Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916, October 15, 1908, Image 2

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    PREY T O G A M B LE R S .
The Estacada Progress
INEWS NOTES GATHERED FROM
VARIOUS PARTS Of OREGON
OPPOSE PARCELS PO ST.
VALUE O F W H E A T .
1 won»««, etc., aud ther e will usually be
I skim-milk or bu ttermilk. There need
therefo re be uo cost for anim al food,
Good Profit May Be Made by Feeding resu lting iu a sa ving of 8 to 10 cents
iM H C d E a c h T h u r s d a y
to Poultry at High Prices.
per fowl. The clover or grass they eat
P o u ltry m a n . O regon A g ric u l­ will have little m ark etab le value. The
Dallas, S. D , O ct. 13.— It is esti
S a n F ra n c isc o , O ct. 9.— A s se m b lin g By Ju m e a Dry*>en.
tu ra l C ollide. Corvallis.
de stru ction of grasshop pers iu the
OREGON
ESTACADA
m a t e d t h a t 1,000 l a n d -seek e rs wh o
af ter half a day of r ecreatio n , t h e d e l ­
The prices of po ultry and eggs fol clover au d graiu fields aud of bugs iu
h ave co m e t o D allas a n d G r e g o ry
e g a te s t o t h e n in e t e e n t h se ss io n of the low closely t h e tren d of wheat prices the orchards will, where these insects
D E S C H U T E S * BID T O O H I G H .
T R A V E L IN G LIBRARIES.
h ave lost th eir m o n e y at g a m i n g ta
T r a n s - M ississip p i C o m m e r c i a l c o n ­ and of corn prices, the two sta ple poul­ ar e bud, offset a large p a r t of the an
bles a n d a r e “ b r o k e .” M a n y m o r e
g r e ss d e v o te d y e s t e r d a y a f t e r n o o n a n d try foods in the United States. The uual cost of food for the fowls iu
State Land Board Balks at S 6 0 an Oregon Now Has 90, With 6,000
ten den cy is for po ultry keepers to cu r­ b e tte r crops.
w h o h ave lost all th eir r e a d y cas h
ev en in g to p ractical a d d r e s s e s o n the
Iu experim ents w ith larger breeds
Acre Lien.
Volumes, Scattered Over State.
tail the flock of po ultry when prices
have b een fo rced t o te l e g r a p h for
d e v e l o p m e n t of th e W e s t a n d brief of food are high, an d to increase the the eost of feeding was greater. The
Salem __ The sta te land board, at its
The
Oregon
l ib ra ry
commission,
sp e e c h e s e x p l a n a t o r y o f reso lu tio n s flock when the prices of food are low. cost of feeding Ply m o u th Rocks a v e r ­
1 m o n ey .
last meeting, heard and took un der a d ­ which has its head q u arters in the sta te
N e a r l y 00,000 p e r s o n s have regis
house a t Salem, has charge of DO t r a v e l ­ u n d e r c o n s i d e r a t i o n by t h e v ario u s When the gr ain prices rise more poul­ aged $1.15 per fowl aud of Wyaud ottes
visement the application of the I)es ing libraries, 5,000 volumes, which con­
$ 1 . 00 . This ex tr a cost is largely offset
c o m m i t t e e s . H e r e a f t e r o n e h alf of t r y aro sent to m arket, ami l ater on
_
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. t e r e d at t h e s e two points already and
ther e is a sc arcity of both po ultry and when the fowls are m arketed, the
penings Presented in a Brief and n e a r ly as m a n y m o r e are e x p e c t e d be eh u tes Irrig atio n & Power com pany for sti t u t e O re g o n ’s s t a te lending library.
each day is to be t a k e n up by e n t e r
larg er breeds bringing more thu u the
® gg»-
Comprehensive Manner for Busy fore th e perio d of re g i s t r a t i o n closes. a co n tract for the reclam ation of 74,- Each lib ra ry contains from 50 to 60
The question for the poultry m an and small breeds.
Readers— National, Political, His­ H u n d r e d s r e t u r n as quick as t h e y have 'U)0 acres of laud south a n d east of the books, which aro selected to suit d i f ­ t a i n m e n t p ro v id ed by th e c o m m ercial
fere nce ages an d tastes. These libraries bod ies of S an F r a n c i s c o a n d of the th e farm er to consider in this connec­
torical and Commercial.
r e g iste r e d , but th o u s a n d s have re tract t h a t company is alread y reclaim ­ are sent to a n y com mun ity in Oregon, 1200 d e l e g a t e s w h o are r e g i s t e r e d as tion is, a t what prieeg of gr ain does
In answer to an inqu iry r elativ e to
ing in the v icin ity of Bend, Crook absolutely free, except t r a n sp o r ta tio n a t t e n d i n g t h e co n g r ess , fully o n e - th ird it pay the farm e r to market the grain the way iu which to tell the difference
m a in e d for t h e draw in g .
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r a th e r than feed it to the poultry, for between the edible mushroom aud the
G a m b le r s have o p e r a t e d t h e i r g a m e s County. This new t r a c t is what is charges. We will h ave more libraries
S erv ian s hav€
eized a H u n g a r i a n w ith o u t r e s t r a i n t an d are said to have what is kuown as the Benham Falls this w in ter a n d should be glad to com by s t e a m e r to m a n y p o i n t s of in te r e st th e business of the farm er is to g et the poisonous va riety, the statiou replied:
on
th
e
bay.
There are so many different species
most out of th e soil, w hether it be
munieate with anyone who is interested
to w n .
project.
A n ew flood o f res o l u t i o n s deluged raw or conce ntrated products. I t is a of mushrooms, and they are so nearly
m a d e r e m a r k a b le win n in g s. T h e y run
The s ta te has a contract with th to kuow more about them.
R o o s ev elt h as refu s ed t o g o o n the pell m ell 24 h o u r s a day, w ith th e
the s e c r e t a r y ’s d e s k a f t e r th e d e l e ­ fine point to deter m ine ju s t where tho like the poisonous varieties, t h a t it is
The
85
stations
which
are
now
r
e
­
United S tates for th e reclamation of
stum p.
g a te s r e tu rn e d . B ecau se of t h e e x ­ profit in feeding po ultry as well as impossible for an inexperienced person
g a m e s as s t r o n g at d a y b r e a k as w h en this tract, an d now the question is to ceiving t rav elin g libra ries are located
te n d e d d e b a t e s t h a t have o c c u r r e d in other livestock disa pp ears in the up-1 to d etect tho difference. Botanists do
F e r d i n a n d has e n t e r e d Sofia as th e s u n sets.
whom th e sta te shall let th e contract in th e counties of th e s ta te as follows: th e se ss io n s of th e c o m m i t t e e o n reso
ward ten den cy of the price of gr ain; not usually recognize a n y difference be-
Ba ker county, one st a tio n ; Clackamas,
c z a r of Bulgaria.
of
co
n
stru
ctin
g
a
reclamation
system.
