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BANDON, OREGON, AUGUST 4, 1914.
MRS. SCANLON AND MISS MAR
THA RILEA TAKEN UNDER BY
SWIFT. CURRENT OF .ROGUE
Mrs. Scnnlon and Miss Martha
Rilea were drowned in the Rogue
River at Agness, about twenty-five
miles above Gold Beach Sunday af
ternoon. The ladies, with a number
of others were bathing in the rapids,
and were walking on the rocks in
what was supposed to be a safe place
when they slipped off into the water
and wcro swept to death before as
sistance could reach them.
The body of Miss Rilea was recov
ered in about twenty minutes and a
determined effort made to rescusitate
her, but to no avail.
The body of Mrs. Scanlon was not
recovered for about six hours. ,
Miss Rilea was the daughter of
Postmaster Rilea of Agness, and
Mrs. Scanlon was a widow with three
children, the oldest about sixteen
years old and the youngest twelve.
Both had lived in Agness for a
number of years and were well known
N. J. CHAIN RETURNED FROM
SOUTH WITH DRUG STOCK
N. J. Crain, manager of the Red
Crain Drug Co., which is to open up
for business in this city in a few days
relumed on the Elizabeth from San
Francisco, bringing part of his stock
with him and the rest will come on
.tho next trip, of the boat The new
store will be located in the building
now occupied by Reynolds' barber
shop and Donney's Coffee House.
BANDON DRUG COMPANY
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINGS
The Bandon Drug Co., Dr. II. L.
Houston, proprieor, ia now open for
business in the Lowe building on Ala
B. M. Hays, pharmacist of Port
land, who comes highly recommended,
has arrived and will have charge of
the store and prescription depart
ment. TWO DEER
BANDON PARTY, AFTER DEER,
BAG COUPLE OF FINE ONES
FIRST DAY OF THE OPEN SEA
SON. Ed Clinton, A. F. Derringer, Her
bert Brown and O. W. Gibson went
down to Brush Prairie in Mr. Clin
ton's Ford Friday and wcro ready
for the opening of tho hunting sea
son Saturday morning. Mr. Clinton
succeeded in bagging two door Sat
urday, one a big fivo pointer. Mr.
Gibson got one Sunday, but the oth
ers were not successful. Clinton and
Brown returned home Saturday night
but Gibson and Derringer remained
They are telling stories today of
their trip and say they put the Ford
through places thnt would make a
pack horso turn green with envy.
BANDON AGENCY FOR FRIC
TION DRIVE CARTERCAR.
H. G. WhlUutt him the agency for
thu friction drive Cmtemir in inldi
tlon to lilt Foul ugitney, and I now
liuiiy dulling uwtl any kind of 11 car
wunW'd, llo lin Junt Hd it Curler
cur to Frank McMullmi of Pwimurk,
mxl wont ovvr to MuolilluM Hulur
riuy (o drive it ovi-r. Tim nw iwr in
it III) 4 model, will) 10 Imuvh jitwtr,
m pWvtnt IIkIiJj, df tlminr iijuI
nil tujuijiHxinl mi li u vry UmuU
AT CMS BAY
THE BIG ANTLERED TRIBE ARE
CELEBRATING TODAY OVER AT
MARSIIFIELD. MANY ARE IN
ATTENDANCE FROM HERE.
Today is Coos County Moose Day
at Morshfteld and practically every
Moose in the county will bo there.
Every available car in Bandon was
pressed into service and about fifty
memlers of tho order left here about
5 o'clock this morning for ,the scene
of action. One of the big features
of the day will be a base ball games
between the Bandon Moose and the
North Bond Moose for the cham
pionship of the county.
Tho program started early this
morn.ng and will continue until late
IS IMPORTANT NEW INDUSTRY.
RECENTLY BUILT WHARF
ENABLES LARGE BOATS TO
..Port -Orford, August 3. On the
28th of July the Mary Olsen cleared
from Port Orford with over twenty
three thousand ties, making the larg
est ccrgo for a single shipment of ties
from any Pacific coast port. Tie mak
ing at Port Orford is a new industry.
