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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MABSHFIELD, OREGON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1907.
jj The Timet will appreciate rery much
aewi items of the comingi and going!
'of people on Com Bay and eTenti in
general. Itemi can be telephoned to tit
office or ett by letter or by penon
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hennessey of
Jjby were city visitors yesterday.
Mr. J. Mereen Is spending a few
at Cunningham Creek.
Miss R. Anderson of Empire was
clsltor In this city.
'Mr. Ed. Noah of Coos River was
Robinson of North
ad was In this city yesterday.
Mrs. Gardiner of North Bend was
Mr. Schultz was a Marshfleld vls-
Mr. J. Matson of North Bend was
this city on Monday.
Miss Lena Larsen Is spending a
v days in this city.
Tom Nicolls leaves today
siness visit in Coqullle.
George Sheridan is hero
Beuurg to visit relatives.
D. S. Wlnsor was here from North
Mrs. A. E. Seaman left this city
her homo on Coos River this
Mr. J. J. Burns of North Bend was
business visitor in this city yes-
Dscar Nyland and Mark Lund nr-
here from Portland Saturday
are guests of Albert Wicklund.
Mr. Coover of Dwlght & Edwards
npany is on the Bay spending his
Miss Susie Eickworth is spending
week at Coos River as the guest
(Mrs. Frank Rogers.
Mrs. A. M. Rozelle and family
passed through this city on their way
homo from their camp on Coos river.
Mr. W. Grimes, H. K. Bassett and
J. T. Harrlman left for a ten days'
trip through Coos and Curry
Mrs. Mary Chapbian and family
and Mrs. B. Smith and family leave
today for Coos River, where they
will camp for a week or ten days
at the "Goodwill Place."
Nels and Mrs. Osmundson were at
Coqullle Sunday, guests of Mrs.
WIckham. They returned home yes
terday and brought with them Mas
ter George Leach, who will spend a
few days at the Osmundson home.
Fred Nelson and Will Wade left
here early Sunday morning for Ca
mas, where they remalnod over Mon
day. They went on their auto-bl-cycles
and made good time on the
Mrs. D. H. Savage returned yester
f from a few weeks' outing at Al-
Al Waterman returned Saturday
im an extended trip along the
ithorn Pacific In Oregon.
Irs. P. M. Wilbur is visiting in
lplrc for a few days as the guest
Mrs. J. M. Mageo.
Mr. Jess Luso and wife returned
ttenlny from Coos River, whore
fy have been visiting W. A. Luse.
S. Z. Paxton and daughter, of Eu
gene, who have been visiting rolatlves
and friends on Coos county the past
two weeks, started home yesterday.
Mr. Paxton is so well pleased with
the country that he Intends to sell
his property In Eugene and locate on
the bay this fall.
Marcus DeFreese ha3 accepted the
position of stage driver from Sum
ner to Dora. Mark is an old time
driver and it sounds good to hear
his gentle voice when the stage ar
rives In the wee hours of the morn
Ed. Settle and wife are visiting
frlend3 here today.
Frank Black and Herman Sanford
have started construction work on a"
large potato house on the bank of the
The young folks of Sumner and vi
cinity enjoyed a social dance In the
Sumner hall Saturday evening.
Miss Elva Kerr and Miss Florence
Hansen, of Coqullle, were visiting
friends on Catching Inlet yesterday.
The launch Sumner made the run
to Enegren's Grove Sundey with the
plcnicers from Sumner and tho Inlet
who attend the SaomI picnic.
Miss Laura Watson, of Coos City,
who has been visiting Miss Ollle
Richards, returned home yesterday.
A party of North Bond people
passed through Sumner Sunday on
their way to Falrvlew on an outing.
R. Belleu, of Marshfleld, was a
Sunday caller here.
