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JHE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES. MARSHFIELD. OREGON, WEDMESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1907.
,Ir a K Sciinmn was down from
,Tl,o Orchard ' yesterday.
Major Tower wad a'Marsliflcld vis
Misses ICffle and Carrie Iloillno
,en?u"w" "" " '
! j.SS Ulllnn McCnnh of Kaat
jlanshflold was hero yestordny.
nr McCormnc waa down from tho
,Htr jestcrday. ( .
Mr H Hlouer icavus iuuuy on mo
Plant for Sa'n Francisco.
mi Cottle of Mllllngton was In
this clt osterday.
Miss Lucy (.touch 01 uaynos miei
ffas In Mur'dlincld Tuesday. '
M1S3 Larson of Hay City was shop
nlne hero yesterday.
Miss Grace Gould of Elk Horn
ranch was In this city yesterday.
Mrs S A. Yoakum of C003 Rlvor
naa In Mn.ih fluid Tuesday.
jlr Johanncson of Empire was
Miss Mabel Mauzcy has returned
from Charleston for a few days.
Mr. Klahn of Empire was a city
Miss Eii ma Ellteroft of North
Send as In this city yesterday.
Mis3 May Uurrand of Mllllngton
ffas here Tuesday.
AtiS'ist Erlckson of Ten MJlb is
visiting In thiB city for a fcv dav.
MIS3 Matson of CaU-ln Inlet was
la this city yesterday.
H. C Dlers ot Norm JJenu was
j J Uurna had bii',:.ic;3 In Marsh-
AuRust Elchworth -.vac over fua
Mr V Kronjiolm r ,i!:n"3 hi3 old
position totlr.y at the .-hi.j.Mng shop.
Mis lnlia Wickli.iul of Empire
fit U i-iting with i.ionlj in this
k is Pittljohn has returned from
a tv,o v.cks outing at Charleston
Mr Chris rtasmunson and wife of
Band'i'i ure visiting on tho bay for
a she t time.
Ml 3 Myrtle Collver of Catching
Inlet was a Marslifleld visitor Tues
Jlr Muison and his two daughters
ot Ten Mi'e were in this city yester
Mrs Marsh came up from Charles
ton on business yestordny, but will
return to camp today.
Ill, and Mrs. John Curren of
North Bend were over to Marshflcld
Ex-County Surveyor C. 'S. McCul
loch. of Baudon, and his father, O.
0. McCulloch, of Grants Pass, are in
Mr and Mrs. Loo Cook of Empire
left yesterday morning for Roseburg,
Wicre they will visit with roUtlvja
and friends for a few weeks.
Mrs Bowen and Misses Mattie and
Mamie Bowen formerly of this city,
arrived on tho Plant, from San Fran
cisco and will roruain for a short
visit on the bay.
Mrs. Mary Thompson, tho teacher
at Ten Mile, is visiting Mrs. Strick
land of North Bend, from thoro she
will attend tho Teachers' Institute
Judge E. D. Sperry, a prominent
attorney of Coqullle, is in Marshflcld,
awaiting tho arrival of the Break
water, on which boat he expects some
E. Heuckendorff, tho Prosper ship
builder, was hero yesterday to wit
ness tho launching of the steam
schooner, F. S. Loop, and incidentally
to secure calkers for finishing the
ship he will launch within a few
days at Prosper. Mr. Heuckendorff
think3 some of starting a ship yard
on Coos Bay, and it is said he has
met with much encouragement on
this side of tho divide.
Hot Chicken pie today at Dayis
& Davis' Delicatessen.
The King of Anam'o summary
manner of disposing of his wives
without oven tho formality of hiring
a private detective Is most uncivilised.
F. G. McGann & Sons give notice
that they will not bo responsible for
any bills contracted in their names
without written order.
F. S. McGANN.
E. M. McGANN.
J. W. McGANN.
M. P. Pcndersrass Jfcwster
and 1(:30 a. m., aW 1:00, 2:30
and 4100 p. myr
Leaves Nyui Bend at S:15,
9:45 aid UK15 a. m., aud lv5,
3:15 aVd5:00 p. m.
Makes dally trips exceVt Sun
days. Faro: One way, 15
conts; round trip, 25 cents.
