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BANDON, OREGON, DECEMBER 23, 1909
NEWS OF THE
BOAT HOUSE GOES
Oregon Agricultural College
is Moving Rapidly to
to Tell- of
THINK COOK DID
NOT REACH POLE
TAKING 1910 CENSUS
School Teachersare Consider
Data Furnished For U niver-
El Dorado Building Catches
ed Desirable Applicants
sity of Copenhagen Does
For Taking Census
Not Establish Claim
Fire By Explosion of Gas-
Good Things in This
Was in Boat House and
Corvallis. Ore. Dec, 21—Dean
Copenagen, Dec. 17—The As
J. A, Bexell of the School of
Press is informed on high
All Went to Sea
Commerce of the Oregon Agri*
authority that the committee of the
cultural College has published a bul
University of Copenhagen in !t>
letin on “Business Methods for the
preliminary examination failed to
discover proof that Dr, Cook reach
BANKS SHOW A HEALTHY CONDITION Farm” which Js attracting wide*
spread attention and very favorable
ed the North Pole.
comment from practical farmers
Copenhagen Dec. 17 — The consi-
and authorities on farm life, The
of the University of Copen
An advertising campaign that will
bulletin presents in a clear and
The boat house owned by Judge hagen in secret session today re
reach no less than 27,428,750 read simple manner bookkeeping
and Geo. P. Topping, which contained ceived the preliminary rejiort cove r
ers of newspaper- jjiroughout the accounting which will enable
the the gasoline launch Viking, the lat ing the first stage of the woik of
country has been planned by the1
farmer to keep a definite and help ter belonging to Pickett and Hol the committee examining the re
Portland Commercial Club and will
ful record of his business.
It meets lenbeck, went out over the Coquille cords of Dr. Cook. An excited
be opened up in January and run
a long felt need in farm manage river bar Wednesday of last week, discussion followed. The committee
tor three months. The advertising
ment. The pamphlets will be sent and so far the hull of the vessel or has not completed its investigatio. .
will call attention tc- vacant lands.of
to any resident of the state upon re the main boat house have not been The report is carefully guarded from
this state and the chances here for
sighted. Part of the cabin of the others than members of the consi-
the newcomer. There is noques-j
Over eighty students rave taken launch has come ashore, also one tory. It was admitted, however,
tion that this advertising will result I
part in the preliminary debating and or two of the logs of the boathouse that the work thus far accomplished
in biinging many people to Oregon
oratorical contests at the Oregon have come ashore, but the hull ot provoked an animated debate among
and the whole state, not any one Agricultural College and many
the boat and the main part of the the university officials.
section, will be benefitted.
The more will enter before the work is
boat house are probably yet at sea,
It appears that the data so far
keynote of the advertising will be | completed.
and Pickett and Hollenbeck have submitted is not held sufficient to
“Oregon is the place for you; 1910 1
the time; railroad development the | The new Aimory at the Oregon offered a reward for the recovery of establish the explorer's claims The
Agricultural College s nearing com their boat.
result of today's discussion was a
t pletion. It is the largest building o!
The boat house was tied at the request on the part of the consistory
It is 130 wharf near the Estabrook warehouse that the committee continue its
Oregon banks show a remark- • its kind in the West.
able healthy condition, according! yards long and sixty yards wide. A and in some manner loosened, dur work. The university body will
to the report of State Bank Ex regulation sized football field can be ing an out going tide consequently leave to the investigators the propel
manner of making public later the
aminer Steel. Assets and liabilities laid out under its roof. It will be a drifted over the bar w ith the tide.
results of their inquiries. Populai
of the private and national banks of great boom to all kinds of athletics.
opinion appears to have undergone
Indications are that the Short
the state at the close of business on
Violin and Vocal Recital
a gradual change unfavorable to
November 16 are compared with the j Courses for farmers and teachers
same statistics on November 27 j which will commence at the Oregon
Miss Mabie Millis and Mr Cecil
much to the disadvantage of the i Agricultural College January 4th
Lyons will give a violin and vocal
’’^ase of 2J»pcr will he very well attended.
PEARY IS GLAD
recital at the Bandon opera hiuse
cent in loans and discounts and in
New York, Dec 18—“ Abso-
Tuesday evening December 28th at lutely
dividual deposits is shown for the
nothing to say," insisted
8:30 o’clock. Miss Millis has ap Ccmmander Peary when told of a
current year! Individual deposits
pearc-d here before and her work dispatch from Copenhagen indicat
in banks have increased $16,103,67s
was highly pleasing to the public.
over last year, certainly a strong
ing the failure of the committee to
Mr. Lyatts comes highly recom find proof of Cook’s visit to the
evidence of the prosperity of the
The December term of circuit mended.
The Engene Morning
state. A gain of more than $21,000,-
court closed last week. The manner Register of June 22, 1909 says of Pole.
o»o in resources of the banks in a
in which Judge Coke expedited him.
Lyans, always a as words what his real feelings were
single year is a striking proof ot the
matters and disposed of the busi
favorite with his violin did excel
advance Oregon has made during
ness was highly gratifying to the
lent work with his “Les Adieux”
the past twelve n onths. 'Phis
attorneys who fully expected that it and brought out the beauty of his
is partly due to the marketing of a
Best Type of Milch Cows
would take the major portion of the selection with admirable grace and
large lumber cut but the high price.-
coming week to reach the end of
at which the agricultural staples
the term's calendar.
