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BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, PRECOX. WEDNESDAY MAY, 1007.
TILE DAILY COOS
LEAGUE TO OPEN
Myrtle Point, Co qui lie, North Bend
and Marshfield Will Compose
North Ilcnd l'luycrs Win From Marsh
field In Closely Played
The baseball game played Sunday
afternoon between Marshfield and
North Bend was won by the team
from the lntter city by a score of
G to 3. The game was closely contest
ed from start to finish and a great
deal of enthusiasm was displayed
"by tho large number of people
Tho next game will be played Sun
day afternoon between" the same
teams on the local grounds.which
are being put in excellent condition.
They will be in shape by Wednesday
to permit of practice. The grounds
which will commence every after
noon tho weather aU about 3:30
The team continues to gain in form
and Captain McKeown is confident
that he will soon have a strong ag
greagatlon. The league consisting of teams
from Myrtle Point, Coqullle, North
Berid and this city will begin playing
on a regular schedule a week from
Sunday. Tho local team will be ont
In its new uniforms at the opening
of the league season.
The steamer F. A. Kilburn arrived
yesterday from San Francisco with
a good sized cargo and full passenger
list. Owing to the heavy amount of
outgoing freight tho vessel suffered
a day's delay at Coos Bay.
The Plant left yesterday morning
at 4 o'clock for San Francisco with
a large cargo and several passengers.
ALLIANCE COMING. -
Tho steamer Alliance will leave
Portland Wednesday night bound for
Coos Bay and is billed to sail from
BERWICK COMES IN?"'
-Tho gasoline schooner Berwick
from Rogue River arrived in the;bay
yesterday after freight,
yesterday after freight. Mrs.R. D.
Hume will return to the Rogue River
on the Berwick.
ThG Gleaner douKed yesterday at
Porter where she will bo loaded with
a cargo of lumber from the Simp
Noah Folk of Loon Lake was In
tho city yesterday-attending to bus-
, Tf -
John R.jgjjtl of Humbolt county,
California, arrived on the Kilburn
yesterday. Mr. Easts interested In
racing stock and will1, enter several
horses In the race meet at Marsh
field the coming fall.
R. L. Edmonston, et al, to T.
Edwin Lewis, et al, lots 15, 1G, 17
and 18, block 7, Edmonston's First
addition to Marshnold; $200.
Bennett Trust Co., to Edgar L.
"Wheelor, lot 11, block 10, Bennett's
Bnndon Beach; $10.
WANTED. Good family horse; bay
mare preferred. F. A. Golden.
FOR RENT Six room house on Pine
street. Inqulro Pnlace restaurant.
WANTED Young lady for clerk.
Apply local telephone office. L. R.
WANTED. An apprentice to learn
the trade. North Bend Cigar Man
WANTED Two girls for operators
at the Marshfield telephono office.
Pacific Telephone Co. t
FOR SALE Household goods for
sale and house for rent. Address
Mrs. J. F. Bowman, Marshfield.
Ray Kaufman, son .of Mrs. I. S
Kaufman, who has been employed in
the Exchange Bank of Spokane for
some time past has arrived in this
city to accept a position as assistant
cashier of the First National Bank.
Mr. Kaufman has had a wide exper
ience in banking. He was on Coos
Bay about two years and prefers it
to any of tho country he has J)een in
Wilson Kaufman and his wife who
have been away on a business trip
for the past several weeks wlllarrlvo
from Portland on next Alliance. Mr.
Kaufman Is accompalned by several
parties from Spokane, Washington.
J. H. Price of Allegany was a
Marshfield visitor yesterday.
J. E. Fitzgerald of North Coos
River spent yesterday attendingflflll
Ttlver spent yesterday in this city on
Judge E. D. Sperry accompanied
by his wife and daughter passed
through Marshfield, Sunday enroute
for Empire where the party will
spend a few weeks by the sea.
WANTED A no. 1 good farm and
dairy hand with family to take
charge of dairy. Good wages. Will
also pay $40 per month and board
for an assistant, married or single
and furnish a good house for man
with family. E. L. Bessey, Coos
River. Phone, Coos 208. 5-16
FOR SALE Four acres of land In
South Marshfield for the next sixty
days. Address B. A. 11. 4-30-2m
WANTED. To rent two or more
rooms for housekeeping, furnished
for man and wife. P. O. Box 388.
