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BANDON, OREGON, NOVEMBER 4, 1909
. MUST 5Er»i TERN
Much Money for Irrigation
Man of Much Money Wiil
and Good Roads Work
Mingle With People of
Served to Portland Commer
Will Probably be
Gompers, Mitchell and Mor-
cial Club and Highly
Heads of Coos County Schools
Met at Marshfield Last
rison Must Go to
IL C. Ostien was in Marshfield
Portland, Or., Nov. 2 —Extensive
Ba. odn is to have a billionaire
wh. re he attended a c.in
irrigation works are likely to follow
present next week. His name is
the railroads now being built into
J. Custis .Moneychap and lie will be
of the county.
visible to the naked eye on Thurs
Among those present were Super
portation for that section of the state
day and Friday evenings at the
MAKES BANDON BOOSTERS
BOYCOTT CASE DECISION ANNOUNCED Opera House where he will help BEST OF MACHINERY TO BE INSTALLED Raab of North Golden
Bend; Anderson of
| Secretary Ballinger and he will take
the students of the high school in
Coquille; Shepman of Myrtle Point;
up various undeveloped projects in
paying for the school piano. Mr.
Ostien of Bandon, and Principals
Oregon with the Reclamation Ser
Moneychap is “Father’’ in the
Work on the rebuilding ot the Grubb of Northbend and Mont
Concerning the butter sent to vice in the near future.
XVashington, Nov» 2 -The Dis new musical play, “Father and the
Cody mill is progressing very gomery of Marshfield.
Portland for use of the Portland
Oregon will get its full share of t'ict Court of Appeals today af- Game;” “the Game” is football,
rapidly and it is hoped by those in
Commercial Club, as was an benefits under the National reclama firmed the decree of the Suprc Te
Among the things discussed were
The billionaire tries to rescue the charge to have the building inclosed
noun ceil in the R ecorder some tion law, declares the Secretary of Court of the District of Columbia
of the Frye
students of the school from the by December 15th. The dock is the date and conditions
time since, the Portland Telegram the Interior.
oratorical contest, the program to
In addition to the adjudging President Samuel Goin
of October the 20th has the following amounts heretofore allotted, this pers, Secretary Frank Morrison and dangerous lure of the sport and now nearly all reconstructed and be followed in the county with r<-
gets over the danger line himself. work of installing the heavy timbers
state will be entitled to $2,700,000 by vice-president John Mitchell of the His “moral destruction" is
ac for the main mill is proceeding rap gard to tilt state debating league.
“Ten pounds of butter, the gift of 1912. Secretary Ballinger plans to • American Federation of Labor,
Athletic regulations also came in
the Bandon Commercial Chib, was set to work on some of the un guilty of contempt of court in the complished by the efforts of the idly. flits part of the mill will b< for their share of discussion and gen
manager of the team anil his able 50 x 260 anil will be built with ex
received this morning by the Port developed projects in this state as Buck Stove and Range case. Chief
ssistants on the team anil along ceedingly heavy timbers with the eral rules for the governing of .ill
land Commercial Club and served to soon as the necessary funds become Justice Shepherd dissented from the
the side lines.
Even Mr. Ethan idea of great strength and durability. contests were mapped out.
members at luncheon. Beside each available.
opinion of court on constitutional Allen Tuttut, the billionaire s prim
These meetings are a source of
be rushed as rapidly benefit to the schoolmen as they
plate was laid a typewritten flip of
The building of railroads into the
and sedate private secretary, sue
paper reading as follows:
The court held that the fundamen cumbs to the spirit stirred up by as possible, and it is hoped to have have an opportunity of exchanging
interior of the state make the semi-
the mill in operation very early in views on various subjects and thus
“ ‘The butter which is used on the arid districts acces ible for reclama tai issue was whether the executive
the students and the faculty also
tables today has been sent to the tion projects. Just what district agencies of the government should I
developing many schemes for the
The machinery, which was order bettering of the county scho >ls.
Portland Commercial Club, by the will be benefited first by new ir be obeyed or defied The mere fact feels obliged to be on hand at the
game when the referee's whistle
ed from the Ellis Saw Mill Ma
Bindon Commercial Club, There rigation works has not been an that the defendants were officers of
is now being carried into Bandon nounced.
chinery Oo. of Milwaukee, Wis.
organized labor in America, said the
It takes two acts to complete will arrive in about sixty days. The
Lives but Short Time
from the south, within a distance
Better roads for this state is the court lent importance to the cause the renovation of Mr. Moneychap’s
of 16 miles, over half a million object of the Oregon Good Roads and added to the gravity of the situa
machinery is all of the very heaviest I
pounds of butter fat. nearly every Association, formed here curing tion but should not be pei initted to prejudices The first is in the par kind m: nufactured and is made
zX beautiful baby girl was born to
lor ot the billionaires's Bandon home w iih the special object of being equal Mr, and Mrs. R. M. Pressev last
pound of which finds a ready market the past week with a strong mem- influence the'result.
