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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1913 EVENING EDITION.
Clearance Sale of Spring
and Summer Clothes
A GOOD thing for every man who likes fine
clothes and who is willing to get them at a
good money saving
We clear our stock each season; get the place ready to receive
the new goods soon to arrive. Get your share of the good things.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
big-value clothes, at bigger value than ever.
Men's $35.00 Suits Now $26.85
Men's 30.00 Suits Now 22.85
Men's 27.50 Suits Now 20.85
r Men's 25.00 Suits Now 8.85
Men's 22.50 Suits Now 16.85
Men's 20.00 Suits Now 14.85
Men's 17.50 Suits Now 13.85
Men's 15.00 Suits Now 11.85
Men's 12.50 Suits Now 9.85
Men's 10.00 Suits Now 7.85
Suits 25 per cent off
Boys' Straight Pants
Suits 1-2 Price
50c Balbriggan Shirts
and Drawers 35c
Boys' Odd Straight
Woolen Mill Store
Apparel Specialists lor !Men and Hoys.
THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE OF COOS COUNTY.
That's our proud claim and is substantiated by results,
This week wo filled
PRESCRIPTION No. 85,556
That's a largo number and it could only bo 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.
"THE BUSY CORNER."
TI1K HENALL STORE.
Holaw Is given tlio tlmo and
height of high and low water at
Thu tides a ro placed In tlio order
of occurrence, with tholr times on
tli tli Bt lino nnd heights on tlio
second lino of ouch day; a compar
ison on con ecntivo holghts will
Indicate whothor t Is high or low
wator. r'or high wntor on tlio bar
11! His.. 0.11 7.33 1.8G 8.10
Ft... 0.3 0.C
ITillrs.. 3.20 8.10
I Ft... 0.3
1 1 IB . . 2.11
Ft . . . 0.3
Our foaturo tonight will ho MISS ADA MILLER In NEAPOLITAN
In connection with this foatnro will bo run 4000 feet of now pic
tures. ADMISSION TEN CENTS.
WEAT1I F.R FORECAST.
(My Ao.Utel I'm la t'ooa Hay Time.
OREGON Fair tonight.
, Thursdny fair, warmor oxcopt
near coast. Nortnwostoriy winds.
Marshfcld to Roseburg in 12 Hours
VIA MYRTLE POINT.
i.!', i tn ,los-,'"",K otory day, Including Sundny, at 5 A. M.
v'. ! K,..,tose,,ul 5 ! Mm that day. Fare, l).7n. To Coqullle,
-.. To .Myrtle Point, $2.75. ALL BAGGAGE OARRIEI).
Stmt from Olmiuller Hotel.
Iufoi'iuutioii, reservation nnd tickets at
Owl Prescriptian Pharmacy
"Pposlto Clmndler Hotel.
For tlio 21 hours ending at
4:43 a. in,, July 10, by RonJ.
Ostllud, special Government me
terologist. Maximum 70
At 4:43 n. in 45
Precipitation since Sept. 1.
Precipitation same period
last year 61.17
Wind: Northwest, clear.
SACCIII To Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Snc
chl at their homo In South Marsh
field, Wednesday, July 16, a son.
Mother and child aro doing nlcoly
and Mr. Saccht is as proud as can
bo over tlio advent of his third son.
Be Up To Date
Order your Suit from
Tirr The Tailor and
t7 vJr? Dress Expert
PW Front St. vLtnlr.
W Kinds of Jol Printing Done at The Times Office
r...l. - .l,.1 T Tl. llivrntn.!! . t
.timuur 1'it'ii j. y. uiusiuui id in
receipt of tlio sad news of tlio death
of his mother at tho old homo In
Improving Channel. Tlio Larson
dredge Is now working South Coos
river above the Mazo and Is doing
Leave- Tomorrow. Those listed tp
leave via Drain tomorrow aro J. I).
Wilson and wife, W. M. Wright and
wife, and M. L. Meyers.
Plan Picnic. The Suoml Society
has arranged to hold Its annual
picnic Sunday, August 3, and It
probably will be held at Enegren's
Meet Today. Tho Swedish Luther
an Ladles Aid Society went up to the
Dan Matson place on Catching Inlet
thlB morning on (ho Wnh-Tn-Wasa
for n picnic.
Hog Poisoned. Tho pet dog of Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. E. Nicholson was poi
soned tho other day, strychnine being
used. Tho dog was n great pot and
Hh owners keenly fcol tho loss.
Launching Party. Tho steam
schooner Wilmington which Krtiso
nnd Ranks are building for the Clms.
A. Nelson Lumber company will be
launched next Saturday at the ser
vlco of tho tide.
