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About Western world. (Bandon, Coos County, Or.) 1912-1983 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1915)
The Official Newspaper of the City of Bandon
W ith the Largest Sworn Circulation in the City
WHERE PRODUCTIVE SOIL AND TIDE WATER MEET
LUMBERING, MINING, DAIRYING, STOCK RAISING
FIRST STREET AGAIN
COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY,
OCTOBER 7, 1915
Wasley-Laird Nuptials Another View on RoaJs
The East Is Prosperous Pollock Grocery
Solemnized Sept. 29|
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Webb return
NO. 4 i
RECITAL WAS A
Elbert Dyer arrived in Bandon the
first of the week from Ashland. Ore
Local People Purchase the Stock and Big Receptions Given at San
Jose. gon. He will attend to business mat-
t alifornia arffl at Bandon
Will .Move Same to Keil t rain
ters here and then return to Asli
llrug Store Location.
for tiie Newlyweds.
land, where the family will spend
Mr. Dyer and family have spent the
The Model Cash Grocery is the
pretty wedding was solemnized
summer motoring through southern
name under which the Pollock
A at the Trinity church, Sau Jose,
Many Property Owners Attend the '
and central Oregon. They found no Dreamland Pavilion Tastefully !»<«•-
•after be Ct-lifornia, on September 29th, when
Countil Meeting to
section of the state equal to this,
orateti for the Occassion—New
known. This week a deal was coui- Miss May Wasley became the bride
Street Question Explained—S|iecial '
Beautiful — I ppt r
dis- of George P. Laird.
pleted whereby Chas Pollock
"No section of Oregon offers the
Grade Students Do Ext-eptiomdly
Rond Ordinances Prepared.
opportunities found In Coos county,”
Well—I lance Enjoy eyl.
ties and has left for eastern Oregon, friends of the bride and groom were
said Mr. Dyer to a World reporter,
where he will make bis home on his present. After the ceremony the
"some sections may be booming In a
The city council met in regular
bridal party repaired to the large
quiet way. but 1 have filled to find a "Music is the essence of the soul."
session last evening with all officers
Harry Honung is manage of the San Jose hotel where an elaborate
Not more strongly was tiie force
.section with more undeveloped re
and councilmen present,
Mr. Hornug states that wedding supper was much enjoy-
of the old saying brought to mind
proceeding of the evening following
the coming week they will move the ed.
The following day Mr. and
a little he begins to realize more and than at the recital given Monday eve
the reading of the minutes, was the
stock from the present location to Mrs. I^aird left for San Francisco,
more the opportunities we really do ning by the pupils of Prof A. Rich
appointment of members of the li
the building formerly occupied by where they spent a day at the fair;
ards, at Dreamland pavilion.
brary board by Mayor Topping.
the Red Crain Drug store, near the leaving on the Great Northern on a
hall was specially decorated for the
Sewer Assessments Heard
Bank of Bandon on First street honeymoon trip to Portland.
roads, and then we will see develop occasion in
Early in the evening the council
journey north took just 26 hours,
red streamers and flowers; backed
adjourned to meet as a board of
and during that time a 68 mile gale
To Increase the Stock
In fact the only reason we are go- by one of the artistic pieces of scen
equilization and heard the assess
Grocery will en- was encountered, but the size of the ing to spend the wiuter in Ashlaud ery from the Grand theatre.
ment roll for the new Wall-Second
But beautiful decorations alone
deavor to be all that the name signl- boat enabled her to weather the is because the roads of that section
street sewer improvements, amount
The stock will be in- storm easily. The ship is a genuine are improved and one can travel in cannot win favorable comments < n a
ing to $4,806.01. Two remonstrances
recital; u display of ability and tal
creased considerably and the man floating palace and Mr. and Mrs. a car all the year 'round.
were filed and read; that of Col. II.
ent must be forthcoming and in
ager states it will be their aim to Laird thoroughly enjoyed their time
II. Rosa and the Gallier estate. They
carry a complete line of groceries on board. From Portland they re- and make a determined effort to se- neither respects were tiie crowd
were similar in provisions, both al-
and that everything about the store turned to Bandon overland via Rose- cure good rcads, they will get them, which gathered at Monday evenings
leging the sewer was placed on too
will be as neat and clean as it is pos burg.
Exposition is Wonderful
Then the outsiders will come here event disappointed. To say that in
low a grade.
