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Our Banks Solid
banks of all descriptions
we have a full line and
assortment of brand
NEW TOYS, just
Everything desired In an up-to-date toy assortment.
Elegant line ot pictures, new subjects, new framing designs.
Call and see us. t&iiLUI-
MISS A. M.
Vacation days are coining nnd going to most every one now,
and these books arc open doors to tho wonderland of nature.
Tho largest selection of gift books in the city.
NORTON (Si, HANSEN
The Most Complete Line of
Ever Shown on Coos Bay.
BIG DISCOUNT ON ALL GRAPES
- Prices Ranging From w
... 25 Cenfcs and Up .
BLANCO CIGAR STORE .
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WHY DO PEOPLE BUY IN
It is choice inside residence property, lots 50x100
with alleys, is well sheltered with a good bay view, and
prices of lots are reasonable. For particulars see
TITLE GUARANTEE & ABSTRACT CO.
Henry Sengstacken, Manager.
Odd Fellows' Building,
Everything Electrical at
Oregon Electrical Supply Co.
Now 0"Conncll Bile.
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Flanagan & Bennett Bank
Capital Subscribed 150,000
Capital Paid Up (40,000
Undivided Profits JA000
Does a general banking business and draws
ou the Bank ot California, Ban Kranelso
Calif., Firm National Bank rortland Or., Flrtt
National Bank. Roseburg, Or., Hanover Na
tional Bank, 'New York, N. M. Kotnchlld &
Son, London, England.
Also cell change on nearly all the principal
cities ot Europe.
Accounts kept subject to check, sate deposit
lock boxes (or rent at 6 cents a month or
5. a year,
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
Tricycles, Boats and
Tops and AVhistlcs.
Christmns Boxes and
Dolls and Buggies.
North Bond, Ore.
I guarantee better work at lower priees,
than can be had elsewhere. Do not order
monumental work until you have
F. M. Stewart, Prop.
Corner 3d & D Sts.
Plate-glnss Floor Cases
nny shnpo, any stylo mado
to order by tho Lutko
$3.50 for $1.89 &
pet our great catalog In your
hands oi 111 tend you tlieso
goods at almost what they
AAi -trii.t4f cost us. Wo want
V-fciixV ournnmfl. rnriIKO
)"u uiw get a nno
ladles' rlML'. sneclal
gold plate, tet lh
lth cut blonu cen.
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0 Alamo brilliants, worth 7ic; and 1 heavy
chased link elialn bracelet, newest pattern,
with lock nnd key: regular price 1.60 to
tal f3.S0; all for fi.89. A beautiful Christ
mas present. The supply of these goods fs
limited, so order at onco, JA8. II. BROWN
& CO., 66 and 60 Fifth Ave. Pept. 1, Chicago
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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES. MARSHFIELD, OREGOM, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1907.
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Received weekly at Gem Restau
rant, North Bend. Served any style
and open day and night. Also every
thing ebo tho market affords.
J My Specialty
TIIEV ABE A POSITIVE
ECOXOSIY TIIEY'ItE -f
MADE RIGHT, FIT RIGHT
AND LOOK RIGHT,
tliat all suits nro pressed
and put in flrst-class condi
tion. Alterations mado if ne
cessary, by a flrst-class tail
or. You cannot fail to bo
pleased by buying here.
L W. PLANZ
Tnilor nnd Clothier.
Sacchi llldg., .Marshfleld.
So Ensy Mountings and
Torlc Lens makes tho best
cyo glass combination on
earth. Wo have one of tho
finest electric equipped'
Optical parlors in Oregon.
Orders taken for Opera and
Field glasses for Xinas
R I HAYES
cab call service
AT ANY HOUR
GOOD HEARSE and VEHICLES.
HEISNER, MILLER &. CO.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
Third and A Sts. Thone, 1201
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All Parts of the World
Ve use the necessary
facilities for sending
money to all parts of
the world, and without
danger or loss. . ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of 8
g COOS BAY, Marshfield, Ore.
For convenience of Call pa
trons the Laundry ofllco will
be open Saturday evenings until
Phone 571 today. Our wagon
COOS BAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Mnrslifleld nnd North Bend,
TWO APPLE CROPS A YEAR.
Here's n Record for Coos County
Thnt Will He Hard to Heat.
E. Arneson has on his place north
east of the city, nn applo tree that
has produced Its second fully ma
tured crop of fruit. It is of tho
Early Strawberry variety. The first
crop was gathered early and the
second is now matured. Mr. Arneson
also has nn apple tree of another
variety that Is now in blossom for
tho second time this season, with a
chance of producing another crop If
December continues as mild as No
vember. Myrtle Point Enterprise.
Snlo of Hand Mndo Novelties.
Including embroidered pieces, oth
er fancy work nnd burnt wood.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday after
noons of this week. Mrs. C. W.
