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E COOS BAYTIMEMfflsHFl!
jyiaker of Good Clothes
365 N front Street, Marshfield, Oregon
(Vc also do pressing and repairing)
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OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
f . L Campbell Company
COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS
545 Broadway South
STEAMER M. F. PLANT
LVmHIH CAN'OT "E CURED.
-" wnu Al'l'LdL'ATIONS, as
wiu cannot reach the seat of the dls
'case. Catarrh is n iiini.i -.. ,,,111,,
' tional disease, and In order to euro It
?t ... Sl taKe Internal remedies.
Han s Catarrli Cure is taken intern-
iiij , ana acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces. Hull'- Catarrh
Curo is rot a quack medicine. It
was prescribed by one of the best
Physicians In this country for years
and is a regular prescription. It is
composed of tho best tnnlrs l-nnwn.
combined with the best blood puri
ne, ucung directly on tho mucous
surfaces. Tho perfect combination of
tho two Ingredients is hat produces
sucirwonderful results in curing Ca
tarrh. Send for testimonials free.
P. J.CIIBNB Y & CO., Props. Toledo.O.
Sold by Druggists, price 75c.
Tako Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
(Continued from Page Six.)
maam Sails for San Francisco every eight days.
TICKETS RESERVED UP TO THE ARRIVAL OP THE SHIP,
RESERVATIONS WILL- BE CANCELLED AT THAT TIME UN- W
1ESS TICKET IS UOUUI1T. , '
F. S. Dow, Agent. Marshfiek? , Ore.
MMWWSSSSHSHSHSiF ri?W jHS?.TaSH52S?. 'WSHSHSHKSHHSI
Portia id & Coos Bay S, S. Line S
CiaaffiA fitxanlrma' env
Sails from Ainswortli Dock Portland, 9 a. m., June 3,
8, 13, 18, 23, 28. Sails from Coos Bay June 5, 10, 13, g
20, 25, 30, at service of tide. Reservations will not o
beheld later than noon of date of sailing, unless tick
ets are purchased. '
W. F. Miller, Agt,. Phono Main 35-L
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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notlco I hereby given that sealed
bids tflll be received by tho under
signed at the ofllec of the Coos Day
Rapid Transit Company, at Plat E,
North 13md, Oregon, on or before the
Sth day of June, 1910, at the hour
nf one o'clock P. M. of said day, for
the construction of the road bed of
tho Coos Bay Rapid Transit Com
pany's street railway from City wharf
I on Virginia Avenue, North Bend, Ore
gon, to terminal at Marshfield, to
gether with all spurs, side tracks and
switches, according to tho profile of
said roadbed which may bo seen at
tho ofllco aforesaid.
All bids must be accompanied with
a certified check for $1,000.
Tho corporation reserves the right
to reject any and all bids, or to award
the contract to any person, firm or
corporation complying with the above
conditions. By order of the Board
Beaver Hill Coal
MOUNT DIABLO AND JOSSON CEMENT
The best Domestic and Imported brands.
Plaster, Lime, Brick, and all kinds of builders material.
310 SOUTH BROADWAY PHONE 201
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CURED HAY FEVER
AND SUMMER COLD
A. 8. Nusbaum, Batesvllle, Indiana,
writes: "Last year I suffered two
or three months with a summer
cold so distressing that it Interfered
with my business, I had many of the
symptoms of hay fever, and a doc
tor's prescription did not reach my
case, and I took several medicines
which seemed only to aggravate It.
Fortunately I insisted upon having
Foley's Honey and Tar. It quickly
cured me. My wife has since used
Foley's Honey and Tar with the
same success." Red Cross Phar
macy, (John Preuss, Prop.)
J. W. INGRAM
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlce 208-20H Coos Building
Phones Offlce 1621; Residence 1621
DU. A. L. nOUSEWORTH
Physician and Surgeon
Offices second floor of Flanagan fc
Bennett Bnak Building.
