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BANDON, OREGON: THURSDAY, JUNE I, 1905
W. S. Marshal!, of New Lake, had
business in to n Friday.
On Jane 19lb, the North Bend
Woolen Mill will bo sold at Receiver's
Miss I. M. Langwortby and Clifford
Crews of Opbir registered at the Top
per Hoose, last Friday.
Raleigh Tacker retnraed home
Monday from a visit to friends at
Coquille, where he spent several days.
John Swing with his gasolene boat
is oer from Coos Bay helping Engi
neer Tower with the survey of the
W. A. Goodman, of Coqaille, Ore
gon, will go anywhere in Coos Conn
ty to move yonr hoaso or barn. Ad
dress as stated above.
Matt Smithy expects to move bis
family over from North Bend this
week or as soon as be can get a boat
to bring over his household effects.
The Marsbfield and Bandon ball
tcsm8will contest on the Bandon ball
grounds next Snnday. North Bend
and Coqnille will play at Coquille
W. T. Paoter and his brother Will
will take charge of Sanderson Bros.
store abont the first of next week, at
which time the transfer will take
P. W. McCann came over the latter
part of last week from Beaver Hill
where he has been employed, having
taken a month's lay off. He will do
3oaae work at Parkersbnrg.
The laxative effect of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets is so
agreeable and so nainrai that you do
nnt realize it is the effect of a medi
cine. For sale by C. Y. Lowe, Drug
gist. R. C. Hart. Superintendent of Light
Houses in this district, accompanied
by R. L. Clison, were in Bandon, Snn
day night, having walked np the
beach from Capo Blanco. Thpy passed
on np the beach, Monday, armed with
a camera, and will take views along
ihe coast as fancy dictates.
;Th Philomath College, in aeeord
'asusi custom, of granting !
scholarships to various schools, of
which the Bandon school is among
the number, has placed in the hands
of the principal a letter which has
been signed and delivered to Miss
Alice Porter, to whom the scholarship
is doe and to whom it will be awarded
opoa her compliance with the condi
tions required by that institution.
There is an ordinance requiring
hoys under a certain age to get in off
4h streets at night after curfew.
Sooje of our citizens who have been
annoyed by chattering on the side
walks nd corners of streets after the
time people should have gone to bed,
are wondering if the curfew ordinance
applies to girls, and if not, why not?
These night promenadesare becoming
very numerous, and no good will re
snlt from most of them. If the par
ents cannot control the promenaders,
then perhaps the anthorities should
Bonx. Near Bandon, May 27tb,
1905, to Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hoskin, a
daughter. The mother and child are
doing finely, but Jack's excessive joy
has transported him to a degree that
it is not definitely settled that he will
get back to terra fir ma in time to bear
the child begin to lisp her first and
sweetest word papa.M
Bid are wanted for tbe construction of
the Odd Fellows Boilding at- Bandon For
? ilnns nnd specifications call on A. O. Hojt,
All bids must be in by 12 o'clock, noon.
Jane 17tb. 1905.
Tbe committee reserves tbe right to reject
any and all bids.
Tbe building will be about 33 by 80 feet,
two stories high. Tkustkes.
If you cannot find what you want
anywhere else in town, come to tbe
Maybe we have one left, if so, the
price will pleane you.
Our stock is small, but tbe goods
are of s good quality, and the prices
We make ''Cash Buying" an object
(o the purchaser, at
L. W. Deyoe and wile, of Myrtle
Point, were Bandon visit ors'this week
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Taylor, of Prosper, last
John Blacklock has been very sick
for several days and is in a critical
B. F. Tupper and family, from the
Hotel Coquille were in town Tuesday
having come down to attend Decora
tion service. Thoy returned home in
The steamer Elizabeth arrived last
evening bringing 130 tons of freight,
and four passengers. The list follows:
R W Taylor and wife, Miss Grace
Taylor and M Fnrman.
Peter Holts, of Roseburg, is" in
town. He is & tailor by trade and is
looking for a location. A tailor shop
in Bandon would be a gre.at conven
ience, and he should be given all the
A Masonic building is rapidly nenr
ing completion at the Lewis and Clark
Exposition. This has been erected
for entertainment purposes by local
organizations, and will be . ready for
occupancy before opening day.
