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About The Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1915-19?? | View This Issue
ONE FREE TRIP TO THE PANAMA FAIR FOR YOU
J. W. MAST
East Second Street
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Buy Garden and Farm Produce
The Best Butter of Local
I5V SAVING SALES CHECKS FKOM .MERCHANTS LISTED
A Grand Prize of a Free Trip to tlieFanama.Pacific Exposition at
San Francisco will he Riven to the youiiR lady who secures the jreat
est number of votes in (his contest.
The firms whose advertisements appear on this pace have agreed
to give Sales Slips with all Cash Purchases of them or monthly hills
paid t i them.. These Sli;s or receipts. may be exchanged lor votes,
one -e for each 5 cts credited, at the Recorder office. Contest iloses
Saturday. August 2Sth. See elsewhere in this paper for particulars.
When Did Man
Begin to Live?
Man was created after
all other living
things on earth.
And he was given add
Think, Reason and
Act, so that he might
become ruler of all
Motorists began to
realy live and become
when they were enabled
to get the proper ac
cessories, at the proper
And to have their c;rs
repaired by men who
And those who have
fully exercised their
thinking and reasoning
to continue to live by
patronizing the Bandon
We carry the largest
stock of TIRES and
accessories in Bandon.
And our prices are
FOSTKR & IIKNIIY, Props.
1'lionc 51 I'lione 51
In light and dark patterns made
of gingham and percale.
85c to $2.50
Fall in line and se
cure a free trip to
the Fair by 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
!fc Ulust Jlaslj
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 "'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
But, where is the one who can live without washing
ftiK.hr Te Bancjon Steam Laundry, Inc.
Fruit and Vegetables
i: O. K R 1) M A N, Proprietor
All Kinds of Fresh and
Salt Meats, Fish and
We Are Prepared To Serve You
Better Than You Have Been
Our stock of shoes and hosiery fur Men, Ladies and Children,
also Mens' Furnishings, is larnei ami mioic complete, than in any pre.
Neither the Kiiropeau war, nor local conditions will effect our
service or prices. In fact in our shoes, you can (jet the style and ser
vice ususally found in shoes that i.i.t you at least 75c or $1. (II) more than
Call and See Them. O'CON
Shoe llepalr Shop in Connection Opposite the Grand Theatre
Votes for Coutitvst With Kmy 5c 1'iirchasc
ALL TRIMMED HATS
AT HALF PRICE Al
A Place Worth Visiting
Dointf lip thi' Week's Wash in a Few
Minutes. IliuK'T Ice Machine
Thu driver fiDin tliu Haiulou Iuin
ilry in now mixing up the cutting and
distribution of ice cakes with thu col
lection of soiled clothes and thu dis
tribution of thu cleaned up product.
Thu now icu plant at thu laundry
was -set to work last Saturday and hi
now turning out its sixtylive cakes
every olhur day.
It is mi iutcrcstini; thine; to sou
these cans of water with thu yards
and roils of twisting pipes put in dur
ing the month past liy Plumber C. !.
Starr and thu pump which koups thu
freezine; solution circulatine; on its
mission to conceal.
Thuri' is I'onsldurnlilu of interest in
thu laundry too to any onu who has
novcr seen thu week wash, washed,
lined mill ironed in a couple of hours.
Thou aru two larnu washing ma
chines, liku coinliined churns only
these reverse tlieiinwlvoa; turn jnat so
far ind then iw le ek fur n iuw atart.
