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THAT MANS US
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A Welcome '
HONEST, old man, I don't know
'what we would have done
without that ETNA ACCUMULA
TIVE ACCIDENT POLICY.
When n fellow live on the "no-worlc-no-pay
bnsis' and has nothing to fallback on,
a cracked head and a broken arm don't get
him anything. All he can do is sit around
and wonder how the wife can scrape to
gether enough to keep the family going.
He just naturally worries himself twice
Out this Etna Accident Policy takes
the place of the pay envelope. Gives you
$50 a week as long as you're totally dis
abled by your injuries and $25 a week
even though you are only partially dis
abled by them. Pays the bill for a surgical
All you do is sit back and tell your
broken head and arm: "All right, boys,
take your time about healing. I'm pro
vided for until you're fit again."
Safeguard YOUR income against acci
dent. Protect YOUR home from want.
Let us explain liow easy it is how cheap. 1
Write or telephone. J
E. E. OAKES
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FESTIVAL SPOUTING EVENTS
Athletic events this ycir will he
un important division of the coining
Rose Festival. Charles F. Uerg,
secretary of the fiesta, after a con
ference with officials of the Multno
mah Amateur Athletic Club annouiic
es the list of events as follows: 100
yd. dash, 220 yd. dash, .140 yd. run,
half mile run, five mile modified
marathon, 120 yards dash, 220 yard
hurdle, shot put, discus throw, 10
pound hammer throw, GO pound
Weight, running high jump, running
broad jump, pole "ault, javelin throw
and a mile relay, each team composed
of four men.
The meet will bo held June 11 nd
will be known as the P. N. ,A. track
and field meet. It will he under Hie
auspices of tho Multnomah Club and
the festival assocclation. The games
will serve as a try-out to select a team
to represent the Pacific Northwestern
Association in the far western track
and field championships at San Fran
cisco. Entries ate being received
from all athletic clubs of the North
west, including those of Vancouver
and Victoria U. C.
From the Coos Ray Times
C. R. Wright, in charge of the gov
ernment jetty work at Bandon, came
up Saturday afternoon to see the re
cords in the U. S. Engineering oflice
here, returning home this morning.
W. E. Craine of logging 'business
at Handon came up yesterday on the
Speedwell from San Francisco and
this morning returned to his home
after an absence of several weeks.
E. L. Robinson, of Marshfield, has
been engaged by Warren Reed, of
Reedsport, to lay out a summer town
site on Winchester Hay dividing a 50
acre tract adjoining the buy on the
South into building lots, thus provid
ing for a summer resort on that spot
which has for years brought many
visitors from outside during the warm
It is claimed that 2000 people last
year visited Winchester bay. ,
THE THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION
OF THE NEW YORK WORLD
Practically a Daily at the Price of a
Weekly. .No other Newspaper In the
world gives ho much at no low u price.
Tho year 1911 witnessed the out
break of tho Titanic European war
which makes all other wars look
Hiimll. You live in momentous times
and you should not mixs any of tho
trenientJuoua events that are occur
ring. No other nownpapcr will keep
you ko well informed as tho Tluire-n-
Week edition of the Now York World
Moreover, a year mnmcnptinii to
H will taliii you fur Into our next
piiMiilontiul i'liiiipuigii iiml wll give to
wtileni milium the eiutern Nitiintion
It contain u vunt amount ot rumllng
iMttii' at u vury uhtmji U'"'n.
Tim Tliik'n-nWiiuk WuiM'tf MKulur
ubwiiptWi jirtev U bWJy ,p,
AMI tlU )IU' (til lltf wnir.
W ttiUr Utu UHMtishuiwI M)nmim
"4 tiw iswi-vu!$in-v HAliUUM
"Wake Up Riley" to
. Wake from Slumber
Carry County IrorfMine to be Relocated
and Worked, According to Following
From the Gold Beach Globe
Howard Smith and Clarence Har
mon of Myrtle Point are in the city
and will bo hero for several days
They are going to Wake Up Riley
(the ledge of Wake Up Riley is
ledge of iron ore located for many
years and lying west and south o
Agncss about five miles) and if they
find the old Rip Van Winkle mine iiK
tact and merely slumbering there will
be something doing in these "diggins"
The quality of the iron in the ledges
in and around the sleeping giant has
been tested and shows great richness
somo of the assays disclosing seven
ty-six per cent of iron.
The present activities in and a
round Wake up Riley's is to prospect
and determine the extent of the ore
bodies of a large number of clainif
If they are sufficiently large to justify
the capital is at hand to develop atu
place the mine on a business basis.
it is not uetinitely known who is
back of this movement but suspicion
points to the Amalgamated Steel
works of America. The prospecting
will be clone with a diamond drills,
The machinery was expected on the
Rustler last week hut for some cause
was delayed to such an extent that
tho Rustler will not be able to bring
it at this time.
