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THE DAILY CfrQS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1907.
Mrs, J. T. Collver of Coos
ffag in this city yesterday.
Miss Martha Dernett Is spenBlng a
lev days in umpire.
jlr. Geo. WItto of Cooa Rive
in this city ycsieruay.
Mrs. R- l Dcsscy was down
Coos lliver yesterday.
Mrs. Cantinc of North Inlet v
this city yesterday.
Mrs. Worth of C003 River was
this city yesterday.
Mrs. Enoch Holland of Llhhy was
In this city yesterday.
Mr Default of Mlllington was In
this city yesterday.
Mr Defreeso of C003 River was in
this city yesterday.
Miss Grace Kruso was down from
the Isthmus yesterday.
Mr. C. A. Gould of Riverside was
a Marshfleid visitor yesterday.
Miss Krick of East Marshfleid was
In this city shopping Thursday.
I,. Lieby of Catching Inlet was in
this city yesterday.
Mr. Greenlau and family left this
city for San Francisco, where they
lll reside permanently.
Born To Mrs. J. W. Hildebrand,
of Noith Bend, on Thursday, August
15, a daughter.
Mr. Cal. Wright enters on his du
ties as stato deputy game warden this
Mrs. Wm. Horsfall, Mrs. Hill and
Mrs. Wm. Haglund ara at Mr3.
Horsfall's ranch at Jordan Lake.
Gene Wickham, of CalUc, was
here yesterday, to cone alt Dr. Straw
Tilth regard to eye trouble.
Mr. and Mrs. Throne of Hoseburg,
Oregon, are visiting tliPlr relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Cal. Wright of thla city.
Miss Tonrtillot of (Jan Jose iu
visiting Mrs. Herbert Ilogou of C003
Mr and Mrs. McFa.land ar.J :,l.
and Mrs. E. Baker left yesterday for
a few days' outing up Coos River.
Mrs. Elrod has left for San Fran
cisco, where she will purchase fall
Rev. W. R. F. Browne and family
returns from several weeks' outing
up Coos River.
Mrs. Savage and daughter,1 Madge,
arrived in this city overland after
an extended trip through the east
Mrs. D. Keating left this city yes
treday morning for Myrtle Point,
whore she will visit for a short time
iith her brother.
Mr. Arno Moreen departed yes
terday for Portland and Tacoma
where ho ha3 business matters to
.,. Mr. Ileoppner, of Butte, Mon
tana, an electrical engineer, is on the
Bay, and thinks some of locating in
the Coos Bay country.
Mr. M. Wiggins, of Bloomingdalo,
Michigan, an old time friend of F. B.
Waite, who lived In Michigan thirty
years ago, is on tho Bay, a guest of
Mrs. Mlddleton and Mrs. Kline,
who had been with Mr. and Mrs. P.
A. Dovers for several weeks, started
on their return to Portland yester
day on the Breakwater.
The Smith company has received a
large consignment of railroad rails
from the cast and will soon have
them laid on the docks here and at
Robert Lang, who was camping at
Sunset Bay with relatives, had the
misfortune to dislocate his arm the
other day. He was attended by a
physician, and is Improving.
Dr. W. C. Sehlbrede who had been
with his brother C. A. Sehlbrede for
a month, started on his return trip
to Billings, Montana, yesterday on
the Breakwater. He will spend some
time in Portland and the Willamette
Kniuhts of I'ythlns Picnic.
Myrtle Lodge No. 3, K. of P., of
Marshfleid, and Posedion Lodge, No.
95, of North Bend, will on Sunday,
August 2G, give a joint picnic In
Pipers Grove, North Coos river.
Boats will leave North Bend and
Marshfleid at 8:30 S. m. (weather
permitting). Knights of Pythlans
and members of the Rathbonc Sis
ters have the privilege of inviting as
many friends as they care to. Tick
ets will he on sale at Norton and
Hansen's, Marshfleid, and North
Bond News Company, North Bend.
