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- , BANDON BREVITIES
"0 yfs G
f Clay Garouttc was one of the ar
X rivals on the Elizabeth.
" . Mrs. W. J. Fry in seriously ill at her
,r home in East Bandon.
The special services which had been
held for three weeks past in the. Bap
tist church closed last Sunday night.
John Gerbcr went over with Chas.
Burrows to attend the doinga at North
, Bend Saturday. .
Mr. and Airs. J. T. Sullivan return
ed today from a six weeks visit to
,' the fair and San Francisco.-
Chas. F. Papc has been absent sev
elial days in the Gold Beach country
in. the interest of the Spcrry Flour Co.
Mrs. F. H. Fnsfcnder is back from
a five week's visit at Portland where
she had a most, enjoyable time.
Mrs. J. A. Kennedy has spent the ,
nasi several days in Mnrshfleld and
Charlie Chaplin will he athe Grand
next Saturday, Oct. lGth, in "The
Rounders" some comedy.
The gasoline schooler Ahwaneda
came in to the river this afternoon and
discharged a part of her cargo. Sho is
bound up the river.
C. E. Klopfor and family expect to
stnrt soon for their former homo in
Nebraska wher Mr. 'Klcpfcr is prom
ised work for the winter. Their many
friends aro sorry to see them go but
hope to have them return in the spring
Judge 15. I). Spcrry a practicing at-
torney of Coquille, and well known
throughout the county is reported to
be confined to his homo with a ntlack
of paralysis, mid in a serious condi
tion, and his recovery Is progressing
Chicken Supper, Saturday Evening
One of those old fashioned church
chicken dinners, the kind where you
get a dollar's worth for ilo cts, will
bo given by the Ladles' Pros' ytoriar.
Aid in the Odd Follo.v'c Hall next
Saturday evening, from 5 o'clock to
7:80. All nro cordiahy invited to at
tend. Tickets 05 cts.
Ilicyclc Repairs Saw Filing
ami Repairing A Specialty
P. O. Box 174
S. D. Barrows
Wilt tale ordfn for llicj-cles of all Linili
ami 1'opr MiitoriC)cle alio C0I1.111 Row
, A man who
, owns a
when Old Prob
jk O Protector I (at, 75 ecnti
A. J. TOWER CO.
Another Great Paramount Feature!
The B o s w o r
in live parti
A powerful Story of the Oil Fields, full of dra
matic action with a vein of Comedy running through
out the picture.
Magnidcient Scene Showing the Burning of an
Immense Oil Field
A Wonderful Piclure
NOTI5: Owing to transportation ililKrulties ,,Su,i
bhinr Molly" will Ik shown at the
Grand, Next Wednesday Night, Oct. 13
Dmi I forget the ifofc!
Look f.y llw iH'M j'arjmiouttf J'ntffw.' hi'H
Ray Capps and wife of Denmark ar
rived on the Elizabeth. ' , .
. J. E. Norton of Coquille was a vis
itor in Bandon today.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Laird will live in
J. L. Kronenberg's house.
Mrs. Edna Mills-Strauhal has been
appointed by the. County Coit, as ad
ministratix of the estate of the late
A. D. Mills.
The big tides of late had pushed the
piling out of line near the Broiler
dock and the floating pile driver iiau
been brought up to drive a few more
sticks as braces-.
Rev. J. T.
Abbott, district super
the M. E. church will
preach in the local M. E. church Sun
day evening. Rev. Ablfett's home is
r.t Engloss, Oregon.
Otto Sabrb is taking a vacation and
r.pcnding it in the other cities of the
rountv. 'Last Wednesday lie went to
. . .. it r i. ii.
Myrtle roint ami irom mere o uic
.cities on t-oos nay.
h i anson, the last remnant of
Lai v t's palmy boosters now of
Lai; ,li i was a Bandon visitor yester
day. .o still believes there is great
futuro for that deserted village,. Mr.
Swanson has been appointed adminis
trator of the R. B. Noff estate, by the
Curry County Court.
T. W. Chatburn, an elder In the Lat
ter Day Saint's church nnd father of
F. J.Chatburn of this city died at his
homo in Independence, Mo. Octolor
2nd. His death was duo to heart troub
le and Mr. Chatburn was seventy four
years of age. Mr. Chatburn who was
a civil war veteran was a recent vis-
'jtor to this city and had not been re-1
turned to his Missouri homo long when
Mrs. Bertha Stilhvell is reported to
have disposed of her Four Mile ranch
of 120 acres to George Morgan, one of
her near neighbors. A picco of Bau
dot! property was turned in by Mr.
Morgan on the deal, and Mrs.-Stillwoll
will jnovc to Bandon to live. With
the ranch goes quite a tract of rich
l ottom on Four Mile Creek. The to
tal consideration for the land has not
been made public.
