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Large Two-Berth Outside
x mng Water.
.1 'Eight Day Service Between the Coquille River and
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER FARE, $7.50
J FREIGHT RATES, $3 ON UP FREIGHT
Reservations: J. E. Norton, Coquille: Perkins.
Myrtle Point; E. B. Thrift, Langlois. ?
t J. E. WALSTROM, Agent, Bandon
I SERVICE FIRST! x
x "Si-rvicc First" means to us satisfactory
telephone communication reaching the great-
X est number of people in the largest territory t.
. . with the most efficiency. Since this efficiency
X depends on the intelligent manipulation of our X
t plant by our employees, their work must he X
J. safeguarded. 4 here cannot be an accident which
X does not directly interfere w ith service and con-
X tinuous good service depends on the continuous
X employment of experienced workers. Therefore
. ''Safety first" becomes the most important factor
!j! in "Service First". Every precaution is taken
? for safety and we have been rewarded by a free- X
$ loji) from serious accidents.
I COOS AND CURRY TELEPHONE COMPANY t
Langlois News Items
From tho Curry County Leader.
Mra.vR. E. Cope who has been quite
sic,); this sunimor de pur ted fnrCoqu
illo last w'ook where shu will receive
treatment. Her many friends hope
she will spcedly recover.
, Dr. Leo Pomberton has boon retain
ed by thomjuur of Sixes and will pro
pio a hospital in langlois for omor-
Alio Gtierin of Floras creek was n
. passenger' on tho Clint Maloliorn
Aeroplane, whore .Mr. Guerin will
take the boat for Portland theio he
will spend, sometime attending to le
Hon Harry Lane, United States
Sonator, In Congress from Oregon,
paid a flying visit into Curry, tarry
ing very briefly in Langlois, on his
way to Port Or ford to get first hand
knowledge of the needs of the location
in thu mat tor of harbor improvements
The Soimfor was accompanied on the
trip by his wife and. daughter.
.The Leader is informed by J. H.
Upton at whose residence in to vn the
Senator, called on his way down that
he spoke very favorably of tho utili
ty and practibility of n proposed
short inner constrticthm for tha, pro
toctinu Of immediate shipping during
the months thut tho harbor is assail
ed by South West storms. The Sen
ator is reported as saying that by
tliulr combined energy and enterprise
tha peoplo down' there haw huilt a
substantial wharf, thus showing their
faith in the possibilities of their sur
roundings, and are therefore, the more
entitled to recognition at Washington.
While having Port Qrford in mind
the leader is 'reminded, that that har
bor is also environed by a riltbon of;
tle land," and that if any owner"
of a part of such ribbon were mean
enough to fence the public away from
tho wntr why, such sets would and
aught to, end all hop for harbor Im
provements of any sort.
The proposition to secure an ex
i tains Uon by the engineer Depart
ment of the outlet into the ocean of
Hants river with n view to ascertain
the cost of such improvement of, the
channel s to reader ingress and a
Tress of ships safer, was once a poe
ilbillty, but now that the harbor is en-
oee it would be a daring engineer j
would chance a criminal prose-
uliafl far having been, "seen inside
the fenee a la poor Winstar.
M. M. Yoaag tniartM tilt iters id
tot Is giving a the Rctak hatsi
' tea. Bar witfcia dav or two. Mr
W 9mu i iruMi fin
ttr a Maw at km and
State Rooms With Run-
BEAUTIITI. OX-EYE DAISY
DUBBED WORST OF WEEDS
The Ox-eye daisy is one of t'le most
handsome and popular floworr of tha
thistle family, but wlion onc.31 osta'-J
blished it is also tho worst Qi' woods
troublesome and hard to 01 idieate.
Probably the best way of clo-rlng it
from meadows is to mow it nflir blos
soming and bol'oro the seeds .nature,
and curiae; it for- hny',' says II. S,
Hammond, of the Orqj;on Agiiojiltur
al College Botany department, tjftice
the plant blossoms eight or Ui days
before maturing seed it is eipy to
cut iB while in the best stage tjh lu
at which time stock eat it fanly. well
when it is nicely cured. . v
"In many uasturn slates,' snys
Professor Hammond, "it has almost
comploto possession of pasture i nnl:-
ink uiuiu ijuiio wane wneu in uioom.
