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SPECIAL 2 REEL FEATURE
"His Best Friend"
. Her Wedding Bell
2 Biograph Comedy
SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH 7th
This Program is Worth Your While
ADMISSION 15'c and 10c
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! LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS !
Pianos for rent at Bandon Druj
Carpet anil tuk wcavlnpr. nply ti
Mrs. J. L. Foster, Random
D. A. MacLeod was over from Coo
Early seed potatoes for sale at J
B. Marshall's. 14tf.
If. E. Shelley was a visitor fron
Dress making by the day or a
home. Terms reasonable. Thorn
A. E. Sleep of Coquille was ii
Bandon Wednesday looking nflc
Go to Mitchell's furniture stor.
on tho hill for anything you want r
Joseph Hansen of Marshficld wa
doing business in Bandon Wednef
Anyono wishing home made pic
or cakes, phone tho Wigwam, or se
Mrs. E. Lowin. "' '" ".
F. L. Grcenough wns a busines
visitor at Coos Bay, Wednesday an,'
Make your wife a present of on
of those easy rocking chairs for sal
at Mitchell's furniture store.
L. J. Carey of' Coquille came dow
to Bandon Tuesday to call on friend
and look after business affairs.
New orders of bicyclo repairs o'
all kinds constantly arriving. Wii
take orders for bicycles of any kinc'
S. D. Barrows.
I can paint your signs for you fo
one-half tho price usually charged l:
tho sign painters and gunranteo th
work. Your price is my prico.
Strowbridge, tho local sign paintoi
Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard .lohnsto
went over to Coos Bay Wednesday fo;
n few days business and pleasure
H. J, Kaufmnn of the Monitnl
Mining Company, which is install
ing a plant at tho Independence Mir
ing Company's grounds north of town
will leave on tho Speedwell for .
business trip to San Francisco.
Bandon Lodge No. 133 I. O. O. V
hold a very enthusiastic meeting last
Wednesday evening with u largo at
tendance present. Thero was worl
in tho initiatory and third degreo
and a big banquet was served afte
the work was completed.
C. B. Zeck is registering voter
and circulating a petition asking tho
city council to submit tho question
to the voters at tho Juno election of
buying tho Bandon Water Company's
plant. It is very Important that al'
voters register before the election.
:: 1914 ::
Wo vxh'tul an invitation to jjou to
attend our ilispluy oj Fashion's Latest
SATURDAY, MARCH 14th
- aaao - aH - o - aMo - ar
Experienced nurse Mrs. H. K
Jones. Leave card at P. 0.
Try the Uniquo for a good, square
meal and sweet bread. tf.
1014 Spring Millinery at Morri-
Kflll'n $9. KO.
N. M. Newman was down from Co
H. D. Coo of Coos Bay. was. in Ban
Trade your old furniture for ne;
at, Mitchell's furniture store. Phorir
Idaho ranch or city property t
exchange for propdrty in Coos coun
ty. Dippel & Wolverton.
Wiiy sleep on that old hard mat
tress when S. B. Reed will make it
good as new. Phone 024. l'Jt2.
Clark Fensler, .formerly of the Hub
storo at Myrtle I'oint.Jhas accepted
a position in tho Hub store in thta
r. Everything f ft'h jh'omo at tho
Bandon Furniture Co. See our
hn TtntiilrtM Ti,niriitlifrt fi lino ttw.
A number of bargain counters at
Bandon Dry Goods Co. Come In
and look them over. 17tf.
Clarence Tuttlo has accepted a
position in tho Antlers Club, made
vacant by the resignati6n of Clay-
When in need of an abstract of ti
tie to your property, seo Dippel &
Wo hnvo several clients looking tf
Coos County for dairy farms. If
you have one to sell list it with Dip-
pel & Wolverton at once.
Sheriff W. W. Gage came down
from Coquille Wednesday, night and
held n sheriff's sale at Sceley & An
derson's camp Thursday on attach
ment and judgement by a Mr. Hosk
Albert. Merchant, who arrived from
the Merchant ranch, near the old
Randolph beach north of Bandon, last
.veek, says that two of the cattle be
longing to the ranch were killed by
a falling tree during the big storm
of January 25th. Coo Bay News.
Notice to Water Users.
Tho water will bo shut off at
10:00 o'clock Tuesday morning,
March 10th, on Elmira Avenue and
Eleventh Street between Oregon
Avenue and Fillmore Avenue.. Wa
ter users along these streets will take
notice and govern themselves accord
ingly. BANDON WATER CO.
By Geo. P. Laird, Mgr.
F. S. DOW OF
(Special to The Bandon Recorder)
Marshficld, Ore... March 6. F. S.
