Semi-weekly Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1910-1915, March 04, 1911, Image 2

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    San-don.
Vast Sum for Publicity.
Recorder
Published Every Tuesday and Friday by the
Subscription, $1 50 per Year in Advance.
I
advertising,
is to be
Used in peopling the West
t > till up
company for
ti >;i up al «ilice and
Big Ballot for 1912.
amendment.
instead
Lei’- gel tba-
the greatest development of
titular question at issue.
A iep<>rt from Portland says'
the
members of
legislature were ready .it ail times to
Do you know that of all the minor
railroading, the creating ol
traffic.
While it
ailments colds are by tar the ni<M
railroads expt,''
complain of the overburdened ballot,
dingeroiri?
money liack. al
and
that you need to fear, but the serious
Senator
Bowerman
|av
look
It is not the cold itself
th ■ .sci­
ence cf
is true tint
¡‘il II
our
tilt* ’A est
of
seci.o
cornili y at thè t-ig I .1 i
It is
gon. lilil-O ami Washington.
majoiity of thu.se voting on the par
While slandpa*.
ind .1dvtrt1.se
Wyoming, California. Nevada, On-
a
of
ict 1 1 con
Itoli in thè m lite! .
the fertile lands of Colorado, L tall.
tution.il
added a lot of new type of the latest
faces, especially for Fine Job Printing,
and we are now prepared to print all
invitations, Announce-
Cards, Letter Heads
and in fact all kind« of modern printing
done in a Modern Office.
die colimi slioiil«! ti’ci- thè pi -o<
ever set aside bi am transpnii d loir
March V «91 I
The v «rioiis cotirm -r« 1 il i>o !ics . f
This huge sum. the Ingest
cently.
Known on Application. dob Printing a Specially
Eulrrml at tliu ttaudou Powtutttve 11* Secund I’I hhs Melter.
¡»rep.ir.tii<»ns lor
io urlili
sudi m t xbibit.
Railroad re­
Pacific
Southern
and
I
thè lune
by the directors of the I nloii Pacific-
Adveitilting Rute» Made
] RIDAY
b g
licity —th.it s the ap lopriiti.111 made
T. Ft. KREAMER. Buuanw Manta«
I
Fancy Wedding Invitations a Specially
to make all of tue
the same tune they
will help to m ike this vast section
"nine diseases that it often k-ads to. Most
productive.
Of the appropriation,
of these .lie known as genii diseases
f « t ballot,” the complete I record of
■ neumonir and consumption art* i $500,000 has been apportioned to
the late • ession shows the legislature
among them
Why not take Cham
the Northwest and . ill be .-.pent
has done its share toward loading I erlain s Cough Remedy. and cure
through the Oregon - Washington
your cold while you cai ‘
For sale
the ballot tor the next election.
Railroad X Naiiga'ion Company.
No less than six amendments to by C. V. Lowe.
The major pait <’t the advertising is
file constitution have been ordered
to be done through newspapers.
In
Oregon Development.
submitted to the pwople in 1912. Be
addition to exploiting land oppomi-
t
sides these the legislature gave its
i
nities, the development ol industries
approv il to resiibmission ol the worn
The tirst organized parly ol set
and communities w ill also be fostered.
an suffrage question bv a torm.il tiers to co ne lo Central Oregon by
Now, if these railtoad- would just
joint resolution, and il named a coni the new railro id new in operation
get busy and build to Coos comity,
mittee to frame and submit initiative into the interior ariived during the
and spend some of the money to
laws on the subject of taxation, from past week and took possession of the I
help develop this section, then we
which it may lie expected that two Baldwin ranch of 30.000 acres at
of Coos might be somewhat appre­
or three bdl may emanate. Eight or II iy Creek, which they have bought;
ciative of their efforts, and it they
ten propositions on the ballot in there were 25 iii the party, which
only knew it. there is no better place
I
in 1912, therefore, will owe their traveled in special car from the East.
to develop in all these states than
position upon it directly to the legis­ The newcomers will begin the devel­
Coos county. Come over and take
opment ot their property at once
Most important ol the amendments and the big ranch will be cut up into
are the three dealing with taxation,
one of which
ment
repeals
the
carried al
the amend
last
election,
may adopt
whereby counties
their
own tax syrten s and experiment, il
thav choose,
with
the
single tax
The other two submit Io the I
idea.
people once more what were known
as the grange amendments, defeated
list
November.
