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The daily coos bay times, marshfield, oregon, Saturday, august 1, 1908.
In a bank Meg, first, In the ability and experience of Its officers,
"The men behind the gun;" second, Its board of directors who ad
vise with and direct the officers; and third, tho Capital.
LIHKRAL1TY In a bank Is Its willingness to furnish funds to
depositors to assist them in carrying on their legitlmato busi
ness. Our motto is:
"STRONG AND LIBERAL" Look us lip and If you find ub de
serving, give us your business.
First Trust and Savings Bank
OF COOS BAY
Capital Fully Paid $ 100,000.00
John S. Coke, Pros.
W. S. Chandler,
Dorsey Kroltzer, cashier
a M. C. Ilorton, vice
!i IMMEDIATE VICINITY 8
It is tho policy of this bank to
coinilne its business to tho im
mediate vicinity. In following
this course tlio bank not only
Anliniircs its own stability, but
promotes the highest interest of
the community. .'
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
COOS BAY, Marshfield, Ore. jj
0. B. HiiiPilalo W. S. MeFnrland h
President Cashier H
John Pruess It. T. Kaufman
Vice Pres. Asst. CftHliier V,
Steamer M. F. Plant
SAILS FOR SAN FRANCISCO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7.
No reservation held ufter the nrrivnl of the bhip unless ticket Is
F. S. DOW, Agent,
California and Oregon Coast Steamship Company
B. W. OLSON. Master.
COO S BAY AND PORTLAND
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. Mar ah Hold. Ore., Phone 441.
Portland & Coos Bay S S. Line
CITY OF PANAMA
Sails from Portland Wednesday at 8 p. m.
Sails from Coos Bay Satu days at Service of Tide.
S. S. CZARINA
SAILS FOR SAN FRANCISCO, FRD3 AY NIGHT, JUNE 20, J 008.
CARRYING FREIGHT AND COMBUSTIBLES ONLY.
L. W. Shaw, Agt.
Phone Main 34 - - - A. St. Dock
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
TH0MAS0N & HANSON
'Hay Grain and Feed'
Free Delivery Phono 1761
Live Wire Talk
Wo carry a comploto lino of
up-to-date electrical fixtures.
Get our prices on wiring nnd
tup nnrrnu cicrTDIPAI Kj
Marshfield rhono 01
Hot Weather Drink:
MARSDEN'S LIQUOR nOUSD
For a Case
S. C. Rogers,
Dr. C. W. Tower,
Judge John P. Hall.
pres. - manager
Flanagan &. Bennett Bant
Capmil Hiihscrihed IWUOO
Ctipital I'uld Up (40,000
Undivided I'rnflth J15.O00
lloci n general bnnkltiK bnslncbN and draw,
on the Hunk ol I nllfornla. Bnn Krfini'lM
Calif., First Nntlc mil Hank Portland Or., KirM
National Hank Kosoburg, Or , Hanover Na
tlonal Bank, New York, N. M Kolhuh
Son, London. England
Also bell change on ncarlj all the prlnc.,.
cities of K rope
Accounts kept subject to check, eafo depot!
lockboxes fir rent at JO cents a month o
M a vear
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
You can BUY or SELL through
The Times "WANTS" with ease, dis
patch and profit try them.
MANGAN'S NW UNDMRTAK
rARLORS. Just Morad Into bow build
Ibb South Broadway, two
blocks soutk ef C streot,
where a flno chapel has ben
A full Has of caskets, cou
hos, robes and funeral sup
plies in general.
Licensed ombalmer 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 oflleo, corner 'C anil
Second Streets, Mnrshflold.
R. GEORGE W. LESLIE
Graduato of American School of Osteopath)
OfUce Hours: 9 a. in to 4 p. m. Other Hours b
Appointment. Office In Nnsburg Block
Phone 1611. Marshfield, Ore
DR. GEO. E. DIX
Physician nnd Surgeon
New Flanagan & Bennett Bank Bldg
"pV It. J. W. INGRAM
S Physician nnd Surgeon.
Ofllco over Sengstacken's Dug Stor
Phones Office- 1021; Residence 78J
DR. A. L. HOUSEWORTH
Physlclnn nnd Surgeon.
Office second floor of Flanagan and
Bennett New Bank Building.
ItCbiJcnce, two blocks north 01
Crystal Theatar. Office Phom
1-431 Residence Phono 656.
RS. NETTIE HOVEL
With E. W. Kammerer Phone 1474
Francis H. Clarke Jacob M. lilak.
Lawrence A. Llljequlst
TiARKE, BLAKE &
United States Commissioner's Officr
Trust Building. Marshfield, Ore
. W. RENNETT,
Office over Flanagan & Bonnet
Marshfield, - Orejo
OKE Ai COKE,
- Attorneys at Law.
