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BANDON, OREGON, NOVEMBER 18, 1909
IN GRAFT CASE
TO COOS BAT
TO THE COQUILLE
ÎÜ HOLO DEBATES
Spreckels, Heney and Others
Rumor That North Pacific
Sued by United Railway
Steamship Company Will
December Ninth and Tenth
Detective for $50,000
Have Vessel Here
the Dates, Portland
Three Weeks Subject
New Impetus Given Proposed
Electric Line From
Eugene to Coast
Going Elsewhere With
San Francisco, Nov. 13-A. R
The Coquille Herald says; “We
Eugene, Ore,. Nov. 13- -At a
McKinley, one of the members ot ;
have been informed on
combined meeting of the Eugene
to be Selected
the United Railways’ staff of de i
Commercial Club and the Mer
authority that the North i acific
tectives, who was arrested se veraI
Steamship Company is making ar
chants' Protective Association, unan
months ago on the charge of steal
imous approval was given and sup
rangements to include the Coquille
documents from the office of MUCH INTEREST BEING MANIFESTED river am. ng the ports out of which
BIG PREPARATIONS FOR THE EVENT
port assured the Lane County As—
SOMETHING SHOULO RE DONE SOON set
District Attorney Langdon, entered
Company’ in its eflort to se
th y operate steamers, there being
suit today for $50.000 damages
in course of construction at the
cure the services of E. ll. Kidder.
against Rudolph Spreckels, William
John Baird and J. H Thomas, of
At the regular meeting of the Willamette Iron Works, Portland,
Portland, Or., Nov. 15—Oregon J. Burns. Francis J. Heney and
Minneapolis, to survey, locate and
daily men willl meet in Portland others for conspiracy and false im Bandon Commercial Club last Tues
the right of way for a rail
December 9th and iotli and plans al prisonment.
The charge against day night it was decided to hold a between Eureka, California, and plant of F. S. Perry, which has road from Eugene to Coos Bay.
ready under way for the gathering McKinleA was dismissed last week. . series of debates during the winter
For months the Lane County As
I on subjects of general interest tn Portland, calling in at the mouth of been an excellent industry for the
indicate it will be one of the most
Company, consisting of 12 busi
the city and adjacent community.
interesting conventions in the his
moved to some other city in the ness men. has been working on the
The first one of these debates will
lory of the association, There will
The Grange Corner
county Mr. Perry would much project of g railroad from FLugene
be a large attendance of dairymen
be held in about three weeks tropilis and an excellent market for
prefer to stay in Bandon, as he to the Pacific Ocean. The company
from both Washington and Oregon
on a subject yet to be decided upon a portion of the products we wish to
to ship, Portland could use a large thinks it is the best town in the ' employed O. j. Johnson of Min
Conducted by Frank. F. Eddy
and a fine lot of exhibits of dairy
A committee composed of C . A.
of coal which could be county and he is now acquainted neapolis, to assist in this under
Master of Bandon Grange.
Trowbridge, J. W. Mast and C. E.
from mines along the here, but he cannot remain longer taking. It was through M Johnson,
Remember the date,
Tite next Kopf was appointed to make ar
One prominent ere imery will ex-
in his presen) quarters, and unless a I who made a trip to Minneapolis anil
hibit over 50 kinds of cheese grange meeting is December 4th, rangements for the first debate and
location can be secured in St. Paul, that Mr Kidder, treasurer
gathered from all over the world, the first Saturday in December. the committee will arrange details
part of the city he will of the Twin City Railway, was in
and report at the meeting next
This showing is bound to be of
be compelk d to move duced to come to the Coast and in
some time, arrangements are made
very great interest.
The Lecturer of Bandon grange Tuesday evening.
company w ith Johnson, go over the
The attendance last Tuesday even for the steamer Newport to go on
T. B. Wilcox, president of the M C. Pohl will contribute a por-
Mr. Perry has excellent prop proposed route from Eugene to
Portland Flouring Mills, has offered tion of the grange corner in the ing was not very large but all who
ositions from one or two other! Coos Bay. He stated to the com
were present announced their in I usiness until the other boat is
prizes of $65 and $35 for the best future.
towns in the county, but that is not pany that the project was a much
tention of being there again next ready to run.
exhibits of dairy products at the |
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“This company will also place a the question The veneer plant is a better one than he expected to find
convention and competition for the |
Tuesday and trying to bring at least
The New’ England Yankees are
river steamer on the Coquille Bandon industry and sh >uld be re and he left for Minneapolis en
one more person with them.
prizes will -be keen
doing things along cooperative
tained here It will get bigger every thusiastic over the prospects.
