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BANDON, OREGO:NOVEMBER 11
LOTS OF MAÎL
FOR COOS COUNTÍ
HAAS TO COME
J uA i i't U if
Electric Line Man So
Three Thousand, Two Hun
dred Pounds Leave Rose
burg in Single Day
ÍAKES APPEAL FnOft-
Of i .
STATE Government Exp
rt and C.
italist Inspect Ore Depos,
Near Myrtle Point
Degree Staif Put on Work
forms A. M. Ross of
Captain Panter Will Appeal
to Supervisor of In
Held by Oregon Develop-
The M . rtle Point Entirpri • ays
At .Myrtie Point Last
The Coquille \ alley Sentinel savs
As an idea of the amount ol mail
"Myrtle Poin’ was visited h
hat comes to Coos county daily it
• ment League
urday by Di, David T. Dav. w lv
might be stated that on Monday
verdict of the investigation into th<
morning Nov. 1st, when all mail
of the geological survey’ in Vi .is!«
oquifle-Wolverine collision. The
started to coming over the Myrtle
of th * inspectors is that Cap
TO CLOSE PRELIMINARIES MONOAY Point road, there were 3200'pound«
tain Panter be suspended ior a temi
of mail left Roseburg for this
tady, N V., where there is va ry < x
of sixty day« and that Captain Wil
count]?. At this rate the mail com
tensive manufacturing pl mts for
lard be suspended for a period of
ing into Coos county in a year
Portland. Or Nov 9—Under th ■ electric machinery
The Coos Bay Times of Tuesday
It is understood that
would be 5S4 tons anil in the winter
On last Th ir d ly .1 out twtnty thirty days
banner of the Oregon Development
has the f< Ilowing to say in connec-
time when catalogue houses etc, are
n tn'>' ■« of De’phi Lodge No 64 Captain Pa.iter will appeal to lohn
League, the state has never taken . gather information in regard to the
tion with the proposed (Joos Bay
.sending out their circulars the
rc team thei eof Birmingham of
ct nstitutin .’ 1
more decided forw .rd movement possibility of developing p' itinu :n
and Roseburg electric line:
amount would be much more, so it
f in community publicity than now. ¡mines along the toast, he having
"While in Portland, I met Mes
is safe to say that at least 600 tons
he Thiid degrei for the lod eat grounds that in suspending him the
W-.tJi the \ irious cities thoroughly : ound that important mineral n
srs Jacob, Haas and J. II. Somers
of mail will come to this county in
that place.. The Noble Knights inspectors bring in charges which
aroused and actively al w< rk to ad- samples ent him from Salm n
and they assured me they would be
the course of a year, The mail
left here on the noon boat and ' were not preferred against him in
I vance their interests, the <>utlo >k i« j Mountain and from the b'ta k - i:i
on the next Breakwater to push the
contractor will certainly earn his
went to < oquille. After leaving ' the original complaint.
very bright. Never h is there been I sent from Bandon, while he had
Roseburg and Coos Bay electric
The captain is very much incensed
money in carrying it over the
Coquille they broke down eveiy
. a stronger advertising pulse through j charge of -the goveri ment mineral
line through.” said A. M. Ross, a
mountains, especially in the winter
boat on the up river, bui finally by igainst the inspectors for th . ir man
out the state, There i: a determina ; display at the Lewis and Clark ex
former weil-known resident of Ooos time
the aid of the Wolverine they suc- ner of wording the verdict anil this
tion to set forth to the worl 1 the i dosition it Portland live year- ago.
Bay who moved back here yester
e<l .11 getting within one mile of ^s his c mplamt to the supervisor.
manifold advantages Oregon has |o Mr. Macdonald is very much in
day with his family from Boring,
Myrtle Point and then took the He does not complain at the sus
offer to the hoine-seeker.
Ore., where they have resided for a
terested in platinum and no doubt
route in from there reaching pension as this was expected by all
During the past week, under the 1 will ma’kte an investment on a large
few months. "Mr. Haas told me
¡’hey had their vho were conversant with the case,
direction .of the Oregon Develop | scale if thev find encouragement the city after dark,
they had been unexpectedly delayed
supper and went to the lodge hail but he does object to new charges
in their arrangements by the illness
Conducted by Frank. F. Eddy, ment League, remarkable meetings It is a good omeu to miners «I and were treated royaily by the being introduced by the inspectors
I have been held in various parts of , dongjjy? coast that so able a n: .n
of one of their principal men, but he Master of Bandon Grange.
After the degree themselves.
was nearly well and they expected
Well the weather man is on our ■ the state. Tremendous interest has las Dr. Day is to examine the min- woi k w s done, a ; big banquet was
Dave Perkins is occupying tl.<-
jeralogy of this section as lie was;«
to close* up the preliminaries Mon side. The one decent day in some j been shown everywhere.
bouse of the Coquille durin
I.ebanon raised a publicity fund ¡great help to the mining ind stry of served .in 1 on arising the next
day. Mr. Haas assured me that it three weeks was grange day.
morning at tire hotel they found Captain Panter’s enforced vacati«»,
was a go, and said that when was a good meeting and well at j of $2500 at on enthusiastic meeting. ' Oregon when making tests at Port-
money was not good as the md the pilot house of the Wolverine
they reached the Bay they would tended,
The distinguished parties
necessarily j The people of the city are vnited in ■ land.
