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DAILY OOPS DAY TIMES, MAKSHFIELD, OKEGON, SATl'ltDAY, JUNK 8, 1007.
In these clays of frenzied advertising any
style is represented as the latest out, up-to-date,
&tc, and so aviso people are booming more
nore careful in selecting their shoe store. Well
Iressed people will do Avell to look to our new shoo
lepartment for the correct thing on shoes The
lame "TAUKAKD" or "JULIA MAKL,UWJS"
shoe is a guarantee of quality and an endorse
lentor a style that is absolutely unquestioned.
Finnish Co-Operative Store
Julia Marlowe Shoes For Women
will be held tomorrow. There will be
a concert by the Coos Bay Orchestra
during the day. Everybody invited.
Come early and get your tables.
North Front Street opposite City Hall
ELEVEN HOUR DAY
C. A. Smith Lumber Mill Will Woik
Atlriltion.il Hour Much Lumber
Owing to the laige amounUof lum
ber to be sawed by the C. A. Smith
mill, the greater n.ut of which Is
needed at the earllost possible date,
the eleven hour day was established
jesterday in place of the ton hour
day which has beon In force in the
past. The facilities for getting logs
to the mill will nlso have to be in
creased at once.
Geo. W. Mai tin et ux, to O.
It. Wlllard, lots 1 and 2, blk
24, Watlclns Extension of
North Add, Coquille, deed,
Marshfleld Land Co., to Laura
Weaver, lots 13 and 14, blk
13, Bay Park, deed. . .Con.,
Alva Doll to John Mitchell,
lots 1, 2 and 3, blk 5, Azalea
Park Add., Qaudon, deed..
n. G. Flanagan et ux to J. J.
Clinkenbeard, lots 9 and 10,
blk. 9, plat A, dlv. 1, deed. .
Marshfleld Land Co. to Chas.
N. Edman, lots 9, 10, 11,
12, 13 and 14, blk. C, Bay
Park, deed Con.,
H. O. Leonhardt to Heimian
Smlthgall, half interest in
lots 21 to 30, Inclusive, blk.
39, Railroad Add., Marsh
fleld, deed Con.,
Henry C. Bowers dt al, to
Anna Gage, lots 13, 14, 15
and 1G, blk. 15, plat A, Ban
gor, deed Con.,
G. W. Temple et ux, to Charles
Thorn, lots 6, 7, 8, blk. CO
and part o lots 4 and 5,
blk. GO, Porter Add. to N.
Bend, deed Con., 3,750
Sadie B. Cook to Joseph P.
Jaeger, lots 1, 2, 3, blk. 2,
Edmonston's First Add. to
Marshfleld, deed Con., 1
It. L. Edmonston et al, to Eliza
beth Shultz, lots 1, 2, 3, 4,
21, 22, 23 and 24, blk. 5,
Edmonston's First Add.,
Marshfleld, deed Con., 1
Mrs. Cornelia A. Tower to F.
A. Krlbs, S of SW Vi,
NW Vi of SW Vi, Sec. 22,
Twp. 25, It. 11, deed. .Con.,
Morton L. Tower et ux, to F.
A. Krlbs, S Vs or NW Vi.
NE Vi of SW Vi, lots 2, 6
and 7, Sec. 22, Twp. 25, It.
11, deed Con.,
Morton Tower et ux, to F. A.
Krlbs, lots 1, 4, 3, Sec. 22,
lots 4 and 5, Sec. 23, Twp.
25, It. 11, deed Con.,
A. E. Bilgham et ux, to C. L.
Trabert, E Vs. of SE Vi , See.
12, Twp. 30, R. 10, deed..
James F. Stevens et ux, to C.
L. Trabert, S Vs o NE Vi.
E of NW Vi. Sec. 24,
Twp. 29, R. 13, deed. .Con., 1
Simpson Lumber Co., to Matt.
Kjelland, lot 10, Blk. 34,
North Bend, deed Con., 5
Sante Fe R. R. Co., to Frank
E. Alley, N Vs of NE Vi,
Sec. 8, Twp. 26, R. 10, deed.
Herman S. Hermanson to
Frank E. Alley, NE Vi, SW
Vi and NW Vi, Sec. 20,
Twp. 2G, R. 10, deed. .Con.,
John F. Swenson et ux, to
Frank E. Alley, NW Vi, Sec.
28, Twp. 26, R. 10, deed. . .
C. O. Gilkey et al, by Sheriff,
to Caroline M. Myers, lot 4,
blk. 2, Coquille City, deed.
M. L. Grout and husband to
Geo. J. Schaefer, lot 5, Sec.
4, Twp. 25, R. 13, deed..
Minerva Lowln to A. Lowin,
lot 1, Blk. , Woodland
Add, Bandon, deed.. . .Con.,
James Richmond to Edith J.
Culln, lots 4 and 9, Blk. 7,
North Add, Coquille, also 1
acre adjoining said lots,
deed Con., 1,000
Jay E. Adams et ux, to James
Richmond, lots 4 and 9, Blk.
7, North Add, Coquille, also
1 aero adjoining said lots,
deed , . . .Con.,
G. A. SIgnalness et ux, to O.
C. Rico, NE Vi of 6E Vi , of
SE yit Sec. 20, NW Vi of
NW Vi, Sec. 21, NE Vi and
SE Vt of NW Vi, NE Vi of
SW Vi, Sec. 29, Twp. 26,
R. 11, deed Con.,
John W. Cook et ux, to II. P.
Gurhea, lots 28 and 29, Blk.
D, Plat A, Bangor, deed..
M. J, McDonald et ux, to F.
Burkholder, lots 7 and 8,
Blk. 56, Elliott's Add, Co
quille, deed Con.,
Frank Burkholder to Albort P.
