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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIJIES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1000.
COOS BAY BRIEFS
Editorial Rooms - - - - 1 33 1
Business Office - - - - 1331
Art Club Picnic. The members of
the Ladies' Art Club held their laat
meeting for this season Friday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Charles
Bradbury. It was decided to hold the
annual club picnic Sunday at Char
leston Bay. The steamer Flyer has
been chartered to take the crowd to
the grounds. Only members and
their families will be present.
The club Is composed of twenty
ladles. They meet once a week and
devote the afternoon to sewing and a
social good time. Following are the
officers: President, .Jlrs. Frank Sum
ner; vice-president, Mrs. George
Shelly; secretary, Mrs. James Cowan;
treasurer, Mrs. I. Condron.
Fishing Party Kcturn. Mr. and
Mrs. T. G. Harriman, Long Beach;
Lo and L. H. Smith, Long Beach;
Charles Parker, Myrtle Point; B. II.
Do Jersey, Long Beach; William Cat
to, Upland, California, and C. P. Dor
ian, of Marshfleld, returned yesterday
from a five days' fishing trip to Ten
Mile. They report a fine time and
good fishing luck.
Graduates AVlth Honors The
graduation exercises at the University
of Oregon will bo held tomorrow im
mediately after which William G.
Chandler, a member of the class in
engineering, will start for homo in
company with Ills mother and broth
er, arriving on the steamer Alliance
l'antatorium's New Home. Gow
Why will commence the construction
of a building on his property between
the Dow warehouse and the- building
occupied by the Walker Art Studio,
today. The structure will be twelve by
thirty feet in size and Is to bo occu
pied by the Unique Pantatorium, of
which Clifford Bayless is proprietor.
Sunday Excursion. The Bandon
excursion Sunday was well patron
ized, over four hundred people at
tending from Coos Bay. The trahT
trip to Coquille was not only greatly
enjoyed, but also the river trip to
Bandon. Many of the excursionists
took a dip in the Pacific.
Mr. Chandler leaves the University
of Oregon with the highest honors
over bestowed upon a graduate of
mechanical draughting In that insti
tution. He will assist his father in
opening th0 Southport and Henry
Platting Eighty Acres Codding &
Robinson, civil engineers, are busy
running lines on a plat of eighty acres
of land owned by the Southern Ore
gon Company, which will bo put on
the market in a short time. The
land is located north of West Marsh
fleld. Good Catch. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Howard, H. J. Linden and McMahon,
who went to Ten Mile Saturday for a
fishing trip, yesterday sent to M. A.
Sweetman a fine trout. 17 inches
- long. .Thoy report a. lino time and
plenty of flsh.
y A'iolluist Here. Carl Grlssen, a
well known musician of Spokane, is
I In the city on a business trip. Mr,
I GIssen is a violinist of nqte, having
aUulied in Berlin forseven"yearsre-
turning last summer, "ttfwhich time
ho visited Coos Bay for a short time.
Father Donnelly Lent vs. Father
I Donnelly left on tho Alliance Suu-
i day morning for Portland, from
Which place he Is going to New York
; and other eastern cities on n business
!and pleasure trip which will keep him
away for about a mouth
1 Trcinnin Brothers Leave. Fradk
and Harry Tromaln. who lirivn linnn
f visiting for sonio weeks with frlonds
In Marshflold, returned to their homo,
Bellingham, Wash., Sunday on tno
i steamer Alliance.
I Water Car Out. Tho water car
t which was damaged a short tlmo ago
f on tho Coos Bay, Rosoburg and East-
orn will bo reday to leavo
1 In a few day.
J Bishop Goes Fishing. Bishop
Sraddlug and wlfo loft for a thref
J. da" fishing trip to Ton Mile yestor
day in compauy with J. W. Bennett
and Arthur McKcown.
New Meat Scale. Henry Holm has
erected a scnlo just outsldo tho door
of I1I3 now butcher sliop for weigh
ing meat received from tho claughtoi
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Furnished by K. Mingus, local
Sot Maximum ,.. G8
Wind N. V., Clear
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TO NORTH BEND
The Neighbors From the Other End
Of Peninsula Scalp the
Locals--6 to 3
.J. J J J. J . $ J J 4$, J J $fr J ,$ J
COSS COUNTY LEAGUE,
Marshfleld at North Bend.