Mr. Rosa’s also re-
Last evening a blg reception was and the country will develop rapidly. proportion to tiie amount of tlam
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Nielson return
lated to the size of assessments on
strictly cash business and conse given at the Gallier hotel in honor No one man or dozen men cun work ing received, any one of tiie pupils
his holdings. The latter question ed on the Elizabeth from a short va
quently Mr. llornug states,
will of Mr. and Mrs. Laird and Mr. and this change alone. All must work taking part was more successful than
was explained by Engineer Sawyer, cation spent at the Exposition and
Mrs. Lentner Gallier at which about
Bandon is exceptional!) tho rest would be unfair; for, the
They sell everything on a close margin of
who said the assessments, according visiting California friends.
guests were present.
A sump well favored for in addition to
the amount of training each student lias
to the city charter provisions, were
tUous banquet was served and the other resources in abundance. It has ’ received considered, but few stud-
made by area method, and not the
latter part of the evening spent by
ent«' recitals have received more
They are arranging the stock this the gentlemen in listening to witty I the best beach on the coast."
frontage method; and Col. Rosa's Lgret is he could not spare the time
universal favoralde comment.
property had a larger area than for a longer stay. They found the week preparatory to making the speeches and toasts.
The upper grade
property with the sanie sized front-
presents were presented the grooms.
tions and descriptions of previous tenj t0 put on a bargain sale at
The bride is a sister of Mrs. Harry
|especially successful. Among these
Bandon visitors and that the other j wh(ch the line of tinware, glassware, Pierce of this city and has resided
Favors City Doing Work
were the selections by Miss Alta Han-
"Figures on the Garfield avenue state and country exhibits were of grauite ware, crockery, china and In Bandon the past two years, dur
sen. All ho I os were memorized and
Ing Bata for the Case.
dry goods will be disposed of.
sewer improvements show that by
ing which time she has made a host
|required conscientious work.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pollock. the I of friends. She has a sister, Mrs.
doing the work with day labor the ticularly Impressed by the hardware
Liebestraum, by List/., rendered by
former owners, started the grocery I.>run, and other relatives at Sun
city can save about 33 per cent; and
Port Attorney G. T. Treadgold is Itubert ltobblns made a hit with the
in times like this I favor the city do' lie mentioned the big exhibt arranged store some two years or more ago. Jose, California which city was her busily engaged this week preparing audience as did also Mr.
The business inceased rapidly in size former home.
ing improvement work by day labor," by tiie Simmons people.
an answer in the tax suit against the ‘own composition,
and the concern enjoys a large pat-
said the Colonel, who wbh present.
The groom needs no introduction. I’ort of Bandon in which five sep Thoughts,” said by local mush-luiis
| ronage. They own a homestead in He has made Bandon his home for a rate parties are desirous of having
It was also stated that a bid was
to be a composition which will re
eastern Oregon which required his a number of years and w“as manager ‘their port taxes cancelled, alleging
once made on a sewer for the same
ceive recognition If published. Tho
attention and so they decided to sell of the Bandon Water company from the property Involved is not within
district which was about $1000 less
words and monologue by Pro. Rich
Dispatches their interests in Bandon and move
than the present cost.
It was ex Poitland und Ta<-oma
the time of its organization up until the watershed of the Coquille river. arils were a treat and the audience
Hay Sharp Revival Expected.
I to that section.
plained that this bid was on a district
the purchase of the company by the
It is said the case may finally be Insisted on an encore.
smaller than the present district and
Manager Harry Hornung of the city. He has numerous property in taken into the Supreme court for a
"Silver Threads Among the Gold”
that under the enlarged district the
new company came to Bandon about terests here and is also the owner decision, but the atorney is confident with ornamental treatment by Prof.
same company making the low hid,
a year and one-half ago from Seattle, of a large ranch at Lamps, which he 'the Port of Bandon will win out.
But few Bandon people
in the northwest lumber market dur-
wanted about $200 more than the
Washington. He has been employed is having extensively improved.
The land involved Is in the north have had the pleasure of hearing
Mr. Webb's contract
us assistant in the city recorder's of-
Mr. and Mrs Laird have taken up west section of the port and consists the professor at the piano and these
contains a clause allowing a 10 per 1 tnen throughout the coai-t
ffice and with Contractor W. H. housekeeping in the J. L. Kronen- of holding of the Merchant estate, have been
cent discount on each of the assess- expect a rap’d revival.
berg house on Harlam avenue.
the Southern Oregon company, Simp friends.
