Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1915-19?? | View This Issue
Order Your Freight Sent by the Old Reliable J
S. S. ELIZABETH
Large Two-Berth Outside State Rooms With Run-
ning Water. f
Eight Day Service Between the Coquillc River and ?
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER FARE, $7.50
FREIGHT RATES, .$3 ON UP FREIGHT
Reservations: J. E. Norton, Coquille; Perkins',
Myrtle Point; E. B. Thrift, Langlois. $
J. E. WALSTROM, Agent, Bandon J
M B. -M- M m. M. A. A fr- -- A. A. A. A. A A. A A.
f tTtttTTtt WTtTtttVTTTTTTTT
The July telephone directory is
being distributed. Careful use of
the directory will improve your
service. CALL BY NUMBER.
If you do not receive a copy of
the new directory promptly, call
i COOS AND CURRY
Read The Bandon
According to an announcement
made by the Forest Service, President
Wilson today signed an Executive!
Order, making an elimination of 143,-
680 acres, a small part of which pat
ented or private laud, from the Pauli
na and Fremont National Forests n
The area eliminated from the Fre
mont Forest, comprising 30,014 acres,
u small part of which is patented land
lies south of the town Silver LaUe it
self, in T 28 and 29 S, It 14, 15 and 10
E. The lands are rolling and rocky,
and covered with a scattered stand of
jun'per u tree of little timber value,
The lands comprising the Paulina eli
mination, 113,072 acres in extent, a
small part of which is private land,
lie east of the Walker Range of moun
tains and mostly between the range
and the Bend Silver Lake stage road,
and are more particularly described
as including portions of T 20 S, R 9,
10, 11, und 12 E; T 27, S, R 9 10 11
and 12 E; T 28 S R 10 and 11 E; and
a small patch in T 28 S, R 12 and 13
E. These lands nre covered with ts
scrubby stand of lodgcpole pine, which
is not of much value of timber.
The lands included in this elimina
tion are reported to be of law Agricul
ture value, ns well as of law timber
value. The soil is pumice formation
in fact, this tract lies in one of the
largest pumice areas in the world.
There are numerous isolated bodies of
good yellow pine timber upon the a-ea
but these have not been included in
the elimination. The private land
adjoining the eliminated tracts are
covered with some splendid stands of
timber, all taken up years ago under
tho Timber and Stone Act. and now
Bandon, Coquille &
Two Bin Seven Passenger
llolt-l Cilllrr iiul
How line Alley
7;00, 1. in.
I;00, p. in,
and lluii I Clmmlkr
7.00, i, in,
1.00, p, in.
8:15, t. in.
2ill, p. in.
MS, i, in.
MS, p. in.
W J 1. 50 iluuuyli lo MmMl.ld
4Jok fat fc'Wfr 'i iiiiiiiI (''
Uuy Martin, 'rj),
4i,it'4i4"$4ii"tS,S4i"fr 4 C-"H 'I v 'fr 'I 'I h I "fr
A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A.
W'Jf V,V T"r"i" ttTTtTV I TTTIrTTT'l'
owned by the big timber companies.
The elevation of the eliminated area
runs from -1500 feet upward. I' rosls
locur throughout the year, and the
I summer temperature ranges fioin 05
I degrees in the middle of the day to 30
degrees at night.
The elimination of these arcs was
made because of the low timber value
of the lands, und not because of any
agricultural value. The lam's re
maining in the Paulina Forest will be
added to the Deschutes and Ficmonl
National Forests and will be ndi.nuibt
ered from Bend and l.akeview liMpec
tively. REPORT ON SPRING PLANTING
The District Forester at Po.tlantl,
Oregon, announces that a report has
just been receved from the local Na
tional Forest officer, upon the :ipring
planting on Alt. Helm in Western Ore
gon, where, upon approximately o.ie
thousand acre according to the report,
the results have been unusually good.
It is an established policy of the
Forest Service to reforest by pl.uiUng
small trees or by sowing seed, rovora)
thousand acres of denuded land .vithin
the National Forests every sprin ami
tho present season's work lias Ion in
accordance with this plan. While
Douglas fir was the species mosl large
ly used in the Mt. Ilibo ,Iantinj-, oth
er species also wore planted. The
weather conditions thus fur hnvo been
so favorable that less than 10 per cent
of the trees have failed to gro.v. It'
the trees continue to do r. , well
throughout this their first scaur, i, tn
results will mean exceptionally suc
cessful planting for tho spring of 191f,
THE NEW YORK
l iE'Mcally a Daily at the Price of .
Weekly. .No other Newspiipcr in ti-
world gives so much at so low a price.
