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German General Suicides.
T nmlnn TVin mnnrta nf Iim Rllt
- I UUIIUUil 1 I1K .rwvu
rt5inrinf1 WPnftFflPt cide of General Von Emmich, who led
Published every Tuesday and Friday t..n COBfirnieii He left a message to
by The Recorder Publishing Co., Inc. , j Jf saynsr, i know Liege is to
be my tomb but I prefer to die by my
Entered at the Post Office at Ban- own hand." Eight German soldiers
don, Oregon, as mail matter of the learning that their general had killed
himself, also committed suicide, it is
C. E. KOPF & A. W. STUART
Editors and Managers.
Prune Crop Ih Short.
Roseburg The prune crop of Doug
las county will be two weeks earlier
Make all checks payable, and address tnj8 ycar tj,an ugal. Already ripe
aH communications to the company. Italians are being offered on the lo
cal markets and drying .will begin a-
Sufcscription pcc, $1.50 per yenr, in bout August 20th. The early ripen
ing is due to tno ury season, uougma
county will not have over- 100 car
loads of prunes this year. A full crop
produced over 200 carloads.
THAT CUItltY COUNTY ROAD
It is a notorious fact that the
worst stretch of road in this section
is the one connecting Bandon and
Langlois, and, while wc blush to gay
it, the worst part of this road lies on
the Coos County end. There has been
such further reflief as th Court
deem proper to grant.
This summons is published by or
der of the Honorable John S. Coke,
iudce of the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon, in and for the Coun
ty of Coos, said order being dated
the 29th day of June, 1314.
C. R. WADE,
No Socialists Executed.
London A report direct from Ger
many stntes that there have been no
executions of Socialists there. Th
rooort snvs that Dr. Liebnecht and
considerable talk of the improvement hundreds of thousands of Socialist
of this highway in the past, but no battlo field fighting fo
action has been taken. It is claimed
there has never been sufficient funds
on hand at any one time to make a
good start. However that may be,
All former Kansans and their fam
there is at the present time $20,000 iHes aro invited to nttend a picnic at
lying in the Coos County treasury Patterson's Grove, Coquille, Satur
that has been voted as a tax for the day, August 22, 1914. Bring well
improvement of tlio now township filled baskets and let us cat, drink
line road, and there is no good rea- and get hotter acquainted with eacli
son why this money sliouud not be otho
used so the public could get some H.W.YOUNG,
benefit from it. Pres. Kansas Club of Coos Co
It has been suggested that a dele
gation of Bandoniana make a call on
the county court and find out what is
causinir the delay. This would be
a good plan
Marshfield's Musician's Assn. Lo
cal No. 011, American Federation of
The poaple have paid Musicians, will receive applications
the tax for road-building and the lrom a" compeium musicians, wn.mii
money should be forthcoming for that 'ts Jurisdiction lor charter member-
snip, v-naner win remain open iroiii
Aug. 15th to Sept. 13th (inclusive)
Arrangements for examination of ap
plicants may bo made through Mr
T. F. Batcheior, Bandon, Ore., or by
addressing the Secretary at Marsh-
GEO. C. MURPHY,
Secretary Am. Fed. of Musicians,
Local No. 041.
WAR IS SURELY ALL THAT
GENERAL SHERMAN SAID
(Oregon City Courier)
"Give me some of tltat sugar like
I got last week; I guess you might
as well make it another sack, please,"
said the Perfect Lady to her grocery
"Yes ma'am, it will be $7,"
said the groceryman
"Seven dollars? Why I only paid
Notice to Creditors,
Notice is hereby given, that by or
der of the County Court of the State
five dollars and twenty cents for it of Oregon, in and for the County of
last week, don't you remember? You Uios, made on the 28th day of May,
said that you had just got a carload 1914, C. E. Kopf was duly appointed
In from Portland. I used up most of as guardian of the person and estate
that canning fruit, nnd I want some or fc. fa. Little, an insane person, and
more, but I don't sec why-: " that said C. E. Kopf has duly quali-
Tho Groceryman smiled pityingly. Tied as such guardian
"Madame, wo are sorry that the price Therefore all persons having claims
has gone up, but you cannot blame us. against the estate of said S. S. Little,
This European war has made every- insane, are hereby notified and requir
thing higher, and sugar is seven dol- ed to present the same with proper
Inrs a sack now. I wish vouchers, and duly verified in the
"But this is the same sugar that manner provided by law, to the un
you got a-carload of, isn't it?" pro- dcrsigncd, :tt the office of C. R
tested the Perfect Lady. "And you Wade, in Bandon, Coos County, Ore-
sold mc some of that carload at five- gon, within six months from the date
twenty. Do you liavo to pay more for hereof,
the balance of the carload that is in Dated at Bandon, Coos County,
your warehouse?" Oregon, August 18th, 1914
The Groceryman compressed his
lips. "Our sugar is now S7.00 a
sack," was all he said.
Funny isn't it?