T o be b r o k e in th is c o u n t r y m ean s
lutions, it is p r o b a b le t h a t th e actio n
The Deschutes company w an ts a lien eig h t; Clatsop, two; Columbia, th ree; u p o n m a n y of th e i m p o r t a n t m ea s u re s in other words, a t w h at po int is there tween mushrooms an d toadstools. Tho
T u r k e y is se n d i n g cr u iser s t o the s o m e th i n g t o a m an , becau se he
a
p a r tin g of tho ways between a profit best way is i> learn to recognize cer-
Crook,
one;
Douglas,
two;
Gilliam,
two
I slan d of Sam os.
w i t h o u t friends, g en erally , a n d at of $60 an acre for reclaiming tlie land, G r a n t ; fivo ; Jackson, fo ur; Hood for w hich a p p r o v a l has b een ask ed nnd a loss!
I tain species
edible mushrooms, even
hut
th
ere
aro
indications
t
h
a
t
the
board
Ja p a n e s e m a s s a c r e d a p a r t y of a tim e w h e n it is n o t eas y to m ake thinks th is is too much. I t is reported River, one; Josephine, four; K lam ath , will be retard e d .
Tho general tendency among farmer * though th e num ber be few. A common
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T h e c o m m i t t e e h a s d ecid ed to r e ­ is to sell the grain, r a th e r th an feed va riety, kn own botanically as * Agaricus
one; Lane, fiv e; Lincoln, on e; Linn,
f rien d ly C o r e a n s by m i s t a k e for in­
ries m a n y m e n w h o h ave lo st th eir th at the Twin F alls L and & W a te r seven; Malheur, fo u r; Marion, seven; co m m e n d , in m o d ified fo rm , th e r e s o ­ it, long before the p a r tin g of the ways | cam pestrias L .,’ is not poisonous, and
su r g e n ts .
m o n e y an d risk th e i r lives rid in g on company, which operated exten sively in Morrow, two; Polk, th ree; Sherman lution u r g i n g th e n eces sity of p r o v i d ­
has been reached, anil it is a knowledge by th e following description you may
Idaho an d eas tern Washington, is f i g ­
C a s t r o 's h ealth has im p ro v e d so b r a k e beams.
th ree;
Tillamook,
th ree;
Um atilla, ing for a r e j u v e n a t e d m e r c h a n t m a ­ of th is f a c t t h a t assures the skillful i be able to recognize it:
m u c h t h a t he is ag ain ab le to be out
N o land o p e n i n g has e v er b r o u g h t u ring on u n d ertak in g the Benh am Falls three;
rine. a n d a f t e r a b i t t e r d e b a t e o f s e v ­ an d persisten t feeder of a profit. The |
Union,
th
ree;
Wasco,
one
‘ The stem is cylindrical, or tapers a
o n th e streets.
m o r e people, a n d t h e y all co m e with project at a price less th an t h a t named Washington, fou r; Wheeler, one; Yam eral h o u rs, d e t e r m i n e d to r e p o r t ad p a r tin g of the wavs comes ver y soon j little towar d the lower end. N ear its
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,
" » u n i t i u m u *vu>9 v m i ll 9 v e r y s o o n
by the Deschutes company.
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D u r in g a q u arre l at T u c so n . Ariz.,
t h * ; r ; l u " 0,n ci; m m " " ; * , h e to the m ajo rity o f feeders. One man upper end is a sort of collar, usually
The board will send S t a t e Engin eer hill, three.
b e tw e e n tw o c a r p e n te r s, o n e hit the b lin g spirit stick to t h e r o u le tte and Lewis to inspect th e land a n d report.
The books of the eleven tr a v e lin g li a tti u d e of 1 o s t m a s t e r O euera) M e y e r may bo tolIin£ th e ox act t r u th whl,n termed a ‘ r i n g , ’ which encircles it.
faro tables, w ith th e r esu lt t h a t sev
o n th e s u b je c t of a p ar cels po st, I he he sav8 t h a t ,10 pan maUe n „
fit in This is ver y delicate, white like tho
o th e r , b r e a k in g his neck.
b
raries
which
were
retu
rn
ed
to
the
o
f
P>
eral h u n d r e d are living o n c h a r ity The company es tim ates t h a t 31 per cent fice betw een August 12 an d Aug ust 20 l a t t e r topic is e x p e c te d to fu rn is h the
feeding seventy-five cent wheat, and stem, and of very thin, sa tin y texture.
T h e F r e n c h g o v e r n m e n t says the until t h e y can g et o u t of t h e co u n try . of the en tire tr a c t is non-irrigable.
basis of a lively c o n t e s t o n t h e floor another m ay be equally tr u th f u l when The circular, expanded disk into which
The s t a te land board adopted a new had a total circulation of 1,842.
D a r d a n e l l e s sh o u ld be o p e n e d while
The following books were among of th e co n g r ess .
ho says ho can make a profit in feed­ the stem fits is called the ‘ cap .’ Tho
and im p o rtan t rule relatin g to resi-
t h e B alk an tro u b le is b ein g settled.
LO N D O N C E N TE R OF IN TE R E S T.
ing one-dollar wheat. The difference \ su rface is sometimes white, altho ugh
ence on reclaim ed land in th e Des­ those t h a t were th e most popular:
J a m e s G. W h i t e h o u s e , o n e of the
W AR O N A U S T R I A .
in the two men is a difference in skill | sometimes brownish, and usually cov­
chutes projects. Her etofore the rules Church, Stories from Hom er ; Dumas,
b est k n o w n lead ers in se cre t o rd ers ,
Count
of
M
on
te
Cristo;
Kin
gsley,
W
e
s
t
­
in feeding. W ith good stock and good 1 ered by a thin lay er of delicate threads.
St. Petersburg Watching Outcome of have requested purchasers of reclaimed
is dead at his h o m e in P ro v id e n c e
land to reside th ree months on the land war d Ho; Kipling, K im ; Kipling, Light People of Servia Renew Demands on enro the skillful feeder will make a The flesh or in ner portion is more com­
Conference in England.
