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TPIE3, aiAnSHFIELD, OltEtiONS TUESDAY, JUXE 28, 1000.
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d low tides nt Empire for each day
ring tho coming week:
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h. m. Feet.
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h. m. Feet.
h. m. Foot.
. . 0:28 10.1 1.52 7.5
...9:07 1.0 9.17 2.8
..9:57 1.1 10:10 2.7
.11:30 0.2 0:00 0.0
. G:03 7.1 G:58 8.2
the tido hours at other
points, figure as folows:
ar, -0.43; at North Dend, add
t Marshfield, add 1.51; at
n, add 2.16.
PERSONS during their
ed will calKun Main 4G1.
lenve-addrcss at Times
atlstVctibn guaranteed. Geo,
Fitting Glasses is no
side line with, us we
devote ourwliolc time
Wo arecquinedto furnish both
and Navigation Co.
THA1N SCHEDIiE NO. 2.
In Effect January 1, 1007.
All previous schedules aro void.
Subject to change without notice.
W. S. Chandler, manager; F. A.
Laiso, freight agent; general offices,
Leavo 9:00 a. m.Marshfleld.
9:30 a. m.B. H. Junction.
9:45 a. m.Coqulllo.
Arrive 10:30 a.m.Myrtlo Point.
Hoftsofiold toads for
usewtor rent.Jf Address
,woman to dVyfamlly
Address . O. Box 31.
nd night. A Serves
l oan furnish tho fqllowing
Thoroughbred Eggs at
$2.00 Per Seiting
I5ar'rcd Plymouth Rocks
JOHN W. FLANAGAN
Send jn ybur orders Now
Eggs hippcd,any where in tho
A-farru of 8kcres on
ok. Addrofcs E. R.
0, Marshfioltl. 5-26-1
Roy or girl, '16 rears old
to learn the cfcjiir making
wages paid whue learning.
ore Times Building, Coos
tcht- and motor boat races, twelve- Wannamoistt
irod bargo racing between tho naval
J8erve3, long distance swimming
.atches, dingy races, tugs-of-war he
reon whale boats, diving machines,
iid exhibition of the Volunteer Life
tving- Corps, a regatta on Seekonk
Iver, automobile and motor-cycle
aclng with hill climbing contests,
bnnis, golf and polo tournaments, a
(icturesque revival of old games, a
frand military parade, composed of
'egulars from Newport, Volunteers,
the Q. A. R and Spanish war veter
Ins, headed by General Tanner and
fia staff, to bo reviewed by Governor
Wiggins and other governors or New
England states, a decorated canoe
jmrade, band concerts and special
'lluminntions In tho evening, the
holo to culminate on Friday even
ng with a Historic Parade of illumin
ated floats embodying tho history and
rogress of Rhodo Island from Roger
yilliams' time to tho present day.
This will be accompanied by a Tater-(o-'Malloh
Cavalcade and the' Carni
faVill closo with a special program
a" tho Civie Centre, where concert
ind dancing pavilions are to bo erect
d'for tho occasion.
And to demonstrate beyond cavil
hat Providence is not only "up to
ate," but up to the day after to
morrow, ahe is negotiating for a fea
iro that will be national and inter
ational in its importance. It is to
a the first balloon race ever held in
'merica and it will go down to
ironautlc history as tho "Provi
Tho man under whose direction tho
pBrairi of sporta will be carried out,
thoroughly qualified for the work
hand, and he has surrounded hlm-
If with a group of chairmen each
whom Is an enthusiastic in his
ocial line. Thoy aro individually
d' collectively working up more
in a local interest in nearly all of
380 events and tho offering of ap
iprlate prizes will be an Incentive
th in and outside of Provldonco as
11, na for large entry lists.
Of tho water sports those that will
Ed' place in the harbor of Narragan
t Bay will probably bo more 1m
tant as they are the more numer
i; They will include nearly every
ng in the nature of yacht racing
iV la possible to that body of water,
ur or five classes of yachts will
apoto, each class having already a
fo number of entries. There will
jo bo sloop racing, a competition by
ageys, and for those who enjoy
teething of a thrilling nature
e will bo a rescue of an over-
own yacht by tho Volunteer Life
Tennis Tournament at Agawam Hunt.
