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BEMt-tyfeEktt BANfidH RECORDER uBftAV, MAY 12th Z-.
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Special rates by week or month
Sample room in connection
THE HARNESS MAN
omplete stock of har
ness, shopping bags,
trunks, suit cases, valises
and traveling bags.
How Delightfully Independent
i6 the woman who can make out a
chock against her own bank account!
Whether she is RoinR shopping or
to pay for what she has already
bought, she feels the pleasure of be
ing able to tender "her personal
check" for the' amount. Ladies,
bank your money with us, and yoij
will find it not only convient and dig
nified, but also most profitable too.
THE BANK OF BANDOG
WHY NOT HAVE AN EXTENTION TELEPHONE INSTALLED
IN YOUIl RESIDENCE, THE PUICE HAS BEEN REDUCED
TO 60 CENTS PER MONTH.
THINK OF THE UNNECESSARY STEPS THIS WILL
COOS BAY HOME TELEPHONE CO.
Automobile and Machine
Bring your work to the Garage and Machine
Shop. Everything done with neatness and
dispatch. Agent for Buick Automobiles.
M. D. SHERRARD, Bandon, Ore.
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Wake Up! Get Up
Early In the Morning!
This town has the natural advan
tages and can secure new industries
if it will only GET A MOVE ON !
This town will be a belter town
if the people spend their money with
the Home Merchant.
1$ This town will be more prosper
ous if it Advertises Itself and
draws new enterprise here.
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Lei them see our smoke i
Published every Tuesday and Friday
by The Recorder Publishing Co., Inc.
Entered at the Post Office at Ban
don, Oregon, as mail matter of the
C. E. KOPF & A. V. STUAKT
Editors nnd MannjjerH.
Make all chocks payable and address
all communications to the company.
Subscription price, $1.50 per year, in
Next Friday Coos County will
render a decision in the good roads
question. Will we take the lead
with other progressive counties or
will wo continue with the handicap
of poor highways. All that can be
said for better and mre permanent
roads has i&cn said, and their bear
ing on the general prosperity of the
community. It is now up to the vot
ers to say with the ballots what we
In all lines of commercial endcavot
the man with experience is rccog
nized and rewarded for his value
Why not take the same practicn
view of the county's nlTairs? Geo
J.'Armstrong has had years of valu
able experience in the conduct ol
county business. He has been triet
in Coos county and found capable ol
putting that experience to good use
for. the taxpayers. He is economica
and progressive. He is a valuable
mun to the county and should bo kopt
Three more days and the candi
dates will know their, fatea. Th.
campaign in Coos county, with out
exception, has been particularly ge:i
tlemanly, which may, or may not b
caused by the entrance of the womn
vote into the situation. The out
come of the fight on Watson by the
Mnrshfinld Record will bo watched
with considerable literest. The re
sult of tho raco vill settle two ques
tions the influence of the aforesaid
newspaper in the county and wheth
er or not .the voters will apply prac
tical business methods in electing
men to office. The Watson boys are
both particularly qualified for the
positions they arc aspiring to and if
the republican voters use tho same
judgement they Would in hiring c
man to run a ranch or store or any
other business, the Watsons will get
there. No one has ventured an
opinion as to who will carry off the
republican nomination for State rep
resentative, but as there are two can
didates in the valley, it is more than
likely that tho Coos Hay man will
carry off tho plum. Just what of-
foct tho endorsement of W. H. Mcr
edith by the Prohibitionists will have
on the primary result cannot bo guess
ed. Friends of Hollister, Mercd
ith's opponent, say it's all over but
tho shouting, while Meredith's friends
are equally optimistic. Huwley is
conceeded to have a cinch on the re
publican nomination for Congress
man, and it is said that if Hollistov
is the successful democrat, the first
congressional district will sec a spec
tacular raco for Congressman this
Party Should Be Represented
on National Committee
By a Republican
The Republicans of Oregon are en
titled to havo a Republican named as
the National Republican Committee'
man from this State. C. W. Ackerson,
who claims to be a Republican, Is a
candidate. Ho registered iib a Progres
sive January 8, 1914. Then signed peti
tion of H. W. Coe to be Progressive
National Committeeman Then can
celled his registration as a Progres
sive and registered as a Republican
and immediately filed his candidacy
for membership on Republican Nation
al Committee. Has been an intimate
and convenient understudy of the Pro
gressive National Committeeman and
seems pow to bo In combination with
him In an attempt to shanghai tho
Republican organization. His candi
dacy is being actlvoly backed by par
ties hostile to the Republican party
and having personal Interests and pri
vate personal grudges to serve. His
erratic and excitable temperament has
frequently led him to flood tho col
umns of tho press with violent attacks
upon the Republican party and vicious
personal ubusc of prominent Republi
cans and life-long residents of , the
It Is a gravo abuso for partleB who
are not Republican to register as such.
It is a graver abuso for outsiders' to
attempt the capture of a political par
ty to gratify a personal grudge and
to promote party dlsoord. It Is an
abuso against which fair-minded men
of all parties will rise In protest. We
can novor have a reunited party by
pushing to the front political hotheads
and men who are political reformers
simply for tho sako or otflco. Having
been n Republican only twenty-four
hours when ho announced Ms candi
dacy for the highest honorary position.
