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About Western world. (Bandon, Coos County, Or.) 1912-1983 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1915)
of the City of Bandon
With the Largest Sworn Circulation in the City,
LODUCTIVE SOIL AND TIDE WATER MEET
LUMBERING, MINING, DAIRYING, STOCK RAISING
BANDON, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1915
The Road Question
GOOD ROADS MEETING BIG LIBRARY BENEFIT
AT BRIDGE CARNIVAL RECITAL MONDAY EVE.
Exposition Is Great
V DISEA IS
A FALSI ALARM
“We may judge the nations by
Mesdames Guy and 8. Ralph Dip-
tiieir roads.” Ilumbolt.
pel returned on tho Elizabeth from
“The great God above lias created,
San Francisco, where they had been
visiting at the J. L. Kronenberg HK. MASSON
ing together with other things for the
benefit an pleasure of mail, plenty
home and taking in the Exposition
the past month.
of good road material.” said Pat.
Hanrahan, in speaking with a Two
“Just great!” is tlie comment of
Miler recently, , “and for tills see •
both ladies witli regard to the big
Three Day Bridge Carnival at North New t'oinposilion of IrfH-al Musician
icri- tion there is an
abundance of the
fair. “The Oregon building is one Will Give Instructions for Cure I lee
Bit Kendeiisl.—1 lrnaincola.1
lan- very best
of Charge to All Who Will Write
of tlie finest on the grounds. It, as
Held on Bay
■reatmeut of “Silver Threads’* and you know, is made of large Coos
iven Floras creek, just a step down the
for Same—Attacks Young Cattle
I'arailes, Wrestling Matches, Etc.,
Beautiful Classical Selections to county logs, stained a beautiful tan.
< Inly—“Advertising” Detrimental
Arranged for the Event.
to the Stock Industry.
“All that is necessary in order to
The building is decorated with typi
have as good roads as any civilized
cal Oregon flowers and is beautifully
country is to relegate some of our
On Thursday, October 7th, opening
Monday evening, October 4, will arranged inside. On the top floats a
“A disease common to all parts of
useless road machinery to oblivion, day of the Bridge Carnival, will be witness another of Prof. A. Richards row of flags, alternately
the world and one tliat is easily and
buy a couple of auto trucks and sur a big good roads meeting at North pupils' recitals at the Dreamland States and tlie Oregon state flag;
very successfully treated,” said Dr.
face the roads with the gravel. These Bend at which delegates from all pavilion. A number of special se while the big Oregon flag pole is a
J. L. Masson, veterinarian of Myrtle
t at road trucks are self-spreaders operat
sections of the county will attend. lections, including Hubert Robbin’s landmark from all parts of the ex
Point, in discussing the alleged new
der- ed by one man, and will spread the
Monday unpublished composition, which has position grounds. The other build cattle disease of the Languis section,
s on material evenly at any depth desired. A meeting was held here
comment ings and exhibits are also beautiful, to a World reporter Tuesday.
inst This does away with tile necessity for night to discuss good roads and find received much favorable
the pro and we enjoyed our visit to them
San a number of laborers and bosses,
Directions for Treatment Free
tion to the North Bend meeting. It fessor and students will feature. Fol very much.”
e is the one man operating the machine
I'll give anyone who desires them
lowing the program which will close
’ of being the side laborer and is person-
favor a county bonding proposition shortly after ten «clock, dancing will don people and former residents of directions for successfully treating
all responsible, hence more efficient. providing an equitable amount was be enjoyed. The recital will start this section while there.
the cattle lung worm, wicli is the
“At the gravel deposited it would set aside for the improvement of the about eight o’clock.
I The J. L. Kronenberg family is i common name for the disease report
that bo necessary to erect bunkers, say
The proceeds of the recital will 1 domiciled in their new home in the bed from the J. J. Williams ranch,
imi- of a hundred yards capacity, which Bandon-Langlois road. The delega-
bo devoted to the purchase of en- ¡suburbs of Sausalito, one of the cit near Langlois. Mr. Williams is a
1 by could be filled from time to time as
for the Bandon library ies bordering on San Francisco bay. . new comer and when he found his
needed. Labor would be hired for general election next year, rather ami all are invited to attend.
