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Condition of Hop Crop Is Serious in
This State Despite AH the Talk of the
Dealers Who Have Sold Khort.
i Rains Cause Shortage Tern
: porarily Plenty ' of Ripe
Stock, But None Coming
Today's market features:
. Potatoes to movt out Boon.
Steady improvement In egg s. . ;
Chicken market fractionally batter.
T . . . t . kkp.1 t a mot.
!' Cantaloupe market till In bad Shspe.
l Nta Mila Fn I 111 IltlLBI UIWI s-sssN'e
Psaohes sell at a sacrifice.
Watermelon demand la curtailed.
Corn meal and hominy lower.
Local aalmon Block atll
vetatoaa to Mora Coos.
As boob 'weather J conditions will
' I again, permit active aiim n .i""'
' i,7" V ...... i,.r will be ion libera
; j potato shipments from this market to
' ' Wh the north and south within the
, -. , .akif? - Rennrta from nearby
r sections-state that had the rains not in-1
i.rfrul riiffsinr ODeratlonS would nowT
be quaY general. Jfcariy pwiaiow in
' fiJV.Two pr three weeks later than
.-i.li. Dill 11 IB Biaiea . mil
1 amount da t present rip and seedy-ier
maraeu ids rein iw ub w.,.,...,,-
' ful aid to lata potatoea and will cauae
, : the crop to be heavier than expected a
1 1 few weeka ago. On tha other hand. It la
i atated that . the Yalna will .cauae the
,t arly stock to etart growing attain and
thla will ba a detriment to ouallty and
.ntvMranxa Tn thla dt the trade la
r offering 11. H per hundred pbunda for
potatoea lor anipmenu i nm nn"
auppllea In the local market are exceed'
Ingly scarce, and thla la what caused
- : the sharp advance In fhe prloe yeeter
;day morning. Practically1 no errlvala
today. ' .
V , Steady Xgg Xmprorsment.
' There continues 'a ateady Improve
ment In tha tone of the local egg mar-
! ket. : Receinta front the, counlry-ere
. i smaller and demand la Increasing. Ore
' ; gon egge are worth from I to 8c a dosen
mora than eastern atock. and m thla la
aald to be causing some handlers of
. eaatern egge to aend the latter out
when onlv f reSu stock la ordered. Thla
la a violation of tha new JPura, food
- ' law now In operation and the dealer
I who doea not specify where the seres
.come from that la If they are not
i localla subject to a heavy flne. Re
I liable dealera will welcome the strict
, j enforcement of thla law aa they atate
.'. they- are unable to compete wiin
handlera of eastern egge who aend that
I grade out when only egge ere specified
i In the order. Best Oregons are today
.-i aelllng at 1J0 and tie a dosen.
-j- There la a fractional Improvement in
' the tone of tha ooultrv market, but
, values are -scarcely changed. Receipts
and demand about equal at thla time. .
The cooler weather has curtailed to a
considerable extent the semand for wa-
! termelons. With eight cara In the other
. : day the market - very wen suppuea
, and storks are dreeing somewhat.
Cantaloupe market contlnuea In bad
r ahape with much poor atock coming both
from the eolith and locally. Oood stock
..-.' In heavy demand at fancy prleee. -
: . Tomatoes are In better .demand with
-f auppllea of better quality.- Price about
? the same.- - ; - :
-1 Green corn Is coming In badly mixed
shape. Bnme well-tilled sacks selling aa
'; high as 11.09 and tl.M. Othera down
Peach market is In a rather bad
. , shape owing to the dry rot shown In
Bou t hern Oregon stock."' Bales of Craw
i fords -made k during the past Je ' hours
down, to .7A but faac atock wilt Bell
. today at t. and 11.19 a nog. .,
-j..-, Brier lroteg or tha "Trade.
Vtsndard tni -rompaji announces an
4 easier and' somewhat lower price In
Corn meal and hominy show a, decline
: 1 01 00 a naie iou7. .
I Bale nlt la advanced ISo a bale to
. day. '1 his puts the entire salt market
up to the recent advance. Market very
" firm at the new figures.
While a greater run of salmon Is re
' ported in the Columbia, local fish deal
' ere sav they are experiencing the aame
difficulty in obtaining supplies ror tne
fresh market. . AU flan prices firm and
Annie market la In fine shape. Call'
fornla storks the best at present and
' are bringing the hla-her figures.
- . Some amall auppllea of cherries still
'coming. . Pries around lOo a pound.
Dressed meats of sll kinds are tn
larger demand than Supply. No change
In price. . . .
. Chlttlnt ' bark, continues to show a
stronger tone, ' . but valuea are un
: ohenged. , : - .,
1 trront afreet nrlce. ' 1 .
Oraln, riev amd Feed.
GRAIN BAGS Calcutta, so, large
lots; small lots. IHC
WHPAT New Club. II Otic; red
Russian. SOAtflo: bluestem. HO tie;
': CORN Whole, 111.00; cracked, ttt.OO
Sper too, .
' BARLET New reed. $ll.Ott.0
. per ton; rolled, I1L00914.00( brewing.
. I2I.OUOIZI.VU. 1 f t - -
RTFi 11. II er cwt
; OATS New Producers price No.' 1
white. 117.00 per ton: arav. ill. 00.
- FLOUR Eastern Oregon patents,
14 80; etralcata, tt.16: export, $4 00;
valley, f 4.1004.40; graham. Ha. S.7S;
- v -whole wheat, jt.oo; rye, 50a, 10.10; baiea,
M ILTJ1 TUFFS Bran. 117.00 per, ton;
JtMlllnga, 125 00; shorts, country, 120;
ciiii.m; cnop iii.wgtyin.oo.
