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BANDON, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL, 14 1914
AND DEVELOPMENT ALL
Salem, Or., April 14. A creamery
has been secured for Heppncr, but
the packing house has been dropped
for the present.
West Salem has a fruit and veget
able evaporating plant ready for luTs
Cottage Grove is within a few hun
dred dollars of having a cannery.
In many counties legislative candi
dates are pledging themselves to en
act no more laws to interfere with in
dustrics or business.
Caples & Co. are erecting a two
story brick general merchandise ston
00x70 feet, at Forest Grove.
Tin. North Rend Lumber Co. wil.
extend its docks to the harbor line.
Astoria will erect first unit of .'
half million dollar public dock.
Toledo Lumber Co. resumes opera
tion of sawmill and logging camps,
ors at Sheridan has organized a f ru;
growers' cannery association witl
$8,000 capital stock.
D. A. Paine will erect a two-stor;
concrete ware house at Eugene.
OlU! Of the latest Oregon indue-.
tries is a sugar of milk factory tha
utili'.es the whey from the Tillamoo
Tho Euroiio school board will g
ahead with plans for a hiRh schoo
nuthroized by tho people, in spite "Ot
threats of referendum.
Tho Northwestern Fruit Exchnngr
will erect a warehouse at Hood Rive,
to handle this .year's crop.. .
Salem postoffice is to have tT$40,"
Ten dollars per week is to bo th
minimum waRC in WashinRton, whih
OreRon it is $9.25 for Portland
rest of tho state $8.25.
German Reformed Lutherans wil,
erect a $10,000 church at 'Salem.
A ?R0,000 Girls Industrial Schoo"
and a $27,000 implement buildiiiR fo
the Feeble Minded Institute are b6iin
built at Salem.
April 1st work started on tho Wil
lamette Pacific tunnel at Sthofich
The new state fair, puvillion is ti
cost $44,700. . ' w . .. - -
Permits for fifteen houses won
taken out at Eugene .during March,
nnd Randou has a strong biiildinj
The National "Amusement Co., ' V
Portland will erect a $100,000 theatre:
The Petzell estate lias built and i'
operating a sawmill' ncross tho rivei
Win. Parker of Santa Maria, Cal
will establish, tho- Royal- bakery a.
Tho North Rend city counciljias or
dered $23,o6onow street work.
The Savage Tiro Co., the first auto
mobilo tiro factory on tho - Pacifif
coast, Ims established a branch at
The Sutherlin Rrick nnd Tilo Co
will operate wth $10,000 capital.
R. I), lloke has been Riven n free
sito and may establish a cannery at
J. II. FitxhiiRh of Coburg has mov
edod a hroonP factory plant to Eu
Reno from Iowiston, Idoha;
LeRi'ando is trying"' to locato ope
of Hetnx pickle factories.
Tho nmrhlo quarry on Williamr
creoh. owned by C. II. Perkins, of
Portland, k behiR developed.
Tin1 Norih Rank road will erect a
temporary freight- house In Hast Port
ion!, and promises, un $SOO,000 Ktsuc
turo I 'ter.
(' L. Ilollidny will Imvo a cheese
factory In ooratlonsnon at lingeM,
Klairjytli County,, ,
Portland men will nroct " a (10,000
rapacity sawmill at the mouth of the
Kustorii Oregon luiwspnpor inoji
met lit Pendleton iiihJ illepiuMod wf
of promoting Industrial ilovtdopmont
on Saturday, April ltd.
ArtmUi in pulling; on n KtroNtr mm
I iii mkhiii" ilii iim of mmi Uimh
mTmtii in limt Wty uf Uu tuiui
Tim iM uf l)i$m kuiUlNtf niiMip
Mii iiuiumi Id ftjflwi idi4m
HH-lli-l tinluMiitiw tlw tM Uf
MRS. FOREMAN. TEACHER,
HELD TO GRAND JURV.
Clatskanic, Ore., . .April 14. Mrs.
Flora I: Fdrehian, 'former school
teacher at Quincy, deposed for teach
ing Socialism in her school, wan
bound. over to the Rrand jury aftei
a preliminary-hoarhiR on a charRC of
inciting to riot for nn n.llcged nttacl
on the schopl house at,, Quincy, March
30th. Nine others wcro arrested witl
her at that time. Mrs. Forcman'i
case will be made a test case, and
whatever tho result in one case will
hold Rood in all.
