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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD. OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1908.
See the great Moving Picture
! America tonignt ai tne
! ..Special Matinee Saturday 3: 30 P.M.
All School Children 5 cents. Moving Pictures and Illustrated songs
J Performance 7:30 and 8:45 Admission 10c
TUT? "PTMTT Now Pcn 7 t0 9:3 P m
1 nCt JXilNlV- Saturday Afternoon 2 to 4:30
Special Rates to private parties 9:30to 11:30 p. m.
Wednesday Afternoon, Ladies Exlusively
C. B. Scliiffler, Floor Mgr. D. L.Avery, Prop.
Will present the well known and
Pontilnr Comedy Drama
In four acts, known as
Under the direction of Prof. C. P.
Smith, at The Masonic Opera
.SATURDAY EVENING Mar., 28
This drama never falls to hold the
attention and excite the enthusi
asm of the audience, being full of
stirring situations and fascinat
ing love scenes.
Curtain rises at 8:30 o'clock.
Tickets 35c and 50c. Children 25c
Tickets may be obtained as usual
it W. J. Butler's office.
Steam Dye Works
Eadlcs' and Gents' Garment
Cleaned or Dyed
Philip Rpfker, Proprrrfm.
i See that your Grocer
For Quality and
$ A Street.
Temp eranc e
Recognized as a Food Product, and so dealt with
: by the Government-
It is being recognized tho world over that the drinking of beer
promotes temperance and sobriety to a far greater extent than all
the piohlbition laws on tho statute books.
All enlightened European nations are encouraging the manu
facture and consumption of light beers containing about three and
one-half per cent alcohol, and the result has beei most gratifying
to all stneero lovers of temperance.
The United States government has taken a positive stand in
this direction, the war department holding that tho re-establishing
of tho army canteen for tho sale of beer being an absolute neces
sity in the interest of temperance and sobriety.
Beer is today recognized as a "Food Product," and is so dealt
with by the government.
All tho great Insurance companies have contradicted the lies
that have been given currency through prohibition sources that
the drinking of beer was a bar to securing Insurance, and have
lately published to the world at large the statement that those
drinking beer moderately (not more than two quarts during twenty-four
hours) were the very best of risks. Tho latest British life
insurance reports Bhow that the ratio of death rate among abstain
ers is thirty per cent greater than among moderate drinkers.
Beer is pure and wholesome, and the day Is not far distant
when it will be as much a part of the daily subsistence of every fam
ily as are milk, bread and other food necessities.
WEINHARD'S BOTTLED BEER
Ib tho perfection of brewing. It is in every sense the very best
that modern enterprise can produc. It makes tho finest table beer.
It speaks for Itself and is Its ownbest advertisement.
ORDER A OASB FROM
"Wholesale Liquor House Front Street
Phone 481. Marshfleld, Oregon
Daniel Boono or Pioneer Days In
This weeks end change of pro
gram is the best the Orpheum has
had to offer Miss Landers tho
scenic pastel Artist is alone worth
the price of admission. Two
beautiful Illustrated songs are al
so on the big bill along with three
films "The Gay Deceivers" "What
a Pipe did" both comic and "The
Montana Girl" which is decidedly
The Orpheum changes are com
plete. Entire change of program
Admission 10c Reserved Seat 15c
Is noticed everywhere he goes.
If you want to be In style and "2
I wear up-to-date clothes that
are made by the very best
t workman that can be procured,
I and have correct style about
them, Go to
r i i f-
A I L-ORJNG
Taste it is the .Best
Opposite Bank Building. X
yiwrwMSjfffrftyw' ''"''' 'WM
I guarantee better work at lower prices,
than can be had elsewhere. Do not order
monumental work until you have
F. M. Stewait, Pi op.
Corner 3d & D Sis.
Phone, Main 1 731
ST OST CARDS
Coos Bay Scenes
? A. M. PRENTISS & CO.
I Tost Cards, Novelties, General I
!! IMMEDIATE VICINITY
P It is the policy of this bank to
8 comfine its business to the im-
8 mediate vicinity. In following
j this course, the bank not only
JJ enhances its own stability, but
8 promotes the highest interest of
g the community.
If FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
h COOS BAY, Marshficld, Ore.
O. B. Hinsdale W. S. McFnrland
3 President Cashier 9
8 John Pruess R. T. Kaufman
8 Vice Pres. Asst. Cashier 8
A Street Wharf
Fresh, Salt, Smoked and
canned fish; in fact all kinds of
fish in season.
Wharf back of . .-. .
.. FROM ..
Hall & Anderson
? Phone 817.
Lei Us Make a New
Easter Suit out of
that Old One
Don't throw nwny your old clothes
but bring them to the
and jou won't know them when wo
i;cl through with them.
Steam Cleaning a Specialty.
Wo can fiv jour old Panama jo that
you will he proud of it.
foiiC. 3i m. 1 u ,3
E EAT m
4 Picnic Parties wishing n swell
Picnic Lunch go to Mother's
T On Broadway opposite Times
T building. ;
THAT FIT THE FEET
THAT'S OUR BUSINESS
I SHOE STORE
TH0MAS0N & HANSON
'Hay Grain, -and Feed!
