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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. MONDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 9. 1907.
Latest Deports From the
v! Yards' Say Some Improve
v -Others Much, Worse.
Lateat market features: . '
t. Hop Quality better than 'expected.
Street condition alarm street ' -
Beveral cere banana overripe. ',
-Two car grapes cause a glut.
"" El and poultrr In good shape.
, Butter auppllea accumulate again,
Cheese market la H cent lower.. :
V, Green peaches are not wanted. ;
- Potatoea In a leaky condition.
. No meat to supply the, trade. ' ?
! . Mot Quality Batter Than xpected.
' Report received from the hop fields
of the valley and especially the weat
ice enow a netter quality
iirtH expected up to this time. Borne
ff the yarde which were thought, to be
allghtly affected by , mould ana
vermin have turned out to be in per
, feet shape. Thua the supply of good
i quality will be aome what inoreaaed
. over the first eatlmate. However, a
great many of the yard ar poorer
'than expected and aa some of theee,
are being; picked the crop will be very
badly mixed. Theae will eauae an un-
LuauaJ range In prloo---- It JOWtran-
aplrea that the pick will be much
greatar-thaaat-iirt . expected;, the
i talk of a shortage elaewhere and prob
, able high prtoea causing many more
V ,' to pick than would have been the
ease had - the ehorta not sprung their
.' trap. so aucceesfuUy. :
"Much too many hop will be picked
ttlla mmmnn " UVB. MofClnleT Mitchell
;' who ha juat returned from a trip up
thev'alley.'Muit eseiy une""4s"yteMnf
at thla time and thla will likely cause
a further depreaalon In price."
1 Aoeordlng to Mr. Mitchell hi yarda
are much better than flrat believed
the quality being the beat In years.
Dealers are-playing a waiting game
, In the market at tfit time; no late
sales being reported. They - are not
ao anxloua to do business aa they were
a week ago when they believed that
, only a small fraction- - of the hops
would be gathered. Eastern and Euro-
v.peani markets are Unueually quiet for
this time of year but It Is reported
'that considerable business Is being
done quietly In New York by Germane
on account of the low prices stocks are
offered at there. , ' ' ,
"V Complain oft treat Condition, t
- While Front street dealers are very
anxious to have that thoroughfare 1m
proved, they are up In arms over the
action of the Portland General Eleotrle
- company in tearing up. , the east aide
of the street while the west side was
being prepared for the new pavement.
' To make matters more uncomfortable
for the commlaalon trade, thla is the
- height -of the fruit season and " the
street Is In such a condition that great
trouble Is experienced In receiving and
, shipping. - -". "
' Grapes Are Fartae Glutted,
The grapa market Is glutted worse
:-. than ever today owing to the arrival
of two more cars from California. Bun
ulles of grape were never so plentl-
; ful in this market and prices are there
fore ruling down toward the bottom.
Some as low aa BO cents a crate.
" Peach market I ehowlng a very wide
price range today owing to the mixed
quality. Prica ranges from 10 to .10
., cents for good stock.
' Several .cars- of . banana arrived' i In
-thla- morning 1 in bad , condition,- further
- Increasing the complaint . commlaalon
row ha had against the banana trust
tor the. paat two years.. For. two years
the trade has borne Its troubles with
much complaint but no steps have ever
. been taken to remedy the avlL . Evexy-
on is- afraid -of-the trust -
V ". r Cheese BCarkei X Lm;: V'.V.i
A lower range of values is today
- shown in the cheese market - On flat
' the trade is offering supplies at II
and It to centa a pound, a reduction
of cent from former, figures. , 8up
. plies at Tillamook are still too great
for demand a stocks muat be shipped
to thla city entirely beoauae it Is
- the hlghtest market on the coast.
Creamery butter is weak for outside
brand and none are charging more
than 2Ve cents a pound today.' Sup
plies are greatly Increased and aome
are talking of cutting another gmaH in
. values deeplte the fact that the market
, 1 advancing both In the south and east.
.. Egg market is so firm that most any
; price asked Is obtained theee days. Very
small supplies of strictly fresh local
stocks the cause. . '
Chicken market remain with an ex
cellent tone, price being maintained it
Saturday' figures. ' , r
Dreaaed meats of all kinds were never
. In smaller supplv than at this time.
Prices in consequence are a fraction
higher for strictly fancy goods,
Chittlm bark market Is quite active
both in the eaat and on the coast Some
buying at higher values. -.
"- Front street prices: . -';?
