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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1907.
Mrs. Qoe. 'Tucker was down from
Coos Riven yesterday.
Mr. Stnuff of Wlllanch Inlet was a
Marshfleld visitor yesterday.
Miss Stanford of North Inlet was
In this city ycstci day.
Mrs. McOnnn of the Creamery was
in this city yesterdayi
Mr. S. Bldwell of Milllngton was
l Mila ntv Thnrnlnv 1
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Mrs. Ernest Smith spent yesterday
with friends' up the Coos River.
CharlQS Rodlne, of Allegany, Is
building n two story homo.
Mr. Minicks of Courtney Mills
was a Marshfleld visitor yesterday.
Dr. Watson of North Bend was In
this city yesterday.
Frank Ross of Cooa River was in
this city Thursday.
Born To Mrs. Bert Burton, of
Lihby, on August 15th, a daughter.
Born To Mrs. Prank Black, of
Sumner, on August lGth, a daughter.
Rov. B. P. Bengtson has ordered
estimates for a new homo.
Prank Marhoffer was over from
Bay City yesterday. y
C. L. Buttcrfleld Is planning a new'
homo in South Maishfleld and the
work will soon bo under way.
George Schlegel is visiting Port
land and dthor Oregon towns on
Miss Hattio Bowion of Henry
vile Is visiting Miss Ilattie Ferry of
Dr. Walters and far!':- leave to
day for a weeks visit at Charleston
Mr. Geo. Farrln leturned yester
day from a business trip to.Myitle
Mr. W. H. Painter of this city left
for the Coqullle country yo3terday,
on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hall and Misses
Stauff,. Hall and Eickworth spent
Thursday evening at Bay City.
A. M. Prentiss, who lately ar
ranged for more rbom in his racket
stoie, went to Portland on the Break
water to purchase goods.
W. J. Butler wont to the Ten Milo
country this week to spend his an
nual vacation. The remainder of the
family preceded him several days.
Miss Vesta King of Coqullle and
Miss Trlxle King of Portland are vis
iting their aunt Mrs. H. Noble of this
L. W. Shaw leaves soon for the
Ten Milo country where ho will
spend his vacation hunting and fish
ing. Mr. Jas. Duncan; president and
manager of the Coos Bay Furnishing
company of North Bend was In this
Mr. W. H. Smith of Marshall
Wells Hardwaro Co.; of Portland, Is
on the Bay and will make a business
tour through theicountry.
and Is to move it to tho rear of tho
lot, and it Is to be fixed up for an
abstract or a real estate ofllco. It
was found to be hardly worth mov
ing on account of decay. A large
concrete building is to bo built on
the site of tho old saloon, which will
bo used for a bank.
J. J. Hill may as well expect to
sink rapidly Into obscurity unless he
goes In for collecting art treasures or
I! fit It (llltl linfnli f
jour Iiublij'f, welfare and bo economical.
'-. It is j our duty to see dint Ills
health is periect.
3. It is VOlif (IllfV In linln Mm In
the many wins posslbleiflriietter
himself liimiic&lly nnrtocially.
i. !t K Vfml tlttiStt liwi Hit.- 1.1c
Clotllilll! mill llJtuHru l.-i.nt iw.nt mwl
It is iiiir rlnlvl If lilu li!i(u m
other external wearliiJ apparel is not
neat and clean, to seild diem to die
Unique Punts people nnd let diem do
0. Their duty is to do first-class
Hoik nnd they do do it.
Goods iv.Ilid for and delhered.
'ayass & Mercer
WANTED By Mrs. J. A. Coodwlll,
a few summer .boarders; parties
wishing a day on South Coos river
can get dinner. Phono 20x8.
Launch Tioga leavos 8:00 a. m.
