Western world. (Bandon, Coos County, Or.) 1912-1983, May 16, 1918, Image 1

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    WESTERN
WORLD
WHERE PRODUCTIVE SOIL AND TIDE WATER MEET
VOL. VI
BANDON, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 16. 1918
COOS TO FURNISH
Red Cross Drive to be
NEEDED MANGANESE
»
DIVELBISS BROTHERS SECURE
MOUNTAINSIDE OF RICH
ORE IN UPPER VALLEY.
Mining Operations Start This Week
and Ore Goes to Pittsburg, P m .,
to Be Made Into Stiells for Our
Sheriff,
Commissioner and
Cows
Annies in Europe— Hauled
County's Candidate for Goveruor
Auto Trucks.
Hold Chief Interest
Locally of
tlie Collective Ballot, and Will no
Attorney S. D. Pulford spent the
Doiilit .Menti Large Vote.
/
«
LUMBERING, MINING, DAIRYING, STOCK RAISING
Made by Home Guard
Local Organization Takes Over Work
t *
of Raising Bandon ’s Subscription
to District's Quota --- $2,000
NO. 26
YOUNG MEN WILL
REGISTER SOON
READINGS. RECITATIONS. ORA­
TIONS. DRILLS. AND BEAU-
Plans Under Contemplation Call for
TIFICATlON OF GRAVES.
Placing of Such registrants at the
Bottom of the Lists in CliMiMS to
Which They May Be Assigned— Band, Home Guarii, School Children.
Coo|>eraCion Asked by Government.
G. A. R. und W. R. C., and Cit­
izens Will Take Part in Ex m ises
—Special Memorial Sermon .May
Portland.
May 15—(Adjutant
—«Uli—BusineMM Ileuses to Clowe.
The big Red Cross campaign to [ solicitor. None will be overlooked,
week-end at the home of T. M. Stover raise
ise $2,000
in the Bandon district! Bandon district must go over the top General's Office)—Registration of
$2.
on the Middle Fork in the Sugar­ starts off Monday morning, with
the young men of Oregon and other
•
*
in this campaign.
T. morrow. Friday. May 17. Is pri- loaf mountain country about four
states, who have reached tlie age of
A special program for Decoration
members of Company A, Coos Guard,
Local
precinct
quotas
and
chair
­
mary election day in Oregon.
miles above Myrtle Point, says the on duty as solicitors. The campaign
21 years since last June 5 will be Day, May 30th, is being prepared by
men have been named as follows:
required on a day soon to be set by G. A. R. and W. R. C. In honor of
Al though tlie war has occupied the Coquille Sentinel. While there he to raise the fund has this year been
Bandon, $1,200, H. J. McDermaid.
proclamation of President Wilson. our National and community dead.
minds of tlie electorate almost to the closed up a mining deal for Newton placed in the hands of the Local Aux-
Prosper. $250. S D. Harper.
This day will be fixed by the presi­ The program includes, readings,
exclusion of all other matters, con­ C. Divelbiss and brother, of Bandon, ilaries. The local auxiliary being
Craine's Camp, $150, Mrs. \V. E.
dent as soon as Congress enacts the recitations, drills, orations, and other
siderable interest has developed with­ who have been engaged in mining in I composed largely of women who are Craine.
necessary legislation. now pending, exercises customary on the great day
in the past few days in the election. southwestern Oregon for the past . devoting much time to sewing and
Below Craine's Camp, J4 0, Geo. P
That is expected to be very soon,
f respect to the dead,
The pro­
This has been especially noticeable twenty years, by which they become knitting, the men of the community, Laird.
In the meantime, the task of or- gram as prepared by file committee
locally, because of the concerted assessors of a large body ut man­ thru the Home Guard company have
Lampa, $75, T. P. llanly und A.
ganlzing Oregon for this new regis- follows:
move of timber interests aud other ganese iron and other ores.
taken the task over, and will put it Sweet.
tration of men for mllitary service
These ores are in demand now for across during the coming
Decoration Day Ih-ogram
reactionary taxpaying interests to de-
week.
Parkersburg and Hear Creek,
lias already begun under instructions
Bandon
post and W. R. C. will
prive this section of its county coni- hardening steel and iron, especially
At Tuesday night’s drill it was un­ $100, E. F. Topping.
from the war department. These in­ assemble at G. A. R. hall at 9:30
urasioner and place in office a man in the manufacture of shells and
Bullards,
$75,
C.
D.
