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W. Carry a Caaaplata Las. of
F. A. MITCHEL.
(Copyrlgtit, uua. by American Preaa Amo
street and n 6 ‘ j 90
Tta a rth nd
u at the inter icction ot the c< nicy I jk » ol «C eita.*
and *A* *eetx. Il* .auth end 1» 161.77 I«*1
»W and 10 feet north
the initial goa-t of
The bare line u marked *i its e*i* by an non
rod oar inch in diameter driven below the le'e
of the ground.
Bearing of the base line north 0
degree», 05’minute* esrt. All »treat» are t>0 led
wide except *C* strret on the eart »ide ot block
three (3) which u 51 feet.
The aua and num
ber» of the block* and lot» are a» slaked upon
the ground and shown by the official plat and
»urvey thereof filed with the Clerk in and for
(. o<>» county. Oregon, and the boundary ot said
addition u the same as the boundary thereof re
corded by the original plat thereof made and tiled
with said county clerk, which record »hail be
puma facie correct in determining the boundary
of such territory »o annexed.
[hi, addition shall hereafter be
known and designated a» the Wet Bandon Addi
lion to the City of Bandon, Oregon
I hi* ocdinance will become ot full force and
effect November 5th, 1909.
Passes! Oct 4th. 1909, at a tegular quarterly
C. R WADE.
Approved this 4th day of October, ltKN.
Carpets, Rugs, Linoleum and
■tirtu Blackburu when be went to
Faria «11 recognized by every one
PRINTING OUT and
un a typical American of that class
wboue motto is, “Every tub on its owu
POST CARDS, MOUNTS. ETC
bottom." He not only considered ev
ery one beneath him, but every one
All chemical* and material* uted in
above him, bis equal No spirit of ar
the finishing of Plate*, Film* and
rogance promptest him to set himself
up above the former, nor did any false
modesty lead him to sbun the latter.
FREE USE OF DARK ROOM
He was as free with the one as with
the other. The result was that he was
AND FREE INSTRUCTIONS TO PATRONS
fupular with all.
Blackburn had risen in bls own
country from peddling farmers' house
hold ueceaalties tn a big red wagon to
mauagfug director in a large manu
Ordinance No. 140
facturing company. At thirty-five he
bad made money enough to enable him This is entitled -An ordinance Io deciare an
to oee the world, and he saw it. He
emergency, and to provide for the repair of
liked Paris and stayed there loug
Spruce street, specify the kind of iepair •nd
appropriate money therefor.1
enough to learn to converse, after a
Ordinance No. 142
fashion, in the French language, and
THE CITY OF BANDON TOES
an ordinance entitled 'An Ordinance
became interested In French society.
ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS:
providing for, regulating and requiring cement
Not being afraid of appearing at a
sidewalks on certain parts of First street in the
Section I. That whereas the projierty own
disadvantage among the better classes, ers residing on or owning property upon Spruce
city of Bandon, giving specifications therefor,
he walked in among them as if no one street between its intersections with Second and
and regulating the same.'
had a better right and remained there Fourth sheet, have spent considerable sums in
THE CITY OF BANDON DOES
because they rather liked him. “What improving the said portion of said street, and
ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS:
charming effrontery!” they exclaimed. whereas the improvement so made will be lost,
Section I. That after this ordinance shall go
“What droll humor! No one but an or entirely destroyed by the winter rains and ac into full force and effect, no sidewalk between
American could thus disregard our con cumulating waters, if the said portion of said the limits hereafter described shall be rebuilt, re
ventionalities and be tolerated among street, together with the damage already done be placed, repaued or constructed of any lumber or
n< t repaired before the winter rains commenc ; materials, or in any manner other than as follows,
and whereas if the same be not repaired until
But one morning Blackburu left after the winter is over the repair would costs m to-wit:
All sidewalks shall be 8 feet in width, and
Paris, followed by the maledictions the opinion of this council much more, perhaps shall lie at the established grade at the inside edge
of a select circle of French meu and thousands of dollars, whereas, the estimated cost and shall have a slant of two inches toward the
women who had taken him up—that of repairs at this time five hundred ($500) dollar«, ou'.ar edge.
la, be would have been thus followed and by such additional cost if rebuilt next spring
bad they known where he had gone. the same would greatly embairas the city finan
The facing next to the curb shall be six inches
cially and thereby endanger the public peace,
There were others, who knew thecause
heslth and safety, therefore in the further opinion thick and extend to a depth of one foot below
of the reversal of feellug toward him, of this council an emergency exists and the same the surface of the sidewalk. The foundation of
the corners of whose lips curved In a is hereby declared to l>e an emergency, and that the walks shall be earth well tamped, upon
polite satirical French smile. This Is this ordinance shall go into and become of full which a course of grouting five inches thick and
the way It came about:
force and effect a\ soon as passed by the com consisting of gravel and cement paste, in the ratio
of one and one, and shall be also tamped, until
Blackburn gave a dinner to the set mon council and approved by the mayor.
