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Regulate Cold Storage
to Reduce Cost of Living
NEWS OF THE W
Farm Life Success
Says Klamath Farmer
• r u n usant to ma I bad not askad
^ I solated
I was led by tha prlaat to
the church, through the wide doors
of which my Eagle had bean carried
Washington, D. C.— An elaborated
and placed before the altar. I looked
anti-high cost o f living hill, not only
It over carefully and found that It was
to resist cold storage o f food, but to
In good condition, ezespt that the
penalise agreements for storage, pool
wings had lost their magnetlem. I
Klamath Falla — My experience in carpenter work on the henhouses, buy
ing, division of territory, interference
Inspected It and*found one wing coat
with competition or other restraint of leaving office work for a small farm ing cheap lumber as I could, and have
ed by a pale yellow varnish—It was
trade in foodstuffs, was introduced by may interest people who have consid done nearly all the work on the farm,
tbs wing that had been touched by tha
Representative McKellar, o f Tenessee. ered such a move.
except caring for the chickens, which
liquid from a gsyssr.
My health and that of my w ife was have been handled mainly by my wife.
The new bill, which will be urged
"Ifoau sed a parfaot Isolator, and If
immediately before the house commit- not so vigorous as we desired, and
Each year 1 have put in potatoes,
I had had tha presence of mind to use
The national budget is less than was
my dry battery at the oruolal moment
maximum period of storage on beef or a life in an office, We sold our little This is the only failure I have had, for
asked a year ago.
I would not have had the fall; but
its products seven months, veal two home in town and bought 7J acres of though the yield was good, about 200
everything turns out for the best.
The Mexican federal garrison, on months,
uiui,,.,,., pork . four
. . . months, ......
,— or land adjoining Klamath Falls, for bushels per acre, there was no mar
"When I was able to work I suc
vation, I has evacuated ^oata four months, lamb or kids three $250 an acre. It was under the gov- ket, and I did nut harvest all the crop.
ceeded In cleansing the wings, and the
and game three eminent irrigation system, but was
We have sold hay at good prices
machine was In working order again.
Brigadier General Bliss reports that months, fish two months, eggs three to . very Hat and entirely without drain- each year, have sold some garden
"Yesterday I thought I was strong
the embargo on arms and ammunition six months, with provision for label- age. The first year, 1909, we put two stuff, eggs and chickens, and have
enough to leave and I bade my host
ia hard to enforce.
goodby with the promise that I would
spection, butter three months. The dow and pasture, bought a cow and farm, garden and orchard.
We have COPYRIGHT. 1913 “BY W.G-CHAPMAN IN THE- UNITED STATES AND GREAT BRITAIN
Leaders o f the Miners’ union in Col bill proposes that cold storage articles some chickens. The profits from the
return and bring help.
apples, pears, plums and prunes, and
him and win, and then the world Is
orado are under indictment for con must be labeled with the dates o f pro- potatoes enabled us to buy an adjoining
"This le ¡ l short recital of my doings
all the small fruits in abundance.
spiracy and monopoly.
the two months past, and now.
duction, killing, packing or manufac piece o f land and we have added to
We are both in vigorous health,
That same day while this Infamous
F o r fift y y e a rs the contin en t o f N o rth
It our original holdings until we now have met our payments o f the irriga A m erica has been iso la ted fro m tin* rest thing was happening In 8uemeg the my dear Astra, will you tell me all
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw says it is turing and period o f storage.
w orld by Z -ra ys. the in ven tion o f
that Is new here?”
time for American women to demand would bar thawing out cold storage have 30 acres, not including the roads, tion charges, and have a place valued o H f a n the
n ib a l Prud ent, presiden t o f the united American Eagle slowly descended to
Napoleon had heard a few things
products, would have regulations is- This has cost us $6000. The house, a conservatively at $15,000.
suffrage, not simply ask it.
go vern m en t. A m essage from C ou nt von the roof of the Crystal Palace. It was
sued by the department o f agriculture five-room bungalow, with modern im
We have worked hard and do not he has succeeded in p en etra tin g the rays dusk and no one noticed ltB arrival. from Whistler In Clryne that disquiet
Expert cracksmen blew the safe in
provements, henhouses, a barn and own an automobile, and have not hastens the death o f Prudent. D yin g, he The tall man who alighted, from the ed him, and he was anxious to know
and other precautions.
the bank at Myrtle Point, Ore., and
Representative McKellar has con other outbuildings, and the drainage wasted in any way, but we are more w arn s his d a u gh ter A s tra that fo reig n in machine seemed weak, but he fast the truth. That Astra could tell him
va sion is now certain . A s tra succeeds her
escaped with about $12,000.
