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SEMI-WEEKLY BANDON RECOH PER, FKIDAY, SE1T. 25TII, till
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There arc a hundred and one
brands of clothes. Every
manufacturer claims his par
ticular "make" the best. We'll
not banter words. We make a
simple request. Have a look at
We'll be perfectly satisfied with
your judgment of their style,
character, strength and tone.
J. ' IRA SIDWELL
Qce, how me nrm Is Itchln'I
Tliar's a twllrh In overy nerve.
I wnnt to start In pltclilii'
That good old fool 'cm curve.
I've cot a drop with Lrechea
Anil a ppltball that's a dream,
For I'm tlio fcuy wlmt pitches
For Ilucky Alullan's team.
Yea, I'm Rettln' nwful eager
For to exerclsd mo wing.
That I'm the makln's of n leaguer
Is a sura ami certain thlnK.
And there's koIii" to he n losses.
If youse hettin' take a hunch
From the ;uy what tosses
For Ilucky Mullan's hunch.
For they'ro coin' to cop no bases-
With yours truly In tho box,
but we'll gluo 'cm to their places.
For me backstop Is n fox;
Me backstop's Mickey Iluggles,
And he's on In every sign
iliulo by tho wiy what Juggles
For Ilucky .Mullan's nine.
LIVE LIKE INDIANS AND BE
t4 the clean.
&rosen& J ch?ap,:fu?i
Do ytiti realize tlio convenience nntl economy of llio
modern oil stove? Tho fuel kcroscno is llio
cheapest you can got clean, safe, easy to liamlle. Tlio
stovo lias licen nerfeetetl until it is as good aa a wood
or coal range for any kind of cooking. Tlio
OIL COOK STOVE
will cook n (jiiick, light Iircakfast for you, or it will
cook a liig dinner with roast nntl hrcad tuul pastry.
Tlio Mow l'erfection doesn't overheat tlio kitchen.
It doesn't smoko or taint tho food. Think of tho
comfort of Btiiuuior cooking in a
cool kitchen. No wood or coal to
lug; no ashes to dirlv un
the house. Why not ask your
dealer to show you tho New
II EST RESULTS
USE PEARL OIL
Advice of Sioux Is That While Race
Go Back to Nature.
In an Interesting speech before tlio
Now York Anti-Vivisection society Dr.
Charles A. Knstnian, a full blooded
filoui Indian, suld tlmt the way every
body could be lioiilthj was to live like
the red man. Hu made a plea for the
while race to adopt tlio tnodo of livlni;
which kept the aborigines In such ex
celleut physical trim.
Dr. Knstiiiun, who Is a graduate of
Dartmouth nnd who reeelvetl an nddiil
degree from the Iloston University
.School of Medicine In 1800, appeared
before the audience of more than MX)
persons, mostly women, In the native
costume of the Hloux tribe, with the
eagle feathers and beads which mark
his rank among Ills own people.
"I can recall," be said, "my grand
mother strapping me on her back and
carrying me across tho Missouri river,
Just below lllsniarck, when she was
nlxty years old. How inniiy of you
who arc not more than half that age
could do the same with your own chit
"When I was a boy I often heard
white men ask one of us who were
walking through the snow and light
ing the winter winds of Dakota with
our arms and chests bare, 'How do jou
stand It? Aren't you cold on your
chest?" and our reply was always, 'Are
you cold on your face?' It Is nil In get
ting used to the conditions.
"I used to take my little daughter
down to White Hear Lake, Just north
of St. Paul, tie her to my back and
plunge in. At llrst she choked and
screamed, but soon sho got to like It,
nlUunuili she was only two years old.
IWdCflie delights In going In swim.
inlug In the winter, and whiter Is cold
In Minnesota. What we must do is
bring our children nnd ourselves closer
to nature If we want a healthy nice.
Live like the Indians."
THE NEW STATE COUNSELOR.
Robert Lansing Versed In International
Law Johnson, Folk's Successor.
Robert I.mislng of New Vurk, ap
pointed as counselor to the state de
partment at Washington to succeed
John llassett Moore, is a sou-hi-law of
John W. Foster, secretary of state un
der l'resldent Harrison. Mr. lousing,
like John llassett MiMire, has from Ills
entrance Into the law specialized lu
Inlci'iintloiial uiiittcro ami lias repre
sented the United Slates as eoiuise!
before a number of arbitral tribunals
and claims commissions, lie was born
! lu Watertouu, N. V.. on Oct. 17, 1SUI.
He was graduated from Amherst lu
lhN! aud was udmllted to the Nil-three
Cone .lohii.-on of Texas, apHilted as
solicitor, sue coding Joseph W. Folk,
now chief counsel for the Interstate
commerce commission, Is an ardent
llryan Democrat ami a lending factor
hi his party In Texas.
Cone Johnson was one of the origi
nal Wilson men In Texas. lie was a
delegate to tho Italtlmuru convention.
