Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 188?-1910, May 18, 1905, Image 4

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    THE RECORDER
EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOQif
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BATID K. ST ITT,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
,One Year 2 00
ix Months '. 1 00
Three Mp.nthB 60
This paper is entered at the Bandon post
ofBoe ns Seoond-olass Matter.
THURSDAY. MAY IS, 19Q$.
EDITORIAL.
General Kuropatkin is credited
.with becoming critical and having de
clared that the present plan of send
ing forth reinforcements is unwise.
Juropatkin should know for he has
had ample experience in tb.e matter
and can testify thut the Japanese
have been able to take care of all
those supplied him to an extent that
made it difficult to keep his whole ar
:wy fx;om falling into their hands.
The Lewis and Clark Fair opens
Thursday, Jane 1st.
.
Twelve notable organ recitals are
scheduled for the Lewis and Clark
Exposition. The recitals will be held
in the Auditorium, whore a 10,000
pipe organ will be set up.
Telegram: Voltaire defined govern
ment as two-thirds of the people pay
ing all they could to support the
other third, How much revision does
Voltaire's definition require today?
Chamberlain'! Cough Remedy
Vory Bent.
th,e
Home Circle Column
I have bpan using Chamberlain's
Cough Rempdy aud want to say it is
the best cough medicine I have ever
taken," says Geo. L. Chubb, a mer
chant of Harlan, Mich. There is no
question about its bring the best, as
it will cure a cough or cold in less
time than any other treatment. It
should always be kept in the bemp
ready for instant q?e, for a cold can
be cured in much less time when
Crude Thoughts Am They Fall From The
Editorial Pea. Pleasant KYenlng Rev
eries. A Column Dedicated to Tired
Mothers as They Join Tho Home Circle
at Evening Tide.
YOUR FRIEND.
Ypn (nay not know him when your sky is
bright;
There are bo many faces sweet and bland,
Reflecting Fortune a smiles as dewdrops
mirror light.
promptly treated. For sale by C. Y. Shining around your way on every hand.
Luwe.
Centennial News.
A party of 200 Washington bankers
with tbeir families .and friends, will
attend the Lewis and Clark Exposi
tion on July 20th, the opening day of.
the bankers' convention.
Yon may not know him by his words of
praise;
There are so many lips to praise snooees,
And formal flatteries bestrow life's trodden
ways,
Like fallen leaves the antnmn wilderness.
And yoa may scale the windy heights of
fame;
And gather wreaths and honors withont
end;
And yet, among the pleasant crowds who
name yonr name,
Yoa may not know, nndonbtinsly, yonr
friend.
CLARENCE Y. LOVE,
A MATTER GF HEALTH ' "k.
Druggist and
Apothecary,
Is jnst In reoeipt of a new and
fresh stock of
Drugs and Chemicals,
Patent and Proprietary Preparations
Toilet Articles,
Druggists Sundries.
Pebfumes, Brushes, Sponges, Soaps
Nuts and Candies.
Cltrars, Tobaccos and Cigarettes.
Paints. Oils. Glasses, and Painter's Supplied
DAWEnWft roots
W tt UCfcsslsl
Absolutely Pure
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
MRS. E. J. HUE & CO. Props.,
We carry a, fine lin of Fall anci Winter
Hats and Ladies' Furnishing CrOOCte.
Give ns a call and examine onr Roods.
City Barber
Shop
BATH ROOMS,
The Washington farmer Publish
ing Co., of North Yakima, Wash
publishes three illustrated agricnl
tural periodicals every month. 4Dai
ryand Live Stock," "Poultry and Pet
Stock." and "Northwest Farm and
Home." The last named magazine
is devoted to all the other features o
agricultural life except those that are
covered by the first two named.
contains more practical articles on ir
rigation than any other publication in
America. It is a decriptive magazine
containing from time to time complete
articles on all localities west of St
Panl and north of San Francisco, and
is therefore invaluable to the immi
frrant and real estate man. Ion can
get all three of these elegant pnblica
tious, comprising a complete agricul
tural library, for 3.00 per year.
.(saved By Dynamite.
Sometimes a naming city is saved
by dynumiting a space that the fire
eannot cross. Sometimes a cougu
hangs on so long you feel as if noth
iDg but dynamite would cure it. Z
T. Grav. of Calhoun. Ga., writes:
"My wife had a very aggravated
cough, which kept her awake nights
Two physicians could not help her
po she took Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, Coughs and
.Colds which eased ner cougn, gave
her sleep, and finally cured her."
