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COOS BAY BRIEFS
Editorial Rooms - - - - 1331
Drain stage leaves MarsUi-
field at 5:30 a. m., returning.
$ arrives at 1:00 p. m.
4. 4, .t, a a .. & .j, .;. .j. .$. .. :
llliinco. AV. F. McDanlel anil wife,
Cotiullle; J. S. Gray, North Bend;
Chas. J. Hcdwall, Minneapolis; A. B.
Chadbournc, Drain; P. Goldenuorg,
Portland; George T. Moulton, Co
quille; Fred. A. Krlbs, Portland; B.
McMullln, Roscburg; Win, Coach,
13andon; P. Neater, Portland; Jennie
McNeel, Gardiner; Mrs. E. W. Gregg,
Henry Blschop, San Francisco; G. A.
Clark, North Bond; Chas. Wortlen,
Mouasha, Wis.; D. Gordon and son,
Pendleton; Edith Sanders, G. A. Sig
ualness, C. II- Oilman, Theodore An
derson, Roseuurg; W. A. Hlllls, Port
land; John D. Roberts, Portland; El
mer Tuckness, B. M. Watson, C. E.
Slocum, J. O. Laskoy, W. II. Morgan,
Daniels Crook; Wm. Lacoy, Felix Mc
'Kcan, Snohomish, Wash.; J. J.
O'Nell, Bandon; M. M. Strawn and
Season's First Door. Georgo Fcr
roy, A). Waterman and W. A. 111111b
roported In-Marshfleld with the first
deer of the season. Tho trio went
out to James Ferry's ranch on Isth-
, mus Inlet Sunday night and got up
early Monday morning. Mr.- Illllis
lnnded a good-sized buck beforo
breakfast and tho boys returned to
town soon afterwards. Tho head is
on exhibition at the Gunnery. Georgo
said tho deer dressed about a hun
dred pounds. Tho ranch is about
twelve miles from Marshfleld.
Funeral of .T. W. Thrush. The
funeral of J. W. Thrush, killed last
week by an explosion in the Ten MHo
"country, was hold yesterdny after
noon at 2 o'clock In tho Baptist
church, Rev. W. D. Thurston preach
ing tho sermon. Tho burial was
mado in the Odd Fellows Cemetery.
Tho gasolono boat Express brought
the Empire relatives and friends to
Marshfleld for the obsequies.
Veteran Sees Gamer It. E. L. Be-
dlllon, old-time manager of the fa
I Something That Will Appeal to Yowr Parse If Yon
I are Contemplating the Purchase f a Talking Machine.
Phone Main 1 44 1
mous Bandon ball team which was
capable of trouncing any of the coast
teams, was hero to wlthess the de
feat of the modern ball club that city
now supports. Mr. Bedlllon is en
gaged in more sedate things these
days, and is manager of the Bandon
Builds Now Boat. Dr. J. T. Mc
Cormac is having a new boat built
at the Timmerman boat building
establishment. The craft will be
45 feet in length, with an eleven
foot beam, and its depth will be five
feet. Tho boat will be used for
towing rafts from the booms up
Isthmus Inlet to the various mills
about tho bay. It will employ gaso
lene as power and be supplied with
a thirty horse-power Standard en
gine. Mr. Timmerman says the boat
will be ready for' tho water in about
Partner Wanted. In auction
house, In 'another ,town. Big money
for right party. Snap. Coos Bay
Auction Co., 2nd street, bte. B & C.
ltota About Itcnily. The Gasco Is
making Empire once each day during
the repair work on the old reliable
Rota. Tho Reta will be taken to the
Rogers way on Coos' River today and
there receive the finishing touches
which will equap her for resuming
her regular semi-dally trip to the
former county seat.
Central. J. McDonald, bun Fran
cisco; Geo. A. Gage, Coquille; O. C.
Rico, Conuille; J. F. Tanner, South
Inlet; Geo. W. Marshall, Tacoma;
Mr. Skinner," L. D. Smith & Sons, R.
