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OF THE WEEK
FLIES FAR OVER SEA.
Daring Air Man Eclipses AH Across-
accomplished a sensational and daring
feat Sunday by flying over the Medi
from Antibes to the little
Doings of the World at Large terranean
island of Gorgona off the Italian coast.
He covered more than 200 kilometers
Told in Brief.
—124.5 miles—establishing a new
record for over-sea flight.
did without the assistance of tugs,
General Resume of Important Event torpedo boats or any other craft to
guide him or to add to his confidence.
Presented in Condensed Form
Bague started at 7 :80 o’clock in the
for Our Busy Readers.
morning in a Blériot monoplane, with
the intention of landing on Corsica
anti proceeding thence by way of Sar
Storms are causing serious floods dinia and Sicily to Tunis.
ami washouts in California.
The aviator left the ground, rising
at once a considerable height. He
Corporations suffered all-around de shaped his course southward and soon
feat in the Seattle elections.
vanished. Aided by a strong wind,
Admiral Cone says oil will soon re his progress was rapid and a dispatch
was finally received here that he hail
place coal as fuel for the navy.
arrived at Gorgona. This island Jiea
The governor of Idaho has ordered between Corsica ami Leghorn.
all property assessed at its full value.
Bague landed there at 1 o'clock in
the afternoon, the decent being made
Senator Lorimer defends reciprocity with awkwardness ami with danger on
but condemns talk of annexation of account of the trees ami rocks. The
monoplane struck heavily and was
Minister Creel says there is no oc i badly damaged, but Bague was not
He had intend«*! landing at
casion for any nation to interfere in hurt.
, Ajacio, on the west coast of Corsica.
I but. losing his way, he shaped his
Ruef has arrived at San Quentin course too far north, going further
and in prisoner's garb and shaven . than he intended. Hague’s over-sea
head became convict No. 24.911.
i flight breaks the previous held by J.
A. D. McCurdy, who, on January 30
Salem. Or., showed the greatest per last, flew from Key West to within
eentage of gain in population of any ten miles of the Cuban shore, a dis
state capital in the United States.
tance of 91 miles.
A minister at Elgin. III., stated be
MUNICIPAL DANCE IS GIVEN.
fore a mass meeting that the “inter
ests” spent $625.000 to keep Lorimer
Experiment in New York Expected to
in his seat in the senate.
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AND
PROGRESS OF OUR HOME STATE
WAR ON ELECTRIC TRUST.
Cleveland, March 4. The United
States government began a fight here
First Course In Apiculture New Open Oregon Industries Required In 1009 today against what Is alleged to be
one of the moat complete monopolies New York Working (Jiris Start
Oregon Agricultural College* Cor-
Out of the 2,000,000.000 feet, Ima rd in the country, when suit was filed
Aallis A groat buzzing in th«* hives of measure, of timber cut in the state of against 35 concerns engaged in the
th«* Oregon Agricultural college apiary
manufacture of incandescent lights.
announces the fact that the bees are Oregon during the year of 1909, 800,-
The National Electric Lamp com Clad in Blouaa and Haram Skirt, Pro
awakening for their spring work. 000,000 feet were used in Oregon.
log«» of Mr*. O. H. P. Belmont
This is th«* first year that there has This fact is shown in n ro*|mrt just is pany, which has its headquarters here,
b«*en a course in b«*ek«H*ping at th«* sued by the Oregon Conservation com and the General Electric company, of
coll«*ge, and already then* are eight mission and the United States Forest New York, are nam«sl as two of the
young men from various parts of th«* service. Howard B. Oakleaf, of the defendants, and together are charged
state studying th«* various problems of United States Forest service, pre with being the keystone of a trust
Mineola, L. I., March 6. Mrs. O.
be«* cultun*. with these hives of Ital pared the ilata under the direction of
ian be«*» as a basis of their study, un J. R. Knapp, who is in charge of the that has ramifications in every statu 'ill. P. Belmont's ”farmerette»,” who
der H. F. Wilson, of th«* department engineering work of the service in in the Union.
art* to make th«* Blockholt estate blos
of zoology and entomology.
Th«* this district.
