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Semi-WeeWy Bandon Recorder, October 31; 1913
! LOCAL ID PERSONAL ITEMS I
Wauled Agate Work Saliro
SIrvs sliined at Hotel Gnllicr ly
lliic Jorfjensen. 19-tf
i'iiHips for rent at Bandon Drug
Ccrarpany. 791 f
try- the Unique for a good square
Masnd sw;eet bread.
Fwa Sam; Pi;
$&6. Uiasy terms. See H. C. Dipple
JjEow line of dressers at the furni-
hs'tfEoreontlieliill. D.J. Mitdiell
JUaymte wishing home made pies
raks phone the Wigwam or see
ff. E". Lewin. 75'
frlfa, & E. Hadsalld's visiting her
wxa I'ira Hadsall'and wife at Myrtle
Fmnct iTiis week. . .
thv CJandon Dry Goods Co. will
$we ystv cent discount on all silks
.Sillufolilj! November 1st. li
Pftk Sale On corner, of Fill-
taate sswJ.std streets, groceries at
8fg jfuCTOM. Call and see A. H,
l"foe will1 be preaching aP the M.
tv CSutfcb,. South, both morning
atl evening next Sunday. Sunday
rchraniat 10:00 a. m.
A (fta close of the regular meet
i$ tasl-Tupsday evening 4he mem
fltarjuoiHtic Rebekah lodge enjoyed
3 fcoRQuel and social hour.
SaSafwCrosHiave installed aline
8Vctroks and Victrola disc re
Hiitiifa anct are ready to furnish the
' ptjMic witn. everything in that line.
V. . Longston of the Longston
.Cjonstrwcttan Co, of Coqoille was in
Siijadflrt Wednesday night bidjjing
cttt itre tamer vrprk -before the city
Jfu Snle or Trade A good or
ftfaofil jicoposition in Douglas Co.
tifttt. the S. P. railroad. Get the
, 3acT ttxaan the "owner. Box 892,
IXsiufntt, Ore. ' . , 721'
.as? An Elk tojith fob, .with
ta&tf tcofIitifj, Marshfield 1160. rfnd
if. V. C. Finder please return to
Vtank Cottsrlin at the Bandnn Dry
t3ty Gaatffl Co. and receive liberal
jfiicarO1. ' 8ttl
J. P. Ptolly, civil engineer, came
H3vtt Iron Marshfield a few days
ago and iar now surveying an ex
Ttftisioft lot the. Snjith Powers log
jginj rond', which will be. built about
35 milts farther toward Port Orford.
. Mrs May Wasley, Manicurist will
, t. at tire Bandon Dry Goods Co. 's
lara nt Mondays, Wednesdays and
Saturday, coiqinencing Monday
Oct. ioih, from 1 to 5 p. in. Hair-
tTresaintr and shampooing by ap
jtajnUncnt. 82tf .
UfitJ A. Ilagan, representing the
1'llDjua & Bauman Motion Picture
Co. was- in "Bandon yesterday
iHialimf; arrangements to put on a
aevBii reel picture of the 1013 Pen
tltelaft Hound Up nt the Grand
"Thejlre itj the near future.
"Hie wrestlilig match between
taay Ajax and M. G. Lulsey, for
ho middleweight championship of
tlu fncific coast. Nov. 8th promises
to b the greatest drawing card ever
pulled oft in this section and it will!
certainly be some match as both
men are top notches.
F. H. Mason, formerly dyer in
the Bandon Woolen Mill buc 4who
now holds a Similar position in a
mill at Ellensburg, Wash sends in
the necessary wherewith to pay his
subscription in advance to June 1915
and states thai everything is fine in
his section of the country. Mr.
Mason is a brother of - Walt Mason
the famous prose, poet. ,
A letter from T. J. Stillwell a long
and time honored resident of Ban
don, who went to Carlton, Oregon,
recently to visit his son T. A. Still,
well, reports that Carlton is a nice
little village in the midst of the best
farm, fiuit and stock raising section
in the valley: He states that every
body seems to be doing well and he
and Mrs. Stillwell lilce tt there very
Samuel Wood is painting Donald
Charleston's house on Franklin Ave
Ed Caiierlin returned yesterday
noon from a business t rip to Port
Twenty per cent discount on all
silks at )he Bandon Dry Goods Co.
