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COUNT SIX AVERAGE WORDS TO THE LINE.
IOFE5SION8 AND TRADES. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
ttsiaess CacU anct Societies
0 COLE. OFFICE TN JODD
DR. Onice Honrs, m i
Telephone, lied 371.
TLLHR, M. D., DESPAIR BLOCK,
and corrects eye trouDira.
bndltlons and Impaired nennB.
correctly nttea ror reiracura ct-
tTclephone, Main Hal.
L- nxMTTT. nFFICK UVK MIlBi
Eton RnvlnKs Tank. Telephone, 80;
telephone, main tui.
M1FIELD, M. HOMEOrATn-
rslclan and snrfeon. unice in
Idlng. Telepnone; unice, uiaca,
LL1AM nOTTSE, riTTSICIAJf AND
n. Office, room u, jnaa duihuuk.
lain 721. Ilesiaence puonc, umc
M'FACL. ROOM 17 ASSOCIA'
ok. Telephone. Mam U3i; resi-
Icphone, hlack 101.
M. HENDERSON. rOTBIClAN
argeon. specialties eye. ear, uuc
at. cimce in savings uan uuuu-
one Main 331.
Office one block west
TT. HTiATvESLEE. CHRONIC
rvous diseases and diseases of wo-
Sip. Hotel renaieron, tor. "
m Sts., Tendleton, Or. 'Phone
TJOnAN, DENTIST. OFFICE IN
mlldlng. 'Phone Hod 71.
W nrVTTRT. OFFICE IN AS-
m block, over Schmidt's new drug
one Ked S7.
ITECTS AND BUILDERS.
wAnn. AUcniTi.cT bu-
dent. makes complete ana reno-
'or nnlldinps in me cuj ut cuuu-
17 Judd unuaing.
COLE, CONTRACTORS AND
S. Estimates rurnisnea on snori
LTnh work a sneclaltr. Prompt
Bhop on Elutt Btreet near Main.
noTAL NEiannoRS of America
Wlldwood Camp, No. 5333, meets second
ad fourth Tuesday of each month In Odd
Fellows' hall. Mrs. Ida Ilolcomb, Oracle;
Mrs. Nettle Robblns, Recorder.
UMATILLA TENT, NO. 27, K. O. T. M.
Meets In Secret Society Hall, second
and fourth Tuesdays In each month. All
visiting Sir Knights cordially Invited. J.
S. Kees, Record Keeper; E. D. Estabrook,
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 52. A. F. AND
A. M., meets first and third Mondays of
each month. Visiting brethren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, W. M.; Joe II. Parkes, Sec.
rENDLETON CIIAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor, II. P., F. F. Wamsley, secretary.
Meets first and fourth Friday of each
month In Masonic nail.
DAMON LODGE. NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
Pythias. J. F. Nowlln. C. C: R. W.
Fletcher, K. of R. and S. Meets CTcry
Monday In Secret Society Hall.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Tntnllla Camp, No. 0399. Meets first
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows nail. George A. Hamblln, Con
sul ;-G. A. Robblns, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Tendleton Camp. No. 41. W.
of W. are held In Secret Society Hall
every Saturday evening, visiting neign-
bors are always welcome, J. i Haiiter,
Clerk ; J. r. Earl, C. C.
Mosquito Little boy, while you axe turning the grindstone, you can be telling
me where your papa sleeps.
NO CHANGES IN THE
BALLERAY & YcCOURT, LAWYERS, AS80
CARTER AND RALEY. ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Office In Savings Bank Building,
STEPHEN A. LOWELL. ATTORNEY AT
l,aw. iioom 14 Association Ills.. Ten
HENRY J. BEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Association lllocK, I'endleton, Oregon.
N. BERKELEY, ATTORNEY
Office In Association Block.
E. D. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 111
L. B. BEEDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AY, CONTRACTOR AND BUILD-
JEstlmates fnrnisned on an ainus
pry, cement wsiks stone wans eic.
orders at East Oregonlan office.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
RATIONAL BANK OF ATOENA.
Capital, fs o.ooo; snrpms ana
MOOO. Interest on time deposits.