So she began to relate
ferred frequently with Attorney Gen and fencing have cost about $4000.
than satisfied with the experiment.
fa th e r as president. N apoleon Edison, a ened the machine, then slowly found best of all.
all the Important happenings while
fo rm e r pupil o f Pru d ent's, o ffe rs to assist
A four-masted schooner went ashore eral McReynolds on the cost o f living
1 helped build the house, did all the
K L A M A T H FARM ER.
After a gentle
A s tr a and hints a t new d iscoveries w hich his « a y downstairs.
off Gray’s Harbor, Wash., and the problem and is understood to have fur
w ill m ake N o rth A m e ric a im p regn a ble. A tap on Astra’s private door he entered. Napoleon listened attentively, making
notes from time to time. Astra spoke
man g iv in g the
nam e o f C h e v a lie r dl
crew was recued by life-savers.
nished some information which the de
Mother and wife were there.
Leo n o ffers W erd e n steln the secret o f
of the European decree and all the
m a k in g go ld in return fo r E u ropean d is
Governor Glynn, o f New
York, partment o f justice agents will use in
Napoleon had returned at last.
facts that were officially communicat
arm am en t. T h e c h e v a lie r is m ade a p r is
bought the first Red Cross Christmas arriving at their pursuit o f alleged
oner. Countess R o sln y, a spy. becom es a
ed to her. Then ehe told of the news
prison er in the hope o f d isc o ve rin g <11
seal sold in that state this season for cold storage combinations.
paper rumors concerning the aerodro
L e o n ’s secret. She fa lls in lo v e w ith him
generally inferred that his new bill
$ 200 .
and a grees to Join him in an a ttem p t to
mone fleet and the preparations for
has at least, tacit approval o f the at
escape. B y the use o f rockets he su m
The Valley of Xluh.
Vehicle traffic in Indianapolis is torney general.
war that were supposed to be occupy
mons a curious fly in g m achine. H e es
The first raptures of the reunion
capes and sends a m essage
practically tied up by the teamsters’
ing the time of the European rulers.
w hich re vea ls the fa c t that he is N a p o were over.
Words took the place of
strike, in which women are taking a
“ We have nine days at our disposal.
Oregon Agricultural College, Cor thusiasm, a new and stimulating out leon Edison. H e w arn s A s tra that the inute expressions of love. Napoleon
consolidated fleets o f E u rope h a v e sailed
I will be very busy for the next few
vallis— The winter short course o f the look. Perhaps both ourselves and our to in vade A m erica . H e ca lls on A s tra the began to tell his story:
days, but next Monday 1 will be ready
fo llo w in g nigh t and ex p la in s his plans fo r
Original manuscripts by Robert
Oregon Agricultural college holds its crops need rotation. Perhaps the boy, defens»’ . By the use o f a eroplan es m ade
“ No one knows of my return, ex
as well as the “ young stock,” needs a f a new substance w hich is in d estru cti cept my men at Clryne, and they will to appear In the congress as the presi
Burns, long thought lost, are to be re
eighteenth annual session from Jan change o f pasture. Perhaps we need o ble
dent of the International peace com
he ex pects to a n n ih ilate the E u ropean
stored to Scotland by a wealthy Amer
keep It to themselves. I did not use
Over a dozen a litte science along with our endless forces. H e d eliv ers a note to von W e r
Rome—Hearing it was the desire of uary 5 to 31, 1914.
ican who owns them.
