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•¡The 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
C O Q U IL L E , C O O S C O U N T Y , O R E G O N , T U E S D A Y ,
Fraternal and Benevolent Orders
F . & A. M.—Regular meeting of
. Chadwick I.odKe No. 68 A F. & A.
M., at Masonic Hail, every Saturday
night in each month on or before the
C. AV. K ndioott , W . M.
K. H . M a s t , e cretary.
8.—Heirular meeting of Beulah
O K. . Chapter
No. ti, second and fourtn
Friday evenings of each month, in Ma
E va H arrow , W . M
J oskimiink G. 1V. oit . ich , bee.
IN THE STATE
at ^ of a cent pet pound. The
Myrtle will handle the up-river
cream ai the same piice.
Norma will leave Bandon at 7:30 a.
m , and we will receive cream Mon
days and Fridays at present, so do
not be alarmed at any thing that
might be used as a club for we will H ave B e e n F i z z l i n ’ O v e r P u z z o la n , a V o lc a n ic S oil
meet yon half way always
C om m on in o t jjio n , a n d F in d it M a k e s M ix
Yours very truly,
ture More Durable than Pure Cement Concrete
M. P. LONG, M gr.
UNIVERSITY EXPERTS FIND
BEST OF ROAD MATERIAL
BANDON MAN AT PORTLAND
Tours Through Rural Dis
tricts of Oregon, Warning
Against White Slavers.
O. O. F .—Coquille Lodge No. 53,1. O.
. O. F., meets every Saturday night
n Odd Fellows Hall.
M A R C H 4,
(From Press Bulletin o f the University o f Oregon)
^ 3 Job Printing— N ew presses
new material and experienced
workmen. A guarantee that
Herald printing will please
P E R Y E A R $ 1 .5 0
is confined to bi.< room with failing
health, and owing to his advanced
age his condition is considered qniie
Several citizens of the lower
Rogue river country went up to II-
lihe last Saturday to attend a meet
ing at which a new Commercial
club was organized.
Postmaster Johnston and son will
return from Marshfield in a few
days. Dr. Straw found that the
scissors wound in Master Lowell’s
eye was not so deep as first feared,
and the sight has been saved.
Mr. Fay, son of Jas. D. Fay,
prominent in tbe early history of
Oregon, is publishing the Gold
Beach Globe in tbe abseuce of
Editor Marslers, who is absent on
a trip to the Willamette valley.
Visitors to Gold Beach, who are
nervously inclined are threatened
with shocks at all hours of the day
and night by discordant sounds,
which, if followed up, prove to be
nothing more nor less than the
Gold Beach brass band at practice.
A couple of months ago, George
Dunn of Euchre Creek, drove 89
head of bogs into the oak woods at
Panther Camp and the "Old Dig
gings" on Lobster creek to fatten
on tbe acorns. The hogs scattered,
and at present it looks as though
Mr. Dunn will not be able to get
more than half of them out of the
woods this season.
EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK
Transpiring in Oregon Boiled
Down to Least Number of
Lines and Yet Make the
University of Oregon, Eugene, ago in a popular election $50,000,
Feb 26 -A discovery of the very 000 was voted which will be used
C. H . C lkaves , N. G.
first importance to the state of Ore- in tearing up the macadam roads
J. 8. L awhkncr , Sec.
The Portland Journal brings the
The spud m.Yijtet at Eugene is
gonwfas announced by the engineer and replacing them with concrete.
Grieved by the fate of
a m if . r e b e k a h l o d u e , No. 20 following:
ing c-ril-ge of the Univesity of Ore
I. O. O. F., meets every »<icond and a Bandon girl who was lured from
Macadam roads in Oregon par
fourth Wednesday nights in Odd Fellows
Appropriations made by this
in Lane county, cost to
E mily H krsky , N. G,
legislature will exceed $5,000,000.
