Semi-weekly Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1910-1915, June 05, 1914, Image 3

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1 1 U A N 1 1 THC A TDK p "d 5 Piec orchestra
VJiyrVl 1 U 1 UJUni lVLy every night. 28reelevery
BURIED UNDErt PAPERS,
OUR MOTTO:
week.
'Not Quantity 'but QUALITY "
Da
SATURDAY
"ON THE ALTAR OF PATRIOTISM"
A drama in two parts (Pathe)
THE GHOST"- - - (Vitagraph comedy)
"THE MESSAGE IN THE ROSE" (Edison)
10 and 5 cents
SUNDAY
"THREE 1 JS OF SILVER,'
Adventures of Kathlyn No. 6
"HIS INDIAN NEMESIS" (Kalctn)
"A NIGHT OUT" ----- -(Edison comedy)
If) and 5 cents
KEEP
CLEAN
i)
The Robinson Folding Hath
u boon to those who live in
od houses mid those who cv..
afford bath room fill ;s.
HANDY. SERVICABLii A
DURABLL
The tub is five feet long and
holds n barrell of water, com
plete for $10.00
Drop a Line to T. V. Pirn nt
Bandon, and he will call en you
with a sample.
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! Items of Local Interest X
I -2-1. 1-! -I--I--I--I-! -I--I-! re I ; I it
Citv Transfer i
S. D. Kelly, Proprieto:
j' Light and Heavy h.;ul-
ing promptly done.
$ Contracting and grad-
ing. Transcient tr. rle
solicited. Horse?
f boarded. Ph'one 1151
i
Office: Dufort Building
viCi'3MlIl't?"itHMXM?!I?'' "
AAA A A ? its A AiiJiJiitiAJiiT W ,tssJ
'W r r I TTTTTTTTl - r - i a" art
Elite Restaurant i
Ray Reasc, Prop.
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MEALS AT
ALL HOURS
!: FIRST CLASS HOME ?
:: cooking I
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J Brown Gibson
iM-M"I"l"H"t'
t
The I. catling Contractors
and Builders
Wi furnish plans and sped
i utons uid it yoit arc ro-in.-
to 'uild anything, no
matter how laryo or how
small, we can .save yon
money. List- liurc on
your bin1' 1 ig.
I Try the Unique for a good, square
meal and sweet bread. tf.
I Carpet and rug weaving, aply to
Mrs. J. L. Foster, Bandon. tf.
Experienced nurse Mrs. II. K.
Jones. Leave card nt P. 0. tf.
For Sale Lot with three room
house. Inquire at this-office1. 38tf.
For Rent Four furnished house
keeping rooms. Inquire of E. Lewin
T! best strawberries in town
i'le famous Circle S variety at the
Hui":ulow Grocery. lllt-1
House and lot on 11th street West
for sale or rent. Inquire of J. T.
.L.mes, 13 th Street and Franklin
Avenue. 39tf.
For Sale Barred Plymouth Rock
oggs for setting. Also, a few roos
ters. Inquire of N. J. Crain, at Ban-
don Drug Co. tf.
New orders of bicycle repairs of
all kinds constantly arriving. Will
take orders for bicycles of any kind.
S. D. Barrows. tf.
For Rent A suite of three roomr
furnished for light housekeeping, to
one or two people. Inquire of Mrs.
Wilson in Timmons Building. 39tf
For Sale or trade, well improved
poultry, garden and berry home on
South Franklin Avenue. Inquire of
W. R. Wells on the place, or address
P. O. Box 38, Bandon, Oregon. IU8
For Sale Three and one-half acres
good land, mstly cleared and in cul
tivation, fine garden, good six room
house, good well, partly fenced, IVi
miles southeast of Postoflicc. A snap
at $8.00. Also 10 acres VAs miles from
Postolllce, some good timber, at ?li0
per acre. Dipple & Wolvcrton. tf.
Announcement.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the nomination for the of
fice of City Recorder.
(Pd. Ad.) . B. N. HARRINGTON
Rotwaen Litter and Fire Life In
Quincey'a Home Was Lively.
