Semi-weekly Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1910-1915, February 27, 1914, Image 2

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    . Semi-Weekly Bandon Recorder, 27-1914'
SEMI-WEEKLY
BANDON RECORDER
Published every Tuesday and Ifriday by -the .Recorder Bandon Coo County, Oregon,
Publishing Company. . iutat assessments as assess
Entered at the l'ostoflico nt Handon, Ore, as Muil Matter of the Second Clans
c. k. KOI'F.
A. W. STUART.
Subscription $1.50 per Year in Advance.
rates made known on application.
Sale .of Real Property for Unpaid
Street Assessment.
Whereas on the ltth day of Oc-4
tobcr, 1913, there was entered in the
docket ofCity Liens o the City of
delin-
quoat assessments as assessed v)
Ordinance No. 300 of the Ordinances
of the City of Bandon for the exten
sion of Oregon Avenue (formenj
Abcrnathy Street) into Wall Street
(formerly extension of First Street)
with bcnefitR In front of
Advertising the following described property:
Parcel beginning 149 ft. S. una in
ft. and 0 Inches E. of tlic El end of
the base line of the town of Bandon,
and running ttienci S. AG ilcgroes and
BO minutes E. '1C7 ft. and" f Inches,
"CARRYING COAL TO NEW CASTLE."
Nearly every boat that arrives from San rrancisco -dong'tho sw side mid extension of
carries a decc-oau 01 green vegetauies ana ouuer w- " n; "7
mines in Bandon are of common occurence and this m a ;con,i AtrCct,' thchce s. 73 degrees
finmtniinilv 1 lint. fifTnrs irinnl rmiuliUfins for market ITUl- 45 minutes W. 128 ft. nnd :i inches
i i .i. .!..... ... mi i i n j .1.11 u. .. nlnnir said Second street, thence N.
nenmg aim dairying. 1 nrpugnuut inu iinuum buiu owh- Bu mi'nujc.s w ft.
are thousands of farmers on dry land farms, making a t0 thqiwm-i;Qf.thp tidi.ipl. thence
bare living, when in Coos or Curry county with ten acres n. 10 degrees ami 15 minutes i.
and a half dozen good cows they could live in afiluence L,;i(, ctmtalninK 3 0r an acre, sav
witli 1ml f the effort thev are now inakiinr. W6 do "not1 be- ing and excepting from the above
lieve there is any place on the globe that offers as much to Jff
Ihe farmer with small means as does this section of Or- a. s. and 121 ft: and n inchcs e. of
egon, or any places with half the resources we have" that K-en?f to lf s'-line th
,a ' , , 1 .1 , ! 11 r'.i i- ' town of Bandon, and running S. 10
is so poorly advertised in the outside world. It s time we d rccg ,m(1 50 minutCs b, 34 ft;
started a campaign to attract the attention of the" mart thence s. 11 degrees and lo jninutcs
,ut Vt ' .,1 . f W, 45 ft. and 4 Inches, thcn.ee N. 16
with the plow. .., an(1-lt ;nihu(J' eVbo ft.
and O Indies ip me pm?e oi ncgining
also conyeying Jiy these presents that
certain real prpperty uqscnueu as,
beginning 203 ft. and 4 indies S. 105
ft. and 8 inches, E. of the t4. end of
LODGE DIRECTORY
LOOKS fJOOI) AHEAD.
in '.lie outside business world are all opti
on! njlfj extension Ot lilies, and lilg .liUSllieSS the base line ol me town oiiiancion,
ally is rolli"! up Us sleeves in anticipation ot an ex- sn,i "V" u ,rf. r
ally irood ye-ui. in the Conuille Valley and partic- T" rX,":'
Reports 1
mistic. Raih'o. ds are getting ready to spend vast sums
m improvem
gener
ception
many m Jjandon ousmess conditions, are aireaay ouick- as ft. and c inches, ihehce n. 10
oning. Building operations, which have been going on idegrees and is minutes e. C4 ft. and
nearly all winter, are becoming more brisk. Possibly a I- mches, t? u!9 pmc (ii)eginning
dozen houses are now in course of construction, and at
least a dozen more in the planning. Two $20,000 business
blocks are neanng completion and a couple of more wjH
be started as soon as tne weatlier becomes settled. Lium
ber mills which have been closed down for several months
are being started up and will run -to full capacit All
of which are pretty good indications of a prosperous year
ahead
PAVE THE STREETS.
