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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11,1907.
GASOLINE ...and... DISTILLATE
IN ANY QUANTITY
FITTINGS and SUPPLIES
Step out of your boat into our office and inspect our com
plete line of
BATTERIES, DYNAMOS, SPARK PLUGS,
BRASS GOODS, WHISTLES, ETC.
Coos Bay Oi! and Sispply Co.
WATER FRONT NEAR A STREET
, M. It. SMITH, Agent For
A. rM.n..f.. 1 Cln A.
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CLOAK AM) SUIT HOUSE
, Cor. First & II. St., Mnrshfleld.
jThe Launch Tioga
Leaves Marsliliclu nt H::u) n. in. for
I River. Returning, leaves nt 2:30
Gold and Silver detachable han
dle umbrellafl at the Red Cross.
grerag? Eigrreare-raw m
TWELVE SHORT DAYS
In which to do your Xmas shopping.
Why not buy something useful for
your wife this Xmas? Such as Lib
rary Tables, Easy Rockers, Ladles
' Writing Desks, Combination Book
Cases, Writing Desks, Dressing Tab
les, Music Cabinets.
A full lino of Wilton and Brussels
Rugs; both large and small. r
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Bank of Oregon
Capital Stock fully paid up
Transacts a General Banking
North Bend, Oregon
Tho Buffalo Times refers to tho
Speaker as "Uncle Joe Cannot," but
"Undo Joe" has proven that he can.
Sale of llnml Miulo Novelties.
Including embroidered pieces, oth
er fnncy work and 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 Milner's.
M. 1. PENDERGRASS, Master.
Leaves Marshfleld 7:30, 9:00.
and 10:30 a. m., and 1:00,
2:30 and 4:00 o'clock p. m.
Leaves North Bend at S:1B,
9:45 and 11:15 a. m., and 1:45
3:15 and 5:00 p. m.
Makes daily trips except
Sundays. Fare: One way, 15
cents; round trip, 25 cents.
So Easy Mountings and
Toric Lens makes tho best
cyo glass combination on
earth. Wo have ono of tho
finest electric equipped
Optical parlors In Oregon.
Orders taken for Opera and
Field glasses for Xmas
F. J. HAYES
Don't miss the New England
Supper to bo given by the Ladies Aid
Society of tho M. E. Church, at their
bazaar, Friday, Dec. 13.
THE MESSAGE IN
- TABLOID FORM
President's Thirty Thousand AVords
Boiled Down for Renders of the
Havlland and German
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 8 p. m., ex
cept Saturdays, when shops will keep
open until 10 p. m., and our prices,
on and after January 1st, 1908, will
bo 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,
I Tattle of the Town I
t Little grains of fact sifted from I
t tho cliaff of gossip 11 lug up
mid down the town.
I .''HI u,,,. lrvS
ii GRADt. mm '
It is tho height' of foolishness to
War against successful dishonesty
must be vigorously prosecuted.
Federal governments must abso
lutely control interstate commerce.
Railway securities should not be
issued without permission of the In
terstate commerce commission.
A national incorporation law
should bo passed.
Combinations that do no injustice,
to the public should not be prohib
Combinations against public policy
should bo prevented from engaging
in interstate commerce.
Provisions should bo mado for
complete publicity for all corpora
tions. Trust companies should bo brought
under tho same supervision as na
Central bank of issue is needed.
An emergency currency Is abso
Incomo and Inheritance tax mea
sures should bo passed.
Federnl Inspection of railways and
equipment to protect public and em
Goneral Introduction of eight-hour
day should bo provided for.
Tariff reform is needed, but should
not bo attempted until after tho next
Abuse of the injunction In labor
disputes should be curbed.
Compulsory Investigation and ad
judication of industrial disputes.
Deep waterways from lakes to gulf.
Legislation to protect honest set
tler against land thieves.
Prosecution of all land thieves,
grazing, timber and mineral.
Coal lands retained and and work
ed under leaso for the benefit of the
Postal savings banks and parcel
nni nlinuld lirv iinni! I 1 rwl fnv
uubu rn.uu.uu.. !--- ... there was no case against him
Inexpensive and ample form of self
government for Alaska. t
Citizenship should bo conferred
upon the people of Porto Rico.
Tho nation should pay expenses of
Increase In personnel of army and
naval officers required.
FOR SALE 21000 best quality
brick for sale at reduced price.
These brick aro left after erecting
the Coos Building. See A. O. Rog
ers in tho Rogers Building.
Vacation days nro coming nnd going to most every one now,
and these books aro open doors to tho wonderland oX nature.
