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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST
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DUY YOUR CLOTHING of a house on which you can
depend a house that stands back of every transaction
with a guarantee a house with a reputation for selling the best
Such a determination will bring you here
Wool Is Wool Here
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I J. L. BOWMAN,
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I Streamer Wiihelmma
J. CIIAS. THOSI, Owner.
X Sails from Coos Bay every Slonday for Bandon and Coquille
j4 River Points, at service of tide. Freight only. For full Informa-
f tlon inquire
1 H. W. SKINNER, Gen'I Agt.
X PHONE III MARSHFIELD, ORE.
i. J. E. WALSTROSI, Agent. GEO. T. SIOULTON, Agent.
J, ntndon, Ore. Coquille, Ore.
.Apfr fr i 'tI't t't'l)'?'t'','l,l'
HIGH GRADE MEATS
the delicious taste and flavor that goes with every piece of meat we sell.
All our meats are the choicest - e can produce.
R. H. Noble The CITY MARKETPhone 1941
Front, and C Streets, Marshfield, Oregon
tt Our list of the best the market .'$
jj Radishes, . . 5 cents per bunch
Turnips Be per bunch j
I Rccts, Sc per, bunch ?
V Carrots 5c per bunch
Cnbbagc Sc per lb
Rhubarb 5c per lb
jj Pens 5c per lb it
& Rcans 10c per lb jj
Apples 4c per lb
New Spuds 2c per lb V
Plums 5c per lb
Lemons 25c per doz.
it Limes 10c per doz.
or 2 heads for 25c
it Cucumbers 7c per lb
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SIANGAN'S NEW UNDBRTAK
PARLORS. Just moved into mew build
ing n South Broadway, two
blocks soutk of 'C street,
where a fine chapel has been
A full line of caskets, cou
ches, robes and funeral sup
plies In general.
Licensed embalmer with
Telephones: Office 2161
Are you looking for a place to get
your clothes tended to?
Opposito Haines Music Store
on 'C Street.
P. P. BRYAN, Prop.
TH0MAS0N & HANSON
'Hay Grain and Feed'
Free Delivery Phone 1751
OFFICE, Room'214 Coos Bldg.
Phone, Marshflald 814.
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The odor of good roust beef, however
appetizing, can onlv be suggestive of
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!l DON'T WORRY
Whether at Summer Homo
. . or Camp, send it to us nml
,, you may Join uie "iionx
;; AVorry Club" at once. It will
come bnc); to you clean, pure
I and in perfect condition as a
result of our modern methods.
PHONE NO. 571.
There is no need of anyone suffer
ing long with this disease, for to
effect a quick cure it is only neces
sary to take a few doses of
In fact, in most cases one dose is
sufficient. It never fails and can be
relied upon in the meat severe and
dangerous cases. It is equally val
uable for children and is the means
of saving the lives of many children
In the world's history no medicine
has ever met with greater success.
mice 25c wm size ggc
The steamship City of Panama will
leave Slarshfleld for SAN FRAN
CISCO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8. For
freight or passage apply at Break
water dock, L. W. Shaw, agent.
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WANTED Girl to do housework.
Apply AV Times ofllco.
COOK WANTED Slust be baker
also. Enquire at Times office.
WANTED To lease a farin for next
year, with option to buy. Address
'F' care Times.
FOUR Furnished rooms for house
keeping. Close in, $20. Enquire
Curry's Barber Shop.
FOR RENT 3-room suite. Inquire
first house north of Slarble AVorks.
FOR SALE Fairy Floss candy ma
chine, almost new. For terms
write Getto & Collier, Coquille, Or.
FOR SALE Good skiff. Cheap If
sold at once. 'F. Boden, AVest
AVANTED Stan to act as solicitor
in Coos county. Good pay to right
man. Address 'S' care Times.
FOR RENT Four 5-room flats in
the O'Conuell building on 'A'
street. Apply Hall & Hall.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
The common council of the city of
Slarshfleld, Coos county, Oregon, will
receive sealed bids up until 8 o'clock
p. m., Friday, August 14, 1908, for
the Improvement of the portions of
streets in the city of Slarshfleld, as
given below, according to the plans
and specifications therefor prepared
by the city engineer and filed In the
office of the recorder and open to
the Inspection of all persons interest
'B' street from the west line of
Fifth street to a point 42 feet west
of the east lino of Seventh street.
