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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING. JUNE 17, VAX
H BIG SUPPLY
r Chickens Sell as , Low as 15c
arid Stocks Are Still Show
? ing Accumulation in Front
Further declines are shown In. , the
. poultry market today..
v.: Alone- Front street receipts continue
, verv heayy and during the bast 24 hours
chickens Bold as low as ISO a pound for
? live birds, while : springs 'went at 20c
a pound. , '- . '" .
V Even at the lower figures, chickens
-i were Jiard to mova In the wholesale dis
i trict today and Supplies are accumu-
latlng. The larger buyers are not in
,the marked because they expect a lower
range. Chickens are selling at a lower
-prlre today than for 'some seasons. ;
Y The yoliime of springers coming for
ward is unusually heavy, and there are
Indications therefore that the price in
this line will soon go down to meet the
.values on ordinary coops. This would
be a very unusual occurrence.
A-few turkeys are coming forward,
but there is only a very limited de
mand at present; the general stagnation
in chickens striking practically , all
'-Vines of poultry.
While present ptioes for chickens are
""much lower than has lately ruled In
this market the value Is still above the
average value for the -past five years.
Those In a position to know, say that
the glut will not last long and that If
shippers would-hold back their supplies
for awhile an appreciable change would
- be shown in quotations. ,
Eggs Are Generally Down.
While once In a while a single case
of eggs may be moved along Front
street as high as . 27 - cents a dozen,
the jreneral run falls to move above
2&26Hc The latter figure is - too
high for large lota according to re
i Batter and Cheese Firm. ,
Both butter and cheese are" showing
firmness along Frori't street and prices
In both, lines ar well maintained. The
north continues as a buyer of butter
and cheese orders are not accepted be-
, cause of the lack of supplies.
. U f- V -! S ... ; "5 ? , y V'
f , ,' Blackcaps Hare Arrived.
First blackcaps of the season have
arrived In jtha Front street market. The
fruit was in good condition and was
quoted about $1.60 crate. .
Fresh Prunes Are Slow Sale. ' v
Fresh prunes are very slow sale along!
Front street. Prices quoted range be
tween Sl.259l.S0 a crate of four bas
kets. The quality 1s good for California
" -grOWth i ..i.-i '-:,'...': ')..
:rrr .'' i ' '" "in ": V
Tomatoes Sharply Lower,
tfomato market prices are' 'sharply
flower. With very heavy consignments
, of California stock, the market la oyer
loaded and some sales Of stock are re
- ported as low as SOc a box, peach sine.
The express charge from California is
aione 4to a dox.
(United Press Leaied Wire.)
San Francisco. June 17. Wheat-
Australian and propo. $l.B5(Qil.67;
Sonora, $1.651.0: good to Choice Cali
fornia club. $1.4201.45: northern
wheat, bluestem, $1.601.B5; club,
Russian red. $1.41U1.43. '
Barley, feed Good to choice, $1.034
i$1.0Vi; fancy, $1.07Hi poor to fair.
- $1.001.0JH;- brewing, $l.ieM2H;
chevalier, nominal; new feed barley to
I . , AAA. 1. A .
Eggs, per dozen California fresh, in
eluding cases: Extras, 26Hfi firsts,
on, BFconus, iJ"4c; iniras, zoo.
Butter per pound California fresh:
Extras, 28c; firsts. 27 He; seconds. 26c.
New cheese, per pound New Cali
fornia flats; Fancy, 14c; firsts, 13 He;
seconds, 12hc vCallfornia Young
.America; rancy, itc; IirstS. 15.
Storage: New Ydrk cheddars, fancy.
: 20c; do singles, 20c; Wisconsin singles,
fancy, 19e. .
Potatoes New River Whites, choice,
per box, 400c; extra 65f?80e; per
cenUl. 70c$1.00; garnet Chile, per
cental, $0c$1.00. .
Onions New red, per sack, ex wharf,'
$1.601.75; yellow, per cental, $1.60
1.75. 160 more on the street.
Oranges, per box Choice, ' $l.B04r2.S0;
fxtra - choice, $2.603.25; . Valenclas,
$1.75 3.25. , . . . .
