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About Western world. (Bandon, Coos County, Or.) 1912-1983 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 26, 1918)
Ads and Notices
FOR RALE—Young Flemish Giant
bred does. M. B. Phelps, 114
miles south on old county road. D54p
NOTICE—No hunting, fishing or
trespassing on the premises of the
Bono ranch, near Langlois. By order
of S. Domenlghlni.
WANTED—We pay cash for empty
gunny sacks.—Dippel it Wolver
FOR SALE—Logging truck, complete
with bunks, 250 feet of cable and
several chains. $75.00 takes all. H.
H. Dufort, Bandon.
Available Money Reserves
HE main object of the Federal Reserve Banking System,
of which we are a member, is to make more available
the united money reserves of the strong banks of the
Even in normal times there come seasonal loan demands of
which the average citizen is unaware. The farmer must have
money loaned him for planting and crop moving. Interest and
tax payment periods each present their special banking require
The Federal Reserve Bank through which a member bank
may quickly convert commercial paper into available assets
when most needed enables us to meet these needs.
First National Bank of Bandon
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Suckling Pigs at $5 each.
Slioats, 60 to 100 lbs, at 15c
I. A. PETERSON
On Haberly Place, one mile
south of Bandon
I wish to announce to tny many
customers and friends that on the
first day of January 1919 I shall put
my store on a cash basis. I will sell
goods ou as close a margin as pos
sible for cash
S. R. LOSHBAUGH
Miss Gail Boak, who has been
attending O. A. C. arrived home Sat-
i urday to spend the holidays w ith het
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Boak. Miss
Boak is taking Hume Economjcs and
likes the course very much.
Expeditionary Forces. For more CARS OF CHROME
' cure it has been the problem which
than a month they had not heard
WAIT IN COOS I has baffled the Ingenuity and skill
from him, and, being a sniper, the
of the hardiest for all these years.
folks had been worrying thinking
The sands blown off the closely
J. C. Steele, who operates two
that he might have been killed in the chrome mines in Curry county, one cropped sheep ranches and the drift
severe fighting prior to the armistice. near Johnson's mountain, the other wood from the Coquille river up the
George is safe in Belgium. His letter near Edson Butte, has three carloads beach to the north have both been
was addressed November 15th and he of chrome valued at 110,000 readj • 'obstacles,
ubatacles, as they have bi
stated that the people were still for shipment which he is holding un-|°f
°ld deposits deeply. . The logs
celebrating the victory. He is a son I til the government takes some action and sand, indeed, have in some places
of Mr and Mrs. G. L. Williams of this in regard to the chrome situation, formed an almost impregnable break
water, where layer after layer have
»«ys the Coos Bay Times.
Chrome was in big demand dur been compacted together. The heavy
ing the war. and although the pres storm last month, however, under-
ent use is not as urgent as before ’ mined a portion of this deposit and
hostilities ceased, it is thought that I logs were washed out that had lain
stand behind I undisturbed for a dozen years, And
_____________________________________ / the government will
the producers as they have stood be-.
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endless contest with
hind the spruce operators and others. the forces of nature. With all the aid
Jim Adams is putting in his sur-
The government price for the 4 4 furnished by hydraulic spray to loos-
ulus time in hauling freight to Four per cent chrome was $1.40 per unit, i en the deposits when the tide goes
Mile for the Langlois trucks.
and the price, offered Mr. Steele by 'out, and the steam shovel and trac
Word has been received that private individuals, $0.80 per unit. tion engines to luove the rich depos
'asper and 1-awrence De’os are ill Mr. Steele believes that some defi its, it is only a few hours until the
with diphtheria at Camp Lewis.
nite action will be taken by the gov- ocean conies back to reclaim his in-
Miss Fern DeLong who went to ernment the first of the year, as Al- vaded dominion, however, and with
Coquille to attend the teachers exam bert Birch, government mining direc- all the aids science can furnish, men
inations has returned, the examina tor for the Pacific coast, has just i have to beat a retreat, to renew again
tion being put off until January on returned from a conference at Wash-I the onset on Nature’s closely guarded
ington, D. C., in regard to the mining treasure when the tide ebbs again.
account of the quarantine.
