Western world. (Bandon, Coos County, Or.) 1912-1983, March 07, 1918, Image 1

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    WESTERN
■ö
WHERE PRODUCTIVE SOIL AND TIDE WATER MEET
WORLD
LUMBERING, MINING, DAIRYING, STOCK RAISING
T-
VOL. VI
COOS GUARD TO HAVE
SPLENDID UNIFORMS
.MEMBERS OF LOCAL COMPANY
TAKING MEASUREMENTS
FOR THE O. D.'s.
BANDON, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY. MARCH 7, 1918
School Children Are
Enthusiastic Brokers
Next Liberty Loan
Drive Coming Soon
Thrift and War Savings Stamps Cam­
paign Is Now in Full Swing—
Plans Are Outlined.
I Local Committee Preparing for Big­
gest of All Campaigns—Or­
ganization Begun.
400 CLASSI MEN
CERTIFIED AS FIT
<XM>H CIH
The local committee having charge
Realizing the necessity for thor­
"For Humanity's Sake."
| New Lake. Col. C. F. Blumen-
jf the Thrift Stamps and War Sav-
ough organization in order to put the Julte a Large Nunilier of Men Have
Every man. womau and child in rother, chairman.
Ings Certificate campaign
reports
Tills community has responded lib­ Bandon district "over the top" in th.
Bandon and Community ia asked to
Dependents—Class Two
Draws
that interest in these splendid gilt­
give a little towards relieving the erally to all patriotic calls. This call coming Liberty Loan drive, the local
287—I ormers Are Given l.i’ier.il
edge investments is growing by leaps
executive
committee,
headed
b_.
terrible suffering among the Armen­ is equally as urgent as the rest and
Fvempti. n—Pei tentage of Class
Speakers visited the
and bounds.
it is hoped that the good people will .hairman R. H. Rosa, met Frida»
ians and Syrians.
l ive Men Is High.
Randolph, Dew Valley and Lampa
Hundreds of thousands have been once mure show to the world that no tfternoou to make preliminary plain.
school districts, addressing gather­
The wheels have been set in motion
massacred by the blood - thirsty duty shall be left undone here.
Members of Bandon Company, ings of pupils and patrons.
Each local district chairman will and by the time the campaign open
According to figures appearing in
Turks.
Hundreds
of thousands
Coos Home Guard, are having meas­
Everywhere the children are very-
more, principally women and child­ be authorized to name committees it is hoped to have all details ar an article in the Coquille Sentinel,
urements taken for the new uniforms enthusiastic. and are planning all
ren, are dying for want uf food and for soliciting purpose and it is plan- ranged for a complete canvass.* It is he young men of the county who
that are to be ordered at once. The sorts of means to earn money to buy­
I tied to give every one an opportunity planned to have an advance list con have be?n pieced in claus one aro di-
clothing.
Coos Guard is to be uniformed in the thrift stamps and the larger interest­
America is practically the only na- I to contribute. The names of all con­ ainlng the name of every prospective vided as follows:
In the local
regulation U. S. olive drab wool, the bearing cwtificatet».
Six hundred and twenty-six men
t|jn left to help them
Aitterica is tributors and the amounts raised iu purchaser, and, If the committee's
only difference between it and regu- schools there is a contest on to see
big and generous hearted, So Amer- each local district will be published program attains its fullest realization were placed in this class under the
lar service uniforms being tho insig­ which room can first become a 100
not a single Individual will be over­ 'lueetionnairo
after (lie campaign.
c lenifica tlona.
and
per cent Thrift Stamp Room, that is. ica has set out to raise a fund cf
nias and collar ornaments.
looked by the 'solicitors.
liese have been called for physical
$30,000,000.
Oregon's quota is
The
funds
collected
here
will
be
At the County Court moeting yes­ a room in which all pupils are buying $150,000, of which Portland alone sent directly to the state headquur-
Officials of the state orgauiation ■xaminatlon and clas.:ified :
terday the matter of uniforms for the ■ither thrift stamps or war savings aas raised $70,000. 1 he balance is . ters at Portland and from there they for the third loan have been busy Not reporting
12’.