(Cnltirf Preei tttiM Wire.)
Seattle,. June 17 Butter Washing
ton creamery, firsts. 31e; ranch, 26e;
astern creamery. 31c; process 28c: Ore
gon, 81c; California 81c;
4;l.'?""oc, rftnch 30 81c; eastern,
302e; Oregon. 27c.
,Che??S:rea.m br,ck le: Tillamook,
i 17Hc: California, lMic; Wisconsin. 18c.
!- Onions Australian. 4o per pound:
Texas Bermudas, $1.5 per crate; Cali
J t omia red, 1 0 2c
i Potatoes-Fancy graded, $10.00(912.00
! l?Hti!;.fa,ncy aBtern Washington,
J $14.00gi1.0f; new. 12e per pound.
Smith Wants Eggs
We will pay' as follows for. first
class produce. Ship by. express.
fcivt Hsas s. ... .180 5
Uw Bprinr Cblckna, ;
pouad 20 to
JT EAJTK X. SMITH 1GDAT CO,
"Plgbtia th Bsef Trust,"
Portland, Oregoa , ' ,
Wa are giving away free .; to- those
answering this advertisement before
Juns 30 a map of all tha California
eil fields. PBrar-I.oomls Co., 701
pregonlan building, Portland, Oregon.
LOWER PRICE WITH
Canning Has Not Yet . Started
and With Larger Offerings,
; Receivers Are Forced to Cut
Loganberries are Belling lower, with
increasing , supplies.
All at once the arrivals have started
to show up from practically every direc
tion and as cannlnir demand has not
yet started, the call is consequently
limited. , .
Quality of present; arrivals of "lo-
gans" is very good in general, although
some "leakers" were shown during the
past 24 hours.
. As has been previously stated in tfiln
report, the indications are that Oregon
will produce its heaviest yield of logan
berries the present season.
.While under normal conditions this
would likely call for extremely low val
ues, still the fact that few Housewives
put up any strawberries th!s season,
will' create that much heavier call for
Sales of loganberries were msde along
me Bireei mis morning as low as It
a crate, but berries that went at thts
price were "leakers" and practically no
fruit of quality was sold this. morning
under $1.25. Some were asking $1.50,
out expiamea inai mere was practically
no ueiiia.nu ai mis price. ,y ::-.
Operating 80 Per Cent of Its
Capacity According to Of
1 New York, June 17. The report that
the United States Steel corporation
was operating 80 per cent of its ca
pacity, the same as in May. caused a
Bumewnat oeuer xeeung in railroads as
well as industrial shares.
The declaration of the regular quar
terly dividend of 1 per' cent on Cruci
ble Steel preferred. 6 per cent extra
and a scrap dividend ef 10 per cent, was
a help to the general situation.
a quarterly dividend
01 a snare.
CODRer exDOrts iar th& waV onillnar
June 16 were 6735 ton Since June
there were 10,678 tons compared with
i,n,u ions xor a 11x6 period a year ago.
' Range of New York prices furnished
oy uverwcn c I'OOKe uo.
Descripdon ) OpenlHIghl Uw Bid
Amal. Cop. Co..
Am. Ca. & F c
do pfd ......
Am. Cot. OH, c.
Am.'Locq., o.i. ,
Am. Sugar, c.
Am; Smelt, 0. .
Anac. Mln. Co...
Am. Woolen, e.
Atchison, , c . . .
do pfd ......
Bait. & Ohio, e
dor pfd . , .
Bklyn. R. Tran.
Can. Paci c. . .
C. M. & St. P..
Chi. & Gt. W 1
Chi. & N. W., c
Chesa. & Ohio.
Colo. F. & I., c.
Col. Southern, c.
ao 2a pra
do. 1st pfd, ...
D. & R. a., c...
do pfd. . .- .u .
Erie, c. .......
aa za pra, ...
6a 1st nfd. ...
Gtr North'n, pfd.
Illinois Central .
Interurb. Met, c.
ao via ,
Loulsv. & Nash.
Man hat Ry, - . ,
M K A f 0.,
do Dfd. ......
