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THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1007.
THE MORNING ASTOMAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
Latest Quotations In the Portland
Complete Markat Report. Corr.oUd
Each Dy, Givlnu th Wholntal.
Prioti pf Commodities, Farm Pro
duo and Vegetable.
I'OUTLAND, .Tun. K..-A new prii
Hat Issued (ci tin. mill) this morning
ahown titi tiiivtuii'o of Vie In picnic ami
cottage roll hams In the HVio and
lie roapectlvely; on advance of Vi'
In till ah iirkiiK of compound Inn!
nd 1 1 .CO a barrel lit pickled pig. fiet
Born changes lira iilftoo nmdo In h-cf
CUIa and dressed hogs, llncf bruins
aro also uji to lo.
drain, Ffaur, pef.
Whtat Walla Walla, tlQHc; Val
Ur, llt?c; bluestem, (0C(7c; red,
OaU-Whlto, t2.50Q2B; gray, 124
Klour-jiara when! patent, ii.oo,
straight, 13. IK; graham. t3.C0; rye,
IJ.00; wnole-wheat flour, 13.71; Val
ley flour, IJ.40Q Dakota, 5 30
1.60: Id-stern rya. IS.40; I'lllirbury.
1110; Corvalllii, 13.70.
Ib.j artichokes, 75c 1.25 per doi.j pa
14o IT),; garlic, 7o lb.; rod peppara,
dry, 20H5o ID.; celery, 5c85o doi.;
Iff plant, 11.60 crate; okrn, f 1.75 box;
epruuta, 8o lb,
Turnlp-ror sack, tOcQll.00; car
rota, 75ea$l; Dents, II.2B; radishes,
12Virlflo doten bunches; horserad
ish, 7 8o lb.
Onions 11.00 LtO pur rwt.
Tomatoes .tl.75ii2 box; Hubbard
squash, 101 Vic IT).
Fraah Maata and Flah.
Fresh mealsVenl, medium, 75 to
100 Iba 88Vif! 100 to 150 tba 7'Hl
8c; 150 to 200 Ilia., Wic; 200 lbs.
an-1 over, 4Vi8Vit; pork, 1?8 l-2e;
heavies, 7f(8c; bnof, bulla, 2ft 3c; town
iUtc; steers, 5 l2Wc; mutton,
medium 808 l-2c; large, 67c;
spring lambs, 8V4i9c.
Fish -Halibut, 8c; black cod. 7c;
black bass, per lb., I8e; striped bnaa,
13c; burring. 5c; flounders, r,;; est
flsh, 10c; silver smelt, 8c; shrimp, 10c;
Hrch, 8c; sturgeon, 11c; sea trout,
15c; allvorald!, 7V4c; steelhends, Rc;
torn cod, 7c.
Clams Hardshell, pr dox, $2; ra
tor clams, 12 par box.
Oysters-Hhoalwater Uny, per g"l
I'm, 82; per nick, 4; Toko 1'olnt, 81.60
per 100; Olymplaa, (120 ma) $5; do,
per gallon, 12.
Kk Oregon ranch, 82 He; Kustein
Butter Country creamery , 30
32 'fcr, city creamery, 35c; atom, 16V4
I , 17c tmtli r fill HUr
Che-- Young America, ltiVWlfic;
Oregon full cream, tints, 14 Villi (in.
Honey hurk. 10Vifl!c; amber, 12
(Torn Whole, 127; cracked. 128 priijl3c; fancy white, HfolSc.
Hartey--Brewing, 122; feed, 821;
Ry 11.40 per cwt.
Uay Valley, timothy, II! (MI;
I'olutryOld rootra, 7 if He; In-na
mid springs, Mil 11 'c; drcxaid, 12 It
13c; ducka, 14 '('15c; turkeya. 1 7 ii I H; ;
di . aod, 2nii 21c; fancy, 21S22Vic;
Kae, live, IZ'il 13c; dreard, 13'rfHVic;
Eaatern Oregon, 1516; clover, 9744 ! plK'-on, p'r doxen. II y 1 .25; miuaba,
7.60; client, $7t7.60; alfalfa. fit; ! 11.75(1 2.
grain hay. f7tf7.50; vetch, f7'J7.60.
liuck wheat-f3 per ton. j Cronea .d rruvtalona.
