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'IHE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, OREGON, SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 1907.
Mrs. Frey of North Bond was hero
H. Powell was In this city on busi
Mr. Ed. Metcalf of South Inlet was
Mr. and Mrs. Annln arc visiting nt
the Sand Hills.
Mrs. Durrand of Mllllngton was
Mr. I. S. Smith was down from the
Mrs. Lattln of South Inlet was In
this city Saturday.
Mrs. Ray of Wlllanch Inlet was In
this city yesterday.
Miss Cllnkenbcardfof Coos River
was hero Saturday.
Miss Roako of Coos River was In
Mrs. Hilbournc of Mllllcoma was
In this city yesterday.
Miss Kato Magcnn of Empire w
In this city yesterday.
Mr. P. Marsh of Haines Inlet
In this city yesterday.
Mr. John P. Anderson was In fiVm
South Inlet yesterday.
Mrs. Kiano of Isthmus Inlet was
In this city Saturday.
Mr. H. H. Haines of Coos City was
In this city yesterday.
Mr. Wm. Ross of Isthmus Infet
was In this city Saturday.
Mr. Chas. Mahaffy of Coosfltlvep
was m mis cuy yuaiuruay.
Mr. Ed. Metcalf paid a business
vjslt to this city yesterday.
Misses Lottie and Phoebe Lan
were in this city yesterday.
Mr. Henry MllTer of South Inlet
was In this city yesterday.
J. W. Mael and family were down
from Coos River yesterday.
Mrs. N. H. Spoor of North Bend
was in Marshflold yesterday.
Mr. F. E. Allen returned yesterday
from a business trip to Gardiner.
AT THE CHURCHES.
First Baptist Church.
Services for Sunday, August 18.
Rev. D. W. Thurston, pastor.
10:00 a. in., bible school, Alva
i-oii, superintendent. 11:00 a. m.,
sermon, "Vain Religions." 7:00 p.
S,"AnYouns PeI,le's prayer meeting.
b:00 p. m., sermon, "A Charge of
Murder. Special music at the even
ing service by the male quartette and
chorus. You are Invited to all ser
vices. Come, and bring a friend
Rev. W. R. p. Bfowne, pastor.
services Will UO IIO I Jia nsiinl nn Hun.
day, August IS, as follows:
iu:oo a. in., Sabbath school. 11:00
a. in., sarmon by pastor. 7:00 p. in.,
Epworth League. S:00 p. m., ser
mon by pastor. Strnntrnrs urn nv-
tondod a cordial invitation to all
First Picsbjterlaii Church.
Announcements for Sunday, Aug
ust IS: The Sunday school meets at
10 a. m., for bible study. Morning
worship is held at 11 o'clock. The
pastor will preach on the theme:
"The Church in Modern Life." The
Christian Endeavor service is held
at 7 p. m. Leader, Mrs. Clarence
Piatt; topic, "The Value of De
cision." Evening service at S o'clock
with preaching by the pastor: sub-
t, "Quo Vrdte." Good music at
services. Cordial welcome to
Meeting Nights and Officers
of Coos Bay Orders
Blanco Lodge, No. 48, A. F. & A.
M. Richard Walter, W. M.; Noris
Jensen, Secretary. Meets third
-Hot chicken at Davis
Father (Impressively) "Consider
our numerous captains of lnduai
and keep in mind that nearly all
the architects of their own for
tunes." Son "Sure! But you don't
see any of them exhibiting blueprints
o details ,of construction:
Today Hot chicken at Davis &
"Do you know," she said softly, to
the young man who sat In the ham
that we were engaged?"
Isn't it strange," said the youn c
man, quickly, "how still the lake is f
Ho had been caught in that game
once before and wa3 dead wise. De
troit Free Press,
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Thursday of each month. Masonic
Arngo Chapter, No. 22, R. A. M. H.
Lockhart, High JbVi'at, Albeit
Seolig, Secretary. Meets fourth
Wednesday of each month. Ma-
i'ncillc Coinmandery. C. W. Tower,
Eminent Commander; Albert See
llg, Secretary. Meets fourth Mon
day of each month. Masonic Tem
ple. Doric Chapter, No. 53, O. E. S. MrSj
Marsh, W. M.; Mrs. O. Maqarty,
Secretary. Meets second and
fourth Tuesday. Masonic Temple. I oo
ODD FELLOWS. I g
Sunset Lodge, No. 51, I. O. O. F. I
L. Planz, N. G,; I. S. Lando, Secre- OO
tary. Meots every Friday in Odd
Sunset Encampment, I. O. O. F. A.
