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THE OREGON 'DAILY JOURNAL. IOIiTLAND. MONDAY EVENINO, AUGUST 3, K
' .Sl6.9 AXD SHOW CARDS -
FOSTER KLEI8KR SIGNS.
W have built up the largest elan
buetoeea In the city by first-class work
and keeping our iromlaea. Our r-rloeed
ara right, cut tea ityeren iu. I'Dom
land film Co.. T Stark.
TRAX8FER AND HAULIXfl M
n t PIfK OFFICE II 1ST ST. BB
-n Star!: and Oak at a.: Dhon t.
Planoa and furniture moved and packed
for snipping; commodious brick waro
' house with pa rate Iron rooms, , Front
and Clay ata. '
" ' Ai KV.H.ilUki TRANSFER CO.
Henry Roa. . W.. A. Cleland.
P. P. Bheaaersen.
. n-wmr-m transfer and atorara: safes.
planoa and furnltura moved, packed and
Shipped. Qlt Roth phonea
VA?TTt6RX' TRANSFER A STORAGE
Co. Inc. Furnltura and piano moving
a aneclaltv: atnrre warehouse, 40-41
,t. co-ner A ah. Phone Mnln If II.
PENINSULAR EXPRESS BAGGAGE
Transfer. 24T Alder at
OREGON TRANSFER C O.
114 N. f TIL
Main I. Heavy hauling snd storage.
INDEPENDENT BAGGAGE A TRANS
fer Co. Storage. - Btark, Main 47.
SHOWCASES AND FIXTURES
BHOWCA6ES of evert descrip-
tlon; bank, bar and ator fixture
made to order. The Lutk . Manufao-
tutinr Co. Portland.
felH. BtRDSALL. DESIGNER:
Winter Lumber Co. 1 Hem!
THE OREGON CHEESE CO. (INC)
. Cheese, butter.' esse, te dairy prod
ucts bought or candied on commission.
121 fth au (Swatiand bidg.). Portland.
DISTRIBUTORS OF FINE CIGARS.
PORTLAND. ORBOON. '
fcV'ERblNG FARRELL, PRODUCE
and commission merchants. 140 Front
' at. Portland. Or. Phone Main 17t.
, OREGON FURNITURE S4ANUFAC
turlng Co. Manufacturers of furnl
' tare for the trade. Portland. Or.
WAD HAM' CO.. WHOLESALE ORO
1 cera. manufacturers and commission
tnereha'ta. 4th and Oak ata.
FURNITURE MANUFACTURING AND
special orders. U Huvsnsky's furni-
tura factory. 107 Front at
ALLEN A LEWIS. COMMISSION AND
produce merchant. Front sod Davla
st., Portland, Or.
WHOLESALE CROCKERT AND
' glassware, PraeL tiegele 4k Co, Port
T.FWIS-BTENGER BARBERS' SUPPLY
Co., Barbers' Supplies, Barbers' Fur.
ntture. Barberr Chairs. 10th Morrison.
Hop Crop Is .Badly Mixed, According:
to Latest Reports Some Yards Are
Better and Some in Very Bad Shape
SV U. Spokane, Aug.
-." sou bovtb. .
B. Senator...... ....Oct. t
S. ft. President ....Sept. SS
s. E ium bovtb.
' ., Sailing- From Seattle. ',
Cxagwar, wtka, guueaa aad war porta.
Baiting p. as.
X S. S. Co."s Humboldt. . . Ana-. 1. It. M
City of Seattle. Aag. 8, 10, SO
Cot tafa City, via Sitka Aug. la, St
SAW FBAJrCXSOO BOVTB.
. Sailing- I a, aa. Front Seattle.
president ; 't: .". ; 7.'. ,nr. .
B. S. Vmattlla ....Aug. S, S3
Soaoma , , Auf. 13, M
City Offloa, t4 Washiaftoa St.
X- f w -lit JSr
V IS. .IS.
Chlcaso and rttnrn, 171.11.
St. Louis aad return. If 7.10.
f St. Paul. Mlnneapolla, Iuluth, Sopa
. rlor, Winnipeg and. Port Arthur and ra
. turn, f0. '. . ..- ,
" 3 TKAIN& DAILY a
' For tickets, sleeplnf car reaervatlona
and additional Information, call on at
t address U. DICKSON. C P. T. A.
.. laa TKZBO ST, rOBTbAITB, OB.