Next Sunday the Marshfield and
Bandon ball teams meet on' the Ban
don diamond. Marsbfield has carried
off the honors so far, but Bundutiites
look forward to the contest hopefn'ily,!
and think that the homo te&m will be
able to score even with tti'eni at the
end of the contest.
Mr. W. C. Sanderson received n let
ter from Sao Francisco, announcing
the safe arrival of Mrs. Sanderson
and her brother there on their way to
San Diego. Mrs. Sanderson suffered
slightly from seasickness t be first half
day out, bnt after that stood the trip
well and walked a block and a half to
the street car on bur arrival at San
We have at hand sample sections of
houey from the apiary of Mr. M. L.
R. Edmunds. Mr. E states that his
location, three and one half miles
from Bandon, is admirably adapted
to the production of this article. Tun
yield has proved sufficient to justify
he business of bee-keeping, and ''ye"
editor can testify to the unrivaled ex
cellence of the quality of the product.
Still Pn.SHiug Over.
J. Henry Schroeder, of Arago. one
of Coos County's pioneers and best
known citizens, died May 3Ulh, at
8 P.M., aged 65 years, 23 days.
Death was not altogether a surprise,
in his case, as he has been ailing for
some time and expected to drop off
suddenly. Funeral took place today
Died. At Bandon, May 30th, Mrs.
Frances Koontz, aged 64 years, 11
months and 3 days. The funeral took
place in the Bandon Cemetery this
Decoration Day Observed.
Decoralion Day was very fittingly
observed at this place, Tuesday, the
30tb, under the auspices of the Grand
Army Post of Bandon.
Tbe parade, lead by the Bandon
Cornet Band, 6tnrted for the cemetery
at ten o'clock, whore the respective
and fitting rites of the Woman's Re
lief Corps aud the G. A. It., were ob
served, and the graves of soldiers and
others who had crossed the River of
Death were strewn beautifully with
tokens of love and remembrance pre
pared for that pnrpose.
At two o'clock in the afternoon the
G. A. R. and citizens assembled in
Kime's Opera Hall where the after
noon exerciseB took place, consisting
of the ritoal exercises, to which songs
and recitations were added.
The exercises closed with an oration
by Rev. H. P. Donning, which, we be
lieve, will rank with the best, and pos
sibly excel any like effort made here
on the observance of Memorial Day.
Notice is hereby given to tbe Law
and Order League, and to all law
abiding citizens of Coos County, that
there will be a mass meeting at the
Conrt Honse on the 8th day of June,
1905, at 10 o'clock, A.M., to devise
ways and means for tho enforcement
of tbe Local Option la. v.
All law and order loving people ara
cordially invited to attend.
J. J. Lamb, President.
A Haul Scare.
Some day you will get a bad scare,
when you feel a pain in your bowels,
and fear appendicitis. Safety lies in
Dr. King's New Life Pills.- a sure cure,
for all bowel and stomach diseases,
such as headache, biliousness, costive
ness,etc, Guaranteed at C.Y.Lowe's
Drug Store. Only 25 cents. Try
Easy Victory for Bandon.
Brits North Bend's Star
Tvrirlcr all over the IiOt.
The few fans who accompanied the
home team to North Bend. Sunday,
were rewarded by witnessing Bandon
take her first game of the season, anc
a eood exhibition of baseball.
McKune started things in the initial
inning, 'with a two sacker to right
field, nnd after Bliss' failure to con
nect with the ball, was advanced to
third on a hit by Adams. McKune
and Blnckerby, who was substituted
for Adams, worked a nice double steal
scoring McKune. Clyues and Oswill
retired tbe side with three healthy
Hughes gave his only pass to Newell
tbe first man np, aud was unfortuuato
enough to have it result in North
Bend's only run by a sacrifice of
Hunt's and a two bagger by Graham.
Hi;ginbottom hit to Hughes nnd was
retired at first and Northrop struck
out. ard drove a nice one to loft
field feuce for two bags. Blackerby
flew to Davtes. Rosa hit to pitcher
advancing Ward to Third. Hughes
out on lung fly to Graham, putting
tho side dowu.
