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About Semi-weekly Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1910-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1910)
? Lodge and Professional
Opportunity For Bandon Capitalists
WITH OIL WELL
In glancing oyer the registration books of the two Bindon precinc’s,
the observer will notice several of our citizens registered as capitalists, a
• . Lodges are requeued lo notify this office
on election ol officers and on change ol j*
fact of which all our citizens ire ver.-proud. One of the best things a
_ ’ meeting night. Gards under this head j.
- are 75c per inch per month.
city or town can have is capitalists, providing those capitalists use their
it Is Now Down Nea rly means and resources for the upbuilding of tiie city.
Outbreak Rumored at Hon Elizabeth and Newport are
Now in Port After Mak
duras, But May Be
Now there arc* excellent oppoi (unities for capitalists, right herein
Lewah Tribe No. 48. Imp. O. R. M.
Bandon, to show their interest in the welfare of the city and al the same
ing Record Trips.
time to put their money into something that will bring big interest on the
ly| EETS every Thutaday evening at 8 run ."Il
the Bandon Wigtnan. Sojourning chiei
in good Handing are cordially invited lo attend.
I he tir>t thing we might mention in the way of needs of the city is
G E Wilton,
C. S. Hubbard
• (Wireless via Cape Bianco.)
The Miocene Oil and Gas Com-
The Elizabeth arrived in Iron
C. of R.
factory. Spruce lumber is constantly being shipped from here to
St. Louis, Oct. 13. — Al Welsh in ■San Francisco last night with 200
pany is pushing the work of drilling
the oil well on Bear creek with all Grays Harlxir and to North Bend to be manufactured into boxes and then a Wright Biplane created a new en - tons of freight and the following pas
possible rapidity: the well is now many of the boxes are being return«. 1 here lor use. Now here is the op durance record for /American ma- sengers:
J. Machado and wife.
UANDON LODGE. No. 130 A. F Ik A
wife and son, J. F
M, Staled commuimatioiu fcot SaturJa)
portunity; for instance, the freight o.i lumber from the Coquille river to
afte« the full moon of each month. Ail Mattei is still being pushed along with all
and 57 seconds. This is the longest Kistler, Mr*. Anna Kistler, Fiank
Coos Bay is three dollars a thousand, and then it will cost as much more
Maion« cordially invited.
flight for such a i machine yet on Strickland ami wile, Thos. Cor—
the speed possible. The drillers are
J. A. Morruon. W. M
G. T. freadyold. Secretary
now in a sandstone which is of the
m-lius. lie Cornelius, R G. Arm-
same quality as the Coalinga oil the box factory on this river would have the advantage of six dollars a
Honduras, Oct. 13 —Rumors c f ’ stead, J. H. Snvder, Guy John,
I. O. O. F
field has, and the prospects for a thousand, and if they would just cut that in two. they could undersell th.-.- an outbreak here are decided but Mrs. |. John, Mts. Ella John.
Elizabeth will sail again Saturday
■R ANDON LODGE, No. 133. 1. 0. O. F. good flow of oil are getting better North Bend box factory by nearly one halt for local tiade an I sti.l have « the government has declared to re
meets every Wednesday evening
Visiting all the time as the well goes down big profit.
move Gen Calladres, commandant evening at 9.00 o’cloi k.
brothers ui good standing cordially invited.
The Newport arrived in from
Will it not pay some of our Ban Ion capitalists to Io >k into mis prop at the port because of lus threatening
A. G. Hoyt, N. G.
this morning with no tons
attitude toward foreigners.
A. Knopp, Secretary
< the moral ami financial support ol osition? By all means we need a box fact >rv. It mean, the employment
New York, Oct. 13.—The Contest of freight. The Oregon is also m
1 the citizens of Bandoil and the Co of more lal>or in Bandon, and thus a bigger trade for our merchants, be Board of the American Automobile port and is loading lumber at one of
Rebekah Lodge No. 126.
iquille valley, and from every indi cause these laborers will have families to suppn.. h will m. m a big, , Association announced to night the the up river mills.
