The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957, August 21, 1914, EVENING EDITION, Page SIX, Image 6

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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1914. EVENING EDITION. -
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accidenis in
COOS COUNTY
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Only Ten Reported to State
Labor Commissioner
Last Week.
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Aur. 2. Seventy
WITH THE TEA
AND THE TOAST
KNOCK KNOCKING.
Yes, there are times you ousht to
knock.
You oupht to knock with glee.
Occasions when
Your fellow men
With knocking will agree.
When someone gets his hammer out
To knock hi? brother man.
Get busy too;
It's up to you
Knock knocking all you can
ithe r
(STREETS?
f'liie' 'ar!fr thinks ho Is a much
uoubled man Just now he Is vexed
b a demand that he join a union
the cooks and waiters. Inmates of
the clt Jail hae complained to the
Labor Council that their meals are J
not served in an othodox manner.
;.w....... v. . ... -. w-tr.i..--. - I not servea in an oinoaox manner.
one accident, one fatal, were re- .--. ,1aa k.in , v-norV that they dont like non-union ser
ened to Labor Coram wloner Hof h" ' ?.?!?l,f .feMe e at table, and as the Chief is the
darin? the week. The fatal aceldeat, T.5l"' ?!" J?"e .head waiter of the establishment.
When someone tries
To crltlclie
Yott"re free to do the e.
occurred at North Bend .where J. T.
Johnson met death while ensaced la
Unffltt OiltAal V tfeMtfAal tl4&
most hatardous. tweaty-oie pr.s' When someone mentioastWi or that
jsut-Ulnlnr njurise la that employ, to hurt his fellow a.
raent. Tie followjnc t the list of, uWJFSS? '
injuries reported from Coos couaty:i .. " is"..I?vil in v rH
II. Swartz. Marshfleld. askle Kaocl: KocMg All o Can.
'Pll!GlibSfh.l4ahflW. hack to-WjS.ltE9 htad
Jured. lumber yard. . A l" ' u.
D. B. Otis. M&rtbfleld. bak Jpraln-i iv?' !l? 1
lit Job,,ion- NortB B,H, ftla,, SWll find. In traveling through life.
"cobble. M.rtbfleld. let art foot' i VW "'""
injured, logging. !n v.J;r P'0'
A. Melton. North Bend, body bruii-i " " ...
ed. plaalnz mi:: ate other people's time
Tony J. lianas. North Bend, thumb; rou are uj jvur vn.
lost, box ft'tor
Alton Ross Marhf!d side bruit
I carrying the trays from the restaur
; ant to the boarders at his hotel. It
places him In the light of discriminat
ing aealnst the white apron trust,
and an honorary card may be issued
to him so that the sensibilities of
certain occasional Inmates of his place
will not be aroused. i
Inter-Ocean Transportation Co.
Semi-weekly service Coos Bay and San Francisco.
S. S. Redondo
SAILS 1K0.M SAN FRANCISCO KOI I COOS IIAV
MONDAY, AIGIKT l!l, AT il P. I.
Equipped wltL wireless and subnmrirui IjcU.
Passengers and freight.
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A friend in need seldom hesitate;
ed. lorricr
K. L Wh.-
bruised ! .r:.'-r
MarshMeld.
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to tel: you sx
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COMMENT OK
GODLEY 111
Noted Case Is Cause of Much
Speculation in Many
Quarters.
The Cooler . which if the
priacM one to be trferf at the ptm ;
eat ura of U Curry County court.
is erratic r nvb fotonient and pros-'
m to b hardly fourht on both
v, ht; . vv-.T.. m av v
About all the polish some
Oooi Bay men acquire I; the
dime worth they obtain from
'.- ho-hlnlns stand in a
'. irlr shop.
?orce men try to reach ta top,
sal ethers prefer company.
The racft changeable thin: on
earth a a woman. The next it an
other woman
o ;
GOOH KVKNING.
