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THE COOS BAY TIMES MARSHFlELD, OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 19, 1909 EVENING EDITION
What do you Think" if
"I borrowed money to buy my
Groceries at the Penny Grocery and
J And It pays me to da so."
That is a verbatim report of a
remark by one of our lady custom-
ers a few days ago.
And she was right. Buying and
selling for ca3h ve have no losses
'soi.we are able to save you 10 per
cent and more. See theso prices:
ICellogg's Toasted Corn 1 O"
FInkeji, n package 7:
Fruit Sugar, 100 pounds 0 CT fkt
sack, only pJvJJ-
Carnation Milk, J cans for..5C
Fresh Rancli Eggs 38C
Gnscno Soap, 5 bars for. . . i
Bull-Muson Fruit jars quarts
All other goods nt similar prices.
Try a sample order and see what
The Penny Grocery
NEXT DOOn TO BREAKWATER
Wo have a
Large Scow ,;
for Hire at "
$2.r( PER DAI. "?j
Coos Bay Oil & 111
Supply Co. .
Y Mnrslifleld, Ore., Phono 33 7
Two trips daily between Bandon and
Coqullle connecting with all Marshfleld
Leaves Dandon . ..0:45a.m.
Leaves Bandou ...1:20p.m.
, Leaves CoquiUe. . .0:15 a. m.
Loaves CoqulIIe ...4:00p.m.
Traveler! leavlne Marshlleld In the
1 morning reach Bandon at noon. , People
' hours in Uarshfleld and reach home tho
j.COQUILLE RIVER TRANS
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DIAMONDS, WATCHES and JEWELRY
Watch our window for the next few days and sea a beautiful
election of diamonds, which are going to be sold at a price so cheap
and payments so easy that every person can afford to wear a dia
mond. Elgin and Waltham watchea In solid gold, gold filled, solid sil
ver and nickel cases. We will furnish you in the next few days at
a price so reasonable that it will surprise you.
You surely will need a stop watch before going to the races.
We have them all styles and prices.
Our line of .Howard watches Is always complete, and anything
you or your friends want In a nice, neat and up-to-date piece of
jewelry where quality and price talk, come or send them to the
:; Carleton Jewelry Company
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. j
FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS RANK BLDG., MARSHFIELD, ORE T
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
BEAVER HILL COAL
Imported Cement, Crushed Rock Sand, Brick Lime, Wood and
Hair Fiber Plaster, Stone and Concrete Pedestal Blocks. Fllut
kote Roofing Paper.
Estimates furnished on nil classes of contract work. Phone 2011
810 SOUTn BROADWAY, MARSHFIFLD, ORE.
COOS BAY MEAT CO.
R. K. BOQTH, Pres. . J. M. BARKER, vlce-pres-
L. W. TRAVER, sec.-treas. HENRY HOLM, manager.
Corner Front Street and Central A ven no.
WE DEAL STRICTLY IN ALL nOME PRODUCTS.
Phono J 81 Froo Delivery to All Parts of the City.
Highest cash price paid for hld.es and wool.
Have You Heard the Latest
DESIGNS IN WALL PAPER HAVE JUST BEEN RECEIVED?
WE NOW HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF WALL
PAPER AND PAINTS IN THIS PART OF THE COUNTRY.
BAYSIDE PAINT COMPANY
Coos nidg. 65 Market Ave.
, . The
a Every new Hat Idea rep- n
resented in our Fall Stock, a ;
Mill to Man Clothiers
Best Ico Cream on the Pucllic
Coast Made at
YOU ARE THE JUDGE
If you want to get the want you
want to get, you want to get the
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NO SERVICE IS BETTER!
FEW 'ARE SO lOOD!
Phono SOO-L., Marshfleld, Ore. X
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(By Associated Press,)
OREGON Fair tonight and
Tuesday; northerly winds.
PORT. TEMPERATURE RE
For .twenty-four hours end
ing at 5 p. m., July IS, by Mrs.
E. Mingus, special government
At 5 1). in G2
Wind, Northwest; cloudy.
city council will meet Tuesday cven-
ing to take up various matters,
Send Horses Here. A drove of 50
head of horses went through" town
last Saturday bound for coos Bay.
