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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1907
Would Sell Totatoes to Gov
' eminent for Term of Six ;
- Months Low Prices.
. - '- Produce market features:- , . -i
. Farmer! bid on contracts,
flugar refinery 1 wanted hero. ,
.Sugar market Is very weak. . 1
. ' Local eggs move at HHo. ' .'
1 Chicken receipts still heavy. v
. Portland hlirhest onion market,
' Old nopa are finding sals.. ,
a.- wia n..aa4a- -
At the opening of the bids for potatoes
f, - BVIllt VIUVIIP -B IVi Uar , en, V .' v .j
'couver. It developed that, farmers were
.;' among the principal bidder. It la
stated 'that about three fourths of the
r . HIHa hKmIHaiI .tt aiutnlv 1 Tncla . Him'l
ak..las .. r a,f.ej a u . SaV H '. van
partment were from growerev Hereto
. fore farmer bidders hare been rather
few. Dealers who attended the reading
W am Wiui jtmoiu. piav ......
- never before saw so many bids- eub-
. nor did they ever see so many farmers
names among the bide,
The reason for this, they allege, Is be
. cause of the enormous crop of potatoes
. produced In the two states of the north
West this season. Farmers believe that
T an this account prices will not Yule very
kik i thav .m wiillnv to take a few
contracts to supply American aoldlera
with this staple for a term of six
months. - ' -
Potato Prices JVnrest la Taara.
r The prices submitted were In most
rases the smallest In yesa and created
much comment among the local trade.
The prlcea are all for atocka delivered
freight free at the varloua forts. The
lowest ones for potatoes were:
Fort Wright, 7to per 100 pounda; Fort
Wall Walla, 5o per 100 pounds; Fort
Stevens, 21.2t per 100 pounds; Fort
canDy, fi.ii per ui pounua, ion v
lumbla, $1.25; Fort Flegaway. lie; a
fort In Idaho, I1.2S; Fort Vancouver,
The fact that the United Btatea gov
- ernment la moat particular In eelectlng
the provisions furnished the troopers
gives rise to the impression that potato
prlcea are not very likely to show very
high prices at any period during the
present season. .-,.-., . .
Oaioa Prloea mala Batter wall.
For onlona the prlcea submitted in
the blda to supply the forts for atx
months were quite high. This again
llVr, UUC HI lUIUIEHIUIl .(,..
supplies ere not nearly aa great aa
. tlclpated and when the present glut is
- over the market will be more ateadv.
v However the Portland market la already
above those of any city on the coast and
nM a n 4m nflvtar- to meet
The prices submitted oa -onlona for
the varloua forts:
Fort Stevens. S3 per 100 pounda; Fort
Columbia, tl per 100 pounds; Fort
Canbyr42.40 pr 100 pound-- Fort-Wall
- Walla. $1.14 per 100 pounds and. Fort
. V.H.n.iir., t9 1A rr inO nnunda.
Bugs Market Tery Weak. .' '
. " Ttimrm la a nr. weak tone in the local
" sua-ar market. The recent declines ln.l
, values cost the market considerable
' business for everyone is at" present of
tho Impression that still lower values
. will prevail before long. For that rea-
son the trade la buylug fromhand ta
mouth. .'" ' . . . ., " " .
After the above report of the market
. i .!... A mnna.l 1 nfr
100 pounda. for all grades; the new val
ues taking effect at once. ; i
- Ola Hope aura jrinamg
Ther la again a demand for old hopa
at close to the flgurea listed by The
-Journal. -Several sales have recently
; been made, the deala being engineered
r "T by Ernest Wells of Ireland-Wells Co.
purchased the Interest of Mr. Ireland
and will conduct the firm under the pld
name. uunni mo tmmx - - --
purchased 10& bales of '06s from O.
Weldner and I0 bales of the Seavey lot
of the same growth. For the aame ac
count Mr. Welle has purchased 0 bales
of '07a from Ooble A Peters of Aurora.
' The hops were of choice quality, with
trlfa nnt, at at tH .
XrUf votea of alia Trade.
' Local fresh eggs are moving at JJHc
a doxen, with eastern fresh at 0e. and
cold atorage at asaiOc. Receipts of
' aaeUaa la nvabe. m I It sF. .
Chicken receipts are still very liberal
and soma cleanup are still reported at
iiHttki with the letter ortce ruling
in mna, inetences. Soma amall Bales
made as high aa Uo. .
rhaaa, Im attll V,TV AtllL
Cleanups of large lots of out of town
fancy butter are reported mnde as low
. aa iaa torts v. with small lota at $2 He
tLfawWAt altill anrt week.
Several cars of bananas are due 10
arrive either this afternoon or Bunaay.
