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" SEMI-WEEKLY BANDON RECORDER, FRIDAY, APRIL 17th, 1914
IIIHItMIII IIIIIIIMMMI MIMI I H
I PQ YOU KNOW
The City Market-has
the most up-to-date
in Southern Oregon
Having just installed
modern machinery to
facilitate turning out
tempting, jmcy sausage.
The City Meat Market
Geo. Erdman, Prop. Phone 193
H l Mill
Readers of the
Special Bargains in Farm
Lands and City Property
SQUARE DEftL REALTY CO. '
MRS. W. W. WOLFE
- 'rv-' ...
Do you wnt pure drug
and ilrug sundries, fine
perfumes, hair brushes,
and toilet articles? If
So call on
C.Y. LOWE, Bandon
i Hotel Bandon
.?. ' i
I and" $1.50 per
European Plan, rooms
50c, 75c & $1 per day
E. a CASSIDV Prop.
t t t
G-room house, nowly ro-modcl-ed,
and lot 88x132 on Jackson
Avenue, hear City Park. Street
work done. Only $900; terms
"on part of this price.
WICK II A M II O U S E
Is again open for bus
iness n n d HolicltB
your patronage when
ut the County sent.
K. W1CKIJAM, Prop.
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Bandon Lodge,1 No. 130, A. F. &
A. Mi Stated communications first
Saturday after the full moon of
each month. 'Special communications
,i Master Masons cordially invited.
C. R. MOORE, W. M.
PHIL PEARSON, Secretary.
Occidental Chapter, No. 45, O. E.
S., meets Saturday evenings before
and after stated communications of
Masonic lodge. Visiting members
cordially invited to attend.
I L. KATE ROSA, W. M.
ROSA BINGAMAN, Secretary.
I .0. O. F.
Bandon Lodge, No. 133, I. O. O.
F., meets every Wednesday evening.
Visiting brothers in good standing
S.. E. HINES, N. .
LOGAN KAY, Secretary.
Knights of Pythias.
Delphi Lodge, No. C4, Knights of
Pythias. Meots every Monday ev
ening at Knights hall. Visiting
knights invited to attend.
G. R. McNAIR, C. C.
B. N. HARRINGTON, (K. of R. S.
Loyal Order of Moose.
Meets Thursday evenings In I. O.
O. F. hall. Transcient Moose cord
ially invited. Something 'doing ev-
I ory Thursday.
Ocean Rebekah Lodge, No. 126, I.
O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Tuesdays at I. O. O. F. hall. Tran
cient members cordially invited.
LENA DAVIDSON, N. G.
MINERVA LEWIN, Secretary.
W. O. w.
"With Chnrity Towards All"
Seasido Camp, No. 212, W. 0. W.
meets Tuesdays, K. of P. hall, 8 p.
m. Visitors are assured a hot wel
come. By order of x
W. A. KELLER, C. C.
C. M. GAGE, Clork.
For Joint Representative.
I am a candidate for Joint Roprc
suntatlvo fism Coos and Curry coun
ties boforo the Republican primaries
May 15th. JJ. J, LONEY,
Port Orford, Oro.
I (if ruby uiinouncu myself hh n ran-
ilhlfito (or the iiomlimtlon of mM
Uy the ilcmorrutfi! jWry ,lt ,H
mury vwemn my 1(5, mi,
It noniliiulod iwl olevtwl I will .'!.
(Illl'l lilt) offlfH uhmg ihu imikt tWlll.
