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DALLY CAPITAI JOCBXAL, SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 10, 19U.
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JOHN CREMMELS, general auction
eer of merchandise, household
eooJ, livestock, real estate and
farm lanJs. Sales booked any
where Reasonable figures. Twen
ty vears experience. 528 State
street. Phone io6. Residence 1356.
WHITE SWAN and German Bakeries
for higi-est grade bread and pas
tries. Wedding and party orders
speci'fT W e niake dally deliveries.
Sli S. Commercial, phone 903; or
12th and Chemeketa. pbone 961.
BUTTERNUT BREAD It is worth
more than any other Vead, yet
the price is no higher. For sale
at your gr cer's. California Bak
ery, Thorn s & Cooley, Props.
BLACKSMITH AN flOtlSESHO&
FOR GUARANTEED WORK By ex
perts in horseshoeing, carriage
work and general blacksmlthlng
go to Reigleman ft McKen, 344
Chemeketa street, Salem, Oregon.
"The shop for satisfaction." Phone
Main 327. 7-20-3m
ASYLUM AVENUE STORE, Charles
Kreft, proprietor. Phone your
grocery order to 269 for quick de
livery 9 to 12, 2 to 6. Living
prices. Fresh eggs from the coun
try dally. Asylum avenue and
Statesman street. 8-1-tf
PIANO TUNING Lutellus L.
Woods, tuning, polishing, repair
ing. Telephone 608. Shop, 630
N. Winter street 2.2-lyr
REN TON COAL The best and
cheapest fuel in Salem for ranges,
heaters and furnaces. Try a ton
and be convinced. Delivered any
where in the city. Yard, 1790
State. Phone Main 1465. J. L.
Foster, proprietor. 10-4-lmo
HAVE YOUR chimney cleaned and
put in first class condition by men
who know how. Leave orders at
Spencer Hardware Co., 474 State,
or Phone 19. Rates reasonable,
given on application. All work
JAY KING Our remedies are com
posed of the choicest roots,, herbs
and barks and are sure to cure to
stay cured. Al1 chronic diseases of
men and women a specialty. If you
caunot tell, send for symptoms
blank. Jay King, care Bow Wo
Drug Co., 167 S. High St., Salem.
CIDER APPLES WANTED Six dol
lars per ton, delivered, sacks fur
nished Cider and vinegar for sale.
Farmers Cider and Vinegar Works,
North Commercial and A streets,
Salem, Or. 9-19-lf
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
CLEANING and pressing Ladies'
and gentlemen's work called for
and delivered. Special attention to
ladles' work. Capital Pressing
Parlors, 136 South High street
Main 326. Ten per cent discount
with this ad. 8-24-tf
MODERN CLEANING WORKS We
are prepared to dry and steam
clean ladies' and gentlemen's gar
ments of all kinds. Goods called
for an delivered. Firstclass work.
444 Court Btreet. Phone Main 360.
JAPANESE PRE3S1N3 PARLORS
Dry and steam cleaning and dve
works. Ladles' silks, laces nnd
gloves given special attention.
Gents' suits cleaned and pressed.
We are cleanerj and repairers. Try
us. Goods called for and delivered.
Parlors 323 Center street. Phone
Main 2044. 9-22-tf
CONSERVATORY OP MUSIC.
THE WESTERN Conservatory of
Music, Chicago, Illinois. Complete
course in . Piano and Theoretical
subjects. Diplomas granted upon
completion of course. Frank E.
Churchill, lnter-state representa
tive, Salem branch. Studio room
9, Opera House' building. Res.
Phone 1100. 9-20-tf
ELECTRIC eUPPLY HOUSE.
ELECTRIC FIXTURE & SUPPLY
Co Manufacturers of electric and
gas fixtures, expert plating and re
pairing. Inside wiring and motor
work. Office and factory, 245
North Liberty street Phone 263.
H. H. HUNTER Electrical supplies
and wiring our specialty. We will :
give you an estimate on your wlr-
ing and electrical work. Our work'
is guaranteed; th ve rural tele
phones. Office 'and supply room
129 South Commercial street
SALEM IRON WORKS- -Shand 1
Marcus. Dronrletors. Front and !
