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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1911 EVENING EDITION.
(Continued from page 1.)
w th It nml
OREGON'S NEW ItAIIjIlOAD ERA.
wns Betting nlong flno
About n yenr ngo It wns announced
on high authority thnt Oregon would
see mora fnllrond construction dur
ing the Succeeding llve-yenr period
than any other state In the Union,
bios the Portland Journal.
The present status Justllles the pre
diction. Twenty-three million dol
lars wns spent on rnllroud construc
tion in eastern Oregon' nlouo In the
past two years. The other millions
represented In other lines Just built,
I building or projected are a huge
North Bend News
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hanson of
North' inlet nre rejoicing over the
birth ,of n daughter.
Mrs. C. A. Ackermnn leaves this
week for Portland to Join Mr. Ack
erman, they having decided to make
their home there.
nlso that their right-of-way man, Mr.
Eddy, hnd been very successful on
the Coos Day end of the line. Ho
pnrtly confirmed the report thnt Mr.
Eddy hnd arranged for the grent bulk
of the rlght-of-wny from Gardiner to
Coos Bay with the exception of the
stretch ncross the property of tho
Simpson Lumber company and L. J.
Simpson. Relative to the progress
on the right-of-way between Gnrdl
ner and tho Sluslaw, Mr. Sumner said
that the land between those points
wns held by n comparatively few In
terests nnd consequently it wns ensier
to arrange right-of-way matters than
when It wns necessary to deal with ft
grent many small land owners.
Mr. Sumner stated thnt It wns tho
Intention to concentrnte their efforts
on building the line from Coos Day to Oregon Electric to Eugene. The ex
Eugene nnd thnt when this section tension of the Southern Pacific from
wns completed, the balance of tho Eugene In the direction of Coos Day
project would be taken up. He did in announced. Coos Ray nir Is thick
not core to talk about plans for tho with rumors of another line, report
balance of It. ed ns bncked by English and French
"Wo will be able to push the con- capital,
structlon very rapidly when wo There Is promise- thnt tho Natron
stnrt," remnrked Mr. Sumner. "The cut-off will be pushed to completion,
road Is not difficult to build, in fact, Mr. Hill said nt Ucnd thnt his Oregon
sum. It Is n trnnsition irom uuu m
nctlvlty with no construction to wide
spread activity over tho stato with
very extensive construction, it Is
our passage Into n new Oregon In
which tho new tracknge will crente
new trnfllc, the new trnllle be yielded
by new production, nnd tho new pro
duction bo new wealth created by
new people In new homes nnd reflect
ing an expanded nnd a greater stnte.
Ninety-one miles of new rnllrond
is n,dded today to the available mile
age of the stnte. The Inst splko was
driven the other dny at Rend. It
emphasized the nddltlon of 2C2 miles
of Hnrrlmnn nnd Hill lines to tho ag
Crews and camps nlong tho rlght-of-wny
evidence the extension of tho
It Is ensy In comparison with the
Moffatt lino we built out of Denver."
As to the exact route, Mr. Sumner
did not give out any Information, say
ing they hnd several surveys up nnd
down the coast. Ho said It wns tho
Intention to keep free of the snnd so
fnr as posslblo. Ho snld thnt hlB son,
trunk wns built with tho Harney
country ns pnrt of projected system.
The extension of the Corvnllls &
Alsen lino from Monroe to Eugene Is
nlready provided for, with work to
be prosecuted ns soon ns the remain
der of the rlght-of-wny enn bo secur
ed. The Mount Hood line, the Unit
Engineer L. A. Sumner, who hns ed Railways and other projects build-
been working on the survey at this
end, wns now completing the location
of tho survey. ,
Rclnttve to the contractors who
hnvo been on the Dny, the possibil
ities of connections with the Hill
lines, etc., Mr. Sumner wns not very
communlcntlve. He nppenred mora
Ing or programmed complete n list
of activities on bigger plans than Ore
gon hus ever seen.
MEN WHO KNOW WON'T TEW.
(From Eugene Register.)