SJcGinuis out, Adams to Bliss
Feller out, Blackerby to Bliss. Davis
hit safe and Reed flew to Ward.
McKune flew to Higginbottom.
Bliss beat a bout and went to third on
Adams' hit, both scoring ou Clyues'
two sacker to center field fence. Os
will took threo more healthy swings
and Clynes was just nipped nt the
plate, where ho tried to score on
Ward's hit. Higgiubottom struck out.
McGinnis hit over second but was
throwu out on an attempt to steal.
Blackerby flew out to Newell. Rosa
faunod and Hughes hit to pitcher.
Felter struck out. Dnvies out to
McKune and Reed fanned.
McKune started tho fifth inning
with a hit, was surprised by Bliss and
scored ou Adam's hit, the latter being
throwu out at secoud. Clyues walked
and was caught tryiug to steal.
Newell reached first ou McKnno'a
error. Hunt out to Ward. Graham
hit to Adams, aud Nowell was :caught
trying to steal.
Oswill flew to Northrop. Ward
got a nice drive over second, but was
caught at stealing. Blackerby and
Rqsa hit. Hughes walked tilling the
bags. McKune walked forcing in a
run. Bliss mado a beautiful drive to
center of which Njrthrop made a cir
cus catch off his shoe strings. Nowell
hit to Hughes. Hunt to Adams and
Graham llew to Clyues.
Adams out, pitcher to first. Clynes
struck out and Oswill's hard drive
was fielded to first by McGinniss.
Higgiubottom was safe ou a low
throw to Bliss, but was caught be
tween first and second. Northrop
flew to Clynes, and McGinnis made a
lino drive to center which Clyues
gather, d in by a one hand stab.
Hughes reached first on Reed's
error. McKune flew out. Bliss out
to Northrop and Adams struck out.
Newell walked. Hunt hit to Hughes
doubling Newell. Graham was safe
on McKuno's bad throw, nnd Higgin
bottom ended the game ou a hit to
The feature of the game was tho
pitching of Hughes, not a man get
ting beyond tho Becoud cushion after
the first inning. Oswill did some
great throwing to second, catching
every man attempting to steal.
Bandon AB li B1I PO A E
McKune s a 4 2 2 4 3 3
Bliss 1st b 4 1 1 10 1 0
Adams 2nd b 5 13 14 0
Clynes cf 3 0 1 3 0 0
Oswill o 4 0 0 5 2 0
Ward If 4 0 2 3 0 0
Blackerby 3rd b 4 110 2 0
Rosa rf 401100
Hughes p 4 0 0 0 3 0
Total 35 5 11 27 15 3
North Bond AB R BH PO A E
Newell as 2102 2 1
Hanto 3 0 0 8 3 0
Graham rf 401100
Higginbottoru p,fc.b 4 0 0 2 1 1
Northrop of 300 3 00
McGinniss 2nd b 3 0 1 3 2 0
Felter If 3 0 0 1 1 0
Dnvies 1st b 3 0 1 7 0 0
Reed p fc 3rd b 3 0 0 0 2 1
Totul 38 1 3 27 11 3
Earned runs, Bandon 3, North Bend 1.
Two base liits, MoKuno, Clynes, V'nrd
First base on balls, off Hughes 1, off Heed
Left on bases. Bandon 7, North Bend 3.
Strnck out by Hughes 5. by Heed 5, by
Double playa, Hughes to McKune to Bliss.
Hit by pitcher, Clynes,
Time of game, 1:40.
The game at Marsbfield, Sunday,
was won by tho Marshfiold team, by a
score of 10 to 3.
Independent and reliable The Oregon-ian.
The mnle is a funny sight;
He's mado of ears aud dynnraile,
His heels is full of bricks aud springs,
Tornadoes, batteriug rams and things.
He's fat as any poisoned pnp;
It's jest his meanness swells him up;
He's always scheming 'round to do
The things you most don't want him to.
Tho mule ho lives on anything;
He's got a lovely voice to sing,
And when he lets it loose at noon
It sounds like buzz saws ont of tune.
