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THE COOS BAY TIMES MARSHFIELD, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1909 EVENING EDITION
It's As Good As Money
'ur bHf nH
A8 . .
and very often Peal EBtate turns out
to be a great deal better. It Jumps
in value much moro than cash can
earn Interest. 11 often doubles It
self in a very ftw years. We have
some most desirable parcels for In
vestment and you cauld not put your
spare cash to better use. Call and
talk It over with us. Remember the
biggest fortunes are now being made
in Real Estate, and to serve small
Investors we will sell you residence
lots In EASTSIDF from .$(S5 UP, on
terras $1 down and S3 per month.
& ABSTRACT CO,
General Apt its. Eastside.
A large new line of go-carts has
just arrived at our store and you will
do well to inspect them before you
anake a purchase.
Wo have also received a big as
-of thn very latest shades and de
signs. Call and see them and be the
judge as to the quality and price.
NORTH FRONT STREET,
Sound Ring Flour
Sound Ring Flour
in Every Home means a
NEW BERJIUDA ONIONS n
it TURNIPS Y
COOS RIVER RADISnES V
OALrFORNIA TOMATOES 1
J COOS RIVER RHUBARB ?
JC. W. WOLCOTT I
1 The Family Grocer
J Phono 071
Free delivery to any part of
T the city.
Y Front Street MorsIiAeld
Mrs. A. M. White
AND FANCY GOWNS
Ladles of Coos Ray Aro Cordially
Invited to Call.
Room 20, Rogers Building.
Corner Central Avenue nnd Broadway
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MASONIC OPERA HOUSE
Coos County Stock Co.
FMPAY, MAY 7th
In the 4-Act Comedy Drama
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SATURDAY, BIAY &
A Special Orchestra has been engaged for these
nights. Singing and Dancing New Spec
ialties between acts No long waits
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CARLETON JEWELRY COMPANY
FIRST tCRUST AND SAVING BANK BL1G MABSniTELD, ORE
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United Wireless Telegraph Company
OFFICE IN "TnE
Messages Received For All Ports of
If you are interested in the 7 PER CENT, PREF., PARTICIPAT
ING, FULL-PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE STOCK In the ahovo Com
pany, as an Investment, please call on or write
O. L. HOPSON, Fiscal Agt.
COOS AND CURRY COUNTIES, BOX 323, MARSHFIELD, OREGON.
HlflH fiRAFJF MFAT9 Tu0 oJor oi &00 roast beef however
IIIVJII UllrtLL. IfJLttlJ nppetking, can only be suggestive of
the delicious taste and flavor that goes with every piece of mi n sail
All ow meats are tho choicest we can produce.
R. h. Noble -TiTo CITY MARKET Phone 1941
C and Front Streets, MauUAeld Cegon
in clothes you get
STYLE of course
FIT of course
But here's the
unusual and im
portant thing you
get all-wool fabrics
at $10. to $25.
clothes that wear
best and hold their
Style isn't worth
much if the clothes
don't wear well.
Fit doesn't count
if the clothes soon
lose their shape,
craft not at high
pr ces but t $J0.
.iji-n-ij, .-,;,,. ,,. a.fr.
New Line, f
Solid Gold, j
Call and See Them
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(By Associated. Press.)
Oregon Pair tonight and
Thursday. Heavy frost.
PORT. For twenty-four hours end-
ing at 5 p. m., May 4, by Mrs.
E. Mingus, special government
Minimum ., 45
' At 5 p. m 50
Wind, Northwest; cloudy.
! HAGQUIST To Conrad Hagqulst
and wife at their home In West
Marshfleld, a son.
jHALL To Mr. and Mrs. R. Hall of
Ferndale, a daughter.
I Schooners Due. The schooners
j Bertie Minor, twelve days out from
I San Pedro, and the Esther Duhne,
I sixteen days out from the samo port
j are to load with lumber on Coos
East side Lecture. Mrs. Helen D.
Harford will lecture at the Eastside
school house, Thursday, May 6, at
2 o'clock p. m., and in the evening
at 7 o'clock on the temperance ques
tion. Overhaul Boat. The sternwheel
steamer Liberty which was brought
here from the Coqullle last fall and
which has been towing logs, is being
overhauled preliminary to entering
Schooner Conies Here. The gaso
line schooner Gerald C. came down
, from Astoria last week and it is re-
ported that she will be chartered
by the Hume estate for service be-
VV-v-ll wv.uo J .... .Qv- ..w..
