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About Western world. (Bandon, Coos County, Or.) 1912-1983 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1915)
The Official Newspaper of the City of Bandon
ith the Largest Sworn Circulation in the City
LUMBERING, MINING, DAIRYING, STOCK RAISING
FALLING TREE KILLS
LOGGER AT TWOMILE
JOli.X BARROUS MEETS
Git I S \\ ti llitll E
BANDON, COOS COUNTY, OREGOI
Is Held al Frisco
Man Who “Handled" < .ms i x.iint v
Fu.linee 'lust l ace I'cdcral
t iand Jury.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1915
OREGON COAST ÍÍ0A9 01 f LAW POINTS
IS TO BE DISCUSSED
ARE MADE PLAIN
t'Ot X IA t'O'IMISSFlXEI S Ol
OBIT.OX TO MEI I vr
poltri xm >
An Air Tight Lid
BANDON LEADS IN
May Decide N»»t to tarry I Iqnor < 1
Any Kimi Even for Medicinal
Manager Baker of Hie Bandon
Creamery company received
from Hie postal inspectors at San
Francisco this week that E. F. Zuerti.
the commission uierclimit who had
fleeced tlie local firm together with
several others in Coos county, has
been bound over to tlie Federal grand
At th? preliminary hearing
Zueiti. who is said to be a clever
swindler, admitted that ho ow.id
these firms various am tints,
stated that he had simply been un-
aide to pay them. However liis at-
tempt to explain the fact that lie
cliatiged Hie name of liis business
firm and als.i locations so often is
said to have been unsatisfactory,
therefore lie has been held.
Mr. Baker has been requested by
the i>ostal authorities to gather all
tlie advertisiug matter anil letters lie
had received from Zuern and lie pre
pared to go to San Francisco in tlie
near future, as lie may lie called up
on as a witness when the alleged
swindler conies to trial.
Walter S. Wells of Hie Orange
Xo <'tie Saw Xn ide-it But B ih I. v i
State I it iticct's < >t!:cc Suppi it Move "a miai tuie ami Sah- Only of In ITmrmaey and C Y Lowe of tile Ilex
Every I arge District in < ' emty Hits
Found by Tcvainstei' Short Time
to <,Ct < 'o i I ló ri I r in \ -Im ia
ti x iranís I orl'iddeii and l imit Is all store, returned Saturday from
in X muller This ' ear. But
l.atei — Leaves Wife and l ive I it
Seul !l to < imcx nt City—Data on
l'ut on Ubai Individual or I amili I Ni rtli Bend where they attended the
Brillili ill's Pc, re.ise I invest in I’m-
ele t'hildicn Who lieside in Ban-
Probat h‘ < i t Is As\o| For by
'lay I’.-ocuic—Local Men l'rc|uir- q irterly meeting of th • Coos County
< Ion— I n nera I T< u lay.
cd for P< ssitilc “Knockout to Law" ITinrmaceutical association.
as l.ast X ear.
In a short discussion tlie druggists
xpresseil Hie opinion
John Barrows, a logger who re
Tlie atiiiual meeting i.f members
Requirements for purchasing li i should not even take out a federal
Bandon again hears the distinction
sided with his family in Bandon,
of Boards of County C.miaiissioners quor in Oregon after December 31:
having I he largest school pupo la -
was accidently killed in the Elw.il
of all counties of Ort : n will he heli!
It mu t be ordered from some deal ucticn would mean that alcohol could Him of any district in Coos county,
pole camp al Two Mile, about 12
at Fortland. December 8, 9 and 10. er outside the state.
it must be not be pit fellas. <1 at any drug store i lerk C. M. Knight Ims completed
miles south of this city Tuesday aft
E. I. Cantine, chief deputy engin laid for when ordered; liquor sent
I in tlie county, not for any purpose. the census and i'lipls a total of 865
No one saw the accident,
eer, has addressed a letter to cadi <’• <•• D. being considered us Bold
.Neither could whiskey lie bought for of school age. which Is 95 less than
and when the body was discovered a
in ‘inlier in Hie c. a.-t range of coun within the slate. If sent by an ex-
Every large district In the
dead timber was lying across it. Tit
ties asking him to brin : l<> Hie meet pre..-, company, it may be delivered,
a decrease, hut that of
heavy wind had caused the dead tim
ing data as regards number of miles bui only to purchaser in person. The
gists stated that they do not wisli Bandon is proportionately less than
her. which had been leaning against
of road now open and which might deliveryman mast present an affi
(lie odium Hint would attach to them any of the others.