The largest selection of gift books in the city.
NORTON (Si HANSEN
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.
Heary Sepgstacken, Manager.
CAB CALL SERVICE
AT ANY HOUR
GOOD HEARSE and VEHICLES.
HEISNER, MILLER & CO.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
Third and A Sts. Phono, 1201
FOR SALE 100 H. P. boiler In good
condition. Also ono generator.
Tho articles are not old and worn
out, but were in good running or
der and taken out when Increasing
the slzo of our plant. Tho Coos
Bay Gas & Electric Co., Marshfleld.
Mrs. H. F. Morrison is a visitor in.
the city today from Bandon.
E. A. Howey, of Coqullle, spent
Tuesday In tho city on business.
G. Boak and daughter, of Bandon,
are spending a few days visiting la
W. H. Button, was a pleasant v's
itor to friends in Marshfleld yester
day. J. F. Bridges was a business visitor
in Marshfleld yesterday afternoon.
J. W. Duncan, of North Bond, wa3
a business visitor in Marshfleld yes
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Beaver, of Co
quillc, arrived in this city on tha
noon train for a visit with friends.
J. O. Stemmler, tho well known
rancher of tho Coquillo Valley, la
spending a few days in tho city on
Roy Lawhorn returned to his of
fice this morning after a short ab
sence on a visit to friends in tha
F. S. Dow left for Coquillo on tho
morning train to superintend tho
erection of a gasoline derrick, which,
will bo used at his warehouse) for tho
transfer of frenght between the rail
road and tho rlvor boats,
"Dock" Maple, who was arrested
Monday night by officer Condron on
a charge of disorderly conduct, was
ordered discharged in Recorder Up
ton's court yesterday afternoon on
tho motion of Attorney Ferrln that
FOR RENT Room over Taylor's
Piano House. Call at store.
FOR RENT Two nicely
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 phone 17&1.
: JOHN ARUNDSON.
THE MODERN COMPANY
Odd Follows' TUilIdlmr.
Plate-glass Floor Cases
any shapo, any style mado
to order by tho Lutko
: Everything Electrical nt
I Oregon Electrical Supply Co
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Flanagan & Bennett Bank
All Parts of the World
Wc use the necessary
facilities for sending
money to all parts of
the world, and without
danger or loss. .. .
fIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
COOS BAY, Marshfield, Ore.
WANTED Team work wanted by H.
E. Chance. Phone 1385.
A country banker out in Kansas
called up a long distance telephone
and asked for tho cashier of a west
side bank, which is a reserve agency
for several country banks, says a
Kansas City Exchange.
"What's tho trouble down there
are you in distress?" tho city cash
"Distress! Well, I should say,'
camo tho responso over tho wire.
"Aro you short of currency?"
"Short, no! We've got moro cur
rency than we know what to do with,
but the blamed stuff is all in tons,
fifties, twenties nnd hundreds."
"Well, what on earth do you
want?" tho city cashier growled.
"Well, if its all the samo to you,
I'd like to swap a peck of twenties
for a bushel of fives," tho country
banker yelled back, apologetically.
"Very well, send it along and we'll
swap," the city cashier replied, as ho
hung up tho telephone receiver.
"That was easy," tho cashier sala
as If much relieved. "I thought sure
thorn wnn trouble coming then. A
peck of twenties for a bushel
Louis Olson, who was arrested by
Officer Condron several days ago, and
who was dismissed from trial on
Monday afternoon, was arrested
again this afternoon by Officer Cart
er, who found him wandering around
under tho influence of liquor to such
an extent that the man did not know
where ho was going.
Ducks aro reported to bo very
thick on tho harbor and Inlets during
tho past few days and a largo number
of people have been enjoying pretty
good shooting. The birds aro report
ed to be very wild because of being
chased by hunters In gasoline launch
es. As tho chug chug of a launch
approaches them Is generally accom
panied by a fusilado of lire arms,
thoy aro learning to keep entirely
away from the chug chug.
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 Mr.
M. C. Chapman, Broadway.
Ono Lot In Caples Addition to
Marshfleld. For particulars apply to
Mrs. Luclnda Chrlsman, CG7 Milwau
kee Street, Portland, Oregon.
FIRE THE FOREIGNERS
Capital Subscribed 150.000
Capital Paid Up J40.0W
nn&ftlded Profits JU5.000
Does a general banking builnei and drawi
on the Bank oi California. Ban JTanelM
Call!., First National Bank Portland Or., First
National Bank. Bosebtirg, Or., Hanover Na
Honal Bank, New York, N. M. Bothchlld A
Bon, London, England.
