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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1908)
WEDNESDAY, KKl'T. 23
THE MORNING ASTOWAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
iThe Daily Market Report
PORTLAND, Sept. 22. - Sian.li.rit
city creamery butter today i ijuoied
nt 321 io ,14 cent a pound, tint with
most of the maker the letter (trice
prevails and. it U believed that within
few day the few that are quoting
the lower figure will full in line with
At the Wither iriff announced to
day the market here and rUcwherc
on the c.at h firm. Production had
been steadily declining fop more than
n month pat.
Flour. Grain and Feed.
Wheat-Choice milling sort, fraclt
'price: Club, H$c; bluestem, 92c; fur
key red. 91c; Vnlley, Xk, Kxport
price, itandard quality: Club, fiflc;
blueMcm, 9-'c; turkey red, 91c ; red
Russian, ftfc, '
l!arley-I?eed, $25.50; rolled, 27ftfi
28; brewing, $27.
OaM-No. 1 white, $29.00; gray,
Flour Patent, $470; traight,
$.1.954.20; export. $.170; Valley
$4,45; 1-4 ack graham, $4.40; whole
beat. $4.65; rye. $5.50.
J MilNtuftV-Bmn, $2fi,50; mildling.
$3,100; hort, country, $31.00; short,
city. $3000; chop, $2227.50.
Hay-Timothy; Willamette .Valley
fancy, $14.50; do, ordinary, $1 1.00;
Eastern Oregon, $16,50; mixed, $18;
Butte, Eigt and Poultry.
Butter 1-Atrn, 32Crr34c; fancy,
32Jc: choice. 30c; more, 18c.
Cheec Full cream twin, 14i'dl5;
full cream, triplet, HJ'VClSc; Young
America, lSlt 16c; cream brick, 20c;
Swiss block, 18c; Limburger, 20c.
Poultry Mixed chicken, 13rtil3Jc;
fancy hens, 14tfi,14Jc; rooster', old,
fttfj 9c; broiler, MiUc, droned, lc
F.ggv-Kxtra, 293t)c; lirst, 27(Vi)
28c; seconds 2.V?26c; third. 260(27 e.
Fruit and Vegetable!.
Potatoei New Oregon, $1.00
$1.25; weet, 22c.
Fresh Fruiti-Orange. $3.75fg4.50;
lemon, $3f55.50; blackberries, 75c
fiWcents per crate; new fig, $100
per crate; peache. 25c?j60c per
crate; plum, 25c(rl50c per crate;
$1.001.50 per crate; pear, 25c75c.
Vegetable Turnip, $125 ack;
beet, $1.75; parsnip, $125; cabbage,
$1.5O2.O0; bead lettuce, 2025c;
cucumbers, 75c85c per box; celery,
75c2;85c per dozen; artichoke, 60c
dozen; bean, 8c pound; egg-plant,
$l(ft l.25 per crate; tomatoes, 2.VT50c
per crate; cantaloupe. 4075c
per crate; corn, 75c(fi$l sack. ,
Onion California red, $1.25;
Apples California new, $1.25(81.50;
Meat and Provlalone.
Dres Meats Hogs, fancy, 8'?8Jc;
cents; ordinary, 6q7c; large, 5c; veal,
extra, 8cS8Jc; ordinary, 67c; heavy,
5c; mutton, fancy, 8(S9c.
Lard-Kettle leaf, 10s, 15c; do 5s,
15Jc; do 50-lb. tins, 14k; steam ren
dered 10c, 13k; do 5s, 13ic; com
pound 10s, 9ic.
Ham-10-12 lbs.. 17c; 14-16 lbs.,
18-20 ibs.j 16c.
Breakfast, 16123c; pic-
a - . 1
ncs, iuc; cottage rou, nc; regular
short clear, smoked, 13k; do un
smoked, 12k; Un. B., 10c13c lb.;
moked, . 1013c; unsmoked, 12c;
clear bellies, unsmoked, 131c; smok
ed, 14k; shoulders, Uc.
over sack basi (less I 4c. if paid for
In 15 day). ,
Rice Imperial Japan, No. 1, $tf.33:
Southern Japan, $5,75(g,'6; broken, 4k
head; fancy, $7775.
