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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, 01
WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1908.
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in a bank lies, first, In the ability and experience of Its officers,
"The men behind the gun;" second, Its board of directors-who ad
vlta with nnd direct the officers; and third, the Capital.
LIBERALITY In u bank is Its willingness to furnish funds to
depositors to assist them in carrying an their legitimate busi
ness. Our motto Is:
"STRONG AND LIBERAL" Look us up and If you find us de
serving, glvo ub your business.
First Trust and Savings Bank
OF COOS BAY
Capital Fully Paid $100,000.00
Officers mid Directors.
John S. Coke, Pres. William Grimes,
W. S. Chandler, S. C. Rogers,
Henry Sengstacken, Dr. C. W. Tower,
Dorsey Kreltzcr, cashier. Judge John F. Hall.
M. C. Horton, Vice
8 IMMEDIATE VICINITY
It is the policy of this bank to j
jx coinfinc its busincbS to tho im- E
H mediate vicinity. In following fj
this course 'the bank not only
enhances us own siuunuy, uui h
promotes the highest interest of a
tho community. ?
fIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
COOS BAY, Marshfield, Ore.
0. B. Hinsdale V. S. MeFarLuid
President Cashier S
John Piuesi R. T. Kaufman jjj
U Vine 1'ies. ami. uannier w
Steamer M. F. Plant
SAILS FOR SAN FRANCISCO, THURSDAY, JULY tfO.
No reservation held after tho arrival of tho shin unless ticket Is
F. S. DOW, Agent,
California and Oregon Coast Steamship Company
B. W. OLSON,
SAILS FROM PORTLAN D SATURDAYS, 8 P. M.
SAILS FROM COOS BAY TUESDAYS. AT SERVICE OF TIDE.
F. P. Baumgartner, Agt. H. W. Skinner Agt.
Couch St. Dock. Portland, Ore. Marahflnld. Ore., Phono 441.
Portland & Coos Bay S S. Line
CITY OF PANAMA
Sails from Portland Wednesday at 0 p. m.
Sails from Coos Bay Satu days at Service of Tide.
s. s. CZARINA
SAILS FOR SAX FRANCISCO, FRID AY NIGHT, JUNE 20, 1008.
J1 rt.nni'ivrt TMJinnilm A VTTk
uiniuinii i'iiniiviiix nm
L. W. Shaw, Agt.
Phone Main 34 - - !- -
SUNSET BAY STAGE
Leaves North Bend stables Monday, Wed
nesday and Fridays at 8 a. m. Returning at 4
p. m. Fare $1.50 round trip For Seats Apply
NORTH BEND STABLES - Phone 111
TH0WAS0N & HANSON
'Hay Grain and Feed'
Free Delivery Phono 17S1 T
iLive Wire Talk
We carry a complete lino of
up-to-date electrical fixtures.
Get our prices on wiring and
THE OREGON ELECTRICAL
Marshfield Phono 01
Hot Weather Drink:
MARSDEN'S LIQUOR nOUSE
For a Case.
pres. - manager.
Flanagan &. fcermett R&nk
i apitalHulJM'ritied $60,000
Capital Paid Vt 1 10,000
Undivided f'rofltf 1 15,000
I)oc a seiieral baiikliiE basinets aucl dram
on the iliiiik ol I tlt'cii-nia, San Kraiiclsr
Calif., FJrt National Hank I'ortKnd Or., Kirsl
National Bank lloseburR, Or., Hanover Na
tional Bank, New York, N. M. Rutin hi' A
Bon, Loudon, England .
Also bell change on nearly nil thu prim..,
cities of E"rope.
Accounts kept RUbJcct to check, ante deposi
took boxes for rent at 60 I'onts a month o
tb. a vcar
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
You car. BUY or SELL through
The Times "WANTS" with ease, dis
patch and profit try them.
A. St. Dock
MANGAN'S NEW UNDERTAK
PARLORS. Just moved into now build
ing on South Broadway, two
blocks south ' of 'C street,
where a fine chapel has been
X full line of caskets, cou
ches, robes and funeral sup
plies In general.
Licensed embalmer with
Telephones: Office 2161
Captain C. E. Edwards.
