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ELK S TAKE PO R TLAN D .
D O IK Of THE I Q
C ity Illuminated a t N ever B e f o r e -
Thousands A rrive .
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT OF TRE STATE
follow. He was going to the reatatl
rant In the Interior of the stand.
B ut as he passed a big white loup
Ing car a t the end of the row, a wom
an leaned from the shadow of the top.
”1 beg your pardon," she sum
moned, her tone composed and ra th e r
T he apology veiled a command.
"M adam ?” be responded, astonished
and scarcely pleased.
She deliberately stepped down be
side him, accompanied by the crisp
sound of shaken silk and a drift of
faint, rich fragrance. She wore a
dark motor-veil, and In the m ingling
of dense shadows and glaring lights It
was not possible to distinguish more
than her general effect of youth and
well poised grace.
”1 fancied by your costume th at you
were one of the racers," she explained.
“And as I only arrived an hour ago,
I wished to beg some inform ation.”
“I am one of the m en driving,” he
She turned to glance a t the car*
rushing by, struggling for the leud
Can you tell me
w hether Ralph Stanton is now driving
the M ercury?”
"No," he answ ered, Interested fol
the first time. "But he will take the
wheel again in half an hour.”
"Ah? I have heard so much of his
spectacular feats, I," she gave a care
less, rippling laugh, "I confess I
should like to see some of them ."
"Yes? Well, half the people her*
come to see w hether some of the men
won’t take a chance once too often.
They say there Is a pleasant thrill in
watching some one else get killed.”
“H ardly that," she demurred. "Still,
If one comes to an autom obile race;
one w ants to see som ething more ex
citing than a drive in the park; sum »
thing m ore exciting th an —th at.” Sh4
waved a fragile hand toward the
track, shrugging her shoulders with
an airy am usem ent and scorn.
Stanton surveyed the scene, th*
darkness hiding his expression.
"T he Mercury is m arking time with
a su b stitu te driver, the Duplex Is oil
with a choked feed-pipe, and the Stern
w ent through the fence," he summed
up. "The others are driving to win
by endurance, playing for accidents tt
the fa ster cars. It is a dull period,
Just now. Yet every car there Is go
Ing fast enough to face destruction II
anything goes wrong.”
She turned to him again, and h<
knew her gaze sw ept him interroga
But bis clos»
fitting linen costum e offered no m eant
of identification, since he purposely
kept from the light the silver letter!
running across his Jersey.
Portland, Ju ly 8. — P ortland is in
possession of the Elks.
E X P E R IM E N T F A R M U R G E D .
S H O W S B IG F A R M .
sta te and every clim e the an tlered
m ultitude and th e ir fam ilies poured D r. W ithycom ba Tells H o w O regon M o ro E xperim ent S tation Host to
into the city yesterday.
More than a
Could Increase W ealth,
Visiting B oosters.
score of special tra in s arrived, each
Oregon A gricultural College, Cor
Moro— Moro sta te and Federal ex
carry in g its burden of pleasure-seek
ing lodge men. ¡Every regular train v a llis—Dr. Jam es W ithycom be, d irec périm ent farm was host to v isitors
carried its full quota of convention to r of the ag ric u ltu ra l ex p erim en t from all p a rts of Sherm an county
General Resume o f Im po rtant Event* crowds.
Nearly all the regular trains statio n a t Oregon A gricultural college from P ortland, and from neighboring
ta r c f The G j iiio anJ (he C aixSe
and five sub-stations a t Moro, Her- counties. The O.-W. R. & N. reduced
Presented In Condensed F o rm
operated in special sections.
fares for fa rm e rs’ day, and this
C alifornia, Oregon,
TheFlym ^ M ercury etc.
fo r O u r Busy Readers.
W ashington and Idaho points predom his address before the ranchers who helped swell the attendance.
The d a y ’s program opened w ith the
inated in 'num bers from early in the
day. L ate last night the eastern part Moro, em phasized the value of dem on a rriv a l of a passenger tra in from the
Mexican rebels are p reparing to in of the U nited S ta te s contributed its stra tio n farm work as a m eans o f in southern p a rt of the county. V isitors
mcn sw arm ed around to fill tanks and
vade the sta te of Sonora.
share. Jersey City sent more than troducing scientific m ethods of fa rm w ere conducted over the experim ent
S YN O P S IS .
give swift inspection, and the fretting
farm by S uperintendent Stephens and
N ine C am orrists who have been on 100, w hile C incinnati, New York, and ing.
car sped back to (he track.
