Semi-weekly Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1910-1915, May 16, 1913, Page 4, Image 4

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Hh«>w the people of ( beg on that we
Can grow flowers here. Same way
I ilw-ut any other thing on h»e plate
*to«k. gram, etc. It you kn«>w 4
aay improve tn* nt anywhere that is
i either contemplatrd or going on,
let me know al«ot«i it.
When any I km I v comes to town
and says anything lav« rably about
our country let me know anti I shall
let others know. This is one great
way of helping a town to grow
I
have been doing this work right
along, but have had lots of trouble
drawing information from people.
Make it easy.
Call me up over library phone, or
No 202.—S R. Steele.
Jewelry of Quality
and Good
Taste
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BROTHERS
Notice of Administration
Nafcce M I».«*., pm, that by
Co»««,
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Peace Conference 1915,
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lot lb* CoouTv ,4 Coo. thr last will
nv-nl <4 Martha J. NV»drr ha
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admitted
and
and trMa
brm duly ptotrm
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to
Florence Urquhart wa. named in «aid will and
by
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court duly appointed
«aid will and estate to
9th
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and
were duly ucued to her on
letter, tedartenlaiy
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act without
ot May. 1913, and die u now
day
qualified and acting; therefore all perron« havirg
claim, agairul the Mid eMate are hereby
notified
to present the Mme with proper vouchers to the
«aid executrix at the oftce of Geo. P. Toppmf,
Bandon. Oreg m, within itx
13th
day
(6
month«
from
June, 1913. tl.e date of the
of
final publication of thi« notice.
FLORENCE URQHART,
Notiae to Contractor*.
Plans and specifications for Ban-
I don School Building are now ready
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I and mat be obtained by applying
at J. W Mast’s store.
Tiny Tot* at the Grand
The official notice will be publish­
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to see ed in Tuesday s Recorder.
tonight ?__ î Don
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them.
For Sale.
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MANUFACTURING JEWELERS
Bandon, Oregon
LOCAL NOTES
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InfHght
them
E. J. Loney cashier of the Bank
/X few tine lots in Bennett’s Plat
of Port Orford is in Bandon transac­
B, al ¿35.00 to ¿50.00 each on
ting business.
terms
80 A. of cedar timber two miles
Mrs. E. M. Gallier who has been
out,
a good piling and tie proposi
laid up wit rheumatism for a couple
of weeks still remains quite low but tion, for ¿750.00 with six months to
hopes for immediate improvement remove timber.
Also I huve 4 ten-acre tracts close
are entertained.
in, at ¿50 per acre on easy terms.
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Donald Mac Kintosh who has
See E. N. Smith, with Deyoe &
tf
been very ill with typhoid pneumo­ Pressey.
nia fot about three weeks is very
“Murder Will Out.”
much improved and his friends hope
So will progress. The theory
to see him about again in a short
that evil news flies on swiftest wing,
time.
and that the good limps as one
Dr. D. E. Biggs anil wTe of Bel­
decrepit with age and infirm with
lingham, Wash, are visiting the
disease, soould not be true of pros­
lady's mother Mrs. E. E. Dyer, and
perous B.indonians. If the diets
other relativ* in Bandon, The
of good will confess their work and
doctor expects to take a trip east,
haul up their flags so that these
but Mrs. Biggs will remain in Ban-
flags tnay flutter before the eyes ol
don for a month or so.
the world, then we shall all rejoice
Governor West threatens The that that particular part of the hu­
Portland Telegram with libel because man race that lives in and around
it has asserted that he has diverted | Bandon are marching steadily on
certain slate funds from their proper ; ward to the ultimate goal of human
use
He has also instructed Attor­ achievement.
Now, mv business as correspond­
ney General Crawford to investigate
the matter and bring suit if he finds ent for die Portland Oregonian is to
that the money has been unlawfully flash out to the readers of the con­
tinent every detail of progress be-
expended.
Preparations are now being made
in Europe for the next internation-
al Peace conference at toe Hag >e
which takes place two years hence
—that i.» to say in the summer ol
1915
Preliminary meetings have
already been held in Paris, Rome
and St. Petersburg, as well as in
London, for the purpose of formu­
lating proposals for consideration at 1
the conference through the respect­
ive governments taking part therein
Those in London have been pre­
sided over by Lord Loreburn, who
was lord high chancellor until a year
ago, and attended by Lord Avebury
the banker, formerly known as Sir
John Lubbock; Ernest Satcw, for
so manv years British envoy at
Peking and Tokio, and Sir John
Macdonald, master ol the supreme
court for Great Britain for the last
quarter of a century, and cue of the
the leading authorities in England
on international and mercantile law.
Lord l.orel urn’s conference appoin­
ted two sub-committees —one to
deal with all matters relating to
n ival warfare, including the abol tion
of the r ght of private capture at
sea. blockade ard contraband, while
the other committee will considtr
all iptestii ns outside those affectii g
111 vai warfare
Exeeutnx
of
the estate and last will and testa­
ment of Martha J. Noder, deceased.
GEO. P. TOPPING, Attorney for Estate.
May I6-Juue 13 F.
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Where You Get the Hardware
Mechanical
If you are looking for anything in light and heavy
hardware, this is the place to get it.
Engineer
We also du plumbing and guarantee satisfaction
Our chief aim is to please.
Contractor and
Builder
Bandon
Oregon
McNair Hardware Company
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May build from Drain.
The Drain Nonpareil publishes
the following interesting railway news
under the captian “Drain Will Win”
“There is a rumor in the air that
the S. P. Co. will build the Drain
line to Coos Bay after all, and the
fact that the S. P. Co. has not or­
dered any construction between the
Umqua and the Siuslaw is said to
indicate that the stoty is well found­
ed. The Gardiner-Coos Bay line
is said to be built on the old-Drain­
Coos Bay survey.
“Vice president Calvin and party :
consisting of Traffic manager Me
Cormick and General Purchasing !
Agent Rhodes le t Gardiner on ,
May 3rd and passed through Drain
on the next day where their private
car had been lying for several days,
waiting for tnem in order to reach
Portland in time for a conletence
on Monday morning.
“Parties in close touch with it say
that Mr. Calvin's departure via the
L’mqua r< ute to Drain, convinces
them that he is still figuring on the
Drain Coos Bay line, « ven though
the Siuslaw is built.
"His trip around the circle will
enable aim to directly compare the
two routes, and they declare that
an announcement that the Dtain
road will be built, would not be
surprising.
In return for a
little trouble col
lecting votes.
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You can win the Grand Piano or the
choice lot in Morras Addition if you col
the largest number of votes in the voting
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Remember there
i
contest now running.
are up-wards of 20 prizes.
See me for estimates and
plans.
BANDON, OREGON
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Why should
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n’t you be one of the lucky and pleased
prizewinners
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Start Collecting Votes
at Once
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M. I. Randall
Building
Contractor
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The game is worth
the Candle. Get Busy!
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