densteln on his flagship dem a n d in g im the 'graph, as I did not want certain
Early next morning Napoleon com
m ediate w ith d ra w a l. H e Is a tta ck ed and
the officers of the American battleship courses o f study will be
Five U. S. torpedo boats were fleet now visiting Italian waters to
b y d es tro y in g tw o w a rsh ips and sev era l people to know that I was safe— the municated with hie brother workers
Compared to the returns, the money
fo rce s von W erd en steln to papers would get hold of It and by
caught in a terrific Btorm off the Cal pay their respects to him, K ing Victor While the greater number o f courses cost is slight. Hundreds o f letters a aeroplanes,
greo to u niversa l disarm am en t.
in the peace committee, and then left
ifornia coast and one of them has not Emmanuel invited the naval command will be in agriculture, as usual, there from short course students bear testi countess, w ho has rem ained In A m erica morning Europe would know." He the capital. He spent some hours at
a guest o f A stra , re ceives an o ffe r smiled. "They have tried to surprise
will be courses in domestic science and mony to the fact that the courses,
been heard from since.
work designing a device to be used
from von W erd en steln o f the p rin cip a l
ers to the Quirinal. A t the same time
art, in economics, commercial meth within a year, produced in money re it y o f S ehom b u rg-Td th ow in return fo r us, and now we will surprise them.” on the aerodromones. With six ma
Ex-president Zelaya, o f Nicaragua, Queen Helena, who had not yet re
Edison ’s secret. Edison and his assistant. His eyes rested lovingly on tho two
ods, both rural and metropolitan, and turns many times their cost.
chines, equipped with men and bar
Indeed, Santos, go in search o f n ew deposits o f
will return to Spain, in order to settle ceived Mrs. Thomas Nelson Page, gave
women who were his nearest and
in such engineering work as can be
the cost o f this valuable outing, essen the rem a rk a b le substance, clryn lth . T h e y
rels, he headed for the valley of Xluh
the diplomatic muddle occasioned by a dinner in honor o f the fleet’ s officers
adapted to short course purposes—car tially an investment, is much less than And it on the esta te o f S ch o m b u rg-L lth - dearest.
and the members o f the United States
ow. T h e countess ge ts S an tos in to her
his stay in the United States.
"It Is exactly eight weeks today
pentry, blacksmithing and road con the usual city wage-earner spends on clutches. She prom ises to re vea l E d!
They landed In the valley the next
son ’s secret as soon as von W erd e n steln since I left Washington to continue
For the first two weeks the 5-cent
his summer vacation.
Much less in turns o v e r the S ch o m b u rg-L ith o w esta te
made the presentation.
morning and after a peaceful negotia
lunches served to school pupils at Ar-
The winter short courses are de cost, and much more satisfying In re to her. On the day o f the w ed d in g o f my search for something that I felt
tion with the high priest they caught
His Majesty declared he was a great
leta, a Portland suburb, have paid a
signed to give practical and scientific sults. Can we afford to make the in A s tra and Edison the countess and S antos convinced nature had provided for a
admirer o f the splendid American
flee the cou ntry. S an tcs p erfects a ma
certain use; that Is, to remove the a large supply of the liquid that had
small profit, besides being a great
instruction to those farmers, or stu vestment?
Rather, can we afford
put the Eagle out of commission and
ngvy.and he was delighted to shake
benefit to the pupils.
dents o f farming, who cannot devote not to make it, in view o f the testi mntess, now princess o f S chom burg electro-magnetism of clrynlth. 1 found
hands with the officers o f the fleet.
Edison finds a n ew dep osit o f It, thanks be to Providence. The dis returned to Clryne.
their time to a full college course, but mony o f others who have tried it in
analyzed the liquid his workmen made
A young Greek couple were married
who aspire to keep abreast o f the best view o f the increasing interest in it ships. H e a ccid e n ta lly d iscovers a liquid covery nearly cost me my life, but I
several trips between the valley and
in Oregon City, Ore., and celebrated
w ill ren d er o p posin g airsh ips h elp
thought and practice in the profession. from year to year, and in view o f the that
less. Santos com pletes a fleet fo r the never was happier than the moment Clryne, carrying the liquid away In
the event in the regulation Greek way
when my aerodromone was helplessly
The courses are based on the newest exacting demands of present-day agri Princess.
by several days of continuous dancing,
falling down. It Is a wonder that I vast quantities.
developments in agricultural science; culture?
