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THE OREGON , DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. MONDAY OCTOBER 20, 1919.
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LACK OF ; v CARS IS - STOPPING . SALES 1IN FARM PRODUCTS
mi' UI1VLUV VILLI) . :
D1U UUILIAO UILlIY
CLEAR - F EGGS IN
None of the LarflerBuyers Name a
; ; Buying Price fo(TeJs Stock Be
cause of Uncertainty Regarding the
Future Plenty of Storage.
: None of the bit f. o. fe. buyers are out
with buying price for egg for tho day
pr week. Thie fit Jtsetf would indicate
a, generally easier tone in the general
trade situation here.!
That the Mice c fmk eggs today vr
' ' daiigeroue ervund ' U the beHct el ;lsdr of
the trade. , The absence of established prices
" for baytne eumef rcweiiU alone Indicates this
! and the feet resume that llaivelr peaing
t there te fr more ov.jr for the trade to the
handling ( Mittn end itoreie good then in
f eircfttnf end sailing the lsl frvwh product.
While. It to tree that th trade cannot to
.'de tmrcha eee frost the Ontf.1 We at
til. prlco It. ha rnllr wiling t, still
v tho slniadanre ef oM storage rteff I'tre ewiM
have tendancj to cauie general weakening
- With fresh ru eoioinx forwent nor freeljr
this, tee as weaaettfn leavure.
BUTTER MAttKET HOLD KTEADT
Tiade 1w the baiter market eonUmm eteedr.
sttlwugrt th irla Hat u unchanged fr the
I?':.. nt mi burdensome earplug i
then a la freth offering.
aui Miitiflnwvr snDnlle to shown
tUntr the wholesale way with general t
J.'.!5 P' dosen, . although eome busi
ness In verk lrg tacada to reported high
COt'STRY MEATS RARGISO MEItE
Market for country killed hog to t end
dourwued here, with farther wekne ebown.
Turkey Supply Is
I. W. Beckley or Roseburg Says IOah
Prices Are Wanted.
By 11 y reei H. Cohea
That practically, normal supplies: of
turkeys are being held in the Willam
ette valley ta the statement made during
the day by J, WV Beckley of Roseburg.
Mr. Beckley Is a brother of C. Hay Beck-
ley of the Skeridan-BecKIey company of
this city. ; , ;; i
: "There axe fully as tnany, if hot more
turkeys in the Jloaeborg tcctlon at this
time." says Mr. Beckley, "aa in other
seasons. The quality is about the nor
mal. . Some of the growers are feeding
hand others are not because of the hitfh
price of grain. Corn is used much in
turkey feeding around Roseburg. j
"While I have not beard of any busi
ness in turkeys as yet. the growers of
my district believe they are going: to
get bis prices this season."
Some few purchases of turkeys have
been reported made on contract In the
Pacific Northwest this season, but this
business is far below the normal for this
period of the year. Growers' price ideas
are so nmch higher than those enter
talned by buyers that little business has
been possible, .
Tlio (katrlnf v utmrtal information ncardlna
or market, tboiiM writ the Market Editor,
urrjon Journal, rwHntng atamp lot reply.
Sellers Unable to Secure i Cars for Ship
ment . and Business Ceases in Both
Potato and Onion Trade Both S'ar
ke(s Are Finn.
Corn Starts Up "
But Oats Mixed
By JoMDh F.'svttehard 4
Chlcaeo, Oct. 2.- N. S.) There was as
tncreawd wnnnt.f nev corn and thto, teapkd
with lrtrrraU otferlnit of the varioaa furorea in
the pit, and without rnotlgU baying power to
absorb the -1iictcic1 auppjy, .price for Um day
were He tower fbr afaJ, Oata ahowud , loaaea (
f? H. ' Troriaione ckMed racaed. October
enotauona except lor uctj ai-iitr ""
lower. . - ,
A?AXA SHORTAGE THREAfE5E
OeiriC to varioua atrikea, the trade here to
anttcipaJini an axtrema ahorUea of banaaja aup
UelrVithin tha Immediate future. No prices
ehenie announced for the day, but precUcelly
so ripe fruit waa offering.
OHAXGER AND ,l,EWOJf8 ADVANCE
Both oTtnM end lemon how kharp ed-
' are at
anertt to arrire,
waa 2 So lower,
The October future pork to controlled by one ct
the iartvr packets, in. the trade. , Lerd esd riba
were both lower.; ;
m Is the price et California points end wn
qnotinc flia rtoea here, CalifomU rap'
pricea will be 50e kaa on Ute next ahip-
BRIEF SOTEH OF PRODUCE- TRADE
Waimibt f rmn, the aouth dee Bert week.
t'owuUy killed calrea are weaker. .
Poultry trade generally aluggtoh at unchanged
n5!pple trade generally poor with many con-
,l3u2e intereata making atrocg bkto for Goo
Chicago. Oct. 20. (L N. 8.) ODeains
corn pricea were up t 4c today. Connnia
aioa and caah bousea werw fair bnircn with of
fering light. On the upturn there waa aelliag
by the pit crowd and, acattered commiwion
honaea. Trade waa liicht and mixed.
Oata atarted "Ac lower to ke MiIih iniUi
limited offerings and, acattered coauniaaion bouse
IroTiion aUrted 2fa lowtf for January
mm. i raoo waa aiow. 1st aurtet wag de
preasea p; m weaanewi in noga.
furninlird by Oretbuvk as Cooke Co., Board
oi iraue ouiiumg:
WEATHER 50T1CE FOR SHIPPERS
Weather trareew adTfaea:. Protect ahlnraenta
during the next 30 howra asainat thy following
aalntraau tempera turei4 (Wnt mirtli. 44 degree:
, n. tt p. A H. R. 34 degreea;
' awt to Baker, 2R degree; and aouth to Ah
SS decrees. Minimum temperature at
Portland tomorrow, about 4S desreea.
WHOLESALE P BICES IK PORTLAXD
' Tiieae are the price retaileft pay waoUealera,
gxeept ea otberarto noted:
' BrTTEB Selling price, eea lota: Creaasery j
avrme, parchment wrapped, extra. per lb.;'
prima flrVu. 66c; flntt, 2c per .lb.; amjOler
Iota et ea adtance. Jobbing price: Cube.
entra, Sltfoz; pniow iir.t, uw, . v ,
extra. w . ha
MVTTCKF l ronan.. Hrn.ij --w
... .t.HnM AT at A Ho IK.
; tuba. 2e: eartora, e 9-lb. rarton.
r: . ntmaruanne. a-iu. ,
ritvMK RelUne crice: TUUaook, frenb
Orrgnn fancy cream triplet. 84 ft 85e. Tonng
America, 8S6c. Price to fcbberf. o. K.