TelThoni Main Mi- Horn A.12II.
Special Low Rates East
WITH STOP-OVER PRIVILEGES.
' Tha Beet of Everything, rla
.Chicago & North-VVcstcrn Ry.
THE DOUBLE TRACK LINE.
"Address R. V. Holder. Oca. A ft. lit
Third St, Portland. Or.
r Ho! For Astoria
Dally (exeept Ttaursdajrs). Leaves Aldei
street dock 1 a. m.
' Sundays S a. an. fl reond trip. ,
I rmomm-MAiM oaa.
Heavy Alaska Demand Sends
Up Value on City Cream
; erj'21-2 Cents.
Portland market features: ' '
Creamery butter advanced again.
Err market Is Just holding". .
Poultry tone Is only fslr.
Hnlon market Is firmer.
Five cars bananas srrlve.
Blight decline In potatoes.
Dressed meats are juat as scarce.
Tomato market In hard position. ,
Webs' bops at io a pound. -Cheese
Is firm, but unchanged.. .
Good peaches come faster.
Creamery Batter Advanced Again.
So e-reat has become the outside de
mand for Oregon, butter that prices are
advanced another H4o a pound today.
The price of the best product- has been
placed by eeveral creameries at It Mo a
pound, or 5o a squsro. From the far
north orders are coming In a steady
stream and this demand Is taxing the
larger creameries of the coast, to keep
abreast ML While, supplies of cream
are still very liberal the output of but
ter Is no greater than the demand. Out
side of the far northern trade there ie
nothlnr extraordinary in tha existing
demand, but the former Inquiry Is suffi
cient, say those that made the advance
today, to fully Justify the new price.
They have no doubt that the new figure
ran be easily maintained deapite the
fact thnt this would put the local mar
ket. 1 Ho-Above the markets on the
sound. This Is a most unusual occur
rence and Indicates that the Aiasaa
trade prefers the Oregon product In
preference to that of the northern state.
Oaa Creamery Catting race.
"CANT" MARKET IS
BUSTED, SAYS DRYER
4 "The cantaloupe market seems e
to be buated today, Supplies
4 are ahown everywhere and from
4 every direction. There Is a large e
4 lot of poor N:ant"on the mar-
ket aa well as a rood amount of ' 4
e flrat-claaa stock, and this makes
4 the difference Jn priced Oregon
4 stock la In. quite good shape, but '
4 la not packed as well as that
which comes from the south.
Best sells at ft a crate." Billy
e Dryer of Dryer, Bullam 4k Co. . e
G0LDFIELD COX. IS
TO PAY DIVIDENDS
Officially Announced That Payments
11 Ui OUHI
'" " . j .. 'ber Tenth.. .
- On Saturday It became known in but
ter clrclea that one city creamery, be
ing unable to dlspoae of Its product at
SOo a pound, waa cutting the price to
17 Vic So far as known there was but
one Institution selling at the lower
figure, and that waa a new concern.
Tha war for butter fat continues tin
abated.' One outside and. It Is stated,
several local creameries are paying aa
high a price for butter fat as they are
obtaining for the finished product All
last week soma of the larger cream
shippers were obtaining 10c a pound for
their best product, but the general mar
ket did not go above S3 Ho.
Brr Marks Za Just Bolding
In order to get rid of their outside
product at a good profit, handlers of
eastern eggs are again manipulating
the price on Oregons. The local egg
market la not firm nor. weak It la Juat
able to hold its own. Large arrivals
of eastern cheap stock are hurting the
trade because eastern can be sold un
der the Oregon product The condition
of local arrivala la rather badly mixed,
but not half as bad aa the eastern. Some
of the local stocks are being very
roughly handled by express companies,
and It is an unusual Instance for a case
to arrive without a number of the eggs
being broken. Whether they are broken
In being loaded or not is not known.
Brainy Bops a rive Cent.
The statement made In yesterday's'
report that the remainder or tne ureas
10S hope had been sold -close to fo a
pound la denied by the general hop
trade. The trade aays the purchase
price was so a pound. The hopa graded
prima. Ho other tranaactlona are re
. Tonaati Market la Bard Position.
- What is the matter with tomatoes
this season T This Is the question the
trade here Is asking regarding both
the local and California product Local
tomatoes, especially do not seem to hold
up In shipment this year and for that
reason low prices are ruling in tne rrom
street markets. California tomatoes
are badly mixed aa to quality but some
good shipping stock Is coming from
there. Local "toms" are selling as low
aa toe a box with the top around lOo.
