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The Daily Market Report
HASKELL TO MAKE FIGHT.
PORTLAND, Oct 1.-Poultry
moved slowly today and prlcei were
Seiierully a tent tinder those of ye
lerday, Even nt the low quotation!
some (tenter found it impossible to
. clean up their stocks, and the outlook
now li for i weak market for some
time to come, Receipts today were
1.16 coops, for the most part hem and
chicken, hut with a few ducks and
turkey. Duck were unchanged, but
turkeys were weak at 17 to 18 centi
a pound. There were no change in
the egff market. Receipt were 176
Z Country dressed meat were iteady
today at the price that have ruled
for a week or more. The beat In
both line moved at 8J cent a pound.
At umiuI a good part of the veal
coming in in large and coarse and 6
to 7 cent a pound U the bent that
dealers can get for some of it. Re
ceipts today were 71 Img and 104
' calve. : '
Flour. Grain and Feed.
' Wheat-Choice milling sorts. Track
price: Club, 88c blucstem, 92c; tur
key red, 91c; Valley, 90c, Export
price, standard quality: Club, 88c;
blucstem, '.92c; turkey red, 91ej red
Russian, 85c. '
Barley-Feed, $25.50; rolled, $27
28; brewing, $27.
Oats-No, 1 white, $30.QP; gray,
$29. . : f f '
lour Patents, $470; straight,
Xj.95(34.20; export, $3.70; Valley
" $4.45; 1-4 lack graham, $4.40; whole
wheat, $4.65; rye, $5.50. v v
MillstuftV-Bran, $26.50; middling,
$33.00; shorts, country, $31.00; horts,
city, $30.00; chop, $22$27.S0.
Hay-Timothy: Willamette Valley
fancy, $14.50; do, ordinary, $11.00;
Eastern Oregon, $16.50; mixed, $18;
alfalfa, $11. , t
Butt. Egg and Poultry.
Butter Extr, 34 cent; fancy,
321c; choice, 30c; tore, 18c.
Cheeie Full cream twin, 141(3215;
full cream, triplet, l4il5c;Young
America, 15il6c; cream brick, 20c;
Swin block, 18c; Limburger, 20c.
PoultryMixed chicken, 12l13c;
fancy hen, I3(j13lc; roofers, old,
BH9c; broiler, 14l'icj turkey, 18c.
Egg Extra, Jl32c; firsts, 28
29c; econd. 2326c; third, 2627c.
pound higher; duck, 12l5c; geese,
' 8ftl0c; turkeys, 18c
Frulta and Vegetable.
Potatoes Buying price, 8090c
per hundred; sweets, 22 per
Fresh Fruits-Orange, $3.754,50;
lemons. $3.005.50; blackberries, 75
90c crate; new figs, $1 per crate;
peaches, 2585c per crate; plum, 25
Q40c per crate; watermelons, 3-4c
pound; grapes, 60c(S$1.25 per crate;
pears, 50(3$100 per box; prune, 30
40c per crate.
Meat and Provisions.
Dress Meati Hogs, fancy, 88ic;
centi; ordinary, 67cj-large, 5c; veal,
extra, 8c8ic; ordinary, 67c; heavy,
5c; mutton, fancy, 89c.
Lard-Kettle leaf, 10s, 15c; do 5.
151c; do 50-lb. tins, 141c; (team ren
dered, 10s, 131c; do 5s, 141c; com
pound 10s, 8c.
Ha'ms-10-12 lbs.. 17c; 1416 lb.,
161c; 18-20 lb., 16c.
Bacon-Breakfast, 1724c; pic
nics, 101c; cottage roll, 12c; regular
fhort clears, smoked, 12c; do un
imoked, 11c; Un, B., 10c13c lb.;
smoked, ; 15c; unsmoked, 14c;
clear bellies, unsmoked, 131c; amok-
ed, 14c; houlder, Uc. v
Vegetables Turnip, $1.25 sack;
belt, $1.75; parsnip, $1.25; cabbage,
$1.502.00; head lettuce, 2025c;
cucumber, 75c85c per box; celery,
75c385e per dozen; artichoke, f 60c
dozen; beans, 8c pound; egg-plant,
CUTHRIE. Okla Oct. ' l.-Cov.
