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TIIK DAILY COOS BAY T1MK8. MAItSHFIELD, OREGOX,
TUESDAY, MAY 28.
(Ernis Ifoij OJimjs
Flanagan & Bennett Bank
Capital Suhcrlbe1 VWm
Capital Paid Up SIO.UO0
Undivided Profits .000
Does a Reneral banltlnjr huslncs and draw
on the Hank ol California. San Krnnclco
Calif., First National Hank Portland Or., Firsl
National Rank, Roseburg, Or., Hanover Na
tional Hank, New York, N. M. Rothehlld &
Son, London, England.
Also sell change on nearly all the principal
cities of Europe.
Accounts kept subject to check, mte deposit
lock boxes for rent at 5 cents a month or
5. ft year.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
HE'S A STEADY OLD DOG NOW.
AN INHKPKNIIK.VT REPI" ' v "1nAPF.K
PDnLiHD'.l) KVKHV DAY ESCEITI.VO MON
DAY AND ALSO WREKLY BY
And courteous treatment are the undisputed right
of every depositor in this bank there are any
number of them willing to testify to these facts.
Can you not ntld your name to our list? Informa
tion cheerfully given by every oflicer and director
of the hank.
The Coos Bay Tisir.s Puijmsiuno Co.
FRED PASLEY, Editok.
REX LARGE, Business Managek.
First National Bank of Coos Bay
JOHNS. COKi:, President 0. 11. HINSDAI.i:, Vlce-l'mlrt,
The policy of The Coos Bay Times
will bo llepublican in politics, with the
independence of which President Roose
velt is tlio leading exponent.
W. S. McFAHLANP, CashU-r
uiiiiiiuiiiiiiuiHii ilMIII FMnMiJir.MTiillwnBeaWBatMIlLHe..umiiii' T irTIQlam,,
Entered nt the potoffice at Mnrslificld, Oic
gon, for trnnsmlloii through tho mails as
eccuiid class mull!niattcr.
Single copy, daily, - - R cents
Per month, daily, CO cents
Hirco months, daily, - - $1 23
Six months, daily - - ?2 50
Ono year, daily, - - - $5 00
Weekly, per year - - $1 00
Address all communications to
COOS HAY TIMES
Marshfield has entered Into the
"brick building era, and this presages
much, for it Is from the different
phases of construction work that the
growth and development of cities
js Indicated. The wrecking of the
framo building that now obstruct the
future site of the three-story brick
"building that Is to be constructed on
the corner of Broadway and First
streets will not bo regretted. They
have stood for many years a monu
ment to the days when Marshfield
and Coos Bay were in the making.
The replacing of them by brick build
ings marks a hugh stride forward,
the importance of which cannot be
reckoned too deeply. Brick and
stono buildings give to a city a sub
stantial, prosperous air not otherwise
attained. When the Flannigan and
Bennett pressed brick fronti three
story building replaces the present
frai-ie ones on Front and A streets
and the two-story brick building on
Broadway and C stects the city v. in
take on a metopolitan air that will
go far toward i:n. roojlr.i; vi:..-
Uncii Sam: "It's
no longer a oase of the tall wagging the dog thafa
Bartholomew In Minneapolis Journal.
T rnn furnish the following
Thoroughbred Eggs nt
$2.00 Per Setting
Rhode Island Reds
Barred Plymouth Rocks
JOHN W. FLANAGAN
Send in your orders Now
Eggs Shipped anywhere in the
In another column today The Ore
gonlan prints an article on the ef
forts of Coos Bay citizens to proven:
land-,rant magnates from dodging
the terms by which they and treir
predecessors obtained free la.'ds f-T-r
the Government and under which
"any ono person" la entitled to buy
tracts up tu 1G0 acres at ?2.50 an
acre. As in'; the ca3o of the railroad
land grants 'pf tre Oregon Central
(West Side) and the Oregon & Coli
fornia, trat was ono of tre stipula
tions exacted by Congress. It Is well
known that Congress would not have
put tho lands Into tno control either
of railroad or or the State of Oregon,
for transfer to the wagon road com
pany, without that limitation on the
power of sale.
