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flgMi-WEEKLY BANDON RECpR PER,' ErIEa, itig fTR lftU.
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Rates $1.00 to $2.00 per day.
Special rates by. week or month
Sample room "In connection
Terrifying Experience on an Ice
E. ST Ell N OFF
TII.IA HARNESS MAN
omplete stock of har
ness, shopping bags;
trunks, suit cases, valises
and traveling bags.
.How Delightfully Independent
is the woman who can make out .
check against her own bank account
Whether she is Boing shopping o:
(o pay for what she has already
bought, she fools the pleasure of be
in'jT able to tender "her persona
check" for the amount. Ladles
bank your money with us, anil you
will find it not only conviont and dig
nified, but also most profitable too.
B BANK OF -BAND 01
'why' not have an kxtention telephone installed
IN YOUR RESIDENCE, THE TRICE HAS ' BEEN REDUCED.
TO CO CENTS PER' MONTH. ' .
THINK OF" THE UNNECESSARY STEPS THIS WILL
COOS BAY HOME TELEPHONE CO,
$ Automobile and Machine
' Briny; your work to the Garage and Machine
Shop. Everything done with neatness and
dispatel;. , Agent for Buick Automohile.s.
M. D. SHERRARD, Bandon, Ore.
Readers of the Bandon j
Recorder, and Friends: j
Special Bargains in Farm
"Lands and City Property
Soe SQUARE DEAL REALTY CO.
Order Your Freight Sent by the Old Reliable 4
Lirgtt Two-Hurlh OuUhle Slate Rooms With Hun- j
Kwi Day Survive Ilohveen the Cotjullle Hlvor and
I'ttmmir urm, m on up mumm
FIGHTING DEATH IN MIDAIR
Perilous Plight of Two Workers, and
an Exhibition of Coolness, Presence
of Mind and Heroic Patfence How
tho Difficult Rcscuo Was Effected.
During the fall and winter of 1870
A. T. Stewart, who had bought the
Ornud Union hotel nt.Saratoj;a. largely
rebuilt that great hostelry of U.000
rooms. The building bus a mansard
roof, and at the peak It is ninety-eight
feet from tho sidewalk.
Ono cold winter morning, when the
work was virtually completed, two
men, Harvey, the bead roofer, and a
belpcr named Deunlson went up on
tho roof to finish the Hashing round
tho base of the tower. There had been
a slight mist that morning, and it had
frozen upon the roof, but tho two
men bad on India rubber overshoes to
prevent them from slipping on the
Suddenly, however, Harvey's feet be
gan to slip. Ho went very slowly at
fjrst, for tho upper roof of a mansard
is no' steep. Ho trl3d to stop himself,
but there was nothing to whlrli ho
could cling, no turned his bend in
Dcunlson's direction to see If he could
not gtvo some assistance, but Deunl
son. too, wus sliding slowly down the
Harvey's presence of mind did not
lenvo him. "Lie down Hat!" be called
So both men carefully laid themselves
at full length on tho kv roof in order
that the Increased friction might re
tard. and perhaps Rtop. their descent
For an Instant it checked the move
ment. Then tho men began again
slowly to slip nearer the angle of the
roof and the steep pitch below.
It seemed like hours, ulthoughjt was
only a few moments, when llarfey felt
his heels catch on a slight projection.
A blind gutter bad been built into tho
lower edge of the upper part of the
roof to carry off the largo amount ol
water that would fall upon such an ex
panso of roof. Tho upper gutter pro
jected nbovu tho slate roof only about
half an inch, but it was against this
that nnrvcy's heels had caught.
There ho hung on tho very brink of
tho abyss safe for an instant, no
dared not move a muscle, however, or
even turn ids head to see if Dennisou
were still on tho roof. Ilo did not cry
out for help, for" ho feared that tho
mere effort of tilling his lungs and
shouting might dislodge him. No one
could seu the men on tho flat of the
roof from tho street below. Tho only
hope lay in tho carpenters who were
at work inside tho building. Hut how
should they know what was happening
up there on the roof?
Suddenly Harvey heard a voice, low.
but distinct, come from the tower
above him. "Hold ,on." It said, "ana
I'll help youl" Then after a long tlmo
Harvey beard tho sound of several
voices. Whoever had found him had
The tlrst voice spoke ngaln: "Hold
on! We will lower this rope to you!"
Presently something rubbed on tho
slnto nbovo Harvey's head. It was
the rope, which they were slowly
working down toward 1dm.
"Can you get hold of it?" asked tho
"I don't daro movo much," Harvey
replied. "Can't you get it down near
They had to glvo if a flip to get it by
his shoulder. Then it traversed the
length of his arm and Dually tuuehed
Harvey raised ids arm very careful
ly and took hold of tho rope. It was
an inch cable that hud been used in
raising the slate from tho grouud to
"Can you turn over very carefully
and climb up?" asked the voice.
Cautiously Harvey Worked Ids hand
along on the rope It was his right
baud until he finally drew it tuut.
Then be carefully rajsed his left hand
and. reaching across, grasped tho rope
with that hand too.
Theii when. the. worst of the matter
was over, he began to shake like a
leaf. He lay there, flat on his back,
clinging desperately to the rope and
dreading Inexpressibly tho next step.
How was he to turn over on that slip
pery roof when he needed tioth hands
to cling to the rope?
At last he spoke hoarsely.
"Can yo.u pull me tip?"
They consulted together.
"1 don't dare to turn over." ho
There was a Hharp tug on tho rirtw.
