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SEMMVEfcKLY fiANDON ftECORDERtJEsDAY, MA i2th
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Items of Local Interest
Pianos for rent nt Bandon Drug
Roscburg is planning a railroad to
connect with tide water on Coos Hay.
Carpet and rug weaving, nply tn
Mrs. J. L. Foster, Bandon. tf.
For Sale Lot with thrco room
house. Inquire nt this office. 38tf.
Anyone wishing home nude jilos
or cakes, phono the Wigwam or see
Mrs. E. Lewin. tf.
Plans for a Fourth of July cele
bration arc pretty well along at
Marshfield. What is Bandon doing.
LOST A 32nd Degree Masnic ring.
Finder please leavo at this offico and
receive a liberal reward. 37t4
James Ferrari, was found .guilty
of murder in the second degree in the
Circuit Court rast week for the kill
ing of John Kelly at Henryville sev
eral weeks ago.
New orders of bicycle repairs of
all kinds constantly arriving. Will
, take orders for bicycles of any kind
S. D. Barrows. tf.
Wo havo several clients looking to
Coos County for dairy farms. If
you havo on to sell list it with Dip
pel & Wolverton at once.
Anderson & Klockcrs of North
Bend have been given the contract
by the county court for clearing and
grading tho now North Bend-Empire
roud. Their bid was $1709.
For Sale Barred Plymouth Rock
eggs for setting. Also a few roos
ters. Inquire of N. J. Crnin, nt Ban
don Drug Co. tf.
Two women wore granted mother's
pensions last week by tho county
court. They wore Mrs. P. N. Flagg
of Marshfield who was allowed $17.50
pur month, and Mrs. Marie Drolling
er of Coquillo who was allowed $10.00
R. II. Roscllc and wife returned
Saturday from Empire whero they
havo been for some time. Mr. Rozclle
will do somo preliminary work here
for the government, he being the
government engineer of this section.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Rozello expect to re
main here ull summer.
Sunday was a great day for mo
toring and many cars went down the
coast, some to tho Sixes River, somo
on to Elk River nnd still others went
on to fori unoru. Tne roads weruJ
reasonably good, even bettor in some
places than they will be in the mid
dle of summer as tho sand will be
much dryer then and consequently
harder to pull through.
S. S. SPEEDWELL
Sails From Marshfield
Fare from Marshfield to San Fran
cisco $7.50 & $10.00, to Los An
geles $14.50 & $17.00, to San
Diego $16.50 & $19.00.
"THE ONLY WAY
Bandon Warehouse Co,, (ieii. Atfculs
OP), T. M0UI.TON IIMNMY NIINNm'KJSN J. jr. M'lMM.JMi "
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Hlftheitctat licenied photo
playt nnd 5-piece orchestra
erery night. 28 reelievery
the Zulu War
)9 SELTG ?
5c & 10c
Experienced nurse Mrs. II. K.
Jones. Leave card at P. O. tf.
Try the Unique for a good, squaro
meal and sweet bread. tf.
W. R. Courtwright made a busi
ness trip to Coquillo today.
When in need of an abstract of ti
tle to your property, sec Dippel &
Everything for the home at, the
Bandon Furnituro Co. See our
big stock. tf.
For Rent A suite of three rooms
furnished for light housekeeping, to
one or two people. Inqulro of Mrs,
Wilson in Timmons Building. 39 tf
Sovcnty-five men employed on the
Willnmcttc-Pacific right-of-way be
tween Marshfield and Gardiner threw
up their jobs last Thursday b.ccause
of the low wages paid. -
Bert Wilson and Miss May Py
burn were married at the homo of
the brides mother, Mrs. Mclvina Py
burn on Fourth Street, on Saturday
May 2nd, Rev. W. B. Smith officiat
ing. Tho Boyle Jewelry Co., has re
modeled the interior of their store
The walls have been given a new drcst
of paper, new electric light fixtures
have been installed and the general
appearance of the place improved.
Reports from tho Siuslaw are to
the cfTect that tho barge Fredericl,
which was wrcckcd.tjiero a few wcek4
ago, will be a total loss. It was at
first that the vessel could bo saved as
soon as tho cargo was removed.
Tho campaign is now on for the an
nual election-of tho Student Bod
Association of tho University of Ore
gon at Eugene, and we notice among
tho list of candidates the namo of
Hnrry Crain of Bundon for a place
on tho student's council.
Edgar McDaniol, editor of the Coos
Bay Harbor, and his foreman, Mr.
