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Is to deal with patrons in a way that will cause them to come again. I'm
here to stay and making friends is the surest way to build up a good business.
I solicit your trade on a basis of honest goods and. real service.
J. A. BYRNE
Published every Tuesday nnd Friday
by Tho Recorder Publishing Co., Inc.
Entered at tho Post Office at Can
don, Oregon, as mail matter of the
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DEER EAT OUT OF
BOXES ON AUTOMOBILE
Albert Garfield and family re
turned Wednesday night from their
automobile trip to Crater Lake and
report a very pleasant time, and Al
bert is very enthusiastic over his new
"Studebakcr Six" and tKe "way it
performs. He says he rndo 779 miles
on one gallon of cylinder oil and came
from beyond Roseburg on six gallon
The Garfield's camped along tho
road and one night had a vcry.ro
markablc experience, while sleeping
in their carl Some deer came up and
ate their bread, potatoes, etc., out of
a' box on the nfnning board of tho
car, and none of the party were
awakened. Mr. Garfield says as near
as he could tell by the tracks there
must have been four deer, and that
had he known it when they were eat
ing their meal he could have reach
ed out of the car and grabbed a deer
by the horns.
H. F. Morrison and wife, who were
with the Garfield's at Crater Lake,
went on to Klamath Falls, whore
they will visit for a few dnyc before
thoy return homo.
MORE MONEY FOR
NEW HOTEL PROJECT.
J. C. Hnmmol received another tele
gram Tuesday night from J. D. At
kins, the architect, at Portland,
stating that he had sold another $500
"worth of stock in the new hotel. This
makes $1000 of stck that Mr. Atkiw
has sold in Portland and brings the
total up to over $12,000 with at
least $1,500 more promised, so that
it remnips olny to raise about $1000
Mr. and Mrs. Hainmel will bo in
North Bend a few days looking after
tho interests of the new hotel there
uftor which they will return to Ban
don and tho hotel proposition will bo
CITY MEAT MARK 171' IS
INSTALLING COOLING PLANT
Geo. Erdman is having some alter
ntions made in his City Meat Mar
ket and will build a fin cooling plant
similar to tho ono destroyed in the
recent fire. Ho is also rearranging
a number of other features in tho
niarkot nnd is installing a modern
sausage- mill and olhor equipment
that will make his market one of tho
most modern in Coos county.
The now warehouse building jt
west of tho creamery is boiny rush
ed an rapidly uh ponlb and will bo
occupied by the Contra! Wuiohouno
Co., instead of tho Knutli and of Uio
present warehouse, which ii lining
ri'inodulcd for the Humloti llmilwwro
Co., nnd will Ihi occupied by thuiil
booh k it U completed.
For Halv Tlirre und miiMmlf mm
(oq4 IuikJ, lastly vvuw um In Mi
llvutlon, finv kuiiIuii, jhmJ ata vmiu
jiouM, K''"l liwiliy tutml, life
jullf fruutlu'Uki n( J'jMtaUki). A mim
u IMP, Ai 10 mm J wU (nm
j'vr mil fftypte k
Used to Her Veils,
The Ktorj of the lnd who crkd
"Wolf I" to fool Ills neighbors had a
modern version the other iilfdit In as
uptown apartment house. MIns II. be
gun taking inuxle lessons. Everybody
heard her and got more or less used tti
It But the oilier night Miss II. stnrt
ed to yell -Mis usual, every one though)
and the nelclihora went right on try
lug to pay no attention to It As a ntat
ter or fact. Miss II. had found n bur
glar In her apartment, and he got uway
with Alius II. V Jewels Just because ev
ery one did go right on paying no aL
tentlon to her. -New York Tribune.
"I always have tough luck."
"What's the mutter?"
"I paid Brown $5 that I borrowed
from him several Voks ago."
"Where's the tough luck?"
"Hi- nald afterward that he'd for
gotten all about It!" Detroit Free
Often the Case.
"It wan a fair fight, wasn't It?"
"Sure It was. The under dog go
"Call that a fair light?"
"Walt. now. let me explain. The
under dog provoked'lt." St. Louis He
public. One's Own Company.