Harvey let them draw Ids arms up U
their extreme length. Mill afraid to
trust bis weight to bis rescuer. Then
ho felt his heels hue their grip on the
gutter, and he begun slowly to move
It was not till ho hnd nearly relish
ed the lower that ho da ltd turn his
betid In DdhiiIhoii'm dlroeflou to mm If
lie were Mtlll hh(,i Ttnutt im win.
uptvnd out on tint roof. Jiimi hn llurroy
mi Im'oii. J did mil niovw jijiji5.
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Uini TIimji Hit twuii Miwl iluryy'
fhoMum slid iIhhv HlHi iuiu bu
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Circulation of th Blood.
The Idea of some sort of movement
of tho blood In man and the lower ani
mals was possessed by Aristotle and
other (3 rooks and by tho physicians of
tlio Alexandrian school aswell as by
the doctors and surgeons of tho middle
ages. In fact, even the vlllnge barbers
knew of such movement. Hut no one,
not even the wisest of men. had any
conception of a continuous stream re
turning to Its source a circulation in
tho true sense of the word or of tho
functions of the heart as the motor
power of tho movement of tho blood
until It was demonstrated by Harvey
Pilgrims at Denares.
Benares, an Indian holy city. Is tho
victim of pilgrimages. Many of the
pilgrims are In the last stage of illness
and llnd their way to the city to have
their remains cremated on the banks
of the (Jnnges. A large number of
hospitals have to bo provided for tho
reception of the sick, and the dlstlno
tlou of being a holy magnet Is not
greatly appreciated by the residents of
the city. Exchange.
All Brazilian vessels engaged In tho
coasting trade and carrying passengers,
either casually or regularly, and mak
ing voyages of more than seventy-two
hours between the place of departure
and port of destination, must have on
IwMinl a Brazilian doctor nominated by
the minister of tlif Interior.
City Meat Market
A PULL LtNli OK SELECT FltESII
AND SALT MEATS ALWAYS ON4
HANI). MODEIIN METHODS AND
COURTEOUS TREATMENT COM
BINE TO MAKE YOUIt TRADING
HERE A PLEASURE. YOUR PA
Geo. Erdman, Proprietor
An Injury done to character is so
great that it cannot possibly bo esti
Anyone wishing home made pies
or cakes, phono the Wigwam or seo
Mrs. E. Lcwin. tf.
Bandon Lodge, No. 130, A. P. &
A. M. Stated communications first
Saturday after tho full moon of
each month. Special communications
Master Masons cordially invited.
C. R. MOORE, W. M.
PHIL PEARSON, Secretary.
Occidental Chapter, No. 4G, O. E.
S., meets Saturday evenings before
and after stated communications of
Masonic lodge. Visiting members
cordially invited to attend.
L. KATE ROSA, W. M.
ROSA BINGAMAN, Secretary.
I .0. O. P.
Bandon Lodge, No. 13;i, I. O. O.
P., meets every Wednesday evening.
Visiting brothers in good standing
S. E. IIINES, N. G.
LOGAN KAY, Secretary.
Knights of Pythias.
Delphi Lodge, No. G4, Knights of
Pythias. Meets every Monday cv
oning at Knights hall. Visiting
knights invited to attend.
G. R. McNAIR, C. C.
B. N. HARRINGTON, K. of R. S.
Loyal Order of Moose.
Meets Thursday evenings in I. O.
O. P. ha'l. Transcicnt Moose cord
ially invited. Something doing ev
e want you
For our customer not just lodny, but tomor
row and for all time to come, if
1 Right Goods
and prompt delivery
is what you want
WE HAVE YOU
.Successor to A. E. White
Stands for Reliability. When you
buy any of the Pensular Remedies
you are sure of getting the best.
Ocean Rcbckah Lodge, No. 120, I.
O. O. F., meets second nnd fourth
Tucsdnys at I. O. O. F. hall. Tran
cicnt members cordinlly invited.
LENA DAVIDSON, N. G.
MINERVA LEWIN, Secretary.
If You Have a Cold Use
Pensular Childrens Couh Syrup
Pensular Cherry Cough Syrup
Pensular White Pine & Spruce Balsam
Pensular Laxative Cold Breaker
W. O. W.
"With Charity Towards All"
Seaside Camp, No. 212, W. O. W.
meets Tuesdays, K. of P. hall, 8 p.
m. Visitors are nssured a hot wel
come. By order of
W. A. KELLER, C. C.
C. 'M. GAGE, Clerk.
To Remove Tan
and keep the skin smooth there is nothing like Pen
sular Cucumber and Almond Cream and Pensulat
PHILLIPS & MILLER
Office m Thrift Building
U PRANK JIALMiTTII U
i; Prurdnil llowhlmrr IJ
U t t 1 0
U UwM.ru I JllfijiMllilng 11ml I
u (m Wupt wild Qmiinip u
Can Bo Bought At
I The Bandon Drug Company
"The Pensular Store" Only
E. T. WOLVERTON II. C. DIPPEL ;
Coos County Mearm Opportunity See Bandon First
DIPPEL & WOLVERTON
CHOICE FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY ?
FIRE INSURANCE GUY DIPPEL CONVEYANCES
NOTARY I'UHLIC AUDITING REAL E! IT ATE ',
RENTALS ACCOUNTING FARM LANDS -j-
HOOK-KEEPING INSTRUMENTS .$
BANDON :: :: :: OREGON :
FIRST STREET, OPPOSITE POSTOFFK'E :
Good dry wood, uplil for coob Mov, $l.fi0 per linr
In two Uor bind, Blocb wood $1.35. '
F. L Christie, Phone 582
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