POPPY HAMMOND AND HER SNAKE NECKLACE.
tKls Popfr nimmond of th Oalety theater, .London. t endeavoring with
Mt(d racce to sot a now fwhlon namely, the wearing of pet soakes M
afcbKxo. Oftey " BiKh Imb expensive ' ttuia ropes . psarbj end oaks a
f a9l the UnaglnaUoa of the wide awmka prato ajeat
WANTED Purchasers for 10,000
rolls of wall paper. Papers suit
able for tho finest housos. Largest
stock on Coos Bay. Also largo
stock of paints, varnish, stains,
mouldings and brushes. Closing
out sale at wholesale prices. J. S.
Edmund3, corner Union and Com.
aves., North Bond, Ore.
FOR SALE Portable bako oven and
baking utonslls. Address "Busi
ness" care Times.
Denver Ticket. Party wishes
to buy ticket to Denver, Colorado,
via either San Francisco or Portland.
Address X. A., Coos Bay -Times.
POSITION WANTED Work in office
or Btore prefej-cd. Address Box
390, Mn.-shfleld, Oregon.
FOR SALE Cucumbers Just tho
right size for plckHlng at 25 cts.
per gallon. C. J. Tlbbotts, Sum
ner, Ore. Phono 1218 or 121x3ft
WANTED Any kind of second hand
goods at tho Second Hand Store,
FOR SALE Well located lot In tho
coming town of Glasgow; price
?2G; easy terms. B. S. Burney,
North Bond, Oro. ,.
FOR SALE Homestead relinquish
ment. Address R. B .C, caro The
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms,
closo in, good furnlturo; cheap.
Coos Bay Auction Co., 2nd' St.,
botween B & C. Telephono 874.
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 tho acre. L. D. Kin
WANTED Servant girl. Inquire
Mrs. H. H. McPherson.
WANTED Men to twork Inf sawmill,
wages $2 per day andj upward.
Simpson Lumber Co. 8-241tf
Application will fbo
tho clerk of school die
Empire City, Oregon,
tious of principal an
A Complete Line
Plumbing a Specialty
Reberg 3& Smith
W. J, SMITH
P. N. REBERG
ct No. C,
ir tne posl-
must accompany appll-
LOST July 12, onfFn
t street or
gold watch, no Initials or engrav
ings; open faced. iSuttablo reward
offered. Leave atfTijnes office, or
address, Mrs. 3, $A. Yoakam,
WANTED TO REN
less than foUr ro
20. Address L. V
s; by August
M., or P. O.
FOR. SALE QN EASY TERMS
Neat and modern. Situated in North Bend
Heights. Best vipvon the peninsula, also
vacant lots in theVsame tract. Prices rea
sonable and terms easy. f
WARD & HURD 0
Succesbors to Wind & Ward. Corner Meade nnd Vermont Sts.
WANTED By Mrs. J. A. Goodwill,
a few .summer boarders; parties
wishing a day on South Coos river
can get dinner. Phono 20x8.
Launch Tioga leaves 8:00 a. m.
WANTED Dishwasher and chamber
maid, at- Hotel Oregon, North
TEACHERS' EXAMINATION No
tice Is hereby given that the reg
ular semi-annual examination of
applicants for state and county pa
pers will be held In the court
house at Coqullle, August 14-1C,
1907. Teachers .who are required
to pass in but two or three
branches may arrange with the un
dersigned to attend but one day,
most convenient to them. Dated
this 29th day of July, 1907. W.
H. Bunch, Co. Sup"t.
TO RENT Garden land; 5 acres
good garden land closo in. Box
97, Marshfleld, Ore.
Come Early to Moke Selections of
Our stack is gong fa
will convince that they
A trial of our
the best on the market
Coos Bay Paint & Wallpaper Co.
2nd near C Street
j WILSON & THOMAS I
I Contractors andiuilders f) I
1 Officefixtures a specialty, tore Fronts, Counters, 1
Shelving. Let us worlLjuyour plans. Seo us be- 1
J Shop opposite Bear's Livery Stable, North Front Street 1
iWiiwy Hwiiiiiiiiii'iii'iiii ' Hii in i-"-ymimmEiammcmBBfJM
"ire came with a straight course unto Coos." Acts 21-1.
Phone 1521. Front strwt
MISS POPPY HAMMOND AND HER SNAKE NECKLACE.
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