State street Iron and brass cast-;
ings. fire hydrant hop btlers, saw-
machinery, etc Phone 909
CLASSIFIED AD SECTION
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Emnlor
rm auenuom neip or all kinds
furnished at any
time. Send in S 5
f i your wanu, we can ) 1 1
' time on short no- ''!f
nee. Big list of male and female
help on our book , always avail,
able, the beet to be obtained. The
Owl Realty ft Employment Co.,
158 S. Commercial St Phone
Main 204. Midway between the
Marion Hotel and Bush bank on
east eidA pf street 3-28-tf
NICHOLS GROCERY, 415 South
Twelfth. Phone 875 for good
goods, fair treatment and prompt
delivery. C. G. Nichols, proprietor,
successor to Kemp & Hall. Satis
fied customers my motto. 8-1-tf
, HAIR DRESSING.
SCALP AXD SKIX SPECIALIST
Hair dressing, manicuring, chirop
ody and electrolysis. Combings
bought and made up. We make a
specialty of hair dyeing. MissOra
Poage, rooms 318-319 U. S. Bank
HATS BUnnni,f IE A ' E D.
BOWEX & REAP, practical hatters.
Soft, stiff and Panama hats cleaned,
blocked and re-trlmmed. Hats
made to order; strictly first class
work. Goods called for and deliv
ered, 444 Court street. Phone 360.
COTTAGE HOTEL 160 Court St
Special attention to commercial
travelers. Telephone and mes
senger services. Rooms by day,
week or month. J. B. Simpson,
HOVSES. RENT Git SALE.
HOUSES built and sold on instal
ment. Farm and city property for
sale and exchange. Investments,
collections, first mortgages bought
and sold. German Investment
Company, room 15. Breyman block,
Salem. Ore. 6-26-tf
FOR FIRST class ladies' and gents'
high grade tailoring, at moderate
prices, call on John Sundin, 496
State street. Phone 498. Formerly
located at 542 State street. 9-19-tf
JUNK DEALERS Highest price paid
paid for cast iron and all kinds of
metals. Hides, pelts and furs
bought. Oregon Junk Shop, 430
Court street Main 399. 8124-tf
CLOTHES- LAST LONGER With
our ail hand work; established 20
years. 225 South Commercial
street. Phone 1158. Hop Lee.
WILLIAM BUTTE Fine w,ujB.
liquors and cigars. We handle the
celebrated Kellogg and Castle whis
kies. Cool and refreshing beer
constantly on draught- South Com
FAMILY LIQUOR Store All stand
ard brands of liquors kept In
stock. Wmeg by the gallon. Bot
tle oi case. Free delivery In the
city liinitk p. Eckenen. 2o6 iV
POSTOFFICE LIVERY and Sale
Stable. Second hand vehicles of
all kinds sold. Best of turnouts,
quick service.; rates reasonable.
For anything in livery and board
ing, call or phone Main 188. E. F.
Gillian. Proprietor. Ferry street
MEDICATED PLASTIC CASTS The
latest French method of removing
black heads, plmplev and wrinkles.
' Call at the Sanitary Beauty Par
lors, Room 10. Steeves Block.
MECHANO THERAPEUTIST AND
DR. H. H. SCOVELL Mechano
Therapeutist and Suggestionist
Located in Salem, July, 1901.
Treats chronic and acute diseases
Office and residence, 267 Liberty
street Phone 1332. Consultation
I free. 9-20-tf
MISS BEATRICE SHELTON an
nounces the opening of her classes
In piano on September 25th- Pu
pils received at any time. Terms
on application- Studio 345 Marion
street. Phone 1299. 9-20-tf
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS
HIGHEST price paid for second-hand
i furniture, ranges, hardware, tents,
etc. We carry the most complete
stock of above articles in town at
the lowest price. O. L. McPeek, 170
South Commercial St. 8-25-tf
CLEAN NURSERY STOCK Large
variety nf ill kinds of fruit and or
namental trees and shrubs. Fruit
land Nursery Co., Asylum road, 3
miles east of Salem. R. F. D. 6,
Box 87. Phone Farmers 23X-2
ARMSTRONG NURSERY CO. Gar-
den seeds of all kinds in season.
