Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 188?-1910, September 29, 1910, Image 6

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    Rebekah Whist Party.
Resolutions of Condolence. 'transact business (so they said) bui
. .dedly against the wulies ot all acquai.-il.act>
J in and out of the city. Mr. Robert» poe» to
The Light
Brigade,
an organuatioo of y.Hing
men tor Christian work, ot which he 1» a mem­
the real idea was to try to kc«|> him
Bandon, Oregon, where he will be kientibed bet. dettrea to pteteul him to any community
tl ere.
Lycurgus Lodge No. 72. K. of P
w iih the management on the busnieu attain oi the where he may cast hu lol, with the lull as»ur-
Ocean Reb< kah Logde will enter­
Tune went on and they finally IF uit National baldi of that place. He has | aace that he will be a credit to the organisation
Coquille, Ore., Sept. 6, 1410
tain at the I O. O. F. Hall, Tu»’
We. your committee, -<ppointed succeeded in getting another man to tilled ma> y important positions. both in and out j he leave» behind and a mighty help to the com-
How’s your Piano?
day evening. Oct. 4th. 8:30 o'clock
help, but tielore he had been there 1 ot banking uistitu bona in thu city, and ever wuh 1 munitv wh<re he chooaet to live.
Progressive Whist will b-* the chie' to draft resolutions, report that
See Kausrud!
1 much creda to tumsell and those represented. Of
3X e can illy afford to *ee him go, l ut our lost
Wher.as. Grace Laiid. wife of our 1 mg enough to ge* used to the
Resident Tuner
tt I attraction of the evening following
hit ability, hu urtegriiv aud prompt method io will Le somebody'» gsin and we shall expect ’o
which will lie a Musical Romance esteemed brother, George Laird, work, he found out how the funds of dispatching business matten, none can commend
hear of hu asluUies in the interest» of other» in
See or phone L. J Radley for all and Wedding. Admi-sion at door
ha-> been called by the Supreme the bank were being u->ed anti re­ turn loo highly.
the future.
Re»pwettully nil milted.
kind* of Fire Wood.
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25 cents. Refreshments free. Every
signed. The other bookkeejrer re-
Ruler
ot
the
Universe
to
the
world
A.
PALL NORF N. I’reudeot.
Mrs. A. Huber returned on the body invited.
J LLOYD OVIES. Secretory.
■«eyond. where caie and sickness s gned a short time alter this and J. L. Owens Mfg. Company,
Minneapolis. Minn.
Elizabeth from a uionth’s visit in
M M. RAMER. Director.
and trouble are unknown; therefore again left them in a pii ch. Mr.
li your piano ia out of Condition aee
February ¿3 1910.
San i rancisco.
Roberts
had
all
at
rangements
made
be it
Kaitarud.
tl
Mr. EL E Oakes, Bandon. Ore.
Executive Department
Big supply of good timothy and
i
at
this
time
to
go
to
Bandon
and
Resolved,
that
in
the
death
of
Dear
Sir:
I
am
in
receipt
ot
y
oui
communi
­
State ot South Dakota.
SALT, for packing purposes, for
rye bay at T. W. Robinson's at sile at
finallv
told
them
he
could
not
stay
cation of the 14iburst.. making uiquuin relative
Grace
Laird,
our
honored
brother
Pierre, Feb. 21. 1910.
the Bandon Warehouse
to Mr. J. W. Robcru. loruiuty of Pierre. S. D, E. E. Oakes, Ran.ion, Oregon.
veiy low prices.
3613 ¡Co.
any
longer,
tint
they
must
get
some
has sustained the loss of a faithful
37-21
and replying to same would say that V r. Rob­
My dear Mr Oakes: -Your favor of the 14 h
Kenneth Perkins ami family of
and
loving w ife, and that as a lodge, I one. In the mean time he had been erts u a very competent and trustworthy gentle­
E. E. Oakes was at Coquille
at hand inquiring as tv the personality of Mr. J.
