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About The Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1915-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1916)
I SUCH NICE LIGHT BREAD
yiflBSSv that stays light and moist even
after cutting is to be had no
where but at this baker)'. As
for its flavor, well that has to
be tested by tasting. Why not
have us sell you enough for
your family fresh every morn
ing. Better order a loaf or two
extra. You'll find you'll need
I ft- I 5
ATTORNEY GENERAL APPROYES SURAL
CREDIT BILL AS IT. IS
The To-lowing draft of the Rural dirscUd to require the repayment of
OwJit bill hn received the ciuljr-j ald loin upon six month' wiic-,
innt of Uh committee rejrei?titi :c i and .iW rot r ,o.,irlfi .k.n
Don't Give Yourself Cause To Regret It
bemuse: you nc'ec'eil plat injj
your valuables in a safety de
posit vault. Many have re
jrreted their tardiness in acting
fires and burglars have cct
them dear. Anything valu
able is worth taking care of.
Our vaults are fire and burglar
e invite your inspec
THE BANK OF BANDOG
CENTRAL TRANSFER CO.
All kinds of heavy and light d raying. Phone orders
given p-ompi attention. .Barn corner First & Edi
son, Fish Properly. .Telephone 611.
$ Order Your Freight Sent by fhe Old Reliable :j
S. S. ELIZABETH
: Largo Two-Horlh Outside State. Rooms With Run
f, EiglU. Day Service Between the Coquillu River and
C San Francisco.
i FIRST CLASS PASSKNGKR FARE, SI 0.00
jj. Reservations: J. E. Norton, Coquillo; Perkins',
$ Myrtle Point; E. B. Thrift, Langlois.
I J. E. WALSTROM, Agent, Bandon
Recorder want nils j;ot rosults.
IS TASTE OF
USK OK PURE HRKI) SIKKS
ADDS TO DAIRY PROFW
Host Richly-Flavored Chew
That Was Ever Pressed
FAVORITE FOR A GENERATION
I d Hooded men with real tobacco
II r tllld that tlirv can tatisfv it nntv
ihcwmp, ami the most wholesome
. i 1 anf)ing tohacco to chew is that
itu t hi flu;: form,
i ..i I. nut of luxury in toharco chew
i 1j the rich, sweet, juicy flavor that
t i 1 1 throiie.li your system when you
t'i , pcnr Head.
Ni . !h-r chewing tobacco is so mc!
1 . o hi cioiii and so satisfying. No
r e ."at.. Sp. ar Head for putting a
i t-uv .ntr appetite.
(C ii I!.. i.l i, nude of the world's
I . .' icui haf (lie choicest of red
I y l.:iiKy. This leaf is selected
i f ill, juicy richness with the
i i ,i:i,takiu ran', is stemmed hy
. jr --td into Spear Head pltis
t that not a drop of.thc rich,
t -t chew of Spear ftead will
r 1 .ts ti the rciniinc rnjoy
i ' i' in i ho'Airg.
'' ' h iH mellow totucco
I it" f.ivorile for a third
' 'i i f- vr Head. In
, hi ii'wd in wax paper.
.More than $100,000 should l,o ad-ki
to the value of dairy products in tw
dairy districts of Oregon from th
i'mo of eleven jiuro hred dairy sirei
which havo been selected by O. A. C
These nnimnlH were purchased hy
dairymen in Coos und Utiic countioe
eight going to the former and three
to the latter. They aru all from high
producing cows selected from the best
dairy herds of the Willnmetto Vulley
by YV. A. Harr, U. S. and O. A. C. Ex
tension field specialist in dairying.
iiy conservaiivu estimates," .says
rrofessor Harr, an increased produc
tion of IC per cent or 311 pounds of
buttorfat from the daughterg of these
cows, should ho secured There will
Lo approximately 2S5 heifers sired lj
tl'ee imported nnlmals, milled to tin
herd this year. During the eiglu
years, which is the average worki
Ine of a dairy cow, Uumo cows shoul I
pioduce ilii pounds of butterfat mor
ecch year than their dam prodiued, o
a tola; of 108.000 pounds, which a; .
