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V O L . 31,
T he C oquille H erald
CITY D IRECTORY
Fraternal and Benevolent Orders
F. & A . M .— Regular meeting of
. Chadwick Lodge No. 118 A. F. i A.
M., at Masonic Hall, every Saturday
night in each month on or before the
C. W . E ndioott , W . M.
R . H . M a h t , ecretary.
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1913
MISSION OF THE
LUCKY “ 13”
f l jo b Printing— N ew presses
new material and experienced
workmen. A guarantee that
Herald printing will please
THE COQUILLE RIVER
Y E A R $ 1 .5 0
The invasion of the winter tour
The following communica
ist centers, Sacramento, San Fran
cisco, Oakland, San J ise, Los Ange
tion from Representative W .
les, San Diego, Pasadena, etc., by
C. Hawley is self explana
E. 8 .— Regular meeting of Beulah
Royal Rusarians i f Portland,
. Chapter No. 6, second and fourtn
The sum secured is
was a great success. The actions
Friitay evenings of each month, in Ma
E va B arro w , W . M.
Twenty-aix Births and Seven
Like the Democratic Donkey Interesting Happenings and evidently for the expenses Transpiring in Oregon Boiled
always ended in unconditional sur- j
J obkciiink ( j, 1’ koi ‘ i . ks , Sec.
of regular survey and esti
Deaths Were Reported to render to the gay warriers in spot- j Has Large Ears—Takes a
Doings of Nearby Neigh
T O. O. F .—Coquille Lodge No. 53,1. O.
Down to Least Number of
mate of cost :
1 . O. F ., meets every Saturday night
less white, bearing the rose, the
bors from Correspondents
n Odd Fellows Hall.
Lines and Yet Make the
eotbjem of their native city, ‘‘The
C. H . C lk avk s , N. G.
Washington, D, C.,
Tired Slumbers Long
J. 8. L awrence , Sec.
City of Roses.’’
Jan. 14, 1913.
AMIE RKBEKAH LODGE, No. 30
The Royal Rosariann, organized
W. C. Chase,
I. O. O. F., meets every second and
He is 56 years old.
Coos county presents a good to assist the good work of the Port
fourth Wednesday nights in Odd Fellows
Two women policemen have been
He has a charming and beautiful
showing for the month of Decem land Rose Festival Association, has
E mily H eiisky , N. G,
Prof. W. H. Bunch returned from
to the local force at Tillamook.
A nnie L aw rence , Sec.
ber in its vita! statistics, the births performed a great set vice to Port
I have secured a river and
a business visit to Salem,January 1 1 .
A new county building is to be
His daughters look more like him
f 'O Q U IL I.E ENCAM 1*.VI ENT, No. 25 greatly exceeding the deaths. Of land, to Oregon and to the Pacific
The Iioseburg stage failed to get harbor bill provision o f six ! erected in Klamath Falls this year.
v_/ I. O. O. F., meets the first and third
than like their mother. They are
the seven who passed away four had northwest.
Thursday nights in Odd Fel ows'Hall.
thousand dollars for Coquille.
to McKinley, January 7.
attained unusually advanced ages.
Baker county mining men predict
J. 8 . B arton , C. P.
About 100 business men and their
J . S . L awrence , Sec.
David Peuwel), a young man The project I had in the last a big forward movement in mining
His first Dauie is “ Thomas,” but
Mrs. Marion Wade, who died at wives left Portland December 28,
NIGHT8 OF PY TH IA8. — Lycurgus M yrtle Point, is reported as having by special train, via tbe Southern 1,6 tia8 not UBed U f,jr many y‘‘ar8- whose home in childhood was at act has had preliminary sur this year.
Lodge No. 72. meets Tuesday nights
lived ninely-nitie years,
seven Pacific, over the beautiful Shasta They called him •‘Tommy” in college McKinley, has returned after an ab vey made and acted on fa
in W . G. VV. Hall.