They are enthusiastic over their new young cattle infected with a disease
awn this purpose only while the actual
surroundings ami believe they will ; which was new to him, he itnmedi-
¡than at a special election.
' on road work would be done by the two
Jack I ately rushed to tlie papers with a
like Sausalito very much.
The program follows:
•llar men with the self-spreading trucks. Dickey is vice president of the asso
Uni- report of it. The result has been the
the These trucks could be kept in opera
versity of California and makes the cattle industry of Coos and Curry
lent tion practically all the time at a
¡trip from Sausalito to Berkeley every counties has received most harmful
ocal nominal cost, The surfacing could meeting. Chas. Hall of the Coos and Miss Alta Hansen.
three or four advertising for tlie report was copied
Chapel in the Woods, Leo Delibes. morning.
inst lie completed for from $1.25 to $1.- I Curry Telephone company, who was
pockets picked from tlie local papers by the city
I at the meeting Monday, assured the — Miss Clarice Danielson.
for 50 per yard,
In California where gathering that state aid was promis
' while making the daily journey and dailies and is still being published
ar this style of trucks is in use, road
[coupled with the fact that together in the various country papers of the
isco material is hauled a distance of ed for the connecting link between Garfield.
he had west. I know of several cattle buy-
Berceuse, Ludwig Schtte.—- Miss with Rayner Gelsendorfer,
ruc thirty miles.
the pleasure of scrubbing fresh paint I ers that have turned back from a
i ! way, providing the county bond issue Theresa Button.
This is the logical
Liebestraum: A Dream of Love, off several acres of university steps visit to the county, after reading the
9tli sooner we see it the sooner we will is passed.
under Sophomore supervision, which report, and it is certain there will be
Dol- be <>n the road to Good roads. And
some erring co-workers had placed dairymen from other sections of the
ocal I add. that instead of driving auto
there during the night; he is evident west wlio will remember the rumor,
was trucks off the roads and out of the Program for Friday and Saturday Schubert. Louise Strowbridge and
ly enjoying college life. Miss Ottilie should they contemplate moving to
that country, we should drive the moss
Aragonaise from the Ballet Cid. Lewin is also staying at the Kron- southwest Oregon.
’ in- backs out who are responsilbe for es; marine parade;
Symptoms of the Disease
Mi ssenet. Master Alva Button. i enberg home an attending college.
J9th this condition, invite the autos back;
disease is citused by a small
anl buy at least two ourselves with which
worm, Slrongylus Micrurus, which
the to build roads to hold them then for all auto race—40 miles, 1st prize unpublished composition by Hubert
¡gains entrance to the throat, and
1 Marine pa-1 Robbins, violin obligato,
car- wo will begin to look like we were $100; 2nd prize, $50.
I multiplying rapidly, soon fills the
íced on the way to civilization, And we rade— All boats, large anil small, on Wesleder.—Prof. A. Richards.
Silver Threads Among tlie Gold,
lungs of the animal causing death.
had would at least escape some of the the Bay will take part in this parade,
symptoms are coughing and mu
off cussingH administered by
cous secretions. Only young cattle
ocal who happen this way over our out Congressman Hawley will deliver an sical treatment Prof. A. Richards.
| Violin Solo: Four hand accompani
are attacked by the lung worm and
lent landish highways.*'
Ray Webb, star basket ball player [in this section of tlie United States,
Saturday, Boat races; battle roy- ment.—Theresa Button and Clarice
of last season, will head the High only animals that have been pastur-
al; boxing and
wrestling matches; Danielson.
school student body this year and ing on the low bottom lands, 1 have
$25. 2nd prize, $10. 3rd prize, $5. —Theresa Button and Carrol Gar will be assisted by Harold Johnson, treated several hundred head of cut
vice president, Helen Thornton, sec tie suffering from this disease since
Battle royal 100 men on a barge field.
