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About The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957 | View This Issue
Coos Bay Gas Company
. Have Equipment From the
P FIRST ON PACIFIC COAST
IWIll Supply Population of 15,000
" Pcoplo and Capacity Can Bex
! Ground Is broken and excavation
work la being prosecuted on tbo gas
plant at Porter. Mr. E. Hownrd
Corbett, of the Hallldlo Machinery
Company, of Seattle, solo Pacific
Coast-representative of the Gas Ma
chinery Co., of Cleveland, Ohio, the
.KruBO-Kcmpor Co., of Philadelphia,
and the Kotary Meter Co., of New
York City, sold the plant what will
be the first of Its kind on the Pacific
Coast. It will be a high, pressuro
plant, similar to those In use In the
middle nnd eastern states.
The gas will bo manufactured
from crude crtj, nnd the plant will bo
complete with purifiers for assuring
a good clean gas. The holders or
gas containers will bo of ample ca
pacity and will be arranged for the
modern reliof holder system. ThlB
plant will havo capacity for supply
ing a population of fifteen thousand
nnd will bo made to allow doubling
tho capacity when requirements de
mand such a move.
Mr. Corbett Is on the ground and
is giving directions for the excavat
ing and building. He Is a brother
'of W. H. Corbett, president of tho
WlUamotto Iron and Steel Works,
of Portland. In speaking of tho
utilities of gas, he said that the con
sumption of this commodity is be
coming greater every year, and that
the product is very popular for cook
ing and. incandescent lighting.
This being the first plant of its
kind to be ordered on the Pacific
Coast, Mr. Corbett will tako more
than ordinary' pride in making It as
perfect as possible, since ho will use
It as a model and show plant. Mr.
Bell, manager of tho gas company,
last night let tho contract for mains
on Front street from A to Third
street. He advises that patrons who
expect to use gas should place their
orders Immediately, as the piping 13
ordered and should be hero shortly.
ARRIVES ON BAY
Passengers Tell of Itoiigh Weather on
Trip From San Francisco.
Tho steamer Plant arrived on Sun
day afternoon from San Francisco,
and tho passengers recount tales of
rough weather. There was a strong
northwest wind to encounter nil tho
way up and the boat was a number
of hours lato on that account. Tho
passenger list, obtained from Purser
Mrs. M. K. Mitchell and child, Mrs.
" Of all descriptions.
House painting, pa--
per hanging, grain-
! - ing,carriage paint-
' ing etc
Strictly pure stock
sold on all jobs.
? .Opposite Bear's Livery
-i- - -"-
W. A HAgJNG
Dealer inlWrtrcJrcani Milk
nnd Buttermilk. Free de
livery to all parts of fhe city.
h. W. Shaw, Mrs. h. h. Stevens, M. K.
Kniery, Mrs. S. 0. Young, Roland
Nelson, Miss A. Poach, Mrs. II. N.
Wisomnn, II. R Nosier, Mrs. IC. 13.
Nosier, Miss L. Woodward, S. S. Nor
ton, II. N. McPherson, Mrs. II. II.
McPherson, Mrs. Peterson, G. Peter
son, MIs3 L. Lovell, Mrs. L. Lovoll,
P. Wilson, Mrs. W. Culln nnd two
children, D. A. Pearco, W. II. Wood,
F. D. McDonald, Mrs. D. 13. Lefcro,
Miss 0. Nelson, Miss M. Erlckson, L.
W. Shaw, .1. A. Connon, F. P.. Strat
um, M. D., .T. W. Snovcr, Clias. ltulln,
.1. A. McDonald, J. C. Manning, J. L.
Smith, J. La Point, A. Johnson, S. S.
Norton, W. J. Iteed, G. 13. Heed, J.
List of unclaimed letters remain
ing in the Marshflold, Oregon, post
offlco, July 15, 1907. Persons call
ing for tho same will pleaso say ad
vertised and pay one cont for each
advertised letter called for.
Herman Anderson, W. S. Allen,
Walter Julian Drooks, B. 13. Belleu,
Mrs, J. F. Bowman, Honry M. Carr,
Tom Dashncy, J. II. Dickinson, Er
nest Evnns (3, Mrs. Grace Fielder,
John M. liouikis, Mr3. Sallio Harris,
Henry Klvljarvl, W. Kennedy. Oscar
Koboskl (2), Miss Efllc King (2), D.
C. McLonnon, Mrs. W. II. Matson,
John Meyer, John Nabb, Master
Itamiel Nance, Wilber Rice, Mrs. L.
Rogers, Fred. W. Schaefer, Frcdorico
Truffa, W. II. Wheeler, J. M. Ward,
John A. Ward, Robert Wright.