To snatch riches thus from the
Mr and Mrs. R. M. Jones are mak condition.
ocean's bed must be a wonderfully
ing their residence on the DeLong
ranch for the time being. Mr. Jones NEW MINING AT WHISKEY RIX fascinating adventure, notwithstand
ing the hardships it involves and the
is busy cutting matchwood.
recurring storms which drive the
John Hurley drove a bunch of beef
H. M. Axtell, manager at the Camp hardy workmen to the cliffs.
cattle to Bandon last week for the
black sand mine at Whiskey Run
The telephone meeting which was was at Coquille Friday putting two
Greetings From Van Winkles
scheduled for last Saturday was a big traction engines on a scow for
Van Winkle and Myself send
failure on account of nonattendence.
C. J. Waterman has sold his team they will go over to the beach on greetings to all our friends in Ban
don, and especially to the members of
which was advertised in the Class- their own power.
Mr. Axtell told the Sentinel the the Methodist Church. We like it in
ified Want Column of Western
mining operations which Dr. David Shedd fine, but there is a spot in our
World for a few- issues.
M rs. D. H. Jackson was a Bandon T. Day began there in August are hearts that longs for Bandon, es
home proving very successful. The pioneer pecially in the heart ofirny wife. She
mining there was aJtogether for gold often says, "Oh I wish that we were
N. P. Rambo, tlie "bee king" of worth about $20 an ounce, while ths in Bandon.”
I miss the fog horn on the light
Four Mlle lias now turned his atten product is a negligible factor now in
tion to trapping the fur bearers of comparison with platinum at $107 house. the splendid beach, and the
vicinity and is having fairly good per ounce and such rare metals us fine fishing. It you want anyone to
osmium and iridium at $180 an boost for Bandon-By-The-Sea as a
fine place to live, just send that one
A sign in a Nevada restaurant ounce.
With traction engines for hauling to us. and if I cannot convince them
reads like this: Use only one lump
>f sugar In your coffee, Stir like the black sand tn from the beach, of the desirability of Bandon. I will
steam pumps and hydraulic engines let my wife get into action.
liell—we don’t mind the noise.
As for a splendid summer resort,
Word has been received from M. H to loosen it, they find it impossible to
Vandbur, that he is located on an begin as far out on the beach as the health resort even in winter time,
rrigated tract of 11 and one half old time miners left off and get down I do not know its equal. 1 have seen
into the rich pay streak next to bed the beaches of the western shore of
teres in Glenn, Co., California.
rock, and can look forward to the United States, and 1 do not think
"wealth beyond the dreams of avar that there is one anywhere that can
ice.” The existence of unlimited compare with the beaches at Bandon.
wealth in the black sand beneath the The only one that comes near It is
beaches there has been kuown for al the one at Port Orford.
most half a century, but how to se- fully. J. Stanley Van Winkle.
W. W. Felter, chief engineeer for
I. E. Palmer has returned from
Capt. Oliver It. Smith of Beaver
the Reedsport Lumber Co., is here a business trip to Portland, where he
Hill was here Saturday on business.
visiting at the home of his brother, went
C. J. Walker and family of Den John Eelter.
officials regarding white cedar air
mark have moved here to spend the
(J. T. Teaney and daughter. Mrs. plane stock that he had been cutting
Stella Johnson, have made reserva- with his mill on Floras creek.
II. II. Smith of Langlois was here lons to go to San Francisco on the
Mrs. John Kronenberg has been in
on business the forepart of the Elizabeth.
i much poorer health than usual fot
'the past three weoks, but her daught
John McMullen of Denmark who
Mrs. Daisy Phenneger of Langlois uas been attending school at Port- er, Mrs. Owen, thinks it Is the sajmi
has gone to Portland for a holiday ,and returned to his home Saturday i kind of an attack she has about
( 'liristmas timo every year. -Coquille
o spend the holidays.
('. C. Inman and Hui Stutsman o f
Schuyler Cook who has been
Manton E. Treadgold and family
Sixes, Ore., are here to spend the uustered out frojm Ft. McArthur, was
here Monday evening eii route to his have been residing at Coquille fot
I several weeks. Mr. Treadgold went
W. C. Ballmer expect« to go to San lotiie ut Port Orford.
to Norway this week where he will American Willingness to Give Up
Francisco ou the present trip of the
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Laird came [ accept a position as tallyman for tin
down from their ranch near Riverton Schroeder & Aaseu mill tliat is being
Luxury Demonstrated Na-
Frank Ready of Cushman spent to spend the week as guests of Mr. built there.
several days hero attending to ind Mrs. W. II. Pierce.
Edward Fish and John Donaldson
John Thorhaven, who was recently returned Friday from O. A. C. where
from the Service, left they have been in the Students Army STAND
WITH THE ALLIES.