Pioneer J. I*.
Tupper Purchases lu on the Bay; last man on barge gets
Duet: La Grace, Bohn.—Alva But retary, and Grace Gibson and John coming to Coos county several years
Moore, student members of the exec ago and of the lot only-a very, very
ll. W. Coats in Tliriv-
and Dollie Bowman.
ing Bustness Today.
Brothers, the juvenile entertainers.
Serenade: Believe Me If All Those utive committee. Errol McNair will small percentage have died mostly
Wrestling matches- Some of the Endearing Young Charms, H. Engel, ! fill the office of yell leader and Les animals that were in the last stages.
considerable best wrestlers on the Pacific coast Ops. 4; left hand alone, M. I*. Mero, lie Pullen will share witli Coach Har I Tlie drugs necessary for successful
old Quigley the honors of represent j treatment are inexpensive.
— Miss Louise Strowbridge.
ited cash was closed today whereby J. on hand to meet all comers.
ing Bandon iu the county athletic as I ease is not a very common one in
Such was tlie result of this section of the country, but where
the Bargain Store on Second street, es band concerts, plenty of fun.
and found it is best to keep young cattle
held this week
Christmas Eve. Gladys Jamieson.
¡off the range for a year or two as
So far there has been no further the pastures when infected, remain
The business has prospered from to attend.
At so for some time.”
along athletic lines.
ank the first day of its founding and the
first there was some discussion about
stock has been increased until it is THE
CITY OF BANDON BONDS
J. M. Berry, California cattie buy-
the largest of its kind in the city.
WILL NOW KELL READILY organizing a football team, but be - er, who was buying cattle in south
cause of lack of material that had
ths A short while ago Mr. Coats pur I
ern Coos and northern Curry, has
to be abandoned.
It would have
eet, chased the J. A. Kennedy black Now Has New Prescription Room Keconler E. li. liausriid Assured •>y
purchased the Williams cattle and
been possible to secure enough men
ami Additional Shell Ing—Is
I Paid Buyers that They Will
>urt smith shop and it is also understood
had Dr. Masson treat them for tlie
to make up a team, but a team with
Bid on the Issues.
■eks lie intends to operate his timber
lung worm. The herd is now past
out a team to buck them is hopeless,
ner and tie camps on an extensive scale,
the danger stage and as soon as it
W. 8. Wells, proprietor of the
R. L. Buggie of the Scandanavian- especially where the larger part of has had a chance to recuperate, will
The which will require his entire atten
Orange Pharmacy, has just complet American Bank of Marshfield was in the students have never played the be taken to the railroad for ship-
end tion to those projects.
Mr. Tupper is one of the pioneers ed rearranging and remodeling the Bandon Wednesday conferring with game and some of them have never
this city, but for the past 11 years fixtures of his store; adding to the Recorder E. B. Kausrud regarding seen it played.
In the place of football the men
iges has been a resident and business man convenience and artistic appearance City of Bandon bond issues and in
will be given over to early season
held in the Baptist
roni purchased rooming house properties
The prescription counter and stock
After the investigation he assured
ery day Is putting new life into tlie church continue with increasing in
have been moved into the room back Mr. Kausurd that lie was convinced
Evangelist I.. H. Stein hoff
basket siiooters and by tlie uine terest.
again move back to the city, has pur of the Boyle Jewelry store, opening
that Bandon bonds were a good buy
first will preach every night this week in-
directly into the drug store from the and that his bank will submit a bid
eluding Saturday and probably re
was came to Bandon in 1873 and was side. Along the back wall of the on all issues of bonds. Including the call for practice, about October 15, main through at least part of next
and for years one of the must widely room shelving similar to that of the $40,000 refunding bonds and also
report on the floor. Rufus Truman, week. Next Sunday services will be
known men of the coast, being pro rest of the room have been placed
the $40,000 water bonds at 6 per
who was in school for a time last held at 11 a. in. and 7; 30 p. m. as
prietor of the famed Tupper house, flanking a large full-length mirror.
