The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957, June 20, 1914, EVENING EDITION, Image 5

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lAni sustained ns
V tod about $ . JO thcro for tlio
highways.
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TIDKS FOR JUNK.
Below is glvou the time and
holRht of high nnd low water at
Mnrsnfleld.
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Implement ot br- i-h higli
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'IV Wwl Anln. U. 11. Fulton, of
Fort Richmond, California, who Is
registered at tho Blanco Hotel, says
that he is here to marry Mrs. Knilly
Mcl'nrlnnd of North Inlet. Mrs.
McFnrlnnd has been wed three times.
One husband Is dead nnd the other
two have been divorced It Is understood.
ORKPE TOSCA in Light I31ue, Nile Green, A n
vender nnd Tan. Vns 68c Now 40C
FRENCH 011EPE I3PONOE in Tan, Whiter
and Piuk. Was $1.00. Now 3C
UATELASSE PATJNE, extra special; f
Vns $1.95. Out to '. . . V DC
of occurrence, with tholr times on
tho first line and heights on tho
socond line of each day; a compar
ison of consocutive holcuts will in
dicate whether it Is high or low
water. For high water on tho bar
subtract two hours 34 minutes.
BROCADED WOOLEN DRESS GOODS. 7
Extra special. Was $1.15. Now (oC
Big Range of Colors
The Golden Ru e
FIihIh Fin Today Miss OHvo Itlch.
mt .1 1 i i i .i -1.. nri'8 ot Sumner telephoned the Times
The tides arc paced In the order ff,ce nml tk)gcrlb, (,er Itebokah
pin which she lost Wednesday nt
Knstslde. Mrs. Hobert Kittson of
Eastslde found tho pin and brought
It to the Times office, where Miss
Richards will secure It. One Inser
tion of the ad found the owner, prov
ing that Times want nds bring results.
VI In Vnncoiivcr. Otro lljor
qulst nnd bride returned this week
from Vancouver, Wnsh., where they
wero married June 13 by tho Itev.
Mr. 13ck. Mrs. DJorquUt was former
ly Miss lCinina iStrnng, youngest
daughter of Mrs. Kronqulst. She
wns n well known and popular young
woninn. The groom Is a well known
contractor. Thoy will resldu In
Mnrshflcld.
20 Ilrs. . C.30 1.17 COO 0.0
(Ft. . . 0.1 4.2 2.C 0.0
2l!llrs . 0.27 7.24 2.04 C.58
Ft . . CO 0.1 4.4 2.8
22IHrs. . 1.00 8.05. 2.48 7.41
Ft. . . CI 0.4 4.5 2.8
23 lira. . 1.4G 8.43 3.29 S.23
(Ft.. . C2 0.5 4.C 2.8
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IRVING
BLOCK
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Is Your Wardrobe Complete
without a full dress Suit or Tuxedo? Don No. 1
Full dress shirts, ties, buttons, studs, handkerchiefs,
dress scarfs, white kid gloves, white vests.
A complete stock at .. . - M
The Parisian
See Window before June 24
I WHATIIKR FORECAST
IDr Aaiodat4 Pirn U Coo IUT Tint.
OREGON Unsettled; prob
i ably showers; southwesterly
winds.
LOCAL TKMPHHATUHK
UKCOltl)
For the 24 hours outline at
4:43 n. m., Juno 20, by UenJ.
Ostllnd, special government me
teorologist: Maximum G4
Minimum 49
At 4:43 n. ni 50
Precipitation 00
Precipitation since Sept. 1,
I 1013 C5.G7
I Proclpttntlou same period
I lnat year CI. 12
Wind: northwest, clear.
(live IMogi-iiin. Tho Children's
Uny program of tho Mnrshflcld Chris
tian church which waB postponed Inst
Sundny on account of so much Illness
will bo given tomorrow night nt tho
church.
Fldr4 Lost Article. Miss Mnrlnn
Seaman finds Times want iids lnvnl
unblo In securing lost urtlclcs. Yes
torday hIio Inserted nu nd for an auto
bonnet lost while motoring nnd today
Wm. Asplund of Forndnle brought
the bonnet to tho Times office, where
MIrs Seaman will secure It.
