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BANDON, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1913
Many Useful Courses Will
Be Given to the Gen
The courses so far arranged for
night school are given below.
The lees lor these courses have
been put at $2.50 for each except
tne Domestic Science, which will be
$3.50 and the use of the typewriter"
for one period twice a week will be
$1 50, The length ol time of these
courses is eight weeks, with two
classes each week. If any one wishes
to take more than one course a re
duction in price will be made anil if
more than one in the family tnttes
the woik the price will be leduccd.
It might be stated that Prof Wat
kins has just been elected to take
charge of our commercial work and
to teaih in the high school. He
has had long and wide evperience
and is well qualified for his position.
The commercial law is in the
hands of Prof. L. P. Nichols, one of
our teachers who is well able to
h indie his subject since he has been
admitted to the bar in California.
To other people offering classes
are well known in Bandon, either as
teachers or as experts in their line of
work. They need not to" be in
troduced. The plan is to begin this won: af
ter the holidays but in case less than
ten wish to take a course it will not
be given Hence it will be neces
s iry to send in names now. If any
one is interested in any of these
courses it is up to him to secure the
required number and make the
Prof. V II. VVatkins: Bus ines
arithmetic, including applications of
percentage, interest, discount, par
tial payments, bills accounts, and
partnership. Special attention given
to lumber, plastering, excavations
for cellars ditches etc.
Miss Lucile McKay: -The physi
cil culMie work will include the fol
lowing Exercises for chest develop
meutand correct breathing, exercises
for correct posture, work with dumb
bells and wands and folk dancing.
Mis. IS M. Rca, writing: The
principals of penmanship, muscular
movement and rapid drills Lcttet
writing, business, correspondence,
social and business forms Spelling
thorough drill in spelling ol words
in commnn use.
Mrs, II. L. Hopkins: The music
course. Breathing exercises, place,
ment ol voice, modulation of voice
and note leading. If enough people
take this course a cantata will be
i iven with orchestra accompaniment
at the end ol the course.
Miss Nora Solve, class in sewing:
-The members of this class should
bring material for shirt waists, house
cresses, childrens clothes, under
wear, etc. This material will then
be worked up into various articles
ol clothing under the instruction of
Miss Solve. Instruction will also be
given in cutting patterns "ml1 the use
of sewing machines. s
Typewriting: The use of six
machines for periods of one houi
each may be had but perhaps with
out personal instruction The in
struction books however may be
used with tie machines, it -is the
intention to have these machines
used by those who wish to learn the
operation here on our machines and
practice may be had in the periods
Have Only Tee Slioppieg- Days Before
Pro. L. P. Nichols, Commercial
law: The course in commercial
law will be of the same character as
that offered by the regular Business
Colleges. 1 The aim is to give the
greatest practical knowledge of busi
ness liw possible in the time spent.
Each evening one or more of the
practical pioblcms of everyday busi
ness will be taken up and carefully
explained by Prof. Nichols.
Miss Lajidreth. cooking: Plain
cookery, all types ol com non foods
with a thorough study ot the under
lying principles involved. Simple
dietetics, attention given to good
combination in serving. Attention
also given to the preparation of re
freshments lor especial occasions
such as luncheons, teas, etc.
Look and Read.
As this will not run forever
I have the exclusive sale of 80 ol
the finest R'-sident Lots in the City
ol Bandon, that I am going to place
on the market for a short time at the
f illowing prices, $75.00 and $100.00
each with $25.00 additional for cor
ner lots, these lots are all cleared,
not only slashed and burned but
cleared ready for the building and
garden, and not only that but I can
make you the best of terms at the
regular cash prices, and wait I have
something that I want to whisper
and that is that the last hold-back-street
obstractionist died ihere last
suminei and they have a nice street
with good wide sidewalks right up
to this addition, sell of couise they
will 5 ell and if you vatit to get the
first pick yon will have to hurry.
And here is another that you must
not overlook if you want something
on the ground floor for business lots
I have six lots left north of the old
woolen mill that are coming to the
front fast, one for $400, one for $450
two for $650.00 each and two for
$850 00 each, the last two have the
street work done excepting the side
walk, now if you want terms I can
give you terms on these lots also.
Acreage did you say, why sure
horn $30.00 up anil it is good to or
I would not be handling it, one
hours walk from the Post Office not
out 8 or ten miles, not out in the
foot hills but on the county road
I used to have 6 or 8 Fire Insur
ance Companies in the office but got
to thinking one good one would be
bettert I got the Hartford Fire In-
surance Company and I found I was
right so will you if you investigate.
Let us talk it over.
IS. 15. OAKI5S,
The Pioneer Land Merchant of
Good Roads Goodrum Here.
"Goodroads" Goodrum the Coos
county agent for the Ford and Cadil
l ie was in Bandon Wednesday meet
ing the Bandon business men and
prospective antoumbile buyers.