Thr vear 1914 witnessed the out
break of tho Titanic European win
whi-h makes all other wars look
sma" You live in momentous timos
and you should not miss any of the
treineuduous events that are occur
ring. No other newspaper will keep
you no well informed as thu Thrlce-a-Week
edition of tho New York World
Moreover, u years tnjiiHcriptinu iu
it will tukti you fur into our next
pr"ildentlul ttinipuigirund wll glvu to
WMtitrii iwnlern Din minium witnutlort
It luntalns u vant amount of tumjlng
mutter lit u very rlnmp pr..,
'i'lio Tlulcn-uWWk WmHiI'n mtuhr
Milimriljitluii nUe In only jio wr
)iHT, wihI tlii juiy fur IU wpur,
W oirnr till utmnmlml imnm&i
mi tii sfimi-wmmiA" hamwh
MliiulllVM UiMllw tm mm jmr
ittf may iim, 'm mM tmmmit
PORT ORFORD REPORlo W
3 , &
The Port Orford Tribune is fortu
nate in its contributors. F. 13. Tichc
nor and J. H. Upton are furnishing
some "good stuff" to its columns.
(From Port Onord Tribune.)
A. J. Marsh returned Friday from
a visit to Coos bay. While on tiie bay
Mr. Marsh visited the owners of the
v. .nn... feiuun-a at ..g.tte UfuO.i, a..d
il iiveu iium iiijm a stuteiueiii. in
willing giving tne carnival conunitteo
full control of the grounds and the
roads leading lo them during carni
val time. This puts the executive com
mittee in a position to bundle every
question that may arise and givfis
them power to keep the carnival fro.n
being a wide open affair.
Mr. und Mrs. J. L. Kronenberg and
son Jack of Bandon, passed down til-'
coast the latter part of last week en-
rpute to Suusilito, Cal. They were ac
companied as fur as Gold Beach by
Babe and Vida Averill who expect to
spend the summer at tho Moss Aver
ill home at that place. They traveled
in a Haynes auto. Master Jack was at
home ut the wheel und thereby hangs
a rather unusual tale, that of a young
man who would rather run a jitney
than run a. bank. Mr. Kronenberg is
one of the stockholders and directors
of the Bank of Bandon and Jack who
is about 15 years of age was put in
to the bank this spring to learn the
business. But he yearned for the out
doors and the buz of tho auto and af
ter working a short time he resigned
to accept a position as driver on one
of tho Fords out of Bandon on the
Port Orford run. Machinery, rather
than figures appealed to him and he
was rated as one of the best drivers on
the road and one who always kept his
car in first class condition.
Tho U. S. torpedo boak- destroyer
Whipple dropped into Port Orford
harbor Sunday afternoon and has been
lying here since, seeking shelter from
the heavy northwester that has been
The boat has been attracting much
attention here and many of her crew
taking advantage of shore leave have
given a lively and picturesque look to
Brookings has closed down. This
ucans that this new town in south-
rn Curry, which contained several
Hundred people and which was one of
die livliest towns along the coast will
live in little more than memory until
such times as business is revived a
gain. The town is entirely dependent
upon the operations of the Brookings
Box and Lumber Mill and when tins
t-ompany closes the door of its mill
one of the lurgest ulong the coast, it
ucuns that most of the inhabitants
of tho place must go elsewhere for
The shut down at tho present time
is due to the dullness of the lumber
market and it is reported that the
company has announced that they
will continue with some of their devel
opment work and that as soon as con
ditions justify will start the mill up
Started about two years ago Brook
ings developed rapidly into n thriv
ing town, and only recently fine school
and hotel buildings were completed
A local bank has been doing a good
business. The big mill with a capac
ity of 250,000 feet is equipped with
lie most modern machinery that can
be had and its resawing department
in said to bo one of the most complete
in existance. Six or eight miles of
substantial standard gauge railroad
lias been built, and at this time the
company was engaged in building a
steel bridge across the Chetco rivnr
that many beliovo will eventually bo
used in the Southern Pacific coast
Brookings has been a great help
to the furmers of Southern Curry,
giving them a market for everything
they raised. There has been nothing
of a wild-cat order in the building of
tho town and when the lumber Indus,
try 1h revived It will come into its own
und the forty thousand acres of tim
ber land that Hie company owns in the
iniitherii pint of Curry county will
nmlte of it a lively place for iniiny
vuHru lo come.