ALL SET FOR
FILING TIME WAS UP LAST FRI
DAY. RIG LIST OF CANDI
Salem, Or., April 14. All but 1(
of, tio 202 candidates for state ami
'district offices who had filed declara
tlons filed completed nominatiiiR po
Utions before -closinR time Friday
This gives the voters of the state the
lonRcst list of candidates from whicl
to make "their selections at tho pri
niary election May 15, ever presentee
in this state. The voters may now'
know definitely "the ilanles that wil) Ik
on the ballots, nnd boirin to studv st
as'to weed' oufthe unfits.
Of those who filed completed peti
tions, 105 aro, Republicans, 4.'! an
Dqmoercjta ,and. 14 arc Progressives .
Two years ago there were only J2t
Republicans and 68 , Democrats., Thii
year) however, all candidates for dis
trict aB well as state offices filed thoii
petitions; with thc-secrcUtry.of statt
for the first time, nnd that account!
for some of the increase. Previoush
candidates "in the dfslricts comprised
of butjmo"c"Qunty file(Jhejr jietitioni
with tho county clerks. Secretary, of
State Olcott and a forco of clcrkt
worked until after midnight last
nightghecking petitions, and noiu
had-to be rejected because of serioui
Seven Republicans, two Democrat?
and one I'rogressive failed to file
completed petitions after filinR de
clarations. ' The "Republicans w&rt
Tom Kay, Portland for state trcas
urof' W- L.Robt), Portland, for na
tional committeemai'rr AlfreTl tf. Par
ler, James E. Appleby, Edward 1)
Ulrichand George"Johnson',"'all- "of
Portland, for representatives, and R
.C. E.. Hascl, ..Astoria, -for...ttpi'cscnla
Tho Democrats who failed to Ret
on the ballot .wore: . .John Osterman
of Taft, for CoiiRressman in the First
listrict, and Fred- E. Harrison, of
HrownVille, for representative' In the
Sc-i'omr iitstrict. -
S. J. "Silverman of Portland is the
LVogro&mvo--who-failed to -get on- the
Killot for representative.
There flfo'15 candidates for gover
nor, the larR6st number seeking anj
office in tho state. Of these eight arc
Republicans, fivo" aro D'emcorats and
two are Progressives, so tho contest in
11 tji req jiiirtios will hokcen.
For .Supreme Jourt Justices there
will be a spirited contest for the Re
publican nominations with practical
ly po contest in tho other two parties.
I' our places aro to be filled, and there
aro eight Republican candidates. Only
two Democrats entered the race, and
Jno Progressive, so it is expected those
parties will fill out their tickets by
writing-in- the names-of-candidatcs.
T. T. ALLEN OPERATED ON
AT RANDON HQSPITAL
T. T. Alien, oio of tho pioneers of
this community and well-known to
everyone in U.mdnn, was operated on
at tho Raiidon Hoxpltnl Sunday, hav
his log amputated near the hip.
Mr. Alloa hud hceii 'suffering for
uomo time from Wry gangreuo In I he
foot iiml leg nnd tho njwrntion whk
iioeoMur-)' to vavo liU llfu. Sir. Alton
m Koviuily-fniir ywr old nnd U mm
n tlw limit highly honored iiiiJxoiHt
uf Nflwloii. Ilu mt Ji wldinr in (l
Ulvl) mr Md in u miuw of llundun
mutt mi m fNMU t Uhu
RA'NDON CHURCHES" TO
- .vGAGE IN UNION HE-s
VI VAL "SERVICES. '
Tho M. E. church, the Presbyternn
church and the M. E. church South
arc building a tabernacle on the prop
crty of the lnttcr church at the cor
ner of Edison Avenue and Fourth
Street. Work was commenced .this
morning" anil' it "will be ready for oc
cupancy. in a very few days.
Tho tabernacle .is to be 40x8.0 feet
and will have a largo sentitiR rapac
ity, It wjll be used to continue tho
union revival services now boinR con
ducted at the M. E. church South, un
der the ieadcrship of Rev. Thomas,
pastor of the AI. E. Church South of
Coquillc. ' "" "
county cuojrr GOES AFTER
SOUTHERN OREGON COMPANY
Rocnllinethtr reCcmt 'decision' of the
State Supreme Court aRainst tho
Southern OreRon Compnny in the tax
y aid u V " V V
case irom uouRias county, our county
court last Friday -made tho foUwim
order in relation, to that conipanv'r
i- . i . . ......
uixes in uug .coimjy wjucii lt.hasJieen
playing at paying for n year or two
"In tho mnttcr of the' pending suit
of the Southern Oregon Company vs,
W- W. Gago as plaintiir and tax-col
lector pf this county.
