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The Estacada Progress
COAST EXTENSION SANCTIONED
WHAT RECORDS TO K EEP.
C. Amount spent for hay, grain and
other produce (not raised on the farm )
Construction of 1500 Miles of Roadway
Census Director D urand’s Instructions for feed of domestic anim als and poul
W ill Soon Be under Way.
Relative to the Farm Census.
1). Amount spent for manure and
Chicago, 111., Nov. 29.—The directors
W ashington, Nov. 26.— An outline other fertilizers.
of the Chicago Sc N orthwestern Railway
OREGON for the American farm ers of the meth “ No inquiry is made regarding
company have decided that it will soon
household or personal expeuses or ex
od of keeping a w ritten record of their peuditures
become necessary to extend that road
farm operations and equipm ent to in Each of the four questions asked
to the Pacific coast iu order th at it may Germany Has Most Vessels Building
sure an accurate farm census next year of fundam ental importance in its bear Will Be Im portant Center on Deschutes Buyer Is John R. Allen, Railroad Build continue to be u strong com petitor of
the St. Paul and the Burlington rouds.
and Will Soon Take Our Place.
has been issued by United States Con iug on agriculture as an industry
er—W ill Sell Small Tracts.
W ith this end in view the company
sus Director E. Dana Durand. It was 2. Live stock: A. Number of young
M edford—John R. Allen of New $30,000,000 worth of uew stock, which
prepared by Professor Le Grand Pow animals of each kind born on the farm Twenty seven acres of land in the York
city, owner of the Pacific & East is in the ratio of one to four of out*
center of the townsite of Hillman,
ers, United States census chief statisti m B. 19U9.
railroad th at is being extended standing
Great Britain Still Maintains Immense
Crook county, was transferred by the
cian for agriculture. It states:
in 1909 and the amount paid Crook County Investm ent company to from this city over the Cascades, and This proposition
“ The advantages of always having purchased
Interesting Events from Outside the
Lead Over All Nations— Japan In
sold and amount received; and the Oregon Trunk line. The considera projector of a trolley line to traverse
on hand for ready reference a detailec number
State Presented in a Manner
subm itted to the proper authorities of
Fifth Place, but Will Maintain Her
Catch the Eye o f the Busy Reade
several states which require state
on the farm.
the celebrated Snowy B utte orchard at the
Relativ# Position— Not Building as
— Matters o f National, Historical
airy products: A. Q uantities Hillman is a townsite on the survey Central Point, from Fred H. Hopkins authority for the issuance of the new
stood by everyone and will be most and 3. D value
Fast as United States.
railroad securities. This authority has
and Commercial Importance-
butter aud cheese of the Oregon Trunk line and located for $168,000. The orchard is one
keenly appreciated when the census produced on of the milk,
farm in 1909.
tho most famous in the valley, and not yet been given by any one of the
enum erator calls with his list of ques
B. Q uantities of milk, butter, cream the center of the Deschutes Irrigation the pioneer commercial orchard of this three states to which the proposition
tions next April. The value of the butter
has been subm itted, which fact may ac W ashington, Nov. 27.—M easured by
and cheese sold in 1909 and & Power com pany’8 segregation. It section. It consists of 300 acres
Kin)? Manuel of Portugal is visiting upon their accuracy, and accuracy can amounts fa t received.
choice varieties of apples and pears, count for the denial which the officials actual nuval tonnage in service, the
4. Poultry aud eggs: A. Value of wished to combine the names of Hill 160 of which are in bearing, the re of ¿he company make regarding the pro U nited States ranks second among the
only be secured through the co-opera
posed stock issue.
Congressman M ann predicts a tariff tion of tho farm ers themselves. In no poultry of all kinds raised in 1909 and Harrim an, the two systems that are m ainder in young trees.
w ar with Canada over the pulp and way can the farm er extend more prac whether sold, consumed or on hand.
