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BANDON, OREGON, JANUARY 13, 1910
VOLUME XX VL
CITY FATHERS IN
Cmy [J HERMANN CASE
IM«E«SE UNION FOR
ON COOS BAY
j Fruit Growers Contemplating
Marshfield Men Circulating
One For Road to
Organization That Will
Founders on Bar With Crew
Be State Wide
Let Contract to Extend Little
Former Oregon Congressman
Has Hearing on Land
Proposition To the
of Twenty-Six and
Coquille Valley Dairy
Th— Coos Bav Times of January Street and Transact Other
One big fruit growers union_ for
Portland, Ore, Jan 12 - Die trial
of former Congressman Bi. g r Her-
McLain and others are circulating
trict is planned by orchardistsi ot
' maim of Oregon, ch irgc«l with con-
petitions here asking the county
Southern Oregon. A movement is
j spiraey to defraud the United States
c urt to expend $50,000 the coming
under way for merging the Medford,
1 government of lands in connect!« >n
year in constructing a good highway
Ashland and Grants Pass fruit grow
with the formation oi die Blue
from Empire to the Douglas county
Mountain forest reseivc in this
DAVIDSON BROTHERS 6ET CONTRACT
line via North Bend, Marshfield, Co
and it is proposed to give over to
' state, was commenced Mond \ i 1
quille and Myrtle Point on the route
this body the packing and shipping
the United States court. The jury
a special meeting of the city of all fruit grown in the valley and
The S. S. Czarina a steel vessel |
That the Bandon Creamery- Co 1 is being secured from a venire of
council Tuesday evening the con-
to keep abreast willr the 'three hundred talesman and it is
belonging to the Southern Pacific! I he petitions are being liberally tract was let to ext nd Little strent a'so the buying of packing, spray is going
signed and will be presented to the
ing and other orchard materials Innes
from the fact that ' expected that several divs will be
Co was foundered on Coos Bay bar
to deep water, Davidson Bros being direct from the factory in carload
commissioners early next week.”
they are constantly expanding, A ; consumed in selecting the twelve
Wednesday afternoon and is a total
That sounds like business and the lowest bidders, were awarded lots. The formation of such an or recent move of the company was to men who will pass upon the guilt or
loss, together with 26 oul af 32 peo should be carried through at all the contract, their bid being $2158, ganization will insure the uniformity buy-the Lake Side creamery over on innocence ot the former congress
A good all the year which a as $2 less than Win. 1 O' of the | ack and maintain the high l'..e Mile Lake, and a number ol mart.
ple on board. The vessel was a hazards.
gan’s who was the next low man.
reputation of Rogue River fruit. other propositions are now under
freighter and had a crew of 31, the around wagon road to Roseburg
Mr. Hermann has been wailing
Little Street is the one that ex The proposed union is to be in
way that will make this company the a long time for his trial and its pro
son of Manager Millis making the
tends past the site of Perry’s Veneer corporated and its affairs will be
to Coos and Douglas counties.
leading one of its kind in this part of gress will be watched with keen in
plant, which will be commenced handled by a board of directors
Oregon. At a meeting of the Co terest by people not only in Oregon,
The Czarina attempted to cross
at once. Piling are now being and a manager.
quille Valley Dairy Association last but all over the whole United
hauled for the foundation of the
out over the bar behind the Redondo
Coos county and Curry county week, bids for the business of the as States.
Fire Department Meets
veneer plant, and Mr. Perry expects should also get into this great
which is a smaller vessel, but the
sociation by the various creameries
to commence driving them next union and thus stimulate the fruit
Czarina foundered on the bar and
ot the valley were submitted, and
The semi annual meeting of the week.
business all over the southern part the bid by Green & Foster, The
drifted to the south spit where she i-
Eastern Stars Install
The street extension will be 850 of the state. We can raise fruit
Volunteer Fire Department was held
Bandon Creamery Co through their
The captain, the
a total wreck,
Tuesday, Jan. 4th when much bus
here equal to any in the United agent, R. M Pressey, was much
chief engineer, the purser and two iness concerning the work ot the 18 feet wide, and a part 48 feet
States, and a union of this kind better th in that offered by any other
The K. of P. hall was well filled
sailors together with Mr. Millis are department was transacted. Of wide, according to specifications.
