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About The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957 | View This Issue
Miss Lena Larsen was In this city
Mrs. Virgil Matson of Daniel's
Creek wns a city visitor yesterday.
Mrs. Roberts of Sumner was a city
Mr. Bonebrako of Sumner was In
this city yesterday.
Mr Zach Tliomas was down from
Mrs. Frank Rogers was down from
Coos Hlver Saturday.
Mrs. Dr. Galo of North Bend was
In this city yesterday.
Mr. Morten of Llbby wasla Marsh
field visitor yesterday. x
Mrs. E. M. Smith was in Marsh
fleld shopping yesterday.
Mrs. Oscar Oilman of North Inlet
was in this city yesterday.
MIs3 Jennie Curren of North Bend
was a city visitor yesterday.
Mnlnr Tower nf Rmnlrn wna n
Marshfleld visitor yesterday.
Mrs. Morton Tower was down
from Coos River yesterday.
Mrs. Favaro of South Inlet was in
this city shopping yesterday.
Mrs. D. Wallace of Catching Inlet
was in Marshfleld yesterday.
Mr. John Esmond of North Inlet
was here on businoss yesterday.
Mr. Jim Watson of Coquille Is vis
iting in this city for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith of Coos
River were in this city yesterday.
Mrs. VInegard of East Marshfleld
paid a business visit hero Saturday.
Mrs. Annie Johnson of North Inlet
was in this city shopping Saturday.
Mr. W. F. Ray of Coos River paid
Marshfleld a business visit yesterday.
Mr. Neil Watson of Coos City paid
a business visit to this city yester
day. Ed Colgan returned yesterday
from a week's business trip to Ban
don. Miss Mamie Mahoney left yester
day for a few days visit up Coos
Mr. Warren Besscy of Coos River
paid a business visit to this city yes
terday. Miss Jennie Eickworth intends
- spending today with relatives at Mll
licoma. Miss L. Johnson returned yester
day from the Kruse place up the
Miss Susie Eickworth returned
yesterday froih a few days' outing at
Mrs. George Adams Intends spend
ing today at the McCormac place on
Mrs. Nellie Owen has sold one-half
A Interest of her store to Mrs. Copple
of this city.
Miss Bessie Flyo of this city re
turned Saturday from a two weeks'
visit at Gardiner.
Mr. and Mrs. Litchworth and
daughter, Ella, are' spending a few
days at Allegany.
B. F. Wyatt of North Bend was
transacting business in Marshfleld
Misses Uma and Isls March re
turned yesterday trom a few days
visit up Coos river.
Miss Hazel Downing of Salem, who
had been with C. A. Sehlbrede and
family, has returned home.
Editor Bennett, of tho Coos Bay
News, returned with his family from
an extended outing on Ten Mile.
W. J. Butler and family arrived in
yesterday from Ten Mile, where they
had been camping for several weeks.
R. K. Booth and Claude Nasburg
left yesterday afternoon for an over
Sunday stay at tho Sigma Chi boat
house on Coos river.
Mr. and .Mrs. Geo. Cook passed
through Marshfleld on their way to
Empire yesterday. They have just
returned from a short visit to Rose
burg. AT THE CHURCHES.
4. .. !. .. A !. ! $$
W. R. F. Browne, pastor. Services
for Sunday, August 25th: 10 a. m
Sunday school. 11 a. m., Vermon,
"Prophets in tho Pews." 7 p. m., Dp
worth League. 8 p. in., sermon, A
Boarding House Roomer Who Did
His Duty." A cordial welcome is ex
tended to all. k.
Firbt Baptist Church.
W. W. Thurston, pastor, Services
for Sunday, August 25th: 10 a. m.,
Biblo school, Alva Doll, superintend
ent. 11 a. m sermon, "Good for
Nothing." 7 P. m., Young Peoples
service, Mrs. Marsh, leader. 6 P',m;j
sermon, "Arguments Against Sin.
.Special music at tho evening service
by the choir under tho direction of
fSL AY.' ,so sol to Mrs. Ellen
? ff-- 03ri, Gently Lord; O, Gently Lead
H, Ha8tInBS- Strangers especially
i?V.?d V?, a11 8orvces. Rev. J. A.
icttlt will conduct evangelistic ser
vices, beginning September 1.
The First Pivshytcrlaii Clmich.
