Semi-weekly Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1910-1915, October 18, 1910, Image 3

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    “Ah! But they hare violated rha
treaty.“
“That «k*I>eU<lH lipou whether their
| re ct»» e here is or is uot a tueuSgr to
the state. If they are here on private
cotu-erns which In nowi-e touch
Ebr»*iuttein it would be foolhardy U<
deci ire wc r."
“What do you advise?' wearily.
"Wait. In a day or so arrest them
under the pretext that you believe
them to be spi«—
if this invasion is
harmless and they declare t'lemselve»»
the matter can la* adjusted iu this
win.»: Ignore their declaration ant! con-
.’in«' them n day or two in the city
prison, then publish the news broad-
1 art. Having themaelve« broken the
letter if not the spirit of the treaty,
they will not dare declare war. Every
court in Europe will laugh."
The duke laughed. "You are right.
Herbeek. Ah. here 1 h the chief.”
Ilerlieck read the letter in part to the
»•kief, who jotted down the words, re-
¡■eating aloud iu a kind of mutter: “A
mountaineer, a vintner, a carter, a
butcher an»! a baker. You will give me
their descriptions, your excellency?’
Herbeek read the postscript.
"But you didn't tell him who”—
“Why should he know?” said Her-
l»eck. glancing shrewdly at the duke.
"His ignorance will lie all the iietter
for til«» plot."
“One is as big uud powerful as a
Carpathian bear. Look out,” warned
Herbeek.
“And he is?”
“The inountaln«»er.”
“And the vintner?’
“Oh. he is a little fellow and hasn’t
grown his bite yet." said Herbeek
dryly.
The «iuke laughed again.
“I thank you. Herbeek. You have
neatly arranged a flue comedy. When
the arrest Is made, give it as much
publicity as possible. Take a squad of
soldiers.
It will give it a military
look.”
“No, your highness,” touching the
papers which,strewed his desk. “This
will keep me busy well luto th»» even­
ing.”
The duke left the cabinet.
|To be Continued!
Goose Girl
b> IIAKOtl) MdiGKATH
Copyright.
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by
the
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SYNOPSIS
.»efchrn. «
girl, lu. rt. a tnyslft.ou»
(nomtaiorrr and < armahael, /Xmcimn tou»ul
u> ■ >ml**-rg, King>jou> ot hJiomitciri.
»Januah-
a> I love» i'rinceM I iikiegiadr
<j»elchrn\ love» u Lro, a »mter. Ibe prince
reg i.l <d Jugendhni w-nm I lildegarde an olle» °i
a>. r iage Iron» King FreJerck
The princes.
.... abducted in infancy and lai« n^loted to he
lull ei, tin- grand duke.
• ìiél.
>.e<> ire io wed after the
v> lane
H.» ii - • .ruinrach of Arnorica
re i' l.ew I>ie»l4-rs
»'urna» n.it-i iwumi-. fond of Grurribach,
« »«• ulinit» nr wa- i>orn In l»retberg.
Hu.i.1 ir.t.-• brirnttnil in announced.
< bMix. ii ir Hrttu ck »u»p-< t, (¡rumtweh.
• t »» iiixi irli- » nrniK nurl ma real nnma
I., Hirunii.-t
Hr fina a forged puraport.
