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BANDON, OREGON, FEBRUARY 3, 1910
PUT OUT OF BUSINESS
Governor Benson Issues Or
der Dissolving Companies
That Fail To Pay
Commercial Club Transacts
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SIUSLAW TO HAVE
A NEW JETT f
THOM TO SELL
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A SURE THING
W. G. Carroll Well Known
Here To Supervise
Electric Line From There to
Carried Off First Honors in
iv.uiR .1 >».|
Has Given Option On Gaso
line Schooner to Newport
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In an executive order Governor
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Coos Bay to Be Actively
W G. Carroll of the United
. F. W. Benson has dissolved about
The Coos Bgy Times vl January
States Engineering office and who
joo incorporated concerns doing
31 says: Chas, Thom, owner of tlve b
made a survey of the Coquil e river
business in the state of Oregon be
Wilhelmina, has given in ppliop on
last summer has been granted a
cause these corporations had not
the gasoline schooner, to tl>e Liu ,it
three year leave of absence and will
coin County Transpcnation Cqm -
made the reports to the secretary
superintend the construction of a
ELECÎ DELEGATESI COQUILLE MEETING of state that are required by law and
pany of Newport which is figuring ,
SUCCESS IS SAID 10 BE ASSURED new jetty at the mouth of the Sius
on putting the craft on a :un out of
had not paid their license fees
law, Florence, Ore
that port. Whether the deal will
for the past two years.
The acti on
go through or not is uncertain
The meeting of the Bandon was taken under the authority of
Mr. Thom could not be een today ,
Commercial Club Tuesday night Chapter 172 of the laws of 1905;
The Eugene Guard says: “F. H. weather will permit.
In the four cornered debate bv
Of the project Mr. Cai roll savs-
was the best attended and most and the concerns so affected are Kidder of Minneapolis, who has been
but it is understood that he has been
I'.he high schools of Coes county
enthusiastic of the season and now without legal right to do busi corresponding with the Lane County "The contract was awarded to Rob | Friday night tiie Bar.don high figuring on getting a vessel with a
greater capacity to take the \\ il-
many matters of importance were ness in this state. Their articles ot Asset Co npanv, concerning the pro ert Wakefield, one of the contractors school earn« d off t le
helmina’s place here providing he
taken up and carried through. incorporation are 1 evoked and re motion of the railroad to deep water, who did part of the Coos Bay bar
at home and at Myzlle Point and
Mr. Kidder went bor work. He is preparing to start
dispose of the latter to a
The secretary was instructed to pealed by the order, and all powers is in the city.
was the only school in the county’
correspond further with the West conferred upon them by la v are de over the proposed route last fall and the work as soon as possible. The that s ‘cured two favorable decisions good advantage. The Wilhelmina
ern Union Telegraph Co with the clared inoperative and void
is convinced that it is peifectly government has loaned him the plant
was built a little over a year ago by
I consequently they won the chain*
view of establishing an office in
Many of the companies so affected feasible and one of the best p.oposi at Bandon and this will be moved to I piouship of the county for the pres Kruse & Banks fot him.
Concerning the ileal a Newport
this city and to find out what they are native to other states, but have tions he has ever known. John the Siuslaw early in the spring. He ent school year The arrangement
would consider a reasonable amount been registered in Oregon, while
! of the debates was announced in last dispatch says:
of business for the establishing of others were incorporated under the neapolis, have long been associated figure it can be done in two working
NEWPORT, Ore., J ui 31— The
I week’s R ecorder , consequently it
laws of this state. A large percent with Mr. Kidder in railroad build- seasons. It will cost about $100,000.
County Transp »rtalion Com
“The north jetty is the largest j will not be necessary to give it pany recently incorporated bv Cap
Announcement was read of the age of the outlawed companies are ng, and will join him here, some
meeting of the Coquille, Myrtle mining concerns, while others are time during the first part of Feb of the two and will cost consider
tain George Tyler of Newport; F.
Bandon debated North Bend here
Bandon commercial maintaining active business
Just ruary and the three of them will im ably more than $100,000. When
C. Savage and A. H. Hi 1 of Port
having the affirmative side, and at
bodies at Coquille today for the what the legal effect of this executive mediately begin the survey, location they get the two jetties completed,
land, will soon purchase the schoon
Myrtle Point our school bad the
purpose of arranging details regard order will be upon the operations and procuring of the right of way they will have a nice little harbor
er Wilhelmina of Coos Bay and
negative, and both sides of the
ing the port commission and the of the concerns is hard to tell at from Eugene to Coos Bay by wav with eight or ten feet of water at low
the îun between
question were won by the Bandon- place her on
following delegates were elected: J. this time, but many embarassing law of Siuslaw.
