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- jjfh (JHtV- ffffWVk THE MARKETS SAN FKANGISOO MAftKKTfl. (United 1'reM Imk! Wire.) Ban Francisco, Sept. 18. Wlicat, No. 1 California- club, per cental 11.67 4 1.70; California whlto milling, $1.751.80; northern, blucBtem, 1.72 16 1.77 16; northern elub, 1.07 W; inforlor grades of wheat 11.50(3)1.00; red 1.70. Bnrlcy Feed barloy, $1.30 (ft1 1.35; common to fair. $1,25 0)1.30; Till SwM w Mm Flftwir? Akjael I sw huge nad loathsome sty, 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in i ii "i iiiHi ii ii 1 1 n i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 i in 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i m-h rela a drove ef wallewiue- awhw were barred, Whose banquet shocked Um nostril and Tltea toe ere; a spoke a of lardl1 roles, "Befe4d the course I fled, and saw a field that seemed at first One gmtemag sum of roes'pure aaa wliitc With dewy bttda 'raid dark green foliage nursed: And. aa I lltifrered o'er the lovely sight, $1.05 (ft The summer breese, that cooled that Southern scene, Whispered, " Itekeld the source of COTTOLKNKI" ' brewiHg at Saa FraHcIsco nominal at 11.46 l.f6; Gheraller, $1.50(9 1.66, aecerdiag-te quality, Egs -Per doses, Calif ora la fresh, including cae, extra, 40c; bruit, 22 HP seconds, 28; Eaotern select ed 2Zc Ratern Irata 25 c; Eastern teeeads, 23c; thirds, 21c; storage, 2c. , Batter Per pound, California fresh, extras, 29c; firsts, 26c; sec- enU, 22c; thirds, 20c; Eastern ox tfaa, 23c; packing No, 1, 21c; No. 2, le, '" New cheeee Per pound, Callfor ja firsts, fancy 11 Vie;, firsts, lfiV4.c; Mconda, 9 Me; California Young AJaerletij faay 12 Vic; fir9ta, 12c; aetata .Orea, fancy, 13c; do, Yesng Aaei'lea, fanny, 14 Vic'. Potato Pet1 cental, River whites (sacks) fancy, 7.5&90o; poor 60 70c; Salinas BiurbankB, $1.5d 165; Early Iloae, 75 85c; sweet potatoes to tho trade, sacks, $1.S0; crates, $1,05 1.75. Oplons Per sack, Yellow, 60 5 5 c. Oranges Per box, Valeaclas, $2.O03,5O. VropomU for Supplier. PORTLAND MARKNTS t Portland, Or., Bopt. 18. IViittor, extra croamnry, 3031Vic; fancy. 27 Vic; store, 18c. nuttor fat-Dollvoroy f.o.b. Port land, hwoot crenm, 28Vi30c; sour 20 02716 nor lb. Eggs Local, boHt, 27 29c; or dinary, 20; largo lots lo lens; East orn, 36u; local storage, 24 25c, Gheoao Full crenm flnt, triplets and dairy, 14 Vi; Youiig Americas, lBVi&lOc. Poultry Mixed chickens, 1 1 11 Via; fancy hens, 12 12 Vic; roost era, old, lOo; fryors, 14 15c;' broil ers, 1415c; gooso, spring, l'lc; tur keys, live, 17c; spring ducks, H18c 15c por lb,; pigeons, $1,25 doz.; drossod poultry, llVio por lb hlghor. Hops 1008 crop, 08o por lb. Wlient Huylng prlco, now crop, Portland club, 8900o; bltiostem, 93 04c; forty Told, 00Dlc; rod, 87 88c; Wllllamottu vnlloy, 02c. Mill stuff Selling prlco, bran $20.50; middlings, $32.00; Bhorts, $30(0 31; chop, $21 20 por ton. Flour Soiling prlco, Enstorn Oro gou patonlM, $1.70; HtrnlghtH, $3.05 4 55; exports, $3.503.70; vnl loy. $4.45; grnhiim, ono-fourtlH, $4 40; whole wheat, $1.05; rye, 5, $5-50; hales, $3. Fresh fruit OrniiKa, $3.50 4.50 bnunuus, 6Vio por pound, crutud lemons, $4.505.5Q box; grap fruit, $4 4.60; plneapplos, Ha waiian, $3 3.64 dozen; cantaloupes 11 1.75; blackberries, $1; poncho. 