would be the means of getting the company. This will mean that dur- last Saturday night with members
Other business was tiansacted at
still strapped to the rigging and are ficers for the ensuing six months
proper prices for the fruit
ing the coming season, the local of Occidental Chapter No. 45 Or
council meeting, such as allow
hanging on nobly, but as the sea is were elected as follows.:
creamery will nearly doubl its out der of Eastern Star and their in-
Pres., J. W. Mast; Vice Pres , ing the electric light bill, granting
put of last season, which was far in vited guests to witness the installa
The Bank Building
J. A. Kennedy; Sec., Ray McNair; to M. Breuer, the privilege of tap
•excess of any record ever yet made tion of the newly elected officers
get out Treas. E. B. Henry; J. H. Shields, ping a spring near the life sav
it may be impossible to get to the r, Chief; Ralph. Holman, Asst. Chief ing station for a water supply, and
The new building of the First in the Coquille valley during a single of tlu! chapter.
Cecil R. Wade acted as installing
National Bank in this city is rapidly season.
although every effort possible is
A few delinquents were suspend a number of other m nor matters.
Other plans, now in view will also officer. At the conclusion of the
The city council is getting down
being mada. The Bandon lise sav ed from the roll and a number of
add greatly to the capacity of the installation ceremonies amusements
business on the street proposition construction work on the building
ing crew went over this morning new members elected.
company, and the propositions that were indulged in while the ladies
Die splendid financial condition in real earnest and the prospects will no doubt be completed next
and will assist the Coos Bay crew in
are taking up will not only in were preparing a very fine hindi
of the company was a matter of are that we will have streets in keep week and workmen are now engaged
crease their output, but will insure which was enjoyed by all.
favorable comment. A most pleas ing with the growth of the city, nstalling the furnace and heating to the dairymen an advance in prices
Following is a list of the newly
The only one saved so far is the ing surprise was the announcement which promises to be very rapid plant and the necessary plumbing
second assistant engineer who of the receipt of a good sized check during the coming summer.
The building presents a very fine
All things taken into consideration
Mary Gallier, Worthy Matron ;
appearance and will add greatly to
drifted ashore last night about from Rasmussen Bros, accompanied
the company will not only en’arge William McKay, Worthy Patron;
the general aspect of that part of
tc o’clock and was resuscitated by a letter of commendation for the
their own resources, but will greatly Violet Lorenz. Associate Patron ;
town. The pressed brick fronts
after three hours work by the life very efficient work that the com
the value of the dairymens' Kate Rosa, Secretary; Ira Sidwell,
on bot h Second and B streets are
pany has done during the past year,
property, and insure them much Trea-urer; Louise Boyle, Conduct
especially the assistance given in
Assistant Law Officer Shaw of thorougly modern in every respect more clear gain per cow, for the ress; Lizzie Manciet, Associate Con
Reports up to this time are very subduing the recent blaze resulting
Government Forester Pinchots’s de as ts every part of tne building, both
ductress; Emma Hite, Warden;
meager it being hard to understand from the gasoline explosion in the partment who was ousted with his the ground and the second floors coming season,
James Mast, Sentinel; Viola Rosa,
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over the telephone, but when the El Dorado building.
chief by President Taft, is quite being constructed on the best
Chaplain; Merta Mehl, Organist;
The present year bids fair to be a well known on Coos Bav. His last architectural plans procurable.
life saving crew refuses we will
Assaults Labor Champion Grace Smith, Marshal. Star Points:
The fixtures for the banking
probably be able to get more definite successful one for the company. visit here was a year ago when he
have not yet arrived but are
Fhe organization is strong and came here toa:d in the government’s
news, but suffice ts say, it was one
Ruth; Anna Craine,
London, Jan. 6—John Burns, who Reynolds,
working in harmony and more contest of the coal land claims of C. ready for shipment as soon as the
Cox; Martha; Eva
of the worst wrecks that has oc active drill work will be taken as
C. Carter, S. D. Pulford, J. H. inteiior is completed. This will per represents the labor union element Eaton, Electa.
curred on the Oregon coast for soon as the weather moderates.
Flanagan, Herbert Lockhart and haps occupy another month, and in the British parliament
G. R. M c N air , Sec.
others He was rated as one of the the installing of the fixtures will
The Czarina was built in England
brainiest men in the government perhaps occupy several weeks more. by an unidentified man, according to
Notice of Dissolution
service and won many friends here. I is not expected that the bank dispatches received from that place
about 33 years ago and was 216 long
Burns was entering his
will open the doors of the new today.
