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DOUGS OfTHE WEEK
THOUSAND ARE DEAD IN
TYPHOON IN PHILIPPINES
Manila—The typhoon that Bwept
over several o f the Philippine islands
on October 16 resulted in the death of
more than 1000 persons.
dentified Americans, three roen and
little girl, were among those killed.
coasting steamer Tayabas
foundered off Escalente.
General Resume o f Important Events
o f 15 Filipinos and Spaniards came
Presented In Condensed Form
fo r Our Busy Readers.
The typhoon virtually wiped out
the towns o f Bogo, Danao, Toledo,
Maasin and Escalente.
It is reported that rurales o f Mexico
Washington, D. C.— The casualties
are joining the forces of General Diaz
are estimated at 400 on the island of
Governor Johnson, Koosevelt’s run
Cebu, according to a dispatch to the
ning mate, will till many o f his dates.
bureau o f insular affairs.
Colonel Roosevelt was somewhat
It was reported many vessels were
wearied by his all-day ride to Pitts Bunk in the harbor, hundreds o f small
burg, en route to Oyster Bay.
craft were driven ashore by a tidal
Witnesses told in detail o f secret wave, and that possibly half o f the
accounts kept by the Structural Iron 600,000 persons on the island were
workers union in the dynamiting made homeless.
Current Events of Interest Gathered
From the World at Large.
i USTlL DEVELOPMENT OF THE STATE
WEST WOULD C U T C O S T .
THREE FAM ILIES BIG AID.
ishment. Is It not? You can regal*
Miss Floyd wli b the tale. You ar* oa
your way to her, of course.”
8ke rose, drawing around her the
heavy folds of vetveL He saw now
the faint lines about her delicate
mouth and the new hardness of her
tawny eyes. Shu bad suffered, was
"Congratulate her from me, Mr.
Stanton. At least she has known a
man, whatever It has cost her.”
Yes, Floyd had played a man's part.
Whatever the anguish of losing him,
It was a matter of congratulation t*
have known him. It never occurred to
Stanton that Valerie Carlisle might
have meant him, himself.
It was afternoon when Stanton ar
rived In New York, among the snow-
thronged the streets. And then he
first realized that this was the day be
fore Christmas. Christmas? Holiday?
With a vague Impulse to escape It all.
he hailed a taxicab. A girl with her
arms full of holly brushed past him as
he reached the curb, a man In unlforns
stopped him with a hastily recited
plea for aid to the hungry poor. At
him Stanton looked, and put a yellow
bill In the outstretched hand.
“ S ir!" the man cried, pursuing him
with ready book and pencil. "W hat
name? So generous—"
“ Floyd.” Stanton answered, and
stepped into the vehicle.
The address he gave to the chauf
feur was that of the quiet up town
The little old Irishwoman clad In
black silk opened the door. He fan
cied she had aged, but on Beelng him
she broke Into beaming smiles and
ushered him In with eager welcome.
The girl who was like Floyd was
standing In the flrellt room. As Stan
ton paused on the threshold, she re
treated against the window opposite,
her fingers winding themselves hard
Into the draperies, her marvelous gray
eyes wide and fevered. So they gazed
at each other, dumb.
"You can not bear to see me?” Stan
ton first found voice. “ I have no right
to blame you—God knows I under
stand. Yet Floyd would tell you that
It was not my fault. I did not throw
away his life by recklessness.’'
She gazed at him still, yet It seemed
to him that during a brief second
consciousness had left her and return
ed. that now she looked at him differ
ently, almost wildly.
"I have been near death, also,” he
resumed. "I have seen no newspa
pers, I do not know what they have
told you. But the accident was pur*
accident; if he could have been here,
Floyd would have borne me out In
that. I have wantonly rlBked his Uf*
with mine at other times, then, no."
Her sensitive face had changed, she,
too, found speech.
"I never thought of blame,” she
protested unsteadily. "Never. You
drove straight and best. You look so
Change to Be Urged in Transporta Management o f Wallowa County Fair
tion o f Convicts.
Grateful to 24 Boys.
