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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1908)
THURSDAY, OCT. 1
THE WORKING ASTOHIAN, ASTORIA. OIIEGON.
The Daily Market Report
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New York News Letter
.PORTUAND, Sept. 30. -Despite
the wrangle between the two states
over sulmon fishing In the Columbia
River, which to date litis rcultcd In
iiii Injunction by the Federal Court
restraining llio Oregon authorities
from ftttcmppng to enforce Oregon
law from the time, Immense good has
been the salmon fishing Industry of
the entire river at a result of Ore
gon attempt to keep tne upper
stretch of the stream closed for
Since August 25, the date when the
new Oregon law placed a ban on
fitdiing east of the Sandy, lume fun
have of course been caught in the
upper river, for the most part by
, men who deliberately Ignored the
Oregon statute with a view to hav
ing the matter adjudicated by the
court! but the operation were de
sultory and the catch east of the
' Sandy to date hai been but a fraction
of what it would have been had the
law not intenercd, '
Flour. Grain and Peed.
Wheat-Choice milling aorta. Track
prices: Club, 88c; blueitcni, 92c; tur
key red, 91c; Valley, t90c. Export
prices, standard quality: Club, 88c;
bluentem,' 92c; turkey red, 91c; red
ABarley-Feed, $25.50; rolled, $27
lZ; brewing, $27,
Uats No. I white, $30.00; gray,
Flour Patents, $470; straights,
$3.95(34.20; exports, $3.70; Valley
$4 45; 1-4 sack graham, $4.40; whole
wheat, $4.65; rye, $5.50.
Millstuffs-Bran, $26.50; middlings,
$33.00; shorts, country, $31.00; shorts,
city, $30.00; chop, $22(327.50.
Hay Timothy: Willamette Valley
fancy, $14.50; do, ordinary, $11.00;
Eastern ' Oregon, $16.50; mixed, $18;
. v Butte, Jfggi and Poultry.
Butter Extra,, 34 ; cents; - fncy,
32k; choice, 30c; store, 18c.
Cheese Full cream twins, I4il5;
full cream,' triplets,' 14115c; Young
America, 15t16c; cream brick, 20c;
Swiss block, 18c; Llmburger, 20c.
Poultry Mixed chickens, I2113c;
fancy hens, 13?13Jc; roosters, old,
S9c; broilers, 1414k; turkeys, 18c
Eggs Extras, 31 (232c; firsts, 28
29c; seconds, 23(26c; thirds, 26027c
pound higher; ducks, 1215c; geese,
SlOc; turkeys, 18c.
" Fruits and Vegetables.
, Potatoc-Uuying prices, 80($90c
per hundred; sweets, 22i per
Fresh Fruits-Oranges, $3.75(34.50;
lemons, $3.00(35.50; blackberries, 75
90c crate; new figs, $1 per crate;
peaches, 2585c per crate; plums, 25
S40c per crate; watermelons, 3-4c
pound; 'grapes, 60c$1.25 per crate;
pears, 50(2$1.00 per box; prunes, 30
40c per crate.
Meats and Provisions.
Dress Meats Hogs, fancy, 88ic;
cents; ordinary, 67c; large, 5c; veal,
extra, 8c8ic; ordinary, 6 7c; heavy,
Sc; mutton, fancy, 89c.
Lard-Kettle leaf, 10s, 15c; do 5s,
151c; do 50-lb. tins, 141c; steam ren
dered, 10s, 131c; ;do 5s, 14)c; com
pound 10s, 8c.
Hams-10-12 lbs., 17c; 14-16 lbs.,
161c; 18-20 lbs., 16c.
Bacon Breakfast, . 1724c; pic
l nics, 101c; cottage roll, 12c; regular
V short clears, smoked, 12c; do , un
smoked, 11c; Un. B., 10c13c lb.;
snybked, 15c; unsmoked, 14c;
dear bellies, unsmoked, 131c; smok
ed, 141c; shoulders, lZc.
Vegetables Turnips, $1.25 sack;
beets, $1.75; parsnips, $125; cabbage,
$1.502.00; head lettuce, 20 25c;
cucumbers, 75c85c per box; celery,
75c85c per dozen; artichokes, 60c
docn; beans, 8c pound; egg-plant,
$11.25 per crate; tomatoes, 2550c
per crate; cantaloupes, 407Sc
per crate; corn, 75c$l sack.
