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About Western world. (Bandon, Coos County, Or.) 1912-1983 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1915)
; the first of the week with a band of
; sheep purchased in northern Curry
I and being driven to Eureka for Ish-
am Walker, tlie veteran stockman
The band will be increased as it goes
The Methodist conference at Rose south until it will number over 2.-
burg has announced the following , 000, when it crosses into California
Coos county appointments:
T. H. It is understood that $1000 was of
Downs, Coquille; C. M. Kuight, Ban fered for a steamer to stop at Port
don; Joseph Knotts, Marshfield and Orford and take the sheep to Eureka
by water, but the offer iVas not uc
8. Moore. Myrtle Point.
cepted. Port Orford Tribune.
E. J Loney, the Port Orford bank
The Coquille Sentinel finds that
er and tie man who is planning to
principal places one would see in
A headache means you are
open a bank at Powers, states that
going around the earth in the lati
out of ¿ear, usually from
ning order within three or four tude of Coquille would be Toronto,
your stomach or from your
Sable, Nova Scotia;
nerves. Your best way is to
The old Northwest was towed to France; Leghorn. Italy; Nish. Ser-
sea by the Rustler a few days ago bia; and Vladivostock, Siberia. And
get back into normal condition
and burned. Chauncey Carpenter of the information may be adtj^d, that
as soon as possible, but you
Bandon was one of the crew taking «orne of the places visited would be
in the burning of Coos Bay’s much warmer or at least as warm as
likely need relief from pain
Coquille but that others, and the
at once. Our remedies are
Two marriage licenses were Issued greater number, would be much cold
a few days ago in immediate sue er, with snow several feet deep dur
cession, in both of which the lady ing the winter months.
bore the name of Frost. And yet
With three councilmen in favor of
. neither of these Frosts had ever the issue of providing the sum of
heard of the other.—Coquille Semi $90.09 to the Coos Bay Concert
band, and three others opposing the
But few indict I nel.
ments were returned.
I The name of the Rowland Pairie motion. Mayor Allen of Marshfield
line this week cast the deciding vote in
The Port Orford schools open for station on the Smith-Powers
favor of the motion ordering the re
the winter term on next Monday,
to pay the money over to the
The Coquille city tax rate is said October 4th.
Prof, A. S. Johnson
band master. The amount was made
to be 18 mills.
is to be the principal and Mrs. Mary
P. lines which is known as Roland as above given in order to evade
Marshfield may vote on the propo Keefer assistant.
provisions of the Marshfield charter
sition of building a $35,000 city hall
Rogue river fishermen according
that would have made it impossible
Mrs. George Noah, whose husband to appropriate a larger amount un
at the general election in December. to the Coos Bay News are being paid
was recently killed in a logging ac
North Bend is to have a house 15c for silversides. The seiners are cident near Coos Bay, has been al less more councilmen favored tlie
numbering ordinance drawn up for
lowed a pension of $30 per month
passage at the next council meeting.
and $6 for each child per month, by I J' A. Ward, in charge of the Coos
Marshfield has received the last the state industrial accident commis and Curry exhibit at the Exposition
An inventory and appraisement of
has written asking that the towns
the late A. M. Simpson properties check from the Carnegie library fund sion.
1 and Elks get together and make pre-
places the value of the sanie at $1,- making $12,500 in all. The library
A report from Marshfield states parafions for having the moving pic
is now out of debt and has a fine
sixteen bicycles have been stol tures shown on the fair grounds at
en there within the past month. Sus- the Oregon building.
Rev. Marvin Law of Seattle, ar-
The dredge Oregon, formerly on pisions center on a young fellow of
rived at Coquille last week and has
the Coquille river and at Coos Btty-¡ that place and ac
arrest may be
taken up his duties as pastor of the
has been taken to Tillamook, where made. The wheels are said to have ¡the state are already employing this
M. E. church.
it will have a run of approximately I been dj8mantled and the various method of advertising their sections
lot the state and that it has been
There is some talk at the Bay of 1,000,000 yards of dredgings.
parts used on other bicycles.
