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SEMI-WEEKLY HANbON UECOll uEit, FK1DAY, 0C1!. 16TII, 1914.
1 1 r-SAV
BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONE
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Be a Missourian and Let Us
We are In the position
mMwuwmniim' wimi y iiwiiumwwmmiiijiiwi' """"
'Small Rent, no Clerk hire, and over 30 years
experience in both Wholesale ar.d Retail branches
of the Drug Business has taught us to
of which we give our customers the benefits of
GIVE US A- TRIAL
THE PEOPLES DRUG
THE OPEN FORUM
An Evil Incubator.
It matters not what we may pro
fess to bo, "the kckIs wo worship
write, their names In our fnccs." Tlio
same is true of our overy institution;
for by their vory nature thoy write
their names undisputnblo. You may
bclievo in the Dioty or disbelieve, but
those things you do beliove: Good and
evil or right and wronjr, morl and
immoral, justice and injustice; and
bcllovoing tboso you must have some
idea of your relation and duty to hu
manity. You know that jn spite of
nil our advanced civilisation, which
has even gone far beyond our dronms,
there still remains with us one Insti
tution which, notwithstanding it . is
civilization's greatest enemy, and a
constant menace to humanity ibeing
n criminal institution from evory
point of view, is still allowod to
flourish, tho while protoctcd by law.
Slavery of tho South, if you please,
was a legal and protected right by law
in spito of it boing wrong, until right
triumphed over wrong
We past our judgement upon man
and his institutions by what thoy are
and not by what thoy may bo called,
for wo know thorn only by their diir
crcnt atlributoe. Tho saloon is an
evil incubator bocnuso it has framed
its own doetlny by tho attributes of
of its own nature all of which are
evil; thereby writing into history its
The lijrht against tho liquor traffic
is a fbrht for Immunity against the
dollar. It is not confined to the Pro
hibition party nor the Cluistnln peo
ple, but to the thinking people, and
the employers of laW. No mutter
what foolish Ides mi may hare in
favor of the mUhi, it m going out of
miiiii'hn for the very rrusmi that it lit
in the way of JM".'!' -
Who but an Imlliinkiiitr mun um
voir for an iMrt'iutim, i lw i ili-fcui
(iii-ilu- osnii i i . . , .- "t n ,
I .ilnlMUlH.ll of V! "J -lU",
mi i... ut HiMHtattlp. an J i tfi
l !.!. IliUWl lit IiI-'HiIi 4
The Easiest Way to do so
Where they give you
uy Our Goods
Grain Drag Compais
for ouFcountrythen voto for tbf sa
loon, and you can have access to all
tho vice, anarchy, disrder and mur
der you want; for those are only a
few of tho products of its incubation
its highest purpose being to make
evil more popular.
With tho quostion settled once and
for all time agninst tho saloon vith
out one good reason for its oxisUnee,
what oom is there loft for argument?
None. Then what is tho voidict?
Wo have the saloon on trial today
before the jury of tho whole pejplo;
with more convicting evidence of tho
guiltiest criminal agninst Immunity
and the nation than was evor compil
ed by any people; and God, the great
est Judge of all lime, has instructed
tho jury how to bring their verdict
of guilty or not guilty. He bos spar
ed no olYort to make Himself plain,
and knows the offenders to bo guilty,
yet, His ruling of froe will democracy
hits placed tho jury upon its own hon
or. I heseoch you in the name of God
what is you honor? What will you
say when Die last moment stands be
tween you and Him?
n. 0. NETTLETON.
t S. I). Kelly, Proprietor
'j Light and Heavy haul-
contracting and grad
ing. Transcient trade
solicited. Ii orses
boarded. Phone 1151
Office: Dufort Building
Baaaam i i mi iij ,mu
C, I. Starr
riumlimg am) Ktram Flitting
First t'luM Work jiMraniil.
u 'In tyM tffg .
ilk I II iHH V
to do it
M. E. CIIUHCII SOUTH
Sunday School, 10:00 a.-m.
Preaching, 11:00 a. m.
Kp worth League, 0:30 p. m.
Preaching, T:30 p. m. "
Prayer Meeting Thursday, 7:30.
Missionary Society, Friday, 2:30.
W. P.. SMITH, Pastor.
Sunday School, 10:00 A. M.
Preaching, 2nd, 4th and fith Sun
days at 11 a. m. and 7:30 P. M.
HEY. WM. HORSEALL, Pastor
METHODIST CIIUKCH ,
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Public Service, 11:00 a. m.
Evening Service, 7:30 p. in.
Mid-Wcek Service, Thursday, 7:30
1 All those who do not worship else
where are invited to como with us.
C. .MAYNE KNIGHT, Pastor
10 a. m Sabbath School
It n. m Preaching
0:30 p. m C. E. Praycrmeeting
7:80 p. m Preaching
Thursday, 7:80 p. m. Prayermeeting
A cordial invitation is extended the
public to attend tboso services.
ItEV. WINPJBLD S. SMITH,
use Yoifit byis, hut no
NOT ABUSE IT
M. G. POHL, Optcmeteriat.
Toat froo of clwrge at &broa
Do yon want pure drug
aw! drug miidHt.s Hue
porfuuiM, hlr Iruiin-H.
unci Ui nrih'Wnl f
mi mil n
His Salary As Office Holder
"How Was It Spent?"
