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About The Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1915-19?? | View This Issue
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Loo worn Tt
is a "tent that will stand hard wear and
That won't come apart through cheap material or
That will be as good next year and the year after,
as it is the first season.
you can get such a Tent by asking for the "Will'
amette" and making sure our trade-mark is on it.
Every Tent is guaranteed to give iHolute satisfacton.
"Willamette" Tents are made in ail -res and styles.
They coat no more than Tents without :ie orjjuaranhe.
For Sale by" All Reliable Dealers
IIIRSII-WEIS MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Makers
Formtrlu Willamette Ttnt and Awning Co.
HOTEL A L L I E R
RATES' $1.00 TO $2.00 I?ER DAY
SPECIAL RATES BY WEEK OR MONTH
SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION
Don't Give Yourself Cause To Regret It
because you reg'ecfed placing
your valuables in a safety de
posit vault. Many have re
greted their tardiness inacting
fires and burglars have cost
them dear. Anything valu
able is worth taking care of.
Our vaults are fire and burglar
proof. We invite your inspection.
THE BANK OF BANDON
BANDON TRANSFER CO.
Galchell Brothers, Props.
t AH kinds of heavy and light draying. Phone orders
I given prompt attention. .Barn corner First & Edi
son, Fish Property. .Telephone 641.
" V V W "4 "V W V I I 4 V, H
Spray for Potato Blight. Also
40 cts a pound
A pound makes 5 gallcnsof
CENTRAL FEED CO.
your income should slop today, yd your rxpensts will
kfrp rigid on.
lifllrr save nliile the dollars come regularly,
Inlo rr ry life rumri a lime vrn Keady Money would
lie wrlfflme. 'Ti$ a fund yeu yowsrlf ran rrrale.
lliivmlj i irroiwl wi(li llie
Firat National Bank
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s PORT ORFORD HEFOIMu s
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(From Port Orioril Tribune.
M S3 Eliza McKenzie was in criti
cal condition last Friday from being
dlunir by honey bees. She was work
ini; with the bees and accidentally
ovnrturncil a stand, which immcdi
alely attacked her. So much of th
poison entered her system hat for a
time it was feared she could not re
cover, however, she nllied quickly
ami in a dav or two as about ho
work as usual.
.1. D. Lotteks sold his neat little
huncnlow and several lots in Port
Orford last week to II. D. IirrK Mr,
Linn, who is a late nrrival from Wy
online; nnd a son in law of J. W. Mc
I'hillamey, has come to Curry county
with his wife and three children with
the intention of making this their fu
tuio home. Mr. and Mrs. Loucks
expect to leave shortly for a visit
to the fairs at San Francisco and San
Dicuo and also to their old home ii
Shcridon, Wyo.. After spending the
winlclir in sothern California they
return to Port Orford.
Hmll Ncumaii passed down the
coast from Bandon the first of the
week on his way from Handon to
Euchre creek at which dace he will
work on the Colcbrook stock farm.
DIED At the Pottiiujer Sanato
rium Monrovia California, Aug. 5th
1915 Margaret T. McKenzici daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. 1$. G. McKenzie
Seaview creamery, Port Orford. The
remains are being shipped to Port
Orford for interment.
Dr. .1. R. Wetherbee, of the Star
ranch was disappointed last week
in rounding up his Holstein heifers,
some 200 in all, to find about 15 mis-
had been drowned in Floras creek
during the high waters of last winter
Why do you sign your name J.
John 15. 15. 15. I5rown?" asked Smith
"Because it is my name," said Brown
"It was christened by a minister who
If you have anything to tell a bad
egg, break it gently.
The funeral of Mrs. Jas. Wilson at
Port Orford last Wednesday afternoon
was nttended by nianv relatives and
fv'mpathi? !ng friend.?. The services
wire conducted by Rev ..tyers, n.vJ
the riavo was complete! 'overerl with
Mrc. V!:on died Tuesday morning
August (!, 1915, anil wa'. born May
;'lh 1SU0,. Besides the live chi'dren
p-enliintd last week, slu had tvo
other living children iv a firmer
ii an iago, W'm. B. Nctlurl of Han
don, utul :'!) ;. Lizzie I.angdon of Hum
loldt county, Cal. All of her children
attended the funeral with the excep
tion of V. ;mIc Wilson and Mrs Lang
'on these 1 p'np; too far awav to reach
hf.-o in ' time. Mrs. WiImui had '
grandchilt.fi, and 5 g. trail
GOLD BEACH GOSSI1-
(From the Gold Beach Globe)
nay uiamonu who two years ago
last June held up and robbed the
Glendale Bank and then came through
the hills to Gold Beach and gave him
self up, passed through town last
Saturday with his blankets on his
had;, looking for work. He says ho
has been out of the 'pen' about seven
months and that in the future he ex
pects to lead an honest upright life,
absolutely sober at all times. "Once
ia enough; no more boozo for me."