THE HOUSE FURNISHERS
Sec. 2. 'That Spruce street m the city of brought to a smooth surface. Upon the grouting
who had discovered In him such pi
quant American traits. Some evil Bandon, Oregon, between its intersections with in thickness The facing next to the curb shall
Second and Fourth streets, be repaired according
minded persons hinted that the reason to
the specifications hereafter provided in next be built in the same manner. The inner five
they fancied him was his dinners and section, and that the cost thereof be appropriated inches of grouting and the outer one inch of ce
his theater parties, but this never came from and paid out of the treasury of the city of ment paste, as shown in the cross-sectional draw
ing made by City Engineer C. S. McCulloch, Notice of Sale of Tide Lands
to the ears of any of the circle. The Bandon.
French are too polite to impugn any
Sec. 3. That the said portion of Spruce and filed with the city recorder October 4th,
Notice is hereby given that the State Land
one's motives to one’s face. Blackburn sheet shall be covered through the middle thereof 1909. All cement paste used in this walk shall Board of the State of Oregon, will sell to the
bad discovered in Paris an American with a layer of coarse hard rock 16 feet wide to consist of one part Portland cement, thoroughly highest bidder, at its office m the Capitol build
mixed with three parts of sharp sand and shall be ing at Salem, Oregon, on December 14, 1909,
scientist whom he had long before a depth of eight inches; that upon this rock and applied
while in a liquid state.
at 10:00 a. m., of said day, all the state's in
hired to make some Investigations for for the full width of the street between the out
side edges of the gutters on the respective sides
terest in the tide and overflow lands hereinafter
him in a process of manufacture and thereof, and for the full length of the portion
described, giving however, to the owner or own
Invited him to the dinner. The scieti above described, the said street shall be covered
All asphalt sidewalks shall be built m the ers of any lands abutting or fronting on such tide
tint tried to beg off on the plea that with a layer of fine gravel four inches deep at same manner, and ol the same materials as the and overflow lands, the preference right to pur
he had no evening dress. Blackburn the sides where there is no under layer of coarse cement sidewalks except all paste used in their chase said tide and overflow lands at the highest
Insisted, and the guest appeared in a rock, and on the middle section where the construction shall consist of 40 per cent asphalt price offered, providing such offer is made in
said course rock is placed, the same shall be and sixty per cent sharp sand and shall be ap good faith, and also providing that the land will
pepper and salt suit.
not be sold nor any offer therefor accepted for
Not even French politeness could covered with gravel sufficient to fill up and to plied while in a liquid state.
I hat the portion of streets upon and less than $5 00 per acre the Board reserving the
keep the company from turning a cold cover over the said heavy rock.
That at the edges of the said Street, there
shoulder to the scientist. The poor shall be a gutter on each side thereof, which to which the foregoing provisions apply are as right to reject any and all bids.
follows. On the extension to First street, be
Said lands are situated in Coo- county, Ore
man endured the treatment till it be gutter shall be constructed of two inch white ginning
at the west end of the plank bridge gon, and described as follows;
came unbearable, then excused him cedar or fir lumber, two feet wide and one foot thereon and extending westward to the intersec
Beginning at a point on the meander line of
self. For a few minutes after his de deep, which shall be set down in the ground or tion of the walks on both sides thereof with the the Coquille river at the northwest corner of lot
parture there was an embarrassing graveled to the top thereof.
walks upon First street. Beginning also at the 6, which said point is 1320 feet east and 1965
Sec. 4 That the cost of the atiove improve
east line of intersection of First street with Wharf feet north from corners sections 17, 18, 19 and
silence, when Blackburn said:
“In passing your Hotel de Ville to mentis hereby estimated to be the sum of Five street and continuing westward along First street 20, running thence along meander line as
day I noticed the Inscription, ‘Liberty, Hundred ($500) Dollars which sum is hereby to the east end of the plank bridge thereon at or follows, to-wit:
and set aside from any funds that near the present city hall, and upon both sides
S 84 ° e BO feet.
■quality and Fraternity.’ You talk of appropriated
may be in the city treasury to carry on the work thereof, and all walks contained therein between
S 74 0 45' e 492 feet.
equality in France, but you don't know of such repair.
the termimi named, except only crosswalks, which
North )6 feet to low water line.
the word's meaning. In America we
That as soon as this ordinance shall may at this time be constructed of lumber until
N 75 ° 15’ w 257 feet along low water line
don't try to tackle any one of these become of full force and effect the recorder is otherwise provided for by this council.