The history of the Coos Bay wagon
road grant is a record of perfidy to
tlio Government and the peoplo from
first to last. The wagon road was
not properly built nor maintained,
nor with honest regard for the
pledges made by tho wagon-road
company, In obtaining tho lands. It
was constructed In a wretched man
ner, and for a largo part of the year
long lengths of thiivo been impas
sable, Tlio Coos Bay grant probably Is
marked by no wore infamy than the
wagon-road grants from lOugene, Al
buuy and The Dalles to tho eastern
line of tho State, or from Corvallis
to Yauulnn. Kach company built
and kept up u pretended road, simply
in order to grab the land bonus from
tlKjAuibllu domain. Ench of them
htm- blighted the regions that It
touched, by barring its lands from
All that Is spilled milk, however,
and no good wli conii o ' bowuiltni
it. But lu tho caso of tho Coos Bay
liraut there Is tho $2.50 an acre prico
limit, which should bo enforced
against the unsold land. Thoro tiro
lawors declaiming that It Is spilled,
too; buj thoy are paid to say It. A
Hwanu of thorn infested the Oregon
Senate last winter when the bills of
Soiuitor Malurkey and ItoprobPiita
tivo Clmse were presentod, designed
to the individuals the right to de
mand, hi i he name of the State of
Oregon, the sale of land nt $2.50 nn
acre It U no credit to the Senate
and Us nubile lands committee that
tho corporation powers, which smoth
ered so many good bills, while the
Senators looked on, mado away with
the Malarkoy and Cliaso bills also.
JU'sldenta of Coos Bay and those
of other Western Oregon districts
linvo a common cause In the lnnd
gratii matter. Tho Coog Bay land
Kraut is somewhat more complicated
bociiu-e having passed to the wagon
voad company through the State.
The raiiiv.ul grants passed directly
from t" National Govcrnmcut to tho
dy suFdh H il M!a
ON EAST SHORE OF BAY
Level bench land, all cleared, for business blocks
Gentel sloping, Aldercovered land, for residence
ReasoaaMe Prices Easy . Terms
Also 550 acres Dairy Farm on Kentuck Inlet.
. Free Lasmdfo from MorsMield
(fi'G NortA Bessd.
Call at our office opposite Central Hotel,
Marshfield, Ore. or call us up on phone.
oos Bay Townsite Company
O. C. SETF1ER, Pres, and Geri. Manager fij
N. F. THRONE, Secretary
Sank of Oregon
Gfouiial otnrlt fully uatfutu
MARSDEN'S COOS BAY BOTTLING WORKS
ROYAL SELECT GAMBI Bjgj
Quarts, Pints and One Half Pints.
Phone Orders promptly attended to. Phone 4fl,
M. F. PLANT
Sails for San Francisco Saturday, May 11
F. S DOW Asrent
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3 I artlf ffipu&' wnmt I MARSHFIELD, : : : OREGON H
Front Street Business Property
We Have Something That Will
Sengstackens Addition offers the
best Values for the money.
Title Guarantee & Abstract Coe,
Henry Sengstackcn, Manager
ECTjaHm-gsawasagmra-iiBgaKraaa M rg y
Are jm a man who ap- , ,n":ira-fou ca"roi
k hero expecting lo see ma
f ou are, you can come
suits to interest you in our
' i fT&" BT "H "Fli 53 tremendous and varied stock
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for Spring and Summer,
wiaim-reasoii prices I vm& tyie, quality
assortment is on a par -with
that shown by the leading clothing establishments
of New York City. If you haven't been in this
Spring to see the splendid values we offer in
RAIGHTEN UP THE
THAT HE HAD SEEN
THE SOUTH MARSH
'. FIELD BRIDGE .
you shouldn't delay coming an .ther day. You
can't find the equal of this celebrate 1 clothing
anywhere in town under a third more than we ask.
Of strictly high-grade, dependable materials, fault
less in cut and tailoring and up-to-the-minute in
advanced fashion, you can make a seLction of any
suit at $12 to $30 with every assurance of perma
nent satisfaction and that you got tho best value
obtainable at tho price you paid.
Your inspection is especially requested' of our
Spring Sack Suits at $15
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We ask s ou to judge these suits by the $18 and
$20 standards of other stores as far as the quality is -
concerned, and for style, workmanship and finish, with to-measure-made suits
costing $30 or mere. Do this and you will surely purchase one of these suits at
bio m newest patterned worsteds, cheviots and cassimeres in the fashionable
gray, blue and brownish tones. '
Smart Spring Suits for Boys, $2.50 to $12 "
Clothes mado of tested fabrics in handsnnm nnttnvno ct,.rti n,-i.l in
resist wear and hold their shapoliness permanently values that sell olsewhero
... v.w ,w Vx, aau in u grem assorniiont ot attractive models at $2.50 to $12.
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