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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1905)
Children especially are fond of dainties,
and the housekeeper must look carefully
to their food.
As good cake can be made only with
good eggs, so also a cake that Is health
ful as well as dainty must be raised with
a pure and perfect baking powder.
Royal Baking Powder is Indispensable
in the preparation of the highest quality
of food. Jt imparts that peculiar light
ness, : sweetness and flavor noticed in the
finest cake, biscuit, doughnuts, crusts, etc,
and what is more important, renders the
food wholesome and agreeable to young
OVAL tAKIM SOWDIS. CO, MtW VWMC,
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SPUDS GIVE OUT
Portland Merchants Buy Potatoes
In the East.
Strawberries Art Coming In but Are
to High for C.n.rl Ut Iggt Ae
Advancing In Price and th teston
for Ch.j Eggs U Past
Several rarloada of Minnesota Bur
bank have arrived, all of lb Oregon
potato. having been used up. Nrw
potato.- art coming- In but price r
main high. Strawberries are being re
ceived dally, but th wholesale price
la 10c, making hm too expensive for
general use. Kttn advanced ytsterday
and there will be no more cheap egg
thi year. Duller quotation remain
Grain, Hay and feed.
Wheat-Walla Walla. JSj4c; Val
ley, (c; bluentem, I0Q91C.
Oata Whit. i:8f :i; gray, Kl.
Barley-Brewing, $28; feed. 122.
Hay Timothy, lUiflUOi clover,
SUCH; cheat, llf li; alfalfa, tit
Mtllua'.jjrra riarlcy rolled. tU.lt',
middling, J4.f 25; chop, tit; dairy
chop bran, 1IO:0; shorts, 2J23.'
riour Hard Wheat, atralght. IS.5ff
44S; hard wheat patent, f4.504.e0;
graham. 14; rye. 5; whole wheat
flour, 14.25: valley, 14.10.
t Corn Whole, 124.50; cracked, 125.50
Rye 11.56 per cwt.
Huttr Fancy creamery, 20 21 He;
dairy, lHu"17c; Mow. IBflUSHo;
; Egg Oregon ranch. 18c.
Cheese Young American, lffl7ci
Oregon full cream, 15c.
Poultry Mixed chicken per lb, IS
ISttc: prlng. 14H15He; hen. 14
15c; fryer. lStHc; broiler. IS
20c; geeso. c; turkey, live, 15 17c;
turkey, dreaied, 1820; ducks, old,
HIT 15c; prlng duck, $4ff7.
Honey Dark, 10 Virile; amber. 120
13c; fancy white, 15c.
, Fruits and Vsgstables.
. Strawberries Oregon, per pounJ,
10tlttc; California, per lb, 10c.
Cherries Crate. $1.25(31.50., , '
Apricot, -crate, $1.25.
Peaches, crate, $1.50.
Graphs, $3.25 er crate.
Ooosoberrles, 4c lb. ,
Orape fruit Crate, $2.50$.
Apple Oregon, 80o$2.50.
Tropical fruits lemons, fancy, $3
choice, 2.753 3 per box; oranges, $2.53
2.75; banana, 5c per lb; plneaple
33.60Q4 per dozen.
Potatoes, Oregon, 100 lb. $11.05;
tomatoe. California, crate, $2.75f 3;
turnip, ack. $1; cabbage, per lb., I1
CflHc; Oregon onions, 100 lbs, $5.00;
new potatoes, $3; sweet potatoes. $1.75
Hfi per 100; Autrallan red onions, $6;
celery, per dosen. 70fl)75o; asparagus,
per box, $1.60; artichokes, per dozen,
7690c; radishes, per dozen, 15c;
green onions, per dozen, 15c; rhubarb,
per pound, 3c; cucumbers, per dozen,
$101.25; fcotts, $1.25 per 100 lbs; car.
tots, $1.25 p 100 lbs.
Fresh Ueats Val, Ittfl 4t4c;pork,7
4J7HCJ bef. bulls. 99ltic; cow. SU
t4Vic steers, 4Sc; mutton, 07c;
spring lambs with pelt, tl.50$2.50
each. ' i ''.
Fish Crabs, per doien, 11.25; Shoal,
wafer Bay oysters, per sack, 14.00; oy
sters, gallons, IJ2S; halibut, 6 til black
cod, 7c; baas, per lb l!Hc; herring.
5e; flounders, 8c; catnh, 7c: lobster
per lb. JJttc; silver smelt, 5c; hrlmp.
10c; perch, 6c; sturgeon, 7c; Chinook
salmon, le; stselheads, 7H; sea trout,
12HC; shad, 1H4.
