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About The Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1915-19?? | View This Issue
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J. W. MAST OREGON
East Second Street
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Buy Garden and Farm Produce
The Best Butter of Local
HY SAVING SALES CHECKS FROM MERCHANTS LISTED
A Grand Prize of a Free Trip to IhePanama-Pacific 'Exposition at
San Francisco will be given to the young lady who secures the great
est number of ictes in this contest.
The firms whose advertisements appear on this page have agreed
to give Sales Slips with all Casli Purchases of them or monthly bills
paid to them.. These Slips or receipts. may be exchanged for votes,
one vote for each 5 cts credited, at the Recorder ollice. Contest closes
Saturday, August 28th. See elsewhere in this paper for particulars.
J. L. rosier
K. It. Henry
Foster & Henry, Proprietors
U. S. & Firestone Tires
Automobiles for Hire
Automobile Kcpniriii"; &
Machine Shop in Connection
I'hone 51 Phone 51
Mast & Starr
Annetta Kellerman Style
Boys Trunks . . . each 20c
Mens Trunks .... each 50c
Womens Bloomers . each $1.00
Boys Suits . . each 35c to 50c
Girls Suits, each $1.00 to $3.50
Rubber Bathing Caps eachiSc to 75c
Water Wings . . . each 25c
Fall in line and se
cure a free trip to
the Fair by trading
w ith us. One vote
for every 5c purchase
and five percent dis-x
count on cash purchases.
"HU0SE OF QUALITY"
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
FLOUR AMD FEED
Hi fHuitt Hiuilt
We may live without poetry, music and art;
We may live without conscience, may love with
We may live, without lovers live, without hope;
lint civilized "'omen "nnot live without soap.
We may live without books 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
,r,,ne The Bandon Steam Laundry, Inc.
Fruit and Vegetables
We Are Prepared To Serve You
Better Than You Have Been
Our stock of shoes ami hosiery for Men, lollies ami Children,
also Mens' I'liriiMiings, is larger ami more complete, than in any pre.
Neither the Kuropean war, nor loeal conditions effect our
service or prices. In fact in our shoes, you can pet the style and ser
vice ususally found in shoes that cost you at least 75c or $ 1.00 more than
Call and See Them. J O'CON
Shoe Repair Shop in Connection Opposite the Grand Theatre
Votes for Countcst Willi Kvcry 5c Purchase
A good variety of the
Season cleverest models in
hats are now on sale at
C li O. Iv H l M A N, IWrlcmr
All Kinds of l'Yosh nmi
Suit Meats, Pish ami
J,' L 7rrJI::
O o . O V O t - O 0 fj i
WILL SELL CHEAP
C. E. KOPF. 119, 9th St. West
1 1 Big Special Feature
To Be Shown Here
THIS CF.UTIF1CATKS IS C.OOD FOR F1VK HUNDUF.D VOTKS
Thin couiioii run he, ugod once, only liy each contestant unci 19 koo1
for (Ivo hundred vntos and will ho go orodlted whun properly pie
sonted at the Itocordur ollice..
Tnicl; Inyorn on Uiv Willamette
Pacific Imvo rtwvkwl Asjm b tit
Tliu ywn mn of k-i mm Im C
JuiHlita m tM atN bo jwr mmi tt
Saino of our mia wiw Imivw rid.
4m dawn ike tine ia m tki drMig
mUla H work m Um Hi ran hl
m mm vry AiWMwMy Hnpmu4 with
Um Mftawf at 4maiiHr nA and
mtd m tkt attttt mak u! Ik nw
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The New York Hippodrome is to ho
brought to Ilandon, this through the
presetitsition on the arena of that sl
ant of the nation's amusement insti
tutions of the spectacular creation of
America. Sinee tho opening of the
Hippodrome over twenty seven million
of people have paid admission to ser
the t;litterinK spectacles produced
It is possible to see this liijr insr
tution in Handon, Tuesday, July fith.
More than that it is possible to so"
produced therein "America" a spec
tacular production that has delimited
thousands in the larger cities of this
The production is a moving picture
triumph, filming which would not
have been possible any whore oxcop'
in the Hippodrome.
An olophant opens the Hlppodrom"
ontortainment "America" by bowln--"How
d'ye do" to , tho audiuneo and
cloiioi tho show by nodding "good by".
Thoro g a wondorful invention ut-
lisitNl in America that permit Mortu
tu tiiou of protty girl to wiilk I'
to tliu fa moii Hippwlrome tank hi I
ihatppmr, ruiiminliig uruler walrr ft
mkh of Un minute.
Over &M aiugm IimiuJk tit- ruin I
to mniulut4 Hendry uiuj piop'rtii 1
It (1m tUUVtttK fUUiHt iu4ui ini (
Tti Not Vort Hipuudrutn i uf'i
tut turfy i-k in Itif mummm ICikK'r
tit .j j'l foi MtMoi to ilu, tiii ll(V
i'i .-li ufifi ( HHm fh -iiU- .,
HI l..,ui, Hii 1 11 ,. Ii.Im! , tUsiJMiu
p-r,.i. hI,,..,. I . .. ,l jy iJj. 4
mU4mm m 1 Ni ftdi wit V
tend the Hippodrome every year.
