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BANDON, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1914
MOM FOR COQIJILLE
' Itnndon Property Chang.c
The Merchant Land company and
Eugene O.Conncll have united in
purchasing the one-third interest
which A. M. Crawford, attorney gene
ral of Oregon', held with them in the
Wept Bandon Addition. The part
ncrship. wan formed a number of
years ago, a large tract being bought
Tlin l.lillf nf Hiiu line linnn cntfl unrl
The County Court Adjoutiis only about 140 lots remain. coos RECORDER RECEIVES TELEGRAM
Without Taking Any
Basket Ball Tonight.
The Bandon High School
GRESSMAN HAVVLEY ANNOUNCING BIG
Will Use Care That No Ir
regularity Occurs to
Mar Bond Issue.
Ball team will play a game at Bank
Hall tonight with the Myrtle Point
High and a good game is assured. At
Myrtle Point recently, the game stood
a tio nt the call of time and it was
necessary to play longer in order to
decide the game, which was won by
The game tonight promises to be
fully as exciting and everybody should
be out to root for the' home team,
Candidate for Commissioner.
County Commissioner G. J. Arm- jn t.liis issue appears the announce
strong returned from Coquille yester- ,ncnt 0f Geo. .1. Armstrong for renonv
day, the County Court having ad- jnfttion to the office of county com
journeed until next Monday, as yes- rnissioner. Mr. Armstrong has filled
terday was a legal holiday. I tho office' for the past term and has
Mr. Armstrong informed The Re- made a good record, which should be
corder that no definite action had yet given due, consideration at the hands
been taken on the good roads bond- of the voters at tho primaries May
ing proposition as the court still had lfith.
the matter under consideration anu
would decide on the date for the spec
ial election next week.
There is considerable difference of
opinion on tho proposition, somo ask
ing the county court to call the elec
tion within tho next thirty days,
Past Matrons Meet.
ins 1'ast Matrons Association of
Occidental Chapter No. 45, Eastern
Star, met at the residence of Mrs.
Stove Gallicr Wednesday afternoon
After the regular meeting adjourned
all were invited to tho dining room
where an elegant luncheon was
served. The long table was beauti
fully decorated with flowers, the
place cards being red hearts, sug
gestive of St. Valentines day.
Mrs. Gallier was assisted in serving
by her daughters, Misses Edna and
Gladys, and niece, Miss Alice Gallier.
After refreshments, Misses Edna
Commercial Club Will Hold
Big Meeting and Map
This Is the Largest Single Appropriation Ever Made For antI Gladys Gallier rendered several
niL- t- -i i. n . . . . beautiful selections on the
mis ivivur. xsl congressional uistrict
Gets $1,775,000 in AH.
Moose Ball Tomorrow Night.
The Bandon Lodge, Loyal Order of
Moose, will give their third nnnual
ball, at Bank Hall, tomorrow night,
Tvhlle others want it held over until M judging from the preparations
the regular primary on Mny 15th,
The Recorder receiver) the following telegram
from Congressman Hawley yesterday afternoon
which will be good news ;to the people of the Co
quille River valley. The telegram was dated at
Roseburg Feb. 12, 1914, and reads as follows:
"I have just been officially informed by commit
tee on Rivers and Harbors, of the House, that I
will have in bill reported next week, one million,
seven hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars
for the First Congressional District, "ninety thou
sand dollars of which is for the improvement 6f
Coquille water way." 0
W. C. HAWLEY, M. C.
wnicn were greatly enjoyed by all.
The afternoon was pronounced one
of the most cniovable nffnirR nf ihn
year by those in attendance. ' Will Take Up Matter of
Those present were: Mesdames R
II. Rosa, E. M. Gallicr, Matt Smith,
will Urninc, Robt. W. Boyle, Fred
Mehl, Steve Gallier.J. C. Slagle, and
Misses Kate Rosa and Mary D. Ritchie
Other members worn llnnhln in li
Present. There will be a special meeting of
The next meeting will be held at the tne Ramlon Commercial Club at tht
Will Take Un Matter
Woolen Mill Site and
home of Mrs. W. E. Craino on the cor
ner of Edison Avenue and Fourth St.
3n the interests of economy.
The attitudo of the County Court
nrrnrdim? to Mr. Armstrong is to
have everything about the election
done correctly so there will
be' no danger of knocking out the
pedal .election or the bond issucat
any future time because or any tech
being made, it will be one of tho big
gest social events of the season. Kaus
rud's orchestra will furnish the music
and the dance will continue from
9:30 p. m. to 2:00 a. m.
Many New Books for Library.
