Semi-weekly Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1910-1915, October 25, 1910, Image 1

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BANDON, OREGON, TUSEDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1910
VOLUME XXVI.
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NEW COMPANY
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Lodge and Professional
Directory
ELECTS DIRECTORS
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Lrxfg^i are requested to notify thu office
on election ot oiltcrr* and on change ot
me -ung night
Cardi unde, tins head
a/e 75c per inch per month.
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BOATS ARRIVE
AND DEPART
NUMBER 45
DYNAMITERS TO
READY FOR
WORK AGAIN
OREGON APPLES
BE IN TOILS
MAKE GOOD
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Lewah Tribe No. 48, Imp. O. R M
Guarantee Loan and Trust Much Shipping Business at Miocene Oil and Gas Co. Try to Circulate Large Quan Will Carry off Many Prizes
Company Launch
1 ocal Port This
ties of Spurious Nicarag­
In Apple Shows
to Resume Drilling
into Business.
Week.
uan Money.
This Year.
at Once
[yTEETS every Diur-xfiy evening al 8 run at
- |ge Bamhm Wignisn
So|ourning chief 1
ia good standing are cordially invited Io attend.
G E Wilson.
C. of R.
C.S. Hubbard
Sachem.
(Wireles* via Cape Blanco.)
The Guarantee Loan and Trust
The Fitield arrived in port Friday
Portland, Or., Oct. 25th (Special)
The drill of the Miccene Oil and
Company, composed of a number of with 250 tons of freight ami the fol­ Gas Co. which was stuck in the well
Chicago, Oct. 23.—Chicago de Oregon apples will be heard from at
lowing
passengers:
Mrs.
J.
Wilcox,
MManilla.
at
Bear
Creek,
has
again
been
re-
tectives unearthed a gigantic scheme the different apple shows of the
leading business inen ot Bandon and
Ada
Simpson,
z\
Dawson,
E.
H.
i moved and they are now- ready for to float a large amount of spurious Northwest this tall. -There is close
"D ANDON LODGE, No. 130 A. F ft A
vicinity, has been organized and
Kronke,
H.
B.
Smith,
A.
F.
Esta
­
M. Stated communK ations fir t Saturday
¡operation once more. 1'lie sticking Nicaraguan money.
Officials of rivalry between the apple states as
The object brook and wife, G. J. Kiof.ke, W.
alter the full moon of each month. All MsJr-i capitalized for {¡50.000.
: of the drill was caused by a piece of printing and engraving companies to which shall take the chief prizes,
Mason» cordially invited
of the company is to handle money, C. Sellmer. S. E, Jenkins, Mr. and sandstone caving down and in some
J. A. Morrison. W. M.
have been arrested ia connection and on this account the Oregon
G. T. Treadgold, Secretary
giving long time loans, anti to launch Mrs. Rische, J. F, Kister and wife, I manner catching the drill.
growers will be put upon their
with the discoveries.
mettle.
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II.
Shaw,
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Tuttle,
L.
F.
into any other business that they
Shields and Kennedy, the black­
fl. O. O. 1*
Berkley,
Calif..
Oct.
22—
The
Eugene has held its apple show
may see an opportunity for advance- 1 Golden, N. Shannon Mr. Meador, smiths, immediately set to work and
son and daughter, Florence Evans, made a tool that did the work ot re­ University of California to day de­ and many specimens of jrerfect fruit
“D ANDON LODGE. No. 133. I O. O. I .
ment. The company has excellent
meets every Weiinrrday evening. Visiting
Miss T. Pletz. The Fifield sailed moving the obstacle, and no£ the feated the Olymphic Club team of were exhibited. Albany wiil have a
brothers in good standing cordially invited.
financial backing and will be able to yesterday with 450.000 feet of lum­
company is prepared for any such San Francisco, bv a score of 40 to fine apple show on November 9th,
A. G. Hoyt, N. G.
handle business on a big scale.
o in one of the hardest rugby- games tothand 1 tth. There is keen inter­
ber ami the following passengers: emergency that may arise again.
A, Knopp, Secretary
The stock holders met at the First ' Dr. S. S. Hall, wfie and son, Mr.
est in the outcome, and the many
• he work of drilling will be pushed of the season.
National Bank Saturday night and Allen and wife. Mrs. Newman, Mrs. . again with all possible haste, and the
New Orleans, Oct. 22.—Sam Mc­ prizeswill be sharply contested for.
