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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSnFIELD, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1909 EVENING EDITION.
: AT THE CHURCHES :
UNITED BRETHREN OP
11. G. SUMMERLIN, Pastor. X
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Preaching services at- 11 o'clock.
Loyal Temperance Legion at 2:30.
Young People's meeting at C:30.
THE FIRST DAY AT SCHOOL.
A very small boy came home at recess-time,
with his slate and book,
on the first day of school, with this
explanation In his mouth:
Ma' 'taln't no use for me to go
She don't teach nothin' tnat I Know. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.
She talks about the birds an trees i g$ov5'4WiW'VA'jV,
An' never mentions A-B-C's.
Sings 'bout fishes In the brooks
An' says we needn't bring no books.
An' when I told my name was Ted,
What d'you think she went an' said?
"Your really name Is Theodore
An' we won't call you Ted no more."
So when she marched us out to play
1 'elded I'd come home to stay,
For 'taln't no use for me to go
She don't teach nothin' that I know.
Mary White Slater.
CENTRAL SCHOOL NEWS.
Paul Shepard entered the Fifth
The First grade are studying the
horse for nature and the pilgrims for
Harold Walrath and Zella Swin
forrt are newly registered pupils of
the Fourth grade.
Christian Science services w'll be
held In the Christian Science ha'l,
327, Third street North, Sunday, at
11a. in. Subject: "Mortals and Immortals."
X NORTH REND PRESBV- H
TERIAN CHURCH K
H Rev. J. C. Linlnger, Pastor. t
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Preaching service at 11 a. m.
Junior Endeavor at 4 p. m.
Christian Endeavor and Bible
Reading at G:30 p. m.
tlon and the members of the Sisters CURED HAY FEVER
of Bethany at the church to discuss AND SUMMER COLD
the parish work. a. S. Nusbaum, Batesville, In-
diana, writes: "Last year I suffered
i9"ff?9i tor three ontlui with a summer
METHODIST EPISCOPAL ! ,. ,, . . .,...,., ,
. -r. tt t, ., j t . iCold so distressing that it interfered
Rev. H. I. Rutledge, Pastor. X ! ... , , , . . . ..
yf0OOc6i(lth n,y buslness- I had mnn-v ot the
Services at the Methodist Episco-8ymitonls ot 1,av fever. and a doc"
pal church will be held as follows
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Morning service at 11 a,
Junior League at 3 p. m.
Epworth League at 0:30.
Evening service at 7:30.
Prayer meeting Thursday
tor's prescription did not reach my
case, and I took several medicines
j which seemed only to aggravate it.
Fortunately I Insisted upon having
Foley's Honey and Tar. It quickly
, cured me. My wife has since used
,.Q i.,, Foley's Honey and Tar with the
. t .lllii3
jsame success." RED CROSS Phar
macy, (John Preuss, Prop.)
AWW WT WWTTVnW
Rev. FRANK R. ZUGG, Minister
Sabbath school at 10 a. m.
Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. The theme of the morn
ing sermon, "Divine Providential
Control." Evening sermon, "Les
sons From Lot's Life." Y. P. S.
C. E. will meet at 0:45 p. m. Leader,
Mrs. F. R. Zugg. Strangers will be
Gorden Snndberg has been absent
from the First grade this week on
account of sickness.
i NORTH REND METHODIST X
W EPISCOPAL CHURCH. tt
ii Rev. R. H. PIERSON, Pastor. i
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m., subject 'The
Value qf Organization."
Epworth League, G:30.
Mission study 7:30
Union service at S:00.
me i'rimary graue are maning me niiifififj'j,ififififi
turkey and other things symbolic of
Thanksgiving for their Sloyd work.
The children in the different
grades are learning Thanksgiving
recitations and poems to the Flag,
for their elocution work.
The pupils of the Fifth grade,
lianded in some very nretty language
papers this week. Jack Merchants
paper was the best. The copy was
put on the board by Myrtle Lenet.
BAPTIST CHURCH. i
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7:30
p. m. by Rev. G. LeRoy Hall of Med
ford. Young Peoples' meeting at G:30
Special music by the Temple choir.