11 a. m., automobile race. 12 m
automobile hill climbing contest. 2
p. m., canoe racing in Roger Williams
park. 8 p. m band concert in Roger
Williams park. 8:30 p. in., illumin
ated canoe parade in park. 9:30 p.
m fireworks in park.
Second Carnival Day ana Day of
Sports 10 a. m., trades parade, sec
ond day of golf tournament, second
day of tennis tournament. 11 a. m.,
motorcycle race ana hill climbing
contest. 12 'm., motorcycle race at
Hills Grove Park. 2 .p. m., race of
30-foot yachts on Narragansett Bay.
2:30 p. m., race of 22-foot yachts.
3 p. m race of 16-foot yachts. 3:30
p. m., race of dingeys. 4 p. m., sloop
rescue by U. S. Life Saving Corps.
4:30 p. m tug of war contest be
tween crews of whale boats. 5 p. m
12-oared barge race between crews of
Newport Naval Reserves. 8 p. mv
concert by band on board bargo an-
cnored off . i. Yacht Club. 9 p. m.,
Illumination of all boats in harbor
and fo all club houses and cottages
on shore. 9:30 p. m fireworks from
barges in harbor.
Last Carnival Day and Military
Day 10 a. m military parade of all
state militia companies, regulars
from Newport, members of G. A. R.
Veterans of Spanish War, Naval Re
serves from Newport, all to be re
viewed by Gov. Higglns, of Rhode
Island, and other visiting governors.
Third day of tennis tournament.
2:30 p. m polo and jousting contest
at Rumford Polp Club. 3 p. m
first balloon race of America, between
seven of tho largest airships In this
country, race to bo known as tho
Providence Cup, prize to winner.
8 p. m., concerts at different band
stands in the city. 8:30 p. ni gen
eral Illumination of tho city, tho civic
centers and public squares. 9 p. m.,
grand historical parade of illumin
ated floats depicting tho history of
Rhode Island and Providence. 10 p.
m., general fireworks.
Mon to work iAys.rwmlll.
& ?2 Jfper day and upward.
Simpson Lumber Co. 8-241tf.
Office opp, Centf ai Hotel
Leavo 10:45 a. m.Myrtlo Point.
10:30 b m.jcoquilie.
12:00 m. B.K. Junction.
Arrive 12:30 p.m.Marshfleld.
Extra trains will run on daily
special orders. Trains to and from
Beaver Hill dally.
W. A. HARINQ
Dealerin Puro Cream Milk
and .Buttermilk. Free de
livery to all parts of fho city.
North Bend, pccRon
E. E. STRAW, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND BtlRClEON
Diseases of the Eyo, Ear, Nose
and Throat a specialty.
Office in Lockhart'a Building.
omco.oppo'Ho Union Fnrnltare Store.
ju io w ana 1 10 o
Speciul Bttentfon pafd to dlseates of the kln
urinary and digestive organs
U. SM'ensIon czamlnci
DR. J. W. INGRAM,
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlco over Sengstackon's Drug Store.
Phones Ofilco 1621; residence 783.
B. M. RICHARDSON,
Physician and Surgeon.
Diseases of eyo, ear, noso and throat
Office in Eidorado Block.
FOR SALE lour acres y land in
SouthlMarshflgld for theAiext sixty
days. Address B. A. IV. 413012m.
FOR SALE A gasoline launch 28 &
feet long, 5-horse-ppwer union
englnfe, 7 feet, beamand 28 feet
scow, beam 8 left. Jno. Emgren,
at your do
: C. Music.
WANTED TO BORROWSBOO for 1
year oJ 2 lots in1jhfjk 25, railroad
addition, on BrJudway. Address
NO 8, caVo Coos Bay Times.
men; must havo li
louse to re:
a Russel Hou,
3D. To lyupclea
Ot At -de-
tlean rags. Ap
"JAP" SUES CITT.
Suit Entered by Restaurant Proprie
tor Against San Francisco.