Bailey, came over to Bandon Satur
day in Mr. McDaniels car and attend
ed the Knights of Pythias convention
They made tho Recorder offico a fra
It is probable that tho voters will
be asked this fall to vote on an ameiici
mcnt to the state statutes, which if
carried, will prohibit the playing of
ballgames, operation of pool halls,
theatres, etc., on Sunday. Petitions
to that end are now being circulated
in tho stato.
According to figures in the Coquille
Sentinel, the south half of Coos coun
ty will swing nearly 1,000 moro voteu
at tho primary next Friday than will
the north half, running a lino south
of Sumner precinct tho voters regis
tered in tho north half of tho county
number 2,884, while in the south half
there are 3,G09 voters registered.
May 14, 'M3
The Robinson .Folding Bath Is
a boon to those who live in rent
ed houses nnd those who cannot
afford bath room fittings.
HANDY, SEUVICABLE AND
Tho tub is five feet long and
holds a barrell of water, com
plete for $10.00
Drop a Line to T. W. Penn, at
Bandon, and he will call on you
with a sample. v
For Rent Four furnished house
keeping rooms. Inquire of E. Lewin
M. O. Hawkins of Coquille was a
Bandon visitor Saturday.
For Rent Furnished boarding
house. See S. R. Loshbaugh. 38Mx
J. S. Shilling of Myrtle Point was
in Bandon Sunday.
M. J. Kern of Coquille paid this
city a visit yesterday.
Frank Catterlin is over from Coos
Bay today calling on his customers.
Peter Loggio of North Bend wns
in Bnndon Saturday attending tho
K. P. convention.
James Watson, candidate for tho
Republican nomination for county
judge was in this city Saturday.
Attorney A. H. Derbyshire of
North Bend wns one of the delegates
to the Coos county convention of K.
P.'s in this city Saturday.
County Road Master P. M. Hall
Lewis is in tho city today and will in
spect the situation on the Bear
Creek road for which a contract is to
bo let in a few days.
Asa Carpenter cf this city and Miss
Margaret Cummins, of Prosper wove
married May Gth, Elder F. J. Chat
burn officiating. Mr. Carpenter is
one of Bandon's most popular young
men and the bride is a popular young
lady of Prsper. ' Tho young ccuplo
will make their homo in Prosper
whore Mr. Carpenter is employed in
the shingle mill.
At the Inst meeting of the School
master's Club, statistics wore given
based on the report of Miss Vreeland,
the state nurse, which chowed the nec
cesity for special work for certain
pupils. As sixty-four grade pupils
in the High school building are be
low grade, owing to tho need- for a
different typo of instruction, it was
considered desirable to havo a spec
ial teacher fr them.
Summing Up the Revival.
There were about sixty who made
made confession in tho union revival
which closed Sunday night. Tho ox
act results cannot bo tabulated, but
this givc3 a general idea of tho inter
est in the meeting and its influence
on tho town. The evangelist preach
ed a full salvation and ho cannot be
blamed that some seed fell upon stony
ground somo by the wayside and
among thorns. The nfternoon meet
ings were a great means of grace,
and all who attended were greatly
blessed. The meetings wore a tonic
to the Christian people, and both the
ministers and laymen will be more
zealous because of them.
Tho evangolist has been criticised
particularly among those who did not
attend the meetings. His roughness
and indiscression were greatly ex
agerated. We do not say that all his
words wore well chosen, but wo do
warn our townsmen against Billy
Sunday if Thomns was too much for
them. He succeeded in making peo
ple talk about religion who had given
it no thought for years, and ho cares
more about that Chan ho does for his
As for the ministers, they aro anx
ious to see the town nroused, relig
iously and morally, and, the matter
of personal regard must bo second
ary. The fact is that Bandon needs
a clean-up. Wo aro not muck-raking,
but wo do want to seo better condi
tions for our boys and girls, nnd any
personal sacrifice to this end will be
Each church will have its own ser
vice next Sunday. KNIGHT.
Card of Thunks.
Wo desire to express our heart
felt thanks to the many kind neigh
bor and friends who nssisted us dur
ing the Illness and at the death of
our belovt'd husband nnd father. Also
to nil thoso who sent flowers.
Mrs. Chris Noycrlu and family.
The union iiuu'tlngx at tho laber
Httrlo cloned hut Sunday ovmilng by
limit of ngifcint'iit made with the
KviingidiM iiml singer, but uj'h wim
Hie ilwiimiwl for Ihu iiu'ntlngH to rou
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Bandon Lodge, No. 130, A. F. &:
A. M. Stated communications first
Saturday after the full moon of
each month. Special communications
Master Masons cordially invited.
C. R. MOORE, W. M.
PHIL PEARSON, Secretary.
