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ONLY FOUR MORE DAYS
OF HUB CLOTHING AND SHOE COMPANY BIG SALE
HART, SCIIAFFNEU & ALL MEN'S AND LADIES' MEN'S DRESS AND BOYS' LONG AND KNEE MEN'S COTTON AND
Marx, Suits, Overcoats Dress Shoes. Work Pants. Pants Suits. Wool Underwear. Union
and Raincoats. $50o Shoe, "slUe" Price S3.S5 $6.00 Pants.lSale Price $ 4.65 $12.50 "Sale" Price $9.S5 kfbO TW"sSg Price S'i 35
c71 on rn H50 Shoe Sale Price 3'35 $5-00 Pants' Sale Price $3-S5 10-00 Sale pe $7.95 i'00 S: e Price $ S3
$27.50 . . Sale Price, $20.60 00 Shoe gale Price $285 mo PantSj Sale Price $3.15 $9 00 Sale Price $7.15 $3 00 S- e Price S15
$25.00, . . . Sale Price $lS.7o ?3 50 Shoe, Sale Price $2.75 $3.50 Pants, Sale Price $2.65 $S.00, .... Sale Price $6.35 950' s: e Price SI S"
$22.50, . . . Sale Price $16.45 $3.00 Shoe, Sale Price $2.35 $2.50 Pants, Sale Price $1.85 $7.00 Sale Price $5.45 i50 Sule Price Si 15
$20.00 . . . Sale Price $13.85 $2.75 Shoe, Sale Price, $2.15 $2.00 Pants, Sale Price $1.35 $6.00 Sale Price $1.65 $1.00,' Sale Price SO its
Men's and Ladies' Oxfords Styleplus Suits and Over- Boys' Girls' and Children's Men's. Ladies and Childrens
John B. Stetson Hats, $3.15 . OI t J ,. , House Shoes and Slippers
and Pumps at .lust yz Price coats $13.bo Shoes at 2; percent discount :lt One Half Price
SATURDAY, JULY 17th, LAST DAY
HUB CLOTHING AND SHOE CO., BANDON, OREGON
W. M. Russell was up from Gold
Paris Wnrd of Handon Is visiting in
the city. Daily Tide.
Frank McMillan of Dairyvillc was
in Handon the first of the week.
W. E. Host went to Portland last
week on n business trip going by
way of the Breakwatei.
G. R. Howell, n Handon resident, is
spending n few days in the city visit
ing with friends. Daily Tide.
Win. Sellnier has been enjoying n
tusscl with the grip nnd says it has
pretty nearly got his goat.
Manton Treadgold nnd wife were
in from their Four Mile homestead
for a visit with town relatives today.
The tug Klihyam pinna to take out
a party of local fishermen Friday to
try for big fish in the ocean.
A. J. Mendel of the Hub Clothing
storo of Mnrshfield was a visitor nl.
tho Handon branch store last Thurs
day The gas schooner Hoamer, Captain
Ed Skog in command, stopped in its
wny down the coast for n short visit
Tho Gerald C. an Elmore boat out
of Astoria came into the river Satur
day anil went on up the river to Rivcr
ton after coal.
C. W. l'apo was a visitor at Marsh
field, Coquille, Myrtle Point and Arago
Saturday looking after the Sperry
Hour interests in all those points.
Miss Henry, the Librarian, and her
father Autle Henry and the children
of Ed. Henry left Monday for a week
Btay in Urewster valley.
Captain Alee Scott returned during
tho past week from his prospecting
trip into Curry county and reports
that ho found the prospects encourag
ing. Judge A. S. Hammond of North
Hem! came to town in his car Sunday
bound for Port Orford. Here he was
joined by Frank Greenough and they
spent the day fishing in the waters of
I Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Jackson were
, visitors at the Imy yesterday.
: Miss Agnes Giles is spending n
couple of weeks at Myrtle Point.
Mrs. C. Timmons returned Friday
from a visit to Astoria and Portland.
Special Services at M. II South.
Mr. Sanderlin of Michigan, a broth
er of the late Rev. F. M. Sanderlin,
is here visiting with his nieces, Mrs.
Johnson and Mrs. Clara Canterbury.
Geo. Hutton had a narrow escape
from injury at the quarry yesterday
through the parting of one of the ca
bles. Mrs. J. II. Shields, Mrs. S. S.
Shields and families camped at Four
Mile last week and had lots of fun and
A double cala lily is the latest Han
don product to call for inspection.
This one was grown in the yard of J.
The steamer Dispatch is to be laid
up for repairs, overhauling1 and a
general renovating. Her place is being
taken by the Favorite.
Mrs. Edna Strauhl has been ap
pointed by the county court as admin
istratrix of the estate of her late
brother Arthur D. Mills.
Notwithstanding conflicting ru
mors, the wedding nnd installation in
the Odd Fellows lodge will take place
tomorrow night as originally sched
uled. C. McC. Johnston and family re
turned recently from a trip to San
Francisco and the big fair. They re
nort locating the Feeney family at the
StDunstan apartments in the city.