One of tlc tests of character Is the
ability of a man to llud satisfaction
without egotism In his own society.
One who cannot he alone without a
miserable restlessness must be the vic
tim of a structural defect In Ills per
Fonallty. The well stored mind pro
vides company enough for an occasion
al Interval of solitude. lie who lias
read well and thought much nnd care
fully observed has Introduced himself
to a society which will afford him en
terlalnment when none. In the flesh,
Is present. If a man Is afraid to bo
alone It must be because he Is afraid
of his own thoughts or because his
thoughts are few and scattered and
I'aimot 1111 the vacuity. Some of us
cannot nlTonl to think, when, as the
poet puts It, "but to think is to, be
full of sorrow." At such a time wo
atch eagerly at any diversion that
puts to rout the shadows. Philadel
How He Learned English.
Wing See some years ago came to
New York front San Kranclsco to see
the big city before returning to Ids na
tive land, where he hoped to live on
the money which ho had saved. ' He
wanted to learn a little ' ICngllsli and
rented a room on the east sltlo over a
store. He was n quiet man of good
habits and soon made himself useful
In the store, where he gave his time In
exchange for the language experience.
After six months he was ready to go
to China, and after all arrangements
for his trip had been made he went to
Chluirtown to show his Kngllsh. He
was surprised to find that his Kngllsh
speaking countrymen idld not under
stand him and finally learned to his
horror that lie had lived In a German
district and had learned German by
mistake. New York Tribune.
The big red touring car struck a
pedestrian. ' rolling him In the mud
and maltreating him In general. The
owner ran back, greatly oxclted. after
stopping his ear.
"Is he ilend?" lie asked anxiously of
the medleal man who was attending
"Oh. no!" replied the doctor cheer
fully. "Ile'n not dead He's merely
tin dowii."(!hleag' Nowh,
Too Much of It,
Greene Mow iim It happen that you
von'l trade nt f 'louver' any more?
full twwl In lnK about Hie nice cut
.( meal In ninny feu I you. Is It bo
nun tie WMjkjM'f give you crullt?
'Jroj On Hie nuuirnryi i In mu Ihi
ltd M urn Tnunwlpl.
WUn m IluMUirr
"TU rmi wrM mi wrlitu who
mn Mi lit fin fmjftj) wliH,"
ik4MIi i 'tmit it trim!'
4 m hii lc U) I In I Hi) ui
Wvf Uf Um (ml
SITKA, ALASKA, ENTERS
THE DRY COLUMNS
Seattle, Wash. Telegrams from
Alaska bring the news that Sitka,
formerly capital of the territory, has
voted dry. Recently a saloon census
was token of Sitka and other Alas
kan cities under tho direction of
United States Judge Robert W. Jen
nings. Under this census the ques
tion of license or no license was sub
mitted to tho voters and, while most
f the tows voted wet, Sitka voted dry.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, Inland for the County
Tiny Ray, Plaintiff, )
vs. ) Summons
To William M. Ray, the above nam
IN THE NAME OF 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
tho date of tho first publication of
this summons, to-wit: within six
weeks from the 3rd day of July, 1914,
and if you .fail to appear and answer
on or before the 14th day of August,
1914, that being the last day of the
time -prescribed in the order of pub
lication, the"plaintiff will npply to the
Court for tho relief asked in the com
plaint filed in this cause, a succinct
statement of which is: a decree of ab
solute divorce, giving tho custody of
six minor children to tho plaintiff and
for an order directing tho defendant
to pay each month to tho clerk of the
court for tho plaintiff's use in the
maintuinancc and education of said
six minor children, the sum of five
dollars for each child during the re
spective minority of such children, and
also costs and disbursements, and
such further reflief ns the Court
deem proper to grant.
This summons is published by or
der of tho Honorable John S. Coke,
judge of the Circuit Court of the
Stato of Oregon, in and for tho Coun
ty of Coos, said order being dated
tho 29th day of June, 1914.
C. R. WADE,
.lulya-Aug. 17-F Bandon, Oregon.
