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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD. OREGON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1908.
NOTICE OF SALE OF IMPROVE
Scaled proposals will bo received
by the Finance Committee of the
Common Council of the City of
Marshfleld, Coos County, Oregon, at
tho offlce of tho Recorder of said
city, In the City Hall of said city,
until 4 o'clock p. m., Tuesday, Oc
tober 31st, 190S for ?1G,023.S7
street Improvement bonds of tho
City of Marshfleld In denominations
not exceeding $500, bearing Inter
est at the rate of six per cent per
annum, payable sctnt annually; each
bond to bo dated November 2d,
1908, payable ten years from the
date thereof; provided that the
right is reserved to take up and
cancel any of such bonds, upon tho
payment of tho face value thereof,
within accrued Interest to tho date
of payment at any semi-annual In
terest payment peiiod at or after
one year from the date of such bond
or bonds, by giving thirty days pub
Bonds authorized by act of Legis
lature of Strte cf Oregon.
Assessed valuation of City $1,791,
649.00. No bonded Indebtedness.
Population estimated at 5,000.
Certified 'heck for 5 per cent of
amount of bids must accompany
each bid, to be forfeited in case bid
is accepted and bidder lulls to accept
bonds within ten days.
Bids received for any amount of
said bonds, small bidders being
given preference. The right is re
served to reject any and all bids.
Dated this 7th day of October,
JAS H. FLANAGAN,
Flnanco Committee of tho Common
& Grocery Delivery Schedule f
1 forenoon. n
First City 8:30
1 South and West 9:15
T Second City and Broad- a
V way 10:45 n
a Ferndale '..12:45 f
- First City 1:30
& South and West 2:15 f
1 Second City and Broad-
T way 4 o'clock a
j For '
C. W. WOLCOTT ?
THE FAMILY GROCER a
T PHONE 071. a
? Front St. Mnrshflcld.
BUY YOUR FUEL FROM COOS
HAY FUEL CO.
J. O. DOANE, Proprietor.
Dealer in South Marshfleld, Bea-
ver Hill and Ltbby Coal. Dry fire
and stove-wood on short notice.
Phone 531 or Leave Orders at
- I. S. KAUFMAN & CO.
Havo go d Pasture for ten or
fifteen her'i of horses or cattle
- en Catching Inlet. One and one-
half miles from East Marshfleld.
Address: O. C. RUSSELL,
Temple b Wilson
with lady assistant.
LAWnORN & McCULLOCH,
live. Marshfle'ld Lve. North Bend
7:00 A. M. 7:45 A. M.
8:45 " , 10:05 "
10:45 " 11:15 "
1:00 P. M. 1:45 P. M.
2:30 " 3:15 "
4:00 " 5:00 "
Open for Charter Nights and Bandars
Tho Flyer Always Leaves on Time.
Dr. D. A. Sanburn
I am now In Marshfleld to remain.
I treat chronic diseases. I remove
all conditions arising from Impure
blood with Nature's remedies roots
herbs, barks and berries. I also give
Office in Flat S, O'Connell Building,
4A' Street, Marshfleld, Ore.
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,lf f r wm
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They afford waterproof protection on Rainy
days and give a Dressy Appearance on fair days.
Prices $15, $20 and $25
Everything Here In
Raincoats, Umbrellas, Oil Clothing,
Cravenette Hats, Selz Waterproof
Shoes, Rubbers and Rubber Boots.
FREE ON SATURDAY Taft or
Bryan watch fobs 'free to our men custo
mers Ask for one
fitf? ?$$ WJ t MILLTO 'HAN a(miIER?ffl
J. L. BOWMAN, Prop.
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Cook with gas No other fuel
Makes the task of cooking light,
Whether making pie or gruel
Gas will always
I rieat with gas Why sutler ashes
In your cellar by the ton?
Strike a match! Your gas grate flashes
Warmth as radiant as the sun
llse Coos Bay Gas & Electric Co.
MARSHFIELD AND NORTH BEND
Mr. C. H. Wagner, Gen. Mgr. Russ LumberCo.,J5anDIego,
Cal., U. S. A., writes as follows: "A flro occurred "during tho night
of August 17th and was not discovered until morning. Blazo had
died out as tho roofing would not Ignite. This roof is covered with
your Malthold Roofing. We consider that tho resistance of tho
Malthold Roofing stopped the blazo and saved the plant."
The Paraffine Paint Co.
C. E. NICHOLSON,
llff D - WHAT BO YOU
Magazine Bargains combination?
THE WORLD'S AVORIC
Wo have numerous other offers and combinations, just as good.
Ask us about them.
! Norton & Hansen
sa - a - a - a - a - a - a - a - a - a - a - a
Protection Is i
Here are Raincoats which
...mi .. i u:ir
!uvb yuu u jluului a win.