Napoleon, after a thorough examina
feasting and playing of Greek games.
CHAPTER XX.— Continued.
came out alive, but, aside from a few
London—The greatest obstacle now they are distinctly practical, and are
tion. sighed. “ Here le something new.
The courses are open to any person
“ What need have we of European bruises, all Is w-ell.
o f all
Asquith declares threats o f civil war standing in the way o f England and within the
"I was circling around an active vol It puzzles me, but it solves the ques
They are offered sixteen years o f age or over. There commerce and troubles? The Ameri
will not affect the plans for home rule. Germany’s being officially represented thoughtful people.
are no entrance examinations, and can continent Is ours, we love It and cano and tho wing of the Eagle was tion of superiority In the air."
at the Panama-Pacific Exposition in in midwinter in order to be o f service
Napoleon’s next move was to try
As a result o f recent victories the San Francisco, according to a special to the largest number o f actual farm tuition is free. A fee of one dollar is w# can live on It. The Z-ray stations touched by the warm fluid gushing up
Mexican rebels are gaining numbers article in the Times, is the reluctance ers— practical, busy people who find charged for enrollment, however, and have been kept In order and we can from a geyser. The wings folded to out the new swallow-type machine. It
rapidly and assuming more aggressive o f either the German or British gov time at this season, i f ever, to take a small laboratory fee is charged in easily cut ourselves off from those gether and the Eagle was helpless was smaller than the Eagle, but the
some courses to cover the cost o f ma warring countries. W e will not be the I turned the tall rudder to break Its wings and the tall rudder were com
ernments to take the initiative in ask stock o f their intellectual capital as terial used.
losers.” So his address ran. He sat fall, and thus escaped with my life.” paratively larger. It had not the
ing the other to reconsider the decis well as o f their goods and chattels.
Confucianism has gained official rec ion whereby the two governments ar
A silent prayer went up from the grace of the Eagle In flight, but Its
Can I afford it?
This is the first I Excursion rates are offered by all down amid tremendous applause.
However, another orator arose and two loving women, a prayer of thanks speed was something unprecedented—
ognition in China, much to the disap rived at a sort o f an agreement not to question we ask ourselves as we con the railroads in Oregon, the usual one
pointment o f Christian missionaries.
template any enterprise outside the and one-third fare for the round trip, propounded opposite reasons for open to Him who had saved him to save It shot through the air like a streak.
Two more days passed. The third
Can I on the certificate plan. In coming to ports and no determination was America.
The campaign against useless and
The article says that the board of routine o f our settled tasks.
"I lost consciousness when the aero found every aerodromone equipped
reckless Christmas giving is being trade, as the result of the activity of afford it for myself, for my boy, for Corvallis, buy a full fare ticket, se reached.
Astra and her mother-in-law were dromone struck the ground by being with a long tube very similar to the
Re- ! curing a receipt from the selling
pushed in earnest by the society of a committee of influential men formed my wife, or for my daughter?
old style Are extinguisher. To this
late in October to further British rep turns this year are small, we say; the agent; after having your receipt vali sitting In the library at the Crystal hurled Into the bench. When I opened
dated at the college, present this to Palace depressed and sad. The uncer my eyes It was night and I was on a tube was connected a small automatic
Sir W ilfrid Laurier, o f Canada, ad resentation at the fair, is now disposed farm has’ t yielded the profit it ought
the ticket agent in buying your return tainty of Napoleon’s fate caused long, low bed. An ancient oil lamp was gun. which protruded through a spe
vocates the removal o f all duties on to support a revised scheme for a gov to yield. Another season, perhaps—.
flickering on a table at my head. I cial aperture in the body of the aero
Our neighbor goes from year to ticket, paying one-third o f the regular sleepless nights.
foodstuffs as the best way to reduce ernment grant o f $500,000, which the
Thus they had lived, day after day. tried to sit up, but could not.
