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THE EUODTE DAILY OUABD, WEDNESDAY, SEPT 28, 1910
New and Second Hand
1 have recently taken the agency for the Chalmer, Hud
son, Pope Hartford and Peerless Automobiles. It is
necessary that the cars I have on hand at the present
time must be sold at a sacrifice so as to maxe room for
a car load of 1911 models
E. M. F. 30
I his car is new and has never been out of the salesroom
5 passenger 30 H. P., 3 speed selective type slide gear,
cone clutch, double ignition, spitdorf magneto, 1 1 0 in
wheel base 32x3% M. & W. tires, mohair top, storm
curtains, glass front, speedometer, trunk rack, dark blue
body with cream running near. * One year guarantee
New Flanders "20"
Has*never been out of salesroom
4 passenger 20 H. P., detachable rear seat, cone clutch,
sliding gear, double .................................
Hartford tires, 100 in wheel base, mohair top, storm
curtains, glass front, speedometer, color dark green
One year guarantee
Flanders “20” Demonstrator
This car his been slightly used as a demonstrator. Same specificati ins and equip
ment as above car aud as good as new
Studebaker R. E M. F. “30” Demonstrator
This ci.r has been completely o/erhiuled and has new tires fall /around. jSame
specifications and equipment as above E. M, F. Has been run _>000 miles
24 H. P. Buick
This car was taken in trade for new one, completely overhauled. 5 passenger,
24 H. P., 30x4 Michelin tires, top and extra tire, color maroon
24 p p„ 2 passenger, 30x3 Fisk tires almost new, double ignition, spidorf meg neto»
top, color dark green.
BUYERS OF ANY OF THE ABOVE CARS WILL
BE TAUGHT TO OPERATE THEM
FREE OF CHARGE
The Mozach Auto Co.
10th and Oak Sts
Phone M 440
WEEKLY REPORT OF
though what they can hope to gain
by waiting is not clear.
The grower* in this state, for the
most part meantime are not pressing
their hops on the market. Most of
them appear confident of a better
market, later, but some here and
there are showing a disposition to let
go at 12 1-2 to 13 1-2 cents, price*
now offered in a very limited way.
and their action is naturally not
such as to boost the market.
So far as can be learned there la
as yet no demand of consequence for
Oregon hops. That there will be a
demand the coming month is a mat
ter of general belief, but what it
will amount to, and the extent to
which it will effect prices. Is uncer
FOR MALE— Hootlnurd)
FOR HALE OR RENT -Seven-room
Poultry, Egg«, Etc.
bungalow, small barn, good well;
Eggs—Per dozen, 32c.
large lot. Enquinre at 745 Ghar
Dairy Butter- Per roll, 70c.
ette st, on the car line; paved
ri' 'in Street.
Fryer»— Per pound. 12<- to 14c.
street; south front; 50x80 feet;
Hens—Per pound, 12c,
FOR HALE Gray seed oats, cheat
has sewer, gas, water, sidewalks,
Turkeys—16 it 18c.
seed, baled hay and cedar posts.
alley on the side. This is the only
Fruits, Vegetal,les, Etc.
H. L. Bond, Irving, Or. Phone
close In lot and is a snap for the
money, only »1600. H. E. Owen,
Onions—Per cwt., »2.00.
536 Willamette st. Main 475. s30
FOR HALE A good gentle driving
horse and covered buggy for ,12f>. 'OR SALE—2 iota, each 66 1-3 frou»*
Call at 232 W 10th st., er phone
age by 179 deep. Price, |»u00. On
Good Cow»—2 V4 ©3 V4c.
one Is a five-room house, large shed
Peach Market Oversupplied.
Common Cows— 2 Vi ft 3c.
barn, chicken house, 2-rocji house,
The peach market is still over
Steers— 3 Vi © 4c.
FOR SALE - Special to Investors on«
tent bedroom, small porches, chick
Veal—Prime dressed, under 125 stocked and slow. The majority of
block best College Hill property a
en house and carpenter shop; small
sales were at 50 and 65 cents. Grape*
a bargain. Inquire Hunter Elec
orchard on the land. Or will rent pounds, 7 © 8c.
were also in good supply, but price*
trie Co.. 32 W. 8th St
Mutton on foot—3c. •
5-room house >12 per month, not
were maintained on turkeys at (la
Hogs on foot—9c.