Strictlv scientific cure for bronchitis
and La GriDDe. At C. Y. Lowe's
drug store, price 50cts and 1.00
guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
Wood. Good fir stove wood for
sale at S1.50 per tier delivered. Leave
orders with K. F. Shannon.
C. H. Chandler.
For Sale. llouse ot live rooms
with outhouses, and one acre good
garden ground, enclosed by full-grown
cypress hedge.
Apply to J. Dexholm.
Decoration Day Program.
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Following is the pfograni for Deooration
Day:
Bandon PoBt. No. 56, G. A. R., will meet
in G. A. R. Hall, at 9:30 A'.M.,"May 30, 1903
Tbe procession will form on Front Street
at 10 A.M., in tbe following manner:
Fire Department Band.
2 Children bearing wreath of flowers.
Bandon Post G. A. R.
Bandon W. R. Corps.
D. S. Iifo Savings Crew.
Bandon Fire Department.
GUiaens.
March to the cemetery.
Decoration of Graves.
Taps.
Retarn to town and break ranks for
dinner.
The afternoon exercises will commence at
2 o'olook, sharp, in Kitbe's Hall.
' The oration 'will bo delivered by Rev. H.
P. Donning, of Bandon.
All ex-eoldiers of the Spanish and Philip
pine wrira are cordially invited to be present.
A cordial invitation is extended to tho
public generally to tnrq out and take part in
tho exercises, as this is a' day above all
others, that ehoald be properly observed.
A request is extended generally to each to
bring all the Sowers possible for decorative
purposes, and leave same at Gi'A. R. Hall.
' By reqoaaiof the G. A. R.
WANTED TRUSTWORTHY MAN OR
womart to'tonnage bnsipess in this county
and adjoining territory fbr-well establised
boose of solid financial standing.' $20.00
straight- cash salary with all neoessary ex
penses paid "weekly by check from head
quarters. Money advanced for expenses.
Position permanent; previous experience
not essential. No Investment required. Wo
famish everything. Enclose self-addreasbd
envelope. Address Manager, 810 Como
Block. Chicago, III.
T Whom It Hay Concern.
- - -,
Notice is hereby given to the pnblio that I
have this day given xny son, A. 3. Stewsrt.
bis time, and that I will not be responsible
for any debts or obligations -be may oon
irao. J. D. Stbwabt.
Bnndqp Oregon. Marob iGtb. 1905.
"The SheeDbrder" Paul De
Laney'a new novel. Call at this
office and let ns t b II you about it.
ooo
A Good Suggestion,
Mr. C. B. Waanwright of Lemon
City, Fla., has written the manufact
urers tuat mucn better results are
obtained from tli4 use of Chamber
lain Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy iu cases -of pain in the stom
ach, colic, cholera morbus by taking
it in water as hot as can be drank.
That when taken iu this way tbe ef
fect is double in rapidity. "It seems
o get at the right spot instantly," against, it it trying to look rich while
be says, tor sale by U. X. liowo. t,v nr vot nnor. Batter becrin on h
SO small scale than put the last dollar in
Joseph Marvin, Alaskan Commis L djgpiay that canuot be maintained
sioner for tue United states uovern- n thn nnrl
ment at the Lewis and Clark Centen
nial, is in receipt of a telegram from Beauty in dress is a good thing, rail
Governor Brady of Alaska, telling at it who may. Bat it is a lower
i
him that a large exhibit of gold nug- beauty, for which a higher beauty
gets has been collected for exhibition, should not bo sacrificed. They love
Mr. Marvin has secured a special safe dress too much who give it tbeir first
Bat, ever should yonr sammer day be dark.
And storms descend npon yoar stranded
bark,
Jnst as yon deem yourself, with Fear, alone,
Yonr true friend's voice shall hail yon
through the dark.
We have many cases on record to
day of "flying high and lighting low,"
as the old adage runs, that if there is
one thing more than another that we
should like to warn new housekeepers
H. G. Higinbotham, who was di- fclli I EAJJCUl iu Cl
rector-general of Chicago J.orld s $2 WOrth f Or $1 , DUt JTOU
tended by the management to attend CftR QQl yOUP HI Oil By S
tne opening exercises or trie Jbewas iiifttk s
nn1 nini-L- Wrnnolfn n Tnno 1 of TtVi III
uuu u& AJAJJUOiblwU wu V uaw awv
uoun rxunr , one or uregon0 oiaee, "D"D TT'TTIT'T ?Q
pioneers awpuilt a miniature lorai jlxjl. jjijluax ss JJJ-t
Dealer in Boots and Shoes
Repairing neatly and promptly done at
lowest living prices.
