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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
W. C. Bradley was vor from Cos
C. J. Doyle wns up from Wedrier
Lydia L. Olson f Lnnglois was in
M. S. Layson of Coquillo has been
in Bandon for n day or two.
A. T. Boldon of Coquillo was in
the city on business Wednesday.
Adventures of Kathlyn No 9 at the
Grand Sunday nitfht. Five bif? reels.
J. E. Ford of the Coos county meat
company, is in the city from Marsh
Wra. Hite was down from Coquille
Wednesday evening looking after
his property interests.
A. J. Williams and wife of Marsh
field have been in the city for a cou
ple of days.
For Sale Full blooded black Min
orca hens. Inquire at Shannon
House on old plank road.
Judge John F. Hall was over from
Marshfield yesterday taking an in
spection of tho roads around Bandon
Wanted party to contract to cut
a couple of thousand tiers of wood
with drag saw. Inquiro at this of
Attorney C. B. Barrows of Co
quille was a Bandon vifiitor Wednesr
day night having buisness before
the city council.
J. C. Eggleston, circulation man
ager of the Marshfield Record is in
the city this week looking after the
interests of his paper.
O. A. Trowbridge and son, Spencer,
left on tho Elizabeth for San Fran
cisco where they will be for about 10
days on a combined plcasuro and bus
"Through Fire to Fortune or the
Sunken Village," in five big partu, a
marvelous picture worth coming
miles to see. Grand, Saturday, July
Mrs. F. S. Greenough entertained
a number f friends at a Five Hundren
party at hor home yesterday after
noon, the occasion being in honor of
Miss Spcddin, who is visitng Mrs.
Greenough. The afternoon was very
pleasantly spent and danly refresh
ments were served after cards. The
first prize was won by Mrs. C. It.
Wade and the consolation by Mrs. 1'.
Garouttc Bros. lost a valuable
horse this morning. The animal was
only six years old and was good and
sound. IIo was one of their regular
stage horses and will bo a great loss
to the boys.
Mrs. G. I. Lunisden of Troutwale,
Ore., is visiting with the Thos. An
derson family and other friends.
Mrs7 Lunisden will bo remembered
by many as Miss Bertha Wells, who
formerly visited hero.
Dr. II. M. Shaw of Marshfield, eye,
car, nose and throat specialist, will
be in Bandon at the Hotel Gallier on
tho arrival of tho morning boat from
Coquillo Wednesday, July 29th.
Glasses fitted. 55t4
The ladies of Seaside Circle, No.
CG2, Women of Woodcraft, will give
a basket social on Thursday cven
inging, July 23, at the K. of P. hall.
For tho benefit of those who cannot
bring a basket a lunch will be served.
Various amusement and games will
bo supplied for entertainment. Ev
erybody cordially invited.
E. W. Shettor is back in. the Ban
don Warehouse Co's office again, hnv
ing started in yesterday morning.
Mr. Shelter was formerly connected
with the company in tho same capa
plao was taken over by L. L. Bran
denberg, who has had charge of it
until Mr. Schetter started in again.
Mr. Shetter is a thorough warehfiuso
man and tho public will be assured
of every accomodation at his hands.
Received of Dippol & Wolverton
SlOOp.OO in full payment of policy
covering' loss in recent fire. D. M.
Received of Dipplo & Wolverton
$05 in full payment of policy cover
ing loss in recent fire. O. T. Teaney.
Received of Dippcl & Wolverton
182.00 in full payment of policy
covering loss in recent fire. Harry
Received of Dippel & Wolverton
$1000.00 in full payment of policy
covering loss in recent fire. Jami
son & Page.
Received of Dippel & Wolverton
$1200.00 in full payment of policy
covering loss in recent fire. Gus
Received of Dippel & Wolverton
?M2.:t4 in full payment of policy
covering loss in recent fire. Recorder
Insure with Dippel & Wolverton.
CHURCH OF THE BRETHERN
TO HOLD CONFERENCE
The district conferenco of Oregon
of the Church of the Brothern will
be held in Bandon next week. There
will be preaching every evening and
Wednesday, beginning at 9:00 a. m.,
until 5:00 p. m. an dThursday until
12:00 m. is the district conference.
Wednesday at 8:00 p. m. a mission
ary sermon will be delivered by the
best available talent in Oregon.
