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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD. OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1912.-EVENING EDITION.
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SPECIAL HOLIDAY FURNITURE SALE
Wg want to reduce our stock and to do It quickly have cut prices on everything in the store, Some lines we are closing out at cost and on other goods nmm
slashed to make them m ove, All goods are marked in plain figures and you can figure the price yourself, mK
Everything in the Store Will Be Sold at 10 Per Cent Discount
There are a few lines that we are closing out and during this sale you can buy
Iron Beds, Go Carts and Baby Carriages, Wicker Rockers and Framed Pictures at Co st.
GO-CARTS AND BABY CABS
$4,75 Go Carts at $3.00
$34,00 Haywood Go Cart $25.00
$25,00 Baby Carriages $20.00
$9,00 Folding Cart with storm shield $6.00
$13,00 Iron Beds for $9.00
$12,00 Iron Beds for $8.00
$6,00 Iron Beds for $4.00
$9,00 Iron Beds for $6.00
YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING IS NOT COMPLETE WITHOUT A VISIT TO THIS STORE AND AN INSPEC
TION OF THESE GOODS AT THESE PRICES, COME EARLY TO SECURE A BETTER SELECTION,
$4,00 Rockers for
$6,00 Rockers for 52.75
$7,00 Rockers for I HOO
$7,50 Rockers for .00
FRAMED PICTURES 5
Make Beautiful Christmas Presents.
$2,50 to $3,00 Framed Pictures, closine: ni.t i ,ft
$4 to $5 Framed Pictures, .closing o!L.U.L" '
$1,00 Framed Pictures, closing out at.
THE QUALITY AND STANDARD OF THE JOHNSON FURNITURE IS BACKED BY 27 YEARS IN BUSINESS ON COOS BAY,
THIS SALE FOR CASH ONLY.
STORE OPEN EVENINGS.
C. A. JOHNSON
OLDEST FURNITURE STORE.IN COOS COUNTY
NORTH FRONT STREET, MARSHFIELD.
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PHHflONAL notices of visitors
fia tho city, or of Coos Day pcoplo
who visit In otbor cities, togothor
'with notices of soclnl affairs, nro
Kindly received In tlio social do
martmont. Tolcphono 133. No
decs of club mootlngs will bo
published nnd secretaries uro
Wndly rcancstcd to furnish samo.
social hnpponlngs, Intonded for
publication In tho socloty dopnrt
inont of Tlio Tlmos, must bo sub
mitted to tho editor not lator
tbnn 0 o'clock p. in., Friday of
cacb wook. (Exceptions will bo
allowed only In caRCs wlioro tlio
eventR occurred later than tlio
a delightful surprise party by their
neighbors nnd friends In Unstable.
A now homo for Mr. Simpson nnd
family has Just been completed In
Hay Park and thoy moved In yes
torday, and this affair was given ns
a token of esteem In whfch tho
family aro hold by tho pooplo of
Tho evening, mado Joyous by
hnppy conversation nnd gamoR, end
ed with sumptuoiiB refreshment's.
Tlio following woro prosont:
Mr. nnd .Mrs. II. Whltty. Mr. nnn"
Mrs. I'orcy Pcot, Mr. and Mrs. F.
I'roy, Mr. and Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Mc
Laggan, Mrs. McKay and Mr. and
Mrs. Amos Simpson nnd tho MIrhch
Mortonsen, Ilorglilld Olson, Mabel,
Lcaton, Hilda West, FIosbIo, Madgo
and Wlnnlo Simpson, nnd Messrs,
Johnson, Clifford McKny, Itny Juob,
I.oonnrd Clark, Einll West, Chnrlos
Taylor, Archlo and Albert Simpson.
, 7 ... i ino socini sawing (jiuu met on
I tlio prlvllego of oxpondlturo thnn Thursday with Mrs. J. C. Swlnford
CHIUSTMAS (HITS. .to do Just what ono hns In mlnd.'At her homo on Commercial avonuo.
I bollnVO tlint from tllO lllirBOry dn'B Tim nf!rnnnn nnimnil lii anu-lnir
Bho needed pots nnd a now floor, this theory should bo Inculcated.1 when tho hostess sorved rofrosh-
t oroom, I ana, nn tho coining to mm wrm rnonts.
Anil window shades for tho child- of our blessed Lord was ono great, Tho noxt nicotlng will bo with
ron'a room: 'net of sarrlflco, so In planning for jfrfi n I( noeso, .Tnnunry 2.
gter sheets woro down to n thrend- our Christmas gifts each child In, Those present' woro: Mrs'. Koeso,
baro threo I tho family should bo encouraged to jfrs. Ayro and Mrs. Swnnson.