Well, thev nro no bettor at Elies-
cnthuslustlc over this soctlon nnd its BK ,own 0 rj00B nny thnn wo nro
resources, tho vnBt volume of IhibI- ,, nero ti10 ynlley ns to who Is
ness that would come from the Willn- actually behind somo of the big rnll
mette valley to tho const in nddltlon ronil propositions busy nlong the
to thnt picked up nlong the lino Itself routc between Eugene nnd Mnrsh
and the business the mills nround nchl, but there Is nn apparent cer
hero would furnish for tho Interior tnnty tnnt( besides tho Southern Pn
tlinn he hnd hitherto Indicated. Ho clflc, Whlch Is sure to build Its rond
and Mr. Volcknmn drove from En- , .i1(S ... Micro Is to bo n corn-
gene to Florence with one tenm nnd
mndo tho trip to Coos Dny from Eu
gene In a little more thnn two dnys.
He snld thnt he expected to return
hero ngnln In tho nenr future, nnd
Mr. Volckmnn lnughlngly remnrked
petlng line, nnd whether or not it
Is nu allied Hill project, It Is of suf
ficient Importance to wnrrnnt tho be
lief thnt It Is transcontinental in
nature and Its Intent nnd purpose
will not long rcmnln under cover
tnnt tno inuors nere would uo leit en- wilsey, who is promoting tho big
tirely in Mr. Sumner's hands. conflt enterprise, could probably glvo
Mr. Sumner expressed grntlllcation tno pubic gnme interesting Informn-
ovcr tho friendly feeling shown his tlon nniJ wnii no Joubt, ,1,, f.0 when
project by tho people of this section. tnc ,)ropor time comes. Mo is not
This afternoon, It Is understood tnlklng for publication nt the present
thnt Vice-president Sumner nnd Mr. tIUCi
Volckmnn will hnvo nnothor confe
rence with L. J. Simpson relutlvo to i
uiu riKiiiui-ii utvr UIU oiiiijihuii
WHY NOT DO IT NOW?
Another report nllont here Is thnt
plans nro being mndo for building n
I Good evening. Hnvo you pnld
1 I... I .1.1- - ... T1....I... ....
your BiiiiDiTipwiin hub jvhi .' i eiiuii
you owe for Inst year or It may bo
that you have been borrowing your
lelghbor's paper. Now, you under
.T. Virgil Pttgh nnd wife, who hnvo
bt.en hero from California on mat
ters connected with Mr. Pugh's bank
ruptcy proceedings, will leave today
for Portland en route to California
where they arc now lesldlng.
North Dend people hnvo been pro-;
mlsed by Manager Otto Schettcr 'of;
the Western Union nt Mnrshllcld thnt j
he will do everything in his power to
have the comply extend Its line to j
North Rend nnd establish nn office!
M. E. Evcrltt tins purchnscd tho
North Dend Drug company's business
nnd hns plnccd Harry Winkler,, for
merly of Mnrshfleld, In charge oftthat
store ns It Is his Intention to main
tain both stores. Jny Gray hns been
conducting tho North Dend Drug
store. Mr. Winkler's ninny Coos Day
friends will unite In wishing him
success In his new position.
SENDS FORMAL REFUSAL
TO MERGE BOOSTERS
North Demi Commercial Club in
structs Oltlclut to Notify Mnrshfleld
of Decision Cot .Mote Member.
The North Dend Commercial club
nt n meeting Wednesday night In
structed the secretary to notify the
Mnrshllcld Chamber of Commerce
thnt the body did not think the time
wns opportune for the merger of the
two organizations but thnt on any
matters nrrcctmg tno community ns
a whole they would be glnd to co
opernte. This was the uuolllclnl de
cision renched n week ngo when tho
mutter was discussed nt n meeting
with representatives of tho .Mnrshfleld
Chamber of Commerce.
Sixteen new members were nddod
to the North Dend Commercial club
Wednesday night nnd It is hoped to
Increase the membership to eighty or
one hundred before the first of tho
President Wernlch wns Instructed
to appoint n special committee to con
fer with Mother Agues of Mercy hos
pl'nl to see If It would not be pos
sible to retain Mercy hospltnl nt
North Dend Instend of moving It to
Mnrshfleld nnd having tho North
Rend property used ns a school, ns
has been proposed.
