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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD. OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1913 EVENING EDITION.
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",SHenro are some of our SPECIAL REGULATION
EATUREb. . . .. 1 .
whnvillo and Perfect Fire Extinguishers.
Life Preservers: Solid Cork and Tule.
Anchors: Kedgc Galvanized, 10 to 100 pounds.
Anchors: American Galvanized, 10 to 125 pounds.
Soheblor Carbureters, Model D.
Galvanized Cleats and Chocks.
Galvanized Boat Nails and Spikes.
Conner Boat Nails and Tacks.
Best Eastern Pure Pine Boat Pitch.
Oakum, Calking Cotton. .
Tarr and Wonson's Copper Boat Paint.
Michigan Speed Wheels.
Complete Renewals for Edison Primary Batteries,
jTyPCS Q. . Mnnrmp Rnltc
Brass Laij owcwo u ....y ..
Wire, Cotton and Manila Rope.
Plttsfleld Timers and Spark Coils. '
Connecticut Plug Coils.
Red Seal Dry Batteries.
Hobo Storage Batteries. :
Greyhound Multiple Batteries.
Tim lamest stock in the county. '
'ioneer Hardware Company
madcuciiti n DRPrcniM
IVIMIIvllll lUUi, "-"'"
There h a health udvantago In being" reduced In weight ai It enabloi tha
hrt and Jungi to expand and perform their work naturally.
Take oil your lurplua fat with
and quickly reduce- your weight -to normal. With it there Is no stamttora
tuoceu, with it you may eat all you want of what you want and you'll feel
Utter the first day you tako this wonderful treatment.
Kkxall OiiksitV Triatmknt Is taken right after meals as a pleasant
ttfervescent beverage You hardly know you're taking a mcdlclno at all and
It s absolutely safe. Its action compels proper assimilation of all foods and
ends nutriment wnero it belongs. It will convert your food Into muscle,
nsnres sinews, brain tissues and energy, instead of Into uieleu surplus fat.
Completo ticatjnent for $1.00.
Lockhart-Parsons Drug Co.
"THE BUSY CORNER."
PHONE MAIN 298
AIM i:n ,.IV Mlngrnph strong offering Willi Itlmuiiu Sweet. A
biJ.'.?' ,,r !,,', Ml,1,'l, ""III lie well received.
HMII.ItllOY'S FAITHBeautlful story phologrnphod on the Pacific
i!.!!",k "'"' cMcllont views imtl n pretty atmosphere.
ni.i ! (J,-'CESTKR Now American druiuu. Interesting.
lll.lII,l()..SIIII ItAm.'ll Al.l. UI.'IMI.'U CAMIW! ClUtV W'lll.ll (Ills
M.w each ewiilng ami you will' 1(. kept' Informed as (( llu ox
nmitioii or tin. best plftiu-ctt tho world affords.
10c, NEVER MORE
Who Wants a Home?
Here's One to Be Sacrificed
oOxlOO with a good six-room house all furnished,
leady to livc in. oiOSo in.
J-iOt nlrmn id n.M.iK ,,..: i.:..... rv... Lauda
lot and furniture.
J5,lis Place must be sold in next 10 davs.
wner leaving town.
with terms if you want them.
FRENCH REALTY CO.
3l.il nr . .
Ll jNonl 'to1 St. Mnrslifielcl, Ore.
iHTimes Does Job Printing
TIRES FOIt JAXUAItV.
Below 1b given tho titno and
height of high find low water at
Tho llilcs aro placed In tho order
ot occurrctica, with their times on
tho 11 r r,t lino and heights on tho
second lino of each dny; a compai
Ison on coiiBccutlvo holghts will
Indicnto whothor It Is high or low
water. For high water on tho bar,
substruct 2 hours 34 minutes.
