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SeMl-WEEittY ftArtboM ilfoSDfeit, itfLV iier,
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. W. STUART
Editors and Manage-.
Make all checks payable and address
all communications to the company,
Subscription price, $1.50 per year, i
Anyone who has the idea that cori
ditions in Iiandon arc dull, should
tako a look around and see wlmt
really croinir on. hiven tnoiiKli con
ditions may seem quiet the fact re
mains that there is lots of building
In the business district no less
than half a dozen buildings are
courso of construction at presei.t.
The building to be ocupied by th
Bandon Hardware Co. is being pushed
to completion and will be one of tli
largest Btorc rooms in the city when
it is, finished. Then there is the big
warehouse building between the pros
ent Central warehouse and the Ban
don creamery. This building alone
would make people in many places
think there was really "something do
Ing." Tho new Thrift building,
be occupied by the post ollicc, is an
other one that is worthy of mention
Thon there is the building for
T. Tuttlo's news stand, nnd M. O'Con
will start a new building on the Tim
mons corner in a very few days.
Tho big Ellingson building whicl
is pointed to with pride, by all public
spirited citizens, is now nearly com
pleted, and tenants are already mov
In addition to all this, the new ho
tel building is now an assured fact
and the new buildings to take the
place of those burned out by tho re
cent fire are sure to start in a short
Taking all this into consideration
thero is no cause to feel down cast
over, the situation, for the fact is
. '. ....
that conditions "were never more
promising than they arc right now,
Everybody .should get in and boost
and thus help tho , good work along.
COQUILLE NEWS $
From the Herald:
Baxter Bros, havo purchased the
Eagle saloon at Marshficld and will
remove their baso of operations to
that place. They havo dismantled
their saloon here and stored the fix
turcs. This leaves E. A. Becket hold
ing the fort as tho sole representative
of tho liquor interests here.
A change took place in tho owner
ship of tho Coquillo Garage last wool
C. A. Sickles bought out his partner
S. L. Ball, who has been nssocatcd
with him for some time. O. F. Smith
who was formerly engaged in pho
tography and axidermy here, has
bought an interest with Mr. Sickles,
and the business will be conducted as
J. W, Perkins of Roseburg and 13.
M. Andrews of Medford, who arc
in the county in tho interests of mil
road and oil development, were n the
city yesterday in consultation with
some of tho business men.
Robert Blalock, who lives on the
Snow .place east of town, was brought
in Saturday morning suffering from
njuries rcccvcd when his tea1!!! ran
away. The wagon ran over him and
ho was severely bruised about the
head, shoulders and wrst, but no
bones were broken. His injuries were
attended to by Dr. Rchmond and he
was tuken back to his home, where
he will bo laid up for some time.
On Saturday Judge Hull vsited
the poor farm to oversee the plans
for some contemplated improvements
in the .water system there. A new
source of supply will bo found on
higher ground and a reservoir will
be put in nnd tho water pitied to the
buildings under a procure that will
add to tho usefulness of tho system
nnd will furnish moie itdequiito lire
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sherwood and
two young daughter with Mr. niwf
Mrs. L. A. LilJoqviKt and daughter
will upend two or three week in an
outing in. Curry county. Tlioy ..will
cutnp on the Clark and Dyer niiutlt
on tho hfudwuti'iM of Flora rj'fli
which is nulil o ho in tint mliUt iftti
fih uiui guntu purudlfio, uml wu nut)'
nxpi'ct noiiiu tall tdorlcw whim lUy
Krt buck from tho LiwiiI HukU at
Mr. Mury Nwtfw lm tmumt
M'W pi uitij Ituf 111 mi tarni!)- Ur
wulixj til um '. Ji to
il'u) u9wi) IiBjjy law lata, '
jw jpdwi fiw lij 19 Up. lie w.
doubtedly arrived in n bunch of ban
anas, and Mrs. Nosier foulid him
-ndering around on the floor of her
sewing room looking for a warm
J. C. Jones, who is home from his
outing at Tenmilo, brought back the
report that the creamery there was
compelled to throw away 800 pounds
of milk as tho result of a small skunk
getting drowned in a can of milk
brought tot ho creamery and which
was not discovered until tho can was
dumped into the large vat with the
other milk and all was spoiled.
A house is being erected near
Eighth and Ingcrsoll for Mrs. C. H.
McLaughlin and family by kind
hearted people who subscribed sever
al hundred dollars for the purpose.
The house will be a small ono but
adequate for the family now. Times.
