The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957, April 21, 1907, Sunday Edition, Page 5, Image 5

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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MAItSITFjlELlty OREGON, SUNDAY, APRIL 21, 1007.
CAMP OPENS
POR SEASON
former rpyal library in, the palace I
at Versailles. These, documents, I
which Include a plan of the park,'
set forth that on a night In October I
1788, Just before the royal family's,
flight, certain noblemen burled In a'
spot, carefully marked In the plan,
FOR SALE
the private treasure of the crown,
which Louis cvould not possibly take
In his hurried secret flight. Besides,
the documents state the coffer con
tained hereditary crown Jewels of
enormous price and Important pa
pers, which to Dq Nolhae seem most
valuable of all.
Frank Boutin's Company Has Con
tract for Large Amount
of Timber.
Ice Cream
EMPLOYS SIXTY MEN
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L. J.
Simpson anil Courtcnny Mill
Will Get Most of the
Output.
The Beaver Hill camp of the Coos
Bay Lumber and Coal Company, of
which Frank Boutin, Is at the head,
has just been started for the ensuing
season. There are now employed In
the neighborhood of sixty men, and
more will bo used later in the season.
The Coos Bay Lumber and Coal
company has contracts for about 40,
000,000 feet of timber to be delivered
this season. L. J. Simpson Is to re
ceive 30,000,000 feot and the Court
cnay mill has contracted for 10,
000,000 feet.
SURVEYOR'S HEN
LAYS QUEER EGG
S. B. Cnthcart FJnds a Freak Egg
When Prcmrng for Ills
Breakfast.
RICH JEWELS FOR REPUBLIC
Tract- of Crown Gems of Louis XVI
Found In Versailles.
Paris, April 20. The republic will
be enriched, It seems, by crown jew
els of Immense value and by much
gold which that unfortunate, Louis
XVI, could not take In his vain
flight from Paris and which agents
lie could trust Implicitly burled In
the park at Versailles.
There at earliest dawn, for a week
past, have stood four men Briand,
minister of fine arts; Dupardin-Ben-numptz,
under secretary of his min
istry; Calllaux, finance minister;
and De Nolhae, than whom no one
Is better versed In French history.
These four stand at the edge of a
gaping pit In which picked laborers
liave dug all night long. As the
dawn brightens the digging ends, the
pit Is covered with boards and earth
and a policeman, posted near, makes
certain they are not disturbed until
work Is resumed at night.
The ministers are seeking a coffer
of whose existence De Nolhae learned
In papers which he discovered in the
County Surveyor S. B. Cathcart's
hens have been playing some queer
pranks of late. Yesterday Mr. Cath
cart found an egg which Is quite a
curiosity. It was especially large,
and Mr. Cathcart decided to fry It
for breakfast. He broke it and in
side was the white and yellow of the
egg, nnd In tho center of the yolk
was another perfect egg of smaller
size, but nearly as large as an ordi
nary hen egg. The latter has not
been broken open, but as It Is un
usually heavy It may contain still
another freak.
Mr. Cathcart ate the contents of
the big egg, and says It tasted better
than any fried egg he1 ever enjoyed.
Cement Telegraph Poles,
Telegraph poles made of cement,
with an Iron rod through the center
to Insure against breakage, are the
latest novelties in railway and tele
graphic construction. Officers of the
telegraph and operating departments
of the Pennsylvania lines and of the
Western Union Telegraph company
the other day Inspected poles made
of this material in a test yard at
Rochester, Pa. Manufacturing these
poles will form a new industry for
the Pittsburg district.
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Campbell's Wood and Coal
Yard.
Four of the " finest water
front lots in Marshfield
Paying business
Good reason f on selling
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Art Club.
The Ladles' Art club was enjoy
ably entertained by Mrs. I. Condron
at Its last meeting. Mrs. Charles Ed
man will entertain the club next Friday.
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Our Portland Correspondent Says:
"Never in the history of Oregon has there been so much interest
centered in one place as there is in the Coos Bay Country at this time
Forget what you might have done yesterday, but do not make the same
error to-morrow
It is not wise to tell how much you might have made on an investment
of a few dollars last week, last month, or last year History repeats itself, others
will be saying the same thing in a year or two.
There is no time like the present, grasp - the opportunity to; make good
Over-conservatism is not business ability.
Where else in the great Pacific Northwest is there another such vast and
undeveloped country? Where else on the entire Pacific Slope is there another
country so rich in resources, and with a harbor to equal Coos Bay?
With the thousands, whose faces are turned Westward, and with the pre
vailing high prices ,of real estate elsewhere, and in less favored localities, you will
make no mistake in buying property here
We have business property, residence property, and handle some cheap close
in lots in good additions
Better Call or Write for Particulars
Coos Bay Realty and Investment Company
North Bend, Oregon
Offices, Ground Floor, Corner Virginia and Sherman Avenues.
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