Semi-weekly Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1910-1915, October 15, 1912, Image 5

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    THE FINISHING TOUCH
to a wninin i toilet •« th*
jrwrl «hr K<frns to her hmoni.
We |»ay parti« talar attention to
thi* branch of our jeweln
buxine«, and our display of
brooches pint«, chatelaines
lockets, etc., i»especially large
and unusually attractive and
novel. See it by all meat,
it contains many splendid gi:
suggestions. Watch our win
dow display.
Wouldn't You Rather
buy drugs that you know ara ABSOLUTELY PI
cn
FRESH AND NEW? Oar stock has been care-
kJ fully ¿elected irom standard manufacturers and pl
Z »
you can depend upon its freshness and purity. X
O
i
»
5ABRO BROS., Manufacturing Jewelers
tcArt
Bandon, Oregon.
Ort
«
:
WE DELIVER
Call up 351 and we will get it there QUICKLY.
o
z
Dr Harry E. Hermann eyesight
Pl
kJ
j 7
I
I
I specialist will be at the Hotel Cailier
LOCH-l
LuOlfe I Tuesday and Wednesdry Oct. 22,
W
23 Have your eyes looked
kJ
after by an expert.
8tt2
CH
W anted — tooo empty sicks at I
,_
t
f|
Spencer
Trowbridge
who
had
Central Warehouse.
2—if i
...
_ „
his leg broken some time ago ws
K
*
.Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Miller o'I
down town today on crutches tor
Roseburg are at the Bandon House
, the first time since the accident.
and are looking for a location to go
' Spencer's manv friends are glad ti
into business having sold out their
see bun able to be out once more,
restaurant at Roseburg.
ami hope lie will soon be entirely
Mr. and Mrs. Christie Reabin, of i well.
Banks, Ore. have been in Bandon}
A - S Elliot Ins commenced
Agujardi's Voice.
Look at These
a few days visiting Mr. and Mr-.
For Sale.
work ot remodeling his home
The record soprano voice Was l.u
Sun Hines. Mr and Mrs. R. hive
crezln Agtijarxli s This Indy, who died
Sixlh street in Az ka Park,
Several good I ve| lots at East
A one horse burry with folding
re« entiy bet n married and are taking
In 1783. could easily strike C In altls-
will add a bath room ami bed r«x»m
end
ol
Sixth
St.,
one
block
Irotn
back
seat, and swinging front. Will
Copyright,
1912,
sltno.
their wedding tour.
on the first floor and will also le
Baptist
church,
$90
to
$125
per
lot.
seat
four
persons romtoitably. Price
Mirrarla. £trni St (to.
Dr. Harry E. Hermann eyesight model ;i md enltrge the second storj
Chinese Pirates.
$25 down, balance at $10 per month. 45.00 cash or bank check. Apply
Rochester, N. Y.
specialist at Hotel Gallier Oct. 22 When completed Mr. Elliot will
As long ago as the thirteenth ceil
Twenty acres level land two miles to Mrs. A. Snead, Bandon. Phone
tury the island of llougkoug was a
and 23.
8112
have a beautiful and commodious
piratical stronghold, and for centuries south. Good soil. All slashed. $50 2xxi Farmer
75t8x
C. B. Zeek can be found at old home.
the Chinese government was nmilile to per acre.
r~.~~
.
ssm
I drive the sen robbers out
All cruft
stand. Houses for rent or sale,
is holding its Potato
Har isburg
i
Several large level lots on Sixlh
passing what Is now Hongkong harbor
Cedar timber for sale. Registers Carnival this week This has be-
were compelled to pay tribute
The St. Central location. Cleared and
voters, The 19th closes registration come an annual event, Many other
higher elevations of the Island serv«*d grubbed. $200 pet lot. Easy t»rm>
as lookout stations, and no boat that
lor Nev. election.
things besides potatoes will be ex-
Lots 60x132 on Sixth St , one
approached was permitted to leave un­
Dr. S. C. Endicott, Dentist. Ras hibited, including the products uf
block from school. $300
til It bad paid toll
mussen Bldg. Phone 71.
85-tf
Harrisburg school children.
One acre top of hill, five block
Three Names.
The Ladies Thimble club will
from
Hotel Gallier. Good house
Have your eves tested by an
“All pence" Is the inclining of the
give a Halloween party in K of P. pert. Dr. Harry E. Hermann
Are you accustomed to think­ nume Alfred, while Arthur means it $2000. Terms.