nveruge prlco of a5c per pound vu '
be worth $102,0(10.
the StaU Gmnire, OrcKn Fainier-'
Union A.vA SUle Fk ration of 1.4. ,
r.ppoiiteJ to prepare th maur'
for Ut ballot, ami has been appruvrd
I y tb) Attorney Gtieral. It ban
been auliiJttted for publication by IV.
...toi- .:acp'"row, of th O. A. C.
bure. ii of la:'.:ds, iHc ciatd ir
Urawir.a: iu ptotisione.
Notw.i'iat.a'-iag ui KmitjUom
to.-.tiincd section 7 of Aitid XI
of co.istitatio i, the credit of th
Hate ntr.y be li-nod nj irJabtcinw
' cui i-c J lo L-t amoai.t not excecdios
two per eei.t of the aMsd ela
tion of all property in the state fti
the purpoa of providing fundi to Ik ,
. iooieJ uro-i the security of farm
lands with;-i the state, subject t- (he
limitations iorsir eontnfntsl.
Tho sovenior, wecrrtary of tate
. d fttat'j tioaaiiror shall coasUtui
the Stole Iml Hoard, which iHtard n
hereby : uthorised antl directed tc
isauc and aoll or pledge licnda in Ot
namo oi :no ctte to be known at
Oregon Fnn Crmlit UonJa in ui
amount not to exceed said two pe
cent of the nmcssed valuation of nh
tl o property in the r tato and to pla.-c
the proceelE in Uie atal? troasury in r
fond to be known the "Rural Crcdi'
Sect '0:1 '-i
Said bonds shall lc issued in de
noininntionn of $1C, $100, $f00, ami
$1000, and shall be issued in sorios oi
$f0,U(X), or multiples thereof, dniwi
to nuturo in not muro than 30 years
lliuy shall bear interest at the rat'
of four er cent per annum nnd shah
be excniit from all tuxes levied b)
the state of Oregon, or any of iU
Said State I-and Hoard is niilhoi izci
and directed to loan the monies, in
uiid Kural Credit Fund to owners of
farm lands in Oregon upon note he
cured by mortgages or deeds of trubl
constituting first liens on such farn
lands in amounts which shall not ex
cetul (iriy per cent of the vuluo oi
Midi hinds nor $50 per acre on such
lands, nor less than $200 nor mor
Jian $5,000 to any individual. It
pending applications shall at any
time exceed the funds available, prof.
crence sliall be given to loans not ex
cceding $2,000 in amount.
huch loans shall not tie inado ox
cept to owners who operate and occu
py the lands mortgaged, and shall he
made only for the following pur
poses: (a) the payment for lamta
. urehused; (b) the purchase of live
; lock and other equipment, and tht
making of improvements which i
ilu' judgment ol said hoard will in
i reuse the productivity of such lauds
or add to their value as a farm
home in a degree to justify such ex
;eiiditure; and (c) for the satisfac-
;ion (n uiietimbrances upon si.ch land
which, in the judgment of said hoard,
were incurred or assumed by said ap
plicant for the aforesaid purposes
Kvery applieunt for a farm loan
shall htate cloarly in his upplL-utioi
the purposos for which such loan is
desired, and upon its npproval by the
hoard, this statemei.t shall he
deemed a part of the note or contract
under which tho loan is granted.
Hut no failure to apply such fund lo
tho purposed stated in such r.u:i!.;-i-
lion or an enumerated herein skill n
vniiu.-iie i loun wnen osce mad", or
shall anything herein eontnii.ed ;.u
deemed to prevent any farm ov.,,er
from selling or leasing lands subject
i to siK'h inctimbranco; but if ho slitill
violate his said contract by applying
the moneys borrowed to purposes
othor than tKnse stated in his applica
tion or e' unu.rated herein, or if he
shall lease such lands or sell them to
any person not fulfilling tho condi
tions nnd p.,.poscR provided for
- dure provid: g therefor.
