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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD. OREGON, TUESDAY, . MARCH 21, 1911-EVEHING EDITION.
iirrC D A V T,IlflI7Q'u,,r how ,n Benornl l)Ul a 8,,Rhl Ae'
LUUJ DI 111V1HO, lino nB cmpnrod with 1909. The
t -? U)twt importation of innnufncturlnR '
r-niuriu i in i'"""- l.nnilior llltrinK UIU was pnv.uuu.uuw
field, OrcRon, for transntiMnn .fcot( Vftjut,, nl $i;,,7S0,000, whore
through thn inatti ns second claii
. C. MAI.ONEV Ktlltor nnd Pub.
AX IC. MAI.OXKV Xeww Editor
An Independent Republican news
papor published every evening ex
copt Sunday, and Weekly by
The Coon liny Time PuhlNliliiK Co.
as In 1909 the figures were respecti
vely D90,"fi0,000 feet, with a valua
tion of I1S.2R0.000. Nearly all this
lumber wan Imported from Cnnnd.i.
Lumber from other countries onlyi
amounted to $334,000 In 1910 and
to $271,000 In 1909.
However, thore wns a heavy fall
ing off In the Import of
When I hear the ump bolter "Play
I've never heard
A man confess
llo liken to put
On evenliiR dresB.
Dedicated to the Hcrvlco of tho
people, thnt no good cniiHo shall lack
a champion, and that evil shall not
SI IK DOES II KK IlKST.
Canadian , 1Jo t lilimtcs this world a cold old world
shingles. Shingles wore Imported In ' Am n) lg outlooks grim.
1909 to the extent of $2,900,000. , w(fU( ,OWevor, strives to make
It mighty hot for him.
W. J. CONRAD.
Tho Coos Hay Times represents a
consolidation of thu Dally Const Mall
and Tho Coos Hay Advertiser. The
Coast Mall was the first dally ostno
llshed on Coos Hay and Tho Coos
Day Times Is Ho Immediate successor.
Ono year $6.00
Per month SO
When paid Ptrlclly In ndvancoth
subscription prlco of tho Coos Hay
"'lies Is $G.00 per year or $2. SO fn.
I yenr fl.BQ
There may be war,
Hut ere we shout
We'd like to know
What It's about.
.)IIIclnl I'npcr if Coot County.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY
or marsh field.
Address all communications to
COOS MAY DAILY TIMES. "
Mmi-kIiUcM :: :: :: s: Oreirnii
but lu 1910 had fallen to $1,470,000
So far the Imports. The exports
of wood production In 1910 show nl
considerable Increase In quality anil .
lu value In most of the Items listed.
Hewn nnd sawed timbers wero ex-!
ported to the amount of $14,Si"S,000
In 1910 ns compared with $1 .1.000.- j
000 In 1909. Tho principal In-1
creaso lu exports was Bent to the
United Kingdom. France, Hnly and
the Netherlands, the only country
noting n decrease being (lerinnny.
Much lumber Is going Into Canad'i.
In 1910 the value of- lumber thus
shipped waB upwards of $7,070,000 ,
but In the yenr previous tho value " "
.nU ,mt m.ii., imif iiin,r u 770 nan There are problems In
tf inn nm v,0 Yuf'x'lv''vi
It Is probable thnt much of this
foreign Increase wns duo to the tin
sntlsfnctory Htnto of the home trade,
leading lumber manufacturers to pay
more attention to the needs of tho
Tho cost of living mounts or rails
' And wo hnve little picking,
Hilt fortunately nought at nil
j AfTects tho cost of kicking.
, HAHKY WINKLER.
To solve are mighty tough;
Prny tell us why tho smnllest girl
Should toto the blggost muff?
J. ALBERT M.VTSOX.
t WITH THE i
t TOAST AND TEA 2,
Or why the very smnllest maid
Puts on the fearful "rat"'
And stnggorH down the street beneath
A llowor gnrden lint?
GEO. GOOD HUM.
NO HALF-AND-HALF METHODS IX
Till: ItrPl'III.ICAX PAItTV.
I UK republloan party," said
Olfford Plnchot, pnrnphrns
Iiik Lincoln, "can not llvo
half dead and half alive."
Tho snmo thought In another form
Is voiced lu a communication from
Judge Wntklua printed In another
column of The Times this evening.
The Judge makeu a strong nnd In-
Efforts to bo ' permanently
luoful must be uniformly Joy-
ous, n spirit all sunshine, grace-
, fill from very gladneBH, benutl-
' fill because bright. Cnrlyle.
Or why tho girl wltlr feet ton big
For ordinary shoeif
Goes lu and tells tho shoe clerk she
Would llko a pair or twos?