Mllletuffe-Middling. f2428; chop
.... ... . , ... .Stita alliut. So. 1. oft hell. 17c ;
flB; bran, 115; ehorta, f6. '
Cereal foo,la Itolled oata. cream, ; Sa 1 M Ml lSr' ,ll,c- ,3r: ,""""U'
10-pound aacka. 17.00; lower gradea. ' 17 lH"' MU'rU- 'i ,,ril"- I'-
S.(0(T.K0; oatmeal, ateel cut. 60-tb ran-. 131 Iftoj hickory, Re; VirKinla a-
eiick. fH, bnl. 10-n.. aacka, 94 X6 per J"'"'1" VVglnla ieaiiuta, He;
bo; oatmeal (ground) GO-lb aacka, j-'apanene peenuta. 6. ; cVitnut. Italian.
17.60 per bale; 10-lTi aacka, f per ; 1; cocoanuts, dwen B00c,
bale; aplli peaa. t ICO per 100-Ib.j Honey Dark, lOlcgUo; amber, 12
taeki; 36-It boxoa, fl.25; pearl bar-, Q; 13c; fancy white, M15c.
ley, f4.7G per 100 na.; 26-Ib boxee. CofTee-Mocha 242Hc; Java, fanry,
81.15 per box: paairy flour. 10-th aacka ' gflr, 32c j Java, giocL ZOftEaVj Java, or
11.60 per bale, idlnary. 17a.20ei Coeta Klca, fancy, 18
Oraln bage-Forelgn and domeatle, ' .,f)o. rMt. , mMl, ismi, Ar-
buckle, ldo per lb; I.lon, 14!o per Ibj
!('lumbta colTre, UJc; Salvador,
OIIt oll-llforn ,per fallon, 2.7S!
qiiarta, per cane, doten. 1SA plnU, S
doa-u, $8.60 1 1 plnU 4 doten, 10.
Canned aalmun Ci;umbia River, 1-lb
telle, 1.80; 2 lb Ulla, f2.Afli fancy, Mb
data, 92.00 1 1 lb fancy flaU, $1.20; fancy
Mb ovale, $2.76) Alaaka talla, plr.k, 00c )
r-d, $l.4lfli nominal, 2a, tall. $2.00,
Cereal fwxl ItolW oata cream, 90-lb
aacka, $7.00 j lower ada, 95.60rflJWj
oatmeal, ateel cut, 50-lb aaelca, $8 bale;
10-lb aacka, $4.29 per balej oatmeal
(ground), 50 Hi aacka, $7.50 per bale) 10
lb aacka, $1 per bale; apllt peaa, $4.S0
per 1001b ck 2Mb box tl.2fi; pearl
barley, K75 per 100 Ib; 25-lb boxea,
$1.2(1 per IkX) paitry flour, 10-lb aacka,
f2.n') per bale.
Itlce Imperial Japan, No. 1, $5.ftfi;
Hoiitbern, Japan, 6c; broken, 4c; heed,
fancy, 7c j head, choice, flic
Oil, Lead. Eta.
Coal oil Pearl and aatral oil caaei.
Illc per gallon; water white oil, Iron
lniT' la, l.lic; wood barrela, )0c; eocene
oil, on aim, 21 c; elalne oil, caaea, 271c;
extra atar, caae, J2jc; headlight oil
m-ca 21c; Iron barrel. 15c,
Itenr.lne Klxty-thre dereea. cam,
20c; Iron barrela, lfllc
TurpentineIn eaoea, 8ftc; in wood
barrela. S.lcj In Iron barrela, 79cj in 10
eaae lota. 85c
Unneed oil Raw, 8 barrel lota. 47cj I
barrel lota, 48c; In ewaea, 6.1c. lulled, 6
barrel ot. 4(tc; 1 -barrel lota 60c; In
f,aaoiiie Ktove (aaniine. oa-, 4Jc;
Iron barrela, Illrj 8(1 ileTfea fraaoline,
cnea. S3c; Iron barrela or Hruma. 27c;
72 de;T. e eimet, 2lc; Iron laurel, 20c;
engine diHtilkte, iron barrel-, Sc.
fregon KrP root I'er 100 II, t34.
lbew -ax - (!kkI, clean and pure. 2K
24c ir lb.
