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MALHEUR HOLDS ITS
' SHARE OP STRANGERS
Building is Something Phenomenal,
' With Slaty Pp . in Matter of
,f MontheLlght lod Water Bra.
! tenia Uelthv Resort.
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niafinl nimlck ta TV. Xaam.lt '
Vale, Or, June It. During tha past
few weeks thera has bean a great ruah
of homeseekers to this place, many of
hnm hava darldad in maka fhair ner.
manent honaa hara, wnlla aoma hava'1
aaakara coma from many atatea, provlnf
tba truth, of tha axpraaalon. as locally
adoptad, that "all roads laad to Vale."
Vala's geographical poaltlon Uo Vtrl
ftea tha aaylng, aa tha Malheur river,
Alder creek and Willow creek all con
verve at Vale; consequently the prlnct-
I J atreama have a common atartlnc-point.
' Blnce tha crossing of tha plains by tha
early ploneera Vale haa always been a
, central point. Thera are rood county
roada leading south to Jordan valley,
-west to Burns, Harney county, north
through the Willow Creek valley to
' Huntington, Sad east to tha Snake river.
V t-A BnUdlag Is Taty" AoUva.
' ; At present Vale la booming. Within
tha past (aw months about (0 handsome
and substantial housea have been
erected and a brick business block has
been completed recently. There are at
S resent four atona and brick bualneaa
ulldlnga under construction namely,
tha First National Bank building, at tha
comer of Court and A streets: a two
story structure of brick and - native
atone, which when completed will un
' doubtedly be one of the most modern
and substantial brick buildings In aaat
ern Oregon; a brick drug store at the
corner of A and Main etreeta, which la
being built for Boewell A Taylor, drug-
gists; two brick buildings on Main
street, between A and B, tha one Just
north tha other aouth of the First Bank
0tThaVlrst Bank of Vala, which was
organised in Wl, and which ia one ot
the aolld financial Institutions ot the
county, recently purchased from George
Vanderhoof, a capitalist of this place,
three lota at the corner of A and Main
treeta. for U.Q00, whereon a Una brick
hotel and bank building will be erected.
Plans and specifications hava been ac
re p ted for thla building, and work wilt
begin at once. When completed, Vala
can then boaat of one of the .beet
equipped and most modern hotel build
in ga In oaatern Oregon.
ttght. Water and stealth.
An alectrlo ight system is now being
Installed, which will probably be in op
eration before the end of this month.
Vale will also have a good water ays
tern ia tha near future. The city reser
voir will be located on the east aide of
tha Mnlheur river, near tha Vala hot
wella. a short distance frpm the city.
The atreeta will be sprinkled with aot
water from tha hot wella. Vala will be
tha-aeeond olty in ..the world whose
iVreete are sprinkled with hot water
Boise; Idaho; now haa tho 41stlncto of
'. being tha only one. - .
With a sanitarium In connection with
Vale hot apringa, no doubt Vale would
1 soon develop Into one of tho greatest
health resorts in thla part of the coun
try. The hot water ia aald to contain
all tha elementa of the hot springs' of
Arkansas and to be even P,J,
some polnta. Many -Buffering with
rheumatism have already come to Vaaa
to bathe in the hot water and invariably
have gone away cured.
Special DiipaAi te The JootmL)
Chehalis, Wash.; Jons ll.The tl
gens' club has decided to recommend to
the counca combination hose wagon
and chemical and team, with one paid
man on full time, at the expense of
about $t.BO0, aa against the expenditure
of $S.00i for an automatlo fire-alarm
"Street Improvement waa also taken
up. A committee waa appointed to re
port a general scheme. It Ma proposed
io grade all atreets. In some rocallties
crushed rock impiw?0" "1 PJ! ob
ably be recommended. It is Intended to
(provide a general system for drainage
of aurpltis storm water. -
Chehalla proposes alsa-4o bar one oj
the.flrat ctles to take i advantage i.of
the new state law providing for sys
tem of public parks. An ordinance, is
before tha oouncil providing for a 1 -mill
levy, and for i per cent .of all flnea
and licenses collected In the city to
go Into the park fund. Several iun
dred dollars Is already available from
An ordinance for the paving of a
part of Market street. In the business
center, with brick, to cost about 80,000,
yla expected to pass the council within
two weeks. .
