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THE OREGON DAILY -t JOURNAL, ' PORTLAND., FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 30. 1907.
PRICE A RECORD
iVRiver fTfnWprs Thrill
f With JKeturnFrom
x : Kalesr"??
PJ2AR ORCHARDS HAVE
' GOLD MINES BEATEN
Bargain Hunters In Kogu River
Valley Think Orchard That Hare
' Mora Than Doubled in Value In a
,. Tear Are Still Cheap.
(Special Dispatch to The Jour Ml.)
Medford. Or., Aug. 10. Interest In
news from ths pear shipments from ths
Bogus Rlvr valley .this season la aa
' keen aa war new excites. It is a great
gambl aa to who will get the highest
. price and even the ataple Bartlett pears
are now, getting to the-top nqtch. Re
turns afcelved today from a car of Med'
urtletta shipped from' the Pear
ueek orchard! show that all former
prices for thia r-tvarletv -have been
', eclipsed. The ear averaged $4. SO per
box fcnd the net price f. o. b. Medford
. was $2.61, the highest In the history
.: or tne local traae. as ine orchards in
bearln- yielded a full crop It Is avi
s' dent already that new records will have
, to be established for yields per acre and
' after this season nb other fruit section
on this coast or elsewhere will be in it
at m win tne Mearord district. .
The Bear Creek orchards, by the way.
nave sent forward about 15 cars of
Bartletts and It Is apparent that an
- average of more than tl per box will
' be obtained for the entire crop. It was
a sight for the gods to see the fruit
nanging on the trees before the gsth
erlng season came on, and as less than
19 per cent of the pears set In the
valley are now in bearing the future of
j the Industry Is assured. , .
. ... The Gore orchard, two miles south
- of Medford. which last year, gave re
turns of over 11,000 in sales from 11
. acres of Bartletts and Newtown apples,
will this season surpass Its own rec
ord, the seven acres of Bartletts having
i ' . '
"; , joobt 8a s&xra
, and lose sll Interest when help Is within
reach. Herblne will make that liver
" Perform its duties properly. J. B.
Vaughn, Elba, Ala., writes: "Being a
constant sufferer from-constipation and
a disordered liver, I have found Herblne
to bo the best medicine, for these trou
bles, on the market I have used it
constantly. I believe it to be the best
medicine of Its kind, and I wish sll
sufferers from these troubles to know
, the good Herblne has done me. Bold by
.all druggists. '
yielded .six ears and the present hi sh
prices guarantee a yield of over IMM
i rum mis portion oe mis vw
log. . V . - . i . i
, anas Xoaters Are Poarlag Xn.
Medford people, by the way, have been
greatly amused at the effort of a rival
town, nearly 20 miles distant, to steal
the glory of the Gore orchard. It is
well known that Bedford Is the geo
graphical center of the Rogue River
valley and the- center as well of the
leaning xruit aisinci oi in. norinweei.
The conditions existlnc. in connection
with judicious advertising of resources
throughout tne east nas attracted more
homeeeekers to Medford this summer
than came In during the summer months
of the five years previous and they are
in. ..- i v. .w uiiuui, r m m ,
and northwest-who are coming now,
and every dajr Investors are pouring
their cash Into the valley, picking up
the snaps and half developed orchards
and It is evident that the pie will have
to be tcarved time and again If all are
to be Satisfied who are coming when the
colonist ratesgo into effect.
Today the Streets orchard sold to
WUllam Budge of Grand Forks, South
Dakota, a prominent citisen of that
eiaie, ooin politically ana in a financial
way. and It Is reported that he Is but
me loreronner or a noat or men In
his section who are tired of the con
test with Dakota winters. The pries
iiiv Dtmi. urcnini, oouanc oy ur.
Page less than one year ago for 1100
per sore, was $226 per aore for the
entire 100 acrea .
- This Is but one instance of dosens
wnicn couia oe cited where orchards
and orchard lands have advanced In
value more than 100 per cent In the
last two years in the Medford district
Reduced Rates to Astoria.
