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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1916)
T he C oquille H erald
V O L . 34,
N O . 17
C O Q U I L 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 , J A N U A R Y 18, 1 9 1 6 .
C I T Y D I R E C T O R Y STATE INIUISTKIAL REVIEW wh>'Not Name ,he F»rm
Fraternal and Benevolent Order
F. A A. M .— Regular niretim; of
Chadwick Lodtre No. 08 A. F. A A.
M.. nr. Masonic Hall, every Saturday
niirht in each mouth on or before the
L. A. L ilijk q v ib t , W . M.
li. H. M aht , Secretary.
Y E A R $ 1 .5 0
ligations have been errried on in Game Warden Thomas
And Have a Letterhead? Flo,i<la- iu su,e' n0,tl1 "f ,be 0bio
| liver, in Kentucky, nnd in northern
Plans for the organization
T h e Oregon
O teg ou laitmr
I n d u s tn e s and s t a tis tic s
_ :_4., by using
_ o d 1 , «t
drainage districts and methods
Arrests Two Men
Last week Game W nden Thom
a» came over Horn the Bay and jour
| printing and by occasional a d v e r -, °* financing
such organiz <tiou» neyed out to Bicwsler Valley,
Salem , Jan u ary.— A . J Sigm an,
tising in the w eeklies of his county, have also been studied
of Boston will l)uild $ 100,000 su m
The farm irriga’ ion investigations a honch which took h tu out to
says D . W . M orion, dean ol the
S.— Résiliai meeting o f Beulah mer hotel at Pori Orlord,
Ü • E. Chapter
No. 0 . tMOOd am i fourtn
new school o f commerce of the Uni- which were formerly conducted on that part of the country.
f riday evenings ol each month, in M s -!
E very saw m ill in Linn county ] versilv ,.f Oregon,
a territorial basis are now being i Li ter arriving there he scouted
sonic rial I.
E mma L iujkqvist , W . M.
ex pects to be rnnutng by spring.
A farm letterhead should carry handled on a subject H a m -, aud the around until he tail acr ,ss a man
A nna L awrence sec.,
Paisley— Reports here say that | 'b e name ■ the laitn, the name o f local offices which were previously by the name of So >ok ai d his
I O. O. F .— Coquille bodge No. 53,1. O.
maintained in vatious states have nephew who were coming l owp a
into ' the ow ner, the location ol the larm
I. O. K ., m eets e v e ry S a tu rila } n ig h t | W estern Pacific plans feeder
Herealter the m untain. The young ullow bad
and perhaps a small picture oi some been abandoned.
this section ol O r e g o n :
n Odo' Fellows Hall.
H . B. Moon*. N. G.
three central a deer on ui - b u k and upm sight
feature of the place; says Dean
J. 8. L a w r e n ce , Sec.
T w o h y Bros, may get orders to
M orton, who regards the farmer as offices from Washington
ing the game warden the older man
1000 box cats at their Port
a m i e r e b e k a H l o d g e , No. 20 build
lit its road work the office for the broke for cover. Then ensued a
a business man with a substantial
I. O. O. F . , meets every second and |a
f o u rn i W e d l i e . d e n ig h js i n ' S i d F e l l o w .
investment upon which he shoo'd past }ear has continued to super loot race between Thomas and the
ï ’ÂuusK'cuid'Ea, N. G.
vise the expenditure of the $500,- lad. In spite of hi, heavy build
It lakes 715 H eight cars to ship m ike every effort to pay inletes'
A nnie L awrence , Sec.
the annual salm on pack of O regon,
•Tt gives a iarmer a certain hu-i 000 appropriation which Congress the game warden pressed tne Ian so
r 'O Q O I L L E FNCAMP.M ENT, No. 2 5 1 ,
ness statuling-if he has 1 neat lelier- provided the Post Office Depart- close that he turned at liav and
U i o . O. F„ meets the tirstand third ; value $5.8*0,987.
head o f good stock, and it improves j «rent I. .r tne improvement of post brought a big d ut le barrel shot
Thursday nights in Odd Eullows Hall.