I Ha- Producers' pries Timothy,
Willamette vallev fancy, 110. 00017.00;
'ordinary, 111. 00 14.00; eastern Oregon,
T in inixea, iityio.w;-ciover,- iT.iotri:
rain, 18010; cheat. 11.600 10.&0. 7
Batter, Sgga ua Poultry.
', BUTTER FAT F. a. b. Portland
Bweet cream, no; sour. too.
; BUTTER City creamery. UUe; aed'
ends, 10c; outside fancy, 10 II Uo; geo
onus. z7ttvoc store, uregon, isuito.
EGGS Extra fancy, eandled, tlHO
ISo; good candled. Slo. - v
c.tEESB New Full cream, (lata.
1 tte per lb; Toung Americana, 17tto
POULTRY Mixed chlcftens, 11 Uo;
xancr nun., no- 10; roosiers, old.
JOo lb; fryers. 1415o lb; broilers. I4i
lie lb; geese, old 1010c lb; spring geese
1 imfllio per lb; turkeys. 110llo lb!
. for old; squabfe, J.B0 per dosen; pigeons,
11.91 Fr uiwn, xmssQ poultry,- in
'i;.e per lb. higher. .
! ' Wo' Wdea.
- HOPS 1 0 crop Prima . to choloe.
DRY ROT iniRTINGr
U j LOCAL PEACH PRICE
e' ' "There Is considerable dry rot e
' In the peaches now coming from 4)
southern Oregon points at thla ' 4
4 time. : This accounta for tha low 4y
; e prlcea now ruling on that class 4
e of fruits California peaches are e
4P oomtng In - better ahape than 4
e " usugl and they are graded better
' o than those from local points., e
Soma very nice ones art eomlng 'e
from The Dalles but many are 4
e poor and do not bring good vai- 4
'.e USA'. . - "e
e "The rains have stopped tha e
e ripening of tomatoes and thla e
e haa resulted In ft better market
a-aTbday. Our firm did not receive e)
y mora than a quarter of Its usual e
e supplies today." Charles Walker- e
4 Of Page A Bon " ' 4
EGfiS FIRIIER, SAYS .
' THOMAS G. FARRELL
4 "Eggs sre in fair supply, but ' 4
4 J am of the opinion that receipts 4
4 sre somewhat lighter, and con- 4
4 alder tha tone of tha r market 4
4 firmer. I advise that shippers 4
0 get their goods In whlls they are 4
4 fresh, that the loss may ba aa , 4
4 amall as possible. 4
0 "Butter Is firmer and advanced 0
0. for all grade. ..... 0
0 '"Poultry baa had a very good 0
0 weekf with fair receipts and 0
0 very fair demand. Good hens 0
0 are especially desired, aad large' 0
0 j hens are selling well. Prloes are . 0
0 . very flattering from ' a seller's 0
0 standpoint. Large young ducka 0
0 sell very , well, but small ones 0
0 ' ara hot wanted at all. Fat tur- 0
0 key hens, and large spring turks 0
0 , are In good demand. ' I am of tha ' 4
0 . opinion that . tha coming week 0
0 will be a good one for poultry 0
0 'ahlppera. , ," . . : 0
0 - "Fancy, fat, medium and amall 0
0.' veal la atlll quite In sellers' fa- 0
0 vor, and receipts are Inadequate. 0
0 - Bmall. and medium, solid pork is -4
0 . scarce gad In good demand." 0
4t Tom Farrell of Everdlng Fay ' 0
0 - -'- ,5 0
to to; medium to prima, e; edhtracta,
1107 crop, Vc
WOOL 107 clip VaUsy. loeilc
aaatern Oregon. 11921c - '
, MOHAln New J07 zscyzt ho.
DUETDaLTTVI C K &a .In. lftAfAN
each; short wool, 26 4 00; medium, wool.
tfw'oo eson; long -wool. 7sc011.oo.eaon.
TALLOW Prime, per lb, lttt49; No,
t and grease, tH4o. , , .
tUl'llM BARK oo per ID, -
Fruits aad Tegetable.
POTATOES 11. SO a 1.10. aeUlng: buy
ing, 11.21 per Back.
ONIONS Jobbing price New Walla
Walla. 12.60 sack; Oregon, 12.26; garllo.
f o per id. ' . . .. .
APPLES New, ll.60Ol.il..'
FRESH FRUITS Oranaes. 14.11 0
4.76; bananas, 60 lb; lemons, l!.067.60
per box: limee. Mexican. 14.00 per 100:
pineapples, 11.1601.00 dosen; grape fruit
ii.zft; cherries, styioo id; peacnes. ig
1.16: cantaloupes. 12.60; raspberries,
lOo lb: Dluma. tOcAtl.00: watermelons.
lUe: cultivated blackberries. .1.76
a crate; crabapplea, 600o per box;
Bartlett pears, ll.00Ol.t0 per box; ap
ricot a, 1.50. .
VEGETABLES Turnips, ndw. I0c9
11.00 sack; carrots,-16c 011.00 per sack;
beets, 11.60-per sack; parsnips, .$1,004
11.16: cabbage, 12.00: tomatoes. Oregon,
6026o; parsnips, OOcOtl; wsx beans,
4c; green, 4o per lb; cauliflower. tl.tSO
artichokes. 46c O 76o dosen: rhubarb, la
lb.; green onions. 16e per dosen; bell pep
pers. moiiHii per- id: . need, lettuce.
) dos: cucumbers, hothouse, 200260
aosen punenssr eggplant, io id;
green corn, ii.oo sacs; celery, si.