Ore Land ......
mo. raciria ....
Nat Lead ... , .
N. Y. Central ..
N. Y.. O. A W. .
Nor. & West, c,
do. pfd. .....
Nor. Amer. ....
No. Pacific. , c
Pacific Mail ,..
Penn. R. ... .
P. O.. L. & C. Co.
P. Steel Car, c.
do, pfd. ......
Reading, c. .
ao, zd pra. ...
dO. 1st Dfd. . .
Kep. . i.- & b.. c
ao. i Tffl. 1 1 : . . .
kock island, ; cJ
ao. nfd. .:.
8. I & 8. F. 2of.
An tut ntA T I
8. L. & 8. W.,pfd
South. Pa., c...
Southern R'y 0,
ao Dfd ......
Texas & Pa.. . . .
T 8. L. & W 0.
do pfd ........
U. P., c
. 63 fi4tt 63 64H
, .-. 13
. 61 62 4 81J
'. iii" iii'yi Hi" nrvj
. 75H 76K 75 76
, ..... 103
40 40H 40 40
. 82H 82H 82 83'
104 V4 104 104 104
111 111 111 111
'78" 78 'h 78
195 195 194 194
126 127 126 126
145 145 145. 145
81 81 81 8t
SB 25 25 85
,. ..... 77
...... ..... ..... 78
45 45 45 45
181 131 131 131
1135 135 132132
it 11- 111: iii!
I V 1 .V. t . ! .U.A
01H MH 61
146 145 146
88 58 $8
29 sjTi 29i
59 69 69 69
I 66 6 .66 66
74 J 74 74 73
116 116 116
126 125 124
isiri n'i" iaiks'!
172 172 171
93 93 93
'77 "78 '77
116 115 116
' 43'' '
62 , 63 ,62
'$'4" '$4 'si'!
43 43 43
23 '23 2S
136. 136 136
80 I. 80 80 ;
69 '69 69
1 . . .
: "9 "9
70 70S 70
... .. v.. .....
'ii' 19 'ii"
U..S. Rubber, c
U. 8. Steel C0..0. .
Wabash,-, c... . .
do rfd .........
Cons Gaa ......
do. pfd '.
Katy So .......
do.; pfd... t. .
Wheeling I , E,.
Am: :. Car... ....
O. W. pfd
Nevada Cons ...
Total aales. 184. E00 ahnraa
- Call money, 2-per cent 4
Republie Iron & Steel preferred, Ex.
dividend, 1 per cent.
' Utah Copper, Ex. dividend, 76a s
Stirling Exchange Rate. :
New York, June 17. Sterling ex
SS?5f2i .le 87.10 487.20: deTnand,
47,7S486.85; 60 days,484.4d 484.60.
The Fle railroad's wage differences
with its firemen have been adjusted by
aa advance In wages of 8.2 per cent
DRY SECTOIS ARE
SILL CRYING FOR
A SUPPLY OF RAIII
Showers Are Heaviest in Uma
tilla , Section Where Most
. Needed No Rains Fall During
the 24 Hours.
v HO Bain Promised. ' r
Portland and .vicinity Fair
tonight, Saturday fair and. prob-
; ably warmer; northerly winds. ' .4
. Oregon and Washington Fair
tonight. Saturday, fair and prob-
ably warmer; r north . to west
4 winds. 4
. Idaho Fair . tonigM!. ' ' Satur.
; day, fair and warmer. ,4.
Umatilla ...... .82
Kennewlck .... .36
LewUton ...... .08
N. Yakima...,. .24
Walla Walla... .60
The Dalles..... .00
.While the rains of yesterday caused a
slight improvement in the condition of
wheat, showers did not extend into the
districts where most needed. Therefore
general crop conditions remain about as
previously mentioned. v
.Even with a small shower north of
the Columbia river, the crop will receive
little benefit, as the ground is badly
baked in most sections and it would
take heavy precipitation to bring, the
needed relief. . , . . . "
There is a firmer 'tone in tha mill
stuff market and for bran the call is
Wheat, trade is at a standstill and
flour valuea are unchanged. Demand
for flour from the home territory Is in
creased over the previous month.
