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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1915)
T he C oquille H erald
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, TUESDAY, AUGSUT 17, 1915.
C I T Y D I R E C T O R Y FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL '?« lr ” ; ve;y,,a; 'of ,he cou"'ry
I I housancls ul lots h a v e been sold in
COQUILLE ESTABISHMENTS SCORE
PER YEAR $1.50
Roosevelt failed to get into the Ore
gon building but dashed through
the Oregon exhibit in the boitlcul-
tural palace and was "delighted”
as a matter of course
Let it he urged once again —
bring the overcoat, the sealskin fur,
an extra blanket and the Oregon
winter underwear if you want to
really enjoy the Exposition
Francisco always has her winter in
the good old summer time, aud the
big show is located in the windiest
and foggiest side of the city. July
1 ibis town and thousand- of build-
Events of Interest Reported
Four mouths ago
A F. A A. M. — Regular itw tH i« o f!
A . Cl i i wi c k i.odice No. (18
F. A a . 1
r ° r 1 h e r ie r a ld
there wile less than half a dozen Dairy and Food Commission Inspectors Give Coquille
VI.. hi Masonic Hall, every Saturday!
buildings outside the DuPont plant
Eating Places, Markets and Dairies High Rating.
ni^h t in ea ch month on or Itefore tli** j m i n o p k h a t i o n s i n * ot
v i b p i \ ia
L. A. L ii . ij kq m ht , W. M .
WAR O I K K A T I O N h IN ° LD V I R G I N I A There is no postnffice or corporate
Wickham Hotel Highest in County
li. H. M ast , Secretary.
The James aud the Appomattox existence. Land prices have gone
E . S .—Re^uiar meeting of lleulah Rivers meet down in the south-east soaring
The following comes to the Her- fact that the scoring lor construe
. Chapter No. <», second and fourtn ern part of Virginia.
What is to become ol Hopewell?
Friday evenings of each month, in M a
aid from the office of J. D. Mickle: tiou is done on the basis of its adapt-
Civil War every inch of the territo That it is to be permanent appears
Inspectors frotn the office of J D. ability to cleanliness. Costly con
E mma L ilmkiviht , W. M.
ry around City Point, where the certain, as the powder company has
A nna L awkknck hoc.,
Mickle, Dairy and Food Commis struction is in some cases not so
two rivets join, was occupied by evidently "come to stay.”
O. O. P .—Coquille Lodge No. 5 3 , 1 . O.
sioner, have made inspections of all conducive to cleanliness as the
• O. F., meets every Saturday night the armies of the Nordi and South. DuPonts are paying no attention to
the places where food ptodocts are plainer, cheaper kind ”
n Odd Fellows Hall.
Richmond, which won eternal re the real estate boom, and have un
H. B. M ooke , N. G.
handled in Coos County. In most
Here follows the complete scores | and A,1S usl a'e
part in it As usual, they planned
J. S. L a whence , Sec.
of these places, they used a score of the establishments itis,iecled in i>est
dle - ear an^ September, Oc-
eracy, is near by, and lire armies of for what they wanted, and got it,
a m i e EK BEK a H l o d g e , N o . 90
card which rales the places accord Coos county It is impossiole for toher and February the best. July
I. 0 . 0 . F., meets every second and Lee, Gordon, aud all the rest of the before the rest started. It even ap
ing to fitness in construction and the Herald to use the complete list, has offered some pleasant weather
fourth VVodnesday nights in Odd Fellows leaders ol the "lost cause” sashayed
pears that they have bad most ol in cleanliness
E lda A ndkkhon . N. G,
but it is worth noting that in sever hut more that has been loo cool for
oack wards aud-for wards across the the property ior several years. As
A nnie L aw hence . See.
