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THE COOS BAY TIM 'N093U0 'QialdHSHVIAI 'S3FRIDAY,
PEIRCE ABLE MAX.
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Three linfiiinMicri! Snturdnw.
rooms for houseKceplng. Phono 73, SUNDAY..
Monday...
between 5 and 0 p. in.
At Sinter of tletliimy dance,
nt I. O. O. F. hall, Monday eve- nlng, crescent pin set with pearls.
Liberal rownrd If returned to "X"j
Tlmo8' olllce.
JOHN
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FOR SALl'. Cheap, n pood ull-- l
around horse. This Is a bnrgnln,
If taken at once.
Address "T."i
caro of Times' ofllce.
CLOTHCRAFT
Clothes
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xsv.aa ra
Wi nsHF vir
Kar
wry
flft3r iir'j.a
All-Wo- ol
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Wool for Winter Warmth
AU
A BOVE everything e!se vour winter
clothes must be warm, and for that reason
A yard of pure wool cloth
will feel heavier and firmer and will actually
be warmer than a yard of cotlon-mixe- d
clolh that is an ounce or more heavier
all-wo-
oL
You know, too,
that wool
Is no
conductor of heat and cold, and
tlioroforo keeps tho wnrmth of tho
body within nnd tho cold without.
Clothcrnft clothog am '.Trin nnd
comfortablo uccpiik t'uy n'o nil- wool. They -- ro co; ifonr.ble, too,
bocnuso thoy fit right, fool right
mid you know they look right nd
will slay right,
You enn't go wrong
Cloth- craft clothos at ?10 to ?25, bo- caus6 thoy aro guaranteed for
wool, servlco and shupoholdlns.
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Wcoksa Mill Store
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Mnrshfield,
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CLOTHIERS"
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Oregon
THE BUSY CORNER SPECIAL i
Tomorrow, Saturday, from 8 a. m.
to 9 p. m.
BUNTE'S VANILLA
MAR.SHMALLOWS
10c a Box
Lockhart - Parsons
While French poddle dug.
Finder notify E. II. Michael tit
LOST
Saturday.
GlttoIlllO
lllimcll for
sale very cheap. Host bargain you1
ever hnd. P. M. Johnson Smith's.
retail yard.
WAXIER
Nt-lii-
w
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eoolo
enmn bv man nnd wife. Exnerl-- !
ouced. Phone 1101, North Rond, Or
FOR 1 1 EXT Xort neii'iTi !itef , H7
rooms upstairs, dining room, kitchen and olllce, with or without bar
room. All furnished. Will make
rent easy to the right kind of tenn
ant. Apply at once to Robt.
Sr., Mnrshfield.
Mnr-Hile-
l'Olt SALE G.iMtllno b.mt. l liorn-'1- "
power. Cnmplnto oqulpment. C5oi
nt n bargain If taken at onco.
ply Pojace Hostnurnnt.
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LOCAL TEMPERATURE
POUT.
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Myers' Store.
A
Fair tonight and
OREGON
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Tor twenty-fou- r
hours ending
nt 4:43 p.m., Nov. 3, by Mrs.
Mlngus. special government mo- tnnrnlniHpnl nli.ni-vnrMaximum
Minimum
Al ,Ha n m
.
A
50
' 40
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02
Precipitation
Wind: Northwoat: clear.
lliittcr High.
tailing here nt
Huttor Is now resixty-fiv- e
cents for
hnlf squares. This In
lins ,,eo nt
M'""- on for a number of yonri,
U lloltiM.
n. P.
1,ls 90n'
Snvnsio of North
suffering from
poisoning
since
blood
last July, has
room
JtHXT
Two
I'OK
for lione
to
keeping with pan range $12 pei rocovorod Rufllclently to jcomo
today.
Mnrshfield
He
suffers
still
Lloyd hotel.
month.
some from It.