UU1VU. . - 1
erooerles, Jrnts, Bto.
BtJGAA Cube, 14.21 Hi - powdered.
4 DAYS ARRIVE
Run' Is Small Rut Helps
'Somewhat to RelicYe
4 the Famine. I
Portland TJnlon Stockyarda, Aug. .
Official recelpta: .
. Hogs. Csttle ' Sheep.
Today ........... too 160 ...
Week ago ....... 11T ."' ;
Year ago ........ ... 290 . 200
Previous yesr .. ' 21 176 : 101
The first hogs to put In appearance
In the yards since Monday when the
total run was but 89 bead, were re
ported In' today, and were quickly
snapped up by killers, mostly sround
the extreme top valuee. Today's run of
200 head compares with 117 head a week
ago, none a year ago and a nominal
number thla Friday two yeara ago..
A year ago today hogs were quoted
firmer, but unchanged In price,
Assess ef beep.
' This waa another day without tha ar
rival of aheep in tha local yarda. - On
thla dav a week a 10 conditions were
similar and In conaequence the Price
rulea very firm,' but unchanged. Sheep
are already so high that although' de
mand is larger than supply, killers sre
not buying so freely. - Tne generar opin
ion or tne iraae. nowever, is inn tne
sheep market- will soon show rising
values. ' .
A year ago todar aheen were un
changed In prloe; market very firm. .
wnue not au steers arriving are sell
ing, up to -4o.-the tone of the market
is Improving. ' Receipts of cattle are
only-ialr, wltA, . supplies and demand
A year ago steera were showing an
Improved demand and prlcea showed
a tendency to rise. ,
umoiai yara prices: -
Hogs Best eastern Oregon. 11.71 07:
storkers and (seders, $7; China, fata.
Cattle-i-Best ' eastern Oregon steera,
11. 78 4:. beat eowa and heifers. $3;
Sheep Best - wethers, ' 24,26; : awes,
$4; Jambs, 66. . - . ... - ...
'-, Bbeep Strong la Eaat.
Chicago. Aug. . Hogs are . steady,'
with 1,000 left over.- Recelpta a year
ago were 20.000. Mixed 16.76 06.10:
heevy, $5 I606.1O; rough 11.2607; light
16.80 1.26. - . ,- -
' Shoe p strong. -X ; '.
WHEAT CROP IS
Unless Rains Continue Too
v Jjong Harvest Will Be ;
; Best in History. ;
e a a'a aa a a a a a a a m. ava a
0. ..."; ' 0
0 Oraln Crop Weethev. ;
0 ; Eastern Oregon, eastern Wash- .0
0 Ington and- northern Idaho 0
0 ' Probable showers tonight; Sat- 0
0 urday fair and warmer. . "0
0 . Illinois, Indiana and Missouri ; 0
0 Fair, tonight; showers Satur- 0
0'-.day 'f -.. ',,'' , r ' ; 4
4 . Minnesota, ' Iowa, North and '4
0 South . Dakota, Nebraska 'and .0
0 Montana Showera; colder to- 0
0 night antf Saturday. ' . . 0
0 JCanaas j Fair - Saturday, i 11. 0
0 ' . : . '-"" .. -; -0
rta, 16o per lb; fancy pecana, 11920a
r id; aimonas, iiviih.
8.07H; berry, 15.17 H; dry, granulated.
li.ii orar. .) ooni. A. I9.I7H:
extra B. 1S.17U; golden C. 16.17 Hi D
yellow, 15.1714,: beet granulated, $6 77H;
barrels,- 10c; hglf barrels, 16o;.boxea,
ua advance on sacs oasis. ,
(Above prloes are 20 days net eash
unki ir.M per crate.
COFFEE Package brands, (16.119
SALT Coarse Half sround. 100a.
tlljtO per ton.'-60s. 111:00; table, dairy,
60s, 117.60; 100s. 217.26; bales, 12.26;
importea uverpooi, sos, izq.ao: 100s,
111.su; --s. in. 00: extra nne Darreia,
2s. 6a and 10s. 14.6001.60: Llveraool
lump rock, 20.60 per ton; 60-Ib rock,
111.00; 100s, 210.60. V
(Above prices apply to aalea of less
than car lots. Car lota at special prices
suDject to fluctuations.;
kick imperial japan, .no. 1, f c; no.
I. 6W06Vo: New Orleana. head. To:
AJax, 6c: Creole, 6c. . .
BEANS Small white. 12.20: larara
white, is.oe; pink. 41. o: bayou. ,11.10;
Liimas, ie; Mexican reoa, tc
NUTS Peanuta. Jumbo. 2Vio per lb
Virginia, -7 Ho per lbs roasted, lOo per
Ibi Japanese. 606Uc: roasted. Tt97He
per lt; wainuta, uuirornia. 100 per 10;
ine nuts. ivido per id; hicnory nuts.
o per id: rssii nuts.-no per 10: ru
.' Keats, risk and FgorlalOBB.
FRESH MEATS Front street Hors.
fancy. (Vic per lb; large. T01o per
lb;Nveal, extra, SHOfo per lb; ordinary,
tc per lb; poor, 47o per lb; mutton.
fancy. lio per id.
HAMS, BACON, ETC. Portland pack,
(local) ha ma. 10 to 11 Iba. 16o ser lb:
. . . . m 11 , w - iw. , . . a v
16o: breakfast bacon, i6H012 per
lb; picnics, 11 He per lb; cottage roll.
lio per id; regular enorc clears, un-
smoked. 12o per lb: smoked. 12o per lb;
dear backs, unsmoked, 12o; smoked, 12e
per lb: Union butts,. 10 to 12 Iba, nn-
smogea, per id; smogea, iopr id,
clear ball lea. unamoked. 11 Ut per lb:
smoked 11 He per lb; shoulders, 12 Vie
psr lb; pickled tongues. 6O0 each.
