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Semi-Weekly Bandoa Recorder, December 19, 1913
Boyle Jewelry Co.
offer their customers for Xmas
gifts the following:
Sautoir Neck Chains
Many other new and up-to-date
pieces of jewelry can also be found
Prices as low as or lower than merchandise of
similar quality can be purchased for in any
DEPENDABLE STORE. These featutes, we
think constitute a just and fair title to your patronage.
Our Xmas Gift to our customers is two fine Diamond
Rings one $100.00 and one $50.00 Ring.
Call on us for particulars .
Everard H. oyle, Manager
Special music at the Grand Sun
Earl Watkins returned home from
Portland for the holidays.
J. M. Long formerly of the Two
mile country has moved to Lampa.
Harry Crain will not return home
from Eugene for the holidays but
will go to Porrland wliere he will
visit with his sister.
I can paint your signs for you for
one half the price usually charged
by the sign painters and guarantee
the work, your price is my price.
Strowbridge the local sign painter.
M. E. Treadgofd loll on the last
Breakwater for his home at The
Dalles, where he intends staying
about two weeks. He is raking a
number of booklets on Bandon to
distribute at home and neighboring
H. B. Scott and wife have gone
to Marshfield ttj spend the Christmas
holidays, Mr. Scott is in the pat
tern making business, having located
in Bandon about six months ago and
is working up a fine business.
A. D. Mills is circulating a peti
tion for money to repair the big Co
quille Valley advertising sign which
was wrecked recently at Coos Bay
by the winds and high tides. Every
body ought to help with this pro
position as it is a yery necessary
than an account
opened in his
name at this strong
bank. It will
teach - him thrift'
and start Jiim on
the road to inde
pendence. FIRST NAT'L BANK
Open during" Noon Hour ild Satur
Dickens Vest Chains
om Poor cmco.
Phona Nd. 514
Look and Read.
Last week 'I told you about
having for sale 8o of the finest resi
dent lots at the price in the city of
Bandon. Today I want to tell you
that you hive less to select from but
just as good a chance to get in on
the lower floor of a good buy at the
same price, .$75.00 and $100.00 each
with $25.00 additional for corner
lots, $10.00 down and the balance
in monthly pay nents of $5.00 each
until paid. This is the Corson Ad
dition, and is situated -south of West
Bandon. Come iii and I will walk
out with you you will never
I am still offering business lots
Irom $400.00 to $850.00 each, ten
per cent down and five per cent per
month until paid.
You can hear e,very day people say
I. could have bought this or that lot
a year or two ago for such and such
price, and you are going to hear the
same thing a year or two from now.
Are you going to be one of them? .
5, and 8 acre (racts at $30.00 per
acre left, one hours walk from Pest
If you had $1,000.00 to loan
would you loan it to a party or par
ties that was not financially respon
sible? How about your fire insur
anse? Is the company you are in
sured in responsible? In case of
fire you have their note for the
amount 6f yoursnsuraiice. On Jan,
1st 1913 the Hartford insurance Co.
had $26,492,318.21 total assets.
Think it over
If you want (ire insurance or land
see the Pioneer I-and Merchant ol
Bandon, Oregon, E. E. OAKES.
Special Features at the Grand
"The Unseen Hand" an absorb,
ing two reel Cines drama acted by
their all star company. This feature
and two good single reel subjects
by the Biograph and Kalem Com
panies will be shown Saturday night
December 20th. o
"Shipwracked," a powerful dra
matic feature in two regis by Kalem
will be shown Sunday night also tht
Pathe Weekly, and a good Edison
comedy. Special music bv the
Grand orchestra. Remember we
showjlie exclusive licensed program.
O&ing to the delaji, of our0 ship
ment ove are going to sell at cosi
when the Tillamook arrives. 0 Rlor
toifiS: Whaled, tho Jewelers,- lext
Sborjto telephoneoffice. 9912
Interesting Information Con
cerning the Next Worlds
San I'ranciscn, Dec. 19. Sever
al hundred masts are being .wide
and shipped irom lumber mills in
the State of Washington for the
f'anama-Pacific International Ex
position, 1 hey are of tir, some ol
them 125 feet high, and they will
be placed around the grounds and
buildings, to fly the decorative flags,
standards and pennants that will be.
parts of the general color and de
coration scheme ol the exposition.
The price of a single admission to
the Panama-Pacific International Ex
position in 1915 will be 50 cents for
persons more than 12 years of age;
25 cents for thdse between 5 and 12,
and children less lhan 5 years old
will be admitted free if accompanied
by an adult.
