The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, July 14, 1908, Page 7, Image 7

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    TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1008.
THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON. I
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My stock of men's and boy's
shoes is unsurpassed for qua
lity. Close buying and low
expenses euable me to sell the
best qualities at lowest prices.
S. A. GIMRE
543 Bond Street
TRANSPORTATION.
' Tl HU lln
PA8SENOERS FREIQH1
Steamer - Lurline
Night Boat for Portland and
Way Landings.
Leaves Astoria daily except Sunday
at 7 p. m.
Leavea Portland DaDy eteept SsmOa
at 7 a. ra.
Quirk Service Excellent Meal
Good Bertha
Landing Aetorla Flavel Whart
Landing Portland Foot Taylor It
J. J. DAY, Agent
Phone Main 2761.
DAIRIES.
TheVermont Dairy
All milk aerated before bottling.
Specialty made of one cow's milk for
Infants. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Phone 14 Farmers line.
W. J. INQALLS.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Eagle Concert Hall
(320 Aator Street)
Rooms for rent by the day, week, or
month. Bes rates in town.
P. A. PETERSON, Prop.
MISCELLANEOUS.
OT OR COLD
Golden West
Tea
Just Right
WaHs
CLOSSET & DEVERS,
PORTLAND, ORE.
MEN AND WOMEN,
Il.niBforDnntnrl
J.iA,l dli'hrn,lnflninitlni
..i I lrrittlun, or ulceration
ur. of inn com iiwmlirni.
.mUilm. P.IiiImi. .ml not MtrlD'
THlFviNKr.HFMIQll CO. flout or pol.onom.
Wold by urunuia.
1 or lanl In slain wraODef,
li xtir. prepaid, for
ii mi. lira ikii ilea a.ii.
Clroulur luut on rwiuut
NOTICE.
BIDS ARE HEREBY ASKED FOR
building a bridge across the mouth
of the Necanicum, at Seaside, Oregon.
Said bridge to be built according to
plans and specifications prepared by
W. A. Grondahl, now on file in the
Countv Clerk's Office. Bids to be
fded with the County Clerk on or be
fore July 15, 1908. . The Court reserv
ing the right to reject any or all bids,
By order of the County Court,
J. C. CLINTON, Clerk.
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win ; . i n in yv-js jv 'Mi m
In hnZ.1 SMSSSlttrt. iCty creamery is active and
il. 1- II.. . .
their live to duty. '
In order to keen the home neat
and pretty, tho children well dressed -
and tidy, women overdo. A female !
0JJru?L".,Lten
brought on and they suffer in silenoe,
drifting along from bad to worse,
Knowing well that they ought to
have help to overcome the palno and
aches which daily make life a burden.
It is to them faithful women that
LYDIAE.PINKHAr.TS
VEGETABLE COMPOUND
nsirmiu tiu a 1 kutn ami u tJikCtuiniv
aa It did to Mrs. F. KIU worth, of I
Mayvillc, N. and U) Mm. W. P. Flour-Patents, $4.85; straights,
Boyd, of leaver FallH, l'a., who ay:; $4.05 4.55; exports, $3.70; Valley
"I was not able to do my own work, ) $4 45; 1-4 sack graham, $4.40; whole
owing to the female trouble from which j wheat, $4.65; rye, $5.50.
I suffered, bydia K. 1'inkhatn'a Vr-gc-1 Millstuffs Bran, $26.00; middlings,
Lod YinTS'ffi country $28 50; shorts,
daye work as I ever did. I wish every .city, $27.50; chop, $27.50.
sick woman wcAild try it
FSfTe tab eiMf uinuru
iv- .v.i-4.. t...ii v rxu
iui uiiiijf train jiiiu c. i uin-
ham's Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herlH, lian tecn trie
standard remedy for female ill,
and ban jKwit i vely cured thounandaoi
wnmin ulifi Imvi- bin trnnhlorl witli
displacements, inflammation, ulcera-
tion, fibroid tumort, irregularitieH,
periodic Minn, backiwlie, tliat k'ar-nsc:
Ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges-1
tion,diz.inesH,or nervous prostration.
