—Coquille Lodge No. 5 3 ,1. O. 1 . O. F., meets every Saturday night in Odd Fellows Hall. T. J. T hrift , N. O. J. B. I.AWUKNce, Sec. AVUG R EBEK AH LODGE, No. 20 I. O. O. F'., meets every second and fourth Wednesday nights in Odd F'ellows Hall. A nnie R obinson , N. G, A nnie L awrence , Sec. Farmers O rganize Fruit G row ers A ssociation on C o o s B ay and W ill Operate D ry er—Stock in the Association to b e Paid fo r W ith Berries S K R M K W E F I X social organization. Hall in Laird’ s building, Second street. A. J. S herwood . Pres. F red S lagle , Sec. T o M ake the Farm M ore Productive T h e Printing M icrobe Medical science never succeed James Withycombe of the Ore- ed in isolating the printing microbe, ’Transportation Facilities gon Experiment station states that nor ,D discovering its anti-toxin, Its pres- T^R AI NS—Leave, south bound 9:00 a. dairying affords the quickest means i 8tl11. 8Uch a germ L m. and 3:00 p. m. North bound of building up the farm, as there is ' enco ,n 8ev<3re case8- >8 »«corapani- ill :40 R. m. snd 4 ;40 p. m. practically no soil exhaustion when ed =°“ tentment, length of days, OATS— Six boats plying on the Co poverty and whimiscal, quille river afford ample accommo butterfat constitutes the only dairy , | optimistic and gentle outlook upon dation for carrying freight and passen product sold. gers to Bandon and way points. Boats A ton of butterfat, worth about life. Nobody recovers once the mi leave at 7 :30, 8:30, 9:20 and 9:30 a. m. He may and at 1 :00, 3 :30 and 4 :45 p. in. $700 at present market values, takes crobe enters his blood. chaDge his job, but never his busi O T A G E — J. L. Laird, proprietor. De- less than 50 cents’ worth of plant ness If inherited wealth or mis O parts 5 :3 0 p. m. for Hosehurg via lood from the farm, while a ton of Myrtle Point, carrying the United Stales wheat, oats, alfalfa, or clover bay, fortune cuts short his career, he stdl mail and paiengers. remains a printer at heart. The OSTOFFICE.— A. F. Linegar, post worth Irotn $15 to $30, will take master. The mails close as follows: from the farm plant lood worth scent of paper and of ink is as the Myrtle Point 8:40 a. in. and 2:35 p. m. breath of life in bis nostrils. The Marshfield 10:15 a. in. ami 4:15 p. m. about $9 tor each ton sold. click of the types aud the rumble of Bandon and way points, Norway and Therefore if the farmer expects Arago 12:45 p. m. Eastern mail 5:15 presses is sweet music to his ears. to maintain the productivity of his p. m. Eastern mail arrives 7 :45 p. m. The charm of fine illustrations Jarm he should give careful atten and of worthy typography is a de tion to livestock, especially the C ity and County Officers light to his eyes. He never hears dairy cow. ..........A. T. Morrison a noble sentiment without imagin D S. Burch, Kansas Dairy Com R. H. Mast missioner, considers the cow a re ing how it could best be arranged upon the printed page. Poor print ......I*. M. Hall-Lewis markable and wonderful creature, C. A. Evernden and says she bolds the unique po ing hurts him more than ingratitude Marshal Night Marshal.......................John Hurley or coldness of friends. He tries to Water Superintendent S. V . Epperson sition of being the foster mother of F'lre Cliiei....... Walter Oerding the human race, a place for which conduct his life with due regard lo Councilmen—D. D. 1’ierce, C. T. Skeels the four great principles— balance, W . C. Laird, G. O. Leach, W . H . Ly no other animal has yet been able harmony, proportion and good ons, Leo J. Cary. Regular meetings to successfully compete. first and third Mondays each month. She gives approximately 600 I Pre88WOrk- And when he come, to 'lnows that while he him. Justice of the Peace..........J. J. Stanley crops of milk » year, a product for d‘e* Constable.............................Ned C. Kelley which in its various forms there is 8e^ may he f°rK0,ten, h>H work will an unlimited outlet ¡Hv® 0D- l,rioBin8 knowledge to the John T. Hall County Judge ignorant, strength to the weak, in Commissioners - W . T. Dement, Geo. J. spiration and help to the oppressed Fishermen Attention Armstrong j so long as the world shall lust. The Coos Bay Ice and Cold Stor- ..........T. M. Dimmick T. J. Thrift age Company w ill buy all S t e e l - 1 J e wish to call your attention to the ..............W . H. Bunch 0 fact that infectious diseaaes such as A . N. Gould head Salmon. Steamer Dispatch whooping cough, diphtheria and scarlet F. E. Wilson will gather and receipt for the fish, feverare contracted when the child has Coroner _ m , __ _ a cold. Chamberlain s Cough Remedy PrAimv fn,.all« 3n A WUn fnJJ. wil1 quickly cure a cold and greatly