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BANDON, OREGON, NOVEMBER 25, 1909
Court of Appeals of District
of Columbia Grants Stay
Meeting of Voters of District
PRIZES FOR CON-
FIRST BANK FOR
Financial Institution to be
Established at Port
Force of Men
State Conservation Commis
sion Offer Them to
Called for Saturday
Washington, D. C., Nov 19—
The Court of Appeals of the
Distribt of Columbia upon a request
of the counsel for the labor leaders,
granted a st iy until November 29
of the issuance of a mandate sending
Gompers, Mitchell and Morrison to
jail for contempt of the District of
Columbia Supreme Court. Chief
Justice Shepherd stated that if the
labor leaders would by November
29th, the day the United States Su
preme Court reconvenes, file in that
court a petition for certiorari, a
further stay of mandate would be
granted pending the determination
by the higher tribunal of applica
tion. As a result of the action, ti e,
Federation leaders need not hasten
National Rivers And
We arc informed on go >d a athor-
ity that Curry county is to h e a
bank, This is the first institution
of the kind that has ever opened its
doors to the patronage of that
wealthy section of Oregon.
Curry county has long held the
distinction of being a rich county
without a bank, a barber shop, a
railroad and a number of other
things which seem indispensable for
the habitation of man, but prospects
are good for al) of these necessities of
The new bank will be at Port Or
ford. Geo. I). Wood, of Appleion,
Wis., who made an inspection of
the county early last fall is the prime
figure it. the enterprise. His iocal
associates will be: E. A. Bailev. C.
H. Bailey, W. I. Coleb.ook, W. J.
Ward, W. A. Wood and W. A.
Bishell, all of that city.
Curry county is nearly as large in
area as the State of Rhode Island,
rom whence comes the miglity
Senator Aldrich, and which enjoys
all of the great luxuries of life. The
county may some day be as far ad-
vanced in modern conveniences as
Rhode Island is today, and it will
certainly support about as many
people as Rhode island will.
Building Hatchery at
The State Conservation Commis
of Oregi-n is sending out sub
at 2:00 p. m.
jects f r papers to be written on
various phases pf conservation in the
state. The articles are to be written
bv students of univeisities. colleges,
MATTERS OF IMPORTANCE TO COME UP
«PPOÍNTMENT FA9M GOVERNOR BENSON
high schools and other secondary
¡.schoo s ot the state. They off< r
S1350 in prizes
Two sets of prizes
A meeting of the voters of the
A member of the Oregon State
A number ot inquiries have been will be offered, one set to students
school district has been called for
Legislature from Coos county, has
made in regard to the pr n mtsed of colleges and universities, first
next Saturday. Nov. 27th at 2 00
received the signal honor of being
salmon hatchery for tlu Cui.uilk prize S75, second prize ¡#50, third
p. m. for the purpose of providing
appointed a delegate to the National
river, and Representative R. E. L. prize ¿-’S- Til ■ second set will be
funds for the current year and to
Bedillion having been asked by a oi irded to student- in high schools
Rivers and Harbois Convention
make arrangements for paying off
which meets at Washington, D. C.
number of parties why the hatchery and schools of a similar nature and
the floating debt incurrred by the
Dec 8-10, 1909.
was not forthcoming, wrote to Mas I will be. first prize #40. second prize
construntion of the new school house
will probably attend, as he is greatly
ter Fish Warden, H. C. McAllister, $20 and third prize $1.1. In addi
and other necessary expenses.
in regard to the subject and re tion to these prizes honorable men
interested in the development of the
The meeting will be held in the
rivers and harbors of Oregon, and
ceived the following reply which tion will be made of »ther papers of
auditorium of the new school build
especially Coos county's two harbors,
explains itself and should be con .special merit. The subjects are six
ing and every qualified voter should
the Coquille River and Coos Bay.
vincing evidence that the hatchery in number as follows
be in attendance, as matters of great
Following is the letter received be
ests of Oregon;’’ Irrigation Institu
The Grange Corner -
importance are to come up before
Mr. Bedillion from Governor Ben
Office of Master Fish Walden, tions in Oregon;’’ "Soils;' "Dry
Salem, Oregon, Nov. 18. 1909, Land F irming in Oregon:" "Roads
Conducted by Frank. F. Eddy
The district has been put to extra
State of Oregon Executive De
R. E. L- Bedillion, E<;., Bandon, in Oregon,’’ “Fish ’’
of Bandon Grange.
heavy expense during the past year,
partment Salem, Nov. 17» Wy,
Oregon, My dear Mr. Bedillion- —
In submitting papers the following
Sometimes we call it the bread Mr R. E. L. Bedillion, Bandon,
but every dollar that was spent has
Receipt of your favor of November nstructions must 1» • ibserved: N -
been wisely spent, and the necessity I j and butter question, sometimes we Oregon. Dear Sir:- I have this
15th is hereby acknowledged, md naper from a college or university
of the improvements is very ap I call it getting a living and some day appointed you as a delegate
replying thereto, permit n etosiy student shall exceed five thousand
Funds must be provided times by the high sounding phrase, from the State ot Oregon to the Na
that the reported inactivity of th s .voids i.i length. and no paper from
to defray these expenses and every the struggle tor existence. What tional Rivers and Harbors Congress,
Department on the Coquille Riveris i student of a secondare school shall
qualified voter should be in attend ever we call it, the fight not to be which meets at Washington, 1). ( .
erroneous md uncalle 1 lor,
exceed three thou-and words. All
ance so that the best results pos put down and out in the struggle Dec. 8-10, 1909.