N 73 0 10' w 232 feet.
words except liberty. We never prate hereby authorized and instructed to post adver
N 80° W 137 feet.
That any person violating the pro
about equality, but we don’t judge a tisements, and give sufficient notice of the Coun visions of this act, rebuilding such walks of lum
S 100 feet to place of beginning, containing
cil’s intention to repair the said street and to ber or material other than as specified alxjve, 1.31 acres, being tide land fronting on west half
man by his clothes.’’
shall ujxrn conviction thereof before the municipal of lot 6. ser 17. T 2S, S R 14 W of W M
Having thus expressed himself, the solicit bids for such work.
6. That as soon as the bids for the court be fined in any sum not le’j than $10 nor
Appl ic at ions and bids should be addressed to
host turned the topic of conversation said Sec.
work shall be accepted by the Council, then
G. G. Brown, Clerk State Land Board, Salem,
and, Instead of permitting them to fall the mayor and recorder are hereby authorized more
Sec. 4. While enforcing the repair of side
Oregon, and marked "Application and bid to
Into a bad humor with him. kept them to enter into a contract for the construction of walks on the portions of the street above-named purchase tide lands ”
well entertained and invited them to such repair immediately, the same to be com it shall be the duty of the city marshal to require
G. G. BROWN.
another dinner to tie given two weeks pleted, before the heavy rams begin this fall, be all repairs to be made in accordance with the 39-1 Of
Clerk State Land Board*
hence, when he promtsed to present a ing the season of 1909, and by such contract above specifications and prevent repairs of any
Dated this Sept. 28, 1909.
The Real Estate Man
friend whom he was sure they would binding the City for the payment of such im different nature.
like. All accepted, and the party broke
such bid, not exceeding however the sum of neer to have charge and general supervision of
up with much gayety.
$500 hereby appropriated therefor.
the walks when so constructed, and to see that
When a fortnight had passed they re
Passed Oct. 4th, 1909.
all dimensions and specifications herein ordained
AMERICAN GREATEST WEEK 1 A
assembled to admire the American’s
C. R. WADE.
shall be complied with.
originality, eat his viands and drink (Seal)
T oledo , onio
Passed Oct I Hh, 1909.
his wines He presented to them M.
/Xpproved this 4th day of October, 1909,
C. R WADE.
The Best Known Newspaper in the United States—Circu-
de Pierres, a Frenchman like them
Mayor of Bandon
selves. who was faultlessly dressed,
Approved this 15th day of October, 1909.
lation 200,000—Popular in Every State
STEPHEN GALLIER. Mayor
whose hair had been treated with curl
ing tongs and whose mustache was
The 74tli year of its oxintence finds the Toledo Blade more popular than
carefully waxed. M. de Pierres was
at any period of its remarkable career. It is now read each week by more
Ordinance No. 141
not a communicative man—indeed, bis
II you wish a bottle cold--.
than a million people. Its field is not circninscribed by state boundaries
Thu 1» an ordinance entitled “An Ordinance
conversation was confined to “yes” and
t>u involves the length and breadth of the United States, giving it an tin
“no.” But since his dress indicated annexing and declaring 'West Bandon Addition
questionable right of claiming to be the greatest national weekly newspaper
to the I own ol Bandon* to be a part of the
If you love the goods that's old--
that he was a gentleman he was treat City ol Bandon, and within the juruihction of,
tn the country.
Call at the Eagle.
ed by the other guests with scrupulous and to lie incorporated within the City ol Ban
The Weekly Blade is distinctly a family newspaper. The one object of
don, Coot county, alate of Oregon, puriuant to
I amt no use to sit and blink
its publishers lias always been to make it tit for the American home, for the
The only time during the dinner Section 3 of Charter of the Mid city of Ban
and of interest to every member of the family. To fulfill this put
If you really need a drink.
WINE5, LlQUoR.5 AND (¡reside
that M de Pierres used any words, don."
pose it is kept clean and wholesome. The news of the world is handled in a
Just make a sign or ring a bell.
excepting such as were monosyllables,
THE CITY OF BANDON DOES
comprehensive manner, and the various departments of The Blade are
And you bet they'll treat you right
was when the conversation turned up
ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS
edited with painstaking care. The Household page is a delight to the
on soldiers meeting death on the field
Section I. Whereas it appears that Eugene
worren and children, current aflairs are treated editorially without prejudice:
of battle. “That Is not meeting death O'Connell, W' C. Parker, James Wataon. R. S.
the serial stories are selected with the idea of pleasing the greatest number
at all,” said he. “It is being over
of fiction lovers: tlie Question Bureau is a strap book of information; the
taken by death and cut down without M. Hite, G. M Hite, H. C. Adams, Chris
Farmstead columns are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a
realizing its presence, it is another Rasmussen. Nels Rasmussen, J. D Woodruff, R.