another tree, to fall. Mr. Barrows
be used in a coast iiroject. Also the davit blank, to which the consignee
if during dry times, they sold alcohol year had 984, but this year it has
was working directly under the snag
number of miles nett' ary to build must sign and swear. He must swear
in utly form. The opinion was ex 823; North Berni had 839 in 1914
and it is believed that lie had no
to make connections, and probable that h ■ is the ¡>erson to whom the
in-eased Hint in the Itasi drug stores mid now Ims but t>53; Myrtle Point
chauce whatever to get out of the
cost of same.
liquor is consigned and that he lias have lleOII sex erely criticized
and ,.is ii ilm cd Horn 4oo to 355 and Co
The tree apparently struck
Judge Watson, according to the not r ei\ d more liquor than the
some, too have sold liquor oil the qullle is considerably less, although
him across the back of the neck and
North Bend Harbor, has stated that quantity allowed him by law. The
side; and in I 91 •>
the criticisms the exact figures seem to be in doubt.
shoulders as he was severely bruised
lie was going to the meeting loaded expri s. . i.m may charge 5 cents for
would he increased leu fold, There
It was stated nt the recent school
there. He also had several bruises
to the guards with all tlie necessary the affidavit.
The purchaser then fore steps should lie taken to clear meeting that Bandon has a higher
across the chest and face, which in
information and was quite enthusias may do anything lie likes with the
their skirls by refusing to take out lax for si hool purposes than any oth
dicated that his body had been wedg
tic about tlie ¡dan and tlie interest liquor except sell it. No person ot
Federal liquor licenses.
er district in Hie county, and that
ed between Hie falling log and the
no family may receive more than
Two Mile Resident Dies
It Is por.sililo Hint a special meet none i 1 Hie other districts had voted
one on which lie had been working
John F. Scott, 7 4 years old, who Unit lias long been met with favor in two quarti <>f spirituous or vinom ing of tlie ussociatlon will lie called mote than 9 mills. Thia is found to
Death was probably instantaneous.
I llqui r. i vi Iti ■) < y . brandy , wine, rum ) later to discus-, tlie proliildtion ques
with iiis family had been re idiug Coos county.
be untrue, for Myrtle I’olut has lev
A teamster working at Hie camp, on tlie Tennyson place at Two Mile
Coos county has a c a t road be- nor more than I quails of mall li
th n, there being too short a time at ied 2i> mills (same as Bandon) ami
was the last man to see Mr. Barrow • died Tuesday, after a protracted ill t etn Cots Bay and B.indoi which quor:'. ilo'. '', ale. porter, etc ), witli
the meeting for a thorough coiih UI- North Betid has levied 16 mills.
alive, and later was tlie first to find ness.
The funeral was conducted is open to Hattie during tlie summer in a peri d cf f nr weeks.
ciatlcti of the problem. ITiatiimous-
Supei inti ndi nl L. W. Turnbull of
lie had talked to him from the local undertaking parlors tn iiiths. The grade is un easy one
ly tlie members voted in favor ill lie local s< bools stated today that
about 15 minutes before, both having this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Burial and can lie made a good road at a
"It s very simple," said Prosecut writing tlie Oregon senators and rep Hie daily attendance at Illis time Is
remarked about tlie daiigerons look took place at tlie K. of I', cemeter; comparatively small c<
North of ing Attorney
Evans of Multnomah re.'ientatives In Congress to vote in i|ipt.ixiu lately the same as a yeai
Cm s Bay a well graded road leads
ing snag overhead, but both c< tisiii
Deceased came here 8 or 9 years
' county a few days ago as he procedi iover <1 tlie Stevens bill which stand a-,a in spile of Hie fact that the popu-
front tlie Haym s Inlet h. at landing
ering it safe.
ago from Hornbrook, Cal.
' ed to explain tlie law ti) an Oregon for standard prices, and which is be lull n of school age lias been reduc
The coroner was immediately no survived by a widow and a number of to Templeton, and fiom there to i Inn r< presentative.
"In the first iic: f' ui'.lil l.y tie' big businesses that ed so materially. This would Indi-
tified. He deputized S. <'. John-on grown children.
place, said Mr. Evans, “It isn't a |iro- have tori in various cities and cut
ate that local citizens generally are
miles, a new road would liuve to Im
to conduct the inquest :ind brin ; the
lii.t iti n law.
