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lflB DAILY COOS 1IAV TIMES, MAKSIIFIKLD, OUEU.N, TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1007,
. 4 MARINE NEWS w 4
A BRIEF STAY
Cnmo Into the Hay Only ns Fnr jis
North llciul nnd Lentes
Master of Steamer Alliance Retires
And Will Live in San The Klluurn arrived yesterday
FrandsCO morning from the south. She was
behind time, so only came Into the
bay as far as north Dend and left
v-inn-v- ii tc niOEM soon n'tcr for Portland. She Is due
I 111 J I MAI L ULjtll'hero on the south bound trip next
Ilns Bectt Appointed to Succeed Him
ns Captain of the
The following are those who ar
rived on the steamer Kllburn from
San Francisco and Eurcku:
Ray James and wife, J. W. Brown
and wife, S. Stiller, B. Bellnson, H.
Gllman. C. J. Young,' Mrs. J. A.
Captain Kelly, who has had charge Travis, W. L. Hlller, Sydney Deans
of the Alliance for several years, has nnd wlte( Fi E Allen, A. L. Ander
reslgned his position and Former I BOn s B. iahn, J. Cooley, J. Halll
Flrst Mate Olsen, who has been cap- day( L. c. Collins, Mrs. Dungan, O.
tain of the steam schooner Dispatch xejson ana wife, W. C. Bradley, A.
for the past month, is now In charge. M- oiesen, W. J. Hodnett, Mrs. N. S.
Regarding the change the follow- j Stephens, J. F. Matson, E. Matson,
ing appeared In the Portland Tele-. s p. Crouch, Mrs. L. M. Lynch, Mrs.
Gram: n jenssen and family, J. H. Price,
"Captain Bernard Kelly tendered u w. Blake, A. J. Dimona.
Albert Matson is Remodeling Res
idence Me Recently Purchased
from Father Donnelly.
Being Arranged by
Hiniebnugli, Who Is Super
vising the Work.
large bed chamber extending clear
across the front, Connecting with
ftlils will be an especially large closet
fitted with drawers and shelves. Be
sides there will be two other bed
rooms on the second floor. The bath
room will be finished In white en
amel, nnd will be fitted with the most
modern plumbing. The exterior of
the house will remain ns It Is now,
but Mr. Matson Is planning the decor
ation of the grounds at a later date.
It will require several weeks to
complete the remodeling of the house
but when Mr. Matson movqs Into the
residence he will have an exceedingly
attractive home, with highly artistic
Interior decorations and arrange-
Albert Matson is making extensive i
Improvements on the house which ho i . ,
,. u . , t-i .u r. Many Are Expected to Come to Ore-
recently purchased from Father Don-' '
nelly. The residence Is a large and ! Kn " v,sIts Wlion
substantially built house, and the ln-1 Effective.
terlor will be rearranged and decor- I
ated so that Mr. Matson will have '
one of the most attractive houses In The 'wlng special regarding
the city. The remodeling of the the smr rates is received from
house has been turned over to Archl- the 0reBn Development League:
Portland, Ore., April 22. Every
his resignation as master of the
steamer Alliance this morning and
will retire temporarily. B. W. Olsen
has been appointed to fill the va-
The following are those who left
on the Kllburn for Portland:
G. Hyter, M. B. Zimmer, S. H
cancy, and will tnke the steamer out ( Hlrsh, C. M. Leonard, M. H. Makla,
on her next trip. The resignation did n. Ekblad, W. H. Preutt, J. P. Taffer,
not come altogether as a surprise, as p. Tuffer, Miss Daisy Neasson, E. S.
Captain Kelly has real estate and Haugh, Mrs. M. D. Poyntz, J. H. Rob
other Interests which he desires to ertson, R. E. Walter, Mrs. Gallagher,
give his personal attention. His n. Llttlefleld, W. N. Burgess, O. R.
homo Is In San Francisco. Willard, M. Prage F. P. Robinson.
