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THAT MANS US
Recorder Print Shop
A Welcome j
HONEST, old man.I don't know
whnt we would hnve done
without that ETNA ACCUMULA
T1VE ACCIDENT POLICY.
When a fellow lives on ihe "no-work-no-pay
hnsis'and has nothing to fall hnckon,
a cracked head and n broken arm don't get
him anything. All he can do is sit around
and wonder how the wjfe can scrape to
gether enough to keep the family cuing.
He just naturally worries himself twice
Out this Etna Accident Policy takes
the place of the pay envelope. Gives you
$50 a week as long as you're totally tlis.
nbled by your injuries and $25 atweek
even though you arc only partially dis
abled by them. Pays the bill for a surgical
All you do is sit back and tell your
broken head and arm: "All right, boys,
take your time about healing. I'm pro
vided for until you're fit again."
Safeguard YOUR income against acci
dent. Protect YOUR home from want.
Let us explain how easy it is how cheap. I
Write or telephone. J
E. E. OAKES
"WRITTEN SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT"
A GREAT Continued Story of the
World's Progress which you
may begin rending nt nny time, and
which will hold your interest forever.
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ADVKNTISTS AT GRANT'S PASS
Seventh-day Adventists from all
parts of Southern Oregon will jjather
here for the tmnual ltisiiic:r; lcssioii
and uinipnicuMhg of tni; SouUictn
O'TRon Conference of ilia, de'iomina
tion which will be held May 20 to HO.
A number of family tents will be put
up on a lot on Sixth street, about six
' id 8 from the railway depot, and
those attending the cniripmecting will
occupy these tents as home during
their stay hero. Larffc pavilions will
also be put up for the different meet
ings that trjs planned for dining
purposes, the display andsalc of li
terature, and a tent where the
campers will be received..
Practically every minister in the
conference will be present, together
with representatives frorii the North
American Division Conference, the
governing body in this country, and
the North Pacific Union Conference,
which takes in Montana, Washington,
Idaho and Oregon. .President V. C.
C. ISunch of Roseburg, will be the di
rector of the camp as well us chair
man on the meetings.
Other workers expected from the
Southern Oregon Conference include
Prof. R. W. Airey, of Cottage Grove;
J. C. Dutcher, E. B. Estell, L. A. Gib
son, of Cottage Grove; C. L. Llngcn
felter and L. L. Moffitt, of IJandon;
Prof. E. H. Emmerson, of Myrtle
Point; L. E. Tupper, of Medford; 13.
C. Tabor, of Ashland; C. J. Cole, of
Eugene; and T. L. Thuemler, of Grants
Elder P. W. Paap, of Washington,
1). C, who is now making a tour of
the Western States in the interest of
the Home Missionary work, will re
present the North American Division
conference and the Union conference
will bo repcresented by President C.
W. Plaiz, Prof. N. W. Lawrence,
educational secretary, Prof. E. C. Kel
logg, president of Walla Walla Col
lege, and W. R. Reatty, fiehlmission
E. E. Johnson of Coquille rns been
appointed administrator for the estate
of his father the late Alfred Johnson.
The estate is valued at $25,000.
THE THRICE-A-WEEIC EDITION
OP THE NEW YORK WORLD
Practically a Dally at the Price of a
Weekly, .No other Newspaper in the
world gives so much at hi low a price.
The year 1011 witnessed tlio out
break of tho Titanic European war
which makes all other wars look
small. You live in momentous times
and you should not miss nny of the
tivmcndiiDiis events that are occur
ring, No other newspaper will keep
you so well Informed as the Tlirlro-n-Vek
edition of the Now York World
Moreover, n year miinicriplion to
it Hill take you fur into our next
jrtaiiliiit!ii ninipiilh-n and wll glvtt to
wtHtlwrn itunlw the lukluiii situation
It wiiiIuIh u vuI unmunt of itiutJIiiK
NMUol at h very t'luwp ifi,
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How a Book Came
to Be Written
By DORA L. MULFORD
One summer a young man whose
appearance smacked of tho "plains"
stnniRMl nt a hotel In tho White moun
tains und. the regular meals of tho
day being over, called for a supper to
be cooked for him. When It was ready
be wns called and ushered Into the
dining room, which wns deserted ex
cept for himself and tho waitress who
attended upon him. Before he begau
to eat he noticed that she was comely,
leaving served him with what he need
ed, she wns about to leave the room
when he said to her:
"Suppose 1 need you nfter you have
cone, wnnt snnn i 007
There was no bell at hand to call
her. nnd she took tho man's question
for tin order to remain. She was evl
dently not pleased at his action nnd,
taking n position near him. stood first
on one foot, then 011 the other, looking
part of the time at the celling, the otb
er part nt the floor.
"I'm sorry to keep you," he snM.
"It doesn't mntter, sir. It's my place
to wnlt on you."