FOR SALE Open launch; 19 feet
loag, 1 feet, j Inches beam; three
horse power engine; neaily nun
and In fine condition; or.. 32.10
G. K. Miller, Matshfiid. Cue.
WANTED Anybody bavins good
to store call at Taylor's riano
Houso ou Broadway, near C. treot
Largo warehouse Just completed
4, ,$, $, .$. .j, .j. 4. 4. .$. 4. .. 4.
NEWS OP COQUILLK.
$ .j. 4. . j. .J. $ 4. $ $
Coqullle, Ore, Aug. 13. Mrs.
Masters spent last week at tho "Or
chard" on Coos river.
Johnson's mill, above town, is run
ning full time since the proprietor's
return from tho city.
The Coqullle saw mill is running
with a scarcity of hands men pre
ferlng to work In the logging camps,
wnere they get higher wages.
The lato rain put out tho fire In
Aasen's camp and laid tho. dust so
that a buggy ride now is a pleasure,
of which many avail themselves.
There was a general exodus from
Yoakum's logging camp Saturday
last. It was pay day and many of
the men shouldered their blankets
and left for other scenes.
Mr. Slaglo, tho horse trainer at
Arago, has three horses under train
ing for tho races; two trotters and
one pacer. He is assisted by W. E.
State Food Commissioner Bailey
is In town this morning on his in
spection of this part of Oregon. Ho
is well pleased with the looks of the
Coqullle valley and its possibilities.
Mr. Frank Carr, of the boot and
shoe manufactory, has a new shoe
machine for sewing soles qn shoes.
Ho has many orders and is looking
for men who can help make shoes.
Our town is full of good looking
schoolmarms attending tho semi-annual
teachers examination, which Is
in session at this writing. Prof.
Bunch Is in charge.
The hooktender at Cody's camp,
W. R. Ranghirge, was badly Injured
by a cable last Monday afternoon.
He Kvas alone and unconscious some
time. He was badly scratched and
injured internally. He is resting at
tho city hospital, and tho doctor
thinks ho will recover.
Attorney chase returned from his
hunting expedition over in the Coos
Bay country and reports eleven deer
and one bear as tho game bagged by
liis party. Ho had the honor of
bringing down Mr. Bruin, and five
deer, with his rifle. The rain caused
them to lose some of their meat.
Nearly al hay was safely housed
boforo the rain, except some late
grain hay, which is now being cut.
7, .J,fnag nni nil cardens are
making a luxuriant growth and give
promise of plenty to eat m ""
If you listen you will hear wed
ding bells for there wero three
marriage licenses taken out lately.
George A. Cody nnd Miss Hose E.
Dunn; Vern Garoutte and Miss Rena
Burgess; Wm. Barkdoll and Miss
Mrs. Clara Canterberry and two
children took the stage here Tuesday
morning for Roseburg on their way
to Southern California on a visit to
relatives and friends. Mrs. Canter
berry is a daughter of Rov. F. M.
Sandorlln of Bandon neighborhood.
An old landmark is today being
moved; tho old Bon Ton saloon
building erected in 1875. Wm.
Goodman, tho house mover, com
menced work on It this morning.
OR rALEx Cucumbers jusi the
r'.shi tlreinr plckling i.t 2." cts
per gallon.' O. .7. Tlbbctt:, Sum
ner, Cie. Phono 1218 or 121x3.
FOR SALE Ranch of 158 acres lo
cated 5 miles above Allegany. For
particulars apply to Henry Mlch
elbrink, North Bend.
WANTED Two heavy teams to haul
piling for Plat B wharf, on con
tract or bIx dollars per day. L. D.
FOR SALE Portable bako oven and
baking utensils. Address "Busi
ness" care Times.
WANTED Dishwasher and chamber
maid, at Hotel Oregon, North
FOR SALE Homestead relinquish
ment. Address R. B .(J., caro The
WANTED Ten men to clear land on
Plat B, by tho acre. L. D. Kinney.
LIST your rooms and houses with
Hellesath's Agency House for
renting; reasonable rates and
sieedy service guaranteed. Cor.
2nd and A streets.
