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About The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1908)
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TOM NICOLLS spent yesterday In
the Coqullle Valley.
GEORGE DEAL of South River, was
In Marshfleld today.
MRS. THOMPSON of North Lake, Is
a Coos Bay visitor today.
FRANK FORD and wife aro spend
ing a few days at Ten Mile.
MRS. FRANK BOWRON of Ten Mllo,
Is a Marshfleld visitor today.
MRS. J. J. CLINKINBEARD of Da
niels Creek, Is In Marshfleld.
GEORGE HITCHCOCK and wife, of
Bandon, aro Coos Bay visitors.
MRS. WM. PIPER of North Coos
River, spent today shopping and
visiting Marshfleld friends.
MISS ELEANOR HELM of Marsh
fleld, Is spending a few days with
Mrs. Tom James at Ton Mile.
FRANK SUMNER, deputy post
master, and wife, have gone to Al
legany where they will oamp for
a few days.
MRS. J. E. LYONS will leave today
for Grays Harbor, Wash., on a
business trip. She expects to be
absent about a week.
T. J. LEWIS, Chas. McKnlght and
Win. Holland returned last evening
from Ten Mile where they spent
Sunday at Mr. Lewis' bungalow.
MISS ALICE B. McCORMAC came
down from their summer home on
South Coos River today to spend a
few days with Mrs. E. Mingus.
ItALPH BAKER and mother of
Portland are here for a short visit
at the W. S. McFarland home, Mrs.
McFarland being a sister of Mr.
G. A. BROWN of the Smith-Powers
Logging Company, returned yes
terday from a business trip to
Portland and other northern
J. D. BEAKEV, special organizer of
the Woodmen of the World, who
has been doing sovie special work
hero, and wife and son have gone
F. J. HAYES, Frank Cameron, Bill
Gordon and son, and Bert Lynch
returned from their hunting trip
up on the Sixes, and report game
M. W. McCLEOD and wife, Mrs. Jos.
Schilling and two children and
James Stoddard are spondlng a few
days at Ten Mllo, occupying tho
HARRY H. COHEN, who has been
employed by Magnes nnd Matson
for tho past six months, lias gone
to The Dalles, Oregon, where ho
expects to make his future home.
MISS HELEN SIMPSON is taking a
vacation from her duties at Noris
Jensen's ofllco and Is spending it
at tho home of her parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Alex. Simpson on Haines
MRS. JANET ESCOTT, tho only dole
gate from the Marshflold Lodge of
the Dogreo of Honor to tho meet
ing at Portland, has returned
home. Sho reports a very enjoy
able time and an extremely bene
B. B. NORRIS who has been cover
ing the Coos Bay country for sov
eral years for Dunham, Canigan
and Haydon Company of San Fran
cisco nnd who is well known hero
has written that ho has been trans
ferred to a California territory
and will not bo nblo to get up In
"ithls section again for some tlmo.
AMONG THE SICK.
John Akmnnn is reported improv
ing. Itollle Barrio Is recovering from
his recent illness.
August Farley has practically re
covered from tho sovero Injury to his
Dorsoy Kroltzor Is rapidly recover
ing from his attack of inflnmmntory
rheumatism and will be nblo to bo
out In n day or two.
THE DKSCJHPTIO.V OF THE
PHIZES IX THE TIMES POPULAR
VOTING CONTEST WILL APPEAR
IN TOMORROW'S PAPKR. WATCH
If quality counts for anything tho
O. K. CHOP HOUSE certainly hae
SHE HEST COFFEE on Coo3 Bay.
Tattle of the Town
Uttlo pvuM of fact rttcd tfm
Mia kff of gMslp flying tip
and down tho town.
COOS BAY TIDES
The followlne tables give the
hours of high and low tides for every
uay this week:
Monday. . 27
Tuesday. . 28
Friday .. .31
IKW WATER! A. M.
Monday . .271 6:041-0.9
Tuesday . .286:391-0.8
Wednesday 291 7:091-0.5
Thursday . 30 7:371-0.1
Friday . . 311 7:59 0.2
LOCAL TEMPERATURE RK-
For twenty-four hours end-
ing 5 p. m., July 27, by Mrs.
