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THE DAH.Y COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD. OREGON. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1907
HINT FOR A HISTORICAL PAINTING.
Do Soto Roosevelt discovering the Mississippi.
Bradley in Chicago News.
Marshfield High School Songs & Yells
Then cheer for
The (feuters, ends and backs;
And give 'em tho ax, the ax, boys,
JUid give 'em the High School ax:
Get a rat-trap bigger than a cat-trap,
Cannibal, cannibal, sissboom bah!
Marshfield High School, Rah, rah,
"Taint no He, 'taint no bluff,
-Marshfleld boys are red-hot stuff!
Sis boom bah! Marshfield High!
First on the gridiron, last to die!
..Bah! Rah! Rah!
Look at the elephants, bah-bah-boo!
Wo aro Marshfield, who are you?
Will we skin 'em, Well I guess!
Who will skin 'em? The M. H. S.
Boom ta la! Whee-e-e-e, etc.
Marshfield High School, (
Pumpkins and squash,
Can we skin 'em?
Yes, by gosh!
Give 'em the ax, the 'ax, the ax!
Give 'em the nx, tho ax, the ax!
Give 'em the ax, the ax, the ax!
Give 'em tho ax, where?
Right in the neck, tho neck, the neck,
Right In the neck, tho neck, tho neck,
Right In the neck, the neck, tho neck,
Itlght In the neck, there!
V I C T O R Y !
Aro we in it? Well I guessE "'V3V&
Marshfield High School! Yes, yes, yes.
Hack 'em, chop 'em,
Give 'cm tho ax!
Throw 'em down, mow 'em down,
Right In their tracks.
Roll 'em, tumblo 'em,
Lay 'em out cold!
With a "Hip, hip, hurrah!"
For tho purplo and gold!
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Rah! SI! Ki! YI! .. ' ,
Hot, cold, wet, dry. ""
Got there, Ell!
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Ga rah! Ga rah! Ga room!
Marshfield High School, yip, yah,
North Bend High School, givo us
Mali, mah mail! ! v.TV "
Bah, bah, bah! -V-.t
Do 'em easy, do 'em quick!
Show 'em Marshfield knows a trick!
One, two, three, four, five, six, soven!
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The Marshfield team of nineteen sov
en. Kalamazoo, kazoo, kazax!
Give North Bond the Marshfield ax'
Boom le-yo! Boom le-yo!
Ho! Ho! Ho!
Rah, rah, rah!.
Rah! Rah! Rah!
Pa! Pa! Pa!
Run and tell your ma! ma! ma!
Marshfield does not have to chew
The Rag! Rag! Rag!
Sis! Boom! Bah! 1
High School! High School! ' J'"
Rah! Rah! Rah!
Rah! Rah! Reo! . ' ',
Who aro we?
Don't you see? " """$.,
High School! Whee-e-e-e-e-e-e!
Ra, re, rl, ro,
Ring, chlng, chang!
Marshfield School Team!
Zip! Boom! Bang!
Wa hoo! Wa hoo! Rip, zip, bCfCia!
We will yell for the M. II. S!
Who are, who ar, who are we?
Wo aro the girfif from tho High
Beef steak, beef steak,
Hash, hash, hash!
Ours Is tho team you cannot smash!
What's tho matter with North Bend?
She's all right.
Who's all right?
Who says so?
Oh, what a liar
Oh, what a liar
Oh, what a liar
Booln, Boola, Boola, Boola
Cheer for Marshfield.
Cheer for Marshfield.
Then we'll rough houso the North
Till thoy holler Boola-boo.
Tune, "Yankeo Doodle."
North Bond lost tho football gamo,
And don't know whero to find it.
If you aro wise of courso you'll know
That Marshfield was bohlnd it.
How thoso North Bond boys did play.
Wo did beat them bad today,
Possibly You Do?
Wo luivo a number in stock which
wo propose to offer you nt a
Discount of 25 per
cent. Today Only
THE STORE THAT
SELLS FOR LESS
iBig Bargain Sale oil
A lot of Men's, Boys', Ladies' and Misses' rain
proof garments; "just the thing for this wet
weather." Goods that wjere left over from a season
before that we are anxious to close out and will sell
at any price that will make them move,
Don't Delay, for they are the
Greatest Bargains we Have
Gents' Coats in Black, Tan, Gray and Navy,
come blanket lined and absolutely water proof,
no better garment made for rainy weather, some re
tailed as high as $15, While
they last you can have your Jk 4 fjlj
choice of the entire lot all sizes w w
Boys' Mackintoshes and
Garments that are absolutely water proof and
just the article for school wear, m
While they last and you will Jl j
have to come early, Choice t
Ladies9 aid Misses9 Mackintoshes
Only a few of these garments to pick from and for an
extra good bargain take your pick for just
Don't think because we are offering these Coats so cheap
that they are worthless. Come and examine them, it costs you
nothing and if you don't say they are bargains we will present
you with one gratis.
