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THE DAILY COOS DAY TIMES, MA11SHFIEU), OREGON, SATUIIDAV, MAY 11, 1007.
COOS COUNTY LEAVES
Lllllo AVny Will Depart
Jimiesloun on "Wednesday
of Next Week.
Miss Lllllo Way, winner In the
Telegram Jamestown exposition con
test, will leave next Wednesday for
Portland, where tho young ladles
who were successful will meet. The
party will bo entertained In Port
land two days, and on May 20 the
special car which tho contestants will
occupy will begin Its journey.
Miss Way will send letters to the
Times while en route, and also dur
ing her stay In Jamestown. She will
bo tho only representative of Coos
county at tho exposition.
KEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Furnished by the Title Guarantee
and Abstract company, Henry Seng
Wooden Ware Co., S. half of S. B.
quarter, S. E. quarter of S. W. quart
er, lot 7, section 6, S. half, section 3,
township 28, 11. Also, all section
34, township 27, 12. Also S. W.
quarter, S. half of N. W. quarter, lots
3 and 4, section 2, township 28, 11;
It. L. Edmonston et al to Sadie
K. Cook, lots 1, 2, and 3, block 2,
Edmonston's First addition to Marsh
Eva Travers, and husband, to Rich
ard Ramsey, N. half of S. half, block
45, Border and Bonder's oxtention
to Myrtle Point; ?100.
Edward Palmer to F. A. Kribs,
N. half of S. half, section 24, town
ship 2C, 10; $3,000.
A. M. Sllverton, et, al, to Menasha
Thos. VIgars, to John M. Grosvo
nor, lots 25 and 2C, block 15, Plat
A Bangor; $10.
W. L. Cobb, to S. C. Miller, Jots
5 and G, block 1, und half lot ,10,
block 15 Central Place addition; $1.
W. L. Cobb, to Wm. Van Buren,
lots 5 nnd C, block 13, und half lot
10, block 14, Central Place addition;
W. L. Cobb, to John Banks, lots
13 and 14, block 13, und half lot 5,
block 14 Central Place addition; $1.
W. L. Cobb, to S. M. Kolley, lots
7 and 8, block 13, und half of lot G,
block 5, Central Place addition; $1.
W. L. Cobb, to S. T. Smith, lots 9
and 10, block 11, nnd half of lot 12,
block 14, Central Place addition; $1.
W. W. Knight, to H. J. Peterson,
parcel in section 8, township 28, K.
13, near RIverton; $100.
Simpson Lumber Co., to Florence
R. Damon, E. half of lots 25 and 2G,
block 39, North Bend; $5.
Merchant Land Co., to Geo. Thom
ason, lots 1G and 17, Railroad addi
tion to Marshfleld; $12.
Simpson Lumber Co., to M. E.
Rumell, lots 14 and 15, block 27,
North Bend; $5.
Elbert Dyer, to R. L. GImlin, lots
1, 2, 3 and 4, block 9, Woolen Mills
addition to Bandon; $140.
Agnes R. Sengstacken, et al, to
W. O. Ash, lota 7, 8, and 9, block 7,
Coos Bay Plat B; $2250.
C. H. Chandler, to Win. M. Kay,
lot G, block 3, Fisher's addition to
J. H. Barbour to Georgo Tho
mason, lot 21, block 23, Railroad ad
dition to Marshfleld; $400.
Georgo A. Thomasos to W. S. Mc
Farland ot al, lot 21, block 23, Rail
road addition to Marshileld; $10.
H. Sengstacken to Balys A. Wads-
worth, lot G, block 3, Marshfleld I
Ella Hutcheson to William Hutch
eson, undivided half of west half of
west half of Sec. 8-27-11; $10.
J. J. Stanley to Frank Burkholder,
parcel In section 36-27-11; $10.
Edward C. Helfrlch to Nellie Hel
frich, lots 13, 14, 1C, 1G, 17 and 18,
block 12, Central addition to North
George W. Martin to Lillian J.
Whitney, lots 7 and 8, block 55; lots
1 and 2, block 64, Elliott's addition
to Coquille; $2,000.
W. L. Cobb to J. A. Smith, lots 5
and 6, block 8; lots 3 and 4, block
12; lots 5 and 6, block 15; lots 11
and 12, block 1; lots 13 and 14,
block 10; undivided half of lot 10,
block 14, lot 3, block 15, lot 13,
block 14, lot 4, block 5, Central
Place addition; $1.
Oregon and California Railroad
company to Simpson Lumber com
pany, N. E. quarter Sec. 13-30-13;
Frank Rogers to Annie Hasson,
lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, G, 7, 8 and 9, block
5, lot 2, block C, Bonanza addition to
Coos Bay; $1,000.
J. C. Snook to W. S. McFarland,
193 lots in Azalea Park addition to
Bandon; $10. "
E. F. Stutsman to W. R. Haines,
lots 3, 5 and G, block 17, Dean &
Co.'s addition to Marshfleld; $1.
Elbert Dyer to Albort T. Golithan,
lots 3 and 4, block 22, Woolen Mill
addition to Bandon; $120.
Georgo H. Smith to I. N. Wilson,
all block 21, Sunset City; $550.
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'Contractors and Builders
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uince nxiures a specialty, otore it rom
Shelving. Let ua work out your plans,
Shop opposite Bear's Livery Stable,
I JLY JLf
nnn iih hn- HE! A
North Front Street II MARSIF1EID,
SailsXfor San Francisco Saturday, May 11
: : ': OREGON
your property with
Following are i
We are in position
few of the REAL SUA
cres 4 miles from city on count;
Per acre, only
bts on Sherida
on Bainc street, cleared,
on 4th. st. near old hospital
lot50xl00, 3 blocks from post
tee ui, and Lelconvinccd
BARGAINS In the county,
have tie belt
Sails for San Francisco direct Saturday, May
I I th, atf4 p.m.
For freight anu passage apply toC. F. Mc-
SEE US FOR
Front Street Business Property
We Have Something: Tnat Will
Title Guarantee & Abstract Co,
i 4 f
5 Henry Sengstacken, Manager
THE CITY OF
ON T4HE MAINLAND
In Full View of Marshfieltl
Hat B And North Bend
Where Kail md Sail Wall Meet
It will pay you to inspect this New iTpwnslte
One and one half miles water frontJ
150 acres' tid eland sites for mills and factories.
On dcepiWater-east channel of Coos River.
3000 platted lots size 25x120. .
Streets 00 feet and 66 feet wideJ-auVs 20 feet.
LOTS 35.00 TO $3SO.OO
Take our launch.
Coos Bay Towtisite Co.
N. F. THRONE, Sec, Marshfleld, Ore
OfficeOpposlte Central Hotel - Marshfleld, Oregon
THE CENTER. OF TH1
Future Mill and Factory District
OF COOS BAY
'jfirrins the C. A. Smith Pronertv and stretches aloner the
warm sunny slopes on the west side of Isthmus Inlet
Entirely Sheltered Frony Tfre Wind
BAY PARK is the only property or the Bay suitable
forhoms that have BOTH RAILROAD AND DEEP
M. A. Sweetman
F. M. Rumrnell, Jr. 1. S. Kaufman & Co. Mrs. A. H. Stutsman
McNeil & Ferguson
Edgar L. Wheeler