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THE DAlIrfcOOS BAY TIMES, MAKBIIFTKIiD, OREGON,
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companies to make a reduced rate, -lUs work was carried on quietly, and
Coos Bay Times ' ?s r tf K'SatS-A0. lX sms:
VUUJ "V " would suggest that each manfwoinan Cottage arove and Roseburg. While
AN INDKPE.VDEJCT ItErCD'
pnitLfJIIEII EVEBY DAY EXCEPTING
DAY AND ALSO WEEKLY HY
Tia Coos 15a V Times Ponnsitixo Co.
FIU5D PAFLEY, Emtoii.
REX LARGE, Bi'sixiss Manaoi:h.
The policy of The Coos Hay Times
will boJl-IuVk,nn in -politics, with the
lnirpen'lunre of wJiiolurrosiUiint noose-
Celt is tho le.idinRvxponeht. '
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cob, tir trniinniUni liirouKh tlie inatw an
njirtm-l lIhm in Ul.niRttcr.
Single copy, daily, - - 5 cents
Pp. month, daily, - CO centR
ritreo niont In, daily, - $125
Six months, daily - .- ?2 50
One year, daily, - - - $5 00
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COOS HAY TIMCS
CPOKANE Is having more than Its
ordinary sharo o trouble, accord
ing to tho Spokesman Keview of that
city. The complaint Is made that Its
gas and electricity is of an inferior
quality. Says tho Spokesman:
"Corporation Counsel h. II. Ham
blen Is preparing a now ordinance to
be Introduced by Councilman N. S.
I'ratt and to provide for a city In
spector of electric lights, gas, electric
wiring and gas Installation. Tho or
dinance will provide a penalty for Its
"Tho new ordinance is tho out
growth of a declaration made by
Councilman I'ratt recently that tho
quality of gas furnished consumers
In this city Is far below tho lcqulrcd
Htuudard and tho expressed belief that
tho same is true Of the electilc light.
Most of tho coiiucilmcn were agreed
that tho quality of gas furnished is
far inferior to what it should bo.
There uiih less complaint about the
electric lights, although tho belief
sounicd goneral that tho candle power
of tho aio lamps Is below requirements.
The result of such action would
and child on and around the penin- jn the latter city ho sounded the
"""-a-'ArKn ..,. . t m.nniir,tlnii liv wrltlne sentiment and found that the people
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with tnero were aimosi a uuu m men nm-
whom they aro acquainted In the ., . ... tcrrainus ls tho logical stra-
gctic point for the future road. Now
It remains for tho different com-
. It.-.,.,. t rtnnn nnlttittf In trnf t H.
do more for Coos Day than many doi- ,. , r,.ivo at n erfcct untler-
lars expended In advertising. Each landing.
person, however, must do his or her ., ,, ,, ,
sharo by writing a letter. In this ;,rAYOIt IjAXE'S VKTOE.
manner tho attention of people will TyrAYOU LANE of Pot Hand has vc
be focused on the bay who would not , 1V1 toed the franchise recently
FOUKTJI OF JULY.
rrODAY the races at Marshfleld. To
1 morrow the Glorious Fourth at
North nend. Everybody will go to
the sister city on tho peninsula and
do their share toward making the
day one long to be remembered. o
feel assured that the celebration will
be an unqualified success. The men
backing it have established a reputa
tion in tho past for doing things, and
that reputation has been ably sustained.
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be reached by any amount of ninga- passed by the city council granting 'gun) 7.,..,
zine advertising." It will, however, 'the Oregon and Washington Railroad Jlon., 8...
take united effort Yoit cannot de-'Cdmpany tho privilege of construct- Tuo3., 0.. .
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lay, believing mat ovecyoimy imil.ihb u. huhwj uuusi- im.- iwiuruu. j,ay Water,
yourself will write. "That kind of f Mayor Lane is opposed to the grant- juiy,
,.,WnBHnnHrm lifrts nrovC(l the down- . Inc of tho franchiEC because, white it Fri.. 5 9:42 G.4
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s, and equally so will It ronderjfalls to stipulate any right of acce33 'f' $', Wll
plan worthless. Write a -letter . or egress to tho tunnel. This lat- TUeq'.', o! ! ! ! !l3:0
to everybody who you can think of in tet omission of course renders the
,r, i.wom Rtntns TpII thorn of tho ' common user clause nun. Major
approaching cheap rate to Oregon;
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nlsn loll them about Coos Bay. It
requires no facile pen to paint the
glories of tho Coos Hay country. Tho
plnln unvarnished truth ls good
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IT Willi; HE IJL'Hr.
pOH several days past mysterious
pasteboard cards about two
inches wide and two feet In length
liavo been making their appearance
around Marshfleld and North Bend.
On tho cards are printed the words,
"It Will Bo Built." No ostentation
marked the Initial appearance of tho
cards; fow peoplo knew tho meaning
of tho Inscription on the long narrow
pasteboard when first they began to
make their appearance In store and
olllco windows. Inquiry developed
tho fact that tho words referred to
tho Coos-Douglas electric railroad.
Soon everybody came to know this
and gradually tho first feelings of
surprisO and curiosity died away Into
nonchnlcnt acceptance and the mys
terious card boards lost their glam
our. Now after what has doubtless ap
peared ot outsiders as weeks of inac
tion on tho part of Coos Bay people
regarding the olcctric road has cul
minated and Coos Bay can send tho
news broadcast that $50,000 lias boon
subscribed for tho proposed electric
link botween Douglas county and
Coos. That leaves a total with tho
Lane quite nnturally takes the po3i
tion that when the city of Portland
give3 awny n franchise its wording
should bo straight, clear, and to the
point, and not hidden In a variety of
A CAREFUL study of the lumber
and timber report of the Census
Department published elsewhere In
these columns will not be amiss. The
department has compiled some
highly Interesting figures dealing
with saw mills, logging camps,
values of timber and sawed logs and
the growth of tho industry. It is
pleasing to note that the figures com
piled by the department show that
since 1900 the most rapid growth of
tho logging Industry has been among
the Pacific Coast states. Nothing
could Illustrate more clearly the de
velopment of this section of the
OFFICIALS ABE SUMMONED.
