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VOLUME XXIX '
BANDON, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1913
fjMr - ,
Friendly Suit Instituted to
Determine Legality of
County Attorney L. A. Liljcqvist
will within a sliott time commence a
friendly suit in court to annul the
Port of Coqnille River, with the hope
in view ol settling for aM lime the
validity ol the port.
Although it seems in the course of
events that this proceedure U nei'es
sary, yet it ceitiinly is not right
that it should he, as when the people
have spoken so plainly on a subject
as they did n the p irt commission
question, there should be no reason
lor having to put it through the
courts, as the people's will should
always be paramount.
The port commission carried by
a majority ol 2 to i in the entire
district and in disrricts most vitally
interested it c irried by 3 or 4 to 1.
Thus the people have spoken and
1 heir desires should be recognized,
but if under the law and existing
conditions it is necf-rsary to go
thiough the courts, then the quick
er it is done, the better for all con
cerned, so the port commissioners
can get busy and do the work they
are planning upon.
Oswald Gets First Sheet.
.S.-imnfes of the first sheet of null)
ever made from yellow fir and this
from mill waste, have been sent to
Governor West from C. A. Smith
ol the C. A. Smith Company, which
has built a pulp m!'' in connection
with the company's big plant at
Marshfield. "I am satisfied you
will be pleased to know that the
fust pulp mill ever built in the United
States for the purpose of producing
pulp exclusively from sawmill waste
is this one built by our compiny at
Marshfield," writes Mn Smith.
"We naturally hive been veiy
anxious, and still are. as to the ulti
mate results of his -irinv years of
study, and believe tint we are now
in position to stile that we have
reason to hope that our expectations
ol producing a splendid qif'ii c'
eommeicial pulp at a low cos. from
this waste v" be fully' prized in
the veiy ne r future.'' Coqu'Me
We w"l have evetihmg when the
Tillamook arrives, so wait for the
greatest display of jewelry ever
seen in the city, which we will at
cost. Morton & Whalen, the Jewel
ers, next to telephone office. 9912
Several months ago James Ben
nett, chiet engineer at the u. A.
Smith mill, was notified that he wps
heir to several million dollars, a pait
of an "tale left by an uncle in New
York City. Word hrs now been
received that peisons living in South
Bend, Ind., claim relation and have
started proceedings to secure a part
of the fortune. Coqnille Sentinel.
The Coos Bay Ice & Cold Stor
age Company are prcparetl to take
Steelhead Sainton, Arrangements
are being made to have the S. S.
Dispatch gather up the fish. 96(4
C. B. eek has i furivshed and 1
unfurnished modern houses for rent
on Pacific Avo.3 furnished rooms
on Franklin Ave, i large unfurnish
ed house, modern, near ball grounds
also some bargains in lots close in.
Facts Remain the Same.
It begins to lor-k as though the
citizens ol the ncrth end of the
county were going to contest the late
election on the gr.niuds that iwu
precincts sent in the teturns by mail.
Surely these penile understand
that the v le itself has nothing to
do with building of the bridge only
insofar as expi easing public opinion
to the county court. Should the
election be knocked out on techni
cal grounds, the lacts would remain
the same, that the people were in
favor by a big majority of the county
court building a conctete bridge.
Gold Beach Gloie.
Social Club Meets.
The Seaside Sccial Club met with
.Mm, Tucker Friday afternoon. A
delicious luncheon was served con
sisting of salads, warm bread, pickles,
cake, coffee, and mince pie. A
general good time was enjoyed by all.
Those present were: Mcsdames
Barr, Hriggs, Eaton, Grandma
Gross, Wyant, Tracy. G Hill,
Iloyt. Rogers, Nygren, Gross,
W 'tleder, Tucker, Lea, and Missfs
Susie Hill and Florence Wyant.
The club decided not to meet
again until after 'he holidays, when
Mis. Hill will enterliin the club.
Lecture Course At ranged.
The proposed free lecture course
by Oregon University for Coos
county cities has been completed,
taking in Bandon, Coqnille, Myrtle
Point, Marshfield and North Bend.
Professor A. F. Reddie wi'l make a
circuit of the live towns during the
Christmas holidays; Dr. Ciifton
Fremont Hodge will make them
during the fourth week in January;
on the open sea in a ship's boat Dr.
Gilbert will go during the spring
vacation. Coqnille Sent hie'.
Look and Read.
As this will not run forever.
