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About Western world. (Bandon, Coos County, Or.) 1912-1983 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1916)
The Official Newspaper of the City of Bandon
With lhe Largest Sworn Circulation irt the City
WHERE PRODUCTIVE SOIL AND TIDE WATER MEET
LUMBERING, MINING, DAIRYING, STOCK RAISING
BANDON, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY *,
CITY RECEIVES BOND
MONEY FROM BUYERS
CHANGES IN WATER DEPART
DECIDED I PON.
Hl NDREDS ATTEND THE
Orpheum Was Packed to the Door-
Saturday Night to Hear Pro
gram in Honor of Heroes.
"W’ho’d be a Lincoln must be great
Calm, strong and patient, with a
Recorder Kausruds Books Found to With wide flown vision to embrace
He in Good Condition—Obstruc
tions Must Be Removed From the
Not rest too long upon a petty part.
Streets—to Recall Outstanding
"A nation's leader, with a people rent
War rants Soon.
in factions bitter and by hat
Bond Money has Arrived
Can be like him, our martyred Pre6i
Recorder E. B. Kausrud has receiv
ed certified checks for approximate
Only if deeds shall march behind
ly $83,000, covering the $80,000 of
s bonds. He is now busy checking "He waited, Lincoln, till the time was
over hiB books preparatory to calling
When it was well that he should
in outstanding warrants.
strike his blow;
"Meeting will come to order,” said He faced contumely and he endured
Mayor Topping, " and the Recorder
went too fast nor went
will call the roll.”
"Present” answered Mast, Rasmus
LOCAL FARMER DISCOVERS
NEW FEED F( R CATTLE
A new feed for cattle that the ani
mals take in preference to alfalfa
or clover and which is said to be
more nourishing than either of these
standard crops, has been discovered
by Mr. Trott, a farmer living south
of Bandon. The new food is nothing
more than the Irish Thistle, or Yellow
Furze, that covers hundreds of ac- !
res of sand hill land along the coast '
south of this city.
it < > in a sausage machine. The re
sult was a success and not only are
his cows growing fat from the new
food, but they are inclined to turn
' p their noses at more aristocratic
fodder. Elated by his success witli
the sausage grinder, Mr. Trott has
ordered a machine of special con
»traction for grinding the weeds, ile
says the pulp s very sweet to the
s. G. Whitaett and M. D. Sherrard
W ill Sell Buick, Cadillac, Dodge,
ami the New Chevrolet.
8. Q. Whitsett and M. D. Sherrard,
prominent local automobile dealers,
have decided to combine their efforts
the coming wason and work as part
ners. both handling the Buick. Dodge. Bay City H«. the Advantage of tine
Cadillac and Chevrolet. They return
Ga..... Oler M hui I s But by U inning
ed from Marshfield Tuesday where
Doth Contests W ith Rivals Bandon
they inspected the new Chevrolet and
Will Lead—Comparative Scores In
took the agency for lower Coos and
dicate But l.ittle.
Curry counties. They are highly en
thused over the new car, which they
The plant is native of Ireland aud state at a demonstration climbed a
Standing <>f III«' T miiim
After considerable experiments- has been used as a stock food in thaï 22 per cent grade at Marshfield on Marshfield
4 0 1000
tion with the supposedly worthless I country for some years. It is said high.
They expect to have their Bandon
weed, Mr. Trott lias developed a pro to have been brought here first by first demonstrator car in
cess whereby the thistle can be uti- | 1 l.ord Bennett some sixty years ago Saturday of tills week, providing the Myrtle Point
lized as stock feed. When he first I and now grows in wild profusion on Kilburn brings it on this trip, it will North Bend
found the growth to be nourishing the sand wastes along the beach. Its sell at $625 F. O. B. Bandon.
Mr. Trott sought a method that would use as a food for cattle will not only
Speaking of the new car the North
Interest of basket ball fandom
turn the thistles into a food that add another valuable product to this Bend Harbor-says: “The Chevrolet
be attractive to the stock. section, but hundredH of acres of car (pronounced Shev-ro-lay) is the throughout the county is now ceil-
Seeing no other way to destroy the worthless land will be made produc latest sensation on the Bay in the tered on the two game between Bar-
don and Marshfield, tlie first of which
thorns of the plant he tried grinding tive.
automobile line, and from tlie com
is to lie played at Dreamland Satur
ments made by over 500 people who
sen, Chatburn, Pape, Johnson, Dip- ’Wlio’d be a Lincoln must both speak
day night, and tlie second at tlie Bay
this little wonder
pel, for they were all there—and
city next week.
