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S. S. ELIZABETH
Large Two-Berth Outside State Rooms With Run
Eight Day Service Between the Coquillc River and
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER FARE, $7.50
FREIGHT RATES, $3 ON UP FREIGHT
Reservations: J. E. Norton, Coquille; Perkins',
Myrtle Point; E. B. Thrift, Langlois.
J. E. WALSTROM, Agent, Bandon
Recent improvements in our long distance
lines and switchboards have resulted in much
better transmission for telephone conversations
to Koseburg, Eugene, Salem, Portland and
all Western Oregon points. Business men
will now find it is as easy to talk to their
local customers. USE YOUR TELEPHONE.
It saves you lime and money and makes for
more safisfactory relations.
COOS AND CURRY
Read The Bandon
DEPARTMENT OK THE INTERIOR
U. S. Land OHicc at Koseburg, Oregor
July II, 1915
NOTICE is horoby given that Harry
L. Anderson, of Bandon. Oregon, who
on July 22, 1012, made Homestead
Entry, Serial No. 08204 for the E &
of NW Yi and Lots 1 and 2 of Section
31, Township 2D S, Range 13 W, Wil
lamette Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make final Three-jcar
Proof, to establish claim to tho land
above described, before Manton E.
Treadgold, U. S. Commissioner, at his
office, at Bandon, Oregon, on tho 30th
day of August, 1015.
Claimant names as witnesses: Ed
HkJscl, of Bandon, Oregon; Ed
Young, of Bandon, Oregon; Pete
Spania of Bandon Oregon; G. II. Fish,
of Myrtle Point, Oregon.
J. M. UPTON,
Jun 9.0 Ot Register
. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Equalization for the County
of Coos, State of Oregon, will attend
at the office of the county clerk of
said county, at Coquille, Coos county,
Oregon on tho 13th day of Septem
ber, A. D. 1015, tho same being tho
second Monday of said month, at tho
hour of nine o'clock, A. M. of said clay
and publicly examine the assessment
roll, and correct all errors in valua
tions, descriptions or quality of land,
Oregon's School For Ore
Oregon Normal School, Monmouth, Ore.
PURPOSE: The training
FACULTY: livery member professionally trained.
DEPARTMENTS: For fitting elementary teach
ers for city and rural schools.
COURSES: Professional. Supervisors, Rural, Pri
mary. ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS: Completion of
two years high school or its equivalent.
GRADUATION: Completion of Jilumentary or f
Standard Courucs leads to Slate Cortifieatu with. I
TERMS DECJN; lUwilur full
INFORMATION? I'ur furiliw
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lots or other property.
.Petitions or applications for the re
duction of a particular assessment
shall be made in writing, verified by
tho iath of the applicant or his at
torney, to be filed with the board dur
ing the first week it is required by law
to be in session, and any application
not so made, verified and filed shall
not be considered or acted upon by
Dated this 14th day of August,
T. J. THRIFT
Assessor of Coos County, Oregon
, Til EN A of the I'm thuiio .
Too HcrloiiM Is your lnnw.
Ton much It 8ioukn of vi,'ll
And crlrn, scholastic vmv.
Athena, nil your lovclliict
Is wrought In nomlior mold,
Your measured Krnco of form mid
Is too sevcro nd cold
Sulillmo you aro, but history's fi ine
And nil tho loro of years
Provo Aphrodite's victories
Full oft hnvo wrung your tour
O queen of wisdom's wide cstuto,
' Let wisdom mako you wlsol
Tho mightiest mind rules best be
hind A warm iwd gay disguise.
Athnn of tho Parthenon,
Hold nil your wit nud warth,
Hut bnlnnco Aphroditu's store
Of tenderness nnd mh th;
Unhetm your brow, your trcises
And half your wlrdom hide;
Then will you shnme your rival's
And many a god's beside.
-ICmnia Ghent Curtis
of teachers for
When Veterans Visit
The following i9 nn account of the
visit of Bandon G. A. R. and W. It. G.
representatives to Coquille last Tues
day from the Coquille Sentinel.