"Very little inspection ol this
real enjoyment of the outside feat
a city it resembles a mining camp, kind had ever been don? in Coos al lines our Coquille establishments ures ot the Exposition, these being
/^ O Q U lL L ft ENCA MI* v> E.\T, No. SO
head the list witli the highest score.
v_y I. O. (). F., meets i he first and third Herald went over this whole area, and afire would likely wipe it all out.
County and in view ol that fact,
by far the greatest. Don’t miss the
Thursday nights in Odd Fellows Hall.
The Wickham hotel heads the
J. S. B akton , 0 . \
some of the low scores were not un
show but come prepared to enjoy it.
J . S. L a whence . Sec*.
and the "confederate works” and seriously, and piys its insu auce at
county with a score 92.2
expected,” say the inspectors in
f r NIGHTS OF P Y T H IA *.—Lycurgus
a rate of 15 per cent As a perman their report to Mr. Mickle.
Five Factors Favor
Lodge No. 72. meets Tuesday nights Maine” went to their deaths. There
ent proposition it must be entirely
We are pleased with the way age with a score o! 62 9. The late
in W. O. W. Hall.
Heavy Milk Production
K. K. W atson , K R. S.
most of the proprietors take hold
O. A. M inton y e . C. C.
Pennsylvania dead, the old-time
Morally, Hopewell is the limit. after they find out »hat is wanted.
O r e g o n Agricultural College,
nYTHlAN H18TKR8—Justus Tempi« “ Port Damnation,” and the road to One would hardly believe it, but in The Royal Club Coffee House, at was the one referred to above, the
1 No. 35, meets first ami Third Mon- the fight of "the Crater.” if, in the
sturdy old Virginia, the romantic Bandou, underwent a complete Home Restaurant, of Myrtle Point, Corvallis.—It is perfectly natural
lay nights in VV. O. VV. Hal!.
for the highly developed dairy cow
M bs . G e > kob D avis , M. E. C. sixties, you had started from Rich ¿State of song and stoty, the wild change within a lew days after the which stood at 19 5
M rs . F red L ineqar , K. of R
mond for City Point you would orgies of earlier western days are inspection. The Hotel Baxter, at
Cook Bros. City Bakey carried to produce large amounts ot milk if
ED M EN —O oqu HI« Tntw No. 40, I. most likely have stopped at Peters outdone Crime, including several Ccquille, also improved at once.
the honors for the county with she is supplied with proper condi
O. R. M., meets every Friday night
murders, has shocked the State.
n VV O. W. Hall.
’ We found a number of very a score ot 87 9, 14.5 above the uear- tions, telates Professor R R Graves,
J. s. B arton , Sachem.
matter ol safety
Most certainly it
head of the O A C dairy depart
A. P. M iller , C. of R.
is advisable to stop at Petersburg in
ment. These favorable factors cf
—Regular meetings of Bea-
high yield are said to he abundance
• ver ('am p No. 10.550 in M. W. A.
of palatable food, balanced rations,
Hall, Front atre* r, first and third Sat that in this turmoil of European
urdays in each month.
wars that the ammunition business
succulent leed, moderate tempera
H. B. T oxier . Consul.
should have created in this historic
ture and bodily comlTt The last
F. 0 . T rue , Olerk.
two are to lie secured by a comfort
N. A.— Regular meeting of Laurel locality, where the battles
amp No. 2972 at M. VV. A. Hall, American peace were fought, the
able, well-lighted, well ventilated
Front« street, second and fourth Tues-
toughest spot in the United Slates
barn The others are explained in
ilay n ghts in each month.
M ary K ern , Oracle
On the very ground where armies
detail in the recent Extension bul
L acra B randon , Ree.
of Grant were visited by Lincoln,
letin, "Feeding the Dairy Cow,”
O. W .— Mvrtle Camp No. 1!)7, the stacks of dn Pom’s greatest gnu
preoaied by Prof Graves for use of
m eda c V* ! y Wednesday at 7 :30
Cotton lacioty btlch loith \olumes
m. ut W. U. W. Hail.
