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THE COOS BAY TIMES. MARShFIELD, OREGON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1909 -EVENING EDITION
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Father Donnelly In Interview
At Portland Discusses His
The Portland Telegram says:
"Father Edward Donnelly, of Coin
Bay, one of the most vigorous mem
bers of the Catholic clergy of Ore
gon, has been In Portland a Io"v
dayB in the interests of the great
work he has been doing for his
church and people in his present
field. Under his leadership a splen
did new hospital has been built c.t
Coos Bay, and he declares that hH
people will soon have a fine new
church and a Catholic school, bo h
of which are badly needed to Itaon
pace with the progress the church
of his faith has been making in that
rapidly growing district.
"Not only Is the outlook. very
promising In a religious way down
our way," said Father Donnelly,
"but I believe a new era of progress
and prosperity Is dawning for the
entire Coos Bay country. The peo
ple there, almost to a man, seem to
be imbued with indomitable energy
to go ahead, not only to keep pace
with natural growth and progress,
but to lead the procession. We
needed a new and modern hotel, and
that need is soon to be met with
one of the handsomest structures in
tho Northwest';' It will bo almost an
exact replica of the Cornelius In
Portland. The outlook In tho lum
ber industry was never better, and
the same" might be said in almost
every Industrial line in which Coos
Bay Is developing."
Father Donnelly declared that the
Senator Tillman Incident in connec
tion with timber op-rations In South
ern Oregon Is bound to bo followed
with great Interest in his country,
Inasmuch as quite a number of his
personal friends and church people
have, from time to time, attempted
to enter lands included In the origl-
nal grant made by the Federal Gov
f ernmont to the Cooa Bay Wagon
Road Company, nnd on which Sen
ator Tillman Is alleged to have filed
applications, but that they have al
ways bumped up against tho fact that
tho ontlro trnct Is involved In litiga
tion, tho effect of which Is to keep
the title under a cloud.
"I havo no information regarding
tho Tillman transaction," continued
the distinguished clergyman, "but I
know that our people are deeply in
terested in having somo sort of a
ilnal adjudication brought about
which will enable citizens to secure
some of this land. It Is common
knowledgo that th6 land, Included
In this grnnt, which embraces about
100,000 acres, Is extromoly desir
able." BRIEFS OF BANDON.
News of Clty-ny.Tlie.Sen As Itccortl
'(! In The Recorder.
Mrs.iR, A. Moran 1ms entered Bult
against Coos county to recover dam
ages for hor husband Robert A.
Moran, who fell to his death from
the bridge on tho county road, by
tho Oriental hall last October. Mrs.
Mornn will nsk for tho full amount
allowed by tho state In such cases.
Her nttorncy, A. J. Sherwood has
taken tho mntter up, and tho enso
will probably come up for honrlng
nt tho next term of court.
Lnst Saturday ns tho Wolverine
pulled up t tho landing at Rocky
Point to take on a couplo of passen
gers tho Coqullle was following her
closely nnd being caught In tho cur
rent of tho river, hutted Into tho
stern of tho Wolvorino before Capt.
White could stop hor. Tho Wol
verlno was Imdly damaged but just
to what extent will not bo known
until tho matter Is adjusted. Tho
Coqulllo River Transportation Com
pany nnd Cnptnln Wlllnrd hnvo
ngreod to arbitrate and each will se
lect n man and theso two will choose
n third who will assess tlio damages,
and tho ninttor will bo settled.
W. W. Foster, of San Francisco,
orlslnntor of tho Goldon State
Creamery Co., hns purehnsod tho In
torost of Carl Nelson, also of San
Francisco, In tho Bandon cronniory
nnd 'Mr. Foster and Mr. Green, who
huvo boon iissoolatod with tho com
pany for somo (linn, are now tho
ownors of tho local plant.
GerMtuj cough syrup for colds and
couulm at tho RED CROSS,
New Home SEWIVG .MWIIINKS
aud NecdliB AT MILNKR'S.
NORTH BEND NEWS I
Mrs. Oscar Ohman of North Inlet,
Is visiting friends and shopping to-
Mrs. Ogren and daughter, Miss
Ellen of Marshfleld, were shopping
In North Bend yesterday.
