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THE DAILY COGS IAY TIMES, MM
LD, OREGON, TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1908
NORTH BEND NEWS
Chas Smith of Eastslde, visited
friends In North Bend Saturday.
The Porter Mill started up Monday
morning after being shut down for a
J. Tellefson of Eastslde, and Otto
Olsen of Marshfleld, visited friends in
Mr. and Mrs. P. Robinson of Glas
gow have returned home from their
visit on Ten Mile.
Mrs. Dyler and daughter of North
Bend have gone to Portland and
other northern points for a short
Mrs. Mary Kern, who spent the
past month with her daughter at
Alameda, Cal returned on the Al
liance. Mrs. L. Mctzler of North Bend
Heights, who has been seriously ill
for the past two weeks, Is now Improving.
Mrs. Delos Dobbins of North Bend,
left on the City of Panama for Port
land for a month's visit with friends
Mrs. E. E. Briggs and daughter,
who have been on a berry picking ex
cursion at May for the past three
weeks returned homo yesterday.
Mrs. Geo. Bolster left yesterday to
spend a month in the Coquillo Valley
with friends and relatives. Her son
Jesse Tyroll lives at Bandon.
Mrs. J. F. Bode of North Bend, re
turned yesterday from Colorado
wherb she has been spending several
,-weoks for the benefit of her health.
Dr. Harry Simpsan, who spent a
few days with his brother J. Simp
son at Shore Acres, left on the Ke
dondo Saturday for his home in
"Tlio Itedondo sailed Saturday for
San Diego from the North Bend mill.
Beside her caigo of lumber she had
on 800 white cedar doors from the
Sash and Door Factory.
NEWS OP COQUILLE.
El cuts nt Coos County Sent ns Told
in The Sentinel.
M. G. Pohl was in the city Monday
on his return from Bandon where he
has been to purchase some property
on which he intends to erect a busi
B. II. Kerns has rented the build
ing east of Hershey's store on Sec
ond street and will open a mining
and cMl engineer's ofnee. Mr. Kerns
is from Grand Junction, Colo.
The carpenters are at work on the
old O. K. Creamery building In divid
ing It into three store rooms besides
putting in a new front. Earl Nosier,
Fred Slagle and Chas. Endicott will
move into the building.
Dr. Geo. A. Gates, President of
Pomona College, arrived in this city
Wednesday from Claremont, South
ern California. Ho expects to stay
hore about one week, when he will
leave for the Puget Sound country.
Dr. Walker, pastor of a South
Methodist church at Seattle, and Rev.
C. L. McCausland of Corvallis, presi
ding elder of this district of the
aoutti Aietnoaist cnurcn, unjuyuu u
few days of outing, hunting and fish
ing, with Rev. H. M. Branham, pas
tor of the local church of the same
Let Us Show You
OUR STOCK OF
ARINE Gas ENGINES
We now have on hand four and eight
horse power four-cycle Haase Motors and
3 1-2 and 5 1-2 two-cycle Ferro Auto-marine
For power, reliability, and durability,
these makes are unexcelled.
WATCH THEM RUN
See the 3 1-2-horse power Ferro on display
at the "Gunnery."
Isaac R. Tower
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To the Contractors ana
Builders of Houses I
MARRIED At the homo of the
groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. P.
Dean, in this city at 8 o'clock Wed
nesday evonlng, July 23, Wilbur Ray
Dean to Miss Jennio May Llndobeck,
of Arago. Rev. J. N. McConnell of
ficiating. The wedding was private
and only witnessed by the immediate
relatives of the bride and groom.
The happy couple left yesterday
morning for Whiskey Run where
they will camp out for Iwo weeks
with Paul Wilson and Mr. and Mrs.
C. O. Dryden.
Mrs. W. R. Simpson of Noith Bend,
left Saturday to visit her daughter
Mrs. E. Fahey of Fuller. They, with
a party of friends, will go down the
coast camping out for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Schnffley of
Eastslde, started to spend Sunday
with their brother on Hnynes Inlet.
At Noith Bend the engine broke
down and they had to have a launch
tow them home.
In regard to tho street paving
question, Robert McCnnn, an export
lumbermnn, says that If the lumber
was sawed with a vortical grain and
put on tho streets with tho planking
running on tho bins that it would
wear as long again as putting it
down in tho usual way because tho
nails and calks in tho horses' shoes
will catch in tho cracks where tho
boards have shrunk apart and causo
It to wear out much quicker.
Hon. M. F. Harrington, attorney
at law of O'Nell, Nebraska, and a
leading democratic politician of his
homo state, was the guest of J. O
Stemmler ono day last week. Mr.
Harrington heads the Nebraska elec
toial ticket for Wm. J. Bryan at the
piesldential election next November
and is now making a tour of tho Pa
cific coast states both in a political
and business way. Ho mny become
tho owner of some of Oregon's tall
pines as he said the beautiful forests
of Oregon look good to him. He ex
presses himself as being well pleased
with the political situation this year
from a democratic viewpoint.
MYRTLE POINT POINTERS.
