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TITO DAILT COOB BAT CIMC& MARBniHELP; OK1W0N, SATL11DAV. .TUNE 22, J007
Bg A. CONAN DOYLE,
Anllior of "The. Return of Sherlock Holmes" v t
COPVRIGnT. 1803. BY
tusn or joy snot over no catinni
s fingers closed round the pistol,
(vas Indeed a key to unlock the
of pence. Adclo Liad lnld her
( against his shoulder nnd laughed
ju will forgive me, dear?" he
tglve youl I bless you nnd love
Mth my wiiolo heart nud soul."
t had Bunk on their knees togcth-
n three warriors entered the hut
Lid a few abrupt words to their
woman. She rose with a
y are waiting for mo," said she.
ana comaors or Versailles.
As to Captain Ephralm Savage, ho
returned safely to his beloved Boston,
where ho fulfilled his ambition by build
ing himself a fair brick house upon the
rising ground in the northern part of
the city, whence ho could look down
both upon tho shipping In thot river nnd
The manor house of La Ste. Mario
was soon restored to Kb former pros
perity, but Its seigneur was from the
day that ho had lost hlstwlfo and son n
changed man. Ho growl leaner, fiercer,
less humVin, forever heading parties
which mode their wayinto tho Iroquois
woods nnd which outrivaled tho sav-
shall see, White Lily, and you J ages themselves In the terrible naturo
konsleur, how well I know what
to my position. Farewell, and
ber Onega 1"
k-, Amory," wnispereu aucio,
) her eyes and nestling still clos-
hlsed tho pistol, nnd then, with a
'sudden lntnklng of the breath,
Eipcd It and knelt with glaring
oklng up at n tree which faced
n door of the hut
is a beech tree, exceedingly old
mrled, with Its bark hanging
of their deeds. A day came nt last
when he sallied out upon one of these
expeditions from which neither ho nor
any of his men ever returned.
Petty Crltlclam. ,
Cyrus Small's time was largely spent
In 'discovering tho faults and shortcom
ings of things nnlmato and Inanimate,
while Mrs. Small, as It seemed, was
equally vigilant In attempting to bring
forward fiomothliiD- of tvlilrh Rlin pnnlil
In strips nnd Its whole trunk sny "Thero, you can't pick any flaws
. with moss and mold. Soma
t above the ground the main
divided Into two, and In the fork
trmed a hand had suddenly np-
a large reddish hand, which
Frantically from side to sldo in
ate dissuasion. The next in-
.s tho two captives still stared
sement the hand disappeared be
lie trunk again, and a face np-
ln Its place, which still shook
pde to side as resolutely us Its
ner. It was Captain Ephralm
pven as they stared and won-
sudden shrill whistle burst out
e depths of the forest, and in a
f every bush and thicket and
bf brushwood was sprouting
I smoke, while tho snarl of the
ry ran round the whole glade,
storm of bullets whizzed and
mong the yelling savages. The
sentinels had been drawn In
Once she thought this happiness
would be hers. A certain man In the
town Inherited largo wealth under pe
culiar circumstances. It was his un
der the law, but whenthe court award
ed It to him he stood up and said that,
In view of all the facts in the case, ho
believed that tho property belonged of
right to another heir. His action wns
generally looked upon as a noblo one.
Mrs. Small was loud in her expres
sions of praise.
"Yes, I know," said her husband,
"'twas a flno thing. Few men would
have done It, and that's why he felt
so awkward to stand up there and say
.what he did. He showed that he felt
embarrassed by tho way ho stood."
"Cyrus Small, I should hope you
would not And fault with his attitude
when ho was doing such a grand
"Oh, no; I have no wish to criticise,"
said Cyrus, "but If I had been on tho
platform, facing nil thoso people, I
should havo tried to too out a llttlo
Ella llood, N. O.; Mrs. Llzzio But
ler, Secretary. Meets second and
fourth Wednesdays, Odd Fellows
KNIGHTS OK I'VTHIAS.
Myrtle Lodge, No. 3, K. P. Chas.
Nordstrom, C. C; John Hall, Keep
er of Records, Meets first and
third Mondays, K. I. Hall.
WOODMEN OF THE WOULD.
Camp No. 100, W. O. W. A. B.
Campbell, C. C; W. U. Douglas,
Clerk. Meets second and fourth
Tuesdays, Odd Fellows Hall.