T,Tlmook trlt.let.. le: YMine Am-rirav SJIc.
iUuing prlw: Brick. 40 42c. Buying Price
II tSei and Curry trirjeU 28c: Toung A-jrt-ea.
SOHe ih. f. o. b. Myrtle Point: block Swtoa
KGGS Buying price: Current receipt. 62
do)" candled beato. 6c; aauins pre eaa
led. 6c; select, 70c
KOi8 Public market rotefl price. T Jo.
LIVE POULTBT -Heery beoi, a758o lb. 5
light hen.. 8122e -! Wringa.
old roo-tem. 16c per lb.! equajM, J 0: duck.
Saasoc lb.: pinn. il.50.2.00 do.; tur
keya. live. ( ) lb.: . l"e up.
rreth Vegetable end Fruit
FBESH FIllTrS Jlranges. -75t GO P
box; banana. 9Vit2o lb.; lemon. JgOfe
S''f' rier craU; Florida, grape trvit, g7.aoW
aTrO; PallfoVnto grapefruit" $.00 crate; peaehe.
S iftic- pears, 52.OOX3.OU; gratxu, Malaga,
Tekay. Wlb." Mueceta, lOe lb,; Concord.
5BtBHKS rluckleberrte: iSelTe lb.; cren
rri. i4 aO4.7 baahel box.
''n?prtnnrr-.ftotsM. Dromedaries. 1 9.7 Si
I' e . per bos; rsWg .etejavJesH
Stuacaiei. ic pet -
ko 6 -os. packagea,
OSIoNaV SaUlng price te retoiUns Oregoa,
J 0 per ewt.1 eaaoeiaUoB Wdns prtee, ear
id. 40 I. o. b. country: )40S
arrror. enioas. 40e per doa. bundles.
POTTTOES-alUng price. 62.60 9 2.70 per
set; buying prfce for fancy large aiae. 61.86
S00: ordlaaty. 6l.0 . per cental. wet, f
. r it..i sftlTS nae sack:
4jen. Htifll. Ijctk. Close,
October ....v18 1S 186 1S6H
December ....127' 127 125H 1254
May 125 125. K8H 12H
December .... 71 4 72 71 4 71 H
May ........ 74 73 78 13
January ..... 8300 8320 3300 3800
October 2S23 2846 2787 278t-
January 2455 2452 2440 2445
October ..... 1862 1862 1850 180
January 1802 1807 1787 1757
DAIRY PRODUCE OV THE COAST
San franc Isae Market
San Francisco, Oct. 20. (U. P.) Butter
Eggx Extra, 78 He; extra pullata, 61c; ui-
OciMaed palleU, tHc . .
Bha" California flat fancy, 82c; first 80c
Le Aneole Market
Los Angeles. Oct. 20. (L fi. B.) Califor
nia creamery extra, 04c. ;
Egg Fresh extra, 72c;-case count, 67c
pallets, ft 7c. '
Lire imultry Hens, 2936c; broilers, 89c
Seattle. Oct. ao. l P.) Butter Local
country creamery cubrs, 66c; bHcka, 67c
Egga toeal., strictly, freah, - 76 77c; pul
lets, (10e61e; storage. 56 68.
Cheeae Oregon and -'Washington triplets, 31
FLOUR ADVANCE NOV
Greater . Premiums ; Being Asked for
"llard Wieat Varieties by' Holders of
Pacific Northivest-ool . Weather
Adds to Cereal Demand.',.
Lack of cars Is Interfering greatly with
the movement of Oregon products and
there is no relief in sight according to
the trade. Absence of transportation fa
cilities is keeping the trade from con
firming sales and this will cause an ac
cumulation of offerings here later in
the seaaon. . ?- &, ":
Confederate Onioa Growers' assoHstion.
tlirouslt ita ' aelhng repreaenetlTe. W. t
(wank, aanouaeed dnring the Say tnat tor
net aatea of ontotM wonld be made until euefc
tiaa a tho oraanfaatkm was aurd . that it
wonld get cam to more rtnek. At tbia time ft
hoUn berk order frr s number ef car of onions
lor WUCB It is unaoio in aeenre iransfwrcauou.
Tlie toot nriee nenwd by the Confederate -
aoolarion waa S2.60 nor emitai f. 04 b. ran Coun
try point lot rx 1 ernem, out n r aiana tn
some' lot here been gold tanevkat above thto
Puree hare been made by easier interests
and there la a market foe evrrjr cr of Oresos
stack remaining, . but tlie grower' omnisetioa
refa-na to do budneaa on future delirery be
eeae it to enpeeed to specula tire sale.
Market for potatoes to blocked bora. The
demand for fancy stork to liberal With an et-
treBMly rmaU nipply ia aigbt aarwiMre along
the Pacific slop. The crop of ordinary, rtock.
while rhort, to bo! nearly a abort as in tht
better elas rtoek Tbto would indicate there
fore that during the present season mere win
be an unusually wide spread between the price
arguable for fancy and ordinary stock.
Motor Group Up ,
In Early Trading
On N. Y. Market
clou ia sTKeaa
New York. Oct. SO. (I. H. S.) The ttoek
merea eleeed ctrwne todeg. Hoary realUing sale
In tha final hour emiseS some (hare reaction.
Stueebaker eortinued lJ earn and ard roes te
sew aieh reeerd et eiesing at tee,?, a ne
gain tf 10's pelnt.
CUncrwi asotors sold up to 380 V, . reacting te
827 'i. Staot common waa under pneture ax
too elooa and vlaldad til 10S4 while Ooiumblg
Orapiieohone dropped atout s peimt rrem iu
bast. Werce rrow dropped 4 point to 69 end
White motors reected 4',', to St. Baldwin Loco
motive wjb finally 14 t amwlon Beet Sugar
94, Mexican Pttroieam xsi'i ana soutnem
aelfle 108 '4
. TStal tares for the ear were 1 ,820,700 share
with bend buslnet rtafhmg ie,7ss,oo.
v. Trk. Oct. 20. L '. S.) Tb mo
tor stock were prominent at the stock, market
opening today, advancing 1 to 4 point ia thto
group. Pierce-Arrow advanced SH te e new
hlh of 00. White Motors to a hish of 83,
Studebaker St K to 136 H and UaxweU Motors
over 1 point to 64
Pressed Steel Car sdvsnced 4 Vi to 100. The
ether steel stock held iteady. Steel common
rose to 109 end Baldwin Locomotive to
American Woolen advanced 2 points to a
new hish record of 146 and New York Ait
Brake M 1 H higher at 131 H.
The marina . stock were iu good demand,
American International aelliag over 2 pnintt
higher at 124, American Ship A Commerce
2 to 47 A Marine common 1 to 62 H.
