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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1913 EVENING EDITION.
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i.r.ir Store. Dny
lit phono 139-X.
I IjK, I'lOl'lH-ltir.
ncnt of Electric Cut
our stock of 8lnBfl
I have boiiio "' i"u
hn Bhowor flxturoB,
Co five. Everything
nil nrnuiul It 1b
to $M TIUB IB
imrL'!i ii wo nro
Ut JliintlilloM. Wo
term liiirKttlii" III
cannot nfroru it).
hvmi invest now,
bortunlty 1 Bono.
the. ability to devote
oho'h time ti nuiltem
of personal choice.
Gas ranges greatly
reduce kitchen ilrud
gery mill kitchen
ffce & Spice House
J Mi BLDG.
, .Mnr.ihfichl, Or.
fckH between nny
eld for tlio follow-
b to lio mnilo In
and Storage Co.
A. H. IIOIIGIXS
-the price of true independence for many
women is the price of a gas range,
-it costs only a small investment to be
come independent of the coal or wood
pile, the ash box, the intolerable heat of
solid fuels the dirt, delays and disap
pointments of old-style cooking appar
atus, -gas stoves may be had in all sizes and at
prices ranging from $2,00 to $40,00,
-if you are interested, telephone 178,
Oregon Power Co.
Second and Central.
rd If. Straus tb
ring. Let iu
The World's Best Meat
Ib Jimt good enough for our custom
orB In our opinion. Ami a trial
order will provo tlmt wo live up to
our belief. Order n roaut or n Htcnk
and propnro (yourBolt for a treat
for It will surely provo one when
tlio meat nppcnru on your table.
MARSHFIELD CASH MARKET.
Murnhlleld Telephones North Rend
221-J Two Market Bl
North Uonil. Or.
iiiiIicKi'h lOl.'l 7-
Stand at Hill-
epliono 2G0-L, tlio
111 driving assured.
JVM ko anywhoro,
gut. Leaves in
to meet all trains
DT WORK. '
ver the goods.
Abstracts, Real Estate,
Fire and Marine Insurance
TITLE GUARANTEE & ABSTRACT CO., Inc.
HENRY 8ENGSTAOKEN, Manager
FARM, COAL, TIMBER AND PLATTING LANDS A SPECIALTY.
GENERAL AGENTS EASTSIRE
MARSHFIELD OFFICE, PHONE J l-.T.
COQUILLK CITY OFFICE PHONE 101.
11 AXl) GOV.
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
ALWAYS ON TIME.
HAILING FROM PORTLAND JUNK 21); JULY -I, O, 11, It), 21,
AND lit), AT H A. M.
HAILING FROM COOS RAY JULY 1. l, 11, 10, 21, 2(1 AND
ill, AT 1 P. M.
TIckctH on sale to all Eastern points and Inforiuatlon as to routes
mill rates cheerfully furnished.
Phono Mitln 35-L. P. U STICKLING, Agent.
keep tlmo. Dirty
the rulnntlon of
imiimo u and
'' for years to
juarsnn id. Qr.
I'on, we aro os-
i vamr to ratnlly
pis or Bhort ar
V? A I) i)Ay
S. S. NANN SMITH
Sails From Smith Mill Dock for San Francisco
Tuesday, July 15, at 4 P. M.
CARRYING ALL COOS HAY FREIGHT.
Han Francisco office, 805 Fife Rldg., or Lombard St. Pier No. 27
Inter-Oceanic Transportation Co,, C. F. McGeorge, Ant. Phono 41.
S. S. ALLIANCE
EQUIPPED WITn WIRELESS --" ir .'
SAILS FROM PORTLAND FOR COOS BAY
THURSDAY, JULY 17, AT 6 P. M.
ROUND TRIP, $18.50
CONNECTING WITH THE NORTH I1ANK HOAD AT PORTLAND
NORTH PACIFIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Phono 44 9. F. McGEORGE, Agent.
C. A. Smith Lumber & Mfg. Co.
LUMUER, LATH, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH AND DOORS,
ROOFING PAPER, ETC.
CUT THE FUEL DILL IN TWO BY USING OUR WOOD.
PHONE 100. 183 SOUTH DROADWAY
All Kinds of Job Printing Pone at The Times Office
-- Mews f Nearby Towmis
CULL1XGH FROM COQUILLK.
