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About The Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1915-19?? | View This Issue
prompt 'Work saves
E m i Mr. Farmer Are You Pre
Timely krnil GT SJcjjc&t Dispatch
Plant. Fire Sta iltor
Gains llea&Bj &$kRj. Ecof Nearly
LZ I pared For Your Spring
There never was a sea
son when the demands of
style made footwear such
an important item.
J h WALK
You will find that the new
WALK-OVER Shoes now in
our store are correct to the
minute and challenge the criti
cism of the most exacting.
FOR MEN AND WOMEN, S4.SO TO $5.00
CLOTHING k SHOE COMPANY
In town from
allitur on hie
V '1 Point
. j'uc Way
' mi Height
'.Bdieott, of Co.
t the S. C. Emll
"i horns here,
ArtjVe Kriuo, of North Bond, was
onn ii the tunny liny people who come
ovor to ".ttond the funornl of J. !
EUJtor H. W. loung, of the Coquil
lo Sentinel, wai in Handon
week-end, spending most of tho time
on tho leach. While bore, Mr. Young
paid the Recorder olllco n plenstmt
Frank Fa'-y, cashier of tho Hunk
of HunJo-t, eturnod Saturday sven-
linon shower for
the home of Mrs,
in,' from Port'nnd, where hp attend-; day, June 3rd
Miss Nora Solve, at
W. E. Craine, Satin
The yellow and white
ed tho convention of tho State Hank- color scheme was tastefully carried
fi" Assccv't'on, which was hold thers 1 out 111 the decorations throughout the
during the Hose Festival.
looms and the daintily appointed table.
Those present wcroMesdames It. II.
W. I!. Cr.iln raturmd Knfmvlnv i Kosii, h. H. Kausrud, C. . I.owe,
evon'.m f-on I'll -!and a ad Wdla K- Fierce, C. It. Wade, C. II. Hurley, II.
te Valley points. Ae delegate from ' Morrison, O. A. Trowbridge, A. II.
the local loli:o, he attondod tho Grand I!oS!l nml Misses Knte Rosa and Maude
Lodge of Meeons, at Allxiny, and al. o Lowe.
took in part of tho Rose Festival.
Hardy T. Stewart, editor of tho T,,u annual Sunday school rally
1'ort Orford Tribune, wiis in Handon my was 1,0111 al uie
on business the latter part of tho weak
end paid the Recorder olllce a frater
The' LIS Club girls will gii a
strawberry and ice croam Carnival ih
tho. Ti mmons Hullding, Saturday,
Juno 17th from 7:M) to 10:80 p. m.
l'rico lfic per dish. Everybody wol-comc.
FOUND Child's Sweater, owner
tun hve Hnmo by describing proper
ty ami ptiying for this uotico Call at
Tailor Shi p ou Soco id Street, 0-13 tt
Miss Poarl Craino, daughter of Mi.
n 1 Mrs. W. K. C.-nino of this city, re
ried Saturday onirf from Ku-
where site t 11 been attending
v.'rcity of Oregon. Miss
1 spend the vacation witn
1 . returning to tho Uriver-Fall.
II. W. Donahue, I'. J. Smith anil L.
Reeves made up a fishing party lo
Lnkoport last week, hftving hero Wed'
over Iho! ,,oon ant' returning Friday
night. They roKirt fishing good .11
Floras Like and brought hack a good
string of trout.
II. M. SHAW, "m. I). UYK, KAR.
Nose and Tliroat Specialist, will bo at
Gsllior Hotel, Handon, Tuesday, June
27th. GIrssos Fitted. t5-i:!-U
lirnest Watkina, rocontly elected
'ee presido"t of the stuilcnt hotly at
tho University of Oregon, una one of
'he arrivals from Utigono, Friduy
I evening. Ht will jpend tho summer
pnreiiUs and other rolacivos
,1- 'AIRS AND REPAIRING
FILING A SI'l-CIALTY
1 for Hkrtlx ol ill lioJ nd
-ft MMer-odn, iltu Cobiit
4T1. V. O.
Mm. It. W. Hoylo arrived Inst w- ik
to attend the wedding of her s-jii,
Hverard Hoyle, and is stnying at tho
home of her mother, Mrs. R.
K. Huck. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyle form
erly resided in this city, going to Ari
lona about three yours ago.
Miss Louise ( iau-sen came down
. fror: her home near Riverton to at
j tenil the woddin of Miss Krma Craine
1 and Kvorard Hoyle, Monday evon'ng.
I Miss Clnussen returned from the Uni
versity of Oregon, whore styj has tier
' first year, the latter part of tho week
She will be guest at thW. l'l Craine
home until Wednesday.
One of the pretty affairs for tne
Nothing but the timely arrival o J-
the steamer Dispatch saved the Krusc J 5
Shingle mill, near Prosper, from des- 7
tmction Wetlnesday afternoon, when
.lire broke out in the boiler room ihort t2
ly after four o'clock. However, witn TJ
the aid of tno pumps and men on the '
j Dispatch, the' mill crew, under Supt. ' 3.J
oeo. tieisenucricr, soon liau the rinm
cs under control.- The east end of
the roof on the main building was
completely burned away and the rest
of the roof so badly burned that it will
have to be lebuilt. Outside of three
belts that were burned, the machinery
was little damaged and the mill rt
sumcd operations Thursday noon.