According to the government's pe som and produce like the Vale of Kas-
course teaches practical apicultural
Of the 800,000,000 feet used in the tition, the defendant companies are in ! mlr without th«* help of mere men. got
methods, and sjiecial attention is given state. 296,791,900 feet wore taken by
to the study of bee diseases. The stu the wood-using industries. Dividing a conspiracy in restraint of trade and ' down to "brass tucks” tislay.
dents will l*e taught not only how to the wood-using industries into their thereby have control of 97 |>er cent of teen of them, all from the borough of
keep bees for profit, but also the rota respective lines of manufacture, it is the country’s supply of electric lights. Manhattun, came down to llempstea<l
tion of beekeeping to th«* fertilization found that pulp in 1909 required 93,-
The trust is alleged to have had its ! with ho|u*» high and dress
of the tro*«*s in fruit orchards.
boxes, 77.916.500, origin soon after 1904, the year in
! tilled with farm clothes.
The roil lege plans to make this a sashes and doors, 43,158,500; interior
Those farm clothes are a very im-
strong course, with a special week of finish work, 22.660,000; amperage, which the patents on carbon filament
practical instruction for farmers anil 20,685,000; furniture manufacture, lamps expired. In 1906, it is charge«), 1 portant feature of Mrs. Belmont's
orchardmen in the short course next 9,835,350; excelsior. 4,320,000; bask a combination known as the Independ ! farm project for surffagettes.
winter. The course is open not only ets and veneers, 3,102,000 and other ent Lamp Manufacturers association
- Belmont designed them herself. As
to young men. but also to the young minor lines make up the balance.
obtaimsl control of the lamp output main ns the 14 new “ farmerettes”
women in th«* domestic science depart
and fixe«! prices, allotted business and
ment, and it is expected that, since
prescribed rules of sale for its mem joined six others at their new head-
POWER LINE PROGRESSES.
women have elsewhere proven emin
quartern, making 20 “ farmerettes”
ently successful in a commercial way
The General Electric company of in all, they unpacked their dress suit
in beekeeping, there will be a class of | Big Plant at Springfield Wilt Soon De New York is stated to have own«si
cases ami got right into their farm
young women registered for thy
liver Currant Through Valley.
75.2 jmr cent of the stock in thia com togs.
apiary work next year.
Eugene The transmission line ex bination and is accused of having ob
Each wore a wi«le-brimm«*d slouch
tending from th«- Oregon Power com tained exorbitant profits by restrain i hat, blue blouse, full but chic, with
UMATILLA TO BE OPENED.
pany's big electric plant at Spring ing trade and forcing high prices.
The petition asserts that the profits comfortable sleeves, not too much
field down th«* valley as far as Albany,
the combination, as paid in divi- puff«*d at shoulders to be ubs«>lute)y
Secretary of Interior Will’Place Tracts is practically complete, th«* linemen
were $50,000 in 1904; $260,000 , out of style, but nevertheless «(uullfy-
having reached Albany. Th«- us«- of
for Homestead Entry.
Bring Good Results.
in 1909 and $300,000 in 1910. Last Illg With motlish suggestlVeness.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Busch, the
Th«* skirts an* so near th«* “harem”
New York The experiment of giv
Washington The secretary of the
millionaire brewer, celebrate«! their
practically th«- entire Upper Wiliam y« ar the company i » said to have held as to lie well u<lupt«*«i to b«-«ldliig down
golden wedding anniversary at Pasa
in New York City. Park Commis that lands in the fourth unit of the ette valley, for numerous towns ami The capital is now listed at $5,000,- cows and to th«- picking of bugs from
dena. Cal., receiving over $506,000 out
, |M>tnto vines.
Stover has decide*«! that such Umatilla irrigation project in Oregon, cities b«*sides Springfield, Eugen«* and j 000.
worth of presents.
Twenty of the pioneers got to work
dances, given in a manner supplement will be ojs'n to homestead entry on Albany will be supplied with lelectric ! Thu extent of the industry thus
lights ami power from the line. Th«- •
Dr. Cook has asked President Taft ary to social work in more crowd«**! ' and after March 22, 1911, and that line, however, cannot be used for some ■ brought under fire is shown in the ' today learning just how a farm house
parts of the city, should bt* productive ' water will be furnished to these lands
to veto the promotion of Peary.
