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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES. MARSHFIELD, OREGON. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31907.
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The Timet will sppreciste very much
newt itcmi of the comings and going!
of pccplc on Coot Bay and eientt in
general. Items can be telephoned to the
office or tent by letter cr by person
Mrs. Neir nnd family returned
from Ten ftiile yesterday.
Sirs, Seaman of Coos Itlvei Is In
this city for a short time.
Miss Lingo of Empire Is visiting
with her brother of Ferndale.
Miss Alyco McCormac was down
from the river yesterday.
Dr. Tower was in this city fnm
Coos Itlver yesterday.
Mrs. Geo. Adams Is visiting with
lira. Prank Rogers of Coos River
Mrs. May McGann.of the creame'y
was a city visitor yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen of this clT
paid a business visit to Empire y( -terday.
Mr. Museck of LIbby was here yes
Mrs. II. E. Bessey of Coos River
was in this city Friday.
E. W. Getty and family of Rocky
Point have moved to their home In
The campers of Coos itlver and In
vited guests from thb city will enjoy
a picnic at the Pools today.
Mrs. Cox and daughter of Daniels
Creek were shopping in this city yes
terday. Mr, Phil Relchert has returned
borne after a week's outing at Coos
Mr. John Haydon of Mllllngton
was a business visitor to this city
Mr. Lingo of Ferndale Intends
leaving soon for the valley to visit
relatives nnd friends.
Mrs. Percy Levar and daughter,
Mary, returned to this city yesterday
alter having enjoyed an outing at
Mr. Bert Gould of Coqullle Is In
this city on his way to the Elk Horn
ranch, where he will spend his vaca
tion bunting in that vicinity. -
BIrsr. Wyatt Coffelt of Coos River
was In this city ahi-oplng on Friday.
Mr. Rice and family moved yester
day Into the Mar3den residence on
FOUR JURORS IN IIALSEV CASE
San Francisco, Aug. 2. In he
presence of a large crowd spectators
in Judge Dunn's court four of the
twelve Jurors who are to try T. V.
Ilalsoy for bribery wero chosen to
day and sworn and an adjournment
was taken until Monday.
WIIjLIAMS APPKAKS WINNER
Memphis, Tonn., Aug. 2. At 10 p.
so. tonight reports received Indicate
Williams will maintain a lead of 3
to 1 over Vandmon In tho Mississippi
ontest for tho senatorial nomina
THE DAY AFTER
m i . II in .
Cory In Nw York World,
RICHEST GOLD MINE
Mirny White Men Hn Tried to Find
It Hut AM Hnvo Met Death j
Indian Tale. , I
Seattle, Aug. 2. The management I
of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Expos!-
tion, which will be 'held at Seattle in
1909, proposes to teproduce at the
expo3ltldn several of' the famous I
mines of the North, that made dozens
of millionaires during 189S nnd
1900. But tho richest mine that tho
north has will not be reproduced for
the simple reason that no white man
has ever seen It, and lived to tell the
In the early days of the camp a
certain tribe of Indians from the
north arrived In Dawson for the first
time. To the astonishment of the
few that first saw the tribe every
member had several ornaments
carved from great nuggets of virgin
gold. This tribe had never met the
white men before and to breathless
inquiries the tribesmen told how
near where they lived was a stream
In which the yellow metal could be
picked up in chunks as big as one's
fist'. Near by, .they said, there was
a cliff In which the metal stood out
like mos3 on a mountain side.
The Indians soon learned the value
of their ornaments and shrewdly re
fused to tell where they got It.
Nevertheless several prospectors
tried to follow the tribe on the re
turn to the northern village, but the
wily tedmen easily succeeded in los
ing the less agile paleface. Since
then there have been several more or
less secret and always unsuccessful
expeditions to find the lost gold of
WILLIAMS' MAJORITY REDUCED
Memphis, Aug. 2. Returns to the
Commercial-Appeal show a consider
able reduction In the majority of
Williams over Vardaman in the con
test for the senatorial nomination.
Vardaman polled an unusually large
vote In tho rural districts and ac
cording to these reports "the contest
is becoming closer. ,-
THE DRAMA TURNS
Opera House Manager Hns Several
Attractions In View for Com
ing Fall Months.
W. J. Butler, manager of the
opera house, has several theatrical
attractions In view for the early fall.
One company has been dated for the
week commencing August 26th. ThlB
company Is the Lowe Company, a
stock aggregation which 19 playing
tho valley towns and heading this
way. Other companies which are de
sirous of showing the Coos Bay pub
lic what real acting is like, are, the
Margaret lies Company, which has
Just closed a twelve weeks' engage
ment at 'Klamath Talis and1 given the
best of satisfaction; Tho Howard
Dorset Company, now in Tacoma,
and tho Leo Wlllard Company.