There is nothing Pandon needs more today, in the
line oi municipal improvements, tnan s.nme hard surtaccd
streets, especially in the business district. When we stop
to think that in many ways Pandon is the most progress-
in the sum of $81.90 and assessed
jtoEjla, Pander. SjiI j, asc6snc,ni has
ncvpr, ucqnaiu inoon-riiscnac-;ged
nor, satisfied, qw .therefore,
notice Is hereby giyerj that py virtue
nd in pqrsuanco of Section' 122 of
,the( charter or the Uty ,oI wan,uon,
Coo's Co., Oregon, directing me to
Collect .the satd uppalil assessment by
hale o( the said property' Jo , satisfy
saut'licn, of jpi.90 with, ' interest
thereon at the rate of G per. cent per
anum from the 11th day of Uctolivr,
1913, and penalty together with the
costs of advertising ,nnd sale there
of, 1 will on Saturday, the 7th day
of March At 1). 1914 nt the hour of
Masonic.
Bandon Lodge, No. 130, A. F. &
A M. Stated communications first
Saturday after the full moon of
each month. Special communications
Master Masons cordially invited.
C. It. MOOKE, W. M.
PHIL PEADSON, Secretary
Eastern Star.
Occidental Chapter, No. 45, 0. E.
S., meets Saturday evenings before
and after stated ' communications of
.Masonic lodge. Visiting members
cordially invited to attend.
L. KATE HOSA, W. M.
BOSA BINOAMAN, Secretary
, 1.6' O. V.
Bandon IMae, No. 133, I. O. O.
F., meets every Wednesday evening.
Visiting brothers in good standing
cortllally Invited
S. E. IIINES, N, G.
LOOAN KAY, Secretary.
Knights oTTTilas.
Delphi Lodge, No. 01, Knights of
Pythias. .Meets every Monday ev
ening at Knights'' hall. Visiting
knights invited to attend.
G. R. MeNAlIt, C. C.
It. N. HARRINGTON K. of R. S.
Loyal Order of Moose.
Meets Thursday cvonlngd in I. O.
0. F. .hall. Transcii)t Moose cord
ially invited. Something doing ev
ery Thursday.
Kcbrkah
Ocean ReU'kah Lodge. No. 12C, I.
0. 0. F., meets second and fourth
Tuesdays at I. 0. 0. F. dull. Tran-
cicnt members cordially invited.
LENA DAVIDSON, N. G.
MINERVA LEWIN, Secretary.
W. O. W.
"With Charity Towards All"
Seaside Camp, No. 212, 0. W,
meets Tuesday's, K. of IV halt.. 8 p,
'nt. visitprs are assured a hot wcl;
come. By order of
W. A, KELLER, C. C.
C. M. GAGE, Clerk.
sive town in Coos county but that in street improvements r"cv"-;.. .,..? VJV:
4..I.! :i 5l! ttl. 1 Ilt.. 1 r. v" "J '"" w
wu .we uuuiik ,i wiiLiv hUJit., it mis ua wim iillillllliiliuil imu Bandon, Coos County, Oregon, sell at
makes us think that something should be done. Coqtiille public auction to thn bidder offering
and Myrtle Point, both much smaller towns than Pandon tl,u li,a,t amount of penalty umi in-
and with only a fraction of the business in either city that tcrf'1 of ,,1h? rKhi ""fr.. intn
is done in Handon, have a number of paved streets, and "ic'?. ,1 ! ' hr! i vl a .