Misses Flo and Molly Fahy and
their brother, Frank Fahy who Is
cashier in the bank at Bandon, came
over to North Bend yesterday. Mis3
Flo will leave on the Alliance for
Portland to visit her s.ster and other
The North Bend city council is to
meet tonight If a quorum can be se
cured. The most Important matter
to come is to adopt a system of
: bookkeeping for the recorder's of
fice and also to fix salaries under
the new city charter.
NEWS OF COQUILLE.
Kents There As Told By The
Mrs. Yoakam, the seventh grade
teacher, Is on the sick list this week
and Miss Emma Sherwood is in
charge during her illness.
Tho Coqullle has been running a
short night shift the past week, a
large rush order for mining timber
from San Francisco necessitating
the extra work. The lumber was
shipped by the sailing Grace Dollar
which will sail from Coos Bay today.
Two baby cougars were brought
up on the Dispatch Monday for ship
ment to the Campbell Bros, circus.
They were caught by John Cheno
weth in Curry county last summer
and weie viewed by a great many
F. R. Molntosh, general manager
of the Standard Electric Company of
Bandon, a new concern recently
started at the city by the sea, was a
Coqullle visitor Thursday and paid
the Sentinel ofllce a pleasant call.
Ho was enrouto to Marshfleld on
business relating to new goods for
Prof. Frank B. Anderson and
wife arrived on tho Elizabeth last
Sunday from California and are now
stopping in Coqullle. Prof. Ander
son was for soveral years cashier
and accountant for the Pacific Lum
ber Company at Scotia, California,
one of the largest redwood mills in
Rev. Cleaves, pastor of tho M.
E. church South, who has. been con
fined to his bed for the past three
weeks from Bell's paralysis, is re
ported as improving slowly and
hopes to soon bo able to be out
agnlu. It Is not known as yet
whether or not there will bo any
lasting effects from the complaint,
which Is a partial paralysis of tho
muscles of tho face.
Lycurgus Lodge, No. 72, K. of P.
hold tho regular annual installation
of officers Tuesday evening. Sev-
leral visiting Knights and quite a
number of Invited guests were pres
ent nt the ceremonies. Tho follow-
,Ing officers wore Installed: M. O.
'Hiiwktns, C. C; W. B. Chapman, V.
C; W. L. Klstuer, M. W.; Robert R.
. WatFon, K. of R. S.; J. B. R. Shel-
ton, M. A.; Dave Lowe, I. G. After
I the installation a banquet was serv
ed to tho members nnd guests.
CHANGE IX SYSTEM.
Uiinitlllii Abolishes Fort v District
Supervisors mill Installs One
PENDLETON, Ore., Jan. 10.
lTnm,isla county now has n general
rnndmnster Instead of 40 supervisors
' for as 'nnv districts. The change In
ls road policy was nindo hy tho
county court, when Instead of ro ap
no'nMnij the supervisors whope terms
had expired it appointed Dnvi Laven
der of Weston, to the position of gen
j Tho one-man pollcv was adopted
nt tho earnest sol'cltntlon of the
county Good Roads Association and
upon tho recommondntlon of officials
In aitccem states where tho plan has
ben worked successfully,
Lnumdor will liavo full ehnrgo of
all road hnlldlnnt nnd road Improve
ment In tho ontlro county. Tho now
iilnn will permit of tho enforcement
of a uniform systom of road.bulldlng.
Though tho plan hns been trlod In
the oast, it Is ontlroly now In tho
if you want wlmt you want when
you want It you want to net it by
putting your want in the want cql
uiunii of Tho Cooa Ray Times.
HEYTIN'G Stoos at MILNER'S.
I But Father Can Play the
Everyone in the Family
Can for That Matter.
If you don't play a piano, that is
no reason why you should not enjoy
the pleasure of Piano Music In your
And find out how enjoyable it Is.
If you have a piano in your home
that is standing idle most of the
time because of Inability to play it,
come in and let us make you an ex
change proposition. We can place
In your home a' Beautiful Inner
Player Piano that need never be Idle.
You can all play it. And you can
play over 15,000 different selections
on It too. Easy terms of ownership,
a little down or your old piano
and a little each month. You will
be surprised how easy it is. And
the price you'll really be surprised
how LOW IT IS.
You'll have to hurry though. Only
a few days more to make your selec
tion from this stock. '
SHERMAN, CLAY & CO.
