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SEMI-WEEKLY BANDON RECORDER, TUESDAY, MAY 19TH, 1914.
LADIES HOME JOURNAL FOR JUNE ON SALE $
Sale Silk Gloves
It is seldom that an opportunity is offered where
you can buy 75c to $1.00 Silk Gloves for the remark
able low price of 25c pair.
But Averill's are doing it, for this reason we
have decided to close out all colored silk gloves in the
75c to $1.00 quality. They are of standard Fownes
On sale now in sizes 5V1 to 8. Colors, Navy, Red,
Green, Brown, Tan, Pongee, Slate, Grey, New Blue
and Old Rose.
It will pay you to buy several pair at this Bargain
Price. Do not delay !
Sale 25c Pair
Regular 75c and $1.00 Value.
Items of Local Interest J
Pinnos for rent nt Bandon Pnir
II. R. Keller of Mnrshficld was a
Dandon visitor Monday.
Carpet and run weaving, aply to
Mrs. J. L. Foster, Bandon. tf.
L. It. Tower and E. K. Jones were
over from Coos Hay Monday.
For Sale Lot with three room
house. Inquire at this office. 38tf.
Wm. Candlin was down from Co
quillo yesterday calling on his cus
Mrs. Mary Clorkc of Los Angeles
is visiting at the homo of 10. L. Car
dinal in this city.
Anyone wishing homo nvido pies
or cakes, phono tho Wjgwnm or seo
Mrs. E. Lowin. tf.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Reynolds went
to Coquille today on a combined bus
iness and pleasure trip.
LOST A 32nd Degree Masnic ring
Finder please leave at this office nut'
receive a liberal reward. 37t4
Now orders of bicycle repairs oi
all kinds constantly arriving. Will
take orders for bicycles of any kind.
S. D. Barrows. tf.
House and lot on 11th street West
for sale or rent. Inquire of J. T.
James, 13th Street and Franklin
W. J. Sweet is treating hi.3 resi
dence in Azalea Park to n now coat
of paint, which will add greatly lo
For Sale Burred Plymouth Rock
eggs for sotting. Also a few roos
ters. Inquire of N. J. Crain, at Bnn
don Drug Co. tf.
Wanted to Trade Two largo lots
and small houso in West Dandon to
exchange for homestead. Address
Box 597, Bandon. 10t2x
Dr. II. M. Shaw, eye, ear, noso and
thraot specialist will be in Bandon at
the Hotel Gullier, Wednesday, May
Frank Catterlin came over from
Coos Bay Sunday evening, and yes
terday ho nnd S. G. Whitsett wont to
Gold Beach in tho latter's car.
A. J. 'Mendel, proprietor of tho
Coos County Hub stores, camo over
from Murshricld yesterday to look
after business in connection with the
Hub store here.
Levi Golf and wife expect to loavo
in a few days for Flat Hock, Illinois,
where they will remain for siv months
or n year. Mr. Golf has a large farm
ami other property near Flat Rock.
Certainly ! ! !
Plenty of It At
I THE COX MILL
1 CQUKTMQM k QMWIW, Mr,
il Mill t
A. M. Kramer of Myrtle Point is ir
this city today.
Try tho Unique for a good, square
meal and sweet bread. tf.
Thos. ' Howe left today for Port
land where he will m.iw lib- home.
Experienced nurse Mrs. II. K
Jones. Leave enrd nt P. O. tf.
For Rent Four furnished house
keeping rooms. Inquire of E. Lcwii
For Rent Furnished boarding
house. cc S. R. Loshbaugh. 38t4x
Everything for the homo at. tin
Bandon Furnituro Co. See oui
big stock. tf.
For Rent A suite of three rooms
furnished for light housekeeping, tc
one or two people. Inquire of Mrs
Wilson in Timmons Building. 3Dtf
Tho meeting at the tabernacle wil
continue through the week. Preach
ing every evening nt 8 o'clock p. m.
by Rev. Thomas. W. B. Smith, pas
tor. E. B. Fish is putting up a building
on his lots, corner of First Street and
Elmira Avenue, and will put n paint
store in half of it and rent tho othci
Dance at tho Wigwam Thursdaj
avening, May 28th, given by tho la
dies of the Catholic parish. TickcU
will bo $1.00 for gentlemen, ladici
For Sale Ten acres of land, with
five room bouse and other good im
provements, within ha'f u mile of tlu
.Prosper school nnd mill, and on the
county road. Good water. Price
$500. For terms inquire of T. J
Owen, Prosper, Oregon. Utf.
