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Semi-Weekly Bandon Recorder, January 23, 1914
prove that it pays to
We have always figured that it is not justice to the
man who PAYS CASH, to charge him such a price
as will leave a large margin of profit to offset the
losses incurred by giving credit to those who are
unable to pay their bills.
We also figure that it is not good business 'policy
for a man to pay 10 to 25 per cent interest per
month on his money merely for the privilege of
saying to the merchant "charge it."
Then again cash has a big purchasing value for
us with cash in hand we can buy closer.
Altogether It Pays
everyone to do business on a cash basis STRICT
we can sell you an excellent grade qf
Alfalfa Hay - $20.00 Ton
$1.15 a sack
BANDON WAREHOUSE CO.
NEW AND INDEPENDENT MANAGEMENT
Refugees Bring Dogs
El Paso, Texas, Jan 20.
The 3300 Mexican Federal
soldiers, six Mexican gener
als and 1360 women and chil
dren who sought asylum in
the United States after they
were driven out of Ojinaga,
Mexico by General Francisco
Villa's rebel forces, arrived in
El Paso today and were for
mally interned at the Fort
Bliss Military Reservation.
They are to be held by this
government indefinitely as
prisoners of war.
Arriving in ten trains from
Marfa, Texas, the refugees
were taken imediatly to Fort
Bliss, where they were put
into a camp inclosed by a
barbed wire fence and guard
by United States troops.
Each train of refugees was
run into camp on a spur. The
unloading presented varied
and animated scenes. With
the women and disarmed
Mexican soldiers there tumb
led off dogs and fighting cocks
saved from the battle at Ojin
aga, and lovingly carried on
the long march.
One family even unloaded
a burrow still paoked with
domestic utensils, 1 he pic
ture of a whole village of be
draggled and exhausted peo
ple suddenly dumped off on
foreign soil was brightened
by brilliantly collored blankets
and shawls of the women.
The Mexican generals at
first anneared dazzled and
speechless by the spectacle,
but soon they joined with the
A tnrwiti nffirors in ntittintr
the camp in order.
Siirht seers from El Paso
were just outside the barbed
General Mercado told Col
onel Perkins that the Mexi
can soldiers would do every
thing in their power to show
their gratitude to the United
He then ordered all the re
fugees to dig ditches and help
put up the 1000 or more tents.
None of the foreign soldiers
or any of their officers will
be permitted to leave the
barbed wire enclosure.
Paroles Are Not Yet Due
Los Angeles Jan, 21. News that
Clarence S. Darrow, counsel for
John J. and James B. McMamara,
confessed dynamiters, told the Mc-
Mamaras' mother in Cincinnati that
her sons would be eventually releas
ed on parol was discussed here to-
"The MaNamar.," said District
Attorney J. D. Fredricks, "are not
yet eletjible for parol. They can
not be paroled for at least seven
"I don't know what will be done
with them when they make their ap
plications. As for my prosecuting
them on another indictment should
they be released, and as for my op
posing the parole, I can say nothing
at this time as the question is too
Miss Wilson Takes Floor
Washington, Jan. 19 Miss Mar
garet Wilson, eldest daughter of the
President, rose from her seat in the
audience at a civic improvement
meeting here tonight and made a
plea to have the schoolhouses of the
county openod to the public as "so
"The social center movement in
the final analysis" she said, "is the
fundamental principle of democracy.
No matter how cultured we are. we
cannot get ideas alone and we must
ger together and gel them from each
For Sale or Trade
Relinquishment on 240 acres fine
land near Paisley, Lake county, Or
egon, can be taken as homestead or
desert land. Fine proposition, cheap.
For furthur information address box
841, Bandon, Ore. 6t6x
The Loyal Order of Moose will
give their second annua! ball at
Bank Hall, February 14th.
This viU be the ball of tha season.
Warships Through Canal
Jan. 18. Five of the n 1
tions invitejd jo take part in
the 'great naval procession
which will start at Hampton
Roads and cruise by way of
the Panama Canal to the
Golden Gate next year have
formally notified the State
Department of their accept
ance. They are the Argen
tine Republic, F" ranee, Ger
many, Great Britain and Por
tugal. Tapan also has decid
ed to participate, according
to press reports, and it is not
doubted that when the time
comes all of the maritime na
tions of the world will be
represented in the line.