No tickets to bo sold after Friday,
August 23. Price 50c.
COOS RIVER NOTE
J. W. Russell's new gasoline
launch Is at last in operation. Mr.
Russell Is to be congratulated on
getting his boat to running at last.
Ho has been waiting several months
for the arrival of his engine.
Miss Elizabeth Cox and sister,
Myrtle, of Marshfleid spent a few
days last wpek visiting friends on
South Coos river.
Judging from the number of camps
to be seen along the river this sum
mer, Coos river is surely proving it
self to be a delightful camping
ground. Never before has there been
so many people camping on tho river
as there are this summer.
Two Coos river nlmrods, J. A.
Smith and S. B. Cutllp, stand In need
of the heartfelt sympathy of all their
friends. After spending a week on
a hunting trip in tho mountains, they
were forced to return horfie without
having caught sight of a stagW deer.
However, we extend to thein our sin
cere sympathy, and wish them bet
ter luck next time.
Daniel's Creek farmers are becom
ing very much pleased with the fact
that the county road in that vicinity
is being made Into one of tho finest
.in the county. For two or three
years past they have been graveling
the road, and at present, all of the
worst places are covered with a coat
of durable gravel. The community
Is exceedingly fortunate in being able
to obtain good gravel, for though It
has to be hauled quite a distance,
when tho roads are covered with it,
the Improvement Is found to bo permanent.
Launch Express Is
Will make rbgular trips between
South Coos I'lwr and Marshfleid
Leaving thciMazo at 7.00 a. m.
and Marshfeld at 4:30 p. m.
She will be open for charter
between t a. tn. and 4 p. xa.
VY""a"CnftUMl. -J IS.-.. fc H
, Nl,1 I'" i
1. It is your duty to Match for
your hubby's vtelfm-c and bo econom
ical. 2. It is v-h:? duty to sc that his
health is ieiu,c!'.
. It is your duly to ifielp I1I111 in
the many v.iifs Jossilrfe to belter
1. It is ! (jfity j)f aee that his
clothing ni.d Imt'f nreiitent neat and
5. It is v-HrfutiHr, if his hats or
other external Mf-nuiig apparel Is not
neat and cli';t.:,ttfseiiI them to the
I'nhpie I'uiits Ltgc and let them do
their duty. IB
(I. Their dfJf is to do first-class
work and tlicjfiio do it.
Goody enlleif for and delivered.
Bayliss & Mercer
WANTED By Mrs. J. A. Goodwill,
a few summer hoarders; parties
. .wishing a day on South Coos rfver
can get dinner. . Phono 20x8.
Launch Tioga leaves 8:00 a. m.
FOR SALE Open launch; 19 feet
long, 4 feet, 5 inches beamj three
horso power engine; nearly new
and in fine condition; only ?2j50.
G. K. Miller, Marshfleid, Ore.
WANTED Anybody having goods
to store call lat Taylor's Piano
House on Broaaway, near C. street.
Large warehouse just completed.
FOR SALE Ci cumbers lust the
right size for llckeling at' 25 cts.
per gallon. C J. Tibbets, Sum
ner, Ore. Phcne 1218 qfr 121x3.
FOR SALE Raflch of 1178 acres lo
cated 5 miles above Afegany. For
particulars aply to Henry Mlch-
elbrlnk. North! Bend,
tract or six do
FOR SALE Potftab
ness" care Times.
Bieavyteams to haul
B yharf, on con-
lars per day. L. D.
bake oven and
WANTED Dlshwafher and chamber
maid, at Hitoli Oregon, North"
FOR SALE Hbmfestead
Prat B, by t
In to clear land on
aero. L. D. Kln-
LIST your roor
2nd and A str
and houses with
ency House for
nablo. rates and
I CAN start any ordinary young man
that likes to travel In his own
business for $15 to $20. Informa
tion free. Hellesath, 2nd and A
street. Inclose 2-cent stamp for
AVANTKI) A good, lfve, energetic
boy; who is not afraid of work.
