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About The Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1915-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1916)
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' mi)-'iiy., Incorporated.
at the Post Office at Bandon, Oregon, as mail
'.Kf x cond class.
payable and address all communica-
a . $1.50 per year, in advance.
I KM WILSON
i ie Democratic party goes before
ti.u American ptople with a candidutc
whose wisdom and ability in a period
of unparallcd storm and stress entitle
li'm to support in the name of patri
otism which dwarfs all narrow paiti
gansftfn His record of achievement
he applause of his friends,
. tMjn of his political foes,
i-.ritudc of the nation at
kriven the country a cui-
am which on the eve of tr.l-
nheaval enabled finance and
y to stand unshaken. What
litiom would have been under
can rule may easily le imagin-
-. iillhtf? tho disaster of J 907.
j. uved himself a bettor pilot
i, ' m t)i, m the Republicans in
.ti n'ufound t r.in.uillity.
rauiance a Domocrnt'c
f a .ess h:. written upon the stat
ute book a tariff law which !uk
brought prosperity to every class of
the American people. The familial
shibboleths of the Old Guard, the pio
phocies of impending calamity havo
become the butt of mockery nnd deri
sion in tho l!f;lit of cold facts. Tlio
noisy forecasts of evil tare drowned in
the song of tho harvest and the hum
of the loom.
Ho hns passed unscathed through
a crisis in international affairs that
would liavc seared the soul and para
lyzed tho mind of a weaker character.
Charged with tho welfare of a hun
dred million people, whose deal my
was exposed to all the cross-currents
which blew from tho earth's fnir
corners, ho has maintained peace
while giving the world a new and in
spiring vision of tho moral grandeur
of tho nation, jealous of its honor, but
devoted to tho interests of mankind.
In tho highest senso ho Is the cm--d'ment
of a splendid Americanism.
t traditions of the republic
yi'f. into tho very fiber of
Ho loves peace well on-,
' . for it, if need he. He
iubly elenr to all tho
i i nf i i
i tNev ami uia wor;u
.tod States covets nothing
' jgitimntoly its own. In!
he lias shown thnt the
oplo ask nothing nnd con
except to work out their
under tho free inaiitu
sru their peculiar horit-
. all. i.he candidato of
iic no visionary.
. nlln. ! 'la is d-slir
lie hns taken
he safety of
i ly, ponce
. tho forces
tency will bo
only '.o le
quickened into action by the word of
S-iOMg, alert, tried nnd approved
by ncrienec, he hns won the confid
ent if the people, nnd this will ue
their verdict at the polls.
YICTOR MURDOCK LEADS
as you never thought
could be is yours to
command quick as
you buy some Prince
Albert and fire-up a
pipe or a home-made
FIERY INSURGENT FROM K N
SAS TO UK ONE OF HEADLIN'!
LINERS DIKING WEEK OFj
Jl'LY 12-17 WOULD WAR TO
111-. ONE OF HIS TOPICS.
Victor Murdock is coming to cluu
tauqua! This announcement should'
be of double edged interest to every
one. In tho first place .Murdock is the '
whip of the Insurgency Movement, i !
political innovation that has put a
crimp in the "let well enough along"
policy of standpatters. Ho is one of
the three, possibly four conspuous
figures in our national politics, who
are really doing something to give
purpose to the burning issues of the
day. In the second place, Mr. Mur
dock comes direct from tho several
centers of the world wiar. Those who
are rending his remarkable war ar
ticles in Collier's will readily under
stand thut what he has to say of the i
conflict of the nations will be printed. I
Personal observation has equipped '
him to treat the subject fairly. His
keen. sulitantialed analysis and eon-!
