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COOS BAY TIMES
An Independent Republican news
paper published every evening except
Sunday, and Weekly by
The Coos Bay Times Publishing Co.
Entered at tho postofllie at Marsh
fleld, Oregon, for transmission
through tho mails as second class
M. C. MALONEY. . .editor nnd Pnb.
DAN E. MALONEY. . . .News Editor
One year 5.00
Six months ?2.50
Less than C months per month. .50
One Year ?l-"0
The polio of the Coos Hay Tl iu-s
will b Republican In politics, with
tho independence of which Fresllunt
Roosevelt is the leading exponent
Address All Communications to
COOS HAY DAILY TIMES
We are In hope that people will
notice that every ls3iie of The Coos
Bay Times is a booster issue. We
wish to invite all the people to en
list in the great booster campaign of
the season, of all the season. South
western Oregonians are all boosters
all tho time. The true Coos Daylte
is lie wno nns me buubiuuu ui - (
glorious climate In his heart, with
the fragrance of the flowers and the
song of the birds.
But this is to be a special effort.
Let us all joint hands and "make a
long pull, a strong pull, a pull alto
gether," as they say at sea, and set
things moving all along all lines. The
one question Is how to boost Just
One Boost all together. Take up
all the good things in sight as one
man and give them a good word,
which all can do and, as many as
are able, give them all a helping
hand. If wo all boost as with one
mind, one heart and one hand, what
a imighty force there will be and
what an Impetus it will give to every
Two Let us not stop to squabble
as to where we shall begin. Con
tention is not boosting; being
"stuck" on your own opinion Is not
boosting. Tho booster forgets him
self, his selfish Interests, his own pet
notions. He loses himself In the
crowd and goes with the crowd, do
ing what the crowd is doing. If you
go in the opposite direction you go
slowly and retard the procession. In
a tug of war, members of the team
have no will of their own, no thought
of their own. No man can pull any
but one way If he is loyal to his fel
lows in tho team. With all tho
muscles of their body and all its
weight they just strain at the rope
and make things give way. A crew
1n a boat raco does the same. The
oars rlso and fall In unison and che
water flies in white foam around the
prow. No man thinks of himself.
Three Boosting is constructive.
Tearing down is knocking. It counts
lor nothing. Wo are not engaged
bore in removing debris, in demolish
ing something out of date. Ours Is
an old community but surrounded
with new conditions and ours In a
mow ago. Tho old things have all
gone from sight. We are builders.
Tho material Is hero, tho reason for
doing Is here. The reward of work
well done Is sure. Tho mnn who is
now crying out for a destructive
cnmpalgn of nny kind is a back num
. bor. Ho Is knocker. Ho Is in tho
way of boosters. Ho belongs back
In Qnst century and should move to
Home. Destruction belongs to times
of depression. Ho Is too slow, too
fastidious, to bo a good worker who
wants to stop and wipe tho dust off
tf tho bricks. Tho good workman
lays brick. Ho slaps on tho mortar
and puts the brick in placo. A little
dust Is nothing.
jFour Boosting roqulres henrtl-
rnesB of action on tho part of all.
'Cheer up, Mary, and nil tho rest of
you! Do not look down. Look up.
"iSoo tho bright sldo of things. Be
optimistic to the last degree. Re
member you are on Coos Bay, tho
land of heart's deslro for all tho
-world, tho land of groat resources
sind great opportunities. Do not lot
zn doubt or a misgiving tnko nway
Xtx< your onorgy. Reflect on tho
years of steady growth and great
progress which has been tho rule
liero cvory day. Now Is as full of
promise as any time in tho past. As
you put your shoulder to tho big
vwheols which aro to roll us farther
ailong tho road of achievement, put
your wholo force Into tho effort. Tho
path is clear boforo us nnd tho goal
Is certain, at Its ond success.
Five Tho boostor nlways has
friends. "Laugh and tho world
'laughs with you." Boost nnd tho
world boosts with you Do not bo
foment to uouai yuurouu, tsnu uu.
THE DAIUY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD,
X WITH THE J
X TOAST AND TEA X
GOOD EVENING. V
H Dare to be true; nothing can
ii need a lie;
X The fault that needs it most
i' grows to thereby.
