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About The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1912)
HE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1912 - EVENING EDITION
Inserts Want Ad Specifying
Kind of Man She Wants
Leap Year News.
Oh, you bashful bachelors, read
"WANTED A bachelor. Must be
under 30 years, coiiKcnlal, an ath
lete, neat, handsome, prosperous,
and a good dancer. None others
need apply. Address "Lonely," care
This want nd was brought to Tlu
TilD on.ee tins iiiurmiiK' Wnether
an invitation to the Leap Year Uall
or a marriage license is waiting for
tho man who answers Is something
for the future to tell. The girl was
young and Is said to be u well-known
Coos Hay lassie.
Apparently she wants to tnke ad
vantage of Leap Year but Is a bit
bashful about It and wants to get a
lino on the man before she makes
Sherman Gamble of Haynes Inlet Is
ono of the latest well-known Coos
Day bachelors to have his name sub
mitted as a Leap Year eligible.
taken captive by some Hose City
nmlden, there Is a line chance for
some Coos Hay girl. Among the
Heaver Hill bachelors are:
KnMsId,. Itjulielors llashfiil.
Lean Year Kdltor:
While you are publishing the
names of eligible men I think Kast
slde ought to have a show. The
baclelors of Kastslde are so shy
they only need a little encourage
ment lo make some girl Bl
Among them arc:
crew nnd tho knowledge that tho
mishap was ono of tho unavoidable
accidents that occur, Messrs. Haker
and Hopping this morning nsaured
Agent McQeorge that tnclr next trip
would be on the Alliance nnd that
they would "boost" for the vessel
During the tedious wait nnd trip,
Mrs. Haker declared that If sho over
reached land again, sho would never
leave It. However, when Mr. Uawer
Informed her that they could catch
the Hreakwntcr and rench Coos Haj
much quicker than they otherwise
could, nnd asked her what she
thought about It. she showed that
she was game by declaring, "Sure,
I'll tnke the chance."
KXPKItT PIANO Tl'XIXfl nnd
HKPAIItlXU by A. P. Jackson of
SIIKltMAX ,i CLAY plnno house,
I Portland, who will be Inthlscltyfor n
! few dnys. Those wishing work done
drop postcard lu PostoIIlce. All
"NWAXSKA PIICA" HACHKLOIIS.
Leap Year Kdltor:
I have been rending tho Leap Year
news carefully expecting to see some
of our prominent young Swedish
bachelors nt Hunker Hill put on the
list of ellglbloH. However you have '
overlooked them nnd I think Hint
you arc doing an Injustice to the
Coos Hay girls who are planning to
tnko advantage of Leap Yenr by not
letting them know of our Hunker
Hill bachelors. Among thorn may be
Helming Larson. , '
SOME AT IIEAVEIt HILL.
Leap Year Editor:
Whllo wo mny not hnvo as many
eligible bncholorH nt Heaver Hill no
aomo other towns In the county, wo
havo some fine ones, and I think tho
Lean Year girls will nirrcn with mo
now in I'ortlaml nnd unless ho Ih
(Continued from pego 1.)
a rowhoat would not lmve had any
trouble navigating It. They stood
off about eight miles west of tho
Cape Arngo lighthouse. Added to
the delay was the fact that the
stonmnrs President nnd Hear nnd ono
other Btcnm schooner halted them
nnd naked If they could not be of as
tdstntice. Cupi. Lofstedt Informed
Hint he was lu communication by
wireless with Coos Hay and that n
mk would shortly conio out nnd
bring hi m In hero. The vessels then
u. An the hours passed nnd no
tug hove In sight, some began to
Flnnlly Mondny morning when tho
southeast gnle sprung up nnd the
wind nttalned n velocity of fifty miles
or so per hour, evidence of danger
np,i nn.l Pant. Lofstedt began
calling for somo other vessel to come
" en were running high
itf! tho Alllnnco was brondsldu to
them. Flnnlly tho Nonio City re
. - tied 10 the calls for aid.
The first lino the Nome City got
nboard the Alllanco broke soon after
being mndo fast. Tho second Hun
hold nnd nbout 10 o'clock Monday
night, tho heavy seas broke a second
hnwBor.. A third held snfoly. From
to tho Columbia
In such a case us this qunllty; then on', tho trip up
?ad of quantity counts. Onu of river was fine
"best cntches," Dr. Hopson, !' owing to tho (In
III Pnrtlllllil nll.l lining l. I.. . ...
line trentment nc-
corduil them by Capt. Lofstedt nnd
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