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SEMMfEiXtY jtANPON RECORDER, FRIDAY, APRIL 171k, 1914
I GRAND THEATRE
OUR MOTTO: "Not Quantity but QUALITY "
I SATURDAY APhree reel Pathe J
"The President's Pardon",,
In this remarkable drama Ex President Taft
and President Castro of Ve'nzue.'a appear in person.
it a. . i (nnn c m.
tisojiwo oiner pictures, matting auuu ieeu
I "THE VAMPIRE"
"AM A XT From 11rOTM LUBIN in
I 1V1WI The'VYILOl Reels
Two Other comedies 7000 feet
All New Pictures
Items of Local Interest
Pianos for rent at Bandon Druf
Carpet and rug weaving, aply tn
Mrs. J. L. Foster, Bandon. tf.
Attorney C. It. Wndo went Lang
lois today on legal buniness.
Go to Mitchell's furniture ston
on the hill for anything you wunt in
house furnishings. tf.
Anvone wishing home nvde pief
or cakes, phono the Wigwam or ae
Mrs. E. Lewin. tf.
Attorney G. T. Troadgold vas .
Marshfieid business visitor the firs
of the week.
Make your wife a preaont of om
of those easy rocking chairs for nalr
at Mitchell's furniture store. tf.
11 i T . t I. irnxlndl of.lN
Uail III IjOHIIUUUKIl n TUtloKjr
for a square deal and anytldiR V0"
J. E. Walstrom was a business vis
itor at Marshfieid Wednesday an.
Now orders of bicycle repairs ot
all kinds constantly arriving. Wil
take orders for bicycles of any kind,
S. D. Barrows. tf.
Try M.. O'Con's shoes for fit, quah
ity and lowest prices. Shoe shop ,i'
connection, men's half soles sewe
or nailed 75 cents. Women's sewed ol
nailed 60 cents. 28tf
Chas. Morrow of Felton, Calif.,
came up on the Fifield yesterday.
Mr. Morrow expects to remain i
Bandon during th esummor monthf
Just received, an excellent lino ol
Ladies Summer DresBes at Carpen
tor's Racket Store. Now on sale a(
bed-rock prices. Call at once am
get your choice 29t2. '
FOR SALE On account of leav
ing town will sacrifico now furnltun
in modem house. House can b;
rented cheaply. Fino garden plant
ed. Bo quick if you want the snap
See Wolverton & Dippel.
W. W. Gago was in Bandon yester
day serving summons in Circui
Court cases, subpoenas for Monday'r
session of the grand jury and also
summoning now jurymen for the
spring term. Bandon's contribution
to tho jury panel is Geo. W. Cox, E:
A. Hadsall, A. Garfield, Wm. LeGore,
and W. 0. Cooper.
;: Stands for Reliability. When you
:: buy any of the Pensular Remedies ::
I you are sure of
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
and keep the skin smooth there is nothing like Pen
sular Cucumber and Alanine! Cream and Pensular
Can M Reujfht At
j j The Bandon Drug Company !
"Tto fftm' Warn" Qtfy J
Highest clan licensed photo
pUy't and S -piece erchettra T
every night. 28 reeliererjr X
JP 1 f
. Experienced nurso Mrs. II. K
Jones. Leave card at P. 0. tf.
Try the Unique for a good, squarf
meal and sweet bread. tf.
Joe Wendling, who has been ii
Southern California for some time, re
turned home on the Fifield.
Trade your old furniture for no
at Mitchell's furniture store. Phone
When in need of an abstract of ti
Ho to your property, see Dippel &
W. R. Courtright made a busines
trip to Myrtle Point Tuesday, return
ing the following day.
Everything for tho home at. the
Bandon Furniture Co. Seo ou)
big stock. tf.
The Bandon Furniture Co. has tin
latest designs in furniture. See thoil
big assortment tf.
1UI. UIIM 4HJH. VJ. iV. 11UUU 1II1U Mil
Jack were Coquille visitors WedncF
day, and Mr. Wade was looking aftc
legal business in the county seat.
A number of bargain counters al
Bandon Dry Goods Co. Come li
ind look them over. 17tf.
We have several clients looking t
Coos County for dairy farms. If
you have one to sell list it with Dip
pel & Wolverton at once.
R. A. Watson, candidate for Coun
ty Clerk, was in Bandon Wednesday
shaking hands with the voters am
looking into tho political situation.
Geo. Goisendorfer had the misfor
tune to get his hand badly mashed ii
the machinery at his box factor
one day this week, but the woundet
member is getting much better al
J. C. Eggleston, circulation mana
r -c u.. nr.. -..i. i . t 1 :
our city looking after business ii
connection with his paper. The
Record is putting out a good clcai
sheet and their business is growing
The Coos Bay News says: Roy Ro
zelle, who has charge of the planting
of Holland grass north of the jettv
for the, government, expects to plan.'.
90 acres this spring. The work iij
progressing satisfactorily, and tho ex
pense up to the present this year is
about f 10 per acre, while heretofore
the cost has been ?15 per acre. Mr,
Rozelle Is well known in Bandon as
he has property here and puts in -con
siderable time on government work
getting the best.