An1 her tnblo cloth was u sight something of solf sncrlflco In tho, ... ... .j.
to see; I gathering together of tho money for .
Eho wanted scarfs and a towol rack his gifts. I llko to plcturo tho old-, , Kl'ltPltlSK IWKTV. I
And n good, plain, usoful dressing fashioned Vlrginln homo, says .lulla '
Hack; . Holmes, wnoro round tho library on Tuosdny evening Miss Colin
Sonio kltehon spooi.s nnd a box of (able Orough tho fall months tho Osterdnhl was given n surprlso par
thread: el'llilrJn of tho lioiisohold nnd tho ty t nor noino nt nny Park bv a
Gho hoped sonio practical friend kinsfolk and acquaintances who number of hor young friends. The
would stop I might bo within tho doors busied Osfordnhl family will leave on tho
Anil ilguro out that she'd llko a tl.oniBolves In tho preparation or noxr nreakwater for Portland, whore
mop dnlnty nothings which shonldcarrr tliov will mnko tl"lr fuhirn honm
Or n bathroom rug or n lacquorod on Christmas morn tho sweet words nr,, jjjss Ostordahl's companions
trny , or loving reiuaiuuniiicu. took this wny of expressing tholr
' rncnr.T nnr? rnirrnlu fnr ihn ilnnnrtu
Or n fow plain plains for ovory day;
SIw hoped and hoped nnd she wish-
oil a lot, '
But those of course, wero tho
things she got:
rognrd and rcgrots for tho depart
Tho young lady was presented
with n fnnnfnln nnn.
On Christinas ove, Doconibor 2-t, Tho ovenlnc wns spent In slnchic
' tho Dniltlst Sunday SCllOOl Will glVO nlil nn.l nnnnlnr nnni?.i nn.1 nlnvln..
M. cut glass vase and a bonbonnnlre, a Chrlstmns treo entertainment nt Rnmos, nfler which refreshments
A. china thing for rccolvlng hair, tho church. Tho Sunday school Is woro HPrvc,j tho guests by Mrs. Os-
Bomn oystor forks, a innnlcuro sot, full of tnlentcd llttlo chlldron who tcrdnhl.
A. chnflng dish and a collaret. hnvo boon working diligently In Thoso present woro:
A lioudolr cap and a drawn work preparation for this nappy ovent. ' Tho Misses Lnura Dubay, Donn
mat, , Drills, songs, solos nnd recitations Mortonsen. Tlorghlld Olson. Mnbel.
AqiVa sterling this nnd n sterling are sonio of tho features that pro- Cora and AHco Mnthlson. Cecil and
jthat; i nilse to mako this hour Bpont with Ktlin Ostordnhl and .Tohn King.
A gllt-eilged book of a lofty theme, tho children a most onjoyablo ono. Androw Anderson, Alf .Tnron. Olaf
And fancy bags until sho longed to, Klrhlolt, Pnlmor Nnlson, Clifton
Hcrenm; I The children and oldor I'cl)lo of Clirlstenoen, Abraham Dubay and
Come curling tongs nnd n powder tho Presbyterian church will hold victor Ostordnhl.
,)Uff I their aniiunl Chrlstmns festival on .j. .$.
ivntl a bunch of otbor usoless stuff; Chrlstmns ovo, Decoinbor 21, nt tho ,
But though sho Inwardly ragod sho church. I DIXXKIt I'AltTV I
wroto ! Next In linportnnco to tho chor- 4 ,
To nil hor friends tho solf-samo Iwhed Chrlstmns troo will bo n niu- Mr nnil Mrs Cnrl Arlnndson ontor-
noto, slcnl enntntn, "Tho Light of tho talnod nt dinner Sunday evening nt
And said to oanh fit tho dnmpholl Chrlstinns Stnr," by tho Sunday tholr now homo In Forndnlo.
host. (school children. Hov. J. K. Durk-. Tholr guests woro: Ttov. Father
"iliist how did you guess what I hart will sing and tboro will nlso Monro, Mr. nnd Mrs. John nurlc,
neodod most?" , bo a niimbor of recitations. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Morrlsoy. Mr. Mc-
.Kiln Hontloy Arthur. ! Tho chlldron nro looking forward Konnn. Kdgar Cason mid Mr. O. K.
' with hnppy llttlo hearts and smiling Murphy.
