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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIM ES, MAnSHFIELD, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1908.
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hand out boquets to the fellow
who does things the same or as
well as other people
It is necessary to climb above
the level of the crowd to win
laurels This is the way we have
built up our reputation for selling
Such Excellent Clobhes
Whether a $J0 Suit or a $30 suit or any
price between, you'll find our clothes way
above the plane of suits usually sold at the
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Tattle of the Town
Little grains of fact sifted from
' a i;d down the town.
tlio chaff of gossip flying up
Personal Notes i
L. D. SMITH of Daniels Creek, is In
Marshfleld on business.
COOS BAY TIDES.
The following tables glvo
hours of high and low tides
ovury day this week:
HIGH WATER A. M. P. SI.
Date h. m. ft. h. m. ft.
Tuesday . .18 5:05 C.l 5:12 6.6
Wednesday 19 6:22 4.6 6:10 0.4
Thursday . 20 7:43 4.5 7:12 6.3
Friday . . 21 9:03 4.7 8:17 6.3
Saturday . 22 10:03 5.0 9:17 6.3
SUNDAY . 23 10:Gf 5.3 10:07 6.4
LOW WATERI A. M. I P. M.
Date. I h. ni. ft. i h. m.l ft.
Tuesday 18 10:57 2.1
Wednesday 19 0:04 0.7
Wednesday 1911:57 2.S
ihursday . 20 1:14 0.G 1:05 3.3
Friday . . 21 2:23 0.4 2:19 3.4
Saturday . 22 3:24 0.0 3:27 3.4
SUNDAY . 23 4:14 -0.2 4:25 3.2
(By Associated Press.)
Fair tonight and Saturday.
Men's and Boys Outfitters
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MILL TO MAN CLOTHIERS
J. W bOWMAN, Prop. GEO. R.OTNOH, Mgr.
LOCAL TEMPERATURE RE
PORT. For twenty-four hours end
ing 5 p. in., August 20, by Mrs.
E. Mingus, special government
At 5 p. m 57
WinU, Northwest; cloudy.
$ ..fr. ft fr
In a hank lies, 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, the Capital.
LIBBRALITY In a bank Is its willingness to furnish funds to
depositors to assist them In carrying on their legitimate busi
ness. Our motto Is:
"STRONG AND LIBERAL" Look us up and if you find us de
serving, glvo us your business.
First Trust and Savings Rank
OF COOS BAY
Capital Fully Paid $100,000.00
Officers and Directors.
Rfaslers and Mclain
General Contract r's Baillln
Beaver Hill Coal
Office: Broodyay & Queen 5t
Phones 2M1 - 826
v Breakfast Foods
! Eighteen year's experience has '
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IT lUUgUb U9 111ULLU iaiU
John S. Coke, Pres.
W. S. Chandler,
Dorsey Kreitzer, cashier.
S. C. Rogers,
Dr. C. W. Tower,
' Judge John F. Hall.
M. C. Horton, Vice pres.-manager.
I Flanagan & Bennett Bank I
Paid Up ( npltal and Undivided Profits 75,000
Assets Over Half Million Dollars.
Does a general banking business and draws on the Bank of Cali
fornia, San Francisco, Cal First National Bank, Portland, Ore.,
First National Bank, Roseburg, Ore., Hanover National Bank, New
York, N. M. Rothchlld & Son, London, England.
Also sell exchange on nearly all the principal cities of Europe.
Accounts kept subject to check, safe deposit lock boxes for rent
at GO cents a 'month or $5 a year.
t INTEREST PXlD ON TIME DEPOSITS
44444 $4 4'4
our time and do our work
L. J. POST
Contractor mid Builder.
i Prices consistent with best work
PARKSIDE POULTRY RANCH
JOHN W. KING, Prop.
Eggs from thoroughbred Buff
Orpington chickens for sale
$1.50 to .$5.00 for setting of 15.
BANK OFCOOS BAY
John Pruss , - , Vice Pres.
W. Sf McVarland - Cashier
R. L. Kauffman, Asst. Cash.
WE ISSUE DRAFTS AY
ABLE IN OTHER- COUN
TRIES. WHENEVER YOU
HAVE OCCASION TO SEND
MONEY TO FOREIGN
LANDS IT WILL PAY YOU
TO SEND IT THROUGH THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
SIANGAN'S NRW UNDERTAK
PARLORS. Just moved Into new build
ing on South Broadway, two
blocks south 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
We have the most complete
lino of breakfast foods on the
Hercules AVIieat Flakes
Columbia Oat Flukes
Olynijiia Wheat Hearts
Post TonMies Force
Cream of Wheat Gernica
Tarliia Violet Whont
Shredcd Wheat Biscuits
Always lu stock nt
C. W. WOLCOTT
THE FAMILY GROCER
Raises Big Hog. Chas. Selander
of Sumner marketed a porker, weigh
ing 437 pounds here the other day.
