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SEMI-WEEKLY BANDON RECORDER, APRIL 3RD, 1914.
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iw' I he iitv lviarKei nas
the most up-to-date
in Southern Oregon
Having just installed
modern machinery to
facilitate turning out
tempting, juicy sausage.
The City Meat Market
Geo. Erdman, Prop.
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Readers of the Bandon
Recorder, and Friends:
I weeks In n newspaper published in
this awunty to be chosen oy me executrix.
Dated this 25th day of March, 15114.
, (Signed) Jphn F. Hall, JudRC.
vnw THEREFORE. You are here-
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by cited and required to appear in
the County Court of the state oi ur
A.mn fnr tho County of Coos, at the
Court room thereof, at Coquille, in
the County of Coos, on Monday, tno
4th day of May, A. D. 1914, at 1
o'clock, in the afternoon of that day
then and there to show cause if any
why an ord6r should not be granted
to the said Florence Urquhart as Ex
ecutrix of the estate of Martha J.
Nosier, to sell the real property de
scribed in said petition prayed for;
and to-wit: A C-10 interest in the
NW.V4- of SE'A and lots six and sev
en in section seven, township twenty-eight,
south of Range thirteen
west of Willamette Meridian in Coos
County, Oregon. Lot 3 in Block 3 in
the town of Rivcrton in Coos county,
WITNESS, the Hon. John F. Hall,
Judtau of the County Court
of the state of Oregon, for
the county, of Coos, with
the seal of said Court affix
ed, this 28th day of March,
A. D. 1914.
Geo. P. Topping, v
Attorney for the Estate.
April 3 May 1 F.
Special Bargains in Farm
Lands and City Property
W; SQUARE DEAL REALTY GO
MRS. W. W. WOLFE
.Pure drugs i
Jfiio.ybu want pure drug
,and drug, sundries, fine
.perfumes, hair brushes,
fand toilet articles? If
so call on
C.:Y. LOWE, Bandon
II 111 It "IIHIMI
American Plan, $1.0Q i
I and $1.5i Per day j j
t European Plan, room? ; ;
$ 50e, 75c & $1 per day ; ;
I: E. G. CASSIDY Prop. J
Is again open for bus
iness , and solicits
your patronage when
at the County seat
MRS. G. R. WICKHAM, Prop.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon For the County of Coos
4r.tho Matter of the
MARTHA J. NOSLER
THREE ROOM HOUSE
AND TEV LOTS
i For sale at about one-half of,
' their value. $400.00,?200.00i
cash, balnnce terms. Inj
Highland Park 5 minutes,
walk to Mooro Mill. Good
weM, fine- garden soil suq
. A. HABERLY
at onco '
' , Vor Joint RepreHi-ntntlvi'. ,
. I uen n candidate for Joint Rcpro
sontativo from Coos and Currycoun
tic before the Republican primaries
May 16th. 13. J. LONBY,
Port Orford, Ore.
, . . , MIU Y'ood.
I will' deliver mlJI wood to nny part
of the illy for t'.OQ per load,
GKO, It, MORGAN, tku wood nmii,
mivjjk mat hciikdui-i:
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To Ada B. Roberts, Charles Nos
ier, Frank Nosier, Quincy Nosier
Irving Urquhart, Abe Nosier, Julin
Hasscnmillcr, Florence Urquhart
and nil person interested in the es
tate of said deceased, GREETING:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
WHEREAS in pursuance of a pet
ition for the sale of the real estate
filed in the nbovo enWtlod cause and
Court, the Honorable John F, Hall
judge thereof did on the 26th dtfr of
March, 1914, make an order in ref
orencc to the said petition as follows
It appearing to this court by the
petition of Florence Urquhart, Exe
cutrix, df the last will and Tsstmnent
of Martha J. Nosier, deceased, filed
in this court praying lor an order of
sale of real estate that it is necessary
to sell the real estate belonging to
the said deceased, to pay the claims
against the said estato and the ex
penses of administration thereof,
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED,
by this court, that nil persons inter
ested in the estate of said deceased,
appear before this Court at the Coun
ty Court room at tho Court House In
Coquillo City, Coos county, Oregon,
on Monday, tho 4ftl day. of May, 1011,
nt tho hour of ana o'clock p. in. of
nald day to show cause, If any, why
an order should hot bu grunted to tho
ftnld Florence UrqukWt as Executrix
of tho estato of Murtha i, Kinder,
to Ml tho ril property described In
said petition as In said petition pruy.
