Semi-weekly Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1910-1915, June 02, 1911, Image 4

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Lore j
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to my place, alx-ut a
rayeii —
iikm pountl ■
about
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call, preve propertv
Charles box and wife of this city
visited relatives and iriends in Co-
Bills Creek.
ailvei liseinent
quille Sunday.
Robison at the Centra! Warehouse?
Hay, («rain, Mdl
l eed and
miles from Bullion. Price $350
2'
Ad.in ss John Moti, Prosper,
Notice of Administrator’s Fi-
G. R. Barrow of Coquille
nal Settlement.
came down Wednesday and is visit­
ing at the home of Iler brother, J
B.
,.«tail'll.Iial'r fi.r lhe r I le ot A. t>. babia, de- I
cear-ed, ha* filed ai die Cnunly f ourl of ( o<*r. I
.lee the Bandon Warehouse C<
I'he best
' nunly, Oregon, h:;
38 It
Pi ices right.
in tow n.
and
child, left on the Elizabeth for
;ei the time for hearing such ob­
th * hcur of
10 a.in. o’cloc k of said d.-.y, at
Io S?.n Jose l< \ hit M1 • 1 roubridgi* s lite City of (’oquilk*, Coo;
Apply
adminiit ;.l r, and B iminatm < i!>.‘ adrn ni.4r. tnm. |
At \ I i .<• I '< Hill
I Olli
lr relay and teltti »»»-• I h»-«la\.
I irakinp,
une
atii I
bio« k
u 's
R«ih< rls
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with
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n b«•<• i: pubh h“d in th? Band >n Ke
l ais
«•or ! r for five w < k«, the first I tne I <i»’ i par»
X f .
. y <>l May, l‘M I, and tie L .1
' tidac, the 2ilh
i II"
i
ton
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upo
I ridav, the 3Cih da» o' June, |')| I.
i
ti would
/.> rui/ few words lo our many pat­
rons in conin tiit.n n idi the fi eiijhl mid passenger bini
s from .-..ii ij. ni is. o.
Band »r, O..‘< a”, th.s 2Gth d-y rf
Mi
1 um*
( < hi ; i
I'H in tie
I til-
th
inn-
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made
;r:ti it’ lit«’ llild'T ipi.i d a
lid r-t I •, and .
tht
l> .Il.’i ' It I»«pe ?«l
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ib.d?- -i'. • id* t im-.ii.v ( U!.n ; up
the n and du
P. *vcls<»l|, Pill pc I , Ql
(hot** IB WII
•’ountv, Oregon, at
NOW, 11 leM <•(>)« . lion , «tie
Itoil
made it said li«ne a:.d p!a< •, then the I cuit wid
Wani
1 Li\ e iotti ( onira< Is.
pent» is and Lit oit-is.
’ odif
th;
j iai t ut“' I« ’i a feu wt< ks.
I 'll« I I
Poll.I
Tiiemigii ;mr uelii'lii/ 'n '¡¡e lumber business, which
!■' if i '?«./dn'/ied ain! >d up bg eur e/iuils and in-
>■' e elnei: has given em/dui/incni io ii;any and helped
Ian leau'ij moeehants an.! business men, directly and in­
i'
Amidon and on thr Co ¡aide river, and by our
iniii. 'ru and help in dioing our purl toward the better­
ing o/ tile harbor and river improvements when called up­
on 11 t//ve aid. wi wish lo ash the business men and mer-
chunls to help us heep i p and maintain our efficient
// « giii an,, passenger s
‘e. Reciprocate by giving iis
t pail oj io r mi I'less, ■'> reby showing that you appre-
1 ode i. . ! ,/,>, :■.
Show your appreciation in a material
way, which will be greatly appreeiuled.
I in 1- 1 < w rii^.ik,’ d in I iir 1 ral <
LlIMt re
Slab- of Oregon, in and
watch i! <• Imr^rs sima
S ay ,
5 ri'W Lit win n v«»n I «• I tin in -j in
and hay horn I
Mis.
Ann
i
for Coos County
.p»-tf
K<,I» i -. hi .
Wagner
came ov<
Lorena Barrow.--, Platnlifi
iiotn Iter hi'tlic at MarsliJr al ! Inn
)
SUMMON
v .
day to visit het
parents. Mr. and C. b.v-n 1 .was. Defendant
Mrs. W .11.1 .ogni, loi .i few <hiy-
J o < . Even I uc.ts, the above nam J drfi ndant
Bandon V\ arrh m .«• Co li n e ju
In thr name ci i ! ip '
. f Orepnii, you at
what yon want in II.IV. I 1'1 tin m
It •• I V rapnird to app'. and . r. .u.r i! c con;
pl ulH flit d i-.; it 5:1 ycil 10
Ser 11 « m
feeds.
Ri.brrl Pl < • \ id
> nb. !