Two-mile were Bandon visitors the
*e tender our beloved brother our | corresponding with the State Bank man of splendid morals, who u worthy of your W. Roberts, foinier Cashier of the American
Monday, taking up the votes from
first of the week.
heartfelt sympathy in this sad hour ' Examiner regarding affairs, and the trust, and I do not hesitate to recommend hin- Exchange Bank cl Pierre, South Dakota.
the east Bandon precinct.
' Examiner sent a special deputy who for any position for which he may apply.
ol
his sorrow.
During my acquaintance with Mr. Roberts (or
Mrs. F. E. Dyer and Mrs. L. J.
F. M. Leeston-Smith, editor of
V«ry
truly
yours.
over
a year, I foun I him to be a very estimable
I
spent
several
days
making
a
thor-
Re olved, that a copy ot these
Radley were up river visitors several
the Lakeport Banner, was a Bandon
C.
B.
CALLINS.
young
man. thoroughly honest, en>-tpetic and in
resolutions lie spread upon the min­ ’ ough examination of the bank. The
days this week.
diutnous and lielieve he will make you a very
visitor the first of the week.
utes ot this lodge, a copy sent our I irregularities were discovered ant The City Schools,
Mr. N. R. Smith and wife went to
competent cashier.
Mrs. Clarence Skinner, of Seattle, bereaved brother anti to the Ban­ the President, Mr. Hyde, and the
Pierre. South Dakota.
\X ith kind personal regards, I remair.
California on the Elizabeth and will Wash., arrived here last Friday to
To All to Whom this May Come:
cashier
were
forced
to
pay
back
don
R
ecorder
for
publication.
Very truly you-:,
spend the winter with their children visit her father, F. H. Mason.
several thousand dollars to square Mr. John Roberts, the bearer, has been one
R. S. VFSSEY.
Fraternally
submitted
in
F.
C
&
at Fruitvale.
of us for about two years.
it fiequently takis
things.
Jas. Olsen, of Langlois, says that B.
R.
H.
M
ast »
muc h longer than this to know some people, but
FOR SALE— l ive room cottage things are on the move at that place
Mr Roberts is modest and does
Mr. Roberts also got the names when the life is pure fiom things that need to be
G eo . T M oulton ,
and furniture, and two lots Best and that there will be a larger anti
not
boast of his work in exposing
and addresses of several liundret covered. this is sufficient time to know that life,
M. M c D onald ,
location in town. Close in. Inquire better Langlois lyefore spring.
these
swindles and takes no credit
Such
is the life of this man; he will stand
Committee people whom Hyde had swindled,
of Nels Rasmussen.
29-1!
the test and bear the closest scrutiny without for it simply saving he did his duty.
and deemed it his duty to te'l the
The school district at Gold Bea' h
—
flinching.
The steamer Dispatch is on the voted $3,000 bonds last week, f>-r
Would that more men would do
people, and also tell them to write
He is honest; he is active in the best things;
Dastardly
Attack
on
J.
W.
Roberts.
ways at the Bandon shipyards this the erection of a new school build­
their
duty.
to the U. S. P. O. inspector at he u concerned about the things that go to make
(Continued from 1st Page.)
week undergoing repairs The Fav­ ing.
Mr.
Roberts is going to investi­
Washington to investigate Hyde’s life what it should be for others.
orite is taking the Dispatch’s run.
He is thoroughly Christian.
1 here is not a gate the* attack and push it to the
The tug Klyhiam found 14 feet of ment u better than that of J. W. Roberta, and methods. Mr. Roberts hail arrange
i mit.
Why let your Piano go to ruin for water on the Coquille river bar, at Pierre does grow into a large city, a.* many menls made with an attorney in cheap thing about him.
other citie» in the newer west have done, might
want of tuning?
extreme low tide one day recently. it not be wise to consider how much injuiy J. W. Pierre to send out circulars and ex
See Kausrud!
