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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON,
NEWS OF THE STATE
Walla Walla, Washington, wants
the next Irrigation congresa.
Tho Astoria regotta will bo held
this year on September third.
Eugene Is building n $25,000 di
Martha Howard Is tho now editor
of tho Gardiner Gazette, published at
tho mouth of the Umpqua river.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1907.
Work on tho new Tillamook llfe
gavlng station, a mile and a half bo
low Garibaldi, has been started.
Portland and tho Dalles aro having
a neck and neck race for heat record.
Tho contest It a tlo so far, each city
having a mark of 103.
Valley farmers aro too busy with
haying and other work to market
tholr early apples, and there is ac
cordingly, a scarcity of sass.
P. A. SIkcs, a well known wheat
rancher of Milton, Is now engaged In
harvesting a section of wheat which
he says will average fully fifty bush
els to the acre, says the Pendleton
Tribune. He Is about half thrnneli
and says It has made fifty so far and
that tho whole section will average.
This Is one of the best wheat crops
In tho vicinity, yet there are soveral
about ns good. Mr. Sikes Is harvest
ing with a largo 32-horse combine.
Many carloads of C5-pound rails
havo alreary arrived hero for the
Drain-Coos Bay railroad, and havo
been piled In South Drain., The
heavier rails that had been plied herel
for a year or so for this road will
soon bo moved for use on tho now
roaa now being built from Weed,
Cal., to Klamath Palls. As soon as
tho new Coos Bay road Is completed,
It Is the intention to replace these
light rails with 90-lb. rails. Drain
of his grandfather, John Olvis, where
he received medical attention. Mr.
Olvis is an employo of the tannery
and his grandson was playing around
the place when ho fell Into the tan
ning vat. The youth sustained ter
rlblo burns, but will probably recover.
The woolgrowers of Oregon, In the
Stock to tho amount of $53,000 season now drawing to a close, have
has been subscribed by Benton and
Linn county people for tho new Linn
county condensed milk factory which
Is to bo erected in Albany.
Clackamas county Is to have a fair
this fall, October 9, 10 and 11. It
will bo held a Gladstone Park, made
famous by tho Chautauqua. The In
stitution will bo conducted by a
$2,000 stock company.
AVnland's famous sulphur baths
are quite popular these mid-summer
days with the'resldents of the lower
valley. Tho automobile drivers do a
large business in transporting pas
sengers from Modford and other val
ley points to the springs during the
Stato Food and Dairy Commis
sioner W. W. Bailey spent a day or
two In Ashland last week, enroute
north from a visit to tho Klamath
country. Mr. Bailey Btates that the
dairy industry is making almost a
phonomlnal growth In Oregon and
rapidly developing Into one of our
enjoyed more than their usual share
of prosperity, in fact, the year has
probably been the best in the history
of the Industry of the state, says Sun
day's Oregonlan. Prices have never
been so high since tho present range
conditions existed and compared with
late years tho cost of production has
been less. The total clip of Oregon
this year is estimated at 20,000,000
pounds. Last year the sheep pro
duced about 18,000,000 pounds. Tho
value of the 1907 clip is approximate
ly $3,800,000. As a wealth producer
It oxceeded that of the previous year
by about $560,000.
While playing In the Albany Tan
ning company's plant, Charlie Maro
vlch, aged eight years, nccldently
slipped and fell into the vat of boiling
liquid used for tanning hides and
was nearly scalded to death. The
lad's cries summoned workmen near
by who pulled him from the burning
liquid. He was removed to tho homo
Sails from North
tranteaioetwr wont nt tower vruxa,
than dun boad elsewhere, Do nov order
monumentjtfwork until you novo
SEEN US IS -v
Stewart & Mitchell v
Corner 3d & D Sis.
Phone, Main 1731
ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
We use th iNieceslary facilities for
sending money to all partsof the
world, and wilhottf danger or loss.
THE HRST NATIONAL BANK OF COOS BAY
Teams Wanted for i
Newmark Street Plat B.
Inquire on ground of
J. D. STEWARD
Nelson Iron Works
P. D. NBLSON, Prop
We repair alii kinds o Machinery,
Btoam and Om Engines, Oram and Bt-
role. Best of vork ovtf specialty. : :
J 11U and i Jfcggtac
s tfca Veit Bt&trea it3
Have if A&a&by
. R.. OSLGAN,
Successor tLrcolsan& GallupN
D. L. Avery, Manager.
Week Commencing Monday, AUG. 5
"THE AMERICAN BIOSCOPE"
Under the direction of Mr. G. A. Hager,
Will present a long series of the Latest and Timely
Music by the Eminent Piano Soloist
Prof. C. A. Cundlff.
A'refined entertainment for Ladies, Children and Gentle
men. One performance every oveniag. Change of pro
gram Monday and Thursday. Box offiee opens at 8 p. m.