Onion California ,'' red, $1.25;
garlic, 1215c. "
Apples California new, $1$1,25;
Onions Buying prices, 90c$l per
hundred garlic, 1215c per pound,
, 8ugar, Coffee, Etc.
NEW YORK, Sept, 30,-Figuring
dead losses that total more than a
million dollars, the showmen of Co
ney Island arc to-day abandoning the
great summer resort for the season,
j Hotel men and proprietors of every
stand for liquid and solid refresh
ment are stripping bare their rooms
and departing with little but unworn
cash .registers, Never in the" histo
ry oi inn greatest pleasure park in
the country have the' people's pennies
been Bantered with tr
KltZJ:1" -" close, officially
:;.V.T . : T:T 'o-day. While the receipts of the
. P.r r 'J " or ""yilraction companies show no falling
...... v.v wv ,v wl; off j ,e cr0wdg t)at flockc(J ,0 C)J
r Vj d r ,,cy cach day f a um,ncr f rccrd
nBi.J.i!:.i-f f.n.M J w , Ml. the books of every booth on the
Z "a .;V,V 'rurally by, to one who chanced to
wii biuviiu, -r ittot; Java, isncy i l j i . , ,. ,
t . ' . 1JL. ' . ' had. been and were rather than to the
j present conditions the seashore show
; men lay tneir piiKlii, and to prove
: their faith in the future they are at
I ready planning for a record break
, ing season of pleasure and . profit
VL7 ' VX
fie amy attend religions service and
live as respectably as any other vis
itor in town, Already tlic land
sharks, crimps and stearcrs that in
fest this locality are losing their grip
on their former easy prey-,
Savings Deposits are received from $i up, on which inter
est is paid, This form of deposit is of especial value in
building up & 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 the,m.
The Banking Saving & Loan Assn.
WE KEEP THE KEY
With an army of alert guards a;
every outpost, the skyscraper castle
2528c; Java, good, 2024c; Java,
ordinary, 1720c; Costa Rica, fancy,
)820c; Costa Rica, good, 16 18c;
Arbuckle, $16,50 cwt.; Lion, $15.75
cwt; Colombia coffee, 14c lb.; Sal
Salt-Dales of 75-2s, bale, $2.25;
bales of 60-3s, bale, $2.25; bales of
40-4s, bale, $3.25: bales of 15-lOs,
hale. 122$! Ka V)t (5n tnn't tM-
bags 50c; genuine Liverpool ton, $17;' Oil on lower Broadway
bags, 50c, t-ground $13.50; 100s, ton, n. '"'"7 ,w! ",c '". yr
$13,00; R, S. V. P., 20 5-lb. cartons, hly fortified aga.nst intruders. No
$2.25: R. S. V. P.. 3-lb. cartons. 11.75: ' ,00,oul :.,n 8 "nacrioin gambling
Liverpool, lump, per ton, $20. i "ouse rver crutiny
i"n mat to wnicn every lace that
mu.ni-MJc-se muscaieis, rwi, , may, t0 pasg the portaIg h gubjec.
7 cents; 4-crow, 7 le; bleached. tC( b , redoub)cd lforce doormcn
Site i2"V,.S?!JS?. J":!d detectives;.; "'A man must be sure
London layers. 3-crown, 'whole boxes!0' hamtu a"d ,c" ' "uick 8nd
of 20 lounds. S2.00: 2-crown. 11.75. j straight to get so much as a g'imrse
VUi.W.tnt. 117, nn,,A. ot ,he labyrirth of mysterious office
filberts. H ; Brazils. 16c; pecans. 14 ! orTUOTi 'bat honeycomb the whole
20c; hickory, 10c; Virginia row pea-! "l0T e fortress of this notori-
nut,. 8 cents: chestnuts. , ItM0U trustr 1 'oiter for a minute
Ian 10c, Ohio 25c; cocoanut,, doxen, ! 0,,,liilc ,hc slrc,c f ground glass.
wc$l; pine nut,, 1012c pound. floors within these walls is to be or
Dried Fruits Applies, Sic per Jbjfdcred to the street by attendants that
peaches, 1012c; pear,, lliI4c;;ceaselcsly guard each hall and land-
Italian prunes, 56c; California figs, j jng. Years ago when the elder John
white, In sacks. 71c per pound; black, jD. wa, wonl ,c ,nake constant ,,cad.
Smyrna, 1617ic per pound; date,, j n"""" ' -Per,ian,
617c pound. . excess rf vigilance prevailed throuKh-
out tne place., vvitn letter tiles as
handy as they must be somewhere
within, no one is, wondering at to
day's renewal of the strenuous vigil
of Standard Oil's guards. 1
DEMENTIA OF THE DIAMOND.