LOCAL LARD Kettle leaf, lOe, lie
per lb; ia, 11 Ho per lb; 60-lb tins, llHo
per lb; steam rendered, 10s, 1144 c psr
lb; 6a, 11140 psr lb; compound, lea, lOo
riM nocg coo, in psr id: iiounaers.
lo per lb; halibut, (a per lb; striped
mon. fresh Columbia en 1 nook, lie per
lb; Bteelheada. lOo per lb; herrings, 60
per 10; so.es, sc per id; snnmpa. jo per
Ibi perch, 60 per lb; tomcod, 7o per lb;
lobsters, 10 per. lb, fresh mackerel. Sc
er lb; erawrish, ISo per dos; sturgeon,
1 Ha. ser lb: blsck baas. JOo per lb:
silver smelt, 7o per ltr; frozen shad, 60
per 10: Dinox coa, 1 via per 10. - .
OYSTERS Shoslwater bav. per gal
lon. 1 2.60 ; per loo-lb eack, .6u; oiym-
51a, per gallon, 12.26; per 115-lb sack,
6l01.25; Eabla, canned, lOo can; 17.00
os. . .Jl '
1 CLAMS Hardshell. ' per box, 1140;
rasor clams, 11.00 per bux: lOe per dog.
Faints, Ooel OH. Sto. . 'f '
ROPE Pure Manila, 164c; aUndard.
11 Uo; aiaal. llo.
OIL Pearl or ' Astral--Cases.
lHo per gal; water white. Iron bbls.
ifa psr gai; wooaen, no per gai; neaa
lght. 170 deg, cases. HVio per gaL
GASOLINE 80 deg cases. 24Ho ner
gal; Iron bbls, Me per gal.
bjnziini 11 aeg., cases, z.e per
gal; Iron bbls, llo per gaL 1
TURPENTINE In cases, llo per gai;
wooden bote, tie ner saL
WHITE LEAD Ton lota. T4 per
lb; 600-lb loa,.to per lbs leas lota, IHo
per lb. ...
huib jtAiiB rrsssni oasis at 11.11.
JCalted Statei Government Bonds.
New York. Aug.
bonds: ,. ... :
Twos, registered . ....
Threes, reglstsred , ...
do. coupon .........
Threes, small bonds...
Pis. Columbia, l-6a. ..
Fours, registered, new.
do. coupon .........
Philippine Foura .....
Production of W heat. J .
Washington, D. CJr Ana. f . Oovem-
ment crop report:
Production of winter wheat. 40t 100 .
000 bunhele, or about an average of
4t. Dunnwia an avre.
Amount of oata In farmers' tiamla.
T.l per cent, xiualllng 41,000,000 bush
NEW TORK STOOT MARKET. '
Strike of Operators Cauaea Dull Tone
: " "to Rule Xodajr.
' The Btrlke Of tha telearanh nnaratora
In the larger cities caused extreme dull
ness to ruls tn the New York atock
markst snd the day's salsa aad changes
were very small.
Official New York prices by Over-
peca m uwm company
AmaL Cop. Co..
Amar. C F.. o
Amer. Cot Oil. c:
Amer. Loco., o. .
Amer. Sugar.. e
Amer. BmelC, c
auiw.. eiueib, p.
Ana. Mln. Co...
Amer. -W00U .,
Bait!. Y Ohio. ..
Brook. Rap. Tr...
Cen. Leather. e. .
Chi. at Ot W c
Chi., MIL tc St. P.
yni. N. w., ...
tnes. as unio.
Colo. Fuel eV I, .
Colo. Bo., com..
Den. at R. O., e..
Den. St R. G.. P..
Erie, com. ......
Erie. Id pfd.....
Erie, 1st pfd...,
Ot. Nor, pfd.,..
Lou. Naah. . . .
Max. CenC Rr..
M. K T ....
ore Lands ......
VI r. Chem..
Mo. Pacino .....
National Lead , .
N. Y. Central...
N.f. O. at W. ..
N. Aemrlcan ....
N. Pacino, o...,.
Pad. "it. 8. Co. A.
P. Q. L. A C Co..
Pr. Steel Car, ..
do pfd. .......
Reading, com. ..
Rep. L AS. C,..
. do pfd.
Rock Is. 0.......
St L. 8. F. 1 p.
so. ncino, a...
do pfd. .......
So. Ry. com. . . .
Texas A Pao. . . ..
T. St L. A W. .
Union Pao. a....
U LFIU. .......
u. a. hudl c...
U. 8. Steel Co. e
do pfd. . . . . 1
4 s it
S!Vi MH UVi
Call money closed at 121
Total aalea for day, 114,70
. New Tork jCottoH Market. ;
Open' Hlrh Low- f g
Jan. 1231 1166 1216 124 1229
Feb. ' .... .... ..... .... ' 1247 1211
siair-q . no) nil
April .... 1240 , 1171 1162 1261 1241
May '..... 1282 1146
Aug. ....1 1118 1148 -1161 1141 11(7
Sept ....1171 1187 1178 1174 1187
Oct. ....S 1117 1222 111 1216 1211
I CHICAGO WHEAT VALUES.
V .. Aug. t. Aug. 1. Gain. 10.
Sept ........ 8H hfVi, H - 71
lec, .......... 3Vl 18V . .. 76 .
