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BANDON, OREGON: THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1905
For seed Wheat, Barley, Oats, and
Gross eeed, call at Sanderson Bros.
Mrs. NelB Raemussen returned
home Saturday evening from a visit
to friends near Portland.
F, M. Wandliujf, who has been se
rioQsly ill from relapse of la grippe,
is on the road to recovery again.
J. C. Shields and wife returned
home Saturday evening from a week's
visit to their daughter in Coquille.
Mrs. C. T. Fariss. of North Bend,
visited friends in Bandon a couple of
days last week, returning home Fri
day. A number of the boys are doing
service on the base ball grounds, this
week, getting the grounds in order to
V. A.. Goodman, of Coquille, Ore
gon, will go anywhere in Coos County
to move your house or barn. Address
as stated abo e.
J, N. Roy, of Coquille, has bpen
camped on the beach opposite town
this week, havincr come down on a
It. C. Gibson sndyF. C. Stephenson
have been at work this week pnttmg
anew roof on the El Dorado build
ing for the Rasmussen Bros.
Keeper R. Johnson and his crew of
life savers were doing road work,
Tuesday, by putting a drain alongside
the street in front of the boat-house.
While a bilious attack is decidedly
nn pleasant it is quickly over when
Cbamberlain.s Stomach and Liver
Tableis are used. For sale by C Y
13. S. Commissioner C. T. Blunien
rotber, who has been East on business
for the past two and a half months,
will return home again in abont two
Bandon'a aggregation of baseball
players will be here tomorrow. They
will come by the way of Coos Buy and
are expected to arrive there today on
the steamer Breakwater.
V. 1). ilarshall started for Portland-last
Saturday morning to attend
the Grand Lodge of Foresters of
-JiJfterica, bain? the delecsta from
Court Queen, of this place.
Cos wants to see yon. Cox, the
Grocer. He will sell you anything
in the lineof provisions and groceries,
and gnarantee the quality. For can
dips and fruit give him a trial.
The Town election takee place next
Monday and a full vole should be
polled. Your interests are in the
town and you should look after them.
Bandon needs a council that will see
that the laws are respected.
There will be a dance at Parkers
burg, Saturday night. May 20tb. TLe
steamer Antelope will leave Bandon
at 7:30 o'clock in the evening carrying
those attending the ball, free. The
boat will return after the ball.
The Bnndon Woolen Mills are now
completed, or will be by the last of
this week, and arrangements have
been completed so that work will soon
commence, and it is expected that the
mill will be in operation before this
The memorial service will be held
in the Presbyterian Church, Sunday,
May 28th, at 11 o'clock, A.M. A gen
eral invitation to be present is extend
ed to the public. The several churches
are requested to att. nd the ser
vices. Rev. Haberly will deliver the
Frank Beyerle returned home Fri
day evening, having taken a run
through northern Oregon and visited
several of the prominent cities in
Western Washington. I? rank was
bunting employment, but came to the
conclusion that he could do better in
Coos County than he cnold in Washington.
W. Hobbs, of Eugene, registered in
Bandon last Monday.
Miss Nettie Gibson, of Langlois,
was in Bandon last Monday.
Thomas Robison visited friends at
Fishtrap, returning yfaterday.
T. T. Smith was in town a day or
two the latter part of last week.
James Whobrey, of Myrtle Point,
was a Bandon visitor this week.
The steamers Elizabeth and Chico
are duo here again next Monday.
Representative Robert Burns, of
Coquille, was in Bandon Mondaj'.
W. L Davidson, of Sixes River,
spent the week in town with bis wife.
T. P. Hanly was down last Friday
from the Lampa Creek district, on
Mrs. Al Hite intends leaving Ban
don, next week, for her borne in Co
R. C. Herber and James Eldridge,
of Portland, were guests at the Tup-
per House, Monday.
Cash Goodman has boon steam-
boating this week while the Prosper
mill has been closed down.
James Cox, the boy whose leg was
broken last week, is getting along
well, although the break was a very
Dr. Steele, the dentil, will close
his work here next Monday and will
then go to Coquille City where he has
There will be no church Saturday
evening. This will give all the citi
zens of Bandon a chanco to enjoy the
Lee Cox is in to.vn, this week, being
laid up for repairs. He has heen at
work in a logging camp near Prosper,
bnt has had to lay off for a few days.
Miss L. Mae Walker, who has been
home for a few weeks visiting her
parents and other relatives, intends
starting on her return to Portland
Frank J. Fahy ha become a resi
dent of Bandou. Mr. Fuby has been
getting things in readiness this week
to open up the Bandon Bauk of which
he will be the cashier.
