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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1908.
Benefits to Be Derived From
Organizing Coos Bay Harbor
wrm and unaccompanied by winds.
Messrs Zsvely and Robinson, who
lntoly disposed of their Interests In
the Coquille River Transportation
Company, departed north per steam
er Breakwater Saturday. Their des
tination, we are, told, Is Eastern Ore
gon from whence both came but two
W. F. Keller and family moved
from Arago to the Pink Laird place
near Johnson's mill last Sunday, Mr.
Keller having leased the same for a
term of years. Plfykston will conti
nue to reside on the place, but Billy
will be the man behind the plow
'man with the hoe" in the
NEWS OF COQUILLE.
Items of Interest Taken From The
A. Flanders Is expecting to seek a
change of climate, owing to Ill
health. Grandpa Dean was S8 years old
last Friday. He is in perfect health.
Everyone loves the old gentleman,
and It is hoped he will have many
TtlA ntnum rlilil. hnnnti n...l..
'Tho fnllnwlnp" rnnafinn nrp crlrpn b J
. ... mnrnlnc will be of unmeasured crnnd I
why the Port or Coos Uay should Dei " , ., ..... '
. . I to the county, as the soli had become
organized: . ' ,
very dry and the farmers were pny
1. That a commission composed ,ng f a 'downpour. The rnlns were
or nve raemuers snan nave control 01
the bay, bar, channel, waterfront
and navigation of Coos Bay.
2. That such commission shall
have authority to sue or be sued.
3. That It shall have power to
contract with the United States gov
ernment. 4. That it may levy taxes to raise
money in all the districts which will
be benefitted by the Improvement of
5. That It may construct and
.maintain a dry dock and collect fees
tor Us use,
6. That it may acquire and oper
ate dredges for the improvement of
the bay and bar.
' 7. That It may maintain a pro
per towage and salvage system or
regulate the operations of private
companies engaged therein.
8. That it may issue bonds to
raise monev to nurchase tidal area. . .i.nu i . .il
and to enlarge the same.
S. That It .ry Issue bonds to
construct canals where the same
xnay 1o necessary to connect the
Waterways of the bay.
10. That it may acquire a public
wharf or wharves.
11. That It may have police
powers over all the navigable waters
of the harbor and bay.
12. That It may prohibit and re
move obstructions Improperly placed
In the bay and channel.
13. The existence of such a com
mission and Port organization will
Insure the consideration of every Im
portant question affecting the bay.
14. It will Insure the proper pre
sentation of every claim which the
hay has to the attention of the Fed
eral government and the Congress
of the United States.
15. It will insure the ascertain
ment of all the facts which should ,,... , .. i
lie presented to the Engineering De
jpartment and the Rivers and Har
bors Committee. I
1C. It will make it possible to
have ships like the Plant, Alliance,
Breakwater, Czarina, Nann Smith, '
llcdondo and the many others which
enter Coos Bay, to have any In
juries which they may receive by
reason of the perils of the ocean, re
paired at this port rather than bo
towed at great expense to Portland
or San Francisco.
17. Tt will insure a fund being
obtained from taxation of all prop
erty which ought to contribute, for
use In continuing the work of dredg
ing the harbor.
18. It will make it possible to
represent the claims of Coos Bay as
a coaling station.
."19. It will aid In procuring. for
tifications for Coos Hend.
30. It will raise the class of tho
liaibor from third class to first class
and mtitlo It to the lights, light
house, and regulations of a first-,
There nr0 many other Import nt
matters w,ich such a commission
would be lna position to take up nnd '
givo proper mention to.
vnx. m ninn. ir orsinlzation Is re
jmou-lble for t uUer failure which
"Coos "Bay 1ms seu,.oa Jn evorv rec9nt
effort to obtain Cognition from
Congress. some Mnk Portland Is
Is now In this market for your In
spection. Small Broilers and Large
Family Turkeys, and everything else
In this line.
Choice Roasts and Juicy Steaks
are here to tempt you. Call In and
get acquainted with us and with our
goods and prices.
IF WE SHOULD SELL YOU
A Steel Range at Costj
AND GIVE YOU
I 1 0 Per Cent Discount for Cash
! WOULD YOU BUY IT?
PIONEER HARDWARE CO. !