One of the high school
various companies was taken up and certificates
formulating plans for some time ami Unqualified and placed In class
co
be
made
up
in
the
rest
of
the
will
be
forwarded
to
New
Yolk.
All
aiftor considering all the digereut girls, Josephine Croxall, has drawn Mate, Bandon's quota being $1,000. iverhead expenses are taken care of nothing is being left undone that
five, C
108
samples it was decided that the reg­ artistic posters showing a thermom­
,n advance by wealthy people in New- night add to the efficiency of the Qualified for limited military
eter
for
each
room
;
each
thermome
­
By
Bandon
is
meant
the
whole
ulation wool was the only one suit-
service and left In class one ..... 1 4
York and every cent will go to the campaign. At the suggestion of tin
state cenKral committee, the local Qualified for service
ablef or this climate. The meeting ter showing the percentage of the Bandon district, which extends from autl'ering people.
363
From
New
York
was attended by Captain W. S. Wells room in its red "mercury” tube. At he Curry county line to the south . fthe money is forwarded by cable to committee afterz electing C. R. Wade To be examined
18
of the Bandon company. Captains present Miss Hickey's room leads .o the Seven Devils divide and in- a Swiss bank and by that bank turned secretary, named committees as fol
Most of the men listed in class one
Fletcher and Chandler of the Marsh- with 76 per cent of the pupils hold­ luding Craine's Camp on the north. »ver to the Swedish embassy in Con- lows: Publicity, L. D. Felsheim, L above are not especially skilled along
The campaign to raise this sum be­
keld companies. Captain Brown of ing stamps or certificates.
it is generally known W. Turnbull, W. S. Wells; speakers, iny of the lines of industry that are
The local committee has offered a gins Monday, March 11th, and will tantinople.
the Coquille organization and Cap­
leemed necessary in aiding to car­
hat the United States embassador I. N. Miller. C. R. Wade. J W. Mast
tain Loney of Powers.
Major Wil­ large silk flag to the room selling the continue until the amount is raised. to Turkey left Constantinople when These committees will have a wide ry on the war.
son, recently appointed instructor-in­ most stamps. The room selling the The demand is urgent and it is hoped relations between the two govern- latitude, working more or less Indi
The total county registration of
spector for all Home Guard compan­ ■argest number of stamps or certifi­ to make the campaign short so that uents were broken ofi. but the very >endent but under the general guld 1983 Is divided Into the foliowlnv
cates
during
the
month
gains
the
the money can be forwarded at the
ies in the state, who is also a mem-
mportant fact should be borne m ance of the state committee on pub classes:
Soliciting com­ Class one
i
........ 120
tries necesasry for war in.opgumfu. lanner for the following month, and earliest possible moment.. The com­ mind that the entire personnell of liclty and speakers
Class two
I
ber of the governor's staff, was pres- so on for the duration of the cam- mittee in charge of the work in the he United States embassy, with the mittees will be named later.
; ;
On Jaunary 1, 1919, when (andon district is composed of the
The opening guns in the campaign Class three
HI
esnt and gave the Court a talk in aign.
-ingle
exception
of
the
ambassador,
I
. 716
what was being done in other parts he campaign ends, the flag becomes following: Dr. S. C. Endicott, chair­ were taken into the employ of the will probably be fired on the first Class four
he permanent possession of the room man; J. Ira Sidwell, secretary-treas­
I
:i a .t
cf the state.