The Library is rejoicing over an un
usually valuable gift. Thoso good
friends, Mr. Estabrook, Mr. Ira Sid
well,' Mr. J. Neilson.and Mr. and Mrs
Kronenberg, have secured for us a set
of The World.s Geratest Literature,
There nrc sixty volumes, as follows
i British OrationH.
French. German nad Italinn Es
Orations of Cicero and Demo
Plato,s Republic and Dialogues.
Plato's Republic and Dialogues.
Green's Short History of the En
Creasy's Deeisive Battles.
Carlyle's French Revolution,
De Tocouoville's Democracy in
Hegel's Philosophy of History.
Bagehot's Physics and Politics.
Dante's Divino Comedy.
, Kants Critique of Pure Reason.
. Mills Political Economy.
Montesquien's Spirit of Laws.
The Elizabeth sailed Wednesday
with 275,000 feet of lumber, G4 tons
of freight and seven passengers as
follows: filux Quiliam, J. L. Smith,
Ceresa Feiada, C. L. Williams, II. S.
Sherman, H. P. Elwcll, and wife. The
Elizabeth will leave San Francisco for
The Fificld will arrive from San-
Francisco Sunday morning and will
sail again Tuesday morning. The
Speedwell will also arrivo Sunday.
Tho Tillamook sailed for Portland
Wednesday with 1758 railroad ties
and five tons of miscellaneous freight.
UNCLE SAM GATHERS DATA IN
- LARGE STORE
commercial Ulub Hall tonight at
which time a plan for n new cam
paign for the revival fo the club will
be taken up and other matters dis
The subject of n site for the Ban-
flnll VVnnlnn Mill ...Ml ! l. i-t.
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milnlP'lMnn -f .wA.v. f . .ir I . 1
........ vMKiuBsiuuii w. c. ana some definite action taken.
Secretary Treadgold of the Coin-
Comrrcssinnnl riinfrir. inr
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iiiumines. iur, uawiey has made of Commom. Rfnt.'n., M.nf if i, ?n
. . I . w ' - w fin i 1 . LI IIJ 1 1 1 1 1 L
an excellent reciord m Congress and was to be moved from Bandon, they
uuiiv KUUU WUIA lor niH I Wnrttnrl n phiinnit frt r : I
Mief-i-t ii: a i :. " "-i "
.......v.... BBCUnnB me $uu,uuu this comunication will also bo discus-
.M'i'i"iiiuuii IOr me uoquiiie River scd.
wi oo a d g leather in his cap in this Everybody interested should attend
vuey unu we predict that the pco- the rally and help to boost the town.
in-- win uk"'" rauy 10 nis support.
See Oregon First'
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BANDON DRY GOODS CO. .WILL
OCCUPY NEW ELLINGTON
The day has long gone, says an ex-
Many people have an idea that there
is something mysterious and occult
about the work of the Weather Bureau
in lorecasting the coming ot
storms, frosts, and floods. Not a few
think that the observers must necccs
sarily get their data by reading the
planets, the stars, and the moon
As a matter of fact, the forecaster of
the bureau foretells the coming of dis
turbances in a businesslike way, very
similar to that in which a man who
has ordered a shipment of goods
would estimate, the dutc of its arrival
Suppose a business man had order
cd a carload of pineapples from the
Hawaiian Islands. He would know
tho average time it would take the
change; when the newspaper asks for
advertising patronage on the plea
that the business man ought to sup
port their local paper.. No self-respecting
newspaper today wants
my advertising patronage as a mcro
gift of charity, or from any. gener
ous or mistaken sense of pride
Newsnanors of toilnv solicit nilvnr-
tisim? on n lmsm.. lmsi n1v nn.l steamer to mako tho trip to the Paci
with the distinct understanding that ,c Iort' 1,10 averaK time lor unioad-
thoV can and will i-ivl, v.ilim t-,.k.n,l lnK n loauiug inio reingeraior cars
for every dollar paid them by adver- aml ho "voraRo number of days to bo
Users, if-and there is tho rub of the hwi these cars lor their trip
matter tho advertiser nav ns mur), ncr08S tho continent to New York,
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ntinnilnn Mw, rnr.,,.i.. f iiic I is csnmaic, nowevcr, wouiuucsuu-
Machiavellls' History of Florence. L.iveitisement as thenewsnaner does jcct to error' because tho steamship
Bacon's Advancement of Learning. . th .lioninv nn,i nimilnHon nf it might meet with an accident
nftnrwnnl. AlVr.riiaimr u .m im.J btorms, like pineapples, as a rule
an exneriment. a device external . not origlnato in the United States
ono's business, a mere something to ql,oy como to U8' fi0,ne from tho
be trifled with in chance, a means of P"IPPlnoa, Japan, Siberia, Alaska,
holnlmr it.o l.nuinno ,, liMi.. Canada, or the Gulf of Mexico. Tho
In this ihiv nilvnrMatii. ia 5..ut nB weuuier mircau geis came, leie
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much a i.ni t nf tlm l,nin0t:a i,.vi Krapnic, or wireless notice or a lor-
or selling the stock. It is an incipient 01rn f10' Olauo "er sla"n or
part of tho process of selling and a ,,!BOU v,-i,ou, "-i'"115' aioriim
most important one. If tho mnr- "ival in its neighborhood, so that
and others on Ideal
Memoirs of the French Court.