Large stock fruit, ornamental trees.
Contract landscape work for cityor
suburban home. Office, salesyard
491 Court St, Main 937, Farmers
NEW AXD SECOND-HAND GOODS
EVERYTHING for the household, in
the line of furniture, Btoves, kitch
en .utensils, crockery and hardware.
A full line of secondhand articles
very reasonable. PeeU, and
Tschudl, 326 N. Commercial street
Main 451. 8-24-tf
DR. R. W. WALTON, Osteopathic phy-
aiciau; acuto ana chronic diseases
treated; consultation free. Office
rooms 12 and 14 Breyman block.
Phone 1951. 8-25-tf
DR. B. H. WH1TF Osteopath and
nerve specialist graduate of
the American School of Osteop
athy, Klrksville, Mo., post-gradu-atf
and specialized in . nervous
diseases at Los Angeles College,
1909. Treats acute and chronic
diseases Consultation free. Lady
Attendant. Office 505-506 U; &
National Bank Bldg. Phone 859.
tesldanee 346 North Capitol street
OXYGEN, the greatest curative agent
in Nature, cures rheumatism, ner
vousness, catarrh, asthma, consti
pation, appendicitis, lung, liver and
kidney troubles, when all else
fails. See The Oxypathor Co., 640
Marion street. ' 10-7-lmo
WARREN CONSTRUCTION CO
street paving, uitullthle is the
best by test. 8-28-tf
PAJXTKKN, PAPlift HANUUKS
PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER
Estimates made, and . first-class
work done. , I D. Driver, 517
North Capitol street, Salem, Ore.
Phone 926. 6-26-tf.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DR. J. OLIN VAN WINKLE Phy
sician and surgeon. Office 502 U.
S. National Bank bldg. Phone 35.
Residence 615. 8-29-tf
MISS LAURA GRANT is prepared to
give piano lessons. Color kinder
garten for children a specialty.
Graduate of Eastern schooL Ex
perienced in teaching, 470 North
Church street 8-28-tf
MRS. GRACE THOMPSON, teacher
of piano, harmony and counter
point. Studio 1538 Saginaw street.
Phone 1603. ' 10-4-lmo
BEFORE PLACING your orders for
picture framing, call at "The Frame
Shop," 279 Commercial St New
stock, new prices. Romeo Gilbert,
THEO. M. BAR'. Plumbing, hot
water and steam heating and tin
ning, 164 Commercial St. Phone
Main 192. 9-1-1 yr.
OTTO MUELLHAUPT Plumbing
heating, gas fitting; prices rea
sonable; work guaranteed; estl.
mates furnished. Phone. 373
1066 Chemeketa street. 4-17-tf
FiNLAY U. xtEYXOLDS Plumbing,
heating and general repairing;
water pipe and sewer connections.
Estimates f i rnished free on any
of your work. Phone 510; 326
Center street 6-10-
SEE ROGERS PLUMBING & HEAT
ing Co. for your plumbing. We
make a specialty of repair work.
No Job too small or too large.
Phone 914. 101 S. Front street,
corner State. 8-26-tf
NEW MATTHIESEN HOTEL Cor
ner Front and Columbia, at Ore.
gon Electric depot. Steam heat, hdt
and cold water in all rooms. Open
day and night Rooms 50, 75 and
$1- Also Hotel Harrison, 401 to
407 Front street. John Matthle
sen, proprietor both houses. ,
BETTER than the best You can't
beat it Scott's 30 cent dinner for
20 cents; 11:00 a. m. to 7:30 p. m.
Board, $3.50 per week. 179 8outh
Commercial. Phone 492.
BISMARK RESTAURANT 184 Com
mercial street, near corner Ferry.