|< ii-.' I'lntrrii'k irii.Vru io marry Hllde-
g.ifiir. uno iu plraasMi
»òri. i.. i> tuKru u letter from n myat,-ri­
timi olii woman to Hllitrgnrde This wom­
en mi'll for HIkiritardr when she waa
aixt net rd
I i'.|»rk firrvrnts ll.r grand duke from
< . rirttink war on Jiigeridhelt. Grombach
proves 10 have turn one of the princess’
abductors
I. m th» vintner. i'»oi|n'a when the po­
ller rm<f a Socialist meeting Gretchen
finirà ne ih a spy from Jugendheit. Th«
ninnili »Inner shadows him
la-o lays a
tiiqi lot 1 hi mii-miel
II. r n.oiini iirrei defends »irrtchen from
li roll and oReis her a palace and jewels
File di'ellnru An old clock mender la rec­
<1 : nlxr.l ta ihr mountaineer Grumbach
Incela 11IhlvKHHlv and is amazed by a
l»..ki'i whe carries
The Mund <iu ac and Herb**ck plan to
and the mountaineer. Car-
arrest
nilchnel lr abducte»! by lite mountaineer's
parly who tlilnk tie Is lx*o
<'armlc»iu"l tells Hlldi'gartle he loves
her Grnir.baeh studies Hildegard« with
O|..-ra i l c er A gypay claim« a reward
ofTi'ti'd bv the clock monder, Gruinbacn
tells »'armlchai'l that tu* und a gypsy atole
the prli.••»••>»
Grumliuch uees a senr on Gretchen's
arm and i,'cognizes the gypay. Grum-
Inch the »'li« k mender anil the gypay of­
fer to right a great wrong
<'armicbael r< <'»»gnl7.es lavo, the vintner,
as Klug Frederick of .1 ugendhelt
The
tnnurdalnrei Is bls uncle, tho prlnM re­
gent They ar« arrested. Gretchen tlnds
she Inv. s a king
»irumbach tells the grand duke that
Gretchen, not Hildegard«. Is his daugh­
ter amt the real princess. The grand
duke suapects llerlteck as tho arch plot-
tei
Herbeek admits that he had the real
princess, Gretchen, abducted and Inter
substituted his own daughter, Hlldigarde,
In *h»'i place
King Frederick offers to
miirrv Gretchen.
Hildegard«, her disgraced father and
Carmichael sail for Arnerlcn. Carmichael's
love fur lllldegiii'de Is returned
“AH, PUT t KHALI, LKAD HOME KtNO A
MEHKY LIFE!”
would have gone through what be did
and llv.-d "
“Is he an American?’
“By adoption. May I present him?
It will Ire the joy of his life."
• “Certainly. Brav»» men inter«»st me.”
Grumbncb rose, thinking that the
riders were going to pass him
But
Ids friend Carmichael stopi>ed his
horse.
"Herr Grombach.” said Carmichael,
•her senate highness desires m<> to pre­
sent you."
Hans was stricken dumb.
She plied him with a mi tn tier of
questions how many battles they had
fought in. how many times they had
been wounded.
Ller highness' tnare grew restive and
began pawing
th»» road.
She
rein»»d in quick­
ly. As she did
so something
yellow
flashed
downward to the
ground.
Grum­
bach
hastened
forward.
“My
hs'kot,”
said her high-
ness nnxiously.
“It is not bro­
ken, highness,’'
said Grumbach
Then he hand
<»1 it to her
MURED.
gravely.
“Thank you!" Her highness put the
locket into a small purse which she
■arrfod In her belt, touch«'«! the mare,
tnd spvd up the road. Carmichael fol-
lowing.
GruiMbiU'h returned to the parapet,
“Gott!" he murmured
Ilii* face was as livid as the scar
•n hLs head.
"You have not i»een riding of late,"
CHAPTER XI.
slie said.
Then she had uiisseti him. Carmi­
. THE WHOM! MAN.
chael’s heart expand»*d.
ERREl’K dropped his quill, and
"I have riddeu th»» snme as usual,
there was a dream in his
your highness, only 1 btiv»» taken tlds
eyes He sat there motion­
road fur a change “
less. rapt
And thus the duke
"All!" She pulled the glistening n»»ck found him.
He held a letter iu his
of tier mare.
So he had purposely hand and tossed it to Herbeek.
Lie»! to avoid her? Why? She stole
"I shall throw 10,000 men across the
n s|y glance nt him
Why were not frontier tonight.”
