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BAN DON, OREGON: THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1905
Attorney J. J. Stanley, of Coqnillo,
was m town Saturday.
J. W. Leneve, of Coqnille, gave
Bandon a visit Sundav.
A. J. Wilson, of Northern Cnrry
was doing business iu town Monday.
D. M. MncRonzii', of Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, was a Bandon visitor this
William Gallier hasi had a now roof
Paul Miller of Rosoburg was a 1 put upon his residence this week. (J.
Bnndou visitor last Fndav
W. T. Kerr, ono of Coqtiille's busi
ness men was in town Sunday.
Charles A. Gnerne, of Turner, Ore.
registered in Bandon last Mouday.
W. Dvgert did the work.
Miss Blanche Stitt went to Myrtle
Point, Tuesday morning, and will re
main for two or ihreo weeks.
Frank Flam, of Hour Creek, was
doing business in town yesterday.
St. John's Episcopal Church. Sor
vices Suudny morning and evening
J. A. Cox and George Farrier
from Dairyville, wore in towu yoster-
Miss Jennie Denholm returnee
homo last Sundav from ber visit to
William nnd Frank Yincamp, o
Elder E. Keeler closed protracted j Marshlield, registered at tho Topper
E. L. Monroo of Coqnille was visit- meeting here Sunday night, and weuti House yesterday
ing Bandon the latter part uf last to Kivertou to hold meetings.
week. ! If. L. Mum ford, soliciting agent
Miss Leah Boak wont to Myrtle ' for the Encyclopedia Britanica, was
Point yesterday to visit friends for a doing busiuoss in town this week,
few days. Mrs. M. 1. Swift, who has been in
A. McNair ono of our popular mer- Eastern Oregon vitiug relatives for
chants, had business which called ; some time, past returned homo Jast
him to Coqnillo yesterday.
A. B. Sabin. of Dairyville, was in j Mrs. Joseph Walser and her son,
town Saturday uight having come up Otto, who have been visiting for some
to attend the A. F. & A. M. Lodge. timo in San Fraucisco, returned homo
Mrs. Emma Erickson has been j lust Friday morning,
ill for several days past, requiring' Parkersburg and Bandon ball play-
Mrs. A. J. Hartman gave the Bay
a call yesterday, having interests
which called her that way.
Janifs A. Cope, of Four mile, was
in town, yesterday, having had busi
ness which brought him this way.
Dallas Grant, of Burlington, Iowa
arrived hero last Friday on a visit to
his sister, Mrs. F. E. Dyer, aud is en
joying tho Pacific breeze.
Burton MeDuffoos employed this
week in repaintiug tho Tapper House.
Gallier Bros, aro making considerable
:ball grounds here, in wuich Bandon j E s MidieNon and
tho service of a physiciau. She ir ers had a g'imo last Sunday on tho improvement to their property.
Tho stearaor Favorite lay off her wou bi' PCOru of 11 to
run several days for repairs while the , Tho outgoing passengers
wife of San
Francisco aro visiting Coos County.
Mr. Michelson is bi ok keeper for E. T
steamer Liberty was called into ser-; steamer Elizabeth, Inst Sunday, wer- Kruz. and came up on a vacation.
vice. Tho favorite is again doing u .u .5Keeis. u u fierce, uaij.n ijuk- j W. Felter and W II. L 'an have
duty. ions, w untway ami .U .V-wn. lH.,.n trying their hand at the caulk-
Mr. Jncobson is rushing work on j William Cangheil an 1 Fred J ers' pmfe-siop, this week, in finishing
the construction of the railway from Schwarz, of Wt'd lerbnni, arrived . up the scows for the government.
the wharf to rock quairy and will , here on a visit Saturday evening, and
soon have the timbers ready to receive , extended
the rails most of tho distance. i Tuesday.
their visit to Coos Buy
A little forethought may save yon
no end of trouble. Anyone who makes
it alo to keep Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at j ach and Liver Tablets.
hand knows this to be a fact. For C. Y. Lowe.
sale bv C. Y. Lowe. at... i- .... 3 , , . ,
Sick headache results from a disor
dered condition of tho stotuach, ami is
quickly cured by Chamberlain's Stom-
For sale bv
Mrs. K. J. Hite and son George and
Henry Adams returned hon e from at
tending the L-nvi- and Clarko Expo
silion at Portland, lat Friilay oven
Father J. C. Hughes, of Portland,
was in town lat night on his return
homo from a vi-it to relatives id Sixes.