In the County Court of the Statu of
.Oregon For the County of Coos
In the Matter of the
To 'Ada- B. Roberts, .Charles, Nos
ler. Frank Nosier,- Quincy Nosier,
Irvine Urquhart, Abe Nosier, Julia
Hasscnmillcr, Florence Urquhart
and all person" interested in the es
tate of said deceased, GREETING
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
WHEREAS in pursuance of a pot
ition for the sale of the real estate
filed in the above entitled cause and
Court, the Honorable John F. Hall
judge thereof did on the 26th day o
March, 1914, make an order in ref
crenco to the said petition as follows
It appearing to this court by th
petition of Florence Urquhart, Ivce
cutrix, of the last will and Testament
of Martha J. Nosier, deceased, met
in this court praying for an order ol
sale of real estate that it is necessarj
to sell the real estate belonging
tho said deceased, to pay the claim:
against the said estate and tho ex
penscs of administration thereof.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED
fby this court, that all persons inter
cstcd in the estate of said deceased
appear beforo this Court at the Coun
ty Court room at the Court House it
Coquille City, Coos county, Oregon
on Monday, tho 4th day of May, 1914
at the hour of one o ciock p. m. oj
said dajLp show icause, if any, whj
an order should not be granted to Un
said Florence Urquhort as Exccutri
of the estate of Martha J. Nosier,
to sell the real property described in
said petition as in said petition pray
cd for, and to-wit;. a G-10 interes
in the NW4 of ,.SEU and lots G and
7 in section soven, township twenty
eight south of range thirteen west of
the Willamette Meridian in Coos
county, Oregon, lot three in Block
in the Town of Riverton in Coos
county, Oregon. And it is further
ordered that a copy of this order bo
served upon the heirs and devicces
of said deceased in the same manner
as a summons, that a copy be served
upon the non-residents of this stat
by publication for four successive
weeks in a newspaper published in
this county to be chosen by the ex
Dated this 25th day of March, 1914
(Signed) John F. Hall, Judge.
NOW THERWORE, You aro here
by cited and required to appear in
tho County Court of the state of Or
egon, for the County of Coos, at the
Court room thereof, at Coquille, in
the County of Coos, on Monday, tho
4th day of May, A. D. 1914, at
o'clock, in the afternoon of that day
then and there to show cause if any
why an order should not be granted
to tho 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 6-10 interest in the
NWV4 of SEVi and lots six and scv
en in section seven, township twen
ty-eight, south of Range thirteen
west of Willamette Meridian in Coos
County, Oregon. Lot 8 in Block 3 in
tho town of Riverton in Coos county,
WITNESS, tho Hon. John F. Hall,
Judge of tho County Court
of the state of Oregon, for
tho county of Coos, with
(seal) the seal of said Court aftlx
ed, this 28th day of March,
A. D. 1914.
Geo. P. Topping,
Attorney for "tho Estate.
April 3 May 1 F.
Notice to Contractors
NOTICE is hereby given that seal
cd bids will be received for CLEAR
ING AND GRADING tho Bear Creel
Bandon road from Bear Creek toward
Bandon according to the plans and
specifications prepared by tho county
rood Master and on filo in tli oilico of
wo county clerk.
Tho County Court reserves tho
right to reject any and nil bids and
to nwnrd the contract to a bidder not
the lowest should they deem it for tho
best interest of tho county.
All bids to be filed with tho County
Oierk on or beforo the 7th day of May
A. I). 1914, at tho hour of 10 o'clock
A. M., on which duy such contract
shall bo let. A certified check for
llyo (15) per rent of the amount of thi'
bid to bo deposited with tho County
Clork with bid, to bo forfeited to the
county. In ruse contract ahull l n
warded, and tho contractor shall fall
neglect or refuMt for period of ten
duy after audi award i nimlu to piu
ler Into the niiiliuct mul file Inn bond
to Hut wlUfmlloii of tho Count)'
CoiMl un ipijiilri'il by Uw
PuM it Hid city (,( (Unt tuw
llounly, thwb ihh MIL duv of Ait-
.11 niu w ' 9
RESTORED ms COURAGE,
The Incident 'Took the Fright Out of
' the Raw Recruit.
An old soldier, telling how nervous
be was before Ills ilrst buttle, said: "I
Vas scared through nnd through nnd
besides that. I yns wared for fear
swnebodyelse woiild ilnd It out. t was
nineteen, nnd I've often thotighrtbat
lT'lt hadn't been foV n little thing that
happened tollstniet my mind while
we were on tho inarch, my legu never
would have carried niu to the front.
"Wo were In camp and Just getting
rendy to have our dinner, when orders
enmo for us to hurry forward nnd join
a brigade that was to engage the
enemy. So we had to gobble down n
cold snack and start Having my first
battle loom up before me sudden like
ttint I couldn't eat much of anything
nnd I didn't havo much stomach for
fighting. At first I was looking round
for a haystack to scoot for and hide
In. but nfter a time I began to get In
terested In the left hand overcoat
pocket of riper, the ranu In front of
"It looked to mo as If there was
something very much alive In that
pocket Every now nnd then Piper
would clasp his hnnd over It nnd I
could hear stilled noises from the
depths of tho pocket that made me
suspicious. Tho lieutenant heard them,
too, for twice he turned round nnd
looked fierce enough to eat us.
