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fHE C oquille H erald
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1914.
CITY PI RECTORY FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE
PER YEAR $1.50
ly urged not to allow their curiosity
embracing the construction of the
to induce them to become a menace
jetty to a length of 10,368 feet, aud
Fraternal and Benevolent Orders
to their own and their neighbors’
the restoration of the outer part on
Information From U. S. Dept,
two occasions with the incidental Events of Interest Reported
F. A A. M.—Regular ¿n^eting of
• Chadwick Lodge No. 08 A. F. & A.
The disease, in short, is datiger-
For The Herald
expenses which it entailed, lor the
M.. at Muaouic Hall, every Saturday
Shows Absurdity o f Engineers’ Figures on Cost
I ous because of the loss that i t c c - (
sum of $700/00, why should it
ni^lit in each month on or before the
The auxiety that has been ex
of Building the Needed Jetties.
1). I). 1‘ ikiuk , VV. M.
| casious to property, and not because j
cost the very large figure estimated
(By J. E. Jones)
H. 1!. M aht . Secretary.
pressed in severel quarters Li regard
j of i's effects upon the health ol
by Col. Roessler to restore the outer
Just now the Washington Navy
K. S.—Kegutar meeting of Beulah to the effect upon human health of
. Chapter No. 0, aecond and fourtli the present outbreak ol the loot-and- maukiud. At present all infected j The Coos Bay News, whose edi- on the bar to meet the needs of the portiou of the jetty and extend it Yard is attractiug mote than the
Friday evening» of each month, in Ma-
herds are being slaughtered as soon tor, G. A. Bennett, knows more port.”
usual number of visitors on accrual
mouth disease is regarded by Gov
We believe that the best thing to of the exhibition of the naval relic,
M ary A P ikkck , VV. M
The big figures estimated as the
ernment authorities as somewhat
A nna L awrkncr See.,
buried, and the premists thorough- the government engineer, has the cost for project No. 2 caused the do under the circumstances would United States frigate, Constellation,
exaggerated. The most common
0 . O. F,— Coquille Lodge No. 53,1. O. tear is that the milk supply might ly disinfected. Uutil all danger of the Allowing article in the issue of | Engineers to promptly sit down on be to throw project No. 2 overboard, which is 117 years old
. O . K., meet» every S a t u rd a y night
inleclion has been removed in this j Nov. 25. The article, which is ac-| th„ proj ect ant| consequently the and work lor an appropriation of sadly out of place iu these days of
become contaminated, but in view
n Odd Fellow» Hall.
way, the local authorities quaran- curate in every particular furnishes j)ar (lret)ge was substituted for the $500,000 to be used in restoring the 6oo-foot warships, the fact that for
C. II. C i . kavrr , N. G.
>1 the precautions that the local
tine the milk
a good commentary on Captain j eny. Why in the light of experi- north jetty. Opiuion is divided as years she was the terror of her foes,
¿d areas are
Daveunys clai.i that the engineers ence, Col. Roessler placed his figures to whether or not a south jetty is gives the Constellation a semblance
here is com-
V f >' ' K V IT I. 7 ,
I O >. K ., ffttela ■ vervi-V
Since lea viug Newport,
so enormously high for rebuilding necessary. We talked with U. S. of dignity
;r of this,
pmz;. y i-.iie d
Many people while discussing the and extending the north jetty, we Engineers here over 30 years ago, R I., where sbe was serving as a
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Milk I. -.it ii’ iectej
s is not per- pasteurized milk, but as has already
a m i : L awrence , N l
this recommendation unsatisfactory results obtained from are at a less to understand By who said they believed tuat a south training ship, the Constellation has
milted to i• ship]
t all. The been said,
They been renovated and now presents
or not there is \ the operation of the bar dredge
relerring to reports of jetty construc-
/•♦O Q tfllXB K N C A M l’ A'KNT No. 25 only danger •«, there
learned from Capt Jas Magee, of something of the picture she made
<-> 1. O. O. F „ 'i rets the Urn and third
Lite iu..use das .k uoested itself
1 itluduu, l.tgi.ke il, s/*i(J J (dlOrtS i l»ll.
express an opinion that the Port carried on in charge of his prede- the tug Escort, that the channel during the early years of the repub
J, 8. B arton , 0, ?,
some tufecled milk might reach the ease
J . S.I.AWKENCK, Sec.
