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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1910. saw MSP IF IE M HOI LIVESTOCK GRAIN 1 Indianapolis, Sept. 17. BWetBta Safnrilav 4 000 kaH. 1.280 eat I CHICAGO. Scot. nWTh wheat market Oe untf 400 sheep, shewis a s1b J?.1.1 1 ruled stroar Saturday. The openlac was JiTiu BSaMdlS&f Tbr taaTta" setti. abast Frfaay-e Sa.le and after a ma- compar4 with a year ao. erete selUa Bwiant aa which e da- Hag. clln raaaltcd tBe market foaad food aup- Receipts of hogs were larger thaa tbev Pfrt u battar taovirr all araoad. Baa- havu been nce Wedaeadaj, and with sia waa the laadlag buyer la tkt elaalog qalte a falling off 1b the demand from boor and the pit crowd followed. Tba outalda sosreee. tba balk of tba hoga had principal laitMBce waa Crop Export Ialta to sell lower. Light waifbta war aeariy circular. Basing tba total crop O4.0(,UO0 steady, while heavier hoga ta estreate ba, which waa considerably Iran than caaoa wro close to 10c below Friday, aad previous esttoataa. Ia tba laat half-boar buyer offered 18.38 for big heavy boss, of tha aaaatoa tha market waa vary servo as liul tbey did not sell, laloa raaaad front at tba ad-ram aad shorts wara uBeesv. bV.40t). and wara largely at ajdjajtt. Tba claatag waa at e advance over Krt- liar ivr ywimw u 4rowwiwi ...,. lae tba a halt tna reonpia mm mm Cora started fractionally lower and Bad calves Saturday wora available lor aale aitornata apeUa of strength and woakaeaa. aad the aapply waa hardly large eaoagh nc September delivery closed He lower, to ir-terest all buyer,, and eapeclaUy local wtxUm December aad May ftulebed . ua- i ar-ora. Tba demand, however, waa eqaal rhinnd from rrldav'e Baal Quotations. to tba aapply and the tending waa fairly I Weather conditions awra been all that ...itv- nrirM. Hulls and carres I enuid ha desired for aaaturlnar tba eroo. aliio sold atead. I Bartlett w tha principal buyer, while . I ... . . k.lVU iMAllMBil ease p. I waM m Knth iIiIm of tba market acalalac uniy received the available tha weak. Tbe demand waa steady and better than tba selling. Armour aad Bart- .11 .raannft' at Friday B I L. rk- whlla tbe crowd fol- prices, Ua.be aeUIng fMiai 17 dawn aad lowed to noma extent. Tba aalllag waa 41- beep from 4X0 dews. : versified. . w ' Tba provision market waa very aalet ipaJulHTATIff K .8 Al-BS. and Inclined to hew in ess. Trade waa 1 BOOB. " I taoatly profeealooal. Ma. Ar'.Dk.PrteeJo. Ae.DkA?rtca ICoriected hy A. W. TbomaoaCo) o..... au aooHt mii w t-JZZZZ I proBto aad patting one new imeo. were on tba market and therefore I " oata trade waa aalet. price range very aapply tor twa aaia waa B4rrow aad anal jBotaaJona higher uii.f a.kn fW lata U ma in I - - - - . K V. w int Et w4ffi m wtmM KRV TAItBT. Bant. 17. Initial tTin- ! actio na on tbe atock azchaaga Saturday were al fraAianal aavaneea over Friday. The market waa moderately active daring the Brat ateen mlnatea la which Union Padac, Beadlag. laterboroagh common ana preferred zaraieaaa tne aaajor pomou of tha haalaaaa. Tha tread of pricee waa rather oncertaia, fractional advaacea be ing aeerea ib eeveraj laevea, amww wara aroniDtlr net with tha aelllag order. which malted la- email recooatona. Steel aa heavily traded la aad at tbe a Urt exhibited aoma strength, bat tike tbe reat of the Hat feaad atock for Bale. At the ead of tba fixat half boor tba market waa Irregular but moatly arooaa rnoay a dnai aaotatfoaa. Teaaeaaee copper ad vanced a aotat aad New Tork central waa higher, thaaa were tba only exceptions. Short covering waa tbe noteworthy tea tare of the daa dealings, it waa of tbe uaual week-ana evening ap character la which door traders comprise 1MJ per cant of tha trade. On the advaacae some aotet aelllag developed from source supposed to ba for tha large Intereets, thla aeUlag waa very obhut accompiiaaea ana arew attentlou to the fact that these same Inter ests were Baoeteatatieua buyers on tbe recent dips. The market la regaraea or at It ev M SIT ... 41 27 ... 1,2 140 ... fti 2M 40 8:::::: Na. 3 , !:::::::: 3 2 2 it spa imn. m is 8S ' tHt S8- 10614 1.061.0b am . J m a arU 1 av a aa4 JTBtlDBM hw. it....- f'T iii ejiSI o T7i.s Hmi IT Hiit ia S).Qi Vf...... I A' V.. vyvH. wgrw. w I.4O1 76...... xn ... ! wnaAi 44) 73. 13 t.80 tpt. k.60i 61....- 1T ... JiO Dec. WVb SU TU 04 ?? May. imR ew e eoi 1.00 14 LUKA Ecpt. en w Dec 5 A3 May. M 60 OATS Sept. to May. Wfi FOIK dept. 20.05 Oct. 1 S2 1M 109 0.7 CATTLE. Steers - wtmtt mii Av-Frice 20K,,ai:,. ,?J2 tl5 4.T64... M0 4.CAI Uetfrrs 00 4.001 2 TO g ttfAJ 4A0temaaiaiIiiCB i.att Cawt H 5514 54 54 65H 2 B3A 62- 53K 63H V4 . ..... U 66 4- 64 BCV, o. 84'A 84 80S- St J 2 1 1 !:::::::: 2........ 2 t 1.250 4.251 -J Oct. 12.27 20.15 18.81 20 00 10.77 lti. 30 20.07 10.77 18.30 20.10 1.M 18.35 1.10 4.50 Boll l.lin o.wxn a..... 1,150 4.151 Nov. 11.37 H1BH .480.5X0 gat. 11 Jan. .7b 12 3ft 12.27 11.5T 11.37 12.84 12.20 11.62- 11J3- .70 12.80 12.20 11.55 11. OR 11.35 9.72 12.33 12.30 11.57 11.06 11.42 0.72 2S5 150 14 1U3 m 2 - 355 1-5 8.(10 8.T3 8.00 Bid. tAlk. IJfomlnaL 2. ....... 33 060 3. ........ 