Grain, Flow aa Teed. -
GRAIN BAGS Calcutta, 10, large
lots: email lots, IHo. ,
WHEAT Nsw Club, ttc; red Ros
Ian. 7o; bluestem. I 4c; valley, 12a
CORN .Whole, $tj cracked, ISO ton.
BARLEY New Feed. s2l.B0aii.oA
, per ton; rolled. H4.SO01l.te: brewing.
ll.BOi14.00 t 1 C ' '
RYE tl.il per'ewt v '
ATS New Proucers price No. 1
White. i.dv per ions gray, izs.vo.
FlXJUK niaaiern uregon patents.
at en i a,
atraignia, vzo; export,
valley, .iuwt.o; granam,- a.
wnoie wneaw et.vui . rye, evs.
tleB II 00.
f MILL8TUFF8 Bran, $17.09 per tons
' mlddllnga, $15.00: shorts, country, $10;
city. Ills chop tit.vO0li.OO,
HAY Producer's ' price Timothy,
Willamette valley, fanoy, tlt.OO0l7.o6;
ordinary, 111.00 14.00; eastern Oregon,
iis.oo; mixea, iiv.vvuiv.tv, ciover,
It.00Of.00; grain. $t.00 10.00: cheat.
tl0.00Oll.00. . , .,, ,
1 Batter, BgT and. Votatry. '
?' BUTTER FAT F. o. b. Portland
Sweet cream, ItHc; sour, ilHo.
BUTTER City creamery, . tics
seconds, llHo; -eastern, - tlHoj state
fancy. S 1 H c j seconds, ,12 He; tore,
Oregon, 11 He. .
EGGS Extra fancy, candled. 170
17ttc; eantern, ItaiOc
v CHEESE New Full cream, flats,
17Hc per lbj eastern, i7Ha
POULTRY Mixed chicken) 110
11 Mo lb.; fancy hens, II Ho lb.j roosters.
ol4, 10o-lb; fryers, 14o; broilers.
EGOS SUPPLIES ARE 4
SMALLEST IN STREET
4, "Eg were never so scarce as - 4
q at this time.' The market I in .
4 the best poaalbl ahape and all 4
shipments now command the top
e flgures. Local aggs are always
better than those from the eaat
nJ it 1 noteworthy that thyf e
always command tha best price. 4
"Potatoe should be . run tmt.
tured before shipping, beoauae 4
.of'th very hot weather. ' A q
large amount of stock Is now 4
e . artivlog in a leaky condition, 4)
e thus spoiling . the market and
-- q "perhaps bringing down prices on
'' the good product J. P. Bu- q
4 eh ana n of Buchanan-Behrens Co. e
14o Ib old durks, llo lb; spring,
ducks, llo lb.; geese, old, 1010a 1U;
turkeys.- ll&lle lb. for old: sauabs,
11.60 dot.; plgeona. 11.28 do; dressed
poultry. 101 Ho per lb. higher.;
Sops, Wool and Vide.
HOPS H07 crop Choice,' T0 so;
prim to choice, 7c; ordinary, 40 to per
pound. - .
WOOL J107 clip Valley. 11011c:
eastern Oregon, lit llo,
- MOHAIR New ll07l 19 Ho. '
SiiEEPHKINd Shearing. 11010c
each; ehort wooL 110 40c: medium, wool,
tV07tQ each; long wool, 7t0fl' each.
TALLOW Prime, per lb, tWoto; No.
1 and urease, igiUo. ,
CH1TTIM BAKK 7a per lb.
' 1 FnUts and Yefetasle.
' POTATOES Fancy, tl-O01.tl sell
ing; buying, white. IOo0tl per sack;
sweets. 101440 lb.. ,
ONIONS Jobbing price Oregon.
tlOO; buying. 11.60; garllo, , to per
APPLES New, 11.00 01.00. 1
FRESH - FRUITS Oranges, t4.BO0
4.76; banana a, to lb; lemon. tt.OO07.tf
per box; Umea. Mexican, 14.00 per 100;
plneapplea, 11.15 W 4.00 dosen; grapea,
l0cal.2b; peaches,' 40 v OOo; .canta
loupes. tl01.lt plume, i0(0o; water
melona,. lo: cultivated blackber
rlea. ll.lBwI.60 a crate; crabapples,
11.2501.60 par box; Bartlett pear a,
$1.11 per box; oaaabaa, (Mi do.
