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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1910 EVENING EDITION.
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TSi WOPLEN MILL STORE
Marshfield . Oregon
It Gives Us Great Pleasure
TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE HAVE ADDED TO OUR TOILET
FRAGRANT, VANISHING, NON-GREASY, PREPARED ON
SCIENTIFIC LINES, DY AN ENTIRELY NEW PROCESS. CAR
MI'.I.ITA CREAM PRESERVES THE YOUTHFUL AND NAT
UIUL UEAUTY OF THE SKIN.
ASK FOR SAMPLES. PRICE, HO CENTS A JAIL
TOR SALE AT THE BUSY CORNER.. PHONE 21)8.
lockhart - Parsons Drug Co.
"The Busy Corner"
STEAMZR. BREAKWATER I
SaMsfromAluHViorth Pock, Portland, at 8 P. M., cery Tuesday.
B.illn from Coos Hay every Saturday at service of time. Reservations
will n.t be held later tli.tn Friday noon, unless tlckels are purchased.
W. F. Miller, Agt,. Phone Main 35-L
THE FAST AND
(EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS)
WILL MAKE REGULAR TRIPS CARRYING PASSENGERS
AND FREIGHT IJETWEEN COOS HAY AND SAN FRANCIS
CO. ALL RESERVATIONS FOR PASSENGERS MADE AT
ALLIANCE DOOK, MARSHFIELD AND lNTEH-OCEAN
TRANSP. CO. FIFE M.1MI.. SAN FRANCISCO. FOR 1M OR
MATION PHONE H-J o U83.
RAILS FROM SAX FRANC 'SCO FOR COOS RAY OCT. IB.
And It's 'gonna" rain again.
Lest you forget our prediction last
eei, we'll repeat It: "It's gonna
"In," and also tho odvlco to buy
Jur umbrella now.
ilea's. 28.ncli UmbryllnB, "1 to 3
ffflfs fttMnch Umbrellas, C3c to
jtfren's Unbrrilus, flOc nd 78c
,C00S BAY CASH
cEO. X. HOLT, . . Manager,
front Street, Marshfield.
"Having been so
a our sale
tooks for .
We have decided to continue the
a,e another week. These books are
Ju,t the thing for tho rainy evening
H Jon use stationery, remember
ot we carry the largest assort
nt to taw city.
WATCH OUH WINDQWS.
Crosby & flomer,
nE HOUSE 6F BAJMtAlKS.'! '
Best of All
Have That Roof Fixed
See us for Investment on Coos
Day. Wo guarantee owner's price to
be our price.
rhoao.ML. x 4 Fro,tt Pt-
Stafford's Very Lntest Dainty
Confectionery as puro and sweet as
the memories of long ago when our
grandmothers made creams and
fudges over tho old-fashioned fire
place. . .
This we are certain you will find
as delicious ns anything wo make
and you' know our reputation for
delectable dainties. Drop in and try
one, or better still, order a' box of
LOG OAIHN CREAMS
sent home. They are tho very latest.
Always something new nt
.nn nmnnlUi .
" - ------ . .aw aa
"THE CANADIAN MOONSHINERS"
(A Thrilling French-Canadian Story)
Will Slug u Now Song.
"HETTY, THE ERRAND GIRL"
"HUNTING HATS IN SUMATRA"
Admission, Adults 10c, Children 5c
Men's wear at the
lowest prices. All
kinds of clothing
to keep you dry
OPPOSITE HUEAKWATr.lt OFFICE
FOR BALE A tfro-linrec electric
inotoisjamall centrifugal pump and
300 gallon Iron tank. Same can
bo seen by applying to me nt North
Rend. C. f McCullom.
FOR SALE Chiffonier, rocker,
shelves, dictionary nnd stand, hall
carpet, fur rug, guitar, kitchen tn
Ibles, coal stoves, oil stoves, flat
Irons, tub, wrlng'or, meat aafo, etc.'
M. I). Poyntz, Flnt C, O'Connell
WANTED Engagements for my new
Cndlllne nuto. Will take passon
gers any place. Prompt korvlce;
Phono D. L. Footo nt Ulanco ho
to, or Dob's Bllllnrd Parlor. i
WANTED Good girl for general
houso work. Good wages to right
party. Phono 285.
