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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 19 1913 EVENING EDITION 'Mr
EWS OF NEAR-BY TO
The Kitchen Heater Means
Kitchen Comfort in Winter
The kitchen heater attachment to the gas
range easily holds fire over night. In the morn
ing the i c: . in warm, there are no fires to
build, and L.Oc.icfast is quickly prepared on the
It enables gas range comfort through the
winter. Burns garbage, trash or solid fuel and
is made to radiate heat. Two places on top
for warming or cooking. Avoids the expense
and bother of setting up and taking down the
solid fuel stove.
An order placed now insures early delivery.
Oregon Power Co.
Telephone 178, Second and Central,
BROOKIHGS IS ROGUE RIVER WILL ENLARGE
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS.
ALWAYS OX TIME.
SAILS FROM PORTLAXD AT 8 l M., TUESDAY, NOV. 11TII, TUES
DAY, NOV. ISTII, TTESDAV, NOV. SMTH. . w
SAILS FROM MARSIIFIELR SATURDAY. XOYEMIIF.lt, 7 A. M.;
SATURDAY, XOY. inTII, 10 A. M.; FltlDAY, XOV. 2IST, 0 1.
M.; SATURDAY, XOY. IMITII, 0:H0 A. M.
Tickets on snlo to all Eastern points mill Information as to routes
and rales cheerfully furnished.
Phono Main il.-.-L. P. L. STERLING, Agent.
Recent Census Shows Popula
tion of 3.00, Largest of Any
Town in Curry County. '
(Special to Tlio Times.)
O.OLD BEACH, Or., Doei l!. The
now town of llrooklngs, In southern
Gurry County, Is building tin rap
idly. A recent census showed over
three hundred population within tlio
town limits, which makes it now the
largest town in Curry. The eon
croto foundation nnd franiowork for
the new sawmill of tlio llrooklngs
Lumber nud llox Coinpnny Is all
completed. This mill when in op
eration will cut UiiO.OOO foot of
lumber a day, and will be equipped
with electric cranes and nil latest
Improvements for handling logs nud
A line of boats will run direct
from Brookings to Sail Francisco
nnd San Diego, nnd when tho canal
Is completed, tlio company considers
shipping direct to Eastern markets.
There Is thirty feet of water at low
tide at DrooklngH wharf; and by
building out further forty to fifty
feet of water can bo reached, which
will enable the largest boats to load
n full cargo. Over three miles of
the railroad to t ho logging cumps
has been completed, nud is built In
a substantial manner.
The townslte was laid out on con
tour lines by I,. M, Muybeck, of San
Francisco, who Is said to bo one
of the best landscape architects In
the West. The location for a city
Is Ideal, on u second bench over-
i looking tlio Pacific, and owing to
tho fact of tho indentation of the
ocean hero to tho eastward, Ilrook
Ings gets no northwest winds in sum
mer, which makes other ocean
towns somewhat disagreeable where
not protected. Tho water mains are
being laid and streets graded, ami
In a very few years llrooklngs will
be one of the prettiest llttlo towns
la Oregon, with n population ns
largo as all Curry County hud In
the 11)10 census.
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS.
SAILS FROM PORTLAND FOR COOS BAY
THURSDAY, NOV. 27, AT 6 P. M.
SAILING FROM MARSHFIELD FOR EUREKA
SUNDAY, NOV. 30, AT 11 A. M.
ROUND TRIP, $18.50.
Connect bin with the Xorth Rank Road tit Portland.
North Pacific Steamship Company.
Phone II. ('. F. M'OEOROE, Agent.
S. S. REDONDO
SAILS FROM SAN FRANCISCO FOR COOS BAY
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, AT 3 P. M.
Sail I'niiiclst rricc, HO.-, Fife Rid;:., or Lombard St. Piers Xo. 27.
Intcr-Occuiiic Transportation Co., C. F. Mcd'eorgc, Agt., Phone 44.
C. A. Smith Lumber & Mfg. Co.
LUMRER, LATH, SHIXULES, MOULDINGS. SASH AND DOORS.
HOOFING PAPER, ETC.
CUT THE FUEL KILL IN TWO RY USING OUIt WOOD.
PHONE I0. 188 SOUTH BROADWAY
Opposite The Blanco Hotel
TODD The Tailor
LET US MAKE
Title TruM Co. AhMnicts,
thoroughly dependable. Im
mediate service, prompt alien
linn to nil interests of our
clients, Minimum cost.
I. S. ' Kaufman (f& Co.
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
RUBBERS ANY SIZE.
AT ELECTRIC SHOE STORE.