Mexican Petroleum led the oil stocks with a
sain et 1 to 381,
The rails were quiet.
' Dealing were on e tremendous scale during
the forenoon with further advance. ' The steel
Issues, however, were heavy.
Pirrce-Arrow after reacting to 06. rallied 2
points. White Motor, advanced over 0 point to
Pa H ana uaxweu over e to fresseu
Steel Car reacted from 109 to 105 '6 and Steel
PorUand, Mon. 75
lest ago.. . ji
Season to date. 8840
Year ago. . .8973
Tacoma, Hat.. 85
year eso... 17
Season te date. 21 87
Teat ago. ..215
Statu. Hat... 12
Year ago. . 88
Season ta date. 20 7 ft
year ago. . .2ST5
Wheat. Barley. Flonx. Oata. Hay.
SI 5:75 TOP AGAIN
Extreme Advance Is Paid for Lot With
: Limited' " Arrivals for the Heck's
. Opening Cattle About ' 13e , Higher
for Day Lambs West, i ,1 7
HOGS REACHING HIGHER -After
tha oyeuag ot the hag aaarket
fartker adraare of tSe-wa ntvde, or Me
la all. Tops hit fiurdaring the morn
log, with prospecti of a farther rise.
Hogs sold SB to 315.7 later la the day
at ; North Portland, owiBg to the small
apply. -.i - : ' , -
Cattle sold about lie higher than last
week's closing on the average.
The advance of 0c a barrel In patent
flour and 20c a barrel uv soft wheat
stock became effective during the day m
ltrtland and at other Pacific Nortnwest
points at the sUrt of the week's trading.
With the hie her TrerXinr ettoting lor wneat
and the prospocts tor a farther advance of 31
per barrel In patent floor prices, there to an is-clil-atioa
among the retail trade aa wH ea among
baketn and consumers te stock up with enpoUes.
Trading in oats to expected to revive some
what with the cooler weather and the grestcr
demand for cereal generally.
MilWLnffs are firm but are senerally un
changed in price for he day. ' .
Turtber sack of liard wheat are reported
fo Ksstem and Central West milkers, but gen
erally speaking grower ere aaking a further
prem um for thelt boldlnge.
FI-OUH Melting price, new crop: v mamrue,
311.78: whole wheat fronr. 3 105 ; WUlamette
valley, gio.ss: tocal etraignt. iiw.sy; ""V1,
PORTLAND LTVESTO! RCN
liogs. : Cattle. Calve. Sheep.
Monday 800 2160 600
Week ago.-; 1667 2221 865
Four weeks aco .... 1 1 00 , 1 8O0 100
Pcnrw ceks ago 1100 1300 100
Tear ago... . .5862' 1810 114
Two years ago! ... .2852 1870 68
Three years ago,. .8657 1166 332
Fomt yean ao 4702 846 V
Total receipts at North Portland for
the week's opening, reached 104. cars
compared with 115 last week. 1S1 two
weeks ago, 37 four. Weeks ago. 88 a
year ago and 92 cars two years -ago,
Hogs were firmer with 25c recovery in
the price at the start, cattle were about
steady, but iambs ruled weak,
With only 800 heed Of swine reported in
the alleys available tor the trade at the opening
ot the week, nae strength was reflected in
the price. Initial transact to rta in tlie lioc al
r,r Of iAutos -Stopped
Washlngton. Oct. 20. -The Republican
leaders in the house have discarded the
plan for- free distribution of tho army
surplus automobiles among the various
state highway commissions. Instead a
request . will ; be put through' ordering
the : war department to sell direct to
the public all the cars not required for
military purposes, .
MENACE IS SEEN BY
Parisian Writer Declares Brown
Men Are Ambitious for World
Trade Domination. '
loct., 31!.06n.75: .Montana: prtiig wheat tn m to aB SBc better than ruled
lrnA l.-75; a jntosr.sio.io; ."etmeai. ,t tb dosing Of the previous week. Killer
ert in, five-barrel lots.
HAT Buy.ng price, new crop: vwiiamwi
timothy. laney, 827.00; Baatern thegon-wash-
ingion fancy rmotny j ; ajtsiia, ou.u.
valley vetch. 324.'
cheat, 818.00; straw.
nnn- rlr.r k4.AO! rain. 822. OO,
liRxiv U.XCKH Nnmimal: New rrot. delivery
N'o. 1 Calcutta. 17c in car feta; leas aateunU.
Mit.iisri rr s aaixea run st nuu, sacaea.
828.00 e 89.00.
ROLLKT OATS Per ton. 360.00 61.00.
ROLLED BARLEY Per ton. 367.00 a
CORN Whole. 170.00: cTmckcd. 891.
Merchants Cxenancen etds:
. . . 5100
. ... 6250
No. 3 white . . .
Standard feed . .
No, 3 blue.;
No. i 8 yellow . . ,
were rather eager bidders end it looked tike s
firneral hog market range.
Prime mixed ....814.7515.25
Medium mixed ' 14.25 14.75
Rough heavtoa 12.75 ft 13.35
Piga 18.00 d) 14.00
Oattle Situation Steady
While there was a nut of 2100 bead in the
cattle alley at North Portland for the week'
opening compared with 2221 last week and
1S10 head a year ago, bo ehang in pricea waa
apparent at the opening ef the session.
General cattle range:
Eastern oats and corn bulk
8V pounds clipped 5050
38 pounds' clipped 5200
No. 3 reUow..... 75
No. 3 yello. January 84B. 55A.
Mad to choice steer.
Medium to goad steers
Pair to good steers
Cotumoa to fair steer ........
Choice cows and heifer. .....
(ioou to choice cows and heifers
Medium to good cows and heifers
I common yielded to 108, Transcontinental t July
nil .nJ lit, S Si. tn a Mw l.i.rh nf til U. I A 11 PI
FIRM CARLES OFFSET BY
WEATHER IS COTTOX BELT
New Tork. Oct. 20. (L N. 8.1 Firm ca
bles were offset by clear weather in the cotton
belt and opening price on tlie cotton market
today were somewhat irregular, being 7 points
h-i'lmr to 4 pa'nt sower.
Afur the call pricea dropped about 20 points
froti Katurday'a close, but under trade- buying
the .Jut recovered nearly ah its loss.
Thi; clo! was very ateady St a net adranee of
Fnnrished hy O1
of Trade building :
March . .
April . . .
June . .
1 trT-firiiiiT tra Ts,,tr
frrots. gl.ou; oeeia, 4 -k,
Vs 5o lb.; tottucs. 80uo do. I cucumber..
