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SEMI-WEEKLT RANDOM KECOBDEli, TUKSDAY, JAN 12. 1915
Published every Tuesday and Friday
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Entered at the Post Office at Ban
don, Oregon, as mail matter of th
C. E. ROPE, Editor and Managei
Make all checks payable and address
all communications to the company
Subscription price, ?1.50 per year, in
The Recorder is in receipt of the
following which was adapted . from
the Chicago Daily Tribune:
When the basic conditions
right as they are today business
needs only the right kind of thoughts
and the right kind of talk to make
Hero is something to do today:
Evecry hour, on the hour, say that
business is good. Say it to the ma
next to you on the street car. Sa
it to the man at the desk. Say i
to your lunch partnerto your boss
to your stenographer to your cus
tonior to the man who waits on you
Say it to yourself if you are alone
but say it. Every hour on the hour
say that business is good.
The effect of that little phrase, re
pcated eight times a day by a million
men and women or more will bo
enough to overcome months of pes
For business will be good now, to
duy, next week, and right along, il
we merely say that it is good and
stick to it.
Constant repetition of the power
ful little phrase will generate the
unanimous confidence which is what
business needs all that business
needs. For your own sake, for the
Bake of the man you work for ami tin
men who work Tor you, for the sake
of your family and your friend, for
the sake of the employed anil the un
employedsay that btisincKS is v"d.
Eight times, today, every hour on
the hour during the business day,
say that business is good. Tomor
row and next week remember that
you have said it and remember that
you were justified in saping it because
there is every reason why busineess
in the Northwest should bo not only
good but better than ever before.
We are the market place for the
Golden West, and our territory lias
a better material basis for prosperity
than ever before. Our business is
bound to be good if we, all of us,
make up our minds to the fact.
Thought for today:
SAY THAT BUSINESS IS GOOD.
Many doubtless remember the dis
cussions as to the cause of hard timet,
during the free silver campaign of
One school of economists stoutly
maintains that they were caused by
a lack of confidence.
The many articles similar in tone
to the communication given above
in the public pro3s and magazines
since 1907 when Roosevelt started
his Armageddon against the railroads tu
and other malefactors have evident
ly been written in the belief that they
could holt) business b restoring con- is
Hut. conditions have failed to im
prove materially, it evidently is a
condition that cannot tic improved uy
a state ot intnu.
Preventing the bejigernnt nations
from interfering ''with our commorccLu)
and similar nets can not do harm.
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A FAITHFUL VICAR OF CHRIST
The last issuo of the Recorder con
tained a reprint of a local that ap
wuncu a rujimii. ui " .v...
peared in it on Dec, 28, 1891, annou
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cing that Rev. W. Horsfal would hold
service on the following Sunday
Twentv years is a long service in
one comunitv. But Rev. Horsfall
has preferred to remain here to ad
minister to the spiritual wants of his
flock in the face of many material i
duccments to go to other fields.
This is a worthy example and
marked contrast with what one some
times sees in the city churches.
nM ..n,i,ip.i i ml rosnect that
such action commands for the man
also reflected upon the church.
BAY VIEW HOTEL GAIN
ING MANY FRIENDS
It is always a pleasure to speak
well of a man who is working to ben
efit the public or to accomplish any
thing in which the town or comumnn
ity is interested.
Just now the town of Florence is
specially' interested in making things
pleasant for the traveling public and
a good hotel is n very important fac
tor in bringing this about. That
the right man for the place is now
engaged in catering to the public
here and that his efforts in that dir
ection are satisfactory is shown by
the following article, which appear
ed in the Marshfield Record a few
"Up at Florence, where many Coos
Bay travelers stop over for meals and
lodgings, there is a neat, homo like
hotel where sojourners find comfort
able quarters and llnu menus. But,
according to reports, it's fame is slow
in spreading because certain influenc
es deny it the right of mention. How
ever, it comes to the Record the place
is all that is claimed for it and several
have epoken of it's excellence. The
Bay View hotel is conducted by W.
J. Clarke, who is 'a former Assoc
iated Press agent, a Knight Templar
and a host anybody is pleased to
meet and will always remember. The
city of Florence should feel proud
of having such a hotel keeper in her
business circles and boost for his
hostlery." The West.
W. J. Clarke was a former resident
and business man of Bandon.
"Oil EST RANGERS' ED
Portland, Jan 7. The District For
ester at Portland, Oregon, announces
that the rangers' educational course,
established hear by the Forest ser
vice, lias just started it's second ses
sion, and will continue until March
In their work for Uncle Sam, the
angers gain much practical know
ledge, but many of them have felt
need of n more intimate knowledge
f the technical side of forest work
This course was designed to meet
that need. The instructors are the
technically trained men of the Port
land office, who have specialized
tlong certain phases of their work;
the teaching is done by means of lee-
res which are mimeographed and
int out to the men in the field. The
studying is done after the day's work
over, for nothing is allowed to in
terfere with ollicialduties.