Swedish embassy and under the or- anniversary of America's entry inti Class five
Died
The Court, after learning that it naking the largest sales. The pu­ urer; Rev. W. S. Smith, C. R. Wade, iers of the Swedish ambassador, are the war against autocracy Satin
1 2
will coat $24 per man for uniform bis are proving very enthusiastic ri. J MclJermaid and L. D. Felsheim. aking care of this country’s busi- day. April 6th. Working in conjunc Not classified
The committee has divided the
tion with the local Council of D-
The men In class two are mostly
nad equipment agreed to the propos­ and callable saJesmen, one girl sell
less,
including
that
of
Armenian
fense, the committee is arranging foi men at work in sawmills and logging
al of the captains to approriate il'J ng $136 worth in the first twenty- district into ten local districts, each ilef.
n charge of a chairman as follows:
a big demonstration on that dav ramp« and on the faruiH, and men
per man, the balance to be raised by four hours.
Committee to Aid Mellen
Under their direction the funds are Mayor Topping lias been asked to .le who are married but have no child­
East Bandon—J. 1. Sidwell, chair­
the individual members of the var­
The committee is contemplating man—all that section within the city distributed through thea gency of clare a half holiday, all business t< ren .
ious organizations.
The equipment
lilted StaleH consuls and American be suspended at noon. The Band.m
The men in class three are mostly
to be gotten consists of blouse, trous­ a number of plans to aid the pupils limits east of Oregon avenue.
West Bandon—-Rev. W. S. Smith, missionaries located at those point» Home Guard has been asked to par- farmers
ers, leggins, hat, cartridge belt and who are selling thrift stamps and
The men In class four are to a
waist belt. Measurements are be­ war savings certificates. One of these -hairman—all that section within the n luii.ey, Syria, Greece and South­ tlcipate and at the regular week I)
ern Russia, wherever the unfortunate drill Sunday afternoon, that organi large extent men who aro married
ing taken by Mark Windle, tailor. dans is to establish a credit depot city limits west of Oreg, n avenue.
Armenians can be found; supplies ation hy unanimous vote accepted and have families.
Prosper, E. E. Foss, chairman.
All the members of the local com­ it one of the local business houses
will
Bullards, C. D. Jarman, chairman ire purchased in the nearest mark­ the invitation.
Of the men in class five, there are
pany are requested to call at bis where stamps and certificates
e sold tc the pupil-» on credit of a —all of that section on tho north ets at the lowest possible prices, and the invitation. More particulars wll. 108 who are not physically fit for
place of business at the earliest pos­
per­ »ide of the river between Dafoe’s mill lhat is the only way to give relief, no given later.
military service and 81 are enllst-'d
sible moment, so that the placing of ew hours or a da.v in order to
tor the transportation of supplies in­
men. This class also Includes these
the order will be delayed as little as nit deliveries to be made where ora­ and Craino’s camp.
era have been taken.
Parkersburg, W. A. Sloan, chair­ to those countries from outside Is ab­ LABOR WON'T LEAVE
who are especially exempt on Be­
possible.
solutely impossible. All of Turkey is
Prize for County Salesmen
man— district includes Bear creek.
EUROPE AFTER WAR count of their vocations, such ns
open to any agency established at
objectors,
ureachers conscientious
Lampa, T. P. Hanly, chairman.
A communication
from County-
EIGHT HOI R DAY
Constantinople. There is no bar to
Craine
’
s
Camp,
Geo.
Laird,
chair
­
officers
of
the
national,
state
and
Superintendent
Raymond
E.
Baker
MILLS
AND
(
AMI
’
S
IN
transportation of any kind frojji
county governments,
Most of the
»••Ings the information that L. J man.
iwo Mile, J. J. Morris, chairman. Constantinople to any point In Tur-
It is osU-
rest are resident aliens,
Act it'll Taken Was Voluntary on Simpson of North Bend has donated
mated that two-thlrds of the htind-
Four Mile, H. A. Del.ong, chair key or adjoining countries where Ar-
$200
worth
of
war
savings
stamps
Part of Mill: I—Spruce Protluc-
j menians are located.
is prizes for the boys and girls of man.