POTATOES ALL AL.03fO.THE COAST
Sen Freneteco Market
Sesu FraneiKeo, Oct. 20. ttT. P.) Pota
toe? HiTrr white. 32.502.60; SaUuu, 33.40;
sweet", 4e per lb.
Onimw Yellcvr and white. (2.5082.75;
Australian brown. 83.26. i
Seattle. Oct. 20. (L N. 8.) Onions Ons
eon S He lb.
Potatoes Yakima Gem'.. S4&IB50: local.
83b.OO 40.00 ton; White. 2Hc llx; aweets. Sc.
Let Angela Mark.
Ixa Anirelea. Oct. 20. 1 1. N. S.) Pota
toes Stockton Burbsnks. new stock, boat, 6.,nu
(!3.10: others, 82.50 2. CO; russets, 32.75
2.85; local lug boxes. 81 1.15.
Chicago Dairy Prodiee
Chicago, -Oct. 20. (L N. S.) Batter Be
eeipta 6846 tubs. Creamery, extra, 64 H 0
05c: flrstv, 63 He; packing stork, 42f45c.
Eggs- Receipt 8650 eases. Current receipts
Rita 58c; ordinary firsts, 51 62c: first, 68
6B; extra, 0e?07c: checks 2082e; lir
tto3. SO 9 86o. .. .
Cheese Twin, new, 28 v 28 tie; datotoe, 29
9 i"9 e; Toung Americas. 80 81c; Long
horn. 30H81c; brick. 31 He
Live poultry Turkeys, 32c; chickens. 18 6
25c. aprincs, 23 He; roosters, 13 He; geese.
22 He; ducks, 25c.
oil moved UP 84 to a new huh of 61 H.
American International 4 H to 127, American
Hect Sugar 3 to 99 and American Woolen 6 to
Furnished by Overbeck 4s Cocke Ca, Board
of Trade building
Alaska Gold i 2 2
All is Chalmers .... 40 61
AUoy Stool .. ..... 64 65 H
Am. Ar. Chem. ... 65 H
Am. Beet Sugar... 97 H 90
Am. Can, e. 64 68
Am. Car Fdry 185 4 183 S
Am. Cotton Oil.... -67 !4 68
Am. Hide & U. o. . 30 80 H
Am. Linseed, c ... HO H HQ
Am. IxicO., e 110 112 ,
Am. .Kmcjler. e.... 74 77
Am. Stwl Fdry. ...I 48 48
Sn. Num., . 1 1 A Tt 1 1 A tt
Am! Tel. k Tei. 100 llOO
Am. Tobsrco i30S 308H
Am. Wookn. e. . ...144 1149
Am. Zinc .1 2114 23
Ajneenda II. Co... 66 H 70 H
Atchison, e fl siH
AtLi Oulf V W. L. 1874
Baldwin Lnco., e .. 144 tt 14ft H
Baltv 4i Ohio, e.. 40 H 40 r
Keth. Steel, B.... 164 106
Brooklyn R. T.... 10 211,
Kutte A Superior. . 26 27
Cal Packers' Asan. 834 88 H
Cat Petroleum, C-i 62 50
Can. Pacific , 1161 1151 H
I, . Am . ftttac title box: ecu-
PtontT 7 Ho Tb.';' cauUflewer. 32.60 per dot.;
IT-in. n, , K.11 nennaia. 7et Deaa 9o:
.im.i.... .w . " ' - "
atrins beans, 6 9 So tlx ; green corn, v ou
pot doe.: Uubbord aquaaa. soya
v COUNTRY M RATS Selling price: Country
Yr. tofiftooper lb. for blockers : best vtel.
:,1H.. Iu.n ,.al t3aal4c.
MOKED MEATS Ham. 2786e per lb. t
breakfast baoon. 86(eA0ci ptcoioi. 340 : couage
toll, Sle lb.
LARD KelUe rendered, 87 He: standard,
S5tL tierce basis, eemiwund, 36Hw204c
. Fish and Shellfish
FPE8B FtSU Salmon. Chmook. 21e lb.;
eilwrside. 1f U.: halibut. treh. 23a Tb. t
Sturgeea. 0e lb.t black cod. 16 lie lb.; aQvet
smelt. lOe lb.; salmon trout, 20 28e lb.t kip
pared talmoa. 12.65 per Iv-lb. bksktt; klpptred
- ao R
i - nHklI.LJ.''iaif Crsbs. 83. SO per doe.: shrimo
tm Skaat. 66c pot lb. Mobster, SO per a.
fx --- . fironarlos
SCOAlt Cube. 810.811 powdered. 310.26;
iriiit ami berry, $S.T7f yellow, 39.00; graha
Ved. 80.77; ). 1995; estra C. 50.26;
loEN.. 37.56 S.OO per
KICK Jepan style, Ke.1, 14c; w Orleans
head. 15 Hn Rise Roe. 14 He per lb.
' SALt Cnarse. haU greund, 1 Otto, 817.60
rer ton. 50. 3l8.Sb; table dairy. 60s, 126.80;
ale, 63.13 98.65; fancy table and dairy.
682.50: lump rock. 825.00T-per ton.
BEANS Oregon (sals by Jobbers) : Lady.
XVtehuagtc n.' 7 H 0 Be pef lb. f pink, t t lb.;
hmaa, 14ct bayod. 74 c; red, 7e; Oregon bean,
'buying prkw nominal.
- - CASNKD kilLK Carnstlon, 87.25: Borden,
7.131 Aster. 17 16; Bsgl. 811.28; Ubby.
7.18 ; YeJohaa, 87.06: Ueaat veraoa. 87.18
- Baxelwocd 67.15 ear case.
COkkkVlr-Boaated. 87 961c, to) sack a
SODA CRACKERS In bulk. 15r-per lb.
MJT8 Walnutt. 5w0c per A.- almobds.
Xew Tork Sugar and Coffee
New Tork, Oct. 20. (tj. P.) Coffee No.
7 Rio. l?Ht3174c; No. 4 Santos, 26 H
Sugar Centrifugal, 87.28.
Liverpool Cotton Market
Liverpool. Oct. 20. IL N. S.) Spots
opened easy: tales, 1400 bales. Futures opened
SSct filberts, 30c to sack lorr; veannto, 16e
pecaoa. -oc; sfraxu, ouc; iitDcrts. sae io-
Reeet, Paints, 0IU
ROPE StsaU dark, 18 He; white, 26o lb.;
standard manila, 83 He.
LINSEED OIL Raw, bbts., 32.16 git: ket
tle boilad. bbl. 82.16; raw. oasos, 68.28;
boiled, cases. $2 28 per gaL
GOAL OIL Wtter white, is drams or iron,
bbls.. 11 He tel.: case, 24c gat
GASOLINE Dn bbla., 23 He; cases, 34c;
nrine diiitlUate. iroar bbls.. lc: cases. 26fcc
(- WHITE LEAD Ton lota. 13c; 500 lbe.