Hall, Thursday evening October be at Hotel Gallier Tuesday
strong man Samuel menus “heard by
We have a fine assort incut f>
ing of business clothes as God.”
3?rst. An apron sale will also be Wednesday, Oct. 22 and 23. 8it2
at
acreage tracts close in
held in connection.
Everybody
Let us fix you up for Fite Insur­
A Natural Soap Bath.
Portland expects to have the merely work-clothes, substan­
is invited. Admission free.
Timor. 11 village In one of the East ance, hunting, fishing ami marriage
Biggest potito show ever held in the tial but unattractive? You Indian islands, has a spring from licenses
F or S als —Red and white cedar I Pacific Northwest at th? Land Show,
which bubbles up water heavily charg­
Several mad 11.it lots on Railroad
should see a Michael-Stern ed
posts. Six cents andup. A idress Nov. 18-23
with radium and alkali
it tin - tiie :
Many entries are
street,
50 X Too feel, $! 100.00.
Box 25, city.
8t-tix
appearance of a miniature volcano
It
coming in and growers announce business suit!
forms
a
natural
soap
hath,
but
the
M ills & S tkauhal .
Agate Brooches, Rings, Scarf
See these splendid photoplays at they wiil display ten or more boxes
worst feature Is thill vegetation for
We
are
show
ing
suits
for
busi
­
Pins made to order in 12 to
the Grand, the only house in Ban i f tuixrs, each weighing 30 pounds.
miles around is ruined.
24
hours. YOU DON’T
ness wear made of smart, fan­
don si owing licensed pictures
For Sale or Trade.
There are substantial prizes for the
Tree Life.
HAVE TO WAIT HERE.
Otto Walser returend last week best potatoes. The Portland Coin cy mixtures, in medium and
The Ivy Ilves :«l>otit 200 yenrs. the
You have often heard it said
from Chilcoot Haines, Alaska, w here mercial Club offers a handsome and dark colors, that carry elm 300 to 350 years, the linden 500 to
Ten
acres
of
(he
finest
kind
of|
that skillful mending or re­
1.000 years, the locust tree and the oak
he h id been since last spring, en­ trophy cup for the member of the
lmdwith
water
to
irr
gate.
Located
‘
(00
years,
the
fir
700
to
1.200
years
and
pairing of jewelry is a lost
gaged in the fishing business. Mr. Oregon Devdopement League and the air of “big business with pnltr trees 3.000 to 5.000 years
in ihe famous Go sc Lake valley at I
art. Those who bring their
Walser says they catch fish in traps atü i.ited leagues scoring the highest them, tit snug around the
Passenger Balloons.
Lakeview.
Jewelry here to be repaired
Ascents of passenger carrying hfti-
up there by the thousands, some in the district agt ¡cultural display. neck, smooth and trim on the
ALo
I
lot
and
house,
furnished,
at
will find unusual facilities
loons were first made in England in
times catching as many as 30 000 in
Mr. Ed Peterson and Mr. Chas shoulders, w ith enough waist 1784
a great sacrifree.
For particulars
and unsurpassed skill—
a trap in a single day. That is some Walts from I he Dalles, .ire at the
address Post Box 6u2, Bandon, Ore-’
nor is that all.
fish all right, and would appear to Bandon House with their household effect to be smart—yet not too
gon.
45
H
When the work is finished it
be a profitable business, Otto will goods, and are going to Incite here
ultra.
I
Sheriff’s
Sale
of Real I
is carefully inspected to
remain here for the winter and will They ire carpenters, first class men
make
sure it is right. Our
Property, on Foreclosure. 1
probably return to Alaska when the in their line
i hese suits range in price
prices are as low as our
season opens again in the spring.
$15.00 to $30.00.
E. G. Cissidy whom it was an- iron»
■
work is good.
Four individual rooms and one
For Carpet and Rug weaving, nounced in a former issue of the
You’ll find it “good business” Notice is hereby given. That by virtue of an three room cottage in best location OPPOSITE P. O.
address Mrs. J. L. Foster, Bandon
;
Recorder,
had
arrived
from
Spoon
<;cution duly issued out of the Circuit Court in city.
See S. R. Steel or address
28-tf
er, Wis , with hts family and bought {p investigate our business •( the State of Oregon, (or the County oi Coos.
543.