Hope I'ure Manila, life; HUiular.l,
1.11c; KIkhI, lie; Me brand Kiial, Htc.
Mohair t'hoice, ZHfa '.Vk:.
'ir naila preacnt bae at $2.fl0.
ray or misied, 25f.10'r; dink, white. 15
(ntiU-; duck mixed. I2(fl 15c,
Kiwtliera Oeeae, whit.-, 3!)fHk; fpt.
Wool Vail, y 22 25c; Jjiaten, (Jre
lN(" 22c 11a to ahrinkage.
Cancara aagrada (Cliiltiin Imrk) 21
! The Heart Bowed Down j
By John Benediet How.
I An livening of Music Wherein Harsh Notes Were Not X
J ine iniei uarner to Harmony.
T l;uMk of a aurnrm;r everi'nK
Nat Toplcy mil guxlng out (,f
the open window of hi up-
atalra room In the Widow l'-:t-iHon'a
houMif. Hln violin rtt
cd on IiIm liip, and In- WfiH Idly Ihruiii
mlng the KtrliiKM, HIh round, gooi
mttured, Hin'ioih-abaven nu;c wiir! n
piiKalv'o air of jibftnu .lion. Yet iiU
thoughtM wt- not cx.ictly meiunchcly,
ejther, for5 oi-cdMlon.dly a HatlHfl'vl
hiiiU, llghtoned the unwonted gntvliy
of Ida counteiiu wi?,
II rone, went to the mantel, and
!iod for 11 few momenta looking nt
Hi,, cabinet photograph of ;s prety
young worrntn that held th place of
honor there. Then he alghed, and muif
ed to the window, where hi, ubaent
mlndedly watched th.i Holllnter girl
ewlnglng on her father'a gate on the
oppoalte aide of th village atreet.
HuHtllng Mr, l'cteraon entered with
11 lamp, which ahe placed on the cent
er table. There ahe mw an old mu:jic
book tilted up agalni a family Wide,
ami bearing on ltn faded green cover
the Inscription, "One Hundred Du'-;j
for Flute and Violin."
It waa "When the Bwallowa Home
ward Fly." The dentJKt attacked the
piece with hla cuatomary vigor. It
wan a matter of principle with the den
tlt to blow aharp In the upper reg
ister. That .was hla privilege and it
waa no concern of the compoacr. He
did It thla time with discordant re
aulta that muHt have driven the awal
lowa homeward if they were any In the
"Pahaw," he remarked, when the
duet waa flnlahed, "that waa vile. Why
don't you play In tune?"
matter take H course. 1 don't deny
that I like Caaale pretty well."
"You'll be aorry, I reckon, that you
didn't take my advice. I've got ttu
Inalde track at Ooodwln'a, an you'.l
find It out In time. Now, go on whera
we etopped, an' don't play ao loud an'
And ao they flnlahed "The Anvil
Choru.i," and attacked "Sweet Spirit,
Hear My I'rayer," with varlatlona for
the flute. This waa the dentlafa star
piece, and before beginning he treat?!
hla Instrument to a double abolutlon
at the window. He blew his way
through the melody without serloui
mishap, but In the variations he lo.r
hla footing in the dizzy height of tho
leger lines, and Ignomlnlously broka
down. That meant more trouble tor
"Comfound It, Copley," exclaimed t':e
1 discomfited flutist, "why don't you In
"Oh, I'm all right," answered Nat staccato when it's marked soT
serenely. "I guess he the weather." Nat only shrugged his shoulderJ,
The dentist again watered his flute, and the other went on:
Tropical Fruits-Hananaa. 5c per
pound; pineapples, 84.60 6.60 per
doaen; lemons, 4.75'i 5.50 per box;
oraiigea, f3, Soy 3.75; grapefruit, 85.00
crate; llmea, 76rfa fl.25 per 100: Mala
ga grape", f7.6O'ifS00 bid.: pomegran
atea, f2.6o per dox; tangi-rlnea, I! a
I'rovliiloni llama, to else, UJc; hania,
picnic IOJcj baron, regular. Ilc; bacon,
fancy lneakfaat 20c; dry alt lde, 111c;
Iwcka dry Halt II I -4c
l'Vkled (ftioda Pickled pign' f, t 1
barrela. $5; l-barrel, $2.75; 15 II, kit-.
