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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL', PORTLAND SUNDAY MORNING, JULY - 3. 1804.
ANNUAL REPORT ON
- GORVALLIS WORK
Recommendations . Hade' That .More Money Be
Given Oregon Experimental StationWork
-VT Is Declared to Be Satisfactory.; ,
(WasSlngtoa Barea of The Journal)
.'" . Washington, IX C July. .The an
. Dual report of th of fie of experiment
Button .has been mad publlo and
conoornlng the agricultural experiment
I station a Corvallls, Or, say:'
"There have been few change la the
.- work of the "Oregon station uiirlng the
pat yaarJ In the' department of -agri
culture, problems of rotation and the
' growing of forage plants have continued
"'' to occupy the. landing position. Alfalfa
, hag been grown with; marked sucoess In
'the weatera part of the state, yielding
.as high aa 18 tone of green forage per
. acre. The Investigations With steamed
': silage did not show such, good results
.''. with clover and vetch as. with corn,
, "In the feeding experiments exoelltfnt
reault were obtained from soiling dairy
cows, and also from feeding skim mllki
with wheat for fattening swine. In
dalrylngjhs effects of feeding varying
amounts of alia upon the yield of
:lnnUk, butter fat. and body weight were
, tested, also the efficiency of hand sep
r arators tinder farm conditions.
The chemtfis.1 department continued
. its studies of steamed silage, soils, bop
and fruit drying, and fertilisers, and
has begun studies on protein In vetch
hay and the use, of lime in the straw
neap a inieimi Bunupmiuuiu
. "The entomologist Is studying dls-
cases and Insects affecting .fruits and
.grains, and the effect of free aroenlous
old In pans green-on foltag..
"The horticulturist bas devoted on
' slderable attention to the-' dates - of
blooming and ripening of apples ' and
pears. His work with onions - shows
marked results In favor of - starting the
' laeed .la boxes for transplanting.
Bacteriologist's Work. .
'The bacteriologist has closed a
series of experiments testing the value
of different' methods of treatlnr grain
for the prevention of smut Copper sul
phate, formaldehyde, hot water, and hot.
dry air were tested with results show'
. lng th grestest efficiency In destroying
spored and the least Injury to th ger
minating Qualities of the seed, in the
use of hot dry -air. He bas also ob
tained encouraging- results In curing
" cheese in sealed cans -With the aid of
"Th fresh curd containing pur eul
. ture Is placed In tin cans pressed over
night In a cheesepress, and th covers
BARK LITERALLY ALIVE
(Special Dtepatck by Lease Wire to The Journal)
FtiUadelphi, " Pa., , . Jaly J Th
Italian bark Anita, Menettie was In port
with a cargo of bones from, peunoa
Ay'res. - When th batches were opened.
myriads of centipedes and tarantulas
..were found In th cargo, and th erew
after a hard 'battl was .routed. The
: hatches wars battened ' down and sifl
phur was burned in the bold. It was
thought then that all th venomous In
sects bad been killed.
A letter to Captain I Rubelli, agent
of the bark, from Captain Ferrera of
the vessel, tells ,of another - terrlfflo
battle with the pests while at sea. as a
result of which th majority of th
crew are In th hospital at Bt Johns,
New Brunswick, with blood poisoning.
When th Delaware breakwater was
of hundred miles I
the captain says, th tarantulas and
centipedes swarmed out of . th decks.
Tney covered the masts and drove th
halmsman from, th wheel. Th crew
' - .
Tomorrow is the
- 4tll Gf
We are closed all day in com
memoration of the independ
ence of our beloved country.
we will be glad to
serve you with
The kind that are re
liable in every detail,
which will be a source
of contentment as
well as pleasure to
ground on the
perfect results to ymir
.- Third and Washington
' Manufacturing; JewcWrs -
' Diamond importer ,
- Headquarter for .
then soldered on. Th ripening process
Is said to result In a cheese of superior
and quit uniform flavor, and of a mora
friable and waxy texture than ordinary
cheese; without rind or danger of mold.
