Western world. (Bandon, Coos County, Or.) 1912-1983, May 02, 1918, Image 5

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Lodge Directory
BANDON LODGE No. 130
A. F. & A. M.
Stated communication Friday aftei
the full moon of each month. Sojourn
Master Masons cordially invited.
E. W. SCHETTER, Secretary.
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KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Delphi Lodge No. <J4, Knights ol
Pythias. . Meets every .Monday even­
ing ut Knights hall. Visiting Knight»
invited to attend.
CHAS. F. PAPE, C. C.
VIC. BREUER, K. of R. & 8.
BANDON LODGE No. 133
I. O. O. F.
Meets every Wednesday night at
the 1. O. O. F. hall. Visiting Odd
Fellows always welcome.
W. A. PANTER, N. G.
PHIL W. PEARSON, Sec’y
OCEAN REBEKAH LODGE
No. 126
Meets on the second and fourth
Tuesdays of each month at the Odd
Follows hall. Visiting Rebekahs al­
ways welcome.
LENORE HUNT. N. G.
LEL1A FISH, Secretary.
Professional Cards
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Ellingson Bldg.
Plione 31)1.
BANDON. OREGON
F. J. CHATBURN
MY PLEDGE
AMERICAN BLOOD
WETS TRENCHES
I, Citizen of the United State«,
willingly subscribe to the Third
Have YOU Proved Loyalty
Liberty Loan in order that:
By Buying Liberty Bonds
My Country may never be
ashamed of ME:
BY JOHN LEISH TAIT
I may be a true gentle man—
Therii are some tremendous lessons
gentle woman:
to be learned from the present status
1 may work earnestly at what-
ever It is my privilege to under- of the world strife
On« of the most momentous of them
take:
all 1« a lesson to America and Amer
I may honorably accomplish MY
lean«—• lesson to you and me—a
part to uphold our Liberty, our
personal lesson which we shall do
Manhood, our Womanhood —the
well to accept in its fullest, personal
best life offers:
I may EARN my right to Na­ application. It is the lesson of IN­
DIVIDUAL INTEREST in this war
tional Liberty; that I may honestly
Th« blood of American soldier« is
defend in ALL ways at all times
wet upon the trenches, and the base
my heritage of Freedom that it Is
hospitals are ministering to Ameri­
our privilege to Fight for. Live
can wounded. The shadow of the
for, Defend at any sacrifice,
Death Angel, "made In German).
I shall NEVER fall my food
has fallen across your threshold and
friend. MY COUNTRY. That has
mine. It is no longer a thing de­
given me home, education, pro
tached and apart from us. We are
tectlon:
in It. The blood of our sacrifice
My children shall be able to
reek« upon the altar. It Is now a per
state with pride, ''MY father and
sonal affair.
MY mother are Americans and
We—you and I—must back our boys
Patriots!”
in the trenches, or forever cease to
I shall ever honestly respect my
■laim rank and title as Americans.
God-given rights to "Liberty, Life
The time has come when there are
and Pursuit of happiness”; that
but two classes in this country—
I may support my Country with
Americans, who are for the war in
my life, my fortune, my sacred
which our boys ark pouring out their
honor; that I may givy—give Love.
olood, and traitors, who are either
Loyalty and Obedience:
against the war or indifferent toward
I will to “the best of my ability
it. And indifference Is now, if any­
preserve, protect and defend the
thing. more despicable than antago­
Constitution of the United State«,"
nism.
fully realizing the magnitude of
There is one thing, at least, that
my trust and the value of National
most of us can do to prove our aware­
UNION for collective and Individ
ness of the situation aud our loyalty
ual happiness, life, liberty, PEACE'
to those who are fighting OUR battles
I may live "with malice toward
over there; most of us can subscribe,
none, with Charity—Love—for all!”
n some degree, to the Third Liberty
I subscribe to "A Government of i Loan.
the people, by the people and for
It 1« totally beside the issue to
the people,” obedient to the ONE
>oint out that these bonds are a good
RULER, God; to the LAW of God
■ □vestment. The investment feature
—for "Liberty Is the fulfilling of i is not the thing in question. It may
the Law.”
| require some sacrifice to convert pres
ent holdings into holding of Liberty
| I-oan Bonds. But as far as we can
Every dollar that Is spent to arm
I manage it. you and I, If we accept the
a soldier or a sailor, to feed or clothe
great lesson of the hour and take our
one; every dollar that Is spent for
' part In the baptism of American blood
munitions or cannon, for coal to drive
which la for the cleansing of the na-
our warships and transport supplies,
i tions and the rehabilitation of the
must come from the Treasury, and
world, we must "come across"—and
the Treasury has no source from which
ome quickly aud with thankfulness
to obtain money except the people of
that it is given to us to do even so
the United States.
little.