E. HAGUE, Pres.
M. D. SUMNER, Vice-Pros.
HaM & Richards
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Messrs. Nye and Paulson are about
to establish a camp above Myrtle
Point for supplying logs to their mill
In this city, it being the desire to
operate the mill as steadily as pos
sible in the future. We understand
they have 6,000,000 feet on the land
secured and will put a good crew at
work. Bert Dyer and Jack Chittek
will handle the company's slab busi
The boiler that was taken from the
hull of the old steamer Antelope, was
sold to Chas. James and others for
service in a new shingle mill that Is
to be build on Two-mile below Ban
don. It was taken to Two-mile since
our last issue.
Jack Fox was painfully hurt at
Conologue's camp near Beaver Hill
Monday afternoon while at work on
the donkey engine. Ho was struck
on the Jaw by a flying bar, his jaw
bone being broken and several teeth
knocked out through the operation.
Jack came home to recuperate from
tho accident for a few days.
Read REX BEACH'S bear
hunt. There's art and fun and
wet feet all mixed up together.
One of our best doctors says
that good reading keeps more
young folks out of mischief
than any other one thing.
Try "Everybody's." Get
one now. It's blfc nnd bright
and powerful. It's too good to
15 cents a copy, $1.50 a year.
NORTON and HANSEN'S
GO TO YOUR DEALER
nnd ask for any of the following cigars:
Deep Sea, Porto de Oro,
Chums While Crow Luxo
Havaaa Specials Oregonian Refunds
Little Teddy MarylandCIub
Clear Ilnvanns, Domestics and Nickel Goods.
If they don't suit you, tell us what is tho matter with
them nnd wo will then tell you what is the trouble with
Western Oregon Grocery Co.
NORTH BEND, COOS BAY. OREGON.
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NOTICE OF SAJ.E OF IMPROVE
Senled proposals will bo received
by the" 'Finance Committee jf iho
Common Council of the City cf
Marshfleld, Coos County, Oregon, at
the office of the Recorder of s:.ld
city, in the City Hall of snid ulty,
until 4 o'clock p. m Mondav, .v.
vember 30, 1908, for $16,023. '7
street Improvement bonds of the
City of Marshfleld In denominations
not exceedlnc ?500, beaiing tDtcr
est at tho rate of six per cent per
annum, payable semi-annually; each
bond to be dated November 2d,
1908, payable ten years from tho
dato thereof; provided that the
right is reserved to take up and
cancel any of such bonds, upon the
puyinuut uf tho face value thereof,
within accrued Interest to tho date
of payment at any semi-annual In
terest payment period at or after
one year from the date of such bond
or bonds, by giving thirty days pub
I Bonds authorized by act of Legis
lature of State of Oregon.
Assessed valuation of City $1,791-,
I No bonded Indebtedness.
Population estimated at 5,000.
Certified check for 5 per cent of
amount of bids must accompany
each bid, to be forfeited in caso bid
is accepted and bidder falls to accept
bonds within ten days
Bids received for any amount of
said bonds, small bidders being
given preference. Tho right Is re
served to reject any and all bids.
Dated this 5th day of November
JAS H. FLANAGAN,
Finance Committee of the Common
BRINKS FROM BANDON.
News of City-By-Tlie-Sen As Told By
i J. M. Jensen arrived here last
week from Wyandotte, Cal., and has
purchased an interest in B. A. Kolp's
real estate business, and will locate
Makers and McLain
Gyvs?.v (Vi.ri:tir'.s Bui' ':n
Beaver Hill Coal
Office: Broadway & Queen St
Phones 2(111 -826
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Something to be
John N. Langlols is preparing to
set out fifteen acres of cranberries
on his farm near Two Mile Creek.
He has already secured a ton of
plants and will set out about two
acres this winter.
J. P. Tupper of Coquille, was In
this city Wednesday and completed
arrangements to reopen the Elk Horn
saloon in the Anderson building on
tho water front under the manage
ment of John Hudson of Coquille.
Assessor T. J. Thrift was in Ban
don this week to take tho steamer
Elizabeth for San Jose, Cal., to visit
Ills need father and other ralntlvos.
Vt pres- ( M Tlu.lft exl,ects to uo auacnt about
fcur veeks nnd during his absence
M. O. Hawkins will have charge of
tho assessor's office.
De-VHt"s Carbollzed Witch Hazel
Salve Is esppclally good for piles, but
It is also recommended nearly every
where for anything when a salve is'
needed. It is soothing, cooling and
healing. Be sure to get DeWitt's ' T
Witch Hzel Salve when you ask for
it. We sell and rerommend It Sold
, by LOOK HART it, PARSONS.
