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XIEE DA1LT OOOS BAr TIMES, MARSTfFIKLD,
OKEUON TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1000.
" "lWiW""1 m n
Meeting Nights and Officers
Of Coos Bay Orders
Blanco Lodge, No. 48, A. P. & A.
jl. Richard Walter, W. M.; Nor
rs Jensen, Secretary. Meets third
Thursday of each month, Masonic
Arego Chapter, No. 22, R. A. M. H.
Lockhart, High Priest; Albert See
jlg, flocretary. Meets fourth Wed
nesday of each month, Masonic
pacific Commandcry. C. W. Tower,
Eminent Commander; Albort Seo
llg, Secretary. Meets fourth Mon
day of each month, Masonic Tem
ple. Doric Chapter, No. 53, O. E. S. Mrs.
Marsh, W. M.; Mrs. O. Macarty,
Secretary. Meeta second and
fourth Tuesdays, Masonic Temple.
Sansct Lodge, No. 51, I. O. O. F.
L. Plauz, N. Q.; Is. Lando, Secre
tary. Meets In Odd Fellows Hall.
Sunset Encampment, I. O. O. F. A.
'flagenmelster, C. P.; I. Landon,
Scribe. Meets first and second
Tuesdays, Odd Fellows Hall.
Western Star Lodge, Rcbckulis. Mrs.
Tom Coke, N. O.; Mrs. Lizzie But
ler, Secretary. Meets second and
fourth Wednesdays, Odd Fellows
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS.
Myrtle Lodga, No. 3, K. P. Chas.
Nordstrom, C. C; Tom Hall, Keep
er of Records. Meets first and
third MondayB, K. P. Hall.
Pythian Sisters, Laurel Temple, No.
38. Mrs. Bessie Nicholson, M. E.
C; Mrs. Nollio Whereat, M. of R.
and C. Meets first and third Wed
nesdays. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Camp No. 100, W. O. W. W. P.
Murphy, C. C; W. U. Douglas,
Clerk. Meets second and fourth
Tuesdays, Odd Fellows Hall.
Coos Bay Circle, No. 164, Women of
Woodcraft. Mrs. Nora Daly, G. N.
Mrs. M. Cowan, Clerk. Meets
second and fourth Mondays, Odd
FOR SALES VouBohold goods for
sals and banso for rontX Address
Mrs. J. F,. Bowman, MaraWfleld.
WANTEDi-JL woman to dofamily
washingy Address . OBox 31,
OEM REStVuRANT, NORTO BEND.
Open daV and nlghtX Serves
overythMlgthe market fcfWds.
FOR SALE! Ji. wru of 86 jfcres on
Danlols' CrAfe, AddreVs E. R.
Jones. Boxzlv. Marshfllo, 5-26-1
FOR SALE) ii small Improied'farm.
This la a WMjain. ApplyVat Hall
& Hall's offlVws. y 6-1-1
m i .
WANTED Boy or girl, 1C
or over, touearn the clga
trade: wage paid while
Apply ofenArimea Buill:
WANTEB-Men to work IV
wages JS2Aner day ant
FOR SALE Vadr acres of lank In
South ilarshleld for the neijf sixty
days. JAddyfeB B. A. 11. 4l4ttl2m.
WANTED JIJO Neckties tiilean
and ptessYB cents each. Unique
FOR SALE A gasollneiunch 28
feet Jong, 6-ftorscKpower union
engine1, 7 f eet foodm and 28 feet
scow, beam 8 feot. Jno. Emgren,
NOTICE-HPro Jersey mflkJelivered
at youYYdoor. East wrt Dairy.
Eton Mtnun. dellveryraai
FOR RENT Office roojtffl in Rogers
Building fronting! ori A street. Ap
ply to A O. Rogers. 6t
FOR SALE. Parties leaving city
will soil their household goods at
sacrifice One nenrdrop-head Sin
achno ana new sietu
thfo lot. Enquire at
ladway, near Cemo-
tery; also, no'
house for rent.
-A dlshwasherVat Hotel
WANTED Tb-BORROwT J500 for 1
year on 2 lotaVnI"5ck 25, railroad
addition, on Broadway. Address
N68, caro Coos Bay Times.
RED MEN. caslons, his conversation, though
Coos Tribe, No. 33, Improved Order marked by th0 changing humor
of Rednicn. P. A. Sacchi, Sa- which was natural to him, more often
chom; George Farrln, Keeper of, than with most public men who I
FacorSr. Meets Thursdays, Redillflvo known, took n serious turn and
We Jinjj, I dwelt with tho great social problems,
EHvaNAL UmIOX OP AMERICA. tno solution of which seemed always
T. Nlcols, F. M.; Mrs. Nellie Owen,
Secretary. Meets first and third
Tuesdays, Old Masonic Hall.