FOR SALE Good timber relinquish
»1.25 for crate».
Dressed Hogs— 11 Vi C.
ment; ba« cabin; well located.
The sweet potato market has ad-
a month, furnished.
For further particular» Inquire of
vanced 35 cents in California and the
Grain and Fwd
H. E. Owen, 636 Willamette at.«30 FOR SALE No. 10—140 acres of
local market will be higher when the
Stock now rolling arrives One car
good fruit, dairy or farming land.
FOR SALE Beautiful East front
was received yesterday. The sauer
13 miles from Eugene and on a
Wheat—Per bushel. 85c.
lot» on Oregon avenue; two blocks
kraut packers are In the market for
goo J road, close to schrxal, church,
Bran—Per ton. ,26.
from car line; 15 minutes walkl and not far from a good store; 65
supplies and tn meet their wants cab
Mixed Feed—Per ton, ,30.
from First National bank; high
bage is being brought up from Cali
acres in cultivation, the rest in
Shorts—Per ton, ,32.
FOR SALK—Modern dwelling for' tlmb-r and pasture; creek runs
Itrensed Meats Good.
sal»* to make room for new church | through the place; g ;od family or
A circular issued by Everding tc.
chard. berries; good springs, and
Oats—Per bushel, 38c.
Bid:, received until September 2'
weil on the place; good-six-room
by committee. G. G Gross, A. C
Market is small and medium;
Jennings, P E Snodgra-t
tf I house; two new barns and other
PORTLAND MARKET REPORT.
fancy; veal is very good and at 13c
outbuilding* in good condition.
SNAPS IN ORGANS1 »2v to »65
There Is a good list of things goes aUon in the hop market just now Is for beet, but there has been a good
Maxon £ Hamlin. E»*y, Bentley
with the place, such as farm imple a rather peculiar one. It is generally many large ones and rough ones mar
and others, some used six months
ments, stock, household goods, conceded that the English crop this keted of late, and for such the de
gwod as new. Need room for pi
grain, hay ana other things, but year is a good deal short of the re mand ls not as good as it was, nor
ano*. The Wiley B Allen Co ,
not at the price we offer the place, quirements of that country, and Is the price as high a« it was. The
25 E 9th st tf
but can be bought at cost, as the
say it is beyond question that trade gets the 200 pound and 250-
FOR SALE —4 -room house, two lots • party wants to go away and will dealers
the English brewers will have to pound sort from 6 to 7 1-2 cents,
fruit trees and small fruit growing
The market for good pork is still
sell them at a great bargain for a draw heavily upon this country. On
nicely, on graVeled street. 2 ’i blks
short time. This place and the tbecontinent the hop output promises firm and we get for the best as much
from car line. Price »1350. In
things that go with the place is a to be just about the amount annually as 18c.
quire at this office or call at 699
Local Butter Market Topheavy
snap. Price for the place is only used there, which, in the event of
E. 20th St , Gross add.________ tf|
The local butter market is top-
»40 per acre, with good terms. H. any considerable export, means im
DIRT FOR SALE—A few loads of| E. Owen, 536 Willamette st. Main portations by the continental brew heavy, with Eastern and California
dirt at the excavation being made
s30 ers. The brewers on the other side stock selling at all prices.
Fresh local butter, however, is
are said to have practically exhaust
building on Wllamette street, next
scarce and the old quotation is main
to Ax Billy Department Store.1 WANTED—Young man for electri would seem to give promise of an tained without much effort.
Good loam, suitable for lawn. s29! cal work. Address 8. H. F., care early demand for new stock. In this
Poultry buyers have shown little
to take held this week so
s30 country the stock of old hops in the inclination
and well drained. I bought tlhese
far, and as receipts yesterday were
lots by the acre five years ago and WANTED—A girl or woman for gen hands of brewers are reported to be fairly large, the market was weak.
the smallest for this stage c-f the sea- Hens were quoted at 16 to 17 cents.
now put them on the market for,
housework. Enquire at 623 , son in years.
the first time. Price will suit It, eral
The egg market showed no new
“30 | in the face of general conditions features.
you plan to build. Take the Col-. Lawrence st.
lege Hill car.
