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Converts Mr. Warner, a Coos
Pioneer, Into a"(fJitor-
TAKES BATH IN THE WVER
Thou Frames IIIh PliygliiKiioniy
the Window of the Tuppor
House Other News.
(Times Special Service.)
Coqulllo, July 22. -Boozo came
very near "having '.another Hf0 to an
swer for Saturday In Coqullle. Joe
Warner, an' old pioneer, 'fell Into the
river, and had no' one been near,
would havo been there yet.
rescued and taken to the
house, where. he recovered and be-'
' came so .lively that ho banged his
head through a window, Inflicting a
j cut on his head.
f An association has been organized
for the purpose of holding a fair each
year on the river. The ground and
track at Arago have been leased for
five years.' Carpenters are laying
, tho foundation for a b'uildlng bc-
. tween Lororizo's store, and 'Mrs. Nos-
ler s. They say It will be filled with
hardwaro; cither liquid or solid.
r Tenn Robinson and daughter were
In town Saturday having some dental
work done by Dr. Kersner.
Mr. Almon Ely, who has been in
California for, some time, returned
overland last week, and has accepted
a position at Yoakum's logging camp..
Tho theremometer registers SO in
tho shade hero these days, but the
nights are cool.
Mrs. Ed. Fish and her father, Mr.
Summers, were in town today from
Flshtrap. They are camping there
Ralph Nosier, wife and child havo
. returned from California, where they
went a couple of months since. "Too
hot for 'web-footers," they report.
W. C. Rose and wife, of the news
Batnd,have'gone,"6'th6 east fork on
a hunting and fishing expedition.
George Moulton is In charge and will
look after the business while they
Dr. F. G. .Kelly and son passed
through town on their return to
Portland. Dr. Kelly has been visit
ing his brother and other friends at
Riverton, wher,o he used to live. Tho
property which 'he owned was sold
to C. A. Peterson for ?4 00.00.
Capt. Ott Wlllard, after a vacation
? of tWo or three months, has accepted
' his old position as captain of the
1 steamer Favorite, a situation he Is
qualified to fill to the satisfaction of
every one concerned.
John Johnson has just arrived
from Gray's Harbor, Washington, to
-visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Johnson, of this city.
Mrs. Oscar Schneider, of Coeur
d'Alene, Idaho, is here to make her
v parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Wethy,
a long visit.
CharlieMooman, tho barber, spent
ho last week In tho woods hunting
andvflshing, and incidentally, eating.
He returns strengthened and re
freshed. Many of our county seaters
'are In tho mountains, or at tho sea-
Bldo these hot July days.
Mxa. J. Av Lanjb returned on the
Btagp'a ,few" days1 since from a vl?It
yrltlf ner folks at Medford, Oregon.
She reports a pleasant visit.
'" Rtsv. and Mrs. H. M, Branham,
: i , MARSHFI
M. P. Pendei
and 10:30 m.,
ana 4:60 p.
9:45 and 11:5 a. m.,
ff:16 and 5:80 p. m.
Makes dally trips except fuu
days. Fares One way, 16
cents; iound trip, 25 ceu'B.
i i i i i
B 7:30, 9:I0,
ana . ;uu, y;uu
THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD.
with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mnrrinnn
of this city, havo gono camping,
hunting nnd fishing naer Bridge on
Rev. G. w. Ellis, of the M. E.
chinch, hns gone to Bandon with his
family to spend the rest of the year
with his Hock at that place.
J. L. Boone, of Marshfleld, 'was
visiting friends and relatives hero
F. E. Wilson and T. N. Boone have
been busy the past few days relay
ing the Iloor In tho Sumner hall in
preparation for the big dance Satur
J. A. Smith, of Coos River, fire
warden for this district, passed
through Sumner Saturday on his way
to Fair view.
Ren. Bclieu, of Marshfleld, was a
Sumner visitor yesterday.
Frank Black, who has been on an
outing to Brewster valley, returned
Norvall Simmons and brother, who
have been employed here for some
time past, start for their home at
DI1 lard today.
Fred Selander was visiting friends
hero yesterday. Call again Fred, if
sho is willing.
' Mark Holmes and J. V. Reed, of
Eugene, and S. M. Carter, of Oak
land, California, were here yesterday
looking over the country with the
intention of buying coal and farming
lauds in this vicinity.
Miss Mildred Coke, who has been
visiting relatives and friends here
the past fortnight, returned to her
homo in Maishfield today.
Mrs. J. S. Masters was visiting
faumner friends Sunday.
J. B. Dulley, county treasurer and
founder of Sumner, was calling on
the old timers here yesterday.
Goo. Frye, of Cunningham creek,
was over yesterday to receive a nice
organ, which he had purchased of
the Haines Music Co. In Marshfleld.
Miss Ollle Richards is a Curlew
passenger to North Bend today.
Glenn Johnson, a high school stu
dent of Portland, was registered at
the. Hotel Sumner, Sunday. He Is
on "a pleasure trip to the Bay coun
try, having made tho trip on his
Herman Sanford and Frank Black
received a potato digger Saturday,
with which they will make quick
work with their "spud" diggin'.