Thos P. Hughes brought him un
James LsngloH and wife of Cape I companieil Captain Kuth to San from Sise.
Blauco, who were visiting relatives 'Francisco, returned home Sunday D- laite:son returned Home
and friends here and at Coqnille. left j from their visit and ocean v.-yago and M(,ntlav pv,nin. froin u-udderbiirii
for home last Ibursda having en-j will remain at home for the winter. accompanied by his wife who had
joyed the nrst vacation Mr. Lanjjlois tutmit.i t , i i i- i
. , . , I --.j....v. wv-... ...u . .....i i . i. Tiling i II.IA.VO 114 I 11U llillll
has had for somo time. ...-i , ... I
oi l on whoim.
Mm. K. E. L. Bediliion and Mrs.
iois The Bdll Telephone company have
I made some changes in the rate of
Mr. Etlerby and his fon James, . seiiding messages and the public; is
and W. J. Gibson, and their families, beginning to register a vigorous kick
who were living here while ihe men by talk of trying to induc-o the West
ern Telegram Company to extend
were working at repairing the gov
ernment scows, moved back to Marsh-1 their lino on to Bandon
!bo Jattor part of last week. j T. Rtlnmoy. v,;9n,Mlh njmt ; ,.,c4
Enterprise: Carl Bros have leased : Friday morning bringing about lb'O
iu . w.uj i .oruay o , tons ot ire.gut, and luui Uie Toliou .ng ; r..bniMiu the stairs which lead from
theR. Robinson Cheese Co. of Tilla- list of passengers: E Michelson and lst Street to the Station l.'onse. Tbov
rnook, for a term of fivo years. Carl j wife, .Mrs Joseph Walter, Oto Wal-1 haV() tl)0 worb abolU comol-ted.
nros. an flmnnf mnst mippn;cftil : cor .1 HnoL'mnn T re I w t
r ' " " ----- - - ; ' J l IU (X1 4I1IO U L. V. JT ii. i I i 7
and Miss Annio Clemeus.
Ward. Mr. IVdillioo's mother, who i
hero on a visit from Humboldt Co.,
went to Port Orford yesterday and
will return Sunday.
Keeper Johnson mid ihe life saving
crew have been busy for several days
it. I). SI nine in Sued !y BSoIiort
ICiiniH t'uv $1 10,t$t)U Cash.
Threo damago suits, aggregatiim
$110,000, wero Hied in Curry County
this moruing by Robert Burns, Rep
resentative from that County, and at
torneys Veasie & Freeman, of Port
land, again.t R. D. Hume, ex-Repre
sent at ivo from Curry County, and
rated ono of tho wealthiest men iu
. i.i i i"
tno state, xj. is. iMirus appears as
plaintiff in two of tho actions, and his
wife, Nollio F. Burns, as plaintiff in
In tho first complaint, Burns seeks
to recover 10.000 for having been
subject to loss of time and indignities
alleged to have been brought about
by tho defoudant, by reason of the
fact that ho had him arrested on a
chargo of auchoring a sternwheel
steamer in Roguo river. In the sec
ond complaint he sots forth that he
was the owner of a certain parcel of
land, on which ho had erectod a store
and hotel nnd thero made his homo
and tho dofondant commenoad eject
ment proceedings on an alleged prior
right to possession of tho property,
and that tho sheriff of the county, at
tho instance of Mr. Hume, did visit
tho place, and forciblj gain entrance.
removing tho goods therefrom and
forcibly compelling Mrs. Burns, who
was in cteiicato uoaltn, to leavo the
premises, and did assault her at that
time, from tho effects of which s:ie
nas not, tuny recovered, i'or tuts.
Mr. Burns demands $50,000 damans.
Mrs. Burns sues on tho same
grounds as set forth, in tho second
?omplaint of her husband, and for a
ike amount. Mr. Burns states that
Mr. Hume at ono timo built a fence
of barbed wire around a piece of land
Burns had bought for a home, and
stationed armed guards there to pre-
ent him from taking possession.
Mr. Burns had a photograph taken of
tho scene. Telegram.
Important Nsvys Notes
Tuesday. Aim. l.r.
Aio Cary, marshal of Vale, Oregon, shot
nnd killed Clinrlcs Madden. X drunken
row whs on and Cary wi3 attetni.tiir to et-t-
t It the fiiPH.