Commission and commercial organ-j cessors, he would have learned that across the bar (before any jetty lic. The lorty-eight guns still nose
market. ffor this reason experts in
r r NIGHTS OF P Y T H IA S .— Lyoanaa the department recommend pasteur
Agiieulturo bus gone through izations of the bay should urge on the north jetty was commenced ¡0 work had been done) frequently out of her portholes, her sails are
Lodge No. 7!i. ineettTuesday night«
thousand years of evolution the U. S. Engineers, senators and 1895 and extended to its contem shifted, and that while sometimes gone and her three masts are hare,
ization. As a matter of fact, how
in \\\ O. W. Hall.
the chanuel cut out far to the north- but racks of cutlasses remain to tell
tt. R. W atson , K R. S.
ever, pasteurization is recommend and is still iu 110 expei ¡mental stage, congressmen the necessity of advo- plated length of 10,368 feet in 1895;
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’ard, it never went beyond a cer their share in the fighting of the
ed by the department anyway for
tain point to the south’ard. Col. ancient sailor, and her decks are
p Y T H I A N SISTKKS—Justus Temple
I No. 35, meets firet and Third Mon all milk tnat is uot very high grade
Mendel said at that time that this as neatly holystoned as of old, when
day nights in W. 0. W. Hall.
and from tubeiculin-tesled cows
showed plainly that a barrier of it was deemed uecessary to permit
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It has been demonstrated by ex
>1»«. F red L inkuar , K. ol R
rock to the south of the bar chau free flow of blood and water into
which have been made in
ED MBN-^Ooauille Tribe No, 46, 1.
nel acted as a jetty, and he gave it the scuppers
O. R. M., meets every Friday night Denmark and Germany that pas
as his opiuion that a south jetty
The Constellation left Ba ltimore
in W. 0. W. Hall.
teurization will serve as a safeguard
J. 8. R a r t o n , Sachem.
would not be needed in ihe matter where she was on exhibition dur
A. P. M iller , C. ol R.
against contagion from the foot-and-
of bar improvement at Coos Bay. ing the Siar-Spangled-Banner cen
disease just as readily as it
Restore the north jetty first, which tennial celebration, several weeks
W. A. -Regular meetings ol Bea-
, ver Camp No. 10.550 in M. W . A. does against typhoid fever, but iu
insured us plenty of water, ago and was anchored at the Wash
Hall, Front stre«», first and third Sat auy event it must be thoroughly
and it will be time enough then to ington Navy Yard for an indefinite
urdays in each month.
done— the milk must be heated to
C . D. H udson , on e" I.
talk of a south jetty, if it becomes stay. She did tno come here with
L l H. I rvin e , le rk.
to 145 F. and held at this tempera
apparent that it is needed.
her sails to help her, but followed
N. A .— Regular meeting ol Laurel ture lor 30 minutes
As loug as Project No. 2 stands an inglorious and businesslike tug.
. amp No. 2972 at M. W. A . Hall,
In this country tue ioot-and-
with its figures placed at the enor Since her launching at Baltimore in
Fronti street, second and fourth Tues
mouth disease has been so rare that
day n gilts in each month.
mous sum of $2,200,500 it will be a 797. the Constellation has seen
M ar y K er n , Oracle.
there are few recorded cases of its
hard matter to get anything frem every sort of service. In 1799, when
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transmission to human beings. In
congress for jetty work Cut it out, she began active service, she cap
O, W ,—Myrtle
amp No. 197,
aud if a project is absolutely neces tured the French man of-war L ’ In-
. . meets every Wednesday at 7:30 1902 a few cases were reported in
p. in. at W. O. W . Hall.
New England and in 1908 in a few
sary make a new move with project surgents off the West Indian Island
Lee Currie, , . C.
instances eruptious were found in
No. 3, calling for $500,000 to be ot St. Kitts. Captain Truxtuo, of
J ohn L knkve Sec.
the mouth of children, which were
used in restoring the noith jetty.
naval fame, directed her three hun
VKN1NGTIDK C1KCLB No. 214,
meets second and fourth Monday believed to have been caused by con
It should be remembered in these dred men through an engagement
nights in W. O. W. Hall.
taminated milk. Iu both of these
estimated figures by the U. S En of one hour and forty minutes. He
O ka X. M a u r y , G. N.
outbreaks the sale ol milk was stop
M ahy A. P ierce , Clerk.
gineer» ior Far improvement, that had two killed aud three wounded,as
the original e>.im te lor jetty work against twenty-nine killed ar 'forty-
W RM KRS UNION.— Regular meet- ped as soon as the disease was found
mga second and fourth Saturdays in among the cattle
As long therefore
• i lb» «iitrsna: ol Coos' Hay (made one wounded
* * and - . lost > . by the
each month in W. O. W. Hall. ,
a few yearB af er ’ he btr ding of the Frenchmen.
