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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 19 13 EVENING EDITION.
COOS BAY TIMES myrtle point bank Robju. s. i"
K C. MALOVEY Editor and Pub.
I V U. MAI.OXKV News Editor
''IMCIAL PAPhR OK TIIK CITY
HARD LUCK CF
'Continued from Pnco 1 )
In (tynntnitltm tlio safe. It was woll
done, tlio noat execution Indicating,
,tl"" experts dlil t ho Job. i
' Tim robbers loft the same way
timv entered. Tlioy rentorod their
efforts on tlio safe' and tlio gold nnd ,
currency, nothing else Dolus mo
nunroo, Ytteutnn. Tlio arrest of tho
two officers followed tho discovery
In tho prison of a plot against lluor
tn, tho Intention being to nrin and re
lease all prisoners nnd then co-operate
with1 bodies of disaffected troops
In nn attack on the national palace.
CASTRO IS ITGITIYE.
it i t.'.
irn Cornelius. S driver on tho' " E,"?5" 'V'?' 1 TT.?.
fvrH Pnlt.t nn.1 Unsnlim-ir stniin. wo i mu " 'VT'"1.1
Mr AMo'lnlfd Itom In mm Tr TlinM.)
HEIlMOStt.l.O, Dec. I Gen. Frati-
l,n nrr I n, n ,t " this ,,m,l,l0r f J"nr l'r,0P t0 t,,e rCCOIlt
mo?nlSk B?ie8 at Ho heard a n - Insurgent victory, is a refugee In the
inoininf,, states mai ue near i nn i ,,. , , ...nimr r.orinnn ronanl
flod detonation about 5:30. no YmrBi ' according to a report to
Form2r Marshfield Family's -
Strn.nk nf Micfnrtl.no Fnl- ' Thl LnZl he was the nnlv tlontotake. Carrara answered .that
lows Them in Illinois.'
.is mom i K uu u ..... ,..- ,,,. ,,, -,,.,, tho
one who couiti no touiw wno nan " . ..
irrnmiilu (lint lin linil hnnn trillltv of
uni u was uio oniy evidence uu r..- - - --- " ,, "
Wednesday, Evening, Dec. 3
WILL BE ELECTION OF OFFICERS FOR NEXT YEAR.
THERE WILL ALSO BE A DUTCH FEED ON HAND.
YOUR PRESENCE IS REQUESTED.
Worthy President, C. C. Going.
. , ., , , ... ...nmiMfr iVnt Hio rnlihorv nrriirrpd offenses against the public peace.
Cooloy family, who formerly ''onilm e t ben "! v , , , , , )ln(;(J(, ,
vcr the Club Cigar Store on " 1 l"",,t nBien 01 muhuiij nroHl th(J aoplin co8l,r8 ,0BL. to
street, Is still pur-
prevent the escape of tho federal com
ma ml or.
A.M.MrXITIO.V (iltOWS HtWItCK.
tlly AodteJ TiT.i to root liar Tlmcs.1
H13KM0SIM.0, Dec. 1 Informa
tion was received today at Constltu-
Ituiil.- K Kii'lni1id.
sued by the hard luck and mis- Tim nnnk of Mvrtle Point Is lo-
fortuno that characterized their cnted In a two-storv brick building
stay horo. While In .Marshflold Mr. -.bout mldwav between the Myrtle
Cooloy was III most of the time. pnnt "ntel and the depot, bolnc al-
The mother took In washings for ,pgt dlrectlv across the street from
n time and was finally taken 111 ii. old location of io MnH"t1" "',
nml nntito nf thit r.lillftrr'tt wm'.i lit r n et.n.. At nlrrl.f
most of the time, arious lodges 'r(w travel iilonc that side of the tlonailst hoadnuartcrs that ainniunl-
and otnors were constantly aiding avoot so that the burglars wevr in '"-xumu cunu in
them. Finally tho rather wont Fast iittio dnnier of being molested In cltr ami othor points hold bv tho
and later tho mother nnd children u1(,r Work Huerta government. It was asserted
followed and thou their pension of is Stroi'."Hnnk. that many garrisons In southern Mox-
$47. tin per -muMi was cut off by tho yQ Hnik of M'yrtlo Point Is n I'o would bo unablo to resist nttack
Coos Coun'y officials. Cooloy had ctnto institution aiid was founded because of luck of ammunition or be-
n Job drlvln? a team when lust heard j. cx-Mn"or Ponson of Myrtle Point causo of Irregularity or callbro of
from nt Kew nee, 111; A potior from .U) iq t nrosldont. A row venrs 8"ch as they have. This Informa-
Kcwanco glvs tho following par- VKn HncUlcff. former Ftate Rop- tlon wns received after n careful In-
tlcttlars: voanutnttvn fioni Coos County, be- vestlgatlon by revolutionary agents.