CHICKENS, FRYERS nnd STEWS
for your SUNDAY DINNER nt
After tho sbow try a Turkish Bstl
don ,,7VSon1,who"u?iiVye": B,n"'1' wo 'U, W mm we havn
ion. K I). Liton, who nrrlved es- n,.i,0,,t0 Bt, nt lt jfl lm.
terday from Portland hud henrd tho , , ,," ,,, . ,.
roport nnd so hnd others. One
hnd It thnt the logging rond
which Is now being built on the lower
Coqullle Is to be n link In the Hue.
ALUMINUM WARE at MILNER'S.
PHEl'SS DRl'G CO.
A medicine that gives confidence
Is Foley's Honey nnd Tar Compound
Mrs. T. J. Adams. 522 No. Kansas
Ave, Columbus. Ens., writes: "Foi :
n number of years my chlldieu hnve
been subject to coughs nnd colds. I
used Foley's Honey and Tnr Com
pound nnd found thnt It cured their
coughs nnd colds, so I keep It In
the house nil tho time." Refuse sub
stitutes. PREISS ItltVd CO.
position to let other people go on
carrying our money when wo nre so
strong nnd healthy nnd so abundant
ly nble to benr tho burden ourselves.
For this reason we nsk anybody who
hns" any money In his possession to
lenvo it at the nftlce or send It by
post, freight train, express or nuy
other way. Just so It gets hero. Silver
nnd gold nre heavy, nnd lt would be
a matter of life-long regret If any
body should get bow-legged carrying
it about for us. Exchange.
NOTICE TO TRAVELING PfULIC.
The O'Kol'y Roat Line will opernto
on the Sunday schedule from now un
til tprlng, J. A. O'KELLY,
This means Sundny on'y
HAVE YOU READ IT?
Tho Adler-I-ka book telling how
you can EASILY guard ngalnst np
pendlcltls, nnd gut Instant relief from
stomach nnd bowel trouble, is being
rend with much Interest b; Marsh
flold people. It Is given nwny freo by
Loekhnrt ft Pnrsons Drug Co.
New Ideas in Overcoats
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fiiM III till 111 Iff (itriV ( iTilinii'i1! iSitf.mV
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':SJff(nillfP I 111 iatacaa
mm Wu III ILM
i ill I
Tlic reasons why wo nro
soiling so many Ovemmis-.
.Raincoats and Gabardine..
Wo have the largest assort
niont. 11 dift'oront stylos in
The only store on flooa
Bay that is showing the new
3-4-length rain proof Over
coats. AVc have every size from
33 to dS including extra
length coats made 56 inches
$ 1 8;n.d
NOW last hilt .ot lonsf. mn
strongest argument is what
we can save you on any coat
costing from $10.00 to $-15.00
YOU KNOW WHY
AVe are waiting to prove
this to you.
Hub Clothing & Shoe Co.
Have Us Launder Your Underwear
Wo wash theso garments elenner'
nnd better thnn the work can be dono
olsowhcrc. nnd they nro not worn so
much. We do not shrink them, oven
woolen garments nro returned tho
same size ns when sent us.
Wo Iron tho garments nicely, mnkc '
ordinary ropnlrs free of charge nnd
you hnvo fresh clenn, sweot under-'
wear ready for ench week's chnngo. '
Ilundlo yours up with next week's I
Irtundry bundle. '
Marshfield Hand & Steam Laundry
"THE FRIEND OF COOS DAY'
S. S. ALLIANCE
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
Sails from Coos Buy for Portland Friday, Ocl.13,
at service of lidc.
CONNECTl.NO WITH THE NORTH HANK ROAD AT POHTIjAXD
NORTH PaJIFIO STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
PHONE U O, F. McOEOROE, Agent
Just arrived from t'ie east the swellest line of
Clothing ever shown in Marshfield, We especially
want the young men to come in and look at thorn,
for they have CLASS, and tho price, $20.00 to $25.00,
AYTCLL, wo just ask you to judge.
Our wet-weather goods are hero too, Swell Eng
lish Slip-Ons, and Light Rubber Tourists Coats for
street wear, Slickers and Rubber Boots for work;
so, get ready NOW for that rain.
