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BANDON, OREGON: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1905
Saturday Night, October Twenty-Eight,
The Show yon will like, remember the date.
Dr. and Mrs. Snook and baby Helen
bave returned from Portland.
Tfaos Lmglois has been on the sick
list for several days, but is improving
For Sale. White cedar posts at
five cents each. Address A. llaberly,
Elbert Dyer is having a new roof
pot on the west end of the warehouse,
which coutains tbe office and store
room of the Bandon Commercial Co.
The steamer Elizabeth came in yes
terday, having ISO tons of freight.
Captain Auderson, C. T. Blumen
rother and Theodore Bradley were
Benton Hoyt, who has been absent
for some weeks visiting the Portland
Exposition and looking aft.-r insur
ance in other parts of the state, re
turned home last Friday evening.
H. A. Cox, the grocer, moved into
bis new store last week and is now
nicely located and as happy as a cook.
He will be glad to meet and serve his
old patrons at his new place of busi -
nees I Dr. Perkins was called to the New
Tho tng Triumph is at Prosper un- j Lake country, last Saturday, to attend
dergoing repairs Some trouble was j Mrs. Lvi Goff, who was in a critic: 1
encountered in putting the vessel on j condition, but who was somewhat bet
the ways as the cradle proved too ter at last account,
weak to sustain the weight, and broke I A numbpr of Ban(lon rpsidonfi ,mvo
down. The trouble has not been al- :.- .
together overcome yet.
N. Thrnsh returned homo last Sat
urday from his visit to Portland and
Washington. Mrs. Thrush, whose
death occurred soon after they left
hera, died from tbe effect of heat soon
after reaching her brother's whom
,t bey had gone to visit.
A. D. Fetter, of Drain, Oregon,
who recently disposed of his news-
paper business at that place was in
f tit- . ,r
town this week looking around. Mr-
Fetter is looking after a locution and 1
will visit Curry county to investigate
tbe newspaper field there.
Tbe Recorder is needing all sub
scriptions due, and is sending out
statements as fast as possible, and j
"wTrrapprecihto prompt fesI)3TRcrTtir
x n n t i
amounts generally are smau, uence ,
do not think that what yon owe is t
unimportant. We need it.
Robert Bollard was in town Mon
day evening, and from him we learned
(hat tbe Prosper Cannery had put up
nearly S,000 cases of salmon. Tho
run of fish has slackened, but it has
been one of the largest that has taken
place for some years. The cannery
bere has put up over 7,000 cases.
F. W. Smith, the fish wardon from
North Fork, is down looking after
the duties of his office. Some of the
fishermen did not comply with ihe
provisions of the law by properly
marking boats and nets. Most of
them have plead gnilty and paid '
their fine. F. A. Holmao will stand ;
The Knights of Pythias are still
moving forward arrangements for
their annual Ball, and their posters
wiH appear in two or three davs.
The Knights are able eutertamers j
and have no such word as fail in their
calendar, so that the public cau look
forward to a rousing old time on the
evening of the 18th of November.
Applets for Sale.
Tbe undersigned vviil fill orders fpr
loe unaersiguen win un oniers ipr
Apples, placing same on board tho 1
steamer, at 25 cents a box, purchasers
. .' 1
John Gilerdi. Rivcrton, Ore
Peter Are, tbe Market Gardener, of
Bridge, will fill orders for Tomatoes j
and deliver on boat nt Myrtle Point,
for two cents a ponnd.
Address alt orders to
If you cannot find what you want
anywhere else in town, come to the
Maybe we have one left, if so, the
price will please yon.
Onr Btock is small, but tbe goods
are of a good quality, and tbe prices
We make ''Cash Buying" an object
f o the purchaser, at
Oot. 28th Oct. 28th
Ask yonr neighbors to toll their
; neighbors to patronize Ihe Entertairi-
raon 0D October 2Sth. under the di-
roct contro1- Bnd for tbe benefit of
your Home ISnml.
