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THE DAIL1 COOS BAY TIMES, MAnSIIFIELD, OREGON,
SUNDAY, JUXE 0, 1007.
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DAY AND ALSO WEEKLY BY
The Coos Bay Times Punusiuxo Co.
FRED PASLI5Y, Editoii.
REX LARGE, Business Manage.
Tho policy of Tlio Coos Bay Times
will bo Republican in politics, with the
independence of which President Roose
volt is the leading exponent.
Entered nt the potollice at MnrMitlcM. Ore
gon, for transmission through the mall!, as
second class mnil'mnttrr.
Single copy, daily, 5 cents
For month, daily, 50 cents
Three months, daily, - - $ 1 23
Six months, daily - - f 2 50
One year, daily, - - $5 00
Weekly, per year - - 11 00
Rev. W. R. F. Browne, pastor.
10 A. M. Sunday school.
11 A. M. Sermon, subject, "The
Salt of. the Earth."
7 P. M. Epworth League, Topic,
"Christian Education." Leader, Mrs.
J. F. Farley.
8 P. M". Sermon, subject, "The
Angel Blocking the Way." A cor
dial welcome will be given by pas
tor and people, to all attending the
services of this church. Special mu
sic at both services.
Address all communications to
COOS BAY TIMES
There are two bodies on Coos Bay
organized for tlio purpose of ad
vancing the welfare of the Bay and
placing its resources before the peo
ple. It has been found by travelers
out of Coos Bay into the Eastern
States that while the Bay Is well
known, there Is hardly any knowl
edge of the different cities on the
peninsula. In expending the money
which has been raised for advertis
ing the resources of Coos Bay it Is
of course the intention to conserve it
as much as possible consistent with
obtaining results. If the North
Bend Chamber of Commerce and the
Marshfleld Chamber of Commerce
would agree upon some systematic
plan for the advertising, especially
in magazines, of Coos Bay, half tho
money now spent would be saved.
For example, North Bend and Marsh
fleld have an advertisement in the Pa
cific Monthly. The object of that ad
vertisement is to bring people to tho
Bay. The peculiar relative position
which these two cities hold to one
another gives each tho benefit of the
If a party comes here as the re
sult of Marshfield's publicity work
he will inspect the entire peninsula
before settling, and vice versa. In
short, It is a waste of money for
Coos Bay to place two advertisements
in one magazlno. There does not
necessarily need be a division of the
different advertising funds. The two
bodies can arrive at an agreement
regarding which magazines to adver
tise in. By that method needless
repetition in one magazine will be
saved and the several thousand dol
lars raised for publicity work will be
conserved that much longer.
FIRST PREBVTERIAX CHURCH.
10 A. M. The Sunday school con
venes for Bible study.
11 A. M. Special service in ob
servance of Children's Day.
Further announcements will be
found elsewhere in this issue.
4 P. M. A special meeting for
mothers. All mothers with little
children are Invited to this service,
irrespective of denomination. Bring
the children with you.
7 P. M. The Young People's ser
vice, conducted by Mr. Clemmer
Piatt. Topic: "How to help those
younger than we are." Matt 18:1-6.
8 P. M. Evening service, with
preaching by the pastor. Subject:
"Is tho Coung Man Safe?"
The young men of Marshfleld and
vicinity are especially Invited to at
tend the evening service, which is de
signed to be of particular Interest
and helpfulness to them. The pub
lic always wlecome.
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I The Steamer
M. R PLANT
I Sails for San Francisco Tuesday June 4 I
F. S' DOW Agent 1
I MARSHFIELD, : : : OREGON 1
I OREGON'S FUTURE.
It is impossible to live in Oregon
those days and bo a pessimist. On
every hand are those evidences of
progress, development and prosper
ity, that point only to one thing,
Bmpiro building. Coos Bay, while
enjoying an unpresedonted era of ad
vancement in every lino, Is but one
of hundreds of other communities
throughout tho state. Oregon is
omorginjj from the state of tranquil
contentment, in which for so many
years sho slumbered, and with tho
apparent determination to outrank
allof tho coast states, is striding for
ward with increasing rapidity each
day. Every town, hamlet and vil
lage from the Columbia to tho Cali
fornia line appeal a to have caught
tho spirit and tho air seems to verit
ably cracklo with vim and energy.
Pick up any of the nowspapors, from
tho weokly to tho dally, throughout
tho state and you can flud specific
illustrations of tho "new Oregon
spirit." Electric lines aro being
tnlkod of fiom Coos on tho west to
Baker on tho oast. Thousands of
acres of land aro being leclalmed;
acres that heretofore havo been val
ueless becauso of non-Irrigation.
Big timber deals aro nn evory day
occurrence, and saw mills and lum
bQi'i mills aro springing up as if by '
magic. Transcontinental mllroadsi
aro coming in. Railroads that havo '
already built uio making extonslvo i
improvomenhto moot tho demands'
of hoavler frolght and passongor
trnfllc. Settlors nio coming to Oio-I
gon in such numbors as was not
dreamed of by tho most sangulno
ovoii two years ago, Citizons aro
praising suit to havo tho back of the
Land Trust broken nnd thus throw i
open thousands of acres of rich agrl-1
cultural soil. Thoro will be wonder- j
iul happenings In Oregon in tho noxt
fow years. On lior magnlflcont fu-1
turo the sun is Just arising nnd not I
tho moit lnunltoslmnl cloud ob-l
struct tlio radiating glory of Us
PROGRAM OF CHILDREN'S DAY
at Baptist Church, Sunday, June 9:
1. Chorus by school.
2. Prayer by Deacon Pratt.
3. Chorus by school.
4. Suppositions, George Pratt,
5. Duet, Misses Lottio Longstaff
and Bessie Ayre.