Heavy Travel. J. C. Rogers, the
wotll-known stage driver on the
Draln-Gardlner route, roports un
UBiially heavy Incoming travel on
Hint line. Ho brought 20 passen
gers down on his trip this morning.
Heavy Truffle. Tho Gardiner
stage lino this morning brought in
about 25 people, tho largest number
it has brought In n long tlmo. Some
had to walk down tho beach. Tho
majority of them wero nowcomors to
I Wants Divorce. Mary Jluglios has
Instituted suit for dlvorco from Jns.
.Hughes on tho grounds of desertion,
jt'tc. Ho formerly lived at Myrtle
, Point but sho doesn't know where ho
If now and Is serving notice of tho
suit by publication.
liny Lots. Dennis McCarthy has
purchased two lots of John C. Mer-
I chant. They arc part of the old
Merchant homestead near Fourth nnd
jEirod. Mr. McCarthy bought them
i an an investment and may erect
houses on thom soon.
Seek Location. A. Lobe, who re
cently disposed of his drygoods bus
iness at Suuuyslde, Wash., Is In
Marshfleld looking this section over
with a vlow of starting n indies' fur
'nlshlngs Btoro horo. Ho Is greatly lin-
pressed with tho prospects of this
I (Jet New Car. Tho Roseburg and
Mnrshficld auto stage lino Is shipping
I Its old Wluton flvc-passengcr car to
Portland nnd will exchange it on n
now Wlnton sovcn-pnBsenger car,
. which will nrrlvo on the next Drenk-
I wator. With tho new car, they will
j bo nblo to afford even bettor servlco
between horo and Rosoburg vln Myr-
I Now Steamer. It Ih Bnld that tho
fatcamcr Inqun, mention of which was
i nuido In The Times sometime ago,
. will soon he ready for tho Coos Ray-
San Francisco run. Sho Is to stop
at Eurekn both ways nnd when ro
modeled will he one of the best pns
Hunger equipped boats along the north
I Pacific const.
I Hail Insurance. Edward Lnngnn
, berg, son-ln-lnw of A. II. Imhoff of
North Rend who was killed fli tho
Lcona Mill, whero ho was employed
as n saw nior, carried ?2000 InBur
nnco In tho Rosoburg W. O. W. ramp.
Ho was n native of Roseburg and tho
body was brouglrt there for burial.
Ho was 24 yeara old.
Will Wed. Tho following will bo
of Interest horo as Mr. Rnynard was
formerly employed In Frank D. Co
han's Owl pharmacy hero: ".Mr. and
Mrs. I. J. Greenwood announce tho
engagement of tholr daughter Vlvlnn
'M. Greenwood to Roy A. Raynnrd of
balein Oregon. Tho wedding will
take place In tho fall."
Fishermen Return. Jerry Rlunch
rrd nnd Chns. Albert, tho two North
Rend fishermen who hitd been given
up as lost, have roturned safely. Thoy
encountered a bad squall off tho
coast while deep soa fishing which
forced them to throw overboard a
big catch and swept thom off shoro.
Otherwise, they escaped nil right.
Recovers Cow. Through a want
nd in Tlio Times, J. A. Roberts today
recovered a cow and a heifer which
had strayed from his plnco south of
town. They wore bothering South
Marshfleld resldouts who appealed to
Marshal Carter who put them In tho
city pond. They had boon Impounded
for n fow dnys and It cost Roberts
$7.10 to got thom out.
i'imht'r Owner Here. Peter Cnlvl
of Iron .Mountain, .Mich., arrived horo
yesterday to look after his timber
holdings. Ho Is accompanied by Mr.
ulgnssl, who looks after soma of
Mr. Cnlvl's business. Mr. Calvl
owns about 1000 acres of flno tlm
oerlnnd In tho Coqulllo valley and
wont over today to Inspect it. W.
J. Conrad represents their Interests
Quiet ill Denver. II. P. Colvln
thlB morning recolved a lottor from
Mrs. Colvln, who Is spending tho
slimmer with relatives In Donver.
Sho says It Is mighty qulot there
now nnd sho estimated that thoro
wore 10,000 ompty Iioubos In tho
city. Mr. Colylu says that people
who kick because Coos Ray does
not go ahead faster should get In
touch with some places like Donver
and thoy would sny that Coos Day
was mighty good.
Cow Has Triplets. J. E. Nonh, of
Aiiogany, reports nn unusuni event
In tho animal world, when ouo of his
dnlry herd Inst' nlgrt gave birth
to threo calvos. Thoy aro all nor
mal, natural slzo nnd healthy young
animals that glvo promise of being
permanent additions to his herd.