statement that approximately 80,000,- shouhi la- run. The six who got there
of good results, and accordingly the during the coming season. Water tim«* yet, lieeause th«* substations al ' <8)0 iam|>s an* sold in this country first heard the alarm clock sound at 6
About 100 people perished in a mov first experimental dance was held un right applications may also be made
every year for an aggregate purchas a. m. When the 14 others, who wen*
met nt the station by Mrs. Belmont,
der his direction in the pavilion in ! for lands within this unit heretofore completed. The line is 45 miles long ing amount of $18,000,000.
ing picture show fire in Russia.
were driven to th«- farm hous«* in furm
Hamilton Fish park at Houston and entered and for lands in private own- an«i is said to be one of th«* longest I
on the Coast. It was built at a cost |
wagons (not automobiles) work was
Mexican rebels trapped and captured Willett streets tonight.
AVIATION RECORD BROKEN.
tak< n up immediately.
a large force of government troops.
Howard Bradstreet, superintendent
The fourth unit contains 6,053 acres | are all over 40 feet high, are the heav
Mrs. Belmont open«*«l up th«* future.
of the playgrounds under Commission of irrigable land, of which 2.763
Columbia College of New York, re er Stover, aid«?d in managing the acres are public. Building charge iest obtainable and the big porcelain Two Fly 100 M>l«s in 2 Hour» and 7 ' She to|«l them it is her purpose to pur-
ceived gifts aggregating $2.000,000.
Minute» in Army Areoplans.
! chase 2.000 additions! acres abutting
affair. Mr. Stover said today that of $60 per acre is payable in not more i insulators cost over $1 apiece. Th«*
I heavy copper wire is almost a quarter
I.anio, Tex. —A world's aviation on the 1,100 of Brockholt ami that she
Northwest creamery men have unit
ed to overcome alleged favoritism of under any sort of municipal supervis payment not less than $6 per acre ex I that the cost of the transmission line re«-ord was broken between thie city Lintended to block out those expensive
acres inP> nice small farms for "far-
commission men toward Portland deal ion has been plann«*! in New York cept in case of lands hereafter entered is quite heavy.
and Envle Pass when Lieutenant Ben ' inerett«*». ”
Th«* towns of Coburg. Harrisburg jamin Fouloia, U. 8. A., and Aviator
Mr». Belmont is nothing if not con
Hamilton Fish park is located in acre and subsequent installments $6
and Junction City are alrea«ly being Philip C. Parmalee drove
sistent. It is said that she will wear
August Heinze, who nearly went one of the most densely populated sec per acre.
supplied with light ami power from
the real ”farmerette" get-up, divided
broke in the panic of 1907, has found tions of the East Side, where the
the plant at Springfield over this i aeroplane 106 mile» in 2 hours and 7 I skirts, slouch hut ami all.
another fortune in the gold fields of problem of recreation is always a diffi
UMATILLA PLANS HIGHWAY.
j transmission line and the company is
This is a world record in point of
planning on furnishing the»«* commod-
Fine I5-Mile Boulevard to Ron From ities to the other villages and farming tim«* and also a rerord for the United
BRYAN TO RUN NO MORE.
A telephone boy in the office of a
TITIAN BRINGS $150,000.
Pendleton to Athena.
communities in this part of the state. State» for a two-men flight.
New York stock broker, testified that
Under ideal weather conditions the Democratic Leader Says T. R. and
he made $30,000 by the recent failure Genuineness of Painting, Bought for
Pendleton — Umatilla county is to
machine aros«* at Fort McIntosh at 2
of several brokerage firms.
have at least one permanent highway,
Tait Carry Out His Policy.
DRAIN 1.000 ACRES.
Trifle, Shown by Cleaning.
o’clock thia afternoon an«l the binding
London—Sir Hugh Lane, honorary notwithstanding the failure of the
Replying to a humorous
director of the Municipal Art Gallery good roads measures before the recent Owyhee Farmer» Would Regulate speed of a mil«- a minute was made on sully of the toastmaster at a Press club
at Dublin, and governor of the Nation
Moisture in Soil.
several spurts. Great crowds cheered luncheon here, William Jennings
Wheat — Track prices: Bluestem, al Art Gallery of Ireland, has sold up by the Umatilla County Good
Nyssa - A m«>eting of land owners the aviators when they started and Bryan reiterated the statement that ho
81a82c: club, 78c; red Russian, 76c; Titian'sg “Portrait of a Man in a Red Roads association, many prominent
would not be a candidate for office
1 has decided that preliminary steps for greeted them on landing.
valley, 80c; 40-fold, 79c.
