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other fire insurance company.
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M. G. POHL
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Consulting Engineer and
Office in Thrift Bldg.
.1. P. Vanl.euven, Prop.
Fresh Milk and Cream de
livered daily at your door in
any part of Bandon. All
orders given prompt attention
Phone Rural 29
MRS. W. VV. WOLFE
INS I1UK' run ()!
Mrs. Guy Dipple
Bandon 9 - rggon
Dealing With a Lunatic.
In front of thu Cliolftea house Sir
Thomas Sloro hail a Burden and gate'
house, and, an there was a pleasant
viow from the summit of the Bate-
house, he used frequently to sit there,
accompanied only by his dop. Here It
was that he was found ono afternoon
by a wandering maniac, who crept up
stairs and saw the feeble old man doz
Inc. "Leap, Tom, leap!" be cried, and at
the same time tried to throw htiu over
the battlements. Store had not phys
leal strength enough to resist, but he
had the wit to say:
"Let us llrst throw this little dos
The man Immediately threw down
"Pretty sport," said (he lord chancel
lor. "Now, j?o down and brlns; hlin
up; then try iipiln."
While the mmlmim went down for
the lo More made fast the door be
hind blm and so managed to bold the
fort until deliverance came.
The Earth's Journey.
Our world's Journey In space la a
long one. If we are to accept the con
clusions of Dr. Turner of the Univer
sity observatory of Oxford nnd Profes
sor II. 0. Pluiiimer, royal astronomer
of Ireland. Itecent astronomical work
sujjKosts that the sun and its planets
form a single unit In a vast system,
tin.' stars in which, though separated
by enormous distances, have n com
mon center of gravity, and in response
to gravitation all move In unison like
n stupendous machine. The paths of
these stars, Instead of being nearly
circular, like those of the planets
around the sun, are much like the oscil
lations of a pendulum. The calcula
tions show that on this elongated
course our sun must travel -100,000,000
years before completing a revolution
and that it passed near the. center less
than a million, perhaps not more than
:i00,00O, years ago and Is now on the
Barney Barnato's Comedy.
In the Journal South Africa the late
Sutton Vane, the dramatist, once told
this story of Harney Itarnato: "He was
the best amateur melodramatic actor
I ever met A little rough; so Is a dia
mond, but the lire is there. lie played
Claude Prollo In Victor Hugo's 'Es
meralda' splendidly, 1 playing Quasi
modo, the hunchback, with him. In
the great scene on the parapets the
hunchback tries to throw the monk
(I''rollo) Into the street. Mr. Ilarnato
resisted vigorously. He seized me by
my hump, which came off In his hand.
It was a sponge bag stuffed with va
rious articles. He shook his fist at me
and then, with a quiet smile, threw the
hump from the cathedral roof. Look,
lug over, he exclaimed: 'Oood heav
ens! I have killed a policeman!' Tre
meudous round of applause from the
Armies of Animals.
Some Idea of the vast numbers of
animals that Africa used to support
can bo gained from a passage In V.
Scully's reminiscences. It was Mr,
Scully's good fortune In 1S02 to wit
ness the last great trek of springboks
from east to west of the lltishmanland
desert n trek on a scale such as no
man will ever see again. Fencing, the
Increase of population and the dlstrlb
ution of arms have almost extermlnat
ed the once Innumerable host. He
says, "I have stood on an eminence
some twenty feet high, far out on the
plains, and seen the absolutely level
surface as far as the eye could reach
covered with resting springboks, while
from over the eastern horizon the ris
ing columns of dust told of fresh hosts
Shoes and Nerves.
Travelers say that the reason why
nervous people don't exist in China Is
because it Is there the custom to wear
soft shoes. There Is no doubt that hard
soled, creaking footgear Is responsible
for much nervous wear and tear as
well as much physical fatigue in west
ern lands. Tired feet and tired nerves
will Hi id solace In a warm foot bath
with a handful of sea salt In it. Move
the feet about or keep them still as
best pleases you as long as the water
is pleasantly warm; then dry them
with a rough towel and put on a fresh
pair of stockings. Dundee Advertiser.
Broad of Persia,
Persian native bread dllTers little
from that used a thousand years ago,
The Persian oven Is built of smooth
masonry work In the ground, usually
about the size of a barrel, and many
of those now In use have been used
for a century. The dough Is formed
Into thin sheets about n foot long nnd
two feet wide and slapped against the
side of the oven. It bakes in a few
minutes and Is set out to cool.
What will yon do with the J'JO.OOO
if you get a verdict in your breach of
1 guess,'' said the dear girl, "I'll
innrry the lawyer, it's such an awful
lot of money to let get uut of one's
Bohemia's Coal Mines.'
The lowest human habitation Is said
o bo that of the coal miners In Bo-
hernia, sMno of whom make their
Iwelllngs at n point over 2,000 feet be
low the ljvel of the sea.
