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About The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957 | View This Issue
pney Sawmill On Pony
and Timber Prop
ind Ileal Estate Finns Bc-
Cooh Buy Huh Entered
fern of Prosperity.
Jb a feollnc that huBlnous
Increase on Coos Bay and
In view, the Times qucs
number of business men
pstato people regarding tho
It was found to bo gen-
uloved that a pronounced
at hand and that another
witness somo larco deals.
iapltallsts are considering
at tho present time and
6 deal was concluded yes
hen F. B. Waito purchased
ey sawmill on Pony Inlet,
on Plat E and all tho tlm-
tho Platj B properties for
This deal was considered
ostcd parties to be a very
bargain, slnco the saw mill
it nearly that amount.
1 Throne was seen in tho
the Coob Bay Townsite Co.,
red a check ho had received
I the mail for half payment
ghest priced lot in the plat
Pierce Point. Mr. Thorne
ral deais in sight and was
Lin stating that business Is
;onro was asked if lie saw
ceable improvement in con
and imparted tho lnforma
i he believed there is. He
fe have not been many sales
ho knows, but thero is a
if confidence prevailing.
Morris: "Yes, things are
Zimmer: "It will bo but a
lie before things will bo as
they were last year towards
ir part of July."
Doll: "Yes, wo find business
jg and .look for lively times
Stutsman: "Business with
uch better and I understand
th others. I find more in-
from abroad and on tho
Many newcomers aro lo
lero and this creates a de
it lots for building purposes,
lllng property along Isthmus
d find a good demand there,
prospective customers are
pleased with Broadway
Adams: "I had intended
jrae, but something told me
a few dajs. Since I had
my mind to leave, tho out
,a improved wonderfully."
r Sengstacken: "Things aro
fine, but tho pot Isn't bub-
I. Stough, tho chimney sweep,
own a few days, this week
Leavo orders at Blanco Cigar
(or cleaning chimneys and
Of all descriptions
louse paiptlng. pa-
Strictly pure stock
sold on all jobs.
J. B. Rohr
ppoeite Bear's Livery
I BIG DEAL
Meeting Nights and Officers
Of Coos Bay Orders
Illnnoo Lodge, No. 48, A. F. & A.
M. Richard Waltor, W. M.; Noris
Jcnson, Secretary. Moots third
Thursday of oach month. Masonic
ArtiKO Chapter, No. 22, It. A. M. II.
Lockhart, High Prlost; Alborb Soe
Ug, Secretary. Moots fourth Wed
nesday of eaoh month, Masonic
Pacific Commnndcry. C. W. Tower,
Eminent Commander; Albert See
llg, Secretary. Moots fourth Mon
day of each month, Masonic
Doric Chapler, No. 53, O. E. S. Mrs.
Marsh, W. M.; Mrs. O. Macarty,
Secretary. Meets second and
fourth Tuesday, Masonio Tomplo.
Sunset Iiodge, No. 51, I. O. O. F.
L. Plauz, N. 0.; I. S. Lando, Secre
tary. Meota every Friday in Odd
Sunset Kncuinpmcnt, I. O. O. F. A.
Hagenmlestor, C. P.; I. Lando,
Scribe. Meets first and second
Thursdays, Odd Fellows Hall.
Wcstwn Star Lodge, Rcbcltnhs. Mrs.
Anna Farrln, N. G.; Mrs. LIzzlo
Butler, Secretary. Meets second
and fourth Wcdnesdey, Odd Fol
KNIGHTS OF PYTinAS.
Myrtle Lodge, No. 3, K. P. Chas.
Nordstrom, C. C; Tom Hall, Keep
er of Records. Meets first and
third Mondays, K. P. Hall.
Pythian Sisters, Laurel Templo, No.
38. Mrs. Besslo Nicholson, M. E.
C; Mrs. Nelllo Whereat, M. of R.
and C. Moots first and third Wed
nesdays. AVOODMEN OF TJIE WOULD.
Camp No. 100, W. O. W.. W. P.
Murphy, C. C; W. U. Douglas,
Clork. Meets second and fourth
Tuesdays, Odd Follows Hall.