The Bandon G. A. R. Post and Wo
man's Relief Corps were the guests
of the local corps on Tuesday of this
week. The visiting members arrived
on the morning boat and were met by
a delegation of the Corps and taken to
the hall, where tho morning was spent
in renewing old acquaintancees. At
ncan a chicken diner was served to
somethig near a hundred and fifty
people. In the afternoon, instead of
the usual meeting, the following pro
gram was given:
Song by Capt. McEwen.
Recitation by Mary Levine.
Solo, "I Want to be a Soldier",
Vocal Solo, "A Perfect Day", Mrs,
Song by Harry and Stanley Warren.
Vocal Solo, "The Old Flag Has
Never Touched the Ground", Mrs. Still
Recitation by Hattic Morrison.
Song by Alice Young.
Recitation by Mrs. Morrison.
Recitation "Kentucky Bell", Maud
Address of welcome by Mrs. Tozter.
In addition to the regular program,
several informal talks were given by
Lamb, Mrs. Shields, Mrs. Faulds, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Zeek, Mr. Sumner, Mr.
Young and Rev. Mr. Leggett.
The dining room doors were again
thrown open and the guests invited out
to lunch before it was time to start on
the return trip.
The visitors were escorted to the
boat, and after repeated good-byes
they departed, wishing their hosts
"many happy returns."
The Bandon people came up on tho
Telegraph and the excursion was coin
posed of 30 members of the Relief
Corps, and 8 members of the Post be
sides several other soldiers.
Of the local post there were present
11 of the fourteen members. The Re
lief Corps turned out about 40 strong.
The following is the address of wel
come, composed by Mrs. L. B. Tozier,
and read by her on the occasion of the
visit of the Bandon Post and Corps
Chronicles, Chap. 1. In the second
year of the reign of the Arthur and
Morrisonite, certain women dwelling
in the city of Coquile said one to an
other. These are perilous times, we hear
from afar, even from Bandon by the
seashore of the Pacific Ocean a multi
tude of women are coming to take our
city even our stronghold, tho strong
and mighty Relief Corps.
Let us get ready our armor, our sup
plies, our children, and flee unto the
mountains, even to Brewster valley
and there build a fortress that wo may
not be taken by these women from be
yond the river Coquille, for they are
valiant and strong and will surely de
vour our substance and our children
and carry away our husbands to he in
bondage unto them. Then spake Lau
ra the Bandonite, whose husband did
get much gain from selling wood to
the inhabitants thereof.
Give ear unto me, I pray thee. Let
us make a feast and appoint certain
women to entertain, and other women
to meet this mighty rmy, and show
them much kindness. Even let us kill
tho fatlings of our coops nnd make a
feast, and peradventure these women,
even the strong and mighty Relief
Corps of Bandon may be subdued and
not take our city or our children or
even our husbands into captivity.
Then certain mighty women of au
thority said "So let it be."
Then the queen of the city said "Let
us appoint certain of our numbers even
Abbie the Kellyitu and Belle of the
household of Elwood, nnd Sarah the
the Wickhamitish woman, and Sophish
i. ...li.- i -ii . 1
mu wiie aim viauser me carpenter,
these maidens aro mighty nt the cook
' stove even to feeding a great multitu
X de, and let us bring our fatlings and
provide a feast on the third day of the
And it was so.
And it came to pass when the day
was come that the hosts from Bandon
were expected, the people of Coquillo
arrayed themselves in their fine rai
ment and buried all their munitions
of war, even their swords and their
bayonets, and took no weapon hut their
banner nnd went forth oven to tho
lunik of tho river to meet this mighty
army whoso captain was Sadie of the
trlbo of Shields; and many tttulwnrt
women and mighty for their vulor
were thero ami npuko they to our hobt
"who are llit'tu coming to inui'l iu ar
rayed in Hume guy trapping?"