. Dressed meats of all klnda will still
tirln ton values. Trade aays "send
K. .Ira,, '
" . Peaches are not moving very fast but
prices are atlll being held at former
figures. . . . ;
. Today'a Frbnt atreet prices:
Oral, now aad Tee. ' ' .
' . OTtATN BAOS Calcutta, to. large
Jots; small lota. ttte. -
WHEAT NewClub. lie; red Rus-
' elan 79c: bluestem. He: valley. I Ho.
' BAHLET New Feed, $22.BOtfM.0
per ton; rouea, .i.iff.t; Brewing,
., $2$ S0J4.00
RTK $1.6$ per ewt-
n.Td- New Proucera price -No.
1. 1 . ..AAA m. Inn! rrlv. 15 aft
- s-iAtTR Eastern Oregon patents.
. t4.R0; straights. $4.2$; exports, $3. 0;
- valley. $4.20 4 4.40; graham. Ua. $$.;
niiui, " ...... - r , .
. kl.. 1 AA .
MIL.L.STUFFS Bran, $17.00 per ton;
. middlings, $2S.00: shorts, country. $20;
city. $i: cnop, -
tr r Producer's price Timothy,
Willamette valley, fancy, $l(.00vl7.00;
ordinary. 2.2.00O14.00; eastern Oregoo.
21$00: mixed. $10.O010.6O; clover.
llOOll; grain. $14JH; cheat. $19 0
. i Em aad enltrv.
BUTTER FAT F. o. b. Portland
a..t r-Mm. llUr: sour. llWc. -
BUTTD.H -Iiy creamerjr, .Jti
. i FARMERS AKE BUSY
SAYS BILLY DRYER
' - ...... .. -.
e 'Ttiera la only a small local
. e demand for potatoes at thla time
- 4 because outside msrkata are too '
. e low In prlca. The recelpta . at
4 thla time ara not heavy because -4
farmers are loo busy with their
e farm work to bring potatoes to
- town, - .. , 1. .
'"Onlona ara hoidlng nulta well r
. 'at very high prlcea tha highest
4 .on tha coast . .
e Tha recelpla of poultry hnva
e been unexpectedly heavy during
e.the pnal few days and this has
4 .resulted In " a lowar rsng of
valuea. On account of the large
arrivals tha big buyers held alort'
from the market. I believe that
prices wilt be mora atesdy the
coming week; that I, If arrivals
are not too heavy." Itllly Dryer,
' of Dryer, Bullnm & Co.
RECEIPTS OF GRAFES
. HEAVY SAYS SCIIMALZ
- "Recslpta of grapes have been . e
vary heavy the past few days. -
Some of the fltitst tokaya ever
shipped to this market thla aea- e
son are oa display In Front
street today.' Concords are rath-
r plentiful, x T ' i "( r ""'
"Now la tha time t can buck- , e
leberries, aa tha priori about 4
aa low. aa they will be, thla aea- 4
eon and quality la wall above-
'. tha average. . ' -' a
. "Receipts of Sallway) peachea
are somewhat smaller today." '
Fred Bohmalx. with Pagi Son. e)
seconds. 22Hc; eastern. $2c: eUt
fancy, 8032W; seconds, 10 0$lc;
atote, Oregon, Hgiitlft - J
EOQ8 Extra fancy,, candid. $2H;
eft" tern ntorage, 28c .
CHEESE! Now Full crein, flata,
l(o per lb; Toung Americana, l7Ho per
POUtTRT Mixed. Vhlckeja. Hit
UHolb; faneytiens. 12 i I3e; (ooatera,
old, 10c lb; fryers, 14o: broilers,
14e lbr ducks, 14o lb; geess, old l0o
lb; turkeys, 11 &llo lb for old;aquabs.
$2.50 doa.; pigeons. $1.16 doa; tressed
poultry. lOlHO per lb. higher. I .
Hops, Wool amd Kldea.
HOPS 1007 crop Choice. $c;
rrlme to choice, TriQio; ordlntiy,
206. choice. 60. . . .L
WOpt- 196 clip Valley, 2(B21o;
easterh Oregon, - It 2 la .-. I
MOHAIR New 107 2 2tHo
SHEEPSKINS Shearing. l!Bt0c
each; short wool. 26 40c; medluni.ool,
$oa75o each: long - wool -1 6 1 1 deli.
TALLOW Prime, per lb, $V.Otc.No.
I an., grease. 2 20. . i -1
CHITTIM BARK $ 7a ,
Irroita and Tagetablea.
" POTATOES Fancy. $1.001.2 $11.
Ing; buying, white, $0tj$6o per aek;
sweets, 2Ho lb. - , - t
ONIONS Jobbing price Oregn,
$J.ooy$..i; buying, $1.2601.50; gadu,
70 lb. . I
APPLteS New, $L01.7S.