Coos Bny Circle, No. 164, Women of
Woodcraft. Mrs. Nora Daly, G.
N.; Mrs. M. Cowan, Clerk. Meets
second and fourth Mondays, Odd
Koos Tribe, No. 33, Improved Order
of Redmen. Hugh McLaln, Sa
chem; George Farrln, Chelf of
Records. Meets Thursdays, Red
Men's Hall. v
Degree of Pocahontas, Sacajawea
Council, No. 9 . Meets first and
third Thursdays. Nora Daly, Po
cahontas; Ora McCarty, Keopcr of
FRATERNAL UNION "OF 'AMERICA
T. NIcols, D. M.; Mrs. Nollio Owen,
Secretary. Meets first and third
Tuesdays, Old Masonic Hall.
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC
Baker Post, No. 8, Department of
Orogon. W. E. Thorpo, Com
mander; I. S. Kaufman, Adjutant;
C. W. Tower, Q. M. Meets second
Tuosday each month, Longshore
W. M. Hagqulst, President; John
Backman, Secretary. Meets first
and third Wednesdays, hall over
Marshfield Aerie, No. 538, Fraternal
Ordor of Eagles. T. J. Lewis, W.
P.; H. McLaln, Secretary. Meets
first Wednesday evening of each
month in Eagle's Hall on Front
street, at 8 p. in.
Conrt Coos Hay, No. 15, Foresters of
America. William LongBtaff, Chief
Ranger; F. T. Sumner, Financial
Secretary. Meets second and
Oakley & Arnold
CIVIL ND MECHANICAL
North Bend, Ore.
Office in Mjrert Bid.
CORTHELL & DURKEE
Contractors and Builggjrs
Plans drajptylsuniates fur
obhed. Call for Durkee, back
Hibbard's' grocery store.
P. O. Box 358.
I HP Dr. Bancroft I
I FpR V
I VISUAL? DJ&SlEcTS 1
I NERVOUS I
I CHRONIC ILLS I
I Office opp. Central Hotei 1
COOS BAY TIMES, MARSH
sgrTw jwsKjj-ytjmrfrirvrii inniiii
fourth Saturdays In I. O. O. F.
North Bend Cnmp, No. 82C1, M. W.
A. P. Maloney, V. C; L. A. Loo-
mls, Secretary. Meets second and
fourth Wednesdays, 8 p. m., Tay
lor's Hall. Visiting neighbors cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. O. W. A. J. Savage, Master
Workman; T. M. Dlmnilck, Re
corder. Meets second and fourth
Tuesday evenings In tho Odd Fel
DcRrec of Honor A. O. U. W. Mascot
Lodgo No. 5. Meets 1st and 3rd
Tueadnys of each month in I. O.
O. F. hall.
A. O. U. W. A. J. Savage, Master
Workman; T. M. Dlmnilck, Re
corder. Meets second and fourth
Thursday evenings in the Odd Fel
PILING FOR SALE.
Scalod bids will bo received up
to noon on July 25, 1907, at the
law ofilco of C. A. Sehlbrede, in Doug
las Building, In Marshflold, Oregon,
for tho cedar piling and saw timber
standing and lying on the NW V of
tho NE Vi of Section 2&, Township
25, S. R. 13 W., tho sld lund being
situate adjolnlhg our the west side
of tho Marshfleldyater Works Com
pany's pumping tatlon.
Tho purchase to haVasIx months
from the dateof purchase in which
to remove such piling and timber
from said premises. Terms cash.
MATTHEW VONEY, Owner.
Mrs. Robertson, of Catching Inlet,
Departs From North Bend at
O'CIock Carries Good List
The Breakwater left North Bend
at 1 o'clock yesterday on her return
trip to Portland. She carried pas
sengers as follows:
II. O. Stipe, Jas. O'Leary, A. B.
Snyder, W. C. Smith, F. D. Saunders,
J. H. Flynn, Mrs. Flynn, H. A. Law
ton, Chas. Gage, Mrs. Gage, Mrs. Ed
munds, Mrs. E. L. C. Farrhi, J. B.
