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THE COOS BAY TIMES. MARSHFIELN. OREGON. FfllDAT, APRIL 7, 191(5 EVENING EDITION
WILT;AMKTTH VAJiliKV CKKAM
HIIV.MKX HMIOK .MIMC.
'.Train l'nwiigcr.s Stale Concerns At
ready Impelling I oral Milk
Keen competition of tlio Wlllain-
otto Vnlloy creameries for the milk
and cream of tlio Coos IJay district
may work havoc with the local con
corns. Passengers returning on tlio
trulit atato that they noticed ninny
local outward bound shipments of
milk' cans. '
To secure milk nud cream Is at
nil Umos a problem wltli-.tbo cream
orymen. Mo3t always they can not
fiot jcriough for their" wnntst a fact
Hint heightens tlio competition.
J After Cieimi lleic. i
In Eugene, and the diirorilntlliiK
country nrc several largo creamer
ies. It Is said that they nro reach
ing out and "grubbing off" tho
"cream" of tho trade.
This Is a now rendition to which
tho local ereamorymen will have
to adjust themselves nud It Is said
they will linvo to work Just so much
harder to keep the raw products at
DEER WDT SCARGE
OUTLOOK IS GOOD
CUIUS KASMl'SSHX SAYS HANDON'
Vllili HAVM (.001) VKAIt
TRIES FLOATING TIES
DOWN SMALL STREAM
Attempt Helng .Mndo to Ili-lng Tlm-
hcr Down I'limi .Mountain
Country to (lie Coiiiillo.
Over on MyrtH Creek above
Hrldgo, Kdgar llaunnu, of North
Hend, has bndubout 10 inon work
ing jotting out sumo 1 .000 railroad
tics, T'or tho first tlmo It has boon
tried In that section, men aru trying
(o float tho tics down Myrtlo Crook
Into Hock Cieek and thence to the
middle fork of tho Coqulllo and
down to tho railroad at .Myrtlo
I)r, Leslie, Osteopath, MurMiflcId.
Dr. I). C. Vniiglinn, Dentin, Itoom
tn. First National llatilc hiiltding.
3 lbs. $1.10
DKI'l'TV fSAMH WAHDKN SAYS
MANY IN HACK OK I'Ott'KIIS.
IXpects Hunting to Ho ood This
Your Kfshernieii at Powers
Would Have Streams Stocked.
Deer aro plentiful over In tho
vicinity of Powers and back In tho
mountains from there, according to
Deputy Oamo Warden James Thorn
as, who has returned from an In
spection trip through that section.
Desplto the fact tho snow wiu un
usually henvy In there, ho says tho
deer aro In fairly good condition
and Hint tho hunting this summer
will bo woll up to tho average
11 lids Two Klks.
Back of Tom llnnon' place nbovo
Powers, the deputy saw two elk.
There ere about 17 of these nnluiuls
in that tcriltory, ho snys. They aro
protected tho year round by tho law
mid hoiiio of thoin hocomo no tame
they como up close to tho cabins.
Fishermen at Powers, said Mr.
Thomas, are taking particular In
terest In accounts of nlcntv of trout
In tho Coos and Ten Mllo butcheries. BailUllon. who bns been away from
F there for tlio past year and a liair,
was reported a while back to bo
most favorably considered' but Mr.
Rnsmiissen doubts this report. Mr.
Iliismusseii snys that he thinks that
postmasters should bo either tiudor
civil service or elected by tho com
munities In which thoy Horvo.
Mr. llnsniusson wild that Col. Ilosa
would probably not bo a candldato
for stalo senntor although many
wero urging him. Col. Hosa said
that ho was too old to asplro to it.
Mr.HasmtiRscn said Hint bo doubted
If C. II. Wado would como out for
tho legislature on tho Democratic
ticket although many wero urging
Mr. IlnsmiiHseu said that It now
scorned certain that the Fifloh.1 would
bo saved, lie said that the ship bns
been limited up on tho beach until
sho Is out of all danger ho far ns
storms nro concerned and they aro
Impend that sho can bo repaired nnd
floated out again before long.