Salem—The system o f transporta
Enterprise — "T h e County Fair
tion of convicts from the place of con would not be much o f a success, so far
viction to the Btate penitentiary will
be materially changed at what prom as the amusement program is con
cffuH for ofT h o G dnioam i tho Candii}
ises to be a great saving, according to cerned, i f it were not for the Tippett,
plans which Governor West is making M cFetridge and Warnock boys.”
M ercury etc.
for a recommendation, to be incorpor
This remark, made by one o f the
ated in his message to the next legis
H u jim tiònflu r a m
officers o f the Wallowa County A g ri
lature, and founded on the results
« a / A w s ia e e u
which have been
secured in the cultural Fair association at the close
that was not mirthful. “ But you are
change made in transportation o f pa of the recent exhibition here, has led
too masculine to retaliate upon a
tients to the state insane asylum.
to an interesting confirmation.
woman. I am not much afraid, al
Under the old law patients were the three families there are 24 boys.
ilna o f g re a t a u tom obile
transported to the asylum under the
ra ce the m ech an ician o f the M ercu ry , though I find myself forced to depend
S tu n ton 'e m achine, drops dead. B tran ge upon your Indulgence.
A net was
care o f a sheriff or his deputy. Now
you th. Jesse F lo y d , volu nteers, and Is a c
an attendant is sent from the asylum contest put on by the fair. Whenever cepted. In the rest du rin g the tw e n ty - spread for the feet of the wicked by
an added number was desired, all the fo u r hour race S tan ton m eets a stra n ger, some one more acute, or less Indiffer
to bring in the patient.
M lsa C a rlisle, w ho Introdu ces h erself. Th e
Under the old law covering trans management had to do was to appeal M ercu ry w ins race. S tan ton recelvea ent, thun the Mercury’s driver. Your
portation for asylum patients to that to these boys, and almost any kind of flo w ers front M iss C a rlisle, w hich he Ig — mechanician set a private detective
nores. Stanton m eets M is C a rlisle on a
institution from the place o f commit an exciting contest could be arranged. train . T h e y a lig h t to ta k e w alk, and at the task of following and guarding
S. T. Tippett has nine sons, each o f train leaves. S tan ton antlr' M iss C a rlisle you until after the Cup race; fearing
fo llo w In auto. A ccid en t by w hleh S ta n
22 months between January, 1903, and whom is fully able to take care of ton Is hurt Is m ysteriou s. F lo yd , a t lunch treachery, I suppose, would be used to
GREEKS ROUT 600 TU R K S.
The latest developments in the Mex
October, 1904, the average cost for himself in any event pertaining to w ith Stanton, tells o f his boyhood. S ta n prevent your driving. You are sur
ton a g a in m eets M iss C a rlisle and th e y
ican situation are commanding the
transportation of the insane under the horsemanship. The sons are William, d in e togeth er. S tan ton com es to tra c k prised?"
earnest attention o f the War depart Artillery Duel Begins
T. S „ J. H „ G. W.. C. C., Roy K „ sick, but m a kes race. T h e y h a v e a c c i
He saw the crowded railway station,
old law was $64.51 per patient.
dent. F lo y d hurl, but not seriou sly. A t
Under the new law the average cost Chris, Teddy and Lawrence, or Buster. d in n er F lo y d tells S tan ton o f hla tw in on the morning of the return from In
John C. McFetridge furnishes seven sister, Jessica. S ta n ton becom es v e r y 111 dianapolis, and Floyd’s vivid, anxious
London— An order has been given to is shown to be $36.17, or almost half
A large force o f Bulgarians is with
tfnd loses consciousness. On re co v ery , at
in twelve miles o f Adrianople, and the army o f Thrace to take a vigorous the cost that was charged under the husky young men— William, Millard, his h otel S tan ton recelvea In vita tio n and face turned to him In the artificial
the Turkish garrison faces a desperate offensive movement against Bulgaria, old law. With the transportation of Fred, Alvin, Elmer, John and Chester. vis its Jessica. T h e y g o to th e a ter to g e th light He heard the fresh young
William Warnock’s five sons are er. and m eet M iss C a rlisle. Stan ton and voice:
" I f you won’t take care of
several hundred patients annually it
F lo y d m eet a ga in
according to a Constantinople dispatch amounts into a handsome saving.