BANKED ALL HIS MONEY.
Then Exploited Hi Views on the Um
of1 a Check Book.
During a financial stringency some
years ago n Swedish farmer In orie of
'the middle west states uaa sow some
doks on the local market and upon
receiving his check In payment' Im
mediately went to the local bank to
realize on hls'sale. Upon presentment
of the check tbe banker said to mm,
"Do you Wish the money on thle
"Veil, I tank I yust so veil take him,"
was the quick reply.
"You really want Uie money?"
"Yah, 1 tank I tako tho mon-e."
"But do you really need the money?"
asked the banker.
"Veil, no; I don't exactly need him,
but I tank I take tho mon-e."
"Well." said the banker, "if you
really want the money of course I will
glvo It to you, but 1 thought If you
did not need It perhaps you might open
an account and deposit the money und
then check against it as you needed
"Den ven I send my shecks here yon
will refuse to pay dem."
"Oh. no. wo won't. IT you open the
account we will pay your checks
whenover they como In."
This seemed assuring to tho Swede,
and he Bnld, "Veil, If you pays my
shocks, den I open do nceounjt." ,And
tho account was opened and passbook
and check book handed to ihe now
cdstomcr. ( t
Half an hour later a close friend of
the new depositor appeured'-'nt the
cashier's window- and presented a
check signed by his friend' for the' full
amount of the flepbslt, which was
promptly paid by the banker without
Iu about an hour tho Swede ap
peared and. walking up to the cashier's
window, handed the banker his check
book milium only one check, with the
remark. "Veil, I don't-tank I needs
him any more."
A Now Jersey teacher who had
been greatly annoyed by revelry In the
hotel where she bad spent part of one
vacation took tho precaution next time.
In writing to another hotel which had
been recommended to her, to Inquire
whether- It had n bar. She received
the following reply:
"No, wo haven't nny bar, and if that
Is the sort of woman you are we
don't want you. The placo for you Is
at Yardley's, farther up the road."
Now York Post
It Followed Him.
Llttlo, Harry wanted a dog. lie had
many arguments with his moUier on
tho subject He was sent to a nearby
grocery. He was gono so long that
bis mother became anxious. Stepping
THB PUP WAS) RESISTING EVK11Y BTKP.
to a window, she saw Harry down the
street manfully pulling on a rope, tho
other veiul of which was tied around
the neck of a small dog. The pup was
resisting every step. Braced on all
fours, it was pulling back with every
ounce of Its small might and barking
as loudly as possible.
Presently Harry triumphantly en
tered the room. "Mother." he called,
"won't you let me keep this llttlo
dog? It followed me home." Judge.
Disappointment will make us conver
sant with tho noble part of our nature.
It will chasten us and preparo us to
meet accident on higher ground' tbe
Saved the Smoke,
HruliiiiH wuh always credited with
a frugal mind, and the following tale
l related of him, the late Krlch Wolff
and n elKurettu; Tliu clgnretto bud
been offered by the former to tliu
lattiir, tvlni reeehed It with emollou
unit pliii'ed It eurufiilly In liW wuM
coat MM'kit "Why do you put tlw
taretlu mvuy? Why not Hulif It
nuwr Hkktt! llrHhiJiM, who lud !
rwKly Mrurk a mulch, "I miuiol
mot II." rcplM Wolff. "I nhitll
luktf ufput turn nt It. It U hoi i vrfy
iUy Hiul imi gel tnrUu torn
Jiihunu MruhuiM ' Thwt'Ujioii ihu
!ru mu i) m4 H nviih tlu wmi
ajulil ml u)'J tOlb M HI) I In ut
'H'lli'il "Jlirh JuH fir' jiiw ii'k
M'twl I'hwHIw Hill lull! I'ur vour
t'friWM Mil lUlHUihU tUI Mill iutl
For Rent Four- furnished house
keeping rooms. Inquire of E. Lewin
For Sale Early seed potatoes- of
various Yaneties-Thomas Ander
Lost A bunch of keys. Finder
please leave nt this office or at Sher
rard's Garage. 2SK2. 1
Found Gold Pin. Owner can have
same by calling at this office, proving
property, and paying for this notice.
For Rent Furnished house in In-
dstrial Addition. $12.00 per month.
inquire of Uandon Furniture Co. 27tf,
For sale On corner of FilmoVe
and Third streets, groceries at living
prices. Call and see A. II. Sparks.
. Found Leather bill book. Owjier
may have same by calling at this
oilice, proving property and paying
for this notice.
For Rent A seven room house
complete with bath and fireplace, a
new wood shed in connection--close
in. Inpuire of Mrs. S. E. Swift.
For Sale Barred Plymouth Rock
eggs for setting. Also a few roos
ters. Inquire of N. J. Crain, at Ban
don Drug Co. 15tf.
Wanted Girl to work in my home
about eight hours a day. Help care
for baby. Reply at once stating
wages wanted. Address X22 Record
For Rent Two houses. One is
strictly modern, with electric lights,
bath and fire place nnd is newly re
paired. Reasonable rent to the "right
party. Phone 1133. tf.