The outgoing pnssongers on the
steamer Elizabeth. Monday evening.
were Jesse Leueve and his daughter
Sylvia. Miss Sylvia is going to San
Francisco for treatment for spinal
Charles Palmer arrived here Toes-
day evening, from Sao Diego, Cali
fornia, on a visit to bis sister, Mrs. W
C. Sanderson and family. He will
remain a couple of weeks before re
J. Curtis Snook, resident dentist of
Bandon, is still here having had tuo
much work to get away this week
He' will be in his office, at Breuer's
gallery, this week and part of next.
If you are in need of his services you
should call before he goes away.
Mr. M L. R. Edmunds, principal
of the Bandon School, took with him
o Marsh field last week when he took
over the school exhibit, as pBrt of the
collection, about a thousand small en
velopes, each containing a small col
lection of agates from the Btindon
Beach as souvenirs to tho Lewis and
Rev. J. E. Snyder and Mr. Jeffrey
were each treated to a surf bath, Mon
BANDON SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT,
Saturday Evening, May 20, Opera Hall.
Instrumental Solo, ..Sparkling Waves, ..Helen Logan
Song,. .Graduation Ode
Salutatory, ..Ethel Boyd
Recitation,.. Storming of Stony Point, ..Dollie Gibson
Recitation, ..Princess Alice's Way,..Lura Morgan
Motion Song, ..Swing, Cradle, Swing, ..Primary Girls
Dialogue,.. Ways of Saying Yes..8 Intermediate Pupils
Delsarte Exercise,.. The Sea, ..Grammar Grade Girls
Recitation, .-Papa's Letter, ..Ella Feltern ''
Instrumental Duet,. .Festival March, ..Chrissie Denholm
and Ethel Dyer
Recitation,. .The Banner that Betsy Made,..Addie Hunt
Drill, ..John Brown's Little Indians,. .10 Boys
Recitation, ..Our Folks, ..Erma Hunt
Recitation with Delsarte Exercise, ..Annabella Lee,..
Miss Frances Corson and lJ. young girls.
Character Sketch,. .Grandpa's Soliloquy,. .Raleigh Tucker
Recitation.. .Joe's Flowers,.. Tommy Fieger
Song, ..Beautiful Days,..Sclvool
Recitation,.. Little Boy Blue,.. Vera Nelson
Class History,. .High School,. .Alice Porter
Song,.. We Meet to Part,..School
Vacation Song, ..Intermediate Pupils
Oration,. .Common Things, ..Nelson Brown
Recitation,.. Killed at the Ford, ..Isabel Conger
Vocal Solo. ..Marie Harris
Recitation, ..Scotland's Maiden Martyr, ..Emma Pomeroy
Oration.. .Is Poverty a Curse?,. .Charles Hunt
Quartet,. .That Terrible Fiddle
Recitation,. .Brier Rose,. .Mary Byers
Recitation,. .Her Excuse,.. Victor Breuer
Vocal Solo,. . Where the Suivanee River Flows,.. Elsie Stephenson
Recitation,. . The Inchcape Rock,. .Jennie Byers
Oration, . .Failures in Life,.. Henry Adams
Oration,.. Success in Business, . . Roy Corson
Recitation,.. Nail the Colors to the Mast,..Azira Conger
Class Prophecy for 8th Grade,.. Harold Edmunds
Presentation of Diplomas
Song, . . Adieu, . . School
Denholm has still a few Ladies' and
Childrens' Jackets on hand which ho
will sell at greatly reduced prices.
Carl Danielson is now installed as
"Mine Host" of the Tupper House,
and will cator to the wants of the
A card addressed to tho Recorder
from Sprtuutield. Oregon, announced
the arrival to Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Bryan, of that place, on May 14, 1905,
of a daughter.
Public School will close here on
Friday,and on Saturday evening there
will be an Entertainment given, in
Kime's Hall, to which the public is
Teachers and pupils have labored
hard to make this event a success, and
an enjoyable evening awaits those
A small fee of 25 cents for adults.
and 15 cents for youths will be
charged at. the door, the proceeds to
be used to purchase books for the
school library. Come out and enjoy
this treat, lend your encouragment to
teachers aud scholars, and your aid
to tho library.
Just previous to the School Enter-
day, in turn, while enjoying an outing tainment the Baud will render its
on tho beach. Rev. Snyder was first nn Kui.nr.inii nin ri
If yon cannot find what you want
anywhere else in town, come to the
Maybe we have one left, if so, the
price will please you.