MARSHFIELD TURKISH BATHS
210-213 Coos Building.
Hours: Ladles, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
except Saturday Gents, 7 p.m. to
1 a.m., except Friday.
TURKISH BATH J 1.00.
C. L. BUTTERFIELD, Prop.
A 1.14 A.
Tirst Trim Savings Bank bldg
. MAKSIIPIKLD, OUE.
OAKLEY & ARNOLD
Civil and Mechanical Engineers,
North Bend, Oregon.
CRIBBS & MASON
Coos Bay Monthly Bldg.
OFFICE, Room 214 Coos Bldg.
Phone, Marshfield 814.
Rooms and offices for rent House
for rent. Tour property cared for
while you are away.
My commission very reasonable. Call
and see me. WM. WICKENS
R. ALBERT ABEL,
Contractor for Teaming of all kind
ILHELM G. nOLL,
Hanoa tuned and repaired.
All work guaranteed.
With W. n. HaiHce Music Co.
ABLB OLARM MILLIS
Italian and Gerntam Dlctlom.
Studio, Phoae 511.
ELMBR A. TODD, Director
Coo Bay AeaJexay of Mute.
Voice, Flano. Pipe Organ, narmony ete., from
bejlnnlrg to graduation. Bingtri coatbad to
aijle diction and interpretation!, lor opera
oratorio or concert work
Now O'Connell Building, Marshfield
HAKSEEJN'P LIQUOR iittk
Cab' a" t .ov "...
Good Hereo ana Vehicles
IIEISNER, MILLER & CO.
Livery, Feed nnd Sale Stable.
Wood for Sale.
3d and 'A' Sts. Phono 1201 Mrfld.
I'LL BE FORGOT"
"In Six or Seven Years the
Feeling Will Be Very Differ
ent," He Tells Artist.
LONDON, July 31. Philip E.
Lazzlo, tho famous Hungarian artist
who recently painted a portrait of
King Edward and still more recently
one of President Roosevelt, has given
to tho Pall Mail Gazette some inter
esting details of his experiences at
the White House in Washington.
Lazzlo seems to have been im
pressed most of all with Mr. Roose
velt's great love for his wife. "No
thing could he more touching," the
artist declares, at the outset of his
During one of the sitting Lazzlo
asked tho President what he intends
to do when his term of office ex
pires. The President said "impossible!"
to a suggestion that he might enter
the Sonate adding:
"I think the people will forget me.
The spirit of the American Nation
changes from day to day. In six or
seven years the feeling will be very
different from what itjs today. I
shall have been forgotten, although
I shall never change."
Before leaving London for Wash
ington the artist was told by King
Edward that he was going to "paint
one of the most interesting men of
the twentieth century."
The President was greatly inter
ested in Lazzlo's acounts of the King,
whose tact Mr. Roosevelt praised,
saying that Edward VII, is the great
est of all diplomats, accomplishing
great things in his unostentatlouu
visits to foreign capitals.
The steamship City of Panama will
leave Marshfield for SAN FRAN
CISCO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8. For
freight or passage apply at Break
water dock, L. W. Shaw, agent.
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.
Will make regular visits hereafter Work guaranteed.
Apply to Secretary of the
Coos and Curry Coimties District Fair Association
for space for your displays and exhibits at the Fair
Grounds, Every manufacturer and merchant should
have an exhibit and assist in making the fair a big
success. Send your applications to GEO. W. CARLET0N,
Office in First Trust & Savings Bank Bldg. Secretary,
TITLE GUARANTEE & ABSTRACT CO.
Phone 143 Henry Sengstacken, Mgr.
CULLINGS OF COQUILLE.
Items of Interest nt Coos County
Seat n.s Told by The Sentinel.
BORN To Mr. and Mrs. Thos.
Lane of this city, July 30, an 8
F. F. Swearingen of this city has
purchased a half interest with Capt.
O. R. Wlllard in the Wolverine.
Word reached this city Wednes
day of tho burning of the residence
of Arthur Coach on Lampa Creek.
W. C. Chase has the lumber on
tho ground for hia new residence at
the corner of Hall and Third streets.
The carpenters will start work about
the middle of August.
Marshal Hoborg and a force of
men have commenced work on re
laying the new six-inch water main
from the southwest corner of the
courthouse to the' northern part of
Wednesday of this week Chas.
Fox received his appointment as surf
man at the Coquille river station,
and to report for duty July 31st.
Mr. Fox's percentage at the examin
ation was high, being 97 80-100.
Rev. John Thomas and his wife,
leave this week for Bandon where
they will make their future home.
Mr. Thomas and wife have made
many friends while they have been
residents of this city, and we wish
them succes In their new home.
