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THE OBEGOHA,, SATURDAY, SBPTEIBEB 16;
OTH SIDES MIT
jo Disposition SfrpWn-to Buy
RMAN 'CROP REPORTS
carcity of PengliesSends Price Up
to One Dollar Cantaloupes Still
Drug on Market Advance
in Eggs Ghccked. '
HOPS No disposition onelther aid1
to do business. ,
FRUIT Scarcity of peaches causes
high prices. Cantaloupes still lower.
EGGS Fear it Eastern receipts,
BUTTER City extras firm and
outside brands easier.
POULTRY General advance through
WHEAT Steady and fairly active.
FLOUR Local market net affected
by cut en Sound.
Portland hepdealer JUBt ,n from the
Jttevilte dietriot said yesterday that out of
growers he had talked with, only two re
rted yields eeual to 1004. Many of them
Etated that their crops wnM be a quarter.
third and a half let's than a year ago.
Krebs Bros, report that on their Brooks
rard of 224 aercs they are coming down
flight. They have 65 acros of new hops in
Ithle yard which they think wilt bring the
field up lo thej'Ield of the 1&04 crop.
A cablegram was received yesterday morning
L?by an Oregon hopdealer direct from London
'to the efeet -that there Is no further question
; about England's reduction in quantity; that
I the estimate now are below 500.000 cwU,
I with the poorest tjuallty on record and report'
lng choice hops very firm and poor goods weak.
Recardlnc the cables that Ironmonger, of
'London, la se-ndlng out about the breaking
up of the English pool. E. J. S,mlth. of this
city, said yesterday:
"The English hop pool has been dissolved for
the past six weeks. Ironmonger Is the biggest
!lear in the English market and is generally
creditod as beinc in the employ of the bears
V of Taooma and Tendon."
A letter received yesterday from F. V
Flint & Co.. of Saeramento. said some grow
ers were letting go at 13 cents, which Is a
very fair price for Saeramentoa as their val
ues usually run from one "io two cents under
Eonomas. Nothing Is doing In this state, both
buyers ;and sellers being In a waiting attitude,
October and November are expected to be the
active months. -Consumers are not likely to
come into the market now when they know
that the allghtert shew of anxiety on their
part would only strengthen growers the more
It seems to be the object of the bears to tire
out the growers by keeping out of the market
as long as possible. Whother they will suo
ceed. In breaking the producers' spirit by
thee tactics remains to be veon, but the
chances seem to be in the growers'' favor, as
prices are at a" point now where there is less
rfik In . speculation.
. The .latest mall adviceson the condition of
the German hop. .qrp are aa follows:
Absberg (Spalt) Hops much. . Improved by
rain. "Before 'this 'arrived a .small crop wa
expected; 'now,. howe-er,' the outlook favors
about, the same as -last year. The quality will
"be good.. Early jam late sorts have developed
well, and a full crop is anticipated.
Plelnfcld (Spalt) Some rain has fallen with
good Yesuits, louta hailstorm - has done mueh
damage. Hops are sound and free from dis
ease. . ,
Germereberg (Hersbruck) A recent thunder
storm has done damage, and caused -much la
bor In resetting poles, etc. Heps are fine and
pound, nut not mere than half a crop la
Schnalttach (Hersbruck) Hops continue t
develop, but have been seriously damaged by
a recent etorm.
"Neustadt fAlschgrund) The early orep is
disappointing, and If--nothing occurs In the
meantime the later growth may yield about
half a crop, not mere.
Rqttenberg (Wurtemberg) Hops are growing
out well, and present conditions, being satis
factory, indicate a favorable crop.
Tettnang (Wurtemberg) The hop harvest is
advancing slowly on-account of weather. Very
hot 'days and cold nights 'have caused the
plants n many places to become yellow. The
further the picking advances the more evident
it is that the orOp will not fill the trade estf
mates. In several plantations the yield will
be at least one-fourth less than last year.
EGO ADVANCE . CHECKED.
of Eastern Imports Prevents
From ioing Higher Now.
The egg market holds very firm, but dealers
question whether It will advance much far
ther. Although one Front-street house yester
day quoted 2"H cents, the majority did not
ask over 27 cenbs. Eastern . eggs can now. "be
spld here at a gopd profit.
The same condition exists In the butter mar-
ket where high prices are causing a steady
demand for, the Eastern art 1 41c.
Poultry cf all kinds- was in strong demand
yesterday, turkeys, ducks and jseeae. as well
las chlcTcens7sclllnVaiobd prTces.' Quotations
on hens and springs" 'were about half -a cent
higher than op Thursday.
The cheese market Is firm for all .kinds of
Oregon product. A big shipment of Easterly
block Swiss -was received on First street yesy
terdayand was. held at 15 'cents,
. PEACHES SCARCE AND -HIGH.
Best Offerings Bring $1 Per Box Bartlett
Pears Also Firmer.
Peaches were very scarce on Front street
yesterday, and some -of the best offering
brought $1 a box. Bartlett pears were alsb
scarce and firmer at $1.50. Apples moved
well and a- car,,-of -4-tler Bellflowers from
Southern Oregon were ih demand at $1.25. Te
grape situation "was about the same
the preceding day. A shipment of-blackber
ries was recelvcdfrom Sumner and was held
at $2 a crate. Cantaloupes continued a drug
oil the. market, and sales were made at 20
so cents. -
Among th day's -recefpU was, a 'car of or
anges ana a car of sweet potatoes will be
- ' Wheat aad Flour Steady.
The wheat market maintains a steady tone
wlthpnly a moderate amount of business re
ported by traders. A considerable amount of
' flour Is being shipped on previous orders, but
very little new business is being worked with
export, markets. Local flour prices, are un
changed, the cut on. the Sound having no ef
fect .here. . r ,
' il: - '
." GrsJaFkur, Feed, Etc
FLOOR Patents. $4.50 4.B5 per barrel
, tralghts. "J4A23jidears. $3.75$4; Valley
$3;fVTfp;aK61a hard" whlatTjO.SO &Y25
Graham. $3.25f23.'75:'whole wheat, $3.75:
rye flour, local. $5j Eastern. X5.30C5.6o:
cornmea. per bale. Jl.80tJ2.20. J
OATS No. l wnite xeea. -gray.
22 per ton.
WHEAT Club. 6c per nusneu; niuestem.
73c; Valley. 71c
BARLEY Tcea. -u per ion; Brewing.
21; rolled, $22 23.
RYE $ 1.30 per cental.
Ill LLSTUFFS B ran. $18 .per ton; mid
dlings. $24.50; shorts. $ 19; chop. C S. Mills.
$18; linseed ' dairy feed, $JS; alfalfa. xneal.
