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SEMLWEktV BANDON RfiCOflDER, FRIDAY, OCT. 2ND, 1914.
The famous Charter Oak line
up free of charge any stove
costing Over $6.50
I SEE OUR LINE BEFORE)
WE WILL SAVE YOU
FHE GRAND THEATRE
Always a good show
The PERILS OF PAULINE will be shown at 7;45
before the curtain goes up. Seats now on sale at
Boyle's Jewelry Store. ADULTS 50c CHILDREN 25c
Boyle Jewelry Co.
offer to you the
Which stand nlone
Cur silverwnru nisorlment i entirely comphitu
InsUt on "Lnurol''
0 to $ 1 7.00
r Hdw. Co.
The Exposition Musical 4
Comedy Co. will appear
in the Cast
An entertaining Perfor
mance each night.
Latest Song Hits
A splendid Chorus nicely
Better than the rest I
SIM. NIGHT, :
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VVI WMI M I t
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Experienced nurse Mrs. II. K.
Jones. Leave card at P. O. tf.
For Sale Lot with three room
house. Inquire at this office. 38tf.
Wanted Wood snlilccrs. Coll at
this offiee. tf.
Hav for sale. S11.00 nor ton. at
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.1 III. m.ltjiovil lllllt.ll, uuuvu x iuajfciiuv
I Mrs. George Geisendorfer resumes
! her class in piano September 14 3t.
Alpha Restaurant, first class meals
at all hours. Home made bread, pies,
cookies, cakes, etc. tt.
For Sale Fine buck "sheep, one
halfhalf Shorpshire. C. G. Fahy,
phone, Farmers 03. 72t2x
For Rent Twelve room house on
Garfield Avenue. Inquire at resi
dence of Mrs. J. W. Felter. C5t8x.
For Sale Seventy-five tons of rye
Krass hay at $10.00 per ton. E. D.
Myers, phone Farmers 43x3. 05tl0x
Any school teachers, desiring, fur
nished house-keeping rooms call at
the Recorder office. C9t l
Soo Dipple & Wolverton for ab
stracting, conveyancing, firo and plato
glass insurance, fidelity and surety
bonds. Notary public in office. Op-
For Sale A completo agate graind
ing, sawing and polishing machine,
(less power). First check for $25.00
takua tlio machine f. o. b. Myrtle Creek
Address Kltt Ackert, Myrtle Creek,
Mm. William Cnmllln has received
word of tlm imirrliigo of Mm llertlm
1'niinfU CVinlogiiv lo W. T. MeKeiimi,
wliieb tuuli plai'n at 1'Jfunuiit Mount,
., hh Mit. t. It will Iw (Hiieni)'
ImmmJ Uml Im VnUnua wn uho i(
tlw li4im nnm Jjwt ymr. HIim huh
mmmd B0tkt tat lid pmr, 11 hI
m Im 4mti -imttf Uip
Mtm4 fmdmOtHka WmuU.
Couldn't See the Joke.
"My wife and I enmo nearly having
a quarrel on where wo should spend
our honeymoon,' snid the young man
who had not been long married. "But
It was settled by amicable compromise..
Just as I hope all our trilling disagree
ments will be settled.
"You Bee, 1 could get only n month
off. She wanted to go to tlio seashore,
and I wanted to go to tlio mountains.
Finally I suggested that we spend two
weeks at the slioro and two In the
mountains. She thought It over for a
minute and then gave In. very sweetly.
And now she says It was a posltlre
Inspiration. Sho was having a bully
time at the shore, but she refused to
stay a single day nftcr our tltno was
"flow many new dresses did sue have
In her wardrobe?" asked an Interested
"Why er fourteen. I think. But
what's that got to do with It? Why.
darn you fellows, what are you all
laughing at?" Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Somebody's Golden Deod.
Somebody did a golden deed,
rrovliiR himself a friend In need.
Somebody saws n cheerful sons,
Prlght'nlni; the Bkles tho whole dny long
Wns thnt somebody yon?
Homebody thought 'tis sweet to live,
Willingly said, "I'm Bind to glvo."
Somebody fought a vallnnt light,
nravely he lived to shield tho right.
Wns thnt somebody yon 7
Somebody Idled nil tho hours,
Carelessly crushed llfo's fnlrest Mowers.
Somebody mndo llfo loss, not gnln,
Thoughtlessly seemed to llvo In vnln.
Wns that somebody you?
Somebody filled tho day with light.
Constantly chased nway tho night.
Somebody's wnrlt boru Joy nnd pence.
Surely his llfo shall never censo.
Wns that somebody you?
What's In a Name?
Corporal Mieozyslaw Smlalkowskl
formerly served In the quartermaster
corps at tho Presidio of San Kranelsco
under Major K. J. Hamilton.
