Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957 | View This Issue
. - . .... . --.,
' . i' J
THE-COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGONJHURSDAY, JANUARY 20, .19.10 EVENING EDITION
You Need an Electric Iron
BECAUSE IT SAVES YOU WORK,. MAKES YOUR CLOTHES LOOK
NICER AND FREE PROM SMUT A ND DIRT.
COME IN AND TRY. ONE., 1
WE AUK' HBR FR BUSINESS
arsleU Qcclric Fbbre and Sapply Hme
i4a bikawa:V orroMTK tombs' office.
wa o ggg
a-a-w--- ww y m ' -- ;--"
I SPECIAL SALE LANTERNS
L" ' THIS WHEKAT
PIONEER HARDWARE CO.
' NO. 1 TUBULAR LANTERN OOo Special 50c
' NO. 1 COLD 1JLAST 85c Special 05c
ir NO. 2 COLD BLAST $1.00 Special 85c
,: NO. 2 COLD BLAST COPPER FOUNT .. ..$1.75 Special $1.50
NO. 1 HOOD LANTERN $1.75 Special $1.50
NO. 1 DASH JiANTisiiN $1.00 Special 75c
Kruse & Banks ohip Building Co.
: Agents for San Francisco Standard, Marine, Stationary, HoLst and
(By Associated Press.)
OREGON Fair tonight, east-
O LOCAL TEJ1PKHATURH RK-
For twenty-four hours end-
lng at 4:43 p. m., Jan. 19, by
' Mrs. E. Mingus, special govern-
ment meteorological observer.
At 4:43 p. m 47
Wind, Southwest; cloudy.
tlon showed that thero was absolute
ly no foundation for the story.
Pugilist Coining Al Neill has
wired John Hcrron that he and Joe
McGinn, a 145-lb pugilist, will leave
San Francisco on the M. F. Plant to
day for Coos Bay. McGinn is to
meet Jesse Day here Saturday night,'
January 29. McGinn Is declared to
be a very clever man, having recent
ly put Kid George out in two
rounds. He has been In training at
'Frisco and Day is now working hard
to get ready for tho bout.
V f T X
I rersonai Ftotes
MARK GETTY of Empire, Is
HENRY HIGGINS of Ten Mile, Is m
Marshfleld on business.
Hand Infected. Martin Russell
of Libby, Is suffering from a sever
ely Infected hand.
: MARINE AND STATIONARY ENGINES FROM 3 TO 125 II.
f MARINE HOISTS FROM 5 TO 10 II.
: PUMPING ENGINES.., 2 11.
Information furnished by writing or inquiring nt ship yard
NORTH BEND, ORXGON
in iji i -yw""- lf w
Puys Home. Hugh McLaln has
purchased the Fisher Home, north
I of tho Central school building. The
I price paid was $3,000 and the salo
was made through the Title Guaran
tee and Abstract Company.
If You Want a Steak
That's Just Right
Order it at tho Union Meat Market. We handle only the best and
freshest of meats and you will certainly bo pleased If you place
your order with us. Call and ece our holiday meats whether you
buy or not.
UNION MEAT MARKET
PIIOKB 5JW MAKSHFIELD, ORB.
Condor In Storm. Operator
Shirley of the United Wireless' sta
tion, last night picked up a message
that tho Condor, a gasoline schooner,
had Anally reached port after being
buffeted about for two days by a gale
between the Columbia River and
Hold Social. Last evening tho
ladles of the Methodist church gave
Iheir regular midwinter picnic at the
parsonage. About sixty were pres
ent and the affair proved a most de-
'llghtful one. Talks were made by
F. E. Allen, Frank Sumner, Rev. H.
I. Rutledge and others. '
NEW BOAT TO PLY
WATERS OF SIUSLAW
The Steamer Favorite Will Be Taken
There. From .Coos Bay.
Tho Florence West says: "The
steamer Favorite which has been at
Coos Bay for a year or two, past, is
soon to be brought to the Sluslaw
and go on the run between Florence
"The Favorite Is a flno lavgo
steamer with two decks and two cab
ins and can carry about 125 passen
gers. "Captain Ludwig Christensen, who
Is well and favorably known to tho
people of this vicinity, will be in
command of the craft and look after
the. needs of tho passengers.
"The Favorite formerly piled on
the Coquille and went from there to
Coos Bay. It Is the Intention 'to
bring the boat here as soon as the
weather Is favorable for the trip on
This Is not the steamer Favorite
which was taken away from here
some twenty years ago, but Is a new
er and much larger boat.
W.. P. EVANS of North Bend, is a
Marshfleld business visitor today.