Increase In Business. Captain
Alex Hall of the Eastside ferry, re
ports that 3,430 passengers were
the month of April,
I the largest number carried during
! any one month since the ferry start
!ed. Reduces Output. Peter Scott re-
B WEATHER FORECAST
CUT PRICES ON COAL
Beaver- Hill Coal, delivered $550 per ton
Beaver Hill Nut Coal, delivered $5 per ton
ORDER AT ONCE AT TnE OFFICE, 310 SOUTH BROADWAY,
OR PHONE 2011.
General Contractor and Dealer
Lime Plaster, etc.
POSITION WANTED By experienc
ed steam engineer just arrived
from New Yorlc, who can and will
make good, no boozer. Address
E' caro Times.
POSITION WANTED Experienced
bookkeeper and geperal office man
wants position. Can furnish best
of references and recommenda
tions. Address 'D caro Times.
WANTED Young woman to take
caro of an elderly lady. Apply
Mrs. Patterson West Marshfleld.
WANTED Teamster. Inquire C. A.
Smith retail lumber yard.
W1KTMD Carpentering aid Job
work. Cortkall, phone No. 561.
COAL UINBR3 WANTBD. Expert-
fd mm f mako 94 prr day.
Confortbl lodgings, new houses,
good boad. Strody work usfcur
rj. Taka Houthrr Pftciflo Const
Liae from San Francisco (o
ClkanAlor, 200 miles south. Stone
Canon Pacific from Chaaslor di
rect to Mines STONI CahON
COAT. CO., rtmip Onion, f'al.
FOR RENT Sevoral good dwell
ings. Aug Frlzeen, C8 Central Ave
FOR RENT Four-room
Apply The Gunnery.
ports that ho will not havo nearly
as much garden suff for the market
this year as ordinarily as about one
half of his garden plot was spoiled
for the year by the over-flow result
ing from the dredgo filling the Rail
road addition marsh. Ho has been
marketing some of the finest rad
ishes seen here lr a long time.
Young Couple Wed. Herman
Winders, an employe of the Smith
Powers Logging Company, and Miss
Lola P. Stoop, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. Stoop, were quietly mar
ried by Justice ,C. L. Pennock Sat
urday evening. They will resldo In
Carter Back Here. Andrew Car
ter, formerly second mate on tho
Alliance but who left that vessel a
couple of years ago, Is now first mate
on tho Bandon. The Bandon was in
hero yesterday, completing her cargo
at the railroad docks. She sailed to
day for Frisco.
New Minister Coming. Tho Rev.
Mr. Quickenden of Caldwell, Idaho,
will reach Marshfleld this week and
next Sunday will occupy the pulpit
In tho local Presbyterian church.
Tho church has been without a pas
tor for somo time and Rev. Quicken
den comes to look the field over.
Infant Child Dies. Tho Infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dur
rand died at their home in Flagstaff
last evening of pneumonia nfter a
brief illness. The funeral will be
held Thursday afternoon at 2
o'clock, tho Rev. Clevenger of the
First Baptist church, officiating.
Must Put In Drain. The city
council last night decided that F.
M. Frledherg must put in a drain
across his property In Railroad ad
dition, which was recently filled by
the dredge, to drain the lowlands
west of Broadway. Mr. Frledherg
had a box drain put in prior to the
filling but the box floated, making
AT THE HOTELS.
Thc Chandler S. M. Mauley,
Portland; J. B. Trembley, Myrtlo
Point; A. B. Jones, Portland; J.
Haas, Portland; H. B. Donahoy,
Portland; Wm. Candlln, Coqullle.
Tho Blanco C. McGovern, Rose
burg; E. C. Chase, South Bend,
Wash.; Gibson Myers and wife, Al
bany; C. Schroeder, North Bend;
Jas, Schafer, Allegany; J. H. Gerald,
Oakland; J. R. McDonald, Portland;
E McAllister, Allegany.
in Cement, Crushed Rock, Sand,
FOR RENT Four-acrs ranch, well
improved. Ekblad ic Son.
FOR SALE Well established deli
catessen business. Apply at Cor
nell's. FOR SALE Homestead claim 80
acres. All land taken around.
Elegant timber. Supposed to bo
coal also. At onf will releaso
tor $200 on account sickness but
must bo at once. 'A.M.' caro
Coos Bay Timos.
