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HE:. OREGON DAILY JOURNAE, PORTLAND. WIIDIJTSDAY EVZNIIJO. CCZCZZr. 2. IIZ7.
OREGON GOLD IS
No Cocaine-Ko Gas
Our sucaesa la du to uniform high
grade work at reasonable prices.
ARE NOW GOOD
HERE WOULD PAY
TIIE SUPKEMACY OP THE STYLE3 ' WE HANDLE has never beerf eriouslr
questioned. Not content with the artistic productions of Brandegee," Kincaid i &
Wood clothes, which . we control exclusively for this city, we show our own Chi
cago iSpecials and the world-renowned College clothes made by Singer & Sons, thus placing
side by side the fine, finer and finest creations of America's foremost maker3, and giving
our patrons a range of choice impossible in stocks of lesser magnitude. .There, never was
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-.Merchants Are Paying Their
Consumption of 7 the Sweet
Financia Institutions East
Bills as Fast as.Thcy
Become Due, ' .
. Grains Would Make Be- -Li
.. ; finery Profitable. ; ;
'BBssgBaaBsgsaaBBBSa -' '' " " .
WOULD SIMPLIFY ;
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SoU Jn Vicinity ,9t Portland . Well
Adapted to Production- f Sugar
.: Beet Factory Her would Cut
. Out Rta. J I.'.-;'...,
of Mississippi Offer Good
L Interest for Short Loans. ,
And those afflloted with Heart weakness
can bow have their ' teeth axtraoted,
filled ' and brldgework applied without
a time before in this store s history when stocks were so thoroughly complete as now.
th lat pain or danger.
Hie Ctao Spccid-Sulls
TOLU3IE OF TBADE IS
, r OX THE INCEEASE
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.Kotable Indication of Good Time If
v That Jewelers " Are Looking For-
ward to a Very Prosperous Hoik
V; day. Sewon. ,u;,. ; 4 ,
GB0WINO COUtfTBY IS
; MAKING NO OFFERS
PAINLESS EXTRACTION S .50
it KARAT CROWNS .......... . 5.00
BRJDOH WORK 5.O0
OUR BEST PLAIN PLATO 8.00
Top Cc:.j, Ovcrcorj, Ocincocls
Comprise all the richest weaves and all the newest modes Amer
ca s woolens, fashioned by America's leading tailors sold , by
Portland's leading clothing store at America's lowest price.
Lien's J12.S3 cni $15 Suits, Rdrecosb. E(c
September Is Showing Greatest Crop
Movement of Vears and Country
. Bank Draw Heavily on City Do
poaitorleg. " ,' ''':'.
la a recent Issue of th Wall Btreet
Journal ta printed a vigorous denial of
th report ent out from New Tork that
; mercantile collection, ar alow, and
that the strtng-eney ta money la begtn-
, nine to have an unfavorable influence
upon general trade condition '
; "U in not true. ay the Hew Tork
'papT, "that mercantile collection! are
.low. The report to the contrary must
be due to the fact that on of the Urge
merchant of the country who, baa al
waya made it a practice of being alow
in making payments, baa, owing to hie
exteunive real estate operations, been
Intensifying thla fault, and paying
sometimes In 0 and 80 day bill that
ahould have been paid In ten daya.
though no one doubt the soundness of
' his business. -
- Good as Xart Tesjt. T
"Painstaking- inquiry in mercantile
circles of New Tork shows that in the
vast majority of case collections are
ss mood, or nearly so, as they were last
' year at this time. It should not. how.
.ever, be understood from thla that the
monetary conditions are not" felt in
trade. They are felt, but so far.as can
te ascertained the effect thus'far In
err goods and kindred trades ie that
there, are fewer anticipations of maturi
ng than , has beea the case in the
"The merchants ar paying their
Mils when they become due, but they
are not paying them in advance and
taking ths discount. Moreover, there
is a distinct note of conservatism run
ning through ail the reports made by
the New York merchants. There la a
fiistinrt recognition of the money mar
ket conditions, snd in many cases a be
lief that ths depression in Wall etreet
must necessarily, sooner or later, com
municate Itself to general trade. There
is not a little anticipation of a con
traction in the volume of business next
year, and in some cases actual meas
ures have been taken by the merchant
Jn anticipation of such a contraction.