X GEORGE HERBERT.
This Is the picnic time,
When merry parties of children,
Making a most unearthly racket,
Climb aboard tho launches
And hie them to the beach or river
Where they fall into the water,
Bruise their little persons,
Smear jam on their faces,
Tako cbuntless risky tumbles,
And keep their mothers on tho jump.
Woe to him of male persuasion
Who has the nerve to go along.
The part he plays Is awful,
Tugging about the baskets,
Being a sort of Handy Andy,
A good thing and a willing worker,
While he mops his face and wishes
He were miles and miles away ,
From that particular spot
Resting by his lonesome.
Ants infest the luncheon, .
Flies blithely walk through the
Which Is soft enough to swim In;
Sand gets In the sandwiches,
Somobody spills a pie;
Comes a drenching shower;
Then more sun, hotter than ever;
Fifty-six hats are lost,
'Steen dozen babies cry.
Do you call that pleasure?
Tommyrot and fiddlesticks.
Give me a snow-white table
Beneath a buzzing fan,
The spoons and knives and forks in
A frisky bill of fare
And a nimble waiter
Who is out to earn his money.
Let others pine for scenes bucolic
I'll picnic In town.
By covering up their tracks some
Coos Bay men get credit for walking
In tho straight and narrow path.
"Kissing." remarked the MIlHco
ma Cynic, "is not always what It is
smacked up to be."
Man as far as his opinions and
emotions go Is the noblest work of
It seems easier for some Coos Bay
every friend you have. Tell him
what Is on foot. All Oregon Is boost
ing. Tho man who stays out will
bo left lonely by the wayside while
the procession moves on. Do not
let your friends get left. Do not
lose them among tho "dead" ones
who refuse to boost.
Six The true booster Is the man
who works for tho great communal
Interests and does not waste all his
time in his own small Interests.
Thousands have been made hero In
tho past because of the general pro
gress of tho whole community. Lift
things to a higher plane and we shall
go up with the rest. The man who
Is boosting all Coos Bay and the
Coqulllo Valley has allCoos Bay
boosting him. We all share tho
benefit of every foot of advance tho
Seven Boost all the time,; Steady
effort Is what counts. Do not boost
one minute and knock tho nexty Do
not lay bricks In the wall to'p an
hour and then like a child pull them
out. It Is by constructing all tho
tlmo that tho building is complotod.
By rowing In ono way tho homo
stake Is gained. Tho steady booster
wastes no effort. Tho spasmodic
booster, who knocks when things do
not go as ho thinks best, undoes his
own work. Consistency Is a jewel
and never moro so than In a boosting
To close, the time Is fully ripe for
a boosting campaign nnd we havo
tho people hero to do the work. All
wo have to do Is what most of us
aro always doing. All wo need Is to
do so a little moro so and enlist tho
kickers. Thore has beon a Httlo
resting spoil. Wo havo all taken
breath and a rest. Let us put all
our accumulated energy Into tho of
fort of tho dny and nil things will
got an Impetus that will carry thorn
along to success smoothly nnd with
expedition. If this boosting is done
earnestly and wisely, as Is usually
tho case on Coos Bay wo shall havo
seen horo tho last gnsp of depression
for years to como.
All shouldors to tho wheels of tho
car of progress! Throo cheers and a
tlgor for Coos Bay nnd tho Coqulllo
Valley that Is tho laud of tho build
ers, of tho doors, where construction
Is perennial and destruction unknown!
men to go to tho devil for a woman
than to go work for her.
Tho MIlHcoma Bachelor says It is
easy to please a woman after finding
out what she wants but tnere s tno
Some Coos Bay men do not need
to swear at a woman In order to ex-
press their opinion of them; they
can shut the front door behind them
In the morning so that It sounds just
like a "damn!"
We aro selling STEEL RANGES
AT COST for the next 30 days.
PIONEER HARDWARE CO.
YOU win every time
you get into a pair
of Selz Royal Blue shoes ;
they're made to succeed
and they do it every time.
They satisfy the man
who wears them; they're
guaranteed to do it; fit,
style, service, all as good
as you can get.