Tlio water Hint femU the ihuin and
fi oiii vOinh the let In innilu et'inuj
from n xpriiiK mi the ahlu hill mul II
sulllni'itlly tuft llmt Hie ami awwi
mil HuoiikIi the ujimiIhp in (lit wmIi
ii Id . Hie eollHI uti H atll at lllWtl-
i i' 1 1 i umhJ In IwiHikluK Niul tlm
' " 'Im ittntfr t-4uit-Mr Hu In-
iiiIUii..h iUi tlm wlH l bur mi
I I I hni Ij.j -41 wU .
lili ujwp l ul niduM Om nt4' l
i il aiuj it I i.i J(.. yioiiij v
I (..llu tt f . . f . ... H, .ii Mir
Thu laundry drier ruminds one of
a cream separator. Thu coppur howl I ,
larger and thu moisturu Hies on.,
through perforations at the sidu in
stead of rising to thu top. The wash
is whirled so rapidly that the clothea
are dry enough to iron in a vury l'u
Thu larger pieces are smoothed o i
a law steam heated roller which
turns with them until the moisturu i
evaporated. Smaller pieces have spec
isl ironine; machiuus, onu for collar
another for neck hands, another foi
shirt bosoms and the more coniplicat
ed and particular ironing is done bj
hand with electric irons..
It is worth any one's while to co
through this institution and see the
way in which the work is done.
Story of the Old South
Murk Jersey Hull for sorvieo. (.hnr
lov Kinu'. It x
'.lotul Valo: Under now iimnii);
tnnnt. Neatly furnl.lied roomi and
All part I in knowliiK (IidiiimIvi Id
he Indebted o inu mmt koltlu
lliDir iiPi-iiunU InuitMlliauly. Aflor Ju
ly Ut I will rluti'Hfo it mmi tnlwl
on hII ivkIii umtuniM. I will mukw u
illtMNMjHl fr mall u A un , . .m ull
IMiirlwtMii knmwnUmv t Mii u wi
(Unr Julr I. Itilf.
I'll ll ()W, MM HNll HlIX' llil
i' " H' tuliuiiiiiif ( Milnil
i' l I .i..ll. ,. Uuulv Mitt UllM,
" ' 1 (m. wnlii II, ,. tilil
.Mulliple Keel Siihjerl VismiliiuK
Hooih TarkiiiKlon's Story hy the
l.tinky I'Vature Play Company.
I'.eviewed by W. Stephen Hush
"'unco Kirby," a screened replica
of the wellknown play, fully maintains
its native flavor on the film. There
is no doubt about the popularity of the
lilm play with a Kenuinu American
theme and atmosphere. Audiences
cannot Kt't enough of them.
The atmosphere of the play is
charmiiij,'. It blinds us buck to the
heyday of Southern prosperity v.hen
the planter ruled the land. Upon the
bioad back of the MisisH'ppi pliud in
niimerahlu wntoreraft; iot famous
amour; such craft wa the Miinlngip
pl ileumhoHt, with iU pir-turiiKdim nip
tain anil crow, its miniMem urt t-pott-intf
mtiii and iln ovi u.M-iumf iiinb'ill
tion to miii'imiwi tli pad of mII tt w rl
vU. I'ih t of ihti story tuton pln.o mi
mrtl of one a( th fsnwuK lMimi
whlcli liwkM u it It lioil I'onitf Imrli
from the dny of uuuthir ftnintiiM.
Tllf Itft tlilil Dkptxllflll of lifMiaj
olKIff" on lit, r,.y vu low i
Ikiii mid t.t ii'K N KUol uf lnuiflllvi
lllllll I'ullilllll I m ,,.K C(,.n
Ki-t; Tl,,. .I.HjJj) l!w hHhtrnM,
Im tmlUtxry at tft ii( tuutk .idM
fort HUHMi git In tu ,UUtmiHimi
ut k dmmvu i mux
1W m4 mm g fW
md miiifUmi muUm tin
t)wiv M i .,.(. rilw'
one, for when rendered with skill the
role of Cameo Kirby is very sure to
makes a stroiuc appeal to the audience.
Thu ensemble supportinj.: Mr. Knrnuni
was kooiI and aids in makiue; the pic
ture seem life-like.
The story furnished by the master
pen of Hooth Tarkiiinton fa strong
and well sustained.
See this Kreat film at thu Grand
Theatre, Thursday duly L'OHi.