Mr. Allen will subdivide the orchard It is also known, although not ad nations of the world; G reat B ritain
received from poultry “ One of the conditions of the tran s into five and ten acre tracts, which will m itted by the com pany’s officials, that alone surpasses this country. But if
tical assistance to the census bureau, sold B. in Amount
approval has been given for con
in no way can he render himself C. Q uantity
fer of this property was that the Ore be placed upon the m arket, reserving au
Dr. Cook, the A rctic explorer, is a and greater
struction of at least 1500 miles of road to the tonnage iu service is added to
service than by getting out duced in 1909. and value of eggs pro gon Trunk line build a freight ami pas portion for himself. On this tract
nervous wreck, and has gone into re his pencil and
be completed within the next two tonnage of warships authorized aud iu
note book on the evening
senger station on it and such switches located the wonderful block of 16% to three
treat to recuperate.
years. It is known through course of construction, the Uuited
of April the 14th next, and m aking u[i 19 D. 9 Q uantity and value of eggs sold i: and sidetracks as would be necessary,' acres of W inter Nellis pears, which or
produced a net yield of $19,000, or western senators th at the company has ¡States is compelled to yield second place
I t is estim ated that governm ent recta a statem ent of his farm property. The
and approved surveys of
per tree. The total crop this
mation has added $15,000,000 to the questions to be asked concerning farm
Germany. In other words, Germany
vestm ent company. “ The property con $15.83
total weight of fleeces shorn in 1909 sists
lines to three im portant Pacific coast to
year will net over $40,000.
w ealth of the W est.
property are as follows:
has in course of construction more largo
value of farm , with all build
battleships thau has the U nited States.
1, range 13 east of W illam ette
P rivate advices received in New York 1. Total
6. Crops: For each crop harvested on ship
The relative order of warship tonnage
M eridian. Hillman is to be on the Electric Line May Penetrate Curry. San In Francisco.
say th at U nited States troops have ings
of both the Oregon Trunk and the Marshfield—Curry county, in addi sue of new stock, it is remembered that of the great nations today is as fol
landed in Nicaragua.
the quantity produced, and the value lines
3. Value of all improvements an of
the products. The number of acres
to the railroad which has been the St. P a u l’s first move toward the G lows:
W ashington officials deny the allega m achinery, including tools, wagons,
it one of the most im portant of tion
B r ita in ...................................1,758,350
from Bandon to Port Orford Pacific coast extension was the issuiug U reat
tions of m ism anagem ent in the Klam carriages, harnesses, etc., and all ap of each crop to be planted for harvest make
uited States ................................ 682,785
n 1910 will also be called for by" the the central Oregon c ities."
has prospects of still another road—an of exactly the same amount of new Germany
ath irrigation project.
pliances and apparatus used in farm enumerator.
This cannot be determ ined
electric line—to exten^ from Grants stock.
The Missouri Pacific railw ay is after ing 4. operations.
F ra n c e ............................................... 602,920
coast business, having opened offices in imals, classified as follows:
ation. Instead of giving the number Homestead— For two months every at Port Orford. An engineer has been RIVER SAPE FROM NIG H T ATTACK Jap an ................................................ 396,368
Los Angeles, San Francisco and Port
Basal* ............................................... 259,263
of acres in orchards and vineyards, tiling has been expectancy in the Seven working through Curry county for
C attle: A. Born before January
give as nearly as possible the number Devils, in anticipation of the opening some time. I t is said th at he repre Moving T arget Punctured in Gloom Italy .................................................. 216,038
1909—Cows and heifers kept for milk, of
A ustria ............................................. 114,897
trees and vines of bearing age. The of the railroad. The camp is taking seats eastern capitalists, who own large
I t is believed th at U nited S tates ma Cows and heifers not kept for milk,
12 Out of 16 Times.
I t will be noted th at Japan is far
rines have already been ordered to Steers and bulls kept for work. Steers quantity of certain fru it products, as on new life, ami development has never tracts of copper land in the central
part of the county. The plan, so far Fort Stevens, Or., Nov. 29.—1 he of inferior to the U nited States in its
N icaragua, although it is denied at and bulls not kept for work,
been so active, nor so thorough.
strength, standing fifth on the
1909—Heifers. Steers will also the quantity and value of While the railroad will enter the dis
of artillery practice at night
trie line from Grauts Pass into Curry ficiency
list. I t will ulso be noted from the
The Chicago & Great W estern Pail and (,'. bulls.
sugar, syrup and molasses produced w eather will interfere seriously, men at a point near Illahe. The route se T hirty third company, commanded by following table, showing the total naval
Calves born in 1910.
way company is out of the hands of Horses:
cane, sorghum, sugar beets aud who for years have hauled ore 45 miles lected follows Elk creek to Silver Captain W illis, of tho Coast Artillery tonnage of the groat nations, as would
All horses born before Jan from
receivers, who took charge of it during uary 1, 1909.
