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I Order Your Freight Sent
S. S. ELIZABETH
Large Two-Berth Outside State Rooms With Run
Eight Day Service Between the Coquille River and
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER FARE, $7.50
FREIGHT RATES, $3 ON UP FREIGHT
Reservations: J. E. Norton, Coquille; Perkins',
Myrtle Point; E. B. Thrift, Langlois.
j. E. WALSTROM, Agent, Bandon
The July telephone directory is
being distributed. Careful use of
the directory will improve your
service. CALL BY NUMBER.
If you do not receive a copy of
the , new directory promptly, call
COOS AND CURRY TELEPHONE CO.
Read The Bandon
OIG UP INDIAN CHIEF'S BONES.
With Thorn Are Found Copper Orna
ments and Arrowheads.
Maple Ruplds. MJch. The boi.es of
an Indian, who probably died a ceil
tury ago, well- found recently In a
gravel pi t' In tliu western part of Mnple
The red lunn wuh evidently a man of
Borne importance, because there were
copper urmlcta oilIiIm wrlsj hones, nml
his full bore lllntloek. with the Mint In
place nil ready to lire, had been hurled
with III in. Alongside the bones were
also found a brims kettle mid some ar
rowheads, lie hud n full net of per
The locution of the grave Is on what
was formerly a main Indian trail. An
Indian trading post wax established
nearby about 1830.
ERROR MAY COST HER $8,000
Texas Widow's Damage Suit Hinges
on Slim Technicality.
Washington.-It may cost Mrs. P
tor C. Boston of Purls, Tux., S.U00 to
learn "what's In u name."
Sbo sued a Texas railroad for dam
ages oil account of the death of her
husband and obtained a Judgment of
$8,000. The Hull was brought In her
own inline, as permitted by the Tcxiih
employers' liability law, hut not as ad
ministrator of her husband's estate, iih
required by the federal employers' lia
bility law. The railroad brought the
case to the miprcmu court on the con
tention that the Texas law wax repeal
ed by the passage of the federal act
and that Mrs. Iloston brought the milt
ondcr the wrong nnino.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
U. S. Land Oflicc ut Itosehurg, Oregon
July II, 1015
NOTICE is hereby given that Harry
L. Anderson, of Bandon. Oregon, who
Bandon, Coquille &
Two Bi'k Seven Passenger
Lrsm Hindoo Li-am Ooullle
7;00, a, in. ,,,r IU,","n
1.00, p, in, H:I5, . in.
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fv .$t liiwuyli m Mllshliilii
UaA hr WMir I'mnml On
Mh hUftln, Prop
by the Old Reliable
on July 22, 11)12, made Homestead
Entry, Serial No. 08204 for the K Y
of NW 14 and Lots 1 and 2 of Section
31, Township 20 S, Range 13 W, Wil
lamette Meridian, has filed notice ot
intention to make final Three-year
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before Manton 10.
Treadgold, U. S. Commissioner, zt his
ofiice, at Itandon, Oregon, on the 30tli
day of August, 1915.
Claimant names as witnesses: u
UuJscl, of Bandon, Oregon; Ed
Young, of Bandon, Oregon; Pete
Spnnin of Bandon Oregon; G. II wish,
of Myrtle Point, Uregon..
J. M. UPTON,
Jun 20 Ot Registc
THE WHISTLING BOV.
SO keen, so clonr.
Falls on the onr.
The wild sweet pipings of his Ill's.
Bo sharp, so tart,
1 thrill and start.
And fancy tlnclnn to the finder tips.
mriE dlney town.
With walls of brown.
With Krliry streets and nnvnmonts Trar.
Its rush and ronr
I note no mora.
And nil Its fierce commotions part nwsy.
"O hermit thrush
Through woodland Innh
Could thrill a tune moro frsh n1 fro;
No mocking bird
Mora Kindly heard
Throueh verdant v!no clad swnmos In
T FETSL. n breeia
ThrouRh cherry trees
O'er dnndellons wet with dew.
