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About The Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1915-19?? | View This Issue
Chris Rasmusson was a Marshfield
visitor last week.
Alva Harry was hero from Coquille
Mr. Fcnslor of the Powers Hub
store was a visitor in Bandon today.
The Romance of Elaine can be
seen at the Grand every Monday
night. A thrilling, fascinating picture
Charlie Chaplin next Saturday
night, Oct. 2nd in anolher amusing
Keystone comedy Nuf Cod.
J. Ira Sidwell left for Portland
yesterday to transact busirfess. He
went overland via Roscburg.
Roy Miller of the Seattle Dredge
and Bridge company was . visitor in
E. E. Foss, manager of the Pros
per milling company has been called to
The Starr-Mast Co. sold the finish
ing hardware to go into the Stephens
F. F. Eddy was up from Ills Lang
lois homestead for a visit in Bandon
P. Larson, F. A. Baker, J. S. Lov
all, all of Coquille were visitors, in
Justice H. H. Adolphson of Den
mark had business in this city Satur
day. Mr. Van Ness, the Pharmacist who
had charge of Lowe's drug store dur
ing the absence of that gentleman at
San Francisco, is going back to Port
land. His wife, child nnd hotiso guest
will accompany him.
Found: on East Second ' street, n
music roll and music. Owner can have
same by calling and paying "for this
adv. C. E. Smith, 322 Klamath Ave.
For Rent Oct. 1st Twenty acre
ranch, two miles out. Most kinds of
fruit on the place. C. II. Chandler,
and did you. dis
cover that coupon
in it good fo? "
saving 15c on
each dollar you
spend for Hot
point Electric ap
pliance? If you have not
read the coupon
do so at once.
Then use it quick
ly because it's
- only good for the
next 30 days.
W. L. MAST
Miss Alta Willard of this city is
working in the telephone oflice'at Co
quille. The Ladies Aid of the Presbyter
ian church meets tomorrow afternoon
with Mrs. E. Schctter.
James Mast recently built a nine
hundred dollar barn on his farm half
a mile south of Coquille.
Miss Pearl Crain of this City has
Itecome a member of the Pi Beti Phi
sorority of the university girls at
The Diamond from the Sky is the
great $10,000 serial prize story shown
at the Grand every Tuesday night
Don't miss it.
Goo. W. Moore left Bandon Sat
urday for Toledo, Oregon where the
Moore mill is expected shortly to open
for the winter's run.
W. F. Irish of the Marshficld Gold
en Rfilo store is in the Bandon store
substituting for Mr. Flom while he
is absent on his vacation,
A Mothers' meeting wr.c held at
the M. E. church, south Thursday
ufl .t- on, Sept. SO. Thg meeting was
he. i ." m 2:30 to 4 o'clock.
r!p'- Janis, the famous star will
appoji- in a five reel feature comedy
screen play, Caprices of Kitty at
the Grand, Sunday, Oct. 3rd.
A party of Roscburg hunters pass
ed through Bandon last week by autos
headed for the Curry County happy
Steam heat" at the Grand every
night for your comfort. No better
placo in town to spend a pleasant ev
Coming A Famous Players Feat
ure The Love Route A western
railroad- drama, full of exciting in
cidents. Grand. Next Thursday.
W. E. Cleghorn, wife and niece of
Coquille formerly in business in Ban
don were among the passengers to
i:o out on the Elizabeth bound for San
Francisco and the fair.
Allen Nolch who' 'formerly lived
south of Bandon nnd last spring tried
to kill himself was found insane in the
Probate court at Coquille last week
and taken to Salem.
Frank IIufTord is entertaining rel
atives from Missouri. They soy times
arc good in that state and farmers
can borrow all the money thoy want at
Mcsdumcs Guy and Ralph Dippcl
were among those who returned last
week on tho Elizabeth. They havo
Harry Crain reports that his father
has got ine nea uraimirug sure est
ablished in his new location in Port
land and is ready to open doors to
Can you write? $10,000 is offered to
the person who can write the best so
lution to theV "Diamond from the Sky"
serial story. See the pictures at the
Grand every Tuesday.
An engine boiler has been brought
up from Gold Beach which will be
used with the machinery which Mr.
Peters is installing on the Stuttsman
loasholds the other side of Cut creek.