Last year being tho first year ties
wore shipped in any quantity from
this harbor. The difficulty hereto
fore has boon largely due to inade
quate wharfage. The facilities be
ing such that though the water in the
harbor is deep enough for vessels of
any draft the wharfage facilities
were so poor that lnrge vessels could
not be loaded with reasonable dis-
patch. This spring a new wharf was
constructed which made possible the
loading of tho Mary Olsen with a full
MANY CASES COMMENCED
IN COOS CIRCUIT COURT.
Coquilk The following cases' have
been begun in tho Circuit court here
during the past week:
July 25 Grace Roth vs. Charles
Roth. Suit for divorce.
July 28 Ella Cochran vs. James
Cochran. Suit for divorce.
July 28 Chas. Stauff vs. J. F. Te
lnnder Charles Lask and Addison F.
July 29 Henry Meister vs. Joseph
Ilnuser, doing business as Coos Bay
Eagle Brewing Co.
July 20 Robert Marsdon, Sr., vs.
Fannin O'Donnell, James H. O'Don
ncll, James Franklin Haydou and Su
sie D. Hnydon. Sentinel.
LOGGER AT BUOOKINGS, CUR
RY COUNTY, CAUGHT UNDER
TREE AND CRUSHED TO
A man nninoil llonry wax mushi-d
to diMith yttntimluy ut Brooking in
Curry enmity by u ln fulling on
him. Hit, with konui oilier mill, won
lutftfiiitf Mtul u h trap foil liu wu In
tauw mmm taught yiulur it mi
iJwiuNiiy UUM. Ilt mt lu l!ii !'jn
f IV llj'wtfKiiitft UtnuJojimufll
J. L. KRONEN BERG INVESTIGA
TED SITUATION WHILE OUT
SIDE AND REPORTS PLENTY
OF MONEY TO BE HAD.
J. L. Kronenburg and family re
turned Saturday night from their trip
to the Willamette valley, Portland and
While in Portand Mr. Kronenberg
looked into the money situation to
see what could be done about secur
ing money for the property owners
in tho burned district, who are an
xious to got money to rebuild.
Mr. Kronenberg seated that there
was plenty of money to be had, and
all the money lenders ask is proper
security, and the money can be se
cured at a reasonable rate of inter
est. Most of tho people in the burned
district can furnish ample ,sccurty so
there will be no difficulty along that
score and it is probable that in a
.ihort time active building operations
With the building that is going up
on the Dyer corner, and a large per
cent of the other burned district, and
the now hotel building which is now
a sure go, ther will be great activity
in Bandon in the near future.
The plans for the new buildings
have nflt yet been definitely arrang
ed but details will probably bo gone
into in a few days.
SCHOOL FUND INTEREST
t- . . WILL BE DIVIDED
It is announced by the State Treas
urer that interest on the State school
funds will be divided among all the
counties of the state on the basis of
their respective school enrollments.
The total amount to be divided will
be $378,490.95, of which amount Mult
nomah will receiye tho largest single
slice ?91,883.95. The school popu
lation of the state is 201,887, an in
crease of 4,777 over last year. Tho
apportionment of the fund per pupil
will bo $1.85 as against $1.83 last
SEE THE END
THE APPROACHING EUROPEAN
WAR IS THEIR SIGN OF THE
LAST DAY, SAY PORTLAND
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS.
Portland, Ore The end of the
present world following the Battle of
Armageddon, with Jesus Christ as a
possiblo participant, and the rebirth
of a new world for tho righteous only
is predicted by local Seven Day Ad
ventists, who base their prophecy on
the present signs of a coming gener
al European war. Biblical passages
are interpreted by them to indicate
that these phenomena are at hand.
