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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1907.
Tattle of the Town
0. E. SEAMAN has returned from au
Little grains of fact sifted from t
Lerii o u i in
j tho chaff of gossip Hying up T
and uown uio town.
Meeting Postponed There will ha
no meeting of the Mother's Club un
til after Jan. 1st. Notice of next
meeting and subject of same will bo
r,wr? vn trwgwwun j,ww:rapwmiCTiwgggg
extended visit in Portland.
NEIL WATSON, of Coos City, Is a
visitor in the city on business to
day. C. C. TAGGAUT, of Beaver Hill, was
a visitor in the city on business
JUDGE C. A. SEHLBREDE has re
turned from attending the county
court at Coquille.
We offer a splendid assortment of neckwear, handkerchiefs, fancy sus
penders, shirts, coat sweaters, hosiery, meen' shoes and slippers. We have just re
ceived an advance shipment of men's hats and caps in latest styles.
Don't Forget Our Line of Men's Clothiag and Raincoats
W& A P"S7 A- l1
The Home of Quality
The Beak Go
If bft .Coos Bay
$5.00 PER TON AT THE YARD
$6.00 PER TON DELIVERED
in i rr arrTii "P ' fT'Tvy
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I TTbe Palm's Candy Talk
$ SIX DAYS IN EACH WEEK WE MAKE FRESH CANDIES.
V Itocnuse candles Fresh JI;ulo are always best. Clyanliness Is a
& strong point in our candy m iking. Purify is anoTher.
A I 4t filr inn line no Tiro mnV fVinm JT
,.v .. u .... vu.uu,o tKJ "V- .u UJVUl,
Bn Not iVIure
No other gift yields so nmc
vet there is nothing in the
Jldenco of the denier more.
is not necessary in sclecth
pleasm-a as n Chrlstinns dinmond
chase of which that needs tiie con-
A teclinieal knowledge of diamonds
these ii colons stones at tills store.
'.. r..u ..,.,,il. nnr lesnoilibility i serving you. Every article
is perfectly new not an o piece to coiuuse your .-i.i....
fxi iIiti at iewelrv that
... !- w
ieii are most particular tiiat
digniiied and free from any
Mcn'6 rings are a special fea-
ilendid assoitment of styles,
nsltive anpreci.ttion of good
highest standard and all articles of
he engraved free.
An excellent assortment.
many men allow thems(
its design and characti
semblance of ostentnti;
tnre in our store, pros
quite in keeping with,
taste. Our engravinj
jewelry purchased h
les and i
1 n ncm
11. ItOOKE, a well known rancher of
the Coos Hivcr, district, is spending
the day in tho city on business.
J. II. SIMON, of Myrtle Point, is vis
iting friends in tho city today and
attending to business matters.
MR. AND MRS. HENRY I1ISCIIOP, a
well known rancher from up the
river, are guests at the Blanco
D'LAND WATERS, of Coquille, ar
rived in the city on the noon train
and will leave on the next trip of
the Gasco to catch the Drain stage.
CAPT. I. D. CONRAD AND LIEUT.
TAYLOR have come to this city to
tnUe charge of the local Salvation
Army work. The former being
from Welser, Ida., and tho latter
from Baker City, Ore.
MANAGER L. R. ROBERTSON, of
the local telephono service, will
leave for Coquille in the morning
on business. He reports that tho
service between here and Bandon
v will be in shapo . tomorrow morn
Five Hundred Club. The Flvo
Hundred Club gave a card party at
Mrs. J. A. Matson's last Friday after
noon. All the members were pres
ent, tho house being decorated with
crysantheums. Six tables of pro
gressive 500 were in progress and a
very enjoyable hour was spent.
New Calendars Are Out Calen
dars for the year 190S are being dis
tributed by local merchants, and
some of them are very tasteful and
beautiful. Outside calendars from
firms doing business on tho bay aro
also boing received by local mer
chants, and most of them aro im
provements over those of other years.
Storm Warnings Received F. S.
Dow has received word from tho
weather bureau at Portland warning
of a Southwest storm at Port Cres
cent west, Aberdeen, North Head and
Marshflold. A moderate disturbance
approaching the Washington coast
will move slowly eastward and causo
high cast to southeast winds during
today. The report was received list
FRESH CREAM CARAM
1EAM AND ICE CREAM SODAS
for the Holiday trade and the
place to buy is
WANTED Newsboys to carry routes
for the Times. .Work to bo done
evenings after school. Apply at
Nice Furnished rooms over Tay
lor's Piano House.
, A At ,... lrt-
Our stock is larger tBfycar in every oeparu en u. t,
fore. Come see the inie lino or jiowura, ''
standard grades of watches carried in stoclc at
f v - Front St. ?
Open Evenings - - J
mt WE GOING TO SELL
C St. Between Broadway and 2nd
LOST Ono self-opening umbrella;
initials L. D. P. on tho handle.
Finder pleaso return to L. D.