150 4lATTLaV I leM. Common te aaedlam ateera, lOB Iba. aadapward TOO t M Good ta eaoiea taera, j,uw i ttVlrUV i.aao iba Comaa ta.aai to 1.350 Iba. aaaaa to e l.lO IBS). Commee to ta Vo iaa -j. Sitra choice faadbig ateera, 809 Cioed ihMdlBC ,a4r''i99ti 109 Iba. ...... ... MfdiBBi teadlag etaera, TOO Comma la boat etockara UKIFBBB Oed to ehotaa beimra ...a ralr be medium Beuera...... sob U fair light aeixera. 3 red. UfDfJkKAFOUi OBA1K. & rui vsk. No. aeT: Mtira8 wX'98c; No. 8 red. 90c; Bep- UnjWr. 98c ; 0 V'rUWmpt Wbkob market Ko. 8 red, Vc , aampiaj Sra-Qalet. No blda. Oata Qalet. No bids. Hay 4Jutet. No blda. . ... lmarSoBi! Corn In No. 8 white. - ; - . T. m. vmBtiaaa IBM TJ8 cars ; Na. 4 wanvu .eBag -"lM 1 ea,; No. 8 yellow. cara; No. 2 u. a a aw I .I..A ah ahn mm a 1afa 9 mlM. S tBlrm ! IVOe SIS lr":' mpu74 cara." TUi. 42 Jle,J5lk w. ..ii. K ara: Ko. 8 Tel law. 8 cara; No, 2 mixed. 8 care. Total, 11 Oata In No. 3 whit. 1 ear aampm, ITAal am41 ABOa .091 omv-Mo. 2 white. 1 car: No. 3 wnire. 1 T a m px Mpa - aa a bo v!iA. 1 timoth vTl car : No. 2 clovVr .owaj e.ia I BUxeo. A car. V a o.x 5.00O A00 I TOLTDO OBAIN -Tl TOUEDO. kwpC lTWbeat. eaab and Iseiumberr 1S alrJti. Kill m m naiBf m 'Measm aweamn bubbi rarntEiiiucia tw. .k.i. 4.351 1 I T'k- mi u... mvuc. Oau. caal lr to medium cowa.. LT" Z-ZZ and BeptamDer, anc; tT-'-. iv aeera aad aattara...,...".. J LSS May, aoHev Rye. No. i. Tic: No. 3. 7j4c. w,iwviiv... 1 ciovar eeed. cash ana uctooer. e . rember gad March, 89.55. Alatke. prima sn October. S9A0. Tkatothy, pripie, .9u. w Fair Ca aeera aad nttera.... Good ha eheiae eowa aad Commo pa madia calvea B0I4JI AND CALTBB--Oood ta prima export baUa, Fair ta goad batcher balm 1 ommoe eaim ..... Commoa to boat eareae Fair ta good heavy calvea..... moo a. AOOO 9.TS ASOS A90 WALL STREET 1 The dear-cat. Arm and final refusal ot) tbe committee of tb Americaa bankers! aaaodatloa to make any conceaalon la tbei shape of giving a guarantee valldatlna rotten bUle of ladlag bad tbe effect ofi bringing the English backers to a re-i consideration or tae matter. aa la a strong technic hotter ludaree aealUoa, tboagh from reliable eourcee aaa aivea oat that a considerable lowering of tha price level la desired by the powera that be. It la eUted that heme of tba larger operators are abort of stocks while others are dealroue of creating a flria foaadaUoa oa which to start a ball mavement. The eloalnar waa ateadv. Gov ernment boada unchanged; other bonds arm. XIW TOM STOCKS. (By Flaley BarreU at Co.) eepc xi. Opeo. High. AtckUon 97 Vk Amai. Copper... 3 Am. Can 8 Am. Can pfd.... 08 Am. car a ay.... eo m. UeomoUT, 37 U. Am Smelt 634 Am. T. T 130 Anaconda 3o B. A 0 104 B. B. T 10 Low. Cloaa. 97 Vk w 2 aoVh Can. Faclflc...- latV C A 0 74$ :::::: aS CoL Fuel. Coaa. Uaa. D. A R. 0 30 Krle 2S Ot. Nor. pfd.... 123 int. raper iv . Kan. City South. 28tt hi. K. A T 81Va Mo. Facldc 52 National Lead.. OOVk if. x. central... 112 Nor. Facrac. Pena. Kalli Peonle'a Oaa. RennbUe Steel. Kep. sxeei pxa... fyi 31 ai... 11s : 112 ray.. 128V4 ia.... 10TJ Rea diner Rock Island Rock Island pfd. 03 nc South. Pacli W. pfd. ToL ft L. A W T.8C. L. m TJnloa Pacific.. D. s. steel... U. ox 14 7 mm.. vi 8. Steel ofd.. 110 17Uh Copper.... 45 s Worn 3m . . M ee .e..a 40 . e wl oovfc 654 esS e e e JadTW . a e t& 104 ,1044 1044a 75 ' 75 T 189$ lift 1S 74 74Va 1 120 130 Ul lVa 13o eeee e a e i23H w aa e 7a a a a e e 31 Oaf 61 60 61 112 .112 112 113 112 113 138 iS e e )iL eeew e a a a jj. 140T4 i46' 14 81 30 31 ii8 112 113 B2 'oiji 52 166 1H 104 7 72 7 ..... 115 40 45 43 SHORT TBKht NOTBS. Rate PcU Mat. Mkt. aooni tober, 84J; September. tiM. BVFFAXO ORAIJf. RniTlLO. N. T- Sept. 17-spnag . . mm . d m w. TbaaA NO. a rea. ai.vi, " riater ColrSSo; raltowT 69e: No. 3 yellow. M.Bvk3, 218 Iba. and iK..jMiio, Ta Medlam 'and BxtVaXlM iba.' aid .' . I wbTte. 87c aUBdard, 87c Barley. 72 apward . vi."" 0O ' 0'5c. uewei ta cnetea ubtbm. ew CeTJI!? ii a4 iiht-:iiati I"'"' . I OUTSIDE aiUaJkfiXO. ISO Iba. ..........a V-onfJ a.To e' aa Kvaamrva bb'bsbiw w w w w w w v w - - - ulk of aalea 9. 4 BAAA 41 lUk 430 PIabIii. PrirM.l utvwivni.il Bnt. 17 WhrtL MB' iMcemoer, uoi . Oood 9a cboica aprlag Umbe.... 8480070 tember, 91.09; 91.1a. DCLDTH. Sept 17. Wheat. September, 81.13; December. $1.13. WINNIPEO. Sept. Beat, vctooer. iDor. v.jac. tioad ta choice aheeD. Fair ia meoiam saeep CbIWj and throw-ewta voassaoa . lo . medlam apnag ju..1b9Uc: Decern tamee T"rXj; w I sit TtniK. Bent. 17 wheat. Septem- ATS ItembVrr 93c; Deoambar. 96c; May, NBW TORK. Sept 17-Waaat Septem- tt. Il.ostt; uecemoer.ei.ut. iU Vr.fi anr 17 Wheat Sratember. " r ,1 .-i . v. 11.. u m: . - OTNBR UVB STOCK MARJLXTS. I Mi aecem. e. v . MVMlrifl 1 Ban, IT I xm. a VM MAeOTB f apply Ughtt market ateady: choice. $7,251 TTTl, . T7oI. . ct.1i.. f.Ti -" . " H.kV S lau iba amXilflOlhet. ai.oau: .uecemer.ei.ui. Breeding awea Am. Cigar, aerlea A... 4 Am. ugar, aenea a... e Baltimore A Ohio.... 4 Bethlehem Steel Chicago A Alton..... 6 Cla Bam. A Day ton. 4 C.. C. A St L..... 5 Hadaoa Companlea... 0 Hudson Companlea .. 0 later. Rapid Transit. 6 Kaa. City Ry A Light Kan. City Ry A Light 6 Lackawanna Steel.... 5 Minn. A St Loul.... 5 N. Y N. H. A H S St Louis A San Fran. 4 St. Loala A San Fran 5 Haalhara RlflwlT . . . . S Tidewater Company.. 