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THE DAHiY COOS BAY TEUKS. MARSHFIELD. OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 0, 1007.
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Tnz Coos IIav Times Publishing Co.
FRED PASLEY, Editor.
REX LARGE, Bl?i.vss Manager.
The policy of The Coos Bay Times
Kill be Republican in politics, with the
independence of which President Roose
velt is the leading exponent.
.Entered at the pottofllee at Muwbfield, Ore-
gen, for tnnrmMon through the taalU a
leeimd eitttf msitynattcr.
Single copy, daily, - - 5 cents
Per month, daily, SO cents
Three month, daily, - - fl 25
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r; One year, daily, - - - f 5 00
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NOT AFRAID OF WEATHER CHANGES.
Addres3 all communications to
LETTER OF THAXICS
In retiring from the editorship and
"management of the Coos Bay Times
-I wish to thank the public for the
"very encouraging support that was
.given. The rapid progress which the
.newspaper has made was due largely
to the generous patronage, which Is
Fred D. Pasley will be editor of
the paper and Hex Large the business
manager. Both have been connected
with the paper under the outgoing
Although severing connections
with this paper I expect to remain on
Coos Bay and after a short vacation
embark in a business venture.
A. E. GUVTON,
Retiring Editor and Manager.
ELECTRIC ROAD COMMENT
Business, professional men and
'.mechanics of Roseburg and vicinity
arc all enthusiastic over the electric
froad proposed front this city to Coos
iUay. Since the project was first
mentioned four weeks ago the people
have given the matter much thought,
fl and It is now certain that the road
will be built. An incorporated com--pany
will be regularly organized and
preliminary surveys made to deter
mine the most feasible route. A
great deal of local capital will besub-
, scribed to the enterprise, and It Is
safe to say that the entire amount
: necessary to build and equip this line
will be raised by Douglas and Coos
counties. The News will soon be
able to give detailed Information as
to plans now being laid for this work,
Fand In which all southern Oregon Is
; vitally interested. Umpqua Valley
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Furnished by the Title Guarantee
and Abstract company, Henry Seng
W. J. Knight et al to Chas. Brun
er, S. W. quarter of S. E. quarter,
section 26, township 2S, 11; flOO.
Eugenia A. Cavett, to Paul Bethle
hem, parcel in section 8, township
United States, to I. M. Weekly, X.
half of S. E. quarter, S. E. quarter of
S. E. quarter, S. E. quarter of X. E.
quarter, section 28, 11.
Simpson Lumber Co., to Dan Mat
son, X. E. quarter of X. W. quarter,
section 3G, township 24, 11; $50.
Chas. X. Edmans, to Frank W.
Rehfeld, lot 4, block 17, Marshfield;
Millard F. Shoemaker, to C. J.
Daily, lot 2, block 34, Woodland
addition to Bandon; $55.
J. V. Foster, to Mable L. Bean, lot
5, block 2, Rlverton; $500.
M. B. Zimmer, to Louis Chrlstlan
son, lots 5 and G, Idaho Addition to
North Bend; $285.
Kinney and Waite, to Conrad
Kjelland, lots 15 and 16, block 23,
Coos Bay Plat C; $375.
United States, to Mary E. Forney,
S. E. quarter, section 22, township
C. B. Cannon, to Chas. S. Russell,
Und quarter of S. E. quarter, section
22, X. W. quarter, section 26, X. E.
quarter, section 26, township 28, 10;
C. B. Cannon, to Albert Sholes,
Und three quarters of S. E. quarter,
section 22, X. W. and X. E. quarter,
section 26, township 28, 10; $10.
W. C. Dement, to John E. Oren, S.
W. quarter, section 14, township 31,
United States, to Frank E. Hague,
S. W. quarter, section 24, township
W. L. Cobb, to Thos. Cobb, lot 4,
block 1, lots 3 and 4, block 4, lots
5, and 6, block 6, lots 11 and 12,
block 7, lots 3 and 4, block 10, lots
5 and 6, block 11, lots 9 and 10,
block 12, lots 1, 2, 11 and 12, block
13, lots 13 and 14, block 15, Und
half of lot 11, block 15, Central Place
addition to Coos Bay; $1.
"W. L. Cobb, to Lula A. Ellison, lots
3 and 4, block 13, Und half lot 6,
block 14, Central Place addition to
Coos Bay; $1.
W. L. Cobb, to W. T.. Wright, lots
3 and 4, block 6, Und half lot 15,
block 13, Central Place addition to
Coos Bay; $1.
United States, to James Wright,
S. E. quarter, section 26, township
W. L. Cobb, to J. H. Booth, lots
13 and 14, block 15, Central Place
addition to Coos Bay; $1.
E. G. Perham, to Agnes Hutcheson,
lot 4, Ferndale Park addition to
Max Leonhardt et al to Herman
Smithgall, Und half of lots 21, 22,
23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 2S, 29 and 30,
block 39, Railroad addition to Marsh-
East Marshfield Land Co., to
Chas. Westman, lot 29, block 45,
East Marshfield; $132.
Cora E. Reibe and husband, to
Harvey Metcalf, lots 21 and 22, block
74, Railroad addition to Marshfield;
Theo." Marcollo. to Mildred A.
Bonebrake, lots 1 and 2, block S,
M. J. McDonald, to Jonathan Snow,
lot 10, block 47, Elliott's addition to
Edward E. Oakes to Xels Rasmus
sen, S. E. quarter of X. E. quarter,
section 11, township 28, 14; $500.
MAB-SDEN'S COOS BAY BOTTLING WORKS
ROYAL SELECT 'GAMBRINUS BOTTLED BEER
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Quarts, Pints and One Half Pints.