F. Quick, Ro3eburg; Chas. Swanson,
Coos River; Louis Glrrard, Beaver
Hill; Sheriff Gage, Al. Smith, Lon.
Grard, Frank Pritchard, North Bend;
Partner Wanted. Lady witli
some capital to take charge of a first
class rooming house. Big money
and easy work. Snap. Coos Bay
Auction Co., 2nd street, between B
and C. Telephone 874.
Brick Scarcity. An example of the
scarcity of brick on Coos Bay was
shown when the Rogers interests
weie obliged to tear down an old
chimney in older to get brick for
building a new flue In theor remod
eling, which has been going on for
For Sale Store doing good
business. Owner Rick. Small capi
tal. Coos Bay Auction Co., 2nd St.,
bet. B and C. Telephone 874.
Visits Siuslaw Country. A. P.
Goss returned from tho Sluslaw
country on Sunday, having spent
EDISON OUTFIT NO. 1.
Edison Gem, complete with latest Improved wood fibre horn and oile dozen records,. (your own selection) - "
Eastern catalogue house prices
Saved by buying of W. R. Haines Music Company .
EDISON OUTFIT NO. 2. y
Edison Standard Machine, complete with latest improved wood fibre horn and one drizen recoravfyour own selection)
Edison Home Machine, 24-inch metal horn, including horn stand, one dozen records (your own selection) $37.00
Eastern catalogue house price (wait six weeks for your records) I ' $37.50
Saved by buying of W. R. Haines Music Company : ,50
We carry in stock all styles of Victor and Edison Talking Machiries; deliver the goods to your door, at the same prices and less than you can
get the same goods for by sending away. Call and we will be pleased to show you our stock of Pianos and Players, Baby Grand Pianos and
Upright Pianos of all the latest styles and finish, including Chapel and Parlor Organs, Violins, Guitars, Mandolins, Sheet Music and Musical Mer
chandise and complete stock of FRANK H0LT0N BAND INSTRUMENTS.
Corner C. Street three Doors West of Front Street.
COOS BAY TIMES, MARSrlFlELD, OREGON. TUESDAY. JULY
two weeks in looking ovor tho in
ducements That section has to offer.
Ho is well pleased with the country
and wits its prospects, and found tho
Hurd mill making Improvements that
will triple its capacity of 35,000 feet
Hotel Man Hero. Mr. Ed. Gallicr,
partner In tho Hotel Gallicr, of Ban
don, who was here Sunday, accom
panied by Mrs. Gallier, informed the
Times that the hotel is undergoing
improvements, chief among which Is
an addition, mado necessary by tho
icreased custom 'which is reaching
that city. Mr. Gallicr was former
deputy sheriff of Coos county.
Airhod From Roscburg. Messrs.
G. A. Signalnoss, Carl Ohman and
T. Anderson arrived yesterday from
Roscburg over tho C003 Bay wagon
road. Tho former will go up Coos
river today to look at some timber
lands, whilo tho other two gentle
men will linger about here and look
the real estate situation over.
FIjw to Resume Run. Captain
Pendergrass expects to put tho Fler
on tho run between here and North
Bend tomorrow morning, after ' a
week's Idleness for repairs. A new
galvanized iron water tank has been
put in the boat and some other slight
Itcioo Central Hotel Offlrc
Tho Central hotel office Is a thing
of the past, the furniture and fix
tures having moved out yesterday to
make room for the Prentiss Co., who
will occupy tho Front street room in
a day or so with its racket store.
James Dodders Here. James
Dodgers, one of the popular traveling
men from San Francisco, who makes
this tenitory every two months, 13
here to see his customers.
AVI 11 Rebuild Shlpyanl. It was re
ported by business men from Bandon
who were here on Sunday that tho
Pi ice shipyard will resume business
as soon as arrangements can be com
pleted for rebuilding.
