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SEMI-WEEKLY BANDON RECOR PER, FRIDAY, APRIL' 17th, 1914
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With each 50c purchase a numbered ticket
good for a chance on the following piizes valued from
$75.00 to $10.00 each will be given free:
1st Prize one $75.00 Victor-Victrola
2nd " $25 Check to apply on $75 Victor-Victrola
3rd " WO " - " " $50 "
4th " $15 " " " $40 "
5th " $10 " " " " $25 "
Tickets given on "Agate Cutting," "Repairing,"
"Manufacturing," as well as purchuses.
We carry a splendid stock of Watches, Jewel
ry, Clocks Silverware and Cut Glass.
Telephone 751 Bandon, Oregon Lowe Bldg.
Distributers of Victnr-Victrolas
In the Circuit Court of the State ol
Oregon,, in and for the County of
N. Elizabeth Monroe,
Charli3 0. Monroe,
To Chnrles O. Monroe, tho above
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON: You are hereby re
quired to appear und answer the com
plaint filud against you in tho above
entitled suit, within si weeks from
the date of tho first publication of
this summons, to-wit: within six
weeks from the 17th day of April,
1914, and if you fail to appear and
answer on or before the 29th of May,
1914, that date being the last day of
the time proscribed In the order of
publication, the plaintiff will apply
to tho Court for tho relief asked for
in the complaint (Med in this cause,
a succinct statement of which is:
a decree for absoluto divorce, giving
the custody of minor child to plain
tin", and for an order directing de
fendant to pay to the Clerk of the
Court for Plaintiff's use in the niain
tainanco and education of said child,
tho sum of $35 per month during the
minority of such child, costs and dis
bursements, and such further relief
as tho Court doom proper to grant.
This summons is published by order
of tho Honorable John F. Hall, judge
of tho County Court of tho State of
Oregon, in and for the County of Coos
said order being dated April 10th,
C. It. WADE,
i?2-7tF. . Plaintiff's Attorney.
(Continued from first page
and wero sorved with breakfast.
Thanks wero given .to the Lord,
the monks left tho room and the Ab
bot of the monastary welcomed the
and after a conversation desired Mar
tin to become a monk. Martin ag
reed after delivering his message to
Good to his promises, he returned,
accepted tho blessing of tho Abbott
and became n faithful servant of tho
Many good deeds ho did to help
the poor and those in need, sat up
with tho Rick and dicing, refreshing
and strengthening the weary nml
sick at heart. His name soon was
carried from one place to another un
til tho Emperor Constantino heard
of tho good man.
Thu Emperor commanded him to
At lliu assembly of great nobles
frtlU'l l mi l
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Goods of Qualit y
ind their ladies, gathered in a roo.v
lecorated with arms and bustn av
furnished in greatest luxury, Mnrtii
Jus poor monk entered dressed in hit
.ind his naked foot, his head barc.b
his hands a small stick in the for;,
of a cross.
Before the emperor he knelt, hi
commanded, "Arrwc monk, thy gooi
Jecds have pleased me, from now or
you shall bo tho Bishop of tho Dis
trict". Martin arose, he delivered at onct
Khis "Gratias" in song and prayer
ind emperor, knights and nobles a
round him knelt to accept his bless
ing. Can you, tho reader find n moral
in this legend.
Whom do you worship, God o
It is reported that Mr. Davidson
of Langlois, who was the successful
bidder on the mail contract between
Bandon and Port Orford, has rented
tho Masterson residence in town and
will open it up into a hotel in tho
near future. Port Orford Tribune.
In a communication from W. H
Meridith of Port Orford, candidal
for congress on tho democratic tickt-t
ho informs us that prospects arc look
ink brighter every day and ho expects
to win tho nomination nt the primar
ies in May with a good safe major
The marksman may accidently
hit the bull's eye once in a
great while, but Hard Work,
Persistence, Determination .&
Practice are the prime factors
that eventually win success.
You have only to look nrotind
you to realize this truth. .Ev
ery successful man you know
those you read nbout in the
news columns owe their suc
cess in no small measure to
their early formed habit of
putting aside regularly a por
tion of their earnings. You
start now by opening an ac
count at this safe bank.