MicheletB Modern History.
Hallam's Middle Ages.
Rawhinson's Ancient History,
i 'Tasso's Jerusalem Delivered.
VolUir'a Charles XII
Von Ranko's Ilistory of tho Popes
Essays by Hamilton, Jay, and Ma- Lhant wiu Rivo ono.tcnth ,mrt of tho the general direction and rate of pro-
Memoirs of Pepys, Evelyn and
Taine's English Literature and
Hebrew, Egyptian, Babylonian, As
syrian, Persian, Japanese, Moorish,
Malayian, Chinese, Arabian.Turkish,
and Hindu Literatures.
Tho Sacred Books of tho East.
Tho Nibelungenlicd, and two vol
umes of Dramatic Masterpieces.
Here ia a splendid opportunity for
careful thought to his advertising
that he does to tho selection of the
goods he wants to soil, ho will find
that advertising doos most certainly
gress can be determined very early,
In fact, the arrival of some storms
can be foretold ten days in advance.
Tho forecasters watch for tho re
gion of low barometer which is the
storm center around which tho winds
blow. This whirl or eddy moves bod
ily forward with tho general east
ward drift of about 050 miles a day
in our latitudes.. Tho forecaster de
teriniines the direction of movement
of the storm and its velocity.
When weather disturbances aro re-
'The Pythian Sisters will give their
; third nnnual Grand Ball at the Wig
wam Saturday evening, February 21.
In tho earlier part of tho evening,
childen from six to fifteen years of
Mra. Kronenberg also secured for K'0 'IT"1, 1" ?,0,l,,ttl "L?0,"' h"; Ported the forecaster knows from ex
tho Library, a gift of twenty-five "' U1 , . pcrionco about how Ung It takes
.dollars, from a friend in San Fran- r" ' l them to reach our Pacific coast, and
Cisco. lurr " """"BS," then how long after they will reach
Mr. G. Jowott has given us A gunuomcn win no ouc. the Atlantic coast. Foj- emple. if
Study in Scarlet and Beaton's Bar- M. I. Randall has his new house a storm coming from Siberia drifts
train. These gifts of books are al- completed and is moving into it today, 'antwunl itrround tho North Pole
ways very welcome. I ,Stuvu Gallier, son, Lentncr, were and reappears a Aluska it should up-
"The Man From thi finlrinn wTi
. I II 1. - a i r .
is a thrilling four reel featutv. tOlino- "t-Mtii is not ioo nines irom tile
a realistic story of the mining ex- coast or that distance from a Saw
citement nf f!nlifn
w. v..uaii, uitiuiH i iiiiii. nit! Miiinwiiur :iriini in tno
Mill I T IlirnP DlhKnfnn A. : II . '
stirrimr climaxes. nntlnm 13 UI Mm
takes the Wdino. nnrf 5 Oo,u eacli is cryiim for more
a I - -- I'liubu I. ,
urama ana you will doubtless be cur- "ol,sc.s. woru comes irom tliere
The Recorder announced Tuesday ,ous to so what sort of actor Cor- that the growth of tne town isbeinn
that H. A. Murphy had bought the . .Kef ,n I"res. All we care seriously retarded lor the want of
storv would snoil ' '!"- ' " ""-'
his j5artner in the Bandon, Marsh- your anticipation. We will let you be 111 ,ne town Is occupied and people
field and Myrtlo Point 5-10-15c stores the judge when you see the picture. are actually Icaviuir for want Of a
has taken a half interest in tho bus- At the Orand Theatre. Saturday Uhfliir
nignt. Feu. 14. Ai m s nn in.inn . i.
mat n. a.. jiurpny nau bought the . ------- i tum serumsiy retarueu mr ine
Bandon Dry Goods Company store, iTlZlulT T g0u houses for the people to liv
, . 11 Bcts over with the big punch. r- i , ,
and since that time F. E. Westerberg, To tell more of tho story would snoil Lve'ytll,nK the shape of a
iness and tho two gentlemen arc now
equal partners in all of the four
The Bandon Dry Goods Co.'s stock
will bo moved into the new Ellingson
building us soon as it is completed,
and will occupy tho entire first floor
with tho exception of the corner,
which will be occupied by Walter II,
Wells with the Orange Pharmacy.