0 Western Tel. A Tel... 6 Weatlaghouae Elec... S 1911 99 1913 1171 1911 wi 1914 99 1013 98 1913 97 1911 99( 1911 90 1913 97 3911 100 ( 1912 97' 1913 94 1915 1911 98 1912 100l 1912 WO 1913 95 1913 97 1913 99 1 1912 90 iviu ww 1 w 99 97 100 as 100 101 0H VB 91 98 101 96 97 98 1IRJ 90 100 HNANCIAL NOTES la scheduled for next Thoreday. meeting Chicaao bond salesmen traveling In tba west report Improved tone In bauaeee off banks. Bankers uiklaar more favorably of the money outlook than they have ton mouths. While they still have too mocni us for loanable funds for crop marina pnrposee to bay bonds they feel that they are about through asking for credit front their reserve correspondents. Chicago bankera have different reports aa to the volume of the areaeral boalu of the eonatrv. While the majority them aarree trat there haa been a dectd let-ap In bnalneaa a few claim that eoni ditlona are still active. One of them cited tbe case of Marshall Field aad company, which la understood to have done a largea business laat month than la any precede log August. Directors of the Peonle'a aaa company of Chicago, have decided to sell $2,000,000 in! bouda aothoriied for the purpose of pH ing for tbe new building at the corren ex Michigan aveoae and Ada ma street - Chic, o tub way bonds were offered on tbe curb Friday at 35. They were 43 bid recently ana were not taken at aa y carer-; aay by a ttroaer, wno, a lew weens ago, waa Dinaing tne Bigner price. If United States rubber shown for tbei fltcal year to aad March 31 next a balance; for dividends approaching the 14 per rent! earned on tbe com moo in tbe lata fiscal year, including, of course, its equity in! nnamaeu earninaa or the saoaiaiary com-; Sanies, a decided movement for common) trldeads le likely. There la a very falri chance that the company will earn about this amount for its 825,000.000 common! stock this fear, aa ft rose ealea already' dwmcs are 00 ner cent to eu oer cent in excess of last year and tha year ns a whole promises to produce tbe largest voinme 01 gross in the history or the cor poratioa. wall street summary : Serious floods in gulf regions of Mexico. Attorney general) of New York etete decides United States! steel corporatloa must nay stock trans fer tax In salte of New Jersey incornora tlon. Daa's review aaya buyers' disposed! 10 limit parens sea 10 immediate require ments. Bradatreet'a renorta from leadine Industriea ara of rather Imi thin nnnni il expansion la activity. Trade authorlHeri any reduced prices for finished steel would! not bring new business in any quantity! at thla time. New York hanks lost 37,-! 95.000 on week'a currency movesneutj mostly to subtreaaary. President Hays, of the Grand Trunk says crops la tbei northwest are better than expected. Chin cago A Northwestern annual report shows) 11.68 earned oa common atock. Twelve) industrial stocks advanced .17; twenty act- lve railroad, advanced .24. - 1 Intimations that Wlckeraham salt to) annul ausar trust be brought next week Imports in August exceeded exports $3.- 563.000, against $0,000,000 last year. Regu lar dividends on Distillers of America pre ferred and Distillers' securities. Best ln-j formation from steel authorltlea la that; about Oct 1 official prices will be publicly! reduced to the actual prioea now prevail- Ing. mmm,ammmmmmmm' New Tork Times Saturday says: In the flnuncial district there was rather ani-, mated diacusslon of the news published in this newspaper Friday morning to tbe ef-i feet that President Taft was not desirous1 of a second term, and this was verv nat- orally contraated with tbe president's let-i ter regarding tbe patronage of the so -I called Insurgents. Changes and currents' in the political situation are closely ob-j served by tbe financial community from! day to day, of course, but tbe conviction, la growing, nevertheless, that witbin a! short time tbe atock markets themselve will devote more attention to the otneH factors la the general financial situation.) mm cm (mm F.ETRIGG roOUCRrVER VAIAEY OREGON CCRKCSPOHOrNCC soucrrcir 39 amnie ptaca wuBrelTo.c 10 txtgn- wajs that tlw prlmarF awcaos system does to , political aJTAJrs makes ihm croaked placaa aaaaoah ancl nils op tba rats ab4 pot holea. Botk ixurtransenta bats a ritsl coanectioa with (ood dt-lsenahip. A lot of fanners will fill sUoe this faU for the first time. good many more will hare to have a year or two more of alovenly and wasteful han dling of tbe corn crop to persuade them of the rslne of this best of all aids to successful stock raisins and dairy management. This matter must not be reprinted with out special permission. THE FOREST FIRES. The unusually dry weather which haa prevailed through moat of the tim bered sectiona of the great northwest during the past four months haa made possible an epidemic of forest Area which have not been exceeded In either extent or losses sustained for a genera tion. Some of the area hare been set by sparks from passing trains, aome by careless campers and hunters, while there is a pretty definite conviction that some of the worst bare been of incendiary origin, set by Indians out of spite against the whites or by white owners of timber homesteads, cooped in by the holdings of grasping lumber companies, who haTe preferred to lose their own property outright in a for est conflagration rather than dispose of It for a song to