America need not fear a great in red and odd men on the delinqueut
lion Is Increasing-
’no« county who make the best rec-
lux of laborers from European couti list to be published soon. are In the
rd in selling war savings »tamos
tries following the close of the war service but no one has notified the
At a meeting of lumbermen from le states that sales must be handled
People in the United States will ex local board of their present status,
all parts of the Pacific Northwest according to the following rules to
Eleven men lire on the nnn-c ■' i-
perhnee the benefits of high wagt
held at Portland last Thursday an lie eligible for count in c mtest for
batant list on account of their re-
Sii'wtitiites
Oat
anti
Bailey
Crackere
for
years
after
hostilities
have
tea
up Was Won by I iltb Grader« In
eight hour day in camps and mills, ■ ne of the county prizes:
<>d unless In a moment of forgetful 'Iglous beliefs.
for Toast—Hot Oven and Quirt
t It <•
Lust
< intest—.Many
as suggested in recent proclamation
(’■■<>« County Bearti Fair
All pupils enrolled in the school
Handling
Netessaty.
nets of their own welfare, tlie larg
Hold t'm redness Retold.
of President Wilson, was agreeded
Rop< rts from various other sec­
f Coos county are eligible to com
users of common labor In the conn
upon, to take effect
immediately
tions of the United States seem to In­
iete
The contests w-i|| lie carried
IT. of O . Eugene, Ore
How to try are permitted to Import bordea <1
Speaking of the basic eight hour day
The spelling cup awarded in the substitute the new war flours for cheap labor from the Orient
n monthly from March 9. 1918. to
Hud dicate that (lit- Local Board for Co- «
and oth»r matters concerning
the •ecember 31, 1918.
th. monthly contest held In the Ban t n the wheat and how to combine them are the conclusion« based upon tli county has treated the reg-strnn-«
whether
lumber Industry Col. Brice P. Disque chocls are in session or not.
with as much fairness and liberality
schools was won by the Fifth grade. to the beat advantages was the sub follow Ing Swedish dispatch
of the U. S. signal corps, says:
Each contestant must carry a note Miss Hickey teacher. The following iect of Miss Lilian Tingle's food con
Stit+holm, IFe4> 15- Tile inter as Is connistent. and yet hold in view
the nation's need of men for the Br­
wish it thoroughly understood took in which the purchaser is to ->upils spelled all the words correct­ etvati' n lecture In Villard hall at estlng prediction that after the wa
ing
line
For instance it Is report'd
Ign his name and write the amount ly:
that the action taken at the confer
emigration
that
formerly
<11
Is over
'he iinlvtrsltv Wednesday.
’hat many young farmers In the larce
Eighth A—Dorothy Bean, Irene
f money he pays the contestant ft»'
ence with the lumbermen of the Pa
'■Oat flour Is a good bargain even reeled itself to America from th<
farming districts of the country ha* e
elite Northwest when the question of he purchase of stamps or certifi- ikarnekoff.
at eiaht cents a pound." she said neutral countries of Europe will g
Eighth B-—-Lillian
Brock.
Evali "because it is particularly concern Instead to the belligerent territi rle received class one A classificnl I n
s has c eight hour day was dPterirfln-
>tes. The da’e must be written by
despite the fact they were owners of
Thompson, Evelyn Schmidt
ed. was in no way compulsory but “ach day’s sales
trated. It contains more fat, more adjoining them is made t»y Dr Ott
farms and producing liberally the
Stamps bought by the contestant
Seventh A — Maxine Oakes, . Mar- nutritive value than
entirely voluntary on the part of the
Dr. Hoeglund Is re
most other M Hoeglund
products the nation needs.
operators. Althuugh I have always ■hall net be counted, but only those taret W hite, Helen Gibson, 1 Louise flours
p'-nsihle
for
a
chapter
in
an
Import
The oat cake is the staff of
There has been general compliant
Strowbridge, Carrol Joy.
been a believer in the basic eight sold to others.
ant work on Scandanavlan economic
life of the Scotch people.”