Portland Chinrso aro said to he raising
moniiB to aid tLo Cliinoo in thoir boycott
against tlio United States
Ono of llauuii's volcunos has become ac
An eight-year-old Ikv, near Ke!.so, Vnh.,
lst a foot by the accidental discharge of a
fho gun in the hands of another buy,
A masked man held up a saloon keeper at
Sinim-field, Oregon, and got away with $1-'.
L port, Indiana, has a case of yellow fever
Wkunksuay. Ant;. Ill
Keport from tho far linst suites that tho
Japanese troops aro getting anxious to light
the Uu5Mans again, In a slight action
wherein tho Knssians were tho aggressors.
they were coii'tnlltd to rctho beforo the
Tho Judson Powder Works at San 1'ran
Cisco, blew up, killing threo workmen. Tho
entiie city wns skakeu by the explosion.
The Trans Mississippi Comuieicial Con
gress convened at Portland today.
The Viceroy of Nankin has been ordered
to stop tho boycott against this country
There are GO.OSIt fraudulent names on the
voting list of Pbilndelj.liia
Judge Hunt, of Montana, will not arrive
at Portland until Sept. "th, to resume the
land fraud cas, g.
TunwmT. Aug. 17
An excursion train ran into an open draw
BANK of BANDON,
HOAltl) OF DIKECTOKS; J. L. Krosenbeiio, President, J. Dicn-holm, Vice. Prea.
F. J. Faiiy. ('ashier, Fnk Flam, T. P. Hanly.
A general banking business transacted, and customers given every accommodationt
consistent with safe and conservative banking.
Correspondents: The American National Bank of San Francisco, California,
Merchants' National Bank, Portland, Oregon.
The Chase National Bank of New York.
Hank !. Open from t) it. in. to 1 tit., ntnl 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and,
Shoes, Provisions, Groceries.
near Portsmouth. Va.. carrying V.X) persons AJwaVS OR hand n Fnl1 S,oc,v of 5' (rain
with it. 1L' persns were killed and CO ' MiJ! "..jj klnds of
E'aisi'.s rcat Ptc(aclc.
"Tho t.:i.t Ilnys of riin)eli'' unit Its
tlorci'ous riri;".vorks Display.
nnd progressive dairymen on the
river, and will still coudnct their lare
Amon the ihin comin; is a Ball
to 1. ivfi at Un!!anls on rfat unlay
j Concert Co. wbich appears in Opera I .vii rmi ,-.. nn;nn ;iIi .. ..
'I'L 1?i - -r it . si . . . - r '
xno lucumoDii jioaiev uo. wuo null. 1 ru av ami atnn lav eveniti'.
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iuu iiiL-uinuiiu .ueui.-y iiiu.sinn'ii!,...,,,,,,, S,..,,.,,,.!,,
show here next Friday and Saturday . are aware tbat the Castle Family bne
evenings, have a new onttit, nnd yon visited Bandon and other Coos Conn
will not be bored with the flickering; ty townc, but nevertheless they come,
dazzling glare tbat too frequently ac-1 contident tbat they can give satif-fac-company
moving picture. Among tion and merit the patronage of the
the bceno6 will bo the live mile parade J people,
that accompanied President Booso-j Bev. George A. lioach, the Presby
velt s inauguration. : terian minister in charge here, arrived
Tho Coqnille Public School will last Friday and preached twice on
open September 11th: Following is Sunday. Hifi family, consisting of a
a list of the teachers employed: J. P. , wife and ono child, will come in the
Wells, of Seio. Oregon, principal; near future. Ho will occupy the resi
Ellen M. Benmi-. grammar dept.; deuce, of Bev. A. Llaberly, who will
Lucy Nowland, Cottage Grove, 5th move outo the property he purchased
nnd fkh grade1?: .Mrs. H. T. W ooten. ' from Virgil Fi-her.
;lth gride; Inez Liu. Myrtle Point,; uh (firl,vuf Lltih( ,,hn has
id grade: Mrs. J. A. "ioakam. 2d . , . i f ,", t . ,.
a vi.-it to his sister in law, .Mis. C. 1).
