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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSIIFIELI), OUEGOX, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1 007.
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ak indrpendent republican newspaper
published every day exce1tino mon
day and also weekly j1y
The Coos Bay Times Puulisiiing. Co.
A. E. GUYTON, Editor and Manager.
Tho policy of The Coos Bay Times
vill be Republican in politics, with the
independence of which President Roose
velt is tho leading exponent.
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COOS BAY TIMES
Along with the cities on Coos Bay
the towns of Myrtle Point, CoqulUe
and Bandon have taken favorable ac
tion toward tho proposed electric
lino between Roseburg and Coos
Bay. Committees have been ap
appolnted for the purpose of meeting
in conjunction with similar bodies
from tho other towns Interested.
People will follow with interest
this third attempt toward tho con
necting of tho most fertile part of
Oregon with Coos Bay. There is no
question regarding the value of the
line to tho portion of the country
through which It will act as a means
of transportation toward Oregon's
Tho two first attempts did not ma
terialize because the country had not
reached the present state of develop
ment. Between one and two million
dollars Is given as nn approximate
estimate of tho cost of construction.
It is for the purpose of formulating
plans for tho raising of tho required
funds that the committees are or
ganized. SPRING ARRIVES.
Springtime has arrived on Coos
Bay and tho tributary streams, and
luxuriant nature spots hold out irre
sfstable Invitations. Pen pictures of
spring's debut fall lumentably short.
It Is a grand ensemble of vivid, vol-
j uptuoua color tjiat the most clastic
Imagination Is inadequate to grasp.
i The fascination of fishing seems
to have taken hold of many. Even
, our strenuous president would find
, pleasure in the angling sport around
Coos Bay. From the unlimited store
of halibut, royal salmon, sllversldes
' and steelheads, there are but few
periods of rest for the angler's hook.
Every citizen of Marshfleld owes
it to himself to rally to Mayor
Straw's support on Friday, May 10,
for a general cleaning up day of the
I city. That action In the matter is
' needed badly thero is no question.
I The ideal weather which is now be
ing experienced renders tho time
most opportune. Governor Cham
berlain is to visit the bay next week,
and of course Marshfleld will wish to
present a spick and span appear
The city will sta.ic the expense of
carting away the rubbish which is
collected. The citizens are asked to
deposit it In the middle of the street
to enable the' wagons to gather It
If every individual will exert his
or her most willing efforts, the city
will be gone over by a united band
of co-workers on Friday that will
place Marshfleld side by side with
AVIIjIj ELECT PRESIDENT.
Progress Chili Will Hold Annual
The regular weekly meeting of the
Progress club was held yesterday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. P. C.
Levar. The meeting was an interest
ing one, the program being a history
of the Jamestown exposition and the
founding of that city. The next meet
ing will be held Tuesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. J. W. Bennett.
This meeting is an important one, as
tho annual election or officers will be
held at that time.
The election will result In a new
president, as Mrs. H. Sengstacken,
who has so ably filled that position
for the past term, has announced that
she will not be a candidate for re
election. There may be one other
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom
ach, Torpid Liver and
Pleasant to tails
Future Mill and
Joins the C. A. Smith Property and stretches along the
warm sunny slopes on the west side of Isthmus Inlet
Entirely Sheltered From The Wind
BAY PARK is the only property on the Bay suitable
for homes that have BOTH RAILROAD AND DEEP
WATER. FRONTAGE :-:
The property will
market about the ninth
change, but it is thought the rest of
the officers will remain in their re
spective ofilces during the coming
The last meeting of the year, and
probably one of tho most Important,
will be held a week from Tuesday.
At that time the different women's
clubs of the state will exchange pa
pers, which will be read at the meeting.
WILT HE SEARCHING.
Inquest Into the Death of Marvin
Child Begins Soon.
Dover, May 7. It is probable that
the inquest into the death of Marvin
Child will begin Thursday. Nearly
one hundred witnesses will bo called
to testify, including members of the
family. The coroner said tonight
that tho inquiry wjll.be searching.
FOR SALE v v !
P C Acres Good Platting Ground
Underlaid WITH COAL ! !
$2090 Cash-Balance Easy Terms
Just South of C. A. Smith's New Saw Mill
and Two Miles South of Marshfield, ad
joining the Towhsite of South Harbor .
For Full Particulars of this GENUINE
SNAP In realty call upon or write to
Office with C. W. Tower & Son, Marshfield, Oregon
tnmg?Tmm'.few:g-minni ilium mi I I
California and Oregon Coast Steamship Company.
COOS BAY to Portland and Return
GEO. D. GRAY & CO., General agents,
421 Market St.. San Francisco.
laxative Frail Syrup
THE CENTER. OF THE
OF COOS BAY
Noble & Sons will commence oper
ations the first of the week on a con
tract for driving piles for Masters &
McLaln for the Fron,t street extension
which will keep them busy for at
least a month, providing the weathe"
Is nice. The contract calls for tho
driving of 900 piler, which have al
ready been moved to tho scene of op
erations. Work has been progressing on tha
street Improvement for Beveal
weeks, and will be rushed through
to completion as rapidly as possible.
MINERS RETURN TO WORK.
Sign New Scale and Will Immediately
Vancouver, B. C, May 7.--A
special from Fernles says the miners
today signed a new wage scale and
will Immediately return to work.
r-. W. SHAAV, Agent,
Marshfield. Phone 441
Cleanses the system
thoroughly and clears
sallow complejiions of
pimples and blotches.
It is guaranteed.
MARSDEN'S COOS BAY BOTTLING WORKS
ROYAL SELECT .GAMBR1NUS BOTTLED BEER
, Bottled in
uarts, Pints and One Half Pints.
Phone Orders promptly attended to. Phone 481.
And courteous tieatment are the undisputed right
of every depositor in this bank there aro any
number of them willing to testify to thess facts.
Can you not add your name to our list? Informa
tion cheerfully given by every olliccr and director
of the bank.
First National Bank of Coos Bay
JOHNS. COKE, President O. II. HINSDALE, Vice-President
W. S. McFARLAND, Cashier
A nice line of
Postal Cards and Bound Books
NORTON & HANSEN
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ON DEEP WATER
South Harbor is near C. A. Smith's big
saw mill plant on Isthmus inlet. The coming
manufacturing district of Coos Bay.
The South Harbor Development Co. has
special inducements to offer manufacturers