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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1913. EVENING EDITION.
Special Ek Sale
Fr Tern Days Grily
we are going to give to the people of
Coos Bay bargains in our book de
partment All of our $J,50, $L35 and $1.25
books, some the very latest, q
special sale price, ?OC
All of our $1.00 and 75c books,
special sale price,
See Our Windows
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Two Stores Wholesale Retail
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fresh end contain the exact amount of everything they
should contain. Wo fill physicians' prescriptions with
the jrcate3t care and accuracy. Wc do not know what
it to to mako a mistake. We have built up this
business by selling druG3 cf unquestionable quality at
prices unquestionably fair.
If .you require a Spring tonic we can give you a
very pleasant and superior one, that is a great im
provement over the old-fashioned, nauseating mess of
Bulphur end mo!assc3 or the bitter solution of salts.
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TONIC. It i3 pleasant tasting and especially adapted
for a Spring restorative. Good for all conditions ofi
exhaustion. It hclp3 to mako blood, supplies material
for the body and brain and gives strength and nerve
force. Sold with the Rcxall guarantee,
Lockhart-Parsons Drug Co.
"THE BUSY CORNER."
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Abstracts, Real Estate, Fire
gpd Marine Insurance
Trtfe Guarantee and Abstract Co.
CoqulUa nm iIKJmY BBGSTAOKBN, Mgr.
Parma t. 191--pJa"'ng Lands a specialty.
Tlmbor Coal and Marshflold Offico 14-J.
General Agents "EASTSIDE."
T& Star Transfer
i storage Co.
PSrtenoUce & :dndB of haul,n
n4 bn,. . "ce we meet nil i-mine
"rl9 R'ynoldsin0 ht th0 ,at,
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THE LATEST IN
Lamps and Shades
To net results in lighting get
ono of our hooks, "Index to
Lighting" nnd ask to seo tho
Coos Bay Wiring Co.
Phono 237-J 153 N. Broadway
TIDES TOR JANUARY.
Uolow Id Riven tho timo and
height of high nnd low water at
The tldca nro placed In the ordor
of occurrence, with their times on
tho Unit lino nnd heights on tho
second lino or each dny; n compai
Ihoii on cotiBocutlvo holghts will
Indicate, whether It Is high or low
water. For high wntor on tho har,
sulistrnct 2 hour!) :M mlnutnfl.
Tho llanllHt Ladles' Aid Society
with Mrs. C. II. Marsh.
Crescendo Club with Prof, and
Mrs. C. A. Davidson of North
Itoynl Auction Hrldge with Mrs.
Auction IVrldgo with Mrs. J. A.
Ladles' (lulld with Mrs. Fannlo
Loyal Ordor of Mooso danco at
Odd Fellows hall.
OREGON Fair tonight;
Wednesday fair In East with
Increasing cloudiness In west,
probably followed by rnln.
For tho 24 hours ending at
1:43 n. in., Jnn. 28, by UonJ.
Ostllnd, special gin eminent mo
At 4:13 n. in 32
Precipitation since Sept. 1,
Precipitation sntno porlod
provlous year 30.03
Wind Northwest. Clear.
Hrldge Club with Mrs.
urge that body to mnko a liberal
appropriation for the state's exhibit
at the Panama Exposition at San
Francisco In 10 15.
College Open. President Stoss
niolster reports thnt the Coos Hnv
llnslncss Collego opened yesterday
with an enrollment of fifteen and
that prospects aro very bright for a
large increase In the attendance
soon. Most or tile onulpment la
here. Mlus Hazel Provart or Do
qiioln, 111., who has been teaching
In the StoBsinelster college at Liv
ingston. Montuna. arrived toduv to
tako charge of tho shorthand department.
tor work on his now homo la
CIIAMHEUS To Mr. nnd Mrs.
Chambers at their homo near I ho
Times olllco, a dnughtor. The
little one Ib not very strong nnd
the parents have roBortcd to .an
Improvised Incubator to save her.
New llimie Work tins commenc
ed on a now residence for J. 1).
Cllnktnbeard of Sumner.
New Hrldge Tho brldgo under
construction on tho new roail be
tween North Inlet and Lakeside Is
reported as nearly completed.