elusion of a situation that appan.'s '
only as an incomprehensible chaos to
the outslden, is perhaps the sanest
contribution on the aspects of the
world war, yet presented to the Am-1
Victor Murdock is the fiery insurg
ent from Kansas, and u zealous
advocate of tho intorcsts of the plain
people. As a speaker ho has the
power and mngnetism of the born
leader of men which he is. Mm dock
I ". X 1 1
f'i Tob.cco Co. k j prp&
1'" On the revnw ido ( fif j I Su
XZ ef tliit tidr red tin I i I (VVyV J fcl
you will rd: "Pro f , , Viv&Nl 1 E&i
i-.i.nied July . mmd
30lh. 1907," whird ftM
li mKde lAi?. men , '( trJ
trnolin pipes where VlAftUtrlUT ti . i taM
on. unoLetl before I ICO SJPtlNS Pl? AM) ' M
I ,ClgABtnt TOBACCO Sj
mm Ai hfht S
S. D. BARROWS
REPAIRS AND REPAIRING
saw ni.iNt; a smi u n
Will liLenrdrtt lur tlk)cln of alt linJi ami
Pope Molor-odrt, alio Oilun
Ron boat Motoit
P. O. llo 174
Prince Albert gives
you every tobacco sat
isfaction your smoke
appetite ever hankered
for. That's because
it's made by a patented
process that curs out
bite and parch! Prince Albert has always
been sold without coupons or premiums.
We prefer to give quality 1
DR. F. A. VOCE
l')irthra anil l'riph)lai local Anrithrtu
N'ilrout Oxiileand Odkcii (.at
the national joy smoke
has a flavor as different as it is delightful. You never tasted the like of it!
And that isn't strange, either.
Men who think they can't smoke a pipe or roll a ciga
rette can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince
Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try
out certainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment
coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply.
Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story 1
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C
' ft ?) (i) i5 (?) ,? vi) L.)
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y 0C?(.O j.i
nn. n. i.. Houston
PHYSICIAN & SUKGEON
Olllca in First National Hank
lliiihling. Hours, 9 to 12 n. m
1 :0 to -1 p. m; 7 to S in the
fliiv Prince Albert every
where tobacco it Mold in
toppyred bag; 5c; tidy red
tins, 10c; handiome pound
and half-pound tin Aiimi
dor and that corking fine
pound cryttal-gla$ humi
dor with tponge-moittener
top that keep the tobacco
in such clever trim alwayil
in a big man in a big way. He is n
stimulant. Terse, crisp, comicnl, col
loquial, earnest, dramatic, spontane
ous in thought and expression, Vic
tor Murdock is a delight and an in-1
spirntion to any audience. Yon can-
not nfford to miss hearing him at
vtNkCy at b::i '., wniting
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1 MlUdUMfflLK KAlbd m
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Handon Lodge, No. J30, A. F. .0
and A. M. Stated communi-
cations first Friday after the '
full moon of each month. Spe-
clal communications Master
Masons cordially invited.
W. A. I.eOORE, V. M.
r. E. UOWMANr Sec.
0ttJ 0 0
0 0 .)
0 0 0 0 0 B
DR. SMITH J. MANN
-1 PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Olliro in Ellingson Iluilding.
Hours 0 to 1'2 a. m; 1 to 5 p. m.
0 0 (ii -J
OR. R. V. LEEP
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
0 Olllce in Ellingson IIuildinr. o
S Phone 72 o
. Handon, .Qfogon 'f
DR. ARTHUR GALE
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
? Office in Ellingson Huilding
Office Phone :i.ri2. Reshl
0 Phone, :J5:i. Handon, Oregon
uncluimetl letters remain
Handon, Oregon, Post of
wk ending, Juno 20,
otlling for the same
jay advertised ami pay
itjnt tor won luttor calld for:
itr. MpA Clint
!- V. CalnvHii
it Ottv Cummlngs
Aiil? Mmito' ltroniki
Babt- Br.' n
lahn r Viv!
D. U. Du.ikin
.la... R. Grwnleo
ATr Uaynvond Wnggton
Mr. C. V. LowI
Ottu II. Lyons
i T. Mrril
Mr. Frnk Mporb
Mr. 0cjr 9Ccvntan B
Rev. H. N. Hffunds
These letters if not calledofor will
be sent to the Dead Letter Olllce on
July 1, 11)1(5.
V, J. SVEKT Postmast'.r
MYRTLE POINT, ORE.
Mon. and Tues., July 3 and 4
Fine Program of
CHILDREN'S STREET SPORTS
Forenoon of July 3rd
IMPRESSIVE PATRIOTIC PROGRAM
at Dixon Grove Forenoon of
ORATION BY HON. CHARLES. F. McgNIGHT
Horse Races Each Afternoon
CALIFORNIA HORSES, ROGUE RIVER HORSES, WILLAMETTE
VALLEY HORSES, AND COOS AND CURRY COUNTY
HORSES WILL PARTICIPATE
Occidental Chnptor, No. -15,
O. E. S. meets Friday oven-
ngs ik to re ana attar staten
communications of Masonic
lodge. Viciting members cordi
ally invited to attend.