Apply to Times ollice.
FOR SALE Eight-room house and
lot on Mead street, just north of
M. E. church, frice, $1800, cash.
J. S. Edmunds, North Bend, or F.
L. Sumner, Marshfleid, Ore.
FOR SALE Small water pump. Ad
dress X V Z, Times office.
FOR SALE Furniture and lease of
the Marshfleid Hotel; 22 rooms;
all occupied. Inquire at tho Hotel.
WANTED Well connected, sober,
reliable young man as fellow law
student, evenings. Address R. L.
J., Times ofllce.
D. L. Avery, Mnimgei.
nursday and balance of iiie week
"THE AMERICAN BS0SC0PE"
Under tho direction of Mr. G. A. Ilager,
Will present a long series of tho Latest aryf Timely
THE EXCEEDINGLY FUNNY COlfEDY FILM.
Music by the Eminent Piano Soloist
Prof. C. A. Oumliir.
A refined entertainment for Ladies, Children and Gentle
men. One performance every evening. Change of pro
gram Monday and Thursday. Box office opens at 8 p. m.
Performance at 8:30. Admission Children 15c, Adults 25c.
11 Kn; 1Hl.W'MTP--TtlPJ-iS.B.iRfH -J W'TfU-WtTiyW'. .lil.lt. tjj
There never will be a b
Ooie to build you e Iv
than ali; the present b'l
Lumber is cheaper now on Coos
than it will ever be again
ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
We use the necessary facilities for
sending money tx all naifts of the
to5ut danger or loss
NATI(M BANK OF COOS
But we are not selling lumber. We are
in the 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
If you have fever used Giectric light you
would hardly jfiink of going back to tallow
candles or foul-smelling kerosene; if the
housewife has evecused an electric flat
iron she would nonie disposed to surrender
it. And if yjpufiave ever used a gas stove
no one could induce you to go back to the
old sooty, grimy coal stove.
WHY DO PEOPLE BUY EN
' SENGSTACKEN ADDITION.
It is choice inside residence oroperty, lots 50x100
with alleys, is well shelterewUJfa good bay view and
prices of lots are reasonabor particulars see
TITLE GUARANTEE & ABSTRACT CO.
Henry Sengstacken, Manager.
Mm if Tm
iu wa.fl r. "?
We guarantee botj(!r ork at krnrer prices,
than c-vft be hfldrelBewiiere. Do not order
monuentaLjTOrk until vou have
SEEN US I S
r. . r .. . a. w I
tewart & rviitcneii
Corner 3d & D Sts.
sas"" Phone, Main 1731
Marshfield and North Bend.
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WILSON & THOMAS
Contractors and Builde
Office fixtures a specialty; Strfe Fronts, Counters,
Shelving. Let us worhr outpour plans. See us bo
Shop opposite Bear's Livery Stable, North Front Street
FOR. SALE ON EASJTERMS
Neat and modern. Situdfed in North Bend
Heights. Best mwjm the peninsula, also
vacant lots in the feline tract. Prices rea
sonable and terms easy.
WARD & HURD
Successors o 'Ward & 'Wnrd. Comer Meade nnd Vermont Sts.
We beg to announce the arrival
of our new line of the Adler & Sons
Autumn' and Winter Clothing. We
do business undeijf the motto, "T'is
better a little earwthan a little late"
and therefore havie ordered our new sea
son's goods so afe to have diem as soon
as the makers have themout and by
this method have elimmaied all the
vexatious delays caused by the conges
tion of shipping in the months of Sep
tember and Octbberi
We hnvo an eyfluslvo lino of the
Miclwcli'Stcii-n Clothing. These
lines uru clothes celebrated for their
wearing qualities, their fit nnd dis
Sacchi Building on 2nd Street