Special Services. Tho Methodist
Brotherhood association will have
charge ot tho evening services u(
the Mnrshflold Methodist church on
Mrs.. 5.01 10.20 4. IS 10. 5S
Ft... fi.l 1.5 (5.0 0.1
Hru. . r . 1 2 11.23 5.30 11.40
Ft... (i.3 1.2 t..O 0.2
iii-h.. 0.25 12.20 0.33 o.o
Ft... c.a i.i r.i o.o
Mrs.. 0.22 7.11 1.23 7.30
Ft... 0.7 (1.3 0.0 4.3
Mrs.. 1.07 8.03 2.32 8.57
Ft...1.G 0.2 0.0 3.0
Mrs.. 2.02 0.00 3. IT. 10.20
Ft... 2.1 o.l 0.C 3.3
Urn.. 3.00 10.02 4.57 11.50
Ft... 3.1 C.l 0.2 3.4
I WEATHER FORECAST. . I
OREGON ltnlu In west to
night and Sunday.
For tho 24 hours ending at
4:43 a. in. .Ian. 25, by llenj.
Oslllnil, special government ino
I At 4:43 n. m 40
Wind Southwest, cloudy.
business. The train was an hour or
so Into on account of tho soft trnck
last ulght. Mr. Burr expects to
spend a couple of weeks here. Mo
says that the reports of trouble
with their laborers havo been great
I toad llct lor. James Laird came
in from Laird's today. Mo reports
that the old Coos Bay wngon roud
Is not bail, considering t.io weather.
Mo says It Is far superior to tho
Myrtlo Point road.
Railroad Man Here. J. M. Burr
of Wlllott & Burr, contractors of
the Smith-Powers logging road be
yond Myrtlo Point, arrived horo
from Myrtlo Point laBt evening on
WANTED Nicely fiiiiiMicil room
for one gcntleninii. High school
district preferred. Address A. N.,
FOB SAI.K New, iip-tMlnle bun
galow on South Fourth street.
Modern conveniences. Kasy
terms. Phono 3S5-.I.
FOIt Itl'.NT Seven loom fitiiilslieil
house, modern; throo largo clos
ets, two pantries, good collar.
Wood enough for balanco or win
tor. Will rent to .Juno I or la
tor. Apply 103 North Ninth St.,
Sunday afternoon. W. C. Bradley
after 7 p. m., telephone 318-L.
NOTICF lliivvou want a uo-'id post
tlon. Wo will havo 50 positions
opening boforo July 25, for sten
ographers and accountants. If
you don't come In wo will not
have any one to send, coos nay
FOIt SIjK Cheap. Mlnne-ola ww
Ing niaehluo In llrst class sowing
order. Inqulro 123 North Tonth
FOIt ItKNT I'lirnlsbeil rooms Kill
South Brondway. Call evenings
FOB S.VLi: Furniture of three
..rooms. Inquire Star Grocery,
FOB SAI.K Olio HO I egg Incubator.
Will trado for hens. Phono C-J
FOIt HALF One iM foot liuiiich
with cabin: also ono 2C foot
lauueli. Phono G-J
WANTKI) Genllemaii desires good
room with or without board In prl-
' vato family. First class only.
Telophono 402 or call nt Business
WANTF.I) Cnpalilo toucher of Kng
llsh to assist in our olemoutnry
Kngllsli Dopt. Kvenlng session
only. Coos Bay Biislnoss Collcgo.
FOUND On cor. of Hid and Market,
a small heart shaped gold pen
dant with tho Lord's Prayer en
graved thereon. Owner enn hnvo
snino by paying for this ad at Box
"B" Times olllco.
FOB BALK OIIKAl Flrcplaco heat
ing stovo. C. II. Wnltor. Phono
FOIt ItKNT Furnished house keep
ing roomB. Phono 105, North
FOUND Ou Hull nve. I cuff but
ton. Owner can havo samo by
paying for this ad at box "A",
Panama Map Tho lecturo on
Panama at tho high school yesterday
was iniulo moro Interesting by F. D.
