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THE COOS BAY TIMES MARSHFIELD, OREGON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1909 EVENING EDITION
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Duy you can't "make light" of de
fective onos, because It la too serious
a matter, Never buy any kind of
property -without first baring the
title thoroughly searched. If you do
you may lire to regret it. Wo are
expert searchers of titles and can
give you excellent professional ser
vices for a small fee. You will find
it to your advantage to get acquaint
ed with us.
COME OUT OF THE COLD.
Wo car sell you good warm houses
In good location from $1,250 to
$1,400 title perfect.
for all. Just send your clothes to
our Laundry and they will be return
ed to you In a state of spotless purity.
Clothes last much longer when we
do your washing.
COLLARS, CUFFS, SHIRTS.
Family Washing, Childrens' Dresses,
etc., all laundered equally well.
Coos Bay Steam Laundry
Coal$5.00 per Ton
Dry Stovo Wqod f.OO per
tier. Wo solicit your trado. All
orders filled promptly.
COOS BAT FUEL. COMPANY
J. C. DOANH A SON, Props.
Phone C34 or Leave Orders at
I. S. KAUFMAN & CO.
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I best we can get
And our prices are based on
the merits of the goods. And
you can make no mistake by
adding your name to our stead
ily growing list or rogular cus
tomers. Fresh goods dally.
C. W. WOLCOTTa
HPlin Pamllif S2tisam ..
Free delivery to any part of
Front Street Marshfield
COOS BAY, ROSEI5URG A BAST-
KRH RAILROAD & NAVIGATION
TIME TABLE NO. 4.
In effect November 1, 1008. Dally
No. 6. No. 3. '
ON good a
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South P. U. A. M.
Marshfield Lt. 2.00 Lv. 8.30
Summit 2.30 9.00
Junction 2.37 8.07
Bearer Hill .... 2.50 ....
Coquille .... 9.20
Johnsons .... 9,35
Schroeders . ... .... 9.40
Myrtle Point . . . . Ar Ar.10.00
No. 4. No. 6.
North A. M. P. M.
Marshfield Ar.12.20 Ar. 5.30
Summit 11.40 6.00
Junction 11.25 4.45
Beaver Hill Lv. 4.30
Norway 10.27 ....
Myrtle Point ....Lt.10.20
of RUGS Just Arrived
Going h. Harvey Co
YOURS FOR QUALITY
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closes TOMORROW, SATURDAY NIGHT AT 0 P. M. We are
making a further reduction on Cut Glass and Clocks as follows:
ORIGINALLY CUT GLASS marked $10.00, NOW $20.00. All de
signs same proportion reduced to same prices ALAnM CLOCKS
marked $1.50, NOW 75c.
Our Diamond Stock Is best ever shown on Coos Day DIA
MONDS WE GUARANTEE ORIGINALLY MARKED $100.00,.
NOW $50.00. We compete with Portland and San Francisco on
everything in our line.
CARLE TON JEWELRY COMPANY
FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS RANK RLDG.. MARSHFIELD, ORE
Electric Washing Machine and Wringer
We guarantee It to net you over 150 per cent on the investment.
SAVES 1 day's wages (per week) for washwoman,
$1.50 n day, (52 weeks) $78.00 a year
SAVES meals for laundress, 25 cents per day, (52
weeks $13.00 a year
SAVES in wear and tear on clothes $100.00 a year
Total $101.00 a year
In larger households, using thes' figures s a basis, tho ELEC
TRIC machine will save $250 to $300 n year.
When the washing is done by your good wife vt will have to leave
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This popular hotel will inaugurate the $1.00 per day for room
and meals, commencing January 1, 1909. Meals will be served
in dining room at 25 cents.
Special rates by week and month. Good cooking. Good meals.
FERREY & FLANAGAN, Proprietors.
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COLUMBIA MACHINE WORKS
Cavanagh, Chapman (& Co. !
General Repair Work and Woodturning. Launches a Specialty
Foot of Queen Avenue, Marshfield ;
ELMER A. TODD, Director.
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SEE US FOR. FAIR, PRICES
NORTH BEND HARDWARE Sb SUPPLY CO
North Bend, Oregon.
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50 Per Cent.
Again we thank tho people ot
Marshfield who have taken advan
tage of our reduction sales which
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wringer will Inst n lifetime nnd Is
and ELFXTRIC Co.
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Piano Mr. Elmer A. Todd, Miss
Lucy S. Horton.
Voice Miss Mable Clare Mlllls.
Art of Expression Mrs. Rebecca
Luse-Stump, Classes In Har
irony, Sight Reading, etc.
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Movements of Vessels. The Deo
arrived Sunday from Day Point nnd
Is loading at the C. A. Smith mill.
Meet Tonight. The Mlllicoma
Club stockholders will hold their
annual business meeting at the club
rooms this evening to elect officers
for the ensuing year.
Council Tonight. The Marshfield
city council will meet this evening.