Among those' who came up on the
Brooklyn last week were Mr. and Mrs.
E.' M. Sumner who havo spent tho
summer in tho fruit region contribu
tory to San Frtncisco and are just re
turning. Smiling Dutchand Champion Jim
Wilson are doing some posing stunts
for the benefit of tho patrons of the
Noble theater at Marshficld tonight
They went over to the bay yesterday
Mrs. Pollock and son Max left
yesterday for their homestead near
Riverside in Malheur county. Mr. Pol
lock plans to dispose of his business
in this city and follow theni with the
rest of tho .family in a short ime.
Corthcll tho Roofer finished up tho
B. B. building work lnsfr Saturday and
has als put on tho bakery roof and
done rejuvenation work on tho First
National Bank" building and on Ras
musscn Bros, saloon building.
Closing Program at Four
Mile District School Houss
Aoout fifty people attended the
cldsing exercises of the Four Mile
school, Friday night, September, 24
I lie program rendered was as fol
Song Oregon, My Oregon By the
Recitation The disappearance Jer
Kocitation Three Companions Hnz-
Recitation Vacation . Time; Elsie
Recitatipn A Million Little Diamonds
Recitation Bed in Summer Henry
Dialogue Curing a Borrower All
bong Twilight is Falling By the
Speech The Honest Old Toad Wil
Recitation Raining Pitchforks Ka
Reading The Moon in the Pool Vi
Reading Somebody's Dnrling Pearl
Song Some Folks- Do By tho
Kecitation solitude Leora Water- n
man. ' , - j
Speech Ten Little Time ' Soldiers
Recitation When I'm ns TaHns the
Broom Bertha Stillwell.
The Duck Season Opens
We have a new stock of
SELBY SHELL'S in all Sizes
SHOT GUN'S OF ALL KIND'S
McNAIR HARDWARE CO.
hone isi "THE HOME OF GOOD HARDWARE"
Dr. Endicott, and his brother from Songs The Way at School'; No.
California, and Al. Garfield in the Let
ter's car left last week for the Rogue
River for extensive hunting trip. They
expect to bo gone ten days or two
Attorney Geo., P. Topping and
Lentner Gallier who were in atten
dance upon a trial involving some
interests of the Bank of Bandon at
San Francisco returned nt the last
Elizabeth. While there Mrs. Topping
joined her liusbnnd, nnd together they
visited the Fair.
Rev. C. M. Knight returned from
tho conference nt Roscburg yester
day. The conference had not ended nor
had tho assignments-been given out
but he seized the Opportunity of the
presence of tho Bandon stage to re
turn to tho city.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. K. Flom are cniov-
Wrong Sir By the School.
Dialogue Tho Sewing Society Leo-
ra waterman, Elsio Adams, Ruby
McDuffee, Pearl McDuiTcc, Violet
Snyder, George Morgan.
Recitation The Girl Who smiles
Recitation Prudic's Resolve Elsie
G. Dippcl, Mrs. R. Dippcl, Mrs. J. L.
Conger, Mrs. N. M. Niemhn and
child, Miss Blanche Radlcy, Mrs." L.
J. Radlcy, L. S. Davidson, N. S. Ncof
fet, B. C. Burnett, A. J. Smith, Mr.
um Mrs. .1. A. Endicott nnd child. G.
DuiTce, Pearl McDufTeo
Recitation The Land of Countcrnano
Reading Cause They Didn't Think
Song Red Wing. (Given in Costume
Pearl McDulfee, Violet Snyder,
Elsie Adams, Elsie Clausen Leora
Recitation Supposing Penrl Mc-
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Snyder, Leora Waterman, Ruby
Sam Ness who recently opened ub Conn RmwPonri .TVTnnfr I
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iur. uuu iurs. ckch nuve-iounu inuu ins rrosDer cannerv rnnnrt.fi t int, thnl ti . . .
1.. . . , ... . tir . I i i . .,7 .. . I i,lu J"Kiuiii "as inierspcrsea wun
they will not bo able to go to Wash- catch is still light. Tho cannery is L number of excellent nhnnnm,.,.r,i,.
