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s)0?)5 0S , "Jitney" Mather says tho crowd is
' BAN DON BREVITIES getting larger at Doyle's every Sat
C. K. Sydnam of Langlois was a
visitor in Bandon Sunday.
R. G. McKenzie was up from Port
Morris Jensen of Marshfield was on
our streets yesterday.
Ohas. Curtis was over irom me
bay ycitcrday on his usual roundi.
1 Free Call of Gold Bench was a bus
iness caller in Bandon last Tuesday
L. Robinson is working on n sigi
for the Seaside bakery which when
mounted, is sure to attract attention
The Icttors of he sign are cut from
wood and mounted.
Haol Dawn, the girl who starred
R. D. Wells was down from Lampa ' ln tJlBl spi0R(jfd comedy, Niobe will b
creek Saturday. 8een at the Grand Theater next Thurs
i(...i, tt.i., ut tnr iwt nrfnr,! ' Jay, in "Clarissa" a society drama of
on business Friday.
Role Anderson was a visitor in Ban
don last week.
its u Paramount.
Its good, because
R. G. McKonzic was up from
Elk rivjr on busuioss last Friday.
Friendy Medlock , was down from
Arthur Coach was in town Satur
Chas. Willard came down from
Poweta to spend Friday and Satur
day. He reports snow nearly twenty
inches deep in come of the canyon
Sabro brothors took advantage of
; the bU..3hine today to dispense phon
ogrcpn music through a phonograph
1 horn inxertod from an uunor window
Alori Kurznai is out ngnin alter an It couIJ 1)(J hcard a1 ovor tho down
illness of six weeks. I lown district of tho city,
.Mrs. t,va Crockett, wnon as beer. presy Swiml0 camt! to town wlen
at Bandon for somo time past, retur-1 Crane.s cnmp cioge(1 (lown Saturday
ned to Rogue river sbe wilUesido with j for the unllsun, roason that thcrc was
her mother, Mrs. Ihos. smith.
Wanted Work by the day or hour,
R. C. Runde, Phono, 952. tf :
eight inches of snow on the ground
The Brooklyn went out today with
' one of the largest loads she ever took
TO EXCHANGE RANCHES lout. Tho trip also may have been her
For Exchange For Dairy Farm on , lasft. It is roported that on arrival at
or near the coasts-two good grain and ' San Francisco she will be inspected
stock farms nrt Malheur lake, Oregon. 'Jjitl if found all right will be sold for
All rich, lovel land, no waste. 100 ac-' use from San Francisco to Puget
res wild grass hay land. Balance suit- i sound. The Brooklyn is owned by the
nblo for irrain nnd nlfalfa. On county ! Sudden & Christensun Co, the same
road, imuil route and telephone line. ; firm that owns the Prosper mill.
317 acres in; all fenced. Buildings,
stock, tools. Places adjoining, $20 an
acre. Clear of incumbrance. Describe
fully what you have in first letter. Ad
dress W. C. Purdin, Beaverton, Ore
gon, Box -112. 2t
A Rainy Bay Need
Not Be Dull
Cliccr up! Get to wcric
iu a Fish Brand
St rong, easy fitting,
li .lit, nnd u-alcr-1'ioof,
Keflex Juturs sto'.
wntcr from ri.i -ninginatthcfrci.l.
t.t .i t
Ui.. 111. .IPH
Blar.lc, Yellower Oliv
lVcti-ctor Hat, 73 cents
Hattffticttcn Cuarant, r,t
The steamer Elizabeth came in yc3
, torday for her 102mt voyage with the
I following list of passengers: Mrs. O
IW. Delar.oy and infant, W. K. Wil-
j hard, Frank G. Leslie, C. W. Ramwal
j er; C. T. Bock, wife and child.
Our next Fox feature entitled "From
the Valley of the Missing" is a $100,
000.00 Photoplay Feature over 1000
people in the cast 500 spectacular
scenes. A big Circus nnd a county
fair rented by the producer in order
to achieve realism. A wonderful
picture that you cannot afford to over
look See it at the Grand next Friday
The place that pays you to invest!
gate is tho Square Deal, op. Grand
Theater. The shoes we sell aro ah
solutcly guaranteed to be solid lenther
thruout and prices lowest in town
Shoo repair shop in connection.
FOR COUNTY CLERIC
I horoby announce myself as n dem
ocratic candidate for County Clerk
Mibject to tho action of tho people at
tho Primary in May. .L W. ODDY
Famous Players Film Co.