ATTORN EY-AT- LAW
Practice in all
courts.
Office
in Racket Store building on Second
Street, Bandon. Oregon.
BUY UBKRTY BONDS and furnish
Industry, waving and lending to the
the meads to armband feed our sol­ Government are national needs and
natlenal
debts.
BUY
LIBERTY
diers and
BONDS.
v'e*or'ou*’
I. N. MILLER
r
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Notary Public
Rooms 1 and 2, First Nat’l Bank BliV
Bandon. Oregon
Classified
Ads and Notices
DR. FRED COVELL
CHIROPRACTOR
*
FOR SALE—One Milburn wagon and
. extra wheel, as good as new, price
Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. in.; 2 to $60. Inquire at this office. M2 t?
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5 p. m.
LOST—Between Lampa and Bandon
Opp. Hotel Gallier
or in Bandon, gold watch and fob,
Office in Bandon Sanitarium,
initials on fob. Liberal reward. Call
Bandon,
Oregon at Charie Pages'
M2t2p
FOR SALE —Team of horses, 1200
and 1300 Itounds, ago 6 and 9
years, price $200 for horses and har-
nees. Carl Vogel, Johneon's Mill,
Coquille, Oregon
M2t3p
DR. F. A. VOGE
DENTIST
PYORRHEA SPECIALIST
Telephone 1222
Ellinwon Bldg.
Bandon, Ore
DR. S. C. ENDICOTT
Dentist
1 Hit
LOST Ivory handle umbrella, silver
band, initials "C. R." on end. Re­
ward. Leave at Western World. A 18
FOUND—On Bandon Beach, a gold
watch.
Owner may have same
by calling on W. D. Griffith, E 6th
rfiid Ohio Ave, Bandon.
a5t4c
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total amount of the hid.
A corporate surety bond will be
required for the faithful perform­
ance of the contract In a sum equal
to one-half the total amount of the
bid.
Proposal blanks and full informa­
tion for bidders may be obtained at
the office of the County Clerk of said
County, or at the office of tlie lload-
master, lu the Court House, Coquille,
Oregon.
Plans and specifications and forms
of contract may be seen at the same
place or may be obtained upon the
deposit of $15.00.
The right is reserved to reject any
>r all proposals or to accept the pro-
posai or proposals deemed beBt for
■said County.
COUNTY COURT OF COOS COUNT Y
i \ Mils W VT8ON,
County Judge.
GEO ,1. ARMSTRONG.
County Commissioner
ARÇH1E PHILIP
County Commissioner
Will You Be Ready For GASOLINE MONEY
Inspection?
FOR LIBERTY
Iff)» boys at the front now are oc-
BONDS
copying treuches. Some are in the
firs! line trenches, dispatches tell us.
You at home are tn the back line
trench
Tho fellows In the front line
trenches must stand iuspectlou regu-
larly.
You In the back line trench, too.
must stand Inspection, Will you be
ready ?
Remember, those brave lads across
the sea are depending upon you to
stand by them, Everything they have
came from the fighters lu the back
line trench—the big trench right here
In America.
Perhaps you don't realize the great
responsibility resting with you. It Is
just as great as that shouldered b\
, the brave fellow across the sea.
C. H. GRAM
| Be a real soldier in the back line
liepublican Candidate for
1.a bor Commissioner
I i trench, so you can stand inspection.