Conference of the M. E
Church South, has returned Rev. H
M. Branham to the charge at Coquille .
The North Bend Furniture Factory
has been sold, and the statement is
made that it will start up again soon.
Miss Theresa Manciet and Miss Flo
Fahy returned home Monday evening
from attendance at the Portland Ex
Last week's Coos Bay News an
nounces the marriage of Otto Schotter
and Miss Alico Aiken, tho cerenionj
taking place at Portland.
Dr. J. Curtis Snook, Dentist, is at
tbe North Pucjtic prepared to do den
tal work. Those wishing work done,
please make appointments early.
Sick headache is caused by a disor
; dered condition of tbe stomach, and
is quickly cured by Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale
' i,y (J. Y. Lowe
Coquille Valley, during the past
week or two and laid in a supply or
apples for the winter.
J. D. Stewart started for Ro-obnrg
last Sunday morning with his brother-in-law
and wife, Mr. and Mis. J.
D. Bain, who have been visiting Mr
Stewart aud family for some time.
. Mr. Bain and wife have none back to
jtbeir home in Knil8ns
j . .r T . .. . . ,
Coast Mail: Judge Bailev, of Gold
. . , t
at the Horsfall hospital some weeks
ago, was sufficiently recovered to
leave that institution yesterdaj-. The
Judge, will, however, remain in town
a week or two before returning to his
The DeMills -8&uri
Company showed here last Friday
anA uutt1l.ja n;i.tB i... .
l la u v si I W 1 v lJ UlUtif tMU t 1 1 I'll lr
goers of Bandon are not very euthusi-
astic over their enlertaiuing ability.
Generally speaking the show was a
very common aflair. Their Sunday
afternoon ma'tinee was declared off ou
accouut of failure of attendance. One
actor, however, was exceptionally
good; Happy Watson was the louo
star in the group.
Coast Mail: Justis Seline came into
town tbia morning for medical assist
ance, having a rather badly injured
eye whioh required attention, Mr.
Seline was rafting with E. Wittick,
and was steering tho boat down Coos
river yesterday morniug, when, feel
ing the need of asmoke, ho requested
one of bis companions to fill his pipe
for him. The boys put powder in the
bottom of tho pipe, thinking to play
a practical joke on Mr. Seline. The
powder explodrd, injuring his eye.
and illustrating the crimiual idiocy
: of such practical jokes.
On October 28th, the Bandon Con
cert Band will give their first indoor
Eutertainmeut for the Winter peason.
For this occasion they have been ex
tremely fortunate in securing the
favorite specialty artiste, Miss Rita
Gardner, known on the Concert
Vand villo stage as tho favorite
always charming artiste, ably ass
bv Vernon aud Mildred Valeutine in
their double specialties. The program
in brief, follows: "The Stowaway"
j "Ostler Joe" Irish and serio comic
songs Song aud dance Coon Shout-
ing "A lovely day for a walk" etc.
Change of costume for each act. Full
particulars and program next week.
Remember the date. Bring your
Good, Pleasant, Sunny Rooms can he
had at reasonable price from
Mrs. Emma Erickson,
on At water Street,
BANDON, - OREGON.
Room per mouth, HS ; per week, 91.25 ;
per night, 25cU.
TABLES SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST
THE MARKET AFFORDS.
Meals at all Hours.
A liberal share of Public Patronage
MRS. E. J. HITE. PaopaiETBzss.
Bandon, - - Oregon
Ato'ph R. Hultin and Miss Winnio
Tennison wero married at tho homo
of the bride's parents, three miles
south of Bandon, last evening, Rev.
A. Haherly, officiating.
G. A, Armitage, of Marehiield, shot
and killed Mrs. Rachel Stoops of tha
placo last Tuesday. Tho woman do
fended horseif and shot Armitage
three times before he succeeded Jiu
killing her. Both are dead. Armi
tage seems to have been infatuated
with the woman who discouraged his
attentions. Mrs. Stoepa leaves
husband and five childron, aged from
2 to 15 years.
