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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1906)
WEDNESDAY, APRIL it, ijofl.
THE MORNING ASTOIUAN, ASTORIA. OREGON.
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IN EVERY Receipt that calls for cream
of tartar, 6oda, or baking powder, uss
the Royal Baking Powder. Better results
will be obtained because of the absolute
purity and great leavening strength of the
Royal. It will make the food lighter,
sweeter, of finer flavor, more digestible and
wholesome. It is always reliable and uni
form in its work.
Alum and phosphate baking powders
some of them sold at the same price and
some of them cheaper will make neither
dainty nor wholesome food.
ROYAL IAKINO FOWOIft CO,. NCWVOfMC
Latest Quotations in the Portland
Complete Market Report Corrected Eaca
Day Giving the Wboleult Price ul
Commodities, Farm Produce ana Vegetables.
I-ORTLAND, April 17. Th demand
on Front street prtxlure ami fresh meat
dcalere continue to bo in exce of up
pile. California U drawn upon for
about every nrt of marketable product,
but ome of the staple ere about ai
bard to get in Nn Kranclw-o t they
are In Oregon, rh1in(j 1 practically
eaiv iu San FrancUco, and Southern
California ha been drawn upon to tide
ovir until tbo Orejioii product mature;
price i firm at 12.50 per K'tO pound.
There in a (treat marcity of hothnue
product, end the market In ready to
take everything olT-ird in the grei-n
There no rbanjje to report In the
potato n'mrket, price ruling at lst
week' quotation", Ku7lk' fr fancy.
New potatoe am coining In from Cali
fornia in modi-rate supply.
Grin, Produce, Feed.
Wheat -Wallu Walla. 67c; Valley,
flftes liluchtt'in, W-; red. (ITtc.
Out -White, $2; gray, $27.
Barley-Hrewing. $23.50f24; feed,
S2.1.50; 'rolled, t24.50 2.U.Q.
Hay Valley timothy, tH.50filO.Mi
Eastern Oregon, $13.fl0(U; tlover.
R.50(S9; cheat' f(i.fl0f'i7i alfulfo, $10.
MilMufi -Middling. 25i?2fl chop,
V10i bran, 17rWlH; aborts. 18(ffl0.
Flour -Hard wh.nt patent, $3.S5;
htraiKhl. $3.40; grnlmm. $3.50; rye, $5;
whole wheat flour, $3.75; Valley flour,
$3.303.45; Dakota, $0.50(37.25; Kant
cm rye, $5.40; rillnbury, $0.20; Cor
Corn Whole, $24; wicker, $25 per
Rye-$1.50 per ewt.
Buckwheat $30 per ton. t
Grain bags Foreign nnd domestic, 7c
Butter Fancy creamery, 26o lb.; oltjr
creamery. 25c; dairy, 15c101cj atore,
M)$15c; Eaatern creamery, 27130o;
Chare Young American, Iflc; Ore
gon full cream, 15c
Egg Freh Oregon ranch, 15c
roultry Old, rooter, 8lc; hen,
I2ic(gl3cj Spring, 1415c; broiler,
ISlflc; dreeeed chicken, t313ic;
geee, live, 0!Plc; dreed, 1 10111c;
turkey, live, 1415c; drerd, 1617cj
ducka, old, 1213c Spring duck, 15
10c; pigeon, per dozen, $1.001.25:
Honey Dark, 10llc amber 12
13c; fancy white, 1415c
Fruit and Vegetable.
Apple Green, 75t2.2fl.
rear 1$ IM box.
Grape fruit-Crate, 33.50.
Cranberries U per barrel
Tropical fruit Lemon, fancy, 13.50;
choice, $3.00 per box; orange, 2 76f$
$3.00; banana, So per lb.; pineapple,
14.50 5.00 per flown.
