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About Semi-weekly Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1910-1915 | View This Issue
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Vlctor-Vlctrolas, Edison Disc Talk
inn Machines and Records. Your in
spection invited. Snbro Bros.
Automobile and Machine
Bring your-work to the Garage and Machine
Shop. Everything done with neatness and
dispatch. Agent for Buick Automobiles.
M. D. SHERRARD, Bandon, Ore.
Mrs. Eva Z. Crocket and son of
Coquille were in Bandon over nipht
last night on their way to Wcdder
burn whore they go to visit friends.
A. E. Adelspergcr of Marshfield, is
in the city on business today. Mr.
Adelspergcr is C. A. Smith's head
The famous Charter Oak line
Ranging in Price
c di ?
We will deliver and set
up free of charge any stove
costing Over $6.50
SEE OUR LINE BEFORE! YOU BUY
WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY
r Hdw. Co.
Monte .1. Wax, who has been con
ducting tho sale at the Bandon Dry
Goods Coj but is now conducting an
other sale at Coquille, was in the city
Milton Cox returned Saturday from
Brookings, where he had bear. forborne
t'me. He waa also in California
while fway. Tl, -eport? that condi
tions look i,uito i.ood at Brookings,
THE BEST PLACE TO SPEND THE EVENING
Special Attractions Coming
"The Trey 0'
A'lan Law and Rose are being pursued by Seneca
Trine and his gang Allen and Rose escape on a
hand car The special Train collides with a freight
A terrific smash up results.
SHOWN NEXT THURSDAY, DEC. 24th
Six Reels of
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Miss Lund of Coquille was a Ban
don visitor Saturday.
Dinner 25e at Aadorsoit's Restau
A. Johnson, of Marshfield, was in
thee ity on business Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Fox wore up
from Port Orford Sunday.
It. J. Thurston was over from
Marshfield on business Saturday.
Boyle Jewelry Co.
LATEST AND MOST UP-TO-THE-MINUTE
Jeweliy, Military and Toilet Sets,
Cut Glass and Silverware
ManirnrA ute in satin 1,,K(, l)OXes or ilulu"
lTlalULUlG ueld vidual pices separate. : : : : :
ALL ENGRAVING FREE
A Pendant, Bracelet, Necklace or Cameo for Her.
A Tie Clasp, Vest Chain, Signet Ring or Fob for Him
We can also suggest many other
One chance on (lie $100,00 Diamond King and the $50,00 Diamond
Ring FH KK willi n ny $1.00 pun hate. Diamond Itingt duplayd iu our
Dinner 25c at Anderson's Restau
C. H. Curtis of Marshfield is In
the city calling on his customers.
Wanted Girl to do general house
work. Apply of Mrs. J. ,T. Sullivan.
James Quigley of Port Orford was
in tho city Sunday.
Wanted Girl to do general house
work. Apply of Mrs. J. T. Sullivan.
Dinner 2fic nt Anderson's Restau
Tho Bandon schools cloned last Fri
day for the holiday vacation and
will open ngain Monday, January 4.
Roll Anderson went up to the See
ley & Anderson camp Saturday where
he expects to remain for som etime.
Hand decorated china and numer
ous other dainty gifts for Christinas
at Morrison's, 210 First Street W.
Miss Kato Chutliiirn has tnken a
position with the Boyle Jewelry Com
pany during the holidays.
The Hotel Gallier will servo Christ
mas dinner December 2.r)th from 5:.'!0
to 7:30 p. in.
J. W. Itowey is over from Murli
fleld today looking after IiiinIiiusm affair,
H. H, JiiIiiimiii of (he Joliiifcou J.uin
liur Company, mid 11 iiii'inhur of tho
tiiiiinti.iiii d( tliti J 'oil of lluiidon,
wan hi thu itily on mU)n Hulunlwy-
'or t Two my u( IhmUm
ilnml JiujiipvuMiI mit, tW), lx
iw mil Intuitu dlwwirt tit ir tHt'
Chas. Bowman relumed home from
Coquille Sunday where ho has been
doing jury duty. His work as a jur
or will begin again on January 4th.
when the Circuit Court will open its
There will be special music at tho
Catholic church Christmas morning at
10:30 o'clock when an especially train
ed choir will render Farmer's Mass
in B flat. The public is very cor
Missos Erma and I'calo Craiao who
are students of the Oregon Agricul
tural College at Corvallis, arrived
home Sunday evening to spend their
Christmas vacation with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 13. Craino.