ThiitV-one foreign countries have
announced their intention to partici
pate officially in the Panama-Pacific
International Exposition. They are
Argentine, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada,
Chili, China, Costa ' Rica, Cuba,"
Denmark, Dominican Republic,
Ecuador, France, Guatemalar Hayti,
Hollarid, Honduras, Italy, Japan,
Liberia, Mexico, New Zealand,
Nicaragua, Panama, Persia, Peru,
Portugal. Salvador, Spain, Sweden,
The great Palace of Machinery,
the largest wooden building . in the
world, covering eight acres,1 is 93
per cent completed. Nearly all the
covering, irt imitation of Travertine
marble, is in place and the instal
lation of the sculptural decorations
has been. commenced.
A distinctive phase of the. Pana
ma Pacific International Exposition
that will set it apart from former
great world's expositions will be its
illumination. At night the exposi
tion will be as bright and as lumi
nous as if by day, the salient feature
of the lighting is that there will be
no dark shadows. Outline or sil
houette lighting employed at other
world's expositions will not be utili
zed, but thiough indirect orr.efiect.ed
lights all the details of the statuary
and of the facades ol .the courts will
appear with daylight value. In the
lagoons perfect reflections of whole
buildings will be seen. A spectacu
lar leature of the' illumination will
arise from batteries of searchlightfi
moored in the harbor. Cut glass
prisms set in tie recesses of the
towers and adorning, the figures to
surmount the colonnades encircling
the Court of the Sun and Stars will
reflect the shafts of masked batteries
of searchlights set upon the roofs of
the exhibit palaces
Twenty states have published re-porls-ol
their wood.using industries,
A good grade of excelsior js being
made from fire-killed Alpine fir and
Engelman spruce in Colorado.
It is predicted that western yellow
pine will furnish an excellent source
of turpentine as the southern pine
While there are five hemlocks in
the United States, only two8 are of
any commercial importance, common
hemlock and western hemlock. Of
these two western hemlock makes
the better lumber.
The Philippine bureau of forestry
uses a launch for service between
islands. The U. S, forost service
employs several, both cm inland
lakes and in salt water? in Alaska
Trunk manufacturers in Colorado
are abandoning the usual basswood
and opttonwood for the trunk box,
and are turning to Engelmann
spruce, which combines Jightness,
strength, ajjd eage ol working. '
"Shipwrecked," a big two reel
special at the Grand Sunday oigbJb
Offers in great variety, really desirable and useful
presents for people of all ages.
All those who did their Christmas Shopping with us
last year, will remember how reasonable our prices were.
THAT'S THE REASON we sold out slick and clean last
season consequently our Xmas goods this year
Are All New - No Leftovers
Our policy Hits year will be the same as last
. New, Upto-Date Merchandise
AT ' -
Very Reasonable Prices
: , ;
Let Us Help You Save on Your Xmas Purchases
The Orange Pharmacy
SANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS
JUVENILE HIGH FINANCE
Give Him Half a Chance and This Chap
Will Own the World.
A pupil ill one of tin well known
boys' schools, being .short of pocket
inoiipy, conceived 11 means of roplon
Isblng hltTfuucls by tin! following plan:
Ho" wrote to Jewelry limine in Now
York, where lie hail nn established
credit, asking that a silver ' cigarette
eiue selling 'tit $-5 be sent to him on
approval. .Upon its receipt lie ur.rangid
a lottery among ids chums at the
school and offered for sale 100 chances
at 2fl cents each. . He sold all the
chances for n total of $12T.
The 'boy who held the successful
number that won the silver case hap
pened to he-one who did -not use cig
arettes, and therefore thft manager of
the affair offered to buy the case for
$5. The winner uccepted the offer, as
he thereby made 11 prollt of $1.75 cash
instead of having an tirtlele of no use
to him, whereas .the promoter of the
deal had fl!0 left.
Tile promoter now returned the. cig
arette case to the Jeweler 'and asked
Unit It lie credited to his account. Tills
helrtg n frequent occurrence, nothing
was thought of tuff return of the ar
ticle. Ily this scheme tiiu potfkoUi of the
young .promoter lyero replenished by
$20, the other boys 4iml enjo-yed their
little game of cjinnce and were per-
4fectly satisfied with the operatfon. and
till) uuhiuchs liousu was uiiewise muis
fled. Yet some people who' have heard
of the transaction uroasklng. "Is. the
young financier open to ijny crlticlsuf
for his methods?" New York Sun.
"Poetic" Effuelon That Draw Tears of
Pathos From tho Sleeper.
