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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON. FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1916 EVENING EDITION
Have you gone in on this big general celebration of the
right clothes idea? Think about it today if you haven't
You have your house painted over at certain times
on your own account, and also for the general uplift
in appearance, the tone of your neighborhood. We
have just had a ,very successful "Clean-up" Day to
dress up the city and give it a better appearance. It is
now up to you to "dress up" yourself. "Dressing up"
-buying new clothes because they're needed fulfills
the same purpose. You almost owe it to yourself.
J Truss hnmp m 1-1 arr SsVhaffl
ner & Marx Clothes is ready
to show the right thing for
jy your personality and your
pocketbook; in Suits and Overcoats
Suits purchased from us pressed Free of charge
Woolen Mill Stores
URIK W.W.t'AMP In a thrilling
Irwij rtory wild mi out of tlio
"1 FIGHT TO TIIK FINISH."
Pll like this because r lis
ami imu-l fi-iitiuus.
VMAISCIIOFA WIFE" A mod-
ifotlrtr llntmn, ultJi ninny comic
Eujlww, limuxlit uliuiil by a rich
'quN for a wlfo.
liuM-:v u)vi: affaiii" a
r Xctor Comedy Willi charm
p. WBATiAUA Will mako Ms
I Prariiiico in Mnrshflcld. after
m mcrcKsfui engagement.
-, 13i llulroiiv: 10.-
womton- xuiiir ti...
lnM I'll itvls of iincquulcd
i-juu nave all laughed at
(WH. Von ulll ...
' " III HH' lirilllO
M7 UuJIHo Sunday Matinee,
, , " n, "vr- Knurr
A tlrriunnlkcf onuses much
ore mow tlio enso Is solved.
Stop nT,UNS,fl:U AM)
JgJ mnmn and
"wldenco Phono j;j.j
It " I rwTV . I ' arj
CONSISTENT WITH QUALITY.
lAt iin figure on your mt hill. Wo
mvo moiiuy for others Let us save
nullify for jou.
Central Avcniio and Waterfront.
Olio classy registered Jersey
bull calf, whoso dam milked II,
1(1(1 pounds in (en mouths. Also
rowH and heifers, all registered
stock. Write to F. A. SACCH1,
Follow a Little
CITIKS nnd towns tlirotisTiuut tho
country will noon Imvo n seanon
or gonorul rcnovntlon liy lmll
rliliinls. Thu year's ncruiniilutlon of
rubbish Is to bo withered ui nnd net
out ready for tlio municipal collector.
yards nro to lo put In order, nouses
nnd outbuildings uro to bo painted,
fences and sheds to bo repaired, vacant
Io(h to bo cleared of weeds and every
thing to bo mado spick and span, fresh
nnd wholcsoino and altogether delight
Tlint Is to say, nil this will bo done
If every householder does what Is ex
pected of him by tho cleaning up nnd
pnlut up committees which nro con
ducting tho cnmpnlgn.
And why should It not bo dono7 TJio
psnenso for each homo will not be
great, tho labor need not bo hnrd, nnd
tho result will bo something Tor nil or
us to enjoy and perhaps to brag about,
i.'or a clean chv or town Is eminently
desirable, not so much becauso of Its
gi eater attractions, nlthourh that alone
lu wnriti nil tho effort, but because of
Its increased hcalthfulness. Dirt breed
disease, and cleanliness Is tho first
principle of sanitation.
So let us all Join and mnko our town
shluo llko n boy's fnco after tho mater
nal scrub. Let us dig down Into the
dark corners of our basements nud
closets, throw out all tho old rag
and'papers. wash tho fly screens and
trot thoui hi nlace. s:et busy with the
i paint brush and the pruning Imlfo nnd
tho lawn mower and tncii tlio result
will bo gratifying.
THU WEATHER HKPOIST
(tT Awoclttrd VrtBS to com m; Timet. A
! OHEGON Fair; light
Frost tonight in tho cast;
For tlio 24 hours ending nt
I: III a. m April 7, by llonj.
