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THE DAILV COOS HAY TIMES. MAItSnKIEM), ORElI-iN, SATUHDAY, JUNE 22, 1007
(Ham Ulaxj Qftmwi
DAT AND ALSO WKEKLY I1V
Tub Coos 15 w Times Publishing Co.
FRED PASLI3Y, Editor.
REX LARGE, Business Manageh.
Tho policy of TIio Uoos Bay Times
'Till be Republican in politics, with the
independence of which Piesident Roose
velt is the leading exponent.
to becomo decayed and unfit for salo
In the great centers of the cast and
middle west. Now It Is a common
ANiNDnrE.DK.VTRnroB'"""nwsPArEnj occurrence to hear of our strawber-
e odlhiied eveiiv day r.xcKrTi.-a MON" i ries, cherries, and prunes, being dis
played for sale In the trait sta.is ot
New York City and Chicago.
And the modern equipments in
railroading are responsible for this.
Nowadays farm produce of this na
ture is transported in the most scien
tific and expensive refrigerator cars
that inventive genius is capable of
manufacturing, and it arrives at its
destination in nearly as excellent
condition as when llrst prepared, for
its long journey.
"Strawberries from Hood River
this season went to eastern consumers
what might be termed palace re
frigerator cars, every endeavor hav
ing been made on the part of the
railroads and express companies to
favor the shippers. These care are
equipped with every facility to pre
vent their contents from being dam
aged in the least and none of the
elegant pullmans which pass
through Salem ride so easy as they.
They are made especially for the Pa
cific coast traffic and have fully
proved their worth. They went
through on fast express time and
the fruit which they transported
was sold for top prices. Such is tho
progress made for carrying the
3iuall and perishable fruit of this
part of the American continent.
Kntercd at the-JKjjtpflleiS nt Mnrshfleld, Ore
gon, for traiiMttftMfin tlioitt;li the mulls as
icrum! clav ituiiljfah.i,tcr. V,
Single copy, daily,''''
Pnr month, daily,
Three months, daily,
Pix months, daily
One year, daily,
Weekly, per year ,
Addicss all eominunicatio'ns to
COOS DAY TIMES
SEND A DELEGATE.
THE TIMES is in receipt of a tele
gram from Mr. E. Hofer, presi
dent of the Willamette Development
League. That body will holds its
annual convention in Cottage Grove,
Oregon, on June 20. Mr. Hofer re
quests that tho commercial bodies on
Coos Bay send delegates to the con
vention. Practically every commer
cial body in the State of Oregon will
be represented at tho one day ses
sion, and Coos Bay should make an
equal showing with the rest. Gath-'
erlngs such as these are of vital im
portance to the upbuilding of tho
different communities in the State.
Men meet with a common purpose
and a spirit of co-operation is evoked
that will result in an incalculable
amount of future good to the differ
ent communities. There is, however,
a double reason why Coos Bay should
be represented at this convention.
The Cottage Grove Commercial Club
is making a hard campaign to secure
an extension of the proposed Coos
Bay-Roseburg eleciric line. It is
the desire to extend the line from
Roseburg via Cottage Grove to
Portland. Assuming that tho Rose-burg-Coos
Bay lino and the Portland
extension become a reality Coos Bay
will be benefited immeasurably. A
direct connection with Portland
COOS BAY POTATOES.
THE famous spud of Coos Bay may
soon be utilized In channels
where it will not only benefit the
farmer in a financial way, but glvo
added prestige to the Coos Bay coun
try. The latest use to which the po
tato has been put is in the making of
lead pencils. It is well known that
for some time there has been appre
hension regarding the decreasing sup
ply of cedar and other wood neces
sary In the manufacture of pencils.
It is also known that the cedar wood
used at present In this line is expen
sive and tho quality becoming lim
ited, consequently makers of this Im
portant piece of stationery in the
commercial and educational world
are seeking a new process by which
the pencils can be made without an
Increased expense. In this it is be
lleved the potato will play an Impor
tant part, as In Germany a composi
tion to take the place of cedar in
lead pencils has been discovered, the
main ingredient of which is potatoes,
i About two and a half years ago a
oninll finmnnnv wna fnrmpfl In Hint
ZJt VG nmi., e! country to perfect and exploit the in-
Southern Pacific now building in
Also at the coming convention tho
electric road from Roseburg to Coos
Bay will bo discussed. Governor
Chamberlain will bo in attendance
and will deliver an address on "Tho
Cause of Progress." Let us be repre
sented at the Cottage Grove conven
tion. Following is the program for
Call to order, President Hinds.
Address of welcome on behalf of
club, C. J. Howard.
Adrcss of welcome on behalf of
city, Mayor J. I. Jones.
Annual business and election of of
ficers. "Tho Public Land Policy of tho
Future," Congressman V. C. Ilaw
loy. "Tho Equities of Development." J.
U. Campbell, Oregon City.
"Oregon University and State De
velopment," Professor P. G. Young,
"Benefits of Water Transporta
tion," Colonel E. Hofer, Salem.
.Report of committees and conclu
sion of business.
"Cause of Progress," Governor
"The Battlo for an Open River,"
Hon. B. P. Jones, Independence.
"Tho Railroad Commision and tho
Industries of Oregon," T. J. Camp
bell, chairman railroad commission,
'The Electric Spirit of Roseburg I
and Coos Bay," Hon. Louis Barzoo,
Excellent musical numbers by an
orchfstra and a malo quartot aro
lUii rally interspersed,
Tho delegates and those attendlug
tli, nioitliiK aro invited to mako free
lis. of th rluurnoma as guests of tho
CV.unuvt ial Club.
