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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIM ES, ifrlARSHFIELD. OREGON, TUESDAY, AUGUST qP307.
COOS BAY BRIEFS
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' TIMES TELEPHONES
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Business Office - ,- - - (331
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!fr DRAIN STAGE SCHEDULE.
The Drain stago boat leaves
Marshfleld at 1 a. m.; return-
4 lng, arrives at C
45 a. m.
5 lilanco George W. Hatch, San
l?ranclsco; Miss Walnscott, Port-
Miss Mitchell, Portland; Miss
Culbertson, Portland; Mrs. J. B.
Jlirown, Portland; Vm. Clinton and
folfe, Myrtle Point; Ole
SJos. P.vburn. Portland: John Daly.
U'ortland; A. C. James, San Francls-
ivu; win ruifjrtiuii, uuuvur xim, iti. u.
R. G. Bonell, Portland; T.
h. Whlteman, Wheeling, W,
IE. White hnd wife, Portland;
'ftVIngfield, San Francisco; Mrs. " U.
Wilier and family; Lloyd Cooper,
U'ortland; Edwin .f Schultz, North
Spend; EdwardParsley; J. E. Paul
fson, Coquille; T. A. Walker, Co
uiullie; Thos. O'Donoghue, San Fran-
L. Flyun; C.
Tflnlfl nnd itrlfn VT T Pnpmnn T.nH
IU l.l.U 1...V, !. . -. ....., uuu
Angeles; J. O. Cralne, Los Angeles;
'Geo. Bowman, -Bandon; A. B. Rob
inson, Bandon; J. M. Cole, Salem;
S. Y. Davis, Myrtle Point; S. Graf,
. . .
, A Case of Buck Fever. George
Toy, Fred Johnson, Wm. Gamble,
Watt Short and George Nichols ar
rived home Saturday afternoon from
South Bay, where they had been to
hunt deer. Th'ey were entirely
skunked, and there are as many deer
In that vicinity as before they ar
rived. The boys tell a story on John
son, of his encountering a large deer
In the trail and being attacked by a
serious case of buck fever. Any
way, the .buck was not molested and
Ferrey, Fred Johnson, Wm. Gamble,
the crowd feel Johnson had the only
real chance to land sonle venison.
They started. five deer during their,
trlii. South Bay is three miles below
MilkliiK Machine Test. Mrs. Yoa
' lcani, of Coos Rives;, gave a milking
machine demonstration at her ranch
Sunday afternoon. There were fifty
K guests and all were unanimous,.,. in
iCtho belief that tho machine is a
Incomplete, success. One man from
"Curry county intends putting in four
'machines. Mrs. Yonk-.m informs the
IfTimes that Stnte Dairy Inspector
Bailey will bo on Coos Bay shortly
'to look after the dairies in this coun
'ty and see where. improvements can
She made. , . N
! Alliance In Port. The Alliance
beanie in over tho bar yesterday morn
ing at 5:30, with li large list of pas
sengers, 372 tons of freight, Includ
t ing a large re-saw for tho Coos Bay
Manufacturing Co'., of North Bond,
and nn automobile belonging to
Henry Hoeck. Tho unloading was
finished last night nnd the ship will
sail on the return trip nt ten o'clock
Central Frank Murphy; Geo.
'White and wife, Portland; Bert Mar
tin; rvin Wisner, Portland; II. G.
Schryver, Polo, 111.; Mrs. Watson; C.
L. Butterileld, Portland; C. II.
Brooks, Sumpter; John Wastedt; C.
Bonner, Myrtle PoTnt; Joe McDanlol;
, V. C. Austin; Thos. Nolan; Walter
.' Elliott, Empire; N. F. Throne.
lleceivcd Sad News. Arthur
Greon, a young man who is employed
lit tho Smith sawmill, received a tolo-
' o'rain yesterday announcing tho death
.of his father, A. O. Green, of Mlnuo-
SV apolls. Tho deceased was in fnirly
good health when Arthur left Min-
, .nenpolls six wcoks ago. Ho takes
'Ctho Alllanco today and will hurry
vVonst for the funernl.
a Would Move Shipyard. While at
Bandon last Sunday it camo to a
. "'limes ropresontatlvo In a roundabout
f, way that Mr. llecknndorff, tho ship-
Jhulldor who is nt Prosper, Is desirous
tfof moving his plant to Coos Bay. Ho
, Is completing u ship now under con-
I struction, and which should bo lln-
iBhort bometimo within j a month or
Dcmaiid for literature. Thero is
u largo demand nt tho Chambor of
Commerce for advertising matter,
junost of which comes from straugors
see. 'more is promy oi meraiuro tor
local parties and they should make
tood use of tt.