1 found to be one of the greatest ad
asking the government bureau of
The Marshfield chamber of com
About to die and having spent his vertising features introduced at the
f’ohcries to experiment with lobster merce has forwarded to the govern
last cent for a ticket to his old home fair. Mr. W’esleder, local man who
culture in the waters of that section. ment officials at San
Francisco a in Springleld, Mass., to see his lias been taking the pictures, has
The Coos County bankers have ex deed for the site proposed to be used daughter, Isaac Foreman of Marsh l now secured all of the negatives and
tended an invitation to the Oregon for a U. S. wireless station.
field raced across the continent, lle is planning on rushing the job to
State Bankers' association to hold
The schools at Bunker 111114 near beat death in the race and had two early completion.
their June meeting at Coos Bay.
Marshfield) were closed for an in 'days with his daughter, whom he had
The Coquille Sentinel says: One
period on account of a diph not seen in years, before he died.
District Attorney L. A. . Liljeqvist
of our county officials gives the fol
is moving his office from Coquille
to theria scare. Two children are re
Senator Chamberlain has
wired lowing reasons why he favors a bond
Marshfield, where he will be located ported to have taken down with the the Bridge Carnival committee of issue for road improvement in Coos
in the Coke building.
North Bend that the government will county: 1st. The change in the road
The north Bend Tide says: Much not send a submarine flotilla to Coos district law which cuts out the city
Marshfield may decide to nomin-
districts that contain nearly a tlilrvl
ate city candidate* for office by pe complaint is being heard of the in Bay during the celebration, as was
of the taxable wealth of the county,
tition only. The proposition is to be efficiency of the lights of the city and contemplated. Reason given by tlie
and so materially
voted on at the next general election. it is expected that a material reduc navy department was lack of suffi
amount of money available for work
in tlie lighting bills tor the coming cient harbor depth.
ThO grand jury was discharged last
on country roads. 2nd. The fact
year can be effected.
Fannie O'Donnell, who was arrest that we have over 600 miles of roads
week and there will be no further
meetings of that body before the
The 560 acre tract at Tarheel log- ed last spring on charges of illegal in this county, almost every mile of
liquor selling and sentenced to 3 which is in poor condition and In
months in the county jail and a fine urgeut need of Improvement. 3rd.
of $250, started tills week serving The fact that better roads always in
her sentence. She had been in San crease property values and enhance
Francisco, arriving in Bandon a few the prosperity
days ago on her way to Coquille. through which they are built.
James Madison Dyer, a Coos coun support of the latter reason it is
ty pioneer and well known to the stated that the opening of a new
old settlers of the county, died at road almost always results in the
Grizzly Flat near Redding, Califor sale of some property rendered ac-
nia a few days ago of bronchitis. ceBsible by it.
Be was 71 years of age and was a
Big Fire at North Bend
brother of the late Judge George
A $6,000 fire occurred at North
Dyer. He was a mining engineer by
Bend the latter part of the week.
It started near the Joy theatre and
The work of slashing the Russ
was discovered by one of the pat
low lands ni-aj" Coquille the
rons of that place. One entire block
summer, according to the Sentinel,
was threatened, but quick work on
the part of North Bend and Marsh
business done there during the dull
field's fire departments soon had tlie
’ season. One of the five grocery
flames unde control. Tlie fire is sup
' stores reports sales to the slashers
posed to have originated from a de
to the amount of $1,000. And the
fective light wire.
amount paid the workmen i by Mr.
Kitsner during the season totalled
NOTICE OF SALE OF IMPROVE
[ about $15,000.
ging camp on South Slough has been
logged off and the camp will be dis
continued. Operations have been re
sumed by the Simpson Lumber com
pany, in its new camp near Sumner.
1 he Bosworth Company picsents
ELSIE JANIS" The Famous Star, in a five part
Comedy, written by herself
Caprices of Kitty
A rapid fire t'omul.i that never Liga in intereat
See it at the GRAND
Next SUNDAY, October 3
Remember the Grand is Steam Heated for your Com
fort the best place in town, to spend a
BANDON DRUG COMPANY
A question that’s fully answered by vour first pack
age of the New Post Toasties.
These Superior Corn Flakes are delightfully crisp to
start with, and they have a body and firmness that
staycrisn, even after cream is added.
have the real corn flavour. Eat them dry direct from the
package and they please amazingly, but serve these ten
der, crisp bits of corn with milk or cream and at once you
realize that the day of ordinary “corn flakes’’ is past.