THE LIFE CAREER
"Schooling In youth oHould invariably be
dirrctcil to prrpare ixrtim in the bet way
for the bekt peimanent occupation for which
he i capable,1' l'reaidcutC. W. IJliot.
This Is the Mission of the
Forty-sixth School Year Opens
SEPTEHBER 18th, 1014
Write for Illustrated loo-page Book
let, "THH LIFE CAREER," and for Cata
log containing full information.
Degree Courses AGRICULTURE :
Agronomy, Animal Husbandry,DaIryHu
bandry. Poultry Husbandry, Horticulture.
Agriculture for Teachers. FORBSTRY,
LOGGING HNGINEERINO. HOME ECO
NOMICS: Domestic Sclenet, Domestic Art,
ENGINEERING: Electrical, Irrigation,
Highway, Mechanical, Chemical, Mining.
Ceramics. COMMERCE. PHARMACY.
Vocational tToiwi-Agrlculture, Dairy
ing, Home Makers' Course, Industrial
Arts, Porestry, Business Short Course.
School of Muilc Piano, String, Band,
Fumcri Buiinrti Court by Mall pre.
Aditicu TIIM KUOISTHAK,
(tw.7.6to-) Cor r.llU, )).
WOOD FOR SALE
Ciood body fr wood '
$1,75 por tier delivered, ''
Wood cut to order '
f J'Iiojio )8J I
Vacation Days .
are now at hand and for that tramp in the "hills" don't forget one
of our $5.00 ,watches. "They stand the test." A cheaper time-piece
furnished if you prefer.
Our jewelry is entirely new and up-to-date, 'assuring
you complete satisfaction in presenting any article as
You possibly pay more but the quality "exists."
Everard H. Boyle, Mgr. Phone 514
J V V
OIL COOK STOVE
bums kerosene, the clean, cheap fuel. It
is fine store for hot weather because
it doesn't orer-hest the kitchen. All the
heat Is applied at the cooking point. Yon
can bake, broil and roast on it just as
weU as on a wood or coal store and much
quicker and cheaper. It doesn't smoke
or smell; doesn't taint the food. Get an
il store and make aummer cooking easy
and comfortable. Dealer Everywhere.
Standard Oil Company
California) m FQR BE3T RMULTS
Bandon m use f earl oil TL
How Delightfully Independent
THE B ANK
G. E. W I L S O N
All kindu of light and heavy work. Uoracs Kcfcnlif zi Amcrhdn I'lun, $1.1111 &
Icallv shod, DofonnlttoB remedied, Hrlng In your x i and si.fti i.r
: cripple and get , their foet adjiiHted hy a man that tMwmu m rtinlliA
: known a foot Cur) Clffrorri, tho HcIentHic horn :t r,u, , . ' ,
: timer. Tie checkon, Hj)lltllnj maulH, and all klnd !n,7H l f)t '
1 or in mMim VHM, aii
A Good Oil Stove does
away with all the
dirt and bother that comes
with wood, coal and ashes.
It makes light work and
a clean kitchen.
is tho woman who can make out a
check against her own bank account!
Whether she is goinp shopping or
to pay for what she has already
bought, she feels the pleasure of be
ing able to tender "her personal
chec" 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.
OF BAND ON
worn Mwnnunm iwn i
I City Transfer!
? S. D. Kelly, Proprietor $
I Light and Heavy haul-
I ing promptly done.
I Contracting and grad-
I ing. Transcient trade
Office: Dufort Building
Brown & Gibson
1 he Lending Contractors
t aim liniuiers
We furnish plans and speci
fications and it you are go
ing to build anything, no
matter how large or how
small, we can save you
money. Let us figure on
Do yoir want pure drug
and drug sundries, fine
perfumes, hair brushes,
and toilet articles? If
so call on
C. Y. LOWE, Bandon
U F. O. OTKV & SON I
U Practical Hnrftcrilioer V
U t t t I
U General Blackrfmithing First l
U Class Wagon and Carriago 1
U Work and General Itopairing V
U PricesxRight U
U t t t I
U Iluiidon, Oregon I
I Elite Restaurant
Ray Reasc, Prop.
i FIRST CLASS HOME $
Hotel Bandon ?:
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