A nnie L awrrnck , Sec.
well of Bandon has come to Port
canic material, “ puzzolan,” and Massachusetts, not including con
Plans are being laid for extensive
C o q u i l l e e n c a m p m e n t , No. 2 :. land to aid in the organization of
V-/ I. O. O. F „ meets tlie first and third
that this puzzolan can be mixed tractor’s profit estimated at 20 per
paving in Independence this sum
Thursday nights in Odd Fellows'Hall.
with Porlland cement making a cent, six-inch macadam costs 54 7
J. S. B arton , C. P.
that will warn the rural residents
J . S.L awhence , Sec.
Several surveying crews are at
against the wiles of the white slavers.
stronger and more durable than costs 57 cent. But the upkeep is
rN IG H TS OF 1’ YTHIAN. — Lycurgua
work running surveys in Washing
“ Speakers will be routed through
Y. Lodge No. 72, meets Tuesday nights
the pure article and at a fraction of the expensive feature of such roads.
the rural districts of Oregon, giving
in W. O. W. Hall.
R. R. W atson . K R. 8.
the cost This epoch-making dis Of course this varies under local
the people information about the or
Many settlers are being kept out
O. A. M intonye , C. C.
covery, it is asserted, advances the conditions. Estimates range 6.82
ganized traffic in girls thatrobsfio,
of Eastern Oregon by tbe alleged
rrY T H IA N SISTERS—Justus Temple
state many years toward the solu cents per square yard per annum to
000 American homes annualy and
over-pricing of land.
L No. 35, meets first and Third Mon
Charley Hart Sells Out
tion of the problem ot permanent 36 cents a yard. The annual cost
causes the unexplained disappear
day nights in W. O. W. Hall.
More care is to be taken in the
M rs . G eorge D avis , M. E. C. ance of not less than 5 oo girls in
road. The new puzzolan road is of maintenance of macadam in
shipping of milk into Portland dur
Charley Hart, who has been in cheaper than macadam and better
M rs . F red L inegar , K. of R.
Paris is said to be one-third of the
Oregon every year.
ing the summer months.
terested in the Royal Theater, with
ED MEN—Coauille Tribe No. 46, 1
each year. This is to say a
“ We have a preliminary list ot A. P. Miller, has disposed of his in
O R. M., meets every Friday night
Geo. H. Baxter has resigned
macadan road must be rebuilt every
MAKES PERMANT ROAD
in W. O. W. Hall.
philanthropic people who will aid terest to Mr. Miller, and has gone
from the city council of Cresswell,
J. S. B arton , Sachem.
"Paying tor five-year roads with
in meeting the cost of lecture tours to Marshfield to lake charge of the
A. P. M iller , C. of R.
and will leave that place.
Insofar as possible the speakers operating booth of the Royal picture 20-year bonds,” is an argumeut by the United States office of public
W. A.— Regular meetings of Bea-
It is reported in Portland that
roads make the average cost of
. ver Camp No. 10,550 in M. W . A. will contribute their time above the house there. Mr. Hart is a good that has called a halt on many a
Jonathan Bourne is about to
Hall, Front street, first and third Sat bare cost of traveling. We do not
good roads campaign. It is be
rustler and a pleasant young man to
sue the Senator lor divorce.
urdays in each month.
propose to quit with one tour but meet, and we are sorry to see him lieved that now, with the way
M. O. H awkins . Consul.
J. M. Mouteith, a Portland fire
R . B. R ogers , V . C.
shown to construct permant high bituminous macadam.
to continue the work. Speakers R O .
N ed 0 . K elley , Clerk.
man, was badly injured while at
ways at less than the cost of the
SAVING IS ENORMOUS
will use both moving pictures and
N. A.— Regular meeting of Laurel
tempting to save a pigeon from a
“ Taking conditions, in Eugene as
present rapidly deteriorating mac
. Camp No. 2972 at M. W. A . Hall, stereopticons to illustrate their ad
adam, it will be safe to build under typical of local conditions, includ O f Interest to Those Who blazing roof.
