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BAN DON BREVITIES
Fau'.do lia8 been on
Mrs. Guy Dipple has been number
i among a i 1 i n p.
Mrs. W. Si Smith was indisposed a
few days this past Week.
James Mast was an up tho river
( passenger yesterday.
Mr; and Mrs. J. . Bo.lln :c c-t to
ci.'.iit soon for San Francisco foi a
visitat the fair.
' The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian
. church meets tomorrow afternoon
with Mrs. L. Robinson. .
'P. A. Lux from mrc Lampa has
a case of blood poisoning ! one hand
that started in n scratch.
J. E. Fox Robert Fox arid wife
started south this morning by auto
. Perry Robinson has moved in from
his former homo near the Queen Anne
cottage and taken up residence in
There was an unusually powerful
blast set off at the quarry lasc Fri
which shook the west end of the city
although no serious damage is re
ported. Two windows in the Rccordei
office were cracked by this blast.
Bicycle Repairs Saw Filing
and Repairing A Specialty
P. O. Box 174
S. D. Barrows
Will Ulf orders for RicKlrt of all kinds
nil Pope Molor Crclfi also Coban Row
fAllorY kit tx Tinner
M HTTT TT-1T
). K. Perkins was tip from I ampa
r. a business trip votcrday.
JJaVidon the tranjftv num did the
house moving. ,
Claude Hutchinson has covered of
ficial connection with the Gallier and
his place has been taken by a former
employee, Archie Jorgensen. f
M-s." J. VV Byrne is.' working in
Marshfield for the Cm county Yns
Association, J. W. Comad who haa
:liargc of the foray.iy department.
Rev. Vernon oV the Myrtlo Point
Presbyterian church was a visitor in
Bnndon last Friday, toming to' the
city .with Rev. Montgomery of Port,
Elbert Dyer return-id to Kaiiaon
Sunday for a brief business visit, lit;
left his family established for tho
winter at Ashland. Mr. Dyer expects
to leave oliortly for a hunting tnp to
The report come of tho death of
Clarence Edmunds, former. Bandon
woc'i" man, at Pendleton where ho
wcr' t work in the Pendleton woolen
mil. 1 ; spring. Ha is reported to
liav ( infracted blood poisoning
throngli .extracted' teeth.
Mrs. Starr left Monday morning
ovcrlnnd for San Fran.-wco. Her sis
ter, M!i3 Lcona "Fullerton plans to
loavc Thursday on tile Kilburn out
of Marshfield if the condition of the
local bar does not release somo of
the waiting boats before that time.
Felix Wolf who represents a San
Francisco candy firm has had a Ford
constructed into a-carrier for his can
dy samples when calling n" the trade.
Ho expects soon to leave for Caiifor-.
nia to put'the car into usd there on a
circuit he has in that state.
The Hard Times meat market and
has mo.-ed its plant a few rods -nearer
town and is now ready to serve
?ustomers from tho cor.ui diagonally
across, from the Bandon garage. This
-.( ncr Lelongs to fr. Hoberly.
Mr. end Mrs. Ernest Boak arc re
joicing over tho arrival of a pair of
twins, both boys which arrived last
Friday night. The combined weight
of tho boys is 12 lbs. Mother and
children are getting along nicely and
in. i .
me prouti papa is Hearing his new
honors with bocomingdignity.
If Charley Chaplin could have seen !
tho crowd that turned out at tho Grand
Saturday night to greet him ho
would not have disappointed .them, by
not arriving. Engagements wait, so
cial obligations are overlooked- and
meals grow cold tluut due homage
may be paid to the comical cockney
but ho must not disappoint us too
Let 'er Rain!
If you've a man's
work to do, wear
Tower's Fish Brand
The coat that keeps
out all the rain. He-yfer-Erfcrastopcvcry
drop from running
in at the front.
Prutector Hat. 75 cents
Stud for fret catalog
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Rev. Montgomery, of Portland de
livered an address in tho Presbyterian
church last Friday night, his feme
bearing or. tho bible, the home and
tho family altar. Rev. Montgomery
was recently appointed home mission
ary for Oregon and this was his first
visit to Bandon.
Mr. and Mrs. Mclnnis grew tired
of waiting for a favorable bar in or
do to make their trip south and left
overland for Roseburg this morning
and will go to Frisco by rail,
school yells given. Every one had a
good time and era expecting irorc
pleasant 'cvdnings in fhe near future.