lumber companies on the humiliating terms which the latter are usually disposed to dictate. Again. other fires have been started by just such idiots as the one who on the even ing of the Fourth of July threw fire crackers out of the car window along the railroad right of way near Grant's pass, in southern Oregon, and maybe thought he was rendering bis country patriotic aervice by so doing. While the forest fires have been the worst in years, it ia alao true that never has the service rendered through the care ful organization of tbe forest rangers and tbe ready aid of thousands of pri vate citizens been more effective than in the past few weeks. In some sec tions, however, tbe forest fires were so large and gained such headway as to be entirely beyond the power of those who were available to fight them. In two or three instances sppeals have been made to President Taft by state officials and citizens' committees for the aid of tbe army in fighting the fires, and be has acceded to the re quest, promising to furnish the de sired aid whenever calls are received There is no type of conservation which is more practical than this of saving and protecting our timber wealth from this fearful loss resulting from care less fires, and to give aid in reducing this loss to the lowest possible limit is the plain duty of every good citizen. Soil Is very much like human nature in that when it has become depleted and degraded it seems to lose its ca pacity for producing good and whole, some crops, but can still furnish a har bor for sand burs, ragweed and fen nel, troublesome and worthless weeds that do nobody any good. As has been the case for some time past, a good mule is still worth from (10 to $15 per head more than a horse of equal grade and quality. In view of this fact and tbe further fact that there is less risk In bringing them to s marketable age, the mule business would seem to be on 8 pretty sound basis. . stage ieutg-tB4) lowest T whicli tlAfj is ay record, a half inch lower than the) lowest previous record of 1884.' In the vast auJarRy f cbabb the de liberately unrely pvpll Xrom a boms wher the paraatt sr avhither re spected nor exsreiss say wholesome Authority. And emit oftea it Is tb parents of Joat sock pupils who back them up rather than the teacher when they make trouble at acbooL TTIld grape Tines, er the TirgtBla creepers, serve a practical and aesthetic purpose when their handsome green or autumn colors cover the naked un conthness of outballdiag or dead tree, but they are quite out of place when they throttle live shade or fruit trees and deprive them of needed sunshine, moisture and plant food. There are many tracts ot land in ir rigated districts whose low runs or spots should be given effective tile drainage if the largest measure of good is, to be derived from an appli cation of water , to the surface of the soil. Especially is this true in most arid sections where tbe soil ia heavily mpregnated with alkali, the presence of which in excessive quantities mesas death to growing things. For a heavy winter coat or a hand some robe to lay before the fireplace not even the bison hide of bygone days surpasses in either texture or beauty the nicely tanned akin of a 1.200 pound Galloway steer. And it resembles the skin of the wild animal in this that it takes a good wad of money to buy one of them. Tbe idea of renting trees is rather outlandish, but there is a dealer In New York who is said to make a busi ness of renting out bay laurels, which are about ten feet high, rooted In large portable boxes and exhale a pleasant fragrance in the rooms where they are displayed. The fee paid for the loan of these trees is $20 for each occasion. Adam was tbe first tiller of tbe soil. but it remained for an Englishman of the name of Jetbro Tull to demon strate the simple fact that a deep and thorough tillage of tbe soil increaaes the available plant food which it con tains. His aphorism, "Tillage is ma ture," has since been proved faulty in theory, though its practical aspect is now universally accepted. HEW YOSK BONDS. A. T. T. Conv.. 100 Atehleon 4s.... 99 ten. conv. 4a. iw B. K. T. 4s.... 83 D. R. O. 4S.... 93 C ft. I. Ret 4s ?4V C. R. I. CoL 4s 7Vi C. O. 4MS...S 101 123 lav s 5 Mi C.AN.W. Cons. 112 Gen. Else. 6s Erie Oenl T2 os... in Iron Mt. Re.... 100HI ..AN. Unified 4a 97 g M. k. t. aa.. M. K. T. 4.S. HEW YORK Cl'BB. Stand. Oil Am. Tob.. Rawhide . 12 Miami Cp. 18 Ray Cons. IS Chlno Cp. lVa Nlplastng . 11 Brit. Col.. S Tramp ... La Rose. . Ohio Cop. soot 97V B08Q 40041 9 N. J. C be... No. Pac. lsts. M T. C. 3 Us. Readinar 4s 9M1 St.L.8. W. let 4a 8H at T. s. w. 2nas sv So. Ky. os So. P. Conv. 4a Tex. Pac. 5s... 109 U. P. Conv. 4s. 103 jU. P. 1st 4s.... 101 W. snore si e Wsb. Ref. 4a... 63J, Weetb's Con. 6s U. & S. 6s. 104 Kr.Lk. 0 7-18 410(Oirouz 0 RyCnt. 8 3- Ch. 8b. 4 Cn.Ars. 11 Un.Hn. I Ely Ct, I ElrCn. Oldhill 6 9-ld exo u-io 164X2 18-16 ol1 '25328 "ft Of ! prime' 87.20; good. 8 KHJ886; tidy I I.lverpvc.l luttBfrB.8a4bs.8O: fair. H8aS.5j oo- wheat, HHS rioa. 984824.40; camrnoa to good tat bulla, I than Friday. l.ToC8i eoaaaion to good fat eowa, 82.60 1 tat aeirera. as. wax a. w, rreea eowa ana 1 rklriro cai MAY ?i. contract. Recatpta year ago tooa v . L l'f?