Hut all thoso things don't worry us;
What wo would llko to know
Is why tho very tallest; girl
Should have the Bhortest beau?
It Isn't so long to tho end of Life a 8omo Rrof for n Joy. mt ,8 ,,
UtlJi 'il iniln na stn f1t unnuAti i11u
Klcnl plea for tho progressive Ideaw ,f you B0 , n Rn0P ()r wnIk tho c)sob '
but It only marks the stronger tho, much wnv , ',,. ..
,, . , .. , rougu wu, j,, Buminer wore sighing for rnlh
dividing linen between thu tun A...i .,... .i. , lnH. ,. ...i.rl ,i,n
, , ...... . ' ",,ore l", And In winter wo hanker for roses.
wlngH of the party, llotli stntementH still dreniuura stny! , B -, J.--.. W N" BICDLAD
linrk fnrthor back to tho biblical In-1 " '
Junction, thnt n "Iioiiho divided ,t ,HI,.t H0 loB for tho HonB nn'tl tho
ngulust itself cannot Htnud." j BRU
Tho republican party must becomo T, Krool, Ul0 mcadow tho Itluo
nil ono thing or all another thing, it (10 8y.
must ncconio eiiuer inorougniy pro- AluI 0VL, t)10 Btorm-wlnds
KrosBlvo or wholly reactionary. Ono
log ran not walk forwnrd and tho
other backward. Until legs nnd both
wings iniiHt move together If tho pnr-
He said: "I'd HUo to wash tho
Supper dishes for you, pot,
Hut If I did the world would any
I ntn n hU8lmmtctte;
And bo I can not wash them,
And alas! dear, nnd nlack!
It Isn't so long. Let us sing down r cnn not pilt tj, curtn8 ,,,,,
tho Borrow; vnP i,nnlt vim mi Mm Jinolf."
ty Ih to live nnd prosper nnd benclU opi) ,8 tk.C0,vB. but Joy wo mny And lll(i tho HWeet wlfo weop and
wiu iinnm). iiorruw
Prom the beautiful dreams of
light of tomorrow!
And with her salt tears wet
Hor pillow? No, you should hnvo
Tho meals- thnt husbandntttr.
E. C, PADDOCK.
hviuonco is not lncKiiig tnai ape- Frolll tlu, ienutirul dreams of tho
clnl Interests and prnfesBlounl poli
ticians have not yet given up all
hope of controlling the organization Theg0 wnrm Mnrch tlny8 lmvo
of tho republican party. Tho defeat tarted thu Inspiration buds In tho
of Canadian reciprocity and the per- Hprlng poets nnd there wns u larno
manunt commission on tnu tnrttr. I attondauco nt the mid-Lent meeting AT A HAUOAIX.
which nro among President Taft's ,llHt ovnlng. Election of ofllcors wa "Man wnnts but little hore below"
contributions to reform and Progros-LIU,8tpoiKtl bccnutio ono of tho mem- This fact's won him renown
slvoness. form part of this evidence. ,l)cra hnil not completed his nomlnat- Whllo woman wants a lot of things
Tho Btnndpnt lenders of tho party. ,nK 8pcoc)l Jnck i-Managan. who,' And wants them nil marked down,
auch of them ns survived tho lnst'nctml ns outBldo guard furnished tho , john: icnoN'imi.M.
flioction, need to Hiiuy tno tan ar.foiiowlnR report of tho meeting:
tho wtilg party nnd tno fat lure or
nil republican opponents of reform
these 40 yenrs. Tho progressive
loaders hnvo to rise above all per
sonal couslderatloiiB and sectional
fiitnr,Mtn nnit rnimlilnr nil nnlltlfil I
Isauea from the sole standpoint of
Tho Independent voter is abroad lu
thu laud and the spirit of snno pro
grosslvoness Is rlfo lu tho democratic
party. Tho republican party
cannot bank on the possibility of the
democracy blundering. The Biircesa,
nnd tho life ItBolfotthoropubllcans
dopendH on thu wisdom nnd unselfish
patriotism with which they meet the
douiocrata during the next two years.
THE LUMHKK THADE.
t'OOS HAY IX lOlW.
(An Adnptod Poem.)
A little nonsense now nnd then
Is often relished by tho men,
With mo n moment prny contend
My denr good-hearted friend,
Whllo l do what's In my power
To tell you of nn happy hour
When I returned Just hnlf nllvo
Prom wny back East In '25.
On it train for Coos Hay bound,
Helng tired and sleeping sound,
When, nt Inst, the trip Is o'er.
Itrakemnu opens wide the door,
And shouts with voice loud nnd clear:
"Coos Hay! Coos Day!" change
I'm hustled off, scarce half nltve,
On Coos Hay In 1925.