les- troupy unions ana tvneezy totas | 3en [be danger of contracting these The quickest simplest way to rid the diseases. This remedy is famous for children of dangerous croupy coughs! its cure of colds. It contains no Societies will get the very best and wheezy stuffy colds is to give them opium or other narcotic and may be 1 Foley’s Honey and Tar Compound. It given to a child with implicit confidence, I» H I N T I N G gives almost instant relief and stops a | Sold by all druggista. j cough promply. It sooths and heals, j at the office of Coquille Herald Contains no opiates. Fuhrman’sj > *** Pharmacy. ! X ’mas Toys at Mrs. Thompson's COMMERCIAL CLUB— J. E. N orton J President; J. C. S avage , Secretary B P Figures Prove Dairymen Greatly SEW ER CONTRACT AWARDED Benefitted by Patronizing O. K. Creamery City Dads Transact Consid Saloons nances Better Results Promised to Read, R e fle ct—R ew arded E v em d en Resigns The city council met Monday evening with a full attendance excepting Coun cilman Pierce. Bids for the construction of the sew ers in Sewer District No. 1 were opened and the contract was awarded to Edwin Eilingsen, his bid being the lowest. The several bidders and their figures are given below, showing, as will be observed, a wide variation: Coos Bay Paving & Cons. Co. $10,000.00 Dennis & Christensen 11,500.00 E. Eilingsen ....................... 9,999.99 Geo. Gordon................................. 14,298.40 Jacobsen-Bade Co...................... 11,073.26 H. M. Johnson 11,324.56 W . J. Longston......................... 13,700.00 Robt. Train................................... 13,878.00 H. V enske.................................... 12,986.20 E .;W . R iner................................. 15,058.40 O. L. Hoagley was ordered paid $275 from the special fund on account of improvement of Nosier street,.Williams avenue and Smith avenue. Dr. Notley, whose home is in Block 71 of Notley’s addition, laid a complaint before the council regarding the trees standing on adjacent property, which he claims threatens his house. The council decided that all these trees over 100 feet high must be cut down, and in structed the recorder to notify the own ers of the property to that effect. The city will cut those in the street between blocks 71 and 72. Saloon licenses were granted to Bax ter Bros., J. P. Tupper, A . E. Beckett, A. W . Garten. The resignation of C. A . Evemden as marshal was accepted, to take effect January first. Ordinance No. 81 was passed under suspension of the rules. This ordinance levies a special tax of ten mills on all the property in the corporation. The estimated amount to be raised is $6,000, and will be used for the purpose of de fraying operating expenses and the payment of city debts. Ordinance No. 82 was also passed, re establishing the grade of First street in Elliott's addition and Notley’s addi tion, according to the plans and data of the city engineer, filed September 10. The city engineer was instructed to prepare the necessary data for estab lishing the boundaries of Front street and Ferry street. This has reference to that portion o f Front street west of C street, which has never been properly defined, and to the short street leading from the west end of Front street to the ferry. Adjournment was taken to Dec. 23. fo r Com ing Season T h ose W h o Support the Institution— Passed — Marshal — Coquille Farmers W ill Profit by Like Enterprise IX enterprising farmers of Coos association will offer to pay growers thrive, is pronounced a commercial Bay have organized for the at least 4c. per pound for their ber prospect of the utmost importance purpose of engaging in and giving ries and at that price it is possible by horticulturists attending the encouragement to the raising of lo to raise as much as $500 worth on State Horticultural Society. They ganberries. Wherever grown the a single acre. say loganberry juice would be ex n i g h t s o f p y t h i a s .— Lycurgus Lodge No. 72, meets Tuesday nights loganberry has proved a money The association will operate a ported by the thousands of cases in \V. O. W . Hall. maker, and its commercial field is dryer £nd ship the product to east to all parts of the wot Id Connois- U. R. W atson , K R. S. constantly enlarging. The territo ern markets where it is said there seuers in juice, it is asserted, would O. A. M intonyk , C. C. p Y T H I A N SISTERS— Justus Temple ry where it can be grown success is an unlimited demand at prices study out the delicate flavors of va 1 No. 35, meets first and Third Mon fully is confined west of the cascades that will warrant shipping. rious classes oftlogauberry products day nights in W . O. W . Hall. in Northern