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Semi-Weekly BanJon RactMtfcr, November 21, 19.13
B A N DO N RE C ORDE R
Published Every Tuesday and' Friday by" the Recorder
' Publishing Company.,, j :.'
'Entered at the PostoHice at. BanJon, Orerron, as Mail flatter of the 'Second Claw
"cE.KOPF, . A. W, STUART
Subscription' $. 50, per Tear in . Advance.. Advertising rates
. made known on application J " ..
OFFICIAL PAPER OF
Notice to Parent.
Th'e school census will be taken
of all children in the district (54) in
a lew days by the school clerk J
W.' Mast. However in So large a
district it is easy to overlook some
children. Will all parents kindly
co-operate and facilitate the work ol
taking the census by sending in the
' namee and ages ol all children oyer
4 years old and under ao whom tin;
clerk has not enumerated by Nov
io? Thimust be done the next
dy or two after that dale to gel in
to this vears census The board Is
anxious to have every .child of school
age enumerated as we cdnnot draw
any school money foi those not en
umerated, and every child enumer
ated draws $8;oo. We need this
money to help run the school as It
shonld be. Adolph Haberly, Chair
man of the Board.
Lanefskt Channel Work.
Washington. Nov. 17. Senator
Lane today introduced a resolution
calling on the Army engineers to
submit to Congress plans and esti
mates for opening the Columbia and
Snake Rivers to continuous navi
Ration from Cdilo to Riparia.
Senator Lane says the project is
entirely feasible and if the channels
are cleared out there is an abundance
of water to enable any vessels that
can passthrovgh Celilo Canal reach
' Ferett Land Open
Portland, Nov. 19 Announce
ment was made by the Portland office-
of the U. S. forest service that
2033 acres of land in the Siuslaw
' natihnal; forest has been listed with
the secretary of the interior th be
declaired open for settlemeut and
.entry. The Sitlslaw forest lies in
Tillamook, Lincon, Lane and Coos
Declare War on Cotd.
A crusade of education which aims
"that common colds may become
uncommon within the next grner
ation'Miaa been begun by prominent
New York physicians. Here is a
list ol the "don't" which the doc
tors say will prevent the annual
visitation of .the cold: ' .
"Don't ?it in a draughty car.''
"Don't slccpin hot rooms "
"Don't avoid the ffeah air."
"bon't'stuff yourscll at mealtime.
Overeating reduces your resistance."
To'-which wc would add when
you take a cold gel rid ol it as
ouicWy as possible. To accomplish
that yotr will find Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, most excellent.
Sold by All. Dealers,
Farmers' Week, DecembeP
8th to 13th.
This will lie a notable event in the edu
cational history of Orefion. ,
Farmers' Co-operation will be the leading
topic of a stimulating series of lectures.
The week will be crowded with diseussiofu
and demonstrations in everything that 111al.es
for the welfare of the farmer and home
Winter Short Course .
Jan. 5 to 30, 1913
The college has spared no erlort to
make this the most complete short courc
in its history. A very tyide raiiRe of
courses will be ottered in General Agnail
ture, Horticulture, Animal Husbandry,
Dairying, Poultry Keeping, Mechanics
Arts, Domestic Science and Art, Com
merce, Forestry, and Music, Numerous
lectures and discussions on Farmers' Co
operation, at home and alilroad, will be a
leading feature. Make this a pleasant and
profitable winter outing. No tuition, Ac
iiomodatioiis reasonable. (.Reduced rates 011
all railroads. For further infurmion ad
dress II. M. TF.NN AN'l't, Kcg'Atrar, Cor
vallii, Oregon. ' y
Farmers' lluiineti Courses by rorreipou.
deuce without tuition,
THE CITY OF BANDON
Located on and Street in the old
Woolen Mill Building. The object
of the Tradehs Exchange is not
to buy, but to act as a go-between
to parties that have anything .to
trade or exchange or yoit can set a
price on anything you have to sell,
leave it at the Traders Exchange
and it will be sold for you, we have
plenty of. floor space; we will also
list anything and everything for Sale
or Trade, Farms. Stock, Real
Estate, Household goods, Machin
ery, Merchandise, Vehicles of all
kinds, Harness arid Saddle?, Boats,
junk of all kind. Later on we will
have a Traders Exchange auction
day once a month, when wc would
like to have .Farmers .and others
bring in Livestock and produce of
all kinds. Likely by that time we
will have the merchants and business
men in with us and have ajgeneral
Bandnn bargain day. Business will
be on a to per cent basis, Real Es
tate on a 5 per cent. There is no.
graft to the business, you set your
own prices. The Traders Ex
change getr. a 10 per cent or 5 per
cent commission for storage and
bringing the Traders or Buyer and
Seller together, also storage ware
rooms. Come in and see us or drop
us a card. Wc want to do business
with the whole surrounding country.