"The Bible prophesies tho move
ment of a great army from tho north
and the annihilation of it by the
Kingdom of tho South," said Elder
Milton II. St. John, pastor of tho Cen
tral Portland Seventh Day Adventist
Church. "By this wo understand that
Russia, drawn into tho conflict us it
is likely to be, will swoop down upon
Constantinople, eUowhoru known In
tho Bible us the Klndom of tho South,
and drivu the Turk from Hump into
the Holy Luiul. Then will follow the
Uutfle of Arnwgt'ililoii, comUtliig of
u tiuiioM of ronllelU around Juiiimi-
li'in, If ('luiht ilium wit winio In
t'Uitli during (hii IwtUu lie will do
uvuii'i fcoon ufiiir iu mwiuuiim. Wlion
hu rtfUin lu JImivoh, iku IJ1W tmy.
Jim wllJ tukp U of Uw niybimHt il
1tu WW. 'mm ritfMNMM MwpU,
Wjj ijJtt tlurtHK Uw f,ma mI Ut
llv litdwtM) lilt uuUwun, HMutldUiu Ut
tho Bible, will live in Heaven with
Christ for 1000 years. Meanwhile
satan will be bound on earth, which
then will bo inhabited by tho wicked.
At the conclusion of the 1000 years
Christ will return to earth with all
the righteous people and will settle
with them in the New Jerusalem.
Deceiving the people of the earth,
Satan, unbound ngain, will lead them
in attack against the New Jerusalem
with tho promise that they will con
quer the city. As they are marching
to the battle, a great fire will come
down from Heaven and devour them.
At the same time ridding the earth
of all disease and disease germs. A
new earth, inhabited with righteous
people will then bo born. From the
prophesies of tho Bible we cannot
fix the date, but conditions in Europe
now indicate that tho time is ripe.
We predict that the final battle of
the nations will come soon, as a result
of the present complications in Eu
rope. America, because of her in
timate commercial connections with
Europe, will probably be drawn into
the great war. Tho fact that the
many prophesies of the Bible seem to
converge just at this time, when the
nations of Europe are entangled, in
dicates that the great crisis is near
STARTED OPERATIONS YESTER
DAY AFTER BEING IDLE FOR
SEVERAL WEEKS AND WILL
Tho Perry veneer plant started op
erations again yesterday morning af
ter a shut down of several weeks,
.md will operate indefinitely if Mr.
Perry can secure spruce logs. He
has sufficient orders ahead to keep
ihe plant going constantly but his
only trouble is in securing logs as
so many of the camps are shut' down
at present. However, ho is in hopes
that conditions will change and that
he will bo able to secure logs now
as some of the camps are figuring
on starting up again.
Mr. Perry is working a full crew
in the cutting department end will
put on a crew in the box finishing
department if he succeeds in getting
sufficient logs to continue operations.
WEATHER REPORT FOR
THE MONTH OF JULY
Captain O. Wircn, co-operative ob
server, reports the raifall for the
month of July as .07 of an inch. The
rainfall for the corresponding month
last year was .47, making a difference
of .40 of an inch less this year.
There were 27 clear days' in July
and four' rainy and cloudy.
COQUILLE MAN LOSES AN
EYE IN BLAST ACCIDENT
Coquille About four o'clock yes
terday afternoon while at work on
the clearing of the Fairview-Sumncr
road, Road Supervisor Homer Holver
stott met with a very serious acci
dent which will probably result in
tho loss of an eye. Ho had placed
two small sticks of dynamite in a
stump, and thought he had only
lighted one of them. But just .as he
had gone back to seo tho effects of
the blast tho second wont off, strik
ing him almost directly in tho eyes.
Ho was brought in here, but the phy
siciuii who examined him thought
there was no hope of saving tho or
gan, so badly was it bruised, though
it had closed before tho stick struck
it. However, Mr. Holverstott was ad
vised to consult a specialist at
Marshfleld before giving up ull hope
und went over by uuto thin morning
to wio Dr. Straw. Sentinel.