LOST A brown cape on tho wharf.
Leavo at Times offlco.
M' house" nt Kitty llUr,
m i .
with or without grounds.
of Eugeno O'Connell.
FOR SALE Two Iioi-kvh, two bug
gies, two sots of harness, ono fresh
Jeraoy cow, olghty chickens, ton
tons of coal and ono year's feod
for horses, cows and chickens. In
qulro of Ehgeno O'Connell.
WANTED. Experienced coal miners
and tlmbermon. Apply Deavor Hill
FOR RENT. Sli-room Hat, i4itl
furnished, bath and modorn con
venlences. Finest location In
Marshlleld. Apply to Robert Mar
FOR SALE Automobile, 4-cyIlnder,
40-horso power, 5-paasongorf fully
gabrlel horn, top, etc. Cost ijev
13000. Will soil for cash or ex
change for real ostato nt a tfafgal
Apply to Or. J. T. McCormac.
WANTED Girl to take care of child
afternoons or after school. Mrs.
FOR RENT Carpenter Shop on Mar-
wi nvenue. Soo Honry Song-
v - ,
WANTED At once, nn experienced
pressor for ladles and men's cloth
ing. Apply Pacific , Dye Works,
second door north ofHantf Laun
dry, or phono 24'6-L.
WANTED To rent n piano by Hie
month. Phono 120-J.
ITHE BADGERS" -
And'a drama,) enUUeiti
ANV SKAT-IX THE HOUSE1, 10cv
aOOO FEET OF FILMS.
COOS BAY TIDES.
High wntur j A.JNL P. M.
Tuesday. 11 10:l!4 4.7
Wed'd'y. 12 0:17 1.4 12:43 4.0
Thursday 13 1:32 1.3 2:17 4.2
Friday... 14 2:33 1.2 3:18 3.3
Saturday IB 3:20 1.0 4:0C 2.'3
SUNDAY 1C 4:12 1.0 4:44 13
Tuesday, ll C:lG 5,4 4:40
Wed'd'y. 12 7:431 6.7 G:17
Thursday 13 0:25 0.4 7:44
Friday... 14 0:73 7.0 8:55
Saturday 15 10:06 7.7 0:55
SUNDAY1G 10:3C 8.4 10:40
(I)y Associated Press.)
Forecast for Oregon Fair
tonight nud Wednesday.
LOCAL TF.MPERATURE HE
For twenty-four hours ending
nt 4:43 p.' in., Oct. 10, by Mrs.
Mlngtis, special government me-
Maximum . . . 54
At 4:13 p. m 53
Wind Northwest; cloudy.
Newport Due. Tho stenmer Now
port is over duo In this port nnd Is
expected in most any time.
Meut Tonight. The Marshfield
city council will meet tonight to tnko
up street Improvement mutters nud
other municipal business
Hreakwater Sails. Tho steamer
Rreakwnter will sail from Portland
tonight nnd Is duo in Coos Ray Thurs.
Xo Services.- Thoro will bo no
services nt tho nuptial church during
the nbsenco of the pastor, Rev. G.
Loroy Hall, who Is taking hlo vncn
tldri. Tug Repaired. Tho tug Columbia,
which has been tled up while a now
wheel1 was befog Installed, Is again
In, commission nud went down the
buy from North Hond today.
Gone to Ho-wburg. City Marshal
Carter has gono to Koaoburg to tes
tify In tho case of tho automobile
stolen In that city and brought to
Marshfield. Llvo Smith Is working
In his placo.
Ilroko Collar Hone. Nell Watson,
a rancher living nt Coos City, broko
his collar bono Sunday. Ho was a't
tempting to movo a big boiler nnd It
rolled on him and struck him on tho
Injured His Hand. Sam Tergu
sou, who Is employed on tho street
grading, Is Buffering with n badly
mashed hnnd. Ono of tho curs
struck him and his hand was quite
Posting Notices. Sheriff Gage is
posting notices for tho liquor elec
tion In Coos county, which will bo
hold Nov. 8. On that dato tho voters
nre to docldo whothor tho county
shnll be wot or dry.
