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THE DAILY COOS BAY MIES, MARSHFIELD.OREGON SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1908.
NEWEST SPRING SUITS AT
We have just got in some more beautiful spring suits for women. They are the styles that will be worn
by the leaders of fashion this spring. Every garment has an air of elegance and grace about it that's sim-
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The colors are blended perfectly. The styles are decidedly new and novel and will be much worn this year. j
Withal, the garments arc perfect. Styles, fit, workmanship and wear are combined in each one. When g
you see the suits, the price marked very low will be a secondary consideration.
are more beautiful than ever, A perfect medley of
beauty and worth; a collection of shadow stripes,
checks and plaids in the deep rich tones oignion,
russet and leather browns in the softer shades of
mode and tan; blues in almost every shade, includ
ing Deeft, Alice and Copenhagen; greens in the
softer shades help to complete the most fascinating
display of dress fabrics we've ever shown.
"Exclusive styles" can certainly be accorded the
new silks we are showing, Some very choice pat
terns are shown in plain and figured Rajah, Pongee,
etc, etc. In addition to novelty silks, silks in plain
colors were never before shown in the wider range,
Wash goods are shown in the same full assortments
as the silks, The new laces and embroideries are
well worth a visit to see, There is positively nothing
in these two important spring items that you will not
be able to find here,
MISS MILDRED ROGERS of Coos
River, was shopping in Marshfleld
MISS ROSE BROWN is visiting for
a few days in Marshfleld with her
MRS. HERBERT ROGERS of Coos
River, was a Marshfleld shopper
MISS MARTHA BERNITT was a
city visitor in North Bend yester
MRS. CHARLES CAVANAUGH of
North Bend, was a Marshfleld vis
T. M. COLLVER of Catching Inlet
was a business visitor in Marsh
Tattle of the Town
Little grams of fact sifted from
tho clinff of gossip Hying np
and down tho town.
OU will find just what, you want in our collection of "MARQUIS WAISTS" in which every
new style feature is prominent. The new Gloves and Neckwear were never prettier.
IS T H E I
Meal Ph arm aro
Shall make it a practice to maintain its standard of
the highest attainment of the Pharmaceutical Art.
Hence, the name Ideal, and any product bearing
the name must be absolutely the best. Not being
bound to any particular physicians, by commissions
or otherwise, we take our stand as being entirely in
dependent and Strictly Ethical,
We have confidence in all physicians and shall
extend the professional courtesies accordingly.
While we carry a full line of tho proprietary
remedies (commonly called patents) we make no
display of them as it is our aim to conduct a strictly
first-class dispensing pharmacy with an open door to
From the remarkable showing on our prescription
file for the first two weeks of business, we feel that
our faith was well founded and extend thanks in ad
vance for further patronage.
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How about a good Bicycle
A supply of Fishing Tackle
A nice little Rifle
We Save You Money.
jj E. Don McCrary, Registered Pharms't
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M. P. PENDERGRASS, Blaster.
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 8:15,
9:45 and 11:15 a. m., and 1:45
3:15 rad 5:00 p. m.
Makes dally trips except
Sundays. Fare: One way, 15
cents; round trip, 25 cents.
Imported Suitings :
"Where Good Clothes Are Made
A new and beautiful assort
ment just received at tho
Coos Bay Home
oi the Post Card :'
Remember your friends with '.',
a card from Coos Bay.
A. M. PRENTISS & CO.
Port Cards, Novelties, General
Front street, Marshfleld.
Every day want ad. readers are
finding "better furnished rooms."
If yon attend to yonr work and Ut
ycur enemy alone, some one else will
cefeelec Bre-rfy ad de ;kl
tret Qjfcefc- .. .
FOR SALE New C-room house, R.
R. Add. Blk. Gl, lots 23-24; y2
blks from new school site, If taken
now $1,050. Address or call at
place. John S. Hays.
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made efforts to save tho gl
drowning ho was unable to
Tho evidence showed that th
Flat In new O'Connell
Apply to R. S. Williams.
ROOMS TO RENT.
Apply at The
FOR SALE Beautiful 5-acre tracti
tit $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
t house back ot new Williams build
, Jng.corner.BroadVay, '
MISS GENHVlEttE TELLEFSON o
tho Eastsido was shopping
MRS. MARY SMITH who has been
'"- very ill at her home the past week
is reported convalescent.
MISS LETT1E LARSEN of Larson
Inlet is spending a few days in
this city with relatives.
C. COIN of North Bend was in Marsh
fleld yesterday afternoon attend
ing to business transactions.
MISS LIZZIE TELLEFSON has ac
cepted a position as telephone
operator at the C. A. Smith office.