Offlce hours 2 to 4 p m.; 7.to 8 p. m
Phone: Office. 1431; Residence. 14IJ
IHE HEIGHT OP CIGAR
QUALITY IS ACHIEVED IN A
- T - 1 . . . t i i , ,
210-213 Coos Building
PHONfL 2 14 J
No matter how long you have suf
fered, Foley's Kidney Remedy will
help you. Mrs. S. L. Bowen of Way
ne, W. Va., writes: "I was a suf
ferer from kidney disease, so that
at times I could not get out of bed,
and wjien I did 1 could not stand
straight. I took Foley's Kldnev
Remedy. One dollar bottle anl part
of the second cured me entirety."
It will cure you. UriD CKOSS
PHARMACY. (Jo 11 Preuss., Pi op.'.
CASH PAID FOR
WOOL and MOHAIR
C. F. McGEORGE
I7H Broadway South. Marshfield
Office over Fianegan & Bennett
Over Chamber of Commerce
G. W. DUNGAN,
Telephone: Day 105-J
Undertaking Rooms Front St. North.
Wm. Harmon 4.60
Claude Nasburg 2.20
John Tawso 2.00
Chat Hullng 2.00
E. C. Crump 7.20
Jim Miller 3.80
W. R. Miller 3.80
William Robson 5.60
William Gaffey 2.00
Thomas Feese 5.60
W. W. Revis 5.60
John Michelbrlnk 12.20
Peter Mlckelbrink 12.20
Clarence Gould 11.20
Charles DeHuden 5.60
James Monahan '5.00
Hugh Johnson 7.40
C. E. Houser 6.60
Wm. Graham ". 2.40
Bird Nosier 2.00
S. W. Fahy 6.60
Fred McLean 5. SO
Guy Drew 6.60
P. Ward 6.60
Walter Butler 5.60
Thomas Guerin 3.80
Hal Baxter 2.00
H. L. Houston 7.20
Stato vs. Nell.
G. W. Stewart 7. SO
S. D. Pulford 3. SO
Chas. W. Hill 8.00
A. L. Buell . . 10.00
Sam Stout 5.00
L. A. Roberts 3.80
Skee.s & Son, lawn fertilizer.
W. II. Boyle, carpenter work. 15.75
ESS DIRECTORY OF REL1ABL
' vn niTsrxESS MEN IN
XUB FOLLOWING 18 A LIST OP RELIABLE BUSINESS . iu "" pRI0ES OR
"Aiuiwiisu) WHO HANDLE GOODS THAT UA u. ""' """" PATRONWE THEM
MEN WHOSE WORK MAY BE DEPENDED UPON. IT WILL PAY YOU TO PATKOM x
Tn? Modern Company
1&S9 CANDY, CRACKhRS
Marshfield, Oregon CIGARS, PIPES, ETC
!' bette'' Prepared to servo yoa
ban eer befcre.
Comincrci.il Ale., bet. Front niul
WILLEY & SCHR0EDER
Plumbing and Heating
"arshfWd, Oie., Phone 773
LAST SUMMER'S SUIT M look
as fresh as a spring daisy if you
will let us clean and press It for
you. Phone 520-X and we will call
immediately. UNIQUE PANTATO
RIUM, D. L. I'oote; Central ave.
FOR GOOD PHOTOS
lhoadwny and Central Avenue.
W. P. EVANS, President. HGeorge W. Martin 21.00
State vs. White.
Mrs. Mary Jones 8.00
Grand Jury Witnesses April, 1910,
Chloe Buell 5.49
H. J. Isaacs .- 6.20
Frank Bates 7.20
John Vanburger 8.80
Lanson Leneve 2.00
Wm. J, Fellows 9.20
Percy Roundtree 8.80
John Reeves . .". 8.80
Wm. Hunter 5. CO
Mrs. J. D. Myers 2.00
L. D. Kinney G.20
B. F. Wyatt '. (5.20
John Bates 7.2Q
Charles Fox 9.20
P. L. Cimino 9.20
Pete Menegat 9.00
Gus Peterson 8. SO
Ralph Rackleff 3.80
J. D. Myers 4.00
State vs. John Reeves.