Hagenmeis'ter, C. P.; I. S. Lando,
Scribo. Meets first and" second
Thursdays. Odd Fellows Hall
WesteirfT Star Lodjie, Kcbokahs. Mrs 3
a Farrln, N. G.; Mrs. Lizzie 1 oo
tier, Secretary. Meets second 1 yy
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KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Myrtle Lodge, No. 3, K. P. Chas.
ordstrom, C. C; Tom Hall, 'Keep
er of Records. Meets first and
third Mondays, K. P. Hall.
Pythian Sisters, Laurel Temple, No.
3.S, Mrs. Bessie Nicholson, M. E
C; Mrs. Nellie Whereat, M. of R.
and C. Meets first and third
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Camp. No. 100, W. O. W. W. P.
Murphy, C. C; W. U. Douglas,
Clerk. Meets second and fourth)
fcsdays, Odd Fellows Hall.
"Jify Circle, No. 104, Women of
oodcraft. Mrs. Nora Daly, G.
Mrs. M. Cowan, Clerk. Meets
cond and fourth Mondays, Odd
of the music is found
and' its grandness fully expressed by
one of the most modern pianos and H
. o tt
players combined or them alL
THE NEjEDAM PLAYER PIANO
,oo m w
beforbuying will be fully
Universal Trackerboard and Music
Tr '"&', J-fif-VAySSVl
Co with a library of 1 0,000 select-
ions A piano player is not complete g
Mr. S. T. Bidwell of Mllllngton
was a Marshflold visitor yesterday.
Mrs. Jennings and daughter were
over from East Marshflold yesterday.
Miss Slata Howe Is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Mllo Sumner of this city.
Born To the wife of Emmett
Pierce on August 17th, a daughter.
F. S. Dow and family are camping
at the Goodwill place on Coos river.
D. W. Small camo In from Summit
yesterday and will remain until Mon
day. T. J. Lewis wont to Ten Mile yes
terday afternoon to be absent over
Mr. I. S. Smltn and family are
camping at the "Goodwill" place on
Miss Mamie Mahoney is spending
a few days at McCormac's place on
Miss Hattle Bowron left yesterday
for her homo at Honryville after
having visited hero for the past few
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kaiser, Mr.
ana Airs. Geunart and mother, Mr.
Will Gebhart and Mr. Eickworth and
family intend spending today at Coos
Miss Ruth Allen of this city is vis
iting with relatives In Portland and
from there she will go to Albany and
remain for the remainder of the
a nun aii:
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mocit wun ner, "i cireanu last nigm. . TrlI) No ,3 ImnrnvP(, order:
f 01 ueamen. Hugh McLaln, Sa
chem; George Farrln, Chief of
Records. Meets Thursdays, Red
Degree of Pocahontas, Sacajawea
Council, No. 9. Meets first and
third, Thursdays. Nora Daly, Po
cahontas; Ora McCarty, Keeper of
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.
T. Nicols, F. M.; Mrs. Nellie Owen,
Secretary. Meets first and third
Tuesdays, Odd Fellows Hall.
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC.
Baker Post, No. S, Department of,
Oregon. W. E. Thofp, Com-
without a full library to select from S
We are exclusive agents for Southwestern Oregon.
He I thought they weren't going
to get married until the autumn?
She Yes. but they changed their
minds suddenly, and were united yes
terday. You see, they happened to
hear of a good servant out of a place,
and they wanted to secure her!
A rich Pennsylvanian got a letter
telling jiim to give up $10,000 or be
killed. He thought It was a joke,
and neither gave up the ton thousand
nor suffered death. Now he has de
cided it wasn't a joke. Those Penn
sylvanians have a queer sense of
Walter Mr. Brown left his um
brella again, sir. I do believe he'd
leave his head If it were loose."
Robinson I dare say you aro right.
I heard him say only yosterday he
was going to Switzerland for his
lungs. Ally Sloper.