F rank B u rkh old er , Pres. us the disease can be coefined by
O. A. M intonyk , Sec.
riged quarantine to certain .specified
crib jetty at Rocky Point had been
The Constellation played her part
abandoned) which would insure 20 in engagements oft Tripoli in 1822,
l? U A T K R N A L AID No. 398. meets the areas the danger from this source is
f 1 second and fourth Thursdays cacfi very small. Should the pestilence
feet of water >a ihe bar it low tide, when the pirates weie beaten into
month at W. O. W, Hall.
spread all over this country and be
was made by the Board of Engin submission. She defended Norfolk
M rs . Cuts. K vland , Prea.
M rs . L o r a H a r r i n g t o n , Sec. come as general as it has been at
eers at a mediiig held here in 1889 during the war af 1812. In 1859
and was $2.466,412. We got 22 she saw her last real fighting.
Educational Oty animations and Clubs various times in large areas in E u
rope, the problem would become
feet of water on the bar at low tide, Then, in the expe ¡tion sent to
OQ U ! ( L K E D U C A T I O N A L
and had the oute* end of the jetty wipe out the slave traffic, she cap
I. K AG UK—Meets monthly at the more serious. Under any circum
High School Building during the school stances, however,
restoreil twice lor $700,000. The tured the slavetrader Cora During
year for the purpose ol discussing edu
would be an efficient remedy.
estimated figuies were out of pro the Civil War she was stationed iu
L ena A m . erson , Pies.
Where pasteuriza ion is not possible
portion to the actual expense at European waters to chase and de
I ldna M inako , Sec.
and where there is any reason to
that time, iu view ot which it is stroy possible Confederate private
HE Palace of Horticulture of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition is the most striking architectural
T r 0 KF.EL K LU B —A business men's suspect that the disease may exist
suggested that Col. Roessler’s fig ers. Her last mission across the
triumph ever created for any Exposition. Whether the sweep of the Exposition’s 635 acres is viewed from
I N social organization. Hall in Laird’ s
the precaution ol boiling milk
ures in connection with Project No. Atlantic was in 1880, when she took
building, Second street.
the distant hills or from a nearer view, this commanding edifice attract« early attention and admiration.
A. J. S h e r w o o d . Pies.
The great dome is the largest hemispherical glass dome in the world. It is 185 feet high and has a diameter of
2 may also be, to say the least, a food to famine-stricken Ireland.
F red S l a & l k , Se..
152 feet. It is crowned by a mammoth basket Surrounding this dome are the spires that give the Saracenic in
little too high.
She was in the Washington Navy
OM MERCI A L C LU b L.1I. H a z a r d
Yard as a gunnery ship from the
In a general way the palace follows the ideas incorporated in the mosque of Sultan Ahmed I. The decora
President; C. A. H o w a r d , Secretary form of the disease lose practically
tions and rich ornamentation have the French renaissance feeling. The numerous smaller domes that surround
end of the Civil War until 1872,
all of their milk. In mild cases,
the building have latticed work, where rare vines and flowers will bloom to give added beauty to this building typi
aud later was taken to Annapolis to
however, the decrease may be from
cal of plants and flowers. The extreme length of the palace is 600 feet and the width 300 feet.
The following interesting infor serve as a training ship. In 1892
p R A fN S —Leave, south bound 9:00 a. pne third to onebalf of the usual
L in. and 3:00 p. m. North bound
mation has been received from Cap she began her last service, that of •
yield. The appearance of the milk
1 :40 a. m. and 4 :40 p. m.
eating the adoption of Project No. the inner half to the level of high tain C. T. Pederson of the steamer
training ship at the Naval station
It becomes thinner,
OATS— Six boats plying on the Co also changes
tide; the outer half to the level of Herman. He states that while in
at Newport, R. I. She left there
quille river afford ample accoiumo- bluish, and poor in fat. When the
During tlie winter of Unalaska dating the month of Oc
The regular meeting of the Wom
ition lor carrying freight and paysan
Col. Roessler,Corps of Engineers, low tide.