E. Mingus, special government
At 5 p. m 45
WImd, Northwest; claar.
Homer In Soon. Tho Homer loft
San Francisco today and Is due at
Coos Bay Thursday or Friday morn
ing. Ranch to Ho Sold. Negotiations
are pending for tho sale of the Eno
gren ranch on Coos River, and It is
likely that a deal will be closed In
a day or two. It Is one of the best
known ranches in this section.
Many Deer nt Ten Mile. Hunters
report that more deer are being killed
at Ten Mllo this season than In a
number of years past . Win. Noble
secured a line big buck, Frank Bow
ron one and a number of others have
secured one or more apiece.
Will Rebuild Flyer. Tom Law
horno has purchased tho hull of tho
steamer "Flyer" and will have the
vessel rebuilt for the Maishfleld
North Bend run. He will have the
work rushed and hopes to get tho
vessel in commission within a com
paratively short time.
Council to Meet. Tho Marshfleld
city council will meet this evening
and take up a number of street mat
ters. The committee from the South
Marshfleld property owners organiza
tion will be present and urge tho
council to hasten the work on the
proposed sewage system.
Diirett K peeled Here. R. T. Du-
rett who was recently granted a fran
chise to Install an automatic tele
phono system In Marshfleld, is ex
pected here In a day or two. Ho has
not written concerning the develop
ment of his project so no one here
knows of his Immediate plans.
Coos Hay Fruit. Mrs. Anderson
Wright of Sumner, has left a box of tho
largest currants ever seen on Coos
Bay at tho Chamber of Commerce. Mr.
and Mrs. C. S. Hilborn who reside
near tho Cieamery, have also left a
number of line peaches with Sec.
Lyon, showing that the fruit can bo
successfully grown hore.
Home Fiom Camping. Mrs. F. C.
Butch returned today from Chas.
Stauff's homestead In tho Sand Hills
where she has been chaperoning a
party of young folks for the past ten
days. "Tho Camp of tho Pines" has
been broken up after one of tho most
onjoyablo outings Immaglnable and
all tho members will be home this
Have Fine Trip. P. Hennessey
nnd his son Dolbort, M. A. Sweetmnn,
Mr. Morton nnd Mr. Holland of Lib
by, have returned from a short stay
at Three Mllo on tho coast. They
ropoit one of the finest of times nnd
one day's hunt in which Mr. Hennes
soy, Jr., made one shot and got a
flno deer. Mr. Holland not quite so
good n shot made four shots to get
The Sign of Quality
Fresh California fruits and
I vegetables, the beht tho mar-
,J ket affords, fresh today front
tho Miutli nn tho "Plant,"
It also n luriro hhinmeut of
jj northern groiin fruits on the jj
A "City of Panuiua." A
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V C. W'WOLCOTT
V THE FAM1L.Y GROCr.lt
" Fiont Strvet lMioiiq.071 A
COOlAY TIMES. yABSHEggURESOMJtUESDAY, JULY
the ono he killed which was a fine
buck also. P. Hennessey and Mr.
Sweetman were looking after some
business Interests also, Mr. Morton
and Sweetman took four hours on
the beach in which they got a very
fine collection and a large number
of fine agates. Sweetman, Hennessey
and Morton say the deer stacd shy
of them on account of their superior
marklandship. Mr. Hennessey, Jr.,
Is but 15 years of ago and is very
proud over his first deer.
Home From Ten Mile. Miss Ma
mie Mahoney and her guests return
ed last evening from a most delight
ful week's outing at her ranch at Ten
Mile. Among the members of the
party were Misses Evelyn Anderson,
Nora Tower, Mrs. Adams and Jay
Mahoney. Jay demonstrated his
ability as a marksman and provider
for a larger family by killing two fine
buck deer, providing all the venison
Itnnsford to Asylum The Coos
County Board of Insanity Commis
sioners have committed A. S. Rans
ford of North Bend to the state hos
pital for the insane at Salem. Rans
ford has lived in a small house on
the county road near North Bend for
many years and recently had been
suffering from the hallucination that
a certain clique were "after him."
