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SEMI-WEEKLY BANDOM RECORDER, FRIDAY, MAY ftTH, ml
Rates $1.00 to $2.00 per day.
Special rates by weekormdnth
Sample room in connection
Published every Tuesday nnd Friday
by The Recorder Publishing Co., Inc.
Entered at tho Post Office at Ban
don, Oregon, as mail matter of the
C. E. ICOPF & A. W. ST I J ART
Edilors and Managers.
TID3 HARNESS MAN
omplete stock of har
ness, shopping bags,
trunks, suit cases, valises
and traveling bags.
How Delightfully Independent
is the woman who can make out n
check against hei; own bank account!
Whether she is Kointf shopping or
to pay for what she has already
bought, she feola tho pleasure of be
ing able to tender "her personal
check" for the amount. Ladies,
bank your money with us, and you
will find it not only convient and dig
nified, but also most profitable too.
Make all checks payable and addresf
all communications to the company
W. C. HAWLEY
Candidate for He-Nomination.
AT THE REPUBLICAN DIRECT
PRIMARY ON FRIDAY, MAY
Subscription price, .$1.50 per year, ir
THE BANK OF BANDON
WHY NOT HAVE AN EXTENTION TELEPHONE INSTALLED
IN YOUR RESIDENCE, THE PRICE HAS BEEN REDUCED
TO CO CENTS PER MONTH.
THINK OP THE UNNECESSARY STEPS THIS WILL
J, SAVE JCUU.
COOS BAY HOME TELEPHONE CO.
The Recorder sees no causo foi
complaint with Congressman Haw
ley. Ho has worked earnestly anc
well for the interests of this district
He has succeeded in lnosj; of his un
dertakings, and where he has failec
it has not been for want of conscien
tious effort. Ho is entitled to th(
nomination at the hands of the Repub
licans for his piist good showing.
In discussing the business outloo'
in Coos county the Coos Bay Time,
makes the following optimistic re
mark: "Confidence in the futur
of Coos Bay and all Coos county wa,
never greater than it is .today. Con
sidcring the general condition of thi
country investors arc- indisposed t
buy except at bargain counter price!
while present owners having full con
fidencc in tho future refuse to mak
concessions to induce sales. Thes.
features make the realty market in
actiyo but it means only a temporar;
marking time. The future of Coo
Bay is as great as its resources ar
rich, and its people are as confiden
of its possibilities as need be. The
building of the 1 ail way, the develop
ment of the harbor continues nnc
these are the things that make con
ditions good here when other sec
tions are suffering from stagnation.'
Automobile and Machine
Bring yourwork to the Garage and Machine
' Shop. Everything done with neatness and
dispatch. Agent for Buick Automobiles.
M. D. SHERRARD, Bandon, Ore.
How Many Years
Will Your Car Last?
The oil you use is an important item in determin
ing this question. Your car cost a great deal. Oil
costs very little. It is poor economy to use anything
but a high tirade quality oil.
the Standard oil
for motor cars
is the be$t automobile oil the Standard Oil
Company can make produced after 40 year
experience in the manufacture of oils for hundreds
of different purpotei and backed by the Company i
lonn etUbluhed quality guarantee, You can rely on
'erolrne with akwlute confidence, It it giving
tatisfactory tetvke to thousands of moturUu,
Jirslrri everywhere, Adc
our irarcM agency about do
limy In Imlk.
Attendants at the council meetin;
Wednesday night were given an ex
ample of official favoritism whicl
hns no doubt been going on for sonv
time. When the matter of printinj
the pamphlets for the spring olec
tion was under discussion, City At
tornoy Fceney gave it as his opinior
that the work should go to tho of
ficial city newspaper without bidt
being' asked from tho other , news
papers. Last year when Tho Record
er was the official newspaper, work
of this class was given to tho lowesl
bidder excepting work in which Mr
Fceney had the giving out, such at
city briefs, in which case the Record
er was not even given a chance to
bid. The pamphlets for the city elec
tion last year were given to tho low
est bidder, Mr. Fceney was City At
torney at that time, and The Record
er was the official paper for the city
Why this change of opinion? Can it
bo that tho City Attorney, having a
personal grievance against this news
paper, is using his official position to
vent his spito?
He has gained a high standing and
jscful experience in Congress, which
s at the service of every locality in
He freely and gladly docs all that
;an be done for every man, woman
ind child in the District who makes
l request, and has aided thousands
When Congress is not in session ho
spends the time going over the dis
tricts, learning its needs and the
wishes of the people.
Members of tho Rivers nnd Har
ors Committee have said that he
tnows about the waterways in his
District and presents their merits
nore effectively than any other who
ippears before them.
FOUR PER CENT of the WHOLE
imout apropriated in the present
livers and Harbors bill is for this
He has already secured over
54,000,000 for tho waterways, build
ngs and other public purposes and
vill add to that at this session over
52,000,000 more, which is an average
f over $870,000 per year.