T
h
a
t
F
a
ile
d
;
Pyle,
Some
A
d
ventures
of
Con n.
profit
in feeding high-priced grain, luff pact, anil is white also. Numerou s thin
and p u t one-eighth of it. u nder cu ltiv a­
King Peter.
no one can m ake a profit with poor plates, or ‘ gills,’ are on the un der aide
St. P e t e r s b u r g , Oct. 13.— T h e cen tion within three y ears from th e date Robi n Hood; Schafer, H isto ry of the
A S p an ish b allo o n fell a d istan c e o
B e lg rad e, Oct. 9.— G r e a t c r o w d s stock an d poor care a t an y price for of the cap, which rad iate from n ear tho
6,000 feet an d t h e o c c u p a n t s w ere un t e r of in t e r e s t in the N e a r E a s t crisis f application. The rulo adopted p er­ Pac ific N o rth w est; Stevenson, M aster
Tileston, C h ild r e n ’s ag ain s u r r o u n d e d t h e p alace last grain.
ste m to tho m ar gi n of the cap. When
injure d. T h e gas b a g b ecam e ripped h as b een t r a n s f e r r e d t o L o n d o n , an d mits the s e t tl e r to “ prove u p “ by f B a ll a n t r a e ;
Hou
r;
Wallace,
Ben
Hur.
Tho price of w h eat is higher now th e p lan t is very yo ung the gills are
showing a 30-day residence, th e culti-
a n d acted as a p arach u te.
night, s h o u t i n g for w a r an d callin g for
th e Russian fo reig n office is m a r k i n g v ation of 7
Besides
th
e
trav
elin
g
lib
ra
ries
the
f i rs t white, b u t soon become a dark,
th
an
it
has
been
for
prob
ably
ten
or
per cent of his land and
R o o sev elt w r o te to th e S o u t h e r n t im e in its n e g o t i a t i o n s w ith o t h e r the erection of
mmission has a collection of books the kin g t o ap p ear. F i n a l l y K in g fifteen years, an d it is fre quently said pink color, a u d in ago changes to d ark
a
fo
ur
room
house.
P e a c e co n g r ess , in se ssio n a t G reen s
on “ Municipal G o v ern m en t” and a col P e t e r , a c c o m p a n i e d b y t h e C r o w n t h a t it is too high to feed to chickens. brown. Tho subs tance of the stem is
p o w e r s c o n c e r n i n g t h e co n v o catio n
b o r o , N. C , sa y in g th a t a r m a m e n t i
lection on “ R o a d s” which it is glad to Prince, c am e to th e b a lc o n y a n d i m ­
Two or th ree things should be con­ less compact at the center, b u t the stem
o f a c o n g r e ss u n til th e o u t c o m e of the
th e b est g u a r a n t e e of peace.
G IVES E L E C T O R S ’ NAMES.
loan to an y person or a n y organization
plo red th e p eo p le n o t to cau se a d i s ­ sidered in th is connection. F irst, the is not really hollow, though in some in­
c o n f e r e n c e s b e t w e e n M. I sw o lck y , Sir
th
e
state.
The
one
on
“
Municipal
prices of po ultry and eggs will rise if stances there aro sligh t indications of
A V irg in ia girl has m a r ri e d a Brit
tu rb an ce. H e said:
E d w a r d G r e y a n d K i n g E d w a r d ar e Secretary Benson Issues Form of Bal­ G o v e r n m e n t” considers municipal im ­
many chickens ar e m ar keted , and tho it. This mushroom wiTl bo found in
ish nav al officer,
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;
prov ement, sa nita tion, w a t e r supply,
farm e r who keeps his chickens will sod, where shade is plentiful.
k nown.
b
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will
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”
lot for November Election"
I n t e rn a t i o n a l b allo o n races ar e be
public health, sewage disposal, gas and
“ I t is probable t h a t tho mushroom
T h e c r o w d c h eered th e king, but make as much profit as ho did when
E m p e r o r N ich o las h a s d ecid ed to
in g h eld n e a r Berlin, G erm an y .
S alem — S ecretary of S t a t e Benson electric light plants an d city roads and
the price of w h eat was low. T h at is, responsible for a m ajo rity of the deaths
leave t h e l e t t e r of E m p e r o r F ra n c i s has issued the form o f ballot co n tain ­ pa vem ents in a practical way. The li c o n tin u e d t o sh o u t, “ W a r w i t h A u s ­ tho price of po ul try products will a d ­ from eatin g this p lan t is tho A m anita
B ritain
c o n tin u e s
to
hold
out
tria .”
b r a ry on “ R o a d s ” gives th e value of
j u s t itself to the prices of grain. Sec­ phalloides. By a novice, it mig ht eas­
a g a in s t A u s tr ia a n d d e f e n d s T u r k e y J o s e p h u n a n s w e r e d u n til M. Is w o l s k
ing th e names of all candidates for good roads a n d practical directions for
T h e r e p o r t o f th e r e s i g n a t i o n o f th e
ond, how much does it really cost to ily be t ak en for the Agaricus campes-
r e t u r n s t o St. P e t e r s b u r g .
Count
m
in
isters
w
a
s
p
r
e
m
a
t
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e
,
b
u
t
t
h
e
r
a
d
­
presidential
electors
a
t
the
November
S e n a t o r B e v erid g e is q u ite ill and
construction and m ain tain in g them ;
feed a hen for a y e a r ! Does an y ono tris. However, tho form er usually oc­
has b een fo rced to can ce l se vera l B e rc h th o ld , th e A u s tr i a n a m b as sad o r, •lection. The candidates of the five also road laws of Oregon and some other icals a r e t r y i n g to b r i n g th is about, k n o w !
curs in th e woods, while the edible v a ­
c h a r g i n g t h e m with inactiv ity in th e
was clo seted w ith M. T ch ary k o ff, the
s p e a k i n g dates.
states.
I n exp er im ents made b y the writer, riety j u s t described occurs in open
political p arties are as follows:
p r e s e n t i ritical situ atio n , a n d it is covering several years, in which every
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g
f
o
reig
n
m
in
ister,
t
h
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n
t
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r
e
a
f
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places. Professor G. F. Atkinson, of tho
T h e T ra n s -M iss isip p i C o n g r e s s ha
Republican— K. R Butler, of M u l t ­
feared t h a t a ca b in e t crisis m a y be ounce of food was weighed, six pens b o tan y division of th e Cornell un iv er­
Open Branch Next Month.
t e r n o o n . A t the close of th e in ter nomah county; J. D. Lee, of Multno­
t u r n e d d o w n th e parcels p o st, after
forced.
of
Legho
rn
hens
consumed
during
the
sity
agricultura l exp erim ent sta tion, do-
P
o
r
t
l
a
n
d
—
O.
R.