JLU-STR.VTIVE of tho wonderful
K'notlts accruing toVn country
vlth tht coming of a railroud is tho
fin lowing article taken from tho Oro
gon Diilh Statesman. Coos Bay poo
ph . ill gather an idea of tho rosults
obtainable in a rich agricultural terri
tory such as that embraced In tho
C'oquille vnlloy and tho Coos Bay
It is Interesting to roviow tho pro
fi's made in tho transportation of
Broen fruit from tho Pacific coast
States to tho great ninrkots of tho
eastern sldo of tho western continent.
Not so very many years ago it scorned
an impossibility to oxport tho small
and easily porishnblo fruit from Ore
gon, California, and Washington ow
ing to tho long haul causing t,ho fruit
vention, which has finally been per
fected and the new. kind of pencils
are being producd in large quantities
preparatory to being placed on the
The United States consul In one of
tho German cities speaks of the new
pencil, in a report to this govern
ment, In the following terms:
"I have seen and used some of
these pencils, which, while slightly
heavier, are tho same In size, form
and appearance as those at present in
use, admit of sharpening a little more
easily and can be produced at a very
nominal figure. A permanent com
pany was founded In March at Berlin,
acting under patents in fourteen
countries, with a capital of $154,700,
of which $95,200 represents the cost
of tho patents, while $59,500 has
been retained for a working capital.
Of tho working capital, $19,040 will
be used In erecting a factory with six
presses and a daily output of 48,000
pencils. The cost of manufactur, all
expenses Included rent, light, power,
wages, composition, lead, selling
cost, etc. is estimated at $0.00928.
A second quality pencil will be made
whoso cost will be only $0.00595.
At tho estimated production of
4S;000 pencils a day, three hundred
working days a year, tho yearly pro
duction would bo 14,400,000 pencils.
According to recent statistics tho ox
port from Germany to foreign coun
tries equaled 15,100 tons, with tho
total number of pencils at 3,033,-200,000.
The Steamer I I
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B jf yr.r-Jif5iLy ayoqa j&feate 1
Sails for San Francisco Firday June 28
t F. S DOW Agent
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j FOR WOMEN
In the graceful lines and perfect finish of
"Julia Marlowe" shoes there's a peculiar charm
that appeals to women. These shoes are made of
specially elected hides, tanned by the latest proces-
ses and made into shoes by the best of skilled
Residence and Farming Property
A snap 40 acres on Catching Inlet ',4 miles f,v.
& city J 5 acres bottom land under dyke.
$ 40 acres on County Road 4 miles from city $J8
' per acre. ' f ',
.' For further partjicuEars ceil on
MAKSDEN'S COOS' BAY B
ROYAL SELECT 'GAMBRINUS BOTTLED BEER
,BottIed in Y
Qjuarts, Pints and One HalfPints.
Phone Orders promptly attanded to.
, Phone 481.
II , ,n im !
A Coos Day paper claims that tho
llrst milking machines in Coos county
were recently Installed on the bay.
You aro away off, neighbor. Prank
Schrooder, who has a dairy a few
miles above Coquille, lias had ono
about a year, and there are others.
Mr. Schroeder's cows are so pleased
with the arrangemont that they conio
up throe tlmos a day to bo milked,
and tho How is increasing at such an
extant that ho will soon be obliged to
Me barrols for milk buckots. Coos
Hay Is not in it. Coqulllo Sontinol.
Whon tho nay is bridged at North
Bond, nnd tho channel is so badly
shoaled as to provont tho passing of
vossols to that piaco and Marshfleld,
Empire City will come to tho front ns
tho grontost shipping port, outside
tho Columbia river, iu Oregon.
E workmen. I
I MARSHFIELD, ORE.
ARE YOU GOING TO PAINT?
If you are then order W. P. Fuller Cs.
PHOENIX BRAND PAINT
For Sale by the v v
Coos Bay Paint & Wall Paper Co.
is the best thing we have to
offer Other inducements are
of secondary importance Upon
this basis only do we solicit your
First National Bank of Coos Bay
JOHN S. COKtj, President C O. B. HINSDALE, Vice Prcs.
W.S. iUcFAKLAND, Cashier.
R. T. KAUFMAN, Asst. Cas.
California and Oregon Coast Steamship Company.
15. D.OLSON, Master. A
-, SAILING ftROAI L
COOS BAY to Portland Nand Return
GEO. D. GRAY a CO., General agents, L. Wy SHAW, Agent.
421 Market St.i San Francisco.
Marshfleld. Phone 441
ON EAST SHORE OF BAY
Level bench land, all cleared, for business blocks
Qentel sloping, Aldercovered land, forj residence
Also 550 acres Dairy Farm on Kentuck Inlet.
We guarantee better vork nt lower prices,
than can be had elsewhere. Do not order
monumental work until you liavo
Stewart & Mitchell
Corner 3d & D Sts.
j.-- Phone, Main 1731
OiTW .SAY rUTV I
WILSON & THOMAS
Contractors and Builders
Office fixtures n, specialty. Store Fronts", Counters,
Shelving. Lqt us work out your plans. ' See us be
Shop opposite Bear's Livery Stable, North Front Street
W ad. this Issue
Call at our office opposite Central Hotel,
Marshfleld, Ore. or call us up on phone.
Coos Bay Townsite Company
O. C. SETHER, Pres, and Qen. Manager
N. F. THRONE, Secretary
N SEE US FOR
Front Street Businesk Property
we nayebomething- That Will
Sengstackens Addition offers the
best Values for the money.
'Title Guarantee & Abstract Co.
Henry Sengstacken, Monagor