$1.25; pickled tripe, 1 -barrel. $5.00; J
Domestic fruit - Apples, common, R5 barrela. $:i.75; 151b llta, $125; pickled
tf 91.00; fancy, fl.OOrti 2.50 box; Idy y' lM,,wti ,Brr. -la, $(1; 1 -barrela. $:l;
15-lb kitn, $1.60; pickled lainba' tongue.
J barrela. $1; i barreU, (5.60.- 15 II Ut
J2.75. Halt Iittlea of 75 2e, bile, fl.H'; Ult
of (I()-.1h, bale, $1.(10; balen of 4il 4 . Imie.
-11.(10; bale ol 15-10, bale, fl.00; Ima
50c; fine. ton. $i2.00; baga, 50 lb, genii
inn Liverpool, ton, $18.00; buga. 50 W.
1 ground, 100, ton. $II.(K); K. S. V. I'..
20 5 lb cartons, $2 25; R. 8. V. P.. 21 3 lb
enrtona, $1.75; Liverpool lump, ton.
apples, fl.26tfl.75 box: grapes, $l.60tf
t.00 crate; pears, f l.OOiff t.50 box; huc
kleberries, I0ft'12c It).; cranberrlea,
811. 60 12.60 bbl.; persimmons, fl,50
Potatoes In country, 85cr.ifi.00 per
cwt.; sweet potatoes, 2 Vic pound.
Cabbage Per lb., 1 I -4c; cnulltlow
r, f2.50iti 2.75 per crate; parsley, 25c
per doxen; bot-houu lettuce, fl.60
per iiox, neitd w iioz.: spinncn, s'tfuc
COMPLYING WITH THE PURE
FOOD AND DRUC LAW.
We are pleased to Inform our pa
trons that among the many adver
tisers In the columns of our paper,
iiono hnve shown so earnest an atti
tude toward carrying out atrlclly tin.
provlfdons of the Pure Food and Drug
.cl of June 30, 1906, which went Into
effect January 1, l'J07, as the Plneule
Mull' inc Company of Chicago. The
preparations of their manufacture
contain flit opiates or poisons of any
kind. They nri simple household rem
edies prepare. 1 by tlu-m fiom pure
drugs and with absolute uniformity.
Among other ready selling articles
"f their manufacture are to b'
the well knowj, rough syrup, IVe's
l.axltlve, containing Honey and Tar.
Dade's Little l.lver Pills, Fine Salve.
I'lueuh-s for the kidneys, King's Dys
pepsia Tablets ar.d Man .an Pile Rem
edy. V,- commend t lie attltu.V .f ihi
conei-rn and believe that the public
will appreciate their early announce
ment regarding the preparations of
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Tuesday .. T 7:551 3.5 S:25 -0.5
Wednesday - -- 2 8:27 3.3 9:00 -0.4
Thursdny 3 9:05 3.2 9.33 -0-1
Frldav 4 9:51 3.1 10:10 0.3
Saturdn . 5 10:38 2.910:50 0.8
SUNDAY . ... 6 11:33 2.fi'll:37 1.4
Mondnv 7 12:40 2.3
Tuesday 8 0:35 2 6! 1:55 1.8
Wednesday . .. 9 1:39 2.4 .1:11 1.1
Thursday 10 2:47 2.8 4: IS 0.2 1
Friday 11 3:65 3.0 6:17 -0.6
Saturday 12 4:59 3.0 6:08 -1.3
SUNDAY 13 6:57 2.8 (1:671-1 .7
Monday 14 6:60 2.6 7:41 -1.8
Tuesday 15 7.40 2.5 8:25 -1.7
Wednesday . ..16 8:31 2.4 9:10 -1.3
Thursdny 17 9:2L 2.3 9:501-0.6
Friday 18 10:18 2.1!lrt:34! 0.1
Saturday 19 11:11 2.2111:17 0.9
SUNDAY 20 ll2:1P 2.1
Monday 21 0:03 1.6! l:17 2.0
Tuesday 22 1:01 2.3 :!:2!! 1.8
Wednesday .. .23 2:05 2.9 3:3a! 1.4
Thursday 24 3:11 3.3 4:3ll O.ti
Friday 25 4:1 1 3.6 5:17 0.1
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SUNDAY 27 5:50 3.6 6:32110.4
Monday 2S 6:30 3.3 7:05-0.7
Tuesday 29 7:01 3.1 7:36-0.7
Wednesday . -.30 7:38 2.9 8:05-0.5
TThursday ., ..31 8:15 2.6 8:37 0.3
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"He you an' Doc Reese goln' to pl'iy
lo-nlght?" ie asked her lodger.
