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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES. MARSHFIELD. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11,1907.
Coos Bay Times
AWENra iMFT r.mriUAN VEHsrArrn rrn-
1CIBnCDKEnY tTFM.NU EXCtlTLNa SlNDl, AM)
"Ere Coos Bay Timbs rum.isiu.va Co.
Tho policy of Tlio Coos B.iy Tunes
wi!l bo iicpublic.iu in politics, with the
ndejtendencoof which l'rcsidunt Koose
cc2tis the loading v.onciit.
Eatered tttthe potofllee nt Marshfield, Ore
tijau, for (rnml.Iau tlirougli the mulls in
KKnl ola's mill mailer
1 " f " " I I I 1-4 t t t
iiWith the Toast and Tea
DAI I A'.
One year $5 00
Six months $2.50
&iC8S than C months, per mouth .00
Oae year J1.50
Local reaaers. 10c per line.
If I can put some touches of
rosy sunsit Into the life of any
man or woman, then I fool that
I have wrought with God.
. George Macdonald.
Ajjuhhss All Communications to
COOS BAY DAILY TIMES
dSortlificld ... Oregon
JKKEJ' THE IIUIGIIT SIDE OUT.
Business men of Coos Hay will be
.-sia-vJjig their own interests as well
sw? tboso of the community by doing
r&beir best at all times to boost their
TJiere aro a great many ways of
't3ohg JL One of them is by talk
zfns Coos Bay, its advantages, what
it lias done under adveise circum
sstances, what It hopes to do, its in
dustries, its growth, to all strangers.
Another is by retraining from cotn
Kl2lnliij; about things that do not
ail, and checking that habit in och
U3 J?very statement of the "knock
i" .should be met with an antidote
I .something good about the place.
Although a policy ot never saying
ilhing about conditions that need
irrnmcxlving is not a good one, and
jai- iliat will lead to dlbaster, a clear
2lKiJDrtIon needs to be made between
suggesting something that will bet
ter tilings and just plain, unnecessary
We need to keep our faces toward
3lii; bright side of things, and make
Tiaiat side prominent to ourselves and
No one has any more right to
go about unhappy than he ha3
to go about 111 bred. $
is in heaven-
AJl's right with the world."
Browning in Pippa Passes.
The press dispatches these days
save crowded with unpleasant 'reali
gns murders, grafting, plotting, and
arriUsidc. Hardly has tho story of
rSaan .Francisco's municipal corrup
it.is.xn. .come to a temporal y end, and
bu Haywood trial has been bi ought
tta a Uose, when other and worse
aXorJes .iro to ho told. In Washlng-.-im-a
murder trial is In progress in
vWeli. says tho press dispatch, "tho
Oii'umony has been unfit for a child
buZhear." From San Francisco thcro
KJiis a second story exemplifying
syjum She awfulness of human pas
A.V2iat can tho country be coming
fin?" 3s the exclamation of any stud
zrzit of affairs. "Surely, the world
ij iar from growing better."
Jvnd yet, there Is the other side.
"Xlie upright people, tho person who
arwBpocts the rights and feelings of
.workers these are not tho subjects
ad newspaper comment. It is only
Tfitoc extraordinary that is "news,"
lanys tho Eugene Recorder. And so,
TsritfJw the nowspapers aro filled with
oazrsrs of crime and breach of trust,
xbv?y do not toll tho story of tho 999
c313zcns who aro just.
There is always this antidote for
fcSus ono who sees only evil In tho
Tiwjrld ns ho reads his ovonlng pa
per. Let him think of people whom
Sic Iciiowb in his prlvato life. Men
w'ho would suffer bankruptcy rather
CSmn defraud a creditor by any
means, however legal or custom
zxsyz women whoso lovo of homo Is
t&ie supromo tio. When ono thus
calls tho role ho sees how insignlfl
rui! Is tho proportion of evil.
A burned finger seems to bo
TiH-irer than all tho other seven nut
-ether, and it interferes to a de
Krce with their working, but really
It'jB jimt a small thing. Wrong and
n5ind exist and interfere with tho
parlect working of tho social body,
turn If ono will only seek the other
alUn, there Is much to encourage.
A GENTLE MAX.
He was as mild a man and kind
As in this world of ours you'd find,
So gentle he that In the night
Ho would not even strike a light;
When It was coll and chill about
He would not put the candle out;
So truthful he could not, he said,
To lie, even when he went to bed.