This Is for two-tlet .
Five cars of Central American ba
nanas arrived In on the street
morning in first-das condition.
Good Peaches Come Taster.
Larger express shipments of Craw
ford and Elbert peaches were
shown from California points this
morning. Quality waa likewise lm
proved. Local peaches are mostly of
small slie and for that reason do not
sell at ton riruree. . -
Slightly lower range of values Is
shown In the potato market. Receipts,
while Increasing, are not so liberal as
expected because of the press of farm
work and the scarcity of labor for dig-
ding. Price today between 'II and 11.16,
Onion market is firmer as a -result of
the stirrer feeling at Walla Walla.
Stocks her selling at 11.11 and 11.60
Dressed meats continue scarce with
ton prices maintained.
Chicken market Is only fair with some
stock carried over from Saturday by
those not willing to take the printed
Cheese market displays a firmer tone,
but price Is unchanged since the ad
vance mad last week. I
Colombia River Scenery
' BSOTTLATOB UBB TBAKZBa, ,
Pallr samee ' fcetwesa ' Portias aad The
Ptllea, exeept Suada. leafing Portlasd al
' t a. a, arriving aboet f p. at earrylatf
frt(M aaf aaMenrera. . gpleaaid aeenwejiiaa'
, tlooa tor eetflts e4 Mveetaek.
' oek font M SMtr M, lortlaad ftm ef
Ceert at, Tke Dell, nw Mala SI4. Pertlaiut.
wo'ti rAcir-io stbamsbi oo.'s
Steamships ROANOKE "
: and GEO. W. ELDER
Pell for ""areVs, San Franclso and Lo
Angel- . direct every Thursday at I p. m.
4ick- omc 111 Third, near Alder.
W'HM W H TOtlVO. A sent.
Aurora Hop Crop.
Uearaal Siwelal ger.la.t
Aurora. Or- Aug. I. The condition
of the hop vlnee in this section since
the extreme wsrm weatner or last weea
has Improved to the extent that the
hot weather drove the lice off and
thouah the flrnt few days of last week
were hotter than has been experienced
here 4n yeara. the growers say the
vines were not dsmaged to any extent
though In some yards the sun burned
the arms considerably. The output this
year will be ud to the average, very few
yard In this immediate vicinity having
been neglected or plowed up. A num
ber of new yards will bear this year.
and thai will offset the old yards that
have been given up. very rew con.
tracts have been made so far, the grow
ers holding on- tot a netier price man
10 cents, which was offered a week ago
by some of the dealers. Taken all the
way through, the Aurora dlatrlct looks
fully as well aa In previous years, and
the growers expect aa large a crop.
One indication of a good crop Is that
rrowers this year bought more nop sup
plies and are placing more orders for
nop ucaeia (nan uivy uiu imi awaaon.
United States Government Bond,
New Tork. Aug. i. Government
bonds: ",, .
do coupon ...v. ....
Threes, smsll bond....
Die. Columbia, J-5s. .
Fours, registered, new..
do coupon ....
do coupon .,
Philippine Four ,.
lot . 104W
101 W 102H
New Tork Cotton Market,
Kept. ...... 11. 4
Torturing eesems spreads Its burning
vJTZLy l"n' Ointment qulok-
:.'"-'- spreading. Instantly
At any drug atore.
eurea It permanently.
.,,"f"" took Caaaed troed.
Allan t Lewis' Best Brand.
Francisco. Aug. I. The week'
shipments from Goldlleld are 1.100 tons
iiaa AAA T 1. . nf flolell V an
nounced that' Ooldfield Consolidated will
begin paying regular dividends Sep
tember 10. Official bid prices: .