Busy yourtIf In serrice and
you can't help but find your
self And finding yourself is
happinea. S:ctd.
When the Breakwater came In last
veek. Mrs. Guy Kendall was a ias-'
senrer. after ha vine spent two '
, months'in Washington, durlne which
iime mt. uuy was consumea oy
loneliness and ennui. His nervous
excitement was at a hirh tension 'he
day the boat was to arrive, which
was noticed by his friends. On that
morn int. several hours before fie
vessel crossed the bar. some one tail
ed Guv by phone at his office from
the adjoining office, and said: "This
Is the Breakwater agent at North
Bend. Your wife Is here with her
iuegase and wants you to come after
her." Not waltinc to lane the re-'
celver back on the hook properly.
Guy bolted for Front street, and was
met by a double lne of fiendish
friends, who desired to know his
rush? where he was coins? whre
was the fire? etc. etc. He didn't
have time for a Gorst & King ar.
but commenced a Marathon to .v rth
Bend .giving promise of breaking all
the three-mile records. Ti;e crowd of
would-be jokers bad to run a mile
and a half to explain the witticism
and by that time they were so out of
breath they didn't have enough left
for a hearty laugh.
S. S. NANN SMITH
Equipped with wireless and submarine bell.
Passengers and freight.
SAILS KIIO.M SAN KKANCISCO KOIt COOS MAY
Wi:i)Ni:SIIAY, ACGl'ST J, AT !l P. .
San Franeisco office, Greenwich street pier No. 23
and 600 Fife building.
Coos Bay Agent, 0. F. McGeorge, Phone 44.
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r tfssssa
TwuS,,
I H. H. Harnn """--
i r.i'&fillLto
1'hono 340-j. Mak'8 C,Vt
W. T. TnmnH
wan
without dr5ff dfiSLT
i ! : "nn
J" ustiintJ
1'IANO Tl'NiMi iv
Lcavo orders itvn P&Jl
'P Comnanv "' R' HiC
I
EQUIPPED WITH WIHELKHH.
Steamship Breakwater
ALWAYS ON TIMK.
SAIIJ5 KIIO.M HAILItOAl) DO K. MAItSIIKIELD. IlKHING THE
MONTH OK AUGUST AT JUrilO P. M ON THE illtl), HTH, JJITH.
JWT1I, LMICI) anil 2HTII.
Tickets on rale to all EAdtcrn kIiiIk nml liifonimtlon n (o rout-
ami rates cheerfully furnNlint.
Plump :r,..I. c. . LANDEHS. Am-nt
4 1 r. o v... ;.
' M. Wright "
THE MAN WITH A SMILE.
Oh. for a man with a smiU
When matters are breakhir wrong.
xAfntr for th 4fM. ayt a U1 ben tbinat bare gone bad for a
Ve abl to bow that Caoiey it inno- J b:i
txm of the criae cbargd and he Ob. for a man with a soar'
Vw no fear of convink-n. I For a smile or a song in that kind
IMkh" A'VTDer Brfw of R-e- of a as
Uwt w :: profcablr fc calM Into Is rroater help than a foabtr fare.
ue eaw. anbwudi tua m am -i
lata.
A
mjt:
utmr that a iuk of rrut
prf dtopauk
Oh. for a man with a laush
. When mature art looking 2u.
When your rttlng tb dally piff.
Ob. for a xria or two! i
A Hntul-cniH' Mini.
I A lady selling beauty preparations
has been making a round of the
. tows lately. She called at a certain
home with her wares and sugcested
that the lady who responded to her
; knock was in need of facial creams
i as an aid to eood complexion, tut
' th lady replied: Why, I've alwavg
t thoucrt myself plenty becominz with
out such truck, so I reckon 1 II nm
begin at my time of life to defeat
Nature.' Seeins a sale slliilng
away, and maklnz one more effort
the agent suzzeted that the lmU's
husband might ht sadly In need of
t-eiuty treatments, to whlrli th zood
1 bouwife retponded: "No. 1 kik-ki
S. S. PARAISO
Equlppcil with Wlri'lexM.
