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SEMI-WEEKLY iMWftOMnRECOnDElU.WBSDAYr, SEPT. m WW
PAGE "FOUR -i-T'' nvm'-rrrr- 7Tn
Published every Tuesday and Friday
by The Recorder Publishing Co., Inc.
nor. Voting for more than one can-
Entered at the Post Office at Ban
don, Oregon, as mail matter of the
C. E. KOPP & A. W. STUART
Editors and Managers.
Make all checks payable and address
all communications to the company.
Subscription price, $1.50 per year, in
MUCH PAVING SHOULD FOLLOW
The fact that actual work has
commenced on laying the water pipes
and sowers on. First street and that
this will be immediately followed by
paving is a source of great gratifi
cation to Bandon people and is an
improvement that has long been need
ed. Had Frist Street been left unpav
cd another year it would have been
almost impassable, but now the traffic
on it this winter will be made easy
It is hoped that the paving spirit
will not stop here but that during the
winter plans for new projects in
the paving lino wille made and that
nfif onrimt m!ivtena.n number of
streets being hatdsurfneed. We be
lieve when itlisf'secn what a great
benefit pavefllstreets' are here in' win
tertime this will' be tho'case.
THE RIVERS & HARBORS BILL
The telegram from Senator Cham
. borlain.that the. Rivers. and Harbors
bill would undoubtedly pass the sen
nto nf-.this. session of Conirress is
good news to the people of the entire
coaBt, and it is hoped that the Senators
"hunch" Is a good one. This bill car
rica with it $90,000 for the Coquille
river, bar and harbor, besides an ap
propriation for a survey for a new
project.,., ..This latter project is to
dedpen the. channel of the river- from
Ban'don'toCoquillo. In addition to this
is .the. regular $0,000 for the main
tcnanco of this harbor, which alto
gether! means' practically $100,000 to
bo 'spent here.
Should this..mpney be forthcoming,
this fall, as the Senator prophecies,
r-At. JMlL?JlUl herc
a year or two.
The! question of a recount of the
fifteertfVotes m-'Sixes precinct, Curry
county, is not for Juilgo Benson to do
butrfor-thc-state authorities to
ftecn votes! wore! tiiot counted in
than precinct because the elector in
each! instance attempted to vote for
more than ono candidate for gover
The Bandon Drug Co.
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0 9 0
! oinrrlo tnntnnrn does not a TtUV. OPEN FORUM
uiuau lit di.6. ........ lis. , v- -. - z. m
. . ..i mL. -il. I (Si: , I ! w ' -
invalidate tho wnoie dbuoi. i n ut..- 9999(S)9
or paiiiI dates on each of thoso Itncen .
hniM nro entitled to a count of tho Editor Rcecorder: Wo don't know
votes so cast for them. how much history cither Mr. Bunch
Nnhndv knows for what candidate 0r Mr. Habcrly aro conversant with,
or candidates for supreme judge these but wo do know that it is possiblo for
uncounted ballots were thrown. It is both to como to somo very erroneous
tho state's business to find out. It is conclusions even 'though both arc' well
f n rivntn matter of Judgo Benson's enuinped in this1 lino.
i..,t n,,WJn mnttcr with the common- If a pldbicite or tnoso wno make
wealth of Oregon. Were theso votes up tho rank and file of tho contending
to go uncounted there would always armies had been taken, it , is- incon-
im ,lmit,t as to whether Mr. Benson re- ceivable that this war would have oc-
i il T),.l.i:n rmmftmtinn or I microti pnn spnuontlv it is a horrible A
CC1VCU IVUJJUUliVW.. I V-Mw, - j-iy "l , , f. IT
whether Mr. McNary receved tho Re- doctrine which both advocate.
... : i)n!n fni' tlinl tT if nopiirrpfi to the Reverend
publican nominuuun. o - --
high omce of supreme judge, Mr. Ben- gentlemen that his theory, that God
o n!,or second thought, would has set this in motion so they may
hnrlllv euro to be a candidato with a destroy one. another, violates one of
. . . . .
doubtful nomination. Ho should be the fundamental doctrines of Chris-
first and foremost in demanding a tianity? If he ,is correct, they are no
pount of tho Sixes ballots. Portland more free moral agents than the
i . .
journal. Egyptians or Assyrians wero wnen
God hissed them on to the Jews, or
1 1 1 " J.
i u niin when he sickcq mem on vo uuu miuuiui
glV Ilt'UIU Ik MV-
It fll" III 111 111 I Ull U IIUI wsav
. v . 1 n l . 11... . ! I 1
. t! i -..nuol Ho far as Mr. mincns inuory v
examination nua tohhhu. i-, J. .
and witness both were growing ,f
, : it.v.n ,!tnOSa. are all as wen prepareu uuu can ui,-
weary am. oui
occause 10 mm wu" 1 . , , ,
I A i. 1. . . nn ai. nnu AflttAtlr
seemed irrelevant; counsel bceauM cuumwup.., .? ti.
hb could not get the witness to give for certainly it is conouc, .nuv maKW.
a,.,Q. t nlnin nues- for righteousness and not belief. !