Ed. Johnson filed the charges against
liny in Curry County. ""here has
been n line hny crop this yrar, and
the weather has been just right for
curing It properly. Hay en previous
to the 1st of July has often been
ruined by rain, but there Is no risk
after the fifth. July is the hay
month, and it Is well to remember it
The risk is great in June, and there
is some In August. These brli'f ob
servations are based upon an experi
ence in this climate for over forty
years. Port Orford Tribune.
Want Red Men to Come.
Walter Lyons of the Chamber
WANTED A young man to work at
WANTED Reliable young man who
is acquainted with Beaver Hill for
one day's work, good wages.
United Stores Company.
PKRMAXKXT POSITION FOR THE
RIGHT .MAX OR AVOMAX IX
WANTED A resident manager foi
the National Protection Legion for
Marshfleld and vicinity. A sick and
accident Insurance paying $15 a
week for sickness or accident and
cash dividends of surplus each 5
years. Pleasant work and good
payment. Address at once A. R.
McLean, district manager, Grants
I WANT your price for painting my
house on Fourth street, with Pion
eer lead and pure boiled oil.
A. P. Owen.
FOR RENT 3-room suite. Inquire
first house north of Marble Works.
LOST Ladles' hunting case gold
watch, evening, July 24th. Suitable
reward offered for return to Times.
FOR RENT 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
WANTED A girl for houso work.
Phono 2271 or call at O K res
taurant. FOR SALE Restaurant and fixtures.
Address 'A' Times ofllco.
WANTED Plain sowing of all
kinds. Children's clothes a spe
cialty. Addross P. O. Box 285.
WANTED Furnished rooms for
housekeeping. Call 'D' Times.
WANTED Some one to build for a
rental proposition, paying 15 per
cent or 20 per cent on cost price.
Cost Price not to exceed $5,000.
For furthor information, call on
Stutsman & Co., Real Estate.
FOR SALE Tho kull, boiler and -gino
of tho sttaaer "Flyer." Ap
ply Simpson Lumber Co.
FOR RENT Four S-room flats in
the 0'Connell bulldlnc on 'A'
street. Apply Hall & Hall.
DHFREE'S River Ranch Allegany
pUtted into ono and 5 aero trusts.
Make beautiful summer koines or
farms for profit. Conro Bros. &
Billings. Inclusive agents, Marfld.
Commerce, has wired an Invitation
to tho Great Council of the Order of
Redmcn of Oregon, which is now in
session at Medford to hold the 1909
meeting on Coos Bay. Geo. N. Far
rln, the great sachem, who went to
Medford in advance of tho other lo
cal delegate found even a stronger
sentiment In favor of Coos Bay as the
next meeting place than he expected
and it is believed that this place
will win over Its competitors with
Piny Baseball. The Ten Mllo team
defeated the Schofleld team by a
score of sixteen to four, Sunday. Tho
Schofleld team protests against Ten
Mile running in Tom James of North
Bend as a pitcher, Tom's spit ball
having them guessing all the time,
oven though Jay Mahoney, whose
prospective career in the big leagues
was nipped In the bud several years
ag by a large negro pitcher hitting
hint who-prcslded as umpire couldn't
get accustomed to Tom's speed and al
lowed the Schofleld batters six
CHEAP RATES AGAIN.
The colonist rates from all points
In the east to all points in Oregon
commence September 1st and con
tinue until October 31. Every com-,
merclal organization and every citi
zen of dregon should begin to make
these rates the subject of every let
ter that goes out of the state. The
fare Is $30 from Missouri River
points, St. Paul, Duluth and Win
nipeg, $33 from St. Louis, and $38
from Chicago, with proportionate
rates from every point In the United
Coos Bay people having eastern
friends should write and remind them
of this opportunity to visit and in
vestigate this favored section.
The other fellow is still here,
ivhere do you eat? The O. K. CHOP
HOUSE, of course.
Ralph Davis of this city, was
struck in the face by a cable at tho
asen camp yesterday morning and
severely hurt, but not seriously In
Do you know that we do all kinds
of rcpniiiiig and iiinl.e alterations, in
ladles suits, skirts, nnd garments of
ill kinds thus securing a perfect lit.
Wo have recently added a Ladles
Tailoring department In charge of nu
expert fitter from Portland. Cnll and
'C Street. In Palms Old Stand.
