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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES. MARSHFIELD,
OREGOM, MONDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1907.
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stmas Gifts of Quali
'THEY'RE -AlCctTtlNG" TSWd'Ui
L UM(U Ml OMHflRV i
such U3 good tasto dlc-
? 5 uues. uaro conceptions
RAILROAD 3igns from nrt workors
in goiu anu silver, who
have loft the Impress of
a skill that stands for
real merit. Gifts of the
celebrated Llbby cut
glass, hand painted
china, diamonds, pearls,
sapphires, rubies, opals,
wirinr,IF,$J Silver plato that wears
yA-IAJlltilS in an endless variety;
and In fact everything to bo found in an .rtp-to-date Manufac
turing Jewelry Establishment.
Wo also carry a complete Hue of the celebrated, Howard
Watches from $35 up. Parker Fountain Pens to suij, all tastes.
Where can you select more suitable presents for all the dear
ones than at
Open Evenings Front St.
ARE WE GOING 10 SELL
We are, and he very best makes at the lowest
And for hot water for the bath and all other
purposes there is nothing as cheap and conven
ient as the Humphrey Gas water heater, Always
'eady. We sell them,
We furnish both the gas meter and regulator.
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Thirty Degrees Above Zero Re
cords Lowest Temperature
of Present Winter.
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The Coos Bay Gas & Electric Co,
Marshfield and North Bend. g
Vncntion dnys nre coming mill going to most every one now,
mid these books nre open doors to the wonderland of nature.
Tho largest selection of gift IjooUs in the city.
NORTON (Ub HANSEN
PHONE 1531 s
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WHY DO PEOPLE BUY IN
It is choice inside residence property, lots 50x100
with alleys, is well sheltered with a good bay view and
prices of lots are reasonable. For particulars see
TITLE GUARANTEE & ABSTRACT CO.
Heary Sengstacken, Manager.
:rigrCT.-t-yir-rTOiCTyii I n I mm HHIIIIIIIMI It
CAb CALL service
AT ANY HOUR
GOOD HtARSt and VEHICLES.
liKIS.XKU. MILLHIt Ai CO.
Livery, Feud und Sale Stable
Third and A Sit.. I'lione, 120J
The coldest weather of the present
3cason wa3 recorded on the instru
ments operated by Dr. Mlngus, local
representative of the weather bureau,
this morning nbout 4 o'clock, when
-he thermometer registered 30 de
crees above zero. This was two de
grees colder than on Saturday night
when 32 degrees were observed at
about the same hour.
Quite a heavy frost resulted from
the change in the atmosphere, the
clear sky last night making the cool
ness noticeable. In various parts of
the city the ground was frozen and
a thin Ice formed, which vanished
with the morning sun. The frost was
too light to damage anything, al
though late vegetables In the farming
districts sustained slight freezing.
According to the records kept by
Dr. Mlngus the rainfall since the first
of September has been about the
average, seventeen and three-tenths
Inches being observed. This is four
inches less than last year for the
same period, which was unusually
Granite and Savory roasters at
the Coos Bay Cash Store.
Dinner sets in Haviland, Ger
man China, and seml-porcelaln at
Gold and Silver detachable han
dle umbrellas at the Red Cross.
M. 1. l'JiXTKHGr.ASS, Master.
Loaves Mar&hflcld 7:30, 9:00.
a:iJ 10:30 a. m., and 1:00,
2.30 and 4:00 o'clock p. m.
Leaves Nor-h Bend ar S:15,
'J.io and 11:13 a. in., und 1:45
3:13 and 5:00 p. "in.
Maker, daily trips except
Sundayb. Fare: One way, 15
cents; round trip, 25 cents.
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: JOHN ABLANDS0N.
l'lnte-glasB Floor Cases-
any BlmiH', kuy style made
to order b,r the Lullco
THE MODERN COMPANY
0kt Follows1 HtillUiits,
: MA'Zten. ?.- JEPZX
COtUMBSA MACHINE WORKS
Cavd.i:jh, Chapman (& Co.
Genend Repiir Wcrk and Woodturaing. Launchw a Specialty
Foot of 0tieen Avenue, Marshfield
ICverytitlng Electrical t 8
I OreT-n Il'rectrical Supply Co. I
For couveniouco of Call pa
trons the Laundry odlco will
be open Saturday evenings until
Phone 571 today. Our wagon
COOS BAY STEAM LAUNDRY
MiuMiiioId and Xoith Mend.
