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gemi-Weekly Bandon Recdrdef, December 23, 1913
OF OUR ElttM
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Swifts Premium Bacdrhakd LardVX"'
' S. & W. Canned Goods
Shillings Bqst'Coffee, Baking, Powder
and Extracts '
CITY GROCERY CO,
"HOUSE OF QUALITY"
Rates $1.00 to $2.00. per day.
Special rates by weejvmoih ...
Sample "room in qirinnectioift .u
Bandon ::: ::: -vo .Ofegan
We want you
For our customer not just today-, ''but 'torrioV-
row ana ror an
and prompt delivery
is what you want
we have; Mu
Succenor to A.
Til 10 lI.AkNlDSS Mi&N
A new supply ipf suit
cases, trunks, . slippping '
bags, robes,- etc., etc.
V4 ' ' Aw(
" iw.MMi f;f; tfimi.iiiift uwm
Use electricappliances for the iioifst'liold '
work and you will have Ume for' other .
things. Let us demonstrate theu to you..
BANDON POW.ER COMPANY
UquippcU wiili Wireless' 1 ; ...
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ALWAYS ON T.lME-f.,. u. ..
om Portland Every Tuesday at' 8 P. M.
From Coos Bay Every Saturday, .fct Ser
vice of yae Tidej .
Confirm Sailine.l Through M. F. SIldEV VCER.J Ane'rit Hrloi' " .
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.FIND RING Lt)ST19 YEARS.
Weddino Emblem Discovered by
Daughter Buried In Ground.
New prleifnk Nineteen years ago
JIw. L. k.A'.. Uanl shook' ncr wedding
ring olT.licr linger while cleaning tea i
'leaves out tf a teapot pn the rear j
gold, which her husband had Blnced
"on her linger live years ueiorc, ten
out In the, Brass, and search hy n dozen
neighbors, and by Mr. and Mrs. dial
for hours hilled to reveal a trace or It.
A few afternoons. :igo It wns'.foimd.
nt the vtyy spirt Jostfby n daughter.
Miss Viola, who was but three weeks
old .whcn the rlns; disappeared In the
f t's now treasured beyond anything
In IhoVbrhl," said Mr Gaa). wllh tho
happiness of a chljd1 oVer a- new toy.
"The rlhg Is Just- as pretty nifd shiny
as It dVer was. Its long slinnber In
the ground has not hurt It a bit.
"My. daughter was digging , nrll
ehokesi''when ,sht turned up the 'ring
with a' sHUrul of dfrt. Sim brought
"It to nle.' limit I was a liroud mini to
sllp'-It on to the third linger of my
wlfo'sleft hand for the second time.''
BUT IN BED 55 YEARS
Mile. Lotkiux's Refusal to Le,ave Her
l j doli'cli Is Unexplained!
I'iiVljii Mile. I.eciiux,' who has f'on
st'vendv-llve years been lljing fn the
onvlnujH .of Paris and in, perfectly
good lfc!llMt. has'' remained ilhe'd ' tor
llfty-llo ylnrs. Xhn .rdnson ,1s un
known; Seine say..li.ls ihypuchorijila.
otherSj assign Jove aJ)'i)lrs,.as the cause;
but, hij that as it may,!, In 18.7S site
A calir invostlgntiiigtho'ense was
shown into a white room containing a
lied Ut a u'Oiiden fltAvo4''1ciltisetIl'hy
white curtains like a sepulbher.'.
The1 fami))- .objected fU' theMislt.
saying Unit she was'in bad humor, and
h ."niithoritalivo voice, strong and
healthy, gave evidence of the fact
She then ordered dinner radishes,
mutton ami black coffee.
Several doctors who have visited her
rcpoi't 'tlmt her digestion Is admirable.
Her ijmbs are only slightly feeblo
fromUisuse. . '...
STOLEN AS A BOY-
After: 14 Years Youtlr Rolurns
. j to Mother's Aunt.
Senltle, Wash. John, .Tames Hurley,
who was klduaVed fouVriy'h Jyears' ago;
speeiled back to his mother, sisters and
hrotlrVs at I'unxsutawney, La., his
lde.ntIfWitloli having bee.n. fully estab
llshetl by the Seattle police mid those
of hlsjold home town. ' -
Johli .lames; as lie' was known until
.1 few days ago, was stolen from his
mother at. Puiixsiltawiiey when he was
slt years old,. Ho always has believed
tlnrtriWkldynper A'as Ills fatlier. lie
Unof5 the niiin as Hurley. Th6 mother
In r6uuvlvanla has,Wpt.up a search
foti tho boy. and John James, reinom
bbrliig coal mines and Pennsylvania
Mini a town tho Mo of which was so
odd he could never bring It from his
' cldl(hond menifiries. also 1ms striven
to csnbllsh his Identity. Since having
been, cast oiT tlve.year ago by the
!man who stole him lie has been busy
seullng letters to the police of various
towns In Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Kmma Kloetke. who had
,Ihi nllng house In a Washington luiu
ber camp where John Jiunes worked,
heard his story ud. Having lived In
western Pennsylvania, she aiKlscd him
to write to Pubxsutawney.' lie did so
two weiil's ngq and an answer caftie
'from Chief of Poflce Palmer and one
from the .mother. Through the ex
change oV letters John James' Ideiktity
has .been fully established
John James things that the first
town to which he was takej.i after he
was stolen' was Chicago. 111 kidnap
er, who won a n'ill miner, then -took
hfni.to Melt. Mont letter they wuntto'
' lelena. Mont., and back again to
.Crescent, I 'a., where the Uty was
placed In. school
CHILD HAD NO BRAIN.
