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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1910
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8 COOS BAY
will probably return In the near!
nt ure and make more definite ar
rangements for purhing work on the
Spring Styles Now Showing
The WOOLEN MILL STORE
Marshfield . Oregon
A. M. P.
h.m. I ft. h.m.
0:52 S.4 1:57
1:17 S.4 2:33
1:42 S.4 3:13
2:15 S.2 3:5S
2:43 S.O 4:46
Slay Move Hero A. S. Hammond
of Coqullle Is understood to be ne
gotiating for the sale of his abstract
business with a view of moving to
Marshfield or North Bend to practise
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Low water A. M. P.
Date. h.m. ft. h.m.
Tuesday. 26 7:36 0.2 7:22
Wed'd'y. 27 8:04 0.2 7:42
Thursday 2S S:37 0.3 8:06
Friday... 29 9:13 0.3 S:39
Saturday 30 9:59 0.5 9:34
'0n SAW Fourteen ncnu oi imiry
cos. Apply J E. Fitzgeraiu, nm
mciman Ranch, North Coos River.
IrOI! SALK $2.00 for Settings ol
ten full blood Bronze Turkey eggs.
S. C. Rogers, phone 3167.
FOB SAW Membership In .Macin
tosh Gun Club. Seo T. B. Stack
THE PLAYHOUSE of QUALITY
AN EXTRA GOOD HILL.
WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ
IfoKSALB Two l'1 complete, two
shirt waist boxes and dresser, etc.
Call at Oren house, phone 290 R.
TREACHERY OF Till
(By Associated Press.)
Oregon Fair tonight and Wed
nesday except rain near coast;
cooler In east.
For twenty-four hours end
ing at 4:43 p. m., April 25, by
Mrs. Mlngus, special govern-
ment metreological observer.
At 4:43 p. m -50
Wind, Southwest; c'.oudy.
Co to llandon W. B. Curtis, I.
Lando and a number of other mem
bers of the Marshfield Lodge of Odd
Fellows went to Bandon today to as
sist the lodge In dedicating their now
Council to .Meet The Marshfield city
council will meet this evening to take
up various matters. It is expected
that an application for a street car
franchise will be made by Major Kin
ney or the Rapid Transit company.
Buys Liberty. H. P. Campbell of
the Rapid Transit company announ
ced late yesterday that the company
had closed a deal for the purchase of
the steamer Liberty from Messrs.
McLain, Stratton and Smith, for $10,-000.
Star Returning. Dan Starr who
has been wintering some local hor
ses at Boise is expected here on the
Ramona Friday with three which will
be put on the local track. F. P. Nor
ton is now arranging the card for the
race meet to be pulled off at the
Fair grounds July 2, 3, 4 and 5.
THE COVRT JESTER.
IfOK SALE New Iionso lit cost. Jlar-
galn. J. Bothner, 975 South 7th.
IrOR REXT Nlco suit of newly
furnished rooms with Are place
suitable for two gentlemen, or man
and wife. Inquire corner Park
and Broadway, or phono 165 R.
llOlt SALE Farm of ICO ncres on
Joe Kay Slough. Inquire Joseph
Vay on farm.
irOK SALE Five head of work
horses and two sets of harness. In
quire of C. H. Walter, Expressman
Hone 1G1 R.
FOR SALE House nnd Ron
Boats. A. J. Alger.
IFOR REXT Houses $7, ' $10 and
'upvunls. Gunnery, Phono 34J.
WARMS .FOR SALE. Tracts from
five acres to fifteen hundred acres,
improved and unimproved. Prices
from $600 to ?25,000, according
to location and improvements. Al
so choice city property. Apply
(all & Hall, Marshfield.
MEN for CLEARING
BIGHT OF WAY. APPLY
AT RAPID TRANSIT OF
TICK, PLAT E, COOS BAY.
of the Cclebrliatcd
In the Latest
Shape Envelopes and
NEW PARIS COLORING
Baltique Blue, Orcid Lav
ander, Pink, Light Green,
Gray Blue, White, Etc.
These colorings match the
letest creations in dress
WATCH OUR WINDOWS.
Broadway & Central
Wasp In. The Steam Wasp ar
rived in from the south Monday to
load with lumber here.
.Meet Wednesday The Sisters of
Bethany will meet Wednesday after
noon at 2 o'clock with Miss Agnes
Hutchinson at her 'home on Pine st.