First class service. Best meal in
city, 20 to 25 cents. Schneider &
HAVE YOUR . SAWS SE"" AND
Filed by a practical saw filer, at
reasonable prices. Estimates giv
en on job carpenter work. L. W.
Benson, 456 Court street, Main
DORRANCE, the sign man Air
brush, show cards and banners.
Bulletins and wall signs. Auto and
carriage painting- I 260 Chemeketa
SALEM FUEL YARDS.
WOOD FOR SALE Can deliver hard
' and soft woods, in 12 and 16-Inch
and 4-foot lengths to all parts of
the city. My. wood is ' well sea
soned end under shelter. Prices
reasonable. Salem Fuel Yards.
Phone Main (29. Office. 752 Trade
IF YOU or your wife want a good
hot. chicken 'tamale, call up 15
minutes, before you leave your
store, as it .takes' 15 minutes to
' steam It. Phone Main 2u48. Sa
lem Tamale Factory, Salem, Ore.
Wholesale and retail. Mail orders.
Night phone, Main 81. You- be
sure and Jry it; if. you don't like
it, It costs you nothing- Sundays,
all day and night. 9-:s0-lm
TINNING AND ROOFING.
BADERTSCHER ft FULLER Hot
air heating; furnace work; tin
ning and roofing cornice work of
all kinds. 188 South Liberty street.
Phone 600. Figures on contracts
cheerfully given. All work guar
F. B. MERRY ft CO. Vacuum car
pet cleaning, on or off the floor;
carpets valtcred sud laid; mat
tresses made and renovated; fur
niture re-covered; shades and awn
ings made and altered. .Northeast
corner Court and High streets.
Phone 568.' ' . 7-22-tf
REED & ZWICKER. Only steam
.carpet and feather renovating plant
. in city. Power vacuum cleaning.
Matresses remade and upholster
ing Furniture repaired. Work
guaranteed. Works Fourteenth
and Wilbur. Phone 1154.
HOUSE CLEAXIXG for the holidays
will soon start. Have your furni
ture and upholstering work attend
ed to by men who know how. All
work guaranteed.! E. L. Stiff, cor-
ner Court and Liberty. Phone 941.
LEHMAN & CLOUGH U. J. Leh
man; A. ' M. Ciougr, morticians
and funeral- directors. Latest
modern methods known to the
protection employed 415 Court
street -i 9.20-tf.
W. T. RIGDON,' undertaker and em
bahner, 252 -North High street, op
posite city ball. First class In ser-
, vice, . equipment and stock. Lady
assistant when desired. Only un
dertaker who has commodious
apartments purely on residence
Plan. 6-1 2-tf
ALEXANDER HULL, B. A. B. M.
Lessons In voice, cello, harmony,
counterpoint and orchestration. In
Salem Wednesday afternoons,
Thursday mornings and Saturday
afternoons. Studios 421 Court
Btreet- 9-1 4-1 m
U. S. MILLER, the WATCHMAKER
Over 20 years' experience as a
watchmaker at Beatrice, Neb
" High grade work at eastern prices
Opera .House block, 484 Court
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade Sts.
For water service apply at office.
Bll's payable monthly in advance.
WOOD AND COAL.
FALLS CITY LUMBER CO. Sole
agents for the fampus Rock Springs-
coal and the Wash Silver lump
Cord wood and-mill wood inlengths
to suit. Reasonable prices. Prompt
delivery. Main office 279 North
Commercial street Phone 813.
HAVE YOUR NEXT WINTER'S
supply of wood sawed by the "old
reliable" sawyer. J. A. Poare.
Your nrrtoln will reenlva nrnmrit
attention. Phone Main 1313.
THE NEW GASOLINE WOOD
sawing machine operated by Stech
tt Humphrey, 1109 Hines street,
near 12th; can be foved to your
residence and your winter's sup
ply ot wood sawed at short notice.
All orders receive prompt atten
HAVE YOUR WINTER'S SUPPLY
of wood sawed by careful work
men. Will move my gasoline saw
to your place on short notice.