Co-operated With Tanners.
"The station has co-operated 'In the
last year with. about 100 farmers In
different parts -of th state In expert
ments with cereals and forage plant!
with this office In Irrigation Investiga
tions; with the bureau of plant Industry
In studying the Influence' of - origin of
red clover seed on yield. of crop; with
th bureau of chemistry- In" . studying
available plankvfood In soils, and with
th -bureau of entomology In studying
the San Jos scale and th Aslatlo lady'
. "Th work at Horo, In eastern Oregon,
will soon be suspended. Th station at
Union, which. Is supported .by a biennial
appropriation of 110,000 from the state.
baa continued to devote its work, main
lr to . Investigations . with grasses and
forage plants. This station Is co-oper
ating with the bureau of chemistry of
this department In sugar beet investlga
Hons, . . . ,
Want M or rands. .
"Th operations of th Oregon station
are considerably cramped for lack of
sufficient funds. An arranreme
been made recently by which som
lief Is - brought about through a
adjustment of salaries, but there Is
still need of additional funds for work in
animal husbandry. Th station la. becoming-
Increasingly popular throughout
the state and Is producing' marked ef
fects on agricultural practice.
-"Th principal line of work ', con
ducted at th Oregon station during
thapaai year were as fnlln
try, analytical work. Investigations with
silage, fertilisers for prune rees, 11m
In straw heaps, plant food In soils,' ex
periments In drying hops andV evaporat
ing prunes and apples, soils; field crops
rotations, .variety tests of cereals,
grasses and other forage crop, fer
tiliser tests, horticulture, diseases of
plants, digestion and feeding experi
ments with dairy cows and swine, in
cluding soil experiments with both, en
tomology and dairying. Th Income of
th station during th past fiscal year
was as follows: United States appro
priation, $15.000; -farm products,' In
cluding balance from previous year,
il.4i.t4; total, ilf.44B.i4.- ...
killed hundreds, but still th bugs
crowied up from th bold. -
"Th fight' was so unequal." write
Captain Ferrera, "that 'I ordered all sail
olapped on. With the masts and canvas
covered by the centipedes ft . was ' very
dangerous work. The whol crew 'was
Ta a lernme condition. At - last -sr
feacbed St. John." .
.", HAVE VANISHED
(Bpeclal Dispatch by Leased Wire to The Journal)
San Francisco, July . I. Both - the
Southern Pacific and Walls Fargo and
eompany detectives admit that they
have lost th trail -Of th Copley train
robbers. They hav no definite knowl
edge of the movement of th accused
men, George date and BL V. . Gates,
two young men of Alameda,- and James
Amett, a young man of Siskiyou coun
ty, sine last March 10,' th day before
The detectives have not th least Idea
where th men are. They ar watching
very Paclflo coast port, but vn at
that they ar not sure the men hav not
got i away on soma vessel.
The Southern Paclflo peopl hav lust
nnisnea sending out JO.eoo circular let
ters. Each on contains a photograph
of-tha two .Gates boys and a detailed
description of each of th three bus
neeted men. Th oomninv uta nt
abl to get a plctur of Arnett.'.--- --'-
Bom of th circular letters art
printed, in 'Spanish for distribution In
Bout hero-California, Arlsona and New
Mexico. Every postmaster and officer
of the law In .every town and village in
all of th Paclflo coast states has been
sent one of th circular.
