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About The Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1915-19?? | View This Issue
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Some fine bargains are offer
ed this week in Brocaded Suit
ings and summer borderd Voiles.
See them on display in window.
All wool 48 inch Brocaded Suiting. Former
Price $2.00 Yard.
One piece fan Sale.. 49c
One piece Brown Sale 69c
One piece Navy Sale , 79c
36 in. Wool Plaid, Rcr. price 50c Sale..29c
36 in. Wool Plaid, Rcr. price 50c Sale. ...39c
36 in. Wool Plaid, Rcjr. price SI. 00 Sale.. 49c
57 in Wool Plaid, Rc-jr. price Si. 50 Sale 69c
42 in. Lavender Bordered Voile, Reg. price SI. 50
45 in. Tan Bordered Voile, Reg. price 75c
27 in. Striped Retine, Reg. price 85c Sale 39c
A complete line of summer foot
wear including '.ennis shoes and bare
foot sandals is now ready for your in
spection at Ocon's. Opposite the Grand
Everybody invited. Shoe repair shop
I Linibnch of San Francisco is a
visitor this week at J. L. Kronen
berg's. Work on the play to be given for
the benefit of the beech walk is pro
gressing iitcndily and it will bo giv
en to the public some time in June.
The advanced class in domestic sci
ence at the high school will hold a re
ception in the high school oflice Thurs
day, May 20th at from 3:00 to 1:00, p.
Walter Haydon who has been as-
'sisting I). M. Chnrleson on the Port
of Coos Hay in dredging work has
coma to take up a like position on the
Coipiille river. Mr. Charloson is the
Port engineer for both the Port of
Coos Hay and Port of Randon.
The ladies of the Thimble club are
very much pleased witli the spirit
shown by Handon people in the clean
up crusade of last week. Many spots
which have been eyesores for some
time past wore relieved of rubbish and
present a more pleasing appearance.
John N. Hain did the hauling for the
city and found enough to do to busy
himself the two days allotted and a
day and a half in addition.
There was a band of orphans in the
office of the city recorder Wednes
day night. The members of the official
family had gathered for a special con
clave but the city dads failed to show
up. Investigation showed a misunder
standing as to datos and the meeting
which had been tentatively arranged
had been called off by the mnyor as
far as the councilmen wore concerned
but failed to remember the city offi
cers. The Master Key at the Grand next
Thursday evening. This ii'toiesting
serial photo play is drawing to a
close and some sensational stunts will
be seen in the last three installments
Don't fail to see the finish.
We arc indebted to the Coquille
A alley Sentinel for the following in
Deputy Sheriff W. C. Laird probably
made the best time ever in taking that
batch of four conficts out to Salem
last week. He left here at i o'clock
Tuesday morning going to Uoseburg
I y tbo old Coos Hay wagon road, and
I ot back at -1 o'clock Thursday nftor
l oon, returning the same way.
Sheriff Alfred Johnson left this ci
ty Monday morning for San Francis
co where ho bad been summoned as a
vitness in the U. S. court cases a
gninst the "Harnakle" counterfeiters,
lie went out by the Coos Hay wagon
road to Uoseburg, but where he had
got as far as Ashland, found the train
confronted by so many washouts in
northern California that it was alto
gether uncertain, when travel would
be resumed. So he turned back and
went to Portland to take the O.-W..
R. & N. route to Ogdcn, Utah, and
thence by the Central Pacific line to
San Francisco which he will probably
reach the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. 1.. A. I.iljciivist start
ed for San Francisco Monday night.
Mr. L. had been subpoenaed as a wit
ness in the Harnakle counterfeiting
case there; and thought there could
be no better opportunity to make a
visit to the big fair, and so kill two
birds with one stone.
( oinmencement exercises at the Co
ipiille High School will begin on Sun
day night, May :), with the Hacca
lauroato sermon by Rev. C. H. Hryau,
at the M. 10. Church South.
Superintendent Haker went up to
Powers Wednesday to attend the
school meeting that day when the $18-
000 bond issue for the building of a
new school house was voted upon.