Haskell ha made public appeal to
$1(2111.25 per crate: tomatoe. 25(ffl50clthe PePle of Oklahoma for money
per crate; cantaloupe, 4075cjto ld h," overcoming his enemies
per crate; corn, 75c$l sack. , !wnom ,,e dcclraes are the enemies of
Onion-California red, $1.25; !,h people. Gov. Hakell's appeal
garlic, 12015c. V ,; i'v; , iv" ' ',
Apples-California new $lf$l.25; "A ior mWtlf 1 V" not P
Oregon, 75c$f.25. ; . " ; of wealth and receive a salary but
Onions-Buying price, 90c($l per i barely enough for the expense of my
hundred garlic, J215c per pound. 1 family and myself. I am giving my
TOILERS' QUOTATIONS icmlfe Um. lb tllC Wclfare of 0kla"
JOBBERS QUOTATIONS. homa. I can make the fight against
Sugar,' Coffee, Etc. all these Interest and win with the
S'irar (sack basiiV-D. O,. $6.05: ! l'lort of the people. I not only
beet, $5,85; Golden C, $5.45; extra C.,nt lh, moral but also some finan
$5.55; powdered, $6.15; fruit or berry assistance or me peopie ot ukia
sugar, $6.05; boxe, 55c Cwt. advance j lu,,!: ' Portage, paper, labor and
over sack basis (less l-4c If paid for othtr Item of expense can only be
In 15 day). , . incurred when I have the means 't
Rice Imperial Japan, No. 1, $6.35; meet them. I am standing? firmly for
Southern Japan, $5.756; broken, 4Jcj honest government and against graft,
head; fancy, $7(27.75. .greed and corporate oppression.' I
Coffee-Mocha, 2428c; Java, fancy task' assistance, not In large amounts
2528c; Java, good, 2024c; Java, ' because a few thousand dollars will
ordinary, 1720c; Costa Rica, fancy,) be a start for the fight but I ask that
1820c; Costa Rica, good, 1618c; the multitude weigh this matter and
Arbuckle, $16.50 cwt.J Lion, $15.75; render such financial assistance 'as
cwt; Colombia coffee, 14c Jb.; Sal-1 they deem proper."
Salt-Bale of 7S-2s, bale, $2.25;
bale of 60-3, bale, $2.25; bale of
40-4, bale, $2.25; bale of 15-10s,
bate, $2.25; bags, 50s, fine, ton; $15;
bag 50c; genuine Liverpool ton, $17;
bag, 50c, 1-ground $13.50; 100, ton,
$13 00; R. S. V. P., 20 Mb. carton.
$2.25; R. S. V. P., 3-lb. carton, $1.75;
Liverpool, lump, per ton, $20.
Raisins Loose muscatels, 3-cnwn,
7 cents; 4-crown, 71c; bleached,
seedless Sultana, 9lc12c; un
bleached seedless Sultanas, 6 cents;
London layers, 3-crown, whole boxe
of 20 ) oundt, $2.00; 2-crown, $1.75.
Nut Walnuts, 1517c pound;
filbert, 1 ; Brazil, 16c; pecan, 14
20c; hickory, 10c; Virginia row pea
nuts, 8 cents; chestnuts, Ital
ian 10c, Ohio 25c; cocoanuts, dozen,
90c$l; pine nuts, 1012c pound.
Dried Fruits Applies, 81c per lb;
peaches, 10 12c; pears, ll)14c;
Italian prunes, 5(?(6c; California figs,
white, in sack, 71c per pound; black,
6 7c; brick, 75c(2)2.25 per box;
Smyrna, 16171c per pound; dates,
Persian, 6t7e pound.
Hopa, WooL Hides, Etc
EARNINGS ON FREIGHT.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. I.-The
division of earnings between trans
continental railroads and steamship
i companies on freight from the Orient
has been made known through receipt
of advance copies of a new schedule
arranged by the Interstate Commerce
Commission which will be enforced
November 1. Under the new rates the
railroads will earn in some instances
a much as heretofore and in others
about 75 per cent as much. It is es
timated that the steamship companies
will be obliged to carry at a loss or
take action leading to an increase of
the through rates. Official engaged
in the direction of trans-Pacific traffic
believe that imperishable matter may
be diverted from the prevailing routes
and sent to New York in foreign bot
toms by way of Suez.
By buying alleged bargains iir unre
liable stores. To claim to give great
value is easy, and a very common
practice, but to actually give them is
rare. We have a reputation for keep
ing our promises 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
m l ii iv si
Hasan (j counterfeit!