It is ordered thnt the order en
torcd April 8th; 1014, is hereby re
voked nnd tho district bo ordered to
proceed as If no order had been made,
md that the county clerk notify tho
southern Oregon company to cither
pay the taxes referred to in said suit
without conditions, with pendlties
and interest, or to withdraw tho said
deposit; nnd upon failure of tho said
Orogon company to withdraw said do
posit, the county clerk in the event
of the dismissal of the injunction by
uic circuit court and county trean
uror arid sheriff and other proper of-
ncials aro directed to apply said de
posit on taxes of said Southern Ore
gon company which are unpaid, with
penalties and Interest so far as tho
samo-shall apply on the unpaid taxes
penalties and interests of the South
ern Oregon company. It is further
ordered that the draft of $38,801). 10
deposited with the county ;clerk on
March 14, 1914, by the Southern Ore
gon company be returned or cashed
and applied to tho payment of taxes
for tho year lOl.!, and that tho coun
ty clerk immediately notify tho
Southern Oregon company to pay its
taxes without conditions attached to
such payment, or on its failure to do
so to return the said "draft." Co
GEO. M. LAFFAW WILL REPRE
SENT UANDON AT ,
A meeting of thu Coos countv base
ball association is being held at
Marshfleld today and definito steps
taken toward organizing the county
league. Just what tho condition
will not be known until after the
meeting, but It is thought that there
Would be a fivo league mn amhlhat
tlmrq will bo no nihtricllom. on the
numlHir of imported players for
any (nam, Tills will Iiikiiio ii good
article of hull.
Tho Women's (Viiiiineri'iiil (lull
will hold ii snei'lnl iiinutlng at (Ju
(Inniiimrolnl (Mod Hull Fihluy ufl.ir.
niMiii. IJvury iiidmUir U mk"J lo u
J A lhm of VMiliiiiiiiiu Iiuh
!fXUUll iS Jiftttll 111 llll I'UBUllul hu II...
LEFT MARSHFIELD AT 0:00 THI
MORNING AND ARRIVED
HERE REFORE 10:00
The nuto race between tho Ford and
Hupmobilo to see which could mak
the quickest time between Marsh
field and Randon over tho present
muddy roads was won by the Ford
The time was 3 hours and 51 min
utcs, as against 0 hours and 25 min
utes made by the Hupmobile Sunday
j nc I'ora came over this morninj;
without a mishap, except that tho
driver struck a stump, throwing three
men out of the' car. Nobody was hurt
however, and they were soon on thei
way aRam. The Ford was driven bv
EdRar Simpson of Coos Ray.
PLAN TO ROOST THE PACIFIC
north-west IN lUlf
Portland, Ore., April 14. Durinf
the past week representatives of the
four great railroads traversing this
territory, joined with tho enmmer
cial organizations of Portland, Spo
knno, Tacoma and Seattle in the pre
paration of plans for properly nrcsen
tfiiR the numerous attractions of the
Pacific North west to tho tourists who
will make next yenr a pilRramaRc to
the. exposition at San Francisco. An
other conference will be held in about
two weeks nt- which the details of
some co-operative scheme will be
worked out. 'Tt is- probable that a
tourist bureau will 'bo established at
some cchtrnl" pinVln. tho middle -west
from which ofrorts .will bo made to in
duce tourists to .purchase tickets ov
,er lines serving the north west states
The expense of sucla bureau will be
horn jointly, by the railroads and the
April z: nas neen - set aside as
on" that date it is"exp'cctcd that not
lesrf than 2,000 husky"n1cn from tho
Portland' ndd "club and 'similar or-
ganiz.ltidhs'wlll'' doif - 'SvSr.'ills, arm
themselves with plck'and shovel, gral
their trusty ilinnet-pnil and' go forth
to do a more pr less serious, day's
work on the roads. . The 0. W. R.
