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SMMVEEKLY BANDON . RECDfiRiUOUS'T ifofc 19ti
The Biggest and Best Show in Coos County
The Girl of Mystery No. 7
Lucille lands in China after many thrilling escapes
on land and sea.
6000 feet of high class photo plays
Wed. Aug. 5. Admission 15-10c
Coming Friday, August 7th
PERILS OF PAULINE, NO. 7
COMING SUNDAY.. Klaw and Irlanger present a
big reeler Lord Chumley.
Items of General Interest Gathered From , Our
Coos and Curry County Exchanges
NORTH BEND NEWS
From the Harbor:
Jock Melzer, Win, Murphy and A.
Buchler, three members of the Brew
ery Worker's Uuion, who were dis
charged by Chas. Thorn, owner of
the Coos Bay Brewery last Saturday,
allege that the trouble arouse over
their refusal to work with a non-union
workman who had been employed
at that place for the past nine months
and that they had requested to join
at different times.
The commercial club started by the
citizens of Cooston on the cast side
of the bay, held their regular meet
ing on Monday evening and was at
tended by about 40 people. The mem
bership is increasing jvery week,
many of which are percor.a who i.ve
elsewhere but who have purchased
lots there, and ore interested in t!.e
move recently taken by the citize 3
who havo long awaited devolojm t
by the corporation owning the bull;
of the lots.
Word has been received by friends
of L. D. Kinney, recently taken to
the state hospital at Salem that he is
suffering a severe attack of blood
poison from an injury ho received in
the arm while being taken to that in
stitution. His condition is reported
to be improving mentally.
P. W. Wood of thisc ity has copies
of tho Boiso Tri-Weekly Statesman,
published April, 18G5, the first year
of the existence of that great modern
newspaper. The paper was set in
the smallest possiblo type, tho ad
vertisements condensed, and the pa
per' contained but four pages. The
illness of Jeff Davis was told, as was
the doings of several tribes of In
dians, and other pioneer movements.
Tho paper was sold at $12 per year
and advertisements were charged for
at tho rate of one dollar per line.
Milliron and Pitney, tho genial pro
prietors of tho Club Cigar Store,
have a speed boat ready for her trial
trip, which bids fair to outclass any
thing yet floated on Coos Bay. Tho
hull is 25 feet long and built on speed
linos, and sho is equipped with n 1(!
horso Dunn four cylinder engine,
which turns up a lC-inch wheel at
Beginning August 1st Lakoside
will have a daily mail service, Sun
days excepted. The mail since rail
road activities started at that place
has increased to the extent that a
daily mail bcrvice has been granted
by the department. Tho mail has
formorly been taken out every other
Friday, July 23d, 1914, aftek a lin
gering illness, aged G9 years. Iun
eral services were held at tho Hawkins
residence on Saturday, and the re
mains wcro conveyed to the Den
mark cemetery for interment. De
ceased leaves a son, six grad chil
dren and several great grand chil
dren to mourn her loss.
Tl e gasoline schooner Randolph
was in our harbor Saturday, enroute
from Portland to' Wedderburn, for
which place she had a full cargo.
She is due here today on her return
Mrs. A. A. Jamieson departed for
Myrtle Point by automobile last Sun
day, being called by the serious ill
ness of her brother, Wm. Corbin, who
has been an invalid for more than
a year, and forw horn there is slight
hope of recovery.
W. E. Burrow arrived in Port Or
ford, from Rivcrton, one day last
wed:, enroute to Gold Beach, where
hevill in partnership with Walter
Miller, engage in the blacksmithing
business, at which Mr. Burrow has
had many years experience.
Tho steamer Mary Olsen, which
has been lying at our new wharf
since Inst Thursday, taking on a car
go of railroad tics, finished loading
yesterday and sailed for San Pedro
with 23,000 ties, said to be the larg
est single shipment of ties ever car
ried out of any port on tho coast, and
equal to one million feet of lumber.
Mrs. diaries Forty and Mrs. O.
Lenevo left for a visit to Bandon last
Monday, where Mrs. Forty will pur
chase furniture and other necessary
appurtenances for her hotel the
Seaside. During her absence she is
ably represented at the hotel by Mrs.
Australia, who has been appointed to
tho local church of the Latter Day
Saints, arrived tht forepart of the
week with Mrs. Barmorc, and they
will make this their home. Mr. Bar
mirc will act as one of the modera
tors in the debate between Elder C
E. Crumley and Prof. D. C. Kellems
nt the Christuin church which optns
Prof. L. W. Wimberly, who lias
been employed as superintendent of
the Myrtle Point city schools for the
mouth, Tuesday, and is getting things
lind up for the opening of the school
the second week in September. Many
of the patrons of the school will re
member Mr. Wimberly, he having
been here the forepart of the 1910-11
term when he gave cp tho work on ac
count of ill health.