France asks for bids on 200,000,-
J. 8 . B aktun , G. ? .
000 leet of lumber from Northwest the value oi his farm to have a roads in counties or states contribu- gun to bear on Thomas He or
J. S . L a w r e n c e , Sec.
name and something of an individ- " ng double the amount spent by dcred him not 10 come a s.ep closer
f t Com ady
rNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS.— Lycurgus mills.
fird*" [/[ |\] f VJarOumb CM •« Portici"
he said “ There is some tbe Federal Government. - Five or he would shoot him
K Lodge No. 72, meets Tuesday nights
Eleven large railway systems initial expense in having a picture | such roads were completed during
in W . O. W . Hall.
there is where the game warden
R. K. W a t s o n , K R. 8 .
have placed or are about to place
taken and a cut made, but the pub the year in Iowa, Maryland, Ore showed that he had plenty of nerve
O. A . M in t on y e , C . C .
otders for Douglas fir with north
lislier of the nearest country paper gou, and Virginia. Work was also by walking right up in the lace of Story of “From the Valley of the Missing,” to be shown at
T j Y T H IA N SISTERS— Justus Temple west mills, according to reports.
1 No. 35, meets first and Third Mon
will attend to the details and after continued on 11 other roads being the loaded gun and proceeding to
the Scenic tomorrow night
day nights in W . O. W . H 4 J!.
S iulb -ru Pacific company orders ward will do the printing reason built under this appropriation.
take it away from the would-be bad
M s 8 . G k ikoe D avis , M. E. C.
50,000 feet of lumber from Spauld ably.
Bridges and road systems were also man. He was unable to bring the
M rs . F red L ineoar , K . of R
The story of “ From the Valley wanderings lead them to the town
ing Logging company, Salem, to
“ If the farmer raises highelass planned lor a number of counties lad in with him as he was under
ED M E N — Coauille Tribe No. 46, 1.
the Missing,,’ which was writ where Horace Shellington and his
O. R. M., meets every Friday night be shipped to Sacramento.
animals, his letterhead may contain
age. He later caught the bov’s
They are startled
n W O. W . Hall.
by Grace Miller White, the au sister Ann live
Hood River tax levy is trimmed a picture ol a prize animal with its given to local officials in a large uncle at his cabin aud brought him
J. S. B arton , Sachem.
by the sudden
A. P. M il l e r , C. of R.
from $165,000 to $130,000.
record; or if he has a slock farm, a number of states.
to this place. He was sentenced to
appiration of the two little scare
W . A. —Regular meetings of Bea-
The demonstration ol mainten 60 days iu the county jail but was
Multnomah county expended picture of a bunch ol stock, or it he
Ann insists that the waifs
. ver Camp No. 10.550 in M. W . A.
one. As pictured for William Fox, crows.
has the best house or barn in the ance work which the office started paroled upon a plea from Thomas.
Hall, Front street, first and third Sat $1,620,674 on roads in 1915.
shall be taken in and cated for.
urdays iu each month.
The British government h a s neighborhood, a picture ol that; or last year on the highway from Shook is an old man and the game
H. B. T o z ik r . Consul.
it gains in power and impressive Fledra’s real sex is discovered and
asked Portland mills lor bids on a picture of a grove or a stream is Washington to Atlanta was con- war len’s heart got the best of him ness from the fact that natural she is clothed properly.
F. C. T rue , Clerk.
when he thought of his having to
N. A .— Regular meeting of Laurel 12,000,000 feet of lumber.
scenery and actual backgrounds pass and Everett Britnbecotnbe.
• amp No. 2972 at M. W . A . Hall,
Gold Beach— Reports state that ARMLESS JUDGE HOLDS PEN WITH TEETH. spend 60 days in jail over the of take the place of black ink and while visiting his fiancee Ann Shel-
F riniti street, second and fourth Tues
fense. This goes to show that our
big Brookings mill will soon re- :
lingtou, is struck by the beauty of
day nglits in each month.
game warden is a regular human
M ary K ern , Oracle.
Floyd Vandecar, district attorney FJedra. He tries to kiss her. She
L aura B randon , Ree.
being and that is something you
Oregou Power company, Marsh
of Cayuga county, convicts Lon angrily breaks away from him and
O. W .— Myrtle Camp No. 197,
can’t say about some of them. He
Cronk, a lake squatter of various seeks tue protection of Horace Shel-
. meets every Wednesday at 7:30 field, has spent more than $40,000
iS being urged to take up the case
p. 111 . at W . O. W . Hall.
in improvements on Coos Bay in
crimes. Cronk is sent to prison for liugton who has grown to love her.
Lee Currie, C . C.
against the boy that pulled the gun
a long term. He pleads that he be She returns his affection but does
J ohn L knkve , Sec.