I have the exclusive sale of 80 ol
the finest Resident Lots in the City
of Bandon, that I am going to place
on the market for a short time at the
following prices, $75.00 and $100.00.
each with $25.00 additional for cor
ner lots, these lots are all cleared,
not only slashed and burned but
cleared ready for the building and
garden, and not only that but I can
make you the best oi terms at the
regular cash priced, and wait I have
something that I want n whisper
and that is that the ',,st hold-hack-street
obstractionist- died lere last
suinmei and they have a nice street
with good wide sidewp'ks right up
to this addition, sell of cou..e 'hey
will f-ell and if you want to get the
first pick you will have to hurry.
And here !s r lother that you must
not overlook if you want somelh!,"
on the ground floor for business lo's
I haves'x lots left north of the old
woolen ini'l-that are coming to the
Iront fpst. one for$Co, one for $450
two for 550.00 each and i.vo 'r
$S5o 00 each, the 'st two hive
street wo k done excepting 'hesid
walk, now if you want terms I can
give you te..n on these lots also.
Acreage did you say, why sure
from $30.00 up and it is good to or
I would not be handling it, one
houis walk from the Post Office not
out 8 or ten miles, not out in the
foot hills but on the county road.
I used to have 6 or 8 Fire Insur
ance Companies in the office but got
to thinking one good one would be
bettert I got the Hartfoivl Fire In
surance Company and I found 1'was
right so will you it you investigate.
Let us Hk it over.
E. E. OAKES,
The Pioneer Land Merchant of
Picked Up By the Grace
Dollar For the Bandon
London, Dec. 15. The arrest of
Mrs. Pankhurst at Dover today led
to sensational and unprecedented
scenes at the Royal Opera House
Convent Garden, where the king,
queen and other royalities weie
present to witness Joan of Arc.
At the conclusion of the first act,
three women occupying a box
opposite that in which their majestic
were seated, arose, one vigorously
waving large banners '"cribed
'Women are behig tortured in your
m.ij'ties prisons," while another
showered thousands of leaiiels on
the people below and the third us'ng
a megaphone, protesting to the'r
majesties against Mrs, Ppikhursts
St. Louis, Dec. 15. Joseph H.
Young has resigned asl president of
the Northwestern I P' lines to ac
cept a position with an eastern rail
way company, the 'Jentity of which
is withheld tot the present.
Mexico City, Dec. 6. Reports
received here r.ard'ng Admiral
Fletcher's actions at Tampico yes
terday have aroused strong resent
ment in government circles and there
is a strong rerson to be''eve that
emphatic protest w"I be nnde to
Washington. If it has not p'ready
been made. The complaint wi'l say
that Admiral Fletcher not only used
threats to prevent the Mexicin g un
boats assistance in the defense of
the city from rebel attack, but that
he also maneuvered his warships at
the mouth ol the .IVr'co River
as to prevent the Mexican boat
"Vera Cruz" from landing trcops,
arms and ammunition from noon
yesterday until four o'clock in the
Proposed New Tax Law.
' To levy 1 special tfx on a'l per
sons or corporations owning Innd
or nitt"."1 r -ourc rs sed at
$25,01 5 'id over, '"s the purpose ol
a proposed graduated sur-' "x amend
ment lo section .IX of 'he site con
sti.jtion; a copy of which, w; s fed
in 'he office of the secre'it of state
The proposed Mx is for state pur
poses. The prop: -ed amendment,
which is to be placed .upon the
ballot for the next generp' election
under the initiative, says:
"To provide 1 pait.of such re
venue the following P"iual gradu
ated spec'fic ix' - are hereby levied
on the assessed values of land ?nd
"Upon eveiy person owning laud
and natural resources and interest
herein the total assessed value of
which is greater than $25,000, 50
cenis on each $100 aboue $25,000
and not above $50,000; $1 on each
$100 above $50,000, pnd net above
$75,000; $2 on each $100 above
$75,000, and not above $100,000;
$3 on each $100 on all above
It provides that if any pct.on or
corporation shall attempt to evade
the payment of the ix by making
dummy transfers of property or
otherwise, the land shall be for
leited to the stite for the benefit ol
the common school tend. Coquille
H. A, Cox of Lnglois is up visit-'
ing his son Geo. Cox and family.
Gets Decision Over Myrtle
Point in That City Friday
N i g h l.