Oatllnd, apodal government
Maximum G5 t
At 4: lit a. in . . ..17'
Precipitation slnco Sopt. 1,
1015 74. G7
Precipitation saiuo period o
last year fi7.0;i
Wind: Northwest; partly
sunkisi: AND SUNSKT
April 7. Sun risca ut
r.::)l and sots ut G:'n. 4
,'of tho bank to appear before Judgo
liamllton at Coiiulllo, April 21 nnd
answer. Judgo Sklpworth wont
back to Coquillo to glvo a hearing
'this aftomoon In the; Kinney tiax
A10 Willi Un.t-,1. 12. MontKomcrv
lias a letter from Otyrge A. Kellogg,
secrotnry of tho liitnibllilt Cliambor
lot Commerce, to tho effect that tho
uotiy tncro has taken definite no
tion on tho matter of trying to routo
auto travel from California tlrronch
i'Coos county this summer. Ho said
tlio Chamber thoro Is In full ac-
Jcord with tho moVo and will expend
.is ucst onons in getting tlio travel
.omlng this way and ho 'bollovcs tho
'results will bo mutually beneficial.
Il PERSONAL MENTION :
K. 1). CLO" waa a visitor In tho city
today from Mnplcton,
--MS. W. P. JPKI2NNA, of Lnnipa, Is
among tho visitors In tho city
.Meeting In Tonight Tho moot
ing of tho. Mnrshflold Chamber of
Coniinorco will bo held this ovenlng
lu tho rooms on Second street. In
asmuch ns there nro several mat
ters of Importnnco to coino up an
urgent request has boon mado that
till members como out. .
Aboard Wrecked Vessel. It Is
roported nt Handon that A. F. I2sta
brook, well known In this county
ns for many yonra head of tho 12sta
broolc company, was a passenger
aboard tho liner Chlyo Mum which
was wrecked near Hong Kong. All
of tho passengers got off safoly.
Cnuglit Forty Flsli. On Wed
nesday O. A. Ilonnott, Frod Hcnnott,
f Cordon Smith and Ilobort Swaiitou
'went fishing up tho north fork of
Coos IUvor. Thoy came back after
a stay of sovornl hours with somo
'forty fish. Ono of tho trout wna
1G inches in longth, which Is woll
within tho limit ttllowcd by law.
Comes Incognito .Maybe. On tho
registor of tho Chandlor Hotel Hits
morning npoparod tlio name, In bold
lottors, "Woodrow Wilson, Washing
ton, I). C." "Dad" -welch doclnrod
It his belief that tho Prosldont of
theso United Stntcs may bo horo "In
cog" to look nhor tho railroad situ
ation. Another man ventured tho
'opinion Hint maybo ho Is coming
'horo to buy somo timber lauds. At
any rato bo's hero. ' ,
' Co to Jefferson. Alex Drnudt
and Morlln Chappolle, tho North
llend dolmtlng team, loft thlH morn
ing for .Tofforaon, near Albany,
whoro tomorrow night thoy nro to
moot tho dobntlng team of that placo,
arguing tho negative on tho Swiss
hullitnry question. To win this ar
gument means much for North llond
as It would filvo thorn tho chanco to
moot u team from Knstorn Oregon
nt Kugono In May for tho champlon
'shlji of tho stnto.
1T0 Hear Case on ViwtH. C. I.
Ilolgnrd hns received word from tho
Sunroino court to tho offect that u
nnotlon of tho defendants In tho
Va8o of Jako .Mutson versus n. 11.
.Ilolsnor and others for n roahcurlng
was donlod April 1 and tho caso will
detormtno tho suit now on tho facts.
Involved in tho controversy nro lfiO
Liicros of land on North Inlot, tho
nlnlntlff seeking to forocloso on a
fcontract to purchaso tho farm. Hols-
1ier Is now living on tho ranch,
COOS BAY TIMES WANT ADS
Low Cost High Efficiency
n. 1,,,UST MavJ.IifloId'8 Firo-Proof Theater
""0( .Miv ,.., .... ,. ..... .
"" u riiuvss l'utuvcs III tlio worm
'ures ,,, , (I'N lu "AMBITION" Four reels 1uT tho funniest
'b tho world's greatest comedian.
ft'IUU, row , ,l th,'0 rccl Kt-ny drama, featuring HenVy
'"Ufi. ' ,,,n,cl as tho greatest actor appearing in motion plc-
' '"-.ELS TWO olTI SHOU- AIiT( xi2W
f Floor, 15 cts.; Balcony, 10 cts.; Children, 5cts.