Items of Interest Taken From The
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Johnson wel
comed a bouncing baby boy to their
homo in Myrtle Point on Sunday, the
Miss Stanley Dobbins of tho spe
cialty Advertising Company of tho
Pacific coast, with headquarters at
Los Angeles, spent a weok at North
Bond with relatives. Miss Dobbins
has had wide experience in commer
cial advertising. Sho loft on tho City
of Panamn for Astoria and Portland
In tho intorosts of her firm. Miss
Stanley is a talented musician and
vocalist In addition to her other ac
complishments and her acquaintances
nindo hero regret her speedy call of
duty a tour of tho southern states.
Mike Sumerlin Is tho latest to get
In a shot at tho panther family, hav
ing laid ono of the big brutes low
this week. Tho panther had entered
tho yard of Mr. Leanord, had at
tacked and killed his dog and was
eating tho carcass when shot. It was
a female brute and must have been
on the verge of starvation to attack
a dog, though ono or two similar in
stances have occurred in this section.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Notice is heroby given that sealed
bids will bo receivod by tho Recorder
of tho city of North Bond until 10
o'clock a. m August tho 11th, 190S,
for furnishing nnd laying n high pres
sure flro mnin nlong tho wntor front
nnd on Sherman avenuo, according
to tho plans and specifications In tho
ofllco of tho City Engineer.
A certified check for G per cont of
tho hid must accompany each bid.
Tho city rosorves tho right to reject
any or all bids.
J. W. GARDINER,
City Recorder of North Bend, Or.
Kotico Is hereby given that tho reg
ular scml-nnnunl examination of ap
plicants for Stato and County papers
will ho hold in tho Comrt House nt
Coquillo, Oregon, boginning August
12, 190S, nnd continuing threo dujs.
Dated this 21th day of July, 190S.
W. II. BUNCH,
Councilman J. D. Barklow, who
was directing tho work of getting tho
now boiler for the auxiliary pumping
plant to its site on tho North Fork,
states that tho feat was successfully
accomplished. Tho boiler wolghs
four tons and was Untiled out on a
truck weighing another ton, threo
teams being used. It was taken over
tho Cooper hill nnd across tho bridge,
then through Ed. Jenkins place to
tho river where it was skidded across
to its location. It wns a severe strain
on tho bridge, but the structure held.
Tho pump, which wolghs three tons,
is expected to nrrive this week, and
after it is installed tho service will
bo commenced. Meanwhile, with the
iron piping Installed last winter, tho
sorvico is holding up much bettor this
summer than It did last year, nnd
most of tho wnter consumers havo
had plenty of water.
TEACHER'S ANNUAL INSTITUTE.
Tho Annual Teachers' Instltuto for
Coos County for tho year 1908, will
conveno at Myrtlo Point, August 18
20. Among tho instructions from
without the county who will attend
nnd assist in the sessions of this
mooting, will bo Stato Superintend
ent Ackormnn, Superintendent R. F.
Robinson, Prof. Jones and Prof.
Trnver. An excollont tlmo Is anti
cipated for thoso who will attend.
Every ono interested in tho oducn
tlonal ndvancomont of tho county
should arrange to bo presont.
W. II. BUNCH,
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This splendid weather
makes every one long for the
woods, its shady nooks and
streams. Your vacation will
prove monotonous without a
few new books and magazines,
we have a complete line to
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i Keeping Quality Up
Keeping Prices Down
has been the main factor in developing
our present big business. You can't af-
ford not to get our prices on OFFICE
DESKS and CHAIRS. We also carry a
' complete line of Dining Tables and
Dining Room Furniture. Our Repair
', and Upholstering Department is com-
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This is the time of year to
Cook With Gas
Electric Flat Irons
The Coos Bay Gas
Marshfield and North Bend, Oregon
When figuring on building; see
us before making estimates
We will save you money Our
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In Color and Purity
Golden Gate Lard
A trial will convince any housewife
Ask for it
AH Grocers and Butchers Have It
Is Liable to break out
in your store, office or
q residence at anytime
Wc are agents for the famous
Calchien Fire Extinguisher
Think of it a Fire d 5 ffb
Extinguisher for.... p.1w
Call and examine them. We are also the
Carrying a full line of spark plugs, packings, bat
teries, coils, dynamos, marine hardware, oils, in
fact everything for a gasoline boat.
Coos Bay Oil k Supply Co.
Water Front Near "A" Street
Phone 33 - - Marshfield, Ore
Agents for the famous
MIANUS and SAMSON GAS ENGINES
TITLE GUARANTEE & ABSTRACT CO.
Phone 143 Henry Sengstacken, Mgr.
Investors Stop and Investigate
Home with Income or an Investment
A practical location for a fruit farm that
has no rival, This farming and dairying proposi
tion will pay from 15 to 20 per cent on purchase price,
The farm consists of 193 acres sandy and clay loams
80 per cent of which is ready for the plow, Located
on the Coos River at the junction of the north and south
fork, This farm is equipped with all necessary farming
tools and best grade of cattle for the dairy,
The dairy department is netting about $16 per day
Ther? HeJS acJ,es of, P0toes which represent a
value of $3,000. The price for this splendid property
including all personal property (crop excepted), is
$103 per acre; half cash, balance on easy terms,
We are waiting to show you this splendid proposi
tion at any time, For full particulars call on Stutsman
and Company, real estate, or E, Enegren, the owner,
who resides on the property,
We have many other propositions to offer you,
STUTSMAN AND COMPANY, REAL ESTATE.
Corner 'C and Front Streets, Marshfield, Oregon.
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