By this means th railroad Deonle are
hoping In the near futur to gat som
word -about th whereabouts of th sus
pected men. None of th detectives is
in th field-: In pursuit of th thre
: AND GIRL'S PICTURE
(Special Dispatch by Leased Wire to The Journal) I
ncno, nev.juiy i. in making teats of
soil near Fallon today, government sur
veyors unearthed two skeletons. Close
beirid thy-als0 "discovered two bow
and arrows In a fair stat of preaerva-
uon. together with a tin type of a fair
nairea white girl about 1 years of age.
i no piace is in ait or a massacre
among th Piute and Bhoshon Indians
that took place in 1857 In which 1,000
onosnones ana sou flutes were killed,
Tomorrow Leslie SmsIlL of th "Fsllnn
Standard'1 and Ralph Fortune, a hotel
man. leav for the scene with a plow to
unearth if possible further evidence of
the masaacr. -Old timers stat that th
dead nodle were never burled, but in
th half century or tnor that haa
lapsed most of them hav been covered
by to sands o.f th desert. ,
PENDLETON MAN HAS
'-; . i ' '
ftpeiat IHspateh t The Joorn.l 1
i Pendleton, -July 1. Infuriated - b
causa-of a fine of tl Imposed for as
saulting Dennis Tralnor In a saloon
today, John Crontn cursed Pollc'eJudge
FlirsM,was AnV for- otmpt "and
mad a trough house" 'or th courtroom.
11 triad to again, assault Tralnor, - -After
a hard struggle. City Marshal
Carney and a dnsen eltlsens subdued th
prisoner, who I a big, powerful man,
and lodged him In Jail.
tiwuion sraw ubbabt. '
(Special Dispatch te Tbe Journal.). ' "
Lewlnton, Idaho. July t.-Th new
Carnegie library, was turned Over to th
Ity today. Its main architectural
features ar a cathedral glass dome,
weathered oak Interior and colonial-exterior.
It -wilt hold 10,000 book
LONDON GIVES HIS
, UNGENSORED VIEWS
apariese Are Strict in Keeping All Newis
of Reverses to Mikado, s Troops From Being.
Sent Out-TeIegrams Sidetracld. .
Copyright, Hearst' New Service, by Leased
,- Wlre-te Tbe JoarsaL)
. (Jack IVoadoa.) ,
San Francisco, July t. Jack London,
who has added to his literary fame new..
laurel gained ar special commissioner
of th Journal to th war In th orient,
returned on th Korea. ,H dictated th
"When I landed at Yokohama I soon
found that there war two ways of play
lng th game either to alt down In
Toklo as th Japanese wanted m to
and sat many dinners,: or to go out on
my own resources. I started out with
th first brlgad of th first army Into
northern Korea and stayed with them
about two months, seeing what I eould
se and taking pictures, as they didn't
seem to have orders concerning me, and
let me follow along.. W got- up Into
northern Kore before I was ordered
back to Seoul. - - '
1' Waited Aiound.
r w waited around for awhn
till som of us correspondents wer as
sighed to go to th Jcont. Fourteen of
u wer picked, to go. -1 was on of
ths lucky fourteen that was graciously
allowed to travel with th army. But
this time It was different. It was Ilk
a party of cook's tourists with supervl
lng officers as guests. We saw what we
to , and in cnier
duty of th officers -looking af tar us
was to keep us from seeing anything.
'W did see part of th battl of th
Talu from - th outer- walls - of - Wlju,
wher w had been led by th supervis
ing of floor.' We saw the opening of
part of th battl. Th fight raged on
and up to Ilamatan. a -mll running
fight, wher th-final deaperats stand
On' Japanese company was oom-
pVaUly annlhUatad. All this tlra
war not permitted, to follow th right
or to get any of th detail, but were
ordered back to "our camp which lay
behind the third range of hills- from the
Talu. The details of this tight were
not given-us until May t.-Th fight took
plac May and these details w war
not permitted to send by the local
From then on the Japanese treatment
Of the correspondents with th first
army grew stricter and stricter. We
crossed th Talu and went to Feng
Wang Cheng. There w settled down
and had a beautiful Ideal California
camping trip. W lived m a grov be
side a temple, wher each of u had a
magntneent little1 camp. - There
nothing to do. -W spent a coupl of
Tightened ths cw.