Rebekah Lodge No. 126.
elected the following directors: C. I). Sullivan, Mrs. Felt. E. G. Felt, outlook for a good oil well is very
Vey, an American negro, knocked These shows wiil bring out the best
EETS in I.C.O. F. hall every second and Y. Lowe, Elbert Dyer, Win. Hick-J R. G. Armstead,
D. D. Pierce, encouraging at present. The forma­
out Sergeant Sunshine tonight. apple“ in their localities and the
fourth Tuesday*. Practice nights 1st Tu’V ing, E. E. Oakes, Dr. H. L. Hous­
Mrs.
J.
P.
Olsen
and
two
children,
tion is all that could be asked for Sergeant Sunshine is the alleged prize fruit, together with that ot
day of the month: Social evening the id 1 uesday
ot the month. A cordial invitation estended to ton, E. B. Thrift. A. McNair and Henry Olson, H. S. Wohlfield, F, and everything looks good to those
coming English heavy weight The other sections,- will be sent to the
all meml-ers in good standing.
Thos. Devereaux, The office) s of I Golden, S. Covington, Mrs. H. interested.
Oregon Apple Show at Portland,
fight lasted one round.
the company have not been elected Redmond, Mrs. W. C. Gray, C. W.
Clara Goetz. N. G.
November 30th, December 1st and
Belie A. Kolp, Secretary.
as yet. but will be chosen by the I Gray, A Cotz, Jesse Hill, William
Los Angeles, Oct. ar.—Atty, 2nd. The best apples will, in turn,
Benjamin F. Jones Here.
directors at a called meeting in the ! Hill, E. Erickson, G. L Davis, A.
Rogers declares that those who go to the National Apple Show at
Knlgliln of fl’ythlae
near future.
committed
the crime of dynamiting Spokane, the Vancouver show and
Sherman.
elphi lodge , n <» 64. Knight* of
The Elizabeth arrived Saturday
Benjamin F. Jones, of Roseburg, the Los Angeles Times office are the Chicago Apple Show
Pythias. Mero every Monday evening
I
night with 152 tons of freight and one of the republican candidates for known and will soon be arrested.
al Knight* hall. Veiling knight* invited to
Some Oregon districts will make
Oil Prospects Same as Found
.Hend
C RWadeC-C.
the
following
passengers:
Mrs.
F.
judge
in
this
district,
was
in
Bandon
individual
displays at these fruit ex­
B. N. Harnngton K. ot R. S.
New Orleans, Oct. 22.—Frankie
at North Bend.
A. Henry, Mrs. Lucy Pastenis, L. Friday getting acquainted with the Conley, of Kenoshee, Wis., who positions. Hood river expects to
E. Brown, Fred Koos, Florence voters. This was Mr. Jones’ first
Woodmen of the World
claims the bantam weight champion­ send the two finest cars ot apples
Koos. Frances Koos. A. E Nie visit to this section and he made a ship of the world, won the decision ever leaving tint district to the
easide Camp No. 212 meets every hut and
C. S. Kaiser, who recently re man and child, E J. Hutchensen, very favorable impression among
third Thursday» of each month. V ¡siting
to-night over Joe Mandel of New- Spokane show. One car each of
turned from Bandon, brought a few, C. Roberts.
neighbor* cordially invited.
our citizens. He is a man of good Orleans at the end of a ten round Spitzenbergs and Yellow Newtown
samples of the drillings taken from
R. W. Bullard, C. C.
The Elizabeth will sail again this appearance and will no doubt poll a
apples will be entered for the sweep
J. N. Hoiking. Clerk.
the holg being made for oil at a depth , afternoon with a full cargo of lum­ big vote in this locality. He is now bout.
stakes prize, and as the showing will
of 400 feet and has compared them ber and freight and a big list of pas­ register of the U. S. land office at
be gathered from the laige acreage
o w üinys.
with the drillings taken from a simi- ' sengers.
Roseburg.
given to growing these varieties, it
Should Clean Street.
lar hole in North Bend, which was
Attorney And Coun«elor-at-Law
The Washcalore arrived this
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will be of a very high quality.
Notary Public
sunk at the condensary a few years morning.
Medford will make a strong show
Employers’ Liability Law.
The drillings were kept by L.
