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About Western world. (Bandon, Coos County, Or.) 1912-1983 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1915)
Sale Begins Monday, March 29
Sale Begins Monday, Ma rch 29
GOLDEN RULE STORE
Bought for 39 Cents on the Dollar
Having purchased the Bankrupt Stock of the Bandon Dry Goods Company we are mov-
ing the same to the Golden Rule Store where it will be offered for sale beginning Monday,
THIS STOCK MUST BE SOLD IN ONE WEEK
One-Fourth to One-Half Price, Many things almost given away
The Misfortune of Others is Your Opportunity.
Come Monday Morning to Golden Rule Store
NOTICE OF SALE OF I MPROVE-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
That sealed bids will be received ’ y
the Common Council of the City of
Bandon. Coos County, Oregon, at the
office of the City Recorder of said
City until 7 o'clock I’. M. Wednesday
the 21st day of April 1915, for the
purchase of street improvement
bonds to th«* amount of $8,105.45 all
of said bonds to be in denominations
not less than $2.'*.00 nor more than
$□90.00. They tear interest al Hie
rale of 6 per cent per annum from
date thereof payable semi-annually.
1 Said bonds are dated January 1st,
I 1915, and mature in ten years there
after with prepayment option thereon
at face value and accrued interest to
date of anj semi-annual coupon in
terest period after one year front
date of bonds.
Said bonds are authorized by the
laws of the State of Oregon and Ordi
nances of the Common Council of the
City of Bandon, Oregon.
Every bid must designate the de
_______ ion of bonds desired, and
must be accompanied by a certified
check equal to five per cent of the
amount of bid or proposal to be for
feited to the City of Bandon in case
bid is accepted and bidder fails to
make payment of said bonds.
All bids to be addressed to E. B.
Kausrud, City Recorder. Bandon,
Common Council reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
Dated this 24th day of March,
E. B. KAUSRUD,
Recorder City of Bandon
Mar. 24. Apr. 1. 8. 15.
House Cleaning Time is Here!
• • •
Floors, Doors, Furniture,
Woodwork, anything that needs brighten-
ing-up. Try a small can and be convinced
McNair Hardware Company
We Sell Goods of Merit Only
BORN- Friday, March 19, to Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Kopf, a daughter.
Western World—the Quick Print
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Hanrahan
left on the Elizabeth for San Fran
cisco to visit the exposition. They
intend to stay over one trip of the
.ÎJt'utrlry (C d
The ladies of Bandon and vicinity
It is said the promoters of Doyle’s
are invited to a Special Display of
Easter Millinery at Morrison’s Milli pavilion are planning on holding a
it big dance at the place a week from
I nery Shop, Saturday March 2 7.
Saturday night. They intend to have
Verlin Parker, familiarly known as something out of the ordinary in tlie
“Doc,” who is employed by Engineer music line and assure their patrons
C. R. Wright on the local harbor the affair is something to look for
survey was at the Bay Tuesday for a
Miss Clara McIntosh was a pas
The Jubilee Quartet will be nt the
Monday for San Francisco,
Grand next Saturday and Sunday
will visit for a short while
and will you be there with your best
Get your tickets at Boyle’s with relatives residing there, and
take in the wonders of the exposition.
Jewelry Btore now.
Miss Viola Beyerle was one of the
Geo. P. Walbridge of Spokane,
stepfather of J. H. Smith of the Ban Bandon people leaving on the Eliza
don Power company,
arrived last beth Monday night for San Francis
night for a brief visit at the Smith co where she will attend the exposi
home, following which he will go tion and visit witli California friends.
south to take in tlie exposition.
The M. E. church south, which lias
Passion week will be observed at been remodeled inside and out will
the Methodist church. Appropriate again open for services at 11 a. m.
services on Tuesday, Wednesday, j Sunday. The usual services of the
Thursday and Friday evenings and a evening wlil also be held.
special sermon Easter Sunday. All gelistic services are to be held each
1 members and friends are urged to be day at 8 p. tn. during the coming
in attendance next Sunday, says Rev. week and perhaps later, states Pastor
W. B. Smith, who invites all.
the very newest crea
tion in the line made by
Silver Plate that Resists Wear
Has every good point
in its favor, namely
Good For .
A paint for every purpose
We are now ready to serve you
with a brand new stock of goods
which just arrived on the Steamer
INITIAL ENGRAVED EREE
Buy where Quality and Quantity
are backed by a Money Guaran
tee; where 95c buys $1 worth
Thanking you for past favors and solicit
ing your future patronage, we are
Yours for Good Service
City Grocery Co
“HOUSE OF QUALITY”
All Staple and Fancy
Pieces in Stock.
Our fully equipped repair de
partment enables us to do
First Class Work on
any kind of a watch
Boyle Jewelry Co.
Everard H. Boyle, Mgr.
< " e Carry No Accounts')