Fletcher's contribution of tho Spor
ry Flour relief map, showing tho
contour of tho country.
Gran go Meeting. A mooting of
tho Coos Bay Orange was hold to
duy at tho Odd Fellows hall and
was largely attended. Tho olllcors
wero Installed and a Bhort literary
program enjoyed. Itofrcshuicnts
.TAMES STOCK of Sunnier Is In
MATT NKIMI5 of Ten Mile Lalco Is
Take Band Away. John Band,
known as "Jack, tho Peeper," was
taken to tho State hospital for the
Insane at Salom today on the Break
wator, by Attendants F. Camoron
and A. Camoron, who arrived hero
the day boforo yesterday,
l'-Jntt 'J'amleiii. Baudot's Cyclory
is just in receipt of tho first tandem
bicycle that has made lis appear
ance In Marshflcld In a long time,
and today scores of boys wore
around to rido It, Indicating a re
vival of tho bicycle fovcr of yours
Closo Itlnk Tho Mnrshflold skat
ing rink wns closed this afternoon
by John Morron, who began suit
In Justlco Pennock's court to col
lect $55 rent. Jus. Watt was ap
pointed caretaker of tho place. Tho
rink bus boon operated by It. L.
Pioneer Jll D. L, Watson, one of
tho best known pioneers on Coos
Bay, Is reported quite 111 at his
homo on Isthmus Inlot nonr Coos
city, ills son, Noll, was In Marsh
Hold today nml reported that owing
to his fathor's ago, soino apprehen
sion was felt.
Vandal nt Work. Sniiiu mull.
clous malefactor without tho fenr of
won or siierirr -Gago or oven Jnck
Carter In his heart, Binnslied tho
windows and broko the doors of J.
Albeit Mntson's summer homo,
"Tho Nook," on South Coos Itlver.
Thoro Is a clue to tho ciitltv nnr-
tles nml If found thoro will bo
proper punishment motcd out to
Amlci'MMi Woij.0 O. J. Soolov to-
ilny received a tolophono message
irom ttonnn Anderson stating that
Hoi Andorson, tho solo survivor of
tho Bnndou wreck, was critically 111
today. Ginigreno has dovoloped. Mo
will bo brought to Mercy hospital
In North Bond in hopes of saving
his llfo, after tho valiant strugglo
that ho has mndc. Mo has been
enred for nt Dnndon.
Add by Klectrlclty. Tho local
banks hnvo Installed electric motor
connections with tholr milling ma
chines and now computations aro
nindo by nioroly pressing a button.
This places Coob Bay In tho samo
elnsB with Now York city and Dor
soy ICroltzor or Italph Williams can
now placo your bnlnnco In tho red
or black for a million or so faster
than you can say "Jack Robinson"
or any other easy exclamation.
Reunion of Relatives. William
McGoo, n brothor of Mrs. Monry
Black of this city, whom tho int-
tor had not seen for tu-nntv vnnra.
nrrlvod yesterday via Myrtlo Point
from Sonttlo. Rlnrn N'nvnmlinr lin
has beon living on a rnnch noar
beauio, nut up to that tlmo had
lived In Contral Alaska for a num
ber of venrs. Mr. Mf!nn Innvna
noxt Thursday for Soattlo, whore
no win remain until spring whon
ho will return to Alaska.
WANTKD Automatic shot gun. In
qulro John Lapp. City.
FOR SALIC A choice dwelling lot
on Central avenuo. I. 8. Kaufman
WANTKD Empty bean pot chcoso
Jars, with lids C003 Bay Ico &
Cold Storago Co, Marshflold, Oro.
FOR SALF A flno 11-inonOis-oTd
registorod boar, puro Borkshlro.
Also two 0-months-old: good
bono, good length, good stock.
Codarbrook Ranch, Box C4, Sher
FOR SALE! Dry wood, flr and al
dor, at Campbell's Wood Yard,
Forry landing. Phoo 15.S-L.