Be a good soldier in the home
a 11. Gram, candidato for the trench
—Buy Liberty Bonds
Republican nomination for Commis­
The war's success or failure, so far
sioner of Labor Statistics and In-1
as Uncle Sam is concerned, depends
specter of Factories and Workshops, on what you do or don't do.
was born in Denmark in 1868, has
Save food, help the Red Cross, bnv
lived nearly all his life on the Pa- Liberty Bonds.
citic Coast and the last 20 years in
Just look yourself over. Take an In
Oregon
Has a wife and two child­ ventory of your bank account. Gaze
ren, a daughter teaching in the pub- over your record and see if you've
lie schools and a son with Co. C, done your duty as a back trench sol-
162 U. S. Infantry, now in France.
■ dier since Uncle Sam eutered the
For 10 years Mr. Gram was con­ war.
nected with the factory inspection
If you can afford to buy Liberty
department of the Labor Bureau, to­ Bonds, and don't, then you aie aid
gether with his activities in fields ing the Kaiser
for moral and material bettermentI Are you that kind of a back trench
of people who labor, has given him fighter?
an experience that eminently tits
him for the position he seeks.
DO YOUR BIT
I
Mr. Gram has held many posi­
tions of trust in the Trade Union Let every fellow do his bit,
movement, Served a« president of And smile while he Is doing It.
the Oregon State Federation of La-
bor for six term» and was organizer It may be leading hopes forlorn;
for tho American Federation of La- It may be only hoeing corn;
bor tor several years. Always stood Still he is acting like a man,
for things tliat were fair, honest and In doing it the best he can.
conservative—outspoken in his op-1
position to radicalism and the I. W. Let’s all find out what Duty means
In bearing arms or planting beans;
W. element.
Mr. Gram »ays: "The successful And ere we reach the Great Beyond.
prosecution of the war is the fore- Let's dig down deep and buy a bond
most object of every patriotic clti-l
zen today.
Harmonious relation Dig for the coins while we have got
’em,
between employer and employee
adds much to the productivity that Down deep until we scrape the hot
tom.
go to sustain our Arms; to this end, «
if I am elected Labor Commissioner, Let's back our boys who are facing
hell,
I shall devote every effort anil Influ­ I
ence to bring about conditions i to Yo serve their Uncle Sam-u-el.
G. B. H.
most effectively continue our tight
I
tor Democracy."
The greater part of the world now
(Paid Advertisement)
locks to America as Its chief hope of
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ANNOUNCEMllNT
safety from tyranny and oppression
Our mission 1s worth the devotion, the
sacrifice, the labor of every American.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS.
TO THE REPUBLICAN ELECTORS
OF COOS COUNTY;
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the Republican nomination as
A.X'NOUNCE.MKNT
Sheriff of Coos county, at the Pri­
mary Nominating Elect ion to be held
At tlie request of a number of my
I ftiends I hereby announce myself aa
May 17, 1918. '
I have always been a Republican a candidate for nomination to the of­
and have resided in Coos County for fice of Representative in the Legis­
forty-two years, 1 believe that 1 am lative Assembly, from Coos county,
competent to handle the affairs of the Fifth Representative District;
this very Important office. 1 am not subject to the decision of the voters
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affiliated with any ring or faction, ¡of . the
Republican Party at »1.-
the t»«l
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♦ rx Jirx 1 v 1 <1 nn 4 11 xx 17th 1
niary I« Election,
to be held on the 17th
l>ut
Khali stand
squarely
on ... my
fit­ niQFV
ness for the office that 1 seek.
If nominated snd elected it shall
be my earnest and conscientious en­
deavor to administer tlie affairs of
the office of Sheriff In a business­
F.O. B. Chieste
like and economical manner. 1 shall
enforce the laws found upon the sta­
tute books of tlie State without fear
or favor, and. during my incumben­
cy, will be always on the Job.
I solicit your support at the coin­
ing Primary Election.
A A. NICHOLLS.
il
Empire, Oregon
'Paid Advertisement)
FOR SALE—Young team weighing
about 3100 pounds. $350. In
\N ENDORSEMENT
Notice Is hereby given that the
quire at this office.
A25tfc
Bandon. Oregon, April 20, 1918 I
undersigned has been duly appoint­
TO THE VOTERS of Coos County:
GEO. P. TOPPING
WANTED—We pay cash for empty ed Administrator of tlie Estate of
I take great phasure In recom­
Mary E. Osborn, deceased, and all
gunny sacks.—Dippel A Wolver­ persons having claims against said mending A A Nicholls for the Sher­
Attorney at Law
ton.
>11300 Estate are hereby required to pre iff of Coos County.
Nicholls has
Practices in all Courts. Office
sent the same, with the proper done special deputy work for me, In
Over Bank of Bandon.