FOR RELIAfeLE GOODS
Hawley Introduces Letters by
Adams to Relatives Owning
to Damnable Crimes.
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You will roach tho ducks If you
uso Mllner's shells.
WRIGHT WILL NOT
SELL TO FRANCE
Several CJovornments Aro Wilding
on Craft So Lonf? Guarded
Paris, Nov. 1C Orvlllo Wright,
tho Dayton (O.) aeronaut, who, with
his brother, la supposed to have In
vented tho most practical airship In
the- world, has departed from Paris
"to continue negotiations with tho
French Governmont for tho purchase
of tho model machine. Tho Wright
"brothers, It Is said, hare offorod a
model to Franco for $100,000 after
demonstrating that the real airship
can navlgato 12 & miles and return
to tho starting point.
Tho Wrights rofuso to glvo Franco
tho oxcluslvo right to tho machlno
and as a result sovornl nations aro
bidding for modols. England,
Franco and Russia and Jripan havo
negotiated with him, whllo his homo
Government, America, neglected tho
first chance to buy.
LEAVES ROOM IN TEARS
Mrs. Adams Breaks Down AVlien In
criminating Epistles Aro Itead
To tho Jury.
Stiletto Pocket Knives will al
ways hold nn edgo. Mllner's.
Tho Ladles' Art Club will meet on
Friday of this wook with Mrs. Frank
Times Want Ads Itrlng Results.
Spokane, Nov. 21. A special to
tho Spokesman-Review from Rath
drum, says: The most dramatic In
cident connected with tho trial of
Stove Adams was tho Introduction o
two letters by Prosecutor Hawley for
tho stato this afternoon. Tho defense
objected to their being read to tho
jury, but Judge Wood declared them
properly identified. During the read
ing of tho first letter, Mrs. Adams
arose from beside her husband and
left tho room In tears. Sho did not
return for nn hour. Adams turned
marblo white and was motionless.
His attorneys were nonplussed. The
lottors wero not Introduced In evi
dence at tho Wallaco trial from tho
fact that U was not known that a
copy of them had been kept. War
don Whitney, of tho stato peniten
tiary, found them soon afterward.
They wero written between tho time
Adams confessed and signed his con
fession. Darrow, when tho letters
nppeared, set his Jaw and went to
work again as If It wore tho first day
of tho trial Instead of what was sup
posed to bo tho last for taking tes
timony. Tho lottors woro written by
Adams whllo in tho ponltontlary, to
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver, his aunt and
undo, and to his brother, W. T.
'Adams, Their general tenor Is dis
closed in tho following oxtract; "I
was glad to hoar of your bollef In
my Innocence. I wish to God that I
wa3, but I foil into bad company and
was led to commit a number of most
vllo sins, breaking tho laws of both
man and God. Had I stayed with my
church and with the ralslnc of my
poor parents who are, I believe, in
heaven, I would be a free man today.
But I allowed myself to bo led into
sin most damnable. I am going to
try and undo what I havo done and
sin no more."
Each sldo has Introduced Its In
structions, tho stato asking as before,
for murder either In the first or sec
ond degree, or manslaughter. Tho
defense has changed a few of Its sug
gestions. Judgo Wood wants, to fin
ish arguments by Saturday and will
convene court at nlno o'clock to
morrow, when R. E. McFarland and
Henry P. Knight, for tho state, havo
agreed to consume two hours each.
McBeo and Heltman take tho same
time for tho defense. Darro and
Hawley say they will not consume
more than threo hours each, but
Judgo Wood said ho will not limit
them. There will be a night session
tomorrow night but tho defenso may
have a llttlo sur-rebuttal tomorrow
morning. After that tho arguments
will take up tho time.
EPIDEMIC OF SELF.DESTKUC
TION STRIICES TOWN.
Ono Man Accidentally Kills Himself,
Another Makes Attempt and Third
Saved From Drowning.
Spokane, Wash., Nov. 17. Ono
man dead from a rifle shot wound,
solf-lnfllcted, but accidental, and two
attempts by other mon to destroy
their lives, is a record of two days In
Grand Forks, B. C, and vicinity.
Arthur Langford, whllo out deer
hunting, leaned on the barrel of his
rifle. Tho gun was discharged, and
tho bullet went through his stomach.
Langford died Friday boforo medical
assistance could bo given him.
George Elliott cut his throat Fri
day with a Jackknlfo and immediate
ly thereafter Jumped Into Kottlo riv
er. Tho water proved to bo too cold
and ho swam out. Ills wound will
not provo fatal.
Anothor attempt to ond his life by
drowning was inado Saturday by a
man named Clancy, who also Jumped
into Kettle rlrer. Clancy was rescued.
Story and Half Cottage.
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