that, the selective principle of the
The notebook, with name. age.
hour day. I did not expect we would
Seventh B—Josephine Breuer
Miss Tingle said that one trouble which is Issuing from the pres« here
I’earl with the older substitute recipes Is He consider« that the depreciation draft was unobserved in a measure,
come to It In the lumber Industry at rrade and address of each contestant
Sixth A — Lyle Holbrook,
tbm time and I did not know until must be sent to the county superin­ Brew it.
that they are mostly for hot breads >f money In the belligerent conn and the men classified along the line»
that endent who will announce the win­
my return from Washington
Sixth B- Loraine Dufort
We are left toast less and "you can't tries will make the wage« offered of unmarried men, men married bet
Upon ners as soon as possible
Only the
Margaret serve creamed foods with muffins.” there so attractive that great num without children, anti men married
s'ich action would be taken,
Fifth B Mary Reese,
physically dis­
Sorenson, Gladys
my return from Washington I found two pupils making the largest sales Tuttle. Garfield
"But you will have a good sub­ tiers of Swede«, among other neutrals anti with children,
assembled in Portland approximately n each school should send in their .Nygren, Agnes Hanson, Wilma Laive, stitute for toast," she said, "if you will emigrate
A corollary of this qualified, etc., without following the
200 representatives of the lumber In­ notebooks.
'ack Stoltz, Arthur Jurgenson, Ken­ take two teaspoons of baking powder 'heory Is that there will be a great detailed classification Indicated by
In the first contest only those neth Donahue, Clarence Courtwrlght. and nearly a teas|»oon of salt to ev­ employment boom In Europe after the text of the questionnaires,
dustry and that they had unanimous­
ly placed the entire matter of hours stamps sold from March 9 to March May Bates, Margaret Best, Dorotny ery cup of equally mixed cat and the war
Dr. Hoeglund Is not one which would have allowed a no 'n
of work in my hands and after an all 31, inclusive, may be counted; in the Belle Endicott, Beulah Jorgenson.
of
the
people
who hi *- stagnation liberal consideration of the personal
barley flour, sift and mix. then add
day conference, in which every phase second contest only those sold during
Fourth A—Mildred Foster, Ralph a tablespoon of corn oil.
Moisten and lnduntrlal unemployment men equasion, although perhaps slower
than the method later universally
of the question was discussed. I 'he month of April and so on to the Schmidt.
with enough milk or water to make acing poet-war Europe
Notebooks must
came to the conclusion
we should -nd of the year
Fourth B—Kenneth Blake. Maxine a firm paste that will roll and leave
This economist devotes close at­ adopted.
Immediately adopr the basic eight he mailed to the county superintend­ Blake. Curtis Charleston,
Dorothy the how) clean,
Holl very lightly tention to the war losae« of the bel
ent promptly at the end of the mon'h Lorenz.
hour day.
Mr«. John Tucker received a letter
and cut tn t< ast sized squares. (It llgerenta, In relation to internation
No one shall be allowed to sell for
“1 am thoroughly convinced that
He estimates that a few days ago from her «on. Rufus
Third A—Edith Dippel.
conserves the trimmings), and bake al economic«
th se lumbermen who have strongly -nyone else.
first, 8,336 men are being killed daily on Truman, telling of hl« experience
Pupils of Eastside School
in a rather hotter oven, at
The schools shall be divided Into
('rp sed the Idea of establishing a
avia i -i
'han wheat flour foods require the battlefields of Europe. Asia an<l as a member of the U. S
A
—
Clyde
Warden
Wayne
Fourth
ba«lc eight hour day were prepared hree classes Class A Includes those
The Napoleonic wars, h< corps. stationed in Texas
Rufus is
Stand the pans up at an angle to Africa
Thelma
Reese.