Do you believe that women ought to
And, what's more, I think
in ought tB too'-Detrolt Freo Press.
Sliver Is of less value than golactddj.
moSby fled with his men.
An Attack That Wholly Demoralized
the Partisan Rangers.
Colonel John, S. Moslij-, commander
of the Partisan rangers, who gave
such dashing service in the southern
cause, told of an amusing Incident la
which he figured.
In the summer of 1SU when General
Phil Sheridan was in the valley of the
Shenandoah he found himself much
harassed by Mosby, who was continu
ally cutting otr his supply trains. An
army cannot light on an empty stom
ach, and Mosby knew It. One bright
morning Mosby heard that a long sup
ply train was winding its wity down
the valley. By noon the rangers in.
their gray uniforms were gathered at
the forks of the vnlley pike, watching
for the head of the wagon train to ap
pear. Presently a cloud of dust was seen
rising far up the road, and as the wind
blow it aside the Confederates caught
sight of a line of men in blue escorting
n caravan of lumbering wagons drawn
by mules Instantly .Mosby gave the
order to run ajlttle howitzer up on the
side of a hill and unlimhcr It. As soon
ns tlie gun had opened lire the rest of
the men were to make a cavalry charge
and throw the train Into confusion.
The rangers jerked the gun into w
sltlon nnd began to swab It out. Sud
denly the man with the swnb gave a
shrill yell, seized the seat or his panta
loons and lied down the hill and out
Into the road. Almost in the same
moment the other man at the gun
abandoned It. He seemed to be light
ing at the air as he disappeared over
a stone wall.
The sutler's wagons were creeping
nearer, and Mosby did not know what
to think of such extraordinary conduct.
He ordered four more men to the gun,
but hardly had they reached it when
they, too, yelled, began to beat the air
madly with their hats and took to
Spurring his horse over the stone
wall, Mosby rode toward the gun, but
his stay was short. The howitzer stood
lust over a hornets' nest, and those
busy Insects were resenting the intru
sion. They had repelled the invaders
on foot, and now they swarmed on
Mosby's horse till the maddened aid
mnl tore off down the pike on n run.
Then they turned their attention to
the rest of the troop.
Their attack was so vicious that the
rangers gave up any lden of standing
by the gun. They scattered far and
wide, and It was an hour before they
returned. When they did the wagon
train had safely vanished In the dis
tance. So the hornets saved the day
for Sheridan. Youth's Companion.
Where Science Fails.
Science has wrought tunny achieve
ments, but It has not cleared up a sin
gle elemental mystery, and It has cre
ated a thousand lesser mysteries that
never were Imagined until science
came. Science has demonstrated that
this oak of a world used to be an
acorn, but how that acorn came into
existence or whence It obtained thu
latent elements that now have become
an oak science has not suggested. Sci
ence has made It possible for a manu
facturer to cut down three trees In
his forest at :.n.r In the morning, to
have them made Into paper at !::tl and
to have them selling on the street as
newspapers at 10:25, but whether the
manufacturer himself Is a brain that
has a mind or Is a mind that has a
brain science cannot even guess. At
Iron Mold Stains.
Iron mold stains spread in any fabric
they como In contact with In the wash.
To remove them stretch the stained
part over a basin nearly full of boiling
water, so that the steam may pene
trate the fabric, and apply with a'
feather a teaspoonful of salt dissolved
In a dessertspoonful of lemon juice,
When the marks disappear dip the ma
terial well Into the hot water, after
ward rinsing very thoroughly In cold
Proved It Was Simple.
In a registration booth In San Fran
clsco an old colored woman had Just
finished registering for the llrst time.
"Am you shore," she asked tho clerk,
"dat I's done all I has to do?"
"Quito sure." replied the clerk; "you
see, It's very simple."
"Ps ought to knowed It," said the
old woman. "If those fool men folks
lieon doln' It all deso years 1 might 'n'
knowed it was a powerful simple proc
He Plagued Him.
Tho catcher was having an nrgnuieut
with tho umpire.
"I'll tlx you so you won't be nn epi
demic nny longer!" threatened the um
pire, beginning to lose his temper.
"What do you mean by 1 won't be
an epidemic nny longer?" asked the
"I'll send you to (be bench," return
ed tho umpire, "and vf en you won't be
ntchlji'." Pittsburg Press.
to arrest yon,"
The man who was having troubte
ylth his wffe Shrew both arms around
the otllcer and exclaimed:
"This Isn't any arrest. This Is a res
cue,." Washington Star.
oFIrst Small Hoy Is youf sister any
good Qt plrfylng ball? Second Small
Hoy o'aw. Sho can't throw anything
but a lb or catch anything but n bean.
New York Tlos.