Our stock is small, but the goods
are of a good quality, and the prices
Wa make "Cash Buying" an object
o the purchaser, at
surprised ty an unusually
breaker that canirbt him aud gave
him a thorough drenchiug. Mr. Jef
frey enjoyed this very much, but after
awhile he ventured too close during
an absent minded moment, and a
quick bath resulted very unexpected
ly. Mr. Jeffrey did not relish this in
cident so hugely, but it is needless to
say that. Rev. Snyder did.
Rev. J. E. Snyder, of Portland, the
Evangelist, aud Mr. Jeffrey, of Los
Angeles, the singer, bavo been here
for a week past, doing evangelistic
labor in the Presbyterian Church.
They were joined Monday evening by
Rev. D. H. Hare and wife, of Myrtle
Point, and Rev. Elliott of North Be nd.
Services will continue over Sunday.
Rev. Snyder gave a sermon last Sun
day to men, that was very interesting
and to tbe point, along lines of moral
ity and Christian conduct. Consider
able interest is being made manifost
in the meetings.
The Town i'rimary.
Quito a representative number of
the citizens of Bandon met iu Primary
election Tuesday evening, and after
choosing Geo. P. Topping as Chair
man. and Arthur Rice as Secretary of
the meeting, proceeded to nominate a
ticket to be voted upon at the towu
election which takes place Monday,
May 22d, 1905.
For Recorder there was but one
nomination made, A. D. Morse, the
present incumbent, seemingly being
satisfactory to all.
Ten names were placed on the
ticket, as follows:
J H Shields
B N Harrington
W F Disber
J T Mars
F A Mehl
J. W. Felter, J. N. Langlois and J.
Denbolm were also put in nomination
Notice to the Public. bnt dtclined to. s,aod- There being
iurtner business tue meeting ad-
Notice is hereby given the public Noarned'
that tbe Bank of Bandon will go into Warniuc That is Timelv
i : T j. r nnj -i rvrvr
comuuHbiuu, j-iuuuuy, axuy yjo.
at o cloctr, A.M., tor tuo transaction But a few days ago the Portland
of a general banking business. Travelers' Aid Association of this city
It is the desire of the management announced tbe preparation of a large
to afford every possible courtesy, facil- number of leaflets and placards, to be
ity and convenience to its patrons in distributed in the various centers of
the transacting of their business. population, warning unskilled and
F. J. Faht, Secretary. unemployed young women against
coming to Portland to seek positions
6imply because it is Expositon year.
It is the purpose to ee-trtu' the fact
that such field of labor will be greatly
overcrowded. Such warning is time
ly. and tbo hope is that it will prove
It is very natural that many young
women should bo attracted to an Ex
position city, in the belief that remun
erative employment is to be had
merely for the asking. This is a mis
taken uotion, nevertheless; danger
ously so, in fact, as that young wom
an may realize whose ambitious mis
sion results in failure, and who finds
herself without employment, meaus
friends or protection in a city like
Portland, with a great Exposition in
full swing. The risks incident to such
a step are not to be complacently
contemplated by those of the gentler
sex who are endowed with plenty of
moral stamina and who have some
knowledge of the world, while to the
inexperienced, not so equipped, there
is positive menace in the situation.
It would be well if the Portland
Travelers' Aid Association called at
tention in its warning to tbe unfor
tunate fact that young women of the
city who now have employment as
clerks, stenographers and the like
have cause to complain of the condi
tions which tbe cupidity of the land
lord and boarding-house proprietor
promises to impose. These latter,
evidently believing that there is to be
bnt one year in Portland, that the
present fyear of the Exposition, and
after that the deluge, have signified
their intention of advancicg room
rent and tbe price of board until their
working-girl patrons have come to
regard the Fair as a detriment to
their welfare. Many of these young
women declare that after they pay tbe
advanced price of living, they will
have left from a week's wages, but a
fraction of a dollar for clothing and
These facts, if forcibly brought to
tbe attention of young women who
erroneously believe that during the
approaching summer Portland will be
a veritable industrial Mecca, should
be beneficially discouraging. These
are not pleasant facts even for Port
land people to contemplate. It is in
deed pitiable that any cont-i lerable
class of persons should allow the
mighty dollar to tread so closely up
on the beel of tbeir conscience, or
perhaps more accurately, trample con
science under foot entirely. It is the
condition, however, and not the ethi
cal desire, that tbe wage-earning
young woman of Portland, who does
not live at home, bas to face. Tbe
more clearly this condition is under
stood by ber sisters abroad, infinitely
better will it be for all concerned.
