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BAND ON RECORDER
Published Every Tuesday and Friday by the Recorder
Entered at' the Fostoffice at Button, Oregon, a Mail, Matter of the Second Class
C. E. KOPF
A. W. STUART
Subscription $1.50 per Year in Advance. Advertising rates
made, known on application-
vOFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CllY OF BANDON
Tbo attorneys rnr tin ptnlnllff (
nit before Kodernl JiiUra Smith Mc
Pberson of town writ nttt'tiiptiiiR to
lutroduco Into 1li ri'rord of the Ciihi
tile diary of the dereitxed iuollir iff
tbe defendant, which contained icier-f-ncen
to a, loso iiflVtlr bohropn Iht
slaughter, a widow, and the defi'iidittil.
bIho dead, npltifit whoxe osliite Ihi'
milt was bro'uRht The court flniilly
ruled tbnt the dlttry mlRlit h iidmlt
ted. bat before so ruling he told Mm
jury tbla story: .
"Down In my roiintry." snld .ludpe
McPberHon. "Illll IverldKe was try
lag to beep from fNiylniThl landlord
tbe rent due on the fiirin he hud been
working1. It wits necenmiry for Hill's
attorneys to inw that the" winter hud
been an esjierlnlly hard orus. To prove
tbe extent of the dinU-lTltlcs under
which Dill had labored Mil's dlnry
was Introduced, and ntnnnR other en
tries laid before the Jury .wns thin;
"Nov. 27. (Jronnd froze on thin
date and stityed frown nil wlnterr"
iiaturday Bvenlntr I'oM.
A Gullslssa Chines Artist.
Ib tbe fourth century A. l there
lived In China an itrtlnt who wiih iiIho
a poet Ills name wiih Ku.K'nl Clilli
In London there is a palntliiK, "
scroll, which for ut least u tliuiiwiud
years has been treasured as bis work,
and. though that cannot bo, proved It
Is In all probability 11 pulntlUK by bin
band. Ouo day, wo ure tele!, be In
trusted to u friend a chcHtful'of paint
ing wblcb he bnd collected. For not-
ter security be fastened tbo lid of the
chest and sealed the fusteultiK with u
seal. The friend, however, coveted
tbe paintings and hltju the simple
expedient of iremovlugher bottom of
tbe box and so abstracting them.
Wbe tbe box was restored to Ku
K'sl Chlb lie broke the seal and found
it ettpty. Out, be suspected no theft
tad expressed ao surprise, lleautlful
natatlngs. be, said, communicate wltb
snpenwturalBelHK They bad changed
tbelr form aud down away like men
whea.they join the ItniuortalaLouls
Mayaa la Atlantic.
Front Dstsetlvs's Rsvsnt.
M. Calebs s, the faraouTTfreucb, de
tective, was noted for bis skill us a
"shadower." IlAving quarreled for ad
minlatfstiveyresson wltb M. Leplno
durlnamhe latter1 reign at tbe pre
fecture; be threatened to bate bis ven
geance "HV no use trying to kill mo," said
tbo prefect genially, "I aw too well
looked after for thnt"
"I've a much better and less obvious
plan than that." retorted the dctocUve.
"Just wult and see." -
A week later M. Calchas appeared In
the prefect's study and presented an
etBtBeaa document It waa tbe record
of U. Leplae'a doings day by day,
hour by bour, almost minute by mla
ttta, since their last Interview, and It
waa wltb rather a wan arallo that tbe
prefect perused It SaUsBed with his
characteristic veugeance, tbo detecUve
assured M. Leplue that tbe "dossier"
for that week would not be given to
the world. l'arla Cor. London Telo-graak
In tbe Roman occupation, from th
middle of tbe first century to 411, Eng
land had a commercial Iron Industry,
which Iihm been continuous to the pres
ent time. The Swedish Industry baa
been rttntlnimus from tbe thirteenth
eetitury or earlier. In the American
luluulen the llrNt successful attempt at
trim making wits at Lynn. Mass.. Id
A Sire) With Hands.
In tbe forests or British Guiana.