The Bandon High School debat
ing ! tea 111 won the debate from
Myitle Point at the laiter city Fri
day night, getting a two to one de
cision. The Bandon team was composed
ol Jack Kronenberg, Petri Ctaine
ami Stella Shields . id each one is
dese; inw of g. t pra'se- lor the
evcell- it nr iner in which they
handled 'heir subject
The Myit'e Point te n did ex
cellent work and were'we11 prepared
on IheV side of the subject, which
adds a" the more glory to the Ban
don young people for winning..
The qu f'on for discussion was,
Resolved: That there should be one
president'''' teuii of six yeirs, in
stead of our pr cut system. Ban
don had the negative. The de
baters were accompanie t by Supt.
II. L. Hopk'ns, pnd Mis. J. L.
Kronenberg, who wit along to
chaperon the yorng !'dies. -Mi;s
Edna Ga'her a'o went on the trip
as a guest of Mr;- Kronenberg.
This debate w 'he fn.n high
school debate of the sev.son, and
Bandon haii T won it' will debate
the winner of the Coo" Bay . side.
Marshfield and Noi h Bend will tty
for honors, probanlv immediately af
ter the holidays and Bandon will
then meet the winner for she cham
pionship ol Co ejunty.
The del te is -lied on different
ly this year than ever before, as
here-to-foro eich school in the
coui'.ty had two teams and the de
bates were p'l held on one night.
Coquille is not in the debating cir
cuit til's year, consequently there is
only Marshfield. North Bnd, Myitle
Point p-h! Bandon,
Portland, Or., (Special) Dec." 16.
The Pacific Internationr' Live
stock Exposition flrng open i por
tafs at the Port'and Union Stock
Yards for the third time last week in
its annual show, wi'h 'he most bril
liant; and representative field of en
tries in a" clrsses,- individuals, herl's
and'carlo.id lo's that !" ever been
assembled in th's section of the
Stock that has never 1" iou .1 what
it is to have (heir colo rs lowered hi
defeit on this eontinent or h the
United Kingdom, ani na's that have
swept everything in 'he ' way of
awards at the International Livestock
Show at Chir.tgo, the National
Dairy Show at Chicago, at state and
district fails without number were
represented in that magnificent
symposium of livestock aristocracy.
Poriland was the mecci for a'l
livestock men last weetc. The eyes
of all stockmen of the west were
focused on Port'md. Nearly tooo
entries, not single ani-r's, but in
dividual hc-ds of vai y;ng sizes and
on up to nrload en'es, were listed
with the exposition 'hat made the
value 1 an we'1 up into millions.
An aggregate of $15,000 in prem
inms were awarded. No exposition
of its kind has ever attempted to do
so much for its community, for the
country tributiiy to it, or ior the
industry it undertikes to fosier,
Thousands visited the yards to sec
the world's finegt on exhibition and
closed lest Saturday where specie
entertiiniiK'nt had JJIieen provided
for the school children and teachers
who witnessed the awarding ol the
That the Northwest has become
the rival of the "corn states' has
been demonstrated by the first Corn
Show helil a( Pendleton, a week ago
l ist Friday. The. people ol Uma
til'a county had their first view of
real Oregon field corn. There was
corn of eveiy description: corn on
the cob, in rows and piles; com 01
stclks some of them measuring 12
feet high. There was corn in bulk,
yellow corn, white corn red corn and
several shades between. Pii.es
given by the O-W. R. it N. Co
and otheis amounted to $1000. Fu
tries from 200 individurl exhibitors
were repr- -cited
The e -l-'bit was judged by Pro
fessors Scudder, Hyslop and French
of the Oregon Agricultural College,
after which tha entire exhibit was
shipped to Port' ind pnd displayed
or a whole week by the railroad.
In Portland, thouspnds were
astonished to see the corn exhibited
in the shock, on the tj, in the
sack, in the silo and ground into
meal, this being the product of tfie
state ol Oregon, where all was spread
out in convincing profusion. And
now, Oregon, conies into the ranks
of corn growing states.
Death of R. P. Hemple.
R. P. Hemple a well known citi
zen of this community ' died Friday
morning of a complication of dis
eases, Mr. Hemple was 50 years
old and was a native of Gcrrnpiy.
He had been in Coos county about
10 years, having' lived on his farm
at Foiirm;'e for the past seven years.
Bur 1 took place at the Bandon
cemetery Saturday, Rev. C. Mayne
Knight having charge of the set vices.
G. A. R. Elects Officers.
The following ofilicers were elect
ed, for the ensuing year by B, union
Post, G. A. R. at their meeting
last Saturday: J. W. Felter, Com.;
R. F Shannon, S. V. Com.; C. B.
Zeek Adjt.; J. A. Faullls Q. M.: R.
