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SEMI-WEEKLY BANDON ifECORDER. TIltl'HAv'. HIT. 3t$T,HU
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EAT SALMON AMD
ureal! of Fisheries In Bulle
tin Tolls of Advantages,
Automobile and Machine
a - '
WK WISH TO THANK
THE I'KOPLF, OF BAN
DON AND VICINITY.
FOR THE LIBERAL
PATRON AGEYOU HAVE
GIVEN US DURING THE
MAY THE NEW YEAR
BRING TO YOU IOYS
wrni OUT NUMBER
AND AN EVER-INCREAS-ASING
WARE CO. INC.
4 t 4 ?
NO SLUMS Hi NfcW YORK.
The-Grand Theatre wishes its many
A HaDDv and Prosperous 1;";
. A &
i-v for the year
That it w ill be our steadfast purpose
1915 to jive our patrons the best
I to be produced in the worlds film-markets, to con -I
tinue presenting 'a good, clean entertainment every
night, that will .meet the approval of the Bandon
Public and make the Grand Theatre a house where the
father and mother may take the children for -an"
evening's pleasant " amusement. AGAIN WE
WISH YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR!
their many friends and patrons
A Happy New Year
Drawing announced in next issue.
Rnlcst $!.()() lo $2.00 per day,
Special ralon by weak ormontb
Sample .room, iij cofitiictiffn
Washington. Tlio bureau of fisheries
hns Issued n bulletin to show folks
how to smite the high cost of livlug by
eating loss meat mid more salmon.
Statistics aro presented to show 'that
one can buy more bone, muscle, blood
and brain building material for leift
money by purchasing salmon than bj
purchasing most forms of meat
One pound of canned red salmon, ac
cording to tlie bureau of fisheries, will
cost. If of the best quality, about 10
cents. The same quantity of nutil
munt In the form of strictly fresh eggs
would cost Ml cents; steak. .Kl cents;
mutton, ,TJ cents; chicken, llYi cents;
smoked ham. U'.'i cents; pink salmon,
The best grades of cauned salmon,
the burertu of llsherles finds, nro richer
than meats In body building materials
and contain about the name amount of
fats. I'lnk salmon, wblc"h Is a ehcapor
grade. Is better than meats for making
flesh ami bone, but has less fat.
"Hither Is as digestible as tho best
drloiu steak, there is no waste, nnd
nothing hns to be thrown away except
the can." says the bureau.
"To reduce the cost of living eat
more salmon, especially of the cheaper
grades, nnd less meat. Meats spoil
quickly In the luimo. Canned salmon
will keep Indefinitely If unopened."
Verdict of n Bxprt Aftoi a Seared
I Throujit tho -City.
I have made an am u'.in.-i discovery
lit Is the result of iluov days and
j nights of guiliK to and fro in Nw
York sometimes alone and souictlmo
with a wise but not . yiiLaU; tivt'
You can Mad crime ami criminals
you can ll."d vice, powrty. drui.Lcu
ness. disease. Iut you ciinn; I Had
nluinsuch Iiiiiis as 1'lmkni hum
In Antwerp. Coinm. .upi"
l.oudou and many another ohl
ulnli' ltv. The red N tint .vol'
cannot have a slum without lilth. ami
New York Is a clean Ity. Nollhoi
crime nor poverty nor crowd make a
slum. You must have lilth as well
and thai Is what New York hasn't got
I looked for It east and west am!
north, from river front to river front
Hvcrywhere. anywhere, were crime
vice, mean poverty. ICverywher
tlileves. rogues, outcasts, men and wo
men Isolated from their kind by stu "
mere suffering, but no slums.
Dirt, of course. Is relative, lint tin
tenements -even the old nests of low
houses lined with fire icapes-wort
habitable human dwelling places. Alio
the night going detective declared In
jould show me nothing worse. I want
id to see the fetid caves where wretch
rilncss lay moaning on garbage heaps
the windy garrets whole it starved
nnd there were no fetid eaves.
In the old streets and the ding?
v'ouns of Purls you can still llml hun
dreds of them; you have but tojvall
perlithly through the street of tin
Vlirce (.'ales or the street of the I mi
Pot.; yon have bat to go Into tin
suburbs that lie outside the fortlllca
Hons for ywir by year the centrifugal
force that stirs In every great ag
gloiuuratlnn ' human atoms ha
thrown Parisian lieggiirdotn into thai
Hut In the wiikIumI and lighted tin
ilerworld of New York there are in
slums. There lu not one slum tint'
half deserve tho name. Wretched
Uftut all you ploRxe; hunger iu th
streets nnd on the housetop. It mil)
be. but none tti those Kiiugroned li"le
df filth without which no real uluu
I spea U a I mo t with the ducWon oi
an ojcperl. for I mmt many yean
iirowllngly liivanUglliiR tlw Blum
tlnit rut und blni'hMi tlu urfce o
Huropo from Jdetcow to l.lnhoii
Vim TboiupMiB 111 New York thin
No Cn Far Aotri,
XWr U on.' priiteithlou tttut two ill
trr i . rrn i in l rrom .niryln a wmIW
Mv U' l ! kn-' 'H thiii
ah tin- -'ii, . in- ' n -i -'W nuiut j
trill'" M.'i"'i ' I i' l" ' "'"I
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hmui m it '" w
tmiJ.lt. ... to ! I'm
A, ..r. Kti .i i."i i
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Bring your work to the Garage and Machiiu;
Sliop. Everything done with neatness and
dispatch. Agent for Buick Automobile:;.
