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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1907.
THE SPLENDID TOWNSITE
Situated on South Side of Coal Bank Inlet with Broadway, Running North and South
through the Entire Addition, and with a Direct Face to the Main City of Marshf ield Fine View
and Good Natural Drainage. Will be put on the Market TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12th.
Prices of Inside Lots, $75; Corners, $ 100. Terms, 25
per cent cash, Balance $ 1 0 per Month.
We want Good Live Selling Agents for this Property, and Have -No Objections to Female Rus
tlers. For Particulars Apply to
ABSTRACT CO., GENERAL AGENTS,
HENR.Y SENGSTACKEN, MANAGER..
I TITLE GUARANTEE Ob
Major Kinney was a city visitor
Mr. Chas. Thom, of North Bond,
was in Marshfield yesterday.
Miss Margaret Fox, of Maxwell,
was a city visitor Saturday.
Mrs. D. D. Pierce, of Coquille, is a
city visitor for a few days.
Mrs. Tower, of Empire, was shop
ping in Marshfield yesterday.
Mrs. Cutllp, of Coos River, was
shopping in this city yesterday.
Miss Bronte Jennlng spent yes
terday in Marshfield shopping.
Mr. F. B. Hood, of East Marsh
Held, was a city visitor Saturday.
Mrs1. Wren Smith, of Coos River,
was in Marshfield Saturday.
Mrs. Tom Lennon and son, of
North Bend wero city visitors yester
day. Mr. A. G. Pohl, of Myrtlo Point,
is spending a few days In Marshfield
attending to business affairs.
Mr. W. L. Kistner, a Coquille
dairyman, Is in this city for a short
time with friends.
Mrs. Erlckson and two sons of
Ten Mile spent Saturday in this city
Miss Mary Thompson, of Llbby,
spent yesterday In this city with
Mrs. Stewart will visit for some
timo at Myrtle Point, and also on
Mss Elslo Wells passed through
this city yesterday on her way to
Cocm River, where sho will remain
for $, few days with friends.
af-Vj and Mrs. W. C. Cotlins, of
Okla loma, are In Marshfield and
will later on build a home In South
Marshfield. Mr. Cotlin Intends en
tering into business.
Mr. M. R. Zumwalt, of Port Or
ford, Is a city visitor for a few days,
attending to business Interests. Mr.
Zumwalt has a largo farm on the
Sixes, and Intends returning there
the beginning of next week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Roberts, of
Myrtlo Point, came to Marshfield to
day to meet Mrs. S. Stewart, a sister
of Mrs. Roberts from Peterboro,
'Canada, who will spend the winter at
Mr. D. B. Booe, of Portland, Is
making a business tour of this sec
tion. On Thursday Mr. Booo will
leave for the Coquille country, and
bo absent from Marshfield for about
Two level-graded Lots on
Baines Ave., fronting
These lots nro offered at $100
below tho market price, and
there is no better buy in
residence .property .on tho
I. S. KAUFMAN
Notice' Is hereby given that a
caucus of tho legal voters of tho
City of Marshfield will bo held at
the I. O. O. F. hall In said city, on
tho 19th day of November, 1907, at
7:30 o'clock P.,M., to nominate can
didates for the offlco of Mayor for
the term of two years, and two Coun
cllmen for tho term of three years,
and a Recorder for a term of one
Dated this 8th day of November,
1907. J. M. UPTON, Recorder.
Mrs. S. Verner, of St. Paul, but
lately of Loa Angeles, Is visiting
friends In this city for a short time.
Over 300 Lots Sold
in BAY PARK
Out of .110 lots on tho east half of
tho pint only 40 rcmnln unsold
Get your choice of these this week.
Lots 9 and 10 Block 12,
Lots 9 and 10, Block 10,
The Above are
LS. Kaufman & Co.
Has Wood Poisoning.
Mr. J. A. Price, tho Bandon ship
builder, returned on tho Plant from
San Francisco, where he had been to
visit his family. While In tho city
Mr. Price was attacked with blood
poisoning and came near losing an
arm. Ho Is practically well again,
and is on his way to Bandon.
Oyster cocktails today at
Arrangements havo beeu made
with tho Marshfield Water Company
to put water in Sengenstacken s Ad
dition to Marshfield, tho pipe ai rived
by Breakwater. Tho addition will
also bo lighted with electric lights.
WANTED Steady room and board
with private family, by two young
gentlemen. A. C, care of Tlmos,
WANTED 144 fresh eggs, at B
cents apleco, by Henry Sountacken,
at Title Guarantee hnd Abstract
JUST TO REMIND YOU
That We are Exclusive Paint Dealers, Wholesale and
That You Need Paint and Wall Pacer;
We have the Largest Store and the Largest and Best
belected btock on the bay;
That Our 10, 15, 20, and 25 cent Double Roll Wall Paper
can't be beat;
That Our Goods are the Best and Prices the Lowest;
I hat We Deliver Anywhere on the Bay;
That If You can not Call on Us let Us Know and We will Call
on You with Samples and Prices;
That We can Save YourMoney if You give Us a chance,
g BAYSIDE PAINT CO.
tt F. R. MONROE, Manager.
H s Sherman Ave. Phone 1251 North Bend. Ore.
Rates for want advertising Five
cents per lino.
, .Read tho Want Adds on Pago 5.. ,
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FOR RENT Two furnished bed
rooms. Inqulro of Mrs. Spltzer,
across from tho Arlington Houso.
WANTED Man to cut cord wood.
Apply Chas. Doono, Marshfield,
FOR SALE Lodging-house,
at this office.
Tho furniture (used threo
weeks) of a six-room house, for salo
quick. House to rent. Inqulro of
WANTED Boy or girl to strip
tobacco. Inqulro at shop over
FOR EXCHANGE Very desirable
business or residence lot at New
port Beach, Cal., on electric lino,
near Los Angeles, for Marshfield
or North Bend property. Address
O. M. NEWMAN,' Marshflold, Or.
Get Your Sunday Dinner at-
2nd and C Streets Phone i61
Special for Saturday nnd Sunday.
Fried Chicken, Chicken,
Boston Baked Beans, Oyster Cocktails
Boston Brown Bread.
Macaroni and Cheese.
A Speolal Variety In Cake, Pies and
Ico Cream. Try Our Lunches.
WANTED Party with $2000 or
more to take interest in local busi
ness enterprise. For further par
ticulars address X. D, S.
care Times offlco.
WANTED Board in prlvato family
by a young gentleman. Address
"G," care Times offlco.
WANTED To notify tho pub'Io that
after November 15 my price for
shingling will bo ?1.25 per thous
and and for hips and yalleys 5
cents per foot. This advance is
made on account of rainy weather.
' - L. C. DURKEE.
FOR SALE 18-foot gasollno boat.
Apply to Max Tlmmerman.
at tho Blanco
FOR RENT Threo nicely furnished
rooms for housekeeping.
FOR SALE Adjustable plno dio.
Cuts from to 2 inches. Mickey,
WANTED Ton men for work on
First Trust & Savings building,
corner First and O streets, Marsh
field; ?3 per day of 0 hours.
FOR SALE Lodging houso. Call at
1 i ....
WANTED A competent girl to do
general housework. Good wages,
Mrs. J. T. McCormao.