W. B. Curtis, Postmaster.
Thurs., 11.. 0:48 8.7
FrI., 12 .... 1:22 S.G
Sat., 13 1:5C 8.4
Sun., 14 ... 2:33 8.1
Mom, 1G ... 3:15 7.7
Tues., 10 .. 4:02 7.3
Thurs., 11 .. 7:51 0.5
FrI., 12 8:19 0.4
Sat., 13 8:48 0.2
Sun., 14 ... 9:1S 0.1
Mon., 15 . . . 9:52 0.4
Tues., IC .-.10:29 0.8
Thurs., 11 4:32
FrI., 12 4:33
Sat., 13 4:33
Blue print paper
Pictures and framing at the
Oakley & An
North Bend? Ore.
Office in Myers BIdg.
' Contractors and Builders
Plans (pawnestimates fur
uhshed. rartlfor Durkee, back
Hibbard's grocery store.
P. O. Box 3,58.
THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, TUESDAY JULY
Miii'sliflclil Will llnvf Modern Plnnt
of TIiN Kind When
Tho former building belonging to
tho Coos Hay Steam Laundry has
boon completely remodeled by tho
now management. An addition has
been placed on the west end, 40x40;
and another, 10x90, on tho north
side, giving a total floor space of 40
x90 feet. Tho now laundry will use
electric irons nnd a full equipment
of tho latest mnchlnery. When the
Improvements are completed tho
laundry will be one of tho best in
tho state. The plant will be ready
for operation by August 1.
The Coos Bay Steam Laundry
plant In Marshfleld will bo started
up as soon as tho necessary brick
can bo procured for the boiler room.
Tho plant was formerly owned by
James Illbbard and was purchased
some time ago by Mr. Lyons and
extremely scarce around Coos Bay.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS.
Notlco is hereby given that
sealed bids will be received by tho
Common Council of the city of
Marshfleld, Coos County, Oregon, up
to July IS, 1907, at 7:30 p. m., for
tho Improvement of tho following
streets, to wit: Broadway, from a
point 12 feet south of tno center of
Washington avenue to a point 12
feet north of tho center of Pennsyl
vania avenue; Fourth street, from
tho south line of C street to the
north line of O street; and E street,
from a point 12 feet west of tho con-
tor of Fourth street to tho west line
of Sixth street, according to the
plans and specifications of said
improvements on file in tho office
of tho Recorder and open to the in
spection of all persons interested
Dated this Cth day of July, 1907.
J. M. UPTON,
Recorder of said city of Marshfleld.
Flanagan & Bennett Bank
MARSIIFir, U, OREGON.
Onpitnl Subscribed 00,000
Capita) I'aid Up M8.000
OiidirtTUcd Fronts $33,000
Do68 n (reneryl bnnkliiR Tmeiness and draws
ou the lSftiikii California. Ban Francisco
Cnltf., Flmjittcnal Jtofik Portland Or., Wrsl
National lialk. Hojpmfrg, Or., Ilanovor Na
tional nankSljj0rYork, N. M. Uotliohild &
Son, Tendon, England.
Alto sell change on nearly all the principal
cities of Knropo.
Accounts kept subject to Check, snfo doposlt
lock boxen for rcn-t at 5 cents a month or
(5. a year.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
can furnish the following
Thoroughbred Eggs at
" $2.00 Per Setting
Rhode Island Reds
Barred Plymouth R6cks
JOHN W. FLANAGAN
Send in your orders Now
Eggs Shipped anywhere in the
An n ouncements:
Open every evening from
7 to 10, and Saturday
afternoons from 2 to 5,
week days onlW
25 conts for so ofifink
15 cents for those using
their own skates.
10 cents admission to
Special attention giyon to
children Saturday after
noon. Best of order always
D L Avery,
Will rTtri arm r.nv
beyond the reach of
P U V 3 1 ,
MAKE TRIP TO
THE LOWER BAY
William Grimes Kntorlnlns Large
Number of 1'rlemls In Pleas
Mr. W. Grimes ontertnined a largo
number of Oklnhoma friends and
othors Sunday by taking them on a
delightful trip to tho Life Saving
Station nnd tho various other resorts
In tho lower bay. Those participat
ing were: Mr. and Mrs. Kreitzer
and son, Mr. and Mrs. Swcotman,
Mr. II. Painter nnd family, Mr, D.
Flynn and family, Mrs. S. E. Painter
and family, Mrs. Farrlnger and
daughter, Mr. W. Finch and family,
Mr. John Coko and family, Mrs. Joe
Grimes, Mr. W. Warwick and family,
Miss Sleanor Helm, Mr. Linden, Dr.
Render and Mr. W. Grimes and fam
ily. A delicious lunch and a fine
time was enjoyed by all.
DOLLAR DAY SUCCESS
Kstabllslimcnt Ciowded From Early
Morn Till Night Will
The silver dollar day at the Palm
was an unqualified success, tho only
regret being tho shortage of bricks.
Calls came in long after the supply
of 100 had been sold.
Those so fortunate as to discover
a silver dollar in tho bricks were:
Mrs. II. Nichols, John Noble, Isabcll
MISS M. BljAClVMotron
TEST YOUR OWN EYES
are the lines VxuJjmxSv circles
the same blackness, if not you
come in and I will explain what
your trouble is.
