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About The Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1915-19?? | View This Issue
P TO THE PANAMA FAIR FO
J. W. MAST OREGON
East Second Street
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Buy Garden and Farm Produce
The Best Butter of Local
IJY SAVING SALES CHECKS FKOM MERCHANTS LISTED
A Grand Prize of a Free Trip to thcl'annnia-l'acilie Exposition at
San Francisco will lie Riven to the young lady who secures the great
est number of votes in this contest.
The firms whose advertisements appear on this page have agreed
to give Sales Slips with all Cash Purchases of them or monthly hills
paid to them.. These Slips or receipts, may he exchanged for votes,
one vote for each f cts credited, at the Keforder olfice. Contest closes
Saturday, August 28th. See elsewhere in this paper for particulars.
J. I.. Fnslor
K. II. Henry
Foster & Henry, Proprietors
U. S. & Firestone Tires
Automooiles for Hire
Automobile Repairing &
Machine Shop in Connection
I'liime 51 Phone 51
W. L. Mast
White Stockings For Special
Supply your wants for Decoration Day
Children Cotton Hose, price the pair.
Infants Silk Lisle, price the pair
Misses Mercerized, price the pair
Womens Uauze Lisle, price the pair.
One Vote with each 5c purchase
Kail in line and se
cure a free trip to
the Kair hy trading
with us. One vote
for every 5c purchase
and five percent dis
count on cash purchases.
"HOUSE OF QUALITY"
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
FLOUR AND FEED
W? UHitiit Haiily
We may live without poetry, music and art;
We may live without conscience, may love with
We may live, without lovers live, without hope;
. But civilized women, cannot live without soap.
We may live without looks, what is knowledge,
We may live without beauty, it fades on the
We may live without law suits, indictments are
Hut, where is the one who can live without washing
The Bandon Steam Laundry, Inc.
Fruit and Vegetables
We Are Prepared To Serve You
Better Than You Have Been
Served Before -
Our stock of shoes and hosiery for Men, I-ailies aiulJCIiildreu,
also Mens' I'tiriiMiings, i larger ami more complete, than in any pre.
Neither the Kutopeau war, nor local conditions- will effect our
service or prices. In fact in our shoes, you can net the style and ser
vice tisusally found in shoes that cost you at least 75o or 51.00 more than
Call and See Them. fy O'CON
Shot; Kcpair Shop in Connection Opposite the Grand Theatre
Voles for Counlest With l-cry 5c Purchase
Morrisons Are Showing
Some attractive styles in TRIM
MED HATS at GREATLY RE
Also a line of HAND DECORAT
ED CHINA for Party, Gradu
ation and Wedding Gifts.
C, E 0. K It I) M A N. Proprietor
All Kinds of Fresh and
Salt Moats, Fish and
1' -p-o yf
BANDON TRANSFER CO.
Gatchell Brothers, Props.
f All kinds of heavy and light d raying. Phone orders
f given prompt attention. .Barn corner First & Edi
son, J'ish Properly. .Telephone 611.
A TEXAS BRONCHO
How a Preacher Bought Him and
Thon Broke Him.
A STRUGGLE FOR MASTERY.
KATK8 $!.()() TO 2.00 PKK DA V
SPKCMAL KATKS BY WKKK OR MONTH
SAMPLK ROOM IN CONN KCTION
r.oiiii'iTi) wiiii mki:i.i:ss,
AIW AVS ON I IMC
, U.SUM mmi 5IAIWIII'llt.j) ICV Kilt Ml Ml) A) IMWMJ .MAV
1 at At a, mi imu&i j'ujitmij itmi tiij'imimv xv
wwmi uium iwum wmv muwt imiw
The Ugly Little Druto Wn Tricky and
For Awhile It Seemed ni Though Ho
Would Win the Battle With the Olr
cuit Rider, but He Didn't.
My llrnt appointment, writes Itov.
Henry K. WIiik. wns to n I)Ik clroult
In KoutlicMsioni Iowa, wllli liomlimr
lorn In n fnntill Imnilot. Ah 1 had left
my family temiiorarlly In tlm wtHt, I
took a room In tint vIIIuku tavern. An
linincillali' pnn-tlcal noisl waH a hors
to "rlilo tho clroult."
I.oarnliiK that a Mr. WlHIanm tinil
liroiiKht In a HtrliiK of liorsoH from tin
MouthwoNt, I Ntrolloil out to Ills raui'li
to lalin a look at tlioiu. Omi of tlicm
wax, to mo, an outlroly nou- Hioolmon
-ii Ti'.nn Itrouoho. I lo waH oorlalnty
not at all llko tho "mount" of tho typl
oal plouoor MolhixllHt proachor anil
wiin t tit lioiiiiilloxt croaturo on four
Iok Unit I ovor Haw, with no "form"
to hioal of ami of a color Unit Iho
Ion nor ho Mint Iho illrtlor ho lookml
Hut ho wan "hII liorxo," iiml I iok
ii fHiioy for him,
A wmmi hm lib dm nor mw tlnit I wiu
lllli'ltwlul III hllil n H iMyiMiMl
lo Im a vory 'Mf hiiIihuI llml Mr
U'UltuuM tuul mii'1moI n nift fur
W UlU ublt Ui iumwnuImI
Uiu tu ut a m (it Mill, mm) Iio
muwd fTb I iml Ikk MM Hi utfuf
ut lb iwtil M'Mb OuW "itt im' U
iMinitiiMMMi in i mM Urn
d tmtM4 H"wm tui mutkkt
tiMk Ub iimt livm 4
I um4 m itM 1 tttiKif Ut yud ilk
imtfmtu uu4 tut tut m M umt mt
Alniit a fortnight aftorwanl. early
In tho 111 ri 1 1 1 1 tr. hol'oro many wore like
ly to he about, with my kooiI hrltllo
on my arm anil my trusty saihllo on
my shoulder. I Kllpped quietly out to
tho Williams raucli. lie hacked my
hroiiclio into the hordor of a grove of
youiiK maples, lie thon strapped his
(the liroucho'sl hind fetlocks to two Hap
IIiiks ii I m hi t Hlvteon InelicM apart and
tied his head with a short halter to 11
tree In front. Thus secured the fran
tic creature could neither rear nor lie
down, and without much dllliculty I
cot tho lirldle and saddlo on.