I. S. SMITH of this city has been at
Catching Inlet for the last two
days attending to business inter
ests. II. KLAHN of Empire spent Friday
In Marshfleld with friends and In
cidentally attended to business af
MISS MABEL BILLINGS, a nurse at
Mercy hospital, who has been very
ill is again able to resume her
duties at the hospital.
MRS. A. FARLEY of Empire City,
was the guest of her sister Mrs.
John Lennon of North Bend
Heights, on Thursday.
EDGAR SIMPSON of San Francisco,
Is the guest this week at tho homo
of his brother Mayor L. J. Simpson
of North Bend.
MR. and MRS. WM. ARCHER of San
Francisco, were tho guests yester
day ot Mr. and Mrs. Wilkes Cava
naugh on Broadway.
Z. W. THOMAS of Allegany, who
raises some of tho flnest of the
far famed Gravensteins, was a
Marshfleld visitor today.
MISS GERTRUDE FIELD, left this
city today for her homo In Chica
go, 111., after having been in this
city for four weeks with relatives.
MISS LIZZIE TELLEFSON, a former
telephone girl at tho Marshfleld
Central, has accepted a position
with the C. A. Smith mill as oper
ator on their prlvato exchange.
O. B. OWEN and family are on Coos
Bay, and will locato permantly
eitner in North Bond or Marsh
field according to tho best busi
B. NEFF of Beaver Hill was a city
visitor yesterday, and returned to
his homo this morning accompani
ed bv Mrs. Neff who has been ill
at Mercy Hospital for some time.
GUY SWIFT AND CHAS. BANER
of Portland are enjoying a two
week's vacation on Coos Bay. They
lett last evening for Coos River
where they will spend a few days
MRS. M. MERCHANT who has been
snendlng tho winter with relatives
in Oakland, and her daughter Mrs.
Desmond In Southern California,
has returned to her home greatly
improved in health.
L J. ENGLUND of Eureka but lately
of San Diego, Cal., is in Marshfleld.
Mr. England Intends locating in
Oregon. This is his first trip to
Oregon and his first impressions
are greatly In favor to the locality.
He may remain on Coos Bay.
MR. and MRS. I. HACKER, well
known by Coos Bay people, who
aie spending tno winter in Pnssa
dena, California, writo to frionds
hero that they aie enjoying good
health and have spent a very pleas
MRS. A. B. KUYKEN of Minnea
polis arrived in this city yesterday
to spend a few weeks with frionds
and relatives. Fiom hero she will
go to San Francisco and thence
Los Angeles where she will remain
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MRS. A. F. FRAEB and daughter
Elslo passed thru this city yester
day on a pleasure trip to Bandon
where they will remain a few days,
thenco going down tho coast
to Port Orford, Euroka and San
Francisco, returning then to their
homo in San Diego.
MRS. A. P. GOSS and children left
Marshfleld today on tho Break
water for Portland where sho will
join her husband and make their
permanent home. Mr. Goss left this
city a short time ago and Is now
in business and nicely located.
During the itlmo Mr. and Mrs.
Goss resided on Coos Bay they
made muny warm friends all of
whom greatly regret their departure.
Kentuck Vale Garden ironies,
fitovens Ranch subdivides in 10 to
22 acre-tracts, $600 to $1,000 each.
Best and cheapest acre-tracts on the
Bay. Guerry & Halllstter, Bank
building; F. J. Monro, Baysido Pant
Co. Store, North Bend.
PHONE 111 for Baessemter boy to
carry parcels and run errands.
Danco at Sumner April 4th.
by Landenburc orchestra.
THE BALD HEADED MANS
Might have plenty of hair if ho
had used "Luxor," tho great dand
ruff eradlcator and germicide.
For sale by McArtfaur, the pro
Unless It has been advertised It
has not really been OFFERED for
sale. , ,. , ...
To tho Members of tho Republican
Party of Coos County, Oregon.
Gentlemen: I heroby announce
my candidacy for tho nomination for
County Commissioner, subject to
your pleasure in tho primary election
of April 17, 1908.
M. J. KRANTZ.
COOS HAY TIDES
Tho following tables give tho
hours of high and low tides for every
day this week:
HIGH WATEItl A. M. P. M.
SUNDAY . 29 9:571 G. 4110:571 G.6
LOW WATERi A. fll. P. M.
Saturday . 2SI 3:091 3.21 3:391 0.1
SUNDAY .29 4:11 2.4 4:29 0.0
Loads nt Xoith Bend. The Redon
do is loading at the Sash and Door
lactory for S.in Pedro and other
AiUcnt Sails Today. Tho schoon
er Advent has completed loading at
the old Porter mill and will sail
some time today for San Francisco.
Victim of Ptomaine Poisoning.