Dr. W ithycom be sta te d th a t in his his corps of assistants. V isitors were
At t h e b e g i n n i n g o f g r e a t a u t o m o b i l e
tria l two years in Italy for murder, o th er points (east of the M ississippi
Left opposite each o th er in the flick
(tu* m e c h a n i c i a n o f
M e* ury.
contributed heavily to the arrivals.
opinion, the m aintenance o f dem on divided into groups, each in charge of
have been convicted.
i t e ering glare of the sw inging electric
All n ig h t long the m agnificent stra tio n farm s in each county in the an a ssista n t. In the afternoon a m eet S t a nt n ii t o . n J ' e s s s m e a h c l h u i y n d e , . v d o r o l u p n s t e d e e r s a , d . and S t r is a n ac
Elks by thousands arriv e in the city train s of five, six, e ig h t and even a sta te under com petent supervision, ing was held in the opera house.
lumps, driver and m echanician stood
of Portland and the official session of dozen splendidly equipped coaches would result, w ithin the n e x t five
for a m oment, weary, car-stiff, and
The experim ent farm now has 500
the Grand Lodge is opened.
C H A P T E R I. (Continued.)
Stanton unclasped his
years, in increasing the ag ric u ltu ra l v a rie tie s o f grow ing crops, and the
reached the city.
Coin’ to throw away the race a n ’ m ask with a Jerk, took a step toward
P ortland was a ready host.
P o rt products of the s ta te $10,000,000 an sam e am ount of land under p rep ara
Hot w eather continues in the E ast
and m any deaths result.
New York land Elks had prepared amply for such nually. T his could be accom plished, tion for experim ents n e x t year. It wreck your m achine, for foolishness?” the tent, then turned tow ard his a s
a crowd. Portland citizens, too, had he said, w ithout adding a square rod has 34 varieties of w heat, the seed he inquired. "T h at's Just like you, sistant.
had the h o tte st Ju ly 8 since 1876.
"The th ree hours are up," he ob
taken up the burden and shared the of ground to the presen t farm acreage. being im ported from foreign coun Ralph Stanton. You'll risk a blow-out
A move is on foot in W ashington to responsibility and the joy of caring
served roughly. "I suppose you leave
Dr. W ithycom be said in p a rt:
including G erm any, France, un’ a sm ash to save five m inutes in
induce both T a ft and Roosevelt to for thousands of guests.
“ D enm ark has m ade phenomenal A u stria and A lgeria.
Eleven va rie tw enty-four hour race. You can drive, me."
w ithdraw from the presidential race.
"W hy do you suppose th a t? Are
The C ourt of Honor, w hich is the ag ricu ltu ral progress under th is sys tie s of a lfa lfa , grow ing w ith o u t ir r i but you won't use common sense.”
Som ething snapped under S tan to n ’s you through with m e?” Floyd asked,
W ith an area gation, w ere shown.
Severe e arthquake shocks have been m asterpiece of decorative a rt, was il tern o f instruction.
The e x p eri
with studied quietness.
fe lt in A laska, w ireless communica- lum inated in all its glory.
Its g re at equalling one-sixth th a t o f our own m ent farm today has 97 v a rie tie s of m ask. Raging with silent fury,
”1 m ade th e offer to any m an who
tion was interru p ted and another e rup tow ering buildings sm iled down on the sta te , Denm ark supports 2,690,000 dom estic w heat, besides the foreign slowed down his c a r and swung into
good-humored crowds ¡beneath the people and annually ex p o rts m ore than v a rie tie s; 16 of oats, 47 of barley, 10 the paddock gate as they came oppo would go for the first th ree hours.
tion of Mt. K atm ai is feared.
site it. thundering through to his own The tim e is up; you’re free to get
A young Socialist in Sw itzerland has b rillian t lights. The m onster electric $100,000,000 w orth o f b u tte r, eggs o f corn, 14 o f field peas, 12 of grain camp.
your money from Mr. Green, and
signs upon the
ta lle st
stru c tu re s and bacon. This re su lt is accom plished sorghum , 4 of em m er, 15 of alfalfa,
inherited $130,000, and his friends are
“ Fix th a t tire ,” he commanded, as leave.”
caused prolonged study from all v isi under adverse a g ric u ltu ra l conditions, 6 of g rass, 2 each of kale and rape,
now w a itin g to see if he will d istrib
Floyd took off his own m ask and
tors. Those who have attended form much o f the country being so bleak as and 22 v a rie tie s of potatoes.