I Drain Nonpareil.
Protest On Paving. Some of the
property owners along Anderson
avenue, formerly 'D' street, are pro
testing on bituminous rock paving
for that street.
Surprise Party. A pleasant sur
prise .party was given on Miss Lucy
Juza and Thomas and John Juza at
their home in South Marshfleld, last
Is Pound. Mrs. Riggs, mother of
E. E. Riggs, the photographer, who
was thought to be missing, was
found by Mr. Riggs. Owing to her
advanced age,, Mrs. Rigg3 memory is
falling her and she became lost.
Spikes His Fot. Monohan, the
big first baseman of the Marshfleld
team, stopped on a nail yesterday
morning, the steel penetrating his
foot for a couple of inphes and leav
ing a painful although not serious
Move Machinery. The paving
machine which has been stored on
Front street during the winter, has(
been moved to Second street direct
ly opposite the Lattln Hotel, where
Messrs. Morrissey and Whitmore
are erecting a warehouse.
Help Railroad. G. W. Carleton
reports that good progress is being
made in collecting for the new rail
road and that everybody seems to be
a - a - a - a - a - a - a - a - a - a - a - a - a - a
For Canning. Now is the .Time. Ask Your Dealer.
A Large Shipment on the next Plant.
FOR RENT Furnished housekeep
ing rooms. Inquire Market near
Broadway. Phone 197X.
FOR RENT Modern house of six
rooms. Phono 270J.
FOR RENT Two large finely fur
nished rooms. Inqulro Mrs. Bar
rie, 280 Eleventh street.
Bulldlng. -2 front offices In Coos
Apply to janitor in
building or A. O. Rogers.
WANTED Young man to assist in
, forestry work In woods. One
having sqme experience in cook
ing preferred. Phone W. J. Con
rad at C, A, Smith Mill.
WANTED Girl for general house
work. Good salary. Apply Mrs.
WANTED Carpentering' and Job
work. Cortbell, phone No. 661.
WANTED Girl for housework,
small family, no children, good
wages. 'X,' cares Times.
IF YOU NEED:
FRESn BUTTER, SWEET CREAM,
STERILIZED MILK OR ICE
Call up Coos Bay Ico and Cold
Free Delivery 8 a.m. and 2 p.m.
willing to help it along. Mr. Carle
ton says he is well pleased with the
spirit that is being shown and is con
fident that enough money will bo
secured to put on a second gang of
Start Building' Soon. The new
building jvhlch will bo erected for the
Allianco company on Front street
just south of Central avenue will be
started within a short time, possibly
Report Thefts. Residents of West
Market avenue report a number of
petty thefts from around their homes
the last week or so. Canned goods
appear to hove been the special quest
of the burglars and it is suspected
that some boys have been guilty of
Launch Party. Tho party given
by Miss Laura Kruse yesterday to a
i number of North Bend and Marsh
fleld young people, was one of the
most delightful of the season. A
picnic in the Sand Hills and visit to
tho beach were features of the day's
outing. Details of the event will bo
given in tho social department of
The Times Saturday.
Has Paralysis. In a letter to Mr.
Lusc, Gabe Wlngate now of Astoria,
but formerly superintendent of the
Eastport' mine, says that Leon Man
sur, for years connected with the
Simpson Lumber Company, has sus
tained another paralytic stroke and
is in critical "condition. Mr. Mansur
was foreman of the Simpson Mill at
Knapton for years.
Cossett is Dead. A letter from
Ray Lee, tho young Marshfleld lad
! who accompanied U. M. Boynton with
his horses from here, conveys tho in
formation that Cossett, tho fast mare
that was taken sick during tho trip
from here to Portland died a few
days ago. Cossett was one of the
fastest jumpers that ever ran on the
Marshfleld track and local horsemen
will sincerely regret Boynton's loss.
Oil Prospects. E. M. .Andrews re
turned yesterday from Bandon
where he has been looking over tho
land in regard to oil. When asked
today if he thought anything would
be done around Bandon in the oil
line, Mr. Andrews said that he did
not think his company would do any
thing there. He also said that the
company formed to operate in that
section last year had gone south so
far Into Curry county as to bo en
tirely too far out of his territory for
investigation. Mr. Andrews reports
that everything Is progressing nicely
and that operations will be com
menced as soon as the required
amount of land Is signed up. Col.