AT THE STHKET COHXEIL,
Tholr foreheads aro low and their
collars aro high.
Tho bunch Is familiar, whorovor
You know theni at onco, as you'ro
For their voices nro high, nnd
their lnngungo Is low,
A SPHIXO PASTORAL.
I wanderod where tho rolled oats
In proud nrrny,
All crowned with dladoms of dew
At break of day.
THE Hureau of Statistics has Is
Biied detailed tlgures covering
tho exports and Imports of And far as human eye can seo
lumber for tho year 1910, with com-j The groat city llos ahead of me.
parisons with tho two preceding iHnlldlngs high as old tlr trees,
Now, the aggregate Import of loss
nnd round timber free or duty dur
ing 1910 wns 207.000,00'0 foot, valu
ed nt $2,170,000. Tho previous city parks nro truly
j I strolled to where the cowslips hid
In my rotroat;
j I stood in ectnsy nmld
1 wend my way on Central Avenu, I Tho shredded wheat.
Not caring where I go or what I do i
I saw tho llttlo biplanes out
Portlnjul can't compare with these;
Oh Its Joy to be alive
On Coos Hay In 1925.
year's imports In this class amount
ed to 151,000,000 foot, valued nt $1.
540.000. Imports of mahogany were
low. bolng B0.000.000 foot In 1010.
valued nt $3,500,000, as compared
with 37,000,000 foot In 1909 nt a That stumble round scarce half nllvo,
And I listen to tho band,
Watch the nutos going by,
People with tholr heads hold high.
One thing I notice more nnd more:
No knockers ns In dnys or yore.
Upon tho wing,
And thou I could no longer doubt
That It was spring.
A. T. HAINES.
In March the big ash pile ceasu
to bo a beauty spot on the face of
valuation of $2.G50.000. Tho pulp
wood Imported during 1910 totaled
937,731 cords, valued nt $0,000,000,
whorons tho 1909 imports wore
slightly In excess of thoso figures, bo
lng 937,903 cords, tho vnluntlon,
however, being but $5,613,000. Sta
tistics covorlng tho Imports of lutu-
For the railway's built In '25.
THE FAX'S PItKFEItEXCE.
You nro waiting to hoar tho first
I don't caro for robins at all;
shall fool that life still Is worth
TIii'ih W uun rntiurli In thu nvijon rt Ue
I'omitrv IIihiihU i lior illn'iur put tnj;illnT,
Hint mull the liut fi'U tr Mil" tupits M lie
iiii'iirHlilo 1'or it Kiortl m n v i niloi't rro
iioiitntM tt lorn! il oe niul iin itIIhh! local
tnn !. Hint by oimOHinly t lltiic to mro
i. . I... .,1 tritiiuMit, proniMin ix It liioiirallo
tSolonro lia pri)in ctarrli M lo roiitiltu.
Ho, l i11 n mill ihvrpfore renilr' ivnllii
ll.iiml IrvHtiniMH llilTn CntHrli Cure m nil.
(Hclunsl h Y J Jicnoy A l'o TohMo. Ohio,
Ul i- onb 'tnttulnim euro on the market.
It U tukvn In iltitrn (rom 10 ilnijn to tenspoon
lul It KctillrtH'lly ou tlio lilootl rni'l muniu
ii'ai'co( lhe vlim Thcv offer ono liumlmt
lollrtor nyoH' It fU to cure. Soml for
clrruUit ami tetlmoiiUU.
A2',.rS;: J J" riHtSEY & CO., Toleao. Ohio.
Talis ilall'i Famllr rill' for corutlpatiou,
COAL STRIKES AND COAJj PRICES wor
ry nol the iiinn who relics upon central station
eicetrie service for his power. The fear of waste
and extravagance in the engine room disappears
when the Electric Drive is installed. Expensive
boilers and engines do not have to be maintained,
repaired and replaced. Electric motors do away
with line shafting and losses in power transmis
sion. In nearly every possible power application,
the Electric Drive shows a big saving over oilier
forms of power. Electric power menus encnji;
null when you want it, and then all you want.
Every year shows improvement, economies and de
velopments in electric power machinery. The es
timate yon had made last year is probably out of
date now. AVe employ competent experts to in
vestigate your power needs and you can depend
on their re port a. Telephone ITS, Oregon Power
Flanagan & Bennett Bank
Capital, Surplus and Undivided
Profits Over $100,000
Assets Over $500,000
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Loans nnd dis
Overdrafts. ... AS
U. S. Donds and
premiums. . . . 25,250.00
Other bonds nnd
warrants. . .. 81,037.13
Danlclng Houso.. 74,100.11
fixtures .... 7,989.31
Cnsli mid dun
from IntiikN . . i:t(l,l:t(l,17
Capital stock. ..$100,000.00
Surplus nnd pro
Circulation. . . . 24,500.00
i ConU RcNcrvo 37 Per Cent of Deposits
Wo Invito your nttontlon to tho cindltlon of this bank as shown
by the abovo statement.