It Isn't a dry law nt pri< <
Prices of drug, liuve fluctu
akin; m re interest in Hie schoola
built to carry out tlie
body to Band n. Tlie ftmeral -
i • v> la-.v merely i rnliBdt- ated up and down on account of the inti Hint more parents are sending
Almost Hit by 'ITee
i'r m Lakeside iiuftli to the county
conducted by Rev. W. S. Smith at
The heavy tain of yesterday after
tlie iiii'nufietiirc and sal.- of Ititoxl war
The member.. • ( a standard their children to scliuol Ilian ever be
Hie undertaking parloi.
this fore noon caused a small landslide alone
It doesn't prohibit price for sit.li iittlel.
to: glycerine, fore.
Engineer t’anllne I. :i;.' iti', each
noon and burial wa- made in tlie the Kerry read near the power plant
tlie I' ■ <f it. It wipes ent the sa quinine and latbollc add.
commi..: iotter who attends Hie eon
and almost resulted : eriously to Win
Io., i, il, I rewi ry and Hie distillery." which have gone up several Him . ov
John Barrows was about 4 '■ years Netlierly, a wood hauler for W. L J volition to make such suggestions n
I-Trst, explained Mr. Evans,
we er their former pricei.
of age. lie came to Coon courtly front Christie. Netherly liad just passed lie may deem necessary to expedite
The action of the druggists was
Tlie State Engineer real
Astoria, Oregon, some thirty years the spot with his team wlmn a large tlie ¡ Ian
rather to lower prie s than to ad- . oiiuoir i .tier
i cs tli' importance <f c o 4 met in-
ago and for many years resided will:
gates Hear < reek Conditions —
tree fell acri ss the road. Sand to
Myrtle Point was se
ufactnre of. Tlie law defines:
In vance theni.
:> rend along the coast, wliich is tlie
Ilia parents at Coquille,
Says Ith airy I lie t n UM'.
a dei,I It of four feet was washed in
spirituous lecled for the next meeting of the
uly o'aHable route for lmth winter toxicating liquor All
years ago he came to Bandon when
to the read.
association In February, The mem
and s'linmer traffic.
he had since acquired a cozy homo
County i oiiimi loner G. .1 Arm-
and all mixtures ot preparations like berg present were: William II Furti
on Filmore avenue. He is survived 1)11111 »MMI XI l lox < t)XTI i i Highw ay, r'iniiii': through the in'er
itrenc made n trip to the upper Bear
ley, Myrtle Point. R. S. Knowlton
¡or, is pa aldo only part of the year,
by a widow and five small children,
country ihe first of the <vecl:
contain more than one half of onw and C. O. Fuhrmun, Coquille; W.
four gil ls ami one boy. Tlie old. st Eastern <’e.ncern Would Have ilati- i lie li iv x now - ami sleet putting tin
S. Wells and C. Y.
V. Lowe. Bandon. to view ome planking done there
re;'.'! in an 1,,<| a - '-able condition
under ............ .
is 15 years and tile yuuu • st fi>.
<)<>■ Man I til < • struct ter lie a.
M. L. EveiHt, L. <■. I'luH and l-'nlou.
much of tlie time during th winter all other mixtures which are intend
months. He also leave his mother.
Supetvl or Daniels
A resident of
A letter receivi I (Ins week ft m
, hi v.
Id lie < ntin ly < I iate I <>i ed to prodine intoxicating liquor.
Mrs Julia Barrows and a sister. .,lr-
Brown, Harry Winkler, Frank Birch that district had complained to the
an i.i tern ammunition factory by .'.
Blind I'igs Not Imoi-ed
(lie c last rsiad.
lletiry Johnson, who r< sides near
county court that the work was not
Frank Parsons of Marslitield.
Garfield, local Studebaker agent, is
"Blind pigs" after January I, are
Riverton and a brother, Kiel.aid Bar
iti «factory, giving that body to ttnd-
indicative of the great demand f< i
not likely by the very nature of the
Mt < Il SNOW IX Mill X I 11X8
rows of Santa Rosa. California.
■i land that things were in a deplor
shells that is now taxing the capacity
In tlie first place u way Is pro
Tlie deceased was a quiet inms-:im-
able condition. <>n Ills return Mr.
f ev'-ry available plant. Tlie < >n
Six initie Re;:< Heil at Powers the vided for procuring liquor legitimate
ing man who never hud milch to
I anillilale for I’roset ul Ing Attorney Armstrong stated that lie hud found
pany apparently was under tlie Im
Past Week—tin t'utiy Hills.