MRS. FRANK ROGERS of South
Coos River, is visiting friends in
P. L. PHELAN, tho Myrtlo Point
mill man, is in Marshfleld today
A. R, COX, who has been visiting his
parents in South Marshfleld, has
returned to Ten Mile.
D. WOLCOTT Is assisting at tho
Flanagan & Bennett bank In the
absence of Malr Dano.
KID FREEMAN, a well-known truck
gardener of Bangor, was in Marsh
fleld today on business.
DR. and MRS. WM. HORSFALL
will entertain at- cards Tuesday
evening, February 1, in honor of
the Bridge Club.
THE KIND THAT THEY ALL WANT
25c Per Package
Soils Land. The Archer Land
Company has sold two forty-acre-tracks
of their holding at Eastslde
to Minneapolis parties. Henry Seng
stacken has been elected secretary
of the company to fill the vacancy
caused by G. W. Carleton's resignation.
W. O. W. INSTALLATION.
)ST Gold link cuff button with
diamond setting. Reward for re
turn to John Herron at the Bell
ADDRESS WANTED Any person
knowing tho address or where
abouts of Russ Nasburg, late of
Marshfleld, will confer a favor by
addressing J. M. Upton, Marsh
I LOST On Sunday, between Central
avenue and Hall avenue on Broad
way, rosary beads. Return to
Times for reward.
ST Eagle watch fob.
Times' ofllco for reward.
R SALE New launch hull, 28
feet long, C ft. beam. Never had
in englno In It. $200 less than
cost price. At Allger's boat house,
'It SALE OR TRADE For real
'state, gentle team of horses, har
ness and wagon, also ten liorse
)o'er boiler and four horse en
gine. P. o. Box 275, North Bend.
OMS FOR RENT Newly fur-
ilshed. Reasonable, phone 1G5-X
ST Flat brown fur neck scarf
ist week. Finder, please leave at
'Rumor AVreck. Last evening,
somebody in North Bend started a
rumcr that another vessel had been
wrecked on the coast north of Ban
don and that it was thought to be
one of tho Simpson fleet. Investlga-
Will receive the best attention at tho
store that makes a specialty of Its
precrlptlon department. The assort
ment, care, skill and attention will
Here everything centers about this
department. We aim to maintain a
WANTED To buy from tho owner reputation for accuracy and rellabll
a coup'lo of good lots not too far After that we want th,s tQ bQ
out. State price and terms. Ad- , ....,,
,, . iknown as a store that fills prescrip-
dress, "Buyer," Times. !
tions at lair prices.
New Officers of Coos Bay Camp As
At the regular Bession of Coos Bay
Camp, No. 196, Woodmen of the
World, held last evening, the newly
elected officers were Installed by dis
trict organizer, J. P. Smith.
Coos Bay camp is forging ahead
rapidly these days, "something do
ing" .every meeting.
New candidates are being Initiated
Into the mysteries of Woodcraft at
each camp session, and tho member
ship has now passed the 200 mark.
The officers for the ensuing term
are as follows:
Consul Comman'der J. Leo
Adviser Lieutenant D. L. Dim
mlck. Clerk W. U. Douglas.
Banker Israel Lando.
Escort Albert Abbott.
Watchman H. J. Mohr. ,
Sentry David Mussen.
Manager Hugh McLaln.
F. E. ALLEN returned yesterday
from a trip to Myrtle Point and
other Coquille Valley points. He
reports everything prosperous
MI8SES THEA KRUSE and Ger
trudo Mandigo and Mrs.' Warren
Painter of North Bend, were
guests of Marshfleld friends yes
WARNER OGREN and Jay Tower
'returned last evening from a 'few
days hunt in the Sand Hills. 'Game
wasn't very plentiful but they had
a good time.
ALONG THE WATERFRONT.
The Salvator arrived in from the
south last evening and will load with
lumber at tho depot wlmrf for San
Pedro. She was towed up by the
Clem Painter, Captain of the Flyer
is taking an enforced vacation as
a result of a carbuncle on his hand.
Capt. Leneve of Coquille, is taking
his jriace on tho Flyer. '
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
The A. M. Baxter, which has been
ready to sail for a few days, was
towed to the lower bay this morning
and will sail for San Pedro just as
soon as the weather Is favorable.
SAYS REFUND WILL
During year Thero Were 314 Births
niul 103 Deaths In County.
The Coquille Sentinel says: The E. F. Morrisscv Exntntns Oo..,,no,ii
v 4 .....v..,.
DRY KINDLING WOOD For salo
You can get no better service or
cheap at CampbelUs Wood Yard, better drugs anywhere. " The matter
No;fh Front street.
rvR RENT Store in Coos Building.
Apply at Woolen Mill Store.