. "There Is, however, not a single note
cf pessimism to be found in all the
.tatementa made by the leading mer
chants In New Tork. Their reports
dhow that buelneos condition Are In a
. Mrong position. The volume of. busi
ness Is now. and has been alnre Janu
ary 1, In excess of last year, with gen
erally increased profits. The products
of cotton mills are sold ahead, some of
thrm as far as October, ltOS. It Is true,
however, that In a few Instance the
merchants report that, while they are
liuaily employed filling- in orders made,
far in advance, their fresh sale are
rather small. In the grocery trade
there hasn't been a -better year than I
this, and the only cloud upon the situa
tion now is the scarcity of goods and
the fear that Wall street conditions will
gradually affect general business.
Jewelers la mappy1 Xooo.
"One of tbe moat remarkable situa
tions is that which exists in the Jewel
ry trade. This is a business of luxury
and is generally ths first to ahow any
lgns of bard times. Yet this trad I
nw, and has been for the past two
jenrs. experiencing the most prosperous
conditions in a gnneratlon. Collections
are. indeed, indifferent, but this ia a
business In which collections ar al
ways slower than In other branches of
"The Jeweler r looking forward to
prosperous holiday sesson, - The pros
perity in their trad is undoubtedly In
great measure due to the growing
eau& or too west, and also to the new
jro.eentv of the wage-earning class.
A part of the high wage earned by
working men I going Into the buying
- "I suffered habitually from sonatina
tlon. Doan's Kegulets relieved and
Strengthened the bowels, so that they
fiave been regular evsr since," A. hi
jjavn, grocer, euipnur springs, Tex.
riLOT BOCK STRONG
; OX, WTEB APPLES
fgpHai Dlmatrk ts Tbe ersal.t
Pendleton, Or.. Oct. 1. The town of
S'lioi kock, wnica maoe aucn an eiao-
f irate showing at the district fair here
ast week, will make an exhibit at the
romtng fair at 'Walla Walla. An es
pecially large and choice exhibit of
winter apple will bs sent - to Walla
rwalla, .. .
If you really are sincere In your de
sjire to better your financial condition,
Fall at room til Couch building.
Some men art born kicker. ,"
'',.' Some learn to kick. '
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Some have kicks thrust upon .
' them. " j T' t; . , '
But if there were no kickers
we'd all become slaves; slaves
to Standard Oil,' railroads, ex- '
press companies and tbe trusts.
Kickers , always "welcome tt "
. . cur Ftpre, t .1.--."- -
' Our l'tl clothing in quality, tn :
, style and price will satisfy even
the chronic kicker. .; . I ,
IC'j and ICS Third Su
Mohawk BuiMing. .
V r?r nut .HjJL uj..i per '
Portland aa tha hub of business ac
tivity of tha Pacific coast Is tha proper
place for the establishment of a can
sugar refinery, -coordlng to flnanolal
lntsreat. -Thla city U the canter of a
vary wide territory and distributing
rate from' her would, therefor be
cheaper than from other cities.
Sugar handler say that Cortland
territory consume a aufftclent .amount
of augar annually to mak the estab
lishment ot a can augar refinery very
profitable. The augar could be Just'
a easily brought to thla city as to
San Francisco and the steamers or
ship bringing the cargoes could receive
a sufficient return load to maka ths
shipment highly profitable.
The establishment of a augar refin
ery in this city would grsatly simplify
the distributing of sugar all through
the Faclflo northwest and down Into
ths California line. With tha establish
ing of such a lin the freight charge
between thla city and California would
be cut out because the shipments of
raw stock could be made a cheaply
to this city as to ths present, refineries
In California. A refinery in thla city
would likewise be a benefit to the trade
here because supplies could be more
easily and promptly delivered than they
can at present because ot the long haul
over the mountains from Ban Francisco
If coming by rail and tha tedious de
lay If coming by steamer because of
the lack of facilities.