JOHN NASBURG WILL
F. G. McGann & Sons have been
awarded a. contract to thoroughly
remodel the resldenco of John Nas
burg, which property is known as the
Arlington. The rooms will be en
suite, with buffet kitchens. The Mc
Qanns also will build some bungalow
flats on their property on Chestnut
MERRY PARTY CAMPED
AT CHARLESTON BAY
A merry party has been camped
at Charleston Bay for tho past two
weeks, and what cannot be iuvented
by those in that party for amusement
is not worth attention. They have
enjoyed tho time to the best ad
vantage and have taken sea food,
including fish, crabs, clams, and mus
sels. Tho encampment is termed
Rough and Ready 23" and accord
ing to tho word of a visitor, tho term
is well applied. Those In the party
aro: P. H. Mnra1i nnrt f.imllv! V. O.
Pratt and family; Mr. and Mrs. Pet-
ijonn; Mr. Mauzoy and family;
. Amstein and daughter, Tf
ree; Mrs. Ogren and daughter.
llot Chicken pie today at Davis
& Davis' Delicatessen.
And the pity of it all is that if the
man who is prepetrating these das
tardly crimes In New York is
brought to trial, the jury Is likely to
find that he only had a brainstorm
of psychic epilepsy or something
C St., between Broadway and Front
Phone Main 1441
A Hungarian killed his daughter
because her face was ugly, and was
lte off with three years in prison
Oi tho same basis auy one who
would kill 'a man with a disposition
like this ought to get a Carnegie
Pittsburg has had epidemics of
typhoid fever, measles and whooping
cough this summer, and now the fall
is to bring a revival of tho Hartjo
case. Truly there's no re3t for the
There is no doubt whatever that
tho peace activities at Tho Hague will
at least produce much beneficial and
mander; I. S. Kaufman, 'Adjutant;
C. W. Tower, Q. M. Meets second
Tuesday each month, Longshore
W. M. Hagquist, President; John
Backman, Secretary. Meets first
and third Wednesdays, hall over
Marshfield Aerie, No. 5 38, Fraternal
Order of Eagle3. T. J. Lewis, W. i
P.; H. McLain, Secretary. Meets
first Wednesday eveni.is of each
month in Eagles' Hall on Front
street nt 8 p. m.
Court Coos Bay, No. 15, Foresters of
America, William Longstaff, Chief
Ranger; F. T. Sumner, Financial
Secretary. Meets second and
fourth Saturdays In I. O. O. F.
North Bend Camp, No. 82 01, M. W.
A. P. Maloney, V. C; L. A.
Loomis, Secretary. Meets second
and fourth Wednesdays, S p. m.,
Taylor's Hall. Visiting neighbors
cordially invited to attend.
A. O. U. W. A. J. Savage, Master
Workman; T. M.. Dimmick, Re
corder. Meets second and fourth
Tuesday evenings in the Odd Fel
Degree of Honor A. O. U. W. Mascot
Lodge No. 5. Meets first and third
Tuesdays of each month in I. O.
O. F. Hall.
United Brotherhood of Carpenters
And Joiners. Meets in Longshore
men's Hall, alternate Tuesdays at
8 p. m. Frank H. Hall, president;
Jas. Barrle, vice-president; John
Greenwood, recording secretary;
F. R. Miller, financial secretary.
Sign I vs
tho Kodak on
your outing trip;
n full line with
supplies nt the
Of all descriptions.
House painting, pa
per hanging, grain
ing, carriage paint-ing-etc.
Strictly pure stock
sold on all jobs.
Opposite Bear's Livery
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I Cafe and Grill I
I - - - MENU - - -. .! 1
Hj Eastern Oysters Gfl
H , - Consomme in Cups Gumbo a la Creole HI
Bj i ' Olives t y Salted Peanuts ' S
H Fillet of Sea ifeass yJulionne Potato H
H Sliced Cucumbers J Young Onions H
fij Legf ofTutton, Plquante .Sauce HJ
H Fried Spring Chicken, Maryland Style Zlffuced Veal en Caserolo H
IH Pummes a la Parisenno "V v"ax Beans Hj
M Orange Water Ice Nabisco .- H
H Prime Ribs of Beef au Jus ' Leg of Pork with Applo Sauco SH
9 i Mashed or Steamed Potatoes Corn on Cob -' : H
H l$H ' Waldorf and Empire Crab Salad HB
i SK Apple Pie Lemon Pio, jt bM
n H Steamed Suet Pudding, Hard or Brandy Sauco HJ
H ' Macaroon Ice Cream Assorted Fancy Cako Hj
H Fruits Cheese Nuts and Raisins H
H Water Crackors Demi Tasso i H
H A la Carte 25c up. V Table Do Hoto $1,25. H