II. Rosa, Surgeon; A. M. Suniii:r,
Chap.; W. F. Kennedy O. of Day;
M. Rowan, ol G. ; C. A. Rodgers,
Del. to Dept. Enc; II. A. Cox, Al
ternate Del. ; R. H. Rosa, Pat. Inst.
F. M Sanderlin, S. Mrj.; A. Tyler,
O. M Sgt.
P. H. Poole went up to Coquille
Fiidav on a few days business trip.
The Elks wjll give a minstrel
show at the Gi and Theatre Wed
nesday evening December 17th.
Paul Baird arrived last week from
Wisconsin and is visiting his aunt,
Mrs J. A. F.iulds. He m iy remain
for some time.
Owing to the delay of our ship
ment we are goincf to se'l at cost
when the Til'amook arrives. Mor
ton & Whale.i, the Jewelers', next
door to telephone office. ggt2
The 111p.sk ball to be given at Bank
Hall Christmas Eve by the Sons of
Veterpis, for the benefit of Bandon
Post G. A. R.. promises to be one
of the biggest and best social events
of the season. See their big posters
We will have the most complete
and up-to- date line of jewelry ip the
city when the Tillamook p-rives,
which we are going lo se'l at cost
rather than hold them ti" next' sea,
son, so wait and save 50 per cent.
Morton & Whalen, the jewelers,
next door to telephone office. 99t2.
Good beds and clevn beds at the
Old WooJen Mill Bldg. East 2nd
Street. - 9914
High School Team Will Buy
Chicken Supper for
The All Stars won the basket ball
game Friday night from the Bandon
High, School team by the scoreof
21 to 14. The All Stars were much
heavier, outweighing the high school
boys by an average of 20 pounds to
the man. thus giving them a big ad
vantage, but the game was a good
stiff one from start to finish.
The lineup was as follows; All
Stars, Boak, Watkins, Dippcl,
Gallier, Breuer. with Sidwell, Rack-
iefT and Treadgold as subs.. High
School; Windsor, Harvey, Chat-
burn, Armstrong, Sparks, with
Christensen and Stoltzas subs.
A game was also played by the
high school girls, they merely
choosing sides and playing an ex
A Show 'er Shower
A very pleasant social function
was given at the home of Mrs. A.
McNair Friday when Mrs. II. L.
Hopkins and Miss Daryl Bclat were
hostesses to a Show 'er shower in
honor of Miss May A. Fahey, who'
is soon to become the bride of Mr.
L. H. Hubbard of Waitsburg7
During the course of the eve
ning a very interesting pantomime
was put on, in which the performers
gave their version of the bride-elect
performing the tty ing ordeals of
married life. The first scene was
6:00 a. 111., the second 10:00 a. m.,
the third 12:00 111., the fourth 4:00
and the fifth 6:00 p. 111.. Each
part was very cleverly put on after
which elegant refreshments were
serveil and Miss Fahey received
many valuable and beautiful presents
Those invited besides the hostesses
and guest of honor were: Misses
Ritchie, Rodgers, Wilkins, Walker,
Klinkenbcard, Landrith, Taylor,
Belle Witcher, Gemma Witcher,
Kate Rosa, McKay, Huntington,
Haberly, Abbott and Rittie McNair,
rnd Mesdames Geo. II. Roa'cli L.
P. Nichols, C. E. Kopf. C. R.
Wade, F. J. Feeney and G. W. Rea.
Coming Siui'hy Dec. 2tst this
greatest of all features, "Satan,"
which is without exception, the
most stupendous four part produc
tion' Thes pictures seek to em
body and express a most profound,
gripping and tragic eanception of
"Satan'' the Tempter of Mankind
"going to and fro in the earth and
walking up and down in it.'
The producer has attempted to
show the work of Satan during four
periods of human history, the era
before the coming of Christ, hall
biblical, half legendary; the time of
the teaching and the passion of
Christ; the doings ol the arch-enemy,
in the middle ages and finally the
modern Spirit of Evil, still working
with the same hellish tools. buUiow
rather'the scoffing fiend in Faust
than the medieval phantom .with
horns and cloven feet. A story of
Humanity. Shown at the Orpheum
The Hot'se of Features. Sunday,
Dec. 2 1 st.
Don't forget the big mask ball at
Bank Hall Christmas Eve, given by
the Sons of Veterans for tne benefit
of Bandon Post 6. A. R.