Wash., Oct. 1.—So Webb.
ments paid in cash.
son Lumber company and
Dennis should play a selection ut one of
First Htreet Question
his recitals and the above number
Tiie viewers' report on the assess-. mand and prices has been noted dur-,
The simple old mel-
ments of benefits and damages on the
Bring Back the Jerky
ody was rendered with an expres-
opening of First street East was up
Messrs. H. C. Endicott, K. V. Leep
slon which "brought the liouse down
for discussion, but it was voted to Manufacturers' Association, meeting
and A. Garfield returned this week |
return the same to tfleni for cor
from a hunting trip to the Rogue
Hungarian Rhapsody played
Miss Gladys Scene of 50 Years Ago Called
rection as to technical points and
river section. They went in Mr.
Mr. Robbins was a fitting climax,
Htrader Fall Before Dan Cupid's
.Mind a* Olii Soldiers Form
Garfield's Studebaker as far as the
But few realize the amount of time
( nerring Aim.
Ranks and March.
will probably come up and be thrash of boards $1.50, effective October 10.
road extended and then
1 and difficulties that must be over-
ed out at the special session Tues
their outfit some forty miles to what come before a musician can success
ably short for weeks. This will put
Monday the passenger list of the
As a number of local members of Is known as Cedar camp. Heer were fully play thiH selection.
It appears that at the time First slash grain flooring at $16 and
8. Kilburn. Marshfield. contained the Grand Army of the Republic plentiful and each of the hunters se Home thirty odd pages of music nnil
street East was opened up what was ing up to $15 while 8x10 boards
the name: "Mr. and Mrs. Lentner took part in the grand review at cured the limit. Dr. EndlcoU Is said in places the player must strike as
known as old Railroad street on the be at $8.50. and 12-inch boards at Gallier.” The rumor was dispelled. Washington In 1865, at the close of to have seen 14 dear on the way out.
high as ten keys at once.
east end of the same was already a $9. A motion to advance
On Tuesday, September 28th, at the Civil war, and Mr. and Mrs. C.
Proving Ip on Homestead
the home of Mr and Mrs. M E. B. Zeek were delegated by the Ore
The program follows:
viewers were appointed and they
8a n gon branch of the organization as
Decker. 218 Wallan
Reverie, ops. 34, No. 5, Clem
sessed benefits and damages on tile 1 facturera on the matter of putting Francisco, relatives of the bride, oc rrqiresentativos at «the conhention on business with (I. 8. Land Com-
Schultz; Rustle of Spring, Binding
new extension, but overlooked the
curred the marriage of Miss Gladys this year, it is presumed a
Lake Miss Alta Hansen.
Later Ion the differential lists of the as Strader to Lentner E. Gallier, both words regarding the same is of in to proving up on I i I h New
already dedicated section,
Chapel in tiie Woods, Leo Drill,« :«.
when the proceeding were about half
Miss Clarice Danielson.
I up to since made, manufacturers sell- prominent young people of this city terest locally.
of fine land, about ten of which is
through the council found that E.
A few weeks ago Miss Strader in
WASHINGTON. Sept. 29.- Stand
Tarantella, A. Piecz.enka. l'ari "I
N. Smith was the owner of a lot lying
company with her aunt, MrB. O. A. ing on the same spot where, 50 years
J the possibilities of his section of the Garfield.
partly in the Railroad street, which I get.
Trowbridge, left for a visit to the ago. President Andrew Johnson re
Berceuse, Ludwig Sehtte. M is*
had been overlooked by the viewers.
Later Mr. Gallier was viewed the parade of the Grand Army country, and like many others in this .Theresa Button.
The improvement was carried to which loggers and non-operating tim sent to San Francisco on business pf the Republic, home from the war vicinity believes the time is not far
Liebestraum: A Dream of Love,
completion; but Mr. Smith still owns ber owners may by allowed associa for the Bank of Bandon—and took of the rebellion. President Wilson to distant when all of the land between
List».—H ubert Robbins.
his property lying in the street. The tion membership, the rate being one- a short vacation, stoutly denying to day reviewed the feeble remnant Bandon an«i Port Orford will be
report of the viewers was referred half cent per 1000 feet for the log Bandon friends with him that his
of that army, called by historians the
Schubert. Louise Strowbridge and
back to them with a view of the pur- *ters. and one-half per cent per acre
inention were in the matrimonial most efficient fighting force the
Mrs. G. Boak and Mrs. Carl Gar Glady* Jamieson
chase of this property for street pur for the owners.
Later a report reached here world had known.
Aragonaise from the Ballet C’.d,
will entertain the Presbyterian
poses and last evening their report
of the marriage.
Fifty years ago the grand army on Ladies' Aid at the latter's home on J. Massenet. Master Alva Button
was tendered the council. It is said
To Have Special Officer
The bride is the niece of Mr. and parade In the nation's capital num I Bandon avenue next Wednesday.