Lewis
Me-
Hancock.
to return to their industries and schools having more than five teach-
says, entailed the death of 235 a day an enthusiastic soldier and has b< n
cool as ft makes f »r crispness
t
Adams
enter into the new arrangement with •vrs; Class B. those schools having
"But above all let nothing delay the Franco-Prussian war. 875; and rapidly promoted from private to t i>
B
—
-Gladys
Gibson.
Georgia
Fourth
the heartiest cooperation
The en­ not less than two, nor more than five
(Continued on last page)
sergesnet and lias successfully psss< d
vou af’<-r j u have put In the liquid,”
Doyle
tire lumber industry Is now- thoroly eacher«. and Clas« C, those schools
the examination for a lieutenancy to
Miss
Tingle
continued,
"for
there
is
-Willie
Stillwell.
Cllf-
Third A
united in a determined effort to aid having biit one teacher
Lute Henry. Eunice Mar- no quality In the new flours to catch make a very good foundation for anv which he will no doubt be promoted
ford
Thorn,
The prizes shall be th» same in
the government In wlnni» the war
shall. Elma Rosenbladt, Edith Neal the gas of the baking powder, These bread, cracker, or pastry. Mir« Tin soon
and the highest action taken yester "»ch class of schools The first prize
They can be combined
Third B- - Bertha Stillwell, Gray- crackers (they really do not crack, gle declare«
day Is a final and conclusive proof ach month shall be a War Savings
so they cannot he cracker«, and they with any mixture and save the more
♦ «
* ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
don
Treadgold.
of the high and patriotic attitude of ■(tamp of the $5 on maturity value.
are not sweet, so they cannot be expensive flour
They also furnish *
«
WORLD HONOR ROLL
the principals of this great and all and the second prize each mon’h
cookiesi, may t.e toasted for a few part of th« moisture
But when po ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ «♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ »
A
Big
Mage
Claim
in
t
ourt
Stamps
of
the
ten
Thrift
shall
be
important industry.
seconds and served under creamed '«toes are used In yeast bread the
As attorney for the plaintiff >V foods or they may be eaten
A J. Macey, Bandon
taking value of $2 50
"The government is not
cold dough must he kneaded very much
A Ackerman is at Coquille, trying vlth soup or salad ”
M W. Treadgold, Bandon
over the actual management of »he
harder than for white flour,
Mrs. R. Danielson. Parkersburg
Reed Gallier and Harold Balch, the case of Charles M Smith vs Geo
Rice flour combines very nicely
"The big difference In making
apvuce or fir Industry and it Is not
Mr Dafoe Is owner of a and when used with barley makes war breads and white breads," she
Henry N. Brown, Bandon
be. U. S Na vy, who have been in train- W Dafoe
now. and possibly never will
M O'Con. Bandon
necessary to take such action. Our ng at Mare Island. California, ar» mill bearing his name at Bandon and a bread nearly as whits as wheat vald In closing, "is that the war
Loyal Wlren. Seattle. Wash.
February home on a furlough for a few days Is sued by Mr. Smith for Si 300 hack does
For pie shells, wbsn^ used f^r bread must be handled very lightly
ahlpmenta of spruce in
.1 W. Cole. Bandon.
were the greatest that have ever been They leave on the next Elizabeth for wages which he claims la due him lemon, cream or any other sepapate- and must he started to bake In a
( has L. Luke, Bandon.
made, with every promise of a rap­ <an Francisco to join the crew of the C R. Wade, of Bandon, is lawyer ly cooked filling, they make the bfeft much hotter oven.
But when you
Mrs McKinley Fogle. Pittsb'g. Cal.
Marshfield Rec- combination
idly Increasing amount during the new U. 8 ship. Taylor, which will for the defendant
want another slice of bread you
Harry Rogers, Leneva, Ora.
, ord.
Howover, fluffy maahed potatoea «hould eat a potato.”
put to sea shortly for the front.
coming months.
I
County Court Appropriates S19 Per .
Man Towaids Buying Complete .
Equipment Which is to Coat *2 4,
Members to Put Up the Différence ,
—Captains Visit Court.
r
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