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THE DAILY COOS HAY TIMES, MARSXIVIELD, OREUjN, SUNDAY", JUNE 0, 1007.
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I Snyder, r. f. Felter. r. f
Coquillc Conies To Play Marshfield
While Bandon Will Meet
DEEPJ INTEREST TAKEN
Leo, s. s.
Gavin, r. f.
Holton, c. f.
Longo, r.- f.
J. Collier, p.
Lorcnz, s. s.
A. Collier, r.
Call, c. f.
Nosier, 1. f.
will bo followed out. In case of
postponed games the managers of
the teams "will decide when such
games are to be played.
ARTHUR McKEOWN, Marshfield.
L. .1. SIMPSON, North Dend.
P. PERALTA, Coqullle.
DEN SCHILLER, Dandon.
COOS COUNTY LEAGUE.
Standing of (lie Clubs.
Won. Lost. P. C.
Itotli Games Will Call Foitli Heavy j
Patronage Coquillc Urlngs
COOS COUNTY LEAGUE.
The following agreements were en
tered into by representatives from
th baseball clubs of Marshfield, North
Dend, Coqullle and Dandon on thp
fourth day of June, 1907:
1. That a league shall be formed
consisting of four teams Marsh
field, North Dend, Coquillc and Dan
don. 2. That this league shall bo
known as tho Coos County Daseball
3. That these teams shall not
play any outside teams upon dates
set forth In the schedule.
4. All teams shall be composed
of home talent, and under no circum-
The official schedule of the Coos
County League opens today, when at
the word "play ball" Marshfield
will cross bats with the baseball ag
gregation from Coqullle, and North
noiwl will inoet. Hnndnn on tho local
grounds. Deep interest Is manifest- stances shall any manager or team
ed in tho outcome of today's game, be allowed to import an outside
for the fans can get a general line- player or players; further, that tho
up on the strong and weak points of homo talent composing tho teams
the different teams. Bandon and shall have to be living within the
Coqullle will como up with a band limits of Coos county prior to June
and It Is expected with over two nun- '4, 1907.
I -jiml enthusiastic supporters. It is j 5. All visiting teams shall pay
L,dp to the local fans to get out and their own expenses. Further, that
help the home team. Tho games the home team shall receive all the
will be called at 2:30 o'clock. Fol-' gate receipts and shall supply all
lowing Is tho line-up of tho different balls and compensate tho umpire.
League teams. Cut out the line-ups 6. That all protests shall be set
and you will be able to distinguish tied by a board consisting of Dr. C.
Marshfield 0 0 .000
North Dend... 0 0 .000
Coqullle 0 0 .000
Dandon 0 0 .000
Event Will Conic Off on July 3
Entries Are Now
to enter and three or more to start.
Owner's colors must bo named at tho
time of tho second entry, Juno 29,
and horses must bo run under such
colors. Catch weights will bo tho
F. P. Norton, Secretary.
STATE PAIR PROGRESS
Racing Stocks Exhibited nt Lewis
And CInrk Fair Will Participate
McKeown, 2 b.
Tower, s. s.
Nasburg, 1. f.
Lamberton, c. f ,
Gaffney, s. s.
McLeod, 1. f.
Gardiner, c. f.
W. Tower, president, and a repre
sentatlvo from each of the four
I 6. That fifty dollars shall be put
up irThe hands of tho president
of the league before tho 10th day
'of June, 1907, by each team, and
! this purse to go to the winner of tho
7. That tho following schedule
The date of tho opening of the
Marshfield races will bo on July 3.
Entries are now open with Secretary
F. P. Norton, of tho Racing Associa
tion, and will remain open until
June 22. Four purses of $100 each
are up and it Is believed that all of
the different classes will be filled.
The purses and rules governing the
race meet follow:
For two and three-year-olds. Half
mile. Purse $100. Entry fee, $20.
For four-year-olds and upward.
Half mile. Purse $100. Entry fee,
For two-year-olds. Three-eights
of a mile. Purse $100. Entry fee,
. .Free for all ages. Half mile. Purse
$100. Entry fee, $20.
Entries for tho above races close
with the secretary June 22, 1907, at
which time $10 is payable, and on
June 29 the balance, $10, Is payable.
All purses are guaranteed and
divided as follows: 70 per cent to
the winner and 30 per cent to the
second horse. Four or more horses
Salem, Ore., June 8. Professor E.
R. Lake, of the Oregon Agricultural
College was in Salem yesterday look
ing over tho state fair grounds and
making tho final arrangements for
tho display and exhibit to bo niado by
tho college at the fair this fall. Not
only is the college to make one of the
finest exhibits on the grounds, but
plans are being talked of for tho
erection of an agricultural college
pavilion for permanent headquarters
of the college at the Oregon state
Connected with tho exhibit of tho
Oregon Agricultural College will bo
tho display of the state experiment
station at Union, which has called for
500 feet of wall space.
To the lovers of horse flesh the
coming to tho Oregon state fair of
tho McLaughlin Dros., of St. Paul,
Minnesota, the well-known horso
breeders, who exhibited at tho Lewis
and Clark fair, will be hailed with
There is a great demand for camp
ing space at "Toziervlllo," and dur
ing the visit of "Mayor Albert" To
zier to Norfolk, Virginia, where he
Is attending the National Editorial
Association, Secretary Frank Welch
is being flooded with reservations for
space. All tho space along the main
way, extending between tho depot
grounds and tho main entrance
gates on both sides, has been re
served, and tho back lots are being
taken up with more than common
alacrity. Two new cottages have
been built and more will bo erected.
At a recent meeting of the board
of agriculture it was decided to have
a uniform admission fee of 50 cents
for men and women, but the latter
will bo admitted free to the grand
stand- - sJSSl
Strawberry Ice Cream
Chocolate Ice Cream
Vanilla Ice Cream
Strawberries and Cream
Home Made Candies
It will make all the difference between a good
impression and a bad one. Our tailors (Stein
Bloch) have been studying your needs, and know
your requirements, and we
HAVE THE CLOTHES
Sack suits, with long roll lapels, and military
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lots of shape, besides some a little quieter. Being
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Anybody can make clothes; it
takes brains to make our Stein-Bloch
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ripened by 52 years of knowing how,
has given these clothes the style and
distinction which has won them fame
and following among judicious
A new lot of fancy vests
have just arrived. Some In
teresting styles and patterns
for the season's wear.
M AGNES MATSON