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About The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957 | View This Issue
i Lack of Funds-Prevents Prose
, ctipn of Offenders
, AflainstJState. ,
tt.J-fJ 5. .. kJ
ApproiirlAlloiia ior xiilsJHtntc 'lime
. Ur wjg w Jr IS if
... .Incurred. ,
y An idea of th6 cost 'of prosecuting
violators tij6 fedoral Jaws in Cro
ft gon can bo gained by tbe fact that
Unltod States .Attornoy William C.
Bristol" has "made? a .ropuisitionfor
' JGOjOOO-wlth which to carry on the
' w6rk. This' money is used only for
witness and jury fees and doest not
r pay, tho salaries o'f the, employes cn
i gaged in the work or the expenses
of the court. '
". vIni190G -the - government-rspent
85,0QQ. from March until Septem-
t 'ber fn.prespnting ovidenoe before the
y grand -Jury and in trying land frauds
H cases. This year $7,000 was spent in
K' securing indictments; of thfs amoupf
$3,f50(r'was spent in Indicting the
t fufniturof trust. iTjiat case has-been
amounting tb MfTTttahave' already
''been nald to the Government. .There
' flaro still, G7 members to appear in
f ' Jcourt, and thesp will jirobably yield
V another, $r,00i) jn finba.
I v BocauBoof tho lack of funds, the
y";overnmont had to dismiss tlie grand
ury JasmonUi leaving agreat deal
. 'of work nnaccomnlishcd. 'Sir. Brls-
, -tcl stated in court that he regretted
rji sklngfor, ;nn ordr( dismissing the
i?j. 'irand jury because of tho organiza
$; "lion It had'effectedanij tho manner
v ltuvhlch it was jierlormlng its work.
Tho. same condition prevailed In all
w western statos, and ciiticlsms of the
niggardly' appropriations of Con
" gross for the judicial department arc
t$i freely made; A significant facf con
' nected with' the" niall appropriations
j made for tills department is tho mini
's ber of Western men on the committee
i' qt. appropriations, in '(he 'Senate
whoro a bill was killed' which, asked
f,, for $2 50,000 with which to Investi-
if gatq land conuitions'.throughout tho
! country. '" i
Although Mr. Brtetof has asked 'ror
- $50;000 to prosecute the Oregon de
fendants it is by no means certain
, liq will get' it. Only. $12,000 was1
maii1projirJo.te4 for.the.-trial of tho Ben-soh-H'yd'o
case in Washington, which
nfeansttiat lih'o iase, will' Save" tq go1
ovpr iinlil noxt year. At least $100,-
opp was-neoded (or.-thg Benson-Hydei
case, in wmen more man ouu wit
nesses,' most of whom live on tho
Pacific coast, will have to be taken to
Washington at tho" government ex-
X ponse. '''
Tho visit of Secretary barfield tills
week1 is expected to result in much
.4 good f or tho Portland office. It Is
belloved that if ho can seo tho
.r amount of work being done.and tho
igreatj, flejld wfiich has notyot been
' touched upon, ho will lend his In-
ji fluonco to have; Oregon-appropriations
E made aa largo, as possible. ,' l ,
B. D. Jones was in Marshfield on
'BH. Sawer, ot North Be'n'd, was
Ki P: A.-Krebs, tho millionaire tim-'
itborman of -Portland, is on Coos .Bay.
JMIss Annie Berry and mother spent
J Monday in Marshfield." ' '
k Miss Eleanor Jlolm spent Monday
I in Nortn 'Bend.vS .' W ' M ""
f Mr. imd Mrs.CoJlyof EmpMre,,
ft wero boro Monday. . L ."
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Dick Marshall was in Marshfield
on business Monday. .
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. Mrs. WIckman and daughter pa.id
a.sbort visit-to this city Monday.'
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B.D. Jones, of Empire, was here
Poter Loggio, of-libVth dend, wasj
W. Av HARINQ.,
- dnd. Butte
livery to all
r . .
Patrick Neater nmt Col. Coach, or
Handon, were hero Monday. .
Mr. Saunders and Joe Palmer, pf
Empire, were Marshfield visitors
Monday." "' ' k
. J. W. Snbak has returned homo
'from n business trip to San an-
r -J. 'A'.Gftgoof Coqullleis in
Mnrshliold on a.BhorUbusinesq-trlp.
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, Mrs. Arlandson and famiiy7of JSm
)Iro, -were-in Marshflcld TMonday;
Andrawi Wickmant wnn viHitintr
1 Afnntlnv 7 1 ' '.
nuiu iuujitiuy. . rt
' "Mrs. IlUdrlcks and son'wore Marsh
flcld. .visitora, Monday - J.
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Mrs. FArlcy and daughter, word in
Marshflold Monday. ' i '
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Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan? 'of
Empire, .were in the city Monday. r
'Mrs. Ttiifncs was" in'Marshflqld
shopping Monday. .
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Mj P. E. Allan re'turne'dto Coos
Bay Sunday from a buslncs trip to
Eureka. ' "" "" '""
Georgo Scollgald.auusinesa. visit
Moridayto" NortH Bend. J
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. .Mr.and Mrs. McPherson returned
homo from a visit to San Francisco.