GOING AFTER COAL
, (Special Dlnpatcb to Tbe Joornat)
Tacoma, Wash., June 18. Optlona on
8.000 acres of coal lands have been se
cured by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul railroad in the Teanaway valley
and drilling crews are now working on
the property. If the preliminary de
velopment work shows coal to exist in
paying quantities the road will buy up
a large strip .of land in that section.
Mining operations similar to those car
rled on by the Northern Pacific rail
road at fioslyn will be begun and a
branch line built by the road into the
a valley. ' '
HOTEL THIEVES FACE
LONG PRISON TERMS
. (Special Dispatch to Tbe Ioonl.) ;., -'J "'
v-tonm Wash. -June It. Mike
wwiney, Ed Long and James Haggerty,
iffiS hotel thieves arrestee, nere in Aprn
vAhnAa. while looting rooms In the
Hotel Grandin, will all be ivenlong
sentenoea In the penitentiary at W alia
Walla Sweeney, who turned . state a
"vV'iT aieal Wonderland.-
; South' - Dakota, ' with its rich silver
mines, bonana farms, wide ranges and
strange natural formatlona. Is a veri
table wonderland. At Mound . City, in
the home of Mrs. E. D. Clapp. a wonder
ful ease of healing has lately occurred.
Her son seemed near death with lung
and throat trouble. "Exhausting cough
ing spells occurred every five minutes,
writes Mrs. Clapp. "when I began giv
ing Dr. King's New pisoovary, the great
medicine, that saved his life and com
pletely cured him." Guaranteed for
coughs'" and olds, throat - and , lung
troubles, by Red Cross Pharmacy, 50c
and II 00. Trial bottle free. ,
8 e'mm,w'un CiTIIPTlAV AT B
SPECIAL nUMfiaK o riv.iirvi runs ww-
- - EAST SIDE
B Q.n tl Oil S DEPARTMENT, store
V S88-390 East Morrison St, Near Grand Ave.
j 1000 Yds. Table
3 Best standard brand, full width;
g of patterns; other dealers ask
evidence, claims the authorities have
used htm abominably. Pta"
immunity from alshment
nnnfess and telling; hlmhla partnera
hsd told of hta rtmea. The men face
Mntencea of from one to 14 yesra. They
a FhBS ?H
tnat tney -vers pyw'
TniKft TO BULL'S RING
TILL RESCUER CAME
i"' (Soeelal Dtopstca to The Joowst)
a farmer residing eiht miles west of
Eugene, came near meeiuis urmwi u
Goodpasture of this city while passing
Zehner'a place on horseback noticed a
commoUon among aoma cattle In a field
and soon discerned the form or a man
being trampled by a bull. . Jumping the
fenoe with his horso nnd dog. Goodpas
ture rode to tna scene of the combat
and found Zehner struggling with the
animal, holding on to the .ring in the
n. 3ar Ufa AVlth some rtll-
t i . .. AAMino.tur. Avftvm tYtt hull swav
. nn piitim mi man w w - I
r. 1 hrtiii. hut -ths In
Juries wjil probably not result serloualy.
. Ordination at McMlnnvllla.
. (Special D!pch to The iowseU
MbMlnnvllle. Or.7 June 1.Charlea
Rutherford, a McMinnvUle college grad-
Nearly Every btack in rortla nd
-Will soon be Issuing smoke from Consumers CoaL' At the same
time, into the pocket of every investor in the stock of the Con
sumers Coal Company wiU be dropping the steadily mcreasing
profit from the investment. Here is a great opportunity. WhUe
the consumer wiU be able to get his coal t a greatly reduced'
rice, the investor will be making a grand strike in profits,
lany a consumer wiU become an investor as weU. This means
a double source of profit to him. ''He wiU not only be making
' a big prpfit from his investment, but be wiU be practically cutting
Grand Free Excursion
bjf Steamboat Sunday
We have chartered the steamboat KeUogg to make the round
trip to the property of the CONSUMERS COALXOMPANY.
leaving the foot! of Salmon -street at 7:30 a. m." Lunch and
supper wiU be served free on board. A thorough inspection of
the properties wOl be made for the purpose of substantiating
the fact that we have n immensely profitable coal mine within
a few hours ride of the city of "Portland.
for Detailed Information Apply at Once
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Commonwealth Trust Co.