To get it Illegitimately would
no cause for such complaint and that
say but always attended strictly tn
Also all Entertainer.
pre.-i n that Mr. Garfield condticied
expensive and dangerous pro
liis own business. He was a hard
in liis opinion conditions were gross
a machine shop here, and offend him
A'i itors at Powers Hie past v . ok cess.
The bootlegger will have n
ly misrepresented to the court, lie
working man. having spent all Ids
a contract for turning out 100.000 report a snow fall of ah‘ nt six Indies haul time getting tile liquor to sell candidate for Republican nomination
life in tlie woods. Aside from his
believes that rivalry existing between
2-imli shells. 'I lie letter contained at and near that pla'-e, which seem and an even harder time getting any-
work, home life took up all his time
spent several days in Bumion tin the upper and lower Bear creek sec
complete specifications as to tlie ma ed quite a novelty to tli tj .
>ody to liny. Drug stores may not
for he was a great home lover and
ist w<s k meeting old friends nnd tions is the cause of all the conten-
chincry required, tlie price to ht
Other from down the const s.i. carry liquor that is, regular lionest-
thought Hie world of his wife and
uaking new acquaintances. Friday Hott. I ii his opinion much better re
that considi cable snow lias fallen in to-goodtie .. "booze”. But they muy
five little children,
< nln ; he was guest of honor Ht an 'Hilts am! all faction could be ob
the mountain« and that g.ime is seel. have ethyl alcohol, wiilcli some drug
death has prostrated the widow: It SAX J RAX<TS<<I LOOKS
.funial lag party lit the studio of lalmd in that district If all factions
Ing the lower levels. The snow can i l -ts say Is a rather Inclusive term
is one of the saddest local tragedies
'r f. A. Richards. A splendid pro would get together and work har
I oil SLIHG'I DEPRESSION be seen from Bandon on the hills to
For tlie purpose of law enforce
■ram furnished the entertainment, moniously.
niciit, Evans asked
a well-known Jr. Miller inking a prominent pari as
Effect of Expo-ith.n Already Notice
At this |dai e, though, : now is a lirni i I pharmacists for an accurate
.a el, cutlonist ami inoiiologlst, at xo <;< h i itxMi:x i i i xdn
able und Outsid • Points
verttab! ■ curiosity.
In fact it Im -I. finitivii of ethyl alcohol.
I Oli II II.IIOll XEX I X I tit
l,ieh lie proved him: 4f to be extra
I..id.ing I p.
1 been many years since t tore that
itareh converted into ul< ohol through ordinarily pr> Relent,
Disposition of 96,000 acres of tim
San Francisco tool s for some few flakeu have Callen during an en fermentation. But apples, <• on. po- hus b.'en a resident of i ' ooh < it nt y tp| r.q i iati h Budget Will < uni Put
ber land, largely in Coos county, was what of a depression, in the commer tire winter ; nd with the exception of
.' < . and numerous ollu i uch '‘>11 for the past five yeara. lie has been
¡•'J.ltoo for Imeni I’ot t —Col
[daced in the hands «4 c. ngre ■ in cial line after the holidays accord i few frosts, the only greut differ- : I les contain great
of n close touch with all public mat
luiublii III <■( l li Al».
a decree filed Tuesday In the fed ing t i Dr. H. I,. Houston, who. ac : once between winter and summer is larch and "a pie Jack" nnd corn < is in tin <• only, especially at the
eral court in the g.jv: rn icnt's case companied
whiskey might roughly be defined •ouuty seat, ami lias a host <>l friend:,
Wa hliigli.n, I*. <’., Lee. 8
against the Southern Oregon com and their duaghter, arrived on tin during the winter months. Flowers as ctliyl alcohol. The law, though, x ho are already pulling forth consld
oates for Or< gon rivers and liarleir.i
pany. It amounts to f >rfelture < f all Brooklyn from a month’s stay In and bloom th< yiar ’round. And mativ puts other obstacles in Hie way of ■rabbi effort In his behalf
lie lor is provided In Hie estimates of the
of Hie: ". such as calla Itlli ' and ol’i H ii , would-be law violator, even
the company's ilnim except $2 '■ per about the t'alifornia metropolis.
made litany friends during lili, sh irt army and navy engineers to he acl
1 < t less hardy plants r> " Bring roti-
The decree billows th - su
iiould it be stretched so Hint a drug slay in Bandon
ed < n by t'ongresH tills session, are
The stimulating effect of the Ex
preme court's decision against the position during the year has built s'derah.e skill t ! rttislii? to rtaki i hit could carry corn whiskey mid
Southern Pacific in Oreg, n and Cali up and expanded many linos of busi bloom in other clime-', ■;<■< iu l<> pre apple iack on his shelves.
