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ONE FREE TRIP TO THE PANAMA FAIR FOR YOUl
J. W. MAST
East Second Street
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Buy Garden and Farm Produce
The Best Butter of Local
BY SAVING SALES CHECKS FROM MERCHANTS LISTED
A Grand Prize of a Free Trip to thePanama-Pacific Exposition at
San Francisco will be given to the young lady who secures the great
est number of votes in this contest.
The firms whose advertisements appear on this page have agreed
to give Sales Slips with all Cash Purchases of them or monthly bills
paid to them.. These Slips or receipts. may be exchanged for votes,
cue vote for each 5 cts credited, at the P.ecorder office. Conledt tloses
Satur.lay, August 28th. See elsewhere in this paper for particulars.
When Did Man
Begin to Live?
Man was created after
all other living
things on earth.
And he was given add
itional powers to
Think, Reason and
Act, so that he might
become ruler of all
Motorists began to
realy live and become
when they were enabled
to get the proper ac
cessories, at the proper
And to have their c?rs
repaired by men who
And those who have
fully exercised their
thinking and reasoning
to continue to live by
patronizing the Bandon
We carry the largest
stock of TIRES and
accessories in Bandon.
And our prices are
FOSTER ic HENRY, Props.
Phone 51 Phone 51
Hot Point '
RED AND WHITE
Bunting 5c a yard
5c a Roll
Fall in line and se
cure a free trip to
the Fair by trading
with us. One vote
for every Sc purchase
and five percent dis
count on cash purchases.
"HOUSE OF QUALITY"
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
FLOUR AND FEED
We may live without poetry, music and art;
We may live without conscience, may love with
We may live, without lovers live, without hope;
But civilized women f"nnot live wittlout soap.
We may live without books what is knowledge,
We may live without beauty, it fades on the
We may live without law suits, indictments are
But, where is the one who can live without washing
The Bandon Steam Laundry, Inc.
Fruit and Vegetables
We Are Prepared To Serve You
HetterThan You Have Been
Our ttock of shoes and hosiery for Men, Ladies and Children,
also Mens' Furnishings, is larger and more complete, than in any pre.
Neither the European war, nor local conditions will effect our
service or prices. In fact in our shoes, you can get the style and ser
vice ususally found iii'shoes that cost you at least 75c or $1.00 more than
Call and See Them. M. O'CON
Shoe Repair Shop in Connection Opposite the Grand Theatre
Votes for Counlest With Every 5c Purchase
ALL TRIMMED HATS
AT HALF PRICE AT
GEO. E R D M A N. Proprietor
All Kinds of Fresh and
Salt Meats, Fish and
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Record Dairy Cow
THE NEW DAIRY QUEEN
How fleeting is the glory of a Dairy
Cow Queen is best exemplified by the
eclipse cast over the yield of the erst
while leuder of the dairy world,
Finderno Holingen Fayne No. 144 1551
HFHB, by her stable mate, Finderno
Pride Johanna Hue no. 121083 HFHU,
the new world's champion. The reig
ning Queen, like her predecessor is
one of the brilliant luminaries of the
Holstein-Friesian breed, and her re
markable performance, announced
Junelfl laSt by the Advanced Registr
ry Office of the Holstein-Friesian As
sociation of America breaks all worlds
records for buttorfat production, not
only those of black-and-white cattle,
but for nil other breeds, by yielding In
I1GG consecutive days 28403.7 lbs. of
milk (13211 quarts) containing 1170.
47Ibs. of buttorfat. Tho average
yield per tiny, therefore was slightly
over 30 quarts of milk and 4 lbs. of
butter per day.