FRESH FRUITS Oranges, II.W
$.00; bananaa. (a lb: lemons. $4tft4.
kn- Km,, Ml-1 14 Dr 100: Dinett-
ples, $6.50(36.00 dos; grapes, 76o4ftl.il
Conoorda. lJUWloc: peaches, 76c4i$l.liJ
cantaloupea, $1.26; -- plums, . tQilli
watermelons, lUc; crabapplaa. . 2c II
Bartlett peara, $1.60 per , box; casabal
$2.0 Odox. ' ,
- VTriihrr ARI.RfU TurnlDS. new.. $0c(
beets, $1.64 per sack; parsnips. $1.00U
ii u: luhiMtn. lwlUo lb: tomatoes
Oregon, 40t$0c; beana, 22c; greenl
ffl nar lb: eaiillf lower. (It1.10 dual
oeaa. 6o; boraeradlsh. o lb; artichokeai
(6750 dos; green onlona, 16o per dos,
Deli peppers, sty ec per iu; nuuiuu.. i
tuce. it cox: cucumDers, numwu
a25e doi: radishes, 16c dozen btinehes;Un.eonda M. r
eggplant. 12Vio lb: graaa corn, 76c
sack, celery. J40ua . - -
wrooerlaa, JTata, IN. :
SUGAR Ctibe,-- $5.22 Hi powdered.
arrela. 10c: half barrels, 2e; aoxea.
$tta advanoe-oa- sack basis. J -
- (Above . prlcea are $0 daya net cash
COFFES a'ackaga brands, $16.ttO
2 . ...
BALT coarao nair xnranu.
12.e0 per ton; 60s. tl $.00; table, jalry
60s. $17.i0; 100s. $17.25; bales, n.t;
imported Liverpool, 60s. $20.00; luua.
es ana iub, h.dvi., .v'"" Kf. . r
rock, 220.60 per ton; 60-lb rook. $llu;
l Above Diicea apolv to sales of lesa
than car lota. Car Ion at apeclal prlcea
ubject to iiuctualionn
RICE Imperial Japan. No. 1. to; No,
. 6H6o; New Orleaaa.. bead, To;
AJax. 6c; Creole. o., . ,
HiaN8 Small white, $2.7$; large
white. $.5i pink, $M6; bayou. $.;
Llmnn, $4.60; Mexican reda. 4 He
NUT8 Peanuts. Jumbo. a4o per iu:
Virginia, 7 Ha per lb; roaated. lOn per
lb; Japanese. $j6Hc; -oaatad. 7H
per lb; walnuts, Calffornis, 17 Ho per lb;
plna nuts, 14(9160 per lb: hickory nut a,
lOo per lb: Brsxll nuts, lo per lb; fil
berts,- lo per id: inner ntcmui,
per lb: almonds. l021Hc.
Meats, run aa a rrovisioas.
mrRH micats Front street Hogs,
fancy, 1H per lb; large, 7o per lb;
veaU extra, o par lb; . ordinary.
Stye -per id; poor. r"1 w, h.,.wu,
w a a an mt lb. -
HAMS, BAtWlN, H-lVi rrilu paca.
flocal) ham r 10 to 1. lba,.ic per.;ot
14 to It lbs, 160 per lb; i to zu ids.
15c; breakfast x bacon. l6Ht22o per
lb; picnics, 10 Ho per lb; cottage roll,
i n. ih; ruul.r short clears un-
niri tin nar lb: smoked 12o oer lb:
clear backs, -jnsmoked, 12c; smoked. 13o
per lb; lmra ouita, J " is ios. un
smoked, 12o per lb) smoked. 12o per lb;
elear bellies., unsmoked. 11 Ho per. lb;
smoked 12 per lb; shoulder
11H per lb; shoulders, 1JH0
ilckled tongues, 7o each.
. 1.1 rin Wattle leaf. 10s. ISHC
per lb; pi
per lb; 6s. 2Ho per lb: 60-lb tins, 12e
per lb; steam rendered, 10e. 1340 per
lb; 6s, 12 par lb; compound. 10c,
FISH--Roclt cod, Ie per lb: flounders.
e per lb; halibut. $e per lb; atrlped
mon. fresh Cofumbla chlncoa. o per
lb; silvers, 7o per lb; herrings.
i. naa in? - in .a ma mmr id:
hvlmna. 1 f n l)F lb! DtrCh. tC
per 10; tomooa, to per id; luuaiia. i
nee lh: frenh mackerel. So per lb; craw
flah. 26e per dozen; sturgeon. lHc per
lb; black bass, 20o per lb; sliver ameit,
7o per lb; frosen shad, to par lb; black
cod, IHc per is. . A ,
OT8TERS -Shoal water bsv, per gal
inn. liiO: ner 100-lb aack. 26.00; Olym
pta. per gallon. i.u; per in-in
iftnncna tfi: laala. canned, too can; $7
doxen; eastern In ahell, $1.76 per hun
dred. ... . .