Word received from Dr. Mann and
Geo. ljiird who went by auto from
Handon to San Francisco are to tho
effect that they followed a storm all
the way down and had bad roads in
most places to encounter
Miss Susy McGinty who has been
visiting with relatives at Fish Trap
during the month past, returned to
Handon Saturday. Her sister-in-law,
Mrs. P. J. McGinty acompanied her
coming up to Handon for a day's visit.
Victor, Victrolns and
Boyle Jewelry Co.
for July birthdays. They are also very
suitable for an engagement ring.
Insist on Diamond Cut Rubies of bril
liancy and accept no substitute.
We can furnish any size stone out of
stock and sot it in a mounting at once.
Another Shipment of the Popular
"AIIumui" silverware just received.
Initials engraved free.
Boyle Jciwtilry Company
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Mrs. F. M. Haxter of Coquille was
a visitor in Handon Monday.
The Phoenix caries a large consign
ment of hay from the Central Feed
Co. consigned to parties at Port Or
ford The following was the passenger
! list of the Brooklyn: M. Maka, J. K.
I Peterson, Geam V. Vierro, and wife,
j C. H. Turner, E. P. Iloimald, Andrew
Charley Harrows went over to the
Hay Monday to see his brother Clyde
who is one of the crew running Krus
es truck hauling ties for Simpson at
There was a big farmer's picnic at
Norway Saturday attended by all the
farmers of the neighborhood. A big, !
between harvest celebration at which
a great time is reported.
It is reported that Captain Willard
has disposed of his interest in the
Coquille river Transportation compa
ny nnd will refit the Wolverine as the
neuclus of another steamboat line.
Water service in the higher parts
of the city is much improved by tho
water improvements the city is con
ducting, putting in a new main and
other work. The service there is now
the best it lias ever been.
Its a case of off again on ngain with
the roads between here and Port Or
ford, according to F. H. Ticehenor
who drives an autostage between this
city and that town. Early last week
the roads were bad following the rain,
but they soon dried up and nre now in
Did you see that great Paramount
play Tho Sign of the Cross last
Sunday at the Grand? Wonderful
film wasn't it? We have more Para
mounts coming two every week
siunuays aim riiuramys they are
worth your while to see every Para
mount is a gem of a picture sure to
meet your approval.
A company of friends, mostly
participants in the late pageant and
captained by Mrs. E. ljuwin arranged
a little picnic as a surprise to Mrs. J
L. Kronenberg in the woods last Sun
day afternoon. That lady was persuml
ed to go for a ride nnd when the auto
had arrived at the pageant grounds
she found tho party awaiting her. A
table was spread under tho trees and
all enjoyed a picnic dinner. A short
program followed the meal the rend
ing of nn acknowledgment of Old Ma
ry's "Card of Thanks" by It. 11. Swen
son, a short talk by G. T. Treadgold
in which he again voiced his original
suggestion that the grounds suround
ing be bought and used as a park, and
a reading by Mrs. Averill.
When you become thoroughly ae-
quinted with tho wonderful quality of
paramount pictures you will mirely
become an ardent "Paraniountor".
They are shown at the Grand every
I'liursday and Sunday.
Rev. II. M. mw will preach every
night thin week at the M. E. south,
church ut 8 o'clock. Alio next Sun
day morning ami evening. All uru
cordially invitml to attend those ser
vice. Ilov. W. II. Smith, punliir
II. M. Slum, M. I U.', Mar. Now
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will I ut lUudmi ut Oulllur llntol,
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MARSH PI ELI) AND MYRTLE
POINT VIEWS AT THE GltAND
Photo play fans wil have an oppor
tunity to see the Marshtield and .Myr
tle Point celebration as preserved in
moving pictures by Mr. Westleder of
this city. The events filmed were of
exceptional interest, being the races
at Myrtle Point, the log rolling con
tests, swimming races and other
The pictures taken in Marshtield
give excellent views of the parade,
the crowds, and all athletic contests.
A novel feature of the picture is the
surf boat riding behind a mast motor
boat. This picture is of exceptional
interest. In all the thousand feet of
film secured many Haudoninns who
took part in the celebration will no
doubt find themselves in the picture.
The films wil be on exhibition at
the Grand theater next Saturday, Ju
ly 17. He sure and see this interest
ing film of the fourth of July cele
The regular stage to Coquille, leav
ing Handon at 0 o'clock went over the
grade on the road near I.ampa. The
passengers in the car consisted of !
traveling one of whom, the popular
Matt May of Mnrshfield is reported
to have had his shoulder dislocated
as a result of the accident. The others
escaped with nothing but scratches.
The car was making some speed at
the time and a loose stone did the trick
James Walstrom is trying out a new
work truck brought up on the Eliza
beth and to be used for delivery pur
poses. The truck is an International,
gotten out by the harvester combina
tion and is heavily built, capable of
carrying a large load.
