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I GRAND THEATRE
ulars and S-oiece orcheitra
very night. 28 reeltevery
OUR MOTTO;- "Not Quantity but QUALITY h
Program for Tuesday. June 23
:: Special Vitagraph. Comedy in 2 Parts
featuring Sedney Drew in
Patlie Weekly No. 25 Worlds News in Pictures. ,
"A JVlaif's Faith" good Lubin Drama
Waednesday June 21- The Three Scratch Glue. '
t Detective Story. 2 Reel Essanav.
"Andy and the Hypnotist" Edison Comedy
"Fraid A Cat" Vitagraph Comedy.
m i. him i WWWWWm
The Robinson Folding Dath Is
n boon to those who livo in rent
ed houses and those who cannot
afford, bath room fittings.
HANDY, SERVICABLE AND
Tho tub is five feet long and
holds a bur re I of water, com
plete for $10.00
Drop a Line to T. W. Penn, at
Handon, and he will cull on you
with a sample.
Items of Local Interest I
S. D. Kelly, Proprietor
Light and Heavy haul- ;
ing promptly done.
Contracting and gvad- ; ;
ing. Transcient trade
boarded. Phone 1151 : :
Office: Dufort Building I
inn niiimiiiin; 1 1(7
i Elite Restaurant I
Ray. Rease, Prop.
FIRST CLASS HOME :
Brown & Gibson f
The Leading Contractors
T We furnish-jllana and sped.
iicauons ana.u you are go
ing to build anything, no
matter- liow large or how
small, we can save yon
money. Let us figure on
rent at Bandon Drug
Fred Reynolds of North Bond was
in this city Sunday
Experienced nurse Mrs. II. K.
Jones. Leave card at P. O. tf.
ror nie Lot with three loom
house. Inquire at this ofllco.-SStf.
Mrs. Ames S. Johnston and son of
Port Orford were in Bandon Sunday,
For Rent Four -furnished 'house
keeping rooms. Inquire of E. Lcwin
N. W. Eckblad was over from
Marshfield Monday looking after bus
Mrs. L. D. McAffey and Mrs. Jiir
man of Riverton were in Bdndori, Mon
day doing some shopping.
House and lot on 11th street West
for sale or rent. Inquire of J. T,
James, 13th Street and Franklin
Mrs O. Willmms arrived on' the
Speedwell and will spend some time
visiting her daughter, Mrs. L. L.
For Sale Barred Plymouth. Rock
eggs for setting. Also a few roos
ters. Inquire of N. J. Cr'ain. at Ban-
don Drug Co. tf.
New orders of bicyclo repairs of
all kinds constantly arriving. Will
take orders for bicycles of any kind.
S. D. Barrows. tf.
Labels, printed and gummed, rea
dy for use for presorves, pickles, jol
lies, etc., at tho Bandon Drug Co. 80
for 5c 47tf.
For Rent A suite of threorooms
furnished for light housekeeping, to
ono 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. 0. Box S3, Bandon, Oregon. lltg
See Dipplo & Wolyerton for ab
stracting, conveyancing, fire and plate
glass insurance, fidelity and surety
bonds. Notary public in office, Op
posite tho Postofficc. Phono 33. tf.
Mrs. Guy Dippel
Hotel Bandon I
American Plan, $1.00
and $1.50 per day.
European Plan, rooms
50c, 75c & $1 per day
E. G. CASSIDY Prop.
.THREE NOTCH ftuflbS.'
their Curious Title Comce From the
Name of George III.
In Missouri and some other central
western states there are roads that arc
called "three notch roads." They an
public highways as distinguished from
the roads that lead to it sawmill, a
Fehoolhoiise. a church or an isolated
farmhouse. A three notch road "goes
soniewhereJll-.I.'roeedliig along such a
road.-the'diirvefernACuutind, In time, to
reach ii,toVn. E ' J.'
h'Smru 'llwMiolilntlt.nroJc.liHous title, an
InturdstW storv A-ItVnpnears that
v - -
King Gintatcrill. "dd'drcftWUmt all tng
Hil Ilia UlWIIU aa
tfNf-tdllltl 1 Mi' 1 1 171 I'll! "11 '..I
tlie'cdloh'Ies. IrSraisWten Impossible to
nlark .fife ' loads -with villi! care 'hiid
'thoroughness that '-w'Ure'insed In Eiig-
liiiiJV aljd.lif nlm&tllapniess It was
enough' to"- eut'tln'e notches on 'the
largest trees along tho roads.