Coos Building Mnrshllcld, Ore.
The North Bend passenger' boats
the steamer Flyer, Bonita and
Marshfleld, running as scheduled, af
ford oportunlty for use of tickets
Issued and theso tickets are not good
on other boats and other boat owners
are warned not to handle them in
any way, either to take them for
fare or to sell them.
KELLY & LAWHORNE,
Schedule of Boats.
Lv. Marshfleld Lv. No. Bend
F means Flyer F means Flyer
6:30 a. m. 7:00 a. m.
7:15 a. m. F 7:30 a. m.
8:00 a. m. F 7:45 a. m.
8:30 a. in. 8:45 a. m.
9:00 a. m. F 9:1? m
9:30 a. m. F 9:45 a. : .
10:00 a. m. 10:15 a. u
10:30 a. m. F 10:45 a. m.
11:00 a. m. F 11:15 a. m.
11:45 a. m. 11:45 a. m.
12:30 p. in. 12:30 p. m.
1:00 p. m. F 1:15 p. m.
1:30 p. m. 1:45 p. m.
2:00 p. m. 2:15 p. m.
2:30 p. m. F 2:45 p. m.
3:00 p. in, F 3:15 p. m.
3:30 p. m. 3:45 p. m.
.:0U p. m. F 4:15 p. m.
4:30 p. m. F 4:45 p. m.
5:00 p. m. 5:00 p. m.
0:00 p. m. 0:00 p. m.
7:00 p. m. 7:00 p. m.
S:00 p. m. S:00 p. m.
9:00 p. m. 10:00 p. m.
10:30 p. m. 11:00 p. m.
CUPID TAXGLES SIX LIVES.
Anions Other Tliinu-i Father
comes son's H(i',isiii-iii-l.aiv
WASHINGTON, Pa., Jan.
Bewilnerlng relationships among
two East Flnley Township families
have resulted from the marriage of
a father and his two sons and a
widow and her two daughters.
Henry Dllllnger, an aged fartrir,
whoso second wlfo died n year ago,
engaged Mrs. Maria Richmond as
his housekeeper, nnd her two dough
ters, Lucy, aged sixteen, and Jennio
aged ninoteen, came with her.
Dllllngor has two sons, Charles and
The aged farmer married Lucy
Richmond. Mrs. Richmond became
the wife of Dnvld Dllllnger, the older
son, and Jennie Richmond and Chas.
Dllllngor ove'ntunlly were married.
The three families live in the
EUGENE, Ore., Jnn. 19. Tho
city council let tho contract for the
olectrlcal apparatus for the now mu
nicipal power plant to tho Portland
Machinery Company for $11,512.
The terms of tho contract call for
machinery capable of gonoratlng
1200 horsepower. The contract for
tho turbine wator whools was award
ed to the Pelton Water Wheel Com
pany for ?10,S00.
Buy the Genuine "1000" WASH
ING MACHINE AT MILNKR'S.-
Old papers for sale at The Times
ofllce. FIto cents n bundle.
fIfl t'fVlfc! V Of Coos
The ny to nulld a city Is to stand together. Coos Bay f-ictorloH and jobbhiR houses make nnd
have for W,le nmny tl.li.g8 that Cooa County people buy in I'ortluud ...id Si.., Lrnnclseo. Keep the
money nt home. It helps prosperity.
The following is n IUt or reliable .i.d.up-to.dt establishment tlu.t i.r.. worthy nnd deserve your
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
I North Bend Iron Works.
Iron and bronzo castings,
logging tools a specialty.
j Nelson Iron Works, (Inc.) I
Manufacturers of Machinery and Supplies for Mills Mines, RailrcBih
I nnd LoeiMiiK Companies. Ve aie pioneers in the manufacturing and 1
1 repairing ol tin1 r;nir mips,
Foundry and Machine Shop
t Thp Modern Company
i North Bend Manufacturing Co.
