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SEfol-WiMLV BANDON Ufedott DEft, Fl'UHIUY, SEIf. 22ND, 19U
and School Supplies
We carry a full line of both
,as we have always done.
Same building with Sabro Bros, jewelry store.
THE GRAND THEATRE
The best place to spend the evening
Lucille Love No. 14
The Girl of Mystery
As this fascinating story nears the end (No. 15 is
the last one) it becomes more and more mystyfying
This number contains thrills and action from start
Six Tousand feet films of Quality.
A two hour performance
ADMISSION 15c AND 10c
COMING NEXT FRIDAY "When Rome Ruled"
in five wonderful parts Eclectio Co.
9 LOCAL NEWS ITEAIS
M8. Georjjo Goisendorfer resumes
hor class In piano Soptemlier 11 3t.
I.. II. Irvino of Couuillu was In Pan
don Sunday calling on friendo.
Experienced nurso Mrs. II. IC
Jones. Leave card nt P. 0. tf.
J. G. I.eo and wife of Ilivcrton woro
in the city Saturday.
For Sale A l'etaluina incubator
of "52 ejrK capacity. Inquire W. T.
For Salt Lot with three room
house. Inquire at. this oflice. -38tf.
Lester It. Iliscon of North Beno
came over Saturday for a short vjsit.
Hay for sale, $11.00 per ton, at
Win. Hansen ranch, above Prosper.5t
Wanted Wood splitters, Coll at
this olTlce. tf.
II. L. Anderson wan in from hlf
ranch yesterday and made the He
corder oflice a pleasant call.
The Presbyterian ladies aid society
will meet nt the homo of Mrs. Abia
Harrows Wednesday nftemoon, Sept.
2!t. Visitors welcome.
Boyle Jewelry Co.
offer to you the
Hamilton Watch f
Which stands alone
Better than the res 4
Cur silverware assortment is entirely complete.
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IIIBIMI (HI l-HWrul a
Kvrrd II. Moyjw, Mfti)ft(n
Wi curry no mcjupmhU,
The Randolph sailed yesterday for
Port Orford with a cargo of flour,
feed and other miscellaneous freight.
Alpha Restaurant, first class meals
at all hours. Home made bread, pies,
cookies, cakes, etc. ti.
Fred Harvey and George Moland
left yesterday for the Sixes river on
a hunting and camping expedition.
M.. White came up from Port Or
ford yesterday to look after business
For Sale Fine l)uck sheep, one
halfhalf Shorpshire. C. G. Fahy,
phone, Farmers G3. 72t2x
Geo. W. Itradbridgc of Coquille was
in the city Saturday looking after bus
Wendyl Wedlock of Coquille came
down Saturday to look after business
For Rent Twelve room house on
Garfield Avenue. Inquiro at resi
dence of Mrs. J. W. Felter. C5t8x.
For Sale Seventy-five tons of rye
grass hay at $10.00 per ton. E. D.
Myors, phono Farmers 43x3. 05tl0x
Any school teachers desiring fur
nished house-keeping rooms call nt
the Recorder oflice. G9tl N
Anyone wanting to preservo cab
bage see Pete or Petroni D. on the
Township Lino road south of Itnn-
Tomatoes delivered nt Myrtle Point
at fiOc per box. Kiffer, Clairgeau and
Anjou penrs at 75c per box. Farm
ers phone 30. Peter Axe, Bridge, Or.
Wanted Lady boarder who would
appreciate homc-liko surroundings
nnd moderate charge. Address K
Recorder or call at this office.
E. C. Drown, manager of the C003
Hay Homo Telephone Co., camo over
from Mnrshfield yesterday to look
nftor business In connection with tho
local telephono exchange
B. R. Keller of Marshfield came ov
er to Bandon on business yesterday.
W. II. Mann came over from North
Does Loubcque marry Lucille Love?
See the next series at the Grand, Wed
nesday, Sept. 23.
Dr. S. C. Endicott, dentist, has
moved into the new Ellingson build
vDon't fail to see the spectacular
play in live actr, "When Rome ltul
ed." Crand theatre nextF ridny, Sept.
For Sale A complete agate graind
ing, sawing and polishing machine,
(less power). First check for $25.00
takes the machine f. o. b. Myrtle Creek
Address Kitt Ackert, Myrtle Creek,
J. Christain Haberly left yester
day for Albany where he will nttend
Albany College. "Christio" Haber
ly made the Bandon High School
course in three years so that he en
ters Albany as a regular freshman.
Mrs. W. E. Anglin and two chil
dren, who have been visiting in Ban
don for about six weeks left on tho
Elizabeth for their homo at Oakland,
Californa. Mrs. Anglin was a form
er resident of Bandon.