For the benefit of those wishing to
euena ine meeting or tne Norwegian
Slnalng Society held at Astoria, August
Il-September 1, 2, and the ltth an
nual Astoria regatta, . September S, ,
4,-the Astoria & Columbia River rail
road names a round trip from Portland
or fd. Ticaets on sale August 10-11,
September 1.1. 1. 4. returning imir.
oepiaineer e. r f.
(Bpedil Dispatch to The JoarsaL)
Centralis, Wash., Aug. SO. A charter
has been granted an organisation of the
Benevolent and Protective Ordae. of
Elks In this city. The installation will
re neid September T. Large delegations
from Seattle, Tacoma, Olympla and
other nearby cities will bo on hand to
assist In the work. The charter has
60 signers and Is composed of the beet
business men In the city. E. R. Inger
soll. district deputy, from, Seattle will
have eharce of the ceremonies. . Im
mediately after . the - Installation - cere
monies, a big banquet will bo given at
the Centralla. hotel. .
EDISON'S NERVES ARE Z-
SHATTERED BY STRAIN
' (Jearaal Special Service.) .
Akron. Ohio. Auar. 10. Thomas A.
Edison came here today suffering from
a nervous breakdown. He went to the
home of his wife's mother, Mrs. Louis
A. Miller. Local physicians are at
tending. Visitors, even friends of years'
standing, are 'not admitted.
R U STS
Fifteenth National Congress
Will Be Held in Cali
fornia City. .
TO DELIVER ADDRESS
'. ' .... '. ,
Vice-President Fairbanks Has Prom
isetj to Bo Present Nest Monday
and Many Notables Will Attend
i ' Jooral BpseisL Berries. : ,'. :
" Sacramento, Cat, Aug. 10. The open
ing day of the flfteeenth National: Irri
gation congress, which convenes In this
city beginning next Monday, will bo a
memorable event in the history of Call.
fornia. The great feature of the pro
gram will be the speech of Vlce-Presi-dsnt
Fairbanks. , Mr. Fairbanks is in
tensely interested in the work and pur
poses of the congress. ' He never ap
pears to better advantage . as a plat
form speaker of great force and keen
loglo than when discussing the problems
to which the Irrigation congress ad
dresses Itself.' The presence and par
ticipation of the vice-president at the
opening proceedings of the coming ses
sion sdds distinct Interest and Impor
tance to the occasion. Mr. Fairbanks
speech will be a notable effort.
Amona the addressee of response by
visiting delegations will be those of
several governors or states, it is ex
pected that at least alx governors will
be present and take part In this feature
or tne inauguration or tne great con
vention. One of the meet Important
speeches of the opening day will be that
of Hon. George K. Chamberlain, gov
ernor of Oregon. . Governor Chamber
lain is president of the 'National Irri
gation congress. Both by reason of his
position snd his eminent qualifications
as. a public speaker and one thoroughly
familiar with every phase of the Irri
gation movement, his address win be
smong the most valuable and significant
deliverances of the convention.
. The Immense attendance or 'promi
nent and Influential men from every
section of the United States will maks
the opening of the convention one of the
most notable events In the line of na
tional conventions. When It Is remem
bered that all delegates to the congress
are obliged to bear their own expenses
without hope of subserving sny private
end or ambition, the high character of
the men and the disinterestedness or
their motives are apparent. It serves
also to differentiate this from other na-
a o n nrrMnni
We wifl forfeit $1,000 to any charitable institution for any dentist who can torn-
pete with us in crown and bridgework; or teeth without plates. Pay no fancy fees un
. til you have consulted us. Our continued success in our many offices is due to the
uniform high grade work done by years of experienced operators. The prices quoted
below are absolutelyxthe best opportunity to get your money's worth which has ever
been offered. We use nothing Dut tne Dest materials.
