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THE QIQS IAY TIME MARSHFIELD. OREGOU, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1909 -EVENING EDITION
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The WOOLEN MILL STORE
MILL TO MAN CLOTHIERS
Market Ave. & Broadway
No one questions
Quality of Our Furniture
We Are So Far Ahead
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S argument. What we want H
Is Our Low Prices
. Prices Lower than anyone else's
Come in and
Get Our Ideas, Terms and Con- tt
ditions before making your
OF THE FIRST CLASS
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: Latest, Jewelry Styles
Jewelry and TTatcti Repairing n Specialty Onr Friw Are Right.
CARLETON JRWELRY COMPANY
FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS I1ANK BLDG., MARSnFIHLD, ORH
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A Want Ad will
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Its the sort of suit
you'll always see a
when good dressers f
get together. ?
Swell enough for a a
neat dresser and
modest enough ior V
Its Right in Har
mony with what
fashion calls jjjfor in
fabrics and what
sty le demands incut
The Suits come at
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the Style or the
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We hare Just received a larg
consignment of new Jewelry, Includ
ing the latest designs In Jewelry nov
elties and regular goods. Among
the many timely articles are:
nEAUTr PINS BHLT PINS
WAIST SETTS TIE PINS
HAT PINS CUFF IiUTTONB
LOCKETS CnAINS AN CHARMS
These are all good goods solid
gold and are backed by the Carle
ton Jewelry Company's guarantee.
Dest and most eomplete line ot
watehes tor ladles, gentlemen and
children ever carried on Coos Bay.
sell it for you
(By AsoeIated Press.)
Oregon Fair tonight and
Wednesday; light frost in west
and heavy frost In east. North-
LOCAL TEJIPERATURE RB-
Vor twentv-four hdurs end-
ing at 5 p. m , April G, by Mrs.
E. Mlngus, special government
At 5 g. m 51
Wind, Northwest; clear.
Ladles to MtM't. The Ladles Aid
Society ot the Lutheran church will
meet in the church hall Thursday
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Buys ClK"r Store. Al. Owen has
purchased the Blanco Cigar Stand
from Messrs. Davis and Swanton and
will shortly take charge of It.
Made Long Run. The barkentine
Mary Wlnkleman, which Is loading at
the C. A. Smith mill, reached here
Sunday from Hilo, having made the
2,420 miles in nineteen days.
Go to the Valley "The Bell Boy"
company played to another big au
dience at the Masonic Opera House
last night. This morning, the troupe
started for North Bend where they
Many Ride On Ferry.--Capt. Alex
Hall, who has charge of the ferry
plying between Marshfield and East
side, reports that during the month
of March, the ferry carried 2,746
Is Total Wreck. The schooner
Chas. E. Falk, which formerly ran
Into Coos Bay and which was wreck
ed las week near Gray's Harbor on
Puget Sound .Is reported to be a
Put Up Signs Again. Henry
Sengstacken has revived his "It will
be built" signs that made such a hit
during the agitation that resulted in
the construction of The Chandler
hotel. This time It refers to the
WANTED Five or six furnished
rooms. Address 'T' Times Offlce.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work. Mrs. H H. McPherson.
WANTED Excellent chance for
party well acquainted in and
around Marshfield to secure per
manent and good paying position.
Apply J. Rosenthal, Hotel Chand
ler. WANTED Girl for general house
work. Mrs. W. T. Merchant.
WANTED Manager for branch of
flco we wish to locate h5ro in
Marshfield. Address, The Morris
Wholesale House, Cincinnati, Ohio.
WANTED Carpentering and Job
work. Corthell, phone No. SGI.
COAL MINERS WANTED. Experi
enced men can make. $4 per day.
Comfortable lodgings, new houses,
good board. Steady work assur
ed. Toko Southern Pacific Const
Lino from San Francisco to
Clinnslor, 200 miles south. Stone
Canon Pacific from Chanslor di
rect to Mines. STON CaaON
COATi CO., otone Canon, Cnl.
LOST Small red leather pocket
memorandum book. Finder will
be suitably rewarded. L. J.
Simpson, North Bend.
FOR f VLE Furniture for
rooms. Apply Times office.
Have you lost any article of
value? Try a Time' Want ad.
Coos Bay and Boise Railroad and
Mr. Sengstacken and the other
boosters are Just ns sure It will be
built as they were that the hotel
Dr. Ingram Moves. Dr. and Mrs.
Ingram have removed from their
apartments in the Rogers building
Into the Rennie home In South
Tlieile Loses. Wm. Theile pitch
ed last Saturday for Stanford Uni
versity against the University of
California. Stantord lost although
Theile only allowed three hits and
struck out six men.
AVeds In AVnsliington. Word has
been received here thai Mrs. E. B.
Burns formerly of Gold Beach and
who Is quite well-known on Coos
Bay, was married at Castle Rock,
Wash . recently to a Mr. Milton.
