The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957, July 27, 1914, EVENING EDITION, Page TWO, Image 2

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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, MONDAY,. JULY, 27;. Wl-EVENIM? EDmOlt
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COOS BAY TIMES
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M. C. MALOXEV
DAN K. MALOXEV
. Xows Editor
Entered at the l'ostorflee nt Marsh
fleld, Oregon, for transmission
through tho malls ns second-class
mall matter.
ALL OVER OREGON
pint lis reduced in
nnnxJ OREGON CITY. Or., .inly 27 Tl . Tfl Iflflf Iflf H ft
g oxce.: j.ea,U of Orei?on City ate abou: III U Bill I " u"ll
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iMorom'Yciii: hirer loses leu.
U.llWY. Or. .lul 27 So soil
iovs liijuteil In a collision between
I tho niotnrrjilo was rldliiK anil an
I automobile fat n Ion hail to ho nm
I putatetl. Frank Worklnjsor. HI years
I old. la In n local hospital. Hlliulod
' i. the dint of an automobile behind
1 w'hlrh he was tldtiiK. Worlilnj;er did
' not see a seeonil autonioblle np
l.toaibliii! troni an opposite dlreitloii
ii I i. in into It. The niildcnt oi-
. unrit mar shodd
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BEING U
An Independent Republics
minor iiiiiiuiuf1 eterv evening
j..,i... n.,,i u'ooi-iv hv uitips a new sensation In the fom
The Coiw Itny Time Publishing Co. of a butter war. Two Uackainu
. -- county creamer es. the Clear Lake.
Dedicated to the sen Ice of the at Lo8al1i Rnij the Oregon City. h.ie
people, that no good cause shall tiet lafod a war for the Oregon City
lack a eh&niplon. anil that evil shall tttir antl a wholesale cut In prices
cot thrive unopposed. , .he result. The Clear Lake cream-
ei Is quoting 2. lents a pound o ., .. f , .Manifold!, San 1'rnif
the lorai groieryme... hich is 2, 7ram service Extended West ! " ' r !"M sni(ll0 .:tnStmth
cents -ower than the price that con- Ppnm pllflf4nnFnnfninp. ' ,l ". A"''. , ,. ,L
i win v.av...v. . ............ iin'mnwi.v,
Tells of the Work. pi.one 70.1,.
PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORS
Mildred Roners Nolson.
Tenrller of I'lnno.
Sl'HSCHIPltOX RATES.
DAILY'.
enn vear 1 6.00 tern secures In Portland. The Ore-
ret month GO gon City creamery came out with
the announcement tnat it wouin cut
.Mnt'-llfii'M, Or.
u'l'I'KI.V.
One year H.BO the price to meet the competition
Wlun pain strictly in auvnnce,
the Subscrintlun prlrc of the Coos ItOlt MAM 1'IAl l.s
Bay Times Is fl.no per onr or
J2.50 for six uion'hs.
tMv.rvi' nr .lull- ? Thnt the
Willamette Pacific train service will H. H. HaTpeP
scon be extended to the Richardson, ROUSE RUILDER
place 3s tulles west of Eugene, was General Repairing anil Cabinet
the statement of W. H. Fontaine. Mnklng.
Address all communications to
COOS DAY DAILY TIMES
Dad (Jang Operating in anil Near
.tleillOlll OH. .l, ...lit, II P llnnl- lina lllal ro. ill..... I1.T'
MEDFOHD. Or.. July 27. That '" ' V" .V,,, ":',u iin.v rim ' ""'-"-
THE llOl'lt CLASS KKSt'llE
A.v observant person using m around Medford In a week,
eyes will notke that members A, Go(l mn n more desperate
of the feminine sex are wear- paUK 0cw tlc safP m. S. .lohn-
lnc. In addition to tneir nimsy sum- son-s 8a0on and secured 515. vniu-
gangsof burglars are at work about " ""''"' " '- ",'- F .N
r&S"xfSii JmBmm & Cameron
El"enh sr8ee. the fourth robbery ."J 0ffo l ' . CONTDArro.tS , AXD niTLDEDS
Estimates furnished
Repair Work Speclaltj
names, but arruusements nre being
made to extend the service to the
next settlement. This will take the
passengers just that much closer to
iiiinmiiiitfiii,iiiiirr-iiiif-iiwiti. i mil- -.. ... .