Why don't you try It V
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Sirs. lMnkhnm Invites all sick
women to wrlt her for advice.
She has jrukled thousands to J
health. Address, Lynn, Mass. j
RETURNING PROSPERITY
Conditions throughout the country
i '
point to an early return of prosperity.
Riifilf l:i rin u. mill r.iilmiiit rnriiinL-x 1
arc below those of a year ago, but the
gap is ateadily narrowing. There are
fewer idle cars than there were at the
beginning of June. The July inter
est and dividend payments this year
'
in New York, the country's financial
center, will be $177,000,000, as com
paved with in July, 1907.
Thus the falling off is far less than 51502.00; cauliflower, $2.50, crate;
had been expected. Abvut $46,000,- ! Jieaii ettucei 2025c; cucumbers, $1.25
000 of gold has been exported since !g150; cecryi gs cents; artichokes,
the present outward movement be- j60c doi; asparagras, 65ctbl.25; beans,
gan in the middle of April, but as we gc; eggplant, 20c pound; tomatoes,
gained over $100,000,000 of gold in j $1,251.75 crate; cantaloupe, $2(g2.25
November and December last, and as per crate.
we can set as much as we need from! Onions Bermudas, 2k lb; Califor-
the outside world at any time we mayjnia red, $1.401.50; garlic, 12l5c,
need it, this movement does not dis
turb anybody. The rates for money
are about the same as they are in
midsummer or normal years.
"Re-employment days" arc becom
ing general. St. Louise had one on
June 1st, when 15,000 idle persons
Were put to work. On a far larger
scale the Pittsburg district will have
one on July sixth, when every plant
of the United States Steel Corpora
tion, the largest concern in the world
in its field, will resume operations.
The other shops of that corporation,
all over the country will, it is expect
ed, all be running by August first.
All the independent steel concerns in
the Pittsburg district, it is announced,
will be at work with a full force by
Uhe first week in August.
The Department of Agriculture in
Washington says the crop outlook
is better, on the whole, than it ever
was before at this time of the year.
It estimates that the value of the
country's farm products of 1908 will
reach the $8,0(K1,000,000' mark. This
will leave all records far behind. It
will be more than double the value of
the farm yield of 1900, which was
$3,764,000,000. Big crops have al
ways hertofore meant good times for
the country, and they will mean the
same this year, James W. - Van
Cleave, President National Associa
tion of Manufacturers, m American
Industries for July,
During the summer kidney irregu
larities are often caused by excessive
drinking or being overheated. Attend
to the kidneys at once by using
Foley's Kidney 'Coure. T. F. Laurin,
Owl Drug Store.
Subscribe to the Morning Astorian,
60 cents per month, delivered by
carrier. .
The Daily Market Report
PORTLAND, July 13.' The out- Raisins-Loose muscatels, 3-crown,
look wet of the Cascade in this" 6 "u; 4ecr?w"' 7i8c; bleached,
, , . , , 1( seedless Sultanas, 9icel2c; un-
late i for an immense crop of both blcachcd MedleM Sultanas, 61 cents;
potatoes and onions this year, and for London layers, 3-crown, whole boxei
potatoes at least the chance 'are that of 20 rounds, $2.00; 2-crown, $1.75.
