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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD. OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1907.
Personal Notes. J
Miss Anderson was a city visitor
Mrs. McCurdy was shopping In
Miss May Magee, of Empire, spent
Wednesday with friends In this city.
Mrs. V. C. Blady, of Ohio, Is1 vis
King relatives In this city for a few
weeks. , . ,
Mrs. Houston, of Bandon, Is In
Marshfield, attending to business In
terests. Mrs. Fred Turtle, of Bandon,(ls.vls
lting for a few days with relatives
in this city.
Mr. E. I. Lewis, of 'San Francisco,
is on Coos Bay In Interest of the firm
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Hansyn, of
Texas, are visiting on Coos Bay for
a few weeks.
Mr. A. D. Andrew, of Seattle, Is on
Coos Bay, for an Indefinite lengtlof
time, attending to business affairs.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Edner spent
Wednesday in Empire, attending to
business and also visiting with
friends for a few hours.
Mr. C. E. Norrls, representing Dur
ham, Karrlgan & Haydon, of San
Francisco, is making a business visit
to Coos Bay and neighboring country.
Miss Elsie McKow left North Bend
yesterday for her home In Chicago,
after having spent several weeks on
Coos Bay with relatives and friends.
Mr. N. S. Done, of Santa Barbara,
is In this city in view of locating.
If successful In finding advantages
favorable, Mr. Done will build a home
and bring his family when the resi
dence is completed.
Miss Elsio Tyne, of Grants Pass,
left Marshfield for her home yester
day, where she will join her sister,
Miss Helen Tyne, and accompanied
by her will depart on a three months'
tour through southern states,
After having spent several weeks
on Coos Bay Mrs. N. O. Orin left this
city yesterday for her home In Den
Ter, Col. Mrs. Orln has many rela
tives living in North Bend and Marsh
field all of whom are trying to per
suade her to return and make her
home on Coos Bay.
Mr. B. S. Anderson left Marshfield
yesterday for Tacoma, Wash., where
he will make his home, having in
vested considerable in real estate in
that city. Mr. Anderson has been
on Coos Bay about three years atd
only leaves on account of his business
interests being farther north.
Mrs. M. N. Chryse, of Seattle, Is"
making a tour of Coos County. Mrs.
iChryse will leave Marshfield "tomor
row lor CoQuille, thence going down
the river to Bandon" and paying a
visit to towns neighboring that city.
Business Is mixed with pleasure. Af
ter her return from Bandon Mrs.
Chryse will go to Curry County and
from there on down the coast to Eu
reka and San Francisco.
HOW OREGON MAY
Portland Man Believes State Should
Use initiative and Itcfcrcndum
for the Purpose.
f To Whom It May Concern:
This is to certify that Mr. Jack
Rice Is no longer connected with the
TUarsden Wholesale Liquor Houde,
either at Marshfield or Bandon.
Marshfield, Ore., Nov. 2, 1907.
Apples for Exhibit Itendy.
The exhibit of Coos County apples
for the Portland people and strang
ers to view was completed yesterday
and the 24 boxes are ready for ship
ment on the Breakwater next Satur
day. There has been considerable
trouble In getting the exhibit packed
as the man who was supposed to at
tend to that part of the matter was
unable to bo present and do the
work. But those who interested
themselves in the job have done the
work well, and the exhibit should
be a credit to the county.
A. H. Eddy for plans and speci
fications of your now homo.
PRETTV GIRLS ELOPE
FROM DENVER; CAUGHT.
Tho suggestion in a recent issue of
The Times that the people of Oregon
cease depending upon tho Southern
Pacific or other railroads- for new
roads to tap Isolated sections of the
state and invoke the initiative and
referendum and build their own rail
roads, finds a reflectlpn in Tho Ore
gonian of November 3, as follows:
"(To the Editor.) Tho need of
Oregon today is more railroad trans
portation facilities. If wo need these
why don't wo have them? Because
We have been robbed of our rights.
