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T he C oquille H erald
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1915.
DIRECTORY M OM THL NATIONAL CAPITAL follow
• " I - " a 1“ crash
'- that " w ill « carry
'• dow n
VISITED COLUMBIA RIVED H I M
PER Y E A R $1.50
iog 1912, 1913, and 1914 with dif
ferent insecticides, the entomolo
Fraternal and Benevolent Order
many who are now boasting of the
gists of the department have fouDd
K. & A. M .— Regular meeting of Events of Interest Reported great riches they have acquired. If
that calcium arsenate, a new insecti Compiled by State Bureau of
. Chadwick Lodge No. «8 A. F. & A. j
Industries and Statistics
cide givee very promising results in
M. at Masonic Hall, every Saturday
night in each month on or before the!
i the condition might not be regard
L. A. L il u k o v is t , W . M. I
The Marshfield Record of Oct. 8
ed as serious, but there is a fear of
(By J. E Jones )
K. H . M a s t , Secretary. |
j do damage by chewing on fruit
four pages of views oi the
general collapse in the market that
PRESIDENT IS TO MARRY.
We give below some extracts being regulated by the cost ol ma
E. 8 .— Reguiar meeting of Beulah
. Chapter No. ti, second and fourth
Woodrow Wilson as a lover, has may seriously affect stable invest from an account written by Editor terial, which on the face of condi against which the arsenate of cal wask being done by the S. P. Co.
Friday evenings of each month, in M r
McDaniel, of the North Bend Har tions at this time, w ould indicate a , cium proved effective, in laboratory on their new line to Coos Bay. in
achieved a splendid success in cap ment values.
and field testa conducted at Benton cluding a view ot the new $1,500,-
E mma Liu.iaqvisT, W . M.
turing one of the handsomest and
bor, of his recent trip over the Col higher cost.
the codling 000 bridge across the bay. These
A statement of the National Pro- umbia River Highway, in company
______ A n na L awkknck Sec.,
most lovable widows in the Nation-
T h is
w riter has driven over Harbor, Mich., are
T O . O . F.— Coquilie Lodge No. 53, 1 . 0 1 a] capital.
Dame Rumor toyed gressive Union based on the poll of with Judge Watson and others, thousands of miles of beautiful moth, the fall webworm, the tent are the best photographs yet pub
1. O. F., meets every Saturday night
with thesiory for a time, but even 1200 veterans who attended the re which should be ol interest to Coos roads, some ol which were the best | caterpillar, and the tussock moth. lished and give the world the first
n Odd Fellows Hall.
graphic pictu e of the immense
H. B. M ookk , N. G.
the newspaper men assembled for a , cent encampment at Washington county people at this time:
money and en gineering skill could The details of the various experi
J. 8 . L a w k k n c k , Sec.
work being done in that section by
special event at the Press club,; shows that 1029 of the veterans j The party wascothpo- d of Judge m ake, but never before have we en ments are published in Department
a m ie r e b
Commis- joyed the privilege extended us last
i i vi-ry^s*wond°and 8 asPed w ' lh astonishment when the are R epublicans and 171 are Dem o- 'Jam es W a tso n , County
I. o . O. F . . ___________________
Revival of railroad activity in
fourth Wednesday nights .........
inOdd ‘ Fellows bulletin
T h e btide crats
In 19 12 , 521 of them v o t e d ! sioner A - A rm stro n g, Tom Neilson week.
T h e road not only nnfolds Iusecticide Investigations.”
is the surest indication of
In *bese tests the effects of arsen
ANNiKALADw ^ « NSec.'
!elect is a prominent social leader, for Taft, 419 for Roosevelt and 260 ! of Bandon, W. A. Reid and Charles to the traveler one continuous pan-
— - ow ns the great G alt je w e lry store lor Wilson.
; Hall, of Marshfield, A. G. Raabjoramaof scenes, surpassing sights
C O Q U I L L E E N C A M P M E N T , No. 25 .
, ... J. .
Eugene is to have a factory for
"L E T t h e b u y e r b e w a r e .’’
and Edgar McDaniel of North of foreign countries, but is a grade bined with lime-sulphur solution,
L - 1 .0 . O. F., uieetsthe tlrataml third that all visitors to W a sh in gto n have
manufacture of til kinds of
Thursday nights inOdd Fellows Hall.
| adm ired, and as "th e first lady of
When some of the large mer-J Bend. Others from other places in easily ascended and of delightful were tested in comparison with ar
In all cases, every pte-
J. 8 . L a w k k n c k . Sec.
has the natural charm to chants of the country adopted the Oregon were also present and were curvatures.