Waterproof Clothing r
GEO. ROTNOR, Mgr.
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cook "just right,
WHAT HO YOU THINK OF THIS
OPPOSITE BLANCO nOTEL
COOS RAY TIDES.
The following tables glvo
hours of high and low tides
every day this week:
SSI (J Ola iKJ '
I 1IGH WATBRI A. M. I P. M.
I Date I h. m.l ft h. m. ft.
Thursday . 22 10:32 6.3110:45 5.S
! Friday . . 23 11:02 C. 6 12:27 6.1
'Saturday . 24 11:33 6.9
'SUNDAY . 25 0:0G 6.112:02 7.1
LOW WATER A. 31. I P. M.
Date. h. m.l ft. I h. m. ft.
Thursday . 22 4:07 1.3 4:4S 1.4
i Friday . . 23 4:44 1.3j 5:22 0.8
Saturday . 24 5:22 1.4 5:56 0.3
SUNDAY . 25 5:58 1.7 6:29 -0.1
(By Associated Press.)
Occasional rain tonight and
Saturday. Cooler tonight.
LOCAL TEMPERATURE RE-
For twenty-four hours end-
ing 5 p. m., Oct. 29, by Mrs.
E. Mingus, special government
At 5 p. m 57
Wind, Southeast; cloudy.
Flyer In Commission. Tho Flyer
again In commission making the
regular run between Marshfleld and
North Bend on her regular schedule.
Benefit For Holland. Tho local
Redmen will give a benefit dance at
the Finnish hall, Saturday night for
Bud Holland who has been 111 at
Portland for spmc time,
October Roses. Yesterday Tom
Hall was exhibiting to his friends a
i branch from one of his rose bushes
containing six beautiful white roses,
fully bloomed and perfect in leaf and
Selects Polling Place. T. J. Hall
has secured the building on Front
street near 'C,' occupied by Rust's
real estate office as the polling place
'for the South Marshflold precinct
next Tuesday. Tho city hall will be
I used as the polling place for North
Improve Coal Mine, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Peart of Coquille, were In the
city today on business. Mr. Peart is
manager of the Peart Bros. Coal
Company of that city and reports
that they have put in a new boiler
and other mining machinery, nnd
that in the spring they expect to
build a railroad from the mlno to
Coqullle to haul coal.
Lodges Move. Tho Modern
Woodmen of America and tho Royal
Neighbors lodges have leased tho
new Finnish temple lodge rooms for
the ensuing year and are today mov
ing their effects from the Eagles'
hall on north Front street. It Is
not unlikely that the organization
will arrange to erect a hall of their
own in the near future.
Tomorrow Is Hallowe'en. Satur
day night will be hallowo'cn and to
day everybody with loose gates,
sidewalks, fences, etc., nro trying to
anchor them eo that they won't
mysteriously move over to the other
side of town. Marshal J". V. Carter
and his cohorts will erideavor to
eliminate all malicious mischief and
anyone found destroying or damag
ing property Is likely to land in tho
Trouble Over Timber. Henry
iHoeck returned today from Portland
where he has been trying to adjust
the trouble between tho Larsen Tim
ber Company, in which he holds tho
controlling interest, and tho Coos
Bay Lumber and Coal Company. It
Is understood that Henry Boutin, Jr.,
of the latter company, refused to
meet Mr. Hoeck's terms. Meanwhile
the logs and other property of tho
Larsen Timber Company havo beon
attached by the working men. It
Is hoped that tho difficulty will bo
SALOON FOR SALE Doing flno
business. Will sacrlflco on ac
count of other business. Address
Saloon, caro Coos Bay Times.
FOR SALE Cheap Ono largo air
tight stove, sultablo for largo room
or bar Also cash register. In
qulro of Merchant & Kammeror.
FOR RENT Four B-room flats In
tho O'Connell building on 'A'
atreet. Apply Hall & Hall.
W. H. KINNEY, a we-1-knoTn Port
land salesman, Is in Marshflold.
J. L. BARTON of Coqul'.lc, spent last
night In Mnrshfield.
L. H. HAZARD of Coqullle, wns In
Marshfleld yesterday on business.
C. A. PETERSON of Rlvcrton, was
a business visitor In Mnrshfield to
day. HENRY HIGGINS of North Coos
River, was in Mnrshfleld on busi
ness. J. C. BEATTY, a well-known Coos
River rancher, Is In Mnrshfleld to
day. FLOYD COFFELT of Coos River,
was In Marshfleld today on busi
ness. A. T. MORRISON of Coqullle, wns In
the city today between trains on
MISS BETH BRADLEY will enter
tain the Prlscllla Club at her home
W. M. ESCOTT is rapidly recovering
from the Injuries sustained in a
coal mlno accident a few weeks
C. E. NICHOLSON left today for his
homestead In the Sand Hills for a
brief outing and to try his luck
as a duck hunter. , -
MRS. JOHN ELLERBY, who has
beon quite sick for some time, Is
Improving much to tho gratifica
tion of her many friends.
