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About The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957 | View This Issue
12;, 16-oz. pkK., 16c.
Citron Por lb., 35t.
Orange peel per lb., 25c.
Lemon peel Per lb., 26c.
Gooseberries 2 boxes for 25c.
Apricots Gasket, 75c.
Cherries 25c. lb.
luotatlons are as follows:
icon Per lb., 1C to 25a.
Hour Per sack, ?1.30 to ?1.G0.
Potatoes Per lb., 2 to 3c.
ilew Potatoes, 8c.
abbage Per lb., 5 to 6c.
jullflower Per head, 10 and 16c
loney Per box, 20; 3 for 50c.
LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKET.
Following Is a list of wholesale
prices as seen on the local market:
Oat and wheat hay $15 to $25
Sneep J3.00 to ?5.00
Veal calves f 2.75
Beef, steers $2.50
Chickens, spring 12 c
Duck 50c to 75c
Beef, cows $2.00
Jnions Per lb., 6c.
3tUter Per square, 35c. to 40c.
Soiled elder, per quart, 30c.
Asparagus 15c. lb.
Ihubarb 3 lbs. for 25c.
3eets Per lb., 3c. '
Country eggs Per dozen, 25c.
lens Dressed, 22c lb.
Shlckens Frys, dressed, 25c lb.
String Beans 15c. lb.
Fresh Peas 8 1-3 c.
3rabs ?1 per dozen.
iallbut 12 c.
led Fish 5c. lb.
jlng 8c. lb.
flounders, Per lb., 5c.
31eaned clams Per quart, 20c.
Smpiro Clams Per bucket, 50c.
glrloln steak Per lb., 12 to 15c
Joillng Per lb., 5c to 8c.
7eal Stew, per lb., 8c; cutlets,
srterhouse steak Per lb., 12 c
tutton Roasts, per lb., 12 c to
Be; chops, 12 c to 15c; stew, 10c.
;Port Per pound, 12 to 15c
LCnneh steak Per lb., 10c.
md steak Fer lb., 10c.
amburger steak Per lb., 10c.
Baueose Par lb., 10c.
Bologna Per lb., 10c; 3 for 25c.
almon (Bait) Per lb., 6c,
Brains Pec lb 15c; 2 for 2Ge.
Pickled pork Per lb., 12 c.
horned beef Per lb., 7c.
Wienerwurst Por lb., 12 c.
limb's tongues 6 for 25c.
Fruits and Nuts.
Ipples 10c. lb.
oooanuts Each, 10c.
Walnuts Per lb., 25c.
llmonds Per lb 20c to 30c.
emons Per dozen, 20c to 30c.
Bananas Per dozen, 40c.
Oranges Perdozen, 30 to 60c, ac-
Slng to size.
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ilslns London layers, pet lb.,
to 30c; seeded, per 12-oz. pkg.,
io; lG-oz. pkg., 15c.
Jurrants Cian, per 12-oz. pkg.,
New York, Juno 24. Lead, $5.50
?5.75; copper, $23.24; silver, 67.
Chicago, Juno 24. July wheat
opened 92 92 a, closed at91
91c; barley, 7074c; North
Portland, June 24. Club, 8Gc;
blue stem, 89c; red, 84c; valley,
JAVA COFPEE HOUSE
Little Restaurant On Marshfield's
Water Front Will Undergo
The Java Coffee House, well known
to everybody on Coos Bay, will be
closed today for the first time since
Hank Wells, the owner, took charge.
When It Is reopened tomorrow morn
ing patrons will hardly recognize it,
ror not only will it be reDainted. en
larged, and remodeled cenerallv. hut.
a handsome range will be in the place
where the old one has prepared so
many breakfasts, dinners, and sup
pers for the many customers who
patronize the little restaurant on
Marshfield's water front. Hank will
also Introduce an innovation In t.ho
shape of a drinking fountain, which
will yield forth water for parched
When you have a job of printing you naturally want the best
quality work 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 33 J and a man
will call and give you a good figure on that job
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Program in Full Next Sunday
Something Planned fpjr Every Hour
A Cordial Invitation lis Extended Coos Bay
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Sports on Water Front
Lo'g Rolling Contest
Climbing Greased Poles
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Marshfiejd vs. North Bend
' Foot Racs, Tug of War,
Wheelbarrow traces, Ladies Races
Contests of all Kind
feig Barbecue at Noon Hour From 1 1:00 to 1:30
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