Butte, on the coast wagon road. From corps This is the first year th at night bo the case were vessels building now
i*r mountain roads to the nearest here
the panic two years ago.
7. Sales of specified products iu 1909 railroad,
the road would branch down
ary 1, 1909. Colts
at a moving target has been tried completed, th at Jap an retains her rela
are busy preparing for a good tew miles
A considerable part of the annual pro season,
to P ort Orford aud up the firing
D irectors of the Chicago Sc North ary 1, 1910.
in the United States army, and the first tive position ou the list, with even less
luctiou of coru, oats, barley, kaflir corn Thousands of tons of ore will be ready coast to Bandon.
w estern have approved the issue of Mules: All mules born before Jan uiilo
time it has been tried at Fort Stevens. tonnage than tho U uited States. As
maize, hay, flax fiber and straw,
$30,000,000 worth of new stock for the uary l, 1909. R ale colts bom a fte r
prelim inary shots were fired for suming vessels under construction were
purpose of building extensions to the January 1, 1909. Mule colts born after seed is usually consumed on the farm. Ore bodies are showing up well as the
of testing firing conditions. all completed, the navies of the world
January 1, 1910.
Im m ediately afterw ard 16 record shots would show tho following tonnage:
Asses and burros (all ages)
were fired, 12 of which tore through G reat B ritain ................................2,005,873
Prof. See, U nited S tates navy astron
asked concerning the quantity of each been undertaken in the district because neers under Frem ont Crane which has the
Hogs born before January of
target. This result is thought to Germany ......................................... 820,692
omer, in charge of the observatory at 1, Swine:
these products sold in 1909 aud the the ore could not be handled, but now been at this place surveying perm anent be the
best attained since night prac U nited States ................................ 785,687
hafts will be sunk and preparations location and setting grade stakes for
M are island, says the alleged craters 1910.
amounts realized therefrom.
on the moon are simply spots where it Sheep: Ewes born before January 8. Forest products: The value of all rill be made for one of the greatest the Oregon Trunk line down Willow tice has been in vogue in the United France
has been struck by Hying satellites,
Rams and wethers born be for farm consumption will be asked
having every appearance of arm or plate fore 1910.
Ore from the Calumet Buena Vista work in this vicinity and moved to the The target fired at was a rectangular Russia .
struck by heavy shot.
as will also the value of sim ilar prod mines shows values of $211.35 per ton. Deschutes canyon near W armspring fer canvas figure six feet by twelve. It Italy ...
after January 1, 1910.
uets cut or produced for sale, iuclud The assay did not include lead, which ry, to continue their work in th at vi proved a dim object to fire at, with Austria
New York customs officials have been Goats and Kids (all ages).
ng receipts from the sale of standing is found plentifully throughout the dis cinity. P orter B ros.’ force of carpen only the uncertain gleam of a search- These figures are interesting in sev
arrested for under weighing figs.
5. Number and value of poultry over timber.
ters are still erecting construction light following its rapid movemen I eral respects. Germany, for instance,
old: Chickens, ducks, geese, 9. Irrigation: Farm ers who irrigate trict.
