Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on December 16, 1906 · Page 28
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- : -- ' Jill I I II 1 1 I I I IK (I lf III II 111 -BM 1 Open evenings until Christmas We are showing a magnificent line of holiday furniture novelties. Solid &Jk Cane Se&i-- Golden Finish A Splendid Chair for .05 dozens of P tl TP OS 6 S - TliEiLAST Here's a bargain in a chair that will set the whole town talking. Just the chair for a bedroom, dining room, hall, office, workroom or studio -a strong, serviceable, common- sense chair, good looking, comfortable and most excellently made. We have about 500 of them, and the rush will be great so if you delay you do so at your risk. In purchasing these chairs we ask that you, as a courtesy, look over our holiday lines. We do not insist upon it, but candidly admit that we offer this great special simply as an advertisement and to draw a crowd. The chair is exactly like the picture. We guarantee them to be just as represented. In addition we will continue the sale of chairs advertised last week, with the exception of the $1.95 rocker which, in spite of the rain, were entirely sold out Christmas Furniture . Hundreds of clever ideas things you've never seen before novelties some of them most extraVagant in their elegance, others most economical in their simplicity. LADIES' DESKS Mahogany, weathered or golden oak $6.50 to $45.00 MUSIC CABINETS Oak or mahogany, (a grand line) $11.00 to $45.00 SHAVING STANDS Golden oak, weathered or mahogany .. .. . . ...$7.50 to $35.00 TABOURETTES An endless variety all woods . . . . . .45c to $7.00 LADIES' WORK TABLES Weathered oak and Early English finishes all prices. UMBRELLA RACKS A splendid line. COSTUMERS Weathered or golden oak. . . .$1.35 to $23.00 HALL RACKS Golden or weathered oak all kinds ..$12.00 to $45.00 LADIES' DRESSING TABLES All woods to match any bedroom set. $11.25 to $50 Morris Chairs From $12.00 to $50.00. Rocking Chairs From $1.50 to $45.00. Library Tables From $5.00 to $45.00. Center Tables From $1.50 to $25.00. Parlors Suites From $25.00 to $150.00. Divans From $15.00 to $40.00. Parlor Chairs From $2.50 to $25.00. Couches From $5.00 to $65.00. Book Cases From $12.00 to $50.00. Pedestals From $3.50 to $15.00. Rattan Rockers From $4.50 to $15.00. Extension Tables From $7.50 to $65.00. Dining Chairs From $1.00, to $15.00. China Cabinets From $10.00 to $65.00. Sideboards From $25.00 to $100.00 Buffets From $25.00 to $75.00 Plate Racks From $2.55) to $7.50. PICTURES We show a most excellent stock of moderately priced framed pictures. This line has become a great specialty with us and hundreds of people purchase their, pictures here in preference to paying higher prices at exclusive picture stores. Nothing could be prettier than the gift of. a picture. Suppose you come in dnd see some. Jackson Furniture Co. $50.00 Worth of Furniture for $1.00 a Week 519-523 Twelfth St. oakiand 518-520 Eleventh St. SERVICES If I HE CHIMES Rev. Josiah Daniels of Pennsyl vania to Be Pastor ot Welsh Presbyterian. I The Welsh Presbyterian church. Fourteenth and Harrison streets, is to have a permanent pastor, after a Ions term of irregular supply. The Rev. Josiah Daniels of Ollphant, Pa.. has been called and has arrived and begins his pastorate next Sunday. Mr. Daniels comes fron a strong and large church, whera he has served successfully as pastor the last three years; he is a young man, gifted in both languages, and the outlook for the years to come is highly encouraging to the Welsh speaking people here, who are rapidly Increas-in in numbers. Their property is free from debt and the advent of this earnest and vigorous young man among them augurs well for the fu ture welfare- and spiritual growth of the church. , WELSH PRESBYTERIAN. Welsh Presbyterian Church Corner Fourtenth and Harrison street Services 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m. Sermons by the pastor, Rev. Josiah Daniels. UNITED