Leaves Marshileld 7:30, 0:00,
f your oiitligu-Jp;
M with . i
u full 11
supplies nt tho
'"Y-giTm-wriTw w i Iff 1
We are now met .ueil ..lo-m Bt
nnd blockyour h in ns well as g
cleiinliifjisurt ,i casing join g
clothes. Our wo k is strictly M
first clal s. fjk
We to our mjn stcnm-clcnn- Ha
ing i:t:I dyvUigJ $j
iajliss & Mercer 1
v Unique Pantatorimn I
PhcM 1444 1
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Cards DcWsnld nn Letter Heads. W
GenciiU wor,jr ioproduction. 'Stf R fij llSfi
VTOY E. LAWJIOUNE. Phono 1311 Jf f,,JJV, J,
Laisach Express 1 7177 a m r
Will make regular tripsbetween V 11 V Pki &
South Coos fiver and farshflold j imirifittWteii&mwszTiTt
leaving ma Aiazo aft.v) a. m. ak
and Marshlield al(r4:30 p. m. m
She will bojjpn tor chartjr M
betwecii C a?"Ti. and 4 p. h 'w
MASTER " m
WYATT COPFELT. $
t , ' ir ? '' - - ijc
m ki &' i i
MmMSmM$mMmmSm &sessxMz&e8xiss&0) mamasstsgum',
f2 never win Be a ne
Our service is the best of
any restuarant in MarshfielcL
We have a restuarant that would
do credit to a place of many
times the size of Marshfield, In
our dining roorrjjyou can secure
privacy and qujfit and the best
of cuisine Experienced waiters
will attend tq'your wants in
the shortest possible time
And our limch counter is
not to be excelled Everything
LOST July 12, on Front street or
near Alert Landing, small plain,
gold watch, no initials or engrav
ings; open faced. Suitable) reward
offered. Leave at Times office, or
address, Mrs. S. A. Yoakam,
WANTED By Mrs. J. A. Goodwill,
a few summer boarders; parties
wishing a day on South Coos river
can get dinner. Phono 20x8.
Launch Tioga leaves 8:00 a. m.
FOR SALE Open launch; 19 feet
long, 4 feet, 5 inches beam; three
horse power engine; nearly new
and in finecondition; only $250.
G. K. MillgV, Marshflelfi, Ore.
WANTED Anybody having goods
to store call at Tajfor's Piano
House oil Broadway, niar C. street.
Largo warehouse jusf completed
FOR SAtE Cucumbol-s Just tno
right si :o for pickelBig at 25 cts
per gal on. C. J. Tlbbetts, Sum
ner. Or . Phono ISIS or 121x3.
FOR SALE Ranch ol 158 acres lo
cated 5 miles abovfl Allegany. For
particul&rs apply fib Henry Mich'
elbrink, North Beitl.
AVANTED-l-Two heafy teams to haul
piling Mr Plat Bl wharf, on con
tract or alx dollars per day. L. D.
FOR RENTl 3-roofn cottage, suit
able for Iman rflid wlfo. Apply
next to CittuoHc, Ihurch, or Times
WANTED AVgoocJ girl for general
house work lighest wages for
right party. Sirs. I. S. Kaufman.
FOR SALE Portable bake oven and
baking utensils. Address "Busi
ness" caro Times.
WANTED Dishwasher and chamber
maid, at Hotel Oregon, North
FOR SALE Homestead relinquish
ment. Addross R. B ,C, caro Tho
WANTED Ten men to dear land on
Plat B, by tho aero, L. D. Kinney.
WANTED Man to do manual labor.
Apply at Going & Harvey Co.
is first class
the cooking vf
v up-to-date; and-
as with that
i..- iTwi-a -wL
&5a&a uao'UJ jb'W
North Front Street
Opposite City Hall
i I 0130
W . fx the
ie present nme
Lumber is cheaper now on Coos
Bay lhan it will ever be again
we are not selling lumber. Wo are
power and electric lighting business
and are at work putting in a gas plant.
And when you put u pyour new, building
have it wired for electric light and plumbed
p w. . -
h i ne bteamer n
Sails from Marsmjpfa Tuesday at noon, i
F. S WW Ag-ent 3
I MARSHFIELD, : : OREGON
y rcrc oav
fei filONUfflENMWORKS i
( SaB e BuftfalpMvork at lo-srer prices, i
' sZ!8& MM rfSIRNjf thaairtTOo nad elsewhere. I)o not order i.
i gC4!fWtSiJTirfWfio"U'nental work until you havo
YWnxMWWmWIm SEn us l
gS Stewart Mitchell
W$lJiil Corner 3d & D Sts.
i smivhsfS! Phone, Main 1731
: . t
Contractors bnd Builders
I &- )
m jar i
I ? - j
Offico fixtures a specialty. Storajwronts, Counters,
Shelving. Let us workfout yorfFplans. See us be
Shop opposite Bear's Livery Stable, North Front Street
FOR. SALE O
Neat and modern.
Heights. Best vie
vacant lots in the
sonable and term
w on m
ract. Prices rea-
WARD & HURD
Successors to Ward & AVnrd. Corner Jleado nud Vermont Sts,
if you have
Gandles or f
iron she wo,
it. And if
no one co
tink of oing
use electric light you
back to tallow
ling kerosene; if the
used an electric fiat-
disposed to surrender
ive ever used a gas stove
tduce,you to go back to the
arshfield and North Bend.
psaCT ariJV:rr:HJl?I?,Iin.'.,SaaL,JX:arsar3SrzzaiSSS r? w J,rTrwnrmrT.rrv. Egn-mcn-t'jrwg el 1 1 torim
We beg to announce die arrival
of our new line d the Adjer & Sons I
Autumn and Winter Clothing. We
do business urder themotto, Tfis
better a little iarly tMn a little late"
and theref oremave omered our new sea
son's goods so as td have them as soon
as the makers hae them out and by
this method have eliminaied all the
vexatious delays caused by the conges
tion of shi Jpjfig in the months of Sep
We have an exclusive line of the
Adler 3i Sons Clothing. These
lines are clothes celebrated for
their wearing qualities, their ft--"
and distinctive style.
SaccM BiaiSdbfcg on 2nd Street