:: GET YOUR
iiCoal j Wood i
FOR RENT Flat in new O'Connell
building. Apply to R. S. Williams.
STRAYED white and black fox ter
rier with collar. Parties whom dog
left wharf with, will pleaso send
him home. Address C. care
"Times," and receive reward.
FOR EXCHANGE 3 largo lots close
in. Who wants to build me a resi
dence for them. F. E. Allen,
ROOMS TO RENT. Apply at The
SCHOOL TEACHER for school dis
trict No. CS. Address Alexander
Simpson, box 53, Marshfleld.
A good paying business In Spokane,
Wash., to exchange for property on
I. S. KAUFMAN & CO.
FOR SALE Beautiful 5-acre tracts
at ?60 and $65 per acre. Owner
C. H. Chandler, Bandon, Oregon.
FOR RENT Nice sunny front room,
double or single. $6.00 a room.
Apply E. "Times."
FOR RENT. Two neatly furnished
rooms on Queen avenue; first
house back of new Williams build
ing, corner Broadway.
FOR SALE New 6-room house, R.
R. Add. Blk. 61, lots 23-24; 1
blks from new school site, if taken
now $1,050. Address or call at
place. John S. Hays.
We call your At
tention to our
We feel that we
have put before
you the finest and
line of Gentle
ever shown here
We are Agents for
M, Born & Co Mer
chant Tailors, Chicago.
"The House of Quality"
Cure Tliat Cold While You Cnn.
Better spend the small amount a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy would cost you right now than to
run the risk of a cold developing Into
p.njiuni.onla, which may mean a big
doctor's bill. For sale by John
I Personal Notes, j
D. B. BROOKE was a city visitor
MISS ETHEL WELLS was a city vis
GEO. ROSS of Ross Inlet, was a
business visitor here yesterday.
MRS. J. LAN'DRITH spent Thursday
In Marshfleld with friends.
MRS. HOWCIC of North Bend, was
shopping in this city yesterday.
MRS. RIEBERG of North Bend, was
shopping in Marshfleld yesterday.
MISS JOHNSON of North Bond, was
shopping in Marshfleld yesterday.
RAY SELLER of Portland, is on
C003 Bay for a week with friends.
D. B. WILLIAMS of North Bend,
was in Marshfleld yesterday at
tending to business affairs.
J. B. JAMES, the busy and popular
wharf master at North Bend, was
in Marshfleld today on business.
MRS. DAVIS of North Bend, was
shopping in Marshfleld yesterday,
and Incidentally visiting friends.
H. S. TOWER has so far recovered
from his recent severe illness as to
bo able to attend to business ngain.
LAURENCE ANSELMO of Beaver
HUI, Is in Marshfleld for a few
days attending to business affairs
and seeing old friends.
MRS. R. M. WIEDER left Marsh
field yesterday for Bandon where
she will remain for a few days as
tho guest of relatives.
WARNER OGREN and AUGUST
FARLEY returned from Coos
River today where they have been
fishing for the last few days.
SUPERINTENDENT RUSSELL of
the Beaver Hill Coal Company, re
turned to the mines today after a
brief business visit In tho city.
AUGUST LACKSOMEN of Ten Mile,
was a business visitor In this city
yesterday purchasing supplies for
his new saw mill on Ten Mile lake.
T. T. WINTHER and wife, who have
been spending tho winter in San
Francisco, passed thru Coos Bay
Tuesday on the way to their home
MRS. R. CHANDLER and son of
Millington, left today on the Plant
for San Francisco where they will
remain for some time visiting
W. M. TOWER, who has been In
charge of his brother's jewelry
store during tho latter's Illness re
turned to his home in Portland
CHARLES BALDWIN and GUY
CHAMBERS, two successful and
progressive ranchers on Daniel's
Creek, are on Coos Bay today look
ing after business affairs.
MRS. B. B. BREWER of Seattle, is
tho guest of friends on Coos Bay
for a few weeks. After leaving
noro Mrs. Brewer win go to Los
Angeles and remain thru tho sum
mer. VICTOR SINGER of Minneapolis,
who has been spending a few
weeks on Coos Bay with frionds,
loft today for the East, accom
panied by his cousin F. D. Larson
ROY WAGNER of Portland, arrived
in this cltv yesterdny and will re
main for some time attending to
busings interests connected with
tho Ann ho represents.
C. W. WIELD nnd wlfo nasserl thru
Marshfleld yesterday on their way
to Uandon wlioro they will make
their permanent home. Mr. Wield
Intends entering in some business
in that city.
J. E. LYONS, returned Thursday
from a business trip to the north.
Ho reports a rather rough home
ward voyage and says "Noreaster"
f. 11.1 A IID A II I
j iiuiiHUK 10 h Doueasier wnon
you are sailing in tho teeth of tho
H. H. HAYLER of San Francisco, is
on Coos Bay with intentions of
locating hero permanently and en
tering into business of somo kind.
Mr.Hayler Intends bringing his
family to Coos Bay as quickly as
OUR GAS PLANT
Is now completed and will be open
to tho public.
