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i The Grand Theatre
The House of Quality Show.
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, JULY 11TH & 12TH
The Musicdl Doughty's
I a clever team of artists whose act is pleasing and re-
f fined. MISS DAISY BACHMAN, a clever contor
tionist. A big bill of pictures. Change of program
each night. Two shows 7:00 and 9:00 P. M.
Admission, Adults 20c ; Children 10c
1 S. D. Kclty, Proprietor
I Light and Heavy haul-
ing promptly done.
t Contracting and grad-
ing. Transcient trade
H) 's (
'LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
$ Office: Dufort Building :i
Elite Restaurant Z
Ray Reasc, Prop.
FIRST CLASS HOME
Brown & Gibson
The Leading Conlraciors
We furnish plans and speci
fications and if you are go
ing to build anything, no
matter how large or how
small, we can save you
moneys Let ns figure on
American Plan, $1.00 t
and $1.50 per day.
European Plan, rooms
I: 50c, 75c & $1 per clay f
i E. G. CASSIDY Prop.
Mrs. Guy Dippel
J. W. Ico will leave in a day or two
forKosel)urfr where he expects to
make hia homo.
Experienced nurse Mrs. H. K.
Jones. Leave card at P. O. tf.
.T. II. Hope, who has been attend
ing law school at Ann Harbor, Mich.,
for the past year, arived in Bandon
recently and will be in Attorney T
F. Ilaggerty's ofllce during the sum
mer. Try the Unique for a good, square
meal and sweet bread. tf.
For Sale Lot, with three room
house. Inquire at this ofllce. 38tf.
Win,' Hite was down from Coquilh
yesterday looking after the intercstj
of his property here.
Dr. S. C. findicott, dentist, has
moved into the new Ellingson build -ing.
M. P.. Pressey and family are mov
ing into the house recently vacated
by Uov. H. C. Ilartranft and family.
House and lot on 11th street West
for sale or rent. Inquire of J. T.
James, 13th Street and Franklin
E. IC. Jones was over from Coos
Hay on business Wednesday.
Hob Wagner was up from Port Or
See Uipple & Wolverton for ab
stracting, conveyancing, fire and plate
glass insurance, fidelity and surety
bonds. Notary public in office.- Op
posite the Postoflice. Phone I!3. tf.
E. C. Drews, manager of the Coos
Bay Home Telephones Co., came over
from Marshfield Wednesday to look
after the company's business here.
For Sale Three and one-half acres
itood land, mstly cleared and in cul
tivation, tine garden, good six room
house, good well, partly fenced,
miles southeast of Postoflice. A snap
at 8.00. Also 10 acres miles from
Postoflice, some good timber, at ?(iu
per acre. Dipple & Wolverton. tf.
Sunday night at ffio Orpheum, "The
Perils of Paulino," tho first serial
story in 3 parts that offers prizes
aggregating ?2G,000 to tho best so
lution of the mystery. 5000 feet of
photo plays a good show Admis
sion SCc and 10c
For Kent Five furnished house
keeping rooms on first floor. Inquire
of Mrs. E. Lee. Gltf.
"Perils of Pauline," that big ser
ial story in three parts, at tho Or
pheum Sunday night. A dandy pic
ture. T. C. Russell was in from Heaver
sell and daughter at Mercy hospital.
Thoy have named their daughter
Ruth Man Russell, tho first name be
ing in honor of Mrs. Russell's sister,
and tho second in honor of Mrs. J. T.
Sullivan of Handon, wh named her
.laughter in honor of Mrs. Russell.
t'oos Hay Times.
Certainly ! ! !
Plenty of It At
THE COX MILL
COUKTKIOIIT QMIWW, Hurt,
By ESTHER VANDEVEER
George Carroll was sauntering ncross
a field as free from care as tho day ho
was born. He was looking up at tho
sky. over which white clouds wcro sail
ing as lazily as he walked. He was
a city chap, who had been ordered by
his physician to go to the country, even
though the January winds were blow
ing cold, nnd recuperate, no was
thinking ns he walked what a hum
drum thing life was. to bo sure, how
free from any kind of risk or excite
ment his own Individual life was and
how when ho was "bowled over," as ho
expressed It, It would probably bo by
an animalcule, so small that ho could
not see It. entering his system. In
creasing nnd multiplying vigorously,
the colony at last eating him up.
Strange It Is how often fate Is doing
With us what we lc'ast suspect. At tho
momwit this last Idea entered George
Carroll's brnln a death dealing force
was driving at him from behind. A
shadow, accompanied by the sound of
horse's hoofs, shot transversely before
lilni. Turning, ho saw a girl on horse
back In n red coat, moving between
him and a bull that was making for
him. tho girl glancing backward as she
rode to observe tho bull. Sho was
about to turn and rldo back again
when tho ..bull cnught sight of her.
abandoned the straight line ho was fol
lowing In tho direction of the man nnd
turned his utteutlon to tho girl.
Now. George In regard to all mat
ters pertaining to tho country was
very stupid. Ho did not realize that
he was or had been In any danger. Ho
did not gnther from what ho saw that
this girl, seeing tho .bull going for him,
had leaped a fenco and ridden between
him and his enemy for the purposo
of filming tho animal from him to her
self. Instead of thus taking In tho
situation and getting out of tho field
as soon as possible, ho stood looking
at tho bull chasing the girl.
The Inclosuro wns nbout ten ncres.
nnd Georgo stood near the middle of It.