We use the necessary
facilities for sending
money o ail parts of
the wor'd, and without
danger or loss. . .
PIRST NATIONAf BANK OP
COOS BAY, Marshfield, Ore.
M. )t. SMITH, Asent For
CliarlfB A. fetevenn
C'UAK AXO SUIT HOV8B
CHWAOQ V '
Cor. First & a. Bt., MMeM.
The Larack Tiog
henve Murdltficia t h:.i) n, w, I
hciid of the tidi water on Soutb Coop (
WANTED Position as clerk in
store. Housekeeper for respecta
ble widower or shall family. Ad
Mrs. A. F. B. Box 23G, North Bend,
FOR SALE Good hotel for sale,
forty rooms, newly furnished. A
bargain for anyone. Call at Times
FOR RENT Furnished room 4th
street near B. ?S.0O, sign in win
WANTED Young lady for office
work. One with some knowledge
of bookkeeping and typewriting
prefered, but not essential. Ad
dress "JI," care Times.
FOR RENT 5 room cottage, mod
ern, furnished. F. M. Rummell,
over Merchant's store.
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jj Tattle of the Town
i Little grains of fact sifted from
;; the chaff of gossip flying up
.. and down the town.
Sidewalks rmiH' Joy Sidewalks
are being laid along Second street
much to the delight of the residents
of that section of the city. The street
canmt.bo filled in until spring hence
there will be practically no travel
on It this winter.
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KlJJnli Smith Coining Elijah
Smith, cf the Southern Oregon com
pany, is expected on the bay in a
few days for a short stay to transact
business matters of Importance. Mr.
Smith lias not been on tho bay for
several months having been devoting
most of his time lately to traveling
In the east and south.
Irresponsible Youngsters Said
to Have Destroyed Windows
Home for Vacation Tom Bennett,
son of J. W. Bennett of this city, who
Is attending law school at Leland
Stanford University, is expected
home in a few days, having stated
in a letter to his father that ho will
leave there not later than the 20th.
Mr. Bennett may stay out of school
for the next six months as he is six
months ahead of his class In his
Plant Left Sunday Tho steamer
Plant which was scheduled to leave
North Bend yesterday morning at
high tide, loft on time with a full
load of passengers and freight. She
had minor repairs to her machinery
finished in time to load coal at tho
bunkers and continued to transfer
her freight with such dispatch that
sho was all ready for departure on
time. It Is probable that sho will
arrive on her next trip on Saturday.
Away for Vacation Mrs. L. M.
Perry will leave on tho next trip of
tho Alliance for Portland from
where she will continue to Roseburg
to visit about a month with her
daughter Mrs. A. T. Stelner after)
she will return by way of Portland
where the spring stock of millinery
for Mrs. Perry's establishment will
be purchased. Mrs. Michael, of
North Bend will have charge of tho
Perry Millinery store while Mrs.
Perry is gone.
WANTED BOARDERS Table board
can be had in private family by in
quiring at Times office.
SOLD G. E. Noah has sold out his
Interest in his blacksmith shop to
Ed. Colgan. Mr. Noah intends to
open a shop at Sumner in a short
FOR RENT 5 room housb Inquire
first house north of marble
FOR SALE Janus Hot Blast Heater,
WANTED A girl for general
housework one that scan take en
tire charge o house preferred.
Mrs. F. S. Dow.
FOR SALE One lot la Caplef AddU
tion to Marshfield. For particu
lars apply to Mrs. Lucinda Obrte
man, 087 Milwaukee Street, Port
WANTED Bookkeeper would like
few houra work each day or
evening. Address Box 834, Maruh-flold.
WANTED Team work wanted by H.
E Cnoe. 1'hone 1S3.
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Physicians Flock Together Dr.
DIx and Dr. A. L. Housoworth havo
taken office rooms on tho second
floor of the new Flanagan & Ben
nett Bank building at the corner of
A and Front streets. Three doctors
now have rooms in this building and
in speaking about the way tho rooms
are being taken, Mr. J. W. Bennett
stated that it was likely that tho
third floor of the building would be
finished just as soon as possible. It
had been the Intention to leavo this
floor unfinished until such time that
offico rooms were in demand.
A cold and raw atmosphere per
vaded vaded the room of the Flag
staff public school today as tho result
of most of the windows in that struc
ture being put out of commission by
bullets and stones on Sunday. In
spite of a glowing lire the teacher's
teeth chattered and tho attention of
the pupils wandered as the gentle
winter zephyrs passed across tho
room, hurling paper from desks and
causing enough coughing to mako
outsiders think that they were pass
ing a consumptives' hospital.