A gonerul banking business transacted.
Accounts of Individuals, corporations and firms received.
Intorest paid on tlmo and Savings Doposlts.
Safe deposit boxos for rent at $3.00 and up per annum.
Your business solicited.
W. S. CHANDLER, President.
DORSEY KREITZER, Cashlor.
M. C. HOKTON, VlcrhPresIdont.
RAY T. KAUFMAN, Asat.-Casblor.
V. S. CHANDLER. F. S. DOW. STEPHEN C. ROGERS
JOHN 8. COKE. WM. GRIMES, W. P. MURPHY
W! U. DOUGLAS, JOHN F. HALL, M. C. HORTON. '
FollowhiB Is n list of J
Business Flrnm thnt I tl !
Pny to Pntronlrn. 'B
WILLEY & SCHROEDER
Plumbing and Heatino
.Mnnlillclil, Ore., p,. "
All IiIikIm t.r pliotdKrnpi,
liranililp viiliirKliiK mul k
J. J-. KOONTZ
Slnehliif nnd Repair .Sh,H-
Steiun nn.I Gas KnBtne Work
At Holland's boat shop, proit
Btreet. Marsluield. Ore.
Wo hnvo lnmps suited for ett7
purpose Mnzdn, Tantalum uj",
"special" 90-wntt lamp far UMt
to tho common 32 candle-power, i
is n picaauro ror us to show !
plain tho dlfforont lnmps for the l.
tenuent ot your service.
Coos Bay Wiring Co,
First National Bank of Coos Bay
At Ilia close of luminous, .March 7th, 11)11.
" - i
First Ciass Laundry
work Is most deslrnblo to urn
wishing their linen to poisni tb
particular finish so necessary a
good taste- in dress,
WE HO THAT CLASS OP WOK
Ono Trial will Convince.
Coos Bay Sleam Laundry
I'HONK .MAIN" ,7-J
Good Livery Service
Fancy new rigs, Rood honnl
curoftil drivers nro now at the &
posal of tho Coos Hay public it
RIra or rigs with driven ml; bl
any trip any whore any time. Ilorwl
bonrded nnd rigs enrod for.
Now honrso nnd special ck
dntlons provided for funeral pittia I
W. L. CONDHON'.S
MVKKV AND FEED STAUIH
Rntos reduced to: Day BOc, 7!l
$1.00; wook $2.00 to $5.00. Ho
keeping npnrtmonts with gi risp
$10.00 to $18.00 per month. TW
BATHS II. W. SULLIVAN, rrop.
Beaver Hill Coal
MOUNT DIARLO AND JOSSO.V CE.MENT.
me neai uomtic nnd Imported brands
Plaster. Lime, Brick and all kinds of builders material
OFFICE, SOUTH 1IROADWAY.
COOS BAY-KOStttlJRG TAf.F imT
Dally stnuo between lloselmn; anil Marhiloi.i c, Ll'
an.1 Suiulays , 7 . ,. Vl, 90.00 S,nK ,Pnve d"y
OTTO SCHETTER, AKent. C. ,, nllVllm
Now Is tho tlmo to buy at Bunker
Hill. Resldenco nnd vacant lots at low
figures nnd easy terms.
For particulars seo
08 Central Ave., Marshfleld, Oregon.
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Stnto Gazetteer nnd llujJafM Vb
Just Issuod for 1311-12 UtheE
comploto work of tho kind publish
It contains an accurate burinta
rectory of every city, town ui
Iago in Oregon and Washington. '
tho names and addresses of coU
morchants and professional cf.
lumbormon. etc.. who are loaW'
Jacent to villages; also HsU ol l
ornmont and county officer, &
slonors of deeds, state board;, it
tory provisions, terms of w
names of the postmasters, postoffie
express, telephono and telegriP1
flees, justices of the peace,
dnlly and weekly newspaper!!
sides much other Information
to all classes of business and ?r'
slonnl mon. A descriptive sietrt'
each place Is given, embracing
ous items of Interest, such as '
cation, population, distances to
forent points, tho most con
shipping stations, the Products.!;
nro marketed, stngo communW
trnde statistics, the nearest b
cation, mlnoral intorests, chore
schools, libraries and 6clelI'
Imtin.lnnt fnnt.ixn Id fllQ ClaSSlDC
rectory, giving every business
ged under Its special headlnf.
enabling subscribers to obtain
glance a list of nil houses jm
turlng or dealing In any P'
lino of goods. The work e
Is compiled to deserve their
R. L. POLK & CO