& N. Ry.. will ,run a train -of. flat cars
to various points, on the .Columbia
river highway, and the gas company
and various other" contracting firms
will loan tho neccesary ols. - Govern
or West and the county road officinls
will bo present to see that tho amnt-
eur road laborers do no loafinir on
the job. All ofher parfjS of the state
aro expected . tp .fall in .line and the
nRgrcgulc result should lie .many mile
of well improved roads. - . . -
At a recent meeting- of the Man
ufacturer's- Association of Oregon,
strong resolutions wercr adopted fav
oring wmimbrc point rates 'for Astoria
'and In favor of tlie Paget Sound nnd
other coast cities, has been a. ser
ious handicap, not. only to the dev
elopment of Astoria, but to tho en-
lire Loliiinhia river -country. it is
behoved that the granting of tor
minal rates to Astoria will be of
great benefit to the entire' state of
"Commercial Clubs in Oregon are
getting busy" said Tom Richardson
alter a visit to numerous, pouts thru
out the .state i"S)ilem s a notabh
examplo of comunity union. There
is no discord at- the- capital city, tho
entire citizenship" lrf, a; chorini, iVfi
commercial club work. Recently the
club had almoBt doubled it's .moinher-
ship and is planning-mnny-new un
dertakings for thp benefit of the sur
rounding territory as well as for the
welfare of tho city. Tho Cherry
ralr, especially is to be made bigger
and better than ever.
At Eugene, M Duryea has been
for another yenr. lie is dt voted to
his work and Eugene appreciates him
Jud Flhh has retired from (Im. vcri
Urynlilp t Hie Dulles and his plucr
will ho lllh-dibv K. II. Illll. 1(11 I'M"'
Fnil is luippy nviir n nmi mir
lawful (wo iiMiiitlin Ckn)ijhirtgl Ciuh
iiaif Qilhteb plum Jmu ""
Sm lh mjiifl mI imi mI' Mil
ING FRIDAY EVENINC
Patron-Teachers' meeting will be
held nt the High School Friday even
ing, April 17. This is tho last meet
ing of the year and the program fo
tho evening has been prepared with
Following is tho program:
Selection High School Glee Clul
Violin Solo Mr. Haggertj
Piano Solo Mr. C. R. Moon
Address Mr. G. T. Treadgold
Vocal Solo Mr. C. R. Wad
Violin Solo Mr, Ilaggcrty
A BIG DANCE
ORDER OF GOOD FELLOWS TO
GIVE PRIZE HALL
The dance to bo given next Satur
day evening at the Rank Hall by th
Order of Good Fellows, promises li
bo one of tho best ever given in Ran
don. Among the uninuc feature
which will take this ball out of tin
ordinary aro the gold medal prize
which are to be given to the hci.
dancers. The medals, which are fur
nished and engraved by tho Roy!
Jewelry Co,, aro now on display ii
the show window of that store, aii'
are beautiful in design and will bt
well worth contesting for. Kaus-
rud's orchestra has been secured to
furnish the music, and every prepar
ation is being made to make the
danco n big social success. Ticket
aro now on sale at the Roylo Jewelr
PRESIDENT MAY DERAR
PAPERS FROM MAILS
Washington, 1). C, April 1.'). Thai
the administration plans to strike bad
in a campaign waged by certain news
papers against President Wilson ai
result of his stand on the Panama
canal tolls question, was indicated to
lay. It was learned that a court at
tack at an alleged sugsidized news
paper lobby, backed by tho "shipping
trust" was tho big card held in re
serve. Keprcsentative Rarnhart was
authority for the statement that such
iroceeding were contemplated. "Post
master Rurleson," ho said, "has beei
mormcd that certain newspapers in
some of tho largest and most influen
tial cities of the country are printing
paid articles for 'shipping trust' ir
igitation against tho repeal of tho ex
cmptiou clause of the Panama cana'
folls'boll. These articles tho depart
ment has been informed, arc being
printed as bouafide news stories, with
out being labeled as advertisements
as tho law requires. Rurleson is ser
iously considering the prosecution ii
the federal courts of the editors am
owners ol such newspapers, if it is
found that they are accepting monc
for pscudo news, such newspapers
can he barred from the second clns
mail and the editors and owner:
The Randou Dry Goods Co, will put
on a big removal sale before moving
nlo their new location in the new
lliugson building. For a starter
they have a half page ad. in this is
sue calling attention to the big sale,
ud it will bo to tho advantage of ev-
ryone who linys dry goods to fn-
to .UURARY NOTES.
Tho Library was a popular refuge
iiriug the showers of last Sunday af
ternoon and evening. Over thirty
people made use of ts privileges.