$18 per ton. . ,
pound sacks, $6.75"; lower grade. $506.25;
oatmeal, steel cut, 50-pound sacks, $8 per
barrel: 10-pound sacks. $4.20 per bale; oat
meal (ground). 50-pound sacks, $7.50 pei
barrel; 10-pound sacks, $4 per bale;
peas. $5-per 100-pound sack; 25-pound boxes.
$l.4ir; pearl Darter. 4.3 per iw pounas;-.-ppund
boxes, $1.23 per box; pastry flour. 10
pound sacks. $2.50 per bale.
HAT Eastern- Oregon timotny. juvrio
per ton: Valley timothy. $11 12: clover, J
$S0; cheat. $7.5000; grain hay. $5 9.
f Vegetables, Fruit, Etc.
DOMESTIC FRUITS Apples. 90cS$L75
per box; peaches. 75cfi$l per orate; plums.
50fl75c ner crate; cantaloupes. 20650c a crate:
crate; pears, $1L25 per box; watermelon;
Vjlc-Jper pound; crabappies, x per dox;
Krapes, muscat, il.o per dox; lOKey, i-oo;
blaok. 75c6t$l: casabae. $2 per dozen; pears.
$1.50; blackberries. $2 per crate.
tkopical FHUtrs Lemons, choice. $&w
.50: oranges. ..Valencia, fanes. $5.25 per
box; grapefruit; $3i3.50: nlneapples. $2.50fi
dozon; pomegranates, $11.25 per box.
FRESH VEGETABLES Beans. l4c-.per
pound; cabbage. llc per pound; caull-
nower. 5iKc per aozen; ceiery. is
per dozen; corn. SfjfOc per dozen: cucumbers,
inoir Ars-,T- r nlfint 1 ?S rr crate:
peppers, 708c per pound: pumpkins. IMQlMc:
tomatoes. 2035c per crate; squash, 5c per
ROOT 'VEGETABLES Turnips, l.-Vl.u
per sack; carrots, $ 1.25 CZ L50 - per sacjc;
beets. $115 per sack; garlic, I2c per
ONIONS Oregon. 90ep$l per sacx; uiooe.
75c per sack.
POTATOES Oreiron extra xancy. uawc
per sack; common, nominal; Merced sweets,
22l4c per pound.
DRIED FRUITS Apples. TOM per jwudq;
apricots. 12012Hc; peaches, 10&J2Vsc;
nears none: Italian nrunes. none: California
flgs. white. 46c per pound; black. 4 Q 5c;
bricks 12-14-ounce packages, iiffbuc per
box; 5S-ounce. $202.40; Smyrna, 20c per
pound; dates, JPard. Cc
RAISINS seeded, lz-ounce packages, i r
Sc; lC-ounqe, SV4 Q0c: loose muscatels, 5U If
7hic: unbleached seedless Sultanas. 6lc:
London layers. 3 -crown whole boxes of 20
pounds. $1.S3; 2-crown, $1.75.
Butter, EggB, Toultry, Etc,
BUTTER City creameries: Extra cream
ery. 8032c .per pound. State creameries:
Fancy creamery, 25030c: store butter. H
10c; Eastern creamery. 2Bw:hc.
EGGS Oregon ranch, 20327c
CHEESE 0rcKon full cream twins. 134 0
14c; Toung America, 14 15c.
POULTRT Average old Hens. l8ic;
mixed chickens. 12$!2Vc; old roosters. iSIOc:
young roosters, 11 12c; Springs. 1H to 2
pound. 13H914c; 1 to 1V pounds. Htf-HVtc;
dressed chlckenp, 14c; turkeys, live. 221c;
turkeys, dressed, choice. 20024c; geese, live,
per pound. 85c; geese, dressed, per powsd.
lOirilc: ducks. 1314c; plgons, umi.t;
Hops. WooL Hides, Etc.
HOPS-1005 choice. 15c; prime, 14c; 1904
choice. 15&17C. s
WOOL Eastern Oretron average best. 19
21c; lower grades down to 15c. according to
sbrinkage; Valley, .ic per pouno.
MOHAIR Choice. 30c per pound.
HIDES Dry hides; No. 1. 10 pounds and
up. 10417c per pound; dry kip. No. 1. 3 to
10 pounds. J4 4fl5c per pound; ary can
under S pounds. 17lSc; dry salted.
bulls and stags, one-third less than cry
flint; (culls, moth-eaten, badly cut, scored,
murrain, hair-clipped, weather-beaten or
grubby. - 6f c per pound less), salted hides:
Steers, sound. 00 pounds and over. 9Q10c per
pound; 50 to 40 pounds. SiCOc per pound;
under 50 pounds and cows, bwc per pouna;
salted kip. sound. 15 to so pounds, vc pt
pound; salted veal, sound. 10 to 14 pounds.
9c per pound; salted calf, sound, under 19
pounds. 10c per pound; Cgreen unealted, lc
per pound less; cullr. lc per pound less.
Sheep skins: Shearlings. No. 1 butchers
stock. 250c each: short wool, o. i
butchers' stock, 40630c each: medium, wool.
No. 1 butchers' stock. C0f?S0c; long wool.
No. 1 butchers' stock, $lg l.."0 each. Murrain
pelts from 10 to 20 per cent less or 12 f 14c
ner pound; horse hides, salted, each, accord
iner to size. $1.50 ?$; dry. each, according to
size, $1150; colts . hides. 23$0c each;
goat skins, common. 10 15c each; Angora
with wool on. 25c$1.50 each.
TALLOW Prime, per pound. 33Hcz zio.
2 and grease. 2?3c.
FURS Bear skins, as to size. No. 1, $2.58
10 each: cubs. 12. badger. ii&iOc: wild
cat. with head perfect 25050c: house cat.
5ft 10c; fox. common gray. 507Jo; red. $3
3; orotm. $515: silver and black. $100fff200;
flfhers, $St0; lynx. $4.5000; mink, strletly
No. 1. according to size, $102.50; marten,
dark Northern, according .to size and color.
$10f l5: marten, pale, pine, according to
size and color. $250 4; muskraL. large." 109
15c; skunk. 40oc; civet or polecat. 5f 10c;
otter, laj-ge. prime akin, $(510; panther,
with head and claws perfect. 5205; raccoon,
prime, 4IO50c; mountain wolf, with head
perfect, $8.5065; coyote, C0c$l; wolverine.
$08; beaver, per skin, large. $500; me
dium.. $3 4: -small. $11.50; kits. 50 f 75c
BEESWAX Good, clean and pure. 20
22c per pound.
CASCARA SAGKADA (Chlttam bark)
Good, 3c per pound.