May ......... 11 ti .78
While rains are generally expected In
wheat bells of the Paclflo northwest
tonight, weather officials give hope for
dry weather again with predictions of
lair ana warmer zor Saturday, on no
side is ths wheat crop believed to be
In any serious dsnger at thla time, but
all Interests wish for a dry spell
through harvest so ths best crop In ths
history of tha Paclflo northwest can be
Very heavy buying of wheat Is re
ported at Inferior points In the Paclflo
northwest during the past 24 hours and
fries a aeem to be satisfactory
o purchasers. However, no gen
eral aelllng Is reported. A Pendleton
psper says that 100,000 bushels have
been purchased In that vicinity, (1,000
bushels being from Wild Horse growers
.. . CroraxnBMnt Orop meportw !
' The government tssued Its crop report
today. The condition in the United
Avorage condition of spring wheat
August 1 waa 71.4 per cent' compared
with 17.2 per cent July 1, 1107,. 14.1
per cent August 1. 1106, (7.1 per' cent
August 1, 1006 aad a 10 years' . average
of 11.4 per cent Quality of winter
Corn condition August 1. 1(07. (1.1
rsr cent, sgalnst 10.1 per cent July 1.
1.1 per cent August I,-. Hot, (7.6 per
cent July, 1108, (1.0 "per sent August,
1006 and 17.1 percent July, 1106.
Oata oonuitlon August 1, 1907, 7(.( per
cent against (l.( per cent August. 104,
and 0.l per cent August 1(06.
The reoort was bullish but had little
effect upon prloe making la Chicago to
day. .. r .
Chicago prices by Overbook A Cooke
company; . ......;:..,....- j.,
. , WHEAT, y
'-" ' " Open. !. High. Low. Close.
AUg. .... .... 11
Bept. . ...... RB - 11
Deo. ....... (1 (I
May (8H ' (8
r:' -zrz corn.
Sept .......1140. 1(60 1(20
. LARD. ' '
Sept ....... (15 (20 116
Oct ........ (20 127 (22
Jan. 866 156 (66
Sept 870 - (81 (TO
Oct 872 887 (72
Jan. ........ 711 792 780
(7 84i '
H .(i otvl .
i . . . . .. .61 (1 - (2 f 6 J 44 B
NOT. .... .. 1 J '111
Dec .... 1124 1146 122C 1119 1121
Portland Bank Statement. '
Clearings today ...........11,168.121.11
ao year ago .., vss.iat.es
Oaln today ..........i..( 187.467.17
Balancea today ...........
, do year ago ....
. . Liverpool Cotton Market. . .
Liverpool. Aug. - (.Cotton futures
cloaed i to 11 points up.
' Llyerpool Grain Market.
Liverpool. Aug. (.Official prlcea:
. . Open. Close. Aug. I. Loss.
Sept. ,7a fHd 7a Hd 7a lV4dd
Deo.,. .7s td 7a IVtd 7a 4 4 2d
- ' CORN. ' V .
Sept. .(slim 4sllHd 4sllHM4d
, San Francisco Grala Market.
Ban Francisco, Aug. Official
w Deal no bids.
FARM HANDS STEIKE
FOR EIGHT H0UKS
. (fpedd thspatch to The JoorssL) '
"Walla Walla, Wash.. Aug. (.Farm
era In the vicinity of Preseott and
Bowlea Junction have resisted a de
mand for an sight-hour dsy and aa a
resulb over 80 harvest hand a, employed
In that section have struck. Many of
tha strikers have left for the Palouse
country where they expect to receive
arum v 19 e a uay.
Farmers from tha Preseott and
Bowles districts were In Walla Walla
veaterdav looklna for farm h,n, mnA
ware fairly successful In Picking up
men. diiic mm s armors umDIOvm.nl
agency has gons out of business fsrm.
ers are compelled to pick up men from
the streets. This cauaee considerable
loss In time. The employment agency
was olosed several days ago because
aomd of tha most prominent farmers of
ins vauey reiusea to psy tneir flues, al
though they did not hesitate to vlalt ths
agencv and gat men whenever they
needed them. . v ,
I l .m'f H. n. Con. 27o, O. I1nv $1 !H.
I Mnna I1.40, t'oinmonweal 1 11 oc. Cumb.
l t ) 1 ... 1. 1 . . 1 ; . ,1.
l.an.1 Ann. 10c, H. H. ilnnxiiit 7c, Ke
wanns 7ec, Esmeralda 10c. 1'ortlnnd 14c,
Craiker Jack 22e, Francis Mohawk
$1.17 H, Red Hill Uo, Mohawk Kit, llo.
I.ou Dillon !, Y. Tiger 2 3o, Grandma
too, S. Pick Ext 4o, X. Roes 6c, Cot
Mi. Ext. 3c, Goidf. Cons. S.0iH Dlam'f.
Triangle 20c '
Ophir (1.02H, Mexican 69c, Gould A
Curry 12c, Con. Virginia Me, Savage
Kite, Hale A Norcross 6ac, Yellow Jacket
$1, Belcher 24a, Confluence 6e, Hlerra
Nsv. 29o, Exchequer 36c, Union (80.
Original 7c, Bullf. M. C. 11c. Mont
Bullf. 6c A, Nat. Hank 20a, L. Hiirrls 2o,
Amethyst 24c, Qold Bar (4e. Stelnway
6cA, rnver-Huf. Anx. 9eA, Bonnie Clare
48c, Mayfl. Cons.. 17c, Munty.., Ohio Ext
7c, G. flcepter 1c, Monty MI. llo, B,
Daisy 10CA, Homestsks Cons. 92c. Yan
kee Girl 4c,- Nugget 6c, Tramp Cons. 40c,
Victor c. North Star fccA, Sunset 7oA.