Opening of .Moore Mill Will Help
Ijouci C(Mtiill' Thinks Klflcld
Chris UnBinimsen, a well known
resident of Handon, arrived hero yos
lerdny fo look nfU'r some business
matters. Ho said that tho Geo. W.
Mooro mill had to delay Its opontng
until today owing to some parts of
tho miichinory falling to nrrlvo on
tho Hllznbcth. Everything else was
In nail In ORS,
Ho sayH Dnndon will have a good
year. Tho opening of tho Moore mill,
tho Jetty and harbor work, tho Im
provements In tho waterworks and
other public work will give employ
ment to a largo number.
About tho I'oMoffleo
.Mr. Itainiiusscu said that the term
of the present postmaster at Handon
will not expire until September t so
that tho appointment will probably
not bo mndo as soon as soiuo ex
pected. Kivo ro In tlio race. It. K.
juCwhLH Ihl va Jv I EInllKuy
Ho snyB that Oils Hrown, at Powers,
la now trying to get tho stnto fish
and game commission to allot a
certain amount of tlio trout for. the
streams In tho vicinity of Powers to
rtbtock tho waters.
GRAY DAMAGE CASE IS
FILED SECOND TIME
Tills Time Amount Asked I'or 1'roin
In Only $:(,'
(Special to the Times.)
C0QUILI,13, Ore., April 7. Tho
null of George Gray against tho
Smith-Powers hogging company has
again been filed In the circuit court
this tlmo tho damages .asked for
huliig $.'1,000. Tho suit was filed
onco before and Jfi.OOO dnmngoj
nuked for and to provent the case
being taken to tho federal court, tho
damuges wero cut down and Hie suit
Gray was Injured whllo employed
In one of tho camps of tho Smith!
rowers company aim no claims to
have been permanently injured and
consequently nsks for damages. C.
I. ltelgard filed tho milt for tho
RESIDES the cash additions it
makes to the net profits of
your business ' t , '
The International rmotor truck keeps
your customers satisfied.
There is a limit to the amount of work horses '
can do. That limit changes with the seasons,
with the weather, and with the condition of tho
streets and roads. Horse deliveries and horse
hauling mean disappointed customers at times,
or customers satisfied at ruinous expense.
An International Motor Truck Has No Such Limit
Its service is not affected by seasons or weather
and very little by street and road conditions.
You can make a schedule and keep it through
out the year when you use an International
motor truck. What is that worth to you?
Write U3 and we will tell you.
Four Models Four Low Prices
MA, 1,000 lbs. capacity, air-cooled $ 600
M, 1 ,000 lbs. capacity, water-cooled 710
E, l,5001bs. capacity, water-cooled 950
F, 2,000 lbs. capacity, (chassin only) 1,500
All prices cash, f. o. b. Akron, O.
Add $50 to above prices for pneumnlic tires
Won Medal of Honor at San Francisco Exposition
International Harvester Company of America
CHOICE CHICKENS FOR SATURDAY n ..
- ilLiiHyrscwo will
have them tho Fat, Tender, Juicy Birris
Wc also have some Juicy Roasts of Beef
Pork, Lamb and Mutton; in fact cvcrythiJ
that's good in tho meat lino - p10nc u
your order, if you can't call. S
Palace Meat Market
S. D. OSWALD.
eats Thats what
THAT'S WIIVT WK CJIVK YOIT. It Is ..r P t cn.lcator
to j;lo Mm ho lt (ho imirkol nrfouls mill our Ime ,,
iculiir. put rons iivsiiro tii thul. o nro hiu'ccviIIiik. If i0 '
- not n ri'iiliii1 pnti-on hero, you Imd IioUlm1
nrrmin (,, i, ,.
ulll IkmioNI yon mill licni'fl iih. All IdiuN of KIIKsil MIls
Hinokfil Mem mill otlirt- lines found in niht class Mcnt Marie!