This is not written for tho,sakeof
i . . ......... ... iii
, ii argument for some tnings are ioo ap
"XNOW, no aemanueu, wcic uu i v , ; ,
. . I m..l tn rtianoa luit it would lie well
were you not in tho plaintiit's omce -. , r ;
t 4 P. M. on this particular after-: for both' these gentlemen tohewbre
now located in the babro tSuiIdiner otters to the
Bandon Public their usual well selected line of
goods. Nothing better or more efficient than their
eiisiilar and Dyke Lines
"If I had been," replied tho exas
perated witness, "how-
or a belief may run away with thoin.
I would suggest to both to get tl
current number, of the Review of Re
views and make, at study of the causes
that led up to this conflict, that tjidy
may see 'now innocent :of any wrong-
But before ho could got further,
counsel, interrupted him
(IT ....... J- MA nvnlnnnlinna " tin run
,i inin nBWAr! T I doing the rank and juo aro
UCU UUI-, " - hnw.lrn
..... x,.-. u l:L XM. I'lUKIiNa
suggest mm you wuiu m
tiff's office. Is that so?" u
. .... I j-TTm.f nAtrnm T 17rpC3 rVf AW
Tho witness pursed his lips, then v."""11 Vy,uf" 14
obstinately shook his head. COITRATCTS FOR ROjUJS i
"Well?" continuca tne narnsier.
I'vo answered you," retorted the
witness: "I shook my head." road
ir t , j:j t i..,1 nnrl first, tnnk un the bids for tho (Troll
xes, yea, i kiiuw yuu uiu. m. ubuu - ; , . i
it rattle, but wasn't sure' whether it WW 'the towrishtd lino road south ,npp
was up and down or from side to side, from Bandon in Dist. No. ia; 1 he J 111 U V ii I JU ty 1
. I n 1 1 . r 1 . : .. . .1 I. .. n .nnrfu inhn I . . 1
('chopUng In youth Khomfl ,lnrltljr
Pensular Celery Compound
Pensular Palatable Cod Liver
Oil Extract ,
Pensular Corn Salve;
Pensular After Shaving Cream
'Pensular Perla Denta Forth
Powder and Paste ,
Dykes Quinine & Sage Hair Tonic
Dykes Heptaic Salts
Dykes Kidney Pills
Dykes Catarrhine ( t
Dykes Baby Cough Syrup
Dykes Eczema Lotion t " '
Dykes Compound Elivixir Euchu
Dykes Bronchial Lozenger
fTho-county,' cour. (was, ojiajjcd ; in I -f - -
ad business yesterday afternoon
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See our line of Palmer Perfumes, Soaps and Toilet
Articles. In our j lines of Stationery , Cigars and Candies
you will find the usual will selected stock. Pianos
and Columbia jGraphophones Ansco Cameras and
Camera Supplies, we will be pleased to supply your need;
Mnu, n nlnin nnswor. nloase! Yes or first mllo of this road has already be;n
- r ' . .. .. t.u
n i, p, l graded, n or tno seconu mue ira ui
included a bridge arid Were 'as follows:
A T rn..nfii 9 fihh. 'Tlii.Vinrfl Rrns.
XT-.I-. -..JI. , .-I"
nUUCI-- 111 yICUHUIO. . , ...... y-. .
., , .i... i... S4550;.liandont uonatrucuonro.,
rj nr i in nnrnnv irivi'ii. liiiil u v ui- i '
Jr nf tho Cnuntv flmirt of the State R9rtr TVTr. 'Trnim $5475.'
of Oregon, in and for the County of . , . fourtK mile." Richard Uros.,
Coos, made on the i:atn aay 01 may, - - i
"1914. C. E. Kopf was duly appointed sjr.OOOrBandon'Conatruction' Cor, ?4,7
. 1 r i 1. .. .1 nDl.a
as guaruiuii ui uio uumiu o-in- Mr Trnin--S5 105'-
8 O Tllll. on inennn nnrann. nnil Mr. I rain,- fO,lVU. -f
Ui kJ. W. U.bWV., "11 ........... j
that said C. E. Kopf has duly quali- All theso bids were rejected and it
fln.l no cnpVi minrilinn. I ..... . . y- a
" m, rv I; 'J' i:a was decided to appoint a. j. counts
Aneroioru Ull pciauiia iiuviiib K.iaiiua . -.jr- v
nirninst tho nstato of said S. S. Little.' as specal roaamastor.io uo uiu wori
-" ... . I .' i . s .
insane, are hereby notified and requir- Tho samolsort rof -order was maUe
ed to present tho same with proper ftg to th0,work in district 20, whore
vouchers, and duly verified in the p No w hayo ch of thjJ
uH..v.v., v - . '3F .....
Wade, in Bandon, Coos County, Orer In District C, therft. yas a peutipn
gon, within six months from the date by tho taxpayers, and W. H. Hull was
Dated at Bandon, Coos County,
Oregon, August 18th, 1914.
