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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1907.
Local Men to Boost Marshfield as Manufacturing Genfcr and
Give Site Free for Ali Time to Concerns Lowing
Good Business Gn Water Front.
A number of men In March field
owning lots on the water fronttre
going to offer free nites to maijaJldpt-
tiring plants locating In tjjjl (ty.
This Is a statement of Secretary Ijon
of the chamber of commercp, wlnlfnas
been authorized to ma I ptlbllc.
The r.arae3 of the menJ&Wl be
held for the ureenbTanu untlB an
other owner of theJTCroperty isMsecu
regevding the gift
A here this property Is locate
not been yaterluut it Is owm;
four menn t'sFi citj, three of v
have slsJitoJF their intention o
cour. gn; nHTaufactiire In Marsh
If the ih pirty is willing tc
tcr ItiflhjF daration the names
Bltuat gyjft the factory sites wi
annopM'l lp'or, and there is pv
pros'at that the proposal will
Jmrshfield'3 greatest nee
cure a rapid growth in
is ths establishment of n.
ing plants In tin's city, wh
behind Xorth Bond In the
ad-slso of concerns etuplny
.nen, the mainstay of any con'
'lo attracfiH&ycstors to this cfV
lie spirited Itftii will stop to theSL-ont
ana prouue irae sues lor niaiitsrmm
Maying enougn men to make ;(
,)ropojltion of benefit to Marsh
The securing of suitable sites
the past has been attended with su5fl
nn r mount of preliminary spr-rln!
that 11 is expected the gift of fro
sites will add great Impetus to tha
giowih of facto
field's progressive feature should tfci
'ii a public Ai'irlt and is a piiblic, no
1 lie (iKaiiD r olio.nmorc
a nui(3) r of factoripropo3lti
inJtl to th city
siwyi a thini; ao secu?
aril ? freo for all tinr
lomd l'to the ennside
s.'qi'ontly it is highly pi
auufocturing will be on
la s nr ircsslve features w
oven.ent be carried to a succ -ssfu
Hoard Meets niul Makes Devles For
Number of Improvements.
A meeting of the voters of this
school djtflrfet was held In the school
l.oi-BP lt nTftht with J. W. Dennett
in the air cSd Judge Hall attend
ing to tjft clerical duties of the occa
sion. "U Cttttla wns elected di
rector tJM;rve ott the term of R. D
Willinmsflwio haWcsignd. A W
of five mifflnvas nmde, and this spe
cial tax wltMie usqjl for school pur
poses generifTJkln litis district.
The schooljBioartf?. met after the
eneral mcetlnflfeandwlovled a tax of
e and one-liafl!ifeti$i to pay the in-
nlfest on the schoxiiWnds and S150P
if fate principal m.1so authorized
the Huiool prlnrlpaiPn. engage tl
servicejfeof anothprbaeIfB'' at a
,ary of ?7tf monjjPand to h
scnooi minuw-ftirea tor jbctu
The next meetlns of tluHBard will
e held to pass on adpffdldate for
he extra teacher toJBJPengaged for
Fellow; He's the Real
That's a Hart, Schaffner and Marx
1 !- ! I II ..
T- finrii riii-ii f ri r-i ri i n 1-1 r t i . . . i.
t.m oui lie o vvuauim ctnu llldl S LIB
thing again. Rain-proof;
Peter Loqqie Wants Orec
Delegation Prodded Ale
North Bend is increasing her out
put of manufactured products dur
ing the past few weeks and is greatly
on the Increase. Peter Loggle was
over from the neighboring city yes
terday and he is optimistic over the
prospects of that prosperous city.
Two carloads of sash and window
frames wcio shipped east yesterday
morning by way of the Breakwater.
The box factory has doubled its capa
city by putting on two crews, which
, are working night and day to" turn
out orders which will keep the con
cern busy for a year to come.
"All mills and manufacturing
plants In North Bend are as busy as
they can possibly be," he said.s "They
have orders away in advance for their
products and the 1111II3 cannot secure
enough ships to carry tho output of
lumber The Simpson interests have
chartered more ships to handle their
output and everything is humming
along right merrily."
"We need a board of trade organ
ized in the city for the purpose of
bringing North Bend to tin atten
tion of the eastern people who
aro anxious to come to this
part of tho country. Tho pres
ent chamber of commerce has had
a spell of unusual inaction for tho
past three months, and moro life
like that It showed In Its early days
is needed for It to accomplish some
thing. A number of men in North
Bend aro berlously considering the
organization of a board of trado to
start in on tho first of tho year and
do some real boosting. There Is con
siderable dissatisfaction felt over the
lack of Interest shown by tho old
organization. Thero aro many things
it could tako up and help along which
it has not done.
"Speaking of tho appropriation to
ho asked for Coos liny by the Oregon
delegation, It is my opinion that tho
presentation of tho bill along with
tho bill for n lock on tho Willamotto
at Oregon City will bo disastrous for
our appropriation. Theho Is too
much politics in such a move and I
believe that both North Bend and
Marshflold could not do anything
that would bring better results than
to send half a dozon enorgotic msn to
AVashlngton to camp on tho trail of
tho Coos Buy bill until tho appropria
tion Is secured.