NOTICE TOR Pl HLICATION
vouchers therefor, within six months the capacity of this office, which was
07235
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from date of this notice, to the und very satisfactory. Nicholls has thor­
erslgned Administrator, at his resi- ough knowledge of the entire county,
C. R. BARROW,
Department of the Interior. U. H. dence In the City of Bandon. Coos and in my opinion would make a
Attorney and Counselor
Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon. County, Oregon,
Dated this 24th good sheriff
(Signed i STEVE GALLIER
at Law
Apiti a, IMS
day of April, 1918
i Paid Advertisement)
NOTICE is hereby given that
R. I McKINNIS,
Notary Public
Reuben D. Truex, of Bandon, Oregon,
Administrator of the Estate of
Farmers’ Phone: Office No. 481 who, on May 25, 1911, made Home­ Mary E. Osborn. decoa sed
AX ENDORSEMENT
Residence No. 143
To the Voters of C'oos County:
stead Entry, Serial, No. 07235, for A25 M2 9 16 23
I take great pleasure In recom­
Office over Skeel’s Store,
the W*i of 8W% of Sec. 22, and
mending Mr A. A. Nicholls, who is
W'2 of NW 5. of Section 27, Town­
Coquille. Oregon
a Republican candidate for Sheriff
ship 30 S, Range 14 W„ Willamette
I don't think tlie people will make
Meridian, haa filed notice of inten­
JOHN NIELSON
In the matter of tho Estate of Wtn any mistake in electing him to the
tion to make Final Five-year Proof,
Galller deceased, notice is heroby office of Sheriff
I have known Mr.
Notary Public, Insurance, Real to establish claim to the land above given
that the undersigned joint exe­ Nicholls for the past thirty-five years.
described, before I. N. Miller, IJ. S
Estate and Book-keeping
Commissioner, at Bandon, Oregon. cutors of the Will of said decedent He did considerable work for me
have filed their final account and the when I was Sheriff of Coos County
c>n the 27th day of May. 1918.
Bandon, Oregon
Hon James Watson, judge of the Hee got good reeult and gave the
Claimant names as witnesses
County
Court of the State of Oregon very best of satisfaction
He was
Frank Biescke. of Bandon, Oregon
DR. ARTHUR GALE
Gua Brandt, of Bandon. Oregon. for Coos County, has by order made'hired )n the ra),acity of doing Spec-
Jess Wilson, of Langlois. Oregon and dated April 10th, 1918. deslg_‘ ,ai Deputy v ork. I could always rely
Physician and Surgeon
Will Howe, of Langlois. Oregon. nated May 27th.*1918. at the Coun­ on Mr Nicholls when there was a
ty Court room in the Court House, in criminal to be taken in
ITiones: Office 351; res. 352.
W. H. CANON,
Coquille, Coos County, State of Ore
(Signed) K M WIEDER
Register
office in Elliifgson Bldg.
A25 M2-9-16-23p.
gon. as th« time and place for hear­ April 20, 1918.
(Pd Adv )
BANDON, OREGON
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
ing any objections to th* final set
Highway < »instruction. Coos County, tlement of all accounts of said Es­
1 Oregon.
tate, and to tb* closing up of said
MISS E. McKENZIE
To the Republican Voters of Coos
estate
TRAINED NURSE
County
Sealed blds for the construction of
Dated Bandon, Oregon. April 1 Sth.
I am seeking th« nomination a.
a portion of the Bandon-Curry Coun- 19«.
District Nursing:
Short <«lle;
County Clerk of Coos County at the
ty Line Section of the Coast High­
STEPHEN (¡ALLIER,
Emergency work
primyles May 17th, 1918, and 1
way. GREEN GULCH FILL, In Coos
E M GALLIER,
Emergency Ho«pit*l,
Oakes Bldg. County. Oregon, will be received by
Joint Executor* promise, if sleeted, to faithfully, eco-
i nomically and impartlally perform
the County Court of said County at AIR 25 M2 9 16 23
all the duties which may devolve on
Potatoes are nourishing, palata­ its office in the Court Hous«. Co­
4.EO. P. LAIRD
A28t4p.
me. F C. GETTY
ble and well liked by all of us. The quille, Oregon, until 10:00 A. M,
CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF
more we eat the more wheat we can 1 May 3, 1918
New Victor Records st Sabro's
of Coos County
No bids will be considered unless
ship to the boys at the front and
W« hav e just received a shipment of
asks the support of Republican
accompanied by cash, bidder's bond,
the famishing people of the Allies
late records for the Victor come in .
voters at th* Primary Election,
Save a loaf of bread a week. Help or certified check for an amount
It I
and secure your choice early.
to
be
held
May
17th.
