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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD. ORF.CGX TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1907.
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Mr. and Mrs. Hope, of Ten Mile,
were city visitors yesterday.
Mrs. Halleran, of North Bend, was
in Marshfleld yesterday.
Mrs. D. L. Robinson, of Koss Inlet,
was shopping In Marshfleld on Mon
day. Mrs. A. Collver, of Sumner, was in
Marshfleld on business Monday.
Mrs. McDonald and daughter
Mary, of North Lake, are visiting In
Marshfleld for a week or ten days.
Mrs. Nichols, of Salem, Is visiting
in this city for some time, as the
guest of her son, Mr. Tom Nichols.
Miss Dorothy Wover, of San Fran
cisco, Is visiting In Marshfleld for
some time with relatives and friends.
The Ladies' Art 'Club will meet
with Mrs. Charlie McCullough, at her
home on Farrln Heights, instead of
with Mrs. Kate Lando, as mentioned
in the Sunday issue of The Times.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Rozen, of Los
Angeles, passed through Marshfleld
on their way to Bandon, where they
will remain for somo time with rel
atives, Incidentally attending to busi
ness affairs. Upon their return to
Coos Bay they will visit North Bend
Mr. S. W. Bayley, of Idaho, is on
Coos Bay for an indefinite period.
Mr. Bayley intends making several
Investments while here. Later on he
will be joined by a friend, Mr. W. B.
Boyle, of Seattle, and they will de
part for Curry County, where they
will Inspect the timber in that coun
try. From there they will go down
the coast to Crescent City and Eu
reka. Mr. B. N. Rodgers, of Chicago, Is
on Coos Bay, In view of locating If
a suitable opportunity is offered. Mr.
Rodgers has formerly be6n Inter
ested In wholesale dealing, but de
sires to enter some other busi
ness less confining. If successful in
his search, Mr. Rodgers will build his
home and as soon as completed will
bring his wifo and children to the
Mr. V. W. Lowis, of San Francisco,
is making a business tour of this sec
tion. Mr. Lowis has made many In
vestments in Coos County and also
some in Curry County. After mak
ing a thorough sojourn of the Ten
Mile country and Tioga, he will leave
for Port Orford and remain about ten
days. Upon his return to Coos Coun
ty Mr. Lowis will remain in Baudon
with friends for a few days, thence
leaving for the south by way of Rose
burg. Mrs. A. N. Wilson, of Salt Lake
City, left Marshfleld yesterday for
Wisconsin, whero she will remain for
a few weeks with her son, Ralph Wil
son, who was In this city during last
winter. After leaving Wisconsin, Mrs.
Wilson will go to Salt Lake City and
make arrangements for the sale of
her property In that city and then
come to Coos Bay, accompanied by
her husband, to make their perma
Miss Ellen Rugler, of Portland, Is
visiting In Marshfleld for a few
weeks with her sister, Mrs. McLee.
Later on she will visit friends at Ban
don and Coquille. Before returning
to Portland Miss Rugler will make
a sojourn through California, visit
ing various places of interest, among
them the Santa Barbara Mission. The
trip will last about three months.
Mrs. F. B. Frow will Join Miss Rugler
at San Mateo.
A. H. Eddy for plans and speci
fications of your new home.
Hot Tamales and Hot Drinks at
1 JUST TO REMIND YOU
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Bandon, Nov. 2. J. S. Lawrence,
of Coquille, has been in town a few
days on business and vl3lting friends.
The Bundon left for Coos Bay with
part of a load of lumber. She will
complete tho load at the latter port
for San Francisco.
Tho Halloween masque ball, given
In tho Bank hall by tho Ladies' Art
,club, was a big success. Tho costumes
were especially fine. A large crowd
was In attendance and everything
was lovely except that spectators
were allowed to encroach upon the
floor space more than was necessary
and a few of the more timorous ones
objected to the flourishing of fire
arms by characters representing cow
toys, clowns and burglars.
The rivalry created by placing the
launch Eagle on tho Coqullle-Bandon
That We are Exclusive Paint Dealers, Wholesale -and Retail;
i hat You Need rami and Wall raper:
That We have the Largest Store and the Larp" M Best
Selected Stock on the Bay;
That Our 10, 15, 20, and 25 cent Double Roll Wall Paper
can't be beat;
That Our Goods are the Best and Prices the Lowest;
That We Deliver Anywhere on the Bay:
I hat If You can not Call on Us let Us Know and We will Coll
on You with Samples and Prices;
That We can Save You Money if You give Us a :'n -
BAYSIDE PAINT CO.
F. K. MOINRtM . TlKriarrei-.
Phone 1251 North Bend, 0,-e.