All tho boats came in at oueo last
week when Friday p." m. the -tug
successively towed in the Brooklyn,
Bandon, and Elizabeth and'the Acme
followed in on the last trip on her
own power. With the Tillamook and?
the Phoenix waiting here for a chance
to get out, made six boats in the riv
er at one time.
Big show at tho Grand next
Wednesday night, October Gth, pre
senting Jim Wilson, famous wrest
ler and physical culture marvel in
wonderful feats of strength, and clas
sic posing. Chas. Chaplin has arrived
and will be shown in the "Masquera
der" next Wednesday night. Same
bill with Wilson. Some show,
The following is tho passenger list
of the Elizabeth which arrived last
Friday. Mrs. W. Ilicking, Mr. and
Mrs. J. 2. Norton", Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Niclson, Mrs.JS. W. Clark, Mrs. Ella
Reed, Mia. R. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. L.
N. Croft, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Erving,
Eddy Meyers, Thomas Adams, Harry
Hunt, C. L. Reynold?, J. D. Meycra,
The following is .ha passenger list
of the Brooklyn which arrived from
the south Friday.
Mrs. II. Bossowith, Mry. 4 Jackson
Agnes Kirk. Chris. Kiix, M. Bons
Cape, Florcrce Cape, Mrs.' II. Ghyno
wyth, George Delaurent, J P. Claus
en, N. Hanna.
The opening of bids for tho Avorill
stock whjeh-will 'take place in Port
land next Monday is something that
will be watched with interest by local
people. It is known that there aro n
number of bids already on file for
the stock and it is a matter of spec
ulation as to how high the bidders
will go. Tho store sight is also' at?
tractive and it is not likely that it
will remain vacant when' the stock
has been taken out. Probably the storo
building will ba sought with 'tho
If you like thrilling Railroad pictures you want
to see this great Paramount feature
AcknowIcdRcd as the greatest Railroad drama ever pre
sented in Motion Pictures
, A BIG FEATURE THAT WILL HOLD YOU
FIVE WONDERFUL REELS
Inhibited at the
Thursday, October 7th '
JVmihoumI Picture r Hi m m worM
STORY TELLING AT LIBRARY
(An Invitation to' the Children)
On Thursday, Oct 7th, we ask tho
first grade children with their tiny
brothers and sisters to come to the
library for a half hour of ctoricsfrom
.1, o'clock to 3:30. From 3:30 until 4
there will be stories for tho second
and third grade children. Several
young ladies arc going to assist and
wo have a definite program of fairy
stories, hero stories, animal stories
and human interest stories to bo giv
en each Thursday during the school
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Famous Wrestler and
Physical Gnturi Wonder
tll appca at the Grand
1' caUr, Wcdiusdiy night
October tde Gth.
has an 'ved and be
seip in a gi :(..! farce
"The Pent.1 or Elaine" and
other p!ctu. will ri'iin I
rour.d out a most enter
Admission will be 13 its
Children o cts. I'on't for
get the date Wednes
day, October Mb.
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Busy Day For Judge
. The duties of Recorder Kausrud
were abandoned this afternoon for
the duties of Police Juatico Kausrud
and the police justice put in a busy
day. A group' of four were araigned
before him this morning two young
men from Mashfield, Osgood Shoup
and Sam Wilson and two easily in
fluenced girls, one from Coquillo and
thither from a near river port were
arrested in a local roaming house.
The girls were under nge and tho
young men were charged with con
tributing to tho delinquency of min
ors. They were fined $15 each and
requested to get outside the city lim
its. s the girls ware without funds,
part of the fine moroy wan used to
defray their passage home to which
they were recommended to proceed
'and to act "with more citcumsuspec
tion in the future. This party came
here from Marshfield in an automo
bile last night.
The justice's afternoon was spent
trying three or four cumoa of assault
which had been accumulating tluting
the past few days and also a lady suspect
have n crop it is a big one. Just at
present nil the neighbors of Mr. Shull
arc buying automobiles.