medium for the exchange of ideas and information on farm topics. No de
W Boyle. R M Pressey, W. W Deyoe, T.
matter when cue's ending has been Anderson. A. O. Hite, Mary C. Gage. J. J.
partment is neglected, but even feature is taken care of with the idea oj
appointed to take place at a certain Stanley, O. R. Willard, W. A. Hoover, Jchn
making The Blade worth many times the price of subscription il.lMI a year
hour, of which he is cognizant, or when Bash and A. M Crawford have petitioned the
Sample copies mailed free. Address, THE BLADE. Tilled'*. Ohio.
be Is awakened at midnight from city council of the city of Bandon, Oregon, to
sleep and led to meet the antagonist incorporate West Bandon within the City of
l adies' and Children’s F urnish*
whom be knows shall vanquish him.” Bandon, Oregon, and that the said council will
There was something in the appear establish and ordain the same with full force and
ings, Men's Shirts and
and it further appearing that the said
ance of the speaker—no one could ex effect,
petition signed by the above named persons
plain wbat it was—as be said this to has been duly hied with the City Recorder, and
send cold ebills down the back of ev that furthermore, there is duly filed with the »aid
HAS A SELECT STOCK OF
ery one present. M de Pierres did not city recorder a certificate that the above person»
A LARGE STOCK OF
pursue the subject. He took up his are the owners of more than one-half of all the
glass, touched it to his lips and set It real property within the said Wert Bandon addi Mill and Steamboat Work Our
N«»wly forniflbnd large light rooms
tion, and that such certificate u »igned by T. J,
Thrift, the assessor duly acting and qualified in
“Wine, wine!" called the host. "Con and
for said Coo» county. Oregon; it i» therefore
Ntrniii H«‘«*r tin, Ikrt* Ul'lit
night, week or
found that waiter! I sent him ten min des dared by Section Two.
utes ago to bring it. 1 think be must
I hat Wert Banslon Addition to the
have gone to sleep I’ll go myself. Town ol Bandon, Coo« county. Oregon, accord SPECIAL MACHINES BUILT TO ORDER
INQUIRE AT OFFICE OF
That’s the way we do things in Amer ing to the recorded and official plat thereof be
The BANDON STEAM LAUNDRY
annexed to the City ot Bandon, be incorpi rated
ica—we do them ourselves ”
Turned Shafting. Cap and Set
within the limit» of. and be held under the juris
Rising, he left the room.
Screws. Machine Bolts. Pipe
“Monsieur.” said one of the guests to diction of all the city law,, charter, ordinance»,
and Fittings, Brass Work
and regulation», including police, sanitary,
M de Pierres. “I suspect your name rules
and any and all power» which any
ba* beeu changed In the spelling If officer, may enforce in any other part ol the city,
Carrie* a fine line of
I mistake not. you are M do Paris." and that the citizen» ot Mid addition be entitled
"I am.” replied the man addressed.
to all the right,, privilege, of suiterage o» other
Shop in Connection
“M. de Parts!" gasped one of the privilege, the Mme as the citizen» of ary other Pattern
ladles "Why. he is the executioner!” and all part, ol thia city.
I hat in determining the location ol
• lull line of
The party broke up. The host did
AGATES CUT AND POLISHED
the mid Wert Bandon Addition, the initial point
Bring your vor«
not return to see the effect of his in of the »urvey u the one-quaiter section comer on
MILS SARAH COSTELLO
TREES, BERRIES, ETC.. ETC.
troduction of a man In fine clothes to the south bounsiary to section 25, towuhip 28
Agate Jewelry Made to Order
Nice denn r Minis ’-’ft and 50c h
Price» lower than others
French society lu ten days l-e was south ol range 15 weat ol the Willamerte Men
25 a week . #5 «month
■obnobtotng with the kbedlve of dian tn Coo» county, Oregon.
The baae line 1» on the center line off * A*
to T hs R kcobder
OREGON I M. G. 1*01 IL AGENT
Bandon Drug Co
Siock is the
largest we have
ever carried and our new goods are
now in and prices are lower than
Fine Rockers at $2.25 and $3.00
Big line of Morris Chairs, 1 runks and Valises and a fine
line to select from
Our new Couches are just in.
and see them
Woodruff & Turner's
1)0 YOU WANrl
Do you want to buy a farm or
some city property?
Do you want to sell your farm
or city property?
Do you want to insure your
property in a reliable coin-
Do you have any wants in the
real estate or insurance line?
A big list of property to sell.
Your choice of seven insurance
Anything else you want.
The El Dorado
THE TOLEDO BLADE,
Rasmussen Bros., Props
Alvin Munck, Prop
& Machine Shop
Toys, Notions, Dishes,
Wines, Liquors & Cigars
Coos Co. Nursery