Mr. Johnson took n promlmnt part In
tho primary light n pa I list Senator Jos
eph W. llalley. lie has been tdcutltled
with tlio prohibition element lu the
We have just received a
large shipment of
Hay and Grain
Prices are Reasonable
I Bandoo Warehouse ;
ECLIPSE OF SUN APRIL 21.
Partial Only and Visible North of
rooplo III Unit part of the United
States north of a Hue drawn from
Washington to Indlauaiiolls will be
ablo to see a partial eclipse of the sun
If clouds do not prvvctit at sunrise on
April 'Jt. The path of totality of this
eclipse will U north of 70 degrees lat
itude aud "111 pass, across Sweden and
Tho United Slates naval observatory
has Issued full calculations and maps
showing nil data uf the eclipse. As the
observatories at Riga uiul Kiev are lu
the path. It U not likely any country
will go to the exivnse of sending a
lrty to make olisvn nitons.
The Bandon Recorder 1.50 per year
Milk, Outtsr, Chssst, Mads From Beans
After years of exivrttnentlng. pure,
wholexoine nillk. so closely approxi
mating the real liquid that excellent
choose und butter can Ihi made from It.
Is bciug manufactured lu Uiudou from
the basis of casein obtained from soy
Ikvui. T the casein are added fats,
sugar nnd salt. Cmiilslflcatlon U then
carried out and Uctlc acid Is added.
Boy ts'iius have been used to mk
oil soap aud cattle cakes.
THOMAS F. HAGGERTY.
Ot tr McNjir's Hardware Sttre
C. R. WADE
DR. H. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
OfTlce in First National Bank build
ing. Hours, 9 to 12 a. m; 1:30 to 4 p.
m; 7 to 8 in the evening.
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Physician & Surgeon
Oflice in KllinRson Building. Hours,
9 to 12 a. m; 1 to li p. m.
DR. L. P. SORENSON
Oflice in First National Hank build
ing. Telephone nt house nnd oillce.
G. T. TREADGOLD
Attorney and Counselor
Oflice In New Bank Building
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Oflice in Ellingson building, Phono 72
DR. ARTHUR GALE
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Kllingson building. Office
phone, Jo-. Kesiucnce phone, db.J
DR. S. C. ENDICOTT
Oflice in Ellingson building. Oflice
phone 1241. Residence phone, 11G1
DR. I. L. SCOEI ELD
Oflice in Fahy and Morrison Build
'ng next to Emergency Hospital.
DR. II. M. SHAW
Eye, har, Nose and Throat
Olfice Phone 110. J Res. Phone 105 J
Koouis 2(10-1 Irving Block
P. A. SAND BERG
Suueyj, Plant ami Speciticatio it '
THE PILE OF MONEY
DEPOSITED WITH THIS BANK
SHOWS HOW IT POSSESSES T1HJ
CONFIDENCE OF PEOPLE WHO
SAVE AND AP.E THEREFORE;
THRIFTY. YOU CAN JOIN THEM
WITH ADVANTAGE. PUT YOUR
SAVINGS 1 1 EKE AND THEY'LL,
BE AS SAFE AS A ROCK. SMALL
ACCOUNTS WELCOME AS LARGJ1
THE BANK OF BANDON
siw Ju-J w r g
Split wood $1.75 per tier ;
Block wood $1.50 per lier I
Fire place wood. .$1.15 per tier
F. L. Christie, Phone 582 f
TII12 HARNESS MAN
Complete stock of har
ness, shopping bags,
trunks, suit cases, valises
and traveling bags.
.m .9. t j. t. f. ..: .f. .t. .t.t. J..f
Consulting Engineer and
Office in Thiifl Building
Bring us your Kodak work.
We have installed an electric
printing machine ami can fin
ish on short notice, day or
night, nnd secure the best re
sults. A trial is convincing.
YOURS TO PLEASE
L. I. WHEELER
Near Gallier Hotel
Apples for Sale.
Will lump on my apple orchard or
sell by the box. Very reasonable to
the party that contracts to take the
'orchard. All leading varieties. C
A. Pendleton, Coquille, Ore.-7U3x
For Your Garden
The new soil of this section requir
es a COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER,
giving it what nature laclied. You
must have it for your garden to get
the best results. We have a large
supply at a very reasonable urice.
Central Feed Co.
Central Warehouse Phone 142 X
Order Your Freight Sent by the Old Reliable X
S. S. ELIZABETH
i Large Two-Berth Outside State Rooms With Run- :;
t Eight Day Service Between the Coquille River and
ban 1 rancisco. :.
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER FARE, $7.50 ?
FREIGHT RATES, $3 ON UP FREIGHT
Reservations: J. E. Norton, Coquille; Perkins', ?
Myrtle Point; E. B. Thrift, Langlois.
J. E. WALSTROM, Agent, Bandon J
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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
Successor to A. E. White