Coos liny Circle, No. 104, Women of
Woodcraft. Mrs. Kato Lando,
Clerk. Meets second and fourth
Mondays, Odd Fellows Hall.
MODERN' AVOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Coos liny Camp, No. 8408. T. H.
NIcols, V. C; W. J. Butler, Secre
tary. Meets second and fourth
Saturdays, Old Masonic Hall.
Coos Tribe, No. 33, Improved Order
of Redmen. S. B. Cathcart, Sa
chem; Sam. Marsden, Keeper of
Records. Meets Thursdays, Red
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.
T. Nicols, F. M.; Mrs. Nelllo Owen,
Secretary. Meets first and third
Tuesdays, Old Masonic Hall.
GRAND AltMV OF THE REPUBLIC.
linker Post, No. 8, Department of
Oregon. W. E. Thorpe, Com
mander; I. S. Kaufman, Adjutant;
C. W. Tower, Q. M. Meets second
Tuesday each month, Longshore
W. M. Hagquist, President; John
Backman, Secretary. Meets first
and third Wednesdays, hall over
Mnrshflc,ld Aeire, No. 538, Fra
ternal Order of Eagles. T. J. Lewis,
W. P., Georgo Stolz, secretary. Meets
every Wednesday evening in Eagle's
Hall on Front Stroet, at 8 p. m.
Fitting Glasses is no
side line with ' us we
devote our whole time
to it t
I We oreequtpedto furnish both
' F. J. HAYES
and Navigation Co.
TRAIN SCHEDULE NO. 2.
w - --
In Effect Jnnuary 1, 1007.
All previous schedules aro void.
Subject to change without noUco.
W. S. Chandler, manager: F. A.
Lalso, frblght agent; general offices,
I can furnish the following
Thoroughbred Egga at
$2.00 Per Setting
Itjiodo Island Reds
JOHN W. FLANAGAN
(Send in your orders Iow
Eggs Shipped Anywhere in tho
Lavo 9:00 a. m.Marshfleld.
9:30 a. m.B. H. Junction.
9:45 a. m.Coqullle.
Arrive 10:30 a.m.jMyrtlo Point.
E. E. SiritAW, M. D.
rilVSICIAN .AND 8UKOEON
Disease1 of the Eye, Ear Nose
and' Threat a specialty.
Office in Lonkhnrt'a Rtu'M.'..,.
?0?o0ffi?iMion Furn'tu" Store. JXu
u. o.-i-ensjon cxamlnet
DR. J. W. INGRAM,
Physician nnd Surgeon,, n
Offlc? over Sengstaoken'a Drug Store.
Phones Office 1621; residence 783.
Leave 10:45 a. m.Myrtlo Point.
12:00 rdB. K. Junction.
Arrive 12:80 p.rtf.JMarshfiQld.
Extra trains will run on dally
special orders. Trains to and from
Beaver Hill dally.
B. M. RICHARDSON, ,
Physician and Surgeon.
Diseases of eye, ear, nose and throat
'Offlce In Eldorado Block.
I r h
W. A. HAVING '
Dealer in Pure Cream Milk
and Buttermilk. Freo" do
livory to all parts of flie city.
lie fired both barrels.
bloodthirsty craving to see
loners die, and now the Cana
pro upon them, and they wore
in by a ring of fire. First one
I then another they rushed, to
always by the same blast of
ntil, finding at last souio gap
ittack, they streamed off like
rough a broken fence and rush
7 away Into tho forest
icro was ono savage who had
ork to do before he fled. Tho
Bastard had preferred his
co to his safety. Bushing nt
io burled his tomahawk in her
ad then, yelling his war cry, ho
he blrpd stained weapon above
ana rusned into the hut where
oners Btill knelt De Catlnat
i coming, and a mad Joy glls-
his eyes. Ho rose to meet him,
he rushed la ho fired both bar-'
lis pistol into the Bastard's face,
jint later a swarm of Canadians)
aed over the writhing body, tho
felt warm friendly hands
rasped their own, and, looking
e smiling well known faces of
reen, Savage and Du thut,
tw that peace had como te them
Tlie Wrong IVny.
Tho late John C. Palgo had at one
timo ns a protege the son of a very
particular friend, a pleasant, gentle
manly young fellow, but always ready
to make a bet or to take a hand In a
quiet game, nnd on this account it was
thought best by his parents to' send
him to Boston on a limited Income
with tho hopo of breaking away from
old associates and of getting some
business energy Into him.
