Semi-weekly Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1910-1915, November 22, 1912, Image 2

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WHEN SICK
USE
PiiMtahed f.vwry Tm-wUy and ft**! by th«
Rmros Mr« .ansa
Would you kindly gr«nf the
•rttef, ?p*< m yom cohims
iaharfiptioa. II
p-r Tew fa A HaMa. Maarttatafl Ha»«« Ma»le
correct an error m«d« by one of th«
Known on Appbeatwwi. Juki Printing a Mpeeialty
•(»eakera of the Snciahat Party, In an
Enternd a» the h»..l<n hl**-» M NM-md ClMB M b MM.
addreaa delivered in Band >n a lew
days prior to th« last election?
November > t I91I
l-RIDAY
When asked by «hat me ma the
Soctalials hoped to gain control
We never could admire a wonun of the industries in America, the
The property owner» on Pine
who
»uea for brea'h ol premise*
replv was ’'confiscation.”
street, Dunham? Addition are con­
The writer propounded the qnes
sidering tl.e qur»»ion ci improving
t
:
on.
The reply created much com
the street *>y grading and paving
A great man is usually a great ex-
inent, and weli it might, as the in­
und buildi ng sidewalks
This street pen e to the (»copie.
tent and purpose of Soeitlis 11 is the
is 50 leel wide. Il « thought a 26
destruction
of the right to confis­
fxit pax ment. Willi a (• loot side
cation
and
exploitation, and all
Abraham
Lincoln
did
not
free
the
walk .and 6 feet ol pat king on either
would be an economical and satislac s'aves, a majority of the people of that might l»e implied by these terms
t he legitimate purchase ol the
tory plan and would meet the ap­ the United stiles freed the siives
of
the
nations industries, at a reason-
Lincoln's
genetals
were
freeing
the
proval < I tin’ propery owners. Mr
aule
valuation,
( barring watered
J. P. DeGesen propose’» to put down darkies as contraband of war long
a first clt-ss pavement, of vitrifie- before the Emancipate n Proclama­ stocks) would be ( in the writers
biick over a concrete base with a tion was i-sued by Lincoln and humble estimation,) a safe-gu.«rd
cushion of 2 inches of sand the brick Lincoln was prote»ting and putt-n’» against future tro :ble and the
j them back in slavery.
Lincoln shortest way out 01 the difficulty.
to be firmly imbeded in cement
bated s'avery but was willing to
That the people may more fully
Such paving would cost per 50
temporize to save the Union. Th understand the Socialist position
foot lot about $1 40 to $15°
1*
I North hated slavery and would not relative to the methods by which
the property « wners should lake
temporize to save ant thing. Thej we iiope to edu ate the people as
advantage ol the Eddy U'uidmg act
people forced the issue and Lincoln I to our system ol prodecure, 1 will
they would have ten years in which
was fir: illy forced to issue his eman- ask you to kindly publ sh the folio w-
to piy the acseas ne.its
The as I
. . j . . , filiation proclamation, I’rue 4o our mg resolution, ad.»p;ed by Bandon
sessments would amount to >> ■> per
'
;
superstition ot hero worship the Local, Sunday, Nov. 17, 1912.
year with interest at 6 |>»-r cent
country has been worshiping I-in ,
R esoi . veu .
This would be about $1.25 per j
coin as the great Emancipator of the
That w^ recommend the pur
month and the improvement» would I
slaves am? we have been giving him
increase the value o* the lots live f°|^.
■ chase of the Bandon Water Svstem
. ! the credit.
The plain truth is, i
i by the city, and that provision be
ten times. This .should be .1 g<~ .
: Lincoln was taken by the scuff c.f
, be made to complete the plant so
investment for t te propertv holders!
the neck and made to do what
i that it may give satisi tet >ry service
on Pine street and one which tl.e
the
people
wanted
dene,
poorest should be able to handle
to the property o vners ami patrons.
.¡nJ to the people belong the credit
- Sl’llSCKIBEF.
without danger or inconvenience.
of freeing the slaves.
Lincoln
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deserves only his share anil th it is
Portland is having a land .in I
not as great as that oi to tie otheis 1915 Fair to Be Exploited.
dairy show winch is attracting the
that could be mentioned.
attention ol many visitors.
But
i
San Francisca. Nov 21—F redrick
down here in Coos County is where
When a Bandon booze figliti r Vining Fisher, Preacher, Lxturer,
the real stunt is pulled off. We
have a continuous performance the goes broke he wistfully watches tl e Author and Traveler, ha? been ap­
year round.
