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SEMI-WEEKLY "ttANbPH BfcbPElt. 'fUKftDA.V. JAW 12. 115
TREY OK HEARTS
After tvpaU'intr the punctured lice
the chcuffeur drives nn. Tl,, nininr
f 1 1 car now contains Alan, Hose and liar-! tl
4 uS '" ad(lition t0 Judith a nl T ine. 1 1
T oniy a anon msianue
?;;when the chauffeur announces lie can'
,,.go no farther. The party prepares'
iu uimp lur inu nigm; nut nose nai
learned how Allen owes his life to
Judiths defense of him when the mot-
or car overhauled the two in the de -ert,
and, furthermore, intuitively div-
!ntU till ll.W,tWl,lilr intm.ui m T...l.1.
which Allen is beginning to feel, but
i ,a i "mi nui ucKiiowiuue even to mm '
'self. This together with Judith's'
V f!ifi pggSBff gft
ff 1 apparent contentment with the t,U
I4. us of affairs, renders the s.tuutiu
intolerable tor Hose. She ii.sit.t-,
XI j that they e;o on at all costs. Allen
XJ. ' returns to the prosnector and pui
j 1 clmtsea from him his three burrow--.
THIS HARNESS MAi
omplete stock of har
ness, shopping bags,
trunks, suitcases, valises
and traveling bags.
of the Press in general throughout
That uc arc soon to see the country in a more
We may lack eofidenee to believe now, but after we arc "shown" then
all will be very plain.
We have been telling you. (through our local press) of some suits we
are selling at a reduction.
Let us "show you" these suits while the prices are on a par with the
lumber market and Convince you the prices are at the "HOTTOM".
We also have just opened up a shipment of Brandigee Kincaid Clothes
at the popular pric e of Si 5.00 and Si 8.00.
Win n you are in the market for clothes Try one of these suits and
feel optomistic we know you will look the part.
TIk v are not lost, but you will find them at
a. ri r' fun tr
CON'S -SCHOOL FOR
oregon NORMAL SCHOOL
UL T Y
DliPA RTM ENTS
C O U K S E 8 :
I-.N.T.RANC l R i
O U I R K M KNTS:
G KAD'UAT ION :
TKKMS H K(J I N :
IN FORMAT I O N :
The training of teachers
for professional work.
Kverv member ' profes
For fitting elementary
teachers for city and normal
schools. ' '
Completion of two years
high school work or its
Completion of Klcmcnt.iry or Standard
ridii.M'.s leads to State Certificate without
Regular, I'eliiiiao -1; Short, April 5;
Sum mcr, June Jl.
I'm fmlhcr iiifoiiiialion uritc lo
.......I.M.I . .1.11.1 .1 ,
MANY OK OUK MOST SUC
CESSFUli MEN ASCRIBE
TIllilH "START IN LIFE"
TO THE DAY THEY OPEN,
EI) A BANK ACCOUNT.
CREDIT AND POWER CAN
BE WIELDED IN THE COM
MERCIAL WORLD BY THE
MEANS OF A BANK ACCOUNT.
--YOU'LL PAY YOUR RESPECTS
to our bread by buying regu-
:irlv :iftcr vnn h
it. You'll at once realize the
absurdjty of sweating over a
hot fire when you can get
such w bite, light, toothsome
bread as ours without any
trouble and at less expense
than urn could bake it lor at
home. I n just one loaf.
afar -A -
WE INVITE YOU TO
(JIN ONE WITH US.
FIRST NAT'L BANK
Open during I lie noon hour and
FOR RESULTS ADVERTISE
IN THE BANDON RECORDER.
C. I. tarr
Plmhbiiig and SNnln' Flinin
"Vhi t'liihH S'irk guarnntcttd.
OIUi in iuu UiJr.. iMuiiU i
. Uiti Unit i ul lH
UttHik T J"-t4) 'VVI,ll.(( III
'llHl- li.-WIIIUIl WUH a liundiin vin-
Kor from iluwn tint count on Moi-luy.