Phone Orders promptly attended to. Phone 481.
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I FOR SALE
I wish to acknowledge my appre
ciation and to thank my friends and
neighbors for the kindness shown
during the sickness and death of my
wife. B. D. JOXES,
? & Acres Good Platting Ground
J Underlaid WITH COAL!!
$2000 Cash-Balance Easy Terms
Just South of C. A. Smith's New Saw Mdi
and Two Miles South of Marshfield, ad
joining the Townsite 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
For your Real Estate or Business
I CAN GET
AIM AXI) PURPOSE.
The aim and purpose of the Coos
lay Times is to aid in the upbuild
ing and development of the Coos Bay
(country. The press has ever been a
Kfactor in the progress of nations. It
'occupies a peculiar position, which
iutillzed judiciously will result in the
j greatest of good to the community it
serves. The scope and breadth of
area included in the "U003 Bay
country" Is not grasped off hand.
The torritory which will eventually
Ibo dependent on Oregon s southwest-
crn outlet comprises hundreds of
lEnuare miles in the commercial and
llindustrlal heart of the state. The
Rlnv la nnt f n t illutnnt whrtn tTin fin.
Wh.nnnt.ln lAn4fn ..n.. .? .l.,.Aln..
jrjuuUMlMb b'buuviv viuic u ui;trjujJ-
ment and commerce will Burge in an
overwhelming volume Into Oregon.
KThen this state and Coos Bay will
conio Into their own, everything
benefiting Oregon will benefit Coos
T7 a 1.
Bl Wo trust the people will bear In
iiininu (no uesiro 01 una management
fto publish a paper worthy of this
Itereat coming seaport and the country
lependent on it.
It will bo our endeavor to keep In
touch personally with all matters af
fecting tho Coos Bay country, and,
through our Associated Press service,
with tho world In general.
l,Wo ask your earnest support and
And couiteou treatment are the undisputed right
of every deptsitor in this hank there are any
number of Ihem willing to tc-tify to thess facts.
Can you not add your name to our list? Informa
tion cheei fully given hy every officer and director
of the hank.
First National Bank of Coos Bay
jon.va. coKr, rresiiicnt
O. B. IHX3DALE, Vice-President
W. S. MCFAR1.AND, Caehier
No Matter What Your Property is Worth,or in What Town, City State or Territory
it is Located
If I did not have the ability and facilities to sell vour property, I certainly could not
afford to pay for this advertisement. This "ad" (like all my other "ads") is practically
sure to place on my list a number of new properties, and 1 am just as sure tosell JHese
properties and make enough monev in commissions to pay for the cost of these ads, and
make a good profit besides. That 13 why I have so large a real estate business today.
"Whv not put vour proiertv among the number that will be sold as a result of these
I will not only be able to Fell it some time but will be able to sell it quickly. I am
a specialist in quick pales. I have the most complete and up-to-date equipment. I have
branch offices throughout the country and a field force of men to find buyers.
I do not handle all lines ucually carried by the ordinary real estate agents. I MUST SELL
real estate and lots of it or go out of business. lean assure you I am not going outof
business. On the contrary, I expect to find, at the close of the year, that 1 have sold twice
as many properties as I did the pat vear, but it will first le necessary for me to "list"
more properties. I want to lit YOURS and SELL it. It dosen't matter whether you
have a farm, a home without anv land, or a business; it doesn't matter what it is worth,
or where it is located. If you will fill out the blank letter of inquiry lx;low and mail it to me
today, I will tell you how and why I can quickly convert the property into cash, and will
give "you my complete plan
FREE OF CHARGE
andn tdrasfo mehritl ing. Tho information I will give you will be of great value to you,
even if you should decide not to sell. You had better write today before you torget it.
If you want to buy any kind of a Farm, House or Business, in any part of the country
tell me your requirements. I will guarantee to fill them promptly and satisfactorily.
David P. Taff, The Land Man, 4 1 5 Kan. Ave., Topeka, Kas.
California and Oregon Coast Steamship Company.
COOS BAY to Portland and Return
If You Want to Sell Fill in, Cut Out and Mail Todaj.
Please send, without cost to me, a plan for finding
a cash buyer for my property which consists of
Town County State
m Followingis a brief description..
Lowest cash rice
If You Want to Buy Fill in.Cut Out and Mail Today
I desire to buy property corresponding approxi
mately with the following specifications : Town or
city... County State
Price between $.. and f I will pay
down and balance
Name . Address
GEO. 1). GRAY a CO., General agents,
421 Market St.. San Francisco.
'.. W. SHAW, Agent,
Marshfield. Phone 44)
GREATER COOS RAY.
i,Tho grand success attendant on
Thaf efforts of the men who solicited
fsHTb'scrlntlons yesterday for tho pro-
posed electric line speaks volumes
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lor me Bpiru ui cxiiuubium mui jiic
tells on Coos Bay. That a line to
connect tho peninsula would be a
boon Is obvious. It would also bo of
Tneatimablo value as a means of
building up that section between the
HIWO Cities. 1110 muvuiuuui. -buuuiu
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teous approval. It !s but another
ISTep forward toward tho day when
tlfo Greater Coos nay shall step into
Hh pre-ordained place as a factor In
A nice line of
Postal Cards and Bound Books
NORTON & HANSEN
1 iijjwn' iw y rwiiwT'TTwr'i"3"
ii HFRE'S YOUR CHAMPFl I
Build Cheap Cottages to Rent
FREE FACTORY SITES
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
TOWER AND SON
West Bunker Hill
The Sightly Residence Location
Lying Right AT the The New
Smith Mill, v The Most, Active
Plat, Yet Found on Coos Bay.
John W. Flanagan
TCo world's progress.