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IN FOUR SENSATIONAL REELS
"Dollars - - Pounds - - Sense"
Pianos for rent at Bandon
W. P. Murphy of Marshfield was
a Bandon visitor yesterday.
Try tho Unique for a Rood square
meal and sweet bread.
rrnnt. nnd rutr weaving, aply to
Mrs. J. L. Foster, Bandon.
W. S. Morton of North Bend was
in Bandon yesterday.
Go to Mitchell's furniture store
on tho hill for anything you want in
finrlinr. Sr.. of Bandon is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Chcov
er of Langlois. Langlois Leader.
Lenses duplicated by Dr. R. A.
Wahlen, eye specialist; office next
door to telephone oficc.
T. P. Hughes of Sixes River was
in Bandon Saturday loking after
New orders of bicycle repairs of
all kinds constantly arriving. Will
take prdurs for bicycles of any kind.
S. D. Barrows.
For rent Large house and bnrn
House modern; close in; will rent
(separately or together. Also modern
five room house on Pacific avenue
G. B. Zeck.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. White of Port
Orford were in Bandon yesterday
doing some shopping and looking af
ter business nffairs.
When socallcd watchmakers fail
to mako your watch run right bring
it to H. E. Morton, expert watchmak
ing who never does fail. Next door
to telephone office.
J. E. McKervall and R. W. Wal
ker, of Lakeport, were in Bandon
Saturday looking after business af
fairs. I can paint your signs for you for
one-half tho price usually charged by
the sign painters and guarantee the
work. Your price is my price.
Strowbridge, the locnl sign painter.
Miss Anderson of Marshfield visit-
ed a few days witk Mrs. L. P. Soren
Kon and attended the dance at the
Wigwam Saturday nictaoi ctaoin eta
Wigwam Friday night.
Earl Wilts, who has ben visiting
his parents in San Francisco for a
few weeks, returned on the Bandon
and has taken up his work in the
Boyle jewelry store again.
C. Keisling a Standard Oil man
from San Francisco, is in tho city
today with C. Wl Montgomery,
looking over the ground for the es
tablishment of n new oil warehouse
Tho Woman's Homo Mission Soci
ety of the M. E. Church South will
serve dinner in tho I. 0. 0. F. Hall
Saturday, February 14. Dinner will
be served from 11 a. m. to 2 p. in.
All are cordially invited. 12t2.
To trade for Bandon property, 40
acres good bench land, 2 miles from
Fish Trap landing. Small house and
barn, somo fruit and berries, a fine
place for chickens. Will include a
span of horses and cow if wanted.
Address Frank Burkholdcr, Coquillc,
Moss Avcrill arrived from Gold
Bench Friday evening and visited
ovol Sunday at tho D. M. Avcri
homo of I). M. Avcrill, nnd was also
looking after somo business affairs
wlillo hcrg. Moss has many Ban
don frk'iids, who arc always glad to
see him. '
j LOCAL MP
Now ihowing exclusive
licensed films. 28 reels
- Thursday, Feb. 12
10c and 5c
Experienced nurse Mrs. II.
Jones. Leave card at P. O.
C. C. Carter of Myrtle Point was
in Bandon Monday on business
Trade your old furniture for new
at Mitchell's furniture store. Phone
Idaho ranch or city property to
exchange for property in Coos coun
ty. Dipple & Wolverton.
Everything for the home at the
Bandon Furniture Co. See our
Mis Ethel Dyer had the misfor
tune to get her hand mashed Friday
by a window falling on it.
For sale Thorough-bred B. Min
orca cockerels, cheap if taken at once
Adress box G02.
The Bandon Furniture Co. has the
latest designs in furniture. Sec their
Henry Olsen, who left here a short
time ago for Portland, has secured
a position with tho Northern Pac
When in need of an abstract of 'ti
tle to your property, see Dipple &
Experienced cook and wife would
like position in camp. Address Box
Anyone wishing home made pies
or cakes, phone the Wigwam or seo
Mrs. E. Lcwin.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Johnson ofBnn
don ,wcro the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
0. P. Hagonson Tuesday for dinner.
Make your wife a present of one
of those easy rocking chairs for salo
at Mitchell's furniture store.
For Rent Tho Episcopal church
newly painted, papered and repair
ed. See G. T. Trcadgold. 12tf.
For salts On corner of Filmore
and Third streets, groceries at living
prices. Call and see A. II. Sparks.
For Sale Ono yearling and one
two-year-old colt and one mare. In
quire of Pete Anderson. 12t8x
Wo have several clients looking to
Coos County for dairy farms. If
you havo one to sell list it with Dip
ple nnd Wolverton at once.
Thursday is Lincoln's birthday and
a legal holiday, consequently both
of Bandon's banks will remain clos
ed nil day on that date.