T here the sw arm of m echanics surrounded
u te it according to his belief.
er grand lodges m arveled w ith those to n ecessitate the b lan k e tin g o f the a re 160 plots devoted to tillag e and them , and descended from his seat to bared his white, steadfast face and
The Pacific Mail steam er C ity of who never had seen an E lk s’ reunion. cows to keep them com fortable w hile crop rotatio n , dem o n stratin g the bene confront the assistan t m anager. "H ave tired eyes to the o th er’s gaze.
”1 entered for the race, or for as
W hile the
care-free m ultitudes a t pa stu re du rin g the sum m er se a fits of good, bad and indifferent fa rm you got me a nother m echanician,
Panam a was disabled off the C alifor
yet? T his one won’t do."
m uch of It as you w ant me,” he cor
n ia coast and signalled for aid by thronged the decorated thoroughfares son.”
W hy, no,” Mr. Green deprecated. rected. “U ntil you quit, or find a sub
w ireless. The steam er Rose C ity an of the city, the m achinery of the
"T he driv er who alte rn a tes w ith you stitu te you like better, I'm w ith you.”
R O G U E R IV E R S E E S R E C O R D .
grand lodge was busy inside the M ult R A IS E “ B U S T E R B R O W N " A P P L E S
sw ered and took her in tow.
to keep his m echanician;
They looked a t each other.
nomah hotel, grinding out its reg u lar
W hile digging for a spring on
“Go rest, then. T here is coffee in
yearly routine of work, p rep arato ry to “ Y ellow K ids” and “ Mary J a n e ” Also F ru it and G rain C ro p s A re Unusual sides, the man isn't exactly ready to
farm two m iles south of Brownsville, the opening of the re g u la r sessions on
side,” bade Stanton, and sw ung on his
and Danger is Past.
W ill Figure Prom inently.
Oregon, the owners of the farm di
Tuesday m orning.
covered an abandoned tunnel four feet
At the e n tra n ce to his ten t he was
Hood R iver—C harles A. B artcher,
wide and tw elve feet high.
of Chicago, who is in te rested w ith R. grow ers of a record crop in the Rogue him here. W hat,” he looked toward m et by the exultant a ssista n t mans-
S H U T O U T IN O K L A H O M A .
F. O utcault, the noted a r tis t and c a r
The huge stre e t clock in fro n t of
'T’ve got you a m echanician, Stan
o rig in a ted
“ B u ster the grow ers for more th in n e rs is fre Floyd's bronze head shone In the elec
Portland jew elry store stopped a t 11 Political Bolters Find N o Place Un- B row n” and “ M ary J a n e ,” the child quent. O ld-tim ers declare the trees tric light as he directed proceedings, to n !” he exclaim ed Jubilantly. “I tel
der Peculiar Laws.
o'clock Monday n ig h t as the Elks
our fix to headquarters, and
ren of a comic Sunday supplem ent,
Grand I-odge was singing “ Auld Lang
Jack R upert Is coming down-—the
Oklahoma C ity.—T here will b? no has been here th is week on business and now th a t the d anger o f fro st is S cared?”
Syne” in memory of absent ones, and third party in Oklahoma.
Roosevelt and looking over the v a lle y ’s orchard practically past, it seem s alm ost cer
"N o,” conceded Stanton, grudgingly chief te s te r at the factory, you know,
the proprietors of the store decided to Republicans find th ere is no w ay for land. The land in w hich the cartoon ta in th a t a bum per crop will be h a r Just. “Insolent and Interfering.”
who used to race with the chief him
let it rem ain in th a t position during them to put a p arty in the field, un ist is in terested is owned by several vested.
self. He 'phoned th at he wouldn’t see
"W ell, if th at is all—”
the re st of the week in honor o f the der the title o f the Progressive Re New York men.