The hog was purchased by R. II.
Noble's meat market and is said to
have been the largest recently seen
on the local market.
SIMON ERICKSON of North Lake,
Ten Mile, Is in Marshfleld on business.
Back to Coos County. Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Pullen, formerly of North
Bend, who had been at their old
homo in Wallowa county visiting
since July 4th, returned Friday and
proceeded to Bandon. They will re
locate at some point in Coos.
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Makes Statement. E. W. Hend
ricks, the architect, has made a sta
tement for The Times concerning the
new building ordinance of Marsh
fleld which will be of much interest.
Owing to lack of space, it cannot be
published today but will bo In Sat
FOR SALE Good Oliver typewriter.
Pencils, pens, Ink, tablets and -writing pads, waste baskets,
stamp scales. Bates numbering machines, rubber stamps, carbon
paper. Ribbons and a complete lino of
NORTON & HANSEN
OPPOSITE BLANCO HOTEL
.. and ..
FOR SALE White, enamel iron bed
stead, gilt finish, nearly new. With
spring and mattress. Apply a
Mrs. Minnie Fisher, near school
WANTED Second-hand wooden
wat"r tank, not less than 1,000
gallons. Address, Box 92. Marsh
LOST 31ack and tan fringed blan
ket spmewhero between South
Slough ferry and Empire or
Marshfleld. Leave at Times offlco
and receive a suitable Teward.
Hot In Portlnnd. Passengers on
the Breakwater declaro that the
weather In Portland was unbearably
hot Wednesday. They wore swelter
ing until they got out to sea. Those
who had not been on Coos Bay be
fore were greatly surprised at the
remarkably delightful cool weather
they found here.
Inspects Wolverine. Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Haehnel of Marshfleld, came
over Saturday and visited Capt. WIN
lard of the Wolverine. Mr. Haehnol
was one of the builders of the Wol
verine, having worked from the time
the keel was laid till the boat was
completed. This was their first visit
to the river and they were highly
pleased with what they Baw. Co
FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT
Sophia Matson, South Marshfleld,
PLAIN sewing wanted to do at home.
I i WANTED use of piano for storage
May have . their Laundrv
8 dope in approved v.sfylo and
n '-delivered to b6qts - at any
i ytime oy sending it direct to
us. You will get- it '. when
promised-, That, Ja "another
foaturo that will please you.
SUNSET BAY STAGE
Leaves North Bend stables Monday, Wed
nesday and Fridays at 8 a. m. Returning at 4
p, mf Fare $1.50 round trip For Seats Apply
NORTH BEND STABLES - Phone 111
Bettor send this paper to a friend.
You can BUY or SELL through
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patch and profit try them,
FAIR CHORUS. Everybody ex
pected to be present Saturday. North
Bend High School at 1 p. m. Marsh
field High School at 3:30 p. m.
8 PnONE UO, 571
by responsible party,
Hunt In Curry County. Attorney
G. W. Coutts and Earl Coutts of
Pendleton, H. C. Averill of Bandon,
stationed at present with the life
saving service at Fort Canby, Wash,,
and Edgar F. Averill, telegraph
editor of the Pendloton East Orego-
nlan, came In on the Breakwater this
morning and left this afternoon for
Bandon and Curry county on a three
FOR RENT Furnished room with
or without board. S. S. Acklea,
FOR SALE CHEAP Marshfleld
Skating Rink building. Inqulro
D. L. Avery, owner.
FOR SALE Cadillac runabout auto
mobile. In first class condition,
new tires. A bargain; or wlllj ex
change for real estate. r Wm.
Wado, Coos Bay Iron Works,
FlOR SALE Oil barrels, scrap cop
per, tar and lamp black. Apply at
Marshfl.old office Tbo Coos Bay
Gas and Electric Company.
Use The Coos Bay Tlmea Want Ads
TH0MAS0N & HANSON
Hay Grain and Feed
Free Delivery Phone 1751 T
When you pay your subscription,
bo sure that you get your votes for
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FOR RENT Ranch, nine miles from
Marshfleld. Address R. McGinn,
FOR SALE Fairy Floss candy ma
chine, almost new. For terms
wrlto Getto & Collier, Coquille, Or,
FOR RENT Four S-room flats in
the O'Connell buildlag oa 'A'
street. Apply Hall & Hall.