where the students liave been in- to the occasion, with the heavy Thursday but the little flower lived
in San Francisco, to which point it berslup. The association will work
“If an organization of citizens,
is sent by boat, Work has been for good roads legislation uniform however large,” the court held, vited to listen to a philanthropic timber of the Pacific coast.
only a short time, and on Tuesday
commenced on a railroad running plans ol improvement throughout “may disobey the mandates of the project evolved by Mr. Money-
The plant is to be modern in of this week, she parsed out of this
down the coast upon which the the st.ite and the collection of court, the same reasoning» would chap. The second act is in “the every particular and when com life. The funeral and interment
jungle’’ just a short distance from pleted will be one of the very best wete Wednesday afternoon at the
milk w ill hereafter be forwaarded to money fcr road building.
It is render them subject to ind virtual the foot ball field.
Bandon instead of by wagon’
mills on the entire coast. The ca Bandon cemetery.
Mr. anil Mrs.
plann d to collect a fu: d of $15, defiance. Both are subject to the
As in “Saving the Carne'’ Carl pacity of the new mill will be some Pressey have the sincere sympathy
The gift of a nature touching th« 000 during the next two years and law anil neither is above it If a
r'glit spot and occasioned favorable engage a competent road engineer citizen though lie may honestly be- R. Moore, the author has attempt what greater than that of the old of a large circle of friends in their
comment. Expressions ot opinion who shall direct all road work in 1 we his lights have been invaded, eil a portrayal of life as lived by anil the equipment throughout will time of great bereavement.
the yong people of Bandon, not be the best that money can buy.
convey the impression that when the the state, Much good is expei
■eteri may elect when and to what exlent I
much as it is, but rather as it
opportunity offers the butter pro to result Irorn the formation of
Anyone who has not been keep
the »lie will obey the mandates of the
Notice of Dissolution
duct of Bandon will be individually association.
ing tab on the progress of the work
court and requirements of the law as
boosted by the members of the club
interpreted by the court instead ot tendencies were strongly empha would really be surprised to see the
— occ -
The partnership heretofore exist-
to which the butter was sent.”
pursuing the orderly course of ap sized. He has tried painatakinglv big showing that has been made in
under the nanie of Dopp and
In this connection it might be
Whist Party a Success
peal, not only the courts but th
is this first ilay of October
addeil that the dairy business around
the progress will be greater, and
government itself would become
1909 dissolved bj mutual
Bandon is consequently on the in
powerless and society w mid be re spirit which makes him different more apparent each day than it has
consent. XV. H. Dopp to assume
crease, and indications now are that
from the Ameri an of the east, been here-to fore.
duced to a state of anarchy.’’
all debts and receive all accounts
the Bandon Creamery will be able by Ocean Rebekah Lodge Friday
The action of the Supreme Court
to churn enough butter this w inter
cf the District of Columbia sentenced the individual which is usually
XV. H. D ope ,
to supply the local trade, which will
blended with a loyalty to American
Gompers Mitchell and Mor.
H. E. J ames .
ideals, patriotic, scholastic or other-
be the first time in its history that
twelve, nine anti six tnoni
such has been the case during the Twenty hands of whist were played prisonmeut in jail, respective! W.i wise,
The dialogue has been
Lee Brown, former purser on the
winter months. There will probaby and when it was finished it was the result of the failure of these written in a vein of kindly satire, Wilhelmina, which plies between Grange Meeting Saturday
be twice as much winter milking in found that C. E. Hollopeter and three defendants to obey the order which brightens the best features here and Coo? Bay has fallen heir
this section this winter as there was Mis. R. XV. Boyle were tied for first the court directing them to desist of our western life and pokes 'un to $.80,000 according to as article in
J 11st as ■ e go to press we were
last, and if the same ratio of increase place with forty points each, and in from placing the Buck Stove and at the bad ones. To make the the Portland Telegram. Mr. Brown
can be kept up for a few years, the drawing lor the prize Mrs. Boyle Range Company of St . Louis on •‘local color’’ more striking an did not advise any of his friends here notified that the Bandon Grange
winter dairy business would be a was the lucky one. Mr. Boyle won the “Unfair” list in prosecution effort has been made to utilize as or at Coos Bay of his good fortune, will meet Saturday Nov. 6th in
Concrete Hall. A prominent mem
the other prize with some points. of their boycott against the corpora far as possible the everyday speech
big industry in these parts. "
consequently it comes an an agree
That Bandon creamery butter is After the games a short program tion.
ot the southwestern Oregonian, lull able surprise to all. He was at one ber of the order from Coquille
or Myrtle Point will be present at
growing in popularity is fully evi was rendered, and then followed the
of unfathomable slang but of a time purser on the Alliance.
the meeting. All members of the
denced by the growing dem mil for
picturesque strength that appeals lowing is what the Telegram says:
Grange and any who desire to join
the same, and with the Portland The tables were most tastily deco
to the student of dialects and sec-
“Among the passengers on the
should be in attendance.
