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Vbi sAlt-Ch'ma elosot; :slx dining
chairs mtd table. Inquhe of C. W.
Martini . 57t4x.
Mrs. A. Scelig of Marshfield came
over yesterday to enjoy an outing
on the' beach.
For Rent Four room house on 5th
and Grand Avenue. Inquire of Mrs.
E. Lee. 57tf.
Miss Clara Johnson came over
from Coqulllo Wednesday for a few
Biograph presents its supreme rhasterwork
IN FOUR PARTS
Without a doubt the greatest photo play ever
produced. A broad way sensation. The entire
all star biograph cast takes par m ths work.
Blanche Sweet, Lillian and Dorothy Gish, the
wonderful little May Marsh, Robert Harron Alfred
Paget as Holof ernis, and scores off others are there.
Admission 15 and 10c
HT 6000 FEET OF FILM
fiy Ct) 3 -n i .
W ) '3 3 a. 0 - '
Bandon Lodge, No. 130, A. F. &
A. M. Stated communications "first
Saturday after tlio full moon of
each month. Special communications
Master Masons cordially invited.
C. R. MOORE, W. M.
PHIL PEARSON, Secretary.
Occidental Chanter, No. 45, O. E.
S., meets Saturday evenings before
and after statcjd communications of
Mationic lodge. Visiting members
cordially invited to attend.
L. KATE ROSA, W. M.
ROSA DINGAMAN, Secretary.
Loyal Order of Moose.
Meets. Thursday evenings in I. O.
O. F. hall. Tmnscient Mooso cord
ially invited. Something doing ov
Ocean Rebekah Lodge, No. 120, I.
O, O. P., wools second and fourth
Tuesdays at I. O. O. F, hall. Tran
cient members cordially invited.
LENA DAVIDSON, N. G.
MINERVA LEWIN, Secrotnry.
W. ()'. W.
"With Charity Towards All"
Seasido Camp, No. 212, W. O. W.
meats Tuesdays, K. of P. hall, 8 p.
in. Visitors are assured n hot wel
come, fly order of ,
W. A. KELLER, C. O.
C. M. GAGE, Clerk.
, LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
A. W. Cope was up from Lang
C. R. Rrown of Langlois was in the
city on business Wednesday.
Experienced nurse Mrs. II. K.
Jones. Leave ard at P. O. tf.
Try the Uniquo for a good, square
meal and sweet bread. tf.
For Sale Lot with three room
house. Inquiro at this ofilce. 38tf.
Dr. S. C. Endicott, dentist, has
movol into the now Ellingson build
ing. 50tf. ,
J. McGee, of the McGeen coal
mine at Riverton, Was in this city
For Sale Full blooded black Min
orca hens. Inquire at Shannon
House on old plank road.
For Sale Fine celery plants. In
mlre of Melvin Maker on Jnckson
V venue, tho Boyle property.
Mm. J. 0. Stemmler of Myrtle
Point' uns. in tho city the first of
tlio woek, enjoying an outing on the
Waatoil party to contract to cut
a couple of thouBand tiers of wood
with drug saw. Inquire at this of
I .0. 0. F.
Raudon Lodge, No. 188, I. 0. 0.
F., ineotH every WodiiMilny ovmilng.
Visiting brothera in good nUimling
1). ( It AY, N. Q.
L, 1. WHEELER, Kwury.
linlltlitu of I'jlliliiri.
Dtdphl Kb. til, Kolkl of
I'ytliluM. MiwU vvwey Mumkjr v
onllig at KitijfttU hull, VImI'ii
ItliluhlH InvlUil to tiwi.
II N IIAItlllNinOX, K. el ft. H
tin mv at tui li. t i f
JwlM(, Hk flo'l "i J'i(. )-,,
i T. T. Allon, who lait spring had n
'limb !iinputfitd, ia in far recovered
that ha ia able to t mound on
J Th Blaon Trio ait) direst from the
101 liJaoa Hanoi) In Okliihoinaj at
Ow O'-phauin mutt ftitniduy and gun.
M' K. H. Kaunrml, who auatuliy
.I u tit'turl arm trtm u foil down
u .i,uU If waaha Htftt, la nW
uiniia iinrly at wraawit
mm-, hub umm iwwlUfa UI
Hi mi tli mmtUng Uml fMMH
'liatart MAaaV tibii
0. R. Spirets of Myrtle Point was
in Bandon Wednesday.
C. L. Stockin of Marshficld was a
Bandon visitor Wednesday.
R. L. Wallace of Langlois trans
acted business in Bandon Wednesday.
The famous Bison Trio, a novelty
vaudeville act at the Orphcutn next
Saturday and Sunday night.
Remember "Judith of Bithulia." a
film masterpiece at the Grand next
baturday and Sunday nights.
The Orplieum Theatre will, show
a feature program Saturday and Sun
day nights, besides tho Bison Trio.
Whatever you do see "Judith of
Bethulia" at tho Grand next Saturday
and bunday nights a tremenduous
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Roberts of
Marshfield wero in Bandon Wednes
day in company with Mr. and Mrs.
A. R. O'Brien of the Marshfield Record.
For Sale Team of dapple gray
horses, harness, wagon, tie rack and
polo rack, or will trade for Bandon
real estate. Address F. E. Hull,
Bandon, Oregon. 57t2x
Work is proceeding rapidly on A.
G. Thrift's now building which is to
be occupied by tho Bnndon iyst of
fice and us soon as it is completed,
which will probably be some time
early in August, tlio post office will
Editor A. R. O'Brien of the Mnrsh
fiold Record, and wife wero Bandon
visitors Wednesday. Mr. O'Brien re
portH business qulto good in his city.
