Semi-weekly Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1910-1915, August 15, 1913, Page 4, Image 4

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Next Few
Days
The Finishing Touches
exciting finish of the big
to tour toilet are a few g<w> I
•n jewelry
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what we1
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chosen.”
mean by “w
Come, take a if >k at ti e I
trinket», which while not ex-
pensive in price -c trdsticl
and styinh
stylish m
in design ano
and an
al>-
aolutely reliable in quality7 • I
To see them is a lesson in
taste. Ta own them is an
eiercise of it.
Piano V oting Contest
Votes obtained from the stores from now
until the close of contest will be worth
more to the contestants Get all you
can, even if you have to buy ahead.
Your favorite contestant needs every
vote she can get.
SABRO BROS.
Maflfltwtariag Jewelers
Phone 791, Bandon, Oregon
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Local Notes
Wanted — Agate Work—Sabro
Miss Ivy Langlois came up from
Bro».
Langlois yesterday to visit friends.
Shoes shined at Hotel Gallter by
The O. E. S. Natal Day Conven­
Archie Jorgensen.
19-tf
tion for Coos County will be held in
Four neatly furnished housekeep­ Bandon, September 5th,
ing rooms to rent. Inquire of E.
Boost for the Po t Commission,
Lewi«, Phene 511.
581!
vote for the Pon Commission and
F or S ale —On corner of Fill- you will boost and vote for yourself
more and 3rd streets, groceries at
The Bandon Creamery is now
living prices. Call and see A. H. churning about 2500 pounds of
Sparks.
54t*
butter a week, which is not so bad.
For Sale, or to trade for a good
Attend the good roads meeting
cow, a one and one-half year old at the Commercial Club hall tonight
thoroughbred Jersey bull, No finer Everybody is interested ;i good
in the county. A. H aber ly . 6114 roads.
You can get the La Integridad
Sam Johnson and family returned
clear Havana at the Antlers Cigar Wednesday eveniag from their auto
store. Try one. Money back if not trip to Roseburg wheA? they have
satisfactory.
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been visiting friends.
Insure
Your
Insurance
Are your policies kept
in an absolutely safe place
outside of building, where
they
may be
reached
promptly iu case of fire?
Have you in a safe place
an itemized list of goods in­
sured which companies re­
quire in proof of claim?
Insure your insurance
by keeping your policies
and inventory in a safety­
deposit box in this bank.
FIRST NAT L BANK
Open duiing Noon Hour and Satur­
day Evening«.
New orders of bicvcle repairs of
dl kinds constantly arriving. Will
take orders for bicycles ol any kind.
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S. D. B arrows .
Chas. T. Hubbard of Seaside,
Oregon is spending a few weeks
visiting his son Chas. Hubbard and
family.
Of interest to every community in
the Columbia River Basin is the
announcement made within the past
few diys by Major Mclndoe U. S.
Corps of Engineers, that work on
the north jetty at the mouth of the
Columbia will be commenced in
October. The original estimate of
$i,ooo,ooo as the cost of this im­
provement has been increased to
$6,000,000, and it is expected that
5,000,000 tons of rock will be re­
quired in the work. The govern­
ment officials have announced that
the south jetty, which was com­
menced in 1885, is now complete
and that the task ol transferring the
equipment to the north side of the
river will be taken up at once. It is
expected that confining the current
to the narrow channel between the
two jetties will result in a permanent
depth of not less than 40 feet on the
bar.
F or S ale —Twenty-five horse
power submerged tube upright boil­
er, and fifteen h p. engine. Ca'I at
Acme Planning Mill.
65-18
If the party who found my wallet
will return same with notes and other
papers they may keep the five dol­
lar bill and can return it through the
mail.-W R. Wells.
65 ti
Socialist Picnic.
Tickets for round ¡trip from Co­
quille to North Bend $1.00 Sunday,
Aug 17. the dav of the big Socialist
Picnic to be held at Simpson’s Park.
Those wishing tickets can procure
them at the Racket Store, M.
O'Con, or at Gregory’s.
Boyle Jewelry Co
WILL DISPLAY IN THEIR WIN­
DOW IN THE COURSE OF THE
NEXT FEW DAYS ALL OF THE
TROPHY
CUPS AND MEDALS
a
TO BE USED OFFICIALLY DUR­
ING THE CARNIVAL
WILL BE PUT
ON ALL THE PRIZES FURNISH­
ED BY US.
HAND ENGRAVING
Watch Our Windows
Continue to Please.
The Manion-Claman players who
are holding forth at the Orpheum
this week are playing to full houses
ever night and to say the peo; le are
pleased would only be putting it in
a mild form.