60CGo; poarfl, 26 75a. QrupiM - 75o$1.25; watermel ons, $11.50 cwt.; ensabas, $2 2.25 dos. Halom, Oregon, Scptomber 14 1908. ThVfc of Trustees of thV State Institution for Feebl-Mlnded hereby .Invites' sealed proposals for' furnishing the following supplies for tho Institutien: 125 tubular iron bedsteadR, wire mattress attached, single; 125 In stitution, hair mattresses, light weight, for Rlngle beds; 200 pairs grey blankets, 60x80, weight 4Vi lbs. (submit samplo).; 50 pairs grey wool blankets, 72x84, wolght 6tbs. (subiHIt' sample); 1000 yaVds 6-4 pequot aheetlng, half, bleached; 2,50 yards 9-4 pequot shoetlng, bleached; 500 yards 42 Inch' pdtjuot tubing, half bleached; 100 yards 45 Inch po quot tubing, bloached; 150 yards half linen tablo damask, 64 In. wide, (stibrijlt'sampld); 60 yards all linen tibio damaW; 72-Inch wldo (submit samplo); 8 dot, all linen tablo da- ALL OREGON m Is Cordially Invited t . . i.... t . ..'- . .k ! . fill To boo tho best and largest exhibit or vehicles ana rarm machinery ana impieraonta' ever showh . ii. fi 4 E luJ TVU jJJ ftQT fairy Tho cxhib'lt is aimed to Inctildd everything needed on the modern and -up-to-Wb farm. Ybu- m flni Ibis superb "exhibit in tho machinory building to tho left, close to tho main entrance gate, at the Market. HAI.YlM MA ml Iach1 WlOltMl0 Kggs 26c ,,1 Huttcr-Ojeamery, 32Vio. Cowa $3 10. Hem 19c young chlckont 12c. Local wheat 86c. Oats 40o. Barley $23.60. Flour- Hard 'wheat, $6j, valloy, $4.25. , Hay Choat, $f; clover', $9 por ton; timothy, $116)12, Onions IVSJ-cwt. Hops 1 90T' crtfpr? 0c Caocarn Dark 2 ty 3c Mahatr xu. YM Market. Wheat$1.05. Ki-t-30c. Sutter Couutry, 30c; creamery, 3C Flour Valley, $1,25 per sack; hard wheat, $1.40 1,45. Hran 90o por Mcka $30 pef ton; Urts, $1.30 per tack, IJvmttQi'V, fi- lie, tock hoga $4.60, tr 3V4c Veal 5 Cf 7c Trap?! l'rwlta, UanD $6.50. Oranges $4-00. , ." Ltno9 $5 6. JPoMHry Hon, 15c; ducks, 15 C Hi; pigeons, old f I per iIomu. M)luUff-rOkHt $2f. Flour-Valley, $1 20 per sack; Hard wheat, $1 45. Biask. 72-Inch wlde$ 1 : : 80f 'flHRbLT. mask' napkins, 20x20 Inches (submit samplo); 3 doz. alt llnon damask napkins, 24x24 Inchos (submit sam ple) ; 300 yards half llnon check toweling, 17 Inchos wldo (submit sample); 300 ynrda half llnon crash toweling, 17 Inches wldo ( submit Batnplo); 200 yards llnon crash toweling, 17 Inches wide (submit uitnuln): 12 dozen crenm Turk ish Iwitli inwol . 10x30 mhinlt. inmplot; 4 dozen blonched Turk ish bath towels, 10x40, ( submit namplo); 4 doz. llnon dnninnk tow els, blonchod, 21x50, (sumblt sam plo); 10 doz. cotton buck towoln, 20x38 (submit samplo); 50 yards blenched tnuHlin, light wolght, 30 in wldo, (Muhmlt samplo); 100 yds. un burn chod muslin Indlnn bond, (sub mit Hnmpla); 150 Institution hoi Bpronds, 58x87, (submit samplo); 60 MarHolllo-' bed sprends, 80x9ft, (unbuilt Rnmplo); 125 fontlior pil lows, 18x20, wolght 3Vilbs. feather proof ticking; 21 feather pillows, 21 x20, wolght 5 IbB., feather proof ticking; 12 doz. rawhldo bottom cltnlro; Onwogo opaque shndos, moninicd on vigilant rollers, with brnHH pulls and brnekots, romploto (monsuromonlH betwoon brnekots) viz: 10 doz. 54 In.xOO In.; doz. 54 ln.x78 In.- doz. 54 In.xOO In ; 1-0 doz. 50 in.x42 in.; doz. 48 in. xOO In.: 1 1-3 doz. 48 In.xl8 In.; 3 doz. 18 In.x42 In.; 1-3 lp. 42 lux 30 In.: 1-12 doK. 10 In.xOO In.: 1-3 doz. 40 In.x78 in.; 1-0 doz. 38 in. x 00 In.; 1-12 doz. 30 Iux70 In.; Vi doz. 34 In. x 54 In. Cutlury; 1847 Hogor Dros., satin finlHh 12 D W T, vlx: 4 doz knlvo 4 doz forks; 8 doz lonpooust 4 doz. desert iipoons; 3 doz, table spoons; Vidoz. sugar spoons; Vidoz. butter knives. 