My dromone. The lever controlling thin
committee considers sufficient to en year, to be sure, but he is prosperous. fare.
the high cost of living.
strength was gone; even my eyelids gun was within easy reach of the
Perhaps there’s a reason for
The sale dates for the winter short hopefully and fearfully.
able Great Britain to be represented So?
Viscount Haldane, lord high chan adequately.
The life of the woman Who had fell down, down, and I had a feeling aeroman, and the gun itself was so
Perhaps, after all,
there’s course are from January 3 to 24, in
cellor of England, fully endorses the
economy in going, not staying. Per clusive; return limit, January 24 to been the mainspring of all their that I was falling from a great height. arranged that It could be pointed In
Monroe doctrine in a speech before the
troubles was different. The Princess I felt some one come near, and a mo any direction.
haps we need ideas, confidence, en- I February 3, inclusive.
American Bociety o f London.
The four aerodromones that had
Roaltta had never been happier than ment later I felt a cooling bandage
now. The twenty-first acrodromone placed on my head by deft hands. 1 been sent toward the west were re
While trying to save a steerage pas
was finished, and she, like a general, lost consciousness again and do not porting every few hours. They had
senger who had fallen overboard, two
Vancouver, B. C.— That the federal
would drill her flying squadron per know how long I lay In a stupor, but seen nothing so far that was out of
officers and a sailor o f the steamer government orders-in-council hitherto
think It must have been at least the ordinary.
President were lost off the California restraining Hindus from entering the
Washington. D. C.— Senator Lane
Rosttta had acquired great skill In eight days.
It was Saturday evening that the
province, except under very special has received word from Major Mc-
has 5,000,000 acres o f handling the aerodromone, and she
'The first clear moment I had I last of the aerodromones was made
San Francicso people made free use circumstances, are ultra vires, and Indoe that the latter has reported ad logged-off lands that should be cleared oould execute the capturing act very found that I was In the home of some ready for prompt action. Turning tho
o f the parcel post Thanksgiving day that Hindus cannot be excluded from
versely on the project looking to a six- up and farmed, according to a state su lly. She was loved by the whole rich Indian family. Later I found that command of the Island over to Whis
by sending turkeys, puddings, and in Canada except on the grounds of
ment by W. H. Graves recently in his Drew, which was composed of men they were Aztecs— Indeed, the dlreot tler. Napoleon returned to Washing
fact nearly every item of a good din idiocy, disease, crime or mendicancy, foot channel in the Willamette river address at the weekly luncheon o f the from noble families.
descendants of the Incas. In the clear ton. The Swallow made the trip in
ner through the mails.
ia the effect o f a sweeping written from Oregon City to Eugene.
Portland Realty board at the Commer
These men admired their leader, moments during my fever I eaw a two hours.
Major Mclndoe regards the project cial club.
(TO BE C O N TIN U ED .)
they were hypnotized by her charms very beautiful Aztec girl by my bed
Broke and hungry a San Francisco judgment given by Chief Justice Hun
as far too costly for the amount of
Mr. Graves favors the clearing o f and she handled them so that they side nursing me. She was the daugh
workingman stole a loaf o f bread ter in the case o f Bhagwan Singh.
Bhagwan Singh is the Sikh priest commerce that would be benefitted, these lands by individual capitalists were, as one man, ready to give their ter of the high priest, to whose house ONLY MADE MATTERS WORSE.
Thanksgiving day, and within an hour
I had been taken.
he was in jail eating turkey and cran who was forcibly deported by Immi even if local communities would agree or by corporation, instead o f state or lives for her.
He says a six- national projects.
gration Inspector Reid and his men to bear half the cost.
He pointed out
’’It was five weeks before I recov Captain's Words of Intended Comfort
After a successful maneuver day
berry sauce with the other prisoners.
more than a week ago.
Bhagwan is foot channel could be obtained only by that state and national irrigation proj Rosltta gave the order to her men to ered from the terrible fall.