These air
based
purposes, though preserving the re­
that
taxation
Pa.,
Florence w ill hold
The people ol
three
has
children,
and
like
most
children, they frequentiy take
the annual rhododendron festival this
coltl.
"We have tried several kinds
spring, and a committee has been
of cough metlicine,” he says, "but
named
have
make the arrangements.
to
This festival is one of
the most at
I
I
the
father of
For - lie bv C.
V. Lowe
Valli-v vi-it it each year.
Richardson,
Remedy. '
Cough
and niinv people of the Willainrtte
Gets
Oregon
Immigration
Commissioner but Fund
Development League, who
Oregon
any yet that did
never found
them as much gooil as Ch.unbeiIain's
[tractive of its kind held anywhere,
is Withheld.
was active for years in publicity work
Baltimore from March
tion to visit
Officials of the Oregon Develop­
The legislature thought well of the
6th to 20th. at a large salary, lo ad
ment League, who
two bills introduced by Representa­
vise
Greater Baltimore
the
Com
The house passed both ol
t inces.
they werr halted in the
them, but
Senate, where certain features were
objected to and where it was decided 1
bad worked fot
the passage of the bill providi ig lei
tive Beals, imposing increased taxa
tian upon gifts, legacies and inbeii-
mittee and assist in raising a promo­
a
tion fund of $500,000.
were
This money
state
is
disordtt .
< I
the
Chamberlain's Stomach
It the Beals bills had been passed,
they would «till have required sub­
mission
to popular vote, under the
amendment adopted last Noveniliei.
Thinking
the
Bealv measures were
to the argument
they should lie defeated
anil
that
immigration
non plussed
commission' i
I ablets correct
the
South.
Mr.
will
Richardson
veto the measiue.
but will
return shortly to Oregon
his
neighbors
They succeeded,
San Francisco Bulletin whereby we
Notice for Publication.
The
The ; ass.ig
¡east
providi
ior
stat«- indorsement ot proinohon liter­
Dallas Item
ature that shall lie issued to attract
i
immigration, an<l this will make this
affecting taxation was the lull impos
"If you want newcomers, make them
matter authoritative so it MÜI » trrv
ing a tax of one lull ot one |>er cent
feel at home.”
more weight and at th«* sail.«- time
tull, is a member ot the special com
sstj ?.'
■
one
year from next No­
Portland
planting ol roses
on
parks
Birthday, ai d
vember.
Tin­ slate anti aot ant section alone
the Oregon climate.
t.iges ol
the
slate
in
bool;,
showing
vantages, will I**
Washington’s
second was
Aside from the three tax
at Gearhart
amend
last
Sunday*.
Oicgoii’s
issued
midi t
id-
tl.e
inilil winlets of
questions, because the legislature has attract
so determined
people
the
lid
Such
Northwest
ol yourculd voti m tv - now that v -u
are not tieati ig il
prcqn ih
l'Iii re
and
is no reason why a cold should lung
here fro r the frigid
on tor weeks, and it will not if you
take Chamberl i:n'< Congh Remed, .
Ea‘t.
For sale bv C. V. I .•»» e.
Creation of the office ot lieutenant
go^rnor.
al! the news of Bandon and vicinity in
the Recorder at marvelous low price
1 he Bandon Recorder,
1er.
M. G. FOHL, Opiotv.-h-rist
$4.50
Both papers through
this office if paid in
advance, per year
Ab-?