&
N.
officials
have
sp irited deb ate.
view he r e i t e r a t e d th e s t a t e m e n t th at mah co unty; A. C. Marsters, of Doug-
T h e r e p o r t s p r e a d y e s t e r d a y th at y e a r 564 pounds wheat, 296 pounds
scribes the A m an ita phalloides as fol­
M u c h of t h e w h e a t g r o w n in the A u s tr ia wo u ld refu se to p a rticip ate in as county; F r a n k J. Miller, of Linn set Novem ber 2 as th e d ate for the the c r o w n p rin ce had a n n o u n c e d his corn, 203 pounds oats, 112 pounds bran lows:
formal opening of th e Wallowa e x ten ­ de sire to lead an a r m y in to B o s n ia
p r o v in c e of O n t a r i o , C anada, is being a c o n g r e s s u n less t h e B o sn ia questio n county.
and sh orts and 235 pounds skim milk,
“ It is pure white, an d possesses an
Democratic— O. P. Coshow, of Doug­ sion into Enterp rise. On t h a t d ay the T h is w as r eceiv ed w ith p o p u l a r ac ­
m o v e d t o tid e w a t e r b y A m e r ic a n was ex clu d ed fro m this p r o g ra m .
in addition to some anim al food. The an nulus or collar, b u t w h at is most
firs t regular passenger train s into E n ­
carrie rs .
T h e q u e s tio n o f tlifc r e c o g n itio n of las co u n ty ; August Iluckestein, of terprise will be oper ated and a few claim, a n d he was gi ven a n o v atio n cost of tho total food per fowl for tho im p o rtan t the base of the stem rests in
Marion county; E. S. J . McAllister, of
while d r i v in g in his m o t o r c a r in the y e a r var ied in different pens from 61 a cup-like envelope called th o volva.
A m a n an d w o m a n b o u n d t o g e t h e r B u lg arian in d e p e n d e n c e has for th
Multnomah county; Samuel White, of days later the line into Joseph will be a f te rn o o n . T h o u s a n d s of p eo p le p r o ­
w e r e fou n d d r o w n e d n e a r N ew Y ork tim e b ein g d r o p p e d o u t of sight, but Ba ker county.
in operation, th is completing the ex ceed ed in to th e c o u n t r y t o m e e t the cents to 78 cents, an d av er ag ed 66 . . . The pilous in this form is
cents. The wheat w as charged a t 1 smooth, viscid to the touch, and pure
I n v e s t i g a t i o n sh o w e d t h a t t h e y had Russia h as a s su r e d B u lg aria t h a t she
P ro h ib itio n — W. P. Elmore, of Linn tension. As soon as th e Joseph ter tr o o p s r e t u r n i n g fro m m a n e u v e r s, an d
will s u p p o r t her p r e t e n t i o n s b efo re
cent a pound, corn nt 1 V4 cents, oats
e n t e r e d into a suicide pact,
county; H iram Gould, of Was hington minus is connected with Elgin all of es c o rt e d t h e m in to th e t o w n s in g in g a t a cent, skim milk a t a fifth of a white, as is also the annulus, stem and
the co n g ress.
volva, though the l a t t e r is soiled by
Wallowa will be provided w ith t r a n s w ar songs.
A lone r o b b e r h eld u p a sta g e n ear
T h e fo reig n office h a s received county; A. ,T. Hunsaker, of Yamhill por tation.
ce
nt an d bran anil shorts a t three- particles of earth. The stem is nearly
Regu lar
passenger
and
M isso ula, M o n t. F r o m $5 to $25 each fro m a sc o re of cities in T u r k e y t e le ­ county; F. McKercher, of Multnom ah
fifths of a cent. The anim al food cost cylindrical, tap erin g sligh tly from the
fre ight tr ain s will be oper ated on th
w as o b ta in e d f ro m th e 12 p a s se n g e r s g r a m s p r o t e s t i n g a g a in s t the A u s tr o county.
LIM IT SKYSCRAPERS.
from 5 to 6 cents per fowl. The wheat bulbous base. I t is hollow, or stuffed
Socialist— P e t e r S. Beck, of U m a­ entire line before Dece mber 1. The
H u n g e r w as g iv en as an ex cu s e by H u n g a r i a n - B u l g a r i a n action, which
constituted nearly a h alf of the total with cotton y, mycelial threads.
The
bran ch is 63 miles long.
t h e ban dit.
h a v e b een a d o p t e d at m a s s m e e t i n g s tilla county; W. T. Grider, of Union
1
gills are usually pur e white, even in
New York Building Authorities De­ cost.
The hens laid an av erag e of 144 eggs age, an d are nearly free from the stem.
T h e U n i t e d S t a t e s circu it c o u r t of h eld u n d e r th e au sp ices o f th e Y o u n g w u n ty ; Ja m e s E. Quick, of Coos
cide on 300 Feet.
T o Develop Lane.
per fowl, valued a t $1.68 a t local prices When d ecaying the p lan t emits a very
a p p eals at C h ica g o has m o dified the T u r k s . T h e t e l e g r a m s are identical in county; F. C. Var ner , of Be nton
county.
Eug ene.— The L an e Coun ty Asset
in j u n c t i o n s a g a i n s t p ick etin g , a llo w ­ tex t, s h o w in g a c e r t a i n origin.
N e w Y o rk , Oct. 9.—T h e com ijiitte e for eggs. The prices were from 10 disagreeable o dor.” — Fro m Was hing ton
In
dep
en
den
ce—
John
W.
B
en
n
ett,
of
in g u n io n s to th u s fight e m p l o y e r s so
company, w ith a capital stock of $10 o n public b u ild in g s of th e b o a r d of cents to 25 cents per dozen, much S tate college, Pullman.
Clackam as county; William R. Lake,
JA P A N ES E G R E E T IN G WARM.
lower th an the prices are in Oregon
l o n g as it is d o n e p eace ab ly
of Multnom ah county; Michael J . Mal- 000, lias been inco rporated a t Eugene. a l d e r m e n h a s a n n o u n c e d a public h e a r ­ a t the present time. I f wheat had been
An inquiry which will be of interest
T h e b a t t l e s h i p fleet has left M anila
The
incorporators
are
F
.
E.
Dunn,
A1
ley, of Multnom ah county; Thomas A.
ing on th e p r o p o sa l to limit t h e h eight worth, say, 90 cents an d had been
Yokohama T urn s Out to Do Honor Sweeney, of M ultnomah county.
ton Hampton and Jo sep h Fellman, all of all b u ild in g s in N e w Yor k. I f the charged for a t t h a t rate, and bran at to fru i t growers of sou thwester n W as h ­
fo r Ja p a n .
prom inent merchants of this city. The i ld e r m e n s h o u l d a d o p t th e p ro p o sal, 1 cent a pound, the cost per fowl ington a n d northwestern Oregon was
to San Francisco Business Men
T h e a r m y re t i ri n g b o a r o
referred to th e d ep artm en t of ho rticul­
object of the new company is to
Homestead Case Up.
ifter th e h e a r i n g it m u s t g o to th e would have been about 16 cents more,
C o lo n el S t e w a r t is disabled.