FOR RENT room houso on South
4th Street. Inqulro J. E. Edmunds
Coos nay Wiring Company.
WANTED Girl for olllco work.
Must bo accurate. Address In own
hand writing. "Competent", Caro
FOR SALFi Horses, harness and
wagon. Phono 57-J, Coos Bay
FOR RENT Seven-room houso on
South Bronuway. immeumio pos
session. Inquire Dr. C. C. Tag
gert, Coko Building, City.
'Steals Blankets Chns, Royos was
today sontonced to fifteen days In
tho county Jail at Coquillo by Justlco
Ponnock. Ho was taken over bv
ConBtablo Cox this afternoon. Royos
last night walked Into a saloon and
picked up a roll of blankets belong
ing to Gu8 Mnkl, a logger, and took
thorn away. Lator ho sold them to
W. K. Wlsomnn for sevonty-flvo
cents. Marshal Cartor soon found
Royes and placed him In Jail, Royes
Is a hard looking customor. Ho
claimed ho was out of money and
out of work and needed tho cash to
get something to oat.
To Try Case. Tho case of Capt.
McLaln, formerly ono of tho own
ers of tho steamer Liberty, which
was brought hero a few years ago
from tho Coquillo and sold to Ma-
Jor Kinnoy, will bo tried at Co
quillo soon. Attorney Stovenson is
hero from Portland to represent Mc
Laln. Mr. McLaln Is seeking to
recover tho value of tho bout from
Major Kinnoy, whom ho claims Is
sued him worthless pool certificates
for tho valuo of tho boat. Tab Lib
erty was tho causo of much liti
gation and was finally bought by
tho Smith-Powers Co. at Sheriff's
salo and converted into a tug.
Phono 188-R 172 Broadway
KRK1) BURNELL of Coos River Is
In town today.
CMAS. HEISNRR Is In town today
from North Inlet.
MISS MAI1LE MILLS Is a visitor
today from Sumner.
J. W. STRETCH Is In town on busi
ness from North Inlet.
tercd on somotlmc ngo,
ALEC CARLSON Is among tho busi
ness visitors In town from Ton
MRS. LOUIS WIRTH and cblldreir
ui'o In town today from South
F. C. HAMILTON ot North Inlot Is
In town today looking after busi
GUS WICKS mid daughter, ELSIE,
of North Inlet are visiting la
J. E. NOAH and IVY NOAM of
North Coos River aro In town to
day on business.
J. W. HOWARD of North Inlet Is
In town on business.
MRS. J. CRONK Is ti visitor today
from South Coos River.
W. A. COLVER Is in Mnrshlleld to
day from Catching Inlet.
JOHN MESSERLE Is In town from
his Catching Inlet homo.
J. E. MASTERS of Catching Inlet 1b
lu Mnrshlleld on business,
J. II. PINKERTON Is n business vIb
itor today from North Inlet.
MRS. GUILLIAMS of Daniels Creek
is spending the day In town.
MRS. ED BUSBY went to Myrtlo
Point yesterday to visit for a fow
MR. and MRS. E. W. GUPTILL of
South Coos River arc In town to
day on business.
MR. and MRS. II. E. BESSEY and
family of tho Creamery aro spend
ing todny In town.
MRS. HILLSTROM Is In Mnrshflold
todny from South Coos Rlvor.
ROCCO BIASCA of Coos River is In
Marshflcld today on business.
HERBERT GEDDES of South Coos
River is lu Mnrshlleld today.
CHAS. MAHAFFY of North Coos
River Is In town on business.
WM. JUDY of Loon Lnko Ib in
Mnrshflold to day on business.
MRS. S. A. YOAKAM of Coos River
Is a Marnbflcld visitor today.
W. II. BONEBRAKE of Catching In
lot Is In town today on business.
HERMAN SMITHGALL, a Catching
Inlet former, Is in town on business.