"Sunshine Molly" n Paramount
feature story in pictures of the Cali
fornia oil fields will lie shown at the
Oraml Thcntcr this week on Wednes
day night, Oct. 13, instead of Thurs
diy night. This is necessary, owing
to tho fact that the last Paramount
feature was accidentally dumped ov
erboard in transit and had to be re
lumed' to the exciinngc without be
i tg exhibited in Coos county.
F. IJ. Fasbender is enjoying a va
cation from duty at the Bniulon mar
ket and his plnco is being taken by
E. J. Lowry.
SPRUCE VALLEY SPRIGS
Miss Vina Bright and little daugh
ter have returned to their home at
'ayel Ford after visiting frioiuld and
.datives in tho valley. Mr:?. Georgie
Ness returned with her to spend a
week on tho ranch.
Mrs. Robert. Cuthbeitsori is sick
with the grip.
Rawlcigh Lewis end family are vis
iting at Boono Lee's ' 1
Grip' is the latest in these parts:.
If a .square deal is what you want,
try Tho SQUARE DEAL. Opp. the
Grand Theater, for Shoes, Hosiery
and Gents furnishings. Shoo repair
-ho pin connection.
1 h Company
of Oil Gushers
Going And Coming
The following is the passenger list
on the Elizabeth which arrived today:
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sullivan and child,
Mrs. W. McCohan, Mrs. L. II. Ha
zard, Miss Nora Nygren, Mrs. Joe Mil
Icr, Mrs. I. A. Lux, Mr. and Mrs. W.
R. Capps, C. D. Garoiitte, W. McCol
ran, Miss F. Fahy, Mrs. C. R. Smith,
'Mrs. O. Leverson, P. J. Cordan, Fred.
V. Miller, Frank Wyant, E. Pomeroy,
E. T Wolverton.
Following is the Brooklyn's list: J.
M. Limpacli, Win Limpach, R. D. Ta
ker, Mrs. Esther Calibrook, II. I".
Clausen, Mrs. Claua.cn, Mrs. M.
Churchill, Joseph Kuja, N. D. Turn
bull, Mr. and Mrs. Lea Gaff, J. R.
Rhodes, A. J. Quail, D. II. Hoods, N.
Tho following is the passenger list
on the Elizabeth which left last week
Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Hite,
V. Freund, Mrs. May C. Harvey, J. E.
Quick, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Monssll,
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hulverstat, Lcona
The following went out on the
Brooklyn the same day: Mrs. J. 0.
Stuhlnian, J. W. Springer, Clint
Crouch, Alex Turner.
Among tho arrivals by the Elizabeth
today was E. T. Wolverton, Jr. of De
troit Mich, who In the course of a tour
of the west stopped o(T for a visit
with his parents in Bandon. He lias al
ready seen tho exposition nnd will
stay here until Thanksgiving when he
will go to San 'Diego to take in Hie
exposition thero nnd will go by way of
the Grand Canyon to Colorado and
from there to Detroit. Mr. Wolverton,
Jr. is in the employ of the Cadillac
Co. and expects his outing to last four
Tho Y. C. T., U. will meet at the
home of ftfrs. Ellen Ogden, Tuesdays
October 19th at 2:110, p. m. An imag
inary tea will be one of the events of.
the afternoon. Dream out your cakes
and bring value in money to the Union
Remember the "Diamond from the
Sky" .offers you the opportunity to
win a prize of $10,000 if you can
guess the correct solution to the story
now being shown at the Grand overy
Tuesday night. A groat picturo,
worth seeing. k
Tho children's story hour on Thurs
day nftcr noon are proving nttract
ivc to tiic children and last week there
wore over a hundred to listen to the
tales. The stories ' are suitable for
children up to in including the. 5th
grade but thero Is no limit to the age
of the children and ull who wish to
hear may conic.
A boy stranger applied for admision
at the homo of Mr.-and Mrs. Ray Wat
kins last Friday night. He was re
gularly admitted, .room was made for
him at tho family hearthstone nnd a
place prepared at the family table.
Mother and son nre getting along nice
ly. R. D. Jcssco who loft Bandon some
three years ago or more nnd took with
him his wife's horse, and for whom a
wnrratit w.-is" Kivnrn out .bv tho wife
has been recently located near Vale;
Oregon. Tho wife however has not j
pressed the case, and the same has
been dismissed among other old cases,
and Jcssco will not be brought back.
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Taken as tho lntost typo of whnt it
stands for- what ,:t embodies win
ib makes possibly- and what it nct'i-
ally perfornn Tho Victon-v'ictroia
is tlie most .vondorail, tho most enjoy
ablo and the most useful musical in
strument of which tli a world has ever
had any knowledge.