Lee Gnriie, C. C.
of black smoke, and you look
Iu support of his views Prolessor
Jolts l.BNKVK, See.
through high wire fences at acres
rites the tact well known to
1 7 VKNINGTIDE OIKGLK No. 214, of sinistet buildings part of which
every dairyman, that in the spring
incela second and fourth Monday
n ¡^1 it a in \V. O. VV. Hull.
ate in Hie course of construction
when grass is good and the days
A n s i k B urk hoi . dkh , <i.N.
The railroad tliai runs from Peters
are moderately cool the milk flow-
M ary A. P ibrck , Clerk.
burg to City Point lias no exclusive
reaches its maximum. This, he says,
' AKMKKS UNION.— Regular meet
ings second and fourth Saturday» in claim on the transportation busi
is because the cows ge' plenty of
each month in \Y. O. VV. Hall.
ness, since there ate more than a
palatable succulent food composing
F ra n k B i ' r k 'loM 'KR, Prea.
bundled autt mobiles, Horn Ford's
a well-balanced ration, and are
O. A. M in to n y k . sec.
to cars that accommodate thiity or
comlorlabie in the moderate temper
j j R A I 'K K N A L A I D N o . M i , ....... the
1 second and fourth Tliursdaya each forty people, carrying passengers,
ature. It is under similar conditions
month at VV'. O. W . Hull.
and a little freight by day.*, and
that the successili! dairyman must
M rs . C hah . E yi . and , Pres.
Photo by American Press Association.
M rs . L ora H a k u im it o N, b ee. some of them are transports for
try to keep his cows throughout the
Italian marines preparing to go to the front to the assistance of troops operating against Austria.
strong booze and other liquid re
whole ot the year. To accomplish
Fraternal and Benevolent Order
IT A L IA N M ARINES AID LAND FORCES.
Educational Organizations and Clubs
freshments into the supposedly tem
perance town of Hopewell by night.
For Hopewell is not only over run
and fourth Monday.
H arrikt A. L onoston , Pres.
“ blind pigs” , gambling joints,
F rances E. E pperson , Sec.
dance halls, and cabarets, but it is
LEAGUE—Meets monthly at the thoroughly immoral — which is a
High school Building during the school good deal more polite way ol say
year for tne purpose 01 discussing edu
ing it than the local description.
IlikDiB SuKKi-a, Pies.
Within the 1500 acres of fenced
Ens a H aklockkr , bee.
enclosure at Hopewell 20,000 men
are engaged in night and day
1 ^ social organization. Hall in l.hird’ s
shifts, and there are five distinct
building, Second street.
L J. C ary , Pres.
“ works” . The occupation is haz
VV. C. E ndicott , Fee.
ardous; as the nitrate acid is very
/ C o m m e r c i a l c l o u — i . ro j . C ary iuflamable, and the greatest danger
L / President: L. H. H a ZAR o ,Secretary
comes from that
It is “ claimed”
that a million dollars a month is
It 'is also
I'K A IN H —Leave, south iioiind 8:10 a. paid out in wages
"claimed” that a thousand bales of
8:20 a. m. and 4:20 p. in.
cotton go into the plant every day
OATS— Fix boats plying oil the Co As a matter of fact most of the in
quille river afford ample accor.'mo-
dation lor dairying freight and p.ssen formation about the du Punts is sec
gar“ to Ban loll and way points. Boats ond hand. They are spending mil
eave at 7 :30, 8:30, 9:20 and 9 :i0 a. .a.
lions of dollars in building opera
a id at 1:00, 3:30 and 4 :43 p. u .
L. Laird, proprietor. De- lions at Hopewell, and the rumors
parts 5:30 p. m. for I: jseburg via here are that they have twenty,
Myrtle Point,carrying llieUndeii Slates
thirty or a few more million dollar
mail and pasengers.
orders which are now being filled
IjO STO FFICE.— A. F. Linegar, |iost-
1 master. The mails close as follows: Evidently a great deal ol the explo
Mvrtle Point 7:40 a. m. 5:20, 2:35 p.m. sives find their way across Canada
Marshfield 9:00 a. in. and 4:15 p. in.