CHICAGO, Oct. l.-Dr. Charles
Hop-New Oregon, 7(S8c pound; "ctormicK, an maepenaent canaiaate
1907, 21(g4c; 1906, 111. for cg in the first district (Chi-
Wool-Valley, 14151c lb.; coare, caK) w ini'"& yesterday for cri
1213c; Eatern Oregon, 816c, a "" I'M on complaint of Fred A.
to shrinkage. .t i Busse, mayor of this city. v
Mohair Choice, 1819c pound. Dr- McCormick is accused of hav-
Cascara Sagrl (ehittltm bark)-in published a pamphlet attacking
41c(g51c per pound. the mayor. What is alleged 'to be
Oregon Groperoot Per 100 pounds i an excerpt from the pamphlet is quo
Hlde-Dry hide, No. 1, I4lc lb.;
dry kip, No, 1, 131c; dry salted, one
third lest; dry calf, 151c lb.; salted
ted in the indictment as follows:
President Roosevelt should know
that Mayor Fred A. Busse high priest
and chief worker of the republican
teera, 7Sc lb.; alted cows, 6c Jb.;party( j, a moraj jeper
stags ana duii. id.; Kip, ok id ; j By t)ig and othcr statements prin
calf, 10Ue lt; green .tock. 1c Ies; ted !n the pamphIet it u aieged n
heepskm.; shearlings. 1025c; hort;the indictment that Dr. McCormick
dry horse, 50c$1.50; dry colt, 25c; ; 10 "Pch. the integrity, honesty,
angora, 80c$l; goat, common, 10! virtue and reputation" -of Chicago's
20c t . jchift executive.
Oysters, Clams and Flah. !
Oyster Shoalwater Bay, per gal
lon, $2.25; per sack, $4.50; Toke
Point, $1.60 per 100; Olympia (120
lb.), $6; Olympia, per gallon, $2.25.
Fish Halibut, 7c lb.; black cod,
78c; black bass, 20c; bass, 18c;
herring, 51c; flounder, 6c; catfish,
Uc; 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-Ib. talis, $3.00;
fancy, 1-lb. flats, $2.25; Mb. flats,
$1.40; fancy, 1-lb. ovals, $2.75; Alaska
talis, pink, 95c; red, $1.40; nominal,
2. tails, $2.10.
Clams Little neck, per box, $2.50;
razor clams, $2 per box.
Oila, Lead, Etc
Benzine V. M. and P. and Union
Naptha, cases, 201c; iron barrels,
Oct. Official Tide Tables
Compiled ly the U. S. Government for
Astoria and Vicinity.
' Tuesuay 8
Wednesday ..... 7
Thursday ....... 8
' SUNDAY .' 11
; Tuesday. 13
, Wednesday 14
Saturday .; 17
. Monday .........19
' Thursday 22
I A. M. I P. M.
h.m.J ft. Jb.m.JftT;
"4738 6.3 4Tl2 8.1
6:42 6.0 6:08 7.8
7:03 5.9 6:19 7.6
'8:27 6.2 7:43 7.4
9:34 6.8 9:03 7.7
10:27 7.4 10:11 8.0
11:10 8.0 11:10 8.4
0:02 8.6 12:27 9.0
0:61 8.8 1:04 9.2
1:38 8.5 1:42 9.8
2:25 8.0 2:20 9.2
3:14 7.5 2:68 8.9
4:05 6.9 8:40 8.4
5:04 6.5 4:27 7.9
6:12 6.2 6:23 7.3
7:28 6.2 6:31 7.0
8:30 6.6 7:47 6.7
9:22 6.9 8:57 6.7
10:02 7.2 9:55 6.9
10:40 7.7 10:45 7.2
11:15 8.0 11:28 7.5
0110 7.8 12:16 8.6
0:49 7.8 12:45 8.8
1:80 7.7 1:15 8.9
2:12 7.4 1:48 i.O
2:67 7.1 8:24 S.8
8:42 6.8 8:04 8.5
4:35 6.6 3:62 8.!
6:38 6.4 4:50 7.6
Thursday ....... 1
SUNDAY ...... 4
Tuesday ........ 20
Friday .......... 80
ENREKA, Cal., Oct. 1. Editor
M. N. Vaughan of the Californian,
committed suicide last night in his
editorial rooms, shooting himself
three times with a revolver. Nothing
was left to explain. his action except
a note to the coroner saying "Cre
mate my body, (Signed) M. M.