COOS BAY AGENT
JAS. E. PEPPER
HILL & HILL
OLD GRAND DAD
IvA Al 4-64 &-& 44m&0
? w&ts $ ?tas?rc?t
.rinAM(MxaAasimiicHi rantv 'jKMim
run has resulted In the Coquille
Ulver Navigation company's assign
ing the steamer1 Favorite, the fastest
of the fleet, to run in direct opposi
tion, carrying nothing but passengers
and mail. In the first race down the
river yesterday the Favorite was tho
winner by about 15 minutes. This
is tho kind of competition that bene
fits the people and Bandonlans who
have had to take two days to go to
tho county seat, transact an hour's
business and return are glad to see
Miss Esther Yaeger, who has been
employed in Merchant Brothers'
store in Marshfleld, arrived in Ban
don yesterday. She will stay here
for the future, as it is expected that
the Yaeger estate, in which she is
the principal party In interest, will
be settled within a short time.
R. D. Hume, of Rogue River, and
Dr. Mann, of Langlols, are visitors
In our city this week. '
R. E. Woodruff, of, Roseburg, has
purchased an Interest In the Bandon
Furniture company's store and here
after will bo associated with N. C.
Medley In tho management thereof.
George E. Peoples, of Coquille, is
a business visitor here today.
The school report of Superintend
ent Ostien for the month ending
October 25, 1907, gives a total of en
rollment for tho month, of ai9, with
nn average dally attendance of 274,
and a roll of honor of 134. Ten pu-
S NEW TONS
Andrew Weed, Prop.
Harboring Is Like Any Other Busi
ness YOU MUST KNOW HOW.
Wo make a specialty of treating the w.alp to prevent the hair from
falling out, guaranteeing to stop it with a very few applications.
Ladles specially invited to give us a trial. Mondays and FridayB
are ladles' days.
FACE MASSAGE AND SHAMPOO-
All Botflcd in Bond. Nothing but straight Whisky
Sold. All Leading Brands of Beers and
The Ins. E. Pepper Whisky cau be found on tap nt
THE NUTWOOD SALOON
e First Trust
ING is one of onr sieinItieR
To introduce our "RUSTIJHtr'Taffeto Silk Petticoats In the P. . vo will fend to
tho first 1n Applicants our Booklet' vuluo One Dollar and Order Illunk, showing jon
now to Proeurc lor jouncU a Taffeta Silk Petticoat, btoie ului 17.00, absolutely free, by
simply distributing the cariU contained in booL.lv) to jour Iricnds.
CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL IT TO US.
To the Rustling Silk Petticoat AlfR. Co.,
43 West 27th Street 'New York City.
l'lvuso send mo jour'booklel and order blai.k for a Taffeta Silk" Petticoat.
owners have united in a petition to
tho Department of War to have the
pils of the high school received over rock reef just inside the harbor re
95 per cent In from one to four sub- moved. Colonel Roessler has for-
jects each. warded the petition to the proper au-
Mrs. Simpson and Miss Williams, thorlties at Washington with a rec-
who have been visiting the former's omendatlon that it be done.
mother Mrs. Sarah Costello, of this The Athletic Club met last night
place, returned to their respective for the purpose of placing the basket-
homes In Portland and San Fran-' ball business for the season on a rec
cisco Tuesday. ognlzed basis, they elected C. B. Hoi-
Lewis Olsen, who has been jailed lopeter manager, and Ernest Boak
three times recently, was sentenced captain and coach. Mr. Hollopeter
to ten days In tho county jail early ' will try to arrange games with the
this week, for carrying concealed various teams in the county. The
Lent Reynolds, of Seattle, is visit
ing his sister Mrs. Harry Morrison, j team this fall on account of tho fact
Martin Roblson will present "Bel-, that efforts in the gymnasium line,
cbazzer" with local talent some time j together with private business of the
during the winter. It will probably , members, will demand all their time,
be under the auspices of the Athletic However, we are promised a good
ciul)f I basket-ball team, and look for some
An exhibition athletic meet Is be- ( Interesting games.
Ing planned for about the middle of j The high school boys have organ
tho month bv the directors of the Ized for football and are practising
' club management was forced to dis
pense with the much desired football
T. Treadgold was In
falthfuly. They are arranging for
games with the different schools In
Prosper yesterday Investigating tho ' the county; their team will average
niipced boatlnK of a sailor by an of- about ISO pounds to tne man.
fleer of one of the ships tied up
Mrs. C. E. Hollopeter has organ
ized a mandolin and glee club from
among tho members of her music
classes. Their work is considered
splendid by all who have heard them
The Latter Day Saints are begin
ning tho erection of a new church
building, which will bo when com
pleted the finest of its kind in the
city. Its location is at the corner of
Columbia and First streets.
A now member of the medical pro
fession Is reported for Bandon. Dr.
J. W. Kplly, formerly of Portland,
will locate hero.