The most Important matter to come
up will be the ordinance for naming
and numbering the streets. A num-
8 ber of municipal matters are to
a come up also.
High Tide Today. The tide reach
ed one of the highest points of the
year this morning. For a time, It
broke through the dikes along the
railroad coal bunkers, but it started
receding before it had caused any
Liberty Repaired. The steamer
Liberty which was recently brought
to Coos Day from the Coquille has
been overhauled at North Dend and
yesterday was brought to Marshfield.
It is expected that she will be put
on a regular run soon, probably run
ning between hero and Allegany op
posite to the Alert.
Has Rare Coins. Mrs. J. A.
O'Kelly is the possessor of two of
the new gold coins issued from the
models made by St. Qauden's the fa
mous artist and sculptor under a
commission appointed by President
Roosevelt. The coins are the new
?20 and ?2.50 gold pieces, but the
Issue was stopped because bankers
complained that the raised figures
prevented stocking them in piles on
bank counters. The dies were
changed and the coins as now Issued
are smooth. The small num
ber placed in circulation after
the first issue makes these coins
much sought by coin collectors and
already a premium has been placed
upon them above their face value.
Many people when first shown these
coins think they are not genuine be
cause of differing from the old time
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Rhode
island Reds $1 per head. Eggs $1
per setting of 15. Mrs. J. H. Price,
A SNAP A good reliable gasoline
boat, suitable for pleasure parties
or heavy work. For particulars,
apply at John Dear's Livery.
FOR SALE Incubator and brooder
used only one season. Will be
sold cheaply. Address A. D. care
POSITION WANTED As salesman
and advertiser by young married
man with ten years experience,
wishes to become associated with
good firm. Address, Dox 387,
FOR RENT Largo storeroom, dou
ble front, adjoining Breakwater
warehouse. See Robf. Marsdcn or
FOR RENT Seven room house with
modern conveniences on Fifth and
D. Apply at R. Krugers.
WANTED One or more Lots. Cor
ner ones preferred. Price must
be low. Address with full particu
lars "L; Times office.
I WANT To quit 3aloon business.
Have fine proposition. Ask me
about It. Y. Z. care Times.
WANTED Carpentering and Job
work. Corthell, phono No. B61.
FOR RENT Furnished room. Mod
ern conveniences. Phone 1811.
HOUSE WANTED Immediately,
six rooms. Modern conveniences.
Address P. O, Dox 111, Marshfield.
If you will take Foley'a Orlno
Laxative until the bowels becomorcg.
ular you will not havo to tako pur
gatives constantly, as Foley's Orlno
Laxative positively cures chronic
constipation and sluggish liver.
Pleasant to take. For sale by RED
CROSS PHARMACY. John Prousa.
Timely Topics Talked About
Where Men Meet nnd
Mingle and Mlv Conver
sation With Com-
"That editorial on the cost of
raising a boy, was all right," re
marked Dorsey Kreltzer as ho stack
ed up a bunch of $20 gold pieces,
"but you omitted one important
item. You mentioned the financial
and physical cost of a boy to thf
father and mother but you aatd
nothing about what It costs th
grandfather. Now, there's that bty
of mine ", but at this point Cil
Grimes entered the conversational
game with the remark that "he was
worth several times the cost t,
"If you were told you could have
all the money you could carry a m'!
without resting you would probably
think It a great prize," remarked
a Marshfield banker today, "but It
would not bo such a large sum as
you think, altho much would depend
upon the coins given you. For ln
stance, $1,000,000 in one-cent
pieces would weigh over half a mil
lion pounds, or to bo exact 685,714
2-7 pounds. One million dollars in
gold weighs 3.G85, 5-7 pounds avoir
dupois; 1,000,000 trade dollar's
weigh CO, 000; ,$1,000,000 or 12 Vi
grains weighs 5S,928 4-7; $1,000,
000 In fractional coins weighs 55,114
2-7; $1,000,000 in five cent nickele
weighs 220,457 1-7; $1,000,000 in
three cent nickels weighs 142.S57
POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE
WILL WED WEDNESDAY
L. AV. Ilolmberg mid Miss Mac
Swanson ta Re United Tomorrow
Night, Will Reside Here.
Announcement was made today of
the marriage of L. W. Holmberg
and Miss Mae Swanson, two popular
Marshfield young people, which will
be solemnized in tho C. A. Smith
mill club rooms Wednesday even
ing. Mr. Holmberg holds a respon
sible position In tho offices of the
company and has mado many friends I
during his resldenco here. The,
bride-to-be has resided with her pa
rents at Day City, and has until re
cently been Identified with W. R.
Haines' office and also Dr. Schoon
maker's office. The young couple
plan to leave on the Nann Smith
this week for San Francisco where
they will spend their honeymoon.
A host of friends will unite In wish
ing them a long and happy voyage
INSTALL NEW OFFICERS.
