The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957, December 02, 1913, EVENING EDITION, Page 2, Image 2

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THE COOS BAV TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON. TUESDAY, DECEMBER; 2; 1913 EVENING EDITION.
COOS BAY TIMES
RJ O. MAI.OXKV Kclitor mid I'iiIi
ItAH 15. .MAI.O.VKV New. Kliin
OFFICIAL PAI'KIt OK 'I'll IC CITY
OK MAKSIIFIKM).
HAS M'XCJS.
IIukIi Mel.ain of Murshfleld, Is a
candidate for a portion on the In
terstate Commerce Commission. It
in a lonp shout from Marsdifleld to
Washington. Kugono CJuard.
m sess
si
GODUILLE
Coos County Good Roads
Mestirq Tonight Ten Mile
and Myrtle Point Clash.
ISO ROADS TO
DELAY RAILWAY
Dan Walker. 11. II. Sarseant, W.
.1. Cole and Chat. Coleman, arrived
here tills morning en route to Co
(Uillle to attend the meeting of tlie
Coos County flood Konris Assoeta-
'tlon. whleh will bo held there to
Unable to Haul Concrete for
Bridges on Coos Bay Eu
gene Line Being Rushed.
HUOKXH, Or., Dec. 1'. The main
line grade of the Will.imottc-I'aelflc
between Wugono and Mnpleton at
the head of tidewnter on the Sluslaw
stands virtually complete, iMthouuh
three more weeks" work will' prob-
iv Mit itore It Is absolute-
j If we were so constructed that
t wo could read one another's '
i iiw, tiwif.t ifimiii i,i n nn. I Iniiriit iiitii'mlii( whether or not
! . .. .... . ri.w.r, r'noutf rrtiitmlualnmra Hhnll 1.. flntalmit nUn nlmf t,ttiti,u fur
llco station and a nospuai on j u.... j , "
' , ibe asked tomorrow to call a special only five out of the -i bridges along
I uvory coiner. ,,ierMon i0 submit the (iiiustloit of. the line remain to be completed, but
-c (Issuing $110,000 bonds for building the engineers at present are very
.!irooil roads. It Is expected that much atrald that high water will
, others will also nttend. North Hendcntch the concrete contractors. and"
Is to send a big delegation Headed prevent the completion of tnose until
by Dr. Hurtle, Superintendent Uaab spring. Upon these bridge abutt
n imI others. 'ments hangs the possibility of reach-
President Morrison nnd others of jing tidewater bv rail during the next
the county association have been, forty days, as has been hoped,
in doubt about calling the election i The conditions of the rond have
r - tl ... t ... tit.-. .,,)i,n. it .. i i t i. i.
Tlio rnnnnn l.'nthnp In an niivlmia r, iK i OCCOIUC IIIIUOHI HlipUBHlluie lor liea.v
. 1 . if nnxlou t0!versy between the Ten Mile resl-, freighting, nnd yet between 7000
spend $2000 on Daughters musical , ,i0Ilts nmi tuo upper Conullle resl- nnd '8000 sacks of cement, amount
education Is beiTUi-'c she can get a dents about which of the two routes ing to approximately 4 00 tons yet
job pounding a piano In a moving .shall bo chosen for connecting with remnln to bo bnuled, and the eotidl
nlctmn l.miRP f..r th-,. imi-u r 1,10 r,m'1 thnt Uol,la8 County is to tions of the road will make this
plttuio bouse roi IIe bucks pet from Ro8eirg t0 ,Me SCn. very difficult if possible at nil. be-
wcclt. I They will take the stand that the fore high water catches the work.
! majority of the Coos County people ( The bridge nbuttments not yet"
'w'll be opposed to putting in any complete are the third Wildcat eress-
AMflMfi TUP CI r V i of the through highways either via i i,lf?, the third nnd fourth Sluslaw
"IllUi'iU IntOlorx I -,.., Mo .... vln TlrlfllTfi until It Ih '..., o,... Iln. n,nl,
known whether Douglas County will i,na, Creek. The concrete work
structures
I Every Coos Hay wife knows
j thnt If It wasn't for her, her litis-
j band would be twice ns big a fool
ns ho Is. j
it. ii. t o. etnan, wito litis iieeu ndopt the iJinpqun route via Oar- for the twenty other
common nt .Mercy Mispital since diner or the old wagon road route stands complete,
nn operation for apnendirltls. iias Vn Myrtle Point. I The first lift of ballast between
recovered s'lfflciently to return The Ton MJlers nre trying to en- ungene and Notl which has been fln
lionie. He and Mrs. Cclcinan have pHt Handon on their side by agree- si,ed this week, makes possible the
tiiko-i apart ii-nts In the Hind; House Ing that Hnndon shnll bo allowed Huutllng ()f the heavy bridge steel
on South Flf;h street near Hall ave- aufflclent from the bond Issue to'whlch Is stored in the Willamette
''' put in the stretch of road between I pacific vnrds west of Eugene. Mc-
.loc Dodge, who recently under- Handon and Curry County. Crnrv & Wlllard. contractors who
wont nn operation for appendicitis The meeting it Coqullle tonight imvo' the contracts for erecting the
nt Mercy Hospital, Is reported to be promises to bo a most nnlnintod one twentv-slx bridges will commence
Kottlng along nicely. s Hrldgo and Myrtle Point will hnvo shipping their steam cranes and
ltohort Mtirsden, Sr.. is reported big delegations there to combat the hrlilKe erecting mnchiuory to Eugene
io iiu noing nicety at .Mercy nospuai, Ton .Mile torces,
luiicn to tlie gratification of his many
friends. i
Alex McKay, a former Marshfleld
mail who Is now employed nt the
North Hend Iron Works, Is ill nt
Mercy Hospital.