Also sell change on nearly all tha principal
cltlei o! Europe.
. Aceounta kept inbject to check, laleidepoMt
lock boxei ler rent at 6 aanta a asonth or
, a, year.
$3.50 for $1.89 Jner
:et our ereat lataloir in ri
hand! we will tend you theso
goods at almost what they
tfi Ui- cost us. wo want
Sfer-fejW?' vourname. For 11.89
you will get a fine
ladles' ring, special
gold plate. Pet with
6 beautiful brilliants
with cut stone cen
ter -north tit 1 handsome brooch set with
chased linic enain uraw. rv"r;;";"i
with lock and keys regular price tl.lO-to.
tal toMi all for 11.89. A beautlhij Christ-
. ti.o mnniT oi mese rooas is
HnVltVdVso order at nce. JAU. II. BROWM
Am, M nd 60 f lith ATe.,Dept. 1, Chlcagq
For convenience of Call pat
trons the Laundry office will
bo open Saturday evenings until
Phone 571 today. Our waon
C00S BAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Uarshfleld trad Nortk Bead.
FOR RENT Housekeeping and
bedrooms. Coos Bay Auciton Co.
FOR SALE 18-foot gasoline boat
Apply to Max Timmerman.
FOR SALE Best business in town.
Apply Coos Bay Auction Co.
FOR SALE Beautiful 5-acro tracts
at ?G0 and $65 per acre. Owner,
C. H. Chandler. Bandon.
The C. C, R. & E. R. R.
and Navigation Co.
Tins O, B., R. & b. R R- & N co-
Subject to chango without notice.
Myrtle Makes tho Japs and Greeks
MYRTLE CREEK, Dec. 11. Fol
lowing tho usual courso adopted
elsewhero, the Southern Pacific
sought to displaco tho white labor
on tho section at Myrtle Creek by
the cheap, lazy, and Insolent foreign
ers imnortod for that purpose First
camo a band of "Japs" and their
first night was mado an unpleasant
one, so they decamped, Then camo
a band of Greeks, -out thoy did not
like tho looks of things bo thoy
walked out of town. Tho Mall says
tho next crowd will no doubt bo
of Hindu nativity and they will, no
doubt, be "induced" to "vamoose."
When it gets so that those Myrtle
Creek fellows can't have some fun,
there is suroly "nothing doing."
Quite a largo number of travelers
aro waiting in the city during tha
past fow days to take tho boat for
Portland. Tho delay has caused con
siderable inconvenience as the Drain
Btago can only take a limited num
bor and orders for seats have to bo
made in advance Tho delays caused
on tho Rosegurg stago lino havo
caused travelers to turn their atten
tion to other routes, nnd those pre
foring to go by steamship will await
tho departuro of tho Breakwater and.
Alliance next Tuesday morning.
NEW OFFICERS ELECTED
Coos Council No. 1201 Chooses Pre
siding Olllcers for Another Ycnr.
TralBBito and from Bearer Hill dally.
Tyf Fv Miller, Apent.
Notico to tho Public.
Mothors Delicatessen and lunch
room Is now open for business with
everything in the bakery and cooking
lino strictly homo mado. Special din
ners for private parties gotten up on
short notico. Glvo us a bid on
Socials and Banquets,, and don't for
get the location on Broadway, oppo
site Times office.
At a regular' meeting of Coos
Council No. 12G1 Knights of Colum
bus at their council hall last evening,
tho following officers wcro elected
for tho onsulng year:
II. McLain, Grand Knight.
P. A. Devers, Deputy Grand
A. E. Neff, Chancollor.
J. H. Flanagan, Treasurer.
John Kronholm, Warden.
John Flanagan, Lecturer.
C. J. Keano, Financial Secretary.
Jas. Wnll Recording Secretary.
Dr. Toyo, New Trustee.
Dennis McCarthy, Legal Advisor.
Daniel Lyons, Inside Guard.
Mr. Kelly, Outsldo Guard.
Cash Trlzo Masquerade.
At Eckhoff Hall, North Bend,
Saturday night, December 21.
Footballs, punching bags, box
ing gloves and dumb bolls at Milner's
Empire Clama nt Ellerby'B Fish
See us quickly about East
Marshfleld property, wo havo some
thing that will lntorcst you. Day af
ter tomorrow mnj; bo a little late.
Tltlo Guaranteo and Abstract to.
H. Sengstacken, Manager.
Wine and wator glasses at Milner's.
Aro You Going?
To Eckhoff Hall Saturday, De
cember 21. Cash pflzo masquerade.
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