Mrs. J. A. Hyrne is employed as a
stenographer in a Coquille office dur
ing the absence of the regular sten
ographer in San Francisco ami at the
Miss Gladys Treadgold, teacher at
Billiards was the loser of a watch
through the burglary of the school. A
man named Fred Smith was arrested
at Mnrshfield charged with the theft
and the teacher secured her watch a
gain. Mrs. John L. Anderson will as soon
as the weather and roads permit, jour
ney to Hoseburg to visit relatives.
From there she will go to Med ford,
Cottage Grove anil other points to
visit and will be gone two or three
quillc river and Hear Creek.
Mr. And Mrs. Jack McCloud and Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Watson of Handon
were visitors at Mrs. Van Leuven's
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Long and family
of Lampa accompanied by Uert Peter
son and Miss Clara Sneed took an
auto ride to Myrtle Point last Sunday.
A large crowd attended the picnic
July -1th on Hear Creek and say it is
the best yet,
Fill .MOUNT FACTS
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Pullcn have mov
ed to Anderson's camp, three miles
from Coquille. They will be much
missed in our small community.
Mrs. Tom Buckle has been visiting
her mother near Coquille.
.Mrs. C. Mathews and Mrs. J. Pullen
called upon Mrs. It. A. Felter one day
J. I). Mills
(Late with the Hotel Gallier) I--vites
you to call upon him at the IK"
TEL ST PAUL (formerly Belvedc
Hotel) corner of Fourth and A1J
streets, Portland, Ore. Take street v "
at Depot, and leave it at Alder strec .
Walk one block. Or take taxi at dep
or boat lauding at his expense.
If there is any thing that I can 0
for you in Portland, drop me a li e
and will attend to it free of charge.
2t J. D. MILLS
All parties knowing themselves to
bo indebted to me will please sett o
their accounts immediately. After Jt -ly
1st I will charge S percent interest
on all overdue accounts. I will nake a
discount for cash of r per cei . on all
purchases amounting to $1.00 or mo e
after July 1, HUB.
June!".), 1015. W. E. STEINHOl-F
For Sale: 10 acres, with improve
ments for sale or trade. Will take
wasron and team. Property located !i
mile south of Prosper. Terms reason-
Mrs. C. .Mathews gave n dance July able. For particulars write or call on
3rd that was kept going until the ear
ly morning hours.
The Elizabeth is handling her full
list these days. She brought in the
following passengers Saturday: Mrs.
E. G., Blanche, Ursula, Gerdino and
Elwood Oliphan, T. D. Shine. A. C.
Barmore, John M. Rtishtou, Miss L.
Sterling, Cornelia Harry, Roy F. Flye,
Frank Paine, John Bionnan, W. R. and
S. J. Hurst, G. C. and L. C. limit,
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Harper, Mrs. E. B.
and Muster Kautirud, Mrs. Thud Stenii
Mrs. L. I- Mahau, Mis Bessie Malum,
Harper Malum, Mix. M. Znar.
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Mutiy of the furiimra on Hour Creek
art Jmt u little out of lufl. ut protoNl
tin Uul wtwtlli.ti i iImU nylng niUtfli
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Mr. Hd Mi. U. O, WofUi mw
Mrs. Ray Hall and two children, Mr.
and Mrs. Forest Strong and children,
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Pullen and child
ron, Walter Hack, Mr. and .Mrs. Hoov
er and family from Handon, Mr. Fel
ter, Sr. and Mrs. A. D. Hack joined
in a picnic at Mrs. R. A. Felter's on
the Fourth. A potato race among the
little tots caused much amusement and
a gooil time was enjoyed by all.
Mrs Adam Storms and family, Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Owen with Mrs. Bertha
and .May, Mrs. F. J. Storms and child
ren, joined Mr. and Mrs. Bon Parker
in nn outing to Whiskey Run for a
few days during the holiday.
Philip Owen picked up some good
agates on Merchant's beach July 1th.
He says he saw a whole string of gold
in a miner's pan while there. The own
er said it was $5 worth.
i ne various ganiens in tins vicin
ity are looking fine.
Ingersol watches for your fishing
trips can be bought from Sabro Bivs.
Price $1.00 and $1.50. tf
Hotel Vale: Under new manage
ment. Neatly furnished rooms and
T. J. Owen, Prosper, Oregon. M2-I 2ri
P O. Box P4
8.1 v Piling
S. D. Barrows
Will lilr ocilm lur llic)ilr l all Limli
ami Pup Motor-C)cl('s alio Cohan Row
For Sale Cheap: 100 feet white cell
ar picket fence with red cellar posti.
C. E. Bowman. tf
For Sale; Two Fine Building Lots
in Woolen Mill addition. Will sell at a
sacrifice if taken at once. Inquire of
Mrs. Anna Holland, Marshfield.lt x
Black Jersey Bull for service. ( luu
ley King. It x
For Sale One, two and three lots,
all in one tract adjoining H Schrcib
er's and opposite the Moore saw mi l.
All cleared. Spring water. Best projio
sitiou in town. F. II. Mason, 807 N.
Water street, Ellensburg, Wash.
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