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Business Men of Bandon
Want a Boat That is
In face of the l.ict tlmt Bandon
merchants have been greatly handi
capped in getting tlieir freight from
Portland, and it toeing especially
true of their honday goods this sea
son, tin question has been discussed
very extensively of getting a boat to
run to Portland that will carry both
passengers and freight and' one that
can be depended upon to make re
It is said that the Brooklyn is laid
up now in San Francisco, because ot
no business, and the suggestion has
been made that an attempt be made
to get her to run between Portland
and the Coquille River. With this
cniLin view jt JiasbcKDuaakcdahat.
business men of the city make up in
estimate of the amount of freight
they could guarantee, in a certain
psriod of time ai.d that they hriig
this estimate to the regular meeting
of the Commercial Club, Friday
evening, January 2nd, when the mat
ter will be taken up and steps will
be taken toward securing the service
of the Brooklyn or some other good
boat that can be depended upon tv
.make the run.
Everybody interested should be
M the meeting anil .1 campaign
should be started at once, We
certainly need b'-lter service to
Civilization and Advertising.
Civilization and honest advertising
go hand in hand, flonci adver
tising increases distribution increases
consumption, but it standaidizes and
guarantees the advertised commodity
This is a fact that is being demon,
slrated constantly, and each day con
sinners are appreciating it with a
clearer understanding. The Hutch
New Safe Arrives.
The FJy-Norris Burglar proof
Manganese safe ordered by the Bank
of Myrtle Point soon alter the bank
old safe wps opened by cracksmen
in the robbery of something over
$10,000 about the first of 'he mouth,
arrived from Portland on the last
trip of the Breakwater. Mr, G. II.
Periam, the representative of the
sale company, was heie Saturday
and superintended the installation
The large strong. box which is of
a splendid design, weighs about 4,-
200 pounds .it I made a load that
was about all that one team could
do to get it up the hill from the de
pot, It has been temporarily in
stalled in in the officer's room of
the bank till the vault is rebuilt and
other changes are made in the bank,
ing room. The bank now has as
strong a money chest as any baifc
in the county or state' lor that m&U-
ter. Myrtle Point Enterprise.
C. T. Herman was down from
Myrtle Hoint Saturcay. '
V CE WANTED
0 ' The Recorder is
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Board Has Secured Services
of Professor' Red die 'of
U. o f O.
The Library Board have obtained
thiough the University of Oregon
the services of Professor Archibald
Reddie to leccure in Bandon on De
cember 31st. Professor R'eddic is
more than a tirst class lecturer lie is
an elocutionist of very high standing
In circles where the standing is hard
to o'Uain, He was formerly in
structor of orator at Emersons
College of Oratory, 'at Boston, and
is now head of the ' Department of
Public Speaking at the University of
Oregon. ' '
The professor's subject is drama
tic speaking his discours'e is em
bebshed with fiumorou? recitations,
dramatic, readings and A. power ol
expressions lound only among the
best orators andt aciors. To, hear.
Professor Reddie is to hear what
will with little question be the finest
entertainment the people of Bandon
have had the opi ortunity of wit
nessing in their home town. It will
bean entertainment that will be re
menibered and looked back upon
with pleasure and profit. The sei
vices ol the professor nre given free
by the State University'in conneclioA
.villi the University extension tie-partment-
The expenses of the
hire of theatre, etc. -.ire being me'
by the Library Board, and to cover
these expenses and to help raise a
fund for new books a charge of
twenty-five cents will v made for
Ordi arily a dollar would not buy
si! much plcisurc and lasting bene
fit. Let Bamlpn people show they
can appreciate a good thing by turn
ing out and crowding the Graudl
1 h'eatreon Wednesday December 3;
Myrtle Point Items.
The Latter Day Saints aremakii j
preparations hr an interesting Sun
day School, "iitertaijiment to be
given-Christina Eve. There 'will
be a tableau anil a cantata.
Contractors F. E. Dickson and
C. E. McCracken, have commenced
the construction of a building 90x60
feet with 18 foot posts, which R. L.
Dement is having built to accoma
date the basket ball team. The
building is near the Fair grounds.
Miss Blanche Neal and her brother
Lester, left Saturday Dec. 13th via
Bandon, for California to join their
father and ifiother who are now lo
cated near Fresno.
C. L. Reeves has sold his half
interest in the O. K. Barber Shop
toG V. Perry.
Elder A. A. fiaker of Bridge, Ore
made Marshfield and Bandon a busi
ness visit last weekb
Sheriff Gage owas a Myrtle Point
visitor Saturday Dec, 13th.
Mrs. Wallet MjJIer ofGolif Beach
was a Bandog visitor Saturday,
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read by more people in Bandon and vicinity than all other
BANDON, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1913
Has Oregon Products dt United1 States Land
illK'AliO, ILL. Kute mudo Tlllinan ltuutui- tlm "Hurlmnk of the Dry Kanulnu World. About li-n jears iik"
ho U-lt Ills homo hi, Kvmisvllle, I ml., broken In body ami' uplrlt, and lie Hint west in qiu-st of health Jlt
not only found health, but won' wealth and faine nu well. He located In iVntriil Oregon and ploneert-d it
as a'i'iiltlvatur of the dry farming' variety. Iti- worked woiiWn, ymwlni; everything In tli sluifn- oC Kralnj
and vegetables that' ariv produced lth moru auiplu rainfall.