Since K. A. Dootb, nopubllcan cm.
didate for United StntoB Senator, an
Bworod tho question, "Where did you
get It?" Republican papers have raised
the question for George E. Chamber
lain, tho Democratic nominee to an
swer, "How did you spend It?" Somo
Industrious dlggorha3 compiled the
list of public offices Chamberlain has
held stneo coming to Oregon from
Mississippi and calculotoo that Cham
bcrlain has drawn down moro than
$100,000 In money contributed by tax
payers. It is how Chamborlaln spoilt
this money that Republicans are
One nowspaper odltor recounts that
Chamborlpin has been Attorney-General,
District .Attornoy, Govornor and
United States Senntor, holding some
of these oiTIws moro than one term,
nnd that Chamborlaln since entering
public life litis scarcoly over been off
tho payroll, os ho ontorod upon a new
Job before the old one was worn out.
In his explanation of "where ho got
It," Hooth told tho story of his llfo.
ppmoorpta say that Hooth Is an aris
tocrat nnd docs not bolong to tho plain
poopK Hooth'H own narratlvo re
counts how ho was ono of n family
of 12 children; that ho lived In a log
cabin, worked on a farm and took
bis pay In chickens; punched cattle,
herded sbpop and otherwise helped
support the family until ho was 21
yenrn old and paid for his first "storo
clothes" by gathering wool from
bushes nnd taking tho hides from
Bhn-p which died on tho rango. Ho
strufiled hard for an educution and
acquired It. Ho waB a day laborer,
and day laborors ore supposed to be
plain people. By Industry ho met
with success and associated with oth
ers ho built up a sawmill Industry
which developed -the timber resources
of interior Oregon.
H. A. BOOTH
Hooth's statement Included tho dec
laration that nt times tho sawmill he
mummed employed 1.100 men and tho
payroll oxceeded 180,000 a month. Tho
concern brotiRht Into Oregon moro
than $10,000,000 of outside money and
fanners. mirohnnts, laborers and en
tiro communities received the major
part of this sum, directly or Indi
rectly. The Republic-vis point out
that Ilooth's rise from a farm hand
nnd day Inboror Is to IiIb credit and
ilmt hundreds of other OroRon boys
are developing tho samo way. Thoy
also point out that tho Industry which
Booth's efforts built up brotiRht Into
tho state more monoy thnn tho Gov
ernment ha, appropriated for river
and harbor iinprovemonts In OroRon
slnco tho stato was admitted to tho
During the porlnd that Booth was
tumliiK timber Into n stream of gold
which wos flowing through Interior
Orexou, spreading prosperity to work
ers and merchants, the Republicans
doclaro that Chamberlain was draw
ing n salary from tax funds as an
office-holder. Having been born in
Oregon . and lived here all bis life,
Ilooth's supporters contend that he
knows Its people nnd tho needs of
tho state ns well as any man can and.
having mndo good, whether as a far
mer, cowboy, sheephordor, bookkeep
er or sawmill man, ho can make good
in tho Senate.
Tho Impression that Hooth Is a mil
lionaire has boon Rained because of
the grant commercial enterprise which
ho oausad to grow from almost noth
ing and buoauvo of tho law -mitri-
butlims ha lias glren to ': onal
awl other Iwtttrineot work.- Kootli
MUfeaww Ibat be never was a mil
lioiialr ftM-tt (bat bin holdings In the
buslDM be Managed was vury small i
ia fui-t, It is about S wr Mtt, or
lHKlten)l. omt of iln lUpubliMU
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in juiiKiiif, ' Mi"" wan lor
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Fire place wood $1.15 pettier
F. L Christie? Phone 5B2
TiriO 1TARN10SS M AN
ompleie stock of har
ness, shopping bags,
trunks, suitcases, valises
The new soil of litis section requir
es a COMMERCIAL bEKTILlZER,
giving it what nature lucked. You
must liaue it for your garden lo get
ilte best results. We have a large
supply at a very reasonable mice.
Order Your Freight Sent by the Old Reliable
: . :-
Large Two-Berth Outside State Rooms yith Run-
Eight Day Service Between ihc Coquillc River and jr
? FIRST CLASS PASSENGER FARE, $7.50 ?
FREIGHT RATES, $3 ON UP FREIGHT
t Reservations: J. E. Norton, Coquillc; Perkins', Z
t Myrtle Point; E.B. Thrift, Langlois. ::
? J. E. WALSTROM, Agcni, Bandon X
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We want you
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
DEPOSITED WITH THIS 1)AV
SHOWJJIOW IT. POSSESSES Tli ,
CONFIDENCE OP PEOPLE WI.O
SAVE AND ARE THEREFOIV
THRIFTY. YOU CAN JOIN Till "I
WITH ADVANTAGE. PUT YOt It
SAVINGS HERE AND TIIKVI .
RE AS SAFE AS A ROCK. SM i L
ACCOUNTS WELCOME AS I. ARC
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$1.75 per tier ;
$1.50 per (ier
r eect uo.
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