Elmer, Perry, Earl, Jesse and Vernon. T h e y a g re e to o p era te a u tom obile fa c to r y yourself, Stanton—”
Pittsburg friends o f Carnegie paid to the Daily Telegraph. In the mean
Daniel W. Warnock has three sons
"There was no need, Mr. Stanton. I
During 1911 it cost the state a total
M iss Carlisle.
S tan ton a ga in visits Jes
130,000 duty on gems which they
sica, and th e y becom e fa s t friends. S ta n had no Idea of Interfering with you
time the Turkish fleet haB been re of $10,844 to transport patients from — Charles, W illiam and Daniel.
‘ •forgot” to declare when they entered
In the first day's amusement pro
personally. But the thing was done,
Just b efore im p orta n t race tires needed
called from the Black 3ea and ordered the place o f conviction to the prison.
the United States.
O f this amount $672 was for expenses gram, the three groups o f boys came fo r S ta n ton 's ca re a re delayed. F lo y d and overdone. The man hired to play
Clad only in pajamas and armed
incidental to transportation of pa to the front in the slow mule race, D u rin g ra ce Stan ton d e lib e ra te ly w rec k s detective was not honest; he exceed
with a hatpin, a girl student in a W is instructions to seek out and attack the tients and officers.
The per diem of Elmer Warnock, John McFetridge and his c a r to sa ve m ach in e In track. S ta n ed his mission of protection and went
and F lo y d th row n out and lose con on to Investigation for his own profit.
consin seminary routed a burglar Greek fleet.
sheriffs and guards amounted to ap Charles Tippett being the contestants, ton
T w o w eeks
la te r
S tan ton
If I am telling you this. It Is because
whom she found in her room.
On the ratio of while S. T. Tippett, the father, could aw ak es, and b elie ves F lo y d dead.
An Athens dispatch to the Tele proximately $2200.
you would soon hear the story from
General Porfirio Diaz, deposed pres graph says that after a preliminary the saving on transportation o f insane, not keep out o f the contest himself,
him. anyhow, and because I want you
CHAPTER X II— (Continued.)
ident of Mexico, will remain in Paris artillery duel between the Greeks and a saving of practically 50 per cent, or but furnished one o f the mules. E l
silence him. He has offered me his
There Is nothing at all singular In
for the present, although much inter 6000 Turks at Elassona, the Greek about $5000 annually, would be made
on deck for the next event, the three- my being here, Mr. Stanton.” she stat silence for a price, but I do not
ested in the success o f his nephew. infantry charged repeatedly and fin in transporting prisoners.
mile mule relay.
ed, In her cool, indolent voice. •'Be choose to yield to a blackmail which,
The transport Parairie, with 750 ally diBloged the Turks, capturing
Tippett and Warnock furnished one cause I ascertained by telephone when once commenced, would never end. I
marines and a United States commis their siege guns.
8TRAW B ER R Y C R O P GOOD.
string o f horses for the great 16-mile you Intended to leave the hospital, and prefer to ask shelter of your chivalry."
The Turks retired north. It is esti
sion on board, has been missing for 20
"I will silence him,” he gave cold as
Lola Warnock was a contes so arranged to meet you on the train.
days and fears are felt for her safety. mated that 10,000 Turks are concen
Tollman Farmer Produces Second tant in the g irls ’ race, showing the Tomorrow I start for Europe, to re surance.
The astrologer who predicted a vio
boys were not the only members of main for a long time, and It was nec
You are very good. It Is not the
Growth o f Fine Fruit.
lent death for President McKinley, Macedonia, 20 miles from
the fam ily who could ride horses. In essary for me to speak with you first. least of my humiliations to know that
now says there will be no choice for
the saddle-horse contest, S. T. Tippett I am sorry to see that you have been you could deal me nothing more con
The Montenegrins have captured Nu- two crops o f strawberries on his vines
president by the people on November
temptuous than your forbearance."
and J. H. Tippett provided the win frightfully 111.”
