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Advertising is an important
feature of modern business.
A merchant may have the
very thing the public needs
but unless the latter is aware
of this, the law of supply
and demand will not work
out. Newspaper advertising
is the best way to accomplish
this end. The name of a
business man or firm which
appears regularly in the co
lumns of the Recorder is
naturaly, most familiar to Re
corder patrons and the first
to be patronized when any
thing is needed.
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News Notes of. Interest
From Neighbor Towns
MRS. GIBSON WON THIRD PRIZE
Mrs. Amy E. Barackman, A. M.
(Amy E. von Sesselberg)
INSTRUCTOR OF PIANO FORTE
Graduate of the Royal Conservatory, of
Leipzig, Germany. Pupil of Theo. Leshetizky
Lessons given in Theory and Harmony. Advanced
- Pupils Prepared for Teaching.
Studio 752 1th Street West l'HONE 1261
W. M. STEINOFF
Tlllfl HARNESS MAN
omplete stock of har
ness, shopping bags,
trunks, suit cases, valises
and traveling bags.
RATES SI. 00 TO S2.00 PER DAY
SPECIAL RATES BY WICEK OR MONTH
SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION
Don't Give Yourself Cause To Regret It
luvause you reg'eiel placing
your valuables in a safety de
posit vault. Many have re
grrliMl their tanliuusK inai titig
fire anil burglars have nM
iliem ilear. Anything valu
able i tvurili hiking rare f.
Oun.mli mirfirif iihI ImjiuIui'
mm, W uHif your iiinpui-
Resume of Happenings Thai May Interest
Local Readers. Gossip and Sensation
Condensed and Abbreviated-
Bishon Sumner's visit to the Epis
copal churches of this county will be
some lime in June.
Dr. J. J. McCormick and wife of
Berkley are expected to spend the
summer at Coos bay.
The tcamcr Alert after an all win
ter's tie up has been placed on the
North Coos river run again.
A baby daughter was born to Mr
and Mrs. Marion Clinton of Arragc
Wednesday, April the 11th.
J. Tom Hall of Marshfield accident
allv shot himself in the throat whili
trying his gun and died of the wounds
Clyde Dendinger, cashier of the
Breakwater oflicc in M&rshfield ha
been appointed station agent at Pow
Claude Nosier of Bridge is heading
a movement asking ball teams of
Coquille and Myrtle Point not to play
Will. Hood, chief engineer of the
Southern Pacific while in Marshfield
last week said there would be no
building to Eureka now.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Smith and
daughters Adeline and Myrtle of
Marshfield have started on a six
week's tour of the Sandwich islands.
The supreme court has confirmed
Judge Coke's decision in the Southern
Oregon company tax whereby Coos
county will collect ?MO,000 delinquent
Anton Lang who has enacted the
Savior with such great success in the
Passion Play is now reported to be
in charge of a machine gun which he
operates with great skill and determi
F. M. Van Plantch, engineer foi
Kendall Bros, of Pittsburg arrived at
Roscburg last week. He will make
two or three surveys and will occupy
about a month with the work. Tlic
road will have easy grades and r.tand-
The managers of the Coos and Cur
ry exhibit at San Francisco have ask
ed for a jar of brook trout for exhi
bition purposes. The samples of Port
Orford cedar have been the subject
of much interest. A GO ft. fish net
is also requested.
L.. J. Simpson, Captain Edgar
Simpson and L. G. Shepherd direc
tor of the Simpson Lumber Co. and
manager at Sacramento, and Stan
ley Boddar accountant of the eohipa
ny are in North Bend causing spec
ulation as whether or not the Por
ter mill will open soon.
Guy Turnbow, who had been with
the Schrock saloon on the night shift
for several months, will leave on the
Nann Smith for Tonopah, Nevada
Bert Stanley, who had been with the
National and Bohemian bar i.i Marsh
field is taking the vcancy Mr. Turn
bow's departure occasioned.
Mr. Turnbow formerly lived in Ban-
don where ho is well known.
Shippers of fruit should know that
fruit containers which are shipped in
interstate commerce must be plainly
mnrked under the regulations pre
scribed by the federal government
These marks must show tho contents
either by weight, measure or numer
ical count. These regulations are ex
plicit and it will be well for shippers
to heed them to avoid possible hind
ranee and loss.
The dredge Seattle completed its
contract last week with the Port of
Coos Bay and is to move to tho Co
quille where they have a small con
tract forthwith. This dredging has
cost the taxpayers of this port ?(00,-
000 in bonds besides large sums gath
ered from private individuals for fil
ling in their lands. For the contract
or it was one of the most remunora
tive jobs let on the coast for years
the Scattb earning in a single month
as high us ?r3,000.00. Marsfield Sun
Tho grand jury will attend to
turn an indictment ngainnt Joe Coach
accused of perjury in I ho Simpson-Truadgold-Coach
II. L. Antiunion, clmrgt'd with uh
mmi 1 1 with iliingitroiiH wuroiin, (')inr
Ituniigim Towttr iHTimnl of kidnap
ping hi wifn and I. H. Ilutfli urvimcil
of tln-Mutuiiliig with a ;un Dnm A.
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Bandon Woman Successful in Scen
ario Contest of Essanny Company
The friends of Mrs. Roy Gibson
are anxiously waiting for the appear
ance of some moving picture plays
of which she is the author. Word has
been received by Mrs. Gibson that she
was winner of the third prize in the
Motion picture contest for play
wright's which was conduct
ed by the "Essanay" Chicago Trib
une. This play will be known as one
of the prize plays and Mrs. Gibson
will receive credit on the screen as
its author. The play is a three reel
drama in which Mrs. Gibson shews
marked ability as this company re
ceived thousands of scenarios.