Brlggs, George Ferry residence,
Salad Sets, Lemonade Sets and
Chafing Dishes at Mllner's.
Don't miss the New England
Supper to be given by the Ladles Aid
Society of the M. E. Church, at their
bazaar, Friday, Dec. 13.
Havlland and German China,
Coos Bay Cash Store.
Marshfleld, Ore., Dec. 9, 1907.
We, the undersigned, hereby agree
to form a Barber's Union, consisting
of tho Boss and Journeymen Barbers
of the City of Marshfleld, Ore., and
do hereby agree to open shops at 7
a. m., and close same at S p. m., ex
cept Saturdays, when shops will keep
open until 10 p. m., and ,our prices,
on and after January 1st, 1908, will
be as follows: ),
Hair Cut 25c
Hair Singing 25c
Beard Trimming 25c
Fitch's Treatment (Scalp) 50c
Egg and Lemon Shampoo 50c
Edwards & Lynch,
J. W. Lees,
C. W. Hess & Son,
J. O. Langworthy,
D. A. Curry,
James E. Wynne,
T. W. Lynch,
FOR SALE 21000 hest quality
brick for sale at reduced price.
These brick are left after erecting
the Coos Building. See A. O. Rog
ers in the Rogers Building.
WANTED To buy 160 acres of cut
over land or less, at cut over
prices. Box 251, Marshfleld, Ore.,
FOR SALE 100 H. P. boiler In good
condition. Also one generator.
The articles are not old and worn
out, but were In good running or
der and taken out when Increasing
the size of our plant. The Coos
Bay Gas & Electric Co., Marshfleld.
FOR RENT Room over Taylor's
Piano House. Call at store.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms. Apply Times.
FOR RENT Furnished five-room
house and bath. Everything mod
ern and up to date. F. M. Rum
mell, over Merchant store.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping on Sheridan
street, close In. Call phono 1751.
WANTED Team work wanted by H.
E. Chance. Phono 1885.
FOR RENT Couple furnished rooms
modern convenience. Call at n. o.
corner Second and B Sts. or in
quire at Times.
FURNISHED ROOMS Call at Mrs.
M. C. Chapman, Broadway.
One Lot in Caples Addition to
Marshfleld. For particulars apply to
Mrs. Lucinda Chrisman, 507 Milwau
kee Street, Portland, Oregon.
FOR RENT Housekeeping and
bedrooms. Coos Bay Auciton Co,
FOR SALE 18-foot gasoline boat
Apply to Max Tlmmorman.
FOR SALE Best business In town.
Apply Coos Bay Auction Co.
FOR SALE Beautiful 5-acro tracts
at ?00 and C5 per acre. Owner,
C. II. Chandler, Bandon.
Phoenix Attorney Spends Few
Days Here Relatives Ex
cited by Disappearance.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Dec. 10.
A special from Phoenix, Ariz., Bays
a good deal ot comment has been
excited by tho disappearance from
that city of an attorney named W.
P. Richardson, who Is believed to
be In Pendleton, Or. About 10 days
ago Richardson told his wire and
friends that ho had to go to Globe
on business connected with an im
portant lawsuit. It is stated that he
took a west bound train at Maricopa
and went through to Portland, after
which he went to Pendleton.
Whether he was suddenly called
thero on business, whether he was
temporarily taken 111, or whether he
suffered from a sudden loss of
memory Is not known, but his wife
nnd his friends refuse to believe
that ho intentionally went to Ore
gon without informing them of the
Richardson Is woll known to Los
Angeles people. In addition to his
law practice, ho was manager of an
automobile agency, handling ma
chines for a Los Angeles firm. He
took a prominent part in politics,
being a republican, ana has been the
candidate for that party for county
W. P. Richardson, tho missing
man, spent several days In Marsh
fleld over a week ago, according to
Secretary Lyons, of tho chamber of
commerce. He was accompanied by
a Mr. Callahan, also of Arizona.
Doth of the men had heard of Coos
Bay and were anxious to visit this
section. They investigated condi
tions here for Investment and spoko
In complimentary terms of tho op
portunities presented to them. Mr.
Callahan, especially, was 'enthusi
astic over the city as tho best lo
cation for a good hotel ho had seen.
Both men were In good circum
stances and spoko of Arizona and
Phoenix in a natural manner, so the
idea of Mr. Richardson traveling In
a trance has no foundation. It Is
evident that his relatives do not
know all of his ways, and for once
he took a trip without letting them
know where he was going. They
left for Portland on tho last trip of
the Breakwater, Mr. Callahan stat
ing that he would return In tho
spring to plan for tho building of a
first class hotel.