OOLDFIELD DISTRICT- . i
Sandstorm 44cs Red Top 14; Mohawk
$17 sale, ' Columbia Mountain iia,
umbo I4.B0 A., Jumbo Ext. II. S5 Ver
nal 14c, Pennsylvania lo A., Ooldfield
M. Co. IL0. Kendall IOC, riootn 4 so.
Blue Bull 34c. Adama 13c. Silver Pick
tic, Nevada Boy 7c, B. B. Rxt 7c. Blue
Bell lfc, Dixie f. O. Columbia 13c. HI
bernla 7c. St. Ives 13c, Conqueror 13c
Blk. Rock 4c, Lone Star lo. Great
Wonder 2c, Potlach 11.10, Oro 22c,
Kendall Ext 2c, Sandstorm Ext. 4c,
Mayne 7c, Atlanta 61c. Great Bend 7c
Empire c. Red Top Ext 23c, Florence
16.60, Dlam'f B. B. Con. 16c. O. Daisy
31.10, Laguna 11.40, ' Commonwealth
26c, Comb. Fract 33.31 Great Bend Ext.
14c Great' Bend Annex c B. B. Bo
nanza fo. Kewano 7o. Esmeralda 10c
Portland 26o A . Cracker Jack lc
Francis Mohawk 11.01, Red Hill 18c
Mohawk -Ext.- ttOc- Lou Dillon 8e, Y.
Tiger 20c, Grandma lie, 8. Pick Ext
4c. Col. ML Ext. c, Ooldfield Cona.
38.62H. Dlam'f. Triangle 21c
Ohptr 31.06. Mexican fc Gould
Curry 13c, Von. Virginia lie. Savage
16c, Hale Norcroas 72cr Tellow Jacket
31, Belcher 2 fie, Confidence 74c, Sierra
Nevada 3 to. Exchequer 36c Union lie
Original 7c. Bullf. M. C. lie. Mont
Bullf. IcA. Nat Bank tic L. Harrla 3c
Amethyat 2(c Gold Bar, 16c, Stelnway
IcA. Denver Buf. Anx. 8c, Bonnie Clare
46o. Mayfl. Cona. 27c. Monty. Ohio Ext
7c G. Scepter 8c, Mont Mt. 13c B.
Daisy 9c, Homestake Cons. Itc Yankee
m.l A - XT.. . CA n nm .1m
.I'll y. . . ugpu. . v, viiw. . . J.
Victor lOcA. Jorth Star icA fl unset. tcA,
Mont. Ton. 12.18. Ton. Ext 11.40, Mae
Namara 16c Midway 76c, Ton. Belmont
41.20, Ton. no. attar no. unio Ton. c
Weat End Cons, lfc Rescue He Ton.
4 Calif. c Golden Anchor lc Jim But
ler tic. Ton. Cash Bov 6c. Ton. Homa 6c.
Bost. Ton. 10c A. Monarch Pitta, Ex. 4c
uoiqen crown ituca.
Msnh. M. Co. 6c. O. Wedge 6c, Seyler
Hump ie. Dexter 12c. L. Joe 2c Crescent
IcA, Combination 3o, Granny 23c. Mus
Ung 28c Little Grey lOoA, Cowboy 3c
Orlg. Manh. c Broncho 7o, Jump. Jack
ioc. Pinenut ic, Burraio ca, a. vog ic
X. Horae c. inaian camp vo.
Falrv. Silver King ltc Falrv. Eagle
17c Nevada Hills 15.87 H, N. Star Won
der ic, Eagle's Nest 18c. Ruby Wonder
80c Alice of Wonder 6c A, Pittsburg Sli
ver r-eaa, ii.is.
PRICES HOLDING & k
Receipts of Cattle and Sheep Good
bnt Hogs Come In Slowly Dor.
ing the 24 Hours.
III STOCK LIST
New ; York . Market Bears
Give Bulls a Staggering
' Blow Oil Fine Talk.
Anaconda .. . ..
Baltimore ft O,
U. Pac ,-.
i Aiui. norm......
LJ. CC , , . .
N. T. Central..
O. 4 W
U. 8. Steel
"The sreaent outlook In the stock
market Is for moderate activity." In
terview today with Henry Clew in New
New Tork: Aua-. I. There waa. a rush
to sell securities at the opening of the
stock, market todav, and thla resulted in
heavy losaea all through the list Ex
cept, at the opening, trading wa on a
very small scale. Tne speculative mar
ket has not' yet recovered from the
news of the srreat ' fine assessed to
Standard Oil. on Saturday, and few big
men were In the market today.
On the curb Standard OH sold back
to $600, thla amounting, to a decline of
several points since the last quotation.
The London market was closed on ac
count of a bank holiday there.
Official New Tork price by Orer-
pecu e cooks, company:
Hi f SEASONS
Spokane Mill Man Says It
Beajts' Quality of More
Than 18 Years. .