Saturday Nov. 1st, 0 1 1
Fcrt Sale Remington type wfit
er in good condition. See Guy
Dipple at Bandon Warehouse 8.ttf
Mrs. O. A. Trowbridge and Mis
Gladys Slrader returned on the Fi
field Wednesday evening from
visit of several weeks in California
Wm. Candlin, representing the
Pacific Paper Co. and other whole
sale houses was down from Coquille
yesterday calling on his customers
H. J o Forrester left the first of
the week for California where heo
will attend to business matters. Mr.
I'orrester owns some properly at
Tom Taggart the Democratic
"boss'' of fndiana is geiting into
trouble It seems the Woodrow
Wilson clubs are after him and in
. t . 1
icna tosnear nun 01 ins wings, as
boss of the Democratic party in In
diana. . 0
Frank B. Tichnor, . formerly of
Curry'county, but now located at
Seattle, is.se'cretary and treasurer of
the Young Men's Democratic League
of .Washington, which has launched
a campaign for 10,000 membership
oy 1 91.1,
The Art Club met yesterday with
LIiss L. Kate Rosa and a very pleas
ant afternoon was spent. Ao delicious
luncheon was served, by the hostess.
Mesdames F. E. Dyer, C. Y. Lowe
W. E. Craincajid Miss Maude Lowe
were guests of the club.
M. C. MMgriey editor of the.CooS
Bay Times, in a recent, issue hands
Governor West ;? package that will
sure hold him for a 'While. Now
that4lie ball is started to rolling the
people of this section will watch the
outcome? with considerable interest.
Mrs. Tom .'Lewis entertained at a
pink tea Wednesday. Those pres
ent were Mesdames E.'C. Drosch,
Elmer Foid, A. L. Jacob's and Miss
M able Parks., The home was
beautifully decorated with Azaleas
and ferns and the afternoon was very
Tl.e opening of First Strebt East
has actually commenced, in fact the
street is noout completed lor 150
feet east of the Bandon Furniture
Co's store. When this thoroughfare?
is open for traffic it will make a gaeat
stimulus to Bandon business .in.
The automobile licenses from
Coos coun,ty.for 1913 up to Oetober
1st was $1,163 .50. ..Twenty per
ceat of this goes to the state for
clerical hire and the other " 80 per
cent comes to Coos county to Lfe ap
plied to the road fund, 'l ife auto
mobile licenses for Cun y county was
for 1913 was $17.50.
. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Stone, o
Honolulu left today on the Alliance
for Poitland and will from there go
on to Vale. Mr. Stone came here
with, the idea of .starting, a morning
newspaper in North Bend, but it is
understood from Mr. Stone himself,
lie will not attempt the vent'. ire at
this time. Mr. Stojie was0 formerly
manager of the Nugget at Nome,
Alaska, and is considered a good
newspaper man. --Marshfield Record
No more will "ham and "at
twenty-five cents per, go merrily
ringing down the corridors of the
chop house, not at least until thq
hen comes down from her perch,
House wives are digging out re
cipes which call for none or a limited
number of cackle berries. For the
hen has joined the brigade of the
porterhouse, the pork chop and
such like luxuries, and its 50c a
dozen for the erstwhile plebeian egg
with all indications that they'll go to
a nickie piece before Biddy relent9jJ,,'u t0 ben,flt your money t.
and condesends to do her duty,
Avoid Sedative Cough Med
If you want to contribute directly
to the occurrence 01 capuiary
bronchitis and pneumonia use cough
me.'li incs that contain codine, moi
nhuie. heroin and other sedatives
when voti have a corgh or cold. An
expectorant like Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is what is needed.