S, G Whitsett who ;s the local
acnt for these aits was piloting
him around and during their rounds
they closed up one or two deals for
There arc enough Fords and
Cadillacs in Bandon so that every
body knows what they look like,
but it is said the 1914 designs in
both cars are far superior to any
thing yet put out by either ol the
The 1914 Ford is said to be es
pecially fine, as the design is much
different than it ever was
and the car is much more comfort
able asc well as more beautiful.
J. E Ford and family expect to
move to Marshfield the first of the
year to make their .future home.
Their many Bandon friends will be
sorry to lose them froniyour city but
will wish them well in their new
Blazing Trails In Glacier National
Park With a Patfoe Camera
B It - X IV
rir--7ojrVPathe I'arly En Route Throujh
k) Int'liiile the womlerf til scenery
Knrle. camera man for the
jij WT Palhe Tarty Lcavlnj Glacier Park HolM ;'l
Jack, Exrcrt Horseman, 7 W ,, .... - (VrT' Operators Expend Much Time"
With Camera on His Back y LA Swinin the I'alhc Camera lit I tice "ar('sl,ils ni1 Even
(SciUV Across Entrance lo Ice Cave f MZZA Dan'cr ,0 Gct ,he Photos We
.1 1 - ' ,:N '""j'ol the City Enjoy In Comfort
in the Krent lmtional playground. Under the KUldance or Tom uawson, a veteran guide 01 tne hockios
nf iimth"wi.sli'in Montana,
Kluelers, rivers ami lakes, which make the park more fnnioiiH for Its scenic wonders than the Alps of Switzerland.
Always seeking somethliiB new and marvelous for the patrons of motion picture theaters nil over the world,
the I'athe company has sent Its northwestern representative Into Glacier National park on several trips.
Leaving the big hotel at (Ilaeler park station, the I'athe party made n trip over Mount Henry, where a trail in
now lielng hullt. and came out near Two Medicine camp, one of the beauty spots of the- park. For n week tho
I'athe party, with Its pa k animals, camping outfit and guides, bhizwl new trulls Into remote regions, and beautiful
waterfalls, 'lee Holds mid pii turesiie inountnln ranges welo lllmed. The picture under the eaptiou "Hlazing Trails
in Claeier Notional I'ark" was recently released by the i'athe company aud is now being shown till over the United
Following is the financial report 0
the Bandon White Cedar Festival
coi.t.rci LD i'rom Mm sunscRinrR.
Hliimlell ltros 10.0(1
K. 1). Myers 1 $10.00
I'. It. .1 foyt J $5.00
City Meat Market $10.00,
J. Mnrs , $15.00
K. 1C. Reynolds $5.0()
(iarouttc Hros $5.00
l'ord and Hotkey $5.00
William Sillintr, , $25.00
S. Amlcrttm ...... $5.00
1.. N. K. Kestauraut- $5.00
Jnrvitz Hros. .... '....... $2.00
M. Clarke,...; 30,00
R. II. Rossi Co." .....t... 111.00
(iros Hros $50.00
J-' I- Jotiea ..." $10.00
City Cirocery .. .'s..$5.00
A ttlmr Coach . ! $ 1 0,00
Maticiett Hros $5.00
O. A. Trowhriilge $10.00
Western WorKl..a 54.OO
Handon Duig Co ".$5.00
C. K. Kopf ! l.'.$5.00
A. McAil.unj,. v $50.00
Joe Coaelt ? . $50.00
Ritchelor Saloon $50,00
S. Hansen $5.0()
Howling Alley..; $15.00
Jamieson and IVige... $50.00
lUndou liar.. $50.00
Handon Furniture Company $10,011
"-loining company $10.00
urangc iiiariuacy fi.VV
Iktmlon, Bty Goods CoinKtny $5.00
R.Hinusscu'Hroi. & Tuttle $30.00
K. HV lle $5.00
Ruiilon Power Company $5.00
1). M. Avcrill.y. $10,110
W. I.oomai ...$5.00
A. G. Krickkon $5,00
A. D. Mills ..$5.00
Djyoe and I'reisey ..5.00
Gilier Hytel...o $10.00
Byn Ton Barber Shop $5,00
Glacier National Tark
of (Jlaelor Nntlmml park in tlie new
I'athe 1'reres eouuiany, recently made 11
-Pathc Weekly Camp In Glacier I'arka JjZs
the l'ntlm man secured some unusuni pictures 01 tne watenaus, moumaiiis,
Golden Rule $10.00
I.. N. Gregory ..." $5.00
A. S., Gilbert $10.00
Handon Hardware Company..- $10.00
C. V. Lowe. ,..$2.50 '
Hank of Handon... $15.00
Firm Nationa1 Hank.
From sale of Qneea' voles
l''rom 3 tli of July fund,
Streut Sprinkliim ..... 7.50
Sale of tUncc plaifonn " !. .80.00
Total receipt. .
Total disbursement- . .