All grocers have been supplied with the New Post
Toasties, fresh from the ovens. An order to your grocer
will bring a package quickly
Buy and Try and Smile Awhile
Last Saturday Leo. J. Cary and
family moved down to the new bung
alow he has been building this sum
mer in the neighborhood of the Cou-
logue camp near l.ampa.
bungalow is up-to-date in every res-
I pect, with hot and cold water and
I all the modern conveniences, except
•■lectrtc lights which will probably
I come later. The family do not er-
pect to move back to town until wln-
¡ ter sets in.—Coquille Sentinel.
Marshfield Record celebrated its
fourth birthday. During that time
the newspaper has made a wonder-
| ful growth, both in size of plant and
I service to its subscribers. Although
! Editor O'Brien is running both a
'coming and a going” head and one
I doesn't know until he looks at the
ads whether the front is the back or
the hack is the front, it Is judged by
the past that his dictionary doesn't
contain such a word as retrogression.
We hear rumors of court house
moral now and then which will not
down. There are those who l>elieve
¡the seat of government should be on
■ the Bay side of the county, and we
presume the rumor eminates from
those who have selfish motives at
intake. This paper has been through
' a fight similar to that one might ex
pect should this become an issue, and
| we sincerely hope that we shall not
be forced to participate in another.—
North Bend Harbor.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
That sealed bids will be received by
the Common Council of the City of
Bandon, Coos County, Oregon,
the office of the City Recorder of
said City until half past seven o’clock
p. m. Wednesday the 3rd day of No
vember, 1915, for the purchase of
street Improvement bonds to
amount of $8,102.18, denominations
to suit purchaser, not less than $25
nor more than $500.00. Bonds bear
interest at 6 per cent and are dated
June 1st, 1915.
Said bonds are authorized by the
laws of the State of Oregon and
Ordinances of the City of Bandon.
Bonds mature ten years from date
with prepayment option thereon at
face value and accrued Interest to
date of any annual coupon interest
after one year from date of bonds.
A certified check of 5 per cent of
bid must accompany each bid to be
forfeited to the City of Bandon, in
case the purchaser fails to make
payment of said bonds after bid Is
Common Council reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
Dated at Bandon. Oregon, this 30
day of September, 1915.
E I! KAUSRUD,
830 07 14 21
How about Sacchl’fl beach nom«»
Sunoay? The Seven Devils HtaM*
will White passed down the coast .will take you there and back.
Charlie Chaplin, the laugh pro
ducer, will be shown at the Grand
next Saturday night, October 2, in a
rearing farce comedy
querader.” a regular whirlwind.
Please don’t tear up the seats
when you see Charlie Chaplin in the
"Masquerader” at the Grand next
| the effect he started up a motion
picture theatre at Glendale, Oregon,
last Tuesday. Mr. Averill runs the
only picture show in the town and
it is sal d he lias a fine field to draw
on for his patronage. Glendale Is
one of the smaller gowns of the
Breakwater Off tlie Run?
It was rumored on the Bay this
week that the steamer Breakwater
Karl II. Averill Now Picture Magnate would be withdrawn from tlie Coos
Bay run. Tlie Breakwater was re
at Glendale, Oregon.
cently overhauled at
Superintendent Miller states lie Im
Erlends of Karl B. Averill, former no information regarding (lie ru
ly of Bandon, have received word to mored withdraw! of the noat.
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Just Received new
Shipment of Latest Makes.
All kinds & makes
$1.25 to $17.50
GET THAT HEATER NOW.
Our new shipment contains such well known
makes as TRILBY OAK, BEE, OPAL, RIVAL,
LACLEDE ,HOT BLAST, LEVER -in fact any
kind or make you might want, from the small sheet-
iron stove to the higher price cast-iron ones that are
the best made.
Get your heater now while you have a large
stock to choose from.
A good heater is a money saver when fuel bills
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
John Deere Farm Implements
the best line on the market.
Also for U. S. Cream Separators, Sharpless
Milking Machines and R. & V. Gas Engines.
Bandon Hardware Co.
Mail order« given prompt attention