What We Can Do For You
SHAVES,
2T Cta
EACH
SHAMPOO,
HAIR CUT,
SINGE,
MASSAGE,
EACH
' 25Cts-
AND BATH.
for storing tho nuggets.
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thought, their best time, or all tbeir
money; who, for it, neglect tho cul
ture of the mind or heart, or the
claims of others on thcirservice; who
care more for dress thnn for thir
character; who are troubled more by
unfashionable garments than by a
neglected duty.
A COLLECTION OF DON TS
Don't laugh at a child's foars aud
fancies; try to understand them. If
they are false, try to show him tbe
trntb.
JJont sacrifice tun borne to an ex
aggerated sense of neatness. Tbe
home is for the inmates, and it cau-
not be enjoyed if a displaced book or
chair calls forth a storm of reproach.
Don't be a wet blanket. nthusi
asm is youth's most precious posses
sion and it is nourished by the aith
that those we love have in us.
Don't criticise the follies of youth.
31a Ko tue young ioIkh welcome iu
your homo if you would grow up with
your sons and daughters.
Don't fail iu loyalty, honor and
oharity to the husband whom you
have chosen of your own free will, or
to the children who are yours by no
volition of theirs.
Don't consider yourself ill-used. If
yon are, have spirit enough to put a
stop to the ill-usage, but do it with
out whining.
Don't woar a frowning face about
the bouse. A mother's smile is the
sunshine of home.
Don't send a child who is afraid
into the dark alone. Bear with his in
firmity considerately and tenderly un
til he outgrows it.
uoo i tail to ciierieu your own in
tbe full sense of the word: to treat
An interesting exhibit m the Mines tenderly, to love, foster, comfort and
and Metallurgy building at tbe Lewis support.
and Clark Exposition is now in course Don't fail in self reliance. Self-
of construction. A miniature moun- poise Hnd courage are beuutiful aud
tain is beiDg constructed for the pur- inspiring.
How to Wurtl off Old Ace.
The most successful way of ward
ing off the approach of old age is to
maintain a vigorons digestion. This
can be done by eating only food suit
ed to your age and occupation, and
when any disorder of the stomach ap
pears take a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct
it. If yon have a reak stomach or
aro troubled with indigestion, you
will find these Tablets to be just
what you need. For sale by C. Y.
Lowe,
OOO
Hoy Jvuabenpnue, wuo gained re
nown as tbe aeronaut who made tbe
only successful airship flight at the
Louisiana Purchase Exposition, ig
working on an nlrsbip of bis unu Jo
sign, wbicn be claims win ue superior
to tho famous "California Arrow,'
and which he will operate in the air
ship contests at tbe Lewis and Clark
Exposition.
Terrific Knee With Deuth.
"Death was fast approaching'
writes Ralph F. Fernandez, of Tarn
pa, Fla., describing bis feartui race
with death, "as a result of liver trooblp
and heart disease, which had robbed
me of sleep and of all interest 10
life. I had tried many different doc
tors an 3 soveral medicines, but got
no benefit, uutil I began to use Elec
tric Bitters. So wonderful was tbeir
effect that iu three days I felt like a
new man, aud today I am cured of
all my troubles." Guaranteed at C.
Y. Lowe's drug utore; price 50cts.
" I i - . j, I 1 a if I
criD, iO represent me Bina 01 criD
used by tbe Oregon farmers in the
old territorial days, which be will ex
hibit at tbe Lewis and Clark Exposi
tion.
rpi -cq
-L. JTL3. JeZLj
SHEEP-
De LaneyTs new novel
An Oregon writer's Greatest Effort. ,
A Hturr nf tho greitt rnngn war into
which In interwoven tho romantic epUoden
of acquiring tlmhcr litntlit, Jind the itil-
vancviuent of Irrigation.
This nroiluctioti wiil appear in tlie Serai-
Weekly Ureuon Jnurnnl in fleriul form. The
Juarunl will be clubbed with tbe Keooudkr,
tbe two for $'1.'2: bnbrtoribe at once nud
read thin ureal story of life aa told by Pnnl
Ue Laney.