Occidental Chapter, No'. 45, O. E.
S., meets Saturday evenings before
and after' stated communications of
Masonic lodge. Visiting members
cordially invited to attend.
L. KATE ROSA, 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. HINES, N. G.
LOGAN KAY, Secretary.
Knights of Pythias.
Delphi Lodge, No. (M, Knights of
Pythias. Meets every Monday ev
ening at Knights hall. Visiting
knights invited to attend.
G. R. McNAIR, C. C.
B. N. HARRINGTON, K. of R. S.
Loyal Order of Moose.
Meets Thursday evenings in I. O.
0. K. hall. Trauscieut Moose cord
ially invited. Something doing ev
Ocean Rebckah Lodge, No. 120, I.
O. 0. F., meets second nnd 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"
Seaside Camp, No. 212, W. O. W.
meets Tuesdays, K. of P. hall, 8 pi
m. Visitors are assured a hot wel
come. By order of
W. A. KELLER, C. C.
C. M. GAGE, Clork.
Graduate, of. the. Indiana. Law
School, admitted to tho bar in Indi
ann, Ohio and Illinois, and have hafl
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 mny hereaf
ter be placed on tho Statue Books.
Wil 'give everybody a square deal
Will guarantee an economical ad
ministration of the office. I solicit
your support. G..W. STARR.
I horeby announce myself as a
candidate for the nomination of coun
ty Clerk, on the republican, ticket of
Coos County, to be submitted to the
vote of tho people at tho primary el
ection, May 15th, 1014.
28tf F. D. KRUSE
For Joint Representative.
I am a candidate for Joint Repre
sentative from Coos nnd Curry coun
ties before tho Republican primaries
May 15th. E. J. LONEY,
Port Orford, Ore.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidnto for stato representative
from Coos county, boforo tho Re
publican primaries to be held May
15, 1914. MILES A. SIMPSON.
For Sale or Trade.
Twenty nSres fruit and alfalfa
land near Patterson, Calif; hoijse, etc.
Want small ranch or town property
in Bandon or any other town in
Southern Oregon. Write H. A. Wil
son, Patterson, Calif.
For County Clerk.
As a Republican, I hereby placo
myself as a candidate for tho nomin
ation nt the primaries to ho hold May
15th, for the offico of County Clerk.
If I am nominated and elected I will
during my term of offico perform nil
the requirements and duties prompt
ly, expeditiously, without prejudice,
and as economically as is consistent
with good service. Believing Hint 1
can savo money for tho tax payer,
and niako somo for myself, "I want
your vote." F. E. ALLEN.
Marshfield, March 17, 1011.
I City Transfer
l S. I). Kelly, Proprietor
I Light nnd Heavy haul-
intf promptly done, ;:
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, The mill is down butPm
still on the job, ready to
furnish you with a, sky
scraper or a chicken
GEO. W. MOORE LUMBER CO,
THOMAS F. IIAGGERTY
Over McNair's Hardware Store
C. R. WADE
DR. H. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Office over Drug Stare. I lourj, 9 lo 12 a. m;
1 :30 to 4 p. m ;7 to 8 in tlie evening.
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Panter Building. Hours, 9 to 1 2 a. m;
I to 5 p. m.
DR. L. P. SORENSON
Office over Vienna Cafe. Telephone at office
G. T. TREADGOLD
A ttomey and Counselor
Office will) Bandon Investment Company
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Rasmmsen Duildinp.
DR. ARTHUR GALEf
Physician & Surgeon
Office over Orange Pharmacy. Office phone,
Ui. residence piione, jjj.
DR. S. C.ENDICOTT
Office Phone 71; Res. Phone 312;
DR. I. L. SCOFIELD
Ofllco in Faliy and Morrison - Hulld
iiH luxt to Emergency Hospital.
DR. H. M. SHAW
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office Phone 3J0.J Re. Plione 105-J
Koihik 20II-1 Irving Hloi t, .
P. A. SAN D BERG
Sun (, pimu and b'liecilicutio u
Consulting Engiimor ami
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WOOD FOR SALE
Good body fir wood
$1.75 per tier delivered.
Wood cut to Qrder
A. G. PERDUE, Prop.
Elite Restaurant i
Ray Rease, Prop.
f FIRST CLASS HOME
Brown & Gibson
The Leading Contractors
Wc furnish plans and spe'ei
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
HrinK us your Kodak work.
Wo havo installed an electric
printing machine and can fin
ish on short notice, day or
night, and secure the host re
sults. A trial is convincing.
YOURS TO PLKASK
L. I. WHEELER
Near Gallier Hotel
Office in Thrift Building
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