A baboon attacked and nearly killed 3 months Guinea
camps for the crews soon to be at work through the water.
which long stood fourth on the list of
his keeper in an anim al show in Port turkeys,
near Madras. Commissary supplies are Governm ent boats and searchlight naval powers, has rapidly passed both
6. Num ber and value of swarms of source from which w ater is obtained
the U nited States and France. Japan,
Union—The school*} of UnionTiave be
the number of acres of pasture land come so crowded this year that an ad a tremendous am ount of railroad busi against the possibility of commercial on the other hand, supposed to have
Federal inquiry into the burning of
The census will not ask the value irrigated,
and the total irrigated acre litional teacher has been hired to teach ness at this place w ithin the next few vessels entering the field of fire dur been m aking great strides in the devel
the steam er St. Croix fails to discover of household goods, nor th at of hay, •ge-
ng tho practice. Many spectators saw opment of her navy, is not building as
additional room, composed of pupils weeks.
grain or other farm crops on hand on
the display, which dem onstrated the fast as the U nited States. During tho
covers every import an
The Philadelphia N ational League eluded, however, by all desiring a com ant question th at will be asked con grades. The new teacher, Mrs. D. A. Bourne to F ight for Improvements. effectiveness of tho Columbia river past year she increased her naval ton
farm products of 1909 Cameron, of Portland, assumes her new Hood River— Word has been received defense.
baseball club has been sold» to a syndi plete
nage less than 50,000, and it is seen
inventory of their farm property. erning the agriculture
is so diversified luties Monday. The school buildings by some of the prom inent citizens from
cate for $350,000.
from the statistics above th at her in
The value given to the farm should American
W. A. CLARK IS A N TI TRUST.
so highly specialized in m any of are at present capable of seating all Senator Bourne th at the senior senator
crease, according to her present pro
A New Yorker wrote 1505 words in 15 be, as nearly as can be judged, the and
branches th at any schedule designed the scholars, but if the enrollm ent next will (Miter a vigorous protest before
gramme, will not be equal to that of
m inutes on a typew riter from copy he amount th at could be obtained for it to ts secure
a fairly complete exhibit of year increases in proportion to th at of the board of engineers relative to th Prefers, Himself, to W ork as Individual, the U nited States. The tonnage of the
f offered for sale under normal con ts resources
had never seen before.
Says ex Senator.
American navy today exceeds th at of
this and last year, more room will be adverse report made in reference to the
Current m arket prices should
contain a large number of
Chile will accept the arbitration of litions.
Japan by about 286,000; with the pres
necessary. Tho enrollment this year is improvement of the Columbia river op
carefully considered in estim ating essarily
K ing Edward in the Alsop claim dispute be
programme of both nations com
the value of live stock.
about 450. Fourteen teachers are now posite Hood River. Hood River is at coming in, and not enough going out
I not be called upon to answer one employed.
with the U nited States.
pleted, the United States will lead by
“ Although tho census m erely re seventh
present hand ling about 15 cars of European consumption of copper is not 296,000.
Guards on the Sellwood ferry rescued juircs a statem ent of total value of the somewhat form idable appearance
freight per day, and it is estim ated keeping pace with American produc
Laidlaw E xhibit a t Corn Show.
two persons from a wrecked houseboat all implements and m achinery, it is be of
that in a very few years will be ship tio n ,“ said ex-Sonator William
the schedule should occasion no Laidlaw
TAX REGULATIONS MADE.
lieved that a classification of these alarm.
drifting down the W illam ette.
ping over 2,000,000 boxes of apples per Clark today, as he stepped from the
under the following four heads
‘More than four months remain in and G. Springer of M adras are taking year, and a large per cent of these will gangw ay of the inbound steam er Mau Income From Corporations Expected to
Dr. Cook is suffering from nervous terns
be consigned to Oriental ret'ania. “ I t is true, copper is selling
prostration, a fte r preparing his records 1. Vehicles: This class comprises which to review the results of the year active measures to get up a creditable undoubtedly
too low, but overproduction is respon
for inspection of Copenhagen univer automobiles, wagons, carriages and 1909 aud prepare for the visit of the xhibit from this district for the corn points.
sible. The normal price should be 1;1 W ashington, Nov. 27.—Corporation
But preparation of
sleighs, and equipm ent used in conncc w numerator.
$16,000 for 160 Acres.
ritten record should be commenced at
Steam er Argo was blown on the sand» tion with them, as harnesses, blankets, nice.