Fotaloea Per ck, f30(75o for fancy,
S050o for Inferior atock, tn country;
Jobber' price, 6080c per 100 pound;
turnip, 7590o ack; cabbagr. pw IOC
lb., 11.73(32.00; celery, doa.n, 7??90c
onion, 75c$1.00 In country; iobber'
price, $1.00 1.25 1 beet, $1 per ack;
carrot, 75o per tack; garlic, 10m; tweet
potato, $2.252JSO; red peppe:., dry,
20c; hot-houc lettuce, $1.50 box. Cali
fornia vegetable Green peaa, 8g0c;
sprouts, 8c radlhhe, 25c doa. benche ;
Chile pepper, 20o pound; head lettuce,
25c dozen; artichoke, $2.25(2.50 dot;
cauliflower, 00c$l,00 per down; rhu
Grocerie,"' Provhio-, Etc
Sugar, lack baaia Golden C, $5.05;
extra C, $5.20; powdered, $5.80; patent
cube, '$3.05; cane, D. 0., $5.70; fruit
augar, $5.70; beet augar, $4.00; barrels,
cwt., 10c; kog, cwt., 25c; boxe, cwt.,
6O0 advance over aack bai (lc l-4c
lb. if paid for In 15 day).
Salt Bale of 75-4c, bale, $1.60; bal
of C0-3c, bale, $1.60; bale of 40-4, bala,
$1.60; bale of 10-lOe, bale, $1.00; bag,
60a. fine, ton, $11; bag, 50 lb., genuine
Liverpool, ton, $17; bag, 60 lb., 1-2
ground, 100. ton, $7; It. S. V. P., 20 5
lb. carton, $2.25; R. 8. V. P., 24 S ib.
carton, $1.75; Liverpool lump, ton,
Rice Imperial Japan, No. 1, $5.05 ;
Southern, Japan, 5 3-4o; broken, 4le;
head, fancy, CJc; head, choice, 6 l-4c.
Coffee Mocha, 2428cj Java, fancy,
2032c; Java, good, 2024c; Java, or
dlnary, 1720c; Coata Rica, fancy, 18
TIDE TABLE, APRIL
20c 1 Coata Itlca, good, 12 18c j Ar
buckle, 16Ja per lb.; Lion, 16o per lb.)
Columbln coffee, 13 3 4cj Salvador, 111
Provlalun Ham, to siae, 13c; bam,
plcnle, )c; bacon, .egular, Unci bacon,
breakfast, 1.11-419uj dry talt aid--,
lie; bae't, dry alt, lie.
NuUWalnuU, No. 1, soft ibell,
15 l-4oj No. 1, hard ibell, 15c; Chile,
13c; almond, 10c; filbert, 1415c;
Brazil, 14c) pecan, 13l15oj hickory,
8o; Virginia peanut, 77ic; Jumbo
Virginia peanut, 0c; Japanese peanut,
66c; chestnuts, Italian, 14c; cocoa
nut, dozen, 7580cj new almond, 16
Date-Oolden, 60-lb. box, 8(?i6Jcj
Mb. package, So; Fard., 15-lb, boxe,
Been Small white, 4; large white,
3c pink, 27-8c; bayou, 43-4c; Lima,
5 7-8c; Mexican red, 61c
Klg While, lb., 6Bflo; black, 67c.
Pickled good-Plckled pig' feet, -barrel,
$5; 1-4 barrel, $2.75; 15-lb.
kit", $1.25; pickled tripe, i-barrela, $5;
1-4 barrel, $2.75; 15-lb. kit, $1.25;
pickled pig' tongues i barrel, $6.00;
1-4 barrels $3; 15-lb. kit, $1.60; pick
led lamb tongue, 1 barrel, $0; 1-4
barrel, $5.50; 15-lb. kite,, $2.75.
Lard Kettle-rendered, tbrcc, 10c;
tub 10 5-8c; 60. 10 5-8cj 20i 10S-4c;
KM, 11c; 6, 9 5-8C. Standard pure,
liercea, 81-4e; tub, 97-8c; 60a, 87-8c;
20. 0 5-8c; 10, 101-4c; 6, 101-8&
Compound, tierce, 6ic; tub, 6 3-4c;
Compound, tierce, Olc; tub, 63-4c;
6r, 6 3-4c; 5, 73-8c.