cent. A letter from the Lumbermens
year, is again enrolled and his length usual when the topics will be (morn
situated oil the bluff at the foot of
Across the opening of the prescrip Trust & Mortgage bank of Portland
bids fair to land him in the center ing) “Eternal Punishment,*' or “i.t
Tupper rock. He then owned every
tion room has been built a new pre conveys similar information and it is
should he develop any play there a Hell and Where is it Locat
thing from the south side of what is
scription counter, faced with high- thought the city will not only be able
now First street down the coast to
ing ability whatever, Also, Quigley ed?” in tlie evening “The Future
class mirrors above and below a to sell its bond issue but that a sub
has another prospect, Smith, a rangy Home of God's True Children.” You
wards Port Orford,
plate glass panel running the full stantial premium will be obained on
owned the section to the north of
young fellow hailing rroin Eugene, will meet a cordial welcome and ai a
length, which allows the person the same.
The first meeting of the County most earnestly invited to all tin a
working in the prescription room an
The large number of
association of the season services.
James Root who has been associ
unobstructed view of the main store.
Old Resilient Dies
has been called for Saturday, Octob- | friends attending from other church
ated with the store as clerk, contin
The wood work was done by P. C.
lies with the new owner as manager.
John I.anders, owner of a plat of er 2, at Coquille when the basket i es is greatly appreciated. Contrib-
Stephenson and Mr. Wells states it
will be uted.
property in south east Bandon, who ball and other schedules
is perfect in construction.
Sa in nel
oh You German Band!
had been suffering from
Bright's worked out. One clash, not unex
Rumor after rumor is floating Wood done the staining and varnish- disease for some time, died at a local pected, may develope at this meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. G. It. McNair were
in about to the effect that I.etner Gal- ing of the fixtures.
hospital Sunday. He came here from At the last meeting of the association recipients of a pleasant surpris i
un lier and Miss Glady Strader were
The new arrangement adds much Grants Pass, Ore., but little is known Coquille tried to have Dreamland last Tuesday evening when a host < t
tile married at San Francisco the fore to the attractiveness of the store as of his life. He worked in the woods pavilion as a playing floor ruled out their friends walked in on
al part of this week.
No particulars well as to the convenences and shelv near the city and was accustomed to of the league.
The attempt was (lames and songs were the order of
lier are known and the World reporter ing capacity and gives the Orange spend his summers mining.
He 1» based on the'grounds that the Dream the evening until a late hour when
•ty, is not a bit certain that it is really pharmacy a prescription room equal said to have lived in this section for land floor was too slick, forgetful of ice cream and cake were served by
eft. more than a rumor.
But if mis in those respect to any drug store in about twenty years.
Rev. Knight the fact that their floor was far limi the guests. The jolly crowd consist
the taken. he will not be the only one the county.
er regulation size, had no boundary ed of Mr. and Mrs. Curl Garoutte.
officiated at the funeral.
a ill for it is assured the “German Band”
lines and was overhung on t wo sides Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dippel, Mr. a id
the is practicing Captain MacGenn's re
Seeing that Mrs. Vic. Breuer, Miss Sadie Gm
The Charm struck a snag today,
The Ladles' Aid of the Presbyter by a low balcony.
V ho vised version of Tipperary, while the breaking her wheel. The passeng
floor avail outte, Mr. and Mrs. 8. C. Johnson,
ian church will meet at the home of
ere Elks are beginning to “perk" up and ers were taken aboard the Telegraph Mrs. L. W. Robinson, on
Ocean able in Bandon, it is not probable Mr. and Mrs. Corson and Everard H.
<sh. plan for the home coming.
that it will be ruled out.
and brought to Bandon.
Drive, Wednesday, October 6th.