To Sell Ranch. Irving Chandler
and Frank Lalse have about closed a
deal through Mrs. Stutsman for the
sale of their ranch on Coos Itlver to
Mr. .and Mrs. Christine Herrmann
who came hero recently from 'Ber in.
Open Riverton .Mine. W. G.
Dodge. R. A. Poland and L. A.
Poland of Eureka passed through
here yesterday en route to the Co
qullle Valley where they will arrange
for operating the coal mine at River
ton al its full capacity.
To Christen Bnby. Tho young
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
McKcown will be christened next
Sunday at the Episcopal church. She
will be named Grace Elsie McKcown
in honor of her mother's mother, the
late Mrs. J. W. Bennett.
Is Better. Chas. Esterbeck, tho
well-known Catching Inlet rancher,
who was severely gored by a bull a
few weeks ago, Is recovering rapidly.
He Is now able to be up and around
but it will be sometime before he
fully recovers from the injuries.
AV1I1 Fish Here Capt. Boeth of
Yaquica, has brought the gasoline
fishing launch Gazelle to fish in the
banks off the shore between Coos
Bay and the Coqullle. After supply
ing the local market, he plans to
put the balance of his catch on Ice
for shipment Inland.
Moving to Ten Mile. Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. Prentiss are moving thei'
household goods to their new home
on the banks of Ten Mile Lake which
they recently purchased. The piano
and other effects were taken over
FOR RENT 12 Booms over Pion
eer Hardware Store, from April
12th. Also O'Connell's residence
on Market avenue adjoining Mc
Glnnes. Apply to Title Guarantee
& Abstract Company.
FOR RENT Fivo-room
close In. Phone 945.
FOIl RENT Furnished rooms. Ap
ply Mrs. Hazard or phono 71.
FOR RENT Small ranch with good
house. Some berries. Close to
'Marshfield. For particulars, see
Chas. Doano, Marshfield, Oregon.
FOR RENT Two-room house. En
quire Mrs. Jas Barrio or phone 825
FOR RENT Seven-room house,
Third and 'C Apply C. A. Smith
Lumber Yard, Broadway.
FOR RENT Four-acfo ranch, well
improved, Ekblad & Son.
FOR SALE A well established deli
catessen business. Cash or will
exchange for roal estate. Apply
FOR SALE Marshfield Skating
Rink. See D. L. Arory, ownor.
FOR SALE CHEAP Solid mahog
any dresser, chiffonier, mission
library table, writing desk, golden
oak buffet and iron bed. All used
only 3 months. Call at once on
Mr. Frederick, caro Mrs. Matson,
FOR SALE One good Upright
Piano or will exchange for real
estate. Will sell very cheap.
Piano can be seen at Robert
laBt wcok and Mrs. Prentiss has
taken up her home there. The busi
ness will bo continued hero and Mr.
Prentiss will divide "his time between
the "slmplo life" and commercial
At French Lick. Word has been
received hero that J. E. Oren, gen
eral manager of the C. A. Smith
mill, who went east recently for hla
health is now nt French Lick Springs
In Indiana. He Is somewhat Improv
ed. To Bury Kcnvin. The local Nest
of Owls Is making arrangements to
conduct the funeral of G. D. Kerwln
who was stricken by apoplexy after
falling from the launch Eagle Into
the bay the other night, Sunday. So
far, the lodge has beon unable to find
any relatives. Kerwln went under
tho name of Prof. J. Hamilton Car
harrt when following his vocation aB
a palmist and clairvoyant.
Mill nt Ten Mile. Gus Laksonen,
H. Kynell and Fred. Karl have ar
ranged to open their saw mill nt
i South Lake, Ten Mile, and to do a
I general contracting business In that
'section. They flguro that they will
be able to furnish nil the lumber
needed In that section from their
mill and that they will also be able
to do any or all contracting and
building that section may sfford.
NORTH BEND NEWS
Miss Bertha Kruse spent Monday
with relatives and friends in Marsh
field. Eugene O'Connell and daughter,
Miss Stella, of Kittyvllle, wore visit
tors in North Bend Tuesday.
Mrs. Butler and son and
Seelig of' Marshfield, wero
Bend visitors today.
Mrs. G. Goss and son George and
little daiightor Elizabeth of Catch
ing Inlet, were shopping In North
J. Denning, who has been critical
ly 111 at the homo of his daughter,
Mrs. Milton Ollvant, at Roseburg, is
now convalescent, and hopes are en
tertained for his recovery.
Carpenters have been at work on
a sled to bo used for the donkey en
gine at tho Pierco logging camp
above Allegany. Tho engine will ar
rive on tho next Alliance from Port
land. Geo. Seelig, who has been employ
ed with the Western Oregon Grocery
Company for the past flfteon months,
left this mornlnq for an extended
visit at his old 'homo In Germany
whero ho expects to romaln a year
beforo returning to Coos Bay.
Mr., and Mrs Thomas Coke of
South Marshfield, camo to North
Bend today to wish bon voyage to
their daughter, Miss Mildred Coke,
who left for Oakland on tho steam
er Plant. She will attend business
college and make her homo with her
aunt, Mrs. James Coke.
