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About The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957 | View This Issue
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TEB DAILY OO&S JUX TIKES,
IQss Maud Fainter -will receive
pupils lor vocal culture fit bar bene
on Broadway la MarshSeld, begia
Jng with Monday ol tie easalng weet
Thongh Miss Palater lias bat recently
become a resident of MarshOeid her
maried vocal aocompTishmeets aare
established for her in enviable re
pntatioa and her success as a teacher
"SVAXTED. Good famfly horse: bay
T mare preferred. F. A. Goidea.
FOR SALE Four acres of land In
South Marshfleld for the next sixty
days. Address B. A. SI. 4-30-Zm
WATED. To real two or more
1 roov tor hossekeepfag. furatehed
for maa and wife. P. O. Box ss
THE CITY OF
RETfKXS FROM STXXFORD.
Join Mereen, mho has been at-
tending Iceland Stanford University !
bas arrived on Cobs Bar to spend FOR. BEXT Six roBia hoase oa Piae
&& ! "T"v
his stammer vacatkra with bis father
A. Mereen, general seperiatendent
makes loxg visit.
Mrs. C E. Brews and Mrs. L. B.
Pettyjohn wIU leave overland Mon
day Jor Portland. Mrs. Drews is
gteg to Tist la Oolfax "Washington
for abmt six wests r tw months.
Tbe members of the Alumni met
Friday eveaing at the heme of Bss
1 Tower 3er the purpose of arranging
i details regarding the annas! recept
' ten and banket im be given tbe
graduating class of the Marshfield
miss maud painter.
ot oice culture oa Ooos Bay seems
Trained in the foremost censer
"vatories of the east she is specially
adapted for her vocation. The foBew
Ing excerpt is from a IViafieid, Kan
It is safe to say .that of aH the mu
sical recitals given in 'Wlnfiald this
spring that of Miss Maud Painter
xl the Sosthwest Kansas college
chapel last Tuesdaj sigh was easBr
the best in point of excellence.
TBecanse of Miss Palmer's serial
prominence and the recognised tal
ent she possesses her grad anting re
cital was attended by the largest
crowd of 'WinfleJd's elite that bas as
sembled in the college chapel ar
two or three years. 'Whe the ca
pacity of tbe .chapel was reached
iriends crrwded in balls and parlors
arnd alcoves, content w4th the echo
of swet tones that drifted to them.
Miss Painter s reception was an .
ovation to her beauty and xalent
She is considered one of tbe most
"bean-total girls in the great South
west and on ber recital night she was
aitfired in simple white" Her balr
Miss Snsle E4ctworih gave a
student recital Friday evening at her
borne. The program mas highly ap
preciated by the few invited gnests
present and consisted of both "vocal
and Instrumental numbers.
street. In quire Palace restaurant.
"WANTED Toung lady far cJerfc.
Apply local telephone office. L. B.
TiVAXTED. An apprentice to learn
the trade. Nerth Bend Qgar Man
"SVANTED Two girls for operators
at the MarshSeH telephone office.
Pacific TeSepbene Ce.
FOR SALT: Housebrtd goods f
sale and bouse far rent. Address
Mrs. J. F. Bewman, Marsbfieid.
"VTANTErj A 3a. 1 good farm and
dairy band with laraHy to take
charge -of dairy. Good wages. "SVH1
BAXCE IS SrOCESS.
Tbe dance given by the members
e the Acme band in 3arshfie3d Sat
Tjrday might was well attended.
The different musical numbers
rendered by the band were thorough
ly enjoyed, catling forth nauch ap
plause. A substantial sum was re-attaed,.
Tuesday aftemoBn the members of
Progress Ctab wJH close their dub
season with a grand beat ride and
picnic. The ladies nave decided to
xate a trip -up Isthmus Inlet to the
where tbe afternoon will be spent.
The place is Tery pretty and the lad
ies win certainly have an enjoyable
NOTICE. Those baviag baggage
stored at the Central hotel will
pte&s -all tor saae by Jae 1 or
it will be sold.
FOR RENT. Rooms ia the Rogers
btiMiag: sites or sfaglr. Apply
3. a Rogers, stesster Coos River,
or E. O. Hall. A street.