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It spreads chiefly by its seed ; scat-1
tored in hay, immure and various i
. . , . '
farm seeds. It lino a poronial riibt
stock from which it -continuosilo pro
pagate itself until killed. "M my of
these root stocks will die wh m the
plants are mowed during the I lassom
,'The plant is Shallow rooted a nl may
l readily destroyed from n -adows
and fields by plowing follow ad by
cultivation. Rotation of cro is of
fers a good means' of riddancs. If
the meadow is to b continued -epoat-
ed mowings and close pasturing by
sheep to prevenf blossoming i.isy be
continued until the plants dio down.
People who are tiot yet t oimlcd
with this plant should b or theiv
guard against its introduction. Whe
isolated plants - appear abeat the
fields and premises .th.y slip ild be
aug up before they get ostaolishtxl
and begin to scatter sooil." "
M A N U A L TR A I N ING; WANTED
Oregon school boat)i ati calling
for more teachers of "niaiuwl
ing than can be fonadr
trained to teach the HuhjurC "tI&. en
tire available list of Q.V. C. ph.Ru
dtes of manual arts wlirW jhlM
with the teachers' app.taiWijm
mittee has teen vxhjiustdjl"fut de
mand still continues. In ftfitne in
stance the school boards ha,re asked
teachers without preperutioi) for
teaching then ubjeot to install a plant
and de the best they can. Some of
the teachers has urgad have availed
th,'m,v the Ooflege facilities
for parting instrurUoa and are
working up the proposed eourse with
te help of the College either by ear.
repanWnM or i paraen. Otkera
ttMHring the heip af tile Ceila aVaaH
tiwat mmf get it by MMwaaJng rStUi
II, thepaai, O, A- Cervaliis, Ore.
' ,i ilt lii.iiMd ii. Portland ilwaiit h
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DARBY BOYLE ON ROGUE RIVER TROUBLES
Says Macleay People Made
in Error Regarding
Mr. M. Doyle for -10 years a rest
dent nml owner of. S0O acres of land
at the ntouth of Rogue river, was in
the city the past, week. Speaking of
the complication arising from a re
t i -' i.c'.ion g've. the ?lccleay ea-
t: e wnich prevents fishermen from
di ft netting or seining in the river
where the estate owns tho abuttipg
property and branding it as trespass
irg Mr. Doyle snid:
"Mr. Macleay is one of my closest
friends and I have a great deal of re
spect for him on account of his splen
did personality and showed himself for
progressiveness when he invested $250
000 or $300,000 in tho Hume estate
and is maintaining a modern store
and fish cannery at that place. He
undoubtedly had the' best intentions
when he gave up a fortune for the
property .snd whatever he has done
was done without doubt with the best
intentions. He has, however made a
mistake and I have been the first to
tell him so.
"IJe applied to Judge Coke for an
injunction restraining anyone from
seining or using nets in the riverbut
ling on the property of tho estate.
The injunction was granted though
nothing but riparian rights could be
found upon which to base the pro
tection. In grunting the injunction
Judge Coke has incurred the enmity
of n vast majority of tho thinking peo
plo of our part of the county. The
injunction has prevented men who
would have stood Macloay's firm de
fenders from earning a living and he
has gained little in a munificent way.
To-.be sure he hns taken advantage of
the 'monopoly and worked his sonios
and nets tho host he could but at
heavy expense. It is doubtful in my
mind that it has proven a more profit
able plan than paying fishermen a
good rate for their catches and had
"Tho compny is deserving of credit
thought at this time few aro willing to I
take note, of any of their good points'.