U. S. Lind Contest* a Specialty. Practice IQ ago.
The R ecorder is not usually ing at the Canadian National Apple
F. Falkenstein, ami when compared
all Courts
given to criticism, but the condition Show at Vancouver, B. C. A car
Teachers’ and Patrons’
Office With Bandon Light fir Waler Co.
proved identical. The di filings t tken
of First Street at present is such as of fancy Yellow Newtown Pippins
Portland
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s
commercial
organiza
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Bandon - • Oregon
from the Bandon well were found in
Meeting.
tions. namely: the Chamber of Com­ should have immediate attention will be sent from one orchard. Med­
the most favorable indications of < il.
merce, the Employers’ Association, a id the authorieties should see that ford people believe this will be as
In fact, oil in small quantities has
Dr H. La Houston
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the
Manufacturers’ Association, and it is cleaned up at once, as the pres­ fine a carload of yellow apples as has
The first regular meeting of the
been removed from the well, and
PHYSICIAN &. SUHIIÜUÀ
¡the
United Metal Trades' Associa­ ent appearance is not a very good ever been placed on exhibition. Med­
the drillers, who have had thirty teachers’ and patrons' organization tion, have issued tile following state­ recommendation to people who are
ford w ill also send exhibits to Spo­
Office over Dru« Store.
Hunt«,‘J t<>
will be held in the High School Au­
years’ experience, say that oil may
coming
in
with
the
idea
of
locating.
ment
and
recommendation
in
regard
■ .in. I SO tu 4, p in . ; 7 to » in the evening.
kane and Chicago.
ditorium on Friday evening, Oct.
be struck any moment.
One
thing
above
all
else
that
a
town
to
the
passing
of
the
Employers
’
28th, with the following progam
Nitfht cb II h answered from office.
Mr. Kaiser says the -everal thick
Address — The Parent .^nd the ; Liability law at the coming election should have is clean streets.
HANltON.
...
UltkOON
nesses of shale and li ne t tone pas.-»ed
Good Times Party.
There seems to be much interest
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Teacher. Rev. Grafius. Discussion
through are the same formations
of the topic by Mrs. A. D. Morse, 'shown in the Employers' liability
Dr I_i. F Sorensen
that may be found in the famous
Want to Put on Boat.
I bills of this state which are 10 be on
The Good Time Party, under the
DENTIST
Coffeeville district of Kans is, where Vivian Hutchins, O. A. Trowbridge,
I the ball >t and voted for on election
N J. Crain and H. C. Ostien.
auspices of Bandon’s Public School,
he was quite familiar with llie oil
Office Over Vienna Cafe
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The following will assist in the day.
E. E. Oakes received a letter from will be held in the Bandon Opera
conditions.
Telephone at Office and Home.
Organized labor seems to be very
program of the evening: in music
Capt. Levi Snyder last night to the House, Saturday evening, Oct 29th,
Thé company at Bandon is now­
BANDON
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OREGON
Mrs. J - I). Kelly, Winifred McNair anxious to have bill No. 33 passed effect that Mr. Brnstetter said if the instead of in the hall over Lorenz’
sinking a ten-indi casing, and will
and J. W Roberts. In recitations and are using every means in their people of the Coquille river would store as was first announced. The
reduce this as they go on down.
Daisy Hansen, Lena Langlois, Hazel hands tocarr) through this measure. guarantee 125 tons of freight, or in admission will be 10 cents. Come
O. T. TKFAlMiOl.D,
They have equipment sufficient to
We bcln-ve also the employers are
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR sink a well to a depth of 4.000 feet. Stephenson and Pearl Craine.
that neighborhood, that the Golden and have your fortune told by a real
interested
in bill No. 346, but it oc­
The public, and particularly those
AT LAW,
Gate would make a trip down here live witch, see the spooks, anil have
The work is being continued and a
curs that In ill p.ulies are in much
interested
in
the
woik
of
our
schools
NOTARY PUBLIC
and see wliat could be done in the a good time generally.
gteat deal of interest is being taken
haste Io ailjllv.t ihi-. gleat question.
are invited to be present.
Remember the place, The Bandon
Bandon,
Oregon.
future If the river wants a direct
in same. Coos Bay Harbor.
New York h.t . (MSsed a law which
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Opera
House, and the date, next
boat to Portland, this is the oppor­
Office With Bandon Inventineot C’o
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into
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Sept.
toth.