(Pd
Ad)
equal
to
at
least
5
per
cent,
of
the
wig the war.
Motor Car Owner, Can Do Grami
Work. Eliminate Trip to
Aid United State«
As spring comes on and th. roads
Improve, the automobll. owner will
,-et out his car Before h. tune, it
hf>«ftr 'o'*
1ODK Sund*y »»ur with
tin.» m
W°Uld h* we" “ ”»'•
time for him to reflect that every
sallon of gasoline he uses will mesa
'hat « gallon of gasoline cannot »«
ised for a motor truck hauling provis-
munlt,0D’ to ”»e front for
| 'he fighting men in France
It may sound trivial to say this.
>ut when one pauses to reflect that
there are more than 3.000,000 p!
ire cars In use In America and that
each can burn from
from three
three to six
gallons of the precious fluid I every
Sunday that an outing 1. taken In
(he ear. one readily can see that such
in outing means that the alreadv
cant supply has been made shorter by
-overal millions of gallons. With the
supply decreased and the Govern­
ment tn the market as a heavy buyer
'» supply the thousands of motor
trucks it ts shipping to Frame for
he army, the price will rise and the
Government will be at a greater ex­
pense to conduct its military opera­
tions.
"As every one familiar with the
war situation knows,” said an army
man recently, "gasoline fa one of the
big factors in the great struggle. Its
importance In the ultimate winning
of the war Is very great. It propels
submarines, flying machines and motor
trucks and ambulances
The United
states Is the great producer of this
by product of petroleum, and all wo
an produce Is needed by us to hasten
» victorious conclusion pt the war.
It seems to me that th« owners
f pleasure cars can effect a great
aving in gasoline If they care to
Io so In tho SMsons when outings
nd pleasure tours are In order,
•hort trips and not too many of them
a ill result In a big saving of gaao-
Ine. without robbing the car owner«
f their pleasure» And here Is th«
line part about thi« thrift—that 1«,
>ne of the fine points: the money
ived in gasoline can be turned Into
Liberty Bonds, a id Liberty Bonds
m win the war The man who Is
' iHlng to nave gasoline now and tura
his savings over to the Governm««»
will be able In the future to take all
■ he long tours he care. to. and h«’U
lie alile to ride aa a victor.”
Victory does not depend solely upen
our fighting men; It depends on all
Americans. Work. save, and lend t«
the Government.
ilay of May, 1918.
C. It. BARROW.
tip
Kilt COMMISSIONER
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate on tho Republican ticket
at the Primary Election, May 17th,
(or nomination to the office of Coun-
y Commissioner of Coos County.
m28
GEO J. ARMSTRONG.
$1095
3k
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Six
JV."
" 7 he Car >f the Hour**
Doesn’t Require an Expert
The good point# of the Elgin Six instantly
appro! to tlie man or woman without technical motor
car knowledge. Just ride in an Elgin Six once, either
touring car or roadster, und you will realize its power,
• peed and comfort and tl ♦ more you know about auto­
mobiles, the letter you’ll idee the Elgin Six.
Every detail in it# construction meet# squarely
and satisfactorily every demand you will make upon it«
The fashionable cent» r cowl, combined with tha
true yacht line design, give, the Elgin Six a distinction that
sets it apart from common car., This double cowl and
the "V-type rad ator are found in no other car aelling for
leaa than $1,230.
Elgin Engineers have perfected an improved rear
•pring suspension, fount! only in the Elgin Six, which
reduces »hock and vihratin i to a point not .urpa.aed in
any car at any price, and er
a new standard of motoring
ease and comfort at high speeds.
s
The last barrier to the safe end easy handling
I?
of a motor car by women is removed by the special con-
atruction of the Elgin velvet-acting clutch, which enables
tha driver to .tart the Elgin Six on high gear, and does
■ way to a large degree with the neceaaity of gear shifting
under ordinary conditions.
Let us tell you about the new records made by
• th. Elgin Six in cross-country touring and how it haa stood
crucial testa for reliability and economy of operation.
Elgta Motor Car Corporation, Chicago. V. S. A
Bandon Garage Co
FOSTER & WILSON
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