VEGETABLES Turnip, new, Oc0
11.00 ack: carrota, 76c4j)tl per sack;
Vests, 116(5 per sack: parsnips, fl.OOtf
1.16; cabbage, 1 Wo lb; tomatoes. Ore-
fon, 40ij 6uo - beane. Ifelo; green,
i0 per lb; cauliflower, !O0 11.15 doa;
reas. Be; horseradish, to lb: artichokes,
BOTlo dos; green onions, 16o per dos;
bell peppers, t0o per lb; hothouse let
fuoe, $1 box; cucumbers, hothouse, li
016o dos; radlahe, lio dosen bunchea;
eggplant 11 He lb; green corn, 110L1S
sack.;, celery, 76c
n... -Wmtm Mt-w. 1
SUGAR Cube.' M-llHt powdered.
lt.07HS berry. IB.frtHf dry a-ranulated,
18.17 ; BUT, is.'
i Star. 16.71V4; eonf. Xt 15.17 Hi
B, t ilW- ollen. G. 15.17H: Ti
; 15.17 H;beel. granulated. i.7fH;
barrels, 10c; half barrel.
too advance on aacx oaais. .
(Above price axe 19 day net cash
quotation). -i -.
COFFEE Package brands, fll.lt 0
- SALT Coarse Haff "ground, 100s,
ll.eO per ton: 60s. 11100; table, dairy
117.60; looa, Ii7.x; oaiea,
mported Liverpool, iOs. 110.00; 100a,
f JW.VVi AVVW,
ine barrels: la.
114.00: 4s 118.
oo: extra ni
Is and 10s, !4.id
rock, 120.60 per ton; 10-lb rock. IlLwu;
ii.,uuV.fV, uiiaitwi . v.,,. w
(Above prices apply ta sale of less
than car lota
. i;ar iota av syesuu yrivmm
.nhMt trt tlnrtnatlnna.1
Kitjis imperial japan, no. 1, o; jr
if hi AW a Oman wnm
white, IS. 60; pink. 13.60; bayou. $I.0;
Lima, CHe; Mexican reds, 4 Ho,
nutb peanuts, jumoo,
lb; roasted, lOo per I
lb; Japanese, !06Hcj
; roasieo. . i vinl
ner lh: walnuts. California. 1
ornia, ivo per 10;
pin nuts, 1401Bo per lb: hickory nuts,
lOo per lb; Brasll nuts, llo per lb; fll-
bert. lto per lb; fancy pecans, lt01Oo
per lb; almonds, 11 & XI He.
Meats, Flak nl Fronsioa.
FRESH MEATS Front street Hogs,
fanoy, IHo per lb; Ian
ge, ion par io;
VeaL extra, tHo p
er lb; ordinary, so
per lb: poor, I07o
l.nc, RfiBa oer lb.
par lb; mutton.
HAMS. BACON. ETO Portland pack,
(local) hams. 10 to 11 lbs, lto per .b;
14 to It lbs. 15Ho per lb: II to 10 lbs.
16Hc: breakfaat bacon. llHOHo per
lb; picnic. 11 Ho per lb; cottaga roll,
llo per lb; regular ahort cleaxa, un
smoked. lto per lb; smoked llo per lb;
clear backs, unsmokedU 11c; smoked, lie
per lb: union butts, 19 to u ids, un
smoked, llo pert lb. smoked, llo per lb;
clear bellies, unamoked,. llHo per lb;
smoked ilH-per lb; shoulders, 11H0
per io: picxiea tonjrue, 7o seen.
LOCAL URC KetUe leef, 10s. It H
per lb; is, IHo per lb; 60-lb tins, 11 44
steam rendered. 10. 044O per
11 Ho per li; compound. 10s,
tLn nar lh
FISH Rock cod, 7o per lb: flounders.
So per lb; halibut, to per lb; striped
bate, lBo per lb; catfish, lie per lb; sal
mon, fresh. Columbia cWnoolt, llo per
lb; stivers,' IHo per lb; humpback, Io
per lb; herrings, 6o per lb; soles, to
per lb; shrimps, llo per lb; perch, to
per lb; tomcod, 7o per'lb; lobsters, lto
per lb; fresh mackerel,' to per lb: craw
fish, lBo per dosen; sturgeon. WHo per
lb; black bass, 10a per lb; silver smelt
To per lb; frosen shad. So per lb; black
codT THo per lb. t
OYSTERS Shoalwater. bar, per gal
lon, 12.50; per 100-lb sack, 16.00; Olym-
?la. per gal' on, 11.1B; per. Ill-lb sack.