Wanted To exchange Portland
property as part payment on a good
doiry farm, stocked. Diplo & Wof
verton. Geho Osborne returned on tho Eli
zabeth from San Francisco, bring
ing a span of horses with him for
uso on his ranch.
C. F. Pape, who has been on the
sick list for some tmc, is able to bo
about again and will be down to bus
iness in good earnest in a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cattcrlin
came over from Marshfield Monday
to visit friends, nnd incidentally Mr.
Catterlin was calling on his custom
ers. Miss Jessie Mott returned on the
Elizabeth from San Francisco
where she had been laying in a stock
and getting the new styles in millin
Wm. Candlin came down from Co-
quillo Sunday evening nnd went on
down tho coast Monday morning. Ho
will mako Langlois, Port Oiifogl and
Gold Beach before he returns.
Notice of Apportionment of Cost of
the Improvement of Fourth Street
Notice is hereby given: That tho
cost of the improvement of Fourth
Rtroot Wot from the West line of
Edison Avenue westerly to tho inter
sort inn nf said Fourth Street West
with Ocean Drive in the City of Ban
don. Orciron. . has been apportioned
and is now on file in the office of
the City Recorder and there subject
n nvnminntinn. the whole COSt of
said improvement is $2,093.84 and is
apportioned and assessed to Local
Improvement District No. 8 of
Fourth Street West which district
embraces all of the property on eith
er side of said street and .abutting
thereon between the West line of
Edison Avenue and the intersection
of Fourth Street West with Ocean
Drive from the marginal line of said
Fourth Street West back to the cen
ter of the blocks abutting thereon.
Any .objections to said apportion
ment' must be filed in writing with
the City Recorder within 10 days
from the date of the last publication
of this notice which last dato is Feb
ruary 24, 1914, that the same may be
heard by the Common Council who
will meet as a board of equalization
on Wednesday, the ljth, day of Mar.
1914, at the City Hall at the; hour of
8 o'clock P. M. of said day to hear
and equalize the assessment roll of
tho improvement of Fourth Street
West and before the passage of an
Ordinance assessing the cost of
Dated Feb. 10, 1914.
E. B. KAUSRUD,
J City .Recorder.
Notice of Apportionment of the Cost
of the Improvement of Ocean Drive
City of Bandon.
Notico is hereby given: That the
cost of the improvement of Ocean
Drive in the City of Bandon, Coos
County, Oregon, has been apportion
ed and is now on file in the ofllco of
the City Recorder of said City and
there subject to examination, the
whole cost of said improvement is
$2,774.72 and is apportioned and as
sessed to Local Improvement District
No. 9 of Ocean Drive which district
embraces all of the property on
cither side of said Ocean Drive and
abutting thereon between the inter
section of Ocean, Drive with Fourth
Street West to the West line of Jack
son Avenue from the marginal line.
of said street back to the center of
the blocks abutting thereon. Any
objections to said apportionment
:must be filed in writing With the City
Recorder within 10 days from the
date of the last publication of this no
tice which Inst publication is on Feb
ruary 24th, 1914, that tho same may
be heard by the Common Council,
who will meet as a board of equali
zation on Wednesday tho 11th day
of March, 1914, at the City Hall in,
said city at the hour of 8 o'clock P.
"M. of said day to hear and equalize
the assessment rolj of Ocean Drive
improvement beforo the passage of
an Ordinance assessing the cost of
Dated Feb. 10, 1914, '
E. B. KAUSRUD.
Notice of Apportionment of
Cost of Seventh Street West
Notice ii hereby given that,lhe coil of ihe im
prouvemhnt of Seventh Street West in Wt
Bandon to Bandon, Coos County, Oregon, hat
been apportioned and ii now on Ale in the office
of the City Recorder of uid city and there sub."
ject to examination, the whole cod of uid 'im
provement it 458,70 and it apportioned and
assessed to Local Improvement District No 14 of
Seventh Street West which district embraces
all of the property on either tide of said street
and abutting thereon between the east line of
jackton Avenue and the west line of Jackson
Avenue from the marginal line of said Seventh
Street West back to the center of the blocks
abutting theron. Any objections to said appor
tionment if any exist must be filed in writing with
the City Recorder within 10 days from the date
of the last publication of this notice which date
is February 10, 1914 that the same may be
heard by the Common Council who will meet
at a board of equalization to hear the assess
ment toll of Seventh Street West on Friday,
February 20, 1914 at the hour of 8 o'clock p.
m. before the passage of an ordinance assessing
the cjst of said (improvement.
Uated Jan. ib, I VI 4
E. B, fCausrud.
Notice of Administration
NOYlCB IS HKREHV GIVKN. That
by order of the County Court of the state
of Oregon, in and for the county nf Coos,
KLBKRT DVKR, was on the 18th day of
DeceniDcr, 1913, duly appointed ailininit
trator of the estate of James A. Cope, de
ceased' and that letter" of administration
were issued to him on January 5th. 1914.
and that he is now qualified ami actinc.