Washington, Juno 25. According
to private advices received here tho
proprietor of a Japanese restaurant,
attacked in tho recont anti-Japanese
riots, will tomorrow enter suits in
tlio stntn courts of California to re-
tag Corps and several other res-jcovor damages. District Attorney
of overthrown barges, whale Devlin will represent the plaintiff.
Contractors and Builders
PlanWdrawn, estimates fur
nished. Call for Durkee, back
of Hibbardjs grocery store!
An h ouncements:
asa i i lamrasi l i
Open eVery fcveninjr from
7 to 10, and Saturday
afternoons from 2to 5,
week days only.
25 conts ipr use of
15 cerits for those
their owi skates.
10 cents 'admission to
Special attention given to
children Saturday after4
noon. A I
Best of order always!
' Now Reai
Ney' and Modijn
Sample, looms in Connection
NORTH BED, ORE.
E. I. O. FARRIN,
City Attorney. Deputy Dlat 'Att'y,.
Lockhart Building. Marshflold, Oro.
L. A. IiILJEQVIST, MVWyER,
United States Commissioner,
U. S. Land Matters.
Filings, Entries, Proofs, Contests, etc.
(Soulful Btnrit fully uatti xqi
Qlraiiiiartii a nrurral Butiltutjj
Nartl IBsMtb, QDrtgott
D, Lt Avery,
Wet Your Whistle Then Blow
J. r HERRON, Prop.
f .. .. '. .. ..
If you n't see anyfun in
Marshfidd drop arounji to the
shooting gallery on Fr4?nt St.
Prizes offered for best shots
Flanagan & Bennett Bank
irKSHFIE D, ORJ5QON.
Capital subscribed J.W.000
Capital. 1'ald Up 10,000
Undivided Profits fW.OOO
Dock r Rene?al tmnklng business Mid draws
ou the flank of California. Han Krancltco
Calif., First Nalcaal Hank l'ortialid Or., Kirsl
National Oanfc.'JloBebUVg, Or., Hanover Na
tional Bank.'Nov York, N. M. Jlotbchild A
Son, London, England. y
Also sell change .on nearly ail tho principal
cities of Eiirope. - ,
Accounts kept subject to check, safe deposit
lock boxes for rent at 6 cents a month or
IS. a year. ,
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
Nalson Iron Works
P. E. NELSON, Prop
J. W. BENNETT,
Offico over Flanagan & Bonnett
Marahfleld, - - - Oregon.
O. P. McICNIGHT,
Upstairs, Bennett & Waltor block.
Marshfield, , - - - Oregon.
J. W. SNOVEIt
Office: Roger building
COKE & COKE,
We repair all kinds of Machinery,
Steam and Qas Engines, Guns and Bi
cycles. Best of work our Spcoialty. : :
We manufacture Castings In Iron and
Ilronzo for Say Mills and Loggfng
Camps". We make tho best Sheaves aad
Road Bpools for loggers, : : :
PIXLEY & MAYBEE,
Ofilco or6r Myers' Store.
Phono 701 . . . North Bend, Ore.
R fiL BRIQHAM
Real Estate Agents.
DIER LANS' COMPANY
Real Estate Brokers
North Bend, - - - Oregon.
MR. ALBERT ABEL,N
Contractor for Teaming of all Idncls.
Plans atd specificatio
MISSMl. BLACK, AWtron
HospitalX for Burrj;cal and
Medical cases. Rates reason
able, 'Phone 991.
Oakley & Arnold
I CIVIL ND MECHANICAL
North Benid, Ore.
Pdooi1210 Office in MjttiUf.
North Bend, .
M. P, Pendergross, Master
Leaves Marahfleld 7:3fh 9:00,
and 10:30 a. m., and 1;00, 2:30
and 4: op p., mt
Lcavqs North Bond at 8:16,
0:45 and 11:15 a. m., and 1,:45,
3:15 and 5:00 p. m
Makes dally trips except Buu
days. Faro: One way, 15
cents; xound trip, 2 R cenfn.
IjiiIIom niufacnts'guni cilfo-Utan
McPherson :Giiiser Co.
Wholesale liquor dealers
Cigars and saloon sup
plies. California Winex a Special!
Front St., Marshfield
MARSHFIIrip and NORTtBEND
All work now doni at
theN'orth Bend Plait
North Bend Ph
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