$2.75
■ITU I ITM
Did you ever attend the
Hard Luck Story Hour Club ?
I h< v ir><-« t wh< rrver they can find a sympathetic listener.
The
sp«*.ikei's vocabulary is mostly "Its” and "Buts.”
Opportunity
never came HIS wav.
I IE never had an equal chance.
Some
one has always given him the "worst of it ” NEVER had a steady
job.
Saved money5 No.
Io HIM money is trade to spend—
II >t save.
The young man with an account in this bank asks for
no sympathy -needs none for lie creates opportunities of his ow n
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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STATE DEPOSITARY
«i
*M ?"x.
S. S. PL1OENTX
2d, 3d r.nJ till Saturdays at
Hotel Gallier, Bandon, Ore.
ROGERS
FOUNDRY
COMPANY
THE NEW BOAT
9
Six Day Service between the Coquille River and
San Francisco
!
1
First Class Passenger Fare,
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J. F.
| I.
$7.50
WAI.STROM, Agent, Bandon, Oregon
X E. T. KRI SE. Agents. 24 California St , San Francisco. C.,l
A sore throat can be trealrj liest
Get The Spirit
Mak ing stockholders ot state banks from the outside. The throat should
lie rubbed gently with B ai . i Anti’s
Gable to de|>ositors for twice the
IS nov L inimcnt .
Apply at night ,
•amount subscribed, the same as
Everv'»ody who lives wot of
iand cover with a catton cloth Kami
Rocky mountains is glad that
•Ti ckhohlers of national banks.
age. by morning tlie soreness wall
Requiring a majority ol nil voles disap|M*-ar. Price 25c 50c and $1.00 ; Francisco gets the World's Fa
Brass, Bronz?, Al
uminum, Iron.
PAULL'S TRANSFER LINE
A. A. PAI I f., Proprietor
I Na. y and
I
<aai at an elecUon lo carry a cousti
1.50 per year
Total,
Notice for Publication.
on tils- i llh da, of March, I 'i I.
Claimant lu'ar ar wit .. m c
Jar.!«" A. < ■c
op-,
r of Bandos-.. Orton,
f farmin Its I .mg, ol Baudot,, Ore^yr
lL,d :i D Ji.k aa, of Bau i.in. t.'r.j
FJfx rt
..oí Baid u. ^K-yot.
6 th-l
BENJAMIN F. JONES, b
$3.00 per year
The Daily San Francisco Bulletin,
I
If you hive (rouble i\ gì- beg
m mfs ordered submitted, the tieople stunts as these call attention to the
are certain to vote on the following
country in a metropolitan daily and
A
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Multnomah Club swim in llie 01 ran
furnish them all the news of the
__ .:r~.7=7.-—
seal of the new commi-sioiu-r.
the
Miscellaneous Items for Ballot.
a gigantic combination offer that will
„.-J.
Tin
will I k * for the br*>H’tlt ot the wl ■ l<-
striking way the advan
mittee, this may also find its way to first u as tile
the ballot
guard against Ixtonier matter
The events of the past week illus
«me ol the strong champions r-f this Hale m .1
can give subscribers the advantage of
Department of ilit* Interior,
I '. S. Land Otiice al Roseburg, Oregon,
January 19, |9||.
Notice is hereby pi ven that Chii Dar. T. Ri h-
art’, of Bandon. Oregon. who on February 2.
I'XW, made HianesteoJ Entry’ No. 14237, for
S. F I. IN F. 14 and N. F. I 4 T- !.. 1-4
Section 8, I ownlip 29 S.f Range 14 \\ . W.
Meridian, ha, hir'd notice of intention try make
bnalcommutation. fHoor, to establish cfann to the
land above described, beioie .A. D, Morse, U.
S. Commissioner, at BanJon, Oregon, on the
l€>th day of March, ^91 I.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Elbert Dyer, of Bandon, Or ¿gon.
Charley Richerts, of Bandon, Or-gon.
