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TIIE DAILY COOS DA? TIMES. MAIWIIFIKLl). OREGON. FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1007.
rotations are as follows:
con Per lb., 1C to 26g.
our Per sack, ?1.30 to ?1.C0.
itatoes Per lb., 2V2 to 3c.
sw Potatoes, 8c.
ibbage Per lb., 5 to Oc.
kullflower Per head, 10 ana 15c
onQy per box, 20; 3 for 50c.
nlons Per lb., 5c.
titter Per square, 35c. to 40c.
bilwl elder, per quart, 30c.
sparagus 15c. lb.
tiubarb 3 lbs. for 25c.
leets Per lb., 3c.
Dtintry eggs Per dozen, 25c.
Ions Dressed, 22c lb.
hlelcons Prys, dressed, 25c lb.
ferlng Beans 15c. lb.
fresh Peas S 1-3 c.
Irabs ?1 per dozen.
;ed Fish 5c. lb.
lng Sc. lb.
lounders, Per lb., Cc.
ileaned clams Per quart, 20c.
jmplre Clams Per bucket, 50c.
Ilrloln steak Per lb., 12 to 16c
Boiling Per lb., 5c to 8c.
?oal Stew, per lb., 8c; cutlets,
to 12 c.
'orterhouso steak Per lb., 12 c
lutton Roasts, per lb., 12 c to
chops, 12 c to 15c; stew, 10c.
?ork Per pound, 12 to 15c.
Jhuck steak LPer lb., 10c.
leund steak Per lb., 10c.
lamburger steak Per lb., 10c
Sausage Per lb., 10c.
3ologna Per lb., 10c; 3 for 25c.
Salmon (salt) Per lb., Cc.
3rains Per lb., 15c; 2 for 2Ec.
Pickled pork Per lb., 12 c
3orned beef Per lb., 7c.
Wienerwurst Per lb., 12 c.
jamb's tongues G for 25c.
Fruits mid Nuts.
lApples 10 c. lb.
3ocoanuts Each, 10c.
IValnuts Per lb., 25c.
IMmonds Per lb., 20c to 30c.
jemons Per dozen, 20c to 30c.
3ananas Per dozen, 40c.
Granges Perdozen, 30 to 00c, ac
cording to size.
Raisins London layers, pet lb.,
20c to 30c; seeded, per 12-oz. pkg.,
12c; 16-oz. pkg., 15c.
Currants Clean, per 12-oz. pkg.,
12 y2; lG-oz. pkg., 15c.
Citron Per lb., 35"c.
Orange peel per lb., 25c.
Lemon peel Per lb., 25c.
Strawberries 15 c. ,
Uoosoberrles 2 boxes for 25c.
Apricots Basket, 75c.
Cherries 25c. lb.
1-OOATj WHOLESALE MARKET.
Following is a list of wholesale
prices as seen on the local market
Oat and wheat hay $15 to ?25
ueesc , $1.00
Sheep $3.00 to $5.00
Voa.1 calves $2.75
Beef, steers S2.50
Chickens, spring 12 c
Ducks ... . 50c to 76c
Beef, cows $2.00
Liverpool, June 20. July wheat,
Gs. 11 d.
New York, June 20. Lead and
copper unchanged; silver G7V4.
Chicago, June 20. July wheat
opened 92, closed 91 91;
barley, 7275; Northwestern, 129.
Walter Lyon, Formerly of Albany
Herald, Will Have Clmr-Re of
Chamber of Comineicc.
ACCIDENT TO PLANT
Compelled to Put Buck tiito San
Francisco Load Freight on
A telegram from San Francisco to
the local agent of the Plant yester
day stated the ship had been disabled
and hnd to be towed back to port
and would not sail from there before
4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. The
perishable freight aboard the steam
er Plant was loaded on the Casco,
which will leave San Francisco to
day. The accident happened because of
tho breaking of a crank pin in the
The executive committee of tho
Marshfleld publicity fund yesterday
selected Walter Lyon as secretary of
the Marshfleld Chamber of Com
merce. Mr. Lyon recently resigned
as proprietor of the Albany Herald.
He is now In Sacramento, California,
attending to business matters re
garding tho sale of his paper, where
ho was" notified by telegraph to re
port to Tom Richardson at once.
