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Semi-Weekly Bandon Recorder, November 21; 1913
are made both giver
and recipient want
it to give satisfaction.
The giver should
therefore use dis
cretion in buying
only the "Quality"
.kind and one is saf
est in buying of a
firm' that sells this
kind of goods only.
We liave ahvayj endeavored
to cll nothing but the de
pendable kind of merchandise
and our silverware is known
for its wearing qualities,
We personally stand back
of all goods We sell and we
also engrave them most artis
tically. These facts are known
to our patrons and they open-
y expres their satisfaction
when receiving tjifu bought
of S.mro's, thus assuring the
giver that the gift is particular
ly apprcciattd. People who .
luvr ever rccvivfcl our goods
know they ate good, and those
who rceive them in thi
future will be ptrfoctty satis
fied and t will you if
buf, from you
Ffearaj 751 ' J&amfem, Qjeo.
hi mm mmmmimmammm
Cafpe and rii wearing, -apply to
J. L. Foster, Bandon,
. Remembsr, sieatri hc$ at die
Gfataf every night, always cozy.
Tvfl&e your oM hiroitufe for new
Mitchell's Furniture store
. Pttofi in, . oott
AnycKw wishing home made pics
.or cakes phone the Wigwam or sec
Mnu E. LeVin. . 75tf
. ,-A Hero Among Menr" a special
two feci drama that is surely a Rood
. oa. Grand Saturday nigttt, Nov. 32
Wteu Position, as cook in
cai&p by man avKt wife. Can give
reference. Apply aVthis office. t2x
Shooting nwtcti November 22nd
et N. P. Clausens, on FourmHe,
datke' at night. A cardial invitation
te eateuded to M. ' 8815
For Rent All up stairs over
Elite rertanraot; with or without
furitire. Wilt sell furniture cheap,
housekeeping rooms partly furnished
will rent cheap. L. N. Gtftfory,
Jiatidoa, Ore. ' ortax
Mfa. II. F.' Merrisan who' under
&vdi a sciriolM operation at lmer
gewcy Hospital recefttlji and was
getting along so fuie, fowl a relapse
a frw days ago' and was in avery
critical condition until yesterday
when there were signs of improve
, nwufct and she appears, considerable
Stee our picture progfams'Satur
Aay .and Sunday nights, Grand
Thoatrc, no advance in" price, '10.5c
RIGHT NOW is the
time to begin sav- '
ing. Today is the day
. to resolfe to. pay your
self some, amount from 0
your pay envelope
each rime you, receive
'it. Start a saving ao
count with this safe,
strong bank. Begin
with a dollar or any
amount you can spare.
That is the way to gt
ahead to make a start
for yourself in life.
FIRST NAT'L BANK
Open during Noon Hour and Satur
Notice to Contractors.
Notice is hereby given that scaled bids
will be received by the Coininoli Council
of the City of ll.iudon, Oregon, until
7 :3U. o'clock, p. in. Wednesday the 3rd day
of Dcccmhur IV 1 3 for the. improvement of
First Street East n that portion from the
East line ot Chicago A.'iuic to the West
line of Fillmore Avwuie in the City of Han
don, Oregon, according to the plans and
specifications on file in the office of the
City Recorder and there open to the in
spection of all persons interested therein k
All bids must.be in accordance with the
requirements accompanying said, specihva-
tions, ;iml upon blanks for that purpose
. -ii 1. .a ' . . .1
which win ii- supplied upon request at tne
olfice of the Ciy Recorder. A t ertilicd
fheck of five per rent of the amount of bid
must accompany the bid to bu forfeited to
City of llandoii in ca&n the contract is award
ed the contractor and he fails to enter into
a contract with the .sjiJ City within five
davs from date contract is awarded.
The Common Council reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
Dated at ltandon, Oregoir, this 2 1 it day
of Nov. 1913. I'ubl. authorized by. Or
E. B. KA-USRUD, .
First Publ. Nov. '22, 1913
2nd. I'ubl. Nov. 28, 1913
. 3rd. I'ubl Dec. 2, 1913 ' .
-Notice to Contractors.
Notice is hereby given that, sealed bids
will be received by the Common CounrH
of the City of Hnmlon, Oregon, until half
pflst seven o'clock p. in. Wednesday the
3rd. day of December, 1913, for the im
provement of Second Street East from the
east line of.Grjnd A.veiive to the'west line
of Jime Avenue anil from the cast line of
June Avenue to the west line of Michigan
Avenue in the City of li.nulon, Orego, ac
cording to the plans :(nd specification on
file in the office' of the City Recorder and
there -open to the inspection of all persons
ntrested therein. ,
- All bills iuust.be in accordance - with the
requirements accompanying said urcifica
tions and upon blanks for that purpose
which will be supplied upon request at the
the office of the City Recorder.
A certified check of five per tent oT the
amount bid must accompany ific bid to be
forfeited to the City of Kindon in rase (lie
contract is awarded the nmtractor and- he
fails to cuter into. a contract with said city
within five days fftim date said contract is
awacdod. . '
The Common Council reserves the right
to reject any ami all bids.
Dated at lkindou, Oregon, 'this 21st.-day
of November, 1913. ,
I'uhlic.tfioit aflthorired by Ordinance No.'
