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I Order Your Freight Sent
S. S. ELIZABETH
J Large Two-Berth Outside
i Eight Day Service Between the Coquille River and
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER FARE, $7.50
FREIGHT RATES, $3 ON UP FREIGHT
X Reservations: J. E. Norton, Coquille; Perkins, 4
Myrtle Point; E. B.
.I.E. WA LSTROM,
Rerent improvements in our long distance
lines ami switchboards have resulted in much
better transmission for telephone conversations
to Rosehurg, Eugene, Salem, Portland and
all Western Oregon points. Htisiness men
will now find it is as easy to talk to their
local customers. USH YOUR TKLKI'HONU.
It saves you time and money and makes for
more satisfactory relations.
COOS AND CURRY
Read The Bandon
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
U. S. Land Ollice at Rosehurg, Orogoj.
July II, 1015
NOTICE is hereby given thnt Harry
L. Anderson, of Bandon. Oregon, who
on July 22, 1012, made Homestead
Entry, Serial No. 08204 for the E
of NW and Lots 1 and 2 of Section
ai, Township 2!) S, Range 13 W, Wil
lamette Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make finul Three-year
Proof, to establish claim to tho land
above described, before Mantou E.
Trendgold, U. S. Commissioner, at his
ollice, at Bandon, Oregon, on thu 30th
day of August, 1010.
Claimant names as witnesses: Ed
HkJsel, of Bandon, Oregon; Ed
Young, of Bandon, Oregon; Peto
Spnnin of Bandon Oregon; G. II. Fish,
of Myrtle Point, Oregon.
J. M. UPTON,
Jun i0 Gt Register
. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
Notice is hereby given that Lie
Board of Equalization for the County
of Coos, State of Oregon, will attend
at the office of the county clerk of
said county, at Coquille, Coos county,
Oregon on the 13th day of Septem
ber, A. U. lOlfi, tho same being the
second Monday of said month, at the
hour of nine o'clock, A. M. of said day
and publicly examine the assessment
roll, and correct all errors in valua
tions, descriptions or quality of Innd,
Oregon's School For Ore-
gon's Teachers J
Oregon Normal School, Monmouth, Ore.
PURPOSE: The training of teachers for profes
FACULTY: Every member professionally trained.
DEPARTMENTS: I'or fitting elementary teach
ers for city and rural schools.
COURSES: Professional, Supervisors, Kural, Pri
mary. ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS: Compleiion of
two years high school or its equivalent.
GRADUATION: Completion of ICItimeiihiry or
Standard Courses lends to Sinn? Certificate with
IKKMS BEGIN; Kwilnr
INFORMATION l'r Imriw JuformiiiJuj) uriir
by the Old Reliable
State Rooms With Run-
Agent, Bandon : :
lots or other property.
Petitions or applications for the re
duction of a particular assc.-.sniont
shall be made in writing, verified by
tho oath of the applicant or his at
torney, to be filed with tho board dur
ing the first week it is required by law
to Le in session, and any application
not so mnde, verified and filed shall
not be considered or ncted upon by
Dated this 14th day of August,
T. J. THRIFT
Assessor of Coos County, O.egon
I , Til
TUKNA of tho r.uthi-nn
Too Borlous Is vuur 'v.
Too much It MwakH of '.mi
And iTi lin. hL'holiujtlc mv.
Atlionn, nil your IovgIIiicki
Is wrought In somber mold,
Your measured Ki'nun of form mill
Is too sevrro nnil cold,
Sutillmo you ftlo, but history's filiro
And nil tho loro of yours
Provo Aphrodlto's vlctoilcs
Full oft hnvo vv runic your teirs
O quoen of wisdom's wlilo estnto,
Let wisdom mako you wlsol
Tlio mlghtlfBt mind rules host be
hind A warm and Kny dfoKulse.
Athlon of thn Pnrtlionon,
Mold nil your wit anil worth,
llut balance Aphrodlto's store
Of tendiTiiuss nnd mirth;
Unhelm your lirow, your trrsses
And hnlf your wlrdoin tildo;
Then will you shame juur rival'
And many n Knd's beside,
Kimnn Clhent Curtis
full mmwt Suuem.
Official Talks Of Coast R. R.
Says Coast Territory Belongs Logic
ally lo the Southern Pacific. They
Will Ituild When They Get to it
D. W. Campbell general manager
of the Souther Pacific railroad was in
Mnrshfield this past week nnd a Coos
Bay Times reporter interviewed him
something to this effect.