Asia contains more than half of the
people in Uju world. e
RANDON LODGE. No. 130 A. F. & A
M, Slated communications first Saturday
alter the lull moon ot each month. Special
communications second Saturday thereafter.
VI Master Masons cordially invited.
W. E. Cnine, W. M
I till Pearson, Secretary
Occidental chapter. No. 45,
E. S., meets Sa'urddy evening bciore am:
alter staled comirur.ication ol Masonic Lougi
visiting members cordially muled to attend.
Alice C. Gallier, W. M
Rosa Bingaman, Secretary.
I, (. O. V
RANDON LODGE. No. 133. 1. O. O. F
meets every Wednesday evening. Visiting
brothers in good standing cordially invited.
H. A. Hatfield, N. G.
D. C. Kay, Sec.
ICnlhf n r I'ytli'.nn
"Delphi lodge. No. m, Knights
1 y Unas. Meets every Monday evening
at Knights hall. Visiting knights invited 1
attend. - G. R. McNair. C. C.
B. N. Harrington K. of R. S.
Loyal Order of Mouse
Meets Thursday evenings in I. O
Hull. Transient Moose cordially
. O. I
Something doing every Thursday.
CEAN REDEKAH I ODGE. No. 126
I. O. O.F., meets 2nd nnd 4lli Tuesday at
1 O. O. F. Hall. Transcient members cordially
invited. Elfic Macy, N. G.
Josephine Stoliz, Secretary.
w. o. w.
COMETH INC DOI NG Every Minute
Every Tuesday Night.
SEASIDE CAMP NO. 212.
WOODMEN OF Tl IE WORLD,
Meets at K. of P. Hall. Visiting Neighbors
C. M. Gage, C. C.
I I. E. Doalc, Clerk.
PHOMAS P. HAGGI
Over McNair's Hardware Store
G. R. WADE
DR. H. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
(Jllice over Urug store. I lours, V lo U a, in;
1:30 to 4 p. in; 7 to 8 in the evening.
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Panler Duilding. I lours, 9 to 12 a.
,1 lo 5 p. m.
DR. L. P
Office over Vienna Cafe. Telephone at office
G. T. TREADGOLD
Attorney and Counselor
Office with Bandon Investment Company
HAN DON, ORKGON
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Oifice in Rasmussen Building,
HAN DON, ORF.OON
DR. ARTHUR GALE
Physician & Surgeon .
Office over Orange Pharmacy. Office phone,
352. Residence phone, 353.
DR. S. C. ENDICOTT
Office Phone 7 1 ; Res. Phone 3 13:
DR. 19. B. MpORE
Office Hours: 9:30 lo 12 and 2 lo 5.
CEce in Timmoni Clock, DANDON, ORE
The volume of business
we are doing attests
the excellence of G. W.
M. brands and methods
GEO. W. MOORE LUMBER CO.
S. S. ELIZABETH
Large Two Berth Outside State Rooms with Running Water
Eight Day Service Between the Coquille River and
First Class Passenger Fare, $7.50
Freight Rates, $3 on Up Freight
Reservations; Fuhrmnn's Pharmacy, Coquillo; Perkins', M)rtle Point
li. & E. T. Kruse, owners and .nanagers, 24 California St., San Francisco.
J. E. Walstrom, Agent, Bandon.
Strauhal & Dippel
Real Estate and Investments
Choice farms, stock ranches, city property
We are agents for some of the best tire
ance companies in America.
We also furnish abstracts of title on short notice.
We can save you time and money. Give us
your business and keep your money at home.
Before purchasing elsewhere sec us. Office in Old
Hank Hiiililin. Phone 3.1.
Strauhal and Dippel
BANDON TRANSFER LINE
GATCHELL BROS., Propa.
All kinds of heavy and light drayinjj. Phone orders given
prompt attention. Hani Cor. Pirst & Spruce St., Pish Property
FRED L. LEEPER
1 vou are aimintr to build let
me njnire witn you. nans
. . 1 11
ind estimates furnished.
P. O. BOX 903. BANDON
Do you want pure drugs and
drug sundries, fine perfumes,
liair brushes and toilet arti
cles? If so, call on
C. Y. LOWE
Brown & Gibson
The Leading Contractors
We furnish plans and speci
ficatkins and il you are n0
inj ?o lutifd nythinp, no
matter how lartre (W how
small, we0can saveo you
0 o , - o
money. Let us ficurc on
d your buildfng. 0
American Plan, Si. 00
and Si. 50 per clay.
European Plan, rooms
50c, 75c Sc Si per day
E. G. CASSIDY, Proprietor
Bandon Rrnncli Office of
Title Guarantee and
(Henry Sengbtacken, Mgr.)
McNair Hardware Building
In charge P. H. Poole.
Economy Promptness Reliability
R. M. Boiler, Prop.
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