Mr. Palgo gavo him some good, whole
some advice and started him along In
business, particularly Instructing him
to "get his namo before tho public to
let tho people know he was living," etc.
Not very long after this Boston de
but Mr. Palgo very lato ono evening
was requested to call at a nearby po
llco station. The young man, It ap
peared, had got Into n very noisy gamo
and wns arrested, but not before ho
had been cleaned out of everything ho
"Woll, young man," said Mr. Paige,
"this is .nice, Isn't It?"
"Woll, sir, you told mo to got my
namo before, tho public."
"Oh, yes," Mr. Paige replied, "but
I didn't tell you to have a judge and
Jury go with it to fix the advertising
rates." Boston Herald.
FOR SAE-yHouseholdV aSods for
sale anQliouso for reny Address
Mrs. J.F. Bowman, MaPshfleld.
Office opp. Central Hotel
r. New and Modern
Sample Iooms in Connection
E. L.fO. FABRIN.
t r '
City Attorney. Deputy Dlst. Att'y.
Lockhart Building.' Ma'rshfleldr Oro.
Phono-44. v ""'
FOR SALE-A farru ofS0acres on
Daniels' Jefeek. Addrass E. R
Jones-ffloxvllO, Marshfield. 5-2 C-l
; .. I T-TTTV
FOR SAKE AifTrSti,
For MrtlculatB inqUV
FOR SALE tAmiall imprayedfarm.
This is a btfrgaln. Applet Hall
& Hall'sfefflco. jT 6-1-1
i " 1
WANTED Boy or-girl, 16 yearsold
or over, Pp learn the clgarlmfiklng
WANTED Menib work ir sawmill,
(wages ?2pcr day andyfpward.
Simpson Lflbiber Co. 8-241tf.
An n ountements:
Open every (evening from
7 to 10,' and Saturday
afternoons! from 2 to 5,
25 conts for use of Rink
15 cent for thoso using
10 coAls admission to
Special attention given to
children Saturday after-
Mlt iff ton
(Stuiifnt flfnrlt fulht lmibun
CJrtmjwpa n 0tralVankhtn
Nnrjtlj tfrtto, (bmuitt
L, A. LIWEQVIST LAWYER, ,(I,,J,,
"United States Pommlssloner,
iU.k S. -Lnud. Betters.
Entries, Proofs, Contests,' ctei
J. U. UPTON, '
FOR SAIjB-t Four acres Tkl land In
South Mirshfleld for the JJfat sixty
days.yAddress B. A. ll413i)12m,
Meeting Nights and Officers
Of Coos Bay Orders
WANTEDVKOOO Necktfts .to cfean
and presJC C cents eaclv Unique
FOR SALE A feasolino-launch 28
feet long, B-horso-uerwer union
seguhm and 28 feet
8 feet. Jno. Emgren,
D L Avery;
WetVpur Whistle Then Blow
J.R, HERRON, Prop.
Fropt Street, i : Alarslifleld.Oreeon
J. V. BENNETT, .-i - - . . : i
Offlco (over Flanagan &' Bonnett"
Bank. '' '"", '
Marshflold,, . . . .Oregon.
O. F. McnNIGHT, ' " " "
(Attorney-at-Law. -'' ''' "'
Upstairs, ' Bennett & Walter' block,
Marshflnl'rt. . . 'i-A.U-"'' '
ven room house.
C. H. Mfirqh.
Blanco Lodge, No. 48, A. F. & A.
M. Richard Walters, W. M.; Nor
rla Jensen, Secretary. Meets Sat
urday on or before full moon. Ma
Arngo Chapter, No. 22, R. A. M. H.
Lockhart, High Priest; Albert Beo
lig, Secretary. Meets last Wednes
day each month, Masonic Temple.
Pacific Commandery. C. W, Tower,
Eminent Commander; Albert See
. llg, Secretary. Meets second and
fourth Mondays each month, Ma
Doric Chapter, No. 53, O. E. S. Mrs.
J. R. Rochon, W. M.; Mrs. O. Ma
carty, Secretary. Meets second
and fourth Tuesdays, Masonic Tem
ple. ODD FELLOWS.
Sunset Lodge, No. 61, I. O. O. F.