The plans of the Navy De
partment call for the appear
ance in line of about 100 war
ships, 68 of them under for
eign flags. The powers hav
ing great navies are invited to
send four ships each and those
with lesser naval forces use to
contribute two each.
The date for the assembl
ing of this international fleet
has not been fixed, but und
er the terms of the act of
congress it must be early in
1915, and as the voyage from
Hampton Roads to San Fran
cisco will consume at least one
month, the start must be
made by the middle of Jan.
if the fleet is to reach San
Francisco in time for the op
ening of the Panama-Pacific
Exposition, Februrary 20,
What About It?
We should like to know
how many of the multitudin
ous candidates for Governor of
this grand and glorious com
monwealth would square to
the definition of politics given
by President Wilson. Whilst
each one is sizing up himself
the voting public might in
dulge in the profitable pas
time of sizing each of them
on its own account.
Herewith is the little .quo
tation to which we have ref
erence: "Politics is made
up in just about equal parts of
comprehension and sympathy
No man ought to go into pol
itics who doesn'tfcomprebend
the'taskhe is going to attack.
He may comprehend it so
completely that it daunts him,
that he doubts whether his
spirit is stout enough and his
own mind able enough to at
tempt its great undertakings,
but unless he comprehend . it
he ought not to enter it. Af
ter he has comprehended it
there should come into his
mind those profound impuls
es of sympathy which connect
him with the rest of mankind
for politics is a business of in
terpretation and no men are
fit for it who do not see and
seek more than their own ad
vantage and interest." Port
Notice to Contractors.
Notice is V-rcliy cireu , tli.it scaled bills
will he received by the Common Council
of the City of liandon, Oregon, until naif
past kcven o'clock p, in. Wednesday the
4th day of February 19H for the construct
ion of a sewer along the center line of
Caroline Street from the center line of
Harlem Ave to th center line of the
County Road: thence alone the center liic
of the County Road from the. center Hue
of Caroline Street to the center line of Fill
more ave. Also along the center line of Fill
more Ave. from the center line of County
Koad to the center line of Eleventh street
East; also along the center line of Eleventh
street East from a point 30 feet east of the
East line of Baltimore Ave. to the center
line of Harlem Ave. also along the center
lire of 3rd street East from a point 27 feet
West of the west line of Grand Ave. to the
ceMer Knc of Fillmore Ave. ftlso alon the
center lliwt of Elmlra-Ave. from a point SO
feet north (4 the north line of Eleventh
street East to the CMiter line of 2nd street
Rast, also along the center line of 2nd street
East from the center line of Fillmore "Aye.
to the center line of cliicago Aye. accord
infOto tjy plans, profiles and specifications
oil file in the office of the Citv Recorder
8ml there open to the inspection of all per
sons interested tneretn. nuis will be re
ceived for the work as follow si
1. Excavating and Hack Filling per
2. Vitrified sewer pipe 10 inch laid per
S- Vitrified sewer pipc 8 inch laid per
4. V. branches 8 inch x 6 inch. 51
5. V. branches 10 inch x 6 inch.
7. Flushtanks. 3
All bids must be made out on blanks for
that purpose and -in accordance with re
quirements of specifications, blanks will be
furnished upon request at the office of the
t lty Kccortler, a certified check of five per
cent of the hid must accomnaiiv the bid to
be forfeited to tin: City in case the contr.it t
or fails to enter into a contract with said
citv within five days from date contract is
awarded. The Common Council reserves
rielit to reject any and all bids.
Dated at Bandon, Oregon, this 8th day of
E. K. KAUSRUD,
1st. Puhl. Jan. 9, 1914.
2nd. Publ. Jan. 16, 1914.
3rd Publ. Jan. 23rd, 1914.
4th Publ. Jan. 30th, 1914.
Notice to Contractors.
Re-advertisement For Bids
For Sewer Work.