Seventh street from a point 18 feet
south of the north line B' street
to a point 18 feet south of the north
line of Prospect avenue.
Prospect avenue from a point 18
feet east of the west lino of Seventh
street to the center line of Davidson
Chestnut street from the north
line of Third street to the north line
of Prosper street.
Bids will bo considered separately
for the grading and for the wood
work of each Improvement.
A certified check for at least 5 per
cent of the amount of each bid must
accompany same nnd tho council re
serves the right to reject any or all
Dated this 5th day of August, 1908
J. SI. UPTON,
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Notice is hereby given that tho
partnership horotoforo existing be
tween AA'aldo L. AA'aley and Hugh C.
Brown, both of Coos county, Oregon,
has this day been dissolved by mu-
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jiattte of the Town
"Little era Ins of fuct sifted from
; and down the town.
the chnff of gossip flying up
COOS IJAV TIDES.
The following tables glvo
hours of high and low tides
every day this week:
.HIGH AVATEltl A SI.
A. SI. I P. SI.
I h. m. I ft. i h. m.
. 71 1:35 0.71 1:09
. 8 2:44 O.ll 2:24
. 91 3:45-0.5 3:39
(By Associated Press.)
Fair tonight; Saturday, fair and
warmer in east portion; north
to west winds.
LOCAL TEMPERATURE RE
For twenty-four hours end
ing at 5 p. m., August 6, by Sirs.
E. Sllngus, special government
At 5 p. ni
At 5 p. m
Wind, Northwest; clear.
SIATHIS-LUDERS At Gardiner,
Or., Aug. 2, 1908, Jacob H. Sla
this and Lanora E. Luders, Rev. H.
G. SIcClain officiating.
Sisters of Slercy Visit Here. The
Sisters of Slercy at Slercy hospital in
North Bend, are entertaining five
Sisters of Slercy from Portland who
are on Coos Bay for a short vacation.
Has Leg Broken. August Hult
gren, a member of the crew of the
lighthouse tender, Heather, had his
leg badly broken yesterday. The
limb was fractured In two places and
the tibia crushed. He is at Slercy
Hospital at North Bend receiving
Riebe Getting Along AA'cll. Frank
Rlebe who was injured a few days
ago in an accident at the depot draw
bridge Is reported getting along nice
ly at his home in Eastside. Owing to
the fracture of his leg, it will be sev
eral weeks before he can get around.
Cup nml Saucer Shower. Sliss
Jennie Eickworth entertained a
number of young ladies at her home
from 2 to 5 o'clock yesterday after
noon in honor of Sliss Slary Berg
man, the event being a cup and sau
cer shower. A very pleasant time
AA'nlk Pino Lino Home. Thirteen
Slarshfleld people who attended the
dance at Simpson's Pavilion at North
Bend, last evening, had troubles of
their own coming home, probably on
account of the hoodoo "13." They
left North Bend about midnight and
something went wrong with the
launch. After floating around for
three or four hours, they Anally got
ashore and walked down, reaching
home about 5 o'clock.
Honor Coos Bay Slen. Geo. Teal
of Slarshfleld and Peter Loggie of
North Bend, have been named by
Gov. Chamberlain as tho Oregon
delegates to the Lakes-to-the-Gulf
AVaterway Convention which will be
held In Chicago October 7. An
nouncement of their selection Is con
tained In pres3 dispatches from Sa
lem. Their commissions will be for
warded to them later. Sir. Loggie
has enjoyed similar appointments at
the hands of Gov. Chamberlain In
Gets Picture of Dredge. D. Y.
Stafford today received a picture of
the new dredge which is to bo sent
to Coos shortly. The picture was
taken by his brother at Portland and
shows the dredge In working order,
being steamed and gaily painted. It
is expected that the test will be com
pleted and tho dredge ordered to
Coos Bay within a few days. Slajor
SIcIndoe who has charge of tho gov
ernment work In this section has ack
nowledged the receipt of letters from
the local banks notifying him that
funds are being held by them for his
tual consent, and that tho business
conducted by said partnership under
tho firm name and stylo of Coos Bay
Bedding and Upholstering Company,
will hereafter be carried on by said
Hugh C. Brown, and that all bills,
notes and accounts due said part
nership are payable to said Hugh C.