"Such a delegation roprojontlng
tho two cities would havo consider
able weight at Washington. It would
bo on the ground and something
would bo dono, or wo would have tho
satisfaction to bo sure that nothing
could be dono. Tho securing of this
appropriation menns tho future
greatness of Coos Bay, and In consid
eration of this fact, the sondlua of a
dolegatlon would bo a smalt thing
compared with tho attending success."
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(ary of SflLa mon'JfTand to ha-Jw' it fc- "k : . ' tf .V'y4sJ!S&?v&V
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school buHOWRrFv Ired for JBRT'rh 11 j '.v.:--4-.' U.& 'V ia-Atfi lt.5
I The next meetlns of thxpard will 9 83 , ', W,. .' :';:);. WB re Jf
e held to pass on aJPSidato for U &K V" - il" '&& J$M i
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Grieving Kentuckv Motile. Aflp ,f .ts li f P (Wi !H':' yF '' .
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i at that
has been received by tin
poitmaster at Empire from a Ken
tucky woman, who is seeking news ol
her missing son, who was last heard
from as being at work In a lumber
mill on Coos Bay. Fredrick F. Pailei
is the young man who has not an
swered his mother's enqunies, tla
latter being Mrs. Mary Pailer, of Lud
low, Kenton county, Kentucky. Tin
let'er Is as follows:
I am writing to you hoping I may
obtain some information concerning
my son. Ho lett San Francis co in
tho first part of April and I received
a letter from Marshfield and another
from 301110 place near Marshfield, tho
name of which I rannot remember.
Since then I havo not het'rd from him
and ho has never before that tailed
to write at least every three weeks
I havo writton to many places and
done everything I could think of but
can find no trace of him. When he
wrote ho was working in a Iambi. r
.-amp or mill. Ho was 28 years old,
.ibout G teet 7 Inches tall, heavy sot
liu'ld and had black hair and gray
ey.ja. Name, Fredrick F. Pailer. He
belonged to tho Cooper's. Union be
fore he loft San Francisco.
Would willingly reward anyone
who could aid mo in my Investigation,
I hopo you may bo ablo to suggest
some way of locating him that wo
have not thought of, not knowing tho
country. Hoping for the favor of an
answer fiom you and with many
thanks I remain,
(MRS.) MARY PAILKIl,
51 Ash St.,
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l or coi.veu,
trons the I.
F'h ;iie f,7
ot Call pa
ft COOS BAY STfAM LAUNDRY
Mii w-miiet:Ym t
MiuslilVW ami North 15ciii.
"to $30, We sell
,' Schaffner and Marx
we satisfy every man
CopyriglTt 1907 by Hart Schaffner &f Marx
The best stiff hat' made all
now shapes to show you, also a large
line of Stetson soft hats and the fa
mous popular priceu Mundheim hat
for the young man in all the very latest
novelties of the season,
We have mad a special holiday selection of
Neckwear, Reefers, Mufflers, Fitted Suit Cases and Bags, Fancy
Handkerchiefs, Fancy Suspendess, Cluett and Monarch Shirts,
Fancy Voiis, Links and Stick Pins, Eelts Fancy Hosiery, Sweat
ers and Jarsoys, Hat Bands, Umbrellas from 50c to $15.00'
Smoki.-rj "Jackets, Slippers and etc.
Agents for Keltleton and Banister shoes for men, also
GOOD HEARSE and VCHILLES.
lllJiSMlli. MIMilCIt ft CO.
liivi-ry, Teed niirl S;i!o Iljil'
Tlilrl !ih1 A Hf.s. I'lionc, J2(i
head of the thi
'at h:;o a
Pater on Soull
iuifi, leaves in
No cheap tras!; to chow you, everything bought in this house is the very
best cf mercl'uicise and anything not coming up to this standard can be
returned and money refunded,
For Reliable Good
M & 11 W
A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALi
s of A
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Santa Clans has arriv
with a lino lino of Can
We also have reeelv
Wo always have a c
Doughnuts. Homo m
Will servo Chriauua'
iits, iKiifn iiiul Oiiinnu'iits.
cK of CAX.VKI) GOODS, HOXKV
line of Delicacies, Calves, Pies and
inner to pnvato parties. Leave or-
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dooratlon nt Mllnor's.
Carving sets at tho Cooa Bay Cash
Jardinieres at Milners
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arner UU ) Sts.
- - - - Main 1731
al Supply Co.
Now O'Coiuiell Blk.
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ore Opea Nights UMll Xmas.
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W'z use t!ie r'cessary
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'hero is nodiiiit; jloro satUmma ov
il(lifu). than tldr ind-v iVr
, Poprhopi and
bausanLcM Mutton or
"' fJPMp till, market. AVo
MUrr makes it cook
jEie for your SUNDAY DIXJ
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Cor. First &
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m. ftjTvciis '
mswv HOUSE '
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Sfst., MarslUleld. "
tliiin those offer
cutting mid ty
and tabto well,
havo a knack of
,ell, carvo well
e our Windov; Display
Orders by phone given prompt attention,
If THE SAWTARY MARKET
Cor. Third and Front ,- Phone 1001
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