Send Your Laundry
to Us By Parcel Post
WE Fl'RXISII A RAO AXD WILL
PAY THE POSTAGE OX ITS
Coos Bay Steam Laundry
Phone 57-J Marshfield
SA FETV AT S'I'A K E.
Punishment Necessary for Acts of
1. W. W. Agitators.
There nro certain statutory crimes
for which tlio Iiiwh of our land do
not furnish adeitiatu punishment.
There nro also certain nets against
tlio pence and safety of tlio com
monwealth for which our statutes
do not mote nut punishment com
monsiirnte with tho crime. Among
these latter acts are those commit
ted by AnnrclilfitH and I. W. W.'s In
Inciting riot and advocating tho ov
erthrow of government. Whon sov
ernl months ugo the peoplo of
.Marshfield ran threo I. W. W.'s out
of that town and when, within the
past week tlio peoplo of the town
of Florence rose en mnsso and inn
seven members of that organization
out of tholr town, they, tho eltl
7.eii8, took practically the only meth
od at their coniinnnd to rid thoiu
selves of these object lonnble char
acters. Tho organizations of the
Industrial Workers of tho World,
llko that of tho Anarchists' should
not bo tolernted over night In any
country worthy to bo free. And
whon Governor West tnllts of enll
ing out tho slate militia to punish
tho citizens of theso towns, who
hnvo acted solely from a patriotic
and business standpoint, he hi pur
suing n course that is hard to un
derstand and which meets with hut
llttlo approbation from tlio people
at largo. To statu It In plain Eng
lish, It looks ns though Ills Excoll
oncy Is making a fool of himself.
Port Orford Tribune.
Fall Run Did Not Come up to
Former Years Fish Hatch
ery Has Been Repaired.
(Special to The Times.)
WUDDERIWRN, Or., Dee. 2.
Tlio fishing season on Rogue River
closed by law on November -0, but
very few fish have been caught dur
ing th In mouth. The fall run of
fish did not come up to expecta
tions, nor to that of former years,
when tho late H. I). Iliinio operated
the cannery here.
Tho .Macleay Estate Company put
up nearly fiooo cases of canned sal
mon, anil 1ST tierces of mlld-ciire;l
fish during tlio past season. The
law opening Rouuo River to com
mercial fishing went Into effect on
the tth of June, tills being tho first
commercial fishing done In Kogue
River sluco It wa.s closed by Inltiu
tlvo In I!) 10. Under tho new law,
(lie season commences next year on
The fish hatchery on Indian (.'reek
lias been repaired nud is ready for
operation. A hnlf Ion of fish eggs
is now on wny hero from Portland,
having been shipped by It. E. Clun
tou vlu the steamer llreak water.
Mill Jones, who built the butchery
ituder It. 1). Hume, and ran It un
til the river was closed, lias gone
to Coos Hay to receive tlio fish eggs
and will haul them from Mursh-
t'letd to Woddcrhiiru In a spring
wngon, provided the Rustler or
Randolph are not there to ninko a
trip to Rogue River.
Ii is m
w I llllll
COAST HIGHWAY ROOSTED.
In a recent Issun of tho Del Norto
Argus that pnper makes tho sug
gestion tlitit tho counties of Coos,
Curry nnd Del Norlo stnnd togothor
In a united effort for si Pacific
A more scenic rl 'e, under ns fav
orable climatic conditions cannot bo
found anywhere us the one along
our coast. A trl-county boosting
organization should be formed and
tho hall started rolling. Port Or
FLORENCE MEN IX JAIL.
L. Ossenbcrg and .1. I. Lewis, tho
two men from Floremo who nro
charged with gambling, having been
brought out by n Deputy Sheriff
Wednesday night, are In the county
jail, being unable to raise t lit $li."iO
bail placed upon them by the Justice
of the Pence at Florence. Eugene
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I i iitu ii.
I MINI Ill
In our now loentton, wo nre, es
pecially prepared to cater to famllj
trade. Regular meals or short or
Open day nnd night.
Broadway anil Commercial Mfld
THE INDEPENDENT AUTO LINE.
Watch for Footo ponuant. Head
quarters, Mnrshuold, lllnuco Hotol,
phono It!; North Rend, Club Cigar
Store, phono Mill. Ladles' wait
ing room, Marshlleld, Rusy Corner,
lllauro Hotel, Wlnklor's Phurmacy.
North Rend ut Stur Theater. For
cars prlvnto charter, phone M4-J.