To hang a picture here or there
Was something he could never bear;
And oft tho beating of tho rain
He knew must give the window nano:
He said it always gave him some
Regret to have a week day come,
And as the seasons passed alone
He hoped they would become quite
Lest it become completely broke
Ho would not even crack a joke,
Or drive a nail, because, ho said
Twas better if tho nail wero led.
To shoe a horse he heard might give
It pain, and he so sensitive
No matter what was his excuse
Could never bear to shoo a goose.
To break the news he'd not agree,
No matter what the news might be,
Lest he should give it needless nain
Or could not make It whole again;
When from its high and lofty tower
He heard the town clock strike tho
He shut his ears, so creat his won.
To think 'twould hurt the hour so.
New York Times.
Every little listener raised an af
firmative hand save one a. chubby
girl, tho pride and Joy of the teach
"Why, Susie!" said tho teacher
In a pained tone. "I counted on you
so. Aren't you going to show your
self as true a Christian as your class
mates? Won't you try to b0 like
the Savior a3 tho others have prom
ised?" "Tears of disappointment and
mortification crowded to Susie's
"Dear Miss Kate," she almost sob
bed, "I should love to do what you
want, but I can't possibly bo like
the Savior this next week. I have
promised auntie to be like George
UK. J. AV. INGRAM
Physician and Surgeon.
Office over Scngstaken's Drug Stor
Phones Office 1C21; Residence 78
ALWAYS in the LEAD
Xmas is almost at hand so before you buy your
husband, brother, son or sweetheart let mc show
you something that will please either,
Come and see, whether you buy or not,
Here's n Suggestive Monument for
Talk about it
Write about It
Speak well of It
Help to Improve It
Good country tributary
Advertising In its papers
Honest competition in prices
Faith exhibited in good works
Fire all croakers, loafers and dead-
beats. Let your object be the welfare,
growth and promotion of your town
and its people. Speak well of the
public spirited men, and also be one
of them yourself. Be honest with
your fellow men.
Dr. A. L. Honscwortli,
Physician ami Surgeon.
Office over First National Bank.
Residence, two blocks north of
Crystal Theater. Offlco Phone
DR. GEORGE W. LESLIE
Graduate of Amcrlinu School of Osteopath,
Kirks; llle. Mo.
Onicc Hours' On. in. to4p m Other Hours b)
Appointment. Ofiko in .Vnsbiir;; Mock
THE GENTS FURNISHERS CORNER C ST. and BY.
jii.iiuji.im. Tirrrni laiimiimn
t. W. DENNETT,
Offlco over Flanagan & Bennett
Marshfleld, .... Oregoi
C. V. McKNIGIIT,
Attorney at Law.
Upstairs, Bennett & WaPor Blocl
Marshfleld, - - Oregoi
COKE & COKE,
Attorneys at Law.
Marshfleld, - Oregoi
Comfortable quarters Silver 25
The more some men In Marshfleld
want you to do for them tho harder
they shake your hand.
If you take all and give nothing
you are like a sponge and may as
well be a dead one.
The reason the world Is no better
Is because each man would becln the
reformation with his neighbor.
INDICATORS OP PROSPERITY
Nowsnaners aro tho iiulinnrnrs
of a town's prosperity. If tho
local newspaper is full of neat
display advertisements and io-
cal reading notices, the causal
visitor will reach the conclu-
sion that the town is wide
awake. Thus tho advertisers
fc will hell) the community as well
A. II. Eddy
Modern cottages a specialty. Office
opposite Blanco Hotel, Over Tele
MR. ALUKKT ABEL,
Contractor lor Teaming of all kindr
By J. P. O'REILLY,
Address Bov 210,
Advice is often written in tho sand,
and the rising tide eradicates It; but
experience Is graven on a rock and
the lesson Is not easily lost.
We've shortened up our words a few;
The scheme is far from "twaddle;"
Progressive young folks say skldoo
Our grandslres say "skeddadle."
Midas was so great a man that
everything he touched turned to gold.
It Is different with some Marshfleld
men; touch them with gold and
they will turn to everything.
There aro some men In Marshfleld
who spend too much time worvlncr
about how thoy aro KolnK to cet
their shirts on over their wings.
Thoy will probably oxperlenco more
trouble in getting their hats on over
A Marshfleld man In conversation
today remarked: "Woman does not
roqulro study to make herself per
fect. Sho is born that way." And
still ho Is a bachelor. His name fur
nished on application. Como early
girls, to avoid tho rush.