...bw . r... -..jv. v..v.u. . ,.UK uuu. uuu saimon a aay. ine selections, for which thanks is duo
nuiy uu luuiiu ua uuui uv ilia uiu .ivera0 0I largo UllinooKS Is UnUSUal- Mr. Wntnrmnn
t uuu ijiuvu u law aro orouglll. T in tniirlioi' M m Inlo T.hqL- lhfi
111 WOlgning in tno neighborhood Of for hnr hnmn nonr Mvrtlrf Pni.,f
ioity pounus each. Tuesday following tlm olnn nf c,.i,oi
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JMlss Lconft Fullerton who was the
successful contestant in the Rncord
er's fair trip contest will leave on the
Brooklyn for tho fair next Saturday,
Her sister, Mrs. Starr will leave Sun
day for the anno destination but go
ing ovorland to Rosoburg and from
thoro by tho Southorn Pacific,
Mrs. Chostor Hoskins who recontly
returned from Alnska reports consid
erable activity in that section and
quite a littlo building in Juneau. Mr,
The following is the outgoing list
on the Elizabeth which left the har
bor Saturday: Esther Lorcntxcn, Mrs.
w. I-,. Cleghorn, Miss Lena mc, Geo,
P. I.nirl. P. It. ITnvt r Hnln.
""K uii'i) .uim,s, iuurys moi-i...
iy uuu i vioici onyuer, uuiiy flic-
Hoyt, Mrs. E. W. Sturtevant,
Blanche Breuer,' Harry Hull. E. W.
Sturtevant, Mrs. B. A. Lux, Mrs. Mil
ler, Nora Nygron, Mrs. Augusta Oil
man, and child, II. Wright, Geo. J.
Costello, Frank Martin, W. II. Cleghorn.
Hu')cle Repairs Saw Kiting
and Kt-paipng A Specialty
P. O. Bov 174
S. D. Barrows
Will tlr onlrri for Ilicjrln of til kinJi
and ropr .Molor Cyclrn il.o Oobm Row
been gone n fow weeks, visiting the
I fair and enjoying the hospitality of tractive places in tho county to the
muuviiui:i(j mm uiiiiij, uv au I SOUtll.
i salito, Cal.
Don't Get Wet
f a and carry around a load
i oi wilier uuu a coiu.
Tower's Fish Brand
sheds every drop.
Easy fitting and
t strong nt every
1" i mm ninnlnrr In
IWI at the front.
PrnlM-fnr lint. 7 iv.nlft
Satisfaction Guaranteed 0"WFJI
Send for cntnlos Stt-a,
A. J. TOWER CO.
;.j llOSTON lSHW$&
Tho Phoenix is loading with tics
for the trip down tho coast
F. L. Findlay, expert piano tuner
has been in Bandon tho past week.
the Tillamook is loading with 250
tons of coal at Riverton for tho Port
t Value J
Every Heywood-Wakefield matlrew ha our name on it. We put it there
lrcaue we Hand back bf every one.
When you buy a Hevwond-Walcrficlil maltresi, vou fret more than a mat
tresi. Vou get SATISFACTION GUAHANTKtiD.
We will cheerfully replace any mattress wliich fails to give you satisfaction.
Price, SI 5
OihcrH at $12 nnd $18
Hcywood Brothers and Wakefield Company
FOR SALE BY
Bandon Furniture Company
Mrs. Charles Davis and two child
ren returned yesterday from a visit
with relatives nt Contralia nnd othnr
and Mrs. Hoskins have departed for points in wester.: Washington. She
uoiu ueacii leaving the tie camp was goue three weeks and reports
where Mr. Hoskins has. worked during things more quiet thero than in this
tho summer. Thoy go on the farm of vicinity.
U. i. Jenkins in tho v cinitv of the
Low Round Trip Fares
FAMOUS PLAYERS FILM
COMPANY PRESENTS THE FORM Eft
"The Love Route"
A thrilling four part western railroad drama
A PICTURE WORTH SEEING
Shown at the
Grand, Theater, Thursday, September 30
liijr Six Red Program
Simuhn 15c mi 5c
COMINC; iittxt Smliiy-.-Tli Uimom Slur, Klxto
JHnljM(,iprtefKI(.y,,lMcoin(ilylii fivu nv.t,
Curry county seat.