12 doz. solid white metal knlvoj; 12 doz. solid whlto metal forks, 24 doz, solid whlto inolnl teaspoons; VS doiu'volld white metal desert spoons; in dot, solid white motul tnblespoons. .Lists of groceries and mill feed will bo furnished by tho clork, upoa application. All goods must bo In strict accord ttnctlVlth munplo submlttod, and de llvered, f. o. b. at tho Htnte Instl utbn for Feoble-Mlnded on do uvand after October 16, 1908 Koh ld- mdalMio accompanied by cortl- J led chck equal to 10 per cent of fhq ,aHofmt of tho Jb!d. Checks of M.wcciVSdfuI bidders will bo re ffH'Immodlatoly, and thoso of accepted bidders when tho contract Is completed. Illds nvust bo onclod In oalod ouvulopea and directed to tho Clork of the Board, plainly mnvkod, "nd for upplle Jqr Btato Institution for Foobio-Mlnded" and the clas,s M goods bid on Bh6uld also bo Inscribed on tbn vnyelopa, Prlco. fitncuis. ,aiul quality being equal, proforonco will be given to ar ticle manufactured, grown or pro duced In this state. When a partic ular article U specifically culled for, bids on other kind, manuracturu or brand equally good will bv outer talned, but to liuure rcognlttou of such bids, samples of the artlclea It Is proposed to supply must accom pany them. Tho board roaorvu tho right to roject and or all bids, or to accept or roject uy part of n bid. nidi will bo opened at tho Capitol at Salem, at 10 a. in., Teday, October C, 1908. Hy order of the Board of Trus tea of tho State Institution for Feeble-Mlnded 8. A. Jt'oaer, ept, lS-34-3SOcl 3 Clerk, T I 2SSlnnh s ,jh iH FB irmn S ill Sidtc Fair You will sco thoro somo of tho latest and beat things some of them not before shown at any fair, t0b will seo thero a potato digger that cleans and Backs the potatoes. Your attontlon Is called to tho bis tar .. . .. ,. ... ftf.. -. .. '''.. v.. . 8 ' taier, to-tne gasoline engino awpiny, to ino.wagon-aispiay.-.anawino aiBpiayoi'venicies. But you.anst to appreciate. To particularize would be InvidlonS'atlperfluIty. m From the Salem: Branch This superb display was made up at the Salem branch, with tho exception of two carloads of tho htT ler nrtlclos. Wo tako pride In Inviting every Orogon farmer to see and oxamlno this flno display, it win bear Inspection, as a whole, and ns to each individual part. Mitchell, Lewis Staver Co, F. F. Gary, Mgr. Salem Branch, 211 -237 State St & I H I H H H H I I I 1 I I I I I I H I I I I I I I I I I I i I I I H I M I I I I I I II I m I I I I I I (H-M-4 THE LITTLE PROSPECTOU" A PLAY FOU THE TIMES Pacific National Fair nnd Livestock Show, Poitlnnd, Ore., Sept. 21-20. For tho nbovo occasion tho South ern Pnclflc Company will soil round trip tickets. One and one-third fare round trip. Snlo datea: Soptombbr 21, 22, 23. Flnnl limit Scptombot 27, WM M'MURRAY, Qonoral Passongor Agont. 11 I I I I 3 II I H 1-4-f-rfrHl 4r Grand Opera House J JOHN F. COHDHAY, Mgr. A play of gonulno sonil-lnsplrlng IntoroHt, ono which nppoals In the-' moit forcible and Impresstvo man ner to tho subtlo pnsslons nnd In stlnrtK of the human hoart and nt the tvimo time abounds In all tho piquant nnd nllurlug olomonta of wild romance and dramntlo fasclnn tloti, with a strong mmsonlng of wit and humor, Is ono for which a fn tldlous and oxnctlng public has boep long and loudly clamoring. Theat rical mannKors and playwrights have been sedulously laboring to supply thin demand, which htthorto, has ef fectually escaped their most strenu ous and detormluod efforts. IVut pa tlonco and persovoranco aro potont mnglclnnB, and accomplish wondon Tho vexed problem bus at last been satisfactorily solved, and In "Tho Llttlo Prospector," which that brll llan little actress, "Ohio" Perkins tonderg as this season's offering to hor friends nnd admirers, a play has been found which fully meets all tho requirements of tho case This little dramatic gem, will bo suporbly mounted with a rich sotting of elab orate and appropriato sconlc nnd mechanical cKocts. Tho supportlng9 ra prlce? 