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SEMI-WEEKLY BAKDOtJ RECORDER, FRIDAY, MAV &TH, 1J14
GRAND THEATRE MSFs.S
SATURDAY, MAY 9
"THOR, LORD of the JUNGLES"
A THRILLING STORY OF TWO CONTINENTS, SWEEPING
FROM THE PRIMEVAL JUNGLES OF WILDEST AFRICA TO
THE BUSY HAUNTS OF MEN AND THE CROWDS UNDER THE
WHITE TENTS. A BIG SENTIMENTAL STORY WITH REMARK
ABLE ADVENTURES WITH SAVAGE BEASTS; SOMETHING
VIVID, VITAL, UNIQUE, AND VASTLY ATTRACTIVE. TWO
OTHER GOOD ONES .1000 FT. IN ALL AD 10c & l!ic
"CHAINS OF HONOR"
TWO COMEDIES, MAKING
Items of Local Interest, ?
Pinnos for rent ntBnndon Drug
Carpet and rug weaving, nply to
Mrs. J. L. Foster, Bandon. tf.
II. C. Dippcl of the late firm of
Dippel & Wolverton, went to Marsh
field Wednesday on business.
Anyone wishing home rmde pieB
or cakes, phono the Wigwam or poo
Mrs. E. Lowin. tf.
LOST A 02nd Degree Masnic ring.
Finder please leave at this office and
receive a liberal reward. 37tl
J. T. Mars is shining up the inter
ior of his confectionery and cigar
. store which adds greatly to its ap
pearance. Now orders of bicycle repairs of
all kinds constantly arriving. Will
tsko orders for bicycles of any kind.
S. D. Barrows. tf.
A Coquillc report says the prospect
".for tho early resumption of opcrat
Mons by the Coquille Mill & Mercan
tile Co. is not vory good.
Wo have soveral clients looking U
Coos County for dairy farms. If
you havo onr to sell list it with Dip
, pel '& Wolverton at once.
, For Sale Barred Plymouth Rock
jeggs for setting. Also a few roos
'toru. Inquire of N. J. Crnin, at Ban
don Drug Co. if.
II. F. Morrison has bought a fine
now Studebakcr automobile and will
jtako pleasure with the rest of tho nr--.tlijy
"At the Prohibition convention held
at1 Cotjuillo last week, Elbert Dyer
6"f this city was endorsed for county
commissioner. Tho meeting also en
dorsed F. E. Allen for county clerk,
Geo. SUirr for sheriir and Mayor Mor
risson of Coquillo for representative.
Tho Coos county High School field
ineet which will bo held in Myrtle
Point tills year, a topic of interest at
the local High school. Those who
will 'be entered from here aro prac
ticing daily to get into condition for
tho various ovents. This is tho fith
meet to bo held. In the firstono
Mnrhsfield was the winner, Bandon
won in tho second and third, and Mnr
shfield again in tho last two meets.
For SPEED SAFETY COMFORT
S. S. FIFIELD
Sails from Handon
For San Francisco
Friday, May 8th
10 P. M.
I IJliO, T, AtOlJIION, CiHMllk
Highest clnti licensed photo
'JVo QMfiiMtf fort QUALITY "
2 Reel Ltihin
2 Reel Pathe
0000 FEET ALTOGETHER
10c & ir,c.
Experienced nurse Mrs. II. K.
Jones. Leave card at P. O. tf.
Try the Unique for a good, square
meal and sweet bread. tf.
Dan Conlogue of Conloguo Bros.
Logging Contractors, left last week
for his old homo in' Pensylvania,
whore he will spend several months.
When in need of an abstract of ti
tle to your property, see Dippel &
Everything for tho homo at. tho
Bandon Furniture Co. See our
big slock. tf.
The port of Coos Bay will be ask
ed to issuo $!JOO,000 additional bonds
for deepening the Coos Bay luirbor,
if petitions now being circulated aro
Constable Cox of Marshficld came
over to-Bandon Tuesday to get John
Shaloy, who had been arrested here
for passing a worthless check in
Mrs. F. T. Montgomery of Port
land, who has large property inter-,
jsts in and around Bandon, is in Ban
don for a few days, combining biisi-
ness and pleasure. She is stopping
at tho Gallier Hotel.
E. J. Loney of Curry County is
making a quiet gentlemanly canvass
for the republican nomination for
Joint Representative, and he is mak
ing friends wherever he goes. Wo
predict his nomination and election
New bids aro now being asked by
the government for carrying the mail
from Roseburg into Coos County.
No parcel post is being carried on
this route now, except from way sta
tions. The bond required from the
successful bidder is $20,000.