The Commercial Club is an organ, Bandon run. The boat is no feet
The program as now planned is j
lines through their granges. I ex-
Through correspondence, the As
¡zation in which every business man in length, carries 150 passengers and year and be of greater benefit to
an excellent one. Among the most ,
ract the following from an ac-
the city as the years go by.
Company’ has arranged to secme
and citizen of Bandon should be
prominent speakers will be Mr,
tide in the Orange—Judd Earm er
Something should be done at the services 0» Mr. Kidder, John
especially interested, aud the series
Rawl, of Washington. D. C., chief
on Cooperation in New England:
once to retain the veneer plant. Baird, new secretary and treasurer
of debates is for the purpose of January, weather permitting.’’
of the dairy division of the Depart
“The strong vehicle of cooperation
There is no reason why Bandon can of the Twin City Railway, and J. H.
ment of Agriculture, who will be ■
in New England is the grange
not have this excellent industry Thomas, the chief engineer of the
The club meets every Tuesday
in attendance. Others of note will
K. of P. Ball Success
Practically each of the New Eng
perpetrated right here if the proper road. Thomas is saiii to be one 01
evening in the city hall and there
land states does more or less buy
effort is put lerth. Mr. Pe. ry will the best locating engineers in the
should be from 50 to 100 in attend
The convention will be held in the
ing in carload lots ot grain, fer
take up air proposition that United States. Members of the
The K. of P. Ball Saturday night
ance at every meeting.
W. O. W. hall on Eleventh street
tilizer, etc, through local granges.
he can reasonably use, ami we have company stated at the meeting re
next Tuesday evening and see what proved to be one of the biggest
Maine and Vermont are especially
plenty ot excellent sites, and he is cently’ that they had positive as
to be unusually large because of the 1
interesting meetings we are having.
well orgrnized in this respect. There
Timmon's hall was filled to its willing to pay a reasonable price 1 surance that as soon as the survey
fact that the Oregon State Horti- '
are many local granges in sizable
utmost capacity with the gay throng. ‘or any one that he can use.
was made and right of way was
cultural Society holds its annual
towns which have grange stores
the road would be built.
Big Class for W. O. W.
meeting just before the dairymen's
managed by the grange, and prices
of raising the money’
convention and many will attend
points and were loud in ther praise
will be commenced at once.
usually prevailing, A typical Case
The local camp of Woodmen of of the excellent time enjoyed.
in this connection is the grange the World is taking in classes of new
The Knights never fail to make
Twelve Shots Fired at Crowd store operated by Houlton (Me) members at every meeting. I. I their entertainments of the very
grange. The last report available Smith, district organizer, is now highest quality and many who were
The Marshfield high school won
from this grange store covers the
present Saturday night, declare it
Spokane, Wash, Nov.
A very pretty wedding was
period of December IO, I 90S,
hot ball game over the Ban
to be one of the very best dances solemnized Sunday evening at 8:30
Snatching a wallet filled with $15,-
to June 11, 1909, and figures are a
ever given in Bandon. The Seaside o'clock when Kennedy Baker aril don high school last Friday by a
000 worth of diamonds from the
follows: Flour sold $10,623: sugai
Orchestra furnished the music which I Miss Ora Watkins, lxith of this city score of 16 to 2.
counter 111 Schacht
Marshfield made one touch down
s< 1J. $4995. grass seed, 811,300'
in itself is sufficient recommenda j were united in the ho y bonds o
ewelry st >re this afternoon, |. B.
the first half and two in the last
A summary of the work thus f.<r
tion for that end cf the pro I matrimony, Rev. M. E. t.'oen of
Brown rushed out of the door and
this year shows a business of 86 |.
a ad succeeded in kicking goal once.
started down the street on a run
the Presbyterian church officiating Bandon made a touch back in the
The running expense for tlu
Richard Schacht, hatless and coat
There were about forty invited last half, thus scoring two points.
same period has been $3999.“ In ■
less pursued him shouting
pr< sent, and the bride and The Marshfieled team considerably
Bill” Hanrahan Wins
this connection I rise to remark
Three hundred people quickly
were the recipients of many outweighed the Bandon team and
that coooperation al< ng similar lints
joined in the chase, and were gain
having played two games with
could n< where be more beneficially
The baby voting contest at the beautiful and useful presents.
