The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957, March 16, 1914, EVENING EDITION, Image 3

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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1914--EVENING EDITION.
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I0RENGE
Suddenly Suc-
inancial -iviai-
Brcakdown
fnn1l 1 fi.- O.
of Florence, and n
" .. fnr ho early
o Sluslaw tlinn nny
I, died m riuiu..
Liipailnl'.
I. .mi. who Ib nt-
I ar f nrniion.
Monday by word of
i father, ui iu
teforo death canio
a concrni uiunnuit
....t,. i.v financial
ig tlio post few
i a wiuow nv ""
. .,! Mnrennrlto.
i to Florence Uirtj
l. ihrni iii'i'iiiitra iiu
Ini; character there
HO residence. "
L..i.in in l.niu
It a sawmill with o
000 feet daily; nc
ll tho Ihird salmon
.i via alilim hnvi
etween tlio Sluslnv,
Thn till' llOHCOC
J ion!) nnit Im ha?
write, a passcngoi
i... iiit.
or years "t ",r
iA, S. mini, uciwcuii
l...llnn 'T'lm boat
Mini tvoi --
Ei. f. TMnrrtnnn llP
Iciicral inercliaiullse
burned inreo yean
Lin Mm owner nf n
at city. Ho owned
nbcr.
bTATi: TIIOl'llLK
roi-ftiilv filed In
irt h some of the
tho estato of EIUp
ifml. nrnvllli! that
aoved as admlnlstra
te. Mr. Dunn was
befor' tlio court to
f the petition should
: Anrll IT, IB tho
Hbo hearing. Gold
All. ItOUTKS
Ictory bid wont Into
10.. for a in nil route
Ity All are ro-nil-
lljdcr on tbeso routed
line. ralso their bids,
lllrao to do bUBlnoss
After you sign up
till bo Undo Sam
with you for tli
-Gold Hunch Ulouo.
CUIUIY COfNTY
Irford Trlbuno says
gottlng Ilvoly In
the candidates In
J. honey, It publl-
Representative: 0. II.
t. for Sheriff; W.
uDiican, (or Sliorlff.
filewn, for Com mis-
AT COQl'ILLK
! has 111 Rt rnmnlnln.'
fountain attnchinont
I by which cold wal
led to hot boxes ln-
f lie u applying for
I device Mr. Vnimc
llfoail mnn nn.l tlilo
Invention In tho lino
es. coqulllo Ben-
oi' engine
Oil Illf r2ntmlli.n
...11. .aiimiiiiii;
-On limit.! ll.wi.
!ll.. MnrMi 1 n Tim
oa the Pacific Coast
lth Diesel engines
edfrom tho Oakland
J. ITftnlnn
he Mario h. Hanlon,
" nq utted to nc-
i v!engors. S)0 If
XlVer. tiirnlr... nnr
ilaute. ""
Id CO fnc tlm ..!..
fl engines to visit tho
' the Slim .i,ii.
wa nf ;: :.,"."
n,ur A?,h,,i..,ru"''
.r"'- one attract.
"w from steamship
engine, whlcli
,n gasoline from
. 1 braiul nn... .
ml. " "" UOVOI'
Wag craft, and liav-
,er, while occu-
"X steam engines.
XlKIYf:
M lCAk' J. I,. r,r,
r . Phono 89.
.TpLkin(lY0Hhave
a'fer eomcany.
JIYKTIiK POINT l'CjINTintS
Xcuh f Upper Cdipilllo A'nlley ns
Told by Tlio lCntcr'lKO
Frank Ollvor Albro nnd Miss Mnry
Cnthrlno Drain wcro quietly married
Wednesday morning at ton o'clock
at tho residence of Dr. and Mrs.
Lesllo G. JohnBon, Itov. W. S. Wil
liams of tho First Presbyterian
Church pcrformlnB tho ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Albro will make Myr
tlo Point their futuro home.
Mrs. 1C, A. Loop and daughter,
Freda, wore Marshflold visitors the
fore part of the week.
Gcorgo Qoodrum, tho Marshfleld
automobllo ngent, was In town Mon
day on business with T. W. McCIos
key who hnndles tho Hoo's hero.
Miss Inn Hollo, of Mnrshflold, wns
an ovor-Sundny visitor with MIsbcs
Anonii nnd Dora Harrison.
CUItltV COUNTY NIJWS
SnSi.9? AV
t i..4 " '""r uuen-
Kfiffas
tot Th ,St 8an'
gnend and guar-
CohriPUOn Ph !