II. F. Gordon of Portland arrived
in Bandon Tuesday noon and visited
a couple of days with his sister, Mrs.
W. S. Wells. He left yesterday for
Marshficld where he expects to re
main for some time.
The Hugh Ilogan, which was groun
ded on the Siuslaw bar Tuesday of
last week, was floated Saturday and
is now undergoeing repairs. The
damage to tho vessel was not as great
as was at first thought.
Gus Bain, a barber of Marshfield,
fell over board from a launch in Coos
Bay Thursday of last week and was
drowned. Monday another drown
ing of similar nature occurred when
Geo. Catching fell from tho mail boat
at about the same place.
is "THE ONLY WAY"
General Oregon Agent
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KfJNng'MCHUN, MNmliflvM Axl
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I The Robinson Folding Bath Is I
, , a boon to those who live in rent
ed houses and those who cannot
afford bath room fittings.
" HANDY, SERVICABLE AND
f The tub is five feet long and t
t holds a barrell of water, cont-
pletc for $10.00
Drop a Line to T. W. I'cnn. al
i Bandon, and he will call on you
1 with a sample.
Dr. Pcmbcrton was up from Lang
lois in his automobile Wednesday.
For Rent Four furnished house
keeping rooms. Inquire of E. Lowin
Bessie G. Standish was down from
Myrtle Point Wednesday.
J. E. Schilling of Myrtle Point was
a Bandon visitor Wednesday.
For Rent Furnished boarding
house. Sec S, R. Loshbaugh. SStlx
Crawford Smith was up from Port
W D. Snyder of Myrtle Point was
in Bandon over night Thursday, on
FOR RENT Three houskecping
rooms, partly furnished. Inquire at
Bert Linville came down from Port
land last Monday, and is working for
G. W. Cox on his ranch.
Don't fail to see "Thor, Lord of the
Jungles" to be shown at the Grand,
Saturday, May 9th.
House and lot on 11th street West
for sale of rent. Inquire of J. T.
James. lath Street and Franklin
C. R. Barrows of Coquillc, candi
date for the republican nomination
for representative from Coos County
was a Bandon visitor yesterday.
G. W. SUirr, candidate for sheriff
before the republican primaries, May
jfith, was in Bandon yesterday call
inir on his nolitical friends and look
ing after tho interests of bis cam
O. A. Morrisoy of tho Marshfield
Construction Co. was over from Coos
Bay Wednesday night attending the
City Council meeting at which his
company had a straw bid on paving
of First streetf "Mr. Mbrrisoy has
been hero several times in the inter
ests of paving.
A Civil Scrvico examination for
all post masters of fourth class post
offices in Coos county, where tlx an
nual salary of $180 or more, will be
held in Marshficld. Juno 20. Pres
ent incumbents win were appointed
under the Civil Service regulations
aro exempt from taking the exam
inations. When the old tug Katie Cook was
being over hauled at Kruse & Banks'
shipyard at Porter recently it was
noticed that most of her timbers were
in a splendid state of preservation.
When the boat was built at Parkers
burg on the lower Coquillc in 1870
H8 years ago white cedar was the
wood used in her construction, and
tho condition of tho timbers of the
old tug today is another endorsement
of tho durability of what is known as
Port Orford Cedar, which is found in
Coos and Curry counties only. Coos
S. S. SPEEDWELL
Sails From Mar-shlield
For San Francisco, Los Angeles
and San Diego.
Wed., May 13th
3 P. M.
Bandon Lodge, No. 130, A. F. &
A. M. Stated communications 'first
Saturday after tho full moon of
each month. Special communications
Master Masons cordially .invited.
C. It. MOORE, W. M.
PHIL PEARSON, Secretary.
Occidental Chapter, No. -15, 0. E.
S., meets Saturday evenings before
and after stated communications of
Masonic lodge. Visiting members
cordially invited to' attend.
L. KATE ItOSA, W. M.
ROSA BINGAMAN, Secretary.
I .0. O. F.
Bandon Lodge, No. 133, I. O. O.
F-., meets every Wednesday evening.
Visiting brothers in good standing
S. E. IIINES, N. G.
LOGAN KAY, Secretary.
Knights of Pythias.
Delphi Lodge, No. 01, Knights of
Pythias. Meets every Monday ev
ening at Knights hall. Visiting
knights invited to attend.
G. It. McNAIR, C. C.
B. N. HARRINGTON, K. of R. S.
Loyal Order of Moose.
Meets Thursday evenings in I. O.
O. I1'. hall. Transcient Moose cord
ially invited. Something doing ev
Ocean Itebekah Lodge, No. 120, I.
