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About The Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1915-19?? | View This Issue
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At Nine O'clock
THE BIG SALE IS ON
The Golden Rule has purchased the Averill stock and fixtures for 53 cents on a dollar. This stock has been
marked down to prices that will sell it in a hurry.
The Golden Rule stock is being moved into the Johnson building which will be our new home. Those who
remember our sale of the Bandon Dry Goods Company stock last spring have some idea of what this sale means
to the people of Bandon ane of the Coquille valley.
We can quote just a few prices at this time.
All 5c School Tablets Sale Price 2 for 5c
All 10c School Tablets, Sale Price 5c
65c Infants' Sweaters, Sale Price 3Sc
$1.25 Boys' and Girls' Sweaters, Sale Price 75c
$3.50 Men's and Women's Sweaters, $2.25
$6.00 Men's and Women's Sweaters, , ..$3.75
$1.25 Blankets Sale Price 78c
$3.00 Blankets, Sale Price $1.95
$4.00 Blankets, Sale Price $2.75
25c Size Girls' Bloomers, Sale Price ISc
50c size Girls' Bloomers, Sale Price 35c
75c Ladies' Union Suits, Sale Price 50c
$1.25 Ladies' Union Suits, Sale Price 75c
All 15c Hose, Women's and Children's, 10c
All 25c Hose, Women's and Children's, 18c
25c Boys' Book, (Xmas is Coming) Sale Price 18c
50c Books, Sale Price 30c
75c to $1.25 Books, Sale Price 35c
$1.00 American Lady Corsets, Sale Price 65c
$1.50 American Lady Corsets Sale Price 95c
$2.00 American Lady Corsets Sale Price $1.25
$3.50 American Lady Corsets, Sale Price $1.65
$2.50 Ladies' Hats, Sale Price 95c
$5.50 Ladies' Hals, Sale Price $1.25
$6.00 Ladies' Hals, Sale Price $1.95
$8.00 Ladies' Hats, Sale Price $2.85
$2.00 Child's Hals 75c
$2.50 Child's Hals 85c
All of the Averill stock cut in a similar way. Don't miss this sale!
THE GOLDEN RULE
Mrs. Eva Crockett now has her son
Donald B. with her.
C. P. Pnpe was a visitor in Mar.sh
W. Elwood u rancher above Co
quille was a visitor in Handon the lat
ter part of last week.
Messrs. Garfield and Manciet re
turned Saturday fron a successful
P. F. Eddy was up from his home
stead in the upper Floras creek coun
W. C. Iiird, deputy sheriff was in
Bandon yesterday and today on mat
ters pertaining to his ofilcc.
Mr. Stevens who ran tho Donney
restaurant is back from a vihir at
Tho Art Club met with MoMlames
Ed. and Steve Gallier last Thursday
J. N. Wright of Denver was the
successful bidder for the school bonds.
114,000 at five and a half per cent.
C. C. Gaylord, graduate of J he O. A.
C. has accepted a position in Lowe's
There was a largo attendance at
the dance given Saturday evening at
Miss Reynolds, sister of Mrs. It.
Morrison expects to start soon for her
old home near Lincoln, Neb.
How would you like to win $10,000?
"The Diamond from the sky" gives
you the opportunity to win the fort
une with a little effort on your port,
Why not try for it?
Tho Odd Fellows and Kobekalu join
ed forces for a social time last Satur
day evening being in the nature of a
Halloween party. All of tho guests
appeared in masks and draped in
sheets, giving the lodge room for the
lime being, a most spooky uppeararfco
Later the masks were discarded and
Tames introduced, which with r
freshments lasted until midnight when
the party broke up.
If a square deal is what you want,
try Tho SQUARE DEAL. Opp. the
Grand Theater, for Shoes, Hosiery
and Gents furnishings. Shoe repair
sho pin connection.
Big Paramount Special
The famous International Star in
A powerful dramatic story ol love and
A REAL FEATURE
Wr alto urriil .1 cr hiIcoiiuh Mm
"Fighting The Great White Plague"
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julicim luttriiiij; from llu. .Iiradrd nuUU '. Ilaulr.it l.,i..i Mlll
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Thuroday, November 4
W. C. Sellmer has frenheneii up his
Main street buildings with a coat of
...Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Keilh'.ey have
gone to Merlin in Josephine Co. where
foimer will spend the white" prospect
ing for gold in a placer mine on Pick
et creek. He has a friend who is wash
ing out gold on tint creek and plans
to int. forces with l.'m.
"Fighting the Great White Plague"
is a special film to be shown nt the
Grand next Thursday. A lecturer will
deliver a brief talk on this topic.
Geo. W. Dafoo of Detroit Michigan
who spent some time in Bandon and
vicinity last year is expected to return
to Handon in the next few days, and
may decide to locate permanently in
Tho next get together banquet of
the Coos county business men's asso
ciation wil bo held in this city Tues
day evening, Nov. 10. The Presby
terian Ladies' Aid will prepare tho
S. 0. S. ordinarily means danger,
uccor our ship, but in Handon it
means Sons of the Skull who have is
sued invitations to a dance to bo held
at Rank Hall on November Ilrd, nnd so
far as can be learned is an organiza
tion of young, unmaried men, around
town. Hence the appropriateness of
tho signal, S. O. S.