Jarman.
animously
voted
that
the
officers of
structions emphasize the need tor ». m., Thursday, May 30 th. where
who will favor closing down of pro­ jther munitions, and tlie demand will
Lower and Upper Two Mile, $100,
perfecting beforehand a coniplete liey will be Joined by school child-
gressive road building and and oth­ ;row as long as war continues. Sug­ the guard prepare a plan for a sys- II. M. Pressy and R. H. Rosa.
working organization so that on the ren.
er necessary expenditures for general arloaf mountain is part of a distinct t»matic solicitation, appointing mem­
Lower and Upper Four Mile. $100,
day set the registration will be 100
■hain of hills which runs across the bers of the guard for the work. This
Headed by Colonel R. H. Rosa,
advancement of the county.
Miss
Minnie
Perdue
and
H.
A.
De-
is being done and the appointments
per cent strong.
the procession will form in front
Tlie candidacy of Geo. P. Laird ■ountry to Eckley and is prolific in will be made within the next two Long.
On last June 5, all men between f tlie Gallier Hotel in the following
for sheriff is also causing his many ninerals wherever it has been pros­ days. Every member of the com­
New Lake, $50, Col. C. F. Blum-
the ages of 21 and 30 years. Inclus­ rrder:
School
children.
Bindon
friends along tlie Coquille river and pected. The canyon of the Middle pany should be prepared to do some ••nrother and Alex Turner
ive, were required to register for Concert Band, Company A Coos
in this vicinity to work for a large "ork, lhe most rugged portion of the of this w’ork.
Coos
County's
Quota
military service. As the number of Guard, G. A. R., W. 1^. C., and cit­
expresson of suffrage from the cit­ loseburg-Myrtle Point road, cuts
Coos county's quota that must be men now in the 21 year old class is izens. The procession will proceed
Headquarters for the big drive will
izenry of southern Coos especially, hru this chain and it is also divided
be in the Gallier building, next to raised is $21,000, apportioned to the estimated to be approximately only to the cemetery where there will be
where they hope to present an al­ ;y the South Fork higher up.
the
Glenn barber shop, where some­ districts as follows: Marshtleld, $’,- one-tenth of those registered then, ritualistic services of G. A. 11. and
The
Divelbiss
brothers
had
previ-
most unanimous approval of the Re­
one will be on duty at all times be­ 000: North Bend, $4,000; Coquille, the task this year will not be so W. R. C.. after which the graves will
•usly
secured
an
option
on
the
tract
publican voters in his behalf.
Powers, $2,500;
Myrtle great.
However, it will be heavy be decorated. TapH will be sounded
idjacent to that of Mr. Stover own- tween 9:00 a. tn. and 9:00 p. ni. Tt $3,000;
Voting thruout the entire south­ id by James and George Guerin. The is requested that as many as possible Point, $2,500; Bandon, $2,000.
enough to require the most alert co­ by Geo. P. Topping.
Tha proces­
western section of the state, however, .'ifty acres of manganese iron and call there on the opening day, in or-
Curry county's quota is $2,000, ap­ operation on the part of every local sion will reassemble and march to
will doubtless be much heavier this losely allied minerals to be found der to eliminate as much solicitation portioned as follows:
Brookings, board, and state, county and city of­ the west end of First street were It
year than would otherwise have been it the surface at that point looks as as possible. Go in and make your $750; Gold Beach, $‘>00; Langlois, ficials. to carry it thru.
will be disbanded.
had not L. J. Simpson of North Bend f It would furnish an Inexhaustible contribution, because if you don't $300; Port Orford. $250; Denmark,
Exercises of tho afternoon will
The responsibility for conducting
entered the race for governor, The tupply and its location <s such that call It will be necessary to send a $2C4.
'ommence ut 2 o'clock sharp at the
the
registration
will
fall
on
local
people of this section of the state he transportation problem almost
boards in all districts except those Grand Theatre. Following appropri­
feel that Mr. Simpson is the biggest iolves itself, The tract is less than
of 30,000 population or more, where ate opening remarks by the com­
UNUSUAL CHARGE IS
man in the state and will back their Jalf a mile north of the county road CITY GIVES SPACE FOR
DOCKING SHIP KNEES
BROUGHT AGAINST MAN tlie mayor is responsible. The local mander, the following program will
conviction at the polls to a man.
ip the Middle Fork and it is down
boards have been notified to prepare lie rendered:
Interest In the county clerkship trade all the way with a wood-haul-
immediately lists of the registration
"Star Spangled Banner”, by ths
seems to center upon John D. Connell ■rs' road running right up to t-he de- J. W. Flanagan to Use Slip on Either W. Bilderback Skips When Arrest«»«l places for the new registration, to school children.
of North Bend for the Republican losits. So it will be a down hill haul
Side of Chicago Ave.—Relegate
for Indecent Exposure of Per­
Prayer, by the chaplain.
have these lists posted, and to take
nomination. .Mr. Connell, although vith auto trucks from tlie mines and
.
to War Council.
son—Has Big Family.
