The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957, January 05, 1914, EVENING EDITION, Page 3, Image 3

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DtiW Vefoef or. Tan Ruuta Calf.
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It's not what
you pay but
what you get.
Woolen Mill Store
Apparel Specialists for Men and Boys.
LOCAL TEMPERATURE
RECORD
For tho 2 1 lioura ending at
I: in n. in. January G, by HenJ.
Ostllnd, special government me
teorologist: Maximum G3
Minimum 55
At 4:43 ti. in 02
Precipitation 1.51
Precipitation slnco Sept. 1
litm 27.r2
Precipitation snino pcC.od
Inst year 30. 09
Wind: Southwest, doudy.
If i(ll the good there 1b In thought
Were only put In deed.
This world would ho n paradise,
And none would he In need.
ItOUX.
CoqisiHe;; River Coal
100 Pounds Clean Coal to the Ton
Guaranteed Price, $5.50
COOS COUNTY FUEL CO.
bone 1 8 I'll.
GEO. A. BAINES,
orriio open until H:M p. m.
I. SO Itroailwny .So.
LOWRY To Mr. and Mrs. C. II.
I.owry, nt their homo In South
Murshflold Saturday night, .Ian.
.'!, a ten-pound son, their first
horn. Mr. I.owry Is employed In
tlie C. A. Smith offices and Mrs.
i.owry Is tho daughter of Mr. ami
Mrs. J. II. Cox and was long
connected with tho Mnrslifleld
Postofflco.
NEW GOAL CO.
IS
Servile lit Sumner. Hev. O. L.
Hall held services at Sumner Sun
day evening.
Meet Tiiiwilny. Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Tledgon will entertain the Cafeteria
Club at their homo Tuesday evening.
To Not Hi lleml. Tho Mni-qhriold
M. 10. llrotberhood is planning to
go to North lleud next Wednesday
night to hold a social ami prayer
meeting.
Weil In Coqullle. Win. Greer nnd
Miss Stella Oniior of Marshllold woro
married nt Coiiulllo last' week. Tho
bride is a sister of .Mrs. Mttmlo (V
Toole, formerly of Conledo, but now
ot MnrsMlold.
rpheum Tonight
DII-: CALL. Story of J.ols Webor. Vory Interesting.
r'KTKUAN POLICE HORSE. Two-rool ront uru. Sort of a "Mack
Ilciiuty" flint story.
riII-3 HUAVI2ST MAN. (food ranch story whero K lamo boy saves
tho foreman froir a burning house. A good photo.
ADMISSION TUX CUNTS.
College Wi.mcn. Tho College
Women's Club will meet WodneBilny
evening with Mrs. I-'. S. Dow. Mrs.
Henry Sengstnekon will rend n paper
on "Playgrounds."
!ape Arago
Coffee
Better Than Ever
loos Bay Tea, Coffee and
Spice House.
ttiono394-J. 184 Market avo.
latermass Studio
iens About Jan. 15
former KKJfiS sti'dio.
i'O.SITi: ROYAL THEATER.
LL A TAXI
DAY on NIGHT
PHONE 310
ami train calls a Specialty.
IAHSIIFIELD TAXIOAH CO.
DRY GOODS AND
MILLINERY '
fomplete line of Notions.
IITH'S VARIETY STORE
North Bend.
s. A. W. Jones
impioliiK, manicuring, facial
ssngo and scalp treatment
L IvINDS OK HAIR WORK
b Is3-J.
010 Central Avo.
Remember
Rexall
When in Pain
In those days of varying
weather, all are more Hiibjoci
to llttlo Ills.
Not sick enough to go to n
doctor, but Tooling depressed
from tho cold, cough or givpo
or other slight ailment.
ir you fool that way Just
drop In and try Hoxall. It
Is tho grentcst lino that :ias
in or been put on tho maiTcet
nud wo. with the leading drug
gists throughout tho country,
rctommoml it.
Lockharfc Parsons
Drug Co.