m . . ..- mm. t- r. . . . ... tlit.MfiMH nml tfill mnnn tlifi aincloiw
mer gowns, an air or suspense, i ,. able Jewelry was sto en at Mrs. a- ;J"rV "'" "'JL,'"":" " i
suspense, It we may ueneve uie i'u- ers 0ne r(ng contninea tnree opnis " "' "- v "- "o---
lie prints. Is due to the fact that aiul ,)r(?e emeralds, one solitaire tn coa.st , , , ,. , , .
women nre not sure what sort of amethyst ring and one plain gold The track is laid as far as San An-
figures they will be expected to own rSi marked "E. W. and II. It." are tone Crovk- where a bridge Is being
this winter. It Is rumored that among the missing articles. It Is constructed, and when this Is flnisned
basques are to he worn, says an ex- I10t known whether the Job was the le ra"8 w, ,,e e.xienueu i0 me ne.i a .
change. If thU dlsiiuletlng whisper work of a single burglar or a gang, bridge site i
provos to he correct, great changes The grading on the entire line Is Joel OStlind
in mi a to in v will have to be made and i"iitr. at Mi'iimiti). expected to be completed within sixty mivn rri'vioit ,vn iti'iiiti.Mt
no anatomical change can come with- days, said Mr. Fontaine, and work oni Lon'Ve orders nt W. It. Unities' Mus
IRVING
BLOCK
Clearance Sale
W. T. Tompkins, D. S. T.
(Welliner .MpDiimN)
Every known disease treated
without drugs or surgery. Rooms 1
and 2. 237 South Broadway.
Phone 132-L. Mnrshfleld, Or
out n struggle. . .MEDFORD. Or.. July 27. Tno the south end of the 4300 foot tun-1 sic company.
ry building and the ei south or tne i mpqua mver win nn s slxtl.
mere remains
Anv contteniau who thinks a n.ik-iinl firnrnrv
basouo is merely a proWnre on the nnnrtinoni linnso' lmrk of It. lintli the be started at once.
Pyrenees was never more mistaken nrniinrtv nf rni s s sarsmit. .nni?ii onlv about 1700 feet of this tunnel
In his life. The only basque which 0I1 fire," resulting In $2000 damage to yet to be bored.
matters Just now Is a garment do- (10 buildings nnd $1S00 to the stock The great bridge across Coos Day
signed for ladles and Is In hour-glass of ti,0 8tore. will be 2000 feet long, exclusive of
form. It goos In at the waist and the approaches, says Mr. Fontaine.
out above and below. It abounded iMimtrnv t poiiti ivn Little has been said of this structure
about 1S65 and was Invariably ac- """"''"' -w '""'" for the roasDn thnt the ,,lan8 i,ave
companion on expeditions uy ine tinirri avm nr tniv t n.ir. only recently been completed
Sixth Street. Phone 103-L,
J. M. Wright
Phono 318-R
Ilt'ILDrXO COXTRAtTOIt
Estlninteit furnished on request
chignon and the hustle. It was not . . . " ' - Thcre , a Brent deal of activity
even men neni in very iign esteem -f , -.. - Trn. V,Tni i. ,V.. around Lnkeslde .and the steam
anil surrereii an ignominious eclipse . Iilia. ,;:, ,,; "-- shovels nre very busy
2 1'" Xw roneee"repftl X opR,"e "seit nitroglycerine In blow- Ing work nil nlottB th
French i ?cnmke "r" k nor an they ,n "on ,he 8nfl- Tl,e- pra"e'' '" . Siwlw !
urn nni Inn without leaving any clue. , ,, Coiicteto Woik
ulll not toll
The curious thing Is that the wom
en do not want It and yet they do
C. 0. Gosney.
Phono 3IG4
CONTRACTOR AXD IIIMLDKH
Tl1( shovels are very busy with the grnd-, Estimates Furnished on Request
me ngiu-oi-wny .uy nisi orK n ,iiy iieierenie
River. First and Alder Sts. . Marshflcld
Done, ,
(iRADIXC IS PKOO'KESSIXG.