Iird Huberts records a remarkable,
dream. In October. 18Ti.'l. his father, to
whom lie was mting -is .ililjle-camp at
Peshawar, India, hml issued invitations
for a dance. Two days before it was
to take place he was silent and de
spondent dining breakfast and efentu
ally told Ids sou that he had had an
unpleasant dream, which had visited
him several times before and had al
ways been followed by the death of
a near relation. As the dfly worn on
his depression grew, and lie wanted to
put off tlio dance. Ills son dissuaded
lilm, but that night the dream return
ed, and tho dance was then postponed.
"Tho next morning the post brought
news oP the sudden death of the half
sister at0Lahore witli whom I had
stayed on my way to Peshawar,"
Many people lmvo dreamed poetry
In their sleep, tho J.ondon Chronicle
tells of one man who awoke from a
dream with the tears streaming djwn
Ida face at the pathos of the following
Walker with three eyes,
WalKer with two.
Something to think of,
Something to do. 0
But the 4Ut ot. absurdity in this
carious art ws achieved by tho worn
an who composed a wholes epic in her
sleep. On awaking she found that she
could remember onlj tho concluding
P Admiral Klnkums and his seven daugh
Hung-Jn a barj guspendede'-er the waters.
repys on May Dew.
fn Popys'- time Mti.v dew- that is,
dew gathered from the grnss on a May
morning, and especially nn the morn
ing of May day- was highly prized for
bleaching linen and Improving the
complexion. I'epys wrote In Kid"? "My
wife nway down with .Tune and V.
I lower to" Woolwich in order to He
(here tonight and so to gather May dew
tomorrow morning, which Mrs. Turner
hath taught her fs the puly thing ill
the world'to wash her face with", and 1
lun contented with It." Two years later
he 'made tills entry in his diary:
"Troubled, about .'1 In thi morning,
with m'y wife's calling he." maid up
aild, rising herself, to go witli her
roach abroad to gather May dew, .which
she did,, and I troublid for It for fear
of aiiy hurt going abroad so betimes
happening to her. but 1 to sleep again.
She came home about ."
Wli.at Ailed Him.
"TheyMell me you've lost your hired
"Yep. best farm hand I ever had."
'Sho'! Wlr.it wuz the matter?"
. ' 'Wot bin', .((din's a (eriiiau. you
know, and these here Hermans hev
what they call the wanderlust. It's
somc'thln' tliet'keeos 'em inovln' from
one place to t'other and don't let 'em
flaX long anywheres." . .,
"That's jiwi-r, ain't It? LIow long
hall John been with you?"
"Only eleven j'euin." 'Cleveland
What Changed Him.
, Mistress (Hurting visitor In tho kitch
en) Who Is this, Mary? M;iry (con
fused) My brother, 11 1111. . Mistress
(Husplcloilsly)--You'ro not much alike.
Mafy (stammering apologetically) Wo
were, m'm, but he's just had his beard
shaved oil', and that makes him look
different' -Philadelphia Ledger.
"What's tho mutter with thin eleva
tor?" uSked the nervous man. "Yon
keep trying to run It tbrougtr tho roof."
"You'll have to exertso me," replied
tho operator. "I'm not used touio of
these little twenty story buildings."
Washington Star. 0
Gloating Over the Victim.
"Your teeth are In pretty bad condi
tion." "They must be." sighed tho patient
"You look so happy." Judge.
Ho is half done who has made 11
pood beginning. Old .Saying.
3 A. D.
o Fire Insurance
0 o Notary Public
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E- - -" 1 fo w w v- iiiuu inn iui u 1 1 1 irai .jiruri
A&o best corneb irt Azajcn Puri.:
To Save Life First
duty is to see that- in case-t
lire your loved ones are. nc
made homeless and pennile.-s
Order a fire insurance polk
from us .today. Kvery day'
delay means die risk of see
injj your family without .
home or the means of fjettin'
Donald Alac Ki n tosh'
fif YOU ARE k
had better slop at once or you
air job. Kvery line of li whh i
1 .. g its doors to " Drinking ' 111c
It in -ly lie your turn next. Ily the ail
of OitltlNK thousands of melt ha c 1
restored to lives of Bcibncty unit uwllist I
r arn so Mire that OitltlNK will ben
fit y.ai that t5 say to you thai if ul't
) tiM you fail to get :ftiy benefit fro n
ts 1 e, your money uill bo refunded
W'.cn 3011 stop " Drinking," think
(lie money you'll save; besides, sob,
nii'if are worth more to thiyr employer
mid 'i't hic.her nnges.
(V Is only $1(10 a hnx. DVe liavo an
1 ,ld si k l,.p,.l I nhoiit OlililM' tl,
' n .n free on n piest C li
in it nvi '