IMrEETS in 1.0.0. F. hall every second and cation this is forthcoming, as there income on the capital invested, ami it will mean an increase tn the popu ■
The Eifield is expected to arrive
disqualification and suspension of
fourth Tuesdays. Practice lights Id I u<*
is gieat expression of enthusiasm by lation of Bandon, and, in fact, will be beneficial to everybody.
Barney Oldfield for his announced in Sunday morning,
day ol the month; Social evening the 3d i ursday
ot the month. A cordial invitation extended to the people, and all are watching the
I intention of racing jack Johnson, the put on dry ’ dock
Think it over, Bandon Capitalists !
all member« m good standing.
outcome with the deepest interest.
heavy weight, in an uusanciionrd somewhat delayed.
Late las', evening it was learned
Clara Goetz, N. G.
The Elizabeth lett here la>t Fri*
contest at Sheepshead.
Belle A. Kolp, Secretary.
K. of P Ball.
Card of Thanks.
here that the drillers had gone
day afterndbn and was back again
through the sandstone and were now
Thursday evening and laid over in
Good Time Social.
Knight« of I’ythliMi
i into sand, and had found a small I
San Francisco a day. This is about
The Knights of Pythias’ Annual
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith desire
elphi lodge . N o . 64. Kmgh«. of quantity of gas, which makes pros
as quick a trip as has yet been ma 'e
Pythias. Meets every Monday cv. ning
express their heartfelt thanks to
There will be a good time party by any Iwal coming into th --pm t.
all th«.* brighter. The gas
al Knights hall
Visiting knights invited pects
would indicate an oil formation, ahd 19th, and will lie one of the main ail the kind friends who assisted in the hall over Chas. Lorenz s store
B. N. Harrington K. of R. S.
them in their recent bereavement.
Saturday evening, October 29th, ad ter of which a small tributary to the
practically assures the finding of social functions of the season.
mission toe. The proceeds will go Wihd river wound its way, both
oil, probably in large quantities, and
Woodmen of the World
toward finishing paying for the piano sides of its banks were overgrown
• those in charge are now much more
Acre Tracts for Sale.
Rackleff Quits Race.
caaide Camp No. 212 meet» every hut and hopeful than ever before of ultimate
purchased for the lower floor of the with tall willow bushes, beyond on i
third Thursday» ol each month, \ luting
Bandon public school. The public flat, grazed a horse apparently alone.
neighbors cordially invited.
very cordially invited to attend Having some tine rifles with us 1
\ ery low prices on acre tracts ar
R. W. BuliarC '■ c.
J. N. Hoaking, Clerk.
The Dixie Minstrels.
County Chairman C. B. Selby today Prosper; 10 minutes walk to school this social and thus assist in a good shot was fired and the first one
received word that Ed Rackleff, the and mill. Inquire of W. IL Smith, cause as well as to have a good brought out an Indian hidden bel iiul
The Dixie Minstrels, presented by republican nominee fir represents Prosper.
time. There will be something do the horse. A few more shots ami
O W REA.
I Miss Dixie I.oltin, assisted by Ban- tive from Coos county, has decided
Attorney -'nJ Coun«elor-at-ljiw
every minute, so come prepared the horse ft II while its rider made
I don’s best talent, given at the Opera nii to make the campaign for elec
to enjoy yourselves.
double <|uick over a ridge. Under
M. E. Church.
1 House, Wednesday evening, was a tion. Mr. Selby has not been able
U. S. I-«nd ConteiU a Specialty
standing the treacherous nature of
to reach Mr. Rackleff but probably
Big Catch of Fish Yesterday. the Indians we sent several men on
The first number on the bill was will today.
O&e With Bandon Ljghl fc Water Co.
If Mr. Rackleff still
1 foot to inspect the willows; in a
First quarterly conference Satur
Bandon - • Oregon
asketch entitle! “The Hired Man;" refuses to run it is likely that the re
■ short time shots were heard, ami as
Yesterday was a big day for the
| a very good farce comedy in which publicans will endeavor to secure day evening at 7:30 p. m.
we approached, twenty Indians who
fishermen on the Coquille, and over
Mrs. Howard Johnston, Miss Edna another candidate to take his placr Sabbath school 10 a m.
