The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957, July 27, 1908, Page 3, Image 3

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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, ORLHONDAY, JULY 27, 1908.
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j: Going & Harvey's Great Micl-Summer Cut-Price Sale
of House Furnishings
Lace Curtaius, 13 off
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This sacrlflco includes every pat
tern wo carry nnd wo display over
one hundred styles and designs. Can
you afford to miss this opportunity?
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$3 50 values for .$2.10
$4.00 values for ij!2.tr
?i.00 values for s:t.5(
$G.OO values for $1.25
$S.00 values for $0.00
$10.00 values for .$7.50
Big Dresser Special
$11.00 Special
It will pay you to get acquainted with us. We are the largest com
plete house furnishers In Southern Oregon; we therefore can give you tho
widest range to select from. It has always been our aim to have our
prices the lowest and In all cases to have our quality tho very best
for the price, as wo carry only dependable lines, for we wish to have It
said that: Going & Harvey Quality Goods are the ery best.
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Kitchen Cabinet
All during this week we will sell
Hardwood dressers with French plate
mirrors that have formerly sold from
$14.50 to $15.50. Your ...
choice for only J1 l.UU
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Buffets and Sideboard
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Reg. $10.00 Value
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Wo have some elegant putterns In
the Mission and Golden Quartersaw
ed Oak, all the very latest designs.
$12.50 value for $.0.75
$15.50 value for $11.75
$1S.00 value for $14.00
$30.00 value for $25.00
$40.00 value for $:$0.00
The advantage of trading with us Is manifold. You wish to furnish a
house; why run your feet off all over the country trying to get some fur
niture here, dishes there, stoves elsewhere, etc., etc., when you can get
the very largest assortment of complete house furnishings here. We guar
antee to furnish a house complete less than any one else; if not, mo re
fund your money at once, and a $20,000 stock Is the surety. We also
have a liberal, dignified credit system for those who wish to take ad
vantage of it. Goods on special sale excepted.
GENUINE LEATHER COUCH, $25.00
$33.50
$33.50 GENUINE LEATHER COUCH, $25.00
DEPENDABLE FURNITURE
GUARANTEED RANGES
ARTLOOM TAPESTRIES
JOHNSON ENGLISH CROCKERY
1847 SILVERWARE
COOKS LINOLEUM
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WITH ROD
AND GUN
This splendid weather
makes every one long for the
woods, its shady nooks and
streams. Your vacation will
prove monotonous without a
few new books and magazines,
wo have a complete lino to
select from.
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WOLCOTT'S
The Sign of Quality
NORTON & HANSEN
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BREAD
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COOS BAY
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This is the time of year to
Cook With Gas
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Electric Flat Irons
The Cobs Bay Gas
Electric Company
Marshfield and North Bend, Oregon
ABSTRACTS
TITLE GUARANTEE & ABSTRACT CO.
iflOne 143 Henry Sengstacken, Mgr,
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THE FAMILY GROCER
Front Street Phono 071
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GOODS BOUGHT, SOLD AND EX
CHANGED AT THE
New
Second Hand Store
Next door to Ilrown's Drug Stpre,
Front Street. Mnrshfleld
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IT'S THE KNYV HOW WHICH EN-
ARLI3S US TO EXCEL OTHBRS
Fresh California fruits and
vegetables, tho best the mar
ket affords, fresh today from
tho south on tho "Plant,"
larco shipment of
j northern grown fruits on the
"City of Panama."
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I WANT your price for painting my
house on Fourth street, with Pion
eer lead and pure boiled oil.
A. P, Owen.
LOST Ladles' hunting case gold
watch, evonlng, July 24th. Suitable
rewiu d offered for return to Times.
FOR RUNT 3 Sunny rooms on 'A,'
near Third St., $10 per month. See
Title Guarantee and Abstract Co.
FOR SALE One bed, two com
modes and stove. Apply 'J' Times
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I Tattle of the Town
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LJfctls grains of faot silted from I
tho chaff of gsslp flying up t
and donn the town.
COOS BAY TLDES
Tho following tables give the
hours of high and low tides for every
day this week:
WANTED A girl for house work.
Phone 2271 or call at O K restaurant.
TWISS BROS PROPS.
'Work called for and delivered
'promptly. French dry and J
steam cleaning of ladies and
gents garments a specialty.
Satisfaction or no -Charge. '
Over Club Cigar Storo.
Marshfield.
Phone ii
FOR SALE Restaurant and fixtures.
Address 'A' Times office.
WANTED Plain sewing of all
kinds. Children's clothes a spe
cialty. Address P. O. Box 285.
WANTED i Furnished rooms for
housekeeping. Call 'D Times.
FOR TABLE USB TRY
Welnhard's Bottled Boer
MARSDEN'S LIQUOB HOUSE'
Phone 481
Orders Delivered Free.
NOTICE.
There will be a regular cab for
Marshfield, North Bond and Llbby.
Prompt attention to all calls from
7 a. m. to 9 p. m. Day phono: Blanco
Cigar Store 781. Night phone:
Hoisner & Miller Livery, 1201.
