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BAN DON I1REVITIE3
Chas. S. Kaiser is here from Marsh
J. It. Paters, black sand miner is
back from a visit 15 Seattle.
Mrs. Robert Fox and son are at L.
Vm. Gillings of Port Orford was
a visitor in this city yesterday.
Petitions were circulated here re
cently ard numerously signed for the
parole of V. M. Smith.
Thos. C. Clark was up from Klk
River yesterday for a 'visit in Ban
The boiiid of trustees of the Ban
don Hcightc lai'd company met this
The annual meeting of tlm Bank
of Bando-. will bo held tomorrow af
ternoon. A. II. Thomas, supt. of a Sixes
mining company wps a visitor in this
Elder Thos. Barklow will bo here
Sunday morning and will preach at
the church of the brethren.
The Ladies' Thimble Club will moot
nt the honw of Mrs. Nygren next Fri
Mrs. L. B. Overhalger and son Ga
licn of this city visited Inst weo,k with
relatives nt Myrtle Point.
Ernest Bonk 'vho was confined to
his home with the grip hint week, is
The steamer Fificld after a two
days wajt passed out over the bar
Inst Saturday afternoon.
WHO PAYS? See it every week
on Tuesdays nt the Grand Theater.
Good, Conking Apples; from 10 cts
'a box, up. Also Sweet Cider. . I.osh
baugh's Variety Store. j
, A man who
when Old Prob
jl 5( Protector Hat. 75 cenli
Satisfaction Guaranteed TfWEIl'S
J. TOWER CO. e!TT,
I A Piclure that is
"Brother Officers" played to packed houses at
the Strand Theater, New "York City
Grand, next Thursday,
ffi Coming next
five act comedy
I Wm. Button was operated cn in the
Bandon hospital last week for appen
'dicitis and is able to be about once
Ted Peterson who spent the holiday
season at Myrtle Point looking after
the Hub store there returned to his
duties in Bandon last week.
You enn get a combination of style
and service in shoos also much more
for your money than anywhere else
in town at the Square Deal, op. Grand
theater. Satisfaction guaranteed. Shoe
repair shop in connection.
Mrs. Zeno Gatchel returned to Ban
don last week after a visit at the home
of her parents Mr. and . Mrs. M. R.
Mr. nr.d Mrs. F. G. Newell and
daughter Miss Ada Newell of Co
quille opont Saturday and Sunday in
Mrs. Ray Martin and daughter re
turned on the steamer "Lizzie" from
Fri. . " where they have been for sev
B. A. Cardwell, mining cngineer'of
S)an Francisco, and a brother of W.
W. Cardwell, politician 'of Roscburg,
was a vsitor here the past week.
Mrs. Mary Saultu and Flores Tn-
bclle of Tucson, Arizona were recent
arrivals here by boat, looking over
The following is the passenger list
,of the Fifield: P. M. Speels, E. E.
Erick, W. Fowler, Rayner Goiscmjorf-
er, Pat Hanrahan.
Mr. and Mrs. T. White of Wcdder-
burn stopped over in town yesterday.
Mrs. White was on her way north for
treatment in a hospital.
The friends of Rev. Henry L. Graf
lius, formerly of Bandon will be
pleased to know that he is now preach
ing in the ElMonte, Gal., Presbyter
John Barrymorc' the Comedian will
be seen next Sunday in "The Dictator"
a comical play of a revolution in old
j Mexico. It's great. A Paramount
This year the sheriff's office will
, have to do all the tax collecting and
' as a result Sheriff Johnson's bond has
1 eon increased from ?20,()00 to ?10,-
M0. Coquillc Sentinel.
Archie Madden who shot his com-
j panion at Beaver hill last summer
j vvhen. fie lnt.'.cr refused his command
to dance, wan sentenced to six months
! in the coiuty jail last week.
J The Brooklyn had no passenger list
on her last trip. Slio had a cargo of
j oil and gasoline nnd had to give up
I her passenger license for this more
; profitable cargo.
j Should a Mother Tell Till Every
mother in Bandon should bring her
daughter to see this great lesson in
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story of Life and War in far
SHOWN AT THE
Sunday John Barrymore in the
life as acted by Betty Nansen In tho
Fox feature play.
Bill Sellmor is prcscntng a good
line of pictures at the Grand these
days, and yet insists that he is not
making any money but is banking on
the future. That is the kind of nerve
that wins, and builds institutions and
The next thing on the docket will
be damage suits cguinst the owners
of the Sar.tr. Clara. N. C. McLood has
something like $5,000 in claims
against the company for freight lost
at the time of the wreck of the boat.
V. M. Smith who was tiled in the
Circuit court on the charge of point
ing a gun at Constable Blackerby
was found guilty las Tuesday and sen
tenced to six months in the county
"Should a Mother Tell?". Betty Nan
sen star in this William Fox feature
that has made talk from the Atlantic
to the Pacific answers this vital
question "Should a Mother Tell?"
will be presented at the Grand
Theater next Friday, January 14.
