Semi-weekly Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1910-1915, January 13, 1911, Image 4

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Only One More Week of the Big Sale
SATURDAY, JANUARY 21st, is positively the last day; so do not blame us if your friend gets a
20 per cent, discount off regular price on his suit or overcoat and you do not. We give you all the same
chance. Everything in the store reduced from 10 to 20 per cent. Below we quote you a few prices:
55.00
B. Stetsons go at
eat h. .
•• 13 45 4 5<>
4 00
2,65
now
3 00
3-5°
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2.15 3 00
2 50
< <
2 on
1-75
1.00
■75
$5.00
4 So
Men’s Underwear
4 00
$2.65 3 5<>
$3.00
wool, now
1 <
2 OO
2.50
3 00
2. Oo
2.00
2. 50
union suit now
2 OO
col Ion, now
2. SO
'•25
/Ml John
Men’s Suits
Men’s Shoes
Men’s Hats
$4 35
now
3.85
3-45
2.95
2 45
"
, '■
Men’s Overcoats
now
$25.00
22. 50
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20.00
« <
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< >
< <
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♦ 4
520.00
17 85
18.00
159°
I8.OO
i <
I5.OO
$5 S»
'
'4 35
3 50
2.50
“
".85
I 5° comforters
I 2. 50
now
$5- 5°
5.00
$465
2.75
4*5°
4.00
'•95
I '5
$4 35
< (
3 »5
«<
3 65
« <
3'5
9 95
ii 85
«4- >5
« «
- 3-8.5
I 2.5O
9-95
3 35
2 95
2 45
All Cluett Dress Shirts now $1.35
I 45
•95 All Monarchs now 85c
wocl
< 1
$1590
now
15-00
14 35
Men’s Sweaters
now
$19 9«
Boy’s Knickerbocker Suits
Blankets
Boy’s Knee Pants
Boy’s Long Pant Suits
Twenty
cent,
per
all Men's Pants.
reduction
on
This means that
you get a $5 pair for $4.00.
$12.50
ii
now
i
50
A big lot of boy’s knee pants go
at this sale.
now
$1.00
65c
$9-95
9-35
10.00
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9 00
n
75c
50c
7 95
7'5
45c
30c
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All our slickers, rubbers, oil hats and rubber goods go at a 10 per cent, discount. You can not af­
ford to miss this great opportunity of saving yourself money. Come in and see.
Everything marked
in plain figures.
Hub Clothing & Shoe Co.
BANDON
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Local Lore J
"Fl FI ELD"
WAY."
The
"ONLY
42-tf
Stmr I'Tl'TI'Li).
The Popular
Packet for Particular People.
5)tl
Posters are out for the big For-
csteis’ ball, January 20th.
The year toll will have 53 Sun
days. How do you like that?
We are prepared to furnish esti­
B. L. Tracy has commenced the
const!uction of a concrete founda­ mates on cost of wiring and lighting
tion for D. H. Jackson's new f i- your house with electric lights. Let
us talk it over with you and give
dence on Bandon II eights.
Anyone wanting seed grain, call you figures.
o.’tf
Bandon Lights PowerCol
on T. W Robinson. Extra good
Frank McMullen of Denmark, !
seed oats 2C.
6<tf
was a Bandon visitor last evening |
Redmen’s Annual Ball will be a
having slopped over on his way to
St. Patrick's Ball instead ol St. Vai
the Bay en route to Portland
entitle's as previously announced.
Mrs. C. A. Rohu entertained the
Ladies’ Art Club at the home ol
Dr Rossiter yesterday afternoon in
a very pleasant manner. T he club
also had as guest of honor, Mis. C
B. Selby, of Marshfield, who is
visiting Mrs. F. J. Feeney, a mem­
ber of the club.
Mi“s Mritie Davison, of Portland
was a passenger on the last trip ot:
the Breakwater to Coos Bay. arriv 1
mg in Bandon today, for a visit with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. I.. J.|
Davison.
The P.ivilla Troup It Ft on the Fi­
field today.
Constipation i; the came of many !
Don't forget that T W. Robison
ailments
and disorders that make life
is handling all kinds of hay, grain,
Fake Chamberlain's
feet), etc., at the very lowest miserable.
Stoma'll and Liver Tablets, keep
prices.
40-if
Mrs. C. E. Kopl had the tnisfor your bowels regular and you will
For sale by j
tune to tail Wednesday evening, ivoid these diseases.
wrenching het back severely. She C. Y. Lowe.
is unable to attend to het school
duties at present, and Miss Blanche
R idley is teaching in her place yes­
terday and today Mi v. Kopf hopes
to lie able to lie at her post again , stores tone in ih<
Monday.
buwels
Pi ice sac
See or phone L. j Radley for .1'! Lo we.
kinds of Fire Wood.