Robert and Jay Richards made a
flying visit to Coos City Sunday to
see their old friend Judge D. L.
Mrs. S. H. Black was visiting her
son, Frank and family Friday and
A lteter has been received from J.
S. Masters from Ketchikan, Alaska,
where he arrived July 9 th. He is on
a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Chas.
Buchanan. They, together with
Chas. Buchanan, intend going into
the mountains on a prospecting and
hunting expedition to bo gone sev
Flanagan & Bennett Bank
Capital Bubson bed JW.eOO
Capital raid Up $49,000
Undivided Prtffils $33,000
I)oeb a sonoral banklnff buifness and draws
on the I)anljoi Callfroiia, tan FrtmeUco
Calif., First National mnk Portland Or., Firsl
National BanV Kosoljrrg, Or., Hanrfyer Na
tional Hank. Mow Sbrk, N. M. KoJhohlld &
Son. London. BimUnd.
Also sell change on nearly all VthS principal
cities ! Europe.
Accounts kept subject to check, safe deposit
look boxes (or rent at 5 cents a month or
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
Steam Dyjf Wor
Philip Becker, Proprietor.
E CIVIL m MECHANICAL
North Bend, Ore.
Office in Mjtn. Bid;.
Elder Was Towing San Pedro
Toward Eureka Boat Is
MANY PASSENGERS COME
Boat Brings (o liny Three Hundred
and Sixty Tons of
The steamer Plant arrived in from
San Francisco yesterday afternoon,
out from the Bay city since Satur
day night. She carried a good pns
senger list and 3C0 tons of freight.
Purser Kohoe says they sighted the
schoner San Pedro, which yesterday
morning's dispatches told of being
In collision with the Columbia, In
tow behind the George W. Elder.
The San Pedro had a bad list and
the bow was stove In.
There were several ships in the
vicinity, among them .being the
Roanoke, North Fork and Norwood.
The Plant was not near enough to
speak any of the vessels, and so
learned nothing of the disastrous
wreck until the ship reached Empire
The Plant passed the San Pedro
near Point Gordo, about seven mlle3
below Cape Mendocino. The Elder
and Its tow were headed for Eureka.
The passenger list:
Mrs. Kempston and child, Mrs.
Lena Allon, L. C. Plnkerton, Miss
Carrie Davis, Miss S. T. Chappell,
L. F. Faulkenstein, Mrs. F. Faulken
steln, Jas. G. Barnes, E. L. Eastman,
Miss May Chase, Chem. Morgan,
Mrs. Morgan, Miss Rose Schneider,
C. E. Martin, J. F. Pressley, Mrs. E.
R. Campboll, Miss Campbell, Miss S.
Campbell, Miss C. Campbell, Miss A.
D. Orr, Mrs. Dalton, Miss Hutchin
son, Mrs. E. Larsen and child, Mrs.
Larsen, H. Hume, Miss L. G. Gould,
Miss K. M. Eggert, and 18 second
111 cure any case
I W. A. HARINQ B W
1 Dealer in Tnte GSeamMilk
D and Buttennil Frab M- 3
B livery to all jas of ffbfe cty.
iva,B rwiuf - wvyw m J
Bank of Oegon r I Afi
Capitaltock fulljfpaifl up w KSVfe"!? tStf C
$5o,oof r i MWxi
Transacts aeneftl oankiiigjr fiFQvrrn7-Mi.
Busmes. V ( JT 3 f
North Bend, X5regon (2fPJlH-
Now Rnrlv BMasa53KaMsas3
Sampre Roofcrf in CoMoction f IEQ- IL it
NORTH BEND, ORE. U
I P P Bancroft 1 1
I EYE and NglffiE pedapst, J TliF
H Room 1 iVfentrof Hqfcl M j J
I AFTER. AUG.I10h ffi I B
S, ,,,., iiVbi Jf 'S
NORTH BEND 1
FASTEST BpATs ' "
Half Hoir SAieduJe I y
Riiu Uotwcen .MArsllcld -uul North I 1
end Hade ITria .Minutes. , II lj
. Private Lnndlnr.s. Be!
Fare: OnewaVi lHc; ronul trip, SBi I
J. A. O'liELLY, I'roprlotor. i i
n..ti u. f I m. m
bel jfiky II
Wet YourWhls Tlfealow II
J. R. HBI1RON, Prop. S
m rW ryli WS
m il IB VV rj r-a.v t jj
H rr w . n Slft i.
beyond the reach of medicine. JNo medicine can do
OREGON, TUESDAY, JULY 23,
AIjT.IAXCM: noics to poktlm.
The Alliance left Marshflei,' on
Mo.i 1 y, as scheduled, shortly after
S oilock, bound for Portlnnd Her
pnssonger list was not large and tho
falling off of outgoing passengers Im
plies that more people are stainR
on the bay than has been tho rule
for some months past. Following Is
her list from Marshfleld: Miss M. 13.
Clarke, Mrs. E. II. Little, A. N.
Smith, Miss II. H. Holcomb, C. A.