After the Revolution, of course, the
name of King George was omitted,
but the three notches proved useful as
a means of marking public roads.
Virginia colonists. It Is said, carried
tliti. practice Into Tennessee. Kentucky
and Indiana, and their children,1 in
turn, carried It Into Missouri.
Oflgtnally Missouri had"io, counties.
Later, when they 'were formed, the
state decided that if the task were left
to the counties there would be little
road building. Accordingly, the state
constructed the roads nnd marked
them with three notches., . Later,
wjieiuthe counties undertook to build
roads, they'' were designated In the
timber country by two notches. Prior
to and during 'tlie war "between tho
state's the distinction was preserv
ed, and three .notch roads were nl
w.'tys "through roads" Uiat led from
dno town of importance to another.
Two notch roads were less important
Idgliwnys. nnd roads not, notched vat
aM ,worc either fair roads or plank
roads. A rail road was a road leading
to a camp where men spilt rails, nnd
a pianu roau leu to a sawmill.
HOMAS F, MA&GERTY
Over McNair's Hardivarc Store
... i i
C. R. WADE
DR. H. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Office over Drug Stare. Houri, 9 to 12 a.
, l!JU to 4 p. m ;7 to 8 in the evening.
DR. SMITH 1. MANN
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Panter Building. Houri, 9 to',12 a. m;
I to 3 p. m.
The mill is down butl'm
still on the job, ready to
furnish you with a sky
scraper or a chicken
coop. GEOW. MOORE LUMBER CO.
DR. L. P. SORENSON
Office over ViennaJCafe. Telephone at
G. T. . TREAD GOLD
Attorney and Counselor
' Office 'with Bandon Investment Company
NOT CERTAIN. BUT HOPEFUL
Willie Clearly Diagnosed tho Case In
His Letter to His Aunt.
Dear Auntey-1 did not rite to you
for a long time now witch Is not credl-
bul to me becaws Ilennry Begg told
me ho yoostoo have an aunt very
mutch like you and he did not rite to
her for u long time and ono day his
muther came in very sad nnd said to
Ilennry your aunt dlde yesterday and
when he thought of how sho dido
without gotten an nnsur to her last let
ter it almost break his hnrt and for n
long time ..he 'could not eat the rest of
his dinner. ,
Tliu trnlihln Is that when wo nro
young'.nnd helthy wcdo not think of
how our relllllves nro'old and nptood'lo
nnyrtlme'at'tt'll'nml sd avo do not rite
as often us we otto and are sorry.nfler
wurd wheu.lt Is too la.le.
" T! I .. . ...11 . 1 1.
his aunt yesterday and how she yoos
too send lilm Iftresunts nnd stinitlmes
munney When there was a s'erkus com-
men Ay.hlch the neergst one now Is two
weeks from Wensday
This makes It all the sadder for Ilen
nry. The price of tickets to a serkus
Js a kwortor for buys the sighs of us
and llennry's limit yoostoo always
send him fifty sense for two tickets If
he should wanto take aimtla'ri boy
with him as they olTbn do.
The 'serkus wltcli Is'coinmen hero
two weeks from Wensday is Simmons
& Supp'si.world's greatest nlckul plated
three rings no plus ulter pearlcss no
real mnryul oqjilue se.nnsatlon and zoo
loglcle ngerga'tion wl'.b tho world fa
mous RdamltrMlmm'rdf'da'nV' fi'i'ul ' sele-
bra tint (irtustsiimM'TiLMrWlibest' slice-
tides ever staged for the oddiillcatlon
of Man witch I copied from the bills as
nearly as nosslbnl. and it looks lis it
wn.goi!ii fibe A uronyigufJJ' shov), t
! l)jresall-Vli(,hi)ys ofi&Hmvexsepr:
Ilennry and me witch are not snrten
but hoapful.., Two wejjks from Wens-
i LA uX) '
r a fi;i flllllCBS DCHCIICIal.