CLAMS Hsrneneii, per ixtx. i;
raaor clama. $2.00 per box; loo per doa
pajits. Goal OU. I to.
ROrBS Pure Manila,. 15c; standard.
COAL, Ol resri or i i-"'i
lHo per gif water wnne. injn- uuia.
10 per ga.; wgwi.ii, no sa.. uw
lieht. 170 deg eases. 21 Ho tcr gaL
UASOLINfcT dg caaee, 24 Ho par
gal; Iron bls. lo per gal.
BENZINE tldeg., cases, 2 So per gal;
Iron bbls. 2Ja par gat
TURPENTINE In casea, Ite per gal
wooden bb"". o per al.
WH1TK lifiAU on mis. J p pnr
- WIRE! NAILS Present basis at $2.20
par keg.-. ,
United Statea Government Bonds.
' New York, Sept. , 2$. Government
bonds I - . Bid. Asked.
Two", registered ....... .10! . 108
itn mjdoii .......... 104 10$
Threes, registered ...... 101H 101 V
do coupon ...10JW - 10JH
Threes, small Donas ....loija
Tis. Columbia. 2-5s. ...11IH
Kours, registered, nsv..-l't
do coupon i,...,.126
Tana Panama ....... ..106
Philippine Fours 10$ H
.New York Bank Statement.
New York. Sept J. Bank statement
Re-erve .... ....$ $2.75.r,J
do less U S. ... ........ . 1.4S,4
Specie ........ i .. . . . . 2JH8.60O
. ' . . . - a.. .AA "
iirvnin . . .i.,..w
a- f. .
Portland Bank Rtatemcnt
Clcarlnge tolsy ,$1.00.TR0.7S
(.o year ago
do year tiio
241. S2S 4
$5.07 H; berry, 6.&Ti orr granuiaieo.
16.67V.; Star. $5.47 V; con. i-iff-MVi:
ixtra B., $5.07 Vi; golden O., M-ijHj J
vailnw. 14.87 U: beat aranulated. 16.27 Hi
BULLS TO RUf
Pressure and Liquidation of
' Longs Lost Leaders In
Stocks Much of Price. ,
STOCK MARKET LOSSEa
cotton oil ,
Del eV Hudson..' 1
Erie , H
Missouri Pao. ..
NmL Lead tU
1. OE J. .
.... 4HNorthern Pac 1
Bt. Paul ...... N'Keadlna-
So. Parlfle...." HlU.,8. Steel.,,
Union Pacific., Hi do pfd.......
. STOCK MARKET GAINS.
Anaconda ..... ' U I People' a Oaa ;
Presa., Steel. Hi ' .
(Leased Wire Overbeck Cooke Co.)
-New York. Sept. 2$. The bears at
tacked tha atock market with their
old-time featurea, causing liquidation
and lower prlcea all alonsr tha list
There was not much newa of Import
ance, but the act on the market indi
cated a lack of support and with the
buying power very limited, tha bears do
not meet with muoh resistance. It Is
generally thought money rates will
harden-ever the first of the morth In
preparation of October first disburse
ments and as the New York banks ara
known to have loat considerable cur
rency to tha Interior, a poor bank state
ment was shown. There wss a sharp
gain In loans and a decreaae In depoalts.
The copper mines ara closing down
In view jot tha fall in the price of
The United Btatea Steel com nan v Is
closing down Its Bessemer mills in tha
Pittsburg dlstrlot. assigning as tha rea
aon the alleged scarcity of Bessemer
Subsidiary companiea of tha Amalga
mated Copper company are producing 15
to 40 per cent of their normal outDUt
ana runner curtailment may oo oraerea
imaL Cod. Co..
Am. car Fdy. ol
Am. Cot. OH o
Am. 1 iOco. a . .
jAm. Sugar o .
'AAm. Smelt, c . . .
101 Hrt nraf..,
Am. WooL o . ..
Atchison o .....
i ao preierrea...
0H I 0H
rooK. napia i r,
an. fie. o ....
n. Leath. e . .
M . VV .
& N. w. c...
es. & Ohio
il. F A I. c.
. ouu l ... c , , .
a ..... v. -
O 1st- Dfd .
R. G. c...
ie c .......
0 i p'A -
a -1st Dfd -
it S "I 107 10$
ai norm. p.
W K. ac T, pfd!
Nnitial Lead -
N. Ir-iric, c. .
P""-. 8. Co. .
do I pfd. ..
do 1 nM
rj. fcT s" c:
Rock I. c
B- L. H V.. Jn.
o prrtil .