Bay and Port-
iins. In matter of points, the
“All of these gentlemen hive
I • Kronenberg. G. W. Moote, C points will doubtless be raised as to
is 130 tons ut
various schools stood as fol-
R. Moore, M J McKenna, Steve the rights of the companies to issue
Bandon School Gets Medal lows: Bandon 6; Coquille 5i merchandise 01 150 tons of lumber
G?llier and others who could go checks, collect money or transact make Eugene their home. They
Myrtle Point 4. an 1 Norm Bend 1. and she has a speed of
were urged to do so.
business.—Salem are experienced railroad men and
per hour. Captain Tyler will be
The points were: One for each
Supt. H. C. Ostien has received
have assurance from prominent rail
R. M. Pressey who has charge Statesman.
judge an I one for the decision. Ban in cominan I.
road builders of the country that a bronze medal from the Alaska-
of the arrangements for 1 the debate
don won both debates by a two to
on the port commission asked th it Investigation ot Platinum De as soon as the survey and right of Yukon-Pacific Exposition held at
one decision, givi ig them >- \ points.
way are completed the road will be Seattle in 1909, for the exhibit of
the club set a date for such de
Notice to Mariners
posits of Coos County
Coquille won unanimously from
wie work of the Bandon public
bate, and Tuesday evening Feb
North Bend and secured one vote
“It is the intention that the work schools at the big fair last summer.
22 was decided upon.
in the Myitle Point debate, giving
Cap!. Wm. Meyer of the Ain. S.
Dr. Day, Chief ol the Minerai to be started next month shall con Bandon and Marshfield were the
The debate will be held either
1 them five points. Myitle Point wen S. ‘Leelanaw” reports that on Jan.
in the Bandon opera house or one Division of the United States Geo tinue up to the completion of the only schoojs in the county’ that
I four points, getting a two to one 16, 1910 at 10:15 a. m. in Lat 450
received medals, and the medal
of the moving picture houses and logical Survey is reported to have road.
“With competent men in charge coming just at the time the high decision over Coquille at Coquille 36'N. Long. 1250 05' W h: posed
recently made an investigation ol
there will be three on a side.
and a universal demand for an school won the championship ol the and one judge against Bandon
within 200 yards of two large ships
A committee composed of L. J. the platinum possibilities of the opening to the sea, the success of
The debate it Bandon was of a lower masts, broken off at the
county in debate makes
Radley, 11. M. Pressey and J. W. Salmon Mountain and Bandon sec the enterprise is assured.”
very high class and those who lower ends; and which seemed to be
Mast was appointed to draw up
j participated are wo. thy of great lashed together. Light Northwest
resolutions regarding the poor tel testshad indicated the presence o:
honor in their work.
We are in wind and smooth sea at the time.
ephone service and to ask that platinum in these sections, and the Dairy Association to Meet
The medal is a very beautiful
formed that the debates at the other
Capt Edward Gilliam of the S.
the same be made better. This investigation seemingly has con
one, and as medals were issued only
S. “Tees” reports having ex
is to be signed by the users of firmed this indication, according to
to schools having extra fine exhibits
After the debate, the high school amined from lowered boat the
at the fair, the Bandon school pupils
pupils of Bandon, banqueted the waterlogged derelict “Susie H.
President Oakes appointed
an by the Government mineral experts sociation will hold a meeting on and teachers are to be congratulated
[North Bend team, the udges, teach Plummer” on the afternoon of Jan.
executive committee whose duty to locate platinum beds, due to the Wednesday Feb. gth at Coquille.
upon the success of their achieve
j ers of the Bandon schools and a few 25, finding her stripped.
Dairy Commissioner Caterlin will ments.
will be to formulate plans to be car growing scanty of this verv valuable
friends and it was a banquet worthy
J ohn M c N ulty ,
ried out by the club.
The com mineral. At the present time this be here to assist us and explain
U. S. N. in Charge.
mittee is: Dr. L. P. Sorensen, R. country must depend upon Russia fully how the dairymen ofjTillamook
M. Pressey, C. E. Kopf, E II. for its supply of platinum,—the have cooperated and made a quality
To Drill For Oil
j their good will and enthusiasm for
Fish and M. J. McKenna. A metal being essential to the con and quant’ty of cheese that is known
the cause. A number of toasts were
Train Strikes Children
committee composed of L. I. Rad- struction of certain electrical appara the world over and brings them the
The Coos Bay Times of last Sat
ley, E. H Fish and E. E Oakes tus. It is said, however, that even highest possible price.
says: Ernest Newlove of the whole affair was one ol profit as
was appointed to inveitii; ite the
and the steamboat company says 1 Santa Clara, Cal., an oil magnate ' well as pleasure, tiie only disappoit-
feasibility of building a p! in\ walk to Pacific Monthly.
