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BANDON, OREGON. JANUARY 6, 1910
ON WRONS BASI
PORT MOTJO i
TO BE ADVERTISED
Judge Coke Orders Mort
□aouid Be Changed to ivlor*
Definite Complaint Filed
Ecjuable Plan Think ;
Sent to Washington, D. C.
Only Choicest Wood Selected
To Be Used as Finish, ng
Jud^e J. S. Coke this aftern >1
I handed . <>wn his decision on the
- motion m the injunction proceed in g>
I instituted against the Dori of Coo-
Hay by the Bennett Trust Lomp.m
Pine, Cedar. Bircn and
Will Urge Congrers to Enac'.
Laws Protecting Natural
M r . E ditor • -1 have seen for
Willow Us d
is reg iros the iinuroverm
'. : uni. Now to make my case 1 1
i .vill cite mv own ¡and. Oni y< .
MUCH «imw IH USCIIR CAMPS
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1 through J. W. Bennett. In his de
otith ot Bandon. I nis land w.i->
i < ision this atlernoon, judge Coke re
improved and when 1 went to
¡quires the filing ot an amended and
" ax s on it last .March the s r
Portland, Or., Jan. 4 -Splcnc 1 ! more definite statement of 'acts-by
Washington. D. C., Jan. 3 The ifi s office demanded the wrv m
examples ot tir inn lun. . ¿aid t
1 t .restry division of the cepartmerrt niticent sum ot §1.96. Now isu
the most elaborate ever sent fn 1 1 In his decision this afternoon,
i 01 agricti turc has time oeeash n.i Iv . lat a miserably sm di sum in com
the Nortnwest, will be shipped tin.
judge Coke requires
I to disseminate tome important tn ■ >j is >n to t< i or t reive time-
week to Washington. D. C., wins i to set forti) the names
formation on sp end topics, and one tatount tor improved land?
they will enter into the new build nt 1 fit ials of the sn<ual
of its bulletins just is-ued. mikes oast year I have built a good hous t hi
being erected by the Bureau of j failed tn post rhe n
re* I the statement
< ides some other buildings a J
--------that by the end of the
American Republics under tl <•
Iqtiired by law, to sp<
minute required to rt id the 300 cE-at ed eight acres of lm I an t h
tune to r
rcctioit oi John Barrett.
• he woe the manner in which
words is-iiwo m bulletin om acres ot that set t . fruit, also the pr
will t»e used in tint reception r n :i ! that the returns of
ie nations >f the wor d will lave built considerable fencing so
ol th< new building, v in h w>ii
I were tampered with
nave str ruck 3,00 ,(.of) matches
Now what will be the resttit th.s
serv mon u s lion,
completely finished in fir
i regularly canvassed .
This 1 the bulletin says is the aver •yirv«- when the assessor come?
1 L .
will result in a big advertisement i 1 i specify the precincts
.mg? Well he will hne m. Io
age of the world s consumption, or
this wood as finishing material.
. titan a majority oi the votes were more propeily speaking perhaps, of cl.uring.that 1 tttd, and mv
I he *ood has been prepared i 1 ¡cast. The latter was occasioni <1 by
tile world’s waste for everv minute '•ill be near ten dol ors or a
shipment lia^t and got i is a gi t I he claim set forth in Mr. Bennett s
of the 24 hour of the day. Seven ae dollar per acre, How
from the Oregon & Washington i original petition that less than a
billion is the enormous numlx-r o ite unimproved land joining r
Lmnber Manufacturers' Associ ■
1 majority of the legal voters of the matches scratched tor the t'lifirv ice taxes will not be one cent
The finishing consists ot p ■•• ' I district participated in the
special /ear, and th? people
.r; but on account of mv labor
pie I living III’ h
desk?, ad j election.— l imes.
n >ncy expended their land
brackets of the most cl.tborit.. h t.i .
! worth more but still i have th .• tax
CIS Gì U uIC
IOU$ an I h
carved design.. 1‘h- grain ot he
| poned because or a new arrangement number.
to pay be ause of inv industry. Or is g!
wood is shown to splendid adv.m
• other schools of the county itaving
The :mpc>rt in< e ot the industry it other woids a tine or ci< in. , Avenh
tage and is stained with an <>»’
I entered lor the trv out anti it is pos- that turns out the little splinters of land.
is lilrthat each of the count}’ high wood tipped with sulf iur or some
Mv idea is to assess land of 1 1;
Loggers of Oregon expect tiji
1 schools ..ill enter. Marsbriei.l is other material ignit' d by frit ti<»n, is \’d. tut- ail alike, regardless ot whetl.'
e President 111 1
new rear will see mor. raw tnaier
c.o; yet m. and in case it does not only recognized, the bulletin s \ -
is cleared and in cultivation. Ii
has ; .i-ured h” »
handled in their c.imps than 10
' f enter the debate will probably take when the average smoker tries >0
rmer has a five thotr and d Ar
»here uìu o •
before in the history of the mdustri
the 28th when the contemplate his predicaim. t ii In
■ u.e and bams of like v In ' t
within a similar period.
