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THE DAILY .COQS.BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD. OREGOH. WEDNESDAY! JULY 17, 1$Q7,
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Coos Bay Industry Handles
But Small Portion of
WILL ENLARGE CAPACITY
(Iirlck Plant Work Progresses Other
News From Up Coos
Tho prospects of tho Coos Bay
Creamery are unusually bright this
season. Not only Is the demand for
butter unusually good, but so great
Is tho demand for cheeso that tho
creamery Is ablo to fill only a small
part "of the ordors received. There
are on hand at present orders for
over twenty-nine hundred cases of
cheese, and tho company Is continu
ally receiving more.
It is the Intention of tho manage
ment to Install a new cheese vat as
soon as possible, that they may bo
ablo to supply tho growing demand
for tho finished product.
Virgil Matson and wife have moved
to tho Daniel's Creek logging camp,
where Mr. Mntson has accopted a po
sition. Theywlll mako their home
there In tho future. ' " '.
Dr. Vanderburgh, of Marshfleld,
has been visiting rolatlves on Squth
Coos River for a couplo of days. ,
Rev. Summorlln and wife, of North
Bend, spent several days on South
Coos Itlver last week gathering wild
Work Is progressing favorably on
tho preparations for tho new brick
machine on J. A. Smith's "place. Tho
brick makors are hoping to begin
making brick In about throe weeks.
LOOKS AFTER EN
FORCEMENT OF LAW
Counties of Linn and Lniie May Be
Quarantined For Evading
Sheep Dipping Law.
Wed., 17... 4:51 1.4 5:47
Thurs., 18.. 0:08 2.2 12:02
Fri., 19... 1:17 1.8 12:57
Sat., 20 2:28 1.2 2.02
Sun., 21... 3:40 0.5 3:11
Mon., 22.. 4:43 0.3i 4:i20
Tuos., 23.. 5:39 0.9 5:25
Wed., 17... 11:10 1.4 12:00
Thurs., 18.. 0:04 C.4 C:37
Fri., 19 7:20 CO 7:35
Sat., 20 8:41 5.9 8:35
Sun., 21... 9:57 CO 10:28
Mon., 22... 11:02 C.4 11:22
Tuos., 23... 11: 58 C8 11:22
Wed., 17 4:32
Thurs., 18 4:37
Fri., 19 4:38
Sat., 20 4:39
Sun., 21 4:40
Mon., 22 4:41
Tuos., 23 4:42
CITV TKEASUIUCK'S NOTICE.
Notlco is horoby given, that all
Marshfleld City Warrants Issued and
protested, prior to Juno 15th, 1905,
will bo paid on presentation at my
ofllco, and no intorcst will bo paid
thereon after this dato, July ICth,
JOHN F. HALL,
Wet Your Whfstlo Then Blow
J. R. HORROJIrop.
Pront Street, rrMrhfWd,Oreiiftn
A government official connected
with tho bureau of animal industry
mado a visit to Salem regarding the
enforcement of tho law requiring
tho dipping of all sheep in the state.
lltTreported that tho law is being
pretty generally compiled with in all
counties of the state except Lane and
Linn, where the farmers and sheep
raisers seem inclined to exade it.
This official has used his utmost en-,
deavors to get the raisers in these
counties ot see the benefits of dip
ping, but It seems without success.
He declared that the failure to ob
serve tho law will In all Ukollhood
result in the federal authorities
quarantining the two counties, al
lowing no sheep to be taken out or
brought in. This will work a hard
ship on many of the raisers of sheep
and thoso who deal in them.
Lane county is one of the best
sheep raising sections of Western
Oregon, and while a maporlty of the
Bheep are perhaps free from disease,
all of them should bo dipped accord
ing to law so that it will not be
necessary to establish a quarantine.
Frank Arraltage, of Salem, was somo
timo ago appointed deputy state
sheep Inspector for that county, and
he has done nil he could to have the
law complied with, but has met with
poor success. While some of tho
sheep have been dipped a groat'many
more have not been, and in many
cases the animals are badly Infected
CHURCH AT EUGENE
Building Will Bo Constructed
Stone and Will Cost About
OPENED JULY 15
Run Will Not Occur Till
August On Coos
The salmon season opened tin
Monday, the 15th, but on C003 Bay
thero has been no flurry. The real
and heavy run of chlnook takes
placo along in August in this region
and on the CoquIUe. Nono of the
canneries are expecting anything of
a run now and in fact, neither of the
Bandon canneries are prepared to
take care of any fish. '
Mr. Tlmmons, of Astoria, is at
Bandon overseeing Improvements
and looking after orders which must
bo filled before the salmon are
handled. Editor Bennett, of the
Coos Bay News, informed tho Times
reporter that salmon have been In
Coos river for two or "three months,
but no large number have been seen.
Tho Palace restaurant was tho first
houso to exhibit a chlnook since the
Architect John Huhkicker Is com
pleting the plans for the new house
ot worship to lie erected by the Cen
tral Presbyterian church id Eugfeno
at the corner bf EaBt Tenth and
Pearl streets, and if adopted by tho
congregation they" will bd ready for
the contractors to figure on tn about
two weeks, Tho building will bo
completed some timo this fall.