Col. 15. K. Lnwson was appoint
by Gov. Withycombe as a special
olllcer of the state to bo on hand in
case uiere was a not started over
fishing on the Rogue river.
Master Fish Warden Kelly arrived
hero late Sunday evening to look
over thu fishing situation nnd ac
quaint himself with the people nnd
tho ways of the country.
A man by the namo of Crimson
was drowned in Rogue river near the
mouth of Billings creek Sunday mor
ning August 8th.
He atoinpteil to wade across the
river to get a boat to tnko Homo
potatoeH iiitokh In, and when near
the center of the wtreiim, lie hint IiIh
footing and wan carried Into deep
wnti r by tho current. lit mini; noon
iifti'r iimcliliig deep watur utul ihivit
Tlu body wan iwuvuwl uhout
thiiH' hour iiftor t ho incident.
I' rniw nwhlonU of Coo (Tounly,
win, mi' now nwlilnnln of KoullioMl
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The Recorders Forum
Where our leaders may talk on topics
of mutuil aiul general interest.
Abraham Lincoln, in 1803, a man
whom the Republican party consid
ers or at least claims to conaider, its
chief corner stone, made the follow
,(I see in the near future a crisis
approaching that unnerves mc and
causes me to tremble for tho safety
of my country. As a result bf the war
coiporations have been epthroncd and
an era of corruption in high places
will follow, and the money power of
the country will endeavor to prolong
its icign by working upon tho preju
dices of the people until all the
wealth is accumulated in a few hands
and the republic is destroyed. I feel
at this moment, more anxiety for the
s,afety of our country than ever be
fore, even in the midst of war, God
grnnt that my foars may prove
groundless. Monarchy is sometimes
hinted at as a refuge from the power
of thu people. In my present position
I would hardly be justified were I to
omit to raise a warning voice against
tho approach of returning despotism
It is assumed that labor is available!
only in connection with capital and
that nobody labors unless somebody
else owning capital somehow by the
use of it, induces him to labor. Labor
is prior to and independent of capital
Capital is only the fruit of labor and
could not have existed if labor had not
first existed. Labor is the superior of
capital and deserves much tho higher
consideration. I bid the laboring peo
ple beware of surrendering the power
which they possess and which, if sur
rendered will surely be used to shut
the door of advancement for such as
they and fix new disabilities and bur
dens upon them until all of liberty
shall be lost.
In the early days of our race the
Almighty said to the first of mankind
"In the sweat of thy face shalt thou
cat bread" Since then, if we except
the light and the air of heaven, no
good thing has been or can be enjoyed
by us without first having cost labor.
Inasmuch as most good things have
been produced by labor it follows that
all such things belong to those whose
labor has produced them. But it has
happened in all ages of the world
that some have labored and others
have without labor, enjoyed a largo
portion of the fruits. This is wrong
and should not continue. To secure to
each laborer tho product of his labor
as nearly as possible is a worthy ob
ject of any government.
it seems strange that any man
should dare to ask a just God's as
sistance in wringing bread from the
sweat of other men's faces.
This country with its institutions
belongs to the people who inhabit it,
While Lincoln's vision reached out
far beyond that of the average man's
he little dreamed that his prediction
would be fulfilled within the short
space of half a century but it is here,
His prophecy has come to pass. Nine
ty per cent of the workingmon in tho
cities and industrial centers are prop-
ertyless. Countless remedies have
been tried and still the concentration
of wealth into few and fewer hands
goes merrily on. Sixteen thousand
business failures occur annually and
ninety seven percent of all business
men in the streot are rated failures by
Dun nnd Bradstrect.
No new system was ever established
however, until the old one had out
lived its usefulness.
Thoughtful people in all tho walks
of life arc thinking nnd discussing so
cial and economic problems as never
before. That a great change in the so
cial and industrial lifo is about to
take place can not bo denied. Wide
spread is the general discontent. Deep
seated is the general nervousness of
the masses and obvious are the symp
toms of our social wrongs absurdities
and corruptions. Now thoso who do
nothing have everything, whilo those
who do everything have nothing.
Don't blamo the trusts whom you
vote in to tho ownership of tho earth
and yourselves into wageearning slav
ery. You are dec-lighted; at least you
whoop it up at every election and vote
to continue this monstrous hold-up
game. Each year tho wage earner pro-
luces billions of dollars worth of
goods over and above tho cost of pro-
Inctlon every dollar of which enrlehcH
a few ownern.