, E..II. Kausrud,
1st. 'Publication Nov. 21, l'13.
2nd. Publication Nov, 28, 1913, o
3rd. hibiicaton Dec. 2, 1913.
Flagged Train Witk SUirt.
" Tearinn a shirt from his back an
Ohio man flagged a train and saved
it from a wreck, but II. T. t Alston,
Raleigh, N. C, once prevented a
wreck with Electric J5itters. "I wss
in a terrible plight when I Ugan to
use them," ho unites, "my stomach,
hvnd, back and" kidneys were all
badlo affected and my liver was in
bad condition, byt four bottles of
Electric HilfersPmade ttfc feel like a
new man." A trial wUI convince
you of their matchless merb for any
stomach, liver or kidney tiouble.
Price 50 cents at ny druggists. o
ml w M
Tryout for Debate.
The trvout for Jhe locc"' debating'
t Sims for the Coos county debate
are beinjj held .it the, hih school
this .iltcrnnon. t
Those in the tryyut art-t Slell '
Snields, Penrt Craitie, Dick Grain,
Jack Ktont'iiborn Lucilu Mason and
James J. Mill, the F.uipire liailioad
Builder, has announced thai nt; w ill
build two if the fastest vessels llyinj;
the American flat; and the linest
crafts in the woild ent;:it'(l in the
coast wise pnsener trntric, lo ply
beiVeen Astoria and San Kr.inetsco.
The ships will be as modem as
science can make them, and will
cost $?,oo,ooo each.. The will
make the run in 2, or 2s hours,
which, is two or three homsless than
matjejjy the ttstest trains between
Portland iinri Sau Krnncisco The
sisler ships will can y '850 pavV'Pfcrn
and will be oil the run by Jan. t, 1915
' ' .
Mrs J...A. Fntilds is at Coquillc
this week'whett! she is officially in
spcelinn the Cocjuillc Women's Re
lief. Corps as special inspector ap
point erf Iw the department She
will visit friends in Cocptille n few
thiys befo're rcttirninp; home.
W. B. Sttowtfide.
1 la's taken the agency for the
latest imj)royed lilectric Ma-sae
Machine very powerful and small
enough to carry in the coat pocket
always ready for instant use, It
relieve rheumatism, kdney jroublc,
lum'bajo, pleurisy jn one application.
A relief for all "ailments caused by
impeded or imperfect circluation
The machine is .compact and
car.rics its 'own powe'r. ' Don't suffer
any longer when you car buy one
of these, machines n't 'a very small
cost, call at 'my office opposite
Garouttc. Uros. livery barn on Wall
Street and see the wonderJul ma
chine and get a free book on elec
tricity and disfises. . if
Gee, What a Bargain!
'.40 acres, 18 slashed and seeded,
5 frres 'n oay, "a good garden, n
we'l, 2 springs, house furnished,
barn full of hay, farming implements
a stump puller, 18 'chickens, young
team, harness, spring wagon. jjsSoo.
. New six room house, hvm, , lols
50x100 each, bciri-s and garden.
Launch, length 39 ft. 6 mi., 45
horse-power-inoter, speed i.j milt's,
25 passenger. $700.00.
And'other bargains at. the
After November 30th mill
wood, will be 2.25 i loud,
t'ay the driver on -delivery,
and get 25 cents, tliscount.
Get?. D. Morgan, Phone 1173
Valued ?kt .$150.00 Will '
' .be.ouf Oiristfiaa ptv&
. ent to . our castomers, '
One ticket giveti wifcfo
every $1.00 prwrchase, .
FREE, from November .
20th to Decembeir 3Isii
Call onU8 fob.
MRS. W. W. WOLFE
' INSTRUCTOR Of
Mrs. Guy Dipp!e
. Benjamin Osilind
Consulting Engineer antl.
Office m Tkfift t)ida.
American' Plan, $1.00
.and $1.50.- per 'day.
European Plan, rooms
''50c, 75c 6c SI per day
E. -G. CASSIDY, Proprietor
R. M. EoWcv, Prop.
ALL KINDS OF .
HAULING DONE '
BANDON. :: :: - OREGON
ormroar cm -c
Ladies and Children's Coats
To be closed out
CI IP 1
and make your selections
y Goods Co
Equipped Villi Wireless .' ' '
S. S. BREAKWATER
' ' ALWAYS "ON TIM'E
ftom Portland Every TlieWay at 8 P. M.
From Coos Bay Every. Saturday at'Ser- .
' vice of the Tide.
Coolwm S!ltnt TKrough M. F. SHOEMAKER, Ant ll.ndon
Phone 142 ' . ..
Rates $1.00 to $2.00 per day.
Special rates by week or mont h
Sample . room in connection
Got Any Time To
Use electric appliances for the household
work and you will have time for other
things. Let us demonstrate-them to you
BANDON POWER COMPANY
DO YOU. . .
.'USE VOUR.TliLRIIONJi.TO ADVANTAGE
If is Micaper lo tallc tlan to travel. Wo . have toll
siafions in Coos'atuf Curry counties and conuect with
. ' the tk'll system at JtosehurK.
COOS BAY HpME TELEPHONE CO.
. ' Fire Insurance
' Notary Public
. . . Rentals
I 'll havo a flood buy in mud flat lot on First Street
Al8o p$l corner in Azalea Park
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