Two diamond rings, a couple of
ladies' gold watches, some other jew
elry, some silverware and about $5.90
in change, which was stolen from the
Schrocdcr home in West Marshficld
a few weeks ago, was found yester
day in the brush in tho alloy in tho
rear of their house. It was all wrap
ped up in a bundle and was but u
short distance from where the tin
box, from which most of it had been
taken, was found a day after the
Alex Nygard, a mill man who was
returning to Bunker Hill Saturday
night shortly after 12 o'clock, was
held up and robbed on the railroad
draw bridge by two masked men
who pointed a gun in his face and or
dered him to stand and deliver. The
men had handkerchiefs on their fac
es, but they only got two dollars from
Nygard and a watch. The robberies
fire becoming so frequent here a de
termined cfTort will be made to ap
prehend the ones who nre doing the
work, and it is more than probable
the next highwaymen who attempt
hold-up on this bridge will bo
caught. Record. .
Itw asr eportcd here today that
Jack McDonald of tho McDonald &
Vaughn Company, and one of the
best known men in the county would
ben an independent candidate for
county commissioner this fall. Times
Tho salmon run is starting in Coos
Bay and Chas. Johnson is credited
with tho biggest catch yet, having
landed about thirty the other night.
They weighed from thirty to forty
pounds apiece. Times.
A big meteor which fell at South
Slough about a year ago has been
found. When the meteor fell Bob
DoMcrritt saw it and thought that
it dropped somewhere, along the
beach. Ever1 since then he has been
searching for it when in tho locality
where lie thought it had fallen
Yesterday Mr. DeMcrritt was on the
beach at low tide and found the me
tcor. It weighs about sixty pounds
ind is a fine specimen. Record.
THE PRICES OF LADIES SHOES
We hnvc on sale two dozen pairs of
lace shoes, regular $:i.00 and $4.00
sellers a t$1.25 to $2.75, sizes 2'Z-, 3,
Wj and 4. Real bargains. Sec our
window display. Also all lace low
shoes in all sizes, below' cost. 57t2
n (he Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, in and for the County
Tiny Ray, Plaintiff, )
vs. ) Summons
William Ray, Defendant)
To William M. Ray, the above nam
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
ur uitbuuis, lou nrc Hereby re
- v j-t y-v mr
quired to appear and answer tho 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
eeks from tho 3rd day of July, 1914,
nd if you fail to appear and answer
on or before tho 14th day of August,
1914, that being tho last day of the
timo prescribed in tho order of pub
lication, tho 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 decreo of ab
noluto divorce, giving the custody of
nix minor children to tho plaintiir and
for an order directing the defendant
to pay each month to the clerk of the
court for tho plaintiff's use in tho
nmiutuinnnco and education of said
als minor children, the mini of five
dolliim for ouch child during tho ru-aiim.-tiv
minority of audi children, nnd
him) cunt mid iliihursoiiieiitii, uml
ttirh furtliur lofliuf u the (Joint
iim wtpr lo grunt.
JTiia MJinttuwa U puhlialicil by or-
ilttr ut UttJ llitfuirwlflit Juhn H. foliw.
jNtlft Hf Uw Circuit Court f the
mUUt m UjWtfttM, In and fur (ho Coun
ty of (4441, any ajuii- kuljjg iliifii
II 4i ut J M, 1911,
THOMAS F. HAGGERTY
Over McNur'i Hardware Stcre .
C. R. WADE
DR. H. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Office over Drug Sine. Hours, 9 to 12 a. m;
1:30 to 4 p. b ;7 to 8 m the c ruing.
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Office in PaateBuil!iaf . Hout(,'.9 to 1 2
I to 5 p. .
DR. L. P. SORENSON
OfEceJovei Vienna Cafe. Telephone at occ
G. T. TREADGOLD
Attorney and Counselor
Office in New Bank Buildlug
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician A Surgeon
Office in Raimutsea BuiUinp.
DR. ARTHUR GALE
Physician A Surgeon
Office orer Oraage Pharmacy. Office hone,
352. RarfoWc pboae, 353.
DR. S. C. ENDICOTT
Office Phone 71: Ret. Phone 312
DR. I. L. SCOFIELD
Ofllco in Fahy and Morrison Build-
.ng- next to Emergency Hospital.