I VTo hnvo lind po many Inquiries lately
refill illni,' Kczemu ami ntlior ekln ills
cuhch. that we nm k'uI to inuUu our
answer nubile. After careful InvostlK.i-
I " Jjavo found that a simple w.iMi
?.t Uh'K'iKrewi, us compmimieil
J' r';i.ti..N, can lie lellej
pon. o would not malio this mate-
, went to imp patreriH. frlomls nm neluli
l'or iinlexx we were Mire or It and
ilUitnijrh there are many so-called Kc
zenm reineUles wold, wo ournelvea in
icrl.?io!!b'1'' roco,11"(-'" U. L. ft rro-
I Drop Into our utoro loiliiy, Jinit to tnllt
wrlptlon. mtlta ' U'la wo,lc:c,''ul ""
OJOJS SllJ(l bbojo poji
Work on Brookinejs Lumber
Company Mill is Reported
(SOLD REACH, Or., Dec.
Word from llrooklngs, Oregon, Is
to the effect that the llrooklngs
Lumber Company's plant is rapidly
being completed, nud that tho cor
poration will have one of tho most
modern mills on the Pacific Coast.
The mill, which is I ho largest one
on tlio coast except the Smith Pow
ers mill nt .Marshrield, will be In
a few dnys ready for tho Installing
of machinery. A standard gauge
railroad has been built u distance
of threo miles up tho Checto River
into the edge of tho company's tim
ber. Resides a cook house, hunk
nlntioii, store, barns, etc, tho com
pany has already built probably fifty
cottages, which nre occupied by em
ployes nud their families, and the
carpenters' crew Is building more
nt the rate of about two a week.
The largo locomotives, steam
shovels, scrnper, etc., that nro at
work, together with the number of
logging cars, dining enrs, etc.. stand
ing on sidetracks, remind the cas
ual observer more of a railroad div
ision Ihiin a logging camp.
Each man Is furnished with n
good spring mattress, good enough
for n king, nnd plenty of warm,
dean blankets, nnd when n man
leaves camp the bedding is placed
in u house, built for tlio purpose
and f'inilgntod for six hours.
In connection with tho bunk house
there are two bath rooms fitted
ill) with hot nnd cold water, for the
uso of tho inon. One of tho first,
things tho company did wns to
bring pure mountain water Into
camp by means of a pipo lino n dls
tnnco of threo miles, and to lay n
surrngo plpo nwny from tho town.
Not only has the company safe
guarded Kb employers, but has erect
ed and equipped a neat llttlo hos
pital and provided It with physician
and n gradunto nurse, tlio only ones
iietweeu llandon nud Eureka. Cal.
Towards the maintenance of tho hos
pital, tlio employes nro charged
$1,00 per month.
Annthor thing that speaks woll
fop tlio company Is thnt each par
ticular lino of work Is bended by
an expert in ins lino, which in
sures the grentost posslblo safety
for the men. This precaution hai
prevented any sorbins accidents In
camp and tho strict sanitation reg
ulations hnvo prevented any sick
Among soino of the improvements
planned by tho company Is nn
amusement hnll nnd n moving plc
turo show. Tlio school district, con
sisting principally of tho coinpnny's
property, has notices of a spednl
election already posted calling a
meeting to vote u special levy to
build a larger school house.
ltlvTl'RX FROM METROPOLIS.
Julius Koch, who hns beon In
San Francisco for tho past several
weeks, being treated at tlio dor
ninn Hospital, returned to Port Or
ford by Monday's stage. Though
nenrlng tho four score nnd ton
mnrk, Mr. Koch Is still spry and
returns Improved In health. Ho
says that Son Francisco has chang
ed "sonio" slnco ho wns thero near
ly hnlf ii century ago. Port Or
If you hnvo nnytlilng to soil, rout,
trndo. or want holp, try a Want Ad
In The Times,
Shipping at Coast Port Grows
and Contracts Are Secured
for White Cedar Ties.
(Special to Tho Times.)
POUT OUFOUD, Or., Dec. U.
Roderick L. MneLony, president of
the Alncleoy Estato Company, of
Portland, Oregon, has authorized
extensive repairs and enlarging the
wharf at this place, and Contractor
P. II, Pen rue Is examining the
wharf nnd making estimates for re
pairing the same.
There is u prospect, or a largo
amount of business being done hero
next senson. E. J. Loney, cushler
of the Hank of Port Orford, hns a
contract for the llotsford Tie Com
pany, of Portland, to got out 75,
(100 white collar ties. Tho mining
development on Sixes Ulvor by Mr.