George Dunn of Euchre Creek
They have beet:
went to Portland Sunday where lie Tuesday for Portland, where he will Training Corps.
ittend an auto mechunic school.
mustered out of the service. Edward
will spend the holidays.
By Reducing Consumption People of
Miss May Kinley, teacher at West will return to O. A. C. the beginning
Alvin Shields Is here visiting Ills
the United States Averted ■
of the next term.
cousin, Mrs. Ralph Thom.
Mr. lake. Oregon, arrived home Saturday
Famine at Home In Spite
o spend the holidays witli her
Miss Louise Clausen and Miss Kate
Shields Is lu the Navy.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Kinley. Chatburn who are taking courses in
of Low Supplies.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. li. Morgan and
Civil Service at the University of Orc
children are planning to go south on
cisco California arrived on tlie Eliza- gon arrived home Saturday.
the Steamer Elizabetti this week.
The fact that the people of the
letli, Monday to spend the holidays Clausen is spending the vacation I United States were able to reduce by
Elmer Ford was here the forepart visiting her sister, Mrs. F. T. Tuttle. with her parents at Riverton. Miss
I more than one-half million tons their
of the week. He drove 90 head of
Uliatburn is visiting her parents, Mr
I July, August, Septemlier and October
I.ouellu Thorn who had been visit and Mrs. F. J. Chatburn.
beef cattle from here to Marshfield.
I consumption of sugar proves conclu-
ili witli Mrs E. J Perham of Marsh-
A mining party composed of Dr I slvely that their war conscience was
lold for the past three weeks re
$100 Reward, $100
timed home tlie latter part of last G. H Cox and H. T. Mann of Ruleigl I thoroughly awakened and that the
The read.-rs ot this pnp*-r wlll be
Mo., and Charles A. Greshman ot I country as a whole stood ready to fol-
pi''*«' d lo learn tli.it 111. le 1» al leaat
Oatman. Arizona, left Bandon Tues I low the Injunctions of the Government
one itreiuhd dia* .< e th.it s. i.-m *■ ha»
at day morning after
been ahi,1 lo * lire In all Ita al.igea, and
Our normal consumption of sugar In
that la catarro, l'.itai rii belng greatly
Ing properties on Sixes river. Dr I the four month period beginning with
Invili« nc«'d by i >'n
Cox is an assayer and Mr Mann it I July has been 400,000 tons per month,
Hail a t'at i rrh * ' ii. i . t., 1*. n Intrrnally
his a mining engineer,
I a total of 1,000,000 for the quarter
They gave out
and aria thru thè Ilio, d OH thè Mucous
Buriacea <»r thè r-i.-tmi tlierebv de-
no information as to the outcome ot year.
• troylng thè fonnd.ition • ' tf
In July, when our sugar stringency
Chester Kimble is here on a ten their visit.
1,‘' T 'th "t ■ '
hy I tilding
I began to reach its height, consumption
up thè ce
.) ii..i.<t,ng na
ture tn <i i'
Major and Mrs. J. C. Johnson ar I was reduced to 200,000 tons. In Au-
iiironts, Mr and Mrs. W V\ Kimble rived last evening
toro bave ao tnitvh f.uth In thè
from soutlieri I gust only 825.000 tons went Into dis
power» of Hall a < icirrli Ci
dr. Kimble is attending tlie Radio California where Major Johnson ha- I tributlon and In September only 279,-
t boy olTsr One II orni t. I l'olla ri
i-liool at Mare Island.
case that It f dia io cure. H. n*l
been stutloned in various branches ot I Mui tons. In October the dlstributlou
Addi,»» y t piti - t-v a l’O Toll
They mad* I fell to 230,000 tons.
Andy Thorhaven of Bandon bus re the U. S regular army
<ms*x «tekt ti» su lirut- sta Ite.
If the general public had failed to
timed home utter receiving Ills ills tlie entire Journey in their car com
•hurge from Camp Kiurney, Cal Mr. ing by way of the Slskiyous an<. observe the Injunction« of the Food
Administration this country would
Thorhaven had been In tho service Grunts Pass and to the coast
have been In the throes of n sugar
«•ven months. He enlisted witli the Crescent City road.—Gold
famine before the end of August Our
nachltio gun company.