Get in and be a booster, this is
going to help' everybody.
W. G. Cadby. Prop.
In the Circuit Court of the
State f Oregon for Coos
Geo. W. Moore Lumber Com-
Better, tad tha Cotwille Mill
& Tug Company, a corpcttion
To D: R. Bauem and the Coqirille Mill tt Too.
Company a CMpojalton. LWendaoli:
In the name of lite Slate of Oregon, you ami
each of you arc hereby required to appeal aad
answer lit complain! filed against you ia the
above entitled court and cauae, on or More the
last day of the time prescribed in the order, for
the publication of this summons, and if you fail
to to appeal and answer said complaint on or
before the last day df the time to prncirbed, tlx
olainlifl lake iuik'tnenl attain! von and wilt ap
ply to the couit for the relicl demanded ia its
complain!, a succinct , statement ol which it a
For ludcement Mtamat the deierMlantt tfescum
an. Detler foi the sum of 139.60, wWt intern!
al the legal rate liom and alter Septemer 24th,
1913, logetherwith $75 reasonable attorney's feet
and the cotlt and disbursements el this suit and
a decree lorcloting ihe plainlifj's lien, as against
all of the defendants in this suit upon the xop
erty oWribed at a shingle milt,a constructed and
being upon a portion ol Lot one, in section
thirty, township twenty. right, south of range
fourteen west ol the Willamette Meridian,
standing on th right Unit of the Coquille Rivet,
opposite the sawmill al the Ceo. VV. Moore
Lumber Company, near to IM I own 01 uaiy
don. Com County, Or nun, together wkh th
land upon which tame ia constructed, includirta
coaTeatcnt space around said nut
as may be required to. 1
lire consentient us and occupation iheteof, dc
Bribed 'substantially as commencing al a pomt'
on hundred feet north of live said building,
running thence east to the Coquill Hirer, thonce
southerly along tlie'Cot-uille Ritor one hundtcd
feet, thence to a point one hundred fset south
west of ihe said building, thence to the place of
beginning including all appurtenances, future
anil hercditameota for the SAlufaclion of lUs said..
iudamenl, and the lien ol pUintill with coats,
disbursements and attorneys fees. .
1 Ins inmmoiit is serred upon you pursurnt lo
an order ol the .above entitled Court, made ahd
entered .on I6i.li day ol October, 1913, and je-
quiring the publication hereol in Ihe Uandon
Recorder, a semi-weeklv newspaper, once a
for the period ol six weeks; the date ol
ril publicafion ol'lhis summons is Oclobet
G. T. TREADGOLD. Attorney for
Plaintiff, Pontoflice address, Dandon, Oregon.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is lierebylRi'vcn to the ereditors
of, and all persons having claims against
Henry Clemciit (ometmies known' as
Henry Chlcmens,' defeated, that the umler-bij-ncil
has '-ceil appointed administratrix of
ihe estate of said deceased by ordrt of (tie
County Court of the', State of Oregon for
Coos County, and has duly qualified as
such administratix, and all persons having
clainui aaimt said deceased or against his
cstatt are hereby reiptired to present
them with the proper vouchers within six
months from the d.ite'of this notice to the
undersigned at thj ollice of (5. T. Ttean
gold, attorney for said admiuiitriitrix in
llandon.'Coos County, OreRon. a
l4trtf and published for the first time
his t24th thy of Octolcr, 1913.
Adininiitiatrix of the estate of Henry
Clemens, tomcti-fiei kiiowu aslleiiry
m Oct 24.Nov. 2UV
BANDON UODGE, No. 130 A. F. & "A
M. SiaImI L-ommumuilirn But Saturday
dler the dill moon ol each if.onih. Special
communications second baluida? llicrcullct. t
All Matter Masons cordiilly inilcd. .
V. E. Crihe, W. Nf
Phil Pearson, Secretary , ft u.
OCCIDENTAL CHAlTEly No. 45. O.
E. S., meets S.i'urday evening before and
niter stated communication ol Masonic Lodge
Visiting members cordially invited to attend.
Alice C. Galhe'r. V. M
Rosa Bingaman, Secretary.
I. O. O. F
RANDON LODGE. No. 133. 1, O. O. F.
" meets every Wednesday evening. Visiting
brothers in good standing cordially invited.
H. A. MallieW,',N.li.
D. C. Kay. Sec.
Kiilclila or I'ytliln
DELPHI LODGE. No. M, Knights ol
Pythiai. Merts every Monday evening
at Knights hall. Visiting knihls invited to
attend. G. R. McNair. C. C.
13. N. Harrington K. of R. S.
Loyal Order of Monte
Meets Thursday cvenitiRs in I. O. O. F.