Craft, L L. Peters, J. H. Banks. J.
P. Morris, Hele.n Frcdner, Cecil Grif
fon, F. D. Layton, G. F. Kelly, Loyd
Kelly, I,. D. Heater, Charles Lee, Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Going, Miss Florence
Spencer, II. V. Mohrman, and five
NEW COMPANIES ARE
ORGANIZED BY C.A.SMITH
From the East comes word of the
organization of three companies by
the C. A. Smith interest. The first
Is that of the C. A. Smith Lumber
& Manufacturing Company, capitali
zation $700,000, the incornoiators
being C. A. Smith, C. L. Trabort atid
L. E. Miner, of Minneapolis, and J.
E. Oren, of Marshfleld. The spcond
Is the Smith-Powers Logging Com
pany; capitalization, $150,000; in
corporators, C. A. Smith, A. II. Pow
er and C. L. Trabert. The third is
the Inter-Ocean Transportation Com
pany, capitalized at $300,000. Tho
incorporators of this concern are
headed by C. A. Smith, but the list
could not be learned.
1 Try The
For Ice Cream. (
jj' Cake and pies to order. Ilcitfc Inches a specicity.
Baked beans and browh breal forJpUurday and Sunday.
Portland 8l Coos
Sails for Portland arn
C. F. McColIum
Phone Main 34
D. Ij. Avery,
Under the diicction
Will present a long flexes
d u ems iir
Includin; tlifamous film
On Pioneers of America.
Mlifeic hy the Eminent Piano Soloist' .
Prof. C. A..Ouiulill'.' ,
Arefiniid ontertainment for
men. One performance cyejy evening. Change of pro-'
gram Monday and Thursday. Box offico opens at 8 p. in.
Performance at 8:30. A'dmsion Children 15c, Adults 25c.
s.or .mm& a
SW Jh iV30 irk.m
of XCidnCy- orladdcr Disease t; -thrs Diseaae
Mr Powers, of the second com
pTny, was seen yesterday, and said
he was busy with tho work which
the logging incorpjratlon impoped
upon him. This compnny Is a sep
arate concern from tho C. A. Smith
Lumber & Manufacturing Co , aid
Its mission is to furnish logs for the
Smith mills. Mr. Powers has two
camps in, operation; one, employing
0 men, on Cunningham creek; tho
other, employing 25 men, on South
InlPt The third ramp is being es
tablished on Houghton creek, a
branch of the North Coai river. Mr.
Powers Is from Minneapolis, though
he claims his resldonco at Powers,
another Minnesota city, where he has
spent much of his life.
TEST YOUR OWN EYES
TEST AT THREE FEET
are the lin
e ciicles all
if not you
will esjflain what
conle in and I
trouble i J
i AnyJfAraounts Furnished
' rrjy- vv
M, in Ures
Bay S 8. Line
A. St. Dock
We guarantee better orli at lover prices,
than can bo had elsewheie. Do not order
monumental work until you have
Corner 3d & D Sts.
Monday July 22
of Mr. G. A. Ilucer.
of the Latest and Timely
Ladiop, Children and Gentle
Irrefrtil sii tie3 v5
Do not rlbb Ir-ivlnc
E. E. STRAW, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON
Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Iioao
and Throat a specialty.
Ofllce in Locfehart's Building.
Onioe opposite Union Furnf turo Store.
iu iu iz ana v. to s
Special attention paid to dlMtiea o tho lii
urinary and dlgolivo organi
U. s:-Pension oxamluei
DR. 3. W. INEBTAIU,
Physician tvai Surgeon.
Offlc over Seaoslackon'B Drug Store.
Phones Office 1621; resldenco 78S.
E. L. C. Parrln Geo. N. Parrln
FAKRIJf & PAKKIN
Attorneys at Law
City Attorney, Dop. District Attorney
Will practice In U. S. Courts
and before tho U. S. Land Ofllce.
Lockhart Building, Marshfleld, Ore.
Phono Main 41.
V. IAIJIibVlST, ItVAVVEn,
United States Comnlfssloner,
U. B. Land Milters.
Pilings, Entl-Ies, PrdPfs, Contests, etc.
J. AV. IlENKKI
Office oNFlanagan & Bennett
Marshfleld, .... Oregon
Attorney at Law.
Upstairs, Bonnett & Walter Block
Marshfleld, - .- - - Oregon
J. AV. SNOVER,
Attorney at Law
Ofllce: Rogers Building.
Marshfleld, .... Oregon
COKE & COKE,
Attorney at Law.
1'IXLEY & MAY11EE,
Attorney at Law.
Ofllce over Myers Store.
Phono 701 '- - North Bond, Ore.
Real Estate Agents.
1)1 KR LAND COMPANY,
Real Estate Brokers.
North Bend, ----- Oregon
MR. ALRKRT AIJKL,
Contractor for Teaming of all kinds.
McPherson tiinser Co.
Wholcsali liquor dealew
Cigars aiidBaloon sup
All vWre nowr done at
the North Bend Plant
a nuiiii ucuu riiune iuji
Marshfleld Phone 180