Railroad Workmen Sixteen men
arrived on tho Ilodoudo yesterday
for the Wllllt and llurr work at Myr-
FOR SALE New iliick scow,
end of Eastsldo wharf.
FOR SALE New gas Move. Object
of selling, going where there Is
no gas. Address 33 1 First St,,
or phono 310-.!.
WANTED Position by young lady.
Must have three nights each week
for eourso In business collego,
WANTED Twelve experienced min
ors nnd timber men. Apply Denv
er Hill Coal Co.
FOIt 11 EXT Ono l
houso on South
Phono 331-It or seo J. C. Donne.
FOIt SALE Furniture of II rooms.
Inquire Stnr Grocory, Eastsldo.
VOl It EXT Furnished house.. Ad
dress Home, Times.
WANTED Young man to hoard and
room In prlvnto family, Roeom
mondatlons. F. P., Cnro Times.
FOU It EXT A six room house,
neatly furnished. All modorn
conveniences. South Fourth St.
Address nox O, cnro Times.
FOR SALE Hood second hand
motor delivery car nt n bargain.
Address Box I), cnro Times.
VOW SALE CHEAP Nearly now oil
hontor. Antlsoptlc Harbor Shop.
WANTED Nicely furnished room
for ono gontlemnu. High school
district proforred. Address A. N.,
FOIt SALE Cheap. Minnesota sew
ing machine- In first class sowing
ordor. Inquire- 123 North Tenth
FOIt RENT Furnished houso keep
ing rooms. Phono 1C5, North
WANTED Automatic shot, gun. In.
qulro John Lapp. City.
FOIt SALE A choice- dwelling lot
on Contral avenuo. I. S. Kaufman
tie Point. The loft on tho train this
Hurl til Camp. A workman at
Smith-Powers Camp No. 1 on South
Coos River was Injured yesterday
and was brought to Mercy bospltnl
by tho Allco II. for treatment'.
Hapllst Ladles .Meet. The Hnp
tlst Ladles' Aid Bocloty will meet
with Mrs. C. II. Mursh tomorrow,
Wednesdny afternoon, Instead of to
day as previously erroneously an
nounced. Hoes to Dilution Dr. Dlx wont to
Handon Monday to seo Rol Ander
son, the hrnkomnn, Injured In
the Handon wreck, who Is reported
to bo quite low nB n result of gan
Huys Itluk Tho troublo ovor tho
Marshflold skating rink has been
adjusted. Frank Gilbert of Eastsldo
buying tho place from It. L. Kestor.
mid paying tho $55 thnt John Ilor-
rou was suing for.
Meet This Evening. Tho Young
People's Socloty of tho Norwegian
Lutheran church of North Hond Is
to bo ontortnlncd tonight ut a
combined business meeting nnd so
cial at- tho homo of Mrs. O. Jaron.
Starts Contract C. II. Noblo to-
day started driving tho piling to
mark tho harbor lines along Enst
Bltlo. Ho brought tho pile-driver
down from Daniels Crook, whoro ho
has Just completed ropnlrlng tho
McDonald & Vaughan boom.
Let. Contract. According to nn
unolllclal report hero today, the
Southern Pacific last Friday In San
Francisco awarded tho contracts for"
tho piers for tho hrldge ncross Coos
nay and for tho stool work on tho
bridge. Tho nniues of the con-1
tractors were not given.
Dies in Hospital. Jainca Dolnn,
a Inborer, died ut Mercy hospital
(Ills morning. For n tlmo he was
employed In ;umo or tho saloons In
Marshflold and was Injured about
Christmas time nnd Inter became'
III. Ho hail no relatives hero and
was without money.
Launch Vessel The San llamon,
tho new vessel of tho Dodge Lum
ber Company, will ho Inunehed ut'
tho Kruse & Hanks yards In North
Hond next Snturday, February 1.
1lua Dlitrtt ilu t'niimr ilniiitlitmi if
no IIIUI Hill JUIIIIh UlkllKlllUI til i
Mr. and Mrs. Piper of Coos Rlvor
will chrlston tho now vessol.