Groceries, Nuts, Etc.
COFFEE Mocha, 22Sc; Java, ordinary.
ise22c: Costa Rica, fancy. 16020c: coed.
lGtf'ISc; ordinary, 10 if 12c per pound; Colum
bia roast, cases. 100s. $14.25; 50s, $14.25; Ar-
buckle. lo.5; Lion, $is.5.
RICE Imperial Japan No. 1. $3.57:
Southern Japan. $3.50; Carolina s. 5Cc;
brokenhead, 23c. .
SALMON Columbia River, l-pdund tails.
$1.75 per dozen; 2-pound talis, $2.40; 1-pound
flats, $1.85; lancy, lviH-Pound fiats, $1.60:
-pound fiats. $1.10; Alaska pink. 1-peund
-talis S5c; red, 1-pound talis, $1.30; sockeyes.
1-peund talis. $1.65.
SUGAR Sack basis. 1O0 pounds: Cube.
$5.60; powdered. $5.55. dry granulated. $5.43;
extra C. fi vb; golden C S4.65; rrult sugar.
$5.45; advances over sack basis, as follows:
Barrels. 10c; nait-barreis, 25c; boxes. 50c
per 100 pounas. nerms: On . remittance
within 15 cays, deduct lie per pound; If
later than 15 days and within 30 days, de
duct Uc per pound, no discount after 30
days.)' Beet sugar, granulated, $3.35 per 100
pounds: maple sugar 1516c per pound,
SALT California, $11 per ton, $1.60 per
bale; Liverpool. 50s. $17; 100s. $16.50; 200s.
$10; half-pound 100s, $7; 50s, $7.30.
NUTS Valnuts. 135ic per pound by sack,
lc extra for less than sack; Brazil .nuts, 15c;
filberts, 14ct pecans. Jumbos, lie; extra
large, 1 5c; almonds. I. X. L.. 164 c: chest
nuts, Italians, 15c; Ohio. $4.50 per 25-pousd
drum; peanuts, raw. 7c per pound; roasted,
0c; plnenuts, 10912c; hickory nuts. 7c;
cocoanuts. 7c; cocoanuts, 35900c per dozen.
BEANS Small white. SSe44c; large
white. 3c; pink, 3J43Hc; bayou. 4k(5,5c;
BEEF Dressed bulls. Igr2c per pound;
coivs. 304c: countn' steers. 44V4c
ITEALr'i-pres'sed. 75 to "125" pounds, 74
8c; 125 to 20ff pounds, 4Q'6c; 200 pounds
MUTTON ir.essed. fancy. Ga 7c
pound; ordinary, 4 85c; lambs 72?7 V5 c
--P.OB-KDressed. 100 to 150. 70714c;
and up, GfSClic per pound.
f Provisions and Canned Meats.
4 HAMS 10 to 14 pounds, 14c per po,und;
14 ao Ip pounds. lS4c; IS to 20 pounds,
134c;- California picnic).. Oc; cottage
hams. Sc; shoulders, 8c; boiled ham. 21c;
boiled picnic ham. boneless 15c
BACOK fancy breaictast, 10 c per
pound; standard nreaKiast. l.Vic; choice.
16c; English breakfast, 11 to 14 pounds.
13c; peach bacon, 14c
DRY SALT CURED Regular short clears.
11c; dry salt. 12c smoked; clear backs. 11c:
drr salt. 12c smoked: clear bellies, 14 to 17
ipou'nds average, none; Oregon exports, 20 to
25 -pounds, average, lliic: dry salt, I2lc
Nsmoked; -Union butts, 10 to 18 pounds aver
PICKLED GOODS Pork, barrels. $18;
half-barrejs. $0.50; beet, barrels, $12; half-
SAUSAGE Ham. 13c per pound: minced
ham 10c: Summer, choice dry. 17Ac: bo
lognas long. 54c; welnerwurst,' 8c; liver, 6c;
pork. 0C10c; headcheese, Cc; blood, 6c; bo-.
logna sausage, nntc
CANNED MEATS Corned beef, pounds.
per dozen. -$I-2; two pounds, $2.35: six
pounds. $8. Roast beef, flat, pounds. $1.25:
two pounds, $225; six pounds, none. Roast
beer, tall, pounus, none; two pounds. $2.35;
six pounds, none. Lunch tongue, pounds.
S3.1S. Roast mutton, six pounds. $8.50.
LARD Leaf lard, kettle rendered, tierces,
11c; tubs. ll4c; 50. ll4c; 20s, llic; 10s,
ll4c; 5s, 11 vie Standard pure: Tierces,
10c: tubs. lOUc; 50s, lOiic: 20s. lOSic: 10s.
J0"4c; 5s, lOTic Compound; Tierces. 6c;
tubs, one; 508. uftc; ius. o,c; ts, o-jc
TTTRPENTINE Cases. 86c per gallon.
WHITE LEAD Ton lota, 74o; 500-pound
lots, 74o; less tnan suu-pouna iota, 5c
GASOLINE Stove gasoline, cases .234 c;
Iron barrels, 17c; SO fieg. gasoline, cases, 32c;
iron barrels or drums, 26c
COAL OIL Cases. 20Hc; Iron barrels. 14c;
wood barrels, ,17c; C3 deg cases, 22c; Jron
iaNSEED-OILr-Raw.,5-barrel loti, 63c; 1-
ibarrtl.lote.Mc;. wejL..Ac: Mea.sarrcj
J lou.&5c; J-barrel lots, Mc;. casts,., Clc
CEREMS CLIMB ffP
San Francisco Grain Markets
. SHpw ImproYemerit.
WHEAT AND BARLEY HIGHER
Oregon Apples 'Arc Selling Well.
Fruit Market Overloaded AVith
.Peaches- .Potatoes Are
. Generally. Easier..
" SAN FRANCISCO. CaL. 'Sept. 15. Sjxctal.)
The local 'cereal market showed much Im
provement. Speculative trade In wheat and
barley was active all day at sharply advaaelag
prices- The December option reaobrd $1.54?i
for wheat and $1-04 -for barley. Many aborts
were, covered. , Cash wheat wao firmer at hh
changed prices. Spot barley advanced to
$1.00" at $1.07H for choice feed. Oats bad
a mueh better tone with choice reds, blacks
and whites quoted higher. Leading Jobbers
here deny the story wired from Tacoma that
they will spend $250,000 In building ware-,
houses on the,- Sound to store "Washington
eats. New large white beans sold at $50.
Feed stufto and choice hay were firmer.