School opened this week with a few
new scholars. Miss Waldvogel had
two for tho Sixth Grade.
There is somo sickness iu tho inter
mediate rooms, several pupils having
The Librarian has been kept very
busy since school begun. Miss Wai
st rom's pupils seem to tako tho most
interest iu this line.
The first Fire Drill was held last
Tuesday afternoou, but it was not
much of a success; oue of tho young
ladies of tho Advanced Tenth Grade
was so excited that she fell down
Misses Walstrom, Waldvogel and
Wilkins have beeu cleaning and im
proving their rooms by washing tho
windows and putting up curtains and
The Advanced Tenth Grade held
their usnal meeting Tuesday evening,
and selected their class colors and
motto. Their colors being Old Roso
and Gren, and their motto, '-Transi
vimus sinus led occanus ultra jacot"
or, "We nave croesed tue bay, tho
ocean lies beyond."
The Advauced Tenth have been
having a difficult time with their
Rhetoric this week, but the storm
seems to be clearing away. E. B. S.
Del Norte Record: The coast rail
road snrvpy party completed work
this week in the noiuhhorhood of the
Klamath river. They started a sur
vpy on Prairie creek, about ten miles
on tue south snlo ot tne iviamaui
river, and worked northward. They
will now proceed south from Prairie
creek, ami probably by early spring
will bo opposite Trinidad, Humboldt
county. Tburoygh work being done
makes tho laying out of tho line slow.
The camp was moved thirteen miles
south of tho Klamath yesterday.
The gasoline schooner Oakland put
in an appearance hero last Saturday,
beiug 3i days in coming from San
Francisco. Tho Oakland is a small
schooner and will carry something
over a hundred M feet or lumber,
making headway at about 7 miles an
bonr under favorable circumstances.
She brought in some freight and had
also a consignment of freight to de
liver at Siuslaw, from which placo
she intended taking a load of lumber
to the city, but having broken some
part of her machinery, she had a
casting made at tho foundry here, and
tho break repaired, henco sho unload
ed her Siu.law consignment, and
while repairs were being made took
on lumber at Carman fe Crites mill,
and will go hack to ban rranciscn
On her return she will go on to Sius
law, and after visiiing the city the
secoud time will come here again ac
cording to present arrangement.
Knights of Pythias
Nov. 18th, 1905.
Full of Tragic Meaning.
are thesn linos from J. H. Simmonp,
of Casey, Iowa. Think what might
have resulted from bis terrible cough
if he had not taken the medi
cine about which he writes: ''I had a
fearful cough, that disturbed my
night's rest. I tried everything, but
nothing would relieve it uutil I took
Dr. King's Now Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, which
completely cured mo." Instantly re
lieves and permanently cures all
throat and lung diseases; prevents
grip and pneumonia. At C. Y. Lowe,
Druggist Guaranteed. 50c and 1.
Trial bottle free.
H. A. COX, Prop.
Fresh Provisions and Grooeries on
Hand and Coming.
SNOW-DltlFT, 8PEUKY, AND WHOLE
Choice Hams and Bacon, Fruit and
The Raymond Company.
The Great Raymond Co. that
showed hero Monday and Tuesday
nights is about tho best troupo that
has yet Inon seen in Baudon. Every
number was excelleut.
Mr. Raymond is certainly a wizard,
The way ho manages to extricate
himsolf from handcuffs is wonderful.
His trunk mystery is almost 'super
natural. But th' way ho managed
to adorn your hnmble editor with tin
cans, sleigh bells, aud tho like, with
his hands securely tied, is tho most
marvelous thing he accomplished.
Tho other members of the company
Gonzola, the contortionist, is fin
ished in his lino. Miss Cross is very
clever iu her comedy impersonation?.
Eddie Van is very funny, and his
cartoon work is tho best seen here.