There are some who confess that
they nuvor really ivtul1 w ilppreclhted
Ahelr dally patier until they had' to
)tay in bed to S-.'id It niKfcsnddenlyalls-
Cov.Hd' lnk .siirJuil- "good.readlnt;.
int'l know nieh wfio ri-nt pleasant
houses .In delightful " suburbs.' yet
scarcely over 'sec them until n blessed
mill occurs and they stay at. homo for
a few 'days in bed. 'X few' days' "bed-
ding-out" might do many human planbb
i.-lot of jrood. IjjikIoii Chroillcli'
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Rasmusscn Duildin?.
DR. ARTHUR GALE
Physician & Surgeon
Office over Orange Pharmacy. Office phone,
iji. Ketidence phone, ij).
We want you
For our customer not just today, but tomor
row and for all time to come, if
and prompt delivery
is what you want
WE HAVE YOU
Successor to A. E. White
1 1 1 1 i "H"i"H M i -H i .Hti:wi-W-HK'
Certainly ! ! !
Plenty of It At
THE COX MILL
COUKTKIGHT GRIFFITH, Mri,
Many of .Napoleon's generals rosefrom
the ranks. ple4,iiadotte,.'tlio gran'dson
of a hlacksriilth; Mu'riit, tho son' of a
tanner; Uinue.s, the; soil of a' small
farmer; Noy, tho son of a poor Alsa
tian cooper; Suehet. tl son of a silk
weaver: Jourdan. tho son of a country
leech; Morllef , a l)H'W.er hoy; Oudliiot.
a fanner lad; MaeDouiild, grandson of
a Ulst cruflur, and Ix;febvre. a barrack
room brat . ,. , 4
"You m'uiii iiithur elated this morn
Ing." "I 11111." replied Mr. Mrtknn. "Itst
night my wife mlrtook mo for n bur
gltir. I I'm tho only Hum In "' life Hint
llinirli'ltn vnn Mi'ltiHlly Hfrald of nio."
Mb - W imr Htuliwr inVin) nut not
Ih mm m U-TuV . Tln tUu
DR. S." C ENDICOTT
Office Phone 71; Re.. Phone 312"
DR. I. L
Office in Fahy and Morrison Build-
.'ng- next - to Emergency Hospital.
DR. H. M. SHAW ,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office Phone 330-J Res. Phone 105-J
Kooms 200-1 Irving Jilock
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
S. S. BREAKWATER
ALWAYS ON TIME
FromrPorlland Every Tuesday at 8:00 P. M.
From Cotis Bay Every Saturday at Service
of the Tide. s
Confirm sailings through M. F. Shoemaker, Bandon
P. A. SANDBERG
Siirveyii, Plans nnd Specification
Office Rank lltiiMing
,' ' ;HANDON, OREGON
Consulting Engineer and
Office in Thrift Building
A. D. Mills
Good Lots in Azalea Park, $25 Down and $10 per
month. Bargain in Business Lot on First Street.
Bring us your Kodak work.
kWc have installed an electric
printing machine nnd can fin
ish on short notice, day or
night, und sccuro tho best re
Bulls. A trial is convincing.
YOURS TO PLEASE
L. I. WHEELER
Near Gullior Hotel
WOOD FOR SALE
; Good body fir wood J
.$1.75 nor tlor ilollvorod,
J Wood cut to order
A, (i, WAUHM, I'roin
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BANDON TRANSFER CO.
Gatchell Brothers, Props.
All kinds of heavy and light draying. Phone orders
given prompt attention. .Barn corner First & Edi
son, Fish Property. .Telephone 641.
Your Garden 1
The new soil of this section requir
es a COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER,
giving it what nature lucked. You
must htiuo it for your garden to get
the best results. Wo huvo a largo
supply ul u wry rcusonublo price.
Central Feed Co.
Central WMrhimi Phone 142
MM to Wf iiw.Mr MUM i'i'y
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