Ton. Kv. 12c, Mont Ton. 11,' Ton.
Ext. (1.15, MacNamara 2 o. Midway 74c,
Ton. Belmont 13.20, Ton, No. Star 17o,
Ohio Ton. lo. West End Cons. 87c, Res
cue llo. Ton. A Calif. 60, Golden An
chor 12c, Jim Butler 88c, Ton. Cash Boy
6c, Ton. Horns 6c. Boat. Ton. lOcA, Mon
arch Pitts. Ux. To, Mont Mid. Ext to,
Uolden Crown lOcA.
MANHATTAN DISTRICT. '..
"F.(. IA U.ak jr rA Ka tl
avl n nil. vuiis, w uv, wsuu. swe v.
Wedio 6c, Beylr Hump 6o Dextr llo,
La. io0 30, crencenc oa. comDinaiion ao.
Granny 24c, MuiUnf 10 Little Grey
20cA,. Cowboy BcA. Orig. Mann. 10c,
Inl. s Am UlnAnii4 Km rJiirTBtA Kv A
Uilliy, IIt.A IWi IIIWHUfc umbs.v srw
S. Dog 16o, Y. Horse (C Indian Camp (c
Fairv. Sliver King 16eA. Fair v. Ragle
(1.86, Nevada HUls ((A. Pittsburg Sliver
fesg. il. b, nc star wonaer oca. jig
gle's Nest 21c, Ruby Wdndsr 260, Alice
oi wonaer so. .
'' Sales of New Wheat.
Pendleton, Or., Aug. (.Though thO
wheat market has been quiet here so
far this season, 100,000 bushels or more
have already been sold. Of this the
bulk was bought In ths vicinity of Esau
land by E. W. McComas, representative
or tne rortnwestsrn warsnouse com
pany. Within the past few days he haa
purchased (0.000 bushels from farmers
of ths Wild Horse country paying (9io
There is a a-eneral sentiment this veai
for holding the wheat for a higher price,
75o being wanted, and thua far little
contracting haa been done. .
The Byers mill of this city has se
cured about 40,(00 bushels : Of new
. Rains Delay II arrest.
Wan Walla, Wash.. Aug. (. -Har
vesting ail over tne vauey was brought
to a standstill yesterday by a heavy
downpour of. rain which set In early
in tne rorenoon ana Kept up through'
out the day. Tha rainfall In tha foot.
hill districts waa extremely heavy and
It will be aeverel days before the com
bines will be able to start up. Is the
Eureka flat and Touetiet districts the
rain was not so heavy, although ma
chines were - closed down. - Unless
showery weather continues for several
flays, farmers do not anticipate any
damage to standing grain.
RAILWAY ENGINEER !
RUN OVER BY TRAIN
Howard Dexter Lies on the Track
In the Northern Pacific Yards
t Forsythe, Montana.
NEVADA MIXING STOCKS.
Bid Prices Current Today oa the
San Francisco Exchange.' ' ,,
San Francisco, Aug. (. Official bid
Sandstorm 46c, Red Top (4, Mohawk
(18, Columbia Mt 60o, Jumbo Ext (1.(6,
Vernal 17o, Pennsylvania (cA, Qoldflel4
M. Co. (1.60, Kendall (Oo, Booth 4c, Blue
Bull (80, Adama 11c, Silver Pick Kle,
May Queen 40c, Nev. Boy 7c, Hlbemla
7c, St Ivbb (lo, Conqueror 14o, Blk.
Rock 6c Lone tar 22c O. Wonder 1c
Potlach 40eA. Oro 22c Kendall Ext
lC Sandst Ext. 4o, Wayne 7c, Atlanta
60c Great Bend 7lc, Slmerone 20c Em
pire 10c Red Top Ext 21c Florence 6c
WILL HAVE NO HOPS TO PICK,
. SAYS M'KINLEY MITCHELL
Tha hopgrowers need not trouble
themselves over the picking troubles
this season, for tha present outlook Is
that they will have no hops to pick."
Thus spoke McKlnley Mitchell, " a
well-known local dealer, aa well as
(,..-,, will, w ii.. viuiiun. miv avllvr
ally taken aa conservative.
There Is lice . and hnneydew every
where In the heavy yards' hS atated.
ana this weauer is Pausing the vermin
to multiply with great speed. I was all
through the Qervala, Woodburn, Su
Paul and Brooks sections and have Just
returned from there. Ths man who aaya
there Is no lice or honeydew In that sec
tion Is barfly mistaken snd has not
taken a good view of condltlona.
"Tha hops are Just forming and the
lice are going Into the burs. This- con
dition is more serious than any ons
would admit heretofore. . 8ms of the
vlnea are turning Jet black."
".-.. . . a
(Special Dispatch to The JearaaL)
Forsythe, Mont, Aug. (.Howard
Dexter, a freight engineer, was run over
and killed late yesterday afternoon In
the railroad yarda hers by a Northern
Paclflo passenger train. The engineer
or tne passenger says no saw an ooject
on the track, but In the dim light he
thought It waa a dog, and It was not
discovered, until It Was too late to atop
the train, that It waa the body of a man.
No reason can be assigned why Dexter
waa on the track or his failure to hear
the approaching train. . .
- LINE'S PROGRESS
(Dedal DlaeaMi to The Jorroatl
Walla Walla. Wiih.. Aug. 1. E. B.