If you are interested in buying
ianos see Sabro Brothers. Good
ianos from $325 up to $1200, deliv
ered before Christmas, and sold on
terms if desired; 9Gt4.
The mill is clown but I'm
.still on the job, ready to
furnish you with a sky
scraper or a chicken
coop. GEO. W. MOORE LUMBER CO.
" '-jajj- u..;r'Bil.w.,T-r,T
"What are you so pleased about?"
"Dr. Pohl fitted me with Rhudon
lenses and they arc sure O. K. Pohl
ii very reasonable in charges Go and
'see Mm Wednesdays or Saturdays at
Sabro Bros." tf
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Russel, formerly
of Beaver Hill, who have been visit
ing with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sullivan
in Bandon several times and who an;
quite well known here, have taken an
apartment in Marshfield and will
spend thew inter there. Mr. Russell
is manager of tho coal mines at Bea
Tho Thimble Club, at its last meet
ing for this year held at the home of
Mrs. J. Jones, o nOcean Drive, elect
ed officers for the coming year and
set their next meeting for the first
Thursday in January at the home of
Mrs. Win, Legorc. Mrs. Herbert
Brown was chosen to head the club
during the next twelve months, with
Mrs. Abia Barrows as vice president,
Mrs. Huffbcnder, secretary; Mrs. J.
Jones, treasurer, and Mrs. E. Lcwin,
Then Were Othe
He waa a ratlier pmverln jotinn
mau, anJ he bnd proposed to a bran
tifnl Kill something like a dozMi times,
and on each occasion the answer had
been a negative one. Still lie persever
ed, and one ulfilit on a moonlight walk
with tlie oft south wind blowing
cnresslujjiy ho once more started to
tell her of his wondrous love.
"Delia, dear," ho tenderly remarked
throwing away his cigarette to give
his eloquence further play, "there Is
something that I must tell yon beforo
wo return Von have heard It before,
"Look here. Jimmy." Impatiently In
terrupted tho beautiful girl, "how
many more times are you going to nsli
me to marry you?"
'Not many. I guess, Pelln. dear."
answered tho young man with great
frankness. "One of the other threo
girls that I am proposing Hi Is begin
ning to show slgtu or weakening."
Philadelphia '"! graph.
riyglcnlsts have long called attention
to the Berlous consequences of the In
creasing popular preference for white
bread. At present dark colored bread
Is despised as "peasant's food." In
the town the meanest workman will
eat only white bread. Tho flour vd
for making this bread Is obtained h
imnNliiK the meal through a ery flue
love, so that It contains hardly any
thing but stanch and cellulose. Whlta
bread, which plays an Important role
with the Prench people, la thus m
trcmoly poor In really nourishing food,
and Ij U to the IiiitciihIhk rouminipUor
of It that many hygleiiUU ascribe In
I'riiiicu the racial eiifeeblement, the
diminution of plalum and even fh
pii'wnl development of tubeiYiilo!,
KepM'M'iiliilliiim liavu frequently Iwen
Middy Hindu mi this uhji't, but wild
mil i-flWI fur 1 1111 linLiii-d run lifinMn
unly wlml Hie pnMIe deiiimiiN i'uri
M-lff n Minion Miif'i'f
uUnt4 ilnih w ihmwI rk
Just received a fresh shipment
E. T. WOIiVERTON n. C. DIPPEL 2
(!oos County Meann Opportimity See Bnndon First I
DIPPEL & OLVERTON
J CHOICE FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY
A NOTARY PUBLIC
BANDON :: :: :: ::
Opened for business again in
the Red FrontBuildingon First
Street. Meals at all hours day
or night You known you always
get something'good to" eat at
D O N N E Y ' S.
BANDON TRANSFER CO.
Gatchfell Brothers, Prope.
t AH kinds of heavy and liht (Lrayin. Phone onLx-u
f- p-iven nrnmnt aiicntion. .ifnrn tuirnor if (ret ,v WMt. v
a K1 WU Ma I. M A. W I J 1 T ll.EIIIIIIII WW - T
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G. E. WILSON
X All'kindH of litflit and honvy work. Hui'ms nulaniU
x iL'itllv Hhod. Jjfiforinitiuii lemcdlad. lirln'-. hi vnuv
i cripploH awl tful tholr foit HljunU-d by mm thai 5
I knows a foutCnrl Clffford, t)u? neiuiilfflc buit z
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1 of Uo iimlter UmAu. All ork KUMmoluwd I'ltfht.