The fruit market Is still overloaded with
peaches, mently of poor quality, which sell
lew, .but stocks are likely to be well cleaned
up In a few days. Oregon Gravensteia ap
ples and recent arrivals sold up to $1.40 for
four tiers. AH good applca are selling welL
Table grapes are easier. The seedless va
riety is now more plentiful. German prunes
are very firm, up to 00 cents. A fresWy
arrived carload of Redlands grape fruit Is
selling at $263.70.
River and Salinas potatoes are In liberal
supply with prices generally easy. Onloas
are practically unchanged at ur6$9c Gar
den vegetables are weak.
Butter and eggs are In ample sfippiy with
easier ymptoms. Cheese Is -steady. Re
ceipts, 47.600 pounds of butter. 41,600" pounds
of cheese and 21.810 dozen eggs.
VEGETABLES CueHmbers, 23340e; garlic.
&5c;" green peas. 2Virc: string beans. It
2 Vic; tomatoes, 25fl4&c; okra. 404jfvc; egg
POULTRY Turkey gobblers. 192e; roost
era. old. $44.SO; roosters, young. $1.W$&3:
broilers, email. $2g.S0; broilers, large. $2
2.50; fryors, $J4fJ.W); fryers, young, $f4.
EGGS Store. 22Sc; fancy ranch. 35c;
. BUTTER Fancy creamery. 26c; croaascry
"feoonds, 22c; fancy dairy, nominal; dairy sec
WOOL San Joaquin, 11614c: Nevada. 15f
IPc; lambs, llfilbc
MILLSTUFFS Bran $20.5021; middlings,
HAY Wheat, $014 ; wheat and oat. $
13; barley. $3f; straw, $0f; clover. $7
10; stock. $5f 5.50; straw, per bale, 305Oe.
POTATOES SaHnas Burbanks', Se4r$l:
CHEESE Young America, U612c; East
FRUITS Apples, choice. $1.40; eommoa. 50e;
bananas, $13; Mexican limes, $5.506; Cali
fornia, ijpmons. choice, $4.50; common. $1.5e;
oranges. na-cla. $24j4; pineapples. $2fi.S9.
HOP3 1904, lSS'lSc; J&05. 14015c
RECEIPTS Flour, 20.000 quarter-sacks;
Hheat: SlJOOO eenUls; barley. 0147 centals;
oats. S1SC' centals: beans. S07 sacks: potatoes.
72 racks;' bran. 1000 sacks; middling. 408
saeks; hay, 555 tons; wool. 116 bales; hides, 11.
MONEY QUESTION . FIRST
STILL- DOMIXATIXG IXFLUENGE
IX STOCK MARKET.
Important evs Developments 01
the Day Arc Almost Ignored.
"Week's Currency Movement.
NEVYORK. Sept. 15. The. money market
situation reasserted Its Influence on stocks
today and checked the efforts by profeasSooal
operators to lift prices. The Influence of the
money situation was due more to the pros
pects of a poor bank, statement than to any
actual operations in the loan market, although
the 4 jx-r eent touched for money or call reg
istered the maximum for the season thus tar
and served ao an admonition of- the actual
scarcity "of funds.
Some of the news developments were of a
character that would have been regarded as
Important at another time, but were over
shadowed almost entirely by the money ques
tion. The demonstration for wresting cob
trol of the Wabash system from Its present
hands caused a sharp advance In thfc securi
ties of that company. But hostile demoastra-
Hons among railroad owners and capitalists
are not relished by stock market operators, and
the effect of the news en the general list be
came more depressing than Otherwise. There
was a dread that the contest might reveal a
struggle between vast Interests behind the
nominal contestants which might cause dis
Contrary Inferences were drawn from the
announcement of the passing of control of
the Cincinnati, -Hamilton & Dayton syHtm to
J. P. Morgan & Co., as it was believed the
effect 'would be harmonizing of the various
claims. It was considered probable that the
newly acquired property would be parcelled
out among various companies with a common
interest in its control. The effect of this sup
position bad to do .with the special strength
of Cheseneake & Ohio.
Estimates of the week's currency movement
differed., widely, but only as to the amount
of their excers oyer the lets to the banks by
the sub-Treasury absorption oi funds. This had
xaehed $6.27.O00 up to Thursday, with one
more day to figure In the result as It will
-ehowMn . the bank statement. Confidence Is
felt that the process of shifting of loans from
banks-to tru'tn companies has been continued
in sufficient' force to affect , the showing of
loan reduction by the banks and the conserva
tion of their .reserves within the legal limit.
Nothing developed from yesterday's rumors of
furthrr large Jgold engagements for Import. A
reduction' in the price "of copper was an Inci
dent of the day. The volume of sales under
went considerable shrinkage for the day, and
the dullneea-Tvas .progressive up to the close.
The day's changes- arexmotly unimportant-
Bonds were Irregular. Tptal sales, par value.
$2,010,000. United States bonds were all un
changed on, .call.
Sales. High.- Low. dote.
Amalg Copper .
. 3.100 304
do prefd .rf..
American Etxpress... . .. .
Amrr H & L pfd.-.. 400 34
American Ice ..-... 400 2SH
Amer Linseed Oil ..t.... t..
do prefd -
Amer Locomotive ... S,TXX 51U
do prefd 200"313X 113U 115
American S & U.-. DO0 1274 12c J26U
ao preio ....... ...sww izs
Amer Sug -ReXng..-, .700 . 130; 133
Amer Tob pfd certlf..'.- 500 10oi
Anaconda Slln Co.;. 1.700 115H I14U
Atchison SjlOO O0!i 00U
do prefd ..." 200 105 105
Atlantic Coast Line.. 300 165 105
Baltimore & Ohio. . .16,200 113K 11214 1124
aa prat,. .... .. js
Brook Rap "Cran a.wo tojs 6SU estfi
Canadian Pacific 16,700 168 166 1GTT
Central' t ,V J . 212'
Central Leather 200 41 414 41tJ
io prciu . ......... ) jui iiu iirz.
Chesapeake & Ohlo..lo,600 Siji 56 56
unicago - Alton .... .... .. .. .19
do prefd 7S
Chicago Gt Western.. 1,700 214 21V4 21U
Chicago & N W. 211. .
C. M & St F 1M0O 170H 17SH ITS
Chicago Ter it Trans ir
do prefd .: 3S4
u. u..v; 6& a l.. ...... .... .. .. w
Colo, fuel . & Iron 1.700 434- 42, -42T4
Colorado t Southern.
,do 1st prefd ...... .100 61H ' 61J4- 61
i-.do.2d , pre fd, A2-Z 4242iL
Coriolldaled Gra.T.r" 100153',; !S3-iS3
Cera Product ......
Del & Hudson
Del. jack ft West..
D & R G
do 1st prefd
ao za nrefd
General Electric . . .
Hocking Vajjey ....