J 'Valley Men' on 'Coos Bay. O. 3.
sethbr and Ilenry Booth, tho fornter
of Glendalc, and the latter of Rose
burg, &rc on the Bay tor a few days'
stay. Their chief business is attend
ance upon tho regular yearly meet
ing of tho Coos Bay Townslte stock
holders' meeting wjiiolu occurs today.
Brings Automobile. Henry -Ho ck
camo in yesterday on the Allian'ce
from Astoria and brought hl large
touring car. tJjSiwas out yesterday
afternoon sjHfc about the coun
try and showgHIRe Coos Bay inhab
itants tho first car over run ,ln the
Big Engine Shipped. The; largo
logging engine recently purchasedyy
the Powers-Smith Logging company,
was taken to Hodges creek yesterday
afternoon, where it will soon be lint
into commission as a yarding -engine.
The machine has 1800 feet of inch
and an eighth cable.
- huccesbftil 1 fun tins Trlp.Al Nic
hols, Gocrgo Wilson and Ray Rozelle
arrived home Sunday from 'Cthry
county, where they had a very suc
cessful hunting trip. fThey drove
through and were absent about ten
Pocahontas vgual. Pochhontak
Degree held a social in the R,ed Men
hall last. flight. Refreshments were
served and dancing occupied the lat
ter part of the evening. A very pleas
ant time was the result. IncidenUy,
the Times was remembered by some
Moves to New Home. D. Fergu
son is moving to his new residence
in uay view, me uome Is not fully
completed, but by reason of a re
quest for more rent on the part of
Ills landlord, he concluded to move
To Curry County Ranch. Judge
J. M. Upton accompanied the base
ball contingent to Bandon Sunday,
and afterwards went on to CUrry
county to visit his father and family
on tho Upton ranch.
Eagle Resumes Run. The launch
Eagle will resume her regular run
between North Bend and Marshfleld
today. She has a new coat of paint
and has been fully repaired.
In From Homestead. Earl Win
ner camo in from his homestead on
Fall Creek yesterday. He left Mc
Ginty on the ground and he is pass
ing tho time by trapping.
Teachers' Institute. Superintend
ent of schools, W. H.Bunch, an
nounces tho regular annual Institute
iO, 21 and i22.
Second hand and now goods
bought and sold at Mickey'scoi:d
Hand Store in North Bond. C '
;If you want to sull any -,old
thing see Mickey, the Second Hand
mnn.Mn North Bend. ) "
Knights Columbus. Tako 'yiK;
tlco. Attendance wanted tonight.
Business of importance. CJ '
On and after Augi 4th, F;E.
Wilson will opprate an independent
stage lino between MarshfloldSand
Roseburg. For passage applyfj,0 W.
Knights Columbus. Don't for
get tho mooting tonight. Important
The Sanitary Meat Market, will
open Monday, August 5. Phono 1001.
Wo havo a choice lino of beef, mut
ton, pork and veal. Wo also have
an ico box, and solicit your inspec
tion of she;). C. H. Hall, prop., cor.
Front and Third Streets. -
WITH LARGE LIST
Portland, Ore., Aug. C. The fol
lowing passengers sailed tonight on
tho steumer Breakwater: I. A. Car
ron. L. M. Suppleo, Dr. W. Toye, H.
G. Hoy, Mrs. L. Wise, Mrs. W. H.
Hawes, E. IC. Jones and wifo, W. F.
Zwick, Fred Zwick, Misses White, B.
D. Dudsworth and wire, V. C. Kamp
and wife, J. T. Stoneroud and family,
Mrs. Aniatoln, Miss Amstein. Mrs.
Roso'Dunn, Miss Dunn, Clydo Boat
man, A"' Jeldnass, Lowis BOgart and
wife, J. L. Bowman, W. V. W.ilrd,
Captain McClean and wife, C. J.
West fall;, AJlen Wentworth, R. A.
Bates, James Maddon, C. Bolstor,
Jack fiurdlck, Jerry - Buckley, Ed.
Kilfeather, U. Murphy, E. M. Bapy.
J. G. Simmon, S. P. Bartlott, Mr, and
Mrs. Whltworth and family, J. vW.,
Vinvlckcr, Mrs., W,,A, Wood,)Mrs.'
Ernest Brown Miss Rohr,,Mr.J, J,
Clmmborlnln nnd family, Mrs, 'ElHs
and daimrter. Mrs. Sorctin nnd ilnnirli.