Oregon Prunes Firmer East
WANTED—A competent woman or
ner, 303 West Nlnetenth street, ol! girl for general housework. Apply I dinarlly would make for a strong and
Prunes on the Coast are firmly
FOR SALE A few bargains that1 afternoons from 2 to 5 o’clock at i probably the finest nop crop in the held and reports from the East show
tf ! ' world, harvested in the best possible a steady stiffening market wlt'a the
must be sold at once. Good 5-room' 341 E. 9th st.
cottage, modern, city water and WANTED—Position by lady stenog i manner and under the most favor export trade assuming proportions
sewer connected, large barn, fine, rapher, eight years’ experience in able circumstances, now ready for that give promise of a well maintain
ed market throughout the fall and
lawn, lots of shade trees and flow
general office work. References . market. Yet to date there is no de- winter. In the Eastern market the
ers. located between the high school
given. E. C. Walker, Dallas, Ore. j mand for the goods. In the East the most desirable sizes are movlnj in a.
and U. of O., 1 1-2 blocks from car ■30.
brewers are waiting, perhaps in the satisfactory way, and buyers are pay1
line, price ,2500.
. hope of getting hops later at lower ing the full prices demanded, though
MEN WANTED—Laborers to 6hovel | prices than they would now have to in some cases a little reluctantly.
FOR SALE—Two full blocks of 20
dirt and gravel.
See Carson I pay, and the Englishmen as well, ap-
Coast market is unchanged at
lots each In Florence, well locat
Mathews, between 9th and 10th . pear disposed to hold off for a while. The
bag basis, f. o. b., on 50-90s,
ed, level, smooth ground. Price
streets, on Willamette.
witth the usual premiums on 40s and
»1800 for the two blocks, TI mm
FOR RENT (Continued.)
can be refold for »75 per lot or WANTED—Hides to tan. I tan light
Weaker Feeling in Wheat Market
»3000 within a year. Geo. Melvin
hides for lace leather, gloves, FOR RENT—Houses, turnished and
There was a weaker feeling in the
unfurnished flats; also two farms.
Miller, room 20, cor. 8tb and Wil
furs and rugs; deerskins a specialty
H. E. Owen, 536 Willamette st.s30 local wheat market yesterday and
where they are tagged; also I can
buyers said they could buy one eent
furnish the tags. Address me at
FOR SALE —Here lr a good dairy
FOR RENT—280 acre farm; aDout i cheaper. In view of the easier tone
Jasper, Oregon. Adam Ritchey.
i farm of 318 acres, about 1-2 in
50 acres ready for plowing; 120 1 tihe demand was slack.
cultivation, the balance pasture; a
acres in pasture; balance timber.
Barley and oats were quiet and
nice creek flowing through the WOOD WANTED—We will exchan
Good house; running water on the 1 quoted at the last prices.
place; good spring of water at the
place; 9 miles southwest of Eu
ge furniture for wood. Will take
gene. Call at 103 East Third
house; good young orchard that is
any kind of wood. Campbell-Fell*
Portland Lirewtock Market
In bearing; two sets of buildings,
man Co.. 475 W’illamette street tf
Portland. Or., Sept. 28.—There
all farming implements go with
was a very liberal supplly of local
the place. 5 1-2 miles from a good WANTED—A man who can sell FOR RENT—New ana finely fur hogs in the yards today, receipts dur
railroad town on a good graveled
ing the 24 hours totaling 774 head.
floors; single and in suites; for The
opportunity for right man. Ster
r.ind. Urn par acre, ,55. C. O.
market for hogs remains practi
Smith & Co., Room 9, Hoffman
cally unchanged for good stuff, al
the transactions were closed
from Willamette st. 136 E. 7th though
this morning above ,10.60.
FOR SALE Here is a fine little
Cattle were in fair supply this
the agency of the Evening Tele
farm of 20 acres. 8 acres of the
morning, following the huge run over
very best first river bottom land;
proposition to offer. Must be a MRS. F. CORINA RIEFER—149 E. Sunday. Market conditions remain
IS a< res second river bottom, all
with values slightly lower for the
live wire. Call at Room 2, Griggs
in cultivation, 4 acres in fruit: 4
8th st. Phone Red 5202. Gradu recent movement.
