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SEMMVEEkLV BAKdON RECORDER, f UESDAY, OCT. 13T1I, 1914
Henry Grady of Marshflcld is in!
the city on business today.
Automobile and Machine
T. M. Dimmick of Coquille was in
tlie city yesterday.
E. 15. Gehrko of Marshfiold, con
tractor and architect, is In the city
Bring yoiir'work to the Garage and Machine
Shop. Everything done with neatness and
dispatch. Agent for Buiclc Automobiles.
M. D. SHERRARD, Bandon, Ore.
today on business.
Clco Madison is the heroine in the
Trey 0' Hearts see the first story
Thursday, Oct 22 at the Grand.
The famous Charter Oak line
Ranging in Price
1.60 to $17.00
We will deliver and set
up free of charge any stove
costing Over $6.50
SEE OUR LINE BEFORE! YOU BUY I
WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY
McNair Hdw. Co
THE GRAND THEATRE
Any night in the week our pvojrram represents quality that will
4 please the most fastidious.'
WHEN AT A LOSS HOW TO ENTERTAIN YOUR I'KIENDS IN- I
VITE THEM TO THE GRAND. WE OFFER THE UNEXCEI.L- I
EI) SERVICE OF THE GENERAL FILM COMI'ANY.
W atch for Our Big Features
l NEXT SUNDAY NIGHT WE PRESENT THE KLAW & ER-
i LANGER WORLD FAMOUS COMEDY DRAMA SUCCESS
4 IN THREE PARTS. A REAL FEATURE WI I'll A IUG PUNCH
Coming Thursday, Oct. 22
THE FIRST INSTALLMENT OF THE GREAT SERIAL STORY
The Trey O-Hearts
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Experienced nurse Mrs. II. K.
Jones. Leave card at P. O. tf.
For Salt Lot with three room
house. Inquire at this oflice. H8tf.
Wanted Wood splitters. Coll at
this office. tf.
Hay for sale, $11.00 per ton, at
Win. Hansen ranch, ahove Prospcr.5t
Mrs. George Geiscndorfer resumes
hor class in piano September 14 3t.
The next issue of the Telephone Directory noes T
to press about October, 15, 1914. Advertising space I
for sale. Make your reservations for space in it.
For particulars write or call.
COOS BAY HOME TELEPHONE CO.
I D01ETC COFFEE HOUSE I
Opened for business again in
the Red Front Building on First
Street. Menl nt nil hours day
or nielli. You known you always
Kttl nonwilhintf o(l to ,jhI at
Alpha Restaurant, first class meals
at all hours. Home made bread, pies,
cookies, cakes, etc. tr.
For Sale Fine buck sheep, one
halfhalf Shorpshire. C. G. Fahy,
phone, Farmers C3. 72t2x
For Rent Twelve room house on
Garfield Avenue. Inquire at resi
dence of Mrs. J. W. Felter. G5t8x.
For Sale Seventy-five tons of rye
Kiass hay at $10.00 per ton. E. D.
Myers, phone Farmers 43x3. G5tl0x
Dr. S. C. Endicott, dentist, has
moved into the new ElliiiBson build
For Sale A Petaluma incubator
of 252 ckb capacity. Inquire W. T.
Found On the Handon wharf, a
Jady'a fur. Owner can have same by
calling nt this oflice, proving property
nnd puyinj; tv this ud.
See Dlpplo & Wolvorlon for lib.
Hirudin, couvuynnclnjf, firu ami jiluto
k1uh iiimirniiru, fidelHy and nurt'ly
bond. Notary public In olllco. Op.
J'ir Kulo 'J'liite uinl onu'liulf usru
Hm luml, tiuUy tilwrvi) and In ru
IIvhIIou, (hiu Kmli, Kl ix room
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Have a heart see the Trey O
Hearts the groat problem play, first
installment at the Grand Thursday,
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Rob
ison, Saturday, October 10th, a fine
baby girl, weighing seven pounds.