The Tiwy O' Jlwirt iiti'turoa- I3th
oiial will lw mIiowii nt ' tile (Irmid
iiunt Tkumiuy. HmiI tlitr,' eomploi,.
-i.uy in tin- iKNg- uf ltuivrtiur.
liw). lllaky, lh (iloHtfti uf lumLi r
JcU in ittit pott of tliH tuuntry urul
welt know'i. nil 9Ui Urntr mm "Dim
ny", i uwn tr f dy .
I II I WW
4 Um feiuiii4i rwiti trip m
Woman Finally Recovers
From Nervous Breakdown
Impovviiilicil nerves destroy many
people lieioie their time. Otten lie
tore a Milleicr realizes what the
trouljlc is, he is on the verge of a
complete neious hreakdown. It
is of tlic utuivist importance to keep
your nervous system in good con
. dition, as the nerves are the source
of all bodily power. Mrs. Posa
I'.on.v.-r, 8js N. 18th St., Bini.ing
liam, Ala., says:
"I have been sufTerinif with nerv
ous prostration for nine or ten
years. Have tried many of th be-it
l..-tois in Uirininiihaiii. but tliev ..11
tailed to reach my cue. I woulJ
Uiion these Allen Rose and Bareii
continue their flight through tin-
romaiiider ol' the niyht. At dawn
they come to n wjiot where a deep
chuMii in bridged only by :i shakey
all'air of ropes. Out o sight of the
suspension bridge they come ujion
the clearings anil outbuildings that
Mirroiind the shaft of an exhausted
and abandoned copper mine. They
decide to camp here for a few hours
At dawn Murrophat, Jimmy and
Hicks, (the two latter mounted on one
iioi-hO ride up to the stalled motor
car. Without I'ousintr Judith. Trine.
Mnrrophnt nnd Jimmy confer. Trine
urges them after Allen and Koo. It
is agreed that Alarrojihat and .linimy
.;hall pursue. They do so taking the
two horses, leavi.i lliek.i to core
for Trine. Judith wakens later and
finding Hicks in attendance under
stands what has huppenodr In a
rage she starts out afoot after Mar
rophat and Jimmy, haunted by vis
iiions of Alan being shot down by
Alan's sloeep is broken by a dream
he bC'CS Judith toilmir up the moun
tain .-.ide afoot, wit)- every indication
of hai-le: tliei. he sues Iiei looking at
him steadfastly, her countenunce ex
pressing love and fear for him; as
he looks, she draws a trey of hearts
from her pocket and holds it out to
him: it lias "Danger"! written on it.
Alan wakes up, the di;am still
vivid in his mind. Alan leaves both
Rose and Barcus asleep and goes to
reconnoiter. As Marrophat and Jim
my are passing the clearing of the
mine, their attention is attracted by
the braying of tethered burros.
They investigate and find Rose and
Barcus asleep and hind and gag
them, then scout ubout for Alan.
Arrived at the suspension bridge
some time after, Marrophat and Jim
my have passed. Alan sees noth
ing to bear out the warning of his
dream, but is struck by the idea of
cutting down the bridge. Marro
phat and Jimmy ypy him from the
oridge behind. Murrophat makes
a Hying leap to his shoulders, over
comes him, and with Jimmy's help
binds him. They then star back to
the mine with Alan. Marrophat has
conceived a hellish design.
""From the foot of the mine shaft
two tunnells strike off, one at a lev
el slightly higher than the other. At
the junction the powder room is sit
uated. It contains a half-ke of
blascing powder, a few s"Iclts of dyn
amite and soiie .sc v.ith Jiiiimj's
assistance lis Ivvn Ai.'t, h'or. mid
Barcus to the foot of the shaft, plac
es them in the lower level and shuts
them in with the bulkhead. Then
he goes up and opens the sluice gate X
ot the eservoir. diverting the water:
into the ladder shale. j
Meantime Alan, (who is not gag- i
ged) has, with his teeth, worried
loose the bonds about the wrists of
Uarcus, the latter, his hands once
once treed, has wasted no time in
freeing Alan and Rose. Meanwhile
Jimmy has carohv.sly left a caudle
burning in the upper slum. 1 he
Hauling wick into a pile of waste.
the waters mount rapidly m the
lower level, backing up against the
bulk-head. Alan and liamis sustain
Uosi between them. They are in the
water to their chins, tlvi.- heads
against the roof of the tunnel.