A $200,000 timber ssle in Coos
nation with lime-sulpbur. The ar
t r N IG H T S OF P Y T H IA S .— Lycurgus | a **a *n emiuer.t popularity like that “ one price system,” it was hailed the guests of the Warren Construe- caution has been taken to keep the
county to a Minneapolis syndicate
IS. I.odge No. 72, meets Tuesday nights achieved by Mrs. Roosevelt and as a victory for the buyer, who for lion Co., with W. S. Arnold in road within the required grade and
is repotted by Frederick A. Kribs.
lu W O. W. Hall.
Alter the first ages bad been accustomed to beiDg | charge.
j curvature to afford absolute safety ate of lead, was used at the rate of Jitney drivers in Portland reduce
R. R. W a t s o n , K K. S.
spasms of surprise Washington de trimmed in’ prices and goods in all
O . A. M in t o n y k . C. C.
The contract which the Warren to both the motorist and the pedes- 2 pounds to each 50 gallons of wa
fares to 6 for a quarter on the theory
cided that "if the President wants sorts of stores. Congressman Kelly Construction Co. has and which is j trian and at the same time give to ter. In all the experiments the ar
i j Y T H IA N SISTERS— Justus Temple
that "the street car company can
No. 35, meets first amt Third Mon to marry again that it is his own of Pennsylvania, declares that the now practically completed, is the j >he motorist a highway second to senate of calcium gave very satis
meet the cut inside a year and
day nights in W . O. W . Hall.
factory results in killing the larvae
business,” and that after all it will cut price system as operated by 1 longest road contract ever awarded none in Oregon.
Mss. G kokob D a v i s , M. E. C.
M r s . F r k d L in k u a k , K. of R
be a fine thing for the country and many merchants "is a return to the \ to a single company in the United
The road is constructed with a
Powers is to have a new bank.
There are 45 miles of pave- view of permanency in every sense number of cases its killing action
ED M E N — Coanille Tribe No. 40, 1. the capital, and consequently, since old days when the purchaser was!States
Geo. W. Moore Lumber
O. R- M., meets every Friday night
the word implies. There are por- was somewhat slower than, but
Co. resumes operation on io-hour
n W 0 . W . Hall.
; lions of the road which will, it is
J. S .T I arton , Sachem.
A. P. M ii . i . k r , C. of R.
believed, be subjected to floods dur- ate of lead. Hince it can be pro
to reports Newport of
W . A- —Regular meetings of Bea-
j ing high water, though every effort duced more cheaply than the lead fers * 100,000 bonus to the P. & W
• ver Camp No. 10.550 in M. W . A.
has been made to locate the high
Hall, Front streei, first and third Sat
C. R. R. Nav. Co. as inducement
urdays in each month.
way on lands where danger from distinct value, although it hiiB not
for early construction.
H. B. T o z ik r . Consul.
this source may not be anticipated. been sufficiently tested to permit
F. C. T ruk , Clerk.
Eugene — Booth-Kellv Lumber
I Every precaution has been takeu to
N. A .— Regular meeting of Laurel
has let contract for logging be
Where arsenate of
I protect the grade, heavy riprap con general use.
. amp No. 2972 at M. W . A . Hall,
tween 8,000,000 and 10,000,000
Front, street, second and fourth Tues
struction as well as stone masonry
feet of timber.
day n ghts in each month.
M ary K krn , Oracle.
being thrown up on the side which sulphur it wag, as a rule, even more
Wool growers are receiving from
L avra B randon . Rec.
is expected to be lashed by over effective as a poisoning agent than
22 to 25c for fall clip.
W .— Myrtle Camp No. J97,
flowing rivers during freshets. In
Molalla Electric Co. will furnish
meets every Wednesday at 7 :30
Dying the grade, the contractor the value of the latter as a fungi
with electric lights.