Performance at 8:30. Admission Children 15c, Adulta 26o.
E. E. STRAW, M. D.
PnYUOLUt AJU lUJUUOX
Disease of th Eyt, Ear, 1qm
and Throat a specialty. ,
Offioe ia Lookhart's Buildlsf.
O0U.ppoie Un Itotaftait Han.' ferui
IB to lTand t 6
narr and dlfeauTe arcana
pectal attemtioa pail to dlMM f tM
urinary and dlMaura er
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DR. 4. W. LMRAJ.
Oflto ow ltat&cfca?f
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Francis H. Clarko Jacob Mi Blake
Lawrence A. Liljeqvlat.
CLARKE, BLAKK & LILJEQVI8T,
Times Building, Marshfl'eld, Ore.
United States Commissioner- Office
E. L. C. Farrl
Geo. ft Fanila
Will make rcftulaMripB between
South Coos nvcjfCnd Marshfield
Leaving thefMpIze at 'J.OO a. m.
and MarshflBld at UZOp. m.
She will be open foccharter
between 9 a. m. atwT 4 p. m.
WYATT COFFELT. (
MISS mlBLAK, Motroa
Hospital I fbjf Snrgionlyund
Flanagan & Bennett Bank
CapMal t)ntont(4 100,000
Capital Paid Dp tOJ!Oi
Doaa a iorerar
cm the Samk ot
Oalil First NattC
tional Bank, Hi
Son, Lcmdott, Bni
ottle ! Europe.
Aoauowta Iropt rtfiffeot to tituxtt, cat dopoAt
lokboae tor root et cents a DMtfc at
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DSPOStTS
batiaanc Vbttnwpa ood.irowi
Uftoyftt, Or, Iimtotot Ha
lf ork, N. MMotho&lM A
cTxmgVtjn nocnr all tbe prtiralpaa
and Navigation Co.
TRAIN SCHEDULE NO. 8.
In Effect January 1, 1007.
All previous schedules are void.
Subject to change without notice.
W. S. Chandler,- manager; F. A.
Lalse, freight agent; general offices,
jviuiouuciu, yicbuu. J
Are You Looking for
We have goo
reasonable prices ai
talk with you abo
properties tor sale at
id ou!d be pleased to
FAKX1IN & FARRINj
AMnwinvi mt T?ntf '
CItjr Attof nor, Dep. District; At
Will practlco tn V. 3. 0rta
and bcfoT tha U. S. LanaoScs.
Lockhart Bnildlag, UarsaMld, Orft.
F. M. Rinftmell Jr. & Co.
L. A. LILJBQVip, LAwjnsn,
fhilbM StutcB Contesloner,
U. B-. Land Uattr'.
Proota. Contesta, etc.
J. W. DBNKBTT,
Office 'ovr FJanagai
C. F. McIJJIGBT,
California and Oregon Coast Steamship Company.
Sails from Portland Saturdays, 8 p. m. 0
Sails from Coos Bay Tuesdays, at servk of tide.
F. P. Baumgartner, Agt.
Couch St. Dock, Portland, Ore,
L. W. Shaw, Agt.
Marshfield, Ore., Phone 441.
COKE A COKE,
Attorney, at Law.
MarshfleW, - - -
PIXLET & MAYBKE, ''
Attorney at Law.
Oflte over ilyora' Store.
Phone 701 - - North Bond. Ore.
BRIGHAH X BBLL,
North Band, - - -
DIfiR LAKD DOB1PA?
Bal Estate Brokers.
North Band. ..... ,Orogoa
MR. ALBERT ABEL,
Contractor tor Teaming .ol all kindo.
Leave 10:45 a. m.Myrtle Point.
10:30 a. m.j.Coqullle.
12:00 m. B. H. Junction.
Arrive 12:30 p. m.Marshneld.
Portland & Coos Bay S. S. Line
SailsJorPortland afSa Astoria every Thursday
C. F. McCollnm, Agt. T)
- A. St.
Phone MalM 34
Extra trains will run on daily ,
special orders. Twins to and from
Beaver IIH1 dally.
WHY DO PEOPLE BUY IN
It is choice inside rcswenccypoperty, tots 50x100
with alleys, is well shelterecL witiR a good bay view and
prices of lots are reasonable. Tor particulars see
TITLE GUARANTEE & ABSTRACT CO.,
Henry Sengstadcen, Manager. '
IcFliefSM fiiser Ct.
CtSfnia wiMi yniWtj
Front Bt, ManhlaU
cjre any case of KidtaeV
beyond the reach of medicine.
4JT Bladder Di
iso medicine can
4 IS Corfee.t
Do not risk having
SCase not: ""enrs Piseaae
more. or PUbetea
NortSi Lkwl PliMt 1031
Dealer a artJhtm yHItk
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