Pur l(ok shelves are richer by six
olumos, For ''The lind Clalmers,"
I'ho Leopard and the Lily" and the
Imprisoned Mldnliipmun," wo thung
Mr. (I. Mi'DounUI, Tor "Camp Moot
ing Mormons," Mrs. I). Kent I, ami foi
J'hw Hollow of IUr lluml" ami "The
Hlunlow ut a LHlum" Mr. 15- II. Wall.
Iluuuli) AJusKIuUmuj was Iwliun Ui
'multiv ytMlMthjy Hi ti) iiutUitaUuii
w mum nS Ujf mmr'm mmimm
fur wUbli b Im Uim wnUim 14
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RANDON STEAM LAUNDRY
TALLY DESTROYED RY
Tho Randon Steam Laundry was
burned to tho ground last Friday
night, the loss totaling about $5000
with $3,000 i nsurancc. Tho origin
of the fire is not known but it start
ed somewhere about the boiler and
before it was discovered had made
web headway that the entire build
ing was destroyed before the firo
"ould bo checked. All the machinery
was destroyed with the possible ex
ception of tho big boiler, which it is
thought can be repaired and used
Tho laundry belonged to A. F. Der
ringer and was being operated by
him. It is not decided as yet" whether
it will bo rebuilt or not, but in all
probability it will bo as soon as the
nsuranco is adjusted and other ar
rangements can bo made. In the
meantime tho laundry work will prob
ably be done at tho Coquille Sleam
SOCIALISTS SELECT THEIR
TICKET FOR FALL ELECTION
Portland, Ore., April 13, A com
plete ticket of candidates for stale
officers was chosen at the parly con
convention hold last week. The names
will bo submitted to a referendum be
fore being placed upon the ballot. The
convention also passed resolutions de
nouncing the imprisonment of "Moth
er Jones" in Colorado. The candi
dates- nominated follow: -Senator, 15.'
F. Ramp, Salem; governor, W. J.
Smith, Portland; state treasurer, R.
J. Sloope, Astoria; attorney general,
E. Hosmcr, Silvcrton; state labor
commissioner, August Nikuln, Astor
ia; superintendent of public instruc
tion, Mrs. Flora I. Foreman, Quincy;
state railroad commissioner, I. O.
Penrola, Portland; state supreme jus
tices, I). W. Robinson, Portland; D.
Rannells, Astoria; A. G. Hotchkiss,
Reaverton, and Charles G. Otten,
Portland; congressman, First 'Dis
trict, W. S. Richards, Albany; Second
District, J. II. Rarkley, Madras; Third
District, Albert Streiff, Portland.
WILL SEARCH GRIPS
FOR HIDDEN LIQUOR.
Ro.ieburg, Or., April 13. To make
Roseburg thoroughly dry, tho City
Council has passed an ordinance pro
hibiting the bringing of intoxic.'ihts
to tho city by nny other means than
express or freight trains. Jt is aimed
at the suit case boot-leggers who go
over to Sutherlin and other nearby
wet points and bring liquor to Rose
burg. It gives the riRlit to an officer
to search suitcases and baggage of
this dis.cription and. to confiscato. any
liquor which may ho fund.
WILL MAKE QUICK TIME
ON ROAD FROM EUGENE.
Tho Eugene Guard has tho follow-
ng to say or the railroad situation:
The only railroad construction ac
tivity on tho Pacific coast contem
plated for 1914 by the SpuJhmTi
cific company is tho completion of
tho Willamette Pacific road fro Eu
gene to Coos Ray, according to II. P.
Hoey, assistant engineer of tho South
ern Pacific company, who returned
estorday from San Francisco with
orders lo rush construction to Marsh
field (hiring the present . year even
moru rapidly than In tho past. Mr.
Hoey discredits tho rfimors preval
ent Unit contracts aru about to ho let
for tho extension of tho Kernloy
Lassen line to Khminth1 Falls "for
onnection with thu.-.OiuKm -und
Southeastern nnd NiRr'BIl WWTlr. '
Chiirloa Huron, who has huoii ron-
fliiud to lint lluiidon Hospital for a
unilwr of wooKs, Is JiiiiuvyJliJf wiry
rapidly ul IhU (Inw.
'ihu foiirliioii-ywir.oi of "Mr.
ml Mm. A, Jlrowji of ttifiullju.
Huduy wjilto m Jiuitu hjf
U m mjhw Mr, mi bif W