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SALE BEGINS MON
DAY, MARCH 29th
SALE BEGINS MON
DAY, MARCH 29th
OF BANKRUPT STORE
GOLDEN RULE STORE
39c ON THE DOLLAR
We are moving the same to the Golden
39c ON THE DOLLAR
Having purchased the bankrupt stock of the Bandon Dry Good Co..
Rule Store where it will be offered for Sale begining Monday, March 29th. Must be sold in one week. One
fourth to one half price. Many things almost given away. The stock consists of: Shoes Piece Goods; Under
wear Notions, Sweaters, Coats and Suits, Furnishing Goods, Hosiery, etc.. Fixtures also for sale.
: THE GOLDEN RU LE:
"n'T'f .'(" TTT1 VT TTTV 1 V V T "P V V T "V ir r "
We all start out in life
from tlie Zero mark. It is
uphill nil the way. The
higher we go the more wc
are looked up to. The man
who attains success must
take himself seriously, look
to his own inteicstsand con
serve his strength, wealth
and ability. Many people
are depositing their money
with this hank, paying liy
clerk, and furthering their
own interests, thereby rais
ing their marks high above
zero on the gauge of life.
Ethel Joscphson, n junior, and Lud
wig Stone, a sophomore, will rcpre
iTiit Marshficld at the ora torical con
test at North Bend, April 1st. The
former won with the subject, "The
Governor's Last Levy" and the latter
with "A Plea for Cuba".
Small pox exists at Ten Mile where
according to report of the Marshficld
health ofliccr there arc several vic
tims of the disease.
Mary Pickford "Little Mary" will
1 o seen in her best picture dramatiz
; tion of "Tess of the Storm Country"
I the Grand, next Tuesday, March
Vny Taxes) at Hank of Bandon
Tho Bank of Bandon is authorized
collect taxes. Property aw.iers
i ay pay their taxes there and obtain
roper receipts. Apr 1
For Salis: Small Dairy Farm, ICO
res. Buildings and fences now a. id
i.; fine condition. VA miles from
: icese factory on Sixes river, Curry
. mnty. P. 0. address R. A. M'Phor
.11, Denmark, .Oregon. 1 x No 28
Dr. II. M. Shaw, Eye, Ear, none
id Throat specialist will be at th
v'.illier Hotel March 19th, Friday.
..asses fitted. IS . t
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Alfred Johnson of Coquillc was in
Dr : Endicott of Bandon made a
trip to Marshficld Monday.
Nat Iloatwright is inspecting ties
at Port Orford.
Frank Nordberg has returned to
Port Orford after a two weeks vitit in
J. B. Davidson and wife of Port
Orford were in Bandon the early
part of the week.
The Avorill dry goods company ex
pects to occupy its now quarters on
First street about March 1st.
Harry Wood made n trip to the bay
-GRAND THEATRE SPECIALS
The California All Star
WILL APPEAR IN A 2 HOUR CONCERT
Next Saturday and Sunday Night
Doors open 7 p. m. Pictures begin 7:30 to 8:15
Concert 8:15 to 10:30
Entire Change of Bill Sunday Night
Admission Adults 50c All Seats reserved
Children under twelve years 25c
Seats now on Sale at Boyle's Jewelry Store
'Scene front the groat Pholo Play "Tess of the Storm Country"
in two parts, featuring "Mary Pickford", America's highest salaried artist
mi motion pictures. Exhibited at the Grand next Tuesday, March HO.
Don't Give Yourself Cause To Regret It
because you rejected placing
your valuables in a safety de
posit vault. Many have re
greted their tardiness inaeiing,
fires and burglars have com
them dear. Anything valu
able k worth taking mry of.
Our twill iirufh uand Iwrjtlnr
proof, We Invfiy your liiipur-llnn.
SKA r I
f Ml I III i i 1 1 f -V II1 'a "?
Freddie Christcnsen, steward on
the Speedwell recently invested some
of his savings in Randon real estate.