Portland Union Stockyards, Aug. I.
Hog, cattle. Sheep.
Today II 363 846
Week ago .. 261 711
Tear ago .......... .. ... 111
Prevloue year...... .. ... 160
- Recelpta or sheep and cattle were
quite good today but the run of hogs
wss small. All values are as Quoted
Official vara price:
, T I (-. Ibamh . . ..A
I llf g . matcui vi.KUfi. f,.,vv
1.76: stocker and feeder. 14.16: China
Cattle Best eastern uregon steer,
13.76: best cow and heifers. 32.76 Ol:
Sheep Best wemera, ii.zs: . awe,
4.00; lam na. is.oo.
EASTERN MARKETS STEADY
All Livestock Has Good Tone In
Chicago During Day.
Chlcaao. Aug. t OfTlcIal receipt:
. Hogs. Cattle. Sheen.
Chicago 33,000 14,000 20,000
Kansas City .... 1,600 16.000 3,000
Omaha 6,000 1,000 8.000
Hogs are steady. Left ovrtr from
Saturday, 1,100. Recelpta a year ago
were 41.000. Mixed. I6.es,36i heavy,
I6.10fff.l0; rough, li.lOOi.M; light.
SEASON STARTS EARLY .
Sale of Sheep Already Reported for
Fall PellTery. . .
(Journal Special RVrrlre, I "
Hennrier. Or.. Aua. 6. The sheen mar
ket has opened unusually early this sea-
aon and contracts for ran delivery are
now reported. Dr. Klstner bought from
8. W. Spencer 8,200 coarse lambs, half-
biooa Lincoinc'at I3.Z6 per head, Oc
tober 1 delivery. The P, U U com
pany ha a aold to D. O. Justus 1,100 Me
rino lambs at It per head. October 10
. Portland Bank Statement.
Clearings today, 11. 421.414. 26: do year
Balances today, 1234.677.11. .
II lie bid
Duluth Wheat Market.
Aug. . 6. September wheat
FROM FOREST RESERVES
IteeHal rniMtrs te TH Jxnraal.l
OJympla. Wash.. Aug. I. The amount
due thla state aa a refund frnm th. m.
celpts from fhs nstlonal forest reserves
locsted in tne state is 13,7X1.66,. which
Is 10 per cent of the net recelpta The
state leglHlature ha provided that It
shall be divided among the counties in
which the reserves sre, situated nt tw.
expended by the county commlaalnners
on the nubile schools end public rnndn.
Lrfist year tne state received 11,133.33
from this source. Congress hss nro-
vlded however, thst th amount received
bv a county shall not exceed 40 au
cent of It total Income,
A mat. Con. Co.
Am. Car-At F., c
ao preierrea. .
Am. Cot. OH. c .
Am. Loco., com
Am. Smelt., com.lim
do preferred . .
Anaconla M. Co.
Atchison, com. ..
B. A O.. com...
do preferred . .
Brook. Rap. Tr.
Can. Pac, com..
Cent. Leather, c.
C. ft Ot. W., c.
C, M. & St P....
C. J. W.. c...
C. ft O.
Col. P. ft I.. ..
Col. So., com....
do 3d pre
do', 1st pre.. ...
D. ft H .
D. ft R. G.. com.
Eric com. ......
do 23 pre. . . . .
do 1st pre. . . . .
Gt Nor., pre . . .
L. ft N.'
Mex. Cent. Ry.. .
M., K. ft T., com.
Ore Lands .....
Mo. Pacific ....
National Lead .
N. Y. Central
N. T- O. ft W. . .
Nor. ft Weat, cV
ao pro. . . .
VT . k. . B.. -
1 . 1 .11. . , v. ...
Pac M. 8. 8. Co..
P. G.. L. ft C. Co.
Pre. st. C c .
do pfd. .....
Reading, e. .
do 2d. pfd ...
do 1st pfd. .
Rep. L ft St. c
Rock Island, c
8t.U ft 8.F- i pf.
do 1st. old.
St L. ft 8. W., e.
no. i-acinc c . .
So. Railway, &..
Texn ft Pac.
T.. St. I ft W., e.
Union Pacific c
U. S. Rubber, c.
do pfd. ....
U. 8. Steel Co, c.
do pfd. ......
West. Un. Tel.. .
Wise. Cen.. pfd..