H. II. Brown, pastor. Announce
ments for Sunday, August 25th: A
cordial imitation is extended to
Strancera tn vlslf mr nn.i. i,..i
which convenes at 10 o'clock a. m!
A bible elflss fnr niltilto la .r.rw1....l,wl
by tho pastor, which Is growing In
numbers because It Is being mado
helpful and suggestive. There are
also classes for every grado of pupils,
where the boys and girls of the
parish are welcomed.
Tho morning service is held at 11
o clock at which the pastor will
preach on tho theme, "The Great
Tho subject of the sermon at the
evening service at 8 o'clock will be:
"Wandering Stars." Whether or not
you have seen tho new comet, you
will bo interested in this sermon.
One of tho most interesting and
helpful services of tho day is the
Christian Endeavor service at 7
o'clock. Young pcoplo and every
body interested In young people's
work are welcomed at this service.
Leader, Miss Lucy Horton.
Tho special musical features,at tho
preaching services will be a solo by
Mrs. Jessie W Ingram, and the an-
them-hvmn. "Tlin Klni? nf T.nvn AIv
Shepherd Is," by tho choir.
Meeting Nights and Officers
of Coos Bay Orders
Blanco Lodge, No. 48, A. F. & A.
M. Richard Walter, W. M.; Norls
Jensen, Secretary. Meets third
Thursday of each month. Masonic
Ar.igo Chapter, No. '2.'i, R. A. M. H.
Lockhart, High Prl'st, Albei t-
WANTED Millwrights and laborers
by the Courtenay Lumber Co.
WANTED By Mrs. J. A. Goodwill,
a few summer boarders; parties
wishing a day on South Coos river
can got dinner. Phone 20xS.
Launch Tioga leaves S:00 a. m.
WANTED Anybody havlns good3
to store call at Taylor's Piano
House on Broadway, near 0. street.
Largo warehouse just completed.
WANTED Two heavy teams to h
piling for Plat B wharf, on can
tract or six dollars per day.
FOR SALE Portable bake oven afl
baking utensils. Address "Busr
ness" caro Times.
WANTED Dishwasher and chamber
maid, at Hotel Oregon, North
WANTED Ton men to clear land on
Plat B, by the aero. L. D. Kin
ney. FOR SALE Eight-room house and
lot on Mead street, Just north of
M. E. church, price, $1800, cash.
J. S. Edmunds, North Bend, or F.
L. Sumner, Marshfleld, Ore.
A BARGAIN Two lots in Bandon,
one a corner, 40 x 100 each.
Price for both, $170 net. Stuts
man & Co.
es WANT AIS
For good things ojmi. Special va
riety in ICE CREAM, Boston Baked
Beans and Brown Bread, Boiled Ham,
Veal Pot Pie. A variety, in Cakes
All Kinds of Work Done
PHONES 543, 149 and 271
North Bend, Oregon
THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD,
Seollg, Secretary. Meets fourth
Wednesday of each month. Ma
Pacific Coniinniiclcry. C. W. Tower,
Eminent Commander; Albert Sco
llg, Secretary. Moots fourth Mon
day of each month. Masonic Tem
ple. Doric Chapter, No. 53, O. E. S. Mrs.
Marsh, W. M.; Mrs. O. Macarty,
Secretary. Meets second and
fourth Tuesday. Masonic Temple.
Sunset Lodue, No. 51, I. O. O. F.
L. Planz, N. G,; I. S. Lando, Secre
tary. Moet3 every Friday in Odd
Sunset Encampment, I. O. O. F. A..
Hagonmoloter, C. P.; I. S. Lando,
Scribe. Meets first and second
Thursdays. Odd Fellows Hall.
Western Star Lodge, Itcbckahs. Mrs
Anna Farrin, N. G.; Mrs. Lizzie
Butler, Secretary. Meets second
and fourth Wednesday, Odd Fel
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Myrtle Lodge, No. 3, K. P. Chas.
Nordstrom, C. C; Tom Hall, "Keep
er of Records. Meets first and
third Mondays, K. P. Hall.
Pythian Sisters, Laurel Temple, No.
3S, Mrs. Bessie Nicholson, M. E.
C; Mrs. Nellie Whereat, M. of. R.
and C. Meets first and third
AVOOD.MKX OF THE WORLD.
Camp. No. 100, W. O. W. W. P.
Murphy, C. C; W. U. Douglas,
Clerk. Meets second and fourth
Tuesdays, Odd Fellows Hall.
