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DAY DAIIl .IMES, MAKdnFIELD, OIIEQOX,
TUESDAY, JULY fe. 1007
Editorial Rooms - - - 1331
Business Office - - - - 1331
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nlty in Coos county. For every
lino of newsmatter turned in
correspondents will bo liberally
paid. In a short timo the paper
will bo materially enlarged and
equipped with new machinery.
Its aim is to build up and devel
op the richest country on the
Pacific coast and In tho United
Stntes. To attain that end tho
paper Is not only willlnc. but de
termined to spend money. If
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COOS HAY TIM KS,
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Funeral Monday Tho body of the
Into Thomas Nicholls, who died at
Mercy Hospital, North Bend, Friday
night after a long Illness was burled
In Marshflold Monday afternoon at 2
o'clock, Rev. W. B. F. Browne, pastor
of tho Methodist church officiating.
Alfred Nicholls, a brother of tho late
Thomns Nichols is In Mercy Hospital
recovering from a recent operation.
Thomas Nicholls came to Coos Bay
in 187C, and slnco that timo has been
a resident of South Slough, and was a
woll known man to tho older resi
dents of Coos Bay.
New Balls Work will bo started
In n short timo in replacing tho light
rails in tho yards and over part of
tho system of tho C. B. It. & E. It. It.,
tho 45-pound rails now In use to bo
replaced by C2-pound rails. Ono
hundred tons of this rail nrrlved yes
torday from San Francisco on tho
Sotoyomo. Tho light rails will bo
used In logging carnps.
Funeral Monday Tito body of tho
lato Thomas Nicholls, who died at
Mercy Hospital a few days ago, was
burled yesterday In tho local como-
tory, tho funeral taking place from
tho Johnson undertaking parlors at
2:30 o'clock. Rev. W. It. F. Browno
lomclated. A large number of friends
were present at tho burial.
Kiideiuor McetH. A meeting of
the Christian Endeavor Society of
the Presbytorian Church will be
hold Tuesday night at that church, at
which time the delegate!, to tho In
ternational convention of the Chris
tian Endeavor Society in Seattle will
probably be selected. At prosont
there arc about twelve or fifteen who
expect to attend the convention.
Honors Clergy 1'ass.es. Word has
recently been received by tho Coos
Bay Ministerial Union from J. Charl
ton, of the Western Passenger Asso
ciation to tho effect that clergy cer
tificates issued by that bureau will
bo honored by the C. B. It. and E.
"File Spot" Hum The gasoline
schooner Sotoyomo arrived from San
Francisco Sunday with a cargo of
thirteen flats, the "Five Spot" and
100 tons of rails for the C. B. B. &
E It. It. & N.-Co. She left San
Francisco Wednesday noon, arriving
off the bar at midnight Saturday.
Kink Concert To-night. D. L.
Avery, manager of tho skating rink,
will givo the third of his series of
band concerts at the ring tonight
between tho hours of 7 and 10
o'clock. Tho Acme band will fur
nish tho music.
Life Saors Examined. For the
past week tho members of the Life
Saving crew have been coming to
Marshflold to bo examined by Dr. J.
T. McCormac, as Is the yearly cus
tom. All havo passed in good form.
Jicnvcs lilfc Saving Service. L.
W. Culbertson, for the nast three
years a member of tho Coos Bay Life
Saving crow, was yesterday honor
ably discharged and will not enter
tho service for another period, having
decided to build a residence at North
Steamers Leave. Tho steamers
Alliance and Plant sailed Sumlnv
afternoon for Portland and San
Francisco respectively. The former
loft North Bend at 4:30 and tho lat
ter at 3:00. Both vessels carried a
number of passengers.
New Launch W. S. McFarland's
now motor boat "Towme" was
launched last ovenlng from Sam
uuroys Uoat building works. This
launch is ono of tho best finished
crafts on tho bay.
Director's Meeting. The directors
of the First Trust and Savings Bank
Of Coos Bay will hold n mnnHnf
Tuesday ovoning, July 9, at which
tho oillcers will probably bo
Boone, a conductor on No. 2 freight,
sprained his anklb uadly yesterday
and will bo unable to work for sev
Firemen's Annual Ball. The fire
men will hold, their annual ball
Thursday evening, July 4, In the
Odd Fellows' Hall. Tho music for
tho danco will be furnished by the
Coos Bay Orchestra. The local fire
men are all volunteers serving with
Hopin Leaves The schooner
Hugh llogan went down the bay
Saturday, loaded with lumber from
the C. A. Smith Lumber & Manufac
turing company mill. The Hognn
received a part cargo from Gardiner.
Pacific Ocean Until. A party of
Marshfield people yesterday donned
bathing suits and took a dip in the
Pacific. They reported fine water
and an enjoyable time.
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by E. Mingus, local
Set maximum 02
Wind S. W., Cloudy
Tom Coko, N. Gl; Mrs. Lizzie But
ler, Secretary. Meets second and
fourth Wednesdays, Odd Fellows
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Myrtle Lodge, No. 3, K. P. Chas.