JULIA PAPE, V. M.
MARY GALLIER, Secretary.
I. 0. O. F.
Handon Lodge, No. 1!W, I. 0. 0.
0 I', niaata every Wodnosdny
evening. Visiting brothers in
"rood standinir cordiallv invited. 0
' HARRY HORNUNG, Secy.
I. L. SCO FIELD, N. (J. 0
) 0 0 0
Ocean Robekah Ioik'n. N'n.
120, I. O. O. F., meeU aoroml
nnd fourth Tuesday at I. 0. 0.
I hall. Trnneiont munilixiM
0 cordially invited.
MINERVA LEWI.V, t-'ecy. J
MARIAM WILSON, N. G. 0
0 0 f
RRWAIU) ?2.Q0 rewartl for r.
turn of Uro chain lost on Port Or
fonl Road, Tuseday, June 20. Rotum
to Dowllng Alley. G-27Up.
P0RT.0RF0RD CONCERT BAND
furnish inipirinp music
Plenty of Camping Grounds within a few minuses of the Race Track. Come and spend that mid-sumir.cr
vacation in the shade of the giant spruce, by the sparkling brooks and rivers and attend the Afternoon Races
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
L' S. Iind Office at Rosoburg, Oregon,
Juno 10th, HMO.
NOTICE in herohy given that Maiy
E. Howe, widow of Levi M. Edward;
deceased, of Iinglois, Oregon, who nn
October -1, J010. made HomoalemJ
Entry, Serial, No. OOtllti, for tho SE1
of NWi ffd E' of SWVi of Sec. 21,
Township 30 S, Range 14 W., Willam
ette Moridinn, has filed notice of in
tention to make Fivo-yoar Proof, U:
-Ktnhliah claim to the land abow de
criltcd, Iwfo.o Hr.rdy T. Stewart, U. S.
Commixaioncr, at i ia office, at Port
Orfonl, Oisjfon, on tlio 24th day of
Claimant nams as witnaano:
Josse II. Wilson, of Ijtnglola, OrMrni','
Lyman V. Chasley, of Ijinglois, Or
igon; Harvo Smith, of Langlois, Or?.
gon; E. II. Strain, of Lnaglois, Orogon.
W. II. CANON, Rgifct,sr.
nn. s r RunirnTT
Office In Ellingson Huilding
h Office Phono 1211. Residence,
Phone 1101. Handon, Oregc i
0 DR. I. L. SCOFIELD
Office in Ellingson Huilding in
Rooms lately occupied by At
torney Feeney. Phone 1111
" CHATHURN & GARDNED
ATrORNEYS AT LAW
Suite No. II. First National
Hank Huilding. Hanilou
:' 0 -.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior
U. S. land Office nt Roseburg, Orcj .)
Juno 10, 1910.
NOTICE is hereby given that Je
ll. Wilaon, of langlois, Oregon,
on Soptomher 10, 1910, made II r
stead Entry, Sorial, No. O0.r)88, f
'he SWVt NWV, of Sec. 2(i, and S
NE',. nnd NW'4 NEV, of Section '
'"ownahip 0 S, Range M W.,Will
ielte Meridmn, haa filed notice of
'ntioi to muko Final Five-year Pic '
o catibLch claim to tho land ill
dcacrilod. Iwforo Hardy T. Stew
U. S. Commii dinner, at his offiri',
Port Oi ford, Oregon, on the 2 Ith I
of July. 1010.
Claimant namos aa witnesses: M
E. Howe, of Langlois, Oregon; Lyi.
V. Choaley, of Langlois, Ore
Hurve Smith, of Langlois, Orej,o
E. II. Strnin, of Langlois, Orego i.
W. II. CANON, Register.
HORSE AND HACK FOR S
cheap, AddrnnH Mra. H. M. Tur'
Hox 221, Bandon. C-l ,
5 ROOM MODERN BUNGALOW
for rent reasonably, inquire of T. t .
Griffith. Phone 5100. 20 u
PIGS FOR SALE See Morgan
Dufort Barn. 5-10