MUlerHots 7 and 8, Blk.r50,
Elliott's Add, Coquille, deed
J. P. Stemler et ux, to M. J.
Krantz, part of SW Vi of
NE Vi. Sec. 15, Twp. 2S, It.
11, deed Con.,
II. Walleruis et al, to Dora A.
Krantz, S V6 of SW Vi , Sec.
15, Twp. 28, It. 11, deed. .
J. O. Stemler to M. J. Kiantz,
part of SE of NW ,
Sec. 15, Twp. 28, R. lit
Notes from many lands.
Lord Cromer statos that Egyptians
have a pioponsity for hoarding goid
A native who lecontly died left
$400,000 in gold stored "in his house
and many of them possessed of
wealth will borrow money at interest
to conceal the fact. Large quanti
ties of gold coin aro annuallj melted
In Egypt and converted into orna
Consul General J. r. Bray, of Mel
bourne, supplies information con
cerning the Austialian method of as
sessing for municipal taxation which
can be consulted at the buieau of
The export of Canadian apples is
growing under the favorable condi
tions that exist for cold storage on
ocean steamers, etc. A lecent con
signment of Baldwins, packed In
boxes of 125 each, brought in Leads,
England, ?1.44 to $1.56 per box.
The export of British automobiles
and bicycles and parts has greatly in
creased. So far this year's value of
exports aggregates about $1,500,000
dining the first thiee months, neaily
double the value in tho like period of
The exports of opium from India
into China in 1905-C amounted to
G2.938 chests, vaued at $31,572,555,
as against 6G.8G1 chests, worth $35,
411, 4S0, In 1904-5. The export duty
per che&t is $166.66.
Consul R. S. Green writes fiom
Vladivostok that the demand Is small
for English typewriters in that Si
berian port, but that a good sale
might be built up in first class ma
chines supplied with Russian type.
Consul W. H. Gale of Puerto Plata,
advises that tho Cuban Eastern Rail
way Company contemplates extend
ing the Itineiary of the steamship
Oteri so as to Include ports in Santo
Domingo, Porto Rico and Haiti.
Lord Cromer, in his report to the
British government for 190G, esti
mates that Egypt's cotton yield in
ten or fifteen years will be 10,000,
000 cantars (cantar Is 99.05 pounds).
The crop of today is about 6,750,000
The value of the maple sugar out
put of Canada is placed at $2,000,000
which Is supposed to represent three
sevenths of the output of the world.
The adulteration of foods act has
measurably put a stop to the mixing
of cane or beet sugar with maple, as
such mixture must be marked "adul
terated" or "compound."
Commercial travelers in India are
permitted to ply their vocation with
out having to take out licenses, but
foreigners are not allowed to enter
certain states without a pass, which
they have no trouble in securing.
Tho railways make no concessions as
to fares and only a few of tho lines
make concessions as to baggage, but
some of the roads carry baggage at
half tho ordinary rate for overweight
at the owner's risk. In most native
states a duty is levied on tho value of
The following table shows the hlgfr
and low tides at Empire for each day
during tho coming week:
A. M. P. M.
June. h. m. Feet. h. m. Feet.
Sat., 8 5:50 0.2 5:41 2.6
Sun., 9 G:32 -0.1 6:22 2.9
Mon., 10 0:07 8.8 1:17 G.8
Tues., 11 0:38 8.8 1:54 6.7
Wed., 12 1:09 8.7 2:30 6.7
Thurs., 13.. 1:41 8.5 3:05 6.7
FrI., 14 2-14 8.3 3:42 6.7
Sat., 15 2:31 7.9 4:16 6.9
A. M. P. M.
Juno. h. m. Feet. h. m. Feet.
Sat., 8 11:52 7.0 11:33 8.8
Sun., 9 12:37 0.9 0:00 0.0
Mon., 10 9:09 -0.4 6:57 3.2
Tues., 11... 7:43 -0.4 7:30 3.4
Wed., 12 8:15 -0.4 8:02 3.0
Thurs., 13... 8:43 0.2 8:35 3.7
Frl., 14 9:13 0.0 9:13 3.7
Sat., 15 9:4C 0.2 9:57 3.7
To find tho tide hours at other
Coos Bay points, figure as folows:
At tho bar, -0.43; at North Bond, add
0.40; at Marshfleld, add 1.51; at
Milllngton, add 2.15.
Now York, Juno 7. Lead and cop
per, unchanged; .silver, 6G.
Chicago, Juno 7. July wheat
opened 9696c, closed at
9J; barley, 72 75; Northwcstorn,
San Francisco, Juno 7, Un-
Tacoma, Juno 7. Wheat unchanged.
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Coos Bay Paint & Wallpaper Co.
Carry a full line of lastcst styles
in Wallpaper also best paints
Varnishes, Stains Enamels Brushes
LMng, Tacks et,c.
Don't, forget the place 2nd near C. st.
Made -with leather soles
but canvas uppers.
"Fits like your footprint."
1 Made in St. Paul since I
A W I "Fits like your foot- I
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We have opened up in
the Old Dean Building an
up-to-date modern hard
ware store Every thing in
the store is new and com
bined with our long exper
ience in the hardware busi
ness are in a better position
to furnish what you may
need than most of the stores
of this class
A complete line of gener
al Hardware Tinand Gran
ite Ware; Household Sup
plies, Sporting Goods, Oils,
Paints, Varnishes, Builders
Hardware, Carpenters Tools
Stoves, Ranges and Garden
We trust that we may
be able to do a share of your
business and cordially invite
you to call and inspect our
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If you want a shoe
which is fashionable and yet
not freakish, which is com
fortable and yet not clumsy,
wears well and yet is not
too heavy, call for the shoe
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