-PIUXJRAM FOR FRIDAY
(The truth dawns on her.)
"(JET RICH Ql'ICK"
(Tho lunchmnn's henrt Is touched)
"THE I'ORTl'NE TELLER"
Song "KENTUCKY HOME"
PHOCItAM FOR SAT CH RAY
'$.1000 ISEWAHI) DEAD OR ALIVE"
( The Hlg Western Feature)
(A touching story of lovo's inter
ference with the plans of two
"ON THE DRINK"
(Tho beautiful llshlng picture)
"A XKillT OF ENCHANTMENT"
(The Egyptian picture)
Song "FRAIDY CAT"
DEARY'S GUN SHOP
Complete lino of Dlcyclo supplies,
second-hand bicycles for snlo. Guns,
olcyclos, etc., repaired.
Umbrellas covered nnd ropnlrcd.
E. HANDEL, Prop.
Vn. (107 No. Front St. Phone 180-11
V Modern Ilrlck Building, Electric!
Lights, Stenin llont. Elognntly
Furnished Rooms with Hot
nnd Cold Wntcr.
II O T E L .C O OS
, C. A. METLIN, Prop,
rtntes: 50 cents a Dny nnd Upwards
Cor. nrondwny nnd Market
FAST AND COMMODIOUS
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
Sails from San Francisco fo' Marshfield Sunday
morniiKj Oclohcr 15.
1NTER-OCEAN TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
Phono 44 C. F. McGEORQB, Agent.
T. J. SCAIFE $$ A II. HODGINS
Phono 140L Oregon
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
ALWAYS ON TIME
SAILS FROM PORTLAND AT 8 P. M. ON OCTOREH ! 10. ? 2t
AND :M. SAILS FROM MARSHFIELD (AT SERVICE OF THE
TIDE ON OCTOHER 7, II, 21 AND 2H.
L. II. KEATING, AGENT PnONE MAIN S5.L
240 Acres of flno timber 40 per cent
Cednr. About 10 million
100 millions feet in one body. $1.00
Call or Write
tflE?U nfMnu. who hatonomelnvontlvo ability
lnCllp!,"wrltoHi:i:u:V .1 UrlMlllt',
I 'meiil Mlunii).. u.Uluuluu. II, V,
Rates reduced to: Day 50c, 75c nnd
$1.00; weok ?2.00 to $5.00. House
keeping npnrtments with gas ranges
$10.00 to $18.00 per month. FREE
PATHS--E. W. SULLIVAN. Prop
We Clean and Press
Ladies' and Gent's Suits
Goods Called for
Coos Bay Steam Laundry
PHONE MAIN B7-J
$ 1 00 Reward
For nny sewing machine I can't plnco
In first class order. Supplies for all
Leave orders, drop n postal card
or phone Rogers hotel.
C. S. Leibendorfer
Referenco O. O. Lund, leather butcher
Beaver Hill Coal
MOUNT DIAULO ND JOSSON CEMENT.
The best Domestic and Imported brands.
PUiter, Lima, Brick and all kinds of builders material
OFFICE, SOUTH RROADWAY. PHONE 201
Wo have secured the livery husl
loss of L. H, Helsner and are pre
pared to render excellent service to
the people of Coos Day. Cireful
dilvers, gooa rigs and everything
hat will mean satisfactory service to
tho public. Phone us for a driving
horso, n rig or anything needed in
the livery line. Wo also do truck
g business of all kinds.
Livery, Feed nnd Sales Service.
141 First and Alder Streets
Abstracts, Real Estate, Fire
and Marine Insurance
Title Guarantee and Abstract Co.
HENRY SENGSTACKEN, Mgr.
Coqullle Offl.e Phono 191 Marshfield Office 14-J.
Farms Timber Coal and Platting Lands a specialty.
Genaral Agents "EASTSIDE"
FAST SERVICE TO ROSEBURG
Our stages leave Marshfield for Roseburg at 7 o'clock
evening and afford quickest connections with Southern
Hallway. Fare $6.00.
COOS DAY ROSERURG STAGE LINE. .
OTTO SCHETTER, Agent, . 120 .MARKET AV Mar-WM
0. P. BARNARD, Agent, ROSEBURG, Ore.