Has Wood Polhonlng. Capt. Pon
dergast Is suffering" with blood poi
soning In hls-hand; It appears that
the polsonlng'ls due to handling fish.
The outs aud "scratches on tho flesh
lii handling flah.scetn to bo partic
Moving 111k' Engine. Engineer
nier of BeaVor Hill was here last
I n'gtit and left this morning for Hon-
ryvlllo. He will move tho big en
gine from tho old Honryvlllo mine
to Reaver Hill, where It will bo used
In the work of sinking the new shaft.
Will Return Here. C. A. Smith
and his daughter, Mrs. P. A. Warner,
and her husband and child, Mrs. Rob
ert Johnson nnd A, Mereen will all
leave' Friday on tho steamer Nairn
Smith for California. Mr. Smith ex
pects tp return In a week or two to
$100 Reward, $100
Tin- fail rn'f IhUiiaprr will ln tile
l.ir.i tl.nt ihpr. Im nt lt-ult nlie urt'allt''l
til t H-l Ht ll lWil "I'l-'l Ml I" BlU'
H-KC' mill 'lint UChIkkI Hull' taturrlt
Cinu l Ht? inlyi"H " urn im kiown U
tlit) inninal iriiicilili? i awini "run m;
iltn!l..r.l iIIm-hh. rillllfrt'tf a lllUtltlltlontil
trialmeiit., Ilal ,lt ' liilireUt kSn InUr
nal V. MCttiie illrtx tb'uwm tho MoM ami wu
'cniuaurlHiV'of tuil He,iii,tJiu ! ilelru)liR
the Jomiilallnn RWn-jlu.afaii'i Ifivinit in
i.ii tent trD2liriil hiillilllW uplho lOiiHUO
Hon ami hl K uamrujn jtotniflt, voik
The proiirrctiiili4riavv lu'mneh lullh In Kjcur
mite vn lliAl Ulf ;r U"" JJvaalrni 1M1
lar for any i a9 thai It fli to ure bead ipf
Take Hal i' Kaoilly I'lIU torconittpatlou
CAPTAIN HARRIS was down todny
DR. E. M1NGIS nuulo n business
, trip to Conulllc today.
. M. UPTON Is hi Roscburg In be
half rif his rnndldncy for Judge
.In this district.
MRS. MARIETTA KlNG'la here from
the King ranch 9:1 Coos river, and
is,. n 'guest of her grandson, R. J
FRED NEIME hnH gone to San Frnn
clscb, whoro he expects to spend1'
thrl?o or four weeks on business
MR. AND MRS.. A. W. MYERS and
Miss Ida Mitchell and brother are,
visiting Mr, nnd Mrs. Dnggcrt nt
their homo nbovo Allegany.
R. R. MONTGOMERY nnd wife, of
Decatur, III., who hnvo been In
the city visiting Mr. Montgomery's
sons nnd daughters, will leavo Sat
urday on their return trip homo.
CHAS. STAUFF, who Una been
spending soveral weoks In Cali
fornia for his health, Is Improving
rapidly and will probnbly retfirn
on tho next M. F. Plnnt.
REV. O. LEROY HALL has loft on
his vacation trip. Ho Is now in
Rosob'urg nnd will go from thoro
to Pendleton nnd will nlso visit
Portland and Medford bofo'ro re
O. R. HINSDALE of Gardiner, and
family have gono to Los Angeles
whero thoy will spend soveral
months. Mr. Hinsdale tuny tnnke
occasional trips back to look nftcr
business hero nnd nt Gnrdlnor.
CARL WALKER, who has been 111
for some tlmo nt Rosohurg, nnd
who recently returned hero, left
this mo'rnlng for Pnrkbrsburg.
whoro he will visit with his sister,
.1. D. GOSS, who returned Saturday
, from Portland", via Drain, reports
that ho had ono of the best stage
trips that ho has ever taken. Ho
reports that J. E. Schilling and
family, who are now conducting
tho Hotel Gardiner nt Clurdljier.
nre gottlng along nlcoly.