"For a number of years, until re- j
cently, Captain Olsen was first officer
of the Alliance. He took an examln-1 TIDE TABLE.
ation for master's papers beforo
United States Inspectors Edwards
nnd Fuller about a year ago, and re
ceived among the highest grades ever
given a skipper at this port. He Is a
young man and a general favorite t
tect Himehauch. who made the nlans
and is personally supervising the nct,ve commercial organization
work. James Hamilton has the con- shouId Set ful1 detnUs relative to the
tract for the carpenter work. Summer tourist round-trip rates
The two rooms on the east side of'whlch wl be on sale from Juno
tho hnnao hnvo bpnn thrown tnirptlinr to September 15 with final return
by the removal of the partition. This
makes one long living room 32x15
feet in size. At the south end will
be a big fireplace. The entrance from
the stair hall at the front will be a
The following table shows the
high and low tides at Empire for
oach day during the coming week:
nlong the coast. During the two T '
months ho has been out of the Alii- W(J(j' 2'
ance Captain Olsen was master of the Thu "25
rteamer Dispatch, running out of San Fr( "2G
Francisco in the coast trade." ." '
The Alliance left Portland last g,J' 28 "
night, and will arrive here Wednes- ,Ion" og'
day. , -
BUILDING NEW LAUNCH. 1 April.
Stewart & Mitchell AVill Hnve a Tue.,23..
Handsome Mont. Wed., 24.
Stewart & Mitchell are having a Thu., 25.
motor boat constructed for use in Fri., 2C.
their business. The firm of Stonclfer Sat.. 27. .
& Major Is building the boat on the Sun., 2S .
enst side, nnd claim when completed Mon., 29.
It will be ono of the best of its size To find the tide hours at othor
on the bay. The launch Is 20 feet Coos Bay points, figure as follows:
long with C-foot beam, and will be ' At the bar, -0.43; at North Bend, add
propelled by a four-horo power gnso-, 0.40; at Marshfleld, add 1.51; at
h. m. Feet h. m. Feet
8:37 7.0 9:59 7.5
9:39 7.3 10:42 8.1
10:54 7.7 11:22 8.5
11:45 8.1 11:59 9.4
11:45 8.1 11:59 9.0
0:38 9.4 1:22 8.3
1:14 9.G 2:12 7.G
A. M. P. M. j
h. m. Feet h. m. Feet '
3:22 3.2 3:26 1.3
4:13 2.5 4:18 1.2,
4:5S 1.7 5:04 1.2,
5:43 0.8 5:4S 1.2
G:28 0.1 G:3G 1.3 '
7:12 0.5 7.18 l.GJ
7:50 0.8 S:01 2.0
Quotations are as follows:
Flour Per sack, $1.10 to $1.35.
Potatoes Per lb., 2 Vi to 2c.
Cabbage Ped lb., 3 to 4c.
Caullflowor Per head, 10 and 15c
Honey Por box, 20; 3 for 60c.
Onions Per It.. 4 cents.
Butter Per square, 4C cents.
Boiled cider, per quart, 30c.
Carrots Por lb., 3c.
Turnips Per bunch, 5c.
Beets Per lb., 2c.
Parsnips Per lb.. 2 to 2V4c.
Asparagus IVilbs for 26c.
Rhubarb 3 lbs. for 25c.
Crabs $1 per dozen.
Steelhead salmon Per lb, 8, 9 and
Flounders, Per lb., 6c
Herring Per 2-gallon bucket, 50c
Cleaned clams Per quart, 20c.
Empire Clams Por bucket, 50c.
Salmon (salt) Per lb., 6c.
Fruits and Nuts.
Apples 'Per box, $1 to $1.50.
Cocoannts Each, 10c.
Walnuts Per lb 26c.
Almonds Per lb., 20c to 30c.
Lemons Per dozen, 20c to 30c.