Moffatt, C. S. Palmer and wife, H.
Flanagan & Bennett Bank
MARSHFI12 D, OKKQON.
Capital Suhcrlbert JWJ.OOO
Capital Paid Up J-10,000
Undivided PioOts ?85,000
Pood n qenoral bniOclnK business and draws
ou the lionk ol tftfltfornln. BjUjTrnnoIsco
Calif., Hret Nntlctyil BaiikJLfaiid Or., Flrsl
National Jlank, nfeebtpar., Hanover Na
tional Dank, NewMori, N. M. Kotnchild &
Son, London, England.
Also sell change on nearly all the principal
cities of Europe.
Accounts kept subject to check, safe deposit
lock boxes for rent at 5 cents a month or
(9. a year.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
can furnish the following
Thoroughbred Eggs at
$2.00 Per Setting
Barred Eferfflouth Rocks
JOHN W. FLANAGAN
Send in your orders Now
Eggs Shipped anj'where in the
An n ouncements:
Open every evening from
7 to 10, and Saturday
afternoons from 2 to 5,
25 conts cpMise of Rink
15 cents for those using
their own skates.
10 conts admission to
Special attention given to
children Saturday after
noon. Best of order always
D L Avery,
VV111 cure any case of Kidney er Bladder Disease r.rt
beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more.
FIELD, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1907,
Wlnstrom, C. W. Cudjiey, Mrs. Blen
wald, W. Waist!, D. O'Meara, Miss
Gulovson, C. Peterson, 13. M. Peter
son, Mrs. Flucher, Miss Fluchor, 13.
Anderson, Miss I. lllubnrd, Louis
Week, V. Bergland, Ed. O. Berg,
John 'Komlies, Miss Irene Lattin,'
Miss Ellon Siren, Miss Mlnnlo Scott,
.1. H. Hlnlclc, Mrs. Hlnklc, W. 10.
Gallop, W. S. Greonwell, Chas. Rob
erts, F. Dumas, W. E. Woodward,
.1. E. Roberts, Mrs. Roberts, C. Grls
sen, Mrs. Archanboau, O. West, Mrs.
West, J. Miller, .1. S. Sheppard, Mrs.
Alfred Sheppard, Mrs. Sheppard, H.
Wood, A. Shoemaker, John Kane,
John Mclsaac Fred. Britton, G. W.
Thurs., 11.. 0:48 8.7
Fri 12 1:22
Sat., 13 1:5G
Sun., 14 ... 2:33
Mon., 15 ... 3:15
Tues., 10 .. 4:02
Thurs., 11 .. 7:51 0.5
FrI., 12 8:19
Sat., 13 8:48
Sun., 14 ... 9:18
Mon., 15 . . . 9:52
Tues., 1G ..10:29
Thurs., 11 4:32
Fri., 12 4:33
Sat., 13 4:33
MISS M. BLCcK, Matron
Hospital JurrfJurgicol and
Medical cases. Rates reason
able. Phone 991.
TEST YOUR OWN EYES
TEST AT T
are the lines in these circles all
the same blackness, if not you
come in and I will explain what
your trouble is.
On EAST SHORE OP BAY
Level bench land, all cleared, for business blocks
Gentel sloping, Alder covered land, for residence
i .- i -JL
BiiNiiyi r ej& n r njw r-iiiwstni prajTiaii w li r , : r- t -rmi l;
;!iij'iic4a?fic jriaca A&aoy Jisaaaao
Also 550 acres Dai
Call at our office opposite Central Hotel,
Marshfield, Ore. or call us up on phone.
O. C. SETHER, Pres, and Gen. Manager
N. F. THRONE, Secretary
WANT TO INVEST $100,000.00
iu Coos County Ranches, Farms, Coal and Timber Lands, llomcbtoutl and
Timber Claims, Improved and Unimproved City and Tuwn.l'roportios.