A. S. Elliott contemplates a business
trip to Portland in the next few days.
Mrs. Elliott plans at the beginning of
the second semester of the school ve.ir
to visit with her relatives in Spokane
and .villain ,r several months and
will take witli her the two children,
and Master Charles will attend school
in that city during the visit.
The name "Josso I.iskv" means
Paramount pictures of tho hlirhest
merit. Next Thursday wo present the
groat international star "Rita Jolnct"
in "Tho Unafraid" a ha atorv with
a big punch.
il. M. SllilW. .M. I).. I'nr N'tikf
and Throat .Specialist, will Iki nt the
Ilotol (Julllor. Handon, Wedmwday,
Nov. Urd, JtUft "Glasso Kitted"
A dollar Mtvtld iu a dollar uriuid.
! You win wivm iiwnwy by trailing wt the
iKtfUAHH DEAL, op. Grand tluwtto.
whr wild lMtlur ahot ri wild iiim)
Miufutrtlon vuunihUixl, Hhou iwir
UiilM lo Hold Ifijiniiiuiu' H..
Tlw ImiIIm ut H( Jahn'g wi'l
n IU(WMMI) Kftfe m Uif Ni l ml
Look for the Keystone Comedies
every Tuesday and Saturday night.
They make the whole world grin. At
the Grand, of course.
FIR MOUNT FACTS
Miss Henry, Hnndon's librarian was
visiting the Study Club. The mem
hers were all pleased to see her and
hope to seo her many times in the .fu
ture. Sho expressed herself as pleased
by the studies taken up by the Ladies
of Fir Mount.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones were visiting
Mrs. Tom. Ruckle. Mr. Jones got lost
while picking huckleberries on the
glade, and a search party went to
hunt him up. Hut ho had been found
by Mr. Pesterfielse and directed home
Mrs. Hill and children are visiting
Mrs. T. Huckle.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, IN AND FOR
Til E COUNTY OF COOS.
William Sorensen, Plaintiff, v Pearl
Sum in mis
To Pearl Sorenscn, the above named
In the name of tho state of Oregon,
You are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against
you in the above entitled suit within
six weeks from the date of the first
completes the family circle
Every one is on hand in I lie
evening to enjoy the music of
This wonderful Instrument
makes home attractive for the
children nnd livens up the
No home iirrd c without a
Vlctor-Vkirola-tlHre'i one at a
prire to suit orry parte, f 15 !
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trior Virifili, ami f,( ut rplaiu
our caiy'piiyiiiciil plan,
Virlur V'klfol Agrim
Hm hi O'f
publication of this summons, to-wit:
within six weeks from the 2nd day of
November, 1915, and if you fail to ap
pear and answer on or before the 14th
day of December, 1915, that date be
ing the last day of the time prescrib
ed in the order of publication, the
plaintiff will apply to the court for the
relief asked for in the plaintitF's com
plaint, filed in this cause, a succinct
statement of which is: a decree of ab
solute divorce, and an order giving
the care and custody of the two minor
children, to tho plaintiff, nnd for nn
order excluding from the plnintitr'3
property, any and all interest, dower
or other claim of the defendant, nn 1
forever barring the same, and for such
other relief as tho Court deem proper
to grant. This summons is published
by order of Hon. J. S. Coke, Circuit
Judge of tho above entitled Court, and
the order was dated and was mndo
the 129th day of October, 1915.
C. R. WADE
7t 11-2 l'J-l i Plaintiff's Attorney
IN THE JUSTICE COURT FOR LOSTINE DISTRICT,
WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON
C. M. GOODMAN,
J. IRA SIDWELL
Comes now the above named Plaintiff and for cause of
action against the above named Defendant complains and
That on or about the 15th day of November, 191.1, whilo
acting in the capacity of Purser for tho Coipiillu Naviga
tion Co. the above named Plaintiff while on his way home
from work, stopped at the Defendant's place of business,
commonly known an "Sid's" and purchased one pair of
gent's shoes, a true copy of tho sole bein(r attached hereto
and forming a part of this complaint.
That Plaintiff hns found it impossible to call on tin)
above named defendant since having left Handon, Coos
County, Oregon, and upon thorough investigation finds
that the above mentioned shoes purchased fiom tho Dofend
havc been discarded for some time but have by no nieJiu
That Plaintiff has Buffered murder in tho 'worst de
gree by trying to wear other iiiuI.oh and lants of ilioos, and
that tho Defendant has made no effort whatever to supply
Plaintiff witli tlio piopor cut of Florali'dm ahooa wlu-h
id in his power to do.
That Plaintiff has made dilligent Binnh at diil'inen'
atoio for the donhcd miiko and cut of ihoo but him becit
unable In beiiuro the unme, nnd tlmiofore aska that the
in ovo named Defendant mu nil means available to witlnf;
the wanU of the Plaint Iff.
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