Leaves Allegany, dally at 7 a. m.
Returning Leaves Marshfield 2
For terms of charter, towing,
transportation or freight, apply on
C. B. EDWARDS, Owner.
DR. A. C. BURROUGHS
Chronic Diseases a Specialty.
Residence and olllce, eonicr 'C and
Second Streets, Murshllold.
11. GEORGE V. LESLIE
Graduate of American School of Osteopath!
Office Hours: 9 a. ui to4p m. Othor Hours b
Appointment. OlDce In Nasburg Moek '
Phono 1611. Marshfield, On
DR. GEO. 15. MIX
Physician and Surgcox
New Flanagan & Dennett Bank Bids
DR. J. W. INGRAM
IMlVflfoltin nnd flniAAii
Ofllco over Sengatacken's Dug Stor
Phones Ofllco 1621: Residence 78J
DR. A L. IIOUSEWORTH
Physicinn and Surgeon.
Ofllco second floor ot Flanagan anc
Bennett New Bank Building.
Residence, two blocks north ol
Crs'al Theater. Ofllce Phont
1431 Residence Phone 656.
MRS. NETTIE HOVEL
With E. W. Kamrneror Phone 1474
Francis H. Clarke Jacob M. Blaki
Lawrence A Llljequist
CLARKE, BLAKE &
United States Commissioner's Office
Trust Building. Marshfield, Ore
Office over Flanagan & Bennsti
Marshfield, . Oregoi
"OKH & COKE,
" Attorneys at Law.
MARSHFIELD TURKISH BAMIS
210-213 Coos Building.
Hours: Ladies, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
except Saturday Gents, 7 p.m. to
1 a.m., except Friday.
TURKISH BATH $1.00.
C. L. BUTTERFIELD, Prop.
1'Ii-st Trust A Savings Dank bldg-
OAKLEY & ARNOLD
Civil and Mechanical Engineers,
North Bend, Oregon.
CRIBBS & MASON
Coco Bay Monthly Bldg.
OFFICE, Room 214 Coos Bldg.
Phone, Marshfield 814.
Rooms and offices for rent Houses
for rept. Your property cared for
while you are away.
My commission Yery reasonable. Call
and see me. WM. WICKENS
R. ALBERT ABEL,
Contractor for Teaming of all klndr
ILIIELM G. HOLL,
Pianos tunad and repaired.
All work guaranteed.
With AT. K. Haince Music Co.
ABLE CLARE MILLIB
Italian and Goruk Diction.
Studio, Phone 511.
LTLMER A. TODD, Director
JLu Coos Bay Academy of Muric.
Voice, Piano. Pipe Organ. Harmony etc., Iron
beglnnirg to graduation. Singers coached It
tyle diction and interpretations, or opera
oratorio or concert work
New O'CounoU Building, Marshfield
ii- w rr. -l j
Cab call Serylce at any Hour
Oood Hereo ana Vehicles
HEISNER, MILLER & CO.
Livery, Feed nnd Snlo Stable.
Wood for Sale.
3d and 'A' Sts.jPhono 1201 Mrfld.
&IKaHFt' rtfi swy
WANTED A young r . ' wrrk b
WANTED Reliable yc . u." ?
is acquainted with Bn . .m tor
one day's work, good wages.
United Stores Company.
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, evening, July 24th. Suitable
rewaid offered for return to Times.
WANTED A girl for house work.
Phone 2271 or call at O K res
taurant. FOR SALE Restaurant and fixtures.
Address 'A' Times ofllce.
WANTED Plain sewing of all
kinds. Children's clothes a spe
cialty. Address P. O. Box 2 S3.
FOR SALE My steam peanut roast
er, a money maker. See me about
this. Come by Flanagan & Bennett
bank. JOHN S. HAYS.
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 further information, call on
Stutsman & Co., Real Estate.
FOR SALE The hull, boiler and en
gine of the steamer "Flyer." Ap
ply Simpson Lumber Co.
FOR RENT Four 5-room flats In
the O'Connell building on 'A'
street. Apply Hall & Hall.
DEFREE'S River Ranch Allegany
platted Into one and 5 aere tracts.