Phone 810. George Hammond.
MULTNOMAH ROYAL ARCH CHAP
.ler No. 1. Masonic ball' second
' Friday of each mcnth, at 8 p. m.
M. P. Baldwin, Ex. High Priest.
LotL. Pearce, Secretary. 7-9-tf
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, Cherry
City Lodge No. 498, meets every
Thursday evening at 8 p. m. Iff I.
O. O. F. Temple, corner Court and
High streets, D. R. Yantis, Dicta
tor; H. H. Turner, secretary, 135
8. Commercial street
WOODMEN OF WORLD Meet ev
, ery Friday night at 7:30-o'clock
In Holman Hall Geo. H. Deacan, C.
C; L. H. Fletcher, Clerk. 1-10-09
CH4DWICK CHAPTER NO. 37, O.
E. S. Regular' meetings first rnd
third Tuesdays. 'Masonic Hall.
Mrs. McCauley. W. M.; Ida M.
SALEM NEST NO. 116. BROTHER.
bood of Owls. Meets second and
.fourth Wednesday of every month
in- Hurst ball. Xr. 428 Suae street,
7:30 o'clock p. m, H. H. Turner.
secretary, 135 South .Commercial
LODGE DIRECTORY (Continued.)
SALEM GRANGE NO. 17. PATRONS
of Husbandry Meets In' Hurst
Hall on State street, on the fourth
Saturday of each month, at 10:30
a. ' m. Visiting and sojourning
members welcome. F. A. Myers,
master. Zella S. Fletcher, secre
UNITED ARTISANS Capital As
lembly No. 84, meets every Friday
evening in I. O. O. 'F. Temple, Mrs.
Ida B, Godfrey, M. A, S. R. Vail,
secretary, 158 S. Cottage street
MODERN WOODMEN of AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 624 6.
Meets every Thursday evening at
8 o'clock in Holman Hall. W. E.
Vincent, Consul; F. A, Turner,
SALEM HUMANE SOCNETY D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou TUson,
secretary. All cases of cruelty or
neglect of dumb animals should be
reported to the society for investi
SALEM LODGE NO. 4, A. F. A
M. State communication o
first Friday !n each month at 7:3'
(. m., in Masonic hall, McCornacl
block. James Plant, W. M.; John
A. 0. U. W. PROTECTION Lodge
No. 2 meets ever;' Monday even
ing at 8:09 p. m., In Holman
Hall, corner State and Liberty Sts.
E. P. Donaldson, M. W. D. P.
Wright, Recorder. 6-21-tf
PACIFIC LODGE, NO. 50. A F. &
A. M. Masonic hall, third Friday
each month at 7:30 p. m. Tom R.
Wilson, W. M., Lot L. Pearce. sec
108. ACRES Of good soil, well
' fenced, comfortable buildings,
spring brook, good road, 4H
miles east ot Sa:era, SloCO cash,
. balance terms to Buit. Square Deal
Realty- company, room 34 U. S.
bank building. Phone 470.
FOR SALE Choice lots, east front,
50x151, on easy terms; without in
terest. E. Lupton, 1141 Chemeketa
street. . 9-19-lm
FOR SALE 15 acre fruit orchard,
prunes, cherries, strawberries, etc.
Three miles out on Jefferson road.
Apply to A. E. Allen, Route 4, Box
112 D. 9-29-2wa
FOR' SALE 4 acres, 6 room house,
five-minute walk from depot on
Oregon Electric line. Inquire J.
H. Mason, Route 8. 10-9-3t
FOR SALE 208 acres in Lincoln
county. 65 acres bottom land; 25
under cultivation. On good road
four miles from railroad and one
half mile to school. Good houHe
anil barn. Wagon farm Imple
ments and row boat go with this
pluce. Price $4,riOO. E. Hofer &
Sons, 213 S. Commercial street,
FOR- SALE by owner 5 acres, 3
miles from Salem; 4 room hoiiBe,
.-telephone, on mall rouje,. good
, barn. $1258 If sold before October
12th.. A snap. J. S. Conant, 1296
Center street. 10-7-3t
FOR SALE 160 acres 8 miles south
of Newport and 14 mile from Bea
ver Creek. Fine soil and best kind
of dairy land. Price, $10 an acre.
