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THE IAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, iREGON, MONDAY, JULY 27, 1908.
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The $100,000 Stock of the United Stores Company
must be sold at prices never before heard
of on the Pacific Coast
25,000 IN 15 DAYS OR BUST
Sale begins SATURDAY, AUGUST 1st, at 8.00 a. m.
(Closed all day Friday)
This immense stock has been turned over to Lewis Bros & Co. of 'Chicago, who will have full charge of the sale and are bound by contract to
realize $25,000 in 15 days on it, Realizing as they do that to dispose of such a large stock in so short a time marvelous reductions must be made,
They are prepared to offer the entire stock of Men's Shoes, Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Women's and Children's Shoes, Furnishings, Ready-to-Wear
Garments, Suit Cases, Blankets, etc, etc, at
30 to 60 Cents on the Dollar
Nothing will be exempt from ceiling to floor and wall to wall this brand new stock consisting of Summer and Fall Goods up-to-date in every respect
will be unmercifully knived,
Do these marvelous price concessions appeal to you? They are a few of Our many bargains
10,000 Pairs of nil descriptions.
All $2.00 and $2.25 shoes 1.25
All $2.50 and $3.00 shoes vlei
and calf $l-3
All $3.25 to $4.50 box calf,
Patent, vlcl $2.:$5
$15 suits, latest single or dou
ble breasted 9 .50
$15 and $18 Tailored latest
cut suits 9 0.85
$20 to $25 suits, finest im
ported hand-tailored suits. .$12.85
Remember the date:
Ladies9 Silk Waists
All sizes, worth $2.00 and
$2.50, for .91.50
Ladles silk waists, regular
price $4.50, $5.00 and
$5.50, for $3.85
We have a fine line of $1.50 and $2
waists, all sizes for 85c
HONORS MHS. McCOHJIAC.
Murshfleld Woman Elected Grand
Itepi-csvntntUc of Hegioe of Honor.
PORTLAND, Ore., July 27. Tho
Oregon Degree of Honor has just
concluded its annual convention
hero. The following ofllcers were
Grand chief, Harriet C. Loonoy of
Salem; grand L. of H., Sadio E.
Mooro of CorvaliB; grand C. of C,
Ada Kuykendall of Eugene; grand
usher, Morna Hendricks of McMlnn
vllle; grand recorder, Ollio F. Ste
phens of Portland; grand receiver,
Sarah J. Wagnor of Portland; grand
inside watch, May Morehead of Junc
tion City; grand outside watch, Mae
Govurtz of Portland; grand represen
tatives, Mrs. Hnttio McCormac of
MurBhflold; Mrs. Sarah Fastabend of
Astoria, and Mrs. Fidelia I. Mann of
connect with the ball and the sen
sational eighth ended.
In the first of the ninth, Bandon
went out in one-two-threo order, Jor
dan flying out to McKeown and
Hughes and Moore striking out.
Marshfield ABRHSBPO A
THREE TO 10
(Continued From Pago 1.)
couldn't handle it quickly enough to
got R. Meyers at first and Causloy
Thollo was up first for Marshfield
nnd landed a protty single. Owons
did likewise. McCutcheon was hit
by Jordan, filling tho babes. Kolly
followed with n protty single ovor
second allowing Thlelo and Owen
to scoro, and ending with Kolly on
second, nllowlng Thlelo and Owen
second and McCutcheon on third.
McKeown was up next and thon
followed moro fireworks. McKeown
was to bunt, allowing McCutcheou to
score. Jordan attempted to throw
wldo of tho plato and allow A.