'.'hls year at the International Dry KarmliiK IQposltloiHu TiiImi, Oklo., liciitcr.'l'or the third cniiiwcutlVQ tlin,
suVpl the IkiiihIh in eompetWon wilh'tho exljlilt.s of the entire Nortli. Anit.-rk-iin continent jniU W. Mill, chlr
1111111 of the board of dlreetors of the (Ireat Nortjiurn railway, has installed portion of the ftm'oitst Iteiiter.eyhibdt
in the CJreat Northern rallwny's boiHiM at the United Status Ijiu1 Show, which opened Nov. lidth In -the rinVfigo
ColKeiiui. Iteuter, ineaii;lill(.-, is too busy Hcftftiik ready for Uls next year's crop to attend the fftic-ipi nIiow. ' ISo
ii out to make It four consecutive "world's ctiliinplonshlpH" by lmproyfua 01s nest dry'rannliu coi)jr-sa esMlrtt
Mary Stuart Fifmed. '
The Edison Company .has fuo-
ducedathree reel .nasiern.V.,. i -
this important historical event of the
Lite of Mary, Queen of Scots. This
special foature'is superior no the
average multiple "reel production be
cause it represents a tremendous
amount of.studv and research, pains
taking attention to details f cos
turning anil settings.
The love, self sacrifice, pathos,
hitter hatred, intrigue and tragedy
which sway the emotions ol the great
characters in this famous etruggle,
afford a magnificent opportunity foi
intense dramatic action. The sus
pense is sustained ui.til dhe execu
tioner poises his gleaming axe above
the fair white nofk ol Mary Stuart.
You can see this feature at the'
Grand tOllioht. ako .1 srr:imim
Lcomifily, "Alkali Ike and the Wild
Man." Ka advance in price, 10-33,
OF DRY FARMING WORLD
At the regular meeting oj Biindon
Lodge A. F. and A. M. 5atitrday
"'K1'1 lle. Jollowmjr ollicers werj:
Lelected: C. R. Moore", W. M: W.
J. Sabin, S. W; W. A. LeGot;e, J.
W; Phil. Pearson. Sec; E. E. Oakes,
Treas. Next Saturday 'night the
Masoim aid Eastern Stars will hoRl
Merlin Catterlin, 'wlnj has beVn
attending the Oregoji Agricultural
College at Corvallis for the past two
years rejtuined home Saturday and
will remain here permanently , and
will assistliis father W. E. Catterlin
in the managenjent of the Bandon
Dry Good Co. store.
Miss Ebba Wiren who has been
attending school in California ls
returned home 10 spend th holidays
with her parents, Captain and Mrs.
O. Wiren. 0
Show hi Chicago
' Homo." . ' .
A de'tectiw photo dramatic pro
duction in three reels", emphasizing
the need for caution jn th! use of
circumstantial .evidence. A drama
filJeiUvith life and impulse. 'Heart
iuteresUthat carries conviction. The
triumph of a clever detective, shovvn
in tnree reels of. tense alSsorbing
Also Mr. Hart in ii obatic foat!,
viz juggling, wire walking, tujtjiblmg
and leincl. balancing.
Shown at tfie Orpheum toflight
only, admission 15 and 10c.
Tomorrow nightDavis and Longo
will open a five iKiys engagement.
These artists are expert banjo,
guitar, and mandolin players ndf
are Aire to please with their varied
program, Remember its at the
Whito. Cedar Festival Busi
ness Cleaned. Up at
A meeting of the stockholders of
the White Cedar Festival w.Is held
in the Commercial Club Hall 011 Fri
dliy December 12th., Donald Mac
Ivinlosh presided. D. M. Averill
was eluctt-il as secrrtary of the
it ws proposed liy J. T. Sullivan
Hind mciim1VH by Gn-ory !id, that
a couiiiiitwe of three, t "appointed
to receive the surpltw nwy lft
from th.- White. CeiW Festival and
lW sam; in tn.Kt until loiit July
4th. 1014. Mtti-money to be avail
able i pulilic ci lebralion purxses
Msvrs Rajiiaiissrii, Lin1, eud
TrowltrMt', were appointtil w a
cnmmitf ihttv t hjwasttt: this '
fund. It was regtotafly . moved anil
sccondrit that A vote of thanks h(t
tcmlerixl to the .'Carnival committee
of the White Cedar Festival for the
Oernnrujl of Labor Matt.
Denver, Colo,, Dec. 32. Dele-
K'Mes to the state labor convention
nunibeiing several hundred started
at 10:30' this -morning to ma.rclr on '
the st He capitol Kl present to Cover--
nor Amnions theii demands for the
abolition of thr military commission
in tin- Coloraito' strike zone and for
the disoiissal of ci-rlatn militia ofS-ct-rs
objectiounblc to the, Jabor de
merit. Efrosa Mailing Sc&arJ.
W. E. Catterlin manager of the
Bandon Dry Goods Co. is establish- '
"ing a iu-v innovation in the business
circles ol Bandon which will be of
great benefit to the ladies of the city.
He is arranging the balcony ih
the roar.or the store foi the purpose ,
and brgjnnini; with next Saturday
will give rrne lessons in dnas making
and general so-oing every Saturday . .
from 2:dn to ,;;oo p. m.
This department will be in charge ,
of Mrs. Reed and Mrs. Clea'ry of
trie dressmaking department of this
store. It is understood that, it will .
not be necessary to buy the goods
to be worlTed upon, at the Bandon
Dry Goodr Co's store, but any lady
can bring her own. 'material if she ,
All ladies over the age of fourteen
arc eligible to enter the classes, and
the instruction will be absolutely
free, to everybody, no charges tvhat-
soever, Jicing made to anyone.
This will certainly be an excellent'
opportunity for the women of Bgn
don and one that should be appre
Myrtle Point is to have a basket
ball hall. The buiklinir will be 6oxoSa
with 18 foot posts, This .will make
a tine hall for the name Bandon
slfould have a Building
( to encourage (