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THECOOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON. THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1911 EVENING EDITION.
Wi need liuiko no eonnnonl on those prices, thoy speak Tor tlioms&lvos:
Ruflk'cl Swiss Ciu'inins, pop Pair j)0e
Hohhinot Curtains, Lice Udge and Insert ion, per Pair $2.00
Cretonne Tor Overdraws ioi4. to 5(.
(luaranteed Sewing II x-kors .". . $i.70
Large Size Dressers Reveled Plate Mirrors ' $12.50
Tapestry Brussels t js, 9x12. t $12.50
Axniiustor Hugs, 27-37 $2,115
100 Other Great Bargains
of the Styles and Quality sueh as are carried only by
Perry, Montgomery Co.
PUBLIC WORK G
tlom ore pending which mar do nwajr
with the luvoluntno' bankruptcy. pro
Says Committee Did Not Urge J tub witiTiimi.
Unbusinesslike Reduction I (U" Associated irco
j OREGON, Mnr. 23 Fair to-
In TaX Levies. night ami Friday.
"Sumo of tlio city uillclals or coun-
cllnion evidently misconstrued our
request whonwe tippenrodboforethen
as n committee irum the Chamber
of Commerce," .remnrked M. C. Ilor-
, ton today lu discussing tho criticism
jOf tho cotumlttoo at Tuesday night's
meeting. "We did not recommend
or Bponk of cutting the tax levy but
I we did recommend a retrenchment
I In city expenses.
i "Tho Chamber of Commerce ap
pointed the committee to appear be
(fore the city council, the school board
jnnd the county commissioners to urge
' r. nntlrt.nl Hiit.iillHlitiintil f iiwiiniull
it hl-MU14ll UilUIIUIlllll'Ill til UAtUIlll-
turos. The Idea of coursu was to se
No Truce of Mint. Marshal Carter
has been timlblc to And auy further
traco of tho suspect In tho Portland
murder case who was reported to b
In this section.
For twenty-four hours ending
lug 1:43 p. in., Mar. 22, by Mrs.
1'. MlnguB, special government
, At 4:43 p. m '.a
! Precipitation none
Wind, Southwest: cloudy.
I.. HARPOLE and family are moving
IRA A. ALBEE of Empire, Is a
Marshlleld visitor today.
MltS. 12. H. HODSON of Coos River
Is a Marshlluld shopper today.
OEO.'N. FARRIN expects to leave
In a day or two for Portland.
A curative Ionic for nil Kidney, Uladder mid Urinary Diseases,
such as ncuto and chronic Inflammation or congestion of the kid
neys stono In tho bladdor and Catnrrh of tho Illadder and Urethra.
For sale at the "BUSY CORNER."
PliWfi PEli BOTTLE $1.00.
Lockhart-Parsons Drug Co.
'PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
Leading Drug Store In Coos County.
For Information concerning
high-class bond Investments,
bearing Cft Interest not,
write O. 1). Hinsdale, caro J.
II. Adams and Company, Los
.Meet Friday. Dr. O. W. Leslie's
Sunday school class will meet Friday
cure a reduction In tho'tnx levy but"1"1 nt n, C" "' Mn,'8h llom0.
to have the reduction lu tho tax levy
to be made proportionate to the re
duction in expenses.
MISS LILLIAN McCANN flf North
He ml Is a Marshlleld shopper to
Tho Coob Day OH and Supply
FOR SALE Bluing tnlilo mill chairs, Company, undor tho mnnnKOiuont of
weathered oak rockors and library J W. Flanagan will coutlnuo to han
table. Choap as owhor Is leaving dlo tho Union Oil Company's gaso
town. Apply 101 Third or Phono Uno, distillate, bonzlno and coal oil
Buy your Butter, Cream or
inlllc from tho Coos., Bay Ico
nud Cold Storago company un
less you want only tho
- PHOXE 73-J
Delivery H n. in. 2 p. in.
BEAN POT CHEESE Try It.