Bananas Per dozen, 35c.
Oranges Per dozen, 25 to GOc, ac
cording to size.
Sirloin steak Per lb., 12 to 15c
Boiling Per lb., 6c to 8c.
Veal Stew, per lb., 8c; cutlets,
10c to 12 c.
Pjrtorhouse steak Per lb., 12 r
Round steak Per lb., 10c.
Chuck steak Per lb., 10c.
Prime rib roast Per lb., 12 c.
Mutton Roasts, per lb.. 12 c to
16c; chops, 1-2 e to 15c; stew, 10c.
Pork Per pound, 12 to 15c.
Lard 5-lba., 75c; 10 lbs., $1.60
Pickled pig's feet Per lb., 10c.
Bacon Per lb., 16 to 25e.
Hamburger steak Por lb., 10c.
Sausage Per lb., 10c.
Bologna Per lb., 10c; 3 for 2Sc
Brains Per lb., 15c; 2 for 25c.
Pickled pork Per lb., 12 c.
Corned bcof Per lb., 7c.
Wlonerwurst Por lb., 12 c.
Lamb's tongues 6 for 25c.
BHtter Per 24 ounco square, 65c.
Country eggs Per dozen, 26c.
Hens Dressed, 28a lb
Ohlokons FryB, dresHed. 2hc lh
Raisins London lnroro, per lb.,
30o to SOc; seeded, por l-oz. pkg.,
12 o; IO-02. pkg., l!c
Currants Cloan, por 12-oz. pkg.,
12; 16-oz. pkg.. lEo.
Citron Per lb., 36c.
Orange peel per lb., 25c.
Lemon peel Per lb.. 26c.
'Mllllngton, add 2.15
limit of October 31. These tickets'
are on sale at all Missouri river '
points, St. Paul and Minneapolis, '
for $60; from St. Louis $G9, and
from Chicago $75, and should add
columned opening. The woodwork "" -" " transient iravei
will be of a mahogany tone, and the to ever' town ln Oregon, but it is
wall decorations in both the hall and 3ust exactly llke the colonist rates
the living room will be a tan color If we don,t msh them and kee
or a shade of brown. them constantly before the people
The living room will open into the the travel wlu bo to some other
dining room and library. The latter sectIon and certainly we have the
room is back of the stair hall. It most advantageous summer climate
will have wall decorations of old rose In the Unlted States.
and the woodwork will be black, and Tickets will be on sale June 20
the room will be fitted with book to July 12 good t0 return until
shelves. September 15 at one fare for the
In the dining room there will be round-trip from all points In the
a dado of paneled burlap extending Un,ted States. These are made on
to the height of the top of the doors, account of the big conventions held unlnJured and ,)roralses an abundant
and will be capped with a plate rail m u,e U1"erenl t,Lles " me coast,
above which will be paper of an Orl- and Oregon should get busy and
ental design, with a plain celling. work for thIs sreat summer travel.
The color tone of the woodwork will TIlese rates are open to everybody Business Men's excursion party at
be black walnut, and the wall decora- and are not by any means confined the 38 cities and towns visited will
tlons old blue. to tho delegates. be handled chiefly through com-
The kitchen will be a model one, Gatherings of business men held mercial organizations,
nnd is being arranged with a view In the different communities of Or- The Astoria chamber of commerce
to the greatest convenience in work. PSn can be greatly benefitted by has scored a big victory in securing
There are places for all the utensils listening to practical addresses. The Vice-President Fairbanks as a guest
so that they are closed up and out Portland Commercial club heard of honor at a midsummer banquet,
of sight but yet easy of access, insur- Professor J. C. Monaghan, of Wash- Irrigon received 75S replies to
ing them against the collection of InSton City, on the development of 5000 circulars addressed to Oregon
dust and also giving the kitchen at t,le Pacific northwest, last week. N Development League Inquirers; the
all times the most tidy appearance. CoI(1 weather in the entire Mis- Tillamook Development League has
There Is in the kitchen simply a sol,rl valley, which has cut short the just Issued a most attractive booklet
nlace for everything, and no more frllit crop, serves to impress Oregon- and is distributing many thousands
convenient culinary work room will lans w'th the special attractiveness of them through all parts of the
be found in any house in the city. of their own climate, where fruit is United States.