Completed Panic of Terroi^Strlcken
said to be a graduate o f a university the installation o f a system o f mov ects have not been as successful as gather In the large hall. The hail was
As I regained my strength the old
and one o f the most highly educated able dams. To overcome the fall of private reclamation enterprises.
PO RTLAN D M ARKETS
the schoolroom where Santos taught
212 feet between Eugene and Corval
o f Hindu religious teachers.
Nearly 1,000,000 acres o f this land them the art of aviation In theory.
to a porch-like structure that stood
"T o try to reassure people In time of
The decision means that any num lis would require 26 locks and dams, is within a radius o f 60 miles from
Wheat — Track prices: Club 80$(i$
There were forty men In all— young, before the house, and I beheld a won an accident sometimes causes more
81c per bushel; bluestem, 91c; forty ber o f shiploads o f Hindus may come which he estimates would cost $7,000,- Portland, said Mr. Graves, and i f the vigorous, brave and bold. When Ro derful picture. A few hundred yards trouble than the accident Itself," said
000, ard to overcome the drop of 136 refuse was turned into charcoal and sltta entered, followed by her hus
fold, 82c; Russian, 79c; valley, 81c. here and must be freely admitted.
a man who once lived on Staten Island.
feet between Corvallis and Oregon City coke it would to a great extent solve band. a cheer rang out; "Hurrah for
Oats— No. 1 white, $25(826 per ton.
“ At any rate, that was my experience
Corn— Whole, $37 per ton; cracked,
Lunch Counter Car Tried.
when one of the old Staten Island fer
industries from the state.
She walked to the platform, and her
ry boats nearly turned over one day In
New York— The Pennsylvania rail
Barley— Feed, $24 per ton; brew
clear voice rang through the hall:
a fierce wind. It looked as If destruc
road has just completed a new solid
ing, $25.50(ii 26; rolled, $28(829.
Gentlemen!” The silence was In
tion were Inevitable.
Live W ire Touched on Dare.
It will be
Millfeed —Bran, $20.60(021 per ton; steel lunch counter car.
“ The boat had dipped until It almost
Salem— Dared by a playmate, Pat tense. ” 1 have called you together to
shorts, $22.50(<r 23: middlings, $29(830. placed in service immediately between
explain the situation. The American
stood on edge; passengers stampeded,
rick Riley, 17 years old, o f the State continent has voluntarily taken from
Hay— No. 1 Eastern Oregon timo New York and Philadelphia, on trains
women and children shrieked and
Albany— To compel the payment of
thy, $16(0.16; mixed timothy, $12(0.14; which also carry ordinary dining cars.
training school, touched a live wire us Europeans, children of a different
cried in terror. Badly scared as I
alfalfa, $13(013.50; clover, $9(810; It is planned to continue the experi the $15,000 bond given for the pro which had been blown down during a cute, a different race, our most cher
was, I undertook to comfort a woman
tection o f its customers by the Albany
ment long enough to determine which
valley grain hay, $11(0 13.
storm, and as a result he is in the hos ished traditions. There Is not one
who had knelt and was praying loudly
Farmers’ company is the purpose of a
Onions — Oregon, $2.35(0 2.50 per is the more popular with the traveling
pital suffering from serious burns on among you who Is not a nobleman.
suit which will go to trial here before
sack; buying price, $2 f. o. b. ship public. Instead o f tables in the new
his hands. But for quick and heroic You all know the situation and Eu
” 'Don't be alarmed, Madam,' I
Judge Galloway unless settled out of
car there is one long mahogany coun
action o f the lad's playmates, who rope’s eyes rest on us. Europe Is
said. 'We are sure to be all right
It is the first case
Vegetables — Cabbage, 1(0 l j c per ter extending over half the length o f
The boat will straighten up In a few
brought in this state to collect on a
pound; cauliflower, $1(01.25 dozen; the ear with a row o f 21 revolving
minutes. It has been running for fifty
warehouse bond given under the pro have been killed. On touching the wire ardor of things. W e have the might!
eggplant, 10(o'12Jc per pound; pep stools in front o f it.
years, and It Is not likely to go down
visions o f the law passed in 1903.
pers, 6(07c; tomatoes, $1.75 per box;
the wire. Three o f the other boys tore might!' Therefore, we have the right!
garlic, 12Jc pound; sprouts, 11c; ar
him loose from the wire.