Al Marlella, tho acrobat, convulsed
tho audienco. His head mnst be
made of iron. Miss O'Neal is a re
markable singer for a woman. She
has a rich baritone voice.
Mr. Raymond's work in hypnotism
is far more successful than any other
that has appeared here.
Th company will return soon, pre
senting a now program, and will be
greoted with a crowded house as Ban-
douites appreciate a good, clean en-
or an Eight Hour Day.
R.W.Getty, special organizer of
tho Shipwright's Association visited
this section n fow days ago as repre-
Kontnlivft nf fho nraflni7ntmn nnd fnr
,i . . . ,, ., . .
the purpose of furthering tho inter-
i V tL r,
ests of tho craft m Coos county.
The object of Mr, Getty's visit was
to introduce or brine about such ac
tion among tho builders and ship
carpenters in Coos that would result
in me anopuon 01 an eigui uour aay,
iusteud of working ton hours as is
In his travels on this trip Mr. Getty
had gono as far uorth as Vancouver,
in British Columbia ami had visited
all tho shipyards from there down.
and before finishing his trip would
visit tbeso belweeu Coos und ban
organization and its benefits to the
laboring class, and in all his travels
.. i .i . ,i
to shipyards ou the coast, Coos conn-
ty is Ihe only place that has longer
than eight hours labor in the yards,
and so far as his nssociatiou with the
shipwrights in Coos had been ex
tended the conditions seomed favor-
ablo to fall into line.
Uuder present conditions organiza
tion of the laboring classes has bien
necessary m older to stand oil tue
encroachmeut of capital. Strikes are
costly experiments but it 18 claimed
tiat but few uavo tiiKen place in
which gaius have not accrued to the
aboring classes. Even those in which
the organizations have seemingly lost.
t is claimed, have after tho espira-
ion of a fow months, resulted in
cringing about tuo cleaned conuilion.
Organization has brought abont
many dusirublo changes which has
bettered tho laboring classes, chiefly
among which changes has been tho
reduction of hours constituting a
day's work. Of tho man working in
tbe largo cities it may bo said that it
gives him a cuauco to becomo ac
quainted with his family, as uuder the
old regime in many cases he was op
and gone before his children wero out
of bed and did not return uutil thoy
had boon sent to rest for tho night.
Then it became necessary to stop
oncroachmont of capital and Hhut out
competativo labor as capital too fre
qnently dictated the terms by giving
labor tho optiou of coming to its
terms or not boing employed.
W hile we do not look upon the
pre.seut ordor as being the best means
to secure equality, yot under present
conditions labor must stand together
to keep from being crushed.
Don't IJorrow Trouble.
It is a bad habit to borrow any
thiug, but the worst thing yon can
poBsibly borrow, is trouble. When
sick, soro, heavy, weary aud worn out
by the pains and poisons of dyspep
sia, biliousnoss, Brigbt's disease, and
D;m;io ;fQrnn1 HJunrrlnrs. rinn't cifc
down nnd brood over your symptoms,
but flv for relief to Electric Bitters.
wQr mn will find sure and Derma I
U J j.
Hoot forgotfuiness of all yonr trou-
bles, and your body will not be bur-
,.tnaii lir lnnd of debt disease. At
VU- J - - I
T.nwfl'fl Drill? Store. Guaranteed.
BANDON, - OKEGON.
All kinds of fuel wood delivered on
Malf orilcru promptly attended to.
New Cure fur Canner.
All surface cancers aro now known
to be curablo, bv Bnckleu's Arnica
Salve. Jas. Walters, of Dnfliold, Va
writes: "I had a cancer on my lip for
years, tuat seemod incurable, till
Bnckleu's Arnica Salvo healed it, an
now it is perfectly well." Guanm
teed cure for cuts aud burns. 252 at
Lowe's Drug Store.
Important News Notes
Tuesday. Oct. 10.
