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THEJDAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 25. 1 907.
Popular Coos County Resort
Dotted With White-Top-petl
MANY DIFFERENT TYPES
Times Correspondent Finds Food
for I'oii Philosophy Amonn
the Pleasure Seekers.
(Special to Tho Times
Ten Mile, Oro., July 24. A largo
congregation of tourists from nil
points of the compass arc romping
at Lake Ton M.Ile. Many white-colored
tents of various shapes aril
sizes nro to be seen stationed all
oter the grounds of tho prosuective
hotel. The dignified nnd academic
appearance of these people indicate
they are a special creation of human
beings destined to become leaders in
commercial and social enterprise.
Tho majority, seems to be in tho
bloom of youth, drawing from natural
resources tho pleasures of life. On
July 20 a dance was given by Lake
Creamery employees and many of
these young bloods seized upon the
opportunity of tripping the elastic
Another class is noticeable for
being ensconced in cabins along the
quiet and shaded retreats to bo found
on the shores of tho Lake. These
people love luxury and the preborva
tion of their vital forces.
Some own their own launches and
brought them along so as to be nble
to tako a spin over tho lakes when
desires prompt them weather being
favorable, while others make dally
excursions over the lakes at tho ex
pense of the company's boats. It is
to bo hoped tho hotel will be in readi
ness to meet the tourists' demands
Hcport says the pressure of busi
ness forced the return to Marshfield
of that congenial but dignified gen
tleman, J. w. Dennett. Let us hope
soon for his reappearance. Ho bears
tho earmarks of a distinguished gen
tleman and gives out much sunshine
to his companions. When ho meets
a person whom he believes ho can
put on tho witness stand for a few
1..1.IUUJ.S no seizes tno oppoitunlty for
simple amusemcnC pumps from them
nil they ever knew, then politely
moves his hnt and smilingly bids
them good day.
A right of way is being cleared for
the placing of water pipes from Clear
Lake to Noi th Bend. After tho pipes
nro laid the new water works com
pany will lose no time in supplying
tho city with pure and healthy
Nelson Iron Works
P. B. NULSON, Prop
LABOR DAY TO BE
OBSERVED ON BAY
Different Unions nml Labor Orpinl
7iitinns Will Jlnkp Gala Oc
casion Out of Sept. 2.
A mooting was hold nt North Bend
on Monday evening, at which com
mittees of three from each of the
unions and lab,or organizations on
Coos Day were present and plans
wore formulated for giving a grand
demonstration on Labor Day, Sep
tember 2, in Marshfield.
A program was partially arranged
which will include a parade of tho
various organizations, speeches,
races, ball game, tug of war. nnd n
grand ball In the evening.
The delegates then proceeded to
form a central body and after much
debate a council was formed to be
known ns tho Trades and Labor
Council of Coos Gay. A cordial in
vitation i3 extended all fraternal
bodies on Coos Bay to participate In
the Labor Day parade.
TILTOX'S SMALL ESTATE.
New York, July 2 1. The will of
Thcadoro Tilton, whoso suit several
years ago against Rev. Henry Ward
Boecher brought botli men unpipas
ant notoriety, was filed for probate
here yesterday. Tilton died In Paris.
Harold D. Bullard stated that Tilton
left no real estate and that his nor-
sonal property did not exceed $3000.
Especially Designed For Narrow Lot Estimated Cost,
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SECOND FLOOR PLAN.
j;Thls six room dwelling, 10 by 86 feot over all, la very, suitable for a narrow
ana bas been designed especially for such, giving swncieac room lor unit
second story arrangement Tho parlor nnd living room open up niceiy
ether. The kitchen Is of sufficient size, and pantry communicate between
and living room. Tbla doelllnc li Intended to have a full aoren foot
ed up basemeot notferibe vhole, with a nine foot stocy height for first asd
tit and a half. 'for second. Th fleet story Ja latended to bo t!4d and ifi.
and story stda w&Ua ahmglad. H&rdwood flnlab for paster, Itrtag rfte ud
chambers and kitchen, Oeorgte ntoe. Estimated cost whs ruu puusouft
te aad, ffratft, .., . rf ., ., , . JU H.-. pAjrEMAN .-."QJl I.
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Wo repair nil kllds of MnclilncrT.
Stcftm nnd Ga,fl;iiJici, Guns nnd 111.
cjclc3, HctofsipjIcourBiicclnlty. : :
nc ninu('lo Cnitfc
IIPAtivB fny KJB HfllT.I
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Road 9ooli for Ijggor J
lgs Iri Iron nnd
st Sheaves nnd
MARSHFIELD, - - OREGON
OEM RESTAURANT.S'JORTH BEND.
Open day and night Servos
everything the market affords.
WANTED. To buy, clean rags. Ap
ply Times Oflloe.
FOIl SALE Tho best small busi
ness on tho bay. Previous experi
ence not necessary. Amount re
quired about ?800. Can double
your raonoy In next six months.
Address Business, caro Times
FOR SALE A farm of 80 acres on
Daniels' Creek. Addressf E. It.
Jones, Box 110,Inrshn1d. 5-20-1
FOR SALE A afhall Improved farm.
This Is a banealn. jApply at Hall
& Hall's oflWb. $ 6-1-1
WANTED Men twork in sawmill,
wages f2ieirday and upward.
Simpson Ijiimber Co. 8-241tf
Notice teachers wanted.
Application will bo recolved by
tho clerk of school district No. C,
Empire City, Oregon, for tho posi
tions of principal and assistant;
roferencos must accompany appli
WANTED A thoroughly competent
girl for general housework. Good
wages. Apply to- Mrs. Seng-
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS
Neat and modern, sftuatgfci Norli Bend Heights.
Best view on the dinsjlra, also jftcant lots "in the
same tract. Prices ejfdonable anderms easy.
Ward & Ward
Corner Meade and Vermont Sts.
Our stodri ofanttsfi
9 t 1 . f
rni a Qemoiete inn
VI u nner I
Central Hotel Building, Front street.
m life depends upon jyour preparation
The btssinesswdrld dematfas well
Let ujFfain You
North Bend, Oregon
LOST July 12, on Front street or
near Alert Landing, ma,ll plain,
gold watch, no lnithnWr ongrnv
lngs; open faced. Spjjjmblo reward
offered. " Leave nUpfmcs office, or
address, Mrs. ST A. Yoakam,
WANTED Chamber maid at Cen
tral Hotel. J'
FOR RENT HIF'with conveni
ences. Apply Mrs. C. W. Tower
I I w ISAAAK
J C Street. 1
that necessary requisite for the well
dressed man predominates in our
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so come around to our store
on Second street today and let
us convince you of the above
statements. Be Wise.
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