Y o k o h a m a , O ct. 13.— Y o k o h a m a is
somble assets and offer them to cap b o ard o f e s tim ates , a n d t h e m a y o r or 80 cents instead of 66 cents. But ture. I t follows:
K l a m a t h F alls.—J. G. P ie r c e and italists to induce them to come to Lan
“ K in d ly give me some adv ice con­
b laze o f co lo r with A m e r ic a n and
A B ritish fleet h a s b e e n senv to
eggs are also higher in price th an they cer ning the gr owing of raspberries and
will h ave t h e final decision.
T u r k e y to k eep th e c o u n t r y quiet.
J a p a n e s e fiags fly in g f ro m ev ery C h a rles E . W a r d e n of this city have coun ty to develop its resources. Rail
It is p r o p o s e d t o limit th e h e ig h t of were then.
b een m a d e d e f e n d a n t s in a suit road enterprises, especially, will be en
blackberries un der the conditions found
A c o n f e r e n c e of th e p o w e r s o n t h t building, in h o n o r o f t h e d eleg atio n for th e r e c o v e r y o f m o n e y b y A. B.
build in g s to 300 feet, w ith th e excep
T ak in g th e m onthly egg yield of tho in southw ester n W ashington . I would
couraged.
B a lk a n m u d d le d e p e n d s u p o n Great o f Pacific C o a st b u sin e ss m e n wh o D an iels of W is co n sin . T h e su it is
tion of b u ild in g s t h a t fro n t o n a par k, six pens of Legho rns and computing be obliged to you for inform ation con­
Britain.
s q u a re o r plaza, for w h ic h th e limit tho value of the eggs laid each month cer ning the growing of plums, cherries
a r riv e d at 7 o ’clock on t h e J a p a n e s e r esu lt of th e c o n t r o v e r s y o v e r lands
Wallowa to Have Courthouse.
is p r o p o s e d a t 350 feet.
a t the av erag e wholesale prices of eggs and apples in this reg io n .”
T h e nav al t u g S o t o y o m o w en t liner T c n y o M a ru f ro m S an F r a n in t o w n s h i p 37 n o r th , r a n g e 10, k n o w n
E
n
te
rp
r
i
s
e
__
Tho
co
u
n
ty
co
u
rt
has
T h e p r o p o s i t i o n w a s m a d e b y the in P o rtlan d during the past two years,
t h e 37-10 case. Scrip w a s placed
Profes sor W. S. T horn ber replied:
a g r o u n d o n P u g e t S o u n d d u rin g
cisco. T h e v is i t o r s w e r e g r e e t e d at on t h e land o rig in a lly a n d P ierce an d accepted plans for a courthouse, to cost bu ilding c o d e rev isio n co m m itte e , the results would be as follows
“ You will have no d ifficu lty in
heav y fog.
th e do ck b y a c r o w d w h ich n u m b e r e d W a r d e n so ld a piece o f t h e t im b e r $30,000. Bids for foun dation a n d base which m a d e its r e p o r t s a f t e r in v es ti­
Price
gr owing raspberries an d bl ackber ries in
E. A. S. B lak e h as b e e n found h u n d r e d s of r e p re s e n t a t i v e b u sin e ss to Daniels.
laid.
H o m e s t e a d e r s co n te s te d ment will be ad v ertised for immediate g a tin g th e w i d t h of th e s t r e e t s in the
per doz.
Value. your p ar t of the cou ntry, providing you
g u ilty o f a t t e m p t i n g t o b r ib e a p r o s ­ m e n of J a p a n , a s se m b le d f ro m «the th e sc rip filings an d a dec ision in th eir ly in order t h a t the foundation a t least city. W h e r e th e w id th of a s t r e e t is November
. . 41)
35c
$ 1.17 use good ju d g m en t in selecting your v a ­
p ectiv e j u r o r in th e R uef case.
may be pu t in this fall. Wallowa couiv less t h a n 45 feet, a h e ig h t of 135 feet December
. .122
cities of T o k io . O s a k a a n d K y o to .
favor w as r e n d e r e d
N o w Daniel
35c
3.00 rieties an d in planting . I f tho low land
t
y
has
been
set
a
p
a
r
t
from
Union
coun
o
n
ly
will
be
p
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r
m
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tt
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.
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y
.
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3
T h e officially p r e p a r e d p r o g r a m o f I se eks r e c o v e r y of m o n e y on th e land
26c
4.40 is well drained you had b e t t e r p lan t
A R u s sian g e n e r a l was w o u n d e d by
ty
20
years,
and
th
is
will
be
th
e
first
limit
of
150
feet
is
p
r
o
p
o
s
e
d
for
all
F
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t
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the
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te
a
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r
25c
4.90
blackberries, but if the land is not well
his o w n t r o o p s d u r in g t h e a r m y m a ­
courthouse erected in th o county.
sto res, lofts, w a r e h o u se s, r e s t a u r a n t s , March . . .
20c
5.60 drained you will have d ifficu lty in
neuvers
Balls b ecam e m ix e d with m e n c e d ~ a s so o n as t h e y ste p p ed
m a r k e ts, r e f r i g e r a t o r p lan ts, stables, April .........
hore, a n d ev e r y d ay of t h e i r stay
20c
8.30 growing an y form of small f r u i t there.
Light Fall Run of Fish.
t h e b la n k shells.
factories , w o r k s h o p s , g a r a g e s an d M ay ........... ..4 2 8
n J a p a n will be co m p le te ly filled with
18c
6.33 However, tho b lackberry will come
Closes for Season.
Astoria. — Ordinarily, the present
The
w a t e r w a y s co n v e n tio n
has r e c e p tio n s a n d sig h ts e e in g tr ip s ar
20c
6.62 nearer to gr owing in poorly drained land
No rth Powder.— The In d ian a Mining o t h e r s t r u c t u r e s of a sim ilar natu re. J u n e ..........
p a s se d a reso lu tio n as k in g c o n g r e ss r a n g e d b y th e ir J a p a n e s e hosts. O n time is when the lar gest run of silver
Office
b
u
ild
in
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..........
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8
4
20c
6.44) than the raspber ries will. In choosing
t o o p en a ship canal f ro m th e G reat T h u r s d a y the A m e r ic a n s will be the sides a p p ear in the river, b u t so far company has closed for tlie season. At o b s e rv a t o r i e s a r e to be th e o n l y b u ild ­ Augu st . . . .
25c
8.20
va rieties of blackberries, use the Mam­
L ake* t o t h e Gulf, as th e railro ad s g u e s t s o f C o u n t K o m u r a , m i n i s t e r of they have failed to m aterialize in an an a v erag e ra te of $700 to $800 worth ings to be a llo w e d to rise hi gher.