War breaks out in Europe. Under
the neutrality rules, provisions are
contrabrand, and so cannot bo ship-
C. E. KOPF, Guardian.
Notice to Creditors
In the matter of tho Estate
Lin Younce, deceased
Notice is hereby given that the im
ped from this country to the warring dcrsigncd has been appointed admin-
natioiiB. Yet because of tho war wc istrator of tho Estate of Lin Younce,
jrtiy 00 cents moro for sugar, from deceased, and all creditors of said
two to eight cents a pound for meat, estate are hereby notified to presont
nnd shoes aro going to lie "0 cents a tllcir claims to me, itemized and ver
pair more in tho future. Yes, that is lfic(l s by law require!!, at the office
what they toll us. John C. Kendall, 1st National Bank
Yet the sunnr was bouirht before u'dg., Marshfield, Oregon, withi
tho war was started, most of tho meat six months from tho dnto of this no
una killoil lmfnrn llin wnr wna Rfnrlni-1 I ticC
In the County Court of the Stale of
Oregon, in and for the County
In the matter of the Estate of
James A. Cope, deceased.
NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE OF
Notice is hereby given that under
and bv virtue of authority vested in
me by order of the County Court of
tho State of Uregon, lor Loos coun
ty, duly made and entered of record
in the Probate Journal of said Court
on the 9th day of July, 1914, I shall,
on or after the Sth day of Septem
ber, 1914, offer for salo and sell at
private salo tho following described
real property, belonging to the estate
of said James A. Cope deceased, to
An undivided one-half interest of
the Southeast quarter of the North
west quarter (SE4 NE'4) and the
Northeast quarter of the Southeast
miartcr (NEVi SEVi) of Section 8:
the south half of the Northwest quar
ter (S NWU) and the Southwest
quarter (SWVi); the West half of the
Southeast quarter (W SEU); the
Northeast quarter of the South
east quarter (NEvi SEVi) and
tho Southeast quarter of tho North
east quarter (SEW, NE'i), of Sec
tion nine (9), Township thirty (30)
South, of Range fourteen (14) West
of the Willamette Mcridan, in Coos
County, Oregon, containing four hun
dred (400) acres, more or less.
Also tho entire interest and the
whole and fee simple of tho South
half of the Northwest quarter (SV6
NWU) and the Southwest quarter
af the Northeast quarter, (SWU NE
Yi) and tho Nortwest quarter of tho
Southeast quarter (NWV4 SEM) of
Section ten (10), Township thirty
(30) South, or Range fourteen (14)
West of the Willamette Meridan, in
Coos county, Oregon.
That the terms of said sale shall
be for cash, lawful money of tho
United States of America, ten "ner
cent. (10) of bid paid at time of sale.
and the balance upon confirmation of
salo by the Court. Or fifty per cent
(50) upon confirmation and tho bal
ance on or before two years, with le
gal interest, payable annually, se
cured by mortgage upon the prem
ises sold. Said interest not to be
less than six per cent (G).
Any offers for said property may
be presented to tho undersigned ad
ministrator, or mailed or filed at tho
office of George P. Topping, in Ban-
This notice is published in the Ban
n i - -
ion uecoracr lor lour successive
weeks, or five times. Tho first on
tho 7th day of August, 1914, and the
last on the 4th day of September,
iii4, by order or Honorable John F,
Hall, Judge of the above entitled
Dated this 7th day of Aueust.
Administrator of tho Estate of
James Cono. deceased.
Geo. P. Topping. Attorney for tho Es-
Aug. v-aept 4,iv
THOMAS F. HAGGERTY
Over MrNatr's Hardware Store
THE PILE OF MONEY
C. R. WADE
DR. H. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Office in First National RniiK- IhiIIH
ing. Hours, 9 to 12 a. m; 1:30 to 4 p
in; i io o in mc cvoning.
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Physician & Surgeon
Omca m Ellingson Building. Hours,
10 iz a. m; i to (j p. m.
DR. L. P. SORENSON
Office ill First National Bank build
ing, telephone at house nnd office
G. T. TREADGOLD
Attorney and Counselor
Office in New Bank Building
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Ellingson building, Phone 72
3 LODGE DIRECTORY (5
Bandon Lodere. No. 130. A. F. &
A. M. Stated communications first
Saturday after the full moon of
each month. Special communications
Master Masons cordially invited.
C. R. MOORE, W. M.
PHIL PEARSON, Secretary.
J. II. YOUNCE,
Dated July 31, 1914. Sept. 11
and tho siioes wore sold to tho retail
ers and paid for long beforo tho war
Over in Great Britinn, in Germany
and France, whore tho pinch of war
really conies, tho government lias pro-
stuffs. Grocers and butchers who Tlny Rny' P,n,nt,,r'
try to gougo their patrons will lie
shot or imprisoned, the orders say.
But hero in the far west of tho Unit
ed Stntes, where tho wnr isn't doing
anything moro than giving us a lot
of extra papers to build t ho fires with
foodstuffs anil other necessities leap
up in price.