Resigns Position It Is stated that
Dr. C. C. Taggart has resigned as
physician and surgeon at Beaver Hill.
Whether ho will locate on the Bay or
move away is not stated.
Good Bear Dogs-. Charles HIcko
returned yesterday from an over Sun
day hunting trip' to Ten Mile during
which he bagged one big black bear
and three wild cats. He was accom
panied by W. H. Jones of Elkton,
whom Charlie says has two of the
best bear dogs that ever scented
b,ruin's track In Coos county. Hillls
Short and his dogs joined in the chnse
Eugene Men Leave Messrs. Kid
der, Ness and Svarverud of the Lane
County Asset company left ye3terday
for Eugene. They are pleased with
the prospects for the electric line and
f0R ItEXT Store in Coos Building. ,
fliW at Woolen Mill Sto:e.
lF0lt SALT? n...wi iae
launch fully equipped with 3 H.P.
Planus raotQr. An exceptional bar
fain. Coos Bay Oil & Supply Co.
The Coos Bay Oil and Supply
Company under the management of
J. W. Flanagan will continue to nan-
dlo the Union Oil Company's gaso
line, distillate, benzine and coal oil
at their oil house across the Bay to
which place they have moved their
office. Phono 302.
f0ll saiwci ..,
jvii,nj;a ui jiuru urvu
"hode Island Reds, $1.50 each.
L J. Simpson, North Bend, Ore.
Nt SAI,Pn... ,....7.,. .....,
. '"3 Jviiiuiiny. huuu
" $2.00 per load. Phone 227-J,
JPbeirs Woodyard, North Front
PAY RENT 1
TO YOURSELF B
A beautiful new bungalow 1
for sale. Easy terms. 1
tl,mt location In tho city. 1
Address P. o. Box 130. I
Coos Bay Ice
& Cold Storage
8 A. M. and 2 P,
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No matter how long you have suf
fered, Foley's Kidney Remedy will
help vou. Mrs. S. L. Bowen of Way
imrMliie. W. Vn writes: "I was it .-
kidney disease, so mat
uvru.w U1. ur, Qp t.om
u M Kvorvtiiins now time I could not set out of u--a,
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lViV.Vl ""?: 7-v 100 !.,., t fnnlf Folej's K:dne
-vou iu-fiisne.i nntiM Lie.) tii aiMii.
diil I could not
M u Jb. i Remedy. One dollar bottle and pan
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f tho second curea me """-"
is a Guarantee
in Quality and Flavor
Patronize the "Modern Dealer"
Modern CoiltctJontry Co., Mlrt., Portland, Oregon
Other personal and business
interests make It absolutely
necessary for me to dispose of
my Eastslde holdings.
Tho Eastside grocery and
The business is well estab
lished, enjoys a good patronage
and' is a paying Investment.
Post office Is located In store
and party with proper creden
tials could undoubtedly secure
appointment as resignation will
be tendered Immediately on
Do not delay as I wish to
make a quick turn and will of
fer the right inducement to the
VM. J. LaPALME
Fiftieth Anniversary of Augus
tana Synod Appropriate
The cpeclal fiftieth anniversary
services at tho Swedish Lutheran
church Sunday afternoon were largely
attended. A good portion of the
North Bond Lutheran church also
being In attendance, besides several
families from the country, especially
North Inlet. Addresses were deliver
ed In English and Swedish by the
pastor, in which was given the early
History and development of tho Au
gustana Synod (theSwedish Evangel
ical Lutheran church of America);,
with Its many colleges and academies,
orphan homes, hospitals, deaconess
institutes, homes for the aged, Im
migrant homes, Institutions having
sprung up in all parts of the country
as a result of translating a living
faith in terms of every day useful
ness. Fifty years ago April 24, 1SC0
the decision was reached at a ses
sion of the congregations assemblod
at Chicago, which virtually was the
begin?ilng of this church body which
in June of the same year in adjourn
ed meeting convened In tho Norwe
glen Lutheran church near Clinton
Wis. to effect the detailed work of tho
organization. The Reverend L. P.
Esbjaru, T. N. Hasselqulst, Jonas
Swenson, Erland Carlson and E. Nor
elius being tho mnln pillars In this
work of construction.
The special music for the occasion
by tho choir was well received and
greatly heightened the festive spirit
of this fiftieth anniversary jubilee
and Charlie's dog also gave a good
account of herself, but tho Jones
hounds are leaders of the kennels
and bluo ribbon winners as varmint
I rcrsonai Wotes
FRANK R1EBE left Monday for Co
"qulllo on business.