UOO 170U 1T0H 170
iiimois .enirai .....
Inter , Paper
do prefd ex dlv...
jw -urj rn
go pretd .
K C Southern
do prefd ....
Louis & Nashville..
Metropolitan St Ry.
Mexican Central ...
Minn & St L
M. St R & Sit Sle M.
do nrefd 1.HO0
Missouri Pacific ....53.-100
M. K & T...? 1.000
do prefd '200
National Lead 200
Nat R R of Mex pfd.. 300
N Y Central 1.SO0
a o & w K
Norfolk. & Western.. 4,800
North American .
Pacific Mall .....
People's Gas ....
P. C C & St L...
Pressed Steel Car
Pull Pal Car
. 1.100 211H 210
. 300 -I5 44H. 44
.13.000 1444 1 143
. 100 I09U 103U -H
. 4.700 44& 43U 41H
.24.300 110 118H 11SS
do 1st prefd ...
do 2d prefd ....
Republic Steel ..
Rook Island Co, .
do prefd ......
Rubbet Goods . .
do nrefd ......
60 79 Vi
St L & S F 2d prefd
St L S W 800
do prefd 700
Stors Sheffield MX)
Southern Pacific ....10.400
Tenn Coal & Iron
Texas & Pacific
T. St L Jfc W.-..
Union Pacific ...
TT S Express :
U S Rubber 12.100
do prefd 1.S00
U S Steel 17.000
do prefd 13.100
Air Car Chem..... ....
Western Union ...
W &. L E
Total sales for the day. 527,000 shares.
NEW YORK. Sept, 15. Closing quotations:
U. S. ref. 2s reg.l04U
do coupon 1014
U. S. 3s reg 104
' do eeupon 104
U. S. new 4 s re g. 134
do coupon 134
U. S. old 4s reg.lOl'i
do coupon 1 05 Vi
Atchison Adj. 4s 00
D. & R. G. 4s..l01Vi
N. Y. C- G. 3Hs. 99H
Nor. Pacific 3s.. 774
Nor. Pacific 4s.. 1034
So. Pacific 4s. . . 05 H
Union Pacific 4s. 134 U
Wis. Central 4s.. 04 H
Jap. 6s. 2d ser..l0Oi
Jap. 4s, cer... 00
Stocks at London.
London, Sept.- 15. Consols for money,
SO 11-16: consols for account. 60 13-16.
Anaconda 54 Norfolk &. West
Atchison 0341 do preferred..
do preferred... 1 OS I Ontario & West
Baltimore & O..U0H Pennsylvania ..
Can. Pacific 172H Rand Mines
Che. & 0 5SiRead!ng
C Gt Western. 22 I do 1st pref...
C M&SC P. .165 I do 2d pref..
D. & R. Grande. 36 H
do preferred... 103 V5
do preferred... 02
So. Pacific 70S
Union Pacific... 1364
do preferred ... 00
do- 1st pref. .. . S5j
do. 2d pref 77 Vi
U. S. Steel
Illinois -Central. 153
Louis. & Nash.. 133
Mo.. Kas. &' T. . 33 Hi
N. Y. Central... 1534 Spanish Fours
Money, Exchange, Etc.
NEW YORK. Sept. 15. Money on call, firm
and higher. 24C4 per cent; closing bid. 34 U
offered 4 per cent. Time loan, slightly firm-.
er; GO days. 3ff4 per cent; 00 days. 4&44.
per cent; six months. 4U4Vi per cenL Prime
mercantile paper. 44644 per" cent.
Sterling exchange, steady, with actual bus!
sees In bankers bills -at- $4.S50594.S310 far
demand and at $4.623504.S24O for 60-day bill
posted rates. $4.S3H'f?4.S4 and $!.&64.S64:
commercial bills. $4.81;.
Bar silver 62V4c.
Mexican dollar? ITUc
Government bonds, "steady; railroad bonds.
LONDON. Sept. 15. Bar sliver", steady, 28id
per ounce. Money. lUtslVj per cen.
Dlsoouat rate, short and three months' bill
2 per cent.
S.CN FRANCISCO. Sept. 15. Silver bars
Mexican dollars, nominal.
Drafts, tight, le; telegraph, 3c. '
Sterling. Go days, $4.824: sight. $1.85.
Bank deanngs et the Northwestern
yesterday were as follows:
Portland $740. COT
Dally Treasury Statement.
WASHINGTON. SepL 15. Today's state?
ment of the Treasury balances In the general
fund, exclusive of ' the $150,000,000 gold re
Available rash balance S132.PS0.2S2
Gold coin and bullion 57.25S.3S2
Gold certificates 42.C00.176
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 15. The official
closing quotations for mining stocks today
were as follows:
Alpha Con. $ .10
Andes ...( 20
..$ .04 :
Best & Beloher. . 1.1
Bullion ......... .36!
Challenge Con. . .13
Con. Cal. & Va..
Crown Point". . . .
Gould &. Curry..
Utah Con. ......
Hale & Norcross 1.251
NEW YORIO Sept, 13. Closing quotations!
Adams Con $ -351
Little Chief......"! 03
Ontario ........ 1 .1.75
Breece v. .SSIOphlr 3.00
Com stock Tun.
Con. Cal. &. Va
Horn Silver 1.75
Iron Silver 3.25
Sierra Jevada... . .30
Small Hopes 20
Leadvllle Con... .06
BOSTON, Sept. 15. Closing quotations:
Adventure ....$ 5.00'Mont C. & C. .$ 2.SS
Allouez 32.75Old Dominion.
Am. Zinc O.OOlParrot
AtlanUc 21.75Qulncy . ..
Bingham O.SO Shannon .
Cat A. Hecla. . o-5.ooi-i amarack
15.00JU. S. Mining..
76.001U. S. OH
' 7.3S Victoria
12.C3 Wolverine ....
Dried Fruit at New York. .
NEW YORK. Sept. 15. The Jnaret or
evaporated apples shows no fresh, feature; with
spat quotations firmly held. Common to good
are quoted at 4HG6c; prime; 774c and
choice. 7e. and fancy, 6c
Prunes also are unchanged; quotations range
from 5 to S'.ie. according to grade.