All are cordially invited to call and
inspect tho samo as the plant when
put In operation will bo closed by
reason of possible accidents and dan
ger. Wo have no hesitancy In saying
that our new plant Is tho most com
plete and up-to-date In every respect
of any In tho Northwest.
Parties can got off at tho Porter
slip and the plant is immediately
back of the Porter mill.
THE COOS BAY GAS AND ELEC
Marshfleld and North Bend.
COLUMBIA MACHINE WORKS
Cavanagh, Chapman Sb Co.
General Repair Work and Woodturning. Launches a Specialty
Foot of Queen Avenue, Marshfleld
t Tattle of the Town
Little grains ot fact sifted from
tho chaff of gossip flying up
and down the town.
COOS BAY TIDES
Tho following tables glvo the
hours of high and low tides for every
day this week:
HIGH WATER A. M. P. M.
Thursday . 26 G:20 5.7 8:31 4.9
Friday . . 27 7:42 5.7 9:29 5.4
SUNDAY . 29 9:57 6.4 10:57 G.6
LOW WATER A. M. 1 P. M.
Thursday . 20 0:13 4.0 1:24 0.5
Friday . . 27 1:49 3.8 2:49 0.3
Saturday . 28 3:09 3.2 3:39 0.1
SUNDAY .29 4:11 2.4 4:29 0.0
WESTERN OREGON Fair to
night with light frost; Saturday, fair
with light variable winds.
Episcopal Sen ices. Services at
the Episcopal church at 7:30 this
evening, also Sunday morning and
Wed nt Coquillo. Marshfleld
friends of Geo. II. Nay and Mi3s Se
rena E. Ward have just been in
formed of tho couple's marriage at
Coquillo several days ago. Judge E.
G. D. Holdon offlclated. Mr. Nay is
a carpenter and ship builder at tlio.
Holland shipyard. '
Inner Bar Buoy Mining. The In
ner bar buoy is reported missing and
tho government navigation depart
ment has been notified of it. When
tho Alliance came In Wednesday, its
officers reported that the buoy was
out of position and yesterday Capt.
Burtis of tho M. F. Plant was uuablo
to sight It at all.
Rainona Takes Pomona's Place.
According to a rumor received here,
the Ramona, now plying between.
Seattle and Victoria, will bo transfer
red from Puget Sound to tho run be
tween Eureka and San Francisco,
taking the place of tho ill-fated Po
monn which was sunk off Port Ross
a short time ago.
Apples on Exhibit. One of tho
finest boxes of apples that has ever
been produced in this section Is on
exhibition in tho window of tho
Chamber of Commerce. Tho apples
were raised by E. Engreen of Kentuc
Inlet, who presented the bo to Dr.
Horsfall. Tho latter decided that
they wore too fine to be mado away
with at once and so placed them on
exhibition. They have kept perfect
ly. Bridges Will Return Soon. M. A.
Sweetman has received a letter from
J. II. Bridges of Reno, Nov., who re
cently purchased considerable prop
erty In Marshfleld, stating that ho
will return to C003 Bay within a fow
weeks piepared to make his homo
here. He also stated that ho had
practically decided upon tho kind of
a building that he will erect on tho
Gulovson corner, which ho leased for
Trouble at Myrtle Point. Attor
ney George Farrln returned yester
day from Myrtlo Point where ho ad
justed a matter that threatened to
develop Into a school feud. It seems
that a teacher there inflicted corporal
punishment upon one of tho boy pu
pils for somo offense. Tho parents of
the lad thought tho punishment was
too severe and filed information
against tho teacher. While no nr
rcsts were mado, tho matter was as
suming a gravo phase. Mr. Farrln
succeeded in getting tho school au
thorities and tho Irate parents to
gether and settling it amicably.
Hold Enjoyable Session. Tho A.
N. W. Club mot yesterday with Mrs.
Frank A. Golden in her now homo
and spent a very onjoyablo after
noon. A courso luncheon was
served by Mrs. Golden and this was
followed bya phonograph concert. Tho
next meeting will bo hold with Mrs.
G. A. Bennett. Tho committco ap
pointed to arrange for tho purchase
and Installation of a public drinking
fountain on a down town street Will
make a full report at tho next meet
ing. For the Ladles. Mrs. J. Goldio an
nounces in a card elsewhere that sho
Is prepared to do shampooing, scalp
massage, manicuring, etc. Will call
at your home.
10 POUNDS GRANULATED SUGAR
10 pounds of granulated sugar for
50 cents with a $2.50 order of gro
ceries every day this week.
ANONA CASH GROCERY.
Opposlto Times Office.
Tho Crystal. Tho big feature a,
tho Crystal theatre, tho last half of
this week, is tho film Daniel Boono or
Pioneer Days In America. It shows
tho dangers and struggles the early
settlers had in tho Wilderness of
Kentucky. The burning of tho cabin,
the fight with tho Indians, and tho
thrilling rescue of the captives form,
a story that Is fascinating and truo
to life. The rest of tho program Is
amusing and Interesting. Tho Illus
trated march song "Good Byo,
Glory," as sung by Demarls Gabbort,
Is one of the patriotic kind that al
ways Inspires an audience.