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COOS BAY TIMES
Entered at tlie postoffice nt Marsh
flold, Oregon, for transmission
through tho malls as second class
t&. O. MALONKV Editor mid Tub.
DAN E. MALONEY News Kdltor
Address all communications to
COOS BAY DAILY TIMES,
M8hileld :: :: :: :: Oregon
Dedicated to the service of. the
people, that no good cause shall lack
ai champion, and that evil shall not
An Independent Republican news
ppor published every evening except
Bunday, and Weekly by
The Coos Bay Times Publishing Co.
One year 5-00
Blx months ?2-50
Less than G months, per month .BO
One year S1-50
Tho Coos Day Times represents a
consolidation of the Dally Coast Mall
xnd Tho Coos Bay Advertiser. The
Coast Mall was the first daily estab
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY
Official Paper of Coos County.
WATER SPOUTS OX COOS DAY.
THE TIMES is pleased to note the
activity and promptness of tho
Coos Bay Motor Boat Club in
announcing a program of water
events on Coos Bay for the season of
1910. The early start and the men
behind the movement Indicate that it
will bo accomplished to the credit of
the sponsors and of Coos Bay. No
club on the Pacific coast has better
facilities for prosecuting an event of
the sort, men, waterways, boats, cli
mate, scenery, all tho elements of
beauty, delight, convenience, comfort,
and traveling expedients, including a
new and magnificent hotel; and if it
falls at any point it will be from
causes unusual and unsuspected.
Tho Times thinks this program
should be developed during tho sum
mer into a full fledged regatta In
September. In tho development of
this inoro pretentious program, no
time should bo lost, make dates, hold
conferences, negotiate events of all
sorts, send out Invitations, secure
outside interest, and do all things ne
cessary for the proper and prideful
play-up of the great fall water-games
of Coos Bay.
There will bo no difficulty in put
ting up purses and prizes that must
attract tho llvest men and liveliest
craft of tho coast, and once they have
been hero and tried out our waters
and speed-courses and hospitality and
other things, they will como again
and again, until this port and section
shall become a fixture In tho .pro
grams and records of tho Northwest,
where it should havo been years
ago for tho matter of that.
Let no man say tho Regatta nay.
lie who does so, will do the city and
Club mighty bad sorvlco; but on tho
other hand, lot all men glvo freely,
the word of encouragement and tho
dollar of aid, until tho best in tho
land is assured for this, tho one real
thing for which Coos Bay may be
come noted, and which, should be
happily conspicuous In scope and
REVISE OF OUR SHIPPING.
IT IS encouraging to note that tho
tonuago of sail and steam vessols
built In the United States during
tho last six months of 1909 was near
ly twice thnt of tho corresponding
period of tho previous year. The bu
reau of navigation reports that 5012
vessels of '82,125 gross tons were
built In tho last half of 1909, as
against 52S vessels of 47,200 gross
tons in the samo period of 190S. Can
this bo taken as an Indication of a
revival of our shipping? It will bo
gratifying It It can bo shown that
Micro has been a turn In the tide of
our maritime iuterosts, which have
long boon In doclluo. Prior to the
civil war tho greater part of our for
eign traffic was carried In American
ships, while uow lesh than 9 por cent
Is so transported. During tho samo
tlmo that our shipping has fallon off
the foreign trade has more than
The claim Is made that this trafllo
has been taken away fiom us by Eu
jopeau power by the payment of
mihsldles and subvention and other
hovo anient aid to tholr morchant
inailm. This nitty be true to a cer
tain extent, but a large portion of
tho British merchant marine Is
THE COOS BAY TIMES,
TOAST AND TEA I
t Don't spend all your time get-
ting ready to live, but "live
now!" There will never be a
time when you will bo any near-
er ready. The mere fact that
you are aiming in the right dl-
O rection proves it.
One sought the' east for gems and
Dire failure -was his most unhappy
One sought the pearls' In waters of
And sank a victim of the seas and
Another sought tho gold that glitters
Upon the strand far in the Northern
And on the beaches of that land of
His bones lie resting In the endless
A fourth plunged in the nearer fray
The gaudy raiment that the Trade
And at the last found coffers full of
The gold was profit, but his soul was
For me, in Fortune's strife, give me
Of him that delves deep in the Mines
Not far afield, but here Jet me secure
From them that love me treasures
John Kendrick Bangs.
Quit worrying over things you can
A sure way to save money, don't
Happiness consists often In
Money doesn't talk long before it
begins to brag. . '
Many a nut is not what it
cracked up to be.
Virtue is its own reward, but a lit
tle cash helps out.