My attention had hoon so engrossed
In those preparations I tint I had not
uoti ed the crowd that had gathered
to see tho "Yankee preacher" (jlvo or.
rather, inako-an exhibition at "bron
cho InistliiK'." This was what I had
tried to avoid, for, while 1 had perfect
conlldcncc In my ability to mount and
ride the animal, I did not care to make
a "HWtiKKor" of my horsemanship. Hut
their presence now stirred my ambi
tion to make something of a show of
.Mr. Williams huukosIciI that I mount
and u'i't a linn seat before ho released
the coll, but I declined, ami as tho
freed hoive Hpriinu forward I IoiiimhI
to his back and found tho stirrups
Tin- crowd pivo a Utile exclamation of
sinpiUc, and Iheii rewarded Iho foul
with 11 roiiMliig cheer I wiin olafod
uot hih! full of iiiiiIIiIciico. I hud had
nil Minn of MrfonitHii'oM under 1110 In
1 luii no mo mhiIiIIc mill l.iiott all tho
Il1 Urn 11 lid i-Upertl of I lie NpiM'lim.
.MIT All but oiio IwKplint mii from
miii 'UM Iho iriM. ho III vWlh hU four
tvi t-Umv UnuHiut MtMl lib tMK'k III II
hMI i. Hlfh MM porl-iMitl 'Hi HlO UIW
i-i TUu ViUU titm ul MrUM
mmi iUUm Im liii My ImutfUtM, imti
1m til tint Uriu hi-m mi imlKfii
UU Utl fw AfMt Im titv .'iuil ltf
mtm BUM mi i. 1 n,M
0tuai -U Mmi thtti i. .iii
pmtntttt M ! tM M - '
Ut afiW. uJ i If it
turn w U ftdU Vuttuj tMtaMMa jmj
And thou I prn.wd Just a casp
With the breath In which that prayer
was uttered the coll I mil, 1 1 1 t f 1 1 lo
run 11 way. Apparently seized wl.li a
sudden lit of houiesl 'Uuoss. lie started
for Tomis. I.OIK) uilles away Tlliim;;li
tho open gate and down Iho south road
ho Hew. while I leaned forward on his
neck and relaxed my strained 11111-clc-aud
regained my wind and none
At last we descended, over the rim
of tho 1 ml He. to a stream bordered
with trees, and I turned I1I111 out Into a
thick clump of hushes. Then I pruc
I Iced a method suggested to uie years
before, the same rule as for handling 11
hoy "llrst teach hlin that you are Ills
master, and then show him that yon
are Ills host frioi I but do not let him
ever forget for a single inlnuto that
you are his master."
I dismounted and spent an hour pot
ting and caring for I'm hot and dKrour
aged creature, lie n too e d up at
llrst to resent en advances had ho
been Inclined u ,:d lie soon seemed
to I eil 1 1 i that 1 i Intentions were
friendly. I pared him and talked lo
Ii 1 11 in kindly 1 and led Ului iilsmi
to browse. I 1 . 1 I y I watered him
mounted him n.l loitc b.icl. homo
And I have iiIuii.vn accounted this as
my lit 1 1 ilehlll In: 1 Iho "l.nvelliig con
ucoilon,"-Non ..rk Mall
Old o the Period,
"Well, I yoni liHV a good house
"Hlio Imisii'I lull inn Ii okHirh'ii' e
nlMitic lliwu II" I W W Hilmll. Kile
lliltiba Moy IhmI imiIi in ho millnlln.!
nllU mm o rn m Im fur hrnHUfni '
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ThomiiH Puller could write verbatim
another mini's sermon after hearing it
only once, says the London Chronicle,
and could do the sauio with as many
as WK) words In an unknown touguo
after hearing thoin twice, which ro
mludu 0110 also of "Memory" Tliomp
son, who, among other remarkable!
feats, could repeat from memory the'
name of every shop In tho Strand In
WANTKD A reliable and active man
or woman in llanilon to organize
neighborhood magazine chilis. Mem
hern receive their favorite magazine,
atone third loss than the regular price
and pay monthly. Now plan. Work of
organizing pleasant and highly prolitt
able 11 nd miii he done in spare time.
Uegular monthly income. In reply
ing give ipialillcutioiiK and reference.
Magazine company, llox lf5, Timet
Stpinrc Ktiition, Now York City.
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