Mrs. 10. M. Smith was nblo to re
turn to her home on Isthmus Inlet
yesterday after having been confined
nt Mercy Hospital for a few weeks.
Shu is much improved,
ELEC1 ON HELD
6E0. 600DRUM
MOD ACT
If LODGE i. 3'
todnv. nnd will soon be nt work on
tho first bridges between Eugene
and Notl. Most of the bridges are
short, and with tho heavy erecting
cranes the work of throwing to
gether tho bridges will be a com
paratively small mutter.
Work may be delayed, however,
by n landslide which occurred this
week nt tho far approach of the
Notl tunnel. A steam shovel will
hnvo to be sent out to clear It up.
I and It will probably require tlie
greater part of it month to remove
this.
HiS Trick AlltO Riding. tO. Bei . At present ,,m.. ballast trains nre
Natron nnd Notl. Tlie sieam snovei
hns already cut in the pit at Na
tron to a depth of fourteen feet, and
Is operating clear of water. Tito en
gineers ! re pleased nr the quan'ltv
.. 1 ...i.ir.t'i.,,. 1 mill II VII I ttl lllll III
'I'.imo,!,... 11 i.l... IT. n.wl 1(1 liim KVI mi. ....-,. -
ueen ueiii anil imumi uu kui ii iiuup
AN ECONOMY SALE !
THIS TIME. WE ARE OFFERING YOU AIM OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE SAmmo
ON SEVERAL SEASONABLE ARTICLES. THIS IS JUST AT THE TIME YOU I S
TO HAVE A LITTLE SURPLUS FOR THE HOLIDAYS AND BY TRADING HERE Ym.
MAKE YOUR SURPLUS. CALL AND SEE OUR GOODS AND PRICES AND BF Vm.
VINCED THAT WE ALWAYS DO AS WE ADVERTISE. READ THIS LIST-
Moil's Leather Work Gloves, Per or
pair, $1.00, 75c. 50c and ... 3uC
Ladies' Halcyon Messaline Pottlcbau
Looks like silk, but wenr
hnttm-. All dmrW w UR
Ladies' Heavy Flannelette Gowns, neat
patterns, Specially M nn
priced 'WW
Just rerived a large assortment of doll
heads in bisque and unbreakable OKn
metal. Prices, 75c, 50c and
Ladies Samnle Fur Sets, the very lat
est styles, Reasonably priced,
Ladies' Newest Head Scarfs, latest ma
terials, In all shades, Kn
$1.50, $1.25, $1.00 and
Ladies' Net and Lace Waists in Cream
or white, Specially CO OK
priced
All shades -L; f.HS
Kid-body Dolls, We have them oc
from $3,00 down to as low as earCtfC
We have a large variety of k'rtchen
aprons for ladies, in percales and K
hams, Specially priced nf
at 75c, 50c and j)
Children's Hose Supporters, with'shoul
der hrace and underwear attach-, nc
ments, All sizes flo
THE FAIR
IRVING BLOCK Next to Chandler Hotel. CENTRAL AVENUE
SATISFACTION ALWAYS OR MONEY REFUNDED.
nil SCORES
MUDDY POLITICS
Feature of the Elks' Big
Plmstrel Show.
The first rohenrr.nl for tho ICllcs
big minstrel how Monday nnd
George Biake Is Chosen Chan
cellor Commander by Lo
cal Knights of Pythias.