Tills Is tho second freak happonlng
In Mr. Noah's herd, about six years
ago ono of his cows giving birth
to n calf with only two logs, but
which did not llvo.
New Fish. Jim Wnsson nnd otlior
deep-sea flshormon report catches
of unusuni deop-soa fish off Coos
Day, In ouo of their recent hauls
thoy got considerable Alaska cod,
which aro black and dllfor in ap
pearance from tho ling-cod which
have boon caught off this coast
for years. Horotoforo, It was sup
posed that tho Alaska cod did not
como south of Vancouver Island.
Resides theso, red fish rosombllng
a salmon, was caught and flsh ex
ports say they aro rock trout.
Leaves Today, B. B. Smith, who
recently had attained more or less
We make good Clothes,
We make them here in Marshfield,
You can come in and see us make them,
We also take orders for Clothes made by
Ed. V. Price & Co., of Chicago
Good Business Suits from $20 to $30,
Tailor-measured; Tailor-made, and;
Your money's worth guaranteed by
365 Front St, Marshfield, Oregon,
Good work in everything' pertaining
notoriety in connection with tho I. W.
W. troubles, loft on the Breakwater
today for Portland.
Han Anderson Khjlit. Jim Mul
loy arrived home today via Randon
from his trip along tho const. Ho saw
tho Cross-Anderson fight and snys
Andorson was completely outclassed.
Cross had tho best of It from tlio stnrt
and In tho sixth round In which re
ports claimed that Anderson made- a
good showing, Mulloy says that Cross
was simply pinying with Andorson
and lotting him fight himself out
wunnt.t injuring Cross. Mulloy also
took in u number of the Const Lenguo
games and snys that Portland sure
hns a flno team If they can Just get
tho tonm work out of thom.
For Brickyard. j. K. Wnlllng,
who hns been figuring on starting
a brickyard horo has made arrange
ments with thu locnl railway to uso
n clay hank on tho old rlght-of
way near tho summit. This will per
mit the yards to have railroad fac
ilities. If additional land Is needed,
It Is understood that tho C. A.
Smith Company will furnish It on
ronsonablo terms. Mr. Wnlllng will
have some grading dono soon and
hopes to get four brick mncblncp
In this week and stnrt Installing tho
plnnt. It Is hoped to onlnrgo It as
tho business Justifies. Later tlio
and drain plpo may be made and If
tests now being mndo with tho clnv
matorlal prove successful, vitrified
brick niuy bo used. Mr. Wnlllng,
Geo. Rhinchnrd nnd E. L. Robinson
visited tho site of tho prospective
ynrd yesterday to figure on tho
AMONG THE SICK.
Alec Hilton Is laid up with a badly
Injured hand, sovoral bones being
broken while repairing somo machin
W. C. Lund of Fcrndnlo who has
been ill for some time Is being taken
to Morcy hospital today for treat
ment. Ho Is suffering from stomach
FOR HALE Furniture for 7-rooin
houso nnd liouso for rent. Apply
138 North Third street.
ON SALE Home fine heavy draft
horses from Coqulllo In tennis
or single. F. P. Norton, or soo
horses nt Fairground's stables.
LOS I' Small gold locket and chain.
Initial "L" on locket. Rownrd for
return to Times office.
WANTED HilKlit hoy to run er
rands nnd mako himself generally
useful. Apply at "Lnndo's."
AT THE HOTELS
WANTED Lady I kkeeper ami
sales ladles. Inquire of Tho Par
isian, O'Connoll building. L. W.
V. R. Plymnlo. Portland: C.Thomn-
son, Portland; Fred K. Jones, Wed-
(tormirn; 1;. l, Davis; H. Dunklor,
Randan. Or.: C. R. Rnrrow. Couulllo:
J. L. Laird, Myrtle Point.
C. A. Stoddnrd. Portland; C. O.
Egan, St. Louis, Mich.; J, N. Rowen,
Portland; W. F. Mnntloy, Portland;
Mrs. Ren McGhnn, Vanscny, Can.;
J. R. Nolson, Randon; A. M. Wright,
Randon; C. L. Stockln, Portlnnd:
Mrs. Adnms. South Coos River: C.
Sllvorstcn, Enstsldo; J. R. Nolson,
Jack Hanoy. Elkton; C. II. Wood.
Albany: Alvln Strong, Groon Ray, I
wis.; .Mr. e. Brandt, Coidwator;
John Simpson, Los Angeles.
Mr. nnd .Mrs. Jacob Miller, Port
land; Chns. L. Rudln, Portland; O.