The grow th, both of old and young
Slnnton turned his back upon the the M ercury throw n out but to tell
I t com prises 1600
E lk s’ fe stiv itie s in the city.
publicans or any other title sig n ify in g acres n e ar O kanogan. A g re a t m any trees, has been phenomenal, every ec speaker, recklessly and blindly angry, you he was going to cancel his life
insurance policy first so he would not
Two E lk s' grand lodge com m ittees th a t it is an offshoot of the Republi trees already have been se t out. The c e n tric ity of ¡an unusual season ap past all reasoning.
W hen, the brief operation com be accused of suicide for the 1 neflt
rem ainder of the orchard is being paren tly being beneficial.
m et in Portland and the city is full of can party.
The sam e rule applies to Dem ocrats. cleared by a crew o f negroes brought tru e not only of fru it trees, b u t of all pleted, Floyd sprang up beside his of his heirs. Funny chap! H e ll be
Elks ready for the national conven
grow ing things. An unusually heavy driv er for the sta rt. Stanton surveyed here before you go on the track
The D em ocratic organization in O kla out from K entucky.
“ W e are plan tin g only Delicious, first crop o f a lfa lfa is harvested, w ith him through his goggles.
A viator Christofferson was unable homa carefully screw ed down the lid
"W hat for?” dem anded Stanton. “If
“If you are nervous about m y driv
to fly a t Tillamook on Ju ly 4, ow ing to to prevent the success of any bolting Jo n a th an s and Yellow N ew to w n s,” the second crop coming rapidly. Hay,
I kill my m echanician, I kill my car
(TO B E C O N T I N U E D .)
dangerous cross currents of a ir which p a rty when Oklahom a became a sta te . says Mr. B artcher. “ A unique scheme oats and barley will yield b e tte r than ing and my sense, you had b e tte r get
This fa ct is not generally known. A has been devised by Mr. O utcau lt to in years, b u t so rank has been the off now," was the grim warning. "F or and m yself—I don’t need two men,
prevented him rising above 50 feet.
Banana Disease Threatens M arket.
candidate for nom ination m ust file as m ake the boxes a ttra c tiv e and crea te grow th th a t scarcely a field is seen I drive as I see fit, and I’m going to and I’ve got one.”
Grand Arm y men refused to partici
“But I thought you said—’’ began
Because of the fact th a t the muck
m ake up these laps.”
Dem ocrat, R epublican, Socialist or a demand for the fru it. We will call w hich is not lodged to some e x te n t.
pate in F ourth of Ju ly exercises a t
dreaded “I’anam a banaua disease,'
Prohibition, or else as an independent.
"W hy are you w asting tim e here, the amazed Mr. Green.
Honolulu because the D eclaration of He is precluded under the law from the Delicious
I was wrong. 'Phone R upert th at which h a j devastated the banana plait
th en ? ” countered the m echanician,
C O O S BAY W ORK P LA N N ED .
Independence was read by a Japanese filing as an “ Independent R epublican” J a n e s ,’ the Jo n ath an s, the ‘B u ster
Browns, ’ and the Yellow N ew tow ns,
The Mercury hurtled viciously down
or "P ro g ressiv e D em ocrat,” or in any the ‘Yellow K id s.’ E very apple w ill P o rte r B ro th ers M ake A rrangem ents
the line of training cam ps and burst
Chicago celebrated the F ourth w ith o ther way in which he m ay seek to use bear a w rapper and every box a label
P re lim in ary to C onstruction,
out on the track like a blazing m eteor.
the name of one of the four p a rties. handsom ely illu stra te d by an en g rav
out an accident, the first on record.
M arshfield— R. B. P o rte r and G rant Stanton shifted into high gear on the
F ilin g tim e expired Ju n e 27. The ing from one of Mr. O u tc a u lt’s d raw
On account of Canadian fuel oil ta r Roosevelt R epublicans m ade no effort in g s.”
Sm ith, o f th e firm of P o rte r Brothers, curve, and began to drive—as he saw
iff law s it is likely all ships plying be to p u t a tic k e t in the field and cannot
railroad contractors, arriv ed in the fit.
tw een Canadian and U nited S ta te s do it now.
city to m ake arran g em en ts in th is lo
John Day Valley Rich.