The fire was first discovered !y
Dick Crain, who was locking through
the mill. It was then only a
blaze near iho boiler, but by the time
li hfwl t-t titt1 t h 1 1 ir n n 11 rnntii 11 tr in t
the wall and spread the alarm the en
tiro tar roof covering was a blaze and
1.0 had to stp lively to escape from
the room. In less tnau five minutes 1
tjje roofs of the boilor room and the
main nuilili'ig were sheele ol name
and the work of fighting the fire v.a
made more difficult by the tar in the
loufing, which incl'cd and dripped.
Mr. Gcisendorfcr had his bands pain
fully burneJ by tho ti'.r.' When tho
fire bioke 01 1 the Dispatch wiu iast
leaving the Prosper dock and conse
quently had her fire lighting appara
tus ready wren she readied the mill.
The mil! is the property of C. McC.
Johnson, who was in San Francisco
s.t the time of tho fire. Iasuranct
covers t'10 entire loss, John Neilson
loing the locrl agent for the company
with whom the policy is carried.
Remember We Sell t .
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Bull Dog Gas Engines
See Us Before You Buy. Ch.r Prices Are Right
ALONG THK WATFIJ FKON'I
5: 15 a.
7:50 a. 111.
M. K. Church
South on Sunday morning. Mrs. M.
Knight and Miss Jessie Ikll, assisted
b .Mis. Ledgerwood's class arranged
littnutiftit decorations of flowers and
evergreens. A number of parents anil
friends of the children were present
nnd greatly enjoyed the excellent
1 enduring of the special musical ser
vice prepared by Mrs. II. M. 1 1 a mill
with Mrs. John Rumbles presiding at
"Tho King's Garden'"
Opening song-"Tho Children's Hosaua'
Prayor by Mrs. II. Tec Garden
(Closing with the Lord's Prayer;
Song "Children's Day"
(by the S. S. Scholars)
Announcement of Program.Supt. Krvin
Recitation "Hutterfly Flowei "
Recitation.. .."The Ftirget-mo-not"
Song "Flower Children"
(Missoa Lillian Hell, and Kdna Rundi)
Rucitation.. "How Hirds and Floweri
Pray" Johnny Rumbles
Recitation "The Father's Caru"
Cradle Roll Service. .Charlotte Rundi
Recitation "A Messing for the Dles3ed
Cradle Roll Lullaby Florer.co
Knight, Charlotte Rundi ai d Verna
Recitation. ."My Heart is God's Little
Garden" George Murray
Recitation. . . ."Everyl)dy's Busineis"
Recitation "Weeds and Deeds"
OlTVring Speech Miss Rundi
Helpers in the Garden. .Thelma Long,
Paul Rundi, Rlaie Long, Jack Glenn,
Ellen Murray, Robert Knight.
ReciUtion "No Children's Daj
Song.- "The Worbi Children",
June bmjes given this month, was tho (By the S. s. Scholars)
This week is letter writing
week. Got busy!
You, like tho rest of us, have
personal and businoso acquain
tances throughout Oregon and
adjoining states who would
visit this section durirg the
summer months were they pro
perly urged. Generally speak
ing, outside people know very
little about Coos and Curry
counties and where they would
look for exaggerated praise in
a descriptive booklot, they will
bo properly impressed by u per
sonal letter from you.
Spend your spare moments
this week in explaining to your
distant friends the reasons why
they should come here thU
Summor. Explain to them
that wp have through train ser
vice, that our ronds are open
to au'.o f-avol nnd that no sec
tion of the itnte offers more be
autiful or varriod scensry thnn
does Coos county. Toll them
of tho wonderful Handon beach
and if you feel that you cannot
do tho subject justice, enclo.so
a few good photographs in tho
For This Week i
LOCAL Genrally fair weatner
with normal temperatures.
CARD OF THANKS
Wo wish to thank the dear friends,
who so kindly took care of our dear
ore, and also tho beautiful expressions
of love in tho flowers.
Mrs. J. L. Kronenberg
Jack and George
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Tho Petition of the Port of Handon,
regarding the regulating of the Speed
of River Steamers, on the Coqtiille
River, will bo taken up at a Special
Maetintr of The Board, to U held at
the City Hall in Coquille, on t V. 17th
dy of June, 191C, at 10 o'clocl. X. M.
All parties interested aie requested
to bo present.
By OrdeV, " "
PORT OF BANDON
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Oregon's old tfliahk outing resort
Numerous attractions make this beach city
an Ideal place for an outing
Devils Punch Bowl
Government Light House
Low Round Trip Fares
are on sale daily to Newport from all Southern
Pacific stations in Oregon. Return limit Oct. 31.
For complete information remlin Imtrli at Neuoit, r.ites, luin
service, rmiMilt our .ignit or write for copy of illiiNtrateil folder "New
port lle.iclic "
JOHN M. SCOTT, GcNCrtAL Parsenoch Agcnt
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES
fflffl CAKE FLOI
Mnnufacfured expressly for use in cake baking.
Recommended by best cooks and domestic science
not:'a self-rising flour
FOR SAUC nv
Buy Your Season
Now and Buy
Them With a Smile
Attorituys Goo. P. Topping and G.
T. Treadgold wore in Coquille Monday
ovening, whore they sat as memheis
of a special court'to hear tho evidence
O.i a petition whin asks tho ntw&l 4 , uys there w .i- a great plenty
of an application to the bar, tho Hoe City lust we.cliu
Mrs. Strowbridgo, who spent
Rose Festival week in Portland vh '
ir.jf with frionds, roturnetl to H.unl'
1 Saturday evening, bringing with I.
s-. irinful of loaut'ful rosos of vlu