M. Clark, Portland: II. L. Cox,
Portland; L. A. Plko. Portlnnd;
Fred Mnrx, Portland; M. L. Myers,
Salom; Mrs. Myers. Salem; Georgo
Shlol, Spokane; Charles Rlgassl,
Iron Mountain, Mich.; Potor Calvl,
Iron Mountain, Mich.; W. A. Slo
cum, Los Angoles; J. W. Rlanoy,
portlnnd; o. F. Dlllmnn, Portlnnd;
FOR SALE UU-foot cabin
launch, completely equip
ped for cruising. Cooking
galley, deck chairs, otc.
Main cnbin finished In
hardwood panels. Launch
Is In porfect condition
throughout, hnvlng re
cently heon overhauled
and ropalnted. Is prac
tically as good as now.
Cost originally $2500 anil
If taken at once will sell
for J$7."5. Responsible
pnrtles can buy It on
their own terms. Cnil or
nddress Tho Gunnory,
I'OUM) Adrift In hay, small motor
bont, about 10 feet long, with cn
glno tnkon out. Ownor may get
samo by calling at Porry's Clam
Market and paying for this notice
1'OR SALE .Small shoo shop nil
Front streot, Marshfleld, Or., with
good trado developed. Owing to
denth of my undo I must stny In
Tncomn. Shop Is worth $200 to
$250, but will soil for $150 cash.
Compioto examination and Inves
tigation Invited. Got koy at tho
"Smokehouse." Oscar E. Wall,
2312 North 30th street, Tacoma,
John Lnrglnson nnd wlfo, Spokano; vim im.'vt i...... ......... i
A I film PorMnml- llnri'v I Pnn. ' .1 ,A I'Olir loom house 1111(1
:...I'V.0' '.on,,a"i1 llaIl rl,." I threo room f nt furnished. ,n.
ply J. W. Motloy, phono 198.
Likes to havo a young man on
'tho string, but a young widow
prefers to havo a string on the
man. Tho man who is wlso
for her and that makes th,e
Bweetest and strongest string
with which -to tlo her affec
noni. Portlnnd: John Thorn. Moni-
puis; Jnck Gumoo, Portland; L. W.
Estut, Sun Francisco.
E. D. Sporry, Coqulllo; A. J. Shor
wood, Coqulllo: L. T. Morgan, Snn
Francisco: W. P. Rnsowoll. Portland:
Henry L. Llllonthnl, Spokano; L, Ron
nar. Randon; D. F. Wells. Suthorlln;
C. R. Lnmlor, Suthorlln; Ned C. Kol
I'Oll SALE U I head of rattle. (I
milch cows. 18 yearlings nnd
calves, will sell soparatoly. Rox
S. P. WILL BUILD
BRIDGE IN SPRING
TAKEN UP Ono red cow with
squnro brand on light hip. and rod
nnd whlto heifer. Ownor Is re
quested to clnlm Bnmo nt onco and
pny charges. J. W. Cartor, City
WANTED. General bluckMiilth.
Apply Rrondwny and Control avo.
WANTED Competent cook mid
T?n es h A(h,rC8B A- u- cnr
That's the latest railway dope, hut FOR SALE Modern residence of 7
If you want the latest as well as rooms with gns, oloctrlc light-, In
tlio best fountain drinks on Coos, South Marshfleld. Prlco 13000.
Ray you will havo to come to Sar-' REAL ESTATE.
tor's for them. Havo you tried an ' .
"Elk's Delight." It is a most delight- FRENCH DRESSMAKING and la.
fill and satisfying drink. Try one at . ("es tailoring. Mrs. C. F. Hibar-
SAUTE R'S. Br 1ms movod from tho Ladles'
''-miporllim to rnmnu nlinvn Mai.no,.
I & Matson s store. Phono 28-l-J.
THE CLUBRELLA & OSWALtf'
In tm entire change of program.
It's sure somo show for ,
.1000 feet of all NEW pictures.
Lowor floor 15c. - - Balcony 10c.
"THE MAN FROM THE OUTSIDE"
A three-reel drama by tho
l'OR SALE La unc;, "Escort," 7
feot A in. beam and 24 foot kool.
Strong, serviceable boat, good cab
In, sultablo for family or ranch
uso. Apply John Boar, 101 Tenth
. street. Mnrshflold.
Is Immediately rellevod and quick
ly cured by using Dormol, which
Is a soothing, cooling, honllng, an
tiseptic, creamy preparation thnt
reduces rapidly poison oak awoll
Ings. For salo only at tho
STORE FOR QUALITY' GOODS
AND PENSLAR REMEDIES.