Llbby, formsrly president of the Lewis-
ton-Clgrkston company, is ex pec tea to
arrive In Walla Walla within a few
days to take up the work of promoting
the Columbia Walla Walla. Traction
company's proposed line from Dayton
to Wallula. The electrte - road has
been surveyed and tha necessary rights
of way and depot facilities at Dayton,
Waltaburg, Preseott and Wallula have
been already secured. The company has
already expended close to (16,000 in
surveys and rights of way. Tha pro
posed line will touch Waltaburg. Dixie,
Walla Walla and Touchat ending at
Wallula, where connection will be made
with the Open River association's line
of steamers. '
Tomorrow la the last dsy to receive
discount on west side gas bills.
PATIENTS TO ERECT
(Special Diepatek s The Soared)
' Lewlston, Ids., Aug. 9. Architect J.
H. Nave of thla city 4s working oo
plana for a handsome building for the
administration department of the North
Idaho Asylum for the Insane, at Orl
Sno. Though the plans call for a build
ing that under ordinary circumstances
would cost (20.000. this will be erected
at half that flgure. - Tbe brlok wlU be
made, burned and laid by Inmates of
the Institution and ths, carpentering will
be handled along - ths same lines of
economy. In many other details the
inmatee will buna tne structure, work
ing under a skilled foreman.
TArifiHnff eeema artreafla tta hnrnlnrf
area every day. Dosrs Ointment quick
ly stops its spreeaing, instsntiy re
llvea the Itrhlnr. cum it nermanantlv.
At any drug store.
HAVE YOU MOISa V TO irSVU: ,T V
' READ THIS !
The J. M. Aoheson Company's big store and factory plant. Fifth ant
Alder streets. Is concerted to pe toe D"i "i"1!'!"" r""""' "
West. Lighting system unexcelled. The company Is seven y-rs ol 11
atarted with a capital stock of U.000 cpltalle.l now at ( 150.0-1 4. Has
m.M.n .ni.i K..,t io nod. and additional subarrllicil atock t
124,000. Assets about (180,000. not Including uneubeorlbed stovk. Lia
bilities less than one third the assets. Doing a buelneaa of over (3.. o.
000 a year. Unsubscribed cspltal stock Is for sale In amounts of IMS
up 10 per cent Interest or dividend guaranteed also trsde discount si.
lowed stockholders on all goods purchased by them In the store, la
connection with the department store Is men's tailoring and woolens;
also a grocery atore. You can save enough on your grocery billa to
clothe yourself. The company owns the nve-story brick. Its ladles gar
ment factory, men's clothing and grocery departments are located In.
i Very good asset isn't U7 Subscriptions can be made for weekly or
monthly saving payments. Call, drop us a card, or nil In -the following
subscription for the amount you desire and how you wish to pay the
aame and mail It to -us and we will call and complete your connection
with the company. '
. Z, ths aadersigaed, hereby aubsorlbe for. .;. ,....... ..... .ahares
ef hs Capital Stock of Tha t. X. Ache bob Company. The price ef
said Capital Stock Is the pax Tains of One Dollar ((1.00) peg a hare,
peybls as follows I ..
Ths Incorporated Capital Steak of Tha J. tZ. Aohesoa Company Is
One Knadred Fifty Thoasead (160,000) shares, aoa-aasessable.
Address . . . . .'. . . . . . ,
C. R. PKAKTJ -' --'-
' . A. J. FARMER
; J. M. ACHESON
M. E. THOMPSON;
. 1C ACXXSOV,
"'"V' 'r . Frealdeat, '",'
T. X. STBOSB,
, Becretary aad Attorney.
I CURE MEN
Original Methods r
I cannot too forcibly Impress the fat that the
METHODS BT WHICH TREAT AND Curb
MEN'S DISEASES ARE ORIGINAL WITH ME.
Ther are a reeult of my obaervatlon. research
and ltudy during years' PraMlce - as a specialist
This should especially appeal to THOS& WHO
HAVE - BEEN ' DISAPPOINTED, la their efforts
to obtain relief, and should sld sll afflicted men
t xt tud ruAinn nir a PHYSICIAN. Aa to my
understanding of men's diseases .and 'nt'flo
correctness of my treatment. MT UNEQUALED
SUCCESS IN EFFECT1NO ERMjkNENT CURiS
-Weanos ;- ' . '-
MT SUCCESS In eurlng'tnose func
tional disorders commonly termed
"weakness," IS DUE TO MT FULL
UNDERSTANDING AS TO THE
CAUSATIVE CONDITIONS' and to
my absolutely; scientific methods of
removing them. Many cases of pre
maturenesa, loss of - power, etc,
present a vsrlety of symptoms so
entirely confusing and perplsxlng
that MOST PHYSICIANS have fal
len Into - that dangeroua rut the
practice of treating by set methods,
without dlscrlmlnstlon and without
KNOWLEDGE AS TO THE REAL
REQUIREMENTS. My first Step Is
an absolutely scientific and accurate
diagnosis. In a large majority of
cases I find the sols cauae of these
functional derangemente to be A
SWOLLEN, IRRITATED AND
CHRONICALLY INFLAMED PROS
TATE OLAND. This condition can
not possibly ba remedied by any
treatment other than the local meas
ures I employ, and to ATTEMPT TO
FORCE NORMAL ACTIVITY AND
Dm. TATXOB. " -
My Fees Are Fsir, My Cures
Fenaaaent, aad Toa Caa Fay
Whea Satisfied That Tea Are
: .Varicocele . X-'. '
I poBltlvsly cure Varicocele In one
week, and frequently In even less
time. I MEET WITH NO FAIL
URES, nor It my treatment ever
followed by undentrable results. MT
METHOD OF EFFECTING A CURE
IS PAINLESS, and no other equally
aatlafactory, safe and certain meth
od exists. It is an original and dis
tinctive method and produces AN
ABSOLUTELY THOROUGH AND
Varicocele not only impairs func
tional activity, but in many ln-
VIGOR BY THE USE OF 8TIMU- T Vwx V OF T H K O KG AN 3 involved
la aggravation of ths trouble. Under ' Resith. A THOROUGH CURB
IS A MATTER OF VITAL IMPOR
my treatment a cure la POSITIVE
AND CERTAIN, and absolutely per
manent because I accomplish It by
the removal of every cauae respon
sible for the disorder.