Front street, second and fourth Tues dresses.
day nights in each month.
Announcement has been made
“ The crusade against the white Brookings Lumber Conpany the bonding system, leving both tbe ing all items of sand, cement, blend
M ary K ern , Oracle.
Patronize the Movies
by the Klamath Falls Elks that the
road and part of the indebtedness mixing, stone freight charges, haul
E dna K elley , Rec.
slave traffic in Oregon will be con
Doing Much Work
second annual rodeo will be held in
for the coming generation. The ing, protection we obtain $5.66 as
w . —Myrtle Camp No. 197, ducted under the direction of the
Some notable photoplays have
. meets first and third Mondays at anti-vice committee of the Automet
details of the discovery are an the total cost of rammed concrete,” been shown to Coquille patrons of the early part of July.
W . O W. Hall.
nounced in a publication issued by says Prof. Me Alister. “ One cubic the silent drama within the last
On advices received from Wash
ric league which has offices in the
U. 8 . K n o w lto n , C. C.
J ohn L enkvk , Sec.
the University which can be ob yard will lay nine square yards; week or so.
ington, the last of the Oregon tim-
which is developing a new town in
tained by writing to the Registrar. thus the cost ol the concrete per
VBNINGTIDB CIRCLE No. 214,
Mr. Stillwell says he learned
Blanche Walsh, in Tolstoy’s tier land fraud cases have been dis
the southern part of Curry county,
meets second and fourth Monday
squre yard is 63 cents.
p u z z o l a n ” is n e w m a t e r ia l
at the Royal gave posed of by dismissal.
night» in W . O. W . Hall.
at the Chetco river, has about 140
"The cost of the bituminous part an opportunity to see that noted
O ra X . M aury , G. N.
Willard a girl of 17, who was at men, a small army, at work. The
“ Puzzolan” the volcanic mat
George Collins, one of the earli
M ary A. P ierce , Clerk.
being a heavy asphlt oil coating 90 actress in a strong part, and no dis est superintendents of the Oregon
tracted from Bandon by an appar
company is spending a generous erial, is well distributed iu Oregon.
ARM ERS UNION.— Regular meet ently respectable woman who prom
per cent asphalt, includes the cost ol appointment was felt by those who penitentiary, died at Salem last
fortune iu the first work looking The proportion in winch it can be
ings second and fourth Saturdays in
freight, haulage,¡heating, spread saw the picture.
ised her employment. The girl was towards sawing of lumber and ship mixed with concrete varies with
week at the age of 79.
each month in W. O. W. Hall.
F rank B urkholder , Pres. later discovered in one of the worst
ing the cost of stone screenings,
Acting upon the request of the
0 . A. M intonye , Sec.
of San Francisco resorts.
E. H. Me Alister, Dean of the En sand, hauling and spreading the was seen at the Scenic, when Rose directors of the Bank of Troutdale,
t t RATERNAL AID N o . 398, meets the
gineering College, has designated same: in fact the, total cost of the Coghlan played Rosalind in the of Troutdale, Oregon, Will Wright,
1* second and fourth Thursdays each
kets of the south.
“ Eugene Puzzolan,” is found surface coats. Add this to the cost Vitagraph representation of “As state superintendent of banks, has
month at W. O. W . Hall.
Erroneous Statements Cor
Clarence Woodward, who has
M rs . C h a s . E vland , Pres.
throughout the Wil of the concrete and you have the You Like It.’’ It was a treat to taken charge of the institution.