Our industries have been crippled,
our finances disturbed, and our op
portunities stolon by tho railroad
"It Is tho same old tale of the
spider and the fly. We are the fly.
We are shut in, surrounded, locked
up by a mass of paper railroads,
which in the eyes of our law have all
the rights of an engine and train of
cars, but which carry no freight for
us, and haul no passengers. There
Is not a mountain pass or a strategic
point through which the railroad
trust has not 'located' a lino, and Its
dummy board of directors 'adont It
and hencoforth it is their property.
No one elso can build there. The
'adopted line' shuts out all nroeress.
all hopes of the people.
"The railroad trust feeds them by
promises of deceit by keeping their
engineers stirring about the country.
But they neither build railroads
themselves, or let any one else do so.
"Tho remedy for this evil Is In the
hands of the people. It is very sim
ple. Let us use the Initiative and ref
erendum, and have our Legislature
enact a law making all locations for
railroads void of all possessory rights
except where acual work of construc
tion Is begun within one year thereof,
and continuously carried forward to
completion and actual running of
trains for traffic. Then imaginary
railroads will disappear.
"The fear seems prevalent that we
can have no railroads unless tho rail
road kings of the East build railroads
for us, and that wo must be very
careful not to anger them or they
wijl leave us out in the wilderness,
poor things! and give us no trans
portation, "Build your own railroads, people
of Oregon. You have the money and
the men of experience. There are no
roads like home roads to serve your
Interests. Portland has money
enough to build ronda reaching out
into all parts Of the state and Port
land euglners can furnish all talent
required to locate, build and operate
them. A dozen such railroads would
place this city ahead of all others on
the Pacific Coast, in ten years' time.
"First: destroy the sham railroads.
Second: build real ones of your
own. J, H. ABBOTT.
Foul dollars for the first hour
and reduced rates for a longer time.
See Mr. Andrews at the Coog Bay
Transportation office. A Btreot dock.
His automobile is for hire.
Pendleton, Nov. 5. That the re
trenchment policy of the O. R. & N.
Is something more than a mere short
ening of sail for the stormy winter
months is evidenced by the fact that
the entire force on the Umatilla Cen
tral has been discharged and con
struction tools and implements taken
away, even to surveyors' instruments.
With the grade completed and rails
within two miles of their destination
and but a few more days' work to bo
done, all building Is not only stopped
but completely abandoned.
As is the situation on the Umatilla
Central, so is the entire work under
the direction of Engineer H. A. Bran
don, in charge of Harrlman improve
ments in Eastern Oregon and Wash
ington, who has his headquarters In
this city. Work at Hilgard, La
Grande, Elgin, Huntington and at
every other place under Brandon's su
pervision where improvements were
in progress has been stopped and
forces discharged, and it Is estimated
that over 1000 men In Eastern Ore
gon and Washington have been put
out of employment.
Seattle, Wash., Nov. G. Bert Lus
t!g, 22, and David Lewis, 19, elabo
rately dressed, are in the city jail and
two very pretty girls, Bertie Law
rence and Daisy Ackerman, will soon
be on their way back to Denver, from
where they eloped several days ago.
The two men may be charged with
enticing the girls away from homo
for immoral purposes. The four were
arrested by the police at the Federal
Hotel last night. There has been no
Received weekly at Gem Restau
rant, North Bend. Served any stylo
and open day and night. Also every
thing el3e tho market affords.
WATCH FOR SNAPS
in the Window of the Big Piano House,
A NEW ONE EVERY DAY.
The only place in Marshfield where you
can buy Pianos and Talking Machines on
Easy Payments. Come in and hear our
TAYLOR'S PIANO HOUSE
Portland Will Get Her Share.