4. 001. 65; Eagle, canned, 0o can; 17
dosen; eastern In shell, 1.75 per hun
dred. . '.,.,' ,
CLAMS Hardshell, per box, ' 11.40;
rasor dams, 11.00 per. box; lOo par doa,
. Falata, Coal OIL Bto. ...
' ROPE Pure Manila. II fee; standard.
HHc; alaaL lie. -
COAL OU' Pearl or Astral Case,
HHo per gal' water white, iron bbls,
14o per gal; wooden, 17c oer gal; head
light. 17 deg cases, 11 Ho per galu
GASOLINE 1 deg., cases. 14H0 per
gal; Iron bbls, 18o psr gaL
illl.ANZ.lrtH, asaeg.. cum, isg per S"
iron bbls, Uo per gaL
case, lto per gal;
AMn nbf. 91a nee ral.
WHITE LEAD Ton lots, THo per lb;
100-lb lots, BO per lb; leas lots, I He.
WIRE NAILS Present basis at 11.11
v keg. .-
M Little Daraage Reported. .
(Special Dlapateh ta Tha Jomrnal.) -Garfield,
Wash, Sept I. W. Hay
fleld of Farmlngton was In Garfield yes
tardav. Mr. Havneld said: . "There has
been no damage to wheat to speak of
In the Farmlngton district by the rain.
The oats. In some instances, are colored,
and occasionally a shock of damaged
or rotten oate is found, but the cases
ar rare. The Farmln'ton district pro
duced a big crop this season, and there
is but very little land for sale."
Mr. Hay field owns nearly 1,000 acre
or land in the district and at l7o a
buahel for his crop of wheat Juat har
vested and sold... he realises net from
the land 110 an acre. He does not
know what he could Invest his money
in and make a greater rat of Interest
He Is. like many other conservative
business men, buying instead of selling
chant of Farmlngton, and believes there
isna. nr. navnera is tne monaar mjir.
is a great future before ' the Palouaa
country, . . .
Talk of Dollar Wheat.
' (Bpeetal Dlapateh t The Journal.) - -V
Spokane, -Ween., flept I. W. R. Cun
ningham, a Rltsvllle warehouaeman,
said todar that the farmers of the west
should not be disappointed, beoauae the
grain would be worth 11 before the 1901
orop.cama la Mii Cunningham - haa
juat returned from Chicago and other
points snd asserts that wheat there la
selling for II snd 11.16. He claims the
easterners say western farmere are
wrong to sell eo cheap. Mr. Cunning
ham himself owns 6,000 acrea of land
and expects to market 10,000 bushel of
Grain Is on the move here In large
quantltlea It la estimated that from
15 to 40 care are going out every day.
Twenty-seven went yesterday. Much
grain Is aiao being stored here for mill
uae. - Hluesiem -is selling at 70 cents,
and red at It cent.
Don't Stop for Sunday. .
(Ineelat Htstiatek to Tb Jnnrnal.)
Kpokane, Wah Sept Farmers In
this vicinity have been harvesting be
tween shower, now for several weeks,
and with 'Slow progress.' After each
shower the grain falls more snd more,
and it la difficult to save It and much
will be a total lnn. They are paying
no attention to Sunday, working when
ever weather permit. The ground la
In excellent condition for fall sowing,
and some farmers are getting ready. ;
New York-London Bllrer.' ; ,".
New York. Bept. 1. Bar silver, ItH.
si -cl. ,
Liverpool, Hept. I. Cotton
oloeed i Mi to T point lower.
Wheat Jrarket In Chicago
. ; Sustains a Loss With
, Foreign Slump. ;
Borthwewt 0rop Weatass.
Western Oregon and Wsstarn
Washington Fair tonight: Tues
day fain . cooler .. exoept Bear
coast; northerly . wind. ' -
Eaatarn Oregon, Eastern Wash
ington :. and Idaho Fair and
warmer tonight and Tuesday.
Sept ISept T. Lose. 1101.
'Chicago. Sept I. Although tb wheat
market started strong and at higher
price today trading wa ; bearish.