Japs Oppose Plan
—Coos Bay Times.
and 40 foot beam. Shi ba: ' ee-i on
after making a political
building much before the first oí
The partnership heretofore exist
this coast run for the pa t if jears.
town hall when his as
ing under the nane of Pickett &
Tokio, Jan. 8—Leading news
Face Twisted Boy Sues
sailant, who w as not identified as a 1
Hollenbeck on the first day of Jan.
papers in their issues tomorow will
resident of Staffordshire, sptang up
The latest news is to the effect disapprove the acceptance by Japan
D 1910 dissolved by mutual
Rebekah Whist Party
consent, Ada Nettie Hollenbeck to
that the five who were still hanging of Secretary Knox's proposition for
walk and struck him several times
assume all debts and receive all ac-
on are now lost, making a total of the neutralization of the Manchurian
with his fist.
railway. The consensus of opinion
31 lost and one saved.
The assailant then made good his
Aria Nettie Hollenbeck
is that it is impracticable because $20,000 damages against the city
escape and disappeared in the
E. J. Pickett.
Japan will not receive benefit in of Tacoma, alleging that is a result
Burns was not seriously
proportion to the sacrifice entailed,
Labor Appeals to Taft
Hurt, but suffered a number of bruises
i Official circles are noncommittal his face were contracted, causing filled and everyone had a jolly time and cuts on his face.
1 on the subject. It is generally be- him to be rebuked by his school N.J. Crain won first prize for gentle
Of fraternal insurance. The MOD
Washington, Jan, 6—The Ameri j lieved here that Russia will decline teacher for facial expressions for men, a box of cigars. Mrs. Chas,
ERN WOODMEN is “steen” laps
can Federation of Labors, through to accept the American suggestion. which he was not responsible, and
Buy your first quality white cedar ahead of the bunch, and gainig all
a committee headed by Samuel I he newspapers will point 011 that
bowl. Dr. Sorensen won second shingles from the Estabrook Co.
Gompers, James O’Connell and commercial nentrality in Southern ior this reason.
He also alleges that his nervous
other leaders, today carried its Manchuria was guarranteed by the
was badly shattered ; nd while the second prize for ladies, a
fight against the United States treaty oi Portsmouth.
lost a finger of his rignt china cup and saucer was won by
Steel Corporation to President
hand. He alleges he received the Mrs. C. Thomas. Mr. Reynolds suc
down for this week
shock while attempting to turn on ceeded in capturing the booby prize,
The committee presented to the
a little china tray.
nanurarn Bean Pots, Yellow Mixing
a light October 18, 1908.
President 14 charges of illegality
of the steel corporation and asked
Sunday school every Sunday at
elegant refreshments, consisting ol
for an immediate investigation of io a. m; Christian Endeavor in the
P ai T v F q
an<l Pa’nt Brushes. Paint up
Protection at Cost
cake, coffee and marsh mallow pud
* ^***^«, Kxlao now while this nice weather last
the so called trust, which they as evening. Preaching every Sunday
No*frills, just plain insurance at ding was served, and at a late hour,
sert is operating in defiance of the except the fourth Sunday of the
All our CU ILERY and EDGE TOOLS are fully war
actual cost—That is the MODERN all departed voting the Rebekahs
law. The president, promised to month. Visitors, welcome.
ranted. And we personally stand back of everything
take the subject up with Secretary
M. E. C oen . Minister.
we guarantee. We mean it. Try us. We are not
of Commerce and I-abor Nagle and
afraid that any of our tools will come back
and with Labor Commissioner Neill.
100 of them marked w»y
Beets for Sale
$22.00 for $3,000
All kinds of draying and transler-
It cost a man 29 years old $22 00
FOR SALE—mill wood,
Good stock beets $6.oo pet ton.
Th« Bandon Commercial Club
from Cody’s mill $2.00 per load to carry $3 000 insurance last year
Will meet next Tuesday evening at Price does not include sacks. In C<»al sold and delivered at lowest in the MODERN WOO DMEN, in
quire ol Sweet Bros, Lampa, Ore. prices
J. Jenkins, Prop. .
cludiag local dues.
Bandon Hardware Company
We do Plumbing, Tin and Copper Work.