He is innking extensive nlnnn fur. tlio
enlargement and Improvement of his
neWMiPUper, anil In tlio near future
will mid another Ilnotvno mid a bleb
grade rotary newspaper nm.
Vonion Barker, former vlmirtiur of
UiIh city mid who got linplluateil in
h whim Hhtvu tuu nt Huieku, Cullf.,
will mil Ihi iinmuwtwl (or th ullug
wl oiriinau, Jtnpyit rttfedvwj limw
Uwi Uio vAltymm mtmimmmi
tliu l'ah umniy Ijjivh litaw HniiAmi
timl K wiH ml Usjmmmryjt U m
Ut sjijhm'. Uimm tt l siu tu
irwitM Umt ii mmnw U Imu
mnm4 m tiw nnh ntMn
days outing on the beach.
Miss Lockwood, a trained nurse
of San Francisco, arrived on the
Elizabeth to visit her uncle, J. E.
Fox, and family.
J. S. Barton, of Conuille. came dow
yesterday and was lookme for a fur
nished house in which to move his
family for a month while thev enlo-
an outing on the beach
Sec Dipplo & Wolverton for ab
stracting, conveyancing, fire and pliitc
glass insurance, fidelity and surety
bonds. Notary public in office. Op
positc the Postofllce. Phono 38. tf.
Vandeventer & Chambqrlain of the
White Star auto line, have purchased
a Maxwell in addition to their Pack
ard and are running both cars on the
line between Bandon and Johnson's
mill durig the rush of the busy sea
son. Thoy nlso uec tho cars for con
veying picnic parties or any other
kind of parties that desire the ser-
ivce of an automobile.
Emma Goldman, the famous an
irchist. accomnanied bv Dr. Bnn
Heitman, who usually travels with
her, was here for a while Thursday
during the time the Elder was in
port. Ihey had been holding meet-
ngs at kurcka and'were on thoir way
to Portland and other northwestern
cities,--Coos Bay News.
Dr. D. E. Biggs of Bellintrham.
Wash., is expected here in a few days
to join his wife who is visiting her
mother, Mrs. F. E. Dyer. Dr. Biirtrs
and Gus Buckingham are figuring on
building on the Dyer corner which
was destroyed by the recent fire and
plans for the building will be soon
Editor Edgar McDaniel.of the
Coos Bay Harbor, has returned from
an automobile trip through Califor
nia. Mr. McDaniel had his family
with him and they camped along the
way. They wont as far south as Tia
Juana, Mexico and had a fine outing,
being absent over five weeks. Marsh
Tho lighthouse tender Manzanita
returned Wednesday from her trip
to Cape Blanco, and Captain II. L
Beck stopped off at Bandon and in
spected the local lighthouse, finding
everything in fine shape and was
well pleased. Captain Johnson of
the life saving crew went out in tho
power boat and brought, Captain
Beck in and took him out again,
We have always thought of our
lumber industry as a vanishing indus
try and felt that once tho big trees of
Coos county were felled it would be
two or three generations before ano
ther crop of timber would be ready to
harvest. But a few days ago we heard
one of the. Smith-Powers company
qouted as saying that they have just
been logging a tract from which the
timber was cut only 30 years ago,
and that were mills using ten times
the amount of lumber they do now
the natural growth on their holdings
would still keep pace with tho des-
tructin of the forests by their logging
Preaching nt Presbyterian Church.
There will be preaching at tho new
'resbyterinn Church next Sunday,
July 20, morning and evening by Rev.
G. II. Wilkins of Bond, Oregon.
Notice to School Pupils.
A mectinir of the Seaside Indus
trial Club, of which the following are
officers, is called for Friday, August
7th, at 2:.10, nt the old school tiouse.
All who are planning exhibits fir the
fair should be present.
Mclford Wcstleder, Pres.
Wilbur Jurgenson, Vice Pres
Very Hunnicutt, Sec'y.
Emily Schetter, Treas.
THE PRICES OF LAWKS SHOES
We havo mi snlo two dozen pairs of
laco ahocH, regular $3.00 mid f 4.00
Bollorn u t$1.2n to $2.70, sizes 2Hi, u,
Mi and !. Real Imrgulmi. See our
window display. Also all lace low
ahouN In all uv, below font, llli
) tj it) it) n ) it) 'i) f 1) ') D ri ' i
ma Youn kyk, hut no
. NOT AIIHflli IT
i tm trap gi ajiwp iu JJMuir w
The mill is down but I'm
still on the job, ready to
furnish you with a sky
scraper or a chicken
coop. GEO. W. MOORE LUMBER CO.
We want you
For our customer not just today, but tomor
row and for all time to come, if
and prompt delivery
is what you want
WE HAVE YOU
SucceBtor to A. E. White
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
S. S. BREAKWATER
ALWAYS ON TIME
From Portland Every Tuesday at 8:00 P. M.
From Coos Bay Every Saturday at Service
of the Title.
Confirm sailings through M. F. Shoemaker, Bandon 7
A. D. Mills
Good Lots in Azalea Park, $25 Down and $10 per
month. Bargain in Business Lot on First Street.
BANDON TRANSFER CO.
Gatchell Brothers, Props.
All kinds of heavy and light draying. Phone orders
given prompt attention. .Barn corner First & Edi
son, Fish Property. .Telephone 641.
I Order Your Freight Sent by the Old Reliable
IS. S. ELIZABETH
; Large Two-Dorth Outside State Rooms With Run
I Eight Day Service Between (he Coquille River miicJ
hun J1 ninclKco,
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER FARE, $7.50
FREIGHT RATES, fell ON UP FREIGHT
I Hmrvnilmw: J. H. Norton, Coqulllo PurklnH',
t Myrtln J'olnl; liJJriii'iri JwumU,