T he close-packed w itnesses stood
ports will obtain th e ir fuel in this
The rigid effects o f th is an ti-b o ltin g
“ F or good schools, fine farm s, good cality p relim inary to the s ta rtin g of during m ost of the next hour, a lte r
aw w ere not generally known until orchards and rich resources G rant construction on the Eugene-Coos Bay nately applauding and shouting dis
A trio o f Pennsylvania men have delegates retu rn ed from the Chicago county com pares favorably w ith any line of the Southern Pacific. P o rter may, clim bing on seats and benches to
w ritte n to Gov. Hay, of W ashington, convention and found they could not d is tric t in the s t a te ,” said N. (I. B rothers hold the contract for build see. The o th er racers gave the Mer
offering to come W est and e x term in s ta r t anyth in g in Oklahoma.
M aris, who has ju s t m ade a trip into ing 80 m iles o f the line extending cury room on the turns, a fte r the
ate the " h e rd s of seal and w alrus
the John Day valley in the in te re s t of from the end of th e 23 m iles now be Alan c ar tried to steal an Inside
which they understand in fest the Co
the school ch ild ren ’s in d u strial m ove ing b u ilt by Twohy B rothers out of sweep, and skidding, m issed destruc
A ir H as N ew Dangers.
Eugene, to a point th is side o f G ardi tion through and with Stanton by the
lum bia riv er and kill the deer and elk
P a ris—An arm y aeroplane accident m ent.
narrow m argin of a foot.
and endanger the se ttle rs along the show ing the g re a t danger of m achines
“ The John Day valley, w here m ost ner.
W ork on the b ig tunnel on th is side
T here was neither opportunity nor
riv e r.”
passing too n ear to each o th er w hile of my trav e l and w ork was confined of G ardiner will be c arried on during
wish for speech betw een the two who
d uring th e la st w eek, is one of the
One man was killed and a woman
rich est a g ric u ltu ra l sections of the the w inter. The Siuslaw country may rode the verge of death on the Mer
probably fa ta lly injured when th e ir Paris.
T h eir average annual be the headquarters for th e firm dur cury. Floyd attended steadily to his
L ieutenants B riez and Burlez, of whole s ta te .
autom obile was crowded off the croad
duties; pum ping oil, brushing the yel
p recip itatio n in th a t county is some ing the railroad construction.
and over an em bankm ent by " ro a d the French arm y, sta rte d on a flight th in g over 20 inches, insuring, w ith
low trackdust from the pilot’s goggles
hogs” in a larger and fa ste r m achine, from the aerodrom e in se p a ra te mono proper farm ing, good g ra in crops, but
to clear bis vision for each turn,
Pow er at C a sc ad e L ocks.
L ieutenant Briez had a t
w atching the tires and the o ther m a
tained an a ltitu d e of 600 feet, when the John Day valley is largely devoted
Hood R iver—“ O ur company will de chines. But he m ade no protest a t the
to the production o f hay for the w in
Mexican rebels evacuated C hihua Burlez passing him a t g re a te r speed, terin g o f larg e bands of stock th a t velop 1600 horsepow er by the comple deadly m ethods of his companion.
hua upon the approach of the federals, 100 feet higher in the a ir, forced a trav e rse the splendid ranges d uring tion o f the big new flume th a t has
Near, the end of the second hour,
pocket of a ir downw ard and caused
been begun from the rapids o f H er
and have begun a gu erilla w arfare.
the machine driven by B riez to crash the g ra zin g season, and for th is pur mann c ree k ,” says G. A. Young, pres the scream of the klaxon sounded its
significant w arning of trouble.
pose a lfa lfa is king. The John Day
The first tra in over the Oregon to the ground.
ident of the C olum bia R iv er Pow er &
I t ’s us—lam ps out,” called the me
furnishes an abundant supply of w ater
E lectric into A lbany, Oregon, was
L ight company, who w as here on busi chanician, a fte r a com prehensive re
for irrig a tio n purposes,
greeted on Ju ly 4 by about 30,000 peo
“ And Husband” In Favor.
“ We have been serving the view of th eir machine.
th ree good crops of six to e ig h t tons
ple assem bled there for th a t purpose
citizens of Cascade Locks, n e ar which
San Francisco— The practice adopt an acre in the a g g reg a te .
