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CJThe Herald, the o ld eatab-
lished reliable newspaper of
the Coquille Valley in which
an “ ad always brings results.
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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 ,
N O . 22
Fraiertul and Bendbolent Orders
W ork of the Oregon
Social Hygiene Society
F E B R U A R Y 24
Seventh Day Adventist
Conference This W eek
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Coquille Needs More
Houses fo r Newcomers
The Southern Oregon Conference
This city of ours is growing ev
This Society was organized in
of Seventh-day Adventists will be
ery day in population and many
1911 as a local society in Portland
new homes were built during the
well represented at the biennial
by a representative group of its
year of 1913, but this year finds us
session of the North Pacific Union
leading citizens who felt that some
Conference of that denomination,
with not enough houses to accotn-
systematic effort shoulJ be made to
E. 8.— Regular meeting of Beulah
mudate the number of people who
which will be held at College Place
combat the spread of the so-called
. Chapter No. 6, second and fourth
wish to make Coquille their home.
Furthermore, it Dr. W a lter Culin, County Wash., February 25 to March 8
Friday evenings of each month, in Ma Condensed for the Quick A s social diseases.
Transpiring in Oregon Boiled
This fact was drawn forcibly to our
Elder F. S. Bunch, ol Roseburg,
felt that no better means of attack
M aby A. P ibrck , W . M.
Reports piesident, will head ibe delegation
similation of Busy Men and
Down to Least Number of attention during rn interview with
could be employed than to acquaint
A nna L awrence Sec.,
Eighteen Births and Five Irom Ibis conference, which will be
W om en —General Round the public with the seriousness and
Lines and Yet M ake the W. C. Laird, the owner of one of
0 . O. F.—Coquille Lodge No. 53,1. O-
the large house furnishing estab
. O. F., meets every Saturday night
lishments of this city. Mr. Laird
clergymen and Bible teachers in its
n Odd Fellows Hall.
substitute in place ot prudishness,
C. H. C l k a v k s , N. G.
That Coos County is continually employ. Among others who will
Our trade with Canada last year ignorance,
Astoria is planning a board of says a stranger came to him a few
J. 8. L awrrncr , Sec.
exceeded that with Germany.
growing in population is evidenced attend are T. G. Bunch, L A Gib censorship for moving pictures.
days ago to whom he could have
a m i e r e b e k a h l o d g e . No . 20
Germany hu.- n.ide an appropria decent and wholesome information by the following Vital elRtistice, the son, R. W. Airey; C. J. Cok., and
sold $300 worth of hor-ehold goods
I . O O. 1 , meets «very second and
fourth Wednesday nights in Odd Fellows tion of $50,000 for the Olympic about its true nature. Sane and births fnr exceeding the deaths. Lowell 1 upper.
if a suitable house could have heen
Among the cities
at Salem will be dedicated next
E mily H krsr y , N. G,
games of 1916.
available, but none could be found,
careful methods of procedure pur Three of the deaths occurred at ad that will be represented are Rose Friday.
A nnik L aw rrncr , Sec.
therefore the party bad to get rooms
sued in a thoroughgoing way
/-«O Q U ILL E ENCAMPMENT, No. 25
The Portland vagrancy ordinance in the home of relatives until they
Marshfield and other places.
Ky I. 0 . O. F., meets the first and third posed president of Peru, has been brought about good results immedi the 96tb milestone.
Thursday nights in Odd Fellows Hall.
The record is as follows:
Clergymen and Bible teachers has been upheld by the Oregjn Su could make arrangements for build
sent into exile.
1. 8. B arton , C. P.
BIRTH S FOR JANUARY
ing a home of their own. This is
J. S . L awrrncr , Sec.
the conference! in Montana, preme Court.
The Society owes its origin and
A severe earthquake shock visit
Western Oregon, Idaho, and Wash
Tom Word is candidate to suc only one of many instances which
n i g h t s o f p y t h i a s .—L ycurgus ed Nevada last Wednesday, doing continued existence 1911-12 to the
Lodge No. 72, meets Tuesday nights
ington, which with Southern Ore ceed himself as sheriff ot Multno Mr. Laird has experienced.
generosity of large and small givers Marshfield, a eon.
in W. O. W. Hall.
With the growth of the city and
comprise the North Pacific mah county.
R. R. W a tso n , K R. 8.
Official denial has been made of
Cracken. Rock Creek, a eon.
