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0 I day at tho home of Mrs. Sweet's par-
The famous Charter Oak line
Ranging in Price
eSiver and set
arge any stove
from $1.60 to $
up rree or c
SEE OUR LINE BEFORE! YOU BUY
WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY
: Grand Theatre ::
McNair How. Co
THE PLACE TO GO FOR HIGH CLASS PIC
TURES AND GOOD MUSIC.
The Trey O Hearts.
Installment No. 11 entitled
"THE PAINTED HILLS"
The furious pursuit against Alan Law continues The
scents in the photo play are laid in the great Ameri
can desert. Read the complete story .on another page
of this issue. The pictures will he shoU'n at the Grand
NEXT THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31st
Six splendid Reels of the
General Film Co. program.
Admission 15 -5 c
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Dinner 25c at Anderson's Restau
Milton Cox was a Coquillc visitor
'L. W. Traves was over from Marsh
field on business Saturday.
Miss Blnncho Fogle of Coquillc has
been in tho city for a few days.
BOYLE JEWELRY CO.
their many friends and patrons
A Happy New Year
Drawing announced in next issue.
S Everarcl H. ouicjcwcltit, Phone 514.
Boyle, Mgr. jKE2jzzxxzte&
Rales $1.00 (o$2,00 per day.
Special nile by wcokormonlh
Sample room in connection
Bmidon m rf;; Oregon
Francis Corey of Coquillc was in
the city Saturday night.
Jns. Cowan was over from Marsh
B. M. West of Port Orofrd was a
Bandon visitor Saturday.
II. C. Freeman of Port Orford was
a Bandon business visitor Monday.
P. J. Rassette of Lampa was in the
city on business Monday.
Clyde Miller and Cant. Dave Col
vin of Gold Beach were in Bandon last
week purchasing holiday goods.
W. J. McDermid has been down in
Curry county looking after life insur
Miss A. B. Clausen of Coos River
was a Bandon visitor tho latter part of
S. Zimmerman of Marshfield was
in the city on business the latter part
of last week.
Chan. E. Walters was up from Port
Orford Saturday looking after busi
Milo Dunham of Myrtlo Point was
registered at the Hotel Gallier Sunday.
Victor-Victroliis, Edison DIbc Ttlk.
ing Machines ami Records. Your In
duction liivltfil.Kidiro Bros,
J. K. Norton f Coijullli!, wiik in
lliu city Butimluy culling on hg tun.
Niiiiorn. Ilu riiiurnnil to Coqulllii on
Uw Hunduy moniliig bowl,
"Yi'i MO you Vo wboutT
J'W mmi nw wftfj flljutlofj
lM mm tUy Hhf w Q, II I'M
m yu Vi'mlmtoyt or $fMAyt m
ents, Mh and Mrs. T. P. Hnnly, at
tho Hanly ranch.
. C. M. Spencer and wife left on tho
Elizabeth for a trip to San Francis
co. They expect to return homo agair
Charles Marshall, who has boon vis
iting his brother, J. B. Marshall, of
this city, went to Coquillc Sunday to
visit his daughter, Mrs. W. J. .Long-ston.
P. II. Poole has been up from Port
Orford a few days looking after bus
iness nfTairs and calling on friends.
Ho will also go to Coos Bay before
returning to Port Orford.
If you are interested in buying
pianos see Sabro Brothers. Good
pianos from $325 up to $1200, deliv
ered before Christmas, and sold on
terms if desired. !)Gt4.
A large bunch of Bandonians went
up the river Sunday for a fishing and
bunting trip. Some went to Ran
dolph slough where they caught a
nice supply of trout. Others went on
up to Beaver slough to try for a bunch
Bring your work to the Garage and Machine
Shop. Everything done with neatness and
dispatch. Agent for Buick Automobiles.
M. D. SHERRARD, Bandon, Ore.
Ralph Moore returned last week
from Toledo, Ore., where he had been
since the Moore mill started up in
that city. He expects to remain here
for some time assisting in the busi
ncss at this place.
The North Bend daily paper which
was to have started about January
1st, has failed to materialize accord
ing to tho Marshfield Record, and Mr.
Weldy, who was to have started the
in California or Western Oregon in
a city of 5,000 inhabitants or over.
daily is still looking for a location
Mrs. A. J. Hartman returned on
the Elizabeth Christmas morning
from San Francisco. Mrs. Hartman
left recontly and had not intended to
return until Spring, but on account of
the recent fire which destroyed the
two Hartman houses, she returned to
look after her insurance interests
and other business.
According to tho Gold Beach Globe
our friendNMoss Averill is in charge
of a bunch of inmates of the Curry
county jail, cleaning up stumps, old
fences, etc., from the county court
yard... Tho notice did not say whether
Moss was an inmate or not, but his
many friends here do not believe that
he .has ever gotten himself into such
The Coquillc Sentinel says that
Jasper Yoakum has a steer weighing
nearly 3000, pounds out on his ranch
near the county farm, that he is
thinking of exhibiting at the San
Francisco fair next year. That would
certainly be some steer and a mighty
good advertisement for tho kind of
cattle that can be raised in Coos
M. E. Church South
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Preaching, 11:00 a. m.
Epworth League, G:30 p. m.
Preaching, 7:30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting, Thursday, 7:30.
Missionary Society, Friday, 2:30.
W. B. SMITH, Pastor.
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Preaching, 2nd, lth and 5th
days at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
REV. WM. IIORSFALL, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Public Service, 11:00 a. m.
Evening Service, 7:30 p. m.
Mid-Week Service, Thursday, 7:30
All those who do not worship else
ivhero are invited to come with us.
C. MAYNE KNIGHT, Pastor
10 a. ni Sabbath School
11 a. in Preaching
(1:30 p. m. . . C. E. Prayer meeting
7:30 p, m Preaching
Thursday, 7:30 p. in. Prayer meeting
A cordial Invitation is extended the
public to attend theno Hervlces
REV. WINFIKM) 8. SMITH, Pastor
.Sunday School, 10:00 A. M.
Punching Burvhv, UiOO A, .
ELDER A. II. REUSE,
Mwrh of UrillwM
00)9 ii. i) IVi'inhJwr wm ut I)
a to. una lilM v. in,
The mill is down but I'm
still on the job, ready to
furnish you with a sky
scraper or a chicken
GEO. W. MOORE LUMBER CO.
Pocket Flash Light j
Just received a fresh shipment
E. T. WOLVERTON II. C. DUTiEL
Coos County Meanr? Opportunity Sec Bandon First
DIPPEL & WOLVERTON
CHOICE FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY
REAL EfiTATfi f
frt i'i mm 44"W":'MfrMwi'
Opened for business again In
the Red FrontBuHding'on First
Street. Meals at all hours" day
or night You known you always
get something'l'good to" eat at
BANDON TRANSFER CO.
Gatcbfell Brothers, Props.
All kinds of heavy and litfht drayintf. Phpne orlUrs
given prompt attention. .Barn corner First & Lai-
son, Fish Property. .Telephone oil.
G. E. WILSON
All Kinds of light mid bwvy work, Hurmm iciontlf
nn v H im . jfiionn l cm rummmi. mm1; in your
. ' . , t m . i: i I I i I i JL
known u foot Curl CHH'ord, iw wlmUflo- hum t
t hour, no ithwYm, pntiiug nmuii, nno mi mna
of tlu mnrwv iuuh All wor gtmmtimi I'lghL