WANT EH To buy n fivli cow C
Vntliiti Plncei. Tho voting places
J. Hlllstrom, MnrshfUld, Ore.
In tho various precincts nt next TuesWIIiIj tho parly who borrowed Dr. day's eloctlon will bo practlcnlly tho
r,
J. T. McCormne's Kodak please re- namo nfl at the primaries In Roptom-IteThe
will
ofllclnls
nlso
election
turn snmo to Mrs. J. T. McCormae
be practically the finmc.
WAXTKI) Launch iilioul U. (t. lontc
Kid Aground. Tho launch Kid
speed.
with ten mllo minimum
last night whllo returning from Coos
Phono 273-Itlvor ran far up on tho mudllnt opWAXTi:i) Working men to keep dry posite tho Eastsldo landing nnd hnd
this winter I absolutely guarantee not boon got off Into today by Capt.
our oll.clQthlng for one whole sea Lapp.
sou. Geo. Goodrum.
Xo Change Perceptible. Thoro Is
or no chnngo perceptlblo In tho
little
I'OIl SAM-- : Homestead rclliiqulsli. condition of A. G. Alkon, tho Marsh-Hol- d
country.
mont In hoart of Ten Mllo
Injurod lu n
pioneer who
Eight acres slashed will sell for runaway tho night wb
boforo Inst. Ho
Ono Hundred dollnrs $100, Address
still suffers great pnln from his
dins. Pohlo, Sampson, Or., Doug-bin- s
Injuries.
County.
Tnlot. who hns been
SALK Iteo. Itiitinbout, mcnlel
1010, In good condltlonilnqulro
at tho Qunnory or address E. M.
Mlsonor, Marshnold, Oro;,
Drug Co.
"The Busy Corner"
Marshfield,
Oregon
trip to llnndon.
Ho roports Hint
tho Indications nro ntrong Hint
they will strike oil near there, tho
woll being down over 000 feet now.
Some Jokostom filled n Jnr with
coffee and cream, and nro exhibiting It to tho gullible ones ns real
oil from tho woll, but they couldn't
llullds Ilnrn. Eugono
has torn down tho old landmark at
tho northeast corner of Front and
Alder streets nud Is putting up a
small barn there. Tho building will
bo a frnuio structuro, bolng Just
tho flro limits.
Lost Keepi.i.,11,
Jus Stnuff is
mourning tho lostr of an Odd Fellows' pin a few days ago. Tho pin
was carried by Mr. Stauff's fathor fot
about quarter of a contury nnd was
given by him to tho son, who la now
VOTE THESE NUMBERS FIRST
328
X YES EOR HOME RULE
343 X NO Against Prohibition
345 X NO
Coos Co.
365 X NO
AGAINST
PROHIBITION
AGAINST
PROHIBITION
SEARCH LAW
En
women
In
through tho telephone than would b
needed to keep them
strong and hoalthy for
Telephone
Voice.
yearj," said W. C. Tip- pots of tho Homo
Tolo-pho-
hlgh-pltohe-
The Necessity
For Medicines
such need occurs thoro is no place
TOPICS OF THE TIMES.
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In town whoro It can bo suppllod
stated.
PRESCRIPTION
According to thp census reports
thoro nro 33,000,0f)b church mombors
in tho Unltod States.' Persons who
DEPARTMENT
arguo thnt tho 'world is growing
worso should study theso figures.
Rrlug us all your prescriptions no
mattor who writes them or whore you
College girls hnvo decided that tho
nro dlroctod to tako thorn. Thoy bo
typical mnn must hnvo brown oyes,
curly hair and at lonst $2,000 n year, long to you and It's your prlvllogo
Can't thoy cut out tho curly hair
to tako thorn whoro you will,
Brown Drug Co.
Graduato Chemists
"Tho Quality Store"
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GOING SOME!
Safe, ofllco nnd
fite-ruoi-
house-1-ol-
Holiday Books
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p"jmir rmil
,llrture rtw
nrtflesn. Velvet and AxmtnUler carpeli In
?ery room. Four etorfos of wriJ comfnrl
Rates redured toi dj,60c, 75eandl op; wk,
2.00 to li.00.