Portland, Nov. 5. The First Na
tional Bank today engaged ?75O,O0O
gold In London for shlpmont to this
city, and the grain exporting firm of
Balfour, Guthrie & Company, en
gaged $500,000. This Is a total of
11,550,000 gold which has been en
gaged for this city in tho last few
IT'S UP TO YOU
If you want to sell anything, wrether
it be in the Real Estate Line or House
hold Goods, Horse, Buggy, Piano or
: : : Sewing Machine : : :
That Little "Want Ad" Does It
ONLY 5 CENTS A LINE
IN THE DAILY TIMES
Rates for want advertising Five conts per line.
WANTED Party with $2000 or
more to take 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 6 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 Edward.
WANTED To lease from owner, a
developed or undeveloped worka
ble vein of good coal. Close to
navigation. N, Times Office.
WANTED Waitress at the Blanco
Threo nicely furnished
FOR SALE Adjustable pipe die.
Cuts from to 2 Inches. Mickey,
WANTED Young lady to work at
WANTED Competent lady stenog
rapher, desires employment; either
permanent position or piece work.
Address V. H. care of Times Office
WANTED Tn men for work on
Firt Trust & Savings building,
oornor First nnd C streets, Marsh
field; (3 per dny of 9 hours
I guarantee better work at lower prices,
than can bo had elsewlioro. Do not order
monumental work until you have
F. M. Stewart, Prop.
Corner 3d & D Sts.
Phone, Main 1731
COOS BAY AGENT
JAS. E. PEPPER
BELLE OF ANDERSON
HILL & HILL
OLD GRAND DAD
AH Bottled in Bond. Nothing but straight Whisky
Sold, All Leading Brands of Beers and
The Jns. E. Pepper Whisky can bo found on tup nt
THE NUTWOOD SALOON
The First Trust
Will Give Special Attention
To Its Savings Department
paying Interest on savings, accounts and accepting deposits In
amounts from $1.00 up.
Statistics show the wealth of the masses of the peoplo Is
largely due 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.
Officers and Directors
JOHN S. COIC E, President.
V. S. CIIANDLEB. IIKNRT SEXGSTAOKEN. &
WILLIAM GRIMES. STEPHI5N C. ROGKKS.
j JUDGE JOHN F. IIAijL. DORSEY KREITZER, Cashier.
DR. C. W. TOWER. M. O. nORTON, Vico Pres.
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To the Rustling Silk Petticoat Mfg. Co.,
43 West 27th Street. New York City.
rinpe send me our booklet and order blank for a Taffeta Silk l'ctticost.
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NEW TONSOR1AL PALOR.S
Andrew Wood, Prop.
UarberJnE Is Liko Any Other Busi
ness YOU MUST KNOW HOW.
We make a specialty of treating tho scalp to prevent the hair from
falling out, guaranteeing to atop It with a very few applications.
Ladies specially invited to give us a trial. Mondays and Fridays
are ladles' days.
PACE MASSAGE AND 6IIAMPOO-
ING is one of our specialties.
A. H, Eddy has been busy elnc
coming to town. New cottage do
FOR RENT Six-room house, close
In. See M. A. Sweetman & Co,
Maso.uerade Ball at Bumner Not.
Mrd, Good Uuslo.
Open from 2 to 5 and 7 to i0 p, m. week days only.
Admission Free 25c for use of skates; 1 5c when
you use your own. Special attention given to be
ginners in afternoons,
D. L. AVERY, Manager
Double Entry Made Easy.
Our new 1907 copyrighted
"Business Course" with hooks,
life scholarship, work criti
cised and returned, complete
$8. E. 13. Harris, Agt.
G, W. Crain, Prln.
Steam Dye Works
Ladles' and Gents' Garments
Cleaned or Dyed
Phfljp Becker, Proprietor.
COOS BAY ACADEMY OF MUSIC
Studonts may graduate In Voice, Piano or Plpo Organ. Rapid and
thorough mothod for beginners. Classes In Harmony, Covntorpolnt, etc..
vocal Bight reading and piano ensemble. Blngern coachod In oratorio,
opera, or concert work by tha dlroctor.
ELMER A. TODD, O'Connell Bldg., Marshfield