Mundy and Mr. Perkins are expected
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FOR SALE A No. 1 dairy cow with
calf. Enquire Pioneer Hotel,
FOR SALE 40 acres of land. 20
acres bottom. 10 acres cleared.
On boat line. Close In. Price
$2,200. W. B. Cox, agent, Marsh
fleld. FOR SALE Thoroughbred mare.
Drives single or double. Good
saddle horse. Inqulro Sam Mars
den. FOR SALE One 16-foot row boat
in good condition, cheap. Apply
Pacific Launch Works.
HOTEL FOR SALE Good furniture
Lease. Address 'A B' care Times.
FOR SALE Blacsmnlth tools and
shop at North Bend. R. N. Emery
FOR RENT One furnished front
room. Call 1C8 Broadway, South,
EXCLUSIVE TERRITORY given to
live agents for the salo of Gloria
instanteneous lighting systems.
Small capital required to handlo
I best lighting system made. For
, particulars and information, ad
dress Tho Instantaneous Light Co.
Salem, Ore., agents for Oregon.
I Personal Notes
LEE BETHEL went to Coqulllo this
A U. MADDEN left for Myrtlo Point
this morning on business.
D. L. AVERY went to Coqullle this
morning on business.
C. B. SELBY made a business trip
to Myrtle Point today.
MRS. CLAUDE STUTSMAN Is a
Marshfleld visitor today.
J. J. CLINKINBEARD of Coos Riv
er was a Marshfleld visitor today.
MISS MARY BLACK will leave on
tho M. F. Plnnt for San Francisco.
T. C. RUSSELL and wife of Beaver
Hill, were Marshfleld shoppers to
day. W. E. BEST left this morning for
Roseburg and other Umpqua valley
MRS. CHAS. DOxVNE is visiting with
Mrs. E. Hodson and other friends
on Coos River.
A. E. SEAMAN, Lillian Seaman and
Virginia Clarke came down from
Coos River today.
u. jA.Mn,a, or aait L,aue uity, wno
has been- visiting here, left this
morning for CoquiUe.
MISS EVELYN ANDERSON return
ed today from CoquiUe where she
has been visiting friends.
MISS JOTTY WATSON of Coqullle,
came over today for a short visit
with her parents at Coos City.
MRS. J. SHILLING will spend a week
or so at "Dreme Lodge," Major
Tower's summer home on Coos
A. SS I. F. BUNCH, who has been
visiting with friends in Marshfleld,
returned to her homo in CoquiUe
THE McARTHUR and HILDE
BRAND families spent yesterday
on Coos River at the W. C. Brad
MRS. ROSE ARRINGTON has' gone
to Coos River where she yill visit
at the ChandlerM'and O'Connell
PRENTIS N.GRAY, of the Steam
ship Alliance, and his wlfo arrived
here today from San Francisco on
the Nann Smith.
W. H. WEBSTER, of Arizona, who
has been on the Bay tor a tew days
left this morning for Coqulllo
, where ho will visit with friends.
MRS. HAYES TEMPLE and child
ren returned this morning from a
business and pleasure trip to Port
land and Willamette valley points.
MISS EUGENIA SHILLING returned
yesterday from Coos River where
she has been visiting with Miss
Helen Bradley at the Bradley
DR. C. W. TPWER and Miss Nellie
Tower went up to their South Coos
River bungalow yesterday. The
family will move up tomorrow or
the next day. ,
MR. and MRS. HYDE, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Farrin, Mr. and Mrs. John
Somers and Wm. Dlndlnger spent
yesterday up Isthmus Inlet pick
MRS. Wm. WARWICK will leave to
morrow on the Allianco for Port
land, whero she will meet her
mother, who Is coming to visit
with her from Ohio.
CAPT. C. W. HARRIS mado a record
breaking trip coming down from
Sumner, coming down with A. H.
Powers in tho General II. Mr.