And on a rail
I hear a quail
Uladdcu nn old pen oh orchard through
T'JE THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION
OF THE NEW YORK WOULP
l iii-'.ically n Daily at the Price ol n
Weekly. .No other Newspaper in tl"
world gives ho much at ho low n price.
The ''car 1914 witnessed the out
break of tho Titanic European war
wUnh mnkes all other wars look
sma''. You live in momontous times
and you should not miss any of the
tremenduous events that aVu occur
ring, No other newspaper will keep
you Kit well informed iih the Thrice-a-Week
edition of the New York World
Moreover, a yenr'a huhhciijiIioii to
it will take you fur into our next
prt'Mldciitlul I'liinpiilgn mid wll gjvo to
wcntiTii milium tint emitum ulluntlon
It t'ontuliiN u vut amount of reading
nulU'r at n vuiy rlimip pioii.
Tim Tlnlct-nWiek Wuild' muut
ruUuiiplioii pneo Is only f,oo pc
)ut, und Him iuy for IM pupurn,
WJ ullVr Ihls uiuuuld wewKpujier
mi lliu HJJMMVHIIKI'Y UAtilHHi
iiituunimn iiiiw w w ym
lu only IIM, riw turner wla)!"
Uvi imv (w i.y ;wv fm I f?w
News of Myrtle Point
From Myrtle Point Enterprise
J. C. VVnrner, the South Fork ranch
er who is also a successful vnrmit
hunter, was a business visitor here and
at Marshfield latter part of last week
Mr. Varn6r killed- two more bear in
the hills back of his range about n
week ago, one of which weighed about
400 pounds dressed.
E. N. Smith and family arrived
from Riverside, California, last Satur
day having made the trip in a Ford
cut: They went fiom here to Coquille
whero they will make their home dur
ing the summer and fall.
Cached in a pocket in the "mountains,
off a trail and in a place almost inac1'
ccssible, Deputy Game Warden Tho
mas Inst week came upon a camp of
Walter Oevoe, a hunter and trapper
and seized 400 pounds of jerked ven
sion in his tent. The man was arrest
ed on the charge of unlawfully killing
deer and also for running them with
dogs. He had a pack of four hounds.
The man told the game wnrden, so
the latter reports, that he had. u few
days previous to this sighted a Land
of 17 deer and shot six of them.
Trolling for salmon, the greatest
sport that can be enjoyed by fisher
men is now the order of the day, on
the Rogue River in Curry County, and
several fine fish have already been
taken. The salmon just coming in
from the ocean are keen fighters and
take a spoon readily, nad put up a
splendid fight when hooked, 'the
fishing will continue to grow Letter
for two months, and will be a source
of pleasure to many devotees of the
rod and line from all over the United
Because this climate docs not agree
with his wif fr. health. C. W. Nelson
is disposing of his interest here, and
he expects to soon leave for Portland,
where Mrs. Ne'pon is taking treatment
and as soon ni she is able to stand the
trip, they expect to go to Southern
California. iUr. Nelson sold his stock
of furniture, ciockory etc, to local
dealers and vacated the Pike building
first part of the week. The Myrtle
Point Mercantile Co , whose present
quarters in the Lundy building arc
pretty much crowde-1, ha't- leased the
1'ikc hml li-i an.' v'li move their
clothing and shoa sloe'-; as soon as
some painting and ror.ioiliiu are com
pleted. Dr. J. L. Masson this week received
word from J. R. East, who was here
from Humboldt county, California, at
last fall's fair with the running horses
Chas. W. Foster and Eureka, and who
id now at Reno, Nevada, stating that
botli these horses won in last Friday's
races there. Pedro Enos, who rode
her last fall, is the man who rode
Hodges. This is the first tinu that
Hodges has been entered in the big
events since 1009, and a Reno newn
paper credits this facetious remark
to u old time horseman "Must have
opened his tomb to get that pair out
If that duo can be brought to life, then
the old saying 'anything can happen
on a racing course.' is true". Hodges
paid thirty-four dollars for every two
dollars invested on his chances to win.