The oniy four days of absence
which the Fourth grade have had
CATHOLIC CHURCH. tt
i Rev. Father J. MORAN. tt
Mass will be celebrated at St. Mo
nica's Catholic church in Marshfield
this year have been caused by the; Sunday morning at S:30 and 10:30,
following pupils: Loyd Tharp, ljtho Rev. Father J. A. Moran cele
days, Agnes Burke, 1 day; Hazel , brant.
Cook, 1 day: Zella Swinford, day I in North Bend, the Rev. Father
The remaining twenty-eight pupils Curley will celebrate mass at S and
have been neither absent nor tardy io o'clock.
for the fir3t two months of school.
Besides the pupils whose names
were in the paper last week, the fol
lowing of the Second grade were
neither absent nor tardy during the
first six weeks of school:
Jessie Chance, Opal Brown, Emma
Lou Douglas, Juanita Ellerby, Jane
McLaln, Bessie Mosena, Harold
tt THE LUTHERAN CHURCH.
f Rev. J. Richard Olson, Pastor, tt
Daily Real Estate Reports Furnished
By Title Guarantee and Abstract
Co., Henry Sengstncken.
November C, 1909.
L. D. Kinney et ux, et al, by Sher
iff, io M. C. Horton; deed. Bile G2,'
Coos Bay Plat B. Consideration,!
November S, 1909.
Ole Jacob Risuiyhr, to Peder
Ophus; deed. NEi, sec 8, twp 2G,'
R 9. Consideration, 510. j
Karolino Rlsmjhr, to Peder
Ophus; deed. XEV4, sec S, twp 26,
R 9. Consideration, $10.
Anna H. Barkman and hus, to E.
A. Nelson; deed. Lots 23 and 24,
blk 44. Railroad addition to Marsh
field. Consideration, $800.
November 9, 1909.
Thos. Vlgars et ux, ito John T.
Tolmau; deed. Lots 5, G, 7 and 8,
blk 2, Woodlawn Addition to North
Bend. Consideration, $10.
John V.Nye, to J. C. Gray et al;
ileed. SEVi of NWH and SWy4 of
NE1,;, sec :0, tv;p 2:, 13 Cci-
PRICE O.F PREFERRED STOCK OF
THE UNITED WIRELESS
Note the steady and rapid ad
vance In tha price of stock since the
.organization of the company:
February 23, 1907 ....$10.00
September 1, 1907 .'... 11.00
October 1, 1907 . 12.50
November 10, 1907 14.00
January 1, 190S 15. 0C
.March 1, 1908 16.50
j lune 1, 190S 17.50
I ugust 1, 'J 90S IS. 50
j October 1, 190S 20.00
'December 15, 190S 22.50
: February 15, 1909 25.00
May 1, 190!) 30.00
August 1, 1909 $35.00
The pricp will remain at $35.00
for a short time only. It's a chance
of a lifetimo to make a safe invest
ment and large profits.
O. L. HOPSON, Fiscal Agent.
Coos mid Curry Counties, Bnv 323,
Olllce in The "Chandler"
The Ground Work
TO ACTUAL HOMESEEKERS.
If yob. want a home in the best
residence section in the city amongst
the best bunch oi people In the world
and at reasonable prices, don't over
look the fact that SENGSTACKEN
ADDITION TO MARSHFIELD pres
ents you this opportunity.
Parties intending to build a shanty
need not apply for this property as
we only want a class of settlers that
will put up good respectable homes
and to those we will give terms to
3iilt their pocket-book. See
& ABSTRACT CO,
HENRY SENGSTACKEN, Manager
I General Act-its. Eastside
THE WORLD WANTS
A SQUARE )i:AL
And the people of Coos Bay are get
ting a square deal in groceries
through Wolcott's. The spirit of the
square deal has always been the pol
Icy of the Wolcott store. Honesty U
the foundation of this business. v0
offer every housekeeper a sm.n..
