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About The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957 | View This Issue
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,eHt itcmi of the cominf I and goingi
cf people on Co Bay and eventi in
(cgeriL Il") can be telephoned to tbe
office or tent bjr letter or bjr penon
Mrs. D. Mooro of Empire was In
the city Saturday.
Mr. Turpcn of Empire was a city
Mrs. McCurdy of Empire waB shop
ping In Marshflold Saturday.
Mr. J. C. Sehlbredo and Mr. and
Mrs.Gettins of this city left yesterday
day for Bandon, where they will re
main for n few days' outing.
Mr. Eric Bolt leaves today for
Grants Pass, where ho will spend a
few weeks visiting friends and rela
Mr. Nell Watson of Coos City was
In this city on business yesterday.
Mrs. Hllbourne of tho creamery
was a city visitor yesterday.
Mr. T. F. Oalllng or Alleghany was
In this city Saturday.
Mr. V. Pugh of Empire was In this
Miss Gusslo Brown of Myrtle Point
Is in this city visiting with friends
on the hay.
Mr, Archie Kruse of Bandon made
an unexpected visit to this city and
will remain for n few days.
Jack Kronholm and Jay Mahoney
returned from their outing to Ten
Mrs. J. T. Collvcr and daughters
were down from Sumner yesterday.
Gocrge tichroeder passed through
this city on his way to his home In
Mr. George Davis of Coqullle was
In this city on his way to Coos River
to see the milking machine operate.
Mrs. Jordan of East Marshflold
was a city visitor yesterday.
Capt. Harris of Sumner was a city
Mr. Edgar Campbell and Jay
Tower Intend spending today at Coos
Mr. Layton-of Empire was in this
city yesterday on his way to Coos
Dr. MIngus and Albert Matson
leave for Ten Mile today.
Miss Nora Caniff of LIbby was In
this city yesterday.
Mrs. John Ellerby of North Bond
"was hero Saturday.
Mr. John I. Springer, traveling
freight and passenger agent for tho
Great Northern Railroad company,
was in the Coos Bay country this
week looking after business.
C. P. Dorian returned yesterday
from an extenaed outing in tho Ten
C. N. Norrls of Ten Mile Is In
Marshfleld for a visit of several days.
H. Behnke and Mr. McCoy were
here yesterday from North Bend. Mr.
McCoy is from Roseburg and Is here
to look the country over. This is his
first trip to tho coast.
Mr. A. H. Powers made a business
trip Into the Coqullle country yes
terday. B. P. Wyatt of North Bond was in
Marshflold yesterday on business.
Pare: One wav, 15c.; round trip, 23o.
J. A. O'KELLY, Proprietor.
HBP BIG IE
FOR RED BRAVES
Smoker and General Good Time
Arranged for Next Thurs
AN ELABORATE PROGRAM
Ice Wntcr to Drink Fatted Cnlt on
Spit 7 K.sccrt.s to
Tho Red Men have planned a big
stag entertalnmont for 8th of Aug
ust, next Thursday evening. The en
tertainment will take tho form of a
smoker, and Invitations are already
Issued for tho event. A fine program
has been prepared for the evening
and the order looks for a very en
Tho invitation reads as follows:
"Wigwam Koos Tribe, No. 33, 3rd
Sun, Sturgeon Moon, G. S. D., 41G.
To the Chiefs of Koos Tribe, No. 33:
Assemble in council on the sleep of
tho Sth sun, Sturgeon moon, G. S. D.,
410. Our Chiefs have returned from
tho Great Council with a message for
tho Tribe. Tho Great Council asks
for the scalps of 2500 palefaces. Pre
pare for tho chase. Big Pow-wow.
Anything to loat? We'll kill the
fatted calf. Anything to drink? Ice
water. Good time? Well, I wonder.
Come, and If you can't get home
we'll 'T. O. T. E.' you to your wig
wam. Hugh McLaln, Sachem."
Tho program is as follows:
Speeeches by Great Sachem Geo.
N. Farrin, D. W. Reedy, C. Howard,
E. L. C. Farrin, E. R. Colgan, Ira
Chapman, Albert Scelig, Francis H.
Clarke, A. J. Matson. Instrumental
music, Prof. Cundlff; song, F. A.
Sacchi; song, Prof. Cundlff; ban
quet; selection of degree team for
THE TEN MILE COUNTRY.
Have you sen the ten mile country,
With Oregon woods around;
The fairest in all Coos County,
Where the fish and game abound?
It is like an uncut diamond
That's a beauty In the rough;
This beautiful Ten Mile Coantry!
Nature alone did enough.
Away from thlng3 artificial!
Away from strenuous life!
Out on a lake in a forest
Who thinks of worry and strife?
Out on a lake without neighbors!
Not a cabin on tho shores!
Surrounded with giant timber;
Scarcely a sound but the oars.
Never a sound but of Nature;
The rustlo of deer or bear;
The drum of an old male partridge;
Or a fish hawk In the air.
Where else Is such peace and quiet,
As this land of fish and deer?
This country of lake and forest,
With Its water, deep and clear.
This paradise for tho weary!
Weary of vulgar display;
Longing to get back to Nature
Leaving the world to Its way.
So hero's to tho Ten Mile Country!
As it is, may It remain!
Away from the world's convention,
Away from all that Is vain.
May the ones who come to dwell here,
Leave their pomp and pride behind
Living alone tho essentials!