4-h loins s!i:
Irtearest aecruii g
f nr. mil installment
ion pi in. such
AI.ONi; THU WATI'.K FUON'I
Jui e 23
Jin . i 25
Ah waned a
! Ihe amn'f-
ii:: t :llmiT 1 1 1 t,
hu4 Hi Mth mm.' as wdl ooLr th
;nlernt rale and will litddate th
delt in t period to he agreed o.i l. -tween
raid Hoard snd th. apphc.i t
oeii period lo le i.ot less than t
or nio-e than thirtjx e.irs; lu
tny d.'Mor rney liquidate ai y p.t .
:l of hi nde'tedness in amount ...
M or multiples thereof upo.i a
Mortization p-yne:it date,
lectio i 8
Tlie rat of interest on loans sh..ll
rtw per cent per annum, provide !
hnt In case any series of mi id Farm i
reau jsomis Is sold at iin average ol
. j than par, the Hoard nny cch-irgi-ipon
such farm loans as are mad
from the proceeds of tho series so .!d
hHow par . rnte of interest in cxeoss
if five per cent, but which shall net
exceed by mere than one per cunt the
rate which the State must pay for the
funds actually obtained from the dis
posal of its said bonds. The Hoard,
however, shall requiro each applicant
to pay an initial charge of one poi
cent of the loan granted the mini
mum charge to be ten dollars to .ovu
the cost of appraisal and examination
All surplus funds accruing fron
the operation of tho system of rural
credit herein provided for after pay
ing Interest accruing on the nforosaic
bonds, nnd all operating nnd othoi
expenses arising from the ndminis
tration of said system of rural credi
shall he placed in the State Treasun
nnd become a part of a fund to b
known as tho "Ilural Credit Keseri
Fund." Said Kural Credit Kescrvt
Fund shall ho loaned on farm lamb ii
the manno. herein provided for tin
Kural Credit Ioan Fund, nnd the in
terost ncciuing from loans made fron
said Kuial Credit Reserve Fund slud
ho added to it and become part of It
Tho said Kurnl Credit Reserve Fum
shall be irreducible except thr.t it mn
bo dr.nvn jpon to re.'mburso the slate
for loss ii i ui rod in tho administratis
of said system of rural credit.
The legislative assembly shall prr
vide in such detail as it shall dcon
ndvisoble for the carrying out an
administering of tho provisions of tlii
nmenilment and shall provide adcp
ato Hafo-guards against the uro ol
such loans us an aid to the purchasin;
and holding of lands for purpose i.
speculation. Such safeguards shnl
include clear definitions of tho tonn
"opornto" and "ccupy" used heieii
In tho absence of such legislation
and subject to tho saino after its en
nctment; tho State Lund Hoard alinl
proceed to administer said system ol
rural credits under rules nnd regula
tions provided by itself, but subject
to the provisions herein contained.
The provisions of the constitution
and laws of Oregon in conflict with
this amendment are hereby repealed
in bo far only as they conflict here
with. Tho provisions of this amend
ment sliall he self-executing, and sh'ill
take effect And be in operation 00
days after 'Jioir approval and tnlon-
tinn by the people of Oregon.
A NARROW KSCAPK
Tho fJold Reach Reporter in its last
issue prints the following item on
which two constructions may be plac
R. L. JIncloay luft Sunday by Jto
foroi week's absonco at Portland, just
missing Oanie Warden Shoemakoi
and party who came in by nuto from
by Walt Mason
Tuxedo is the gripping smoke, n boon to every buyer;
you take your pipe of English oak, of meerschaum,
clay or briar, and fill it with the fragrant weed, the
choicest man can gather; and then you have n smoke,
indeed; and are you glad? Well, rather. Tuxedo
has no kick or bite, suggests no "morning after;" its
mission is to bring delight, and
fill your heart with laughter. ,
It caught the sunshine of the
south, when it wns green a'
growing, and brings that sun
shine to your mouth, when
out the smoke you're blowing.