The proposed refinery would like
wise be a benefit to the trada of the
Paclflo nortwsst Inasmuch aa it would
allow thsm to carry smaller supplies
than they do at present and yet be in
a much batter position to supply their
trade than they would If shipments
had to be mad from Ban Francisco.-
A beet sugar refinery would like-,
wis be a paying Investment in thla
city according to the local trad be
cause in a large city like Portland the
labor to rup a plant could be more
easily secured. This refinery would
pay even better than the cane establish
ment because the beets could be raised
very close to this city: thus Insuring
a very large market right at the very
door of the sugar production from the
raising of the beets to the time the
Eroduot la sacked and ready for mar
ft This would in all probability stim
ulate the beet sugar industry to a great
extent. 1 . i
Every year there I aa Increasing
Volume of beet sugar cansumed ss
well aa produced, hence the necessity
for more refineries, and one located
nearer the demand. -No better place
could possibly be secured for tha crow
ing of the beet than the Immediate vicin
ity or Portland -and experts say the
soli here has proven wonderfully rich
for the culture of sugar beets. It la '
stated thai samples .. or . ugar beeta
raised In this vicinity have a higher
percentage or lOgar than elsewhere.
From a business point of view bus
iness men of Portland claim ther Is
no reason why such a plant should not
be established either- In the heart of
tn city or in the suburbs; right on
ths railroad lines where th very best
"of transportation can be secured to
any pan or me country. with such
a plant In operation the sugar seller
of th northwest, would be saved in
terest on me money that would other
wise be tied no in a sufficient amount
of augar to allow them to supply their
trade until more shipment could be
securea irora in soutn.
MAKES CIG INCREASE
Great Northern Plans' to
Forestall Freight-Car .
v , Shortage. . . ;
Sine .March L. l0f th Great NnrtK.
ern railway ha increased th number
Of It engine by 41 per cent and has
added 16,000 freight cars to tt equip
Th above a t tern en t ws mads hv
Louis W. Hill, president of the Oreat
Northern, while on a recent visit to
New York. Continuing. Mr. Hill said,
"whatever freight congestion there mnv
be this coming fall and winter will
not be due to an Insufficient supply
of car and engines. Last year's con-
loauva wwb iiui vuv 10 mil CSUS SO
rar aa our roao waa concerned. Mv
observation I that about every 10 years
w encounter a fierce winter and then
no amount of precaution avail to keep
the line clear.
"During the past season, that la ths
summer months, we 'have handled mora
than twice as much coal as a year ago,
although local consumers hav not yet
laid In supplies aa lare-elr ss thev
should." . ' .
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Westers Zxploratloa ft Dredging Oo.i
Teats I how mien 0 ravel Deposit and
Work Win B Pushed JUpidly 7or-
What now give promts of - being
Oregon' greatest industry, dredging the
banka. beds and benchea of her aurifer
ous itrMmi end thl- rihntvla fn-
gold, I now supplanting In interest!
nrwir -rery uiner iins oi asveiopmenu
Burnt river and its many tributaries,
th seen of rich gold discoveries back
in those palmy day when no man
worked gravel from which he Could not
readily pan at least tt a day. and when
the opening of enormous pockets, was a
matter of common experience. Is coming
now Into its rightful supremacy. These
prophetic word of Waldemar Llndgren,
In th United Btates geological report
pf lot: "The Blue mountains abound
In physlographle problems, many of
them still unsolved, and a rich field here
remains for future development," are
now being realised. ' The development
"!s ."?"' The -Western Exploration
A Dredging company, Jit-Couch build
ing, officered by well-known Oregonlana,
hss Tor some time been working quietly,
making tents of large boldlnaw all along
Burnt liver and now furnish proof of
gold in quantities that will pay fabu
lous profits. That the most conserva
tive business men In Portland are tak
ing stock In thla company Is sufficient
evMence of th practicability ef their
Dr. T. J. Lloyd.
Veterinary surgeon and dentist. has
enennd a new veterinary hospital at 114
North Htxln street, near the I'nion
depot. The doctor Is thorough , in all
branch" of the profession. II pays
particular attention to ths treatment of
dor and operative surgery, Telephones
A-142, Wain lOlt.