The Elizabeth was on dry dock Roberts will do to many innocent non-resident pose Hyde and also to get ther
OE
Resident Tuner.
ti while in San Francisco the last trip, property owners by discouraging them, end money back for them as a number of
Miss Jeannie Bossen of Dairyviile, and was given a thorough overhaul­ causing them to not only refuse to make any his clients had done This attorney
further invesments here, but pipbably part with was bought off by Hyde, and left all
left last Friday for Albany college, ing and cleaned and painted.
their present holdings for a consideration much
the correspondence to be answered
where she will complete the three
I . S. Perry went to San Francisco less than their property is fairly w_>rth> It
years’ course of study.
by Mt Roberts. Mr. Roberts an
on the Elizabeth, on business con­ would be a source of much satisfaction to all of
us that the future will demonstrate whose judg­ Sv ered the correspondence and also
1. T. Weekly, an extensive ran nected with his veneer plant.
ment is of the belter kind. Our farm lands are sent out a circular telling the true
cher who lives near Myrtle Point is
F or S ale . — Furniture, organ, now selling at from $20 to $40 per acre that ten condition of things and requesting
One price to all—carrying no credit accounts, we do not have
visiting his friend M. G. Pi hl, ami
bedstead, lawn mower, rocker , years ago Mr. Hyde was buying (or $2 and $3 that they send enough to pay post­
one
price to th man who pays cash and another pi ice to the
looking alter business affairs in Ban
tables, mattress and other article*. an acre, and selling at $3 and $4 per acre. age, etc. It cost about $25 to tell
one who says:
“I’ll pay you the first of the month,’’ The
don.
/
man who says that is going to pav a good rate of interest for the
Inquire at the Horsefall place. 372X Might it not prove that lots in Pierre now worth these people the facts, and he re
but a smail sum, may in a few years be worth
Mrs. F. F. Wood and daughters.
use of those few dollars. Probably he doesn’t stem to figure
D. L. Cox opened up the black­ many times their present value?
ceived $4 all together to recompense
that the feu cents added to the price of each bale ol hay or sack
|essie and Grace, left on the Eliza­
smith shop on the plank road yes­ We are going to build a city, and a big city him. This does not look much like
of grain, amounts to a rate of interest that is 15 to 30 per cent,
beth for Mayfield, Cal,, where, we
terday.
This shop has been lying here at Pierre, and why not all join hands and graft.
a month, or as high as 360 pei cent, per annum. Wake up to
understand, the young Lillies will
a few ot these things
Don’t lie asleep all your life and throw
idle for some time, but Mr. Cox build it that much the faster? It cannot all be
Mr. Roberts has several liundret
built in any one location, and the building must
enter school.
your
money
away.
Deal
where the prices are plainly marked on
says it will be open for business
every lot of grain or hay—that place is the Bandon Warehouse
The goods of the Rack led store from this time on. The gentleman benefit some more than others, but why not ail letters trom Hyde’s customers thank­
work for Pierre and each other? If it is possible
Co.
in Bandon are being taken to Lang has been running a shop at Coquille that there is a single jierson living here who feels ing him for the information given
and saying they had found out that
lois. E. B. Thrill has purchased for about 14 months.
that Mr. Hyde has not always been just ami
Wheat Haj—a hay full of grain.............................. $r.Ssabale
it
was the truth. The letters are of
the goods and will open up a store
fair with them in his dealings with them, let them
Alfalfa Hay—not all stalk, but full of the head.... 1.90 a bale
I have for sale, on easy monthly go to Mr. Hyde and pretest his case, and in our all kinds ami some even go so far as
at Langlois at once We understand
Grass Hay—unquestionably the best local hayon the
payments, a number ot the largest opinion they will be treated not only with full to say they would like to see Hyde
market................................................................... t. 25 a bale
that ant ther store will be started at
and finest reside.ice lots in Bandon justice and integrity, bnt with more consideration hung; another said he would like to
Oat Hay—Chan California stock.............................. 1.90 a bale
once in the building vacated by Mr.
Address E. M. Furman, Coquille, and generosity than they receive from many they see Hyde roasted.
Rackleff.
Wheat—A No. I Stock at 2c a pound In 140 lb. -ack. only
Ore., or E J, Hutchinson, Bandon, consider their friends."
The article above referred to was
FOR SALE Two horses, icoo
52.80
a sack. Bran—the cleanest stock ever placed on ti e
To
a
person
not
familiar
with
the
Oregon.