Brown, who Is personally liable for
and will pay all outstanding bills
against said partnership.
Dated at Slarshfleld, Coos county,
Oregon, this 25th day of July, 1908.
AVALDO L. AVALEY,
HUGH C. BROAVN.
ft. h. m.
Personal Notes j
W. C. BRADLEY has gone to San
Francisco on business.
C. F. SIcCOLLUSI returned today
from a business trip to Bandon.
SIRS. TIBBITTS of Sumner, spent to
day with friends in SInrshflold.
W. H. SCHROEDER of Coquille, has
been attending to business in
O. B. HINSDALE of Gardiner, spent
yesterday on Coos Bay on business
PETER SIIRRASOUL left today for
a short visit at his old home In
AV. C. BICKFORD of Daniels Creek,
left on the SI. F. Plant today for
MARTIN KERRIGAN, the well
known Libby pioneer spent tqday
with friends in Slarshfleld.
SIRS. T. SI. COLLVER of Catching
Inlet, is spending the day shopping
and visiting friends in Slarshfleld.
SUSS HENAHAN arrived here from
Seattle today for a few weeks visit
with her friend, Sliss Elizabeth
JOSEPH AVALLER of Portland, is
spending his vacation In Slarsh
fleld as the guest of his sister, Sirs.
F. SI. Rummell.
S. D. SIAGNES and wife, left this
morning via stage for their home
In San Francisco after a several
weeks stay on the Bay.
SIRS. FRED TUTTLE and baby, of
Bandon, are guests at the home of
Sirs. Tuttle's parents, Sir. and Sirs.
R. SI. AVieder in Slarshfleld.
FRANK HOUSLEY, formerly a resi
dent here but now a timber crui
ser for the state of AA'ashington,
is visiting friends on Coos Bay.
SIRS. J. LANDO of San Francisco,
who has been visiting at the homes
of her sons, I. and S. Lando in
Slarshfleld 'returned to her home
THE REV. AV. R. F. BROAVNE and
family returned yesterday from
"Camp Felicity," near Allegany
where they have been enjoying a
SIRS. GEO. E. KING, who has been
visiting at the home of her parents,
Sir. and Sirs. L. AV. Shaw, In
Slarshfleld for several weeks left
this morning for her home In Ber
keley. ARTHUR E. POLLEXFEN and wife,
of San Diego, are expected here In
a day or two for a short visit at
the home of AAr. S. Turpen and
with other relatives and friends on
E. POLLEXFEN, wno Is visiting at
the home of his daughter, Sirs. AV.
S. Turpen, left on the SI. F. Plant
for San Francisco on business. He
will return here later to complete
SUSS BEULAH AVALKER of this
city, went to Marshfield yesterday
afternoon to bo with her sister,
Sirs. H. J. Rice, whose little daugh
ter has been taken suddenly ill.
SIRS. SIANNON and daughter, of
Ohio, who have been guests at the
home of AVm. AVarwIck loft today
for southern California where they
wlll visit for a time beforo return
ing to their home.
SUSS JOTTIE AVATSON of Coqullle,'
passed through Slarshfleld this
week en route to AVinchester Bay
where she Joined Judge Hamilton's
family and other Rosoburg people
for a week's outing.
SELDEN AVARNER and wife, of
Slyrtle Point, were In Slarshfleld
this week In order that Sirs. AVar
ner might consult a specialist con
cerning her eyes which have been
troubling her for some time.
SIRS. PETERS and her daughter,
Sirs. Harry DImmick, who have
been visiting at the homo of Sirs.
AVulff In Ferndnlo, returned to San
Francisco today. Tlioy aro tho
mother and sister, respectively of
F. SI. FRIEDBERG and wlfo, havo
returned from a ton days visit In
tho Coquille Valloy and aro prepar
ing to shortly go to their summer
homo on South Coos River. Sirs.