J. F. Schroeder 2.00
Peter Menegat 17.00
Dan Helsen 10.00
Percy Roundtree 1C.80
Robert Hope .... .1 10.00
Peter MIrasoul 7.60
J. C. Slagle, Sr 2.00
W. J. Fellows 17.20
P. L. Cimino 17.20
John Vanburger 1G.S0
Gus Peterson 16.80
Grand Jurors, April, 1910, Terni.
J, F. Schroeder 21.00
Charles Cavanagh 25.20
P. N. Reberg 25.20
D. A. Curry 24. GO
C. C. Carter 22.80
B. H. Burns 21.00
Syver Backey 25.20
Jurors, April, 1910, Term.
J. F. Haga 37.00
T. G. Barker 35.80
E. E. Oakes 11.20
Charles Adams 22.80
E. S. Bargelt G.G0
E. E. Johnson 3.00
C. Lett 34.60
P. Pendergrass 54.60
W. N. Ekblad 51. GO
W. II. Mansel 3.00
A. E. Crouch 45.00
L. D. Belleu 73. GO
J. J. Clinkenbeard 5G.80
W. O. Cooper 4.80
J. Machado 4.80
J. L, Knight ', 12.40
Albert Barklow . . . 53.00
Frank Flam 37.60
August Frlzeen 66. GO
T. L. Carey 25.20
G. S. Davis 4.20
A. A. Leach 3.00
J. H. Radabaugh 4.40
Joseph Larson 78. GO
Jurors Summoned from Bystanders.
J. J. Lamb 9.00
Charles Cavanagh j 9-00
J H. Tucker 9-00
A. W. Folsom C.00
In Re Miscellaneous Hills. j
Coos Bay Homo Telephone Co..$89.60
Coqullle River Electric Co.,
elee'ric current 20.00
S. S Sherwood, repairing jail. 3.50
Walter Culln, mod. attendance
on prisoners 3,00
J. T. Nosier, labor in court
house yard 4.00
W. W. Gage, board of prison
L. & M. Alexandor Co., balance
on typewriter 52.50
Coqullle Steam Laundry, laun-
dray for courthouse. 9 25
City of Coqullle, wator rent,
0 months 18.0.0
R. S. Knowlton, sundries for
Times' Want Ads Get Results
F. J. HAYES.
The very latest
mnthods m fitting glasses. Test
ing of children's eyes a specialty.
Broken glasses duplicated,
THE TIMES WANT ADS BRING
WIG' RESULTS FOR LITTLE
COST. THERE'S A REASON.
J. L. KOONTZ
Machine and Repair Shops
Steam and Gas Engine Work
At Holland's boat shop. Front
street, Marshfield, Ore.
Coqullle Wood and Coal Yard, j
team hire, coal OS.OO i
Geo. A. Steel, Stato Treasurer, j
Inmates State Institution of j
Feeble Minded 241.55 ' T
In Ro Officers and Deputies.
Co School Superintendent's Office.