Dr H. L Houston
hidden on the other side re
Sermon by Rev. J. T. Abbet, 4,000 were hauled in by’ the various
■Mills, Mrs. Mabel Houston, Mr on the ticket.
We also discoved that the
PHYSICIAN &. SUHHEuh
Dist. Supt, followed by the sacra fishermen along the river.
Barry Strahl, Hubert Adison and
willows had been fastened together
ment of the Lord's supper.
Ottici- ovar Dru« Ntor-.
Hour*, H to ’.2
Holman & Bingaman pullet! in
Claude Adam; particijtated, ami all
in different places so as to prevent
Notice of Dissolution.
H.IU. I 30 to 4, |>.111.; 7 to 8 in the evenmu
Epworth League 6:45 p. m.
1256; Gus Barre, we understand
: played their parts remarkably well
of the whites from passing ai d
Song service 7:30 p. m.. followed hauled* in over iooo; the Barrows
Night calls answered from ottici-.
Miss Loftin made a very funny
in a direct line, and in
by sermon by Rev. J. T. Abbett.
OKMOtS little “Sis Hopkins” which provoked
boys made a big haul as did also
B andon , O rf .., Oct. 10. 1910
“Old Folks" Day is coming Re Mr. Bullaid of Bullards We did 1 other places those willows formed
i much laughter and rounds of ap
Notice is hereby given that the
member the date, Oct. 23, at 11 a not learn how many other fishermen ' regular traps.
Dr IL F Sorensen plause.
partnership formerly existing be tn.
We cOnn found that our horses I e-
caught, but it is safe to say that the
Mi Roberts, cashier of the First tween Claud? Woodruff and George
ing sere and stiffened from over
entire haul amounted to between 4.-
Office Over Vienna Cafe
National Bank, rendered a vocal solo j Turner, under the firm name of
work, could not keep up to the fresh
000 and 5.000, which is probablv
Telephone at Office and Home.
which was well received.
Woodruff & Turner, has Ix-en dis
horses of th«* Indians, so we took a
the best catch that has been made in
A Race Track Sketch entitled so|ve<1 by miltua) consent of
stand to watch the Indian; riding
one day lor about four years.
“Thirty Dollars" was the hit of the I fWrties. Claude Woodruff will re
around us in semi circles and then
Services next Sunday will be as
I evening, in which Robert Blackerby I tain the business ami pay all bills ol
breaking away as it coaxing us to
<i. T. TltEADUOi.lt.
The Bandon Mercantile- Co. re
1 and Charles Conrad represented the the
‘ company, and all accounts dm follows:
Sunday school at to o'clock.
ATTORNEY AND COLNSELt •> ; characters of two track pals. Their
ceived a big shipment of goods on
Just by chance one c.f our patty
Preaching at 11 o’clock.
the Elizabeth, and are placing them
i acting, as well as their dialogue could C. W. Spencer.
The subject of the morning dis to day in the Panter building, re shot at them and hit one of the In
not be improved upon. Miss Loftin
Signed: C laude W oodrufe .
course will be, “Regeneration — cently vacated by Ed Rackleff, and dians who leaned over the neck ot
played the part of the Kid, a ditfi-
G eorge T urner
his horse, ami finally fell. The In
what is it?”
they expect to be open for business
OftiiH With Bandon Investment < ■ ' cult character, which she handled
not willing to lose any more
Endeavor will convene to morrow. A G. Hoyt will be
j with her accustomed ease ami grace. [
cf their nun without injuring us,
Coquille Pioneer Dies.
at 7 p. m.
general manager of the store.
The last half of the program was
Dr. R. Ivi. Brown.
left us and we returned to our«amp.
Preaching at 8 p. m.