According to the Coquille dentine
E. E. Johnson has leased the plant of
the Coquillo Mill & Mercantile Co.
and will operate the same, lommcnc
ing at once. He will employ as man
men as the condition of the lunthui
market will warrant,
North Bend has closed down the
grade schools in their central schoo1
building for the season, on account of
measles. There woro only threo more
weeks of school nnd it was consider
ed that it was not worth whilo to star!
up ngain for that length of time. Tlu
teachers will draw their pay just the
same as if they were teaching.
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. J. Cody loft Sat
urday for Bond and from there wil.
go about 100 miles south where tlu
have secured a very fine ranch, whicl.
thoy. will occupy. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cod
have been nmong our best citizens fot
a number of years, and Mr. Cody ha?
been connected with the Mooro Lum
ber Co. and Cody Lumber Co. The)
have many friends in Bandon who
will regret very much to see then
leave, hut tho best wishes of all wil
go with them to their new home.
BANDON G. A. R. POST AND W.
It. C. PLAN PROGRAM FOR OB-
SER VANCE OF MEMORIAL
On May 30th, which is Memorial
Day, thevarious patriotic orders and
the citiz'ens generally will combine in
honoring our dead soldiers nnd sail
ors. Tho following program has
been arrange by tho locnl G. A. R.
Post nnd the Relief Corps:
Tho G. A. R. Post and Sons nnd
Daughters of Veterans will assemble
at the G. A. R. hall nt 9:30 on Sat
urday morning, May 30th. All old
veterans of the Mexican war, all In
dian war veterans, all War of the
Rebellion Period (both Union and
Confederate) veterans, whether mem
bers of the G. A. R. or not, arc most
cordially invited to meet with our
Post, nnd march with us to tho cem
etery and assist in tho decoration
exercises of the dny.
All sons nnd grandsons of veter
ans and all Spanish war veterans
and our present day soldiers nro cor
dially invited to assemble with us at
tho G. A. R. hall at '0:30 a. in., May
30, and march with the Sons of Vet
erans as escort for the G. A. It. to
A halt of a few minutes will bo
made at the Rosa corner for the
schools and civic societies to join the
procession. All civic societies are in
vited to join us nnd march in the pro
cession. The service of automobiles
or other vehicles of conveyance will
bo acceptable and duly appreciated.
Everybody bring flowers.
Following is the formation of the
procession nnd the line of march:
1. G. A. It. Post and old soldiers
jscortcd by firing squad and Sons of
Veterans and Spanish War Veterans
under command of J. W. Felter, Past
Commander nnd C. B. Zeck, marshal
of tho day.
2. Women's Relief Corps, followed
by children who are to assist in the
W, It. C. de'eoration work.
3. Bandon Schools in charge of
Superintendent II. L. Hopkins, and
the teachers, under direction of It. H.
Rosa, G. A. R. Patriotic Instructor of
Bandon Post, will join the process
ion off Wall Street nt Rosa corner,
followed by citizens, civic orders and
At the cemetery tho G. A. R. and
W. R. C. will form around the monu
ment. Opening of the G. A. R. exer
cises, J. W. Felter in command, with
sounding of Revielo by Geo. P. Top
ping. Singing the Star Spangled Bnn-
ner by W. R. C. choir, while mar
shal of the dny lowers flag to half
Invocation by Post Chaplain.
Opening lecture by J. W. Felter.
Opening of W. It. C. exercises.
Singing Nenrcr My God to Thee.
Decorating tho unknown graves by
50 school children nsisting the W. R.
C, under direction of Mrs. Ed. Fish,
Closing exercises of tho W. R. C.
Reopening and closing the exer
cises at tho cemetery by tho G. A. R.
Post. Completing tho decoration ex
ercises by decorating tho unknown
graves and each of the individual
graves in eacli of the cemeteries.
The exorcises at tho cemetery will
bo closed by saluting tho dead, sing
ing Ameiicnn, and the sounding of
tnpps by Geo. P. Topping.
Adjour to meet at tho Grand
theatre at 2:15 p. nt. where the fol
lowing program will bo carried out:
1. Ritualistic Services of the G. A.
2. Reading general order No. 11,
tnd Address of Welcome by Post Ad
3. Solo Star Spangled Bnnner.
I. Invention by Chaplain.
5. Lincoln's Address nt Gctlys
otirg by John True.
O.-Song Touting Tonight on the
Old Camp Grounds, by Alice Fish.
7. Flag Drill by Camp Firo Girls.
8. Song by Glee Club.
!). Original Poem, by Mrs. Hattio
10. Oration, by Comrado Rov. F,
11. Oration by Son of Veteran
ttcv. C. Mayne Knight.