F. J. HAYES
ON EAST SHORE OP BAY
Level bench land, all cleared, for business blocks
Gentel sloping, Alder covered land, for residence
Also 550 acres DairyFariLVon Kentuck Inlet.
m& North Bend.
Call at our office opposite Central Hotel,
Marshfield, Ore. or call us up on phone.
Coos Bay Townsite Company
O. C. SETHER, Pres, and Gen. Manager
N. F. THRONE, Secretary
I WANT TO INVEST $100,000.00
in Coos County Rnnclics, Farms, Coal nnd Timber Lands, Homestead nnd
Timber Claims, Improved and Unimproved City nnd Town Proportion.
I will deal only with owners, Jko ngenta. GIVE IN DETAIL FULL
PARTICULARS as to Iocntionjiprovoinojlf,,LOWEST CASH PRICE,
etc., or NO ATTENTION wiihgcn your answers. If I desire your
property at YOUR PRICE, I will call on yon. ;
Address "Investor" Care Daily Times
j3 Sr 0 MX
medicine. No medicine can
16, 1 907.
Ferguson, Otto Scheltor, and Ralph
Kruse. No accidents from broken
teeth or choking wcro reported. The
Palm's Innovation proved so popular
that the management- has decided to
make a similar offer Sunday next.
Buys Lots. Mr. Hackman, of East
Marshfleld, has bought two lots In
that town and Intends erecting a fine
FOIt RENT Two Furnished House
keeping rooms, close in, cheap.
Coos Bay Auction Co., Second
street, bet. B and C
GEM RBSTAURANT, NORTH BEND.
Open day and night Serves
everything the market affords.
FOR BALIB A fain, of 80 acres on
Daniels' Creek. Address E. R.
Jones. Box 110, Marshfleld. S-26-1
FOR BALE A email improved farm.
This 1a a bargain. Apply at Hall
& Hall's office. C-l-1
FURNISHED house of six rooms for
rent; couple without children. In
quire at Times office.
LOST A purso between Llbby and
North Bend. Finder address P. O.
Box C7, North Bend'. Reward
WANTED TO EXCHANGE Mando
Hn lessons for jjessons InEngllsh.
Address Le Boif VlvanUf estaurant,
between 2 an
WANTED. To buy, clean rags. Ap
ply Times Office.
DRESSMAKING by Mrs. G. W. Boh
len at back of the Times building.
NOTICE TEACHERS WANTED.
Application will bo received by
the clerk of school district No. 6,
Empire City, Oregon, for tho posi
tions of principal and assistant;
references must accompany appli
cation. WANTED Dishwasher
Oregon, North Bend.
WANTED A thoroughly competent
girl for general housework. Good
wages. Apply to Mrs. Seng
stacken. WANTED Five or six furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Ad
dress G. F. Mitchell, care C.A.
Smith Lumber Company. tf
U 1 V MIM
AT A AtAl.,,
ices Easy Terms
Do not HrIc fin1ncr
.defer Dteetrae HOt Brlght's Dlaeoato
do more. or Diabetes
E. E. STRAWr M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUItOEON
Disensos of. theJSyo,'. Ear,ijiono
and Throat n specialty.
Office in Lockhart's Building.
Marshfield, -. - Oregon
OfllcoopposI to Union Furnftnro' Storoi nouta
10 to lZand 1 W 8 '
Bprclnl attention paid to diseases of tho lt
urinary and dlgestlvo organs
U. B Pension ozamlnoi
Marshfield, - - Oregon
DR. J. W INGRAM,
Physician nnC Burgeon.
Offlc? over Benfistacken'tf Drug Store.
Phones Offlco !621i reeldonco 78S.
E. L. C. Farrin Geo. N. Farrlo
FARRIN & FARRIN
Attorneys int Law
City Attorney, Dep District Attorney
"Will practice In U. S. Courts
and before tho U. S. Land uflco.
Lockhart Building, Marahflola, Oro.
Phono Main 41.
L. A. UIiJEQVlST, LAWYER,
United States Oornmtasloncr,
U. S. Land nSntftora.
Filings, Entries, Proofs, Contests, etc.
J. W. BENNETT,
Offloo over Flanagan & Bennett
Marshfleld, - -y - , Oregon.
O. F. McKNIGHl
Upstairs, Bennett & Walter block.
Marshfleld, - Oregon.
J. W. SNOVER
Office: Rogeri building
COKE & OOICE,
Marshfleld; ... Oregon.
PIXLEr & MAYBEE,
Offloo over Myers' Store.
Phono 701, . , . North Bond, Oro
RRIGIIAM & BELL,
North Bend, - - Oregon.
Real Estate Accents.
DIER LAND COMPANY
Real Estate Brokers
North Bond . Oregon.
JIK ALBERT ABEL,
Contractor for Xtamlng of nil kinds.
McPherson Ginser Co.
Cigara - nfad eaieolt buj
California Wines "a Specialty
Front St., Marahfield
AH workpw done at
North Bend Phone 1031
Marshfleld Phone 180