He stands around with sleepy oyo
And looks ns if he'd liko to die,
But when there's any dying done
It ain't the male, I'll bet n bun.
Somo folks don't treat males with respect .
They say thoy ain't got no intelloot,
That may bo bo, but if you've got
To go to beaven on the spot,
And want a way that doesn't fail,
Just pall the tassel on his tail,
The mule ho tends to his own biz;
Ho don't look loaded, but ho is.
Dying of Famine
is, in its torments, liko dving of con
sumption. Tho progress of consump
tion, from tho beginning to the vory
end, is a long torture, both to victim
aud friends. "When T had consump
tion in its first stage," writes Wm.
Myers, of Oearfoss, Md., "after try
ing different medicines aud a good
doctor, in vnin, I at la6t took Dr.
Kiug's Now Discovory, which quick
ly and perfectly cured me." Prompt
relief and sure euro for coughs, colds,
sore throat, bronchitis, etc Positive
ly prevouts pnenmonia. Guaranteed
nt C. 1. Lowe's Drug Store. Prico
50u and 1.00 a bottle. Trial bottle
Marsbfield Sun: Dr. Haydou re
turned this week from a cursory visit
to Portland, whiiher he went in tbe
interests of the Coos County exhibit.
He is quite pronounced iu bis expres
sions of tho excellency of tho Coos
County building, which he says out
rivals all others, and which Contractor
Turpeu will have completed this
week. Speaking of exhibits, Dr. Hay-
don said; we are adhering to the orig
inal plan of showing strictly Coos
County products, and will have our
building well stored with productions
that will dazzlo tho.eyes of spectators,
and cause them to marvel from wbeBcTl
they came. When asked as to every
thing being in readiness for the open
ing day, June 1st, Dr. Haydon was
oath to reply, but from the expression
on his countenance, it was gleaned
that it might bo a few days later. He
predicts that the hair will be a howl
ing success and that Coos County will
derive untold benefit, from tho show
ing that will be made.
Found ii Cure for Dyspepsia.
Mrs. S. Linday, of Fort William,
Ontario, Canada, who has suffered
quito a number of years from dyspep
sia, and great pains in the stomach,
was advised by her druggist to take
Chamberlain's Stomach aud Liver
Tablets. She did so. and says: "I
ind that they have done me a great
deal of good. I have never had any
suffering siuce I began using them."
If troubled with dyspepsia or indiges
tion, why not take these Tablets, get
well and stay well? For sale by C.
Y. Lowe, Druggist.
Brown Leghorn eggs from prize-
wiuning stock, at ?1.00 per sotting or
5.00 per hundred.
J. C. Watson, Coquille.
Fob Salk. Corner lot with small honse
and outbuildings: lot Ix45 feet: situated
on Iris Streot near Broomhandle Factory.
i'rico .fifUO. Enquire at this oihee. Also
threo lots in Cartwright Addition.
Jnno 4 Marsbfield va Bandon
Juno 11 Coqnille vs "
Juno 'Jo North Bend vs "
July 10 Marahtield vs
July 23 Coquillo vs "
Aug C North Bend vs "
Aug '21 Marsbfield va
Sept 3 Coqnille va "
pt 17 North Bend vs "
May 21 Bandon vs Coqnillo
e 4 North Bend vs "
o 2T Marshfiold vs
2 Bandon vs
1R North Bend vs "
13 Bandon vs
27 North Bend vs
17 Marshfiold vs "
At North Bend
21 Marshfiold vs North Bend
28 Bandon vs "
18 Coqnillo vs "
) Bandon vs
23 Marnhfield vs "
St Coqnille vs "
20 Bandon va "
10 Coqnille vs
23 Coquille vs Marshfield
11 North Bend V3
18 Bandon vs
2 North Bend vs
J Coquille vs
31 Bandon vs
13 North Bend vs
20 Coqnille va
10 Bandon V8 '
Closed on Sunday.
W, F. Harris has taken charge of
the El Dorado Tonsorial Parlors dur
ing the absence of P. B. Hoyt, who
will apply himself to other business
for awhile, and notice is hereby given
that the shop will be closed on Sun
Remember and have your work
done on Saturdays.
Important News Notes
Tuesday, May 23 .