5 (? d) m r.i (7) (j) (.) 0
Fill MOUNT FACTS &
w & t) (v 'i Q
Jlrs. Karl Schoonover nave her lit
tle sou Freddie a surprise birthday
party duly lfitli. About 2.'l little onus
met and had a ood time. Onu little
onu, a three year old, went home and
told they hail cake anil oranges and
lemouache ami all sorts of Kd things
Mr. and Mrs. Melville Hack kuvu 11
birthday party to their mother, Mra.
A. I). Hack, on July lfitli. Her child
ren and grandchildren ware all thuru.
Kxcupt the oldest son and his family
who write ami nay it in id hot in Col
orado that it could not be much butler
in (iixitlifdi country.
A Utile ilinitihler wiu burn In Mr.
hihI Mi I'Hika at Hid liuma of Mm.
A fmi-WKll awriii'tati warty wua yiv-
t. ta rnUtriwnir Ui Mmi Ypmttt
Uu ir, Ut. klyrti Lmk Mm
u "io m kumi In WwMwfw
Uf. Tm MtAI kmt J4 iti I
tfjHim H mMtM nimlA villi liMf MuAyn (
the electric Unlit plant. Sixteen acres
cleared will make ipiite a diirerunce
to the landscape in this neck of tb"
Thu Fir Mount Study Club met at
thu home of Mrs. Melt Hack. The
study and readings were all about
Paraguay, a country that had its bin
city for a hundred years before, thu
pilgrim fathers landed from the May
llower. It is yet a wild with savatfu
Indians claimed to be cannibals and
thousands of acres of land only wait
ing for cultivation.
Mr. and Mrs. Kd Neeluy have been
down from their ranch at FairvieT
Visiting their brother, Lee Neeley.
Mrs. Neeley reports the death of her
father, Mr. Hurnell who was living in
this vicinity about five years a(?o. Hu
died from heart failure at his home
Mra. F. Harding culled upon Mra.
A. I). Hack, onu day hint week.
Somo of the members have rotirod
from the study club as thuy object to
the one cent line for IiuIiik late.
Mra. M. I). Hack culled upon Mra. H.
A. Fuller laat Thumdny.
M O N K Y ! M O N K Y !
The mint makes it and under the
terms of theCONTINFNTAI, MOKT
fJAt.'K COMPANY you can secure it
at 0 percent for any lennl purpose on
approved real estate. Terms easy, ttdl
us your vants and we will co-operate,
PF.TTY AND COMPANY
iil.'l Deuliaiii Hide;., Denver, Colo.
WAWTIOI) iV reliable and active man
or woman in Dandou to organize
neighborhood magazine clubs. Mem
bers receive their favoritu matfazinej
at onu third less than tin; regular price
and pay monthly. New plan. Work of
orKaniziiiK pleasant and niK'hly prolitl
able and can be done in spare time.
Keuulur monthly income. In reply
ing (,'ive piali(1cations and referuncu.
Mana'ine company, Ilox 155, Time
Square Station, New York City.
Saint at Myitla Point laat week T.
W. ClMilburii of IIhiiiIuii wua elmlwd
iruaiiliig olllrer uf Hih illatHct
Ari'hia Maitwn ut orib IWimI
tliiwwn ruiN a ilili fij. wami tact
wimli riw4ar iM - iMxi'i anatiiiiiiiit
lily rife f I Mill wtiliji lu llxl. lif Imh
' liKliicilni iimU at PufU'i iIiii
hu iaui lu)'fc fni't. i an awny mimI bi'
fait in ill I id Hi m el v ut lilf IUII
I- I. WIIRHLUIt,
Kiiu! I'oi t raits
FIm'. SI. CiihI of llolel (iullier
1m Itoli'i Hiir liuJjijJiiy hlt
In Vmdm Mill il-jMimi Will mU a
i a iJli'Ai it 1 L all mJ tAlHAi ll.AAillla. a J
Do you win) I piii'o drug
niiil ilnig wtJMflrlttt, Olio
purfuinoM, linlr hi'iiilii'.
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