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About The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1915)
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but just one stand
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Woolen Mill Stores
TWO STORES '
MUlSllliELD NORTH REND
cent ti word
I, It coctn one cen
to toll our Btory eii'-b day lu
The 'limes want c'iIiuiiiih
The Noble Theater
l.ubin pii'seiilN EVELYN NESRIT THAW mill tier son, WIL
LIAM IM SHELL THAW In 11 wonilci-liil ilmnm In live pails.
THREADS OF DESTINY.
'IliU K 11 icnliiro tlint you will make 11 MuKo in seeing.
"THE FAST .MAIL'S DANGER." 'Mils is iiiiutliei' of the III
(nesting; stories of "Tho llii.mils of lleleii."
'IhU Is 11 pi-ogium Hint will please tlm most critical.
Allmlssl lower Hour, Hie; balcony, 10c; children, 5c.
line Weilnesil.iy night: Paramount night.
Mnis tins rineiiiost ilmraclei1 art or. Tlieiuloro
Chilis .Man," In I'lvu pni'is.
Ileio Weilmsiliiy nuil Krlilny nlglH. "Annette ICellerinmi." (She
nf the roini Dlvhie.) lu "eitmieS Dniiglitei-." A welnl, wild,
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North IJeml Agents
I ii'"P nnd Ill-lulu i.r ti.i .
2' The tide, lire placed in
ih0'i,urewo' w,th tl,eu'
X I f ,'8t "J1 alUl llel8ht8 0" the
fecond linn of each day; a eompnr-
fS.1 c1on""v heights will In-
in?! ml,,thcp.,,t lB h,h or Iow
water. High tide on the liar one
hour and .j minutes earlier than at
Marahfleld. At North Bond 35 mln-
utes earlier than nt Marshfleld,
tn AMixlittnl fmt lo fooi Dv Tlm J
Oregon Fair and warm
r In the oast Tuesday.
1'or tho 21 hourri ending nt
I: 13 !.. in., .June 1 I. by llenj.
Ostllnd, special government
At 1: 13 n. 111 iti
Precipitation slnca Sept. 1,
1 1 1 I 00.81
Precipitation same period
lust year i;.-,.fi7
Wind- Northwest, clear.
CARPENTER To Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Carpenter, at their home lu First
Aildiilon, .lime 13. 1 '. I .",. a girl.
Doth liicil In r mid daughter me
doing on well
MlLEACSj?AND LOW PRICES
. -niitv finrr;ov
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DAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON. MONDAY, JUNE 14,
I'Milnj: (,'ikmI Louis Oorr yester
day made u trli to Smith's Uasln and
1'inught back flftj fine trout.
Plenties th,. club. The current
i.uniber oi Music and Musicians. pub-
INhi'd at Seattle, contains a picture
ii the members of. the Cliamlnade
i mo ot Marshfleld, and an article
bout the organization.
IIMcnlc Tomorrow. The children
of the Episcopal Church will as-
somuie tomorrow morning at 10
o'clock at tho corner of Fourth and
Market uvemio for tho Sunday school
(ins rio-pocMiiK (J. E. Muslck,
a relative of P. c. Levnr, left today
on a prospecting trip to Johnson
Creek. He has a pack mule, a real
hurro to carry bin supplies, and
with the puck nnlmal will make
the entire distance on foot.
Damaged Property. Mrs. Adnms
spent Sunday at her South Coos Riv
er ranch. Dining tho week someone
gate open and n number of
rows not In unit broke down some
fine young apple trees, trampled tho
loganberries nnd did much damage
Council to .Meet. Plenty or dis
cussion Is slated for tho meeting of
the city fathers this evening when
the pioposltlon of grading down
First street and planking the thor
oughfare Is to be brought on the
boards. It Is understood there will
bo two contingents of property own
ers on hand to "cuss" nnd discuss
No .Mull Lust Night. The explan
ation of the fact that there was no
mall jostorday Ih that tho auto
stage nulling through from Uose
htirg, having left there yesterday
morning failed to reach .Myrtle Point
lu tiiiio to connect with the after
noon train. This, however, put the
mall in here today, on tho old
To Open lllits. II. II. Ostllnd will
go to liandon to open bids oil the
II II block there. About eight Coos
Hay rout nic torn are planning to bid
on It ami several other outside con
tractors will bid 011 it. It Is said that
the cost will be lower than was esti
mated last year us materials and la
bor are lower.
fl'nKen in As) In Mrs. Frank
II. Cameron, who ji 'i been iiulto
III nt North lleiiil lor kouio wcoka
past, was taken Sunday oh tho
Breakwater to the asylum nt Salem,
having been committed there. Mrs.