Inform ed of the recent decision tax regulations are now complete and
No one should attem pt to com December 6. It is proposed to secure Hood River—Charles and E. O. Hall
at the entrance to Tillamook bay, and whips, etc.
against the Standard Oil company, Sen ready for the printer. It has been a
three persons were lost and several oth rising all implements and m achinery should be divided as indicated in the the gentlemen are m eeting with gratify- acres of raw land a few miles south of ator Clark said:
great, task to meet all the complexities
nbove outline, one evening being given iig success in their efforts. The L aid Dee, in the upper valley, and formerly “ I ’m not surprised. I never believed of the law and expected attacks upon it
>porated by any power other than up
to farm expenses, a second to live law district is noted for its agricul the property of Mr. Velguth. The Hall in large corporate aggregations of cap by the corporations. L atest estim ates
The governm ent is unable to get any hand power, as plows, harrows, rollers,
word from its m inister at M anagua, reapers, mowers, hay loaders, feed stock, a third to dairy products, and tural products, and at the irrigation brothers paid $16,000 for the tract. The teal, and for myself I have always pre indicate a net revenue from the cor
through the list. In this way ongress held at Boise three years ago new extension of the Mount Hood rail ferred to work as an individual.“
Nicaragua, and it is believed President grinders, etc., etc.
poration tax of approxim ately $25,000,-
topic can be given the considera arried off first honors for exhibits road has caused a large number of in
Zelaya is intercepting dispatches.
3. H and m achinery and tools, includ each
000 annually, and 122,000 corporations
ion it deserves, and the resulting fig shown from an irrigated district.
Women May Be Smugglers.
vestors to rush into the hitherto
ng carp enters' tools, hoes, shovels, ures
Fierce storm s are sweeping the Great scythes,
certain to be more accurate
isolated district. The upper Hood River Boston, Nov. 29.—In the arrest here probably will have to pay the tax.
forks, grindstones, fanning than are
if compiled hastily .“
In a far southwestern state it has
The Dalles Land for $50 an Acre. valley has the very finest drain soil, today, at the request of the federal of been
found that not more than 10 per
and is of the choicest quality for ficials of New York, of Miss M ary S,
Senator Borah will ask congress to 4. Miscellaneous articles, including
many thousands of corporations
investigate Ballinger Pinchot feud.
ill such minor equipment as kettles,
DEALS BLOW TO GRAFTERS.
wheat land is the price at which the apples.
Moore and Miss Isabella Holland, of ever of have
actually done business. Im
Fire broke out anew in the St. Paul hains, etc., not included in the first Members of Police Commission Are Not
proper registration in many cases is
L in n 's Property Increases.
The Dalles, on the line of the Great
wear, the governm ent authorities be expected,
mine, and rescue work is suspended.
but the series of penalties
Those ‘4 Suggested. ’ ’
Southern railroad, was sold, tho buyers Albany—County Assessor M cKnight lieve they have m aterially assisted in under the law
will apply to all, even to
The governm ent is preparing to send “ Many farm ers greatly underesti
m arines to N icaragua on short notice. mate the total value of their posses arthy, who Nvas recently elected mayor fith, both of this city. The place con the assessment roll of the county. The from France. The women were charged those who fail to get the forms and
m ailing of the forms
Friends of Astor still continue to sions of this character when consider- n the Union Labor ticket, has selected tains 264 acres, only 200 acres of which total for this year is $25,333,855, while jointly with Robert Schwartz, Philip and blanks to every
search for the missing yacht Nourmahal. ng them in the aggregate, and it is the
members of the police commission steep and rocky to be cultivated. The
in -the various districts is not required
British Liberals believe th at a fight uggested above th at an accurate esti and the announcem ent comes as a
law, and is m erely to assist the cor
paid for the place was $10,000, or is 189,058, and of untillable 794,350, conspiracy to defraud the government by
\e re blow to the union labor grafters price
to a finish on English lords has begun. mate
porations. Those not registered should
of their worth can be made. The who
$50 an acre for the tillable land. Three valued respectively at $5,534,405 and by evading duty. The women were apply
imm ediately to collectors.
Standard Oil company will undertake value assigned this class of property for their efforts in his behalf.
ears ago this place could have been $9,965,190.
held in default of $8000 bail.
All returns are required to be in the
the inventory should be the esti Not a labor man figures among those bought for $20 an acre.
the repeal of the Sherm an anti-trust
hands b j March 1, then sent
mated amount it would bring at pub chosen.