L. D. Davidson, of Bandon, Orencn.
Noah Davidson, of Bandon, Oregon.
6-tG-F
BENJAMIN F. JONES,
Regi ler.
by waiving
of the law will at
newcomers quit the
state in disgust.
mind
shoulder the ex; ens«-.
The only other important measure iwr has the right idea when it says
As Senator Calking,
made arrangements with the
For sale by I .
however, in inducing him to change
make addresses in a number of East­
•peeia) committee given a free hand tence, and the
on moilgages.
’T’HE RECORDER management has
Liver
these disorders and
en able you to sleep,
Governm
when
West aim itnced list week he would
the did not seem tn know ot their exis­
in framing comprehensive legislation
■ Great
Combination
s'omach
and
body visited them, their
amendments, be framed
by the special legislative committee
•**
1 he most coninion cause of-insom
ma
ate yielded
stitutional
con
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will lie used in bidding for Hade in
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There is but one virtue—the eternal
sacrifice of self George S-inil
defective in some respects, the sen­
tax bills, as distinguished from
all |
¡L_
A Dining Hint.
Fletcher snys y< i should “hold your
fuco down” when you are eating, so
that your tongue will hang perpendic­
ularly in your mouth. To do this most
comfortably get down on your hands
and knees when you eat. explains the
Chicago Record-Hi raid.
any claim to Department of lhe Interior,
U. S. Land Oftice.
ern cities this spring
the $25,000 appropriation the bill
Orc gon.
»
A suggestion come; from Folk carried so that the 1 iw will give the
Janiury 20. !9!l.
Nolice k hereby given that John W. Ko< n. of
countvth.it people of the whole state state the benefit of the United States
Bandon. Oregon, who on Feb. 2, I9Í/), made
might adopt with pioht
A family Immigration Bureau work in pl.i, ing Ho«nesle.-MÍ c‘ntry
No. 14842, Serial No.
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I. I 4 Ser.
and N.
recently came I here lioin the East, desirable immigrants on the Oie .n (34475. D m S. I I 4
1-2 S W. I 4, and S. W. I 4
W. 1-4,
bought a farm and intended to live lands
•
Section 10, i own --hip OS., Range 14, W. \X'.
there permanently.
After a time
Licking the necessary appropria Mendian. lia hi'.I noirceof int.'irtion Io make
fatal ( sinmulal.on Proof, lo cstablch claim to
they m Id their land and returned to lion to carrv on the work, pub!,
ths- laid abo.e dcxolMs], Idoss- A. P. Mcisc.
the East.
The reason was that no­ spirited citizens ot Portland will Uniisl Stat » Ccmr'.-.'ionrr, .1 Fl,n-J-r bl-ry Ri
the better plan would be to let
Bandon, Oregon
John W. Sickelsmi'.h, Greensboro,
the maximum of production.
in thus state, has accepted an invita­
equal and uniform
RECORDER PUBLISHING Ct).
Yw Lowe.
be
must
Not So Bad.
••IVbat's the vxetsi ymi can say about
IliUl'.'”
"He hasn't nil honest hair in bls
head.”
'Well, that's bad euougli.”
I
"Oh. not
bail as you think,
mean lie wears a wig '' Birmingham
Age- Herald.
small farms in order to bring it up to
Tom
quirement
Pacific •and
Union
I Southern Pacific.
upon the Wisconsin law and permit
the classification of property for tax
us,
at
a look
per bottte
Sold by C Y
Lowe
I
<
the
great glee in referring to th •
lature of 1911.
FANCY PRINTING1’
I ur
A million and .1 <pi trier lor pub­
Recorder Fvitoisliing Com pa n y
C E. KOPF. Ediioi
tr’
I
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I 1915, but we should do mort Ulan I
Light
Graying
also dealer in Drv Fir Wood and . c
(ice's Coal.
Phone 91, Bandon, Ore.
Pbcne 382