The concrete work on every bridge i np U M Chim;
between Eugene and Acme on tlieIU1, n ' Olldw
Wlllnmette Pacific wag comploted 'l,r "H' '
nil Tlmwit.
not lift a finger to protect themselves ,,,, f Euuene to Maisl.flebl Inst week, removing the Inst obstacle MATTIK II. SHAW
from It. Their nttltudo Is that of . n.V .... u- iV.i.. ... In the wnv of the rail Invlnc and IX-eitM-s of Women nml V Ii lb ren
persons who hear the wheels of the VV(iK Or Julv "t'Jv con, brltlB fcrVetlon o n flic r "ll on U) t he Office Phone 330. Rooms 200, 201
inc vigorously aside nn'1 Mn"hcM will be ready by Jan- separnte the end of Co track from! "" I'1'0"?. ''-J-
Thnto uho linllmo Hint llio linenne l""' ' "vcurillllg 10 . U. I'OriCr, '" '" " iiitsvoi ui iiiu imiuk-
Ir inmlnen crv " lave i,i o n?'" men,bt,r ot tlie fl" ot ''oricr llros.. i- between Eugene nnd Aumo and
a M d hlJvcm Hit It rallroaa contractors, who nre build- after this Is crossed tho Willamette
!eemS lever to ocnir to then, to d " ':.. ih .Vl,.,"",.Bl. .,,nd,,e ,,etwec" l.1. 'f"1"8 fLT,.!;i!!,KC"e .Y!"! '
r Ihlu unrmniit wli.m It "K "lv """ ""'' i"i, "i"' l ""-' i iiiioioi.
Perhnn i tin. t.n.1 ...st Tlllli ,lo "ol mi'n" 'bat the rails within n week. Trains will be run-
wiimnii thiV vori" sri.t- W,M ,,e lnl'' t0 Mnrshfleld within "lug Into Acme In September,
w Ii now faihlnns or ,",B tlmo' b,lt tlmt l'11' romlbeil will Although only six miles sepnrntes
nro roilivlvui li. firt ,,(' renil' rr ,1,e rallH- n1"' tlmt trains tl e end of the truck from Lake
i iiltloH the on hrnres ,0 Coos "' wl11 Probably bo run- Creek, six bridges must be crossed.
Mrs. Farrinner
TEACHER OF PIAXO
1 IloRlilonri Sttnlln Ilwinn ItSfi.T
mi-- . V;h J n. Y. .. i. Acme nnd Marshfleld. .Maplcton. nt the head of tidewater.. ! . '.
iloon rnme PorhniiM tho nml.li.st i inn nueii hui menu inai ine rai IS wiuuii h ween. iiuiiiu win uc run-. Rnniomin fleHinrl
.8.. c.," Jl'",",,"....V,'..-"",,ilh?1 will he laid ti) Mnrshfleld within nliiK Into Acme In September. Bnamin USllinq
&.I1HK ilifi.lll
dost. Is that
old ones that
endures, then pltlcx, then embraces.
nliig late next yenr.
These are the crossings over San An-
COXSt'LTIX KXCIXEIiR AXD
ARCHITECT
Offices. 200 Irving Dlock
Phone 103-L or 2C7-.I.
Marshfleld, Oregon
Al nil nrnnfa Mm r.itnlm. tit Mm
lmmm lu i n,...n .. rurni..n i.. wither and labor conditions linve tone Creek, the third, fourth, fifth i
dress In manors and lu morals nnd !1 fHVorn"l ,0 I'ushli' tho con- and sixth crossing of the Sluslnw. nml
Jt may bo that marveling mnscullno Vj! 'il 8,,1"IM0r- "otwcoii Lako Creek. The tlmo required lo ui g ChandlPP
rrentures shortly will not recognize ,,1 "n'L M0 . Iiwn ',rM eUloyl Wt the rails across Lake Crook will vv- wMU C
lllllir IIWIl Wlllltll II ( Hill IV II till f IlilV wiii .1 . - vn. -v. v IWIIIIIIVII ll lii.-i
meet It on tho street, so changed will
It ho
MAItKliT FOR COAL.
