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Eandon Recorder American Girls
Published Every Thursday by the
and Foreign porftmitv ant! t!'«» inclination t » n-
ceive the higher education, than
these two courses could I k * more «>r
Tn commenting on the subject of less elective, to suit the tastes ar.
American girl» and foreign titles conveniences of the pupils that
O. K. KOS»?*,
the pupils could have tin right to
H. C. Evan« the well known Writer
select such studies from both courses
flalMoeiptioo, <1 QU par Tear in Advance. Advertising Batea Ma le
says: In the last twenty years one as would best tit their needs and de
Xaowu oq Application. Job Printing a Specialty
hundred and fifty-one American sires. It is a fact tlv.it some branch«.-
Eatered at the Bandon Poetuflioe aa NecondClaiM Matter.
women have married foreigners are taught in the high schools that
November 4 1909 Most of these foreigners were are not of practical value to the
broken-down noblemen who loafed pupils, while others are left out that i
would be of exceedingly great value
Much Railroad Building
about the European capitals, at in the actual duties of life.
The Portland Telegram says that torical events, Observances of the tending the opera, the races, the
The public school question is a
20,000 men are now at work build one hundreth anniversary of the gambling places. Their family es large one and has many sides for
ing railroads in the Pacific North birth of Astoria will invite and re tates have long been exhausted or discussion and we are glad to note
west. This would indicate that this ceive national attention.
ruined, covered with mortgages or that each year the schools are get
ting better, broader ami of more
section of the country is destined to
seized by the money lenders. They
Much as we may regret the ten
practical use to the young men and
have a great impetus of progiess in
have been, and are in point of fact women in attendance.
dency of the age, the fact remains
the near future, and that Coos
mere genteel vagrants, tramps, and
that nowadays historic celebrations
county will come in for its share of
hobos. They do not own even one
Ro eburg has a daily paj er, the
are always lent to commercial uses
the progress is an assured fact
tangible thing in lhe world, m t even News w hich h is lotmerlv been issued
Astoria will earn big dividends on
Some one or more of these many
the shirts on I heir backs. They art- twice a week launched forth Mon
every dollar intelligently put out
railroad projects is certain to come
possessed of no item of knowledge day as an evening daily and will be
to exploit the resources of the
this way and there is every reason
published six days in the week.
that any rational being would
Coast region round about the
then why this section should forge
to have. They have no t'.ade; con There w'ill be no Sunday paper.
seaport, The celebration two years
to the front, as it is without doubt
stitttle nothing to society; they
hence is a peg on which to hang
one of the richest sections of the
toil not nor spin Until the very Coquille River Transportation
tardy hand of the law or of fate is
At the earliest moment, Astoria
laid upon them they live by bor
should invite the cooperation of one
rowing money, gambling at cards,
Coo« County Strawberries of the most noted families in America
acting as cappers for gambling
1 6:00 a in
8.30 n in
A fruitgrower in Coos county The descendants of John Jacob As
j 1.00 p in
3;00 p 111
houses, or in one or another of
7:00 a 111
l0:00 a 111
laises strawberries the year round tor will probably be gracious enough
those multitudious other ways that
4:00 p in
Some of these berries are so large
have been open to such as they for
that three will be enough for one is even to be hoped that by the
person for dessert. While this will employment ot proper diplomacy
30 a ni
What is it that outweighs the
depend somewhat upon the ca
hideous characters of these foreign I 1 Coquille,
pacity of the guest and the gener and distinguished citizen of England degenerates, ami the depredation on Dispatch, 1.00 p m
5.00 p m
osity of the hostess, it is a good might be enlisted.
The Cot quille connects with the
the side of our American girls?
depend on her
trains at Ci oqnifle for Marell field and
story, nevertheless, and true enough
Title. The girls want to be count-|
to entitle Coos county to immediate neighbors of the Pacific Northwest esses and duchesses.
The up-river passengers can cooie
connection with the outside world to join in the celebration, par-
It is significant that not a single to Bandon on the Favorite and have
by rail. Moreover, soil and climate ticularly all of Oregon and most of European nobleman of great wealth three hours here in which to do their
that produce such strawberries the Southern Washington. The multi has ever married an American girt trading and other business.
year round can furnish products in tude of newer cititizens who now It is the class of noblemen who are '
other lines in quality and abundance, outnumber the pioneer stock several social direlicts and paupers, and ROOTS - AND - SHOES
You can’t expect to get $2 worth
for which the world is waiting. times over, will not be disinterested. whose only vocation is dissipation
for $1, but you can get your
that trade their titles for our girls. <
money’s worth at
Occasionally a marriage has resulted I
in apparent happiness, but the bar
Need of Good Roads
Die Commercial Club
Dealer in Boots and Shoes.
gains are mostly bad, and divorce
The good roads question is be
The fact that tne meetings of the
follows. Nothing in the American Repairing neatly and promp
coming more vital all the time and
Bandon Commercial Club have not girl s part in these affairs becomes
tly done at lowest liv
the people are becoming awake
been well attended of late, does not her like leaving them.
to the situation more and more as
speak well for the enterprise of
time rolls on. The need of gooc
Bandon business men There is
roads is not questioned, the great
nothing that will do the city more Increased School Attendance bandon
problem confronting us is how to
good than a good live commercial
The report of State Superinten
get them, and even this need not
Is just 111 ie saipt of »¿new stock of
club, meeting every week to talk dent Ackerman shows an increase Drugs
perplex us very much if we only use
and Chemicals, Paten, and
over projects for the improvement in the attendance of the public Proprietary Preparations. Toilet Ar
the means at hand. We have ma
Druggist Sundries, Perfumes,
of Bandon, At Coos Bay they are schools ot the state, over last year, tides.