2IH 2314) tt
I 35U) 84H
"HI 3H 2
Call money closed at 2 per cent
Total sales tor day, 174.100 share.
Teamsters In Convention.. '
Boston, Mass., . Aug. I. There waa a
full attendance of delegate today at
th opening In tills city of the annual
national convention of the International
Brotherhood of "Teamatera. The nast
year has been ine of great activity for
me organisation, line or ire most im
portant mattii to be brought up at the
convention Is ih pron-'M'tn to ehan
tne constitution so that I rearer con
ventions will be lild at two-year Inter
vals Inateid nf each t-ar.
For quick return on a small develop
ment expense placer are th Ideal
mine. . The Gold Dredging Company
of America, holder of th greatest plac
er In th United States, offer to in.
veators an opportunity to secure an as
sured Income for life, A small amount
Invested in this proposition will place
machinery, commence operation and
I . I. .4 LJ. 9m.
Call and Investigate. OFFICES: Rooms
3 and Z8. 143 second street.
WOMAN A SPECIALTY
10LS. S. X. OKAjf - . -
The only Chinese woman
doctor In this city. She
hss cured many afflicted
uffsrers. Cured private
and female dlaeases, also
throat and lung troubles;
stomach bladder and kidney
and dlseaaea of all kinds
that the human flesh - Is
heir to.. Cured by Chinese
herb and roots. Remedies
No operations. Honest
Examination free. 312 Clay
U corner Third.
KRS. YKISLO VPS
hm tiw) by KUHam of Xrthmm for thvtv
CblHirsitl Wnil Jfinini iw wmr r n arms.
t,U ptun. oar wibhi
smsvlff Fnr dlarrhya.
TwiMTT-rivi rznr a Bomt
tM the fumi, ftJlar
f Ott WOMEN ONLY
Dr. fianderon'Compound Savin
and Cotton Root Pills. Th best
and only reliable remedy for DK
l.AYKI) PERIODS. Cure th
most obstinate cases In I to 10
days. Price 12 per box, mailed In plain
wrapper. Bold ny drtigglars everywhere.
Address T. J. PIERCK. Ill First street.
Portland, Oregon. ,
Woman la X arrest. 'p
Lewiston, jdaho, Aug.
Women, th wives of Well-to-do 4
4 farmers in the country around
Lewlston, are working ' In th )
grain' field . from morning to' 4)
night. In an attempt to save th
unusually heavy crop Of grain.
Harvesting I under full bead- 4
way, but labor was never more 4
scarce. As a result th women . V
are in the field doing men'
work.. In one field near Grange' d
vllle Consuble Harry Walll
report hat ha saw four women' 4
working, two of 'them , loading
hay and the other two. driving
binder, on with a three-horae 1
team and tha other a four-horae. e
' Throughout Lewlston, coun. 4
try ther ; I the asm . cry
for labor, and though laborer
are rushing from th cities to
th field attracted by th high
wage paid. It la aaid to be Im
possible to secure them fast
enough to aupply th demand.
Obloago looses Heavily.
Aog. I. 'Aug. t . Loss. " 40f.
Sept II 2 .1 71
Dec...... 6 f' 1 74
May 100A 1014 J4 : '.?
' Spokane, Wash., Aug. (.Manager J.
K. Smith of the Waahlngton Mill ft
Grain company, returned today from an
auto trip to Coulee City. Mr. Smith vis
ited all towna on the Washington Cen
tral and made a personal observation Of
the wheat fields. '
Mr. Smith claim that never before In
II year of grain buying ha he seen
better prospects for a good crop of
wheat In th Big Bend country. In scat
tering places harvest Is on. ., Spring
wheat and oat are looking excellent,
and will be ready to reap about the 10th.
The hot weather of the lost week has
been a good thing for the wheat, and
has ripened it feat.
The Washington Mill ft Grain com
pany has purchased 7,000,000 bushels
already, and will order 1,000,000 bushels
more. Wheat Is now 18 cents, but' local
buyer say they think It will go higher
by the time wheat la ready for the mar
1 . '
I Chicago, . Aug. I. The Chicago -wheat
market opened to 94 o lower on bet
ter reports from the wheat field and
closed with a sharp loan. Coarse
grain also lost heavily. ,
I, i ,
Official Chicago price by Overbeck
rn. High. L
Sept ..... UK 66 14
Deo. ..... 11 18 . 12
May : et -14 63
- OATS. '.