Lust year tho Matnnt Life Insurance Co
paid $72,801 for ltiucbeouH for its clerical
A collego Btndont. at Corvnllia, while ran
ning nt fall speed to tako part in a uuzinu
frnoas, stumbled nnd fell with his head
against n tree, rendering uiiu ancousuious
for 12 hours.
Tho Philadelphia liasetmll team won from
the Now York AmoriouiiH in n score of U to 0
for the world's championship.)
A store keeper at Havana, Conn, was
choked to death and the body locked in one
of the trunks in his establishment, and
$2,000 taken from the safe.
secretary llitcucook intends Riving an
airing to land thieves iu other stutes us well
aa iu Oregon.
"Wednesday, Oct. 11
There was trouble between a construction
crow and train men at Glenbrook Crossing,
near Kiddles, Oregon, iu which some 80
Greeks wero involved with the train crow
The foreman's wifo was killed in the scrim-
mage. The Greeks have bet-n arrested.
A New York rmii:tcr maintained three
wivort, two being residents in tho same ilnt.
when tho discovery took place.
R fust rftiirod train near Cloverdnle. li. C-
took Are, and caused a panic nmong the
passengers, several of whom received severe
lujunes. Ihe oar was detached and wns
consamoJ by the fire,
' t ,
Thursday, Oct. 12.
The third contt6t between tho New York
and Philadelphia -.baseball teams ends in a
Dntl -ofeut for Philadelphia, the score being
0 to -
nf n ,,. . v .
committed saicido rather thau face investi-
gotion on a charge of looting an estate.
1 i i. ur ..: ..t. i rt.. ii;ir
f?m reB,'Rn' beil, diss'ltisfit-d with tuo
Mr. nnd MrB. Wiiam Uncuec of Ii08 An.
geles, wore run over bv an automobile in
New York. They were not seriously hnrt.
Germany is saffering from a meat famine.
.... . ,
a rabbit market is to bo inaugurated.
Mp? Alice Hoosovelt and party sailed for
home from Yokohama.
I 1 V I .A
1U0 uw lorK CH"""- n .., ,o-
day iu the great baseball contest,
Wm rush or Cnrti8( wilh n wmmn
companion, tried to mnrder W'm Ellis, at
Portland, has been identified as Milton
Franklin Andrews, who is cb rged with the
murder of Hes-sie Boutou, on Mt. Cutler,
Colo., Oct. si. UK14.
Tho Presbyterian Synod met at La Grande,
Oregon, todny, about 100 ministers being
Franco is planning a big show of warships
to impress Venezuela.
Section hauJs who were rnshing down the
mountain on a ilnt car in Blue Canyn, Cal..
collided with a train and two of their nam
ber were instantly killed, while two others
of thoir comrades wero fatally injnred.
Satukdat. Oct. 14.
Fire persona were carried to death by a
huge wnvo that swept the deck of the steam
er Campania, on tho Atlantic Ocean, lust
Wednesday, and HO more wero injnred.
Tho New York lmsebnll aggregation won
tho World's IVnnant in the contest with the
MA It INK.
Oct. 12 Schr Fortnnn, Anderson, 2.T days
from Fort Clarence, Alaska.
Oct. 14. Gasoline echr Oakland. Hughes.
'X days from ban Francisco.
Oct. 18. btmr Elizabeth, Jensen, CG hours
from bnn Francisco.
Services iu the M.E. Church nest
Sunday, as follows:
11 a.m.. subject, "God's
Plan in Building." Evoning, 7:U0 p.m
subject, "False Culture." Sabbath
School, 10 a.m. Epworth League,.
0:30 p m. W, 11. T. Bhowse,
3Dr. S- Tj. Perkins,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
UANDON, OK KG UN.
Oflice at residence on fourth Street.
IDr. EL Ij. Hovistoxi,
PHYSICIAN & SUliGEON
Oflico over Fnrnitnre Stor. Honrs,!) to 12,
O.m. 1 rlW to 4. p.m
7 to 8 in tho evening.
OK EG ON.