THE STEAMER
DISPATCH
THOMAS WHITE, Master
Leaves ltandon every uiorninc except
Snndny. at 7:110 o'clock and makes connec
tions with the train and steamer AlyrI at
10:30 a. ni. at Coquille City.
Leaves Coaui He City at 12:30 p ru., arnv
inu at liandon at 4;30 p. ru.
Two Papers for the Price of One. Yoa
Got tho Nowi of the TForld and
the Looxl News Thrown
In ns a Bargain.
Hotel Coquille
CJoquille Jity-5 Ogon.
J. P. TUPPEB, Proprietor.
This well-known hotel is now under new and com
petent management and has been thoroughly ren
ovated throughout The table service is equal to
any in Southern Oregon. S mple rooms for com
mercial men. Baggage transported to and from
boats and trains free of charge.
Fine new bar in connection with the hotel.
To those who pay np arrearages and a
year in advance, and to all new BObscrl-
bers who pay in advance, vie make tbe
following, proposition comprising soveral
dinereut couplets to select from :
Pbioe of Publications fsb Yeah.
$2 00
C 80
r. 00
1 CO
60
The New; Elegantly Fitted, and Speedy Steamer
Elizabeth,
0. P. JENSEN, Master-
Dan do x Kecoiideb
San Francisco Bulletin
Portland Evening Telfgram
Weekly Orecotiiau
Appeal to Iteason
Our Offer.
The Bulletin is one of the leading pa:e
if tbe West, and is a daily published in San Tb8 Steamer is New. is Strongly built, and fitted with the latest improvements, and will
Francisco, and gives all (be news. Our offee
Church Directory
Preaching service every L'nd nud 4lb Sun
iliiviitll A.M. and 8: P.M.
Sunday School overy hunday at 10, A. il
prMyK uiet'tfnq'Vednedy t H: P. M.
PnKSBTIKRlAN SeEVICE.
Preaching 1st and rd Sundays, moruing
and (iveuing.
Sunday htwmol each Sunday at IU a. m.
Endeavor ineetiiigH at the usual bourn.
Praver meeting 7 mM Thursday evenings.
All are weluouie.
Adolph Uadkbly, Pastor.
El Dorado
TONSORIAL PARLORS
P. B. HOYT, Prop.
fciited In EL OUKADO BDILDING.
I lrst Street. AM)ON. ()KK(i()N
SHAVING. SHAMPOUING AND HAIli
CDTLTNG AT STANDARD PKIGKS.
Itiitlirnnin tiowly flltrd np with Torcclnln
Tub. Hoi tirCold llntlit lift cenlw
includes tbe Sunday Bulletin.
Recorder and Bulletin, one year.. $7 00
Recorder and Bulletin, one month G5
The Portland Evening Telegram is issued
six time- a week. It gives all the news that
is wotth reading and up to time of going tc
press, much ot it being 'Jl hours fresher thai.
vvhen it reaches here through any other
journal.
Recorder and Telrgrmn one year. $." .10
For a weekly newspaper tbe Weekly Ore
;onian leads in the Northwest, and gives I
ill the r.ews usually contained in a weekly
.rnper.
Recorder and Weekly Oregonian..S2 fiO
It is the duty pf e tch person to seek in
formation along all lines that tend toward
bringing about better conditions and greater
prosperity for tbe human family, and for
tbe purpose of giving our renders a cbanco
to inform themselves we give them the best
Appeal to Reason. Any doctrine that
does not appeal to the highest order of rea
soiling is not safe.
Reoorder and Appeal to Reason... $2 00
First Glass Watch
R pairing.
give a regular 8 day service, for passengers aud freight, between the
Coquille River, Uregon, and San rrancisco, Calif.
ELBERT DYER, Agent, Bandon, Oregon.
E. T. KRDZ, Managing Agent, 207 Front Street, San Francisco, California.
THE JOY OF LIVING
CAK BK FTJIXT SEZLUZD WMMX YOXT
ENJOY OOOD HEALTH
Agates Ground, Polished and
Mounted
i it
to oraer; or nny oiupi- woru in my
line will be tluno iu a neat nod satis
factory manner, at a reasonable price.