CofTee-"Mocha, 24$!28c; Java, fancy
2528c; Java, good, 20&24c: Java,
ordinary, 1720c; Costa Rica, fancy.
1820c; Costa Rica, good, 16l8c;
Arbuckle, $16 50 cwt.; Lion, $157!
cwtj Colombia coflee, 14c lb.; Sal
Salt-Bale of 75-2. bale, $2.25;
The Famous Golden Tip and the Way
It I Obtained.
Tint ton looked Ilk golden floss llk.
like nIi rallied K"l1i'ii mhUii, like .tho
fluff of diuidclloiW dyed gold. "And I
tlil ten'" wild the reporter.
; "Tills," tint (on merchant uiiswered,
"I llio bust tea In the world.nnd It Ik
J worth or more pound, for this.
Nlr, I the famous (Joldeti Tip. I'll tell
j you why It In mo rosily.-
"livery chest of the beat dollar and
n hall' ti'ii contain noiiio hnndfuls of
I undeveloped loaves of mnnll, gold tip
j ped leave culled Flowery Pekoe, Sort
lout from chest thoo leaves; wrap
j them, a linndful at n (line, In a square
I of sntln; nlinlci! tin; rnUn lightly; empty
tin leave l.nck Into tho chest. Cling
HAD BEEN IN JAIL
bale of 60-3. bale, $2,25; bale of
40-4. bale, $2,25; .bale of 15-10i,,,K ( dm Mitln iciiiuIii a few golden
bale, $2.25; bags, 50s, fine, ton; $15;! shM. n golden fluff, a golden lint.
bag 50c; genuine Liverpool ton, $17; j You bru-di It off carefully lno a Jnr. j
baK., 50c, i-ground $13.50; Wa, ton. J o.ill rnorw l.imdful. of u.idcveloped I
iion. o c v t ik rtnt : Ivw from a not lier client, snd, hak
; t i ,? , J ?t ' ih,m " 1,1 lho HHtl"-m are "tt,,, !
$2.25; K. S. V. P., 3-lD. tarton, . r,.WHr(t,,j wm, Honie more- golden fluff.
Liverpool, lump, per ton, $20. t '" Unt 1h (lolden Tip, and by the time '
Raisin Loose muscatels, 3-cown. 'i have ol.fulned In tl.lH tedious man-
7 cent; 4-crown, 7k; bleached. ' ! t " ' wonder that j
needles Sultanas. 9lc12c; un-1 '"V "'f J Z'u'Z '
bleached leedle. Sultanas. 6, cent;!f" ' 'l' Kl" "i0 i(8 lnt
, , . , vi t ,j lii Un KutMiinii Jar. The fluffy goldeu i
London layer. 3-crown, wboli i box,, , m MmmmA )ko 0lly em.;
of 20 j ound. $2.00; Z-crown, 175, n Mnk ,10 WJ ... C(jp cohU j
Nut Walnuts, . 1517c pound;' more thnn a bottle of champagne."
filbert. V ; Braxil. 16c; pecan, 14 i New York Pre.
20c; hickory, 10c; Virginia row pea
nuts, 8 cents; chestnuts, Iul
ian 10c, Ohio 25c; cocoanuts, dozen.'
90cG$l; pine nuts, 10(gl2c pound.
Dried Fruit Applies, 8ic per !t;;
peaches, 1012c; pears, lliMc;
Italian prunes, 5(&6c; California fgj.
A Nomadio Pitct cf Land That I Con
t'apo Coil ltne!f In sand and, like ev
errthlng of n desert nature, la nomadic.
white, in sacks. 7ic i?er r-ound: black. ! Like the Arab. It i alwaya silently
6iffl7c: brick. 75c(u)225 per box; ' Mealing a way. bo tlmt the appearance
Yit It Did Not Prtjudieo His Standing
a a VVitnMS. ,
An Important ease v,ns befog trie'
liefore the criminal court of tho IM
trlet of Coluinbln, An old negro win
In the a-ltncfM box. Tho district nttol'
ney .cownicnced: , '
"H'hBt Is your name?"