Eastern banker ar now looking to
tha Paclflo coast for money, and In
vestors who hav usually been looked
for In th east to plao their aurplua
cash In Paclflo ooast realty are easting
about la western financial circle to
feel th pula of the money markets. It
I said that th strength pf th coast
today tn money matters la felt more
strongly - throughout tb country than
One eastern industrial concern whose
million hav heretofore com from be
yond th - Mississippi river for Invest
ment west of that waterway write to
a Paclflo ooast banker Ilk thla:
"W ar In th market for some
money at this time, and can take soma
from yon at f Vi per cent per annum for
four or six month. If that la your
pleasure," : .
It is said tha coast ha much monav
but not enough for Its growing needs,
and that all It ha will be required for
local development use.
"September 1 usually. Ilk August, a
waiting month. Bom year Invest
ment picks up in September, but not al
ways, depending on relative conditions,"
said E. La, Thompson of Hartman A
Thompson. "Thla year ther ta on hand
the heaviest crop movement In the his
tory of th northwest. It is a hsavy
drag on th bank and th country
banks, ar drawing heavily on the city
banka. These ar not what one could
call dull times, but simply walling for
events- of th Immediate future to
transpire. Aa soon aa th great crop t
released to foreign shipment ther will
be great quantltlea of money afloat. In
addition to the unusually large yield,
the price of wheat la St cents, and
therefore it requires nearly IS per cent
more money than; ordinarily to handle
It" '., , ;
It I said there has . not been any
very heavy Individual Investment of
outalde capital made ia the city or state
during the last month, although a great
aggregate sum of small Investment
hav flowed-In. along usual channels.
Th waiting game is evidently being
played by outsider as well as .those
here on th ground. - '
Portland bank clearing for th week
ending today were approximately
7,000,00(1 aa compared with ft.24.1S7.IS
for the same week a year ago. The In
crease of about 17 per cent la much
smaller than the rate of increase that
has been recorded by the Portland
clearing house moat weeks of the cur
rent year. Borne week th gala ha
reached 40 and 46 per cent. -.
Little Liver Pills.
Mutt Bear Signature of "
Try aaaall aaA'a
F0I TCMD Li VU. .
FCI SALLOW SKI I.
vxjrw siisi mm iswwea.
CURI SICK HEADACHE.
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O. K. WENTWORTH
F. H. ROTHCHILD..lst
- . . , , JOHfi-
O.- K. WENTWORTH. President,
President ' Portland Lumbar Co.
CHARLKS S. Rl'SSELU
Ient A Russsll, Lumber.
Ulrertor Commerclsl Bank,
HUlsboro. . ' . ,
P. '. BRHMBT. ' ;
-.'-Agent Blodget Co.. lytd. '
' Director Booth-Kelly Lumber Co.
DR. K. A. J. MACKENZIE,
Chief Surgeon of the Oregon
Railroad A Navigation Ca
I th greatest Invention In modern dn-
tlstrr and ha been moat successful of
aju Bsatnoo. -
W extern) to all a special Invitation
to call at our office and have their teeth
examined free of charge.
W own and control the largest and
best equipped dsntal establishment in
th world, having Just opened an office
in Aston, mating us u oinoe ail told.
W glv a writtan guarantee with all
work for It year. Lady attendant
Open Tntng till t:10. Sunday I to L
Chicago Painless Dentists
; kxtx euro wASstnroTOv.
'Be ur you ar tn th right place.
& TRUST CO.
' OPEN ON SATtTRDATS FROM
li.lt TO If. Ki
s ... ' .' .
AND : ON SATURDAY EVENINGS
, . FROM -f, TO O'CLOCK.
SLd! 4 1!TCgEST
Oa- Saving Accounts," Interest Com
pounded Sami-Annually. .',
- WE VAY 20fa ON DAILY
- Balance f Check Account. '
' OJTICERB: i
J. THORBTJRN ROBS - Preldat
GEORQB K. HILL . . Vice-President
T. T. BUItKHART ' - Treasurer
TSO. B. AITCHiaON -1 Secretary
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240-244 iWMhlaston Street
- (Corner Iseoad) .' ' V'
PORTLAND. OREGON V
"Aa East Rid Bank for Eaat Sid
'. , , , Peopl." ' s
The. .: J.