HE IS JUST AS DILIGENT, PER
SISTENT AND SUCCESSFUL IN
VLL OTHER MATTERS PROMOT
NG THE WELFARE OF THE PEO
'LE AND THE COUNTRY.
A VOTE FOR HIM IS A VOTE
'OR A FAITHFUL, INDUSTRIOUS
IONEST, ABLE AND EFFECTIVE
Congress now being in session he
eaves his candidacy in tho hands of
.ho voters, to whom he is profoundly
grateful, while he serves their inter
asts in Washington.
He will appreciate all that is said
nd done in his behalf. (Pd. Adv.)
As a Republican I hereby announce
myself as a candidate for represen
tative from Coos county, subject to
tho decision of tho republican vot-.rs
at tho primaries on May 15th.
My platform is tho well known
statement of Abraham Lincoln, that
"this is a government of the people,
by the people and for the people."
This famous statement of "Honest
old Abo" covers the whole field and
range of our civil government, holding
the same relation to it that the Gol
den rule holds to tho moral law.
C. R. Barrow
Coquillo, April 14th
For County Judge
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for County Judge before
tho republican primaries on May 1C,
and if nominated nnd elected I will
guarantee an economical administra
tion of county affairs,
W. C. Chase, Coquille, Ore.
0G12 VOTERS REGISTER
ED FOR THE PRIMARIES
When the registration Books clos
ed for the primaries last week there
were GC42 voters registered in Coos
County. Of this number 3500 are
Republicans, 1800 Democrats. 150 Pro
gressives and 1200 Independents, So
I hereby announce myself as n can
didate for tho nomination of sheriff
by tho democratic party at tho pri
mary election May 15, 1914.
If nominated and elected I will con
duct the office along tho most econ
omical lines possible, consistent with
efficiency, and do my best to enforce
all criminal laws.
W. W. Gago
International Harvester Oil 1
and Uas fengmes
The I H C Line
CHAIN AND HAY
. , MACII1NU
ftl, Sjwin. l,
iDUk .. .
f IM MMtvl
SUCCESSFUL farmers are no longer
asking, "Shall 1 buy an engine?"
They have passed that point and now in
quire, "Which engine shall I buy?"
A littlo caroful observation will show that Inter
national Harvi'htrr cnglnea uro the iiiott sutiafactory.
No doubt i left when foaturos Ilka tho following uro
Kindled: Detachable valve Kuldt, offset cylinder
hooil, furl iuni), fiplit'liub lly.wheels, extra largo
intako nnd exhaust valves, etc.
Al( tho won who have used I H C cngliiM, That
l tho Ih (tat. They wfll explain tho excellence of
fctuJy the DUKliiai yourself at the niwrMt uealtr'it
v.m liiicrimiioiial Jlurveti:i' uu&Um are pld,
They m made In all Ml', unJ fut,n Iu klxe turn
1 1 bi i, p, ' hoy o rno on low mi4 wh li""J
mill H um) D M'ii'1 llieu) w will Ml ysm wk 0 lw
uny ln Ui A Jlt) wl ait,
, E, T. WOLVERTON II. C. DIPPEL '
Cloos County Mcam Opportunity See Bandon First
1 CHOICE FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY y,
DIPPEL & WOLVERTON
REAL ESTATE X
FARM LANDS i'
BANDON :: :: :: :: OREGON ,
FIRST STREET, OPPOSITE POSTO.FFIOE
For Your Garden
The new soil of this section requir
es a COMMERCIAL LERTlUZEIt, y.
giving it what nature Inched. You
must have it for your garden to get
the best results. We have a largo .;
supply at a very reasonable price.
Central Feed Co. i
Central Warehouse Phone 142
We want you
For our customer not just today, but tomor
row and for all time to come, if
and prompt delivery
is what you want
WE HAVE YOU
SPARK S GROCERY
, Succeieor to A. E. While
I Stands for Reliability. When you
:: buy any of the Pensular Remedies
:: you are sure of getting the best.
If You Have a Cold Use
f. Pensular Childrens Cough Syrup
Pensular Cherry Cough byrup
Pensular White Pine 6c Spruce Balsam
Pensular Laxative Cold Ureaker
To Remove Tan
? and keep the skin smooth there is nothing like Pen
t sular Cucumher and Almond Cream and Pensular
Buttermilk Cerate. '
Can Be Bought At
I The Bandon Drug Company
J "The Pensular Slore" Only
AM, WORK GIJAJUNTEI.D
Do you w;mt jnjr dnitf
nnd dciiK Hiiiiili'i. ihw
iwrt'mnm, Imlr hvimm,
nm UiWui unklm'l If
1 A i
Hotel Bandon '
j Ameritan Plan, S1.0U v
X and ?1.50 per da J
European Plan, room '
I 5(k , 75c & $1 per (Iu 5
I E. O. CASSIDY Prop
Hmtmhr wutil uii tail ihiiII
Mr, Guy Dipplo j
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