374 2
w ritten by Mr. Hyde under the guise
market in Bandon. 95c a sack. U. S. Dairy Chop—One o the
and 1100 also second hand 3 inch
Have a BANK in your home. See circumstances this would reflect rm of an editorial in a small weekly
best feeds ever offered to the public—a rich combination of the
Bain wagon with bolt rack, good
liner grains—all the values of the higher priced mill feeds at
the First National Bank ad. in this Mr. Roberts' character; but after the paper which he controls, and he has
chain harness; lor $t6o.
circumstances are explained, it makes
one-hall the cost. Try it once and I e convinced. 90 lb. sax
issue
it
misconstrued things and worded the
36-41
W. F. K ennedy .
$ 1.00. Barley- $ 1.00 a sack.
Miss Houston, of San Francisco, the character of Mr. Roberts loom article so as to mislead the unin­
The Miocene Oil <Si Gas Co. are sister of Dr. Houston of this city, tip in a different light entirely.
formed- Mr. oherts says that no
down about 150 feet with their weil accompanied by Mrs. Loftin, arrived
When interviewed by a reporter
doubt the article in question was in t
on Bear Creek, and have 130 feet oi on the last Ftfield for a visit at the of the R ecorder , Mr. Roberts ex
in the regular issue of the paper sent
Wc are the only strictly cash Hay and Grain dealers in the
casing in. The work of drilling is Dr Houston home.
plained the attack as follows:
county and here you may always depend on getting FULL
out
in
Pierre, as he has received 1 t
being pushed as rapidly as possible.
Mr. Chas. L. Hyde of Pierre is a ters fiom friends there the last fe >
,UE for your money.
Judge Geo. P. Topping and fami­
S. II GoO, the second hand man ly liaye gone over to Giants Pass in man who platted the city for miles days, and his sister, also living in
on the hill, pays more for goods and the automobile to visit Mr. Topping’s out in the gumbo hills and deep
Pierre would have written him had it
sells for less. Give him a call and mother.
gulches, and by mis representation been in the regula issue. His theorv
get the reason. Phone 211
and misleading statements sold these is that H vde had this artit le set up
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Tire Bandon shipyards are vers
( liris Rasmussen and wife re- busy at present, fixing up the Dis' worthless lots to eastern people as and run off several thousand copies
turned on the F ¡field Saturday patch and building two scows for business anti residence property. to send to his clients to counteract
morning from an extended trip to Chas. Ashton for use in freighting Thousands of people have beenswin the force of the circular exposing
died into buying these worthless lots him, and also to send to tin business
California.
Mr. Rasmussen says along the Coquille river
Michael
J.
Fanning
of
Philadel
­
at
prices ranging from $25 to $2000. men of Bandon in an effort to make
they were over the biggest part ol
phia.
Pa.,
will
speak
in
the
Opera
Hyde has made over a million dol ­ trouble for Mr. Roberts.
the southern section of the state,
Hall on the evening of Oct. 5th. An
Those who have been watching the
and found conditions very prosper­ invitation is extended to all of the lars by his crookedness and swindling
Every one in Pierre knoos Hide’s
methods,
anti
while
the
United
States
ous and land selling at a very high people of Bandon and vicinity to
character, and while he has money
moon through the hole in the roof these
come and en oy listening to one o authorities have repeatedly tried to
figure
he
has
no
friends,
and
in
the
article
the best orators of the U S. Quot­
fine evenings want to see the RED AND WHITE
Beach, the second hand man, ing opinions from the many hun­ get evidence to convict him, he cov­ above he virtually admits that the
ered
his
tracks
so
well
that
it
was
buys ami sells all kinds of second dreds who speak in praise, they all
whole city of Pierre is against him
CEDAR SHINGLES at the yard of the GEO W.
hand goods. Biing in your old and agree on his rare Irish wit, his logi­ impossible. Mr. Hyde was Pres, of when he says “her people (referring
MOORE LBR. CO right away, because the sky is
take out new. Phone 331
38tt cal reasoning, his telling illustrations the American Exchange Bank in to Pierre) who are pessimistic re­
Pierre, the most of the stock of
and his brilliancy and eloquence.