Ife bought live acres of partially
cleared land of C. II. Chandler. The
purchase price was $100 an acre and
the land is located two miles south
$50,000 per year is tho salary Mary
Pickford gets, a slip of a girl, 21 yrs.
old because she knows how to net be
fore the camera. See her next Tues
day at the Grand in "Tess of the
Dr. I). 13. lliggs and wife have re
turned homo after a visit at Elbert
Frank Frame of Marshfleld was a
visitor in Bandon this week.
Win. Sellnier paid a professional
visit to Marshficld Monday.
Attorney Goss of Marshficld was a
Handon visitor Wednesday. His vis
it was professional and related to the
Everybody is going to hoar those
colored jubilee singers. Arc you?
Tickets now on sale at Hoyle's Jew
Tho I'Ii.-im' of MYinlnlnin
With anna and whoiildera gleaming
With bunt mid buck hi plaiiuml night,
With nil Hint dinging llniw Miggimt-
Klut'i fully ilntHKfil, w
III big liliiiono wnippi'd about
Ho IllOdiWlly (Iwl MO (I'll ktj)K out
MlllO lllflH IlllJ (huu, oh, WJllOU Jiwli
Mli till uimIiimhuhI. .
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GOLD BEACH GOSSIP
(From The Globe)
John Gustafson and his son Alex
arrived in the city from Astorin last
Friday. Mr. Gustafson has charge
of tho construction of the new can
nery which is being built near Bag
The Gold Beach hotel is steadily
going on with their improvements.
Carpenter Sorber with his assistant
is pushing the work rapidly. They
have completed tho arch between the
banquet hall and tho grill, put in
sonic new windows, doors and other
things and expect to bo ready for the
painters and paper hangers next
It is rumored that another cannery
is scheduled for Gold Beach. With one
cannery a going and another ready
to go and another n coming, wo
ought to bo bio to catch them n com
ing and going.
Tho many friends in this vicinity
of Frank Thacker will ho glad to hear
that ho hag fallen hoir to a small fort
unti by the rocniit death of an aunt.
Mr. Timelier iIooh not know Just what
tho amount of tho ostuto jg hut wyn
that ono plccii of property in Iis An
((i(M hi valued at one hundred thoiii.
md ilolliiitt. Mr. Tlmvkor loft hoi"
Hiitunliiy morning lo look nftor tin
iiiutlor. TIkiih ri Mtvurul lii'lm lo
tllll l(llllllld I'lll'll will iihiuIvii u Wib
Ciiv,f 'of 'I'v Oral Jhm mw
wj t $-pmr did hir. ril uu
diljM Mi. Ulm II. I'&iUtubury,
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To Increase Business
THE tendency is when
business is good to make
it better by advertising Mer
chants act under tbe assump
tion tbat advertising is a luxury.
When business grows slack
they discontinue advertising.
Advertising is a part of bu
siness. It should be used to a
greater degree in times of dull
ness for it is more needed then.
To increase your Sales
ADVERTISE IN THE
Mrs. Amy E. Barackman, A. M.
(Amy E. von Sesselberg)
INSTRUCTOR OF PIANO FORTE
Graduate of the Royal Conservatory, of
Leipzig, Germany. Pupil of Theo. Leshetizky
Lessons given in Theory and Harmony. Advanced
Pupils Prepared for Teaching.
Studio 752 th Street West ' I'lIONB 1261
Regular 25c Peaches for. 20c per can
Regular 25c Apricots for 20c per can
Regular 30c Cherries for . ..25c per can
Hanover Sauer Kraut, two for.. 25c
S.W; String Beans, two for 25c
These are (lie very lesl. No higher grade goods
lo he had at any price, in litis or any oilier market,
FOR A SHORT TIMB ONLY FOR CASH
We ImuKlit hi h law fpullly Mini will i;lve you
III" hencflh Ami you will find oilier tfood liiln lliul
Hill liHereM yo.u Hi
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