7914.x
E. I. Brewsters Jersey cow ‘Olym­
»nd to me directed on the 17lh day of Sep
ottt the Popular Hotel from N. N. suits.
—
A —
pia Fern’’ of Satsop, defeated “Bet­
.-mber, !912, upon a judgment and de fer duly
, Jacooovitch. has commenced the
tv,'’ Burt Purcell's famous Adms
■nd'rrd, rntered ot rrcord and dneketed in and
a
A Great
The Unique is now open
work of remodeling the building
y said Court on the 13th day of September, first class
Holstein in the milking contest at
restuiant, bakery
and will spend about $500.00 in im
¡912, in a certain suit then in aid Cou-: p nd-
Chehalis for, producing milk worth
delecatessen store. All kinds of
provements which will put the
ng. wherein McPher«on-Gins.-r Cotn;»any, a
$1.31 to $1.28 for Bettv, Beth
home cooking at reasonable prices.
c »rpor.ntion, was plaintiff ar.d W. J, White»
place in first class condition in every
gave 94 pounds to 79 for O ympia
Opposite
Rosa s store—I* D. M ey
imetimcs known as William White, Ira Tu-k-
respect and render it a most com­
Semi-Weekly Otegon Journal, one
Fern, but it was not as rich.
sr, Fannie R. Tucker, A. J. Hackett, Zekla i k. Prop
"9*18
fortable hotel for his guests. He Sandon
Marshfield
year............................................................ Sl/O
lackd. Clyde Gage, Mary C. Gage and K
Misses Zettie Gibson and Rae has 1 echristened the Hotel and now
WANTED—Watches to repair — Semi - Weekly Bandon Recorder
V. B. Nickiin were defend int« in favor o(
Counsel.
Carey left today tot Marshfield and calls it the Bandon House. The!
Sabro Bros.
one year.___
1.50
If you wnu>d be perfect dear slaters ant! ,>lain’irf and against said defendants by which
will sail <»n the Alliance tomorrow hotel .1 ill lie run on the American i
Druthers.
-tccution I am commanded to sell the property
Total.................................................. »300
follow th. counsel you give unto n said execution and heriin.iflei described to
tor Eureka Calilornia. w here they plan and <* ill have a first cl tss cafe [ Just others.
will enter the Union Labor Hospital m connection. Mr Cassidy starts But If you'd bo holy and wondrous and piy th ■ su.n du- lhe phin iff of Five Hundred
Twenty-ei.ht and 32-i 00 dollars, with ¡nt • »1
and tike a nuise’s training course out with the right vim and will no Juat true
follow th. counsel they give unto
Both Papers One Year $2.00
thereon at the rate of six per cent per annu.u
you.
1 hese are both excellent young doubt meet with much sucess in his I
Irotn the 13th day oi September, 1912 until
-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
ladies and will no donbt mike good enterprise.
I
paid togethe- with the costs and dubursemenu
Willing to Wait.
in their chosen profession Their
The Semi-Weekly
of said suit taxed at Thirteen and 90-100 dol­
A Baltimore clubman tells of two lars and costs and exp nses of said execu’ion. I
many Bandon friends will wish them | Pictures at the Grand
Wed. i convicts who met for a moment alone will on Saturday the !6th day ol Nov;-m'»er,
ad kindsol sucess in their new un
Oregon Journal
In a corridor and took advantage of
nesday Oct. 16.
tiertaking.
the fact for a hurried Interview. Said 1912 at the hour ot 10:00 o'clock a. ni. of slid
Piiblidies the latent and moat complete tele­
day at the Front door of the C >unly Court
one. "How long are you in for?"
Do you need a lamp, beli or othet
graphic
new« of the world; give» reliable
"For life." res|>onded the other. louse in City of Coquille, Coos County,
market report«, as it is published at Portland
Bicycle supplies? If so, see S. D
Oregon,
sell
at
p
¡»lie
auction
to
the
hi
fi
-hes.'
“A Bunch of Violets,” a Vita- "And how long are you In for?"
where the market news can be and ia cot-
Barrows, the bicycle man.
8-lf
‘Twelve years,’’ res|>ondi*d the other. bidder for cash in hinl on the -ay of sale, a'l
To make room for <’ur
graph dr »tn 1.
rccted
to date (or each issue.