For your information, will say1 apers must be in tin hands of the
sible can be obtained, and thus with circumstances, the struggle to
that there is, at the present tune, a i’ll firman of the Conservation Com-
This letter will serve as your cer
everyone will have an opportunity keep Tommy in shoes and Marv in tificate of appointment and should
force ot men working or. this stream, mis, ion by the 15th of June, 19I0.
round Dead in Bed
to express his views on the subject. 1 dresses, and to keep them both in be fiied with the Secretary of the
building a hatchery that will meet Tin manuscript must be typewritten
school and proberly fed, occupies Congress upon your arrival at
requirements It is true that same
in ti i| *li< »te, w ritten
A. B. Sabin, one of Bandon's best
most of us so exclusively that we
page only and
Apples are too Juicy
have little interest in other things,
at Washington bids bed at his rooms Wednesday lumber, but inste.i ■'. the . . m. i be
This sounds as if 1 were starting off
fair to be the most important tes morning.
ing hewn oul o' ’ ube.
ounfi in older to insure impartial judgment
on a lecture on political economy
sion of this kind ever held ili the
An authority on matters connect but I am not. However
Mr. Sabin had not been around the immediate vicinitv and the roof nd consideration the jt
I do wish
ed with the handling of fruit informs to make one statement
town, or at his store, and M. Breuer will be made ot shakes split on the not be allowed to know
that is so
State of Oregon to be on hand with whose store is next door, becom ground.
When completed then of the competitors. In 01
us that a success will never be obvious as to need no argument,
made of shipping Coos county ap is this: More th in haff the wage 1 1 large and enthusiastic delegation ing alarmed, called for some ot the will . not be a belter hatchery it
>mpl >h th s the followi
■of workeis. To this end, I have ap business men in town.
pies, for the reason that they are
J.11 should I ■ ii»llow-d.
workers and nine tenths of the sal
pointed twenty-two of our most Boyle had a key that happened that tiie Coquille River will b given
too juicy to stand much handling.
Each paper should be signed in
aried people of the United States
The Hood River apples are dry. as are today compelled to live on a re prominent business men and pro to fit the door, and several men the same attention it not more so triplicate, not with the competitor’s
compared with Coos County ap duced income, anil more than that fessional .men, in various parts of entered the place where he was as is given to any other stream.
name, but with some fictitious name,
ples, and they will consequently uprn an income that is constantly the state, and in doing so, have found to be dead, and from all ap
I have not forgotten the assist- I and placed in a sealed envelope
made an effort to select only those pearances had died without a strug ance that Senator Chase and niarke 1 "Prize Paper ’’ The com-
stand «rough usage and present a
It is not that tlvy
good appearance when they’ ar earn less but that the purchasing who are familiar with the general gle. The coroner has been tel yourself rendered me during tin peti’or should enclose a slip of
rive at their destination. Nearly value of each dollar they draw is subject which will be discussed at ephoned for, but up to the time of last legislature, and 1 w mid indeed ' paper with his own name and the
everyone prefers a juicy apple to a constantly diminishing as the prices the Washington meeting.
goinz to press, nothing defini e be ungrateful were 1 to i ¡non fictitious name used in a second en
dry one, and we doubt if there are of necessities rise.
I earnestly hope that you will be has been decided as to an inquest yjur interests. 1 have been trying velope. Both should then be en
It is as if every
able to make arrangements that
any juicier apples raised anywhere dollar was turned into
It is probable that the cfiuse of to visit your section all summer, b y closed in a third envelope and mailed
will enable you to accept this ap his death was inflammatory rheum as yet have been unable to make the to P roi i . ssor F. G. Voi.'NG, Uni
than there are in Coos county; but There is little prospect of
The state needs your atism, which settled in the heart.
it may he that our informant is The era ot prosp.-rity we are said to pointment.
trip. However, expect to he with versity of < fregon, Eugene, Oregon.
right, and that juicy apples will be entering will probably result in services as a delegate and a worker
Mr. Sabin was 64 years old. you in the very near future, when 1'
not stand much handling. Some sending prices still further skyward. in the interests of deeper rivers and He is survived by a son Walter of shall give myself the pleasure o
harbors for Oregon.