SaD- Opposite
Phone 74 rn
!6,,loc7aVa6e?cy:
1'orl Orford F.vontH ns Told liy Tlip
Ti'Ilniiic.
A, A. Jnmlcson has n four-hors?
tenm, that, whtlo thoy nro not un
usually largo, nro hard to bent when
It comes to moving a big load. A
load of logs Unit ho Is delivering
to tho mill wns weighed last Satur
day nnd tipped tlio scales nt 0230
pounds. That menus that earn horso
hns over n ton to drag over muddy
winter roads.
It Ib reported that Jack Howard,
tho commercial traveler, Is about to
closo it deal for tho purchnso of the
Gold Ilcach Globo.
Tho long over-duo ftnndolph ar
rived nt Port Orford nt noon yester
t'ny with n good supply of provis
ions and relieved tho small famine
thnt has licon existing at this ptacc
hlnco tho wharf wont down.
Jus. K. Nodlno was down from
Dnnmnrk Friday nnd mndo applica
tion to provo up on his homestead,
lie brought his dogs nlong and made
tin unnucccssful attempt to start a
vlld cat that had been killing some
of W. H. Uonnott'H sheep on tho
Neoly place. Mr. Nodlno claims to
hnvo the 1911 record for treeing
nnd killing wild cnts, hnvlng bagged
ten In tho Inst two months.
GUSH
W
I
nn
llUimOTl' Mll.li HOLD
Tho Ilurbott mill about three tullos
north of town, wns sold last week
to n company of local men consist
ing of A. F. nnd IC. G. Gnrdncr.
i; I in or Miller nnd Hcrt Tolinan, nil of
Hnrbor, Two of tho boys nro hero
now ropnlrlng tho tramway nnd mak
ing othor necessary arrangements
for starting up tho mill nt oner.
This enterprise will fill n long-felt
wnnt, ns well as bolng n lucrntlvo
business vonturo for tho boys.
Gold Honrli Cllobo.
Coos ay-Eugene Line Is In
Wrangle With Lane County
Authorities Now
EUQKNK, Or., Mnrch 1C Lano
county refused to accept $CC00 tax
money from tho Willamette Pacific
and must lltignto In ordor to get tho
nintiint claimed. Judgo Wllllnm M.
Colvlg, attorney for tho Southern
Pacific, ofored thlsBum In cash, rep
resenting tnxoa on sixty-five per cent
of the valuation for personal prop
erty nftcr a consultation with Dist
rict Attorney .1. A. Dovcrs, and S. W.
Tnylor, treasurer.
The railroad holds that tho state
railroad commission lias fixed slxty
flvo per cont of cash vnluo as the val
uation at which proporty In Lane
county Is assessed, and under this It
meaiiB that "ensh" vnluo which la re
quired by law mcann but sixty-five
por cont of renl vnluo. This Is a
very Important technical point nnd
will mean thousands of dollars loss
to every county In tho state If won
by tho rnltronda.
Tho taxes claimed by tho county
on this proporty amount to over $10,
000. Tho refusal of tho railroad
company to pay this sum, nnd tho re
fusal of tho county to accept the
$(!G00 moans thnt tho tnxes will ho
allowed to hecomo delinquent nnd
K.nt tho railroad must ttiko legnl
steps to provont collection.
KNOTS STAY TIKI)
On Tuesday Chas. M. Zlmmermnn
nnd Kdua A. Floyd wcro married at
tho M. 1). parsonngo by Rov. C. II.
Ilyran. Mr. Irrynn hns boon tying
theso mntrlmonal knots for twenty
flvo years and ho has not yet
hoard of one thnt has boon untied
In tho dlvorco court. Coqulllo Sentinel.
KI.KP ClllliDltKN OFF HTKKKT
Tho city offlcorfl wnnt tho young
peoplo of the city botweon fourtcon
and eighteen years of ngo to fully
understand thnt nftor April 1 tho
0 o'clock curfew ordlnauco will bo
rigidly enforced, nnd tlioso on the
streets nfUr that hour will got Into
troublo unless they hnvo a mighty
good reason to give. Coqulllo Son-
t'lioi.
J?r 5'""?.'
SMART RESULTS OBTAINED BY NOVEL
COLLARS, VESTS AND SASHES
It Is Interesting to note the effect of
A cleverly cut collar, an unusual little
vest or a graceful, well placed sash.
They go for to make the success of the
frorU.
The oash or girdle may be placed at
the natural waistline or it Is very high
or very low as the fancy Inclines.