Chicago, June 17. Wheat was strong
from the opening today and closed with
an advance of c to lc a bushel over
yesterday. ';.;,;,.. .:;,: . ... .; . . r.
There was a strong trend to the Eu
ropean markets after the opening. Liv
erpool started d lower anS closed with
an advance of & to d above yester
day. Berlin closed ffigher. A? Paris
there was a closing advance of 10 cen-
xiSSw W a"d 6 t0 10 centlme !n
iCr5p.dJlci"lwere th9 PrtncWl factor
Ur ,. ? Pnce or wheat here
today. A well informed authority ori
conditions in North Dakota wired:
..h,ve-,.50ln thl" '"orning and the
weat5eir j vry yarm. ; The ground
has dried up a good deal and crops do
2L,01 very ?a t0 me- 1 dn t see
how we can have more than a half
M..rJ, '.i1,. BVOrao,e weather from
wn 1.1111a lurin.
.?!l"ila rPfrtcame' today to local
parties from the South Dakota fields.
Argentina wnent shipments, 736,000
bushels; corn, 728,000 bushels. Austra-
...n. wumi snipmenis, S2f,000 bushels.
ovbTkoIsocpo!lce ,urnished bjr
90 92 ,
57 . ,
58 69 -66
. 90 '
' Liverpool Wheat Market.
Liverpool, June IT. Wheat; ' '
r..i . . ' . yyvu iiose
Retail Quotations .
atuade gatorday AXtamooa and Srsninr
Boiling Baef, R.
roi Boast, lb ..8 and 10
ir- C. " ,r lu .......100
Hamburger, lb. JX!i
Corned Beef, lb. c5
ricnio Hams, lb. ,
Rock Cod. lb. ...
Red Snapper, lb.
Flounders, t lbs.
Lin Cod, 8 lbs. ....
Fresh Shad Roe
BUTXXJt, ZOOS AJTO OXE1XZ.
Golden Rod; roll fnS
Shelburn, roll . " iX!l
Elgin, roll iS
Oakdala. roll Si
Full Cream Cheese, 2 lbs.. 35
2 doa. fresh Eggs
85c Coffee, lb.
60c sack Rolled Oats
2 pkgs. Corn Flakes .,
4 cans Stag Milk ....
tiawaiian-'t'ineappie. 2 cans.......
2 cans Peaches or Apricots....... t2K
1 lb. pkg. Soda , ..... . .VJTrS
Good Jap Rico, lb. k5
7 bars best Laundry Soap 256
ifl Swrrrs and veostajbiiES. .
Fresh Berries Every Day. ,
Iemons,. dot: iKA
rantaToi'me,- ach ..V. . " " " 1 K5
Beans, lb. . ' .',' 85
Tomatoes, lb. ,.,f . .5?
Asparagus, lb, ......... .... ,...66
Home Made Bread and Cakes! '
Garwood Cream Taffy 1 ........ig
CROP DAMAGE IS A
OF 25 CEHTS CVT.
General Market Shows No
Change. Although Firm
Usual Transactions Are Af
:ter Stock Has Been Filled,
PORTLAND LIVESTOCK RUN.
Thursday , .
Tuesday , ,
Bonday . , .704
; 807 .
. 17 .
week ago .
Portland Union Htrx-Vvarrt
Portland, Or., June 17 While a sale of
a band of wethers was made at $5 in
the stockyards during, the past 24 hours,
this transaction does not put the regu
lar market to that figure. The stock
that brought $5' was welrhcd off the
cars, and -was not sold on "fills" as is
the rule in the stockyards. The loss by
this method is Just about the amount
of the higher price , obtained, therefore
the general character of tha market is
unchanged. : '. . - - - ;
The market for shoep Is holding quite
steady, - with Wethers quoted ' around
$4.75 and fancy lambs at 16. The fact
that packers bought stuff direct off the
cars Indicates that their holdings in re
serve are not, pearly as heavy as some
interests had expected. ...