Till: Itl'S V CORNER
The ItoMill Stoio
IMiono I's li8
Receives Anil Novs. Mrs. J. W.
Mitchell received a tolegiam Satur
day announcing tho death of her
brother nt their old homo In Snbctha,
IviJiisns.
Three Di links Fluid. Stovo .Invl,
John Mnttsou ami Arthur Johnson,
uiiestod for being drunk und' disor
derly m tho streets of t Ho city, woro
brought heforo City Hooorder Hutlor
this morning nud on pleading guilty
woro lined $G each.
Coquille River Coal Co. Com
mences Operations at River
ton Marshfield Offices
The Coqtillle River Coal Com
pany Is the name of a now enter
prise recently organized for develop
ment of tho coal resouiceu of Coos
County. Tho active nionihers of
tho concern iro all experienced
coal operators, bended by Itobort
Harrison, nn export of thlrty-threo
years' experience and for ten yenrs
foreman of the Northern Pacific
ltoslyn Mine nt Itoslyn, Washing
ton. Tho other members of the
operating eonipnny are Joseph Avetin
and Charles Avenn. The company
has taken a 20-ycar lease of 400
acres of coal land containing tho
Adania mine one mile above Rlver
ton. A slope 350 Teet has been
opened Bhowlng a four-foot voln
of conl that equals tho best produc
ed In Coos County. Large bunkers
hnvo been built nt the mine and ilso
nt the river, with u trnck connect
ing with the mine.
Helling Company Orgnnl.rd
Tho optput of tho new mine will
bo handled by the Coos Coun.y Fuel
Coinpnny, Of which Goo. A. Haines
of Mnrslifleld, Is gonornl manager.
Arrnngomvnts have. n)rendy been
perfected for opening branch agen
cies In niindon, .Myrtle Point, Co
iiulllo nud North lleml, with tho
gcueriil offices In Mnrslifleld. It
Is expected to plnco the first coal
from tho mine on tho Coos Hay mnr-
ket next Tuesday.
If present plans materialize, It Is
expected by spring that tho output
of tho mine will ho Inerensod to
100 tons dally. It Is plnnned to
ship considerable of this ns lite
Coos County Fuel Compnny will
hnvo charge of tho wholesaling ns
wojl ob tho Im-al retail iiKQiU'Uig
eight yours old. A son lives In So
mltlo. Mr. Ilrady Is employed by
Hugh McLnln. Tho funeral was
held Monday afternoon at one o'clock
from tho Dungnn Undertaking Par
lors, Hev. Joseph Knotts officiating.
giintermass Moves .Manager
Ountermnss, of tho Quntormass stu
dio, which was buried out In the
.Montgomery rire, . has leased the
former Hlggs studio opposlto the
Hoyul Theater and will resume busi
ness there about Jnnunry 15, when
his new equipment arrives. Ho has
purchased W. P. Harmon's furni
ture nnd after next Monday will
hnvo his home In the apartments
over Conner & Honghind.
MBRELLAS
PAIRED AND COVERED
1ARSHF1ELD CYCLERY
PHONE 158-R.
you lmve anything to sell, rent
"r want Help, try a Want Art
TEe Royal
TONIGHT
LOIS POWELL In two new songs.
Miss Powoll is tho best slngor over
in Marshfield.
JANE ELWYN Is suro to plonso you
with wonderful enrtoons.
FOUR HEELS OF THE NEWEST
AND HEST PICTURES.
FHOM OUT THE STOHM Thrilling
Hroncho featuro In 2 reels.
THE HEAL MOTIIEH A powerful
drama of an adopted mother's sac
rifice LOHD nARHY'S LOW ACQUAINT
ANCE Tho story of a poor boy
nnd a rich dog.
ADMISSION;
Lower floor, 15c. Hnlcony, 10c.