Alio a tw houi'keeln; apart-(latwith gaaransei, 113 00 per month Frra
mnt Tak bun at depot. Mr. Brtdi. Ttof
Central Ave.
"TIIE HOUSE OF BAnaAIXS."
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with
southern oxchnngo tolls of
Holiday season Is almost at hand.
furniture, modem
cottago; a bargain. J. W. Snovor. You are Just beginning to think of
buying gifts for tho children and tho
FOIl SALE A two.lior.se electric older folks.
motor, small centrifugal pump and
Hooks makes tho most accoptablo
300 gallon Iron tank. Same can Sifts. Wo carry tho largest stock of
bo seen by applying to mo ut North books and stationery
In Southern
Orogon. Come in and look our stock
Bond. C. F. McCu'lom.
1 1
no
I). L. Runklngh'nm, I). A. Jones nnd
A. M. Prentiss nro taking nn Inventory of tho bnnkrupt clothing stock
of L. A. Frey In North Rond. Thb
Is tho third tlmo nn Inventory hn
been taken, John H. Graves tnkln
tho first ono nnd Poter Lngglo t li Furnlshos Its own reminder, but wo
second.
would llko to auggoBt that whon any
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cheap and houso for ront. Enquire ibjMiad
at 4G3 Nortli Droadway.
rilC
uso
speaking
Georgo Sheridan
at Rosoburg, Lot 10x20 Rl, 13, Edmonston first
whoso father Is heavily 'interested In
Addition to Mnrshfield.
tho North Rond milk condensnry, hns
('HAS. W. CAKLSOX
taken n position In tho plant.
1080 E HnBsnlo N., Portland, Orogon
-
inn
s
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$400.
m
SALE
men and
"Most
more nervous
forco
North Bend News
IUiodo Isfund lteds- ,
hnrlmP nni, Bllrrniin.!.
304X7 Mrs, J.
'lngfl to bp used by tho Hill and Har- - Try Tho Times Want Ada.
Price.
rlman railway exhibition cars on
POCKET Flashlights Tho Ounnorv
tholr tour of tho oast this winter.
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FOIl HEXT
Library.
W.
Honks
Snovor
J,
South Marshflold. Apply Coos Day
volumos to tho
has donated flfty-ou- o
Cash Store.
Mnrshfield public library. Nineteen 9
of E, P. Roe's works nnd
furnished volumes are
FOK HUXT Fivo-roofifty-tw- o
aro standard hisother
tho
building.
apartment in O'Connoll
torical workB. Tho library board Is
now ondeavorlng to securo nn apFOR SALE A kitchen range. .Hus
prentice for library work so that In
been used ono year. Phong 255-- J
case tho regular librarian cannot atfurnltiiri tend to tho work, a substitute- could
i.vilt RAM: Household
Six-roo- m
v
IXTEltrST.
company.
fool Tom.
"Nature knows no strain. Truo
Rclcnco knows no strain. Therefore,
d
a strained,
voice does
not carry over tho tolopliono wlro ns
woll ns n low ono.
J. C. Grny arrived hero n few days
"Impntlenco, rudonoss, Imlcclslor
'igo from California to look nftor nud dlffiuement blur communication
by telephone oven moro than they do
business affairs.
whon one Is face to fnco with tho
Miss Idn Gnmblo formerly of North iieron talking."
Uoud, Is now principal of tho conuo-tldato- d
schools of Chohnlls, Wnsh.
FOR. ALE. Only
hens. Phono
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MILLER nnd wife of Port
visiting Mnrshfield
FOll SALE t First class lotH in vory anxious to recovor It.
Dunker Hill. Inquire Mrs. Smith
View of CtMn Ibiy. Tho Marshflold
goll, South 5th St.
