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flT h e Herald, the old c iu b -
lished reliable newspaper of
the Cotjuille Valley in which
an ‘ ‘ad" always brings results
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Fraternal and Benevolent Orders
P. A A. M. — Regular meeting ot
. Chadwick Lodge No. 08 A. F. & A.
M.. at Masonic Hall, every Saturday
night in each month on or before the
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SYNOPSIS OF EX TEN SIVE IMPROVEMENTS II. OF 0. FACIILTV NOT REACTIONARY MORE SCHOOL CONTROVERSY OREGON NEWS
DRIEFLY U R
Being Made at Plant of the
Claims that HU Charges Are
Coquille M. & M. Co.
Admitted by Opponents
Member Defends Himself and Colleagues against Charge
of Being Political Stand-Patters
Probably few people here are a
ware of the extent of the changes
‘‘ An open confession is good for
and partly direct, they have discov
and improvements that are going on Editor Herald,
E. S.—Réguler meeting of Beulah
the soul,” and brothers Mast and
ered the true solution of the problem
. Chapter No. 0, second itnd fourth
at the plant of the Coquille Mill k
Sanford, realizing that fact, have
Friday evenings of each month, in Ma
of self-government in our American
Condensed for the Quick As
made the confession. It is true they Transpiring in Oregon Boiled
E va B a h h o w , W . M
My attention has just been called states.”
try to drag in hrotheis Oerding and
similation of Busy Men and frour. These improvements, when
J obkhiiine ( i. P kopi . c s , Sec.
Down to Least Number of
The article also says, speaking of Stanley to help them beat the bur
completed, will increase the capacity to a letter printed in your “ Open
Women— General Round-
Lines and Yet Make the
O. O. F.—Coquille Lodge No. 53, l. O.
of the mill to 50,000 a day and Forum,” July 8th, bearing upon the first trial of the primary election den, hut I made no mention of them
. O. F., meet» every Saturday night
law, April, 1906: ‘ ‘To a remark in my article. This only proves,
make it one of the best small mills
n Odd Fellow» Hall.
C . H . C i . kavkk , N. G .
in the county
however, the old adage that “ mis
J . 8 . I.AWHKNUK, Sec.
East Portland is to have an incin
A peace agreement between the
Two new boilers, a new engine seen your editorial, which contains j who have shown undue subjection ery loves company.”
aniif . k e b e k a h l o d g e , N o . 20 Balkan sijtfes has been reached.
plant for the disposal of its
to private or corporate interests
and a band resaw are the three main
I. O. O. K„ meets every second and
Black«toqc, Kent,, Anson on con garabge.
fourth Wednesday nights in Odd Fellow»
Charles Henry Cramp, former features of the new equipment that on some of the points touched in were eliminated while the great
tracts, Parsons on Contracts, Bish
E mily H k b h iy , N. G,
head of the Cramp shipbuilding firm is being installed. The boilers are the letter. Under ordinary circum parties vied with each other to bring
The Columbia salmon pack will
A nn ie L a wre nc e , Sec.
op on Contracts. Benjamin on Sales,
about 30 per cent smaller than
rsOQUILLE ENCAMPMENT, No. 25
Tiedeman on Sales, Burdick on Sales
Vo I. o . O. F., meets the lirstand third
Shipping traffic on the Great already in use and the brick work to statements such as Mr. Easton could trust. The measure of suc and every other reliable authority last year,
Thursday nights in Odd Fellows Hall.
Lakes is nearly tied up, by strikes is being placed around them. makes in his letter, especially in cess attained is partly illustrated by on contracts and sales, all laydown
J. 8. B arton , C. P.
W. S. Duniway, state printer,
J. S . L awkencb , Sec.
of dock workers.
These will also furnish steam for view of what you say in the editor the disgust with present conditions the unqualified legal proposition died at Portland last Tuesday, after
n i g h t s o f p y t h i a s .—Lycurgus
Serious rioting at Cawnpore. In the electric plant of the Oregon ial. But I feel that the people of manifested by the beneficiaries of that, where one party makes an ab a short illness.
Lodge No. 72, meets Tuesday nights dia followed the demolition of a Power Co., which will be moved Coquille, among whom I spent such he old system. Bosses out of a job,
solute offer of purchase or sale, and
in W. 0. W. Hall.