Chris Pedcison, a well-known Cooa
Bay man who has been suffering
from ptomaine poisoning is reported
Sells Big Kdger. A. B. Daly ot
Marshfleld was in Coquille this week
and sold to the Johnson Lumber
Co., tho largest edger in Coos County,
it being SxGO iuches.
Ojx?n Logging Cninp. Jack Mc
Donald has returned from Coquille
and Is arranging to open his logging
camp. He expects to get the work un
derway within a few days.
Inspect Coquille L.uincli. Captain
D. S. Ames and Geo. G. Waldon,
United Stntes inspectors of gasoline
rcafts have returned from Coqullla
where they Inspected tho launch Enterprise.
Brings New Engine. In tho cargo
of the Nann Smith on her Hrst trip
from 'Frisco to Coos Bay was a loco
motive for the logging railway which
the C. A. Smith mill will soon havo
Coming to Coos Bay. In a busi
ness letter to Tho Times W. O. Ash,
a prominent businessman of Hood
River, Oregon, states that ho expects
to come to Coos Bay next month to
Machinery for Mill. August Lac
konson has secured the machinery for
the new sawmill which ho will soon
start on Ten MIlo lake. The mill
will have capacity of about fifteen
thousand feet of lumber per day.
Mrs. Smith Better. Mrs. Dr. O. E.
Smith, a former resident of Marsh
Held, who has been spending tho
winter with friends In Pasadena, has
greatly Improved in health and will
return to her homo In Eugeno as
soon as tho weather becomes warmer.
A good paying business In Spokane,
Wash., to exchange for property on
I. S. KAUFMAN & CO.
Thero will bo a danco Wednesday
evening, April 1st, at Eckhoff hall,
North Bend. This Is tho first appear
ance of tho New Bay City Orchostra.
Gontlemen, $1.00; ladles, free.
OUR CHICKEN DINNER
will bo found the best In tho city.
Try it tomorrow.
Launch Juanit" will leave
Pioneer hardware dock at 8:30
o'clock every morning ,for Allegany.
Returns every evenlnc at 4:0. "
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bookkeeper who has been selected to
straighten out Marshfleld's municipal
accounts, has begun work. Accord
ing to his compilations to date, tho
municipal debt of Marshfleld Is about
itrm i, ,..ww. i i.lm.u T T, Drd nf
San Francisco, superintendent on tho
Paclllc coast or 1110 wusiuru uiuuu
Telegraph Company arrived on Coos
Bay yesterday to inspect tno lines in
this section. From hero, ho will go
tn rvwmllln nnil TVTvrtln Point and
then will mako a trip ovorland to
Former Teacher Meets Mlhfoitimc.
Prof. Ilawcs, at ono tlmo a prln-
nlnnl lii ilin Mnrshfleld school, has
been compelled to resign an excellent
position in Southern Cnlltoinla uo
cause of Impaired eyesight, and is In
San Francisco undergoing treatment
fo. his eyes. Ills friends will hopo
for his early and complete iccovcry.
iroineniaUers Arrive. A company
of ten people arrived on tho Break
water Friday from Jacksonville, Now
Brunswick and they will mako Coos
Bay their permanent homo. They
will locate on thee Kinney properties.
Tho peisonell Is as follows: Geo. M.
Evoiott, wife and two children,
Lavlna Kinney, Annie, Mr. and Mrs.
I. Ridley, A. E. Lowln and Georgo
Start Suit in Federal Court. T.
S. Minot has gone to Portland whoro
he will appear in federal court In be
half of several who aro endeavoring
to compel the Southorn Oregon Land
Company to sell somo of their hold
ings at $2.50 per acre, tho stipula
tion under which tho largo holdings
were ceded thorn by the govrnment
for constructing tho wagon road from
Coos Bay to Drain.
Penalty on Taxes. Every tax
payer in Coos county who does not
pay one-hair or nis taxes ueioru ahi-u
Oth, will havo to pay a penalty of
ten per cent for each month after
that they remain unpaid. By paying
ono-half before April Gth, six months
grace Is gained on the othor, without
Interest. Three per cent discount for
prompt payment was mado on tho
taxes paid boforo March 15th.
Looks After Property. W. G. Keg
ler returned today to Portland aftor
a few days spent on Coos Bay look
ing after business Interests hero. Ho
Is ono of tho largest stockholders In
the South Harbor plat, up tho Inlot
beyond tho C. A. Smith mill In which
Dr. Tower and other local parties aro
Interested. Mr. Kogler Is n cont
dealer at Portland. Ho Is a firm be
liever In tho future of Coos Bay and
an enthusiastic booster of Its possi
bilities. , FINE CHICKEN DINNER
At Smith's Cafo Sunday. ,,
Want ads, are woven into the fab
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