Bandou, way points, 8 :45 a m. Norway bound for the Russians by way ol
and Aragol2:55 p.m. Eastern mail 5:20 Vladisiock and Siberia
p. m. Eastern mail arrives 7:30 a. in.
When it comes to system the du
Pouts ate in a class all by them
City and Countv Officers
A. T. Morrison selves, unless one wants to include
....J. S. Lawrence the Kaiser. There is an exact pre
........ R. II. Mast
P. M. Hall-Lewis cision about the great Hopewell
.A. P. Miller plant, and no two parts of it know
anything about one another. There
Waler Superintendent S. V. Epperson
Fire Olile;............................... W. C. ^hase are 200 watchmen wittrin the wired
Councilmeu—Jesse Byers, C. T. bkeela enclosure, and the workmen are of
C. 1. Kime, Ned C.Kelley, W . II. Ly
ons, O. C. Sanford. Regular meetings every known nationality.
tirât and ttiird Mondays each moniti. person must be vaccinated before
Justice of the Peace
J. J. Stanley being employed, and he fills out a
Const alile...................... ....Ned C Kelley
blank long enough for a life insur
James Watson ance application; and one of the
Commissioners—W. T. Dement, Geo. J.
first questions is:
Wut-ic do vou
Unlit, Watson want your body si tit?”
I ts an
Alfred John ■on, Jr.
....................T. M. Dimmick important part of the operations (or
Assessor ...................................T. J . Thrift the dead are shipped horn- in con
Raymond E. Baker
C. F. McCnIlock siderable numbers
F. K. Wilton
Hopewell is deci ledly .1 hoc in
Dr. Walter Culin
town, and one follows the 111 w
streets and st kts way out into tire
Societies will get the very best
country, among the corn fields
Theie is a small rimv ot >eil
P H a N T I N Ci
(estate salesmen 0,1 tile grounds, and
at the office of Coquille Herald
speculators and investors are com-
S si ml v Club. — Meet* 2:30
p. in. at city library every second
STATE INDUSTRIAL REVIEW
Compiled by State Bureau of
Industries and Statistics
The Douglas Co. fair will be held
Sept. 15 - 16 - 17.
A $100,000 mausoleum will tie
erected iu Portland.
There has been talk ot a shoe fac
tory locating in Salem.
The $2,000 swimming establish
ment is completed at Eugene.
The scenic highway to the rim ol
Crater Lake has been finished.
Pendleton has commenced con
struction ol a $9000 steel bridge
Medford— 12,000 acres have beeu
signed up lor an irrigation project.
Business is better, says I). W.
Campbell. Asst. Gen. Mgr., ol the
S P Co
The Salem Commercial Club is
working to establish a broom fac
tory at Salem.
Reports say the Hood River ap
ple crop will be short 30 to 40 per
cent, this year.
63 lumber cargoes left Astoria in
July with a total of 46,857,094 feet
The Newport Ice and Fish Co.
made a shipment of ten tons of hal
ibut to Portland.
Millions of Norwegian Herring
came iuto Siuslaw Bay for the first
time in eight years
Eugene's 2 500,000 gallon reser
voir will be reidv lor use August
15, according to reports.
Poriland Woolen Mills plans to
increase its lurce 20 per cent, iu an
ticipation ot large orders.
Salem -The Columbia Highway
between Astoria and Portland was
opened to travel Aug 12.
The third aunu-al corn show of
the O W R & N. Co. will be held
this year at Walla Walla
Grants Pass—T . M. Anderson
brought in a piece ol quartz as big as
two fists, apparently one-half gold.
C A Parker, representing New
Yotk capitalists, is repotted to be
leasing land lot oil test purposes in
It is reported that two California
companies will soon begin exten
sive operations for gold in the black
sand on South inlet in Coos county.
