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About Western world. (Bandon, Coos County, Or.) 1912-1983 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1915)
The Official Newspaper of the City of Bandon
With the Largest Sworn Circulation in the City
WHERE PRODUCTIVE SOIL AND TIDE WATER MEET
LUMBERING, MINING, DAIRYING, STOCK RAISING
COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY,
OCTOBER 28. 1915
SCHOOL DISTRICT'S May Get Another
DEMAND FOR LUMBER DECISION PUZZLING Sixes Mine Flume Is COQUILLE VALLEY
CONDITION IS GOOD
Boat To Porlland PRODUCTS GROWING COUNTY OFFICIALS Rapidly Being Built
HAS MANY SILOS
Maliy Bandon People Ire Employ,
Enough Freight From Ramimi
eil on the Works---- Saw Mill is
IMPROt El» CONDITIONS IN FARM IN(N»RPORATEI> CITIES MAY NOT
INCREASE FROM NONE TO AL
Notili for .3 Schooners.
Now Cutting 1,millier.
ING SECTIONS STIMI LATE
BE MARE ROAD DISTRICTS
MOST 2»Mt SHOWS GROWTH
lit ILI»IN(B l.NDt STRY.
Freighting between Portland and
F. Kernold, blacksmith, and Jack
More Tlian SM5OII Slill Pin* the Dis Bandon ports is on the increase and far Slioitage \niong Railroads Now Supreme Court Holds That
legis McGill were up from thx» Sixes river A alue of Raising Corn for Ensilage
Ex ideili—Earnings Are Increasing
trict on I ncoilecteil Taxes—.*<!,- additional boat service may be pro-
lature I'assed Two Laws Which mines tho latter part of the week aft
Being Realized and lauger Crop«
IIOl» of l'ommon Warrants Resuit vided according to tlie
and Oiders for Ittlti Delivery Be
Are Conflicting—<»f Vital Interest er supplies. They report that over
of This Fodder Are Being Raised
mile and a quarter of the big four
ol l mlert stimating the Budget in from a recent issue of the Portland
ili« Piaceli—1 ir Manufacturers at
to Bandon and Max Alter Bond
Each Year Says County Agricul
mile flume Is now built and that
l’ast Six Year»—New System.
Disadxantage bjr Not < »rgani/.ing.
ing Flans of County.
turist—Also A etch and Oats.
Swayne & Hoyt, operators of the
considerable of the right of way of
Arrow line of steamers
the remaining distance is being clear
That Bandon school district No. Portland and San Francisco, closed
Inquiry into the lumber trade at
After nil tlie apprehension felt in ed by the advance crews
Dairying in the Coquille valley has
54 Is in better condition financially for the steamer Win. H. Murphy for various points in the interior country Coos county over tho supposed new section about 1 1-2 mlleB is nearing been placed on a more efficient bas
than was expected, is the pleasant a lengthy term of service and 'she reveals the fact that indications gen law making incorporated towns and completion.
is in the past two years than at any
revelation made by the board in re will be placed regularly on tlie run. erally point to a gradual Increase In cities road districts by themselves,
The Sixes River Mining company, previous time, according to J. L.
viewing the detailed report just sub Her addition to the fleet of the Ar demand.
there seems to have been no cause of which A. 11. Thomas is manager, Smith, county agriculturist.
mitted by Accountant Guy Dippel, row line will enable the company to
Middle State Improving
is apparently an active and substan fact is made evident by the increase
who for the past three weeks lias give a five day service on the run.
Throughout the middle states --
Tlie Supreme court in a decision tial concern. It has completed build .n the use of silos in tliiH section.
been exporting the books and de
The Murphy will alternate with Wisconsin. Minnesota. Illinois, Iowa, handed down last Friday finds that ing a sawmill for making the lum
Two yearn ago there were scarcely
vising a new and more complete sys the steamers Daisy Gladsby and the Nebraska and several others busi the Oregon legislature, at last ses ber used in building the big flume any silos in use here, while today
tem of records,
Daisy Putnam, both of which have ness conditions, although at no time sion, passed a second road district and for putting up tho necessary out of the 200 in use in Coos county,
A short time ago a report of the been on the run for some time.
as deeply depressed as on the Pa law which rendered the first null buildings. This mill I h now running all but 12 are In the Coquille valley
district's financial standing showed
Going onto the five day schedule cific coast, are becoming stronger and and void.
that there was over $13,000 out will cost the company some money there is a tendency towards a re
Both I- tied Same Day
“Every dairy farmer in the coun
Many Baudon men are working at
standing in common warrants, and in overtime, but it is believed by sumption of building activity, al
The court finds that the first act, the mines and the company Is said to ty is taking interest in the move of
tlie people were led to believe that them to tie justified by the heavy though tho price of lumber is very making Incorporated municipalities be employing a large crew.