The fauperintcnuent is expected a
bout the 1st of May, and when he ar
rives, the sound of the hammer, the ax
and the saw will be heard in the land,
and soon about forty prospectors will
get busy and be busy at least a year
and a hlf and if the predictions of en-
cngincers and mining men are ver
ified and bodies of ore of sufficient
size are located, ten a lart;e force
of mon will be put on and the rcduc
tion of the ore to pig iron begun. That
will not only Wake-up Riley, but the
entire Koguc River Valley, and- in
stead of waiting for Unkle Sam to get
around with the forest reserve, the
wide-awake people of the Rogue River
will build their own road, and probab
ly not only build an automobile road
but build an electric line which will
take the output of a great smelter,
which will be built to the ocean.
With an outlet of that sort, rail
roads will see it to their financial in
terest to build into the Rogue River
Valley as far as the smelter, at least
and between the two we are pretty
sure to get rapid and cheap transport
ation, by electricity and steam from
tho ocean to the Southern Pacific
through line from Portland. Probable
the smelter will build their own elec
tric, line to the ocean, which will
compel reasonable rates to meet water
Everything is on the qui vive in Cur
ry County just waiting until some
uung oreaKs loose, ana you will see
things move in a way that will not on
ly Wake-up-Riley and the Rogue
River Valley, but the entire County
of Curry and our neighboring coun
ties as well. That would probably
make Agness the head of navigation
for tho present and Gold Reach and
Wedderburn the base of supplies.
Sixteen of the moss picturesque
Indians of tho Blackfeet tribe, who
make their home in Glacier National
park, in Northwestern Montana, will
come to Portland for the Rose Festi
val as the guests of Louis W. Hill,
president of the Great Northern rail
way. Mr. Hill has sent tho Glacier
Park Indians on many trips over the
united States tho last two years to
call attention to the new-national pla'y
ground, and other scenic wonders of
Montana, Oregon and Washington
with a view to attracting tourist
travel to the Pacific Northwest.
His efforts have been most success
ful and last year moro than 30,000
people visited Glacier National Park.
Many were prevailed upon to continue
their journey to ineludi. s
okiine, Portl.ini an' Tacoma. and
th.s many intorestmr side "trips from
these cities. Mr. Hill believed that
tho presence of these handsome Red
men, with their women folks and
children all in war paint and feathers
would Kervo to miiH people in wulkit
of life ask ipii'Ht.oiiH, It did with the
reiiult that tlioiixands of touriutH who
have heon In Oregon ami W.uliliii'twi
tho lust two yearn wttro ntlilm! to
tho Nnrlhwost by tmi unique puhMly
mollioiU of Mr. Hill In hi work of x
ploltlng (ilui'iur Nnllmml J'uik.
Tlit JlliiKkVut IihIImii will iiluli
ilitlr Iujhjwi injur Ui itoiM cmlvr,
Md iluily iwwjiUwMg luy imt in lh
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POINTS THE WAY
The .Statement, of .Tins .Rosa-burg
Resident Will Interest Our Readers
Our neighboring town, Rosefmrg
points the way in the words of one
its most respected residents:
G. H. Poole, prop, blacksmith shop,
J18 N. Rose st.,Roscburg, Ore., says
"1 have used Doan's Kidney Pills
several occasions, when my back and
kidney have bothered me and I hav
always iounu them good. 1 recom
mend Doan's Kidney Pills to anyone
suffering from kidney complaint."
Price COc, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply asK lor a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Poole had. Foster-Milburn
Co., props., Ruffalo, N. Y. adv.
PORT OR FORD REPORTS
(From Port Orford Tribune.)
C. H. Pearse came in from his homo
on Midlc Elk yesterday to superintcu
dent tho building of the new wharf,
work on which will 'ommence mimed
iately. Weather permitting, the
wharf will he completed inside of six
Shearing has already comm'-nccd
among some of the smaller bands of
sheep. Wool growers are now being
offered about 27c, although many are
declining to sell at this price in hopes
that 30c per lb. can be had before tho
summer is over.
A span of the old wharf, some fifty
yards in length and left standing
when that structure went down in
storm over year ago, fell with its own
Weight in a calm sea last week. It
had been standing for over 23 years.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Sherrard of
Bandon made a trip to Wedderburn
Wednesday in their Dodge auto, re
turning Saturday. They made the
run over the rough roads s mill of
here without the least difficulty, and
Mr. Sherrard is more enthusiastic
than ever, if that is possible, over the
merits of the Dodge car. He says it
is the greatest hill climlwr he over
drove. In company with George
Laird, Mr. Sherrard drove down from
Bandon again Monday.
The Garoutte Bros, of Bandon have
put their auto on a regular run be
tween their town and Port Orford.