18Hc per lb.
TURl ENTINlTaTiki. 11.91: case. $2.01;
l"0 ce lots, lc less. f
WIRE NAILS Baste price, gs.18.
Heps, Wool artd Hides
HOpSNroBinai, 1819 erop, 75e per lb.
HIDES No.' 1 aalt cured hide. 30 lbs. end
nn No. 1 oatt cured hides. 30 lbs. snd
up, 82c: No. 1 green hide, 80 lbs. and np, 80e;4
o. 1 aaic surea ooiis, ov toe. ana up. zoc;
No. 1 part cured bulla, 60 lbs, and up, 2e; No.
1 gteen bulls, aw 10. ana apt ic; o, a rtoea,
lc lb. iesa. 1 v '"
Calv AND IIP SKINS No. 1 ealf skin nn
to 16 lbs.. S5c; No, 2 ealf skins wp to 16 lbs.,
80c; No. i kip, 15 ta 30 aba 65e; No. g kip,
akin. 13 to 80 lb.. 50c.
i.bT I11DEH lJrv flint hides, t lbs. and nn
40c; dry flint ealf. ander 7 lbs.. 80c; dry flint
bulls, 2oc: ary soil ruaes. 100. ana np, ze;
tet salt cair, unaar 1 isw.r e ary vout nuus.
Ocf drv cull hides end -skins, half price.:
IIOUHK tllUfco Large, gooa taxa-ou. witn
-Sleeks, Bead Cortoa, 'Uraia. Et. A
11141 Bear of Trade BaUJlog.
DIRECT , PRIVATE WIRES
TO Ai4- EXCHANGES
Uaaibers ChitagV' Board oi Trad
Cerretpeadents - tf " Logaa Bryaa
Chicago : '. Sew fera, '
OleeAt eeit mooarn, bewwHke arts eowntowe,
ata 7B te 63. OO ar Say. 446 sWaihlngtes
at. - FeyaMn and Merchant' HteOquartara, .
hetd on, (rom 63 to 61 each; smajl or poorly
Taken otf, half price; aiass . witu ,K$aas oft,
PELTS Dry long wool Oelts, per lb., 30c;
Arr medium wool pelt, pet lb.. 8 Oct dry theer-
irg pelts. 50e 3100 eacb; salt long wool
pelts, IJ.e093.av tseoi aaiv meoiiuB wool pera,
1.309S.60 each; aait shearing pelt, 60c
St. 00 earh.
MOUAIP. Long tuple.. Se per tb,, short
staple. Swc per to. s
. TALLOW AND GREASE No. 1 tallow. 13c;
No. 2. 12c; No.' 8 grease, lOe; No. - grease.
He ner lb
'. CUtTTIM OB CASCARA BARK New peel,
lie per lb.
WOOI -VaUey half blood Merino end Bhrw
shire. 6e: CotsWvld and t.ineoln. 4i45e:
matted Cotswold, 30 9 33et : timber Stained. &o
ner lb. Jew; Umb wool ree per 10. teaa.
Eastern Oregon. Eaatora Washingtou end
Calif ornia ..wool Merino and Sbropebiro, 33 (
ao: half blood Merino and "otxwoid. T it
Shrogehire, - 87 6 42c; Cetaweld and Lincoln.
ttraicnt ana mixea. azsssoc; oarrg. oe per in,
lambs'. 4n ever Xh. leos.
Pine Wools Merino combing "nd ' carding
erbeck A Cook Co.. Board
Open. High, Low. Close;
8407 3425 3315 8423
,.L .7.'. 3405
8373 8985 8333 3300
3340 8364 8305 8362
3318 8827 3275 SS28
8183 8210 8163 820.1
8425 8430 8400' 8453
3428 3455 8803 3451
8 9.00 A 10.50
8.00 0 9.00
6.60 4V 8.50
8.00 0 8.25
3 0 4 Oil
14.00 fit 16.00
7.50 9 0 25
. Paris. Oct. 20."W know nothing
about Japan except lacquer; boxes and
the Japanese "find it useful to leave us
in ignorance, hut they act as conquer
ors," writes Kaymond -Lestonnat In
"Moreover, they are conquerors in the
absolute meaning of the, word. They are
advancing ruthlessly, whether by sword
or hammer, knowing what they want.
getting It and paying tho price if neces
"Japan today is on tho way toward
cornering the business and transporta
tion in the Philippines and other Pacific
"Not satisfied with the Far East, they
now aim at domination in the Mediter
ranean and Atlantic and even In tha
North sea,. In all these waters, Japa
nese ships are Been more often than
The writer then points out in detail
the Japanese plans for becoming the
greatest shipping nation. The Niooon
Yusen Kaisha line, doing business be
tween New York and Calcutta via Co
lombo and Cape Towro. Is now organis
ing a service between Yokohama and
Europe which will touch every stopping
place formerly used by the British.
F-ench, Dutch and German lines.
"The European and American com
mercial fleets must henceforth reckon
with terrible competition," continues the
Fair ten medium cow end beifers
He light calve
Stackers and feeders
Lamb Situation Weaker
With top quality Willamette valley lambs
quoted at 811 or a loas of 60c from previous
otK-tottons.. the lamb situation at North Port
land started depressed. Tb mutton situation
waa about steady with yearlings quoted on-.
cuangea at tne start.
Oeneral lamb and - mutton market ranee :
Bast Mcmnt Aden- lambs 611.50912.00
Storkers and feeders K.OOfrt 8.00
Valley lamb) 10.6-0911.00
Yearling , 8.00 9 9.00
Wethers 7.30 e rt.50
Ewes .- 6.00 9 t-00
Monday Morning Sale -
IN EFFECT OCT. 28
One of Most Sweejjing Acts Ever
Passed by. Congress; Expected
to Reach White House Today.
NO . HINT OF. VETO- GIVEN
Commissioners i .Authorized to
Swear Out Warrants' Giving the
Right, to Search f or Liquor.
Ave. lbs. Price.
. .. 972 7.00
. .. 610
. . . 960
. .. 873
. .. 841
. . . 970
. , .1040
No, Ave. lbs. Price,
Aueost . . . .
.September . . .
Novt-mber . . .
lnmlMr . .
New York spot market 20 point up at 3500.
feu. Leather, c. .. 105 1106
Cl.es. A Ohio..... 57 67 H
1 Iu. ti. IN estern. c . . . . .
Chi.. SL A St. P.. I 43 HI
Chi. A N. W ..... . 92
Chile Copper.... . .. 23 H
Cbino Copper. ... .1 43
Cot, Gas A Elec. . 63.