OUR CHALLENGE We Carry the
Largest Up-to-date
Stock of
, . ., .nr-J.,.-T
iftUmrtKU.
To evsrybody. HrlnK samples of uny
kind of wall nnd celling decoration to our
tore. Wu can wither maicli, equal or
excel them.
LET US PROVE IT.
Wall Paper
to he found on "oos
i Jay. This is a largo
statement hut we have
i lie goods to hack it.
Jon't do anything in pa
pering, decorating or
painting until .yoit seo
us.
ESTIMATES FREE
Tnlc Kxnntt. Messrs. Hill nnd
Murphy of Hrldgo cnem In Inst eve
ning nnd today took tho postmnstor
examination hore. Mr. Mtirpiiy is n
Democrat nnd Mr. Hill n Ilopublicnn
hut under tho now civil sorvlco sys
tem nor so much heed Is pnld to tho
politics of postmnstors in the small
er offlcos like Hrldge. Mr. Murphy
huvh thn everything Is prosperous
I AMONG THE SICK
KuEeno Crosthwnlto la reported
quite HI of measles,
The llttlo dniiKhtcr of Mr. nnd ,
Mrs. J. W. Hlldenbrnnd is reported
111 of measles.
Wm. Kreltzor is ill nnd Is believed
to he coming down with inenBlcs,
Tho little son of Cupt. nnd Mrs.
11. W. Olson, who wns qultu sick,
Is reported rapidly improving.
IPEQPhE 'YOU
PMovre
ABOUT
CUIUS NKLSON Is n visitor In tho
city todny.
C. 1). PI PHll, of Coos Hlver, camo In
on business today.
We Want
to Show the
People Who
are in the
Market for
PAINT
that there is a vast differ
ence (In Quality.) It
goes farther, works bet
ter, lasts longer and is
better for the same price
that is asked by other
dealers. We claim that
it will cover 25 per cent
more surface than any
paint on the market. Let
us show you why.
Every householder" In"" Uils city
ohoutd be well Informed on paint
questions WHY? Hccauje ihcra
is hardly ne article In your housa
that Is not finished with a palm,
latnlsh, enamel or stain.
The kind of paint
Pico condition of the suttaca
The weather conditions
The cost rer years of wear
ore Important features to know before
the time comes to do the work. Get
our booklets and pamphlets and
"lead up" on these subjects.
You will agree with us that
"High Standard" Paint Products
ore the best for etcry need after a
trial you will use no other. "High
StamlarJ" Paint Products are madi
to "GIVE BEST RESULTS."
N
11sl"T t 1 ttU i f J
'iGET PAINT WISE"
LOWE BROS.' High Standard
Paints and Varnishes
Schroeder & Hildenbrand
Hardware and Plumbing
m
gsmffl
TW
MALUk &
s 1
MISS DONNELLY
Scab Tracing and
Facial Massage
IMH Kir J Ave. Plume II O-l
MY OWN FORMULA
HAIR TONIC
PRICE $1.00
In l'(,i riule Only nt tin
OWL PRESCRIPTION
PHARMACY
THANK I). COHAN
The (VnliJil Ave. I)ni Store
W. U. PI PKIt. of Coos Hlvor. Is n
visitor In the city.
O. A. OOUM), of AlloKiiny, enmo In
on the Alert this moriiintr.
QKOUOK AND HAHHY PHKSTOS of
C'ninp 8 nru Mnrshfield visitors.
XOH.MAX IHM.CAUTH. of this city.
left on tliu mornltiK train for Co
qullle.
MISS KMMA IIOTSKOIU). of tills cltV.
went to Couledo today to visit" rol- i
nttvos.
I I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I
Toil SAUv Household fuililture,
six moutliH' use. Mrs, ,1ns. Schmed
dint;. 9UC South 4th Street.
bnrn, lot 100x200, fruit trees,
berry vines nnd chickens. Phono
.102-X or hoII Mrs. A. CnvnnniiRli,
Hnstsldo.