-i kfalorltT af tbe Chicago wheat trade la Aali . la 00 wethera. rod 'Bkisea 504x4 pply light; market steedi a. to MAslnta; Wheat. lOU ot I cars sraoeu vunv, t contract; oats. 159, with 8 1 cara FRUITS AND VEGETABLES! ti -this year and that thla frost apprenenslou . mm , wlll be a factor ia the market for the rv ' (laouaapoua Wholesale rncea.g - next xew wee. a. ' (Corrected Dally.) ' Norfolk A Western annual June 3fl shows earnings, after fixed chargee and preferred atock dividend, 11.S8 per cent, on common, against 8.56 in 1909. Finley BarreU A Co. any: The marked' is still In tbe sone of political influence?, and tbe word haa gone out that tbe large interests will not sanction any sustained) advance until the full election prospects) has become more clearly defined. Pros pect favors a trading market with good) swings each way. 1 COTTON. NEW TORK. Sept. 17. Finley BarrelU A Co. say: Steadiness in tbe cotton mar-l ket Saturday seemed due to short coverinaJ Tbe advance haa brought about a lesa con -I fldent feellna ree-ardine- the Dosslbilitv of tbe crop outturn and there -Is less being! said about a thlrteen-million bale crop Weather Saturday generally clear, with' temperatures seasonable ana crop matur ing under favorable conditions. Ellison report showed somewhat larger spinners stocks than expected, tha total being only. 219.000 bales less than a year ago, while present consumption ia 30,000 bales a week unaer a year ago. Movement ia very ngnt and the slowness with which cotton Is coming Into sight emphasises tbe lateness of the crn and makes It clearly evident that tbe frost will be unusually important 60: Kood. 83. btimi nmiaea. aa.xaexs.aa: rair mixec lam be, 4 oOQi-TA. Hogs Receipts VBVITBw market active and higher; prime mea S.2&; auga, 87C7.76. hues. M.86490.90: heavy yorkere, 810.1ft neavv . . r :r- .7" k - .-. 1 m4h. in m .a ia.h .n warn nail uu. v. m lams, mw.iomiiv.mv. 1 - - . .k. k . 10.20: lien t vorkers. market, xne midi "." 'r 9 90bf0; BSJMeeJU. rougU.- 8O0tJ 9lVL? nnT.1Sl SoVa T'tTvVvS. N. T, Pt. 17-C.t- t hS y ch. Open. Apples Common cooking apples. brL 8S I ; XJucbeas. 1A0 bu; H brl; Wealthy. l.Sfl naihrl; kfaklan Blnah. SS PeC ri; Jonathan, nja per ori: xaaey daaa September 1X65 has, 90JM8. Colorado. IS-SO jper brlj jtohel 1317 irlmea Ooiden, $1.28 pet bu: Vaadevere- joeniier 13.10 1 mi-, aaa-S w a I s-wa.w rv; a, e e a 1 small cratal M,T tie Receipts, prima steers. MAT A caw JiaLVJ?'". VUH.2f4lli It la pointed out tbit corn baa declined i. WT.80; ahlpplng ateera, $4 Jo. piVtbout material reaction, and ,.P' aL!KlfeMth.ty atiSgth la wheat wUl awing the npea Bockyford. J I oaa; Tip Tope, l.zaju-ov per an. ; BomegrowB, 8XS6ulJB per brL .if rr:h.riC-l.Iufkii.iia. B2Jia ner bad . SEW TORK COTTON. (By Flaley BarreU A Co.) sept. it. xi'gn. 13.70 13.21 13.14 13.10 13.18 13.22 13.19 Low. Close. 13-63 13.65-6 13.14 1H.1? 13.05 13 05 , 13.02 13.03 13.12 13.1 13.14 13.14 NEW TORK BANK STATEMENT. NEW TORK. Sept. 17. Bank statement: MamH-mr-a i2Ue lb. I Averaare statement cash reserve. 26.88 per vw"-" r---.. 1 that any strengtn ia wneat wui p.wi 1 orauea Calif orn la lfalaga, 91 JWfll.79 per cent. Keeerve, aecrease, ao.aiw.wx) : less Si Viv iT".n.Z .ZtliiUr tV, I atanua. rnjiy. sa!nOaId: 'sheen, tatti. Hosa Receipt a. Northwest wheat receipts: Minneapolis. l lt aavas sa.ex e. a mbw avib v. d-lb basket. 20c: 8-lb. basket. 30c. loaey wiecoaaia. f. ae-ia crata. S.M0J market alow. Tower 2 yorkere. 89.90 .,?"7n i.u ar turday ..w.nw a-mnrv a wrm 111 au.n. it I receive. mm n . ...- , . 1 J 1 .040 OAA . denoalta. increase. 85.887.000: circulation. i lesaoas California. 85; ateealaa. gaJM) increase. S330,9oa Actual atatement casu OS. , reserve, 26.70 per cent. Limes--Italian. 81 33 per hundred. If 1 . I Oraacea Late Valendaa. 910485: Btv iBiicaaeis, ew.90 box. aaarxei eteaav: peeves. .aoao.iu . eowa 1 , win nrova a aeip -j w-."i "1 aad belfere. 82.2S4IA75; stockers and feed- I Kn, on ocean passage statement x- , JK5?,WJrT' Bi.nBjHu.asu. sBueavaTB MiiVivtBB a.vw a BBssiB atwa 1 Jk sBaa. atnvii I 'sa anin lBBsv xa aa aa rear BBSS a, aaaaaa w tTWIOM BTOCKTARDA 111- Sent. 17. Hess-Recelpta. 6.OOO2 market stroBg. WK . M fM bnv j ,.j?5I!!!?.f B,i.' hln?fl: hi her : mixea ana oatcaers. aa.oueiv.uD : 1 wiooim c-irwoi. "ar .""-r'' . "tT l" V wV... eaaaoaoiut. Mk kun Mai mh IT (aa) hn. Colorado and IJtah. HKtftfiOc. amall box SS'aAtfcvttiJ I Moaday-. atatl.tlcs, according to differ, cr. Ohjo'aBdhi $i B51-9" Pf B"S ew : RrrTTKit. mJmVZTSi Pill" fr?SaSLV?,,4 WMWrB at WW0.000. , irTtaa.pple.-BcA . ahhe4jA,a per erat SrffteV:: Sc "-, 1 11 piaai-r.Hiir.u. Ti maai no- Mesa . i.ivni v v , .-r a .v w 1 ...- w. - i : . . r . --.. mwiui v i.,.- , .i I jjomna wtrce a. v. iiwbwi iiorav. sac Dacaet : inaiana - vuu, 199 1 nnfFi3. T. full cream. PRODUCE MARKETS . ' SS v it i4 inwi ,'; .r" . "Fr 1 Bhonld the ex porta ot at w paaan ; aucaigBB, a rt.9l7. Calyes-Marset, 80c lower; t I "tvw Xork aad 80.000 at Baltimore, be LWawrmelonsIndlanaT giojiu.s. nogs necripis, i.vi 15 "a1"" followed by anything la the way ot im- Brancy. large. 17c. u range mm M.her: d t. choice packera and WanV ..Mit bnainess. some further tern- ilSoGlM per brl. . M-her; rT i choice Packers and Dortant export business, some further tern- 81310 per t tchers. 