, , . ! mi .i. .1 .,. Nuts Walnuts, lS7c pound;
fa r price will prevail when the time . . A
. ' filberts, 16;; Brazili, 16c; pecans, 14
fur marketing the roduct comes. In 20c; hickory, 10c; Virginia peanuts,
the eastern part of the state the spud $Jc; peanuts, 68c; chestnuts, Ital
crop has suffered severely on account ian 10c, Ohio 25c; cocoanuts, dozen,
of the dry weather of the last few90c$l; pine nuts, 10512c pound,
weeks, and the indication are for a; Dried fruits-Applies, 81c per tb;
lighter output there than usual. It is peaches, 10gl2c; pears, lli14c;
yet too early to make any predictions IH"n Ps nM California figs,
as to the onion market this fall nd 7c P" black,
,h, , , , , , 6fa7c; bricks, 75c2.25 per box
w,ter,; rhe demand for fancy but-, mm, prJd.
ut continues inning, ai me iun. u.ai
have prevailed lor some tune, anu m-
j Mead of a surplus, a scarcity of the
gnrc in icjiunvii 111 rums ui-
dealers in country creamery say it is
'difficult at tunes to 111 orders for the
lct brands. The fact that a good
deal of cream is frozen during the
hot weather in a large way accounts
for the situation.
Flour. Grain and Feed.
VVheat Track prices: Club, 85c
red Russian, 83c; bluesteam, 87c; Val
ley 85c.
Barley-Feed, $24.50; rolled, $25.50
26.50; brewing, $26.
Oats-No. 1 white, $26.50; gray,
$26.00.
May nmomy: wniameue vncy,
fancy, $15.00; do, ordinary,
(Eastern Oregon, $17.50, mixed,
$15;
alfalfa. $12
Butter, Eggs and Poultry,
Butter Extras,' 25c; fancy.
24c;
choice, 20c; store, 16c.
Cheese-Full cream twins, 14c; full
cream triplets, 14c; oung America,
15c; cream brick. 20c; Swiss block,
Limburger, 20c.
Poultry Mixed chickens. 12c;
! t nc v iK ns -jc .
L ..... . , ' S'vi.-'
'fali'c: broilers, le,
, ,
!,c ,cr pound htKhcr,
roosters, old, 9
dressed poultry, j
ducks, 1214c;
geese, old, 89c; turkeys, alive,
ic; do, dressed, 1920c,
K ggs-Candled, 22124c.
Pnitm nit Vegetables.
Potatoes-Select old Oregons, 65c j
tfiTllc per 104); new Oregon, $1.35
ri;t.X ei n imiwnue, iron oarreis, iujc; eocene anu
$1 Ml new California, $1.50 per 100.
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apncois, i.iniuii.ij per tiic,
berries, 5c tb; peaches, 5085c crate;
. I...... Cn:. 7C. ..itrm1nn 7c
"U,H"; T . ' I '
pound; loganberries, 75c(g$1.00 crate. i
ir.-...ki..T..;n. ei ?5 arVr !
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vvw, T...-, r-.-.- r-, t---. - .
Apples-Select, $3.00 box; fancy,
$2.(H); choice, $2.00; California new,
$1.25.
Meats and Provisions.
Dressed Meats Hogs, fancy, 71c;
ordinary, 61c, large 6c; veal, extra
8c, ordinary 67c, heavy 5c;
mutton, fncy, 8(&9c
Lard Kettle leaf 10s, 133c; do 5s,
13;c; do 50-lb. tins, 13k; steam ren
dered 10s, 121c; do 5s, 123c; com
pound 10s, 91c
IIams-10-12 lbs., 16k; 14-16 lbs.,
16c; 18-20 lbs., 16c.
Bacon Breakfast, 1623c; pic
nics, Ik; cottage roll, 12c; regular
short clears, smoked, 12k; do un
smoked, Use; Un. B, 1013c lb.;
smoked, 1013c; unsmoked, 12c;
clear bellies, unsmoked, 131c; smok
ed, 141c; shoulders, 12c.
JOBBERS' QUOTATIONS.
Sugar, Coffee, Etc.
D. G., $6.25; beet, $6.05; Golden C,
$3.65: extra C, 5.75; powdered, $6.35;
fruit or berry sugar, $625; boxes, 55c.
Sugar (sack oasis) D. G. $6.25;
cwt. advance over sack basis less lc
if paid for i;i 15 days).