No greater dairy s hooners as they pass over the bar. pointed head of the Lecture Bureau
of the Panama-Pacific International
country exists in the United States
Exposition, is now planning to send
than is found in Coos Comity, The Library
Meeting Monday
a
corps of able lecturers throughout
and
uniform,
climate is temperate
Night.
this
country and Europe to exploit
grass grows in winter and summer
the I915 world's fair.
and a good cow is worth to her
In accepting the position tender
owner >150 per year, Now beat it i
Monday night next in the Bmdon ‘ ed him by the Exposition, Rev, Mr.
if you can
Library rooms there will be a meet­ Fisher relinquished the pastorate
ing oi all those who are interested in of the First Methodist Church of
than
Are children less polite
tin; maintenance and improvement Ogden, He is famed as a pulpit
formerly? Perhaps, why? Because
of the library facilities.
otator and also has been in public
they do not have the spirit and
For somtime past a public library life and on the lecture platform for
courage whipped out < f them as in
has been in existence in our town the past twenty-five years.
the good old times of the past.
though very few have taken cog­
He is a New Englander by an­
Childten were not naturally more
nizance of the fact
H »wever, the cestry and a member of the Class
polite in the past than at the present
libraii m reports that in proportion of ‘91 of Yale University. He has
time, but simply more frightened
to the publicity that the library has been pastor of large Methodist
and cowardly on account of the
received and the meager support Chuches in this State, Iowa, Ken­
numerous kicks and beatings ad­
accorded it, that there are many tucky and Utah, and has written ex-
ministered by brutal parents
En­
who avail themselves of its privileges extensively for the press.
lightened parents are trying to rvar
from night to niglii
This serves
Rev. Mr. Fisher is now planning
and control their children wiihout
to show how useful a well equipped to address Legislatures and Con
the use of a club.
and well supported library may be ventions throughout this country
to our citizens.
and is also arranging to have a corps
Now let the Commercial Clubs <>(
' It is generally co needed that not of sub ordinate lecturers who will de­
Bandon and Poit Uilord get busy
¡enough interest is taken Ly 1 he peo­ liver talks on the Exposition for me
0.1 tbe Ri.« orhur ' s proposition to
ple of Bandon in this enterprise. schools of this country.
interest some of the motion picture
Every progressive town has .a library
The Rev. Mr. Fisher is otfi ill
film companies in the great scenes
and every progressive and intellec­ repiesenative in I lie West <»f the
I
and history ol tins section of the
tual citizen realizes the merit of such Chatiuqua Institution of N-w York,
country. Southwest < iregon is a
an institution.
and has been a leader in movement
section ol gianj scenic beauty.
The fact I hat those few who have now in preparation to extend the
Bandon and Port Orford should be
tenaciously a lhervd tn their purpose Chautauqua idea to the Orient and
pecularlily inviting f >r moving pic­
: to keep the reading room open and I : Antipodes.
ture film companies.
supplied will: good literature have
Wiicox-Haughton.
The booklet complied by J ick s ’t n their eff rts rewarded iti the
Guyton under the .»aipice-i of B.111- help it has been to many who could
don Commerç a Club is an < ye < pen- no' have h id their needs supplied
M ji tied at the Methodist Episco­
er. It shows that Band >n and Coos ; oth-’rwise should be .an inspiration
pal Parsonage Wednesday evening
County are on the map Tin book­ toothers o give something of their
I time and means to this enterprise.
Nov. 20th. Sylvester Wilcox and
let will attract the attention of home
Rev.
A I brary open to th • public is a Theresa Belle Houghton
seekers and tli.*t is wh.it iht- county
John
J.
Mickey
officiating.
needs. I’hegreit rr*>ur e, «»t Coo-. school to the itnschoo'ed an I should
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County hive hardiy t»<en -cratches'. be comprehensive en wigh in its as-
A “Made in Oregon’ dinner held
|Soritnent of hooks and periodicals to
by
the Oregon
Manufacturers
meet
the
intellectual
needs
of
the
Hany Lan- has I ecu elec: eri
¡inquiring
seeker
for
knowledge.