M r s . L ora H a r r in g t o n , Sec.
rected by Manager
just returned trom an extended
total cost of the surfaced pavement, students of Shakespeare.
visit with friends in the neighbor lamette valley. Another type ex
Samuel Steele, who had lived in
69 - 5 -
Educational Organizations and Clubs
Coghlan is certainly a great actress, Camas valley about 50 years, was
It is imperative that the following hood of Wedderburn, was at the
"On the basis of the average cost but in frankness it must be said that
/ V o Q U I L L K K D U C A T I O N A L statement be made and it is a shame scene of the Brookings’ company puzzolan can be made from blast
found dead in his barn last week,
and maintenance of macadam com* she and Miss Walsh ure too well ad
V_> LEAGUE—Meets monthly at the
having died of heart failure. He
High School Building during the school that such means must be taken to activity along in January and then
pare it with the concrete.
vanced in years to play the part of was 86 years old, and living alone.
year for the purpose of discussing edu set people aright as to the facts con saw more work going on than has other form is termed “ diatomaceous
Maca dam Concrete young women or girls.
cerning our business, but to the ever been under way at one time in earth,” also found in the Willamette First cost....................$0.540
R ena A nderbon , 1 res.
The Portland Light & Power Co.
This ie common on the stage, but has just installed a pulmoter life
E dna M inard , S e c ._____ utter disregard of the true facts it the county. There were 75 men at valley.
Upkeep for 10 year
The great factor in favor of using
O K EEL KLUB—A business men’s has been the policy ot some to make work building the railroad when
0.260 in the pictures we are used to see saving machine similar to the one
social organisation. Hall in Laird s
material in place of cement
ing an attractive young girl look which the Oregon Power Co. has
Total per square
building, Second street.
A. J. S h e r w o o d . Pres.
In the first place the opposition Brookings informed him there is the cost of the cement saved; but
$0.955 like an attractive young girl, and kept in Marshfield for some months.
F red S lagle , Sec.
states that the O. K . Creamery will would be twice as many the next the cost of transportation of the
“ This indicates saving of 6 6 per not like the hero's grandmother.
The Portland Journal says that
cement is also an important item.
/CO M M ERCIA L CLUB—J. E. N orton not run this season?
The Edison picture of Martin
yard in favor of the concrete
rabbits have destroyed many
O President; J. C. S avage , Secretary
hear them say that the present
The company is* receiving ship The cost of cement in Eugene in type over macadam, or ' $845 per chuzzlet, at the scenic was another trees in Polk county orchards this
manager has bought the interest of ments of building material and rail
mile of 15-foot road. If cement treat, and tbe splendid Edison com- winter by “ pealing” the bark,
Allowing for a three-mile haul lrom were used without blending, the pany presented it in a manner adove
RAINS—Leave, south bound 9:00 a. F. B. H. & Co. and will operate road supplies weekly from Califor
which is undoubtedly worse than
m. and 3:00 p. m. North bound the plant upon his own accord? nia and the logging road is already the railroad to road plant the cost saving would tie wiped out; but criticism.
i0:40 a. m. und 4 ;40 p. m.
Again they say F\ B. H. & Co. has built for a distance of nearly a mile. rises to $5.48 a barrel. Figuring even then the concrete road could
^be Kay Bee Co. feature picture,
Judge Calkins of the circuit court
OATS—Six boats plying on the Co
at this cost for cement, the cost
for ‘ still compete with macadam road. | “The invaders,” was still another
quille river afford ample accommo
has appointed Dr. J. F. Reddy re
dation for carrying freight and passen again we hear them say it is a com work building homes for the em
b r e a d a n d b u t t e r q u e s t io n
ceiver for the Old Channel Mining
gers to Bandon and way points. Boats mission firm. All this we will an ployes, commissaries for the woik- Cement, .53 o f barrel, at $2.48
house will soon present Helen
“ This is not a matter of pleasure
leave at 7 :30, 8 :30, 9:20 and 9 :30 a. m.
company, which holds one of the
Total cost o f blending......................... 38
swer in one sentence. MRS. FRED men, barns for tbe horses and the
and at 1:00, 3 :30 and 4 -.45 p. m._______
vehicles and picnic parties. It is
most extensive placer mines of the
Helen is a good actress and “ a
Cost o f blend, per barrel
o T A G E - -J . L. Laird, proprietor. De- B. H A IG H T (not a commission streets are being graded for the new
an issue of bread and butter.