Ernest Erickson came up on tin
garding her future and who allow
going to leak pretty soon.
dhe stmr “FIFIELD’’ will sail which he sold to eastern clients. themselves at times to become
Ftfield from San Francisco and will
again on or about the 5th of Octo­ This bank he used to give him pros
take an outing of a few weeks in the ber. If you are contemplating going
tige in his swindling game. When knockers and slanderers of their own
hopes of recuperating his health. to San Francisco, why not go the
vi r. Roberts went to Pierre as Ass’t town and neighbors” (referring to
Ernest is in the employ of the stre t “Only Way?” That this route is
Hyde) He tries to vindicate him­
the most popular way, is shown by Cashier of the bank in 1907, he soon self by saying—“It is the irony of
car company in thecily.
the passenger lists each trip. For found out the conditio^ of things and
You can do liettir for cash if you five consecutive trips, the “FI­ resigned to prove up on a a home­ fate that the man who is doing the
buy your hay, grain and feed of 1 FIELD” has sold out completely stead. Mr. Hyde was also using most toward building a great and
W. Robison at the Cenr.il Ware­ her passenger accommodations The the bank's funds in a way not law­ prosperous city out of Pierre should
public does not patronize any line
house.
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be the < ne most viciously attacked
unless they are satisfied with that ful, and to work in the bank when and most persistently slandered and
A Mr. Walker, of Lakeport, got line. The public has shown its ap­ knowing the fact would make Mr.
his leg badly mangled in the saw proval ot the service, the comforts, Roberts responsible in case the irreg injured. Were he honest and doing
an honest business, the citizens ot
mill at that place, Tuesday. Dr. cleanliness, and everything else that ularities were discovered.
Pierre or any other city would say
can
be
demanded
from
a
transporta
­
Houston of this city was called to
They had trouble keeping anyone —go ahead and we will help all we
tion
company,
in
its
patronage
t
>
I
dress the wound and the man is 1
the “FIFIELD.”
The manage-1 in the bank, and the first of June, can. This is not the case ia Pierre
getting along all right so far.
Opens an account with this bank and starts you on the road to
ment appreciates this and in return j 1909, the Vice-Pres, came to Mr. though as Hyde admits himself.
wealth. With a deposit of One Dollar we will loan you a neat
is
doing
everything
possible
to
fur
­
Roberts and pleaded with him to
Capt. Varney, superintendent of
little bank to put your savings in each day and when the bank is
Following is an article from the
ther
satisfy
its
“
friends.
’
treating
come and help them out as the
the Pacific Coast Division of the Lite
lull you can bring the bank to the First National Bank and have
them not as merely “paid transpor­
Daily Capital Journal of Pierre that
Saving service, was in Bandon from tation,” but always as a guest
it opened. The key to the small bank is kept here and the small
All inin they had left them without I appealed when Mr. Roberts left
bank can only be opened by us. Call for particulars. Open Sat­
Friday until Wednesday visiting we ask. is that you try the “FI warning. They had no one to do
there and following that are two rec
urday evenings.
Capt. Johnson of the local station FIELD” once. We kn< w that after I the work and offered Mr. Roberts
ommend.iti
ms
that
s,»<.ik
for
them
­
.
salary he wanted to help them
and making an inspection of this your first trip on her. you will ail)
selves.
always
route
yourself
via
the
Stmr
out
until
they could get a man. Mr
station. He left on the Elizabeth
"FIFIELD,” which, for speed,
J. W. Robert», lor^ connected with the Amer­
for San Francisco, Capt, Varney safety and comfort, is unexcelled >y Roberts consented to do so tinder ican Exchange Bank in thu city, as assulaat
says Bandon is the liveliest town any boat running from San Francis the circumstances, and they again cashiei and teller, will take toamai drparture
STATE DEPOSITARY
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co into this county.
elected him ass’t cashier so he coukl trom Pierre on Saturday hu going away u de­
along the coast.
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