MRS. KATE McDONALD of Ten Mllo
Is a Marshfield shopper today.
MAJOR L. D. KINNEY .went to Co
qullle today on legal business.
MRS. L. M. NOBLE Is reported quite
sick nt their homo on Pine street.
R. F. CLUBINE returned yesterday
from a short visit at Myrtle Point.
W. N. EKBLAD went to Coqullle to
day being subpoenaed on the jury.
REV. FATHER KEVNEY of Bandon.
Is the guest of Rev. Father J. A.
TOM HALL has gone to Coqulllo to
attend court and will not return.
until the last of the week.
WM. WARD camo over from Cun
ningham to see his daughter, Mrs.
George Nay, who is critically 111.
MRS. E. S. BARGELT and Mrs. Ramp
accompanied by Mrs. J. W. Lenovo
are spending a week at Bandon.
COOS BAY STEAM
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to look pleasant
when his picture
is painted with
SayS Perer Painter'
Pattern's Sun-Proof Paint Is anbonest, prac
tical paint, guaranteed to contain no water or
other adulterant. It resists tbe action ot neat
and cold to a wonderful degree, and surpasses
any other paint made In durability, beauty and
Send for boob and color card (free) to
Patzon Paint Co., Lake Street, Milwaukee,
Pioneer Hdw. Co.
AVIns Trip. Miss- Genevieve Tel-
lefson has returned from Conullle.
In tho Sentinel's subscription con
test sho won a free trip to Los An
goles, tho other winners of tho trip
being Miss Minnlo Wilson of Coqullle
and Miss Carey of Bandon. Miss
Goldio Chllds of Coqulllo won a lot
and tho Coqullle high school a piano.
F. W. FEENEY and family will move
to Bandon soon, Mr. Feeney having
decided to locate there to practiso
TOM THORSON of Bay Park has
leased tho Ekblad ranch at Mlll
lngtbn and will start a dairy and
LON NOAH who recently disposed of
his barber shop here is in Roseburg
where he figures on getting a job
on tho Southern Pacific.
MRS. C. B. SELBY leaves today for
an extended visit with her mother
in Philadelphia. En routo sho will
visit at Oklahoma points.
E. S. BARGELT has returned from
Coqullle where he succeeded In
getting excused from jury duty be
causo of business affairs.
Mar:;- nt Social Tho social given
by tho ladles of St. Monica's church
at tho Redmon's hall last evening
was largely attended and proved most
enjoyable. A musical program was
followed by dancing, refreshments
being served late in tho evening. A
number from North Bend were in attendance.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Bids wll bo received at tho Farm
ers' and Merchants' Bank at Coqulllo,
Ore., until 10 a. m., May 15th, 1910,
for tho construction of a 2 story brick
building for tho Farmers' and Mer
chants' Bank and Messrs. Barker
and Richmond. Plans and specifi
cations for tho work may bo obtained
at tho offlco of Wm. S. Turpin, archi
tect, Marshfield, Ore., and nt tho
owners' places of business In Coqulllo
Read The Times' Want ads.
VICTOR ANDERSON of North Bend,
who Is constructing the brldgo
across South Slough, was In town
yesterday on business. About two
months work yet will be required
to complete tho work.
REV. FATHER D. P. CURLEY of
North Bond returned yesterday
from Gardiner whero he wont to
meet Rev. Father Lane of Albany,
who accompanied him to tho Bay
for a week's stay. Father Lauo
will deliver tho sermon hero next
Sunday morning and In North Bond
In tho evening. Ho will also visit
Bandon and other parishes In this
Miss Nettle Savage is prepared to
give lessons in all kinds of fancy
needlework Including Bermuda sag
gotlng Mount Molllck, Hardangor and
all kinds of embroidery. Call at 214
Alder Avonuo or phono 22 J.
FRESH CREAMERY RUTTER 50c
SQUARE. Coos Bay Ice & Cold
Storage Co. Phono 73 J.
Eat Raisin Bread
STEAMER M. F. PLANT
Sails for San Francisco Fridays jj
FREIGHT RECEIVER UP TO THURSDAY NIGHT AT
F. S. DOW, Agt.
3 Sails every Tuesday for here
ad will fill your
It will cure you. &" v
PHARMACY, (John Preuss, Prop)
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