Stillwell nnd her familv. left Tues-
MAmuEi). At the residence of the ,nv noruitig on his return home. .Mr.
officiating clergyman. Bev. Adolph ' (rby was accompanied on his visit
Haberly. Aug. 17lh, 7:39 l'..M., Isaac ,,('ro hv 1,is uife aml tanlitT ls
Sonn and .Miss Nancy E. Harvey, wife's sifter, his wife and hor sifter
both of Bandon. " i being istlls to Mrs. C. D. Stillwell.
i.. t i ... ! -
x on o.i.i.e. iio'iso ol live rooms j
with outhouses, and one acre good !
garden ground, enclosed by full-grown j
cypress Ledge. ' j The Bichinon.l-.Mt-dley Illustrated
Apply fn J. Dkmiolm. ' Concert Co. will show iu Bandon,
Fob SIneT ?ol 1x7 Fri,la' 1111,1 "W euings, Aug.
and ontlinildinL's: lot lixt.'i feet: situHti-il . inth and 2Gtb.
iu inn street near Hroomhnndle bacnirv.
oral invitation is extended the public.
Dr. S. L. Perkins v.h:i has been ab
sent for the past seven weeks in North
Carolina, having been called ihre by
tho sickuess ami death of bis father,
returned homo last Monday evening.
Ho is again ready to answer all calls.
grade; Fannie Gettj', Empire, lst
i'rioe fa). Enquire at tin oflice.
hrefe lota in Ctrtwrjjht Addition.
If .you cannot find what yon want
anywhere else in town, come to the
This company comes with a rare lot
of moving picture ncenery and de
scriptive song, and aro not of the
''cheap John'' style, but aro confident
of giving satisfaction and pi using
Among tho scenes, will be shown
The Wonderful Egg,; The. great Train
Hold uf), and other -scenes tbat aro
new and well worth seeing.
Descripti.o songs My Old Oregon
Home and other melodies will bo
rendered by talent that will enlist the
attention of the audience.
Admission 25 and 15 cents.
Dr. Jas Withycombe, of the Oregon
Agricultural College at Corvallis.
writes that ho with threo or four of
his stalT will bo hero and hold
meetings as follows: Mvrtlo Point
Sept the 2nd, Coqnillo the -It b, and
Mar.-hlield the 5th. All farmers
A P:tiu! Ac i id "itt.
One of the saddest accidents that
ever occurred in the vicinity of Gold
Ueach happened last Saturday, Aug,
12, at about 1:30 o'clock. J. L.
Wright in company with Frank Jones
was sinking prospect holes on the
beach near D. CunnifT-i: they had dug
the hole down some eleven or twelve
feet before noon, and on returning
after dinner started to sink tho hole
a little deeper.
Mr. Wright went down into it. while
Jones was hoisting ?ho dirt or sand
with a bucket. They had hoisted but
a few buckets when the shaft caved
nearly all around catching him stand
ng straight up against on" wali still
holding the shovel in his hand, lie
was buriod completely, the sand being
about three feet deep over his head.
Jones dug awhile as fast as ho could,
but the sand kept eounug in ho fast
that ho could not gain on it at all, so
lie ran for help. It was but a very
.short time nut il there was 11 or 15
persons there; thoydidall they could,
but when his head was uucovered, he
was dead. Si ill tho men worked on
as ranidly as possible, yet it must
have been all of an hour before we
could get tho body out of the sand in
which he was buried. Gold Beach
Maybe wo hav one left, if so, the
price will please you.
Our stock is 8'nall, bat the goods
are of a good quality, and tho prices
Wo make J,Casb Buying" an object
fo tho purchaser, at
I TAULES SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST
TH E M Ait K ET AFFOHI )S.
Meals at all Hours.
A liberal share of Public Patronage
MRS. E. J. HITE, PnnpfiiETitcss.
Bandon. - - Oregon
H. A. COX, Prop.
Fresh Provisions n G ,333:133 on
H an nd Coming.
SNOW-DItlFT, SPEKUY. AND WHOLE
Choice Hams and Bacon, Fruit and
Pain's stupendous pyrotechnical
spectacle. 'Tho Last Days of Pom
peii" unquestionably the most mar
velous dpeu air rspc ctaculai aijl scenic
pxhibitiJ.n in tho world, will be seen
for tho lirst time on the Coast, at tl.o
popular re-ort 'The OuK," in Port
land, on Monday evening, Aug. 2Sth.