1. : . only light Cattl Coming. '
Most of the present arrivals of cat
tle are very light and therefore do not
bring up to top quotations. Best Ore-
fon sheers are still worth as high as
6 arid aa far as presented, no California
stuff can approach that figure. Buyers
all agree that the local territory Is
turning out the best cattle.
No hogs ; arrived this mornln. buJ
mere were some expectations 01 snip
ments late in the day. General values
are unchanged. .
Among the shippers: . '
Cattle 8. L. Overton from Browns
ville with one load. C. H. McCully with
a load of cattle and calves from Mc
Minvllle. H. Y. Blackwell . with two
loads from Ontario. M. R. Yates from
Pendleton with one load. P. M. Lemon
from Grass Valley with two loads, and
J. C. Reynolds from Condon with two
loads of cattle and calves. -
Hogs-.p. M. Lemon from Grass Val
ley with oneload.
r Sheep S. I Overton frorh Browns
ville with two loads. M. E. Gale from
North Yamhill with one load.' S. Reeder
from Shantko with two loads.
Today's run of live, stock compares
with this day In recent years aa fol
lows: . Hogs Cattle Sheep
A year ago today there was a sud
den reversal of sentiment In cattle and
sheep and both were very .weakv Sheen
lost' 25c for the day. ; ,
; Yards' Offlolal Prices. ,
Following are official transactions.
They represent demand, supplies and
quality offering, and are the only
prices secured direct from shippers, in
23 rough . . . , ...1426 $5.00
25 steers .1142 5.65
2steers.fr... .1175 ,6.50
14 steers... 967 6.00
112 cows . . ............. 880
28 cows 939
3 cows . . . 1140
24 cows 988
1 cow . , 910
8 cows............... 968
21 cows 866
STAGS AND BULLS.
1 bull .............1670
1 stag . . ,
. 7 hogs ' . ..
18 hogs ...
128 wethers '
172 lambs .
General rants of livestock values as
shown by actual sales:
CATTLE Best Oregon steers,-$6.00;
ordinary steers, $5.755.90; best Cali
fornia, $5.85; common steers, ,$5
6.25; cows, best. $5.00; fancy, $4.76:
poor, $3.25; heifers, $5.10; stags, $4
4.60: bulls. $343.75. 0 '
HOGS Best east of ths mountains,
$9.70 9.75: fancy, $9.60; stockers and
leeaers, f .uu. s
SHEEP Sheared best yearlin weth
ers. $4.75; old wethers, $S.OO4.00;
sprina: lambs. 357506.00: ewes. 14.1ft.
, CALVES Best $6.75; ordinary, $5.60
dye.vv; puur, i.uu(a'0.uu.
SOUTH OMAHA HOGS
15 TO 20 CENTS DOWN
' . Bnecll Dlinmph tn Th Jmim.lv
- South Omaha, Neb., June 17. Cattle
Keceipts, 8U0 marxet steady; steers,
?i. ouia-o.su; cows ana neirers tt.vow
.00. . :
Hogs Reeelots. .10.500: market lKn
to 20c lower; bulk of sales $9.159:80.
Sheep Receipts, 1200; market 20e
lower; wetners. 85.00i5.l5; lambs, $7.60
HOGS LOSE 5 CENTS -
JN CHICAGO MARKET
Chlcasro. June 17. Knm noir.f
18,000; market Be lower; left over, 4300;
year ago, 15,000. Mited and butchers,
rough, heavy; $9.25 9.35; light, $9.30
s.fiu. cattle receipta 8000: market
steady. Sheep receipts 10.000; market
NORTIRYEST BANK STATEMENT
Portland HanVa. -' '
Clearings today .... .$1,647,140.59
x ear ago ..,... 1,166,122.35
Gain today .......'......$ 482,018.24
tJaJances today ..,.,..., .' 236,705.72
i ear ago . J32,619.7
" ' flaattla Himi - . f
Clearings today $1,688,985.00
balances today. . 197,165.00
' Vacoma BinVL .
Clearings today ....... ,$1,014,210.00
Balances today - , 96,072.00
Bnokana KajiVs. ' '
Clearings today .,.....,$ 777,952.00
Balances- today 62,254.00
High Cherry Prices.