E. Hofer & Sons, 213 S. Commer
clfll street. Phone 82. 11-27-tf
GREAT BARGAIN 80 acres well
Improved farm 2'4 miles from 8a
. lem. Must be sold by October
, lr.th. Price $8000. $4500 will han
' die. Address R. F. Schuett, Salem,
Oreg. Hox 73. Route 2. 9-26-lmo
ILLIS & WOOD Real estate
loans and insurance, notary pub
lic, employment bureau, Phone
554. 476 Court St., Salem, Ore
gon. Ticket office Hamburg.Amer
ican steamship lines. 11-1-lyr
WANTED. A bungalow or cottage
within two blocks ot Garfield
school. Also have a customer for
three thousand-dollar place west
of Fourteenth street, and between
North and South Mill creeks. Must
have house and lot big enough for
barn. E- Hofer & Sons, 213
Commercial street, Salem.
FOR SALE 160 acres In Deschutes
country. Eastern Oregon, 12 mlleB
from Bend, 40 acres ready to cul
tivate, 120 acres timber and range
pasture; Irrigation ditch runs
across property. Small bouse.
Price $2000. Will give very easy
i terms If desired. E. Hofer, 213 8.
Commercial street. Phone 82.
FINE DAIRY RANCH at $32 an acre;
railroad to outside markets and
deep water communication with
Newport. 301 acres which Includes
150 acres of the finest tide land.
150 of rich black soil that will raise
anything in the way of garden and
farm produce and the rest Is range
pasture. This is exactly tho same
land as the famous Tillamook dai
rying lapds. Newport forms a
large summer market for all kinds
of vegetables, berries, etc., at high
prices. If you do not want as large
a rflaee, see us about part of It E.
Hofer tc Sons, 213 S. Commercial
Btreet. or L. C. Bmlth, Newport, Or.
If yon want anything, say so -In the
Journal, and get It
FOR, SALE Ash and oak wood
mixed. ' Address Capital Dairy.
I Route 5, Bbx 75, on Turner Road.
WOOD For sale, first class second
growth and big fir. Phone Farm
ers 297. 10-6-tf
FOR SALE Horse and wagon, bicy
cle. Center Feed Sheds; end of
FOR SALE To teams, good horses
one welgS 14 50, other 1150 or
1200. Address Stayton, first blue
house by Catholic charch on Ma
nama road. 5-5-tf
FOR SALE 7-roem house, 2 lots,
ail soi in c-ejt ot bearing fruits,
good well water, good outhouses.
See owner at place, 1690 Trade
Street. ' t-8-tf
FOR SALE OR RENT Blacksmith
shop on North Front and Pine
streets. Jacob & Grible. Inquire
Catlln & Linn. 3-28-tf
FOR SALE Large body fir. oak
grub and ash. Now taking orders
for summer delivery. Phone 1417
or 12S3. Downing ft Eoff. 4-29-tf
FURNISHED rooms for rent, 190
South Fourteenth street. 10-7-3t
FOR RENT Close , In, nicely fur
nished 4-room flat, bath and elcc-
trie lights, very private, 1047 South
Commercial street. Phone 1430."
FURNISHED ROOMS Bed and
breakfast at $1.00 per day. At
356 South Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT Modern housekeeping
rooms ana sleeping rooms, electric
lights, bath. Inquire at 444 South
High street . 8-1-tf
PASTURAGE FOR RENT, running
water. .Horse, $1.60; cattle, $1.00
per month. Independent Market.
255 Ferry street 3-31-tf
WELL LIGHTED front rooms with or
without board. Phone 1016, 365
North High. ' 1-18-tt
FOR RENT We have a strictly mod
ern new Ave room bungalow on
street car and fine street. $20 a
month. E. Hofer & Sons, 213 S.
Commercial Btreet. Phone 82.