Commercial Sayings Bank
KVOTT AJT9 WTT.T.TtaTS ATM.'
A bank that look after the
needs and requirement of each
individual customer, . f
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CHECKING ACCOUNTS and
Interest at 4 per cent en SAV
INGS ACCOUNTS from tl.00 up.
Oeorg W. Bate. ..... .President
J, S. Blrrel Cashier ,
and Lumbermens Bank
Corner Second and Stark Streets
' PORTLAND, 'ORE.
CAPITAL STOCK, $250,000.00
.President , - H. D. STORT. .. .....Assistant Cahlsr
Vice-President ? PIATT A PUATT. . . .. .Oeneral Counsel
A. KEATING, Id Vle-Prldeat and Caahier.
r OEOROS a BINGHAM. -Attorney,-
Vice-President Bank ot Wood
burn; Woodsura, Oregon. r
LLOTD J. WENtWORTH. ' '
Vice-President Portland Lara '
her Co. - -
3. E. WHEELER,
Becjeurr Wheel.r Timber C.
Irtzitztt. KlacslJ & WtoJ Prt-
Suits, Overcoats and Cravenettes,
20.00 TO $30.00
Special Uoaey-SaYtej Cflerls;' Kea'i Csdrmtsf. Silrts.
tha High Rent
( , - '..-r V- - '. .
y District. .
A Boaretag and Da
School tor Toung Men ana
Preparation for so!
lege, U. S. Military aa
Maral Aa4mle. - - Ac
credited t Stanford.
Berkeler. Cornell, Am
herst and all Ststs Unl
yersltle and Agricultural
Colleg-ea Manual train
ing. Buslnese , eourse.
Th principal has had tt
? rears' experience la Port,
and. Comfortable uar
tare, Bast enrlronaenta
Make raserratleti new.
for Illustrated catalog
and ethar Uleratur ad.
i. W. C1LL. nr D..
Vrlastsal sad Propiutoa
TXZD tt ROTHCHILD.
First Vice-President, ,
. President Rothchlld Bros.
JOHN A. KBATING.
. Beoond Vice President and
Cashier. , i . .
ROBKRT T. PLATT.
Piatt A Piatt. Attorneys.
: Vlre President Peninsula
Bank, u Johns, Oregon.
H..IX 8TORT, Assistant Caahlsr.
U J II V
An Interesting .
h Contrast tht servicer of the individual trustee,"
confronted daily with his own affairs if a: successful
man, with that of the corporate trustee that makes
a business of such work h.:.V';''''..',,'; 'Xl'
- Verify the statement that the shrewdest . and
most successful men in the East are employing trust
companies to care for and dispose of their estates,
rather than leave them to the uncertain and ex
pensive probate administration. '' : ;
..Tlenjet:'.v4vise,with you atto the jest
method of carrying out your desires, ; :
You can consult lis freely by personal interview
or by correspondence. 1 , 'v ,
Trust Company ;
' - ' lVt WASHINGTON STREETS ' , ;
CAPITAL ttilLY PAID v- $150,000.00
J. Frank Watson. . , ...... .. ...... . .... .President
' l JL L. Durham .. .... . ...... kVfcePrealdent .
, W. XI. Fear. .,.,..'....,...."..,,,,,, .Secretary
S. C. Catching...... .......... Assistant Secretary '
, O. W. T, Muellhaupt.,, Cashier 1?
WBM Um Pace.
our new policies offer all that is best in
life Contracts either to buy or sell. , ,
LoW r,?c.n-Pcrtici?2L:2 Hates High Cash Vate
SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO RELIABLE ACTIVE AGENTS.
Apply JTSSZ Sb SXABP, SCaaaget of Aats, 814 X.njnbeo' Exchange Mlig.
JOURNAL IINEES COST LITTLE. ACC02IPI4SH MUCH.
JIr;cr i Sens CcIIcjc CIoih.es lor
y Priced at 912.50 to 915.00
Coslerj, Stoes, Cloves, lie
the High; Price
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