COQUILLE NEWS '9
MYRTLE POINT NEWS
PORT OKI'OKI) NEWS
From tho Tribunal
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of (lie rouil from U)wi o tho bruu
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From the Enterprise:
Dr. J. R. Hamilton raised oats on
the old Epperson place on Sugarloaf
that measures over six feet from
root to tip. How is that for Coos
county hill land?
Tho Church of the Brethorn here
is tho scene of a series of meetings
this week and many of those who
camo in for the conference at Bandon
last week have remained here for
A new school building is soon to
be erected in District No. 71 on
Catching Creek. The plans and spec
ifications have been approved, and
the structure is to bo 18x20 with ten
foot coiling nnd will bo modorn in
Minn Gortlo Arrington, daughter of
Mr. und Mrs. V. L. Arrington of this
city, und Mr. Lunsou Lenove, on of
Mr. und Mm. J. W. U'liovo of Co
qullle, were united In murWugu ut
high noon, Vliuuliiy, July 2Hth, ut
I lu Iioinu of tliu ofllciutlng rlurgyiimn,
Itov, Morrill In Jhiiulon. Vremit ut
lliu iwnuiioiiy vwro Mr. uiwl Mm. J,U
Jihivm, Air J. ('. I'ux, Krumlfullivr ut
llio ukdiii. uml Vditwil ArrlnutoiL
bi'i'lJitir uf (Im bi'Wo Tin' tvtddiiijf
ittuty miu Hit trip ut muj (im,
llmm to mtUmuAUm yuJ mi lnir
mUum Im LUimtimt u Mwlilluir ilium
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From tho Sentinel:
Geo. Baiely of Marshfield, who was
arrested several months ago for as
sault with a deadly weapon, and has
since been out on bail, voluntarily
surrendered himself on Thursday, to
release his bondsmen, and is now one
of Turnkey Landrcth's guests.
Last Tuesday at the County farm
the doctors performed an operation
on Mary Wright, one of the inmates
there, removing her only eye, which
had become so infected that it was
Deer appear to be very much at
homo in this vicinity. Three of them
came out of the woods east of town
on Tuesdny night and apparently be
ing anxious for an education hied
themselves to the High school grounds
but finding no one there to register
them, they merely left their cards in
the shape of tracks.
Mayor A. T. Morrison and family
returned from San Diego and Los
Angeles Wednesday afternoon com
ing (jy way of Roseburg. The mayor
has been putting in some time in the
hayficld and has acquired a healthy
coat of tan.
The water supply in the city res
ervoir is now being argumented by
pumping from the Dutch John res
ervoir, which began Wednesday. The
increasing supply speedily filled one
of tho old reservoirs, and but for
cleaning out the other both . would
have been up to high water mark by
this time. That little dam at Dutch
John, with ample pumping power, is
going to make lots of difference dur
ing the summer.
Assessor T. J. Thrift returned yes
terday from a week's trip to Jackson
and Josephine counties, and says af-
ttr his experience with old Sol down
there he is never going to compain
about hot weather in the Coquille val
ley again. He reports a genuine
boom for Fred Hollistcr for congress
in that section, and says a good many
republican papers are outspoken for
From the Leader:
Mrs. W. Johnson and little Dorothv
Sherwood departed for Bandon Wed
nesday to visit with friends and rel
Mrs. Ogers of Oakland, Calif., who
is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. Wood
ruff, nt Lakoport, was a passenger
on the Whittmann Bros, stage -for
A. II. Manwaring and his two chil
dren, Miss Hazel and Harold W., do
parted in their auto car for Bandon
Thos. Hughes of Rivcrdalo passed
through Langlois Wednesday with a
load of fat hogs for the Bandon mar-kot.
Wm. Cox of North Lanelois. ac
companied his daughter, Mrs. Dclln
Renno, to her home at Santa Bar
bara, Col., returned to Conuillo, nnd
visited his daughetr, Mrs. Kity Len
ove, and returned to his home today.
Dad Corbin of Sixes nnd W. Matli
eny of Langlois made of flying trip
to Myrtle Point Saturday, where
they were summoned by tho sickness
of Mr. Corbin's son, whoh sab enn
ailing for a long time, Mr. Corbin
rcmnined with his son and W. Math
eny returned homo Monday accom
panied by his nephow, W. Corbin, of
E. A. Thorhaven departed for Ban
don Saturday and returned in tho ev
ening accompanied by his wife, who
Had been visiting her children tho
hut two week, who live In Bandon.
Mr. nnd Mm. J. H. Jainon and on,
Dt'beit, Mr. und Mm. W. JoIiiimoii of
Bundon, MU Ellen HelmlU, und Mix
Dorothy Khurwaml of Bundon. worn
vUltlnif ut the homo of Mr. und Mm.
into. w. Coborn of Ulfujtort Sunday.
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t-tJ hv Mj Uiiuiy " umJ tuMiMnt
action with a volunteer fire brigade.
A spark from the flue of the kitchen
stove at tho Gold Bdach hotel, start
ed a blaze on the roof near the flue.