Reading of orders, by the adju­
all other necessary preliminary steps.
an office man and not a politician, hen an excellent gravelled road for
A
h was the case last June 5, the tant.
primarily, lias made a splendid im- lie four miles to the Southern Pa-
Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, by
At the regular City Council meet
A warrant was issued tlie first of registration is to be completed in a Harry DeLong
Itression among the voters wher­
Ific depot it Myrtle Point,
The
Every
young
man
who
single
day.
Ing
last
evening
a
resolution
was
pas
­
tlie
week
for
tlie
arrest
of
W.
Bilder-
ever lie lias been thruout the county. otal amount Involved In the deal
Recitation', by Edith Henry.
Ims attained Ills 21st birthday since
Tlie Democratic nomination is con­ for the two properties is $8,000 and sed permitting J. W. Flanagan of back on a charge of indecent expos last June 5, for his own protection,
"Protect the Flag," recitation, by
ceded to L. W. Oddy, present iu
his not only covers leases, but an Marshfield to use 100 feet length on ure of person, the complaining wit­ should keep well posted uh to the Ella Langley.
each side of Chicago avenue, north ness being Mrs. M. Nordstrom. Tlie
cumbent of the clerk's office, and as iptlon to purchase.
“Cover Them Over," drill, by the
day fixed by the president for the
be has made a splendid record, the
Development work of the ore bod- of First street, and 12 feet wide on preliminary hearing was held Tues­ registration, for Ignorance of the 'amp Fire Girls.
big fight will come in the general es was begun the first of the week, either side, to land ship knees for day and the case set for today. How­ registration date will not bo accepted
Recitation, "The Present Crists. ’,
election. Sheriff W. W. Gage will The ore will be shipped to Pittsburg, transportation during the summer: ever, in the meantime it ls said Bild- as an excuse for failing to register. by Lawrence Starr.
also receive tlie unanimous support ’a . as it is mined and will be used months. He Is to pay 5c apiece dock­ erback'a brother-in-law came down
Recitation, "Memorial Day,'
by
Place«! at Bottom of Lists
of his party for re-election to office to help whip the Huns, It is strictly age and no shipment is to stand more from Coquille, called at the accused
Frank Larson.
than
30
days.
man's
home
south
of
town
and
gave
Tlie
plans
now
under
consideration
^>n the Democratic ticket,
i war proposition and it will certain-
Special number, by Camp Fire
A resolution was also passed that him a severe beating. After this oc­ call for placing of the newly classi­ (. Girls.
For representative from Coos y be gratifying to the people of Coos
Mayor Topping or some qualified rep­ curred it is reported that Bllderback fied men at the bottom of the lists
Drill, by pupils of Eastside sebi ol.
county A. K. Peck and C. R. Bar- •ounty to learn that we are going to
resentative appointed by him, go to left the country. He failed to ap- of the various classes to which they
row are in the field on the Repub­ add to the airplane stock we are fur-
Portland
as
a
delegate
to
the
Oregon
p«
ar
for
trial
today
and
Sheriff
Gago
may be assigned. Approximately 30
lican ticket, and as both have rep­ ilshing in such large proportions
All business houses are requested
War Council next week. A fund of is now searching for him.
per cent of these men. It is believed,
resented Coos in the legislature the tow. the materials for projectiles
to
close from 10 a m. to 4 p. in. on
$35
to
cover
expenses
was
appropri
­
will
be
placed
in
class
one.
Bllderback is about 4 2 years old
voters have had opportunity to form .vhich make them the hardest hitters.
May 30th.
a ted.
ind
has
a
wife
and
six
children.
The
opinions as to tlieir fitness. J. II.
Three different and distinct ores
Special Memorial services will be
The usual bills «ere ordered paid family has gime to Coquille with the deliberately committed Indecent acts
Stannard of Curry county is in tlie ire found in the deposits in question,
held
at the M E. Church south. Rev.
wife's brother.
at various times iu plain sight of wo­ S. M Roberts in the pulpit, on Sun­
Joint representative, Mr, and every one Is needed in mun­
field for
Captain
Wells
Out
Again
According
to
the
story
of
the
com
­
men
of
the
neighborhood.