Lee Currie, C. C.
makes a special effort to build a cide. When these compounds are
Amity has disposed of *15,000
J ohn L knkvk , Sec.
pavement which will stand under
V E N IN G T ID E C IR C L E No. 214,
cosnumed by the larvae is less than bonds to build a water system.
any or all conditions subjected.
meets second and fourth Monday
The record of deaths of pedes
Many perplexing and unforseen where the arsenate of calcium is
nights in W . O. W . Hall.
trians and automobile parties on
A n n ik B urkholdkr , G .N .
problems are met by the contractor,
M ary A. P ierce , Clerk.
railroad crossings is appalling.
which have put the men in charge commercial arsenate of calcium
A R M E R S U N IO N .— Regular meet
to the test to cope with.
For in (paste), arsenicoxid W .82 per ceDt,
ings second and fourth Saturdays in
pany to always protect a person
each month in W . O. W . Hall.
stance, the crews of men employed with lime-sulphur solution gave
their own foolishness. Stop,
F rank B urkholder , Pres.
on the Sandy river bottom road very excellent control of the codling
O. A. M into nyk . Sec.
look and listen when you come to •
were obliged to build the road
r a t e r n a l a i d N o . 398 . meets the
across a long stretch of quick sand, of lead and with unsprnyed plats,
second and fourth Thursdays each
L. C. Hockett, of Newport, has
month at W. O. W , Hall.
which was not seen when the road Where arsenate of calcium was
P h o to s b y A m e r ic a n P r e s s A ss o c ia tio n .
been canning herring the same as
M rs . C h au . E v la n d , Pres.
was located but was found when
M rs . L ora H arrington , Sec.
sardines and salmon with satisfac
Champion Jess Willard la always greeted by mobs every time h e appears on the street Here be Is aeon arriv
top soil was taken off. The were Bound; arsenate of lead show
in g in New York after fight: also In a clinch with Johnson, which g iv e s you an idea of Jess' huge proportions.
Educational Organizations and Clubs
men were inserting drain tile in the ed 99 44 per cent of sound apples,
Florence has sold *10,000 bonds
ROM AN’S Study Club. — Meets 2:30
grade every few feet and developed
city water system.
p. m. st city library every second the W ash in gto n ian s were not asked ' forced to make the rounds of th e ' ment 18 feet wide, and protected by
quite a flow of water right from only 58 71 per cent of the apples
and fourth Monday.
H. Newman is developing
H arriet A. L ongston , Pres.
under the road.
The crustted rock were free from damage.
sales territory for Siuslaw salmon,
F rances E. E pperson Sec.
nevertheless decided to gratuitously
pricey, and then, after fin ding the | pavem ent is 6 inches of crushed
pavement was placed over this and
out of Eugene.
/ "»O Q U IL L E
E D U C A T I O N A L offer the same in a hearty manner,
articles desired, h a g g le with the rock which is rolled do w n to 4
j a permanent roadway was obtained be a convenient way of making
L E A G U E — Meets monthly at the
Florence expects to have a fruit
merchant until a price was agreed ! inches, then a 2-inch bitulithic
OU R N E W R A T T L E C R U I S E R S
the drainage taking care oi the homemade arsenate of calcium:
High School Building during the school
cannery next year.
year for ttie purpose ol discussing edu-
In case of w ar with a foreign upon between them— that meant wearing surface is spread on and roadbed sufficiently.
Only 19 miles of rails remain to
country the fleets of the United I that the chances were all in tavor of rolled in with io-toa steam rollers.
lems have been met in finding hard pounds; sodium arsenate, fused (dry
B ikd ik S kkels , Pies.
laid before Coos Bsv is connect
There are 18 complete plants in
States navy would be compelled to the consumer being cheated.”
E dna H aklockkr . 8ec.
rock where nothing but dirt was on powdered) 05 per cent As2G5, 100
ed with tbt main line of the S. P.
is therefore interesting to know the use on the entire job, and are locat-
O K E E L K L U B — A business men’s put to sea and fight its enemy
j the surface, requiring great qualifi
Corvallis is planning on a Car
social organization. Hall in Laird’s since there will be no hiding in se- j method oi reasoning consumers in ed at intervals of two or three miles, L.
Place the atone lime in a wooden
’ ties of powder to remove. The
building, Second street.
L. J. C ary ., Pres
¡company has gone ahead and in container and add a small amount
J. R. Job, of Venetia. hai started
W . C. E ndicott , Fee.
with European navies.