SU'iuu heat n"l good music makes
this Mio popular Miow-liouso of tho
city.
he Times Does Job Printing
1 Move to North lle"i. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Ilnlrry Ml.inn have moved o
North Hond, where they will mnko
tholr homo. Mllo Plorson nnd family
will occupy tho hoiiso on North First
street which thoy hnvo vacatod.
Uncle to Cjiiiii II. Robertson and
most of tho South Inlot loggers re
turned to tho Smith-Powers' camp
Saturday aftornoon nnd rosumed
work today. Foromnn Mlko Mc-
Luughlln leturnoa rruiny irom his
trip to Portland. Ho wns not ovon
In u ear accident, Instead of bolng
killed, as wiib roporteii nore.
School Opens. Tho Mllllngton
sch'ool opened ngnln today nfter a
vacation. Miss Annlo Wlckhnm of
Empire, who has boon tenchor thero
for sovoral years Is ngnln In charge
The school Ih one or tho host rural
schools In tho county. Thoy pny 70
per mouth ami thoro Is an enrollment
or twonty-threo this term.
Lease Theater. Chnrlos nnd Stub
Towor, rormorly proprietors or tho
Orphoum thontor In Mnrshllolil, hnvo
leased tho Orphoum moving plcturo
house In Hanilon and tako poBCsslon
this wook. Messrs. Towor hnvo dom
joiiBtrnted themselves good moving
plcturo inon and will givo llnndon
ono or tho best show nouses obtnln
nblo. Margolin to AM. Georgo W. Per
kins, tho most porslstont or tho Hull
Moosors. who has written Captain
Mncgonn or tho Hronkwutor asking
him to send In tho nnnio, or ono or
moro good Progressives rrom ench
precinct In this bectlon, statos In his
lottor that tho prospects ror tho par
ty woro never so bright and urges
.., ... it. .v rim unwlv organ
ized Farmers' Union hold nnothor
meeting saiuruny. ra uuiin.Da u
Imjiortanco wns up. Tho union hns
stnrted in buying certain commodlT
i.l... t.. 11,., mnixlinl'a SlltlirilllV
a representative or tho Union 0
.1 i nnll t limit nil
Uompnuy oiiurtm in bum iiiui" "
much choapor than thoy havo been
buying It.-
"Wfil Sunday. Theo. Jones and
Miss (Jeorgla Crooks woro married
yoaterdny afternoon at 2 o'clock nt
tho homo or tho groom's stoprnther,
Mr. Scott, In Hunker Hill, tho Rov.
Snmuel Gregg orfldatlng. Tho groom
Is omployed nt tho Right Car and
tho brldo is from California and Is a
slater of Paul Crooks of Marshfield.
They will mnko tholr homo hero.
Storo, Move. Tho Bertram Jowol
ry storo and the Hendrlckson shoo
store today movo from the Songstack
en building on Hrondway Into one of
tho now storo rooms In tho now
Hutchison building on Nortli Front
street. Thp room which thoy linvo
Just vacated on Hroadway will bo oc
cupied soon by Geo. Gottlng of tho
Coos Hay Tea, Coffeo and-Spleo com
pany. AVoman Dies. Mi's. M. II. Hrady
dlod at their homo on Nortli Front
street i rlday night after two months
Illness or pneumonia and n compli
cation or diseases. She was rirty-
I'lirniers Mift. Farmers Union
No. (JO met In Odd FoIIowh Hall Sat
urday and seventeen moro now mem
bers wero takon In. Tho number Is
now close to eighty. President J.
M. Culloy wns unnblo to attend be
cause or a sore neck. Thero will bo
another mooting or tho body next
Saturday, il n delegation of six,
George Ross, J. M. Culloy. II. W.
Snnfvrd, Noll Watson, J. L. Smith
nnd Leonard Masters, will leave ror
Coqulllo to attend tho convention
of the unions.
.Meti'opolltnu "Airs." Frank I).