NOTICE. Those having baggage
stored at tho Central hotel will
please call for same by Juno 1 or j
it will bo sold. 5-7-2 2t
FOR RENT. Rooms In the Rogers
building; suites-or singly. Apply
S. C. Rogers, steamer Coos River,
or E. O. Hall, A street.
MUSIC Secure tho Irish Orchestra
for high grade music on any occa
sion. McDerby, conductor and
violin instructor, Marshfield, Ore
FOR RENT. A five-room house;
good furniture for sale; to bo va
cated by 1st of July. Phone 1194.
Mr. G. T. Holtzclaw, South Marshfield.
We now have in stock a most beaut
iful display of dining room furniture.
Sideboards, tables, china cabinets, in
fact, everything to furnish your dining
room complete with the most artistic,
beautiful and durable furniture to be
FOR SALE 40 acres commanding
quarter mllo of water front on
ship cnannei on jos nay i u. ui
gain. See, Title' Guarantee & Ab
stract Co. 2-B-tf
FOR SALE OR RENT. A four-room
house and furniture for' sale. See
Dr. Love of North Bend, 0reo
WANTED. Man and wife on farm,
or a lady cook; good wages. Ad
dress B. C. D., care Times office.
WANTED Men to work In sawmill,
wages $2 a day and upward.
Simpson Lumber Co. 8-24-tf.
FOR RENT. Two furnished house
keeping rooms suitable for man
and wife in Windsor block. , Apply
to Fred Johnson. Eagle saloon
North Bend. .4-28-tf
C. A. JOHNSON
FOR SALE Twelve acres of land-on
Coos river. One aero hill land and
rest bottom land; unimproved. For i
further particulars address
FOR SALE. 62 acres for farming
land, 25 acres already burnt and
2 acres good bottom land, $25 per
acre. Jackob Mattson, North Inlet.
Half cash and remainder on time.
WILSON & THOMAS
Contractors and Builders
Offico fixtures a specialty. Store Fronts, Counters,
Shelving. Let us work out your plans. See us he
Shop opposite Bear's Livery Stable, North Front Street
THE CITY OF
0,N THE MAINLAND
In Full View of Marshfield
Plat B And North Bend
Where Rail md Sail Will Meet
It will pay you to inspect this New Townsite
One and one half miles water front.
J 50 acres tidelarid sites for mills and factories.
On deep water-east channel of Coos River.
3000 platted lots size 25x120.
Streets 100 feet and 66 feet wide alleys 20 feet.
LOTS. 35.00 TO $350.00
Take our launch.
Coos Bay Townsite Co,
N. F. THRONE, Sec, Marshfield, Ore.
OfficeOpposite Central Hotel - Marshfield, Oregon
Opportunity Never Does
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THE Coos Bay Country is a field laden with
innumerable opportunities, Every man
who has eyes to see may see them if ho
will. Yot, as always, mon are blind blind
when tho very atmosphere is breathing oppor
tunity into their ears.
Energy, enthusiasm, pluck, determination
those aro tho requirements today!
Young men, if ever in your lifetime, rouse
yourself hero and now.
Think end think, and then DO, This is
no time, no place for tho laggard. Coos Bay
wants men, mon who will say, "I will," and
WILL, strong mon, men with courage, men
who will ; every timo they aro tripped light on
thoir feet again. Here wo havo an empire
spread boforo us. Beautiful and fertile val
leys, a majestic bay and charming lakes, glori
ous mountains and river scenerj', wonderful
forests, rast coal fields, mines of gold, silver,
copper, nickel, iron, clays, stono 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 the
equitable condition of affairs. Yes, wo have it;
we aro in possession of it an empire pregnant
with hidden resources and possibilities that
almost stagger the imagination.
Here opportunity lies equally within tho
reach of all. Tho power to see it is tho differ
ence in men. It is our business to lessen this
difference by presenting real estate bargains to
Time is the chief worker in piling up Coos
Bay Real Estate. An investor here does not
need extraordinary business sagacity. A com
paratively small amount of cash mixed Avith
common sense and patience is sufficient.
We have for sale choice husiness and resi
dence lots in North Bend, Marshfield and
We Buy and sell lot i in every platted ad
dition on'Goos Bay.
We have good bargains in cool, timber,
tide and agriculture lands.
Also pleasant summer resort locations.
Write what you want. We always
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