"Y-e-s," drawled Nit In reply.
"H-m-m! Wall, I p kon I'll go ov
er an' call on Satnanthy Morgan. Hi
be bin k after you j-c! ihr'.ugh." J't i
lently Mrs. Peterson had no music In
Nat called out to her before she rea
ched the door. "Oh, I nay, Mrs, Pet
erson," he said, "did you think to .tl
that bunch of lilacs over to the Cool
wln's?" "Yes, I did." she replied, with a lit
tle snap f spitefulness. "I expert
('aside's got 'em by this time." Mr?.
Peterson apparently liked her lodg-ir s
courting, with Its potentialities of mil
rlmonlal entanglement and Indepen
dent housekeeping, no better than ids'
Nat resumed his meditations aft-r
111 landlady's departure, but they were
soon Interrupted by the entrance of
Dr. Calvin Reese, who had scorned ti e
formality of knocking. Cal was the
village dentist a tall, lean, long-faced
chap of thirty or thereabouts, with a
visage ho sour that It mut have im
parted terrors to ills operating chair
There was a cast In his left eye, aid
this physiognomic defect was but part
ly offs.-t iiy the wisp of an imperii'
that adorned his chin.
'Ilelloa. Doc," said Nat.
"( ;ood-e enlng." returned the new
found 1 comer, with surly shortness.
The amiable Nat eyed his visitor
closely. "What's wrong with you?" Lc
hi'iuired, after a pause.
"Never you mind." was the respoti e
With that Nat had to be satisfied,
so he turned to the work of tuning his
violin. The dent 1st. tro, made his pre
parations for the evening's perf i;'
mancc. From his breast pocket re.
produced three sections of a boxwood
flute equipped with four bras-; key.-.
After jo'nlv.g the pieces, lie looker
round f r something, and not fitidSni.
what he wanted, inquired, "Whe-eeV
the vvnti r?"
Nat left the room, and speedily ,v
turned with nit old wooden pall Af
Idled with water, and a tin dippc-i.j
I.eanintr out of the back window, th 1
dentist Hushed his Utile with a dip
perful of water, and repeated the pro
cess until the irrigation was complete
A peculiarity of his Huto was its con
stant need of drenching.
Presently the strangled match pair
Fat before the table, ready for business
with the opened book offering ra sea
"Whut'll it be?" questioned Nat.
'"The Heart Dewed Down,' " replied
" Oh. conn' now," said Nat, "tha;'".
too sad and too slow. Let's begin vvitn
"The Stlilier's Joy.' "
"The trouble with you, Copley," ob
served the dentist, "is that you have
n't got ;my sentiment. You don't
know good music when you see it.
Ittit. go ahead an' make your own pick."
Nat v, as in yielding mood, and he
turned the- leaves for something that
his satnrino companion might accept
as a conipronil.se. Meanwhile the den
tist ran his lingers over the still drip
ping tlu'e. and blew the most harrow
ing improvisations into the summer
air. Old Fremont Shaw, seated on his
front porch next door, beard the omi
nous prelude, allowed It was near bed
time, and went In and fastened all hl
wondlws disregarding the heat. A
passing dog yelped protestlngly, and
quickened its pace. The groop in front
of the near-by post office dispersed.
"Here you are, Doe," Interrupted
Nat, when he had conceded the flutist
a reasonable tlmo for practice. "Thts
ought to suit."
and returned to his seat, frowning se
Nat glaanced at him, and said: "I'm
aony to sec you out of sorts this even
"Don't pretend that you don't know
why," snarled the dentist.