Stanton shook his head im patiently,
and for a general celebration.
our p lan t is located, w ith electric
ed by Mrs. H. T. Howe, o f M arshall
and kept on; deliberately passing the
T his is one o f the b est natu ral hay
lig h ts since la st T h anksgiving by paddock gate instead of turning in.
town, la ., and several o th er delegates and g ra ss countries I have ever seen.
PO RTLAND M ARKETS.
m eans of a tem porary system we con As they shot by the grand stand for
the recent biennial convention, of I saw b e au tifu l m eadows of red and structed.
the second time, the klaxon sounded
W heat — T rack p rices: Bluestem , p e rm ittin g th e ir spouses to be id en ti w hite clover, which I was told had
“ It is probable th a t w ith in a short
879/90c; club, 84c; red Russian, 84c; fied on hotel re g iste rs by the addition never been seeded, b u t w as sim ply tim e some business e n te rp rise will again, long and Imperiously.
"Goin’ to fight the Judges?" lisped
v oluntary grow th, mown regularly
“ and husband” to th e ir nam es
valley, 84c; 40-fold, 84c.
come to Cascade Locks and m ake use Floyd, with careful politeness.
H ay—Tim othy, $16(0 16.50; a lfa lfa , seems likely to become popular am ong for y e a rs .”
of the surplus pow er we are develop
The driver did not speak or glance
$12.50; clover, $10; oats and vetch, the new women o f C alifornia. Mrs.
ing. Several com panies a re now con from th e funnel-effect of light and
C h ic k 14 W eeks O ld Lays.
H a rrie t Perkins brought h e r husband
$12; g ra in hay, $9.
sidering our o ffers.”
dark into which they w ere boring, but
Oregon C ity— Oregon W ashburn, a
M illstu ffs— Bran, $12.50 per ton; and w rote on the re g is te r: "M rs. H.
the catch of his breath was not gen
Perkins and husband, Planada. ” A c poultry fa n c ie r of W est Oregon C ity,
shorts, $24; m iddlings, $32.
C om pany H ost.
tle. However, he sw ung into th e pad-
Corn—Whole, $39; cracked, $40 ton. cording to accounts, P e rk in s is a p re t is the ow ner of probably the youngest
dock, on the next circuit, and halted
O ats— No. 1 w hite, $36(1/ 37 per ton. ty good husband.
laying hen in the sta te .
brief Instant to have the lamp re
given recently by the Brow nsville
E ggs— Fresh Oregon ranch, candled,
The hen w as hatched March 8 and W arehouse company, under th e m an lighted. Fam iliar w ith his usual
“ H om e Fo lks” Back T . R.
27Jc per dozen.
B utterJ— Oregon cream ery b u tte r,
Mineola, N. Y. — A t a m eeting of laid its first egg Ju n e 24 and has been agem ent of C harles S tirlin g , to the w ants, a m an ran bringing a pitcher
of w ater to Stanton; who swallowed
cubes or solid pack, 28c per pound; the rep resen tativ es here S aturday the laying daily since.
Its m other has farm ers and business m en o f the su r
prin ts, 9c.
movem ent in N assau county. Colonel hatched tw o broods since March 8. rounding country and th e ir fam ilies, little, then pushed the vessel so rough
I Am One of the Men Driving,' He Corroborated.
P ork— Fancy, 10(/z lOJc per pound.
Roosevelt’s home county, for a th ird The chicken wonder is a w hite fe ath as a m ark of a ppreciation o f the grow ly tow ard his m echanician th a t some
Now, I'd like to get tations of Central Am erica and th t
V eal—Fancy, 139/13Jc per pound.
p arty was launched.
T he m eeting ered-leg bam tam , and under size even ing patronage the com pany is enjoy of the liquid splashed over the recipi
ent and trickled down upon them both. som e rest.”
island of Trinidad, has made its ap
Poultry — Hens, 129912ic; broilers, adopted a resolution c itin g its belief for th a t species.
Mr. W ashburn is
“ H ere," he offered curtly.