In the gift of tho party, .Is some Indi
cation of what Mr. Ackorson's motive
was in registering as a Kepubllcun.
As Hon. Ralph K. Williams Is the only
Republican who is a candidate ror
Republican National Committeeman,
we feel warranted In urging all loyal
Republicans In tho state to give htm
their earnest nnd enthusiastic support,
CHAS. 0. MOORES,
(Chairman of Republican titato Cen
M. B. McFAUL,
(President Lincoln Republican Club.)
(President of Portland Republican
C. M. IDLEMAN,
(President Multorpor Republican
E. T. WOl.VERTON II. C. DIPPEL ;
Coos County Mcarw Opportunity See Bandon First
DIPPEL & WOLVERTON i;
CHOICE FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY :j
Didn't Fool Her.
"Sorry I'm sho late, m'lear," began
Tippler when ho arrived homo along
about midnight "Couldn't get a car
"So the cars were full, too, were
they?" returned his spouse ns a start
off. Boston Transcript
BANDON r: :: :: :: OREGON :
FIRST STREET, OPPOSITE POSTOFFKJE i
For Your Garden
The new soil of this section rcquir-
es a COMMERCIAL bERTIUZER,
giving it what nature Inched. You
must have it for your garden to get
the best results. We have a large
supply at a very reasonable price.
Central Feed Co.
rmwinnrwiirfrriTTT -nrnrrrr 'iv inn
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
t Successor to A. E. White
As a Republican I horcby announce
myself as u candidato for represen
tative from Coos county, subject to
tho decision of the republican vot-.i's
at tho primaries on Mny lfith.
ily plntform is tho well known
staloinent of Abrahum Lincoln, that
"this is a Kovornment of the nennlo.
by tho people and for tho people."
mis ruinous statement of "Honest
old Abo" covers tho whole field nnd
ihiiko of our. civil Kovornmonl, holding
the sumo rulutlnn to It that the (!o.
elvn rule hold to tho moral lw.
C. . Harrow
(Jomiillo, April I Hi.
I hrmby uiiiiouiii'i) jnynilf im u riui
il Itliilu for Ihu noiiilimlloii of .hitrlir
by I liu iiinoiirui! jiurly it i pel.
fimry wkviioh aim' in, IV) i.
If nuliiliwljul urn) itlmiw) win tim
iUm Dim oilliiu uhmi Uip imt m,n
miml lum vmlbh imaiMm wjili
II uimm) lum
For County Judge
I hereby announce myself as n
candidate for County Judge boforo
the republican primaries on May 15,
and if nominated and elected I will
guarantee an economical administra
tion of county nITnirs.
XW. C. Chase, Coepiille, Ore.
Stands for Reliability. When you
i buy any of the Pensular Remedies
J you are sure of getting the best.
HAWLEV WILL FILL THE
WEST POINT VACANCY.
Washington, D. C, May 11. The
Aeljutant-Gcneral of tho United
States nrmy has advised Representa
tive Ilawley that tho principal and
two alternates he had nominated for
appointment to the United States
military academy at West Point, nf
tcr it oinpetiti e nxamiMtie,n held nt
f'al.-i!. Or Inst N.-wr.bor, i 1 fnilil
to qualify, and that the Fir.it Congres
sional District of Oregon is now en
titled to an appointment. Mr. How-
Icy is requested to submit nomina
tlons of a principal and two niter
nates whojnust report for tho nddl
tional examination at Vancouver
Barrncks, Wash,, on tho Inst Tues
day In May, 1911, and the person sc.
looted ns u result of thin examina
tion will ho admitted into the Acad
emy on July lRt, 1014.
Representative Huwley invites all
young men who will not bo loss than
17 nor more' than years of ngo July
1, lltll, to submit to him ut ouco
their implications for this appoint
ment, and rcipiOHtM that ench cumu
late submit u rcrtllioate of his pby-
hIcuI miulifU'utioiiH us iletvriniimil by
u oMiiptittmt pliynlclun unil iiIm Muto
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win) urn royldniiU of Hit Kiwi Con-
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uf Un roll toutlM tit Ihn iiinili' u(
Hmm uJiiei'iHiiJin, JuieP, Uinmi'
If You Have a Cold Use
j. Pensular Cliildrens Cough Syrup
Pensular Cherry Cough byrup
Pensular White Pine & Spruce Halsam
Pensular Laxative Cold Breaker
To Remove Tan
and keep the skin smooth there is nothing Hke Pen
sular Cucumber and Almond Cream and" Pensulai
Can Be Bought At
The Bandon Drug Company
"The Pensular Store" Only
ALL WOHK KUAKANTKKI)
I Hotel Bandon i
jr American Plan, $AW ,
X and $1.50 prr da '.
lutropcan Plan, room
5()t,7Sf 6c $1 per da '$
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E. G. CASSIDY Pron '
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Mr, Guy Dipple
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