The Elizabeth came in to the harbor
Sundny nfternoon with the following
list of passengers: Claude Randleman,
Leslie Cornwall, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Boyrie and child, Mrs. W. S. Mack,
Miss, Eisten, J. Porenis, J. IL Cook
sen, Mary Saulton, Flora Fabctta, J.
L. Meyers, W. Wnorewski, G. Lcht,
men, B. Cerpentcr, B. A. Eardwell.
The Ladies Aid of the Presbyter
ian church will meet in the church to
Harvey Smith, fumous varmit hunt
er, was up from his Pilot Rock ranch
Louis Knapp, Jr. of Port Orford is
in town today on his way to school at
The storms of the past few weeks
have brought many wires down, in
terfering with telephone and tele-,
graph commmunication north and
Walter Sabin nnd J. II. Gould nre
lunong Bnndonians in Coquillc scrv
ig on the jury.
NEW COUNTY ROA DM ASTER
At its session yesterday the county
court appointed Robert Bruce Mur
dock, of Portland, to the County road
master. His salary was fixed at
$200 a month, which is to covor all bis
expenses, and he will enter upon the
discharge of his duties February 1.
Mr. Murdock has been at work ns
assistant engineer on the Columbian
Highway for sointe time past and is
highly recommended by Chief Engi
neer Herbert Nunn as well as by John
B. Yeon, the roadmaster of Multno
mah county. He is of Scotch-Irish
nativity end is said to bo a man who
listens hard and says little. The mem
bers of the court who met him in
You will like it!
Portland arc confident he will prove
just the sort of official they have been
Among duties yet to be performed
by thee ounty court before it ad
journs tomorrow are the appointment
of the road supervisors for the various
cities and other districts of the coun
ty and the drawing of a jury list for
the April term of court. Coquille
BOOK DONATION DAY
AT THE LIBRARY
Watch For The Date!
There will be refreshments nnd mu
sic awl a social good time. The invi
tation is genciul. Bring a book or
the price of n book; that is fifty cents
Fiction or juvenile book in good con
dition, or books for the reference
shelves, will b3 welcome.
We note with pleasure the gift of
one dollar and fifty cents for the pur
chase of a, magazine. The gift, the
Woman's Homo Companion. Also we
received from the state library a
copy of the General Laws of the stote
of Oregon: the Year Book of the Sons
of the American Revolution, contain
ing an illustrated history o( our flag:
a pamphlet on Folk Dancing by Dr.
Gulick and another on May Day cele
brations by Miss Burchanel.
F. AMELIA HENRY, Librarian
KKUSE & BANKS BEGIN BUILD
ING VESSELS AT ONCE
The Kiuse and Banks shipyard will
lay the keel of the new Bixby and
Clarke steam schooner within the next
few days since the employes who have
been working about the yard for
some time have the blocking about
ready to start the vessel. The lum
ber for the ship will be obtained from
the Simpson Lumber company nnd it
will require about 800,000 feet to con
struct the same. Ship timber is spe
cially selected and much of it is dif
ficult to obtain since there are requir
mcnts for a great deal of long clear
sticks. Fir will enter largely into the
construction of the new vessel, since
while cedar in the correct form is be
coming harder to secure. When the
keel is finished nnd the vessel geta
to the point where a full -force can
work the yard will be employing about
10 men on the job.
The company has a very favorable
chance it is said, of securing a sec
ond ship to build for the Charles Nel- J
son company, and before the sumrrcr
briuks Kruse & Banks will probably
bave the yard running at full capacity
L. P. Branstettcr went to Marshficld
Monday to arrange with the North
Pacific Seamship company for trans
portation of cattle from Coos Bay to
Eurekn. Mr. Branstetter finds there
are a number of cattle owners in the
Coquillc valley who arc short of feed.
The shipment will consist of two-year
old steers and dairy cows. Coquillc
On her last trip up the steamer
Kilbun; l..d 50 cases of liquor on
board consigned to Portland parties.
As the boat failed to roach her des
tination by January 1st the wet goods
were returned to San Fr-.vcisco.
Madisonvilo, Ky. "Unkle' Cy
Carlisle has succeeded in raising a
freak apple, although ho has no
name for it. ' Its upper half is a
bright yellow in color, and the lower
half a brilliant red.
It appears to lie an nil around case
of stubbornness on the Oregon avenue
project. Backed by their recent legal
victory the church appears to bo in
no mood to compromise and tho prop
erty owners on tho ayenue appear
equally determined not to support the
project if the original route is chang
en and the exit diverted to tho old
county road. The city attorney has
asked for a written permission from
tho council to tr.ke tho matter to the
supremo court and tho city fathers
are deliberating on whether or not
they will go to that expense.