spring feed for the cows," says Mi.
tlie district had been very extrava tonnage moving north and south. little if any less than it has been for road districts by themselves, xxias
Jmlth, "the result of which is ap
gant and had incurred this debt in All lines of steamers from the south several years. Crops have been fair filed with tlie secretary of state at BUSINESS GRADI ALIA GAINING preciated in dollars and cents via the
the last two years. In going over are carrying heavy freights these in several lines, but the summer has 8:30 a. in., of February 23, while
the books it was found that $6,000 days. Tho increasing of the sched been exceedingly wet and the corn Chapter 194, which substitute« Sep IL I. t'oppie Nays There Is no Rea
That silos are proving themselves
of this amount had been incurred by ule of this company is but one in I crop among others was to a large tember for October as the time for
son Why Woolen Mill Should
prime requisites In scientific dairy
underestimating the annual budgets stance of the prosperity which has i 'extent a failure. Nevertheless farm- making the road district divisions
ing is evident from the fact that a
for tho past six years, and that at hit all the coast lines of late. The ers, encouraged by the continued and contains no provision for mak
Wisconsin silo is offered as a grand
R. A. ('oppie of Marshfield, pro prize in the corn show. Corn makes
the time the recent report was made withdrawal of the steamer Break high prices, are making substantial ing incorporated cities separate road
there was $8526.02 uncollected tax water from the Coos Bay run has en improvements and much more lum district, was filed at 9:55 a, tn. of prietor of the Golden Rule store in excellent silage, and this crop is be
Thus Justice Bean this city, is here incidental to the ing boosted to a great extent this
es still due the district.
The dis abled the North Pacific company to ber will be consumed within the next the same day.
covery shows tliat the financial con enjoy its first real success in that year than has been used in the pres in his opinion declares that where purchase of the Averill stock from year. Mr. Smith believes that with
dition of the district is very good. territory. The same company
two acts are In conflict “the latter Stanley Ai Sessions. Mr. ('oppie re tlie farmers once started and the fact
is ent one.
expression of the legislature must cently returned from an extensive demonstrated to them that corn can
The real trouble, however, lies in handling heavy tonnage on the south
West Catching I p
the fact that the district receipts are extremity of its San Diogo run now
In the irrigated sections of Idaho, prevail." The court held that chap visit in (lie east and is quite opti be successfully grown In Coos coun
about six months in arrears of tlie as well as between this city and San where the cities and towns have been ter 19 1 did not limit the commission mistic over conditions generally ty, large crops will be raised annu
He de ally.
disbursements. The board finds this Francisco.
ahead of the country since the days ers in making the divisions into road throughout the country.
condition common among tlie schools
when immigrants came
Vetch Is grown In lurge quanti
Boats for Bandon
of the state.
Rumors of heavy freight moving loads, business has been dull for the such divisons as seemed suitable to business enterprises evdrywheire Is ties here, especially in the Coquille
having a widespread influence and valley. This is mixed with oats, the
The old system of bookkeeping lias to Oregon coast ports as far south past four or five years.
But now, them.
is bound to develop into a boon for two growing together.
OHicals in Quandary
been very incomplete, making it al as Bandon have also been afloat for since water has been obtained tor
Mr. ('oppie in bidding up the vetch in the field. Of
The situation now is somewhat of the lumber trade.
most impossible for tlie board and several days, and it is hinted that most of the land and it is beginning
officials. taking a great deal of interest in lo late there has been introduced fairly
clerk to know the exact financial | additional gas schooner's or email to produce, the poor homesteaders a puzzle to Coos county
condition, or to refer hack to any steamers may shortly go out. Cap are commencing to realize from the They had banked on the first law cal enterprises and would like to well the bacteria culture which mean
past transactions without a great tain Cassidy is getting the schooner efforts of their labors and the ma and intended redistricting tlie county see some plau started that might put un added growth per acre.
Now the local woolen mill again in ope art> severul forms of preparation on
deal of work. The law requires that Enterprise ready for one, while oth jority of them have new homes and according to its provisions.
That business is thriving the market and some are put out by
tlie books be audited each year, but er changes are also in
prospect. new barns in sight. Their good for that the court has ruled otherwise
tlie present board found this impos Claude Baker, representing the Jeld- tune is already having a telling effect their entire plans have been upset. everywhere, lie says, woolen goods the O. A. C. Not a great many of
sible to do, as it had never been done ness line here, returned yesterday on the merchants in the cities and An opinion has been asked of Dis generally taking sharp advances and the farmers have taken advantage of
he there is no reason why the local this system.
before. For this reason Mr. Dippel from Bandon and Newport, during towns and business is gradually get trict Attorney Llljeqvist,
was employed to check up all past which time he lined up freight en ting better.