The section around Myrtle Creek
R. R. W atson , K R. 8.
He does not use tobacco, but sence of stveral years and is now
months and fourteen days, but those route and "The Road of a Thous
vorably and regular survey is said to be well suited for walnut
O. A. M intonve , C. C.
who were more intimately acquaint and Wonders.” All the principal drinks a little wine sometimes und a
culture for trees tbat leaf and bloom
IJ Y T H IA N SISTERS— Justus Temple ed with the old lady aver that her
Miss Mildred Mast has gono to
cities of California were visited Scotch highball when yery tired.
1 No. 35, meets tirst and Third Mon
life considerably passed the centu The California tourist season is now Buttermilk is his favorite beverage Myrtle Point to attend school and
day nights in W . 0 . W . Hall.
The Salem Board of Trade will
M rs . G eorge D avis , M. E. C.
He is nearly blind in bis right eye take the eighth grade examination gineers to get early and
at its height. Thousands upon
M rs . E rro L ineoar , K. of R.
wage a campaign against, remova
The records of the health officer thousands of touristB, some wealthy
of the state fair from that city to
ED M EN — Coouille Tribe No, 46, 1.
W. C. HAWLEY.
Mrs. Ed Lseswell, who has been
others with only moderate nieaDS, When reading he holds a monocle
0 . R. M ., meets every Friday night show the following:
in W. 0 . W . Hall.
from all corners of the United States, j *n ^r0B* ° f A *18 damaged eye.
in Douglas county since last sum
J. 8. B a r t o n , Sachem.
Two of the oldest ranches near
His favorite recreation is golf, mer administering to her daughter, Certificates Given to
Dec. 3 - To the w ife o f Alex. Ander Canada and foreign countries, are
A. P. M iller , C. of R.
Gold Hill, known as the old Clark
son, Marshfield, a son.
Mrs. Lily Cress, who has been in
now wintering in delightful, sunny
Coos County Teachers and Hodges places, containing about
W . A.— Regular meetings of Bea-
To the w ife o f B. N. Olson,
He Dever drinks iced water.
poor health for over a year, arrived
. ver Camp No. 10,550 in M. W . A.
280 acres of fine land, were sold to
Marshfield, a son.
Hall, Front street, firBt and third Sat
Sleeps from nine to twelve hours on the stage recently.
It is estimated that in tbe parade
Tbirty-one teachers who took the Illinois buyers for $20,000.
urdays in each month.
To the wife o f Wm. E. Saw
It. B. R ogers , V . C.
at the Floral Festival at Pasadena
Mrs. Daly is at Coquille with her December examination in Coos
yer, Marshfield, a son.
Out of the crew of thirty-five men
N ed 0 . K elley , Clerk.
Likes automobiling. bat often sister, Mrs. Clark Bunch. Mr. Bunch
4—To the w ife o f Thos. Gregory, alone the Rosarians were reviewed
county were successful and received
the ill-fated Rosecrans which
N. A .— Regular meeting of Laurel
Myrtle Point, a son.
by more than 400,000 people, most
has been ill fora long time and is certificates. A number of teachers,
. Camp No. 2972 at M. W . A . Hall,
was wrecked at Astoria, January 7,
6—To the w ife o f Ira M. Abbott,
of them tourists.
not improving as fast as his friends who did not write for certificates
Front street, second and fourth Tues
Myrtie Point, a son.
only three survive— Fred Peters,
day nights in each month.
The Rosurians were the subject ing expert. Writes all his speeches, would like.
but in order to secure exemptions
A my A ahen , Oracle.
Eric Lindmark and John Slenoing.
of buudreds of kodak snapshots, as
E dna K elley , Rec.
vis, Marshfield, a son.
Mrs. Anna Wilcox will start for in one or more subjects were also
the Graham system of shorthand.