Mr. It. Oakley and J. J. Burns," of
North Jiend, wWo Marshfield vlsftors
John Snyder, Jr., and wife Meft
ySsteYday for an.Quting up tho river.
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Ms. Charlie Baxter, of Coqulllo,
JsinMarshfleld, tho guest of-.Mis.
II. IX Noble. ' -
.MfBrinn, of East-Marshfleld.'was
in Marshfield Monday.
. Mrb. Sa'rfford', of JIalnes Inlet.-jwas
fllr. Ed. MarcV Lnd family have
moved "to Istb.ni.us Inlet. -
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Mrs.,Capt. Magee, of Empire, was
in juarsnneju Monuay.
Sam Marsdon returned last night
from, his vacation, arriving on the
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W. n. Tully, superintendent attha
courtbriay mill, came in on Sthe"
Bieakwater last night after having
made a business trip to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Ingram arrived last
evening oh 'tho' Breakwater' from
Spokane, where Mrs. Ingram had
been sp"6hdlng sometime with reia-
Mr. G. JJoIl, brother of Alva Doll,,
is hero to visit and look over, th(j'
situation. Ho 'Is from Missouri.' f
Blue print paper
Tracing cloth '
i racing .paoer
Whatmars hand made
Pictures ferid'framihg at the
CORTHELL & DLjRICEE
Plans diayvn. oiliniates fur-
Waed, C ill for Durkee, back
; JHibbardVrocery store.
P. O. Box 358.
COpyQMgS. MARSHDOgEQOWEDWESDAYJULYI?. 1907,
Jamo3 Ferrey, Br., and Mrs. Per
rey, tliolr daughter, MIsS llaltle, and
son Georgo, dcpaitcd jesterday afler
nooir TcV'Cfio 15,orfty."rhnch on Isth
Mrs. A. M. Prentiss Is spending, a
Vacation on Coos RIvc wJth1"Mrs.i
Frank Itogois. '- t
Messrs. E. Howard Corbott and
Soyniour Bell leaVe oday 'for Seat
tip. , . . .
Messrs. C;A. Smith andCharles
Flfjlwall' dopartclConJahe'l'Tant yes
terdnxfror the "East.' t,T
t?l-$- Piers, qf.Nocthcnd, was
initp-jn.yestciday lDoklhg after biisl-
Mr. Wnrd.jgf Mllllcoma, was, in
Marsbnold on TuesdayT
- Mr. JackiMcDonald, .of qoos Klvorl
vas In .J.I1I3 city jeslorday. i
s Mrs. Mary Yoakum won, ?52.50
or solvingf a puzzle .given In tho
Examiner by tho Ellors Piano house
Mr."ChaB. Encgrcn,"pf Coos.Itiver,
wn inMarshfiefcV Tuesday. "
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Mrs. '.T'W: ''Flanagan of Plat B,
was In Marshflcld. yesterday.
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.Mr, and Mrs., Chas'. , Staff loft for
an outlnt; to the sand hills yesterday.
Mr:' O.B-bnalnte, of-Siin Francisco,'
left for. that city yesterday' after'
havIivB apent.-iAthrce vweoks visit
with lelatives on tho bay. .
Miss Catchingrof CatchTng"Tnlet,
was in Mars-hlleld-shopping on Tues
day. Miss Silabel Johnson, of San Fran
cisco,, isi-ausisting Miss Mary Black
at the General H0snlt.1l.
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Cell Ireland has 'gone up to Daniels
Office in Myers BMg.
- . -can furnish' tbe following
Thoroughbred Eggs at' '
$2 .Od Per Setting ;"
Rhode Island Reds
Barred Plymouth Rocks
JOHN W. -FLANAGAN
l Scndin yquPorders Now
Eggs Shipped anywhere irfthe'
county. ' '"
An n ouncements:
Open every evening fiom
7 to 10, and Satuidny
ftornoons from 2- to 5,
wc(ek days orjl "" ','"', "
25 conts fojr use of Rink'
i i - 'S
i skates. jgfi,
15 cenr tor; thrc usiftg
theif ovrliJfates. - , t
10 CafiJiission to
' Gcntlemon evenings.
Special attention given to
children ga'tuiday after
noon. '' ' .'
Best of. order always 'S.
. D L . Aver y, .
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win cure any case ot luaney or tJiaatter uiseasq not "nKnrs Dtaeagb
beyondlthe reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. or Diabetes
C reek to spend a few das at Simp
son's logging camp. ,
Mrs Perry, of North Bend, was In
this city Tuesday.
Mrs. Jack Bowron, of Maxwell,
Was Jn, Marshfield shopping yoster-
Miss Harrison, of.,Libby, was a
city, visitor yesterday. - s
, Mr. Dan Keating came home from
a pleasure trip to the Cofluillo coun
Mr. h. y. Shaw returned home
yesterday after having visited in
differential ts of the south.
Jay Mahoncy returned home from
t . ,
( j Dr. McCormac was , down from
Coos Itivor jesterday.
( Dr. C.,W. Tower and family loft
yesterday for their summer home up
MIS3 Leah Elliot, of Empire, was
a Marshfield visitor yesterday.