I'JIOXK US yWll OltDKll
J. E. Ford (Sb Co.
I?4 South B'way
IMI()XH l or r,S.
"V.-A fc- .- M-h. j- j. ; ., Z
I'AVOHS .IIMKJK COKK
Oolil llcm'li I'npt'r roiiipllini'iitN Him
JiiiIru .loll n H. Coku iib n caiiilldato
for tho clrrult lionch :ibI Is roforroil
to In compllniuiitiiry torinu In an
editorial In tho Gold lleach Ituportor
tho now papor in Curry roiinty of
"Tho many frlondH of .ludr.o Colto
.'will ho pIcaHcil to loam that ho Ih
j a candldato on tho Itopiihlli'an tlcliol
'for rononiliiatlon to Hiiccccd hlniHolf
iih circuit judKC. If merit and nlill
'Ity count for anything tho JiuIko
rihould win aKiilnnt H comprH."
I NEWS OF NORTH BEND t
t I which Jerry llimtluy. the votornn
,,.. ....... .,. ... 'attorney Ih editor and niaiiiiKer. Tho
vuri iiaiiii wiih riioHun in ropru j
Heat tho North Hend hcIiooIh In tho ,
annual oratorical content to ho held
'in North Ilend on April 1. Kach
I uchoo! In tho county will have a roji-
Word Iiiih hecn recolvcd from Or.
Ira I). Ilartlo tdatliiK that he will
return tho flrat of the week. Aftor
haiiiK made an oxteualvo trip eiiHt
ho Iiiih been vIhUIiik ut ICiikoiio nud
Ih hi that city now.
City Mecordor Mayheo Iiiih pro
j pared IiIh report to tho nlty council.
It will hIiow that for tho past quar
ter tho recolptH of tho city wero
ill '.i.Oti 1.72.
Superintendent Coo Iiuh arrniiKed
to have ntai;ml hy the IiIkIi hcIiooI
pupllH tho play "Tom TIiiiiiiIi'h Weil.
dliiK," at ICckhoff hall next Friday
to ni:id'i:u spukcii
Karl Powell, Bocrotary of tho Coon
County ISiibIuchh Mou'h Association,
Is on tho program for an address at
tlio annual convention of tho Oregon
Merchants' association nt Astoria
April US to 1!S.
.'i:'ITI.(j INTO (JOOU SII.U'K
Is unequaled in
purity, aroma and
ness. Steei cut
no dust, no chaff
seal cans. Ask
lliiM-lmll (irniinds Itcptn led In Con
iIKIiiii Im.V 1'lny.
Iteceut roportH from tho haiiohall
campH or tho SIkiiki Clila and tho
team of tho oilier (Ireok letter ar
tlvtH of Cooh Hay hIiowk that both
KioupH aro KettliiK Into tho best
Subject to the will of tho Itopuh
llcan voters of Coos County 1 an
nounce mysolf iih a caudldato for
uoiuluatloii for tho office of Sher
iff of Coon County nt tho May pri
maries. If elected I promise to
continue the policy 1 have followed !,
while In office,
AIjFIIHD JOHNSON, Jr.
Coiiullle, Ore., Mar. I'll, I'.HG.
GOWFERENCE IS U
.MKTIIODIKTS HOIil) gi'AICTKItliV
iMIJKTI.Vt; IIKHK, KA'ITItDAV.
Hr. .1. T. AlilirU Ouiliif; 1'roin ICu-
Heno For Saturday and Sunday
Talk Over HiinIiicns.
Tho third iiiiarterly conference of
tho Mothodlst chiii'cli will ho hold
hero Saturday evening anil Sunday,
according to tho announcement made
today. Dr. J. T. Abbott, of IOiikoiio,
district Huperlntoudent for the
church, Is expected hero tomorrow
and will ho In attendance.
At this tlmo the roKUlnr hiislucHti
of tho church Is attended to and
plans for tho uoxt quarter nro made.
