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SEMI-WEEKLY feANDOtf tttiCOttDtiK, TUESDAY, OCT. 13TH, 1911
Items of General Interest Gathered From
Cobs and Curry County Exchanges
From the Loader:
Mr. and Mrs. Klcpfer and their
children, and Mr. nnd Mrs. V. .1.
Sabin, of Bandon, were visiting Mr.
and Mrs. W
U. Sabin of Langlois
Mrs. Judge Cox of Floras Creek,
drove to Bandon Saturday to attend
'the Eastern Star lodge, and returned
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. A. Hawkins and
family and N. L. Mancy aulocd to
Iianilon one day last week and return
ed the. same day.
Lex (Jope, manager or tnc l.ang
lois Dairy Products Co.'s cheese fac
tory, departed last week for San
Francisco where Mr. Cope will attend
Miss Clara Thorhavcn of North
Langlois departed for Bandon Satur
day to visit her sister, Mrs. Daisy E.
N. L. Manoy, who has purchased a
small ranch of F. T. McMullen near
the Walker place, is clearing a placo
to build a nice bungalow and other
Lawrence Suckau of Floras Creel;
was in Langlois Monday on business.
Mr. Suckau has made many improve
ments on his farm and is now erect
ing a large stock and hay barn.
NORTH HI2NI) NEWS
From the Harbor:
In about two weeks the paper pulp
mill at the C. A. Smith plant in
Marshflcld will be running full force.
Orders sufficient to put the mill on
a night and day run have been re
ceived. Mr. It. Nerdrum, one of the
firm says that the mill is now run
ning about' half its capacity and is
turning out about fifteen to sixteen
tons of pulp a day. Running full
capacity night and day the mill will
produce about thirty-five tons a day.
The steamer Bessie Dollar of the Dol
lar line will be in Coos Hay in about
ten days and will load all of the
pulp finished at that time for ship
ment to Japan.
The body of the sailor on the sch
ooner Encore who jumped overboard
has not been found. The mnn's name
according to the master of the vessel
was Sigurd J. Jentopht and he was a
Norwegian. lie wits a stowaway on
the vessel and when found on the ship
after it left Chili he was put to work.
The tug Daring from Aberdeen,
WaBh., arrived in port today to tow
tho dredge Oregon to Grays Harbor.
The dredgo hns no moro funds to
work here and will bo used in the
Washington harbor. The Daring is a
tug which attracted n good deal of
attention not long ago when tho crew
rescued one of the passengers on a
Rinall boat which capsized near Aber
deen. Fivo wore drowned but the tug
saved one of the men. She is a strong
tug,perfectly capable of handling the
dredge at sea.
The planking of tho road to the
light house is now assured and the
work will bo starten m a short tiiuo
and completed before winter. Capt.
Dunson of tho lighthouse returned
homo from Coqullle where he went
and reported to tho county court that
he had gathered $800 in donations.
The court had promised to give a sum
ctiiial to that which tho captain was
able to secure and ho was informed
that the money was forthcoming. This
will give about $1000 to plank the
From the Sentinel:
Mrs, Eminu McDonald of thin city
wnu a mho enough jiriru wlnnur at the
Myrtle Point fair. Khu nmde 'ill
trluM there and wug uwnrdui Irt liluo
ribbon, two nul turn iind two while
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September 22 in the limber in Section
28 on the west side of that valley.
The hide was well cured and the coun
ty pays $10 and the state game com
mission $15 for a panther. At that
rate hardly one a mdnth is brought in
I now. The wild cat was worth only
j $3, the state paying notliing for them
Tho conference of the M. E. Church
for Western Oregon was held at the
Cenlennary church at Portland last
week, and Rev. C. II. Bryan of this
city, who was in attendance, says it
was the best ever hold, with some re
markably fine addresses. Mr. Bryan
was returned to the Coquillo charge
for another year.
C. M. Skccls returned Monday even
ing from the state fair at Salem. Af
ter being subjected to steam heat at
the hotel in Roscburg, the butter from
tho Coquillo valley creamery, which
he look for exhibition at Salem,
scored 01 points and ranked fourth
And it was a week old at that, while
the prize winner was delivered at the
fair the day the awards were made.
Commissioner Armstrong is getting
the material assembled and the work
started for tho construction of an up
to-date water system out at the coun
ty Jarm. He lias actively superin
tended a great deal of the county
work tho past summer at a consider
able saving" to the taxpayers, owing
to his wide experience along such
William Wilson, of Prosper, was
quite severely hurt in E. E. Johnson's
mill Wednesday night. He was fix
ing a part of the machinery when in
Borne way his arm became caught in
tho gearing. Tho elbow was badly
bruised and the arm laid open from
elbow to shoulder, the musccls being
PORT ORI'ORD NEWS
From the Tribune:
County Attorney W. II. Meredith
was called to Port Orford last Fri
day fo appear in a caso brought by
Mr. Wells, Sr., against Mr. Clemens
for assault with n deadly weapon.