The store tho commny maintains
..here is one of the best stores in the
r.tato and service offered its customer
s second to none. Then he is inter
ested in' many other lines of enterprise
Coos Bay News Nuggets
M. Doyle of Wederburn, a pioneer
of Coos and Curry counties, was here
last week on his first trip to the bay
in five years. He visited his daughter
Mrs. E. P. Mather, and other rela
tives at North llend. "Darby is
nearly 70 years old and well preserv
ed for his age but of course is not as
spry ns ho was in 1S73 whon the writ-
.... riocil llt.1. 41. A t 41,.-.
t inok nivb iiuii ill .lie iiuio ii mi;
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head of near creek, on the lower Co-
, From lack of financial support, the
Coos Bay Concert Band, which for
five years- was an organization that
Mtrshfiuld Vond Coos Bay genorally
was justly proud of disbanded. The
band was about $100 in debt, but the
members plan to sell some of tho band
property, and it is also proposed to
givo n big dance, which will probab
ly mako up the deficit. Tho matter of
the city paying $150 per month to
wards the support of the Ivand favor
ably" voted on by the people of Marsh-
field ovor two years ago but discon
tinued recently by the city, was
brought before the council at a meet
ing held last night, nml a resolution
vajj offered that the stipulated sum
x) again paid to the band. The vote
of tho council on the resolution result
ed in alie, Ferguson, Cook and Evort
en favoring it, while Albrecht, Copple
and Kimball were against it.
A two point buck paid the residents
on West Marshfield a visit Saturday
at noon. The deer didn't seem a bit
frightened, and after walking oven
some of the lawns started back for the
woods, going in the direction of lVr
liam Park, lie was allowed to de
part in peace.
The little tug Bermuda, which wus
used as a tender to the drudge Seattle
left the bay Thursday morning, with a
double crew on board, bound for Seat
tle. They expected to reach Puget
Sound Sunday, provided they didn't
encounter a heavy northwester on the
While Mike Bureh, telephone Hue
man, was crossing the eld Joe Nay
slowga bridge, in the South siourn vi
cinity, with a team ea Wednesday bt
a section a the bridge gave way a"d
driver and tm were threwa into tlw
sbugfc. Mr. Run eemawd with
few bruise, and tha harass ejee -...
. w-.. .iii.i, The watM la
Uu' -i..in'ii tM Htm fM t deep,
1 l ... i i vagi aid
a Mistake and Judge Coke is
the Rights of Fishermen
which brim? cash into tho mmmimiiv
People ki:ow that whon they sell tiro
duce to the Macleay estate their money
s good und returns can be depended
ujjuu. xiik lIUi muusiry m our sec
.o;i is grow.rg miusuy and we find
the wool wo am brifitf to town. This
olmillil Imi nml to i mii..,iin I,., n. .......
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IllHll who has n slmon nr n irruit nml
there are plenty of them there.
As n solution of thu vexing prob
lem, and this I have told Mr. Macleay
long before I repeated it to anyone
else, is that U.e river be not closed to
nested bv some of the nen'nln wl,
opposed to tho Mncleays but kept op
en on an equal basis to nil. I have
lived there as has been said 10 vears
and have never taken a fish from the
river for commercial purposes and
never intend to but I believe my ob
servations have been of value to me
and I shall insist on Mr. Mncleav to
follow the suggestion if I can possibly
induce him to do so. I propose that
mo river ne inrown open to unit net
ting only, Unit seining and sot nets
be prohibited. This wil give the small
fishermen who possibly owns no more
than a few feet of net and an old boat
a chance to got onto the river and
catch a few of the fish, which nature
has so boutifully provided that stream
with. It will also give the Macleav
people a chance to operate r.s many
drift net as they care to, there being
equal rights to all. The monopoly
will bo done away with and peace
and prosperity will prevail whereas
chaos and strife make life miserable
and creatos business stairnatinn.
i'nf ii .1 ...i... i. ...
wi wi iuu iiil'ii m uai.' ruiuu lii l
tne uogue river and set themselves
up as lish dealer!, the .Alacleays have
proven to be the most substantial and
there are many of us down there who
ire glad they are there but want them
to change their policies. We have
had many mushroom dealers and as a
result ninny a poor hard working fish
ermen has worked night after night in
an honest effort to provide for hi
family only at the last moment to
find ho has been dishonestly dealt
with loses it all" Coos Bay Harbor.
