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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1907.
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C. OF C. MEETS
Believed That Attendance Will
Break All Past Records
NEW SECRETARY TO ACT
Will He First Chance People Will
Ilnvc to Meet Walter
COUNCIL TO DO
Many Important Matters to Come Up
For Consideration To-iilglit
A specially Interesting session of
the Chamber of Commerce will bo
held at the assembly room on Front
street this evening. There has been
a marked revival within the past two
weoks In the Interest taken in the
Chamber of Commerce proceedings,
and much new blood has been taken
Into the organization. The accept
ance of seventeen new members at
the meeting held Tuesday evening
created a desire among those who
have been Indifferent towards the In
stitution to identify themselves with
the Chamber and lend what aid they
can In the good work which is being
pushed so forcibly. The general
feoling of renewed activity appeals to
many as In part due to tho late ef
forts of the Chamber, and everybody
Is accepting this as fact, and wishes
to get In and help keep things hum
ming. The proceedings for tonight will be
ot great Importance, as several com
mittees are to report, and 'an oppor
tunity will be given for general dis
cussion and suggestions. Mr. Lyons,
tho now secretary, Is fast obtaining
grasp of the situation and Is finding
plenty of work in his position. He
has a number of plans on foot which
will bo divulged as they develop. It
is desired to have a large attendance
tonight, and overybody should get out
and show an Interest.
NOTICK TO BIDDERS.
Notico is hereby given that
scaled bids will bo received by tho
Common Council of the city of
Marshfiold, Coos County, Oregon, up
to July 18, 1907, at 7:30 p. m., for
tho Improvement of tho following
streets, to wit: Broadway, from a
point 12 feet south of the center of
Washington avenuo to a point 12
feet north of tho center of Pennsyl
vania avenuo; Fourth street, from
tho south lino of C street to the
north lino of Q street; and E street,
from n point 12 feot west of tho cen
ter of Fourth street to tho west lino
of Sixth street, according to tho
plans and specifications of said
Improvements on fllo in tho ofllce
of tho Recorder and open to tho In
spection of all persons Interested
Dated this Gth day of July, 1907.
J. M. UPTON,
Recorder of said city of Marshfiold.
Bank of Oregon
Capital Stock Mly paid up
Transacts a General Banking
Wet Vour Wlilt!pThen Blow
J. R. HERRON, Prop.
Front Street, I : JMarahdelil, Oregon
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the Kodak on
your outing trip;
a full line with
supplies at the
The city council will hold a meet
ing tonight which, for volume of
business, Is likely to overshadow any
meetings tho body has hold this year.
There aro many things to come be
fore the municipal ofllccrs, and the
public is generally interested in most
of the topics which will get before
tho council for argument.
Tho matter ot improving the
streets will have a hearing; the
license Issue will bo threshed out;
the resignation of Bert McCulloch
will be considered and other matters
will bo discussed if the tanglemcnt
does not delay proceedings too long.
SEYMOUR BELL TO
Is Xmv KmleavorhiK to Secure Men
to Work on Oas
DAILY REALITY TRANSFERS.
Furnished by the Title Guarantee and
Abstract Company, llenry Scng
Or. & Cal. R. It. Co., to B. Her
mann, NE of NW, Sec. 13, Twp.
29, R. 12; ?100.
Edgar L. Wheeler et ux, to Chas.
Bowman, Jr., lots 6 and C, Nik. 7,
Azalea Park; $10.
J. J. Stanley et ux, to E. L. M.
Dlumenrother, lot 24, blk. 14, Port
land Add, Bandon; ?10.
J. J. Stanley et ux, to Louis Ma
gelx, lots 33, 34, 35 and 30, blk. 24,
Railroad Add, Bandon; $150.
Emma D, Bunch and husband, to
Ben McCullen, EM- of NW, NWJi
of NWVi and part of SW& of NW&,
Sec. 35, Twp. 24, R. 11; ?1.
Jas. L. Ferry et ux, to C. A. Gould,
undivided of 3 of SE, NWy4
of SE14 and SE of SV, Sec. 31,
Twp. 24, R. 11; $10.
James L. Ferry ot ux, to C. A.
Gould, timber on lots 3 and 4, Sec.
G, Twp. 25, R. 11; $10.
Win. Bernitt et ux, to Matthew
Voney, lot 8, blk. 7, Marshfiold, Dean
& Co.'s; $10.
J. M. Lawrence, Receiver, to Peter
Wieck, V of SEi4 and NE& of
SEV. Sec. 10, Twp. 27, R. 10; Re
Nellie Took and husband to Min
erva E. Lillle, W of SEVl, NE
of SE14, SEVi of NEV1, Sec. 8, Twp.
29, R. 13; $800.
Minerva E. Lillie, to E. C. Roberts,
timber on V of SE, NE of
SEM, Sec. 2, Twp. 29, R. 13; $1.
Minerva E. Ullie et al, to E. C.
Roberts, timber on lot 3, SE of
NWU, SWM of NE, Sec. 2, Twp.
29, R. 13; $1.
Isaah Sparks, to John H. Bogue,
N of NEW, Sec. 9, Twp. 29, R. 13;
H. Sengstacken et ux, to Kate M.
Lando, lots 10, 11, 12 and 13, blk. 1,
Subdivision of Block A, Sengstack
en's Add, Marshfiold; $S00.
