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About Western world. (Bandon, Coos County, Or.) 1912-1983 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1915)
ENGLISH ARTILLERY IN ACTION
New Milk Route
For This City
F, V an L e UVEN, Proprietor.
Opened Monday, March 15
Fresh Milk and Cream
Delivered to any part of
the city daily.
You can now get high quality fresh milk de
livered daily at your door at
We please others let us
Six cents for single quarts
Five cents in two-quart lots.
Anyone of 2000 standard and class
ical foreign an«« American composi
Regular prices range from 50c to
WATCH FOR THE WAGON!
Make arrangements with the driver to become
a permanent customer. We guarantee satisfaction
at the lowest possible price.
• tilt. by American P imi AeeociaUon.
Coos Bay Has Clear
Little Chance For
Sailing But Bandon
Strikes a Snag
CHRIS. RICHERTS, Prop.
Examination of Arthur Russell's
Produces Sufficient Arsenic to
Have Caused Death.
From newspaper reports it ap
pears that the main point upon
which tlie supreme court granted a
OUR PRICE i(»c A COPY
The report of E. P. W. Harding,
said lie passed re-hearing in the Port of Bandon
nearly four weeks in the east, and case, which was brought to test the the O. A. C. chemist who analyzed
had tlie pleasure of talking with validity of said port, was on the portions of the stomach and intes
some of tlie greatest financiers of grounds that the territory enibrac- tines of Arthur Russell for the pros
the I'nlted States. In New York and ed in the Port of Bandon overlapped ecution In murder charges against
Chicago, Mr Richardson said, he dis or included land already incorporat Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Russell of
cussed tlie proposition of selling the ed in the Port of Coos Bay. To the Myrtle Point, is to tlie effect that
bond Issue with the heads of two of lay mind this contention, if true, ap he found no trace of any poisonous
But what matter except arsenic. The amount
tlie most important banking houses pears necessarily fatal.
of those great cities. "I discovered Coquille seems to have encountered of arsenic was small, but the amount
after a brief conversation with east in forming its port district seems to of material was small, consequently
ern bond buyers,” said Mr. Richard have been overlooked in the "friend the chemist declares in proportion
son. “that we are going to meet with ly suit" that followed the organiza there was sufficient of tlie drug pres
Rease & Eaton, Props.
considerable difficulty in selling our tion of the Coos Bay body. If the ent to have caused deatli to a person.
ra ilroad bonds. It was the general Port of Coos Bay has included part Tissues near the bones of the body
of tlie persons with whom 1 of the Coquille watershed in its con had been examined and found
American Plan $1.00 and opinion
talked that tlie legal restrictions im fines, and we are satisfied that it to contain arsenic, but the bone it
posed on the railroad commissioners lias—Prosper precinct having voted self had not yet been analyzed. Wat
$1.50 per day.
at tlie time tlie bonds were voted on the selection of commissioners for er from a spring near the grave con
European Plan, Rooms 50c, makes their sale almoHt an impossi their side—it seema
seems to be very tained no arsenic, but an extremely
bility. it is my opinion that we will strange that the issue was not raised minute arsenic mirror was extract
75c and $1.00 per day.
have to make tlie bonds more flex in the Coos Bay case. Or was the ed from the earth taken near the
ible before they can be sold. Tlie friendliness of the case so pronouc- grave.
great banking interests of tlie east ed that this particular issue was al-
"From the present indications,”
uro looking for investments in de lowed to get by. It was generally says Prof. Harding, "I should judge
velopment enterprises, rattier than in clear in the understanding of the the person must have been given at
railroads. A New York bond buyer average individual that the port dis least one-half gram, but until I have
and a man who lias made a careful tricts were to embrace territory with examined tlie bones I could not make
study of conditions on the Pacific in that particular watershed. But in it more definite. I will be able to
const, informed me that money was the formation of the Port of Coos make a more definite statement aft
now available for the development Bay, we went out of this watershed er examining them."
of legitimate wa’er powers, sawmills and included the Ten Mile country,
It is not known here whether or
and other industries of le similar na which has a distinct and separate not the body was embalmed by an
ture. This same bond buyer, how watershed of its own.
Big Creek, undertaker and that possibly the ar
ever, did not appear to relish the embracing Shore Acres and other senic was injected by him at that
idea of purchasing bond whicli had lands, near the entrance to Coos Bay time as a preservative.
for their purpose the construction of were omitted and the reason given
The preliminary hearing for the
a railroad from Roseburg to Coos was that it had a watershed of its Russells has been
county. Almost without exception, own, tlie argument being supported poned.
tlie first question asked by eastern by the facts. Then we jump over
Clarence Russell Friday furnished
capitalists ’ wus with regard to the the divide and grab a piece of Co bondsmen for $3,000 and was given
amount of tonnage that would be quille territory. The Port of Coos his freedom. S. F. Reed and Mr.