HERE'S YOUP GOOD
HEALTH
Welnhard's Beer
.WARDEN'S LIQUOR FOUSB.
Phone 481
Orders Delivered Frco
WANTED Some one (to bujld ifor a
rental proposition, paying 15 per
cent or 20 per cent on cost price.
Cost Price not to exceed $5,000.
For further Information, call on
Stutsman & Co,, Real Estate,
FOR SALE The kull, boiler and om
gino of tho steamer "Flyer." Ap
ply Simpson Lusiber C6.
FOR RENT Four C-room Mats in
the O'Cosnell buildias a 'A'
street. Apply Hall Hall.
DEFREH'S River Raack Allegany
platted into one and 6 acre tracts.
Mako beautiful suaimer koines or
farms for profit. Conro Bros. &
Billings. Exclusive auemta, Marfld.
JULY, 1008.
HIGH WATER' A. M. P. M.
Monday. . 27 11:47 6.7
Tuesday. . 28 1:12 5.7
Wednesday 29 0:22 6.G 1:39 5.8
Thursday .30 0:55 C.3 2:07 5.9
Friday .. .31 1:29 C.l 2:31 6.0
LOW AVATERI A. M. P. M.
Monday . .27! 6:041-0.9 6:11 3.2
Tuesday . .286:391-0.8 6:49 3.2
Wednesday. 291 7:091-0.5 7:23 3.1
Thursday . 30 7:37-0.1 7:54 2.9
Friday . . 31) 7:59 0.2 8:26 2.7
field. The silver is handsomely en
graved with Mrs. McCormac's name
and that of the donors. Fred McCor
mac who made the trip with his
mother also returned with her.
Causes Wires to Buzz. One of tho
high tension wires of the Coos Bay
Gas and Electric Company Is ground
ed somewhere at TCorth Bend and as
a result of the induction, the wires
of tho telephone company are wlzzing
badly. Both companies have a num
ber of men at work trying to ascer
tain the point of trouble and hope to
get It fixed up this week.
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WUATHKU FORECAST.
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TTWTBRN OREGON.
Fair tonight, warmer south-
west portion. Tuesday, fair
westerly winds.
LOCAL TEMPERATURE RM-
PORT.
For twenty-four hours end-
ipg 5 p. ro., July 26, by Mrs,
E. Mjpgus, special government
meteorological observer.
4 Maximum 67
Minimum 44 4
At 5'p, m 02
Precipitation none
Wind, Northwest; clear.
Gets Fine Deer Head. Mrs. Hoi
comb of Ten Mile, has presented
Mrs. L. R. Robertson with the head
of a flno buck which Mrs. Holcomb
recently shot. The ton-point horns
are still In the velvet and tho head
which is now being mounted, wilt.
shortly grace the Robertson home.
It was brought here by Mrs. Robertson
who with tho children and Mrs. A.
L. Houseworth spent last week at
Ton Mile.
Rates SI per day: board and room.
Week rates, $0. Phono 2005
Modern throughout
LATTIN HOTEL
Guy O. Lattin.
Free baths Newly furnished
Next to cor Sheridan and Queen Ave.
Marshfield, Oro.
A Times Want Ad will sell it for
you.
Rev. D. W. Thurston Remains.
Tho Rev. D, W. Thurston pf tho First
Baptist church, yesterday announced
to his congregation that he had de
cided to remain in Marhsfleld for an
other year at least, much to tho gra
tification of the members who had
voted a week ago to extend the call
to him to remain.
Honor Mrs. McCormac. Mrs. J. T.
McCormac and Mrp. Fannlo Hazard
who have been attending tho state
convention of tho Degree of Honor
at Portland, roturned today. Mrs.
McCormac retired as Grand Chief of
Honor and was presented many
tokens of appreciation by tho various
subordinate lodges of tho state. Tho
most appreciated of all was a beau
tiful sliver tray presonted by Mascot
Lodge, Degree of Honor of Marah-
Fixup Will Move. Jones & Mit
chell proprietors of "Tho FlxUp"
clothing storo on Front street, havo
closed a ten years lease for the Max
Timmerman building on Front street
until recently occupied by Mrs. A. E.
Payne with her millinery and dry
goods storo. Tho building will be
entirely remodeled and a new front
put in, after which they will movo
Jntq the enlarged quarters which
thoir growing business demandB.
Dr., Golden Hero, Dr. R,. E. Gol
dqn and wjfo and baby arrived in
Marshfield this morning to locate.
Dr. Golden, who Is a, son of Supt.
Golden and was raised in Marshfield,.
has been practising medicine la
Washlngtop and while quite success
ful there decided to return to Coos
Bay to permanently locate. Ho will
bo associated with Dr. J. T. McCor
mac in tho practlco hero. They will
bo warmly welcomed horo by their
numerous friends.
MOTHER Is now in a position to
glvo you a CHICKEN DINNER any
old time.
You have tried tho others, a trial
with us will convince you that tho
O. K. restaurant is tho only PLACE
THAT PLEASES PARTICULAR
PEOPLE.
You will find the BEST LINE of
PIONIO goods at SACCHI'S.
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