8990419 95. Sheep-Receipts. Uke place. Without ex- f 4N: market at run a; extra, 84.10. Lambs Krt hielDeeaof this klad Relieve the 1 Tl irket strong; extra. 87.25. selling pressure win return and pricee go Bseta Homeg Cabbaaw tsdSSSe pec brL Carrots Fer ha. 00c. lower tnaa before, isprtuweet euuanois to a little mtxea aa toe suiu mtw d- . buvere of wheat, yet there la. a lot ot i talk about abutting down spring . neat aelua because of slow sour iraae. BSCOBU DBT.OOODS BCSINE8S. Marshall rtetd A Co- la their weekly re- rw of tha dry gooda trade, pubiishea tarday. will aay t "Business la dry goods mi 11 atuinnaTT aa ana monin ma - bbs au iBSicauona are tnat imai primary market receipra: wneax, will be ana af tbe beat we have larjo bo. compared with 1,41 3,000 ba received rvkaowa. The eloee of the vacation I a year ago today. . ada and the Beneral rood feallnc I B7O.000 bu. arainst 483.009 bu last throughout tba country are causing retail-1 year. era to give more serious atteaUoa to the I Oata. 499,009 bu, against 854,000 bu last preparalloa for fall bualaaaa. aad thla lu tara la reflected la bis deataada belac ma da aa wholesale stocks, hlaay vialtlns mrehaJ are preparlsg for big fatl open inga aa i I aae report very aattstactory re tarua fraat aales already la progress. repert conainons nvoraoie rr. :r .r .rii x . iwoeat proapecta or teaa.oi um 1.1 asnn 1 ahinsaents as well as a baa heea 9Mt vVralani domestic movement t are also fur are wilaa-very .rong. Demand 1. good rWatlnnt. ' year. New Tork private wire: Five Boat loada of wheat aad three boat loada af core worked for export. Finley Barren and company wired 1 necreaseq nanus falling off la tbe ogether with tbe fact rely the cheapest mar- has brought about a Therefore tha market 'ill be more oenaltlre rish influences. Hence breaiciSbs. .tA Meatus, . color .Tbiuish to Wrto alB. wua teas e asasa w"J I purchases for tba first time la quite a twa iBcbsa." srsw YORK. Bert. nWethlag bbM ta -v Batarday. Pw t ntea: Surtlag I rvWaaw. 48T. w "al bualneM I Is bearua ib taT hsskera' bi-i at 46. - kS fer de- laa tavestmeat BBBS4 aad 4SSU9. W aty-aAy hllla. pear attractive. while appear attractive oa breaks. Cora sentiment contlaues vary bearish aad aa long aa weather Is faverable everything of a bslllah aature will be Bxlnlmlsed, bat aa we believe tbeea levels discount all that tae situation, purcnases rrorn staadpoiat continue to ap rasce is aa mstf oraa ae t9 t taaaa m. as risaaaas to take aa Ir. Ca. ..al-w" f pa la. tae PwaitBaw a swaavf ETiiMssu7tVeeAra Taa PHNWlMr 2 aMawlal ekl betide af with alck iMBdaeaa. saarea areata or aay ach Ueabli. satsSOe CaMwaO'a Bynsp lapata. it taBi Celery Mtchlaaa. 204aS0e do, banchaa? I pew xors. auwu4.ii TEOETatll.ES. rowau 8Be bsv sraaeel Sprouts age at. 'nnnlrv I CHEI W T .,.11 . euw i-rr iw , Hv JBC watermeioaa. x. Cheddars. ISc I iWiacousla fuU 1 ; cream 18c I ' palry 18c m ner crate. Cauliflower 8Li542- par cranv. t-nenmoers lasjioc aoa. Egg Plaat Par doa, 064t7Sa. Eadivea lfieJBOc lb. Garlic (New) 12m5c. Green Peaaara 0047Se hamper. I Qreea Con Bomearown, 8ftl0c das ; ureas Boaae Btsta t own. aJcycsc. Baaa 9c. INDIANAPOLIS. I (Corrected DaUy.l importea swiss. 3UC New 6-lb. brtck .lSVfcc Llmherg. new... tad Neufchatel. , urse dox..... ur amall box..... 45c! EGGS. I Fresh eggs..... 22ci Loss oft 23cl POULTRY. Roosters 8e) Ducks lOel Spring chickens. 12cl ens 12d Toms ...... Geeea 9cl NEW TORK. I one home Israel Phlt cream, doaALKM Hen turkeys.... LKXMMIC Bwisa, new J23C kteady. Pork Oulet; mesa, 82342 23JMX .Lard Dull; middle west. spot. 81-.00a 12.70. Sugar Raw Dull; ceatrtfagala, 9fl teat, 4.30c; Muscovado. 89 teat, A86c Re-, . , ........ . 1 . m tir. - w .ok. J towdered. 5.25c : granulated. 6.13c. Coffee Beaaa Hoaiaaiewa. adalteBe. i toowden I-ttiirS. far hauansr. BX.7Si 1 f ' Rla Xa. 7. on snot. 10Ttillr Tallow- : nee Is. , IDaM rltr. Tc: eeuatrv. TavZac. Havt Msagusa oOatSOe par bampac : 1 Dull; prime. 81: No. 3. TSeJSOc; clover . Muaarosms lasjapc par in. . no90c. urssea poultry v aaa ; turkeysj : Poutoea- -Kentucky. 80c per bu; Jarsey &sj30c: chickens. 12Q2lc; fowls, I5tlscl extra faacy, 80c per ba; Caaadlaa Kerta-. gucke, lSHf19c. Live poultry Firm, ftrj. 82 70 per brC geese. 12c: Jucka, 14c; fowla, ISHQlOci Parsley l&snOe doa. hanchaaL 1 1 - nAaian 1 10 . . mm RadUC -104912c doa. baa Steady : raoatera. lie. Cheese1 state milk, common to specialal i 'rt T.?c ao- bac"3b. . lOUfilTc; skims, common to specials. Stia Tomatoes Homegrown. 40650c per ba. 4c: full skima, 2HS4c. Butter Quteti ) Kaae Per doa. bunches, 20c receipts. e.Ut: creamery, extra, 30c; state tialrr tults. 3329c; imitation rreameryi LfSFSzSy o aowu. 81 bu; VbVrte"frnc. -rbPmld to?Flr h ""i naUve xreah flrata. SSgate. "1 BHsrScILlB. 1 CHICAGO. SepTtter. extras 30c pVrZ3Tl Brsts. Mc; i.iry extras 80c; firsts !r. SCT.- . m . mm mm Em Prime firsts. 23c: flrata. 