Coos County Heat Nown as Told by
Illda for tlio installation of u san
itary HyBteui of plumbing at the Co
uulllo IIIkIi school building will prob
ably bo opened and coiiBldored by the
Bcnooi board noxt Aiouoay evening,
After having been tlio WollB-Kurgo
IJxpreBB agent at Coqulllo for 15
years, Henry Lorenz linn tondered
IiIb rcBlguatlon, and tlio office will
probnbly bo moved to tlio railway
station next week. Tlio company
tried to Induco Mr. Lorcnj! to eontln
uo In tho service, but ho declined to
recoiiHldor his resignation, other
business reauirlng his attention,
Mr. J. J. Stanley, who lina -10 acrcB
of land In tho HrcwHtor valley, Is
about to plat tho property into lotH
SOxlHO and place them on tho mar
ket for resort lodgeB. Tho slto Ib di
rectly ncross tho rlvor from tho land
lecciitly purchased by tho Kokeol
Kami Klub, and will be known iib
Hall stroit frn" Front to Sccn'ul
street, will bo Improved this season
and tho bridge on Front street n.
the foot of tlio MU will bo rebuilt.
This was derided upon at a meet
ing of the Council Monday evening
nnd tho City Knglucer was instruct
ed toe prcparo plans and specifica
tions for tho work.
IIKIEKH OF IJAXDOX.
PARENTS WRITE DIAMOND.
Mother of Glcinlnle Rank Itohhcr
Writes to lllm.
ItOSEIIUItG, Or., July H. Shor
Ift Qulno Is In receipt of a loiter
from tho mother of Ray Diamond, tho
(llendalo bank robber. Sho will
probably como hero from Eureka.
Cnl to see him beforo ho Ib scut to
tho penitentiary. Circuit Court nnd
tho grand Jury will both resunio ses
sions next Tuesday, and If ho pleads
guilty, as ho says ho will, lib sen
tence will probably bo pronounced
within two or tlireo days thereafter.
Diamond's father, who lives at Glen
dale, has also written htm. lfotli
parents aro much grelved that their
son lins committed such n crlmo.
PORT OKFORD OFFERINGS.
New of Clty-by-the-Heu as Told by News of Northern Curry County as
. ,v ... llH' ",""1' , ,, 'I'oLl by Tho Tribune.
11 Tuttlo has Bovered his con- Orron nrawini mni Mina Mm. pif.v
neetlon with tho Club saloon and woro united in marrlaco nt tlm
purchased a half Interest In tho El , homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. L. Darrett
Dorado, RiiBumsBen HrotherB re- In I'ort Orford, July 2, Justice M
tainlng the other half. Ab Is well T. Wright officiating. ' '
known, Mr. Tuttlo was with tho El I Last Friday evening bohio 25 or
30 of tho friends of L, Knapp, pro
prietor of tho Knapp hotel, mot and
surprised him upon the occasion of
IiIb 70th birthday anniversary.
Tho Commercial Club mot last
Saturday evening nnd Btartod prep
arations for tho Third Annual Ag
ato Carnival, to bo held at Port Or
ford AugiiBt 1G, 1C, 1913.
Jas. Capps, tho progressive Den
mark merchant, Is building ono of
tho largest barns in tho county. It
Has a concrete foundation, is sub
stantial and up-to-dnto In every
way, and will bo tmed chiefly for
Loulo Marsh camo Into town Sat
urday from IiIb homo on Elk rlvor.
It Ib tho vounir mnn'n first vUK n
tills placo slnco his lato protracted
Illness, however ho Ib looking halo
and hearty, and Is fast regaining IiIb
former robiiBt strength.
Much of the 1913 wool clip of
Curry county has been contracted
for snlo at lfic. with tho groworH to
lmvo tho benefit of nny ralBo in tho
market between now and tho tlmo
tho wooIIb delivered. Others, how
ovor, nro holding for 20c flat, nnd
bollovo that they will got it.
Dorado for sovernl years previous
to his taking an Interest In the Cluli
IteporlH from tlio West Shore
Oil company Indicato tnat tho well
Is progressing nicely nnd Ib now
down 700 feet, Tho drillers nro
working In flour Band and the
second basin of Bait water has been
Last weok Pat Hiuirahan was
called to Toronto, Canada, by tho
serloiiB lllncBB of IiIb mother. It
l-ouulroa eight days and eight nights
for mr. llanrahan to reach his des
tination. J. II. Snydow has resigned his
position with tho Hfo siivIiik crow
and was a Hreakwator passenger en
route to Porter, WahIi., whoro ho
will temporarily locato. Jack Jo
liannson, of Umpqun, has taken his
Wo are told tho Clrclo City Mill
will soon comnieiico operations un
dor tlio giildniico of Richort Uroth
ors. A girl babe of standard weight
nrrlved at the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs.