Oysters Shoalwater Bay, per gallon,
1125; per sack, 14 net; Olympla, per
Clams Hardshell, per box, !; raiot
clams, 12 per box.
Hops, Wool, Hides, Eto.
Hops 23 4 14 Ho per lb.
Wool Valley, 20 21c; eastern Ore
gon, 149110. 1
Tallow-Prime, per lb., 30314c; No.
I and grease, 20 2Hc
Mohair Choice, I034c per lb.
Feathers Oeese, white, 35040c;
geese, gray or mlvtd, 25020c; duck,
white, 16020c; duck, mixed, 12015c.
Beeswax Oood, clean and pure, 20
22c per lb.
Hides Dry hides. No. 1, II lbs. and
up, lit lltte per lb.; dry kip. No. 1.
I t 15 lb., 14 f 16c per lb.; dry calf
No. 1. under S lbs, 17lc; dry salted,
bull and stags, one-third less than
dry flint (culls, motheaten, badly cut,
scored, murrain, halr-sllpped, weather
beaten or grubbey. 2 Jo per lb less);
salted hides, steers, sound, 60 lb, and
over, 9SJ0c per lb.; 60 to 601bs, 6V40
c per lb.; under 50 lbs, and cows, 8
to ner lb.: salted stags and bulls.
sound, (c per lb.: salted kip, sound, 16
to 30 lbs, (c per lb.; salted veal, sound,
10 to 14 lbs., to per lb.; saltsd calf,
sound, under 10 lbs., 10c per lb, (green,
unsalted, 1c per lb. less; cull lc per
lb. less), Sheep skins: 8hearllnga, No.
1 butchers stock 25 30c each; short
wool No. 1 butchers' stock. 40 50c:
medium wool, No.i butchers stock. 0ff
80c; long wool, No. 1 butchers' stock.
$10)1.50 each. Murrain pelts, from 10
to 20 per cnt less, or 120i4o per lb.;
horse hides, salted, each, according to
size, $1.502; dry, enih. according to
size, $191.60; colts' hides. 2G'tf50c
each; goat skins, common. 10 15c
each; Angora, with wool on, 25c $1.50
Pelts Bear skins at to t'.ze, No. 1,
$2.5010 each; cubs, $ltf; badger, 25
U60c; wildcat, with head perfect, 25
60c: hous cat, HifflOc; fox. common
gray, 50fi70c; red, $35; cross, V$
16c; silver and black, $100300; fish
era, $56; lynx, $4.506; mink, strict
ly No. 1. according to size. $12.59:
Tuesday , 231
Saturday ,, 27
TIDE TABLE, MAY.
hjn. ftTThmTj ft
6:031 7.21 6:42 8.8
6:18 (.8 7:42 i.l
7:42 (.6 8:38 7.(
9:00 (.8 9:29 8.0
10:07 7.1 10:18 8.1
11:06 7.4 11:07 8.9
0:35 9.4 1:40 7.6
1:17 8.4 2:30 7.6
2:08 9.21 3:20 7.3
3:46 8.7 4:08 7.1
3:35 8.21 4:58 7.0
4:30 7.5 6:52 7.0
5:31 (.9 6:49 7.0
6:43 (.4 7:42 7.1
7:52 (.1 8:33 7.4
8:58 1.1 9:19 7.6
9:66 6.2 10:00 7.8
10:48 1.4 10:40 1.1
11:35 1.6 11:18 8.4
marten .dark northern according to
site and color, $1091$; .martan, pals,
pins, according to also and color, 11.89
CM; muskrat, large, 10$l(c; skunk, 40
ff 50c ; civet, or polecat, 6010c; otter,
large, prims skin, $1(110 panther, with
head and claws perfect, $2t; raccoon,
prims, 80050c; mountain wolf, with
head perfect, $J.606; coyott, 0c$l;
wolverine, $$0$; bsavsr, per skin,
large, $50$; medium, $304; email, $1
91-50; kits. (0076c, .
Caacar Sagrada (Cbittam bark)
Good, 404o per lb.
Oregon grip root Per 100 1 . , $30
Oil and Leads,
Coal oil Pearl and astral oil, cases,
20ftc per gallon; water white oil. Iron
barrels, lie; wood barrels,' 1714c; eo
cene oil, cases, 24c; elaln oil, cases,
27c; extra star, cases, 25c; headlight
oil, 176 degrees, cases, 23ttc; Iron bar
rel,. 17t4c. (Washington state test
burning oils, except headlight, He per
Uonzlne Sixty-three degrees, cases.
22c; Iron barrels, IS'ic.