FOR RENT Housekeeping
237 So. Broadway.
at their oil house across tho Bay to
which place thoy hnvo moved their
BIDS WAXTEI) To furnish, lOOO
cords of good Alder wood. For
particulars enquire of Cold Storago
Breaks Collar Hone. Tho three
year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
We did not advocate or suggest, Wm. McClure sustained a fractured
that the tax levies be made less than collar bono by a fnll nt their homo
sufficient to meet tho current ex- tho other day.
penses but we did feel that the cur-1 .
rent expenses could bo reduced and I W. 0. T. l .Meeting. The W. C.
In a buslness-ltko way to reduce tho T. U. will hold n short local Institute
tax levy which Is too high. session nt tho Methodist Episcopal
"Wo cited what other towns were church Friday afternoon at 2:30 p.m.
paying for conducting various city proparntory to tho Coos county InBtl-
depnrlmcnts and from this comparl- tute to be hold lu the near future.
boh we suggested that tho MnrshfloM ;
council might be nblo to reduco tho Hold Picnic. The Sophomoro
cost of tho city engineering depart- class of tho Marshlleld High school
ment, tho street cleaning department will hold n class picnic on Soiuli
nud tho police department, some of Cons Hlvor next Saturday. Each
which they" have done. nunibor of tho class Is to Invito ono
"Tho school board Is also plan- member of the Freshman class for
nlng for a buslncss-llko retrenchment tho outing.
In expenses which will probably on-. '
ablo us to reduce tho tax lovy In tho One Initiated. Marshlleld Lodge
future. 'of Elks last night Initiated A. J.
"It was not pur iden to have a tax Ness Into tho mysteries of tho Ant
levy mndo that would not defray tho lors. At tho noxt meeting of tho
current expenses and cause any ono lodge, a trusteo for threo years will
to Issue Illegal warrants to pay bills bo cIiobch nnd two weeks from last
I but wo wanted to hnvo unnecessary ! night, tho now olllcors will bo ln
j expenses eliminated. . stnllod,
I "In vlow of this, I do not feol thnl
. any members of tho council or city j Recover GIuch. Through a
i officials should crltlclso tho commit- found ad In Tho Times last evening,
.too and especially on erroneous atn-.Claudo NaBburg today recovered 'i
tcinents." 'pair of oyo-glasses lost yesterday. Ho
loft tho glasses on tho running board
of his auto, forgot thorn and they
dropped off. Chas. Statin picked
thorn nnd had tho found nd Inscrtod
In Tho Times.
MRS. C. E. NICHOLSON Is enter
taining a few friends nt her homo
MRS. T. A. JU55A Is reported qutto
j ill at her homo In South Marsh-
C. KNUDSON Is ill nt Morcy hospital
of piioumonln but Is getting along
CHAS. SENDELUACH plans (o
leave Saturday for Portland to vis
it for awhile.
A. S. HAMMOND of Coqulllo passod
i through hero today en routo homo
GEO. SHERIDAN of tho North Bond
Condensary arrived homo today
from n visit In Roeehurg.
ARTHUR McKEOWN nnd wlfo and
children oxpect to leavo In n fow
days for an extended visit In California.
II. B. COX, who recently moved hero
from Ten Mile Is occupying the
Clausen house tit Seventh & Flanagan.
NORTH I11-2XI) NEWS. -
Tho schoonor Echo, which has
been loading lumbor nt the Portor
Mill, was expected to go Immediately
fto Grays Harbor but has been detain-
JUDGE JOHN S. COKE oxpocts iJ
leave Saturday for Portland to
look aftor some court mattes
The quicker a cold Is gotton rid of
tho less tho danger from pneumonia
nud othor sorlouB diseases. Mr. B
W. L. Hall of Wavorly. Va.) says
"I firmly bellovo Chamberlain's
Coush Remedy to bo absolutely tho
best preparation "im tfionvarkot for
colds. I havo recommended It to
my frionds nnd they all agroo with
me." For salo by all dealers.
VOX SALE OR BENT Breakwater
hotel. Mrs. Carrlo Gray.
FURNITURE FOR SALE A lot it
fine furniture nlinoat how' will bo
ld at half vnluo. Going east.
Call at 300, 9th and Donnelly.
