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SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1908.
I c a Word FIRST INSERTION AND 1 c a Word for each sufese -2 qt*ent insertion MALE HELP WANTED. WANTED—BY CHICAGO WHOLE- S ale and mail order house, assistant manager .man or woman } for this county and adjoining territory. Sal ary $20 ".nd expenses paid weekly; expense money advanced. Work pleasant; position permanent No in vestment or experience required. Write at once for full particulars and enclose self-addressed envelope. Cooper & Co., 132 Lake Street, Chi cago, 111. I WANTED—A DISTRICT AGENT FOR the Massachusetts Mutual Life Ins. Co. only responsible man with good ability need reply. This company pays annual dividends to all policy holders, is most economically man aged, and its policyholders are pro tected by the famous Massachusetts insurance laws. References exchang ed. 11. G. Colton, Manager, 310 Chamber of Commerce, Portland, Oregon. FEMALE HELP WANTED. WANTED—AT ONCE, TWO LADY ors for Walla Walla. Good commission. Pay each night. Call .' ti. 5 to 7, 4 to 6 p. m., 215 W. Alder SITUATIONS WANTED. WANTED—BY A THOROUGH SHOE nan, a position in the city. Best ol refer nee. Address Box 344, City. FOR SALE. FOR SALE —THREE LOTS, GOOD house and barn and outbuildings, in Green's addition—a bargain. Enquire al Statesman office. SALE—REGISTERED JERSEY | cow; good milcher; gentle. Address Statesman office. FOR SALE—REQUIRING THE CAP ital for a business investment * will offer for sale for a short time my new nine room modern cottage [19 .V well street. Eugene Lorton. FOR SALE—ALL KINDS OF BlCY cles at the Alder Street Bicycle .].■: FIRST CLASS DIRT, cor Colville & Rose. Delivered any \\ here. | FOR SALE—AN EIGHT-HORSE power Gasoline Engine. Almost new. Enquire Cash Cycle Co.. East Main Stt, or E. J. McKittrick, 327 S. 4th. FOR SALE-ONE-STORY AND HALF house on East Alder St. Lots of I and shade. Lot 100x490 ft. $3000. Add. H. White, 209 Madison St FOR SALE—SCALE AND WARE house receipt books for sale at this FOR SALE—AT STATESMAN OF fice. Heavy Newspaper Wrappers; size 5 feet square; suitable for building purposes or for laying car pets. BICYCLES FOR SALE FROM $5 TO $15. Alder Street Bicycle Shop; 124 W. Alder. FuR sale—furniture of.* 8 room house, also a lot of canned fruit R. W. Rifley. 846 North 9th street. R PALE—I IRISH SETTER PUP ! i Scotch Collie. Only $5.00 each. 317 Craig St. For SALE—A FRESH MILCH COW. Enquire of Model Bakery. FOR SALE —TWENTY SHARES W. W. Brick & Tile Co. Address P. Hoover, 542 E. 36th St.. Portland. Oregon. WHY RENT? When a small payment down and $35.00 per month will buy a lovely home in Isaac's Park Addition, 720 I'niversity street. New, modern, seven room house; never been lived in; be a seven large living rooms there is a large reception hall with open g stair, nicely panelled and lovely : rolling doors between parlor and S room: pantry eight by nine witn cupboard, pass cupboard, work table bins and drawers; bath eight by t' n with tub, lavatory and toilet. Front Porch 10x12, back porch 6x16; br c foundation and cellar; wired for elec tric lights; insured for $2,000. WOLFE A.VALAER, Rooms 13 and 14, Paine Bld * Phone 1721. ™ e Evening Statesman Classified "Want Ads." BringTto? Results FOR RENT. FOR RENT—FTTRNISHED HOUSE keeping suite. 209 S. 4th. FOR RENT—NEW 6-ROOM COT tage. Inquire 547 East Alder St. FOR RENT—FOUR ROOM HOUSE near Washington school. Inquire 213 S. Third St. FOR RENT — TWO SLEEPING rooms and one sitting room. Water on floor. 