The manufacturer of one of the best brands of Linoleum ithnde J
nn error in the shipment of our order nnd as n result wo nre over
stocked. To work off the surplus supply we will sell
is w lint is regularly sold at 70c and 75c. It will pay
Liiuleuni now and look at this before you buy.
T UXEBSfiJu tf..'l
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is the perfect condition of your Linen
as It reaches you from our Laundry.
Not a fault to find with It, because we
do the work thoroughly and In style,
taking the greatest care of the finest
fnbrlcs and delivering the goods In
the pink of condition. You will bo
glad to glvo us your regular work
after making a single trial of our
way of doing things; and our prices
are very reasonable, too.
Coos Bay Steam Laundry
ah Cull Nsrvuu ni r IIOU
1 1 itti I If n r.P hih! itlifi I. v.
IIWN'KH, MILLER CO.
LIverv. FVI mid Side Sliilili.
HAY FOR SALE -Wholesale and
3d and 'A' Sts. Phone 1201 Mrfld.
opposed to Coos Bav It ls not
Portland s'mply wantv.y--ytu.ig. ,n
sight and takes It uhso nobody
clso hn3 iho proper 0"Bization to
protect other localities. irtlatul s
not cpneerned In Coos Bay a tlili. ks
Coos Hay ls not concerned v its0(
That Is not I'orunnu s iuiui. j. la
Coos Bay's fault. Lot Coos n
Wnt'lT PAim nlllnna nnH '
wholesome nt tho Coos Buy Bake-1 T
ry. Come In and ask for a sample, i ?
HOT TU'UES today nt POrthr-Ts.
TH0MAS0N & HANSON
'Hay Grain and Feed'
Delivery Phone 1751
show mo world thnt sho is w,tll
organlzVig nnd tho world will th
Bbo Is Vrth recognizing. i
FRVITVJAKE and Plum Pudding
from Coos lv for Portland
uitDAY, nombj:r as, t a p
ciiwus Iso7f I'"00 8tud
win ho OPEN l.NKSOIVINfi D.i
frnm 8 a. in. 1 P. m.
YOU CAN fift ur "urkey
cooked at Cortlioll
ori.'AMKlt FIFIKHX bviK FO
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If you are not well prepared for the
cold of winter step into our store and
examine a line of
hat will answer every requirement
6" the climate
CORRECT PRICEIS OURHOBBY
Take the doctor's advice as to
where you should get your drugs and
prescriptions put up, and his hints
-ill boneflt you. invariably he will
send you here, because we have the
reputation of keeping the purest and
freshest drugs and medicines, and nf
carefully compounding such prescrip
tions as he writes. We are prompt
and polite, t"r In our service, and
patrons ne,ve. havo to complain of
overcharging. Remember the name
and address for possible future us
loos Bay Liquor Co.
SPECIAL FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY
10 year old
gallon . ,
XXXX Rye, per
Best quality Sherry Wine, per
Best quality Aiigclica Wine,
po.' gallon 82.00
Best quality Tnblo Cluret, per
Try a case of Welnhnrd or
Lager Beer (Union Made).
TO 3ILRSHFIELD VOTERS.
RED CROSS DRUG SToRE
JOHN PREUSS", Proprietor
COLUMBIA MACHINE WORKS;
Cavanagh, Chapman (Si Co. ,
General Repair Work and Woodturuing. Launches a Specialty J
Foot of Queen Avenue, Marshfleld
The plumbing on tbe new
Hotel Chandler is being done
J. B. RUST
The specifications call for
class "A" material and wprk
mnnshlp throughout. Esti
mates given on plumbing,
heating and gas fitting.
'C' Street, Opposite Hotel
Clinndler PHONE 804.
REAL ESTATE I
C Street, between Front nnd ,'.
The platform adonted by the
Marshfleld Citizens League,
which asks all desiring a bettei
city to Join it and aid In carry
ing out its rims Is as follows;
"AVE PLEDGE OUR CANDI
DATES TO AN HONEST,
STRAIGHT FORWARD, ECO
NOMICAL BUSINESS ADMIN
ISTRATION, AND TO REDUCE
THE DEBT OF THE CITY IN
ALL LEGITIMATE MEANS
But the Dirt
Broadu ay. Phone 005.
City and Bunker Hill Property
at low figures.
MarsMield Hand H
& Steam Laundry
A m.-4ii uf