Bond and Garrett, owuers ot the
Gold Run mine, located on the
southwest slopes o( Red mountain,
are planning to install ten stamps,
according to a report that comes
from Baker hills.
It is reported that a California
company is taking over the miniug
on the Sixes river, in Curry county,
and according to present prepara
tions will have between 150 and 200
meu at work in the coftrse of a few
this would be to increase the aver
age production of the herd almost
Moss and Jones’ Pioneer Market fifty per cent.
That a good dairy cow will con
and Slaughter House also leads the
tinue to give milk even at the ex
comity, the score being 70.1.
In the matter ol candy lactories pense of her body nutrition but
Coquille falls down, the Bradley that the flow will decrease, was
Candy Co., of Marshfield carrying shown by an experiment at the Uni
versity of Missouri.
off the honors with 87 9.
I11 dairies, J. N Jacobson’s stands Jersey cow in good condition at the
T h k d i f f e r e n c e in d i p l o m a t s i
“ The scores herewith appended
time of calving was fed just enough
It is interesting to compare the reveil 9uile accurate>y the condi- far in the lead with a percentage of
to support her body leaving nothing
diplotnacv ol Germany! with whom t,ons as we ,ound ,hem w,th ,he 77.1, 20 above the next higher,
for milk production,for thirty days,
we have been "making faces,” and fol,owinS o p t i o n s :
the end of which time she was
Great Britain John Bull's diplo-, Reslau,an' ’ at Bandon’ and the
but one pound less milk
macy is so fine that camels hair is a ; West Resla,>rant. at North Bend, of thjs recor(j, leading in every line
beginning although los
“ scratcher” iu comparison. In the receivetl tbeir low score card largely j,ut one, and our citizens should
matter of the present exchange o f ,
lack of equipment. 1 hese show their appreciation of the local ing ii5 p o u u d so l weight. Ninety
Who Am I?
notes the English propound so , lwo are P*aces wllere “ ° score card caterers who are leading the county pounds of milk solid had been pro
many arguments, reasons and pre-: can do exact justice. 1 he places are ¡n t(,e matter of cleauliness and ap- duced Irom her own body.
I rm more powerful than the com
cedents, that a contingent of the j c ' e a n a n t ^ , *l e methods really better ^ provetj methods ot handling food decline, however, it is next to im-
possible to bring production of any bined armies of the world.
American public will likely soon be ,han indicated by the score card,
cow up to the former level.
I have destroyed more men than
wondering why we should he so un-' " Another case where the oppo-
all the wars of the world.
ihoughtful and unlair as to make site conditions exist is the Home;
Famed Visitors Like Us
I am more deadly than bullets,
New Exhibit From Coos
the British diplomats so much trou- j Restaurant, at Myrtle Point T h is 1
1 have wrecked more homes
ble when they have so many other place is so bad that no mathematical
An interesting and highly in than the mightiest of siege guns.
things in look after. If history re rating can describe it.
Upon a in from a five months’ sea trip, came
I steal , in the United States alone,
peats, as in the case of "free tolls” later inspection, the place was much to the Oregon building the other structive addition has been made to
$300,1 oo.ono each year.
through the Panama Canal, Britain improved and we received the corn-
the Coos aud Curry booth at the
I spare uo one, and I find my
will likely win all base balls.
forting news that the premises and under "remarks” said: "Fine Panama Pacific Exposition—a map
To the one in 5x9 feet compiled from the results victims among the rich and poor
would soon pass into other hands. and splendid ”
AUTO MAIL ROUTES
could write a of the work of Coos County’s Agri alike; the young and the old, the
1 "Only a few ot the dairies, sup-
Over two hundred automoblle , .
plying milk to the different towns. book about the Oregon showing. culturist, Jay L. Smith, the exhibit strong and weak; widows and or
rural delivery routes were put into have been inspected as \ye find it Incidentally he remarked that he being made by the Marshfield phans know me.