Portland’s new fire boat has
portion of a mosque for street im from its present location, and the a delightful day last April, and to corruptionists balked of their prey, another party makes an absolute
R. R. W atso n , K R. S.
a sucess at bucking when
O. A. M inton YK, C. C.
engine for which is already in posi
acceptance of that offer, it consti ever there is a fire.
ing on that occasion, have a right erable number of respectable citizens
YTHIAN S I S T E R S — Justus Temple
tutes a binding contract, and either
Seven thousand women employed
No. 35, meets first and Third Mon
The Dallas Itemizer says it is re
Another 12x24 inch engine is be to hear a word from a member of apprenticed to time honored politi party is liable in damages if they
in East Side knitting mills in New
day nights in W. O. W. Hall.
Mss. G eorge D a v i s , M. E. C. York have struck for shorter hours ing placed on a solid cement foun the University faculty on some of cal methods are invoking curse on refuse to perform their part of the liably informed that that the Valley
M rs . F red L ine ua r , K. of R.
& Siletz railway will be built to
the primary law. But the plain
ation. This will take part of the the points touched in this letter.
and better pay.
Hoskins by Christmas.
Your correspondent thinks that man whose place has always been
load from the main engine and take
Now Keeler Bros made an abso
President Wilson has nominated
0. R. M., meets every Friday night
he has proof of the culpability of in the ran ks-who has been a mere
Estimates of the apple crop of
in W. 0 . W. Hall.
lute offer to purchase the said school
Paul Samuel Reinsch of the Univer
J. S. B arton , Sachem.
the state have been reduced about
in use. A new elevator has recent the state University and its faculty ‘ ‘voter” with only a minimum of
bonds at a certain price which
sity ot Wisconsin for the post of
A. P. M ill e r . C. of R.
25 per cent on account of heavy
ly been placed in Operation, taking in the assumed fact that all of these political influence, wears a pleased
amounted to par value as the law
W. A.—Regular meetings of Bea-
dropping, blight and dry rot.
the sawdust and shavings from the people are reactionaries in politics. expression and cheers that political
• ver Camp No. 10.550 in M. W. A.
Miss Ava Milner has become trimmers, planers etc. and convey He says, ” 1 would like to have leader, no matter what his party requires.
The largest salmon ever caught
Hall, Front street, first and third Sat-
The school board made an abso
of Marshall county, Okla ing them to the fire room.
some one show me where the facul affiliations, who declares on the
urdavB in each month.
Alaskan waters, weighing 113
lute and unqualified acceptance of
M. O. H a w k in s . Consul.
homa, and is the only woman in the
Another recent improvement ol ty or any member thereof have stood stump that .‘ the primary election
without the head, came to
R. B. R og er s , V. 0.
that offer, as is shown by their pub
United States to collect taxes.
N ed 0. K e l l e y , Clerk.
which the company has a right to for political progress, that is an ad system has come to stay.’ ”
the Seward cannery recently.
I think these quotations will clear
A report has reached the state be proud is the dry shed, built this vance in government for the good
N. A.—Regular meeting of Laurel
The electric plant at Burns is op
• Camp No. 2972 at M. W. A. Hall, department at Washington to the summer. This is 100 by 24 feet in of the state. The forward steps ly establish the progressive charac This constitutes an absolute, bind
two forenoons of each week
Front street, second and fourth Tues
ing sale of the bonds to Keeler
effect that Great Britain content size, open on the side with a wide have been taken, but they have been ter of the article in question. More
day nights in each month.
convenience of housewives
M a r y K er n , Oracle.
over, the same writer has an article
plates establishing a great naval overhang to the roof and facing the taken in spite of them.”
who wish to do their ironing.
E dna K e l l e y , Rec.
Now, it is on this point that I on Oregon in a forthcoming ency
base in the Bermuda islands.
north. It is high enough to take
But in their article in the Senti
By a blunder of the last legisla
W.—Myrtle Camp No. 197.
The Pennsylvania Railraod con lumber standing on end up to a wish to correct Mr. Easton's misap clopedia of politics, which, though
meets every Wednesday at 7:30
nel they say this was only a “ tenta ture. there ia now no law for send
p. Mi. at W. O. W. Hall.
cludes, after investigation, that 75 length of 26 feet. Here the fine
ing boys of the age ot 17 to either
tive” offer. Let us see if it was.