"John William, snh."
"Aro you the John Williams who v.r.r
Bent to tlm Albany peulteutlary fo,
"No, Hiih -not thl John."
"Aro you tho John Williams who was
convicted of nrnon and sent to the Da!
"Have you ever been lu any pcnltcti
tlary?" "Yea, mill."
All eyes were now turned upon the
wltnesx. Tho district attorney amlled
complacently and resumed:
"How many time have you been 1:.
tho pon I ten tlary?"
"Twice, sab." ,
"In Baltlmure, aah."
"How loriff were you there the flrrt
"Alxmt two hours, sab."
"How long the second time?" asked
tho attorney, rather crestfallen.
"Au hour. nub. I went there i-
whitewash a cell that was wanted for
a lawyer who had robbed his client.'
The attorney sat down amid the
laughter of the spectators.
Smyrna, 1617ic per pound; date,
Persian, 6t7c pound.
Hops, Wool, Hide, Etc.
Hop 1907, prime and choice, 3 j
4c lb; olds, lijjjc lb.; rew crop,;
6H?7c lb. !
Wool-Valley, 34'lflc lb.; coarse,
of tho jk'IiIiimuIii constantly chauges.
The prevailing winds In tho w luter lic
Ing from the north, the sand I- blown
south; In Kumrner It U blown t'other
way. But, the winter winds belnjj
struncer. the hind Is gradually work-
Tho Effort of His Life a Failure.
W. S. Gilbert had a novel experlcna
before he wrote for the stage, when
be was a banister waiting for his fire:
brief. It was long In coming; and
when It did come Mr. Gilbert deter
mined, of course, to make the effort of
Mo was Intrusted with the prosecu
tion of un old Irlwh woman for stealing
a coat, and when he legan the speech
that he had prepared and rehearsed so
carefully, the old dame at once began
lug south. Slonoinoy. at the lower end. ; to Interject: "Oh. ye dlvll. sit down!"
UHi'd to be mi Island. Its extremity be
ing called f'nic Malabar, a name not
Sugar, Coffee, Etc.
Sugar (sack basis) D. G., $6.05;
beet, $5.85; Golden C, $5.45; extra C,
$5.55; powdered, $6.15; fruit or berry
sugar, $6.05; boxes, 55c cwt. advance
uQiic. Eastern Oregon, 8ai6c, aiiuscd now-why 1 cannot say. This
to shrinkage. " ! Island of Monomoy Is rapidly growing
Mohair Choice, 18l9c pound. ! toward Nantucket, It having advanced
. . ... , . , j siiino live mlle lu the last fifty years.
C""" Sagrada (ch.tt.tm bark)-,0lM, of 1w Uu,J(m t()1J mo hU
4kS5k per pound. j fntl,,r 0 Ml vben ,he ,glt ,p
Oregon Graperoot-Per 100 pound I ., f)f e.uwe you can always atrnln
$3S. j Hube talk and pick out alwut 50 per
Hides Dry hide, No. 1, 14ic lb ;.j rent Mdlment. but the old cbarta ahow
dry kip, No. 1, 13k; dry talted, one- that the point is working south fast
third le$; dry calf, 15k lb.; salted ' From "Knocking About Cape Cod," by
steera, 78c lb.; salted cow, 61c lb ; j T- F- 1,1 0uU"K Magax-lna.
stag and bull, 4k lb.; kip, 61c lb ; j ...
, , a 8arapanlla.
calf, 10He lb; green stock, lc le;j Tw ATit!KM w RcrTtDg a eoupll.
heepkin; ahearling. 1025c; hort 0f ,,. vM) narsaparllla.
wool, 3040c; medium and long
wool, according to quality, 5090c;
dry horse, 50c!g$1.50; dry colt, 25c;
angora, 80c$l; goat, common, 10
Oyatcra, Clam and Fiah.