True to the land which they find.
By Dr. T. G. Harriman, Long
NEW STAGE LINE
Fred Wilson started his stage lino
from Marshfleld to Roseburg this
morning, leaving this city at six
o'clock. The Sumner carries tho pas
sencers as far as Sumner, where the
Wilson stage takes them and convoys
them to Roseburg. The trip occupies
two days and there are convenient
eating houses along tho route. The
night stop Is made at Brewster Val
ley. There Is more demand for pas
sago than can be supplied by the
stage routes. The Wilson stage had
a full list this morning.
M. P. Peodergraas, Master
and 10:30 a. m(, and 1:00, 2;30
and 4:00 p. f. iF
Leaves Njftth Benat 8:15,
9:45 and ll(l5luT, and U.45,
3:15 and 5:00p. m. y
Makes dally trips except Sun
days. Faro: One way,15
cents; round trip, 25 cent&
Leaves Marshfleld 7:30, 9:00,
THE DAILY COOS BAY TIM ES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, SUNDAY,
PICNIC GIVEN AT
SIGMA CHI HOUSE
Mls3 Agnes hti rheson gave a pic
nic at the bitma Chi boat house on
Frlduy In honor of her cousins, Mrs.
Dalton and Miss Grace Hutcheson, of
Berkeley. The guests were: Mrs.
Perham, Dr. Vanderburg, Mary MI-
not, Eva Anderson, Miss Mlnto, Mrs.
Lawlor, Mrs. John Flanagan, Miss
Pearch, Mrs. Bud Turpen. Mrs. E. E.
Straw. They left the city early In
the morning and returned at eight
In the evening. A very onjoyablo
day was reported by tho guests.
FOR SALE Cheap, ono complete
kitchen outfit. Apply Union Sa
loon, North Bend.
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, stains,
mouldings and brushes. Closing
out sain at wholesale prices. J. S.
Edmunds, cbrer Union and Com.
aves., NorthBend, Ore.
.bio bake oven and
ness" carp Tin;1
Denver Ticket. Party wishes
to buy ticket to Denver, Colorado,
via either San Francisco or Portland.
Address X. A., Coos Bay Times.
WANTED Inside werk by young
man. Bookkeeping or steno
graphic work preferred. Refer
ences. Care Times, W.
FOR SALE Homestead relinquish
ment. Address R. B .C, care The
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms,
close In, good furniture; cheap.
Coos Bay Auction Co., 2nd St.,
between B & C. Telephone 874.
WANTED Two heavy teams to haul
piling fo Plat B wharf, on con'
tract or ilx dollars per day. L. D.
-Ten men to clear land on
by the acre. L. D. Kln-
Men to work In sawmill,
2 per day and upward.
Lumber Co. 8-241tf
NOTICE ' TOACHI
bo received by
district No. 6,
for tho post-
pal and assistant;
LOOT July 12, on Front street or
near Alert Landing, small, plain,
gold watch, no Initials or engrav
ings; open faced. Suitable reward
offered. Leavo at Times office, or
address, Mrs. S. A. Yoakam,
WANTED Dishwasher and cham
ber maid. North Bend Hotel,
WANTED TO RENT House, not
less .than four rooms; by August
20. Address L. W. M or P. O.
WANTED By Mrs. J. A. Goodwill,
a few summer boarders; parties
wishing a day on South Coos river
can get dinner. Phone 20x8.
Launch Tioga leaves 8:00 a. m.
WANTED Dishwasher and chamber
maid, at Hotel Oregon, North
Nelson iron Works
P. B. NELSON. Prop
kind w Machinery,
1 Engines, Ouni and 111-
t of work oarBjfoctalty. : :
Dronw) for Saw Mills
Oampi. We make the beet Sheared rod
Road 8 pool (or Loggers. ; ; :
MARSHFIELD, . - OREGON
l ity, Oregon,
We repair Jf
nVMaMfiftlUucs In Iron and
Il.'t k 'WW
above all things wish to
will leave ,
a m. for
at 4 nmf v
Fare on round trip
Children half fare
Of all descriptions
per hanging, grain
ing, carriage paint
Strictly pure stock
sold on all jobs.
J. B. Rohr
Opposite Bear's Livery
WANTED Extra sales-peaple for
our Mld-Summepicttranco Sale.
Apply on or boforo 7:45 Thursday
morning. A. W. Mjera & Co.,
AUGUST 4, 1907.
pure, healthful food.
erings are caused
unwholesome baking powders. Don't risk health to save a
few cents m price. That is not economy. You cannot
have good, healthful food unless you use pure
from a Superior grade of Pure Cream of, Tartar
I The Family i
I Circle t
Is complete, ns a rule, only at even
tide when the artificial light Is
necessary In order to see by. For
this reason Isn't It roally Important
that tho light In ycror home should ,
bo tho most charmul, the safest, the
cleanest and tab
you can procura?
What Is that light?
You know It's
Why not havo It?
Don't ear "candos are cheaper."
say "candfos are
auidn't Jfvo In a
That's c loanr
Is y.our lopse wired?
That's tno question.
Como In and see us.
The Coos Bay Gis
d Electric Co.
Marshfield and North Bend.
New a Modern
Sampre Rooms in Connection
NORTH BEND, ORE.
by the use of cheap,
than a house,
,JV. A. HARINgP
Dealoiyffrure Qreun Milk
and Buttermilk. Free do- m
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