Every.' day- w want In. swimming,
played bridge, got up gamea and pro
tested - gaily against . thoa who eon
trolled our destinies to be. alio wed to
se something.. They In turn tightened
th screws on us, so that our freedom
of movement was limited to a circle
drawn about- th city of Feng Wang
Cheng, th radius of .which was a mil
and a half. In thss w stuck. And
there w stuck. W got up a Joint tele
gram, signed by every man at th
front, and to be cabled to their respec
tive papers In France, England and th
United States, explaining th utter fu
tility, of th situation, ' and that fur
ther stay In ths field was' a useless ex
pense . ' Sidetracked Telegram.
but the Japanese by U.eir usual
Aslatlo Indirection, which Involved the
subtlest dialectics and discussion of
things metaphysical, and concerning all
tnings unner ins sun except in point
at Issue, sidetracked th telegram. Then
they mad promises ' of .- giving us
greater freedom of movement. which
they iuu not fulfill. I, for on, In dis
gust started back. . ' ,
There was nothing to see, nothing to
writ about, sav th woes -of corres
pondents, swimming pool and peaceful
tempi scenes. . - - .
.. v . . Prooc4oms Child.
Th Japanese resembles a precocious
fhlld who talks philosophy one moment
and th next moment Is making mud
pies. On moment h Is acting wttb th
wisdom of th wast and th next mo
ment with th childishness of tbe east
For Instance, they resolved at Wlju, be
fore th orosslng of th Talu, that th
correspondents could not date their tele
gram from Wlju. for th reason that
th Russian v reading thes ' dispatcher
In th English and American Journal,
would conclude that the correspondents
would be with th htadquarters of th
SACK FROM CUBA
cxABoa or . Txa oobbvoopxa
Bcaras,' bztubbs akzi
CTTT TBXaTXS XSLAaTB IB BIOX
zst oa aLoaa or rrs sxaa.
-(SpecUl Dispatch to The Journal.)
Baker City, Or.i July 1 Allen Case,
a mining engineer who something over
a year ago was in charge of th Cor
nucopia mine,, has just- returned from
Bantlago de Cuba
-It Is, a great country .and I believe
the richest on tn giot for it acreage,
be said, referring to Cuba. "I went
down ther to look after som mining
matters but became more or lea famll
lar with th politics and general bust
ness of th country, flier is on thing
you ran say that Cuba ' Is certainly
ioinupp&fl!ngendlhat while It gov
ernment Is not altogether In as good
shape as It might bs President Pal ma
1 strictly keeping, within-the lines of
th treaty with th United State. ' Th
native Cubans do not Ilk us a little bit,
still they sre doing' business, and keep
ing to th line- -mid down. -- ' -
It I most remarkable that In four
years ther has not been a yellow fever
case on th island. This is owing to
th .magnificent Work don In a aanl-taTy-way"by-0ovTnoTJ(iiierar
"Havana and Bantlago. the two prin
cipal cities of the Island, hav In less
than four years been put in a perfectly
aanltArv condition. - Kverv street In
both cities has ;been paved and paved
well. Water -systems hav been Intro
duced, sewer systems- opened, -with th
result that there la no cleaner or hand
somer city on th glob today -than Ha
"General business throughout th
inland Is In excellent shapa, You would
first, army, and that th headquarters ot
th first army wr at Wlju.
But th correspondents constantly,
vaded this restriction by stating In the
body Of. thttegram, that they wer at
Wlju. Th Japan did not wish, th
Russians to- learn that they wer
tempting to build bridge across . th
Talu.' If th Ruaalan did not read It
In th newspapers they would nvr
dream that the Japanea dreamed of
orosslng In that manner. - On corre
spondent evaded this. restrlctloivlnthls
way. . -t ,.-'
. "Th Japanese ar at work with th
timbers in the-river. I am not per
mitted , to say what they are working
upon. I canassur you, however, that
they ar not digging a well. " '
Cavalry Was Superior. ,'
At Feng Wang Cheng th Japanese
told us in their official Information that
at the beginning of-the war they had
thought their cavalry greatly Inferior
to the Russian cavalry, but 'that they
had since learned, in numerous patrol
affairs, that their 'cavalry was superior
to the Russian tavalry and that they
wer compelled constant to restrain
their men. On top of this, for several
days they told' us officially of many
patrol contacta In which there had been
no casualties: OTlgoTTcsBSfllehTrTrShi
aeartn or- news compelled to telegraph
something, Innocently composed a wlr
which contained the; f pllowtng: . - '
"In numerous recent meetings of pa
trols discretion has been . observed on
both ides." . . . '
v Bed With Wrath, j
When this was Interpreted to Colonel
Haglnaw his. fac want red with wrath
and he pounded th offending telearram
wtth hls Tlfrt and dashed Out wlth lt to
th staff. Returning somewhat calmed.