Inuiaiin nud his associates will also
bring much shipping over tho wharf
and make business lively In this
Tlio (dieeso factory Installed by
Chus. Ziimult on Sixes Ulvor this
su miner litis succeeded beyond ex
pectations and it Is probable nn
other will bo put In on Elk Ulvor
early In the spring. It Is being
demonstrated that Curry County
Is a first-class dairy section, and
nil who go Into that business hero
make good returns. This section
has had a very substantial growth
the past season; and looks forward
to much greater development In
I It I I.
RAXDOX PAVINtJ ILLEOAL.
Supremo Court Holds Xot Stating
Material In Xot Ice Invalidates It.
SALEM, Or., Dec. II. That u not
ice of intention to improve n street
Hint did not snecifv the kind of inut-
t,. l, I.,. ..,,.,,1 I., tlw. ....n..,.t,.,,1 I... I lllellRli U'lilllllm, I. nil ..li, .
i itiin iu I iv, imui, hi nu iu.-iuii mi- i . '"n 'i-il ui nm . rn
provenieni is voui unii coiners no """'"".
Educational Growth r0
from Gold RiTl.SW
Ootei'" Th- Tin,.,
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Sl'lifuil . ui una, ...
... ... --' i no, i . n.. - .ui
' met in ( i,i i, .'. yumrrw.
llltllli, .. I IUM U-S.L ...
a - . ' ill -i ,n, , ,U
1 110 L' Ii u,.i.... 10 fa
' hum U'nM. . "'ill
i Miiessiir w iiu-. ui in,
;iii novel In n... mi, l
lirst higl, Hc-lmni i. "'7. Cow
cess and werkin,; " "'S M
In tlw. . mij iiiiinh i-i.
ii w 1 it i imp
large acre lot surmi i avin
hcI.ooI bull.i LS W'ng the
.Wlk'l ! "M1C PIIftM I
it..!.... t. "viii 13 frnrn n .
mi.. I I.. .... V "U'HT, PnlAMi.
in.i..t.. . -
ry County. uu" P C
. A ioui rirtoun m.nii.
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..v. OV.HUU1 ustrM. .
"inn smes or uociin ni...
Hie Ulvor. '
lCn III nnn
' v'.et to TllO Tln,l
COtJUILI,!.' Or., tw o "V...
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.h.U . Ill V,(l( I1IIIQ W Tkllui.
iMivomiior 'it. nt 4 n.ii. IT
i i.iiik u. Adams M (i
Aiidrlnn Leach nn,i m. ..i.
niu, iiuiii (ii uus city. The '
wjis beautifully decorated
urysanineinniiis nnd folla
(iromoin- limtr xinnn
. .. i"" wiiut'r u
jurisdiction upon the city to make
tlio Improvement wns tho decision of
tho Supremo Court In the case of
Eiiphciniu Dyer and others against
the City of llandon. u wns appeal
ed from the Circuit Court of Coos
County. Chief Justlco Mcnrldo wrote
ti.o opinion. Tho Court holds:
"That the ruct tho plaintiffs stood
by and allowed the Imifrovoinont to
proceed without milking any protest
did not stop them from nssertlug its
invalidity by a suit to enjoin tho col
lection of the tax.
"Where th'e sevornl owners of dis
tinct parcels of property hnvo a com
mon objection to the validity of an
assessment, they mny properly unite
In n suit' to enjoin Its collection."
RR HOI'S OE RAXDOX.
.Vows of Clty-Ry-Thc-Sen ns Told by
P. K. Mnrtln. an alleged short
change artist, was apprehended at
.Miirsnrioid Saturday by Constnblo
Illackorby and brought back to Itan-
don to answer the chnrgo. Ho wns
tried In Judgo Wade's court Satur
day afternoon and found guilty ns
charged. Doing uiinhlo to Ihiuldnte
tlio $2.') flno Imposed upon him ho
wns remanded to tho custody of tho
Sheriff and will servo n sontenco In
the county jail.
Charloy Rodoll. of San Mateo.
Cal.. returned from n hunting trip
to uurry county last Friday nnd
departed on tho Flfleld, sailing Mon
day. Ho succeeded In bagging ono
flno bear and a largo amount of
small gnmo during his outing and
leois amply repaid for his trip.
coionoi it. ii. Rosa and wife woro
Incoming passengers on the Ellzn
beth, which arrived In port Satur
day morning. They spent almost n
month In Southern California on
their trip and woro presont at tho
Coob County reunion, which wns
hold nt Pnsadona recently and at
which about sixty former Coos Coun
ty peoplo woro In attendance.
The steamer Dispatch encounter
ed difficulties on her early morn
ing voyago up tho rlvor Saturday
morning through having boon blown
ashoro on tho Tlmmons mud flats
Just abovo Mooro's Mill. Tho llfo
savlng crow and tho tug Klyhynm
went to hor nBslstnnco and removed
tho pasBongors, but It was not until
at high water Saturday night that
tho boat was gotten off.
