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About The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957 | View This Issue
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COOS BAY TIMES, MAKSIIFIELD, OREGON, SATUIIWAY, MAY 11,
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DOLLARS IS THE
Snnl Prize FjRlit Ends Abruptly
ad l'nrticlpants Contribute
to City's Treasury.
Kme-round prize fight was pulled
aterday afternoon In this' city,
lilch ringside seats were free of
to tho select few who at
The size of the purse was
anced after tho bout by the
The attendance was unusu-
Hnnall for an affair of this kind,
E, no doubt, to the fact that 'the
ers, Gus Mael and L. Owens,
of Marshfield, failed to an-
iice to tho cencral public the fact
AfffiAfn n'na tn n ai,iTi n 1tn,if fn
BBV..ii4 "wo .j m, oubii i muul, nc
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ot J. ai. upion aciea as reieree
E'Jack" Carter, chief of police,
as second for both men.
majority of the audience
ed to think that Owens deserved
lecislon, but as there- was no
to announce Mr. Upton thought
fee to charge Owens ?25 and
for the pleasure ho had, and
4$5 and costs for consolation.
ael and Owens got into a little
ate over a card game and started
settle tho affair with the above
lit. Mr. Carter appeared on the
ae1 just after tho first round and
Ikjjthem before Recorder J. M. Up-
FOR SALE. A Jersey cow and calf.
WANTED. Wt North DendWtel, a
dining room girl, immediately.
WANTED.-v-A- strong womariUr girl
to care tf ederly lady. Aftply to
Mrs H. Wsstacken. A-27-tf
ake $250 cash.
re Times ofllco
WANTED-flldn to work in sUwlnlll.
ages $2 Va day and uWard.
Simpson? Jvuniber Co. a2i-tt.
Howard Is Milking Improvements
in Jewelry Store.
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mto an extensive change In his
ore, which will materially heln In
he appearance of the establishment.
ew weathered oak wall cases and
Slate glass show cases have but re-
G&fatly been added. The most lmport
jKtit Improvement Is the enlargement
tho room by an addition fourteen
Kjtefet long running the entire width
t the Toom.
-The present building is to be re-
BSidved to tho back part of the lot and
mg addition put on in front. The ex
Hwvations for the rock foundation of
lie entiro building have been com
pleted, and active carnenter work
ijSsrlll begin in a few days. It is hoped
Jo have the improvements finished In
about ten days.
absence of Iseveral
rown Buck" hasVagaln
NOTICE-fBlds will be' received for
papering and painting my house.
Mrs. Agnes Hwthinson. Marsh-
neld. J V 3-2 ltf
NOTICE.! Thoso havlngV brftgage
stored Lft the Central htel will
pleasMcall for same by itme 1 or
It wifWbe sold. -7-22t
FOR RENT. Rooms Ip'tho Rogers
buildlrlg; suites oiingly. Apply
S. C. Rogers, stjwfriier Coos River,
or E. j). Hall, A street.
FOR SAIJE. Small gasoline launch
In perfect conditioii, with enclosed
cabin; silso bojifr house for same.
Address" P. O. Box 22G C-7-Gt
FOR RENT. Two furnished house
keeping Vrooms suitable for man
and wife Jn Windsorblock. Apply
to Fred JohnsonsEagle saloon,
North Bend. 4-28-tf
res for farming
ready unt and
m landV$25 per
son, Ninth Inlet.
laindgv An time.
2 acres goodUAM
Half cash fnt
FOR SALE Foir acres of Waif d In
South MaYnfleiy for the neVt sixty
days. Address B. A. 11. A30-2m
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MUSIC Secure" the Irish Orchestra
for high grade mWc on any occa
sion. McDV-by.'.conductor and
violin instructor, Marshfield, Ore
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Dr. F. P. Bergan and wife, of Min
nesota, will arrive hero in a few days
overland from Roseburg. Mr. and
Mrs. Bergan'are coming hero to look
over the situation with a view of lo
cating hero permanently. Mrs. Bcr
gan Is a sister of J. E. Oren, local
manager foj- tho C. A. Smith Lumber
and Manufacturing company.
FOR SALE M 0 cres commanding
quarter milWot water front on
ship channiyn Coos Bay at a bar
gain. SeeTlUe Guarantee & Ab
stract Co. 2-5-tf
Smtfc nf (mjmt
(Capifttl atitrlt fulltV flatu up
Eruiuufrfn it yrttrru SankItiB
iNitrnj liicuu, lyrcgnu
Dr. Bancroft I
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ERVC AND qiRONIC "
LtS OUR SPECIALTY j
WILL BE ATU ;
IGON, NArth Bend i
cay to oaiiu-aay, E
, 9, 10 ahdll.
I f AT EMPIRE CITY I
I Monday : TilecdayMayl2:13 j
'QlKTr. v.i,v,l;-."l ivvimi!t'iix3:aiM!nc3&y
&. Bennett Bank
Cnpltii Subscribed JoO.W
C'anitm l'nid t'n tlOM
UnilMdcd I'rollts 35.(XVl
Docs ft Bcncrllbnnkliif; busJncsa
on the DankYoi Callfornlft, Snn
Calif., Ktrt aatonl Hntik Purtlonr
National BMik, Roseburg, Or., Hi
tlonal Ban, K
Son, Londqh, ni
Also self chai
cities ol Kuropi,
v York, N. M,
ge on nearly all
. fiiiblect to cheekl s;
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lock botai for rent at S cents
(5. a J car,
INTEREST PAID ON TIME! DEPOSITS
fe deposit '
month or I
ai wr Fountain
Hour of the finest water
front lots in MaflshfielcL
i I 2 1
Good reason for selling
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THE Coos Pay Country is a fiel Jaden with
innumerable opportunities pvery man
wlio has ej'es to see may see Ahem if ho
will. Yet, as always, men are Ulmd blind
when the very atmosphere is breahiiK oppor
tunity into their ears.
Energy, enthusiasm, pluck, lletermiViation
these are the'requiromonts todfay!
Young men, if ever in youy lifetime, riivise
yourself here and now.
Think cud think, and thfen UU, This is
no time, no place for tho laggard. Coos Ba
wants men, men who will sny, "I will," and
WILL, strong men, men with courage, men
who will ; every time thej' aye tripped light on
their feet again. Here avoj have an empire
snread before us. Beautiful and fertile val
leys, a majestic baj' and charming lakes, glori
ous mountains and river scenery,' wonderful
forests, vast coal fields, mines of gold, silver,
copper, nickel, iron, clays, stone and what not.
Rivers, lakes and bays teeming with delicious
fish, including, on thoir banks, every grain,
grass, fruit and vegetable known, also sunshine
and rain, just enough of each not to disturb tho
equitable condition of affairs. Ye5?, wo havo'it;
wo are in possession of it an empire pregnant
with hidden resources and possibilities that
almost stagger tho imagination.
Hero opportunity lies equally within tho
reach of all. Tho power to see it is the differ
once in men. It is our business to lesson this
difference by presenting roal estate bargains to
IERS LAND COMPANY
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Tim is tho clwof worker in piling up Coos
Bay Ileal Estate. An investor hero does not
need oxtraorclinayy business sagacity. A com
paratively smalliimount of cash mixed with
common sons npd pationco is sufficient,
Wo have fir sale choico business and resi
dence lots inKprth Bond, Mavshfield and
Wo Buvfnnd sel lot . in every platted ad
dition on Cos Bay.
We have good bargains in coal, timber,
tide and agriculture lands.
Alsjo pleasanti summer resort locations.
Write what you want. We always