OK HKNT-214-J.
-Prlvnto 1,'iinine. Phono
LOST Tliurvriny, June I, black lynv
fur collar and stole. Ilohirn to
Mrs. McDonald at Tho Chandler.
I'Olt SAliK Oil HXCIIANdl-Well
Improved fruit ranch for Coos Hay
property. I. S. Kaufman & Co.
VIERS
Phone 29G-R
:i7li North Front street.
Grand Theater
TONIGHT
SIDNKV DltKW
Tho VllnKiiiph Ciiinwlliin, In "Never
Apilii." A Hplemlltl two-iivl
ilb'ticklef.
ni:.HST.si:iii Xkws imctohiaij
Tlio mnlil heftire yon In motion-
WHO WIWj'MAUV MAItV?
Third Instnllinent
ICntltlcd "A PnipoHiil from the r-iill)-
ttir." Mary Fuller feiitui-ecl.
imlny with the family. HELP WANTED I
I; V,ln,,,I,!fVnn!in,?vfnrl,A.Vri:i-INItlo.. by ...1- Meno
yrtlo Point o spend 8unda nt n . Krmllul, of 10 ,.ytocli.
o J. K. SchlllliiK homo. nu llHnMH colloKe, ABhlnnd, Or-
Ansco Cameras
.xi i:vi:iivTiiiso i-oii thiol muotlvo axi. iikvbioi-ixo.
Till: KIM. THAT vol' WILL- RViaTl'AU.V INSIST I'I'O.V
Coos Bay Stationery Co,
M C HXTIIAI AVKNL'I
PI10NI2 l.'W
ANOV, Till: IIVPNOTIST.
Fifth of the Andy Comic Serle-
lleM Plitiiro Pi-OKi-nm In lown
Chllilien. Be
ilnltcIBr.
158-R
PHONE
1 0 Ceivt
Messenger Service
MARSHFIEl D CYCLERY
caui. cmnki:xhi:aui) of South
Coos Hlver wns Mnrshflcld visitor
todny.
THU13 SAI.1XO, of AlleKany, camo In
on tho Alert this ninrnliiK on busl
ness inntters.
COHOXKH FUBI) WILSON Is expoct
el homo rrom Salem nnd Port
laud Monday.
KAY AND PHILIP liAXWMTH. of
AlloKiiny, came In on tho Alert this
mornliiB on buslnosM.
KUOKXI2 O'CONNKI.Ij returned tl Is t
nftornoon In Tho Maze to spenu
Sunday with tho family.
MHS.
Myi
the
3. F. WVATTnml wlfo, of Loon Ln1o
enme In on the Alert this mornluK
to'vUlt frlonds In Mnrshflold.
Mns. oonnox smith on-i iiiiio
sen will lenvo toiiny tor uiiruinur,
wltoro sho will visit her mothor.
MORTON COKK. son of Juduo and
Mrs. J. S. Coho, Is reciiperntlni;
after a govern sIoko of tho moaHles.
MHS. II. K. MAXOX, of Lnlteldo,
left on tho mornliiB train ror .Myr
tle Point to visit nor mother, Mrs.
Dhu Peterson.
CHAKLKS .1. WHKKLKIt. of this rlly,
loft on Iho mornliiK train for Co
qulllo, where bo has biiHlnosfi mat
tors to nttoud to.
AIICHIK KHU8K Is hero from Pro"-
,ar I ml a v nil liuslllOIM. Il U platl-
lilng to KOt out some white cedar
railroad ties thoro.
CHAULKS MAHAFFY and dniiKhter.
of Allownny, nro In tho city today.
Mr. Mahaffy Is looking after mat
tors pertalnliiK to business,
O P. JUntNS. an export inerhnnlc,
formerly of Portland. Is n new nr
rlvnl In the city and Is Identified
with the Kooutz Auto OarnKu
FOH S.l.l-7-Kltclieii cnliliii't In kooiI
condition, cheap. SO" South Fourth.