“ There Is one thing
Dan Warnock’s horse
You are too good," he answered, She hesitated.
garded as minor affairs and no real Briggs, a farmer residing near Tail-
The director o f the Smith observa
was second in the quarter-mile dash. the old antagonism stirring him strong more; 1 would like to ask whether
resistance was offered.
tory at Geneva, N. Y., has discovered
Jack Tippett beat his brother, J. H., ly. ‘‘As you observe, I was not for your recent accident was In any way
The Turkish warships fired one hun acre in strawberries, and picked an un
a comet in the eastern sky.
in the packing contest.
tunate enough to finish myself com caused by the late arrival of the tires
for your machine.”
the 27th comet discovered by the pro
On the third day, Alvin McFetridge pletely In the late wreck.’’
effect, says a Sofia dispatch to the mowed down the vines, covered the
"You did that?”
appeared in the chariot race. Dan
"One sometimes feels like that,"
Times. Two Bulgarian torpedo boats patch with straw and set it on fire.
“ Yes, I did that. I bad the express
Warnock’s horse was second in a she coincided, passing one small gloved
A guard from the Rawlins, Wyo., then issued from the harbor and en The vines were burned off so that the
quarter-mile dash. S. T. Tippett fur hand across the soft fur of her muff. car misdirected before It left my fa
penitentiary, who was sent to Salem, gaged the squadron, one ship o f which field was entirely bare.
nished the horse that came in second “ I have wished for the finish, here ther's factory In Chicago.
It is believed she was
Or., on business, says he saw more withdrew.
New vines came up soon and rapidly in the boys’ race.
lately, for my part. You probably did your car could not race on bare rims.”
rose3 there than he had seen in 25 struck by a torpedo, but not seriously blossomed out, and Mr. Briggs is now
Stanton turned to the window. So
On Friday, Elmer McFetridge cap not know that I was engaged to marry
picking his second crop, which is two-
tured the cowboy race, defeating Archer Ross, of the Atalanta Automo she was responsible for the last harsh
Eventually the Turks poceeded to thirds as large as his big crop in June.
ness he had shown Floyd; since their
Professor Aaronsohn, director of an
Charls, Guy and J. H. Tippett. John bile Company?”
Baltchik, 25 miles to the north, where
In many strawberry gardens near
experiment station in Jerusalem main
McFetridge distinguished himself by
Stanton sat erect. All Floyd’s sus misunderstanding could never have
they indulged in another harmless this city and in some o f the big mar
tained by wealthy Chicago men, has
riding Hot Foot, the famous Union picions of this girl rushed back to his arisen If the mechanician had not
bombardment. They then returned to ket gardens along the Santiam river
been absent on the trip to Coney Is
discovered the original wheat plant
county outlaw. Saturday brought out mind.
Varna but kept at a respectful dis at Lebanon second crops o f strawber
land. His sudden nausea of loathing 111 — "
growing wild in Palestine, and by
J. H. Tippett as winner o f the cowboy
“ Yes,” she confirmed the thought In
tance, apparently fearing mines.
crossing it with well known varieties
race, with John McFetridge a contes his expression. “ What you are Imagin for her made calm reply difficult.
He drew near her, Ipng past conven
A t nightfall the Bulgarian torpedo dition was largely due to the unusual
"Thè lost tires had nothing to do tionalities.
believes he can double the productive
ing Is quite correct. I tried very hard
boats came out again, but no engage rains in August and September, and
ness of wheat fields.
In addition, the three families were to Induce you to drive for the Atalanta
"I have been III, I have now little
ment was reported.
The Turkish many growers are planning to make
well represented in the exhibits, and Company instead of for the Mercury. fully. " If you have quite finished, strength to waste aside from my pur
The war in the Balkans is expected
won a fine lot o f prizes.
pose. Jessica, I have come for you, a*
The Atalanta absolutely required a seat.”
but did not open fire.
for a second crop next summer.
to be of short duration.
he once gave me leave to do. You
good racing record. But I failed. You
Another dispatch to the Times says
"It Is I who am going. I am glad
have no one left, nor I. W ill you mar
were more than firm in your decision.”
Roosevelt says he hopes the presi that a Bulgarian column from Koes-
P O M O N A RESCINDS A C T .