12. Song by Indies Quartette.
13. Recitation by Rev. II. C. Hart
"nnft, accompanied by old time
'mglo calls by Geo. P. Topping.
I I. Violin Solo by Thos. F. Hug
rorty. 15. Quartette' hy Mixed Voices.
IK. Addroiw on American Soldier
f (Ml yeuro ujfo, whom will be M'Uti'd
hi tw platform, y C. U, 'AvvU,
17. Cloilnj; Hinging Awnrlwi and
T LLAiN t
I The Robinson Folding Bath Is I
, , a boon to tlioso who live in font- , ,
i ed houses and those who cannot
afford bath room fittings.
HANDY, SERVICABLE AND "
Tim ..!. ! ! .1. 1 I
I iiiu mi, is iivu leeu long nnil J
holds a barrell of water, com- f
1 plete for $10.00 I
!Drop a Line to T. W. I'enn, at i
Ita ndn n, and he will call on you I
with a sample. I
Bandon Lodge, No. 130, A. F. &
A. M. Stated communications first
Saturday after the full moon" of
each mouth. Special communications
Master Mnsons 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 BINGAMifN, 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 Pylbins.
Delphi Lodge, No. u'4, 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 It. S.
Loyal Order of Moose.
Meets Thursday evenings in I. O.
O. F. hull. Transcient Moose cord
ially invited. Something doing ev
Ocean Rebekah Lodge, No. 120, I.
O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Tuesdays nt 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 p.
in. Visitors arc assured a hot wel
come. By order of
W. A. KELLER, C. C.
C. M, GAGE, Clerk.
lr-:i.. t c i
S. D. Kelly, Proprietor
Light and Heavy haul
ing promptly done.
Contracting and grad
ing. Transcient trade
boarded. Phone 1151
Office: Dufort Building
will help you, no thoy
have helped others.
Good for all kinds of pain.
Used to relieve Neuralgia, Head
ache, Ncrvoiisncs, Rhcuniatiiim,
Sciatica, Kidney Pains, Lumbago,
Locomotor Ataxia, Backache,
Stomachache, Carsickurss, Irri
tability inn) for pain in any part
nt the body.
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"PRESTO WILLIE, MAGICIAN" (Essanay)
10c and 5c.
SENIOR CLASS OP BANDON HIGH SCHOOL I
Four good pictures. 50c, 35c and 25c I
THOMAS P. HAGGI5KTY
Over MeNair's Hardware Stere
C. R. WADE
BANDON, OK KG ON
DR. H. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Oflice over Drug Stare. Hours, 9 to 12 a. m.
1:30 lo 4 p. m j7 lo o in the evening.
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Physician & Surgeon
Oltice in Punter Building. I louts, 9 lo 12 a. m;
I lo 5 p. m,
DR. L. P. SORENSON
Oflice over Vienna Cafe. Telephone at oflici
G. T. TREADGOLD
Attorney and Counselor
Oflice with Bandon Investment Company
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Oflice in Rasmusscn DuUdinp.
DR. ARTHUR GALEj
Physician & Surgeon
Oflice over Oiange Pharmacy. Oflice phone,
352. Residence pltone, 353.
DR. S. C.EN D 1 COTT
OSke Phone 71; Res. Phone 312.':
DR. I. L. SCOFIELD
Office in Fahy and Morrison Buiid
'nu next to Kmergcncy Hospital.
DR. II. M. SHAW
lEye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Olliee l'hone 330.J Res. Phone 105-J
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P. A. SAND BERG
Snrveyi, Plain and Speciheatio
Oilice Itank Ituililinjf
Consulting Engineer ami
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I Good -body fir wood X
f $1.75 per tier delivered.
J Wood cut to order t
f A. G. PERDUE, Prop.
J Phone 981 J
Elite Restaurant i
t Ray Rcase, Prop. j
: FIRST CLASS HOME
Brown & Gibson
The Leading Contractors
We furnish plans and speci fications
and it you arc go
ing to build anything, no
matter how large oF"1iotv
small, we can save yon
money. Let us figure on
BriiiK us your Kodak work."
Wo hiive iiiHtallcd an electric
printing machine nnd can fin
ish on ehort notieo, dny or
night, nnd securo tho host re
sults. A trial Is convincing
YOURS TO PLEASR
L. I. WHEELER
Near Gullier Hotel
PHILLIPS 8 MILLER
Office in Thrift Building
WOOD FOR SALE
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