Brushes, Sponges, Soap. Nuts and
terial in Oregon to build roads that
going ahead with plans to improve also an increase in the building of Candies, Cigars, Tobaccos and Cig
will be excellent the year around.
arettes, Paints, Oils,
their bar and harbor, this is a good school houses in the state During Painter's Supplies.
We do not want to be tied up any
thing and the example should be 1908, there were 85 new school
part of the year so we cannot get our
For all kind, of
followed by Bandon business men. buildings erected in the state while
produce to market.
We have the possibilities of a great in 1909 the number increased to 148, R EA L ESTATE
News io commenting on the road
harbor right here at Bandon and it the attendance in the public schools
should behoove every citizen of the of the state was 95,081 as against CHANDLER
“Oregon has an abundance of the
own to do his best to bring about 94'333
year before, while there
very best of roadbuilding material
the proper conditions.
was still a greater increase in the at
Crushed rock with eisy gradients
Certain parties have offeied to tendance of the high schools, the at
makes ideal county roads. Hereto
guarantee twenty feet of water on tendance in the high schools for
fore gravel beds have supplied the
the bar and inside of the river at all the year ending in June 1909, was'
hard surface mateiial; but crushed
times, providing they be paid five 29.5.P as against 23,978 for the year AT GALLIER’S HOTEL
rock has been found to be so much
cents a thousand on all lumber and ending in June 1908. A comparison
superior to gravel, that future
five cents a ton on all other freight, in the attendance ot the seventh and
scientifically constructed roads will
going over the bar, and they further eighth grades, shows that prac
be surfaced with this material.
agree that if they do not get and tical y all of the eighth grade
“The time has arrived in Ore
maintain the twenty feet they are graduates attend the high school at
gon when good, hard surface roads,
not to be paid a ce it. Such an of least two and one half years.
sufficient for both winter and sum
I RADE MARKS
fer as this is worth being considered,
mer freigting are required Men
C opyrights A c .
Anyone nendlnf a akfttrh nnd doRcrlntl-.n may
and this is our opportunity to give one that is not duplicated in very quickly
□ Ickly ascertain
aarertaln our opinion frc_
.. . rn
will no longer be content to be bot
invention is probably patent able. < imnmnlra.
these men a chance to make good. many states, and speaks well lor «ent
Hons strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent«
free. <»l<1egt agency for securing patents.
tled up from transporting their pro
Patents taken through Munn A <u. receive
We have all to gain and nothing to the desire of the youths of Oregon, tprrt/H
notice, without charge, in the
duce to market for three or four
ose, for the men will not ask a cent in trying to prepare themselves for
months of the year, The success
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest dr-
until they have secured the water, greater usefulness in life.
ulation of nny scientific Journal
Tet . , f . a
ful farmer must have roads over
<ear : four months, |L Bold by all newsdealers.
Twenty feet of water on the Co
In this connection the idea of prac
& Co.36'8'0"’*” New York
which he can haul his produce to
Bianch Office. «26 F Rt- Washington, I). C.
quille river bar will give us by far ticalizing the high school course is
market when the best prices pre
the best harbor in this section of one that should have consideration
vail, and this is, a rule, in the win
Oregon and will assure the building as the great masses of the young
up of a great commerce to and faom men and women of the land never
have an opportunity to get what is
There are many other propositions called “higher education,” but de
Astoria has not begun too soon that should be discussed, such as the
pend upon their training in the high MrCALL PATTERNS
to preliminary work looking to an establishment of a Port Commission,
Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity sn<i
school to tit them fora life work, and
reliability nearly 40 years.
S< !.| in nearly
every city *nd town in tlie United States and
adequate celebration of the cen- the promotion of railroad projects
the early education should be along
Send lor iiee catalogue
any other make.
tanary of the first American .• ettle- aid many other matters of great practical lines.
Met ALL’S MAGAZINE
More subscribers than any other fashion
■ent ot the Pacific Coast. John importance to the future of Bandon.
magazine million a month. Invaluable, I.at
In fact there should be practically
est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery,
plain sewing, fancy needlework, hairdo ^ing,
two courses in high school work, one
etiquette, pood stories, etc. Only 50 cents a
(worth double), including a tne pattern
cloealy the discovery of the Columbia
Subscribe today, or send tor sample copy
that would give the pupil a practical
Surelay for chickens as good
Bivar and the Lewis and Claik
to Agents. Postal brings premium catalogue
and cheaper than wheat. Estabrook education, and one that would fit
and new cash prise ofieis. Address
«oepodition. Astoria is inseparably warehouse.
those for college who have the op- ■■ stem n.. » w w. «?• a., mw mm
ItooorcLwr Pv&bieJxuLi« Company.
You will find blue serge
suits worn by the best
dressers all over America.
They are particularly sty
lish this present Fall
season, and we have sup
plied ourselves with a re
markable showing, on
which we have put “quick
selling” prices. Young men
will find the serge suit a
very desirable one to buy.
It’s a good suit for dress
purposes and a good busi
ness suit as well. We
would like to show you
what we are offering in
this line, and we would
like to tell you why our
serge wears so well
Watch Our Window Display
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Twin Screw, New and Fast
1st Class Passage,
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good service our motto
A. F. Estabrook Co., 245 Cal. St., San Francisco
J. H. JOHNSTON, Agent, Bandon, Oregon
M. G. Pohl
VIENNA BAKERY AND CAFE
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
ALL KINDS Of
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Meals at all hours from (> a m to 10 p m. Special atten
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