To those who havo never witnessed
ono of Pain's wouderful s-hows, the
experience is as novel as it is enjoya
ble. Tbj aro so unlike anything in
the amusement line, and ho vast and
extensive in their scope, that tho spec
tator involuntarily admires the daring
and ingenuity of the men who aro r -sponsible
for them. They are a ka
leidoscope of acres of massive hand
somely painted scenery, hundreds of
gailv costumed performers, daring
chariot racing, acrobats, bo.. itching
dancers, stirring music, gorgeous pa
geants, glaring, myriads of lights,
wonderful fireworks, anil pyrotcchuic
displays beyond human conception.
Tho exhibition depicts in a thrillingly
interesting manner, tho most tragic
episode in Roman histor, tho de
struction of ancient Pompeii by the
Volcano of Vesuvius. This latter
feature is depicted in a startling man
ner, and the spectator trembles for
tho safety of tho hundreds of actors
who aro seemingly buried beneath tho
fiery debris of tho fallen city. Tho
entire production is brought direct
from New York iu IK) huge cars, and
fully 500 pooplo and artists aro ro
quired in tho exhibition. "Tho Last
Days of Pompeii" is what made Coney
Island famous, and tho O. V. it L
By deserve great credit for tho under
taking. Excursion trains will bo run
on all lines, and tho special salo of
seats commence on Thursday, Aug.
wounded. Tho killed anil injured wore
mostly colored pooj-Ie.
The Hpoikt-rs at tlio Trans Mississippi
ConyreHs favor revision of t lie immigration
laws. Lot in some Chinese and abut oat
Tlie crises is said to bo clo?o at baud in
the nonce negotiations.
Walter P. Kraft, transfer olerk of the
Eqnitahle Trait Company, at Chicago, is
missing, and his accounts are $'20 000 short.
The Hnlfmoon Hay stngt in California,
was held up and the passengers robbed and
tho strong box taken.
Eiiin.KY, Ang. IS
Hankers SchilT and Gnggvnheiius of New
Yoi k each receivrd a package containing a
bo nth designed for tin ir execution.
Frank Ward of Pueblo forced his 10-yenr-old
danghtpr to take poison nnd then com
mitted sniride by taking the same drag.
Gns Hobliss, n Chicago clerk started to
take $10,000 to the bnnk for hi3 employer.
and made off with the nioncv
Hugh Watt, a London financier and for
mer member of Parliament, lias been ar
rested for plotting to kill his wife
A ab"r. i!iV in Dodds Narrows, on Vnget
Sonnd is supposed to have, been scuttled.
ltno"PveIt will Irv to heal the differences
between the envoys of the Peace Confer,
A resolution pns'ed tho Trans-Mississippi
Cougre.ss to admit n ore Chinese.
State room near Ihe Portland Fair bnrned
Two persons were btirtn d to d ath, nrd sev
eral others were injnted. Los N '0O0.
Two bombs were set o(T iti Sam toga, N.
Y. Windows were broken and the people
Japan prefers continuation of war to snr
render of demands.
Ffrn Creek mill at South Hcnrt, Wash.,
bnrned down. The loss was S 10.000.
Moxnw, Aug. til.
Another grMid jnrv is summoned at Port
land to look after bind fraud matters.
An attempt was made on the life of the
Qneen of Italy.
Portland had a tiro Monday night with a
loss of si.v.oro.
Seed Grain S'
kinds in stock.
A full supply of butter ke-, enbes. paper, etc., ete.
Will handle your Butter and Produce in unlimited amounts.
Bandon, - Oregon.
MISS L. G. GOULD, Matron
A Private Hospital, well equippe for the treatment of Surgical an
Trained nnrscs in attendance.
For information address Vi'M. HORSFALL. M. D.
Bandon Meat Market,
T. Anderson Prop.
Will Keep on Hand at all Times
Fresh Beef, Pork, Mutton, Smoked Meats, Lard,
Sausages, Etc., also
Fresh Vegetable, Poultry. Egg?, Butter nnd all Farm Produce.
I will pay highest mnrkoc price for beef, pork, rmitton,vool, bides, otc.
Plaindealer: Congressman Her
mann returned home Thursday from
Portland where ho attended tho Har
riman banquet and slates that ho was
assured that operation on the Drain,
(Joos Bay railroad would commence
at I ho earliest possible date after the
permanent survey is completed, and
tho right of way was secured.