Cameron's Illness hail affected her
mind and treatment nt tho asy
lum offored tho only hope of her re
covery. Operate I'NIi Hunt. With tho salo
this week of the fust gnsollno boat
Atlantle to the Coos Itlvor Transpor
tation Company ti. II. Lloyd, former
owner nnd who formerly ran tho
launch Pacific, for tho Smlth-Pow-
er company, has rccolved tho offer
J of a position In San Frnnclsco nnd
expects to leave lu 11 day or two, Ho
wilt not take his family with lilnu
Ciptaln Lloyd will run tho gnsollno
S. (!. WIHTSUTT
boat Wolverine, built on Coos Hay
and run for a long time by Captain
Wlllard on tho passenger run be
tween Coqullle and liandon. Sho Is to
be taken south and will be remodeled.
Visits Timber. H. d. Noble, Phil
ip liuetiner. H. P. Ileuhner, A. P.
Noble nnd (J. K. Sailor, of Portland,
came here today to meet Don McMul
lon, cruiser for the Smith company.
The men own tracts of timber In this
vicinity, though none of them are
said to be termed big holdings.
llui'ieil TiNlny. Many relatives
and friends of Mrs. Amelia Hussell
thronged to the Wilson Chapel this
afternoon to hear the short but
touching address of Hov. Stubble
(fleld. lnterrment was In Hhe Odd
Fellows Ceinetnry. Mrs. Hussell died
lato Friday afternoon nt Cooston.
Mother Demi. J. W. Mitchell re
ceived n telegram late Saturday an
nouncing tho death of the mother
of .Mrs. II. L. Crawford, at Sabetha,
Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford
left here about a month ago lu
response to a messago that her
mother wns very 111. It will be sad
news to the many friends of Mr.
mid Mrs. Crawford and to thoso
who met her mother when tho lat
ter visited here a year or so ago.
Stlllwcll Out. John Stlllwell, the
man from Handon who was recently
arrested In Vancouver for 10 years
ago deserting his family, has been
freed from tho county Jail, having
furnished bonds. Tho man's trial Is
not expected to come up before next
fall when the grand Jury will con
sider his case. Stlllwell "got religion"
nnd left with n religious sect. Ills
wlfo nnd two daughters still live
Coos itlvcr Dances. Dozens of
people, young nnd old, hoarded the
steamer Rainbow Saturdny evening
for tho Goodwill place at tho head
of tho river, where tho night was
spent In dancing. A large open
air platform has been erected, this
being tho third dance hold on tho
floor. Ernest Smith and Frank W.
Smith formed tho orchestra and
were kept busy until the Hnluhnw
loft down tho river at 1 u. in.
J PERSONAL MENTION t
AUGUST PETERSON was n visitor
hero yesterdny from Empire.
P. C. LEVAIt of tho CoQiilllo Herald
wns In Mnrshfield yesterday.
MISS NORA TOWER returned to
Ilerkeley yesterday nnd will entor
tho summer school.
MISS EVA DRESSER will attend
the summer session nt the Univer
sity of California.
nEN M'MULLEN wbb over Saturday
and Sunday .from his homo at
MATT L. MAY left on the early
morning train to call on bis trade
in tho Coqulllo Valley.
I. C. KENDALL was n visitor to
tho court this morning on legal
SCHOOL SUPERVISOR F. A. GOLD
EN went over to his offlro lu Co
qulllo this morning.
MRS. W. S. CHANDLER is expected
home overland tomorrow from a
trip to Sail Francisco,
S. C. SMALL was a visitor lu Co
qulllo this morning, going over
on tho early train.
CARL DAVIS, of tho Sinlth-Pow-urs
company, went up to Powers
E J. LONEY, of Port Orford, wiih
l'oio yestorday en route to Port
land. CARL AL11RECHT returned yester
dny from 11 business trip to Port
laud. .1. II. FLANAGAN uiul family, I). K.
Lawyer and MUs Sheridan spent
Sunday at Drowsier Valley.
MR. AND MRS. A. McKEOWN spent
yosterdny ut their hummer home
on South Coos river.
HARRY I1ULTMAN and Don Gnr
dlnor left mi the early morning
auto for Coqulllo.
MISS NORA TOWER loft yesterday
for California where sho will
visit for a few weeks.
MAX TEPPER and I. It. Tower re
turned Saturday night from a
short fishing trip with Walter
Lawhorne near MeKluloy.