FOR SALE CHEAP One 28x8 foot
cabin launch, carries 30 passen
gers, will run in 14 inches of
water, new and In perfect run
One 14-ft,. launch 1 H.P.
Also a few rowboats Allger Boat
Company, North Bend.
Company, North Bend.
FOR SALE Marshfleld Skating
Rink. R D, L. Avary, owner
LOST Gold hjt pin, dtono setting.
Engraved "N." Please leave at
LOST Small black dog with rfd
leather collar ;su nraas padlock
with licence tflR l,eave at Times'
BMPLOYMEvt Agency, 08 Contra!
avenue, P O Box 383, Marshflold.
1 Personal Notes I
WM. CANDLIN of Coqullle, was In
Marshfleld on business today.
MISS MARY MCDONALD of . Black
Creek, is a Marshfleld visitor.
MISS MARY BLACK was down from
her Catching Inlet ranch today.
AUGUST CARLSON of Ten Mile, is
spending a few days in Marshfleld.
MRS. LAPALME of Eastside, spent
today as the guest of Marshfleld
JAY TOWER has returned from a
few days fishing at Ten Mile and
reports excellent luck.
ALFRED SAUNDERS of Empire,
was attending to business mat
ters In Marshfleld yesterday.
J. R. SMITH of the North Bend
hardware company, was transact
ing business in Marhfleld yester
day. EUGENE SCHETTER of Wedder
burn, is spending a few days with
his brother, Otto Schetter, In.
POSTMASTER W. B. CURTIS, who
has been suffering from a prolong
ed attack of la grippe, will leave
shortly for St. Martin's Springs,
Wash., to secure permanent and
quick relief which his friends
hope he will find.
A. MEREEN, general superintendent
of tho C. A. Smith mill, returned
vnafnrdnv vln T?ncolinrfr frnm 77 nv
, , .. D ,
Point where ho has been spending
a few weeks.
W. C. DODGE nnd O. Nllsen of Eu
reka, who have been at Rlverton
looking after improvements in
their coal mine there, left today
for their homo.
NORTH BEND NEWS
Miss Myrtle Hodson of North
Bend, Is spending tho week with
relatives in Marshfleld.
Mrs. M. D. Sherrard and daughter
Paulino and Miss Minnie Coy who
have spent several days visiting
friends in Coqullle, returned to their
homo in Bay City yesterday..
The Redondo which arrived In a
few days ago towed tho schooner
Omega up from Frisco to within,
about one hundred miles of C003
Bay when the tow line parted. The
Omega was then left to make tho
rest of the trip under sail.
Just before sailing for Portland
lato yesterday afternoon, tho Alli
ance took tho following aboard In
addition to those whose names wore
printed in Tho Times:
E. E. Elsworth, Bertha Long, E.
D. Payne and wife, C. A. Nebb,
Chas. Dorks, Mrs. H. E. Brennan,
Russell Brennan, Mrs. F. G. Hamlin,
Georgo Taylor, Burt Baylies, Mrs. W.
C. Cummins, Mrs. H. Menzles, Mrs.
W, G. Menzles, II. M. West, Mrs, G.
B. Duse, Joslo Duse and Olympia;
THE SICK LIST.
Vows ConcerniiiB tho Shut Ins antl
tho Convalescents On Coos Bay.
Mrs. O. P. Peterson of Eastside,
is reported ill at her homo there.
Edgar Stonecypher of Eastside,
is reported quite III with tho grip.
S. B. Cathcart's friends will bo
pleased to see him out again after
a threo weeks slego with the grip.
John Johnson, the sahor, who has
been suffering from a severe at
tack of lock-jaw at Mercy hospital.
Is roported Improving
Mrs. Cyrenu8 Stanford of Ten
Mile, Is reported very HI at her home
there. She Is threatened with a
second etroko of paralysis. Her
daughter, Mrs. Laura Houscr of
Oakland, Cal has been'ynt for.
MATCnLF.SS SODAS Tho result
of many years of experience, Made
f;om the best produpt obtainable and
with up-to-date methods. Alwayo
fresh, palatable and crisp. A fair
supply alwav on hand. For sale
nlv ar P -rCHL
L. J. POST
Contractor and Builder
Eighteen years' exper'once lias lanotit us a
molto "Takoourtlmuiintt dooiir ft right"
Prlca ConUri.nl Willi Beit Work
HC'i South Second Struct