California, Oregon and The first thing the association There would be in Oregon a Wal M rs . G r - roe D avis , M. E. C. M rs . F red I. ineuar , K . of R. Washington, an area none too will attempt to accomplish is to in do vintage which might vie with ED M EN—Coquilie Tribe No, 4(1, 1. large to supply the demands the duce the people to purchase roots the champagne of France or the O. R. M., meets every F'ridRV night many uses ot the berry make pos and set them out this winter. It is Rhine vintages of Germany. Monks in W. O. W . Hall. sible said that good healthy roots may in Douglas fir forest recesses would J. s. B arton , Sachem. A . P. M ili . kr , C. of R. Visitors from the Oregon Agri be had at $35 per thousaud and that develop our loganberry products W . A.— Regular meetings of Bea- cultural College, while at Coquille, thev will grow anywhere, prefera which would go forth into the • ver Camp No. 10,550 in M. W . A. stated the adaptability of the soil bly on bottom land. The hill lands world tn tempt the tastes of man. Hall, Front street, first and third Sat here as being most excellent for the are adapted to their culture aud Perhaps the grape, time-worn and urdays in each month. R. B. R ogers , V . 0 . production of the loganberry. These will produce immense crops. As it moldy,might be relegated to the for N ed O. K elley , Clerk. men know whereof they speak and will take a year to secure results gotten things of the past in a cen N. A .— Regular meeting of Lsurel . Camp No. 2972 at M. W . A . Hall, it is their business to give reliable the importance of starting now and tury or two, in favor of the won F'ront street, second and fourth Tues information. getting started right is apparent. derful juice ol a great new berry day nights In each month. All that is required is some prac- The association will be in touch which matures in the laud that A my A asen , Oracle. E dna K elley , Ree. itcal men to organize an association with houses which can furnish giyes rarest tints to the rose and O. W .— Myrtle Camp No. 197, here and big profits are bound to good healthy plants and also be well imparts shades of flavor which no • meets first and third Mondays at result in raising the berries. Who informed ou how to set them out bold, brazen sun ever could achieve. W . O. W . Hall. makes the move ? so that those who have never tried R. 8. K nowlton , C. C. Professor C. L- Lewis of the Ore J ohn L kneve , Sec. The Cous Bay Harbor has the this kind of berry culture need not gon Agricultural College opened V KNINGTIDE CIRCLE No. 214, following to say: waste time in experimenting. the door to fanciful speculation of meets second and fourth Monday The Coos Bay Fruit Growers’ It strikes this paper that the or future uses of the loganberry iu his nights in W . O. W . Hall. • O ba X . M aury , G . N. Association has been recently or ganization has a wonderful oppor paper on that subject to the fruit M ary A. P ierce , Clerk. ganized and takes the place the old tunity before it aud that there was men. His statements are based up ■pA R M E R S U N IO N.— Regular meet- Coos County Association held. never a better time to begin than on careful s’ udy of the pro duct. It •T ¡ngs second and fourth Saturdays in The new incorporators are: G. right now. At this time there is is found to be a wonderful produc each month in W . O. W . Hall. W . L. K ibtnek , President Gilbertson, George Cantine, S W. no commission house on the bay er. Plant wiza tis who take prop O. A. M intonye , Sec. Harmon, D D- Brainard, O. O. which handles the berry crops of erties from one and give to another 'K A TEU N A L AID No. 398, meets the Agree the ranchers, and since they have these days, are just getting fimly second and fourth Thursdays each Kjellacd aud A G. Raab. month at W. O. W . Hall. ments for plautiug loganberries taken the work of creating a mar established in the berry domain, M rs . C har . E vland , Pres. M rs . L ora H arrington , Sec. have been printed aud will be pre ket for this class of farm produce and the whole realm of achieve sented to every farmer within a on themselves, they are entiiled to ment is open before them. By the Educational Organisations and Clubs reasonable radius of Coos Bay im all the ctedit and encouragement a time that these have done their best and the immense productive value / " » O Q U I L L E E D U C A T I O N A L mediately. The association will move of this kind wat rants. v y L EAGU E— Meets monthly at the offer for sale a limited amount of of the loganberry is proven, it is High School Building during the school The Oregon Journal says that confidently forecasted that the juice year for the purpose