Apricots are quiet and unchanged." Choice
quoted at StlSHc; extra cnolce. 6HtS4c. and
Peachea remain in very light supply with
fancy about the only grade available on spot
and quoted at HVfc-
The raisin combination on the Coast has not
yet made prices on the new crop, but It U
reported that outside interests are offering
loose ncatel at 556c. The spot market is
-unchanged, with locse muscatels quoted at 54
?7nc; seeded raisins. 5U6S-4C and London
ST. LOUIS. -Sept. 15. Wool Steady.; terrj
. tory and Western medium, 2Sff30c; fine
mTdluKI22cflaeTn0cr - -r
ALL LINES RGT1VE
Fall Trade Distribution Is in
.. Full Swing.
igHCORN CROP NEARLY- SAVED
Iron and Steel Arc In Exceptionally
Good Demand, With Output
Heavily Sold Ahead Big
NEW YORK. Sept- 15. Bradstreefs tomor
row, will say:
Trade and Industry continue -remarkably ac
tive in nearly all lines. Fall distribution Is
in full pwlng and in portion ofthe "West Is
of uprecedeBted volume. Interior merchants are
still greatly in k evidence in many; primary
markets. Three-fourths of the com crop is
out of danger of freat,.lrvn and steel are fn
exceptionally ;good demand, with the output
heavily sold ahead and prices tending upward,
and building and building material are appar
ently as active as at any preceding period this
year. Labor eeema to be very well employee,
though a few strikes, notably In the print
ing and building trade, disturb the otherwise
very quiet appearance of the Industrial situa
tion. Collections generally are good for this
season of the year, despite the fact that retail
trade In the agricultural regions U still re
tarded by active farming operations.
Business being handled by the railways is
of laixe orocortions despite, the lighter grain
disposition, to take eurrent prices for their
proaucu. urwjs earnings lor Aui,uji
per eent la excess' of a year ago., when the
present wave of a'atlvlty first manifested it
self, marking a eshtlnulng progressive gain
for that month In every quarter since lbOtt-
The copper market Is an exception to the
general strength of metals, the export demand
having fallen off and the domestic demand be-
Business failures In the United States for
the week ending.. September . 14 number 1SS
against 137 lair week and 167 In the like week
of 18o4. In Canada, failures for the week
number 32. as against 25 last week and 20 in
this week last. year.
"Wheat. InclBdlHg flour, exports for the week
ending September 14 are 1.CS2.402 bushels.
against 1.104,215 last week and 065.S34 this
week last year. From July 1 to date the ex
ports are 11.783.373 bushels, against 15.3TO.
117 last year.
NEW YORK. Sent 13. The following ta
ble. compiled by Bradstreet. shows the bank
clearings at the principal cities for the week
ended September 14. with the percentage
of. Increase and decrease as compared- with
the corresponding week last year:
112, 004. SSI
New Orleans ....
Buff aft v...
Denver , . . . .
Spokane, Wash ..
Charleston. S. C. . .
Jacksonville. Fla. .
Kalamazoo.. Mleh. .
Fargo. N. D
Greensburs. Pa. . . .
Sleux Falls. S. D..
Mansfield. ' O
TetaL U. 5
Outslde N. Y;,
Ottawa . -
Vancouver". . B. C. .
St. John. N. B....
London. Ont. ......
Victoria. B. C. ...."'
Total. Canada... .$ 65,152,700
'Balances paid In cash.
CONFIDENCE IS STRONGER.
Industrial. Commercial and Agricultural
Progress I Satisfactory.
NEW YORK. Sept. 15. R O. Dun & Co.'s
weekly review of trade will say:
Industrial, commercial and agricultural prog
ress Is satisfactory- Nothing has occurred to
weaken confidence, the deposition being to ex
tend plans further Into' tha. future and many
plants have their facilities engaged well Into
next year. As demand broadens there Is
natural tendency to enlarge capital, which
adds to the already exceptional structural ac
tivity. Thus far the weather has not been
cold enough to harm the crops that remain
to be harvested, and another week of favor
able conditions should assure an unprecedent
ed yield of corn, several settlements maintain
labor disputes at a minimum and mercantile
collections continue prompt.
A few complaints of Inadequate trans porta
tlon. facilities from manufacturing centers are
attributed to the requirement of grain mov
ing Railway earnings thus far reported
September were 3.7 per cent larger than 'last
year, while foreign commerce at this port
the last week showed gains of 32.364.1&Q. In
the value of exports and $97,651 In Imports,
as comp.ared.with 1904.
r The" official report of export?6f stapIeVproi'
ucts from all porta 0C the United States in
August exhibited a gain of $16,S33.SBt over
the same month last year.
Large exports of packer hides are reported.
but on heavy Texas steers small concessions
were made, although the limited offerings' in
other sections of the market maintained the
average prices at the highest point.
Failures this week numbered 104 In. the
United States, against 240 last year, and 29
In Canada, compared with 21 a year ago.
OREGON CLIP TURNED OVER.
All of This Yeart Wool Now In Consumers
BOSTON. Mass.. Sept. 14. Special.) There
is an actual scarcity here of good medium ter
ritory wool, and the general market outside
of domestic fleeces Is sold close up. Prac
tically SO per cent of this year's clip has
parsed to consumers. PracUcally all the Ore
gon., rilp has been turned over and big In
roads made in the supply from Wyoming,
and Utah with two-thirds of the Montana al
lotment. A line of Valley Oregon. Including
No. 2 and No. 3 grades, has been transferred
at 32 cents, but in Eastern staple the market
Is cleaned up. From present advices by Bos
ton buyers In the field the 1006 clip will have
been all contracted before it Is fully grown.
MILLERS WHEAT STOCKS
GENERALLY UNDER THOSE OP
A YEAR AGO.
No Movement Probable In the Mid
dle AVest Until After Seeding
CHICAGO, Sept. 15. The wheat market
opened firm with December up t4c and Ue
at 834c to S348S3c. Wet weather was re
ported In many sections of the Spring wheat
country and there was a bullish tone In
cables. From the start, shorts and commis
sion houses were active bidders, but offerings
were light. Later in the section, a prom
inent bull Joined In the buying movement.
The Impetus derived from this source Impart
ed a decidedly strong undertone . to the mar
ket. Bullish enthusiasm continued In force
up to the close. One factor stimulating the
demand for wheat during the last half of the
session was a report by a St. Louis crop
journal regarding stocks of Winter wheat
held flouring mills and elevators. Advices
frorn'over 100 millers located in 10 states and
two territories. It was stated In the report,
showed that stocks of wheat were generally
below what they were a year ago. The re
port further claimed that no movement of
consequence Is probable until after seeding
Is completed. In December, the highest point
of the day was reached at 84Hc. The mar
ket closed strong, with December He "P at
Corn was -active and strong throughou
December closed up Sic at 44"S5f?44ie.
Oats were strong and active. December
closed 4c higher at 2ST4c
Provisions were firm on moderate support
from packers. At the close, January pork
was up 12o''15e; lard was up 2e$5c, and
rlfca were 7Hd higher.
