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About The Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1915-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1915)
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Don't Give Yourself Cause To Regret II port ok re
. v. v mwirtwrn h-MW-v4.H-.H- v-M'-H-'i'-s' -
because you re'ee'ed placing
your valuables in a safety de
posit vault. Many have re
greted their tardiness inncting
fires and burglars have cost
them dear. Am thing valu
able is worth taking care of.
Our vaults are fire and burglar
proof. We invite your inspection.
THE BANK OF BAND OK
(From Port Orford Tribune.'
Thut a country editor is versatile
and can be proficient in more than
one one r.rt, was shown in Port Or
ford last Saturday night when the
editor- of the Tribune was one of the
winners in a clothes hanging contest
In this cr.se however, it has been sug
gested that the editor probnbly mis
sed his calling in following the print
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
ALSO FULL LINK OF BEE SUPPLIES ON HANI)
CENTRAL FEED COMPANY
BANDON TRANSFER CO.
I Galchcll Brothers, Props. :
All kinds of heavy and light draying. Phone orders
given prompt attention. .Uarn corner First & Edi- :
son, Fish Property. .Telephone 611. ;
Clyde Inmar, Supt of the Hydro
Sixes mine on the Sixes river, was
drowned in Rogue river at Mule creek
last Thursday. In company with two
I cj.nnanions. Messrs Wall and Kirgers.
.young Inman was in the Rogue river
country prospecting, and cn the day
of the tragedy hud gone in the rivvr,
lmthing. He was unable to swim and
getting into the swift current of the
.stream was carried into deep water
The father, who was in California,
.van notified of the di owning and he
telegraphed to spare no expense in
patroling the river witli the result
that the body was found Saturday
about a mile and a half below the
tce to of the accident. The remains
were taken to the railroad r.nd ship
ped to California for burial.
The deceased was about 1!) years of
age mid was a bright, gentlemanly
youiif, fellow who during his short
residence in this section made many
warm friends Resides his father, the
deceased is survived by It's mother
nd a younger brother and sister who
are residents of California.
Theic will be a fourth of .iuly cele
bration at Huchro Creek.
A special tax levy of 1 ', mills was
Uoted at the annual school meeting to
pay interest on school bonds and for
general school purposes. This is 1 mill
less than was voted last year.
Smiling Dutch has challenged Mr
Sutton of Port Orford to a wrestling
ma! eh as a feature of the Agate car
I 1 f
tes July 3rd and 5th I
raw i.. Jmjmst3E23t3MS2K!?PZ
KATES SI. 00 TO $2.00 PICK HAY
SPISCIAL RATISS HY WKKK OR MONTH
SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION
ARRANCiKMHNTS arc now fully perfected foraood, old
fashioned Fourth of July Celebration, which will start at
sunrise S.iliinl.iy morning and clme at midnight the Moil
day following. Two full days of innocent fun and amusement.
There will be Atlilclio Contests of various kinds such as Log
Roiling, Tug of War, Rise Rill, Koot Races, etc. IScsiiles these
there uill be an elaborate Parade in which business houses, Fraternal
ami Civic Organizations uill compete for prizes.
The well known M.irshfield Baud will furnish music for the oc
casion ami beside this there will be dancing with excellent
The Citizens of Marslificld extend a cordial imitation to all to
become their guests on either or both of these d.i)s of merriment
and assure all who come they will have a good lipid ami be
By order of Celebration Committee
t. n'ar.s llis wl-o sr r.ilt ; t f ore's iv ncy making every Ho'lar Jo full duty
ar.J getting In irturn an aitic!t Hut td satisfy you In every way.
Tht , WHITE; .,
T. J. From reports that the sheep
owners of Rrush creel; rold rcently
lor D't cts a paund.
Two Ford automobiles driven by
I'Jmery Whiteworth and Clint Male
born, collided on the mountain last
Suwl..y. No one was hurt and the
'VhiUvorlh car, though considerably
.minaged, was able to proceed on to
Wodderburn. Mr. Malcborn was com
ing -'own the mountain but had drawn
a one iiide of the road and stopped his
. .r when Mr. Whiteworth's car skidd-
u on a sidling place and the two jit
ney locked horns. The Whiteworth
.xv w; a now one, as he had trouble
1 1 1 bis old machine last week and
i"-'k it to P.andou and traded it in on
e ju.-it from the shop.
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. :-.u rnscLiflcitvcussitwillpiratrvoti
1 : finiia rmti bcatiiyof it f--n"-. " , $
yon will find the Whl!":. tt "JL' . .4
' : from every point of vicar. f
v.'' bs f'.d to slww you hcxr fml .-.
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?. CLEVELA:T; I
Its only a matter of building the
I id;;c . and luying the rails now, be
i'uii; ti.e cars will bo running into this
..uley from the outside world. In a
couple of weeks trains will he. running
10 .'.cine on the Willamette Pacific
.ml ui other lap will lie covered by the
KOUIITI'I) Willi WIRKI.KSS.
1 1 ..it,
Tl.u Rivera and Harbors committee
of vho National Congress is in Sun
C-rtiK'im-o to see the fair and inspect
public works in California. They came
by invitation of the Legislature of
1 California which pays their expenses.
Portland has invited the committee
to visit that city at the expense of the
city a.id Mai'shlield has also come for
ward with a similar proposition in the
nteiesL of Coos bay.