I will deal only with owners. No agents. GIVE IX DETAIL FULL
PARTICULARS ns to location, iyproveinentf LOWEST CASH PRICE,
etc., or NO ATTENTION will fujjJpSnyoiir answers. If I desire your
property at YOUR PRICE, I will call
Address "Investor" Care Daily Times
FOR RENT Two Furnished House
keeping rooms, closo in, cheap.
Coos Day Auction Co., Bocond
street, bet. B anl C.
FOR SALE Union ?:aj-luu Kiikicc
5 h. p. Price, $". Address Box
GEM RESTAURANT, NORTH BEND.
Open day and night! Serves
everything tho market affords.
FOR SALE A fata, of SO acres on
Daniels' Creek. Address IS. It.
Jones Box 110, Marshflold. 5-23-1
FOR 8ALE A sinull improved farni.
Tills Is a bargain. Apply at Hall
& Hall's ofltce. G-l-1
WANTED Men to work in sawmill,
wages ?2 per day and upward.
Simpson Lumber Co. S-24HL
WANTED TO DORROW, $500 for
year on 2 lots in block 25, railroad
addition, on Broadway. Address
NG6, care Coos Bay Times.
WANTED. To b
, clean rags. Ap-
ply Times Ofll
fm owner, on dally
.ddreH X. Y. Z. care
LOST. Rebecca Lodgo Pin Sunday
night somewhere on Front street,
near the Blanco Hotel. Return to
Blanco Hotel and receive reward.
DRESSMAKING by .Airs. G. W. Boh
len at back of the Times building.
WANTED Girl to do general house
work. Call at Mrs. S. E. Painter's,
on So. Broadway.
NOTICE TEACHERS WANTED.
Application will b8 received by
the clerk of achool district No. G,
Empire City, Oregon, for the posi
tions of principal and assistant;
references must accompany appli
cation. Wanted Pick and shovel mon
for gas wo"l;s at Porter. Wases
paid weekly. Boozers and one-day
mon need not apply. Coos Bay Ga3
& Electric Co., Front St., west of
Flanagan & Bennett Bank, Mar3h
W. A. HARINd 1
Dealer in jfarn CiorMUU
and ButtCfitMi'-"" de
livery to alt parts of tho i.ty.
North Dend, Occjron
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E. E. STRAW, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SimCJKON
Dipennos of the Eye, Ear, Lose
and Throat a sieciaUy.
Office in Lockhart'u Building.
Ofl oo opposite Onion Furnfture Store. Hours
10 to I.' and 'J to (
HlHclnl ntttmtfon piifd to dUcates of the i1j
tinnary snd dluostlve organs
V. h I'ension examlnei
DR. J. W. INGIMJl.
Physician and burgeon.
Offlc over 8enEstacken's Drug Storo.
Phones Office 1621; residence 783.
E. L. C. Farrln Geo. N. Farrln
FAUKIN & FARIILX
Attorneys at Law
City Attorney, Dcp District Attorney
Will practice la U. S. Courts
and before the U. S. Land Uflce.
Lockhart Building, Marsliflela, Ore.
Phone Main 41.
L. A. HLJBQVIST, LAWYER,
United Stata Commissioner,
V. S. Land Matters.
Filing's, Entries, Proofs, Contests, etc.
J. V. UKNNT3TT,
Offloe over Flanag;
C. IS. aicKXIGE3
A tt oi-ji hf-t t-Ln xv.
Upstalra, BenneCt & Walter Woclf.
Marshfltii-I, ... Oreeen.
.T. W. SNOVER
Ofliuo: Roger building
Marshfield, - Oregon.
1UXLEY & MAYBEE,
Attorn cy s-a t-Law.
Ofnco over Myers Store.
Phono 701 .. . North Bend, Ore.
North Bend, - . Oregon.
f Real Estate Asjents.
infill LAN& COaiPANY
Real Estate Brokers
North Bend, - Oregon.
MR, ALBERT ABEL,
Contractor for Teaming of all kinds.
McPherson Qiiiser Cc.
California Wines a Specially
Front St., Marshfield
IWARSHFiELO and NORTH BEND
All woihr novdpaot
the NogBaSa: Plant
'li r'uifi Ccr.d Phone 1031
'' 1.1-rhfield Phone 180