'deal in groceries. The sooner vn.i
take advantage of it the better off
ou are. On any purchnso made at
our store that is not satisfactory v,Q
will cheerfully refund your money
For indigestion and all stomach
trouble take Foley's Orlno Laxative
as It stimulates the stomach and
tver and regulates the bowels and
will positively cure habitual con
stipation. RED CROSS PHAR
MACY. (John Preuss, Prop.)
& Just received a large stock
The 1a requires them.
? Coos Bay Oil &
I BUSINESS DIRE
(TORY OF RELIABLE
THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF RELIABLE BUSINESS nOUSES AND BUSINESS MEN IN
MARSHFIELD WHO HANDLE GOODS THAT CAN BE GUARANTEED AT FAIR PRICES OR
MEN WHOSE WORK MAY BE DEPENDED UPON. IT WILL PAY YOU TO PATRONIZE THEM
Z-arj L.-.ron, '.3 I" c De aicr;
C.021. :.oi.-' ar.l G, blk 1, Subdlvi-slo-'.
c." bVi A, C. iz rc:e-. A''iKlo
tj Ma -sir. !('. C ;nsideration, $10.
F. J. HAYES.
The very latest
methods In fitting glasses. Test
ing of :-hildfou's eyes a specialty
Broken glasses duplicated.
Algiers also seems to have a Bur
bank. A plant expert in Orleansvllle'
has succeeded in raising a date with
out a stone.
will be conducted at the'
Sunday school at 9:30; preaching
service at 10:30. No evenlnir ser-
Chapman, Wesley Maol Clyde Maga-jvjc(J-
ry, Doris Sengstacken, Maude WU-,
son, Mamie Mosena, Reta Lawhorne,
Conrad Anderson, Douglas Bur
roughs, Archie McGuire, Walter K? -chum,
Roland Noble, Arthur St,
PERHAM GETS CONTRACT.
Mnrshficld .Man Will Build Bridge nt
The Roseburg News says: "The
contract for the construction of Alex
ander's bridge was awarded to E. G.
Perham the contractor who recently
completed the Deer Creek bridge.
The bridge will bo of the Howe truss
variety, and will span the Unipqua,
connecting 'ho owners holdings in
West Roseburg with tho main land
on the east. The east side approach
will be stationed nt a point about
110 feet north of Kendall Brothers'
power plant. The bridge will bo
constructed of wood and iron, and
when completed will be ono of the
finest structures of its kind in South
ern Oregon. Mr. Perham states that
ho will commence work on tho same
within a fow days, the contract call
ing for its completion by May 1.
With the now bridgo opon for traffic
It appears evident that Alexander's
holdings will doublo in value."
In North Bend, Sunday school will
be held at the Lutheran church at 2
o'clock and Swedish services at 3
EPISCOPAL CHURCH i
i Rev. W. Horsfall, Archdeacon X
Archdeacon Horsfall will hold ser
vices In the Episcopal chinch, Sunday
morning and evening at the regular
Miss Maude Painter will sing a
few solos xt the Sunday services.
Monday night at 7:30, Miss Caro
line P. Scheflleld who has been sent
here to assist Archdeacon Horsfall
with t.ie work, will meet all tho
members of the Episcopal congregn-
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by 1 cal amilhntions, ns they 'iinnot reach
the rtUenheil portion of the ear. There is o ly
one wi to euie denficesi , and that is t con
stitutional remcri es. Deafne s is caused by
an inflamed co dltinofthe mucous lining of
the Kustaehla Tube. When this tube is in
flamed j oil have u rumbllnp found or imper
fei t hearing, and when it is entirely closed,
Deafnes is the rcMilt, and unless the Inflam-1
inatlon can be taken out and this tin e restored ,
toils normal condition, liearinc Mill be ile-
strosed force jninecascsout of to nrecaused
by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an IntUm
med condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of deafness (canned by catarrh) th-t can
not We cured Ii) Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bend
fur circulars, free.
r. J. t'UKNKY & CO. Toledo. O.
Sold bv Druculsts, 7.V.
Tate Hall's Family 11I1- for constiratlon.
.FOR GOOD GOODS
for little money
THE OWL FURNITURE STORE
Odd Fellows RIdg.