G. Recitation, "Juanita Ellerby."
7. Class exercise, "Lend the
8. Recitation, Maude Stutsman.
9. Song by 12 little girls.
10. Recitation, Miss Ula Wilson.
11. Flag Drill.
12. Song, Helen Gulison.
13. Recitation, Miss Bronte Jen
nings. 14. Brief History of Children's
Day, Rev. D. W. Thurston.
15. Emblematic Piece, "Christ the
notice to stockholders of
the McClelland invest
ment AND DEVELOPMENT
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of The McClelland Invest
ment and Development Co. will be
held in the office of J. M. Blake in
The Times Building, Marshfleld, Coos
County, Oregon, on Wednesday the
10th day of July, A. D. 19 07, at 2
o'clock p. ra for the election of Di
rectors and for the transaction of
such other business as may be
brought before said meeting.
Dated at Marshfleld, Oregon, tho
7th day of June, A. D. 1907.
ALVA DOLL, Secretary.
Tho Bteamor Alllanco will lonvo
Marshfleld this aftornoou nt 1
is In our city cleaning up the stove
pipe flues and chimneys. Every one
ought to have their work done by
this man, ns he knows how to do tho
work. He makes no muss in your
residonco or place of business. One
flue, $1.00; moro than one, 75c.
Don't fall to havo your chimneys
cleaned now, ns ho only comes hero
every two years. Kindly leave your
order at Blanco Cigar Store, at once,
Open afternoon and overl
ings, 2 to 5 and 7 to 10,
week days only.
25 conts for use- of Rink
15 cents for those using
thoir own skates.
10 conts admission to
Special attention given to
beginners every after
noon. Best of order always main
D. L Avery,
New Yoik Counts
Canape au Caviar
Bouillon en Tnsso Mock Turtle
Bi oiled Shad. Roe Fauco
Cucumber Pickles Radis'lics Young Onions
Boiled Chicken. Sauce Supieme
Tender Loin of Beef a hi Macedoino
Corn on Cob Garden Peas
La Bon Vivant Punch, Vanilla Wafeis
Prime Ribs of Beef au Jus
Young Turkey Crnnbeiry Jelly
Mashed or New Potatoes in Cream
Asparagus with Drawn Butter
Fiench Diess-ed Lettuce with Egg
Empire Ciab Salad
Apple Pie Strawberry Pie
Tapioca Pudding, Custaul Sauce
Neapolitan Ice Cream Assorted Cakes
Fiuits in Season, Mixed Nuts and Raisins
Roquefort Edam Cameinbeit Cheeso
Toasted Water Crackeis
Wines Furnished on Request
Rare Selections Rendered by ----- 5:30 P.M.
the Coos Bay Orchestra - - - L. P. Wyalt, Prop'r.
California and Oregon Coast Steamship Company.
B. D. OLSON, Master.
COOS BAY to Portland and Return
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Every man knows the advantage of neatly pressed
clothes. We do the best work of this character in
Marshfield and at reasonable prices. Will call for
and deliver all work.
Over Walker's Art Store
GEO. D. GRAY a CO., General agents,
421 Market St.. San Francisco.
L. W. SHAW, Agent,
Marshfield. Phono 441
WILSON & THOMAS
Contractors and Builders
Oflice fixtures a specialty. Store Fronts, Counters,
Shelving. Let us work out your plans. See us be
Shop opposite Bear's Livery Stable, North Front Street
MARSDEN'S COOS BAY BOTTLING WORKS
ROYAL SELECT GAMBRINUS BOTTLED BEER
Quarts, Pints and One Half Pints.
Phone Orders promptly attended to.
Coos Bay Real Estate
Residence and Farming Property
A snap 40 acres on Catching Inlet 4 miles from
city 15 acres bottom land under dyke.
40 acres on County Road 4 miles from city $18
For further particulars call on
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF COOS BAY
It is the policy of this bank to confine its busi
ness to this immediate vicinitj'. In following this
course the bank not only inhances its own stability
but promotes the highest interests of the commun
ity. We limit our investments to securities of the
most substantial kind; such securities as are easily
converted into cash and free from speculative in
fluences. We issue drafts payable in all the im
portant cities and towns in Europe.
JOHN S. COKti, President O. B. HINSDALE, Vice Prcs.
W.S. McFAKLAND, Cashier. R. T. KAUFMAN, Asst. Cas.
SEE US FOR
Front Street Business Property
We Have Something- That Will
Sengstackens Addition offers the
best Values for the money.
Title Guarantee & Abstract Co.,
Henry Sengstacken, Manager
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We guarnnteo better work at lower prices,
than can be had elsewhere. Do not order
monumental work until you havo
Stewart & Mitchell
Corner 3d & D Sts.
Phone, Main 1731
Level bench land, all cleared, for business blocks
Gentel sloping, Aldercovered land, for residence
Reasonable Prices Easy Terms
Also 550 acres Dairy Farm on Kentuck Inlet.
Free Launch from Marshfield
and North Bend.
Call at our office opposite Central Hotel,
Marshfield, Ore. or call us upnvphone.
Coos Bay Townsite Company
O. C. SETHER, Pres, and Gen. Manager
n. r. niKuntj, secretary
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