more pavuiK win u oone as soon as me weainer permus. her may havo in tho said decrii.d
mi. mt.. i.-....r t : .:!... .i! e.... .' .. . ... .
i uu vnp- ijiiniiiuur i .iK'iiii jn t'('iiriii rtj;uxini;;iliwil.'i lur projieny meniioncu wnrn is Hos
tile paving of Kirst Street and it is to be hoped that this cr'M foiiw, t"-wt;
time the proposition will go through without a hitch. tiZuXwSu o? it VwJj'S
I'TRE FKOTKCTION,
a iue lino of the town of llsndon,
ami runlng thenro H ill) dgnis and
At the mass meeting of citi7.ena last Monday night, 6? minut k. 107 ft. and a Indus,
called to discuss the proposition of better lire protection, H.w .f1'18 ;
there wore many ideas ativiincod but iiothing delinite IMA'lfc
tldlli:. II IK II WHHl tiling 1(1 IIIPCIISH (lUCillOnS 01 SUCH VlUtl nr ofSeruiid Street, Ihupro N. It lit-
imnortance, but (liscuHsioiiH never gel any where unless w "J u minutes w. 12 a. Miui
followed by nomo kind of action. Evervone is nirreed that A lnr'"' "'""K Htromi nut,
Handon is grwtily in m-ed of bettor lire protection, 'i'lie ,, !' m, "Tm
a tL 1.!.... ...1.' .. jt... ..... .1 ...ml w- ' " ' i ''
mimiuui ihhvii iK"i iiiiiMimuiH wiiui nu lltxil 111 I U4, hnxH N. 10 dvrw and 14 mill.
ihj uiuru upjiiuoiii nun Hoiiii'iiiuig kiuuiki no done ai once u- v no ft ii e ntUt, u i.
intthitivo. Kitlivr tho city council or the people nit a pi ikimim, omtiiiii.tf ,,r
to alleviato thi? condition, h in up to wnnc one to take the ." rr H'lnie ,ui ",t
wliollf !llitllil m l. It l V..I-V ovI.L.Ml thrit fl.,. Itv ulir.nt " 1,ov l'rlll prrinhw. Owt
i. iipi'miinin iiiiii iv ip mm,- i uai- ihiiiiv I nlnr 1 19 ft
UlUlg 00 limit.
Professional Cards.
THOMAS F. HAGGERTY
Attorncy-at'Law
Over MS'air' llanlnare Store
I'limie Ml
handon, oki:gon
C. R, WAD It
Lawjar
HANDON, OWKtiON
DR. II. L. HOUSTON
Physic'um A Surgeon
etn iHvt si Mr. I lorn., 7 it. ii t, m;
liMI la 4 p. m 7 la ft la V finuntf.
HANDON. OKI'OON
DR. SMITH I. MANN
Physician fc Surgeon
I In 3 p. w
It. ') la I. i
TENSULAR"
Stands for Reliability. When you
buy any of the Pensulnr Remedies
you are uure of gettintf the best.
If You Have a Cold Use
Vmvhr Chrrry ( tmtth hymn
VrmmUt White I'm? ,V .Sprm e IUImiii
Vtmmltt lvalivr Cold HfeuVrr
Tm Rrmate Ton
Mi km) ttMaUti mmviU ihorr mtUhv Hkr 1'itn
NwdrfiHilk Vvnte
t'jsn !l At
The Bandon Drug Company
ri.r rmUt mtr cm?
H n.l til ft v4 Ctt
II lit th B rth nf hu Imiv 1W df
tl- Town f lUrultfl, kfut tuuninii 8.