JOHN SOHETTER camo to Mnrsh
flold this morning from Ten Mllo
55. T. THOMAS and ALFRED RO
DlNE mo visitors from Allegnny
MR. and MRS. FRANK IIODSON nro
visitors today from South Coos
W. II. MOROAN mid NORR1S MOR
GAN of Daniels Creek nro In
MRS. EMMA HILLBORN and MRS.
KING of MUllcomn nro spending
todny In Mnrshlleld.
MRS. W. II. SMITH of Coos River
Is spending tho dny In Mnrshflold
on business and pleasure.
MR. and MRS. .TAS. LANDRITH nro
among tho South Coos River vis
itors to Mnrshlleld today.
DORIS and KAY HOWARD aro
spending today in Mnrshlleld.
Their homo is on North Inlot.
II. D. BLACKERY will bo an out
going piiBBongor on tho Drain-Gardiner
stage tomorrow morning.
ALBERT WYMAN, cnptaln of tha
launch Vega, Is sick, nt his homo
on South Inlot cnuscd from a cold.
O. J. SEELEY left on tho nftornoon
train for his homo In Coquillo, nf
tor a week's business trip In
MRS. P. D. BLAKE of Catching In
let is spending tho dny lu Mnrsh
lleld, accompanied by her son,
C. GOODMAN of Gardiner, who ar
rived In Mnrshflold Thursday on
a short business visit, left for
jinmc this morning. v
Mns. LAURA McKEA of North In
let Is visiting in Mnrshlleld today.
DR. C. B. JOHNSON loft on tho
Rtugo this morning for Gardiner.
MR. nnd MRS. JOHN GRANT ot
South Coos River nro in town todny.
A. E. KARDELL and wife, who
wero recontly married, will not
mnko their homo on tho ranch
which Mr. Kariloll recently bought
of Dr. Strnw, but will resldo on
tho homestead, which Kardcll on-
FOR HIGH-GRADE MEAT nnd fan
cy SAUSAGES OF ALTi KINDS call
up PIIONK 1111, Tho NORTH
BKXD ItEFRIGKRATING MEAT
CO., where you can SAVE FIVE
PER CENT by paying cash.
Dr. Kipper Says:
Cimis Hay People should oat a
greater variety of sea food.
Wo havo Just received a fivsh
Spiced Pickled Herring
Salt Salmon Bellies
Geiiuliio Eastern Codfish
Booth's Eastern Oysters
Stauf f Grocery Co.
G. E. TONNEY, brldgo engineer of
tho Smith-Powers railway loft to
day on n business trip to Denver.
MRS. ELIZABETH ADAMS roturn
ed today from a trip to Floronco
with hor brother, C. J. Mnhonoy.
A. W. NEAL loft on tho nronkwntor
this morning after n two wookV
visit with his son. Mr. Neal'8
destination Is Sacramento, Calif.
MRS. REBECCA LU8E-STUMP and
nml little daughter, Catherine
nro spending Sunday at tho W.
A. Luso homo on Coos Rlvor.
ROY and PHILIP LANDRITH and
tholr sister MISS BLANCHE
LANDRITH of North Coos Rlvor
nro spending tho dny In Marshflold.
MR. and MRS. LUTHER JUDY nro
In town todny on buslnoss from
North Coos Rlvor. Mr. Judy, who
recontly sold his lenso of tho Jack
Boattlo placo, expects to movo his.
family to Loon Lnko in tho spring.
FRED WILSON returned this morn
ing from n hunting trip. Mr.
Wilson loft town Thursdny anil
travollod toward Falrvlow In
search of bear and cougar, but
what ho returned with ho kept un
der his hat.
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If you havo anything to soil, roa'
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Will CURE RHEUMATISM
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Headache amid Neuralgia
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capsules, as they will glvo quick relief when you need them. Sole
agents. Guaranteed to glvo satisfaction or money back.
Tho Store for Quality Goods and Penslnr Remedies.