"Tuxedo's in a class nlonc," its
smokers arc declaring; "it has a
fragrance all its own, thntbafllcs
all comparing. And thus it
grips the men who smoke, and holds their true affec
tion ; their trusty briar pipes they
itoke, and never know dejection. cOujC.Ka,rv,J
All the heat is concen
trated where it is needed
keeps you cool and
makes for better cooking
Why not cook with
a modern oil stove this sum
mer and be comfortnble?
Bakes, broils, roasts, ton: ts.
More efficient than your wood
or coal stove, and costs less to
Better co ing because the
long blue chimneys Rivestc id
ler, more evenly distributed
heat, under perfect contrcl
like gas. No smoke or str .'11.
In 1, 2, 3 and 4-burncr si. e.s,
ovens separate. Also cab' let
models with Firelcss Cool, .ng
Ask your dealer today.
FOR SALE BY
BANDON HARDWARE COMPANY
McNMR HARDWARE COMPANY
ATISF1ED customers always return. Call
once and you will come "again.
THE ELK CLU
horein, said Board Is authorized niu' '
0-ACKH FARM I'OU HKNT thr-
Ituont placo on Johnson creek on
Township I.i.ie Rond. Growintr crop
on place. fi-27..1tp
Koveralls Keep Kids'Kleen
fractical, UrdlhruL Economic! C.rm.nt, for Small Children.
rrclicl ItfCaUMi tlieT uroroaclelnonn plwe.ancl can lie allppml on
or oil ' JiiJtantly. Tliey lit and look vrull, and yet aro looo and com.
tut in uvurjr VIM It
lleahhful FarmpflrlortoMoomers. No tight claillc Uinili to flop
Xnvi circulation ol blood and reUrd Irwolom of motion.
Economical. Favlns enr on good cloOiej lavloir washlns o
well mail (no; aro outsrown long before they are worn out.
Tr4 lnifi-n a m a hew suit
'oc rilJfCKMLLa FJREE
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IF IT RIPS
Mndaln lifarti nwlr wllh Inna ilMrn n, DnhnMv.n,l lliw
I!T. . Mado o( g-enufnu lndliro drd LIqB denim . or bluJand
all the )pr near, and In MghUr
Hlilta lilckorr itrlnn fur
weight f.t rolor imtterlal In dark liliierradct Mun. tan or dark
red lor iiimmrr wi ar. All imrmciKJ trlmmnl with U.t-rolor
Ifiilaaa. fUeiltoSyinu. Adtf tht Ciand Prire tt P. f. I. .
Ux.t (or tfta Two Mont Ubtt,
nnno genuine without It, It
your ilialnr cannot rupply you,
we will aid them, allorharpo
VrepaSl on rvcvlpt ot price. JJc
M.5 by LEVI STRAUSS & CO., Sin Fianclico
awa uj m am
BUILD AROUND THE W
When you build your now re
sidence or huginoaa block, reinjin
Ivor you will have telsphoiis.i.
I.owilo them and let us put in the
wires Wore the plastering is
do ie. It will anvo trouble, and
moss 'find poasihly cracked plast
er by not putting off the install
Iatmn until the buildine; is oc-
Tilink of Um Uiephone wire
tli sanis as you do of tho e) -,-tric
wires and water pipes. '1'; e,
aro just as linportiit eud t.ily
installtliin will mvo Just a-,
When -6u sUni the build'na
COOS AND. CURRY .TELEPHONE CO.-
Oa'ssy Job Woric. promptly
dorle'at the RECORDER office.