The greatness of many
due to Inherited money.
a man is
A horse may know a good bit with
out a college education.
Quarrels make enemies and leave
the question still unsettled.
But a divorce usually cost less than
a suit for breach of promise.
Occasionally a man who is open to
conviction is shut up in jail.
In a musicians' strike the wind-instrument
players aro not likely to
como to blows.
Some Coos Bay men think they are
ambitious, when In reality they are
When a favored young man at
tempts to kiss a Coos Bay girl she
soldom carries resistance to the point
of actual success.
Speaking of homo romedles, tho
"switch" of our grandfathers was a
pretty good remedy for quite a long
list of juvenile disorders.
Dear brother, when your wife asks
you for a llttlo spending money, don't
draw a wry face as though sho had
trod upon your corn. Just shell out
with a smile, remembering all the
while that tho half of what you have
Is hers by right.
subsidized. American capital that
has been omployed in other avenues
of trado is turning more and more to
the sea. Wo mny win back what we
havo lost and much besides. Within
four years tho tonnago engaged in
our coasting trndo has Increased
from ri.tll.SSS to C-tr.1,042 tons, a
gain of 1,009,15-1 tons. What wo
mleht do with freo ships Is illustrated
In the case of a Gorman line that has
prospered, through efficiency, without
any subsidy. The wubaldy policy Is
being earnestly advocated n tho pres.
out congress, but there aro many who
hold the belief that It Is not noeded,
and that Americau shipping Interests ,
if glen a fair show will regain their
former supremacy ngauibt all com-
MARSHFIELD, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1910-
by 1 cnl Applications, as they
the dlM?ncu rflrtlnn of the oar There in ol
nun unl In pllin ilrflfnps Anil that is bV (.Otl-
tltutlnnal remeillc Pcafncfs is caused b
an Inflamed oonlitlon of the mucous lining of
the Kustachitin lube When this tube is In
flamed you hntcii rumblinir sound or impr
.'cet hearing, and lien it Is cntirel cloved,
Jleafness Is the result, and unless the inflam
mation can bo taken out and this tube restored
toils normal condition, hearing will be de
stroyed forecr;ninecasesout of tco aro caused
br ('atarrh. which is nothing but an intlam
lricd condition of tho mucous surfaces'.
We will gio Ono Hundred Dollars for any
case of deafness (canned by catarrh) that can
not bo cured by Hall's uatarrn uure senu
for circulars, free. . .
IT, .1 CHKNKY & CO., Toleoo, O.
fold br Druggists, 7.ric.
Tako Hall's Family rill" for constipation.
Have you Tried It?
A choice Table Delicacy
Your Grocer Has It.
If Not, Telephone
Coos Bay Ice I
& Cold Storage
Red Label Grahams.
Burnam's Animal Cookies
Social Tea Biscuit
Old Time Sugar3
American Beauty Ginger Snaps.
Zu Zu Ginger Snaps.
These are fresh from tho factory
and have, just arrived.
C. W. Wolcott
PHONE 97 J
Two trips daily between Ilandon and
Coqulllo connecting with all JIarshfleld
Veuves Bandon . ..0:45a.m.
Loaves Bandon . . . 1 :20 p. m.
C Leaves Coqnillo. . .0:irs . in.
j Leanea CoqnOle ...4:00 p. m.
KJ Travelers leaving Marshfleld in the
In moraine reach Bandon at noon. People
S on Coquille rlyer can spend over three
ni hours in Marshfleld and reach home the
tn same day.
Cj COQUTLLB RTTER TRANS
H PORTATION CO.
L. J. POST
Contractor and Builder
Elgrtecn years' experience has taught ut t
motto "Take our ttmo mil' do our work righ
Pricu Conaiuiit with Bt Work
823 Sonth Second Street
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R. J. W. INGRAM
Physiclitn and Snrgeon.
Office 20-80 Cooa Ballding
Phone Office 1621; IUildenco 162?
DR. A. L. nOUSMTTORTn
Physician and Snrgeon
Offices second floor of Flanagan
Bennett Baik Building.
Office hours 2 to 4 p m.; 7 to 8 p. m
Phone: Office. 1421; Residence, 14IJ
C. R. BENNETT,
Coos Bullatng, Marshfleld
Office over Flnnatan St Beunoti
; W Architect
Over Chamber of Commerce
HMl!r5rlh 514 !
PHONE 2 14 J
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FIGURE WITH YOU
If you are in the market for any
thing Electrical such as: Signs,
Motors, Fans, Annunciator Systems,
or Housewlring. It can do you no
harm and will cost you nothing to get
our prices and estimates.
Coos Bay Wiring Co.