Received weekly at Gem Restau
rant, North Bend. Served any style
and open day and night. Also every
thing else tho market affords.
Stilletto Razors at Mllner's.
Steam Dye Works
Ladles' nnd Gents' Garments
Cleaned or Dyed
Philip Bpikir, Proprirfcr.
Wet Your Wlilstlo Then Blow
J. R. HERRON, Prop.
Pront Street, I : Marshfleld, Oregon
M. F. PLANT
riant sails from Marshfleld Saturday
No reservation will bo held after tho arrival of
ship unless ticket Is bought.
RS DOW Agent
MARSHFIELD, : : : : OREGON
WE MAKE GAS ENGINES AND BOATS
Speed Lannchct and Engine a Specialty
All Clanei of Boat and Enzine RcnairinE Promntlr Attended to
Snopi in the North Bend Woolen Milli North Bend, Oregon
H. R. BEVIER, Mechanical Engineer C. H. ALLGER, Boat Builder
Some of that fine lunilttuo
Don't forgot your friends
when the time conies but you
had Ik-ltd- put the order In
Wo make nil kinds of fl-tti'"-
in well ns 1 limit uu'.
We give any fluMi n5 wll
ns any style to Milt tho cus
tomer. See us about the goods you
We nil! build ihnt you
mint and mid you money i
North Bend, Oregon.
Electric and Pneumatic Carpet
Wo take up, clean, and lay cnriicts on tho same day. Our work
ing capacity Is 800 yards daily. Call up
Works on Broadway near depot.
Coos Bay Carpet Cleaning Works
Tho way to build up a town is to
bjilid it up. Those who sit around
and grumblo, novor yet built a rall
snaa, dug a canal, constructed a
Iwlilge or lightened tho heart of a
JMJdw pilgrim. Let everybody boost
Hir Coos Bay and incidentally for all
al tho Coqulllo valloy. Every day
vr3U Jiot bo foggy.
You havo mot tho man in business
who is willing to "give and take."
Jovvor notice how pollto ho is? Ho
llands you the "glvo" end, while ho
Is contented with the "take." Ho
is a full brother to tho ono who Is
always counselling you to "forgivo
and forgot." It's you "for-glvlng"
and ho "for-gottlng" that 3uits him.
-Treeh Olynipbi Oysters nnd
Crcocn Toko Pohit Ovsters. hardshell
ictasas, irosn uu, craos, guruiip, iinu " ".. iw ? . - "
aimoked wamoa tpUar.. h Empire Baylor until wo moot hero, ugaln,
Kteh Market, nor PloJoer Grooerr. noxt Sunday!"
It was a Washington Sunday
school. Tho sweet Klrl teacher had
boon tolling her class of brlght
faco youngsters nbout tho llfo of
Christ, and at tho conclusion of hor
recital alio told tho children that sho
wanted each ono to promlso to try
to llvo llko Christ for tho , ensuing
"How many of you." sho asked.
"will earnestly try to Hyo llko the
ARE WE GOING TO SELL
We are, and the very best makes at the lowest
And for hot water for the bath and .all other
purposes there is nothing as cheap and conven
ient as the Humphrey Gas water heater, Always
ready, We sell them,
We furnish both the gas meter and regulator.
The Coos Bay fias & Electric Co.
'Marshfield and North lend.
Two Changes This Week.
Monday and Thursday
Performances 7:30 and 9 p. m. Matinee Saturday 3:30.
Admission Ten Cents.
Portland & Coos Bay S. S. Line
Sails from Portland Wednesday at 8 p. m.
Sails from Coos Bay Satu days at Service of Tide. 1
Phone Main 34
C F. McCollum, Agt.
A. St. Dock
COOS BAY ACADEMY OF MUSIC
Students may graduate In Voice, Piano or Plpo Organ. Rapid and
thorough method for beginners. Classes In Harmony, Counterpoint, etc,
vocal sight reading and piano cnsemblo. Singers coached in oratorio,
opera, or contort work by the director.
ELMER A. TODD, 0'Connell Bldg., Marshfield
California and Oregon Coast Steamship Company.
B. W. OLSON, Master.
COOS BAY AND PORTLAND
cam e lit?. PJOW PORTLAND SATURDAYS, 8 P. M.
SAILS FROM COOS BAX TUESDAYS, AT SERVICE OF TIDE.
K IV Bfttimaartner. Act. iT-ar .c. j i
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