Semi-weekly Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1910-1915, March 18, 1913, Page 2, Image 2

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    Semi-Weekly Bandon Recorder, March 18, 1913
Page 2
Notice ot Apportionment of
Cost for the Improvement
of Riverton Avenue in
Published Every Tuesday and Friday by the Recorder Azalea Park, Between
Publishing ( ompany.
Spruce
and
Aberdeen
Streets
in
Bandon.
Oregon.
Entered at the I’o-tutfi. e at Bandon, Oregon, as Mail Matter of the Second Class
LODGE DIRECTORY
BANDON RECORDER
C. E. KOPF, Managing Editor.
Subscription $1.50 per Year in Advance. Advertising rates
made know n on application.
OFFICIAL
PAPER
THE
OF
Recorder Philosophy
A
viltlie
today becomes a vice
tomorrow.
And there are some stale things
besides beer.
No one evet makes much of a
saciitice intentionally.
When engaged in reflection can
you produce your own likeness?
We dislike the austere character
who mil not tolerate weaknesses.
Cleanliness and proper food is
more conducive to good health than
faith.
Your interest in life is measured
bv your ambition to accomplish
purposes.
We deny that the way to stop
war :s to atm fol it and instill it into
the minds of the people.
If your friend admires anil ap­
proves everything you sav anil do,
you lose respect for your friend.
CITY
OF
BANDON
the Exposition wiL not even get
that now, at least until Congress
can take it up at the extra session
There was nothing in the bill for
I San Diego’s great exposition, to he
held in 1915, from January 1 to
' December 31. The city and the
State are putting up for the San
Diego Exposition, which will also
have some ot the most interesting
government exhibits that ever went
out of Washington. It is not gen
erally known that the great Nation­
al Museum is a veritable storehouse
of wonders, witli so much that has
not been placed in the cases for ex­
hibition that another museum like
that one the public sees could be
outfitted and then leave a great deal
of material still unpacked. Presi­
dent D. C. Collier of the Exp »si—
tion is assured that from this vast
stoiehouse there will be sent to San
Diego some splendid exhibits, and
the cost will be comparatively small.
Do not spend your time wrestling
with ‘‘original sin,” you
have
when eggs are scarce and high is
enough of your own to keep you
the acme of poultry raising.
iaitly busy.
But it requires great cate and at-
Everywhere you will meet the tention and a considerable amount
vain, ignorant, intolerant egotist of tramping to the chicken yard
who want to ‘‘squelch” somebody when it would be decidedly more
or some movement.
comfortable to rest bv the tire in an
It is insufferably impudent to hog easy chair. The man with a bad
the right to hold your own views liver or corns on his feet is tempted
But it is not
but deny the right to others with to neglect his fowls,
necessary
to
have
a
bad liver 01
whom you disagree.
corns, Just send io cents to the
Consistency: That which stands
Woadstock Company, Washington,
in the way of progress anti forbids
D. C., for a package of lheii Liver
the acceptance of a new truth be­
Lableis. or Corn Plaster, or 20cents
cause it conflicts with an old he.
for both, if you need them, and
When a child dies some one will then see how your hens will lay.
say, ‘‘God has taken it anil it is
probably all lor the best.'
But
Fourmile Items.
doctors tell us that it is usually on
accout of the ignorance of parents.
Lewah Tribe No. 48, l.np. O. R. M.
ILTEEFS I ir .t e .d Thir i lu days of each
* “*■ month al 8th run at the Bandon \\ ig-
wam. Sof-?urning Chiefs in good standing are
Notice is hereby given: That the cost of the cordially invited to attenr'..
J. C. Sheilds,
improvement ol Riverton Avenue in .A/alea A. J. Hartmai
C. of R.
Sachem.
Park between Spruce Street and Aberdeen
Street, in the City of Bandon, Oregon, has been
Rebekah
apportioned and is now on file in the office of
CEAN REBFKAH I ODGE, No. 126
the City Recorder of said city, and subject to
I. O. O.F., meets 2nd and 4lh I uesday al
examination, the whole cost of said improve­
1 O. O. F. Hall. I ranscienl member ordully
ment is $881.87 and is apportioned and assessed
invited.
Alpha Wheeled. N. G.
to Local Improvement District No. I, of River­
Josephine Stoll', Secretary.
ton Avenue which district embraces all ol the
property (land) on either side of said street and
\ our
O
BANDON
OF
W. O. W.
abutting on the same between the west line ol COMETIUNG DOING Every Minute
Spruce Street and the east line ol Aberdeen *-e Every Tuesday Night.
Street from the marginal line of said Rive«ton
SEASIDE CAMP NO. 212.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD,
Avenue back to the center of the blocks
abutting thereon.
Meets at K. of P. Hall. Visiting Neighbors
Welcome.
I his notice is published in accordance with
C. M. Gage, C. C.
Section 105 of the Charter of the C ity of Ban-
dun, Oregon, in the Bandon Recorder the official
pap r of said city, the fust publication on
M amou io.