One day Major Hampton had n hart
cold nnd sneezed frequently, and that
day Corporal Mleczyslaw went Into
Major Hampton's olllce nbout ten times
nnd asked that ofllcer If he hadn't call'
ed him when he hadn't.
A iiitiii with a bud cold Isn't apt to be
lu the best of humors, and the eleventh
tjnie tho corporal appeared without be
ing called the major was mad clear
"Doggone It. corporal," ho snapped,
"I've got a holy terror of t cold, and If
you persist In coming In bore every time
f sneeze becnuso you think I'm trying
to pronounce your fool name I'll haw
you up before a summary court If It's
the Inst act 1 do before I sneeze myself
to death." Sun Francisco Chronicle.
MAN'S TWO MINDS.
To Make an Evenly Balanced Person
Both Must Be Used.
Expounding a theory that man has
two minds, or a double consciousness
objective nnd subjective Mgr. Benson
has compared the two activities to an
upper nnd n lower room separated by
a trapdoor. Dreams are duo to tho
subjective consciousness working with
out check from tlio objective conscious
ness. Tho mnn who usually claims to havo
an evenly , balanced mind Is the one
who has shut the trapdoor and re
mains In tho upper room, and those who
havo closed tho trapdoor and remain
In tho lower rooms are commonly
found In lunatic asylums. ' i
The man of really even balanco either
remains between tho two rooms or
keeps tho trapdoor well oiled.
Napoleon, in tho lower room, con-
ceived Ideas for ruling Europe and In
the upper room put his Ideas Into prac-1
tlce; Itapbael created combinations of
colors and then expressed them on can
vas, and Beethoven In the lower room '
composed his sonatas and In the upper
room reproduced tho notes on paper.
Tho events of childhood nro remark
ably clear In tho recollection of very
old people, though present happenings
are forgotten. This may be explained
by the decay of the objective conscious
ness, nnd It Is curious that as this de
cays tho subjective consciousness bo
comes more acute. New York Press.
Mission of the Fuse When the Wires
"Another short circuit!"
Ono of the commonest reports heard
In all electrical works,
A "short circuit" means that tho elec
tric wires havo become crossed or
connected so as to form n bypath or
shunt of comparatively low resistance,
through which so much of the elec
trical current passes as practically to
cut out that part of the circuit through
which tho current originally Mowed, lu
other words, a "short circuit" lias re
placed tho normal circuit, which may
be coiihldercd a long circuit The cul
ling out of tho rcKlstaiico of the long
lino permits lm power to rush over
tills path of low resUI'ince, mid If tho
apparatus were not protected by tho
fuse or rlreiill breuker tho elistrleal
miu'liliiery would do jUelf serious burin.
'I'd pri'vciil serious I'flVrtu from mcl
denial kIioii Hindis of electric lllilng
wire In building ii "fiuo" l lliu'llnl
III llm i lrenll Jut Inside Dm Imlldluir
III VUHH M mill IT MHII" I'lll'T fulllnu
iihh't l"rl -lwill Din iilinlrj Mire
III (bo iwiim lid tuu Wmlll 'iuiiii
I), mis' l mil Hint HirH llf vimH
MmH,W Mill I III WUMly sUMI flW
thrmuh I' wiim in Urn imu null)
jhw "sliwl" Jm Ikumji iui) Ph'l ivf'
Automobile and Machine
Bring yourjwork to the Garage and Machine
Shop. Everything done with neatness and
dispatch. Agent for Buick Automohiles.
M. D. SHERRARD, Bandon, Ore.
The mill is down but I'm
stiil on the job, ready to
furnish you with a sky
scraper or a chicken
coop. GEO, W. MOORE LUMBER CO.
G. E. WILSON.
All kinds of light and heavy work. Horses scientif-
ically shod. Deformities remedied. Bring in your
cripples and get their feet adjusted by a man that
knows a foot Carl Clifford, the scientific horse
X shoer. Tie checkers, splitting mauls, and all kinds
or tie makers tools.
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
S. S. BREAKWATER
ALWAYS ON TIME
From Porlland Every Tuesday at 8:00 P. M.
From Coos Bay Every Saturday at Service
of Hie Title.
Confirm sailings through Bandon Warehouse Co.
frKTS- arc-re JSHi
Good Lots in Azalea Parle, $25 Down and $10 per
month. Bargain in Business Lot on First Street.
Rates $1.00 to $2.00 per day.
Special rates by week or month
Sample room in connection
N. T. WOI.VUHTOV II C. WJ'I'EL
Coos County Meniw Opportunity See Bandon First
DIPPEL & WOLVERTON
CHOICE FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY
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All work guaranteed right.
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