Sau"age-Portland bam, 14Jc per lb.;
minced ham, 10c; Summer, choice dry,
I71e; bologna, long, 6c wlenerwuret,
8c; liver, 6c; pork, 0c; blood, 6c; heacT
cheee, 12ie; bologna uaage, link, 4c
RaUina-Loo Muncatela, S-crown,
7o; 2-crown, 7c; bleached edle Sul
tanaa, 712c; unbleached aeedle Sul
tana, 7c; London layer. 3-crown,
whole boxe of 20 pound. $2.10; 2
Dried fruit Apple, evaporated, 121c
per pound; undried, ack or boxe,
none; apricot, ll121c; peache. 10
11c; peaw, none; prune, Italian, 6l
etc; French, 81c; flg, CallfornU blacka,
6 3-4c; do white, none; Smyrna, 20c;
pluma, pitted, 6c.
Cereal food Rolled oat, cream, 90
lb. sack, $6.75; lower grade. $5.25
$655; oatmeal, teel cut, 60-lb. aack,
$8 bale; 10 lb. aack, $415 per crtte;
otmeal (ground), 60-lb. aack, $7JM)
per bale; 10 lb. aacka, $4 per bale; aplit
peaa, $4.50 per 100-lb. aack; 25-lb.
boxe, $1.15; pearl barley, $4.75 per 100
lb.; 23-lb. boxe, $1.25 per box; patry
flour, 101b. ack, $2.60 per bale.
Canned talmon Columbia River, Mb.
tall, $1.85; 21b. tall, $2.50; fncy, 1
lb. flat. $2.00; -lb. fancy fiata, $155;
fancy Mb. oval", $2.75; Alaska tails,
ping, 0e; red, $1.45; nominal, 2, tall,
Cattle Best etcers, $3.754; cow,
$3.00(535; oalve, $3.004.75.
Sheep $5.75$0.OO; lamba, $55J50.
Hogs-45.756.00; light bog, $5
Jack rabbit, $22.50 dozen.
Sugar, sack basis Golden C, $5.05;
Fresh Mean and Fish.
Fresh meata Veal, email, 718o;
large, 4151c; pork, 78c; beef, bulls,
213c; cows, 3141c; steer, 415c;
mutton, 881c; lamba 09c
Clams nardihell, per box. $2.00; rai
or clams, $2.00 per box.
Oyster Shoalwater Bay, per gallon,
$2.25; Olympia, per ack, $555; Eatern
transplanted, $1.60 per 100.
Fish Crab, per doxen, $1.50; Shoal
water Bay ojter, per aick, $4.00;
oysters, gallon, $255; halibut, 7c; black
cod, 7c ; bass, per lb., 18o; herring, 6o;
flounders, 6c; catfish, 8c ; lobsters, per
lb., 121c; silver smelt, 60; shrimp, 10c;
perch, 6c; sturgeon, 8c; sea trout, 121c;
black has, 25c; Columbia River ateel
heads, 9c; Columbia River smelt, 3c;
Chinook salmon, 9c
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Hop, Wool, Hide, ItC
Grain bag Calcutta and domestic,
Wool Valley, 2I27 l-2e; Eastern
Tallow.-Prime, per lb., SS S-4o; No.
2 and grease, 22 l-2c,
Hops Choice, 10Ue: prime, 991a
.Wool Vlley, 2027Je; Eastern Ore
gon, 1820c; nominal.
Tallow Prime, per lb.. 33jo; No. 8
and grease, 22o.