Tho young man was sorry for what
he had done. lie would rather not
hnve been served than have some one
looking Idly on when he nte. Never
theless there wns something In the
girl's nppenrnncu that interested him
He had heard pt college students be
coming wnlters or waitresses nt hotels
In vacation, nnd he fancied she might
be one of this class.
"You're no waitress," he hazarded.
"No waitress! What do you mean
"You're n lady."
She colored nnd showed emlmrrnss
ment. lie fnncled that ho had struck
tho nail on the head. Itecomlng hold
with his first success, he pushed 05
"I've met you In society."
"Met me In society! Where?"
The young man chuckled. The ques
tion "Where?" wns n dead giveaway
Had she not been "In society" she
would not hnve asked such a question
But he did not reply to It
"I hnve been looking for you," he
went on, "ever, since n certain ball at
which I met you. 1 danced with you
twice during the evening, nnd you do
not remember me."
The scamp looked very much cut up
nt her falluro to recollect him.
"Was It in Now York?" she asked.
Another giveaway. She had been
In society In New York. Many func
Hons took plnco nt S.'s, on Fifth ave
nue. "Wcro you not nt n certain dinner
followed by a cotillion given by a cer
tain lady of fashion one night"
Ho figured to bo trying to recall tha
"Last winter, Just before Lent?"
He broke Into a laugh.
"Whnt amuses you?" she naked,
"I ntu very much pleased with my
elf." "Indeed! On whnt account?"
"My perceptive faculties. 1 knew
run for n lady even in tho gnrb of a
waitress. I accused you, nnd you con
fessed. I hnvo never met you before.
All that I have said to you has been
made up of whole cloth."
Tho girl now broke Into n laugti.
"What amuses you?" asked the man.
with a fork mldwny between his plate
11 ml his mouth.
"Your stupldlty7 What do you
"Rather, 1 should say confidence
You were right n snylng that wo met
at S.'s, and the dato I gave you Is cor
rect I wns your pnrtner In the cotil
lion. You told me you would never
forget me. And now you tell me that
wo have never met before. For shnuia
"Kennerton, by Jove!"
"Will you deny your Identity?"
"No, but you! You art I have Ifc
you nro Miss Kfllngham."
"Rut what nre you doing as a wait
ress In this hotel?"
"What nre you doing In this western
"I've been traveling in the west
studying life. To study life one must
live nmong the elnss studied."
"So you told me when I met you In
New York. You were very enthusiastic.
I, being a society girl, tired of the filial
low life 1 led, resolved to study life
too. I have learmyl a lot here more
noma nm i-him 11110 which 1 was iioni
than tho class Into which I wns not
"And I have Just served a three
months term as a cowboy, nut I've
had enough of It. I'm going to bo it
"So nm I tired of M.ng n wiiltrefs
I'm going to be a lady onco more."
"I leave for New York tninorniw
"Ho do I."
"I'm going to write a bonk nhotit
my itxperli'iiies ns 11 waitress In n sum-
HUT llMtlll "
"And I'm ynlntr in rlli a book xiit
my i'ierlniH is us a Hiwlmy."
"U'uiHlnr If ttn eunidn'i iimku h
noii uut n f tliii 1 mm"
"I'm wUw ! hu' up nmu ttuum I
lisi) in! "
"I (mi iMt w t hw up, hul I
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Every Household in Handon Should
Know How 16 Resist It.
If your back aches because the kid
neys are blockaded,
xou should help the kidneys with
Doan's Kidney Pills are especially
for weak kidneys.
Recommended by thousands here's
n:.-uiliUIIL7 1IUIII II11S VlClllliy.
Mrs. W. A. Trefren, 731 Highland
Ave., Grants Pass, Ore., says: "My
limbs and ankles were swollen so bad
ly that I could hardly get around. My
nacK paineu me constantly. I knew
from the irregular action of my kid
neys that they were at fault. Doan's
Kidney Pills reduced .the sweling in
my innus and ankles nnd got my kid
neys acting as they should."
Price fiOc. at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Trefren had. Poster-Milburn
Co., props., JJuffalo, N. Y. adv.
PORT ORFORD REPORTS
(Prom Port Orford Tribune;)
P. H. Poole returned yesterday from
another visit to Bandon. From the
pleasant smiles worn he evidently
interspersed pleasure witli business
while away r.nd some of liis friends go
as far as to suggest that lie may not
return alone from some of these
Will Clarno who has been carrying
the mail during the winter months for
T. 1J. Davidson between Port Orford
and Langlois, completed his contract
last week. Mr. Clarno has gone to
to Pistol river with n gentleman who
contemplates buying his ranch on thnt
stream. If the sale is not made Mr.
Clarno will move his family down in
the near future.
P. Nordberg who in company with
Mr. Jirinker is mining on the Cape
Blanco beach, was in town the latter
partrof last week. He saya that they
are working. It is seldom thut this
beach goos r, season without yielding
considerable values in gold and pluti
num, and in early days it was one of
the richest, r.nd now it is cr.e of the
the most dependable, blacksand dc
posits along the coast.