This fact passing up the local merchants, to the one used here,
lere are 32 ^ Spjte 0f these unforseen difficulties of water, just enough to start Blak-
factory and mill.
O M M E R C IA L C L U B — L ko J. C arv
When slaking is well under
have made rapid progress.
P resident; L. H . H azard ,Secretary sible ior the announcement that order house and department stores dreds of dump wagons, scrapers,,
Kails— New mill of 50,-
The chief engineer told the party way, pour in the sodium arsenate
000 feet capacity being erected near
Fiesident Wilson’s program will in-
Kelly raises the interesting etc. The equipment consists of the
that the Columbia river highway
elude a request to Congress for the P°in' 'hat in fair methods ol trade, assembled plants of the company
R A IN S —Leave, south bound 8:10 a.
would be cheaply maintained for solved in hot water. Keep stirriDg
construction of a battle cruiser sup- 'l'e small retailer “ can compete and which have been in use in other ]
m. and 2:40 p
various reasons, chiefly that it was until the lime is thoroughly slaked. out and sell articles too numerous
9:2(1 a. m. and 4;2(> p. m.
crior in speed and power to any- with and outdistance the big mail ci(ies of the state and in Washing
built in the best possible manner. Sufficient water should be added to mention.
OATS— Six boats plying on the Co thing now afloat.
Preliminary de- order house.’’ He shows that it ton. The entire equipment is stock
No pains were spared to make the from time to time to prevent burn
quille river afford ample accommo
Now, the law does not specify
of vessel has costs a far greater per cent to run a supplies of the company, so some
dation lor carrying freight and pRasen
road the best that could be devised, ing.
any one commodity, but simply
gers to Bandon and way points. Boats been prepared, and the Administra- ™ail order house or a department idea can be gained of the capacity
The resulting arsenate of calcium
and keep within reasonable bounds
eave at 7:30, 8:30, 9:20 and 9:C0 a. m.
mentions stores. The same applies
tion plans for a battle cruiser that store than it does to run a small re of that concern and its prepared
and at 1:00, 3 :30 and 4 :45 p. n r ..
California roads built under the should contain about 18 per cent of to bakeries and also to meat mar
will make thirty-five knots speed 'ail establishment, and he conclude* ness for handling contracts.
In making this com
similar conditions must be sprinkled arsenic oxid.
" a T A G E — J. L. Laird, proprietor. De-
kets, and most bakeries and mar
The committee from Coos Bay
parts 5:30 p. m. for Rneeburg via This is equivalent to a fraction over 'hat the only reason why the man
pound it will of course be necessary
kets carty groceries and still they
Myrtle Point,carrving the United Slates forty land miles. The fastest bat- j who sends away to buy his goods had the pleasure of seeing for them
the expense of upkeep and this will to know approximately the calcium are licensed to run.
mail and pasengers.
tie cruiser thus fat built by any of has for thinking that he "gets more selves the process of building the
not be necessary tor two reasons. oxid and arsenic oxid content of the your ice plants and garagei that
O STO FFICE.— A. F. Linegar, |>ost-
The gentlemen as a whole,
master. The mails close as follows: the powers is designed for not more for his money” is because he re- road.
One is that bitulithic pavement materials employed and to vary the were unknown fifty years ago? If
Consequently, ceives in return an inferior quality we believe, were of the opinion that
Myrtle Point 7 :40 a.m. 5:20, 2:35 p.m. than thirty knots,
does not need the moisture to pro formula accordingly. The by-pro you close any one that is not ex
Marshfield 9:00 a. m. and 4:15 p. m.
a road to be permanent must of ne
Bandon, way points, 8:45 a m. Norway the American battle cruiser will be °' goods
tect it while, the highway on the duct is largely sodium hydroxide, empt, we will have to close them
and.\rago,12:55 p.m. Eastern mail 5:20 [ab le to sail rings around any lor- [
cessity be built on a concrete base.
PR ICE M AINTENANCE.
Columbia is so protected from sand which should be decanted if the in all.
Eastern mail arrive, 7:30«. m. ^
type now in
There is no movement before The committee was convinced, we and dust that but little will gather secticide is to be used on tender
To some people fruit and ice
The cost of suih a Congress that more vitally affects believe, that the crushed rock base
City and County Officers
foliage.— W’eekly News Letter of
on the road.
are as essential as meat if to
ship will be approximately eighteen the small communities of the coun properly rolled and covered with
Much of the highway passes U 8. Dept, of Agriculture.