Lee Currie, C. C.
per cent of the railroad accidents finishing lumber etc. is stood on end laboring under a misapprehension within three or tour weeks, breathes
J ohn L kn e v e , Sec.
In the first place it was an abso the reform school or the penitentiary
could be prevented if the employees so that the air circulates entirely
j^VENINGTIDE CIRCLE No. 214,
A 650 pound sealion, which had
Let me sav sympathy with the Oregon System lute. binding contract of sale as
meets second and fourth Monday would exercise "special caution.” around it. The sun cannot reach it, ate purpose to deceive
been blinded by a shot, invaded the
then, that so far from the mem of politics, while suggesting certain above stated.
nights in W. O. W. Hall.
A leopard which had escaped
O ra X. M a u r y , G. N.
In the second place "tentative” streets of Newport one day last week
bers of the Universiy faculty being safe-guards which must be thrown
M a r y A. P ierce , Clerk.
from a circus attacked the two child seasons it periecrly even in rainy
means “ experimental.”
and was finally killed with an axe.
ARMERS UNION.— Regular meet ren of William Wageman at his weather. At the east end ol the
Now what were they experiment
The Prineville Journal Eioasts of
ings second and fourth Saturdays in farmhouse near Red Lake Palls, shed is a system of large racks for sign them, the fact is that they have may lie used honestly rather than
ing with, the funds of the district? a long strawberry season enjoyed
eacli month in W. O. W. Hall.
generally stood for sane and whole corruptly,
F ra n k B u rkh old er , Pres.
It may tie said that the writer in Or with Keeler Bros ? How was by the people of that town, it cover
O. A. M inton yk , Sec.
ings, etc., and at the west end is a some political progress, as can be
a Scotch collie.
the district to derive any benefit ing a period from April until this
rack tor mouldiugs and a dry room amply demonstrated from the lec question is only one member of the
r a t e r n a l a i d n o . 398, meet» the
New York, in the National, Phil
from the experiment? Under the month.
second and fourth Thursdays each
for doors, windows, etc
adelphia, in the American, and take
month at W. O. W. Hall.
To take one or two illustrations! tion to election returns and similar terms of the contract the district
Leading Chinese of Astoria have
All theSe additions and improve
M bs . CnAS. E v l a n d , Pres.
In the August, 1906, number of the authentic proofs of sentiment will stood to meet a certain loss. My arranged to open a school for small
Mas. L ora H arrington , Sec.
the opinion of A. G. Spalding,
dear friends, your contract and
Chinese children, to teach them to
way as to interfere as little as possi American Review of Reviews, a reveal the fact that this particular
explanation of it wont stand
Educational Organizations and Clubs baseball’s step-father, regarding the
read, write and speak their own
ble with the operation of the plant, member of the University faculty member of the faculty is merely
~ OQ U I L L E E D U C A T I O N A L
published an article entitled "O re representative of the entire faculty. logical analysis. Because your "ten language.
LEAGUE—Meets monthly at the
Clad only in his pajamas, Medill time has been found necessary. gon as a Political Experiment Sta To a remarkable degree the faculty tative”
High School Building during the school
Ashland’s old city hall will be
year for the purpose ol discussing edu McCormic, of Chicago, fell off a Since Aasen Brothers have opened tion ” In this article the people of of the University of Oregon is a stood to lose the district at least
over into an imposing build
train at Syracuse, N. Y. and came their camp near town there is no the United States were given for unit in favor of progressive leg isla- j ^I 9 °° ' n ten Years’ an^ a probable ing, modern in architecture and
R kna A nd er son , Pies.
E dna M ina ko , Sec-
to himself in the police station. He tronble over scarcity of logs, and the first time a clear, definite, and tion, of educational progress, of so-1 loss of ^600 if the bonds run twen- convenience, if plans now afoot are
O KEEL KLUB—A business nie.i's had been dining with the president the timber now being put in will sympathetic account of the political cial and economic development ty years.
social organizatioD. Hali in Laird’ s
Brother taxpayer how do you
of the Pullman company.
last lor several years, so that the experiment which had been carried along the most approved lines. As
building, Second street.