I 9 '5
on him. As the boy is under age
given a week’s grace to visit his not let him see it.
J. C. Penney & Co of New York
CENINOTIDE CIRCLE No. 214,
it will have to be taken up through
Evsrett Brimbecombe is deter
meets second und fourth Monday will soon open new dry goods store
wife who has just given birth to a
his parents. Thomas says that he
nights in W . O. W . Hall.
child Vandecar, not naturally a mined to win F'ledra
A nnie B urkholder , G ,N . in Eugene
hates to do it, and it is quite likely
Fledra hears a noise in the room
M ary A. P ierce , Clerk.
Shipping rabbits from Lakeview
that he will decline. After having
the law, unseasoned with mercy, below hers. Burglars are in the
ARM ERS U N IO N .— Regular meet to San Francisco is a new industry
to put up with some game wardens
ings second and fourth Saturdays in
refuses. Cronk curses him and house. She creeps down stairs and
Timber buying reporter' active
who were in office here a few years
each month in W . O. W . Hall.
in open court that he will confronts— Cronk a n d Crabbe.
F rank B urkholder , Pres.
back, Mr. Thomas seem* to the
in Coos county.
O. A. M intonye . Sec.
take a terrible revengu upon Vau- They leave the house but swear to
sportsman like a ray of sunshine on
Salem— Chas. K Spaulding and
Vandecar is remorseful. force her to return to them now
rp R A T E R N A L AID No. 398. meets the
a cold Decembei day. Not that he
second and fourth Thursdays each
He visits Cronk’s cabiu after the that they' have discovered her
onth at W. O. W . Hall.
doesn’t enforce the law, for he cer
latter has been "sent away” . He whereabouts. Lon Cronk visits E v
M rs . C h a s . E vi . and , Pres.
tainly does, but because every
M rs . L ora H aruinoton , Sec.
Johnson sawmill at Coquille be
finds the squatter’s wife dead. erett Brimbecombe, now a young
hunter knows that at the game
ing enlarged to 40,000 feet capacity
to her breast is a breathing lawyer, to consult him
Educational Organizations and Clubs
warden’s hands he will always get
child. Vandecar takes the child delighted when he learns the truth
Portland citizens found street
O M A N ’S Study Club.— Meets 2:30
a square deal
and she grows up in his household for be sees a way to force Fledra
p. m. nt city library every second cars were a pretty good thing dur \
and fourth Monday.
ing the recent snow storm
as Catherine, his adopted daughter- iuto his arms. He agrees to get
H arriet A. L onostos , Pres.
ran on schedule time, gave employ
Vandecar has two other children, Fledra and Floyd back if Cronk
F rances E . E pperson Sec.
Floyd and Fledra They are quite promises to give him Fledra. Cronk
E D U C A T I O N A L ment to hundreds of extra men,1
The lot of the engineer i* hap
L E A G U E — Meets monthly at the while the jitney was conspicuous by
young at the time that Crook’s consents. Everett starts suit against
pier than the policeman's, to be
High School Building during tne school
term expires and he leaves the the Shellingtons to recover the
year lor the purpose 01 discussing edu
sure, but he also has his troubles.
penitentiary, revenge still smoul- children. A letter is pushed under
Plans for Kendall Bros new rail
Sometimes they are very big and
B irdie S keels , l ies.
dering in his heart. In the mean. F'ledra’s door one night. It is ftom
road out of Rosebltrg accepted by
E dna H aklockek . Sec.
expensive troubles like Col. Goetb- time a strange event has happened Cronk. Cronk says he will kill
O K E E L K L U B — A business men’ s
al’s land slides at Panama, and
in the lile of Mr. George Brimbe -1 Shellington aud Fledra if she does
active wotk early in!
social organization. Hall in Laird’ s to begin
they are merely bother
building, Second street.
combe, a wealthy business man, a nt» return to the river. Sacrificing
L J. C ary , Pres
some, like Map Fries’ landslides in
friend of Vandecar.
His yacht, herself for those she loves she con-
W . C. E ndicott , Sec.
Klamath Falls is shipping much \
called the "Harold Brimbecombe” »ents They are frantic when her
O M M E R CIAL CLUB— L eo J. C ary livestock, lambs, hous, mules and'
Maj. Fries is the War Depart collides with a barge on the Hud-1 loss is discovered. Floyd and Ho-
President; L. H . H azard ,Secretary horses to different parts of the coun
David Mnylnn, councilman, attorney and municipal Judge elect of Cleveland, ment engineer whose work on the
son river. As the two craft brush race Shellington seek out Vandecar,
O., was a railroad switchman years ago, but he lost both of his arms la accl-
Yellowstone roads made it possible alongside a baby is thrust from the who is now a gray haired man, and
•ienta. lie has since learned to write by aid of his mouth.