Dow, one of the best known
business men in Marshfield, commit
ted suicide today by drowning him
self in Coos Bay, hut up to A o'clock
this afternoon the body had not been
Mr. Dow left a note on his desk
stating that he was going to jump in
to the Bay and would weight his
body dawn, further than this there is
nothing known. The cause of Mr,
Dow's act is supposed to have been
Mr. Dow is one of the most wideh
known business men in Coos county
having been in the wholesale and
warehouse business for many years
and has done extensive business with
the merchants of every town in the
county, and was at one time a man of
Farmers Should Protect The Birds
The fact is often overlooked thatour
game birds, animals and game fish
have been and are today the most im
portant factor in tho dcvclopement
of onr state, says a late issue of the
Oregon Sportsman. The rifle has
been almost as important as the ax
and plow. At tho time it was hard
est for the homesteader to make a
living, the wild game was his main
stay. This is even the case today in
some parts of our state. Our game
has a large food value.
The work of the fish and game com
Mission embraces tho protection of
song and insect oatait; bird.s, which
are of economic importance to the
farmer, gardner, orchardist and tim
berman. These song and insect eat
ing birds work more in conjunction
with man than any other creatures
of tho out doors. They police the
air and keep the insect pests in check
Larks, wrens and thrushes search
the ground for grubs and insects;
the food of tho meadow lark con
sists of seventy fivo per cent of in
jurious insects and twelve per cent
of weed seed. Prof. F. E. L. Bcal
showed by the examinations of the
stomachs of tree sparrows that they
ate a quarter of an ounce of weed
seed daily. i In a state the size of
Iowa, tree sparrows alone consumed
more than 800 tons of weed seed an
nually. This, with tho work of other
weed seed eating birds, saves the
farmer a largo amount of labor.. Nu
thatches and chickadees scan every
part of hte trunks and limbs of tho
trees for insect eggs. Harmful beet
les in our great Oregon forests are
yearly destroying a large amount of
timber. These wild birds aro tho only
natural check to prevent this. In a
day's time a chickadee has been
known to cat hundreds of insect eggs
ind worms that rao harmful to trees
and vegetables. Coos Bay News.
Husband I'm nfrnld I'm becoming
crass eyed, my dear. Wife The Idea!
Why do you think that? nushand -
Thls thing of trying to look at my in
come nnd our expenses nt the same
Mine is slowly but surely getting lu
work In. Chicago News.
Table Manners In Old France,
Could wo restore for half an hour the
dinner table of old KTOnco anil obtain
half a dozen liiHtnntiuicoiis photo
graphs f a royal banquet at any era
between the reigns of Francis I. nun
lniiln QiiutiMY.o hik'Ii a "cataract of
laughter" would Im heard lis might
illntiirli the serenity uf ImiU In pnru
Tho iIiicIiium, linr impklii tin I mi
niri'ly round hir iiwlt, would bo bt-eii
mumbling n Ihiimi. niiothur fair ciimi-
turn wuiirliiK her plain with Imr bri'ud,
a ku I lit nt rourlliT ijMlng hi iluubk't or
llio iitbim loili iin u luwul for III flit'
Kir u ml l vii fixiiimui holding u yunl
at duiniifk under u Jid' Willi hIiIIh
lm tuiiiiin imr jwhii'i u u ilrufi Dur
llitf ft fiil nt JtiuhlllMlu Imitflh miik
wHimllm iiUMur I uiJJMifu p
WMMitolli fur III" MiUI vthUih (liu uuiu
fiMUiit ur ImiJ luuiiiuii of Jliii umla
A Few Elk Left. '
A game law was passed by tho Ore
gon legislature, 1872-3, protecting elk
and deer from February 1st to July
1st of each year, and making it un
lawful to kill or destroy any elk or
deer at ayn time for the sole purpose
of obtaining tho horns or hide of tho
same. This law was not enforced in
Coos and Curry counties; in fact no
attempt was made in tho slightest
manner to enforce it Several par
ies of hide peelers operated along
the coast after tho law
and thousands of elks were killed for
tho hides alone. Elk, of course,
would have been nrcttv Well plnnnnil
out by now anyhow, bnt they would
have lasted much longer than they
did if it hadn't been for the hid
hunters, many of whom, previous to
mat time, had been engaged in
slaughtering bufTaloos on the plains.
There are a few elk left in Coos and
Curry counties yet, but notwith
standing the cfTorts of the gamo war
den Bomo are killed every year.
Coos Bay News.
R. C. Train of Coquille was a Ban
don visitor Tuesday afternoon.
For Rent Four furnished house
keeping rooms. Inquire of E. Lowii
For sale Thorough-bred B. Min
orca cockerels, cheap if taken at once
Adross box 602.
For Sale Early seed potatoes of
various varieties. Thomas Ander
For Rent Episcopal church cot
tage, newly painted, papered and re
paired. See G. T. Treadgold. 12tf.
For Rent Small three room house
on Fourth street between Fillmoni
and Grand avenues. F. J. Chatburn.