There Is a new hip sash that Is ex
tremely youthful and becoming to most
figures.
in No. 80S4 several of these features
are brought In. The dress Is develop
ed In tt-te de negre ratine. There Is e
plaited vest of cream colored net and
a wide hip saBh of satin In a some
what lighter shade ot brown plaid. A
trimming band on the skirt Is ar
ranged to give tho effect of a tunic.
This costume may bo copied In size
36 with 4 yards of 42 Inch material
with 2 yards of 38 Inch satin for sash
and trimming.
An afternoon frock for the little
maid made up In dark red wool crepe
with underblouse or net Is Illustrated
In 7996. The skirt shows a bit of drap
ery on each side, which Is new and
pretty.
This little dress may be made for a
child of 8 with 2 yards of 36 Inch ma
terial and M yard of net for the
gulmpe.
No, 8084 sizes 34 to 42.
No. 7996 sizes 6 to 12.
Each pattern 15 cents.
To obtain either pattern Illustrated till No slze
out this coupon anil enclose 15 cents In
stamps or coin. De sure to state number Name
of pattern and size, measuring over the Address
fullest part of the bust Address Pattern
Department, care of this paper.
Stop Here for Bargains
in grnnitewnro, glassware, cliinawarc, alum
inum ware and notions. Our Millinery
Department is worth your inspection
Smith's Variety Store
NORTH BEND
An Advertised Store Is
Always Under "The
Spot-Light
Test"
ASTOItK that prospers "under tho full light"
ot newsapor publicity must bo a GOOD
STOKI3. Tho Btoro conducted on busi
ness principles aid n to those of foreign peddlers
could not Bitrvlvo "tho udvortlelng test" at nil. ,
Tho storo which ndhorcs to no fixed standard ot
sorvlco or of values would fall, through advertis
ing, fnr nioro quickly than othorwlso.
For advertising fixes public attention lipon n
Btoro upon Its sorvlco, upon Its policies, upon
Kb special price-cutting sales; and Hicbo must
"stand tho tost," or tho storo Itself will fail.
The merchant who avoids tho fullest publicity,
tho fullest annlysls of values, Is proporty uudor
HUflplclon.
COOS HAY TI.MKH
PIIONK lilit
KINDLY REMEMBER AND GIVE US A TRIAL
KYKUYTHINO IN TDK IIAKKIIY LINK
MARSHFIELD BAKING COMPANY
1SJI NOIITII SKCOND ST., NKAK CKNTItAfj AVKNUK. PHONK 128.
S. S. AR0LINE.
KQUIPPKI) WITH WIltlHiKSS
FINK IWBSKNGKIt ACCOMMODATIONS. NKW STKIH, 110AT.
Sail from North Ilcnil, Friday, Marcli 20, for Snu .Fniuclsco.
. PASSKNGKItS AND FltKlfiHT
North Bend Lumber Company, Ants.
I Phono 1571. North IIoiul
ItKDUOTIONS IN VltKIGIIT ItATKS WITIIDItAWN
S. S. HARDY
SAILS FItOM SAN FKANCISCO FOU COOS DAY
KVKUY AIrKItNATK FHIDAY AT 4:00 I M.
Sun FrnnclNco office, Harrison St. Dock, Pier 1(1,
West Const 8. S. Line. 13. J. LINDKN, Agt.. Phono Doug. 2070.
Inter-Ocean Transportation Co.
Semi-weekly service Coos Bay and San Francisco.
S. S. Redondo
Equipped with wireless and submarine bell.
Passengers and freight.
Sails Sunday, March 15, nt 12 o'clock noon, for Shu Francisco, San
Pedro nnd Kim Diego,
S. S. NANN SMITH
Equipped with wireless and submarine bell.
Passengers and freight.
Will sail from Coos Bay for San Francisco Saturday,
March 14, at 11 p. m., from Smith mill dock.
San Francisco office, Greenwich street pier No. 23.
and 600 Fife bldg.
Coos Bay agent, C. F. McGeorge, Phone 44.
EQUIPPED WITH WinELESS.
Steamship Breakwater
ALWAYS ON TIME.
Sails from Mnrshflold March 14th, 11 a. m.; March 21st, 7:00 a. m.
March 28th, 11:30 a. m.: April 4th, 1 p. m.; April lltb, 10 a. in.;
April 18th, 1 p. m.; April 25th, 10 a. m.; April 30th, 1 p. in.
Sails from Portland March 18th, 2Gth, 8 a. m.; April 1st, 8th, 15th,
22nd, 28th, 8 a. m.
Tickets on sale to all Eastern points and information as to routa
and rot en cheerfully furnished.