Coos Bay Circle, No. 1C4, Women of
Woodcraft. Mrs. Nora Daly, G.
N.; Mrs. M. Cowan, Clerk. Meets
second and fourth Mondays, Odd
Koos Tribe, No. 33, improved Order
of Redmen. Hugh McLain, Sa
chem; George Farrin, 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.
Arc the Best
WANTED A boy; must be polite
and neat. Apply Unique Pant
atorium. FOR RENT 5-room cottage, with
bath. Mrs. T. S. Mlnot.
WANTED Two or four furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. In
quire at Times.
WANTED Girl bookkeeper for gon
eral merchandise store. Address
box 209, Marshfleld, Ore.
WANTED An elderly lady to cook
for eating club of eight men. Ad
dress Box P, North Bend.
FOR SALE--Undertaking business
at NorthyCend. Apply Hotel North
NT Nicely furnished front
gentlemen profored. Ap
WANTED Good farm and dairy
hand. Wages $40.00 per mo. and
board. E. L. Bessey. Phone 208.
FOR RENT Ten-room house in
South Marshfleld. Apply to A. B.
Campbell, Finnish Co-operative
WANTED Young lady assistant
bookkeeper must write neat hand
and be accurate. Box 334, City.
WANTED Man and wife or widow
woman, no objections to child; or
good girl for general house work.
Apply Mrs. F. Rogers, Coos River.
Try a Times Want Ad.
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OREGON, SUNDAY, AUGUST
Call for tliose screw
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above all things wish to give their children pure, healthful food.
Indigestion sufferings are caused by the use of cheap.
k L (MM .
and recomenaea t
F, A, SACCHI
C, W, W0LC0TT
JAS, B, HIBBARD
FINNISH CO-OPERATIVE CO,
Kur UetHeen Marshlicld 'ind North
Bend Made in 12 Minutes.
Faro: One wav, 15c; roinxl trip, S5v.
J. A. O'KELIiY, Proprietor.
J $ $ $ $ $ t i? $ $ $ $ $
A. J. COLVlX
Figure oh your ilifes. Oen-
eral brick and cenjjru orlc.
Apjily, Hlanco Clpir Store.
$ $ $ J $ J J
iragrsrcawmif iW wwmitiwim
$ $ ! 5 $
"Will open for !io breeption
of pupils about fear 8, 1907.
Parlors abovo iTiyfor's Piano
j. j $ $ $ .j $. $ ! .j j .j .j. j $.
Makes Kidney S'nd Bladder til a lit
ft0 MCHf NCAV
S. " - WtiBii.y
1 - ZZZZIZZ a Sholvang. Let us work out 0Wr plans. Soo us be-
I y foro building.
NEW I j :
, - lyShop opposite Bear's Livery Stable, North Front Street
Warehouse , M
Just completed in larskfield KmmEsaaaaamarsBaa
for storing your fortsehold ) m , HAWni2ii iirnnin
goods. Best of care guaran- A MONUMENTAL WORKS
teed. For terms Call at- ' ; M Wo gnarateo beur Tvork at lower prices,
1 i JiHoHffrPWC; "mn Cftl hatWTlhewliero. Do not order
rnHSt'iilPBI inonunijtaljpiwk until you havu
Taykrs Piano Ml Stewart & Mitchell
House I ;C3 Corner 3d & D Sts.
Broadway m&' Phone, Main 1731
top cans, 3 lbs.
unwholesome baking powders. Don't risk health to save a
few cents in price. That is not economy. You cannot
good, neaitnrul rood unless' you use pure
from a Superior grade of Pure
COOS BAY GROCERY CO,
GRIMES & COMPANY -RUSSELL
PATRONIZE THESE GROCERS
ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
We use the necessary facilities for
sending money to all partof the
world, and without danazr or loss
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF COOS BAY
California and Oregon Coast Steamship1 Company.
' Steamer Alliance
D. V. OLSON, Jttater.
Sails from Portland
Sails from Coos Bay Tu
F. P. Baumgaitnor, Agt.
Couch St. Dock, Portland, Oro,
WILSON & THOMAS
Contractors and Builders
fl Oflioo fixtures a specialty, etorogjrfffontfl, Countora,
$1.00, 5 lbs. $1.65
Cream of, Tartar.
ays, 8 p. m.
's, at service of tide.
L. W, Shaw, Agt.
MaishlleVd, Oro., Phone 441.
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