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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHF1ELD, OREGON, TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1913 EVENING EDITION.
To tho Vlavi patrons and thoae
wishing inrormntlon regarding Vlavi,
would stato that tho representative,
Mrs. Riley, will bo at .hor rooms at
101 No. 10th, Mondays, 8 a. m. to
5 p. m. Phone 155-X.
Summer Dress Goods
We Have a Choice Assortment
of Pretty Patterns Including
First National Bank Building.
COOS BAY REALTY CO.
Agents for Aetna Life and Accident Policies
THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE OF COOS COUNTY.
That's our proud claim and is substantiated by results,
This week we filled
PRESCRIPTION No. 85,556
That's a large number and it could only be achieved by
the constantly growing popularity of our prescription
department based on rendering a satisfactory service
Satisfactory In results and satisfactory in price,
Bring your next prescription to
Lockhart-Parsons Drug Co.
Those who liavo road Dickons' hook, "Pickwick Papers," should see
tho play tonight. This Is n two-reel
Company In England and tho piny Id
nimlo tho hook ruinous.
ALSO TWO OTHER (JOOI) HEELS ADMISSION 10 CUNTS.
AUTO STAGE LINE
AX EXTENSION .if fin T.Aiitii MvitTM.' iinivr.iin.QHitiTiin KTAfii!
I.enies Chandler Uott'l ut fl ii. in., dally; reaches ltosebiug samo eve
ning. Returning leaves Hoschiu-g In morning; renelics Mnrshllehl in
the evening, Vnvai
Mnrshfleld to Coqulllo ....$2.00 Muko reservation nt Cliiuuller
toijiiiiio to Myrtlo Point ... $ .75 Hotel.
jiiio roint to Hosouurg ..$7.00
J. L. LAIRD, Agent, Myrtlo Point, Oregon.
lis Is sure some sliowj three people.
i v - ."u ,s Bomo husky,
i jou see hor knock tho coon down
Oswald Is a ventriloquist or noto.
oLVVm13 r,THB LORELEI
'-'no or tho celnlimtn.t n,,. .,,, i
two reels. u..,u.lD ...
er rioor 15c. w . nalconv 10.
Hr-inem-m-Tr . - , .
Silk Border Voil at per yard 50c
Shadow Stripe Silk Embroidered voil, at per yard -50c
Silk Chiffon Marquisette, at per yard 28c
Flaxons, plain and figured, at per yard 15c to 35c
Lawns and Dimities, plain and figured 10c to 25c
Light weight Wool Batiste, at per yard 58c
A fine line of Crepes, Seersuckers and Ratines. 15c-25c
foaturo, put out hy this Vltngrnph
taken ninong tho luiuntB that
All Hnggngo Cmiiwl.
Thoro aro a groat many
ineots to which peoplo's atton
tlflu Is directed nowadays, tho
raco meots, lodge meets and
innny other kinds, but wo
want to call your special at
tention Just now to our choice
ror Sunday and every other
day. Wo have nothing but
tho best on our blocks and
guarantee satlsractlon. Deer,
Pork, Mutton, Hams, Dacon
and everything to bo round In
a rirst-class market.
The Palace Market
180 North Hrondwny.
Times Want Ads
AT THE HOTELS
C.F. Cook, San Francisco; C. II.
LnUolfeaux, Sun l'ranclsco; .J. A.
Do we, San Francisco; II, Donahoy,
Portland; II. E. Maslln, San i rnnclB
co;C. I). Thomas, Portland, Ada
Hnlloy, Langlols, Or.; Edun Capp,
Langlols, Or.; A. F. Norton, Port
land; I). MucDonald and wlfo,
North Hend; Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Chundlur, City; F. V. Lundhurg,
A. S. Itnud, Portland; Mrs. F.
Cnttcrton, IJnndon; E. T. WIlllaniH,
Myrtle Point; Louis M. Anderson,
Mudrord; .1. A. Hunt, San Fran
cisco; It. It, Luster, San Francisco;
II. Hamilton, San Francisco; C. L.
Stockton, Portland; John I). Hill,
Ilorkeley; Edward Noonnn and wllo,
South Coos Hlvor. .
Ed Clubrolla, Itoyal; George Clu
hrulla, Itoyal; Orvll Dodge, Myrtlo
Point; A. E. (Jeer, Livingston,
Mont.; P. Iludd. ForgiiH Kail, Minn.;
J. O. Hrown, Myrtlo Point; C. II.
Wilson, Myrtlo Point; A. W. Rerg
P. II. Stone, Portland; F. J.
Hluckerhy, Florence; E. E. Homier,
.Vyrtle Point; Santll Weekley, Myr
tle Point; Perry Neal, Coqulllo;
.Ino. Alexiiudor, Portlnnd; Floyd
Smith, Iiluo Itldge; E. Coffon, Eu
reka. L. It. Johns. Portland; E. J.