Cap” to an English collector for
again. Dr. G. Frank Lydsten, the
Barley—Feed, $23 per ton; brew $150,000.
toastmaster, had ren>ark<*d facetiously
1 under the Owyhee ditch be taken an«l
Lorimer Willing to Pay.
The portrait, which is supposed to highway from Pendleton to Athena, i that the engineer start the work at
that the running for office of Colonel
by way of Adams, a distance of 15
Washington, March 4. An item to Bryan had become an institution
Millstuffs—Bran, $20a21 per ton; be that of Lorenzo di Medici, became miles.
. .. - Sir Hugh bought
rather than an instance.
middlings, $27a28; shorts, $21a22; famous
Plans were under way to construct suffering from too much moisture, but defending his title to his seat wax
i— at Christie
1906. It was
Mr. Bryan, in hie reply, declared
rolled barley, $25.50a26.50.
this road in accordance witlf the pro
struck out of the general deficiency
Corn—Whole, $28; cracked, $29 ton. then so dirty that numerous experts, visions of the Tuttle road law, but condition. The owners realize the bill by the senate tonight, on motion that Roosevelt and Taft had borrowed
. although recognizing that it was a
Democratic doctrine, “so,” said he,
Oats—No. 1 white, $27a27.50 ton. I good painting, doubted that it was by since the legislature repealed this necessity of drainage am! the steps are of Lorimer himself. Even after Lori “why should 1 seek the hardships of
mer hail made his motion several sen
Hay — Track prices: Timothy, Titian, to whom the catalogue ascribed
waterlogged. Some of the section is ators protested against the item ever the White House when I can get other
Eastern Oregon, No. 1, $20a21 per it, and Sir Hugh was practically the build it, and this will be done.
owned by what is commonly called th«« having been put in the bill. Culber men willing to carry out my policies?
ton; mixed, $16a20; alfalfa, $11.50a only firm believer in it.
“roa«i grant company,” and the steps son and Clarke, of Arkansas, and Do not think, however, that because I
12; grain hay, $13al4.50; clover,
The Colnaghis and Dowdeswels,
am not a candidate for office, 1 am out
Walla Walla, Wash. When Now taken depend a great deal on the way Borah, the former two with much an of polities.**
i however, ran up the bidding until
ger, suggested that some members of
Vegetables — Carrots, 90ca$l per $11,025 was reached, at which price York hens beat those of the Walla
The engineer is preparing to put his
hundred; parsnips, $1; turnips, 90ca Sir Hugh secured it.
Cleaning re Walla valley they will have to "dust ” men in the field to sound the Boil and the committee on appropriations ha<l
TAFT TO REST IN SOUTH.
$1; beets, $1.25; cabbage, $1.50; vealed its genuineness. The .present Recently the press reports carried a to run the preliminary survey for the not known that the item was in the
garlic. 10al2cper pound; hothouse let buyer is unknown. He is believed to i story of the record made by the hens right of way.
President Plans Trip to Atlanta and
of Marcus Johnson, of Glenville, N.
tuce, 50a75c per box; pumpkins, 2c be a prominent London financier.
Chattanooga This Weak.
per pound; sprouts, 9c.
Extend Power Lines.
Washingotn, March 6.
New York One hundred thousand
liams, of Milton, Or., with 45 hens.
Paraguay Is In Revolt.
Green Fruits -Pears, $1.50al.75 per
Milton City Electrician Coyle and
Washington Serious revolutionary Buff Rocks, that laid 960 eggs during a large crew of men will commence Bibles have been ordered for general month's interim between tmlay and the
box; cranberries, $13.50 per barrel.
distribution by the Gid.-ons, as the assembling of the extra session, Pres-
the month of February, and it was
Apples—Fancy, $2a2.75; choice, $1 disturbances in Paraguay are report not a good month for eggs, either, work next week setting poles and members of the Christian Travelers’ ident Taft expects to spend several
«2; common, 50ca$l.
stringing wire for two power lines to association of America« style them weeks in the South, resting.