Mai ch 14, 1913, and the last on March 21,
13 ANDON LODGE. N o . 130 A. F. & A
1913, and any objections to said apportionment,
M, Stated communications first Saturday
if any exists wherein the same is unju t or in­ after the full moon of each month.
Special
thereafter.
equitable, must be filed in writing with the City communications second Saturday
Recorder uf the said city, within Ten (10) days All Master Masons cordially invited.
W. E. Craine. W. M
from the date of the last publication of this
Phil Pearson, Secretary
notice that the same may be heard anJ adjusted
by the Common Council before the passage of
Eastern Star
any ordinance assessing the cost of said iin
of
QCciDENlAl. CHAPTER. No. 45, O.
provement.
Dated at Bandon, Oregon, March 14,
1913.
E B. KAUSRUD,
f 14-21
Recorder City of Bandon.
Notice for Bids for Street
Improvement.
Notice
To Make Hens Lay in the
Winter.
EASY
RY
SEMI-WEEKLY
is
hereby given that the Common
Council of the City of Bandon, Oregon, will
receive sealed bids until 7:30 o’clock p. m. of
13ANDON LODGE. No. 133, ! O O. I
meets every Wednesday evening. Visiting
brothers in good standing cordially invited.
Chi is B< etcher, N. G.
I larry Armstrong, Sec.
BANDON DRUG CO
GOOD AXLE GREASE
AND FIRST CLASS
E
IL ST E INO P E
Professional Cards.
C. R. WAIJE
Attorney-at-Law
Agent Pacific Surety Company. Office Baril
of Bandon Bldg. Phone 102
bnnkment.
BANDON, OREGON
Blanks for bidders will be furnished by the
City Recorder upon application and all bids
must be made out on blanks.
All bids must be accompanied by
at the
TIIE HARNESS MAN
Said improvement will consist of furnishing
all tools, machinery and labor necessary lor the
efficient and proper grading of roadway to a
width of ten (10) feet, and rip-rapping the
Price per cubic yard of earth excavatian.
Price per square yard of rip-rapping em-
A Large and Well Selected Assort­
ment of Easter Cards and Novelties
NEATS FOOT OIL
KnlghlK of Pythian
City Recorder of Bandon, Oregon, and open to
the inspection ol all persons interested therein.
1.
2.
ON EASTER
FULL SUPPLY OF
I. <>. O. F
1 T} elphi lodge , no . m . Knight. oi
Pythias. Meets every Monday evening
dition from the West line of Spruce Street to the at Knights hall. Visiting knights
invited to
East line of Bluff Street according to plans and I attend.
G. R. McNair, C. C.
specifications for said improvement as prepared
B, N. Harrington K. of R. S.
by the City Engineer and now on file with the
specifications as referred to for the street com­
plete as follows:
Do Not Forget Your Friends
E. S., meets Sa’urduy evening before aud
after stated communication oi Masonic Lodge
Visiting members cordially invited to attend.
Alice C. Gallier, W. M
Rosa Bingaman, Secretary.
the 19th day ol March, 1913, for Hie improve­
ment of Second Street in the Breakwater Ad­
embankment where ordered by the Engineer.
Bids will be received in accordance with the
I
certified
check equal to 5 per cent of the total bid.
Common < ouncil reserves the right to reject
any and all bids, or to let the contract to the
lowest responsible bidder.
Bandon
Power Co.
Lamps, Batteries, Fixtures, Bells
and General Electrical Supplies
a.
Office, Oakes Building.
All bids must be file«I with the City Recorder
A young man of Fourmile hung ol the City of Bandon, Oregon.
Dated at Bandon, Oregon, March II, I9|3.
| two wish holies over the door, say-
News of the National Capital
E. B. KAUSRUD,
ing as he tiid so, that he would kiss
11-14-18
Recorder City ol Bandon.
the first gitl that passed under it
Washington, March 17. There anti the news spread and now he
Notice for Publication.
may have been more successful in­ has his hands full.
Hours, 8 to 5.
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augurations than the inauguration
of Wilson and Marshall, but it is
doubtfii). The day was gray and
overcast, but not raw. The absence
of lit igltt sunlight was graft fill to
marchers and reveiwers alike. < >1
comse there w is a great sameness
to the mau hing of the troops and
then more troops , and the blaring
of the bands almost every one of
which insisted on playing a medly ol
southern airs in which Dixie, Mary­
land and Suwanee River were mixed
up.
But the crowds patiently look­
ed mi hour after hour, or until they
finally grew too weary and liungiy
to stand II any lotlgei and so mi lted
away, Still i* was a gn at occasion,
and the tramping soldiers and drum
majois, and the smiling Piesident,
and the crowds aud the manly little
boy scouts will live fotevet in the
memory of those who saw (lut
gieat show that we stage in Wash
iuglon every tom years.
Hll.LS 1 HA 1 FAILED.