Commonwealth Building . Open Till 9 p. m.
Stock Is Not Going Begging for Buyers
We have already sold large blocks' of It. ' Every day finds new
buyers. It wiU be only a few days longer that this stock wiU
be obtainable. There are only 5,000 shares for sale at $10 each.
When this stock is aU sold no more will be available. The com
pany is organized upon a basis of 25,000 shares at $10 a share.
Only $50,000 is required to put the mine into jperfect operation.
Oil Cloth ti i c
a handsome line 1
25c a yard; our jCQy
nate of the class of '04 and of Rochester
Theological seminary of the class of '07
has been ordained to the Baptist min
istry. He Is under appointment of the
AmerlcanBAptist Missionary union for
the Telugu field at.Ongole, India, and
will be entirely supported by the First
Baptist church f this place. Dr. J. W.
A. Stewart, dean of the Rochester Theo
logical seminary, preached the N sermon
at the proclamation service. Delegates
were present at the ordination from six
IN SPOKANE RAID
(Special Slspsteb to The Joarnsl.)
Spokane. Wash., June 18. n raid
on the. Eagle saloon on Howard street
'our women were arrested and neid on
the vagrancy charge. One . waa the
daughter of "Dad" GlTUs. proprietor of
me uagie our, iuiu is uui .u jmim uiu.
Two young girls, not yet 1$ years old,
found In , the same saloon were sent
home. Since 1hx rustling has been
stopped the women have been drinking
nt the bar with the men and dancing
and carousing in the open.
Idaho Opticians' Officers.
'Iftperlai ' fHapatcb te The JootmI.)
- Boise, Idaho. June 18. The State
Association of Opticians haa closed its
first annual meeting. The newly elected
board of examiners of -optometry chose
the following nffleera: President, si
Leroyv Hsrrla of Pocatelloj seoreUry,
R, JX Hubbard of Bolss, ' ., : ... t
Wick Bine Flame Ofl Cook-Stove
. V ... . , . , si sai S
Because it's clean.
Because it's econom
ical. Because it saves
Because it gives best
Because its flame
can be regulated
"Rerun it will not overheat vour kitchen.
Because it is better than the coal or wood stove.
Because it is the perfected oil stove.
For other reasons see stove at your dealer's,
or write our nearest agency.'
Made in three sizes and fully warranted.
with latest ifflprored burner. Made ot brail throughout
and beautifully nickeled. Aa ornament to any room,
whether library, dining-room, parlor or bedroom. Every,
i lamp warranted. Write to our nearest agency if aot at.
STAND AED OIL COMPANY
his winter coal bffl in half at the same time. He will be making
and saving money, by the samef process. There are only a few
things necessary to make lots of money in a coal investment.
There must be coal and plenty of it It must be easily mined.
It must be dose to transportation faculties. It must be con
venient to market. The market must be easfly accessible and
reached at a low cost. There must be a large and permanent
demand. All of these important features are abundantly present
in the Consumers Coal Company's proposition.
Much of this work is now being done by capital f urnished by the
organizers: See the mine in its present condition and you wiU ,
easily note what f simple matter it is to begin the actual ship
ment of coal within a very few weeks. We invite you to join
us in our grand free steamboat excursion to the mine Sunday.
You win enjoy the. trip and wUl profit by it, if you wish. ;
COMMONWEALTH TRUST CO.
FISCAL AGENTS , ;
9w m :' T .m t, cannot bt equaled
l&lfoJLQfnP tar its bright and
!Tjy steady light, simple construction
p"1 and ahaoluta aafetr. Efluipped
or roanxAxo cwaoosr
tit Im SUM it Onm
INSURES JkJJLt SXNDS OF
LIVE STOC3SL AGAINST
DEATH FROM ANY
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Snnlmd Qwatber tl Pwimes
Portland Board at Tnds
Cnetea Trna) sad Uttogt Buik PertUod Ore.