Aid North llend. The experts
from tho Oregon Itullrnnd Commls-1
slon, who are hero Investigating the i
Coos liny Wntor Company, nro also
collecting data about the service In
North Hond, Indicating that the
North Head situation will bo cover
ed In tho action of tho commission,
us wen as niai or .Mnrsiiiieiu.
Fell Into River Miss Ilolen Smith
while visiting nt tho homo of lion
pnrouts , Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Smith I
on Coos Hlvor Sunday foil off tho
dock Into tho river and might have
drowned had It not boon for n mnu
named Edmonds, who works on tho
ranch, coming to her assistance. Sho
attends tho Eighth grndo In tho
South Marshllold school.
Will Wed Stflvo Cochran, iwho
has boon omployod In tho clothing
dopnrtmeut of Mngnes nnd Matson, I
loft on tho Drain stago yesterday
morning for Donvor. Colo,, whoro ho .
...Ill 1 . I i .1.- ji . m ri '
win ue iiiiiniuu iiiu iiiBi. ui ruuruary
to Miss Mnry Furninn of that city.
Mr. and Mrs. Cochran will mako
their homo at Green Valley, Calif.,
whoro Mr. Cochran's brother Is In
terested In a fruit ranch.
Wedding Announcements An
nouncement of tho mnrrlago of John
Linden Howmnn nnd Miss Ellen
Hntes at tho homo of tho brldo's
mother, Mrs. Francis L. Dates, In
Grand Rapids, Mich,, Jan, 21, wore
rccolvcd by frlonds of Mr. Howman
on Coos Hay today. Thoy will ho nt
homo at COO Tillamook street, Port
land, nftor April 15. Thoy nro now
on nn oxtended honoymoon tour.
For Panama Fair. Socretnry
Motloy of tho Marshflold Chambor
of Conunorco today wired 13. W.
Wright of Portland to represent
Coos Hay at Salom Thursday night
when a dologatlon of Oregon men
will appear boforo tho loglslaturo to
North Bend Real Estate
Two fluo business lots
m nn avenuo for $3500,
Shriver Realty Co.
1st Nnt'l Bank Hldg. North Hond,
DAVE TALHOT of South Inlet Is In
GEORGE HOSS of Catching Inlet Is
In town today.
LOUIS DUBUQUE Is In town today
from North Inlet.
ELMER NEAC1LEY Is In town toduy
from tho Creamery.
CAUL SPOONEIt or Catching Inlet
Is In town on business.
KEV. FATHER SPRINGER or North
Hond Is In town today.
CLAUDE IIOCKETT or Empire Is
111 Mnrshrielll fnr Mm ilnv
MRS. O. II. MEYERS of South Coos
River Is n town visitor todnv.
T. S. SMALL of North Inlet' Is n
business visitor to Mnrshfleld.
J. M. LAWLER or Empire Is n
business visitor to Mnrshriold.
MRS. W. 11. FARRIN Is In Marsh
llold ror tho day rrom Sumner.
JUDOE TURPEN or Empire Is vis
iting In Mnrshriold ror tho day.
J. II. 52IEGLER went to Mj'rtlo Point
yosterdny on business and pleas
ure. MRS. J. M. CULLEY Is among tho
visitors from Catching Inlet to
day. MRS. CIIA8. SELANDER of Sum
ner wns visiting In town yoster
dny. MISS MAY MAG.EE Is among tho
Emplro visitors In Marshflold to
day. WILL CHAMHERLAIN of Hayncs
Inlet Is a Marshflold visitor to
day. SHERIFF W. W. GAGE or Coqulllo
Is In Marshflold on legal busi
ness. ROY LANDR1TH or North Coo8 Riv
er Is In Mnrshtleld today on busl-
JOHN PORTER of Allegany Is In
Marshllold today ateudliig to busi
ness. FRANK ROOD Is down rrom his
Cooa River ranch today on busi
ness. EDNA and HILUR SELANDER or
Sutnnor nro spending tho day In
MRS. FRED KRUSE or Isthmus In
let Is spending tho day with
MRS. CHARLES M'CULLOCH Is
visiting In Mnrshriold todnv rrom
liny lies Inlet.
