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THE DAIIjY COOS BAY TIMES. MARSHFIELD, OREGON,
AVEDNESDAY MAY 22, 1007.
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runusiiEii Kvrnv day excfitino Mon
day AND ALSO WEEKLY BY
The Coos Hay Times l'um.iHitiNa Co.
FRED PASLEY, Editoh.
REX LAUGE, I5usines JIanagkii.
Tho policy of Tho Coos Bay Time?
will bo Republican in politics, with the
independence of which President Roose
velt is tlic leading exponent.
Entered nt the postofilcc nt Mnrshfleld. Ore
gon, for tram-mlsslon through the mails a
second class imill'mattrr.
Single copy, daily, - 5 cents
Per month, daily, - - 50 cents
Three months, daily, - - $1 25
Six months, daily - - f 2 50
Ono year, daily, - - - $5 00
Weekly, per year - - ?1 00
A'Jtlress all communications to
COOS BAY TIMES
How tho railroad Is following up
government reclamation of tho arid
lands of the West Is well shown in
the line just constructed from Hazen,
Nevada, to Fallon, making a straight
line from northwest to southwest
across tho Truckeo irrigation pro
ject. The new road is a branch of
the California and Nevada line of
tho Southern Pacific System. At pre
sent, with the exception of two miles
near Fallon, the road passes through
absolutely and wholly desert land,
but the government irrigators will
soon turn this territory into a rich
Tho Truckeo project was the first
undertaking by the government un
der the law of 1902. When com
pleted It will provide an ample sup
acres of rich land In Western Nev
ada. It Includes- 'the Carson sink
country, which tho government ex
perts say. will make exceptionally
fertile farming land as soon as water
is available, and runs far enough
west to take in the country around
the state capital.
The main featuures of tho work is
a canal 30 miles long to divert water
from Truckee River to the channel
of Carson River where a storage
reservoir Is to bo built. This canal
with sevoial hundred miles of lat
eral ditches Is completed and water
is ready for delivery to about 50,
000 acres, 30,000 of which are pub
lic lands open to homestead settle
When the settleis come they will
find tho Hazen-Fallon Raihoad ready
to distlbutc their products to the
surrounding mining districts, which
will form tho settler's market. The
railroad is of course of great assist
ance to the reclamation service In
transposing its supplies and materials.
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The Reciprocity day or tho Prog
ress club of Marshfield will bo held
on Tuesday of the coming week at
the home of Mrs. J. S. Green at Mlll
lngton. This meeting closes the sea
son for that club's calendar. On Tues
day of the subsequent week a launch
ride and picnic will be given.
Mrs. Robert McCann and Miss Lil
He McCann of East Marshfield have
.returned home after spending a
pleasant week on south Coos river
as the guests of Mrs. E. R. Hodson.
MISS PAINTER'S DEBUT.
Miss Maud Painter made her debut
Into Marshfleld's musical society Fri
day night when she rendered a vocal
solo at the Organ Festival. Miss Paint
er displays wonderful vocal powers.
Her voice has a marvelous range and
expression that mark her at onco a"
a singer of exceptional ability.
p Dr. Bancroft
EYE, NERVE AND CHRONIC
TROUBLES OUR" SPECIALTY
WILL BE AT
Room E, Rodfert Building
Sunday, May 19, 1907
Tho members of tho Biography
club met Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. E. J. Mingus for the
first tlmo in several weeks. Tho meet
ing was cnlled for tho purpose of sel
ecting tho club program for tho en
suing year which will open tho 12th
of September. Tho club will have
year books printed In a short time.
Flanagan & Bennett Bank
Capital Subscribed f W.UOO
("Biittiil 1'uTd Up W,000
UndlWdid I'roflU ,000
Poet, n general biuikttii? business and drawt
ou tho llnnk ol rnllfornla, Hun Kraucisco
L'allttf.lbt National Hank 1'ortUml Or., Ursl
National llank. Kooebure, Or , Hanovor Na
tional Hank, New York, N. M. Kotliclilld A
Boil, IamuIou, England.
Also tell ohaiiKC on nearly all the nrluiipa)
Cities ol Europe
Account kept subject to check, tafe deposit
lock boxes for rent at 5 cunts a month ot
5. a) car
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
t )K Per
p l.iJ Bale
Oakley & Arnold
CIVIL AND MECHANICAL
North Bend, Ore.
Office in Mejreri Bldg.
Wo are pleased to announce that
Foley's Honey and Tar for Coughs,
colds and lung troubles is not affect
ed by the National Pure Food and
Drug law as it contains no opiates
or other harmful drugs, and we rec
commend It as a safe remedy for
children and adults. Red Cross
I can furnish the following
Thoroughbred Eggs at
$2X0 Per Setting
Rhode Island Reds
Barred Plymouth Rocks
JOHN W. FLANAGAN
Send in your orders Now
Eggs Shipped anywhere in the
Sank of ODregmt
(StapUol stork fully ualiuu
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A Record of 2
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the Mayor and
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Sails for San Francisco Saturday, May II
F.S DOW Agent
MARSHFIELD, : : : OREGON
MARSDEN'S COOS BAY BOTTLING WORKS
ROYAL SELECT GAMBR1NUS BOTTLED BEER
Quarts, Pints and One Half Pints.
Phone Orders promptJy attended to. Phone 4B1.
Ice Cream Soda
Coos Bay Specials
If you are, you can como
hero expecting to see many
suits to interest you in our
tremendous and varied stock
of spic-and-span new clothing
for Spring and Summer,
which in style, quality and
assortment is on a par with
Are you a man who ap
preciates good clothing
at within-reason prices?
that shown by the leading clothing establishments
of New York City. If you haven't been in this
Spring to see the splendid values we offer in
you shouldn't delay coming an thor day. You
can't find the equal of this celebrate 1 clothing
anywhere in town under a third more than Ave ask.
Of strictly high-grade, dependable materials, fault
less in cut and tailoring and up-to-the-minute in
advanced fashion, you can make a sol.ction of any
suit at $12 to $30 with every assurance of perma
nent satisfaction and that you got the best value
obtainable at the price you paid.
Your inspection is especially requested of our
Spring Sack Suits at $15
We ask 3 ou to judge these suits by the $18 and
$20 standards of other stores as far as the quality is
concerned, and for stylo, workmanship and finish, with to-measure-made suits
costing $30 or more. Do this and you will surely purchase ono of these suits at
$15 in newest patterned worsteds, cheviots and cassimeres in the fashionable
gray, blue and brownish tones.
Smart Spring Suits for Boys, $2.50 to $12
Clothes made of tested fabrics in handsome patterns, strongly tailored to 'JJK
resist wear and hold their shapeliness permanently values that sell elsewhere
at $3.50 to $15, hero in a great assortment of attractive models at $2.50 to $12.
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MICHHILI. BTiaN A CO.
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vvm cure any case 01 luaney or Bladder Disease not
beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more.
Do not risk having