COOS BAY, ROSEBURG & EAST
ERN RAILROAD & NAVIGATION
TIME TABLE NO. .
In effect Nov. 1, '00 Daily e.cept Sun,
FOR GOOD PHOTOS
Broadway and Central Avenue.
Steam Beer. S1.20 FOR FIVE
GALLON KEG. $2.20 for 10
giilloukcg. P io" e your order to
COOS BAY EAGLE BREWING
PHONE 277 .MARSHFIELD
WILLEY & SCHR0EDER
Plumbing and Heating
Mnrshlleld, Ore., Phone 773
Popular Brands of Cigars
CLUB CIGAR STORE
Henry vll.e .
'Summit . . .
'Junction . .
Beaver Hill .
Norway . . .
Myrtle Point .
Summit . .
Junction . .
Beaver Hill .
Johnson's . ,
Myrtle Point .
Light, airv rooms for rent by
day, week or month.
Corner 'A' nnd Front streets,
Let us make YOUR OLD SUIT
look like new. Cleaned and press
ed it will be fine as ever.
The UNIQUE PANTATORIUM,
L. 1). FOOTE, proprietor,
is better prepared to serve you
than ever befcre.
Commercial Ave., bet. Front and
NOTICE TO PROP
Of Conl, Farm-tlmbercd Lands,
City Property-Bonds nnd Mort
gages, who want to borrow mon
ey on or sell quick?'
Will he 'pleased when doing
business with COOS BAY" REAL
TY SYNDICATE, 208 Front St.,
C. J. BRUSCHKE, Manager.
;i That Silver Tea Set
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According to a statement by the
German colonial secretary, tho vuluo
of the d'nmomUferous doposlts in
German Southwest Africa nmounts
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"Y Of Coos Bay Manufacturing
and X7 nnlcfll T-Tffcoc
- T .v;.vuviv AVfcUWU
The way to build n city is to stand together. Coos Bay factories and jobbing houses innko and
have for sale ninny things that Coos County people buy in Portl and and San Francisco. ICeep tho
money nt home. It helps prosperity.
Tho folliwhig Is a list of reliable and up-to-date establishing nts that nre worthy and deserve your
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
North Bend Iron Works
NORTH REND, Ore.
No matter how long you have suf
fered. Foley's Kidney Remedy will
help vou. Mrs. S. L. Dowen of Way
ne, W. Va., writes: "I was a suf
ferer from kidney disease, so that
nt timei I could not cet out of bd, I
and when I did I could not stand i
straight. I took Foley's Kidney j
Remedy, One dollar bottlo and part
of tho second cured mo entirely."
It will euro you. -RED CROSS
PHARMACY, (John Preuss, Prop )
AND GOING LOWER AT THE RATE OF 25 CENTS
PER DAY. HAVE YOU SEEN IT? DON'T FAIL TO
LOOK IN OUR WINDOW. SOMEONE IS GOING TO
GET A BARGAIN IN THIS GUARANTEED SILVER TEA
SERVICE. IT IS CHEAP NOW BUT WILL BE
CHEAPER. WATCH OUR WINDOW.
t fflrlfttnn Jftwp.lrvfn
Iron and bronze cast! ngs.
logging tools a specialty.
All kinds of repair work and
FOUNDERS and MACHINISTS.
TRUST SAYINGS BANK
Bldg., Opposite Chandler Hotel
! I Nelson Iron Works, (inc.) i
Manufacturers of Machinery and Supplies for Mills Mines, Railroads i
and Logging Companies. We are pioneers in the manufacturing and T
repairing of fins Knyiiios. Don't forget our Gas Engine Supplies.
1 Foundry and Machine Shop - IS birch field Ore, T
tThe Modern Company
CIGARS, PFES, ETC.
Machine, nnd Repair Shops
Stea'm aud Gas Engine Work
At Holland's boat shop, Front
street, Marshfield, Ore.
If you are a
Coos Bay Booster
you must drink
Coos Bay Beer
Phone 1271 for a dozen NORTH BEND, ORE
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