Mogan, United States minister to Mrs. Williams believes that when it
Potatoes—Oregon, buying price., Paraguay and Uruguay stationed at comes to egg records her hens are Is* projected into the country north selves. The order is said to be the •On March 10 he will address the
and west of Milton. The line is to be
$1.25al.5O per hundred.
Montevideo in the latter country. The “there with the bells,” and she want« built at once, while another is soon to largest ever placed and it forms part Southern Commercial congress at At
of a national plan to place a Bible in lanta. Today he parctically promised
Onions—Buying price, $2.25 per revolutionists have control of the to be shown when they are pass«-«! by Í
be tftjilt on the east side of the Walla every hotel bedroom in the country. Representative Moon, of Tennessee,
southern end of the railroad between any other variety, so far as winter Waila river.
W. E. Henderson, national secretary that on his way to Atlanta he will
Poultry—Live: Hens, 20c; springs, Concepcion and Asuncion and 3,000 laying is concern«*!.
The new lines will be similar to of the Gideons, said here that he had stop for a day or a portion thereof at
19}a20c; ducks, 20a23c; geese, 12a government troops have been sent to
those built by the city two years ago, been promised one-fourth of the order Chattanooga. After his visit to At
Farm Brings $90,000.
All traffic on the rail-
12jc; dressed turkeys, choice, 23a25c. j oppose them.
and which have been in use ever for San Francisco and the Pacific lanta the president probably will go
Eggs—Oregon ranch, 20a21c per
since. The past two years have dem
to Augusta to s|M*nd a week or 10 days
lutionists with five vessels have start Umatilla county farmer, has disposed onstrated to many of the farmers the coast.
in taking life easy, playing golf and
of his 920-acre wheat ranch near this cheapness of electricity for pumping
Butter—City creamery, extras, 1 of the craft flying the Argentine flag. ity for $90,000, making one of the
forgetting for a short time all almut
Seamen Are Threatening.
purposes, and it is now thought that a
and 2-pound prints, in boxes, 31c per
Antwerp The International Sea the cares of state.
most important real estate deals ever large field is opening up for the sur
pound; less than boxes, cartons and
Mob Seeks Bones As Souvenirs.
consummated in this county. Barney plus of municipal juice which has been men's congress which threatens to ad
Personal Wealth Given.
New York A crowd of nearly 2,000 Anderson, a local farmer, is the pur generated since the extension and ch vocate a general strike throughout
Pork—Fancy, 10}allc per pound.
the world at the time of the corona
souvenir hunters struggled with a chaser. The land is used exclusively largement of the municipal plant.
Fairbanks, Alaska. To restore the
Veal—Fancy, 85 to 125 pounds, 12J small force of police Monday in a for growing wheat, and for this pur
tion of King George, unless ship own instutition to a solvent condition anil
al 3c per pound.
ers satisfy th«*ir demands, will open to satisfy dollar for dollar the out
wild effort to get human bones which pose is regarded as one of the best
Baker Wants Own Plant.
here Monday. The men included in standing claims of every diqxisitor and
Hops—1910 crop, 18c; 1909 crop, were unearthed by workmen on the farms in the country. Bahr recently
12al2ic; contracts, 15c.
site of the Forsythe M. E. church. purchased a fine home near Lents.
Raker The city commissioners at their demands a cessation of the use other creditors, E. T. Barnette, ex
a meeting instructed the city engineer of the rubber stamp on the wrist by president of the defunct Washington-
Wool—Eastern Oregon, 12al8c; val The report that laborers had uncov
Oregon Land Value High.
ered scores of skeletons in the ancient
to prepare estimates and cost for in doctors as a means of showing rmslical Alaska bank has turned over to a com
ley, 17al9c; mohair, choice, 30c.
Eugene Papera were signed here stalling a municipal lighting plant. examination, better quarters and final, mittee of depositors deeds to proper*
Cattle—Prime steers, $6.75a7; good burying ground spread through the
a deal whereby 5,000 acres of The plan is to construct a pipe line and the atxdition of shipping masters. ties that constitute almost his entire
to choice, $6.50a6.75; fair to good,
wealth, including all his interests in
$6.25a6.50; common, $4a5.; choice to there out of morbid curiosity. Five big land near Creswell changed hands at a from Elk creek to Salmon creek to re
Twenty "Workers” Released.