27 tf
M. W. Young •
• MARSHFIELD
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Your Money Savers
Report of the Condition of the
Report of the Condition of the
First National Bank
Bank of Bandon
at Bandon, in the State of Oregon,
at the close of business, Jan. 7, 1911
at Bandon, in the State of Oregon,
at the close of business Jan. 7, 1911
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
- »
-
Overdraft^ secured and unsecured ------
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation
Premiums on U. S. Bonds
, -
-
-
7.80
-
-
-
......
156.04
Bonds, securities, etc___________________
Checks and other Cash hems
Expense
-
-
-
-
-
------
-
-
......
....
16489.63
....
3.415.91
320.96
Due from banks (not reserve banks).___
57,436.28
4.974.71
6,843.12
Due from approved reserve banks____
....
2,34-45
Checks and other cash items___ _______
....
30630
...
44,602.02
Cash ori hand___________
Total
$273,521.87
99.60
-
Specie....................................................................................... 4,219.80)
Legal tender Note:
30.fD9.60
Other real estate owned__________ ____
230.00
Notes of other National Banks ......
Fractional Paper Currency, Nickels and Cents -
828.99
....
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
741 79
..........
....$114,858.43
4.017.08
14,796.56
Due from State and Private Banks and Bankers. Trust Companies and Savings Banks
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_______________ _
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured______
---------
Due from approved Reserve Agents
Loans and discounts
15.5OO.OO
-
County and City Warrants. Securities, etc.
Furniture and Fixtures
-
RESOURCES
$43,622.90
LIABILATIES
5,113.80
894.00 I
775.00
Redemplton fund with U. S. Tieamrei (5 per cent, of circulation)
$94,567.10
Total
Capital stock paid in_____ _______
v...
Surplus fund_____ _________________
...............
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid__
...............
$ 47,900.00
8,870.36
5,243.01
Individual deposits subject to check_____________
LIABILITIES
199,157.47
Demand ceitificate.s ol deposit______________
.................
6,025.51
$ 25,0 0.00
Time certificates of
...............
5,256.00
(
Certified checks____________________________
.......... ..
1,069.52
15,500.00
(»posit
46,827.10
2,574.00
•Total
$273,521.87
4,666.00
STATE OF OREGON, COUNTY OF COOS -SS.
$94,567.10
Total
I. F. J Fahy, Caihier ol the above named bank, do solemnly swear that
statement u true to the beat of my knowledge and belief.
STATE OF OREGON. COUNTY OF COOS
the above
F. J. FAHY, Cashier.
SS.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of January, 1911
I, J. W
Robert*. Cashier of the above named b.nlr, do solemnly swear that the
GEO. P. TOPPING, Notaiv Public.
above statement it true to the best of my knowledge and belirf.
J. W ROBERTS. Cashier
CORRECT ATTEST:
C. Y. LOWE,
J
Subscribed and sworn to belore me thia 12th day of January. 1911.
L KRONENBF.RG.
C. Ledgerwood, who has been ill S nt Francisco, v ia
F. J. FAHY, Diirectors.
B A. KOLP. Notary Public
at the Blundell residence toi sever.«! i w here lie w ill w 01 k
A. Me N AIR,
CORRECT ATTEST:
days, is somewhat improved today
E.
E. OAKES,
Chaplain, Robt, Johnson; I. G ,
Card of Thanks
He and Mis. 1.edgerwood had se­
to
H L. HOUSTON.
A. J. Macy; R S. N. G., J. Ham­
cured passage on the Elizabeth for
Directors.
Mr,
and
Mrs.
Thos.
Donaca
wish
block;
L. S. N. G„ C. Bullard; R.
California, where they intended to ■
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to thank people who so kindly as­ S V. G , W. M. Bates; I, S. V. G ,
spend the winter, 1ml owing to Mr
Along the Wharf
sisted them during their recent mis
Mr. Hermann.
Ledger wood's condition ol health, j
fortune at the Aberdeen tire.
Portland Live Stock Market
The hog market showed an in-
N. G., Minerva Lewin; V. G.,
he having taken a bail relapse, the!
:
crease
of
20c
a
hundred,
opening
on
gradel^
ti
’C Macy; Sec., Clara Goetz;
trip had to be postponed.
The I'ilteld crossed out Ibis morn-
See A. A. Pauli for best
Monday with a top ot 8.90, and coal. Ph me 382.
fat.tf ¡Trea’ I,lcz Jenkins; Warden, Mat-
j.
ing
with
518,000
feet
of
lumber
anti
F or S ale . My beautiful resi
Portland, Ore, Jin. 7. 1911.
reaching 9 to before the close of the
tie Rasmussen; Conductor, Lethia
deuce in West Bandon, consisting of 20 tints ol miscellaueous freight, ami I (Special) Recirpis on this market
week.