SALEM LIIIRAHY ACAIX
EXTERED ItV DCRt.'LARS Atnone Creek. W miles from Eugene
steel crews t0 erect steel bridges. Ily ! I","'8 "" ntyi .102. Coke niilldlng
Sunday rails will be laid across Sani .uiirsiinuiii. wregon
0,1,-.. T, . Falitewo'k for the large bildge acinstr IVffl TlimPM
SALEM Or.. July 27.-A.cordlng -Lake C.eek Is belnie erectod. I nm ' K,,-,.,.,-!.
to tie police no clue has yot been Much new ilevelopnient In th! Ma, , ' if ? Ii' '
nbtaliied as to t e dentltv nf Km rniii- nf tho nnnrimiiiin. ,.., 1,0 -iil .iiarsniieiii, uiog
Telegram says: ',v who enteie,! the public II- lamette Pacific l the beginning of, , ., '
rum in put Ilea- .Vry n, T ,,,y n,,,, 8tole 2S- 'e lonstructlou of miles of trtlo Perl RllCV BallmCier
Portland mnr- .,lK'' O'le'iod jn ontranco by pry- work over the arms of the lukos1 PIAXIST AND TI-'K'IIF
.. . . .. . Illif iinali n u-lmlnu' 'I'M., la .!. .. 1...... .1... . . . . '"'"r1 ''' III.
Hugh Mcl tt III Wmiti lo Supply Port
laml I-linn line.
The Portland
Mnrsliflold Is piepa
v.il Hill ...tul mi 111 a
Vllt ltnu 1 Mil o In ,nllu,l ul ll,. IIK II leil II WIIKIOW. IfllK If) t 10 see- II nlltt th.i .ni,r l.alvva V,.ia ,l
Chamber or Commene and the Com- "'J'1 J"1" u,l,,, 'r thnt thU In- Coon Hay. The construction of tho
inurclal Club to make preliminary b,l,tloit has been btirglnrlzed. grade all alniiK the toast has roach thl
arrangements for marketing tho coal ,.,, 7777TTZ. R,,i,n " I'"'111 ,,ut tho trestlowork will
Lore. The cot of Kettlng the coal "'' ' C 1-. MvAR TILLAMOOK. oon bo newlml. t
to the consumer ho estimates at $7 , . Thousands of piling have been rut
a ton, not counting dealer" ronunls- f,,,,"' "'" Spark froni Donkey En- on the upper Cmpqun River and n
Mons. Ilo says that tliere is no dlf- l"' nml Soon (.els llejiunl Cim(iii. now of log ilrivuis iiiiiImi- n imm
flrulty in marketliiK the coal In San pni'n'i i v'iR 1 ,'"ol(' ''woeii nnmoil Miller Is working these down
i'rnnriM'ii. uiu inr N ii IK nil e lieavur .. .. . ...i.,.., ..., ,,,,,
Hill coal has not been on tho I
land market
"Wo Iihvh 100 tin ll a l-o mllna nf SOIIth Slid OBSt Of CochlHIl. lit llio t. "i,...., .....i ,i. " 1
coal tributary to Marshfleld. but fli or the coast range nlong the' oral inllim. for tho ml road nlmi J
11111..1. nf ii i. r i.,r..i.. ..o.i" ..i.i line of t i Piiniri., i.,u-n.. r. '.,..i ... ."'.'.. " .'"" njiironii, along
"" uiMiiiii aiiiiii Ptiiu - " " -...... .. tai x. n-
Jlclln. "The Reaver Hill. howoer. ganon rompany line t0 Tillamook.