The residence of C. G. Long at
A. J. S herwood , Pies.
The interstate commerce commis steady operation of the mill can be out in the state of Oregon under evidence, attention may lie called to
Independence, which was destroyed
F red S la gle , See.
sion has ordered sweeping reduc depended on. While this mill has the leadership of men like Mr. U’ren the bulletins published by various menta') contract?
The gentlemen say no bonds of by fire last week, js said to have
and it was immediately after the members of the faculty, such as the
President; J. C. S a v a g e , Secretary tions in express rates for parcels all not been a large affair, its steady
been the first lath and plaster house
over the country. The cut will operation has meant a great deal to publicaton of this article that people bulletin on tax reform, the bulletins the district were contracted and in Polk county.
sold to Keeler Bros., but their con
range from 10 to 60 per cent and the town, as it has given practically in other states began to talk about on the Economics of Good Roads,
Astoria's new playground for
continuous employment to about 32 the “ Oregon System” and to under bulletins on reforms in education, tract shows positively that the children having become a nocturnal
'RAIN S—Leave, south bound 9:00 a. will become effective October 15.
m. and 3:00 p. m. North bound
men, who make their homes here,
resort for grown-ups, who some
i0:40 a. m. and 4 ;40 p. m.
At the American Osteopathic con-
and its payroll is quite a factor in tions of that system, particularly and many others. All that the Keeler Bros., if the people voted
times become boisterous, the space
OATS—Six boats plying on the C o vention held in Kirksville, Mo.,
University asks of the citizens of
quille river afford ample accommo the statement was made that tuber the business of the town.
will be enclosed and locked up at
dation lor carrying freight and passen
Mr. Pierce says that the main
gers to Bandon and way points. Boats culosis in its earlier stages, may be
The conclusion of the article in ques take to condemn its efforts and to resulted unfavorably, and said offer
t eave at 7 :30, 8 :30, 9 :20 and 9 :C0 a. m. cured by manipulation of certain aim in arranging the output of the
On the premises of R. H. Parsons
cast aspersions upon the character and acceptance became null and
and at 1:00, 3 :30 and 4 :45 p. m.
plant is to care for the needs of the tion is as follows:
portions of the spinal column with
at Creswell, a well drill at the depth
local building trade, and they endea
TAGE—J. L. Laird, proprietor. De the bands.
of 94 feet pierced a cedar log which,
parts 5:30 p. m. for Kieeburg via
vor at all times to supply all the the Oregon people a genuine joy in should undertake to secure definite I tract of sale ever existed as they
Myrtle Point, carrying the United Slates
by the appearance of frag
needs of their local customers. This the discovery of their political ca
mail and ; asengers.
Stock Company Coming
ments pumped up, was in excellent
is a point that should be appreciat
OSTOFF10E.—A. F. Linegar, post
master. The mails close as follows:
ed, for in some parts ot the county ment is good, but there is an exhil- not satisfy the intelligent citizenry My old arithmetic taught, that
Myrtle Point 8:40 a. m. and 2:35 p. m.
Such has been the Increase in
What promises to be one o f the the large plants pay almost exclu
Marshfield 10:15 a. m. and 4:15 p. in.
traffic between Condon
Bandon and way points, Norway and
sive attention to their shipping
Arago 12:45 p. in. Eastern mail 4:45 had in Coquille for some time will
ened, the intelligence is quickened, ments based upon a lack of informa- a* fault, and your explanation and Fossil that it now keeps two
a. m. Eastern mail arrives 10: a. m.
seven-passenger autos busy, with a
open at the SceDic next M onday people to get the'r needs supplied the moral susceptibilities are arous tton.
horse-drawn wagon for the baggage.
City and County Officers
The attraction is the Manion-Claman With the improvement; now being vinced that in the double form of
JOSEPH SC H A FE R I How many elections can tie held, or Three years ago one stage coach
Mayor.............................. A. T. Morrison
must be held under this contract did all there was to do.
Recorder........................ J. 8. Lawrence Players, a company of ten people, made, the company will be still bet government partly representative Eugene, Or., Aug. 2, 1913.
with Keelei Bros.? The contract
Treasurer..............................tR. H. Mast which has been in California for the
ter able to give the good service
City Attorney................L. A. Liljeqvist
provides as follows: “ Prior to the
Engineer ....... ........... P. M. Hall-Lewis past year nnd has juat closed a suc which is their ambition.