R SALE Plnno, couch and mis
Ion chairs, cheap. Apply 547
YOU WANT TO SELL? If you
'ant to sell your business of any
Ind, or If you want to sell your
"operty, and will make tho price
eht, I would like to hear from
ou. Give descrlntlon and Drice.
ddress J. E. Smith, 513 Cham
er of Commerce, Portland, Ore.
1 1 AVn UYTTI Formerly tho Garfleld
LLUILI nUlEL only family hotel In town
Opened under new management, "riiorouithly
romodoled und refurnished, Rates 5oc ta $1
day or; $2 to $5 per week. Special rates by
the month . Free tat . Hne Marine View.
L. V. BRIDGES. Prop.
Uso The Times' Want Ads.
jCook With Gas
Cook With Gas
Cook With Gas
of price you can easily determine for
Brown Drug Co.
SIXTY CENTS PER DOEN
V PINTS for
I "High Life"!
A Steam Beer. 1.20 FOR FIVE
so on .. in. i
v - . "'"
I gnnunucK. ruuuujuur uruor to
? COOS BAY EAGLE BREWING 1
? PHONE 277 MARSHFIELD ?
"AX RAGS Wanted at ""The
HXITlTRi.:iiofl1is,e4l French or
and polish and flno painting done
PPly W. J. Scott, caro Times.
1 1UJXT- RreaUwntcr hotel. Ap
7 "obert Marsden, Br., at Coos
y Liquor Company.
XTEn1Inusc,vork b ho .
eal Tho Times' Want Ads.
,X EVERYTHING FOR A BOAT a
COOS BAY GAS
& ELECTRIC CO!
year 1909, just closed, showed a
marked Increase In the population of
Coos county from the natural
source. No statistics have been as
yet complied which show the" in
crease from other sources. During
the year there were 314 births and
but 1G3 deaths In the county, show
ing a natural increase of 151. This
shows an increase of over ninety-two
per cent and had the population In
creased In other ways in tho same
proportion the population of tho
county would be nearly double what
It was at the beginning of the year.
Following is a list showing the
births and deaths for each month of
Month Births Deaths
May .' ..25
October . . . .23
Perfection of Clear Hanava goods.
Coos Bay Oil & ?
Waterfront, Near Market St., y
You want to buy your grocorlos
from us because you want the best.
If you don't And it so, we want to
return your money.
Contractor and Builder
A 0 -jrt!
Cornor Commercial and Second St
F!ff '-en ' r' expfrimu lias tuiixht t
nn,i i "1 I - mi r 'i i jrk i 1 I
Pikci CuntilUM Will j L
813 South Kecc ' t
1 MAIWHFIELD, yJXA.
All Coos County warrants drawn
on the General Fund and endorsed
prior to Soptmeber 1..1908, will bo
paid on presentation at my office In
Coquille, Orogon. No Interest will
be allowed on any of those warrants
after January 22, 1910.
Dated this 19th day of January,
1910. T. M. DIMMICK,
FOR SALE TENTS, PACK SAD
DLE.NEW AD SECOND-HAND
GOODS OF ALL KINDS. 180
HHOAinVAY, 2JMIANR STORE.
Avenue 'Paving Contract -Q. W.
Small Enters Protest.
"The 'Commercial avenue property
owners who are protesting against
the cost of their paving seem to have
forgotten tho fact that we stated ex
plicitly that we would refund ten per
cent to all property owners Who paid
cash for their work," said E. F. Mor
rissey of the Coos Bay Paving and
Construction Company, this morning
"The city engineer's estimate of th
cost of the paving was $5,387.05 and
the contract was awarded to us for
?5,C4C. Now ten per cent of tho
contract Is ?5G4.G0, which deducted
makes our contract. Price really $5,
081.40. ,sWe had to bid high on tho bonds.
Wo have had to carry them and are
just now able to place some of them
at a discount. Tho cost of getting
the bonds In shape to sell and the
discount makes a loss to us, oven
when we are allowed ton por cent to
handle them;" '
Small .Maintains Claim.
D. W. Small maintains that his
Flanagan avenue contract provides
that ho shall bo paid thlrty-flvo
cents per yard for tho 8,700 yarde
estimated instead of only thlrty-flvo
cents per yard for tho dirt actually
removed. Tho latter interpretation
was placed on tho contract by City
Attorney Goss at tho council meet
ing tho other night. Mr. Small says
other attorneys say otherwise.
FLOUR 81.00 at HAINES.
Send that ordor for seeds to Portland
or San Francisco, but bring it to us.
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
Dally Real Estate Reports Furnished
By Title Guarantee nnd Abstract
Co., Henry SengwtncUen.
