The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957, July 11, 1907, Daily Edition, Page 5, Image 5

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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES. MARSHF1ELD. OREGON. THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1907.
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EXTEND LIFE
IMorlh Bend Council Grants
Seymour Bell Gas Priv
ileges for 50 Years.
WORK TO BEGIN AT ONCE
Construction of 1'Iant Will
Hushed to Completion Lo
cated at Porter.
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years, and during that timo lias never
tnlesed a shift. When asked it the
rumored action woa to tako place,
Mr. McCulloch verified it and said
ho had other prospects which prom
ised wall, and therefore intends to
resign. Ills numerous friends will
bo pleased to learn that ho Is likely
to improve his circumstances.
CHAMBER COMMERCE
MEETS FRIDAY EVE
Will llo rii-st Mooting Which Walter
Lyons Will Have
Attended.
The city council of North Bend
held a mooting Tuesday night and
jortended tho franchise lately granted
Uoymow Dell lor gas privileges
pin thirty years to fifty years.
Work on the gas plant has heen
waiting somo time on this action and
now that tho extension has been
made, Mr. Boll has ordered work to
commence tho fore part of next week
and continuo uninterruptedly until
the plant is ready for operation both
la Marshfleld and North Bond.
As stated in this paper some weeks
f since, tho plant will bo located on
Uand adjoining the central station of
tfle elcctiic system, at Porter. Tho
gas system will bo high pressure,
and will bo manufactured by tho
Cincinnati Gas Machine Company of
Cincinnati, Ohio. Crude oil from tho
California oil fields, will bo em
ployed In making gas, and Mr. Bell
states tho plant will bo completed
and in operation within flvo months.
Tho piping for the main conduits
leading from tho plant to each city
Avlll bo three-Inch steel, and It will
follow tho water level for most of
the distance both ways.
FURNITURE COMPANY
BEGINS OPERATIONS
Tho regular meeting of tho Marsh
field Chamber of Commerce will ho
hold on Friday of this week in tho
room on Front street. Tho presi
dent and members arc anxious there
should bo a largo attendance, nnd
beliovo that since tho meeting of
Tuesday night was so propitious,
thero will ho meetings hereafter
which will bo of great moment.
This meeting will bo the first the
now secretary, Walter Lyons, will
havo heen present at, and it will
offer an opportunity for the members
and citlcns to moot him and aid him
in becoming familiar with the condi
tions in tho Coos Bay country.
Tho Chamber of Commerce execu
tive committee hold a meeting at the
assembly room yesterday morning.
Klnstry's relatives in Oregon City.
Her mother, Mrs. Surfus, is anxious
for tho woman to return to Oregon
City and resldo there.
Her sister, Mrs. .1. C. Ware, wife
of the United Brethren minister of
Oregon City, writes that McKinstry
has always abused his wife and they
have often tried to prevail upon her
to loavo him, but without avail. Sho
also wrote that tho friends havo nl
wajs boon expecting such an un
fortunate and disgraceful termina
tion of tho marriage. Mrs. McKin
stry departed for the city by tho falls
on Tuesday.
VAUDEVILLE FOR
COOS BAY PEOPLE
Skating
Into
Kink Will He Converted
Amusement House for
Summer Mouths.
SALOON MEN
PROTEST LICENSE
!o Not Fancy the liaising of the
Yearly License Fee to
i;;soo.
Since tho Times published tho pro
ceedings of Saturday night's meet
ing of tho city council, some dismay
has prevailed among tho liquor in
terests of Via city, and steps are be
ing taken towards presenting an ap
peal for no clange in the license fee.
The proposed license would raise the
present saloon feo to $S00 a-year.
What will no doubt bo good news
to the amusement loving people of
Coos Bay is the announcement that
Gus A. Ilager of Hager's Amuse
ment Enterprises, left Portland
liu untaygpaprTHawyrjjwcHjgxagaiaTmgwrafa
on tho Alliance, July 10, for
Marshfleld, where ho and Mr. Avery,
manager of tho skating rink, will
comblno interests and turn tho skat
ing rink Into a vaudeville house for
tho summer months.
Mr. Haget comes very highly rec
ommended and there is no doubt but
what tho undertaking will be highly
successful.
HOTEL COMMITTEE
HOLDS MEETING
The Hotel Committee appointed by
tho Chamber of Commerce Tuesday
night met last evening In the Cham
ber of Commerce building and dis
cussed tho hotel outlook. Arrange
ments were made to solicit subscrip
tions for a suitable hotel site, and
it is believed before night this com
mittee will havo corralled enough
funds for presenting a valuable and
convenient place for tho erection of
a modern hotel.
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North liend Concern J Fas Orders
Enough to Keep Humiing
Several Mouths.
Tho Coos Bay Furnituro Company,
of North Bend, will open its factory
tho first of next week and commenco
operations with a forco of seven or
eight experienced workmen. Mr.
Duncan, manager of tho concern, has
work ahead for a period of six
months, all first class and high grade.
Among tho first articles ho will
turn out is tho set of fir upholstered
furniture which was ordered for the
Governor's room in tho stato houso
by tho North Bond Commercial Club.
Thero are other orders for specially
finished work, and all native and
several foreign woods will be worked.
A specialty will be slash-grain fir,
another myrtle.
bert Mcculloch
to resign position
Popular Night Watchman Hns Bet
ter Prospects In View
Excellent Record.
Tho resignation of Bert McCulloch
, -l bo considered at the next meet-
, of tho city council. Mr. Mcuui-
c. has heen night watchman for
Viclty for a period or nearly four
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MRS. McKINSTRY
LEAVES MARSHFIELD
Goes to Parents' Homo In Oregon
City Husband Has Alu-nys
Mistreated Her.
Rev. D. W. Thurston, who, wTth
Mrs. Thurston, interested himself in
tho case of Mrs. McKinstry, has re
ceived several letters from Mrs. Mc-
nnrriniiinnJiMnni.il
Per month, 1
per week
RESSED
BAYLISS & MERCER
New Pantatorium Building
Suits called for and
. delivered ..
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A few choice 5 and 10-acro tracts close In. Good transportation.
Two daily boats to Marshfiold, North Bend, faro 25 cents round trip.
Dally mail. Telephone connections, Farmers' Lino No. 2 passes through
tho land. Wagon road to East Marshfiold. The county railroad through
to that part of Marshfleld is bound to bring it to tho front. This
property will bo takon off tho market August ID, 1007.
See diaries Doane or W. J. fast.
Marshfield Oregon.
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Business Colleg
North Bend, Oregon
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS
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I Best view on the peninsula, also vacant lots in the
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Roast Pork Today.
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You will agree" with us when
we say: Get quality hy all
means its vital; but don't
overlook style. You can just
as well have the newest design,
the proper length coat, the lat
est shape lapels, tho right pro
portioned shoulders, and you
should see that you get these
essentials.
No matter where you live,
or what your calling may be,
3rou are certain in buying Adler
garments that you are properly
dressed. There's quality and
st'le in an Adler garment a
liberal supply of both, they are
always distinguished for their
refined apperance. We are sole
agents for David Adler & Sons
fine tailored clothing.
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Come right in for Lunch and
Dinner today Cuisine perfect;
service unequaled The nicest
appointed restaurant on Coos
Bay Table and lunch counter
trlde solicited If you are going
to pay for a dinner why not come
where you can get the BEST.
Dinriing room board $500
per week lunch counter board
$400 per week Best of at
tention given
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