O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Tuesdays at I. O. O. F. hall. 'Tran
cient members cordially invited.
LENA DAVIDSON, N. G.
MINERVA LEWIN, Secretary.
w. o. w.
"With Charity Towards All"
Seasido Camp, No. 212, W. O. W.
meets Tuesdays, K. of P. hall, 8 p.
m. Visitors are assured a hot wel
come. By order of
W. A. KELLER, C. C.
C. M. GAGE, Clerk.
Graduate, of. tho. Indiana. Law
School, admitted to the bar in Indi
ana, Ohio and Illinois, and have had
fifteen years successful business ex
perience, made a success of farming
in Coos county. If elected Sheriff
will enforce to the letter every crim
inal law now on or that may hereaf
ter be placed on tho i Statue Books.
Will give everybody a square deal
Will guarantee an economical ad
ministration of tho office. I solicit
your support. G. W. STARR.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the nomination of coun
ty Clerk, on the republican ticket of
Coos County, to bo submitted to the
vote of tho pcoplo at tho primary el
ection, May 15th, 1914.
28tf F. D. KRUSE
For Joint Representative.
I am a candidate for Joint Roprc'
sentativo from Coos and Curry coun
ties before the Republican primaries
May llitli. E. J. LONEY,
Port Orford, Ore.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for state ronresentativo
from Coos county, before tho Re
publican primaries to be held May
16, 1U14. MILES A. SIMPSON.
For Safe or Trade.
Twenty acres fruit and nlfalfa
land near Patterson, Cnlif; house, etc.
Want small ranch or town property
in Bandon or any other town in
Southorn Oregon. Write II. A. Wil
son, Patterson, Calif.
For County Clerk.
As a Republican, I hereby placo
myself as a candidate for tho nomin
ation at tho primaries to,bc held May
15th, for the ofliec of County Clerk
If I am nominated and elected I will
during my term of ofllco perform nil
the requirements and duties prompt
ly, expeditiously, without prejudice,
and ns economically as is consistent
with good service. Believing that I
can have money for tho tax payor,
and inako somo for myself, "I wnnt
your vote." F. E. ALLEN.
Mnrshflold, March 17, 10 II.
I City Transfer!
I S, I). Kelly, Proprietor
Lijfht anil Heavy haul
Inir nromully dono. ::
f. ('ojiLnitfJfiitf and arml'.t
Jay:. Tiwuttfitfja muitf ;:
bi'Mitlod. I'lutm JlfiJ ;;
The mill is down butFm
still on the job, ready to
furnish you with a sky
scraper or a chicken
GEO. W. MOORE LUMBER CO.
THOMAS F. HAGGRRTY
Over McNair's Hardware Store
i , , I
C. R. .WADE
DR. II. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Office over.Drug Stare. Hours, 9 to 12 a. m;
1:30 to 4 p. m ;7 to 8 in the evening.
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Pantcr Building. Hours, 9 to 12 a. m;
I to 5 p. m.
DR. L. P. SORENSON
Office over Vienna Cafe. Telephone at 'office
G. T. TREADGOLD
Attorney and Counselor
Office with Bandon Investment Company
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Rasmujscn Duildinp.
DR. ARTHUR GALEJ ,
Physician & Surgeon
Office over Orauge Pharmacy. Office phone,
352. Residence plwne, 353.
DR. S. C.jENDlCOTT
Office Phone 71; Re. Pl.one 312;
DR. I. L. SCOFIELD
Office in Fahy and Morrison Build
.'ng next to Emergency Hospital.
. Phono 1111
DR. H. M. SHAW
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Oflirc Phone 330.J .Ren. Phone. 10S-J
Room 200-1 Irving Work
P. A. SAND HERO
Survey, Plan and Sprniicatio u
OfliCf lUnk lluildhiff
Continuing Jlnginaur and
Oilier M'M JlulUif
niiAiumim cAmm nv
amlrsAu miml hs mitui wtih IBM'
Good body fir wood t
J $1.75 per tier delivered, t
Wood cut to order $
A. G. PERDUE, Prop.
I Phone 981
Elite Restaurant I
Ray Rcase, Prop. f
I FIRST CLASS HOME I
t ' COOKING
Brown & Gibson
The Leading Contractors
We furnish plans and speci-j
fications and it you are go
ing to build anything, no
matter how large or how
small, we can save you
money. Let us figure on
Brine; uh your Kodak work.
Wo have installed an electric
printing machine and can fin
ish on short notice, day or
niulit, and secure tho best re
sults. A trial ia convincing.
YOURS TO PLEASE
L. I. WHEELER
Near Gallier Hotel
Office in Thrift Building
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