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TITK DAILY COOS DAY TITHES. MAnSIIFIEM. OREGON, SATURDAY, JVNB 8t 1PW;
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Quotations aro ns follows:
Bacon Per lb., 1C to 25a.
Flour Per sack, ?1.30to?l.G0.
Potatoes Per lb., 2 to 3c.
New Potatoes, 8c.
Cabbage Per lb., 5 to Cc.
Cauliflower Per head, 10 and 15c
Honey Per box, 20; 3 for 50c.
Onions Per lb., 5c.
Butter Per square, 35c. to 40c.
Boiled elder, per quart, 30c.
Asparagus 15c. lb.
Rhubarb 3 lbs. for 25c.
Beets Per lb., 3c.
Country eggs Per dozen, 25c.
Hons Dressed, 22c lb.
Ghlckens Frys, dressed, 25c lb.
String Beans 15c. lb.
Fresh Peas 8 1-3 c.
Crabs $1 per dozen.
Halibut 12 c.
Red Fish 5c. lb.
Ling 8c. lb.
Flounders, Per lb., 5c.
Cleaned clams Per quart, 20c.
Empire Clams Per bucket, 60c.
Sirloin steak Per lb., 12 to 15c
Boilings-Per lb., 5c to 8c.
Veal Stew, per lb., 8c; cutlets,
10c to 12 tec.
Porterhouse steak Per lb., 12 c
Mutton Roasts, per lb 12 c to
15c; chops, 12 c to 15c; stow, 10c.
Pork Per pound, 12 to 15c.
Chuck steak Per lb., 10c.
Rcund steak Per lb., 10c.
Hamburger steak Per lb., 10c.
Sausage Per lb., 10c.
Bologna Per lb., 10c; 3 for 25c
Salmon (salt) Per lb., Gc,
Brains Per lb., 15c; 2 for 25c.
Pickled pork Per lb., 12 c.
Corned beef Per lb., 7c.
Wienerwurst Por lb., 12 c.
Lamb's tongues 6 for 25c.
Fruits mid Nuts.
Apples 10c. lb.
Cocoanuts Each, 10c.
Walnuts Per lb., 25c.
Almonds Per lb., 20c to GOc.
Lemons Per dozen, 20c to 30c.
Bananas Per dozen, 40c.
Oranges Perdozen, 30 to COc, ac
cording to size.
Raisins London layers, por lb.,
20c to 30c; seeded, per 12-oz. pkg.,
12 c; 16-oz. pkg., 15c.
Currants Clean, per 12-oz. pkg.,
1.2; lC-oz. pkg., 15c.
Citron Per 1W 3fic.
Orange peel per lb., 25c.
Lemon peel Per lb., 25c.
Gooseberries 2 boxes for 25c.
Apricots Basket, 75c.
Cherries 25c. lb.
LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKET.
Following is a list of wholesale
prices as seen on tho local market
Oat and wheat hay $15 to $25
Sheep $3.00 to $5.00
Veal calves $2.75
Beef, steers $2.50
Chickens, spring 12 c
Ducks 50c to 75c
Beef, cows $2.00
NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS
Wo are pleased to announce that
Foley's Honey and Tar for Coughs,
colds nnd lung troubles is not affect
ed by tho National Pure Food and
Drug law as It contains no opiates
or other harmful drugs, nnd wo roc
commend it as a safo remedy for
children and adults. Red Cross
Anyone wishing rooms for confine
ment, every convenience. Phono
A nice line of
Souvenir Postals of Marshfield
NORTON & HANSEN
JHmtk of ODmjmt
(Sa.ttlul utndt fully jttitfutp
drannarla a nrtirral Hanking
Nmllj tUrnd, Oregon
FOUND One small bay marc,
which owner can have by paying
for this notice and cost; if not re
leased within three days tho same
will bo sold to tho highest bid
der. City Marshall, North Bond.
F. J. HAYES
Latest, scientific methods
for correcting defective
vision. Testing and fit
ting childrens eyes our
All the latest novclities in
North Front St.
Oakley & Arnold
CIVIL AND MECHANICAL
North Bend, Ore
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I can furnish the following
Thoroughbred Eggs at
$2.00 Per Setting
Rhode Island .Reds
Barred Plymouth Rocks
JOHN W. FLANAGAN
Send in your orders Now
Eggs Shipied anywhere in tho
An n ouncements:
Open afternoon and even
ings, 2 to 5 and 7 to 10,
Meek days only.
25 cents for use of Rink
15 cents for those using
their own skates.
10 cents admission to
Special attention given to
heginners every after
noon. Best of order always main
tained. D L Avery,
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Consider These aid Let Us
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bs3kee LMVC & Wl& & tfiflfl A w.A 6.aiwaJiA
Office in Meyers Eldff.
Brand new 5 room cottage- beautiful location
New modern cottage-ten minutes walk from
business-good residence district
Unimproved lots 100 by 100 close to business
Fine sightly residence lots Railroad addition
Residence lots in Railroad addition fine view
sure to be in big demand each
Office opp. Central Hotel
We offer the best bargains in platting acreage, business
property, water front and farms.
L S. KAUFMAN & CO.
OVER TELEPHONE OFFICE.
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You Take the
Cake or Pie
From tho ovon with dolight nf
IN ITS PREPARATION.
Rnld nulv in hoiiIpiI 4-Dom na
nges. Our dainty illtiHtrnted booklet
containing recipes, tree lor postal
giving tho name of your grocer and
your own nddrcss.
The Portland Flouring
Flanagan & Bennett Bank
MARSHFIK D. OREGON.
Capital BnhBcnbcd J5U.0O0
Capital Paid Up U0.0O0
Undivided Profits tt,000
Dock a Keneral banklnft business and draws
oil tho Bank ol California, fan Kranclwo
Calif., 1'irst National Bank Portland Or., Kirs!
National Hank, Jloseburg, Or., Hanover Na
tional Bank, Kaw York, N. M. Uotbchlld &
Son, London, England.
Also sell change on nearly oil the principal
cities of Eurore.
Appniminkntitaublcet to check, safe deposit
lock boxes for rent at 5 cents a month or
'), a year.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
"If a man can write a better book; preach a better sermon, or
make a better mouse-trap than his neighbor, though he build his . '
house in the woods, the world will make a beaten path to his
door' RALPH WALDO EMERSON
Just now empire builders are building iron-shod paths to the commercial door of North Bend
bcause its factories have the frieght to ship, and their payroll talks.
Like seeks like. Is an eternal law of nature. Although but imperfectly recognized, is
absolute. This same law holds good in building of factories. A factory is built alwavs at
that point where there are fewest obstacles to be overcome, where tributary raw materials are unlim- !
ited and markets unrestricted. If this holds good in one case it will hold good in several-a dozen
or a hundred.
North Bend but a few years ago had one factory, soon it had several, now there are a dozen, and the raw materials are here
for a hundred more. Factories make payrolls, these in turn create business houses which invite banks, jobbers, traders and trans
portation facilities, and all go to the making of a city because "Its Payroll Talks," which creates a demand for real estate. There
is a beaten path to our door because we have the best bargains in North Bend real estate.