PRESENT THAT POPULAR STAR
Bandon is the only section' of Coos
County without snow this week. Tho
snow line begins with Parkcrsburg
and Bear Creek and gets deeper to
wurd Coquillo and Myrtle Point. Roy
Roscllc returned from Marshfield
yesterday and stated that snow was
even deeper at Coos Bay than at Co
quillo. Snow is apparent on Cape
Blanco to the South of us. Bandon if
least favored, is at all events, least af
flicted. Photo Play patrons who have seen
one of the "Who Pays?" series are
eagerly awaiting Tuesday night to
Hacl Dawn as Clarissa in "Gambicrs jbig barge. The yacht grazes the hulk
Advocate," Both Thrilling and Mrs. Brimbccomb, in her cabin, rush-
A feature that may be called both
thrilling and charming is a rare com
position but this description may be
accurately applied to the latest Para
mount release produced by the Fa
mous Players Film Co. Hazel Dawn
in "Gambicr's Advocate.'-' the current
attraction at the Grand Theater,
Thursday, Jan. 20.
In the rule of Clarissa, Hazel Dawn
presents a character., both enchanting
and absorbing.- The photoplay, found
ed on the noted Story bv Ronald Mac-
see the following installments of this , Donald; may hi termed a melodiuma
powerful and interesting film portray-1 tjc romance, with the strong elements
al. Eacho no of the Who Pays? pic- 0f the drama and the sweet note of
lures is a complete story in 3 reels.
Grand every Tuesday.
There is some talk of chartering the
gasoline schooner Tillamook for the
Coos Bay run to take the place of tho
Breakwater which is not to be put
on the bay run at all but is to serve
as a companion to the Elder between
San Francisco and Portland. The Til-
sentiment vying constantly through
out the production for supremacy. It
can be suid, however,
phase of the story triumphs complete
ly, because the greatest success of the
production is won by Hazel Dawn her
self. Through the influence of a weal
thy woman. Stephen Gambier is
greatly helped in his political career,
lamook was recently laid up for thcjTheir fricmiship ;8 misundcrstood by
winter ut Astoria. Her sister schoon
the outside world, however, and when
er, the Patsy arrived in Bandon Sun-tho lroRcdy of the woman.g dcath oc.
lay from Portland with miscellaneous, curSi circumstances sccm to ,loint t0
freight. , ' lovers' nuarrol. and Gamhinr is nr.
XT im. ., ,l I rested as the suspect. The igenuity
Snm Nas3 expects to leave on the . ' . h J
next trip of the Kilburn ior the spring 1 .
non canning season " , , . , , : . ,.
on the Columbia. His wife and family P, '
last August. at ",B ," i'i"""' iu am
pnc I VJUI1IUIUI, lUllUL'U Willi UIIUU I1ISI1UU
' name, rejoices not so mucn in nis lrce-
who have lived since
Prosper, will accompany him,
fishing season on the Columbia opens
May 1st and continues through June
ind July. The Columbia river salmon
j.re acknowledged the best in the
ivorld and tho big Chinooks arc some
times found as largo as ninety pounds.
Since the fishing season closed here
Mr. Nass has been busy putting things
in order about the cannery.
dom as in the fact. that genuine love
existed where he hndsuspected only
the cold conformity of duty.
Many realistic and extremely thril
j ling scenes, a motor accident, a stolen
' meeting and other gripping situations
i are vividly portrayed in this film ver
, sion of Ronald MacDonald's stirring
cs to a porthole alarmed by the sud
den shock. The porthole faces a
window of the barge. As the two
apertures come opposite each other,
Mrs. Brimbecomb finds suddenly
thrust into her stateroom from the
barge, the tiny form of an infant. A i
woman's voice from tho barge wuils. i
"Take him, lady and take good care
of him. His pop's nigh killed him."
The Brimbecomb's adopt the waif,
it grows (o -manhood ns their adopted
son, Everett. Of his real parents
"Everett" recalls nothing.
The Brimbecomb's are neighbors of
Floyd Vandecar whose twin children
Floyd and Fledra, were kidnapped in
that neither !arly,infaney- Thir abliuelor is Lon
vroiiK, a squaucr seni to prison lor
a long term of years by Vandecar.
when he was District Attorney of the
county. The twins grow up in Cronks
shack ns "Flea" and "Flukey". Fledra
(Flea), despite her rough surround
ings, grows into a lovely young wo
manhood nnd nt.last, goaded to des
peration by Cronk's crulety, she nnd
her brother run away. Penniless,
footsore nnd starved, they reach-Tar-rytown
and peer into the lighted win
dows of Horace Shcllington's home
where he lives with his sister, Anne.
Anne brings the two little "vagrants
into the house nnd ultimately adopts
The subsequent efforts of Lon Cronk
sided by Everett, the adopted son of
the Brimbecomb's, to regain posses
sion of tho children, tho thwarting of
their plots nnd machinations by Ho
race Shcllington, and the final re
storation of tho long lost twins t
their rightful parents, mnke a scree.