Weyors, tho cutchcrs, to tag McCut
cheon out, Jordan threw wide but
McKeown stopped across tho plato
nnd hit near second. McCutcheon
nnd Kelly canio in. Umpire Qoldlo
at first decided to call McKeown out
for Jumping across tho plato and al
low tho two scores but aftor moro
or less rag chewing In which tho
rules woro finally cited, Kolly and
McCutcheon woro compolled to re
turn to second' nnd third, respect
ively. Poralto aud Rutlcdgo couldn't
Owen, 88 .... 4 1 1 0 4 4
McCutcheon3b4 0 0 0 0 0
Kelly. If 4 0 2 0 1 0
McKeown, cf.4 0 0 0 1 0 0
Poralto, lb... 3 1 0 0 10 0 2
Rutledge, c.3 0 2 1 11 0 0
Bryan, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Merchant, 2b. 3000020
Thlelo, p 3 1 1 0 0 7 0
Totals . ..31 3 G 1 27 13
Bandon AB It H SB PO A
C Meyers, c. .4 0 0 0 10
Causloy, 3b.. 3 1
Schofield, 2b. 4 0
R Meyers lb. 4 1
A Meyers, ss.4 0
Jordan, p. . . .4 0
Hughes, If... 4 0
Moore, rf. . . .3 0
Jackson, cf.,4 0
Totals . ..34 2 5 123 9 0
McKeown out for stepping over
Hits and runs by innings:
Hits 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 5
Runs 01000001 02
Hits 01000023 .. G
Runs . ...01000002 .. 3
Summary: Earned runs Ban
don, 1; Marshfield, 3; thrco base hits
Causloy; first on balls off Thlelo
2, off Jordan 1; left on bases Ban
don G, Maishflold 5; wild pitcher
Thollo; two baso hits Kelly; struck
out by Thlelo 11, by Jordan 9;
doublo pla Owen nnd Peralto;
passed balls Rutledgo 1; hit by pit
cher McCutcheon. Umpires Pago
and Goldio. Tlmo of game 2 hours
Kolly, Marshfiold's now acquisi
tion, played a good game, his hit
bringing In tho two winning bcores.
It was a good long siuglo and prob
ably ought to bo classed as a two-
haggor as tho play that followed It
advanced ovor body, including Kolly,
Poralto who formerly caught for
Coqulllo, played first for Mnrshflold
yesterday and whllo ho worked hard,
ho had two errors. To offset It,
though, his speedy baso running was
largely rosponslblo for Mnrshlleld's
Umpires Goldio and Page gave
good satisfaction. Page was chosen
by Bandon and while two or three
bad guesses on balls and strike!
caused some criticism from the fans
but on the whole he was very fair.
Goldio won many plaudits from the
Bandon fans and the crowd In gen
eral for his fairness.
McCutcheon played in hard luck
in that some of his chances were dif
ficult ones and while he had to be
charged up with errors, they were ex
cusable. A block of a bad throw to
third more than offset them in the
Thlelo pitched himself out of two
or three bad holes during the game,
demonstrating that he has a good
head as well as a good arm. He and
Owen caught one napping on second.
It Is estimated that tho' Bandon
fans dropped between $1,000 and
$1,500 here on tho game. They were
ovor confident and when Marshfield
monoy didn't appear plentiful, they
offeied odds of as high as two to
Thomas of North Bend had two two-
baggeis and a single In the game.
Over 600 were In attendance at the
SEE GOOD GAME.
North Bend Loses Hard Contest but
Mi'Karlaud Moro Than Makes Good
North Bend lost' ono of tho best
games over seen there to Coqullle
yesterday by a score of 3 to 2. Mc
Farland, tho new twlrler secured by
Manager Johnson more than made
good with tho fans, pitching good
ball, fielding himself well and show
ing rattling good headwork at critic
al stages. Tho North Bend team bat
ted better than usual but they didn't
got In very good team work In the
Hold although they batted system
atically. G. Gaffney mnde three suc
cessful sacriflco hits, one of which
was Instrumental in North Bend se
curing Its first score.
Tho llnoup was as follows:
North Bend Coqulllo
Keano, ss Thomas, cf
G. Gaffney, 3b Portorflold, 3b
Manlon, lb Novlns, ss
rinnagan, c Paul, c
Wlckmnn, If Gardner, p
Wilson, cf Lorenz, lb
Foote, rf Howell, 2b
McFnrland, p Hartley, rf
Scqro by Innings:
North Bend R II E
00100100 02 7 3
03000000 03 G 3
In tho fourth Inning, Coqulllo had
tho bases full and but ono out but
McFarland struck ofl Porterfiold and
Novlns, two of. tlieJcbest batters.
BAD MIXUP AT GAME.