;oos Day to
Driving Piling. Tho piling Is bo
Ing driven nt tho foot or Market
Btreot for the1 now street Improve
ment. Tho fill is being mado on purt
of tho stroot and will bo laid with
planking by tho proporty owners and
tho portion of tho street along the
water front Is bolng dono by tho city.
Tho wharf will bo rebuilt whoro tho
piling Is bolng driven nnd a slip will
be mado for small boats to land.
Makes Record For ShIks. J, W.
Dennett made tho record shoot nt
snlpo. With Arthur McKeown ho
wont to tho marsh on John Hopo's
placo nud together they killed thir
teen. Mr. Ronnott, howovor, mado
tho record for this year. Ho shot
eight sulpo In nine shots. Ho says
that It ho had known he was going
to mnko n record ho could have made
nlno birds as ho shot once when the
snipe was going through n tree and
had llttlo chance ot hitting his bird.
Tho snipe camo up ono at a tlmo and
It requires quick shooting to got
Black Hoof Paint OOc per gallon
Automobile Storm Coats at Good,,
DREDGER FISH MARKET
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! North Bend New:
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jntis
scn of Porter addition, Oct. 0, a
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Perry and
baby, who have been visiting rela
tives uonr Wedderburn, hnvo re
Horn To Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Ty
rol, nt Klamath Falls, Aug. 28, a
son. The family formerly llvod at
C. W. Sauford nnil'dnughtcr, Miss
Grace, of Hayncs Irilot, will leavo
about the mlddlo of tho month for a
visit with relatives In Oakland, Cat.
Mrs. P. S. Dow and children of
Marshfield were guests, Saturday at
the homo of P. C. Lovnr nt North
Tho Mlzpnh Blblo clnBS will cele
brate the first annlversnry of their
organization Friday evening at Log
gte's hall, with n banquet.
The Masters Dros. of Sumner lmvo
bought the launch Rota nnd Leonnrd
Masters umdo his first trip on hor
ns caplalu from Marshfield to Em
Mr. nud Mrs. Androw Lalngo loft
Saturday for Portland. Mr. Lalngo
has been lnndscnpo gardener for
sonic tlino for Mayor Simpson nt
Mrs. Henry J. Rees nnd son Lloyd
nud llttlo daughter Gladys, of Union
Avcnuo, loft Saturday on tho Break
water for their now homo nenr Al
bany, where Mr. Roes purchnsod a
farm recently. They will mnko It
their home for tho present.
Looking Into Cuso'of Tuo Small Hoys
In the City.
Tho attention of tho pollco has
been called to the caso of two small
boys whom It was thought had been
deserted by their parents nnd left
here. Tho officers Investigated nnd
learned that tho boys nro not broth
ers. Ono 1b thirteen years old and
seemed amply nblo,to look after him
self. Tho two hnvo been In thu city
for n week or two nnd ono ot tho
boys hns'n brother working hero.
Tho pollco will look Into tho enso fur
ther ns tho boyB nro n llttlo young
to bo about without any custodian.
IS LEGAL QUESTION.
Various Claims Stand Agalust tho
Sheriff Gago has postponed tho
sale ot tho utoamor Liberty until
uext Monday at 2 o'clock. J O. Gray
holds a mortgage against It and thoro
Is a legnl question as to tho priority
or the claims. Tho shorlff Is selling
tho host to satisfy jttachmonta
brought ror labor claims. Tho at
torney familiar with tho case was
out ot tho city, bo when notlco was
gtvon tho sherltt by J. O. Gray that
there was a mortgage against tho
boat tho sale was postponed until tho
mattor could be looked Into.
COST OF CAMPAIGN.
Judge Coke and R. A. Copple Fllo
Primary Exiieiifie Accounts.
SALEM, Ore., Oct. 10. Among"
tho candidates In tho last primary
campaign who have filed their state
ments of oxponses with the secretary
of stato nro Judge John S. Coko ot
Mnrshfleld, who saya tho nomination
cost him $10.25.
R. A. Copplo of Marshfield, tbo
democratic nominee for Joint repre
sentative for Coos and Curry coun
ties, says his campaign expenses wore
Phone I, S. Kaufman & Co. your
'oal Order. 4.r?( PER. TON.
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