Tho girl led tho bull ns far as possible
from him, then turned nnd, eluding tho
animal an dexterously as a toreador,
galloped away In the opposite direc
tion. By that time It began to dawn
upon the city man that tho horse and
tho girl were being pursued by thu
bull for the purposo of goring. Hut
pot even yet did ho realize that she
had taken this danger upon herself for
the purposo of saving his life; that had
It not been for her a pair of horns
would have taken him In tho back,
broken It nnd the earthly spark of his
existence would have gone out forever.
What occupied George Cnrroll'n
mind to tho exclusion of nil else was
the danger that threatened tho girl nnd
what he could do to relieve her from
her perilous position. The only thing
he could do was to run for tho fence
ns fast as his legs could carry htm nnd
climb over It. If ho hnd done this the
girl would have made her exit ns she
had mnde her entrnneeMiy Urging her
horse over that same fence. Sho wns
waiting for him to get out of the field
beforo securing her own safety.
It Is singular how a brave man mny
be a fool, or, rather. Is not a good deal
of what wo call bravery folly? George
by Ids stupidity wns leaving both him
self and tho girl In danger. She could
see him standing there gaping at her.
but was so close pressed that she was
unable to make a sign to him to tly
for his life. Nenrlng tho opposite end
of tho field, sho turned her head to
seo Georgo running toward her! She
could havo Jumped the fence, but
when sho saw tho man sho was trying
to save hurrying again Into danger. In
stead of saving herself sho turned
about and started again across tho
Held. If she went near tho man tho
bull might lenv'o her and turn upon
hbn. So sho gnfloped diagonally ncross
the field, making nn effort nt a sign
for him to leave It Hut he did not'
understand and, turning, continued his
pursuit of her.
Then followed events In such quick
succession so quick thnt Georgo could
scarcely .separate them. Ho saw the
horse stumble and fall; he saw the
hull's horns fjo Into tho horso's belly;
he heard a report, and the bull, too,
fell to the ground. A man dropped a
gun. dashed to tho fenco nnd. Jumping
It, rnn to where tho girl wns trying to
get up from tho ground. George nnd
the man reached her at tho same time.
Tho man lifted her up, nnd sho stood
on he'r feet
"Aro you killed?" asked tho man.
"No; not oven hurt"
Then the man turned to George.
"For heaven's sake," he cried, "how
In tho world havo you escaped tho fool
killer all thesu years?"
"Ho'h not n fool at nil," said tin
girl; "he'H a bravo man. Ho didn't real
ize lib, own danger, ho wan so intent
When Georgo Carroll realized whnt
(he girl had done for him and how lie
had utiipldly coino very near being tit
euww of her death he wn purnlyzed.
An It wiw. b bail boon (he cuiun of
I no In of tier Ixiroo mid n bull worth
$100 hnd been uliut Fuldiualnly
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THOMAS F. HAGGERTY
Over MrNair's Hardware Store
, Phone 482
C R. WAQE
DR. H. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon '
Office over Drug Stare. Houn, 9 o 12 a. m;
1:30 to 4 p. m :7 to 8 in the evening.
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Pnler Building. Houn, 9 to J 2 .- m;
I to 5 p. m.
DR. L. P. SORENSON
Office over Vicnna'Cafe. Telephone at offirc
G. T. TREADGOLD
Attorney and Counselor
Ofllce in New Hank Building
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Rasmussen Building.
DR. ARTHUR GALE
Physician & Surgeon
Office over Oiange Pharmacy. Office phone,
352. Reiidence phone, 353.
DR. S. C. ENDICOTT
Office Phone 71; Rei. Phone 312 .
The mill is down but I'm
still on the job, ready to
furnish you with a sky
scraper or a chicken
GEO. W. MOORE LUMBER CO.
DR. I. L. SCOFIELD
Ofllce in Fnhy and Morrison Buil'l-'n"g-
next to Emergency Hospital.
DR. II . M. SHAW
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Ollire Phone 330-J Res. Phone 105-J
Rooms 200-1 Irving Block
P. A. SANDBERG
Surveys, Plans and Spcciricatio is
Ollice Bank lluihling
Consulting Engineer and
Ollire in Thrift Building
Bring us your Kodak work.
Wo havo installed nn electric
printing machino and can fin
ish on short notice, day or
night, and secure the best re
sults. A trial is convincing.
YOURS TO PLIOASK
L. I. WHEELER
Near Galller Hotel
WOOD FOR SALE
(hw body fir wood "
, w ifer iJollvwwl. "
Wood fill. p tmw :i
:: A. (I, J'KKDM' l'ri. ''
e 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
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
S. S. BREAKWATER
ALWAYS ON TIME
, From Portland Every Tucsday'at 8:00 P. M.
From Cotis Bay Every Saturday at Service
of the Tide.
I Confirm sailings through M. F. Shoemaker, Bandon t
Good Lots in Azalea Park, $25 Down and $10 per
month. Bargain in Business Lot on First Street.
BANDON TRANSFER CO.
Gatchell Brothers. Prons.
f AH kinds of heavy and light draying. Phone orders
given prompt attention. .Barn corner First & Edi-
f son, Fish Property. .Telephone 641.
;: Order Your Freight Sent hy the Old Reliable ::
IS. S. ELIZABETH ii
;: Large Two-Berth Outside State Rooms With Run-
n ing Water. . ;;
Eight Day Service Between the Coquille River and
;; Han FmiiciKro, ;;
'' FIRST CLABK PASSENGER FARE, $7.50 : :
FREIGHT RATES, VI ON UP FREIGHT
'.' IWrnmiUmwi A, K. Norton. CouuiJIu; MrMnn',
: : MvrUtf Pim ; IC. H. Thrlf t, ) juigloln. : :
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