Linseed oil Purs raw, In barrels,
(lc; genuine kettle-boiled, In bgrrels,
(3c; purs rsw oil, In cases, ttci. gun-
In kettle-boiled, tn esses, (He; lots of
250 gallons, lc less per gallon.
Turpentine In cases, 87c gallon; in
barrels, TJc; In wood barrels, 14c.
Gasoline Stove gasoline, cases,
21 Vic: Iron barrels, He; 10 degrees
gasoline, cases, 32c; Iron . barrels or
Lead Strictly purs white lead and
red lead In ton lots, 1c; 600-lb lots,
7c; Ws than 500 lbs, 8c
Rop Pure Manila, 14c; standard,
;c; Sisal, 10c; Istle brand Sisal,
Wire rmlls Prent base at $2.70.
Groceries, Provisions, Eto.
Sugar lolden C, 35.85; powdered,
14,05; patent cube, $(.20; cane, D. Q,
$5.85: fruit sugar, $5.95; beet sugar,
$5.85; extra, cwt., 10c; kegs, cwt., 25c;
boxes, cwt., 60c (less c per lb if paid
for in 13 days). '
Suit Bates of 75-2s,ba!e, $1.(0: bales
of 30-3s, bale, $1.(0; bales of 40-4S, bale
Dried fruit Apples, evaporated, 70
8c; per lb, sundrled, sacks or boxes;
none; apricots, 10012c; peaches, 10
He; pears, lO012Hc; prunes, Italian.
405c; French, 2 08; figs, California
blacks. 6!4c; do white, none; Smyrna,
20c; Fard dates, (c; plums, pitted, lc.
$1.10; bale of 15-10s. bale, $1.10; bags,
60s, fine, ton, $11; bags, 60 lbs,
genuine Liverpool, ton, $17: bags, 60
lbs, H ground, 100s, ton, $7; B, 8. V. P.,
60 6-lb cartons, $2.25; R. S. 24 $-11
lot 'dtun loodj.Ari :$nl 'suojso
Rica Imperial Japan, No. 1, $5.274
No. 2, $4.26; Carolina bead, lc; brok-4
Coffee Mocha, 21028c; Java, fancy
2(32c; Java, good, 20024c; Java,
ordinary, 17020c: Costa Rica, fancy,
13020c; Costa Rica, good, 1(0 18c Ar
buckles, $14.38 per 100 lbs, Lion, $14.38.
provisions Hams, to alze, 43c;
ham, picnic, 8c; ' bacon, regulars.
10Ho bacon, breakfast, 12017c; dry
salt Sid-, IHc; backs, dry salt, 814 ;
lard, kettle tendered, tlerced, te.
Nut Walnut. No. 1, soft shell.
134c: No. 1 hard shell, l34c; Chile,
13c; almonds. 17013c; filberts, 14015c;
Brazils, He; pecans, 13ttffl5c; hick
ory, 8c: Virginia peanuts, 707HC;
Jumbo Virginia peanuts. 9c; Japanese
peanuts, 6H0(c; chestnuts, Italian,
14c; cocoinuts, dozen, 90e.
Figs White, lb, 5Hf 6c; black, 60
Dates Golden, 60-lb boxes, I (He;
1-lb. packages, 8c; Fard, 15-Ib boxes,
Beans Small white, 4c; large white,
8Hc; pink, SHc; bayou. 34c; Lima,
6Ho: Mexican reds, c.
Tickled goods Pickled pigs' feet, H
barrels, $5; 14.-barrels. $2.75; 15-lb kit
$1.25; pickled trips, H -barrels. $5; H
barrels, $2.73; 15-lb kit, $1.25; pickled
pigs' tongues, -barrels, $(; H -bar
rels. $3; 15-lb kits, $1.50; pickled lamb
tongues, Mi -barrels. $9; & -barrels,
$5.50; 15-lb kits, $2.73.
Lard Kettle-rendered: Tierces,
9c; tubs, 9s; 60s. 9Hc; 20s, ic;
10s. lOHo 5s, 10c. Standard pure:
Tierces, 8ic: tubs, tc; 60s, 8c;
20s, 9c; 10s, 9e; 5s, 9Hc Compound:
Tierces, (He: tubs, 6ic; 60s, 6"4c; 10s,
7Vic; E. 7c
Cereal foods Rooled oats, cream, 90
II) sacks. $8.75; lower grade, $5$6.26;
oatmeal, steel cut, 60-lb sacks, $3 pel
barret; 10-lb sacks $4.25 per bale; oat
meal (ground( 50-lb sacks, $7.50 per
barret; 10-lb lacks, $4 per bale; split
peas. $4 per 100-lb sacks; 25-lb boxes,
lb boxes, $1.25 per box: pastry flour,
him. I ft
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Thursday . ...