Coi.tinental Can ... 1)4
Colo F. . I.,,. 45
C01 . Ca. 93
Corn Products, e . . 89
Crncibla Steel, e. . . 283
Cuban Am. Sugar.'
Cuban Cane Sugar. . 42
Erie, c 15
General Cigar 84
General Electric. .. 169
General Motors. .. 303 330 i3U.r
t.ranny 1 ons ug 1 ss
Ot. Northern Ore. .4 43( 43-
t;u Northern By.. 86 8C
Creene Cananea... 48 ( 43
(iuil Htates teel.. TO I 89
see Bocunnos. .........
Illinois Central.. .. 64 I 94
inaua. Aiconoi . . . . isv 1181
Insinratjen Copper..) ill HI 02
inn. jgr. L'bem. . .1. . . ; .1
IntL Harvester 143 144
Int. II or. Marine, e.) u2J r,s u
Int. Nickel ,30 SO H
Keanecoft Copper.. 35 SO
Lackawanna Steel., 84 85
lebiuh Valley . . 471. 4 m
Mex. Petroleum. ...j251 J254
Montana rower. . .,. I .... .1
lliarai Copper. J 27 S 27
Midvale Steel. . . . . 33 I 53
XI o. Pacific, e. 1 S8 44 I SB
National, Enamel ... S3 83
National Lead...,. 86 87
Nevada Cons . .1 1 7 17
New Haven 1 S3 ! 83 V
N. Y. Air Brake... 186 140 41
X Y. Central.,...! 78 I 78
Norfolk A W 10 100
Northern Pacific... 88 86
Okla. Ref. 4k ITod. 9 10
Pacific Uatl 29 39
Pea Am. Pete. c... 182 138
Penn. Railway......! 43 I 43
People's Gaa . . . . .1 . i . . . j... . . .
Pierce OO. I 22 32
Pittsburg Cool, . 64 64
P. Steel Car.ci.. 109 -1109
PuilamnL 1. . . .'129 1130
nay .;ohs. i:onpef.. SSiti ZI
Kyt steet Springs... 11 I fs 103
Reading, e.- x...) 82 82
Kepnonc t. at s., ejiuoH 103
Rated Store V.,..il!3H 114
Rock lsUnd. . . t . 28 H- 29
Sliattnrk Corayer . i 8 H 18
Sloes HbeffiehT . ; . 4i7 T6
Southern Pacific . 110 110
Southern Ry.. e.. 25 25
) :oj si Dutch . .'. .1 tl 04 106 V
x u . a . r,i: A 1 19
Swift A Ce..v. 138 189
Tenn. Copper . . . IS 12
Texas Oil .i, 284 290
Texas Pernfie 64 64
Tobacco Products . loS - 108
fcnkm Pacific, e., 123 126
do preferred - . 68 S3
Trans., tltl . . . . 58 61
t'ntted Vood Pnft 7 8
Cnited Pratt. 103 193
V. 8. Rubber, e. 123 127
V. S. Smelt. A Ref. 72 74
V. SL Steel, e..,- 108 110
' opfd....ivii. Il tl
CUh Copper...... 84 86
Saa Fraaelseo Orala Market
San Franctoco, Oct. 20. -Barley calls: De
cember 68.15. Sales: Bay. 33.16 bid. 63.20
ask. Spot Feed Barter. 68.OO98.05; brewing.
33.20 0 8.25. . -
Whit oata, 32.85 92.95.
Calcutta bags, 15 He.
Xew York Metal Market
New Tork, Oct. 20. L' N. 8.) Copper
quiet: spot and October offered, 22: Novem
ber offered 22: December offered 22:
Jar.osry offered 22: February offered, 22;
March offered 23. .!
Lead Firm: spot and October 6.80B; No
vember 6.83B; December 0.40B; January
Spelter Firm, October, X or ember, Decem
ber. January and February. 7.69B.
Omaha Heat 616.10
Omaha, Oct. 20. (I. N. B.) Hoe Re
ceipt. 40.600; lS25c lower. Bulk, 118.23
913.75; top, 314.10,
Cattle Receipts. 17.000; beet and butchers
steady stackers end feeders strong.
Sheep Receipt. 19.000; sheep and year
lines 25 950c higher: lamb and feeders strong.
. Naval Stores Market '
Xew Tork. Oct 20. it N. 8.) Turpentine.
Savannah 81.69: N. Y.. 61.68..
Resin Savannah 17.00; New York. 817.73.
sew xorx, uct. u. IL jr. S.) Commer
cial bar silver is lttc bteher, at 118.
London. Oct. 20. (L N. .) Bar silver I
d higher at 64 d.
Seattle Fruit Market
Seattle, Oct. 20.. ( TT. P.)--Peacltts, East
era Washington, 81.00 91.25.
Pears D'Anjoua. 63.25; Winter NeDis, $8.
! Cassery is Parehased
Central ia. Wash.. Oct. 20. Earl and Lynn
McCoy, former Central ia Ira sines men. and N.
C. Draeobly of Pe KU have purchased the
Pe Ell esanery and will operate the pleat.
Xtw Yerk Batter aad Eggs
; New York. Oct 20. (L N. 8.1 Butter
Firm, lc higher. Receipts. 5094.
fcggj Finn. 2e hir.icr. Outside receiDts.
Jfew Tork Bead Market
Furnished by Overbeck A Cooke ComDanr.
Board 01 Trade bonding.
. 683 7.60 I
. 133 818.25 I
I 59 3 8.75' 1 20....
. 78 11.06 i 8....
. 82 11.00 1 23....
. 100 8 8.00 j
. 106 8 e.00 I 37....
. 98 9.00 I
2..,. 181 8.00 I
4.... 117 8 7.50 1
1 760 8 7.30 1
s leoo 9 5.50 1....
1. . . .1150 6 7.50 1
523 6 6.00 I
180 t 6.00
Money and Exchaag .
New York, Oct 20. (I. N. S. Call money
on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to
day ruled at u per cent; high. 8 per cent; low,
4 per cent , , ,
Time money waa firm.
Ratea were 8 per cent
The market . for prime mercantile paper was
Call money in London today waa 2' per
Sterling exchange was steady with business in
Banners Bute at se.mtt (or demand.
Apples for England
' Engine. Oct 20. La-t week 13 carloads of
apples were ahipped. some going as far a
Duluth. Oct 20. (L N. S.) Flax: Decem
ber, 64.28; May. 34.25.
Mlnneapolto. Oct. 20. (1. N. 8.) Flaxseed.
4.4194.43; April, 34.8794.41.