M. D. SHERRARD, Bandon, Ore.
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THE NEW STATE COUNSELOR.
Robert Lansing Versed In International
Law John3tn, Folk's Successor.
ltobert Lansing of New York, up
pointed as counselor to the stato de
partment at Washington to succeed
John HausoU Moore, Is a son-in-law of
John W. Foster, secretary of stato un
der President Harrison. Mr. Lansing,
like John Hassett Moore, has from his
entrance Into the law specialized In
International matters and has repre
sented tho United Slates as counsel
oefore a number of arbitral tribunals
nnd claims commissions. Ho was born
In Wntortown, X. Y on Oct. 17, 18lM
Ho was graduated from Amherst In
l8S(5 and wan admitted to the bar three
Cone Johnson of Texas, appointed as
solicitor, succeeding Joseph W. Koik.
now chief counsel for the Interstate
commerce commission, Is an ardent
Hryan Democrat and a leading facta
tu his party In Texas.
Cone Johnson was one of the orlgl
nal Wilson men in Texas. He was ft
delegate to the Halt'lniore convention.
Mr. Johnson took a pronilnmt part lu
Hie primary light against Senator Jos
eph W. Halley. Ite has been identified
svlth the prohibition element In the
The mill is down but I'm
still on the job, ready to
furnish you with a sky
scraper or a chicken
GEO, W. MOORE LUMBER CO.
t Pocket Flash Light
Just received a fresh shipment T
ECLIPSE OF SUN APRIL 21.
Partial Only and Visible North of
People In that part of tho United
States north of a lino drawn from
Washington to Indianapolis will bo
able to seo a partial eclipse of the sun
inmnids do not prevent at sunrise on
,prll 21. The path or totality, of thin
eel Ipse will be north of 70 degrees lat- '
Itudi! and will pass across Hwcueu auu
Tho United Stales naval observatory
has Issued full ci.lculatinns nnd maps
showing all data of the eclipse. As' the
observatories at Itfga and Kiev are In
the path. It Is not likely any country
will go to the expense of sending a
parly to make observations.
Milk, Butter, Cheese, Made From Dean
After years of experimenting, pure,
wholesome milk, so closely approxi
mating the real liquid that excellent
cheese and butter can bo mado from It,
Is Itcing manufactured In London from
the liT5ls of casein obtained from soy
tieans. To the casein are added fats,
ugar and salt. ICmulsiflcatlou is then
carried out, and lactic acid Is added
Soy beans have been used to moke
ill soap a ml cattle caken.
B. T. WOl.VBRTON n. C. DIPPKL
Coos County Mearm Opportunity Secf'Jkwwton First
I niPPPi & wm .VF.RTOW
CHOICE FARI LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY
? Tim INSURANCE GUY DIPPL CONYEYyVXCES 2
f. NOTARY PUBLIC AUDITING KKAL E!TATI3
f RENTALS ACCOUNTING FARM LANDS 4-
$ nOOK-KErll'ING INSTRUaiKNTS
I BANDON :: :: :: :: OREGON
Locked Up In Tool Dox of an Outgoing
Pprlngllcld. Mo. - How ten fathers
hnrticwhlppcit a man who had been ac
cused of Improper coudnct at his
iKNirdlni; house and then shipped lilm
nut of town by locking him In the tool
box of a locomotive, was told to tho
police chief hero by a committee f
cllUelis who had Ik'oii summoned to
Tho nffulr occurred tho nlglft pre
vious, and Its victim, accordliic to tho
report to the ihiIIco, was Jerry Mil lone,
nn uuidoyeu at (lie Ht Inils and Hun
I'lfliirtico (Prlsco) nilliond shops.
No trace of Malono could be found
the next day. ami Krlico oilli lals were
'inked lo opu i1h tool box on over)' h
oiimlUe lHt(WMi)ii 1 1 mo and Newburg,
tin, iim It U MltfVHl ho was went lu
J Opened for busmefs dgain Jn
thV Red FrontBuildinglon First
t Street. Meals at all hours day
or night You known you always
f get something,""good tomcat at
W i j hi tll'it
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Mil In Thru 6Ule.
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BANDOW TRANSFER CO.
Gatch&ll Brothors, Props.
t AU kinds of heavy and ltetft tkaylnir. Phone orders
siven prompt attention, .faun oorncr First &c Bdi-
t son, 1,'isn l'roperiy. . leiupnouu u-ii.
G. E. WILSON
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I crlijidcx unci &l their f(M i"ljutwl by mun Umt
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