tut for, uml to.wlti u 0-10 Interest
III llio NWW of hh, lots um
7 111 kettlon seven, townlil twenty
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(lis VVIIIonuiItu Mvrldluii in lioon
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Items of Interest ConccrninR The
Doing of the Entire State
Salem, March 3. The Drain Can
nery and Growors Association has
completed arrangements for the erec
tion of a plant.
Tho Bay City plant of the Smith
Lumber Co. on Coos Bay has been
started and with connected industries
will cut 700,000 feet jn 24 hours.
The Lane county Manufacturers
Association will hold a Home Indus
tries exposition at Eugene from May
5th to 9th with factory congress.
The Canadian Flax Mills Co. has
decided to establish a plant at Port
land, and will handle about 100 tons
of flax tho .first year.
. The industries committee of the
Medford commercial club is in corre
spondence with the Borden Milk Co.
which wants to put in a plant.
Two candidates for the state sen
ate, who arc opposed to any further
industrial laws have been requested
to enter the field in Marion county.
The Portland Woolen Mills will
erect a two-story factory building at
St, Johns for the scouring and car
The Lamb Fruit company has pur
chased lots and is erecting a large
warohouse at Milton.
The Polk county fair will bo per
manently located on a sixteen acre
tract at Dallas, and improvements
are to bo made at onco.
Oregon newspaper nfcn in session
it Salem adopted resolutions against
any further legislation interfering
with business or industries.
J. H. Williams of Grants Pass and
A. II. Moon of Central Point hnve
plans oompletcd to erect a $60,000
sawmill, to be in operation May 1st.
Albany is considering the purchase
of a municipal paving plant to cost
from $7,000 to $9,000.
The State Highway Board has con
tracted for 50,000 barrels of cement
pfrom tho Beayer Cement Co. now
completing its plant at Gold Hill.
Tho Eugeno Fruit Growers Assoc
iation is establishing a branch nt
Junction City to cost about $15,000.
J. O. Richmond is looking over
Springfield for the W. R. Roach can
ning interests of Htrt, Mich., and
may put a plant in there.
Attorney General Crawford has
decided that municipalities will not
come under tho operation of the
workingmen's compensation act un
less they elect to do so.
Rev, Geo. F. Thompson and Rev.
E. V. O'Harn flHod locturo dates at
Albany on the minimum wage and
eight hour law for women.
All Industries will feel relieved at
tho decision of Judge Cleeton that
taxes will not becomo detlnquunt un
til September first.
A four foot voln of quartz has boon
struck In Suckor creek, Josephine
county, going 75c to $1,00 to tho pun
of crushed ore,
Big orders nro being taken in ad
vance tf the rHllroad going Into Coos
county, Htid lumber mills uro all pre
pring lo K"t- Into operation.
Tliu OuUiurJe-McDougHl Co, of
J'orlluiul, were wwurdi'd (bu rntrtn
lion itf H)uiiiilw dock No, u( 1'ort'
Mud, for tm,m.
Thu Oregon IHuu ky Jw being
itllMcUd by M kuionil suit, and Id
Wiling Will) ytvwml i;jipoli)ii dim)
Mt, Hlf Ul'lUtW Hill WttHl H
' 1 !iw AJMufyiili' law
THOMAS F. HAGGERTY
Over McNdir's Hardware Sttrc
C. R. WADE
DR. H. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Office over Drug Stare Houri, 9 to 12 a. m;
1:30 to 4 p. m :7 to 8 in the evening.
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Panter Building. Houri, 9 to 12 a. m;
I to 5 p. m.