The HoUtein-Frioaiun heifer, Fin
dome Holingen Fayne, the deposed
Queen, whoso uchlevment was the
world's record for thu short period of
but three mouths produced In u like
period 2ID12.H lbs. of milk (IN 18
qumti) i'ontuliiiiiK 1110.05 lb, of but
U'lfut Tim new wnild'a M'roid row, Fin
dunu hido Jnliuiiim Hint, mlvi-d ut
tlm hk" of Avu yvum, four mould did
four dy Hit mim Id Jolumw ltm
ad" IM Nu WIV lll'IIN mi m
ilwiu ,$ imimv hide Nu. tmtl JJI'IIH
tflltf WM ii )' JImKWMJ fti'Jlf f
Iliy tfvmwtW Vmkit &
of Somerville, N. J.
The test was made under the supei
vlslon of the New Jersey Agricultui
al College. In a seven day's test bo
ginning 358 days after she calved, tho
new world's record champion produced
002.4 lbs of milk and 28.831 lbs of
butter fat and fur a second time es
tablished a now mark in the divisio i
of records begun not less than 240
days after calving.
GIL, THE TOREADOR.
THIS queen hiu In her balcony.
The. loveliest of Spain;
llene.nth roilu all the chivalry.
And roen fell Ilka rain
To crown tho uallant gentlemea
The nunfulon who bore;
A woman's favor full for one
ail, the toreador.
Iloneath the royal canopy.
To ee tho nil bull ilaln,
They nat, like loyul lovers.
The kins and (lucvn of Spain.
Came marshal, noble, knight and equina,
Cliulo and picador
Of all n woman law but one
ail, the toreador
The trumpet clanged, the port wa on,
Tho royal iport of Hpuln,
Maddened by uliouti und thruit of lance
The bull now chnrtied amulni
Down to their drain went chuloe (hen,
Arvi many n niutnilor
A woman only knew there fell
Oil, the tornador
When ttirounh the iireet of iiroud Madrid
Hwt'pt licit the rouiily train,
Ht not upon her Imii-uiiy
The lovilkn of Hpuln.
I aiiiii live lite Mtf it I id hi fair (luren,
Hilll loyal ihoUDiiaiU rour
Niiiio know uliul woman il hIimi f4)
Oil, Mi luirttdur
Churl. lUiiry Wnbb
), V, MuiMUhl Mild i(v Wu llurw'
mix! n( MmIiHiJi) Wiuc mtlv inmult
tiijyjt (J' Mwiiiiii ) llit mill Mi Uf
nulJIf IkjJ VViiiJa'. 'Jill' wtieif
u Uif lMd llmsm IkamiL vm
Jim Hobson is "Fording" through
the country again. Last Monday
night, ho and Jaspor Yoakum wore
at Mrrshfield and someone wanted
$12 to bring them to Myrtle Point
Jim turned to Jap and said "Come on
we'll apply that on the price jf u new
car." And while it was then about ten
o'clock p. m, thoy hunted up I. H. Tow
er and bought a Ford and made tho
trip from Marshfield here the same
night Myrtle Point Enterprise.
Mrs. L. U. Sellers nnd Mrs. A.'T.
Trainband children returned foie part
of the week after a few days outing
on the Bandon beach. While thoy
were there, an old looking fish, the
likes of which had not boon seen in
I hose waters before, was captured on
the bench. Judging from Mrs. Train's
.icscription, this inhabitant of the Pa
cific waters that had strayed too fat
from homo, looked more like a cannon
1 all with a few fins attached than any
thing elso a land lubber could think of
Myrtle Point Enterprise.
Among the Coos county students at
the university of Oregon summer
school are Melviu Solve and Elite M.
King. Mr. Solve's course include" his
tory and psychology; Miss King Is
taking work in psychology, muthenmt
Irtj, history und physical education,
Tho an miner school this yuur is
I a f kit than uvrr before mid the stud'
liilgtir Ouui iiver licfoio mid the stud
pei'U. In Hut Hint plim Uiitu uiv Iiu
uguin un ninny imni u women. TliU
U vry umiiHJul in tununm- ntliooU
wliltli uit u it gum'iul IIiIiik coil)'
ium in u tury Iuium mxIjiI of wo
inmi mImmI Untthvit. Tb" liiwn ul fli'
Omm tommr Mmi Kiln ym my
UWM ttl UlMlH, IN J Jl.
