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BEMI-WEEKLY BANDON KBCORbfeft, frttlDAY, MAY 8TH, 1914
With each 50c purchase a numbered ticket
good for a chance on the following pnzes valued from
$75.00 to $10.00 each will be given tree:
Ut Prize one $75.00 Victor-Victrola
$25 Check to apply on $75 Victor-Victrola
$20 " " " " $50 " "
$15 " " ' " $40 " "
$10 J " " " $25 " "
Tickets given on "Agate Cutting," "Repairing,'
"Manufacturing," as well as purchases. .
We carry a splendid slock of Watches, Jewel
ry, Clocks Silverware and Cut Glass.
Telephone 751 Bandon, Oregon
Distributers of Virtor-Victrolas
Goods of Quality at the
ltenii of Interest Concerning The
Doings of the Entire State
Salem, Ore, May 4. During tho
past week two decisions have been
rendered affecting industries. A fed
eral court at Portland upheld tho Oro
gon Dluc Sky law, and the Supreme
Court upheld the second suit brought
by n working girl against the Mini
mum Wage law. Both will now be
taken to the Supreme Court .of the
It is proposed to use the wire grass
that grows on Youngs Bay near As
toria for the manufacture of paper.
This week tho manufacturers of
Lane county will hold an exhibit of
their products to encourage home in
dustries. " v
The Dalles has taught 140 acres
on the river front to give free sites
The Supreme court has upheld the
$200,000 bond Issue of Grants Pass
for the purpose of building a section
of-railroad to the coast
To relieve the unemployed, a bill
has been initiated to tax all estates
of $50,000 or over ten per cent for
fund to be expended by a depart
ment of public works.
A special vessel has been charter
ed to carry 48 great Oregon logs
the Panama Exposition for columns
for the Oregon building.
The Toledo co-operative creamer
is now in operation.
The Oregon Railroad Commission
is examining the books and the ac
counts of about fifty public utilitj
corporations to ascertain their phy
sical value and earnings.
Malheur county romona grange
went on record as opposed to tajfinr
mortgages, as tending to raise inter
est and keep capital out of Oregon
Astoria has appointed an industria
commissioners to promote factoriet
in the person of O. W. Taylor.
Molalla raised a bonus of $2,00!
for a pottery plant that is beinj
erected and will soon be in operation
A factory for tho manufacture
lead pipe has been established at Port
land, capable of making five thou
and miles a day.
uresnam lruic growers are mov
ing to establish a cannery.
It wus stated at the Portland Ro
tary Club that anyone with a fui
reputation and a good pair of lung
could put over most any kind of
freak measure in Oregon.
J. E. Tourtellotte, a Portland at
cnneci, suumiuea apian lor usinf
(reproofed wood building materia
for school houses at a saving of near
ly fifty per cent over brick or stone
Astoria has asked bids for the
first unit of public docks to unite rai
and water transportation.
Mayor Simpson of North Bend har
conducted an exhaustive investign
tion to ascertain the best paving ma
tcrial, and decides in favor of vil
rifled brick or bithulitic.
North Powder has passed an or-
ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE PUBLIC
The Bandon Drug Company wishes to an
nounce to the public that they have secured the
factory representation of the White Sewing
Machine and have received a large shipment
including all styles of this famous machine, which
is known the world over as "The King of All
Sewing Machines." '
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
We have a complete stock of supplies for
all sewing machines, and our Mr. Battle, who
has charge of our sewing machine department
is a "SEWING MACHINE EXPERT" and any
repairing, no matter what make machine, will
be quickly taken care of.
Old Machines Taken in Exchange
Easy Terms of Payment
If you have any repairing of any nature
whatsoever, drop me a card or phone 573.
We will be glad to bring a machine to your home
anil give you a thorough trial, free of all costs to you.
Bandon Drug Company
Jt, L. BATTLE, Mgr., Sewing Machine Dept.
dlnonce to construct a gravity water
Cottage Grove is erecting a cannery
to cost $0,000.
The Clearwater Lumber Co., of
Portland is clearing the site for tho
erection of a big mill.
The Portland Timberman has is
sued a bulletin apnouncing that by its
efforts it has secured a reduction on
lumber rates to fifty eastern cities.
Tho farmers around Burns have let
the contract for erection of a co-operative
meat packing plant.
The J. K. Armsby Fruit Co., is es
tablishing a packing house at Rose
burg. The De Luse Mining and Dredg
ing Co., has bought a large orchard
at Gold Hill and will work the ground
for placer gold.
The Presbyterian church of Eu
gene will be rebuilt of pressed brick
The merchants of Bandon bave a
grecd to close their places of busi
ness at 6 p. m. except Saturday, in
order that their employees may enjoy
a mi n recreation, which they are
justly entitled to, and will be the bet
ter able t serve your wants during
the day. With this object in view,
the public is asked to co-operate with
them by making their purchases be
fore fi p. m., which will be greatly
A. D. Mills
Good Lots in Azalea Park, $25 Down and $10 per
month. Bargain in Business Lot on First Street.
DO YOU KNOW
To the Democratic Voters.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for County Judge of Coos
County, Oregon, on the Democratic
tiokct for the coming primary elec
tion. I favor permanent highways
and the development of the wonder
ful wealth of Coos County consist
ent with economical and judicious
expcr.dituro of the taxpayers' money.
J. J. STANLEY,
tCtf. Coquille, Oregon
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, in and for the County of
N. Elizabeth Monroe,
Charles O. Monroe, . I
To Chnrles O. Monroe, the above
IN THE NAME OP THE STATE
OF OREGON: You are hereby re
quired to appear and answer the com
plaint filed against you in the above
entitled suit, within six weeks from
the date of the 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 tho 20th of May,
1914, that date being tho last day of
the time prescribed in tho order of
publication, the plaintiff will apply
to tho Court for the relief asked for
in the complaint filed in this cause,
n succinct statement of which is:
a decree for absolute divorce, giving
the custody of minor child to plain
tiff, and for an order directing de
fendant to pay to the Clerk of the
Court for Plaintiff's use in tho muin-
talnance and education of said child,
the sum of $25 per month during tho
minority of such child, costs and dis
bursements, and such further relief
us the Court deem proper to grant.
This summons is published by order
of the Honorable John F. Hall, judge
of the County Court of the State of
Oregon, in and for the County of Coos
said order being duted April 10th,
C. R. WADE,
fl2-7tF. Plaintiff's Attorney.
The City Market has
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.
Readers of the Bandon
Recorder, and Friends:
Special Ba rgains in Farm
Lands and City Property
?- SQUARE DEAL REALTY CO.
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
S. S. BREAKWATER
ALWAYS ON TIME
From Porlland Every Tuesday at 8:00 P. M.
From Cotis Bay Every Saturday at Service
of the Tide.
Confirm sailings through M. F. Shoemaker, Bandon
PHONE 142 4
Let them call you
"close" or "stingy"
That need not wor
ry you. Better to
have their respect
later togetner with
your savings than
their contempt for
being a spendthrift
Von can u)t kiiIi 4 Hjnk
Arcuum, M'r iuM Ji ruty
HIRST NAT'l. BANK
Pont tinting llw
Order Your Freight Sent by the Old Reliable
S. S. ELIZABETH
Large Two-Berth Outside State Rooms With Run
Eight Day Service Between the Cotiuille 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. IS. WALSTltUivJ, Agent, jsnnilon
BANDON TRANSFER LINE
Galchell Brothers, Props.
All kfndH of heavy and light draying. Phone order.
I given prompt attention. Barn corner Find & Edl-
Hon. Flub Properly. Telephone (ill.
Robl. R. Waison
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