Closed on Sundays.
W, F. Harris has taken charge of
the El Dorado Toneorial Parlors dur
ing the absence of P. B. Hoyt, who
will apply himself to other business
for awhile, and notice is hereby given
that tbe shop will be closed on Sun
Remember and have your work
done on Saturdays.
Important News Notes
Tuesday, May 9.
Mnrqaette, Kansas, was swopt by a tor
nado. The storm cat a wido swath through
tbe town. More than a score of bodies was
fooad under tbe wreck.
France has ordered tbo Bousians to leave
The Hafcht and Freese stock brokers
company of Boston went into tbe bauds of n
There aro eleven yachts ready to start
racing across tbo Atlantic this month.
A crippled barber at Olympin. Wash., sui
cided by shooting,
Twelve Jews were killed and fifty wounded
in southwestern liuBsia.
Carnegie Company will spend $20,000,000
enlarging fctoel plant at Younustown, Ohio.
Vbdnesdat, May 10.
Two It nasi fin araisore are reported to have
eluded tbe Japanese and to buve arrived at
Shanghai merchants threaten to boycott
American goods if the proposed Chinese ex
clusion law ib enacted.
President ltooBevelt and party reached
Chicago on tbeir way home from Colorado.
The saloon keepers of Sasanville, Oregon,
have been ordered to close their shops on
Judge Charles B. Bellinger, of Portland,
is seriously ill.
Japan will not establish oivil rule in all
territory captured, but practically limits it
to the Lian Tuag peniusula.
W. H. Hills, chief clerk of the United
States Treasury department, died in New
TnoasDAT, May 11.
The town of Snyder, in Oklahoma Terri
tory, was struck by a terrific tornado and
destroyed, leaving but four buildings. 75
persons were killed and 400 others injured
Tho storm passed ou into-the farming conn-
try leaving death and destruution in its
At Harribburg, Pa., a fast passenger train
struck a wreck that had been thrown across
the road, exploding two cars of dynamite
Twenty people were killed and 100 more were
injured, ten of whom will die.
A tidal wave on Lake Michigan swept the
Wisconsin shore caosmp-hpavy loss.
A timber cruiser and- iwo lawyers were
lost eight days in the woods in Wash. They
were nearly starved when they made tbeir
Utica, New York, suffered a $300,000 loss
Nan Patterson was released on ber own
recognisance, which meaus that she will
probably never be tried again for the mac
dor of Caesar Young
Fhidat, May 1'J.
The suffering at Snyder, Oklahoma, is pit
iable. There is no shelter for tho injured
and many having broken bones are unat
tended. Tbe dead number 120.
Tbe number of people killed in the attack
on tbo Jews at Zhitomar, Russia, last Sun
day, was about 40.
Nan Patterson wbr given her liberty.
Judge Bellinger, of Portland, died today
Two brothers were found dead in tbeir
cabin at Vancouver, B. C. One bad killed
tbe other, then shot himself.
Two storms are reported from Indian Ter
ritory and one from West Virginia as having
done much damage and caused probable
loss of life. '
Herbert V. Croker, said to be a son of
liicbard Croker, was found dead on a train
near Arkansas City, said to have been
SATcnnAT. May 13.
United Stntes Marshal, W. F. Matthews.
has been removed, and Charles J. Iteid, of
Portland, named in his place.
Vice President Fairbanks will represent
President lioosevelt at tbe opening of tbe
Lewis and Clark Exposition.
William H. Hunt, of Montana, has been
appointed to fill tho plico of Judge Bel
linger, temporarily, and delay is not ex
pected in the Mitchell and Hermann cases.
Koropatkin is critical and declares the
plan of sending forward. ifiuforoementB is
Seven men were killed iu tho Corra mine
in Montana. Tho cause of death was tho
careless handling of 40 sticks of giant pow
der by a man not used to handling it.
Valley wool is 27 cents a pound at Salem
A Japanese oinisor is coming to San Fran
cisco for repairB. It will likely be detained
until after the war.
Mon n at, May 15.
Five pornons dead aud two fatally injured
is the result at Sau Diego of a man being
crazed with liquor.
Japan lands troops iu Corea destined to
Eighty thousand Japanese reinforcements
arrived at the front.
Mbv 14. Schr Albion. Olsen, 10 days from
San Francisco, to Coqtvlle.
May H Strar Chico. Martin, to S. F.
May 15 Stmr Elizabeth, Jensen, to S. F.
MISS L. G. GOULD, Matron
A Private Hospital, well equipped for the treatment of Surgical and
Trained nurses iu attendance.