I big-» inotded In tills form? All the
“War again?"
kings she lunl met hm^souiethlng the
“Read that. It is the second anony­
mutter with them crooked legs, \/eak mous communication I have received
eyc.i, linld. young or ol I. and daft wer within a week. As the first was truth­
; lining tables and opera »lancers, A ml ful, there is no reason to believe this
the one man iiinong them all at least one to I m » false."
■be hid been Informed that th»» kl»c
Herbeek was genuinely startled.
of .Iu; eiiilhelt mis all of a man hait
“What do you say to that?" tri­
politely »I» - lliusl
umphantly.
"This let them go quietly back to
"I am guilty of les»» majesty.” In» sug­
Jugend lieit."
gested
“No!" blnxed the duke.
"I shall not lock yx»u up," she said,
“Are we rich enough for war?"
and ii>t»l»sl tinder her lireatli. “as my
“What the devil is my army for if
g»x d father would like to. "Beside*,”
she continued aloud. "I rattier Ilk»» to not to uphold my dignity. Ilerlieck?”
"Rather let me reason. This is some
set th.' »'»uit by tin1 I'ars. Ah. but I
shall lead some king a inerry life!” prnnk. They would never dare enter
Dreiberg for aught else."
w Illi a n icke l gleam In her eyes.
“I have seen this writing before.”
“T reilerlck of .lugendlielt ?"
"Is It tin,» that you bav«» not heard said Herbeek
The duke struck tin* bell violently
yet? I li.ive <!,v llixsl th»» Inmor."
“Summon the chief of police." he
“Vmir If ■,lim»ss?"
"T'li -. »f 10111.»•. is n< ye| a stqte said to the «s-retary.
"Will your bightu-v-s leave the matter
r. i t in»' t' .. t -. ¡I fm li lllng you
li not a pr»n'»'<s’s. tmt a woman’*. In my hands?" asked the chancellor.
"Ilerlieck. In some tilings you are
!’»>h »> it If j on » an ’’
(’iirmieliavl fumliled the reins blind­ weak"
“And in others I am strong." smiled
ly
" ¡'hey say that in» is a handsome
the chancellor.
when
n tilig li.ni "
"Wliat has that to do with It? The
1 ’I'l'e- t Im tak»s In Ills kingdom is pos-
1 » e!y negativ,»
There will In» only
< .1 • l.lmt In Jugcndliett. ami that will
l»e tin» i rlnce regent."
They w«re silent for a few minutes
I iually the ambnssndor spoke.
"I Inve some news for your high­
ness 1 am about to ask for my recall.”
Tli»> color on her cheeks pal»sl a
shade lighter
“is not this sudden?" she nsk»»d.
“1 am essentially a man of action,
your lilghuess I am growing dull and
stupid amid thes»> charming pleasuri's.
I Hin wick»si enough to wish for war."
"Ciurehes la fenime!" she cri«»d.
"Then» is a woman?"
“Oh, yes!" ns’kh*ssly.
"Then go to to r, uiy friend; go to
her." Am! she waved her crop over
his head as tn benediction.
He did uot s|H*nk, but caught up the
rein* firmly. She df»1 most of the talk­
ing. brightly and gnyly. but his ears 'Ton RAVK KKATT.T ARHANGBD A FIX»
comedy . "
w»*re dull for tin» und<»trarrent pass,si
there
is
talk
of war; I am strong
by him
He was thinking »leeply of
when pence is in the balance.' »•
her
•‘Is it possible. Herbeek. that you
Within a few hundred yards of the
gates Carmichael saw 11 lonely figure do not appreciate the magnitude of
the sitaatluaT*
sitting on the immix't He would have
“It is precisely because 1 do that I
ns-ognlnrl that square form anywhere. wish to move slowly
Wait. Lot the
"Your ldgtim’ss, do you see that man police find out why they ar» here.
yonder on the para|*t? We fought in Then* will is« time enough then to de­
the same cavalry. He is covered with clare war They have never seen her
<1%. Net oe* man in a thousatid bluhnr** Whu kAowtF
School Books
XIMIO5
Capital Stock $50,000
Where bearded barley forms part of
the roughage ration or where foxtail
is mixed iu with timothy aud elover it
is well to keep rather close watch of
the horses’ mouths, as the beards are
likely to become bedded in the tender
portions of the gums or of the inner
lips. Should such a condition lie found
the cause of the irritation should be
removed and if feasible a kind of hay
substituted which is free from the of
fending cause.