Myrtle Lodge, Knights of Pythias
Myrtle Lodge, No. 3, Knights of
Pythias, held Its regular Installa
tion of officers last evening. There
were no ceremonies other than the
regular installation exercises. The
following are the officers Installed:
D. G. C L. A. Whereat.
C. C. Geo. Ross.
Vt. C. D. A. Jackson.
P. J. V. Hodson.
K. of R. and S. J. T. Hall.
M. of F. F. P. Norton.
M. of E. Geo. Winchester.
M. of A. Frank Dellon.
I. G. W. B. Curtis.
O. G. I. A. Hall.
Trustee. E. A. Anderson.
The Portland Oregonian speaking
of Mrs. May Dearborn Schwab's ap
pearance in concort In Portland, has
tho following appreciative notice:
Mrs. Schwab rendered Dell Ac-
qua's 'Chanson Provoncale' in a
brilliant manner and responded to an
encore w'th Durmeister's 'Persian
Song.' Mrs. Schwab Is a singer who
does not rely upon laurels won In
tho past, but 1b a constant and earn
est student of her art and her work'
last night further endeared her to a
public which is already her friend."
Mrs, Schwab will sing at the Cha
mlnade concert In Masonic Opera
House, January 27. Seats now on
sale at W. J. Dutler's.
Seats for tho Charalnado concort
now on sale at W. J. Dutler's offlco.
Co'mpreesed yeast nt Corthell's.
Rat Traps at MILNER'S.
Have you tried The Times' want I
L. A. LILJEQVIST went to Dandon
today on business.
DAVE WALLACE of Catching Inlet,
was in Marshfield today.
GEORGE RODERTS of Ten
was In Marshfield today.
MISS MUNSON of Ten Mile, is tho
guest of Marshfield friends.
MISS GRACE STARDIRD of Denver,
Colo., and Mrs. A. L. Hunt of
North Dend, wero Marshfield vis
GEORGE GOODRUM leaves on the
M. F. Plant tomorrow for San
Francisco. He will bo absent a
couple of weeks,
MRS. A. L. HOUSEWORTH has
practically recovered and is now
able to be about the house. She
underwent an operation a couple
of weeks ago. i
MRS. HENRY SENGSTACKEN and
Misses Genevieve and Doris Seng
stacken leave tomorrow on the M.
F. Plant for California where they
will spend tho remainder of tho
. L. DERGMAN of the United
States Life Saving Station at Gar
diner was in Marshfield today. He'
will visit his daughter, Mrs. Fred.
Holllster at North Dend before
MISS ANNIE SMITH of Kentuck In
let, was In Marshfield Saturday
and reports that her father, C. T.
Smith, is slowly recovering from
the stroke of paralysis which he
sustained a few weeks ago.
LANGDON SPOONER, cashier at tho
depot, who returned last week
from a visit with his parents at
Jennings Lodge, Ore., has gone to
Coquille to take charge of tho de
pot there during the absence of
Agent Paul Sterling who with his
wife Is visiting In various north
Thera li eolng to b a land open
ing at Roseburff, Ore., Janunry 20,
1909. For lists, blue print maps
with vacant lands marked thereon
and full Information regarding fil
ing!, ato., lend $2,00 to
ROBHBURG ADSTRACT COMPANY,
BUY your Tinware and Granlto
Ware AT MILNER'S. l
FRENCH LESSONS by Prof. C. A.
Gabernache, (the real Parisian
French Is taught) Four month's
study will Insure a good knowledge
of conversation. Phono Carleton
Dog Collars at MILNER'S.
While Goods at Cost
January 19, 1909.
We will close out all Ladies
Muslin Underwear at cost.
Former Price Price, Now
$1.75 Ladies' Gowns $1.12
$1.35 Ladies' Gowns 98c
$1.25 Ladies Gowns 83c
$1.00 Ladies Gowns 76c
$1.00 Ladies' Drawers. 76c
95c Ladies Drawers 68c
80c Ladies' Drawers 61c
75c Ladies Drawers 57c
60c Ladies Drawers 43c
50c Ladies' Drawers 39c
$2.25 Ladies' Skirts $1. 67
$1.75 Ladies' Skirts... $1.26
$1.50 Ladies' Skirts... $1.1 2
$1.25 Ladies Skirts 83c
$1.00 Ladies' Skirts 74c
75c Ladies' Skirts 56c
80c Ladies' Corset covers 62c
75c Ladies' Corset covers 57c
60c Ladies' Corset covers 43c
20c Ladies Corset covers 13c
Coos Bay Cash Store
Next Door to Chamber of
You would not delay taking Fo
ley's Kidney Remedy at the first sign
of kidney or bladder trouble if you
realized that neglect might result In
Drlght'a disease or diabetes. Foley's
Kidnoy Remedy corrects Irregula
rities and cures all kidnoy and blad-
CROSS PHARMACY, John Prousa.
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