Baillll'll visitol W< IllrSlI.lV
Mis. I. I., l-mt'.rnt l.iurel I..1L1 t
ii RIH
htu
R
-»n..w;T said < <.: ih 1 .i.t
anJ
plaintiff
sti'iib- 1
N («') WffL'
-j |»
> to
tul.:- judgrr.ent a, . -.11'.
will
Ian, t*h r with
r.l
p*.r
inb
di Lin par i.-- th« r-¡ ii inclined,
itnninnn
if.;;
«-minty can’t be beat lor stiawbini'
in
published
i;
Recorder, a \v« «kly newspaper published in Cot
County, Oregon, for six connsccutivc w<ek$, be­
of the finest patches in the comiti
ginning
1 ri lay,
They .are former Yakima people anil
I'riday,
June
S. Coke,
impoitanee as a
C. R. WADI'.
3O-t7-l
Attorney for IMaintifi.
Im
In the Circuit Court for the
Stale of Oregon, in and for
the County of Coos
growing state «an be better un I i
stood from the figures in the bien
(he
of |hr
Oregor,
made at Coqu.il«-. < hegon, Apnl 19th, 1911,
12 t2
of
Judge
Se< i»i.d Judicial I‘i .tin t, (, <><,- County,
If you appreciate spied, comfort
report
being seven issues ( I
|9||,
I lonorabl ■ John
the
and s;if«.ty, traV' l on the Stmr. hi
nial
I ) I I, and endin ’
21 I,
'\prd
2d,
’.in-h paper, by an older of publication made Ly
proves
of successful fruit giowing.
Oregon’s
We Like this
if Advertising our Clothing
and to prove to you what i> means to do business ai a
Cash Store. We guarantee to save you from four to
seven dollars on every .«uit or overcoat, as well as
guaranteeing the garments for one year. We could not
afford to keep up this offer, as we are giving you the
biggest per cent, of our pr< fits when we give you a hat
free, so you are the loser if you fail to take advantage i
of this offer. We are not to blame if your friend gets a
hat free and you do not. We give you all the same op­
portunity, so remember Saturday is your lart chance to
take advantage of this off«
the Bnndc n
anil Mt*, ami Mis. 1*osier have one
field.
Oregon Slab-
Board of I lol licilltlll e latelv issued
i’resiilenl
total
A
W. K. New, II places th
valuation of list
crop at
$'>,(><>.■•.500
vears
Apples
W'obtf tn Oregon
W’hy does everybody travel 01.
Bee utse it give
accommodations and sei
the best
42-12
vs.
gave a surprise party to Supt.and
home in A/ilea
Park in the west end of town. Tin-
«lav evening, which was greatlvap
I'he evening was enjoyed
preciatetl.
• is only
High
School
pupils
I ru 4
ant event in the history of the High
a
Company,
Notice
titled
Private
h
heirby yjyen that in the above en­
cau.ie and C ourt
; Court therein tendered
a decree was by said i
dilating the
undei
auction
public
( otiniv, Oregon, on the |5lh day of June, 1911, .
of
nine o'clock in the fore
cash in
hand 1» the highest biddr i i
'
I hit i there fore to notify all persona, firms or
corporations having or claiming to have any lien,
or liens upon, or rk«lil oi miriest in, or to the -aid
proceeds of
» de arising thrreirnm to prove then
Li« h persons, Imns, or corporation«, on notice to
the al»«i\r named plaintiff. We tern Oregon I ruU
<
rnpany, in tin < ourt, according to law, within
ihutv ( '<’) days from dale ot
the decree above
s<t forth; and all bond 'holder.<, holder(
for a short visit with relat'ves,
relieves, te
ct ivci s ceitihcalrs and coupon- having, or claim
to
Astoria ill time Im tlx
doctor to attend the K of I*, con
vention which convent s in th.it t in
the latter part of die month
E.
I ewill
II.id
business
called him Io the coimtv seat
whirl»
Visit’»
day.
C. A. McKellips of N011I1 Bend.
■agent for sewing machires, who li.is
been coming to Bandon for the past
three or four vcais, marie his last
trip here this week, as he intend
leaving North Bend and moving his
family to Sail Mateo, Calif., where
they will make their home in the
future.
$
$
noon and lour o'clock in the afternoon oi said!
date for
therefor:
which they go Io Bell ugh tin. Wash
turning
«h
A Bargain |
public sale or
in the I own oi Bandon, Coos
between the hour
and wile lilt
will lake i 1 the Rose I estival, .utei
Cash Only
property, real, personal and mixed ci
abovr* named defend» nt at
aid * ¡aims lietoie a Notary Public pendent with
Dr. I.. I’. Sorensen
Bandon
iljicd as Receiver in said cause to make sale <1
all oi th
School work.
on tile Alivil for I’m 11.«ml w here t In
Money Talks
entered on the Sth
and
day oi May, A. I)., |9|
and
teachers can do, and marked 1 pleas
•
(. 01 potation J Jriaidanl
The senior « lass of the llighS« hoo' the
Mrs Ostienat th- 1
Jandon Warehouse
Company, Agents
Bandon I .iglil & Power
second in
vice.
Ihm I slop to thud: about it. Do it now. (Hue us
a chance Io show you that we can do what we say.