That cleans out the culture beds or
breeding places for the germs of
pneumonia and other germ diseases.
That is why pneumonia never re
sults form a cold when Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is used. It has a
world wide reputation for its cures,
tt contains no morphine or other
sedative. For sale by all dealers.
Home-lfeepirlg Womeli Need
Health and Strength.
The work ofo a home-keeping
woman makes a constant call on her
strength and vitality, and sickness
comes through her kidneys and
bladder oftener than she knows.
Foley Kidney Pills will invigorate
and restore her. nd weak J.ick,
nervousness, ucliing joints and ir
regular bladder acti n wjjl all dis
appear wnen I'olcy rills are used
I he Orange Pharmacy. .
The following unsolicited testi
monial should certainly be sufficient
to give hope and ourage to persons
afflicted will with chronic dyspepsia:
"Lhave been a chronic dyspeptic
for ,years, and oall the medicines 1
Have taken, Chamberlain s laDlels
have done'mc more good than any
thing else,".says W. G. Matlson,
No. i Sherman St., JMornellsville,
N. Y. For sale by all dealers.
Quick to Help Backache and
. Rheumatism. '
The man or woman who wants
ouick help from backache .and
rheumatism, will find if in Foley
Kidney Pills. I hey act so quickly
and with such gocd efieet that weak
inactive kidneys that do not keep
tne mood clean and iree 01 impurit
ies, arc toned up and. strengthened
to healthy vigorous action. Good"
results follow their, fise promptly.
The Orange Pharmacy.
A Marvelous Escapes
"My little boy had a marvelous
escape, r. v. uastiams ol Prince
Albert, Cape of uood Hope ' It
occurred in the middle of jhe night.
He j;ot a very severe attack of
croup As luck would lyive it, 1
had a large bottle of Chamherlain's
Gougli Remedy in the. house. After
ollowintr the directions for an lirtur
and twenty minutes he was hrougta
all danger. aold by all "dealers.
ThyMAkYavp Fdel) Goodl
the pleasant purgative efle'ct
produced by Chamberlain's Tablets
and the 'healthy condition of body
and mind which jhey create make
one feel joyful. .For., sale by all
The changeable weatlier of early
all brings on coughs and colds 'that
have a weakening tflect on the
system, and may become chronic,
Use Foley, s Honey ; ind Tar Com
pound. It has a very soothing and
healing effect on the irritated' and
ntlamed air passages, and will help
very quickly. It is a well known
family medicjne that gives results.
The Orange Pharmacy.
Finds Cure fpr Epilepsy
After Years of Sufferirig
My daughter was nllllcted wltlt
cplloptlo fits for thrt'o yearn, the attacks
coming every few weeks. Ve emuloyeu
overal doctors but they did her no
. good, About a
year a fj o we
heard of Dr.
and tt certainly
ban proved p.
blessflnff to our
little girl, Sho !
cured and la en
joying the obest
of health. It Is
tfvor n year since
nhe ha a had a
fit. We cannot
ppfak too highly
tyRB. FRANK ANDERSON, o
0 -comiroy, Minn.
Thousands of children in the
Vnited States 0 who are suffering
from attacks of epilepsy an a
burden and sorrow to their parents,
who would give anything to restore
health to the sufferers. o
Dr. Miles' Nervine
is one ot the best remedies known
for this affliction. It has Droven
beneficial in thousands of cases
and those who have used it have
the greatest faith in it. It is not
'cure-all." but a reliable remedy
for nervous diseases. You need
not hesitate to give it a trial.
Sold by all Druaglt. If the first
MIUES MEDICAL CO., Hkhtrt, In.
M iimiiilo, '
Randon lodge. No. no a. f. & a
M. Sutcd communications Tint Saturday
atlpf the full moon ol each month. Special
communications second Saturday Iheirallei,
All Master Masons cordially invitrd.
W. E. Crainr. W. M
1 lul Pearson, Secretary
Eaatern Star 0
Occidental ci iaiter. No. 45. o.