Roseburr. Dr. .Tuna 17V.irMn1
Douglas, county cherries are brinalna-
top-notcn prices in tha markets at
Portland. fTf the.returns of some ship-I
rnetils qrBIng cherries grown by Wl 1
Hrf! on hjB Placa "t.Edenbower,
r"'y"K"j-, z-pouna boxes
br2u5ht.film 45- o" 3.75 per .box. An
other shipment of 20 oxes brought $58.
or nearly $3 per box. Bo far as kmBwn
these are record-breaking prices and
In another testimonial of the high quaU
Ity of the fruit grown in Douglas coun-
CARS AT Ml
ah,.., "'S lillilJ Hfe
Unable to Secure Sufficient
Supplies Even at Former
: r Values, Wholesalers - Com
pelled to Quote Advance.
Fresh salmon climbed to 13c a: pound
today, the highest value ever reached
here during an open season. :
Supplies of fresh salmon are" so Small
that the trade la able to maintain this
extreme value for any. variety, .a very
unusual occurrence. .
All sections 'ara belnr scoured for
the fish, but even after offering the
high : values in' effect elsewhere, the
local trade is unable to secure what
fish it needs for its regular customers.
The great scarcity of halibut aggra
vates tne situation in The salmon mar
ket to a considerable extent. Halibut
la selllna: todav at 10c a oound.
Reports received from reliable par
ties ct lower river stations state that
it Is Impossible to sucure a sufficient
supply of salmon at this time even for
home consumption, and the result is
that fresh importations of Alaska
caught salmon are shown in the heart
of salmon fisheries of Oregon.
FRONT STREET QUOTATIONS .
;iv MSy. t -".v'-
Bops, Wool and S&a.
; HOPS 1908. choice. 12c; prime, lie;
medium, 10llc; 1910 contracts, 14
WOOL Nominal. IS10." Willamette
valley. 16 20c; eastern Oregon, 13 17c.
SHEEPSKINS Sheartng.. 10S26c
each; short wool. 25 50c; medium
wool, 60c 1 each; long wool. 75cJ.25
TALLOW Prime, per lo.; $4o; No.
$ and grease, 2 2 c -
CHIVTIM BAtOC 1909 Nominal.
$c; 1910. 4c. .-
HIDES Dry hides. 1617e lb.:
green, 7(R8c; bulls, green, , salt, 60 lb;
kips. 810c; calves, green, 13 16o per
. MOHAIR Nominal; 1810. 8032a
1 Butter, Eggs and Poultry ' '
BUTTER Extra creamery. 29a;
BUTTER FAT F. O. b. Portland, per
pound; Sweet cream. 27e, sour, 26a
POULTRY Mixed chickens. 15c:
fancy, 16c; stags, 3c; broilers, 20c;
fryers, 20c; geese, old, 12c: young.
U01M for live: 14SD150 .for
dressed; ducks, young, 22 25e,
old, isrepzuc; turiceys, alive, zoi2lc:
dressed, 27 28ci pigeons, squabs, $2.50
dozen; dressed chickens, ilc to 2c a
pound higher than alive.
EGGS Local, candled, select 26
27c: at mark. 24 26c. ...
CHEESE Ntw Oregon faiey full
oream, 17c; triplets and daisies, 170
17c; Young America, I818c 1
. Grain,' Plou and Kay.
BARLEY Producers" price 1909
Fourth and Oak
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Commercial and Savings Accounts and "Banking by Mall" Solicited from Cor-'
poratlons and Individuals. Our 18 years of Banking have made us many
friends who will gladlv vouch for our business Integrity.
4 FEB CEMfT IKTEREST Olf TIME AMD BATIVOS AOCOT7KT8
CORNER FIFTH AND STARK STREETS ,
' PORTLAND," OREGON k
G. K. Went worth...., President
John A. Keating.;. ...Vice President
Geo. I McPherson Vies President
H. D. Story.,........', Cashier
F. A. Freeman..'. . . .Assistant- Cashier
Graham Dukehart.. .Assistant Cashier -
Oldest National Bank West of the
. Rocky Mountains
Fe- 1. !3: roL'o-1. $25: biew!nt. $24.