T..S. M w .o.
Jn ke t "
1'. n. niky rv
it a ay.
,ToUl aal'or'di,, jsa.JOO ahareaf
Boal Copper Market.
2$. Copper bid prlcea:
Roval . .
ivenienmat ... 1
Run. A Pit.'
top. Mt. ..... $
Cop. Range. , 66 U
Daly Wes. .. 10V4
Mass. ........ lU
N. Butte .... 45U
Old Dom. .... IH
Cal. A Hec.
Oscenig . .
I'arrot . ....
united ....... 47 '
CJtsh , tiU
Nlppesslng . .... 1)2
Cal A AH,
CAUSE 0P( ADVANCE
ITOCK RUN. .
, 70 k ' 205
Portland Union S
ards, Sept. 2$.
Everything ot goo
amy is srtow
ha local yards.
Ing a very good tone
Mora are suarce an
la finding a ready i
la not wsnted.
"but poor atuff
Cattle ara firm at
and sheep are very
mu v a n .-, aw,;. .
A year ago tclay I prlcea
k.M .lanlv 1 prices
Official yard prices:!
liogs nwt ea-iern Von. tit MA
feed, . . in3K t.
..... v ...a,
llnga 6c l'p in . "
Chicago, Sept 28. Offutun. -Hog".
, . V Sheen
Chicago ....... 8.000 v- ttoa
Kansas City ... .26.000 i . 1"ioa
Omaha ........ .00
a 7fi ...... r A an,.
China fnta I1UA11I I
Cattle Bee eastern' Lnn ' steers.
$2.85 4.00; best cows anl,," " i, Va
r3 00; bulls, $1.752.01
Pheep Pest wetherl, .aa. . a.
mixed, 11.004.25; lambs1
Hogs sre a cents hlghei.
2.00; the receipts a yeaiU
t.ono. Mixed. $4 10( 7H: ? tt it
(i( (t; rough. $6.70 4 $.06; ll.Vou
Still Another Decline of 10c Ter Hun
dred rounds Noted in Sugar Market
Today Trade's Wants Very Small.
Decline In "WTieat Values at
Close After Good Open
Mora SVaLa Xa roi
"Western Oregon' and Western
WaahfhgtniwOccaalonal rain to.
night and Sunday; south to we(
wlnda. v ' ' ".
Eaatern Oregon, Eastern Wash-,
lngton and Idaho Rain tonight
or Sunday. , ' .
CHICAGO WHEAT VALUES.
- Sent. '21. Sent JT.-Iiea. 10t.
Sept $H H 1 72
uec ..... 100U . ,, 7H
May .....106H 106HB 7H
(Leased Wire Overbeck St Cooki" Co.)
Chicago. Sept 28. The wheat market
started good and steady at about the
aama values aa the closing yesterday.
The Liverpool strenxth and the a-ood
cash demand were the contributing fea
tures toward tha earlv strength, but
the bears soon gained control and
hammered values down.
Australian shipments for tha, week
were placed St 2(0,000 bushels, com
pared with $20,000 buahela laat week
and 440,000 bushels a year ago.
The reaction toward the close which
cost tha market H to lo a bushel wss
due to the heavier , arrivals of cash
atuff than expected.
uriiciai pricea: .
- . WHEAT. '
. Open. HI ah. Low.
Sept, ....... tiv. (& 0641
Ieo. 100 100H
May 106 10"a 10S
fuly ....... 101H 101H 101
$1H 62 V
Sept. 1220 1290 1290 1290
Oct 1400 1405 1390 1S90
Jan. 1642 1646 1620 1620
sept,' to? 907 tot tor-
Oct. ........ 910 - tlO 906 07B
Jan. $90 190 182 28$
Ill 111 111
825 $27 81$
$06 807 797
Liverpool Grain Market.
I LtTerpoot,"Septr jr.-Omelal lr14ei; t
Sept. IS. Seat 27.
Sept , 7s 9Hd 7a tHd
Dec 7allHd 7sllHd
Maroh ts lHd 8a i
ta tHd . 8a td
.ta IHd .tr id
EAGLE'S WEST STILL
(Leaaad Wire Overbeck A Cooka Co.)
Ban rrancisco. sept, is. Bid prices:
. OOLDFIELD8 DISTRICT,
Sandatorm 40c. Mohawk $14. Columbia
Mt too. Jumbo $$.20A. Jumbo Ext $1.$(.
Pennsylvania. lo, Kendall 21c A, Booth
2 Sc. Blue Bull 24c, Adams 8c, Silver
Pick 42o, Msy Queen 10c. Nev. Boy 6c,
B. B. Ext. to. Blue Bell 12c. Dixie 6c.
O. Columbia 2 Sc. Hlbernla 4, St Ivea
ftfc, conqueror 10CA, Blk. Kock lo. Lona
Star 17c. O. Wonder 2c. Potlach 40cA.