Last year the lectures were rather
general in tone, and aimed to give
the rangers a broad viow oi ttie sub-
et of forestry. This year howev-
the lectures will take up special
ijects connected with the actual
irk of the sorvico in the Pacific
Northwest. In this way, methods
of planting and ho wing, nf timber up-
raiial, characteristics of Northwest
rcos, laud class k'"t on, 11 ro protoc
ion, forimt survoyi, titc, will bo cov-
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WHO KNOWS A CRIPPLED
CHILI) WHO NEEDS HELP?
County Superintendent Baker has
received an appeal from the Oregon
State Federation of Women's Clubs
asking him to tell their hospital com
mittee about nay crippled children
in this county who could be aided
by state wide organization to fur
nish free medical treatment of the
most modern kind to all cases where
the family income is not sufficient
for expensive consultation with spec
ialists. The Federation, which includes a
hundred women's clubs in all parts
of the state, asks any one who knows
of a little victim of an accident, of
meningitis, of infantile paralys, of
tuberculosis in the bones or joints,
or any other crippling cause to
write the details of the case to Mrs.
Millie R. Trumbull, Secretary Child
Welfare Commission, 250 Third
Street, Portland, Oregon.
The clubwomen claim that these
little cripples, besides being the most
pitiful cases of helplessness, and be
sides being entirely without organiz
ed assistance in contrast with the
great stale institutions which care
for the deaf the blind, the feeble mind
ed and even the delinquent are also
the most curable if treated in time,
and the most able when so treated to
make good strong, useful citizens in
stead of charges on public oharity all
Bandon Lodge, No. ISO, A. F. &
A. M. Stated communications first
Friday after the full moon of
cacli month. Special communications
Master Masons cordialjy invited.
WALTER SARIN, W. M
C. E. BOWMAN, Sec.
Occidental Chapter, No. 45, 0. E.
S., meets Saturday evenings before
and after stated communications of
Masonic lodge. Visiting members
cordially invited to attend.
L. KATE ROSA, W. M.
ROSA BINGAMAN, Secretary.
Ocean Rebekah Lodge, No. 120, 1.
O. O. F.. meets second and fourth
Tuesdays at I. O. O. F. hall. Tran-
cient members cordially invited. v
ELVA MILLER, N. G.
MINERVA LEWIN, Secretary. .
I .0. O. F.
Bandon Lodge, No. 133, I. 0. 0.
F., meets every Wednesday evening.
Visiting brothers in good standing
D. C. KAY, N. G.
L. I. WHEELER. Secretary.
Knights of PjthiaH.
Delphi Lodge, No. Gl, Knights of
Pythias. Meets every Monday ev
ening at Knights hall. Visiting
knights invited to attend.
ERNEST SIDWELL, C. C.
B. N. HARRINGTON, K. of R. S.
W. O. W.
"With Chnrity Towards All"
Seaside 'Camp, No. 212, W. O W.
meets Tuesdays, K. of P. hall, 8 p.
in. visitors are assureu a not wel
come. By order of
W. A. KELLER, C. C.
C. M. GAGE, Clerk.
Loynl Order of Moose.
Meets Thursday evenings in I. 0.
O. F. hall. Transcient Moose cord
ially invited. Something doing ev
City Transfer i
: S. I). Kelly, Proprietor
i! Linht and Heavv ha-l-
Contracting and grad-
ing. lranscient trade
C solicited. Horses
t boarded. Phone 1151
Office: Dulort Bmlilmo
I I' TO TI1K
M INI' T :
PROFESSIONAL CARDS "
C. R. WADE
DR. H. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Office 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
Office in Ellingson Building. Hours,
9 to 12 a. m; 1 to 5 p. m.
DR. L. P. SORENSEN
Office in First National Bank build
ing. Telephone at house and office.
G. T. TREADGOLD
Attorney and Counselor
Office in New Bank Building
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Ellingson building, Phone 72
DR. ARTHUR GALE
Physician & Surgeon
Office in EMingson building. Office
phone, 352. Residence phone, 353.
DR. S. C. ENDICOTT
Office in Ellingson building. Office
phone 1211. Residence phone, 11G1
DR. I. L. SCOFIELD
Office in Faliy and Morrison Building-
next to Emergency Hospital.
DR. II. M. SHAW
Eye, Ear, Nose and
Office Phono 330-J Res Phone 105-J
Rooms 200-1 Irving Block
Consulting Engineer and
i Brown & Gibson
The Leading Contractors
We furnish plans and speci- J
fications ami if no are go
ing; to build anything, no t
matter how large or -how $
small, we can save you
money. Let us finure on
X vour building.
Try the Recorder shop with
that next order of printing.
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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
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