Make beautiful summer homes or
farms for profit. Conro Bros. &
Billings. Exclusive agents, Marfld.
$15.00 will buy you a CORNER
LOT 50x100 on level land at BAN
DON, near the Beach. See Ad In an
.. and ..
Mnv have their Laundry
done In approved style and
I delivered to boats at any
) time by sending it direct to
,: us. You will get it when
.: promised. That Is another
feature that will please you.
U "PROMPTNESS AND PER
FECTION" OUR MOTTO
A PHONE UO. 571
The Best Sight on Earth
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STATE LICENSED OPTICIAN OF ROSEBURG.
At Blanco Hotel, Monday and Tuesday, August 3 nnd 4.
At North Bend, Wednesday, August 5.
Q Will Uiano IV6'' ....-
TITLE GUARANTEE & ABSTRACT CO.
Phone 143 Henry Sengstacken, Mgr,
Tattle of the Town
.tittle Drains of fact Btfted from ?
v. chuff of gossip flying up
. " lo"" . town.
' -i- olio- .Mg tables give the
.' ' ol high and low tides for every
'..ay this week:
HIGH WATER A. M. P. M.
Monday. . 27 11:47 6.7
Tuesday. . 28 1:12 5.7
Wednesday 29 0:22 C.6 1:39 5.8
Thursday .30 0:55 G.3 2:07 5.9
Friday .. .31 1:29 6.1 2:31 6.0
LOW WATER A. M. I P. M.
Monday . .271 .6:041-0.9 6:11 3.2
Tuesday . .286:39-0.8 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
(By Associated Press.)
Fair tonight, Thursday
LOCAL TEMPERATURE RE-
For twenty-four hours end-
lng 5 p. m., July 28, by Mrs.
E. Mingus, special government
Maximum . . 66
At 5 p. m 64
Wind, Northwest"; clear.
Plant Due In. The M. F. Plant
was due in this morning from San
Francisco but had not been sighted
up to late this afternoon.
Change Agency. The North Bend
agency of the steamship Breakwater
has been changed to tho Davls
Entertains This Afternoon Mrs.
I. S. Kaufman Is entertaining a
number of ladies at her home this
Moved to Marshfield. P. Hennes
sy and family have removed from
Libby to their beautiful new home in
South Marshfleld where they are now
cosily and comfortably located.
Miss Gulovson Better. The many
friends of .Miss Edith Gulovson will
be gratified to learn that she is
rapidly recuperating from her recent
illness at Portland. While she is not
able to get around alone, her condi
tion permits her to be taken out.
Wed nt Coqullle. John S. Hayes
of Marshfleld, and Miss Alice Fox of
Minneapolis were married Monday at
Coqullle, the Rev. Mr. Gordon of the
Methodist Episcopal church, there of
ficiating. Mr. Hayes has been con
ducting a pop-corn stand at 'A' and
Surprised at Growth. H. Luttel,
a well-known progressive rancher of
the Coqullle valley residing near
Myrtle Point, came over to Coos Bay
yesterday for the first time in six
years and was amazed at the develop
ment of Marshfield and the suburbs.
He came to Coos Bay In 1888, but
moved to the ranch about seven
years ago. At the time of his last
visit, he said that Wm. Gamble's
May be impaired yes ruined
by poor or even poorly fitted
eye-glasses. What's the uso or
sense of wasting one's money to
your own hurt? Come to mo
and have your eyes examined In
a skillful manner and fitted with
glasses that are the best to bo
An Examination Costs Nothing
I I M
If glasses are not absolutely needed
you are not urged to buy.
A. S. HUEY
IIX'IV tuc u..w-. . is
home was about the only residence
on the site of the present North
Bend and ho would hardly beliere
that a city had developed there so
quickly. Ho went to North Bend to
look It over today. He says that
crops are good In the Coqullle Val
ley. Bank Stntt-nirut. The regular of
ficial statement of tho First Trust
and Savings bank appears elsewhere
In today's paper. It makes a show
ing that is gratifying to the frlend3
of that institution showing as it does
a gain of ?10,000 in deposits In sixty
days and a cash reserve on hand ot
72 per cent of the total deposits.