Field Notes by Our Field Bcporter
Billie LoGoro is growing n lovely
mustache nnd already resemJilos tho
Kaiser to a groat extent-
It is rumored that Schmidt Hansen
will soon start a moonlight brewory
in the back room of his prosont lo
cation. Whnt wo want to know is Why
Archie Jnrgenson makes so muny
trips to Myrtlu Point?
Wo notice tho bank hall special has
a pretty soft time nowadays.
Jack nicking Ih looking line ami
nay ho U foiling tho mum. Ilu wiy
tho rity'n dryiiotti will lunt but III U
only u lemporury nilniunt.
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DESCRIPTION OF THE ELECTION
PRECINCTS WITHIN THE
BOUNDARY OF THE CITY
LIMITS OF BANDON
No. M. Bandon South-West
Beginning at tho southwest corner
of See. 30, Twp.29 S. R. II W. and
running thence north along the center
lie of Oregon avc. to 4th st. W.; thence
,westery aloi g center litc of said
1th st. W. to Ocean Drive; thence
along the center line of Ocaan Drivo
to the west line of the city limits of
Bandon; thence southerly along said
city limits to the southeast corner of
the city limits of Bandon; thence
easterly along said city limits to 13th
st. W.; thence east along said 13th
st. W. to the placo of beginning.
No. Bandon North-West
Beginning at tho north east corner
of precinct 44 at the eornerof 4th st,
W. and Oregon Ave. nnd running
thence westerly aloi g the coi.tcr of
4th st. W. to Ocean Drivo; thence
southerly along the center line of
said Ocean Drive to the west line of
the city limits of Bandon; thence
northerly along the west line of said
city limits to the north-west corner,
of said city limits; thence east along
the north line of said city limits to
the Twp. line between Twps US S. It.
14 and Twp. 2S S. R. 15 F.; thence
south (along said Twp. line to 2nd
street and Oregon avenue; thence
southerly along Oregon Ave. to the
place of beginning.
No. IK Bandon North-East
Beginning at a point of tho Twp.
line between Twps. 28 S. R. 14 and
Twp. 28 S. R. 15 W. on 2nd st.; thence
east along the center line of 2nd st.
E. to the east boundary of tho city
limits of the city of Bandon; thence
north along said cast line to the
northeast corner of the city limits of
Bandon; thence westerly along said
city limits to the north-cast corner of
Precinct 45; thence south along the
Twp. line to the place of beginning.
No. 47. Bandon SoutlrEast.
Beginning at the southwest corner
of Sec. 30 Twp. 2S S. R. 14 W. and
running thence northerly along tho
center lino of OregoiAvo. to 2ndsst.;
thence east along tho center line of
2nd street E. to tho enst boundary
line of the city limits of Bandon;
thence south along the oast boundary
line of said city limits to the south
east corner of said city limits; thence
west along the south boundary line
of said city limits to the place of be
ginning. Christian Science Services
Bandon Christ )ui Scientists have
moved from the Kime building into
room 3 of tho Steplir.iifs building.
Services will be held there every Sun
day at 11, A. M. Sunday school at
11:45, A. M. Tho public is cordially in
vited to attend.
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A Desk Phone is Cheaper!
Because it takes less of your time
and energy to answer.
Because the convenience will cause
you to use it more and receive the
Because it costs you less in dollars
nnd cents than in the past.
The cost of a desk telephone is 2!
cents per mouth less than one cent
Coos and Curry
Printing which is the t
product of the Recorder
Print Shop is cheap on
ly in Price. To make
your dollar secure the
Best Returns Patronize
The Bandon Record:
GREAT DRAMATIC ACTION
In the latest William Fox prodt)
tion "Should a Mother Tell?" the
is seen dramatic action that is rare
if ever beheld upon the screen. T
story itself, by Rex Ingrain is one
exceptional power and presents a pi
blcm that calls for dramatic ncti
of such intensity as could be portra
ed by perhaps no other actress th
Betty Nansen. As tho mother- to
between an almost fanatical sense
justico and a desire for the happine
of her daughter, Miss Nansen has o
portunities to display her wonderf
emotional powers exceptionally. I
deed it mny be said that in "Should
Mother Tell?" an ideal vehicle h
been found for this cxtrnordinari
Stuart Holmes, who supports Mi
Nansen in this production as Gaspa
the scoundrelly husband portrays V
part to perfection, nnd Arthur Hooj
and Claire Whitney, as the Baron ni
Baroness Gauntier, do exceptional
well with their respective roles. ,
many respects this picture is one i
the most remarkable released
This picture will be shown nt tl
Grand Theater Friday January 14.
The place that pays you to invest
gate is tho Square Deal, op GrMid tin
atcr. The shoes we sell are absolute);
gunranteod to be solid leather tlm
out and prices lowest in town. Shoe n
pair shop in connection.
From the old stand
on Second Street to
the Iaird & Lowe
Building at First St.
and Wall Streets op
posite to Hank of
where we "'ill be
pleafed to meet old
patrons and new.
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Telephone Company i