CllirSTMAS shopping and gen- JJcoato "''"..S0"8? .
oral iironnrnllnii for thn irreat wl" "l'l'car Willi ins Kica. hiu mu k. 4 . a
festal Klin cmwded out nt'?.03o0,0,v;'ock,,"0"t ' r0,",UOnCO j m MBCTI.VfiS. I
"! nfCtthP ' clulm'adjoun'od TiSli " T1'" rwoginn Sunday school Practically all tho clubs and othot
S?"r Uio h dl.Ss an 1 ost of "ho "111 "'! 'rlstmns festlv ties next organizations have postponed their
"wuwronlnoro li "onunl af- Thursday ovonlng In tho Norwegian meetings from next week until tho
B!rH. n UMln ninr.i ilnllulilfnl tlinn 'l'u. .. . . '"'' J" Ll " '"ry. lunsmins
mun hocniiso of tho prevalent f , 'n(,M2 n" , " "'3
nnlot. I5ven tho Kortnlglitly club Presented, ills llnitl ng tho preson s
felt eompollod to adjourn Its dance o Christmas two will rnko
ftor tho Invitations woro Issued. ,,nco', "' 5iloh " " " W,U bo
iMrntmo tho nil - absorbing Christ- 'ofieshmonls for .ovoryono.
wins duties occupied ovoryono. " v
NMth tho return of Christmas and .c. n i
tho return of innnv nt tho vouncnr ' 1 III .Mi h.MMI'.N lli.
(Continued on Pnco Ton)
ot from collogo, noxt weok glvos
rosy promlso of more nctlvltlcs In
t . .;.
A curious thing comes to my
mind concerning which I hnvo a
word to sny. and that is apropos
r honosty. Xo ono has a right to
HClvo away anything except what
inny bo in oxcess of tho Just do
wands upon tho Inconio. Tho
toutchor, tho bakor, tho dry goods
mnn, noods his inonoy ns suroly as
flnes tho onthuslsstlo woman oagor
to make n pretty gift or tho lover
ro bestow upon his swoothonrt what
lie knows Is her heart's deslro Sue
Bwssful Christinas giving should
vnonu solf sncrlflco to deny onesolf
. SPITiELLA CORSETS
mny bo obtatnod In Mnrshflold from
Mrs. Annie IJollnml,
262 So, Cth St. Phono 200X.
The young ladles of tho Xorwog
Ian Lutheran church mot at tho -
pnrsoiingo last Thursday and or
ganized what will bo known ns the
Young Ladles Aid Sowing and So
Tho ofllcers olectcd aro:
President. Miss Sundo; vlco presi
dent. Dlnn HJolloj trensuror, Jonnlo
Mrs. R. O. Thorpo acted ns sec
rotary pro torn.
Tho first rogulnr meeting of tho
clrclo will ho January 2 at the
Thoso prosont at tho mooting
MIrros Sundo, Dlnn Mortonsen, Dlnn
Hlollo. Corn Mnthlson, Amolla III
lebo. Jonnlo Johnson, Corn Lund,
Klslo Larson, Mablo Mnthlson nnd
fr 4 4
1 i:.sTsini: pahty. i
Last Thursday ovenlnc Mr. and.
V TV? Jk'
whnt Is Christ
mas without can
dy? That is,
Thnt'8 tho only
kind y o 11 can
really think of
giving to tho ono
and Don lions
nil In tho most
sonio boxes nnd
baskets nt prices
from 25c to $5.
Kvory box gunr
o n t o 0 d to bo
fresh and In por
speak tho nnswor
the Busy Corner
Shop early -shop
here. We are saving
YOUR INSPECTION INVITED
The Rexall Store
I The Luxury of Hot and
In your homo ennnot bo overesti
mated when supplied through tho
niodluni of modern sanitary plumb
ing nppllnncos. Wo nro propnred to
fit up your homo with all tho lat
est ideas In sanitary plumbing,
steam nnd gns fitting, nt prices that
will onnblo tho man of modorato
moans to enjoy It.
Willey & Schroeder
.10.1 North Front Street.
PHONE 77-J "
It Takes a Big Load
of our feed and grain to supply our
mnny satisfied customers. Do you
think thoy would keep on getting
their supplies horo unless our feed,
grain and prices wero satisfactory?
Of course not. Then why don't you
buy your supplies whoro so many
others aro evidently woll treated.
Commence today with n trial order.
You'll repeat all right.
A. T. Haines
Phono 100J Wftterfroat, Ufld.
WOUK, Ilromldo EnlW I
KOTICK OP FIN."' sent
Notice is hereby $
undersigned, tne ' ,rlI ,
qualified and acting ,
the estate 01 -- , Ca
ceased, has filed
in tho said e- -
Clerk of Coos CoudO
the Court has appoint ,,
tl10 CtU m
tho time fr ,ieiDnVa ,l
tho said final account
tiement thereof. ,
Dated this 18th W
bor, 1912. .mQi.
Roberts, Qftc"- N'oresf,:
Mrs. Amos Simpson wero tondored 1 "