The bacteria are raised in labora
Tills naturally has a would not pass judgment until lie plant should remain idle.
work attd install a new system, so the ough to keep the schooners Mirenc stimulating effect on the retail lum obtained further information regard
tories and come to the farmer in
BIG DELEGATION EXPECTED
board and public may know at any and Ahwaneda busy on runs into ber business and optimism prevails. ing the court's decision.
small bottles. In a dark place the
Bandon Vitally Interested
time any information desired. In the those ports, and hopes soon to have ! In fact in Idaho, a month ago, re
In view of the fact that the great C ooh County Business Men's Associ dumped onto the seed and both well
future financial reports will be made I either a new boat or an old one re tail lumbermen predicted that the
ation to Meet in Bandon.
from time to time and these reports built for the run.
mixed and then planted in the eve
manufacturing business on the coast er amount of the assessed valuation
will be published for the benefit of
will entertain the quar ning or during cloudy days, the pur
will soon come into its own.
$45958.61 to the interior mills this prediction is within the incorporated limits of terly meeting of the Coon County pose being to keep the sunlight away.
The complete report for the past
lias come true to a certain extent, the city, and that according to the Business Men's association Tuesday The bacteria through nodules form
Asaetn, Eastside Building
six years, dating from July 11, 1908 BulldtBC site
the Barber Lumber company in supposed new law this would have evening, November 16, at which time ed on the roots of legumes, bring
to September 1, 1915, submitted to ! Building
18874.87 ¡ the vicinity of Boise is now work been made a district by itself, the new officers will be nominated and a much needed nitrogen to the soil,
the board by Mr. Dippel at last Furn. & fixtures
held thereby enriching It and increasing
1 200.40 ing full time and at Baker, Oregon, new developments are of vital In social and business session
night's meeting, is as follows:
at least one big mill is working a terest here. Taking Bandon out of Earl Powell, secretary of the organl the growth of the crops. This has
the present district would have made zatlon is interested In getting a dele been tried out very successfully, says
$23419.72 double shift.
TOTAL .................. —
it practically impossible to improve gallon of business men of Coos coun Mr. Smith, on many farms in this
Interest. Eastside site
Assets, Beal McDonald
any roads outside the city and would ty to attend.
Ins. old building
lie has spoken to county and the farmers always come
Beal McDonald site
Ins. Eastside bldg.
Lime is needed on
from 50c to $2.50 a thousand. This have been a decided handicap to the Supt. W. F. Miller of the 8. I’, to back for more.
Assets, i’alaaka Sit©
Interest time warrants
is apparently true of pines and has eventual completion of a good road have the motor car make a special the fields In the county, it is said,
127.44 Palaska site
Interest on bonds Ureas.»
been explained by the fact that pine to the south without a county bond trip to Coquille about 4 p. m. on especially where the lands are not
No record of amount paid for the
Ins. high school bldg.
that afternoon, and is planning a perfectly drained. The question now
manufacturers are organized.
8528.88 High school site and no record for
It was mainly because of such a special bout to take the bunch back is where Is the lime to come from.
Expense both schools
Fir Men Unorganized
3110.25 old school building
probability that the county bonding In tlie evening.
The Oregon fir market, although
issue was revived of late, and the
West side bldg.
Panther AttacJxa Child
strengthened sufficiently to warrant
According to London and Petro
270.71 building and site valued at $5,000.
present developments may put the
West side bldg, site
Tlie Port Orford Tribune says.
the reopening of several mills along
REPORT, <N>. TAX COLLECTOR
proposition in an entirely new light grad dispatches the Turks have en Some two weeks ago a panther jump
the coast, is still the tail ender In
There is considerable opposition to a slaved or killed 850,000 Armenians, ed at a little girl in tlie Mule creek
S pedal Tax lx»vy
the march of progress, and will prob
75.00 1909 levy
bond issue for roads under any con there remaining only 200,000 from a country up Rogue river. The cries
ably bo the last to realize the full
68879.64 1910 levy
sideration, and if it develops that population of 1,200,000 before the of the child brought Its parent«, who
12775.41 measure of
4754.50 1911 levy
it is not absolutely necessary in ord war.
were working nearby, and they drove
Limited markets, and lumber freight
5465.15 1912 levy __
Furn. & fixtures, w. side
11301.70 rates, owing to the necessity of car er to get results, the new movement
the animal away. A boy was sent
1375.00 1913 levy
14819 1 1 rying smaller cargoes out of the may fall flat before an election is NTH.I. HOPEI I L FOR
to the house after a gun. and In look
WIRELEHH STATION ing for the varmlt where It had hid
334.45 1914 levy
Eaststde bldg, site
minor ports, are the disadvantages called.