John Tucker and wife are living
on the ranch now.
rn;
Dr pa rtment of the Interior
U. S. Land Office al Roseburg, Oregon.
John Tucker, Ernest Wyant,
March 10. 1913
Beu Keese, Mt. Cox and the Wil­
Notice is hereby given that Margaret 1 .amont,
son boys liixed a bad washout in of Bandon, Oregon, who on January 29, 1908,
Dentist
the road on Southfork, the other made Homestead Entry Serial, No. 04413, for,
Offne over Vienna Cafe.
t elephone at office
NI-2 NEI 4. NEI-4 NW I 4, Se. 10, and
day.
and residence.
NW 1 -4 NW 1.4 Sec. 29. Townthip 29. S, R 14
Mis. Shinn released A. B. Rei se
Willamette Meridian, has hied notice ol inten­
from his lease oil the Shinn ranch tion Io make five year proof, to establish claim
and he will now move to Ban- Io the land above described, before C. R
Wade, United States Commissioner, at Bandon
don. Chicken.
Oregon, on the 2nd day of May, 1913,
Glorious News.
comes from Dr. J
T. Cuitiss,
Dwight, Kan.
He writes: "1 not
only have cured bad cases of ecze-
ma in my patients with Electric
Bitters, but also cured myself by
them of the same disease. I feel
sure they will benefit any case of
eczema." This shows what thou-
aiuls have proved» that Electric
Bitters is a most effective blood
purifier.
Its an excellent remedy
for eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers
There was mevi t.alil» si ini mourn- boil- ane running sores. It stimu­
ing over tile bills that failed to be lates liver, kidneys and bowels, ex-
come laws.
There was the (hipping pells poisons, helps digestion, builds
Price j6cts. Sat­
bill, which the President did not up the strength.
think had consideration enough, isfaction guaranteed by all druggists.
and the bill to piotect Niagara Falls
which Senator Burton, of Ohio, was
A few cotton seed planted inside
so anxious to see go through, and
the house now and transplanted alter
which he will al once lake up again
frost will proves great novelty to
at the next session, and the Sundry
yourself and friends.
Enjoy seeing
Civil bill winch would have carried
this beautiful plant growing in your
jov to many had it gone through,
own yard or garden
Send toe for
and a good many others which there I
trial package of seed to Lynch-
is not space to name.
The Smutty
Pharis Co., Montgomery, Ala. totz
Civil cat 1 ted an appropriation lor
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the San Francisco
Exposition, |
whittled down its true from f-’.o >0-
F or S ale Piano in good con­
000 to ^soo.ooo and stripped oi dition. Wtll »cil cheap, Impure
the good jobs fur lame ducks, but j at tins office.
iStf
Claimant names as witnesses: E. Dyer, E
E. Stillwell, Chades Ruheit, George W. Cox
all of Bandon. Oregon
B. F. JONES.
G. T. TREADGOLD
Attorney and Counselor
at Laie
Office wall Bandon Investment Company
Notary Public
BANDON, OREGON
Register.
Repels Attack of Death.
CENTRAL FEED CO., Phone 142.
Equipped with Wireless
Sails from Portland Tuesdays
Sails from Coos Bay Saturdays
Confirm Sailings Through M F SHOEMAKER, Agent Bandon
Phone 142
W here You Get the Hardware
Otite Phone 71. Res. Ph. nr 312
BANDON, OREGON
L adifs —Before purchasing \ nur
Spring Hat cotne tn anil see our
DISPLAYS which are n >w in progress Srientiftc Druglew Meth. <1 for Hc-vlmc the Suk.
i<Kludin£ Osteopathy. <- hiropta* ik -. Ylevhano-
and familiarize yourselves with the I hetapy. INeurofuithy. Hydropathy and \ «o-
latest 111
Mill IXiERY
F ashions . pathy Chtnon and Nervou* Disease- civt «
DR. B. K. LEACH
¡SI4
Lilly and Portland Seed Co’s
FERTILIZERS
Dentist
----
P arlors ,
AND THE
ALW AYS ON LIME
of another victim." Its folly to
stiller with coughs, colds or other
throat and lung troubles now Take
the cure thats safest
Price 50 cents
anil St .00 Trial bottle free at all
druggists.
Mill inery
First Stieel, Bandon.
GRAINS
S.S. I JR ELYK WATER
"Five years ago two doctors told
Physician & Surgeon
me I had only two years to live.”
Office in Rasmussen Building.
this »tattling statement Was made
Phone 72.
by Stillman Green. Malachite, Col.,
BANDON, OKI (.ON
‘‘They told me I would die with
consumption. It was up to me then
to tty the best lung medicine and
I began to use Dr. King's New
Physician & Surgeon
Discovery.
It was well I did. for
Office over Orange Pharmacy. Office ¡ hone,
today I am working and believe 1
352. Residence phone. 353.
owe my life to this great throat and
BANDON, ORI GON
lung cure that lias cheated the grave
M orrison
ALL KINDS OF
•pevial
attention Atwater Street near Steam
Laundry
Phone 901.
BANDON,
OREGON
li you are looking for anything in light and heavy
hardware, this is the place to get it.
We also do plumbing and guarantee satisfaction
Our chief aim is to please.
McNair Hardware Company