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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREBON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 7911 EVENING EDITION.
COOS BAY TIMES
Entered nt tho postofflco at Marsh
flcld, Oregon, for transmission
through the malls as second clan
to Justice hy tho murderer. No hu
inrn can travel far with that load on
1..8 heart and conscience; It Is too
great for human endurance.
r rt Aftnvi. I'llHnr mul Pnli
Mx'lJ. .M.11.0XKY Neus IMI.or h'fl nfo8t nnd t,C0'C9t rcSt
' "" worst case of liumnn
Tho fugitive- murderer may travel
far and long, hut ho never lays down
his burden, even In tho moments A
i sufferer In the world.
An Independent Republican news-! known, and doath looms n positive
minor nuullshod every evening ex-Joy for him as It doos for no other
copt Sunday, nnd Weekly by
Tim fniia llnv TJnlCM I'llllllsllltll' Cl.
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Uncle Sam seoms to uc winning n
Dedicated to tho hervlce of tho few battles with the gront combines
people, that no good cause shall lack ' Ills latest succoss Is In forcing thu
a champion, and that evil shall not jt'actrlc-bull) trust to Its knees, and
thrive unopposed. the saving of half n dozen millions
of mnnoy to 'the pooplo. Good ccjs
Tho Coos Day Tlmos represents u to ,,,, , ,,, ,on, drnwn Bht
consolidation of tho Dally Coast Mall Ban8t I)rodatory monopoly,
and Tho Coos Bay Advertiser. The
Coast Mall was the first dally ostao- Ko0,, your oyo on Mr Nit0oscvclt.
llshod on Coos Day and Tho Coosnml noto tll0 col,r8C 0f the people
Day Times Is It Immediate suj-jovor.whoro ll0 RQCt It wm hoI,,
cessor. I you to understand tho man nnd tho
' 1 reason
Ono year $0.00
For month 50
When paid strictly In advance the
subscription price of the Coos Day
""nos Is JTi.OO per year or 12.50 fo.
! year $1.50
for his Immenso popularity.
Even Port Inn d is turning Itself Inside
out to give him honor and welcome
on tho 5th of the coming month.
Official Paper of Coom County.
OFFICIAL PAPER OK TIIK CiTV
Address all communications to
COOS MAY DAILY TIMES.
MnrMifloM :: :: :: :: Oregon
tiii: people want it.
Huffnlo,' N. Y Express: Oovernor
Carroll of lown has vetoed tho bill
for the adoption of tho Oregon plan
of direct primaries. The Oregon
plan, howovor, is plainly growing in
favor with the people.
W I T H T H E ?
of all the new shapes and shades
of he famous Packard Shoes
THU CRAITY JAPANESE.
Tan, low and high-cut, gun metal button in low and high-cut, patent
leather dancing shoes, gun metal street low cuts. You should see the new
lasts for they are classy.
It mutters not how n
govornmont ,1Ip,r ,,t how Il0 nVos. Snmuel o
rip HE fact that this
n was so quick to deny and dls-
" pnrago the news of Japan's strn
toglc effort to nogotlato n coaling
Btntlon on the Pnclllc coast of Mux!- WIIE.V AND WHERE AM) WHY?'
co, lends all thinking men to believe i,
this to hnvo been the object of tho whoro do wo go whon tho lights nn
recent military movements In this mv
country: That It was entirely sue- And the soul goes out In tho dark?
cosifiil Is taken for granted; hut all Lonvlng tho Corpse the shell of n
tho same tho 20,000 men and oillcers ,nan
or tno army win maneuver nlongth. A clay-lump, stlfT nnd Btark?
Mexican border nnd coasts for tho ntt0 0,lld watched n candlo llnmo
next six months nnd any dovolon-1 And voiced tho nge-old doubt:
ments Indicating that Moxlco lms "Knthor, whoro doos thu llamo go to
mndo, or Intends to make, any con- When the wind blows It out?"
cessions of the sort to Japan, will bii ,
summarily used ns n pretext for Nobody knows where tho Biiiishlno
$4.50 and $5.00
compelling tho nnuulmout nnd with
drawal of samo. No snno American
When the dark comes on nt night.
bolloves ono-hnlf tho stuff thnt comes And nobody knows tho goal of n
from Washington In big emergencies
llko this; as thnt the government U
suddonly Inspired to assemble onw-'
fourth of its lighting forces within a
glvon territory on short notlco more-1
ly for tho snko of training nnd ma
neuvering; such n conclusion Is un
tenable, not nlono because of tho
enormous coBt of such u movomont Never n hand from tho Shadowy
Thnt tnkes Kb outward (light.
"Quo VndU?" wo nsk of the passing
"Whcnpo contest thou nnd why?"
"I know not yet," tho Soul replies,
"Hut nil llesh must die."
and thu lack of necessity for It, but
bocauso of tho extraordinary threat
Has beckoned us over tho tldo
Can Show You Better Than Can Tell You
to v" A
Involved In tho hommlutr In of n Of tho nwesomu waves of tho River
neighboring government nt all pos-' Styx
elblo points and the daring use ot On which tho donth boats glide;
tactics which Invariably precqdo nc- Yet over wo hear tho Silent Volco,
tual notlco of war. Aud heed tho Inaudlblo Call
Japan Is craftily building to tho That conies to us from Farther Shore
hour whon she shall be ablo to mako j And lures us over tho wall,
her demonstration an mlstross of tho IV.