AXTHOXY'K minute.,., .'' ,,. :. ,....,
... ""-iii'.nrnii nviilll Aiinir
'eaufe ci)m,,!T"An,,a se'iu-t mid Karl Wlllainis in a bplendld
MOHT tiikiia HVJIA IN "OAILMKN."
j Do Somothlna For Your Town.
I Tlio "Clean Up and Paint Up" ive
' inent will do much to make our town
I healthy aul beautiful If each citizen
does his full hliure In ;ho home, srhool
shop, church and neighborhood.
It will be ii school of good citizen
ship. Let every ono take a hand In tho
First Lino of Defense
"Pa, what is tho llnt Hue of de
"That depends on tho clrtumstiince.
son. If this country were at war the
first lino of defense would be tho navy
When a mini's married It's usually the
telephone line, by which ho tries to
square himself before ho come home."
ArTEyo to Safety.
Living BKelutou (president of Freaks
Secret society) Our orgnulz-itlou. hi
dies und gentlemen. Is about nrrfec tnl
It will bo necessary, however. i do-i
n treasurer. Who shall It be? Cli"iu
of Meml-ow- The legless wonder.'
Iluy Them From Us. Wo
Chargo Nothing to Put Them
. on Your Who?!
MARSHFIELD CYCLERY I
Hears a .Motion. Judgo Skip
worth returned last ovonlng .-from
I Coquillo und this morning before go-
ing buck again heard a motion In tho
'caso of tho .Mooso lodge vorsus J.
I Wright Wilson. The lodge is suing
Vol- ono-half or tho 1911 taxes, or
i ?rr.27, on tho proporty at Second
'stnot which thoy bought from Mr.
Wilson and also for $25 rental. Tho
llodgo attached and garnlsheed tho
I First National Hank and Judgo
kliuvorth ord -red a representative
ATTOKNHY C. I. KKiaAKI) was In
Coquillo yesterday on legal business.
Q. .1. L12MANSKI luft on tho morn
ing train for Handon after a short
ItOBT. M'CANtf wont to Coiiulllo
yesterday on a business trip, on
the auto lino.
Now is the Time
to get your New Spring shoes or slippers while the
stock is complete, and you can make a saving of
33 1-3 percent on every pair.
Ladles' Patent .Mary .lanes. . . .$1.1)8
Ladles' Dull '-'..strap Slippers. .$1.08
ladles' Patents, It-strap, medium
Ladies' Pumps, dull and pat
Latest In Ladles' Shoes, !?2.l)8, l.fiO
.Men's Shoes, button or lace; save
."lie on u pair !?'-()8
.Men's (iiiiimctal, button or luce,
rT'fla. VoMX $1.00 value, our price .(
nJKS&A Men's Shoes, Uuniiietal, button or
Hand .Mado Kress Shoes, button
or lace, $0 values, our price $1.08
Ul f incorporated S
Low Prices JBEa!1' 'l,f -''
Next Door to Postoffice
'J. 12. WAN.V AND WIF12 runio In on
tho train laBt evening from North
Lnkp to visit horo.
OTTO SAIIItO, of ltnudon was a pas
Bongcr on thu Coquillo auto Btago
I1ENKY UITHOF loft today for Eu
gono after spending sovoral
months In the county.
IJAHIi JACODS roturnod to Kugono
on tho morning train. Ho has
been horo for somo tlmo working.
J. U. AUSTIN, of, Gardiner, roturnod
homo on tho morning train aftor I
, sovoral days spont horo on busi
Friday and Saturday Specials
Buy Paanut Butter in bulk, 2 pounds for 25c
OUR EVERY DAY PRICES:
Local Rhubarb, per pound 5c
Fresh Asparagus, 3 pounds for -.-25c
Peanut Butter, 5-pound pail 80c
Norway Dairy Butter, 2 pounds for 75c
Van Camp's Sauer Kraut and Pumpkin, No. 3 tins
2 for 25c
Champagne Cider, pint bottles, 2 for 25c
Loganberry Port, 2 for .' 25c
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
GETTING'S CASH GROCERY
Phone 394. 130 North Broadway.