If the champion
since it was unloaded from tlie steam
then interest lapsed for spring was
ship I h to tie wrested from Loach
His hand must do what tongue has
er Kilburn Tuesday, the car Is just
In the air and the council room was
Niles' proteges, Bandon must
Season U ill Ih- tine of Prosperity for
Myrtle Point upset Uie "dope buck tlie kind of a car which is peculiarly
both of the contestH as well as Iht.
A Lincoln with his soul must make
City and Lower Coquille Valley
et" and spilled its contents pretty and specially adapted for Coos and
Changes in Water Department
two remaining games with North
He Kays in Inter i lew.
liberally when they held Coach Quig Curry county roads."
The water committee reported they
Bend and Coquille. The two lat
To gain from force what kindness
I h Light, Strong and Speedy
ley's would-be champions to a 23-
were busy working out the proposed
ter should be easy money for the lo
has not won."
The following from tho Marshfield 21 score in the basket ball game at
The car weighs 1700 pounds.
rate schedule changes, but were not
Record, shows that Baud', n's mayor Dreamland Friday evening.
modernly equipped, having all th
as yet prepared to report. Chairman
Marshfield Is the one liest In tho
The sentiment expressed in the
Generally speaking, it was con luxuries of the day, including elec
C. F. Pape, also introduced a resolu
race for first lionorH.
foregoing was emphasized on the an to speaking a good word lor the home ceded that Bandon would win by a trie starter and lights, battery self
tion from the committee, which was
played and defeated every team in
niversary of Lincoln's birth, last Sat town:
good margin, but the team that lin charging, 3 speeds
tlie county except Bandon, anti are
passed, that changes the procedure
Mayor Topping says the indications ed up against them was a far differ with a transmission not usually found
urday evening, 'when the Orpheum
in the department slightly. Under
the only team to beat the Coquille
theatre in this city w'as packed to the for a good year in Bandon are very ent aggregation than the one they in this class of car, cantilever spring'
aggregation on the county seat floor.
the resolution the responsibility for
doors with listeners to the patriotic promising and among the reasons downed at Myrtle Point in the first crown fenders on very beautiful lines,
Two weeks ago however, Myrtle Point
the physical workings of the system
program arranged for the occasion. mentioned tlie resumption of busi game of the season. The visitors had valve head motor guaranteed to opt
played the leaders to an 8 to 7 acora
is placed directly with the water Bail
That great interest is taken locally ness by the George W. Mooru Lumber team work to burn and early in tho rate car on 1 gallon of gasoline t< on their home floor, Hhowlng tli i a
iff and the City engineer, under the
in the observance of patriotic events company in the mill and at the Lam game took lhe lead and kept within 25 miles, streamline body, wheel base
I h a weak spot somewhere in Niles’
direct supervision of the mayor, in
was evident from the fact that more pa creek logging camps. He estimaty striking distance throughout botli of 102 inches, mohair top, left hand
bunch of shooters. The big quo
stead of dividing tlie responsibility
than a hundred were unable to gain
ttn right now tn. can Handou find
with the water committee as hereto
admittance to the theatre, so many employment for nearly 200 people tie Point, played a brilliant game and floating axle, and In every way la a that spot? Here Is one view of the
fore. The watei committee will re
having turned out to hear the The Robert Dollar company is con did most of tlie scoring for his team,
main in force and will have charge
pnd getting five baskets from the field. stylish car.
virtues ut Washington, Lincoln and sidering starting tire Lyon«
Marshfield defeated Coquille by a
of the financial workings of the de
the Union Defenders, as extolled by Johnson mill, he said, but nothing Except at the end of the first half,
margin, while Bandon lest it
partment as hertofore.
definite had been given out to this when they took the lead by fight,
a closely contested game witli ills
Must Clean Up Junk Piles
Bandon played a poor game as com-
The program was as follows:
latter. The Bay tenia won big from
The attention of the council was
On tlie lower Coquille, Mayor Top pared with what they liave been do
Myrtle Point In tlie first game of ti e
called to the numerous unsightly piles
ping said, tlie big flood did not make Ing this season. la tlie second per W lili One Game Eat It to Their Credit Heason, but the locals got away with
of lumber, etc., lying in the streets man.
Invocation—Rev. C. Mayne Knight the showing it did farther up the iod the game lagged and Bandon
their Myrtle Point sesHlon by only a
throughout the business district, and
W ill Settle Tie.
Solo—"Star Spangled Banner": river and tlie only difference was that barely kept its two point lead. Arm
five point margin.