Although Eastern markets
Moore; Chaplain, Anna Craine; I.
the
lolloping
passangers
Joint Installation
two large lots, modern house, six
lor the lift w;ek til January, ¡91 I. hardly justify this pri^e, the scarcity
G , Emma Harrington; O. G., Sarah
Geo W. Mvore, J L. Kronenberg and wife.
rttotns pal try, bath, closets ami
ate as follows: cattle 195?, calves of local hogs prevents buyers and
Costello; R, S. N. G., Mary Wal­
wood shed.
Also one litre» room Joseph Foyda, C. Martin. Hans Smith. H H
78, hogs »822. and sheep 412;, packets from forcing the price down.
B.adlord, A | Dalton aud wife. E. Ni.-n :adt
Wednesday evening Jan. 1 lt th. kir. L. S. N G., Mathilda Johnson;
house. All new and well improve I
G. W. Johnson. Doo St.la. F. H. Crosby. N. which, considering the season, is a
The sheep market has been very Bandon Lodge, No. 133, and Ocean ! R- S. V. G„ Maggie White; L, S.
A snap for a short time
Adtlrc s W. Yo**o- Mr. W. e, W F. Csipple, Mi
goctl beginning lor the New Year. I good during the past week. The Rebekah Lodge, ¡26, L O. O. F., jV G., Blanche Radley.
orcalion W. W. Devoe. Bandon, Johnson W J. Met «How. Mrs. John, mi , Mrs.
Two lots of < xtra choice California salr ot grain fed lambs at 6 50, ewes held joint installation at their
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Afrer the installation ceremonies
Wise. Jess Day. J G Bale., an.I the Pa­
Oregon,
55 it
steers brought respectively 7 50 and at 4.75 and mixed sheep at 4 25. the officers of Bandon Lodge being *ere over the ladies of the Rebekah
uda Slock Co., ux ie number.
Dan Stetta, G. W J icol s >»» and
I1.01, but the general tone ol tl»e Iietng jii advance of 50c over iiav installed by A. J. Macy, Deput) l°dge invited the Odd Fellows to lhe
rhe Elizabeth sa led this morning
J. <!. Kites sailed on the Fifield to
cattle market was quieter and buy lex! stuff, shows that the buyers ap­ I Grand Master, with Titos. White, as dining room where a bountiful coll i
day for Sau Francisco, all taking with lie bundles of I r. mm handles. ers showed a tendency to diserimi- preciate go<»d mutton.
Deputy Grand Marshal, anti the of- *’on ^ad been ] repared,
800 bundles veneer slices 2 cases
samples of black sand, containing
— ooo —-
I
nate
mote
closely
bet
a cell the differ
fleets
of Ocean Rebekah Lodge be­
wivoletis, 6 biles woolens, 38 bote,
the elusive gold.
When buying a cough medicine ing installed by Maggie White, Dep
The liver loses its activity at times
et»l grades ottered. Good steers ate
cheese atul 250,000 feet of lumber,
Judge A. S. Hammond, of M ir.b
| quoted as steady In strong at 6 50 I tor children (rear in mind that Cham utv President, with Anna Craine as i and needs help. HERBINE is an
also the following passengers-
i berlam's Cough Remedy is most ef­
effective liver stimulant. It also pur
fie'd, is in the city on legal business
: to 6 75: the cow market is about th • fectual f<w colds, croup and wboop Deputy Grand Marshal.
Mrs. F. F Dwkson Mr- E. M H-alon. Go
The mg cough and that it contains no
Seventy-yards canwt Im sale at Heaton. Floyd Hr aloo. I anghugs. Joe Sails. 'sitne as quoltil heretofore.
Following are the officers of both ifies the bowels, strengthens diges­
the
harmful
drugs.
For
sale
by
C.
Y
on
sale
of
three
registered
Shorthorn
Arthur
3
oun<.
W
Ymatg.
C.
O
IHsosi.
Oo
the Second Hand Store
lodges who are Io serve for the next tion and rrstores strength, vigor and
cheerful spirits. Price 50c. Sold
A. Nel-oo.
i heifers at 6.25 demonstrated once Lowe.
six months:
hill.
'
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bv C. Y. Lowe.
1
more
the
value
of
good
breeding
The
Ao
.it,»
sailed
today
with
a
N.
G.,
Orrin
Trowbridge,
V.
G.
;
Mrs. F E. .Dickson left OU the
All Redman are requested to be
I
The
bull
market
was
exceptionally
full
cargo
of
coal
and
the
Ruby
ar
­
L
P
Sull,
Sec.;
A.
Knopp;
Treats.,
present at the open installation ol
Elizabeth today tor S<n Francisco,
Definition FI F IELD—• Superior
and will join her husband al Giants rived tn p rt this mor tong. The strong, 4.75 being the highest price I officers to take place on Tuesdiv, L J. Radley; Warden, W. Lund­
aJ ‘>*h*r’s —Why not patronize
Jan. 2|lh.
[laid tor sometime.
quist; Conductor. A. J Hartman: the »jest and "ONLY WAY?" 54U
I Washcalore is also in port.
Pass.
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