— parts 5:30 p. m. for llost-burg via firm) W IL L O PE R A TE T H E O .K . town which is to be called Brook
fine figure of a woman,” and ought
Many millons of dollars in mud
Myrtle Point, carrying the United Slates
A bank to be known as the bank
to make a ravishing Cleopatra.
mail and pasengers.
__________ _ C R E A M E R Y (through the present ings.
taxes— the cost of 10 to 39 cents per
Picture fans are looking for the of Shedd will be established at
t y OSTOFFICE.—A. F. Linegar, i>ost-
The use of substances similar to ton mile lor hauling is a mud tax next instatmeut of “ what Happened Shedd, in Linn county, articles of
1 master. The mails close as follows: ISE A L L OF T H E PATRONS there at present is hazardous and
“ puzzolan” is not new. Los An which makes the tariff a joke in to Mary,” in which the charming incorporation having been filed in
Myrtle Point 8 :40 a. m. and 2:35 p. m.
A SQ UARE D E A L
much different from that employed
Marshfield 10:15 a. m. and 4:15 p. m.
geles used a volcanic substance comparsion-are coming cither out and talented Mary Fuller plays tbe the county clerk's office Friday.
If you will take the trouble to en along the coast in other sections.
Bandon and way points, Norway ami
“ tufa” in the construction of people’s mouths or pay too much title role.
Arago 12:45 p. m. Eastern mail 5:15 quire among the O. K . patrons of
Tbe bank will have a capital stock
The steamer Southwest comes
p. m. Eastern mail arrives 7 :45 a. m.
of its great 250-mile concrete aque fot it. Good roads will lift this “The Commuter’s Cat” was the of $15,000.
last season you will satisfy your regularly and stands off the high
duct in which 1,500,000 barrels of mud tax, will lower the high cost best comedy that has shown in the
selves as to the fact that every one bluffs. A cable line is run from the
The interior department has
C ity and County Officers
cement was used, or enough for of living more than any factor last week, and John Bunny, as
did receive a square deal.
deck, to a high point ashore, and
to open 129,000 acres of land
r500 miles of 15-foot concrete road
Mavor .............»................A. T. Morrison
“Michael O’Shane” took the banner in Wallowa county for settlement
We care not how much opposi the freight is transported ashore
R ecord er.............................J. 8. Lawrence
The German government, after pro-
for the week before.
Treasurer................................ R. H. Mast tion is in the field, but we would along the cable.
under the enlarged homestead act
L. A. Liljeqvist like the facts in the case stated. while slow, has been found to work hiblting similar blends for several Community existnece will be pos-
George Alexson has again taken on March 20. This permits the
Engineer........................P. M. Hall-Lewis
years has very recently permitted sible without having the people charge of the projecting machine at
Marshal.............................. C. A. Evernden Has not any individual the right to very satisfactorily. It is the inten
homesteading ol 320 acres of desert
their use on concrete construction, huddle together with an ever in the Royal Theater, since Charley
John Hurley come into your community and do
tion of the company to run its rail
land by one person.
Water Superintendent H. V. Epperson
following elaborated tests. The itn- j creasing tendency of the population
Hart drew out to go to Marshfield.
