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About Western world. (Bandon, Coos County, Or.) 1912-1983 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1915)
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EUR SALE (Special» A $65 kitchen
range, used 12 days, at $35.
rare bargain.—W. L. Beach, Second
H»lt SALE—A profitable business
proposition in Bandon. Does not
require large amount of investment
but must I m * * cash. Inquire Western
World for particulars.
I, C. thoroughbreds, just weaned;
also one Jersey bull, 1 yr. old.
[), p. Jenkins, Phone 25 farmers,
Bear Creek, Pruitt ranch.
FOR SALE- Galvanized iron hood
and pipe for open air caldron fur
Just the thing for over the
big feed boiling kettle on the farm.
Similar to restaurant hood, but smal
ler. At a bargain. Call at Western
M. 4 tf
notice of apportionment of
COSTS FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
ol OREGON AX ENT E I ROM
THE SOUTH UNE; OF WALL ST.
TO HIE NORTH LINE OF ITITI
STREET IN THE CITV OF BAN
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN.
That the cost of the improvement of
Oregon Avenue from the south line
of Wall Street to the north line of
Thirteenth Street in the City of Han-
don, Coos County, Oregon, has been
apportioned and is now on file in
the office of the City Recorder of said
City of Bandon and there open to the
inspection and examination of all
persons interested therein, the whole
cost of said improvement is $12,-
495.09 and is apportioned and as
sessed to Local improvement Dis
trict No. 25 of Oregon Avenue which
district embraces all of the property
on either side of said Oregon Ave
nue from the marginal line thereof
back to the center of the block or
blocks abutting thereon between the
points above described to-wit: The
Bouth line of Wall Street and the
north line of Thirteenth Street.
This notice Is published in accord
ance with Section 105 of the Charter
of the City of Bandon, the first pub
lication being on March 11th, 1915,
and the leal on Man h 15th, 1915,
an<l any objections to said apportion
ment must be filed in writing with
tile City Recorder within ten days
from tli'' date of the last publica
tion of this notice, to-wit:
before April 6th, 1915. The Com
mon council will meet on April 7th,
1915, at the City Hall in said City of
Bandon at the hour of 8:30 o'clock
P. M. and will then sit as a board of
equalization to hear all objections
and hear and equalize the assessment
so apportioned for the improvement
of Oregon Avenue, and before pas
sing an Ordinance assessing the cost
of .nd improvement.
Dated at Bandon, Oregon, this 11th
d ■ of March, 1915.
E. B. KAUSRUD,
Mar. 11, 18. 23.
Null» E I OR PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTER
IOR, I S. Land Office at Roseburg,
Oregon. March 15, 1915.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
That Charles (' Hitchcock, of Ban
don, Oregon, who, on September 2,
1909, made Homestead Entry, Serial,
No. O.'4(>9, for the Lot I of. Section
BEST ON MARKET
That's the kind you get
when you buy the product
of the McGee mines.
Eten from soot, it doesn’t
make life miserable,
l'ree burning, quick iu-
tepse heat and of low ash;
• t s the ideal coal.
*■" to tlie (on
We guarantee one ton
of our coal fn bum cleaner
end last longer than 2500
i oun In of any other coal on
When you need coal call
up 33. <»ur deliveries Hre
made by the Wilson Trans
Dippel & Wolverton
Opposite the Bank of Bandon
2. Township 30 s, Range 14 W., Wil
lamette Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make Final Five-year
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before .Manton E.
at his office, at Bandon, Oregon, on
the 26th day of April, 1915.
Claimant names as witnesses:
George D. DeOs, of Bandon. Oregon.
C. M. Doyle, of Bandon, Oregon.
H. A. De Long, of Bandon, Oregon.
Kenneth Perkins, of Bandon, Oregon.
.1. M. UPTON,
M 18, 25 Al 8 15 22.