Phone 427-L. II. J. MOIHt, Agent
S. S. ALLIANCE
EQUIPPED WITH AVIHELESS
SAILS FOU rOKTLAND FItOM MAHSHFIKLD
8ATUKDAY, MAItCII 11, AT 13 NOON
ROUND TIUP, $18.50.
Connection with tho Xorth Hank I toad nt Portland.
North Pacific Steamship Company
Phone 4 1. O. F. MTJEOKGE, Agent. J
Do You See ns Well With One Eyo
As Tho OtlierV
Should yoit have headaches or
want to Improve your eyesleht, try
my special crouud combination
glnr,Bfs. Young or old, with thjs
SPKCIAIj GLASS can read fino
print, do closo work or ace at a dis
tance. All glasses fitted by me nro
warranted to give satisfaction
DIt. W. H. ItlOIIAltDSOK,
Onlonictlilst.
Office 187 N. Broadway. Marshfleld,
Pictures & Framing
Walker Studio
i-aee
Chimneys Flro IMnccs.
J. N. Bayliss
Any kind of brick wrk nt prices
that nro right.
AND ALL WOItlC UUAKANT.HKD
Call nt "The Flresldo," Jakusoa
Illdg., 1.17 Second st. riiona 4 34-J.
French Hnngcs. our wnrsu
Low Rates for
Handling Trunks
Wo haul trunits botwee 'any
pplnts In Mnrshflold for the fallow
ing rates, dollvory to he nado Ib
tho first stories ot buildings
Ono trunk f 3A
rhrco trunks BO
rwolvo trunks 1.00
Star Transfer and Storage C.
Levi llclsuer, Pri.
Phonos, lao-j. 40-L: si. rt.
DRY FIR AND
ALDER WOOD
AT
CAMPBELL'S W00DYARD
North Front Street,
Phono 1H0-J.
PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
M
ILDHKD IIOGKKS NELSON.
Teacher of Plnu
Pupil of Hugo Mntisfeldt t Ban
Francisco, Cnl. Flv years' i
touching oporluc In San
Franclsra
lies. 994 South Tenth St.
Phono 4 10-J.
WT. TOMPKINB, D. S. T.
(Wvltmor Metkwds.)
Every kuowu disease treated
without drugs or surgery. !,. 2,"
130 North Drondwny. '
Phono 210-Ij. Mnrshflold, Or.
GEO. C. MURPHY,
Export Plane, Playor nad Orcaa
Tuning. Rogulntlne nad Repair
In?. Res. 842 So. Broadway.
Orders may bo loft at the TTHoy
B. Allen Music Store, Ceitr&l
f avenue.
TOKIj OSTLIND.
) Plniio Tuner nnd Repairer
115 8. Sixth street. .Phone lOlMJ.
IjOiivo orders nt W. It. Unities Muslo
Company,
J
M. WRIGHT: Phon JllS-R,
HU1LD1NG CONTRAOTOR
ICstlmntcs furnished eu re4Hs.
CO. GOSNKY,
Contractor and llulldw.""
Bstlmatcs, drawtne aud speclflca
tlons furnished en request,
A satisfied customer Is better ref-
oronco than n hank. Look nuy
ono of my 1C up asd eat If
I am reliable.
Phono 3151. Marshfleld, Or.
DR. II. M. SHAW
Eyo, Ear, Noso nnd Throat.
DR. MATTIE U. SHAW
Diseases ot women and cblldrea.
Olllco phone 330, Rooms 209, 261,
202, Irvlag Block.
IIouso phono, 105-J.
R. A. J. HENDRY
DENTIST
Marehflold, Oregon.
Rooms 204-205, Coke Uulldlng.
Ilesldenco phono 252-X,
Odlco phone 112-J.
MRS. FARRINGER,
Teacher of Piano.
Residence Studio, No. 1091,
Corner Commercial and EJsventh 8U.
Phone 880-J, .
BENJAMIN OSTLIND, J
Consulting Eagtaeer and
Architect.
Offices, SOU Irving Block.
Phono 10:i-L or 207-J.
Marshfleld, Oregon.
pERX, RILEY UALLINaER
PltLnlst and Teacher
Residence-Studio, 237 86. Broadway
Phone 18-L,
WO. CHANDLRR,.
ARCHITECT.
Kooms SOI and 80S, Coke BaJldtaf
Marsuiieni, uregov.
WM. S. TURI'EK,
ARCHITECT
Marshfleld. Orncon.
If you have anything to sell, rent,
trade, or want help, try a Want A4
la Tie TIism.
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