RiMldetice Studio, 217 No. Third St
Phono 3G8-L.
i San nu VnTr. vvi, 8on ' " n "nmod Miller Is working these down
1'uvor n.. . J. ' '. . v 2,, l,' ,: r,vr l0 point aboui Gnrdlnor.
,,orl h. cT Km'" ,l",lK,,' f"',e of !h0 f,0, whL'r ,l,Jy will be distill, "oil
ear In Oregon was repo.tod raging Miny of the t ostles will ho 2U00
,,f !, ! 'i,""'J M,8, "r.t,ocl"'1 '!', foet long, nnd they oxtei o Ue -
will he found to be satisfactory for ""' H,x mll"s west of Timber.
evnryiiima exept kte.im purpokos.
IMI'ltOVi: (TRRY ROAD.
The county emiimlMlnners
HOTEL COMPANY ELECTS.
ROSEIUMUS. Or.. .Inly 7. Tlio
llll'nnl.iu.. . 1. - IT .
tho """"r""i e I'llipqilll IIOIOI I'oill
iuiiiii; mill III IMUMIDIK ll ,,,,,. ,, . i , I . i . ..
past week awarded the contract for '""J ""f' ' ?n olm, " f"w:
cloarlng and r.adlng the llandon- '',!; ' ,,n,,,1,C' ,XN;. ' ,a1rk"' n" W
Curry county line road Tho con- .."n '.' !' "01"' '. D. Shoenuik-
tract was awarded to tho llandon ' ' l",,'v.1'; hetber ami L. Wlmbor-
Constructlon Compnnv at $13 SO. Six- .: , ' .,oUl foll'auy bought the
ty day aio given by ltM terms 'for H'f V'0'!1, ,h, ,',ovltU't Trust
,,...,. .ion,,.. ii... .......i. .i.... ...... lompaii) In ltoebunr.
,,.,..,i,,,if, ..in num. iii.iiuuii
"World. I ,.., "TTTT
i r..Mi.i,iWA wil.Ii ISE
XliW WATER SYSTEM SOON-
COOS COr.NTY ASSESSMENT.
PENDLETON. Or.. July 21. Wat-
Afcg.nu.nr Tin III uiii'd li.i liriu ....
duced the aluallou In Itunges 0 and ,',r w!" I,e u,niod Into tho pipes of
10, on tho east hide or tho count v. ,l10 v"'' now $00,000 gravity wat-
ton per tent from last year's assess- 0' "J"'" within the next four or
niont. This Is following the lino In- nvo l,1,yH' ' "'o iiionntlmo there U
the const, followlnir lake after lnko.
with tholr scores or arms. Near the
I'liipqiiu and Coos Hay tho line ruiia
over a low tldoland tenitory. ,
Tlo grade between tho Cmpqun
and the Sluslaw u rapidly neaiins
eoniplotlnn. though the nnglneers re
ruse lo predict a date for this. Mr.
Poner stated that It would be ap
proximately January 1. Four tun
nel are being cut In this distance.
Did DEEP CHANNEL.
Poitlimil Wunts :w l-Yet of Water In
Willamette,
PORTLAND. Or., July 27 Thirty-two
feet nt tho zoro stage Is the
depth being given tho ship channel
at the mouth of tho Willamette and
at Doublehowers' shoal hv the iiro.iir.
os now employed on tho work, which
LET US MAKE
YOUR ABSTRACTS
I Title & Trust Co.. Abstacts.
thoroughly dependable. Imme
diate service, prompt attention
to nil Inturost of our clients.
M 1 N I M U M itOST
I. S. KAUFMAN 'Si CO.
CITY AUTO AND TAXI SERYICK
A uaw taxlcnb has boon adde-d K
ay auto serrlce. Carotul dilven
VU1 so anywhore at any tlms. Stand
mauco Cigar Storo. Dy phono, 78.
'"'Igbt phone 139-X.