1 Foreign nnd Domestic exchange,
is promptly attended to. Henry
I. president: T. J. Kirk, vlce-presl-
S L. Barnett, cashier; F. S. Le-
JAMES A. FEE,
LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
8TILLMAN AND PIERCE, ATTORNEYS
at Law. Mr. stlilman has been admitt
ed to practice In United States patent of
fices and makes a specialty of Patent Law.
Rooms, 10, 11, 12, and 13 Association
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
TOE OLD SEMPLE FEED YARD. 723
Cottonwood street, Lindsay k Doty
props. Livery, feed and sale stable. Bad
die horses at all times. Horses for sale.
Phone Red 41.
S-DLETON SAYINGS BANK PEN
. Orezon. Organized March 1.
tnltal. JSO.OOO;. surplns $00,000;
sallowed on time deposits. Ex-
fought and sold on all principal
Special attention given to col-
W. J. Furnish, president ; J. rs.
fce-presldent ; T. J. Morris, cashier.
ItRMERS' BANK OF WESTON,
K nmffnn T)np n mnml huntr
ess. Exchange bought and sold.'
is promptly attendee, to. u.
president: George W. Proebstel,
dent: J. R. Kligore, cashier: dl-
$8. A. Hartman, M. M. Johns, T.
G. D. Graw, j. v. Kligore, HODerc
G. W. Proebstel.
MBsSnATIONAL BANK OF PENDLE
Capital $70,000: surplus. $05,000.
tsMttets a general 'banking, business. Ex
pand telegrapmc transrers soia on
ttnn l rancisco. rtew iurs nuu
points In the Northwest. Drafts
China. Japan and Europe. Makes
s on renionnDie terms. i,evi An
isldent : W. F. Matlock, vlce-prcsl
B. Wade, cashier; n. C. uuern
O. K. FEED AND SALES YARD. B. CHES-
nut, prop., GIB Aura St, bet. Webb and
Alts.. "O. K." treatment given horses left
in our care.
TOE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
Stable, M." J. Carney, proprietor, for
fine turnouts. Stable 118 Alta street
COMMERCIAL STABLES, G. W. FROOME
Prop. Livery, Feed and Boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite uotei renaieton. rnone Main iui
DEPOT LIVERY, FEED AND SALES
Stables. First-class single and double
rigs for all occasions. - 027 Cottonwood
St., 'phone Main 701. Elvln Craig, prop,
OREGON FEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
Prop. Special care given to horses left
with me. Lower Webb street 'Phone
BOARD AND LODGING.
BOWMAN. LEADING PHOTOGRA-
of the city, narvest views. In-
tosTor sale. Finishing done for
aialn St., near bridge. 'Phone
I" BROS., COURT STREET, LA
block. Electricians, dealers In elec-
Bupplles. nouses, stores, wired for
plights. Dells or telephones. Eiec-
xtures or all kinds. Get our prices,
vork a specialty.
1ANCE . LAND BUSINE8S.
THE STRAHON ROOMING HOnsE. MAIN
St., Mrs. R. A. Strahon, prop. Nice large
wen Kept rooms in new building, with
(ood clean beds.
THE WHITE LODGING HOUSE, 801
South Main street, M. T. Bradley, prop.
Housekeeping rooms and lodging rooms.
Good comfortable rooms and clean, well
ept beds. Lodging 25 cents.
EMPIRE LODGING nOUSB, CORNER OF
E. Court and Johnson streets; goods
large, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Rates 25c and SOe a night Thos. Smart,
HOTEL ALTA. CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Board by the day or week.
Good table set. Rates $4 and $5 per week.
Pendleton Feed Yard In connection. L.
Fruits Beginning to Come In Little
Wheat Sold In Pendleton Market
Uncertain Farmers Think They
Are Justified In Holding for Better
For a week there has been no
change locally In the market quota
tions in any lines. Everything Is at
a standstill but prices are strong on
Fruits are beginning to come Into
the market from local sources and
many kinds have fallen in price
slightly since they opened, but no
change is noted within a week. Ap
ples, pears, plums, peaches and all
kinds of the delicious fruits are to
bo had at every grocery store. Water
melons are also getting to be almost
a drug on the market and several gro
cery firms are getting them by the
wagonload from the Milton and Free
water country, in the east end of the
Meats remain the same as quoted a
Wheat Remains at 50 Cents.