DR. L. P. SORENSON
Office over Vienna Cafe. Telephone at office
6. T. TREADGOLD
Attorney and Counselor
"Office with Bandon Investment Company
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Rasmussen Building.
DR. ARTHUR GALE
Physician & Surgeon
Office ever Oiange Pharmacy. Office phone,
30i. Residence phone, X3i. ,
DR. S. C.ENDICOTT
Ofl.e Phone 71: Res. Phone 312
DR. I. L. SCOFIELD
Will occupy offices over Ilandon Dry
Goods Co. store after Jan. 15, 1914.
DR. H. M. SHAW
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
"Office Phone 330-J Res. Phone 105-J
Rooms 2IHI-1 Irving Block
P. A. SANDBERG
Surveys. Plans and Specification
Office Hank Ituihling
BENJAMIN OSTEIN D
Consulting Engineer and
Office in Thrift Building
high school building.
Astoria Is about to begin work on
tho construction of a retaining wnll
or bulk hend in front of tho city for
tho reclamation of tidolanUs.
Tho Washington Supreme court
has reduced tho jury verdict of $17,-
500 as too high for tho loss or a man's
llfV flxinc- it nt $10,000.
Union carpenters walked out on
tho state houso repairs contract no
cnufio the contractors employed two
non-union men. Tho contractor are
doing tho work on tho open shop bas
is, and find plonty of worker).
John R. Fitshiigh who will ralwt
broom corn on hl large farm near
Coburg will cBtnhllHh n broom fac
tory at Eugene. C'urhmd of machin
ery ban arrived,
A inlno of J'ulnt clay, nucIi uh Ik
uid by the Beaver Paint fortory nt
Hulem, lion Mil found near Water.
The teleiihonu roiilliuny will upend
f;io,f)0 putting ll inulii linen under
ground wl J'JUWJ.
I'liW "hMM HAT MIMA V.
i Mr IMjf tlmu tUm'$l mi
Good Lots in Azalea Park, $25 Down and $10 per
month. Bargain in Business Lot on First Street.
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I Order Your Freight Sent by the Old Reliable
S. S. ELIZABETH
Large Two-Berth Outside State Rooms With Run
Eight Day Service Between the Coquille River and
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER FARE, $7.50
FREIGHT RATES, $3 ON UP FREIGHT
Reservations: J. E. Norton, Coquille; Perkins',
Myrtle Point; E. B. Thrift, Langlois.
J. E. WALSTROM, Agent, Bandon
ft ? sTi iTi iti ifa iTa , iTa A iT .t A A A A .f.
I EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
S. S. BREAKWATER
ALWAYS ON TIME
From Porlland Every Tuesday at 8:00 P. M.
From Coos Bay Every Saturday at Service
of the Tide.
Confirm sailings through M. F. Shoemaker, Bandon t
Rates $1.00 to $2.00 per day.
Special rates by week or month
Sample room in connection
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II. C. DIPPEL
I Coos County Meanrs Opportunity See Bandon First
DIPPEL & WOLVERTON
CHOICE FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY
FIHE INSURANCE GUY DIPPEL CONVEYANCES
NOTARY PUIJLIC ..,... REAL ESTATE
RENTALS AUDI UNO FARM LANDS
IIOOK-KEf'.PING ACCOUNTING INSTRUMENTS
BANDON :: :: :: :: OREGON
FIRST STREET, OPPOSITE POSTOFFIC'E
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USH YOUIt TELEPHONE TO ADVANTAGE?
It is cheaper to talk than to travel. We have toll
stations in Coos and Curry counties and connect
with the Bell system at Roseburg.
COOS BAY HOME TELEPHONE CO.
Automobile and Machine
Hrinjr, your work to the Ganiue jiikI Mncliine
Shop, livervlhinji ilo'ic with nc;inu;KK mid
dispatch, A);;nt for Huick Aiiiomohilni.
M. D. SHERRARD, Bandon, Ore.
Hum MjrJfoJr timmifr
inv wan m
Mult ml m turnup 4 itf(i y