September . .221
25«
4.60 moth for e x tra early, the S nyder for
c a n n o t keep pace w ith t h e v o lu m e of fo re ign affairs, at a lu n ch eo n in h o n o r large numbers. The E u re k a cannery, of concentrates per week the company
It is e x p e c t e d t h a t c o n s i d e ra b l e o p ­ October . . . . 97
30«
2.40 middle ear ly an d the E verg reen for
of the P ac k e r s Association, a n d Meg- has shipped to the value of $5,000 worth position t o t h e n ew p lan will develop.
business.
o f th e visitor s.
late. Ra spberries requ ire a d ryer and,
from here to Seattle, requiring two
l
e
r
’s
can
n
ery
a
t
Brookfield,
are
run­
T
h
e
T
e
n
y
o
Marti
h
ad
an
excellent
$61.92 especially, well drained soil, an d with
A M a s s a c h u s e t t s sch o o l t e a c h e r
ning on the north shore and the Union trips a week from the mine to the sta
t
r
ip
a
c
r
o
ss
th
e
Pacific.
In
place
of
eggs
wor
th
$1.68
per
such conditions in yo ur p a r t of the
lo ck ed a b o y in a closet for p u n ish
Colonize Big Ranch.
operative F i s h e r m e n ’s can n ery on tion.
fowl, if th eir value be computed at
m e n t a n d f o rg o t him. T h e b o y re
Red Bluff, Cal , Oct. 9.— O n e o f th e presen t prices in P o rtlan d they would sta te you should be able to grow re­
this side, but th eir packs so f a r have
PORTLAND M AR KETS.
Chicago Air Very Dirty.
m ain ed in his d u n g e o n t w o d a y s an d
m
arkable crops of them. The Cut hbert
a r g e s t sa les o f land ever r e c o r d e d in be wor th $2.58 per fowl. I n other
been light. The gilln etters and t r a p ­
a n ig h t while t h e t e a c h e r a t t e n d e d a
is the sta n d ard for commercial work on
Chicago, Oct. 13.— T h e h ealth d e ­ pers have not been doing well, bu t even
n
o
r
t
h
e
r
n
C
a
lifo
rn
ia
w
as
clo
s
ed
h
ere
W h e a t—Blucstem, 93c; club, 88c;
words, on the basis of present prices, the west side; also the Antwer p, tho
w e d d i n g 20 m iles away. T h e tea c h e r
p a r t m e n t , in a r e p o r t j u s t issued, in the face of th is Tom Spencer has fife, 88c; red Russian, 86c; 40 fold, 91<f; y esterd ay , w h en th e H e r b e r t K raft food costing 80 cents when fed to hens
is p r o s t r a t e d a n d th e b o y u n d e r a
co m p a n y sold th e C a p ay R a n c h o , in produces eggs worth $2.58. This is a Sup erlativ e and the Marlboro are excel­
s ta rted up his grounds with the expec valley. 90c.
t
a
te
s
t
h
a
t
th
e
d
u
s
t
a
n
d
so
o
t
in
the
lent berries for growth there.
p h y s i c ia n ’s care.
a t m o s p h e r e o f Chica go, as sh o w n by tation of doing well a little later.
Barley—Feed, $26 p er ton; rolled, the s o u t h e r n p o r t io n of T e h a m a c o u n ­ p r e t t y good margin of profit in feed ­
“ Plums will do well upon a ver>
A u s tr ia has s e n t a w a r sh ip t o Bel
ty an d th e n o r t h e r n p a r t o f Glenn ing 90-cent wheat.
e s t s j u s t taken, is t h r e e tim es as
$27.50(528.50; brewing, $26.50.
moist
soil, and will stand a poorly
g r a d e a n d t h r e a t e n s t o a n n e x Servia.
cou
nty,
t
o
t
h
e
M
e
t
ro
p
o
lis
T
r
u
s
t
c
o
m
­
g r e a t as t h a t in t h e a t m o s p h e r e of
Jackrabbits in Lane.
Oats— No. 1 white, $31(5)31.50 per
I t m ay be said t h a t tho average drained soil b e t t e r than th e m ajo rity of
p
an
y
o
f
San
F
ra
n
cisco
.
T
h
e
ran
ch
London.
S
a
m
p
le
s
of
th
e
air
t
a
k
e
n
at
flock
of
hens
does
not
lay
144
eggs
per
M ore
d ep en d en c ie s
of
Turkey
other fruits. The Peach, the Yellow
Salem — Fro m various sources re ton; gr ay, $30(530.50.
h e i g h t of 4<) feet ab o v e th e street
H ay— Timothy, W illam ette valley. consists of 1000 acres of fertile land, I fowl. T h a t is true. I t is also true Egg. the Tragedy, the Willard, the Loin-
t h r e a t e n to rev o lt a n d d eclare their
evel at fo u r p o i n t s of th e city w ere ports h ave been, received t h a t j a c k r a b $14 per ton; W illam ette valley, or ind is to be su bdivided i n t o co lo n y t h a t 144 eggs per fowl is not phenom­ bar d and other varieties almost without
in d ep en d en ce .
T h e fig u res have n o t b een enal. The right kind of hens properly nu m ber will do well in the region you
s u b je cted t o an alysis.
T h e r e p o rt I b its of the k in d common in eastern linary, $11; eas tern Oregon, $16.50; tracts.
S e a ttle b a n k s will b ack A las k a-Y u
a y s : “ T h is ex cess m a y be p a r t l y a t ­ Oregon are numerous this fa ll in the mixed, $13; clover, $9; a lfalfa, $11; m ad e public, b u t it is s ta te d h ere th at atten d ed should av erag e 150 an d well- refe r to. Almost a n y ch erry will suc­
k o n - P a cific e x p o s itio n b o n d s to the tr ib u t e d to th e l o n g c o n tin u e d d ro u th W illam ette valley. As th e eastern Ore­ alfalfa meal, $20.
the S an F r a n c i s c o c o n c e r n paid $250,- bred hens considerably more. The a v ­ ceed there. The Royal Anns, the Bings,
a m o u n t of $200,000.
Tie d irt had n o t b een w a s h e d o u t of | gon r a b b i t s have never been numerous
erage farm flock will not av erag e 125, the L am berts an d the May Dukes would
F r u i t — Apples, new, 60c(5$1.50 per 000 for t h e land.
prob ably no t 100.
A p h e n o m e n a l l y rich d i sc o v e ry of t h e air for so m e tim e p rev io u s t o the enough in the valley to cause a n y fear box; peaches, 65@85c per box; pears,
be good va rieties to plant. Tho v arie­
Alaska Wireless Working.
In these ex per im en ts all th e food ties of apples t h a t will do especially
of in jury to props it has been assumed 50c@$1.25 per box; plums, 50 c@ $l per
g o ld h as been m a d e in th e S t u rg e o n ollectio n of sp e c im e n s.”
t h a t th ey would not th riv e here, bu t box; grapes, 50c@$1.25 per c r ate; Con
eaten
was
paid
fo
r
a
t
m
ark
et
prices
L a k e d istrict, C anada.
well ther e are more or less limited.