DR. W. HAYDON made n trip to
South Slough and the beach yes
terday. He vliltod most of thq
old camping plnces and says that
the ground Is yet a little too
1915 - EVENING EDITION.
damp to make camping enttn '
ly comfortable and that there
must be some more dry weather
and sunshine before outdoor lire
on the beach will bo entirely
MltS. .1. L. KOONTZ and three chil
dren left yesterday on the Nnnii
Smith for 11 visit at the Exposi
tion. SHERIFF- ALF JOHNSON went
back to Coqullle this morning
on the stage after a short week
end visit here.
MR. AND .MRS. E. K. .JONES, with
their son Eugene, left yesterdn on
the steamship Ureakwater for 11
visit In Portland.
MR. AND MRS. (5EOROE GOOD
RUM have gone down to tho
Fair for a visit, leaving yesterday
on the Nana Smith.
NOI1LE PITMAN. Irving l'ltinnn
Jesse Wngner nnd Mr. .Johnson
made the trip to Ilrewster on
their motorcycles yesterdn).
'MRS. HER11ERT ARMSTRONG, oi
North ltend, and her two children
left yesterday on the Nnnn Smith
for a visit In San Francisco.
LIGHTHOUSE INSPECTOR WAR
RICK arrived hero overland yes
terdny on ills annual visit to the
lighthouse In this section.
MRS. C. .1. CONOVER, wife of Mr.
Conover, forestry Instructor at
tho Oregon Agricultural College,
arrived Saturdny lo spend two
months with Miss Mabel Mauzcy
MR. AND MltS. RAY OLLIVANT
have gone down to San Francis
co for 11 short visit at the Ex
position, leaving yesterday on the
A. II. DERI1YSHIRE left this morn-,
lug for Coquljlu where with A H.
Ilnmmniid ho Ih Interested lu mi
appeal case lu the circuit court to
day. MR. AND MRS. GLEN HART retiirn-i
ed to Portland yesterday on the1
Ureakwater. They enjoyed a visit I
hero with many people formerly
their neighbors In the lllnck Hills.
W. J. CONRAD nnd wlfo returned
esterday from their honeymoon
trip to Snn Francisco. They will
rcBldn in tho Myrtlo Arms uptrt
mints. GEORGE ROTNOR, Ralph Kruse
mid Cell Irolnud motored to Ilrew
ster Valley yesterday and eiljoyed
sonio fine fishing. There were a
number of Coqullle outing parties
C. 11. LANDERS, former ngont for
the Ureakwater, went to Portland
yestorday. lie Is to take over tho
duties of agent there, but lin Is
expecteil back again beforo July
TOM LAMI1ERT, wlreloss oporalor
011 the Nnnn Smith, oxpects to ho
transferred soon to tho steamship
Persia, one of the Pacific Mull
boats to tho Orient, Ho has been
out there before coming onto this
JUDGE COKE drove his own car
to Coqulllo this morning after
spending Sunday at home. Charles
Powers, who Is doing Jury suv-vk-o,
and R, E. Miller, lode over
MRS. E. P. LEWIS mid ehlldieu
lutt yesterday for Santu Rosa and
oUier California points, vhoro
they will visit until about July 1
when Mr. I.owls will Join them
for a trip to the Exposition.
OTIS WILSON returned last evening
from 11 trip to Powers. He states
that L. II. Shcpord received tho
gold watch that wns given away
there Saturday by tho Red Cross'
new store, nearly IfiO limners
gathering for the event.
FRANK 8. GRANT. Grand Chancel
lor of tho Knights of Pythias,
has returned to Portland after
coming (o attend the county con
Hon of tho lodge In Coqulllo up
MRS. W. F. M11ELDOWNEY nnd
mother Mrs. Q. O. Sutherland and
daughter Mary left yesterday for
Los Augclos where they will Join
Mr. MeEldowncy who proceeded
thorn several weeks ago. They
will locate there.
W. S. TURPEN ami his old eollouo
friend M. J. James of Portland, re
turned yesterday from a two days
visit ut Powers. Mr. Turpen
brought hack with him a portion
of the poison oak of that vlniulty.
Hoth men caught a good basket or
fish on their trip.
MRS. K. n, KEMP, formerly Mlts
Maud Painter, and her slx-yoar-old
step-son, arrived bore Sunday
from Tulsa, Qklajiomu, for a few
weeks' visit. Mr. Kemp, who Is
a big oil operator of the Okl.i-
WHEN you consider the origin of kid
gloves what pictures arise peaceful
flocks pastured in the sunny Alps towns
centuries old a simple industrious people,
whose glove making skill has been perfected
through father to son.
are the finished product of these ideal conditions beau
tiful in form, delicate in colorings, ami fnscinatini; to eye
and hand. The thousands of miles between maker and
wearer have finally been covered, and Simmons Gloves
arc here in our clove section awaiting your approval.