The CALIFORNIA ALL STAR JUBILEE QUARTET appearing
in a two hour Concert at the GRAND next Saturday and Sunday
nights, Mardi 27-28.
Tickets: 50<*; children under 12 years, 25^.
Seats now on sale at Boyle’s Jewelry Store.
JOHN C. PAYNE
IX THE C(H X IA COURT <>l I lli:
STATE OF OREGON IX AND
FOR THE COI X IA OF COOS.
the female impersonator, with the
Jubilee Quartet, who will appear in
Concert at the Grand next Saturday
and Sunday nights.
Mr. Payne gives a wonderful inter
pretation of the famous "Black Pat
ti,” having a lyric-soprano and bari
tone combination of voices.
Quartet will be heard in solos, du
ets, trios and quartet work. A good
deal of clean humor in song and
speech makes for a diversified enter
tainment that will merit fullest ap
The Jubilee Quartet will appear
Sunday night in a complete change
of program. Seats are now on sale
at Boyle's Jewelry store.
In the Matter of the Estate
ZACK BOICE. DECEASED.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
That by order of the above entitled
Court C. W. BOICE has been duly
appointed and is now qualified and
acting Administrator of the above
THEREFORE all persons having
claims against said estate are hereby
notified ot present the same with
proper vouchers, at the Office of
* Topping. Bandoil, Oregon,
within six months from the 22nd day
of April, 1915, the date of the final
publication of this notice.
C. W. BOICE,
Administrator of the Estate of Zack
GEO. P. TOPPING,
Attorney for Estate.
M. 25 Al 8 15 22
Says It's a Good Show
W. C. Sellmer, of Bandon, came
over to Marshfield last night purpose
ly to see the California Jubilee quar
tet. He has the colored boys book
ed for an appearance at Bandon and
wanted to see whether he had been
flimflamrued. as is frequently the
case when unknown shows are con
tracted for. However, Mr. Sellmer
went home entirely happy and told
the Record this morning if sucli high
class attractions as this could be
brought in more frequently the show
business would have a better stand
ing In Coos county.
Mary Pickford, America’s
popular screen actress will lie seen
in lier best play, "Tess of the Storm
Country," at tlie Grand next Tues
day, Marell 30th.
Mary Pickford gets a salary of
$50,000 per jear from the Famous
Players Co. See her in her best pro
W. L Mast
AN OLD SUIT
Kccital a Success
The accomplishments of Mrs. Geo.
Geisendorfer's students of all ages
Deputy Assessor A. B. Collier, who and grades were demonstrated at an
was in the city this week from Co elaborate recital given at the Orphe-
quille, finishing up the assessments uin theatre, Friday evening. Selec
for Bandon and the country to the tions from many of (lie great masters
south of the city, states the work is of tlie musical world, which made up
progressing rapidly and that Asses an extended program, were success
sor T. J. Thrift hoi»es to have the fully rendered, to tlie entertainment
completed by the of nearly 500 invited guests. The
work of tlie students, especially that
15th of next month.
of the advanced pupils was very com
Although some of the
R. J. Long of Bandon was over on mendable.
appearing before a
tlie Bay this week getting ready ills
for the first time,
machine for use in mining to the large audience
were slightly timid and confused ill
south of tilts city.
the tieginning, everyone proved equal
Is the Port of Bandon here to to the occasion, displaying tlie result
of careful training and diligent prac
stay? We should say so!
tice. It is a difficult task to prepare
>00000000000000000 so large a class for public appear
X ance, especially in view of the fact
that some had commenced
studies but a few weeks ago, and
much credit is due Mrs. Geisendor-
fer for her success.
A feature of tlie program was tlie
Why ruin your rugs and Y
q carpets and break your back q appearance of Wolfram Schmedding,
recently of Berlin,. Germany, who
y beating out the dirt?
rendered several beautiful flute solos.