At the school bond election at Pow
ers Wednesday, the district in which
the new town is located approved the
$18,000 bond issue for a new( school
building by a vote of :$7 to 11.
County Judge James Watson start
ed Tuesday morning for Hedliinds,
California, whore ho will visit his aunt
.Mrs. Kate Floyd. Ho is making this
trip partly on buslne.. and partly for
pleasure, and expect, to vi.it the Pa
llia Pacific exposition hofnro iv
tiiriiing. Ho will ho none until June
The .lisinuir Hlilor liua Iiwoh with
ill awn front (lie nor vine ut L'imm liny
.imiI thv Kllltiii'ii ami the inula dm
pot mi, giving ii fivtMtay U
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filing Ml AUwWhjW jmnJ IhiiwU.
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LOCAL NKWS ITI5MS ?
Clint Mnlehorn was up fiom Ing
Col. K. II. Rosa is visiting in San
Fs.ink Catterlin was over from Coos
Hay for a visit Monday.
Walter Crook of Myrtle Point was
a visitor in Handon Monday.
Lyda Marsters of Gold Beach, was
a visitor in Handon Friday.
Horn Thursday to Mr. and Mm.
Win. liurger of Prosper, a boy.
Steeple jacks are painting the
smoke stacks of the Moore mill.
The gipsies, harbingers of settled
weather are reported in Handon.
Mrs. F. J. Feeney was u visitor in
Marshiield Friday and Saturday on a
Handon Masons held a special meet
ing Friday night and conferred the
entered apprentice degree on C. J.
The Senior Class Play, "Uncle;
and Aunts" a sparkling comedy with
an Fnglish sotting will lie give.i a
week from Wednesday evening.
Carl Moore who stopped on" in Han
don on his way from Toledo to Herke
ley, Cal. for a visit witli old friends,
leaves for California this week.
The tug Klihyam went over to
Marshiield Thursday and towed back
the oil barge for the Seattle Hridge
and Dredging Co.
Fred Kronenberg of Denver left
Sunday on his return trip, after a
pleasant visit with his brother J. I..
Krouenlierg and family in this city.
The White Slave traffic films will be
shown at the Grand theater Wednes
day, May lOlli, instead of Tued.iy,
May ISth, owing to a mistake in ad
The -twuiitfi. Ilanilon and Speedwell
hmdwl with lion on the 12-tMhrook
dor-N tlii wth)U, Tho KlisHht-lh and
the ItruuUyn IikuImI at Pumper and
Um Ai'Me, ont) of Hut la.t of Uie dotib
Ih immIm) ktoom m'Imhmhm. 1 hwc loud
in Una for ltw.
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niyfct fieri m Out Hotel Ikiiter w
ikf Hi M ut Jmiuiiiy lm Ju)mJ In
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The following is the outgoing pascn
ger list of tho Elizabeth:
J. H. Masson, A. J. Hartman, M. F.
Shoemaker, D. L. Perkins, John Cuffs
J. S. Cull's and wife, S. H. Leuborg,
II. L. Streuber, Frank Komeni, Emi
lia Romcni, Jim Pappa, M. Iluntly,
W. J. McMenery, Dewitt Smith.
Tho following is the passenger list
of tho Speedwell which arrived in Han
don Friday night:
Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Anderson, Alice
Culin, Erma Cullen, L. Kingston, Will
G. Harrow, Lee, Perin and wife, O. A.
Kclley, J. H. Linbun, Geo. Mucks, Joe
Slotick, Pete Obcrto, A. S. Medinc, O.
L. Jacobson, Mildred Morse, Mrs. Kose
The Eli.abeth came up from the
south Saturday morning with the fol
lowing passenger list:
Miss Marjorie Hanley, Mr. and Mrs.
M. P. Pomeroy Edith Pomeroy, L.
Lumbuck, J. A. Stankaniad, F. Kel-!ar.