State of Oregon, to Charles Corne
lius, all of Sections 10 aud 3G, Twp.
27, R. 9; $9,S3G.
Seymour Boll said last night that
work would immediately begin on
tho gas plant which is to bo located
at Porter. Ho Is now endeavoring
to secure men, and as fast as they
aro hired they will bo put to work on
tlie excavating for the foundation.
It is tho desire to rush tho work
through and give the people gas service
C0QUILLE TO HAVE
Council Grants Extra License After
Changing Ordinance Limiting
Xmnber To Two.
E. A. Beckett arrived home from
Coquille yesterday well plaesed with
his trip. Ho went over Monday to
make application for a saloon li
cense, but found tho number was
limited to two. There had already
been two licenses granted, and
Beckett seemeu to have arrived too
late. Still, he is resourceful, and
he lingered In tho county seat until
tho council held a special meeting
and changed the scheme of granting
licenses, so that it now stands in
such shape that three saloons can
be operated. The new system allows
one saloon for every 500 inhabitants.
Mr. Becktet is having a building
open about tho first of September,
The building is situated on the main
street of Coquille and in the heart
of tho business district. It will con
sist of two stories, and besides the
saloon, will accommodate a barber
shop, lunch counter and n club In
tho second story. Mr. Beckett paid
tho license fee, and received a re
ceipt for his money.
Two Little MImc.h Anticipate Palm's
Offer mid Want Money
The Palm was the scene of an
amusing Incident yesterday afternoon
when two little girls camo In and
insisted on buying two bricks of tho
Ico cream with tho silver dollars In
Mr. Stafford was required to go
Into a lengthy explanation of how
tho silver dollars were to bo given
away. The little girls finally depart
ed with rueful countenances, howlng,
however, that they would bo on hand
bright and early Sunday to get some
of the ice cream bricks with tho dol
lars In them.
and Navigation Co.
TRAIN SCHEDULE NO. 2.
In Effect January 1, 1007.
All previous schedules are void.
Subject to change without notice.
W. S. Chandler, manuer; IT. A.
Laise, freight agent; general offices,
mM.m. j:.i rara.wjcij jnawj,ii
Sails for San FranpLrco Monday July 15
RS DOW Agent
MARSHFIELD, : : : OREGON
on the bay
Half Hoar Schedule
Run Between Mimliflcld und North
llend Made in 12 Minutes.
Fare: One way, l."c; round trip, 2,"r
J. A. O'KELLY, Proprietor.
Leave 9:D0 a. nT.Marshflold.
9:30 a. m.B. H. Junction.
9:45 a. m.CoauIlle.
Arrive 10:30 a.m.Myrtle Point.
Coos Bay Real Estate
Residence and Farming' Property
A snap 40 acres c n Catchingvlnlct 4 miles from
city 15 acres bottom U ad unerdyke,
40 acres on Coun y Roaa miles from city $18
For further particulars call on
F. M. Rummell Jr. & Co.
Come Early to Make Selections of
Our stnek is go;
A trial of our
Leave 10:45 a. m. Myrtle Point.
12:00 m. B. K. Junction.
Arrive 12:30 p.m.JMarshfleld.
Extra trains "will run on daily
special orders. Trains to and from
Beaver Hill dally.
Steam .Dve Works
ed or dyed.
Philip Becker, Proprietor.
Now mid jSlodern
Sample Roomin Connection
NORTH BEND, ORE.
M. P. Pcndergrass, Master
Leaves MiVshflofd 7:30. 9:00.
and 10:30 a.m.nnd 1:00, 2:30
and 4:00 p.
Leaves NortJh Bend at 8:15.
9:45 and 11:15 a. m., and 1:45,
3:15 aud 5:00 p. m.
MnUes dally trips except Sun
days. Faro: Ono way, 15
cents; lound trip, 26 confB.
Paints anv Varnishes
will convince that they are the best on the market
Coos Bay Paint & Wallpaper Co.
2nd near C. Street
Nelson Iron Works
V. n. NULSON, Prop
Wo repair nil kinds of Machinery,
Bteiim and (fun Kngliui, Guns and III.
c)clc, BtiJ of woclrour Specialty. : s
Wo mmmfar-turo Cnttlugs lu Iron and
Hronzo for Saw Mills and LogRftiK
Camus. Woimtkotlii) Lost Sheaves iiHd
Hoad SpooU for Loggers. : : :
MARSHFIELD, - - OREGON
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First National Bank of Coos Bay
W.S. McFAKLAND, Cashier. R. T. KAUFMAN, Asst. Cas.
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California and Oregon Coast Steamship Company.
B. D. OLSON, agister.
COOS BAY to Portland and Return
GEO. D. GRAY a CO., General-agents,
421 MaTket St.. San Francisco.
L. W. SHAW, Agont,
Marshfiold. Phone 441
WILSON & THOMAS
Contractors and Builders
1 BAY i
Offlce fixtures a specialtjtfreFronts, Counters,
Shelving. Let us work out your plans. See us b&
Shop opposite Bear's Livery Stable, North Front Street
M MOM M
WHY DO PEOPLE BUY IN
In IcnhnOIC?SIf1eUice property, lots
YJSnX1? aJleVs' is weI1 sheltered with
A GOOD BAY VIEW and prices effl
are reasonable. For particulars see
. Title Guarantee & Abstract Co.,
Henry Sengstacken, Managgr