Mr. Shull and family havo been to
sec the San Francisco fair and aro
now making a short visit in Coos
county before returning to their
For tho Quarter Ending Sept 30th
Books Purchased 75
Books Donated 18
Books Worn Out, 4
Books Repaired, 79
New Readers Registered 72
Books and Magazines Circulated, 3144
Days Open For Issue of books . . 79
Average daily Circulation 39
Number of Visitors to Reading and
Referenco Rooms, 1714
Readers will be interested to know
that the following new and popular
books are on the Rent shelf:
The Flying U's Last Stand, B. N,
The Nurses's Story Adelo Bleneau
Still Jini. Honoro Wilkin
Heart of the Sunset( Rex Beach
Rev. Horsfall, vicnr of tho Eniseo
pal church announces that hereafter
services in that church will bo held
at 11:00, a. m. and 'J: JO, p. m.
Ladies will be interested in the
scientific exercises ns presented by
Jim Wilson at tho Grand next Wed
nesday, Oct C, showing how to im
provo the figure. Interesting and in
A dollar saved is a dollar ranicd
You can navo money by trading nt tho
SQUARE DEAL, op. Grand Theater,
whoro solid leather shooa aro sold and
Batlsfactlon guaranteed. Shoe repair
Himp in connection,
For Hrnt Ort. Uf Twenty nrrr
rnnrli, two nillo out Mont kind of
fruit on lliu jilnco, C, II, Cliundlr,
J'MHiidt oh HaM Hffoml tm,
mmle roll mid mimic, Owner run havi)
mm hy rulllng uml paying tor llil
.Ik. IJ. li, ffmfiji, Will Klunmlli Ave.
I'lir HrMllaaMmliril iU l,u,i.i lm.
J. A. Kronenberg came up from
San Francisco on a two weeks busi
ness trip and reports a fair voyage.
He has been in the south long enough
to absorb the heresy that the climate
of Sausalito is preferable to that of
Bandon but his friends here at pres
ent nro laboring diligently to show him
his error. Ho Jives two miles out of
Snusilito and has all kinds of fruit on
his ranch and says he is pretty nearly
completely satisfied with it
His son Jack 'has entered tho Uni
versity and tho latter's cousin, Miss
Ottilie Lewin is also living with the
Kronenberg's and attending the uni
I Seeds! Seeds! All Kinds of Seeds! I
Timothy, Alfalfa, Red Clover, Alsike,
Orchard Grass, White Clover,, Red i
Top, Bermuda Grass, Oats, Barley, Vetch f
CENTRAL FEED COMPANY
Heynood-Wakefield mattreuc are well made. The material it of excellent
quality carefully choien.
We know they are bo good that we guarantee them satitfactory.
A new mattresi if you are not aure you had VALDE.
Aik your dealer for a Heywood-Wakefield mattreti. Look for the name on
the label before you buy.
Others at $12 and $18
Heywood Brothers and Wakefield Company
PORTLAND, ORECON SEATTLE. WASHINGTON
Like thrilling railroad pictures?
See the big Paramount feature, "Rule
G" a wonderful motion picture in
stirring parts. At tho Griind next
Thursday, Oct 7th.
If a square deal is what you want.
try The SQUARE DEAL. Opp. the
Grand Theater, for Shoes, Hosiery-
and Gents furnishings. Shoo repair
sho pin connection.
Evangelistic Meetings, Baptist Church
The services conducted by Evan
gelist L. H. Stciphoff in the Baptist
church will close next Lord's day,
During this week service will bo held
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
evenings only. The interest and largo
attendance has kept tho evangelist
here longer than was anticipated nnd
tho church will be greatly strengthen
ed and a number added to its mem
bership. Tho meetings begin at 7:30
You will enjoy these meetings.
Try to come.
Ono of the visitors to Bandon dur
ing tho past week was J. T. Shull of
Hcaley, Kansas. Mr. Shull who is a
cousin of Jns. and Wm. Mast was ac
companied by his wlfo and with B. C.
Shull of Myrtle Point was camped
out upon tho bench for an outing of
a few days. They plan to go from
bore to North Bend to take in tho
Mr. Shull says tho farmers of Lane
and other western counties of Kansas
havo had plenty pf rain for tho past
icw years nnd have had fine wheat
crops Homo of them, ordinary farmers
havo netted twenty thouwind dollam
for a ulnglo yuurii crop, running
there Ik by the dry method nnd noino
lime they do not have crop In three
or four year, lie vuyii lie Iiuh plunliul
wlieitt a nuniUtr of times when It did
not foine up nt ull, WIiiki lie flrnt
went In Kuiimum I he pro'wet" were
upeclully ilUt'ouruiflni. Al who
uhj left I lie I'Aunlry und who
rpiimlnml e'v lli"e who w f not
able la uti llut III (he 'omr "
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