Fans Get Into Fight and Watchman
Condi on Gets Flustratcd.
A regrettable feature of yester
day's game was a brawl started by a
Bandon fan who evidently lost his
head In the eighth when Marshfield
scored the two winning runs. He
tried to ease himself by knocking B.
Wilson, a young Marshfield man
down, but the latter was soon up and
landed hard on the Bandon youth.
Tho latter got up to come back but
meanwhile Watchman Condron had
rushed In and the Bandon lad in
stead of landing on Wilson struck
Condron, almost knocking him down.
Then Mr. Condron pulled his gun at
the. sight of which several hundred
quickly surrounded him and tho two
lads. After considerable hub-hub,
the matter was settled and the Ban
don youth arrested.
The gun play of Watchman Con
dron was very much regretted by all
of the crowd and today Condron
probably regrets his hasty act. The
sight of the weapon almost drove the
women frantic. It is stated that
Condron intended to draw his "billy"
Instead of his gun but became flus
tratcd when the youth struck him.
"Gun play" was uncalled for In the
opinion of the fans and might have
caused serious trouble. The Bandon
youth declares that he did not Intend
to strike Condron. He paid a $10
fine and costs and was released.
Merchants a,ncl Manufacturers
Apply to Secretary of the
Coos and Curry Counties District Fair Association
for space for your displays and exhibits at the Fair
Grounds. Every manufacturer and merchant should
have an exhibit and assist in making; the fair a big
success. Send your applications to GEO. W. CARLET0N,
Office in First Trust & Savings Bank BIdg. Secretary.
HlflH fiRADF MFATS TheoJorf Kood roast beef, however
IIIVJM vmILL. ITILrtlO appetizing, can onlv bo luggestive of
tho delicious taste and flavor that goes with every piece o( meat we sell.
All eur meats are the choicest w e can produce.
R. H. NobleThe CITY MARKETPhone 1941
Front, and C Streets, Marshfield, Oregon
of Oregon as representatives from
the local lodge.
WALTER LYON, secretary of the
Chamber of Commerce, returned
today from a two weeks trip to
Portland and other northern
I Personal Notes t
MISS HELEN CHANDLER and her
friend, Miss Helen Doble, arrived
on tho Alliance today.
C. L. BONEBRAKE and family, are
homo from their summer outing
spent In the vicinity of Golden
ROBERT WILSON of Trinidad, Colo
rado, is visiting his sister-in-law,
Mrs. Sarah Wilson, for a few
W. B. CURTIS and E. A. Andorson
hnvo returned from Portland
wlierifthby attended tho grand
lodse.mpUnB of tho A. O. U. W,
MISS DAISY DAKE of Santa Bar
bara, Cal., arrived on the Alliance
for an extended visit with Miss
Maud Painter and other Coos Bay
JUDGE C. A. SEHLBREDE who has
been spending the past month at
his old homo in Kentucky and
with relatives in Indiana, Is ex
pected home Wednesday.
. H. HOLCOMB of Ten Mile, has
been spending the last few days In
Marshfield visiting friends. Deer
are fairly plentiful around Ten
Mile and Mrs. Holcomb has
brought down several fine bucks
during the past few days.
MR. and MRS. A. W. MYERS of
North Bend, returned today on the
Alliance from Portland. Thoy
spont a fortnight visiting at Seat
tle and Tacoma, but returned en
thusiastic about Coos Bay as pos
sessing the best climate on earth.
Mr. Myers reports business condi
tions improving rapidly, and ev
ery ono hopeful that tho fall will
witness a lively revival In all lines.
MR. PAUL STRAIN, proprietor of tho
United Stores," Portland, San
Francisco and Marshflold, and Mr.
.. and ..
May have their Laundry
done in approved stvle and
delivered to boats at any
time by sending it direct to
us. xou will get It when
promised. That is another
feature that will please
PHONE UO. 571
B. P. Boland, representing Lewis
Bros. & Co. of Chicago, arrived In-.
Marshfield this morning from'
Portland. Mr. Boland has taken
charge of the United Stores stock
here and will sell it at prices
which he says were never heard of
before on this coast. The sale be
gins Saturday, August 1st.
'I willing) ''