Hotel, between 7 and 8 p. m. s28
acres garden, the ealance used for
ate in obstetrics. Will do general
Calves are about a quarter lower,
hay and pasture land; good new 7- WANTED—Room and board in pri
s30 light stuff of good quality being sold
room house, all modern; good new
locally during the past 24 hours at
vate family by young lady atend-
EXHANGE—Good real estat ,6.25.
barn ana poultr? houses; close* to
ing business college. Address Miss FOR
good country school, 3 1-2 miles
No sheep arrived in the yards dur
A. R. Morehouse, 71 W. 9th st.
Geo. Melvin Miller, room 20, cor ing the day, and that branch of the
front good railroad town. Price.
»4 500. C. O. Smith & Co., room
market was quiet.
9. Hoffman Hotel, Eugene, Ore
General range of livestock prices
HARLES KINGWELL, FLORIST
as shown by latest sales:
FOR RENT—Upstairs furnished flat
CATTLE—Bet Oregon steers. ,5.-
nations in fine assortment. West
of eight rooms; modern; enquire
FOR SALE- Say, nadat you better
50; ordinary steers, ,5.00© 5.25;
consider this. Just think, 40 acres
at 572 Olive.
tf common steers, ,4.00© 4.40; cows,
right In the heart of Pleasant Hill
best. »4.50; fancy, ,4.40; poor,
just on the market; the nicest place
room suites for rent in the new HIGHEST CASH PRICE psid for ,3.25; heifers. »4.50; bulls, »3.00©
for a home, elegant fruit land
poultry and eggs. Fresh fish ev »3.35; stags, ,3*75© 4.25.
Chambers building. Apply at the
right at the finest high school In
ery day. At Newman Market, cor
HOGS—Best east of the mountains
the county and nearly every bit in
ner 6th and Olive. Phone Main ,10.50; fancy, »10.40; stockers and
cultivation. This is the best snap FOR RENT—A euite of rooms espe
tf feeders. ,8.00.
of the season and won’t last long
SHEEP—Best east of the moun
cially built for physicians’ use; also HERE IS A BARGAIN—37 acres, 4
Better hurry; only »80 per acre;
wether», ,4.25; old weathers,
other rooms, furnished or unfur
other small tracts will follow thi
1-2 miles from Eugene; 26 acres tains,
spring lambs, Willamette val
nished. Munker’s rooms, 32 E.
sale; only last week a tract right
of the very best river bottom land, ley, ,5.00©
5.25; western Washing
across this sold for »200 per acre
all in cultivation: 11 acres bench ton, ,5.50; ewes, ,3.25© 3.50.
E. C. Statxer, Pleasant Hill, phon FOR RENT—Good location for bar
land; a good variety of fruit; has
CALVES—Best ,6.25; ordinary,
Springfield Farmers 191.
house, barn and other outbuildings. ,6.00; poor. ,3.50© 4.50.
ber shop, furnished with every
thing except chairs. Enquire at
FOR SALE BY OWNER—On easy
Portland Market Quotations
C. O. Smith & Co., room 9, Hoff
800 Patterson street.
etrms, modern house, new, nin«
Hope, Wool and Hides
rooms, besides closets; sleeping
H0P3—Nominal. 1910 crop, 12©
porch; large front porch; back
14c; 1909, prime to choice, 12c;
in good condition; electric lights, PRIVATE SALE OF STOCK AND prime, 11c; medium, 9s© 10c.
screen porch and basement; fine
water, bath, range and parlor
view; four blocks from either car
WOOL—Nominal. 1910. Willam
born ranch, 6 miles south of Eu
stove. Enquire at 809 Ferry st.
line; lot 71x145. facing west on the
ette valley. 16© 19c; Eeastern Ore
Phone Black 3341.
Fairmount boulevard at east end of
head of cattle, 5 hogs, all kinds of gon, 12© 17c.