24 dmt and U) ndm I! nf ft:
IVnre A. I ilrcrrr M 10 iMt
W. 17, ft h! I ImIh. thmr S. 1
ilrgtu-t Itfri I InltlUtin f U fl. hmt
t lwl ti thr tt u' )rfi(ri(a'
aU Mnyli.( Uf im ttMl!
uttiln rial yf oty WrtUw4 ,
0 Nrw tk Town wf iUrl
aral la mtfohj W IT ft. aw 11 u.
T" 1 Wlmitni L l fl.
Ml X lwi U IW iUf f UptfKl
Awnlin( tf. trw nlat lhMf
W iid f frrmnl in iim. (fx f.th
(Wly Uk(k f Mkt (foe (unt9.
d UIbic mJ laAt to r
tlM CWrtr nf K Otf of HJoK
Uua IM tlh iUy f rVruV.
wit.
Trturr ef t Oty r 1UmJm
im fM. i c.
Utt piKl Mar .
IWNIION, (iKHil)S'
DR. L. I'. SORKNSON
Dimliat
HAMKIN, OKI CON
(J.
I . TKKAnOOI.D
Attorney imd Counselor
at Lmm
iMm, wt, KuJk BMMI ami,
BenjaRiin Ostiind
Ceniullmg Engineer and
ArcKitrct
0W. to IWi ku.
HANlH'N MKrilOS
UK. R. V. LEW
Pkymrvt ,v Surgeon
IWWDON. ORKCON
DR. ARTHUR OALir
Physieian A Surgeon
UAUO. uKl.tiO.N
DR. S. C. EKD1CO TT
o iu. 7i, h-i. iw nr.
KA..NIKJN. oKK(nt-
DR. I. L. SCOFIKUD
(ioli uarc iiiu juu j, n
ft
Real Estate4
FireInkurance
finnd I nts in Azalea Park. $25 ds
per mqntli. Bargain in business lot (WFhlj;
m
Ofdr Your Freight Sent! IwilriBlQiiftl'ab'v
S. S. ELltXmiM
LrjTwpBrth Outttde State Room wjth Rjuipln jWer
Eight Day Service Between the CoquiMetjRiver nrd
.'lSan, Francisco
First Class Passenger, iFxire$7&0
Freight Rates, $3 on In,9 mqkUt
.jT.Ill I. AUS
Reiervationat Fahrman't Pharmacjr, Coquille; Perkiiu', Myrtle Point
E. & E. T. Krtuc; trwncti nd jfioi, 24 California ShrSatrFiancisco.
J. E. Wal'strom, Agent, Bandon. k
-nsr
Equipped with W.V 1
. r r.
ALWAYS' ON 'i Vti'C '
QAII liurc
Froni Portland tvery'TueifdKyrntft8J,P."iM:f
hrom Coos Bay Everr, ri.tt,uo.y, . wrr;
vice of the TM.m ....
Confirm. SailingaJThrimaiiirt. K.' S"" ,!i " 1
Phone1 142"
if
Hotel
4
Rates $1.00 to $2.00 per day:
, Special rates by weekormonth
Sample room in connection
Bandon
Oregon
ii c nii'i'i.i:
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Coos County Means Opportunity See Bandon First. il
DIPPEL & WOLVERTON
Choice Farm Lands and City Property
I IKl; IN'SlKANCK
NOIAKV 1'UIII.IC
KKNTAUS
HOOK.KKKI'INO
GUY DIP1-1.K
AUDITING
ACCOUNTING
KKAl. r.STATE'
'1
Band
on
1st Street Opposite P; O.-
I'ARNl !NOS
iNsxkiMr?rrtr
CONVKV'AK3fcs'
t. in t J
DO YOU
I SK YOUR TELEPHONE TO ADVANftXdl
WHY NOT
It is cheaper to talk than to travel. We ' have
stations in Coos ami Curry counties and connect
tlic Ucll system at Rosebiirg.-
COOS BAY HOME TELEPHONE to.l
to
.vi v
I
Sam Sajrsrr
lm la
via x
The volume df busiii
we are doing attests
the excellence of
M. brands and"rh'ethfaaj;r
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