O. A. M i nto ny r , C. C.
people coming in all the time,
a report that Miss Margaret Wilson, er amounts to $500 in a single
Three out of 236 accidents occur
2— To the wife of Sherman Cut- the session. The visiting clergy
it is very necessary to have a place
n Y T H I A N SISTERS—Justus Temple daughter ol the president, was en pledge.
The.first year’s budget
l No. 35, meets first and Third Mon
lip, Coos Co., a daughter.
to put them, that they need not be
men will include Elders I. H. January were fatal.
showed subscriptions to the amount
day nights in W. O. W. Hall.
4— To the wife of John Carl, Evans, president of the Noith Am
come disheartened by a continual
M eb . G k o r g e D avih , M. E. u .
Silas Cbristofferson last week of $5,963 50; the second year’s $6,- Arago, a son.
Farmers and stock men about search for a comfortable domicile.
M rs . F xiei ) L i nro ar , K. of R.
erican Division Conference; G B.
the long flight from San 912 50. Membership fees for the
9— To the wife of G. E. Dietz, Thompson, secretary of the North Heppner report au ideal winter for
M. J. Hartson of the Coquille
ElT MEN—Coouille Trilie No, 4*6, 1.
O. R. M., meets every Friday night Francisco to San Diego in an aero first year totaled $489.85, for the Myrtle Po nt, a son.
their business, so far.
Furniture Company says that many
In W. O. W . Hall.
10— To the wife of Geo. Krits, W. Eastman, head of the publish
J. 8. B a r t o n , Sachem.
Ashland is starting a "Southern families come to him every month
In 1913, the Slate Legislature
A. P. M illrb , C. of R.
Two Portland men are in Hawaii
Myrtle Point, a b o d .
State Normal School re saying they will buy household
appropriated $10,000 a year for two
W. A.— Regular meetings of Bea- looking into the possibilities ot es
15— To the wife of Thomas Her Meade MacGuire, field secretary of opening" campaign.
outfits from him it they can get a
• ver Camp No. 10.550 in M. W . A. tablishing a Portland-Hawaii steam
house, but in most of these cases
Hall, Front street, first and third Sat
paign of education. While $16,000
Out of 37 applicants for final cit
16 —To the wife of A. T. Train, Volunteer Department. All of these
they return with the answer that
urdays in each month.
a year was and is needed to carry
izenship papers in Astoria recently
C. D. H udson , Consul.
Militant suffragettes are getting
they could find nothing, and forth
Myrtle Point, a daughter.
are Irom the world's headquarters only 14 were admitted.
Li, H. I r V inr , Clerk.
on the work throughout the State
near-sighted and have been horse
17— To the wife of E. C. Metlin, of the denomination in Washington,
with leave for Myrtle Point, Ban
with the same degree of efficiency
N. A .—Regular meeting of Laurel
Having decided to build a public don or some other nearby town.
D. C., with the exception of Elder
. Camp No. 2972 at M. W . A . Hail, whipping the wrong parties, in as has been reached in the City of North Bend, a son.
Front street, second and fourth Tues London.
19— To the wife of Win. C. Mor
MacGuire, who comes from Love auditorium, Portland is having all
Portland, it is hoped that the pres
day nights in each month.
In the O ld Times
land, Colo. Elder C. W. Flaiz, of sorts of fun selecting a site.
M ar y K e r n , Oracle,
Society women in Washington, ent approprialion, together with gan, Coos River, a daughter.
E dna K e l l e y , Rec.
College Place, president of the
D. C., are trying to find some way private subscription, will enable the
Ashland’s two oldest banks, the
The following items of news from
hart, Dora, a son.
O. W .—Myrtle Camp No. 197, to get out from under the burden of
North Pacific Union Conference, United States National and the tbe Coquille appeared in the Coos
. meets every Wednesday at 7 :30
21— To the wife of Frank Miller, will have charge of the meetings.
First National, have consolidated. Bay News of Feb 16, 1881:
p. m. at W . O. W. Hall.
people of the State are to be con
Myrtle Point, a son.
Lee Currie, C. C.
gratulated that their Legislature
John Starr, a vagrant mandolin-
J ohn L rn e ve , Sec.
P. Wise is giving general satis
21— To the wife of L. M. Geluett, similar meetings scheduled in dif
Stevenson died of apoplexy at her has appreciated the importance of
ist, has been arrested at Klamath faction in the blacksmith line at
VENINGTIDE CIRCLE No. 214,
North Bend, a non.
ferent parts of the United States and Falls on suspicion of being a firebug.