SITUATION wanted by reliable ex
perienced 'colored girl for house
work. 102 Miller street. " 10-7-3t
WANTED AT ONCE A waitress at
the Vandran Hotel, Albany, Ore.
WANTED Position as foreman on
farm. Man with family. Address
"X. Y. Z.", Journal office. 10-9-lw
WANTED High school student who
wants newspaper experience, to
work on Capital Journal. Apply at
WANTED Cider and vinegar ap
ples wanted; sacks furnbihed
Gideon Stola Co., near corner of
Mill and Summer streets. Phone
Main 26. 9-22-tf
FOR RENT-'-Modern 5-room apart
. nient furnished, $22. 50. Unfur
nished,, $15 per month. E. Hofer
& Sons, 213 S. Commercial Btreet.
The worst feature about maklnb a
sacrifice Is that you never get either
money or credit for it
firaln. Floor. Te(t, Etc
Wheat Export basis; Bluestem,
S3fi84c; elub, 79Q80c; red Russlun,
78c; Valley, 79&80c; 40-fold, 80c.
Flour Patents, $4.50 ' per barrel;
straights, $4.05; exports, $3.80; Val
ley, $4.50 ; graham, $4-65; whole
Barley Feed, $31 32 per ton;
Hay Timothy, $1617.B0 per ton;
alfalfa, $12; clover, new, $8.60$9;
grain biy. new, $10.
Corn Whole, $33.00; cracked,
$34.00 per ton.
MillBtufTs Bran, $24.50Q2G per
ton; middlings, $32; shorts, $25.50;
rolled barley, $33.50jp34.
Oats New white, $29 per ton.
Dairy and Conntry Trodttce.
Butter City creamery, ra. 1 and
2-pound prints, In boxes, 33c per
pound; less than boxes, cartons and
Eggs Oregon ranch, 33f)-3lc.
Cheese Full cream, twins 15c
per pound; Young America, lS'4c
Poultry Hens, 15i&lfic; Springs,
15c; ducks, young, 150 17c; geese,
11c; turknys, 18ft 19c.
Veal Fancy, 83 to tit pr.un'ls,
13 Vi 14c per pound.
Pork Fancy, lOfillc per pound,
tlrocerle. Dried Fruits, Etc
Dried Fruits Apples, 13 14c
per ' lb.; currants, 10c; aprlcots:
1516c; peaches, 1012c; prunes,
Italian, 15c; allver, 18c; figs,
Italian, 10011c; silver. 13c; figs,
white sad r-lack, 8'i7!4c; cur
rants, lOt'llc; ra.slns, looae ?r'us:a
tel, 614 7 He; bleached Thompson
11 '4 c; unbleached Sultanas. 8 ',4c;
Coffee Roasted, In drums, 24Q30C
Nuts Walnuts, 1819c per lb.;
Brazil nuts, 16c; filberts, 16c;
slmoBds. 16l8c; pecans, 18c;
ocoanuts, t0c&$l per dozen.
Salt Granulated, $15 per ton;
ialf-ground, 100s, $8.50 per ton;
SOs, $9 per ton.
Beans Small, white, 4,,ac: large
white, 4Hc; Lima, 6?4c; pink, 5c;
red Mexicans, 5V4c; bayou, 5c.
Sugar Dry granulated, $7.55;
fruit and berry. $7.55; beet, $7.35;
extra C, $7.05; powdered, barrels,
$7.80; cubes, barrels, $7.95.
Rlce No. 1 Japan, to; cheaper
trades, $3.604.65; Southern kead.
Honey- -Choice, $3.75 per case;
trained, 8 Ho per pound.
Hams 10 to 12 pounds, 19
19V4c; 12 to 14 lbs. lSH19c; 14
to 16 pounds, 188-18Hc; 16 to 18
pounds, 18i4 19c; skinned, 18
18Hc; picnics, 1114c; cottage roll,
Bacon Fancy, 28o; standard, 25c;
choice, 22c; English. 17c.
Dry Salt Cured Regular short
clears, dry salt 12 He; smoked.