"With the placing of quarantine t.nn'e cnhlnr of Hip bank. and It was considered by General
ution tho homo last evening the nils- Tlln Imnk Is ranltnllzed n' S2i",- Carranza and ' his military ndvlsera
tortunes of he A. 1). Cooloy fam- nno nnd I's stHtomont In Septom- as most encouraging news.
Uy of 125.'! West Third street renc.i- i,n,. showed S'-nOfi s"mns nnd about
ed ' a clltrar. For several weeks sr.n.nnn .'f)tiols. It has boon con
threo of tho ehlldron novo been ser- servatively conducted and It Is rat.
iously 111 with typhoid fever. One ,vl s no 0f tho strongest small
a boy, 11 years of age, a girl of mr,iH tho state.
1.1 and a girl aged three years audi jtr. p.0nson Is president: G. W.
nine months. The three of them t;,0ii formorlv of North Rend nnd
woro Just beginning to kqI well when tnrs''fl"'''. Is vlm-nrostdcnt. and Ed
another boy aged ten wns taken in(.ideff Is cashier,
down with tho dread disease. -
As ir this were not enough the. KIIEST 1 1 A. VIC ItOltllEItV.
youngest girl who had typhoid rover
was taken hist night with mom- .-Myrtle Point Is First O-ic in History
brnnonus croup. Tho house was . of Coos Conittv.
quarantined last evening as a eul-, it was stated hero todav t'-at thn
mlnntlon to the whole string of MvrHo Point rnbborv Is tho f'-a imni-
troubles. i robbory pulled orf In tho history or rr , t
Tho many sympathetic friends or , r,,,,B cr-nnty. Thorn was one narrow I OO O'OOQ tO IOSG
tho riunlly hope the sick ehlldron nrnt.c In Jivshn'd n n"ibor nf vrvya tv xvyo
win soon no wo i unci nut uns w.u yon,.8 nK0 wi,ch wnB not discovered
until long after tho attempt ItVtd been
made. When the Flnnnuan ft Pen
nett bank was moved Into Its new
home a few years ago. It was found
Hint liiii'frlnrR linil tnnnnli'il iiiulnr-
' nontli tho vault. They cut through When a builder lets Malthoid get
the masonry until they struck tlio away fr()n, him thn, misrcprcscnta.
i HUM! 1 1 II 1 HIT ) LIIU Villlll Ullll I II 11 .
rninnn topped. tion and a desire for a cheap
roofinc, he invariably makes a mis
take which costs him much personal
' annoyance and loss in the end.
Malthoid is a durable, satisfactory
water- and weather-proof roof
wc guarantee it.
"ECONOMY IN FURS"
You'll appi'oclitle tin opportunity of Inspecting splendid samples
of tlio latest Ideas In furs made by the largest fur mniiurnrtnrers on
tho Pacific Coast, OPKKHKI) AT WHOLESALE PHICES, and ellni
Inatlnj: the MIDDLEMAN'S PltOFITS.
Our Mrs. M. Perry will be at North Hend at the Nortli lleiul Hotel
on Fill DAY, NOVEMIlElt tlio UHlli, ami at Coqulllu City
at tlio Hotel Coqiillle on WEDNESDAY and TIIPIISDAY, NOYEM
HEK UIITH and U7TII; at Myrtle Point at the Hotel (21101111 on
MATCH DAY ami SUNDAY, NOYEMDEH SSHTII and SMITH; at Han
don at tin IJandon Hotel on MONDAY and Tl'ESDAY, XOYEM
HEH SJltli and a.-itli.
Mrs. Perry will quote pleasing prices on the new piods dis
played, and will furnish estimates for remodeling old furs in the lat
est styles at economical prices,
1SII MOHKIKON ST., POH'L'LAND, OHEON.
bo the end of their misfortunes.
uirnTrniirn in I
HI1.U I L.UMLU I HI
HLd L IL HI
Speedwell Departing for Gold
en Gate and Fifield Due at
With a full jiassenrn'r list and 't
rapacity cargo of lumber the ntor'i
schooner Pneedwoil W'ih duo to piss
out over tho bar at llaudon this
morning for San Francisco ami Ran
Pedro. Most of the passengors
aboard her woro from vnlley points,
those from Marshfield being Mr.
and Mrs. A. I). McNott, M. F. Huko
well and h. h. Upstir.