They'll cost you $3.50,
$4, $5 here and any pair
you get will be worth more
than it costs.
Let us show you
' your size any day
We are the
Woolen Mill Store
MILL TO MAN CLOTHIERS
t Masters and McLain
General Contractor's Building
Beaver Hill Coal
Office:Bro?d.way & Queen S
Phones 2M1 - 826
Eighteen year's experience has
taught us a motto "Take
our time and do our work
l. j. tost
Contractor and Builder.
Prices cpnslstent with best work
PARKSIDE POULTRY RANCH
JOHN W. KING, Prop.
Eggs from thoroughbred Buff
Orpington chickens for sale
$1.50 tp $5.00 for setting of 15.
Aro you looking for a placo to get
your clothes tended to?
Opposite Halnps Music Store
on 'C Street.
P. F. BRYAN, Prop.
rr per ton in ton lots,
UU where It can be
shoveled from the wagon to
coal bins. Phone 721
Pacific Livery & Transfer Co
MARSDEN'S LIQUOR HOUSE
Orders Delivered Free.
MONDAY, JtlLY 27,
In bank lies, first, In the ability and experience of Its offlcors,
"The men behind the gun;" second, its board of directors who ad
vise with and direct the officers; and third, the Capital.
LIBERALITY In a bank Is Its willingness to furnish funds to
depositors to assist them In 'carrying on their legitimate busi
ness. Our motto Is:
"STRONG AND LIBERAL" Look us up and If you find us de
serving, give us your business.
First Trust and Savings Bank
OF COOS BAY
Capital Fully Paid $100,000.00
John S. Coke, Pros.
W. S. Chandler,
Dorsey Kreltzer, cashier.
M. C. Horton, Vice
. .ii.mii.iimh 'i.i 'r.TTyfl!W1IHU fill '.171' J. 1&1
IMMEDIATE ViUNNY E
It is the policy of tin lunk to 5
comfine its biiPiiiess to ilie un- 3
mediate vicinity. In lolloping
this course the bank not only
enhances its own stability, but
promotes the highest interest of
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
COOS BAY, Marshficld, Ore.
O. B. Hinsdale W. S. McFarland
Pi evident Cashier
John Piuess R. T. Kaufman
Vice Pies. Ast. Cafhier
THE , -
Steamer M. F. Plant
SAILS FOR SAN FRANCISCO, FRIDAY, JULY 24.
No reservation hejd after tho arrival of the slxlp unless ticket Is
bought. . .
F. S. DOW, Agent,
California and Oregon Coast Steamship Company
B. W. OLSON Master.
COOS BAY AND PORTLAND
SAILS FROM PORTLAN D SATURDAYS, 8 P. M.
SAILS FROM COOS BAY TUESDAYS. AT SERVICE OF TIDE.
P. P. Baumgartner, Agt. H. W. Skinner Agt.
Couch St. Dock, Portland, Ore. Uarahfiald. Ore., Phone 441.
Portland & Coos Bay S S. Line
CITY OF PANAMA
Sails from Portland Wednesday at 8 p. m.
Sails from Coos Bay Satu days at Service of Tide.
s. s. CZARINA
SAILS FOR SAN FRANCISCO, FRID AY NIGRT, JUNE 20, 1008.
CARRYING FREIGHT AND COMBUSTIBLES ONLY.
Phone Main 34 -
SUNSET BAY STAGE
Leaves North Bend stables Monday, Wed
nesday and Fridays at 8 a. m. Returning at 4
p. m. Fare $1.50 round trip For Seats Apply
NORTH BEND STABLES - Phone 111
THOMASON & HANSON f
'Hay Grain and Feed'
Free Delivery Phone 1761 T
Live Wire Talk
We carry a complete line of
up-to-dato electrical fixtures.
Get our prices on wiring and
THE OREGON ELECTRICAL
Hot Weather Drink:
MARSDEN'S LIQUOR nOUSE
4 For a Case. 4
S. C. Rogers,
Dr. C. W. Tower,
Judge John T. Hall.
i Flanagan &. Bennett Bank
t.Hpuai urwmcu $ou,wu
Capital PMd I'p N0.000
I'll I'vMcri Profits $15,000
Does a unurnl bankinu business and draw
ou the Dank ol California. San Francis'
Calif., Kirs' National Bank Portland Or., Firs'
National Bank Koseburg, Or., Hanover Na
llonal Bank, Ne'T York, N. M. Kutlichi'
Soa, London, England
Also sell change on nearly all the prtnci,..
cities of E".ropo.