Tho parties who both reside on Sixes
appeared before Justice Wright with
their witnesses" Saturday, but after
investigating tho caso the County At
torney was of the opinion that pros
ecution was not warranted, and he
prevailed on Mr. Weils to withdraw
W. B. Milbury, who for the past
several years has been in charge of
this particular portion of the Siski
you National Forest, with headquar
tres at McGribblc station on Middle
Elk, has resigned his position and in
company with Mrs. Milbury has mov
ed to near Myrtle Point where he
will engngo in tho poultry business.
At the ripe old ago of ninety years
and past, Elizabeth C. Zumwalt pass
ed peacefully away at her son's home
on Sixes river Sunday, October 1.
Mr. Steinhoir, the Bandon harness
man, spent a couple of days attending
to business matters in Port Orford
since our last issue. He is a strong
believer in the futuro development
and growth of the town, nnd has
shown his good judgment by invest
ing in several lots.
Rev. B. B. Paull and son, Burt,
canio down from Coquillo Monday
with n team aflor Mr. Paull's house
hold eUVcts which he did not take
with him when he left hero a couple
of weeks ago. Tho late Methodist
conference transferred Rev. Paull to
MniToln, in l-nno county, to which
place he and Mm. Paull will move In
(he near future.
Tint Kiiiller dropped Into our har
bor last Tliiiriliiy afternoon and
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The reason the Courier asks voters
to give Congressman Hawley's place
to Fred Hollister of Coos County, is
because Mr. Hawley. is, not making
good tho same reason the Courier
would let go of an incompetent print
er and put another man in his place.
There isn't an individual or news
paper in this district tlint can ask for
Air. Hawley's return to congress on
his record for his record won't bear
During his past four years in con
gross he has not passed a bill except
private pension bills.
This of itself would not bo any
thing against him, perhaps, but dur
ing his term in congress he has come
down the line with the big interests
and standpatters on about everything
they have tried to jimmy through tho
national legislature and this office
has his record to prove it.
He has been the handy man to the
big bunch to such an extent that such
periodicals as LaFollctt's magazine
has hold him up to the view of the
people us a "Me, too," congressman
Heretofore the Democrats have
nominated a weak brother to run
against Mr. Hawley, and made his re
Whether tills was misfortune or in
tent doesn't matter nwo.
But this year Mr. Hawley has a
live one for an opponent a man run
ning against him who is goin to heat
Fred Hollister of Coos Ba is every
ounce a hustler and doer.
He is progressive from the ground
up, a progressive for progressive Ore
gon. He believes this district has
been overlooked in the Washington
shuffle, and he wants a new deal.
He believes that a congressman who
has served eight years and had 170
of his 175 bills killed, must have
been asleep at thes witch.
It is certain that Mr. Hawley has
always been It mo so fur as Oregon
has been concerned.
Supposed to ' o representing this
state, a state which emphatically
went on record for reduced tariff du
ties, Mr. Halwcy took tho stump in
Massachusetts advocating a repeal
of the present tariff laws and a return
to protection duties.
There re no reasons for returning
Mr., Hawley, and there are the best
of reasons for electingvMr. Hollister
and having state eprescnted by a
man who represents the people.
It's a joke, a burlesque for pro
gressive Oregon, to return this Dis
ciple of Joe Cannon.
Wo have timber to beat him and
wo wilMiuvo eorrect representation
in Mr. Hollister.
If voters of Clakamas county will
use their heads and forget party, Mr.
Hawley will bo a once-waser Novem
ber '), and wo will have n congress
man in Washington who will not have
to think twice whothnr lie is repre
senting .MuwuchusiittM or Oregon.
Oregon City Courier.
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Readers of the Bandon
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PRESIDENT WILSON SAYS:
"I Am in favor of Local Option.
I am a thorough bolicvcr in
and boliovo that every solf
governing community which
constitutes a social unit should
havo tho right to CONTROL
the matter of the regulation or
tho withholding of licenses."
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT
Ex-ProBldcnt, Statesman. JurlHt una
Professor, In an address on Civic
"Nothing is more foolish, noth
ing more utterly at variance
with sound policy, than to cii
aot a law which, on account
of conditions surrounding the
community, is incapable of en
fofcoment. Such instances are
. . . presented by sump
tuary laws by which the sale
of intoxicating liquors is .pro
hibitcd under penalties in lo
calities where tho public senti
mcnt . . . will not sustain
the enforcement of tho law."
Ex-President, Soldier, Explorer
and ono of the most romark-
- ablo leaders in the United
States, is a strong champion of
and Home Rule. Ho has never
raised his voico in behalf of
statewido prohibition, and so
ho has suffered attacks from
radical and hysterical prohibi
tionists. As between a man of
Thcodoro Roosevelt's ability
and standing and those who
are tho paid emissaries of pro
fesslonal propagandists, tho
votors of Oregon will not bo
slow in passing upon tho wis.
dom and credibility of tho
Willi these throe National
Leaders agreed on the Issue
of Prohibition, Isn't It wis
dom to follow their course?
Register and Vote
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