T he assistan t m anager stepped pearance in Jam aica, the chief source
179918c; ducks, young, 10c; geese, 10 th a t Colonei Roosevelt “ was w rong confident the hen has established a the com pany’s larg e w arehouses, con
"T hanks," Floyd accepted,
and aside from the entrance, confounded. of supply for Am erican m arkets, a
W i l e ; turkeys, live, 179918c; dressed, fully deprived o f the nom ination for new record for e arly laying.
verted into a d ining room for the oc
shortage and even a dearth in the
casion. The program consisted o f vo d rank as they bounded forw ard, toss
P re sid e n t,” a t Chicago; th a t P re si
C H A P T E R II.
m arket supply of bananas, the most
B erries— S traw berries, $1,759/2 per dent T a ft and Woodrow W ilson “ do
cal and instrum ental m usic, readings ing the tin pitcher back over his
C om panies Evade Paying Fees.
common of tropical fruits, is threat
c ra te ; raspberries, $1.75;
logan not represent the progressive prin ci
Salem —W ith the fiscal year of the
it up and sat upon a keg of oil to w rite
Th e Risk and the Lady.
berries, 75cW$1.25; black caps, $1.50 ples of the voters o f th is c o u n try ,”
Strenuous m easures are being tak
f«» 1.75; blackberries, $1,259/1.50.
and pledging support to Colonel
Rogus River Salm on Run.
en to prevent its spread. The plants
Fresh F ru its—Cherries, 4 9/ 10c per Roosevelt for president.
Gold H ill—The Rogue R iver run of c ury’s en try possible and of the conse tfie paddock exit. It was a fte r two
in the 26 Infected d istricts have been
pound; apples, old, $1.50(/i!3 per box;
ing to avoid the expense of paying an Chinook salmon is a t its height. quent regard of Stanton for him
o'clock in the m orning; the dark arch cut down, treated with lime, and a fte r
new, $1.75w 2; peaches, 75cw90c;
Plague Found in Havana.
F ig h tin g upw ard from the ocean to
exposure to the atm osphere a while
cu rran ts, $1,769/2; plums, $19/1.40;
H avana The existence of bubonic
reach the spaw ning beds, thousands of
pears, $1.35; prunes, $1.40; apricots, plague in H avana ;has been definitely corporations have been dissolved dur fish are reported blocked below the quietly. Perhaps even Stanton was em ptiness of the central field except have been covered with earth. Another
mode of precaution is th at the feet of
determ ined. A special board o f phy
A m ent dam. The fly rod now tem po
V egetables — A rtichokes, 65w75c sicians has pronounced as tru e bubonic tions are now being recorded a t the ra rily gives place to the cane pole and with some conservatism ; perhaps he w ith the glistening white track where all persons and anim als th at may pass
through the plantation are to be dis
per dozen; asparagus, $1; beans, 8 the case of Mondez G uerroa, a Span
the big spinner b aits, which lure 30
W9c per pound; cabbage, lpz 1 Jc; cu iard. who was employed on a sew er decreases in the am ount of capital pounds or more of fighting fish to b a t built would stand such viciously gru ly to the accom panying m onotone of infected, so th at bacteria may not be
carried to adjoining properties. No ex
cum bers, $1 per box; head lettuce, laying contract.
He was taken ill
tle and occasional capture.
hours. But he kept the lead gained, wall of the official klaxon. One ma pense will be spared in fighting the
12Jc per pound; radishes, 15(ti)20c Ju ly 3 a t [his lodgings, close to the down the cost o f the license fee ac
According to local a u th o ritie s, the for all that, and a pace like the long chine was out of the race, a fte r going disease.
per dozen; spinach, 49/5c per pound; palace. Guerroa is said to be dying
salmon answ er the prim al u rge to pro swoop of a swallow.
through the fence; a heap of disor
tom atoes, $1(3)1.60 per box; garlic, and three others are reported dead in
create only a t the m atu re age o f 3
"C ar coming out of th e paddock. dered metal which men w ere striving
June Rainfall is L ight.
89/JlOc per pound; carrots, $1.76 per the same hospital, th e ir cases having
H undred and eightieth lap.
Car frantically to restore to activity, while
sack ; turnips, $1.25.
A storia—The records in the office
Striking m em bers of the Amalga
shown sym ptom s of plague.