Delmar Wright, who has ben teach'
ing school on Floras crock- for the pas!
few weeks, came down to Port Orfoio
Friday nnd in returning to his work
Monday by bicycle overexerted him
self with the lesult that he suffered
a hemorrago of the lungs. He ra
turned home again, and with rust and
care is expected soon to bo himsclt
again, fir. L,antear is substituting
in his place as teacher until Prof. P.
II. Robincon completes his term hero,
when he will take the school.
Mark Historic Spot
Grave Yard Point, one of the sights
ly promontories projecting into Port
Orford harbor about which history
weaves its early day romance, is no
longer unmarked, for the first of the
week Geo. Forty, P. B. Tichenor, C.
Long, P. Giggs, Jus. Lane, C. H. Smith
and Mr. Spensley climbed its heightb
and planted a sturdy flag polo tnerc
from which the stars and stripes an.
During the Indian war times a com
pany of soldiers were fortified on tin.
Heads, and while encamped there a
young Captain, from aprominent New-
York family, died and was buried on
the point, from which event it received
its name. About the same time three
civilians were ulso burled there, and
it is to mark the restingpl ace of these
advance agents of Western civilization
that the flag polo lias been raised.
It is nlso proposed to hold short mo
morinl services on the point. -Port
The new Catholic church at Coquille
the Church of tho Holy Name of Jes
us will be dedicated May Kith by
Tho steamboat inspectors nre kept
busy in this section. In addition to
trying charges against Cnptnln Lo
nevo of tho Charm, churged witli run
ning his bout without it pilot In the . pi-lot-houso
they will Investigate tho
cause of the wreck of tli" liumlolh,
and tho collision of it yuur ugo f tlio
ilreilgn Mklilii urn! Hi" schooner A. M.
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Bandon Lodge, No. 130, A. P. &
A. M. Stated communications first
Friday after tho full moon of
each month. Special communications
Mnstcr Masons cordially invited.
WALTER SARIN, W. M
C. E. BOWMAN, Sec.
Occidental Chapter, No. 45, O. E.
S. meets Friday evenings before
and after stated communications of
Mnsonic lodge. Visiting members
cordially invited to attend.
ADELAIDE E. REYNOLDS, W. M.
BLANCHE FAULDS, Secretary
I .O. O. P.
Bandon Lodge, No. 133, I. O. O.
P., meets every Wednesday evening.
Visiting brothers in good standing
D. C. KAY, N. G.
L. I. WHEI2LER. Secretary.
Ocean Rebekah Lodge, No. 120', 1.
O. O. P., meets second and fourth
Tuesdays at 1. O. O. P. hall. Trail-
cient members cordially invited.
MARGARET SMITH, N. G.
MARY C. BARROWS, Secretur..
M. E. Church South
Sunday School, 10:00 a. 111.
Preaching, 11:00 a. 111.
Ep worth League, 0:30 p. m.
Preaching, 7:30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting, Thursday, 7:30.
Missionary Society, Friday, 12:30.
W. B. SMITH, Pabtor.
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Preaching, 2nd, -1th nnd 5th Sun
days ut 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.
REV. WM. HORSFALL, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Public Service, 11:00 n. 111,
Evening service, 8:00, p. 111.
Mid-Week Service, Thursday, 7:30
All who do not attend church else
where ure invited to worship with us
C. MAYNE KNIGHT, Pasto."
. . . . Preaching
, . . . Preaching
is extended the
10 u. 111
11 a. m
1:00 p. m. . . C. E.
:00 p. m
Wednesday 8:00 p. m.
A cordial invitation
public to attend these
REV. WINFIELD S.
Sunday School, 10:00 A. M. '
l'reaching Service, 11:00 A. M.
ELDER A. B. REESE.
Church of the Brethern
Sunday Services: Sunday School
10:00 a. m; Preaching serivce at 11
a. m. und 7:00 p. m.
Everybody cordially invited.
L. B. OVERHOLSER, Pastor.
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3 PROFESSIONAL CARDS
C. R. WADE
DR. H. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Office in First National Bnnk build
ing. Hours, '.) to 12 a. 111; 1:30 to 4 p.
m; 7 to 8 in tho evening.
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Ellingson Building. Hours,
0 to 12 a. in; 1 to ft p. in.
DR. L. P. SORENSEN
Office iu First National Bank build
ing. Telephone ut house nnd office.
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Ellingson building, Phono 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. Renidence phone, 1101
DR. I. L. SCOFIELD
Office in Fahy and Morrison Build
ng next to Emergency Hospital.
DR. 11. M. SHAW
Eye, Ear, Nose and
Office Phone 330 J Res Phono 105-J
Rooms 200-1 Irving Block
MARSH FIELD, OREGON
t Hotel Bandon
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