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About Western world. (Bandon, Coos County, Or.) 1912-1983 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1915)
You ’ll wonder why you ever trifled with the thought ofany other car.
when you get a glimpse of the
The Western World
Owned and published by
FELSHEIM A HOWE
L. I>. Felsheim, Editor.
Entered as second-class matter at the
post office at Bandon, Oregon, January
2d, 1913, under Act of March 3, 1X79.
Subscription Rates: $1.50 per Year
Six Months, 75c; Three Months 40c.
Telephone IM) I
M RHING II MtD TIMES
A man who owed a local merchant
entered that party's establishment
the other day. Pressed for payment
of the debt, which amounted to about
$50, lie readied down into ills pock
et, brought forth a healthy roll of
bank notes with quite a number of
gold notes as th«* center, peeled off
a $10 gold note and paid it on ac
count. That was all. The debtor
gave no indication that he had im
mediate use for the rest of the roll
of currency. He simply declined to
meet his full indebtedness, If sev-
eral million debtors,
cash in their pockets, refuse to meet
th«*lr obligations, refuse to pay for
goods that have come into their pos
session, not wltii any idea of repudi
ating the debt, but simply in response
to some undefined and unorganized
impression that mure important use
fur the money may develop, things
will not open up in a business way.
und particularly In a financial way
fur Home time to come. The moHt
useless money in the world is hoard
ed money, or money that Is in the
same fix—money stowed In Hie
pocket when there is a Just obliga
tion It should meet. It ceases for a
time to be currency. Currency moves,
it* moving, it ketfps other tilings
moving. If certain things must lie
don«* sooner or later, the sooner they
are done, if the facilities ar«* at bund
the better it will be later.
❖ ❖ t
NEW Model FORD
which will arrive in Bandon soon
Some New Features
The Cowell Dash
Full Rain Vision
- Wind Shield
Simple in Operation
Small Operating Cost
FIVE PASSENGER TOURING CAR
F. O. B. Bandon
That new stream line body effect makes it
absolutely prettier than any car on the market
costing twice the price You know the reputa-
tion of the FORD—it has become the by-word in
the automobile world, because it is the first car to
reach the acme of perfection, combining beauty,
service and cost on a common basis—VALUE.
Money has never been worth more in the history of the country
than at the present time. Why think of paying several hundred dol
lars more for a car that will give you no more service or satisfaction
than the NEW MODEL FORD. Keep that extra money in the com
munity; you can use it to better advantage. Remember, you can afford
a FORD when any other car would be a luxury beyond your means.
SINGLE-SEATED ROADSTER CAR
F. O. B. Bandon
Don’t decide on any car until you see this
new model—it’s a revelation
S. G. WHITSETT,
FORD AGENT from Beaver Hill to the California Line
BANDON LODGE No. 130
A. F. & A. M.
Stated communication Saturday aftt.
the full moon of each month. Sojl)Un.
Master Masons cordially invited
C. R. MOORE, W. M
P hu . P earson , Secretary.
L. O. O. M.
Loyal Order of Moose meet»
Every Thursday Evening in Moots
Home. Transient Moose cordially
Something doing every
L. A. LANGLEY, Dictator.
C. W. BOWMAN, Swy ,
OCEAN VIEW ENCAMP. ■
MENT, No 72 I. 0. 0. F.
Meets Second and Fourth SaturdaviB
of Each Month in I. 0. O. F. Hall.H
Visiting Patriarchs Welcome.
A. KNOPP, C. P.
I. L. SCOFIELD, Scribe
w. o. w. I
With Charity Towards All
Seaside Camp No. 212, W. 0.
W. Meets Tuewlay, lx. P. Hull, s p.
M. Visitors are assured a warin
By order of J. H. MJERS, C. C,
F. H. COLGROVE, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Delphi Lodge No. <34, Knights of
Pythias. Meets every Monday even.
ing at Knights hall. Visiting Knight»
invited to attend.
J. W. MAST. C. ('.
B. N. HARRINGTON. K. of It. 8.
IRA C. ZEH
Contractor and Builder
Estimates Cheerfully Furnish- 1
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Ellingson Bldg.
Some of the New Lake live ones
attended the dance at Langlois Sat
A cheese factory near tiie south
G. T. TREADGOLD
west corner of A's place adds vaUi**
IS IT ALL "I RIENHLINESS?"
“A” bad nothing to do with Wie Attorney and Counselor at Law
“Coos Bay lias Clear Sailing
No one lias yet devised a way
building of that factory; it represents
A. A. Davis has been quite busy
the industry of ltjs neighbors. Were
Bandon Strikes a Snag,” is the title
Willi all tiie new collections
the past week pruning and caring
The People's Column for
of #n article in the Marshfleld Sun. To get the people out to pluy
it not for the advantages afforded Rooms 1 and 2, First Nat’l Bank Bldg.
for his orchard.