to go to the celebration at Baltimore.
irs to Bandon and way pointB. Boats uJder is affected, the milk frequent an’s Study Club was held last Mon
1895 96 the outer or exposed end tober 1914, he was informed by Mr.
ave at 7 :30, 8:30, 9:20 and 9:C0 a. m. ly contains coagulated fibrin and
in his report made in February,
day afternoon in the city libraiy.
was considerably flattened out by Nekifer Diakaueff who lives on Hog
ill at 1:00, 3 :30 and 4 :45 p. ir„
blood, so that a considerable sedi
attraction at the Navy
Papers on “The liiiins of Texcuco,”
storm waves. To restore the jetty Island, that formerly there was deep
1 t'AGK—J. L. Laird, proprietor.
De- ment forms, while the cream is thin
and “The Zuuuis” were read by [consideration, concerning the fur and to raise it to the level of high water between Hog Island and Yard in Washington at this time ia
) parts 5:30 p. m. lor U rn-burg via
yrtle Point,carrying the United Slates aud of a dirty color
Mia. W. L. Kistner and Mr». D L. tber improvement of the Coos Bay tide throughout, 159,000 tons ot Amaknak island and that this pass the converted yacht, the Mayflower
ail and pasengers.
however, occur only when the dis
Perkins, respectively. This was tbo bar. Project No. i contemplated stone were placed by the summer was used by large vessels during which is at the disposal of the Presi
OSTOFFICE.—A. F. Lincgar, post- ease is in an advauced stage, and,
last lesson on the minor tribes of the construction of a sea going hy of 1897. By the spring of 1900 the the Yukon gold rush. At the pres dent, but, by permission, is also
master. The mails close as follows:
as a m tier of fact, the disease is not
Myrtle Point 8:40 a. m. and 2:35 p. in.
ancient Mexico. The members are draulic dredge for dredging the outer 800 feet of the jetty had again end time however, there is only 2 hsed by others. The last trip of
Marshfield 10:15 a. in. and 4:15 p. in. permitted to pass into an advanced
ocean bar. aud the dredging of the subsided to a depth of 12 to 20 feet fathoms ol water at high tide. the Mayflower was to Mexico, con
Bandon and wav points,7 a m. Norway stage, as any stricken animal is at now sharpening tbei pencils for
and Aragol2:45 p.m. Eastern mail 4:15
the Aztecs. Some time was devoted bay channel as far as Marshfield below low water under the fierce
About 1912 Mr. Diakauoff could veying members of officers' families
a. m. Eastern mail arrives 10: p. in.
to the discussion of two pieces of Ptoject No. 2 included the dredg onslaught of the sea. The projected see from bis bouse on Hog Island to that point. Since then she has
Men who come in contact with philanthropic work. The club has iog of the bay chaunel, and in ad height was again restored in 1900 only the top ol the Russian Church been renovated and treated to new
City and Countv Officers
diseased animals may also become been requested by the secretary of dition thereto the repair and exten by the addition of 209,000 tons of in Unalaska village. Today hecan paint, white predominating in the
Mayor............................ A. T. Morrison Inlected. In adult human beings
the General Federation, who ia also : siou of the north jetty and the con stone, the largest pieces weighing see the whole Church and most of interior as well as the exterior.
J. S. Lawrence
R. H. Mast the contagion causes such symptoms the chairman of the Public Health struction, if necessary, of a south about 17 tons, the average weight
the village of Unalaska which was The displacement ot the Mayflower
City Attorney ............. L. A. Liljeqvist as sore mouths, painful swallowing,
Col. Roessler estimated the of all being about 4 tons
This formerly not in sight, showing that is 2690 tons; length. 273 feet; beam,
Committee of tDe State Federation, jetty
Engineer.................... P, M. Hull-Lewie
A. P. Miller fever, and occasional eruptious on to join with the other clubs in sell cost of No. 1, not including the bay raised the etirockment of the outer
the entire town and surrounding 36 feet; speed, 14 50 knot*; arma
Night Marshal.......... Oscar WicKham the hands, finger tips, eic. While
ment, 6 guns under 4-inch calibre.