17th st.; street 80 ft. wide and ma
farm machinery, fancy seed oata,
cadamised; good spring; city water
flats, each having steam heat and
with a record of 100 bushels to the 25c each; short wool. 25©@50c;
connected; chimney for furnace;
bath; also some nice office and
acre, some wheat and a few house medium wool, 50c©,1 each; long
hot air pipes, electric lights, plumb
living rooms. All centrally located
hold goods. W. J. Butler, Phone wool, 75c© ,1.25 each.
ed for toilet, bath and hand basin.
—Prime, per pound. 5c
«29 No. TALLOW
Sink and hot water tank In and con
3 and grease. 2© 2 Vic.
nected. A bargain at ,3909. Mrs.
NOTICETo any responsible party
J. A. Holloway. Eugene. Oreg«».
nal. 5c; 1910, 4 Vic.
HIDES—Dry hides, 15Vi@16V4c
block from Willamette st.; close
ment. I wish to enlarge one of Eu
in; modern and up-to-date; has
gene’s most thriving business lb., green, 6Vi@7Vic; bulls, green,
FOR SALE—No. 85—318 acres of
gas; all furnished; has both gas
houses, located In one of the best salt, 5c lb.; kips,
good dairy land. 3 1-2 miles from
and stove range and piano; price
locations in the city. I can show green. 12© 13c lb.
a good little town and railroad,
MOHAIR—Nominal, 1910, 30©
per month. No children. H.
you this Is good. Trlflera will re
I close to school, church, and on a E. »30
Owen, 536 Willamette street. s30
ceive no answr. Address Box 4, 32c.
good road; 2 5 acres now in culti
Butter, Eggs and Poultry
vation, but more can be cultivat FOR RENT—The I. N. Hembree
BUTTER—Extra creamery, cubes
ed; 125 acres of good grass land I farm of 320 aercs. six miles west
and tubs, 36c; squares. 37©37Vic
IX 1ST AND FOUND.
for stock, the rest in timber and
of Irving. Call at the law office
lb.; stere, 2 2 Vi © 24 Vic; Eastern,
pasture and all well fenced; can
of Greenmail & Slattery, in Eu LOST—A bunch of keys on the river 32 © 34 '
be Irrigated with very little cost,
gene, for particulars.
road or about the city. Finder re
BUTTER FAT—F. o. b. Porfand,
and is good fruit land; has three
sets of buildings on the place and FO RRENT- Good 7-room house,
zach garage, or to this office, tf
POULTRY—Mixed chicke; , 17c;
two barns; sawmill that can turn
modern and up-to-date; has barn;
hens, 17©17Vic; stags, 15tyc; |>roil-
out 5000 fet of lumber a day, has
will lease; 3 1-2 blocks from Wil LOST—A pearl belt buckle—Be ers, 17c; fryers. 17c; geese. ol<l —;
good machinery—all goes with the
lamette st., on 11th: price. »20 per
tween Collier apd Agate avenues, young. 12© 13c; for live ducks,
place; has 1 1-2 million feet of
month. H. E. Owen, 536 Willam
on 19th, and Guard office. Includ young. 16©18c; old. 16.; t rkeys,
good saw timber in the place; ou
ing street cars. Finder please leave alive, 22©24c; dressed —; plegons,
a cream route: good cream sepa
at this office.
tf squabs. ,2.50 dosen; die -sed chick
rator, telephone, farm implements, FOR RENT—Furnished and unfur
l@2c pound higher than alive.
nished rooms. Hall block. East 9th LOST—Monday, September 19th. a ens.
household goods, all go with the
place, and can be bought on easy
kodak, either on street in Eugene No. 1, 34c; No. 2, 27c; eaaiern best,
I also solicit storage of all kinds
terms. This is a fine place and a
or on road betwen Eugene and 30c: ordinary. 27© 28c.
nt my ware house across from the
bargain at the very low price of
Springfield. Finder will receive
CHEESE—New Oregon fancy full
8. P. depot. 6peclal rates for hops
»25 per acre. Terms. H. E. Ow
reward by returning same to the cream, triplets and daisies, 17 Vi©
en, 536 Willamette st. Main 475.
and large space room. Geo. T.
office of Garrett & Mitchell, Eu- • "*•" 1
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