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BANDON, OREGON, DECEMBER 16. 1909
MILLIONS OF WE
IN COOS COUNTY
ON GODV MILL
of Persons in Uncle
Portland Paper Publishes
On All Buildings Which
Sam’s Employ From This
Story of New Railroad
Are Used For Public
Section is Small
Main Structure About Com-
Money Will Grow on Trees
píete and Work Being
Here If Proper Measures
Portland, Ore, Dec. 14—The
Seattle, Dec. 14—Out of the 28,-
While in the sheriff’s office t his
says- “Indications that the
947 persons on Uncle Sam's pay
week on his regular rounds a Sen
is about to continue its
roll in Washington, I) C., just 218
tinel reporter'-, attention was called
extensien, known as the
come from the Pacific Northwest,
to Chapter no of the Genttal Laws
Northwestern Pacific, into South
which is seven-tenths of one percent.
of tfregon which provides as fol
Oregon and that it may
TOOK COAL FROM OP RIVER MINES Of this number, 85 are credited to APPLE INDUSTRY A GREAT ONE low*
Southern Pacific intc Coos
Washington, 56 to Oregon, 53 to
Section I. The outside doors,
strong as to have caused
Montana and 24 to Idaho. California
anq other exits leading thereto, in
local officials of the Southern Pacific
alone has 264 federal jobs at the
every theater, church, school build
The work of constlucting tin j to start a number of reconnoitering
The steam schooner Newport, capital.
Notwithstanding the fact
The writer recently made a trip ing. public ball, and every other new Cody mill is moving off very j
which is to ply between here and that the places are supposed to be
to the famous Hood River valley tor building used for public purposes rapidly and each day sees thestruc-1 parties through Coos county in an
Portland made her initial trip, ar apportioned on the basis of popula
the purpose ot gleaning some in where people congregate, shall b< tore a little nearer oinpletion The eft rt to head off the Northwest
riving in port Monday mornin,; tion, New Hampshire, with one-
formation in regard to the inetluds so swung and hinged that they will main structure, which is 50 x 260 is surveyors if possible.
and sailing again Tuesday noon. third the number of residents found
“Geheral Manager O'Brien of the
employed in producing apples that open outward.
now well miller way, and the ad
She loaded about 200 tons of coal in Washington State, has been able
have gained for that section a world
It shall be the duty of the owner, ditions will be built a rapidly as thv ' Harriman lines, who left for New
at the mines near Riverton which to put 144 persons into different
wide fame as the grower of fruit lessee, or tenant, or persons having work can be pushed.
About forty York Thursday has had men in
she carried to Portland.
Maryland, 1 of such perfection that the prices control of any of the bnildings men are now busilv employed in the Coos county all fdl making surveys
The Newport will propably mak<
with practically the same population secured are double anil treble those enumerated in the first section ol vaiious dtpartments of the work,, and going over the ground thorough
regular trips between hen and Port as the Evergreen state, has obtained
ly in an effort to locate the most
of other fruitgrowing sections.
this act to provide outside doors,
land from now on wnich will be a
jobs for 2,192. The total salary list
It should be known in the first and other doors leading thereto 111 considerable of an impression each feasible route from Crescent City,
great convenience to merchants of of the 28,947 employees is $31,541,-
be present northernmost terminus
place that low bottom land is not ap such building,
opening outward, day.
Bandon and the other tow ns along 225 a year, of which residents of
the California Northw stern’s
pie land anyw here, the orch ards lessee tenant, or person having con
The machinery has not yet ar-
the river, who buy goods from the Northwestern States get $267,
are on the benches or foot hill land trol of any such building who fails iived. but everything will be in readi -urvey into Curry and Coos
351. This suggests the conclusion land an elevation of 1500 feet is suc- or refuses to so provide doors open ness for its immediate installa counties.
The new servicce will be greatly that either the people of this part
Contracts have just been let by
1 cessfully cultivated in orchards and ing outward, shall be deemed guiltv tion as soon as it arrives and in the
appreciated, and is something th.it of the country are too well em
1800 feet ot elevation is now being of a misdemeanor, and upon con meantime all departments of the the Santa Ee for the construction ol
has been needed for a long time, al ployed at home to want jobs at the
viction thereof, shall be fined not work will be j tished to the greatest 26 miles of railroad to close up the
though it is to be hoped that a bet federal capital, or else our represent
gap that now exists between the
But the important feature is the less than $10 or more than $100, extent possible.
ter craft than the old Newport will atives in Congress have not been
Eureka line and San Erancisco
system which embraces cultivation, or by imprisonment in the county
soon be put on, and if currents ie- active enough to get places for more
At present there is a gap of to ?
spraying and pruning.
jail not less than ten days nor more
ports are true this will be realized constituents. A report just issued
M. G. Pohl, uptometerist, well miles between Eureka and Shively.
The cultivation is of the intensi than six months, or by both such
in the near future. The Newport shows that the total number of per
fied form equalling that of the finest fine and imprisonment, and each recommended by his patrons, ex Cal., and the present extension
atnined in California and registered
is temporarily in charge of Capt sons employed by the United States
and continuing which such offending person shall in Oregon. Practice sixty years. will be constructed to Willis and
She will handle freight government in all departments on
throughout the spring and summer fa, I to comply with the provisions Lenses, frames and test of all Shively. The work will extend the
only as she has no passenger accom July 1 last, was 370,065, an increase
Spraying begins before the buds of this act shall be deemed a separate eves scientifically correct and ot Northwestern Pacific to a point 13
highest grade, satisfaction guaran
of 64,924 in two years.
open in the spring and is repeated at offense.