Havo your LETTEIl HEADS nnd
Chambor of Commorco Is securing n
rlnron nr n vlnwn nf thn town. Its niLL HEADS printed at THE TIMES
I.X)H SALE
tt
it A GRIST OF COOS KAY GOS-- it
SIP GATHERED HERE AND
,. THERE AROUT THINGS OF
as much promptness, skill, accurucy,
n
man who was "hit by .n tolophnno or with a hlghor claes of drugs and
polo going to n tiro." Whnt tho said
O'Connoll polo oxpectcd to do nt tho flro Is not chemicals than nt our
bo-yo- nd
ItHAIi ESTATE TO EXCHAXOE
California nnd Washington lands
to trado for Coos Bay Realty or
good business proposition. What
havo you. Explain fully In first
lotter. Address "U" enro Times.
11.
XI
ABOUT TOWN k
"Society women who aro accustom
ed to spend from $8,000 to $10,000
n yonr for photographs of thomsolvs
C. A. SMITH nnd Amo Moreen are
nnd tholr children havo
oxpectcd hero from California on Miillim
solzed on a now phnBO
Pleltiiv of of this Idoa," remarked
the Nairn Smith next week.
n travollng man at Tho
Children.
HUGO ANDERSON of Eastsldo, who
Chandler today. "Thoy
nro taking to motion pictures nnd tho
hns boon In Astoria since Inst
hns returned to rcsumo phonograph. Thoy want motion pictures of tholr children nt piny or nt
work on tho Hay.
pnrtlos, so they may havo them in
RALPH JACKSON, who has been laid nftor years Just na thoy hnvo tholr
up In Portland ns a result of nn children photographed several times
nccldont Is oxpectcd hero soon to a year to keep until tho children aro
grown up. Llltowlso they nro koop-I- ng
visit his fnthpr, Geo. Jackson,
'records of tho voices of tho chll- -,
"WALTER ELLIOTT hns gono to dren by phonograph. When tho tlmo
Randon to bocomo chlot engineer arrives that both tho motion plctuf or
of tho schooner Rnndolph which Is nud tho phonograph can bo mndo to
to run from tho Coquillo to Rogii' work synchronously tho vnluo of tho
picture nnd nudllory records will bo
River.
Increased.
Tho Idea of socloty woJOHN
MATTSON of men nt present Is to tnko moving picCatching Inlet, mndo n brlot busi- tures of their ihtldren nnd to show
ness trip to Mnrshfield tndny. John them nt Christmas tlmo or on otaor
Mnttson Is Just co'mplotlng n gnso-lin- o occasions when tho members of tho
boat for .Too Solicitor at Ten fnmlly nro gnthored together. Tho
fnd, of courso, Is somewhat expensive,
Mile.
but society women In tho larger cities
hnvo
tnkon to It."
TOM NICOLS returned todny from n
nl
roil
Hnnsen's.
i
Orford, nro
friends.
Held Service. Uev. J. Richard
Olson held services at Eastsldo last
evonlng.
pound nnd n
&
ness trip to Coquillo Vnlley points.
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Saturday.. 5 2:21 0.2 1:25
SUNDAY.. G 3:03
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Monday.... 71 3:43
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XOVEMRER
Low water
A. M.
P.
Date.
h.m. I ft. h.m.
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C. F. McGEORGE Is limiting a busi-
3' 1:12
Thursday.
I LITTLE TALKS
MtsJtttJ:jtttt::tJHJn:::j:::::::n:
itlon nt Norton
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Thursday.
Friday
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WILL HUTCIIESON has taken a pos.
COOS BAY TIDES.
reason of his experience In various
vocations, represent the people
m
XOVEMllElt
'our county Intelligently. (Paid by High
A. M
water
P.
J. S. Ilnrton, Secy County Central
Date.
h.m. ft. h. in.
Committee.)
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Personal Notes
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ho can by
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EDITION.
t:mn::mmmramatmmnmw;nL
ItfUMMi
the Republican candl- uuiu ior joint, nepreseiunuve, is a
farmer nnd worklngman nnd hns ro- Bided in the district for years.
He
was nominated for the above olllre,
mnlnly by the Republicans of Coos
S. P. Polrco,
EVENING
1910
4,
NOVEMBER
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First-Cla- ss
Grocers Have It.
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