h said that the. telegram could not be
sent because It rail cted upon th valor
of th Japa.nek.L Xo add to the corre
spondents woe, on his return to csmp hs
was nearly man-handled by his brethren
because h had not rvlsd th telegram
to reaa:. ..;-..
"In numerous recent meetings of pa
trols discretion has been observed, by th
ttussians, indiscretion by the Japanese.".
. When I left Yokohama homeward
bound, all th other correspondents, pa
tiently playing th gam according to
Japan etiquette, were still publloly
dining and privily blaspheming tn To
klo. Th armies to which they wer as
signed had been for weeks at the front
end several had fought many bloody
battles.,.- - z . ... pU. ,
Pledging Xer tTustoms.'
Granting that no revolution arises In
Russia, and there is no interference of
outside powers, I cannot se how Japan
can possibly win. Not heroics on th
battlefield, but economics at hbma.
termines th outcome of modern wars.
Japan,- with all th
prestige of their
splendid land and naval victories, has
floated' a loan pledging her customs at
per cent What per cent will be de
manded by th investor who takes a
second mortgage on 'her customs T And
wnst per cenc win d demanded tn case
of a protracted war, or in th event of
disaster to her- arms! This loan has
been a colossol bludar on th part of
her statesmen and Its retiisvement a
mora difficult undertaking than that
of th capture of Port Arthur.
ooiran unorf1 saros.
Thomas Bold Just Xetornsd'Says Jap-
- aas OessorsMp Zs Strlet. - '
(fipedai Pll patch hylaaaed Wire to The
Ban Francisco. July I. Thomas U.
Re Id. for It years past, part proprietor
and editor of the China Mall at Hong
kong, la at th Palaca, n rout to Scot
land on a visit
Jack London's strictures of th Jap
anese war authorities for their treat
ment of correspondent ar perfectly
correct and timely," said Mr. Reld. "If
they don't want th correspondents- with
th array at th front, they should
candidly say so. That would nd th
matter. Th troubl Is they hav been
two-faced about th proposition. Th
Japanese . do not . Intend to hav th
newspaper man on th firing Una or any
where near It That haa been their In
tention from th very first and I have
reasons for making that statement
'On th other .hand, they bay lad
th correspondents to bellev they
would get to the front Day - by day
they hav encouraged them In that be
lief when that was the Idea farthest
from th Japanes mind. It Is this
dilly-dallying and methods of subter
fuge that oalls for criticism." .
be surprised to learn that th cost of
operation of sugar ranches Is compara
tively small. On planting of sugarcan
lasts for la years before It Is necessary
to renew th stock. Of course, every
body know that Havana tobacco Is th
prld of th earth and stocks ar sold
In -advanc of production to th larg
buyers in New York and Xxmdon.
"The - United States -mall aervice In
and out of the. islands is very satis
factory indeed m)ich" tnor o than at
som points north.