Powers took some friends up on
the way to Roseburg and brought
Capt. Harris as a passenger on tho
return trip, making tho journey In
exactly 45 minutes. Capt. Harris
enjoyed the trip but ho says ho
thinks It a little too fast for real
LEE WEBSTER and wlfo passed
through hero today enrouto homo
to "Empire after spending a delight
ful Sunday at tho Mahaffy homo
on Coos River. There was sort of
a family rounion there yestorday,
a dinner being glvonIn honor of
Mrs. W. II. Webstor and John
Webster who arrived a few days
ago to spend tho summer hero.
Mrs, Wrebster is a sister-in-law of
Leo Webster and tho mother of
Mrs, Mahaffy, the latter being tho
wlfo of Mrs. Lee Webster's bro
ther. Others at tho family din
ner yesterday woro J. Vllgil Pugh
and wlfo of North Bond and Miss
Lou Mahaffy. Mrs. Webster and
John Wobstor aro from Berkeley
Springs, W.. Va.
"OASTLEWOOD" at the P, K.
EASTSIDE" I a winner.
NORTH BEND NEWS
Ralph Coke spent Sunday with.
Mr. Gresbeck will conduct a merry-go-round
In the ball park.
E. M. Coleman, with a party of
friends, spent Sunday on Coos River.
Ed. Lnngenberg and wife of Pros
per, have been spending a few days
at the Imhoff home.
F. P. Norton and wife of Marsh
fleld, were guests yesterday at tho
E. E. Hayes home.
The steamer Liberty took a big
raft of logs from South Inlet to tho
C. A. Smith mill.
Miss Lillian McCann is visiting at
the home of her sister, Mrs. E. R.
Hodson on South Coos River.
Dr. and Mrs.. Galo left this after
noon with the Misses O'Connor for a
few days pleasure up Coos River.
Wm. Vaughan, who has spent a
few weeks with his father at Mc
Minnville, returned today on tho Al
liance. The W. C. T. U. will meet Wed
nesday at 2:30 at tho Christian En
deavor rooms on Union avenue. It
will be a mothers' meeting.
The annual picnic of the North
Bend Lutheran Congregation at Mat
son's grove on Catching Inlet yester
day was, largely attended and a fine '
time Is reported by all.
MRS. E. JEURSEMAN Is on the sick
MRS. T. G. BARTON is confined to
S. J. STECKEL of Isthmus Inlet, is
reported quite low.
MISS ELLA KRICK, who has been
suffering 'a severe attack of Eryse
palts, is reported improving.
Mrs. Fish of Coqullle, and Mrs.
Hlscox of Bandon, wero able to
leave, tho Marshfleld General hos
Friends and Neighbors of C. G.
Larson of Bunker Hill Make Day
Memorable One For Him.
Yesterday marked tho fiftieth
birthday of C. G, Larson and a
score of friends and neighbors gath
ered nt their handsome new home at
Bunker Hill and made the event a
memorable one for the estimable
couple. Following the festivities ap
propriate for the occasion, Mr. and
Mrs. Larson wero presented a, hand
some lounge and somo silverware ras
tokens of the esteem In Which they
are held. Among those who were
present were the following:
A. J. Carlson and wife, August
Carlson and wife, Ben Matlson and
wife, August Frlzeen and wife, Ern
est Grandell and wffe, Axel Erlck
son and wife, Carl Anderson and
wife, Hanna Larson, Hilda Larson,
Mabel Matlson, Anna GIdmark, Miss
Ilellen Simpson, Honry Olson, Ckns.
Frodellus, Carl Mngnuson of North
Bend, Louis Nelson, Emil GIdmark,
Gust Anderson, Alfred Erkson and
j NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
I hereby give notice to all whom
It'may concern that I will not be re
sponsible for bills contracted In my
' name by anyone but myself, or with
out my order,
JOHN ELLERBY, Sr.,
Dnted, Marshfleld, Oro., July 19,
"OARTLKWOOH" nt the P. K.
Two Round Trips Daily bet
ween Marshfield and
Leave Mnrslifleld at 7 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Leave Allegany at 7 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Most Scenlo trip Illdils section for
FRESH VEGETABLES EVERYDAY
Peas, Beans, Lettuco, Turnips,
Carrots, Onions Beets, Cucumbers,
IF. A. SACCHI
Have you something for
Try a Times' Want ad.
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