Citizens of Flagstaff declare that
the damage was dono by reckless
boys yesterday and that tho outrage
in no way resulted from tho recent
division of the school district, which,
makes Flagstaff on ono side of tho
Isthmus Inlet one district, and tho
community on the other side a sep
arate district. It was reported
around town today that this was tho
cause of tho damage being dono by
to the school, but tho inconsistency
of the procedure docs not niko it
Tho citizens on tho east side ot
tho inlet recently pleaded for a sep
arate school district because of tho
danger to their children In crossing
the inlet on their way to and from
the school. By mutual agreement
with tho people of Flagstaff this mat
ter was settled, it is said. The peo
ple on he east side propose to build
their own school at once, whilo tho
Flagstaff population will stand by
District No. IS for their own child
ren. When ' tho damage to tho school
house windows was discovered this
morning the report Immediately cir
culated that it was the result of tho
division, but there appears to bo no
truth in the matter, and that tho de
struction was done by irresponsible
Myrtle Point's new Hank Tho
Flanagan & Bennett Bank at Myrtle
Point which is a branch of tho local
institution was opened this afternoon
at one o'clock with Mr. Supplo in
charge. Tho money with which to
open up was shipped over by Wells
Fargo this morning. This bank,
while a branch of the local bank,
is altogether n separato institution
and has a paid up capital of ?25,000.
Mr. Bennett, in speaking about tho
oponlng of the new bank, stated that
thero seemed to bo a good field for
a good bank at Myrtle Point and Is
of tho opinion that tho now Institu
tion will meet with favorablo business.
Addition to Population Mrs.
Chiug Wing, wlfo of tho partner of
Cow Why, gave birth to a baby girl
yesterday aftornoon in tho Marsh
field hospital, and thereby caused
the local Chineso quartor to get all
"swollPd up on itsolf" over' this
Roosevoltlan precopt. Chlng Wing
had ''but recently returned to Marsh
field with hie Orlontal bride, and he
is a proud and happy father, al
though according to Chlneie tradi
tlotua hn would have boen happier if
'It" hed been a boy. Ching went (p
CI l;vt nuarly a year ago to claim bin
int. ihtvrt after a successful! bu I
'ipgj creer In America and ufi i
sp Un',' his honeymoon In the la,i d
of Ui l.aHvity brought bis bride to
l.i bs-t pjrt of Oregon to realda.
We havo a lino large tract of choico
timber for salo at a bargain for a,
short time only. Full particulars on
Large, well improved homo place,
flno view; close in; good houso and
Fine 80-acro farm on Coos River
Two of the best lots in Bunker
Hill Addition, cleared and graded,
Two very choico lots on Broadway
In business district, $1500.
I. S. KAUFMAN & CO.
Stilletto Razors at Milner's.
with game both in good and bad
weather. Tho ducks aro beginning
to stop on the Henderson mrr:h by
the thousands on tholr way south bo
cause'of the stormy weather.
Beaver Is Fast Tho new boat
launched by William Holland's boat
building plant for the Beavur Hill
Coal company, has been given several
trials in the bay since Friday and
sho is showing a rare burst of speed
for a craft of her size. Mr, Holland
had the Beaver dut yestorday aftor
neen looking for a race with tho
boats running between hero and
North Bend causing considerable In
terest for the passengers of thoso
craft. He went after everything In
sight to find out what speed tho
Beaver had and held his own with the
Express, although the new boat Is
only about half the size of the othfr
and has. but 12 horse power. It
appears that there are uo more than
three boats on fne bay which will bo
able to trim thfe Beaver.
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J'arHdJw- The Coos
' -ua club, liaviUri t!,i
,ii leaf . l onj t ".
t of good duck li . '
'ii'n in h;
Oso furpishi'i" out'
PronieniJders Knjoy Sunsl lnc
hundreds of people in MarshOo I and
No th Bend turned out on 8 nday
to enjoy the first sunshiny da
j.Tiluerdblo period, at least o
!ijj. Broadway, In MarsLflel
its nanicaake in New York,
liveliest part of the city and I
1 ,)i 4.". n to walk frr
'1 to thu ot In and back at
TUu ' i business er
rs oi iii ilniibm.d rip
. y I), m in i rout of vh
in I'i d i a, shiny I
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