ills' mlmd vmw m iiilil
and county superintendents and high
school and consolidated school prin
cipals who are working for higher de
grees and to advance themselves in
Tho question which seems to con
cern this country particularly is how
to obtain the most luxuries with the
least work. Some of the fivc-hours-a-day
follows have fifteen-houts-n-day
wives, which help out a good deal in a
For Sale: 10 nrres, wiih Improve
ments for sale or tnulo. Will eke
wagon and team. Property located
mile ssuth of Prosper. Terms reason
able. For particulars writu or call on
T. J. Owen, Prosper, Oregon. M24 2m
Gems In Verse
(IFORIS you Idtuvd me only wind or
Had klmvd me, and tho tender
,11 en a of ruin
Now you have come, how f-un J
care for klHutu
IJke their aualnT
I aouiiht the ea: "he ent her wind to
They iurgil about me iliiKlnir of the
I turiii-il my liuail uway o keep Mill holy
Your kin uiuii my mouth.
And lfl iwni ruin if iIiImIiik April
Kuumi not my p wh.iu llvlnir Kl
I iom. my huu.l ii my put uui mr
A i iu puii1 w ur
f ! m U U J!llll tU!Mt,
Hi-Jm wiih T tii4 te1 ttmVH'
The San Diego Ad Club asked Col.
Roosevelt to a luncheon, but the Colo
nel said he had just refused another
lunch invitation and could not ncccpt.
"But Colonel, they had Bryan up
there", interposed Assemblyman A.
"Well if they had Bryan they cer
tainly can't have me, that I am sure
of, retorted T. R. "Lot them get a
two-headed calf now or some other ex
hibit." (It is just such statements as thi3,
frequently made and absolutely un
called for, that little by little lessen
tho respect and esteem of the Ameri
can people for their ex-president tho
man whom they once lionized and
whose every wish was gratified to the
ultimate limit of the people grant.
Bereft of official dignity which robe
like covered many short comings, he
now frequently exhibits his grand
stand egotism, und narrow gungo
A man by the name of J. C. Lin
stcr was confined in the county jail
one night since our last Issue by Sher
iff Bailey on telephone advice from
Coos county authorities. The follow
wuh h one armed man und it was
cluimed ho hud un artificial urm made
in Ilundon which ho hud not fully
paid for. It wuu ulleged he was leuv
lug the country to uvold puymunt.
However lie cluimed to liuvo puld n
portion of the bill und thu puity u
greed to wult for llx hulunce, Tim
niutwr wuu nloki'd uk fur un Hlu'illl'
llulky wuu loncurned by lliu fvilow
(miiiIi)k Hi" uiilfi'lul u(f over to Ml"
wImj rviimivd Jl to ll inukom
Whuiii'k'tn iwu kfu u i'uiuiiwuiii fiU
Uiiv w ami m U, yau win
mi iMiqwliilyil' i'wumm
IllaiiJiill UiMV klutuiutf 111 llw illUIMj
The mint makes it and under thu
terms of theCONTINENTAL MORT
GAGE COMPANY you can secure it
at 6 percent for any legal purpose on
approved real estate. Terms easy, ttl I
us your wants and wo will co-oporalu
PETTY AND COMPANY
513 Denham Uldg., Denver, Colo,
WANTED A reliable and active man
or woman in Bandon to organize
neighborhood magazine clubs. Mem
bers receive their favorite magazines
ut one third less than the regular price
and pay monthly. New plan. Work of
organizing pleasant und Highly profitt
able und can bo done in spare time.
Regular monthly income. In reply
ing give qualifications and reference
Magazine company, Box 155, Timed
Square Station, New York City.
L. I. WHEELER,
Fuat SI. Kubt of llolil Gullii r
Do you wnnt piiro drug
und lniK huikIi'Iiih, lino
purfimwH, Jmlr bniriliuH,
mid U)lJoL urtluJoH? If
ho on 1 1 on