In the midst of a metropolis mad
with the craze of the diamond the
baseball fortunes of the Giants are
to-day dwarfing the doings of Wall
Street or the presidential campaign
ers. Gotham has never inall its his
tory felt . the fascination of the fan
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc
Hops New Oregon, 78c pound;
1907, 2i4c; 1906, Hlt ,
Wool-Valley, 1415lc lb.; coarse,
1213c; Eastern Oregon, 816c, a,
Mohair Choice, 1819c pound.
Cascars Sagrada (chittitm bark)
4ic5ic per pound.
Oregon Oraperoot Per 100 pounds
$3S. S r,
Hides-Dry hides, No. 1, 14ic lb ;
dry kip, No. 1, 13ic: dry salted, one-
third less; dry calf, 15k lb.; salted as '' does in 'h5s thrilling wind-up
steers, 78c lb.; sslted cow,, 61c lb ; of thc ,ca8uC eaon. Men, women
,tag and bull,, 4ic Ib.J kip, 61c lb; and children, who scarcely knew that
calf. 10011c lb: srreen stock, le less:! York had a ball team a month
sheepskins; shearlings, 1025c; ,hort;aK ' keeping constant watch o
wool, 30 40c; medium and long i every move in the contest. Stock
wool, according to quality, 5090c; i tickers are besieged by thronns that
dry horses, 30c$1.50; dry colt, 25c; j want scores and not quotations, while
angora, 80c$l; goat, common, 10 j business, shopping and amusement
Foley's Money and Tar cure,
Coughs quickly, strengthens the
lung, and '.expels colds. Get thc
genuine in a yellow package. T. F.
Laurin, Owl Druu Store.
Subscribe to the Morning Astorian,
By buying alleged bargains in unre
liable stores. To claim to give great
values is easy, and a very common
practice, but to actually give them is
rare; We have a reputation for keep
ing our promise, and more. We do
more than we claim, hence the steady
and natural growth of our business.
You will find that by steadily dealing
with us you are saving money all the
Have you seen the fine display of
new style Heaters, in our big stove
First national Bank of Astoria
Jacob Kamm W. F. McGregor G. C. Flavel
J. W. Ladd S. S. Gordon
Capital ........ ;$100,000
Stockholders' Liability ................. .100,000
Cm Bit (or nnnttoral
Irritation or uloarMlooi
of m c o n i Mmbruit
PktnlM. and not A. trio.
ItMEEVUSChIMiUICS. (tut or polMBoot.
or tut id plm wruppOT,
t,v xrMi. nreM I d . lor
J. Q. A. BOWLBY, President
O. L PETERSON, Vice-President
J. W. GARNER, Assistant Cashier
FRANK PATTON, Caibier
ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
Transacts a General Banking Business Interest Paid on Time Depo,
Four Per Cent. Per Annum
Eleventh and Duane Sta. - - . . . Astoria, Oregon
SCANDINAVIAN-A A ERICAN
OUR MOTTO: "Safety Supercedes All Other Conslderattea."
Oysters, Clams and Fish.
Oysters Shoalwater Bay. per Bal
lon, $2.25; per sack, $4.50; Toke
Point, $1.60 per 100; Olympias (120
lbs.), $6; Olympias, per gallon. $2.25.
Fish-Halibut, Jc lb.; black cod,
78c; black bass, 20c; bass, 18c;
herring, 51c; flounders, 6c; catfish,
He; shrimp, 121c; perch, 7c; sturgeon,
121c; sea trout, 15c; torn cod, 10c; sal
mon, fresh, 67c.
Canned Salmon coiumoia River, 1
pound talis. $2.10; 2-lb. talis, $3.00;
fancy, 1-lb. flat,, $2.25; Mb. flats,
$1.40; fancy, Mb. ovals, $2.75; Alaska
tall,, pink, 95c; red, $1.40; nominal,
2a, tails, $2.10.
Clams Little neck, per box, $2.50;
rasor clams, $2 per box.
Oils, Lead, Etc.
Oct Official Tide Tables
Compiled by the 17. S. Government for
Abtoria and Vicinity.
S High Wter. A. M. P. M.
I Date. h.m. ft. I h.m, ft.