Call and see my now line of jewelry, con- j
sisting of Stick Pin-, Hat Pins, Sash Pins,
uady's Waist Sets, Hroches. RrareMs. Cuff
and Collar Hnt'ons. Chains. Pbaruiu, aud
Rings, which has just arrived.
posa of showing methods of coal min-
mer in u asbinuion. rue mine win
be tunneled, and a miniature car will
be run around the mountain and
through the tunnels. Tho mountain
Don't forget that lif is a oompro
raise, a compromise with difficulty aud
disaster, never with dishonor.
Don't overluok tho fact that there
are compensations m all things, and
is thirty feet long by twenty wide, that sorrow dovelopes the soul.
and is fifteen feet high.
Wliy Suffer From ltheutnatUui.
Why suffer from rheumatism when
one application oil Chamberlain's Fain
Balm will relieve 'tbe pain? Tbe
quick relief which this- liniment af
fords makes rest and sleep possible,
and that alone is worth many times
its cost. Many who have used it
hoping only for a short relief from
suffering have boan happily surprised
Don't forget that your children
must work, suffer and enduro in order
to grow.
Don' worry. Work. Do your vory
best, and haviug done that, laugh
away tho difficulties to be met and
enjoy the rest and Happiness you
have earned.
Don't be cross; it upsets tbe chil
dren: it distracts your husband: it
makes you prematurely old and ugly.
Don't make too many points of dif
ference with a child. Remember the
cardinal virtues, be firm in teaching
THKSl'ASS XOTtKK.
NotiRp U bt rebv given to all persons not
totremmsH noon tbe premises ot nr. nenyou
situated between I'loras ijnKe ana tue coun-
tv mud. in Northern Curry, by removing.
p.nifiniF. or Hestr.iviHL' limner uikii Ram
bind. reward will be paid for informa
tion leadin; to a conviction of treai'iim at
utntprl nhove.
Dated at Haudon. Oregon. March 14. iwi.
PETEK NKLSUa, Agent.
AHTHDIt 1CICE.
Watchmaktr aud Jeweler.
Bandon,
Oregon.
KILLthe COUCH
and CURE THE LUNCSI
WITH
'ONSUMPTiON
OUGKSand
OLDS
Kim's
Price
50c &$ 1.00
Free Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for all
THROAT and LUNG TBOUB-
LES, or HONEY BAOX.
The Popular Liver Medicine
Will Keep Tou WeU
A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TOR
PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system
with Arsenic, Calomel and Quinine. They act as rank poisons
which vitiate the blood, debilitate the system, and leave a trail
of bad symptoms which require years to obliterate. HERB
INE is purely vegetable and contains no mineral or narcotic
poisons, is absolutely harmless and is the simple remedy of
nature. It carries off all poison in the system and leaves no
injurious effects.
CURED BT HERBINE AFTER 0THEI
REMEDIES FAILED
Mr. L. A. Hicks, Iredell, Texas, says: " I waa
tick la bed for eight months with liver trouble, the
doctor seemed to go sne no good. I was told to try
Herbine, and it cured me In a short time. I cannot
recommend this wonderful medicine too highly."
TAKE IT NOW!
LARGE BOTTLE. 50c GET THE GENUINE
Ballard Snow Liniment Co
ST. LOUIS, U. S. A.
SOLDAND RECOMMENDED BY
C. Y. LOWE.
DO YOU NEED ANY HARD-WARE?
If You Do
mid examine oar
We nre still doing business nt Tbe Old
Stnnd nnd cnu please you. Give us a Gall
It
to nnd that aftur awhile tbe relief
becomes permanent. Mrs V H Leg- theae bnt be bijod to tbe llttle fQull8
i -VP W m W ia I
gettoi iqiu xam, leDnessee, u b A, au(i foolishness that time will cure,
writes: "1 am a great sufferer from
rheumatism, all over from head to
oot, and (Jbamborlain's J'aia Balm
is the only thiug that will relieve tbe
pain." For sale by C. Y. Lowe.
OOO
Notice to the Public.
Notice is hereby given that I will
pot oat poison in my sheep pasture
o protect my stock from tbe ravages
of dogs and wild animals.
Thomas Anderson.
IJated at Bandon, April 27th, 1905.
without constant Fretting on your
part.
Don'tfail in foresight and prudence:
they are homely virtues, but comfort
able to live with.
Don't forget that an atmosphere of
''Don'ts" is a most miserable place
for children to breathe in.
A Creeping; Death.