Items of Interest
Miss -Marjory Cowan who was mak-
ing a canvass 'of Florence last week
for the purpose of holding a Chatu-
qua lecture course here next year, se
cured 32 signatures to the rontraet
or two more than the required nuinbor
.She left Saturday for Roseburg to
take up the work for a course in that
city and intends later to go to Cali
fornia to continue the work-The West
When Inspector MeGrath came to
visit the boatmen of the Coquille he
came to the opinion that the news of
his coming must have proceeded him.
Most of the boats ho found were eith
er tied up or had boon put in ship
shai)c'for he could find no fault with
thonf.'On Coos Bay it was ditforent
and he found numerous infraction of
The Panama-Pacific Exposition
Company hns aiinouuced the preson
tation of two "highest awards" to
the Southern Pucifb Company for its
part cipntioti in the Fair. One is the
highest nnird for "railway nick,
equipment, niotr. e power and sa'Vty
first appliances" and Uie other is the
highest award for truillc proniotion.
Thoji como iirlhe iiiiture of two ban
ners, specifying why they we.e givm
and bearing tho official Panama -Paci
Tho railway trad;, equipment, mo
tive power and safety first appliances
of tho railroad ninpnny aro on exhi
bit in the Transput tation building, and
include, among other things, the old
C. P. Hunting! in. first Centjal I'nci
fic locomotive. In striking entrust
to this, one of tue oldest locimn m m
the United States, is one of the mm-
pany's big Mellet engine
The tiafic promotion hii n
Uined in the company's o.vn i
at the bead of Palm Av-imk- m
Fillmore Street entrance. :!
rest rooms for men n:w worn
"Oiade". with u miniHnr. r
tion of noted scenic snutt .iIm
the Southern lacifi', tickt-t (! .nut
the lkje't Theater, with iiKitmn pii
tures, Ithidiated l'ur" n id mt'uii
recitals dwi I ; Viiur ur- loiiiii iny.
guests, ever) tiling Iwmy f'M.
Isaar Kaahav , a Cuu liivtr fih-
vita wga aiei uu tUb with
af tiss HHWst n hi bis la
at f mtk isW aWiter at!
te' LODGE DIRECTORY ?
Bandon Lodge, No. 130, A. F. &
A' stated communications firat
- "day after the full moon of
eac month. Special communications
Master Masons cordially iiwited,
- W ALTER SAB1N, W.
n t,,,,,, , XT
ucclulnl1" soapier, no. to, u.
i-i -.i i . . n
- s- ?ets I-nday evenings befaro
and after stated communications cr
Masonic lodtre. Visitim- momlmr
cordia,,y invited lo attuluL
ADELAIDE E. REYNOLDS, W. 4.
- BLANCHE FAULDS, Secretary
I .0. O. F.
Bandon Lodge, No. 133, i. O. O.
F., meets every Wednesday evening.
Visiting brothers in good standing
GEO. H. SMITH, Secretary,
L. I. WHEELER, ' G
Ufltean Rebekah Lodge, No. 120,
O. O. F., meets second anil xaurM)
Tuesdays at I. O. O. F. hall. Irn.
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I l.il.lib IllUIIIUUi Q LUItllUU IIIVIIL'L
MARY C. BARROWS, Secrotar
MARIAM WILSON, N.
) (i) ID ID (D n) tt
M. E. Church South
Sunday School, 10:00 a. iv
Preaching, 11:00' a. m.
Ep worth League, 0:30 p. in.
Preaching, 7:30 p. in.
Prayer Meeting, Thursday, 7:30.
Missionary Society, Friday, 2:3
W. IS. .SMITH, PusU"
eunday School, 10:00 u. m.
