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TnE DAILY COOS DAY TIMKS. MAnSIWIKM). OnEflON, SUNDAY, JUXE 23, 1007.
James Fielder, Foreman On Coos
liny, Kosenui-R ami Eastern, Al
most Instantly Killed.
Jumes Fielder, section foreman on
the Coos Bay-Roscburg and Eastern
Railroad, was accidentally killed yes
terday afternoon about 2:30 by
being hit by a moving train. Mr.
Fielder had stepped to one side of
the track to allow No. 2 to pass and
his men stepped on the opposite side.
When the train was but a short dis
tance from him he attempted to cross
over and tripped, falling over the
track. The engine and three flat
cars passed over his body before the
train was stopped. He died before
the section men could carry him to
The train was running at a twelve
mile speed at the time of the acci
dent. The deceased was about 40 years
old and leaves a widow and two chil
dren, who live at Coleado. He had
been in the employ of the Coos Bay
Hoseburg and Eastern Railway Com
pany for about three years.
I - Ice Cr
Ice Cream Soda
BLANCO CIGAR STORE
The steamer F. A. Kilgurn arrived
from Portland yesterday forenoon
and sailed on her way to San Fran
cisco In the evening at G o'clock from
Following Is the list of Incoming
W. C. Parker, Mrs. E. M. Mc
Glnie, S. Bennett, M. O. Potter, H.
Tourner and wife, Mrs. C. Clark,
Paul Muthke, Mrs. Davis, son and
daughter, Irving Bath, P. Strand
berg, M. Powers, Mrs. J. B. Scoggln,
J. L. French and wife, E. E. Stamard,
C. F. Byrne, D. C. Gibson, G. II. Mc
Green, Dr. J. H. Knox, L. P. Barler,
F. J. Wagner, A. Hay, Bertha Hay,
C. S. Dodger and family and five
Leaves for Homestead. F. E.
Hague will leave Monday morning
for his homestead In the Fall Creek
country. He Is going up for the pur
pose of putting In his summer crop
and to plant a few trees.
Family Returns. Mr. Zlmmer and
family returned yesterday from a
short visit in Boise, Idaho.
ASK FOR fiOLDEX SHEAF.
Liquor. Sold at leading bars.
COOS BAY ORCHESTRA
MONDAY JUNE 24th 1907
1 March, The Majestic, Alexander
2 Wftftz, June Bride F. S. Allen
3 Mfdly Overture, Its Up to You
COME AND WIN THE STEEL RANGE
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Furnished by the Title Guarantee
and Abstract Company, Henry
Dinger Herman to E. N. Smith,
lots 1 and 2, block 13, Lenherr's Ex
tension, Myrtle Point: $100.
Oliver Finney to George H. Crow,
parcel of land In section 17, town
ship 29, range 12, 2 1-40 acres; $800
J. A. Davenport to John Peart, par
cel of land In section 32, township
27, range 13; $145.
John Marsden to Bennett Trust
Co., lot 20, block 20, North Bend;
M. B. Zimmer to George W. Beale,
lot 15, block 13, North Bend; $10.
H. Lockhart to I. M. Condron, lots
11, 12, 13, 14 and 15, block 25,
l til Up
1 mk H 0 11
j 1 Ssscces
the Honor of
. Between the hours of .",
8 p. m. and 10 p.
The following are a fine select
ions of the Musical Programe
to be rendered the evening by The
Coos Bay Orchestra
Railroad Addition, Marshfleld; $10.
George II. Crow to L. C. Rey
nolds, southeast quarter of northeast
quarter, east half of southeast quar
tor, northwest quarter of southeast
quarter, section 33, township 26,
rango 14; $2,000.
Archlo Kruso to D. D. Campbell,
southwest qunrter of northwest quar
ter, northwest quarter of southwest
quarter, section 33, township 24,
rango 11; $1.
R. E. Shine to F. M. Frledburg,
lot 5, block Z, Western Addition,
A. J. Wilson to Magglo Neadeau,
22 acres In lot 4, section 2, township
28, range 13; $1,100.
E II. Hussey to John Marsden,
lots 12, 13, 14, block 1, Spokane Ad
dition to Coos Bay; $10
R. B. Horron to Bennett Trust Co.,
sors to Bradly & Trover
your Presence at their
lot 17, block G5, Bennett's Addition
to Marshfleld; $G00.
D. L. Rood to Bennett Trust Co.,
lot 20, block 24, Railroad Addition
to Marshfleld; $1,500.
Geo. M. HIto to Emma E. Easton,
parcel of land In Fisher's Addition to
W. W. Gage, sheriff, to J. Danly
Budd, northeast quarter section 28,
township 25, rango 10; $40G.25.
Chns. Collier to W. Taylor Dement,
parcel of land In section 1, township
2S, rango 13; $1,147. G5.
I. S. Kaufman, trustee, to Thos.
Vigors, lots 10 and 11, block 4,
Bangor Plat A; $10.
Lizzie Bentz to W. G. Lawhorn, lot
17, block 1, Flagstaff; $10.
Lee Goodman to Martha Goodman,
lot 12, block 7, Elliott's Addition to
Wackie P. Beyer
4 Trombone Solo, Souviner Waltz
J. G Heed, Robert L, Simpson
5 Serenade, Cupids Charms H, C. Miller
6 Concert Waltz, Sweet Rememberance
7 March, Golden Dome Taylor
Also Other Selection
W. J. Rust to A. L. BrleTTTT,
block 1G, Ocean View Addltol '
North Bond? r.n ulU0n to
Heirs of P. Flanagan to Pr.Ji
, ,, Muuiier of emiti,
cast quarter, southwest quarter i
northeast quarter, lots 2, 3 J .
section 35, township 2G, rang 14
Also northeast quarter of northe ,
quarter, northwest quarter of north
oast quarter, section 3, townshln
rango 14; $775.33. p ''
Annual Rail The members of th
volunteer flro department have de
cided to give their annual ball In the
I. O. O. F. Hall tho evening of the
Fourth Th0 committee in charge
is endeavoring to mako this the
grandest affair of its kind ever held
In this city. Music will bo furnished
by tho Coos Bay Orchestra.