Notioe is hereby given: That sealed bids will
be received by the Common Council of the City
of Bandon, Coos County, Oregon, until hall
past seven o'clock p. m.' Wednesday the 4th
day of February 1914 for the construction of a
ewer along the center line of Wall Street from
a point where the east line of Lot 2, Block 2,
Commercial Addition to bandon intersects with
the center line of Wall Streer to the center of
Alabama Avenue: thence along the center line
of second street East to the center line of Chtca
go Avenue, thence northerly along the center
line of Chicago Avenue to low water, accord
ng to the plans, profiles and specification! on
file in the office of the City Recorder and there
open to the inspection of all persons interest
Bids will be received for the work as follows:
I j Excavating and back filling per cubic yard.
2. Vitrified sewer pipe .8 inch laid per lineal
'3. Vitrified sewer pipe 20 inch laid per
4. Y, branohet 8 inch x 6 inch,
5. Y. branches 20 inch x 6 inch.
8. Concrete per cubic yard.
Aft bids must be made out on blanks for that
purpose which will be supplied upon request at
the office of the Gty Recorder, and in accordance
with the plans and specifications for said work.
V certified check of five per cent of the
amount of the bid must accompany the bid to
be) forfeited to the City of Bandon in case the
contractor tails to enter into a contract with
the said city within five days from the date con
tract is awarded. The Common Council re
serves the neht'to reiect any, and all bids.
Dated at Bandon, Oregon this 8th day of
January 19 14,
By order of the Common Council made on
January . 1V14.
E, B. KAUSRUD.
. First Publ, Jan. 9. 1913
2nd Publ. Jan. 16, 1913
3rd Publ. Jan. 21. 1913
4th Publ. Jan. 30th. 1914
Suit in Equity
to Quiet I itlc,
In the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon, in and
for the County of Coos.
Arthur E. Mereen,
Thc unknown heirs of
Geo. W. Neal, also
known as George
Westland Neal, de
ceased, William Hailcy,
also known as Win.
llaWcy, J. C. Rowan,
also known as Jonas 0.
Rowan, and all other
persons or paities un
known claiming any
right, "title, estate, lien,
or interest in the real
estate described in the
Co mplain t herein.
To the unknown heirs of George W.
Neal. also known as George-Westl.iud Neal,
deceased. William Bailey, also known as
Win. Hailey, J. C. Rowan, also known as
Jonas C. Rowan, -niil all persons or parties
" 1 -I .!.!.. ..........
uilKnowu claiming any rigm, uc, isum,
lien, or interest in the real estate herein
In the name of the State of Oregon 1 you
and each of you are hereby notified that the
plaintiff, Arthur E. Nfereen, has commenced
a suit in the Circuit Court of the State of
Orerron. for the County of Coos, against
you, and tjiat in pursuance of an order made
and entered in said cause and Court by
Honorable John S. Coke, Presiding Judge
of said Coiwt. on the 4th day of December,
1913, you ifcid each of you are hereby re
quired to appear in said cause anu court ami
answer the complaint of the plaintiff filed
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 will apply 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 that the plaintiff is
the owner in fee simple of the following de
scribed real estate, situated in Coos County,
State of Oregon, to.witi
Lot Nine in lllock Three in South Han
don Addison to the Town of iUndon,
CoosCwnty, 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, ami each of you, Jiave no es.
tate, right, title, lien or interest whatever
in r 'n said nreinises. 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 tne uiauum, .inn um
such other and further relief as to the Court
may seem dilutable.
L. A. Roberts,
.. qiaude II. Giles.
Attorneys for Plaintiff, residing at NJyrtlc
Point, Oregon. ,, ...
Iate ot nrst npiujiicaiiuii kuhuuu
12th. 1913. '
Dec. 12-Jan. 25 F ,
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in all investments of this
banks funds. The officers
and directors first of all as
sure themselves of the safety
of a proposition before enter
taining it. The safety of in
vestments means safety of in
vestments means safety for
depositors also. This is a
good bank in which to place
THE BARK OF BANDON
The volume of business
we are doing attests
the excellence of G. W.
M. brands and methods
GEO, W. MOORE LUMBER CO.
We want you
For our customer not just today, but tomor
row and for all time to come, if
and prompt delivery
is what you want
WE HAVE YOU
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It is cheaper to talk than to travel. We have to'"
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the Bell system at Roseburg.
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