BRIGHT AND BREEZY
BUDGET FROM BAND0N
City Again Illuminated, And Vessels
Loaded With Lumber
BANDON, Dec. 9. Tho steamers
Elizabeth and Whascaloro and the
schooner C. T. Hill left with lumber
for Frisco, Friday , morning. They
carried an aggregate of 1,500,000
Adam Scott was arrested Friday
morning on a charge of attempting
to leave tho state, defrauding credit
ors. Tho schooner Ruby arrived In last
night after a very rough voyage from
Tho launch Eagle left for up coast
yesterday but was compelled by tho
storm to return and await a calmer
Tho Coquillo high school football
team defeated tho Bandon high
school on our homo grounds by a
score of 20 to 0 yesterday.
Tho Crystal vaudeville company Is
showing at the opora hall three days
this weak and the Mong company
will gon Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday. Tho electric lighting plant re
sumed operations Saturday and
Bandon is again illuminated.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Folsom, of Co
quillo, who have been in tho cast
for sonrij time, nro visitors hero this
Wells and Seldom, black sand
minors, will put in an improved ma
chine for operating south of hero
early this spring.
Charles Evolund was a Bandon
Aro You Going?
To Eckhoff Hall Saturday, De
cember 21. Cash prlzo masquerade.
Tho emperor of Japan rotalns tho
services of thirty physicians and
:: Tattle of the Town I
Little grains of fact sifted from X
t tho clinff of gossip flying up t
iiiui uorn uio town.
W. V. Gnrdlner is in the city from
up tho river for a few days.
Judgo Doll Woodruff, of Coburn,
Curry county, Is a visitor in Marsh
fleld. J. C. Mann, of Rlverton, was a
business visitor in Marshfleld yes
terday. E. B. Norris, of San Francisco.
was a business visitor In Marshfleld
H. W. Painter has gone to Myrt
le Point and Coquillo on a business
trip for a few days.
Thomas Carter, a popular San.
Francisco traveling man, is a busi
ness visitor in tho city today.
Mrs. Crawford and Miss Crawford
will leave In a few days for St. John's
Ore., where they will spend the win
ter. George Gage, mining engineer at
the Bremerton coal mines, arrived
In Marshfleld yesterday and Is spend
ing a few days here on business.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Collins and
daughter have gone to Mrs. Colllna'
former homo In tho San Joaquin.
Valley, where they will spend the.
Christmas holidays visiting frlonds
The Roseburg stage, carylng Undo
Sam's mall, arrived at Sumner ia
time for the mall to get in Marsh
fleld this morning. Tho sacks con
tained both Sunday's and Saturday's
mall, the stage having broken down.
on tho route and caused considerable
Tho Ave barber shops of Marshfleld:
which number with their employers
about thirteen men, have formed a.
local union in order to fix rates for
tonsorial work. T. J. Lynch has been
appointed president of the union,
which was formed at a meeting of alt
those Interested, at Curry's barber
shop last night. Because of tho fact
that the boss barbers are in tho
local organization will be In no wojr
affiliated with the national order.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Annln enter
tained a few near friends and rela
tives last night with a farewell party,
as they will leave with their two
daughters for Oakland, III., their old
home, where Mr. Annln will attend:
to some business matters. They wilL
spend tho winter at Oakland and
have not decided whether they will
return in the spring or otherwise.
They leave on tho Breakwater and
will take train for tho east at Port
The lighthouse tender Heather, la
command of Captain P. J. Byrne
returned to tho Alliance wharf today
after attending to some workNon the,
lower harbor. Inspector T. J. Wer
lich, who has accompanied tho boat
on her round of Inspection, left for
Bandon this morning to look after
the Iglhthouse sevice at thai? point.
He went by rail and ferry instead ot
having tho Hpathor attempt to maka
tho port, and will return for tho re
turn trip tomorrow morning.
ARCHITECT HEARS OF
HIS MISSING SON
II. II. Eddy, tho architect from
San Jose, Cal.. received a telephone
message from California last night
which relieved him of considerable
montal worry. Since November 29
ho has not heard from his son, who
was bound for Marshfleld on that
date, and ho had como to tho con
clusion that ho was tho victim of
foul play. lie received word last
night that the young man had gona
"My son loft his wlfo In San Joso
and In company with another young
man went to Sacramonto to tako
tho train for Marshfleld," ho said
last night. "That was about two
weoks ago and until today wo had
not tho slightest nows ot him. Ho
had changed his mind at tho last
minuto and gone to Mexico for a
mill company, I bollevo, and In tho
meantlmo wo had been kooping tho
wlr&s hot between hero and Califor
nia on tho lookout for him. What
mado htm chango his mind I do not
know, but I am rolloved to hear
that ho Is all right. There has boon
so many disappearances In San Fran
cesco and othor parts of tho stato
latoly that thoro is no tolling what
has becomo of a porson whom you
do not hear from."
Empire Clams at Ellorby'a FIbo.