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MARSnPIELD, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1007.
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Quotations are as follows:
Bacon Por lb., 1C to 25s.
Flour Per sack, ?1.30 to 1.C0.
; Potatoes Per lb., 2 to 3c.
New Potatoes, 8c.
Cabbage Per lb 5 to 6c.
Cauliflower Per bead, 10 ana 15c
. Hojsey Per hox, 20; 3 for 50a.
O&lons .Per lb., 5c.
Butter Per square, 35c. to 40c.
, Boiled cider, por auart, 20c.
' Asparagus 16c. lb.
Rhubarb 3 lbs. tot 25c.
Botto Per lb., 3c,
Coufttrjr egeo Por dozen, 25c.
I&en Dressed, 2 Ac lb.
Chlckeno Frys, dressed, 25c lb.
String Boana 15c. lb.
Fresh Peas 8 1-8 o.
Crabs 11 per dozon. j ,
Halibut 12 c. . ,
I Rod fish 5c. lb. "
Ling 8c. lb.
Flounders, 'Por Ht, Kc.
Cleaned clams Per auart, 20c.
Bmpiro Clams Por bucket, 60c
Sirloin steakPer lb., 12 to 15c
Botltag Per lb., Co to Sc.
Vcai fitow, per lb., 8c; cutlets,
AOc to lfl&.
Dastcrhouso steak Per lb., 12 c
Mutton Roasts, per lb.. 12 c to
lEff; cftops, 23 Sc to 15c; stow, 10c.
Poak Per pound, 12 to 16c
Cnvek Bttsab Por lb., tOc.
Rooad ntoak Por lb.. 10c
Haiairarcer steate Per lb, 14c
BatwR ear R loo.
Botognx Por lb., 10c; 8 for 35a
Balnon ( salt Per lb., 6c.
Brains Pep lb., 15c; 2 for 2Sc
Pickled pork Per lb, 12 .
Corned bee! Per lb., 7c.
WlcJterwursfc Pr lb, 12 ic
Lamb's toncuos 6 for 25c.
Fxalta and Nntj.
Apples 10c. lb.
CnaawBto flach, 10c
Walnuts Per lb, 25c
Almonde Per lb, 20c to 80c.
Lemons Per dozen, 20c to 80c
Bananas Per dozen, 40c.
Oranges Perdozon, 30 to 60c, ao
cordlag to size
Ratalno iondon layora, per lb.,
20c to 30c; swded, per 13-os. pkg,
laVjflj 10-os. pkg, 16c
Ourranto Clean, per 12-oz. Jjkg.,
13 10-oB. pkg., IBe.
Citron Por lb, 35'c.
Orange peel per lb, 25c.
Lemon peel Per lb 25c.
Oooseberrles 2 boxes for 25c.
Apricots Basket, 75c.
Chorries 25c. lb.
LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKET.
Following is a list of wholesale
prices as seen on tho local raarkot'
Oat and wheat hay .$15 to $25
Bhcep 3.00 to 5.00
VosJ c&lres $2.70
Beef, stoers 2.50
Chickens, spring 12 Vic
Ducks 50c to 75c
Beef, cows $2.00
Liverpool, Juno 20. July whoat,
Gs. 11 d.
Now York, Juno 20. Lead and
copper unchanged; silver 67.
Chicago, June 20. July wheat
opened 92, closed 9191;
barley, 7275; Northwestern, 129.
NOTICE. 3HECASTLeI REST, of
North Benfljvlll reopjm Monday,
June 24, after belngillrly reno
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The following table shows the high
and low tides at Empire for each day
during the coming week:
A. M. P. M.
June. h. rn. JTeot. h. m. Feet.
Thurs, 20... 1:47 2.3 1:48 2.0
Frl, 21 2:55
Sat, 22... 3:59
h. m. Foot.
, m. Foot.
Thurs, 20... 7:44 6.4 10:12 8.2
Fri, 21 8:58 6.4 11:11 8.7
Sat, 22. ..10:08 6.6 10:02 9.2
Sun, 23... 11:10 6.8 10:52 9.6
Mon, 24.. 12:07 7.0 11:40 9.9
Tues, 25.. 13:00 7.3 0:00 0.0
Wed, 26... 0:28 10.1 1.52 7.5
To find the tide hours at other
Coos Bay points, figure as folows:
At the bar, -0.43; at North Bend, add
0.40; at Marshfleld, add 1.51; at
MUIIngton, add 2.15.
When you have a job of printing you naturally waht the best v
quality, vork that shows taste Especially so if it is a job of com
mercial stationery, such as letter heads, bill heads, etc We have an
old experienced job printer in charge of this department This ex
perience together with modern facilities enables us to turn out the best
job work ever done on Coos Bay. Call up phone X33X and a man
will call and givt you a good figure on that job.
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What's The Matter
With Yon People?
About A RAILROAD and bend ALL your energies toward getting
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and Be Wise-Take this Tip, GET the POPULATION, DEVELOP OUR County's NATURAL RESOURCES and RAILROADS
will RACE to get HERE. DON'T FORGET that WE are NOW HERE, ONE of YOU and that your interest is OURS.
DON'T fORGET THAT ON
T fORGET that on that day we will
Springs, niid Mattrrobc
MARKS the beginning of a new Era and new method of doing business
selto the Highest and best Bidder at
t stock of noiischold and Miscellaneous Goods, comprising innrt n Brass Bed, Mahogany Dicswr, Hair Mattress and Mattress and Boy Springs (clipper edec) Hot Iron Hort n.n.i.-ni-Uattrrac.
to lit, Rockers, Chairs, Minors, Fruit Jars, Folding Go-Curt. Baby Buggy, Baby AVnlkcr, High Chair,, Saw, IW1B,f TWt Set, Cur ni. ( lo c cl ' Child s Beds,
: Sot, Brushes, Conch, Hugs, Matting and various Odds and Ends, Too Numerous to Mention. U1 ". '"'". Kodak, Cas Stove, Toys, Ladies' C
DON'T FORGET that YOU buy at YOUR PRICE, Not ours
DON'T FORGET That IF YOU BID, We will sell.
DON'T FORGET to be on hand early and get the biggest and best bargains on Saturday June 22nd at our
Auction nouse in me Jonnson Building between B. andC. on second street. The sale begins at 10:30 a. m.
Coos Bav Auction Comnanv
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