Oswald, Portland; Mrs. L. C. Ladd
and daughter, Coos lllver; JniuoH
AicCulloch, Myrtlo Point; Win.
Weokly, Myrtlo Point.
Them Kirrin. Portland; W. T.
Manthey, Portlnnd; Win. Hotcs,
Portland; Mrs. It. E. Sanderson,
Coqullle; Hayes Temple, Portland;
I. W. Hopkins, Deliver Hill.
Emll Mnldo, North Dond; Mr.
Menhxrg. North Hend: Al Smith.
jioos River, S. M. Croft, Dnudon;
,11. Harmon, city; John Larson,
Jti'lt Janspii, Onrdluor; Wnltor
l-owler. Arlington, Wash.; It. Miller,
Liindou; Miss Itrnndt, Coqulllo; Mrs.
Hall Lowls, Coqulllo; Al Smith,
i (5. Jolnson, Myrtlo Point; Geo.
ItutHoll, Mrtlo Point; Alma John
J son. WVdderhiirn; G. W. Itenvls,
' Coulodo; Airs. 0, Johnson, Weddor-
liuru; Jack Ilanoy, Elktou.
.Mrs. It. L. Nool, Gardluor, Miss
M. Itenvls, Gardiner; Goo. Freo
mont, Eugeno; J. Mullen, Norway;
P. A. CiiBoy, Medrord; Alnin Kol
stad, Coos Hlvor; loin Whistler,
Coos Hlvor; Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
Knolton, Seattlo; Win. Foster, Los
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Olson and
fanilly. Medrord; Mrs. It. Woldon,
conlcdo; A. Kuutsoii, Portland; II.
ii. Lonovo. Dnudon; G. W. Itoavls,
Coaledo; E. Smith and wiro, Dnu
don; C. D. Uniting, Gold Heach,
Thoro will ho n hoostor hnso
ball meeting nt tho lodgo rooms
tomorrow night, Every Elk Is
urged to ho present ns thoro Is
much other important business
to bo considered.
We Do Catering
ROOM FOR SMALL
White House Bakery
IIOX LUNCHES FOR PIOXIG
FARM FOR SALE
Dairy, stock and Trult farm con
sisting of 518 acres, between 35 and
40 acres or rich bottom land, eight
acres of bench land sot to apple
trees and fifty acres more that can
easily be cleared for orchard and
balance good grazing land for cat
tle, sheep or goats.
Twelve head good dairy cows and
all farming implements necessary.
Located on West Fork of Coos
River, one mile from postofflco,
school and boatlandlng.
Buy direct from owner.
For further information, call or
write; W. A. GAGE, Allegany, Ore.
Helow Is given ttie time and
height of high and low water at
Tho tides nro placed In tho order
of occurrenco, with their times on
th ilrst lino and heights on the
second lino of each day; a compar
ison on con ccutlvo heights will
Indlcnto whether It Is high or low
water. i'or high water on tho bar
lGIHrs.. 0.13 1.35 0.21 0.0
Ft. 0.1 4.1 2.5 0.0
10 Hrs.. 0.41 7.33 1.80 8.10
Ft.. . G.3 0.0 4.G 2.G
t Dy Anorlte.l I'rrtt lo Coo liar Tlmra
OREGON Fair tonight; fair
Wednesday; wnrmor In Enst
portion. Northwesterly winds.
For the 24 hours ending nt
4.4 3 n. m., July 15, by DenJ.
Ostllnd, special Government mc
torologlst. Mnxlum 08
At 4:13 n. m 10
Precipitation slnco Sept. 1.
Precipitation same period
Inst year 01.17
Wind: Northwest; cloudy.
Hiiuriio Party. Mrs. J. II. Kalno
cntortalnod 20 young people nt n
bonriro party nt her homo on Cutch
Ing Inlet last evening.
Dairy Shipments. Tho Coos Dny
Creamery will ship 3000 poundB or
cheese and 2400 pounds or butter to
Seattlo on tho Dreakwntor.
."Moved to New House. Mrs. Ef-
Ilo Farrlngor has moved into ono
of the new Messorlo houses on
E.evcuth niid Commercial.