De Qulnccy's greatest extravagance
irrew out of the morbid value he set
upon papers and their not being dis
turbed. He was In the habit of accu
mulating theso until. In his own
words, he was "snowed up." which
Meant that when mutters reached such
an extremity that there was not a,
square Inch of room on the table to
set a cup upon and no possibility of
making his bed for tbe weight of pa
llors gathered there; no chair which
could be used for Its legltlmute.'pur
pose. and the track from the door .to
the llreplaee. always kept opeu uutll
the last, was completely obliterated so
that he hud not even place In which
to set his foot-then De Quiiioey lock
ed the door upon his paper treasures
and turned elsewhere. At hN death
there were nt least a half dozen micli
places "papered" b.v Hint and being
maintained at no small expense.
Such a thing hail been esperlenred
as his actually "papering" his family
out of house, but In later years his
daughters learned how to guard
against such a contingency
De Qulncey usually hpent the even'
lugs with his family, who looked for
ward to these hours with much pleas
ure. Upon the arrival of the newspa
per he would render the news In Ills
own quaint manner, questioning the
various members of the group about
hlui and Illuminating the various sub
jects touched upon with a wealth ot
memories, uood stories or human ex-
nerlences until the hunnlest How of
real conversation sprang from the cir
cumstances of the moment.
lie was not a tranqulll.lng compan
ion for nervous persons to live with,
as those nights were the exceptions on
which he did not set lire to something
It was a common occurrence for one
of his daughters to look up from Her
work and to say casually, "Pupa, ydur
hair Is on lire!" to which he would re
spond i-aually, "Is It, my loveV" and a
hand rubbing out the blaze was all the
notice taken.
On one occasion, when the maid
rushed In to announce that -Mr. de
Quincey's room was on lire, he hasten
ed to the rescue of his already "snow
ed up" apartment, refusing all sug
gestions that water be poured upon hi"
treasured papers. Armed with a
heavy ing he disappeared into the
burning room determined to conquer
without water or perish In the attempt,
while the members of his affrighted
household trembled for his safety out
side the door, locked to prevent the
abhorred water from being poured In.
Presently, after occasional bursts of
smoke and a very strong smell of lire,
all wero assured that the danger was
over, the victor emerged triumphant-,
ly from his light with the linmes. and
the dreaded element having been sub'
dued for the evening all retired in
state of thankfulness. From Caroline
Tlckuor's "Ha'wthorne and Ills Pub
Usher."
Professional Cards.
THOMAS F, HAGGERTY
Attorney-at-Law
Over McNair's Hardware Sir re
Phone 482
BANDON, ORKGON
R. WADE
Lawyer
HANDON, OREGON
DR. H. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
yjiiKc over uiug oiare. l-louu, y to li, a. m;
lu)U to 4 p. m ;7 to 8 in Ihe evening.
HANDON, OREGON
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Panter Building. Houit, 9 to 1 2 a. m
I to 5 p. m.
BANDON, OKEGON
DR. L. P. SOIIENSON
Dentist
Office over Vienna Cale. Telephone at
and residence.
office
HANDON, OREGON
G. T. TREADGOLD
" . A ttorney and Counselor
at Lam
Office with Bandon Investment Company
Notary Public
HANDON, OREGON
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Rasmusscn Building.
Phone 72.B
HANDON, OKEGON
DR. ARTHUR GALE
Physician & Surgeon
Office over Oranfie Pharmacy. Office pho
352. Residence phone, 353.
BANDON, ORKGON
Mrs. Guy Dippel
Spirella's Corseteirc
;pnoNn 7H
Pianos for
Company.
rent nt Bandon Drug
I Hotel Bandon I
$1.00 I
per day. t
luiropean nan, rooms
50c, 75c & $1 per day
a : in..
;r rxiiiciiuau i tan,
X and $1.50
That's All.
"I did not think yon would associate
with such a man."
"I simirt associate with him much.
I am merely going to marry him.'
Houston Post.