'- win v uiir linn
This story will be shown at tlv
Grand Theater, Friday January 21.
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. D. Shcrrard, of j nmes KirKwooti, wno win ue re-
Bandon. who snent the holidays vi- memnereu tor his portrayal opposite
siting at tho T. L. Carey homo at Wed- Pickford in "Behind the Scenes"
lerburn passed up tho coast on their . enncfc the role ot uamtuc.r, ana mtus-
rntnrn mm il.iv Inst. wnok. Mr. Shnr-: cs into tms cnarnctcrizaiion an U1C
ard, who is agent for the Dodge car,
reported one sale in the Rogue river
country nnd several other prospective
ones. Port Orford Tribune.
! fnrno nni! viirnr wlilMi if rnnnlrna
From the old stand
on Second Street to
the Laird & Lowe
Building at First St.
and Wall Streets op
posite to Bank of
where we "ill he
pk-.i'Td to meet old
patrons and new.
Fi H-rrs ; nd
I li:n ' in jr.
Don't Give Yourself Cause To Regret II
BIG FOX FEATURE
You can get a combination of style
and service in shoes also much more
for your money thnn anywhere else
n town at the Squaro Doal, op. Grand
theater. Satisfaction guaranteed- Shoeing up the Hudson, stops short with
$100,000.00 Production "From the
Valley of the Missing" by Grace
Miller White, Direction Frank Powell
Harold Brimbecomb's yacht, speed
A tliri".'ng dramatic Romance in five supreme
acts, played by the
SHOWN A I Till
Grand, Thursday, Jan. 20
Never Miss Mng a Paramount Picture!
Oiiiiln.; iii'xl Siiii(lii"Cliliiiiiilii I'mldoii"
repair shop in connection
Good, Cooking Apples; from -10 cts
i box, up. Also Sweet Cider. . Losh-
baugh's Variety Store.
Notes from the Battlefield by our
It is rumored that Lou Reeves tak
es a two mile run on the bench every
morning; the reason for this training
has not yet been discovered. Mr.
Reeves refuses to explain.
"Shanks" Holmnn says it takes
orve to wander around on leap year.
imos Hndscll litis just returned
from another mysterious visit to Bear
Creek. It is rumored that ho is look-
ng for a location whore moonshiningi
can be saftely. carried on.
Ben Parks made a flying trip to
Cow Town Friday, business unknown.
Eddie Myers, really "bought" n can
f tobacco, Saturday evening, the first
in many months.
Dul Morras was chased by a fero
cious band of squirrels while roaming
n the woods of west Bandon.
Bill Nygreen is considering the
Mntrimoninl question very seriously
Bill's motto is "Look twice before you
jump and then don't jump".
Bunny reports the peanut industry
ery good since tho town went dry.
THE HOP-SKI BAR
Times aint like they used to be,
But still their not so blue,
Because we'll drink the cider now,
And hit the hopski too.
And I know we're sure to meet
With friends from near and far
Wo'll piny stud. poker and rununy too
Down nt the HOPSKI BAR
We'll crowd around the big oak stove
The boys will all be thore
For the Hopski Bar is there with bolls
I tell you its u bear.
Wo'll drink tho red wing grape-juice
And smoke tho big cigar,
And chew the rajr with Charley Page
Down at the Hopski bar. V. ('.
Here are a few clubbing combinations
The Recorder und tho Evening Tele-
Krmii Iwth one year, $1X0
Tho Roeordor and tho Daily nnd
Sumtoy Journal one yr f(U0
Ih orJur and tho Dally Jour
it!, both nmi ymr l&.Uft
The ItMwnlur nnd thy Kuwltiy Jwir.
both en ymr tar f&OQ
'JIm Hmt'nUr awi Um SuiHl.Wttoklf
II JUNWUw mm Lk Wiufcly 0.
bet w yvr Ur MM
a grating, grinding sound. Out of
the fog looms the black outline of a
hecause you reg'eced plating
your valuahles in a safety de
posit vault. Many have re
greted their tardiness inacting
fires and hurglars have rost
them dear. Anything valu
able is worth taking care of.
Our vaults are fire and hurglar
We invite your inspee-
The undersigned will sell at public auction in the
Hartman building on Second St. opposite Hotel Vale, on
Friday and Saturday
Jan., 21st and 22nd
from 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m. each day
Furnishings from a 10 room lodging house con
Beds, Mattresses, Springs, Dressers, Com
modes, Chairs, Rugs, Carpeting, Linoleum and
Miscellanous Houshold G
Goods are in first class condition. Good, as new
Terms of Sale, Cash
B, B. STRAUHAL, Auct.