I a I CorpoiAbnn, Plamtili
importance with .1 value ol $1 oSo
<100.
the Stmr l,'itieli!>
lie (oe giving the public the best passenger service
leoiri San Francisco.
.'¡I! state roonui on the fast and
commodidu ■; St.•aim r Fifleld are titled with hot an t cold
oaif and til' bteani'i c: olio eyuipped with wirelei s.
T»
if io‘n gon want io travel with com fori and safety, watch
f in Ho sailinu date of the Sieamei Fifield—the only way.
« When you want your merchandise delivered promptly
and safely, remember that llie Steamer bifield is the only
ä
(orupany, a Private
fmi
tin-list with a value of $2 500,000
and dried prunes stand
I9ll\v
MICHAfXSJTEAN bCO, >
from an! alter M..y la, 1910,
il.,y. anil iln-v
¡’itiinlv tl
klllil ilia' I.isle lil.e mon
Co,
know all about the art .anti
COPYRIGHI
,i.id tiirr, tl.
!>•,
inn of I our Hundred .* . «r.Jy f
t>
iiiiii
j ip
< f tl i
w’lll I • I itd.ty, flip
wliK h
l')l I. and it \ n tail
day of June
1.1
fi.r <! •• pub.i u
or ! -i
:!t
fit.’ Ii I div <'f
u .1 >
Bmiilim visum I bin J r
'lies t<> lilt- R e
in
to
IlfllBI Hl', will. Il pl. 'I b.'d l.i.C i”.
R r. ei Inn
sillt ill 11 box «>1 Ini
(' ( nt i'. (I a« -
:
i n or Ii. il l«* lb. I.i I u. •; « i
1 W . > Illi I' W .IS
Mi s. ( liam v of
ire ¡rati» close to Bandon. Stump land $30
. i.d $40 per acre, as good fruit and berry land as I
taere is in l ie county.
;ew choice 'c ts in W<- terman’s Park Addition, two
blocks west of school house, cleared and ready to
build on.
Mouse and two lots in Woodland Addition. Fine view
and in good condition. This is a snap. If taken
quii k, $1000.
House and large lot in West Bandon. $1250. Look
this up if you are looking for a nice home.
1 have properly listed in all parts of Bandon, besides
some fine farm, fruit and stock raising land; see me 1
before investing in Coos County land of any kind.
Always glad to show what I hav for sale anc! will
treat you right.
Monday, tho ltd dav ol July, 1911,
jections
San Eran< ihco and u ill go Iroin there al
of tlie said Court did on
I bill, Judge
ivlay 2?, |9|
with a Suit or Overcoat
Bought of us
1 hat the 1 Ion.
final objection* thereto.
| .Im I
B. Kattsrnd
and M,'i- I-
final report, and ha:’, pet."
to set a tnne and place !• i
,.me..! the Court
Mrs. <). A. 'l'row In idge and son heat in*
Spencer,
l>*-,rt>y g.rrn llol Walter J. 5-al»i,i. I
Nolur 1
M 1c-.l1.ill, in the eastern part ot tow n.
lor h «y. grain and feed .
POSITIVELY YOUR LAST
CHANCE TO GEI A
(die.
4 t-tf- I
40-lt
Prices r'glit.
LU
good box
Call and see.
Seeds ot all kinds.
Mrs.
tix
Twt»acres, all fenced,
house, well furnished, some garden,
Special bargain prices for next to
days.
pay lor ties
uh
two third, seeded down,
w.
weight
Owner please
ilenry Sudermann,
I-' or S ale
Why not buy your feed of T.
mare,
week ago, a black
mg anv ngl-.t, title, or interest
pierced? ot
of
I have sold my insurance bus uevs I.> E. W.
Charlesworth, who is located across from the Grand
I heatre and desire to thank my patrons for the Busi­
ness they have given me in the past.
Mr. Charlesworth will he glad to make your ac­
quaintance and 1 am sure that any business you en­
trust to him will be attended to promptly.
Yours truly,
Re
ZE’. OaJszes
in. or to the raid
ale in any mann< r are each thereof
are beret y directed and by said decree
worth more money, but see
air di“
reil. d and required Io make picof thereof before
<uch resident
Hiree Nice Level Lois Close in on
Columbia Ave., opposite Church,
$¿50 each. Invest now. They are
Notary Public with them, in
cause and Court within
the said
this
thirty days as
aforesaid.
Pairs! at Bandon. Coos ( ounlv, Oiegon. thi
Is your home insured against fire?
I Ith dav ol May. \ P . |0| |
A S II .1.10 I I.
Receive! m al<wc can «• and Court
WrlS-F |
Wanted
In (.'oo-i or Curry Con ties. I .ithing,
I’l.istcrtug or Chimney Work,
35 ve.irs experience
All work
lirst class at tight prices.
A, M. I-'INCH, Bandon, Ore.
get it insured Before I lie fire.
If not, Better
Delays are dangerous.
Do not waft until the ho isc burns to get insurance.
It is too late then.
See
B. W. CHARLESWORTH
Opposite the Grand Theatre.
B. W. Charlesworth
Opposite (iraml Theatre
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