operation on August i, and it is
I loom up to such proportions
much more economical to inspect had been buying the Coos Bay Chamber of Commerce This shows
intended to increase this at least them along with our other dairy in-j myrtle wood furniture for several (bat Coos county has eight cow that I cast niv shadow over every
one-third within the next sixty spection work, and a report ot them years, had $700 worth ordered at (Csting associations,a larger number field of labor from the turning of
days. The routes are from fifty to will follow soon. We have, how-1 this time, and that he thought it ¡han any other county in the Unit the grindstone to the moving of
sixty-fjur miles long, and the car ever, examined the mtlk sold on the most beautiful of all woods,
Of the 9000 cows in every railroad train.
riers receive Irom $1,500 to $1,800 the streets and we found it of much Francis Wilson, world famous stage
I massacre thousands upon thou
Coos county 2821 are represented
The Post Office Depart higher standard than some ol the artist, has come to the building sev-
of wage-earners in a vear.
in the associations.
In 1914 the
ment has recently operated experi tnilk sold to the cheese lactories.
I lurk in unset n places and do
eral times He thinks the furniture product of cheese totaled 1,434,770
mental routes in Pennsylvania, and
"T h e score card which we use made by the Oregon children, to- pounds, butter 846,372 pounds, and most ol my work silently. You ate
it was tout'd that 60 mile routes provides 100 points for a perfect get her with the dresses and other seventeen factories and creameries warned against me, hut you heed
could be successfully covered iu a score, 40 ol which were allowed for features in the educational display, paid above 30 cents fur butter fat not.
a day. The uew routes have been perfect construction and sixty for wonderful in the extreme bnt not for butter,
1 am relentless. I am everywhere;
established in Oklahoma, Califor perfect methods, as shown by the j more wonderful than that 75c lunch- j
in the home, on the streets, in the
nia, Georgia, Colorado. Louisiana, cleanliness at the time of the in-j eon served by the domestic science
Mr. aud Mrs. Wm. Vaughn and factory, at railroad crossings, aud
Florida and Texas.
More points are allowed j girls trom the Agricultural college ohildreu and Mr. ac-l Mrs. Henry on the sea.
I bring sickness, degradation, and
POLITICS OF THE CAPITAL
for methods than for construction Mrs. Phoebe Hearst, the greatest of R ern nnd children of North Bend,
In query form the hot weather because mo r e depends on t h e the Rteat in the Bay region, is an- passed through Coquille Saturday, death, and yet lew seek to avoid me.
I destroy, crush or maim; I give
situation has provoked the follow methods.
A poorly constructed j other charmed with the domestic on their way to the exposition. They
but take all.
ing: Will there be two Democratic plant may produce clean food if the |
Senator Ben are g.iing by the coast route nothing,
I am your worst enemy.
tickets, and two Republican tickets, methods are perfect, while on the Tillman, brandishing a cane rather wj|| camp on the way They expect
I am catelessnessl
or one Democratic nominee and 0(ber hand, perfect construction, than a pitchfork, saw the sights and (0 re(urn by way of Grater Lake,
* -•* -
two trom the Republican party, or while a great convenience, will said be would go back to Carolina
vice versa, or which one of the
Get tour butter wrapper» at the
are bad. the happier for having seen Ore-
Try a Herald want ad for any
parties will split the hardest. The avail
i Herald office.
This is carried still farther by the gon’ s building and display. Teddy ‘ *htng yon want to boy or sell.
usual response is "Givitup.
The Governor and Attorney Gen- had slaughter houses and some
eral, aided by a local Hopewell, butchers with no slaughter house
committee of business men, have. at all, killing and dressing their
started in to “ clean house.” They meat in any old place where the
have a big job, and a lot of grafters animal happens to be found. This
and adventurers will have to be was ordered corrected.
driven out be:ore there is any uo-! the markets were also in bad shape
as is shown by the low scores