In your last issue I was interest« d
The following program will be
were marketed had an even stronger
part description of the best
effect on the figures. There has
As I said, part
The hill o’ Skye, Harris, Miss
also been a great amount of money going forward in the state will un
brought into Oregon during the past doubtedly have a strong effect in Millis.
(a) Les Adieux, Sarasate; (b) like to complete it.
year by new settlers. This h is gone bringing the coming year’s showing
into farm lands, timber and city up to an even higher level than that Son of the Piesyta, Keler Bela,
Railroad activity new - disclosed in the latest report.
(a) Wean Ich en deine auger far apart nozzle with large nostrils,
Sali, Schumann; (b) Coolan .’'hu, forehead broad, with small horns, if
any of waxy color, not black, neck
Concerto, op 64, Andante Al thin, getting wide near breast, ex
legretto, Mendelssohn, Mr. • yans tending in flop below fere legs.
Sunbeams, Ronald, Miss Millis. Shoulders iong and deep, legs well
muscled and trim and neat below r e
Legende, Wieniawskii; Eantasie
knees, hoof of good size. The bar
IS GIVING AWAY
Appassionata, Viecextemps, Mr.
very large, so as to be able to
fill up well. Large and wide hip
bones, back bone neatly straight
$695,573 in Sugar Duties with a small rise at the crup, tail
long, tapering down to small end. A
very large milk mirror, rudder large,
extending forward, not
New Yoik, Dec. 15—Special As
sistant Attorney-General Stimson long and floppy, Large milk veins,
announced today there had been teats medium sized, the skin of an
P ohl .
a shortage of $695,573 in duty paid 1 « orange yellow color.
on sugar loaded here by the Ar
buckle Brothers, sugar refiners. Mr.
1 Stimson stated this sum had been
I repaid to the United States Treas-
J ury by Arbuckle Brothers
C C. Carter, who returned horn |
Mr. Stimson said:
Portland Thusday states that the
“This settlement in no wise af case against C. W Anderson, for
Inquire at the store for particulars
fects the criminal prosecution of cutting government reserve timber,
any individuals who may be shown was dismissed because of lack o'
I have a nice line of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
to have been responsible for the evidence.
Gold and Silver Novelties, Cut Glass, Hand-Painted
commission of frauds.’’
The charges filed against Andi r-
China, Christmas Post Cards, etc.
son were iu effect that he cut tim
Come in and look over my stock whether you buy or
Beets For Sale
ber from the Siskyou reserve. - |
not. Glad to show you the goods anyway.
Myrtle Point Enterprise.
R. W. Boyle
$60 Diamond Ring and a $25
Good stock beets $6.00 per ton.
Price does not include sacks. In-
A big supply of hay, grain mill
[ quire of Sweet Bros, Lampa, Ore. feed and seed grain constantly on '
hand. T. W. Robinson at Central
Plans are rapidly maturing for
taking the 1910 census in Oregon
■ and as soon as thv appointees ot the
. arious districts are known, a -
may be filed tor positions
ERNEST 80AK WAS 8ACLY BORNEO
' as enumerators.
School t acheis
and county doctors are regarded by
the ct nsus department as the best
A small fire start: i in the rear ol
qualified for this class of work
the Ei Dorado building Tuesday
Enumerators will be able to earn
morning which won I have been a
Irom $3 to $4 per day .mil may be
disastrous one if 1 had n >t been
worked at during hours best suited
nipped m the bud.
to the enumerator. Each enumerator
Ernest Boak and Chi i Rasmus is given a distri t in which it is esti
sen were in the rear of the El mated that he will lind 2,000 per
Dorado, where the former w.is sons
soldering a gasoline t ink.
The soldering i««rge caused the
gasoline to become ignited which
Order of Owls
started a flame in i. ins'ant.
Boak w,«s badly burned about the
At their last meeting Banden
face and hands, his right hand-being
No 1091 Order of Owls elected
very severely burned, so th it the
the following officers: A. J. Hart
skin and a part of tile flesh and
man, junior past president; M. A.
some of the finger nails came off.
He a as taken at once to 'the office Norton, president. J. C. Page,
retary; S. S. Shields, treasure!;
oi Dr. Rossiter, where he was given
medical assistance and is getting A. D. Morse, waidcn: J. F. Stout,
sentinel; Fred. E. Ashburn, picke:;
along reasonably well at present.
The manv friend.' of Mt. Boak, sin \t their meeting next Tuesday night
cerely sympathize with him in his they will take in a class of fifty and
will give a banquet to members of
The fire a arm was «urned in and the « ¡der and their families. All
the fire was soon extinguished by are looking forward to .1 good time.
the quick action of the fire boys
For weekly Examine. Subscrip
and Breakwater Reservations
Best ri.er grass bay at Estabrook
I Only I wo Days More
N which to buy your Xmas Presents.
Do not wait until the last minute, but
go at once to the
Bandon Drug Co.
Where you will find the largest and best
assortin' nt of Xmas goods of all descrip
tions ever shown i Bandon. Toys, Sta
tionery, Cut Glass, China Ware, Sterling
and Plated Silver Ware. Make your
friends happy by giving them a
Columbia ?honogra ph
We sell them for Cash or on Install
ments. A large assortment of Cylinder
and Disc Records
IF YOU LOVE YOUR WIFE buy her a set of that
beautiful “Oneida Community” Silver
AIR RIFLEo. Red Wagons and Automobiles tor boys
HEATING STOVES, all kinds; Coal Wood and Oil
OUR CUTLERY and Edge Tools are fully warranted
All kinds of Building Material and Builders’ Hardware
Bandon Hat'd ware Company
"il I 4 TMOS M. NIELSON