"As to the progress of tho con
struction, I would rather you would
:., A r. V.i.3. TYj 1 .at ti.ne 1 ii lk..d
v. ih him, he told me that the expect
ed lo have everything completed fo ns
to turn the line over to the operating
department about May 1. Or course
this depends somewhat on the delivery
of bridge material and other things
connected with construction work.
"As lo the locntion of tho sl.ps
yards, etc. that will depend upon the
amount of business thnt developes for
us to handle. Railroad business is
just like running a store you have
to regulate your equipment and ser
vice nccording to the amount of busi
ness to be handled. Shops according
to our understanding of the word
means big ones like those Sacramen
to, Portland and elsewhere. Wo will
not need that kind here now. Of
course there will be a roundhouse and
shops to make running repairs.
When asked about the possibility of
an early extension of the Coos Bay
Eugene line southward to Eureka mak
ing a through Coast road, Mr. Camp-
boll said "That would be like keeping
two horses when one horse can do the
work. Our present north and south
roau is anic to lane care ot me pre
sent traffic and it is not good policy
to spend money building romld where
the business or traffic does not justi
"Some think that railroads can pull
money out of the skies but they can
not. However tho future may soon
make the new line a necessity and
when it does, we will build it. The tor
ritory is logically ours and it is on
ly good business policy our com
pany to take care of it as soon as it is
needed. Some l,ae exmoiscd tlw
idea that our company ,vas hampering
railro'id construction but most people
know how ciYoi.oous that is.
Mr Campbell was asked as to
wheteher the S. P. was in any way
identified with the much discussed
Giant's Pass-Crescent City line
a. "I 1 o emphaik.'.lly denied it.
"lhe '"'rants Pass-Cro . .or.' I'u;
mho was projuwiid by the people of
''rant Pass to develop tho lllinu"'
valley. There has been considerable
talk of building this road for twenty
years or more. Recently Mr. Twohy
took the project over. The relations
of Mr. Twohy and our company have
always been most friendly but we have
no connection whatever with this pro
ject. Last week wo rented him some
cars and equipment to be used on the
project but he will pay for their use.
It was simply a neighborly turn.
"Tho same is true of the now road
at Roseburg. Mr. Kendall of Penn
sylvania is projecting thirty or forty
miles of road there to develop a mill
and timber. We want to do all we can
in a neighborly way to assist him but
wo have no other connection with it.
Tho most extraordinary weather
prevails at Bandon. Pedestrians prefer
tho shady side of the street. White
dresses of fluffy texture prevail in the
greatest number over seen in Bandon.
The sea breeze is scarcely perceptible
and Bandon's citizens are frcquotly
commenting on the "too warm" weath
and makig use of tho question seldom
used here and else where forbidden,
"is it warm enough for you?"
L. J. Simpson one of tho Commis
sioners of tho Port of Coos Bay and
president of that port has resigned
owing to his own private affairs with
which his official duties intorforred. C.
S. Windsor of North Bend has been
elected to fill the vacancy.
Mr. Simpson who earlier in tho sea
son announced his candidacy for Con
gross, hns withdrawn fiom the race
for the same reason.
G. A. Fox, a varmit hutor and dog
fancier of San Francisco, who is now
spending the summer camping on
Wiiichuck river, was a visitor in town
Iant Friday, bringing up with him !!
panther hides on which he secured tho
bounty, Mr. Fox owns a pack of train
n varmit dogs which nothing abort of i
u swirtwingod fowl can elude. Ho us-
for utaiting and cold trailing, u
thoroughbrtiil foxhound. After Hie
vnnnit In Ktm-tiMl, throe wvago Gor
iimii liup ilou'H mo turned unv which
will oithttr kill or put up tiv any
viii mil i hut wiilki. A tho Omnmn
hImmp do U mi imtlitdy now liruwl ut
ilutf t Hid minor uf tli (Jlobo, wo
HwoV mtnw Iwpsilry u to limit uriirfit
niitJ Untrumi 111!' wwx mmt ImtwuvM
JlMMiim ImhijmJ mJ h M&.riit wU
Tltoy lutv nil IV hmmmm ami !mi-
8f 4f4MMi. TIN imw tfrigjjf
um mtndp lift mw iitti dmt
(Witt! tt)t, m $wt i !" r mfiti-
Mr. Fox is a hunter of many years
experience ns well as a breeder of
bench and varmit dogs, lie has pro
bably bred and tried out more differ
ent breeds of dogs than any other man
in the United States and probably
more than any one in the world. He
says for varmits, particularly bear,
the German sheep dog ranks ahead of
any other known breed, as they fight
with the same shrewdness as n wolf,
unlike the Airdale, Bloodhound or the
Mr. Fox has been camped at the
Wi-chr-k lriJr3 for ;ovir t'-ne and
will be in tho eou ty two months long
er. He has so far killed throe panther
and is ready lo rid anyones range of a
varmit anytime he receives an invita
tion, either by phono or otherwise.