Cook’s Report in Vault.
to the internal revenue bureau here,
Joseph L eggett, an old-time Demo
A Chinese letter w riter has warned “ As in the case of the farm inven
W heat—Bluestem, $1.09; club, 99c; New York, Nov. 24.—The volumi where the tax will be assessed and the
rat, and a man of sterling integrity
the mayor of Portland that a tong war ry,
M ilton—Jam es W ait, last spring red Russian, 96% c; Valley, $1; Turkey ous report prepared by Dr. Frederick faxpaying corporations notified by June
no special blanks are required for remains
is likely to begin at any time.
he record of farm products of 1909. new men are to be W illiam MacNev&n, purchased a 53 acre tract of land red, $1.02; 40 fold, $1.01(51.02.
A. Cook, for the U niversity of Copen 1, the tax to be paid by July 1.
The governm ent has ordered a rigid An ordinary note book with leaves at member
near the W alla W alla river, and it ton. Barley—Feed, $28; brewing, $28 per hagen, which will set forth the ex
W ild Man Is Captured.
investigation into the St. Croix disaster.
claim to having reached the
here th at the enterprising tlorist is
who is connected with a down-
convenient. The following inform ation Blot,
Whole, $33.50; cracked, $34.50 plorer’s
M any damage suits may follow.
N orth Pole, will be shipped under a U kiah, Cal., Nov. 27.—Emilio Badoni,
planning one of the most extensive hot per Corn—
own wholesale commission firm.
ill be called for:
guard on the Scandinavian- known in this section as “ The W ild
T aft will prosecute the sugar trust to 1. Farm expenses in 1909: A. Amount The» labor leaders are already dis house plants in the northwest. A num Oats— No. 1 white, $30(530.50 per strong
Ameriean liner U nited States on Man of H opland,” was captured last
a finish in spite of the statu te of limi spent in cash for farm labor (exclusive gusted with the independence of Me ber of greenhouses are being built, all ton.
From the precau night by Constable Orr, of Cloverdale,
arthy. One of them said, when f which will be heated by steam and Hay—Thnothy, W illam ette Valley, tions taken, it day. is apparent
tations, under which they claim immu f house work).
th at Dr. and Game W ardens Lee and Miller, who
lighted by electricity. In addition to $15(0)19 per ton; E astern Oregon, $18 Cook fears som ething may happen
B. Estim ated value of house rent and asked how ’iibor was faring with the these,
to broght him to this city. Badoni has
Lack of American beef in Germany
report. A rrangem ents have been lived in a cave near Coinsky station
being erected on a piece of ground cheat, $14(5)15.50; grain hay, $15(5)16. his
him since he was elected.“
m ay cause a cam paign for the readmis it ion to cash wages paid.
to store it in the strongbox in since last May, and had not spoken to
bordering the interurban track.
B utter—City cream ery extras, 36c; made
the cap tain ’s room on board the ship, any one for many months. During this
sion of American canned meats under a
fancy outside cream ery, 32%@36e per where
French General Assassinated.
Mob Shoots Down Negro.
very low tariff.
it will be guarded on the voyage time he has lived on sheep he has killed
T racklaying at Lebanon.
pound; store, 22%@24c. (B utter fat
and food taken from cabins in the
Excessive rains have produced flood P aris, Nov. 30.— A man believed to Meriden, Miss, Nov. 27.—Morgan Lebanon— Mr. Dollarhide, who had a prices average l% c per pound under
neighborhood. Badoni was found by
Jap an Publishes Factory Laws.
conditions throughout the W illam ette be insane, and having an imaginary hambers, a negro, was taken from ontract with Hayden Bros, for grading regular butter prices).
the officers sunning him self on top of
and Columbia valleys, and much dam grievance against the war departm ent, Town M arshal Broadway and Deputy about two and one-half miles of track Eggs— Fresh Oregon extras, 42% (5 Tokio, Nov. 27.—W ith the view of Squaw
rock, and was captured before
shot and seriously wounded General Joe Camp at Meechan, 12 miles west for the new extension on the Crabtree 45c per dozen; eastern, 32(538c per m eeting labor problems before they be
age has resulted.