$ Coquille at Bandon.
Stnnding of the Clubs.
Team. P. W. L. P.Ct.
Marshfleld 3 2 1 .GGG
North Bend 3 2 1 .G6C
Coquille 3 2 1 .GGG
Bandon 3 0 3 .000
J. j $ .j. ! .j .j .j. j j j $. .j. j j .j.
Marshfleld lost her first game of
the League series Sunday afternoon
on the home grounds to North Bend
by a scoro of six to three, in the
presence of the record crowd of the
season. The locals were weak in
fielding, having nine errors charged
against them, while the North Bend
team was charged with only three.
The pitching of Graham and
Wright was about a stand-off, the lat
ter being touched for ten hits with
a total of twelve bases, while Graham
was hit for nine with the same total
number of bases. Strike out honors
went to Wright, who put away Ave in
that manner, while Graham blanked
four. Graham allowed two to reach
first on account of a pass and hit
ting the batsman, making the total
number of men reaching first four
teen. Four stolen bases were cred
ited to the Marshfleld team which,
coupled with the number reaching
first, should have netted more runs
than North Bend secured, but errors
on the part of the locals defeated
Captain McKeown intends making
some changes In ls team this week
which should give him a bunch of
winners next Sunday, when they
again meet North Bend, this time on
the latter's grounds.
Pretty House For a Small Family Estimated Cost,
Copyrltfht, 1007. by Ceortfe W. Payne fc Son, Carthatfe. 111.
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This pretty Uttlo cottaso was built la DaUaa City. lllH t a cost ot 1100,
Its roonM aw largo and attmctlvely arronceO. The outdda wnlls aro woather
boarded vrttk six lach aldlag. The Interior-, M nahirSl flnlabtM y.llov pkt
ea tb fljal flaw -4 palata wilts pM tae lecoml itory.
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a.b. r. h
Wickman, c. f 5 0 1
po. a. e.
0 0 0
Felter, lb 4 0 0 13
Gale, 2b 5 0 2 4
Gaffney, a. s 4 1 0
Kcane, 3b 5 3 4
Graham, p 5 1 l
Lyons, c 5 1 0
Wells, r. f 5 0 1
Paul, 1. f 4 o 1
Totals 42 G 10 27 13" 3
a.b. r. h. po. a. e.
Dlmmlck, lb 4 0 011 0 2
Cowan, c 5 0 1 6 2 1
McKeown, 2b 3 1 0 G 2 1
Snyder, 1. f 4 1 3 0 0 1
Tower, s. s 4 0 1 1 2 0
Lambertonc. f.... 4 0 1 0 0 0
Truman, r. f l o 0 0 0 1
Polemus, r. f 3 0 0 0 0 1
Wright, p 4 1 1 1 6 0
Llljeqvlst, 3b 4 0 2 2 1 2
Totals 3G 3 9 27 13 0
Summary. Two-base hits Keane,
2; Cowan, 1; Snyder, 1; Tower, 1.
oioien oases Wright, 1; Dlmmlck,
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W right, 5; Graham, 4. Bases on
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Graham, 1. Passed balls Lyons, 2.
Time, 1:20. Umplres-Kchoe and
Score by Innings.
North Bend 02020010 1 G
10 1 1 O nnlin -. TT11 I - j
Marshfleld 20000010 0 3
Entries Are Ccmirg n Reprclfy
J. L. Nays Will Make
Daily the interest seems to grow
in the races to be held In Marshfleld
July 3. F. P. Norton, secretary of
the Coos Bay Racing Association, has '
just received a letter from J. L. Nays, '
tno well-known horseman of Port
Orford, stating that he will start a
man immediately with a string of
horses and to enter them in the com- '
lng meet. Mr. Nay's racing stock
has achieved fame throughout the
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State, and it Is a foregone conclusion
that his entries will makoi stiff race
for purse honors on July 3. Lady
May, Mablo Wood, Maud M. and sev
eral other race horses havo been
raised by him. Following are tho
Race No. 1. Two nnd thrce-ycar-
lds. Purse $100. Half mile.
J. B. Herron, owner; G. Greauliu,
Teddle, by Skipper.