Oytert Shoalwater Bay, per gal
lon, $2.25; per sack, $4.50; Toke
Point, $160 per 100; Olympia (120
lb.), $6; Olympias, per gallon, $2.25.
Fish Halibut, 7c lb.; black cod.
7(i8c; black bass, 20c; bans, 18c;
herring, 51c; flounders, 6c; catfish,
11c; shrimp, 121c; perch, 7c; sturgeon,
121c; tea trout, 15c; torn cod, 10c; sal
mon, fresh, 7c.
Canned Salmon coiumoia River, 1
pound tails, $2.10; 2-lb. tails, $3.00;
fancy, Mb. flats, $225; J-lb. flats.
$1.40; fancy, Mb. ovals, $2.70; Alaska
tails, pink, 95c; red, $1.40; nominal,
2. talis, $2.10.
Clams Little neck, per box, $2.30;
razor clams, $2 per box.
Oils, Lead, Etc
Benzine V. M. and P. and Union
Naptha, cases, 20k; iron barrel,
Coal Oil Union and pearl and as
tral oil, cases, 18k per gallon; water
white, iron barrels, llc eocene and
extra star, cases, 21k; headlight oil.
cases, 19c; iron parrels, 13c; elaine,
Lead Strictly pure white lead, in
ton lots, 71c; 500-lb. lots, 8c leas; less
than 500c lbs., 82c; red lead and lith
arge, lc higher than white.
Linseed Oil Raw, 5-barrei lots,
54c; 1-barrel lots, 55c; in case, 61c;
boiled, 5-barrel lot, 56c; 1-barrel
lots, 57c; in cases, 63c.
Sept. Official Tide Tables
- " Compiled by the U.S. Government for
Astoria and Vicinity.
"Did you ever stop to think when
this delicious stuff couios from?" be
"Sasxafrns. Isn't It?" they hazarded.
"Sassafras nothing." said the drug
gist. "Sarsnparllla Is made of aarzn
roots, aod narza root come from tb
Aniiuonns swamps of Brazil.
"Fearful swamps they are smelly
black mud, mosquitoes in millions
snakes and crabs, heat, poison, orchids
fever. And here the natives camp for
weeks at a time gathering cam roots
for the sarsnparllla trade. The vine
runs along the ground, the roots are
located, and half of them are taken,
the remaining half being carefully
covered with soil again, so that they
will sprout for next year.
"It Is becauso sarsnparllla. like
mil nine, grows In fever soil that It Is
good for fever."
"Sure, now, he's u loler. yer honor!" "Sit
down, ye spalpeen r "He's known tu
all the perllce, yer honor!" After some
mluuies of this abuse Gilbert asked
the recorder's Intervention, but that of
Oclul w as l busy 'laughing. So the
effort of his life wan not a success.
Best Treatment For a Burn.
If for no other reason, Chamber
lain' Salve should be kept in ever;
household on account of its great
value in the treatment of burns. I:
allay the pain almost instantly, and
unless the injury is a aevere one, healf
the parts without leaving a scar
This lalve is also unequaled for chap
ped hands, lore nipples and disease
of the (kin. Price,' 25 cents. For salt
by Frank Hart and leading druggists
Savings Deposits ate received from $i up, on which inter
est is paid. This form of deposit is of especial value in '
building up a bank account, as it admits of withdrawals
or additional deposits at any time. Every incentive con
sistent with safety is offered to patrons of this department.
Our neat home savings banks, as an aid to saving, is loaned
free to those who want them.
The Banking Saving & Loan Assn.
tEEP THE ElEY
First national Bank of Astoria
Jacob Kami W.F. McGregor G. C.'.Flavel
J. W. Ladd ' S. S. Gordon
Capital ........ $100,000
Surplus .................... 25,000
Stockholders' Liability . . . . . ... . . . . .... . .100,000
V ESTABLISHED 180.I
J. Q. A. BOWLBY, President
O. I. PETERSON, Vice-President
J. W. GARNER, Assistant Cashier
FRANK PATTON, Cashier
ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - $227,000
Transacts a General Banking Business Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Four Per Cent. Per Annum
Eleventh aod Duaoe Sta. - - - . Astoria, Oregon
SCANDINAVIAN-AM ER ICAN
OUR MOTTO: "Safety Supercede AH Other Conaidcratioa."