Tlmn npuko Kuruli, tint Jumper ut lliu
inn "Wuluowo to our y, nw miiiiui.
uiul our (rlwU" uiul Muiy Dim ',n-k
ll Miu yu iru not u JouKUu m7Ii
l uui himt4 ovmii lo thu mkii ui
AWHJI iJjM Ml) iJjlflHjiJ ((Mil
JutuJit ijwtf m imtv iu mr fiJ rly
m mm i imils uimyi
bttfen om' swo Into pWshiras and
our Hilars imo pruning kooks. INOIth
er snail we team war any more, but
come into our fortress and partake
of our feast and be at home with oty
people, for we desire peace and pleas
antness more than the taking of a
And all the women of Bandon and
all the women of Coquille were moved
with one accord and shouted with a
loud voice "All hail! Peace be within
thy walls and prosperity within thy
palaces"; and they led the daughters
of Bandon to the palace called the
Woodmen Hall and ntu and drank and
made merry and rejoiced one with an
other even until the great ship Tele
graph returned them to their own city
oven the city of Bandon by the Sea.
ELAINE OF ASTOLAT.
LA INK, tho fnlr nnd lovable:
Elaine of Astolnt
Tho eentlc. rare nnd beautiful.
wno died for Lancelot.
A half forgotten chapter left.
Her natlvo downs among,
Aa sad as any heartbreak song
The poets yet havo sung-.
For when the dumb old servitor
Steered forth to Cnmelot
To bear tho death cold Illy maid
In search of Lancelot.
There paced tho moaning river's hinh
A sorrow burdened youth.
Who lonfi nnd patient yeara had been
Her squire of proved truth.
Elaine had died n wasting death
For him that loved her not:
Young Jared lived a living death
For her that scorned his lot;
He lived to muse despairingly
On slights to manhood rare,
While all the woild was paying court
To pomp and trumpet blare.
A thousand loves like theirs hnvn been.
Ten thousand more will be;
Tho hungry heart too often seeks
An empty granary.
Appoint your head to guide your heart
Hwcet present day Blaine;
Invest young Jared with romance.
And thus your knight obtain.
Emma Ohont Curtis.
The county court has given a con
tract for the construction of an experi
mental mile of hard surface road in
the neighborhood of Bunker Mill at u
cost of $1.02 a square yard. The hard
surface will be nine feet wide with a
shoulder of macadam on each side of
three and a half feet. The work is ex
pected to be done by the first of Sep
The Rogue River Cannery fight
that came up before Judge Coke at
Coquille Wednesday had its hearing
postponed to Gold Beach August 24th.
The men were up on a charge of con
tempt, tor violating an injunction re
straining them from trespassing on
the property of the Wedderburn Trad
ing company. ine court action is
final culimation of a fishing war that
lias been in progress between rival can
nerles on the Rogue; the Macleay com
pany and the Wederburn company
over the rights to certain fishintr
The war has led to the destruction
of property and night raids on one nn-
other and now thee ourt will take a
hand in a settlement of the difficul
T WONDEH If ever a Bong was sung--
But the singer's heart sang sweeterl
I wonder If ever a rlmo was rung,
But tho thought surpassed the meterl
I wonder If ever a sculptor wrought
Till the cold stono echoed his ardent
Or if ever a painter, with light and shade.
The dream of his Inmost heart portrayed!
T WONDEIl If ever a rose wns found
J- And there might not bo a fairer!
Or If ever a glittering gem was ground
And we drenmed not of a rnrer!
Ah, never on earth shall we find the best!
But It waits for us In the land of rest;
And n peifcct thing we shall never behold
Till we pass tho porta! of shining gold.
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Thr "car 1914 witnessed the out
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which makes all other wars look
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dnd you should not miss any of the
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ring. No other nuwspapor will keep
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it will tuku you fur Into our next
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BJ LODGE DIRECTORY ?
Bandon No- 130' A- F- &
A' M Stated communications firt
Friday after the full moon of
each month. Special communication!
Master Masons cordially in7ited.
WALTER SABIN, t. U
C. E. BOWMAN. Sec.
Occidental Chapter, No. 45, O. E.