Barbara last this educational work.
meets second and fourth Monday home near Santa
21— To the wife of M. L. Curry, Canada, and which will continue
nightB in W . O. W. Hall.
The influence of the Society’s
O ra X . M a u r y , G. N.
A petition has been started in
John Roberts has commenced the
Marshfield, a son.
until next May.
M a r y A. P ierce , Clerk.
The Secretary of the Interior has work in Portland has been felt all
22— To the wife of Nels Juster- from Washington, have attended all Portland to recall Mayor Albee and work of building a residence on his
ARM ERS UNION.— Regular meet announced that he will call for bids over the State, but the support now son, Bay Park, a daughter
the meetings thus far and it has commissioners Dieck and Brewster. farm near Norway.
ings second and fourth Saturdays in for the care of the insane of Alaska being given by the Legislature en
26— To the wife of Win. Nelson been planned for them to be present
T. Johnson has rented the Olive
each month in W. O. W. Hall.
Sales of flags for the first day of
tails the obligation of state-wide
for a period of five years.
F ra n k B u rkh old er , Pres.
Bay Park, a son.
at Coquille City, which he
0 . A. M i nt ony k , Sec.
Details have been arranged for work and enables the Society to
27— To the wife of W. R. Spade,
of last year two to one at Portland. has entirely renovated and refitted.
W ill Retain Them
r a t e r n a l a i d N o . 398, meets the the settlement of the Atlantic rate
Sumner, a daughter.
Several valuable improvements
Also during the first two years of
second and fourth Thursdays each war in which German steamship
A Columbia county man is alive
been lately made on the farm
month at W. O. W . Hall.
its organization,the Society has dis
Sweet Brothers gave an exhibi in tbe hospital after firing two bul
companies have been engaged.
M rs . C h a b . E v l a n d , Pres.
mond, Dean’s Mill, a son.
Dame near Coquille City.
M rs . L ora H arrington , Sec.
tion yesterday afternoon at tbe Nel lets into his head (Torn a 32 calibre
Iowa has a sterilization law, sim
DEATH S DURING JANUARY
John Flanagan desires to rent bis
culars. These circulars are graded as
ilar to the one which Oregon cranks
2— Bert A. Shover, Bandon, age
place opposite Y . M. Lowe’s, fjn
Educational Organizations and Clubs
follows, and may be had for distri
pounds of black sand brought from
tried to pnt over, and the would-be
Bob White quail and Chinese
6 years, 6 months, 29 days.
Coquille. It can be rented on
n P Q U I L U K E D U C A T I O N A L victims are fighting it in the courts.
3— Charles S. Smith, Coos County, the beach in their gold separator. pheasants from the Willamette val favorable terms.
C j LEAGUE—Meets monthly at the
ing Building, Portland, Oregon.
High School Building during the school
ley are being introduced into Klam
age 75 years, 4 months, 21 days.
The bones of the members of the
The last Justice’s Court law suit
year for the purpose ot discussing edu
machine was tested to find if it will ath county.
Circular N o.i— "W h y the World
at Coquille City was held in the
R ena A rd er so n , Pies.
wilds of Peru two years ago, have
86 years, 9 months, 10 days.
The Bank of North Powder, at Poor House. That’s right; they
Needs Instruction in Social Hy
E dna M inako , Sec.
been found by the Besley expedi
12— Beatrice S. Green, Riverton, ful of nuggets was placed in the Baker City, closed its doors last
might as well arrive first as last
machine and after tbe 1500 pounds
O K EEL KLDB—A business men’ s tion.
age 95 years.
week, but will probably lie reorgan
social organization. Hall in Laird’ s
Circular No. 2— "T h e Four Sex
Capt Thomas Floyd took charge
29—Clarence H. West, North
ized and reopened.
building, Second street.
A bill for the enfranchisement of Lies.”
utes they were taken from the de
of the tug Katie Cook last Saturday
A. J. S herwood . Pies.
women in the Union of South Afri
Twenty-six head of elk from the and as soon as the weather permits,
F red S l a g l e , Sec.
Circular No. 3— “ When and How
posits and returned to the owner,
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ca, which was introduced into the to Tell Children.”
game preserve are to be
OM M ERCIAL CLUB J. E. N orton
New Cure for Stomach Ache having all been retained.— The Re brought to Oregon to tie released in will tow in the vessel lying off the
President; J. C. S a v a g e , Secretary House of Assembly was defeated on
Circular No. 5— "List of Books
the first reading by 43 to 42.
the national forests.
for Use in the Family on Sex Edu
S. M. Crabill of the Los Angeles
Reed & Nelson, of Norway, have
Transportation fa cilities
Three officials of the Western cation.”