P. L. Phelan of Slyrtlo Point, re
turned with them for a short visit
on tho Bay.
NORTH BEND NEWS
BORN To Sir. and Sirs. L. L.
Putman of North Bend, a fourtecn
pound son, on August 5. Sir. Put
man is a building contractor.
SIARRIED John Krlck and Sliss
Slinnlo Cutllp of Cnos River. The
wedding took place at the homo ot
the bride's parents, Sir. and Mrs.
Sirs. I. Freeland and daughter,
who have spent three weeks on Coos
Bay with relatives and friends, have
returned home to Gardiner.
The barkentlno Encore, which has
been loading at Porter, came down
to the North Bend mill where sh
will finish taking her cargo.
Dr. Bartle of North Bend, waa
called up Coos River to attend Sliss;
Anna Jacobsen who Is quite 111 with
tonsolltis. Sliss Jacobsen's mothor,
Sirs. John Hunter of North Bend,
was sent for.
The fire alarm was turned In at
Porter about 9:30 o'clock last night.
It was only a brush fire but It waa
quite near Reburg's Powder house.
The dance at the Simpson Pavilion
was handicapped for a short time by
the absence of some of the boys who
answered the alarm.
NEWS OF COQUILLE.
Events of Interest As Recorded In
BORN In Coquille, Oregon, July
29, 1908, to Sir. and Sirs. Thos. Lane,
Louis Lambo, an aged lnmato at
the county Infirmary, is lying very
low with little hopes of his recovery.
Sliss Inez Bunch, daughter of
School Superintendent Bunch, began
a term of school at Strang's a week
The City of Coquille received last
week two carloads of six-inch main
piping to be used in tho enlargtng
and extending their system to tho
north side of town. The line will
follow Henry street across the gulch.
Sir. Edward Sillier, secretary ot
the Oregon State railroad commis
sion, and family, passed through
town Slonday en route to Bridge,
where they will spend a few weoka
visiting with Sirs. Sllller's sister, Mrs.
Claude Nosier and family.
H. AV. Dunham who was at tho
throttle on the steamer Liberty last
Slonday sustained a severely bruised
foot while taking on slnbwood fuel
at Prosper. A large piece of wood
from the high dock came down end
wise striking his foot fracturing tho
bones In some of the toes.
E. B. Fish, of Bandon, was In Co
quille on Slonday. He Informed ua
that he had sold his Flshtrap farm
to S. Edwards, also of Bandon. Mr.
Fish and family will soon start out
on an extended camping trip which
will take them through Eastern Ore
gon and Idaho. They will probably
be gone eight months.
I. AV. Deyoe, of Slyrtlo Point, waa
in town Saturday on his way homo
from Bandon, having spont a very
successful week there selling town
lots and fishing. He and his son-ln-
law. E. N. Smith sold sixty lota In
their addition to Bandon. during tho
week, but wo will not try to describe
his operations among the finny trlbo
as It would sound fishy.
Sir. and Mrs. AV. T. Anderson, ot
Jackson county, Oregon, passed
through town Slonday on their way
to Bandon where they will visit a.
son-in-law and daughter, Sir. and
Sirs. F. SI. Hodges, of tho lower
river. Sir. Anderson Is an Oregon
pioneer, having como to the terri
tory In 1859. Ho Is suffering from
Inflammatory rheumatism which wo
hope will Improve with tho change.
All who aro Interested In the move
ment to secure lots and eventually
a building thereon to be used aa
Public Library, Gymnasium, Reading
Room, etc., will be gratified to learn
that tho entire sum of $500 necessary
to meet tho first payment on tho lota
purchased has been raised by tho
Library Association, through enter
tainments and subscriptions: tho
business men of tho town responding;
A big lot of machinery arrived
hero last week for tho Perry Veneer
Company, and Slossrs. Perry and
Rogers, of that firm wero also In
town at that tlmo In quest of a slto
for a factory. They returned to
Portland but left tho matter with
Frank Burk holder 'and ho Is at work
with good prospects that a slto will
bo securod In tho near future. This
Is an Ideal placo for a factory of that
kind and wo will bo pleased to sea
one established here.