Logger In Dad. Ed Qulnn a log
ger was arrested today ror Intoxi
cation and developed a enso or deli
rium tremens ns a result or his pro
l.'Ulilmr Ki.iiuiiii.T V IlnilHflillill
or Coos Hlvor, was a Marshflcld busi
ness visitor today. Ho reports mat
the open season lor salmon starts to
To Let Contract. T. C. Russoll. or
Denver Hill, was In Mnrshllold today
on business connected with tho now
brick block which ho proposes to erect
at Second and Central. Jio will soon
let tho contract ror the building.
Two Are Fined. J. Dahlln, who
was boforo Recorder Dutlor Satur
day ror Intoxication, waB again In
police court Mondny Tor Intoxlcn
tlon nnd was flnod $5. Win. Dorllck
who was In somo tlmo ngo. also np
pcarod ngniii and paid $5 ror In
toxication. No Council Meeting. Owing to
n misunderstanding on tho part of
somo of tho mombors of tho city
council, no mooting hns hold last
evening. Councllmnii Alhrccht nnd
Winkler wero tho only ones to put
In an appearance, nnd finally ad
journment was taken until next
Monday night. No business of any
kind was transacted.
Must Remain In Tncoma. Oscar
E. Wall, who conducted n shoo
shop on Front street, writes to Tho
Times from Tncoma that owing
tho death or his undo thoro ho will
bo compolled to, remain and look
after tho business ror his mint. This
will mako It necessary to sell his
Marshriold shop, which under tho
circumstances Is offorod nt a big
bargain. Sco the advertisement In
Tho Times want column.
Relntlve Killed. Mrs. A. II. Imhoff
and Miss Esther Imhoff loft via Drain
this morning ror Leonn to attend tho
funeral or Ed. Langenborg, who was
killed lu an accident nt the sawmill
yestorday. They received n brief
mossngo yesterday stating that ho had
boon caught betweon two logs nnd
crushod to death. Mr. Langonberg
formerly worked nt North Hend nnd
his wlfo will bo roniouibored us Miss
Marlon Imhoff. Sho and n llttlo
daughtor survive Tho funeral will
probably bo held at Leona."
.Meet Wednesday. Tho Lndles'
Aid or tho Marshriold Swedish Lu
theran church will hold tholr rogu
lar mooting Wednesdny nf tho homo
or Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mnttson on
Cutehlng Inlot, going up on tho
Wnh-Tn-Wasn, which will leave
nhout 9 o'clock tomorrow morning
rrom tho Commercial avenue dock.
Through un error yestorday It was
stated that tho Norwegian Lutheran
Ladies had ehartored tho boat ror an
excursion Wednesday, whon It
should liavo stated tho Swedish Lu
theran, Sent to Hospital. ARor a hear
ing at Coqulllo yestorday afternoon,
Chns. Sneddon, a ptoneor resident
or Marshriold, was ordered commit
ted to the Stato Hospital at Salom.
Mr. Sneddon has boon gradually
railing and although members or
tho ramlly did everything they could,
thoy finally decided that there was
Largo size, red and gold flower
pot and saucer IBe
Large size decorated salad
See our window.
'ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW."
Peoples' 5-l(M5c Store
Front St., Opp. Postoffice.
Steamer in This Morning From
Portland With Capacity
List of Passengers.
Tho Drcnkwatcr arrived In this
morning rrom Portland with a ca
pacity list or passengers and a fair
cargo of miscellaneous freight. She
will sail at 1 o'clock tomorrow.
Among those arriving on the Dreak
wntor were the following:
Mr. Thorn, Mrs. Thorn, Mrs. Knut
boii, Miss Knutson, Mrs. C. E. Ilul
burt, Mrs. Stoll, Miss Stoll, Miss Vera
Dlndltigcr, Miss Ada Miller, Miss
O'Connell, Miss Ensley, J. F. Will
lams, C.H.Cay, MIbb Shonkwllor, Mrs.
M. Donncr, Mrs. A. L. Evans, Miss
E. Flock, J. S. Gurneo, Chas. Curtis,
Mrs, Morrison, Mrs. Drown, R. Morri
son, Miss M. Ilstrup, Mrs. T. Kurtz,
MIsb E. Donnott. O. C. Ilonn, Mr. Har
rington. F. K. Shelly, Cliff Archnm
beau, E. O. Shlncko, Mrs. E. O.