PRESBYTERIAN. United Presbyterian Hanna Memorial church, corner Eighteenth and Castro streets. Rev. Paul Stewart, pastor. Morning subject, "They Went and Told Jesus." Evening sub ject, "The End of the World." All are invited. FIRST UNITARIAN. First Unitarian Church, Fourteenth and Castro; William M. Jones, minister Sunday school at 10, public worship at 11. Topic, "The True Religion and Jts Temples." UNITARIAN ALLIANCE. Mrs. Cruzan will give the sixth in the series of zig-zag Journeys before the Women's Alliance of the Uni tarian church next Monday at 2:30 o'clock with "Rambles in Hawaii Nei." ENGLISH LUTHERAN. St Paul's English Evangelical Lutheran Church, Thirty-second and Linden streets; S. B. Hustvedt, pas tor Sunday school, 10 a. m.; morn ing service, 11 a. m.; evening service, 7:30 p. m. Lecture on "The Mission in China" by Miss Ida Gro- seth. i GERMAN LUTHERAN. Zlon's German Evangelical Luther an, J. H. Thelss, pastor At 10:45 a. m., 'Blessed Is He, vhosoever bhaii Not be Offended in Me." Evening, 7:30 p. m. TENTH AVENUE BAPTIST. Tenth Avenue Baptist Church, H. L. Boardman, pastor; will speak at 11 a. m. on "Pilate in Present Day Life," with some pertinent applications to existing conditions locally. Rev. Ray Palmer, D. D., will preach at night. LATTER DAY SAINTS. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Magnolia and Sixteenth streets Sunday school. 10 a. m.; preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. J. M. Terry, pastor. FIRST METHODIST. First M. E. Church, E. R. Dille, D. D. The pastor will preach at 11 a. m., "The Unbidden Christ"; 7:30 p. m., "A Young Man's Religion." GRACE CHURCH. Grace M. E. Church, corner Thirty- fourth and Market streets, J. M. Barn-hart, pastor Morning sermon by Rev. Hiram Van Kirk, B. D. Phd., dean or the Berkeley Bible Seminary. Eve ning sermon by Rev. Dr. F. D. Bovard, editor California Christian Advocate. EIGHTH AVENUE M. E. Eighth Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, Leon L. Loofbourow, minister. 11 a. m., "The Shepherd's Resolve," a sermon for advents; 7:30 p. m., "The Dangers of Success'." SOUTH METHODIST. Southern Methodist Church, Thirty-fourth and Elm streets, one block east of Telegraph avenue; Rev. J. W. Horn, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Strangers especially invited. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL. " First Congregational Church, Twelfth and Clay streets; Rev. Charles R. Brown, pastor. 11 a. m., "Doctrine and Experience"; 7:30 p. m., "What Did Christ Say About Property." FOURTH CHURCH. Fourth Congregational Church; Rev. F. H. Maar, pastor. Morning, "Isaah's Prophecy"; evening, "The Days We Live In." EVANGELISTIC. Evangelist William Simpson will speak Sunday evening. at the pavilion on Broadway, one -half block south of the postoffice. His subject will be "The United States In Prophecy." Sunday morning at 9 o'clock he will administer the ordinance of baptism at the Piedmont baths. Sabbath (Saturday) at 11 a. m. Mr. Simpson will speak in the Market Street Congregational church, corner Eighteenth and Market streets. All are cordially invited to attend the services. THEOSOPHICAL. Theosophical lecture, corner Thirteenth and Jefferson streets, second floor, Sunday, December 16, at 8 p. m. Mrs. Talbot will speak on "How to Build Character." Lodge room open Tuesday and Wednesday evenings for questions or reading. WATCHERS' MEETING. "Watchers' meeting." George D. White will speak at 865 Broadway, upstairs. Sunday, at 3 p. m. Subject, "Distress of Nations With Perlexity." c-FIRST CHRISTIAN. First Christian church,' Rev. Thomas A. Bover. pastors-Morning, "The Great Invitation and What to Do with It;" evening. "The School of Christ." ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. St. Paul's' Episcopal church, corner of Fourteenth and. Harrison streets, the Rav AlA-ranrier Allen. rAtnr II a m uuiy vuiuuiuuiuu, tf.iat aw ut., ouauay school; 11 a. m., morning prayer and sermon; 5 p. IB., vespers; choir of men; short talk by the rector. ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH. St. Andrew's church. Rev. O. St John Scott, rector 7:45 a. m., holy communion; 9:45 a. m., Sunday school; 11 a. m., morning prayer and sermon, subject, "Purity;" 7:ao p. in., evensong ana i sermon, subject, 'Backsliding." A. E. Mc-Mullan, tenor, will sing the offertory. , FIRST BAPTIST. . First Baptist church, Homer J. Vos-burgh. minister 11 a. "The Shut Door;" 7:30 p. m.. "How Can W" Have Any Fun if We Do Not Dance or Go to the Theater?" a sermon la reply to a recent question. Twenty-third-avenue Baptist church, Robert Whltaker, minister Morning sermon, "The Leaven of the Pharisees and the Sadducees;" evening sermon. . "The Wickedness of Doing Nothing." . . , PRESBYTERIAN. First Presbyterian church; Fourteenth and Franklin streets. Rev. E. E. Baker, D. D.. nastor Morning. -The Discovery of the Child;" evening, "Light e Darfc The Oakland Bank of Savings Fl. E. Cor. Twelfth and Droadway WITH AMPLE RESOURCES AND CON. SCRVATIVE MANAGEMENT THIS BANK INVITES ACCOUNTS OF INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS AND CORPORATIONS. s KERRY ROGERS, PrttitfMt V. W. CARTHWJUTE, Maiugtr J. Y. ECCLEST0N, CasMtr and SMf SAkTL BRECK, Asst Cathler F. A. ALLARDT, AtaL Cashier JAKES A. THOMSON, Asst. Stc Capita! (Fuity paid) One Million Dollars Resources Seventeen Million Dollars UNION NATIONAL BANK Located on th. northwest Corn.r of Broadway and Twelfth Streeta. I Oakland. Cat "I" v....Presia.t GEO. BCKAMMSL Assistant CaabJar DIRECTORS. Edstn f. Adams Bush Flnnen C E. Palmer R. 8. Farrelly Thomas Prat her John C. Adams Exchange. Domestic anl foreign at current ; rates. Corresjiondents Chemical National Bank. New Yor; N. M. Rothehlld Bona, London; Rothchtld Freres, Pari.; Dl. Direction der Dfsconto Geaollschaft. Berlin; Bank of California. First National Bask, CroeW-Woolworth National Bank. California Bank Jdasonlo Temple Building; Corner Twelfth and Washington Struts Oakland. D. EDWARD COLLINS ........ President JOHN W. PHILLIPS Vice-President FRANK H. BROOK3 Caahlai GKO. S. LACKIE Assistant Cashier BOARD OF DIRECTORS. John W. Phillips J. S. Collins D. Edward Collins J. B. Richardaoa Benjamin Smith James P. Taylor William Rutherford Transacts a general banking business. Foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Correspondence solicited. Special attention paid to the execution ot trusts for Individuals, firms and corporations. CENTRAL BANK OF OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA J ' Guarantee Capital.. ....$1,000,000.00 Paid Up Capital S00.000.00 eurplua 500,000.00 TRANSACTS X GKXKBAX BANKING BUSINESS Does m savings business exclusively, paying the highest rata of interest consistent with conservative banking. Real Estate loana made en Mortgages only. Deeds of Trust not required. Eastern and S. F. Exchange and Certificates PeposiL EDSON F. ADAMS. PrasiJafft 8. B. McKEE. Vice-President GEO. 8. MEREDITH, Cashier F. C. MARTEN8. Asst. Cashier West side of Broadway, iear Twalfth Streak ! 40 Gallon Badger Chemical Engine for Factory and Hotel Use 3 Gallon Badger Chemical Fire Extinguisher ' Most perfect machine made for extinguishing fires; throws a stream 50 feet; approved ,for use by all Insurance organizations. Write for circulars. Badger Fire Extinguisher Company 145-153 Howard Street, San Francisco Northern Pacific Railway Yellowstone Park Line Secure your tlcketa via Portland and Northern Pacific Railway, the best route to Spokane. Butte, Helena. St. Paul. Winnipeg, Minneapolis, Duluth. Chicago and all points East. Travel on the famoua "North Coast Limited" Write for Information and literature to T. K. STATELER, General Asent, Nave of Ferry Building, San Francisco, CaL Do you goffer from Weakness, Varicocele, Hydrooele, Btrlcture, Spactflo Blood Poison, Bkia Diseases, or any. chronic or ctemlng-ly incurable trouble T Jf so, come to mi at once and ca thoroughly cured btfoio it Is too late. Consultation and examination la always tree; my fees are always reasonable and within the reaoh of everyone. J furnish all my own medicines without axtra charge to my patients; all letters strictly confidential. Refugees who are slok and have no money axe welcome to call and be treated free. I All Letter. Strictly CosBdentlal. eitu 10 to la a. in. 3 to 4 mm A 7 tm DR.WALCOTT CO. poclallata for. Mm 1212 M Streets 223 FORMERLY 321 KEARNY ST 8. F. Dr. T. D. Hall Specialist for Men 20 Years in OaKland Consultation free. Museum of Anatomy open daily free to men. Quickly and permanently cures all private diseases of men. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Stricture. Byphlllls, Sores, Swellings, Unnatural Discharges. Varicocele, eta, quickly cure a recent cases la a few days. Call or write. Dr. Hairs Medicinal Institute, 855 Broadway (upstairs), near Seventh street. Oakland, Cal. Cures guaranteed. Hours, 10 to 12, 2 to t and 7 to 9; Sundays, 10 a, m. to 12 m. V WABASH R. Pi. 00. Niagara Falls Short Line TOURIST SLEEPING CAR SERVICE Chicago to New York and New England Points - Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays. L. R. ROBINSON, General Agent. . TEMPORARY OFFICE FERRY BUILDING, FOOT OF MARKET. ST, . SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. rii r'4 N satves. no surgery. Mil ti no swindle; not a cent . -"' antil cured. A humane, . radical and - practically painless method. 1000 m guarantee against failure, no matter how bad the caae. Applied only by a regular M. D. of over twenty years' experience i In : this Specialty. CURATIVB CO.. 70 Tele-graph avo.t Blwtir Oaklind B709. x JAMES E. NOLAN, SIGN WRITER 561 15THST, OAKLAND 1589. f a a f my is the worst disease LI I 1 1 1 1 1 1 on earth, yet the eas III 1 1 1 1 1 1 lest to cure WHEN U la V W IS YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO. Many have pimples, sijots on the skin, sores In the mouth, ulcers, falling V,!v hAn. nalni tnrrh. and don't know It Is BLOOD POISOI. ena to dr. BROWN. SW5 Arch St. Philadelphia, 1 nonwv'a m)f)D CURB s ua per bottle; lasts one month. Sold by Owl Drug Company, Oakland ana ban Fran Cisco. .- r- POISON VOTE YET? TRIBUNE POPULAR ITY CONTEST. Dr. Wong Him, Herb Doctot KSSS.v 1268 O'FarrellSt. Fat her anil Mother Writ Letter Indorsing Treatment. SAN FRAN' CISCO. March 23, rm. TO WHOM 1 MAT CONCBHNl Our three-year, old daughter, hav. tea been ill foi om. time and being treated br the most promt. Dent phrslclana. were then Mcommended to Dr. Womr!, We atarud with hi. treatment and wuhin t months tlra. our daughter w"? cureS. ecUully. MR. AND MRS. H. C LIKB T757 HarrUon St. Ban Francl WEAK MIIV DR. HALLS REINVIO-ORATOR atops all lossea la 24 hours. Tou will feel an Improvement from the first dofe. ;We have so much confidence In our treatment that we could safely offer FIVE HUNDRED reward for any case we cannot cure. This secret remedy Enlarges , lm r. -I . o.ntnreness. Gleet. Strictures. Kidneys. Lost Manhooa. Drains in the Urine and all other terrible wasting effects of errors of youth or excess; $2 per bottler three oottles 5. Guaranteed to cure any curable case. Try It. Acts like magic. Call or aldress HALL'S MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 855 Broadway. Oakland. Cal. OfSce hours, 10 to H, 3 to B and 1 to 9; Sundays. 10 a. m. to 12 m. eu on OR. JORDAN or tm MUSEUM OF ANATOMY f FORMERLY lOSt MARKET STRCCT KkM or mnj caaincua ! positively cured br olAmt pecialitt an the CouL EaUbfaM' f i rcr forty rear. DISEASES OF OEM ConultSo h tmi tritOr print. TrwtnMat prtoiiy m fcy letr. A positive CUT m mtj ea ajcrtaukds, w.. t t I. PHILOSOPHY Or MARKIAuC, nc n niaabW book fr nn.) iDH JORDAN, f-3. F..CALI mm Dr. Thiele The GERMAN SPECIALIST Late of San Fran Cisco, has opens etftcee at -. : I - 921 Broadway, Oakland All private and chronio diseases o Both i saxaa auccessf ully treated anil curt guaranteed. IV mm.., VOTE FOR YOUR FRIENDS, TRIBUNE POPULARITY CONTEST

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