"Talking abdut-0neral Wood and th
work he has accomplished, it impos
sible to realise the extent emT mag
nificence, -without going to th Islands,
of what h has done. As governor-general
h was th auprem power and h
worked out of strictly Cuban revenues
and Cuban labor . th rehabilitation of
the Island And the restoration of Its
cities and rural districts, tils genius
can -only be admired by all who hav
seen Its results. -- ; -
"It Is a matter of history that OA bill
occasion two or three thousand Cubans
determined to clean oit a certain Span
ish club In Santiago. ) They gathered
their forces together ajid began to march
toward the clubhouse. Word was sent
to Oen. Wood. Without ' undue haste.
he quletjy appeared on th seen with
a single orderly faced th mob. Inauirad
their, business, snd, turning to his or
derly, h said: "Orderly,-ahoot th first
man who approaches that clubhouse.'.
Tapplng-hls-buot wltlr his Tiding whip.
Oen. Wood quietly walked away t his
quarters and left the lone orderly facing
the mob. This exhibition of power nn
nnrrt tmt In" reserve showed the aenlus
of the man and dispersed with a 'Ingle
soldier a great mob without bloodshed
when' many commanders, would have!
wheeled the battalion into position and I
oommenced throwing bullet. Wood
and hi orderly are today noted charac
ters all through' Cuba."
Kind adr Weeded in th Orient
-From th Wsshlngton Times.
It la all vary well to talk about wire-
lee telegraphy, but th war corre
spondents In th east hav com to th
conclusion that In order to b a good
reporter, of the plans of the Japanese
army on would need to M i mind
radn ., -,
No Guess Work
. No Failures
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(Special Dispatch by Leased Wire to Th Joarnall
Sioux City, Iowa, July 1. Next Tues
day morning when day dawns at Bone
steel, South Dakota, a long black . col-
umn may ba-aaan , . stretched through,
th nialn street of th town. - On and
will b pushing Its way-into .th big
fram building erected for- the United
State land department and the other
end will b beyond th limits of th In
flated town. f
. They will, b prospective homestead
ers of th Rosebud Indian reservation
and In that linen -or waiting to take
Places, will be Ik, 000. people.
The village of Bonesteel thre months
ago was a straggling line Tf -building
with but (00 peopl. Now It is a mar
black speck In th center of a whit
city. For a mile from the-town. In ev.
ery direction, rang long rows of tents
wher families live and hop. .Mont
Carlo Is not a mora feverish plac than
ini sratwnii village.
.un a hundred tables wheels ar
whirling tonight and the ..-doors ar
wide open t th paasers-by. Stanton,
a notorious gambler, has bought from
th town authorities th Privilege of
open-air gambling for $100 a day.
-hundred and -more other gamblers
are navlnv t1AO mnnth Vf r,u. ...
loons have planked down 11,700 each to
b allowed to run during th ooanlng.
Today a wholesale schema to defraud
th homesteaders was unearthed and
as a result . vlgltano committees ar
being formed at Yankton and Bones tee 1,
and they dcclar that they will not
guarantee th life of any of thes sharks
who ar detected. -' '- '
Attorneys who attended the Oklahoma
opening 'have recognised men, who
worked this sam graft in that stat.
Again, advertisements havd been scat
tered over 1h country for men .tflL.flJf
for old sdlldera, th only ones who may
register by proxy. There Is no demand
for such men and this Is a part of th
cnajn 10 secure aupes.
The plan U to gysthese men. Irami
vagabonds, or anyona, II to ill a contest
against a homestead. Th homesteader
must then tubmlt to a legal controversy
ai muon expenae ana lasting months,
or pay th attorney who ar behind th
stool-pigeons blood money to secure
their titles. Thes grafters mulcted
thousands In th Oklohama opening for
from $60 to 11,000 ach. .
. . 1,
REASON THEY WANT .
J. MORGAN SMITH
(Special Dlspatek by Leased Wire to The Journal)'
New -York. July I. Th real algnln
cane of th hunt by th district at
torney's offlc for J. Morgan Smith, th
brother-in-law of Nan Patterson, who
disappeared from this city when the
grand jury called him as a witness to
explain certain circumstances attend
ing th killing of Caesar Touag de
veloped In the examination by Assis
tant District Attorney Rand, of Joseph
Hewett, a newsboy, who has a stand at
Fifty-ninth street and Eighth' avenue.