Tho steam schooner Flfleld loff
San Francisco on Saturday bound
for llaudnn with a considerable pas
Hongor list. It has not yet been
learned Just when she will sail o'i
the return trip, but it Is expected
that sho will depart for tho south
on Friday If she Is not delayed get
ting In on her present trip.
Thb steam schooner Westerner
arrived In Coos 1 1 :i y from San Frun
elsco Sunday afternoon about I
Coos County Kepreseutative
10l! Front street. Phone 7SI
J. M. Ennle. Well Known on Tl
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
ASK FOR CATALOGUE
Coos Bay, Files Assignment
"l "'""a- iMirsnnnr to the direction of the
HOSIoniWtO, Or., Dec. 1. .1. M. Common Council of tho City of Mnrsh
Knglo and his wife. Jlargaret M. En- llol(, c, Coiinty, Oregon, notice Is
gle, of Kellogg, have filed a deed of . . . ,. ' " ,
aslgnnient In the countv clerk's ofrico lllrel)J lvo 11,1,1 011 uosday, tho
In favor or W. II. itlchardson. as as- -nd day of December, 1913, thoro
slgnee, for tho bencrit of tholr cred-. will bo held In tho said City of Marsh
Itors. The document sets i forth their floh, n ,.CBulnr KOn0ral municipal olec
ussets at a value of $S.SS82, and 4, , . ,
their liabilities at $23,212.02. Tho tllH1 fl)1 tho 1uposo or electing a
principal creditor Is tho firm of E. mayor or said city to serve tor the
(i. Young & Co. of Oakland, to tho term of two years, commencing the
5r,.!!,l...0-r...!17I2;"-. '"I!!"V'',t hominy. In January. 114. and
paratlvely small accounts. ir lo'HB two niombors of the Com-1
Tho principal asset Is tho big "En- m Council to serve lor the term of i
o clock and proceeded to the bunk- glewood Unnch" at Kellogg, held In three years each, commencing the'
ors In tho upper harbor. She will tho name of the Pninoiia ltiml Kstntn a. ... , .
take on a cariio or lumber for the c,,.. ,,r .i.ini. u- i. ..i i V.u ",0 ' '. ",
return voyage to California. ' of tho Hinted value of $00,000. of clect,l'K 0110 mouther of tho Cotn-
- 'x-i j mon Council to sorvo ror tho term
BWHHHHHHiX , of ono cmmenclng the
Monday In January, 10M, and or
electing a recorder to sorvo for the
term of ono year commencing tho
first Monday In January, 101-1.
Tho snld election will bo held ho
twoon tho hours of eight o'clock n.
in. and olght o'clock p. in.
In tho NORTH PRECINCT the
election will bo held In tho hall over
the Palaco restaurant1 on Front streot
North and .1. II. Milnor. Geo. F. Aver-
Ill and F. A. Golden hnvo been here-J
toforo by tho Common Council of
said city appointed Judges of oloc
tlon of said precinct and V. E. NVI1-;
son, William T. Morchant, nnd K. S.
I.oMieux Clerks of said precinct.
In tho CENTRAL PRECINCT tho
olectlon will bo hold at No. U!i Sec
ond street North In tho building
known as tho Johnsojt nulldlng, and
S, 11. Cttthcart, C. A. Johnson nnd!
John Hear have been heretofore hy
the Common Council of said city ap
pointed Judges of olectlon of said
precinct and C. II. Marsh, C. L. Pon
nock and J. Doyle Clerks of said 'pre
cinct. In tho SOUTH PRECINCT tho olec-
tiflti .Ill l.ii ltr.1.1 ... ' mnn r ,
.II "HI iu nun, ill .Ml. I.I Ill'tJUll-
way streor South and E. A. Ander-I
son, John Ulntt and A. F. Dassfordl
hnvo boon horotoforo by tho Common I
Council of said city appointed Judges 1
of olectlon of said precinct nnd E. 1). I
McArthur, J. II. Rnhskopf and Alva
Doll Clerks of snld olectlon.
JOHN W. BUTLER.
The Postage Stamp
Consider the postage stamp. One of its chief virtues
lies in the fact that it sticks until it gets there.