O T Blam.iirotlier
U. S. Commisioner and Notary Public
F.,inca nnd Finn, (M)fs mnde ou IIome
steads, Timber Claims and other U. b. Lands
Money Loan NeKotlated ou Approve.!
Otllco in room 10 Hoyorle Bnihlinc, Kan-
don. KoHidence on Hutte Oreek, Oregon.
All UIiuIr of
Ueiil KHtato hoimlit nnd
Wrenshall & Wrenshall,
BOUND iroUSK GA LLKItV, BANDON
BANK of BANDON,
BO AUD OF DIUECTOUS; J. L. KnoNENnuao, Provident, J. DESiioLi:, Vice Pres.
F. J. Fahy, Cashier, Fbank Flam, T. P. IIanly.
A general bnnking business transacted, and customers giyeu every accommodation
consistent with safe nnd conservative banking.
v Correspondents: Tha American National Bank of San Prancisco, California.
Merchants' National Bank, Portland, Oregon.
The Chase National Bank of New York.
Uank Is Opsn from O a.m. to 13 m., nnd 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and
Shoes, Provisions, Groceries.
Always on hand lSlxlMu Seed Grain & STB
Mill Feeds. kinds iu stock.
A full supply of butter kegs, cnlics. papers, etc., etc.
Will handle your Butter and Produce in unlimited amounts.
Bandon, - - - - Oregon.
MISS L. G. GOULD, Matron
A Private Hospital, well equipped for the treatment of Surgical and,
Trained nurse in attendance.
For information address "Wil. HOUSFALL, M. D.
Bandon Meat Market,
T. Anderson .Prop.
Will Keep on Hand nt all Times
Fresh Beef, Pork, Mutton, Smoked Meats, Lard,
Sausages, Etc., also
Fresh Vegetables Poultry, Eggs, Butter and till Farm Produce.
I will pay highest market price for beef, pork, mutton.wool, bides etc.
O. A. Trowbridge,
Dry Goods of Every Description
Ladies Coats, Capes and Collarettes.
Boots &o Biioe
Fresh Groceries of
Suits Made to Measure.
AGENT FOR WARNER'S RUST
Shields & Kennedy,
Blaofeisro-itlx &o Wagon
Wagons of all kinds made to order.
Job work attended to promptly nnd nil work caaranteod to Kivo satisfaction.
Reasonable. . -i4.
Horseshoeing a Specialty-
wc-Si ys $'' ? f;
Court Queen of the Kure-t No. 17,
IoretcT! if Ameilcu. g--
?nomtTQUEKN (;F THE FOHEST..
5wcek. in Concrete Hall, llandon. Orejon..
4k cordial welcome i extended to all vis-
iitinc brothers. K. M. I'LACK Kit BY,
2 V. V. FwiiKn. Chief Kanj-er.
P. Fin. Secretarv."
HOWARD M. RROWXEIiL
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND
Special attention civen to collection", fore
cloauro of uiortuncefl, arnishe- and attach
El Dorado ltliljr.
t 1 . Colic Cholera and
lnarnDeriain S Diarrhoea Remedy.
Never fails. Buy it now. It may save life.
BAJsOON LODOK. No. 1 15, A.F.A..M &
SI . .t-.-v T L V 11 K A W A XT
1 ) Stated commnnications first bat- ..J
urdav after the fall moon of each $
Kniont'h. All Master Masons cordinljy
invited. W. C. SANDEKSON, Y. il. S
ij; J. E. Wai-tkom. Sec. &
$ BANDON LODOK No. 18.104.22.168.F
T AN DON LODGE. No. 133. 1. 0. 0. F.S
9-13 meetR every Saturday evening.
'Vinitine brothers in Rood standing ry
cordially invited. K
A. J. HAKTAIAK. K. O.
g T. W. Romson, bee. i
CKO. I. TO 111 NG,
ATIOKNEY and COUNbELOll AT LAW
Bandon, - - - - Orej;on