DR. H. M. SHAW
Eye, har, Nose and Throat
Office Phone 330-J Re. Phone 10S-J
kuuiiii iVV-l lrvwg Ulock
Surveys, Plans and Specification
Office- Hank Building
Consulting Engineer and
Office in Thrift Building
THE LIFE CAREER
lrKttl to prtpar a pro la tkt but way
for the bcif nermaacat ecoupallon for wklch
kc U pablt-fretldatC. W.Iorol.
This Is th Mission of th
Farfy-slxtli School Year Opaii
jcnniiDCK 10m, 1914
Write for Illustrated ioopage Hook
t, "Tub life career," ahd'oc Cau
log containing full Information.
Dtirtt Counts AGRICULTURE t
Agronomy, Animal Huibandry.DslryHy
baudry, Poultry Hutbandry. Horticulture.
Agriculture , for TaachKt. PORBSTRV,
tS?.?i!iafa,NEe',"' HOME ECO
LNaiNEERINOi eUctrU&l, lrlattor,
Highway, Mechanical. Chaakal. E
i'alliHtl C9urwhvcxtt, Dairy.
Ing, Honu Maktri' CMirM. I4uu6l
Afli, I'oittUy, IIuiIiim iliait CduiM,
funmt HtMiiMti CmH 1 flt
.... rM rWfr4,
Rates S1.00 to $2.00 per day.
Special rates by week or month
Sample room in connection
WHY NOT HAVE AN EXTENTION TELEPHONE INSTALLED
IN YOUR RESIDENCE, THE PRICE HAS BEEN REDUCED
TO 60 CENTS PER MONTH.
THINK OF THE . UNNECESSARY STEPS THIS WILL
SAVE YOU. ,. .
COOS BAY HOME TELEPHONE CO.
Dry Woo d
Z Good dry wood, split for
in two tier loads.
I F. L. Christie, Phone, 582
THE HARNESS MAN
omplete stock of har
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ness, snoppmg Dags
trunks, suitcases, valises
m m m m 9 j
VTT 4 i V V v 1 r V V V
The new soil of this section requir
es a COMMERCIAL 1EIITILIZER,
giving it what nature lacked. You" ,."
must have it for your garden to get
the best results. We have a large
supply at a very reasonable Drice,
Central Feed Co.
1 Central Warehouse
,! H , i M M m m i 1 m
j Order Your Freight Sent
S. S. ELIZABETH
I&rgQ Two-Berth Outside State Rooms Witli Run
I Eight Day Service Between
hii FrMnciKco, ,
FIIWT CLASS PASMNOKR FARK, $7.50
FRIOKJIIT KATKS, p ON VV FRICKiHT
lU'rwrmtionn; J, B, Norton, Coriulllo: VorMm', '
Myrtlo Point? JO, 11, Thrift. UmUiU,
DEPOSITED WITH THIS BANK
SHOWS HOW IT POSSESSES THE
CONFIDENCE OF PEOPLE WHO
SAVE AND ARE THEREFORE
THRIFTY. YOU CAN JOIN THEM
WITH ADVANTAGE. PUT YOUR
SAVINGS HERE AND THEY'LL
BE AS SAFE AS A ROCK. SMALL
ACCOUNTS WELCOME AS LARGE
cook stove, $1.50 per tier
Block wood $ 1 .35.
m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i.i i u ; f : i nn-
by the Old Reliable
the CiMiuille River and
I City Transfer !
v S. D. KcH) Proprietor','!
S . .j
I Light and Heavy haul-
ing promptly done, x
Contracting and grad- ,
ing. rranscient trade
I Office: DuforL Building X
! 'Bbwn &-x Oifeoii
The Leading Cont--;:
We tarnish plans ainl speci-
ficntinns and if you are
ing to build anything, no
matter how large or how
small, we can save, you
money. Let us fiRure on
' PURE" DRUGS
Do you want pure drug
and drug sundries, fine
perfumes, hair brushes,
and toilet articles? If
so call on
C. Y. LOWE, Bandon
.Rring us your Kodak work.
Wo have installed an electric
printing machine and can fin
ish on short notice, day or
night, and secure the 1est 're
sults, A trial is convincing. '
YOURS TO PLEASE.
L. I. WHEELER
Near Gallier Hotel
1 Elite Restaurant I
FIRST CLASS HOME $
. dHHCI UTIJI 1 inn,
and $1.50 per
Lurope:i;i Plan, i;
5Uc, 75c &l $ per
... th . .
I E. G. CASSIDY Prop
Good body fir wood
$1.75 per tier delivered.
Wood cut to order &
;: A. G. PERDUE, Prop. X
Phone 981 t
WOOD FOR SALE
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