J. A. TAWSE, manager of tho Eure
ka Coal Co., was In the city on his
way to Eureka on business con
nected with the company.
MISS ELIZABETH DONNELLY will
leave on tho Breakwater tomor
row for Portland where she will
visit relatives and frionds.
SEYMOUR II. BELL, gonoral man
ager of the Coos Bay Gas and
Electric Company, will leave Mon
day for Portland and Tacoma.
L. II. HAZARD, cashier of the First
National Bank at Coqullle, and J.
S. Barton of the same place, was
in the city last evening on business
MISSES HELEN CHANDLER, Ge
nevieve Sengstncken and Mny Ben
nett made a trip to tho Chandler
bungalow on South Coos River to
day. MRS. R. T. DURETT and son, nr
rlved on the Breakwater today to
Join Mr. Durctt, general mnnnger
of tho, Coos Bay Home Telephone
JOHN R. HERRON, who has been
making tho interior circuit with
his race horses, Is expected homo
within ten dnys. He Is now at
Salt Lake. Ho had poor luck on
THE LAUNCH BONITA
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Above is a picture of tho Bonlta, ono of tho three fast and com-
modlous launches owned by J. A. O'Kolly, which are on tho North
Bond and Mnrshfleld run again, and the travollng public will find
waiting rooms with telephones and other necessary accommoda-
tlons, and will bo able to get a boat overyhalf hour dt both onds
of tho route.
' Tho tickets from tho Bonlta, Marshfleld and North Bend aro
not transferable to other boats.
Day Faro 15c or round-trip, 25c. Night faro, 25c.
Boats for chartet any old tlmo.
ELMER A. TODD, Director
ACADEMY - MUS G
Classes in Harmony, Counterpoint, etc. Vocal Sight Reading and
ensemblo. A pply for catalogue or information to tho Director, New
O'Connell Building, A ami fjecgnd Streets. 'Phone 1055
the trip. Teddy, his galloper, went
J. W. BENNETT In a letter from
Portland, said that he arrived,
there feeling much bettei. He will
prccecd at onco to Paso Robles,
Cal., where he expects to quickly
get rid of rheumatism and all
R. C. CORDES and W. U. DOUGLAS
returned from the Sand Hills to
day after several days spent In
quest of duck. They secured a few
but say that there are not many
birds in yet, the weather evidently
being too nice further north.
JULIUS MATSON, the little son ot
Mr. and Mrs. J. Albert Matson,
who has been very 111 the past
week, is reported improving rap
Idly today, news that will be very
gratifying to the family's many
MICHAEL KERRIGAN, the well
known Marshfleld pioneer, It
quite ill at Llbby where his daugh
ter, Mrs. Enoch Holland resides.
He wns at Mercy hospital for a
while but recovered somewhat
and then returned home. Owing
to his advanced years and his
complicated ailment, much appre
hension is being felt over him.
MAY BRING COQUILLE
RIVER BOAT HERE SOON
Coqulllo River Transportation Com
pany to Establish lino if Propos
ed Merger Doesn't Go Through
Tho Coqulllo River Transporoatlon
Company Is figuring on bringing the
steamer Liberty to Coos Bay and
put it on tho Coos River run If tho
proposed merger of the boat lines otT
the boat docs not go through. Tho
Coqullle River Company has been,
anxious to go in on tho "morgor of
tho lines, but thero is considerable
doubt as to whether the merger can
be effected. In case it doesn't, tho
company plans to enter Into compe
tition with some of the existing
lines. Manager C. J. McLain of tho
company, was over from Coqulllo tho
other day investigating tho situa
tion but did not make any announ
cement at tho time.
If tho merger goes through, It will
mean tho retirement of Captain Rog
ers, ono of tho oldest navigators In
this section, from tho business.
You cannot niako a city good by
sitting around and plaintively re-
marking that It ought to be better.
Tho men and women who go In,
hustle, and do beneficial things arc
tho only ones who count.
CASn system is tho now way. It
will bo all cash at Sanitary Market
after November 1.
HOT TAMALES, fresh today at
PAY CASH and save money on
your meat bills at the Sanitary Mar
ket. MASQUERADE BALL, NORTTC
BEND, November 14, at Eckhoff Hall
Use Tho Coos Bay Times Waut Adt
. . ..
Mr. Elmer A. Todd
Miss Lucy Sherwood Horton
Mies Mablu Clare Millis
(To bo announced later.
MIbs Lucy Sherwood Horton