Lived to Age of Fjur Years Without
llerlln. A Ci;rmau mejllcal Jourjial
reports the curious case of a child
born without a brain which In spite
of this 'handicap lived to' the age of
almost four yyars At the autopsy It
was found that both the cerebrum and
'cerebellum, the .so. called "big" and
."Utile" brain were completely lacking,
only the inedulln .(liloutfatn .being priyt
cut. This little hunt of brain tissue at
the hie' of thi main brain, which In
ttihos forms the nMev bniln, was able
hen1 to control tl.ie functions of the
necessary -to ir lia'ro exlsteiK'6. but
' Hie 'child lay 1n' 'a 'stale of coma,
with contracted arms mid almost mo
tionless, durluc Its wltole existence. 'It i
.vns Impossible Jo obtald the slightest
Fastest 'Boi Ma)"er.
Dayton. Ore.Willls Mellows Is be
lieved here tJ be the flistesfapple tuSc
maker In the northwest. In a seaen
his average Is film dally. In' I.a Grnirju.
Ore., lie broke (rcArc). .manufacturing
T.OOO lio.-os In toiiand n Iralf iUys. On
atthe9, wcnslof? he made . (1$ boxes
dally for llft.vjght days. In his tegu
lar speed ho Ijj'a'ble toieep ten trained
apple pickers tilling his boxes as ho
Simmons Sure Helpful Laws
Will Be Passed.
GO-OPERATION IS NEEDED.
Best Features of 'Credit System as
Studied Abroad Will Bo Utilized
Here Report of American Commis
sion Which Investigated Conditions
Will Soon Be Made Public.
, Washington. - The report of tho
American connnlsslon In Kuropo, Milch
went abroad to Investigate agricultur
al conditions with a view to Improv
ing the status or the American farmer
and reducing, the cost of living to. the
American consumer, will sooii bo ready
for the pro,ss The committee appoint
ed to pivpaie. the report Is here at
i work now. "
S'enato.r' If. M. .Simmons, chairman
,9f the finance committee. Is verj much
Interested In the Informal ion gather
ed by tlie. commission" In Kngland,
Krnnce, Ireland, Austria. (!ennany.
Italy, Hungary and oilier countries.
He will study the questions of co-operative
enterprise as they relate to
the farmer mid present to congress a
bill that may help the producer get
more for hhr crops and at the same
time greatly reduce the cost of living
lie would reduce the Interest on mon
ey to farmers and extend the time to
,ll am convinced that we must
.change .our system of marketing farm
products bet on we reduce the cost ot
living." said Senator Simmons. "I do
riioto by Amei lean Press Arxoelatlon.
SI.N'A'IOII ! M HIM.MON8.
not believe that, there is imy scarcity
of eggs now, yet In some cities the
ittusumer Is paying 70 cents a dozen
for them. On my farm In North Caro
IliiU we put in eight acres 'of Irish po
tatoes last spring Ve got Just enough
out of tUo potatoes grown to pay for
the ftVtlll.er used on them. Wo got
nothing 'for the labor. We were told
that the markets were slutted. The
truth Is .those potatoes were .bought
by speculators, put in storage and are
now being sold in. small liits at fancy
'prices. The Mime sort of conditions
as to eggs and potnfocs are true in the
ease; of other farm products. In one
locality the market may be glutted,
niillojn another it is shelf.
"I shall study carefully the report
of the American commission In Kurope
and' try to formulate a bill that will
remedy present coiidlllous. lining n
fanner myself-a truck farmer at'that
- I can speak for tho producer."
Jo'lui Sprunt Illll of North Carolina
and New York was a member of the"
American commission in iCurope' He
has M'cii anil talked ujtli a number of'
congressmen about the investigations
made In Kuropc.
"On our Investigating tour in HuroiMJ
wo met tho tanners on tfielr farins and
examined their co-operatlio enterprises
and secured a tremendous volume of
very valuable testimony.
"If the fanners of America will prac
tice co-operation they wll? sell their
products for 'J." per cent more than
tuny get for them now by offering
better stuff In better condition and Infl
a direct Instead of a fliundabi'iit wy
ami nt the sjine time nil nee the cost
of living to the average man.