J. P. Easter of Ashland arrived
in tho city Monday for a month's
visit with his sister, Mrs. M. O.
Hooton, and family. The gentleman
will be remembered by the older
residents as ho practiced medicine
in this city about ten years ago. He
notes many changes in the time that
he has been absent from Coquille.
Eighteen year's experience has
taught us a motto "Take
our time and do our work
L. J. POST
Contractor and Builder.
Prices consistent with best work
May he impaired yes ruined
by poor or even poorly fitted
eye-glasses. What's tho use or
sense of wasting one's money to
your own hurt? Come to me
and have your eyes examined in
a skillful manner and fitted with
glasses that are tho best to bo
An Examination Costs Nothing
If glasses are not absolutely needed
you are not urged to buy.
A. S. HUEY
This splendid weather
makes every ono long for the
woodB, its shady nooks and
streams. Your Vacation will
prove monotonous without a
few new books and magazines,
wo havo a complete lino to
Strange Little Insect Is Making
Victims Too Lazy to
MT. VERNON, N. Y., July 31.
How would you like to have "tho
lazy disease," now that tho thermo
meter is hovering about 90 degrees?
Its first symptom is a distaste for
work. The victim gets that "tired
feeling," and gets it badly. Ho
doesn't want to do anything but Just
sit around and rest. Finally ho bo
comes unable to move hand or foot.
There Is little discomfort. Ono
Just lazies along until one day ho
fiinds It altogether too much trouble
to keep on breathing and ho shuffles
off this mortal coil without a sigh
of regret. It's an easy finish.
A littlo hookworm, which gets Into
the blood and feeds upon tho red
corpuscles, causes tho trouble. It's a
busy little worm and multiplies with,
A peculiar feature of the diseaso
is that in its advanced stage it leaves
tho patient's flesh almost wax-like In
The disease is practically unknown
In the United States. The physicians
call it uclnarlosis, and talk of, it in
seven-syllabled words. But down in
Brazil, where it Is almost epidemic,
in some localities, it's plain "lazy dis
ease." Five In One Family. '"
Guiseppe Mascla, an Italian who
came here some months ago from,
Brnzil, has developed the disease.
Four of his ten children have it rilso.
The health authorities have takostv
the family in charge and isolated,
them in tents at Mt. Vernon hospital.
Mascla Is a shoemaker. He open
ed up a little shop, but he Just could
n't work. Customers came In and
protested, but Mascla only shrugged
his shoulders. It was too much,
trouble to argue. He would do tho
work, but ho must have time.
His children worked in tho factor
ies. They couldn't keep up with,
their fellow workers, but it wasn't
their fault. Their hands were heavy,
their feet leaden. Finally they lost
When Mascla went to a .physician
his case puzzled the man of medicine.
The usual remedies failed. Finally
Dr. L. B. Goldhorn, a pathologist
who had become familiar with tho
"lazy disease" while studying in Ger
many, was called into consultation.
He mado an examination of tha
blood of each member of tho family.
Each sample showed the prnsence ot
tho pestiferous, little, blood-thirsty
hookwork. Tho health authorities
took action Immediately.
Although the Mascla children
mingled freely with the littlo ones
of tho neighborhood it is not believ
ed serious results will follow. In
Brazil the contagion usually come3
from an Infected water supply. This
is not feared here.
Tho United States quarantine offi
cials are Interested in the case. It
may be that the family will bo deported.
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COOS BAY, ROSEBURG & EAST
ERN RAILROAD & NAVIGATION
TIME TABLE NO. 3.
In effect July 20, 1008. Daily excep
No. 3. No. 1.
South P. M. A. M.
Marshfield . . Lv. 2.00 Lt. 8.00
Southport . . . . . 2.-25 8.1
Summit 10.20 5.25
Junction 2.45 8.30
Beaver Hill .... .... ....
Coqullla 3.10 8.45
Johnsons 3.20 8.50
Schroeders . ... 3.27 8.55
Norway 3.35 9.0B
Myrtle Point . ...Ar. 3.45 Ar. 9.15
No. 2. No. 4,
North A. M. P. M.
Marshfield Ar.10.46 Ar. 6.00
Southport 10.30 6.40
Summit 10.20 5.25
Junction 10.15 5.15
Boavtr Hill ....
Coquille 10.00 5.00
Johnsons 9,50 4.30
Schroodera . ... 9.4S 4.20
Norway 9.40 4.10
Myrtle Point . . . .Lv. 9.30 Lv. 4.00
Flag station; stop on signal only.
W. F. MILLER, Agent.
Masters and McLain I
General Contractor's Buildin
Beaver Hill Coal
Office: Broadway & Queen St
Phones 2011 - 826
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