W. Henry Applegate, a pioneer of
to visit with her mother. successful in attaining the required
O. W .— Myrtle Camp No. 197,
county, who crossed the
He is five feet tea inches tall and
Cracken, Aasen’ s Camp, a ators, seeking material for the pic-
. meets first and third Mondays at
L. F. R Heller Las been making grade of ninety per cent, or over. plains in the fifties, died at bis home
W . O. W . Hall.
weighs 177 pounds.
R. 8. K nowlton , C. C.
10—To the wife o f John H. Greves,
on tbe Dead Indian road, near Med
He can run half a mile at a good good use of bis kodak lately taking
The advertising value of the visit
J ohn L enevk , Sec.
♦Beatrice McLeod, Riverton
North Bend, twin daughters.
some snow scenes.
ford, early in January The Apple-
pace without losing his wind.
VEN INGTIDE CIRCLE No. 214,
To the wife o f Oscar S. Erick
gate valley is named for his family.
meets second and fourth Monday
not be estimated. Of tbe people who
son, Marshfield, a son.
May A. Fahey, Bandon
nights in W . O. W . Hall.
January 3 was over two inches in
The State of Oregon has an ex
saw them, met the members, or re
Dollie Robbins, Myrtle Point
O ra X . M aury , G. N.
depth in some parts of McKinley.
Kay, Riverton, a son.
M ary A. P ierce , Clerk.
cess of $361,190.78 in assets over
ceived a personal, or printed, invi which he saved from his salary as a
Hilda Monsan, Gravel Ford
12— To the wife o f Wm K. Peck,
tation to visit Portland and tbe Pa professor at PrincotoD, he has no
T 7 ARMEUS UNION.— Regular meet-
Lurinda M. Dean, Myrtle Point her liabilities, according to the
Bandon, a son.
Gravel Ford Ripples
1 ings second and fourth Saturdays in
money or property.
financial section of the secretary of
♦Blanche Radley, Bandon
12—To the wife o f L. A. Myers,
each month in W . O. VV. Hall.
Considers “ 13” bis luckv number.
Work on the^ McKinley bridge
state’s annual report. The assets
wilbcome this wav. We bold that,
F rank B c h k h o l ’ > yu . ! ' ' n .
Mary K. Price, Bancroft
Myrtle-Point, a daqgM sc.
O. A. M in to n yk , Sec.
15—To the w ife o f John W. Chap if the people come to OregoD, they There are 13 letter in his name and having been postponed until better
Florence J. Jennings, Myrtle Pt of the state, it is shown, are $1,106.-
man, Marshfield, a daughter. are sure to be fascinated with our in his thirteenth year as a professor weather, Mr. Bennett has resumed
U R A T E K N A L AID No. 398, meets the
Elsie G- Philpott, Myrtle Point
15—To the wife o f Fred Tiedgen,
-U second and foudli Thursdays eacli
at Piitcetou he was elected its thir work on the Mullin’s bridge with a
Oregon’s period of hangings
month at W . 0 . VV, Hall.
Marshfield, a son.
view of finishing it while the roads
M rs . C eas . E vland , Pres.
Sarah Huenergardt, Gravel Ford seems not yet over, for there are at
To the w ife o f Henry Drollin-
M rs . L ora H arrington , Sec.
Likes to go to the theatre. Pre are too soft to haul material to the
The Royal Rosarians are doiDg
present five men in the state peni
ger, Marshfield, a son.
Bessie M. Dean, Myrtle Point
comedy or light opera.
one at McKinley.
To the wife o f Theodore Rud-
tentiary under death sentence. The
splendid work in the development
Freda May Hazer, North Bend
Educational Organizations and Clubs
ness, Beaver Hill, a son.