P O T A T O E S ARE F O O T LONG
Bo that had been what she wanted
dential fight will go right on.
tendil captured Djumibala, Mahomia
Her fingers wound harder Into th*
of him. That bad lain behind her
The bail o f Schrank, Roosevelt’s
curtain, he saw the pulse bdatlng In
polished surface of gracious admira
would-be assassin, has been doubled,
her round throat as she flung back
tion and had been the core of her In
were burned by the retreating Turks.
Found at Hood River.
making it $15,000.
her head with Floyd’s own boyish
Salem— Unanimously indorsing the sincerity.
A Saloniki dispatch, dated October
"And when I would not drive for
Hood River— The record for potato recent action o f Salem Grange and
Senator Heyburn, o f Idaho, is dead 18, says a battle between Turks and
"You love me?” she questioned, just
as the result o f persistent overwork Servians was in progress north of production in Hood River valley is repudiating the initiative measure your company, you tried to prevent
audibly, grave eyes on his.
providing a flat salary for the state me from driving for my own?” He
just reported by J. R. Steele.
while in failing health.
“ I thought you knew. Yes."
Pomona wondered Incredulously.
Last May he planted an acre that printer,
An interview with Kiam il Pasha,
Mexico is concentrating her entire
She shook her head, her smile sad.
She looked at him, and looked away
had been in alfalfa for ten years to Grange, representing the eight grang
military forces in an effort to put president of the council, is sent by Early Rose and Garfield varieties. es o f the county, passed a resolution again.
"Me, Ralph Stanton, or Jes Floyd’*
down the new revolution o f Felix the Constantinople correspondent of
"I fancy you would scarcely credit
Last expressing its sentiments as to the
Protesting against They were irrigated twice.
(T O B E C O N T IN U E D .)
me, Mr. Stanton, If I denied the facL
King Ferdinand’s attempt to make a week he started to dig them and found
The resolution which was adopted now. 1 have been very clumsy; a so
A German railway manager has dis holy war o f the struggle, Kiamil that the hills had run together so that
Blames His Hair.
appeared with about $100,000 in his Pasha expressed fears o f the inter each row was one continuous line of by the Marion County Pomona Grange ciety woman Is not trained to practical
Father William J. Dalton of ths
melodrama. You are unbelievably dif
possession, and defalcations in his ac vention by a certain armed power
Annunciation church tells this story
That Marion County Po ficult to lead.”
Many of the plants had enough on
counts of over $5,000,000.
which he thought might attack Tur
of a Catholic bishop well known In
Her flawless self-possession gave an
mona Grange rescind its action of
key’s Asiatic provinces, now vulner
this locality, but at Father Dalton’s re
The only passenger boat at Vera able because the troops have been Most o f the spuds are a foot long and June 12, 1912, in indorsing the alleged effect of unreality to tho whole affair.
quest, nameless here:
Cruz, Mexico, is kept in readiness to drafted from there into European
"The bishop Is a large man with
"You had that purpose In view
The acre yielded 700 sacks, or ing the authorities cited and consulted
take away non-combatants in case o f a Turkey. Kiamil Pasha said:
bushy back hair,” the priest relates.
battle between rebels and government
“ He often on his tours through Kan
“ I am convinced that Europe’s
lem grange No. 17 in the flat salary in Beach twenty-four hour race?" be
sas wears a silk hat. His crosier h*
boasted humanity is dead.
K ing raised a cabbage this summer weigh
“ You hoped to Induce
itiative measure and senate bill No. questioned.
carried In a large leather case.
An Italian at Wilmington, Del., Ferdinand’s hand is only that o f a
76. Mrs. Zella S. Fletcher, secretary. me to wreck my car by fast driving. In
“ Recently In a jerkwater Kansas
threatened to shoot Wilson if he at puppet to strike at Turkey’ s heart.
Senate bill No. 75 is the flat-salary order to leave ibo Atalanta a better
town where silk hats are scarce ex
Hood River Gets Fish,
tempted to speak in that city. Many I hope that England will be true to
law as passed by the legislature o f chance of winning?"