Use my E lectric V acu - X Mr. Schmedding deserves tlie distinc
0 um C leaner . It does the 0 tion of being one of tlie foremost
of Hie northwest. His inter
Y work right. Rates $1 a day. q soloists
pretations were perfect, proving a
rare musical treat to lovers of Illi-
favorite instrument. Another great
X ly appreciated number was the
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO' double male quartet
Knight, Boak. Corson, Watkins and
Webb. They compose an organiza
tlon of rare talent and their selec
No Other Treatment
tions are alweys highly appreciated
by Bandon audiences.
Tlie ability of Mrs. Geisendorfer as
an accomplished musician was prov
en by her splendid accompaniment
the luster of new
to Mr. Schmedding, and the rendl
tlon of "Adante, Finale de Lucia di
goods like our
Uamtnertnoor” (T. H. Leschetizky
Op. 13» written for the left hand
only. In the latter she exhibited
wonderful attainment, tlie result of
years of training ami study.
Tlie pupils who took part were;
Edna Gallier. Ottlile Lewin, Ran
dolph Johnson. Lena Devereaux, Les
ter Perry, Margaret Nelson. Wesley
Phenninger, Helen Waldvogel, Mild
red Crain. Mary King, Hattie John
son, Harold Johnson. Errol McNair
IJ> leu Fish, I rem- Breuer, Gladys
Our work on any col
Ji'lit son. Elizabeth Hufford, Hattie
ored woolen goods is AL
Boak, Aion Thompson.
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LET US PROVE IT!
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A very enjoyable and unique re
ception was given the members oi
the "Bandon-by-the-Sea Camp-Fire
Girls Club” at tlie home of Miss Elvs
Webb, Saturday afternoon, March
The house was beautifully and op-
X Make Spring
: Housework Easy!
As an object lessou she related an in I supper was served at the High school
cident of her own experience. She under the management of Misses
was left with her small child, her Ruth Burkhard as hostess and Mary
mother and a brother about 10 years Haberly as assistant. The guests were
old. They got out of wood and not Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins, Mr. Quigley,
a man was to be hired. Her mother Miss McKay, Miss Dark, Miss Fish,
asked her if she thought she could Miss Treadgold, Mr. Wolverton and
yoke up the oxen. She said “1’11 Miss Wilkins. The decorations were
try” and she and that little 10-year in keeping with those of the day:
old boy did do it; drove to the potatoes and ferns. The menu was
woods, cut down saplings, piled the also Irish: Bean soup and croutons,
wagon full and climbed on top, she sliced ham, stuffed potatoes, pickled
holding her baby and driving at the pears, honey, pig biscuit, Shamrock
same time. In going down the hill russ and punch.
the yoke pin broke, the pole shot
The series of suppers will conclude
out ahead of the oxen; they stopped with the one on April Fools' Day,
short and the shock spilled them into after which the beginning class will
(he ditch. But undaunted she took give a series of simpler suppers,
the axe and whittled out another There is a double purpose in having
pin; loaded up again and reached these meals.
They give the girls
home safely, So this venerable lady practice in cooking larger quantitic s
believes that we can do anything If of food and acting as hostesses and
we try hard enough, still our heart waitresses; also to raise a little
goes out in sympathy for the woman money for further additions to the
left to bear the burden of the pres equipment.
Conference committee of Post and
Presbyterian Church Services
Corps met to plan for a celebration
Rev. Winfield S. Smith, Pastor
on the ninth of April, that most glor
ious day that saw the close of the 10:00 A. M.................... Sabbath School
struggle between 11:00 A. M........................... Preaching
North and South. Every American 7:00 P. M. . . C. E. Prayer Meeting
citizen should celebrate and every 8:00 p. m................................... Preaching
house should have a flag either at
a window or outside.—M. J. Z., Press
8:00 p. m.................... Prayer Meeting
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OO OOOOOOO OOOOOOO«
Little Miss Anna Ogren celebrated
her tenth birthday at the home of
her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Fox, on Eight street west, Sunday OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO«
afternoon. Games were played and
Mrs. Louis Streulier
a dainty luncheon was served, the
The death of Mrs. Louis Streuber
little folks having a very enjoyable
time. The invited guests were: Alice of Prosper, aged 27 years, occurred
and Mary Hubbard, Dorothy Bow at the home Saturday evening, re
man, Mary McGinitie, Memphis Lipps, sulting from tuberculosis.
