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THK DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSIIFJKLD, OREGON, TUUItSDAY, MAY 10, 1007.
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COOS BAY TIMES
KIGURKS TFXIi THE STORY
In the year 1897 there departed
from Coos Bay 3G4 vessels of various
kinds; in the year 1907, ten years
later, there departed from the bay
80G boats, an Increase of over 125
per cent In departing boats In ten
years. The cold figures In this case
tell a story of progress and develop
ment more graphic and forceful than
any article replete with richly colored
phrases. It convoys to the most
casual reader a prophecy of fragrant
with future expanding growth and
almost unbounded scope.
1 795 to 1907
A Paragraph History of Coob
County Told From Time To
Captain Technor, In command of
the steamer Sea Gull, of San Fran
cisco and the Columbia river, thouji
he saw wonderful opportunities at
Port Orford and established a settle
ment on June 9, 1851. Nine men
were unloaded nnd twelve more were
to have been added on the return trip
of the- steamer. On the return trip
the men who had joined the settle
ment hud disappeared and Indica
tions pointed to a massacre.
On July 14, 1851, another settle
ment, of 67 'men, was made and the
blockhouses wore erected. In 1851
a trail was cut through the forests to
tho south fork of the Coqullle river.
The party of eight men then took
boat and rowed almost to the mouth
of the river. Hero the boat drifted
into shoal water and Instantly the
savages rusned out from tho under
brush and hacked five of the men to
'death, tho other threo escaping.
MARINE NEWS j
New Gasoline Hunt.
S. C. Rogers Is having a fino, large
gasolluu motor boat constructed at
tho Holland boat works, which when
completed will bo 0110 of the largest
and best launches of its kind on the
bay. Tho launch will bo fitted with
a thirty horse power Standard gaso
line engine Tho boat Is about 45
The following tablo shows tho
high and low tldos at Emplro for
each dny during the coming .week:
II 1Kb Water.
A. M. P. M.
Thu., 10.. . 2:10 8.3 4:03 C.4
Fri 17.,.. 3:1G 7.9 4:43 8.4
$1 K er
Mon 20. ,
h. m. Feet
. 9:3S 0.3
h. m. Feet
To find tlu tide hours at other
Coos Bay points, figure aa follows:
At the bar, -0.43; at North Bend, add
0.40; nt Marphfleld, add 1.51; ut
Mllllngton, add 2.15.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Furnished by the Title Guarantee
and Abstract company, Henry Seng
Heirs of Samuel R. Roblson to T.
T. Land, lot 8, block 21, lot 1, block
50, Elliott's addition to Coqullle;
John J. O'Nell and wife to Emilo
Ferrari, lots 14 and 15, block 3,
Ocean View addition to North Bend;
R. S. Sheridan and wife to Bennett
Trust .Co., E. half of S. W. quarter
of Sec. 15, and E. half of N. W.
quarter Sec. 22-28-13; $100.
T. R. Sheridan et al to Bennett
Trust Co., E. half of S. W. quarter of
Sec. 15, and E. half of N. W. quar
ter of Sec. 22-2S-13; $100.
Ross Hanson to Ellen Sneddon,
lots 23 and 24, block 50, Railroad
addition to Marshfield; $2,000.
M. J. McDonald to O. W. Martin,
a parcel of land adjoining block 64,
Elliott's addition to Coqullle; $10.
Edgar L. Wheeler to C. L. Bone
brake; lots 21 and 22, block 6,
Azalea Park addition to Bandon;
L. D. Kinney to L. T. Matthews,
lot 7, block 01, Plat B; $500
L. D. Kinney to James B. Mllner,
lots 5, G, 13, 14, 17 and 18, block
42, and lots 1 and 2, block 17;
L. D. Kinney to Homer West, lots
3 and 4, block 39, Plat "C;"-$300.
L. D. Kinney to B. F. Wyatt, lots
9, Q and 11, block 61, Plat B;
L. D. Klntioy to 13. F. V'yrtt, lo"3
11 and 12, block 45; lots 10, 19 and
20, block 41; lots 9 and 10, block
44, Plat C; $1,200.
Edgar L. Wheeler to J. E. T.
Reese, lot 1, block 4, Azalea Park
addition to Bandon; $10.
Guy C. Bnrnum to Ida M. Warner,
N. half of S. W. quarter of lot 4, Sec.
7-26-13, 5 acres; $10.
Simpson Lumber Co. to P. H.
Hughes, lots 25 and 2G, block S2,
Western addition to North Bend; $5.
I. T. Weekly to O. C. Rice, timber
on lots 7, 8 and 9, and S. E. quarter
of S. W. quarter, una S. 'W. quarter
of S. E. quarter Sec. 2S-28-11; $10.
I. T. Weekly to O. C. Rice, timber
on S. E. quarter of N. W. quarter;
N. half of S. E. quarter, and S. E.
quarter of S. E. quarter 28-28-11;
Oakley & Arnold
CIVIL AND MECHANICAL
North Bend, Ore.
Office in Mcjerj BIdg.
A Record of 2
Years Hard Work
on the Part of
the Mayor and
Council : : : :
Sails for San Francisco Saturday, May II
F. S DOW Agent
MARSDEN'S COOS BAY BOTTLING WORKS
ROYAL SL1ECT GAMBRINUS BOTTLED BEER
Quarts, Pints and One Half Pints.
Phone Orders promptly attended to. Phone 401.
Ice Cream Soda
Coos Bay Specials
Jf you are, 3011 can come
here expecting to soe many
suits to interest you in our
tremendous and varied stock
of spic-and-span now clothing
for Spring and Summer,
at within-reason prices? which in styie vy d
assortment is on a par with
that shown by tho leading clothing establishments
of Now York City. If you haven't been in this
Spring to see the splendid values we offer in
you shouldn't delay coming another day. You
can't find tho equal of this celebrate 1 clothing
anywhere in town under a third more than we ask.
Of strictly high-grade, dependable materials, fault
loss in cut and tailoring and up-to-the-minute in
advanced fashion, you can make p. selection of any
suit at $12 to $30 with every assurance of perma
nent satisfaction and that you got tho best value
obtainable at the price you paid.
Your inspection is especially requested of our
Spring Sack Suits at $15
We ask 3 ou to judge these suits by the $18 and
$20 standards of other stores as far as the quality is
concerned, and for stylo, workmanship and finish, with to-measure-mado suits
costing $30 or more. Do this and you will surely purchase one of these suits at
15 in newest patterned worsteds, cheviots and cassimeres in tho fashionable
gray, blue and brownish tones.
Smart Spring Suits for Boys, $2.50 to $12
Clothes made of tested fabrics in handsome patterns', strongly tailored to
resist wear and hold their shapeliness permanently values that sell elsewhere
at $3.50 to $15, hero in a great assortment of attractive models at $2.50 to $12. -
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