TOM COODALE. Proprietor.
dlcalod hv the Hoard or EqualUntlou. a ?; wm-lty or water nnd tho 00' h . .." . rA, , nnrn,.? i . e i1,5'
which cut those figuios twenty per !? lU'"u ",0 "tlonod lo uso as' son ''m,o fi.lV'"1 rr.,,nnrt ,0 ,ho
MISS DONNELLY
Sn,,l,,',1 Tir"!"? '"", F,,p,,,l Massa-e
roprofcenta tho first stops takei to' mm,,' ' i,omo lllu
bring about a ruiillrutlon of the 35- V" 1'0,"",,' "Allt TOXIC
, sea The dredges Inst seoson dug
unit. The personal property roll- mi " l"lhlo. The sprinkling ' , , ,.hi. ei ,V, ,f. ' ,Zson ,(,,1K
or tho county are complete and show "" 'iv been withdrawn. Tlio Z n v ti , - i f1 V1 f S Uml 2!'
o total of I2.0U 1. 1 as, which Is $so.. li InkliiK water now being used U'oii Lhii i .iViufn ? I .,,r.e,lp,,t 80nH
110 more than lu Ul3.-Coqulllo I"Ha dlrectl fioni tho river at ' ov,,, 't'o i ? '."K ,!0 foin..)f wn,er nra
Sentinel. , tho edge ot town and Is probably . tl f L ,'L " 1,Uffcw"
. ' contaminated Work on the new ss- g ' nl a t,ow'1 ,ll rlvt'''-
COOS COC.NTY l-KJCRIiS. I ,l'i ' ininpleied. but the coiiirn'ct. m. ,, "TTT',',, . ,.;,..
ins leur to turn in a full force nf ii""' .'.':, :"' ..vu.vr
i. ..i... ii . .--.,., i iiiiiii? i i -.! rnn n i i ri,.i...
.-, ... H ,,v,14 .v ( ,ijij
PRICE $1.00
Is Kir Sale Only t tlio Owl Prc
iciipllon Plmn.iacy, l.',iuik i, CoIm
llio Cenlrnl Aumiuo Drug store
YOU AUTO CALL
Tho following la (he school con- water until the cwneiit pipe line 'ms
iiidg L,.. Tun ruuit'S AUTOS
.....r KiiiKi cars ultl, careful drivers
sua of the five loading towns of the ".;iMencd. r""" K'oj1 cars nltli carcrul drlvci
county: " . LlbbytOAL. The Uliul YOCIiavol 1,0 hy service, phono 1 u.j
llNiitlim P23 ALL l.tnAl. MOOSI. WILL T. A,''AYS ISED. Phono TJ. Paciric n ,j,,","co HUlard Parlors, '
Marshfllii ,)rts lEND Mi:riiN( ThpmIiiv iMiMiine ' '"iy and Tnuisfpr Coiniiaiiy. r M'K,lt ,t.er.vke' ,,,,0 2(10.
North lleiul t;u """ ' Hlglit Cafe.
r'n.Miiiiu ...' "- - r, .
Coqullle r.;
Myrtle Point ayp
Totul ssTr
Of this total the three CoqulUe
River towns tiirulsh issi ami llio
tw0 Cooi Ray towns lx7. The rlv
or beats the bay by 187: and its the
same all the way around. Tho river
end of Hie count) beats the bay end
in population, in registered voters
nnd lu assessed aluatlun. us well ns
In school pop ilut mil. -Co.iullle Sen
tinel. I
ALL LOYAL .MOOm WILL AT
TEND .MEI'IX(J TuoMlay evening, j
m Abstracts, Rea! Estate,
Fire and Marine Insurance
TITLE GUARANTEE & ABSTRACT CO., Inc.
HENRY HENQSTACKKX, Manager
FARM. COAU TIMllKIl A.l, PLATTIXO LXVDS .1 SPHC.A1TY
OKNLRAL AOEXTS 1USTSIHK IAI'Ti'
MARSHFIELD OFFICE. PHOVl.' mi
COQUIMlK CITY OPriCK PHOXK I.M.'