Hall. .Yransiettt Moose cofdially invited.
Something doing every Thursday.
OCEAN REBEKAH LODGE. No 126
. I. O. O.F.. meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday at.
O.- O. F. Hall. Transient members cordially
Wited. Eflie Mcy, N. G.
Josephine Stoltz, Secretary.
W. O. W.
SOMETHING DOING Every- Minute
Every Tuetday Night. Vj
"SLASIUt. UAt"!- NU.,'ZU,
WOODMEN OF THE' WORLD,
Meelt at K. of P. Hall. Visiting Neighbors
C. M. Gaae. C. C.
H. E. Boal, qiwk.
THOMAS F. HAGGIlR TY
.Over McNair's Hardware Store
C. K. WAOE
DR: H. L. -HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
O&ca sxret Drug StMt. ilows, 9 to 12 a. .;
1:30 to 4 p. m; 7 to r ia tXe evnii;.
1U. SMITH . MANN
Physician & Surgeon
O&e a 'aster Duilding, i iowt, 9 la 1i . m;
I to 5 p. nl.
DR. L. P. SOUKNSON '
Dentist . .
O&ca Vianoa Cafe. Tf lrpiw aj o&ce
and residntce, - .
G. T, TREADGOLD
at Ijuu . '
0&nc uvli Baxlran Investutent Cnuiaay ,
' ' NoUsajt Pulilie
Dr.. u. y. IjE-ep
Physician & Surgeon
OCce in Ratmussen Bus'diitv. '
Phone 72. .
Dl. ARTHUR GALE
Physician & Surgeon
Office aver.Orani-e Pharmac-p. Office )hone,
352. Residence phone, 353.
1 . HANDON, OKKGON
DR.'S. C. ElNfDICOTT' .
Pffice Phon? 7I Res. Phone 312
DR. H. H. MOORE
Ofhce I loursi 9i30 lo 12 and 2 to 5?
.Office in nnimont Ubclr? HVNOON. RE
M. G. POHL
Thu bcsl is not too good for
your eyes. Try me!
To Save Life First
aijd property afterwards is
the fireman's duty. Your
duty is to see -that in case or
fire your loved ones are not
made homeless and pennilet-s.
Order a fire insurance policy
from us today. 'Every day's
delay means the risk of see
ing your family without a
home or the means of getting
Donald M ac K n tosh
Brown & Gibson
The Leading Contractors
We fttrttish jslatts and speci
fications ami il you are r
i'np to build anytliinp. no
matter ho- larpe or ttov"
small,' we can save yow
money. Let t.s fijjttre on
, Contractor 'and
Bandon - " Oregon
Shoes sinned at. Hotel Qallin hy
Archje Jorgensc n. ' lo-'J
B an d ci ia
E v cr y
The volume of business
we are doing attests
. . the excellence of G. W.
M. brands and methods
GE(h W. M00RE-. LUMBER' CO.
a S. ELIZABETH
Largei Two fiertli Outside Slnte Rooms witli Riinmnit Wntrr
Eight Day Service Between the Coquille River and
Snn Francisco : .
First Class Passongcr Fare, $7.50
Freight Rates! $3 on Up - Freight
Rawarvntionai Fulirmnn'a Phnrmncy, Coquillt-; IVrhi'ns', M)rtl Point
E. cV E. T. (Cruse, owners nnd .nanaers, 24 California Si., San Francuco, .'
j. E. Wnlstrom. Agent, Bandon.
Strauhal & Dippe
Real Estate and Investments
Choice farms, stoclc ranches, city property .and
We are agents for some of the best fire insur
ance companies in America.
Wc'also furnish abstracts of title on short notice.
We can save you time and money. Give us
your business and keep your money at home.'
Before purchasing elsewhere see us. Office, iit Old
Bank Building. Phone ,13. ' -
Strauhal and Dtppel
PLUMBING BUILT TO LAST
BANDON HARDWARE COMPANY
FRED L. LEEPER
If you are aiming to build let
me figure with you. Plans
ji n d estimates furnished.
' P. O. BOX 903. BANDON
Do You. Want a
If So Gall At The
. D r u g Com p a n y
Wc hav-Cj or two hundred designs with prices to suit all
From $1.00 to $12.00 each
Conklin or Williamson Pen Guaranteed
is the only kind worth its
price. Pipes that constant
leak, lues that refuse to -draw
are a continual expense and
trouble. " The next time you
need plumbing work wh
not try' the .experiment of
finding out why our work is.
so highly spoken of. All
' - work done by us is absolute
Do you want pure drugs and
drug sundries, finti perfumer
hair brushes and toilet arti
cles? If socall on
C. Y. LOWE .