A dispatch from Andover, O., says
there will surely be an early boat in 1 arrived here today’ to join Expert | ing feature being the light attendance
the beach and report at the next
A bobsled. carrying 20 school
the morning and will leave at 2:30 1 Dunham in investigating the report
children, was struck by a fast Lake
ed oil deposits in this section. Un
or 3:00 o'clock in the attrrnooi:.
A number of other minor ma tters
1 the welfare of the school as there Shore X Michigan Southern passen
That the cooperative efforts of
were discussed and acted upon,
Miss Belloni will be one of our
gers train, on North Main street
the dairymen is working good for they expect to arrange to drill a should.
after which were suggest ons for the teachers next term.
today and carried 200 feet on the
the improvement of the dairy in
in • well here within a short time.
good of the club and many excellent
pionship for Bandon are Affirmative pilot of the locomotive until brushed
thoughts were brought out. The
team, against North Ben i: Maud
club then adjourned to meet again are preparing the ground tor their ready offers have been made for cur this section carefully and while he Lowe, Earl Watkins and Robt. off by an engine standing on a
sidetrack. Not one child was killed
butter fat for the coming season is not doing much talking, he ad
next Tuesday night.
Blackerby. Negative team against and none is thought to be seriously
We saw the sheriff racing around
Lena Langlois, hurt.
last week. That means busi- or 3 1-2 cents above what he got the tically certain that they will drill in
1 hos. Laird.
this vicinity. This evidently means
ness for some one.
This means that the dairymen of that the reported 'indications of the
Try alfalfa meal for chickens and
Mrs. Martin came home from the lower river will receive about
The tegular meeting ot Bandon
cattle Esfabrook Warehouse. 3otf
First class job work a specialty.
last Saturday. $6.000 more for their butter fat this been substantiated by him.
Grange occurs on next Saturday at Mvrtle
season than than last season.
10:30 a. m. in Concrete hall. Be She has been under the doctor's
Will this not pay handsomely for
Mr. Newlove is understood to
sides the installation of officers there care up there.
the time and expense of organizing have made his millions in the
will be conferring of degrees on
Billie Rohn went down to Ban and wont $6.000 go a long way Southern California field.
several candidates and other busi don recently to see whit the city toward supporting a cow testing
association and buying good blood
ness of importance.
dads required him to do with the ed sires to head the herds which
We are agents for FAIRBANKS-MORSE gas and
Brother !.. Strang of Mvrtle Poin street adjoining his lots there.
A Modern Equipment
will mean increased production in
Marine engines. See us for any kind of an
who was unable to be present at die
There is a great deal of sickness in the future?
The association has received a
Engine or Wood Sawing Machine.
last meeting will be on hand to take i our community at present. Mrs.
Coumerilh-Christensen Co. has
FARM MACHINERY We handle everything in that
charge ot the installation
It is ex - Green has been confined to het etter and bulletin from C. L.
line, either from stock or catalogue. Our first
tremely important that all patrons bed for two weeks. C. A. Peter Mitchell Federal Dairy inspector. installed “Air Li le” cash carriers
One of Mr Mitchell's duties is to
shipment due Feb. 1st. Come and see
especially all the officers elect, son Sr. is under the doctor's care and encourage cow testing associations ¡n their store, which is a modern
equipment and gives the store the
ROOFING. Have you seen it? Il’s
is very feeble. D. Mathers is very
will stand the test. Cheaper than
F rank F. E ddy , Master.
feeble also and it is doubtful it he at the meeting.
partment store. Coumerilh Christen
shingles. Lasts longer.
survives his present illness.
Every dairymen is requested to be sen Co. through constant advertis
Pittsburg electric weld. Poultry netting
Beet« for Sale
V eritas .
at the next meeting, there is im- ing and hustling are succeeding n
jortant business, such as to deter-
Good stock beets $6.00 per ton.
can do plumbing that suits. Copper
nine where the butter will be tnanu-
The ground-hog was out Wednes- •ictured during the coming season. Bandon, and it ■ another evidence
Price does not include sacks. In
and Galvanized iron work
quire of Sweet Bros, Lampa, Ore. j day. .
T. H. H anly , Sec.
of the fact that it pays to advertise.
I Bandon Hardware Company