L. Granfill, a merchant of wheat for sale at one cent a pound.
Tlmes-Mirior is very fond of pigs’ No Personal Checks Taken
RAINS—Leave, south bound 9:00 a. Fuel Co. have been convicted of
Circular No. 18— How One Boy
Medford and a pioneer of the State It was a little damaged by tbe late
m. and 3:00 p. m. North bound
feet. A story is going the rounds
fraud at San Francisco, having was Intruded in Sex Matters and
dead of heart disease at highwater.but is good chicken feed.
t0:40 a. m. and 4:40 p. m.
to the effect that a short time ago,
flimflammed the government out of What Happened.’’ (Illustrated)
Eugene last Thursday.
OATS—Six boats plying on the Co
after eating a liberal portion of that To the Editor:
Gruby’s mill on the Coquille riv
quille river afford ample accommo some $21,000 by customs frauds.
Please permit me to say through
B. F. Jones, of Roseburg, has er commenced sawing last week.
succulent delicacy, he wae taken
dation lor carrying freight and passen
gers to Bandon and way points. Boats
with violent pains in his stomach the columns of your paper that per filed his declaration ol intention to The double turbine wheel lately
I eave at 7 :30, 8 :30, 9 :20 and 9 :30 a. m. entered her former palace in Hono With Girls About Their Health
of his friends who was present sons remitting their tax to the In become a candidate for Congress on purchased for the mill gives much
and at 1:00, 3 :30 and 4 :4 j p. nr.,
lulu for the first time since her de and Physical Development.”
rushed to a drug store and returned ternal Revenue office will please the Republican ticket in this dis satislactoin.
TAGE—J. L. Laird, proprietor. De position, 20 years ago, ihe occasion
For Young Women—
parts 5 :3 0 p. m. for Koscburg via
with a white powder, which was tiear in mind that the government trict.
The "Border Hotel,” at Myrtle
Circular No. 10— "Physical De
Myrtle Point,carrving the United Slates being the opening of a week’s car
in a glass of water and forbids me Irom accepting personal
is a first-class building and
mail and pasengere.
velopment, Marriage and Mother
gulped down by Mr. Crabill. It checks. Remittance must be made Frank Foster, convicted of assault the proprietor is courteous, gentle
OSTOFFICE.—A. F. Linegar, post
Admiral Dewey was sharply crit
cured bis spasms so qfiiukly that be either by certified check, post office and robbery in Douglas countv, manly and obliging; possessing all
master. The mails close as follows:
For Younger Boys (10 to 13
Myrtle Point 8:40 a. m. and 2:35 p. m. icised in the German diet last week
was interested in knowing what tbe money order, express order or was denied by the supreme court the neccessary qualifications to
Marshfield 10:16 a. in. and 4:15 p. m. lor statements in his autobiography years)—
powder was. And then — bis friend Portland exchange.
Bandon and way points, Norway and
make bis many patrons happy.
Circular No. 7— "T h e Secret of
Arago 12:45 p. m. Eastern mail 4:45 regarding the attitude of Ihe Ger
calmly informed him it was "foot
And now Portland is highly in
a. m. Eastern mail arrives 10: a. m.
man fleet at Manila during the
— Linotype Bulletin.
dignant because Seattle Is trying to 2 5 Families Seek Homesteads
For Older Boys (13 to 18 years)
C ity and County O fficers
rob her of the branch office of the
Circular No. 8 — "V irility and Premiums for School Fair
A Washington dispatch says; A
President Wilson’s plan to repeal
government pure food and drug
Mayor........ - ......................A. T. Morrison
colony of 25 families has petitioned
Ihe exemption of American ship
R ecorder.......................... J. 8. Lawrence
For Young Men —
Mrs. Mabel A. Roberts, of Myr
Treasurer................................ 'R. H. Mast ping from canal tolls is meeting
Commissioner Tallman to locate
City Attorney.................L. A. Liljeqvist
The steamers Portland and Gen homesteads in a compact body in
Circular No. 2— "The Four Sex tle Point, was here Mooday to con
Engineer............ - .........P. M. Hall-Lewis
eral Hubbard collided near West- tbe Siuslaw National forest, near
sult with ¡Supervisor Golden and
Marshal............................C. A. Evernden though some influential Republicans Lies."
