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About The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957 | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1907)
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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES. MARSHFIELD, OHEGOX,
THURSDAY MAV 23, 1007.
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FRED PARLEY, Editor.
REX LARGE, Busikkss Manager.
fOR SUNDAY'S FIGHT
Tho policy of The Coos Bay Times
vill bo Republican in politics, with tho
independence of which President Roose
velt is the leading exponent.
Entered nt the pototllce at Miuslificld. Ore
gon, for trRiifcinlsMon through the malls a
second clft's mall'inattcr.
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COOS BAY TIMES
When asked regarding the bridge
which is to be built across Coal Bank
Slough for the use of the C A Smith
Lumber and Manufacturing company
James H Flanagan who has the
overseeing of the work in. hand,
stated that the matter was In the
hands of Oakley and Arnold, cIyII
engineers of North Bend and that
in a short time thler plans would
be ready to submit to Colonel
States Engineer Corps at Portland.
A draw bridge is to be Installed.
Active work will commence about
the middle of June.
The city council has taken action
for the Improvement of the streets
leading to the bridge, and the work
will be completed ready for the lay
ing of the narrow gauge track as
soonas the bridge Is In.
LA. LILEJQUIST GETS
Honorable Charles E. Wolverton,
judge of tho United States district
court for Oregon has appointed L.
A. Lilejequist United States Com
missioner at Marshfield. As an of
ficer of the court Mr. Lilejequist Is
permitted to take filings and proofs
and to hear contests in United
States land matters. He has a limit
ed jurlsdlstion In all matters rela
tive to tho violation of the federal
statues. He also has power to take
depositions and report testimony up
on order of tho United States court
In any pending there-In including
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cities J Kiinuic,
AccofintskeYtsiibJeft to ehrek, Safe, deposit
lock linxes fun rent Sit 5 I'lfnU atnnmth or
15. a jcar
INTEREST PAID ON TlME DEPOSITS
Jack Williams has secured a good
sparring partner In tho person of
Paddy Coyne of Eureka. Coyne start
ed to work today and "the two men
had a good workout. Williams la
very close to weight, and declares he
can make It eaisly in two days. He
says he will be In the best condition
in for years on next Sunday after
noon. Ross Isreported to be training
hard and It is romered there is a
lot of Ross money in sight. Ross says
he will have no excuse for lack of
TO OUIt CUSTOMERS
Wo are Vleased to annotnee that
Foley's HonW and Tar forycoughs,
colds and luW troubles Is nit affect-
tional Pure Jpod and
it contains io opiates
ul drugs, adwe rec-
safe remedy for
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CIVIL AND MECHANICAL
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MARSDEN'S COOS BAY BOTTLING WORKS
ROYAL SELEOTGAMBRINUS B0JJ;LED BEER
Quarts, Pints and One Hsuf Pints.
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Are you a man who ap
preciates good clothing
at within-reason prices?
If ou are, you can come
hero expecting to see many
suits to interest you in our
tremondous and varied stock
of spic-and-span now clothing
for Spring and Summer,
'which in style, quality and
assortment is on a par with
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
3rou shouldn't delay coming an ,ther day. You
can't find the equal of this celebrate 1 clothing
anywhere in town under a third more than we 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 selection 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 tho 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 one of these suits at
$15 in newest patterned worsteds, cheviots and cassimeres in tho 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
resist wear and hold their shapeliness permanently values that sell elsewhere
at $3.50 t6 $15, hero in a great assortment of attractive models at $2.50 to $12.
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