'.Vei
Association
in
Poitiand
this week
Unite ! States Senator for Orego",
called
attention
to
the
importance
I e 1 S«. ling ha- ben sell.ng clothing jshould hive a wide assortment of
in rortl.nl and will continue to good book h ¡stories, woi ks of science of home industries and boosted state
i and poetry- biographies and reference t made products. I he value of such
serve tl e people at the old stand.
works. The best magazines should a movement is ap[»arcnt but tha
necessity remains of sufficiently im­
“Love your enemies and do goes! appear on the tables .and the leading
pressing it upon Oregon people.
j
paprrs
of
the
country
on
tLe
files.
to him who hates you and curses
Plans have been on foot for nuking
Not only may our library be al
you“—that is to say, knock him
down a few times, that may do him n,eans
instruction and information the 1913 Rose Festival t he biggest
more good than you think.
our fiu^ens. but it si ould be a thing in the history ol the city.
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________ j place where the visitor or stranger It is expected to spend more money
on the coining festival than ever
We hold that a woman should would be welcome.
have every right that a man has :
In order to m »ke the’library what before and to provide lavish enter­
more
men and 1---------
women tainment for the thousands of visi­
and one more; that is the right to it
'* should be,
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wear a wig
must take an interest and to this tors.
erd the meeting is cal’ed for Mon
Twenty acres of good level land
day night at 7 30 in the library
A boys greatest happir.em is found
rooms to the rear of the Bank of with creek on, for sale. Apply to
‘a making a thundering noise.
J, N. Hosking.
Bandon.
H. L. H opkins .
<*oor
patoltuhin« Oompany
Ct KOTF VUw«»
tlHMHiU
MILI. WOOD
•»»«t
PENSLAR
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(.» O H MORGAN
Preparations
PURE DRUGS
Do you want pure drugs and
drug sundries, fine perfumes,
hair brushes and toilet arti­
cles? If so, call on
They have no Equal.
Once Used. Always Used.
Over 100 Different
Preparations
Here are a feu season­
able goods:
Penslar Lax­
ative Coldbreakers. Penslar
Bronchial Lozengers. Pen­
slar Compound Cherry
Cough Balsam, Pe risia r
Wh ite Pine ami Spruce
Balsam, Penslar C
1 r o it p
Remedy,
Penslar Rhetr
matic Remedy.
T hese goods are all guar­
anteed. If notjjsatisfactory,
money’ refunded by the
Penslar Store, the
ì
£
C. Y. LOWE,
Bandon, Oregon
WiLSON & HOWARD
General Blacksmiths O
Rebokab
CEAN REM K AH
I ODGE. No. 126
I O Q f . M* I iKoday Mgh*> al I
O. O. f
Hall.
Ì ran* tent atemben . ovdMIy
Ada Mili. N. G.
l.ijjht ami Heavy Iron Work, i ■nvilrd
L. I Wheeler. Secretary.
I lorsc Shoeing and all kinds
of Blacksmith Work.
w. o. w.
W agon Work anti all kinds Kevp th« loy< rolling boy» 1
SEASIDE CAMP NO. 212.
of Wood Work a specialty.
UOODMEN OF THE U ORLDJ
Shop on Columbia Avenue
Mrcu h iru ami I hud
Neighbor» welcomed.
1 huraday».
\ i»ituig
C. M Ga«e. G Q
Fire!!
BANDON DRUG CO. Hie!
Fire!!!
H. E. Boak, Secretary
M amiiii «.
Is it your home or business D ANDON LODGE. No. 1)0 A. F. 4 A
See Window Display.
comniunic^KMu hoi SatutdMr
that is burning, insure in the »Ft« the M. lull St^cd
nioua ol «ack month.
SpnoB
Hartford and you will not | comniuiucaliont aecood Saturday thrrcalt«.
i
1 All Matter Muoni cordially invited.
Fakir,.
dread the cry of lire.
W. E. C hm , W. M
Fakirs 1« flic limile riven to » cele
Oakes is agent for only on? Phil Pearson. Secretary
brnti-d • l:i'-< of tmi.ith s four.,1 In tunny
I ire Insurance Company the
parli» of Ilio •■;i*t. Imi more (Mirti, iilnrly
Enatern Star
In I ih I i .- i
Some of them «vili make ir­ Hartford, which is
the best QcciDENTAI-
CHAPTER. No. 45. O.
vi»« to emu lime nil their llv.-s tn one
as
well
as
the
strongest.
E.
S.,
meet»
Saturday
evening betora and
posture mill ndlrere to It strictly
Oth
alt« itatcd coinmur.k'alion ol Masc-oic l odge
3 isiting member» cordially invited Io allend.