R. D. Hume, owner; O. T.'Hunie,
St. Modan, by Mileslo.
F. P. Norton, on iter; Charles Mont
Headlight, by Jo K.
North Bend Stables; Snyder, trainer.
Evados, by Imperial Calvador.
North Bend Stables; Armstrong,
Chestnut filly, by Blenheim.
Race No. 2. Four-year-olds and up
wards. Purse 9100. Half mile.
J. R. Herron, owner; G. Grenlin,
R. J). Hume, (inner; O. T. Hume,
Skipper, by Prince Rudolph.
Hemlngnay, owner; Mntizey,' Ir.ilncr.
Diadem, by Dlvola.
Nnre No. 3. Tn o-yenr-old,
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Tia Juana, by Imperial Calvador.
North Bend Stables, Snyder, trainer.
Evados, by Imperial Calvador.
North Bond Stables; Snyder, trainer.
Shlela, by Sir Hampton.
F. P. Norton, owner; Armstrong,
Chestnut filly, by Glenheim.
F. P. Norton, owner; Armstrong,
Brown filly, by I. R. Gieolstlm.
J. L. Nay, owner; Montjoy, trainer.
Greenlaw, by All Green.
Race No. . Free-for-all. Purse
9100. Half mile. Fee 920.
J. R. Herron, owner; Grenlin, trainer.
Crescent. (As this race did not fill
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entries will remain open till July
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Race No. 5. Saddle Horses. Purse
930. Half mile. Fee $5.
Fifteen dollars for first; ten dollars
for second; five for third. Entrance
fees payable July 3, noon. Every
body invited to bring out their ponies
and mako a run for tho money.
BAY CITY TEAM
Tho Independents will meet the
ball team of Bay City in a contest
Sunday forenoon on tho local League
grounds. Tho game is to bo called
at 10 o'clock, and promises to bo
warmly contested, ns both teams are
said to be in good shape, although
this is their first gamo outsldo of
regular practice, which has been
going on for several weeks.
VS fflGH SCHOOL
The Junior Independents and tho
High School baseball teams will con
test for diamond supremacy on the
Depot grounds next Sunday after
noon. Play will begin at 2:30
o'clock. There Is strong rivalry be
tween tho two teams and a good
warm game is anticipated. Tho pro
ceeds will be given to the Marshfleld
Public Library Association. Admis
sion will bo 25 and 15 cents. The
line-up is as follows:
Junior Independents. Abbott, c;
Kruger, 3b; Johnson, 2b; B. AVilson,
lb; Hansen, s. s.; Nemleo, 1. f.;
Lang, c. f.; Hoglln, r. f.; M. Kruger,
High School. Rasmussen, lb; Do-
vcrs, 2b.; Curtis, 3b.; Prentiss, c;
Stutsman, c. f.; Hansen, s. s.; Flana
gan, p.; Welder, r. f.; Gulovson, 1. f.
NEW FIRM'S OPENE
AUSPICIOUS EVENT J
Hundreds Throng Going and Har
vey's Furniture Storc-..N0
1454 Takes Stove
The now furniture firm of Q0n
& Harvey held Its formal mJ
last evening in tho large now ti
on Front street. It was a JS
Bticcess. Hundreds nf ni. . ' I
,. .,. .. rv l"Uffav
.....uubu wiu aioro ana admired th
merchandise. During the eWnh , ,
music was furnished by th0 Coos Ba!"
Orchestra. ffho orchestra Wa,
forced to respond to repeated encores
Tho feature was the drawing f0r&'
handsomo steel range which was woa
by No. 1454. The person holding
number was not present at the til
of the drawing. The winner will bt
given tho stov0 on calling at th
store and presenting the lucky num
tho suit. Stein- Bloch
iailors it ' into all their
"clothes; and tho clothes
being puro wool, it stays
in rain and mist and bad
aroon our tables: Pftl
win bo Avortli , yours
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ivimo to try tnemj ,even
J? 1 . H J fl-Wftfl1
ii no more '-'Xil
ThanJjTry them oi
The same standard JKfoJ-j
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. lowed in our Youths and jg
Juvenilo Clothing. , A1 great)
shovying of high class gar-8
ments for the young fellows
can be seen for the as
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