Monday . . . .
10-lb sack', $2.60 per bale. 1
Sausage Portland ham, 12He per
lb; minced ham, 10c; summer, choice
dry, 17H; bologna, long, IHc; wlner
wurst, fo; liver, 6c; pork, 9c; blood, 6c;
headcheese, 12Hc; bologna sausage,
link, 4Hc. .
Raisins Loose Muscatels, 4-crown,
(Hes i-layer Muscatel raisins, 7Hc;
unbleached seedles Sultanas, le;
London layers, l-crown, whole boxes of
20 lbs, fUt; 2-crown, $1.76. ,
Canned salmon Columbia river, 1-
lb tails, $1.16; 2-lb talis, $2.60; fancy
1-lb flats, $2; Hlb fancy flats, $1.26;
$1.16; pearl barley, $4 per 100 lbs, 26
fancy i-lb ovals, $2.76; Alaska tails,
pink, 15 0 90c; red, $1.60; nominal, 2s
Mason fruit Jars Half-gallons, per
gross, $9.90; quarts, $1.6$; pints,, $6,86;
extra caps per gross, $2.25.
Economy fruit Jars Half-gallons,
er gross, $13.25; quarts, $10.35; pints,
175; extra caps, $1.86.
Terrific Race With Death.
"Death was fast approaching."
write Ralph F. Fernandez of Tampa.
Flo., describing his fearful race with
death, "as a result of llvy trouble and
heart disease, which had robbed me of
sleep and of all Interest In life. I had
tried many different doctors and sev
eral medicines, but got no benefit, un
til I began to use Electric Bitten. So
wonderful wss their effect, that In
three days I felt like a new man, and
today I am cured of all my troubles.'
Guaranteed at Chas. Rogers' drug
store; price 60c.
Dear Cm: I hare solved the moth
er-in-law problem, Just given her reg
ularly Holllster's Rocky Mountain Tea.
It will make her healthy, happy and
docile as a lamb. 35 cen:s. Ten or Tab
lets. Frank Hart's drug store.
Celar.d for Action,
When the body Is cleared for action.
by Dr. Klng"s New Life Pills, you can
tell It by the bloom of health on the
cheeks; the brightness of the eye; the
firmness of the flesh and muscles; the
buoyancy tt the mind. Try them." At
Chas. Rogers' drug store. 25 cents.
Having Instsllsd Rubb.r Tiring
Machine ef the latest pattern I am
prepared to do all kinds of work at
12th and Duan. 8ts.
Regular Line of Steamers from
Ban Francisco to Astoria &
The First-Clasa Steel Steamer
makes regular trips between San
Francisco and Astoria and Portland.
sailing from each end about every two
Has excellent passenger accommo
dations, both cabin and steerage
For freight or passage apply to
TAYLOR, YOUNG & CO.,
General Agents, Portland.
S. Elmore & Co.
or to the owner Swayne & Hoyt
ASK THE AGENT FOR
Te Spekate, 8t Paul. Minneapolis,
Duluth, Chicago, 6t Louis, and all
points east and south.
Q OVERLAND TRAINS DAILY Q
L The Flyer and The Fast Mail L
UP TO DATE EQUIPMENT
Daylight trip aorese the Casoade and
For tickets, rates folders and full in
formation call on or address
City Ticket Agent
121 Third Street, Portland, Or.
a O. TERKES, A. Q. P. A..
Corner First avenue and Tester way,
WE GIVE EXPEDITED
SERVICE ON FREIGHT
ROUTE YOUR SHIPMENTS
VIA GREAT NORTHERN
Full information from
WM. HARDER, Gsnsral Agent
The World Pair Routs.
TOWING. FREIGHTING AND EX
CURSIONS. , , ;
for Ca thiamet, way landings, I p. m.
daily except Sunday,
for Grays River, Knapp'.on and way
landing. aiDiy as follows:
Friday, 19, 1:30.
Saturday, 20, 10: 20.
Monday, 22, 12f?0.
Tuesday, it, 1:30.
Wednesday. K 2.
Thursday, 23, 3 A. m.
Friday, 26, 8:20.
Saturday, 27, 4.15.
Monday 29. 1:30.
Tuesday, to, 7:30.
Wednesday, 31, 8.
Agents S. S. Roanoke for Coos Bay,
Eureka, San Francisco and San Pedro.
Gray S. S. Co. Steamers to Coos
Bay, Eureka and San Francisco. Str.
Toledo to Grays Harbor, Tuesday and
Saturday. ... . , .