A. V. Dnlrd Sunday morning.
1IRIEFS OF RAXDOX.
This Sign Means
That we carry in stock
Roods which arc advertised
in Good Housekeeping
The kind of goods that
Dr. Wiley approves as
For Good Housekeeping
allows only good, sound,
wholesome things to be ad
vertised in its columns.
Good Housekeeping guar
antees their quality.
So do we.
The Good Housekeeping Store.
Corner Commercial and See
Phono 2 lit-J.
XeVH or Clty-by-the-Son ns Told
by Tho Surf.
Horn. To Mr. nnd Mrs. P. L.
itnndles Wednesday morning n girl
imuo wcigning yy2 pounds.
Horn. To Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Haird Sunday morning a girl weigh
ing 10 pounds.
Tho Prosper mill Is cutting an
nvorago of 70,000 feet daily, tho
best record tho mill has over mado.
Zach Dolce was stricken with
heart falluro Saturday and fell un
conscious on tho Btreet, Ho was
carried on a stretcher by the, Llfo
Saving Crow to his homo but was
down town ngaln In n few minutes.
It tnkca something moro than a
llttlo thing llko heart falluro to put
Xach out of business.
PloilOor Grecnvtlln ninkn nolo.
brnted IiIb S2nd birthday Friday in
coming down town nnd Joining in
the festivities. Mr. Dlako Ib the
ono of tho few ploncors now living
who fought througlit tho Hoguo
Itlvor Indian war. Ho aminnrn lmin
and hearty nnd looks good for n
good many more years.
GOLD REACH NUGGETS.
( urry County Seat Xews as Told by
Hud West and son, Urndloy, for
merly of this piaco, hnvo been
(IoIiik tho Bbeop shearing net In
these parts tho past month. Thoy
aro each expert shearers and make
an nvorago of 100 head a day.
Ex-County Judge E. A. Dalloy
roturnod on tho Rustler Wednesday
from Ilnndon whore ho received
medical treatmont. IIo Is feeling
Dr. Gilbert who wlnturnd In ililn
plnco last wlntor, nrrlved by team J
ti urn tuun cuiiiiij- mm weoit en
routo to California for a business
Grandma Strahan of Weddorburn,
received u fall last weok In which
bIio sustained n sprained nnklo. Tho
old lady Ib gotlng qulto old nnd it
Is Hkoly to bo soino tlmo boforo sho
will recover proper uso of tho limb
Pictures & Framing
Be Up To Date
Order your Suit from
TTYnfcrv The Tailor and
. JUJ Dress Expert
I LONG TRIP TO CELEHRATE.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Stephen, for
merly of Coqulllo, were hero for tho
Fourth. They now resldo on a
homestead fifty miles distant, four
miles from a neighbor, nnd rodo n
trail is miles to tho Smlth-Powora
now logging road, whero thoy got a
train for Myrtlo Point, coming from
there by nuto. Tho trip occupied
tho ontiro day. yet notwithstanding
tho fnct that Mrs. Stephen had beon
hours In tho Bnddlo, alio danced un
til midnight. Mr. Stephen was for
merly in the bnkory business horo.
278 Front St.
Singer Sewing Machines
Wo have thorn tor rent op for sale.
Supplies and Needles for Salo.
W. J. RITZ.
131 Park Ave. Marshfield.
Cars leavo every 20 minutes from
7 a. m to 7 p. m,; from 7 p. m.
t6 12 o'clock overy half. Faro 15
cents ono way, round trip 25 cents,
Commutation books, 20 rides, $2.00.
Cars leavo Chandler Hotel, Marsh
field and North Bend News Co., In
G0RST & KING, Props.
New and Second Hand Furniture
sold on tlio Installment plan.
nARRIXGTON, DOYLE & CO.,
802 Front St.
Phono 840-L Marshfield. Or.
If n subBtltuto Is offered you for
Foley Kldnoy Pills, It means o clienp
er medlclno Is pressed upon you for
tho donlor's profit, not for yours,
Foley Kldnoy Pilla moy cost tho deni
er moro than a cheap subBtltuto, but
thoy givo hotter results than any oth
er kidney nnd bladder medicine. Ask
for Foley Kidney Pills.
Owl Prescription Pharmacy. Frank
D. Cohan. Opposito Chandler Hotel.
Low In price, high in quality.
Wo hnvo n few second-hand
Irons in good working condition
New irons, $3.00 up.
Coos Bay Wiring Co.
Phono 237-J 153 N, Broadway
PORT ORFORD MORALIZING.