Cohan lias placed an order with Con
tractor SIanilor for tno construction
of n "cozy corner" for women shop
i'H In the front of the Owl Phnrmncy
TI o dppnrluro Is n big rontnro or tho
drug stores In tho largo cities and Is
tho first nttolnpt or tho kind on Coos
Hay. A Tree tolopliono, tnreetory,
vrltlng materials, desk and coinrortn
hlo sentH will bo provided ror nil
who deslro to uso thorn.
PERSONAL NOTES
Some folki! nro always in tho rut,
Slmo hitch up to n star:
Some Tolks are real far-sighted, but
isomo go a sigut too fur.
GEORGE ROSS Is In town today from
South Inlot.
W. H. MORGAN wns down from Coos
River yesterday.
I
SOCIAL CALENDAR
MONDAY
Progress Club with Mrs. A. r
I B. Gldley.
I TUESDAY
Cafeteria Club with Mr. nno
Mrs. F. A. Tlcdgen.
Episcopnl Guild with Mrs.
Howhay.
Catholic Ladles of North Hond
with Mrs. C. S. Kaiser.
WILLIAM FERRIN, of Sumner, wns
a visitor in tho city today.
This stormy weather Is rather
rough on tho gazabos who are tak
ing a voyngo on the good ship wat
er wagon.
11. JACOHS, of Conledo, is speildlng
n few days In Marshfield.
F. SHORT, or Coiiulllo, was a visitor
In Mnrslifleld this morning.
JOHN VAN HERGEN, of Ten Mile,
wns a visitor In Mnrshileld today.
J. M. CULLEY, of Catching Inlet,
wns a visitor In Marshllold today.
C. Q. VAN DONHURO, of Coiiulllo.
was n lsltor In tho city Saturday.
O. E. WILLIAMS, of Capo lllanco,
wns a visitor In Marshllold yesterday.
C. S. HALL, of Coqulllo. was nmong
tho passengers on the Saturday
train,
ATTORNEY TOM HALL loft this
morning' to attend court In Coqtillle.
OSCAR KINO, of Catching Inlet, Is
visiting Marshllold today with MIbs
Edith KIuo.
SYLVIA RACKLEFF. of Myrth'
Point, spent Saturday In Marsh
riold with friends.
T. M. CULVER arrived from Cnteh
Ing Inlet this morning for n busi
ness visit In Mnrshflolil.
JOHN SIREN Ib spending tho day In
tho city, having como down rrom
Catching Inlet this morning.
EDITH KINO Is visiting rrlends In
Mnrslifleld today. She enmo down
rrom Cntchng Inlot this morning.
MISS ALICE CHURCH wns nmong
tho passengers arriving on the
Wnh-tn-Wnso rrom Catching Inlet
today.
JUDGE J. D. GOSS left on the morn
ing train to attend tho adjourned
term of tho circuit court nt Co
qiilllc. HARRY RUSSELL was among tho
ptiBsengers from Catching Inlet, nr
rlvlng on tho Wnh-ta-Waso this
morning.
II. J. COUMERIEL. or Ilaudon, who
arrived on tho stoainor rrom Porl
lnml, loft Tor tho valley seaport
Saturday.
J. L. HRICE Ion Saturday ror San
Francisco m business nnd will
return via Hrndon to look nrter
business there.
COOS HOTEL
HAS MOVED TO
NEW HOME
To tho Public:
Tho Coos Hotel Is today being
moved from Its old quarters In Marsh,
field to the new homo nt Stanton ami
Washington, North Hond, and wo will
bo open for business therq Monday,
Janunry 12. Tho now qunrtors will
ho commodious, modern In every rcs
pect nnd will afford excellent nc
conimodatlons tg the traveling public
at reasonable rales.
I wish to thank you ono and all
for tho patronage extended us In tho
past nnd nBsuro "ou thnt vo will do
our best to morlt a contlnunnco of IC
lu tho new location, which Is handy
to tho auto servlco to and from
Marshfield and near the motor car
lino. ;,
COOS HOTEL, v
Chns. Alotlln. Prop.
WANT ADS.
I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I
:
KOIt RENT T-rooni house, .171 El
rod avo. Apply within or phono
313-L.