THEREFORE all persona having claims
against the said estate, are hereby notified
to present the same vvtth the proper vouch
ers, to the said administrator at the office of
Geo. P. Topping, in the city of ltamlon,
Coos county. Oregon, itlitn six (() months
frojji 'the 1 3 tli day of February, 19W, the
date of final publication of this notice.
Administrator of the estate of
w James A. 'Cope, deceased
.Cii.o. I. Tot'i'iNO
e Attorney for hsutc
rirst pub. Ian. 16, o
HANDON LODC.F No tin a f a. a
l ', .Suto communications first Saturday
after the full moon of each month. Special
to. uraumcauons second Saturday thereafter,
All tftsl ft
mi itiuicr masons cordially invited.
. C. R. Moor W.M
mil rcarson, Secretary
IlCCIDENTAL CHAPTFR M je. o
E. S., meets Saturday evening before and
coram uucanon 01 Masonic iodce
v..:.: i j ii . .....
uluUg mcuiucn coraiauy invitea to attend.
L. Kate Ro, W. M
Kosa Bingaman. Secretary.
1. O. O.F
OANDON LODGE. No. 133. 1. O. O. F.
, , every Wednesday evening. Visiting
... gwt, Mauuiuy coiuuuiy invuea.
S. E. Hines, N. G.
Logan Kay, Sec.
Knlrhta of Prthtaa
TJELPHJ LODGE. No. 64. Knighu ol
Pythias. Meett every Monday evening
at Knights hall. Visiting knights - invited to
aucnu. u. K. McNair, C. C.
B. N. Harrington K. of R. S.
Loyal Order of Mooae
Meets Thursday evenings in I. O. O. F.
Hall. Transient Moose cordially invited.
Something doing every Thursday.
CEAN REBEKAH 1 ODGE. No. 126
v I. O. O.F.. meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday at
1 O. O. F. Hall. Transcient members cordially
invited. Lena Davidson, N. G
Minerva Lewtn, Secretary.
, w. o. w.
-;Wilh Charity Towards AH"
SEASIDE CAMP NO. 212. W. O. W
meets Tuesdays, K. P. hall, 8 p. m. Visitors
are assured a' hot welcome.
. By order ol W. A. KELLER. C. C
C M. GAGE, Clerk.
THOMAS F. HAGGERTY
Over McNair's Hardware Store
C. R. WADE
DRg.H. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Office over Drug Stare. Hours, 9 to" 12 a. m;
10U to 4 p. m; 7 to o in the evening.
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Panter Building. Hours, 9. to 1 2 a. m;
I to 5 p. m.
DR. L. P. SORENSON
Office over Vienna Cafe. Telephone at office
G. T. TREADGOLD
Attorney and Counselor
Office with Bandon Investment Company
, BANDON, OREGON
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Rasmussen Buildinp.
DR. ARTHUR GALE
Physician & Surgeon
Office over Orange Pharmacy. Office phone,
352. Residence phone, 353.
DR. S. "C. ENDICOTT
! ' tit '
Office Phone. 7 1:" Ret. Phone 312;
DR. I. L. SCOFllELD
Will occupy offices over Bandon Dry
Goods Co. store after Jan. 1$, 1914.41
Consulting Engineer and
Architect ' 0
Offrc- la Thrift BMf.
Stands for Reliability. When you
buy any of the Pensular Remedies
you are sure of getting the best.
If You Have a Cold Use
Pensular Childrens Cough Syrup
Pensular. Cherry Cough Syrup
Pensular White Pine & Spruce Balsam
Pensular Laxative Cold Breaker
To Remove Tan
au axcuiuve tan
and keep the skin smooth there is nothing like pen
sular Cucumber and Almond Cream and Pensular j
Buttermilk Cerate. " ( j
Can Be Bought At
The Bandon Drug Company
"The Pensular Store" Only
Rates $1.00 to $2.00 per day.
Special rates by week or month
Sample room in connection
Got Any Time To
Use electric appliances for the household
work and yo"u will have time for other
things. Let us demonstrate them to you
BANDON POWER COMPANY
Automobile and Machine
Bring your work to the Garage and Machine
Shop. Everything done with neatness and
dispatch. Agent for Buick Automobiles.
M. D. SHERRARD, Bandon, Ore.
W. E. 8TEINOFF
THE HARNESS MAN
A new supply of suit
cases, trunks, shopping
bags, robes, etc.," etc.
$2.25 per load delivered on
the hill. $2.50 on Ocean
Drive. Jackson avenue and
' outside the city limits.
Geo. B. Morgan, Phone 1173
FRED L. LEEPER
If you are'Viming to build let
me figure with you. Plans
aji d -estimates furnished
P, O. BOX 903, BANDON
Mrs. Guy Dipple
MRS. W. W. WOLFE
ttUit pub. Feb, 1).
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