Verand today on the steps of the Hotel of here, tonight by 200 masked men end,
come complex, the governm ent today he could offer any resistance.
A Kansas hen laid an egg bearing Continental.
The man was arrested nd his body riddled with bullets. The and left for the vicinity of Portland, Poultry—Hens, 14%@ 15c; springs, published a new bill in connection with
the lettering “ Drouth 1911.“
L ater it was learned that he had mis negro had earlier in the day beaten where
Is Japanese W hite Man?
factory laws. U nder the statute,
he will establish another camp, 14(5 14%c; roosters, 9(510c; ducks, 16c; the
Verand for General and robbed M artin Dressier, an aged
which goes into imm ediate effect, the Richmond, Va., Nov. 27.—The ques
Colonel A sto r’s yacht Nourm ahal is
grading and excavating for the geese, 10%c; turkeys, live, 20@21c; employment
Brim, m inister of war. The assailant, citizen of Poi-ite, a small station two '"he
reported safe a t San Juan harbor.
w hether a Japanese is a white man
rack through the city has been com iressed, 22% (5 25c.
is an Algerian, was overpowered iles west of Meechan. Dressier identi pleted.
is prohibited in factories. Women tion
within the meaning of the naturaliza
aud some tracklaying will be- Fresh Fruits— Apples, $1(5)3 box; old
Senator Borah says the forestry bu who
tion law was vigorously debated in the
reau usurps the functions of congress. walking arsenal of revolvers and dag and Deputy Camp started with the n this week.
$1.50 per crate, 12%@15c per basket; hibited from laboring at night, and no United States circuit court of appeals
Football has, so far this year, claimed gers. General Verand received bullets negro for the jail. On the way they
today. Namyo Bessho, former en
Fine Apples in Wallowa.
30 dead and 216 injured, most of the in the neck and forehead, and his con ore confronted by the mob, which took
$1.25(51.50 per box; cranberries, $9@ hours per day under any circum listed man and steward in the United
W allowa—T hat W allowa county is 9.50
dition is considered serious.
Latter being maimed for life.
the negro by force.
States navy, is an applicant for Ameri
destined to become one of the great i box. per barrel; persimmons, $1.50 per
can citizenship. The district attorney
St. Louis women took forcible pos
pple producing sections w ithin the Potatoes—Oregon, 60@70c per sack;
ain-tains that he is barred by the law
session of the streetcars of th at city
which gives the right of c:tizenship to
Spokam — Bacause of the failure of of fine apples in the window of tne
and cleaned them up.
white persons and all those of A f
by the Columbia River Confer the Great Nort hern rail road to secure Wallowa Realty company. Among the dozen; beans, 10c per pound; cabbage, tried here W ednesday for alleged false
A nother d a y ’s search in the St. Paul years
rican descent who are of good moral
cauliflower, email@example.com per doz.; swearing. The case was continued last character.” The case may not be de
mine revealed 47 dead bodies, but no few days ago and leaving an estate
Red Cheek, Jonathan, M cIntosh’s Red •%(51c; $3.50
per crate; eggplant, $1.75 August, and relates to a r affidavit filed cided for several days.
indication of any more living.
valued at $7,000, Mrs. Eliza Uren, in Kphrata, where it has been getting nd M cM ahon’s W hite, all of which celery.
horseradish. 9(510c per dozen; by Mr. Pierce when the Rogers Pierce
Four hundred and fifty lords will valid wife of the late Mr. Uren, pas w ater for 16 years. F. A. Tolliver and are of excellent size and flavor.
hothouse lettuce, $ firstname.lastname@example.org per box; company entered the state in 1900, after
Mummy Rameses Arrives.
assemble to vote on the final accept tor of the F irst M ethodist church of sou made a tiling and shut off the water
pumpkins, 1(51% «; squash, $1(5)1.10; having been ousted for violation of the
ance or rejection of the British budget. Dayton, caused disappointm ent in pending the settlem ent of a suit, a r 1
tomatoes, 75e@$1.50; turnips, 75c@$l a n titru s t laws. A ttorneys for the Boston, Nov. 27.—Rameses, king of
Recent court decision against Stand
Pottage Grove—O. P. Adams is ex- per sack: carrots, $1; beets. $1.25; ru t state conferred today and declared that Egypt» ¡9 resting aboard the steam ship
wealth was made known. She dry on the main line of the Great biting
ard oil is said to be only a theoretical her
a head of kale with leaves abagas, $1.10 per sack; parsnips, $1.25; no continuance would be asked or grant Aragonia, while the vessel is discharg
ed by either side.