This
is
K. of P. Ball.
tunity to get one Mr. Oakes has Saturday evening, Oct. 29th. The
entitled the Woikniii.'s C< mpensa-
“Make Good.”
been around to see a few of the mer­ proceeds will go toward» liquidating
Dr. H. Ivi. Brown.
I tion Law; it app ies to workmen en
chants and considerable freight has the debt on the piano for the lowest
Rendent Dentili.
The annual ball of the Knights of gaged in manual or mechanical labor
grades in the Bandon Public School.
The Dixie Minstrel Company, an | Pythias Lodge which is scheduled in certain vocations whereby the already been pledged.
Office in Panter Building
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organization of black faced artists for November 19th, promises to be workingman if he meets with an ac­
Office Hour.: 9 to 12 M„ I to 5 P. M.
from Bandon, graced the stage in one of the biggest social events of cident is positive of receiving a should be carefully and duly consid­ Are You a Moving Picture
Phone.
BANDON. OREGON
___ i Masonic Opera House, Tuesday the season. The programs will be weekly remuneration, or if he meets ered either by a commission or*by a
Fan?
evening. Notwithstanding the un particularly appropriate and will with death, his family receives a cer­ cho-en committee of legislature, and
C. R. BARROW popularity of mid-week engagements prove very tine souvenirs. The tain amount front the employer. we should co-operate with the other 1
there was a good attendance. Miss order of dancing will be printed on New York state has also passed Pacific Coast states, and possibly our
Attorney and Connselor-at Law
If so, be sure and see the Pictures
! Loftis was the particularly bright star an insert. The ball will be held at another law whereby it is optional other adjoining states, on a measure 1 at the Grand Theatre; the latest type
COQUILLE. - ORE I among the foot light performers
the Oriental Hall.
All measures' witii the employer or employe, which . of this kind, because if we pass a too I of Edison Underwriters Model “B”
Office over Skeefl’ Store
She captured the audience from the necessary or expedient have l>een went into effect Sept. 1st
drastic measure it would affect our Kinetoscope, has just been installed
OAre Phone. Main 335;
tendente. Main 3 ft»
start and won re|»e.ited applause. To taken for the strengthening of the
Wisconsin has a commission with business interests and possibly deter by W. C. Sellmer, and the results
show how our play goers appreciated building and relieving it of the sway a report from same Jo lie passed on many small concerns or new indus are highly pleasing. The pictures
the performance, it is only necessa, y which, while pronounced as harm­ at the next assembly of legislature. tries from starting within our bor­ 1 on the screen are without flicker,
I»K K. W. ROKMITEK
state that they stuck to their seats less by experts, has antused misgiv­
Minnesota has a law which has ders. It would not only affect the 1 rock steady and brilliant.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON to
until a scene shifter appeared in front ings in many minds.
been suggested by a commission and employing interests but the laboring
They Don t Hurt Tho Eyes.
BAHDON
OREGON
of the curtain and told them to
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it would seem that this is a question man as well.
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Office end revafeme in Panter reo.lance property ’ beat it” for home.—Coos Bay Sun.
When the chest feels on fire and so great that there should not be I In consulting with many of our
When your .food does not digest
next door to Bi)ou Theatre
the throat burns, you have indiges­ great haste in deciding it by the leading business men we find that well and you feel “blue,” tired and
The M.E.cottage prayer meeting lot tion, and you need HERBINE to initiative.
there seems to be an inclination to discouraged, you should use a little
DR J. D KELLEY the aged and those who can not get get rid of the disagreeable feeling.
Should we make a mistake and get leave this matter to a commission of HERBINE at bedtime. It opens
j out to the evening prayer meeting, It drives out badly digested food, something on the statute books I men chosen from all walks in life, the bowels, purifies the system, and
Physician sud Surgeon
‘ will be held Friday at 2:3a p m «It strengthens the stomach and purifies which is not right, it would be next and then we are sure ot impartiality restores a fine feeling of health and
the home of Mr. and Mrs. T- J. the bowels. Price 5<xts. Sol I bv C. to impossible to erase same.
and fairness to all This would re­ energy. Price 50c. Sold by C. Y.
Ofce ia Donald Chadeiton home, opposite
Piesbyte» tan church. Bandon. Oregon
Stillwell.
Y. Lowe.
it occurs to us that this question quire a vote on No. 346.
Lowe.
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