Thursday at 2:00 p. m. will bo a
ministerial meeting and at 8:00 a
Friday, 9 a. m., will be a Sunday
School meeting and Saturday even
ing the Love Feast.
These meetings are all public and
very instructive, especially the aux
There will be good singing and ev
erybody is invited.
NOTES FROM ALONG THE "
BANDON WATER FRONT
The Fifield sailed Tuesday evening
with 16,000 feet of cedar and 80 cords
of match wood, and three passengers':
II. A. Pearse, I. W. Farrcll and L. L.
Brandenburg. Tho Fifield will stop
at Eureka for a couple of days before
proceeding on tho San Francisco. '
Tho Elizabeth sailed Wednesday
evening with 245,000 feet of lumber,
157 tons of miscellaneuos freight and
tho following passengers: David
Miller, P. O. Lund, John Sutton, Ed
Sutton, Mrs. Geo. Reno, Zetta Gibson,
Mrs. C. C. Inman, Rudolph Schnei
ber, Harry L. Nelson, O. A. Trow
bridge, Spencer Trowbridge, Melvin
J. Kern, Victor Chapman, Geo. Vick
ers, John Nick, Ora Deyou. The Eliz
a both will probably leave San Fran
cisco for Bandon tomorrow night.
MARK O'CON WILL BUILD
ON MUD FLAT LOT SOON.
M. O'Con returned on the Fifield
frm San Francisco, whero ho had
been looking after business nfTairs
for a few days, and buying goods and
machinery for his new store which
he intends to open up in the near fu
ture. Mr. O'Con informs the Record
er that he expects to build on one of
his mud flat Its at once and will bo
open for business as soon as he can
get the building completed.
Either on Fourth Street or
Oregon Avenue, going south,
a gold breast-pin, with gold
cross attachod. Valued as a
keep-sake. Finder plcaso re
turn same to Mrs. Beyerlo or
this office and receive reward.
RIVER BOAT SCHEDULE
Coquille River Transportation Co.
Charm, leaves Bandon.... 0:15 a. m.
Dispatch, leaves Bandon. . 7:00 a. m.
Charm, leaves Bandon. .. .12:45 p. m.
Coquille, leaves Bandon. . 2:30 p. m.
Myrtle Point Transportation Co.
Dora, arrives from Myrtle Pt.ll a. m.
Dora, leaves for Myrtle Pt...l p. m.
Business Man Praises
Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy
Successful Merchant After Investigation
Found a Remedy That Re
stored, His Health.
"This Is Thanksgiving day In the
state of Pennsylvania, and I want to
devote a part or
It In mrltlug a
letter to you.
On tho 2Cth day
of November, '10,
I was stricken
called It Angina
Pectoris. I had
from one to five
attacks In 24
hours, In the
latter part of
I wrote to tho
Miles Medical Co., for Information con
cerning my case, and in reply I received
a very kind and Instructive letter,
which I handed to my family doctor,
and ho told mo to uso your Remedies
In connection with tho medicine he
gavo mc. so I did. I used flvo bottles
of Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy and seven
bottles of Dr. Miles' Nervlno. I was
contlsed to tho house for about four
months. Tho action of my heart Is
now, and has been normal for tho last
six months. I can truly recommend
Dr. Miles' Nervine and Heart Remedy
to do what they are Intended for. If
used according to directions. I thank
you kindly for your advlca In answor to
my monthly reports. I am now sixty
seven years of ago, havo been In tho
mercantile business for thlrty-Ilvo years
and lived retired for tho last thirteen
years." A. D. HOI. LINGER,
Dr. Milts' Heart Remedy It sold and
guaranteed by all druggists. io
MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind.
should be always worn by those born in July. Wo
carry a full assortment of these stones, in stock with
mountings to fit or have them set in your own jewelry.
$2.50 per carat and up
om roar or rice
Everard H. Boyle, Mgr. Diamond Sellers
Automobile and Machine
Bring yourjwork to the Garage and Machine
Shop. Everything done with neatness and
dispatch. Agent for Buick Automobiles.
M. D. SHERRARD, Bandon, Ore.
Readers of the Bandon j
Recorder, and Friends:
Special Bargains in Farm
Lands and City Property
5 SQUARE DEAL REALTY CO.
RECORDER JOB PRINTING
THE LAST DAY
The biggest sale ever held in Bandon will close July 22.
Have you taken advantage of it? If not the opportunity
is short and the prices will be lower than heretofore.
BANDON DRY GOODS CO.
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