MtJSIC Secure the Irish Orchestra
for high grade mastc oa aay occa
sion. McDeroy, coad actor and
riolia lastructor. Marshfield, Ore
FOR RENT. A five-room hon&e;
good fernltsre for sale: to be va
cated by 1st of July. Phoae 1184.
Mr. G. T. Holtsclaw, South Marsh-Sefci.
FOR SALE! 19 acres coaimaadlag
aarter mile of -water froat on
ship chaaael oa Coos Bay at a bar
gain. See. Title Guarantee & Ab
stract Co. 2-S-tf
ON THE MAINLAND
In Full View of Marshfield
Plat B And North Bend
Where Rail and Sail Will Meet
It will pay you to inspect this New Townshe
One and one half miles water front
150 acres tideland sites for mills and factories.
On deep water-cast channel of Coos River.
3000 platted lots size 25x120.
Streets 100 feet and 66 feet wide alleys 20 ft
LOTS 35.00 TO $350.00
Take our launch.
Coos Bay Townsite Co.
N. F. THRONE. Sec, Marshfield, Ore.
OfficeOpposite Central Hotel - Marshfield, Oregon
also pay 56 per month and board t pQ-, EExT ro fHrBished house-
f or an assistant, married or single
and furnish a good house for man
with family. E. L. Bessey, Coos
River. Pboae, Ooos 2P5. 5-1 C
FOR SALE OR RENT. A four-room
bouse and f nmltuTe for sale. See
Dr. Love of North Bend, Ore.
"WANTED. -Man and wife on farm,
or a lady coot; good wages. Ad
dress B. C B., care Times office.
"WANTED Men to wort la sawmill .
wages $2 a day and npward,
Simpson Lumber Co. S-24-tf
teeping rooms suitable for man
aad wife la Wiadsor block. Apply
to Fred Joissoa, Eagle salooa.
North Bead. 4-5S-if
FOR T." Twelve acres of land oa
Ooos river. One acre hi!! land and
rest bottom land; vnim proved. Tor
further partieelars address Z 67.
FOB SALE. C! acres for farming
land. 25 acres already burnt and
2 acres good bottom land, $25 per
acre - Jactoh Mattsoa, North lalet
Half cash and remainder oa time
WILSON & THOMAS
Contractors 2nd Builders
ARRITES FROM COLLEGE. !
Tom Bennett arrived boms yes-1
terday form Leland Stanford Tniver- I
siry to spend his summer xacatin. i
Mr Bennett is tating a course an the
-was ar-anged simply and the decol- law school at Stanford. J "W. Ben
3ote eosrume bepomingly enhanced next, Ton Bennett Eugene O'Connel
the beav of 1p fo'l throat, from and Anlur MtKeown wi jeave Mon
wbjth b"-f pp ed tones the ugh- & T a wet s fasting tr r tt Ten
Ingaif n..Eht rarr W06 "TSgl
OfBce Hxtnre? $. spedaltj. S;we Floats, Coanierf,
.She3Tic Let cs work out your plans. See us be
Shop opposite Bear's livery Stable, North Front Street
irmnrmwrrm r 5 5
3 t Besmear
-.w.''fi 6a aaE
We now have in stock a most beaut
iful display of dining room furniture.
Sideboards, tables, cnina cabinets, in
fact, everything to furnish your dining
room complete with the most artistic,
beautiful and durable furniture to be
C. A. JOHNSON
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And Look as Well as Your Friend Who
Has Just Paid the Tailor $35 to $40.
Then Call At MERCHANT BROS., and Purchase
One of Those Hart schaffner and Marx's Fine Suits.
EveryJ suit is guaranteed in workmanship
fit and material Any suit not coming
up to our guarantee can be returned and
purchase price freely refunded.
Big assortment of Monarch and Cluett
shirts. College brand hats. Gautnerand
Matterns also Coopers fine underwear for
men. Neckwear. Banister, Nettleton
Crossett shoes for men.
Copvrch" i yr- i Hart Schariier tsf Marx
FAMOUS PACIFIC LOGGERS
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