Geo. W. Curry was in town from
his Elk river farm one day last week
and gave the Tribune family a two
pound sample of tho butter he iu now
making. Mr. Curry has only recent
ly gone into the dairying business and
will milk 12 cows this season. These
are selected in northern Uurry. liy
selling to the local people at the same
price that he would get for his butter
after deducting all tho expense of
shipping Mr. Curry hopes to disiio.se
of all of his out put in the home
market. If all of Mr. Carry's ma we
is equal to the sample left at this of
fice he is sure to have m. my sutis'icil
W. R. Hurst brought r.n egg to the
Tribune office yestenlnyrlaid by one
f his pure blood 'leghorn liens, that
measures l inches in circumlereuce
one way and 8 inches the other, and
weights ounces. If anyone can
produce an egg from a leghorn
chicken that will beat this we would
liko to hear from him. And bring
your eggs in fresh; wc will preserve
the shell and see that the stuffing
J. J, Dubs, a mining man from Los
rngeles, arrived in Port Orford the
first of the week anil expects to make
this place his headquarters during the
summer while he investigates the
mineral resources of the' section, and
lso demonstrates a eold m ing
machine that he has with him. The
machine has been proven an success
and Mr. Dubs is anxious to find some
black sand deposit to work.
Sheriff Ralley has reason to be
lieve that ho was born under a lucky
star, as he escaped by tho narrowest
margin from being a victim of tho
Randolph tragedy. And it Ik not often
that a dentist plays tho tolo of u lifo
saver, hut In this inxtiinco our worthy
sheriff oweu his well heii g at thix
time to tio visit of Dr. 1.. P. Sor. nni n
to Port Orford. Mr. Jljihy v,f hav
ing tioiihlo with Inn ItH'tli and w mi
the vitrgo of hoarding the Randolph
for Handon whim lie IouiihmI tin dm
tint wim nt this pluw ihhI uiTiiiiJiiiuly
vJiuiigiid jiImiin iiml IoU lti unit lol
Port Oifonl iiielueil uf lb Uidljih
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uandon Lodge, No. 130, A. F. &
A. M. Stated communications first
Friday after the full moon of
each month. Special communications
Master Masons cordially invited.
WALTER SABIN, W. M
C. E. BOWMAN. Sec.
Occidental Chapter, No. 45, O. E
S. meets Friday evenings before
and nftcr stated communications of
Masonic lodge. Visiting memborfi
cordially invited to attend.
ADELAIDE E. REYNOLDS, W. M.
BLANCHE FAULDS, Secretary
I .0. O. F.
Bandon Lodge, No. 133,
I. O. 0.
F., meets every Wednesday
Visiting brothers in good
D. C. KAY,
L. I. WHEELER. Secretary.
Ocean Rebekah Lodge, No
O. O. F., meets second and
Tuesdays at I. O. O. F. hall.
cient members cordially invited.
MARGARET SMITH, N
MARY C. BARROWS, Secretary
BANDON CHURCHES $
M. E. Church South
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Preaching, 11:00 a. m.
Epworth League, 0:30 p. m.
Preaching, 7:30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting, Thursday, 7:30.
Missionary Society, Friday, 2.33.
W. B. SMITH, Pastor.
Sunday School, 10:00 a. ni.
Preaching, 2nd, -Uh and 5th
days at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. in.
REV. WM. HORSFALL, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Public Service, 11:00 a. in.
Evening service, 8:00, p. in.
Mid-Week Service, Thursday, 7:30
All who do not attend church else
where are invited to worship with us.
C. MAYNE KNIGHT, Pastor
10 a. m Sabbath School
11 a. m Preaching
3:00 p. m. .. C. E. I raye.- meeting
8:00 p. in Preaching
Wednesday 8:00 p. m. Prayer inciting
A cordial invitation is extended the
public to attend these services
REV. W INFIELD S. SMITH, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 A. M.
Preaching Service, 11:00 A. M.
ELDER A. B. REESE
Church of the Bretheni
Sunday Services: Sunday School
10:00 a. m; Preaching serivco ut 11
m. and 7:00 p. m.
Everybody cordially invited.
L. B. OVERIIOLSER, Pas'.or.
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3 PROFESSIONAL' CARDS
C. R. WADE
N BANDON, OREGON
DRVH. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Office in First Nntional Bank build
ng. Hours, i) to 12 a. m; 1:30 to 4 p.
m; 7 to 8 in the evening.
SMITH J. MANN
Physician & Surgeon
Ofiice in Elliugson
1 to 5 p. in.
0 to 12 a. m:
Offleo in First National Bank
ng. Telephone at house and
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Ellingson building, Phone 72
DR. ARTHUR GALE
Physician & Surgeon
Office in EMingson building. Of.ice
phone, 352. Residence phone, .lo.i.
DR. S. C. ENDICOTT
Ofiice in Ellings-m building. Ofiice
phone 1211. Residence phone, llol
DR. I. L. SCO FIELD
Office in Fahy nnd Morrison Build-
ng- next to Emergency Hospital.
DR. 11. M. SHAW
Eye, Ear, Nose and
Ofiice Phone 330 J Res Phone 105 J
Rooms 200-1 Irving Block
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