' Specine Blood Poison
I know this leprous disease com
pletely. The system Is thoroughly
cleansed and every poisonous taint
removed. The last symptom van
ishes to appear no more, and all la
accomplished by tha uss of harm
less blood-cleansing remedies. Do
not submit to the dangeroua mineral
dosing commonly Indulged In. Such
treatment merely obscures . the
symptoms. . . . .
TANCE, and Is also a matter of but
a very few days' treatment under
Contracted Disorders ;
Through my long experience treat
ing these dlseasea I- have devised
methods that not only cure, soundly
and permanently, but cure in less
time than the best of other treat
' ments require. Take no chances.
Do not rlak your health and strength
by relying on patent nostrums or
uncertain methods. Too are abso
lutely aecure when you Intrust your
case to me.
PAY .WHEN YOU ARE CURED
. oowsm.TATiojr nn-ur honest and candid advice costs
TOU NOTHING. I cheerfully give you the very best opinion, guided by
years of successful practice. Men out of town, in trouble, write if you
cannot call, aa many eases yield resdlly to proper home treatment and
cure. My offices are open all day from A. M, to ( P. M and Sundays
from 10 to L ;. ' . f r , , :. fc. , j .
THE DRi TAYLOR CO.
ooum iioofo in mobbxsow iniETS, fobti
; Frlvate SBtxanoe 834 Monrtsoa, Street.
A s-ootl armetlts grjes with
a rood digsstion. A gentls
stimulant like Pabst Blue
Ribhnn Rr elHa tha rlio'ea.
tkm and whets tha appetita
a is doid iooa ana arm.
Tts Beer ol Quality .
hoald be served at meali
and 'tween meals. It will
help your digestion, build up
jour strength, renew your
appetite and drive away all
Charles Kohn Co.. --
Cor. (d snd Pine fits, Portland, Or. ,
, Phone Main 460.
AND WE TREAT MEN ONLY
' iRuinin rr tuu nr pobtlajtd.
CONSULTATION FREE -
v-ye Cure . ; '--izr'''
Ulcers, Chronic DUcharxes
Stricture, Prostatic Diseases
Hydrocele, Nervo-Vltal Debility
Varicocele, Blood Poison and .
v . Bladder Diseases
trletly BeUabla. - . - t
s riT Or Hemorrhoids, are amall vascular tumors situated at
. VJ I I r the lower opening of the bowels, or rectum, and they have
a M m-r , most degrading Influence on the general health. We
euro Pilea without cutting; nor do we use Injurious ligatures, which
treatment Is seldom successful. - Our treatment Is anfe and reliable and
When you are dismissed by us you are cured for Ufa,
wmira If you cannot call. All correspondence strictly confidential
. and all replies sent In plain envelopes.
TBTOsa WXO MATH MBS ISAPOIWTBl T PWH,I.y-Ti srwvt.
CIAX.IST ABB B1SSB8TLT SPQVI8TID TO lrVFSTIOAl.fl OU
MiTgona abd'tebms wincoui delay, wuch bad tbrt
DOSI 1ST tu BBauiazsTa WOtJU SATS bated tjlxm. xucb ABO
, AUFGLONO CUROPOR
' BT.OOP WOTeOW, WTg tIST)8TW, 108, WT.CT1WB, BTlttfmrBW,
TAJtlCOCTBI-B, ITBSOOBU, ST ffOr DFClilH B. Wlimai, PU.A4
OB CHBOBTIO DISSASB8 OP 1MB KISKITB ASD PBOSTATB.
PBITATB DISEASES Newly-contrecteJ and chronic cases cured. All '
'burning. Itching an1 Inflammation etor-ped In 14 hour; etiree effected In
'7 days. WB OOTZB tkl ESTItl TZEXTt OP BrxCZAb ABS
CBBOsnO, DBZP-gBATXS, Cf PlIO ATTED rt"Tla.
We do not offer you sny laviAI, TB.fi ATiaxJITB, BlBOTBia
BXlTaV WOBTKMSa CkiTOSf, or other ueeleas methods -of lri
ment. Our.ada are our own, and while othera may copy them, thev e,n
pot Imitate our superior methods f treatment. Wl ABB T'B iO--
'iST X,OOATEI AJTO OLOIIT BPEOIAUSTS EST MSTLK0, having
been located here 36 pears. Ws do not slvertlee cheap, Inferior treai
ment, but we give you all the reaulta of yenrs of ripe eperlnce, nin--1
In the treatment of many thouaanda of. patients. Vve rive you etir ekiil
snd sbillty in the treatment of disease of men for a Nir f. 'hl. H w-v
be paid In any way the patient leires. XJtTTSTTCf tl on
OD6 ABO X.BABB THAT WB ABB AtT. WB t 1 1 T e
vuw you pi.acB Yotna cti r gun bam oo s i
Of PBTTTWQ IsUI BIST 11IA1 uli JIT tATAX CAST MB 41A.. J
i1 HOURS ( a. m. to I p. m.: Evenings. 1 to (: Sundays, ( a. m. t
11 noon. , .
COSVXS (IOOV9 AWU TiKTI Lt frwrvTn, T