. "By and by, when Piper was off his
gunrd, tho thing poked Its head out
far enough to screech: 'Cut! Cu'
rtpcr ho squelched the second 'cut
cut It In two, you might say, but the
lieutenant heard something and ho
looked round nnd shouted. 'Silence In
the ranks there 1'
"The men near Piper snickered, but
nothing more happened till the order
camo down the line to shift our guns
to tho right shoulder. Thonof course,
Piper had to use both hands, and the
minute ho let go of his pocket nut
scrambled as mad a pullet as you ever
saw, and when she'd flopped on to the
ground sho scurried away, screeching,
'Cut! cut! cnh-dah-cutl' at the top or
her lungs. Well, the captain couldn't
help hearing that and naturnlly ho
looked back to see what the row was,
and when he saw what had happened
ho sung out at the top of his volr
" 'Corporal Davis, take three Pn
aqd taring bnck that deserter!' '
"That mnde everybody feel middling
cheerful, but those who knew where
tho chicken had come from got a real
good l'augh when Piper put his hand
Into his pocket nnd pulled out n new
laid egg. Honestly. I forgot all about
being nfrald after that." Youth's Com
Not His Fault
There was a certain sporting Eng
lish nobleman who was exceedingly
lucky ut cards, but very unfortunate
on the turf. Ills wife wondered and
"Why is It you nlways win at cards,"
sho asked, "and always loso when you
"Well, my dear," camo tho gonial
reply, "I don't shuffle tho horses."
Control selfind tho first step is
taken toward omfng n power. Tho
youth whoso omn hasty passions and
uncontrolled nJptltes run away with
htm Is a cipher as far as real strength
He Stirred Up Business.
With a view to stirring up business
a restaurant Keeper in an Kugiisu
town placed one day a rather daring
announcement at tho door of his place
Waiting until next day, a man went
in nnd had dinner enough for two. As
ho wns leaving without paying, tho
toe rnoriiiBTon htoitud him.
proprietor stopped him nt tho door
and demanded payment.
Tho queer notice was sun posieu
at tho door, and tho customer, Mjit-
lug to it, asked what it meant.
"It meiiHH exnetly .what it says," re
plied tho angry proprietor: "There is
no chnrgo for dinner tomorrow."
"Good!" said tho customer. "My
naiiio Is Morrow, so I am entitled to a
Rilsy'e Oold Mins,
"Jnnio Whllcninb Hlley." wild a
dentlHt, "carrle u great ijuniitliy of
gold In hW mouth. Oim dayaod In
(he operilllng thnlr, while miWii minor
repair work was going on, J left him
for H moment. I htmrd a umiUt mur
rnjir Mr, lliley hud laken up n huiid
mirror, wa looking nl pin ihiii, nnd
liwliililiig In ii Inik io hluiHHf 'WnJI,
well, Hi'll.' wild li Jmm'I. 'wn
TMt fci if
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For Your Garden I
I; Tlte mw. soil of this section rcquir
. , -V aiofiMEClA L 'hBHTIirZER,
givingitli)hal nature Incited. You
must have it for your garden to get
tltc best results. We have a 'large
supply at a very reasonable price.
Central Feed Co.
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For our customer not just todny, but tomor
row and for all time to come, if
and prompt delivery
is what you want
WE HAVE YOU
BANDON TRANSFER LINE
Gatchell Brothers, Props.
All kinds of heavy and light draying. Phone orders
f given prompt attention. .Darn corner First & Edi-
son. Fish Property. .Telephone (541.
Got Any Time To
Use electric appliances for tjie household
work and you will have time for other
things. Let us demonstrate them to you
BANDON POWER COMPANY
GEO. RID OUT
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Room 3, McNair Building. Bandon, Oregon, j
Mrs. Guy Dipple
I HEADACHES CAUSED BY
Eyestrain can not bo cured with mod'
I'OHL, Optometrist at Sahro
I will deliver m il wood to any part
of tho city for ?D0 per load.
GEO. B. MORGAN, the wooil man.
I hereby announce myself aa n
candidate for the nomination of coun
ty Clerk, on tho republican ticket of
County, to bo submitted to tho
vnto of tho people at the primary el
ection, May jr.lli, 11)1-1.
2fltf V. I). KKU8H
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wiujtt ler UMHUf JtMlttv hfon
iku ifptibUflftii prtifwrte wi. Uuf 14,
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to A. E, Whit-
, Contractor 'and
S. D. Kelly, Propriolo,
rjght nnd Iloavy liiiul
Inir promntly done
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