The Universal Film Mfg. Co. is tho
first to release a play written by Mrs.
Gibson. The play was released on
the twentythird of February, featur
ing the beautiful Cleo Madison and
The Universal Weekly says "The
many beautiful scenes contained in
'Haunted Henrts" written by Mrs. E.
Gibson, were filmed by the Gold Seal
company who recently took a cruise
oil the Universale new ?500,000
yacht. The play was staged ntF the
Honolulu islands in the Southern Pa
cific ocean. This two reel Gold Seal
tea drama tells an unusunl story with
a smashingly fine deiioument."
There are also some short magazine
stories to Mrs. Gibson's credit, one of
which was published in Deceml or
3 NECTED with the exchanges of 3
j UNIVERSAL TELEPHONE SERVICE j
I j The LONG DISTANCE LINES j
I o I of this company have been CON- I o I
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The gold separating maciine being
built at the Koontz machine shop for
R. J. Long will be fthished today or
Monday according to the present in
Jications. Mr. Long, who is a rcla
tive of Col. Rosa of Bandon and a for
mer deputy sherilF .if L03 Ang'-los, ex
pects then to take the machine down
to the middle Elk river in Curry
county, there to commence mining op
orations on the headwaters of that
stream and its branches. Mr. Long
has a new type of machine, one witl
.vhich both himself and father have
hail much to do in perfecting and ho
jclieves that it will bring good results
Coos Bay Times.
Paul Stephan was given his natur
ulization papers by the County Court
One of the Filthiest
"Mafshfield is getting to be one of
the filthiest cities in Oregon" says the
Record. Judging from the number and
character of the crimes committed
there it is not much better off morally
than it is physically. Of course we
anticipate the ready reply that it is
not citizens but strangers who are
guilty of most of the offences com
mitted in that city,-but if it will clean
up morally by doing away with
drinking places and dives there will
be a wonderful decrease in the num
ber of its undesirable visitors. What
ii city sows, it is bound to reap. Co
Magnificent Myrtle Wood Desk
Fox & Houck of the Myrtle wood
tu'rittire fsrtory h?ro have a nng
nificent specimen of their work about
ready to ship to J. A. Ward who has
the Coos-Curry exhibit at the Ore
gon building in charge at the fair.
This desk is of heroic proportions, be
ing six feet long and throe and a half
feet wide, but the size is by no means
its most striking feature. It is built
throughout of the burl or myrtle
wood and so covered with picturing
which will mnke it different from any
other desk in the world, even should
it be kept for a thousand years. For
it would be impossible ever to dupli
cate it as to find two human beings
whose features, manners and thumb
prints are exactly alike. When finish
ed in the dul finish that best brings
out tho natural beauty of the native
grain, and without varnish, this desk
is going to be wonderously beautiful.
Not only are the front and sides of
the picture myrtle but the back and
sides and every part of it that is vis
ible. The myrtle wood itself is so nov
el in its coloring and fantastic vein
ings as to render anything made from
it strongly individual in its charac
ter, but tho Great Forester never
made any two of these trees at all
alike so when one has a piece of such
myrtle wood as is made here ho has
something entirely unique.
Tho value of this desk it is hard to
oHtiinate, hut judging hy the price at
which deskH of common wood and Just
like hundred of ntliitrn, are unit), ?li00
or oviiii $H00 U not too much.
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the Coquille Valley Telephone Co.
(FARMER LINES) at MYRTLE
POINT and COQUILLE. Our.
patrons will find it very convenient
to have use of direct telephone com
munication to subscribers of the
Coquille Valley Company.
j COOS AND CURRY TELEPHONE COMPANY j
M fr'4-l'4-'I!I..:'.!' .!.A.M..M-
K. T. WOliVERTON II. C. DIPPEL
I Coos County Ilcan!i Opportunity See Bandon First
DIPPEL & WOLVERTON
? CHOICE FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY
t Order Your Freight Sent by the Old Reliable 1
S. S. ELIZABETH
1 Large Two-Berth Outside State Rooms With Run
i Eight Day Serviee Between the Coquille River and 7
San Francisco. i
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER FARE, $7.50 "f
FREIGHT RATES, .$3 ON UP FREIGHT
I Reservations: J. E. Norton, Coquille; Perkins',
Myrtle Point; E. B. Thrift, Langlois.
J. E. WALSTROM, Agent, Bandon
KQUIIM'KI) WITH WIKEI.ESS.
StfMe Br eak water
ALWAYS ON TIME
SAILS FROM MARSHFIELD EVERY SUNDAY DURING MAY I
AT J, A. M. AND FROM PORTLAND EACH THURSDAY AT 8
A. M. , $
ii wit i i
coNiTiiM sailings through bandon warehouse company
bAINUUIN 1 KAINor LK CU.
Gatcbell Brothers, Props.
f AH kinds of heavy and light draying. Phone orders I
t given prompt attention. .Barn corner First & Edi- I
son, Fish Property. .Telephone 641.
At the Exposition
When you visit the Panama-Pacific
Exposition, look for the Exhibit of
New Perfection Oil Stoves and Heat
ers in the Palace of Manufactures.
Let the Demonstrator show you how
efficient a good oil stove really is.
For Dttt Raulti Use Pecrl Oil
It lias abundant heat always ready
like Kas It bakes, broils, roasts
and toasts like a regular wood or coal
range but without dirt or ashes, No
rdor. Does not taint the food. Docs
not overheat the kitchen. Especially
good for hot summer cooking. Made
in leveral styles and sizes. Ask your
STANDARD OIL COMPANY