PRICES UNTIL SE,PTE,MBE,R 15th
Flatinum FiUings $1.00
, Gold and Platinum Alloy Finings. . . . .$1.25
' Gold Fining.. .$2.00 to $5.00
S. S. White Logan Crown. . .$5.00
Gold Crowns, best 221c extra heavy. . . .$5.00
TEETH Bridgeworkv per tooth, best gold. ... . .$5.00
rHOMiT'V "Best Rubber Plate. S. S. White teeth. . $8.00
IIKWAV-! . Aluminum-lined Plate........ .$10 to $15
A binding guarantee given with ' til york
for 10 years. v '
Used only by tis for PAINLESS EXTRACTION of teethl. . ..... . ..'.....,.. .50
. Read What Mrs. Jessie Level Says:
I 'had 12 teeth extracted by the use of Vegetable Vapor, absolutely painless
the most pleasing, effect and highly recommend the method.
, ' , Yours truly, '" ' . '
Lafett, Oregon. . A' MRS. JESSIE LEVEL. ,
And those afflicted with heart weakness can now have their teeth extracted and filled
without the least pain whatever. f
Northwest Corner of Sixth and Washington Streets . f'1'':,-;-;' ' -ij
" " The largest and best equipped Dental Establishment in the Northwest Seventeen offices in the United States.
LADY IN ATTENDANCE .. See that you are in the right office. Open Sunday 9 to 2.
tional conventions of a similar kind.'
A great feature of the oDenlna day
program will be the rendition of the
''Irrigation Ode." a composition- of
unique merit, by. the great Mormon
tabernacle choir of 100 trained voices.
The crowds, the prominence of lesding
participants, the big scale on which
everything is planned, will make Mon
day next one of the greateet days in the
annals of the Golden state.
' Adrenttata at Centralla.
(Sperfsl, Dtopateh to The JaeraaL)
Centralla, Wash., Aug. SO. Centralis
Is to be the meeting place of the Seventh
Day Adventlsts from all over the state.
There will be a flveidays session and
it is estimated that fully 100 delegates
will participate. They will be her from
Spokane, Walla Walla, the sound cities
snd Grays Harbor points. It will be an
entnuslastlo meeting snd largely at
tended. The meetings win be held In
a large tent In the south part of town.
. ZTezexrea sraoe vasue wsvua.
Allsa Lswls Best Brand. ,
"After a heavy, meal take a couple of
Doan's Reguleta, and give your stomach,
liver and bowels the help they will need.
Reguleta bring easy, regular passages
of the bowels.
I HATS M'' - - '
SHOES! MEN! SHOES t
- raoxa roa, xxxt mm wzsm, trr vow. -
' Tou could hardly believe that such Shoes as the
renowned Robert Johnson A Rand Men's Shoes could
be cut to such ridiculous figures, but as we said be
fore, we, not tne Boston Store, are doing the price
making and we're doing it with a sole object in view
to sell. '
11.60 Shoes, odds and ends, 600 pairs. Men's Work
ing Bhoes 91.00
tl. Oo Men's Dress Shoes, assorted leathers. . 39
1100 vlcl kid dull top Drees Shoes . . . . t . . .S1.95
BOTr STOUT, touo, SUX1IU KSOXS.
These are of strong, good wearing box calf and
vlcl kid, and Robert Johnson ft Rand, who made
them, know what should go Into boys shoes.
(1.7ft Boys' Shoes, sixes IH
Boys' Bhoes, slses IVi
Moys pnees, sixes
bovs nnoes. sixes
11.76 Boys' Shoes, vises
11.95 Boys Shoes, slses 1 to tH
tl.lft Boys' Shoes, slses ! to IVk
fl.60 Boys' Shoes, slses 1 to 6A ,.j
11.00 Boys' Shoes, sises 1 to K ........... .
t to 6H-........... .Si. O
omuxazms', x.oaozBp aits TBAiuTxma bhoz.