Discussion of Public
reprinted in this I hsuc of tiie West
Their part in spring elections.
by population and government A's
It is reported that quite a num
ern World, whlcii gives new light oil
With horror they will stand and note ber attended the dance, given at Four
Fort matters. It has frequently been I
no matter how productive, how beau
DR. S. C. ENDICOTT
The way the gang controls
Mile last Saturday and everybody SHOULD GOVERNMENT BE SEI,I-’
rumored locally, that District Attor
Affairs, but when it's time to vote had a fine lime.
ney Llljeqvlst Is acting as special
lie spent on improvements.
They don't go near the polls.
prosecutor for certain big timber in
Sid. Croft of Croft’s Lake, has been
Tiie landlord, as such, is not only office 1241 —Phonee— Res. 1101
(BY SAMI EL WOOD)
terests who want to escape taxation They talk of men they should elect. hauling bees to his ranch and it is
Government is essential to scivlli- a non-producer, but actually takes
Office in Ellingson Bldg.
Elm* phrases ever quoting,
for local port purposes, rut her than
beginning to appear as though Mr. zatlon ajid liberty, and in the na tural tliat which others produce—the value
for the county generally, and for tills And on election day neglect
Croft was going into the bee bnsi- order is the direct expression ol the of tli® land.
The simple task of voting.
reason is fighting tooth and nail In
will of the people. And, like <i very
the "friendly suit" to annul tiie Port Tli«* people are a funny lot
GEO. P. TOPPING
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Virtue enter- individual member, the govern v.nent natural as gravitation. In fact it is
of Bandon. Tiie article lend» color
However you arrang«' ’em;
tabled Mr. and Mrs. Gindin and should be self supporting. It s lot'ld tiie direct result of human gravita
Attorney at Law
to tiie rumor, It being very evident They hate conditions here, but not
tion tiie natural tendency of popu
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. not be a leach upon the back < if in
that Mr. LIlJeqvlHt lias other reasons
Practices in all Courts. Office
Enough to vote to chrnge 'em.
Hunt last Saturday evening at their dustry, neither should It be a t tli ng of lation to concentrate for mutual ad
up I i I h sleeve besides merely testing
] vantage, arid its legitimate purpose
Detroit Free Press
Over Bank of Bandon.
home on the ClauHen ranc.li. The eve charity. But to be self suppo-rti: 1?
the validity of tile Port. I Its appar
ning wan spent pleasantly and a few there must be available resources; is to suppl;.’ a fund to meet tiie ex-
ent pernicious attitude might war ♦
gc'eminent, building roads
DR. H. L. HOUSTON
card games enjoyed.
Mr. lister naturally th« resources «\xist, but I •nse of
rant an investigation by the people ♦
lot It MILE "SMOKELESS" ♦ Clausen rendered a few of the latest quite unnaturally they are not avail- ptc.
Physician and Surgeon
who ar« interested in th«* welfare of
♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ musical selections on the harmiaiica able.
As a matter of fact the natu .Li «ntl clos« to market is more valu-
the Coquille valley.
ral resources of tiie government con . able
Jack Foster was a caller in the which were much enjoyed.
Office Over Drug Store. Hours 9 to 12
Choice home-sites, de- a. m.; 1:30 to 4 p. m.; 7 to 8 in the ■
sist of the raw materials of the coun farther
valley last week.
The lectures of I’rof Sheldon at
evening. Night calls answered from
try. This is the source of all wealth sirable
the teacher's institute i and parents-
There were thirty out to Sunday
Another Itailroa.) Coming
—the means of life, hence, from this locations t 'Under police and fire pro-
teachers' meeting were mental treats. school last Sunday.
A report published In the Suther- source (land), must the government. ,
aJffr all of the advantages
Tiie obscurity of Badon from educa
Mr and Mrs. Manton Treadgold lln Sun Is to the effect work Is again as well as the individual, go direci resulting
from population and gov-
tloiial centers of the state makes
were Sunday visitors nt th«* I»♦• L«>ng I [ to commence on the Soctherlln-Coos for the means of support.
liecomfs fabulously valu-'
DR. L. P. SORENSEN
the opportunity of hearing edu- ranch.
Several miles of the
cutional speakers lexs frequent, but
road have already been built,
A honest effort only, we may determine. !
lOoiflns tor a location, the
Mrs Albert Mecum and daughter
it greater effort should lie put forth
report Is also current there that an by a careful study of those factor Individu if at c’ice recognizes this Office in First National Bank Bldg.
to obtain more prominent visitors of were visitors at the Miller ranch tiie electric line Is to tie constructed
Phones: Office 1222; res. 152
to entering into the production of ’ ‘ natural
advantage or community
this kind, especially during the sum first of the week.
wealth, whether there is any portion made vi J te, and is wifUig and does
mer months, when they are at Ma
School commences in District No.
created by and belonging to the pay for It. I nder our prese-tt system
A little money spent In ttila 64 next Monday morning Miss Kate
Mrs. Mary Etta Morse, who Is con 1 people collectively.
of prit ate property in land, It Js the
direction would be a profitable in Willoughby is the teacher.