Back to College. Jack Mereen
will leave today for San Francisco to
Tesumo his course at Leland Stanford
University which reopens the last of
the month. Messrs. Rutledgo and
Thelle of the baseball team will leavo
to reenter Stanford as soon as the
baseball season is over. Tom Ben
nett Is six months ahead of his clasH
and will not return until spring,
graduating In the class of '09.
JAMES KEANE, who Is visiting his
brother, Chas. Keane, at North.
Bend, spent yesterday In Marsh-field.
MISSES VIVIAN TAYLOR and May
Bennett went up South Coos River
today to spend a few days with,
R. L. EDWARDS writes that ho ex
pects to return to Coos Bay about
September to make his permanent
JUDGE JOHN F. HALL left this af
ternoon for Gold Beach to attend
the regular session of court in
W. G. McPHERSON of Portland, who
recently secured the contract for
Installing the heating apparatus in.
tho new high school, camo down
today, Mrs. McPherson accom
THE REV. FATHER E. DONNELLY,
who has been on a tour of eastern
cities and attending the annual re
treat of priests of this diocese at
Portland, returned today. He had
a very enjoyable trip.
E. P. FROST, who has been traveling:
in California for a number o
years is in Marshfleld to cover thla
torritory for the Baker-Hamilton
Company, which F. E. Hague for
merly represented in the Coos Bay
M. F. LOGAN arrived in town yes
terday and is busy renewing old
acquaintances and expects to spend
some time at Ten Mile before re
turning to Bandon. Mr. Logan ia
superintendent of the Cady Lum
ber Company of that place.
F. C. TRUE left this afternoon on.
the M. F. Plant for San Francisco
going thence to Avoca, la., where
he will spend a month or so at
his old home. A brother from
Spokane, Wash., who has been
visiting him here, accompanied
ELDER J. C. CLAPP, an old pioneer
of Oregon, and the west, arrived
on the Plant to spend a few weeks
a guest at the homo of his niece,
Mrs. James Barrie, and will visit
many old time friends. He left
today on a brief trip to Myrtio
Point to see some old friends
MRS. R. F. STREET and baby, re
turned last night from a tea
week's visit at Mrs. Street's old
homo in Salem, Ohio. They woro
accompanied back by Mrs. Streot'a
sister, Miss Piatt, who will spend
considerable time on the Bay.
They had a line trip and a very en
DR. and MRS. SMIT.H of Portland,
arrived here today to visit friends.
Dr. Smith, who is a member of tho
Oregon legislature and has taken,
a prominent part in state politics
as well as in movements tp develop
the state will aisp take part In tho
Oregon-Idaho Development Con
gress here, August 24 and 25.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS ATTEN
TION. Myrtle Lodge No. 3 will Join with
the North Bond 16dgo at North Bend
Monday, August 24, to meet tho
Grand Chancellor. All Knights of
Pythias are requested to meet at
Kelly's landing Monday evening at
7:30 p. m. sharp.
By order of tho C. C.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids for tho construction of
a school house In District No. 85, will
ho recolved by Mrs. W. F. Squire,
clerk, up to 8 p. m., Saturday, August
22. Specifications may bo seen at of
flco of J. D. McNeil, Coos building.
T. J. LEWIS returned today front
Seattlq, Wash., whqre ho has been
attending the national cpnventlort
of the FrntornaJ Order of Eaglps.
While tho Eagles have the reputa
tion of flying high and alwayo
having a gpod time, Mr. Lewis
says that they surpassed aU pre
vious records at tho national gath
ering this year.
AT THE THEATRE.
Last night Miss Harper and Com
pany produced "Magda" at the Ma
sonic Opera House. From an artis
tic point of view it was one of tho
strbn'gest dramatic performances
over seen there and held the au
dience In close attention. Miss Har
per as "Magda" gavo a performance
rarely seen outside of the largo
cities, her acting was perfect, and
her dressing beautiful. J. O. Harper
as the father fif Magda, was power
ful and convincing. Joseph Detrlck
mado an ideal pastdr and the bal
ance of tho company were excellent
In their respective parts. A grand
scenic production will bo tho offer
ing for tonight entitled, "Quo
Vadls," tho play Is In six acts. Each
one being sot with tho company's
special scenery. "Tho Little Minis
tor" will bo tho play of Saturday