Hides Dry hides, No. 1, 10 lbs. and up,
15 lb., 131161o per lb.; dry calf. No. 1
1617o per lb.; dry kip, No. 1, 5 to
under 5 lb., 1718c; firy salted, bull
and stags, one third leas than dry flint
(cull, moth-eaten, badly cut, scored,
murrain, hair-alipped, weather-beaten or
grubby, 23o per lb, less) ; salted hides,
steers, sound, 60 lbs. ana over, 810o per
lb.; 60 to 60 lbs., 8 l-29o per lb.; under
60 lbs. and cows, 89o per lb.; salted
stags and bulls, sound, 60 per lb.; salted
kip, sound, 15 to SO lbs., 9o per lb.; salt
ed veal, sound, 10 to 14 lbs., 9o per lb.;
salted calf, sound, under 10 lb., 10c per
lb. (green, uutalted, le per lb. le; cull,
lo per lb, !). Sbeep sitlnst ? Shear
ling, No. 1 butchers' stock, 25 30e acb;
short wool, No. 1 butcher' stock, 40
6O0 each; medium wool, No. 1 butcher4
stock, 60b0c; long wooi, No. 1 butcher'
(took, $1.001.5O etcn Murrain pelt,
from 10 to 20 per cent 1e, or 1214c
per lb.; We hide, salted, each, accord
ing to ale, $ljSO2.00; dry, each, ac
cording to afze, $1.50; colU' hide, 26
60c eachi goat skin, common, 10 15c
each; Angora, with wool on, 25c$1.50
Feather Geese, white, 9540c;
gee gray or mixed, 2530c; duck,
white, 1520c; duck, mixed, 1216e.
011 and Lead.
Coal oil Pearl and astrsl oil, ce,
20o per gallon; water white oil, iron
barrels, 15c; wood barrels, 171c; extra
star cae, 25c; headlight oil,' 175 de
gree, cases, 23c; iron barrels, 171c
(Washington State test burning oils,
except headlight, lo per gallon higher.)
Benzine Sixty-three degrees, cases,
22c; iron barrels, 171c
Turpentine In ' case, 8!ej in wood
barrel, 86c; in iron barrels, J3c; in 10-
cae lots, 880.
iLneeed oil Raw, 5-barrel lot, 60c;
1 -barrel lots, 57c; in case, 62c; boiled,
barrel lots, 58c; 1 -barrel lots, 69; in
la the case of I. E. Woersten shown
here, his leg wa alm'ost entirely covered
with Weeping Eczema.
It raged for iwo years, and waa after
ward entirely cleared away in about sis
weeks time by
Wiiplng Eezima toon curid.
on draught and in bottle
Brewed snder sanitary condition and
property aged right nere In AMoria.
" The Pioneer Limited " SL Paul to Chi
cago. " Short Line " Omaha to
Chicago. " Sooth-West Limited " Kansas
City to Chicago.
No trains in the service of any rail
road in the world equal in equip
ment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St Paul Ry. They own and operate
their own sleeping and dining cars and
give their patrons an excellence of ser
vice not obtainable elsewhere.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider thsn in similar cars on
any other. line. They protect their train
by the Block system.
Connections made with all trans-continental
linea in Union Depots. v
II. S. Rowe, General Agent, Portland
or 134 Third Street corner Alder.
Mean more than your mere
transportation if it is over
It mean that you will have
every luxury and comfort the
utmost courtesy from all employ
es a safe trip and one that will
be a pleasure and delight. It is
the - '
Short Liae to
AND BEST AS WELL.
Anything you wish to know
about comfortable traveling will
be gladly told by.
W. A. COX, Gen. Agent
153 Third St. Portland, Ore.
' I aultered with weeping Eczema tn it
worst form (or about two year, in whlcb
time I tried several remedies and pet prer
... inn. nmfl f huf arrf.ftt fthrhllt mtti an1
found no permanent relief. Naturally r
became kkebllcal nod bcaltated when a
remedy waa offered Die. "You will bav
how me." am the MiNHourian sars.
Mr. McDonel. of the Ploowr Drua 6tr1
claimed be could cure me witb I. V. D. 1
waa abown photograph ' eavea before and
after Uklna t. a. D.. together wiib tbe torr
of a remarluble cure of a man worklrnf In
tne Valley Ax Works at Alexandria, wblcb
MM under the ueraon&l observation of Mr.