"Why, I "
"See here, Copy, what do you mean
by tryln" to cut me out with Ca-ssle
flood win 7"
Nat's eyes opened wide, and he
blushed rather shamefacedly. Then
he smiled, aggravatlngly.
"Didn't you take her to Collier Bro
thers' Circus?" continued the dentist,
pointing his flute accusingly at Nat.
"I'm goln' to take Cassle to the ex
ercises at the church Sunday. I
hain't asked her yet, but she'll come
all right. An' If you Interfere"
Here the sound of footsteps on '.hi
stairs caused the speaker to pau
and presently a grinning urchin stool
In the doorway. He carried in h.'i
hands a little packet of square enve
lopes. "Helloa, gents," sal dthe Intruder.
"I was jest over to your boardln' houao
Doc, with this letter, an' they tole mj
you wuz over here. I'm peddlin' these
out for old Josh Goodwin. This L
your'n. I got one for you, too, Nat
Here you be. Five more left, an' I
mu't git 'round with 'em to-night. So
"And to the Presbyterian lawn fete?" I long!'
"Well, -what if I did? I don't know
as anybody's got any particular claim
"Yes, you do. You know I've been
kfopln' cornp'ny with her off an' on
for three years. The whole village
"I wouldn't get excited over it, Dvc
Cassie's a sensible girl, arl she'll do
the' right thing."
"Well, this thing's got to stop that
is all. Here, let's play this. 'The An
vil Chorus.' "
Pleased with the respite, Nat JolnaJ
in with a will while the dentist ventjd
his spite on Verdi's unfortunate mea
sures. In the midst of an agonizing
bar he suddenly stopped.
"You're playing altogether too loul
Copley," he remonstrated.
" It's marked double forte," rejoined
"But play It smooth, like I do. You're
drownin' out the flute." This was pret
ty rich, considering that the dentHi's
violent performance had been scourg
ing half the village. Then he went on.
"To tell the truth, Copley, you're not
Cassle Coodwtn(.s stlye. You're not
After he had departed the men look
ed at each other Inquiringly. Then he
dentist nervously laid down his flule
tore open the envelope, and examined
its contents. Nat followed his exam
ple. The dentist uttered an ejacult
tion, and brought his fist down upon
the table. Nat's genial face waa dar
kened with a shadow. For the neatly
engraved inscription that had met
the4r eyes read as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Goodwin
request the pleasure of your company
at the marriage of their niece,
Cassandra Goodwin, . .
John Wesley Nixon,
on Thursday evening, June thirtieth,
at half past seven o'clock
from their residence on Main Street,
The dentist was the first to break
the protracted silence. "It's that Nix
on dude," he soliloquized, his defective
eye gleaming balefully. "He's the f 1
low the postmaster told me she cor
responded with after she came back
from the normal school. An' to think
he's been sparkln' her ever since sha's
serious enough for a sehoolma'am liki been teachin' at Pultneyville, an we
her. Old Hoskins' daughter, Em'li. never suspected It.
would be more your kind, an' I'd jest Nat aroused himself from his gloorc-y
as lief say a good word fer you th?r-.. j reverie, and touched the other gently
I'm makin' a set of teeth for her now "ion the arm. "Doc," said he, "if you
"Much obliged." said Nat. "but yoj I don' mind we'll try "The Heart Bow-;d
needn't bother. AVe'll let the other Down' now."
i SMOKERS SUPPLIES
We have the largest and
most complete line of Cigars
and Tobaccos in the City, and
keepcnly the prominent brands
and High Class Goods.
Small Boxes of Cigars, 12 and 25 in the Box.
PIPES Fine Mereschaums and Briars from
25c to $20.00.
y. .a. tiiVv l.i;, I'restdent.
!, PETl'.KSOX. VuH..p.(,ftijt,.,t.
uii-YNK. FATTUN, Caatuer.
J. W UAUXKK, Assistant
Astoria Savings Bank
O'ttnl I'std lu JUW.00O, Surplus and tJuC.ivkted Prodis $55,0KJ
fMnsncts a General liankiug tiusluess. Interest paid on Time liepositv
First National Bank of Astoria, Ore.
USTA HUSHED 180.