Fine gold is being scraped out of
R A IN S— Leave, south bound 8:10 a.
for Secretary Lane to open the Na cabin window ol the barge into the has become governor. Floyd men-
m. and 2:40
the river btd within the city limits
tional Park to motorists this last porthole of Mrs. Brimbecombe’s ! tions Ihe name of Cronk. * At once
it ; 2 ti a. m. and 4 :26 p. m.
usually effective on staiionery. tinued with much success
sutqmer. He has had his big trou cabin. A woman’s voice begs her >" Ihe governor’s mind there arises
OATS— Six bouts plying on the Co
Hubbard's fine new school house
quille river afford ample accommo
bles, too, and has plenty more to take care of it as "her man” ou j Ihe scene iti the court room and the
worth naming, r.nd few that do not are now under the supervision of
dation lor carrying Height and psæeii | ¡s near]y completed,
ahead before he gels Y«llowstone's the barge has threatened to kill the image of the man who swore re
gers to Bandou and way points. Boats |
The counties affected
eave at 7 : 30 , 8 : 30 , 9 :20 and 9:50 a. m.
Reports state that the Geo. W. provide something worth a perma- the office
350 miles of road surfaced and little one. The child is brought up venge if his wife died while he was
are being encouraged to undertake
and at 1 : 00 , 3 :30 and 4 :45 p. m.
Moore Lumber company at Bandon nent picture.
oiled for the good days that are by the Brimbecombes aud is known in prison. He questions Floyd at
low construction where this is neces coming.
“ Advertising rates are
C fA G E — J. L. Laird, proprietor. D e -1
soon operate again.
as Klverett Brimbecombe,
Everett great length and then with a sob
sary, and to maintain the road in
Myrtl^Po?nLcarridng'the UnUed'fit* tes
T h e H a w ley Paper com pany of ™ Oregon country papers, and a
The major’s landslide is really becomes a young man of fashion exclaims: "You are my son!”
good condition elsewhere. Flxperi-
m»il and paaengera._____________________ ! O regon C ity will speud $ 750,000 farmer at a cost o l l r o m 10 to 50
Everett Brimbecombe, his evil
not much of an affair, but, as the and lives with a swift set.
ments in the maintenance of various
IjC S T O F F lC E .— A . F. Linegar. p o st-! e n | ,fp in g ils p a r„
mt]\ at that cent<! m ay 0,leu sel1 a horse- a sec'
road system is narrow and a stop comes engaged to Ann Shellington, end attained, visits the barge.
l master. The mails close as follows: j
ond hand m achine, or som e oth er. kinds of high wavs have also been
page anywhere will become, if not sister of a young lawyer, Horace seizes Fledra in his arms.
Marshfieid" 9 :06^a.* 11 ™ "an if^ifl5^p ! m!
thing about the place he does not ! conducted in Virginia and M ary .
Crabbe, who also covets the girl,
instantly repaired, something of a Shellington.
Bandon, way points, 8 :45 a m. Norway ,
Better Lie Low
need by putting a sm all advertise- ' ancf
disaster iu a very short time, it stirs
Crouk makes straight for Vande- attacks him. In the knife fight
p. m. Eastern mail arrives 7:30 a. m.
ment in bis w eekly paper.
| O ne o f the most important a d iv i- up feelings out of all proportion to car’s house after his release.
He that ensues both are killed.
■ 'T 5 ' —
~ 1 T h e question is
farm er’ s _______
advertising should ,ies °* <he office mentioned in the its size.
Gangs have to be called has learned that bis wife is dead this instant the Governor and Ho
City and County O fficers
Can we hunt ducks till the 0f COtuse conform to the best adver- iePor* has been the collection in from other work and hustled to the and believes that his child is gone race Shellington burst into the cab
Mayor................................... A. T. Morrison la5t 0 f this m on th , or did the open using standards; it should be very ,be Past year of data on the mil- spot at as nearly fire engine speed
too. He kidnaps Floyd and Fledra in with officers.