Tho report comes from Coquille that
there is a move on foot to circulate
petitions asking for a recall election
to recall the members of the county
Commissioners court. This move, ac
cording to all indications, is being
fathered by men who have personal
grievances and the Enterprise be
lieves that should the petitions ever
be put in circulation, the people of
Coos county lind better think twice
before they sign and make this un
leeessary expense. Myrtlo Point En
terprise. WANTS A YOUNGER SANTA.
LittU Girl Thinks One Who Visited
Her Grandfather la Now Too Old.
Lodcma I-. Mile, a little girl of Al
bion, I nd.. has asked Postmaster Gen
eral IlurleHiin to appoint a yuiinger
Rautn ClaiiM, who can go to her fcumu.
which Is a long way from a railroad.
Little Miss Hlle wrote iih follows;
To Mr llurlwwiti:
I uIhIi that you would appoint a young
r Banta Clnu, for I live a lone way
from n railroad, and I am afraid Unit Han
la Clans Is now too old to r.ome to my
hmiso und I will not net anything for
l.'lirlnliiiaH, for Kriinilpa say that Iim imed
to comu to his ImijtKi when he was a HUM
lioy, so lit- must l)ii pretty old liy this
lime, and oIiIIku a little Kill llil your
old, with lii'Mt reKiirdH
DRUG HABIT GRIPS NATION.
United Btatea Bscond Only to Chin In
Ut ol Opium, Say Ccil.
Tin- Hulled Hlnli-H x now ce. und it
cbliin mid nheiid of every oilier eoiin
lr' In Ihn v oi Id In Iim nn ut iiluw
ml I he iininiilen del I ml from l.
0nUin in n itleiiMtoi h) ir 0,
Ki'Mrr l-'forii ii uii'niliitf ut ueiimts
bd spwlMllsu In i'hudnliJii! in
'I Iim dniK iiwumv im iim In it
mwtrh lh mumM ilmi ihi'fu
From Coquille Sentinol
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McCurdy, Miss
Madge Yoakam and Mr. A. Miller have
been camping at Johnson's beach
north of Bandon this week.
The Knowlton camping party came
home from the Bandon beach Wednes
day. Capt. Geo. W. Lenove, who was de
prived of his license so unjustly by In
spectors Edward and Fuller, only to
have it restored by the board ut San
Francisco, was back on his run on the
Charm last Tuesday.
J. S. McEven and the Norton family
etumed from their outing on the
beach last Friday.
While it is 2G miles from Coquille
to Bandon by boat it is only 12 miles
in an air line and while Myrtle Point
is 35 miles from Bandon by the wind
ings of the river, it is only 15 miles in
an air line. And while one has to
travel about 33 miles by river and
road to go from Coquille to Whiskey
run on the beach due west of here, it
is only 11 miles as the bird flies
The county commissioners are lny
ing plans to catch bootleggers and
some startling disclosures may be ex
pected before long. A complaint has
been received from A. II. Powers who
charges certain men in the vicinity of
Powers with the manufacture of
whiskey and bootlegging. He told
the commissioners that a single bottle
would drive any man crazy and that
boys are getting the stuff.
Taylor Dement holds two offices he
is county commissioner and nlso ma
yorof Myrtle Point. And it is certain
ly a peculiar coincidence that there in
newspaper talk of a recall movement
against him in both these positions at
the same time. However he doesn't
look like a man to be easily run over
and we imagine that the recallers will
have their hnnds full.