Hood River— A great deal o f activi
Oh, no!” she deprecated. "I never “ God,” Breathed Stanton, and Sank cept on the heads of traveling musi
extra guards were placed at the hall her splendid past and stand by us un
1911 to become effective January 1,
cians. the bishop was Just alighting
flinchingly in the approaching hour of ty in stocking the streams o f Hood
Into a Chair.
but no trouble was experienced.
1915. The flat-salary initiative meas tried to cause, your wreck— what can
from his train when the negro porter
national peril and prevent our being R iver valley with game fish has been
you think me? No, that was»merely
appeared at the car door waving bis
noted this summer, and further work
November, would make senate bill an Impulsive experiment; I wanted to are not my fault. It may Interest you crosier case.
“ As an old man with one foot in is to be done. So far about 250,000
see If you would do as I wished. Some
to learn that Archer Ross broke his
“ 'Hey, boss!’ the porter called. *1
the grave, I express with all serious trout have been planted in the various No. 76 effective December 1 this men have done so.”
engagement to me last week, to marry reckon you all had better take yo fid
Wheat—Track prices: Club, 77@ ness the fear that the Balkan war will streams, and another carload was dis
“ Are you going to tell me that you
dle wlf you. De company la not
78c; bluestem, 80f/i82c; fortyfold, be the prelude o f a gigantic struggle tributed last week. Everybody helps
drugged me at Lowell, on the eve of
Aeroplane Strikes Man.
He looked at her, then.
'sponsible fo' packages left In de
78c; red Russian, 76c; valley, 78c.
in the work. Ranchers have le ft their
the road race?”
seats.’ "— Kansas City JournaL
Hay — Timothy, choice, $17(0118;
work to haul cans o f fish ten miles
Drugged you? That Is a harsher
No. 1, $16; oat and vetch, $12; alfal
Marconi May Lose Sight
back to the headwaters, and two wag was struck and probably fatally in description than I ever gave the Inci
fa, $12; clover, $10; straw, $6®7.
The jured by C. Christofferson in his aero dent In my own mind. But I poured
Spezia, Italy— Guglielmo Marconi, ons made the trip to Lost lake.
Corn— Whole, $38; cracked, $39 ton.
the wireless inventor, whose right eye state game and fish commission has plane at the Central Oregon District Into your coffee what Archer Ross had
Millstuffs — Bran, $21 per ton;
appropriated $500 to place a fish lad fair grounds. Christofferson was mak given me for that purpose. He said It
was removed last Thursday, has de der at the D evil’ s Punch Bowl, and ing a swoop toward the ground with would not harm you. only prevent you
shorts, $23; middlings, $29.
Barley — Feed, $240/ 24.50
his machine and as he turned upwards from driving next morning; he had Sample of Extent to Which Red Tape
the work w ill be done this fall.
yielded; but I must pay th* difference.
brewing, $270/28; rolled, $260/27.60. sleepless nights, his temperature is
again in his flight the tail o f the aero been betting heavily on his car. But
Methods Prevail In Ger-
“ What Is It?” I asked.
Oats— White, $25 ton; gray feed,
plane hit Cram an impelling blow you raced, after all. Ill as you must
Coos Seeks Good Roads.
Professor Bayardi, the Turin special
$24.60; gray milling, $25.50.
Marshfield— A t a meeting o f repre
Fresh fruits Apples, ordinary, 60c ist, who assisted at the operation of
early settler o f Central Oregon and take such a risk, or I should have re
Germany, declares Mr. 8. Barlng-
Hope Not Realized.
0/$1.50 box; peaches, 400/50c; pears, removing the right eye, was sum sentatives o f all commercial bodies of has many relatives livin g near here. fused the responsibility. 1 disliked the Gould In his book, "The La.nd of
Dean Sumner of the Cathedral 88.