"Our runners have not learned how
to Industrialize agriculture They havp
not learned how to produce twenty-
eight bushels of wheat upon ono aero
instead of two acres so that the other
acoi cun be used for pasturing live
st'ockt to produce a bale of cotton on
oneoacro and thereby gain an aero or
more for clover 0
"The inoFt of the talk oabout over
production of fii'in products in this
country lstommyrot. The lest of ev
erythlng wJI sell The Jrlsh fanners,
wo !oarne on our l rip, have Stopped
talking politics and gnno to capturing
markets 0 In the face of worldwide
competition Jhey have captured tho
Ixnidou uiarKet for Irish beef,- ft-lsh
butter. Irish bacon and Irish eggs. At
a hotel re I was served Irish bacon.
"Our farmers must learn the value
of organized community effort, of
team work npplied to tho bumiss of
farming, credit co-opuratlvo production
nnd co-operative mnrkotlnj;,"
Uncle Sam Making Etforts to
Lower Cost of Food,
ISSUES GOOD COOK BOOK.
Secretary Houston and Assistant Sec
retary Galloway Prominently Identi
fied With Intelligent and Persevering
Efforts to Stop Waste In Food Book
Contains Money Saving Recipes.
Washington. That the expense for
looil Is one of the most serious prob
lems confronting the American people
today Is being recognized by the Unlt
l States government In a most prac
Tlie work ot (hiding a remedy, be
gun several years ago by tliu depart
ment of agriculture, through its tood
research laboratory. Is Doing carried
on enthusiastically and forcefully by
the present administration under the
direction ot Secretary ot Agriculture
David .1'" Houston and Dr. Ileverly
T. (.lalloway. tlie assistant secretary,
whose long and excellent service In
the department has been Invaluable.
One of the' reasons for the hlg'h cost
of food, in the opinion of the depart
ment, is I he lack of kuowledge of the
average housewife about the actual
cost and value of meat
The results or. a caretul Investiga
tion .by competent persons Into the use
of meat In American homes have been
summarized In a valuable booklet, tho
Photo liy AiniTl"an Press Assoclntlou.
Hit. III'Vr.HIiV T. OAM.OWAY.
title of which Is '.'KTon'milcnl Use of
Meat In the Home
This thirty page pamphlet Is.virtual
ly a cookbook it contains mo.to than
tlfty economical, practical ivclpos for
The ri. ipe.i iulilsiied in tlrls liook
let. "lCconoiHlcal Use ot .reat In the
Home." are unlike those In any other
publication in that they are prepared
with tlie one main idea of getting tho
greatest value ouj ot tlie materials
used at tlie least 'expense and pains.
With this hooklct'on her kitchen table
any careful housewife can make tre
mendous ciil,sin the cost of living
Seeu'tnry of Agriculture Houston be
lieves the reports of his department
as cliiitniucd in the farmers' bulletins
to be of trciiicuiliMis value as an aid to
the rjnblic in meeting tlie problein'of
the filgh cost ot living and has de
voted much of his imo to securing
their widespread circulation.
The food "research laboratory inves
tigators subjected every known edible
meat to a most careful scrutiny and
as an Introduction to tlie tlfty recipes
tlie booklet contains furnish an an
alytical table showing the-rnel value
per pound or tlte various meats
There Is also a chapter devoted to
the "Proportion df Dllforetit Cuts and
Tfielr Relation to -Meat f'rlces," tho
"Texture and Kliovor of MPit" and a
most important chapter which d'.tls
with "Itediiciiig the Kxpenso Fr Vent
In the Diet."
Long before tiie department of agri
culture undertook' the publishing f
Jlls booklet tin- scientists In tho food
research laboratories connected with
the department had curried ono series
of experiments as to 9lie relative nutri
tive value :Pnd ease and thoroughness
of digestion of the different kinds and
cuts of meat, the relative losses sij,
talne'l when meat of different kinds Is
cooked In various xits. tho proportion
of meat used in American homes and
The widespread Interest (INtd-iyed
throughout the country and partlcu
larly in the fiiniyjug districts In yiese
experiment dually Induced tho depart
miOit oP agriculture to publlsR the re
mits of these experiments, together
with economical rfleipes.
The meat booklet was prepared by
O. F l.jingwifrthy. P.vpert In charge of0
II A w bP
famrilion invesiigauous in uie hpihi ro
search laboratorlespaided yMlss. Car
oline I Hunt.0wPio Iniiliiid wide ex
perience lu the stui- or sclentllle nnO
nractlcnl probms of nutrition. Tho
R'idjies before being Included we05,
wlfli few exeegOons. sudlgis cCJfi
ucntully by tfiss Uwt. m
Consulting Engineer and
Office in Thrift Wg. .
.1. I;. VaiiLcuvcn, Prop.
Fresh Milk and Cream de
livered daily at your door ;n
any part of Bandon. All
orders given prompt attentic n
Phone Rural 29
MRS. W. VV. WOLFE
IN'S I KIU i'O.R or
Mrs. tsuy Dipple
y.ears tlie Hjirtford u-e
Insurance v Company has
been climbing tiif fire insiitance
ladder until to'-day it jJands at
the top. n the voluilie of fire
protection it gives the American
.eple it stands., above evey
oter fire msuranci company.
When you need fitc iiwrar.ee
E. E. OAKES
PThebet(js notoo good for
youj eyes. 1 ry men
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