The fire in iv upper level ignites
the fuse Maronhul has laid to the now
dor Keg. The explosion follows. But
nstead of caving in the rhaft, it
Masts out t!ie rock lound the bulk
ne.ld and bhiwi the latter r. letting
he the Wi.'.sr out. Alan climbs up
the bucket-rope, hand over hand, then
ii.es the windlass :-j draw, fmt, Itoie
hen Uarcus to culety. Miiiopliat and
Jimmy have mounted and ruble on.
Meantime? Juditl. has conic to the
suspension bridge. When s,ho ih in
the middle, it tails away hem-uth her
feet. She catches the hand rope,
however, and by its aid, gains the far
ther side. Then she hurries on, appiv
nonding disaster and blaming the cut
tiig of the ropes on Alurnphat
She urrives at the clearing juM as :
Alan and Barcus are assisting Ro" I
to walk a way from the shaft.
Her unconcealed relief at speinn j
Alan safe nnd sound deepens lio.;e'
distrust. She draws aside ut liisl;
thoughtful, thett jealous, then heart ;
Inokeii. Grand Theatre, Thursday, j
Jdiiuury 1th. ,
! ... I
By installing a da Mr.-.e Code Teleii ip'
operator at Marthfield uttr Ion" Uitallce lint"
bae been reliexecl il much telegraph h"
iness. It makes possible a quicker and lutt"
Ion", distance lonversation service, bulu v
Handon ami C'oquille and Mrtle Pi.jin
COOS AND CIJUPvY Tfil.EPHGNh" COMPAQ i
New Edison Dise
S A B R
AT THE Gl
leel .11 if I was smiillifrinc inioliu
1 wmi into convuuiuils.
Dr. Miles' Ner 'ine
avlvei ni i in the paper and I at
once hrgau tu tuke It. I contimici
Id lake it for some time and now I
If you arc tiuulilri! with toti of
Kutiie, poor iligc.iiwn, nrakiic.i,
lliublllt) lu .Icep II' )u jfc HI 4
rmia run Jdwii i' on ill I ion and
uuatlc to btr your part tl)e
diily tffii.J ui hf, you iir(j tom(.
ihtHg to itrfRfiiivn your ntmi
Y?u my not rrahtt wht th n.
ur with you, but inn ii n rfin
why hou!l .I!y iMitmrrit.
Or, MHi' Norvinc
John smith or amviu.K
I'ASSHS AWAY SATCItDA Y
y OV W' W'T K) Ft R( lb. I ---(;() AM) '
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COMING NEXT THURSDAY
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Thr complete story is printed oh anolhei puge ul lliii iut
at the GKAND N1AT TIIUilSOAY.
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i ' iti4 mfn
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John Smith imtikiH away at his . 7
home ut Coiiillln about :.:00 o'clock
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ry muldenly n tli nmiili of n Uok
uf npojih'xy mid was h grfiu nhock
tu hi fmnily 11 ml fiinndu,
Mr, Mniltli litHvoi 11 wifn hihI llv
niiwII fhlhlnm, bi'iKJe thrtm broUi
ami twtilMJiUr u inouiti hit
Ion. TI10 liiiathor urn lin n4
'Iliil'Vuy jjniitJi. ut IUur(l, Qiuon,
'ukiJ Mtl4 HiUi, uf Juncti(i l'
'Uiukw Thu iui $r Mr Mftii
MfTutly uf lMiu(i Mui Ut Hum
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Tkr tpuamm uruuui u H'
COMING NF.XT SATURPAV-
P-ERSLS OF PAULINE
yuw witiil pur? drufi
nml drug umJriffi, hnt
wiiuum, hfilr brush,
ti))d toilet Mrticbtf? if
Mrs, lieo. Geisendorfer
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Cmuwit' The mmM wm
mmtntti r iw u wit
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