Sept, ..... 44( ,41 43
Dec 44 46 43
May 46 4f 44
, MESS PORK.
.... 1141 1460 1443 1141
. LARD. -',
Sept ...... 130 120 111
Oct , 131 131 30
Jan. ..... l3 163 (67
Sept. ...... 171 171 171
Oct ....... 174) 170 86i
Jan. ...... 711 '7i fit
PLACED ON TRIAL
Uosraal Special Strvles.) ' '
Springfield. Mo.. Aug. I. Th cases
of Daniel D. Gal bra! th and Hill Gooch.
charged with being leadera of the mob
which hanged and ourned taree negroes
in the public aquar her on faster
morning of last year, were on th docket
for trial in the criminal court today.
Oalbraith waa tried once, but the jury
failed to agree on a verdict, standing
one for conviction and eleven for ac
quittal. The prosecution haa been
balked at every turn In It effort to
secure evidence, and It la doubtful It
any of the 83 persons who were Indicted
a mob leadera will ever be tried. .
New Firm at La Grande.
La Grande, Or.. Aug. i. Another busi
ness firm, backed by local canltal. and
to have It head office In La Grande, has
own incvrponin at 4s,utfv, and will
be known as th Oregon Milling ft
Realty Company. The promoters are
Ray W. Los-an. T. J. Rrrnrrli, w n
Hamilton, oi this city, and Dr1. Huarh
Logan, of Th Dalles. Tha firm will
conduct various' branch ator, a realty
business and other lines.
- Modern "
... A modern and well managed trust company is a '
necessity in any community by reason of its mani
fold service. ,
Our Company is thoroughly . equipped for thla
work and the patronage it if receiving is evidence .
of its appreciation by the public
As trustee this Company has charge' of interests
of individuals, corporate bodies, associations; is
trustee in bond issues ; holds valuable properties
pending sale, divisioror other disposition, v! j. ,
In, addition to the trust business it transacts a
general commercial banking business and main
tains a savings department-with a very larga num
ber of depositors. ' . ' ' V j ft v';
-It pays 4 per cent interest on savings 'accounts
and from 2 to 4 per cent on its special certificates of
deposit. - . V . . ,. .... .
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Merchants Savings and
r w ly i .
i rust company vj
247 "WASHINGTON, STREET
CAPITAL FULLY PAID , . ; , , . $150,000
J. Frank. Watson. ................... ...President
R.'L. Durham. V. .. ............. Vice-President
W. H.. Fear. ..,..........,;...;........ Secretary
S. C Catching... ......Assistant Secretary
O. WjT. Muellhaupt. . . ... . . . . , . . .'. .Cashier ,
' ' ' : " ' " ' - . "" N
I CURE MEN
Original Methods f
I cannot too forcibly Impress th fact that th
METHODS BY WHICH 1 TREAT- .ANDCTJRB
MEN'S DISEASES ARB ORIGINAL WITH ME.
They are a result of my observation, research
and tudy during year1 practice ss a speclnJIet.
Thla hou!d especially appeal to, THOSE WHO
HAVE BEEN DISAPPOINTED In their effort
to obtain relief, and ahould aid all afflicted men
th Tun ruc.xrw. dip A PHYSICIAN. Aa to my
understanding of men's dlseaaea and the elentlflo
correctness of my treatment, MT UNEQUALED
SUCCESS IN EFFECTING PERMANENT CURES
peak ufficlntly. . .,. . ..
MT SUCCESS in coring tho func
tional " disorder commonly " termed
"weakneea," IS DUE TO MT FULL '
UNDERSTANDING AS TO THE
CAUSATIVE CONDITIONS and to -my
absolutely scientific methods of
removing them. Man casea of pre
matureness, loss of power, etc.,
present a variety of symptom so
entirely confusing and perplexing .
that MOST PHYSICIANS have fal- '
len Into that dangerous rut, th
practice of treating by set methods, -without
discrimination and without ',
KNOWLEDGE AS TO THE REAL
REQUIREMENTS. My first step la '
an absolutely eclentiflo and accurate
diagnosis. In a large majority of. .
caaes I find the sole cause of these
functional derangements to be A
SWOLLEN. IRRITATED AND
CHRONICALLY INFLAMED PROS
TATE GLAND. Thl condition can- '
not possibly be remedied by any
treatment other than the local meas
ures I employ, and to- ATTEMPT TO
FORCE NORMAL ACTIVITY AND
VIGOR BY THE USE OF STIMU
LANTS' and tonic would only result
In aggravation of the trouble. Under
my treatment a cure Is POSITIVE
AND CERTAIN, and absolutely per- .
manent, because I accomplish It by .
the removal of every Tause respon- ,
Tke seeding Specialist.