Long ' were principal sellers oa the
Liverpool -decline.- -j
' The government erop flrures to be
given out tomorrow at aa hour -earlier
than usual will make the first approxi
mate after the harvest estimate of the
wheat crop of the United State for
1107. -From a difference of about It
cent between September and the De
cember .wheat bef or the winding- up
of the September liquidation there
Vtt t fll " "' over 1
cents at the close of last week. Cash
wheat Is less a burden than It was. The
wide difference previously prevailing
has been to some extent due to the local
elevator situation, which now seem In
a fair way of apeedy eettlement
A great deal of wheat would un
doubtedly have been carried by mla
eellaneou Investors except for the fact
the warehousing people were In doubt
Meanwhile th stimulating effort of a
little liberal and healthy milling demand
and a more than ordinary large and
sustained export demand ha helped
cash - wheat in -all directions and al
lowed the holders to grip their hold
ings with a tighter hand. The ast is
rather low In supplies and I eaillng
very loudly In th shape of m atlff
bidding. .-. ' . ' ; - . : i
; Frost reports were general from Man
Of flclar grain range:
, ' : l
1 107 1
Ill ' lT lT
07 VT 110 0B
177- ' IM 171
8BI IBB IBB
860 : tS . t7
111 ; , til 111
, III STOCK MARKET
(Leased Wire Overbeck A Cooke Co.)
New York. Sept I. Sentiment wa
bearish among floor trader todaf, bat
value changea . were' amalL - With the
exception of a few leadera, like Union
Pacific the market was generally down
a fraction at . the close. Some short
covering neld the latter' head above
Call loan were quit erratlo. open
ing at 4 per cent and going to -par
cent later In the aesslon.
Official New York range;
Amal. Cop. Co...
Am. Car 4k F- a.
do preferred . .
Am. Cot Oil. ..
Am. Loco., com.
Am. Sugar, com.
Am. Bmell, com
do preferred .
Ana. Mining Co
B. A O.. com. . .
Brooklyn R. T,w
can, f ao;, oom . .
Central L., com
do preferred .
C. at G. W., com.
C BL 'dc St P.,
C. at N.. com...
Chess. 4k Ohio..
CoL Fuel A I.
CoL Southern O.
Q iu sr, ,
ao ii prei.
pel. eV Hudson
u. m v. u. c . , . .
EH c ..... .....
do zd prei
do 1st pref
Great Northern p
ill. uent ..
L. A N. ...
Mex. tent Ky.
aa... a . . a . . .
Ore Lands ......
N. Y. Central...
NY-O. i Wesd 13H
N. West. ...
North Am. ......
North. Pac, a..
Pao. M. I. Co...
P. O . L. A 0. Co.
P. 8teT Car. c
Reading, e. .....
do lat pfd....
R. L 4c S., c. . . ..
Rook Island, c.
S. L. 8. Vi P-l
L, ft 8. e.
fit L. A 8. W, p.
Sou.. Pao,, ,....
Rou, Pao., p. . , , .
Sou. Ry., com....
Sou. Rya pfd....
Tex, 4k Pao
T., fit. L W. c.
T.. St. U W. p.
U. S. Rub., com.
U. B. Hun,, pia.
w v j
U. B. Pteel COh CI
IT. S. Steel Co, p.
Wis. Cen.. rff f. .
"Call money closed tH
Total sales for today.
Todar and tomorrow will be the la at
oai of diaoount oa weat side ga rpiUa,
Everyone is Picking. Their , IIops Bf
cause of the Promise of the Short
Sellers that Prices Would Pay.
OFF GRADE HOGS
DROP 1(1 PRICE
Value is Cut 25 to, 50c Today
; r-Gobd Hogs Wanted at
Top Lambs Better
LOCAL LIVESTOCK RUN.
Today .......... li,, 119
Week ago.,..)... ... 100
Year aso ... II
Previous year.... ... V 10
Portland Union Stockyards, Sept f.
Just why th hog producers bf Oregon
will year after year persist in shipping
a product to market before it is ready
is a mystery to tbe livestock trade. At
this time of year It haa been the cus
tom of late to force stocks and China
fat hogs on the market when they were
not wanted. At thla time--of year there
is scarcely any call for stocker and
feeders but shippers persist, In- send
ing . them to market Just the same. ,
. ' Crooa Bogs ta Demand.
For flrat-claaa finished hogs a good
demand 1 now ruling in th local yards.
Receipte of thle character are small
and the beet stuff is readily pioked
up by packers at l.757. However,
for stocker ana reeaera mere is prao
tloally no call . and the price is down
IB to 10 ent for" the few that are
taken. China fat are down the same
amount and for th same reason.
"I don't known why they send suen
stuff to market" say President Dauga
trev. beoauae it I hard to sell at any
price on account of th limited de
- . Sheep Market Zs Batter.
On account of the small run of sheep
frr-' th e-y ar a la c - w sen and-" 1 the
prospective email arrivals for the pres
ent wees. The maraet is steaaier ana
1 holding well. Lamb are about II
cents un from the low mark.