C H. CALLENDER, Manager.
and he will
tell yea tbe
Electric Lighted, i
is tbe Crick Tain of ma s!l for
COMFORT Mi ELEGANCE
The ticket office at Portland is at
, 355 Morrison St., Cor. 3d.
A. D. CHARLTON.
Assistant General Pvssesger Agent
A trans continental trav
eler says: "I've trie4 them
all and I prefer the
It's the best to be found from
coast to coast" - -
It's "The Train for Com
fort" every night in the year
between Minneapolis, , St
Paul and Chicago.
ttefnre startlof on a trip no matter
where write for tntemitinR lufonua
tiou about com fortable travellug.
ft. L SlSlER, General Agent
132 Third Si. Fortlandj Oregon.
T. W. TIA8DAI.R.
General Ftumenier Agent,
l Puul, Minn. '
The land of fruits, flowers and sun
shine, where all the summer sports
may b enjoyed In winter.
PORTLAND to LOS ANGELES
, AND RETURN,
THE SHORT ROUTE
Beautifully Illustrated booklets and
folders, descriptive of tha many charm
ing winter resorts, may ba secured
from any Southern Pacific Agent, or
W. E. COMAN,
Q. P A Portland, Ore,
If you are troubled with diwy spells,
healachet i indigestion, ' constipation,
Holllster's Rocky Mountain Tea will
make you well and keep you wellv If
It falls, get your money nacK. Tnats
I fair. 35 cents. Frank Hart's drug store.
PORTLAND S. S. CO.
Faro Including berth and meats, $15$
; Reund-tHp, 125. '
SUmtr Leaves Astoria forSaa
Francisco Every 5 Days.
Connects at SanFranclsco with Rail
, and Steamer lines for South.
, era California.
O. W. KOBEItTS, Agent,
A. a. D. KERRELL,
Gen. Pas. Agsnt.
San Francisco, Cat,
A. & C. R; R.
EFFECTIVE SEPT. 4, 1904.
Ltava ., ; PORTLAND Arrlva
8 00a.m I Portland Union 11.10a. n
IJOO p.m ) depot for Astoria) 9.40 p.ns
6 10 p.
Leave ASTORIA Antra
11 35 a.m for Seanitie tirect 50 n.rn
, ' Arrive
for Warranton ) 10:i5a.m
(Stevens, Seaside j 7:40s.
Leave SEASIDE: Arrive
4 :30 p.m for Astoria Direct 1 12 'p.sa
6.15 a. m ( for Warren ton Ft ) 9 25 am
9.30a.m ' mond,Astoria ) 7.20 p. m.
Additional train laavea Astoria dally
at 11:39 a. m. for all point on Ft,
Stevena branch, arriving Ft. Stevens
12:30 p. nx, retiming, leaves Ft Stev
ens at 2:00 p. ox, arriving Astoria 2:4S
Through tickets and close connec
tion via. N. P. By. at Portland an
Goble and O. R. & N. Co, via. Portland.
J. C Maye a P. A.
71 hours from Portland to Qhlcago.
Ne change of cars.
Depart From Arrtvs
Chicago '' " ..' :' :
tortlaad Halt Lake. Denver, ft
Hneclal Worth. Omaba, Kan- S HA p as
fclftn.m. aCll.t Louis.
via Hunt- Chicago und Uie East
bxpnss ShH Lake, Denver Ft
KlS p. m. Worth, Omaha, Kan- 1 :ll a as
vlak Hunt- son City, Kt Louis,
Ington Chicago aad tbe East - "
BU Pn! M'alla Walla, fewts- '
FaxtMall too, Spokane, Mioae-
S-'l&P. m. , apolis. Hi Pull I, Dulutb l:ao m
vl Spo- (Milwnkee, Chicago,
Daily ex- Colombia River to 4am
oept Hon- Portland and H'ajr Daily ex
day at7am lAndings tpi Uoa
Steamer Nahc a leaves Astoria oa
the tide DAILT EXCEPT SUNDAY,
FOR ILWACO, connecting there with
trains for Long Beach, Tioga . and
North -Beach pointa. Returning ar
rives at Astoria same evening.
Through tickets to and from all prtav
cipal European cities.
Q. W. ROBERTS, Aaent,
, Aatnrla. On.
YOU WILL BE SATISFIED
WITH YOUR JOURNEY.
If your tickets read over the Den-
"Scenlo Lna of the World."
There are so many scenic attrac
tions and poinu of Interest alone
the line between OgJen and Den
ver that the trip never becomes
tiresome. , . ; ;
If you art going East, writs for in
formation and get a pretty book that
wiU tell you all about It
W. C. McBrlde, General Aflenf.
124 Third Street