On the second floor there will be a
LO0AL WHOLESALE MARKET.
Following la a list of whnlosalo
prices as seen on the looal murker
Alfalfa hay $22 to $25
Chickens, spring 12 c
Ducks SOc to 76c
Coqulllo valley hay $10 to $20
Grain hay $22 to $25
ijeuse 1 00
Hens J IOp
Sheep i $3.00 to $5.00
Veal calves A $2.75
Bcof, steers $2.50
Beof, cows $2.0u
Liverpool, April 22. May wheat,
New York, April 22. Lead, $G
$G.10; copper, $24.25 $25.25; sil
Chicago, April 22. May wheat
opened 7878c, closed 78c;
barley, G871c; flax, $1.11;
San Francisco, April 22. Wheat,
Portland, April 22 Wheat Club,
75c; blue stem, 77c; red, 74c; val
ley, 72 c.
Tacoma, April 22. Wheat Blue
stem, 7778c; club, 7576c; red,
The entertainment of the Portland
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
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SITES 1 1 -
Furnished by the Title Guarantee
and Abstract Company, Henry Sen
A. Pershbaker to Edgar L. Wheel
er, N. E. quarter of S. E. quarter of
Sec. 19, N. W. quarter of S. W.
quarter, W. half of N. W. quarter
of Sec. 20-28-14; $1.
O. C. Rice to Lafe Cornwell, part
of N. W. quarter of S. W. quarter of
S. E. quarter of Sec. 33, S. E. quar
ter of S. W. quarter of Sec. 28, N.
W. quarter of N. E. quarter of Sec.
G. W. Temple to W. O. Ash, lots
17, 18, 19 and 20, block G4, Porter
addition to North Bend; $1,000.
On Deep Water
ore Underwood Typewriters
Sold In I
The coming manufacturing district of
Coos County Than AH Other
THE FOLLOWING IS THE LIST:
The South Harbor Development Company has
special inducements to offer manufacturers desiring
TOWER & SON kSSSK
First Xntionul Bunk
Title Guarantee & Abstract Company
W. R. Haines Music Company
C. It. Golden
J. S. Coke
E. L. C. Farrin
Geo. X. FiiitIu
F. A. Sncclii
Georse W. Schlegel
O. W. Brlggs
F. M. Ruinmell, Jr.
Stafford & Montgomery
Bradley & Timer
J. JL Upton
Coos Bay Gas Jl Electric Company
Coos Bay Publishing Co.
Mnrsliflelil Commission Co.
.1. W. SllOM'l-
Kinnej's Tmestincnt Bank
R. II. Smith
C. A. .Smith Lumber Aj Mfg. Co.
Coos Bny Times
Siglin & Utter
Rev. II. II. Bronn
Vignrs & Temple
T. B. James
North Bend Shingle Mill
North Bend Furniture Factory
Title Guarantee & Abstract Company
T. If. McIU
T. J. Thrift
M. O. Hawkins
Geo. E. Peoples
A. X. Gould
Miss Georgena Hayes
J. X. Roberts
Cecil It. Wade
Irvinn S. Bath
Gardiner Mill Company
is near the
U 0 rotor to any of 1 the above. Ve are proud of this list. Two years ago tho
LiU.kK UUJJ was practically unknown in this section; now
it is the leading machine.
LET US PUT YOUR NAME ON OUR NEXT LIST
BRADLEY & TRAVER, Agents for the Underwood
Strictly Visible Typewriter. Tabulator a part of the machine.