WATCH FOIt OUU SPECIALS. They mean money In your pocket
MHS II. IL SAOA1112HD, wlfo of
Cnpt. Sagaliord, o'f tho Bteiunor
Eva on tho Umpqiiii Is in tho city
DISTUICT ATTOU12NY L. L. L1I
JEQVI8T returned homu last night
from Coquillo whefo ho wont on
CHAItLES HALL expects to lonvo
in tho morning for Portland und
Hood IUvor to bo gono sovorul
daya on business matters.
WOULD UUILD A SHED
OVI211 THI2 COUNTY ItOAD
Doptity C-amo Warden Thomas
brought back with him on a rocont
visit through tho county a novel nug
gcstlon rognrdlug good roads, ono
that ho claims is to bo ventured to
tho county court. 0. S. Wamor, out
fon Myrtlo Crook, bus evolved tho
plan of building a shed over tho
county road. Ho says that this would
bo cheaper than planking and would
glvo nu all year road.
W. A. IJAHKKTT, deputy officer of
tho Knights of Columbus, iiccom
panlod by Mra. Dnrrott, arrived
horo last ovonlng on tho ntugo.
C. II. PECK wont to Onld Ucncli
this morning whoro ho will bo In
terested In tho fish cibo coming
boforo tho court thoro within n
MAX HEK1AUU may roturn this
aftornoon or tomorrow from tho
stnto university ut Eugono to
spond a weok's vacation horo with
A. C. VESTAL said that inasmuch
as ho was not montlonod in. tho
list out on tho train Wednesday
ho would try it again today. Ho
bought a ticket for Ndrth IJond
and rodo all tho way.
K. MOOHI2, dork of tho Eugeno
school board, n brothor-ln-law of
William Crimes, with his llltlo
son, enmo ovor from Eugono last
ovonlng. Ho wont to Coquillo
this morning on school busluoss.
nu. A. L. HOUSEWOUTH and I10U
8EY KHEITZKIl aro leaving on
tho train tomorrow morning for
Portland to Join their wives who
aro visiting up thoro. Thoy will
probably drlvo back ovor tho Pa
I Spocdiwl! sails Miiith from .Miut.li
i field .M'oiulii)' at : p. in. Tliketx at
Abstract office, .Murshflebl, nnd Mr
1 Colluni mill I'nlntor, North lleud.
NEW TODAY I
FOIl SALI2 Thii breeding pens, 3
white Wynndottos, with coqpb;
rensonablo. HG1 Ingorsoll Avo. ,
Women nro beginning to
reall.o iiow miuli ilepends
on tho QUALITY of tho
Soap tiny me mid how
llltlo itpcn mo attractive
ness or tho wrapper.
Long ngo wo advocated tlio
loaHonableness of this and
now our soaps nro care
fully selected not only for
daintiness- but for purity
nnd hygienic value.
THE BUSY CORNER
Wo Deliver Imniod!ately
Please suvo your old newsjHipcru
Maud iiiui!iuliiH tor ilio riesujieiuui
ladles who, will i-all for them. When
you Imvo n biinille, pleaso phone one
of Hie f.dlowlng: 23.l, 132, 217.1, or
I.'OIt COUNTY SUHVEYOIt
I hereby announce myself as a
Hopubllcan candldnto for tho nom
ination of County Surveyor.
I h, j-j, uivr;jr.imu., . uiiui.a
POUTLAND AND COOS HAY
SAII.S FHOM MAHSHFIKLD
TUESDAY, APIHL I
FOIt INFORMATION PIION'E 278
TOM JAMES, Agt., Orenn Dock
t AT THE HOTELS
P. M. Morso, Eugene: II W. Sim
mons, Portland; t'hurlos Wlntor
in ute, Portland- W. E. Koo'dor.
Spol'aner J. 12. -'mm.iiiI, Portland;
M. Ilrumburgor, P)rtland; F. It
WugiK'r, Portion.; W. .V Unrroit
nnd w'fo, Albany; Mis. II. U. Sagi
herd, iiardluor; II. .1. Drown, J'ort
land; E, II. Chosr, Portend; E. A.