The same great brand, meat 70a know them, meadi
3. to low top heavy Booming Shoes
4.50 6-Inch top Cruisers' Shoes
6.00 6-Inch ton Cruisers' Shoes
4.85 10-Inch top Cruisers Shoes
4.16- 6-Inch top Loggers' Shoes
6.00 6-Inch too Lossers' Shoes
00 10-lnch top Loggers' Shoes
7.60 11-incn lop loggers Shoes
6c Men's Slippers
$1.00 Men's Romeo Slippers
11.00 Men's Oxfords .......
14.00 Men's Oxfords g
AXTAQB moil nr tmm
MEN'S FURNISDWGS DEPT
Men's 2Kc E. A W. Collars fct
Men's 15c Canvas Oloves at ..............
Men's 15o Boston Oartors at
Men's 11.25 Silk Mercerised Underwear at 4H
en's 15c Jersey Ribbed Underwear at ........ 19
Men's 12.00 Wool Underwear st 9$v
Men's $2.00 fine wool, ribbed, brown and gray
Underwear SI. 19
Men's 15c black and tan Hoss at 7e
Men's $1.00 Flannel Shirts at .....48e
Men's $1.2S white Mohair Shirts st
Men's $1.00 black Sateen Shirts at 75J
Hop Pickers' made of Panama straw Hats at..ifte
Men's $1.00 Work Oloves at 4S4
Men's $2.00 blue Flannel Shirts st 5e
Men's $1.60 blue Flannel Shirts st 79
Men s ii.uo uoir nnins at ................... .4M
Men's ?6o Underwear at 39
Men's heavy fleece lined, wool Underwear, $1.00
value, at ..i,.. ...... ..,.,. KO4
Mens too silk. Hose at..
Mens 13.00 811k Shirts St ..
Men's $1.00 Trousers at ....
!1 Leather Suit Cases st v....
1 Leather Suit Cases at...
5 Leather Suit Cases at
Boys' $5 Worsted Suits, double-breasted, at.. 82.43
Men's $4 Oxford Shoes, patent leather, at. ...Si. 75
150 fast black Stockings.!,, ....... '..f.,
20o Lscs Hose at..
16o Lisle Hose at........
T60 Corsets at...........,....,..,..,.,
11.00 Corsets at.....;,.,,.,., ,,
1.60 Corsets at......
1.00 Muslin Skirts at
1.60 Muslin Skirts at
1.60 Muslin Drawers at..... ,
11.00 musnn Drawers-at
75o Muslin Drawers st
60c Muslin Drawers at
11.50 Muslin Gowns at
$1.00 Muslin Oowns at
' V SUII? AT ,
-nTw ITi A fljrt " '
First and Salmon Sis.
Yes, at Ten o'Qock Saturday Night
rm through I'm sorry, too, tor the store has been packed and
jammea wun eager Olivers Tor ne last three weens, yet there is so
much on hand that I hardly know how to dispose of It. Wish I had
another week or two, but I haven't. Next week I leave tor Califor
nia, and then your rare chance will be none. Will vou meet me Sat
urday for the last time this season? 1 can't begin to tell you all 1
nave in mina 10 ao xoryou. out rm telling you a Tew things here.
Other bargains ? Yes, and hundreds I We haven't had time to look
and prepare fully, but the "Jig Is up," and we must stop. The only
oisappomiea toiks m fortiana are tnose who haven't been "in" on
this stunt. Good-bye, thenbut come In Saturday It will be great.
rours ever cor a tally,
'v DAVID LION, Manager
The Pacif ic Coast Salvairt Comnan v
Selling. Ijfe Stock of "(The Boston Store," first and Salmon
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING
The best cloth, the newest styles, the lowest
prices. The Salvare Sale means something In thia
department. Excellent clothing at the price of raira.
men m wool, wormea ana nomespun 1 wo-fieee Bulls,
In light and medium shades; all slses up to 40 In
this lot; not a suit worth less than $7.60 CI OK
and up to $10; free choice at 4? 17 J
Men's line of $10 til-wool Dress and Business Suits.