WHKAT 'Nominal Track, club
0; bluestem,6-'c; Willamette valley
FLOUR New crop, patents'. $3.15:
Willamette ($5.30). per barrel; loal
straight, J4.05mM.95; bHkers' $4.955. 15;
export grants, ys.wg-i.w, graham, Vis,
Jl.Su; rye, $5.75; bales. J3.15-
MILLSTCFIfH Sellln- price, car lot
Bran. j:'0; middlings, J29; shorts, $21;
chop. J19W25. .
, CORN Whole, $36; cracked. 827 ton.
HAY Producers' price New Timothy,
Willamette valley, fancy, $:021; ordi
nary, i:: eastern Oregon t22((fZ3;
mixed, $15.50; ciover, No. 1. K15.6016;
wheat, J16f217; cheat. $1T1; alfalfa,
. OATP Spot dellverv," new, producers'
pHc Track No. 1 white. $27; gray,
Prnlts and Yeretablea.
FRESH FRUITS Oranges Na
vels $2.00 03.76 box; bananas, 6c lb.;
lemons, $3.605.50 box; grape fruit
$3.75; pineapples, 57c; strawberries,
local, $1.85(i'i'l. 76; cantaloupes, $2.25fri
8.25- peaches, $1.001.25: tilums, 75ct
$1.00: cherries.- 6(fi. 8c lb. loexnberrla.
$lfiJ.60; raspberries, $2.00; curranta,
$1.50 $1.75. , f
POTATOKS Selling, old, 65c; buy
ing, eastern - Multnomah and Clack
amas, 40ct Willamette valley. 36 40c;
new potatoes. $1.75092.25.
VEGETABLES New , turnips, $1.60;
beets. $1.50; carrots. $1.50 per sackr
cabbage. $2.50 per ewt: tomatoes.
California,. 6076c; Mississippi; $1.75
2.00; beans, 56d per , lb. horse
radish, lftg green onions, 10 12 c
per- doiegn; peppers.- bell. 25c . per
pound; head - lettuce, 1520c . per
dos; hothouse, 75c box; ridisnen.lO 1 2 Vic
dox. bunches: celery, 75 5 85c doier.i-egg
plant, ( lb.: cpr uinhers. ' TV251.50
dojien; 1 asraragus, local, 75 90c- doa.;
Walla . Walla.. $1.40 tox: spinach,
(-r) lh.; reen corn (')'; peas, 8 & 4c.
ONIONS Local, jobbing. No. 1, J2.2S
per cw.t: No. 2, $2: buying. No. 1. $1.75:
Cal..'ornIa. $2.002.25; garlicj . 10ig)12c
per pouna. - '.
Orocerlaa. Vats. Ste.
SUGAR cube, $6.85; powdered, $6.25;
fruit or berry, . $6.25; dry granulated,
$6.25; conf. A. $6.u5; extra B, 5.56;
goldtn O, $5.65: D yellow. 85.55; beet.
6.v6; barrels, 16c; calf barrels, SOc;
boxes, 55c advance on sack basis.
j (Above 'quotations are 30 , days r.tt
i HALT C'oarsd Half ground, 100s,
$9.60 per ton; 00s.' $11.00: table dairy.
THE UNITED STATES
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
Surplus and Profits 725,000.00
: . ; X
J. C. AINSWORTHrpres. : R. W. SCHMEER, Cashier.
R. LEA BARNES, Vice-President
A. IL WRIGHT, Assistant Cashier. ,
W. A. HOLT, Assistant Cashier. !
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DRAFTS ISSUED ON ALL s FOREIGN COUNTRIES
PAYMENTS MADE BY POST TO PARTIES ABROAD
WITHOUT COST TO RECIPIENTS - .
BATES . CO.
m Williams Are.
161 Russell Street
O. K. Wentworth ':
Charles S. Russell
P. S. Brumby
. Dr. K. A. J. Mackenzie
Georgw O. Bingham
Lloyd J. Wentworth
J. E. Wheeler
Geo. Za McPherson
John A. Keating v - V
Robert Trekt Piatt '.-J.