21c. bu TSar r'fglnlTsweVrtm PTwln. . -oung A-er i per brl; Baltimore, 8il5; , Homegrown, 11.i. HlLS owU 14c' Watercrev; 50c dea. bunches. The dry season closing has cut the straw crop unusually short, and the wise man will stack whatever straw he may have in the most careful man ner possible, for in many sections it promises to have a value of from $3 to $4 a load before pasture time next year. The bulk of it ia of extra good quality, and it will go a long way to ward tiding over a period of short feed. There is many a hill prone to wash ing and cutting ,by heavy rains that can be helped much by a terracing and ditching of the hlllslope in each way ORCHARD FERTILIZERS. The agricultural department at Washington has been making some that the water may be run to tbe sides on a gradual Incline Instead of being. allowed to course in large quantities directly down the slope. Laid off in the above manner there will be but a relatively small amount of water to be drained from each area, and tbe wash ing of the soil will be by that much re- rather exhaustive experiments along the line of tbe use of fertilizers for apple orchards and has recently published its findings. A system of orchard fertilizing has been worked out which brings the cost down to $3.25 per acre. During tbe first eight years the mixture recommended con-jduced. sists of 10 per cent nitrate of soda, 20 per cent each of dried blood and pot- Last spring there were two or three ash and 50 per cent of bonemeal. and pear ' trees in the writer's orchard this should be applied in a three foot which looked decidedly sick. A nurs circle under the young trees, the area eryman who saw them thought the . K..tt..ll.. I. 1 n !, mmmjm I.I. Ik.! ..11 I , . , B.,, . . . iruuuie luigui ne DUgm. of application being increased with the growth of the trees. After tbe eighth year the nitrate and dried blood should be reduced one-half, the potash remain the same and tbe ground bone in creased to 65 per cent. During the A fruit in spector at first diagnosed tbe case as crown gall. But a digging ap of one of tbe trees showed a perfectly clean and healthy condition of tbe root wood and bark, but that the lower roots were eight year period the mixture should virtually standing in the water, which be applied annually at tbe rate of one- came within a foot and a half of tbe fourth pound per square yard of sur face, while afterward it should be at the rate of three ounces until the twentieth year. After the trees are twenty years old twenty-five pounds of the mixture should be applied per tree broadcast and worked in with spring cultivation. In the case of old or chards which have never been ferti lized fifty pound8 of the mixture should be applied per tree the first year and twenty-five pounds there after. In the opinion of tbe depart ment experts red and crimson clovers are tbe best grasses for orchard pur poses. BETTER METHODS PAY. The- North Dakota Agricultural col lege has been conducting experiments for several years paat at twenty-four different substations in the state for tbe purpose of determining tbe value of crop rotation and more careful prep aration and handling of the soil as a means of increasing tbe yield of wheat. It has been found possible to increase tbe average yield of wheat from 13.7 bushels to 26.47 bushels per acre, and it is the opinion of those in charge of the experimental work that with the farmers of the state follow ing approved methods in as large a measure as would be feasible under average conditions tbe yield of wheat for tbe whole state might be raised to an average of 22 bushels per acre. Tbe five year rotation which has been followed in the tests consists of clover or field peas the first year, cut for hay; corn the second year, wheat for the next two years and for tbe fifth year oats. In the drier sec tions the ground is plowed six inches deep, harrowed at once and also aft er each rain. A press drill is used for seeding, and when tbe grain Is about three inches high the soil is stirred arith a weeder. Whether it is advisable to dehorn the dairy cow is now quite generally view ed as belonging to the same class r. do using silos, cream separators and manure spreaders no longer in the list of debatable questions. km Mm PAY The sheep, hog and dairy cow , fit finely Into s a system of agriculture which ought more and more to be fol lowed in ail sections where the rain fall and winter supply are sufficient ta make the raising of stock and keeping of cows possible. r:-' The rptn road dra. holds ajxra t the surface at that point. None , of the tree fruits flourishes with wet feet. tiling of tbe low spots is the only rem edy. Within two or three years there bat been a radical change' in the method of handling tbe animals in the largest zoos of tbe country, particularly dur ing the .winter season. ? Formerly it was the aim to reproduce as nearly as possible by means of warm quarters and steam heat conditions of tempera ture to which the animals were accus tomed in their native haunts. But monkeys from the tropics treated in this way seldom survived one winter's confinement usually contracting and dying of consumption. Finally a new plan was tried of keeping tbe monkeys and other animals in open outdoor cages and allowing them to become ac customed gradually to tbe colder tem peratures. It was found that instead of dying of tbe cold, aa was supposed would be the case, the animals flour ished as tbey never had before, while those which were already suffering from tuberculosis were cured of their trouble , by this fresh air treatment. Tbe best