Kaa Fraaelseo Poaltry Market '
8n Francisco, Oct. 20. tr. P.) Poaltry
Broilers, 86 fee 32c; large boas. 34 9 86c; best
ducks, 28 9 25c.
. Washington. Oct. 20. (TJ. P.)
The prohibition law, deemed .one- Of.
the most sweeping acts ever passed
by congress, was expected to be sent
to tha White House today byv Attor
ney General, palmer, who has been
investigating its constitutionality. :
'The o!an. It was learned, i Id to have
the WH remain at the White House un
til October 2S. when It becomes effective,
even without President Wilson's signa
ture. From reliable quarters there baa
been no hint of a veto,
5 TjndeV this law. on Onloher 2 at the
latest It. would become illegat to man
ufacture or sell llciuor containing; more
than one half ot I per cent alcohol, or
any patent medicines or otner com
nnundg. fit for bevt-rage purt0B6. con
talnlnsr more than that amount ot
BF.XCM WARKASTB PEOYIDED
Violations are to be Investigated by
commissioners of internal revenue and
reported to local United States attor
neys. Commissioners are authorised tp
swear out warrants giving them a right
to search for. liquor ana arrest the ox
The alcoholic liquids not deemed 11
legal are denatured alcohol ; medicinal
oreraratlon ir jmrit xor Devernge pur-
poees, which muVt have the quantity of
alcohol contained printed on each pack-
age; flavoring extracts unfit for bev
erage us, vinegar and preserved sweet
Liquor manufactured beiosa the Dill
goes Into, effect 'may remain in United
State bonded warehouses and the al
cohol content reduced to bring it with
in the law withdrawn to be de
natured. - f
BEES BESTWCTIOJC ITAMED '
Beer containing less than one' half of
1 per cent alcohol may be sold, but not
tinder the -nam of beer, ale or porter.
Places where Intoxicating drinks are
sold are to he called common nuisances
against' the property If the owner, bad,
guilty knowledge of what wag going en -in
his building. - When such a place is :
discovered, the isw provide that an In-'
junction may "be Issued to stop the illicit, -'
sal and ; prevent removal ,of lhiuorrs.
When tha . elghttenth amendment to -the
corwtttutioo , goes into - affect next
January, many more "provision of the
law becoin operative. These . Include
regulation f ; physicians, -who cannot
prescribe i tlquor ; tnless ,v they, I are In
active practtc and licensed and the phy-
i;lRtv roust believe tt will, afford relief '
to the patient Net more than one pint
may be prescribed within 10 days. - .
Prescriptions must be made out on v
form supplied by : the Internal revenue
commissioner- with stubs Hke a check
book, the book to be turned In after all
blanka are - used; 1 for the official - rec- ,
orda. .No prescriptions may be filled
more than once and druggists must keep
a record similar to a poison record, f
each sale, time, place, oto.
ADTESTlSIIIO IS PROHIBITED , -
Advertising, manufacture or al Of
tablets or -forms for making liquor at
home ' ar prohlbltod. Advertising of
liquor in any way is made Illegal- - "
Kven the giving of information aa ta
where it may be obtained Is law break
lng, Vehicles used for transporting: it
shall be seised. .r-.-i.i
With ;, regard to possession of aleo- -
hollo drinks, the act ' says possession .
after February l 120, shall be prima
faclo evidence of intent to violate, ex
cept liquor In private homes, legttt-
mately purchased before the law went ,
into effect Tbia liquor ma v be used
only for the. personal consumption of-
tno owner, nis rainiiy and guests..-
Eich Parisian Is ' : ,
Tut Under Arrest;
Paris, Oct. 80. (I. N. S.) A sense- ,
tlon has been caused here by the arrest
of Adrten Iteroy, membor of a rich and
prominent family, whose apartment In
the Montmarte district was raided by '
the police. The authorities alleged that
they found an opium pip and a quan
tity of narcotics, but 3d. Kemy charges v
a "frame-up" and is threatening to sue
f th police.
M. r.emy i a pupil and patron of Kay
mond Duncan, head of a claaslo school. -of
dancing, and he himself is prominent
a a bare legged, tunic draped dancer, v
The Montmarte apartment Is described -as
blsurrely furnished, where guests 'elt .
sipping champagne and listening to soft
and languorous muelc and to poets re
citing original verses.
Victim of Hunting
Accident Is Dead '
Roseburg, Oct 20. Linn Adams, who
was accidentally shot when mistaken for
a deer by his cousin, Dr. Fred Adams of
Uarrisburg. Saturday afternoon, died
and the fine Imposed shall rest as Hens from the effects of the wound Sunday.'
62 . 9.00
960 t 6.60
Chirago Potato Market
Chicago, Oct 20. (I. N. S.) Potatoes
Receipts. 75 ears. Minnesota and Dakota,
LIBERTY AND VICTORY BONDS
If vau aauat SnTLL aar Llbon ar Victors Bond. SILL, to .
If vow can BUY mere Lakers or Vleter Bene. BWV from W8.
Today' opening Ngw Tork market to aa follows. They are the governing price for Liberty
and Victory bond aU over the world, and th highest W advertto these price daily In
order that yen may always know the New York Surket and th exact value of year Liberty
and Victor' bonds,
x 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 8rd 4th Victory Ylrtery
8 4s 4s 4l 4 4 8e 4
.Market prices. 190.40 95.80 98.72 95.86 98.72 95.40 98.56 99.64 99.64
Aecrned interest .... . 1.22 1.89 1.72 1.48 1.83 .41 .0 i.M I.B .
Total. ...... ...101.62 66.99 95.44" 90.84 95.55 95A1 83.02 I0U20 101.63 ,
When buying we dedue: 37e ea a 350 eon and 33.60 on a 81000 bead. We
ell at the New York market pins the accrued interest.
Burjlar and Plrworwef 6f Deposit aexet tee Kent. Open until I p. M, M Satureaya,
MORRIS BROTHERS. INC.
MORRIS BLDO.. SOO-S11 atark. Bet 6th and - Telephene Beeadwey gill ,
The Premier Municipal Bond House Capital oe Millies Belief' get. ever 26 rear.
Atchison genL 4s , . .
Bat b Ohio Cold 4s ......
Beth Steel ref 5s ........ .
Cent Pacific 1st 4 i ....... .
C, B. A Q. CoU 4s ! ,
Chicago N. W.' GenL 1 4s. , . . .
Chicago N. W. Gent 4s. . : . .
L. A N. CnL 4 ..........
New Tork Ry. 5 .i,.. , . . .
Nerthera Pacific P. JU 4
Reading , GebL 4 . .
L'nion-Pacifle 1st 4a i, . . . . .
U.i 8, Steel 6
t'sion I'acifie 1st Ret. 6s....,
Boathern I'acifie Cent. 6. . , .