$10/1.50; grapes, 66c0i$l; cranber moned in haste and is now attending the county it was decided that i f laws Physicians attending Mr. Cram state task, anyhow. To be frank. I was hor Teck,” Is absolutely swathed In red
ries, $9.60 per barrel; casabas, 75c0fi Marconi. Notwithstanding a reassur passed at the next election would per that his recovery is not expected.
ribly frightened when 1 saw you on tape. In Illustration, he tells an ex Peter and Paul related the following
story at the recent banquet of the
ing bulletin issued Sunday, it is feared mit Coos county would bond herself
the course, and when the report of perience of his own while Journeying
that complications are threatening the for $2,000,000 for the purpose o f mak
Onions— Oregon, $1,100/11.25 sack.
your accident came In, I felt guilty of by rail from Obcr-Lennlngen to Owen. Chicago Association of Commerce at
Astoria Greeks Leave fo r Home.
ing good roads and building a perma
Potatoes — Jobbing prices: Bur other eye.
I asked at Ober-Lenningen for a the Hotel Sherman. "A little Jewish
Astoria— Responding to a telegram assassination.”
boy went to his father on Christmas
nent highway with concrete founda
banks, 75c per hundred.
He looked at her, at her Ivory-and- third-class ticket to Owen, and sup day and asked him for a quarter.
received from the Greek consul at
Tobacco-User Dies at NO.
tion froiff the ocean to the Douglas
Vegetables— Beans, 6c; pound; cab
New York, stating that their services gold beauty, her composed ease, his posing that I had got wbat I asked Upon receiving It he sauntered out
bage, lo/14c; cauliflower, 40«//$1.26
Chicago— Joseph Marski died here county line. In such event Douglas will be needed in the pending war own face coldly emotionless. It did for, stepped Into a third-class carriage
dozen; celery, 250/76c; cucumbers, Sunday, aged 110 years and two county would be expected to do the with Turkey, 16 Greek residents of not matter, nothing mattered, now. On these branch lines nearly everyone Into the city streets and didn’t return
His father called him
400/60c box; eggplant, $1,250/11.50 months.
He had been an inveterate same, so there would be a hard sur this city le ft for hiew York Thursday, But yet he read that behind that ap travels fourth. Before reaching the until evening
box; head lettuce, 200/25c dozen; tobacco user all his life, but when he face road from Coos Bay to Rose- en route to their native land; ten parent ease of hers heaved a sea of next station—only a mile from Ober- as he came In and Inquired what he
did with the quarter he had been giv
garlic, 50/6c pound; carrots, $1.25 was 106 years of age he decided to re burg.
tormy thoughts; as always, her speech Lennlngen, In fact— the Inspector ap en. 'I went to the candy shop next
more left next day, and others will
sack; turnips, $1; beets, $1.10; par form and quit tobacco. He has also
peared. "H ah !” he said. "You have
start within a few days. One hundred was no guide to her mind.
door and changed It Into nickels.’ said
Gresham Potato Yield Good.
used liquor moderately all his life up
“ I suppose, then, that you would a fourth-class ticket, and ar* In a the boy. ’Then I went to the news
and ten of the Astoria Greeks will go
E ggs—Fresh locals, candled, 40c to his 85th year, when he decided to
Gresham— Eastern Multnomah coun- 8nd others from Clifton, Westport and not have been distressed If I bad third-class compartmenL The fine Is stand on the corner and changed th*
per dozen; case count, 35o/36c.
abandon the use o f intoxicants.
He ty ’ s potato crop is being harvested Wauna are expected to respond to the broken my arm when I cranked your six marks."
After that I
I explained, and offered at once to nickels Into pennies.
Butter — Oregon creamery, cubes, celebrated his 110th birthday last Au and the indications are good for a big call, so the total number from Clatsop car after driving you home from New
pass into a fourth-class carriage or went back to the candy shop and got
gust, and the occasion was made much yield, though not above the average of probably will not be less than 200.
364c pound; prints, 3640/37c.
York.” he commented.
five nickels for my pennies, and then
Pork— Fancy, 11c pound.
o f by his large circle o f friends. He several former years. An extra acre
Her color changed tor the first time, pay the difference in the price of
I went to the delicatessen and got a
Veal— Fancy, 13c pound.
was born in Posen, Germany, and when age was planted and favorable condi
her eyes flashed to his.
New Railroad Incorporates.
"That will not do. You have In quarter for my five nickels.’
Poultry— Hens. 14c; broilers, 134o/ 40 years o f age came to this country.
tions during the early summer pre
"You angered me," she retorted.