Lillian Bane, Agnes Hoover. Valone
covering from a serious injury sus
Langley. Goldie Randall.
tained recently while employed in a
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logging camp; her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Hansen; a sister, Miss Alta
The advanced class of the domes Hansen, and two small children. The
tic science department has just had body was brought to Bandon on a
one of the last of a series of suppers boat Tuesday morning and burial
to celebrate the special days of the took place at the local cemetery, Rev.
year. On March 18, a St.Patrick’s I A. Haberly officiating.
Social Doings of the Week
THAT RETIRED FEELING
Accompanies a Ride on
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propriately decorated, being filled
with small fir trees, old logs, green
moss and the foilage, and numerous
wild animal skins, making a minia
ture reproduction of a natural for
est. In one corner of the woods a
genuine Indian tepee was pitched, ill
front of which a very natural looking
camp fire glowed. Around this the
girls pow-wowed and "smoked” the
pipe of peace.
Various games were played and a
war dance was given by the girls,
dressed in their Indian costumes. Re
freshments were served to the young
as they squatted
around hi true Indian fashion.. Invi
tations had been extended to the fol
Misses Vida Averill, Be
atrice Averill, Edna Dippel,
jorie Lorenz, Anna Leuthold, Edna
Runde, Evelyn Pierce, Mildred Crain,
Thelma Leneve, Violet Fish. Mae
Wilson, Pauline Swift, Alda Mars,
'larice Danielson, Ila Johnson, Glad
ys Oakes, Mabel Neuman, Ruby Hoyt,
Mrs. J. L. Kronenberg, Miss McKay,
Mrs. H. J. DeWitt, Mrs. J. H. Smith,
Mrs. H. E. Hornung.
• • * •
The Rebekahs, at a lively session
last evening at the Odd Fellows hall
nitiated the following into the order:
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Shinn, Mr. and
Mrs. 1. L. Scofield and Ed. Kilduff
Music and recitation furnished en
tertainment and refreshments were
served. About 45 were present.
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Mrs. Fassbender entertains the
Thimble Club at her home this aft-
rnoon. It Veing her birthday she
has arranged for an enjoyable party,
it which cards will be tlie entertain
• * • *
The birthday anniversary of Miss
Edna Gallier was occasion for a party
linner last Thursday evening, at
which a few immediate members of
he family and friends participated.
It was a delightful event and Miss
Gallier was the recipient of a num-
>>er of pretty nnd valuable presents
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Woman's Relief Corps Act he
Bandon Woman's Relief Corps No.
10 holds sessions on the first and
bird Saturdays of each month and
ip to the present time they have been
record-breakers in attendance and
nterest. All officers are especially
naklng it a point
to be in their
daces promptly which adds ho much
to the harmony of the sessions.
Saturday's fine weather
brought out several of our dear old
members to gladden our hearts and
make us both laugh and sigh with
their reminiscences of "the days of
the war.” The women left to take
arc of the home and children found
many tasks that Heemed impossible
to do, but as Mrs. Young said, It was
not "I can't" but "I'll try." That
was the golden slogan of those days.
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Bandon Garage Company
Foster & Truman, Props.
Second & Chicago Sts.
The Grand Theatre Î
The California All
Star Jubilee Quartet
will appear at the GRAND next
Saturday and Sunday
in SONGS you will like.
A LYCEUM ATTRACTION
that has never failed to play to
packed houses everywhere.
Get your reserved seats now, at
BOYLE’S JEWELRY STORE
TICKETS: 50 cents; children under 12 years, first
two rows, 25 cents.