., '
roit SALE 1 Doeu black .Minorca
heiiB. 239 So. Hrondwny.
I
WANTED
WANTED Good fresh cow. J. E.
j Lyon, liny City.
WANTED To borrow 9.1()(M for Jf
years. Good security, intorcst
must bo reasonable. Address A.
It., enro Times orrico.
WANTED (ilii for general house
work. Good wages. Apply A.
II. Powers. Phono 207.
.
WANTED Carrier boys to deliver
Tho Times. Inquire nt Tlmos orflce.
ORVIL HAMMOND, who vns visit
ing In Marshllold Saturday and
Sunday, left this morning ror his
home lu Hcnvor Hill.
E. II. FISH, or Handon, who nrrlv-lj
FOR RENT
FOR RENT it modern iiiifiirnlNliisI
housekeeping rooms. Phono 30-N.
nil t lu, ctv sat" nly on tie '" KENT-Fur..lsl,cd rooms, mod
ol In tho clt Hntuniii, on t o Bouth Slxt , Btroot
Railing Kuoclail Down. Whon tho
team drlvon by Joo HntiBor for tho
Forndnlo Hrowlng company ran away
near tho Ocean dock on Saturdny and
toro along tho trestlo roadway to
ward North Hend, tho right whcols
of tho wagon cleared out sections of
tho guard rail botweon tho rondwny
nnd tho tracks for n dlstanco or over
n Juartor or a mllo. Tito havoc done
made It look as though a hair dozen
auto drays had torn Into tho railing,
whlcji is In bail Bhnpo. Georgo Wulff.
who wns knocked on tho trestlo work
by ono or tho Hying bonms, Is re
ported not seriously hurt.
"',. .......I K,fi .ilfifv f'ftiiiliiir. llov.
G. L. Hnll hns received word rrom
Rov. G. L. White, or l.os Aiigoies,
Cnl that Coos Hay will bo ravor
ed with n visit rrom Rov. Guy C.
Lnnison, Missionary and HIblo Sec
retary or tho Amorlcnn Hnptlst
Publication Society, undor whoso
iiirnniinn thn nliminl cnlnortniro
crulsor Liro-LIno Is managed. Mr.
Lainson comes from Pltuniioipnia to
tho Coast to visit a row of tho
.,nut nniniH Run r"rniii'Iaco. Port
land, Spoknno, Soattlo, Tacomn nnd
Coos nay.
Cliango Ferry. Mr. Wild and oth
er EastBfdo rosldonts nro rirculnttnj
a petition to tho county court asking
for ferry servlco every half hour bo
tweon Eastslde and Mnrshileld rrom
early morning until 11 o'clock nl
night. Tho petition Is being liberally
Blgned and will probnblv be nresen'l
to tro county commissioners mis
week. Hotter Terry service would bo
bonoriclnl to both Enstsldo and
MnrHllfl(lrl mill when tllO rorrV 1
changed to tho now location thoro
will bo much more trarrio betweon
tho two points as Enstsldo .afrords
a very doslrablo resldonco district;
CiaSS DANCING PARTY I
Portland stonmor, returned homo
on the afternoon train.
orn. 373 south
Phono 295-L.
HUGO L1LIENTHAL, who enmo
down rrom Catching Inlot this
morning, visited Nortli Hond nnd
returned homo this nftornoon.
MISS MARIE SEAMAN, who has
been Hpomllng tho liolldnys lu
Marshfield nt hor homo, will roturu
to Herkoloy nt tho olid or tho week.
JUDGE JOHN HALL was among tho
pnsBongorS Ibavlng ror Coqulllo
this morning. Ho will preside nt
tho presont term or tho county
court.
FOR RENT liiirgo hoiiso on South
11th Btroot. Phono ilO-L., or te
A. D Campbell. f
FOR SALE
I
FOR HAIjE New Oliver No. !l tyi-
wrltor, chonp. Union Clgnr Storo.