Mr. Liljeqvist just heard from the;
secretary of state in regard to that
badly bungled attempt to amend the
mw in relation to salmon fishing in
the Coquille river. The copy of the
bill sent shows thut the law was enact
ed practically as it stood before. It
was intended to restrict all fishing in
the Coquille und its tributaries above
the public ferry at Coquille solely to
angling; but the provisions making
the points above which only angling is
permitted the Hoffman bridge, at the
junction of tho east fork with the
South Fork, for tho South fork, and
Gravel Ford for the upper East and
North forks which was enclosed in
brackets tobe cut out were again print
ed in the new law. So the restric
tions arc unchanged and seines ran be
used for fishing still between Coquille
and the Hoffman bridge and Gravel
Ford on the East Fork.
It is proposed now to organize the
Creameries of Coos County in tho
same manner as has been done in
Tillamook county. The plan involves
the appointment of a factory inspec
tor to visit each creamery at least
once a week, so as to insure the stand
ardization of the products. Then
there will be a selling agent who keeps
track of the markts so as to know just
where he will not be doubling up on
some one elso's shipments; and he
will market all the products. This
plan insures against any buyer gett
ing a cut price and is the same one
that has so long been in use among
tho California orange growns.
JAM not poor, but I nm proud
Of ono Inalienable right.
Above the envy of tho crowd
Thought's holy Unlit.
BETTER It la than gems or Bold.
And, ohl It ennnot die.
Hut thought will glow when the Bun grows
And mil with Deity.
rtnlph Waldo Emerson.
I WONDER If ever a song was sung
Hut the singer's heart snug sweatarl
I wonder If ever n rlmo was-Tung,
Hut the thought surpuHsed tho mctcrl
I wonder If'over n sculptor wrought
Till the cold stone echoed Ills ardent
Or If aver a painter, with light and shsde.
The clri-n in of Ills liuiioxt heait portrayed!
IWONDKH If ever a roso was found
And there might not he a fairer!
Or If ever a gllltcilng gem was ground
And we drcimed not of n rurer'
Ah, never on eiulli shall we find the hestl
Hut ll walls feu us la the land of H-i"l:
And a peifect tiling uu shall nevei heboid
Till wo pa I Ik, porlal of idilnlng gold,
IT ISN'T YOUR TOWN, IT'8 YOU,
K you want to live In tho kind of a town
l.lku Urn kind of u (own you llftu,
Vou in-ixln'l slip oiir rlntheH In a gilp
And star! on u long, long hlku.
You'll only (1ml what you lift behind,
For liana's nothing Dial's really now,
It's ii knock hi wuislf whin you km
ln I lliu Inwii-It's rni
HICAL lowlis " liol in'l hr in" fl"M
l imliit'liMdy tthmd
Winn tttry onu uoiks uml in-lm'ty shirk
)'hu mii imIso w lown litmi lbs ilutl
Aim) If, li!l H'-h" 'iwi'
V..or''l'7jl,ltf Mail JILSkK MS. llML
our I $m r
LODGE DIRECTORY ?
Bandon Lodge, No. 130, A. F. &
A. M. Stated communications first
Friday after tho full moon of
each month. Special communications
Master Masons cordially itwited.
WALTER SAB1N, V :J
C. E. BOWMAN, Sec.
Occidental Chapter, No. -15, O. E.
S. meets Friday evenings bclore
and after stated communications oi
Masonic lodge. Visiting members
cordially invited to attend.
ADELAIDE E. REYNOLDS, W. M.
BLANCHE FAULDS, Secretary
1 .0. O. F.
fiaudon Lodge, No. 133, I. O. C.
P., meets every Wednesday evening.
Visiting brothers in good standing
D. C. KAY, I. G
L. 1. WHEELER. Secretary.
(Jtan Rebekah Lodge, No. 126, 1
O. O. P., meets second and f)urth
Tuesdays at 1. O. O. F. hall. Trtn.
ciont members cordially invited
MARGARET SMITH, N. U
MARY C. BARROWS, Secrctar,
BANDON CHURCHES 4
M. E. Church South
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Preaching, 11:00 a. m.