Committed to Asylum. Miss Ida
Livingston of Noith Bend, was yes
terday ordered committed to the Ore
gon state hospital for the insane.
She has been living with her father
who Is about eighty years old. Sho
had been committed twice to asylums
before coming to North Bend a few
Rnt Killing Goes On. The rat
killing in Marshfleld which was sti
mulated by Mayor E. E. Straw plac
ing a bounty of five cents each on
their tails In order to prevent pos
sible spread of plague from other
sections by the rodents goes merrily
on. Last night, Marshal Carter was
allowed ?3.50 for bounties paid by
him during the past few weeks. In
all about $30.00 has been paid as
bounty on the rodents.
Camp Felicity. About a score of
Marshfleld and North Bend people
are enjoying a pleasant summer out
ing near Allegany where they have
pitched tents and named their habit
ation "Camp Felicity," which has
proved most appropriate as everyone
agrees ltlsamosthappyspot. Among
the members of the party are Rev.
W. R. F. Browne and family, Rov. A.
F. Lacey and family, Milo Sumner
and wife and father and mother, Ar
thur Drews, Nettle Wooley, Martha
Wooley, Mrs. Carter and family and
Mrs. L. J. Roberts of Myrtle Point,
and Frank Sumner.
MISS TRUTH TELLER.
She Should Not Necessarily Tell th
With so many people seemingly un
able to tell the truth, the very title of
a new book. "The Girl Who Couldn't
Tell a Lie," is refreshing. One wishes
to make her acquaintance. She would
be a gladsome oasis In many an arid
waste of lies.
Have you paused to think how many
people fall to connect with the truth?
Not that one advises wholesale truth
telling. Indeed, H Is only common de
cency to be silent, say, on the subject
of hanglnar when one member of the
party has had a relative hanged. A.
little tact will usually prevent one
from saying the rude thing. A very
good rule Is never to ask a question
TOiiinh in tho nnaworlnir may prove
unpleasant and never to make thought
less remarks which may make Bome
body unhappy, uncomfortable or down
In the end the heroine in the story
returns to her people, penniless nnd
broken spirited, crushed by the dis
covery that iu this hard and cynicaL
world the uncompromising truth teller
must pay the price of her heroic, vir
tue. Poor Pauline! One feels to whisper
to her that It really Is unnecessary,
even unwise, to tell unpleasant truths.
Only a goose girl would tell a fond
and rich. Uichelor uncle her unvarnish
ed opinion of him.
How to finish tho coflnr of a lingerie
blouse Is a troublesome question .for
some women. Fine ruchlng runs into
mouey if one keeps It always fresh
and dainty. The lace edge commonly
seen Is apt to droop over and look un
tidy. Here Is one way a fashionable
dressmaker solves the difficulty. She
makes a close box plaiting of very nar
row lace. It la as snug and keeps Its
nlace as well as a soft crepe llsse ruche.
There Is none of the falling over ot
the ordinary lace edge. It is a dainty
finish in harmony with tho blouse,
especially If it Is lace trimmed, nnd it
Is not expensive. If you buy your
blouses ready made, Just get a bit of
very narrow Valenciennes, plait it in
and see what a dainty, pretty finish
A pretty cord bolder is mnde with a
large piece of heavy cardboard, with
the three points Joined at tno top to
form a triangle shaped receptacle that
will hold a ball of cord. Make a hole
In the bottom of the box nnd draw the
end of the cord through. Fasten the
sides together with little bows of baby
ribbon and tie nt tho top with baby
ribbon. Next to leather Itself, nothing Is more
useful for covering shirt waist and
other utility boxes than burlap. Then,
too, if tho color selected harmonizes
with the color schemo of the room it
combines beauty with usefulness. The
edges of the box should bo finished off
with linen bruld of the color of the
burlap and held In place by button
tacks. Both the braid and the tacks
may be bought of nuy upholsterer or
In any drapery department of any gen
eral furnishing store. Burlap can be
used with splendid effect for portieres
where au Inoxpeuslvo yet attractive
material Is desired. A running sten
ciled deslgu around the bottom nnd up
the sides would give the needed dec
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