Stannard has served Curry for a ition making.
day, May 26th.
Captain W. 8. Wells is out today plaining witness, and which is cor­
1 lie accused man Is not very well
numb: r of years as county clerk and
The steady development of the
is pouular iu his home section.
mineral resources of southern Coos after having been confined to his roborated by others, the accused man known here, having arrived more
To Call Many Oregon Men
• nd northern Curry county is going home for several days with a severe has been making himself obnoxious recently. He has been engaged in
According to Information of the
for some time. He is said to have cutting ship knees.
'o promote the future welfare of the attack of tonsilitis.
Oregon Journal, the state of Oregon
• Call for Railroad Men
Coquille valley so materially that
will be called upon to furnish 6,-
Notices lias been handed the press every movement in that direction is
.’45 men under the draft. The state
by the local board for Coos county ilso a matter of congratulation to
lias been given credit for enlistments
that a call for twenty-five railroad all our people.
and was not asked to furnish any
brakemen, flagmen and conductors
men under the call for 250,000 men
has been issued to this state. These
being mobilized during the letter
Preparations Are Ender May
men will report for duty at Camp
part of May
The children of the grades of the
Meade. .Maryland, and after a short
local
schools
are
preparing
for
their
period of training will be sent to
Many ('ooa Men Enlisting
France. Volunteers will be accept- annual musical entertainment which
Many of the men In class one and
« d. and draft registrants may be in­ will be given Friday evening. May
other classifications under the draft
ducted into the service if they apply 26th. The entertainment this year
In Coos county have already been In­
will
be
a
patriotic
pageant,
entitled
to their local board at once to go
ducted Into the service, figures of tho
"Uncle Sam's Reunion."
All pro-
under this call.
local draft board show.
By being
eeds above expenses will go into the
Inducted Into the service out of thetr
Junior Red Crosa fund.
c
4
regular turn, the men have oppor­
tunity to choose their branch of ser -
♦
<
A I AMILV W AR RECORI*
vice, and as they feel that they wfll
4
go anyway many are choosing this
«
4 ✓
method of ‘beating the draft to it."
It lias been a time-worn cus­ ♦ G m al Roman Knows Depths of the
4
4 tom in Coos County to choose ♦
Sacrifiiez Being Made.
Big Quota From Oregon
4 county commissioners with- a ♦
4 view to serving a particular sec­ ♦
According
to an emergency draft
An example of sacrifices and pat-
Bandon has ♦ ilotlsm that has come to knowledge
call Issued by the government late
4 tion or district.
yesterday. 51,600 men thruout the
4 ever since tke formation of the ♦ if Western World, that is desen ing
4 county dictated one person who ♦ >f special mention, is that of Mrs
nation must report to training camps
<• shall serve as county commis­ ♦
by June 2
Oregon's quota under
D. A Young
Mrs. Young lived in
4 sioner and this year in keep­ ♦ Pennsylvania during the Civil War.
thia call Is understood to be approxi
4 ing with that very good plan ♦ her husband being a soldier in the
mately 1500 men, more being taken
4 comes forward with the man * Union army
because the state had been freed
ne was killed in the
4 the people there have decided to ♦ battle of Gettysburg
from furnishing men the previous
Three grand­
4 elect. This Is the man who has 4 sone of Mrs Young are serving their
call
Thia would call for approxi-
They
4 served Coos county well and 4 country In the prtwent conflict.
mately 50 men from Coos.
4 faithfully for eight years, and 4
will be Inducted into artillery com­
Keith Young, of this vicinity, Is
4 prior to that had eight years of 4
panies stationed at Ft. McDowell,
4 service in California He is none 4 a memtier of an engineering corps
California.
now
in
France,
where
his
company
Armstrong. 4
4 other t
Republican 4 ai'Hved some months ago.
4 present
444444444*4 ♦ 4
ifarold Youag. a Two Mile farmer,
4
4 nominee
4
WORLD HONOR RD1X
4 enlisted In the Navy and Is now un­
4 election
44444444444 ♦ 4
dergoing
Intensive
training
on
Puget
4
4 the con:
Archie R om , Bandon
4 Sound.
4 trict» th
Merle G Kurtzhal Is In the army,
J J. Morris. Bandon
4
4 resent
W. W. Smith, Orland. Cal.
4 stationed at San Antonio. Texas. His
4 one d
H. B Smith. Langlois
4 regiment is daily awaiting the call
other
R. Fosdick, Raao, Nev.
4 for service in France.
J
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THIS MAP SHOWS
HOW YOUR RED CROSS DOLLAR WAS SPENT
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