"""Mr. Fox expects to return to Curry
County next year for his summer va
cation and hunt Gold Beach Globe.
According to the Courier, the price
to be paid fishermen by the canneries
on the Umpqua this year will be un
usually low. It is said that the Europ
can countries have bought nearly all
of the old stock of the cheaper grades
of salmon nnd have left the market
flooded with the better grades. The
Courier says it is reported that one
cannery on the Umpqua intends pay
ing 2Vj cents per pound for chinooks
and 12 M cents for each silversides.
Tho gas schooner Gjoa, which had
been beached at Eastside for a few
days while repairs were being made,
left Friday evening for Rogue river,
to bring canned salmon from the Sea
borg cannery for reshipment. Capt
E. Tcnfjord says that tho report that
the Gjoa had been engaged in smuggl
ing Chinese from some Mexican port
to San Francisco is entirely without
foundation. The little vessel 1ms nev
er been south of Rogue river.
Oregon is noted for the nunlitv of
its cascara or chittim bark, and up
wards of 75 carloads of it are sent out
of the state yearly. This year whol
sale drug firms of Portland purpose
to enter the shipping end of tho busi
ness and thoy have made overtures to
,big wholesale houses in various parts
of the United States and orders have
been received. A leading Detroit
drug firm has ordered a full carload.
Tho price quoted by wholesaler to re
tailor for cascara bark in Portland is !
cents per pound.
It is not illegal to angle in salt wat
or without a license; but remember
you are not allowed to angle for any
game fish. For instance you may
catch perch, flounders, smelt etc.,
without first procuring a license but
if you go trolling for salmon in salt
water you'll butt up agains tthe law
Tho old law prevented fishing for any
kind of fish without a liconse, and
people visiting seaside resorts during
the summer and fall months were ar
rested and fined for catching saltwat
er fish. The new law permits angling
in salt water without license, but spe
cifics that the angling must be con
fjned to none-game fish. Salmon and
sturgeon arc mentioned among game
Saturday night hero was quite a
large fire in a slashing near the road
about 2 miles above this place. Thero
was one largo snag burning that look
ed as if it might topple across the road
any minute. Several car loads of
people passed this dangerous looking
snag and all the drivers speeded their
enrs up and hurried by. Just when
it looked as if it is about to give way
and come crashing across the road a
car camo speeding along. Tho engine
balked right beneath the burning tree.
It ever a driver cranked a car the fel
low certainly did that owned that
stranded one. When ho got it started
all that could be seen of him and his
car was a blue streak disappearing
down the road Coquille Herald.
THE NEW YORK
I TC-Mcally a Daily at the Priiv ol
Weekly. .No other Newspaper in th"
world given 80 much at so low a price.
Thr "oar 1011 witnessed Mie out
break of tho Titanic European wnf
whi'h makes all other wars look
sum" You live in inomenlou limns
nnd you should not miss any of the
that aie occur
ring. No other nownpupor will K'cp
you so well informed an the Thrire-u
Week edition of the New York World
Moreover, n your umtMm to
it will tuke you far inlo our next
pro'ldnntlul iuiiiulgii iiml wil givo to
wtwitni ruuilui'N Hie uHtni mluutlon
U nuiluiiH u vrn.1 amount t( rtujiJIiw
MMllw Hi it vury i'Jmwji trt.
The TliMw-Wwk WuiW nniut
utau ljtlii rko 1 wdy fiJM per
r mi ti fur iU upw
mi m4f IIM, Tim mum mMmm
in& hi Hut im yiwt 1 11,1
LODGE DIRECTORY ?
Bandon Lodge, No. 130, A. F. &
A. M. Stated communications first
Friday after tho full moon of
each month. Special communication!
Master Masons cordially iiuitcd.
WALTER SABIN, W 4
C. E. BOWMAN, Sec.
Occidental Chapter, No. 45, O. E.
S. meets Friday evenings before
and after stated communications ot
Masonic lodge. Visiting memberr
cordially invited to attend.