Eggs for hatching Buff Orphing-
ton chickons and India Runner ducks,
?1.00 per setting. Also Mambth
Bronze turkey eggs, $2.00 per set
ting. F. F. Eddy, Bullards, Oregon.
Phono Rural G4. 20t8.
For Sale 3C lots, not platted, in
city limits of Bandon. House and
other buildings, with some small
fruit. Will sell all or part to suit
purchaser. Would consider exchange
for good dairy ranch. $200 per lot.
See F. J. Chatburn, owner. 27tf.
For County Clerk.
As a Republican, I hereby place
myself as a candidate for the nomin
ation at the primaries to be held May
15th, for the office of County Clerk
If I am nominated and elected I will
during my term of offico perform all
the requirements and duties prompt
ly, expeditiously, without prejudice,
and as economically as is consistent
with good service. Believing that I
can save money for tho tax payer,
and make some for myself, "I want
your vote." F. E. ALLEN.
Marahlleld, March 17, 1014.
Left in Store Door.
I would thank tho person who, on
the evening of March 30th, left mon
ey in my store door to como forward
and explain why they did it.
A. H. SPARKS
For Sale or1 Trade.
Twenty acres fruit and alfalfa
land near Patterson, Calif; house, etc.
Want small ranch or town property
in iianuoii or any other town in
Southern Oregon. Write H. A. Wil
son, Pattorson, Calif.
A May Ball will be Iheld at the
Wigwam Saturday, May 2nd. One of
the most interesting features will bo
a May Pole dance by little folks,
Look for posters in the near future.
To the Democratic Voters.
I horeby announce myself as a can
didate for County Judge of Coos
County, Oregon, on tho Democratic
tieket for tho coming primary elec
tion. I favor permanent highways
and the development of the wonder
ful wealth of Coos County consist
ent with economical and judicious
oxpcidituro of the taxpayers' monoy.
J. J. STANLEY,
ICtf. Coquillo, Oregon
KFor Iteprehcnt alive
As a Republican I hereby announce
myself as a candidate for represen
tative from Coy county; subject to
tho decibion of the republican voIm's
at the primaries on May 15th.
My platform Is tho well known
statement of Abraham Lincoln, that
"this is a government of the pcoplo,
by tho people und for tho people,"
This famous statement nf "Honeat
od Abo" coviim tliu wholii field und
rungu nt our civil government, holding
Ihti nuiiiu relation U it (hut the Col'
tln rule liotiU to the moral law.
C. It, iiurrow
Cwuulllti, April Jllh
I hvrvby jiimuimrv piywlf a
tmMutu fur MiiiUllvn
from 13m fuunl, Mui Hr
J'Ulflli'NI) wjntttjjw (ifiM W,Mf
Hiim, hum a, imrm,
The volume of business
we are doing attests
the excellence of G. W.
M. brands and methods
QEa W. MOORE LUMBER CO.
THOMAS F. HAGGERTY
Over MrNair's Hardware Stcrc
CI R. WADE
DR. H. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Office ovct Drug Stare. Hours, 9 lo 12 a. m;
I: JO to 4 p. m ;7 to o in the evening.
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Physician' & Surgeon
Office in Panter Building. Hour, 9 lo 12 a. in;
,, ,.(,lo5p, ni.
DRL. P. SORENSON
Office ovei Vienna Cale. Telephone al office
G. T. TREADGOLD
Attorney and Counselor
Office with Bandon Investment Company
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Rasmunen Buildinp.
DR. ARTHUR GALE
Physician & Surgeon
Office over Orange, Pharmacy. Office phone,
in r Jj l 1
jji., rvcuuciicc iihihc, jjs,
DR. S. C. ENDICOTT
O'rTfce Phone 71; Re Phone 312;
DR. I. L. SCOFIELD
Office in Fahy and Morrison Huild-
".ng next to Emergency Hospital.
DR. H. M. SHAW
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office Phone J30.J Rc. l'lione IU5-J
Koomi 200-1 Jrving HlocK
P. A. SANDHERG
Burvryt, Plant ami Kec'i!rratiiHi
Consulting Juiglmwr ami
Ohr.lu Tliiifi liiiilillnt;
AmJiIu f(x nim i; final Wullillit!,
ujiu uiu lu4fjil hi iu UliiVifiiiliy
I Good body fir wood
5j1.75 per tier delivered.
X Wood cut to order
A. G. PERDUE, Prop.
F. L. LEEPER
CONTRACTOR. AND "
If you are aiming to
build let me figure with
you. Plans and esti-
P. O. Box 903, Bandon
Ray Rease, Prop.
1 FIRST CLASS HOME ?
Brown & Gibson
The Leading Contractors
We furnish plans and speci
fications and il you arc k
ing to build anything, no
matter how large or how
small, we can save you
money. Let us figure on
Bring ub your Kodak work.
We have installed an electric
printing machine und can fin
inli on tdiort notice, day or
night, and secure the hest re
sults. A trial is convincing.
YOURS TO I'LKASH
L. I. WHEELER
Near Gullier Hotel
PHILLIPS & MILLER
owe, fn vivlfi iiuiiJijiy
WOOD FOR SA