Preaching, 2nd, -1th and 5th Sv-
days at 11 a. m. und 7:30 p. in.
jiKV. WM. HORSFALL, Pasto
Sunday School, 10:00 a. in.
x-ublic Service, 11:00 a. m.
Evening service, 8:00, p. m.
ilid-Week Service, Thursday, 'l.s
Ail who do not attend church t-iso
wntro are invited to worship with u.
C. MAYNE KNIGH'l, Pastor
1(1 i. m Sabbath atiioi
xl a. in Prcuchi..e
0:30 p. in. . . C. E. Prayer Meeting
7:30, p. in Preaching
Wednesday is :00 p. in. Prayer mco. tu,
t. LOiitial invitation is extended tat
public to attend tlieo services
PJV. WINFlELli S. SMITH, Pastor
.Sunday School, 10:00 A. M.
Preaching Service, 11:00 A. Al.
ELDER A. B. REJISS
Church of lite llrcthcm
Sunday Services: Sunday Schoo
10:00 a. m; Preaching serivce ut '
a. tu. and at 7:30, p. m.
Everybody cordially invited.
L. B. OVERHOLSER, Pastot
wild Ii In prt-pnrrfl
mi fitur 1 1. lorn
Ami Tit ii !.
25c & 50c
I'lill 1(0 V.
Si ml Ii' ntsmp
r..i mii(il- 1d
i.ii tlliolll t,
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Tlic Bandon Rccoixloi
t PROFESSIONAL CARDS ?
C. R. WADE
DR. H. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Office in First Nationnl Bank 1
lug. Hours, 9 to 12 n. ni; 1:30 to
ra; 7 to 8 in the evening.
BANDON. OREf .
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Ellingson Building. Hot
to 12 a. mj 1 to 5 p. m.
BANDON. OR EG i
DIt. L. P. SORENSEN
Olfcto in First National Bank bu
ir.y. Telephone at house rnd otti
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Otfiee in Ellingson building, Phoiu
Dk. ARTHUR GALE
Physician & Surgeon
Ollice in ENingson building. 0
phono, 352. Residence phone, 3
DR. S. C. ENDICOTT
Ohice in Ellingson building. Of
"hone 12-11. Residence phone, 1
u'R. 1. L. SCOFIELD
liLcm in Fuhy and Morrison Bui a
I Jir- nest to Emergency HaipiUi
OR. II. M. SHAW '
Eye, Ear, Nose and
Uu.ce Phone 330-J Res Phone 105
Rooms 200-1 Irving Block
I Hotel Bandon
t AMERICAN PLAN $1.00 t
t n.l CI CO .....- .Int.
v i? in !
Jiuropcan i i:ui, ruums
50c, 75c!k ?1 per day
Eaton & Rease, Props.
CHATBURN & GARDNER
Attorneys at, Law
duit No 3
irnt Nut Bonk Bldg., BANDON
Many Bandon Render have Heard It
And Profited Thereby
"Good news travols fast and li
many back sullerors in thiK vicimt
ire glad to learn whoro rolief may I
found. Many a weak, lsnio and a
ng back i Iwd no more, thaiil.
Doiiii'm Kidney PilU. Thousaiidk u
ihointaiidM of people are ttl nig i
t'ood hewn of their eXberierce v
thin tented remedy. Here in an u-. .
pie worth reading:
Mr. II. M. lluckwlth. 811 ).,!, .
it-tiiit'e Pass, Ore., says: "I
Moan s Kidney Pills in my old
a Montana ami navo sl-i uxed t
.ere. I have sutrerod inn. Ii from .
vidney, brought on, I lim k l'
imre drinking water. I.h' 1
'ills utrongtlioniNl my kxUn y .ul
proved my iuMilth."
Price AOr, si all dealers. !.'( p
oty ask for a kWmiy rem t
bonn's Kuliu-y Pills - the Mine
Wr. rtfikwith had. i'wlni Mil'
v vrops., Iluffalu, N, l . K
T Isidi' AM l lit , '.
Hi HMet eeary Weaif-Wy siti"
Ut ewrieed M atoe-1
Mi jtsrlar as the s i
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