A modern furnished house wanted
by June 1st, by good tenant. Dinnlc
.v woiverton. 13t2.
bee Dipple & Woiverton for ab
stracting, conveyancing, fire and plate
glass insurance, fidelity and surety
bonds. Notary public in ofliec. Op
posite tno i'ostollice. Phono 33. tf.
The best strawberries in town
the famous Circle S variety at the
Bungalow Grocery. 13t4
For Sale Two sots double harness
Cost $-10 per sot, will sell for $20 per
set. hoe W. H. Smith or Geo. B. Mor
gan. 13t-l
t E. G. CASSIDY Prop.
4
Lumber??
Certainly ! ! !
Plenty of It At
THE COX MILL
CQUKTHICJJT A ORJITOH MHr,
Notice to Contractors.
Notice is herby given that sealed
bids will bo received for Clearing and
Grading the Bear Creek-Bandon Road
from Bear Creek toward Bandon ac
cording to tho amended plat and snoc-
nications prepared by the County Road
master and on file m the office of the
Cunty Clerk.
The Cunty Court reserves the right
to reject any und all bids nnd to
award the contract to a bidder not tho
lowest should they deem it for tho bos
interests of tho county.
All bids to bo filed with the Coun
ty rlerk on or hoforo tho ith day of
I Juno, a. u. 1DM. at tint hour of 10
i o'clock A. M., on' which day micli con
tract Hlwll be let. A fortified chock
for live per cnt. of tho amount of 'the
bid to be dvpoaited with tho County
CUrk with bid, ,to be,, forfeited to
tiie County in cuo contract nhall bo
awarded ami tho contractor ahull fail
rioglo t or riifuMt for a period of ten
day after auch nwarrl la made to mi
ter iiiU) h eoiilrar-t ami 111m hia bond
to ih Natlaaction ot Uw County
Court o rtiird by law.
Ja(d at U City of notjuilU,
Cm (KMsMty, Qjr0a, U4a MM day
ot Uy, A. D. HH.
JMJT
DR.-S. G.ENDICOTT
Dentist
w Office Phone 71; Re,. Phcne 312 Z
HANDON, OKEGON
DR. I. L.
SCOFIELD
Dentist
OfTtco in Fahy and Morrison Build-
.'ng- next to Emergency Hospital
Phono 1141
DR. H. M. SHAW
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Specialist
Office Phone 330.J Res. Phone 105-J
Rooms 2U0-1 Irving Block
marsiikield; oregon
P. A. SAND BERG
Civil Engineer
Surveys, Plans and Speciricatio is
OfficeHank Huihling l
:E.C HANDON, OREGON
BENJAMIN OSTEIN D
Consulting Engineer and
Architect
Office in Thrift HuiMing
HANDON, OREGON
Sam Says:
The mill is down butFm
still on the job, ready to
furnish you with a sky- :
scraper or a chicken?
coop.
GEO. W. MOORE LUMBER CO.
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EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
S. S. BREAKWATER
ALWAYS ON TIME
SAILINGS
From Porlland Every Tuesday at 8:00 P. M.
From Coos Bay Every Saturday at Service
. of the Tide.
Confirm sailings through M. F. Shoemaker, Bandon
. ' PHONE 142
KODAK
WORK
Bring us youi Kodak work.
We have installed an electric
printing machine and cun fin
ihh on abort notice, day or
mght, and secure tho host re
sults. A trial is convincing.
YOURS TO PLEASE
L. I. WHEELER
Artist
Near Gullier Hotol
WOOD FOR SALE
Good body flr wood
$1.75 pur tiwr dt'iivifi'i'd. V,
Wood fill to order
A. (I mi)Vl, J'roj.
Real Estate
Fire Insurance
Notary Public
Rentals
Good Lots in Azalea Park, ,$25 Down and $10 per
month. Bargain in Business Lot on First Street, i
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For Your Garden
Tho now soil of this section requir
es a COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER,
giving it what nature lacked- Yen
must havf) U for, your gard n to w t
tho bOtl results. We kai't Unw
supply at u very rmsonnbh pin -
Central Feed Co.
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