In single snd double-breasted. In worsted snd
cheviots, In light snd dark effects, sll 6fi OK
slses; choose at , 7W7
Men's $11 to $25 Suits; In fact, choice of the house,
with the exception of the new fall goods that have
just arrived: In all colors. In all styles sta 10
and Id all sises. only , , 47OU
Men's $1.60 Khaki Outing Pants at SI. 15
Men's $4.60 best quality Corduroy Pants at. -SI. 85
Men's $1.00 Work Pants at 95
Men's $1.00 all-wool Dress Pants at ....SI. 39
Men's $4.00 all-wool Dress Psnts at. ....... .SI. 75
Boys' $1.60 double-breasted School Suit nsw ef
fects at V.. 98s
Boys' $1 and $4 all-wool double-breasted blacks and
fancy checks and mixtures; choice st SI. 75
Boyc 16c Knee Pants, well made, at........ Oe)
Boys' $6, $ and $7.60 Long Pants Suits at..S2,35
Boys' $1.50 wool mixed Suits at............ 49e7
Youths' Long Pants, 14 to $0 years; $16 values
at only S4.35
. We sell any single article in the house for less
money tban the Boston Store paid la bulk.
A TsirJflc Slaughter In
WOMEN'S DRESSES, SKIRTS,
Tour free, unrestricted choice of any Ladles' Shirt
Waist in the house. The values are from $1.60 to
$5. .See them buy them. You never again will
duplicate this offer. On sale at....... 48e
Ladles' $10 Pongee Coats St.. S2.98
La Ides' $6 Pongee Coats, box style, tomorrow
at only ,., , SI 98
Ladies' $11 Silk Bolero Coats, all lace trimmed,
at, only , , S3 95
Ladles' $16 Coats, pony style, allover lace, taffeta-
llned, choice at a 4 as
$35 Point d'Esprlt Dresses.... Ikft.ftS
Misses' $5 Red Golf Coats at. .............. SI. 95
Bailor Suits. $16 value, at 21.89
76c short Kimonos; good grade; lawn-flnlshed seams.
beautiful floral designs; st....- 19
$1.16 long Kimonos; fanclly trimmed In Japanese
.$15. and $1$ Novelty Skirts. In checks and stripes
sna plaids; choice at , a 4 oa
H2 f.!? !Lk 82,t."' Wi " at.S14.89
$25 Ladles" Voile 8utts at ...... j. ..... ....". 45
If Auto Skirts, white and oream. at... 95
$10 Silk Pettlcoata at, i.T.; ...Mtiik
it Silk Pettlooata at .'"!.!:
' we sell any single article In the house for leas
noner tnan tne Boston store paid In bulk.
" a"""""-,esees. s r-3swsaaw ' mt - ,bJ,esae'
SOOESI LADIES! SHOES I
XVA9XZa WB3TX OAJTT AS OXTOXBS.
Bare are soms of tks Bobert Johnson ai Bead Saoee.
$1.60 welt and turn sole Canvas Oxfords ...S1.19
11.00 turn and welt sole Canvas Oxfords ......95
$1.40 turn and wait sole Canvas Oxfords 69
$1.75 Misses' welt sole Canvas Oxfords 65e
$1.20 Misses welt and turn sole Canvas Oxford&BfteV
$1.40 Misses' welt snd turn sole Canvas Oxfords.494
svABXzrr itbb xaatkbb sbobb.
Also the Bo rt Johnson Band Brand.
$4.06 vlcl kid and, gunmetal turn and . welt sole
it. 00 patent leather dull top welt sole shoes. SI. 19
2.60 vlcl kid Shoes, with turn soles ....... .Si. OO
1.60' two button patent leather Shoes ...... ft 1.4 5
$1.66 low heel vlcl kid comfort Shoes ..Sl.83
Mnnr ma noiiin ozroui.
Zf yon saads the prleew yourself yon wonldat saaks
.. .. . .them any lower than these.