Elbert Dyer is expected to return
to Bandon the last of this week to
look after business matters.after hav
ing spont nbout six weeks nutoinc
with his family through Southorn Oro-
Jnmos Madison Dyer, n brother of
the late Judge George Dyer of this
city died at Grizzly Flat, near Red
uing, uai. recently, no was 71 years
of ago a tho timo of his death nnd
had been a mining ongincer by occu-
nntin. I In linil livnil xviMi liio oiotn
I'nn nilfl nVAn Avtntlfltnn 1, T.. . I . . . " '
" . ' "---'-''", m,i ovirijiirg, fj,as. unborn ip Marshficld for
.. u-iiinii oouinern ami Eastern the past three years and went- t(
Orcgo.. His family remains nt Ash- California lnst March in tho hopo o
In wl miint-A I. 1 1a 1 i I 1
",u ,lavu seiecieu apart- improving his health
monts, and will most.likelv rcmnin for
tho winter. Iho U. fa. government maintains
. . ' a model light house nt the exposition
Mrs. Captain Wiren who returned
on the Elizabeth from hcMrip to San various officials from tho light houses
nun noi. seen ror twenty threo years
... .iu,Uur oi ouier ineniis piy t,j8 substitute whllo gone,
n ml n.nnn Hln .. r i nt I "
".'luuiiiuinrea oi long ago. olio
on mo r.iizauctli rrom hcr.tnp to San various officials from tho light horn
Francisco reports a very pleasant nnd aong the west coast. Captain Wir
memorable, trip. She visited with Mr. wn8 chosen ns one of the men to hn
iron s sister at Salimas whom she cimrR0 of this exhibit but declined
enjoyed her visit to tho exposition
vpry much being especially Impressed
with tho exhibits of Canada and
Sweden. She left her daui?ht.r Miss
r.hlm Wiren nt tho normal nt Sun Jose
The following io tho passenger list
on the Brooklyn which arrived in tho
harbor Thurcday: Ethol Sum
nor, Edith Sumner, Mrs. Dora Sum
ner, E. M. Sumner, Mrs. W. I New
I Can show you a rionu-Htend. Write to J- Tannings, Garcia A. Kivli-I
at onco to John Sort. V O Bos 70.
II. M. Show, M. I)., Kyc, IUir. Nose
und l hroa'. fiiu'clalliit will bo in Ran-
don on Thurmluy, fiejit. !J0 t tho Gal
Her lioUtl. "filnsiicd Fitted," 2t
l-nr Krnl t ftlMlrrn flu- r)Hi bun.
gulnw In d.'lrublu nrrtlon, Apply to T.
i itriHiin, or jiiiomi Rurul HXJ,
'r KIiw(Ihi'( I mo HMii llir. lul.
Mil ill olid Hurt ndjoliiliiif II H.hrttlb.
M uii.l vpiivdltti liu Mooru khw hi . r Ivml im tliu IlllruUlh on -r luit
All rlminj, WirliK wiilr. Hih.1 rp. IJ mji fioiu Hi hit. I Wiim,
Ill IOWII, V, , M Hi,,, Ml N.l Im J, UdlOV, Im J. UaVUlUHL AnJf
mond, V. M. Arrington, H. Babb, W.
E. Molioney, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. 8. Stad.
le, Mrs. E. Ue, II. D. Unit, II. F.
Carson, Mr, mid Mrs. I'aikur, Mr,
I no miiowuig is the rmirnvnger
on tho outgoing Brooklyn Huturiluy,
Hifjit, 'JfilluK, J.wIk, J. V. Hlnmif,
a II.. . ft rm l a
j. ai. nyirn, ii, r. cmuxi'ii, Aira.
('lauKi'n, Klein CkUi, Ivl Ouif n
Uiu foiiowluK M of iiiki. i pi-
Big Bridge Carnival
In lie lirlil -at
North Bend, October 7-8-9
TicLets will be sold from all point
I'cnvcrs to MarsliGlU Inc. October 7ih
Xth ami 9th, roo.I for rrtini until
r e e
r e a
Good Koails and Fraternal Conventions
Able speakers. '
Aiito'nd Moior-cyclr tacel, llorsr.
meet, l-"Jeld ami Track Knin, 'Ac-
(rand V'jtrr I'jkmiiI, I'jta.let, Grand
I'uiilirr uMifnjr from nnini Aenl if ilir
)vm M, Kriilf. (tMi$ H'Huiyrf Atwl, I'mlltuil, Oirtuv