Salem — Articles o f incorporation
“ ‘But why did you do all th a tr de
14c; ducks, young, 120il4c; geese,
saged the biggest crop ever grown have been filed by the Oregon Pacific "You brutally told me that you had fringed the law, and must pay six manded the father.
Three Airmen Killed.
11c; turkeys, live, 18oi20c; dressed,
here, but the potato blight which fell & Eastern Railway company, with a not raced at the Beach, to please me, marks,” the man Insisted.
" T hoped that somebody might
“ I get out at Owen, and will explain
Bordeaux— A French aviator. Am- upon the vines has had the effect of capitalization o f $1,000,000. The ar nor would you do so. You were super
Hops— 1912 crop, prime and choice, erse I.acour, was killed Sunday while reducing the yield to about its normal ticles show that the road contemplates cilious, no man had ever treated me matters to the station master,” I said. make a mistake and give ■ • too
much,” replied the boy."
I did so.
18O/ 20c pound.
giving an exhibition o f fancy flying at size. It is estimated that about one- building from the mouth o f the Ump that way before For one Instant 1 did
"The fine Is six marks,” said th*
Wool — Eastern Oregon, 140/18c Mussidan. A heavy gust o f wind ov third o f the crop this year will be a qua river following along Smith and hate and long to hurt you; I pushed
The Real Grievance.
pound; valley, 214f//224c; mohair, erturned his monoplane, and the avia total loss.
Siuslaw rivers to Cottage Grove, and up the spark as you cranked. The
“ But, said I, "I demanded a third-
Friend— You ve got to admit there’s
tor fell 600 feet.
then following Row river and Cham next moment I would have undone It class ticket, and was given on* for nothing In Tripoli worth fighting for.
Cattle — Choice steers, $6,750/7;
Mt. Angel Gets Crusher.
pion creek to the Champion quarts If I could.”
which I had not asked. This was an
good, $6,260/6.65; medium, $6o/6.75;
B erlin—A ballon exploded Monday
There was a pause, as the train halt oversight on the part of the clerk."
Mount Angel— A t a cost o f almost mill.
Friend Then why do you want to
choice cows, $60/6.60; good. $5.60/// while sailing through a thunder 'storm $2000 the Marion county court has in
ed at a atatlon, and the uaual flurry of
"You should have examined your keep on fighting?
6.75; medium, $50/5.26; choice cal over Grossenheim.
The two " occu stalled a new rock-crushing plant at
Trespass Notice Invalid.
egress and Ingreaa enaued. When the ticket,” the station master Insisted.
Italian Diplomat— W *’v* got to pun
ves, $70/8.75; good heavy calves, pants. Lieutenant Stichler and Engi Mount Angel. This plant, which is
Salem— That it i* not criminal tres atart was made;
The train was delayed five minutes ish th* Turks for giving us th* Im
$6.25o/;7; bulls, $30/6; stags, $4,750/) neer Goericke, were killed.
"W hy are you telling me tbla?” while we threshed ont the question on pression that there was.—Satire.
operated by a dynamo, the power be pass to hunt upon uninclosed or unim
ing secured from Silverton, takes the proved lands, even though trespass Stanton asked. “ I am not considered the platform In great detail, and th*
Hogs— Light, $8.26o/8.70; heavy, Montenegrins Win Two-Days' Battle place o f the steam crusher.
A t the notices are posted, was the substance especially amiable and rorglving. as a other passengers craned their necks
Self-Depreciation Too Prevalent.
Cettinje, Montenegro—J t is official nominal expense of about $150 daily o f an opinion by the attorney general. rule; why chance unnecessary con out of the windows of the carriages
For one man who thinks too much
Sheep — Yearlings,
$4,250/4.86; ly announced that the Montenegrin its crushing rapacity is about 160 The statute provides that criminal fession ?"
and listened with lively Interest At of himself there ar* a hundred who
wethers, $3,600/4.60; ewes, $2.760/4; forces have captured the town o f Plu- yards a day. almost double the amount trespass only holds on inclosed or im
"No,” her Up bent la a faint amlle last reluctantly, the station master think too little — Exchange.
va. The battle lasted two days.
turned out by the steam plant
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