After a two week's stay in Portland
Mr. Lyon will come to Marshfleld and
take up his duties. He will bo in
tho headquarters now being fitted up
by the Chamber of Commerce on
Front street. Tlie work of fitting
up this location was begun yester
day and will be finished when Mr.
Lyon arrives. No special line of
work has been mapped out by the
committee for Mr. Lyon to start
with on his arrival here, that being
left entirely to his judgment.
Mr. Lyon was for a number of
years connected with the Salem
Statesman, which position he left to
act as private secretary for Gover
nor Geer of Oregon.
Following his term of four years
as secretary to the Governor Mr.
Lyon was editor and proprietor of
tho Independent Enterprise, of In
dependence, Oregon, for a number of
year3, following which, until a few
days ago, ho has been editor and
proprietor of tho Albany Daily Her
ald, of Albany, Oi'Cgflh.
The members of the executive com
mittee feel they have been fortunate
in the selection made, as, with the
newspaper experience Mr. Lyon has
had in this State, it is thought he Is
well, fitted for the position.
Coos liny Water and Power Com
pany Will Install Pipe Line,
Also Nntnral Pressure.
Work has been begun by tho Coos
Bay Water and Power Company on
the clearing of right of wny for tho
pipe lino from Clour Lako to the
cities on the bay. The company will
keep n large force of men engaged
in tho work in order that it may be
finished as soon as possible.
It is tho plan of the company to
have a pipe line from Clear Lake,
which is up in tho Ten Mile coun
try, to the peninsula and tg supply
water and power without the use
of any pumping station; gravitation
to serve the purpose of a pump.
Clear Lake is a large body of water
230 feet higher than the peninsula
giving plenty of natural pressure for
Tho power feature of tho com
pany's operations will not be at
tempted at once, but will be taken
up when the water mains havo been
NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS
Wo are pleasea to announce that
Foley's Honey and Tar for Coughs,
colds and lung troubles Is not attect
ed by the National Pure Food and
Drug law as it contains no opiates
or other harmful drugs, and wo rec-
commend it as a safe remedy for
children and adults. Red Cross
put In in tho different cities. The
water of Clear Lako is said by tho
health officer to be exceptionally
pure. The pipe Hne will be put
across tho bay at a place near Pony
dress V. S.
reiyr a small
Contractors and Builders
Plans drawn, estimates fur
nished. Call for Durkee back
of Hibbard's grocery storeA
P. 0. Box 3.58.
An n ouncements:
Open every cvqning from
7 to 10 and Saturday
afternoons from 24 to 5,
week ' days only.
25 cgiUb for use of Rink
15 cants for thofeo using
their own skates.
10 cents admission to
3necialattention given to
cliildrcn Saturday after-
Best of order always
If you tion't sec any fun in
Marshfleld drop around to the
shootirig gallery on Front St.
Prizes offered for best shots
Flanagan & Bennett Bank
MARSHFIE D, OREGON.
Capital Sut)cribert J 50,000
Capital Paid Up HO.000
Undivided Profits 35,000
Docs a Rcnerat banking busings and draws
on tho Dank ot California. San Francisco
Calif., Flrit National Bank Portland Or., First
Nftttnnnf Hank. ltoscbtfre. Or.j ilanovcr Na
tional. Hank. .Now York, N. M.'Uotlichlld A
Son, London, England. ,
Alo sell cliaHRC on nearly all tho principal
cities of Europfe. '
.Accounts keptisnbjcct tocheck, safo deposit
lock boxos for rent at 6, cents a month or
t3 a car ,
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
Oakley & Arnold
gj CIVIL VND MECHANICAL
North Bend, Ore.
Office in Myeri Bid;,
U j PLonel2lO
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nil A miia Ima fkr
? CHRONIC ILLS
Office opp. Central Hotel
Souvenir Bostals of Mars
NORTON & HANSEN
t'Mkijsi ww lu'i'wttasansyiitmntaiiisy uwi'HHiimiwwwnMwiww
ANNOUNCE THAT ON
Their Doors will be Thrown Open
to the Public Between the Hours
An Eight Piece Orchestra will
Furnish Music During the Evening
A Free Drawing
Will also be held for an
Elegant White and
Gold Dinner Set
No goods will be sold Monday even
Tuesday June 25 th
we will be open for regular business
a. L & A