C. R. BARROW,
fined to her home with Illness, has
"In the production of wealth three I 1 purcb S' e price? or annual amount col-
vestment. Tiie Chautauqua Idea is
Attorney and Counselor
Cecil Cox has moved I i I h family
factors are employed— land, labor 1 leett d by the land lord, and is abnor-
still a live one.
daughter, Mtss Mildred Morse,
back to tli«* home ranch where he In
and capital. And the whole product i mal' y high as a result of specula-
dangerously 111 at a hospital in San
tends to remain for tiie coming sea
Is divided into rent, wages and inter tion
Francisco. She Is unable to go to est."
Tliat the opportunities of
dairy business are sudi that it
Rent Is the price paid for the use 'I i) ,e of a g.'vcn tract would repre- Farmers’ Phone: Office No. 481
S .1. Wilson lias taken a Job fall
not r«*]Uire mudi previous ex
Residence No. 143
bare land only. Capital is stored >er
ing timber for the Anderson camp
t the differ«'UPfi between its pro-
enee to luakt* a success ot that In
Tell your neighbor about th* World.
over Skeel’s Store,
labor working through labor sa'.Ing’ dr
Jack Is a master
. li'o power am.' that of tin- least
endeavor in this section, provi
machinery or otherwise, and In t>(> P
hand at this work and is sure to
reductive land In u’1®- Dr the ex-
one mixes good common horse «
Genesis and Revelations of thing.?
ct equivalent of the advantage ac
with knowledge gleaned from
the tool of labor
Interest ,s «t I
various reliable journals, is the
to labor from the presence
Last Saturday evening those
Notary Public, Insurance, Real
elusion drawn from th«* results
of population and government.
the Four Milers who delight in trip-
No one disputes tin* moral r' . | o!
tallied by II L. Glmlln of New I.
Estate and Book-keeping
labor to wages, nor is the’
hk is told in nn article on th«* I
Is necessary In order to secure pri
Foster mill, where
and Dairy page of this Issue,
and all men can not 1
ssantly entertained un
interest B’lt to whotp gha|| ren,
|(f to vate rights,
should encourage mor«' people to
same or most vahiabh
ina" hours of Sunday
Land Is not thu prodi
SMITH J. MANN
gin dairying on a conservati'«* s<
ground, rent becomes the price of
e masculine atten d-
•'ct of I
neither is the value c"
privilege; and must be taken by th«*
o In* more in evidence
Physician and Surgeon
ornlc rent the product
I bate moxtNl my store Troni
-.t of the
collectivity that an equal dlstribu
mine portion but nev
Office in Ellingson Bldg.
Clr«eland avenue t«i the build
Ity. It Is up ’
tion of wealth may obtain
a good time
Office Hours 9 to 12 1 to 5
o meet them 1
ing at the corner of Biuxion
that the whole people the govern
« concrete rc
ment may be re imbursed for its Phones: Office 302; res. 211.
ut «'tin«* and First Street which
<1o*n i 1
art in the production of wealth.
lias been completely reino<!ele<1,
• ' »» I \h|
Herein Is provided a natural fund
and am noti prepared to meet
land a few hundred do1
of "AV I
DR. ARTHUR GALE
Ich raises spontaneously and cor-
I would create that vab
Laurence Snyder spent Sund«.' on
Physician and Surgeon
It would also Increas«*
.•? Not A. .TOSI
l*ettrr location and better ®|iiip-
latlon and advance of govern- Phones: Office 851; rex. 352.
I the holdings of Gent
ILe value of pepi
l*ed In eter> way than liefore.
And If taken into the public
Mr l'aul has been housed up with
Richards, Cox, etc
Office In Ellingson Bldg.
j«»Yix« n Davison. nient
will he equal to the expense
I only do that but
an attack of rheumatism lately.
rnment In the assumption of
I from Bandon t>
of g "Vi
Jasper DeOa was down at New
When • m,n beifev^. i„ himself Lake Thursday. from Four Mile.
I line would ref
’r>' county I all of 1
I. L. SCOFIELD
nnt self supporting.
ethers s< mi Khar«* his belief«
i of all southe
'"nd value 1 governiti
The Foster Brothers were looking
" ’ .o i
at some hogs o'ei on th® t ox ranch
Let THIS paper be YOUR paper
Office Fahy A Morrison building
SECOND HANI» STORE
«• lower Coquille 'alley la next to Emergency hospital
he reckoned with In the
P*>4ers of t’
.- t a power to
W. L. Beach