$1.61 vlcl kid Oxfords, sixes 1 to 11 .......... T
$2.00 vlcl kid Oxfords, slses 2 to 11 95
$3.25 vlcl kid Oxfords, sises 1 to 11 -S1.19
$1.25 -vlcl kid Shoea turn and welt soles .VKd,
ti.iD pau learner, turn ana wen sole snoes.
$2.25 vlcl kid Dress Shoes, turn soles
shoes.. SI. lO
1.26 Vlcl kid Dress Shoes, welt soles
lVABZinr A.SSOBTBB OXTOBDB.
Mors of Bobert Johnson Band's Shoes eat 6a
very limit of dollars sad cents.
ij so patent kid Oxfords, turn and welt soles. SI. )
$1.00 patent kid Oxfords,' turn soles . .. . . . . . f.6
li " pswni aia uxioras, .wen soies
z.sw gunmeiai welt sole uxroros ..
2.26 vlcl kid welt sole Oxfords
.00 Over 26 different stvlea. all alsea. In vli-l
patent leather. etx. $2.60 to $1.06 8 hoes 95
Men's $1 soft Istest style Hats st........
.Men's 11 aoft and atlff fall atvle Hit. 11
Men's $4 and $6 Btetson, Knox and Dunlap styles
Meri;e' 60c Work Shlrta'at. .".".'."."".'.V.V.' ."..'. 25
And Here's Where You Save
Some More-Read Every Hera
the best known and favored
reads .... I '. ".!'.S3"4o)
and $60 lines, at the Salve k
PABASO&S IABASOS-JPABASOS MIM,
BOSTOBT BTOBBS VBIOB W TO MM.
SAT.TAOB OO.'S SAXdi 7PBICB 75.
$2.60 Children's Embroidery and Silk Hats Selvage
price, each ....25
25c Children's Hose Supporters Salvage price.. J O
i.vo juaaies- isck sateen Petticoats ...2X
$2.00 Ladles' black Sateen Pettlcoata 58?
.ow onii iea Dpreaus, tne oesx anown ana favored
oranu in ine country ....
11 60 -Marseilles Bed Spreads
lo.vv Marseilles ued Spreads
60c Towels, also the 26c and
price of , tit
SAT.YAOB niCEl OP UtBIXS TZSTB.
60c Ladles lisle thread colored sleeveless Vests..? t
75C Ladles' silk lisle Vests ; . . . ,S S
$1.00 Ladles silk lisle Vests ..1.... Rn
$106 Ladles pure silk Vests Salvage price.,.. &5
. . ran won sxxbts.
There will be a tall scrimmage for a share of these
Working Shirts tomorrow morning. Think of It
a staple article, such as plain blue, strong, well-
s sewn. 6O0 to (0c Working Shirt for "1.25
mri TIBS AT SAXTAOB riOVBKaV
60c Men s Silk Ties, in sll the new and .TWpted
fashionable patterns of the year; string, bows or
four-ln-hands , , 4
Whauwe have done to the Boston Stores's'toca of
Mercerised Silk Shirts will go down in hlstorv
The $1.60 and $1.00 Shirts are?. . . . .7.. .. L i
75c Men's Oolf Shirts J? ?T
25c Men s Suspenders, strong elastic etrap'ends! ii?
J?0.;" .8uSp'ndr" nver ,Mr or break kind, fi
$1.00 Men's Sweaters, the Boston Store's stan.l"d
16o Men's Handkerchiefs; Salvage Price. . . . . . , . .
Mens Belts, all prices, all wises, ail colors... " I
"VU-111 awurn?. lengths, all prices. J
vase price, each ...........
16e Mens Canvas Olnv.a R. 1 .'. V.Vi.',i "'.
Salvage Blanket prices, per pair. T. f5, i'." S
ton'storrUd'ln" affi Ucta r"
Don't allow yourself to bemh
led by fake or Imitation sale-.
De sure you're on the corner .;
First and Salmon. Lech r
the Boston Store stns.
DAVID LlOti, : : r