Physically tho Fourth of July cele
bration nt Bandon wns a success;
morally it was not. If that town has
such a person ns a Marshal, ho cer
tainly must elthor bo a very onfly
golng follow or olso wns colobrat
Ing himself. Thoro wns moro than
ono drunk on tho streot that should
hnvo been taken enro of, tho writer
noticing ono who happened to lurch
tlio wrong wny going through a pinto
Ragging, somothlng thnt Is tabooed
at respectablo dances ovory whore, was
permitted upon tho dancing platform,
nnd oven worso than this woro tho
bands or strcnmorB sold by outsldo
fakirs with suggCBtlvo words printed
upon them. To seo n young lady with
a band pinned ncrosB her brooet on
which Ib planted In bold letters, "How
Do You Llko My Form," and lior .
malo companion with somothlng yet
moro siiggcstlvo wrapped nround his
hat, Is an Indecent Bight that will
tend to lower tho morals of nny com
munity thnt tolerates It.
Tho Inst few months has seen our
Nation shaken from centor to clrcutn
forenco over tho whlto slave question.
Tho moral condition of tho people
throughout our lnnd lias caused wide
Moral crusades in Coos County
liavo been mado against her houses
of 111 fnmo n stnrt nt tho wrong
end hitting tho offect but not tho
If the morals of our pcoplo nro to
bo uplifted It must bo dono to largo
extent by work upon tho futuro gen
eration. Tho conditions nnd onvlrons
that surround childhood miiBt bo kopt
clean nnd wholcsomo, nnd this cannot
bo dono by permitting drunks nnd tho
printing of unclean placards for de
veloping minds to rend. Port Or
OLD FIRE ARMS.
Unique Collection of Weapons by
Tho McNalr Hardwnro company
has n unlqiio collection of firo arms,
among which Ib a long Kentucky
rlflo cnrrlod ncross tho plains by
Tlios. J. Perkins, away back In tho
fifties, nnd from whoso muzzlo sped
tho leaden nilsslo of death that si
lenced ninny a redskin's yell. By
its Bldo rosts nn old nrmy musket
owned and cnrrlod by C. B. Zook
In tho war whoro brothor mot broth
er In tho dentil strugglo for su
premacy. Thoro nlBo may bo soon a
Winchester rlflo, supposed to havo
boon lost in tho rlvor about 30 years
ngo, and recently rocovorod by
Frank liolmnn at his seining
grounds. Tlio gun Is badly eat
on by rust nnd a casing of sand
stouo formed nround tho lovor and
iiammor. By tlio sldo of thoso old
weapons nro stacked modorn Krag
Jorgonson rifles used by our boys
In blue nt tho present tlmo. Ban
KARDELL WAS NIFTY.
A modern Dries. . uiiatng, Blectrl:
Light, Steam Heat. Elegantly
Furnished Rooms with Hot and
O. A. Metlln, rrop.
Rtea: BO cents a day and upward
Cor. Rroadway and Marker
THE RECORD PHOTOGRAPHING ABSTRACT COMPANY
Hate photographic copies of all records Coos County to date,
abstracts of titles, present owners, or nny other Information relating
to real estate furnished on short notice.
BUSINESS OFFICE: 117 North Front St., Marshfield. Phono 1H1J
W. J. RUST, Manager
On the morning of tho Fourth
Conductor Knrdoll of tho accommo
dation train surprised tho passen
gers on his train and tho natives at
tho stations along tho lino by ap
pearing resplendnnt in a bright now
uniform. Being tho first full uni
form evor worn by nn omployo of
tho C. B. R. & E., it was a momora
blo incident, and to preserve It for
futuro generations, Mrs. n. A. An
nln, wife of the local aent, took a
siinp shot of Knrdoll in his hnnd
soino now suit. Myrtlo Point Enterprise.
WIDOWS' PENSION RULING.
PORTLAND, Or.. July 14. A
now Interpretation of tho widow's
ponslon law mado by District At
tornoy Evans will precludo all wid
ows who camo into Oregon after
tho passage of tho law from par
ticipating In Its bonoflts. This
ruling nffocta Multnomah county.
Ho also hold that widows with
legally adopted children are eligible,
HARD ON .MINISTER.
Tho Gold Beach Globe says:
"Tho crowd at tho Agness danco
on tho night of tho Fourth broko
all previous records, moro than 200
persons attending. Wo fear that it
will tako Rov. Short more than a
week to repair tho spiritual damago
causod by tho three strenuous days
celobratlon. Evidently Rov. Short
gavo it up as a bud Job as ho re
turned homo early Monday morn-lug."