-tori SmUoy.-.Mr.-6laterPrQd Sshoo-
macher, E. Stossol, Mrs. G. F. Mit
chell, 11, Barker and thirteen steerage.
' FOR BANDON
J.H. Price Secures Site for New
Shipyard ft at Bandon,
READY IN THREE WEEKS
Orders Placed for Machinery Pre
ferred to Stay AVith First
J. H. Price, tho Bandon ship
builder, who recently returned from
San-F,rahcisco, after rhavlng settled
his fire loss with the insurance com
panies which carried his risk, has
c6mpleted arrangements for rebuild
ing his shipyard and has secured a
location in Bandon, next to the Cody
Lumber Company's sawmill. He has
coramencod.work.on the ,new- site and
expects to be ready for resumption of
work in about throe weeks. Several
orders Jiave been placed with Frank
Hague for machinery and as soon as
Mr. Price learns just' what is needed
he Will place his full order. Bandon
people came to hij aid and expressed
themselves as solicitous that the
shipyard should remain in that city
and Mr. Price considered no outside
offer to-removo the industry. The
Bandon people feel greatly pleased
at his deaision and showed the 20th
century spirit in making it possible
and agreeable for Mr. Price to re
main with them.
BASE BALL FIELDER
TAKES ACCIDENTAL BATH
Falls in Creek While Running for
Long Fly Ball "Water Was
Coquille, Ore., Aug. 1907.
News of the sad death of Frank
Barrows has just been received. He
had gone out into the mountains of
Curry County to enjoy a hunt with
friends, when In some manner his
gun was discharged and the bullet
entered his body causing death almost-instantly,
though he had time to
send a last message to his mother,
wife and eight children. He was en
glneer on the old steamer Dispatch
for many years, was a good man, and
well liked by all.
A big fire is raging in Aasen's log
ging camp on Rink Creek. Though
the camp is not running at present,
no doubt much damago will be done,
Hnd taluame .timber destroyed.
In 'the ball game here yesterday
between Coquille and North Bend
tho leaders virtually "cinched" the
ponnant, by taking N. B. into camp
by a score of S to 2. It' was a slow
and featureless game, except when
one of the S'. B. team stopped to take
a bath, which caused a good deal of
merriment. Left fielder Paul was
running backward after a long fly
and went over tho bank Into tho
creek, which was about 10 feet deep
where ho landed, and about half full
of water. A great hush fell over the
spectators until the otjhor fellows
ran to his assistance and pulled him
out, dripping with water. When he
regained his feet ho shook himself
and said "Come on in boys, the water
is fine." As soon as tho people got
quiet from the excitement oi the acci
dent, tho game went on as though
nothing had happened. North Bend
lost tho game through her numerous
01'rar.Si and tho Inability of some of
her men to move; notably, the first
baseman, seemed rs though ho
thought It sure death to jump or ex
ert himself to get tho ball. Foote
pitched a line game against the heavy
hitting leaders, holding them down
to soven hits, two of them being of
tho scratch variety, and striking out
9 men to Collier's 0. If Foote had
hud tho support that Collier's team
mates gavo lilin. tho result might
havo been different. Coquille put
up n better article of ball than they
have boon doing for tho last few
Mr. Jarvls, tho night watchman.
has sold his residence, houso and one
aero of land, to P. Ncikels. for J1000.
3. TFl rnti ili n
,ftw Yoi-k, jug.
' . " 7 -,.. ..
letter from Prtsldont RoosoSeltlt Is
learned that Augustus St. Gaudens,
who died at Coriiisti, N. II., tonight,
designed the now gold coins whioh
sign Is probably tho last completed
work that loft the hands of the
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A partial list of our hornsryAU steel
black Japan horns; all steel j Flower
horns, red, black and f blue; all steel
Japaned, ;with brass bell, solid brass,
wood fibre, paper, steel bell, nicfcle
plated inside and out with beautiful
v a . A jg
nana pamtea powers sn sizes irom ten
inch to thirty-six finch be!L
record, the Colu
to one dollar,
to live collars, w
raent of record carry
C Street Between Front and Broadway
Por Best Waltz A Handsome Prize.
Ladies' Prize Waltz-Watch and Chain, $25.00.
Gentleman's Prize Waltz-Silver Shaving Mug and Brush $9.50.
Ladies' Two-Step-Gold Bracelet $9.50.
Gentleman's Two-Step-Silver Cork Screw.
I ' Tickets'on sale
a comMete assort-
he Prize to be Given for
Several Other Prizes.
At the n
at several business houses $1.25.
irom 25 cents
ictor from 35c