With the improved sound amplify
ing surfaces nnJ all moving parts com
pletely concealed in an artistic cabinet
it appeals to music lovcri who have
heretofore denij.l themselves the jlo
nsuro of ha"in; it utor, simply be
cause of their fancied objection to tho
prominence of tiio : r..
No, tho Vit'tir Victrolft. touo can't
ho equaled! Even though tho eye
could take in every -It-tail of construc
tion, there is still that same indescrib
ablo "something" which makes the
Strndivarius supremo among violinc
and gives to tho Victor- Victrnla that
wonderfully sweet, cloar and mellow
! tono which h is established this instru
ment as pre-ennnert In tono quality.
Call nt' Sabro Bros, and bo convinc
ed. Telephone 751.
For Kent: I'lirulhlii'd House, four
rooms and lmtli, hot and cold water,
clojto in; Includes garden iqmco mid
inn II barn for hnrso or cow, Will tout
for long timo for $12 per month which
Inrliidort wiiti-r rent, AddrcM P, O,
Box 125 at
For lUM Ort. Uf 'IV nit y nrrc
itinrli, two Dillon nut. (tout kind of
fruit on Iho ht. C, 11. Cliiiiiillrr
'min.i mi r,it Hi t "Mil olrci l,
nuifir roll uihI inutfr. Owner run Iwvo
mmiid Uy cuIIIiik mimI wylnu or liU
miv. V. It tfiiillh, m Kiuimijli Am
J'uf i ilu-M'Nlril II imimi liMlW
wbw tu tlwtiiWy imtim hfly in f.
AGED COUPLE KEEP
Arch Deacon And Mrs. Horsfall Celebrate
Fifth Anniversary At Marshfield
Arch Deacon and Mrs. William
Horsfall of Bandon came to the city
yesterday to celebrate their Golden
Wedding with their son, Dr. William
Horsfall Jr., and family. Last even
ing many of the friends of tho couplo
called upon them to offer congratula
tions. They left for their homo this
Arcn ueacon uorsiaii is a
in the Episcopal chUrch on tlje coast
and is widely known throughout Ore
gon. He is held in high regard by
the Episcopalians of the state and on
a number of occasions tho clergy have
paid him high tributes Both he and
Mrs. Horsfall have many friends. In
the southern Oregon coast country.
A pleasing feature of tho anniversa
ry is the fnct that both tho arcli dca-f
to have been married for fifty years,
both enjoy good health and are won
derfully well preserved persons and
hope to enjoy many more years of
The venerable clergyman is a man
of kindly and gentle nature nnd which
together with the may good offices ho
has performed for his following has
endeared him to the people with whom
he has come in contact.
Arch Deacon Horsfall this morning
related some of his early experiences.
He said that on October G, 1805, he
was married to Miss Sarah Howard
in iincasnirc, tmgund. it was in
1870 that they moved to America and
at the Theological Seminary in Knn
sas City he took his theological work.
Following his graduation Archdea
con Horsfall had charge of Epis
copal churches at the start he said
assistant minister and .Inter a rector
Later they moved to Miles, Montana
where he was missionary for the Vol
lowstono District and rector of tho
Emmanuel Church at Miles.
It was in 18S8 that the Horsfall
family moved to Oregon. Mr. Hors
fall was then in poor health when he
became missionary for the coast dis
trict from Lane county to tho Cjivry
county lino on the south. His head
quarters were in Marshfield for. 2l2
years and it was fiyo years ago that
Mr., and Mrs. Horsfall moved down to
Via horseback, wagon stages and
boat Mr. Horsfall covered his territory
The trip to Florence then took two
days cacli way. Thero were no Epis
copal churches n ttho start ho said,
nnd the services wero hold in school
houses and of times in the homes.
Thero wore hut 20 communicants in
the entire territory in 1888. Tho first
services in Marsh field wore held in
the Lockhart building and at Empire
in tho court house.
The first Episcopal church of the
district was built nt alarsuiicld m
isst, said Mr. Horsfall this morning
. . .
A year later one was erected at fc.m-
pire, at rort Orford in WJi, at IJnn
dou in 1805, at Coquille in 1807 and
at Gardiner in 1907.