He has enormous ears and large,
The G. F. A. Literary Society
of Oregon by inviting people to
eligibles are Robert Morgan, Frank
Helen Landrilh, Marshfield
f 'Oil U I L l k e d u c a t i o n a l
To the wife o f R. J. Hill,
irregular, and somewhat discolored, held its first meeting of the second
Lillian Pitman, Marshfield
Seymour, Mike Spanos, Charles and
Oregon. Let us do likewise.
L z LE AG U E — Meets monthly at the
Arago, a daughter.
High School Building during the school
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semester Saturday evening. The
Ruth Harmon, North Eeud
year for the purpose of discussing edu
He wears eyeglasses all the time. meeting was well attended and an
Myrtle Point, a daughter.
Belva L. Flanagan, Marshfield
Battle With Sea Lion
In December, 1912, at tbe local
R ena A nderson , Pres.
Was a good baseball and football excellent program rendered.
To the w ife o f Edward H.
Minnie Parker, Cooston
United States land office in Burns
E dna M inard , Sec.
Joehnk, Marshfield, a son.
Jenuie Walker, Gardiner
Harry Whitney killed a large sea player when a young man.
Miss Sarah Huenergardt left the
thirty-seven homestead, seven des
O K E EL KLCB— A business men’s
To the w ife o f Alan O. Haas.
He is Scotch-Irish.
Edith B Raab, North Bend
lion Thursday on the beach south
social organization. Hall in Laird’ s
Ford Sunday for Sitkum. She is
ert, and two timber and stone entries
Marshfield, a daughter.
building, Second street.
His father was a Presbyterian one of the normal class of the Acad
Frank Hutchins, Prosper
Bandon. The lion was a mon
were made besides one railroad sec
To the w ife o f James J. of
A . J. S herwood , Pres.
aod he is a Presbyterian emy all of whom were successful in
Lizzie Divelbiss, Port Orford
ter, Bay City, a (laughter.
F red S lagle , Sec.
ster; it was over ten feet long and
tion and the usual number of proofs,
To the w ife o f Solomon Kuljn,
Charles E. Mulkey, Bridge
weighed iooo pounds. Mr. Whit too.
passing the December examination.
deBert and homestead.
/C O M M E R C IA L CLUB •J. E. N orton
Marshfield, a daughter.
When away from home be sends Miss Huenergardt has been employ
L / Pi
President ; J. C. S avage , Secretary
Arthur Brown, Myrtle Poiut
ney was walking on the beach when
According to the annual report
To the w ife o f Herman Reihn.
Lloyd Enlund, North Bend
he discovered the sea lion about his wife a “ lettergram” every night. ed to teach the public school at
of Adjutant General Fiozer the Nat
Marshfield, a daughter.
Willeska Roberts, Marshfield
30—To the wife o f Thos. H. Hull, fifty feet from the water. His only
ional Guard of Oregon aggregates
'R A IN S —Leave, Boutb bound 9:00 a.
Minard, Gravel Ford
Ed. Aasen has closed tSe Gravel
1567 men. The report recommends
m. and 3:00 p. m. North hound
30—To the wife o f Alfred H. Met attacked the huge animal and after
i():40 a. in. end 4:40 p. m.
Katherine Willoughby, Brockw’y that the legislature at its session
Ford boom and has made prepara
calf, North Bend, a son.
While cruising timber last week,
Lorena Huenergardt, Gravel Fd this year continue the annual ap
a terrific battle succeeded in dis
OATS— Six boats plying on the Co
tions for a large drive of logs.
30—To the w ife o f Robert Brown
quille river afford ample accommo
near Bandon, J. H. Ferger discov
M. Root, Myrtle Point propriation of ¡¡520,000 for the con
ing, Marshfield, a daughter.
Miss Electa Bradv returned from
dation lor carrying freight and passen
* Five-year certificates.
down by the enraged lion which ered a curiosity which speaks vol Marshfield Monday where she has
gers to ltandon and way points. Boats
struction of armories.
leave at 7 :30, 8:30, 9:20 and 9:30 a. m.
used its great fins or "flippers” with umes for and is undisputahle evi- been ill for some time. She was
During December, 28 vessels
and at 1 :00, 3 :30 and 4 :4> p. m.
