The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957, July 14, 1907, Sunday Edition, Image 7

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COOS BAY TIMES. MARSHFIELD, OREGON, SUNDAY JULY 14. 1907.
OPERATIONS OF J0,000
U. S. SAWMILLS IN J 905
Government. Compilation and Comparison
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Different States
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A compilation of the reports received from ovor 10,000 sawmills in
the United States upon their operations In 11)05 gives tho accompany
ing tabic, In which aro shown tho proportion of lumber ltlln-drled
and tho proportion surfaced, tho amount of slab wood sold, and tho
proportion of logs cut on lands bolonglng to tho sawmill operators.
No figures along these lines nro nvallablo for New York, and none aro
given for several of tho States In which the cut was very small.
Tho States In which tho largest proportion of lumber Is klln-drled by
manufacturers aro South Carolina, with 51.3 per cent; North Carolina,
with 3C.5 per cent; Florida, with 35.9 per cent; Alabama, with 34.8
per cent; and Georgia, with 30. C per cent. In other States tho amount
Is less than 30 per cent. Altogether, 1.G42 mills reported tho use of
dry kilns.
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Lyle Croxton
Claude Wood
James Barclay
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Before they buy they wish to examine
the goods and toyfinow the price, and
decide for theia&lves whether jis1 not
they will buy.
We try to tell our customers"
they want to know about anything
want to buy in our store.
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lat is why all of our customers an
Fsahsfied with their purchases.
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Arkansas 4G6 3,194
California 175 G.0G6
Colorado 52 1,091
Connecticut 93 751
Delaware 29 423
Florida 123 5,350
Georgia 349 2,042
Idaho 54 3,939
Illinois 174. G84
Indiana ". . 4G1 7G4
Iowa 30 4.31G
Kentucky 426 1,091
Louisiana 23G 9,720
Maine 373 1,999.
Maryland 114 1.43G
Massachusetts 251 1,007
Michigan 437 3,935
Minnesota 174 ll.OGS
Mississippi 355 3.GG0
Missouri 225 1.G10
Montana' 23 8,230
New Hampshire .... 278 1.22G
Now Jersey GG 2GS
North Carolina G71 1,010
Ohio 541 G13
Oregon 319 3,958
Pennsylvania 714 1,957
Ithode Island 16 S78
South Carolina .... 205 2,275
South Dakota 15 7G7
Tennessee ... r 495 1,093
Texas 1G5 5,636
Utah 21 172
Vermont 287 929
Virginia '. 458 1,562
Washington 557 7,033
West Virginia 285 2,361
Wisconsin 407 6,249
Wyoming 14 . 311
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Total 10,460
i 42,909
i 39,988
3,880
19,110
3,860
35,550
26,945
7,608
20,282
108,426
33,520
25,245
66,242
186,202
20,664
39,934
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165,001
33,509
19,291
13,573
29,606
9,540
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101,239
190,536
176,689
1,210
33,415
1,923
40,734
10,234
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56,154
213,522
559,231
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368,478
540
3,503,287
WHY DO PEOPLE BUY IN
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It is choice inside resiaenceproperty, lots
50xJ00 with alleys, iijwU sheltered with
A GOOD BAY VIEW andprices of lots
are reasonable. .For particulars see
Title Guarantee & Abstract Co.,
Henry Sengs tacken, Manager
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Commencing Tomorrow and Lasting Until Saturday, July 16th. Ever
Must Be Sold. No jGoods Carried Over for the Coming Season. '
Now Is Your Chance for a Good Dress CHEAP.
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