Jordan. I sommenced uslntr the medicine
aa per direction. After using- tbe fifth
bottle I wax camd. . I have' never bad any
n-tiirn of the diabase. WnoCrome to me
aakiog what O D. D. did fo ,-Snd I alwajra
tell them if they want (U cured Use
U, u. mzf utmkiuun.
1. K. WtJEKSTEJJ.
Montpeller. Iiwt. Nov. 3. 1901
and no taint of tbe disease ha appeared
We know this to be exactly as stated.
Thi result can be accomplished with
any skin affection. Barrels of blood
medicine can do nothing for a skin dis
ease. Nine out of ten manifestations in
tbe skin are local parasitic in nature
and absolutely curable by this new pre
scription. D. D. D. is a clean liquid
prescription sopped or atomized over the
affected spots twice daily.
This preparation has our un
qualified endorsement. We are
recommending It with most ex
cellent results. The cures already
effected are having wide-spread
Influence in this section. If you
have a skin affection-come to the)
store. It will be the moans of mak
ing you a happier human being
D. D. D. costs but $1.00 a bottle and Is guarantee)
to cure or money refunded.
WE PROVE IT.
To convince you we have arranged with
the D. D. D. Co.. so that any sufferer
from any skin diseases can get direct
from the D.D.D.Co' laboratory a large
free sample bottle of D. D. D. prescrip
tion together with 32-page new pam
phlet on skin diseases 'and free advice
on your particular case from the
world' greatest skin specialists.
FREE SAMPLE COUPON
(Mail This Promptly)
D. D. D. CO. Medical Department
116-110 Michigan SU Suite 326 Cg'o.
please send me free prepaid a large size
sample Jbottle of V. D- pbamplat and
consultation book For yeara I have
bean atilicted with a akin disease called
. and bav never used D.D- D
and he will
tell yon the
,'i tbe"Crck Train of them all for
COMFORT and ELEGANCh-
The ticket office at Portland is at
255 Morrison St., Cor. 3d.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Assistant General Fussenger Agent.
SAN FRANCISCO &
PORTLAND S. S. CO.
Fare including berth end meals, $15;
Round -trip, 2
Steamer Leaves Astoria for San
Frandsco Every 5 Days.
Connects at Sanl rancisco with Rail
and Steamer Lines for South,
em Cal 'ornia.
O. W. ROBERTS, Agent.
A. Q. D. KEIVEVELL,
Gen. Pas. Agen'
8an Francisco, (
THE MILWAUKEE- 7
"Pioneer Limited,- St Paul to Chi
cago; "Overland Limited." Omaha to
Chicago; "Southwest Limited," Kaaaaa
City to Chicago.
No train in the erviee of any rail
road in the world equals in equipment
that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St
Paul Ry They own and operate their
own sleeping and dining cars and give
their patron an excellence of ervic
not obtainaralc elsewhere.
Berth in their sleepers are longer
higher and wider than in similar cart
on any other line. They protect then
traina by the Block System. H. S.
Rowe, General Agent, 134 Third street,
SALT LAKE CITY, COLORADO
Stop-Over Privileges Granted.
Choice of Routes East of Colorado
For Illustrated Phamphlet, Pic-,
turmg Colorado's Beautiful Scenery
W. C. McBRIDE, Gen. Agt.
114 Third Street PORTLAND, OR.
Astoria & Columbia River R. R Co.
BFFECTIVE SBPT 18, 1905.
22 I Leave.
Arrive. 21 23 j 23 29
PORTLAND (Union Depot)
leave. GoWe. arrive
arrive ASTORIA av
leave ASTORIA arrive -arrive
leave WARRENTON arrive
arrive Ft. Steven .eave
leave Ft. Stevens arrive
arrive WARRENTON leave
leave WARRENTON leave
arrive SEASIDE leave 6:
Sunday only. .
Through tickets and close connection via. N. P. railway at Portland and
Goble, and O. R. & II. via, Portland.
J. t. mayo, u. r. and P. Agent