GEORGE TOPPING or nnndon nr
rlved In Mnrshriold last evening
MISS GERTRUDE JENNINGS or
Ilaynos Inlot Is spondlng tho dny
JOHN MORGAN, an old resldont- or
Emplro, Is In Mnrshriold spend
ing the dny.
MRS. JOHN MESSERLE Is shop
ping In Mnrshfleld today rrom
M. D. WEEKS loft this morning on
tho train ror n business trip to tho
O. It. HAIGHT will bo a passenger
on the outgoing Drain stngo to
MR. mid MRS. ROMIE WELDEN
nro visiting horo rrom tholr South
Inlot homo today.
MRS. JENNIE LANDR1TH Is n
Marshllold visitor today from
North Coos River.
E. L. C. FARRIN nrrived horo yos
terdny from Portland to spend a
few dayB on tho Dny.
FRANK WILSON, who has been not
ing as roromnn or Camp 1, return
ed to Marshllold yesterday.
HERBERT ARMSTRONG or tho
Southorn Oregon Compnny Is horo
rrom North Bond on business.
MRS. M. R. SMITH wns an over Sun
day guest nt tho homo or hor son,
Goorgo Smith, on Coos Rlvor.
W. E. BROWN, or tho Pnlnco rcs
tnurant, loft for South Inlot yes
torduy nftornoon on a hunting trip.
G. J. JONES of San Francisco la
spondlng a few days horo as tho
guest of E. K. Jones, a rolntlvo.
MRS. J. II. PRICE and daughter,
PEARL, or Allegany aro In Marsh
flold today on business and pleas
uro. MRS. JOHNSTON, who resides about
four miles ahovo Allegany, camo
to Marshflold on business and
MR. MYERS camo down from his
Landrlth ranch today to look nf-
W. H. HOLD1MAN left yesterday for
Coqulllo Valloy points, whoro ho
Is doing some special work ror tho
W. O. W.
HARRY 0. HOY returned last even
ing rrom Coqulllo, whoro ho at
tended tho opening session of cir
VERNON DARKER arrived horo yes
torday from Eugene, whoro ho has
been spending n row months. Ho
niny relocate hero.
ROY ROZELLE of Empire left Sun
day Tor Dig Eddy, Oregon, whoro
he expects to spend a few months
In the government emplov.
D. C. GREENE nnd wire ' nro ex
pected home In u day or two
rrom their eastern trip ns they
nro leaving San Francisco today.
REV. CRONK or South Coos Rlvor
Is In town today.
CAPT. EDGAR SIMPSON, TED
KISSAM nnd W. II. Pnlntor of
North Bond plnn to lenvo on tho
Redondo this wcok for San Fran
cisco. A. E. MATTHEWS, who Is reported
to bo figuring on putting in a saw
mill near tho slto of tho old Prlca
shipyards at Handon was in
Marshflold yesterday on buslnoss.
WARREN REED Is hero from Gar
diner on business nnd pleasure.
Ho says that tho Southorn Pacific
Is rushing tho work near thoro as
fast as weather conditions will per
mit. DAPE WALLACE of Cntchlng Inlet
left on tho Dronkwator Sunday
for Portland, In response to a mes
sago announcing tho death of a
brother thoro. No particulars woro
P. J. SHEEHAN or tho Smith-Powers
Compnny hns returned rrom a
trip to Snn Francisco, coming
homo via Handon. Ho reports
tho bar was qulto rough when
thoy camo in tnoro, sons washing
W. H. STULL, road supervisor In tho
Allogany district, was In Marsh
flold yostorday and roports that it
took him and Frod Noah. Joe
Schappors and Chas. Waldo sov
eral days to clear tho highway of
fallen trees nfter tho recent storm.
ROBERT ROOKE Is In rrom his
Lnko ranch today. Ho roports
that tho Loon Lake-Allegany road
has been cloarcd of tho many trees
that foil across It during tho ro
cent storm. Tho road Is in unusu
ally UOOd condition, cnnnlilnrlnir
tho heavy rains, tho ninny trees
having stopped trnfllc ovor It nnd
prevented rigs from cutting It up.