A. T. Morrison
others, so why discriminate and de
..... J. H. Lawrence
try than the efforts being made by
through or alongside of farms,
prive one of the food that they
R H. Mast
manufacturers of well known arti- concrete base constructed road in the which before the road was built Coos County Sheriff
T H E PANAM A CAN AL .
... P. M. Hall-Lewis
On Oregon Blue Law would rather have, than another?
A. P. Miller
There is considerable consterna- cles of merchandise that the publitf world The committee were given were worth fabulously low prices.
Also, fruit and ice cream are as
Night Marshal............ Oscar Wickham
Water Superintendent ...S, V. Epperson lion owing to the slides in the Pan- calls ,or by name, to secure the pas- j an opportunity to cut out a square Since the road has been completed
perishable as raw meat«, so why
Coquilie, Ore., Oct. 20, 1915.
ama Canal, and naturally a condi- sage ol a bill that will enable them ° f pavemen' and the selecting of the these lands have increased in value
protect aorae and deprive others of
To the Public:
Councilmen—Jesse Byers, C. T. Skeels
I spot was left to the committee.
from two to twenty times.
C. I. Kime. Ned U.Kelley, W . H. Ly tion that has atreadv tied up one '° bx regular re-sale prices and
I have received several communi selling their wares?
on», O. O. Sanford. Regular meetings
boats at the entrance of thereby prevent price cutting by A ,'«r working fifteen minutes,
ol the land, we were told, could cations within the past week or two
In my estimation, I think we
drat and third Mondays each month.
purch„ ed two years ag0
very serious. large city retail organizations like action of pavement a foot square hgve
should have law. that will place us
However, in Washington where mailorder houses and sensational, was taken out and it was found to at *5 an acre, while today some of
H. W . Dunham
answer to the same, I will submit all on an equal basis, and if we are
the entire circumstances are appre- department stores
The better .be of perfect mixture and required the more valuable tracts have been
........ James Watson
going to close the different places
Commissioners— W T. Dement, Geo. J. ciated there is not any alarm. ’ The class of »'ores use standard goods thickness, and alter being given a sold at *1200 an acre. It is a safe
business on Sunday, give every
builders ol the canal have tried to that are made by reputable manu- '**' by the supervising engineer, estimate to place on all lands hack ;
passed in 1865.
That was fifty j one an equal show. It cigars and
plain that the slides will Dcturers who pay decent wages to was found to comply with the speci- to five miles from the road that the
Alfred Johnson. Jr. make it
years ago, and times and conditions tobacco are under the ban, state so,
.....T. M. Dimmick occur for a number of years, until their workmen.
That is the situa- fications.
price has increased 100 per cent have changed ma’erially within j or any other commodity, but don’t
T. J. Thrift
the bills that were cut apart adjust '*on
'be cities, and when applied \
t le paving, because of the road. This is an ar
At the time make it so broad that the people
C. F. McCill lock
to the new order of to the small town the mail order i exclusive of gra ing, is $1.66 per gument which all should consider ; that space of time.
F. K. Wilson
made a law, don’ t understand the laws.
house finds its choicest market for square yard, or about *16,000 per
Dr. Walter Culin ' things.
a drug store w s nothing more than I it plain enough so that all the peo
inferier goods through its processes ra'‘f '
THE RIOT OF SPECULATION.
conditions as they in* * road ,hrm,«h an Un'leve,°P'd a prescription counter and filled ple may know.
of doing business. Most of these and based on condition,
Societies will get the very beat
prescriptions only; a bakery only) Yours for law enforcement and*
The federal government has be mail order houses do not sell stan were found in that county. It can district.
made htead and pastries; and a square deal to all.
PR I N T I M O
come alarmed over the runaway dard articles of merchandise but not be implied that a similar road
Insectcider for Orchards
ALFRED JOHNSON. Jr.,
meat market sold fresh meats. Since
I market that has gtown out of war
can be constructed (or the same fig
at the office of Coquilie Herald
Sheriff of Coos County, Ore.
A sudden break is.
ure in Coos county, the difference
(Continued on Page Four)
WILLARD FIGHTS ¿ROWDS WHEREVER HE GOES.
STATE INDUSTRIAL REVIEW