Fine PnsxctiKcr AccoinuioilntloiiH.
New Steel Hunt.
S. S. PAHA.ISO WILL SAIL I-'OH SAN KKANCISCO KKIDAY.
AUGUST 21, AT I P. JL, WITH PASSENGEKS AND KKEIGHT.
YELLOWSTONE WILL SAIL KOK POKTI.AND, KKIDAY, AUG
UST Ul, AT .- P.' .M WITH KKEIGHT ONLY.
NORTH BENU MILL & LUMBER COMPANY, Agents
TOM .1A.ME.S. Aftcm,
Mnliflcli).
not. iou e. my husband Is a!re,ulv
the handsomest man In town and
nothing like your stuff would be a
r'iTwmer twmu-bm hd ratted At a U Ilk that. thn a laoch
ine 4tt that Jtepaa Doy1. a
or rrln
AHiltise rtiT. who armtd U the thing that will lt th tun-
tb)n in.
Ob. for a man with a boost
When matters are on a w"k
Ob. for a word unlooaod
Are C'Jey xa laa frmeiao h?t
raJ Bjcf.h aa kr a murder al
jtwd to ha bea crmmjtttd is
Crry "ovmtr twelve yoar ro. wa
::. igT tf the rvtle'E
Hi ooiror w wid that the
ui a dm :t any way 'oaoetJ
with ai office. Dorl. h utirf.
guciMftte tb etidence ta ih If a certain cur In a tlm Ilk that
xd artd Cooler independently of -n-s-
boon to hit good looks.
h?" asked she azent.
your handsome husband's
To which the lady replied:
"DAVE HOLDK.NV
Is that
What is
name?"
Jt It better to offend aoao Coos
th Gtn rt.or' offu. and all the lat
tZrCrl " :T, ' w(SL?.l",!f K than to obllit ihm
to thl nate. . ,. ., . .. ..
u.w w aiua uauaii; ling U1HI IH,
A zentleman who has been siiemi
ina some time looking over the cltv
To take the stlnr from a knock!! ,s 1""rd ,0 m ,B following
Tor a boon, or tlaap. or a frkndly fompwlnt the other day: - One ikpiI
pl iiv,"r "lirn H (HIII'llt'B
rouna mis town, laa an autonio
oil trip anl you get held up: wttiu
south t.nd you are liable to fall Into
To Portland
every Thursday
To Eureka
every Monday
Till: KAST AND COMKOKTAIILE
S S. Geo. W. Elder
NEWLY EQUIPPED
NOKTII PACIKIC STEAMSHIP CO.
C. K. McGEOKGE AGENT 11. PAINTEK
Phone -H, MnrshfloM Phono ILM. North Uenil
III'ILIUNO envrn.1101')
""""w oa hz t
C 0. Gosney.
CONTHACTOII i vi. ,Vl
' hlTBl at"' Alder st!. ; ,!jN
Dr. H. M. Sham
nM ftfi
,ov I'uooe, 105.J,
Mrs. Farringer
"wldcneo Studio, I'hot, ,,H
Benjamin Ostlind I
CONHULTINO i:NfiiM:,R,J
Offices, 200 Irlnf rv.
Phono 103. . . Vri'!J E
Wi .Uj
Mffihllt'1,0
W. G. Chandler
Rooms 301 and 302, Ccltli't
viu, uicig
Wm. S. Tumon
.n.v III l l.l. i
( Mnrshflcld, Orejot.
, Perl Riley Ballinner
1'IAXIST AXI) TWCIIU I
I Roflilcnco Studio, 217 No.TWl
1'Iiojiu 2CJ-L 1
IKKIWUIU; PKiteO-NMIX ' "" 8t,b,'" !$?
a mud hole In the Mill Solush nil.
and If you take a trip up North Front
itreet you will be blackmailed by
bad Mcle'y and black-balled by pood,
o hereafter I am zolnz to stick to
H. Iv kail ft ll. BB..U. ..I. ..A In
MarrMnz for we.hh li too much ' town." '
Kli.1 THE ADS.
itead the war news, but don't for- i
get the HTf news In The Times.