TJirough all tliono years Archdea
con Horsfall labored well and'lo'day1
views his handiwork with prido for
the church membership has well' hit
creased since ho canio' hero 30 years
In 1010 tho district was divided and
Rectory Robert E. Brovyning was givon
Marshlicld and tho toiittory to tho
Siuslaw nnd Archdeacon Horsfall, thd
Coquille (illey and territory south
to the Windchuck Rivty on tho Cali
Life in southwest Oregon, ho said,
has been a happy one for both him
self and Mrs. Horsfall. Ho canio hero
pretty much nn invalid and in tho 30
years of residence, leading, much of
an outdoor life, ho has become rug
ged and healthy until today he said
hu feels like a young man nnd good
yet for many years of work Coos
Entertains nt Afternoon Party
A pleasant party was that given
this afternoon by Mrs. G. T. Trcadgold
to a company of invited guests. Five
hundred was tho amusement of fjio
afternoon iind thero wero indies pres
ent to fill eight tahlus. First prize, a
cut glass bun bon diah was won by
Mix Nora Solve.
DellrlouM rcfrcnlimcnts wore nerved
ami tho liontotiH was assisted hi nerv
ing by Mr. Allwrt OiilllvM, Mm, Geo,
Mfuw and Mrs. Hurry Walker, Tim
ilucnrntloiiH rousUtfd of pink mid
whlto dahlia net off by liraiuti iff Dm
All rupnit u iuot dullulitful Hum.
S i'lihllt- lirrrpfiun
will lm h)wu i'" i. I' '' ' ut
tlm M, 11 0liuii-h fimiih in ll uuMi
Featuring Lois Weber and Phillips
Smalley, is a- powcrfV story of the oil
fields, full of dramatic action with a
vun of co:''? running throughout
a nd staged w i a close attention to
dtnil and naturalness that characer
1703 all Bos'fVth production. Some
remarkable scenes are of
"Gushers" and n magnificent fire
scene shows the burning of the im
monso oil field. It Was found neces
sary to purchase property at consider-1
able expense m'order to get the won
derful effects. The settings of the
different interiors from the dining
room and kitchen of the workmen in
Oilfield to the magnificent O'Brien
pioneer ! mansion in town' nro a" absolutely I
n nn,icf'truc to c cveiT way and realistic1
in the extreme.
The photography is
exceptional nnd many new and novel
ideas nre made Use of to good effect.
See this story at the Grand Theater
Wednesday, October 13th.
! Do You Need?
a new lens in your eye glasses?
or worn out? See us, our ,
is complete. , .,
Has your alarm clock the name "Big Ben" on the dial?
The next alarm you. purchase, insist on a "Big Ben" and
be satisfied. Price .$2.50 each. Other alarms at $1.00 each.
Cut Glass Dept.
Only the newest nnd most up-to-date designs in cut glass
arc to be found.
We furnish the popular "Athena" in nny.piece.you desire
See our line of solid gold and filled brooches, Also a fine'
line of pendants and lavnlliers.
Watch Repairing Dept.
We are prepared to repair any make or grade of watch
you show us. Full stock of material always on hand.
I We carry' no, accounts.
the dealer mho
- Hcywood-W akef iold Mattress
While hit profit on guaranteed Heywood-Wakeficld mattrett It sot to large
as on ionic mattresses, he knowa YOU get better mattren value.
Heywood-Wakefield mattresset are guaranteed to give you tatWactibo. A
new mattreu if, in your mind, you did not get VALUE.
Others nt $12 and $18
Heywood Brothers and Wakefield Company
PORTLAND. OREGON1 SBATTLB. WASHINGTON
FOR SALE BY
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Bandon Furniture Company
lAAatit A .tL all aiL J. ata iT i afc iti Ti J
New Name New Location!
The undersigned have bought
the Grocery Stock and Business
of the firm of Pollock & Pollock
and will move same to the, rooms
formerly occupied by the Red
Grain Drug Store. Will be open
lor business on the new stand
O C TOBER 15th.
up. soon us possible thereafter we
will close out our line of Gmnitti
Ware, Chin Ware, GUm Ware;
etc, remaining Mrictly in the
Will be plciificil to meet old
uml new friends in our new
Model Grocery Company
- ? NOTICE
To the Members of the W. R. C
Mrs. Hilda Slater, department In
spector W. R. C. finds it impossible
to visit Coos county and has ap
pointed tho following deputy inspect
ors: Laura Brandon, president of Co
quille No. 48, will go to Col. Jewel, No
ao of Myrtle Point.
Mrs. Sampson, Coquille, No. 48,
will come to Bandon, No. 40, 3rd Fri
day, Oct, 15th at 2, o'clock.
Lclia Fish, Secretary, Bandon No.
40 will proceed to inspect Coquille,
No. 48, the -third Tuesday, OcU 10th.
All members of Bandon No. 40 aro
requested to be on timo without fur-
' thpr notice.
- Department Press Correspondent
. M. J. Z.
' C; R. Barrow, J. A. Collier and W
.1. Longston of Coquille, were all in
Bandon yesterday attending to busi
Is your mounting broken
tells you'to buy a
Phone 544 Jf