Thuraday 11:86731 4712 8.1
Friday 2 6:42 .0 5:08 7.8
Saturday 3 7:03 5.9 6:19 7.5
I SUNDAY 4 8:27 8.2 7:43 7.4
Monday & 8:34 6.8 8:03 7.7
Tuesday 6 10:27 7.4 10:11 8.0
Wednesday 7 11:10 8.0 11:10 8.4
Thursday ....... 8 11:49 8.6
Friday 9 0:02 8.6 12:27 8.0
Saturday 10 0:61 8.8 1:04 9.2
SUNDAY 11 1:38 8.5 1:42 9.8
Monday 12 2:26 8.0 2:20 9.2
Tuesday ...13 8:14 7.6 2:68 S.9
Wednesday .....14 4:05 6.9 8:40 8.4
Thursday 16 6:04 6.6 4:27 7.9
Friday ,...,16 6:12 6.2 6:23 7.3
Saturday 17 7:23 6.2 6:31 7.0
SUNDAY 18 8:80 6.6 7:47 6.7
Monday 19 9:22 6.9 8:57 6.7
Tuesday 20 10:02 7.2 9:66 6.9
Wednesday 21 10:40 7.7 10:45 7.2
Thursday.. 22 11:15 8.0 11:28 7.5
Friday 23 11:45 8.8
Saturday 24 0:10 7.8 12:16 8.6
SUNDAY 25 0:49 7.812:45 8.8
Myaday 26 1:80 7.7 1:16 8.9
T uesday 27 2:12 7.4 1:48 9.0
Wednesday 28 2:67 7.1 2:24 8.8
Thursday 29 3:42 6.8 8:04 8.5
Friday 80 4:35 6.6 3:62 8.'
Saturday i.81 6:88 6.4 4:60 7.6
rruay 2 11:02
Saturday ., 31 0:15
SUNDAY ...... 41 1:29
Monday ..t...... 51 2:45
Tuesday 6 8:50
Wednesday 7 4:47
Tnni..1.M 01 t.tte
"i'"ftT ....... Oi U.OO
nuay si 6:18
Saturday 10 7:00
SUNDAY ...... 11 7:46
Monday ,M2 8:26
Tuesday 13 9:05
Wednesday .....14 9:60
Saturday 17 0:83
SUNDAY ......18 1:37
Monday 191 2:38
Tuesday ,.20 3:32
Wednesday 21 4:18
Thursday 22 4:68
Friday 23 6:35
Saturday 24 6:13
SUNDAY ......25 8:49
Monday 26 7:20
Tuesday 27 7:53
Wednesday 28 8:30
Thursday 29 9:12
Friday 30 10:03
h.m. ft j h.m.) ft
give way to tne jam aoout every
score board Sickness and mortal
ity are visited twice a week upon ev
cry office boy in town; and boss
meet, boy without reproach on the
groaning, baseball bleachers. It is not
often that this city is really moved
to such a demonstration a, the Amer
ican sport has this year called forth
With bulging cargoes of returning
tourists the big liners from across
the ocean have been docking here this
week by the dozen. Over eight thou
sand men ot the merchant marine,
it is declared, have come ashore from
these greyhounds of the sea since
last Sunday. Swarming over the
Chelsea piers, this army of seamen is
to-day clustering about the big sky
.scraper which will soon be in opera
tion as a modern hotel for Jack
ashore. When the American Sea
men's Friend Society opens this sail
ors institute, which is to cost some
$325,000, several hundred sailors may
each night enjoy thc comfort and
safety of club quarters as clean and
orderly as any in this city. Billiards,
bathing, bowling, concerts, and li
brary, banking and restaurant facili
ties are some of the things which the
friends of the sailor man hope to of
fer him here to his hearts content.
Bensine V. M. and P. and Union
Naptha, cases, 201c; iron barrels,
Coal Oil Union and pearl and as
tral oil, cases,- 18ic per gallcm; water
white, iron barrels, 11c; eocene and
extra star, cases, 211c; headlight oil,
cases, 191c; iron barrels, 13c; elaine,
Lead Strictly pure white lead, in
ton lots, 71c; 500-lb. lot,, 8c less; less
than 500c lb,., 81c; red lead and lith
arge, 1c higher than white.
Linseed Oil Raw, 5-barrel lots,
54c; 1-barrel lots, 55c; in case, 61c;
boiled, -5-barrel lots, 56c; 1-barrel
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Bound Into Elegant
The J. S. DELLINGER CO.
Blank Book Makers
t They Do Everything in the Printing
Line at the Lowest Prices for
Good Work. :
lots, 57c; in cases, 63c. :