P otatoes — Jobbing p rices: B ur
of l-ocal W eather O bserver Gilm ore
mated S kirt Stitchers were holding s
L um bar Plant is Busy.
ported, a t intervals. O therw ise there driver and m echanism were undergo conference.
show th a t the ra in fa ll in A sto ria d u r
banks, old, $19/1.25 per hundred;
C a r of A kron i t Raised.
Falls C ity —The F alls C ity L um ber was m ute attention to business on the ing a kindred process of reh abilita
new, per pound, 11®1J.
"W here is th at tall, thin girl who
A tlantic C ity, N. J . —The “ c a r” of ing the m onth of Ju n e w as 4.14 inch company is o p e ratin g its planing mill
tion. O ther cars w ent In and out Joined the union last week?” Inquired
Onions— C alifornia, red, $1.25 sack. the d irigible balloon Akron was raised es, or 1.04 inches less than th e av er and sawm ill full tim e and two hours p art of both men.
H ops— 1912 contracts, 20c;
1911 from Absecon in let, w here it fell a age for the corresponding m onth o f Tertim e d. M
the walking delegates.
The logging railroad
lene, for tires and m inor repairs—for
crop, 259/ 28c.
The secretary arose to reply:
mass of tw isted steel on Tuesday, previous years. T here w ere 11 <*y» w i|| be extended soon into new terri- a t last, as they rushed across the
W o o l— E astern Oregon, 14 </ 19$c when the balloon blew up w hile 1000 on which rain fell, 16 days w ere clear to ry prep arato ry to a y e a r’s steady
"She handed la her resignation this
The m axim um
per [pound; valley, 21(//23c; m ohair, fe et in the air. N ot a body was found and 16 w ere cloudy.
logging. By the end o f th a t tim e the
"W hat was her reason?"
The only th in g discovered tem p eratu re was 90 degrees and the outcom e o f th e Siletx railroad project
raising his arm s above his head In the and entered the space before the
C a ttle ^ — Choice steers, $ 6 ,7 6 9 /7 ; was a cap belived to have belonged to low est was 43 degrees.
"She took offense when she was
w ill be determ ined.
good, $6.50 m edium, $ 6 .7 5 9 /6 ; choice W alter Gest, the am ateu r m echani
called on to act as a picket.”—Judge,
cows, $ 5 .7 5 9 /6 .2 6 ; good, $ 5 ,6 0 9 /6 .7 5 ; cian.
M ilk C ondenser to Resume.
R oseburg E lectric Line H inted,
next circuit Stanton turned Into the enade were parked a row of autom o
m edium . $ 5 9 /5 .5 0 ; choice calves, $799
N ew berg— A rrangem ents have been
Salem — In a com plaint filed by the paddock and cam e to a stop before biles whose owners preferred to w it
8 ; good heavy calves, $ 6 9 /6 .6 0 ; bulls,
H ydroplane Stays Aloft,
"I can’t understand why you wish
perfected to resum e operations at the | Oregon E lectric in condem nation pro the M ercury's tent.
$ 3 .5 0 (i/5 ; stags, $4 ,759 /6.
Rochester. N. Y. — W illiam Cline, m ilk condenser here, which was de ceedings a g ain st E. M. Croisan and
to go to the legislature. Don’t yon
"G et out," he directed, and him self ra th e r than from the tiers of seats be think your business will suffer If you
Hogs— L ig h t, $89 i ;8.26 heavy, $6.25 flying a t C ayuga Lake park, e sta b stroyed by fire several m onths ago
w ife, plaintiff sta te s th a t i t intends to left his seat.
9 /7 .
a re elected?"
lished w hat is said to be a w orld’s T his is deemed a m a tte r o f much im- construct its line from Salem to Rose-
T he two men who alternated were avoiding the Are of attention and curi
Sheep— Y earlin g s, $ 3 9 /4 .5 0 ; w eth hydro-aeroplane record for sustained
Oh, no. You see, I m anufacture
portance to N ew berg. as the Chehalem burg, which indicates th a t the E ugene w aiting to relieve the two who de
ers, $ 2 ,5 0 9 /4 ; ewes, $ 3 9 /3 .7 6 ; lambs, flight, covering 101 m iles a t a height valley is a famous dairy section and extension will be by no m eans the
things which are needed in furnish
of 1000 fe e t in 1 :6 8 |.
ing publlo offices.”
th e condenser established a good trad e. 1 final southern invasion o f th a t road.
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