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FOR WOMEN. ONLY
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sea suit nmvn wwwj iw w
LATLU PRUIUDS. Cars th. mmt
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i-rlce $2 set bos, mlt.1 hi stale mnpftt.
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San francisco Office
7819 MarkctSt, bctl 3d & 4th
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Tha Journal ffles.
ARTHUR U nSB. ', Rsprssantatlra.
A rery fine QO-acrt farm, lmil
of a food little town on R. R. ,n
Yamhill county; orer 700 acres in
cultivation, balance ia timber and pas
ture; large 11-room well finished
house: large barn; fenced and cross
fenced; splendid soil; rery fine tract
to cut Into small farms; very easy
'A fin-farm et( nvrr 500 acres. Vi
mile of good town of 5,000 people in
Willamette valley; excellent soil, over
200 acres in cultivation, balance in
timber and pasture; over 8,000 cords
of furniture and cordwood on place;
dose to river; poor buildings: enough
clear profit on wood..to-half pay for-
place; tine place to cut uuo smu
A nice home of 10 acres only t
mile of carline, near city; half in ber
ries and garden; nice 6-room house
and good barn; close to school, on
good road; terms, half cash. . '
K hm Klncl-a of! street car-
line; nearly all in berries; small house
and barn; nice tract to cut into lots. ..
A 16-acre track on Section line road,
miles east of Mount Tabor; about
5 acres has Teen cleared, balance in
brush; no buildings; a snsp.
A 2-cre tract on Portland Heisrhts.
1 block off carjine. , .
& TRUST CO.-
CORNER 07 SECOND AND
New i-room modera eottas.
Kaw (-room modem eottac.
New T-room modern oottsse.
Kew -room modera eotU-s.
S choloa building lota........
S lota on corner ........
t lots In one plaoa.. .........
S lots and l-room house.....
m 1 m a
TSu. s.re sJl baxrsJna and rlaftt at
tha car line, all plastered with wood
fiber, and porcelain bath tabs, hot and
ooid water; ail Bold on eaay terms. You
deal with the owner, JOB NABH. at
Mutant ova.. Nashville addition on th
Mount Scott car Una. Also soma choice
REAI4 ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Lot Q. and tal8y Q. B wetland to v
Aloys iiaroio, jwi a, ujiuvb, . ,
IW1 191U . . a . " Z Z
Jessie O, and Charlea a Bell to
Mrs. u. V. Kiiey, ioi j, dioub. b.
ui,h. aiKiilainn and addition
Canadian & American Mortgage dc
ei j. Johnson, east ISO feet of . j
11A nrnv.r'1 addtfton. . 4.00S
OotUleb and Ledea BaJUet ; . to
ueorce ureicnauer, im , uiuw
14. North Irvlntrton.. ..
X K. and Mattla J. Blaster to
Charles Cieveiana. norinwesi
of northeast 14 of section 2J, ,.
' u ( . .Hi.iti f.n.1 S .Hbr
Otto and Katie Anderson to Bister
Mary Tneresa, 101 b, in easv v 01
tract "li" of M. Patton tract. .
Q. A. and Zanda A. Anderson- to
Guy jjeiano, 101 i, vtwm.
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The Hawthorne estate to C. X
Rotennuna, lot e, oiw v. ..
u.f kAm. mmt addition... ...
Joseph and Mary Bauer to Frank
tiontty, 401 . . v-
v. m AAitifr . . . ......
Moore Kealty company to Franli
W. H. and Alice B. Nunn to Wnnle
Anna.,8. and Seely Bernard to Pe-
VT iSlWll, vm awt -wvs
UlV-sK SWt 41 xrJ wuv. -
MarUn A- and Lydla F. rhUllns to
nortneaat hk of section It. town-
uiiith tmnmm S Mil . . . . .
Sweeny, laveetment company v to
. tit V.lrslr '1 ft ITT
William H. and Jennie M. hwtM
to A. X. ana Mary unisons, nn.t
Oerman Savings t lAn try i.iy t
William tl. na j. i -'.
lots 11. li, Mock . HMt-..v i
of Proebstol'a Addition t a--kin.
John , F. ami Annl f
v. it. aif'im.n, iot s , i
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