Treasurer.................................. R. H. Mast season end the fifteenth.
definite and absolutely truthful.”
eage of improved and unimproved as lumbering repair carts and Gov with the aid ol Lem Crabbe, a river beautiful adopted daughter Cather
Engineer........................ P. M. Hall-Lewis
T h e Federal law says that it ends
roads Ihrougnout the country and ernment horses can accomplish. A pirate, whose crony he has become. ine accompanies them.
the expense incurred for road hose cart and service engine help Although Cronk does not know it, flings herself into Horace’s waiting
Night Marshal.................Oscar WicKham ' be *5lh> while the State
Traffic studies on a out the simile.
Water Superintendent S. V. Epperson , the 30th. A state law is not sup-
it was Crabbe’s “ woman’’ who arms; while the Governor reminds
number of important roads have
Councilmen—Jesse Bvers, C. T. Skeels posed to conflict with a rcderal
years before thrust the baby, now Cronk ol the court room scene.
The annual report of the Office
C. I. Kime. Ned C.Kelley, W . H. Ly- )a w , s0 there’s the
also been made in order to deter then, always, of course, at the most Everett Brimtiecombe, into the port Then he tells him everything.
ons, 0 . C. Sanford. Regular meetings
mine the traffic in ton miles before inconvenient time, slides down over j hole of the Brimbecombe’s yacht, Cronk, learning that Catherine is in
first and third Mondays each month, stand.
ment has jus! issued for the fiscal
and after improvement.
This af the road, is composed of gravel and Vandecar’s children g r o w up reality the child he mourned as
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1 Y o u can shoot ducks under the
Justice of the Peace
J. J. Stanlev
year ended June 3 30,
0 . 1915,
«915 an- |
fords a basis for calculating the loose conglomerate rock, streaked amidst the rough environment of dead and for whose loss he took
Constable............ ...............H. W . Dunham Stale law hut in doing so you are
nounces the incorporation into the
’ amount of money each community with yellow slippery clay. There the rivermen.is Flunkey and Flea., such terrible vengeance, loses his
James Watson laying yourself liable to arrest by a
office of the work in farm drainage,
Commissioners— W . T. Dement, Geo. J. [ fed e ra l warden, and if that hap-
may profitably spend upan the im is a great to-do ta shovel it off. ; Flea develops into a remarkably ] mind. He is placed io a sanitarium
irrigation, and architecture
provement of its roads. Numerous Meantime the engine has been set J pretty girl. Crabbe wants her for where he will be taken care of. The
Robt. Watson per,* yo u will be tried under the
work was transferred to the Office!
Allred Johnson. Jr. p ederal law and will lik ely receive
tests of materials used in road up and a heavy stream of water at ' his “ woman” after the code of the mystery now being all cleared up,
,jr_..T. M. Dim in lc k
of Public Roads under the act of 1
building have also been conducted. ! 70 pounds pressure is played on the j bargemen. Floyd and Fledra de- j there is a happy minion at the
T. J. Thrift a heavy fine.
Congress dated March 4, 1915, j
Raymond E. Baker
T h e best way out o f it is to oil
— From Weekly News Letter of U. earth above, so as to wash down as ] cide to run away. Fledra cuts her Governor’s home and the engage
ment of Fledra and Horace is an-
which reorganized the department
S Department of Agriculture
F. E. Wilson your shotgun and put it aw ay, tell
much of the stuff s s possible while hair and dons boys’ clothes. Their I notinced.
in certain important features
I>r. U alter Culin hunting stories aud wait until next
they are at it and thus lengthen the
order that the new organization1
nuisance as best he may, because
Grants Fass people state line they
N ovem ber before you again pursue
might be actually under way at the , Japan has had a great shipbuild- interval to the next slide; but at the expense of digging away the started witn $200,000 bond issue
Societies will get the very best
the elusive duck.
commencement of the fiscal year inv boom and on account of its su- that the Hill sometimes fools them hill or replacing the road elsewhere wi„ ^ comple,rd by Twohy Bros (
PH I N T I N G
Lvon* & Jooeg aie agents for th«1 * 9 |6* ,lle Office of Public Roads! perior quality Douglas fir is being and slides off soon afterward in forbids a permanent cure,
who have-laken it over to Crescent
the office of Coquille Herald
Nemo Corset Just received sou.e took over this new wotk on April used extensively, though it costs quito another spot
new styles. Call and see them.
Since that time drainage inves- 70 per cent more than native pine. I Maj. Fries has to eudure this '
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