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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD. OREGON. OREGON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1907.
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Let it known that ADLER'S FAMOUS COLLE
GIANS are on sale here. No matter how radical
or conservative the model, each suit bears the
earmark of unobtrusive elegance. And there's
a wide range of types browns, tans and
grays in styles that are favored by particular
and critical men.
Ram-coats The Best, Ever
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L S. Kaufman & Co,
Over Telephone Office
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2nd and E Streets I
2 residence lots in R.T R.
add. coiner with east and
2 beautiful lots in R. R.
add. with fine Bay view.
2 Won Sheridan St. in
lots in West Marsh-
lot in the Central
100x100 one of the busi
ness corners for sale on
Seymour Erlckson of Ten Mile was
Mrs. Cal Ray was a visitor in this
Mrs. Worrel of North Bend was
Mrs. W. F. Ray was a Marshfleld
Don McKay of Daniels Creek was
in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Jack Ellerby and son were
city visitors yesterday.
Mr. II. C. DIers of North Bend was
a city visitor yesterday.
Misses Smith and Nler were in
from Ten Mile yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. D. Savage spent
Sunday at "The Hatchery."
Mrs. H. Black left this city yester
day for a visit at Sumner.
Mrs. Wyatt Coffelt of Coos River
was a city visitor yesterday.
Mrs. Albert Matson returned Sun
day from a few days outing.
Mrs. Falkenstein of North Bend
was a city visitor yesterday.
Mrs. J. D. Morgan of Daniels Creek
was a city visitor yesterday.
Mrs. Kidder left thi.i city jepter
day for her home in Salem
Mr. J. J. Burns of North Bend
was a city visitor yesterday.
Mr. Nels Olson of East Marshfleld
is building a five-room residence.
Mrs. J. D. Magee and children are
in from Ten Mile for a few day;.
Mrs. White and son left yesterday
for a few days visit up Coos River.
Mr. and Mrs. Squires spent Sun
day at Dow's camp up Coos River.
Mr. McKee spent Sunday with Mr.
R. Williams and family up Cooa
Mrs. Robert Simpson of North
Bend was a Marshfleld visitor yes
terday. Mrs. Cal Ray and Mrs. W. F. Ray
left yesterday for a few days' outing
Virgil Pugh of Empire was trans
acting business in Marsnfleld yester
Mrs. Louis Worth is spending a
few weeks at Myrtle Point with rela
tives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Billings went
to Myrtle Point yesterday to be ab
sent for several days.
Miss Susie Elckworth is spending
a few days at Dr. Tower's summer
home up Coos River.
Misses May Bennett and Laura
Kruse are visiting at the Sigma Chi
house boat for a few days.
The Modern Company Is arrang
ing the Lockhart building for a largo
millinery display next week.
Attorneys McLeod, Hollister and
Derbyshire, and H. Behnko were here
from North Bend yesterday on legal
Messrs. Wiggins, Whitney, Walte,
Harriman and Mahoney spent Sun
day exploring various places around
S. W. Scotten left yesterday morn
ing for the Coquille whero he will
spend a week at Bandon and Co
Mrs. George Ferrey arrived here
yesterday from Los Gatos, and other
California points, alter an ausence
of five months.
Mrs. Seaman left yesterday even
lnc for her home up Coos River, af
ter having spent a few days In this
city with friends.
Sheriff Gage was in Marsnneici
yesterday looking for jurymen for
the September term of court which
opens on the 9th Instant.
J. W. Nler returned yesteruay irom
San Francisco where he had been on
business connected with the right
of way for the Drain railroad.
Miss Hattie Ferrey will leave
Marshfleld on the 5th of September
for Portland where she will attend
St. Helen's Hall; a woman's college.
Frank Hague and Dr. Richardson
returned to Marshfldld Sunday night,
after encountering rain near the
Smith basin. They had started on
an extended trip but concluded it
was best to return when the rain
WANTED A waiter at Hotel Ore
gon, North Bend.
WANTED Millwrights and laborers
by the Courtenay Lumber Co.
WANTED By Mrs. J. A. Goodwill,
a fow summer boarders; parties
wishing a day on South Coos river
can got dinner. Phono 20x8.
Launch Tiogn leaves 8:00 a. m.
WANTED Anybody havlnsy goods
to store call at Taylory Piano
House on Broadway, near C. street.
Large warehouse Just completed.
WANTED Two hoavy ton
piling for Plat B whar!
tract or six dollars per d
FOR SALE Portable bake oven and
baking ntenslls. Address "Busi
ness" care Times.
WANTED Dishwasher and pharaber
maid, at Hotel Oregon, North
WANTED Ton men to clear land on
Plat B, by the acre. L. D. Kin
ney. FOR SALE Eight-room house and
lot on Mead street, just north of
M, E. church, i-rlce, $1800, cash.
J. S. Edmunds, North Bond, or F.
L. Sumnor, Marshfleld, Ore.
A BARGAIN Two lots In Bandon,
oao a corner. 40 x 100 each.