A resident of Bandon; will
intervals until every injurious insect
This section of the state law shoukl call at your house.
Continued on last page.
as well as all forms of fungus grow th be of special interest to many in the
Their stay here was that interfere with perfect develop
city. It applies equally to all build
ment of the fruit has been destroyed. ings of a public nature or which are
Pruning is equally thorough. An used for public gatherings and own
C. C Price’s children have all
The only damage the high water
head that permits the sun to ers of such buildings in this city
did here was the washing down of a been sick but are now convalescent.
every apple and give 'hat should see to it that their buildings
lew fences and leaving a large
Edna Wiight spent a few days in brilliant and beautiful color that
are put in such shape that they will
amount of driftwood.
Riverton last week.
nothing else can give. Thinning is pass inspection at once. The next
E. Richardson ami family have
resorted to when a tree is over grand jury will convene in the near
moved into their new hou-e and5 Mrs. Wallen is a visitor at Mrs.
future and there are several build
Mr. Wilson's family occupy the J Magee’s.
ings in this city whose .owners need
Rev. Lvon held services in the
house they vacated.
not be surprised to be haled before I
Mr Smith and family now occupy church here on Sunday last.
so high that a new record of prices that august body.
the Sell house.
G. Magee nas struck the old is being made every year, the sea
It would be very humiliating to
Mr. Gage and family have moved Riverton vein of coal in his rock son just passed being the highest some of our prominent citizens to De
into the Cessna house.
compelled to play solitaire in the
Mr. Kay is erecting a new house
It is stated in a booklet issued by basemet.t of the court house for a
The Sunday School reported last
which will be occupied by Mr. and Sunday in favor of not having a the Chamber of Commerce cf Hood period of ten or more days and
Mrs. Moon, late of Illinois.
Christmas tree this year. There River that as much as S1800 a year and would also hurt their pocket
Mr. and Mrs Schiller and the will be several private trees in town has been realized from one acre of books to be compelled to pay a fine
MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
Messer boys went back to San ‘
of ten dollars, but such is likely to
The prices being paid for these be the case if this section of the
orchard lands would startle Coos statutes is not complied with. The
county people. The lowest price at six months period of time allowed
which a one-year old orchard was for the change has now passed and
offered me was $600 an acre and a arrests under this law are possible
Ever displayed in Bandon
great bargain in a three-year old at the present time. Owners of pub
orchard was <800 an acre. ¿1000 lic buildings should attend to this
IS GIVING AWAY
an acre and up is the usual price matter at the earliest possible
for orchards a small part of which moment and be safe.—Sentinel
Presents for Everybody, Old and Young
is in bearing while I didn't learn of
; a single orchard in full bearing for
Winter Short Course
j sale at any price.
Notwithstanding all this Rogue
The Oregon Agricultural College-
River wrested the world’s prize from
Hood River at the Spokane apple Winter Short courses which com
show t lis fall. This brings it much mence on January 4th, and continue
nearer to us.
for a period of six weeks will be the
Apples taken from the orchard of
John H Tucker, near Four Mile, most complete ever offered. Frac
where they have the neglect usual y tical work in every line of agricul
1 accorded to Coos county orchards ture. dairying, horticulture, domestic
created a sensation in Portland.
science and art, road building and
With the same care and culture business methods will be taught.
1 we can successfully compete w th An exceedingly strong staff of in
any section in the world in the pro-
. structors will have charge of the
ducton of apples.
H. S. SWESGEi 4 THOS. M NIELSON
work. The equipment for demon
Inquire at the store for particulars
Sec our Silverware for Christmas
| dollars are lying waste all around us stration and experimental work - the
OCCIDENTAL STEEL RANGES,
| if we can only awake to the opjror- best and most complete ever used
1 he best cook stove made
at the college
I have a nice line of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
La ds that can now be bought
Saws. Cougar Falling Saws
Gold and Silver Novelties. Cut Glass, Hand-Painted
1 for $20 an acre would bring $lo >
GAS ENGINES. Wood Sawing Machines, Dairy
China, Christmas Post Cards, etc.
once its capacity to produce fruit is
Rouse’s coal at the EstabYo >k
Come in and look over my stock whether you buy or
Savage and Winchester Rifles
not. Glad to show you the goods anyway.
Chas. Page has taken charge of
the county and local organizations
ROOFING PAPER. Lime. Cement. Fire Brick.
but it is the smallest fraction of the Western Home Boardin., h 11-
Doors. Windows. Builders’ Hardware
what the opportunities warrant
formerly occupied by W. L. I ’ ivi I-
Let us wake up for once and help son and will guarantee c urlt -
FIRST CLASS PLUMB.'NG. Sheet Ironand Copper
J to bring Coos county to the place
Work, by a man who knows how
I she tieserves to hold
home trade 4Stf.
T. B. W heelen
and SailedTuesday Noon
R. W. Boyle
$00 Diamond Ring and a $25
R. VV. BOYLE
Bandon 1 )ru<i Co.
I Bandon Hardware Company