1000 feet of the jetty to a height ol lands have risen greatly.
ing lied Cross Christmas seals for
Water Superintendent S. V. Epperson
The Mayflower was purchased
W . C. Chase causing considerable discomfort, the benefit of the anti-tuberculosis of No. 2, not including the bay from to to 29 feet above low water
Councilmen — D. D. Pierce, C. T. Skeels however, the disease is rarely seri
fund. It was deoided to take up dredging, at $1,869,500 for the and gave it a width of 35 teet at the chart No 8860 show that there was March 15. 1898, from Goelet, of
C. I. Kirne, G. O. Leach, W . II. Ly
ons, O. C. Sanford. Regular meetings ous. Where it is very prevalent the work, and the members made a north jetty, and $331,000 for the highest point, a width of 100 feet
6 fathoms of water between Hog New York, the purch ase price being
Urst and third Mondays each month. among animals, some authorities
$430,000. She has always been
Sue beginning then and there, buy south jettv, making a total of $2,- at low tide level and a width of 200 island and Amaknak island.
believe that it is fairly general ing a goodly Dumber for “ their own 200,500. The Colonel in conclud ieet at the base. This was the last
known as the Mayflower, her “ maid
Justice of the Peace
.1. J. Stanley
en” name. The interior arrange
Ned C. Kelley among human beings, hut that the selves.” After this there was a dis- ing his report said: “ It is my opin work done upon the jetty, and in
Timber Given Away
disturbances it causes are usually cussiou on sendiug antiseptic cot ion that Coos Bay is worthy of im the years which have followed the
ment is much like that of other
John T. Hall so slight that they are not brought
County Judge ..........
More than 12,000,000 fett of tim high grade pleasure boats and has
provement by the United States un- outer end has again subsided
Commissioners- -W . T. Dement, Geo. J.
to the attention of the larailv phys WQimded soldiers are dyiug for lack j der present conditions to the ex what we want to call particular at ber. board measure, was given away about all the comlorts of a modern
James Watson ician
There is. however, a very of it. Tt was voted to spend three tent indicated in Project No 1, and tention to, is that tlie entire cost of by the government to settlers in the home. One of the novelties in con
.......... W . W. Gage
for everyone giving the dollars of the club funds in this that the execution of this project the rebuilding of the jetty, includ vicinity of the national forests in nection with one of the chambers is
T. M. Dimmick
T. J. Thrift diseased animals as wide a berth as
way. Mrs. C- J Fuhrman and Mrs will increase the depth on the ocean ing the rebuilding of the outer por Oregon during the past year, ac a b*th tub hewn out of solid marble.
Raymond E. Baker
........... A. N. Gould possible, namely, that otherwise j O. C Sanford were appointed a com bar and give the required depth of tion on two occasions, as mentioned cording to a report just issued by | This novel tub is of a size which
F. E. Wilson they may easily carry the disease to |
mittee to look after this matter. The channel in the inner hay. On ac above, was approximately $700,000. the district forester. The entire dis now would also accomodate a liv
Dr. Walter Culin
perfectly healthy herds Federal amount will he increased by indi count of the gteat cost of the jetty These are the government’s figures, | tribution was made in lots not e x ing ex-president. Although kept
inspectors engaged in the work of vidual donations from the members, work of Project No. 2 it is thought and they include the cost of rebuild ceeding 80 cords to any one settler. in readiness, it is not likely that the
eradicating the pestilence are thor and it is hoped and expected that that this may advantageously be ing the railroad on both occasions j During the same period timber was Mayflower will be used to any great
will get the very best
oughly equipped with tubber coats, other friends will come forward and postponed until the bar dredge has when repairs weie made on the j sold to the amount of 24,594,000 extent for several months to come.
U N T I N O
hats, boots, and gloves, which may help Contributions can be given been given a fair trial and has de jetty, the toredos having eaten the feet, amounting to $159,362. Of
WHKN CONGRESS HALTS
this amount 35 per cetM was turned
ice of Coquille Herald
be completely disinfected; and others to ladies juat mentioned, or left at monstrated whether or not dredg piles on which the track rested.
Did you ever stop to think that if
over to the state for road aud school
who lack this equipment are strong- Fuhrman's drug (tore.
ing alone will give enough depth
Now if all that work was done, purposes
'Continued from 2 nd page)
ESTIMATE IS T OO HIGH
Stupendous Palace of Horticulture, Panama* Pacific
International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915
FROM THE NATIONAL UNTAI