D a w s o n . O ct. 9.— L i e u t e n a n t J e u n e t
Silver Gavel is Missing.
tho unusually lar ge n u m ber t h a t have cords, 17Vi>(/i)20c per b as k et; hu ckle
an d the cost av eraged only 66 cents The Yellow T ransparent, the Duchess,
J a m e s J. Hill sa y s r a ilro a d s are b e ­
n
c
h
a
r
g
e
of
t
h
e
i
n
s
ta
lla
tio
n
of
th
e
per hen. The cost would have been the Old cnberg and th e Graven stein for
San F ra n cisco . Oct. 13.— T h e h a n d ­ been seen lately gives rise to the belief berries, 9(510c per po un d; quinces,
in g h a m p e r e d by m a n y laws. H e ad
t h a t th ey may prove to be a pest.
$1.25 per box; cr anberries, $10 per g o v e r n m e n t w ireless s t a ti o n s in A l a s ­ only 80 cents if tho wheat had cost 90 early apples, and the N orthern Spy,
s o m e silver m o u n t e d gav el p r e s e n t e d I
v o cates d eep w aterw ay s .
The farm er , how­ Olympia, Baldwin, Grimes Golden and
b arre l; prunes, 2e per pound.
ka. h as arriv ed , e n r o u t e for Sea ttle. cents per bushel.
to t h e T ran s -M i s s i s s ip p i C o m m ercial
P o tato es — 80@90c p er hundred; He had c o m m u n i c a t i o n w ith th e wire- ever, who keeps fifty or a hundred possibly a few Rhode Island Greenings
D e l e g a t e s t o t h e N a tio n a l Rural
Sand is Discovered.
ess s t a ti o n s f ro m D a w s o n y e s t e r d a y hens can do b e t t e r th an th at, for on for l a t e r v arieties will do quite well.
L e t t e r c a r r i e r s ’ as so ciatio n favor a d o p ­ C o n g r e s s b y t h e D a u g h t e r s o f the | K la m a th Falls.— Tho railroad grad sweet potatoes, 2c per pound.
Melons— Cantaloupes, $ 1@1.50 per by m e a n s of th e w ire ns far as E ag les, the av erag e farm t h a t nu m ber of hens O ther varieties, such as Ben Davis,
m f e d e r a c y o f L o u isian a is m iss ing, ers have uncovered a lar ge bed of
tion of a parcels p o st law.
may be k ep t largely on the was te p ro­ Gano and the Jo n a th a n , do not seem to
n d a carefu l se arc h o f th e pavilion ver y fine grade sand three miles south cr ate; watermelons, lc per pound; cas m d b ey o n d t h e r e by* m e a n s of the
A n A m e r ic a n an d t w o S p an iar d s
wireless. H e a n n o u n c e s t h a t all the ducts or by-products of th e farm. They be entirely ad ap ted to your p art of
h e r e th e m e e t i n g s w ere held a n d of of this city. Good sand is v er y scarce abas. $1.75(5)2 per dozen.
Vegetables—Turnips, $1.25 per sack; wireless s t a ti o n s are n o w o p e n for will find the anim al food in the fields W a s h i n g t o n . — From Washington S tat«
wer e m u r d e r e d by Filipinos in o n e of the h o tel q u a r t e r s o f S e c r e t a r y F ra n
th is country, and up to th is time
th e p ro v in ces n ear Manila.
s has failed to lo cate it. T h e gavel has only been found in Wood river, 40 carrots, 5c; parsnips, $1.25; beets, co m m e r c ia l b u sin e ss. T h e r e a r e s t a ­ in the shape of bugs, g rass h o p p ers ,1 college, Pullman.
as m a d e of a piece tak en f ro m o n e | miles n orth of K lam ath Falls, neces- ,$1.25; articho kes. 65c per dozen; beans. tions at Circle, E ag le, F a i r b a n k s
F r a n c e c o n tin u e s t o insist t h a t an
5(3) 10c per pound; cabbage, 2 @ 2% c per G ib b o n a n d N o m e. L ie u te n a n t J e u n e t
i n te r n a tio n a l co n f e r e n c e is t h e only of th e m a g n o lia t r e e s o n th e b a t t l e ­ litating a long an d expensive ba rge I poun d;
K g g a n d T o m a to .
D e v i l * . F o o d Cm k . .
cauliflower,
50c(S)$1.25 per ay s th e s y s t e m is a m a r k e d success.
field o f C h a lm e t t e , La., w h e r e G e n ­ haul. The sand ju st discovered is on
so lu tio n for th e B a lk a n trouble .
I
One pint to m ato Juice, two tables-
T w o cups of brown suga r, creamed
eral J a c k s o n d e f e a te d P a c k e n h a m ’s the ran ch es of H. E. Williaril and A. dozen; celery, 75(585c p er dozen; corn,
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90c(n'$1.15
per
sack;
cucumbers,
15(5
spoonfuls bu tter, two tablespo onfuls w ith a half-cup of b u t t e r ; tw o well-
H e a r s t did not a p p e a r at R e n o with v e t e r a n s in 1812.
U. Lewis, an d w ith in easy hauling
Fuel Oil for Warship.
20c per dozen: egg p lan t, $1.25 per
t h e In d e p e n d e n c e sp e ak ers, hav in g
distance.
M a re I s l a n d N a v y Y ard . O ct. 9.— flour (cream ed to g eth er), one-half tea- beaten eggs, one teaspoonful of baking
c r ate; lettuce, 75 c@ fl per box; parsley.
b een t h r e a t e n e d w ith d y n am ite.
Bank Cashier is Accused.
15c per dozen; peas. 6c per pound; pep T h e m o n i t o r W y o m i n g w a s placed in spoonful salt, d a s h of pepper, live eggs. soda, dissolved In a gill of sour m ilk ;
Cancel Feed Contracts.
A pessim istic feeing p rev ails in
D en v er, O ct. 13.— C h a rg e d w ith a
pers, 8(o'10c per pound; pumpkins, 1 (5 co m m iss io n at th e n av y y a r d y e s te r- H e a t th e Juice, th en a d d t h e creamed two sq u a res of g r a te d chocolate d i s ­
G r e a t Br tain w ith re g a r d to a n early s h o r t a g e o f $so,000 a n d w ith h a v in g | P o rtlan d .— P o rtlan d hay and feed IM i C per pound; radishes, 12%c per
b u t t e r an d flour, salt an d - pepper, and solved In a gill of lu llin g w a t e r ; two
se t tl e m e n t of t h e n ear E a s t e r n q u e s ­ received d ep o s its w h e n he k n ew his men h ave been requested bv th e Tsth dozen; spinach, 2c per pou nd; sprouts. lay. af ter h a v in g b een ou t o f service cook five ndiiUtes. I t u tt e r a baking cups of flour.