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Next Suit 1
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Ur oe Disappointed
I BRING YOUR HIDES l
TO ENTERPRISE MEAT CO.
( Highest Market Price
Geo. W. King
GOW WHY BUILDING,
D jane's Transfer $
We do all kinds of transfer
work. Trunks and baggage a
specialty. Good covered wagon,
everything kept dry, meet all 8
boats and trains daily. Good U
and prompt service guaranteed a
Give us a trfal. a
PHONE ai-J or 273-X. 1
Telephone: Day 105-J Night 10-J
Undertaking Rooms Front St. North
EGGS FOR HAICIILNG
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS
TRAP NESTED BIRDS.
$1.00 to $2.00 per sitting.
Visitors 'Welcome Fred Bnchmnn
North End Front St. Box 485
Old Dhnmlck Place ,MarshfleId
QUALITY IS AOHTEVED IN A
Livery, Feed and
Rigs at all houre and a carry-all
that vre will end out with partial
wishing to g in crowds.
L, H; HEISNER
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f Coos Bay Fuel C.
J. O. DOANE & Son., Props. '
, LUMP COAL $4.30 PEU TON
, NUT COAL $2.50 PER TON 7
Phono 273-X f
FOR SALE TENTS, PACK SAD
DLE, NEW AND SECOND-HAND
GOODS OF ALL KINDS. 180
BROADWAY. 2I-i.D STORE.
Cash Paid for Furs 3 Skins
C. F. McGEORGE
178 Broadway South, Marshfleld
Read The Times' Want Ads.
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YOU CAN AffORD IT NOW
IT IS THE POLICY OF THE NEW MANAGEMENT 01? -rm,
COOS KAY GAS AND ELECTIUO COMPANY TO PLACE ALL Its
PRODUCTS WITHIN REACH OF ALL THE PEOPLT; THKY CV
REACH. WITH THIS END IN VIEW THE PIUCE OF
ITAS. BEEN REDUCED TO S1.70 CENTS PER THOUSAND Y 1
A DISCOUNT QF TWENTY CENTS MAKING THE NET mIE I
ywraiei'fZX rilONE US AND
:: Coos Bay Gas
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Pay your taxes through
The First Trust and Savings Bank
No charge made for remitting your
money and procuring your receipt. Taxes must be
paid before March 15th, 1910,
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
.OF COOS BAY
STRICTLY A COMMERCIAL BANK
'Wells ParKo NcvAdn National Bank, San Francisco, CL
The United Slates National Bank, Portland, Ore.
Tho Nntionnl Park Bank, New York, N. Y.
iThe Corn Evchnngo National' Bank, Chicago, 111.
The Bank of Scotland, London, England.
,The Credit Lyonnais, Paris, France.
in Addition wo draw drafts
Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, China, Japan, North, Central and )
South America. i
Personal and commercial accounts kept subject to check. S
Certificates of Deposit isf ie&. Safe Deposit Boxes for rent. g
FLANAGAN &. BENNETT BANK
Oldest Bank In Coos County, Established in 1880.
Paid up Capital and Surplus, $80,000.00.
AaMnta rivoi. ITnlf Million llnllnvs.
Does a general banking business and draws drafts on the Bank t
of California, San Francisco, Cal.; Hanover National Bank, N. Y.;
First National Bank, Portland, Ore.; First National Bank, Rose
burg, Ore,; The London Joint Stock Bank, Ltd., London, England.
A Tun u11n Anhnnce on all of tho nrincinal cltlea of Europe.
Individual and corporation
deposit lock boxes for rent.
3. W. BENNETT, President. I. P. WILLIAMS. Cashier.
J. H. FLANAGAN, V.-Prc. GEO. B. WINCHESTER, Asst. Cash,
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
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uaiiirunni tnt unauun
II. P. ASTRUP, Mnetcr.
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
SAILS FROM PORTLAND SATURDAYS," 8 P. M.
BAILS FROM COOS BAY TUESDAY 8, AT BERVICB OF in)B.
C. G. Stimson, Agent. T. B. JAMES, Agent.
Portland & Coos
Sails' ffom AinsworthDockPortlanrf;Wednt3sdaysat8 p.nH
Sails from Coos Bay Saturdays at Service of Tide.
k W. F. Miller, Agt,.
C " " A M 1 .' Is
o i JEiviiLri
Sails for San
Sails every Tuesday for
A MAN WILL CALL.
& Electric Co.
aB - a - a - ta - a - a - a - a - a - H - twwi.
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on all nrincinal banking centers in n
accounts kept subject to chock. Safe 1
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ivosi oinajaomi w. -
Bay S. S. Line
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here F. S. DOW, Agt-