AT THE HOTELS.
Tho Chandler Irving Chandler,
Coos RIvor; Wm. Candlln, Coqulllo;
B. G. Sterling, Portland; Dr. C. W.
Endipott, Coqulllo; P. Demon, Berke
ley; II. M. Day Des Moines; H. A.
LIngloton, Portland; E. R. Smith,
Spokane; A. L. Young, Portland; E.
Galena, San Francisco.
Tho Bianco A. L. Hunt, Dennis;
E. P. Sommers, Portland; B. N.
Rounds, Portland; C. F. Hanson, San
Francisco; D. W. Wright, Weddcr
burn; Wm. Ross, Jones Inlet; H. W.
Grant, Rural; S Hosbrook, Acme;
J. Morgan, Coqulllo.
LADIES LATEST FASHIONS.
New and Up.to-Duto Ladles Tailoring
nnd Fancy Gown Parlors Opened
Mrs. A. M. White, an experienced
ladles' tailor, recently from tho
East, has opened a parlor for tho
prompt execution of orders in Ladles
Tailoring and Fancy Gowns. Sho
has rented tho Bulto of rooms in tho
ItogorB building lately occupied with
tho apartments of Dr. Ingram and
wifo. Sho will bo pleased to meet
the ladles of Coos Bay and consult
with them in the preparation of
olaborato evening gowns and ladles
tailoring of all kinds. Everything In
metropolitan fashions shown and
satisfaction is assured all who visit
these parlors at Room 2G Rogors
Building. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to the ladles of Coos Bay to
I Personal Notes
MISS MARY BLACk was in from
her ranch on Catching Inlet today.
II. C. DIEBS of North Bend, was In
Marshfield today on business. He
is Just recovering from a sovere
attack of the grip.
WM. WARD, who has beon logging
some of Major Kinney's holdings
on tho peninsula, is figuring on
opening a camp oil Daniel's Creek.
GEORGE HARRIS, who has been
visiting his brother, Captain Har
ris, at Sumner for several months,
left on tho M. F. Plant today for
FRANK DENNING, who was called
to Roseburg by tho serious illness
of his father writes that tho old
gentleman is much Improved and
is now out ot danger.
MISS LAUHINE MEBRYMAN ar
rived hero yesterday from Chico,
Cnl., to spend tho summer at tho
home of her sister, Mrs. F. C.
T. B. JAMES or North Bend, has
gone to Portland on business con
nected with the fWlst business
that he has started there'. He will
return on tho Alllanco next' Mon
day. E. POLLEXFEN left on tho M. F.
Plant today for San Francisco to
look after business Interests. He
will return In a couplo of wedks.
Mrs. Pollexfon Intended to mako
the trip but decided that It was
too arduous for her.
DR. A. L. HOUSE WORTH returned
yesterday from Gardiner where ho
was called to nttend tho four
months old child of (Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Hunt who has been seri
ously 111 for the past two weeks.
Tho little one will probably re
cover. MRS. PAINTER and Miss Maudo
Painter who'liavo been spending
tho winter with relatives In Okla
homa, are expected home on tho
M F. Plant next Monday. They
will be accompanied by a niece of
Mrs. Painter, Miss Maude Mock,
who will spend tho summer here.
Ursula Farrlnger who accompani
ed them to Oklahoma will sponJ
another year there.
JOSEPH BAUD DIES
AFTER SHORT ILLNESS
Succumbs nt General Hospital This
Morning Had Been In This Sec
tion For Many Years.
Joseph Baud, a French timberman
and logger, who has beon In and
around Coos Bay for several years,
died at tho General hospital this
morning. Ho had been ailing for a
week but not until yesterday was
his condition thought serious enough
to call a physician. Tho doctor im
mediately had him sent to the hos
pital but It was too lato to do any
thing for him.
But little Is known of Baud. He
was quiet and told few of his past
history. Ho was about seventy
years old and Is understood to havo
participated In somo of tho French
wars. Ho will be burled from tho
Tomplo & Wilson Undertaking Par
lors Thursday afternoon.
CHANCE FOR PROSPECTIVE
BUILDEBS AT TEN MILE
We are propared to furnish tho
lumber for any class of building and
nlso to build houses in reasonable
tlmoat reasonable prices.
TEN MILE LUMBER CO.,
CHEAP FRUIT RANCH.
1G0 Acres fruit land noar Coob
River, small portion under cultiva
tion A quantity ot good merchant
able tlmbor. Excellent for fruit or
I. S. KAUFMAN & CO.
Tho largest collection of souvenir
Easter cards ever shown in Oooa.
county now on sale at A. M. Pron
tlBS & Co., at from 1 cent to 75
Few Specials for This Week
Shredded Codfish 10c per can
Shredded Crabs 10c per can
Saratoga Chips . . . ,10c per package
Codfish Balls ........ 10c per can
Tcpplus ICc per oz.
F. A. SACCHI