H
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
J L. Kianenl^. I’rew^tU J. Denholm. Vue
President. F. J. Fahy. Cashw». Trank Flam. T. I* Harty.
School Supplies
A g*n<r«l banking btuinrw trai «atled and citatone«» given every act.«*! U aosi-
»uienl with »aie and coa»«»»ln • banking
CORRESPONDENTS: The Aawvicaa National Bank, of San F rant taco. Calif.
Merchants National Bank. Portland, Oregon. The Chase National Bank, ol New York.
We tarn a complete stock oi
of School
Books and
the
Home Baken
most complete line of
1st Class, Bread, Cal es, Pies and Pastry
Tablets and Supplies
in the city.
OF ALL KINDS.
SATISFACTION
GUARANTEED
A trial will convince you
Opposite Trowbridge’s Store
Our prices are
right
CHAS. HERZIG. PROP.
BANDON DRUü CO
THE COQUILLE RIVER LIN fi"
The Opera Strs. Filíele] & Bandoli
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HAS A SI LEI T STOCK OF
Twin Screw, New and Fast
Wines. Liquors & Cigars
COUUrCOUS
1st Class Passage,
Up Freight.
GR03S EEOS.
A. F. Estabrook Co., 245 Cal. St., San Francisco
OKLliON
3OOTS - AND
L. L. BRANDENBURG, Agent, Bandon, Oregon
SHOES
SHIEIÆXS <&
You can’t expert to get $2 worth
for $ I, but you can get your
money’» worth at
M
BL.M'KMNITHN
U AGON U t li FKN
Horseshoeing a Specially
Price»
Ikaler in Boots and Shoes.
UJ
Repairing neatly and promp­
tly done at lowest liv-
■
-s r
S.S, EL1ZABF
tng prices
NEW STATE-ROOMS INSTALLED
FURNISHED ROOMS
The
Administrator’s Notice.
KENN El )Y
Job Work attended to piomptly and all work guaranteed to give salida. iclion.
reasonable. Shop on At vater Street, Bandon, Oregon.
B R E U E R ’S
Eight Day Service Between the Coquille River and
San Francisco
If the child starts in its sleep,
grinds its teeth while sleeping, picks
at the nose, has a bad breath, fickle
appetite, pale complexion, and dark
MBS SABAH COSTELLO
rings tinder the eyes, it has worms;
Nice dean rumie ’_'f> and 50c a
ami as long as they remain in the
night, ÿl.Jt.a week; $.’> »mouth
intestines, that child will be sickly.
OREGON
WHITE’S CREAM VERMIFUGE BANDON-
clears out the worms, strengthens
the stomach and bowels, and puts M. G. POHL, Optometerist
the little one on the road to health
and cheerfulness.
Price 25c per
bottle. Sold bv C. Y. Lowe.
»
Alki»
Wagons of All kinds Made to Ordei
AT
-ooo
$10.00 & $7.50
3.00
Our interests are your interests. Fair rates and
good service our motto
TREATMENT
BANDON
A well known poultry breeder and
judge of poultry a good many year,
ago expressed the view fluit the word
"sliindard bred" as applied to poultry
might lie properly applied to fowls
w hich would score S3 pet eent or bet
ter on the basis of the standard of re­
quirement in vogue for the tiretti in
question.
BANK OF BANDOS
First Class Passenger Fare,
$7.50
$3 on Up Freight
Freight Rates,
Pacific
J. E. WALSTROM, Agnnt, Bandon, Oregon.
E. St E. T. Kruse, owners and managers, 24 California St., San f ranriseo.
rei
1*1
Fast and Commodious
S. S. BREAKWATER
Saturdays at Gallier Hotel
BANDON, OREGON
Leaves Portland (Ainsworth Dock) 8 p. m. every Tuesday.