Cattle were weaker today . with the
greatly increased run over Sunday. In
all 110 head of oattle arrived in i
compared with 100 a week ago, II a
year ago and 10 two yeara ago.
. A year ago all market ware easy. ':
. Official vard nrlces:
Hogs Best eastern Oregon, 14.76 O
T.OOi stocker and feeder, ft.00tft.16;
China fata, t.0O.
Cattle Best - eastern Oregon - steer.
11.8604.00: best cows and heifers, fl.1l
1.00; bulls, tl.76Ol.00.
Sheep Best wethers, 14. B0; mixed,
14; lambs, 4.l0 oo.oo.. .
HOGS LQ6K 10 (TENTS.- '
Eastern Market are Weaker With
j Larger Ham Today. - 'J
" 'Chleaaa. Sent' 1. Official run:
' : i . Hoga. Cattle. Sheep-
Chicago ......... 7,000 10,000. 21,000
Kansas mty ..vi-.vvv " s.ouoji i,uvv
Omaha 1.600 .1.000 16.000
Hogs Market is. iuo lower; tert over
from Saturday. 1.B00: receipts a year
ago were 11,000: mixed. tS.lBt.47H;
neavy, s.vqjf.it , rougn, ea.Qy ws.sv;
. CatUe Market lOo lower. -,
Sheep Market eteady.
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and b examined. Consultation aad xamlnailoa 1 free, and carrl
with it ao obllgatloa to engage .par, service.
Oar offices ar equipped with the moat modern and aclenttflo ine
ehanloal devices for the treatment of chronic disease. Our charge ar
reasonable and In reach of any worklngman.
Writs If you cannot call. Our system of bom treatment is always
CERTAIN and most successful. All correspondence Sacredly confidential.
HOURS a. m. to i p. m.i Evenings, 7 to 1:10; Sundays, I a. m. to
11 noon, ...... ,. ... v.,. ,';,'.;,-,; .-....,.:,. :-.
OOBBBB SBOOBB ABB T4MaTTI.Ii
V-.- ' lea
V BATH. EOVyDIft
A Perfumed Ltnrury fof Ke CatL.
Softeni Hard Walrr. Better
1 Perfume. 25 batht.
0 fy -""w s-V-. --sfss-. .-nssstK- T Vav J-X. "Vsw
r than Perhma. 25 bath. . rK?.n ru( t
U'SaTvl5 ataiI rnwtT bby. 13 I
ADVANCE IN FREIGHT-COSTS
WHEAT GROWERS MUGH MONEY
There was nothing doing la th local
Wheat market today. . j
Miller have purchased eo liberally of
late that they are now taking a breath
ing apeU and will find Juat where they
stand. ... ,'
A prominent miner says: vt rowers
are themselves to Diame tor in great
Increase In freight ratea They have
f,ut up the price on tnemseive oy too
iberaf elllng all at once, thua forcing
GRAND R0NDE APPLES
SOLD TO KANSAS CITY
WMWM VH. v .......
(pedal Dispatch to The JoarasL) .
La Grande, Or, Sept f. A contract
for th sale of more than 10,000 boxes
of Grand Ronde apples at 11.40 per
box ha been concluded between K. Z.
Carbine of Grande Ronde valley and
C. -B. Walker of Kanaa City. Thla
mean approximately liv earioaaa. oen
Davis and Gano varletlea constitute the
principal varletlea. Nearly 1100.000 Will
be realised from this sale.
' V 8, CrOTernment BoiU.
' New . ' Tork. " Sspt . ; Government
bonds: . ; . Bid. v
Twos, registered ...... .104H
do coupon ........ ...106H
Throes, registered ......101
do coupon ......... 10l-' j
Threes, small bonds ,...101
Die. Columbia, t-tts. ...lltvi .
tours, registered, new.. 116H
do coupon ............116H
Twos, Panama ....... ...'104ty
PhUlppin jour ....... iua -
Portland Bank Statement.'
do year, ago . ,
Gain today- .... ......t ll.IB0.7t
Balaneee today ......... . 11 0,B 61.6 9
do year ago 17l.l3t.l
New Tork Cotton Market , "
Open. High. Low.
January ..1141 1147
February.- J Ittllt
,.r.. ... .... .... : ill! llji
May . ,...1144
' Liverpool Grain Market-
Liverpool. Sept. I Official price t
Sept T. Lose.