Louise M. Beyle, W. M
Merta Mehl. Secretary.
ers never lie down, but rvinaln In n
ntnndiiiK jmsltlon nil their lives up
held only by «ticks or rop«s« under the
nrinptfs
They irretenti to lirrve sub
dued every passion of mortality
1. o. o. r
D a NIXJN
LODGE. No. 133. I. O. O. F.
meet» every Wednesday evening. VAltlag
brother» in good »landing cordially in Wed.
A. Knopp, N. G.
I larry Armstrong, Sec.
Hard Luck.
“Well, hotv about It?"
“Her tntlier 11 n<1 mother both object
to me "
"Hard luck "
"Hurd tuck for fair
It's the first
thine’ thev have agreed on in years
lamisvtlle Courier-Journal
Kiil|*hta of I’yUi’.na
T) elphi l . odge . n «. m . Kn«hu oi
P)thia». Meet» every Monday evening
al Knight* hall. Vuiting knight»
invited to
attend.
.
D. H. Jack»on, C. C.
Cornering Her Oad.
B. N. Harrington K. of R. S.
Her Fnther I ludce 11 man. sir. by
the eouipHliy lie keeps The Suitor—
Then I'm nil right for I've b«s-n keep
Ing <*oni|»miy with vom dniigtitvi for
over two years
Boston Trims ript
Saturdays at Lorenz’ Store
M. G. POHL.Optometcnst
R. WADE
Attorney a/t La.w
DR. ARTHUR GALE
Physician and Surgeon
Brown & Gibson
Office over Orange Pharm icy
Office Phone 352
Res. Phone 353
BANDON, OREGON
A Great
Clubbing Offer
Company.
Other B nk
Phone 102, Bandoil, Or cyan
The Leading Contractors
ant! Builders
I
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I
Dr. H. I.». Houston
PHYSICIAN & SU HUE UN
Otilo« over Ilnur Store.
We furnish plans and speci­
fications and il you are go­
ing to build anything, nt»
m itter how large or how
small, we can save you
money, Let us figure on
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Bandon
Surely
Agent Pacific
of Bando« Bldg.
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DR SMITH J. MANN’
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OFFICE IN PANTER BUILDING
Office Hours 9 to 12—1 to 5
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DENTIST
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new» of the
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ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
AT LAW.
NOTAIlV PUBLIO
market news can he and is cor­
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gives r. ltal.le
world;
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Publi»he* the lalest and most complete tele­
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Office Over Vienna Cafe
Telephone at Office and Home.
It alto ha» a
farm
lor the
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Separator
look into the
«nd
interesting «tory page acJ a page
or more oi comic each week, and il goei to
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year.
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Bandon,
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¡Office With Bandon Juv«Mnient < 0
Dr. N. M. Brown.
Reaident Dentist
t >ffi. r in Panter Builduig
Office Hour»:
Phone,
9 Io 12 M.. I Io 5 P. M.
BANDON. OREGON
C. R. BARROW
Attorney and Connaelor-at Law
Give« all the local new* and happnmg^ ’nd
should lx in every hom* i.i this vicinity.
I lie
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two parxr« make a splendid combinatiiMi
you can save $ I by
tions to
The
«ending
Bandon
v«xir
»uhac op­
We < an
Recorder.
also give our wbsenbers a good clubbing
fer for the Daily and
Sun<iay,
or
of­
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J -urnil in connection with the S’ n -e k'y
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g, Dura- COQUI BEE. - ORE
I'or Clean Skimming
Office over Steel»’ Store
bility and Easy Running,
Offi. r I’hnne, Main 335;
residence. Maia 346
it has NO EQUAL. Runs 50
per cent easier than all
DR. R. V. BEEP
others. Solti bv
BANDON HDW. CO
S. S. ANVIL
From Portland to Bandon and Way Ports.
Sails from Portland Wednesday from Couch St. Dock.
PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT
FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS
BANDON WAREHOUSE CO . Agents
Physician and Surgeon
Dffice Rasmussen Bldg Phone 72
Bandon, Oregon
DR. B. K LEACH
Advanced S« ientih<- and Drugleaa Method* lor
the treatment <4 all Human Ailment*
Chronic
.ml Nervo»»» Dioaae» given »perlai attention.
Pa. liic Avenue, I wo Block» South ol Atwater
1 Street. Bandon. Oregon
Phone 991.
V.R.WTISON, Oph. Dr.
Defects of vision scientfica'ly cor­
rected. Fourteen years exj erience.
Absolute satisfaction guar, nteed
Prices reasonable.