Huyn the London Olobe. Uvea the bo
nctsln, a singular bird, whose young
possess a free claw at the end of each
wing, which tbey use almost aa tbe
monkey swes bis bands In tree climb
ing. The nest or tbe boactxln Is In a
tree ovorbauglnR the water and the
youne. onllke most birds, reictjrs-
from the first Tbe outermost quilt'
feathers of tbe wing wblcb might
hamper the free use of the claws, do
not grow, much until the jMtrof tbe
wing Is strong enough to paw climb
ing less necessary. Then tbey grow
out, unci tbe claws are absorbed. Tbe
ndult bird does not need them. Should
a youuK uoaculu fall Into tbe water It
uiukeH tor tbe shore and aeuces a
branch, up wblcb It quickly climbs.
The Oldsst Epigram.
An epigram must pass through many
hands and get much polishing before it
Is a perfect jewel. You may remem
ber, says the London Chronicle, bow
Oscar Wilde sent ion tbo stage) tbe
man of tbe world through tbe drawing
mom door with the epigram, "There la
one thing I never could resist; that Is
temptation." Uut you may trace it
from tbe garden of Eden, where tbe
tnaectitlue plea for mercy waa that tbe
"woman tempted' me.?
An average of, 18U earthquakes a
year baa been recorded at the seism O;
logical observatory-of Uocco dl Papa,
near Rome, during tbe last twelve
years. Of tbts number forty-four have
originated within a distance of sixty
five miles, while eighty-five bad their
source more than 3.000 mite away.
"Bbliie 'em up. air?" cried the yoaug
bootblack. "I'll polnh 'em so'a you kin
see' yer face In 'em. sir."
"Thanks, my good lad. but I'm eat
tlrely untlcded to see my feet In tbera."
replied Kokk. and on be went Boston
"In nibble u man wbo can be de
pended on to give n good account of
hluixflf In an emergeucy?"
"Yes after the emergency baa pas
It Is estimated that In tbe United
Slates 132 eiKons out of 100,000 are
In prHon p any given day. In Italy
.'!?. aud lu the United Kingdom 4a
He true r your word and your wor
and your friend.-Jobn Boyle O'ltelllv
With every dollars cash purchase,
or every dollar paid on account, a
ticket on our new $80.00 White
Rotary Sewing Machine which we
Will Give Away
January 10th to the person holding
the lucky number.
- - - ..i
i r:...: Cnurt or itne
State of Oregon, in ana
xk-A 'apBBBPasa I
Teacher Who'll tell me what Is
nt by tbe floating poulatlont
Pspll Peoplo wbo live In houseboats.
The Higher Education.
Maude (borne from college) Wlllyou
pass me my diminutive nrgeuteous
truncated cone, convex on its summit
and semlperfornted wltb symmetrical
She was asking for her thimble.
Wlfey Our phone la a party Use, ,
Hubby Yea; I notice that every time
1 want to use It there's some one bold
lag a reception on 'the wire. Pitts
"Do you pay much attention to pub
"No; I always look the other way
when I see a young couple holding
bands In tbe park." Exchange.
Spared the Troubls.
Itegiy Sov Grace told you that you
Itcggy Well, you needn't bother. I'm
gotug to propose to ber myself toulgbt
Suit in Eq"'y
tt Quirt Title,
for the County of Coos.
Arthur E. Mercen,
The unknown heir- of
Geo. W. Neal, also
known as George
Wtttland Neal, de
ceaed, William Ibiley,
also known a w,n
lkiiley, J. C. Rowan,
alio knonu ai Jor.aj C.
Rowan, and all other
persons or patties un
known claiming any
right, title, estate, lien,
or interest in the real
estate described in the
To the unknown heirs of George W.
Neal, also known as George Westland Neal,
deceased, William Bailey, also known as
Wm. Bailey, J. C. Rowan, also knownas
Jonas C. Rowan, 'nd all persons or parties
unknown claiming any right, title, estate,
lien, or interest in the real estate herein
In the name of the State of Oregon! 'you
and each of you arc hereby notified tnat the
plaintiff, Arthur E. Mercen, has commenced
a suit in the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Coos, against
you, and that in pursuance df an order made
and entered in said cause anil Court by
Honorable John S. Coke, Presiding Judge
of naid Court, on the 4th day of December,
1913, you and each of you arc hereby re
quired to appear in said cause and court anil
answer the complaint nf the plaintiff tiled
therein, on or before six weeks from the
first publication of this summons, which
first publication will be npon the 12th day
of December, 1913, and that for want of
answer thereto, on or before said time, the
plaintiff wilapply to the court for the re
lief demanded in 'the Complaint, a succinct
statement of which is as follows! tnat it be
declared and adjudged tliat the plaintiff is
the owner in fee simple of the following de
scribed real estate, situated in Coos County,
State of Oregon, to-wit
Lot Nine in Block Three in South Ban
don Addition to the Town ol llandon,
Coos County, Oregon, according to the plat
thereof on file and of record in the office of
the County Clerk of said County and State,
and.that you, and each of you, have no es
tate, right, title, lien or interest whatever
in or o said premises, or any part thereof,
and also that you and each and every one
of you, be forever debarred from asserting
any claim whatever in or to said land, or
premises adverse to the plaintiff, and for
such other and further relief as to the Court
may seem equitabie.