Blood poison qreepa up towards the
heart, oausing death. J. E. Stearns,
Belle Piaine, Minn., writes that a
friend dreadfully injured bis band,
ftmvr ivn mnirrtw itr i . I ... i ii t .
tti&n TTvai.Ci iu mia una najoin-I wuicn SWe10U up line DlOOO poJSOD-
ing. Buoklen's Arnica Salve drew
ont' tbe poison, healed the wound
and saved his life. Best in the world
for burns and sores, 25cts at G. Y.
Lowe s drug store.
This great stock medicine is
money saver for stock raisers.
la a medicine, not a cheap food or
condition powder. Though put up
in coarser form than Thedford's
Black-Draught, renowned for the
euro of the digestion troubles of
persons, it has the samo qualities
of invigorating digestion, stirring
up the torpid liver and loosening
tho constipated bowels for all stock
and poultry, ' It is carefully pre
pared and its action is so healthful
that stock grow and thrive with an
occasional - dose in theff food. It
cures hog cholera and makes hogs
grow fat. It cures chicken cholera
and roup and makes hens lay. It
cores constipation, distemper and
colds in horses, murrain in cattle,
fcnd makes a draught' 'animal do
more worJc for the food consumed.
It gives animals and fowls of all
kinds new life. Every farmer and
raiser should certainly give it a
trial. -
It costs 25c. a can and saves tea
times its price in profit.
Do You Q
Know the News ;
fSyYoa enn have it nil for
50c
Month UKJLr month
In the Eventing Telegram, of Portland,
UreRon. It ir tbe largest evening news
pnpe pnblisbed in Orecon; it contains
all tbt news of tbo stnte and of tho
natioL Try it for a month. A sample
oipy w 1 be mailed to you free. Address
The Telegram,
PORTLAND, ORE.
60 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
''WW1 '
WANTED.
no' counties' for home or trrtvellrii? work.
representing and Advertising the Wholesale
and Edbeational Departments 'of an old-m-
tablisbed' Mannfaoturing 'Hooee.' Salary
$3.50 per day with litpehses ndvanoed. Big
farniBhed wbori neoeximr'; position perma
nent; references exchanged.1 Address, Blow
orotbers & Co., b'.owe Dept., Onicsgo, III.
Prmauad', CisT, Mrch X, )90f,
X h&vo bn xulngr Jtur BUii-Dnntiflii
aioex. and Foaltry Meaicinc on nr
stock for lomi time. I bsve nud u
kinds of stock food bnt I htT foval
that yours is ths test for mj parpos.
J. 8. HAB80W;C
TfUDC MANKB
DlllMI
COfVRMHTfJ AC.
ABToaa Mdiu a skUb aad dsa1pUoa may
TOlcklr asoarUlB onr opinion nt wkwur .on
invMitlM la srobAblv MtacuM. CoaaBBnlo.
Horn itrletlr eonSdastul. MAMIOOC oa Piti
Met fra. Oi&mt iMUT t or amm
Pausu taka Uroua Hmxn WfM, SMStvs
tptcial nottes, wKkost starss, ta tM
scteNtific mttm.
A hasdaomalr flfeitrmte4 WMklf." JiTMt At-
eakoion of ny icientlSa joarcM. Tarsi, S3 a
rear: roar Boatas, CL. Beta ay an sivKiuen
wsscn usee, areu wasnissron,
New York
isglon, v. 0
Stoves, Ranges and Farm Implements, Etc,
Now is tbo time to prircbaso Hardware. Tbe undersigned has
in stock a lare assortment of
Hardware, Tinware, Graniteware
Glassware, Crockery and Miners' Supplies.
I'nlutN. Oils. Door and Windows.
T1NSHOP IN CONNECTION.
A. McNAIR,
The Bandon Hardware Mtn.
Furniture
Household Furnishings and Deco
rations of all kinds-
Bed ltoom Suites
and Pieces.
SEWING
Certain Poire and Fine
Window TrininiingB. Honse
MACHINES AND BABY CARRIAGES
Wall Paper nnd
Lining.
Cabinet Shop in Connection. Mattresses and Springs.
Furniture Repairing and SAw-fHing a Specialty.
Glass, Paints, Oils, Brushes. UNDERTAKING
A Fall Line of Burial Caskets. Burial Robes nnd Goods, and Undertaking Supplies
': Constantly Kept on Hand.
BANDON FURNITURE COMPANY,
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