Wheat remains at 50 cents al
though it Is slightly off at this fig
ure. Dealers say they are paying
50 cents a bushel, but It Is really
worth 49 on the local market, ac
cording to what they an having to
turn It for.
There has been comparatively lit
tle wheat sold In Pendleton as the
farmers are holding for an expected
raise in the price. Most of the grain
has been sold in the east end of the
county. Around Milton and Weston
It Is said that almost all of the hold
ings which amount to much has been
contracted. The farmers of the east
and seem not to have so much confl
dence in a fluctuating market, as the
wheat growers around Pendleton.
The markets are somewhat uncer
tain at present and it is impossible
for the dealers to make any calcula
tions as to the future. Farmers
claim that the local market Is not
what the foreign markets justify and
tney will hold and risk a raise, but
whether or not they see this raise
remains to be seen.
Barley Is 70 Cents.
Barley remains at 70 cents a hun
dred and little Is selling. At this
figure few farmers are selling, pre
ferring to hold for an advance, which
they say Is sure to come.
per lb; next grade, 35c per lb; lower
grades .rfee, ZEc to 15c per lb;
package coffee, 15c per lb.
nice Best head rice, 12c per lb;
next grade, 8 l-3e por lb.
Sugar Cane granulated, best, $5.25
por sack; do., 16 lbs., SI.
Salt Coarse, $1 per 100; table,
sz.50 per 100.
Flour, B. B. $3.25 per bbl.
Flour, Walter's $3.25 per bbl.
1 time 15a
2 times .. .. , 20c
1 week 30c
Extra lines: 10 cents each
1 time 20o
2 times 30c
1 week 45c
a week; 25 cents line per month.
FOR 8ALK-A DAVID BRADLEY ALL-STEEL
Hsy Bler; lorilet abarfstn. J B Des
paln, Uklah, Oregon
FOR 8AI.K TWENTY ROOM LOnatNfl
house; turnUhrd; will b) nolri at a barialn;
It will py you to look Into thlt offer. Adam
"11," caro Kant Oregonlan.
LOST OS THE STREETS OK PENDLETON. A
wheat tryrr; uttMi reward will be pslil for
returning the name to W F.Taylor, at raclfle
Cnatt Elevator Co.'s offlco In Saving llink
STRAYED FROM PASTURE RAY GELDING,
black point: h yeir old; weight about 12on;
branded "A L" on right hip: umall Hilt lu right
car. Ten dollars reward will bo paid for horto
or Information leadln? to recovery.
uieiian, rennieion, ure.
C. E. Mo-
HORSES TO PASTI'RE TIMOTHY, OR
chard and brome grasses; good pasture;
plenty of running water. Terms reasona
ble. W. B. Ross, Mcacham, Oregon.
KELLAR BROTHERS, PLASTERING
and cementing. Cement walks a spe
cialty. Estimates furnished free. Work
guaranteed. Leave orders at Itadley and
Zahncr's cigar more. Main St., P. O. box
MISS MINNIE H. ROSE, GRADUATE
Nurse. 200 Turk street. "Phone Black
3."4 : calls day or night promptly respond
WOOD SAWING, CONTRACT WORK A.
It. Stephens. Hcaduarters at Grays
Harbor Commercial Co., and Neuman's
Cigar Store. "Phones Black 124 and Main
Portland Wheat Market
Portland, Sept 4. The new crop of
wheat is moving slowly this way, but
It will be well Into September before
there will be anything llko a free
movement. Farmers have sold but
little so far, although bids are at
above the market value. Prlvato ad
vices from Interior points stnto farm
ers have very advanced Ideas as to
selling prices and show a strong dis
position to hold out for more monoy.
The export demand Is fair. Intorlor
merchants arc said to be actively
competing for good-sized parcels and
are running prices up. Harvesting as
yet is hardly finished In any section
and it will be fully a fortnight before
definite returns from tho harvest Burners aro amply supplied and the
field can bo secured of tho amount of call has boon almost exclusively con-
wheat harvested. Yields have been fined to small lots. Prices aro very
very disappointing so far, notwlth- strong, and somo advances aro being
standing tho acreage is fully 10 per obtained, though very slowly. Thoro
cent greater than a year ago; the has been a fair trade in territory
yields have decreased from 15 to 30 wool. Flno staples aro quoted at 55
per cent. Exporters are at times In CCc: strictly flno. 53G5c; lino and
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. WEIIH ST.,
West of Hotel Eastern. All kinds of re
pairing done at reasonable prices. Bicy
cles, gun and machine repairing a special
ty. Simmons, Proprietor.