MAYOR TOPPING IIA8 A
NEW MITCHELL AUTO
A loUiir from Muyor fieo. V. Ton
ping lo frlwwU Id thin oily tuit Dial
ki hihJ fondly uit ImvliiK u lino tliim
m Utfir Ui umi ujul Ui Iwiiw
In tiuii im. U it nli9 rt
GERMAN EMPEROR DEFIES THE
WORLD; ASKS FOR A BiLUON
DOLLARS TO CONTINUE WAR
FRENCH AND GERMAN NAVIES THOUGHT TO
HAVE MET GERMANS OECLAR WAR ON
BELGIUM. SERVIANS DEFEAT AUSTRIAN'S
(By Long Distance Telephone from Marshfleld Record)
Berlin, Aug. 4 Kaiser Wilhelm staled today that
Germany would fight the world if it came to a question
of her honor. The German emporer has made up an
imperial war buget asking for $1,250,000,000, with which
to carry on the war.
Berlin, Aug. 4 Germany today declared war on Bel
gium, because that nation refused to allow her to trans
port troops through the country to France.
Vancouver, B. C., Aug. 4 The Port of Vancouver
has closed and the steamers Empress of Russia and Ni
agara are here and will prob xbly remain.
Paris, Aug. 4 The Aus-rians were defeated by the
Servians today, 300 Austriars being killed. The engage
ment was at Ners Et Cour.,
London, August 4. Her,vy firing off the Yorkshire
coast has been heard. The French fleet left Brest some,
time ago, and the German fleet has passed the Kiel canal"
and it is believed they have met.
Berlin, Aug. 4 The Geiman steamship Kronjfrinzcn
Cecelie, carrying $10,500,000 in gold to European bankers,
at sea overheard a wireless message from one French ship
to another trying to locate her. There was a dance going
on on board and everything was stopped immediately
and the ship went into Bar Harbor, Maine, where she
MEXICAN REVOLUTION ON AGAIN.
Mexico City, Aug. 4 Csrnmza refuses to treat with
the Huerta officials, and the Mexican revolution has brok
en out again.
FLOUR SALES IPOST OFFICE
are stopped; has moved
C. F. PAI'E HAS UECEIVED OR
DERS NOT TO CONTRACT ANY
FLOUR AT PRESENT. THE
EUROPEAN WAR CAUSE.
Tho first effect of the war in Eu
rope to be felt in Bandon was when
C. F. Pape, local agent for tho Sper
ry Flour Company, received orders
not to contract any more flour for fu
ture delivery, as the price of both
wheat and Hour is floating skyward,
and wholesalers will not accept tho
present prices for future delivery. It
is believed that flour will go from $1
to $4 a barrel higher within tho next
month or two.
KLAW & ERLANGER GO
IN FOR MOTION PICTURES
The greatest theatrical magnates
in tho United States today have come
to the realization that tho American
public wants pictures more than the
legitimate drama. This is proven by
tho many Broadway theatres in New
York City changing over from tho
big stock shows to tho exhibition of
feature films. Klaw & Erlangor
have cantracted with the immense
Blograph studios In New York City
to produce a series of feature film
that will represent tho hlghtogt pur
foction so fur uttninml in motion pho
tography. The liiggust and bout
utorfes will lio (llinod on it jmwUj of
niiignllU'tiiico ikivih' boforo fittompUH.
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NOW IN NEW LOCATION IN THE
THRIFT BUILDING ON BALTI
MORE AVENUE. CHANGE IS
The Bandon post office was moved
into its new location in tho now
Thrift building on Baltimore avenue
Sunday afternoon The boxes have
boon installed in their places and oth
er fixtures are being installed as rap
idly as possible.
Some of the new ma'terials and fix
tures have not yet arrived, but will
be installed as soon as they get here.
.MISS MAGNOLIA WHITE OF
P.ORT ORFORD WINS IN CON
TEST FOR QUEEN OF 'HII?
Port Orfeitl, Aug. . TJi (Juon
of Uw 0rnJvJ vaniwti mi won here
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