“The Dixie Minstiels,’ the person-
Having but short rations and not
The subject for the evening dis
A special boat came down from
. ale of which was eight of the town
Öfter in Panter Building
Mrs. J. F. Schroeder, one of the
a great deal of meat, we com ’tided
I Coquille last night to bring pas
I boys, with nobby costumes and black ; pioneers of Coos county and believed course will lie “The Branches ”
Öfter Hour»; 9 lo 12 M.. I to 5 P. M.
The “Hurry L'p" Bible Class will sengers from the Breakwater, among to return toward the Sweetwater.
1 faces and Miss Loftin as interlocutor. 1 to be the first white female child
Some of our men having lived
The songs were catchy and up-to- born in Oregon, died at her home in hold its business meeting on Tues whom was a party of fifteen or among the Sioux Indians understood
day evening at 7:30 in the church. twenty people going to Lakeport.
,dite. and the jokes were new and I Coquille Monday evening.
Mrs All members of the class are request
their language, and we offered the
C. R. BARROW original.
Schroeder was, before her marriage, ed to be present.
captured woman a chance to g > to
Dancing by Mr. Harry Whitlaw' Miss Mary Perry. Her birth oc
Attorney and Counselor-at Law
her tribe, bitt she refused, saving
i was exceptionally good.
she would Ire captured bv the
COQUI LEE. - ORE | The Riblnm dance, which closed
Thursday evening at 7:30 in the
and she was married to J. Frederick
The morning Broke with a clear Binnacks or Shoshones if she would
Öfter over Skeel»' Store
j the bill was something new to the Schroeder in 186 ». The children church parlor to which we extend a
beautiful sunrise, in all directions go now, but she would let us knot*
Öfter Phone, Main 3)5;
reuJence. Maio 346
Bandonians ami was heartily ap born to the couple were Clara B., cordial invitation to all.
small fires burned, the smoke curled when she could risk it. After ttav-
Eva L., Albert, Frank and Finley
up in the crisp air, men were busy eltng many miles she asked to be -et
Gus Buckingham and family, of
Miss Loftin coached anti staged Schroeder. Clara is the wife of
l»K. K. W. KOSMlTE.lt
finishing their breakfast which was free with her baby. Another hor -
Corvallis, arrived in this city late
the entire performance in less than
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ten days, showing she thoroughly Capt. Levi Snyder, and is well Thursday evening, having come from not as great a repast as was expect was given her upon which was put
known in Bandon, having lived here
ed, our two steers had broken th«* blankets, provisions, and other need
Portland on the Breakwater. They
understands her business and she a number ol ye.jrs.
ropes with which they had l»een tied ed thing- were packed away. She
will spend the winter in Bandon and
Oftce and rrwdntcr in Panic« render..- jsopeitv deserves the greatest credit,
Frank formerly managed their lath
the night before, ami had run away, i had not gone morethan two or thief
next doo« to Bi|ou Theatre
' hundred vards when she g ive a
By request and for the benefit of ci’s farm, but are now in Washing may decide to remain permanently
and were probably caught and killed
the many who could not attend ton. Finley owns a farm near the Mrs. Buckingham is a daughter of by the enemy, who, no doubt, had ¡peculiar call am! before we knew it
a numlrer ol the captured Indian
Wednesday evening's performance, home place and Eva is living at Mrs. F. E. Dyer.
DR J. D KELLEY
, ponies broke aw ay ami fmlowed her
4 great feast on them.
the program will be repeated Satur home.
Christian Science services are neld
Our horses saddled, we started ofl with such speed that it was itnpossi-
Phviicun and Surceon
day evening, and will also be seen
in the K. of P. hall at it a.m. each to find more work. We had not : ble to think of a recapture.
Later on we le arned that she met
in Marshfield the early part of next
A complete line of Rubbers and Sunday. Subject, October 16th, ridden many miles uqtil we entered
tribe again near Fort Letterman.
Oil Clothing at Coutnenlh-Christen Doctrine of Atonement.
beautiful valley, through the cen-
P ohl .
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BANDON, OREGON. OCTOBER 14, 1910