ADELAIDE E. REYNOLDS, W. M.
BLANCHE FAULDS, Secretary
1 .O. O. F.
Bandon Lodge, No. 133, I. O. O.
F., meets every Wednc-sday evening.
Visiting brothers in good standing
GEO. H. SMITH, Secretary.
L. I. WHEELER, N. G.
GvVan Rebekah Lodge, No. 120, 1
O. O. F., moots second and f)urth
Tuesdays at I. O. O. F. hall. Trpn
cient members cordially invited
MARY C. BARROWS, Secrotar
MAR1AM WILSON, N. G.
M. E. Church South
Sunday School, 10:00 a. iu
Preaching, 11:00 a. in.
Ep worth League, (5:30 p. m
Preaching, 7:30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting, Thursday, 7:30.
Missionary Society, Friday, 2:3i".
W. B. SMITH, Paste
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Preaching, 2nd, lth and Gth Sun
days at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
REV. WM. HORSFALL, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
rublic Service, 11:00 a. m.
Evening service, 8:00, p. m.
Alid-Week Service, Thursday, 7:2v
All who do not attend church else
where are invited to worship with ue.
C. MAYNE KNIGH't, Pastor
111 a. m Sabbath Sciiooi
11 a. in Preaclm.ii
7:00 p. m. .. C. K. Irayo.- meeting
8:00 p. m Preaching
Wednesday 8:00 p. in. Prayer meeling
A cordial invitation is extended the
public to attend these services
UEV. WINFIELD S. SMITH, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 A. M.
Preaching Service, 11:00 A. AI.
ELDER A. B. REESE,
Church of the Brethcrii
Sunday Services: Sunday Sch '
10:00 a. in; Preaching serivco ut li
a. li. and at 7:30, p. in.
Everybody cordially invited.
L. B. OVERHOLSER, Pastor.
whli li In pri'parfd
In four i oori
A ml TtMi lr,
25c & 50c
HxihI c ulnmp
tm uiuil, Ju
pwi iin.ni 1 1,
iTIic Bandon Reconloi
C. R. WADE
BANDON, OREfV '
DR. II. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Office in First Nntionnl Bank I"
ing. Hours, 9 to 12 a. in; 1:30 to I
m; 7 to a in the evening.
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Elliugson Building. Hon
') to 12 a. in; 1 to f p. in.
DR. L. P. SORENSEN
Offko In First Nntionnl Rank bu''
in;- Telephone nt house and ofii i
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Offlr in Ellingson building, Phoi!
BANDON, ORE' 'i
BU. ARTHUR GALE
Physician & Surgeon
Office in ENingson building. O"
nhene, 352. Residence phone, 8'
DR. S. C. ENDICOTT
Ollice in Elliugsnn building. O
ohone 1241. Residence phono, 1
DR. I. L. SCOFIELD
Office in Fully nnd Morrison Bui'd
'.nfr- next to Emorgency Jloipitt.i
DR. II. M. SHAW
Sye, Ear, Nose anil
0nce Phone 330 J Res Phone 10r
Rooms 200-1 Irving Block
MARSIIFIELD, OR EGO
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vV TT'l'VTT V " T TVT"I "l lWTi T Tlv
Hotel Bandon I
AMERICAN PLAN $1.00
and $1.50 per day.
European Plan, rooms
50c, 75c 6c $1 per day
Eaton & Rease, Props.
CHATBURN & GARDNER
Attorneys at Law
Suit No 3
"irst Nat Bank
Keep The Kidney's Well
Health is Worth Saving and Son
Bandon People Know How to Save
Many Bandon people . il.e tin
lives in 'heir IiuihIh by neglecting (
i.idncyh when they kno. ll o e en . .
need help, Woak kidiiey are rei
tile for a viinI amount of nlfcrii! .
ill heulth, hut there m no need to
for nor to loiimiii in danger. I
Doiiiim' Kidney IIIIh a ronuxiy tl
Iiiih helped thouwindM of klilm;' Null'
Thu following itHiniiifiit Ip.i vi"
vniiiiid fur doubt.
J. M. Jinw, I or, I'o.il 1 1 A
iiniiil' J'u mi, Ore,, my "I MiiliMUul I.
iUili u while ft r ti it aympUim of l i
nvy double. I tried wivtibl dllfHii
rriiiiuliti hut I wm imiI Mpod unli
mmI Dimii'c Kliliitiy I'lRt. Ti
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