W. II. Bunch, salary and cx-
Minnie Hermann, grading Sth
grade, M. S. S., January. . . . 9.00
Ida E. Gamble, grading Sth
grade, M. S. S., January 9.00
Laura Wise, grading Sth
grade, M. S. S., January. . . . 9.00
Ines Chas, grading 8th grade
M. S. S., January 3.00
Minnie Hermann, grading 8th
grade, M. S. S., January. .. . 9.00
Walter Culln, health officer,
salary 2 months 41. 7S
N. Osmundson 12.00
Ray Collier 6G.25
Jotty L. Watson 132.50
Ines F. Bunch 112.50
H. E. Folsom 1S1.25
N. Osmundson 177.50
A. W. Cope 9G.25
Geo. O. Leach 15S.75
Lanson Leneve 121.25
L. W. Oddy 191.25
R. M. Horton ..... 14S.25
R. M. Morgan 143.75
A. W. Cope, labor In County
Treasurer's office 5S.75
Chas. H. Jackson, assessing. . 11 1.00
W. W. Williams, assessing S7.00
C. J. Van Zlle, assessing 54.00
Minnie Shape, list of final
homestead and cash entries. 4.30
E. A. Anderson, County Com
W. T. Dement, County Commls-
John F. Hall, 2 months salary
as County Judge 166.66
Roads, Bridges and Ferries.
E. O'Connell, damages in ex
tension of Front St., R. D.
No. 5 205.00
W. Billiard, maintaining
J. C. Savage, pub. no lco
contractors, Dist. No. 12
C. Savage, pub. notice
contractors, Dist. No. 17
C. Savage, pub. notice
contractors, Dist. No
J C. Savage, pub(
J C. Savage, pub,
R. D. No. 17, Special
Moses Endicott, rodman
C. W. Gatchell, chainman . . .
Harry Williams, chainman..
Wm. Lehmanowskv. nymnn
and operating Dullard's
South Slough Ferry.
Frank Wyman, labor 5.00
Nelson Iron Works, supplies. 2.75
Ira A. Albee, 2 mos. salary as
C. H. Dondono, labor on wench 14.50
J. N. McNalr, 2 mos. salary as
East Marshfield Ferry.
C. A. Smith Lumber & Mfg.
Co., lumber 3.13
Pioneer Hardwaro Company,
Coos Bay Oil & Supply Co., oil 23.05
William Holland, labor and
Columbia Machine Works, re
pair of ferry slip 3.00
E. M. Potter, labor on ferry. . 8.00
Marshfield Hardwaro Co., hose,
clamps, etc ,22.00
I. A. Hall. 2 mos. salary as
T. T. Golden, 29 days engineer 67.57
Warren Andress, 31 days as
Geo. Rhoda, 2 months salary
as deckhand 70.00
J. C. Savage,' pub. road and
bridge notices 4.76
Pacific Builder and Engineer,
pub. notice Hermann Bridgo 4.10
L. A. Llljequlst, di awing pa
pers Myrtle Point road.... 10.00
George W. Cox, lumber R. D.
No. 19 45.00
Marshfield Hardwaro Co., road
machine, lovelier, freight. .410.45
E. L. Robinson, services in ro
South Slough Bridge 32.50
Pioneer Hardware Co., powder
and fuse 74.50
John Josephson, 2 trips to
South Slough 8.00
Simpson Lumber Co., lumber,
R. D. No. 8 14.50
E. I. Du Pont De Nemours
Powder Co., bal. on Inv. No.
Huling, Lundy & Sons, powder,
freight, Ins., etc 258.23
A. N. Gould, making maps, pro
files, surveying, various
John Yoakam, viewer, various
roads 53. GO
Lloyd Spires, viewer, various
Middle Fork, Road.
L. C. Belleu, chainman 12.00
D. McBee, axnian 12.00
L, B. Jennings, axman G.50
T. J. McBee, axman 12.00
J. M. Gurney, axman 5.50
C. L. Fallwell, rodman 12.00
In Ho Special Improvements.
Tho Enterprise, pub. notice to
contractors, Dist. No. 26. . . 4.95
The Enterprise, pub. notice to
contractors, Dist. No, 25... 4.50
The Enterprise, pub, notlco to
contractors, Dist. No. 18... 5.70
The Enterprise, pub. notlco to
contractors, Dist. No. 16. . , 3.10
J. C. Savage, pub, notice to
contractors, Diet; No, 1. .. 2.17
A. N. Gould, surveying, making
profiles, and maps, etc 22.40
R. D. No. 25, Special.
A. N. Gould, staking road and
T. Aasen, chainman 2.00
R. D. No. 26, Special.
G. Robblns, chainman 2.00
N. Gould, survevlnir. fn. . . 50 an
I. S. Robblns, axman 2.00
General Road Fund.