The church will bo far the cost
liost and tho most commodious in
tho city. It will bo built ot stone
and will cost $18,000 or over. It
will-scat approximately 1,100 people,
which is a hundred Or more greater
than tho seating capacity of the larg
ost church building in tho city at
Tho new edifice will be Gothic in
design, a general description of it
being as follows: Tho dimensions
over all wilt have a Beating capacity
of 380, seven Sunday school rooms
adjoining the auditorium and which
are connected 'with it. by folding
doors, will seat 350 and the gallery
on three sides of tho auditorium will
Beat 340. Eugene Guard.
foot north of tho center ef Pennsyl
vania avenue; Fourth street, from
tho south line of C street to the
north line of Q street; nod E street,
from a point 12 feet west of the cen
ter of Fourth streej $g Iftfc west line
ot Sixth street, according to the
plana and specifications ot said
improvements on file in tne office
of tho Recorder and open it tho in
spection of oil persona Interested
Dated this Attn day of July, 17,
. X. UPTON,
Rooordfir of Bald oily ot Maraoleld.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS.
Notlco is hereby given that
sealed bids will be received by the
Common Council ot Um city of
Marshfleld, Coos Conntr, Oregon, up
to July 18, 1007, at 7:00 p. m., for
tho improvement ot tho following
streets, to wit: Broadway, from a
point 13 feet south of too center ot
Washington avenue to a point 13
EYE and NEKwTspedalfct.
Room 1 1, Central Hotel
AFTER. AUG. 10th
Steam 0f Works
r, Proprir J .
Half Hour Scfactfnle
Itkiii DotWvea MArahfl&d tad XorOt
Dcttd Mado la 12rMinntok
Private Landing. '
Tarof One war. 15e.; rid trip, mOe.
". A. O'KELLY, Proprfeto.
and Navigation Co.
XftADT BdHKDKLE KO. 8.
km Meet ivummi t, fVU
All vnnotf bnedolva arc Told.
Subject to limp without sotle.
W. Br Obandler. manager; T.'A.
Latao, fretctit onU c&erat oOese.
Except BaeSar. jj
Leave $:00 a.
W Jg I
Bxespt 8uny. j
tm.ro 10:46 a. m.JMyrtie Point. 1
' 1O:0 axjOowUlti.
11:0 m. JB. tt. Junction.;!
arrive U:tO p.m.Marhfleia. ,
Bkctitt train "will run on dally
special orfar. Staalaa to and frbaa
Bearer H1U atj.
Sails for San Francisco Monday Juiy io
R S DOW Agrent 3
MARSHFIELD, : : : OHOON
Neat and modern
Beat view on the ptj
aame tract- Prices-
ated in North-Bend. Hcfeht.
iula alaovacant -lots in- the
and terms easy. ,
War. & Ward
Coratr Meade uJ VeraUat 5b.
Gome Early t6 Mak Selection of
Our stock k goiag p&t. AjrtHofour
Paints to V4rai$hes
will convince that thrfethe beat on the market
Coos Bay Paint & Wallpaper Co.
- 2ad Hear C Street
Capital StoA fuUintoTup
TraruacU s Cenerkl Banking
A fow choice 5 and 10-acro tracts eloso In. Ood transportation.
Two daily boat to Morshflold, Noth Bend, tuafes eonts round trip.
Daily mall; Tolophono connections, Farmerjtno No? S 'pastes through
tho land. Wagon road to EaatyMarflhflo'Thd county railroad through .
to that part of Marsh nold isrioundo bring It to tho front. This
property will be takon off ifo mft August IB, 1907.
See Charles Doane or W. J. Rust.
SftmpWIWSiris in Connection
NORTH BEND. ORE.
M. P. Pendersraes, Matter
Loaves MiTrahBeld T:U(rTl:00i
and 10:80iu m anr0G, lllO
and 4:00Ap. m..
Leaves INoh Bond at 1:16,
9:46 and 11:15 a. m, tm& lt5,
8:15 and 6:00 p. m.
Makes dally tripe except Han.
days. Fare: doe way, It
oents; round trip. SS CfHe,
Nelson Iron Works
P. D. NGLSON, Prop
Wo repair ll klnfi of Uachtnsry,
Steam and Gai Englni, Gum and Dt
cyolei. l)e ol n our BpMlaltr, : :
Wo mauufaeturo Caitlnr; ta Iron and
llronto (or Baw UI1U and Lonfng
Campi. We nako tne Ut Bboarai aad
noad Spools for lagztn. : t i
The Best of
Every needed requirement
for safod Snort
is the best thing we have to
offer Other inducements iit !
of secondary importance. Upon
this basis onlydo We solicit your
First NatiotyjBatfik of Cobs Buy
.TOHN 8. COKH. PreaMet
W.S. MoPARLAND, Caahleo.
a K HtNSDALEi Vie Pre,
ft. T. KAUFMAN, Ami. Ca.
California and Oregon Coast. Steamship Company.
GOOS- BAY to Portland and Return
GEO. D. ORAT a OO GeneraHqpata, L. If. SBAW k&mX
431 Market 8k. 8an Frandm. ' 'J- KarakSeletniawidl
Offlco fixture a BpocTaUy. 8tor FroatB, 'Countert,
Shelving. IM oe work out ytmr plana. See mm bjfcr
Shop mosM Sat Uwf SbM, North fort Sfttt
Old Central Hotel Building
WHY DO PEOPLE BUY IN
It is choice inside residence property, 'lota
50xJ00 with alleys, is well sheltered with
A GOOD BAY VIEW and prices ol lot
are reasonable For particulars see
Title finar antee & Abstract Co
the Kodak or
your outing trip;
a full line with
supplies at the
TRY A TIMES VANTI,