A NHiiily warrant mim in lOOtf
wi iwnIjmI y tlm mmly Iroummir
tlii wmik. Tlie wiiri'itnt wn whh
ui ir. llmrgu MwmJwII of Kniinv
niul wm mthml by Wiu. J!Uy. lo
way U m hi u f ih
ilmwmm W id wi& twlug umtiAm
mni wkm 4ij .!,( ly tim imsk'
imam" Uuui mi ,mu4
GOLD BEACH GOSSIi-
(From the Gold Beach Globe)
C. H. Pettinger who some two
weeks ago received a broken leg While
working on the new trail around tho
Devil's stairs, was brought to Gold
Beach a few days ago where he can
be handy to medical treatment should
it be required. lie is is getting along
There will be something doing here
it the August term of the circuit
court by the way the calendar is be
ing filled up with cases appertaining
to or arranging fishing rights ulong
tho river. Saturday a case was filed
by the Wcdderburn Trading Company
against B. A. Seaborg and eighty
fishermen for interfering with the
former's seining grounds and privileg
es. At this rate the circuit court will
not adjourn in four and a half hours
as it did at the April term.
flic Agness people are planning on
giving a watermellon carnival at that
place about the first week in Septem
ber. A greuter ncreage has been j. antJ
e'd to melons in that vicinity than ever
before and a banner crop is expected.
To satisfy some doubting Rufuses
iu this place as to the correctness of
his diagnosis in the small pox case,
Dr. Robbins was called in to either
sustain Dr. Duulap or those who were
disappointed with his diagnosis. The
latter was sustained. The case howev
er is in a mild form and all precau
tions are being used to keep the Jis
ease from spreading.
Many curiosity seekers went up lo
the Alder fishing grounds Sunday ev
ening to witness what they expected
to be a clash between the dilVeient
fishermen and seining crew. In this,
however, they were disappointed as
few if any ill words passed between
the two crews of men. The sent ar
rives at the grounds shortly after six
O'clock to make a haul. About the time
vhe seine arrived at the grounds sever
al of the drift nets changed their us
ual nietnods of waiting until dark,
layed out ahead of the seine. Thw
seine proceeded to lay out around the
nets and three drift nets pulled over
the seine and layed out within Ihe
bite und were likewise pulled ashore
with the rest. It is needless to say that
the drift nets got all the salmon. Mr.
Macleay who was present, told them
that it was little short of larceny. To
the credit of the local boys who are
fishing for the Seaborg ennnery many
of whom were present, there was only
one concerned in the above mentioned
trouble, all the rest being outside fish;
erncn. Just what legal steps will be
taken to prevent the recurrence of
such acts have not been made public
but such work can not and will not
be tolerated longer by tho Macleay in
The Globe was misinformed last
week in stilting that Cbas. Smith of
Harbor had enjoined the county from
further work on the Chetco bridge.
Instead of an injunction being tiled u
maiidumus proceeding was commenc
ed ugainse W. A. Woods, Delmar Cos-
grove and E. B. Sypher us individuals
to compell them to do their duly as
county judge and commissioners, sit
ting as a county court in the matter
of the survey und location of a coun
ty road from the Chetco bridge to G.
J. Heiberger's place as petitioned foi
by Chas. Smith and others. The plain
tiff claimed the court acted upon the
petition in a way unauthorized by law
and an order for a writ of mandamus
was accordingly issued by Judge Coke
to have tho above named officers as
individuals to show cause, if any, why
the statutes in such cases were not
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
U. S. I
at Roiebiirg, Oregon
NOTICE is hereby given that Harry
L. Anderson, of Bandon. Oregon, who
on July 22, 1912, made lloni' lead
Entry, .Serial No. 08201 for Ihe K '
of NW Vi and Iitu 1 und 2 of SSe.-lion
31, Towiuhlp 29 S, Range 13 W Wll
luinettu .Meridian, luu filed noir e of
Intention In uiiike fliml Three year
Proof, to oxlnbllih I'liilni to the land
above dim! Ibed, Imiiiiih Maid"" '.
Truiiilgnlil, U. a, CfiinmlMfDiici', t ln-
olllrii, Mt itumlim, Oretfwi, mi fU loth
tiny nf A ii wont, IU16.
L'tliilHUMl IWIHM H, WiiMMUUin' I'M
Iffjwl, ut Ihmlmt, Uriruii, M
Vmihk, ui lUathu. '); IW
i u urn,
B LODGE DIRECTORY
Bandon Lodgo, No. 130, A. F. &
A. M. Stated communications first
Friday after the full moon of
each month. Special communications
Muster Masons cordially iiwited.
WALTER SABIN, U- i
C. E. BOWMAN, Sec.
Occidental Chapter, No. 45, O. E.
S. meets Friday evenings beloro
and after stated communications oi
Masonic lodge. Visiting members
cordially invited to attend.