Go about starting a bank account systematically and
with a fixity of purpose and you can have one. It's
simply a proposition of spending a little less than you
make and bring the balance to this bank. We receive
deposits of one dollar and up.
First National Bank
Of Coos Bay
FLANAGAN & BENNETT BANK
OLDEST HANK IN COOS COUNTY.
Capital, Surplus and Undivided
Interest paid on Time Deposits.
I. W. Dennett, President.
,L II. Flanagan, Ylee-Pre sldeut.
It. F. Williams, Cashier.
Cieo. V, Winchester, Assistant Cashier.
Abstracts, Real Estate,
Fire and Marine Insurance
TITLE GUARANTEE'S ABSTRACT CO., Inc.
HENRY SENG8TACKEN, Manager
FARM, COAL, TIMI1ER AND PLATTING LANDS A SPECIALTY.
GENERAL AGENTS EA8TSIDE
MARSHFIELD OFFICE, PHONE M-J.
COQUILLE CITY OFFICE PHONE 101.
THE RECORD PHOTOGRAPHING ABSTRACT COMPANY
Hare photographic copies of all records Coos County to date,
abstracts of titles, present owners, or any other Information relating
to real estate furnished on short notice.
BUSINESS OFFICE: 117 North Front St., Marshfield. Phono 1K1J
. W. J. RUST, Manager
nan fy v' wy cmsR
Do You Need Any Graniteware?
WINDOW AND YOU WILL SEE SOME OF
OUR HAHGAlNfc. WE ARE SELLING
IT REGARDLESS OF COST
TO CLOSE IT OUT.
Coos Bay Tea Coffee and Spice House
rR. II. LKn7,T
inc. m ''i'iv.l';m': .'v,)s nml .
oiiico i,oi.e : UC1
j;. Irving llCk.200' ft,
T),l i. iiexdrv""'
uiuee pnone 1 1 l'-.i.
t.iviicr of Piano.
. Residence studio, N0. 1.
Corner ConiinerclaUnaEC:, '
I Ilium :i8.J, M1,
7, . '.'"'"liMI,
Con,illlK .KI1R,new Ml
Phone ,o;.L lrXi' "k.
EstlinntcB furnished on ttnm
Plans nnd specification. V.T!"
If desired. An I onell U
teed. Phono i2i.ne,t Job "lr
I !!.... m
' i inter and
111. S. Sixth Street. PhJnTfe
Learo orders at W. R. jJJ
pElU, RILEY HALLINGRR
Plunlxt and TmcHw
Rwidence-Studlo. 237 So. Bro7,u
Wo. chandTrr! " "
Hkii,i. 8 and "aoX Coke BiUth.
Marsh field, Orenon.
WM. S. TURPKX, "
t'l''"""'.vs Fire Mm.
J. N. Bayliss
Any kind of brick work ut lirlcn
thui are rlslit,
AND ALL WORK CiUAItANTECD
Call lllllyei's CiBi,r Store, fhou
French Rancs. Holler Work.
C. (). GOSXKV,
Conn-actor nml ItnlM,.,
DrnwIngB and estimates furnlsbed.
All work giiarnnteeil.
If you nro not 'satisfied tell me; If
you nro, tell others.
Phone :t 15 1,
CITY AUTO AND TAXI SKIIV1CE
A now tnxlcnb lias been added 19 1
my nuto service. Careful driren.
Will jjo nnywhoro at any time. Stul
Ulnnco Clgnr Store. Day phone, II.
Night phono 13D-X.
T nnnnWiK. Prnpriclnr
ALL KINDS of PIIOTOGIUPfllC
WORK, Rronilde Knlarglog ui
THERE'S ONLY OXK JUaiiM
ONLY ONE RKI'RiaEXT.UIVE
W. J. RITZ
T. J. SCAll'E e; A. H. HOMW
Marchf plfl PAINT AND
iviarsnTteia DCCOrating ca
Phono IMMI'J. SlnrshtleliKOr
TIobo leaves Marshfield fo'
head of rlvor at 8 a. m., r
turning In ovonlng. fl
Steamer Rainbow 1J
head of river at 7
returning leaves Marsbfleld
2 P. D ft BukTH.
First Class Weaf(
I'ronipiiy uu-- --
does s 88r
Will not lose J
W,U staiidliiK Mftfc )TJdM
IS GUARANTEED I
1 1 Hnvo your job printing done at
184 Market Avenue.
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