Thcxtt tniHt inagnati'H retain their
blllliuiH and In their linndrt It bcromcH
tho pvntext power In (hit load; a pow-
r ho ubunluto (hut ft t-nntrolH the bal
lot box, creati'M pronldunU. IniriinMunii
llm mum I u uiul rongriwN, dlli'i-U leg
UIiiIiiiih, niiiiilpuliili rouilN, wilidinm
labor, riiguliili llm prim nf all idiii
fiioilltia and nmlitm llm Anunli-un pun
plu nt iimny lu'unt of Imidwi
I'nmtiMnt Jdiv'uJ mm lm
laml Ui I" I'llf mill mu Vi
BWj iilltf WWlilH" lwi WW 111"
ands must, froze, suffer and starve bo
cause they have produced too much
food, shelter and clothing.
Under a co-operative system tho
pe.ople would own all the means of
production and distribution; factories,
mines, railroads etc. and if they own
ed theso things do you suppose they
need suffer, starve and be idle as now
because there is too much of the
things they lnck in the land? Could
they not produce what they need and
if they produce too milch could they
not cease work for a while and enjoy
the surplus. Wouldn't they have a pic
nic instead of a panic and wouldn't
they enjoy a hearty laugh to think
what fools they hud been in the past?
J. P. BIGELOW,
Under date of July r.Otli, ,M. G.
Pohl writes tho Recorder from San
Pedro, Cal. "This moraine we arrived
in this harbor to discharge a part of
our cargo. I have had some hour's
time to look about. The most striking
thing is the groat bulk heads this har
bor has: milo after mile of them and
wharves extending on both sides of
the bay, straight as an arrow and
passable with wagon or auto.
We have had one of the most pleas
ant voyages to be wished for. Dr.
Birch and lady and Miss Prcuss of
the Red Cross Drug store of Marsh
field were on board. Dr. Birch, Miss
Preuss and myself were the only three
passengers escaping seasickness, nnd
enjoying the good meals served on
the Speedwell to the fullest extent.
Dr. Birch and lady left at San Fran
cisco. Miss Preuss nnd myself will ar
rive in San Diego early tomorrow. It
is rather warmer down here and eve.i
the slight wind is warm and hns not
the temperature of the Bandon zeph
yrs. From there I shall find time to
send you a few more notes. First
1 shall see tho fair and then shall en
gage in my new business.
M. G. POHL
For Sale: 1) nrres, wJih improve
ments for sale or trade. Will il-e
waeon and team. Property located Vi
mile ssuth of Prosper. Terms reason
able. For particulars write or call on
T. J. Owen, Prosper, Oregon. M24 2m
1 Johnson Mall" 1
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THE "GREATER OREGON"
Willi ' tuilltlliicrt, lu'ltrr emilimivnt, n
lurcnl irromulx, ami ninny mlitltlmiH to ltn
family. I In- llnUirttyir Orcenii will brcln ltn
lorllflh rnr, TiitMlu. S-ittt'iiilr 14. 101 A.
Siwrlul traluliii; In liiiiiuiert',. .loimmlUiii.
Arthllt'c tur, I .aw, Mi'illi Ine, lYm'hlnic, Libra
ry Vi'ork, Mil sir. I'luxlrnl TmlhliiK mill Flue
ArtH. rjirKM ami nil line ilt'iMirtiiirntR of I.IImt
I. Hilary of morn Hum AS, OOO H)lliiii , Ihlr
ti'i'ii tiiillilhiuH fully i'.iuliiuil, tun miliiiullil
I'ii 1 1 Ion 1'irr, llurmitorlex fur men ami for
l 001111. IKIUOIhPH I.OUOht.
Vl'i ltn for frri- ataloux.iulilriMHlni: lt'i:ltriir
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means tlic wise spending of one's money making every dollar do full duty
atJ getting in return an article that will atisfy you In every way.
Th' . WHITE. .
is a real bargain because it b sold at a popular
pi ice; because it gives you the kind of sewing
you delight ia; IvcAuK it will turn out the wort
quiclwiy and thoroughly and give you a life time
r.f salisf ictcry tcrvico; because its improvements
vill enable v ou to do thiccs vbiih cau't be done
on any other machine ; because it will please you
with its fine finish and beauty of its furniture.
In short you will find the 'White teliaUi: and
desirable ftom every point of view.
Be sure to see the 7hite rleal.T v'io bt filad to shov you how Rood a
machine the White is. If there is no White dealer handy, write u direct for cat
alops. 7e. do not sell to caUloj; houat. Vibrator anJ Rotary Shuttle Machlnci.
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KQUIP El) WITH WIRELESS.
ALWAYS ON TIME
SAILS FROM MARSHFIELD EVERY SUNDAY
AT 9, A. M. AND FROM PORTLAND EACH THURSDAY AT 8
CONFIRM SAILINGS THROUGH HANDON WAREHOUSE COMPANY
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omplete stock of har
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and traveling bags.
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