Sly Tee Are Fair, STy Oarea
SFeraiaaaat, aad Tom Oaa Jmy
When Satisfied That To Are
lbl for th disorder.
'V' Specific Blood Poison
r I know thl leprous disease com-
pletely. The system Is thoroughly '
cleansed and every poisonous taint
removed. The last aymptom - van.
lahes to appear no more, and all I
accomplished by th use of harm
less blood-cleansing remedies. Do
not aubmlt to the dangerous mineral
dosing commonly Indulged in. Such
treatment merely obscure th
; ' . Varicocele
I positively cur Varicocele In one
week, and frequently In even lea
, time. I MEET WITH NO FAIL
URES, nor I my treatment .ever
followed by undesirable results. MT
METHOD OF EFFECTING A CURB
IS PAINLESS, and no other equally
satisfactory, safe and certain meth
od exlsta It Is an original and dia
' tlnctlv method and produce AN
ABSOLUTELY THOROUGH AND
Varicocele not only Impair func
tional activity, but - In many In
stances It results In A WASTING
AWAY OF THE ORGAN8 involved
and gradually undermines th gen-erar-jiealth.
A THOROUGH CURB
I8 A MATTER OF VITAL IMPOR
TANCE, and la also a mattsr of but
a very i few day' treatment nnder
Contracted Disorders :
Through my long experience treat
ing these dlseaaea I have devlaed
method that not only cure, soundly
and permanently, but cur In lea
tlms than th best of other treat
ment require. Take no chance.
Do not risk your health and strength
by relying en patent nostrums or
uncertain methods. You are abso
lutely secure when you Intrust your
case to me. . .
PAY WHEN .YOU ARE CURED
OOVSTfX,TATXOX nB MT HONEST AND CANDID ADVICE COSTS
Oil NOTHING. I chaerfullv rive von tha verv heat nntnion. aiildeA bv
yeara of successful practice. Men out of town. In trouble, write If you I
cannot call, aa many caaea yield readily to proper home treatment andJ9gt
cure. My office are open all day from I A. M. to I F. M, and giirfaaal I
from 10 to 1. . , . -fJCX I
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in Portland. Having recently spent many dollars jtn new equipment, our offices today
srs the finest equipped in the west, occupying s magnificent suits of rooms. Call snd
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IIE VLIIlij - ment, nervous debility, urinary troubles and
ST--!-r v all private diseases and weaknesses of men.
IN MOST CASES
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Th man who h been positively cured of a chronic or Pelvic malady peculiar to his
sex know that a great blight ha been lifted from hi llf. He realises that the stumbling
block to his buaineas prosperity snd social slices haa at last been forever removed. Hsv.
ins inus r-inea in. rreai power or vuHrun BCAJraOOo AJTD TI T A X.I1TT. ha enter
th race of llf with renewed OP, AafBrhoW COVKAOa. and wlththat VOI aad TXIMJ. which make
victory possible In every undertaking. This ha been th happy experience of number of afflicted who
h",v.,J.b.''n cured f,or Jlf..br tur method. In th treatment of cases of thla character our success hss bn
called ' m"'." b",,"T,n!v ril";1 no'whstshmiM be expected from, our phvelrlana, who possess Irl
CIAI. XwOWtlDOl, KPUm SKI I,!., TASt BXPKBTllwoa, TIOEOTIOK SOTBsTTTTIO BOmnriTTf lip
AJT 3EKBOE flO MOID COagOlA.JTIOTJSI.Y BSVOI1D TO TatB WZLTAJBJB OF TUOI FATIMtS.
Inveatigat and you will find that w have the largest practice of any specialist In th state This prac
tie wa built .up because of the cure, absolute cure of cases where othere had fslled. No difference who
hss failed to CURB you, we only ask an opportunity to ahow you. AT OUR EXPENHB IF WE FAIL, what
can be accomplished by th method w use, which hav cured so many other suffering possibly just Ilk
you r. .' ' . .. '''
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