Southern Pacific Conv. 4..."
Penna. Conv. 4. ,.7;....
Penaa 1st 4a .........
Che. A Ohio Conv. t
Oregoa Bbort Line 4 .... .
: 100 '
u- 88 .
r 02 .
- 84 H
Foreign Bond Market
1 Fnmkhed by Overbeck A; Cook Co.
. ' K 'iBkl . .Ask.
A-:F.5Oct 1920.;.....J! 97 97
IJJK. tts Nov. 19i9t. IH 100
CiK.'6 Nov. 1981s.....: 96H 98
Rep. Fiance 8a 1981, lue ' loS
Para . Oct. 1921 97 7
Marseille 6a No. 1919 99 . 99
Russia Exta. 6 a 1921,....: S 4
Russian Int SHs 1926. v.. .,.1 72 75
Dow 5 Apr. 1921. ; ,.... 98 ' .
fMm. 5 Apr. 1931.,.,,,,. - ng
Desi. Apr. 1926 t ....... ! - 3 96
Arscntino Ss May 1920..,-. ,. 19 V
Pea Canada 1937....... p rSf"
C.i K. 5 tt a . . i , . , , . i . j i 80 H
AMERICAS' LIVESTOCK PRICES
Chtoaee Hoes 914.70
Chicago. Oct 20. (L N. 8.) Hogr Top,
$14.70; heavy, weight, $14.00 914.60; mo
di nm weight. 614.00 914.70: Kghtweight.
814.00 914.69: light lighta, 818.83 914.40:
heavy packing sow,, smooth. 81S.0O9 14.50;
packing sows, rough. $13.50 918.73: pigs.
Cattle Receipts 31,000. Best grades steers
and she stock, steady to strong, . others weak.
Beef steers, choice and prime. (17.23 910.40;
mediniu and good. $11.00 917.00; good and
choice, $14.60 9 19.00; common aad medium,
$7.75 914.26; botcher cattle, heifers. $0,25 9
14.50; cows. 86.26 412.50; bulla. ii.SSat
10.30; eannea and -s-otteri, cows .and heif ers,
35.00 9 0.63; veal calves, liaht .and lialv
weight, $10.75 917.75.- feeder iteerv, $7,009
13.00; stock er steer. $6.00910.50; stacker
cow and heifers, $0.009 7.75; stocker calves.
i.uuCT iv.su; wesurn range cattle. Doer steers.
J"oi oovrs ana neuen,
SJteep Receipts, 95.000; steady to 25e
higher. Lamb. 64 Ib. down. 612. 75 a 1 un
coil and common, $8.75 912.50: rearlin
wetbera. e.S6 611.50; ewes. 84.50 a7. 73
culls and common, 88.00 9 6.33; breedins ewe.
36.i6912.0e; feeder lambs. 810.25 9 12.V5.
Kehse ca Men Bid to
ataaaas City. Oct 20. (L N. 8.) Cattle '
Keewpv. ee.ooo; steady to . strong. Steer.
810.WO9 16.59; cowa and heifers,, $8,00 9
12.00; stocker and feeders, $6.00 918.00;
calve. $10.00 918.75. -
aog Receipts. 15,000; 258Se lowtf.
Top'. $14.20: bulk. $13.50 914.00; hex vies,
318.60944.16; medium. $18.78 914.20; bght.
613.50W14.9O; piSH 613.0O91S.0O.
. Sheep Receipt-. 1 4,000; 24 9 5dc higher.
Lambs, $14.00 915.50; ewex, $6.50 fo 7.00.
a)nr HH 9UM
Denver. Celo., Oct 20. ( I', p.l CatUe
Iteceipta, 9000; steady to weak. Steers. 19.50
912.50; cow. and heifers, 66.5098. 30; Mock
er and leedera, 67.S6 911.O0; calve. $8,309
..aIo!P!K',1E,?l 130; i 23e lower. Top,
$14.28: bulk. $18.00913.50.
Sheep Receipt., 5,000; ateady to lower.
Lambs, 812.60 914.25,- Ewes. $6.099 7.00;
teeder lamb. 811.75 91.0O; '
; v aUI Hegt 14. v
Beaitle, Oct 20. 1 N. 8. 1 Hogs Be
ceiptv 206. steady. Prime lights, 815.00
16.00; medium to ehotce, 814.15 915.50;
rough heavtos. $18.00914.50; piga, $14,009
15.60- . :
- .Cifer'?ert 980' steady. Best ateora,
31O.50 a ll.OO: BaMmV tr. aaaaf
B. 50: common to sood. $8.00 9 7.00; bast cows
ana . aeiier.
eows, $5.9 7.
EXEMPT FROM ALL FEDERAL INCOME TAXES
.Dated October .1, 1919
DUlf SERIALLY AS FOLLOWS t
Amount Price Amount, i r.w
$ 1,000... Oct 1, 1930 104.1U $26,000... Oct. 1, 1935 103.40
2,000... Oct, 1, 1931 104.47 26,000.;. Oct. 1, 1936 105.68
1,000... Oct. 1, 1932 104.74 !26,090. . .Oct. 1, 1937 105.89
16,000v..Oct. 1, 1933 104.99 26,000. . .Oct, 1, 1938 106.09
26,000... Oct. 1, 1934 105.33 31,000. , .Oct. 1, ID39, 10C.2S
This issue of 5H5 Road Bonds of Clarke County, Washington, Is for the
purpose of hard-surfacing, some of the county's main highways, but chiefly a
stretch of 20 miles between Vancouver and Battleground. The bonds ar a -direct
tax general obligation of the ' entire county, all of its taxable property,
and resources being pledged to pay principal and interest as they become due.
The Financial Statement of Clarke county shows that the net debt of the county
is but 39 of the assessed value of it$ taxable property.
Without doubt this is one of the most attractive issues of bonds ever offered
clients and investors and we recommend them most highly as ' very safe and
profitable investment securities. "-. - - .-
PRICES: TO NET S
VSr. ; Chemical, er, .
Western Lnion , , .
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Phone: Broadway 21 51 . PORTLAND, OREGON ' ?houi Broadway 21 Si'
We ar riartot distributors ot potatoes
and oniona.- WW buy or handle on a
brokerage. Ship direct or send sample
we will quote prices.
OFFICE AT 11 FRONT ST. j,
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201-23 Railway Exchange Bldf. Portland, Oregon. "
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SIX TO ONE
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Issue will make a total of $81,000.-
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10 years ' and the : returns from
tourlsu alone amounts to $37,000.
000 per annum. Oregtn will soon
nee the result Of th great con
structive era now groins; on and will ,
soon connect . California's , system
over a road paved with-,-
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