D. L. F00TE.
SEND YOUR LAUNDRY
TO US BYJARCEL POST
WJ?..l,l'lX,Sn A' AO AXD
WILL PAY THE POSTAGE
OX ITS RETURN"
COOS BAY STEAM
LAUNDRY
I l'HOXE 57-.I, .MARSHFIELD
I
Men's and Boys' Suits
Blues nnd Blacks Included
$17.00
gas $15.00
$22.50
$25.00 SUITS driO 7C
&27.50 lO.iJ
$30.00
$32.50 SUITS (J9J OC
$35.00 W.Oo
aranceCH
LADIES
All
A.hoautlful lined
1 -4th Of!
-nits in vi-
0 1-2-Prii
Snonial u....
rr?""-" wavmit
Murtwaists, 41
Uinrlni.. . Vll I K
".MMyVX" . tfl
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY ;
Ideal Summer TH
ON-
ips
LAUNCH EXPHESS1
Leaves Mnrshflelit every wevk ut 8 a. in
STEAMER RAINB.0W '
I.eavea Mnrshfleld every Sunday at S u lit nmLtt.
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nt 2 p. m.
SSL
IDEAL FREE GROVE AND P.ICNIFGRQUNDS ill 1
llrlni; your lunch baaltetH ktnlak nnd flshltiK facMt i.rtTjU
days' otitliiK. Sunday Kelmol nml nil picnic orowdt it'W.
Excursion to South Coos Rlvur every dy For oharur i5f "A fi
iirniiiKoinentH. apply on boaril.
S. S. PARAISO
Equipped wllli WIivIcmi.
Fine Passenger Aii'iiiiiinoiliitliuis,
S. S. PARAISO Willi SxIL I'OH-HAN HKiVXCISCO (AT
.It'LY 18, AT I P. Ml,. WITH PAsWIJNClHHS ,1X11 FlirjQ1
YELLOWSTONE Wlllll S.XIL FOR'JH)ltTJiAXD, SATIT.IM
IHTII, AT 5 P. .M. WtTII FRIhrtiri OttJlK.
NORTH BEND MILL & LUMBER COMPANY, lj
TOM JAMES, Anent,
Mai. vlif lelil.
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To Portland
every Thursday
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To Eureki1
: every Moii .
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S. S. Geo. W Elder
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XORTH .ACII-'IC KTK.UISHIP CO.
V. V. MiUKORCE ALUJ.Yl! W, ILPUhwh
Phonn II, Mnrshfleld Phono 4,.Vortl
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EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS.
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ALWAYS ON TIME.
MILS FROM M.VKSIIKtKLU IH'HIXO MO.Vril OF JlWUv
p. .m., ox 'Jinn ruii mn. i itii, iirxiii, arm AXD J
Tlcketa on mils to nil Kuhtvrn jMilnta iiul Informatloi
iwl r.itw clieerfiillj furnlxbed. ,
Phone '127-L. . t. SHKIAjs
Inter-Ocean Transportation
Semi-wcokly service Coos Bay and San lw
S. S. Redondo
K.VILS FROM SAX Fliwrisro i.oit COOS HAY
SATl'UDAY, Al'0l,ST,i,,,1
Equipped with wirelt-ss and submnrlub bell
Passengers and freight.
S S. NANN SMITH
Equipped with wireless and submariuo bell.
Passengers and freight.
SAILS FROM MARSHFIELD FOR SAN FItANClSCO
AXD SAX PEDRO, SATURDAY, ACHl ST L
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San TiY;in.i..r ,i'r:o, n,. :i. cfvi..f nierMl
ntwl f!flO T?:P K..,Mxli',irr
Coos Bay Agent, C. F. McGeorge, PhoneiH
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TO BEAT THE BUILDING GAME
has lee n ll0bl)V wUh f , man yenr, and
0r i 'mtnmoru miii ii ,A nn nc EGO1
....aH 11111 II1II Villi Wl Mil ir I'lIIIIftX III t, .- B
"able fraiiiing matorlol nt tho riBht price we kM'Stf
n ..r ."8t t.oU w,,at 'nu want to build nnd tho m'"W.M
to Pf.id and we'll got busy with our pencil nnd figure out
onr nione;- can buy. Trv ns.
C. A. Smith Lumber & Mfg.(
RETAIL DEPARTMENT
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