This is un interesting condition nf
airnirs. Protty noon tho price of
gutiH and caitrldgos will go up iioro
ton. When trade is upon to tho whole
world and whan tho United Statu
soils to Europu, prices mv down.
Whoti war brimka out and foodstuffs
and things nio ooiitnthniml, rind tho
European trnd In cut oil, giving n
turgor supply for home cnxiiiiitli,
prltoN go up.
On it you mo Dm left f U7
IfnjtlUJj Hm fiujiftte&'ii,
Hwvlmy W fr War Utfcy i
tlfUlfr"' UjJfcM viuiM Im tfMt4f
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, in and for the County
vs. ) Summons
William Ray, Defendant)
To William M. Ray, the above nam
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON, You are hereby ro
quired to appear and answer the com
plaint filed against you in tho above
entitled suit within six weeks from
tho ilnto of tho first publication of
this summons, to-wit: within six
weeks from tho 3rd day of July, 1914,
and ir you fall to apiiwir and unswer
on or before the 14lli day of August,
mi l, unit holiig the last duy of the
tlmo proscribed In tho order of nub.
iicuuon, mo piulntlir will apply to the
Court for (ho rollof usked In (ho coin,
plaint filed In (his t-uuse, n succinct
Uitumyat of which 1st a rfocrru of uh.
mIuId dlvornf, giving thu cunlody
mk minor wuiiirvi) to iim jtiuf titfir uml
ft mh nlr illiwilliig (hu ilufuiiduiit
Ut my mth montli ( iU ut iim
wwrl tt Sm pfatMUll'n um in llm
MUHisimum ami dhUuii f miIJ
u mum t kHdimttt Lkv Mt til ih
Jmi mmU hu4 ttiHJtaiMliitt iiJ
Occidental Chapter, No. 45, O. E.
S., meots Saturday evenings beforo
and after stated communications of
Masonic lodge. Visiting members
cordially invited to attend.
L. KATE ROSA,"W. M.
ROSA BINGAMAN, Secretary.
Loyal Order of Moose.
Meets Thursday evenings in I. O.
O. F. hall. Transciont Moose cord
ially invited. Something doing ev
DR. ARTHUR GALE
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Ellingson building. Office
phone, 352. Residence phone, 353.
DR. S. C. ENDICOTT
Olllce in Ellingson building. Office
phono 1241. Residence phone, 11(51
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
THE BANK OF BAND ON
Rate $1.00 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 GO CENTS PER MONTH.
THINK OF THE UNNECESSARY STEPS THIS WILL
COOS BAY HOME TELEPHONE CO.
Split wood $1.75 per tier
Block 'wood $1.50 pgr tier
Fire place wood $1.15 per tier
F. L. Christie, Phone 582
DR. I. L. SCOFIELD
Office in Fahy and Morrison Build
ng- next to Emergency Hospital.
DR. H. M. SHAW
Eye, har, Nose and Throat
Office Phone 330.J Res. Plume 105 J
Kooins zuu-1 Irving mock
Ocean Rebekah Lodgo, No. 120. I.
O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Tuesdays at I. O. O. F. hall. Tran
ciont members cordially invited.
LENA DAVIDSON. N. G.
MINERVA LEWIN, Secretary.
P. A. SANDBERG
Surveys, Plans and Sjicciricntin ls"
Office Bank lluililing
w. o. w.
"With Charity Towards All"
aeasuio uamp, No. 212, W. O. W.
moots Tuesdays, K. of P, hall, 8 p.
ni. Visitors aro assured a hot wel-
come. By order of
W. A. KELLER. C. C.
C. M. GAGE, Clerk.
! .0. 0. F.
Bandon Lodge, No, 183, I. n. n.
V., meed every Wednesday vHiiinir.
Visiting broUioM In Kood standing
I). 0. KAY, N. o.
I. WJIKKLKK, Secretary.
KjildiU Uf I'ttlilts.
JMH'I Iriu, No, tit, KnMiU uf
'ylils, Uvutt ityury MuiuUv
Consulting Engineer and
Office in Tluiff Building
C. I. Starr
Plumbing and Steam Flitting
First Class Work nu:irantml.
OHiic in TiiM HMg. on in.l Si
i 'i rV i)i)W ' in it) 'ti if u i
D NOT AUUBlt JT
J . M, 11, I'UI Im Qplmtiutat
W. E. STEINOPF
THE HARNESS MAN
omplete stock of har
ness, shopping: bags,
trunks, suit cases, valises
and traveling bags.
For Your Garden
The new soil of this section requir
es a COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER,
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 vrice.
Central Feed Co.
i. urcier lour Freight Sent by the Old Reliable
S. S. ELIZABETH
J Uu'kq Twn-Herlli OuUiido State Rooms With Run
Kiiil Day fiervlcc lietween I he (Nujuille Itiver and
iwitiwv rathb, f on wimlitr
Myrllu I'ulm ; 15. II Thi' fL )mi lulu,