GRAND ARMY OP THE REPUBLIC.
linker Post, No. 8, Department of
Oregon. W. E. Thorpe, Com
mander; I. S. Kaufman, Adjutant;
C. W. Tower, Q. M. Meets second
Tuesday each month, Longshore
W. M. Hagqulst, President; John
Backman, Secretary. Meets first
and third Wednesdays, hall over
Mnrshfleld Aerie, No. 538, Fraternal
Order of Eagles. T. J. Lewis, W.
P.; H. McLain, secretary. Meets
every Wednesday evening in Ea
gle's Hal on Front street, at 8
Degree of Pocahontas. Sacajawea
Council, No. 9. Meets first and
third Thursdays. Maggie Welder,
Pocahontas; Ora McCarty, Keeper
Note. The Times would like to
print tho name and meting nights
of every lodge on Coos Bay. This
Directory is for the general Infor
mation of the public and no charge
is made. If North Bend organiza
tions will send their names in the
same will be appreciated. Editor.
EULOGY ON BAYARD
Judge Gray referred briefly to the
professional career of Mr. Bayard,
and then dwelt upon his personal
charms, his intensity of nature and
brilliancy of intellect, saying that he
held thoso sentiments tho governing
force of his life.
Continuing he said:
"Mr. Bayard may have had his
faults, though his friends found It
hard to discover them. I know that
some that wer impuned to him grew
out of that very while souled devo
tion to duty, as it was given him to
see It, that characterized his public
life. Thn high standards of conduct
set forth by him in his public utter- i
ences were never lowered in tho in-
tlmacles of private life. On such oc-
THE FINEST LINE
in Coos County. 1 All the
standard! makes in the
most beautiful designs.
to fill his mind and heart with anxi
ous solitude for his country and her
This community has hardly yet re
covered from its first sense of loss.
We all missed and still miss, the us
tnining presence of his strong, virile
nature. Tho sun seemed to shine
less brightly after he left us, and
'The mourners went about tho
streets.' But ho has left us tho lega
cy of his good name and the memory
of his upright life. Wo are all bet
ter that he lived among us. Let us
lovo the things that ho loved the
simple life, the unostentatious per
formance of each day's duties and
let us imitate him in the considera
tion of ourselves to tho service of
humanity In our day and generation."
TUG ROSCOE COMES.
Tho tug Roscoe arrived from tho
Siuslaw yesterday with tho schooner
Hugh Hogan In tow. The Hogan Is
to receive the rest of her cargo of
lumber for shipment to San Fran
cisco, at this port. Captain Johnson
of the Roscoe reports a heavy fog
at sea and accounts for the delay In
th0 arrival of tho Casco from San
Francisco in that manner.
The following tablo shows tho high
and low tides at Empire for each day
during the coming wook:
A. M. P. M.
June. h. m. Feet. h. m. Feet.
Tues., 25.. 6:42 1.5 6.32 2:8
Wed., 2G.. 7:32 1.8 7:27 2.8
Frl. 28 2:07 9.7 3:32 7.8
Sat. 29 2:58 9.2 4:23 7.9
Mon. 1 4:5G 7.8 6:03 8.1
Tue. 2 0:25 2.3 12:28 1.0
A. M. P. M.
Juno. h. m. Feet. h. m. Foot.
Tues., 25.. 13:00 7.3 0:00 0.0
Wed., 26... 0:28 10.1 1.52 7.5
Frl. 28 9:07 1.6 9.17 2.8
Sat. 29 9:57 1.1 10:16 2.7
Mon. 1 11:36 0.2 0:00 0.0
Tue. 2 6:03 7.1 6:58 8.2
To find the tide hours at other
Coos Bay points, figure as folows:
At tho bar, -0.43; at North Bend, add
0.40; at Marshfleld, add 1.51; at
Millington, add 2.15.
Fitting Glasses is no
sideIire with t$s wc
devote our Awhole time
to it ,
ES T GOODS
We arc equiped to furnish both
F. J. HAYES
I can furnish, the 'following
Thoroughbred Eggs At
$2.00 Per Setting
Rhode Island Recta
JOHN W. FLANAGAN
Send in your orders Now
Eggs Shipped anyfvhere hi tho
Office opp. GentralV Hotel
r""Mirri'iiTTyimnr-"' iwn i. mriM.t;.ttnF-
Open every evening fiom
7 to 10, 'and Saturday
afternoons fiom 2 to"1 5,
week days only.
25 conts 'for use of Rink
15 cents for those using
their own skates:
10 'cents admision to
Special attention given to
children Saturday after
noon. V '
Best of order always
D, L' Avery,
If yot don't see anvfun in
Marshfielodrop around to the
shootinggallery on FrSnt St.
Prizes offered for .bcstNshots
Flanagan &, Bennett Bank
MAUSIIFIK D, OKEGON.