The mm ,
Mvttle Point negative will deb de I had tc go back to the time wiien it 11 in pay taxes on them, blit not m e oi cmr prog SI v<
her trade is said to be booming 1.1.
j with the Coquille aitirn ttii •• at Co- was necessary for him t > < ax a him for clearing land
Coos c amiy are doing . 111 mi ou.a
the coming year ptontises gr st a>
i quiiie and the Myrtle,
affirm ■ spark from a tinder box. Oi course ¡'Kia is, and has been tor wars would ind e, io
i' nave con
tivitv. Many nulls are short of l<>g
lative will debate uith
Bandon 1 lhe answer is according to the of- cursed with land graidwrs wild ex- ridence in i
and camps will tesume nperat m
j negative here. The (pie-1mn fori ficial bulletin, that h wouid sm< ke 1. t to. and have gotten rich holding country ill i.i
in I' ebruarv in cad of w litii.i • >:
1 dviiat' is: “Resolved that Amer I a grc.it deal ic. s be au -c <1 the dif- urge tracts of land on which the} sequent! y
beile V it
suo ect des er
Spring. New mills in the Co'uml- i
ican Cities Should owr and Operate ; ncultv in getting a light, or Ct I sc,
pay no t ix to speak of. This 1., i
that ht a ili ht st prove his 1
River district have dr.iw’n heavih.
Public I tilitv i : nts. — Enter >ri-e. >n t ¡e other hand, smoke con- class ol blood suckers who want t
the ‘KôO: seveit po.tcii
upon the usual log supply until 1
tinuouslv, in order io keep aliv < the make money oft of h e industry
sen itv m by putting laws oil lue
is less than usual at this
a.»o 1 :
that wiil actu
rite at the end of his cigar, • P'l pe <r hose who dear up their land an
the year. Mills are s od to be fi • I
cigarel. as the case might be.
up with orders that will keep flmi
Now vviiv not put the tax ir o
this introduction the bulletin
busy lor the coining three momi..
Sunday school every
in i r- c dow n to business and makes the ul unimproved land and • 1 »•,w
1 1. m: Christian End-tv >1 in tiie tollo 1 ng observat mns with regard til improved land till timse spe ?i i
evening. Prea ling ever/ Sun I .y to the matchwood situation gi nor tors will cough up' som*. oi their
. . »al and pilose
Plan For Debates
1 except th- fourth Snudi
ot the ally.
it thev had to scil th :r ■a vw er at
.lave been witi-.ciratvn iroin 1 nt. ;
co.no i 1 V
in >ntii. Visitors, wet 11
•ace undet the genital land laws, but
and pc. an e it was not prom >
“Smail and insignific ant as it i
oen . Miniali- i
they cannot be field inddtinitdv, and
the m ch demands peiiiaps .<? o hold in an unimpr oved
The debate that was to have been
» specific law g'
much attention tn the choice of
held bet t een the debating teams < f
and yea. all the state would soon b
or ie I t".
A big line of granite v fe and woods going into its manufacture
the Bandon and Myrtle Point hign
it is generally a<‘initled tha the
inv otiier forest product, Only the occupied by men who wouid un >i) at • -V >0 ind |o in-iiri'
schools on th 7th, has b en post 1 dishes at the Racket Stori 50 51
resource-, must be develop '■I » that
choicest portions of the best trees 1 tove the country. (Jne-iiai 01 tile will ; .tin take up his w
tin- ccal and phosphates musi
Sapwood. knotty < r
een held for years by people who j sl,!
•"•le c.i >ital, and
er. out bi privat
ctoss-grained timber will not do
1 C r
i’he iride is
o vet then- mus at the same time
Instead ot being a by-product of never lived here and have 11cv r|
other articles of manufacture, the ! <ne one davs woi k to nnpro1. < I Im1
little match is turned out
.rcd.-> of nulls over the country their holdings is outrageously high
where the bv products are bulky 1 because 11 costs them virtually noth
I ing to hold op .
I have looked f< r /onttn nu
objects like doors, sash, siiirg
the State (»range to take up this I ho n<
sa.ing. pastsand cordwood. 1
matter tor some time. Now if this
. ines, linden aspen, white ce
little item should fall into the hands ;
(has l’apc nas
i most suitable match tt-i'b. r-
. . • it 1 .tern iloni' Boarding nou
■ >r im: lv I'CCtipie, I ;v \V. I,. 1 ?
the to large tracts of unimproved land 1
smini will guara
mairimoniai kind- «ire Already rinding and he thinks he has a “holier' 1
hat the amount of choice timber
variable is dwindling. Forest con thinks it lust and right for him 1
servation, it applied to the boidi: • make a fortune off of the labor < ot
because our tax laws are ui
;ust he has a very pliabie consan :e.
Well tor fear ot disturbing s >m<
xdy s siumberH I will do ■.
Very Kcsffect u:i>.
a than vvt ukl
Bcwij, J ardi tit
ima w,ist< fili i
.uetho'ds of a few ve.
cunliutic. i'he rap d increase
stumpage prices 1 on of the c
AU oaf '?
auid EDGE TOOL.» are fu( 7
factors in encouraging the wise
forests where suitable ni.
y -z rii .¡I?
is avail.io ■ ."
1 e oai.di in ’ » 1 ■<• "in
; .-aid that .a y of our t aoia win x.-xne
GIVE TE L? A TR*/
i Saturday January 8th at io d a n
IBandon Drug Co
We get our Candies fresh eve y
week and handle onl\ the Be.
and Purest G oods we can
c r boxes
BANDON DRU i CO
;■ dir. ■ i
W ant A i »— A - position bv a com i ation < f officer^.
1 nt and tint':t'cat enr mt er. Lo... >
irv or n
. and have* miar».' oi u b.
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