Tho case of Jas. McGlvnn. charg
ed with forcibly entering tho house
of W. 'A. Kollnr and extracting thoro-
trom ono storo door ovor which a
dispute wns in progress, occupied
tno nttontion of Judgo Wndo ono
day last weak. Through tho Inde
fntlgnblo offortB of Thos. Hnggorty,
uiuidon's ennrgetltc nnd comnetont
young nttornoy, tho caso was dis
missed. Tho defendant nlso answer
ed to n charge of carrying conceal
ed weapons, to which ho pleadod
guilty and was fined tho sum of $10.
RAXDOX WORLD SOLD.
This Is the Inst Issue of the
World under tho present ownership
nnd mnnnnomont. Tho plnnt and
business has been purchased by M.
rressoy, or this city, and Louis
D. Fol8lieIm, of Nnmpa, Idaho. Mr.
Pressoy needs no Introduction to
tho peoplo of this city, as ho is well
and favorably known as a hustler
irom tlio ground up nnd supplied
with an abundance of that "booster
spirit" two qualifications of unlim
ited value to n nowspapor man.
TELEPHONE CREW 1 1 ETUI I XS
Tho tolophono crow, which has been
ns far Bouth ns Oold Ileach, repair
ing the long distance line, woro In nnvo inu.v.. ,0
town over Saturday night on tholr case." opP01"1
return north, having completed their i- ran
. . .. ....,! Phono
wiirir i'ritr n.ripi ,i'.iiki,MA iiiiiiii.
'.,, . w, v w.wii i,uiiiiu, -
ml.. . . . - "
hi a iiJiuiy sown or CM
.llllll., I ..I ...... A.l ...... .
. iiiuu, ii iiniiiL'ii wun snadow
n.i.l ,.immI...I 1. ,
...... .....iv.il ii uuuuuei or i
cnrysantlieniiiiiiB, came In oi
in in nt'i Kiuiuiminer woo
She wns attended by Nettle
Intil in!... ii....... .. . . i i .
-...a, i. j p.u.,11 ill him. n
. iiuuii i-iuiiu lie ciiine arm m
pink enrnntions. The grooa
attended by Robert Sligle
After the ceremony a dalnli
mug dinner wns served,
present were Mcsdames J.
gle, (icorgo Leach. A. A.
(i. R. Wlckliam. Eucene
Jess llltc, Fred Slagle, Cat
and MIhh Ncttlo Dellonl; Menrt
( Cllnirln flnirtrn Tyidrh i
I inili l.iiirntin VMVhatrl TiU H
Fred Single. Cnl Slagle, Hirrr
gle, Everett Single, Robert
Rev. Frank II. Adams. Nell (
sou. .lack I.cncli, Master Calrli
'I'l,.. 1,1,1,. nml nrnnm hnlh till
tuiul nt frlnnili! who wish then
IS STILL 1XIHSP0SF.R
Coo. R. Miller, who rehired
IIS llOlllo III uum ueoiu
from taking medical treatnt
Myrtle Point. Is still court
. . ll
imiispnseu. mi. .'ii'i"
treated for tlio results 1" I
severe iiiiihk ui
ROPtJII AT HAXD0.V.
iiiifiinr Thursday and FrWf
..... I. ,1,.. cnnlh Mil
I1IHL WUUK l"U du". -k
:l llioroiiKli uiiM.' --.
'..ma,lni, ntlfl V(!Ullt;Bual
liflllllKll UG ClllllUA. -..
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ira o. comuiuuu n -- j
1 llllllll. "-----, hi
IJUIIU11 Mill, t... lU
AMallA I1I1IC3V '
ni.ii iiviii-'.- '. . ... Till
toi. is roiii;u ..v.
Ic ImMllL' UD SOB"""
the const. llandon Su".
,inn,,nr Northland t
n,.fnvit in luc
at. rori -.ui . .
for a shipment u - . ti
a.. I.mlni Tie Kon' j
Z" out the wlrele-'
this Plaro n coupje of j
i i.... onii ui. j
a UOl'lur, " ...-nttl
rowed to her as she W-
... i,,...i,ni- nna on"' ,
Ulrlli or a
den. hns been "i':-. th, til
In the northern
. some Mr" ' .J
10OK1I1K . ..ItflB"'1
v.n.nHnns in that section.
.n If I
Kiuney . kdney i
are nil evidences of ,
Mrs. Mary A. friti
Hnvo imssed by
thought I wa KIJ
medlcino, ouv '-v.necUi'