5C 35p, 25q rT FfTTT ITT TFrf J I A delightful fnrco comedy. Monday, September 21 FRANK G. KING Presonta tho Magnetic Llttlo Actress "Chic" Perkins In tlio Nowost Wostorn Play "The Little Prospector" A Typical Story of Mining Life In the Far West. AN ATWUtAWA' HALANOKl) COM- . PANY. OHIOINAL 8CKNIC KFFF.OTS. NfAONIFICKNTLY STAGKI). Seat's On snlo at box office Mondnv, C II. D'ARCY. Owner "YE K. L. BERNARD. Lessee and Manager LIBERT Y" 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. company will bo of unusual artistic airengm and nuuuy Tho play, thi star and company wilt be Men at the Grand on next Monday night, n Kodol 'will, without doubt, make voiMrtamack Wroa'g aacUwIll almost Instantly rolovo you of ail the symp tonn 'of Indigestion. Got a -bottle o Jl to day. It Is sold hero by all lliigglsts? Do not try to make scalo money atto working-hours at the shop by working oho w hor. it Is better for you that your leuro time be spent In profitable recreation. Get the fresh air. Hubbard. . PROGRAMME CHHONOPHONXJ. Mlrollo Sketch from Grand Opm By Miss Florence McCoy nnd Honry Watora. Aulmnted PIcturos , Foromnn's Hatred Vaudovlllo ..:... , , Now Songs and Jokn By Mr. Harry Holmes. Vaudeville, Songs nnd Dances . . . . MI93 Hfldle' CIHtONOPHONE. Illustrated Song "Tho. Moon Won't Tell on Yo" By Miss Francos Gray. C. Animated PIcturos. Mean Mia 4. 8. t 10. 11. 12. ClinOXOPHONE. Animated plcbures "Lively Carnlr Llttle Nell, Staged from CLarJes Dickens in his masterpiece, '0M Curiosity Shop." Animated Plcturej "Sauaage Tbie" CimONOPHONE. "Angolino" , By George Harrli Accompanied by Misses May and Fannie Charters. Animated Pictures "Frenzied Artist Vaudeville Mr. Herbert Carlyle, In 'The Silly Kid" m Entire cbanse of orosiram evorr ....' . . ' .....r.r.,V fSlL y- . t.s . . .. Monaay ana Tnursaay. Awatioan.' - urann upera nouse tiiiiinMIHHni,unuy,,iilt),IMtjjjjw PfHHHSSSatailMUMSBHH DeWttfs CErbollzed Witch Haxol salvo is the host thing to use piles. Sold by all druggists. J. F. CORbitAY, MMger. ALLTinS WKKK GHOHOIA HARPER AND COMPANY In a repertoire of ood plays. Prices 506', 35c aad 25c. Seats now selling TONIGHT "SAPHO." A Delightful farce comedy. tor O oo OOOOOOOO MIS nRATRICR SHKLTOX CASTOR I A -'lr Iakats a4 CkiUr. Til KW Yw KiYt Always hU -Zsi o 0 o r We Launder Lads'; Shirt Vai?ts iwd W Skirts' Jit Riskt We garat to. AH of our shlrtwalits srs art fully wakd with a special aeutral soap, lUrcbW where they should be starched and Ironel by ex?" who hare fcaade 'shirtwaist Iroalng a special sumt. t Wa ,ir$ pleasing the- raoatr careful dressers In the city "" . shirtwaist work aud are sure we can please you. May we trial, SAXEM IXAUNDRY COMPANY Tel. 25 13-la 8. "Wl - Bar4 to Teacher of Plaao, Organ and O O Eaaeable ,Clase, until Octo- O O ber 1, In Chicago taking ad- O O vanced studies. o O 0 O FtnK Natleiul Bk Bldff Stuk O O o O Ridwc Studte: Sl Marfoa O O 8trH PttMe 1S9. O OOOOOOOOOOOO WKADY TAILOMCDCLbTHCS FOR WELL, DRESSED MEM. , w - r . 0) ATfm& i I J) is V w c urn 9 PRICE 2D TO oaNGC m I