Leaves Coot Bay evet y Saturday at service of the tide.
Notice is hereby given, that John
A ilamblock, executor of the last
nil and lesf.iinrnt hi i estate , I
|< hn flam.>I»> ck . »1» cc.bi »1, has filial
hi Imai account
a Illi ibe ir ik < if
ol Coos Coiiiit* ,
the c,tii day »1 I >» <-einl»ci, i«jto, at
tliel'ouit Home in Coquille City,
at atoK'.iid »ountv ami stat»», has
be« ii p|>ointe<l In ti e Honorable
John b . Hal), Ju,lg«'<>t said < ourt,
al the time .inti pi ice for heating
objections to said tin <1 .tvcount and
i he settlement thereof.
All persons
ire notified to present any and all
^objections on or before said time,
as sai<l estate w ill be cl >sed at such
»late.
J ohn A. H amblock ,
Executor of the last will anil test.-
tnent and estate of John Ham­
I
block, deceased.
G eo . P. T opping ,
Attorney for Estate.
Dated Oct. 15th, 1910
43-t4T
Tickling in the throat, hoarseness,
loss of voice, indicate the need cf
BAI J.ARDS HOREHOUND
SYRUP. It eases the lungs, quiets
the cough, and restore s health in the
bronchial tubes. Price 25c, 50c and
$1. 00 per bottle. Sold by C. Y
I Lowe.
Settle It Now
Settle It RigKt
For constitutional amendment
giving to citiea and towns
exclualva power to license,
regulate, control, suppress,
or prohibit the sale of intox­
icating liquorBjWlthlnxths
municipality/
32« x Yea
I
Confirm Sailings Through C M. SPENCER, Agent Bnndon
i n
4
Have you Thought Ábo t hits for this
inter
Ì i
’4
endorsed ; by
40,000 OREGON CITIZENI
»N»
■w is tin- time to make |irep.itaii<>n i»»r eieei ic lights for th».» long
winter evenings-
( all .a I s»*»» u- ami let us show von
may have b«-iler lights than the kerosene lamp can give,
with little or no more cost
Avoid the risk of tire—<Io away
with the nuisance of cleaning lamp chimneys. Install electric
lights, and vou will n >t l> ? without them for twice the cost.
Let us ligure with vou
We will treat vou right.
lY
BANDON LIGHT & l*0WER COMPANY.
Greater Oregnn Home Rule .Asso
elation, 6i8 Electric Building,
Bordanti, Oregon.
Next Door West ot Coumerilh Christensen Co.
(Paid advertisement. )
60 YEARS-
EXPERIENCE
H V
THE HARDWARE MAN
J J i L J
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1 I 4 k ■ ■ w ]
BRIDGE A BEzJlCH Stove». Range» and Heater» have in them »o many excellence»
that they are now acknowledged the greateat teller» on the coaat and they are growing
in favor every year.
We have the exclusive agency in Bandon tor these houaehold
and oftce necessities, and price» range excerdingly modest in either case.
T radì marhb
D esign «
C opyright * A c .
'------ ‘tien may
AnTnn« ••»ndlng anketrh and denrrtnt!
„s, wbei
-Gather -n
qnlrxlT aa<>rrtMin our opinion fre*
*'■ ti . munira.
Invention m pr bably
at*!*», C<
Patenta
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■nt fre« <
atfrttiry f«w
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Mtfwn ».
.% : Co. repair«
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at»hont charge, Iu the
Scientific flmericait.
hand* irnelg lilnaf rat nd wnnkly. J.argeat Mr-
-lation <»f f,».y arientlllc Journal Tereia. I.» a
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TINNING AND PLUMBING A SPECIALTY.
Osr Assortment of Hardware, Tinware and Edged Tools is Most Complete.
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