Thorn aro routine reports also to
he mndo out, from which Dr. Ab
bott sceuro.4 material for his report
to tho airflunl conference of inv
church to bo held In October.
Will lln Invited.
On Saturday ovnnliiK. Dr. Ab
bott will Hpeak at tlio Methodist
church In Mar.difleld and on Sun
day aftei noon at tho Methodic
church In Hay Park.
L A N C 0,
The Public Service Hotel '
lias Just, been tliorotij;lily renin at-1
cd, nud opened to Iho public March
tut, 111 I (I. Soiuo of tlio features'
of this old hostelry nro. fix-c cm.,
ployiuent bureau, fico howIii room,
inforiuatioii bulletin mid kind treat
ment. Tho pntroniitfo of tlto public
Ih mi) lei led.
U'J7 North I'ront htrcet
Phono 1 1 Mi.
WlIiLAMIiTTH IMCIKIO MOTOH
y"firi"niii ii ii T,Trr'i''v',,Tg
mm 4m 0m - - - &Q '
i.oaii:i tin: ohan(h:s
COOS BAY TIMES WANT ADS
ItoM'hui-f; Luily llns Scheiuo Tor He
loetinj; Petty Thieves
llOSKHUIta, Ore., April I. -Do-daring
thut hIio had but roceutly
'employed a local driiKBlst to "load"
a number of oninROH with croton oil,
popper mill other unpU-aHunt Ingro-
tllentH, In order that sho inlfdit trap '
tenanta of her homo whom hIio sus
pected of thefts, Mrs. Ada Tharp
went on tho witness Maud in the
7. Id a.m.
8: in a.m.
10: in a. in.
C:55 p.m. North city llmltR only,
7:30 p.m. 7:45 p.m
'AtMttt I.... .Wll.t I....... n...l 1..1.I .. 1.v..
" -n ...... ...w "i v f i II I Eft' ' 'Jiinmu limit uuill null llllll u lllllf,
of trim for the blK Kiimo which la! LOW UOSI Hinil blllCICnCV story of how bIio had mlssod articles
t'. Jewelry ami colua from lior npart
meuts bcKlnnlni; ns early as last
1,1 III) nhlVOil vnrv hIiiiI'IIv I Iiii Inunrul
UKimiiUK to sot up tlio dinner t ' GIVES THE PEOPLE
j urn wiuiieiH ai tuo iiiantiier Hotel, i
iTho nilHCollaneoiiH team had nnothor
addition to Itu lineup today when
1 Fred I., (Hover, nil Alpha Tail Ome
kii from WiiHliliiKton State College,
put In bin uppearaiice.
A SQUARE DEAL
I heard tho tlmbro of her voice,
And It did not iiiako mo rojolco;
So, in tho hope that sho would
I cried, "Say, cut that, ploaso, and
W. M. Federmnnn, a Leading Druggist
of Kansas City, Stands Dy Hit
This would bo a hotter world If
EomoJ of the Coos iHiy loformeru
I oiiiiti tlmo to mind their own bust-liens.
I October and eMendliii; ovor ierlod
of over several months. Mra. Tl.arp's
testimony was adduced during the
trial of Mr, and Mrs. Allen Dale,
vim wero arrested recently charged
with the thoft of the articles men
tioned by Mrs. Tharp.
and every other day I
at the I
"I Might as Well Do Them Before Wc Go Out.
Since wc installed the Gas Water Heater, dish
washing is no tioublc at all."
, MRS.- NUWIFE HAS ALSO DISCOVERED that every clean
ing job around the house is fareasicr with plenty of hot water
and that the GAS WATER HEATER is saving her hours ol
time and hard work each week.
A GAS WATER HEATER in your home will do as much.
The cost of installation and operation is so low you will won
der why you didn't have one long ago.
LOOK OVER THE LINE OF GAS-WATER HEATERS
AT OUR OFFICE OR YOUR DEALERS TODAY.
Oregon Power ' Co.
OCEAN BEACH AUTO LINE
Gorst & Klntf. , .