Portland and vicinity was visited
by a refreshing shower of rain last
week, but this part of Oregon has
not received anything of that kind
yel, although n good shower would
refresh ihiugs generally aud start the
J. D. Hunyan, of Butlervillo, Ohio,
laid I ho peculiar disappoaranto of his
painful symploms of indigestion and
biliousness, to Dr. King's Now Life
Pills. Ho 8ayn: 'They aro a perfect
remedy for dizziness, sour stomach,
headache, constipation, etc." Guar
an teed at 0. Y. Lowe's Drug Htore.
Anjj. IS. -Vainer 1 lizuhith, Jensen, 3
dny from San Francisco.
Ana. 'M. Schr Huhy. Korth. H days froni
San Francisco to Prosper .Mll Co.
Ahl'. '-M. Sclir Viipielle, O.-jkinsr. I t days
from San Francisco to Aberdeen Mill.
An. 20. Stmr Elizabeth, Jensen, to S. F.
Oregonian ono tiling has long
been a custom, yet never should have ;
been tolerated and ought to bo stop
pod now, namely: Payment of money
out of the State Treasury to promote
gambling at the State Fair.
is often caused by sores, ulcers, and
cancers, that eat away your skin.
Wm. Bedell, of Flat Hock, Mich.,
says: "1 have used Buckleu's Arnica
Salvo for ulcers, sores and cancers.
It is the best healitigrlresbing I ever
found." Soothes and heals cuts, burns
aud scalds. 2oc at C V. Lowe's Drug
Dry Goods of Every- Description.
Ladies Coats, Capes and Collarettes.
Soots Sc Siioes
Fresh Groceries of all Kinds,
Suits Made to Measure.
AGENT FOR WARNER'S RUST PROOF CORSET.
Blacksmitli Sd "Wagon
Every man owes i? to Himself aud his fam
ilv l.i master :i trnde or orole-iMion. Keid
the display advertisement of the six .Memo!
School-; of Trlrtiraphy. in this is-ne, and
learn now easily a yt.n. u man or lady may
learn telegraphy and be as-mred a position.
O- T- Blumenrotlier
U. S. Commisioner and Notary Public
Filinys and Final proofs made on Home
steads, 'l imber Claims and cither V. S. Lands
Money I.ouiih Neuotlutfd on Approveil
.: u 1 lty.
Oilke hi room 10 Heyerl Haildinc, Han
dott. Uesidence on Unite Creek, Oregon.
All Itlntl or Krai Kutate bonjiltt ami
Wagons cf all kinds made to order.
Job work attended to promptly and all work Kiiaranteed to yivo satisfaction.
lvc;:sou.".ble. . .
Horseshoeing a, Specialty
S Court Oureii of the Forest X. 17,
roivler tf Anierlea. 5:
Wrenshall & Wrenshall,
HOUND HOUSK C.A J.1.V.U Y. IIAMI
'OIMtTQl'KKN OE THE FOHES'l'.
No. 17. meets I'rniav ni:n 01 earnKj
iweek. in unnorete nan. uainn'u. ii""
'A cordial welctme is extended to all vis-;
.';;tin.T brothers. E. M. Hh ChKHH , S
S W. V. Fhiikh. Chief Kanner.
V. Fin. Senretarv.
Dr. 3HL I-i- Houston,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Ofllee over Fnrnitnre Store. Honrs, 0 to VJ.
a.m. 1 ::) to 4, p 111.: 7 to 8 in tho evening.
HANIJON, - - OKKtaiN.
ID jr. S- Prk.iiis,
PHYSICIAN cC- SURGEON,
Ofllco ovor Wm. Gallier's Store.
Otlice hours f. to II a.m.
Call at, residence at other hears.
UAMJON Lt)l)Cii:,Sii. 1 15, A. F. A. 31 H
i? f ANDON LODG E. No. 1 15. A. F.A .M.
Stated cominnnications tirat Sat-
V:urdsv after the full moon of each .j
month. All .Master .Masons coruiai.-y;x
invited. W C. SNDEKSUN, W. it. S
IIA.NMON LtlllOK N.. 13a. I. O.O. F ;
1 AN DON LODGE. No. 133, 1. 0. O
L) meets every Satnrdav ovenm.ic
J..isitinc brothurs iu good standllijiSj
A. J. HAHTAIAN.
G KO. 1. T01JING,
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR AT LA y
Hand on, - - - - Oregon.