Tenor Solo: My Deepest Thoughts,
the Smith property is valued at $300.
The Bank Hall management un- Mrs. O. A Tiowbridge of Bandon, bered 200,000 strong. Today the — unpublished composition by Hubert
the adjourned nounce that owing to the disorder
and her parents reside In San Fran aged and enfeebled veterans number |cheers and tears. Cheers tor the val Robbins, violin obligato,
meeting will be held at which time occurring near the hall last Saturday
cisco. She has been a resident of ed about 20,000. Many of these mar Dant men who offered their Ilves In Wesleder
Prof. A. Richards.
the council will consider the new or night arrangements are being made
Silver Thread* Among the G, LI.
Bandon for a number of years dur ched with the aid of crutches and the hours of their country's greatest
dinances covering the city bonds. j with the city to have a special police
Ing which time she has made a host canes,but still hired with the patri need, and tears for the white-haired arranged for the piano with a clas
In which the rate is now placed at I officer appointed who will see that
otic fervor which signalized their sac heroes who will soon have answered sical treatment Prof. A. Richard-
6 per cent, it being impossible to , strict order is maintained. The of
The groom is the son of Mr. and rifices on many battlefields half a the last roll call. Old Inhabitants
Violin Solo: Four han«l accompani
obtain a bid on the bonds at 5 per ficer will be paid by the Bank Hall Mrs Stephen Gallier of this city. He
century ago. In the ranks of the vet- of Washington who have witnessed ment.—Theresa Button and Clarice
cynt. The intention is to rush the I people.
is a graduate of the Bandon High eran*, however, were not a few who many parades, asserted tonight that Danielson.
matter through as rapidly as po*-
Duet: La Gracieuse Waltz, Bohn.
school in which institution he won marched with heads erect and shoul- they never saw such an enthusiastic
sible In order to take up the out-
honors in the class room and on the den thrown well back as they whia- ovation as that accorded the "Boys - Theresa Button and Carrol Gar
standing general fund warrants.
above athletic field, being one of Bandon ■ tiled and sang the old-time march of ’65.” Cheer after cheer greeted field.
the Merchant Bros.
heavy weights In that feature dur ing songs.
Duet: La Grace, Bolin, Aha But-
the veterans as the parade moved
A heavy blast at the government Whiskey Kun.
and Itollie Bowman.
quarry which was necessary in ordei
Mayor Topping left for .North Bend employ of the Bank of Bandon since from the war In '65 two entire days along historic Pennsylvania avenue
Serenade: Believe Me If All Those
to loosen the face of the cliff, shook
this morning to attend the good
were required for its passing in from the capitol to the White House, Endearing Young Charms, H. Engel,
the city Friday noon. Several win roads meeting, A number of Ban- leaving school.
before President Johnson over the same route taken by the Op*. 4, left hand alone, M P. Mero,
dows were damaged by the concuss
don people accompanied him.
Miss Louise Strowbridge.
Today four only were required for troops of Grants' remarkable army
ion and the derrick at the quarry
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Pape went to
broken by a 17 tan bolder,
fiirst southern- war songs, sung by the veteran* as Manciet,
workmen are said to have placed North Bend today to take in the big where they will be al home to their ident Wilson, the
Gladys -atnle-: u.
born president since the Civil war they marched. thousands of |>eople
f M Bridge Carnival
Mr. Pai>e will Inci host of friends after October 20th
tie powd.r ab.ct IS or 1
Hungarian Rhapgpd) No. 2, LI lx.
along the way wiped the tears from
Heroes of 'H5 Cheered
back In the rock tv ail at the bottom dentally do a little boosting for good
(Continued on last page)
The Greek cabinet has resigned. | Today in Washington was a day of their eyes even as they cheered.
ef the quarry.
ed Thursday from a month and a
half vacation trip spent in the east
and in traveling through the western
From Bandon they went by land to
San Francisco, spending a few days
at the Exposition, which by the way
Mr. Webb states is one of the great
est of its kind ever built.
there they traveled half way across
the continent to central Illinois, for
a visit at Mr. Webb's former home
and with his parents who still reside
there. Returning they came by way
of the Northern Pacific to Seattle,
to Portland and Roseburg.
Mr. Webb talked with numerous
business men in the places visited and
obtained a comprehensive idea as to
conditions. He found that although
times were being called hard in many
places, that on the whole business
conditions were improving and that
everywhere a more optimistic view
is being taken. The Illinois farm
ers raised large crops the past year
and are prosperous. Financial con
ditions afre growing better every
where. They enjoyed their vacation
much but were glad to get back to
in Big Parade