Furn A- fixtures E. side
den, it suddenly sprang from the
met by the smaller producers. For
Enough Supplies on Hand al Cape brush at the girl's mother, and only
18874.87 Special tax remittance
East side bldg.
$64391.31 this reason the larger mills in the WILL DISCI SH 1’1 Bl,1C
(JI ESTIONS HERE SOON
Blanco to Last Till Next
619.30 Int. bonds, 6 1-2 yr.
Domestic science dept.
6271.85 larger ports will have the first op
a well directed shot from the rifle In
329 60 Uncollected taxes
8.526.02 portunity when the demand quickens.
the hands of her husband saved her
Hon. C. It. Barrow Here Tuesday
Entries ami Total 1
from its claws. It dropping dead at
But the greater disadvantage to the
That the IT. H. wireless station at
to Talk at t oni, Club Meeting
Interest common warrants
$79189.18 fir producers is said to be the keen
Blanco would not be removed
Time warrants redeemed
competition between the individual
until at least next Heptember is the
Late Saturday night some one is
Record to balance
$299.82 mill owners and their lack of or
Hon. C. R Barrow of Coquille, conclusion reached by a Marshfield said to have broken Into the Alpha
481.79 ganization in opening new markets
Coos county's representative in the paper after a talk with O. E Wil restaurant till and carried off tho
$1 64209.51 Year 1911
229 67 and maintaining prices.
last legislature, was in Bandon Tues liams, the operator at the station. running capital of that institution,
Less com. war outstanding
Railroad Earnings Gaining
has supplies on the haul variously rumored to have
day evening and yesterday, lie came, The government
been between $6 50 and $25. Claire
$1 51086.21 Tear 1914
5826.39 cent of the lumber product of the
“But," says the Coos Bay i»aper, Shumate and Ed Meyer«, proprietors
cial club to deliver a talk on a num
As per audit of cash book $151,-
At present there is ber of public questions that are of this would not hinder the starting of the eating house discovered the
$8526.39 a car shortage, which is evidence of
local interest just now, but somehow of the station on Coos Bay by reas theft, but so far no clue as to who
A sm - íí *. Hull School Building
270.05 » prosperity. Railroad gross earnings
t previous years
the club members didn't make con on of the fact that the machinery the thief or thieves were have been
for September showeu a gain of 2 nections and there were but a few from Cape Blanco will not be power
__ $17500.00 per cent, and some heavy orders for on hand. It was decided to wait un- ( ful enough for the new station and
18141.30 material for delivery in 1916 have til a later date, when the occasion , will. In all probability be sent back «*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦« ♦♦♦
5 465.15 Com. war. outstanding
Furn a Fixtures
18402.00 already been placed.
will be advertised in time to let all : to Mare Island when the station is1 ♦ Slliool. IM »NON ACCEPTED ♦
619.30 1 Time warrants
Domestic «deuce equip.
lut. due on com. war
Word was received by the Io- ♦
Indications Are Encouraging
the people know.
According to Mr. Williams the coat ♦ cal school board this week that ♦
Mr. Barrow has been filling invila-,
This fact, coupled with the return
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
$49831.77 of building activity throughout the tions at various places in the county j < f freighting supplier» to the station ♦ James N Wright * Co of Den ♦
western states, lends much encour and his talks are said to be very in- | last year was $25 a ton and this year ♦ ver, would accept the $14,000 ♦
I line Warrants lUqsirt
YOl'R FRIEND IS
He Is '18 a ton. Coal coats 120.50 a ton ♦ bond Issue at 5 1-2 per cent ♦
THE MAN WHO KN(
♦ Amt. Time war. issued _ $25502.00 agement to the oft repeated state «tractive and
♦ The attorneys had finally passed ♦
22152.00 ment that the lumber market is look probably better posted than anyone ■ d llvered and wood $12 a cord.
THAT YOU ARE
♦ By various holders
Mr. Williams say« he intend« to ♦ M the Issue and are preparing ♦
4 Bandon Height«, E. S site 3000.00 ing up, and the people of this sec in the county on legislative matters.
♦ Bal McDonald prop. ....... _ 350.00 lion of the coast may again see the Illa talks are on legislation, the land ■ ave bet >re long to enter the avia ♦ the bonds which will be receiv- ♦
AND FORGETS IT
mills operating full force before an grant question, conservation and tax- > tion service of the United States ♦ ed here In a few days.
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EXPERTING OF BOOKS FINDS
I II A T WRONG IMPRESSION
Il II» BEEN GIVEN.