Shlnckc, L. A. Pike, Miss Kovony,
Mrs. F. Storn, F. Stora, Geo. Shell,
W. Cannon, Jno. Thorp. E. O. Hcn
drlckson, Jno. Steins, S. Dnnowlch,
(5. Donovan, N. J. Vellno, C. II. Wood,
J. M. Bom, S. W. Grnthwell. S. F.
George, C. P. Egnn, A. S. Mullen,
Mrs. Geo, Mrs. Rooney, A. Leader,
M. L. Meyers, Mrs. M. L. Meyers,
Mr. J. MUlor, Mrs. J. Miller. Mrs. T.
Stlllwoll, Mrs. Waddoll, L. W. Estls,
Den Chandler, Mm. Chandler, Mrs. 55.
Westmorland, Mrs. D. Westmor
land. Geo. Wllber. Mrs. Wllber nnd
child. Mr. Crult, Fred Marx. D. Mc
Cauloy, W. A. Slocum, J. SarglnBon,
J. W. Dlanoy, Mrs. J. SarglnBon,
Miss Jorrells, O. McCluro, N. D. Olds,
II. L. Cox, Anna Myutls, Stella Myu
tls, D. Myutls, Mrs. E. MyutlB, E. My
utls, Chas. Rlgassl, Peter Calvl, A.
V. Bcrgstrom, II. Stotton, T. Stll
well, A. Lobe, C. Thompson, V. D.
Plymnlo. F. L. Moore, K. Carson.
no othor course. Tho hearing was
before Judgo Hall. It was Intended
to have it lioforo Justice Pennock
hut owing to tho recent changes In
the state law, tho Justice of the
ponco Is no longor empowered to
hnndlo such matters.
Coqullle .School Case. Tho Co
qulllo school site Injunction case Is
being henrd by Judgo Coko this af
ternoon on a motion to dlssolvo tho
Aged Woman Fishes. Mrs. Matil
da Hanson, of Sumner, aged 70, yes
terday mado application ror a fishing
license. Sho Is probably tho oldest
iniiinii fititrlnt In Mm ntntn HMin nrtu1
law requires inon, women nnd chil
dren over H yonrs oui, to navo nail
ing licenses beforo angling.
In Oakland. C. A. Smith, who hns
been In Minneapolis ror scvoral
weeks, was expected to roach Oak
land yestordny. It Is not certain
when ho will bo nblo to come to tho
Day. It Is likely thnt ho nnd Vlco
Prcsldont Cnlvln will again tako up
tho Tormlnnl Rnllwny negotiations
Funeral Tomorrow. The body of
Archlo Cousins, of North Dcnd, nr
rlved today front Phoenix, Ariz.,
whoro ho died recently of consump
tion. Ills mother, Mrs. N. J. Cousins,
accompanied the remains. Tho fu
neral will bo hold from Wilson's
chapol Wednesday nt 2:30, tho Row
A. S. Hlsoy ofriclntlng.
No Kinney Xcivh. J. P. Morris
or North Dond wns a Marshriold
business visitor today. He said
thoro was no nows or the Wllsoy-
. iCInuoy deal but that something
I would liavo to dovolop within a
row days, unless the Wllsoy poo
plo do somo thing soon, it Is under
stood that Judge Harris will again
tako up tho rocolvorshlp proceed
ings. Wed Tlili-ty-finir Venr.s. S. D.
Cathcart and wRo nro today colobrnt
iug tho 3 1 tli annlvorsary or their mnr
rlago. Thoro was no formal colobrn
tlon, but tho ninny rrionds of tho
well-known couplo nro showering
thorn with congratulations. Mrs.
Cathcart wns formorly Miss Lnndrlth
and tho nuptials took plnco on Coos
River, their brothor-ln-law, Frank
Drldges, rathor or Cnl Drldgcs, offi
ciating. Fights Water Rates R. II. Coroy,
or tho Coos Day Homo Telophono
Company, left this morning for Port
land whore ho will confer with J. N.
Teal about tho Grants Pass wator
caso. The citizens of Grants Pass
liavo appealed for bottor water ser
vice and rntes and J. N. Toal will
roprosont tho company at the Rail
road Commission hearing and Mr.
Corey will assist him as n wator ex
port. Orf on Vacation. Jamos W. Don
uett, chief onglnoor of tho Smith
mill lias entered on his annual va
cation rest. Instoad of rushing off
to othor sections, howovor, ho Is
going to spond It among the scenic
splendors and beauty spots of
Coos county, accompanied by Mrs.
Dennett, Ho plans visits nt Dandon,
Myrtlo Point, Ten Mile lake and
othor sections of old Coos. L. G,
Ross will tako his placo at tho mill
during his ahsonco.
Havo your Job printing done at
The Times office.