*r a H^rlruuf
t»n lenivi lluufrnr Vs. Il
visible supplies were so low as to bring
Mr. und Mrs. M. A. Olsen proprie-
Lloyd Knapp who has been attend
great anxiety to those familiar with
ors of tlie Hotel Coos at Marshfield Ing the S. A T C. at O. A. C. re
the sugar situation. They feared that
■vert* here Saturday. Mr. Olsen hav- turned last week to his home at Port It would be absolutely impossible to
ng come over to meet Mrs. Olsen Orford
He was a member of the reduce consumption to a point where
who had been visiting relatives at Xggies football tea) i this year
sugar would no longer tie a mere lux
Knapp »III go to school the beginning ury in the American diet
of the new year but he lias not de
Few accomplishments of the Food
elded what school he will attend
Administration will stand forth so pre
At O. A C. lie was a member of the dominantly as this reduced consump
Cion of sugar. By It we have been able
nai al reserve.
to bridge over the period of stringency
Two accidents occurred at the Coos until the new beet and Louisiana cane
answer h based
sugar crops '».r» in sight
James McKenzie was badly
Now the nation Is In a position so
years of study an
injured by a tfmber from the scat
that If we choose we may return to
fold falling from a height of 20 feet our normal home use of sugar, and
rheumatism Is very often the
result of Infection reaching
upon him as he was working in tht Europe, with the release of ships to go
the bl<««t from infected gums
yards this morning
He was taken far afield, can maintain its recent re
and decay**! teeth, or by an
Infected tonsil. ' lint I have
sfrlcfed rations. If, however, those
none of those troubles ' you
lured ribs. He is about 60 years ot nations are to Increase their use of
say. t'haiK-ea are a few mln
utea examination will it n*
sugar very considerably it must be by
age J. S. Hayes had Ills nose fra*
tnfectlou soniewlier»* which 1»
our continued sharing with them
causing your "rheumatism.''
through limiting our own cunsump-
Deep seats**! tooth infections
At attempt w as made yesterday, it tlon.
are quickly located will* the
rhls Wondeef. 1 In
ven-ion *■ now bucv ««- illy
ashore at Port Orford, a week ago. AMERICAN SPIRIT
adapted to the use of the
RELIED ON TO WIN
but the success of the undertaking
has not been learned The machinery
Maay <lls»*ae> of chlldh.x-l
tn th» light of nucceedlng »vents It
' .is nil been removed and a picture
mar b» caused by Inti« lien
frôla « wtaeaww
Interesting to tecall th» confidence
per cent of cane« of ulceration
of the digest I * t* tract are
and dry on the sand
The hulk with which th» United States Food
found to be due to dental
appears sound but has a couple of Administrator vlew.ri th» gloomy out
Pu», oaring frota
teeth, rumi, lunmls. or atty
pounded tnto it. The high tide- look In July of 1917, when this coun
s. n.1 us your Bends by
other point In the body, may
of tlie past (ew days are very favor try had been In the war for less than
cause Infection In any organ
registered letter and re
of the boil y.
able to floating the boats and Ch.is four months and the Germans were
ceive highest market
pkt alelan and Burgeon ofteu
stendlly sending the western front
Marks expects to get her off withou
price by return mail
gei'onimend tin* curing of
nearer and nearer to Peris.
tooth troublna before the»
trouble with a block and tackl.
attempt to treat other all-
•‘Eten though the situation In Eu
UN STOCK A IMIN1*
noi* may be gloomy today," h» de
Miss Frances Williams, the good dared In a public statement, “no
g.rl at the Postoffice, wore American who has knowledge of the
t ntral Buildlug
results already obtained In every dl
a brighter smile than ever Tuesday
SE V I TI E. W ASH
She had Just receive,! a letter from rectlon need have one atom of fear
her brother. George Williams, who Is that den* ■ racy will not defeud Itself
with the l* 1st division American In these United States."
Do Bad Teeth
THAT YOU MAY HAVE
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Coos & Curry Telephone Co
Have Just secured the agency
this machine. The CLEVELAND
Track Laying Tractor and the
best adapted for this section of
Write or telephone for literature
and infoi mation.
F. L GREENOUGH
Andy used to buy
the biggest plug
for the money
’till one day Barney gave him a chew of Real Gravely.
It was an hour or more
before Andy said any
thing. “How much
longer does this Grave
ly hold its good taste?”
he says.— “Two or
three little squares last
me all morning,” an-
swers Barney. “ This
class of tobacco lasts
so much longer it costs
no more to chew it than
ordinary plug costs.”
It r»»r further — that't «-At m
n- fri ihr find tj,t, ,f tkli
rtiluii tutru mt.
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
____ gcAt piece packed in