.' a lud Ta I d Ts
Ee ' Ts U4 Ts 10Hd Ts HVjd
Mar. ..Is ts into is
fid Is IHd I
Hd la IHd I
j Big Make of Cheese. '
(tpacUl DU patch t Tfc learsaL)
Tillamook, Or, Sept I. Tha Neharem
f.ntnn will manufacture this
season something over 10,000 -pounds of
cheeae. Th average price received will
be 14 cent per pound. There are about
SB patron, many ex ineso, umimr,
are small producer.' .
Moat Wheat 1 Sold. T "
nwUl nisDatefe to Tb loeraal.l
Athens, Or, Sept I. Practically all
th harvesting In the vicinity of Athena
Is completed, and much of th wheat
about here has been sold, though much
1 being held for higher price. It Is
apeclal ailment of men than any
.... -: . -'
BstabUsned ST Tear la -rorOaad,
W Win Treat Amy Single Vnoompll-
atea auimeat lot f 10.00, .
No Pay Unless Cured
ITUITI, BOBTXABB, OUOOI.
.1 r a,
ni' - -sal rr a
RXE POWDER ." I I
Best To3et powdef. AntwrrrtKaBy
, Keuerei turibuni aric
buyer to pay them a smaller sum for
lh. nmmm I
miles tnan wouia nm tou
if they need better.
The week open with a lull In ta
flnii. in.rli.t There Is nothlna OOinC
in an oriental wy. bub the market 1
held juat as firm as ever. Locally thare
remains a good trade for old grade.
Oat and harlav are steady and firm.
with bualnea not very liberal. Grow
ers ar not offering freely.
estimated hv tha warehouse men that
there, will be 700,000 bushel of wheat
delivered In . Athena this year. At 70c
per bushel, this mean nearly half a
Boston Copper Market.
, ' Bid.
Cnlted . ...... 61
Allooea ..... 42
Atlantio ..... It.
Butte Cool a.. 13
Cal. A Heola.TOOA
K-Tteh -.... 42
Winona ...... I
Bingham . ... 11
Daly West... 14 hi
Old Dom..... U
Parrot ...... 14H
ICaL A Aria. .141
centennial ... zs
Mohawk . . . tl
pop. Range ..:,.;
Victoria ..... Itt
Old Colony... l.H
enannon ..... 1IH
Trinity ..... 16
NlPDlaalna- . . T
Wolverine ..,140 A
Royal ....... 1V
IT. B. Mlna... 40
Helvenla i... 1
Tamarack . .. 71
'' Oregon Hay for Alaska.
(Special Dispatch ts The JowmaL)
of fine timothy hay ar being brought
down from th Weaton mountain, and
i neing soiq m balsa to the Preston
Parton Milling company for from tit
to 111 per ton. Thla hay la loaded on
ana snippea to Seattle and Ta-
coma, much of which, la shipped from
- Big Pear Shipment.--
TJnlon. ' Or.. Sen. I. Pear era tielnr
hipped out from here In large quantw
ties. Messrs. Will Wright and W. . J.
Townley being th principal shippers.
Mr. Wright estimates that there will
be at least 1,000 boxea of pear- shipped
out of Union from this year's . crop.
This include winter peara
Antwerp, Sept, I. Wheat dosed
'm Today and tomorrow will be the last
oay 01 oiscount on west side gas bills.
TAFT WILL VISIT
(Ipeetal Oisaateh ts Tie learaal.) .
. Aberdeen, Wash.. Sept. I. Great In
terest Is being taken in the visit of
Secretary Taft to this section tomorrow.
The entire harbor country will be out to
receive him. A reception will be given
It la hoped to hear him.
him in the Grand theatre, at which time
No man Is stronger
his w a k e s t p a r t
men have perfect strength. -Th, unz speciaiut
If I were liked Id-oJfireiirt-TBifitil fultnd peffecTtfefijfttiT"
would not look for one with - the largest muscles,- the itrongett
frame, nor the ablett in phytical endurance. It i true that strength
. of the musclei, cordi and linewi must be built upon the foundation of
good vitality, but on the other hind it ii most easily undermined
when the vitality ii impaired. I would rather choose a man that I
knew had true vigor, that I knew had undergone no early dissipation,
that had no spermatorrhoea, varicocele or hydrocele, and who wai not
Buffering from any latent disease such at contracted disorder! and
contagious blood poison. Men who are free and clean from disease
and weaknesses of this special nature have letter vim, more energy;
. and vitality, and who accompliah most in every field of endeavor. .