This is one of the best troupes
that ever came to Bandon and th y
are certainly deserving ol the ex­
cellent patronage they are getting.
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In order to assist hunters who
may become lost in the woods, or
who might possibly meet with some
disabling accident
State Game
Warden Finley has .uranged a code
of signals which he wants every
hunter to learn before entering the
forest. If lost or disabled, tire two
shots to second» apart; wait 60 sec­
onds, then Ore one shot. This is to
be recognized as the official signal
of distress. Any hunter hearing it
will at once fire one shot in answer
and lose no time in rendering any
possible assistance.
Waatod! Wanted!
To trade ar buy all kinds of house
hold goods at the furniture store on
the hill.
Notice to Contractors
Notice is hereby given that
sealed bids will be received
by the First National Bank
Bandon, Oregon, until 8
o’clock p. m. Monday Sep­
tember 1st, 1913, for the con­
struction of a two story rein­
forced concrete bank building
on Atwater Street at the end
I of Homer Street, according
j to the plans and specifications
now on tile with the owner
or Benj. Ostlind, Architect.
First National Bank
Bandon, Oregon
Aug 15-Sept 1
.
Votes given on every cent purchase at D. M. Aver
ill’s, O. A. Trowbridge, Bandon Bakery, Boyle Jew
elry Co., and The Agate.
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For Sale.
Just Arrived.
At Mitchell’s furniture store on
A few fine lots in Bennett’s Plat
B, al $35-00 »o $50.00 each on the hill, a variety ol baby carts and
terms.
sulkys. Call and see before buy­
80 A. of cedar timber two miles ing elsewhere.
out, a good piling and tie proposi
tion, tor $750 do with six months to
remove limber.
Also I have 4 ten acre tracts close
The danger season tor fires in the
forests of this locality is here, and in, at $50 per acre on easy terms.
See E N. Smith, with Devoe &
the Goos County F re Patrol Associ­
Pressey.
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ation is making every preparation
V ou had better stop at once or you 'll
lose your job. Every line of business is
to fight any fire* ' lat may occur
closing its doors to “Prinking’’ men.
within the jusisdiction of the organi
It may be your turn next. By the aid
zation. The A sociatiun member
of ORRINE thousands of men have been
reetored to live« of sobriety and industry.
ship includes practically all of the
We arc bo sure that ORRINE will bene­
timber owners in the County, and
fit you that we say to you that if after
a trial you fail to get any benefit from
the territory covered includes not
its use, your money will be refunded.
only all of Coos county, but the
When you »top “Drinking,” think of
the money you’ll eave; besides, sober
northern part of Curry county as
men are worth more to their employer*
well. This is tlje pioneer county
and get higher wages.
Cost* only film a box. We have an
fire fighting association of the stale,
I interneting booklet about ORRINE that,
and since its organization four years
i we are giving away free on request. Cali
Courteou« Treatment
j *t our store and talk it over.
ago, other counties have followed
Lowest Price*
the example of the Coos timber
Orange Pharmacy
owners and formed similar associa­
tions
Last year there were no forest
fires in Coos county, a fact due
largely to the precautionary meas­
ures taken by the association. This
year on account of the rains extend­
ing late into the summer, the danger
season m the woods was postponed,
For our customer—not just today, but tomor­
but the dry season is now here, and
row and for all time to come, if
the timber districts will be very'
carefully watched.’
The operation» of the association
are directed from the office ot the
Secretary, W. J. Conrad, in the
(•
Coke Building, and to him should
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be reported by telephone, any
fires that may occur. In this way
the farmers and other residents of
the rural districts may be of much
help in protecting the timber of the J
county, and protecting their own
property as well. The fanners, in
the past, having realized the impor­
tance of the protection work, carried
on by the association, have been of
great assistance tn promptly report­
ing fires, and the Association will
depend to quite an extent upon tin
co-operation of the rural residents.
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Secretary Conrad urges the im­
portance of promptness in reporting
even small fires, as the wardens and
fire fighters can often save much ,
property bv putting out smal’ fires ;
before the ffames in the woods have
reached dangerous proportions
(Continued Tuesday)
IF YOU ARE A
DRINKING MAN
Everything For
Everybody
THE RACKET STORE
I
We want you
Right Goods
Right Prices
Courteous Treatment
and prompt delivery
is what you want
WE HAVE YOU
For Sale.
Boarding house, furnished, Small
payment down. Bal. easy terms.
Located on Iris St. in Woolen Mill I
Ad. to the town of Bandon. See 1
65 t4-Fx
S. R. Loshbaugh.