Epworth Lengue, G:30 p. m.
Preaching, 7:30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting, Thursday, 7:30.
Missionary Society, Friday, 2:&u.
W. B. SMITH, Pasto-
ounday School, 10:00 a. m.
Preaching, 2nd, 4th and 5th Man
days at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.
REV. WM. HORSPALL, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
ioiblic Service, 11:00 a. m.
Evening service, 8:00, p. m.
Mid-Week Service, Thursday, 7:3
Ail who do not attend church else
where are invited to worship with us.
C. MAYNE KNIGH'I, Pastor
. . . . Prouchitik
10 a. m
11 a. m
7:00 p. m. . . C. E.
8:00 p. m
Wednesday 8:00 p. m.
A cordial invitation
public to attend these
REV. WINFIELD S.
is extended Uu
Sunday School, 10:00 A. M.
Preaching Service, 11:00 A. M.
ELDER A. B. REESE,
Church of the Brctheni
Sunday Services: Sunday School
10:00 a. in; Preaching serivce ut j
a. u. and at 7:30, p. m.
Everybody cordially invited.
L. B. OVERHOLSER, Pastor.
which h prepnrsd
III rour roioru
And 'I'hii Mr.
25c & 50c
Hiii tn stamp
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uir roynpiu, iw
puriiiisui h ,
Th Du Four Co,, VVmiIi,, D,C,
The Bandon Recinltt
C. R. wade ;:
Lawyer . , .,
DR. H. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Offlce in First National Bank bu I
ing. Hours, 9 to 12 a. m; 1:30 to 1 ,
m; 7 to 8 in the evening.
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Ellingson Building. Hour
9 to 12 ii. in; 1 to 5 p. in.
DR. L. P. SORENSEN
Office in First Nntional Bank bu!u
ing. Tnlephono at house nnd ofliov
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Offic in Ellingson building, Phone i '
OH. ARTHUR GALE
Physician & Surgeon
OfficeVin ENingson building. Of.i
nhone, 352. Residence phone, HI
BANDON, OREdc -
DR., S. C. END1COTT
Ohicc in Ellingson building. Offi
ohonn 1241. Residence phono, 1 1 .
BANDON. OKEGO .
OR. 1. L. SCOFIELD
)&ice in Fahy and Morriuun Uull.i
if- ACXt to Emergency Hotpltni
BANDON, Oli3q0 .
DR. H. M. SHAW
Eye, Ear, Nose and
Umce Phone 330-J Res Phone iOP J
Rooms 200-1 Irving lilocic
' MARSHFIELD, OREGO";.'
AMERICAN PLAN $1.00
and ,$1.50 per day. f.
European Plan, rooms f
50c, 75c 6c $1 per day
Eaton & Rease, Props.
CHATBURN & GARDNER
Suit No 3
"irst Nat Bank Bldg.,
Many Itandon Itcadt-rH have licit ill 11
And Profiled Thereby
"Good newB travels fast and t
ninny back suirerers in thU vicin
are glad to learn wlier relief mi
found. Many a weak, lamu und i
Ing hack Is hud no more, th.iiil.K
Doan'H Kidney PIIIh. TUiiikiiihIh tij
thousanilH of peojilu uiu tolilnir l
good news of their experic :r-c v
this ti'Hlcd remedy, IIkik i uu ex.
pin win th lending:
Min. II. M. Ilorkwlth, h I link
(inint'M I'unh, On., uuy: l.u.
Domii'm Kidimy 1'IIU in my old ltn
In Montana mid liuvn ulsn iimiI h'
limn. I Imvn kiilfmi'd niia-li fimi) y
hl'limy, lumiglit on, I llunk by ii
mm id Hilling wului . Donii'i, Khli
1'illn iMuiglliu'il my MdiMiy and li
iiovi)i my Imullli."
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