Niles’ boy .»
a resolution was passed, ordering the
Mrs J. T. Lillard; accompanist, tlie river banks are full during floods strong. playing in Johnson's position
to 6 and
Tuesday evening the High school
city attorney to notify the various of
Audience while in ordinary times tlie water is at guard, was consistent in breaking and All-Stars are going to settle the Bandon had a close rub with tire
fenders to move the materials, and if Mrs. Geo. Geisendorfer.
up plays, but hiB passe» were slow
not so high.
(standing) joining in the chorus.
basket ball supremacy of the city, at "Benders” when they came here, Had
such was not done within a reason
all of these games been played < n
able time, to enforce the ordinancs
The largest crowd that han attend Dreamland. This is to be tlie last the same floor and under the wt'M
The harbor is now in fine shape.
governing obstructions on the streets. ton”—A. Haberly.
Reading from "Washington’s Fare Mayor Topping said, and there is 1 8 ed a game this year witnessed the the two quintettes, the first contest officials, the scores might I e relied
Al. Hite appeared before the coun
feet of water at high tide, being suf contest.
upon to give some indication of tlie
cil relative to the Hite Lake drain
Bandon Ivan and Leslie Pullen, of which was won t»y tlie High school respective strength of tlie Band n
fer all the boats which are
after two extra periods
age proposition, and matter was dis
Ten minute "Address on Lincoln" plying there, At times the water is forwards; Myers, center; Webb and played to decide a tie, and the sec and Marshfield aggregations. How
cussed at length. The committee on
h due to tlie Armstrong, guards.
—Rev. C. Mayne Knight.
ever the games were played tinder
the proposition — Pape, Mast, Engi
Myrtle Point - Spires and Adams, ond game went to the Independent circumstances that varied widely and
"Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address”— floods of winter which have scoured
neer Sawyer, Atty. Treadgold—was
the bar and to the completion of the forwards; Haprison, center; John
margin of two imlnts. In the com the comparative score* menu little or
continued, with the understanding Orland Morgan.
son and Scriefer, guards.
Song, “Washington and Lincoln”— north jetty wliicli shut off the watei
Ing game both teams will present a nothing. Here I h a more accurate
it would hold a meeting with the
Adams; umpire. Boak.
from coming in across the sandspit
line-up than in either of the "doping" of the Hituatlon
parties interested and endeavor to
Regarding the losses of cattle in
Each team has four experienced
Recitation, "The Night After Shi
the country in the Bandon neighbor j
map out a plan, if possible, that
"Hlackle” Mallory, an old resident
men In its lineup and each squad is
loh”— Edith Sumner.
would meet the approval of all. A
! of Bandon, who has been mining on
Instrumental music- lone Thomp hood. Mayor Topping said many of
filled out with a new man of excep-
new sewer district may be arranged.
the ranchers who had believed their Rock creek the past winter, came to
tlonal ability. Both have a new man
Recorder's Books ip Fine Shape
the city the latter part of the past IxMal People Now Entering tlie Min
Ten minute address, “Our Union losses had been heavy have found cat
wearing the colors at center and their
Chairman F. J. Chatburn of the fi
ing Field in Earnest.
work should be about a stand off,
Defenders”—Mayor Geo. P. Top tle alive and in fair condition recently week for a Hhort stay. "Blackie"
nance committee, reported that the
that had hidden away in the ranges says the snow has stopped mining
while as to forwards, Bandon will
committee had spent the greater part
Saturday afternoon the family of
where they could find shelter. He operations the past month, but thnt
have the lighter pair unless Arm
of Tuesday evening going over the
the gold Is there and that he expects Charles Thompson of Soutli Bandon, strong is used In Leslie Pullen h
Tenor solo, "Soul of America", mentioned the Treadgold losses in
recorder's books, footing up column
derided they wanted chicken for dirt
(Words composed by Mr. Nettleton, particular. That firm thought they to get his «liare of it thin summer.
place The guards are about as well
ier and made the necessary inroad
after column of figures, checking re
and set to music by Prof. Richards. 1
matched as they could be. It I b pn li
The Patay, which crossed the bar upon the family hen roost.
ceipts, etc., and that they had found
able that the name officials will act
H. O. Nettleton, Prof. A. Richards, went off they found 17 head that had
at low water Saturday afternoon took
And now they are mining
the books in excellent shape.
been somewhere about the range.
for both games, changing capacities
soundings and the lowest depth re gold in the chicken yard.
with the change of floors. Tlie Ban
Flag Drill and National Salute to
corded was 17 feet. The recent fresh
After "biddy" had been shorn of
K. OF I*. MIDGE
on his work, and stated that the fi
don and Marshfield floors are more
the Flag — By sixteen Campfire Girls,
ets and the fact that
her outer raiment someone "rip
nance committee desired to report
nearly alike than any other two in
under the leadership of Mrs. Guy Dip-
has been closed is responsible for ped her up tlie back" and out rolled
books were in excellent
I- ifty-Second Ynniveroary of tlie Ord the clearing of the channel at the three gold nuggets, the largest about the county and both teams are coat li
Song. "Columbia, the Gem of the
ed to make the most of their home
er to Be the Occasion of Big
mouth of the river.
the size of the head of a hat pin.