-
FOR SALIC Handsomely Illustrated
story or tho Panama Canal ror tea
cents. Address enro Tlniea offleo.
MISS FRANCES MARTIN, who has
been visiting hor slBtor, MIbs Mar
Inn M. Martin, of Marshllold, dur
ing tho pnBt weok, loft on tho
morning trnln for hor homo lu Co
qulllo. LESLIE ISAACSON will roturu to
Horkoloy, Cnl., at tho end or tho
weok to roBiinio hla studies nrtor
spondlng tho Chrlstmns nnd Now
Year Jiolldnys In Mnrshflold.
ROY WERNICK, who hns been spend
ing tho Inst bIx weeks touring In
Calirornln, returned to Mnrshllolil
yesterday by railroad and Btngo
nnd loft ror North Hond this morn
ing. .
ROGER GOSS returned on tho Ro
dondo to Snn FrnnclBco nnd will ro
Bumo his studies at tho University
or Cnliromln nt Horkoloy. Ho
spout tho Chrlstmns holidays with
his rnthor, Judgo John D. Gobs or
this city.
FOR SALE Good bicycle frame.
Inquire 1001 Comomrclal avo.
Tho beginners' class nt Murphy's
Dancing Acndomy, and Invltod
friends, will enjov n soclil danoIiiK
party following tho regular school
lesson on Thursday evening of tills
weok. Dancing will commonco nt
9 o'clock, with music by tho new
.Unnliii, nrailnmv nrcllOHtrn. SllCC-
itatois will not bo nllowod, except
by nrrangomont with tho Instructor
or with niembors of tho olnps.
Classes thU weok. both Tuesdny
'and Thursday rrom 7:80 to 9 p. m.
DR. F. J. SCHLIEMAN. or Curry
county, passed through horo Satur
day on routo to Portland on busl
iichs nnd pleasure. Ho roports it
has beon vory rough off tho Curry
roast and that tho Randolph and
Rustler have beon barbound thero
for a wook or moro.
FOR SALE Four llottoreiip Cock
erels, 2.C0 up. 'Finest on liny.
Not related to nny stock on Coos
Hay. L. C. Oxuewid, box 371.
North Hond.
FOR SALE Tfiiin, weight 11:1011;
first class ovory way; 0 and U
yrs. old. ono 3-lu, Daln wagon la
good shapo; 1 spring wagon with
top, nearly now; I heavy doublo
hnruess, coat $r,2.G0; double trees,
chains; 3 shoyols, 1 old doublo
harness; 2 horso blankets, cost
10. All for ?37G. Hox 24C,
Mnrslifleld.
LOST
LOST Hall rack, l ft. long ami
2 1-2 rt, wide. Sultablo reward
ror roturn to Going & Harvoy.
H you havo anything to soil, ront.
trade, or want holp, try ji Want Ad
In Tho Tlmos.
I NORTH HEND NEWS. I !
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Mr. nrwl Mra T.. D. Smith, of Dnil- ,
lols Creek, visited rrlends nnd roln-
tlvos horo today,
Tho W. C. T. U. will moot at tho
Methodist church on Tuosdny after
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith of HeH-
Ingliam II-v left for a visit with rola-
tivos on Coos Rlvor.
Mrs. Georgo Prntt and llttlo daugh-
tor, Cocll, oxpect to lonvo on tho Ro-
dondo for sovoral months' visit with
Mrs. Prntt'H parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. Hroadrlck, of Horkelev, Calif.
Tho Prosbytorlan Lndlos' Aid will
havo a social mooting at tho church
Thuraady afternoon.
GET ACQUAINTED WITH
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22EEI2SZEE:
TOILET PREPARATIONS
Dofend your comploxlon ngalnat
tho blto of winter wind, cold nnd
sleet. Penslar HuttormHk Corato
a compound or buttermilk nnd
cerntes Is Nnturo's groat ally In
hooping your skin clour, beauti
ful nnd healthful.
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