State Gazetteer find Business Direc
tory.' Just Issued for 1911-12 Is the most
completo work of tho kind published.
It contains an accurate business di
rectory of every city, town and vll-
lago In Oregon and Washington, and Japaneso Cup and Saucor 23c
A few of the articles from our 1,000
Sot of Tablo Mats. .....' 25c
MRS. HENRY BLACK Is spending A
fow days at tho homo of uor
daughter, Mrs. Carl Smedborg, ou
Mrs. Fahy of Billiard is visiting
friends In North Bond
visit hero In fourtee'n years.
accompanied her over.
TOPICS OF THE TIMES
Hour 'Aro Changed. Commenc
ing today, tho hours nt tho Marsh
field City library are changod slight
Iv. Heroaftor tho llbrarv will lu
It Is. her first close(1 nt 9 0.clock , (ho 0V0nK .
stond of 10 o'clock and will remain
open In tho mornings from 10 o'clock j
until 12 o'clock Instead of from 10
, till 11 o'clock. Tho changod hours
Is more In accordanco with tho cus-
.toms of libraries olsowhera and It Is
bellovod that thoy will bo more ad-
OEO. McCUTCHEON returned today
from a fow weoks' visit at Port
land, McMlnnvlllo and othor
MRS. A. E. NEFF and son, Emnior
sou, expects to leavo Saturday to
visit frionds nnd rolatlvcs In
Portland and tho oast.
Times havo changed, qormany novanUgeoU8 to tho pnb,c
iuncer Hneezes wnen me Kaiser nun
an attack of Influenza.
That ho may attain tho requlsito
Hearing Frkluy. Tho hearing In
tho Coos Bay Rapid Transit Com
pany mattor Is scheduled to bo ro-
..Bui i . ...... ,..u.0 .u. u. Bumod tomorrow ,f corta dOVolop-
naval service, a Minneapolis youth ui mmtn do not tako plaC0i Nogotla.
Iinvliiir ila lofra nnllprl Thn """"" '
havlnir his Iocs nulled
PlantS , -0 pa nv ninn n.n lin lino lin.l hlj
'r ""'.". "
AUTO Anytime, anywhere lten
onable rates. Phono Blanco hotel
6 or Resldonco 28-J.
WXai FOR RENT Knqulre GeO.
Witfe, North Bond, Ore;
Mil SALE 18-foot Inunch, 1 H.-P.
enslno, also bpnt houso. Choap.
APPly A. X. Times' office,
HKXT Seven-room modern
house near in. Phone 59-J, or In
quire Dungan's Undertaking Parlors.
the names and addresses of country
merchants and professional men.
lumbermen, etc., who are located ad
jacent to villages; also lists of gov
ernment nnd county officers, commis
sioners of deeds, stato boards, statu
tory provisions, terms of courts,
names oi mo jjubik.ubiu.d, iuoiuim,uo,
German China, cup and saucer, .'.23c
Sot of G Wator Glassos 23o
35-cent Box Stationery 23a
4 10-cent Tablets 23c
2 15 -cent Tablets 23c
pair Children's Hoso 23c
2 pair Ladles Hoso 23c
1 pair Ladles Wool Hoso. ..'... .23c
log pulled, feels smaller than evor.
MRS. J. RICHARD OLSON. who la
111 of typhoid fever and othor com
plications, Is roported to bo In u
rather critical condition.
AUGUST FARLEY arrived hero to
day from Portland whore ho has
been receiving modlcal attontion.
Ho Is somewhat Improved.
express, telephone and telegraph of- Bk or SIdo Combs; .23c
hotels uuuruuiucu itiiMiinutTcn. , . . . -i.
u-iucu snears -nc
flees, justices of the peace,
dally and weekly newspapers; be
sides much other information useful
to all classes of business and profes
sional men. A descriptive sketch of
each place Is given, embracing vari
ous Items of Interest, such as tho lo
cation, population, distances to dif
ferent nolnts. tho most convenient
Tho report that scientists found
500,000,000 bacteria In a quarter
teaspoonful of Chicago Ico cream
moves us to suspect that not much ,
of tho cream was loft when tho count
Ing was over with.