Vaughan, September 30, 1908."
Vaughan, had been engaged in news
paper work for 12 years in this coun
ty. He had been a sufferer from par
alysis for fifteen years and told the
chief of police some weeks ago that
he could not bear the pain. He is sup
posed to have relations in Kentucky
where he was bom and educated.
For Chronic Diarrhoea.
"While in the army in 1863 I was
taken with chronic diarrhoea," says
George M. Fclton of South Gibson,
Pa. "I have since tried many reme
dies but without any permanent re
lief until Mr. A. W. Miles of this
place persuaded me to try Chamber-
ain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, one bottle of which stopped
it at once." For sale by Frank Hart
and leading druggists.
HELD LARGE DRAFT.
NEW YORK, Oct. 1. Holding a
draft for $900,000 which appeared to
be geniunc, a man who spoke no En
glish whatever, entered the office of
Surrogate Daniel Noble in Jamaica,
Long Island, yesterday. He intimated
by signs that he wished to cash the
draft. The draft was drawn by the
Bank of South Africa in Capetown
upon the Bank of Montreal.
Adolph Mortise, the man who held
the draft, was taken to the wholesale
liquor store of Joseph Kaiser, who
was in the Boer. War.
Kaiser was able to communicate
with him sufficiently to advise him to
go home as it was after banking
hours and to deposit the draft in a
bank to-day. ( Mortise seems grate
ful for Kaiser's advice and pinned the
draft to the inside of his hunting
shirt. . ,
More Than Enough Is Too Much.
To maintain health, a mature man
or woman needs just enough food to
repair the waste and supply energy
and body heat. The habitual con
sumption of more food than is neces
sary for these purposes is the prime
cause of stomach troubles, rheuma
tism and disorders of the kidneys. If
troubled with indigestion, revise your
diet, let reason and not appetite con
trol nnd take a few doses of Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tiblets
and you will soon be all right again.
For sale by Frank Hart and leading
Coal Oil Union and pearl and as
tral oil, cases, 181c' per gallon; water
white, iron barrels, Uc; eocene and
extra star, cases, 211c; headlight oil,
cases, 191c; iron barrels, 13c; elaine,
cases, 28c... '
Lead Strictly pure .white- lead, in
ton lots, 73c; 500-lb. lots, 8c less; less
than 500c lbs., 81c; red lead and lith
arge, ic higher than white. .
Linseed Oil Raw, 5-barret lots,
54c; 1-barrel lots, 55c; in case, 61c;
boiled, 5-barrel lots, 56c; 1-barrel
lots, 57c; in cases, 63c.
Fifty Years a Blacksmith.
Samuel R. Worley of Hixburg, Va.,
has been shoeing horses for more
than 50 years. He says: "Chamber
lain's Pain Balm has given me great
relief from lame back and rheuma
tism. It is the best liniment I ever
used." For sale by Frank Hart and
DEATH BEFORE ARREST.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. l.-Five
minutes' after August Veen, the 22
year old son of the secretary of the.
Wreden Brewing Company, had kill
ed himself with a revolver in the home
of his parents on Cole Street last
night a policeman arrived at, the
house with a warrant for the young
man's arrest. According to the com
plaint of Lester Brown, a chaffeur,
young Veen had been hiring an auto
mobile arid had become indebted to
the extent of $160, which he was un
able to pay.
A WW ftflfUrutt thn
Savings Deposits ate received from $i up, oVwiich 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 oC 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.
A BROKEN PROMISE.
WINFIELD, Kas. Oct. l.-Mrs.
Sarah Reilly, a widow of an Atlantan
near here, was arrested to-day chargt
ed with ob'taining money and proper
ty from Louis G. Thomas, a wealthy
merchant of Douglas, Alaska, under
alse pretenses. According to Tho
mas' story the woman got $3000 from
him in cash and presents on her pro
mise to marry him. x
SMYRNA, Sept. 30. A" Turkish
steamship ran down the steam ferry
boat Stambuli outside the harbor to
day. One hundred and forty persons
First iational Bank of fisioria
. DIRECTORS .
Jacob Kamm W. F. McGregor G. C. FlaVel
J. W. Ladd S. S. Gordon
Capital . . . . . . . . .$100,000
Surplus .......... 25,000
Stockholders Liability ... . : 100,000
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.CS3
Transact a General Banking Business Interest Paid on Tim Depox :
Four Per Cent. Per Annum
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