At a well attended meeting of Myr-
jstty It Is it scream, a howl, a yell,
oh, well, It's one of tho biggest
things ever held or heard on Coos
J Hay. (leneral Director Kletcher
says It Is as yet too early to oven
hint at the program, but ho was
Do Lodge No. I!, Knights of I'ythlas, willing to permit his press agent
bold In their Castlo Hall last oven- to say what a few of the features
Ing, tVe regular scnil-annnal election would be. Here Is what tlie press
of officers was he'd with t'.'o follow-.agent turned over:
Ing result-: "Among the most wonderful dare-
Chnncellor ((itninander, (jeorgo devll-deatli-defying feats Is classed
ideorgu Hoodlum's trick automobile
CENSUS SHOWS
BIG mcia
riding."
"You will miss the funniest stunt
All Municipalities on Coos
Bay Show Substantial In
crease, Except Eastsitle.
Hchool census figures of Mmy'i
flold, North Mend and Hunker Hill
u considerable growth over
that
you over saw If you don't hear A. 'show
ill. Powers nliig 'Put in Your Teeth 'those of last year, proving tlia
there Is a steady growth on the pen
illl I I' ) Jill ,1 U, -
I I I l.ll.. .1... rl. l.'n..t
"U'i. Iiuvit nl IuhI iidur.ul fioo. I"""", win u uiu iimuun uii i.ubi-
Ulake.
Vice Chancellor, Fred More.
Prelate. Fred Meserly.
Master of Work, T. M. Collver.
.Master of Finance, F. P. Norton.
Master of Kxolioiiuor, (!eo. F. Win
Chester.
Master nt Arms, S. F. llnitsloy. tUotnor to. appear In a song written t.0U11, ,llIr ,
Keeper of Itecords ami Seal, J. 1). especially for him, entitled, 'You moving to this side
Sneddon.
Inner (iiittrd. ('. It. Flanagan.
Outer (liiartl. (lonrgc Htir.s.
Following the election of officers
.1. 10. Shaw was Initiated Into the
mysteries of the ItauU of Ksiiulre.
sldo have dropped to u certain ex-
dozen fiini'lles
or to other
Declares It Violation of Com
mandment to Tear Down
Neighbor's Character.
The Methodist Church of this city
(wnH cotu'urtahly filled Sunday eve
ning to hear the sermoit by the
Rev. .los. Knotts. on "Alud In City,
Politics." I
Tho large chorus of men's voices
rendered delightful music, riving as
a special a quartet arrangement of.
Hock of Ages. I
Rev. Knotts spoke at length of;
the tendency of this day nnd uge.
to discountenance the contmund-;
incuts. !
"It Is a sad tiny when tiny Chris-1
tlon people lay aside one or unyi
of the ten conimantlineiits."
"Thou shalt not hear false wit
ness" Is the one coinitiandnient
most frequently broken. Oh! you
can get yourself pretty well adver
tised when you run for office, nnd
all kinds of stories nnd every thing I
about you, and n great ninny uroi
not true, "Mini in City Politics." I
You hive a plcttito perhaps 'of tho
ni" n rmmlni: f r office Im your owi
rn'ir.l ii.ul you let zivac' no ( o.,: and
throw mud at that picture which
has boon formed through mouths
and years of personal acquaintance. I
There Isn't one In tho list of
candidates that hasn't had malicious I
lies told about tliom. When wo tiro
willing to give our aid to tho tenr
inir down of n chnracter. It's wronu!
Wo ns citizens nnd church people, j
niiisi siauu i or mui which is
(lean and pure in the community.
( (Mjl'llil.i: IO .Ml Mi liKVV.
TIIK .MAN WHO NWSLKCTS
IIIMSIXl'.
When his condition points to kid
ney trouble takes an unwise risk.
Ilnckiteho, pains and soreness over
the kidneys, nervous or dizzy spells,
poor sleep, "'( S" symptoms Hint
will disappear with tho regular use
of Foley Kidney Pills. They put
tlie kidneys anil bladder In u clean,
strong nnd healthy condition. Owl
Prescription Phurniacy. Frank I).
Cohan. Opposite Chandler Hotel.
Phone 7 1.
I rni n I
I Hie reople
ELECTED
CS YKAIJS A(JO TO KKI'.VI!
TIIII.M Willi
SAT I S IM ( TO It V ( ' I ,OT 1 1 1 IS
AT
SATISFYING I'ltll'KS.
.ss.no in k;io.(m
IlliOP IN AND si:k rs IN
on: NF.W STORM IN
TIIK OM POSTOF-
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BUY THE
VERY BEST
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CONDITIONS
IN ..
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Free del very. H n. ni. ml 2 p. i
Plioiie "It
The Fixup
Dependable Clothes.
TWO HTOItHS
Marshllcltl Noitli lteml
Phono 11:1:11!.
could tuko Oswnld to the sand spit, Hectlons. The Increase nil told was
but he wouldn't thrive on tho sand
wiches (sand which Is) there,'"
What has become of tho old fash
ioned girl who wore a fascinator?