Hood river 'apples were snipped
this city, a daughter in California,
Returns From California
Discouraged by the ever lasting
Very truly yours,
in here last winter and those who struggle of making both ends meet,
and sister Mrs. Eli Dean of Co kindly sav to any ot the fishe m n
complained of I ground between the upper mill-stone
F. W. B enson ,
quille. He was a prominent M.i ison who are not posted tin: the work on
A. T. Morrison and family re
the Coquille is being looked after,
their dryness; in fact the genera of debt and nether mill-stone of the
and a highly respected citizen.
Monthly from a visit with
and from reports received from inv
verdict was, that while they look increasing cost of living thousands
1 quotations of the etty market where
superintendent, 1 larg • imount o! Mr. Moirison’s parents in Los
ed nice, they
of families are today turning long he was once forced to purchase
spawn, of both the Chinook-, and [ Angeles, California. They spent
to compare with Coos county ap
ing eyes toward the country. The 1 his living he is fortunate if he gets
Silversides will be secured.
• several weeks in the southern city
ples for eating, says the Coos Bay
slogan real estate dealers find most half of these prices as a producer
B. Wheeler was a passenger
With best wishe.i and kind per- j ,n^ ‘^r- Morrison says the bad
News. That may be true that Coos
useful now-a- days is the cry c f trying to sell other people their on the Breakwater for Portland last sonal regards, and regretting that enure ot the trip was the return
county apples are not good keep
“Back to the farm.”
living, He finds that the greater Saturday where he went on busi you were not in evidence at the journey, the Elizabeth having a
ers, but fruit men who have made
Once arrived on the farm it would portion of his produce can find a ness connected with the Averill I ru t opening of the Central Salmon very rough trip up tile coast He
investigations say thai Coos county
seem as if the buffetted wage-earner market only at prices that give him lands. He now has a full crewe of Hatchety at Bonneville on Monday also said that it w as very dry in the
apples are better keepers than the
or ex-professional man would be in barely wages above the cost of pro-1 . men at work preparing the land last, believe me, sincer tlv your friei d south this year, no rain having
same varieties raised in Hood River. I
| for winter planting of trees.
a p sition to profit by the ruling duction.
alien there since early March until a
H. C. Me A llister ,
high prices of commodities. But
fi w days before their departure tor
The difficulty is that the farmer I
Master b is Warden.
home. This made the green hills
A Day Early
is unable to reach the proper mar
ment. The first year of a city kets with his produce. As an in ; orders have been placed for still
and valleys of Coos county the more
eautiful and their omc coming the
The R ecorder goes to press on dweller upon a farm is almost sure dividual he cannot reach his mar i larger shipments.
Preuss’ Will is Probated
*1 pl< a in!
Mr Morrison Ay
ket. The small shipper to a com
Wednesday this week so the force can
there is noplace like old Coos c mnty
mission house is the provetbial
enjoy their Thanksgiving turkey as
th it when we get the new elec
well as the rest of the noble citizens item of labor cost high enough in lamb among wolves. He is there can be found anywhere. The dom
this will L • as near paradise
to be plucked and he sure gets
of Bandon. We hope all our sub
John Preuss was probated befoie
what is coming to him.
scribers and their friends will have
Mrs. is he care's to get this side of the
Judge Hall this morning.
The only remedy is combination Ijy Mr. Wheeler and will be used John Preuss, Dr. E Mingus, and I. Styx. —Sentinel.
a happy Thanksgiving and all the ficient to cut hoped' for results in
W. H Bul
It is said that fanners in clearing the land,
turkey and other good things they two. But this is something that is in selling.
C Merchant were named as ex
remediable and with the right stuff cannot be united in such enter- ton will be in charge of the work as ecutors of the
R Pomeroy of Lampa was in
in the man is sure to be remedied. prises. Perhaps not under ordinary foreman.
Mr. Preuss divided his property
Bandon Friday and wlii’e here re
Mr. Wheeler is to be congratul- as follows:
The deficiency in himself is not , circumstances. But it is a question
newed his faith in the Rp oR.H r
the great difficulty, which is econ of coming in out of the wet and ated on putting this enterprise on
To his wife one-half of all his
tor .mother year, fie says he can't
omic. The farmer stands apparent ¡even a farmer has sense enough to
get along without it.
The Eastern Star lodge is making ly in a very fortunate position in a do that. It is combine or quit. As large scale and will give a new im
To his children, John Preuss
preparations for a domino dance
buyers we will get it in the neck petus to this most important industry. May Preuss, and Irene Preuss, the -FOR SALE OR TRADE—Mov-
Thanksgiving evening, Nov. 25th. food-stuffs. But our ex-city dwell with the rest- of the American people
other half, eacn receiving one sixth.
i< him , .¡. nun 01 elec*
loforiuaiioa alwut masks and cos- er soon discovers that the turning until we'get busy enough with our
See Sj>encer for reservations on
It is estimated that the estate is trie lights. Pictures for two nights
tanira can be secured at tV'-' i Co.'s of produce into cash is a disheart-
Breakwater, at the office of th- | worth between 4,000 tn
show. J. 1 ¿m.tii, Bandon. Che.
ining task. Familiar with the high I
Continued on last page
Bandon Light X Water Co. 30 tf I 000.— Times,