Nordstrom, C. C; Tom Hall, Keep
er of Records. Meets first and
third Mondas, K. P. Hall.
Pjdilan Sisters Laurel Tomplcj No.
38. Mrs. Dcsslo Nicholson, M. E.
C; Mrs. Nellie Whereat, M. of R.
and C. Meets first and third Wed
nesdays. WOODMKX OF THE WORLD.
Camp No. 100, W. O. W. W. p.
Murphy, C. C; W. U. Douglas,
Clerk. Meets second and fourth
Tuesdays, Odd Fellows Hall.
Coos Bay Click', No. 1C4, Women of
Woodcraft. Mrs. Nora Daly, G. N.
Mrs. M. Cowan, Clerk. Meets
second and fouith Mondays, Odd
Coos Tribe, No. 33, Improved Order
of Itadnicn. F. A. SacchI, Sa
chets; George Farrln, Keeper of
JlsfanlA. Meets Thursdays, Red
Meeting Nights and Officers
Of Coos Bay Orders
Arngo Chapter, No. 22, R. A. M. H.
Lockhart, High Priest; Albert See
lig, Secretary. Meets fourth Wed
nesday of each month, Masonic
I'aclflc Commander. C. W. Tower,
Eminent Commandor; Albort Seo-
Hg, Secretary. Meots fourth Mon
day of each month, Masonic Tem
ple. Doric Clinpter, No. 63, O. E. S. Mrs.
Marsh, W. M.; Mrs. O. Macarty,
Secretary. Meets second and
fourth Tuesdays, Masonic Temple.
Sunset Lodge, No. 51, I. o. O. F.
L. Plauz, N. G.; Is. Lando, Secre
tary. Meets in Odd Fellows Hall.
aunset I'.ncainpincnt, I. O. O. F. A.
flagenraeister, C. P.; I. Landon,
Scribe. Meets first and Rnrnnri
Tuesdays, Odd Fellows Hall.
Better Archie Western Star Lodge, Rcbekalis. Mrs.
Vliii.:ih UKIOX OF AMERICA.
T. Nicols, F. M.; Mrs. Nellie Owen,
Secretary. Meets first and third
Tuesdays, Old Masonic Hall.
GRAND AR.MY OF THE REPU1JLIC.
Baker Post, No. S, Department of
Orogon. W. E. Thorpe, Com
mander; I. S. Kaufman, Adjutant;
C. W. Tower, Q. M. Meets second
Tuesday each month, Longshore
W. M. Hagquist, President; John
Backman, Secretary. Meets first
and third Wednesdays, hall over
Marshfield Aerie, No. 538, Fraternal
Order of Eagles. T. J. Lewis, W.
P.; H. McLain, secretary. Meets
overy Wednesday evening In Ea
gle's Hal on Front street, at 8
uegreo or Pocahontas. Sacajawea
Council, No. 9. Meets first and
third Thursdays. Maggie Welder,
Pocahontas; Ora McCarty, Keeper
Blanco Lodge, No. 48, A. F. & A.
M. Richard Walter, W. M.; Norls
Jensen, Secretary. Meets third
Thursday of each month. Masonic
Court Coos Bay, No. 15, Foresters of
America. William Longstaff, chief
Ranger; F. T. Sumner, Financial
Secretary. Meets second and
fourth Saturdays In I. O. O. F.
North Bend Camp, No. 82C1, M. W.
A. P. Malouoy, V. C; L. A. Loo
mis, clerk. Meets second and
fourth Wednesdays, 8 p. m., Tay
lor's Hall. Visiting neighbors cor
dially invited to attend.
Note. Tho Times would like to
print tho namo and meeting nights
of overy lodgo on Coos Bay. This
Directory Is for tho goneralitafor- .
matlon 01 tho puiuic anu no ea
is made. If North Bend org&i
tlons will send their names in
aamn will bo nnnrcclatsd. Editor,
One Gflj.10 Russell Holler
Ono 13x20 Russell Automat
One 35 k. w. Thompson AI
Ono 50 k. w. Thompson A
AH the ubovc machinery
It Is being taken out of 01
too small for our rcqulrcnr
fc Engine. J?
mating liriiniuy, 11
is fli-jt clussind it
puts. y I
00 volt, 125 cycle.
100 volt, 125 cycle.
good running order,
reason of its being
The Coos Bay Gas and Electric Co.
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5 room cottage, lot 35x100, on corner, $1300
cash. A bargain in North Bend.
Also 6 million feet of stumpage irf Curry County
40 per cerft, of which 'is Port Orford Cedar.
JAS. MJ CONRO
FrontSt. 3 doorspfcth of 3rd street.
These are the two best bargains
ever offered on Coos Bay
G. J. GULOVSEN
H. O. GULOVSEN
It is a delight to choose the needed weceTfrom auction of furniture which
has one's unquesting confidence. It is do'ubly agreeable when bne has the feeling
that no excess is being paid, or asked, fo ihe fa4 itjelf. In other word, nj.
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prices the best values anywhere.
I Successors to Gulovsen Bros. K- I
I Corner Broadway and C. Street , 8