Dec. 1—James Armstrong, Bandon,
good effect. The big lion roared dence of the non-perishable qualities accompanied trom Myrtle Point by
aged 55 years'
loaded at the mills in the Astoria
TAGE— J. L. Laird, proprietor. De
wbitc crcdar. I he discovery con-
Dec. 7—George Cash, Bandon, aged and bel.owed like an angry bnll. [
parts 5 :3 0 p. m. for Boeeburg via
her father and brother Alton.
customs district and their combin
Myrtle Point,carrying the United Slates 70 years, 6 months and 8 days.
Mr, Whitney’ s hip was injured by s'sts °f a wbite cedar log about 35
ed cargoes amounted to 26,392,960
mail and pasengers.
Dec. 14—Infant son ot Mr. and Mrs. one ot the blows from the big flip- inches in diameter which was evi-
feet. Of these vessels, 25 carrying
ful in Their Selection of
OSTOFFICE.— A. F. Linegar, post J. LaChappell, Marshfield, aged 1 year. per; probably the one which knocked dently blown down many years ago,
23,709,028 fie t o f lumber went to
master. The mails close as follows:
Dec. 18—Marion Wade, Myrtle Point,
in the construction of his new
him down. The animal was bereft as two trees fully two leet through
Myrtle Point 8:40 a. m. and 2:35 p. m. aged 99 years, 7 months and 14 days.
domestic points, while three with
Marshfield 10:15 a. m. and 4:15 p. m.
are growing ove’ it with roots ex creamery at Fox Bridge. Mr. Mo
of his skin,— Bandon Recorder.
2,683,932 feet went to foreign ports.
ltandon and way points, Norway and
ser reports his work well under way
Arago 12:45 p. in. Eastern mail 5:15 aged 24 years.
For the purpose of establishing a
altogether ideal remedy that is par
p. m. Eastern mail arrives 7 :45 a. m.
Dec. 27—Alvin Munch, Bandon, aged
log in a firm unbrace. Another
farm of 70 acres near Cor
02 years, 6 months and 8 days.
strange feature i the bark still re
Dec. 27—Jesse Cotton, Myrtle Point,
his factory here at the Ford which ments of aged people and persons vallis, the Board of Regents of the
City and County O fficers
Coquille schools begin the second mains on the 4edar. Mr. Ferger
aged 86 years and 7 months.
was well patronized last season.
of weak constitutions who suffer Oregon Agricultural College will
semester February 3 , 19 13 - Child- intends cutting rae trees leaving the
from constipation or other bowel ask the legislature for an appropri
ren who have passed their sixth stumps about 18 inches high, and
Areas Below Sea Level
..................R. H. Mast Valuable Clay Deposit
disorders. We are so certain that ation of $12,000. Tbe plan of tbe
birthday will be permitted to enter sending them east as a practical
farm will be to develop layers and
Found Near Lampa at that time. Parents of children illustration of the lasting qualities
All the continents with tbe possi it will relieve these complaints and
Marshal................... .........C. A. Evernden
sell them and their eggs at a nom
entering the first grade should see of this valuable product of our Ore- ble exception of South America,
inal price to farmers thereby bring
Water Superintendent S. V . Epperson
that they enroll promptly at the be- Ron forests.— Bandon World,
contain areas o f dry land which are
Mr. Mat. Laws, the veteran c a l ginning of the semester. Enrollment
personal guarantee that it shall ing tbe poultry business of the
below sea le ve l.
Councilmen —D. D. Pierce, C. T. Skeels
state to the highest standard possi
W . C. Laird, G. O. Leach, W . H. Ly
of beginners in that grade will close j
In North America, according to cost the user nothing if it fails to
ons, Leo J. Cary. Regular meetings charge at the Lampa Coal Com
after the first week.
the United States Geological Survey,
first and third Mondays each month.