BRAND NEW STOCK
New Styles and Best Qualities at the
Lowest Prices at O'Con's. Opposite
Grand Theatre. Satisfaction abso
lutely guaranteed. Shoe repairing
neatly done by modern machinery.
Mrs. J. A. Allen, daughter Fay and
son Wayne, who have been spending
a couple of months with Mr. Allen
left on the Geo. W. Elder for their
home at Seattle. Mrs. Allen is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Baker.
M. F. Shoemaker, who had the mis
fortune to let a trap door fall on his
foot about a week ago is able to be
about on crutches .now and says he
will be as good as ever again in a few
See Dlpplo & Wulvorton for ab
stracting, conveyancing, flro and jilatt
glass Insurance, fidelity and surety
bonds. Notary public In oflku, Op
poxiU the Postoflko, Phone 33, tf,
Mm. M. F. KIiih'IiiuIut and imp
how, Oliver rllmemukor, who Uuvo
wun vliltliiK Mr. Hhowmuktir' utlo
r, N. II. finillli, during I In. MuiJ
IIJihm, un on tiiu HllruMli for
Ihulr Iioiiui u Uukjuinl, t?lf. Mr.
HnM li iiiii'iDiliiK Ji'jvy ititi bom
tar lili mantels hmmv mw
Attorney Thos. F. Haggcrty has
moved hi3 law ofllco from tho Mc
Nair building to the First Nntional
Bank Building, where lie has larger
quarters to accomodate his increas
J. C. Baker, manager of the Ban
don Creamery, says that business in
tho creainory business is picking up
nicely now since tho rains have
started and he expects a rushing bus
iness for tho next month or six weeks.
E. B. Thrift's big four-horse team
was compelled to turn nround and
come bnck to Bandon last Friday on
account of tho bridge south of the
Richcrt place being under water.
The bridge has been repaired now
and regular traffic has been resumed.
The Prosper school will open the
first Monday in October. Prof. Roy
A. Giles, who was principal last year
will be at the head again the coming
year. Mr. Giles has returned with
his family from their vacation trip
to their ranch near Olalln, Ore.
For Sale Three and one-half acres
rfood land, mstly cleared and in cul
tivation, fine garden, good six room
house, good well, partly fenced, IVt
miles southeast of Postofllco. A snap
at $8.00. Also 10 acres IVj miles from
Postofllco, some good timber, nt $00
per acre. Dlpplo & Wolverton. tf.
Harry King, who has been em
ployed nt tho Central WarehoiiRo for
noma time, hurt'hlH leg n few dayn
ago, which has developed Into it rase
of blood polHoning, but It in hoped it
will not provo surlous, Earl Wat
kin U tutting hU pluru ut tho wnrn-hoimo.
Mr. uni Mr. IMhit Jlmmon, a
uimly inurrM t'ouplu from Dim Tn
inllu lounlry, miv upviiilliiK llivlr lion
vymoon u( (he J, It, I'd )mm In Hit
flly. T)i liJMc fonmy him
lilwjudjw KuviihjH h'w t Mr. uui
Hri I'ub Mr, I'mmi) ii it i'jittj'w
Automobile and Machine
firing yourVork to the Garage and Machine
Shop. Everything done with neatness and
dispatch. Agent for fitiick Automobiles.
M. D. SHERRARD, Bandon, Ore.
run nip e 'iiiujjjv liissjiJusasriasssKyitBfig,: m- r hiwt
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.
G. E. W I L S O N
; 'All kinds of light and heavy work. Horses scientif
; ically shod. Deformities remedied. Bring in your
I cripples and get their feet adjusted by a man that
: knows a foot-rCarl Clifford, the scientific horse
: shoer. Tie checkers, splitting mauls, and all kinds
: of tie makers tools. All work guaranteed right.
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
J S. S. BREAKWATER
ALWAYS ON TIME
From Portland Every Tuesday at 8:00 P. M.
From Coos Bay Every Saturday at Service
of the Tide.
Confirm sailings through M. F. Shoemaker, Bandon
A. O Mills
Good Lots in Azalea Park, 525 Down and $10 per
month. Bargain in Business Lot on First Street.
Rates $1.00 to $2.00 per day.
Special rates by weokdr month
Sample room in connection
H. T. WOl.VliKTUN II C DII'I'KL.
(!oos County AleamrOppoiiunily See Bandon First I
DIPPEL & WOLVERTON
(JHOICH FARM LANDS AND CITV I'ROPERTV
I'l'di INNUIUNCtt (ill V IHI'I'VI, CONVIJVAKQKH
l MAN DON n