LOSE MONEY ON
SUNDAY- BALL GAME
The Coqulllo game at North Bend
last Sunday created considerable ex
citement ' among tho sports of our
neighboring city. Report, comes
, .iMISS nlBLACiflatron .
tTr'Tr?c,Tr vrTn rfcrT srs?i
TEST AT THREE FEET
St A .aLi CWJT Vk . F rt
. Eiaui yz..ov2a&&v
are the linofi i'n fLe"'ciicles all
tho sameplaulJfrles, if not you
cpme in und, I -will explain what
your trouble is.
F. I HAYES
-wtMMMW..WTm liiim IIIIHll
EAST -SHORE OF -BAY
Level bench land, all cleared, for business blocks
Qentel sloping, Alder covered land, for residence
'Reasonable Priced Easy Terms
Also 550 acres Dairy Barm on Kentuck Inlet.
gja;&!a j .amWytrBr&miVr;6ig i
Call at our office opposite Central Hotel,
Marshfield, Ore. or call us' up on phone.
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Bay Townsite Company
O. C. SETHER, Pres, and Gen. Manager
N. F. THRONE,',
WANT TO INVEST. $1'009000.00
in Coos County Itniiciics, Farms, Coal nnd Timber L'aiids, Homestead and
Timber Claims, Improved and Unimproved City nnd Touu Properties.
I will deal only with on tiers.
inc., oi-wu A-rx'iSftTiu. wnumttgrcn
1 t V k?
i propertyxatyoUR PRICE, I will pall on
jk'imiimi-awmnm'jjjjiimjiijLiii ' .-'rrrrraHw
down tho lino that one man lost
$381 to a Noith Bond man, and an
other ono lost $30. Thu men who
won tho money ma be classed as
disloyal sports, but they say when
they bet It Is, lo win. Some conso
lation Is left the losers; tho money
Is ntfll in North Bond.
Captain Pohlonius returned from
Bandon on Monday, after looking
over tho proposed jetty work now un
der way. Ho had intended to ac
company Engineer in Charge Carroll
of thfc'Arago.-up Coos river yester
day on a tour of Inspection, but will
go today instead
Flanagan & Bennett Bank
MAiisiinn u OKIMO.V.
Cnpitnl Hnti-ribea $.W 000
Caplliil I'slit Up JIO.000
uiiuiuuij t luaie ff.uu
Docn cenernl bikin(5 tmsinrtui and draws
on the Hint ol altlorniR Snir' 1'rnnclfco
Calif., lf.nttNnttialitaiilclVjnd Or., KlrsI
tV&t'.onil t:ank.osobtn-e jfi., Hanover Na
tlonnl Hank, Nf vr YoijrN. M. Uothchlld &
Son, London, Ein
Also sellrhRngeon ncarl all tho prtmipal
ritics of i:mopc
Accounfikept subject to check, sale (Jtposlt
lock boxes for rent at 0 centi n month or
i i a year.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
Of all descriptions.
House painting, pa
per hanging, grain
ing, carriage paint
Strictly pure stock
sold on all jobs.
Oppccite Bear's Livery
ngents. GIVE IN DETAIL FULL
WEST CASH PRICE,
If I desire your
Care Dally Times
Do not risk hnvtnc
E. E. "STRAW, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON
. Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Iioso
ami Throat a specialty.
Oflico in Lockhart's Building.
omco opjiofllto Union Furniture Store, noun
10 to llTand 2 to fi
Spoclnl Htlcntfon pnM to diseases ot the lt
urinary and digestive organs
u. s: Tension oxamlnci
DR. J. W. INflSRAAl,
Physician anC Surgeon.
Oilier over Bengstackon's Drug Store.
Phones Office 1621; residence 783.
E. L. C. Farrin Geo. N. Parrio
i-uiuji:! & FAimiN
City Attornoy, Dep District Attorney
Will practice in U.iS. Courts
and before the U. S. Land uflco.
Lockhart Building Marshfleia, Ore.
Phone Main 41.
Ia A. IiILJEQTt3T, IiAWY
uuircu aiaios tOinniloner,
u. o. iLiami AJacters.
PlMnes, Entrlfa, Vvxh& Contests, etc.
J. W. BEN
nagan & Bennett
o. f. Mcknight,
Upstairs, Bennett & Walter block.
Marshflcld, ... Oregen.
J. W. SNOVEIt
Office: Rogeri building
COKE & COKE,
Marshfleld, - " -
PIXLEY & MAYBEE,
Office over Myers' Store.
Phone 701 .. . North Bend, Ore
BWGIfAM & HEIjTj,
Xorth Hcnd, - - Oregon.
Real Estate Agents.
PIER LANT COJD7ANY
Real Estate Brokers
North Bend, - Oregon.
MR, ALBERT ABEL,
Contractor for Teaming of all kinds.
Califoniia Wines a
Front St., Marshfield
All worln5wdone at
the North Bend Plant
Norlh Bend Phone 1031
Marshfield Phone 180
Ginser Co. I
iJfc liquor Ofl'aierfl
uuu Drtuuu ouy m