A neighbor, Mrs. D. M. Mooro, dis
covered the blaze soon ofter it start
ed and gave the alarm. The guests
at tho hotel togther with a few men
that happened to be on the street at
the time, respondedt o the call for
help and in a few minutes had the
fire out before any damage to speak
of was done.
A sada flair took place here yes
terday, when Mrs.W m.S tewart of
Ophir was brought before Judge
Wood on an insanity charge, and af
ter a medical examination was ad
judged insane. The unfortunate wo
man has been in failing health for
several years past and as a conse
quence her mind has railed to such
an extent that it has become neces
sary to place her in a sanatorium
where proper care and attention can
ben given. Mrs. Stewart is about
sixty-five years of age and has been
a resident of this county nearly 20
years. She has a husband, Rev. Wm.
Stewart, one son, C. T. Stewart, and
two grand children.
A thirty mile boat race between
Dick Pugh and Frank Lowery on a
wager of thirty cents was won Sun
day evening by Frank Lowery by the
close margin of ten feet, three and
three-fourths inches according to
Charley Starr's measurements.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross and daughter,
Addie, of Albany, Oregon, are now
visiting their daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hewitt. They
camo all tho way in their auto and
were accompanied from Roseburg
by Rev. C. E. Short, who came on a
few days vacation and visit to friends
The Gold Beach ball team went to
Agness last Sunday and crossed bats
with the Agnes3 Bears in the after
noon, in a game that will long be re
membered. Although a larcg dele
gation of rooters from here accom
panied thot cam and cheered the boys
to the last notch, it was of no avail
as the Agness lioys proved too much
andw hen the score card was sum
med up it stood 11 to C in favor of
For Rent Five nicely furnished
rooms, down stairs. Mrs. E. Lee, Ban
don. tf. "
Bandon Lodge, NoftiSO, A. F. &
A. M. Stated communications first
Saturday aftor the full moon of
each month. Special communications
Master Masons cordially invited.
C. R. MOORE, W. M.
PHIL PEARSON, Secretary.
Occidental Chapter, No. 45, O. E.
S., meets Saturday evenings before
and after stated communications of
Masonic lodge. Visiting members
cordially invited to attend.
L. KATE ROSA, W. M.
ROSA BINGAMAN, Secretary.
Loyal Order of Moose.
Meets Thursday evenings in I. O.
O. F. hall. Transcient Mooso cord
ially invited. Something doing ev
Ocean ReLekoh Lodge, No. 126, I.
O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Tuesdays at I. O. O. F. hall. Tran-
cient members cordially invited.
LENA DAVIDSON, N. G.
MINERVA LEWIN, Secretary.
w. o. w.
"With Chnritv Towords All"
Seaside Camp, No. 212, W. 0. W.
meets Tuesdays. K. of P. hall, 8 p.
m. Visitors arc assured a hot wel
come. By order of
W. A. KELLER, C. 0.
C. M. GAGE, Clerk.
I .0. 0. F.
Bandon Lodge, No. 133, I. O. 0.
F., meets every Wednesday evening.
Visiting brothers in good standing
D. C. KAY, N. G.
L. I. WHEELER. Secretary.
Knighlg of Pythias.
Delphi Lodge, No, G4, Knights of
PythiuH. Meets ovory Monday ev
ening ut Knights hall. VUltlng
knights InvlU'd to attend.
ERNEST KIDWKLL, 0. C.
U, N, HARRINGTON, K. of U. S,
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are now at hand and for that tramp in tho "hills" don't forget one
of our $5.00 watches. "They stand the test." A cheaper tima-pieco
furnished if you prefer.
Our jowelry is entirely new and up-to-date, assuring
you complete satisfaction in presenting any article as
You possibly pay more but the quality "exists."
Everard H. Boyle, Mgr.
orr. roar omac.
The mill is down but Pm
still on the job, ready to
furnish you with a sky
scraper or a chicken
GEO. W. MOORE LUMBER CO.
G. E. WILSON
All kinds of light and heavy work. Horses scientif.
; : ically shod. Deformities remedied. Bring in your
:; cripples and get their feat' adjusted by a man that
;: knows a foot Carl Clifford, the scientific horse
; : shoer. Tie checkers, splitting mauls, and all kinds
of tie makers tools. All work Guaranteed right.
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
i S. S. BREAKWATER
ALWAYS ON TIME
From Porlland Every Tuesday at 8:00 P. M.
From Coos Bay Evck'y Saturday at Service
of the Title.
Confirm sailings through M. F. Shoemaker, Bandon
A. D. Mills
Good Lots in Azalea Park, $25 Down and $10 per
month. Bargain in Business Lot on First Street.
E. T. WOl.VEUTON II. C. DIPPEL
(loos County Mcanr Opportunity See Bandon Finrt I
DIPPEL & WOLVERTON
CHOICE FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY
FINE INSURANCE (JUY Wl'l'Sh CONVEYANCES
NOTAKY PUHLIC AUDITING UK Ah El IT ATE
HEUTALH ACCOUNTING FA KM LANDS
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