G . A . Bennett, editor of the Coos
pany’s interests at Latnpa, reports
A page from a fashion magazine
C. A H o w a r d ,
the lowest point is in Death Valley,
Bay News, says that his files show
Justice of the Peace
J. J. Stanley the discovery ol large deposits of a
Rexall Orderlies have a soothing, of half a century ago was found im
California, 276 feet below sea level;
Constable ......................... Ned C. Kelley fine grade of potters’ or china clay
that this winter, so far, is exactly
but this is a slight depression com healing, strengthening, tonic aud bedded in the center of a large oak
similar to that of 1879 - 80 . Even
on the Company’s property there.
pared to the basin of the Dead Sea, regulative action upon the bowels. ! tree cut down by Harold Corliss on
John T. Hall
| the semi hurricane which recently
Commissioners— W . T . Dement, Geo. J. The vein already explored runs
in Palestine, Asia, where the lowest They remove all irritation, dryness, his ranch near Phoenix. The tree
There will be a meeting of the I did considerable damage on the bav
from fifteen to twenty feet in thick
Iry-land point is 1,290 feet below sea soreness and weakness. They re had grown around the paper, which
Educational League Friday after- was a replica of the one that visited
Sheriff .......................... ........W . W . Gage ness and appears practically inex
level. In Africa the lowest point is store the bowels and associate or- remains in perfect condition. By
noon, January 17 , at the high school here on January 9 , 1880 , and knock
Treasurer....................... T. M. Gimmick hanstible.
the Desert of Sahara, about 150 gans to more vigorous and healthy counting one year to each riug of
T. J. Thrift
growth, it is estimated tbat the pa
The discovery opens up another building at 3 : 30 . Miss Rachel E. ed things galley-west. The bad
W . It. Bunch
feet below sea level, but the Sahara activity. They are eaten like candy. per was put or blown into a hole in
A . N. Gould great possibility in the industrial Applegate will deliver an address weather that year continued until
as a whole is not below sea level, al may be taken at anytime without i y0UDg ,ree fifty years ago.
F. E. Wilson
field to be derived Irom the develop entitled “ Herbart and His Influence April wheu the fine weather came
Health Officer.............. Dr. Walter Culin
though until recently the greater inconvenience, do not cause any
ment of the wonderful and varied on Modern Pedagogy,” and Mrs. to stay. Any one who wishes to
part of it was supposed to be. In griping, nausea, diarrhoea, excess
Hints for Honsek«ycrs
natural resources of this region, and R. B. Hoag will talk on “The Scope prophesy on the strength of this is
Keep Foley’s Honey and Tar Com-
Europe the lowest point at present ive looseness, flatulence or other
it is hoped that capital and enter and Significance of the Children’s welcome to the hunch.
Price 25c. and pound always on hand, and you can
known is on the shores of tbe Cas disagreeable effect.
Societies will get the very best
quickly head off a cold bv its prompt
prise will not be slow in converting Bureau.” Everyone welcome.
When yon want a reliable medicine pian Sea, 86 feet below aea level. 10c. Sold only st our store lhe n!W R Contains no opiates, heals and
I» H I N T I N G
into marketable form that
Trespass notices printed on cloth for a cough or «old uke Chamberlain’s In Australia tbe lowest point is at Rexall store, Fubrman’ s Pharmacy soothes the inflamed air passages, slope
the cough, and may save a big doctor's
nature has so munificently provided
at the office of Coquille Herald
worded in bee nine with law l ’ough Remedy. It can always lie ile- Lake Torrene, about 25 feet below
hill. In the yellow package. For sale
and safe to
in the raw state.— Bandon Surf.
t for sale at the Herald office.
1 - take.
- all druggists.
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Paid the printer lately ?
at Fuhnuan’s Pharmacy.
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