MARSHFIELD STEAM LAUNDRY
ND DYE WORKS
All strictly hand work. The dain
tiest and most delicate garments
laundered without damage.
Guarantee not to shrink flannels
All Goods Handled By Us ?Icnded
Wc Call For and Deliver Free.
Flue work a specialty. Gle us a trial order.
J. D. HIDBARD, Proprietor
Fourtli and Queen Sts., Marshfleld.
lliyBtr'-flrtil Unnui a
ing Machineasj Reasonablejas you'ean obtain it
Besides you take no' risk
press or jfreight tojDay
W. R. Haines Music Co.
A CULINARY NOVELTY.
Surprltet to Tompt Palates That 8loh
For "8omothlng Now."
Olives may be a cultivated taste, but
to the trained palate they offer endless
novelties when used in clever combina
tions. The modern cook holds the olive
In gentle regard nnd with Its aid pre
pares many n surprise to tempt palates
that sigh for "something new."
Olive sandwiches, which nre tiny ovals
of thin bread spread with butter, then
with equal parts of grated celery and
chopped walnut meats put together In
pairs, with a stoned olive pressed into
the top. are popular at teas.
RuHslan sandwiches are mnde by
chopping ollvea flue nnd Just moisten
ing them with mayonnaise. Cut thin
slices of bread In narrow strips. Spread
the olive upon half the pieces, spread
ing the others with cav'are. Press to
gether In pairs.
Stuffed otlvcs .have the stones remov
ed and replaced by any salplcon or
forcemeat preferred. A variety Is pro
duced by stuffing them with some sa
vory butter, such as lemon butter, np
ple butter, etc. They are separated
from the stone spirally, as one peels an
apple. The stoned olive Is then roiaea
about tho filling, which should be about
the size of the stone, until It resumes
Its original shape.
A Bad Leaning That Way.
At Emerson's dinner table one day
there was mention of n woman well
known as a Hon hunter, and In speak
ing of her Mrs. Emerson used the word
"snob." Mr. Emerson objected; the
word was too harsh; he didn't like that
Igly class of words beginning with
"sn." His wife inquired how he would
characterize the lady. "I should say"
very slowly "she Is a person having
BTfeat sympathy with success."
Just compare our regular prices on STOVE S,
HARDWARE, DISHES, SPORTING
GOODS and PLUMBING GOODS with any
iirm in Coos County that is selling out at cost or
giving 10 per cent for cash, and see which is the
cheapest place to trade for Standard Goods.
WE KNOW WHAT GOODS COST AND
OUR PRICES ARE
DRAIN TILE and
SEE US FOR.
t NORTH BEND HARDWARE & SUPPLY
On Sale Today
Remember --, We Scarry every domestic Record
aIM3 made, always in stock.
;j We will forfeit
lars ($100.00) if we are not able to
give you an Edison or Victor Talk-
of breakage in transit
Write today for prices
ORDEB NliW BOAT.
Powerful Small Crnft For tho Co
In conversation with ono of tho
officers of the Coqullle River Trans
portation Company, Wednesday, ho
Informed the Sentinel that it would
be nearly two months before tho new"
boat is launched as they aro wait
ing for the now 100-horsepower
compound condensing englno and tho
boiler which they have ordered from
Frank P. Wlllard & Co. of Chicago.
The craft when completed will bo tho
finest and ono of tho swiftest in the
Capt. O. R. Wlllard has purchased
the interost of Capt. E. D. Steller In
the Wolverine and Is now tho solo
owner and master of that neat lit
tle boat. Mr. Steller and family
passed through this city Monday on
their way to Riddle where they will
visit friends for a few months.
Oh, Wlint Joy!
"Cured at last! Oh, what Joy to
think that I have at last been cured
of that awful bowel trouble," aro
the words of A. C. Butlor of Cold
Springs, Texas, who suffered off and
on for twelve months with a disorder
of his bowols, and finally, after al
most giving up in despair, was cured
by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. No ono need
suffer from colic or diarrhoea, for
this remedy always gives prompt re
lief. For sale by JOHN PREUSS.
PLUM' ING SUPPLIES
One Hundred Dol
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and have no extra ex
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