the famous Mexican estate, near Aca
prime cows, $5.25a5.75; good to barrels had been filled with the bones consideration of $150,000. The pur place the old flume. It is believed the
Fresno, Cal., March 4. Twenty In pulco, property in Fairbanks and gold
common, $2a4; and so eager were men and women to chasers are two men from Minne new plan will furnish sufficient power
choice spayed heifers, $5.25a5.50; get a bone that they rushed a squat! of apolis, one of them a banker, but the for an electric lighting plant to be dustrial Workers of the World had mines on Vault and Dome creeks,
names are carefully withheld. It is owned by the city. The plan also in been released from the county jail up worth not less than $1,600,000.
good to choice, heifers, $5a5.25; officers down a 60-foot embankment.
the intention of the purchasers to cludes the construction of a new reser to noon today. This is exclusive of
choice bulls, $4.50a4.75; fair to good
Siletz Settlers Win.
plant the entire tract to fruit, tiegin voir of 3,000,000 gallons. If carried the 37 released yesterday. The men
Executions to Be Secret.
fat bulls, $3.75a4; common, $3a3.50;
Washington, March 6.— President ning work as soon as possible. The out the enterprise will save the city felt jubilant over the compromise on
New Orleans, La. The 45 members
choice light calves, $7.75a8; fair to
good, $7a7.50; choice heavy calves, Taft shortly before noon today signed sale has been pending for some time. thousands of dollars in lighting every the free speech question arrived at of the Liberal party in Nicaragua
year and will also furnish cheap pow with the city authorities, and indulged who have bepn condemned to death
|5.25a5.50; fair to medium, $4.75a5; Representative Hawley’s bill grant
Water System for Toledo.
er for commercial purposes.
in songs as they packed up their be for participating in the plot to assas
choice stags, $5.50a6; fair to good, ing relief to certain settlers on the
Toledo The city council has em
Siletz reservation, practically the
longings, preparatory to their libera sinate President Estrada, and to over
Develop Coal in Coquille.
bill that received a pocket veto ployed engineers to make plans for
throw the government include many
Hogs—Choice, $8.50a8.75; good to same
the proposed water system. As soon
—A deal in Oregon coal
men prominent in Nicaraguan affairs
choice, $8.25a8.50; poor, $7a7.50.
Suffragists Dealt Blow.
The bill only confirms those entries as estimates of cost are prepared an lands involving about $155,000 was
during the Zelaya administration.
Sheep — Choice yearling wethers, made for the exclusive use and benefit elction will be called to authorize the closed here when H. B. Guthrey,
Topeka, Kan. Presidential suffrage Mail advices received here show that
grain fed, $4.50a4.85; old wethers, of the entrymen, which have been act issuance of bonds.
George E. Pike an«i R. E. Doan sold for women was voted down by the the men are confined in various peni
$4a4.25; choice ewes, grain fed, $3.50, ually improved and have not been sold
to the Pulaski Coal & Navigation com Kansas house in—committee of the tentiaries in Nicaragua. The date of
a4; fair to medium, grain fed, $2.75a or contracted to be sold by entrymen.
Oil Well Down 2,000 Feet.
pany 329 acres of coal land at Coquille whole, 50 to 48, after it had been intended execution is kept secret.
3.25; choice lambs, grain fed, $5.50a
Dallas The Whiteaker oil well has near tidewater.
The company will acted upon favorably by the senate.
6.75; good to choice, grain fed, $5a
King To Be "Kids’” Host.
reached a depth of 2,000 feet and the begin immediately to arrang«- at a cost Both houses have already voted to sub
Huns Sand Home Many Millions.
5.50; fair to good, $4.50a5.50; poor
London King George will entertain drill is being operated to its full ea of about $75,000 for the development mit a woman suffrage constitutional
Vienna The records of the Hungar
10,W0 children in London, according pacity. Promoters of the venture rn re of the property on an extensive scale amendment to the voters, but this ian postoffice show that $37,000,000
Hay fed sheep and lambs 50c lower to
«i a coronation
leie ( greatly enœuragf.d with the prospects and the shipment of coal to Coast proposition does not include the ballot was sent to Hungary during 1910 by
than grain fed.
< i to be held in Crystal Palace, June 30 of striking oil.
points. It is of first-class quality.
I for president.
Austro-Hugarians living in America.
O. A. C. TEACHES BEE-RAISING
MUCH LUMBER USED HERE.