H. D. Story .
50s, fis.oo: ion. Jt7.no: ,nc. f2"t
extra tine barrei.s. r 5 and J4 0'
Si 5 lumo rfn n f -,0 j,-r ton
KICK luip.-nul jAfun Iso. 1. 4"e:
No. 2, 6'ic; .New Orleans head, 6'ic ,el
Creole, 5Lic. ,
BEANS Small, white. J5.60: large,
white, $4.75; pink. I2f; 12 '..; bayou,
$7.85; Lima!". ,.;;." : ' reds, $7"25.
HONEY New. 13Uc per lb.
Ikleats, risli and rrovlslons.
DRESSED MEATS Front street
hoes, fancy. 12'12c; ordinary. 12o;
veals, extra, 10fg.-l0c; ordinary, 10c;
sprlns: lambs 10 1 1 c; yearling
lambs, 10c; mutton, 9c.
HAMS, BACON. ETC. Hams, 19c;
breakfast bacon, S030c; boiled ham
27(ii'29c; picnics, 18c; cottage roil, ( )
regular short .clears. smoKed, 18c
backs, smoked, liftc; pickled tongues!
40o lb. . . .
LARD Kettle leaf. 6s. I7c per lb
steam rendered, 5s, 16q per lb,; coni-
casts. 7Cc; bar.
rels. 69c per eallon.
OYSTERS Shoal water ba. per gaU
Ion, $2.25; per 100 lb. sack. I5t Olymria.
per gallon. $2.75; per 100 lb sack, $1
7.60: canned eastern, 55c can; $5 6u d-.
eastern In shell. $1 6 per. 100. '
FISH Nominal Rock col, ltie
flounders, 6c; halibut. 10c; - strlpod
bass. 16e; catfish. 10llc; frah Chi
nook, 13c. per lb.; blueback. ' 13a lb 5 -soles,
7c; shrimps, lie; perch. - 7c'
tomcod. ( r); lobsters, '25c; herrings
6c; black bass. 0o lb.; aturgeori; 13c '
per lb i silver ; smelts, ' 7c i lb.; black'
cod, 7c; crabs, $1.85 $1.76 per down:
dressed shad, 6c; roe shad. 8c; shade roa
20c lb. - - - - .., -i
CLAMS Hardshell, per box, 4c lb :
rator clams, $2 . box. ; , ' . . '',
Paints. Coal Oil. Sto. '' "
: LINSEED OIL Jaw. Ubls., 86c; cases 1
91c; boiled, bbls., ; 8c; cases, 93c:
per gallon lots of 250-gallon, lo less'
ull cake meal (none in market). .. '
BENZ1NK 86 rieirrp ii... to. ...
gal ; Iron bbls., 1 c per gal. .-T ,
WHITE LEAD Ton lots. 7o per
lb.; 600 lb. lots. 8c per lb.; less lota.
8c per lb. - - -
t KOI'E Manila, 80; sisal, 7e. '
. COAL OIL-PearL-aetral and star. 15a -
per gallon; eocene, 22c gallon: elalne.
28o gallon: headllKht 20Uc rallnn .
tra star, 22o gallon: water white, 11
&16c per gallon; special water white.
15c gallon. . ,
. .9tl0LIIf.p'Rf crown and motor,
16(BE3e eallon: 86 r.Hn. sn7ii-
gallon; V. it & P. naphtha, 132tf '
gallon.-- .. . .v... .
McGrath & Neuhausen Co.
701-2-3-4-5 LEWIS BUILDING.'
PORTLAND. OREGON ,
- " Many, will learn, that
has , more
value, than any other
hard surface t pave
ment'laid. 1 ;
Stocks, Bonds . , .
Cotton, Grain, t 2.
Eoard of Trade Builiinj
Mmbra Chicago Board or Trad'
Correspondents of Loaan Bry '
' Chicago, Naw - Tors. Boitoa, '
Wa have tha only srlvata wire
. eaatara schantta,