defeat, and will result in no practical tralia without contributing a penny to laid up at Ephrata for lack of water. 30x16 inches. A single plant has pro- onions. Oregon, $1.25(5)1.50 per sack.
ing a portion of the cargo here prepara
Best steers, $4.50(5'4.65; fair
the church which had made com fort Ephrata is the onlv station between luced sufficient feed for a cow for a to Cattle—
tory to proceeding to New York. The
existence possible for her during Wilson creek and T rinidad at which
monarch, whose age is estim ated at
Isthm ian canal commission reports able
$3.50(53.75; best cows, $3.50(53.75; me
about 3000 years, was lifted aboard the
the big ditch half finished, and esti
dium, $3(5 3.25; common to medium, Roosevelt and her daughter, Miss Ethel, steam
er by the seamen at Suez with
m ates the cost will be double the
$2.50(52.75; bulls, $2(52.50; stags, $2.50 returned today from Europe on the
Riches L eft to Women.
“ Take Away Your O un to at.”
original estim ate.
(53.50; calves, light, $5.25(55.50; heavy, Koenigen Albert. Mrs. Roosevelt’s New York for destination. Rameses—
one of the long line of
Vancouver, B. C., Nov. 24.— For the
stepdaughter, Mrs. Nicholas Longworth.
No lives were lost in the burning of purpose
steam er Bellerophon, from Asiatic Roseburg—Turkey shipm ents from Hogs— Best, $8(58.10; medium, $7.50 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Robins.n and Egyptian sovereigns of th at name has
the steam er St. Croix, but many were
ports, today brought news from Macao Roseburg: Harness and Johnson, 2,100; 7.85; Stockers, $4(54.75.
Collector of the Port William Loeb, Jr. not been determ ined— is a mummy.
injured and great suffering prevailed. women who are entirely outside the that the French gunboat Argus was Kohlpagen, 600; F ry A Co., 2,000; E. (5 Sheep
— Best wethers, $4.25(54.50; met them at the pier.
The ship is a total loss.
pale of churches and religious organi driven into a paddy field 600 yards from O. Young A Co.. Oakland, 6,100. The fair to good.
H ail H its Los Angeles.
$3.75(54; best ewes, $3.75
H unter “ Finishes “ Chum.
zations, Dr. Eady Stevenson, of this a river in which she took shelter from highest price paid for birds was 22% (54; fair to good, $3.50(53.75; lambs,
An Ohio banker and party of four city,
Nov. 27.—Hailstones as
deceased, has left property
$ 5 ( 55 . 35 .
Omaha, Neb., Nov. 29.—W hile hunt large as walnuts fell in various por
have completed a 1,300 mile trip in row valued lately
ing today, Wesley McBride, aged 16 tions of this city late today for ten
Pork—Fancy, 10c per pound.
boats down the Colorado river. They set aside quarterly for two relatives. compensation for destruction of their
W ill L ight Streets.
Veal—E xtras, ll@ 12% c.
according to his own version of the minutes. A sleet storm followed a sud
obtained many photographs of prehis The
accidentally shot his companion
toric Indian hieroglyphics.
fall in the tem perature, the falling
tees, who include the m ayor of Van The Chinese insist th a t the French arrangem ents for the lighting of the nominal; 1907 crop, 12c; 1906 crop, 8c. H arry Long, aged 15, in the jaw. and den
rem aining on the ground some
It is reported th at there are 200,000 couver, use the fund available to carej sailors remove their gunboat from the business streets, and 10 lamps are be
Wool—Eastern Oregon, 16(523c per then fired two shots into his head to sleet
affording an unusual sight for
unemployed in New York city.
for the city s destitute.
ng placed by the electric company.
pound; Mohair, choice, 24c pound.
make a good job of i t.”
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