W. H. Harris, tho Marshfleld real
estate man, was in our city yester
day. He Is much Impressed with tho
future of the valley as well as that
oE tho bay.
Harry Hunt left yesterday for
Myrtle Point where he has pnrchased
a ranch. He Is about to dlsposo of
his home In Bandon and will make
his home at tho former place.
Bandon, Nov. 3. Harbor records
for October show a total of 2,035,000
feet of lumber, 2,139,000 shingles,
1G4 tons manufactured broomhan
dles, 11C tons cordwood, 240 tons
poles, seven tons manufactured
woolen goods and 50 tons miscellane
ous goods shipped out, and 550 tons
merchandise brought In by a total of
seven arrivals and ten departures of
six threo-masterB and four steamers.
Shippors, sea captains and vessel
The steamer Elizabeth arrived in
yesterday from San Francisco with
110 tons general merchandise and
machinery. She will leave about
Monday with the tide.
A creamery to eclipse anything on
the coast Is the latest project for
Bandon; San Francisco capitalists
are behind the movement.
Tho Oregon left today for Frisco,
with lumber and shingles from Pros
per and Bandon.
Tho city fathers mot last night and
transacted the usual routine business.
Recorder C. R. Wade is Investigating
some alleged wrongful encroach
ments of the public on private prop
C. R. Barrow, of,Coquille, J. Hul
ing, of Myrtle Point, and John Mars
den, from the Bay, are business visi
tors in Bandon today.
Doctors Culln and Mingus aro In
the city, called In consultation with
Dr. Houston on the case of Mrs. C
Rasmussen; her condition is about
the same as given in last reports.
The salmon season here this year is
a failure, being regarded by cannery
men and fishermen as the inevitable
offyear; all parties interested will he
losers for the season's work.
Fresh Crabs Dally.
Wo also have two fishermen to
supply us with Fresh Fish every day,
including deep sea flsh, mussels and
clams, when they are to bo had. The
Ellerby market, No. Front St.
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Rates for want advertising Kive
cents per Hue.
at the Marshfiold M "W-,,
at tho Blanco 1 MitBl
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Will Give Special Attention
To Its Savings Department
paying interest on Barings, accounts and accepting deposits in
amounts from J1.00 up.
Statistics show the wealth of the masses of tho people Is
hugely duo to accumulations In Savings banks. We will remain
open from 5:00 to 8:00 o'clock Saturday evenings for the con
venience of savings depositors.
WANTED At Once. Bids for clear
ing streets in Bay Park. I. S.
Kaufman & Co.
Officers and Directors
JOHN 8. COK E, President.
W. S. CHANDLER, HENTOT SENGSTACKEN.
WILLIAM GRIMES. STEPHEN O. ROGERS.
JUDGE JOHN F. HALL. DORSET KREIT55ER, Cashier.
DR. C. W. TOWER. M. C. HORTON, Vice Pros.
WANTED Competent lady stenog
rapher, desires employment; either
permanent position or piece work.
Address V. H. care of Times Office.
FOR RENT Three nicely furnished
rooms for housekeeping.
I guarantee better work at lower prices,
than cm be had elsewhere. Do not order
monumental work until you huvo
f. M. Stewart, Prop.
Corner 3d & D Sts.
Phone, Main 1'
WANTED Ten men for work on
First Trust & Savings building,
oorner First and C streets, Marsh
fleld; $3 per day of 9 hours
','-;?'.'l..VA V..VC?0 K , ' t
WANTED Party with $2000 or
more to tako interest in local busi
ness enterprise. For further par
ticulars address X. D. S.
care Times office.
W A N T E D Experienced waitress
wanted C days a week, good wages.
Java Coffee House.
WANTED Board in private family
by a young gentleman. Address
"G," care Times office.
LOST Shepherd pup; yellow with
white collar. Return to J. H.
Flanagan and receive reward.
WANTED Board and room In prlv
vato family. Close in. Times, A.
WANTED Unfurnisher room, with
running water. Close in, Caro
of Times, A.
Steam Dye Works
Ladles' nnd Gouts' Garments
Cleaned or Dyed
Philip Bwter, Propririor.
Hot Tamales and Hot Drinks at
Coming Homo Next Week.
A telophone message yesterday
from Cell Ireland, who is at Rose
burg, says he wJl return to Coos Bay
early next week. Mr. Ireland has
been absent for a month and has
been at PrinevlUo for tho greater
part of the time.
iectnic Power and Flatirons
COOS BAY ACADEMY OF MUSIC
StudentB may graduato In Voice, Piano or Pipe Organ. Rapid and
thorough method for beginners. Classes In Harmony, Counterpoint, etc.,
vocal sight reading and piano ensemble. Singers coached In oratorio,
opera, or concert work by tho director.
ELMER A. TODD, CConnell Bldg., Marshfield