Coffec-Mocha, 2428c; Java,
fancy, 2528c; Java, good, 2024c;
Java, ordinary, 1720c; Costa Rica,
fancy, 1820c; Costa Rica, good, 16
18c; Arbuckle, $16.50 cwt.; Lion,
$15.75 cwt.; Colombia coffee, 14c lb.;
Salvador. lli141c.
Rice Imperial Japan, No. 1, $6.35;
Southern Japan, $5.756.00; broken,
4k; head, fancy, $77.75.
Salt Bales, of 75-2s, bale, $2.i5;
bales of 60-3s, bale, $2.25; bales of
40-49. bale, $2.25; bales of 15-I0s, bale,
$2.25; bags, 50s, ine, ton, $15; bags,
50c; genuine Liverpool ton, $17; bags,
50s, 1-ground, $13.50; 100s, ton, $13;
R. S. V., 20 5-tb cartons, $2.25; R. S.
V. P., 3-tb cartons, $175; Liverpool,
lump, per ton, $20.
Persian, 67c pound.
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc.
Hops 1907 crop, 5!$ 6Jc pound.
Wool alley, 14f14k tb; coarse,
1213c; Eastern Oregon, 816c, as
to shrinkage.
Mohair Choice, I8jc pound.
Cascara Sagrada (chittitm bark)
314ac per pound.
Oregon GraperVot Per 100 pounds
$35. '
Hides Dry hides, No. 1, 13c lb;
dry kip, No. 1, 12c lb; dry salted, one
third less; dry calf, 14c tb; salted
steers, 56c tb; salted cows, 5- tb;
stags and bulls, 3c pound; kip, tb;
calf, 910c tb; green stock, lc less;
I sheepskins; shearlings, 1025c; short
jwool, 3040c; medium and long
wool, according to quality, 5090c;
dry horses, 50(g$l; dry colt, 25c; an
gora, 80c(S$l; goat, common, 10
20c
Oysters, Clams and Fish.
Oysters Shoalwater Bay, per gal
lon, $2.25; per sack, $4.50; .Toke
Point, $1.60 per 100; Olympias (120
lbs.), $6; Olympias, per gallon, $2.25.
Fish Halibut, 56c lb.; black cqd,
8c; black bass, 20c; striped bass, 18c;
herring, 51c; flounders, 6c; catfish,
11c; shrimp, 10c; perch, 7c; sturgeon,
12c; sea trout, 15c; torn cod, 10c; sal
mon, fresh, 8(?i;9c; smelt, 7c; shad,
314c.
Canned Salmon Columbia River, 1
pound tails, $2.10; 2-lb. tails, $3.00;
fancy, 1-lb. flats, $2.25; Mb. flats,
$1.40; fancy, 1-lb. ovals, $2.75; Alaska
tall, ninlr Q5r: rcH $1.40: nominal.
s2, tails. $2.10.
Clams-Little neck, per box, $2.50;
razor clams, $2 per box.
Oils, Lead, Etc,
Benzine V. M. and P. and Union
i Naphtha, cases, 191c; iron barre's,
lZiC
. Coal Oil-Union and pearl and as-
, cases, oc per gauon, wcr
,0. Karn. ii. 12ie: e a n.
Lead Strictly pure white lead, in!
ton lots, 7ic; 500-lb. lots, 8c less; less
than 500c lbs., 8lc; red lead and lith
arge, lc higher than white.
Linseed Oil Raw, 5-barrel lots,
50c; 1-barrcl lots, 51c; in case, 57c;
boiled. 5-barrel lots. 52c: 1-barrel
lots, 53c; in cases, 59c.
bbls., 151c; cases, 221c." Motor, bbls.,
151c; cases, 221c. 86 degrees, bbls.,
30c; cases, 371c. Engine Distillate,
bbls., 9c; cases, 16c.
Turpentine In cases, 63c; in wood
barrels, 611c; in iron barrels, 591c; in
10-case lots, 62c.
IT'S ALWAYS BAD.