- Hewett says h wss standing In ths
park cirol In front of Pabst's restaur
ant on th night of Jun S, th day ba
for th shooting of Caesar Young, when
b saw Nan Patterson, whom ho knew
well, come, out of th restaurant with
a tail heavily bent man, with a smooth
fac and cloawly out, reddish hair. Th
dascrlption .glvn. Of. th ... man tallies
with th appearance of J. Morgan Smith.
.Nan Patteraon and her companion, ac
cording tp Hewett, were quarreling. Th
man said to hr:
"Tou wUl do what I tell you."
. '1 will not," replied Naa Patterson.
"Wil. you will." . . - .. - v -
"I wont." said sh. - ;
Th red-headed man slapped Nan
Patterson In th rko and they
separated. . ;.- :-''.; .-
FROST NIP SERIOUS '
"IN THE GRAND RONDE
' ("pedal pispateh to Tbe Jmrnal.)
Pendleton, Jdly t. A. B. Conley, th
wheat king who farms 7,000 seres 1n
th Grand Rondo valley, reports that th
entire crop I almost ruined by frost.
II -haa purchased 10 mowing machines
to cut th -frost bitten gram -for hay.
His 1 lh largest slngl wheat farm In
astern Oregon. ' eTonley "ships mors
than 100,000 bushels per year. Many
otner farmers, will also, suffer.
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Worlds . Fair, Bt Louie. July . Dl-rector-Oeneral
Henry W, Good of th
Lswl and Clark exposition arrived In
St. Louis this' (horning from thtf east
and will Immediately commence mis.
slonary work for th Portland air. A
larg number of foreign exhibitors -are
Interested and promts to mak exhibit
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CROP CONDITIONS .
IN GRANT COUNTY
- (Special Dispatch to The Journal.) -
Baker City, July t. The southeastern
portion of Oregon, according to recent
reports 'never was In better condition
than It 1 today. J. H. Owlnn,-secretary
of the Oregon WBolgrowers asso
ciation, has Just arrived in Baker City
from a trip through Grant County. When
questioned concerning ' the conditions
ther, Mr, Owlnn said:' -
Th rains recently had in r urant
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is?he;time we have
THE DRAWING for THE
B E W I T H
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the ladies' "
special this' "
week. . ? 2.08
JBy : mail,115c
extra. ',.'." , -., ,
1.08 Rubber .Bath Mats,
cool and clean-reg. $2.60.
50-k-Goodyear's All Rub
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16 Glass Nasal Douches'
. regular 85c. ' , , "
19 Bathing Caps,' assort--
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105 DOZ. Pure Rubber
- Rings for fruit jars. -81.70
"The Globe" Com
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pimples, blackheads and
... '.blotches. . .
81.25 Bath Sprays,, attach
to any. faucet--a . complete. .
shower-bath in your own
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50-Foot lengths ': '
6,000, feet ' of Guaranteed
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14-inch r... . ... .82.45
-inch, 5-ply ....;84.75
Price ... i .... . . .,.84.05
.. The highest grade hose.
i-Each length-ready to at
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20th Century Lawn
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Covers 600 square feet, a per
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special . . ........ .81.45
Red Fire :
Tak bom a supply
cheaper, bettor, and safer
than any outer fireworks.
: .' ages, 25c
3 tor 25c
Largest wholesale and Retail
- Drug Store on the Coast-
county Insur t splendid crops' of all
kinds. Good . crops wer growing, but -th
rains wilt' almost doubl th yield.
I never saw stock In aa good condition ,
alt Is now.. Th knlmala ar in batter
ahap than, they wer last year In th '
month of September. . The , ranges ar
till In fin condition and It looks as
though stock would hav fd all sum
mer. - -Th peopl In that pounty ar
looking for th extension of th Sump
ter valley road with great eagerness, '
and the news' that the' extension will
probably reach Austin by fall, '4s good
news. Indeed.' One th peopl can get
over th mountains by rail half th
troubl Is overcome." , .
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