ing on the fleeing Brown when he
Mr. Baker is one of Band« n’s North Bend this year, and some of
applied than right here in the Co-
Star Theater came to a close as
whipped out a revolver ami fired
most prominent young business them being old players they had a
I quille Valley.
scheduled last Saturday evening and
12 shots at his pursuers, reloading
men, being a stockholder in the decided advantage, but the Bandon
Bill Hanrahan, the little son of Mr
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as he ran. Eevn this did not check
Mrs. Pat Hanrahan was the R. H Rosa Co. and devotes his at boys showed up well under the
President Taft says he is in favor
the throng, which chased him into
winner with 1770 votes, Phylis An tention strictly to business The circumstances and will probably
But the owners
an alley where the breathless thief of a Parcels’ Post.
selmo was second, with 1555 votes bride is a daughter of Mr. an< Mrs. show Marshfield something on
, ol the express companies have a
and Vernon C. Coumerilh was third D. B. .Watkins and is a popular Thanksgiving day* when they play
He threw away the diamonds in very profitable graft. What the Presi-
young lady of many accomplish again.
with 1368 votes.
his flight, but the packet was found I dent and a few million voters want
ments. A dainty w edding supper was
J. P. SMITH
The photograph of the winner
I signifiies little. At the next .session >
by a, messenger boy.
was taken by Mr. Pickett, the local served after the ceremony.
of Congress the usual Parcels Post
We are glad to note that Mr. and
| Bill will appear and be smoothly re [ in the city helping to secure 1 photograper, and was shown on the | Mrs. Baker will make their home
Screen at the Star Sunday night, at
ferred to some committee to die in | another large class.
I in Bandon and they will have the
The lo<al, which time enthusiasm
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The Eastern Siar lodge is making
a pigeon-hole uhnonored and for i choppers have prepared for
a big ¡high. The high school foot ball congratulations and best wishes of
for a domino dance
B. L. Hurst brought a box of
■ lime this evening.
team, and other students of the high ' hosts'of friends in this city and cot
evening, Nov. 25th.
Baldwin apples to this office Friday
school were present and gave three
masks and cos
that are the equal of any body’s ap
cheers for the winner. W. C. Sell-
tumes can be secured at Rosa Co.’s
pies and they show what can be
mer then presented Bill with the
done in the apple line in
Hope those air ships will meet all
prize which was a solid gold locket
country. T. B. Wheeler also has a expectations. Perhaps some of
Join the Woodmen of the World, and chain.
Notice of Dissolution
box of apples in his office that were those aviators will take the contract the Giant of the West.
Sunday Nov. 21.
raised across the fence from the or of getting the mail over the moun covers all cost of joining at this time.
The partnership heretofore exist-
The morning subject ia “The
chard tracts that he is putting on tains from Roseburg by an air line The camp pays for the medical ex
The >nR under the name of Dopp and
Coin that Rings True.’
the market and they are equally so that we will get it oftener than amination. Anyone of of our mem
evening service Romans 9:3’. James is this first day of October
as good as the Hurst apples.
once in a while.
On Dave Mather's ranch, one Meet with us. Preaching at Pros- A- th *9°9 dissolved by mutua
bers can take your application.
Mr. Hurst has also sold Mr.
below Riverton, io spring I per at 2 130 p. m.
consent, W H. Dopp to assume
Wheeler an order for l<x>o trees,
all debts and receive all accounts.
M. E. C oen , Minister.
600 Baldwins and 4< mi Spitzenbergs
Advertise in the R ecorder and sold by Dec. 1st; worth the money.
All kinds of draying and transler- you will get results.
which he will set out on the Averill
W. B. Hop kins •
W. H. D opp ,
Remember that Boyk’s Jewelry
FOR SALE—mill wood
If your piano needs tuning or re 43-5*
H. E. J ames .
rom Cody’s mill $2.00 per load Store is giving away with Christmas
pairing drop me a postal and i will
Best fertlizer for your garden a call Charges reasonable. E. B
Buy your first quality white cedar Cod sold and delivered at lowest purchases a $60 'diamond ring and a
. Stove wood always kept on «nd.
3<>t Kausrud. resident tunei
J. Jenkins, Prop.
shingles from the Estabrook Co.
Lowest price. A. Haberly 45“5tx