C. E. KOPP, Guardian.
iJrMllMl tn nrnr n n.nan In the beftt wl
Mr tlii httl cerniiueiit occunaUan Tor nblc!
ill k cpble.T' PrcsfdeutC. W. lllot.
This Is the Mission of the
ShniarA Oil &rMoicr Oars
. - -.3
appointed special roadmaster.
In District No. 12, in Brewster Val
ley, the .bid ofN. H.qry at $l'25j a
roa. was accopteoaims is jor masnpg
a road throughHhe rock along a bluft
whiclvMn-some places is50 feet hgh.
A coijditionof Mr. Harry's bid is;that
her8hall;receiyo5?5,a.day1rfor the fipio
Forly-.sUth School Year Opens
SEPTEflBER i8th, 1914
Urit fnr llliietrntfd ino.nnrr Rnnk
let "THB LIFE CAREER," and for Cata
log containing full Information. ;
Detrree Courses'' AGRICULTURE :
bandry, Poultry Husbandry, Horticulture.
Agriculture tor leacners. ruKtaiKi,
LOOQINO ENGNEERINO. HOAIE ECO
ClNUinncniiu; cin,uiiui, iiuumuui
Highway, Mechanical, Chemical, Mining.
Ceramics. COMMERCE. PHARMACY.
Industrial arts. . s
Vocational CTo-ARrIculture, Dalry-
Inj, Honie Makers" Course, Industrial
Art I'orttrv. Rutlness Slhort CourSO.l
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School of Music Piano, String, Barid.J
i.L.".it-... ' .1
Voice vuiiure. j
Frmeri'Busines Course by Mail Free 1
.Addrl T;iK KKGISTRAR,, 1
(lvrf-15 to M) CorTSllH, Orego
Constipation, if Neglected,
Gaiiscs Serious illness
j required to do the work"! and anyidx,-
. . . s
cess over that shall bo turned into ,tno . lendk
road district treasury. If tho .fi25 to almost innumerable complicaj-
. i. firms anrciiHK iiic kcihihi ncan.,.
a rod doesn't pay him $5.00 a day
is to sta'nd the difference.
Mrs. Thomas of Myrtlo Point Jwns
Judge Hall asked "wont ?5 do," when
Commissioner Armstrong remarked
iif ;i i i ir ...1.1-l.T.
niH4i! it zsuvuii uuu u nuii, viiii;ii:wuo
donft Coriuillc bentinel
nllrnvoil n ninqinn
4ment suggested $10 a
Wo have lust received a nacket of VC0I". uncoI,?'1- JJ
valuable publications from the .Fpr- V . TwouM&S
. -.. t 1 . . .1 1 .. Otl..!u1 ... .1. A I n n t I IX II nntilil lilt
I COll ui:IUi 1I1IVIIV, llli:iuillll; liviitfl.li WCItA, V VP " m ir-r-". --
..... ... , 'iri I no WOT. iH "-r-
Laueis uescnuing many oi our wps- ( Dr. Mllm Lntculhe Taiiiutu, mm
' I I .. ...In. llifi.n funnel I I mil novur
tern trees. ; i , uk , ni., innerf in miUi rt
. . . r i i...n..vi,
The following books wero donuteul n"'F 'i'"-' T.'.H V
i a ii nuvii ni i"i ioiiihi iiiw uiu.'.
ly Mrn. NunnioJohpj "lAbs of tho, , ui ,ioy "
Urpti,er. llumbolt," Lfa' n Abyatn-L Thoujand, . of ff.'S
In," "Greater Brltlnri Under Vjc- while nombly rraliiiig Mjnmtliiug
-ff '' i "t flirn rii 'f (TVlIMIIVW llti j f
M,u.le. book for glrU, WIM Ktty"
lritiJ y fwinl uihI jji, cniituiiiiKK JmH- "
Many cases qf
,p.tb.cr ipycre dis
eases arc tracd
ablc to prolongcfl
clogKing . of the
the effects f
E. Ayers, 6 Sabiji
"I was nfWotctl
with , cflnstiiitlin
nml lihlnunnrKK far
nnfl ot tlme beenmo no bad I
City Meat Market
A FULL LINE OF SELECT FBESII
AND SALT MEATS ALWAYS ON
HAND. MODERN METHODS AND
COURTEOUS TREATMENT COM
BINE TO MAKE YOUR TRADING
HERE A PLEASURE. YOUR PA
Geo. Erdman, Proprietor
DONNEY'S COFFEE HOUSE
Opened for business again in
the Red Front Building on First
Street. Meals at all hours day1'"' '
or night. You known you always.
get something good to eat at1
BANDON TRANSFER CO.
!nlilw1l UiiAllirnu Pivina
T MIIIVIIVII HI WHIUI rif WjK Y
i All IdjiiU of heavy hikI IIkIiI dmyinK. J'lione order
X K'VCU iHmIY Hllt'lllM'Ui .IJHIII tuilli:i I'lIPl W, VAl' J,
i . koii, lfM Vrmwrly, .'IVJepliono.fiil,
, 'I ,u 'JL ijunirilj.ao.ililHiiil.. Id.