SASH. DOORS, MOULDINGS
All lands of Millwork, Special Furniture and
Vs. Iranlf-81ilm6 wfik
JBTlfl Bm . will & 1 TV
f i v 'a a ims.ii,'ir a..i (Crx i. Priwtv ?9
fcs 'j&jsm. m& mww,m
l t -(JjC'-CztJ: 50. vnZT."s -'4'.X 4 i ill UV Tbf '
otuo. tuii chuijpois ,ui uuc ii. .a in any uta-n.. m
table, thereby causing great annoyance but the Rollman's I
rigid clamp prevents the least motion in any direction. I
Other exclusive lcatures four steel, cutter (always I
sharp) with each machine eadest to clean, having prac- M
tically only two parts easiest to turn price about half I
cost of others.
75c, $1.00, $1.50 ACCORDING TO SIZE. I .
PlONhhR HARDWARE COMPANY I
MARSliFIELI) jp, OREGON 1 '
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! GO TO YOUR DEALER ii
mifl nalr tw nur rf li jillitt'In nlifUMi I
Deep Sea, Per to de Oro9
Chums White Crow I uxo
Havana Specials Oregonian Refunds
LitUe Teddy Maryland Club
Clear Ilnvnnus, Domestics and Nickel Goods.
If they don't unit you, tell ut what Is the nuttier with
thorn mid no will then tell you tthnl It the trouble titli
- Western Oregon Grocery Cr .
NORTH BENU, C)( IJ.W, OREGON.
Wo make a specialty of tneso
ii CARPETS, RUGS
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store. Wo havo made discriminating selection among tho prettiest
patterns and colorings. Our prices on Rugs, Carpets, mattings
nnd lloor coverings of all kinds are surprisingly low. They are
based on buying right aud selling quickly.
NORTH FRONT STREET,
W- i - il - vTT -
B - O ' - - O1 ' " ;.fT,,la - " - - -v .
and Wholesale Houses :
XORT1I BEND, Ore.
All kinds of repair work and
FOUNDERS and MACHINISTS.
formt our Gns Endue Supplies.
CIGARS, PIPES, ETC.
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articles for the homo at this T
M VRSHHW.n, OREGON.
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J. L. KOONTZ
Machine nnd "Repair Shops
Steam nnd Gas Engine Work
At Holland's boat shop, Front
street, Marshfleld, Oro.
Elk, Penr, Hear nnd Cougar
J. E. GRAHAM
Forratrlv with A. Helming & Co
Call or u rite for iprms
North front Htreet Mar.hflcld, Ore.
If you are a
Coos Bay Booster
you must drink
Coos Bay Beer
Phone 1271 for a dozen NORTH BEND, ORE
JOIIX MITCHELL, Prop.
Corner 3d nnd '!' Sts.
Marshfleld, Or., Phone Main 1731
Pettifohn, Nicols & Co.
Cor. Itroudivuy and Queen Sts.
Phono Private Ex 1021
BAD SEASON FOR COLDS.
Colds and grip were quite pre
valent last winter and Chambei Iain's
Cough Remedy was In great demand
and performed somo remarkable
cures. Mrs. Mary J. Roblnsoa of
Cameron, W. Va says: "Last win
ter I was takrn with one of the aw-
fulest colds I ever had In my life. I
could not speak above a whisper and
Iwab very hearse. I was afraid it
j was solng to bo pneumonia. I took
one bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and in three daya was lots
better and could tal. I did nob
take but the one bottle and It cured
me. 1 now tell everybody about
Chamberllan's Cough Remedy and
the gocd it did me." For sale by
Get Your Suit Pressed
While you wait, bathe, sleep
or while you tat at AVAS
SON'S SHOl on 'A' street.
If you have not a suit, let
me make you one for $!5 or
840. If that Is too much for
your pocket book, let ine take
your measure and have tba
Royal Tailors make you one
'much cheaper with an Extra
Pair of Pants FREE.
As I am able to give a cor
rect tlesrilption of just what
you want, I will guarantee you
a good fit. PHOXE 2211.
A I LORfNG
FOR A LAME BACK.
1 W hen you have pains or lameness
in tho back natne tne parts with
Chamberlain's Liniment twice a day,
massaging with the palm of the hand
for five minutes at each application.
Then, dampen a iecf r.f flanner
slightly with this liniment and bind.
It on over the seat of pain, and you
may be surprised to see how quickly
tho lameness disappears. For sale
by JOHN PREUSS.
Coos Bay Liquor Co.
Makes a specialty
of family orders at
Try a case of
1 EXPORT BEER
Plione 48! Eres Delivery
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