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LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Automobile and Machine
Bring yourwork to the Garage and Machine
bhop. Everything done with neatness and
dispatch. Agent for Buick Automobiles.
M. D. SHERRARD, Bandon, Ore.
A. Greer, of Weddcrburn, was in
the city Saturday.
H. A. Edlin, of Gold Beach, was n
Bandon visitor Saturday.
The famous Charter Oak line
N. C. McLeod, of North Bond, was
in the city on business Saturday.
in J rice
.60 to $17.00
We will deliver and set
up free of charge any stove
costing Over $6.50
OUR LINE BEFORE) YOU BUY
WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY
Attorney J. Tom Hall of Marsh-
field is in the city on legal business.
Attorney W. C. Chase came down
from Coquillo last night on legal bus
Mrs. A. II. Manwarinir came ui
from Langlois yesterday to do sonic
Captain Ellincson of Rivcrton has
been in the city for a couplo of days
.T. A. Allen, of North Bond, was ov
cr from North Bend Saturday .Satur
day on business.
Victor-Victrolas, Edison Disc Talk-
T I mg Machines and Records. Your in
spection invited. baliro Bros.
Grover Smith and wife have come
ing from the oil well and arc staying
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chns
McNair Hdw. Co
Featurea worth seeing
: 1 , 1 rr. .
j The Trey O' Hearts
THIS INTENSELY FASCINATING SVOKY WILL HE SHOWN
THURSDAY, OCT. 29
i READ THE SECOND STORY OF "THE TREY O HEARTS ON
ANOTHER rA(!U OI' THIS ISSlMi AM) .Slili THE I'lCTURKS
4 CO.MING FRIDAY, VITAGRAPH HROADWA Y STAR FEATURE
IN SIX REELS
A THRILLING STORY OF WAR! WAR! WAR! GREATEST
FEATURE EVER SHOW. DON'T FAIL TO SEE THIS MAS-
TERI'IECE AT TH EGRAND NEXT FRIDAY EVENING.
Armstrong Has Made Good
County Commissionc Geo. J. Arm
strong, who is the republican candi
date for re-election, has made an ex
cellent record during his term of of
fico and has been especially effeitivo
in getting things for this end of the
county. Mr. Armstrong lias done
more substantial work than any com
missioner in a number of years and
his record will bear inspection at all
times. Voters should not forget this
fact when they cast their ballot on
November 3rd. A vote for Armstrong
is n vote for progress. Paid Adv.
Peter Loggio was over frop North
Rend Saturday shaking hands with
old friends and looking after busi
Mrs. Pcmbcrton, of Langlois, form
crly Miss Ivy Lnglois, is spending a
few days visiting the Galliers and oth
er relatives here.
E. C. Drews, manager of the Coos
Bay Home Telephone Co., came over
from Marshfield today to look after
business of the company.
J. C. Eggleston, circulation mana
ger of the Marshlield Record, came
over today in the interests of his pa
per. He is accompanied by Mrs. Eg
II. Sabro returned Thursday even
ing from Portland, where he had been
on n business trip. He purchased a
large stock of jewelry for his fall and
With now shipments of shoes and
gent's furnishings continuously ar
riving, I am now quite cady to please
every man, woman and child, if fine
styles, best qualities and low prices
will do it. Shoo repairing in connec
ton. At O'Con's, opposite Grand
The next issue of the Telephone Directory (joes i
to press about October, 15, 1914. Advertising space 0
for sale. Make your reservations for space in it. ',,
For particulars write or call.
COOS HAY HOME TELEPHONE CO.
Readers of the Bandon
Recorder, and Friends:
Special Bargains in Farm
Lands and City Property
SQUARE DEAL REALTY GO.
Wood for SaK
Split Fir, $3.G0 for two tiers; split
pine, ?I1.00 for two tiers; pine blocks
$2.50 for two tiers.. S. I). Kblley. tf
For Sale Pure blooded registered
American Fox Hound puppies. $15.00
each, malo or female. Address W. S.
Snyder, Bandon, Oregon. 78t8x
Lost Small pocket-book on Fourth
Street between Bluir Street and Edi
son Avenue. Reward for return to
Red Crain Drug Store.
Gooil pasturo for u few head of
cattlo at $1.25 per month, at Ledger
wood place. C. H. Chandler 82tf.
Alpha RosUiurant, first class meals
at all bourn. Homo niado broad, pics,
cookies, cokes, otc tt,
Dr. 8. C. Eudicott, dmitlnt, linn
moved into thu now Klliiipioii build
For Huhi-A JVliiluijiu Umhulor
of 262 cut' 0iimuJy, JihjuIi V. T.
i'fr !!ul-itt'i!ij mm Imm, ltm
lltmiMLi mms Mm. U, III
Win. Candlin, representing the Pa
cific Paper Co:, J. K. Gill & Co. and
other Portland wholesale houses, was
down from Coquillo Monday calling
on his customers.
The beautiful weather Sunday en
ticed hundreds of people down on the
beach, and many many picnic parties
and strollers lirod Hie beach from
morning until night.
James Watson, our popular county
elork, and candidate on the Republi
en ticket for county judge, was in
the city for a couple of days, look
ing after the interests of his campaign.
Attorney T. F. Haggerty and wife
and baby will leave next week for a
visit to Mr. Haggerty's home in Nc'w
York City, and will be gono some
where between thrco and six months,
returning to Bandon in the Spring.
II. W. Donahue, proprietor of
"Donney's" restaurant, loft Sunday
for Lakcport, whore he will enjoy
three or four days hunting and fish
ing. "Donncy" will be in fmiliar
haunts, ns he operated a restaurant
in Lakcport during the boom thcro
four years ago.
Joseph Hattus, a local plummor,
suffered an attack of heart trouble,
duo to acoholic access, yestorday
morning and is now under the doctors
care. Hattus, who is subject to those
nttacks, was standing in front of the
Sgario, when of a wudden ho pitched
headlong into the street nnd lay un-
concioiis for some time.
J. H. Meyers returned Friday noon
from Seattle and Sedro Wooley,
WuhIi., where ho had boon for about
Mix months, Mr. Moyora wui running
ii rttniirunl at Sedro Wooley, ml ws
with C. !. True in Seattlu for a taw
ihiyri. Mr. Tme is now in AIumIu
where he U working in u iouiIIioumu,
mid him n very good jhikIUoii. Mr.
Meyers will locale again In lluiulmi.
Sam Says: I
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.
Rates $1.00 to $2.00 per day.
Special rates by weokornionth
Sample room ir connection
E. T. WOLVERTON H. C. DIPPEL
Coos County Maxim Opportunity Sec Bandon First
DIPPEL & WOLVERTON
J CHOICE FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY i
fitiv. tn.qmi? Awru
.5. NOTARY PUBLIC
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Opened for business again in
the Red Front Building on First
Street. Meals at all hours day
or night. You known you always
get something good to eat at
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BANDON TRANSFER CO.
I Gatcbell Brothers, Props.
E AN kinds of heavy and liirlit dravinir. Phono ordnra
: ivun prompt allonlion. Harn corner Firnt & Edi-
j; Hon, Fi'kIi J'rojierty. .'i'elephone (ill,
The Recorder can do
your job printing.