Much Travel on Auto Line
Has Had Enough
delivery of the bonds to us it is un
Marshal......................... C. A. Evernden cessful engagement at the Masonic
J. Homer Fritch, the San Fran
Night Marshal................... John Hurley
derstood that you are to call and
Only Two Faucets
Water Superintendent S. V. Epperson opera house in Marshfield.
J. L. Laird, proprietor of the
The editor of the Fort Orford hold such elections as may be neces cisco steamboat man, left this week
Fire Chiei.......................Walter Oerding
The opening play will be the four-
Marshfield-Roseburg Auto line, says Tribuue laments the loss of a valu
Councilmen—D. D. Pierce, C. T. Skeels
sary to authorize the issuance of on his return to California. Mr.
(Port Orford Tribune)
W. C. Laird, G. O. Leach, W. H. Ly act comedy drams, "The False Con
that he is now transporting passen able horse which he had owned for
Fritch, while on the bay, talked
ons, Leo J. Cary. Regular meetings fession,” with special scenery, elab
While looking over A J. Marsh’s gers between here and Rosehurg
with a number of our business men
nine years, and tells of another pet
first and third Mondays each month.
orate costumes and an excellent cast herd of fine milch cows a few days with greater speed and comfort than
horse which passed over the divide must tail to carry before the obliga on a plan that he has to put a 21-
Justice of the Peace......... J. J. Stanley of characters. Each night a differ ago, the attention of the writer was ever before. He is pleased with his greatly to his sorrow. He has evi
tion ceases and the contract be knot boat, with accommodations
Constable......................... Ned C. Kelley ent play will be presented. Advance called to one of the young Jersey
new move of running his autos dently had enough oi fixing hie af
comes a dead letter? Please note tor 250 passengers, on the San
seat sale at Fuhrmnn's Pharmacy.
cows upon which a freak ot nature through to Marshfield and says he
fections on mortal companions, and ,h ” the contract says; to call and Francisco-Poitland route, calling at
The Msnion-Clanian Players are has played a peculiar prank.
The has all the passengers from that
Commissioners—W. T. Dement, (ìeo. J.
ends up as f Hows; "And now if hold such elections as may be NEC this port and Eureka. Better
presenting their performances in a cow has but two teats that bang point he can carry. He puta them
each subscriber to the Trihuoe will E SS A R Y to AUTHORIRE the IS- steamboat service to San Francisco
.........W. W. Gage novel manner. They are working from the middle of the udder, yet through, outbound, in about 8 hours just come through with a dollar and
U A N CE ol said bonds. How many is what Coos county is in need of,
Treasurer............... ..... T. M. Dimmick under the auspices of the leading despite this fact she gives fully as
catchiDg the 1:20 train for Portland. a half we will have the price of an
T. J. Thrift
elections may lie N ECESSAR Y to and any effort along these lines
School Supt........... Raymond E. Baker local merchants who are giving tick much milk as the average Jersey Coming in a little more time is automobile, and then if we smash
should receive the hearty encour
A. N. Gould ets to their customers with their pur cow. When the animal was young
agement of all well wishers of this
Coroner . *
They further state iu the Sentinel;
... Dr. Walter Culin chases. With these tickets and 25 Mr. Marsh thought that as soon as las county surveyors are laying out will be no sentiment attached to it-—
section. Forty years ago Coos Bay
"should a lietter offer have been
cents the best seat in the she was grown he would turn her a new line for a road through the
the ioss will all he financial.”
made for said bonds,the same would enjoyed better steamboat service,
house may be procured. One hun- off for beef, but he not only prizes canyon, which will give a better
so far as travel is concerned, with
Societies will get the very best
Rol Anderson is now able to he have been sold under the Eietter
| dred and fifty of these merchants' her now as an oddity but as one ol grade.
San Francisco, than it does today.
about the streets of Bandon, having offer, provided, however, that the
tickets are admitted absolutely free his best buttermakers as well, Mr.
P R I N T I N G
every night. The admission without Marsh is milking over fifty cows,
Get your butter wrappers at the walked to a photograph gallery last
at the office o f Coquille Herald
(Continued on page two)
Thursday and had his picture t iken.
merchants' tickets is 75 oenl*.
j about four-fifths of which are Jersey. Herald office.
Have you paid the printer?
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