Accounts kept subject to check, sate deposi
lock boxes fr rent at 60 cents a month n
1 a veai
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
You can BUY or SELL through
Tho Times "WANTS" with ease, dis
patch and profit try them.
- - A. St. Dock
SIANGAN'S NEW UNDERTAK.
Just moved into new build
ing os South Broaaway, two
blocks south of 'C street,
where a fine chapel has been
A full line of caskets, con
ches, robes and funeral sup
plies In general.
Licensed embalmer with
Telephones: Office 2161
Captain O. E. Edwards.
Leaves Allegany, dally at 7 a. m.
Returning Leaves Marshfleld 2
p. m. 4
For terras of charter. towlni?.
transportation or freight, apply on
0. B. EDWARDS, Owner.
p. R. A. C. BURROUGHS
j' Homeopathic Physician
Chronic Diseases a Spoclalty.
Residence nnd ofllce, corner 'C nnd
Second Streets, Mnrslillold.
R. GEORGE W. LESLIE
Graduate of Amorican School of Osteopathy
Oflice Hours: 9 a. iu to 4 p. in. Othor Hours by
Appolnttnunt. Ottlre in Naabtirg Itlock
Phone 1611. Marshfleld, Ore.
DR. GEO. E. DIX
Physician nnd Surgeon.
New Flanagan & Bennett Bank Bldg
DK. J. W. INGRAM
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlco over Sengstacken's D.-ug Store.
Phones Office 1C21; Residence 78X.
D. A. L. HOUSEWORTn
Pliysiclnn nnd Surgeon.
Ofllce scond lloor of Flanagan and
Uennett New Dank Building.
Ite&iienco, two blocks north of
Crystal Tuoater. Ofllce Phont
1431 Residence Phone G56.
IT 7T RS. NETTIE HOVEL
With E. W. Kainmsror Phono 1474
Francis H. Clarke Jacob M. Blake
Lawrence A. Llljcqulst
CLARKE, BLAKE &
United States Commissioner's Officio
Trust Building. Marshfleld, Ore.
Ofllce over Flanagan & Bennett
Marshfleld, - - Oregon
-l Attorneys at Law.
" ARSHFIELD TURKISIIBATHS
213 Coos Building.
Hours: Ladles, 10 a.m. to C p.m.,
except Saturday Gonts, 7 p.m. to
1 a.m., except Friday.
TURKISH BATH $1.00.
C. L. BUTTERFIELD, Prop.
First Trust A HaTlnci Bank blilg-
OAKLEY & ARNOLD
Civil and Mechanical Engineers,
North Bend, Oregon.
CRIRBS & MASON
Coos Bay Monthly Bldg.
OFFICE, Room 214 Coos Bldg.
Phone, Uarskflsld 814.
Rooms and ofllceB for rant Houses
for rent. Your property cared for
while you ar away.
My commission very reasonable. Call
and sae me. WM. W1CKENS
R. ALBERT ABEL,
Contractor for Teaming of all kind.
ILHELM G. nOLL,
Manoa tunad and repaired.
With VT. R. IIaUm Music Co.
ABLE CLARA MILLI8
Voeal Instruction. 1
Italian and Gern&m Diction.
.Studio, Phona 511.
ELMER.A. TQDD, Director
Coos Bay Academy of Hiuie.
Voice, Piano. Pipe Organ. Harmony eto., from
bejtlnnirg to graduation. Singera coached In
itjle diction and Interpretation!, lor opera
oratorio or concert work
New O'Connol liulldlnc, Marshfleld.
MARSDEN'S LIQUOR HOUSE
Cab call 8err!co at any Hour
flood Herso ana Votiltlej
HE1SNER, MILLER & CO.
Livery, Feed nnd Snlo Stable.
Wood for Sale.
3d and 'A' Sts. Phone 1201 Mrfld.