For Rent A seven room house
complete with bath nnd fireplace, u
new wood shed in connection close
in. Inpuirc of Mrs. S. E. Swift.
Found A bunch of keys. Own
er may have same by calling at thi.s
office, proving property and paying
for this notice.
For rent Largo house and ban.
House modern; close in; will rout
separately or together. Also modern
five room house on Pacific avenue
C. B. Zeek.
For sale On corner of Filraorc
and Third streets, groceries at living
prices. Call and sco A. H. Sparks.
For Sale One yearling and ono
two-year-old colt and one marc. In
quire of Pete Anderson. 12t8x
For Sale Cheap. One Pctaluma in
cubator, capacity 252 eggs. In
quire of W. T. Allen.
Fo Sale Barred Plymouth Rock
eggs for setting. Also a few roos
ters. Inquire of N. J. Crain, at Ban
don Drug Co. ICtf.
Wanted To exchange Portland
property as part payment on a good
dairy farm, stocked. Dippel & Wol
verton. For Sale A five room house in
good condition; furnished, nnd all
ready to move into. A snap. Dippel
& Wolverton. 19tf.
For Sale Brand new modern
bungalow; nice lot; fine location.
Price very reasonable. Baltimore
and Twelfth Streets or address P. O.
Box 435, City. 19tl.
Do you want pure drugs and
drug sundries, fine perfumes,
hair brushes and toilet arti
cles? If so, call on
C. Y. LOWE
FRED L. LEEPER
If you arc aiming to build let
me figure with you. Plans
and e s t i mates furnished
P. O, BOX 903, BANDON
Ray IWse, Prop,
MEALS AT .
AIX HQUKS .
Bring your, work to the Garage and Machine
Shop. Everything done with neatness and
dispatch. Agent for Buick Automobiles.
M. D. SHERRAREV Bandon, Ore.
" GJSO.KI.T30UT " "
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Room 3 McNnir Building
1MIONE 482 - .f - BANDON, OREGON.
S. D. Kelly, Proprietor
Light and heavy hauling
Contracting and grading
Trantient trade solicited.
Office in Dufort Buildinf
Baadon - Oregon
Mrs. Guy Dipple
Office in Thrift Building
Consulting Engineer and
Office in -Thrift BIdz.
Hnmlicnpped by defective vision
should have its eyed examined.
POHL. O. D.
at Sahro Bros, does it without charc.c
To Save Life First
and property afterwardi is
the fireman's duty. Your
duty is to sec that in caio or
fire your loved onus art; not
made homeless nnd penuiW.
Order a fire iniumnec policy
from us today, livery dijr'f
ilulay mwms dm rltk af iou
nur family .without
umw ur ih itmw ul unity i
"Clean Up the Bowels- and
Keep Them Cleiin "
There are miLiy remedies to he
had for const i;.ition, but the diffi
culty is to imcure ono that acts
without violence. A remedy- that
does not perform
b y force w h a t
should be accom
plished by persua
sion is Dr. Miles'
A Her using them.
Air. N. A. Waddell,
3 t 5 Washington
J ''.,' "Almost nil mv
troubled ' wiih cm, Uputlon, and liava
tried many rmtK .iis, all of whtoli
seemed t.. canae ,.in wiih'-ut Riving
irn. li relief. 1 H i i . Id J Dr. Miles'
I- v tlvo Tnhltta ini found them ex
cellent. TUeir ac'mn In (ilonra: t and
mild, and tliotr l.uculate taste makex
them easy to ti: T am moro than
Bind to riMcmmoi ,i tliem "
"Clean up the bow-ck ?nd keep
them clean," U h.' advice of all
physicians, beca'i e they realize the
J.mi4er resulting from habitual con
: tip-.t oh. Ho not dehy too long,
but begin proper ciirativc measures.
Dr. Miles' Laxative' Tablets area
new remedy for thU old complaint,
and a fU'eat improvement over the
cathartics you have been using in
the past. They taste like candy
and work like a charm. A ttial
will convince yoti.
Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets arc
sold by all druggists, at 25 cents
a box containing 25 doses. If not
found satisfactory. afterJxial, rc
lUfti tfie box to yotfr .'druggfst and,
he will return your money. u
MILES MEDICAL. CO., .Elkhart. Ind.
. P. A. SANDBERG
:: CIVIL ENGINEER ::
Surveys, I'lans ami Specifications
Office - - Bank Building
Brown & Gibson
The Leading Contractors '
We furnish plans and speci
fications mid it yoti we go
ing to build anything, nn
matter how large or how
small, we can q&ve you
money. Let s figure on
MRS. W. W. WOLFE
American I'liui, $1 .00
and $1.50 per day.
European Plan, rooms
50c, 7Sc 6c $1 per day
& G. CASSIDY, PrppriGlQr
tl,1t prr I'm i d li'rrl on
tin- hill. .'I' Wi i. Ocmiti
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