Larson Dredging Company,
dredging Haynes and North
Sloughs , , .341.00
Beall & Co., road machinery. .640.75
Myrtle Point-Douglas County Lino
L. D. Belleu, damages 130.95
L. B. Fetter, damages 13.50
J. D. Myers, damages si n
Betta Wlgant, damages 40.40
II. S. Davis, damages 4.50"
Lou Cribbins, damages, $33.75, con
tinued until July 1910 Term.
In Ro Taxation.
Refund of Taxes In R. D. No. 26, Spe
cial, Levied for the Year 1908.
Edmund Hall Land Co 28S.48
Mrs. Julia. Carman 14.45
R. P. Carman 9.6a
W. F. Neal 2.34
O. J. Grant 10.94
W. J. Mnssey 8.98
Mrs. A. E. Massey 7.73
Calvin Gant 1S.0G
J. M. and J. P. Hayes 22.25
H. Hartley 35. 5G
Thomas J. Hayes I. 9.49
Pilsbury Lumber Company . .1163.35
E. N. Smith 10.62
E. E. Johnson 8G.74
C. Carman .T. . . . . 4.G5
John Neal 17.67
James Grant 7.1G
O. E. Marsters . . . ; '4.50
George V. Massey S.97
Samuel Johnson 30.45
R. L. Morris 3.00
Morris Bros., first half 12.58
Chas. Morris Estate 8.90
J. McD. Hayes 6.43
Wallace Vandecar 24.00
Li 'He Hllli Continued, Reduced or
' Not Allowed.
Bushong & Co., Inv. 71136-200 log
cruising sheets, $19.00, not for
D. F. Dean, publishing County Court
proceedings, reduced ?1.90.
A. Ellingson, burial of Albert Chase,
., reduced from $20.00 to $10."00.
S. S. Shields, care of Spauldlng fam
ily, $19.80, allowed $10.00. .
Alfred Cornwell, care of Elizabeth
Lively, $2S.50, allowed $19.60.
John L. Koontz, labor on East Marsh
field Ferry, $24.25; continued for
approval by captain.
Simpson Lumber Co., lumber for R.
D. No. 14, $4.75, continued for In
formation. J. O, Stemmler, drawing 4 deeds,
$10.00, not allowed.
Coos Bay Times, advertising Her
mann Bridge, $10.50; returned for
Coos Bay Home Telephone Co., re-
soS-imp Suojav 'si'Ej paonp
Tho Underwood Typewriter, $17.05
rental, express charges, etc., for
typewriter, not allowed.
Laura Wise, exam. Sth grade M. S. S,,
Sept., 1910, amt. $9.00, continued.
Stato of Oregon:
County of Coos: ss. I, James Wat
son, County Clerk for Coos County
and State of Oregon, cx-offlclo Cleric
of tho County Court for said County
and Stato, custodian of the records,
archives and files of said County, do
hereby certify that the foregoing Is a
truo and correct statement of tho
amount of bills of expense, In whoso
favor drawn or allowed, continued
or not allowed, ou tho various funds
of tho County as audited by the Coun
ty Court of said County and Stato, at
the regular May 1910 Term of sa'tl
Court, as the same appears In tho
journals of said Court now In my
ofllco and custody.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
tho County Clerk affixed this 20th,
day of May, A, D. 1910.
(Seal.) JAMES WATSGN,
EASTSIDE IS A WINNER.
The Coos Bay Oil and Supply
Company under tho management ot
J. W. Flanagan will contlnuo to han
dle the Union Oil Company's gaso
line, distillnto, benzine and coal oil
at their oil house across tho Bay to
which place thev have moved their
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