A good watch is a constant imind
er of the value of time a dolln and
cenLs asset. When you think of a
graduation gift, decide upon tho
Hamilton watch, sold and guaianteed
by Sabro Hros. It
Hicyrlr Repairs Saw Filing
and Repairing A Specialty
P. O. Box 174
S. D. Barrows
HANDON, OR KG ON
N ill lake orders lor ltir)rlK ot all kimU
anil I'ope Molor-C)cl.'t aUn (Lilian Ko.
Oltilie Lcwin is Hostess at a Paity lo'
High School Associates and Instructors ,
A pleasnnt feature af the glad com
mencement season was a party gi?
by Miss Otillio Lcwin at tho home of
her parents on Oregon avenue hist
Friday evening. Her guests were
her class males of the senior class of
tho high school and the faculty there
of. . The interior of the house w.is
prelt'ly decorated in honor of the
occasion, the class colors, blue ai.ti
white, being made use of. The even
ing was happily spent with mu.ic and
names, a feature of the foimer being
a vocal solo by Prof. Quigley.
As to the games, John Windsor won
first prize as champion gucssci awl a
similar honor was won by Geo. Stoll.
for a demonstration of artistic ability.
Delicious refreshments were serv
ed nnd considerable entertainment
was derived from the favors which
fell to the guests. These were blue
and white manikins of the "What are
the Wild Waves Saying" variety each
one stamped with the year 1915.
The following were the guests of
Agnes Canterbury, Mary Donald
son, Edna Gallier, Ruby Tilton, Helen
Stoltz, Vera Nelson, Hattie Hoak,
Otillio Lcwin, George Stoltz, Jack
Kronenberg, John Windsor, Tlios.
Chatham, Halbert Langlois, Morton
Lowery, Clair Shumate, Kanuon
Smith, Reiner Geisendorfer, Cressie
Hiuginian, Mr. Quigley, Mr. and Mrs.
Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin, Miss
Rodgers, Miss Abbott, Miss Lorcn.
Every young girl and every father
should see the expose of tho liite
Slave traffic films in live wonderful
icels at the Grand Wednesday night
May l'Jth, one night only. ,
Viclrolas and Edison Diamond Disc
Phonographs sold on easy payments.
Sabro Hros. t
HOT POINT AP
PLIANCES & FIXTURES
LAMPS IN VARIETY
THE INSIDE OF THE
WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC
Samuel II. London's World Renowned
Photoplay. Five Hig Thrilling Reels
This is the photoplay that was
seized and stopped by the Seattle
police at tho Melbourn theater. Ii was
afterwards released without prejudice
and at tho earnest solicitation of re
form workers in that city it lias been
engaged for a return date in the same
If you sympathise witli crooked po
lice work and the ruin of young girls,
don't come. You will bo olfended. If
you know tho trail of the serpent,
from homes like your own to the gall
ways of hell, go to the theater and
see a powerful sermon without words.
You will come away a clearer minded
man or woman.
Helen Knight, physician in charge
of tho Magdaleua home, New York
city, says of this film: "The presenta
tion of your picture, 'The Inside of the
White Slave Trafiic' in every town and
hamlet in the United States would
mean the elimination of White Slav
ery." Tho mayor of Anacortes, Washing
ton, says: "If there were more such
pictures shown, tho country would be
the better for it." Thousands have
said the same thing.
You can't make the picture of a bat
look like a humming bird, but there is
nothing in these pictures to olfend the
No children under 18 years admit
ted unless accompanied by parents.
Endorsed by press and clergy.
Grand Theater, Wednesday May It)
Admission 0 cts., Children 10 cts.
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The year 1911 witnessod the out
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Tho indications are that the hotel
at Langlois will soon change hands.
A pavillion 100 by 100 feet, the
largest in Curry county is to lie built
at Langlois during the comming sum-met.
The Bandon Recorder
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Do you want to purchase a good AGENTS
second hand automobile. One for sale.
Inquire at Recorder oflice.
For Sale: One, two or three lo s 11
one tract, on County Road next H
Scliueler. Make an otrer. F. II. Maso'
M7 N. Water St. Ellonsburg, Wash.
Found: Godl watch. Owner maj
have same by identifying property
and paying for this adv.
For Sale: A Piano, good as new, in
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