doctors agree that what im good for monkeys and kangaroos Yt equally good for bnman beings. In sections where winter weather la not so severe as to prevent the growth of cowpeas nnd cow horn turnips there 1 could hardly be a better combination for loosening and adding humus to stiff, resistant and depleted soils. If the turnips grow tbe way they should they will bore the ground full of deep holes, while the plowing under of both turnips and legume in the spring will give a splendid supply of green manure. Every tiller of the soil who would have his land become richer as the years go by should try in every way possible to increase the manure output of the farm. This will mean tha keep ing of more cattle, horses, sheen and. hogs, a more generous use of straw in the bedding of 'the pens snd stable, and. lastly, what comes to the same end, the putting of tbe manures which are pro duced on tbe land as soon as posalblo following their accumulation. Report has It to the effect that Kan sas City bankers bsve got together and agreed to loan no more of their funds to folks who would mortgsge . their town or rural property to raise the amount of money necessary to buy au tomobiles. This may be a bit tough on those who would fain ride in just aa high style as some of their neigh bors, but in the end It will prove a lasting kindness. There are a stsck of folks who have gone absolutely daft with this automobile mania, and some rather drastic action of this kind Is needed to bring them to their senses. Tbe department of soils of the Wii consln Agricultural college hss under taken tbe job of restoring the fertility of a wornout sandy farm near Sparta. The tract in question has been cropped for the past forty years until it Is sour and thin and unresponsive. . Lime has been applied for correction of tbe acid ity of tbe soil at the rate of from lJOuO to 2100 pounds per sere, while, for the purpose of increasing the humus ' and' nitrogen, clover, cowpeas, soy' beans and tbe lupines have been grown. Wijb the last named crop aa high as two or three tons of green stuff "per acre here been produced for green ma nure, where a short time before the soil grew nothing but pigeon grass and sand burs. The day refei u u .a ia Holy Writ "when the grasshopper shall be a bur den" is fulfilled this year for a good many farmers in sections west of the Missouri river. Billygoats and brush patches are both sorts of unlovely propositions when viewed separately, but . when both are inclosed within the same fence tbe combination is a very satis factory one. , Tbe average soothing sirup with which fretful babies are doped by tired mothers is at bottom a deadly poison whose treacherous character Is con cealed by some euphonious and sooth ing appellation. t should Increase one's determina tion In waging a vigorous warfare on tbe fly tribe to know that their hatch ing places ara manure piles and their feeding places for a part of tbe time at least cesspools and garbage piles. The protracted drought through the upper Silississippl valley country is well shown in the unnsuaHy low stage of water la .the .Father of. Watts tbe PUDLIC 8 ALE OF PER SON AL PROPERTY ' I will sell at Public Auction on premises known as 4 the Binkley farm, three miles southeast of Richmond and three miles north of Boston", on the Boston pike at 10:00 o'clock a, nu, on WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 21. M0 The - following described property, to-wit: 7 Head Horses One bay mare 8 years old, weight about 1,400 Iba.; one gray horse 6 years old; one black mare 3 years old, weight 1300 pounds; one blind mare, one. bay horse, one roan horse, one black colt 2 years old, 14 Head Cattler-Two milch cows, three Jersey heifers to , he fresh soon, and a number of 1 and 2 year old steers, some fat enough for market Grain About 200 bushels corn in crib; 18 acres corn in field; 5 tons of oats in mow and 10 tone baled bay. One S-passenger, 4-cylinder Wayne Automobile in Good Repair. FARMING IMPLEMENTS , . Terms All sums under ... $3.00, cash ; over $5.00 a credit of ten months will be given, purchaaer glving note woth approved securi ty. S per cent discount for cash. CLAYTon nurrr Col. Joseph A. Kennell, Auctions sr. Walter Farlow, Cleric. UF3E ca Recent exhaustive feeding tests which have been conducted by tbe Iowa Agricultural college disclose some very Interesting facts with ref erence to the value of the so called atock foods ss aids in fitting hogs for market. The data collected show con clusively that these specially prepared foods and tonics were worth nothing whatever along the line claimed, but, on the contrary, that the most rapid as well as the cheapest gains were made by hogs which did not receive any ot these "foods" st all. And not even in their capacity as tonics, regulators and improvers of the system, tending to Increase capacity for assimilation of foods, did they prove to do what the manufacturers claim for them. , Mil lions of dollars are spent annually for the special foods, and tbe subject ia an Important one. With feeders know ing the reat facts in the case they will be in a position to pursue such a course with reference to the use or disuse of the feeds as they think will be to their own interest. gralessjqu. V.