Tho Merchants Trust Bank of New York
has gone into tho bands of n reooiver. The
cause is bad investments.
Smith, the defaulting tax collector of San
Francisco, was given ten years at penal sor-
An explosion in a tunnol in Austria killed
Jose Gonzales, who aided in tho overthrow
of Maximilian, iu Mexico, is dead.
The first move toward public ownership in
Snn Francisco, hna been mado by appropri
ating $350,000 for nn electric line.
Tbo government annulled 82 patents for
timber laud for W. A. Clark, in Montaua.
"Wednesday, Mny 24.
In Russia tho people are deserting the
tho Greek Church for tho Roman Catholic.
In one villnpe 080 people made tho change
leaving but two mo in bora in the Greek
Prince Naknchidza, Governor of Sakn, was
assassinated by a bomb.
Tho chief of polico nt Siedlee. Russi i, nnd
threo othor persons woro wounded by a
bomb. The missile fell short of the throwtr'a
William Zigler, tho wealthj promoter of
Arctio explorations died at New York.
The Chicago strike is still extending.
William Stephens, of Ros Valley, Califor
nia, killed his wifo and five ohildren and
then shot himself.
Generals Oye ma nnd Linevitcb each have
guard up to ward off tho anticipated blow.
TnonsDAT. May 25.
The Admiralty deny the reported illness of
Hojestvensky. Three colliers nnd one Bos
nian cruiser arrived at tho mouth of the
Linevitch reports dislodging a force of
Japanese nt Liao liver, indicting a loss of
Both forces are reported advancing toward
each ether in Manchuria.
The Rio Grande river, awolen to a mile in
width, is flowini; through the streets of Tome
in Nuw Mexico,
Myron T. Ilerrick has been renominated
for Governor of Ohio.
Four wore killed aud thirty were wounded
n a clash between Jewish factious at War-
Central Kansas roceived from two to three
nches of rain within 24 hoars.
Friday, May 26.
Baron Rothschild, tho world-famoas bank
er, died at I'nris.
The Russians are at a loss to interpret
Oyama's tactics. Indications of a great
battle are showing.
Jnpnnese stenmors are not nliowed to leave
Chefoo on account of danger from Russinu
Ouo person was killed and fifty others in-
ared in a trolley car collision at Baltimore.
Russia wants to sell threo railway lines.
Her war fund is said to bo gettiug light.
Tho crooks have been ordered to leave
Weaver, Major of Philadelphia, is still in
tho lead nnd will be nblu to defeat tho gas
thieves from gaining the desired franchise.
Satuhdat. May 27.
Rojestvensky's tleet is reported to bo in
tbe Strait of Coroa.
A toroado struck tho town of Colbert,
ivansns, destroying several houses.
Uarry LaDako drowned in tho mill pond
at Springfield, trying to savo a pike polo.
Tho Chilean cruiser Proiidonte Pinto
foundered in the Gulf of Ancud, oil the
Bonthern part of Chili.
Tho urns O'Brien, of Now York, died of a
broken neck teu months after the accident.
An armed force of 7"00 police and deputy
sheriffs command the strike situation nt
Chicago. The force is nearly equal to that
of the National Gnurd of Illinois.
Monday, May 29.
Togo's fleet mot tho Russians on Saturday
resulting in a sweeping victory for the Japa
neso. Two battleships, one coast defender,
fivo cruisers, two special service ships and
thiee destroyers were sunk. Togo captured
two battiuships, two coast defenders, one
special service ship, ono destroyer, and three
thonsaud prisoners. ThoJainncso squad
ron nro reported undamagod.
Tho American Yacht Atlantic won the enp
offered by tbo Gorman Emperor. No other
boats nro yet in sight, none having been ex
pected before tbe 31st.
Mnv 31. Stmr Elizabeth, Jensen, 49 hours
from San Francisco.
Mny 30. Schr Advance, Ogidinssen, to
Juno 1. Schr May Flower, Gudmnr-son,
to San Franoidco.
X-Ray Gas Generator.
The Wonderful Light of
The Twentieth Century.