Will Improve Nursery A. E. Sea
man, who had charge of the Coob
County fruit display at Portland re
cently, has returned to his fruit
ranch on the Coos River. Ho
brought with him a young Hollander
who is an expert landscape gardonor
and nurseryman, who will be placed
in full charge of the ranch to make It
ono of tho most up to date In South
ern Oregon. Mr. Seaman has also
purchased several thousand fruit
trees for his farm, among which aro
a large number of the latest winter
variety, tho Wintersteln, which was
doveloped from the Gravenstein and
a late winter apple. This fruit oas.
aroused great interest in tho country
because of its quality. Its hardiness
makes it po3Siblo for the fruit to
ripen during the winter months and
it will bo a splendid late apple for
FOR RENT Houso in Railroad ad-
iilMnn. Annlv to F.il Norton.
Am familiar with
disc Address '
clerk in storo
W." care of
5T jyS3T7 f?" 'Rktirf1?'
u tte sr
h sj Nyy
We are, and
And for hot
ient as the Hu
ready. We s
i. u 'tiwvj. rr. 'mrr9j tirr r-rh i ar iit.'
thavery Mi makes at the
.oKsKr ibp. hath and all
MijpiPg as cheap and
MmftS water neater,
Wh the gas meter and r
Give our customers the benefit when they need
it? You all need a nfew nobby suit Tor Amas,
at theisame time make
ffe-third the regular
You can have it ai
yourself a Xmas
We have just r
at a recluct
The Coos Bay Gas & Electric Co.
MarchfiPiH and North Bend.
uuv no PEOPLE BUY IN
n . li. niAo MzlWnzc nrooerty, lots ouxiuu
with alleys, is well sh Jp5fed with a good bay view and
prices of lots are reasonable. For particulars see
TITLE GUARANTEE & ABSTRACT CO.
Heary Sengstacken, Manager.
t of J
shipment of men's and
late, and for that reason
one-third off regular, You
ble widower or
Mrs. A. F. B.
fer for resist
Mk lady My
rMTrr :itiii m
Ujft not oJk
clerk tf in
Hot Blast Heater,
WANTmJFA girl for general
houtjprk ono that can take en
tire chargo of houso preferred.
Mrs. F. S. Dow.
Compares AVith Best States A let
ter has been received at the chamber
of commerce from Mrs. S. A. Yoa
kam, of Coos County, who was re
cently elected first vice-president of
the State Dairyman's association.
She says that tho meeting just closed
was tho most Important in tho history
of Oregon dairying, and that B, D.
White, of tho dairy division of tho '
U. S. Department of Agriculture
claims tho meeting compared favora
bly with any ever held in Minnesota,
Wisconsin and Iowa, two hundred,
and ono membors boing present. Tho
Coos Bay creamery chesso and Sun-
rlso Cream did not reach Portland m
time for tho meeting, because it had
to be sent by way of San Francisco,
otherwise it would have been heard
from, as it classed with the best on
exhibit. Mrs. Yoakam has been
visiting the famous Ladd dairy farm
and she is enthusiastic over tho fam
ous Jerseys shown there. She will
return shortly, nnd says that sho ia
anxious to get back to Coos Bay.
which cannot be surpassed by any
other section of tho state
FOR SALE Ono lot in Cuples Addi
tion to Marshfield. For particu
lars apply to Mrs. Luclnda Chris
man, GG7 Milwaukee Street, Port
WANTED Team work wanted by H.
E. Chance. Phono 1885.
DEATHS AT BANDON
Quality Best - Prices Lowest
i M 'i1 1 1---!-l-t-I--H-J"HK?"?;M,'tt,!t4'!!,MI1,
FOR RENT Couple furnished rooms,
modem convenience. Call at n. o.
corner Second and B St. or in
quire at Times.
FOR RENT HouBekeepiug and
bedrooms. Coob Bay Auoitou Co.
4-' ' -1r4 Ull, --
FOR SALK 18-foot gasoline bot
Apply to Max Tlmmerman.
Harry Wilson, Prominent Fmteriml
Man. Pusses Aivny.
BANDON,, Dec. 19. L. C. Curry's
littlo child which died Friday night
was burled Monday, Harry Wilson,
a member of the Mnnona nnd L i 'les
and a Native of England, died Sun
day and was buried yesterday. Death
was due to acute pneumonia ai.u was
Business has reaumed for the le
gal traterolty and the record nr'a
and justice's courts are cr.wded.
ThB case of i-anglols Brothers vs.
Bandon Commercial Co. occuplea tho
couter of the stage at present.
FOK 8ALE Boat business In town.
Aliply Coos Bay Auction Co.
FOR SALE Beautiful 5-acre tracts
nt iflO and 168 per acre. Owner,
C. H. Chandler, Bandou.
Vacation days me coming an'lgjys ' i'10" eve,,' "no ""'
and iUmo hooks mo open jfa'1 ' womlwlulid of nature.
Tim lnreefct selection of JPT hooks in tiie city.
NOilTON (8b HANSEN
' ' I ' I V T
Qo to the Melrose for Chlrkoa
dinner at 8:30 Saturday evening.
Ca iia' Si-
Kar . 13
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t i Trw paiu uj;
Mk'.mritX Bankinn 1
lyfidj Oregon j
Toys of all kinds and descrip
tions at tiw Cooa Bay Cash Sioro.
Beartr Hill wasrv,a eoai .
per ton. Masters McLalu.
Granite ar.d Bavory rotstcrs at
tho Coos Bay Cash Store.
Cash Vriw Masn"e1Hle'
At Kokhoff HoU, North Bendr
Saturday night, December 21.
--Carving seta and pocket cutlerr