"Yes," said Mrs. Malnprop, "my boy
Is doing first ruie at school. I sent
him to one o' thum alimentary schools,
and his teacher says he's doing fine.
He's a'flrst class Soulier, they tell
and Is hend of his class Is gastronomy,
knows his letters by sight and can
spell like ono o' those deformed spell
ers down to Washington."
"What's he going to be when he
"He wants to bo an undertaker, and
I'm Inclined to humor him. so I've told
the confessor )o pay special Intention
to tho dead languages," said the proud
mother. Harper's Weekly.
Monday .. . . ,
Monday ,, 14
Monday ...... ...21
! Tuesday .. . i .... 22
hf Wednesday , 231
f Wednesday .....28
Friday .,.'.;.... 25
Saturday ....... 2S
Tuesday ,,, .....29
M. P. M.
Low Water. A, M. I P. M.
Date. j b.irnT ft h.m, ft
Tuesday 1 9:47 2.8 10:88T1
Wednesday ..... 2 10:25 2.811:88 1.2
Thursday 311:14 8.2
Friday 4 0:38 1.1 12:19 8.7
Saturday 5 1:53 0.8 1:45 8.9
SUNDAY ...... 6 8:10 0.4 8:17 8.9
Monday 7 4:11 0.0 4:82 8.4
Tuesday 8 6:11 -0.4 5:32 2.7
Wednesday ..... 9 6:00 -0.6 6:28 2.0
Thursday ..(.....10 6:46 -0. I 7:10 1.8
Friday 11 7:27-0.2 7:52 0.7
Saturday 12 8:07 0.2 8:88 0.4
SUNDAY IS 8:47 0.8 9:27 0.8
Monday 14 9:85 1.6 10:18 0.4
Tuesday ..1510:21 2.811:14 0.1
Wednesday 1611:12 S.l
Thursday .......17 0:14 0.7 12:18 8.6
Friday 18 1:22 0.8 1:81 8.8
Saturday 19 2:31 0.8 2:62 8.9
SUNDAY ......20 3:35 0.8 4:08 8.6
Monday 21 4:27 0.8 4:68 8.1
Tuesday ... 22 5:12 0.6 6:42 2.7
Wednesday 23 6:51 0.6 6:20 2.2
Thursday 24 6:22 0.8 6:47 l.t
Friday ...25 6:60 1.0 .7:13 1.4
Saturday ..26 7:17 1.2 7:43 1.1
SUNDAY .......27 7:46 1.5 8:15 0.1
Monday... 28 8:18 2.0 8:50 0.1
Tuesday 29 8:50 2.4 9:27 0.5
Wednesday .....80 9:94 8.0 10:14 0.5
"What, bird Is It." nskod tho schoo!
Inspector, "that Is found in Africa and
although It has wings, cannot fly?"
The class was unable to answer this
very puzzling question. Thinking to
encourage thorn, tho Inspector offered
s sixpence to the little boy.or girl Who
omild tell him. After a brief hesita
tion a little girl of five years put up
"Well, my Uttlo dear." said the in
spector, "wlnt Is It?"
"Please, air. a dead un." London
IBM 'ii I'Uffiy"1 m i " -
GAZI N ES
Bound Into Elegant
"Now, don't tell mo any story about
misfortune an wnntin' to be a hard
worker an all that," said the hard
faced Indy. "I can see right through
''Gracious!" Bald Dismal Dawson.
"I know I ain't had nolhln' to eat for
three days, but I didn't know It had
tulnned mo down like that."
A; man who is rough and awkward
at everything else 'will show a deli
cacy and skill greater flinn any wom
an's when ho h?s to pntcb a ten dollar
bill. Atchison Clobe.
More Than Equal.
Lady You look robust. Are you
equal to. the task of sawing wood?
Tramp Equal Isn't the word, mum.
I'm superior to It. Good morntn'!
Oh, what a goodly oirlislde falsehood
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