Price for both, J170 not. Stuts
man & Co,
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AT THE HOTELS. ,
IIIiuico J. S. Miller; E. J. Sib
bald, Portland, R. F. Jenkins, Port
land; Steve Kordman; C. Elklns, San
Francisco; W. C. Rushing and son,
Myrtle Point; O. Burkman; Mrs. C.
V. Pyrltz and brother, Gardiner;
Miss Cecilia Wessela, Gardiner; J.
W. Nler, San Francisco; A. L. Davis,
Bay City; R. McD. Nier, Ten Mile;
Miss A. E. Knox, Portland; Miss Del
la Nelson, Bandon; M. G. Cleaver,
Portland; C. E. Wright Hartford;
A. Pteerson and wlfp Oakland; G.
N. Stewart, Empire; E. D'. DIas, Elk
ton; W. Doane, San Francisco; E. J.
Slbbald, San Francisco; Chas. Smal
ly; C. B. Magler, Seattle; E. W.
O'Loughlln, Seattle; G. Churchill,
Coquille; W. Block, San Francisco;
R. A. Wheeler, San Francisco; M.
Mausell and daughter.
Central G. Gilbertson; F. B.
Wire, Portland; O. C. Rice, Coquille;
E. M. Furman; T. C. Kendall; L. G.
Dake, Harvard, 111.; J. A. Rhodes;
Jacob Johns, Wedderburn; W. S.
Goodman; E. R. Wall; Tnos. Gaffy;
E. A. Gundelflnger, San Francisco;
D. O. Hills, Oroville; Chas.Bruschke;
Chas. Smally; E. Thomas; John
Shepas; Daniel Phelan, Roseburg;
B. F. Pyott and wife; H. E. Car
micheal, North Bend.
August 25, to Mrs. Thomas Sumer
lin, of Catching Inlet, a daughter.
August 26 to Mrs. W. S. Brown,
of Marshfleld, a daughter.
Coos County Peaches.
Who says Coos county can't grow
peaches? T. M. Hermann of the
South Fork brought one to this office
Wednesday that measured 8 Inches
in circumference. It was of the
Early Crawford variety and hard to
beat for its fine flavor. --Myrtle Point
DRAIN STAGE SCHEDULE.
The Drain stage boat leaves
Marshfleld at 4.30 a. m.; re-
turning, arrives at 12:30 p. m.
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Mistake In Announcement.
A mistake was made In the report
of the sale of a half interest in Mrs.
Nellie Owen's business In Sunday's
Times. The interest was purchased
by Mrs. Mary Cowan Instead of Mrs.
Copple. . The business will be con
ducted as before, under the name,
Casene is a wonderful soap.
You'll never know why until you try
it in hot or cold water.
Dance nt Sumner, -Aug. 31.
T.miTip.liPs Tloea and Sumner leave
Marshfleld at 7:00 sharp.
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WANTED Cranberry pickers. J. H.
Plnkerton, North Inlet.
WANTED A Japanese wants a pri
vate instructor to teach plain Eng
lish, between 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.
Box 1C3. Geo. E. YatsufujI.
WANTED A boy; must bo polite
and neat. Apply Unlquo Pant
ntorium. FOR RENT 5-room cottage,
bath. Mrs. T. S. Minot.
WANTED Two or four furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. In
quire at Times.
WANTED Girl bookkeeper for gen
eral merchandise store. Address
9, Marshfleld, Ore.
fED An elderly lady to cook
lor eating club of eight men. Ad
dress Box P, North Bend.
FOR SALE Undertaking business
at North Bend. Apply Hotel North
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room; gentlemen prefered. Ap
ply at Times office.
WANTED Good farm and dairy
hand. Wages $40.00 per mo. and
board. E. L. Bessey. Phono 208.
FOR RENT Ton-room house in
South Marshfleld. Apply to A. B,
Campbell, Finnish Co-operatlvo
WANTED Young lady assistant
bookkeeper must write neat hand
and be 'accurate. Box 334, City,
WANTED Man and wife or widow
woman, no objections to child; or
good girl for general house work.
Apply Mrs, F, Rogers, Coos River.
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I W. A. HARING 1
I Dealer in PurcrQfm Milk
I and ButtermilkjFrec de- H
a livery to all pinrta of the city. H
I North Bend, - Ocegon
There is no power so
clean, safs; flexible in ap
plicationand ready for in
stant ise as ajKelectric
motor It ispfre econom
ical thsteam, both in in
stalling and operating.
Your expense stops the sec
ond your machine stops.
I HOTELS, BOARDING . I
J HOUSES, LOGGING I
I Camps. Resturaits I
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I FOLLOWING LINES I
1 Hotel Ranges both single and double I
I oven, Heavy Steel Cooking Utensils, I
I White Metal Table Wares, White and !
I White German Enamelware, and all lines I
1 to furnish the above trades complete. I
I Catalogues and discount on application. I
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