This popular store will hold n big
removal sale before moving, the an
nouncemfint of which will appear in
It is said that the ne.irest sawmill
to Gold Beach is ioo miles away
and that every piece ol lumber 'that
is used there is carried inland ioo
miles on a gasoline scnooncr. A
Ladies Aid Entertains.
ine Ladies Aid Society of the M
E. church fnvn n Vn1nni.
the lady members of the church and resi(,ent of Gold Meacl'- recently in
their friends in tho church parlor roitland, said that a splendid op
uuuuhuuy uucrnoon. a delicious portunity to make monev awaits
luncheon was serveed and the
sion was enjoyed by many,
Creamery Has a Good Year.
A big business was done by the
Coquille creamery during the past
occa- the man who will build : small s.nv.
mill in tne vicinity of that town.
"There is a fine market at Gold
Reach and vicinity lor lumber," said '
he, "and soiihi practical sawmill
nan with small capital could make
a tortune out ot a mil in our
pear in Washington and Oregon in
Great Lakes in six days and to the
Atlnntif. rnnaf- in cnunn nr nlirhf rlnva
Unexpected conditions mny delay ' w.uiumB io ine lonowing trom section.'
storms or dovert them from tho v-oqunie neraid
straight ' track, just as a rofnger- I he annual meeting of the Co-
ator cqr may bo thrown off its sched- u,ie Creamerv comnanv w.kj hlrl For County Commissioner.
ulo or be shipped by accident on a p u -th Th eIe.,inn hn,r . I hereby announce myself a candi-
wrong road, borne of these stormi , ,. , ... . dnto for rcnomination for county com
deplete themselves by running into re- r;' ,", U,B cun"u- rnissioner before tho primaries, May
gions ot high narometer which aro ot " wnu ui uiu uui uoaru, viz: lfith.
greater magnitude and extent than W. 11. Hull, president; J. P. Clau 14t2x G. .1. ARMSTRONG
sen, G, E. McCtirdy, C. C. Williams
and D. K
c..lo. .i.i . Attorney F. J. Feeney was in
n.w-wfcw . ih hv, ' Marshfield on business Wednesday.
secretary io attend to the outside in Marshfleld Wednesday nignt, the'
rustling lor the company.
Reports of the business covering
the period from Feb. t, 1914, show
ed that the amount received lor
butter was $81, 217. so. Of this
the storm itself. Some of them, how.
ever, travel completely around tho
To keep tab on cold waves that
come into tho United States from Can
ada and Alnska, the Weather Bureau
studies the Canadian weather reports.
England sends reports from Iceland,
the British Islands nnd Continental
Europe, anddaily reports como from
St. Petersburg 611 theconditions in
Russia and Siberia.
I). M. Averill Returns
D. M. Averill returned yesterday
from his eastern trip, having been
as far as Chicago and laid in his
seasons stock of goods. Mr. Aver
ill says tho people of tho section vis
ited nre doing a lot of talking but
that business is not opening up as
rapidly as it might. However, tho
general outlook, he says, is vift-y good
for tho future.
latter having been initiated into tho
Rev. Iv. II. Mowrc, prcsidingg El
der will preach at tho M. E. church.
south, next Wednesday (Feb. 18)
fhursady, Inday, Saturday and "Sun'
day at 7:80 p. m. and Sunday Feb. 15
at 11:00 a.m. A cordial invitation is
given to tho public W . B. Smith,
There will be no services nt tho M.
E. Church South Sunday morning,
.... wit. v.uiiK V.-KHVIUII IB IIIVIIVU IO Ul- O
tend tho Presbyterian church where
Rev. Ilfirtrnnft will lulls nn r :..
Tho Bandon attnrnnva hnv nil rn. . . .
- .... - 1 ,.,.1.. 1, 1, ,1 . 1. i j : 1 . 1 ,, rni. . . .
turned from Uio county seat, court , " "u ," u'
having adjourned- until Monduy of ",,u w, K"ur P""c are cordially
next week. . invited.
amount $74,549 06 was paid to pa.
trons, and the balance went into
operating expense account. The
amount of butter manufactured was
268,901 pounds, and the average
price paid for hjUter fat was 35 2-1 1
cents. Marshfield Record.