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
WANTED A good, live, energetic
boy, who Ms not afraid of work.
Apply to Times ofilce.
FOR SALE Eight-ropm house and
lot on Mead street, just north of
M. E. church. Price, $1800, cash.
J. S. Edmunds, North Bend, or F.
L. Sumner, Marshfleld, Ore.
FOR SALE Small water pump. Ad
dress X Y Z, Times ofllco.
FOR SALE Furniture and lease of
tho Marsh'fleld Hotel; 22 rooms;
all occupied. Inquire at the Hotel.
WANTED Well connected, sober,
reliable young man as fellow law
student, oveHlngs. Address R. L.
J., Times offtee.
YOUNG LADY 'WANTED to fold
Chamber of Commerce booklet.
Apply to Mr. Brown, job depart
ment of tho Coos .Bay Times.
NEW WAREHOUSE Just complet
ed in Marshfleld for storing your
household fcoods. Btist pf caro
guaranteed? For terms call at
Taylor's Tlano House, Broadway.
FOR RENT Two office rooms;
brand new. Call a Taylor's Piano
WANTED Girl bookkeeper for gen
eral mercnanaise sipre. Auuregtt
box 209, Marshfleld, Ore.
Our service is the best of
any restuarant in Marshfield.
We have a restuarant that would
do credit to a place of many
times the size of Marshfield. In
our dining room you can secure
privacy and quiet and the best
of cuisine Experienced waiters
will attend to your wants in
the shortest possible time
And our lunch counter is
not to be excelled Everything
is first class, up-to-date, and
the cooking vies with that
"Like Mother used to
North Front Street
Opposite City Hall
J WHY DO PEOPLE BUY IN
It is choice inside residendeproperty, lots 50x100
with alleys, is well shdtereafoh a good bay view and
prices of lots are reasonable For particulars see
TITLE GUARANTEE & ABSTRACT CO.
Henry Sengstacken, Manager.
1 ft COOS BAY I
I "fesr MOpiENIAL WORKS I
H JSLWSiM V3 gjfrfantoo bettor work at lower prices, I
m JB!imxW ffSHHTC- tlfenain be hud elsewhere. Do not order I
B flMilHlKOWMH' monumental work until you have B
I B3&nSL Stewart & Mitchell j
1 IllLl3f2& Corner 3d & D Sts. I
I P'BfewEst Phone, Main 1731 I
WILSON & THOMAS
Contractors and Builders
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Office fixtures a specialty Store Froptpf Counters,
Shelving. Let us work out your plans; See us be
Shop opposite Bear's Livery Stable, North front Street
FOR. SALE ON EASY TERMS
Neat and modern. JSituated in North Bend
Heights. Best view t onjieenmstrraralso
vacant lots in the same tract. Prices rea
sonable and terms easy.
WARD & HURD
Successors to Ward & Ward.
Corner Meade and Vermont Sts.
There never will be a better
time to build you a house
than at the present time.
Lumber is cheaper now on Coos
Bay than it will ever he again.
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
for gas. -
If you have ever used electric light you
would hardly think of going back to tallow
candles or foul-swelliBpkerosene; if the
housewife has effused an electric flat
iron she would not be Jisposed to surrender
it. And if you have ever used a gas stove
no one could induce you to go back to the
old sooty, grimy coal stove.
The Coos Bay Gas
Marshfield and North . Bend.
New Autumn .
ii nnd . ,
We beg to announce the arrival
of our new line of the Adler & Sons
Autumn and Winter Clothing. We
do business under the motto, "T'is
better a little early than a little late"
and therefore have ordered our new sea
son's goods so as to have them as soon
as the makers have them out and by
this method have eliminaied all the
vexatious delays caused by the conges
tion of shipping in the months of Sep
tember and October.
Wc have nn exclusive lino of tho
David AtUcr Sons Clothing. These
lines aio clothes celehrated for their
earing qualities, their fit and dis
SacM Building on 2nd Street