It also ha» a
Then,'’ Ki
said
id the lifer, cautiously the ncht, title, interest, and eitato which said
Th? State Board of Fore-try will
‘‘Partners for L fe," an Edison extracting a letter from Its hiding Lfcnd.mls W. J. Wnite, Ira Tu.k-r, Fannie R
l>cge of special matter for the farm and
prepare a map ol the state, showing comedy dram 1.
home, an ml>resting story page and a page
place as he glanced fearfully around, Turker, A, J. Hackett. Z-l ia Hackett, Ckde
or
more of comic each week, and it goea to
the location el the various classes
"take
this
and
mail
It
for
me
when
Gtge. Mary C. Cage and K. V B. Null.a
''Signal Light»,’’ .« thrilling rail­
you
get
out"
—
Baltimore
American.
he
subscriber twice rach week-—101 t me« a
oi timberland. This will facilitate road story, E-simy.
and all person« claiming under them «ubsequ. il
year.
to
the
Plaintiff'«
mortgage
hen
in.
of
and
Io
said
co-operation with the United States
at kws than cost
Thursday, Oct. 17.
Much Repeated History.
real propertv. Said premises hereinbefore men
Forest Service in building roads and
There
once
wa.
an
impudent
grafter
“The ( hurch Acr ss the Way,’’
tinned arc dexril’nd in said execution as follows,
Who erected reproval with laughter.
trai 5 and aiding in fighting fires.
Vtagraph.
But as time rolled around
The Semi-Weekly
to-wit: Lot-' Fourteen (14) and Fitm-n (15) ia ,
Hie record he found
ok»ck Twenty-«« (26) :n Portland Addition to I
“Down Jaycil e \V
an amus­
The Willamette Valiev is becom­
Face to face with a solemn hereafter.
t ie town (now city) of Bandon, Coos Count/. 11
—Washington Star.
We can save you money.
ing widely known as a clover seed ing rustic co nedy, i'si ma'.
Bandon Recorder
9re on. a<- ordinj to th- plat thereof fil.-.i v >h ||
secti.-n. Four counties will ship
‘ Bronco Billy’s Narrow Escape,”
G res all the local rewt and happenings and
Up to Date.
and recorded by th? Coun'y Clerk, in aa i fo
seven c trio uh this year and be­ Essan y W ‘stern.
Frosh Tourist (In mountain district) aiJC ounty and 'tote, tog th— with sil n I
«lio-jld be m every home in this vsemity. The
Bandon
Drug
Co
-What s backwoods' Fl| bet yon a
two |«prr, make a splendid combmatioa and
tween j < no. i »00 and ^700,co«» will
■ ot-jlxr tii'' t-nm>m!s, he-edita nen‘i sr.J ,-p
dollar, my man. that you can't tell
you can save $1 by sending sour subscrip­
The Battle of Life.
l»e th t'iljuted am ng the growers .
0 » -?«»cea Hi •;?»ato betoaji.i;. or ia a.-./M te
No man live« without Jostling and u.i* whether Andrew Jackson Is dead
tions Io 1 he Randoa Recorder. We can
■p;> itamiag.
1 he Eastern market take the most
•w not
being jostled Tn all ways he has to
slso give our lubsrnbers a good clubbing oi­
2>aid «ale bein; mad- sub).-ct to red-.-nap.ix*.
Native
—
Marhe
I
can't,
but
I
’
ll
tw»t
u: the Oregon product.
elbow himself through the world, giv­
ler (or the Daily and Sunday, or Sunday
The Grange Pharmacy
Special Direct Agents for A. D. S. Remedies.
Next to Orpheum Theatre.
8 5 1
Your
Business
Clothes
Jewelry
Manufacturing
and Repairing
on Short Notice
Boyle’s Jewelry
Store.
!
K
Hub Clothing &
Clubbing Offer
Money Talks
Closing 0uI Sale
on Dishes and
Chinaware
Witter Water for your liver, kid
neys and rheumatism. C, M. Spen­
cer.
ing and taking offense. His life fs a
battle tn so far as It ia an entity at
all.—Carlyle.
yon Jinn I mn name more .W and
over tatters In either of the big
leagues thao you can and X It so at
that!-Puck.
a the mann-i provided by law.
Dated thia 11 th day oi Oct»b.f, 1912.
W
W. GAOe.
Bandon Recorder.
Sheriff of Coo* County Oregon.-1lt5T
•
4
J •urnsl ia coaa - ixi witi the
s
a
Sent -rekly