FIRST NAT'L BANK
Open during Noon Hour n"dS(vtur.
l 1 1 1 f'H HH"HW
DISCRIMINATING MAN 1
lute gitrii a griMl dral of attention to the
iuiMiiriu nf our Job Iri4itinrm, ix vt arc
smart llut lliu, rimihiut-d nith lirt i'Ijh miI.iiium
lil, it a ttrn argiynriii In favor of hc QI'AI I J
if mir Jul) Punting
hm'A Coimlnil Willi Good Work
SEESi SHARE OF
Association Tries to Further
Interests ot Americans.
OPPORTUNITIES ARE WIDE.
attempt to Impress State Depart
ment at Washington With the Necei
ity For Instant Action In Order That
Americans May Share Profits Oth
er Nations Have Acted.
Peking, China. The Americans of
North China have formed n society
under the style of the Amerlcnn Asso
ciation of North China to foster the
Interests of American commerce.
They want a commercial nttacho to
bo assigned to duties of Investigation
throughout China following the prnc
tlcofof other , nations, which keep a
lively propaganda campaign afoot on
boJialf of their nationals and they are
appealing to the American state de
partment to appoint such an olllclal.
Foremost among those who recognize
tho need for activity Is tho new minis
ter. Paul Ueinsch. Dr. Uclnsch brings
to his ofllco a keen perception of the
tremendous possibilities which await
Intelligent effort In this field and a de
sire to see the American flag holding
Its own if not topping tho bunting of
Cnreful investigations have shown
him that Americans ha"o great oppor
tunities for a market which Is not only
valuable but which It is also necessary
to cultlvatu now In order to huvo It
developed When tho opening of tin
Panama canal will cause the westward
drift of trade to become more and more
Tho association, if It develops along
the llncsjthe founders have In view,
will be "rod for the government. It
will vigilantly protect American Inter
DR. TADIi IlKINBOIL
ests, advise tho administration upon
conditions and suggest action best cal
culated to keep American commerce
moving with nn upward tendency
rather thun stagnating or slipping
Tho Urst desire, therefore, -is for tho
appointment of a commercial attache,
whose duty It will bo to report con-
tantly upon commercial conditions.
ourney to various centers and make
compilations which will bo of material
benefit to those engaged or who wish
engage In operations In this part of
Tho consuls at mnny porta already
contribute valuable aid In this direc
tion through their commercial reports,
but a consul Is restricted In his sphere.
Tho commercial attache would hare
more of a roving commission, and his
information could be first hand. Other
nations have such officials constantly
on tho lookout for new avenues.
As a mutter of fact, this proposal is
not now. It was being Investigated
by the p'rcvlous administration und tho
probability is that a commercial at
tache would have boon at work In
China had thero been no change. That
It Is a desirable one Is obvious.
China Is the largest market In the
world thnt Is In process of develop
ment. Railway communication , is
being pushed ahead vigorously. Within
the past year the government signed
agreements with foreign financiers for
the construction of nioro mileage than
has been allotted In tho past thirty
Every other nation Is striving ener
getically to lay foundations for com
mercial development, whllo America,
the logical supplier, is Idle. Americans
In China appreciate this to the full,
and the formation of the North Chlnn
mtoclntlou Is their uiwwer to tho ques
tion as to whn t they are doing to try
to mnku tho home luiul understand that
there Is n magnificent market await
ing exploitation, but which will not bu
permit til lo iiwalt much longer. Other
untloiiM are wide nwnko nml are m
curing the pliiinu nn fint in they ran
6h Win Haircut and Hhsvs,
Orlluy. fl. J) -At n rmw ttnmm'
limllfiilf hunt buxjiu futin ffw'1
iriw for Vflrlmjn iilillll. 'flm y.
jugtf ImrU-r nflVrn) u ihillnr toli n(
hamfm Ihjuld for (lie temi JUiiil ft
jwiirii urn) ;i ftiiuw ummi tr
lw wi;ri lwf Mr j, Fiiiri miu
Dnzcd tho Crank.
David P. ltiiirow.s, M hlle acting prfl
ident of the University of California,
one day received a iuei'f visitor. Lean
and terribly earnest, the man broko
Into Burrows' study.
'I urn the prophet Mlcah," he an
nounced, "and I have a need for your
service. Tho world Is soon to come to
nn end. Could you not spread tho tid
ings through the university?"
Dr. Barrowx shook his visitor by the
hand, collected his thoughts and re
plied"! believe that nt no time wns
there such a crying need for prophets.