H'ance cah, fu hand- - .- 172.5(1
To the Bandon Carnival Com
mittee, we the auditors ol the White
Cedar Festival find the submitted
statement of the financial condition
of the White Cedar Festival Com
mittee correct as per cancelled
checks and vouchers. (Signed)
D. M. Avertll, N. J. Gram, Audit
ing Committee tor the While! Cedar
At a "meeting of the Bandon Car
nival Committee held on Friday.
Decemberr5th the foregoing report
was adopted. 0 It was regularly
moved ard seconded' tint a meeting
of the subscribers to the Carnival
hind be held at the Commercial club
hall at 8 o'clock on Friday Decern
ber the 12th to determine what dis
position shall be made ot the cash
All subscriber tothe Carnival
fund and to the Fourth of Julv fur.d
are requested to attend this meeting.
".see America Mrst" scries, uaipn u.
trail uIjizIiik tour of unexiiiored repionn
Special Features at Grand.
"The Girl uul the Gangster," a
two reel special by the Kaleni Con:
pany. Its a melodrama of tho un
derworld with a powerful plot, a
picture that will hold yovr attention
throughout. Pathes Weekly, latest
events ol the world, "'The Master
Fixer," a good Vitagraph comedy.
This program you can see at the
Grnnd Saturday night, Dec 13.
Sunday night we present a magni
ficcnt three part production entitled
"The Springtime of i.ile,'' a power
ful story, beautiful light effects,
.splendid acting; in the third reel
there is a realistic reproduction of a
terrible theatre fire. The bill con
chides with an liJison Comedy,
"The Widows Suitors. '
Don't miss seeing this bill, Grand,'
steam heat and a 5 piece orchestra,
The Prisoner of Zenda.
daniel Frohmaii presents James
lC Ilackett and a special company
in "The Prisoner of Zenda," by
Anthony Hope in 5 reels of motion
pictures. This great feature has
been booked in by the- Orpheum
management at a very' great expense
and the same will be sh3wn Satur
day night along vvjth 5 an excellent
vaudeville bill, admission 25c and
15 cents, 0 o
Shcrifl W? y. 6aee wan in Ban
don Wedncwlay, and was minus his
fine long beard. Don't kno$ whnt
his reason was for slaving
East District About Complete
and Digger Has Moved to
The progress of putting in the
Bandon sewer 'lias been good since
the digger arrived and Contractor
Geo. P. I.aird hopes to have both
oontiacts completed within the sixty
day time limit.
The System of district No. 2.
which comprises the territory around
the new school house is about com
pleted and the digger has been
moved to district No. 1. where is
now tin owing din on Fourth Street.
The weather has been quite favor
able so far and with similar cou
ddions the system will soon be
December 91I1 was Mrs ohn
Moore's birthday and anuuiber of
her liiends came in to surprise her
and to remind her of the occasion
four course luncheon was served
and Mrs Fred Gross presided at the
Those present were Grandma
Gross, Mesdame-i Gus Gross, Fled
Gross, .. lacobs, E. C. "Drosch
Irn.-Tuek.er; K. Wyani.i M. Giles,
Nvgren, B:-tf6"dgeTsT ACioyt,'
J. IS. Ford, and Thorn.
The decorations were pink and
white festoons of ribbon and carna
tions, music was furnished by Mrs.
J. C. Brown. Mrs. Moore received
a number of beautiful presents, con
sisting of hand painted china and
cut glass. Grandma Gross pre
sided at the head table, gowned in
brown sitk. trimmed with rare old
1 ice. The hostess was gowned in
blue '-atin with heirloom lace.
All present had a fine time and on
depaiting, wished Mrs. Moore many
more happy birthdays.
The Brooklyn si tied yestcrbay
morning with 15 tons ol freight. 21S
000 feet of lumlui and the following
passengers: D Fal y, F.rick Srroin,
John DeCoosta, J. A. Fenschler. A.
S Owen, A, S. McKee, Joe Sitva,
S Avery, Fred Meens R. discs, J.
Walsh. Fied II. Woods.
The Fifield arrived yesterday with
70 tons ol freight and 2t passengers,
having made the round ttip in five
days and one hour. The Fifield
will sail tomorrow at 1 1 :00 a. m.
The Bandon sailad 'this morning
for San Diego wilh 15,523 railroad
The Speedwell will sail from San
Francisco for Bandon Sunday.
The Elizabeth arrived this after
noon with 250 tons of freiglij and
the following passengers: Mrs,
L. Smith, Ruth Attlcsey. Earl At
tlesey, R. Danielson, W0 I Tel
wick, wjfe and child, Emerson Kirk,
Alexander Kirk, S. C. Lee, F. O.
Lee. Jv Giifstad, F. ll. Benhani, N.
Jameson, W;. Muasten, Clyde Lillic
B: J. Hall, L. T. Crouch. 0
The Eiizabeth will sail Suncjay.
Geo. W. Moore, president of the
Geo. W. Moore Lumber Co. re
turned home Tuesday noon" from 1
trip to S.in Francisco and Berkley
having visited his family at thulattu
place anil was'Iooking into the lum
ber market in San Francisco, 0