I AMONO THE SICK. I
Addison Cook left on tho Wash
ington Sunday for San Francisco to
secure medical treatment.
Mrs. F. A. Sncchl has returned
from San Francisco, whoro sho un
derwent nn oporntlon. Sho Is much
Improved. Mr. Sncchl met hor nt
Tho young daughter of ARred
Stora of Allogany Is roportcd 111 nt
her homo and has been for some
Mrs. Alfred Mahton, wlfo or Cap
tain MnlBOIl. who linn linim miltn 111
Is now Improving nnd Is nblo to ho
up ami around part or tho tlmo.
Mrs. Amrm Slninsnn Is rnnnrtntl
quite ill at her homo In Bunkor
Mrs. Frank Couklln Is reported
qulto sick nt hor homo In Bunker
Wm. Roh ror Is laid up nt his
homo In West Mnrshriold with n so
voro attack or la grippe.
Mrs. E. D. McArthur, who hns
been qulto sick, Is reported Im
proving. Tho children or Mr. nnd Mrs.
Chas. Stauff aro Just recovering front
tho chicken pox.
I ALONfi THE WATERFRONT.
Tho Monitor, Wnh-Ta-Wasa and
Rangor nnd somo of tho other smnl
bonts ran on to tho mud flats in
tho Bay during tho honvy fog yos
terdny and were dolayod for awhile.
WANTED Empty bean jwt chceso
Jars, with lids Coos Hay Ico &
Cold Storage Co. Marshflold, Ore.
FOR SALE A flno 1 1-montJis-old
registered hoar, pure Borkshlro.
Also two 0-months-old: good
bono, good length, good stock.
Cedarbrook Ranch, Hox G4, Sher
FOR SALE Dry wood, fir and al
der, at Campbell's Wood Yard,
Ferry landing. Phono 15.-I-L.
FOR RENT room house on South
4th Street. Inquire J. E. Edmunds
Coos Bay Wiring Company.
FOIt SALE Horses, harness nnd
wagon. Phono C7-J, Coos Bay
A CUP O' TEA
OR HOT CHOCOLATE
OR HOT COFFEE
OR HOT IIOU1LON
Delicious and Refreshing
.We Are Agents for
Phono 188-It 173 Broadway
FOR HIGH-GRADE MEAT nnd fan
cy SAUSAGES OF ALL KINDS call
up PHONE 1111, Tho NORTH
DEXD HEFRIGERATIXH MEAT
CO., where you can SAVE FIVE
PERCENT by paying cash.
COOS E. W. Frnnkton, Gardi
ner; W. W. Gngo, Coqulllo; R. M
BLANCO E. B. Hatchor, Han
don; C. A. Boyno, Prosper; 7,. V.
Young, Dora; J. II. Horry, Fort
Klamnth; T. L. Bean, A. J. Preehol,
C. A. Hold, Norway; J. J. Cllnkln
beard. Coos Rlvor! Jos. n. nutler.
and son. Gardiner.
CHANDLER C. O. Rogors and
wRo. V. S. .Tonkins. Frnnk II. Ack
loy, L. F. Hart. F. Dohorty, Sau
Fronclsco; W. P. Rood, Gardiner;
F. A. Snnncnr. Mvrlln Pnln V. f!
Tfnnnmlv T.na Anrvnlna X 1 PIHa
.......W, ..WU ...nv.u, .... -, ...M.
Geo. Topping, Hundon; James II.
.tiuuonaiu, Aiyrno I'onu; j. w. uos-.
Dr. Kipper Says:
Coos Bay Peojilo should eat u
greater variety of ben food.
Wo liuvo Just received a fresh
Kippered Salmon ,
Spiced Pickled Herring
Salt Salmon Bellies
Genuine Eastern Codfish
Booth's Eastern Oysters
Stauff Grocery Co.
Reniombor tho SPECIAL TAFFr
SALE nt LEWIS' TOMORROW. As
sorted flavors, 15 CENTS POUND.
REDONDO SAILS WEDNESDAY
aftomoon nt il O'CLOCK lor SAN
Shoulder Braces, Trusses
and Abdominal Belts.
All sizes and styles fit
ted by experts,