The attention of the council has
Search of the yard where the chick floor.
been directed to the fact people had
Reading, "Why Should the Spirit
Thia week has Been Coach Quig
Ixigging Road Being Repaired
en had been scratching brought two
been cutting ties and stove wood on
of Mortal Be Proud”—Mrs. C. F.
Next Saturday evening, February
Geo. W Moore has gone to San more nuggets to sight. The bright ley’s boys at work both afterno n
the city property near the smaller
19th, will be talked of as one of the Francisco to confer with lumber men polish on the metal is responsible for and evening and the general says
Engineer Sawyer will
Ten minute address on “United •'greatest times" in the history of the regarding the disposition of the local
they will show fifty per cent more
roughly establish the lines and order States Citizenship" C. B. Zeek
speed than against Myrtle Point lent
local lodge, Knights of Pythias, if product. The Conlogne logging road
Considerable Interest has devel< li
the parties to keep off city property
plans under way are any indication on Lamps creek, over which the logs ed In the find and the gold fever Is week. He has not made any definite
Wilson a Bond Holder
announcements concerning bls linen,
of the social gathering scheduled for for the mill must be hauled, wan spreading rapidly.
George E. Wilson presented a bid
but it would not be surprising it
Grangers Favor Prcpareilnes«
that date in celebration of the 52nd badly damaged by the recent high
for improvement bonds, which was
A joint meeting of the Bandon anniversary
water and a force of men fa now
Rev. L. B. Overhalser, who for the Armstrong should start tlie game In
accepted by the council and the bonds
putting it back in shape. It in est I past two and a half years has been place of one of the Pullen boys an
grange and lhe Coos County Pomona order.
ordered issued. It appears Mr. Wil
It is understood W. C. Chase of Co mated that logging operations proper in charge of the local Church of the forward, with Johnson working at
grange held at the I. O. O. 1 lu.ll in
son has been holder of certain Grand
an active and enthusiastic K will begin In about ten days and that Brethren, exiiectn to leave with his his old place as guard. Myers Is n >
this city Saturday, February 5th. was
avenue improvement warrants and
well attended by members iron, all of P , and Editor Edgar McDaniels quite a supply will be floated down family about March 1st for Ashland, longer with lhe team, having left f< r
has decided bonds are a better In
parts of the county. The Pomona of North Bend. Grand inner Guard to tlie mill before the latter starts to take charge of the congregation at California this week, and Gallier will
vestment. He bid par and accrued
grange elected new officers who were have been secured as orators of the for businees. Owing to a lack of that place. The local organization have to play the center poattion.
installed by C B. Zeek
Dinner was evening, An interesting program Is rails the logging will not be fast en will be under the jurisdiction of the While Gallier lias shown flash«» < f
then served in the dining room of the to be given , and several local K. of ough to keep the mill sii|>plied In the Myrtle Point church until other ar class tn tire parts of game* lie has
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siatent as Meyers', who baa develop
♦ held its buainesa meeting Lecturer will be enjoyed and refreshments aimed to have plenty on hand before Barklow of Myrtle Point will be here ed from an inexperienced sub to one
♦ of Portland government office, ♦ lecture hour the question of national
Moore has another big supply of logs Overhalser has made many friends of the boat men In the county In les»
view and if proper arrangements here during his short residence who than three months.
preparedness would be taken up and
♦ nlng to confer with Engineer ♦ everyone was expected to give their engaged In the work of completing a can be made the mill will be supplied are sorry to see him leave.
Can you pick the winner of Satur
♦ Roy Rotelie in regard to the ♦ views. Some very good arguments portion of the second story of th» from two camps.
day’s game from this data? Make a
♦ opening of the work on lhe in ♦ were put forth, every speaker favor Eastside school house. The plaster
Mrs. Earl Schroeder of Coquille try, your ' dope" «*•»'<
♦ side jetty. It is understood the ♦ ing the administration's plan to de ers. Kaiser A Miller, will finish their
Ben Fogelsinger left for Beaver was a guest of Mrs. Stephen and Mrs. than ten points.
♦ work will commence soon after ♦ fend American rights ami institu part of the Job this week. J. T. Lil Hill, where he expects to go to work Ed. Galilcr tho latter part of last
Let THIS paper be YOUR paper.
♦ his arrival.
In the logging camp at that place
lard is installing the electric wires
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