210 West Poplar, Phone Main 266. FOR RENT—A NICE HOME, COR ner North 2nd and Cherry Sts; fur niture for sale and rent. Enquire Mrs. H. Riley. FOR RENT—THREE LARGE FUR nished rooms with bath. 127 Boyer Ave. FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED housekeeping rooms at 20 West Pop lar. THE VALLEY HOUSE, 221 WEST Main—Rooms by Day, Week or month. Hot and cold water in all rooms. Phone Main 325. FOR RENT—SLEEPING ROOMS, 307 South Fourth. FOR RENT—FIVE ROOM COT tage of Pleasant S., two blocks from Sharpstein school. Inquire 602 E Sumach. Phone 1009. FOR RENT—TWO NICE BED rooms, 353 S 4th St. Five minutes walk from new Opera House. GENERAL. WANTED—SECOND-HAND TYPE writer. Address M. E. C, this office. EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER— Mrs. Buren. 434 Crescent St. *.LL KINDS OF SECOND-HAND Bicycles at the Alder St. Bicycle Shop. A.LL KINDS OF REPAIR WORK AT Alder St. Bicycle Shop, 124 W. Al der. THE COAST HOUSE, 7% ALDER Street, opposite postoffiee. Up to date in every respect. Employment office in connection. Phone 212. Samuel Jay, Prop. BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRING promptly done. Prices right. First class work guaranteed. H. Romer, 122 East Alder street. TRY THE CASCADE FUEL CO. FOR Wood or Coal. Phone Main 214. WALLA WALLA JUNK SHOP Wholesale and retail dealers in all kinds of Hides, Wool, .Scrap .Iron, Brass, Copper, Rubber, Lead, Zinc, Bottles, Old Rubbers and Second- Hand Sacks, and Second-Hand Fur niture, Stoves and Carpets. EPSTEIN & YOUDOVITCH. Phone Main 360 121 East Main St. WALLA WALLA, WASH. |L SHANK & CO.. DEALERS IN iron, brass, copper, bottles, lead, zinc, sacks, rubber, hides, furs, etc. 105 East Main St., Phone Black 879. UPHOLSTERING. W\LLA WALLA UPHOLSTERING Company, 60 South Palouse street. Phone Main 673. Charles Caldwell, Propi ietor. ♦ j. W. McGhee, Jr., Insurance, ♦ ♦ Real Ecsate, Loans, Rentals, in- ♦ ♦ vestments and Surety Bonds. 12 ♦ ♦ to 14 Dooly Block, 16% Main St ♦ ♦ Phone Main 99k UNDERTAKERS. j W COOKERLT —LICENSED EM 'oalmer and undertaker Babcock block. 7U First street. Tel. Main 379. .. PICARD & HENNESSEY. UNDER TAKERS AND LICENSED EM- B \LMERS, 312 W. Main Street. phone 151. Opposite Court House. FUNERAL tors and Embalmers. 130 East Aider. Telephone Main 322. Em balming a specialty. the Evening State.- man. PROFESSIONAL. DR. J. C. MACK, PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon. Special attention given t« diseases of women and electrical treatments. Office, rooms 21 and 22, Postofflce building. Phone, Offices, Main, 440; Residence, Main 96». W. R INGE DALTON, M. D.. 44-7 AR cade, Seattle. Skin and genito-uri nary diseases. DR. N. Q. BLALOCX, M. D., OFFICE in Rees-Wlnans Bldg. Phones: Of fice, Main 272; residence, Main 542. DR. C. P. GAMMON, PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Office Paine Bldg. Specialty—Diseases of Women and Children. Phone, Office, Main 316; residence. Main 582. DR. J. W. "WOODS, GRADUATE Veterinary Surgeon. Office Mcßrlde Bros. Co. Res. phone 957. Hospital service. Asst. State Veterinary; Ex-House Surgeon, State College. S. C. BRIG HAM. M. D., OCCULIST and Aurist. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Postofflce building. Main 268. VOICE MENDING A SPECIALTY— Director of opera oratorio and church choirs —Signer G. Ferrari, the emi nent Italian vocal teacher, formerly of Milan, Italy. Signor Ferrari has the highest endorsement of music critics of Europe and America In re gard to the excellence and efficiency of his method. Studio on Third St., Walla Walla Wash. Telephone Main 1115. GROCER. HE PLACE TO BUY GROCERIES is at the store of J. F. McLean, 124 East Alder street. VERERINARY SURGEON. DR. J. J. MURRAY, VETERINARY surgeon and dentist; graduate of American Veterinary College, New York City. Office Hartley'ss O. K. Feed Stable, E. Main St. Telephone Main 81, Walla Walla, Wash. SUITS PRESSED. SUITS SPONGED AND PRESSED. 