Pacific; this Ib conceded ns being How shall wo faro when wo nro
parcel of her dostlny as she sees It, thore?
however fulsomoly aud fatuously liorj And whoro tho Mysterious IMaco
Inspired ngonts nnd representatives There are wonderful worlds In tno
deny It In ovory land and tongue; unhorse
nnd whllo It is believed she Is yet nj In the Inllnlto realms of spaco.
long way from thnt hour, her eye Yot the silence ot Death Is unbroken;
and henrt aro fixed upon It with nil None over come back to toll,
tho zest ot Orlontat Idolatry. Ono Only Faith holds open tho door of
of her measures to this end was tho
founding of n baso of supply on tho
coast of Mexico and this would have
been accomplished but for tho swift
and emphatic counter-move of tho
United States In the swinging of n
heavy fighting force Into tho very
midst of tho dobatnblo territory and
around Its evory morge,
Such plays as this nro not mndo
Idly, and Japan withdrew Just In tho
nick of tlmo to avoid an ongagoment
"All shall bo
MISSING. WORD CONTEST.
The winter of yesterday's baf
fling mystery wns Hon. Henry
Songstncken. Phraso complote;
"It will bo built bofore 1025."
Itnftllnir inVBtnn fnr mtlrh
sho Is far from ready for. This, or't t 4
something of equal gravity, Is nt tho
bottom ot tho game.
topics op Tin: times.
"SPUING IS .
Thore nro no secrets of succoss;
atieeois Is an open book.
Clot Into the "glnd-hnud" habit.
You'll need It this summer, as well
as tho ploasant Intoiutlon of your
Spoknno Is going to sptind tho
sum of $00,000 in ndvortlslig tho
city, tho Inland empire, nnd the
northwest gonornlly: That's the kind
of spirit that makes amplros as well
Nu man evor paid more for his ox
porlenc than It was worth.
If people were 'compelled to say
what tuny think they would think
Wo boltovo tho solution of tho tor
rlblo child-murder nt Portland will
como to pnsa by tho giving ot hinisolt
Uroatues thore n man with hope so
Who jiever to himself' hath wld,
"I've got a cold nnd nn awful cough,
Hut If It's wnrm tomorrow I'll tnko
Don't forgot tho Turkish Baths.
First National Bank of Coos Bay
At the close of business, March 7th, 11)11,
Capital stocky . . JIOO.'OOO.OO
Lonus and dis
Overdrafts. ... .43
U. S. Donds and
premiums. . . . 25,250,00
Other bonds nnd
warrants. . . . 81,037.15
Danktng House.. 74,100.11
fixtures .... 7,989.34
Cash anil due
from bunk . . ia0,i:ifl.l7
Surplus and pro
Circulation. . . . 24,500.00
Flanagan & Bennett Bank
Cajifal, Surplus and Undivided
Profits Over . . . . ; $100,000
Assets Over $500,000 '
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Cash neservo 37 Per Cent of Deposits
Wo Invito your attention to tho condition ot this bank as shown
by tho abovo statement.
A genoral banking buslneia transacted.
Accounts ot Individuals, corporations and firms received.
Interest paid on tlmo and Savings Deposits.
Safe deposit boxes for rent at $3.00 nnd up per annum.
Your business solicited.
offi 012ns :
W. S. CHANDLER, Presldont.
DORSEY KREITZER, Cashlor.
M. C. HORTON,, Vice-President.
RAY T.' KAUFMAN, Asst.-Cashlor.
W. S. CHANDLER, P. S. DOW, STEPHEN C. ROGERS.
JOHN S. COKE. W.M. GRIMES. W. P. MURPHY,
W. U. DOUGLAS, JOHN F, HALL, M. C. HORTON. '
Beaver Hill Coal
MOUNT DIATtLO AND JOSSOX CEMENT.
The boat DomFlc nnd Imported brands.
Plaster, Lime, Brick nnd all kinds of builders material
OFFICE, SOUTH DltOAIlWAY.
Times Want Ads Bring Results
COAL STRIKES AND COAL PRICES wor
ry not tho man who relies upon central statiou
electric son-ice for his power. Tho fear of waste
and extravagance in. tho engine room disappears
when tho Electric Drive is installed. Expensive
boilers and engines do not have to bo maintained,
repaired and replaced. Electric motors do away
with line shafting and losses in power transmis
sion. In nearly every possible power application,
the JUlcdric Drive shows asbig saving ovor other
forms of power. Electric power means energy
only when you want it, and then all yon want.
Every year shows improvement, economies and de
velopments in electric power machinery. The es
timate you had made last year is probably out of
date now. AVo employ competent exports to in
vestigate your power needs and you can- depend
on their reports. Telephono 178, Oregon Power
COOS BAV-IWKFRii&r. cTArzF iimf-
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-WHUVT A ., Mnn,hfleld. Agent, ItOSEBURG, Ore.
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