XV, nt Iii ih! (-- CotiHty, Ilk zolnf -o the homtt for honoy,
,.,...-. A wlMt &" fcomethlnf av-'
Pner Ballf and Frank Brown have ery time a fcjol blunders. '
returned here after a couple ofi -SS-
eks fcpent at Marabfteld. Baadoo Boat rexkers on the Ma of watrl-1
and other '0t ltls Tbr a4 aony derve their fate. ! LAUNCH KKEAK leaver every lnj
tfcc trip in Mr Brown's automobile; -a-::- "t 1 ::io p. nt. for SOUTH Cw Klvcr
and report a splendid outlast. j The charity that begins at home. Icks nt CENTRAL AVEVUK llp.
Charles and William Carter, of ,,B? ,ovr? :l " k,ns- .
Oakland. ho arrived hero a few " nn may be talked
daij pgo. hate left for Coo County ' ol,t' but ,h ? "bout
not HI Thtor tivnrt l mBtts ik Others
trip on foot and hop to reach Myr- A mt.? ' nown ' mother
tie Point Frida night n unl" " becomes bis wife' hits-
, .. .. , , , . ... ... band.
. i iru.iQ aaa tamiir. woo are of iimny, . m.rrii n.aH a- iu.
ARE YOU BOTHERED i
Willi CiuiinV If so, you nre depriv
ed of half the pleasure of life
pleasant walking and healthy exer
cise. A visit to Mr. Olhiu Kilinan. i
Scientific Clilropcilii.t, At !, O'-
nr.ullnv nw n wam. M... " vtwm a uiairirn man run live -mil-iuihc i Mini iimiM, rtpi ij, u".
auM.t . 1s! 0B ' ,hM 'btM--lf hi. lfc I'onnell llltK., will he the source of
atioui Vmi?T At .b?t ,fJ S?lu, ,n wfcK- ' ' ncrmanont rrmedy for aching feet
Strw::'rR,oU0bu'rVr.ydhVyrtfe jr;jt,ho.MnirI.:)ni:7m ,h-1 a,! . , , .
Mr. lluyflH'1. of Jarkkoutllle. ar- Umt to kwn him fr,., u,.in H II II I- I I ft M t- II U
rlul here iwHiitly en route for Ctutu around th lioum- ccry -enlng. I 1 11 V I I I fl l I H U
County liolnt... ttlicrc iili will Hiiemt Th utu.ih Au vtmnv !. ... . air..,. U. Ull II I II 11
two mniuhH. She Iiuh a daughti-r liv- hllv an old hn show up on th- bill
1"" "' """'l"n "of fare ai a Hiring hl ken.
This
Bank
.Mufti' ii point of ulvlnc In
nuis. wiiiiik every ilcpiis!.
tor to feci Hint he or Mio inny
iippi-mii'li Us offli'oi-y iri'tly
mill illsrtiNS lumtcis Itlilt
lntve to lo with their fiiuin
dpi nffiilrs.
AJuiiys uIIIIiik nnd dchlrous
of bCIVllIK J'OII.
We Invite Your Account
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF COOS BAY
SEND YOUR LAUNDRY
TO US BY PARCEL P0S1
WE I-TKXIKH A ll.0 Ml
WILL PAV Till.' I'OSTid
ON ITS ItCTl'ltX
COOS BAY STEAM
LAUNDRY
PHONE HT-.I. MAiisiinnji
; YOU AUTO CALL
FOR FOOTE'S
. Pi i nr immuI rnrx ullli rartful I
I Km diiy Kervice, phoae IIWl
Kiiiiiro iiumrti ruion.