Wnllor, Seattle; J. 12. Wunn und
wlfo, North Lnko; 2!!? J. Slentrom,
North Lnko; Uodor.cic Maeloay, Port
land; IL K. Luwsoii, Cottngo 'Jrovo;
C. Pi.woll, Portland, Ebon Pomeroy
Handon; A. L. (ioorgo, Portland; It.
'E. Willis, Portland; S. C. Whlto,
Portland; K. F. McLomL Portlnnd;
J, K. Mooro and son, Eugono; II.
W. Adrian, Portland; Mr. W. P.
MoKonnn, Lampaj 11. II. Donahay,
Eugono; II. L. Thompson, Portland;
W. A. Schmidt, Myrtlo Point; F. U.
Oraff, Portland; E. 12. Smith, North
Lako; J. I). Culver, Powors.
St, LnWrciieo Hotel.
Dick Holland, North Jlond; F.
.Martin, Coquillo; Jack Downor, Myr
tlo Point; Uaymoud Uay, Ikiudon; C.
Northrup, Portland; 11. Juckson,
Coaledo; It. LyBtor, (Jardluor; It. I).
Clow, Maploton; Kmll ErlckBon,
Ceorgo Sohnffor, North llond;
T. J. Clark, Powors; E. It. Koonoy,
Powers; I. C. Lnlrd, .Alyrtlo Point;
O. L. Hoglln, Powors; N. C. Ynncy,
PoworBj It, J. Cotnor, South Inlot;
'it. J. Neco, Llttlo AcroB
Mrs. Dickson, Cold Hench; U. L.
Hattlo , Handon; U. C. Grimm,
Woodburn; C. II. Mooro. North Yak-
ima: 0. P. Tomploton, Powors; Jolin
JKlobar, Myrtlo Point; Estio MUlor.
Gold Heach; Alox II. Austin, sit
kum; J. A. -Hart. Coquillo; M.
Mauson, Myrtlo Point; A. Tvanlsch,
Myrtlo Point; Mno MIHor, Cold
t FOUND 2
FOUND In EngleMood Jttnt'yi n:lr
of nnBo glasses. Owner mnv have
nr i nt Times office, by piM-ir
'or this oil.
WANTED Experienced stenograph
er wishes position lu .Marahflcld
or other town lu Coos county.
Address Mrs. Ellin Wood, 1151
Churnolton street, Eugeno, Ore.
: wanted :
WANTED Man nnd utfo for chain
lioriniilil nnd Janitor. Ph Prop 2rUL
WANTED An elderly lady for
hntiBowork.. Hood homo. No
washing. Phono aftor ft p. in. or
Saturday 174-IL .
WANTED TO HOIUtOW ?(I3().()0 on
city rosldouco; valuo V-TiOO. i
years at 8 por cont. Phono 04-X,
HOO.MEKS AND IIOAHDEIIS Ap
ply 2L"J So. llroadway; ratos
WANTED (Jlrl for general house.
work Phono CG-J of 2C1-J.
Z FOR SALE I
IY)lt KENT Fiunlshcd room; steam
heat, bath; also housokcoqlng
room. Matlock Apts. 241 Comuior
tHM I-'Oll SALI2 Thlrty-flvo
ncros, ono-half bottom' nnd ono
half bench land; six acroa of good
orchard; good house and barn,
lighted by ncotylono gas; houso
with modarn equipments; hot and
cold water, bath, etc, Near Co
quillo. A good buy if taken soon.
Inqulro T, caro of Tlinos, or Hox
2R0, Coquillo, Oro.
t FOR RENT t
FOIt HENT, Cheap. 1, 2 and -room
Apartm'ts. Hroodway Hotol.
FOIt KENT Furnished Apts. In
O'Counell building. Phono 113-L.
FOIt 1U2NT Furnlshod flat, hot and
I com wnior, uatn. ii imru ov.
I'Olt KENT Modern flvo-ifioni bun-
I galow on 12th and Commorclat
streets, ?l2.f,0 por month. Apply
doing & Ilnrvoy.
DOOMS, 3l)o to $1.00 Day;
$2 to S3 Weo)i lloHhckeep- j
lug Apts., 8 mo. lip. Vroo j
Lloyd Hotel Apts.