Myrte Point 1 dge had paid the bill, «being filled by Winn ie Young,
bring sufficient evidence to assure largely given up to the completing ; the determination to exploit the re | went on down the coast. Dr. Day
• he boy« returned home Fri 1 iy Captain Willard being reduced to
the people of their faith. He inti of organization.
Brothers Strang sources of that section and are doing made a hasty test of some of the noon declarii they had been treat- ! the rating of deck hand for a short
mated that they would deposit a and Robinson journeyed down from j splendid work.
Salmon Mountain ore while h< n ,
royally and would go again period of time.
Corvallis has just organized a and announced that he was satisfied ed
large sum in one of the local banks, Myrtle Point to lend a helping han’l
never they got 1 chance.
it is also understood from him that bringing their good wives with them woman’s auxiliary that will make that there is platinum to souk ex
Under New Management
they have decided not to ask so hi true grange style Thev are cer 1 itself felt in many ways in furthering tent and he found gold, silver ..nd
much from the people here as was tainly staunch and enthusiastic mem ' the e torts of die local commercial copjxr. He proposes to g \ in
High School Play
A structions to miners as to ho > to
first proposed and now all they wish bers of the order and not only h«-l|>- club in advertising Corvallis.
The Baxter hotel, as regards
warm welcome is given newcomer-- save the platinum
is to have the right of way secured ed us but inspired us.
T :;iig r marks u- 1 Ivent of Ban- management, has again ehangei I
Silverton pe< pie .it .1 meeting din precious metals as he is satisfied t it .1 m’s sc- > i l dl-loc d dramatit pro
for them. They were enthusiastic
The next meeting wilt be on the
hands and it is the belief of everyone
the pastweek, raised a fund <f there is much of that valuable met il duction, We are to have a musical
over the outlook.”
first Saturday in December.
conver-ant with the facts in the case
Mr. Ross says that business con is also the date fixed by law bf the ever ¿.2,000 that will be still further | thrown awav in mining for gold. comedy i ' itten, acted out. and
that the change will be for the bet
ditions generally are greatly im state grange for the election of of I increased. A strong coinmeacial He •'. 11 d thaL the worl
staged b1 loci! tab ■at. r )e Bandon ter as the man who has charge, J. P
proved. He visited Yaquina and ficers for the ensuing year. The I ; club lias been organized with over mding upon Russia tor platinum High Sclr> »1 students m ike up the
Tupper, is a well known hotel
says that place is enjoying a boom, general plan of proceeding will be to, 40 members and it is promised dr , ta be used in electrical machine! v, c ist and the pr< ». lucti >a will be
111.Ill the entire country over. His
much property there being sold nave the regular session in the fore number will be raised to 100 soon. m l within ten years the supply wnl si aged for die benefit of the high
i icrsonal acquaintance
Scio and Jefferson are in line f< r be exhausted and Uncle Sam is en school piano fund.
However, he is more convinced than noon to be followed by a recess for
fhe play is comity will also act as a great draw-
ever that Coos county has them all .unch with an open meeting in the their share of publicity, having < ic 1 deavoring to find it in plentv with n , "Father and the Game, in two
ng caid for future business and
raised $600 for development work ; hi- ovvr dom tin
■ act.-, by C 1<
!i<- mi .ess of the Baxter under his
All a. e alive to
There is every indication that we ' in their section
There is no
"■ in magenient is assured. He will be
will hive a large and influential I the benefits of working together is a
:ll '¡e resent
*•••■•■• ibK isssisted in pleasing his patron
Elizabeth Sails Tuesday
Cash Burned in Fu
grange in Bandon
Now is the I state league.
>ts o the
A. Shults, who acted I as
Laidlaw is active. The develo
elves tai- c!erk at the hotel for some time
1 sell001 nave shown
ThcJ Elizabeth sailed Tuesday f r time to join and now’ is the time for 1 ' ment league <>f that 1 11.■< is on the
’ amateur since its rerpening under the new
ented along the
I iie M vrtl Point Enterprise .-.o
Sin Erancisee with 210 000 feet of those who are already* members to ' . alcyt to advert is< tlr.t put of Di.
lumber, seven cases woolen goods,
gitti and it is going ahead a- never
friends anti neighbors.
Creek country, was in town Tues ed 011 Ao -ti iL.iin their reputation
l’> hotel will also still be pre*
io bales woolen goods, five tons of
’ iay and reported tint tin-cabin m it - 1’0. e'i tnat ' ither .md the sided over by Mis. Al line a- land
butter and cheese and five tons of
Giendale, at .1 meeting i ridav,
g .me ' in i .cr. letter than "vivnie j ujy l|K| tiR. o.,erating fore; will re
merchandise, and the following list
A word about winter dairying, showed a splendid get-togetlur this • >mestea<d bad been des 1 ■
’ >e G am. which was produced 1 main the same as under the previous
The high prices paid ior bui tei spirit and the people ot that pl ic<
«pring and it must therefore un- management.