Oro ItcA. Kendall Ext. 1c, Sandat Ext
10. Mayne 40, Atlanta 140, ureat Bend
29c Simerone 11c A. Empire 80. Red Too
Ext. 19c, Florence $3.80, Dlam'f. B. B.
Con. 20c, Q. Daisy $1, Commonwealth
7c A, Comb. Fract. $1.55, Or. Bend Ext
10c Or. Bend Anx. 8cA. Mlllstorm 1 6c
B. B. .Bonanza 60. Kewanos 40cA. Es
meralda lOcA. Portland 18c, Cracker
Jack 12c, Red Hill 25c, Mohawk Ext.
7c. Lou Dillon 8c X. Tlrer 17c. Grand
ma llo, S. Pick Ext 4c, T. Rose 60,
CoL Mt Ext 4cA. Ooldf. Cona $4.27 H.
Dlam'f. . Triangle 16c.
Onhlr $1.55. Mexican ttc. Oottld
Curry $lc. Con. Virginia 87o, Savage
88c. Hale Norcross 98c. Tellow Jack.
et $2.60, Belcher 47c, Confidence $1.10,
Sierra Nev. 71c. Union 660,
Original 4c Pullf. M. C. llcA. MonL
Bullf. 2c, Nat Bank 10c, L. Harris lc,
Amethyst 16c. Gold Bsr 46c. Steinwav
tcA, Denver Buf. Ana. to, Bonnie Clara
ISO. Mayrl. Cona. Z(c Monty. Ohio Ext
60. O. Scepter $c, Monty.. Mt 9cA,
Tramp Cona 20c, victor 2c, North Star
tcA, Bunaet 4c
Ton Nev. 210. Mont. Ton. II it. Ton.
Ext $1.45, MacNamara 27c, Midway 77c
Ton Belmont 2c. Ton. No Star. !
Ohio Ton. 2c West End. Cons. (0c, Res
cue rc j on. at .anx e, uoiaen Anchor
8c, Jim Butler (2c, Ton, Cash Boy 8c,
Ton. Home 6oA, Monsrch Pitts. Ex.
cA. Mont. Mid. Ext. tc. Golden Crown
Manh Cons. 40rA. Manh. M. Cn teA
a. Wedge 2c, Seyler Hump 8c, Dexter
uca, ju joe ica, crescent zc, t omblna
ion 11c Oranny llcA. Mustana- llcA.
Little Orev 10c. Oowbov 4oA Orlar
Manh. 7e. Broncho 7eA. Plnenut ic.
Buffalo lc. S. Dog tc, T. Horse 2c, In
dian Camp tc
. j VARIOUS DISTRICTS.
Fairy. Sliver King IScA, Falrv. Eagle
1.00A. Plttsbure- Silver Peek It. 10. No
Ptar Wonder 6cA, Eagle's Nest 87c,
Ruby Wonder 2 4c A, Alice . of Wonder
' New York Cotlon Market; . '.
New York. Sent. 28. Cotton futtiroa
closed atesdy, 6 to I points up; spots
New York-London Silver.
- New -York. Sept 28. Bar allver,
$7 Ho; London. $1 2-10d.
New Tork Cotton Market. .
. . .
From Cathollo Standard and Times.
"Funny thing sbout Dudley, lie said
he needed a little whiskey because he
was run down."
"Well, wasn't he' run down T"
"I don't know about , that, but I do
know he waa run In."
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OUT OF THE COOP
Alleged Cracksman at Eosc
burg Detected in Nick
. (Special rxepah ta The JoexaaL)
Roseburg, Or., Sept 28. Harvey Mar
tin, tha alleged, aafe-cracksman, who
waa arrested at Grants. Pass about 10
daya ago and brought to Roseburg to
await trial, waa caught la the act of
breaking jail last evening. Ha la one
of the two men suspected of blowing
the safe In the Owl saloon at Olendale
on the night of September 14. His at
tempt to gain hla freedom waa made by
digging through the brick wall, which
Is atxut 10 Inches thick.
Martin waa accidentally overlooked
by Deputy Sheriff, Stewart when be
locked the prlaoners In their cells last
night. - By means of two or three case
knives and an old spoon he was making
rapid progress toward freedom when an
a soiuier doing time in the upper
Jail heard the noise and gave the
to r. w. milara. ex-snerur. snd
now a police officer, who
waa on his
war home about 9:20.
1U lard left the old man ' on guard
While he summoned Deoutv Sheriff H.