; Weakness Wr cells Mora's Lives
Many a youth of splendid promise hat failed because of some
weakness the nature of which made him delay seeking medical aid
. until it had become serious, and greatly injured his life'a opportuni
ties. ., I have seen thousands of these cases, and have heard the story
of their suffering. Usually there is also a history of incompetent
treatment by family doctors, patent medicines, electric belts, and un
principled medical institutes and ao-called "specialists." ,
Gejt the Best Treatment First '
I have been treating Men, and men only, for nearly 25 yeara. X
have an established reputation in Portland, which I hold as a priceless
asset. I undertake only curable cases, and when I promise a cure I
guarantee it, and my business standing and bank references assure
the patient that my guarantee is absolutely binding. I do not think
I can show better faith in my ability and methods than my unqualified
offer to patients to ;. . 'V '",'.' ; " "" '
PAY WHEN CURED
" Functional wealth In men la
tn reality a comparatively almple
aliment, and i but a aymptom of
local disorder, a state of chronlo in
flammation of the prostata gland.
No stimulating treatment, whether
internal or locally applied, can do
more than excite a temporary ac
tivity." By my system of local
treatment I reetor absolutely
normal eondltiona throughout the
organs tnvotveo, wnten - promptly"
results in complete ana permanent
restoration of atrength and vigor.
This treatment is original with me,
tnd la th only radical and certain
cur yet. devised.
; Varlcoo4l .
Varicocele relaxation, knotting
snd twisting ef the most vital
blood vessels of the -erganlo sys
tem. It stagnates the local circu
lation and Interferes with the pro
cesses of waste and repair. Neglect
brings derangement of functions
and Injury to ths general health.
Moat phyalolans resort to surgical
operations and hospital treatment.
I Offer not only FREB Consultation and ASvIn
, that comes ta me I will make a
without charga No ailing man should neglct thia cipni
, expert opinion about his trouble.
If ynu cannot oall. write fo t)!-"""1 C'"ir- "f
all day from I a, nvlto I p. and nuiitlaya 19 1 1-
tjfye DOCTOR TA Yi
, 34H BIorHsoa C-r ttcnm t.' 1 "
B Student. ' . Bo Oa.
Wc Chatec 11:2-V.::.'
W will forfeit 11.000 to ny charli
Institution for any dentist 0
pet with us in crown and lii. -
or teeth without platea. 1'av n i I
fee until you have niniuiK'l '
continued aucces in our many of'
la due to the uniform hlgh-ais'l '
done by yeara of experienced oirt " -The
prices quoted below are al'sl"
the beat opportunity to get your f"
ey's worth which has ever been off""
W us nothing but th beat mw"' '-
rniOBS crra SErTBiaiim in
Silver rillln re B ('
Oold aad PUtln am Alloy Fillings l. U
Sold Fillings ft 2.00 to i ,.'
S. . White lVgaa Orowa.. . . . . K-J
(fold Crews, best aak, xtra
heavy. .77 I ....... .T7. fS.O
Bridge Work, per tooth, best gold ttH.ti
Best Kubber Flate, B. B. Whits
Teeth .... S.f"
Alumlawn-Liaed riate . ..10 to SI
A binding guarantee given with -l
work for 10
tised only by tie for
FAnrUSS EXTAACTiOB of teeth 50
Chicago Dental Parlors
Bf. W. Cor. Sixth aad Washlafton Sts.
Th largest and best equipped dental
establishment in the northwest. r.v
enteen offices .' in th United State.
See that you are in th right office.
Open Sunday Mo 1. .
Lady In attendance. -' 1
Why Pay More to
Other of Less Lx-
perieoce and Skill?
I cur Varicocele without opera
tion, pain or detention from busi
ness. My cures are absolutely
permanent and no 111 effects what
ever can follow my treatment.
J liav reduced the time required
for outing contracted disorders
about on half. Thla Is an im
portant achievement. It replace
danger with safety. It forestalls
-chronic -co mrplU-attun. It rmivu
th Infection and inflammation be
fore that vital eenter, the pros
tate gland, can become Involved.
To many men It means the differ
ence between perfect health and a
lifetime of misery and functional
weakness. . My method la mine
alone. afy treatment Is original.
In some features It resemble the
ordinary. In Its chief essentials it
Is different. In results it t en
tirely different. It is saf. prompt
Th above, together with Ornlo
Weakness. Nerve Iebllltilon, I t
Vigor. Hpeciflo illix'd roison. Fi na
ture, IMlee and Heflnx Ailmeti'4.
constitute my specialty snd ar I
only dlaeaaes I treat.
but of e t v e