Fire Chief.........................Walter Oerding business in an honest way? It does road along the bluff, and then load
portant consideration for Oregon is j toward cities
The jury in the Circuit court at
Councilmen —D. D. Pierce. C. T. Skeels seem that outside capital should be
ing and unloading will be done from
In view of the already rapid
W. C. Laird, G. O. Leach, W . H. Ly
Roseburg, filed a verdict of guilty
that the proper substances have
Bold Buck’s Bluff
ons, Leo J. Cary. Regular meetings welcomed. It makes the products a wharf.
against Joseph Micelli, mayor of
been found to exist in large quan destruction of many well built
first and third Mondays each month. of your ranches higher and en
Mr. Brookings is bringing a
tities all over the state; and further
Thursday afternoon a big buck Roseburg, he being charged with
hances the ranch value. The op number of his employes to Curry
Justice of the Peace
J. J. Stanley
more analysis shows that Oregon’s view of the universal conclusion wandered down into County Clerk selling standard E>eer in August,
Constable .........................Ned C. Kelley position is nothing more or less county and these are being taken
supply is of a very high quality, an that macadam is not adaped to mod Staunard’s premises took a look 1911, two months before his elec
than a joint stock company, and care of at first, but other Curry
ern traffic such as motor trucks,
tion, when he was manager of the
John T. Hall why should they be so ill at ease if county men, from Gold Beach and improvement on the concrete rather
over the town noted tbe various
road tractor and mechanical haul
Roseburg Brewing & Ice company.
Commissioners—W. T. Dement, Geo. J.
than an adulteration.
improvements and calmly made bis
another company of practically the Wedderburn, have gone to the
age generally and in view of the
m a c a d a m is o u t o f d a t e
James Watson same nature does business in your Chetco and all who desire employ
Oregon should be cutting more
J- W . Gage county. They are the same as ment are being supplied.
Macadam pavement is rapidly fact that such traiffic will in all prob- He was perfectly safe and seemed than 6,000,000,000 feet of lumtier
Treasurer ......................T. M. Dimmick
falling into disfavor all over tbe ablity be the prevailing traffic with
.............................. T. J. Thrift storks among geese and why not
Mr. Woodward brought back country. Tbe state of New York in a few years I believe that any large fully aware of lact, though there each year by 1916, and bringing in
Raymond E. Baker
with him a number of photographs has spent millions of dollars upon expenditure would lie unwise and were trigger fingers that instinctive or creating here through this in
A. N. Gould they be tried and condemned.
F. E. Wilaon
ly crooked and mental observation dustry from $90,000,000 to $100,•
We are sure that there is plenty of the vessels unloading and the
macadam roads; but a few months result only in bitter dissapointment.
....Dr. Walter Culin
to the effect that he wouldn’t dare 000,000 a year. The industry then
of business here for all, and we sky-line that is used in landing the
that in August. —Gold Beach should give employment to 65,000
t h a n k the many people who have supplies. Mr. Brookings stated the
or 70,000 men, said F. G. Donald
Carpenters are at work complet Globe.
Eieen loyal and who intend to re- company will spend a million and a a
CURRY COUNTY CULLINGS
Societies will get the very best
son, manager of the traffic depart
ing the inside work of t h e upper
main our true friends— “ honesty is j half before they start to sawing
(From the Port Orford Tribune)
A bargain in Coquille property-
lumber, which means, probably,
The shingle mill is running stead- floor in i e co
P R IN T IN G
both improved and unimproved. ment of the West Coast Lumber
The Norma will haul the cream there will E>e no sawing before some: 'ly, filling an order for half a mil- Beach.
|Call on W. K. Cleghorn, at Drane’s j Manufacturers’ Association, in a
at the office o f Coquille Herald
fvA H l
" llQ Q
talk at Portland.
County Treasurer J a s . C a u g h e l l , s t o r e ,
for ■ A our
tbe Y lower
river a time
A Washington dispatch say
The personnel of President Wilson’s
cabinet as partially made known
last night by information reaching
Congressional quarters, stood today
practically utichanged, namely:
Secretary of State— William J
Bryan, of Nebraska?
Secretary of the Treasury— Wil
liam G. McAdoo, of New York.
Secretary of the Navy— Josephus
Daniels, of North Carolina.
Postmaster-General— Albert Sid
ney Burleson, of Texas.
NOTES ON THE PHOTOPLAYS
DEVELOPMENT*IN CURRY CO.