available in i the event a railroad was Bay received the official sanction of
Warner of the Myrtle Point district
constructed from Roseburg to the regularity from the supreme court,
went his bonds. So far they have
coast. From my talk witli these men but now comes the Port of Bandon
been unable to furnish bondsmen for
Daily Papers Magazines
I learned that railroads are built and its plans seem to have been up Mrs. Russell. She is in charge of
on a tonnage basis and that passen set for traveling on lines similar to
All Current Publications
Hark Dunham, probation officer, ow-
ger traffic is not even considered by that of Coos Bay in the program of ing
to the three little children
them. In fact, it was tlie general Its organization. The conclusion is
opinion of railroad builders that tlie therefore readily reached that what
passenger business was a drain on tlie is sauce for the goose is not always
A Mutter of Thanka
i wish to express my thanks to the
treasury rather than a dividend pro sauce for the gander—Marshfield
Saturday Evening Post
ducer. I was told by men of high Sun.
young lady who assisted me while 1
financial standing that transporta-
was attending the show at tlie
Ignorance of the law excuses no- j Grand tlie other evening
(ion was only incident to the estab-
lisliment of industries.
During a one; ignorance of your own com rectly behind me she read aloud all
talk with i one of the best known bond munity is a crime, when the Western the announcements as they were
buyers in Chicago 1 was informed, or World is at your door every week at ; thrown on the screen. President
it was rattier suggested to me that a dollar and a half for fifty-two.
Wilson's over taxed neutrality spiel
---------------------- 1 included, and I was much impressed.
tlie people of Roseburg and vicinity ------
should first secure Home staple in
Site, being tender hearted and see
dustries which would aid in develop
ing that I was not as observant of
ing the country. I found it was al
tlie various announcements as
most impossible to secure transporta
should iiavct been, conferred that
tion unless there were sufficient in
favor upon me. She is my idea of
dustries to assure a large and profi
what a young lady of 16 or thirty
C. M. SPENCER
table tonnage during tlie entire 12
ought to be. She is not one of the
shy little tiling who is afraid to
months of the year."
speak out loud. It was a vast help
to me because I didn't have to look
"Ves," the pessimist »ay»,
at the screen at all could talk to
after tomorrow it'll rain sure
my companion and look over tlie aud
the wind will blow." But
ience and hear' the pictures at the
more could we expect. He s
same time, A gentleman in front of
me seemed to he bothered unite a bit
because he kept turning around, and
AT THIS BANK
finally got up and left the theatre. I
Te" jour n< ighbor about the World
noticed that it bothered the young
You may pay here,
lady who was befriending me. too.
but I assured her he had no refer
thereby saving a
ence to her. In order to fully thank
special trip to the
the young lady, and so there may be
no misunderstanding. I will tell her
V>u had better stop at once or
name. She is Miss Chew gum (»pen
you'll lose your job. Every line » of
face, eldest daughter of Mrs. Gad
business is closing Its doors to
proper receipts, and
She is to be com
it may be y< our
Stand at Central Warehouse
Ry the aid of ORRINE
MR. SH1EL KNOTT SEEIT.
same to be called
thousands of men have been restor
ed to lives <>f sobriety and industry
for at your conven-
We are so sure that ORRINE will
benefit you that we say to you that
if after a trial you fall to get any
benefit* from its use. your money
will be refunded
W hen you stop drinking." think
of the money you'll sve. besides, so
ber men re worth more to their em
ployers and get higher wages.
Costs only $1 oo a box. We have
Plans and specifications fur
io Interesting booklet about ORRINE
nished. If you contemplate I that we are giving away free on re
building see us and we can
quest Call at our store and talk It
'over Orange I'liarmat,,
save you money.
Latest Song Hits
Phone Farmers IS
For that Missouri
24 pair of ladies low shoes, $2.50
to $3.75 values, now $1.00 and $1.50 SPARKS' Grocery, phone 291. 28tf
Western World—the Quick Print.
J. T. MARS
General Transferring IF YOU ARE A
Light and Heavy
Biown & Gibson
Faster Telegraph Service
will be afforded on messages to Bandon if you
instruct correspondents to send Telegrams,
Night and Day Letters via the Pacific Telephone
and Telegraph Company, which has a DIRECT
connection with the Coos and Curry Telephone
Company which is never closed. Offices and
lines, always open, working 24 hours every day.
including Sundays. No delays in transfer at
Coos & Curry Telephone Co.
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
ALWAYS ON TIME
| Steamer B reakwater |
0 Cigars, Tobaccos
SAILS from RAILROAD dock MARSHFIELD
SAILS I-ROM coos BAY: Saturday, March <f at I P. M.
and Sat., Mar. 13, H A. M.; Monday Mar. IS, 9 A. M.;
Mar. 22. I P. M.; March 20th, s A.M.
First cabin 811»; second 87; Including bertha and meals.
BREAKWATER TICKETS OX SALE IN PORTLAND AT
TICKET OFFICE l,O< ATEI> AT SIXTH * OA K ST.
BANDON WAREHOUSE CO., Agents.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
J. L. K ronenrerg . President
F. J. F ahy , Cashier
T. P. H anly , Vice-President
W. J. S weet , Assistant Cashier
R. H. R osa
c . y L owe
Bank of Bandon
Surplus and Undivided Profits $25,000.00
1 »rafts on the Principal Cities of the V,orld. A General
Banking Business. Accounts of Individuals and