Ann SM0N PACIFIC
the market for wheat and at present fine
ruling prices for cargoes In London, lCc.
with freight rate added, CI cents Is strong.
an extreme figure for Walla Walla
club; blue stem, 63 cents, and valley,
62 cents, Valley crop Is turning out
better than at first reported and this
section of tho country will have a fair
crop hardly enough for any export-
medium, 50rG2e; medium, 43
Flue fleeces contlnuo especially
lng, but plenty for the mills, that arc W?J" 60cfpl each
Skins, Hideo and Pelts.
Portland, Sept. 4. Sheepskins
Shes.llngg, lB20c; short wool, 250
35c; medUm wool, 30060c; long
very numerous in that section.
Wheat In San Francisco.
San Francisco, Sept. 4. Tho mar
ket here has shown no change since
our last review. Harvest Is practi
cally over and good crops have been
harvested all over tho state except In
the southern portion. Tho market
has shown little activity and tho ex
port business is rather quiet. A fair
Hides Dry Hides, No. 1, 16 pounds
and up, 1515c per pound; dry kip,
kip, No. 1, 5 to 15 pounds, 12c; dry
calf, No. 1, under 6 pounds, 10c; dry
salted bulls, and stags, one-third less
than dry flint; salted hides, steers,
sound, 60 pounds and over, 8019c;
60 to 60 pounds. 78c; undor 50
pounds and cowb, 7c; stags and bulls,
sound. o&bVio: kip, sound. 15 to zo
pounds, 7c; veal, sound, 10 to 14
poundB. 7c; calf, sound, under 10
1.22 per cental.
mnrnmont la lr npnnpntD f
erlne freely and meeting tho market Pus. 8c; green (unsalted) lc per
Prices range from $1.13 1.15 fori i "uu '
No. 1 shipping; milling. $1.17140 . OD w.
2550c: coat oklns, common, each,
1015o; Angora, with wool on, each,
Pelts Bear skins as to size, no. i,
each, $5020; cubs, $25; badgor,
ftaMi I040c: wildcat. 26050; house
Athena, Umatilla county, L. A. """"Si ""," boos- do
i , . . cross. Aftpn. ynmbi u-
Ljuau ui iiurvi-Hr- w p-if rt nn n '
United States department of agri
culture, climate and crop bulletin of
the weather bureau, Oregon section,
for the week ending Monday, Sep
PARKES. OFFICE COURT 8T.
site Golden Rule hotel : land office
hnch as filing of claims and In!
contests a specialty.
IAILEY. JR.. U. S. LAND COM-
oner specialty made of land ni
proof: insurance and collections,
Judd uulldlng, room 10.
tABS AND CARRIAGE8.
TIBB HACK. NEW AND VKIIT
! style, for the service of the public
La run ana J as. h. McKay, nroos.
the Commercial Llverv Stable or
me aiain jtsi ana tue nacs will call
VB LINE. ERWIN BAKER. PnOP.
!one Main 333. Stand In front of
O'DANIEL. NEW AND RRPONn
goods bought and sold. Court St,
uuae uiock. can ana see mm.
PBLE, DEALER IN SECOND
gooaa. if there Is anything you
.- new or sarniifl hand furnlfnrp.
ranlte ware and crockery, call and
ces, no. 213 court Bt I
KUD & SON FOR WHEAT RACKS
ana best In town, 814 Webb Bt
BILLY KRASSIG, BARBER SHOP AND BATH
rooms. ODDotite Hotel St. Qeortre. (iooa
workmen. Everything In the best sanitary
BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRING.
L. GREENAWALD, THE OLD RELIABLE
Shoemaker. First class repairing with beit
materials, enop in rear oi vinainger, wiison
JOHN WILSON, FIR8T CLASS SHOD
maker and repairer. Best material used
nd good work done. Shop 117 Alta
"WANTED A GIRL TO DO HOOSEWOBK.
ply to urs Baer, Jackson street.