13 He; acbke, light, salt 13c; smoked
14 He;; backs, heavy, salt, 12 He;
smoked, 14c; exports, salt, 13 He;
smoked, 15 He.
Smoked Meats Beet tongue, tfJc;
irled beet lets. 22c; cutstdes, 20c;
'asides, 22c; knuckles, 20c.
Pickled Goods Barrels, pigs feet
14; regular tripe, $10; honey comb
tripe, $12; lunch tongues, $22; lambs'
Lard Kettle rendered, tierces,
13c; tubs, 13 Vic; standard, tierces,
11c; tubs, 11 ',4 c; shortening, tierces.
7c; tubs, 6c.
Vegetables and Fruits.
Fresh Fruits Cantaloupes, $1.25
1.50 per crate; peaches, 6070o per
box; plums, 60(&75c per crate;
prunes, 22Hc per lb.; pears, $1iQ)
$2 per box; grapes), 50c$1.10 per
box; apples, $1(0.2-50; huckleberries,
6H(??7H per pound; cranberries,
$9-50 per barrel.
Tropical Fruits Oranges, $4.50
per box; California grapefruit $3.75
4-00; bananas, G5V4c per pound;
pineapples, J5(Jj!5.50 per crate; lem
ons, $5 5.50 per box.
VegetabletAsparagus, 7535o per
dozen; beans, 5ft 10c; cabbage, 75c
(f f 1.2") per hundredweight; corn 250)
30c per dozen; cucumbers, $11.25
perper box; eggplant SQc per lb.;
garlic, 10Q12c per pound; lettuce,
40?j) 50c per dozen; hothouse lettuce,
$1.25(1.75 per box; peas, 4 5c per
pound; peppers, 810o per pound;
radishes, 2',4c per dozen; rhubarb,
2H3o per lb-; tomatoes, 3550r;
Sack Vegetables "Carrots, $1.25
per sack; turnips. $1; beets, $1.75.
.Sweet potatoes 2 He per pound.
Potatoes New Oregon, lHc.
Onions California, $1.60 per hun
dred. Hops, Wool, Hides, tc
Hops 1911 crop, 3233o tier' lb.
WoolEastern. Oregon, 916c lb.;
Mohair Choloe, 35037c.
Hides Salted hides, 10c per pound
salted calf, 15(Q)16c; salted kip,
lOHc; salted stags, 6Hc; green
hides, 9c; dry hides,- 18c; dry calf,
19Q120c; dry stags, 1213Hc.
Loral Wholusale Market.
Bran $28 60
Flour, hard wheat $5.00
Flour, valley $4.1504.60
Wheat, bushel 80o
Oats, bushel 40c
Hops, 1911 crop 34 35c I
Chlttlm bark H6o
Potatoes, per bu ...75c
Hay, timothy $13.00
Oat and vetch $89
Clover hay $8.50
Cheat hay $9.00210.00
Batter and Egs.
Hutter, creamery 33c
Eggs, per dozen 30c
Butter fat 3lo
Butter, country 30o
Fryers and hens 12c
Steers (under 1000 lb) . . .$5.50 6
Steers (1000 (o 1200 Ib . . $ 4.60 5
Cows $3. 60 Q $4.50
Hog, fat 77V4c
Spring lambs 6o
Veal, according to quality lie
Oscar a Bark So per lb.
Pelts Dry, 8c; salted, country
pelts, 65c2$l per pound; iamb pelts,
J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio,
DlirchflHed n lintlln nf f'linmt.orlnln'
Cough Remedy for his boy who had
a cold, and beforo the bottle was, all
used, the hoy's cold was gone.. Is
that not better than to pay a five
dollar doctor's bill? For sala bv all
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80 ACRES OF
60 atren of this Is river bottom,
black soil balance slightly rolling;
20 acres of oak and a.sh timber; 43
In cultivation; 60 acres of tills can
be easily Irrigated. Price, If sold
soon, $i;o per acre on easy terms.
COURTER & VICK
Room 1, Ladd ft Bush Building.