16 N. Second St. Phone Main 716. BANKS. GENERAL BANK t% c^ekTn^Accts. **«3.v£# ,5j i% Savings Accts. Capital ji»O,00() CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. W. J. ESTES, Artistic Wood Butcher CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Plans made, estimates fufnished. All work guaranteed. 507 S. 2nd St. Phone Main 1716. AGENTS WANTED. WANTED—AGENTS FOR COM plete Russian-Japanese War Books; good salary, sample free. Address Globe Co., 723 Chestnut St., Philad'a. AGENTS WANTED —WE CAN make a most attractive offer to en ergetic men and women to become our personal representatives in their own localities. Prefer those who devote their whole time, with a view to managing branches for us after January L No capital required. We manufacture a staple line of mer chandise for which there Is a uni versal demand. Raymond, Hill & Co., 185 Kinzie St., Chicago. PERSONAL. 20TH CENTURY BICYCLE LAMPS $2.50, Alder St. Bicycle Shop. Solar lamps. $3.00. WANTED —TO REPAIR THAT OLD wheel at the Alder Street Bicycle Shop. WANTED —100 SECOND-HAND Bi cycles at Alder Street Bicycle Shop. NOTICE. When wanting a load of hay call up Phone 1372. THE EVENING STATESMAN, WALLA WALLA, WASHINGTON. A7\r. MEYER FOUNDRY Casting and Architectural iron work Machine shop in connection. OLD FANNING MILL SITE WALLA WALLA \ Fine Watch Repairing j • Satisfaction Guaranteed. 4 • Falltonbcrs * • The Popular Priced Jewel 4 • Corner Main and 4th. « J. H. TIMMONS, TRANSFER All manner of freight, goods and musical instruments handled with care All orders promptly attended to. Fo» warding freight a specialty. Office, Mc- Kittrick's Shoe Store. Phone Main 265. Die Brucke Building vf- THE BRIDGE CLOTHING STORE— Alvin G. Baumei3ter, Prop Cloth ing, Hats, Shoes and Gents' Furnish ings. Agent for Ed V. Price & Co.. Fine Tailoring. WM. L. STIRLING —CARE OF Es tates. Fire Insurance and Surety Bunds and Conveyancing. Room 1 EUREKA SALOON LA FORTUNE & CO., Props. WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS 222 W. Main St. Phone Main 357 THE HORSESHOE PETER WERNER, Prop. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars Imported Lunches. 108 MAIN STREET. TheSOHWARZ JOHN KREMER, Prop. Walla Walla's Finest Resort Come and hear the Grand Orchestrian. 120-122 MAIN STREET. NOON LUNCH —at the— SENATE WM. RETZER, PROPRIETOR THE OFFICE Wlaes, Liquors and Cigars ALBERT NIEBERGALL, Prop. 114 MAIN ST. WALLA WALLA YOU WILL FIND k I BETZ BEER t i to be the pleading, satisfying 4 kind. It is good not only one ▲ T day but every day. It makes A t fr'.ends and keepi them because A Y it Is excellent in every respecL 4 X Why not give it a chance to ♦ ▲ make a filend of you? J Jacob Mi Br'g & Malting Co. ♦ • GUS SWANSON S • • Confectionery Store', • • is up-to-date in 1006. * I 103 E. Mean 'Phone 362 ? fßfev rTepare MR fuel am at H ■ car. ft. l mneas or public life, by mail. it> 111 1 YVik t: ,ORIC I N A L SCHOOL. m* f A fUk Founded In 1890. graduatea everywhere. ! - v law hecuia*. WmW *\k College Law Col. .--r aid Bainiea Law Liberal Term* ■ SpMUlOfttrNov. H|p|jU ■ Catalogue SpragueCoir»sponii«rv3( School of Law, 03 ataJaabe BMc.. Oetr>4t.a«VcaV Ransom Block Corner First and Alder Streets. Business Directory SECOND FLOOR. HOUGHTON & READING, REAL ES estate, Insurance, Money Loaned. Rooms 20'i)-201. Telephone Main 540 DR C. N. SUTTNER, ROOMS 212-213, 214. Telephone; Affice, Main 185; Residence, 186. I ' DR. J. F. BOYLE, ROOMS 212, 213, 214. Telephone: Office, Main 185; Residence, 1036. L W. INGRAM, M. D., ROOMS 204- 205. Telephone: Office, 572; Resi dence, 456. j THIRD FLOOR. W. B. CASSILL, DENTIST. ROOMS 310-311-312. Office, phone Main 4GI; Residence, Main 576. FOURTH FLOOR. WEATHER BUREAU, ROOMS 412- 413. F. Newman, observer. Tele phone Main 514. The Viavi system of treatment cures in natures own way. Will sure ly save you from the knife. Parlors 216-17 Ransom Building. Tel. 606. i HLL KINDS OF L.U7UYBBR OREGON LUMBER YARD JOHN W. M'CRITE, Mgr. 421 W. Main St. Phone Main 134 MODEL BAKERY LUNCH ROOM Best place in the City to get a LIGHT LUNCH MODEL BAKERY CHARLES RETZER. Manager 3 First Street Phone Main 38 Eggs, Eggs Hens lay them when fed on DR. BUFFUM'S HEN FEED It contains the material, the hen does the rest. Cheaper than wheat. 