Affidavits taken by common car
t'olunibflla river, north Jetty. 12,-
fornia land grant case.
The com ness, which will-necessarily have to fer the winter to the summer '-i-mi
Coos Bay. 87tt,000; Tilla
provisions mt< and |>rv.seriptloris mid afflila
pany's attorneys are preparing an ap retract again when the outside money tor their growing period.
."ain ’t olitnining liquor through the vita in drugstores are to be kept on m ">li Fay,
peal to the .supreme court.
It i- stops pouring in. There will be a
Each one must bo numbered. liver, $3,ono. I'oqullb' rivar, 85,<)Oi);
, prescription of an irresponsible phy- file.
B tit tssot I A1ÌON TO
understood the appeal will contend general reaction from the boom, and
He limy f ive a pr< scriptlol, At any time they must I ■ acecs-ilde Y. I'lina. $3,000. I.ower Columbia,
'll I I IX BANDOX dcian.
the general rule that ' innocent pttr- the t-iminrrtlal Institutions will bt.
it<i. tipper < olumbla to the
only for ethyl nlcohol, for Ihe drug to any court or any officer of tli-
chawers should be protected,** should the first to -suffer
The county clerk must pre Snake river, I28.0OO; Hnake river.
'1st well , e .thing else
And. even law
The wholcsal ( > his < iiuuly's la-gal Ligiil.s Will I ia
urvs the affidavits and prescription« 125,mm
ers generally did i not have a very
«ith * prescription. the purchaaet
t tiilz.a* Herr on Decemli r
course is due
good year, which of
Violation* of the law for first of Hint ixactieally all government funds
druggist, stating the purpose for
AVm. Mast is busy this week in- to the depression along the entire
If fense. Is p< utilized by a fine of not npp-oprlated for rivers and harbors
The legal lights of C »os county, which the alcole I is to be used
stalling a cast-iron lamp post ill coast. There are many idle men in
tic.n ethyl alcohol Is prescrih ‘.mie than »500, or itiiinisolimi nt In works in On- mn this year will go to
front of the new bakery building the city at this time, ami before the belter known a» the < "os County Bai ■
.!ie county Jail not more than six the Columbia river mid tributaries.
i n First street east.
The post is winter is over the charity workers association, will hold a social an.l ed, it must be furnished from the
For lite secoiid vlolatJot, The $7o.ooo contemplated for <'oos
it. supply of the patient or phy- months.
one of the designs mamiiactured by will probably have plenty to do. In business meeting in Bandon. Wi.dnew-
-i- fine may not In- less than $100 Bay Is for maintenance of the liar
the local foundry. It is pleasing in
at a meeting In Coqiliilc. Monday, alcohol may he : sold by druggists to n r tu.ire than $500. ami imprison dredge Michie. The $5,000 for the
apjiearance and will add to the b»au- conditions are better all around.
There is a general feeling among when Attorneys Topping. Trcn-le id 'ndivid'.mls or families in no larger rneiit lliuai not Im less than 30 days local river Is tor maiut-nunce.
ty of the street in that ■ 'ctlon
wholesalers that conditions in the and Wade prevailed upon the organi amounts than two quarts in font ni r more thau one year. For a third
Paul Stephan is heating up Ilin
« sections tributary to San Francisco zation to accept Bandon's hospitality weeks. It can bo furnished only for i.th nse, two years in the county
bakenven In his new bakery building
All the material for
TAKE THE CARDS TH AT ♦ the lumber sections will have revived ranged, but it will occupy both after cal and scientific purposes. If medi - nt may not be suspended by any
finishing the structure !s not yet at
< ARE DEALT YOV AND ♦
•' i von see." said District Attor- hand but as soon as It comes the
muai lie filed with the affidavit. For
♦ PLAY THE GAME
Evans, "it Isn't a complicated building will be rushed to comple
law after all."
state the exact intent.
a Baudot! visitor today.
« ing up special surgical work.
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