WANTED GENTLEMAN BOARDERS BY THE
weex: eooa tame tel. wri n. j. ineiev.
302 Water street, corner Johnston.
WANTED NICELY FURNI8HED ROOMS FOR
nounekeeplng. Apply at ibis once.
FOR RENT F0RNI8HED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms and sin le rooms. 719 College street.
opposite court house. Mrs. Alice Smith, Prop.
FOR RENT-KIVEltOOM COTTAGE ON CLAY
strut between Webb and It&llroad. Inaulre
of Jan. 11. Welch, 120 Court strert.
FOUND LADIES' HANDKERCHIEF AT EAST
Oregonlan office. Owner call at this omce.
Local Market Prices.
The following shows the price
paid on the local market:
Raspberries, 2.75 a prata.
Blackberries, $2.25 a crate.
Pineapples, $6 a dozen.
Watermelons, $5 a dozen.
Muskmelons, $3 a dozen.
Tomatoes, 10 cents per pound.
Peaches, 10 cents per pound.
Apricots, 10 cents p.r pound.
Cherries, I1.7B per crate.
Plums, three boxes for 25c.
String beans, 5c a pound.
Parsnips, 76c per sack.
Cabbage, 3c per pound.
Cheese, per pound, 20c.
Onions, 3c per pound.
Green onions, 25c dot.
Beets, per lb, lc
New potatoes, 114c per pound.
Garlic1 -2 c per lb.
Pendleton Live Stock enj
Chickens, hens, pet dot.,
Turkeys, per lb., 10c.
Geese, per dor., 19.
Spring chickens, per dot.. S2.60 and
Ducks, por doz., $3.75.
Pigeons, per doz., $1.50.
Eggs, 20c in trade.
Butter, 25c' and 60c per rolL
Choice Dc-cf Cattle, Etc
Cows, per hundred, $3.1003.25.
Hogs, live, $6,
Hogs, dressed, 8c.
Calves, dressed, 8Sc.
Pendletw Betall Grocery Prices.
Coffee Mocha and Java, best, 40c
Atnena, Umatilla county, h A. ' j eacn ,i.E02; do
GIthens.-About two weeks yet to ' d !'w and
about average. High winds just bo- ,each' "f0,1 ""IT' f".0.'
fore harvest occasioned some iOS8. ?5J cauch-23: mink, strict
Wpathor n,i ..,., ly No. 1, each, 50c$1.50; marton,
was planted this season' and It gives I?'0 Plne- cco,-dlnB t sire and color,:
promise .now of an excellent enm for L""60?5 .mu8,ratB'. ea?h 6
this localltv uuc; skiuik, eacn, luttiouc; civet or
nrltnn ftlrfna nnnfi iiKfihT finnftinr
riot.-.. I ..-. i, -,r- ,
... w.,Co,un, w tn i.0!ld n(I cawB norfect. eanh.
Chicago, Sept. 4. Cattle Market J2tf23: raccoon for large nrlmo. each.
for rangers Jower. Good to prime 3050c; wolf, mountain, with head
steers nominal, $7.058.C0; poor to perfoct, each, $3.5006; wolf, pralrio,
medium, $4.257.50: stockers and fcovotei. without head, car-h. 30ff2)35c:
feeders, $2.5006.20; rows $1.605.65; wolverine, each, $t7; beaver, per
nSPAST TIlllO Soluxllllo ABS1TS
roa Vniin Pundlutoii to
OhlcaRo. Salt Ijko, Denver, Ft
Portland Worth, Omaha. Kan
Special iti city, St. Uuli, 8:00 a. u.
fi-M p. tn. Chicago and East.
ington. Atlantis Salt Liku, Donvi'r, Ft
Kxnre Worth, Omaha, Kn-
S:4.ia m. ai City, Bt. txmli, 11:10 p. nt.
via Hunt Chlcajo aud KiUt.
Ht p. ni Wnlla Wnlla,LenUlon,
FaitVall Spokane, Wallace
8-lVa mi I'nlltnan, Mlnneapo ..
.isa.m, n, Kt. Paul, Dululh, sP-'"-
Spokane. i"d KsUrtf"' C1,l"g0
Ocean and River Schedule.
All alllnir dates sub-
8Kp.m. XStHSio !