F. N. Perkins underwent an oper
ation at Emergency Hospital this
morning and up to this time is re
ported getting along nicely.
T. C. Griffith has been' laying off
for a few days as the result of get
ting a finger badly mashed at his
sawmill east of the city.
Robt. Watson, candidate for coun
ty clerk on the Republican ticket,
was in the city yesterday looking af
ter his political interests.
Read the first story of the Trey O'
Hearts in the Recorder Tuesday, Oct.
20 issue. See the pictures at the
Grand Thursday, Oct. 22.
Assessor T. J. Thrift and A. I!.
Collier, Democratic candidate for
county clerk, were in Bandon Satur
day in the interests of Mr. Collier's
A. Harris, a former Coquille res
taurant keeper, is being looked for
by the police of Coos Bay, where he
is alleged to have passed a number
of bad checks.
"The Billionaire" a Klaw & Er
langer feature production in three
parts produced at the famous Bio
graph studios in New York City. At
the Grand next Sunday, October 18.
The rose for love, the card for death
in The Trey of Hearts, tho great
est serial motion picture story. First
episode at the Grand in 3 reels,
Thursday, Oct. 22.
Miss Gladys Murphy underwent an
operation for appendicitis at Emer
gency Hospital yesterday morning.
She came out of tho operation all
right and is getting along nicely.
JuflVrson Owenby, who lived near
tho Prosper cannery, died at his home
last Wednesday. Mr. Owenby was
51 years old and bad been ill with
consumption for somo time. He
leaves a wife and family. The fun
eral services were conducted by Rev.
J. Spencer Tilton on Friday, and in
terment wns at Prosper.
A non-partisan meeting at Marsh
field, called to endorse tho candidacy
of Fred Hollistcr for congress, broke
up in a row last week. The meeting
was called to bo held in tho Marsh
field Chamber of Commerce, but some
of the members of that body threat
ened to give up their membership if
the rooms were used for that purpose.
The meeting was finally held in the
The Pythian Sisters will hold a
"Harvest Ball" at tho Dreamland pa
villion on Saturday, October 31.
John R. Miller and wife arrived in
fllandon Sunday from Port Orfonl, in
their Ford automobile, Mr. Miller
recently sold Ills Port Orford store
to P. II. Poole and John McKunzIo,
and Mr. and Mrs. Miller are now on
(heir way to Southern California,
whore they expect to bjioihI the win
ter. Thoy will whip their var on the
next trip of tho Elizabeth anil ox
p.mt to Nail In it (aw iluyti on oii
bout from Coo Day.
IriK ywl!)K mi '"!!)ijjk hjhiJiIiui.
Um mwh Hnl limk la)' man
i ne mm is clown
still on the job, ready to
furnish yon with a sky
scraper or a chicken?
GEO, W. MOORE LUMBER GO.
f -S V V il l! N V A
G. E. WILSON
'?' All In'nrlc! rif lto'lif nnrl linnm urmOr T-Tmcre emnnli-f v
ically shod. Deformities remedied. Bring in your
cripples and get their feet adjusted by a man that X
knows a foot Carl Clifford, the scientific h orse
shoer. Tie checkers, splitting mauls, and all kinds &
?; of tie makers tools. All work guaranteed right, f.
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
S. S. BREAKWATER
ALWAYS ON TIME
From For! land Every Tuesday at 8:00 P. M.
From Cotis Bay Every Saturday at Service
of the Tide.
Confirm sailings through Handon" Warehouse Co.
Good Lots in Azalea Park, $25 Down and S10 per
month. Bargain in Business Lot on First Street. 1
Rates $1.00 to $2.00 per day.
Special rales by wcekormonth
Sample room in connection
K. T. WOI.VBHTON II. C UU'VKL
Coos County Meaim Opportunity See Bandon Iirst
DIPPEL & WOLVERTON
CIIOICB FARM LANDH AND CITY PROPERTY
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