Now York, July 2. Three Stand
ard Oil officials, Charles M. Pratt, L.
O. Barstow and William M. Hutchin
son, were served with subpoenas to
day to appear before Judge Landis
at Chicago July G.
ihero has novor been an offlciapBubscriptlons already secured of
Inspector or a systematic Inspection I about ?55,000. Tho way ls now
revi'AW'rgagT.T. t w.g.wrrrT5Tsgi
of gas and electric lights in tills city
Froquont complaint lias been mado to
tho city officials regarding gas and
electricity, but tho complaints could
not bo properly Investigated.
"Attorney Ilnmblon said yesterday
that tho now inspector would prob
nblj bo paid a salaiy. Ho will
charge a fco, however, for each tost
of gas or electricity and for Inspec
tion of installation, tho feo to bo In
proportion to tho number or installa
tions or tho number of tests.
"Tho inspector of oleotrlcal instal
lation will work undor the natlonnl
uicctrlcal code. Such an inspector Is
now working in tills city under tho
diiection of tho Stato Insuranco As
Bociation. Tho now inspector will bo
legalized by tho city. When tho mat
ter of a city inspector camo up last
winter tho Insuranco association
threatened to kcop Its inspector in
tho field, whether a city inspector
woro appointed or not. It Is said tho
inspector working for tho Insuranco
association Is Indorsed by tho Wash
ington Water Powor Company, and
that oloctricity is not turned o'n in a
now house until tho wiring lias boon
approved by tho inspector of tho ln
open for tho other cities in Coos
county to come forward and total
Up with the Coos Bay olcctric road
committees tho amounts which liavo
been subscribed toward tho pushing
of the project that will result in so
much good to southwestern Oregon.
Apparently action has been long
deferred by Coos Bay, but tho men
hero, realizing tho hughnoss of the
onterpriso, wished to proceed cau
tiously nnd with conservatism. L.
J. Simpson hn3 been out In tho in
terest of tho electric for several days.
Office opp. Gehtral Hotel
If you c!nrsce any fun in
MarshfielcL or op ground to the
shooting galleryon Front St.
Prizes offerca jor best shots
Open evarj' evenihg from
7 to 10
froni 2 to 5,
r ueev of Kink
SpeeiaPattfliitioh given to
children rjiitfrday after
Best of qrder always
D. L Avery,
5 room collage, lot 35x100, on corner,
cash. A bargain in Norlh Bend
Also 6 million feet ofmpagem Curry Counly
Front St. 3
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thof 3rd street.
These ave the two best bargains '
ever ofiered on Coos Bay
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i OPEN FOR
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in our new store room in tne oia venucn
Hotel Building-on-Ront street We have
the only exclusive Sporting Goods Store
in Coos County.
(Come in and
line of - - -
BASE BAL,E GOODS.
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We fcarrv onlv thebest maKes ana every
thing that leaves our store has a guarantee
of quality with it.
TIIR COI.ON'IST lt.VTi:S.
THE notion of tho North Ilcnd
Chanibor of Coniinorco In peti
tioning tho boat companies In l'ort
laiifl to meet tho colonist rato to lio
In effect from tho Eastern States to
Orojon lu tho fnll should, and no
doubt will, bo jointly recommended
by tho Mnrshllold Chamber of Com
inoico. tho action Is a far-slBhted
ono. and If tho boat companies com
ply with It Coos Day will bo doubly
lioiiofltcd. Whllo tho commercial
bodies on tho b.i) aro asking tho bout
ruffTiiiJimnPMHH i iim ii'iL-"ri'iwniwm-TWTW
Flanagan &. Bennett Bank
CHtl btilm rflnil fW.000
i p JUMHM
Inoss nml clnnvt
il'iml Or , Mrs)
1. KothchtM .t
Hrlyifll the principal
Id ufiwk, mfo ilrposn
en u I ii moutli or
iipimL. ruin t
Site ii iiiia PiV
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fiovf YoA;, N B
Hoe, n (en
tin Uui Bank
(')illl, l'lul N
AImi noil pit
fUk' ut huropc.
look !.. i'. for rent
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INTEREST PAID ON TINE DEPOSITS
1 T civil hhtAECik
Any hour in the day 1 1
at the , La Bon Vivant 1 1
lunchijoimter. Quiet, m
1 qeick, ; clekn and 1 1
1 niocrlpfipj Tihp sfrw lis
I is toSdxitafotir words M
1 Liifscli1 Service 1 1
I LA BON Ii
I VSVANT II
M North Front Street J
U Opposite City Hall M $
titxv.t m v.y.ixiittiixummtiunntimitxHtitiuiii
ave on dis-
ine reai mm Ma
inning room sets m
Dutchess point, Iri$h p
6 mches up
ity of seeing a stojjf ;$a5QQ displayed i
t and eteo9 sies
inches for dining
this Week VOW cjn hnr& t-h ,.
i r" " a a ma v v (Lii Birr a uniiii va'tr nn rra
notbing to see them,
This store be opm nights mnti
4th OF JULY
North Bend, Ore.
Office la Mjen Bldf ,