E. S.. nirell Su'ltrrlv fvenin Iwfnr. ami
"I'M Hated communication of Masonic Lodge
Visiting members cordially invited lo attend.
Alice C. Gi n. W. M
Rosa Dingaman, Secretary.
, O. O. P
BANDON LODGE. Ni
miuli Wl 1.
133. 1. 0,0. F,
meels every Wednesday cvrninc. Vism'rri
icrs in good standing coidially invited.
H. A. Hatfield, N. G.
D. Q. Ky, Sec. -
KlllL'lltH ill I'vlMx
FlEI-PI II LODCE. No. 64. Knfetos
Pytliiiis. . Meet every "Monday evening
ai rvnigrus hall. Vlsitinf! ItniRlits invited lo
"). G. R. McNair, C. C.
B. N. Harrington. K. of R. S. '
Loynl Order of Monro
Meets Thursday evenihgs m I. O
Hall. Transient Moose cordially
Something doing every Thursday.
. O. 1
CEAN REBEKAH LODGE. No. 126
i o rip im.ut. i .4
1 O. O. F. Hall. Transcient memhars cordially
invited Alpha WheeUI, N. 0,
Josephine Stoltz, Secretary.
w. o. w.
SPMET1HNG POING Every Minuto.
Every Tuesday Night.
, ; SEASIDE CAMP NO. 212.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Meets at K. o( P. Hall. Visiting Nerghbors
C. M. Gaja, C. C.
H. E. Boat, Clnb,
Pto'f essional Cnnla.
THOMAS. F. .HAGGERTY
Ove McNair's Hardware Store
... BANDON, 6UEGON
CV R. WADS '
DR. R E.. HOUSTON
Pliysician & Surgeon
Oflare over Drtrj Stare. Houjs, 9 lo 12 . n;
l:4U to 9 p. en; 7 to a in tne evenmj.
DR. SMITH J. MANN
'Physician & Surgeon
Office in Fabler BuiUina. Hams, 9 lo kZ i m;
I to 5 p. pi.
i . BANDON, OHEGON
DR. L. P. SORENSOM .
O(fco ova Vicnaso Cala. TtJerhans 4
' and reudmt,
G. T. TREADGOLD
Attorney mid Counselor
Office with Bandon Inrrstrntal Company. '
DR. R. V.-LEEP .
Physician & Surgeon '
Offten Rasraussen Bui'din, .
DI?. ARTHUR 'GALIi '
Qffice over Orange Plutmv. OTtat rhat,
0 iei r -.1 ici
DR. Sf C.o ENDICOW . ,
Office Phone 7 1 ; Res. Phone 312
o BANDDN, OREGON
DR. H. B. MOORE
Office Howi: 9:30 lo 12 and 2 to 5.
Office in Timmoni Block. BANDON, ORE
Use electric appliances for the household
wotk and you will have .time for other
things. "Let lis demonstrate therii to you
TffJS HAKtWESS MAN .
new supply df suit
esses,, trunks, shopping
bag robes, etc.,, etc.
Highest Market Price Paid
CENTRAL FEED COMPANY
We want you
Far our customer not jut today, but tomor-f
row and for all time to come, if
. Courteous Treatment
and prompt delivery
is what you want
WE HAVE YOU
, TiarfpTiVo Berth Outside Statn Rooms with Running Wnler
Eight Day Service Between the Coquille River and
First Class Passenger Fare, $7.50
Freight Rates, $3 on Up Freight
Reservations; Fuhrman' Pharmacy, Coquille; Perkina', Myrtle Point
E. 6t E. T. Kruse, owners and managers, 24 California St., San Francisco.
J. E. Walstrom, Agent, Bandon.
0 on the Bank of Bandon for
the amount of your hills and
noe how much more your
creditors will respect you.
They at once class you as a
mail who 'does husiness in a
business way. Have an ac-
count at the bank" and your
crecfit "will be better, 9 your
money safer. Don't think
.you Jiave Jo "start 1. Small
accounts are as acceptable as
small oiies. ' 0
A. E. While
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