1'XHt HUNT Twiwrooni fiimlslird
njinrtment. Inquire Nasburc Gro
cery, FOH HUNT Slvroom hotitc on
South Ninth street, 20 per mo.
Phono 171 or call 13C North
Droadway.
1'OH HI'.NT l-roum fiirnlihol
I npnrtmcnt In tho Hlnck house.
1 Phono 108-K.
FOH THADIi Ten imt.-h ulfnlfn In1
Columhln Valley, WiiHhlnKton, to
trnde for .M.irshflehl proporly. ,
Address I). It., Times. i
I'Olt HAMv l'lirnltiiie for flc loom
house. Inquire C. K. HuriiH, North i
lie ml, or phono -'fill. I
WANTHH Clillilrrii to coiuli Hiirlnc
summer; will take1 nuy Krndi.
tcrniH reasonable. Cnll nt i:i0S
corner 13th nnd Central, or Ph.'
.'US.'L. I
4
FOH HUNT Sewifroont limine, l75
Sevonth street South. Ph. 281-lt.
PKHIONS my ihdlniH ttliera clilrUen"
pay cents; Hiunll cnpltal neodod;
Hiuall Hiuiro reijulrod; alwnyn pen
ned up; rondy mnrUots; send for
May Ishiio of our Journal: fully ox
plnlned thoro; price ten cents. Ho
llablo Squab Joiirnnl, Vorsnllles,
Mo.
Ill, VI
or ntliIroB Miss
North Hem!.
Mnzlo Harris,
FOR RENT
FOH HHT.
loom linu'.o
.4
uml
FIRST CLASS CONCRETE)
WORK
Cement Vnlkn. WnlH, Stepn, I
itiikKinriitN. Kte. Seo or iiiIiIivn I
M. B. GIDLEY
7UI) So. 1'onrtli St., Mnihflell,
Oregon. Phono itl)l)J.
KKCONI) (JltANH MIH.SU.MMF.K
HN('H nl tho Flnulhli Hull, Ivmi
by Inline I.INNF.A No. 2. Onler
of Viimii, H.VITHDAV, .limo SO. Oen
tleitieii. St.tMH hull'' W' Keyher'M
orrliextni.
.1. LIU: HHOW.V, Ph. L
HOHT. W. HWANTO.V, I'll. ('.
DERMOL
Close in City Lots level
and attractive or with
sunny slope. A few
with Bay view, any fac
ing desired in sheltered
nooks if you so prefer.
Sold on easy terms.
Good clear title. Ab
stract with deed. Street
improvements now be
ing made. New homes
HAM PARK
OFFERS THE BEST BUYS
ON COOS BAY
OWNERS 1 r-A ICW Qf
t JvF JL A vfli. !&
FEW SNArTY uuia
16x90 lot SU0
50x90 lot S210
53x113 lot ----$360
46x90 lot S165
50x145 lot ....$310
Easy Terms.
New five-room house
ith 46x90 lot, $950.
on easy terms.
Other Attractive Buys
"SEE REID ABOUT IT"
SWANTON'S SCIENTIFIC POISON OAIC 11KMBDY TIIK
OHKATK8T HOON for sufferorK known to tlie scientific world.
Itollovoi ItchliiK nnd burnliiB, reduces Inflammatory HwaJllni?s. duu
to poison onk, ooth-s, tools, heals ull nfforted parts. .
Swanton's Famous
POISON OAIC HKMKDY HAS 1MCHN ON TUB MAHKHT FOH tho
Inst four ywrs; tho result procured havu oxceo.le.1 oxpaoUtlon; 09
cases hnvo been cured out of ovary 100. Nuvr bud n patent rm
edy beforo nccompllshed ns iuiii-li for the cur. and prevention of
poison oak.
Poison Oak Remedy
9 IS ALWAYS NKKDKI) IN TIIK HI-KINO TIMli. AS POISON OAIC
is more rife during tlie-e inonili. tl. .i. ny otr time. ..
ft bottle of DKItMOL before K"liu -hihiik or plruh parties.
(INK AIM'LK'ATION In.iiitUmtely l fon- or after your day's fun
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