J. Loney is contemplating
Night Marshal......................John Hurley
port In the Columbia river last week Marshfield. The petition has been
Circular No. 9— “ Sex Truths for Superintendent
putting in a wire cable near Fort
Water Superintendent S. V. Epperson agree with him.
will Exith be on tbe dry dock preaented to tbe Commissioner by
Fire Chie:......................... Walter Oerding
Point to ship railroad ties from, I
The Presbyterian Church will
Councilmen —D. D, Pierce, C. T. 8keels
for some weeks.
The Society is in constant receipt in connection with the county fair
Representative Hanley, who is urg
during the time that a new wharf ie
W. C. Laird, G. O. Leach, WT. H. Ly send 250 temperance workers into
of requests from different parts of which takea place in September at
ons, Leo J. Cary. Regular meetings
its favorable consideration. The
under construction. The building
Califorifla the United States for samples of
first and third Mondays each month. Washington, Oregon,
the policemen and firemen of Port lands desired are burned over, and
and Colorado, in an effort to swing these circulars and other literature.
The pupils are to be awarded
land ate officers and not laborers, for this reason it is thought tbe re
Justice of the Peace......_.. J. J. Stanley these states into the ' dry ” column It has the first State appropriation premiums, and a list of these is be probably be built, will require con
and do not come under the purview quest may be granted.
Constable............. ..............Ned C. Kelley
at the next fall elections.
for such work, and is recognized ing compiled by Mesers. Golden siderable time, and if it cannot be
and Baker, which will be in the completed so that shipping can be of the eight-hour law.
John T. Hall
It took two powerful tugs, helped of the pioneer societies, as leading hands of the pupils as soon as possi-1
Since June 1, 1913 the U. S. Geo
done over it during the early part
Commissioners—W. T. Dement, Geo. J.
out by a rise in the temperatine, to the way both in method and ac ble.
of May, Mr. Loney will inatall the
C lerk.................................. James Watson break a channel through the ice in complishment
cable system. He has investigated ical maps of 803 square miles of
The Teachers’ Sewing Club met
Sheriff .................................... W . W . Gage
T o the Democratic Voters
Treasurer........................ T. M. Dimmick the Hudson river from New York
the working of cables at several Oregon territory, bringing the total with Miss Bertha Conlogue and
Assessor ............................ T. J. Thrift to Yonkers last week, the situation
W anted to Know
I hereby announce myself as a ■ other coast portp, and is very much up to 21,545 square miles.
Miss Josie Ahern, at the home of
School Supt.............. Raymond E. Baker
Surveyor................................ A . N. Gould being the worst it bad been in 25
candidate for County Judge of Coos encouraged over the way they han
Frank H. Curtis, formerly war Mrs. Katherine Figg, on Thursday
........................... F. E. Wilson years.
' After walking down the street on county, Oregou, on the Democratic
dle freight. A cable was used suc den of the penitentiary and now a evening of last week. Tbe evening
Health Officer..............Dr. Walter Culin
The federal industrial relations a windy day, a newspaper poet pro ticket for the coming primary elec- ( cessfully at Port Orford in early
deputy in Sheriff Word’s office in j was thoroughly enjoyed by all and
pounds this agonized inquiry:
tion. I favor permanent highways
commission is working out plans
and the development of tbe wonder-; days, and one would be quite a con Portland, has been indicted by the, a goodly amount of needlework
Little girl you look so small.
tor the co-operation ol large indus
Societies will get the very best
Don’t you wear no clothes at all? ful wealth of Cooa county consistent venience now while the wharf is grand jury on the charge of black-1 was accomplished
trial concerns, to eliminate slack Don’t you wear no shimmy shirt,
with economical and judicious ex out of commission.
mailing the proprietor of a Portland freshments were served by the
penditure of the taxpayers’ money.
Don’t you wear no petty skirt,
and rush seasons and give relief to
a t th e office o f Coquille Herald
lodging house and accepting a hostesses, and the evening passed
J J S t a n l e y ,
the unemployed by famishing more ( Just your corset and your hose
only too swiftly.
bribe from the same party,
Are these all your underclothes?
F. <k A. M.—Regular meeting of
. Cliailwick Lodge No. 68 A. F. A A.
M.. at Masonic Hall, every Saiurday
night in each month on or before the
D. D. F ikhck , W. M.
K. H. M a s t , Secretary.
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