S. meets Friday evenings before
and after stated communications or
Masonic lodge. Visiting membern
cordially invited to attend.
ADELAIDE E. REYNOLDS, W. M.
BLANCHE FAULDS, Secretary
I .0. O. F.
Bandon Lodge, No. 133, I. O. O.
F., meets every Wednesday evening.
Visiting brothers in good standing
GEO. H. SMITH, Secretary.
L. I. WHEELER, N. G.
Ocean Rebekah Lodge, No. 12G, I
O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Tuesdays at I. O. O. F. hall. Tttn
cient members cordially invitee
MARY C. BARROWS, Secretar
MARIAM WILSON, N. G.
M. E. Church Soutli
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Preaching, 11:00 a. m.
Epworth League, 0:30 p. m.
Preaching, 7:30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting, Thursday, 7:30.
Missionary Society, Friday, 2:3u,
W. B. SMITH, Paste
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Preaching, 2nd, 4th and 5th San
days at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
REV. WM. HORSFALL, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 a. ni.
Public Service, 11:00 a. m.
Evening service, 8:00, p. m.
Mid-Week Service, Thursday, 7:8c
All who do not attend church else-
whftre are invited to worship with us.
C. MAYNE KNIGH'I, Pastor
10 a. m Sabbatli School
11 a. in Prcachii.rf
7:00 p. in. .. C. E. Prayer meeting
8:00 p. in Preaching
Wednesday 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting
A cordial invitation is extended the
public to attend these services
REV. WINFIELD S. SMITH, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 A. M.
Preaching Service, 11:00 A. M.
ELDER A. B. REESE
Church of the Brethcrti
Sunday Services: Sunday School
10:00 a. m; Preaching scrivce ut 11
a. m. nnu at r.au, p. m.
Everybody cordially invited.
L. B. OVERIIOLSER, Pastor.
which In prDpurert
In four i'olorii
And Tnu Ura,
25c & 50c
Komi to nlBtnp
fur Mtniplu. iht'
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The Bandon Recorder
C. R. WADE
DR. H. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Ofllce in First National Bank lui
ing. Hours, 9 to 12 a. in; 1:30 to I
m; 7 to 8 in the evening.
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Physician & Surgeon
Ofllce in Ellingson Building. Hour
9 to 12 a. m; 1 to 5 p. m.
DR. L. P. SORENSEN
Office In First Nationnl Bank btt"
Injr. Telephone at house nnd pffi-i
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Offlc in Ellingson building, Phone "
DR. ARTHUR GALE
Physician & Surgeon
Ofllce In ENingson building. ' Or'
tihone, 352. Residence phone, 8"
DR. S. C. ENDICOTT
Ofllce in Ellingson building. Of
ohnn 1241. Residence phone, ,
DR. I. L. SCOFIELD
Office in Fahy and Morrison Bui A
ny- Aixt to Emergency Hor.pitai
BANDON, OR EGO
DR. H. M. SHAW
Eye, Ear, Nose and
Ouice Phone 330-J Res Phono 10f J
Rooms 200-1 Irving Block
i Hotel Bandon
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AMERICAN PLAN $1.00'
I and $1.50 per day. $
I European Plan, rooms Z
t JUc, 5c ec $1 per day
Z Eaton & Rrase, Props. Z
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CHATBURN & GARDNER
Attorneysjit taw '
Suit No 3
First Nat Bank
The Mititake in Made by Many Bauduii
Look for the cause of backache.
To bo cured you must know tl
If it's weak kidnej'H
You must set the kidneyii to wori
A rcsidunt of this vicinity shov.
Mr, liinhey had. J'owtc'i -MIILur i
John McCullUter, Itoutn I, hi.
Mope, Oregon, mii'm: "I hud pmn
inn Miuaiioi my duck ami kiikiii twin
I'd whim vlnoping or lifting. My lu
urlii'd ut night uiul wuv Iuiiih in t
morning. I llmd i-unIIv und wum Im
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