C. Slocum, who er rived lust aa Martin
was working on the outer layer of brick.
Slocum had no trouble In placing Mar-
uo in ine eieei cell, wnere mere , is no
possible chance for escape.
, Would Save Treed Others. -
There were three other prisoners In
tha Jail at the time, and they are sus
pected of having been In on tne deal
from the fact that as they were es
corted to their cells after supper two
of them stood close together so that
tha sheriff could not see Martin, who
was between the two steel cages, and
when tha door closed wss left In the
open corridor on tha outside next to
the brick walL
An attempt waa made to break the
locks on the steel cage, and It la thought
that If Martin had made good In bta at
tempt to escape he would have assisted
the other three men to their freedom In
the corridor before his departure.
The other prisoners are B. Vlckers,
charged with unlawful cohabitation, and
two transients held on a charge of hav
ing broken into a bos car and stolen
D. W. Miller, tha old soldier, a civil
wsr veteran, waa sentenced to sla
months in the county Jail for having ob
tained a pension fraudulently. He waa
not under lock, however, and waa al
lowed to occupy a room In tha upper
atory of the jail, from which place he
heard tha attempted Jallbreaker at work
for over two hours before he gave the
alarm, i.s says there had been unusual
hammering In the Jail ever since Mar
tin was brought here. It was probably
Martin's object to create soma disturb
ance all the time until his chance came,
ao that ha might not be detected.
JAJIIIILL'S SCHOOL -, .1.
FAIR ENDS HAPPILY
(taaeUI Dlapatck te The Jaem.l.V -
McMlnnvllla. "Or., 'Sept 21. The sec
ond annual Yamhill county school fair
and atock ahow closed last night amid a
ahower of confetti. This wss the only
time during the fair when confetti waa
allowed to be sold. Although the show
ers made the weather disagreeable yet
several thousand people were on the
grounds oil day. Every Incoming -train
had Its "qiiOtaThd"" hundreds ol .. rlga
crowded the livery bams. .
The musical part of -the afternoon
program was furnished by the Con
servatory of Muslo of McMlnnvllla col
lege, there being several solos besides
the selections rendered by tha Girls'
Olee club. The speakers were ex-Senator
F. W. Mulkey and Congreasman
n. u. nawiey. ajr. iiawiey s address,
after a short account of hla efforts in
oenair 01 ms district, wss principally
patriotic, as It wss G. A. R. snd Spanish-American
War veterans' dsy.
Tha pisno given by the Ellers piano
house of Portland to the school district
having tha best exhibit was awarded to
tha Dayton publlo achools. Much time
and effort had been devoted to this ex
hibit. After t p. m. everyone threw
confetti and thua Yamhill's second school
YOUNG BIL1KEMAN IS
- KILLED UNDER TRAIN
. Tacoma, "- Wash.. Sept. 21. Frank
Doyle, aged 1, a Northern Paolfla
freight brakerAari" was almost Instantly
killed In the Northern Pacific yards here
early tbla morning while coupling care.
Doyle's foot slipped and ha fell, the
wheela cutting hla body In two. His
father la a conductor and Uvea In Ta
coma. , .
New Fence Contracts.
The Eaat Portland Fence and Wire
works has completed the fencing of
Hawthorne park. Tha fence la five feet
high with five wlrea running through
It. 1.000 feet In all, a substantial and
sightly fence. Another fence which
they have finished la on the property
of Elijah Corbett on Sandy road, where
he Intenda to build. The fence ta tRO
feet long of combination crimped atecl
wire and wood, with -two sets of gates
three and one-half feet high, and 12
-J"'1' The East Portland Fence
and Wire works has , also an order to
put up 1.000 feet of four-foot five-wire
picket fence at Milwaukle.
OR WOMEN ONLY
Dr. Sandsrson'a Compound
RnvlB and Cotton Root Pllla
Tha best and only reliahla
rmlr for DELATED PER-
il. K 10 Price 22
per box. mailed In plain wrapper. Sold
5 J,.r"E'",a everywhere. Address T.
J. PIERCE, ltl First st.. Portlsnd. Or.
While T might with equal success turn .
my attantlon to the cure of all bodily
ailments, I feel safer In confining my
practice to the dlseaaea that have
claimed my entire time and energy in
mastering for the paet 2t years. My
methods of treating men are a result
of any awn study snd experience. They
sre the methods that have msds me a
successful specialist and ara practiced
by aa physician othsr than myaalf.
MY FEE IN SIMPLE CASES
Improper treatment of contracted dis
eases can easily bring loss of power.
An examination reveala this very cause
In a large .portion of the esses of weak
nesa. Lingering Inflammation center
. Ing In the prostate gland la sure to
result in disordered functions, and the
condition will never be corrected until
the inflamed and swollen gland la re
stored to Its normal a tat". 1 thorough
ly cure every contracted disease t
treat. . Tha remedies 4 employ sre
known to myself alone, snd no other
physlclsn has . yet produced equally
prompt and thorough cures.