Ball overy ft days.
BmXj Columbia River
8:00 pm. To Aatorla and Way Sunday
Boats leavo Portland dally, except Sunday.
(Huge at water pcrmiltlliK) (or WllUmelte an4
Yamhill River points.
1 att a. m.
Rlparla to Luwlitou
7 aw a. ra.
F. F. WAMSLEY, Agent, Pesdlston.
Chicago, Bt, Pnul, Bt. IkhiIb, Kan
sas City, Bt. Joe, Omaha, mill
All Points East and South
Portland and points
on the Sound
Leave Pondleton, dally c-irent Sundays at
Arrive Pendleton Monday. Wednesdar and
Arrive Pendleton Tueidav. Thuridar and
Saturday 10:M am.
Iavo Walla Walla dally, east bound, OaiO pm,
Arrive Walla WaJln dally, weit bound, 0 ara.
For lnforniatlou regarding rates and aeoonu
modatlom, call on or addreu
w. adamh, Agent,
8. II. OALDKRHKAI), O. P. A
walla walla. Wash,
Heifers, $2.50C; canners, $1.50
2.50; bulls, $2.255; calves, $2.76
7.o; Texas-fed steers, $34.60;
western steers, $4oo.70.
Hogs Market 510c higher and
closed weak. Mixed and butchers,
$7.3507.90; good to choice heavy,
T.bUM.t; rough heavy. S7.5S)7.75:
light, $3.7503.85; bulk of sales, $7.40
Omaha. Sept. 4. CattleMarket
active and strong. Native steers
$4.7508.25; cows and heifers, $30
$5.25; Western steers. $400: Texas
steers, $3.7505.25; cows and heifers
$2.8004.40; canners, $1.75 02.75:
stockers and feeders, $2.7505.40;
calves, $3.5005.50; bulls, stags, etc.,
Hogs Market 10c higher. Heavy
$7.3507.45; mixed, $7.40 0 7,45; light
$7.4007.55; pigs, $007.25: bulk of
Shoej Market 5010c higher, Kedi
muttons, $3.7504,10; wethers. $3,250
3.75; ewes, $2.75 03.&O; common and
Blockers, $203.50; lambs, $3.5005.25.
skin, largo, $500; do medium, $304;
do small. $101.60: do kits. 60076c.
ia i vo t aj. v
J ut to auUUn.
W M Pr.icnU tat, 1. .1 n
MEN AND WOMEN.
TIm Itlirtli tnr unnfttliril
Irrttatiuut or ulcrtiou
fl bkiicuua infuurcDdi,
J'llljtid. DH !
i ne not them
Pullman Slecpliij? Cara.
Elegant Dining Girs,
Tourist Sleeping Cara.
alnluu. anil nut eittU:
iTHttMJlCHtwouCa. ".ut ur ruiwr.tiu.
-or aout hi iaia it.yai
l.r uicrb... firrn,(il tii
f Ol. or 3 buttlM, trtuT
Circular nut vu intuit.
SB CMicMEbTtfl-a enoLieH
,-"7i. . '!'"1 ""It iui.
UaUa Ula pi
hi I UK Ill t Klt'k i uiii iJiJ
1. I(i:i .B'l U.llf. U,ll M4US
wiui u.i niu,o i i.,. ii,rr. lUfuM
and nil ioliit ICiuit ami Bouth
Tbrouxb tlckota to Japan and Chlua, via
.1 atoms aud Northern Pacific Hteamablp Co.
1 aud American line.
iiusm for i'.,n.ui.r.iuii ..r.i. , at7W) p. in.
4-iteii.i rr.ii.iin,'Mi.uK,tfra. I lorthtr liilormatlou, Urns card., mass
Third and Morri.ou BU Portland, Ort,
Boston Wool Market Strong.
Iloston. Sept. 4. Duslness In the
wool market Is practically alonK the
same lines as last week. Largo con-
Ct MPWISI r?',n9P,i '"HIS u" I" "X r JJ . 1 lu. ol 11m Haul.
vl jtUilAoe. aiujMn. uuc, U(f.u.aiJU. euros Lost Mnnhood, lm.
rmaiorriiosa niBoniniu, ruins
, a-nma uuo4. n.noua ua
t tTVTG Daman. Viwlcocala,
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