December 30, 1909.
John K, Kollock et al, to H. P.
Hunter; deed. Lots 1 to 4, blk 10
Misland Addition to North Bend.
John Mlchaelbrlnk et ux, to A. IC
Pidgeon; deed. NE& of SW&, sec
19, twp 24, R 11. Consideration.
J. Nelson to Margaret E. Bridges;
deed. Lot 5, blk N, Western Addi
tion to Marshfleld. Consideration,
December 24, 1909.
U. S. of A. to Joseph N. Weather
by; patent. NEU, sec 32, twp 25,
Joseph M Weatherby et ux, to "Al
fred N. Ogle; deed. NE&, sec 32,
twp 25, R 10. Consideration, $G40.
Waldemar Seton et ux, to L. A.
Burckhardt; deed. Parcel of land
beginning 192. G ft N and 858 ft S
of W. y4 corner of sec 12, twp 26,
R 13. Consideration, $20,000.
December 27, 1909.
F. R. Grlflln, to Irving J. Luco;
deed. Lot G, blk 6, Ocean View Ad
dition to North Bend. Considera
Stephen P. Keith et ux, to W. A,
Gllmore; deed. Lot 10, blk 7, Seng--stacken
Addition to Marshfleld. Con
John W. Cook, to Morris. Hovland;
deed. Lot 15 and 1G, blk 14, plat
A Bangor. Consideration, $10.
G. P. Mulcahy et ux, to Lililcr
Lemcke; deed. Lot 20, blk 11, Ed
monston's Second Addition to Marsh
fleld. Consideration, $1.Q0.
H. M. Mercer, to C. L. Mercer;
deed. Lot 21, blk 15, North Bend,
December 28, 1909.
C. A. Smith Fir Company, tov
Smith-Powers Logging Company;:
deed. Lot 7, sec 31, twp 25, R 12.
Emma Nasburg, to J. Wm. HiH
strom. Lot 11, blk 49, Nasburgs
Addition to Marshfleld. Considera
December 31, 1909.'
Frank J. Hayes et ux, to Wm. TV
Moffett et al; deed. S'fc of lot 2, bit
S, North Marshfleld. Consideration,
Levi Smith et ux, to Home Trust
Company; deed. Lots 6 and. 7, blfc
G, Marshfleld. Consideration, $500,
Simpson Lumber Company, to B. F.
Wyatt; deed. Lot 28, blk 44, North
Bend. Consideration, $5.00.
Chas. Lichtwerk et ux, to Bennett
Trust Company; deed. Lot 8, bile
27, Clements Plat of Marshfleld. Con
Elmira Ferguson, to Joseph N.
Pomlnvllle; deed. 9;16 'acres ot
land beginning 28.47 chs N and G.10
chs E or SE cornor of NE Y , sec 11,..
twp 20, It 13, Consideration, $10.
January 3 1910.
W. C. Muslck et ux, to W. H. Nor
ton; deed. Lots 2, 3, 5, 6 and 7,.
blk G, Sumner. Consideration, $215
C. E. Lonnan et ux, to Coos Bar
Timber Company; deed. E oC
SW54 and SV& of SEV4, sec 20, twp
30, R 12; SVi of SW, NE& of
SW, and SW of SE&, sec 1.
twp 25, R 11; lot 7, sec 18, twp 24.
R 10. .Consideration, $1.00.
Marshfleld Land Company to Wm.
Curtis; deed. Lots 3 and 4, blk 10,
Bay Park. Consideration, $10.
North Bend Iron Works, to Henry
G. Kern; deed. 0.58 acres boglnnlng-
80 ft E of NE corner of blk 51,
North Bend. Consideration, $5.00.
John B. Goddard ot ux, to Anna.
Hengea; deed. Lots 5, G and 7, bile
13, and lots 1, 2, 3, 20, 21 and 22,
blk 15, Portlawn Addition to North
Bend. Consideration, $10.
January 4, 1910.
Bennett Trust Company, to Geo.
F. Winchester; deed. Lot 1, blkr
32, Bennett Addition to Marshfleld.
January 5, 1910.
B. C. Bradbury et ux, to H. P",
Conloguo; deed. Lot 9 and N or
lot 10, blk 40, Railroad Addition to
Marshfleld. Consideration, $10.
U. S. of A. to Geo. H. Webor; pat
ent. SW'i, sec 34, twp 2G, R 14.
MORRISSEY can MAKE that
WATCH KEEP TIME. Bring it
around to tho OARLETON Jewelry-Company.
WE ARE STILL SELLING
SUIT IN AMERICA.
COME IN AND GET YOURS.
1 m A
J3. J3LA J1L S JsL