REAII THE TIMES' WANT ADS.
SO.MI'. nVP 'll.tnntt .. . ... .. ..... .-.
humph u , ; , ; ,"! shipping stauonB, mo proaucia wiai
., .u-iuu. cuuin. innuuo
Stoneo-pher's boat shop, Eastslde
K SALIp0,v 8eitinKS 0f M'hlto
min duck oggs. Twelve for 75c.
,rs- E. L. Bessoy. Phono 3108
OU RKXT-Haxter .hotel at, Co
Wllle, Oregon, after April 1.
v"te or see personally Baxter
""-. CoquJUe, ore.
J? 8AI'E nouaehold furniture.
lrs- A. Dowon 371 n-o.i. o
-, V.A wiuhuitm; uut
JUdren to take position.
are marketed, stago communication,
trado statistics, tho nearest bank lo
cation, mineral Interests, churches,
schools, libraries and soclotles. An
Important feature is tho classified di
rectory, giving every business arran
ged under Its special heading, thus
enabling subscribers. tQ obtain at n
glance a list of all houses manufac
turing or dealing In any particular
line of goods. Tho work generally
is complied to deserve their liberal
R. L POLK & CO.
Trade Hero and Save Money.
The Storo That Saves Ypu Money,
liKO. X. HOLT, - Mmiuger
Front Ktwet. Mirlitlelil.
FOR SALE Thoroughbred white
Leghorn eggs for hatching, $1 for
fifteen. Coos Bay Grocery.
A Magazine You Will Enjoy
We knqw you will eujoy reading
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Its stories aro brimful of human In
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I Read it from cover to oover and
4 then cohie around and seo our high
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Homer Mauzey, ono cf the drivers j.reaillng tno mnBaziU0 yQU will have
and tho solicitor for us Is out for,a newep and kconor jntor08t Jn mo.
Laundry. Watch him! ho is liable jton ,,,ctlirei. Vou wll, Beo gomo of
to stop you on tho street and explain, UlQ Btor,08 yoi, ,mvo road aoto
all dotalls of Laundry and -also to bo tho Bcreon W,1V npt como toniBi,t?
at your homo any tlmo. Ho knows
Laundry business from A to Z. TTllP Omheimi
Marshfield Hand and u you wish to subscribe or pur-
q. chase a single copy leavo your order
OlCam Laiindry at our ticket office. Price $1.50 per
PIIONL. 220-J Jyear, 15c per copy.
SEE YOUR DOCTOR
don't trifle with your health
by taking medicine that may
not do you any good but may
Injuro you. When you tuko
sick go to boo your, doctor at
once; ho will prescribo a
medlclno to suit your oxact
condition, then bring your
prescription to us and wo will
fill It with drugs of tho hlghoU
quality and purity,
Many a serious Illness may 'jo
avorted when you tako the
right medlclno at tho right
time for your oxact trouble.
"Seo your doctor, then
MRS. HATTIE NICHOLS returned
today from Portland whore sho
wont to attend tho marrlago of
hor daughtor, Miss Eunlco, which
took place thoro recoutly.
Brown Drug Co.,
J. W. LEES, who formerly conduct
ed a harbor shop on South Broad
way but who Is now with a col
lection agency lu Portland, arriv
ed here today on buslnoss.
G. A. SIGNALNESS, ono of tho own
ers of tho Cooston townslto, who
has beou looking aftor buslnoss
Interests on tho Bay, expects to
leave Saturday for Portland.
B. H. KREAMER and wife of Bandou
nro expected hero tomorrow en
route to Portland. Mr. Kreamer
recently disposed of his luterost In
tho Bandou Recorder and Is now
Booking n now location.
K. A. HENDRICKS, who formerly
resided hero but who moved to
San Diego, recently has wrltton
frionds thnt ho will move to Port
land whore he will engago In tho
L. B. LARSON, formerly a promi
nent young bii8lno3 man of Fort
Dodgo, Iowa, but moro recently
Pacific coast' representative for a
Minneapolis wholesalo dry goods
company, arrived In Marshfield to
day to Investigate tho prospocta of
tho Coos county country.