25 lbs. E9c. 95 to 100 Per Cent of the Chicks saved when fed or DR. BDFFDM'S GHIGK FEED It prevents bowel trouble, leg weak ness. Indigestion, etc., 20 lbs. 75c. For sale at groceries. Phone Main 1232 RELIEF FOR LADIES FRENCH TANSY WAFERS. Original and only genuine put up In yellow wrapper with Crown trade mark. For sale by leading druggists. L. L, TALLMAN Furnishes the wholesale trade. A New Tailoring Firm —Successors to— Mellin, The Tailor. We have bought the entire stock of Mr. Mellin's tailoring establishment and are conducting an up-to-date tail oring business. We do all kinds of cleaning and repairing in a prompt manner. Call up Phone 737 and we will call and deliver. Our motto is quality, not cheapness. SCHIFF.N'ER & GOTTWG Over 16 East Main " Subscribe for the Evening States man. LOCAL AND FOREIGN MARKETS NORTHWEST MARKET QUIET MILLS ARE PROVING LIGHT BUY ERS OWING TO SLUMP IN EX PORT FLOUR. Business still continues to feel the effects of the holidays, and there is not much doing in Northwest markets. The mills are very light buyers, due to the slump in export Hour demands and until Oriental purchases are re newel will not be a marked factor in the situation, says the West Coast Trade. Some business is passing on European account all the time, but there is not sufficient call to start an active buying movement, while prices are still ruling easier than a month ago, at 71072 c for club and 73c for bluest em. There is E=till a fair movement to tidewater largely comprising wheat al ready in the hands of the exporters. Receipts for the week aggregate 360 cars or 400,000 bushels. Light December Business. During December the total number of ears of wheat received at this port was ICT7, aggregating 199,047 bushels, as compared with 206.560 bushels for December a year ago, when the bulk of breadstuffs was being moved east. For the first four months of the crop year Tacoma wheat receipts were 8,726.366 bushels, against 3.221.920 to January 1, 1005. The total is nearly 2.- 000,000 In excess of the big crop year of 1902. when 6, 972,700 bushels had been inspected up to the end of the calendar year, though in thru season the movement was la'e, January being the largest month in the season. Ex ports are holding up well, shipments for the week amounting to 264,0"»2 bushels, while for the season to date 3,347,878 bushels have been exported from this port. European Visible. The total European visible supply is placed at 52.iiT2.000 bushels over 81,- 132.000 bushels of the previous week. An estimate of 77.000.000 bushels was issued for the Prussian crop, which is to compare with 83,000.000 bushels of last year, and total German require ments are placed at 72.000.000 bushels, of which the largest part is still to be secured. World's shipments were 11.