Weed! t Vaeate!
Our lease has hoen canceled and we only have until
January 1st to set out, As yet we have been unable to
secure a suitable location and for that reason will close out
the entire stock of high grade jewelry,
Gold Filled Jewelry, 1-4 Off.
Solid Gold Jewelry, 1-4 Off.
Waltham Watches, 1 -4 Off.
Souvenir Spoons, 1-4 Off.
2S Per Ceoil
Discount
On everything except
Community Silver and Big
Ben Alarm Clocks,
A small deposit will hold
any purchase until Xmas,
Should I secure a location
the sale will be discontinued
at these reduced prices and
regular prices go into effect
again,
I have no old stock; everything new and up-to-date
E. C BARKER, Jeweler .
266 NORTH FRONT STREET
I I !!.
.Mnolillcld Sclim-I CeitMi.
As stated In yesterday's Times.
Judge llnll. secretary of the School
Hoard of Marshfleld, reported the
school census figures for this city
as being DOS, while the figures of
last year were SOI, an Increase of
forty-four.
Norlli "llcnd Census,
C. 10. Mnyliee, secretary of tho
School Hoard In North Rond, hits
finished taking the school census
of tlie neighboring city nnd states
t ir.it the approximate figures tiro
700, compared to (!I7 last year, a
gain of SI! and the greatest record
ed on Coos Iray.
Hunker Hill Census,
A. h. Hutz, secretary of tho
School Hoard at Hunker Hill, Is
completing the school census of
that municipality and reports that
tho figures tiro II!.", compnrod to 97
a year ago, an Increase of :!S.
KnMside School Census.
Mrs, M. A. McLiiggan. secretary
of the Fnstsldo School Hoard, has
finished taking tho school census
of that municipality and reports
that tlie figures for this year are
II!!), compared to IBS a year ago.
This decrease was caused by a few
couples with lnrgo families chang
ing their place of residence.
An ordinance levying a special tnxl
upon all taxable property within thei
: city for the purpose of defraying op-j
orntlng expenses anil payment of city 1
, debts, wus adopted by tho Council.
t Tho levy was 10 mills upon the dol
lar, the estimated amount to be rnls
j ed by the special tax being $11000.- -'
Coqullle Sentinel,
Tell it girl thnt ' e has a musical,
rippling lau.'ih, and she will put In all
her tlmo giggling.
Cape Arago
Coffee
None Better
Coos Bay Tea, Coffee and
Spice House.
Phono III) 1-J. 1 8 1 Market nvo.
S-lgiiH that last
l-n sun and rain
('-ood paints for boats
N-ow that Is plain
S-anltas ami wall paper.
And No. 1' VnrnMi thnt I' JiM ik
proper rapcr.
C. W. VI WIS.
"170" Front Street I'lione!
FARM FOR SALE.
rt..i.t. tw.ir At1 frnU farm.
slstlug of 518 acres, between J5l
40 acres or ncn uotiura
ncres of bench inna sei w
(trees nnd fifty acres more Ml i
, easily no cieareu lor unu .
I balaive good grazing land fori
f lit alinnti nr L'flHIH.
i,ui oil vv i n
nil farming Implements newiWM
l.oc'iieu on wei r Ul ,.v."
ttlvor. one mile from boh
school and btmtlnndlng.
11.... .Ilnj.l tnm nivnfir.
For furthor Info.-ma Iad. rtin
write: W. A. C.AliE. a"""'
Quaterniass Studio
For Quality Photos
1M4 Front St. Mnrshtlcld
Goodrum's Garage
honirt of hn
CADILLAC and FORD
Auto Supplies for All
Makes of Cars
47 Central Av. I'hone ;I7.L
Xmas Cards
A Fine Big Lot of Them At
RED CROSS DRUG STORE
Phone 122.
Motorcycle Delivery.
Pictures &Framiii
Walker Studio
-WILLIS BAUGHMAN--
$100.00
REWARD
will be given for his
address or evidence of
his death.
S. K. BAUGHMAN.
Oxford Hotel,
San Diego. California
Rates for
Handling TrW
We haul trunw .- .
points In Maraliiioio wr -, ,
Ins rntee. dc iv? to S
tho urst Blonu ui -
One trunk , J
Three trunks jj
Twelvo trunks
Star Trawferad Steme
Levi lieisucr, y-r
M.Wield& AutO
North nenu -
... ,nlltN I
Car8 leave every w , p. I
7 a. m to 7 p. fut
to 12 o'clock every - j,
nnts one vay. roud l tri,
Commutation book. 2 f ,
r, - invn nhandier 'f.
Oeld and North Bene
k it DahiI
G0RST &
r ai L A Ti
PHONE 310,
.,,cwi.'iliLD I
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