Oa an ordinary lamp this attach
tucut will incroaHe yonr light to at
hast donblo the capacity of tho ordi
uary burner. This is alato and most
popular invention, and doeB away
with smoking chimneys, and requires
no cleaning or trimming of the wick.
Call and Investigate It.
Sole Agent for Ilanilon nnd Vicinity.
MISS L. G. GOULD, Matron
A Private Hospital, well equipped for the treatment of Surgical and
Trained nurses in attendance.
For information address WM. HORSFALL, M. D.
The City Meat Market,
0 Yes! 0 Ye,s!
We Have the Variety t)f Stock
Beef, Pork, Veal, Mntton, Lanlb, Bologna and Porlf Sausage, .Pressed Beef, Head
Cheese, Corned Beef, Pickled Pork, Eggs, Vegetables and Buttefv - - .
Call on ns and get our prices before buying elsewhere.
We are not like the Hind Wheels
of a wagon, alwnys following in the same rut. Wo are pushers, striving for a larger
business, and we get tbnre by keeping
Tlie Best Meat in tlie Land
and selling nt the very lowest prices.
Wo are here to please and here to stay.
IToiors to serve,
J. Waldvogel & Son, Props.
Bandon Meat Market,
T. JLrL(3.ersorL Prop.
Will Keep on Hand at all Times
Fresh Beef, Pork, Mutton, Smoked Meats, Lard.
Sausages, Etc., also
Fresh Vegetables, Poultry, Egg9, Butter and all Farm Produce.
I will pay highest market price' for beef, pork, mutton,wool, bides, etc.
Dry Goods of Every. Description,
Ladies Coats, Capes and Collarettes.
Boots &d Slxoes
Fresh Groceries of
Suits Made to Measure,
AGENT FOR WARNER'S RUST
Blacksmitli Ss Wagon
Wagons of all kinds made to order.
Job work attended to promptly and all work guaranteed to give satisfaction. Prices
The Newly Refitted, Speedy and Elegant Steamer
Will give a regular ten day Service between
California, for both passengers and freight.
CAPT. M. MARTIN.
E. DYER. Agent. Bandon. Oregon.
SWAYNE Jfc HOYT, Agent, 2JC Battery Street, San Francisco. California.
U. S. Gommisionerand Notary Public
Filings and Final proofs made on Home
Heads. TimberOlaims and other U. S. Lauds
Money Loans Negotiated on Approved
Office in room 10 Heverlo Bnilding. Ban
don. Residence on Hutte Creek, (Jregon.
All Kind of Kent Kutnto bought and
Wrenshall & Wrenshall,
KODNI) HOIJSK GAI.l.KKY. ItANDON
IDr. S. L. Perkins,
PHYSICIAN c0 SURGEON,
Office ovar Win. Gallier's Store.
Office hours 5 to i) n.ra.
Call nt residence at other hours.
Dr. li. Xj. KEoiaston,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office in Pacific Hotel. Hnurs, 9 to 12. a.m.
1 :30 to 4, p.m.; 7 to S in the evening.
BANDON, - - OKKCON.
Coqnillo liiver. Oregon, and San Francisco,,
"am lodge, .s-o. us, a. f. a. m
gOANpOX LOnGE,No. lir,.A.F A .M.
I A htn communications hrst bat-
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"fctuontn. .n Piaster .viasons coruiai'yji
ginvited. W C. SANDERSON, W. il.
g J. E. Walstoom. Sec. jft
Court Queen of the Forest No. 17, W
Furestcn of America, tt
gOrUT QUEEN OF THE FOREST.S
J No. 17, meets Friday night of eaob
sweek. in Concrete Hall, Bandon. Oregon-
j IIANDON LODGE No. 133, 1. O.O. F
T ANDON LODGE. No. 133, 1. 0. 0. F.4
meets every Saturday evening. $
Visiting brothers in good standing yi
cordially invited. $
5 A. J. HARTMAN. N. G.
5 T. W. Kobisox. Sec. g
GKO. I. TO 111 NO,
ATTORNEY and COl N'SELOR AT LAW
Firs Ia.i3 uiraio.
Itiindoii, - - - 4:4fm
i cordial welcome is extended to all vis-
Siting brothers. E. M. BLACKERBY, $
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