The leading futures ranged as folio we:
September $ .S3 $ .S-ti
December .834 .84
May 83H .S6
September old.. .534 .54
September new.. .53V .54
December old... .43i -4u
December new.. .44'i .44&
May -43?j .43
September ..... .27 ,284
December ...... .2S; .29
. 7.60 7.62K
October . .
Caah quotations were as fellows
Wheat No. 2 spring. S8c; No. 3. 80S3c
No. 2 red. S2!flS3-4c
Corn No. 2. 544e: No. 2 yellow. 54c.
Oats-No. 2. 2SHc; No. 2 white. 204S0c
No. 3 white. 27fte204e.
Rye No. 2, 6364c.
Barley Good feeding. 3040c; fair to eholee
malting. 41 4 8c.
Seed No. 1 flax. $1.02; No. 1 Northwestern,
$1.05; prime timothy. $3.15.
Mess Pork Per barrel. $15.4O15.50.
Lard Per 100 pounds. $7.62.
Short ribs sides (loose). $8.4358.50.
Short clear eides (boxed). $3.750.
Clover Contract grade. $11.
Oato, bu. . .
Grain and Produce at New York.
NEW YORK. Sept. 15. Flour Receipts. 12,
CCO barrels; exports. 9200 barrels: steady and
Wheat Receipts. SCO0: spot, stronger: No.
2 red. SSUc elevator and SOHc f. o. b. afloat
No. I Northern Duluth. 91c f. o. b.. afloat.
The wheat market was generally Arm all day
and closed H5c not higher. May eHweu 90e
September closed 8Sic; December closed SOlie.
Hops and wool Steady.
Grain at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 13. Wheat, steady;
Wheat Shipping. $1.4051.50: milling. $1.324
Barler Feed. $l.02$1.06tf . brewing. $1.074
1.10.. , V
Oats Red. $1.25fiL45: white, $1.37431.50
Call board sales:
Wheat December. $1.344.
.Barley December. $1.044-
Corn Large yellow. $1.37H8L-i2ii.
Minneapolis Wheat Market,
MINNEAPOLIS. Sept. 15. Wheat Septem
her. 81ieSl)ic; December. 81482c; May.
S3ic: No. 1 hard. 85c; No. 1 Northern. 84c
No. 2 Northern. 81c
. Wheat at Liverpool.
. LIVERPOOL. Sept. J5. Wheat March,.
74d. The weatner in tngiana. toaay was nne.
Wheat at Tacoma.
TACOMA. Sept. 15. Wheat Unchanged
bluestem. 72c; club. 60c; red. 65c
Prices Quoted Locally on Cattle, Sheep- and
The following livestock prices were quoted
yesterday In the local market:
CATTLE Best Eastern Oregon steers, $3
3.25: good cows, $2.252'.50; common cows
$1.601.75; calves, 125 to 150 pounds. $5;
to 230 pounds. $3.54.
SHEEP Best Eastern Oregon and Valfey.
$3.253.50f medium. $3; lambs. $4.234.50.
HOGS Best large fat bogs." $6.25.50.
Prices Current at Kansas City, Omaha
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Sept. 15. Cattl
Receipts 5000: market steady. Natlv
steers, $4C; native cows andi heifers. $L0
5.23; stockers and feeders. $2.50 4.25
bulls. $203.23; calves, $36.50; Western
steers, $34.B3; Western cows. $1.73 3.25.
Hogs Receipts 3000; market 3c higher.
Bulk of sales, $5.10 5.30; heavy, $3.10
5.30; packers. $5.13 5.35; pigs and light,
Sheep Receipts 1000; market steady.
Muttons, $4.2305.25; lambs." $5.23 3.70
range wethers. $4.40 5.23; fed ewes,
SOUTH OMAHA, Sept. 13. Cattle
celpts 2500; market stead''. Native steers.
$3.73 6.10; cows and heifers,, $X734.3;
Western steers. $34.85; Texas steers; $2.75
3.33; cow and heifers, $293.40; canners.
$1.5Q2.30; stockers- and feeders $2,259
25; calves. $2.50 35.50; bulls, stags, etc
Hogf Receipts 4500; market 3 10c high-.
. Heavy. $3.103.25: mixed, $5.155.23;
light, $3.2005.30; pigs, $4.305; bulk of
sales. $3.20 3.23.
Sheep Receipts S500; market X013c low
. Western yearlings, $4.605; wethers.
$4.254.50; ewes.. $3.30 4.23; lambs. $09
CHICAGO. Sept. 15. Cattle Receipts
3000; market steady. Beeves, $3.73 6.33:
stockers and feeders. $2.404.40; cows and
ielfers. $1.334.60; Texas fed steers. $3.25.
4.50: Western 'steers. $3.104.S0.
Hogs Receipts 12,000; market 5c higher.
Mixed and butchers. $3. 05 3.70; good to
choice heavy. $5.155.70; rough heavy. $4.90
5.10; light, $5.105.55; pigs. $4.805-25:
bulk of sales. $3.35 5.55.
Sheep Receipts 10.000; sheep and lambs
teady. Sheep. $3.63 3; lambs. $4.257.60.
NEW YORK. Sept. l5. The London tin
market was slightly easier at 1146 2s 6d for
pot. and 145 7s 6d for futures. Locally the
market- was quiet and 'with epot quoted at
Copper was also easier sold at 68 2s 6d for
spot and 168 10s for futures. Locally the
market Is unsettled and quiet. Lake and
electrolytic are quoted at 1616.23c,. and cast
ing 15.75JJ 16c.
Lead was unchanged at 4.834.80c in the
loca market and at 13. 17s Sd In London.
Spelter was also unchanged ' in both -markets,
closing at 26 In London and 5,805.00i
Iron closed at 47s 2d for .standard foundry
and at.4Ss 3d at MIddlesboro In the foreign
markets. Locally the market Is reported very
firm. No. 1 foundry northern .is quoted at
$16.50517.75; No. 2 foundry northern. $16
16.75; No. 1 foundry Southern. $16.2516. 3;
No. I foundry Southern. $16.25li. and r-o.
2 Southern foundry. $15.75$16.50.
Coffee and Sugar. .
NEW YORK. Sept. 15. The market for. cof
fee futures closed steady at a decline Of; 5315 -points;
total sales were 35.250 bags, includ
ing December. 5.75c; January. 7.15c; March.
"fT 15c and May. 7.30T.35c SDOt Klo
nominal; No. 7 invoice, 8-Hc; mild, quiet; CorA
sugar Kaw nominal: rair renning,
3 5-163: centrifugal. 06 test. 3?ic: molasses
sugar. 2i2 15-lBo. Kennea, quiei; crusaeu.
$6; powdered. $5.40; granulated, $5.30.