of discussing edu stock payable in berries so that the cational topics. grower will not be out any cash. the use of Loganberries instead of of the loganberry will be going to R ena A ndehson , Pres. The capital stock is $5,000. grapes for all parts of the northwest all parts of the world. E dna M inard , Sec. O O. Kjelland says that the where the vineyard shrub will not T.r O K E EL KLUB— A business men’s Set out a patch of loganberries / i OQUILLG ENCAM PM ENT, No. 25 A-' I. O. O. F\, meets the firstand third Thursday nights in Odd Fellows Hall. J. S. H arton , C. P. J. S. L awrence , Sec. O K Creamery O K G ranted Licenses — O rdi v M P E R Y E A R $1.50 SPECIAL IAX ID BE LEVIED erable Business QJob Printing— New presses new material and experienced workmen. A guarantee that Herald printing will please T W ILL likely be of interest to | Creamery customers have received the dairymen bf the Coquille $ 2,880 in tue pa»t eight months, valley to know the difference in This price has still been two cents price paid by different creameries ]e88 than Tillamook or Humbolt for butterfat in the past eight prices, and it seems reasonable to mouths. the writer if the O. K. Ciearoery Pi ices range as follows: had their share of the business that Nor- O .K . they coulJ soon reach the Humbolt way V.C. C. prices, as the O. K. Creamery has March ................... 38 37*4 A p ril...................... ...... 27 27 ’ only had one-tbird of the busioess 31 May ...................... of the lower river this season and 28 25,4 28 30 28 June...................... 28 practically nothing from the up riv J u ly ....................... 30 30?, 30 er country. I August ................ ...... . October................. 3i*¡ 33?, 354 3 14 34 86 32 33 35 Besides these figures, if the read ers of this paper have noticed in an issue of a week ago they will recall 32 Average ...... 31x 31x that the Creamory has been placed (x means plus) While the average may seem small upon a satisfactory basis to its own at first observation, if on« will fig ers. In txplaiDiug .how these results ure his individual cream for the en tire season at the following Hverage have been attained, I will take tbs prices be will see what nn amount liberty to say that it has been done by caring for the little losses tOat it will mean in a year’s time. In taking an average customer arise so naturally in the creamery who has 300 pounds of butterfat a business. month it would mean $30 more in I wish to thank the many patrons eight months from the O. K. Cream of the O. K. Creamery for tbeir sup ery, besides the one ceDt per pound port, and will promise to any one the O. K. Creamery has paid on an who may wish to support us next average of odo and three-quarter season that wo will try to make a cents per pouod for hauling to the better showing than in the past, as plant, aDd did not charge back to it is my one desire to reach the their customers but three-quarters best prices of any creamery concern of a rent, leaving a margin of two in the west, and I can only do this cents per pound above any cream by the hearty support of those who believe in us. ery on the river. For the entire output of the one Yours very truly. plant this would mean that O. K. M. P. LONG. Gravel Ford Ripples Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mereen left recently for an extended visit with relatives in eastern Washington. Miss Eva Bennett accompanied them as fiir ns Portland where she will visit relatives who live near there. The Perry Bros., launched a unique motor boat e«rly last week. The boat is about 25 feet in leDgtb Curry C ounty Cullings by seven feet beam, a very conven R ed Cross Stam ps ient size for general use on the There are no vacant houses in -------------- - . q . - -------- North Fork. Theii boat runs very Port Orford. M yrtle Point Pointers nicely. Dairyville now receives mail via It may not be generally known Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Bennett return just bow much good is done by the Bandon six times a week. Mr. A . Hogue, who went to San The steamer Bandon last week Francisco three weeks ago, return ed from Rosenliurg Monday with «ale of these stamps. They are Mr. and Mrs J. V. Leep, parents of sent out by the American Cross So tooka cargo ol 1,700 railroad ties and ed on last steamer. 1,6000 feet of cedar lumber from A man by the name of Alec Har- Mrs Bennett, who have beeo visit ciety to the women’s clubs who re Port Orford. tle got his hand caught iu some ing their daughter, Mrs. F. G tain a commission of 87 yi per cent machinery he was running, out near Bunch of Ashland, but will spend for their sale. The money goes to A printer by the name of Baker reached Port Orlord last week. He Eckley, and mashed it so badly he the remainder of the winter with the study and relief of tuberculosis in Oregon. walked up the coast from San Fran came to the hospital where Dr. John the doctor and his wife. This fund can be used in any com O. S. Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Ole son had to amputate one or two of cisco, and his journey’s end is not Iverson, W. H. Bunch, Mrs. S. F munity in the state where it is his fingers. reached. needed. No case that is reported Several ladies representing the Overton, J. R. Bunch and Mrs. F. Dr. Granville and family have to the committee is denied assistance S. Bunch were visitors at the Acad gone to Southern California. Port various churches have been active and no names of patients are ever emy the past week. . trying to get the moving picture Orford is now without a resident divulged. J. D. Bcnnott went to McKinley physician and a capable practition theatre closed Sunday evenings, but Wednesday where he is now begin Already several deserving people er would receive a hearty welcome. were unsuccessful. have been helped as shown by a ning work on the McKinley bridge. Mrs. K. Shilling visited Marsh Several new business ventures A number of students of the late report of the State Chairman have been started at Gold Beach, field sevaral days the past week re Academy, with several other friends, of Public Health. viz., a hardware store, drug store, turning Thursday. A young girl who had a deaf and and meat market. A millinery es Geo. Bryant’s little girl four years were entertained Saturday evening by the-faculty-at the school house. ! dumb mother she could not leave, tablishment and a dentist will soon old has been very sick with rheu All enjoyed a pleasant evening. ■ was furnished a tent house, and at be added to the list. matism and stomach trouble, but is last report was gaining in weight A basket social was held at the better at this writing. Agnes, a village on the Rogue aud strength. river tbirty-two miles from its Two of the trainmen had a dis Gravel Ford cheese factory Satur- A young widow, with two child mouth, recently dedicated a new pute on onr streets a few nights ; <1»y niBht After supper the crowd ren, on the verge ot a breakdown, was entertained by parlor games hall and organized a commercial since which they tried to settle with who had spent her last cent, was club Considarable mineral exists their fists. Both were arrested and until a late . hour. , Those present . I expressed themselves very much furnished a tent house in the mount in that section. A piece of pure fined for disturbing the peace. pleased with the evening’s enter ains, the local club providing the copper, weighing about seventy- Our town has several shoplifters necessities. five pounds, was sent from Agnes who have been busy lately. They tainment A check of $75 sent a tubercular Gravel Ford is well represented to Portland for exhibition purposes are all known and are being watch The j father of two children to California, at the county examination, m e > not long since. ed. Misses L. and 9 . Hnenergardt, Miss where he now has wo'Jc in an or- Dr. W m. Sadler, author o f “ The Hilda Monson and Mr. A. L. En (chard and is much improved by out- Don’t you know M. H. Hersey's Cause and Cure of Colds,” says that I Racket Store is the best place-to common colds should be taken seriously, luod are among those in attendance door work in the dry, sunny climate. illy when they get anything you want. For I especially they "hang “ hang on.” on.” Fo Fo- i from the Academy. These are only a few of the cases ley’ s Honey and Tar Compound is a* a ley’s . , , . Christmas presents there you Wl ... reliable medicine for for coughs coughs j ! helped so when you buy Red Cross reliable household household medicine find all kinds of goods for the old and cojds. equally effective for children One hundred choice apple trees, stamps, you not only make your and young in great variety. fwl ar cold coniiinKSon.Takf t ltwIn<^avert i home Krown, between four and five Christmas packages aud letters dan nger of serious results and cur*, and one-half feet in height, $1 25 a bright and attractive, but vou help V. R. W ilson , expett w a t c h - 1 h,rr" fu*druK*' ^uhrma" * dozen Phone 3X Farmers. some one else to a new lease on maker. All grades and makes —•*- life, to health, to happiness, to use- of watches skillfully repaired. Sat-j Anyone wanting a fine fat goose , Beautiful scarfs of every grade, fulness.— For sale at all business isfaction to all. Bandon, Oregon. I for Christmas call 3X Farmers. I kind and price at Rose’* 'ash Store places in Coquille.