Mix a n d b ake In a
r t h r e e y ears, d u r in g whi ch tim e oil-
tion.
h an k w as in so lv en t, A a r o n G. P ra tt. mian canal commission to bid for gov 9c per po un d; squash, l ^ jC per pound;
dish, p u t In th e egg (no t b e a te n ) , then sheet, covering, when done sn d cool,
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tomatoes. 40(565c.
A German millionaire has m arried a
cover with th e cooked m ixture , l’ut w ith white frosting. Or, bake In lay­
B u t t e r — City creamery, extras, 32V&(3) C o m m a n d e r J. J. K n a p p is in c o m ­ br ead crum bs on top an d brown tw en ty ers an d put to gether with white frost­
St. Louis heireM, a f t e r proposing by Bank, of H a m m o n d s p o r t . N. Y , left I h a y , 1,000,000 pounds of oats and
m and of th e vessel, i m p o r t a n t te s ts
100,000
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ing flavored with vanilla.
will bo m ad e w ith th e W y o m i n g to m in u tes In oven.
Sheriff II 1 “ W. * ------
B illin g to n a n d ‘ ~
D e p u t y [d in g for deliver y at Colon or L a Boca * "* r pound;
1 store, 18c.
le t e r m in e th e ad v is ab ility of in s t a l l -1
Kirns
__ ’ Oregon extras, 32% @33c
Re gistra tion in New York has fallen K. C Be n n e t t , o f H a m m o n d s p o r t . He between J a n u a r y 1 and F e b r u a ry 1,
ggs —
n g o il-b u r n in g fu rn ac es o n t h e large
L o n g m o n t , Colo.. 11900. Bids ar e also as ked for 8,000 eastern. 25(528e per dozen
Ballad I d a « .
w as a r r e s t e d
off g reatly from the figures of 1904.
hips of th e navy .
w h e r e he w as i n t e r e s t e d in i r rig a tio n I bridge ties of yellow pine or Douglas
S te a m e d S q u a s h .
T h ree cups g r a n u l a t e d suga r, Just
P o u l t r y — Hens, 12c per pound;
Mrs. J o a n Pu n sm u ir, who died re en terp ris es, an d he w aiv ed ex trad i-1 f ir for use on tho P an am a canal work,
Cut the sq u ash Into pieces an d s c r a p ,
anough boiling w a t e r to dlisolve I t
spring. 12c; ducks, old, 12@12%c;
eently a t Victoria, B. C., left an ea tion p ro ceed in g s.
Riot Leaders Go Free.
spring. 14(5'15c; geese, old. 8(59c;
When It will solidify In cold w a t s r — out th e seeds an d stringy par t. I'lace
t a t * of $2,000,000.
Horst Buying Hops.
voung, 9 ( 5 10e; turkeys, old, 18c; young,
Sp rin g field . Ill . Oct. 9.—T h e ju r y a f t e r boiling w ith o u t s t i r r in g — pour on In a s t e am er over boiling w ater, cover
Austria Still Reaching Out.
Two Iwo school teacher* were firs t
n th e case of A b e R a y m e r, alleged the well beaten whites o f th r e e eggs closely a n d cook u n til tender. When
S a l e m — A g e n t s for E. C lem H o r s t 19c.
to re gister a t O ’Neill, Neb., fo r land
Veal— E x tr a . 9 (5 9 1',e per pound; or m o b leader , c h a r g e d w ith d e s t ru c t i o n a n d s t i r co n stan tly until cool.
L o n d o n , O c t 13 T h e Daily Mail's I in S alem sa y t h e y h ave b o u g h t lar ge
done, remov e from shell an d wash. To
in Rosebud reservation.
B e lg rad e c o r r e s p o n d e n t says t h a t t h e I q u a n t i t i e s o f h o p s in this vicinity at dinarv, 7(o'7 1 •_<c ; heavy. 5c.
of p r o p e r t y d u r i n g th e r e c e n t riots,
each p in t allow two tablespoons b u t­
Pork - F a n c y , 71£(58c per pound; or r e t u r n e d a v erd ict o f n o t g u ilty yes
In an attem p t to en ter a honse at fall o f th e S ervian m i n i s t r y is i m m i - 1 a n d 7$ c e n t s a p o u n d d u r i n g the
A G ood C eag h
M e d ie ta s .
ter, one level teaspoon su g a r an d sa lt
t erd ay . R a y m e r h ad p r ev io u sly been
Rlobodge, Russia, robbers killed 12 peo­ n en t an d t h a t a voalition cab in et will I last week, a n d t h a t t h e r e are p len ty dinarv. 6c; large, 5c.
Dissolve ten cents’ w orth of gum and pep per to taste.
Hops-—Oregon. 1908, 7(a)7%r per acq u itted o f m u r d e r in c o n n ectio n
be f o rm ed
H e also sta te s t h a t t h e I o f h o p s on th e m a r k e t a r o u n d th o se
ple. The mur derer s were arrested.
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It i* not k n o w n w h at qunn- pound; 1907. 2»J (5'4«; 1906. l $ 4 @ l % c
vith th e l y n c h i n g of W illiam D o n n e
The J a p a n e s e governm ent has d e­ islands in th e D r in a riv er on t h e l t i t y of h o p s Mr H o r s t h as se cu re d in
Wool— E astern Oregon, average best. nan. an ag ed •negro. T h i s acq u ittal when cool ad d th e Juice of a lemon and
cided to prohibit all gam bling on race S erv o B o sn ian fro ntier.
W a t e r sta n d in g In a room is a good
ten cents’ w o rth of paregoric. Sweeten
R u m o r s of I th is d istrict. H is a g e n t s say th e larg e 10i5'16V|C per pound, according to s tak en t o m e a n t h a t c o n v ictio n s can
t r a c k s and to strictly enforce the laws w a r . h e says, h ave cau s ed a r u n on I g r o w e r s are n o t selling, o n ly sm a ller shrinkage; valley. 15(515Lje.
T a k e a teaspoo nful avery di sinfectan t, as It absorb s all Impu ri­
l o t he o b t a i n e d in the r e m a i n i n g riot to taste .
g o v ern in g r. eing
Mohair—
Choice,
18@18V.iC
per
pound.
th e B e lg rad e banks.
' o n e s le t t i n g go.
cases.
ties
h alf h o u r o r a *
Thousands of Land Seekers Are Left
Penniless in South Dakota.
RESUME OF THE
WEEK’S DOINGS
I
Trans-Mississippi Congress Favors
Ship Subsidy, However.