But. unfortunately, prophesying Is nn
nrt with which I am unfamiliar. I am
not even In close sympathy with It and,
as I nm unable to comprehend what
you have accomplished, I confess In
ability to participate ns a prognostl
cator." Whether It was the unexpected reply
or the quick fire of so many words that
dazed tho visitor will never be known.
Certain It Is the limn backed to the
door and uttered tho lnadcquntc reply.
"Yes." San Francisco Chronicle.
Gentlemen of Leisure.
One of the upper ten thousand, once
Visiting America, accepted the hospi
tality of a gentleman In New York.
When taking farewell of his host the
latter asked him whnt he thought ot
the American people.
"Well," answered the nobleman, "I
like them Immensely, but I miss some
thing." "What Is that?" naked the Yankee.
"I miss tho aristocracy." replied the
"What are they?" naively nsked his
"Tho aristocracy!" said the noble
man In a somewhat surprised tone of
voice. "Why. they are people who do
nothing, you know; whoso fathers did
nothing, you know; whose grandfathers
did nothing, you know In fact, the
Ilere he Wos Interrupted by the
Amcrlcnu. wjio chimed In with. "Oh.
we've plenty of them over here, but
we don't call them arlstocracy-
them tramps." Exchange.
Washington's Only Joke.
Tho only admirable quality In which
Washington was deficient wns humor.
Ono of the very few jests he ever
made perhaps the only one has de
scended to posterity on tho nuthorlty of
his ald-do-camp. Colonel Humphreys.
General Washington rather prided
himself on his riding, so the colonel
ono day when they wero out hunting
together dared him to follow over one
particular hedge. Tho challenge wns
accepted, and Humphreys led the way.
He took tho leap boldly, but to his con
sternation found that he had mistaken
the spot and was sunk up to his horse's
girth' In a quagmire. Tho general ei
ther knew tho ground better or had
suspected something, for, following at
nn easy pace, he reined up nt tho
hedge and. looking over nt his engulf
ed nld, exclaimed. "No. no. colonel, you
nre too deep for me!"
Massaged With Nettles.
Nettles nre said to be an almost cer
tain proof that man has lived on the
spot. Ono Urltlsh species, the so called
Homaii nettle, is said to be found only
where the Itomans have been. Coles,
the seventeenth century herlmllst. ex
plains, "It grows both nt the town of
T.ldde. by Itomnoy, and In tho streets
of tho town of Itonmey, In ICcnt, where
Julius Caesar landed, with his soul
dlers, and abode there a ccrtnlne time,
hnd for tho growing of It In that plnce
it is reported thnt the souldlers brought
some of the seedo with them and sow
ed It theru for their uho to rub and
chnfo their limbs when through tx
tream cold they should be stiff and be
numbed, being told btlfore they riiino
from homo that the cllmnto of Itrltnln
was ho extream cold It was not to bo
endured without some friction."
Tale of the Iron Duke.
Tho Duke of Wellington, If he did
not confer commissions in the urmy
upon little boys, went ono better In tint
way of promise. It Is Grant Duff who
tells the tale In his diary. "Dined
with the Spencer Walpoles. She told a
story of playing ns a child In tho gar
dens of Apsley house. Tins old duke
came out. and the children stood In a
row while ho passed. Ho stopped nnd
said to one of them: 'You nre a very
nice little fellow. When you nre old
enough I will glvo you n commission In
thp guards.' 'Hut I tun a dlrl, Mr.
Dook,' said the child."
Not a Magnet.
"Let mo sing the old songs In your
pnrlor," lisped the girl who thought sho
was a prima donna.
, "Please don't," begged the landlady.
"Ilut your boarders will bo carried
away by my singing."
"That's Just the trouble. The last
tlmo you sang they wero carried over
to U10 next boarding house." National
"I have poured every day this week
at Bomit function or other." remarked
thu vivacious girl.
"Well, well!" murmured the old gen
tleman who ovurheiird her. "Now I
know what in meant by the term 'u
reigning belle.' " -Ht. 1tuU llepublle.
Prank About It,
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would you like, iiimfiuii. MIh Lurjun -I'd
llko 11 Nn. , but IIhtm' "' lIK
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iu ywwr tio. f. ivwlmi 'i'tih'rili
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Midst of the
WE offer all sizes and colors with
prices ranging from 50 cents to
$i.50 each. Also a nice assortment
of Mexican silver filigree pendants,
charms and coin fobs, from $1.50 to
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Special rates by week or month
Sample room in connection
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dispatch. Agent for Btiick Automohileii.
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