- 347,000 bushels, against 12,453.000 ol the preceding week, and 8,189,000 bush els of last year. The year's gain was chiefly in outgo from this country and Danubian ports. Russian figures were estimated very much lower. WALLA WALLA MARKETS. WHOLESALE. Wheat —Bluestem, new, f. o. b., 64i/ic; club, new, f. o. b., 62^c. Vegetables and Fruits. Cabbage—Per cwt., $1.75. Potatoes —Per cwt., 60c to 65c. Onions —Per cwt., Yellow Danvers, $1.00. Turnips—Per cwt. 75c. Eeets —Per cwt. 75c. Carrots —Per cwt., 65c. Hubbard Squash—Per cwt., $1.50. Green Pepper—Per box, 75c. Celery—Per crate, $1.25. Garlic—Per lb. 7c. Sweet Potatoes —Per lb., 4c. Pumpkins—Per 100, $1.50. Cauliflower —Per doz., $1.20. Cooking Apples—Per box, 90c to $1 Eating Apples—Per box, $1.25. .. Dried Friut. Currants —Per lb., 15c. Raisins —Per lb., 10c to 15c . Citron—Per lb., 25c. Orange Peel—Per lb., 25c. Lemon Peel —Per lb., 25*\ Stock Feed. Bran—Per ton, $15.00. Shorts—Per ton ,$13.00. Middlings—Per ton, $22.00. Rolled Wheat—Per ton. $26.00. Whole Barley—Per ton, $18.00. Rolled Barley—Per ton, $21.00. Wood and Coal. Sawed Wood —Per cord, $6.50. 4-ft. Wood—Per cord, $5. Roslyn Coal—Per ton, $6.50. Rock Springs Coal —Per ton, $8. Forage. Alfalfa—Per ton, baled, $11.00. J c a Word FIRST INSERTION AND 1 q a Word for each satse -2 qaent insertion Wheat—Per ton, baled. $12.00. Timothy—Per ton, baled. $15.00. , Fruits and Nuts. Apples—Per box, $1.44 to $2.50. Pears—Per box, 75c to $1.00. Cocoanuts—Each ,10c. Walnuts—Per lb., 20c. Lemons—Per doz., 20 to 30c. Bananas —Per doz., 40c. Oranges—Per doz., 25c to 50c. Cranberries—Per qt, 20c. Almonds—Per lb., 20c. RETAIL . Flour —Per sack, $1.15 to $1.25. per bbl., $4.4*0 t 0 $4.80. Potatoes—Per cwt., 75c to 85c. Cabbage—Per cwt., $2.50. Ibmey—Per box, 15c. Onions —Per cwt., 86c to $1.00. Boiled Cider—Per qt., 25c. Carrots—Per lb., lc. Turnips—Per lb , lc. Beets—Per lb , lc. Parsnips—Per lb., l'ic. Hubbard Squash—Bach, 10c to 35c. Sweet Potatoes —Per lb., sc. Cauliflower —Per head, l'Oc. Egg Plant—Each, 10c. Fresh Meats. Sirloin Steak—Per lb., 12'£c. Porterhouse Steak —Per lb., 15c. Round Steak —Per lb., 12*£ c. Chuck Steak—Per lb., 10c. Prime Rib Roast—Per lb., 12 \^c. Dolling—Per lb., 6c Veal —Same as beef. Mutton—Per lb., 15c. Mutton Stew—Per lb., sc. Pork—Per lb, 10c to 15c. Lard—Per 5 lb., 65c; 10 lbs., $1.25. Pickled Pigs Feet—Per lb., 10c. Bacon —Per lb., 17c. Ham—Per lb., lfic. Hamburg Steak —Per lb., 10c. Sausage—Per lb., 12% c. Pickled Tripe—Per lb., 10c. Parsnips—Per cwt., 80c. Pickled Lamb Tongues—Per lb., 30c. Hides, Pe"ts, Wool. Buying prices are as follows: Hides—Calf, green, Sft; dry, steer and bull, same as calf. Pelts—Sheep, Shearlings, 60c. Full Wool Pelts—Per lb., 12V£c. Skins— Bear, $1 50 to $10.00; coyote, 60c to 75c; winter killed. Mink—Per lb., $1.00 to $2.00; coon. 25c to 50c. B< aver— Per lb., $1.50 to $2.50; muck rat, 5c to 8c; badgers, 10c to 50c. Wool—Per lb., 17c to 18c. Horse Hair —Per lb., 16c to 17c. Poultry and Produce. Putter —Creamery, "Golden Sheaf," per lb., 40c; country, per lb., 30c. Chickens —Fries, dressed, 20c. Geese—Per lb. dressed, 15c. Eggs—Per doz., 40c. Fish. Flounder—Per lib., 12% c. Sole—Per lb., 12»zC. Black Cod—Per lb., IS%& Salmon—Per lb., 15c Halibut—Per lb., 12% c. Black Bass—Per lb., 15c. Smelt—Per lb., 12y 2 c. Salmon Eggs—Per string, 15c. Trout—Per lb., 20c. Catfish—Per lb. 15c. Herring—Per lb., Black Bass —Per lb., 15c. Smelt—Per lb., 1214 c. Salmon Eggs—Per string, 15c. Trout—Per lb., 20c. Catfish—Per lb., 15c. Herring—Per lb., Perch—Per lb., 12 %c. Shad—Per lb., Olympia Oysters—Per qt., 70c. Eastern Oysters—Per qt., 70c. Eastern Oysters—%-qut, 55c. Clams—Per qt., 25c. Clams —Three lb., 25c. Crabs —Each, 25c. Codfish—2 lb., 25c. Smoked Salmon—Per lb., 20c. Smoked Halibut—Per lb., 20c. Smoked Herring—Each sc. Live Stock. Buying prices quoted as follows: Steere — 2V2 to 2%c; cows, 2c; veal 100 to 150 lbs., f%e; prime wethers, 3%c; prime ewes, 2%c; iambs, per lb., 314 c; hogs, 5 1 /& c. Forage. Haulers are receiving the following prices for loose forage: Straw—Per load, $3 50 to $4.00. Alfalfa—Per ton, $7.50 to $9.00. Timothy—Per ton, $12 to $13.53. Wheat—Per ton, $9 to $10.50. PAGE SEVEN