C. PENNEY CO.
DOOH TO MMtKHKIKM) wi.vr 0111(12
homa field, was called ti Ciiba
on business mid alio came West
Her mother, Mrs, Sarah Painter,
who has been ut Shlpbenl's
Springs, Washington, returned
here with her and they will leave
in 11 few weeks for San Fraiulii-I
co where Mr. Kemp will Join
them to take lu tho exposition
and ret 111 n home.
POSTMASTER HUGH MeLAIN came
homo yesterday from the meeting
of the state postmusters In Port
land. MISSES GRACE GRIFFIN, Ethel
Reese and Hello O'Connor, of the
llungalow, left ror San Francisco
COL. WM. GRIMES left ovorliind to
day for Portland to meet Mr. and
Mrs, Horsey Krollzer who tire re
turning home from the oaat.
FRED SMITH, of Tim Hub Dry
Goods Stro, wiltos that bo and
Mr. Smith and baby who have
boon visiting at their old homo In
Ktinsas, will return Iho first of
HJALTE NURDRUM. foimerly with
the Coos Hay Pulp nnd Paper
Company, with Mrs. Nerdruui and
two children, left yesterday morn
ing for Portland: Mr. Nurdruiu re
tinned from tho north a few days
nun to Hid lu packing tho house
hold goods which wine shipped.
llligh McLalii Out) of 70 ill Poll
land Outlining Was Sboweiell
Seventy Postmasters, nil appoint
ed by the President, gathered lu
Portland Inst week to effect organ
1j.tiou anil lulk ovor tho piobluuiH
besotting the distribution or mall
In Oregon. Hugh Mellu was elect
ed chairman of the committed on
Roses lu great luofuslou wore
In ukud overywliure about the city,
he said following his return home
josloiduy. II was estlmatml limit
were mine than 0,000,000 nines on
display suit ghou away during the
three iluys of the H'mw Fostlvul.
()ii Friday night the eltxtrleul
psrudu csusod stub a Jam o 1 th
st.-04t, tulU Mr. Mi-Lulu, tliut it
took him Hi 1 eti hours to -dgf
through from Hie Portland Hon I,
where His PoaliUHStors were meet
ing, 'tic the I in twin I Holel. Thous
ands of visitors crowded Into the
elty to take pail in the festivities.
A ruHiilar iwnvouUan of Arugo
Ckaptur No. U Keys I Arch ilunoas
will ho, liUl on Tuwulny wvaulug
June idjjj, 101ft. Hr unltr ur tin
I.lbby COAIi.' The, Wild YOU Iiavo
ALWAYS USED. Phono 72. I'aclH
Livery mid Tri.nsfcr Company.
t NEW TODAY
FOR HEVT KiiriiUhcil rial, 7
room, 120.00 pe.- month. I. S.
I LOST AND FOUND
I'OCNIl Sewiiil iM)n ago, automo
bile or motorcycle part. Owner
may have same by pajing for HiIh
ml at Times office,
t ' FOR SALE t
POIl KAMI Dulry mill stock farm
reasonable. Address II. W, Sn li
fe rd, Sumner, Oregon
X WANTED $
WANTED (ill I lo do general lioilse
work. Family of two. Phono 7-t.
WANTED- .Man mid wlfo for 111111I1
work II. It , care or Times,
t FOR RENT X
Wi:i,l.-li ItMSIIliD 100 enlnilly
located In priMitu family, wilt
rent for $7 per month to desir
able parly. Address Hex "X,"
I'OIC lllt.VT Furnished n-rooiu cot
Isgo at I3X Hall avenue. Phono
:ur.-L or apply US I Ho. Ith at.
FOR Itli.NT Modern bungalow, fur
nished. Phono 217-11.
I'OIC RENT .Mjiilo Anns, modern
furnished apartments, freo heat
HHd water. $25 per month up.
1 FINANCIAL X
I AM lecehlng uppllrntlons for 1st
inert, loans on Improved riuclin3.
F. E. Conway, Mjrtle Arms Apt I
I'OIC TRANSFER AND STOIC
AGE OF HOt Sl.ilOLD GOODS
FREIGHT AND UAGGAOH
Residence, liiono Jil-Jf
.Matkct Ae, and vutei-front
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