The Best of Backs Are Bad When
They Ache, and Astoria People
Know It
A bad back is always bad.
Bad at night when bedtime comes,
Just as bad in the morning.
Ever try Doan's Kidney Pills for it?
Know they cure backache cure
every kidney ill?
William McLarty, living at 16th and
Washington streets, Oregon City,
Ore., says: "I had persistent back
ache and pain through the loins that
seemed to never let up. At night I
could not find a comfortable position
or get any restful sleep on account of
the continual aching and as a result,
I lost energy. I learned of Doan's
Kidney Pills curing others of similar
troubles and I procured a box. By
the time I had used half of one box,
there was so much improvement that
it seemed almost unnecessary to take
any more, but I. finished the box to
make sure of a permanent cure."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the
United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Constipation, or Irregularity, la very
often the cause of sick -headache. Lane's
Family Medicine is the great preventive
and cure of headache. Druggists sell it
for 25 cent.
Women with good complexions are
never homely. Good blood makes god
complexions. Lane's Family Medicine
makes good blood. All druggists aell 'ii
for 25 cents.
FAT FOLKS
ONE DOLLAR
invested in a bottle of these wonderful, harmless fat reducing tablets and -in
30 days you will be a normal, well-formed person again. Don't carry
around your ugly bulk, your ungainly superflous flesh. It makes yott
miserable, ridiculous and what is mor important, it subjects you to fatal
consequences. Sudden death from fatty Degeneration, Heart Disease, Kid-'
oey Tiouble, Apoplexy and Musular Rheumatism all come from OVER
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U A ANTI-CORPU" is absolutely harmless. The formula used in makinf
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Ion, which is proof that it is PURE and HARMLESS.
M A 4TI-CORPU" reducea FAT from 3 to 5 pounds a week. It reduces
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this reduction, for it makes the skin :Iose fitting and smooth.
U A 'JTI-CORPU' strengthens WEAK HEART, cures PALPITATION,
"SHORT BREATH and acts like magic in MUSCULAR RHEU
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this advertisement and make him get it for you, or you can aend for it'
DIRECT to us. We pay postage and send in plain wrapper.
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TKLL We will send you a sample of this wonderful fat reducing'
remedy on receipt of 10 cents to pay for postage and pack-'
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Mention this j iper. Desk 22, ESTHETIC CHEMICAL CO, 31 West :
125th Street, New York, N. Y.
Sherman Transier Co.
HENRY SHERMAN, Manager.
Hacks, Carriages Baggage Checked and Transferred Tracks and Fornitwe;
Wagons Pianos Moved, Boxed and Shipped.
433 Commercial Street ' - - Main Phone 121
STEEL & EWART
Electrical Contractors
Phone Main 3881 . . . . 426 BondJStreet
SCOW BAY BRASS & IRON
ASTORIA, OREGON
W AND BRASS FOUNDERS LAND AND KARINL ENGINEERS
Up-to-Date Sawmill Machinery. Prompt attention given I ill repah ar ftr.
18th and Franklin Ave. TeJ kfaia24ftl
John Fox, Pres. F. L. Bishop, Sec. Astoria Savings Bank, Treaa.
Nelson Troyer, Vice-Pres. and Supt
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS
OF THE LATEST IMPROVED . . .
Canning Machinery, Marine Engines and Boilcis
COMPLETE CANNERY OUTFITS FURNISHED.
Correspondence Solicited. - Foot of Fourth Street
THE TRENTON
First-Class Liquors andDCigars
S 602 Commercial Street
A,
I Corner Commercial and 14th.
Astoria & Columbia HiyerR. R. Co.
OPERATES FIRST-CLASS DINING CAR SERVICE ON THEIR
TRAINS, NO. 24, LEAVING PORTLAND AT 5:30 P. M. AND NO.
23, LEAVING SEASIDE AT 4:50 P. M.
. , ASTORIA, OREGON f
G. B. JOHNSON, General Agent