Varicocele, Hydrocele, peclflo Blood
Fotsoa, Piles and gtrlotnre are Included
la tha list of diseases X care.
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Be a Perfect Mam
Did you aver stop to consider tha fact that yon ara not aa good a
man as you used to be; physically, "mentally and otherwise? Do you
know whyT Falling power, loss of vitality and drains are the most
, frequent cause. It stands you in hand to atop those drains on your
very vital force Itself. o to a specialist who can cure these ailmenta
quickly and surely. - Coma to m . : ,. ..
szxk nxy wstzaui r xs cxbtaut to ma rotnro.
This Institution has built tip Its splendid practice more by tha
recommendations given It by its PERFECTLY SATISFIED PATIENTS,
who have received the benefit of its modern, scientific and legitimate
methods, thsn in any other way. If you are not a perfect man come
to ut. Isn't It worth the little time it will take when you are CERTAIN ,
that you will have the benefit of HONEST. SINCERE physicians. A
-consultation costs you nothing EXCEPT your own time.
tl Taara Bzperleaea.
We cure safely and promptly WEAKNESS, LOST MANHOOT. BPER.
MATORRHOEA, BPEC1FIC BLOOD POISON IN ALL, BTAOES. VARI-
EOCELE, HYDROCELE, QONORRHOEA, QLEBT, OR ANY OF THB
1SEA8E8 COMMON TO MEN. Personal attention given' all paUenta
WE CURE WEAKNESS
Thla la to men who lack courage, whose nerves ara shaky, whose
eves have lost the sparkle, whose brains are muddled. Ideas confused.
sleep restless,- confidence gone, spirits low and easily depressed, who
sre backward, hesitating, unable to venture because they are afraid of.
failure, who want somebody ta decide for them, who are weak, run
down and restless. It is to men who have part or all of these symptoms
and want new life, new energy. We especially solicit those cases In which
- many so-called treatments have failed, or where money has been wasted
on other methods of treatment. Don't experiment when our direct method
off era a certain meana ot cure by local treatment,
WE CURE VARICOCELE
Varicocele causes congestion of tha blood in some of the moat vital
blood vessels of man. It cauaes a dull, heavy, listless feeling, which Is
often mistaken for nervous debility or general decline. Varicocele re
sults from partlsl paralysis of the delicate nerve fibers that control local
circulation of the blood. The muscular coating or the veins Is deprived
of nervous control and become Inactive, vreakena and relaxes. The blood
vessels expend from tha pressure within. The circulation becomes slug
gish and clota form In little nooke and pockets that constantly enlarge
aa the relaxation continues.
Wa have cured thousands of complicated eases where others have
failed. Our offlcea are well appointed and equipped with the most mod
ern appliancea and tha lateet Inventions eseentlsl for tha proper and
up-to-date treatment and cure of apeel al dlseaaea.
You may consult us privately In confidence. Yon will ba examined
In a thoroughly scientific manner and our diagnosis and advice will ba
cheerfully given to you absolutely free of charge. After thla if you de
sire to bs treated wa will cure you and make you well and atrong as
yew aaight to be.
No matter what your ailmenta ara. call or' write to us today, stating
your case plainly In your own way, and receive the benefit of a modern,
aklllful diagnosis. All letters answered In plain, sealed envelopes.
OFFICiS HOURS t a. m. to p. m.; evenlnga, 1 to 1:20; Sundays.
I l n. to 11 noon. .....
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WHY MY CURES ARE
Because the methods I employ meet
even the most mlants details of those
aliments to which they apply and ara
readily modified to meet the reoulre
menla of Individual casea. Because my
treatment Is ample, aolsntifle and thor
ough, my cures sre eomalate and laat.
lag, and my patients here no relapses,
for the same reaaon I am usually sble
to cure In xanek Issa time than Is com
monly required In obtaining but par
8o long ss physicians continue along
the old lines of treatment ot this dis
order, men will continue to be dlnap-
folnted time and again In their efforts
o obtain a cure. 1 have found that
disorders entirely local are responsible .
for premattireneaa, loss of power, etc.,
and that there Is pot even the slight
. est possibility of obtaining a cure
through use of Internal remedies. My
treatment la directed toward t'e re
moval of all abnormal condition
throughout the orgnna lnvolve.1. an. I
do not fall In a einale In. lance t re
store complete and permanent activity
of all the functions.
1 offer eonsnltatlon free either st my
ofitre or by mail, and eirk eiwave it;..
to ramlr any aavle tfct m.y r-e fc. i,.
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