Dislocates Knee. Thomas Harvey
was taking an enforced rest yester
day. He met with an accident Sun
day which dislocated a knee which
was weakened during his football
Breakwater Coming. The steam
ship Breakwater left Portland last
night for Coos Bay witli the follow
ing passenger list, and should be here
enrly on Wednesday:
Sturih .Tob Plant. C. S. Dodge, a
lato arrival from the East, has or
dered a job plant 'and will open a job
printing plant in the Gow AVhy build
ing on First street.
this machine and save you a
EDISON OUTFIT NO.3,
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C. A. Smith Donates $100 To
ward the Marshfield Pub
THE TOTAL IN NOW $1169
Believed Eiioua.li AVI1I Have Boon
Raised To Stall l'inclk-nl
AVork By Fall.
The Marsh field library fund re
ceived a fine addition yesterday
through a gift of $100 by C. A.
Smith. This community has come to
appreciate the spirit of cpoperatlon
which Mr. Smitji has shown toward
it. The library committee feels
deeply grateful for tho donation, as
it will add conslcleiubly to the total
It is tho belief that by Fall enough
money will have been raided to ttiko
material steps toward the establish
ing of the library. Following is the
complete list of subscribers to date
to tho Marshfleld public library
fund. It will bo remembered that
Andrew McClelland has offered to
donate an additional $300 when' the
subscriptions jahall have reached
Dr. J. T. MeCormac $100
Attorney W. U. Douglas 00
Henry Sengstacken 100
Herbert Lockhart 50
J. M. Blake 100
I. S. Smith 100
J. W. Bennett 100
Coos Bay Gas & Electric Com
pany, by- Seymour Bell 100
Andrew McClelland 100
James Flanagan 100
F. B. Waite 50
Dr. E. Mingus 50
John S. Cope 50
C. A., Smith 100
Cut Price Bazaar 9
D. L. Avery 10
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Structure Will Be Equipped
With Every Modern Con
THREE STORIES IN HEIGHT
Elevator Shaft In South AVlng
Lumber and Brick In
Mar3hnold's now hotel, announce
ment of which was made in Sunday's
Times, will solvo a long perplexing
question on Coos Bay. The structure
when convicted will bo three stories
in height, covering a ground space of
lOOxSO feet. It will bo equipped
with tho most modern equipment
tlnoughout. On tho first floor will
bo the hotel, kitchen, dining loom,
offipo, cafe, bar and loading room.
The basement will contain tho steam
heating plant; also the quajters for
tho stah'. The second and third
floors will bo used as guest rooms.
On the -second will bo a commodious
The establishment will have a pi.
vate telephone exchange and each
room will be equipped. While there
will not be bath rooms In each apart
ment, they will be placed in such
close proximity that guests will not
bo inconvenienced. Tue building will
be in tho shapo of an L, the long
sido being on C street and tho 80-foot
frontago being on Second. This will
leave a space In the rear of tho build
ing about 00x00.
Over this space Mr. Gibson will
erect a frame roof and will have a
billiard room, and club and reading
room combined. There will also bo a
barber shop with baths in connec
tion. Tho building will bo constructed
with an insjde framework of lumber
surfaced with veneered brick. It is
estimated that the cost' when com
pleted will bo between $40,000 and
$55,000. The site on which the
hotel will be erected was purchased
for $15,000. There are two houses
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which will have to bo moved beforo
tho first work of excavating for the
basement can be begun. Tho draw
lug of tho plans for tho hotel will bo
lot in a short time, ns Mr. Gibson
wishes to complete the building as
soon as possible. Tho C. A. Smith
Company will furnish tho lumber for
In the south portion of tho build-
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which nn elevator will bo placed
when tho business demands.
THE COOS BAY
Miti-i-iinitu Lino AVI11 Givo Tills
Section Important Coast
Portland, July 15. To Coos Bay,
Oregon, which la probably the best
harbor between Pugot Sound and San
Francisco, is being built a railroad
which will put tills country for tho
first time in direct touch with older
rivals for commercial supremacy of
tho Pacific coast. Tho road is the
Oregon Western, now under construc
tion by tho Southern Pacific from
Drain, on its main line, to Coos Bay,
73 miles southwest.
Miss Mary Brown, accompanied by
Miss Mcintosh, returned from a visit
to C003 River yesterday.
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