Capitni l'aid UpWiO.OOO
Does a cctiorfll banking bublnct
3 and draws
ou tho iiailkot CnlUornlii,
Uttill., First Nuticnai iianic r
National Borik.KosobtiVg, O;
and Or.. Firsl
tional llaulc, ew York,
Son, London, Iuigland.
Also sell clinngo on ncar;
clicck, safe deposit
cents a month or
lock boxes far ipiit
j. a y jar.
INTEREST PAID pN TIME DEPOSITS
Oakley & Arnold
S CIVIL AND MECHANICAL
North Bend, Ore.
Office la Mjrtrt Bid;.
and Navigation Co.
TRAIN SClIED'ILE NO. 2.
In Effect Jnnunry 1, 1007.
All previousschedules are void.
Subject to ohango without notice.
W. S. Chandler, manager; F. A.
Laisc, freight jngent; general offices,
Leave 9:00 at m.Marshflold.
9:30 al m.D. H. Junction.
Arrive 10:30 am.Myrtlo Point.
Except Sunday, y
Leave 10:45 a. m.My-tlo PoInL
12:00 m! l). I. Junction.
Arrive 12:30 p.rnMarshflcld.
Extra k-alns wlllrun on dally
special orders. Trainso and from
Denver Hill dally.
Dealer inPnro Cream 3filk
nnd Uuttermilk. Fiei' de
livery to all paits of ttie'Tjity.
North Bend, - Ocegon
i Now Ready.
J TEL OREGON
New and Moderji
lo 'looms in.Coimection
RTH BEJD, ORE.
Sauk M Wi?rjott
CSattiial atotU titlnt vau nu
Srmmarta a nntrral IBaiiliiwo
Wet VouV Whistle Tlin Blow
J.m. HERRON, rop
front SiteetA: : Marflilleld, Oreeon
F.',n. NELSON. Prop
Wo repair lall k;
Iteam and QilUnR
Steam and QiiUnKlnes, Guris and 131-
cj clcs. DestJif vork our Spocllty.
Wo manufacture Castingsinlron and
llronzefor faaV Mills aild U-oBBing
Camps: Wo make tho beiu sneilvea rku
Uoadfipools for loggers.
MARSHF1ELD, - - OREGON i
R Hi BRfoHAM
0 inriiiTnnT Awn SUPPlMVTPWnPNT
aiVllllLVl H1W JU1IIUH1UWWU
Plans mid snecifications
madofor all classes, of
M. P.,Pendcrgra$$, Master
Leaves Marshflold 7:309:00,
and 10:30. m., and HO0, 2:30
and 4:00 n. m.
Leaves North Bend at8:15,
9:45 and lll5 a. nl, and :4G,
3:15and 5:00 p. in.
Makes dally, trips except Sun
days. Faro: One way, IB
nts; zound trlnt 2R ceuH,
Steam yDyc Woi;ks
iC Street, '
l4iilioi mu1 aunts' gui it fjiU .-lean
' edordyi'il. ,
PhllQi Bwker, Pryfiricoi.
E. E. STRAW, M. ii.
Diseases of the Ee, Ear, Noi
and Throat a specialty. k
Onicb in Lockhart'a Building.
Ofllco opposite Union Furniture store. HoiT
10 td lnnd 2 to 6 7
SpocliU attention pnfdito diseases of the t
urinary and digestive organs
im. .7. w. iNOitui,
Physician, and Surgeon.
Offlc over Sengstacken's Drug Store.
i . i . i I
Phones Offlce 11621; residence 783
IJ. M. RlCniVKDSON,
J. ..... 1
i-iiysicJiui nnu ourgcon.
Diseases of eye, ear. nose and thro
a specialty., '
e. jj. o. iparrin:
City Attormy. Deputy Dlst. Att.
Lockhart Bi tiding1. Marshfleld, Oi
L. A. LILJEDVIST, IJAVYER, t
United ,S(Jitcs Commissioner,
U. S. Land Mutters. ,
Filings, Entries, Proofs, Contests, etc.
J. M. UPTON,
J. w. RENNETT,'
Ofllco over Flanagan & Bennett
O. Fr McKNIGIIT,
Upstairs, Bennett, & Walter bloc
Marshfleld,! - OregorT
J. W. SNOVER
Offlce: Rogon building I
i ar. ihmu. l
COKE & COKE,
PIXLEV & MAYBEE,
. . raNorth Bond, On
' Real;Gstafe Ascents.
' ns pss. '
DIER IiAN COMPANY
Rcalt EstAto Brokers
North BontfA W
MR. -ALBERT DEL,
Contractor for XHaming of all kinti
Wholesale liquor dealers
Cigars ancyBaloof sup
California Wmt, a, Specialty J
J- t - . - T
MARSHFIflDWl NORTH BEND
Ill work tow done at
Jhl North ffieVd Plant
a I iM i
' Agent, Marshfreld
North BpndPO 1()l )
Marshficld Pit? 'i f 0' f