ADELAIDE E. REYNOLDS, W. M.
BLANCHE FAULDS, Secretary
1 .0. O. F.
Daudon Lodge, No. 133, I. O. Q.
F., meets every Wednesday evening.
Visiting brothers in good standing
D. C. KAY, 1. G.
L. I. WHEELER. Secretary.
Cfcenn Rcbeknh Lodge, No. 120, 1.
O. O. F., meets second and f.jurih
Tuesdays at I. O. O. F. hall. Tran
cient members cordially invitect
MARGARET SMITH, N. 3
MARY C. BARROWS, Secretin
' J to
M. K. Church South
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Preaching, 11:00 a. m.
Kpworth League, G:30 p. m.
Preaching., 7:30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting, Thursday, 7:30.
Missionary Society, Friday, 2:it.
W. B. SMITH, Pasti-
aunday School, 10:00 a. in.
Preaching, 2nd, 4tli und 5th aju
days at 11 u. m. and 7:30 p. in.
xtF.V. WM. HORSFALL, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 a. in.
rublic Service, 11:00 a. m.
Evening service, 8:00, p. m.
Alid-Week Service, Thursday, 7:U
Ait who do not attend church else
vhre are invited to worship with u&
O. MAYNE KNIGHT, Paslo
10 a. in Sabbath Schoo,
11 a. m Preachii.i
'4:00 ). in. .. O. K. 1-raye.- mcetn.g
8:00 p. m Preaching
Wednesday 8:00 p. in. Prayer mooting
i. cordial invitation is extended the
public to attend these services
REV. WINFIELD S. SMITH, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 A. M.
Preaching Service, 11:00 A. M.
ELDER A. B. REESE.
Church of the Brethern
Sunday Services: Sunday Schoo)
10:00 n. m; Preaching serivce ut Jl
a. ta. and at 7:30, p. in.
Everybody cordially invited.
L. B. OVERHOLSER, Pastor.
wlib li In irrKireil
in four i oluro
.tiiil Tt htr,
25c & 50c
Hon! iv uliiinp
(ill ,4l,lpf, IMt
pal llutlll It.
The Bandon Reeonlci
C. R. WADE
DR. II. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Office in First Nationnl Bank bn
ing. Hours, 9 to 12 n. m; 1:30 to
m; 7 to 8 iu the evening.
BANDON. OREL I'
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Elliugson Building. Hour
9 to 12 a. ni; 1 to 5 p. in.
DR. L. P. SORENSEN
Office in First National Bant: bir' .
in?. Telephone at house and ollu
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Ofiice in Elliugson building, Phone
Physician & Surgeon
Office in EMingson building. Ofi
ohone, 352. Residence phono, iil
mi. S. C. END1COTT
Office iu Elliugson huildiui;. Ofl'i
rjhone 1241. Residence phone, 1J
BANDON. OK EGO .
OR. 1. L. SCOEIELD
Office in Fnliy and MorriMin Buik
next to Emergency llo.ipilul
DR. II. M. SHAW
Eye, Ear, Nose and
Office Phone 330. J Res Phone J05-J
.Uoonii. 200-1 Irving Biock
i Hotel Bandon!
4 AMERICAN PLAN $1.0(1
I :ind $1.50 per day.
European Plan, rooms
50c, 75c 5c $1 per day
Eaton & Rrase, Props. &
CHATBURN & GARDNER
Kit.'': Atlorneys at Law
Suit No 3
irnt Nut Bank Bldg.,
oing Their Duty
Srores of llaiidiiu Readers are learn
.ng the Duly of The KidnejH
To filter the blood is Uie ! nli.i v
When they fail to do thix, the U.
neyH me weak,
li'ickacho und other liiduoy ilih in-.
lii'lp the kidney do their won
Li.e Doiin'ti Kidney II i.
d kidney reiiiudy,
I'ioof nf their win Hi In th full
ii. W. KtfWirU'i', niijii titr !
(Kiilor, 0i N I'lini Si., if., m,
Ori'Kim, iuty: "I mi Im v u i
in DomiiV Kidney J'lllt- I i i lni ,
xi'iou lhny i'ijiipli4inl (hi u to
Utile. iJuuikft Ui III';, unit. . .
over I Imv Cul.wi I'ii 1 i I' I
fur a liylit lioul'li' will, i i Huilit
-lid IttlVP Ukli UlV hUllh II . I' l.ll..
jli'V Dwy Hit I" i ii fi n
uiul UUnUifi iiudu ii i
JHtti Wir, nl Mil .i...iri U i
i mi t ii. ,, tmm -
Mr. lis u Him m ft '(..