All are stock repertoire companies
and most of them will Btay for ono
week If arrangements can be made
whoro dates will not conflict. Tho
lies company wishes to stay for four
weoks. Three companies have ap
plied for 'the same date, about Sep
tember 23rd, and i may be some of
them will not come here owing to
tho conflict In dates.
at ?:30 a. m.
Fore on round trip
Children half fare
Of all description
House painting, pa
J. B. Rohr
Opposite Bear's Livery
Nal6on iron Works
P. B. NELSON, fcp
MARSHFIELD. - - OREGON
WW ba at
Hotel Oregon, North Bend,
Aug. 1, 2, 3 nnd 4.
At Hotel Central, Marshfield,
. Room 11, After Aug. 4.
Special prices on all
porecription work until
TEST YOUR OWN EYES
TEST AST TMRiE FEET
afkC u. Ib. for
PIPE&r S WO VE
a$A p. in.
dl jobs, j
W Wftdtpi kflWf UMhtMry,
Btmun no4rOu BngtnKnn ttoA Bt
rote, ifcrf of work ojpWectritr. :
We maaiUfepuire otungp Iron nd
Bronse fol ILv Will aril Losrtef
Camp. Vh tnJteMe best HpMkYe rtd
Road Bpoolfo?Jsr. 1 : I
Each Era Sfepatately
are tho line inheso circles all
the same blackm&wiffiot you
oorne in and I will explain what
your trouble is.
F. J. HAYES
FOK SAT.E Clicap, ono complete
kitchen outfit. Apply Union Sa
loon, North Bend.
FOIl RENT Newly furnished room
with bath, ?S.00; also two un
furnished. Address XZ, care Times.
WANTED Purchasers for 10.000
rolls of wall paper. Papers suit
able for the finest houses. Largest
stock on Coos Bay. Also large
stock of paints, varnish, staln3,
mouldings and brushes. Closing
out sain at wholesalo prices. J. S.
Edmunds, corner Union and Com.
aves., North Bend, Ore.
FOR SALE Portable bake oven and
baking utensils. Address "Busi
ness" care Times.
Denver Ticket. l'arty w.llies
to buy ticket to Denver, Colorado,
via either San Francisco orPortland.
Address X. A., Coos Bay Times.
WANTED Inside wsrk f by young
man. Bookkeeping for steno
graphic work preferred. Refer
ences. Care Times,
FOR SALE Horn
i. If .C, care The
FOR RENT Two
close In, good
Coos Bay Auctld
nJCo., 2nd St.,
between B & C,
WANTED Good nfn or woman to
rent my mill h dpi. Twenty-five
boarders guaran Jed. The house
Is large and wel
finished. L. D.
WANTED Two heavy teams to haul
piling for Plat B wharf, on con
tract or six dollars! per day. L. D.
WANTED Ten men to clear land on
Plat B, by the acrV. L. D. Kin
WANTED -Servant girl. Inquire
Mrs. H.'H. McPherson.
WANTED Men to work In sawmill,
wages $2 per day and upward.
Simpson Lumber Co. 8-241tf
NOTICE! TEACHERS WANTED.
Application will bo received by
the clerk of school district No. 6,
Empire City, Oregon. lor the posi
tions of principal and Resistant;
reiorooces must accompany appli
cation. L08T July 12, on Front street or
near Alort Landing, small, plain,
gold watch, no initials or engrav
ings; open faced. Suitable reward
offered. Leave at Times office, or
address, Mrs. S. A. Yoaknm,
WANTED By Mrs. J. A. Goodwill,
a few summer boarders or parties
wishing a day on South Coos river
can get dinner. Launch Tioga
leaves Marshfleld at 8 a. m. dally.
J. A. Goodwill.
Oakley & Arnold
North Bend, Ore.
Phonel210 Office in Myen BIJe.
ON TWE fV
Half Hoiir Schedi
Rui Between .Mnrvilleld mol North
Dend Made in ii Minutes
Faro: Onewav, 15c.; rouod trip, 3e.
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- I i&jsfftstesaaws
Potntoo nnd Shrlinp Salad, IMac
caroni nnd Cheese, Ktc.
Davis & Davis
Fourth Door from
in life depends upon your preparation
The business world demands well
North Bend, Oregon
We offer for a few days a splendid
buy in a two-acre tract between
Aiarsnueja ma ft or
Iry The .
Fnr Ira Crannt
h Cake and pies to or
baked beans and bro
wii Dceatt fnf
Second and C streets.
Officofixtures a BPeciity.ore Fronts, Counters,
ouwvwig. i,ei ub workout
Shop opposite Bear's Livery
Front on A Street
Any Amounts Furnished
: lunches a ssiecioltv.
Saturday and Sunday.
Phone Main 561
your jilans. See us be-
Stable, North Front Street
es am nxiK.es.
J. A. O'KELLY, Proprietor.