Dairy Produce In the East.
CHICAGO. Sept. 13. On the produce ex
change today the butter mantel, was firm;
creamery. 17g20ttc: dairy. lO'.sU i3'c
Eggs Firm, lie; nrsts. jac; prime nrsi.
2c; extras. 22c.
Cheese steaay. uieuftc.
NEW YORK. Sept. 15. Butter Steady.
Eggs Steady, unchanged.
New York Cotton Market.
NEW YORK. SeDt. 15. Cotton futures
chfefiri stearfv nt the lowest oolnt of the ses
sion or a net decline of 6.14 points. Septem-
her. 10.32c; October. 10.32c; November. 10.20c;
December. I0.36e: January. iu.uc: ruiua.ij,
10.43c; March. 10.49c; April, 10.52cr May.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS.
FOWLER-ZANIBITZEN C. W. Fowler,
2. 133 North Eleventh street; Ida Zanl-
bltzen. 22. " . . .
M'DONALD-LIVESLEY K. w. Jicuonaio.
41, Hotel Scott; Victoria Livesley, 3J.
irnppERT At 874 North Union avenue.
August 2j. to the wife of Bernard Koppert, a f
GUTHRIE At 220 East Seventeenth street.
September 5. to the wife of Ivan E. Outhrle.
a son. 'I t
W1TTE At Anabel Station. &epiemoer x.
to the wife of Otto Ferdtnand Wltte. a son.
BARKER At 71 East seventn street, Sep
tember 2. to the wife of William ineoaore
Barker, a daughter.
poyt.E At North Pacific Sanitarium,
September 14, Miss Edith Loulse Coyle, a.
native of Iowa, aged 22 years. 3 months and
GRAY At universtty rarit. oepieniucr
-tr Sarah Jan Orv. a native of Pennsyl
vania, aged 58 years, 4 months and 27 days.
JOHNSON At 123 East Alder street. Sep
tember 13. Mathlas Johnson, a native of Nor
way, aged 73 years. 1 month and 22 days.
MRS. M. A. WILHELM Repairs to dwell
ing. Johnson street, between Fourteenth and
m. E MARSHALL Three dwellings. Sec
ond street, between Hall and Lincoln. $2300.
E. F. BREWER Dwelling. AlDina ave
F. L. WRIGHT nam. jurry street. Be
tween Front and First. $73.
J. R. MANN Dwelling. East Yamhill
street, between East Twentieth and East
S. A. M'NEIL Dwelling. Wasco street, be
tween East Twenty-sixth and East Twenty
eighth. $2100. ,
JOHN ANNAND Dwelling. East Twenty
first snd Wasco streets, $4336.
L. R. LULL Dwelling, East Ninth and
Carruthers streets. $300. .
MRS. WETZEL Dwelling. CommercIAl and
Fremont streets. $1000.
J. CAMPBELL Repair of dwelling. East
Eighth and Grant streets. $200.
MRS. MARKLEY Dwelling. Schuyler and
East Sixth streets. $430.
D. H. KINCAID Dwelling. Pacific avenue
and East Twenty-second street. $450.
E. WIEMANN Dwelling, Cleveland ave
nue, between Going and Maegly streets. $300.
J. SCHADE Dwelling. Tillamook street,
near Union avenue. $1700.
MISS CAROLINE BECK Dwelling. Weld
ler strtet. between East Seventh and East
Real Estate Transfers.
American Trust &. Investment Co. to
F. W. Huntington, lot 16, block 43.
Sellwood . j 130
E. B. Holmea and wife to W. S.
Wheeler. lot 24, block 14. Willam
ette i 1
Mary N. 3IarrllI and husband to L. J
R Lull, east 67 feet lot 3. block
92. Stephens Addition ' 530
R. B. Lamson to Jennie 31. Lamson.
lot 8. block 21. Willamette Heights .
Addition , 1
R. B. Lamson and wife to R. B.
Lamson et al.. west 73 feet of
north Vi lot 8, block 4. cltyv 16.000
American Investment Co. to G. E.
Waggoner, sundry lots In Hill View
and other property T 10
Wyandotte Egg Farm to M. N. Mayo
et aL part of R. Gray D. L. C.
section 8. township 1 south, range
2 east 2,000
Eva L. Anderson and husband to J.
Kolb et al.. parcel land beginning
at southeast corner tract A. in
School Park, section 16. 'township
l'south. range 2 east '20
W. M. Gregory and wife to J. Kolb
and wife, part of tract or lot A.
School Park 100
Sheriff to Charles Urfer. lots 16, 17.
block 1. Smith's Subd. and Addi
tion to East Portland 853
Parte Land Co. to O. W. Athey, lot
23. block 74. Universtty Park .... 200
Lillian Strickland and husband to E. ' '
WIemann et al.. iDts 5. 6. block 10.
Maegley Highland 1.030
A. Cleveland and wife to W. C All
rich.. 39.83 acres In section 23.
township 1 south, range 3 east ... 1200
Security Savings & Trust Co, to Julia
Helman. lot 8. block 24. tlty "1
Tearl Phillips to C Voorheese. lot 5, ' -block
5. Jforth Villa 230
L. Holbrook and wlfo to Oak Park
Land Co.. lots 5. 6. block 2. origi
nal town of St, Johns 2,000
Hlbernla Savings Bank to L. Clinton.
lot 22. block 5. Albina 2.100
Charles E. Ladd and wife to R. G.
Sloan, lots 8, 9. block 21, Wood- -lawn
Ada F. Alexander and husband to F.
T. Berry, lot 14. BodIeys Addition
to East Portland . . .'- ' 3.000
Charles Urfer to A. Turtledove, lot
16., block 1, Smith's Subd. to East
N. Coy and wife to William Flledner.
lots 3. -4. block 254. city $ . 1
Commercial Trust Co. to same, lots ?
3, 4. block 254.' city SO.000
Theresa E. Mitchell to H. Baxter.
lot 5. block 14. Bralhard 100
Kristlne Hansen to M. Hansen. lot
4, block 127. Stephens Addition ... .1
R. Evans to American Trust & In
vestment Co.. lots 1. 2. 3. 4, block
127, Couch's Addition . 100
Jane Carter and husband to Marie
Beck, parcel land beginning 100 ' ,
feet southerly from northwest cor
ner of the acre tract deeded by
Mary L. .Church et al. to E- L.
A. Freeman and wife to R. L. Gilles
pie, south 4 lot 7. block 254. city . 1
Victoria Freeman to R. L. Gillespie,
south' 4 lot 7. block 254, city - t
Ellsaljeth C. Sprague. to E. J. E.
Thompson 'et aL, lots 3, 6,' 10, .20,
Re, - ?