I .who .Mnr.-hfleld nt 7 . in., ami returning leaving from 1,"l,'re '
8 n. in. Leave Mnrshfleld nt 11 n.m. and returning le.ie b
Hlmigh ut I p. in. Leave Mnraliflclil at C p. " '"1 rc,urn
leavo South Slmmli nt (I p. in.
' I " I
ItKJ (ilt.WICIi OKDKIt
ItOSintlMtC!, Oro.. April 7. The
Oregon l'ortlaud Content Co. have
ilacod an order with tho Hosoburg I pnMMPHPIAI acimiiit
Sand and Oravel Company fop ovor J UMMEKCIAL AVENUE
JSOOO yards of gravel to bo dollvored
immediately, In connection with tho
development oX the company's ce
fluent doposlts near Camas.
- n..nn.rnnollf. CH'l
.incK .Maims. V'A knvcre "'
Bays: "I linil such af fuW h
To tho Itopiiblicans of Coou Co.
aiinouiico mysolf as n cau
for reiiomluatlnu to the of
fice of County Surveyor nt tho pri
mary election May 19th, 101G.
C. S. M'CUM.OOII.
hi I wish to
jjj Gettings Cash Store Ig
W Wo Have Von Jloney jj
Steam Heated ;: Hot Water,
TraiiBlent, 7oc day; $il,0(i Per Wcvk.
Apaitiueuts, $15 piv iiiontli. Kvery-
tiilng ruruMieil. Phono :tt)5.
L. J, .IISTK.V, IMopiietor.
W. M. FEDERMANN
"I havo always believed," ho said,
"that n driigglst'H tlrst duty is to tho
I health of his customers. I tell my peo
ple franUly that a safe, gentle, Inex
! ueuslro laxative, Biicb us llexall Onlor
I lies, kept In the home, will pay the bis;.
jgest dividends of nny investment ever
made. 1 recommend it us tho best
family laxative, because It Is put up
in tasty candy tablet form that appeals
to men, women and children nlllce, and
Is as delightful and pleasing to (nice as
It Is healthful."
Wo liavtt tlio exclusive selling right for
tills erent IumiUv
THE REXALL STORE
GET NEW MUSIC
Como In and play thp latest victor
records on our miieliluo nud select
tlio onus you donlro
5,000 to Chooso Prom
Wo will onlor special Numbers for
L. L. Thomas
7!i Central Avenue
No inferior quality or
"bargain meats," - one
grade only THE BEST.
Opposite Blanco Hotel.
I MARSIIFIELD, OHKQOIS
! .... -
An viy chair or an oti
rocKing rhali- often adds so
niiiiii to tho appearance of tlio
Hitting room or iiarlnc. Itcsldci
tlio appearances, it increases
tlio comforth of tlio homo.
Conu in nud let us show you
our Iiiiko line.
It villi soon bo tlmo for the
hpr'ug lioiisecleaiiiug and you
Imd letter figure on the extra
furniture or new piccVs you will
need to luaUe the changes you
Going & Harvey
North Front St., Phone 196
imllrely rcllovcl mo "dtrouWe !
' no rocurrenco of kiancy
"'Smno Hays it seems M JSf,J
no lonBor bear tlio pain $ UiM
1 you miffcr from .K111"".?" your Mc
, iioublca. Tlio ncho aero" y
i Brown worso wlt,Cv5u take.
, mauo ami every ?.? 'f all enSi,f
Swl Kccra to rob you of a rcu
I and cni-r-.-y. Vour Mw i p00rir
I ."V ou- and worn out tleeg Fg vr
I and liuvo no l,l?"''tj'i,5V? ...
i ckTy s sir
J moke tbem strong, aein- prmi
tlon. becomes regular w u t
ouoin. anu 'u"',,"v ?. i great "
each day you take tnis '
macy. Frank D. Cohan, Centra
nuo. Opposite Chandler Hotel,
t TIMES WANT ADS
The convenience W'1' J dfWoa
Times Want AN '
strnteil ly trW.