1 upper has
Miss Haines, Mrs. Maker, Mrs. makes it worth while to milk
a few are thoroughly wile twak
I by the stove to dry.
While the loubtedly t,e w< rtli while going to leased the hotel for a period <»l
E. J. Hutchenson and children, Mr. cows through the w inter • mouths. enterprising.
clothes were drying he went t 1 See.
twelve months and assure-, us that
and Mrs. Ludwig, Peter Jensent. J. Fhe herd has to have regular atten
mar by riffle to look for a deer, and
Tile program .uni cist of char his pair jus will at all times receive
H. R. Richards. Thos A. Lewis, H. tion in anv case and the milking o'
, while he was absent the lollies .ciers is printed 0.1 mother page to- com icons and considerate treatment
J. Backeslee, G. Wolf, M I.. Nel a small number of cows well repa y
New Bank Building
; caught tire, and destroyed cloth *‘S. .<' hA 'th a list cf the musical from the employes of the hotel.--
son, O. Clark, E. Graff, Albert the extra work. These cows mu t
cabin, dishes, $45 in money aiici numbers.
Ager, J A. Vans Warman.
of course have extra feed and extra
The old Flat Iron Building at the household furnishings, Mr Ward
It is expected that all will be i
care. The small dairymen by giv
junction of Atwater and First was left homeless anil without 111 ccs- ready for the initial rising of the I
streets has been torn down and the «iry c’othing. He finally irade curtain b\ eight thirty at the very
profitably occupy himself.
All kinds of dr.iying and transier-
site will be immediately adorned his way to a neighbor s for shelter I latest and
th. faculty of the high
winter dairying on a large scale in
FUR SALE—mill wood
Friday afternoon the foot ball cluding hired help is I believe no with a fine two story building. I l.e arriving about 9 30 at night, thor school has expressed a wish that all
’s mill $2.00 per load
team of the Bandon high school w ill more profitable berethan elsewhere. Bank of Bandon is putting up the onghly wet and chilled. He ” a ; who ome should try and be in their
Coil sold an<l delivered at lowest
meet the team of the Marshfield That is it is only feasible when the new building and will occupy the in town Tuesday to purchase -cao. by that time.
The play is
J. Jenkins, Prop.
high school here The game will be product can be sold at very fancy first Hoor as a banking house, and ; clothes and other necessaries
, tan.y long, tunning about two hours
called at three o'clock and promises prices. Contrary to the prevalent the second story* will be used for|
and twenty minutes and any delay
to be a hotly conteste I one. The idea we have no peculiar advantages office rooms. This new building will
Buy your first quality white c< dar
- likely to make the performance
Bandon team has been fast rounding for winter dairying, unless it is found be an ornament to the city and tie
from the Estabrook Co.
Fifield in Monday
into shape and expects to make a in the possibility of raising kale on are glad to note the progress the
Reserved seats f r both nights are
Services at the Catholic chinch
The Fifield arrived Monday morn <m «ale at Mar.-. Confectionery Store.
good showing by that time Go to bench land where the freshets will city* is making in the building as
ing with a good cargo of freight ai 50 cents io.' reserved seats, 25 cents Sunday at 10:30 a. in., conducted
the game and ROOT, don’t be not cover it just at the time it is well as in other lines.
by Father Keavney.
the following list of passenger-.
afraid. After the game see ‘’Father needed most.
As for the other
Mrs. O. A. Trowbridge, Mi ss
The woodmen of the Work!
and the Came” at the opera house. things needed to feed cows for milk wearing on man and bea-t as- the
are planning ior a big time on next
in winter they are rather more ex cold. So far as the fanner can hire Nora Solve, W. J Fairman,
Thursday evening Nov. 18. J. p.
pensive than in the east. This is himself, he will make good wages at
their district organizer is here
The partnership heretofore exist-
especially true of grain even hay has winter dairying. But before he ven
up another class of new
j ing under the n.une of Dopp and
a high market value
Ensilage tures beyond that he had best do
On Dave Mather’s ranch, one
The local camp has
certainly costs as much here where some figuring, Thus is the fact il B. idv, Mr. Keane, Cha-. Go-s. 'J.unes is this first «lay of October choppers,
mile below Riverton, to spring
number of new
labor, is high as anywhere.
Nor is lustrated that when a man buys a
calves, 4 cows, i horst*, M ust be
few months and
consent, W. H. Dopp to .assume
protection from the weather less es farm he buys a job. If he works
sold by Dec. ist; worth the money.
j all debts and receive all accounts.
sential, although there is certainly hard and figures close he will draw
W. B. H opkins -
C. E. H<41o|x-tei is in Portland
some gain in not having to fight the his wages. The only* farme- who Murphy.
cold wjt|1 1^1 an<| bluing.
on business th s week. He < xpects
picks up easy money is the fake
---- noo— •
to return on the Breakwater.
The R ecorder one year for $1.50 j the continuous wet weathiT is
rube on the vaudeville stage.
Su srnbe ior the R e < order .