For u'Kl't ncnlcc, Itione
IllRht care.
D. L FOOTL
T .wl.lj
"HENDERSON CORSETS'
niao principal uuin"v
"ONYX" and "CADET
HOSF
S. S.JENNINGS, No. Bd
KINDLY REriSrBlSR AND GIVE US A 1'RIAL
EVEKVTHINO IN THE IIAKEKV LINE
ArARSTrFIELD BAKING COMPANY
lHil NORTH SECONII ST., NEAR CENTRAL AVENUE. PHONE 128.
AllOO KYOUNG
Hl'.MAN nature is ho tjiinio cvcrywlii'ro,
at all times. Those of shrewd busi
ness instincts study human nature
and appeal to it systematically and infelli
gontly. Through The Times' 'classified ad
vertisiii"' very effective human-nature ap
peals may he made, to the material profit
of the advertiser, as well as to the satisfac
tion of those who respond to these ads.
Times want ads perforin this double service
of pleasing the advertiser and those who
pat roui.e advert isers.
Don't Stay Gray! Nobody Can
Tell When You Darken Gray
Faded Hair With Sage
Tea and Sulphur.
Grandmother kopt her hair beau
tifully dorkonod. glossy and abund
ant with a brew of Sao T.n and
Sulphur. Whonever her hair fell
out or took on that dull, faded or
stroaked appearance, this simple
mlxturo was applied with wonderful
effect. Ry asking at any drug storo
for "Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur Hair
Romody," you will get a largo bottle
of this old-time recipe, ready to use,
for about 50 cents. This simple mix
ture can bo depended upon to re
store natural color and b amy to
tho hair and Is splendid for dand
ruff, dry, Itchy scalp and falling
hair.
A well-known down-town druggist
says everybody uses Wyoth's Sago
and Sulphur, becauso It darkens so
naturally and evenly that nobody
can toll It has been applied It's so
easy to use, too. You simply dampen-a
spongo or soft brush and draw
it through your hair, taking one
strand nt a time. Ry morning the
gray hair disappears; after another
application or two, it Is restortd to
its natural color and looks glossy,
soft and abundant,
FLANAGAN & BENNETT BANK
OLDEST RANK IN COOS COUNT V.
Established 1880,
Capital, Surplus and Undivided
Profits, $115,000
Intercut PmH on Time DepoilU
Officers :
3. W. Rennett, President.
J. II. Flanagan, Vice-President.
K. P. Williams, Cashier.
Geo, F, Winchester, Asst. Cashier.
LET US MAKE
YOUR ABSTRACTS
Title & Trust Oo-.Ab,g
thoroughly depW''ttS
dlato service, prompt lit j
1? "1W7 cost
mini "
I. S. KAUFMAN AC
.
TYPEWRITERS All standard makes, sold on easy pay
ments, new and rebuilt. Fox, Underwood, Remington, Royal,
Oliver, L. C. Smith, and Smith Premier, for rent or exchange.
Cleaning, repairing or now platens, work guaranteed. Ribbons nnd
carbon paper delivered. Phono us your order. Phono 44. Alliance office.
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE AND SUPPLY CO.
Times Want Ads Bring Results
..-. v iiKACII .U'TO VSt
Leaves Chandler Hotri, Mjl
for tho Read "? "Yr.Tl I
7. A. .' ,,50e
Empire oc
Tnr Heal o
Smith SlOUgh i'.AS II
Dastendorf Hea" ..;
Mussel Reef J,w
Sunset Ray J'Iiut .,
8ii) A. M. I 1. ,KfaB W
Visit the achb) theOce,;
Auto. 7-passenger automo
Chandler Hotel three
noitBT msaJ&mS
CITY AUTO AND ljffi
a now taxlcab has M'
auto .errlce. Caraiw -g-
Will go anywhere at J H
Blanco Cigar Store. Day 9
Ulvht nhono 1S9-X. ,. I
TOM GOODAIA "
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