L. A. Roberts,
Claude 11. Giles,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, residing at Myrtle
Date of first publication December
Dec. 12-Jan. 25 F
MONEY IN HAND
k means ability to take Ji
r tage of offered ourm,.
i natswny a savings j
iwn- may mean at any tyi
v.ijwii.b iui u Ujjr profit 'H
' go P.en one now. yJ
- money win not be idle, j
will be earnimrsnrtwi.. ..
you every minute it
THE BANK OF BANDnid
Notice to Contractors.
Notiue is hereby given: That sealed bids will
be received by the Common Council ol the City
ol Bandon, Coos County, Oirgon, until hall
past aeveo o'clock p m. Wednesday the 7lh
day ol January 1914 for the construction ol a
sewer along the center line of Wall Street horn
a point where the east line of Lot 2, Block 2,
Commercial Addition to Bandon intersects with
the center line, ol Wall Streer to the center ol
Alabama Avenue: thence along the center line
of Second Sheet East to the center line of Chica
go Avenue, thence northerly along the center
line ol Chicago Avenue to low water, accord-
ng to the plans, profiles and specifications on
file in the office ol the City Recorder and there
open to the inspection of all persons interest
Bids will be received for the work as follows:
1. Excavating and back filling per cubic yard.
2. Vitrified sewer pipe S inch laid per lineal
). Vitribed sewei pipe iu inch laid per
4. Y, branches 8 inch x 6 inch,
5. Y, branches 20 inch x 6 inch.
SiS Concrete pet cubic yard.
All bids must be is accordance, wiih the re.
quiiements accompanying the specifications for
said wotk and upon blanks for that purpota
which will be supplied upon request at tbe office
ol the Cty Recorder.
A certified check ol five per cent of the
amount ol thi bid must accompany the bid to
be forfeited to the City of Bandon in case the
contractor fails to enter into a contract with
the said city within five dcys from the date con
tract is awarded. The Common Council re
serves the right to reject any and all bids.
Dated at Bandon. Oirgon this 16th day of
First PubL Dec. 16. 191 J
2nd Pull. Dec. Zi, 1913
3rd IULDec30. 1913
4th Pull Jan. 6th. 1914
Afier November 30th mill
wood' will be $2.25 a load.
Pay the driver on delivery
xnd Ret 25 cents discount.
Gm. 1. Morgan, PtW 1173
The volume of business
we are doing attests
s I II A. T w
ine excellence or vx. w . ;
M. brands and methods '
GEO- W. MOORE LUMBER CO.
S: S. ELIZABETH
LnrgeTwo Berth Outside State Rooms with Running Water
Eight Day Service Between the Coquille River a1
First Class Passenger Fare, $7.50
Freight Rates, $3, on Up Freight
Rsaervationau Fukrmaa's Pharmacy. iCoauillei Perkins', Myrtle Petal
E. At E. T. Kruse, owners and managers. 24 California St., San Francisco.-
J. E. WaUtrom. AsrenL Bandon. '
Strauhal & Dippel
Real Estate and Investments
Ch'oice farms, stock ranches, city property and
business investments. '
We are agents for some of the best tire insur
ance companies in 'America.
We also furnish abstracts of title on short notice.
We can save you time and money. Give m
your business and keep your money nt home.
Before purchasing elsewhere see us. Office in OM
Bank Building. Phone 33.
Strauhal and Dippel
v iu uiirv lllilll iu lliLVCI. V'
oi..ituuo sis v.uu3 iiuu urry couiHics aim tu""1-"
the Bell system at Roseburg.
COOS BAY HOME TELEPHONE CO.
BANDON TRANSFER LINE
UA1CHKIJ. HlirUI WromM.
Ml kinds of heavy and light draying. Phone order
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