If North Bend
for Fountain Drinks, Salter's would
havo been given First Prize, for the
Sartor Fountain Drinks nro the
host on Coos Ray. Havo you tried'
somo of tho now ones "A Summer
Dream," and "3Ioonllglit Special."
W AJ N 1 A Do
FOR SALE iltMoot cabin
launch, completely equip
ped Tor cruising. Cooking
gnlloy, deck chairs, etc.
Main cabin finished In
hardwood panels. Launch
Is In perfect condition
throughout, having re
cently been overhauled
nnd repainted. Is prac
tically ns good ns now.
Cost originally $2500 nnd
R taken nt once will sell
ror 9075. Responsible
pnrtles can buy It on
their own terms. Call or
nddross Tho Gunnory,
FOUND Adrift In liny, small motor
boat, nhout 1G feet long, with en
glno takon out. Owner may got
same by calling nt Perry's Clam
Market nnd pnylng ror this notice.
FOR SALE Small shoe shop on
I Front street, MnrshHoId, Or., with
good trado developed. Owing to
death or my undo I must: stay in
Tacomn. Shop Is worth $200 to
$250, but will sell ror $150 cash.
Complcto examination and Inves
tigation Invited. Got key at tho
"Smokehouse." Oscar E. Wall,
2312 North 30th street, Tacoma,
FOR RENT Four room house nnd
thrco room flnt furnished. Ap
ply J. W. Motley, phono 198.
FOR RENT Four-room house In
North Demi. Six dollars per month.
Phono Dr. Leslie, Marshflcld.
FOR SALIC Hi head or cuttle. O
milch cows, 18 yearlings and
calves. Will sell separately. Dox
TAKEN UP One red cmv with
squnro brand on right hip, nnd red
and whlto heifer. Owner Is re
quested to claim samo at onco nnd
pny charges. J. W. Carter, City
WANTED. General blacksmith.
Apply Droadway and Central nvo.
FOUND lllaclc leather wallet coif
tnlnlug nnmo Win. Rntllff. Own
er may got same nt Times of
flco hy pnylng ror this notice.
WANTED Competent cook nnd
houso mnld. Address A. D., enro
FOR RENT Three furiilslieil house
keeping rooms In rear of Times
office, down stairs.
FOR SALIC :i.ywii-oia fiesli Jer
sey cow; gives 14 to 10 qts. a
day. Phono 1453 or wrlto Dox
534, North Dond.
FOR SALE Modern residence of 7
rooms with gns, electric light, In
South Mnrshflold. Prlco $3000.
Dlock 2, Schotter Addition to
Marshflcld. Eight lots, 50x100 foot.
On Sherman nvoniic, tho houlo
vanl or riuo residences, ono mile
from Postofflco, nt olovatlon of
about 150 feet above Day, with fine
view of Dny, river and factories.
Every vessol passing to or rrom
Mnrshriold In mil view.
Planked county road to west.
Watorrront rond and Southern Pa
ciric railroad to oast at foot of hill.
Sholtorod rrom northwest winds,
with wnrm southom nnd enstorn
Spring or puro bubbling wator
gushing rrom tho rocks solves tho
In natural stato, with maplo, myr
tlo, spruco, codnr, fir and other
troos nnd shrubs, ninny of which can
ho retained so ns to enhaiico tho
beauty or a rino rosldonco.
Wo bought this property a row '
years ago with tho Intention of
erecting upon It a flno residence;
but hnvlng changed our pinna and
haying bought a homo In Dorkoloy,
Cal wo will now soil this tract
at a bargain and upon liberal tortus.
Wo will tako $3000 paynblo In
monthly Instnllmonts of $25 each,
with Intorest nt 0 per cont.
'this Is less than $3.50 por month
for each lnrgo lot.
DR. J. T. McCORMAC,
Orrico Lockhart Dulldlng.
WANTED Wnlti-css at Java Corfeo
Houso. Call or phono I47-J.
WIPT" .""KSSMAKIXO and la-
dies tailoring. Mrs. C. F. Hlbar
gor has moved from tho Ladies'
Emporium to rooms abovo Magnes
& Matson s storo. Phono 284-J.
FOR SALE Launcn "Escort," 7
feet 4 In. boam and 24 foot keel,
Strong, servlcoabio boat, good cab
In, suitable ror ramlly or ranch
use. Apply John Roar, 1G1 Tenth,
is Immediately relieved and quick
ly cured by using Dormol, which
Is a soothing, cooling, healing, an
tlsoptlc, creamy preparation that
reduces rapidly poison oak swoll
lngs. For salo only at tho
STORE FOR QUALITY GOODS
AND PENSLAR REMEDIES.