ALWAYS ON IIMK
SAILS FROM MARSHI'TKI.I) KVKUV SUNDAY
AT !), A. M. AND FROM PORTLAM) UACII THURSDAY AT js
C0NHU.M SAILINGS lllKOHGII HAMlON WAKCIIOUSK COMPANY
Die West Shore Oil Comnanv is
inj. plans to order within the
li?w days 17 tons of casing for
no wvll located near the Coos-Curry
j County lino. It is estimated that the
j equipment will bo brought in and in
, sl.illoil in the well, and operations re
!sumed about July Ifith. The promot-
' ne all citizens of Coos County,
-the heaviest stockholders being busi
ness niun and merchants of llandon.
1 , lEzaieagKzao
1.1 c ni t- x- x ss.- pV
' P 1 1 10 1 1 A l N lJSS A I A N
omplete .stock of har
ness, shopping bags,
trunks, suit cftses, valises
When the light hotige is changed
to the south side of the river ono of
liu- fouture is tluit it will bo lighted
and operated by electricity. The de
partment is engaged with the iropn
ration of the plans for the change at
p;jitnt but just vvhon tho movo will be
made, can not b staled.
The I'Tiim Slund
RtfuKiil to intervene in (lie imittur
of two fines of $100 oach, un against
Captuin F. W. Panlr and the Mcoml,
thf fc'yitU TranorUtion wniiiwny
1 umailf by Ui Duptirtiiumt of Com
nurrm in lift lotto Colh-ilitr of Cu
toim. Hurkf in Portland
Ttlf fln Mfr In,.,! I,y
i 1 uimr govrnii 1,1 u,.H,, ii. ..1
ili i aiul bull, auiitf lima atfu for
I tiu l-i un uiUtrt'd tiwlt,i . f (It, law
NORTH I5KND LAIIOR TROURI FS
Contractor Sandhcrg gels into Hoi
Water With Hay Town Citizens on
the Matter of His ployos.
There was a good deal of feeling
among some of the North Ilend people
today because of the employment of
outside labor on the part of lid ward
Sanberg, who has tho contract for
building the Connecticut avenue sower
Mr. Sanberg had some local men
employed and it is stated that he dis
charged these men to make places for
Finhiiiders whom he brought in hoi'fl
The position was taken by many
in North Rend that tho money for tht
sower was paid by the propertyowner:.
und that in the employment of labor
local people should bo given prefer-1
once, especially as there were quite a ,
number out of work.
Mr. Sanberg stated today that there
wns nothing in his contract requiring
binr to employ local men but that he
wanteij to as far as was necessary for
him to have some experienced ditcher-;
and pipe layers and that he had sent
for them. lie claimed that Iho work
could not be done at a profit if he had
to employ inexperienced workmen.
It was stated that the foreigners'
who had been brought in here wore ;
arranging to live in a house by them
selves ar.d do their own cooking and :
that others had secured board at a i
very cheap rate in Marshfield and
were walking back and forth to and ,
front work. It was also claimed that '
the men were to be paid very small
wages. Those facts made quite a stir I
at North Rend and there was a good ,
deal of talk. Nothing definite had 1
boun done this afternoon Coos Jay 1
quently sold at
considerably higher '
Wni. Cross, for seven years an em- 1
ployee of the McDonald and Vaughn
ramp near Marshfield was killed by 1
being crushed between cars und log j
freight they carried, recently. He 1
was !I8 years of age, a Spanish Ameri- I jjj
can war veteran and a native of Mail'
Bandon, Coquille &
Two Bij; Seven Passenger
I. cues Coipiillc
H: 15, 11. 111.
2:11, p. 111.
liicjrlc Repairs Saw Piling
ami Repairing A Sprnalt
P. O. Box 17-1
S. D. Barrows
Will lake iinlrrs for llirrln ( nil limls
mill I'iiI"' Mul(ir-(')clrs aUn Cohan Ron
The Bandon Recorder
$1.50 a year
I .e.iM's Itanilnii
lintel (,'allier ami
7:00. a. in.
1:00, p. m.
and Hold Cliamller
7:00, a. 111.
1:00, p. 111.
S: 15. a. 111.
2:15, p. 111.
I'are $1.50 tlirouuh to MarsliMi lil
Look for While Pennant Cais
Kay Marlin, Prop. I
wblcli Is prop'aroil
In four colors
Ami Two SIi-n.
25c & 50c
Send 2c stamp
for sample, Da
partmunt D. fl
W44M The Du Four Co., Wash., D. C.
The steamer Wolverine which has
boen lied up at the Moore mill dock
for noiiie time bus been sold south and
will bo put in use on the Sacramento
Occ.itdonnlly ono will hear tho re
mark "I wish I was out of this town". .
and then one feels like saying, "I 1
wish yon wore," for a man who stands j
on tho Direct corners, chewing uinh
spitting, and tolling obscene tdoru-.s, 1
cursing the town, finding fault with ;
hi grandmother because she was a i
woman, claiming that merchants arc i
a lot of thievog, that the lawyers and '
nowapupor men would skin a man to ;
n finiih, and a whole lot more, i u I
nulwince and uliomiiitition. ,
f U R customers
have the bene
fits at all times of
our counsel and ad
vice in banking mat
ters when desired.
The government lut received I'.KMn
in uttlelitnl fur h Mingle mic." p.i
In tht wm cut In trt'dpus in ihr
SluiiiulM Natloiuil Port-hl in 1.1I fur ,
iiu, Mild which yurltltxl iiMire limn 1 1
iioiign iMiuiti lumiMtt- ui 1 uim u gooi .
it.. I MilMirimn trunm luiuu. The in 1
-i iw;t;t iMtri rti mii -iu j
m& ! $b'ii if 1 IhoiiMiiitJ fi.i Null
Mmii) lift in, lull. uiiuv'li lnHi'm luj
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
& COURTEOUS TREATMENT
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