For information address WM. HORSFALL. M. D.
The City Meat Market,
. 0 Yes!
We Have the Variety of t StocR -
Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton. Lamb, Bologna and Pork Sansage, Pressed Beef' Head
Cheese, Corned Beef, Pickled Pork, Eggs, Vegetables aud Butter.
Lull on ua and get our prices before buying elsewhere.
We are not like the Hind Wheels
of a wagon, nlways following in the same rat. We are pushers, striving for a larger
business, and wo get tbs-re by keeping
Tli Best Meat in tlie Land
and selling at tho very lowest prices.
ire are hero to please and here to stay.
"yours to serve,
J. Waldvogel & Son, Props.
Bandon Meat Market,
T. Anderson Prop.
Will Keep on Hand at all Times
Fresh Beef, Pork, Mutton, Smoked Meats, Lard.
Sausages, Etc., also
Fresh Vegetables Poultry, Eggs, Butter and nil Farm Produce.
I will pay highest market price for beef, pork, mrjtton,wool, hides, etc.
9 3 9
Dry Goods of Every. Description,
Ladies Coats, Capes and Collarettes.
Boots & StLoes
Fresh Groceries of all Kinds.
Suits Made to Measure,
AGENT FOR WARNER'S RUST PROOF CORSE?
Shields & Kennedy,
Blaofeszxxitlx &z Wagon
Wagons of all kinds made to order.
Job work attended to promptly and all work cuuranteed to ive satisfaction. Trices
Horseshoeing a. SpeciaiLy
The Newly Refitted, Speedy and Elegant Steamer
Will ivo a recnlnr ten day Service between Coqnillo Hiver. Orecon, and San Eraacificp;,
California, for both pasaencers and freight.
CAPT. M. MARTIN.
E. DYER. Ajicnt, Handon. Orecon.
SWAYNE tfc HOYT, Acent, 2-JG Hattcry Street, San Francisco. California.
Cleared For Action.
When the bodv is cleared for ao
tion, by Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills
you can tell it by tbe bloom of health
on the cheeks; the brightness of the
eyes; the firmness of the flesh and
muscles; the buoyancy of the mind.
Try them. At C Y Lowe's drag store,
Fob Halk. Corner lot with small hoa?e
find oatbuildiocs; lot 12ir4r feet; nitnated
on Irin Street near Broombnndle Factory.
Prion $'JUU. inquire at turn omce. Alan
three lots in Cartwrght Addition,
O- T- Blumenrotner
U. S. Commisioner and Notary Public
Filino and Final proofs made m Home
steads, Timber Claims and other U. S. Lands
Money I.cnms Negotiated on Approved
HAlco in room 10 Beverla Bnildinc, Ban
don. Residence on Uatte Creek, Oregon.
All klmlH of Keul Entate bought nnd
Wrenshall & Wrenshali,
KOUNI) HOUSK CJALX.KICY, BANPON
3Dr. S- IFeriLins,
PHYSICIAN cfc SURGEON,
Office ovar Win. Gallier'a Store.
OlEce hoars G to U a.m.
Call at residence at other hoars.
JDt. H. Ij. Houston,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office in Pacific Hotel. Honrs, 9 to 12, a.m.
1 :30 to 4, p.m.; 7 to 8 in the evening
ItANUOZS LODfiE, o. 1 IS, A. F. A. .M S3
I $ T) AXDOX LODCt E, No. llu.A.F.A .M. g
& 13 Stated communications rir.st Sat-
jgurday nfter the full moon of each
iuoi:th. All .Master Masons cordial.'v
iinvited. W. C. SANDEHSON, Y . 31. k
?i J. E. Walstrom, fcec.
Court Queen of tlie l-orest o. 17, i-j
Foreatern of Aincicit.
pOntTQUEEN OF THE FOIiEST.
No. 17, meets Friday night of eacltf,
Sweek. in Concrete Hall. Handoii. Orin.$
cordial welcome is extended to all vis-j
Witinn brothers. E. 31. HLACKEKBY,
1 W. V. Fisiikh. Chief Hauler.
$ Fin. Secretary. $
BANDON LODOK N
OH EC OX.
Xo. 133,1. O.O. F JS
ANDON LODGE. No. 133. 1. 0. 0. F.
jSJD meets every Saturday evening, .jj
ffVisitinc brothers in good atqndltin V3
if i:-n.. : !.
$ A. J. HAUTAIAN, N. G.
W T. W. Kodison. Sec.
OKO. V. TOl'I'ING,
ATTOltNEY aud COUNSELOR AT LAW