Commercial Club boosting enthusias rated u ith the (lowers of Oregon.
steamship Alliance, Captain Parsons,
tically for the Bandon butter as well
The score of the opera has been arriving from Coos Bay were E. L.
as other products ot this section, and the room was lighted by means Donald Charlston and others is inak pronounced superior to that of Brown and II. XV. Skinner, ex
there is every reason to think there of Japanese lanterns which had a ing a new survey of the Smslaw with “Saving the Game” and contains pursers of the Alliance. Mr. Brown
the idea of government aid for the many melodies of the whistleable recently fell heir to $80,000, left him
will be something doing all the time very pretty effect.
Carl Garoutte and Miss Leah
port. The government turned the sort. In the lyrics an effort has by relatives in California. He will
at this place.
inly the Rebekahs can sene and at Siuslaw down once, but since they been made to produce something remain in Portland for a day or so Boak were quietly married last even
a late hour all departed for their have organized a port commission of lasting merit. Mr. XValker, the when he will leave for Seattle on a ing at 8’co o'clock at the residence
K. of P. Ball
of the officiating clergyman, Rev. A
homes, voting it one of the most and gong to work for themselves, organizer of the Bandon grange business trip.”
successful social events of the sea- the power behind the throne has re said that “Oregon’’ had just the
The wedding was a very quiet af
• right tone and he hoped to see it for dramatic productions in which
Delphi Lodge No. 64 K. of P.
there being no guests present
The government will help every: published in some periodical having there is music. For several weeks
have cards out announcing their
the necessary number of
Eastern Star Domino Ball port where local people will help i a state-wide circulation
Other past the students nave ben rehears
fifteenth annual grand ball, which
themselves. —This is something to numbers of considerable merit both ing the play and their work has been witnesses.
will be given in Timmons’ Hall Sat
These young people are very
be temembered and should stir peo m lyrics and music are: “Lucille so satisfactory so far that the
urday evening Nov. 13th. This is
The lccal Eastern Star lodge will
in Bandon, and their many
always one of the leading social give a Domino dance Thanksgiving ple along the Coquille to action in from Coquille,” “It you ever see a faculty does not hesitate to promise friends will join in extending
events of the season, and is looked night, to which the public is invited. the matter of establishing a port foot bah game,’’ “A night it: June," all those interested in the school and gratulations and best wishes.
“Down near Mobile,” The man educational work in general a good
forward to with great anticipations This will be one ot the leading commission.
wh< has the coin," “Lovelight,” time if they attend the performances.
by dance lovers.
social events of the season and will
“Spookey XVoods” “Oh you kiddo, They are certain to laugh a great
no doubt be largely attended.
with the bunch of grit,” and others. many times while they are there and
There are nineteen numbers in all, also to whistle or hum the songs on
The Iles Company arrived in Sunday November "th
On Wednesday Nov, loth at 2
All kinds of draying and transfer-
including the overture and the in the way home.
m. the ladies of the Episcopal
FOR SALE—mill wood
“Kindling a Fire,”
Preaching strumental introduction to the second
Remember the dates: Thursday
Guild begin a series of whist tourn
rom Cody’s mill $2.00 per load.
7:30 p. m. Subject: “ The Deadly act.
and Friday evenings, Nov. 11 and
aments at K. of P. hall. Score cards
Cod sold and delivered at lowest here all tin’s week including Sun X’iper. These sermons are adapted
It is conceded by all who 12. Reserved seats 50 cents. Gen
day night and will give an excellent
15 cents, • Refreshments 10 cents.
J. Jenkins, Prop.
worked with them that the eral admission 25 cents. Tickets
reportoire of plays.
Prizes will be given.
! high school students (Hissess more on sale at Mars’ Confectionery.
are glad to see their smiling ful to all who hear them.
Buy your first quality white ctdar countenances once more and they
the average aptitude loi
Adver'ise in the R ecorder and
shingles from the I-stabrook Co. t are being accorded a good patronage
M. E. C oen , Minister. [amateur theatricals and especially
The Rt?< order oney«wr for ¿1.50 you will get results.