Chas. Jackson, N. G.; Is. Lando,
Secretary.. Meets In Odd Fellows
imon dangers that they soon Sunset Encampment, I. O. O. F. Is.
p the refugees came to tho end
olIs of their Journey, for that
vas Bpent by them In peace at
I L "u "i"'"B, w-
ivjug carried tho war to tho
jf. Lawrence, the travelers were
I descend into tho English prov
d so to mako their wnv down
Json to New York, where a
.ciL-omo awaitea them from tho
Amos Green. Tho friendship
i tho tWO men wns now nn nn.
together by common memories
NOTICE-Pure Jersey mllkCdelhrdred.
at ymir idoor. East PortDairy.
Etoi Merlin, dellverymanV
' W. CJldic.
FOR RENT. Offlce roomgln Rogers
Building IontlnsrA street. Ap
If you don't seeVur fun in
Marshfield drop arod to the
shootinpfallery on ffpnt St.
Prices ffered lobe$t shots
Flanagan & Bennett Bank
MAKSIipiE D. OnEQON.
Capital I'ald Up ,000
unuirioca rronis tta.uuu
Nelson Iron Works
P. B. NELSON, Prop
Wo repair aXXf kinds o! Machinery,
oieiun nini ima iinjjine?, uuns ana ui
cyclcs. Bost oi work our Specialty. : :
Wo manufacture Castings in Iron and
Ilronzo .for Saw Mills a,nd Logging
Camps We make tho beat Sheaves ud
Koad Spools for.Loggers : : :
; ri r
MARSHFIELD, ! - OREGON
J. W. SN&VER
Offlde: Rogorf building "
COKE & COKE,
PIXLEY & BIAYBKE,
North Bend, Ore.
Real Estate Affents.
Doeii a general banking business and draws
WAI'DRESS (exporTenfced) w&nted at
th 'Java Coffee Aouso.Owagea
lwpr week. V
partners in fur trading, and tho
mo rreaenman camo at last
familiar In tho mountains of
IM on tho slopes of tho Allegha
Lando, C. P.; Geo. Farrln, Scribe.
Meets first and second Tuesdays,
Odd Fellows Hall.
WANTED' TOEXCHANGE North
Bond' and Marshflold property for
Mllllngton' 'proerty. VAodresa P.
O. BtJx 329.
WANTEfV-A woman to dofrfmIly
washlnVT Address . O. J&x 31,
Norty BjOndl f
ou tho Hanlf ot Oallfornla San KrancIco
Calif., First National Dank Portland Or., Kirsl
National Bank, RosebUVg.jOr., Hanover Na.
tional Bank, New YorkJN. M. Ilotbchild S
oun, Lonuop, i.ngiana.
Also sell (jhange on nearly all tho principal
cities of uropc.
Accounts kept subject to check, safe deposit
lock boxes for rout atv6 cents a month or
?5, a year.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
FOR SALE Farm wojjdlf and spring
wagon, chejv.yvhaB. Doane,
FOR SALK CHEAP J
flno crfhdltlon. Call
Wadr s vnachlno sho
FOR nENT-T-A 7-room
t had pnc.0 been In tho,Balpns Western Star Lodge, Rcbekalts. Mrs.
GEM RESTAURANT, NQRTI
Open yWay and night
oveaTHlng tho market
Y Serves I
Oakley & Arnold
5? CIVIL ND MECHANICAL
North Bend, Ore.
Office In M;en Bldj.
R H. BRrGHAM
ARCHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT
Plans and specifications
made for all classes of
buildings. ' .
North Bend, , Oregon
Real Estate Brokers
North Bend, - . . Oregon.
MR. ALBERT ABEL,
Contractor for Tainhi; of all kinds.
McPherson Ginser Co.
M. P. Pcndcrgrass, Master
LeavesMarshfleld 7:30, 9:00,
and 10:30 a. m and,l:00, 2:30
and 4:00 p. m.
Loaves Siorth ,Bend at B:1B,
9:4pfand 11:15 a, m and 1:45,
3:15 and 5:00 pm.
Makes dally trips except Ppn.
days. Faro; One way, 16
conts; round trip, 25 con's.
Wljolosalo liquor dealers
OigarB and saloon sup
California Winex a Specialty
Front. St., Marshflold ,-
Steam Dye Wo;ks
UuJIon oiiiUients' guru rule clean
el or dywlf
Philip BecRcr, ProprU'Iw.
AH jvofk po clne'aJt
the North Bend; Plant
Cdgai 'Vflauzey .
Agent, Marshfield ' I
North Bend Ph 1031
Marshfield P. '.flU