A very interesting fact in connec
tion with tlio film production of Amer
ica is that it could not have been made
anywhere else on earth except in the
j mammoth New York Hippodrome. T1.0
vast size anti admirable equipment, to
gcther with the military-like disci
: plino mnintiiiiiLMl in every department
' of the inatitution made it possible .0
I do that which anywhere else would
I have proved n wnstc of time. Tho film
ing of America is to the cinemato
graph industry what tho construction
of the Panama canal is to the science
of engineering and redacts only the
highest credit on those responsible
for its realization.
Grand Thoater, Tuesday, July 6th.
10 and 20 cts.
On Saturday, July 3rd, 1015. there
will bo a celebration at Socialist hall,
Four Mllo, commencing at 10:30. An
oration appropriate to the nation's
birthday will be delivered by Kdw.
. Hagnn, followed by a picnic dinner,
j Afternoon there will bo a free dunce,
King riding, farmer's race, foot races,
the champion wrestler of Curry and
Coos county will put on an exhibition
of his wonderful skill in wrestling.
ISvenlng danec, ticket CO eta. chick
on supjwr, U)e plat.
There is conabUrtblu hu'nas rival
ry uniontr ilia rasidegta unj IranslanU
'at I'oMi-rx n4 many ur won4arinif
ju wiiut tii futur will brliijr turik
in it' i.uiir at Uibli-litiir ikm city
ml 1 ifif i mt th buniitfiM Mitmrpri'
I i' any a mrra$aun4ai at tka Hamr4.
Wt t'nwar wa iU firm ulam tm
otn mui Uwa iw maa kama MMr
luini. ataU. amann iham a 1. 1, H
! aki 4i Vfyu, mhvim4(
' ''" tstlm 4aji: Mia. I'ushUu'
, ( .4. mL. iuAAA,t fuidiutt
I (I'lnec hall and an open a;r pavillion
iind a proposed Luting rink. The
majority of tho mai ried men have
parcels of kind and small ho c t
Across the river, on the oasl side, is
I'owers proper, a quarter of a mile
away, and hero the more substantial
buildings are being o'octod. Sutu'
day last the pooplo of the Bciiool tlis
triet voted to locut) the proosed$iS,
000 high school on the cast side. Ihn
(kignii hotel is there, the loundhoime,
the postoffice building Is being built,
the Busy Corner drug ulore is doing
a fine business, the Hub Clothing and
Shoe company is orertintf n subhtatial
structure, tlieres 1 a pool room, LM
doll's mnrket and seveiol other
Tribtino of a recont date coninliiing un
, JKIN i: Y ! iM () N V 1
I The mint makes it and under the
, terms of theCONTIN UNTAL MOltT
jA(iH COMPANY you can secure it
lit u j'i:iLt:ill 1111 .111 iL'.ii jiiiijiunu un
approved real estate. Terms easy, tell
us your wants and we will co-operai"
POTTY AND COMPANY
51. 'I Denhani llltlg., Denver, Colo.
M. D. Trtimb ill brings to lue Ke
corder ollice a co f the MinneaHli&
Tribune of n re- t. l;ito contuing an
account of a visi' l y I islative coiii
mitlce to cerl-jin .ectton of tho state
of Minnesota to a i-ig farm owned b
.1 J. Hill. The a... mat reads:
Hut the big sight of Kittson county
unquestionably a tiio s ill farm,
owned by Jam" Hill and oiwrat-
by Walter Hill. son. It is six milt-
from Hallock a id conxista of tu'i
ty aix UmussiuI icrcf. Two Uwuaand,
six hundred and eighty five acres are
planted in alf. , on n farm ar
tmt hand of f 'l of mmVIi UM ar
tlwrognbrilH, ''ib iHf kaiatwm r
UMiri'Xghbiwla Mia iim balancm ar
KrtjdaM. Tmata r t" ' kagu and tu
boriMw. Til Vi 4tr " li naddMKf ir
Uutiwl krtak in umw mai a
tarn lajMdlajf k sfio 4t4 la an v
Iwturpd Vu4m t jfmu Mva
1 mtam turn RaWu hi
it ilia 1 ail
WANTI2D iK reliable anil active man
or woman in Handon to organize
neighborhood magazine clubs. Mem
bers receive their favorite magazine.-'
at one third less limn tho regular price
and pay monthly. New plan. Work of
organizing pleasant and Highly profilt
able and can bo done in spare time
Regular monthly income. In reply
ing give (nullifications and refereme
Mugazbie company, liox lfi5, Times
Sipiure Station, Now York City.
1 4. 1. WIIUHLHIt,
First St. Kasl of II0I1 1 (inlllcr
9 00aa e 1 hii
Do you want nvu drug
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