It was said The aerodromone flotilla la my own
“ Old Scout” W iggina Dies.
"M y comforting word* had a most
Pioneers o f '50s Imitated.
that the wire carried 2200 volts.
property. Think this over and con
Denver — Oliver P. “ Old Scout”
squash, l$c pound; pumpkins, l$c Wiggins, one o f Denver’s most fam
Baker— Like the pioneers o f the
” ‘Oh,’ walled the woman, ‘If the
pound; celery, $4 per crate; turnips, ous early frontiersmen, died at his early ’60s, T. P. Towle, o f Cold
Contractor« H irin g Men.
“ Ia It right that I— that we— should
boat has been running for fifty years
$1.25 per sack; carrots, $1.10; par residence here Sunday at the age of
Ashland— Keasall & McDowell, con obey orders that come from powerless
It mutt be so old and rotten that It
Springs, S. D., crossed the plains and
snips, $1.25; beets, $1.25.
90. Wiggins was a native o f W est
tractors for the grading work section rulers? That we, the gallant aerial
can’t possibly stand this strain. We're
Green F ru it— Apples, 60c(0'$2.25 ern New York state, and came across mountains with two “ prairie schoon
ers,” brought his w ife and grandchild o f the Pacific Highway, were in this fleet, should consider those who are
per box; pears, $1(01.60 per box; the plains in 1838.
“ And with that she jumped over
with him, and came to Oregon to city recently and will locate the first held to the ground? That we who
grapes, crates, $1.50(0 2; casabas, 2Jc
For years he was a member o f K it wrest a living from the Baker valley. construction camp in the vicinity o f have the might should obey anyone
pound; cranberries, $11 per barrel.
Carson's famous company o f frontiers
Steinman, about 10 miles from Ash else except the one we choose?
"Fortunately, the was fished out by
“ When I Opened My Eyes It Was
Potatoes—Oregon, $1.10 per hun men. and served under Carson in the The trip, which began in June this
"Gentlemen, we were all born to be
the crew, but she sustained a-severe
year, was halted temporarily when land.
Night and I Was on a Low Bad.”
dred; 75(o 90c at shipping points.
Mexican war. He was wounded at the Mr. Towle's wagons and eight horses
A t least three camps will be ea- rulers, or I would not have selected
shock. The boat, of course, weath
Poultry— Hens, 14c pound: springs,
you as my aviators. Gentlemen! You away was the smoking volcano, and ered the storm, and that woman was
n' battle o f Monterey.
There Mrs. Towle came | tablished as the work progresses.
13(<i.l3Jc; turkeys live 20c; dressed,
H i„ cabin WM one f the fl„ t built reached Vale,
From Steinman, the first base o f must select one of ue for our com several steaming geysers were spout the only person on board who waa in
on to Baker by train to visit her uncle,
choice, 24c; ducks, 13(814c; geese. , j Denver
and. taken with the prospects o f the operations, the grading will be direct mander, and we will rule the world!” ing water In the air. At the foot of jured."
‘_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
“ Hurrah for the queen! Hurrah for the cone-like peak stood a great
ed toward this city. The contractors
country, she sent for her husband.
Eggs— Oregon fresh ranch, candled.
Hurrah for church with strange statues and re
are engaging a big force o f both men the queen of the air!
Wilson Flower Is Named.
Coal Smoke and Health.
46(8)47c per dozen.
liefs painted In vivid red, blue, yellow,
The medical officer of health for
Creswell, Or.— A pale pink chrysan
Polk Is to Exhibit in 1915.
Butter— Oregon creamery, prints,
How sweet that sounded to the beau black green and white colon.
The Manchester, England, presents evi
extras, 37(8 38c pound; cubes, extras, themum, tinged with light green, was
Monmouth— That Polk county will
tiful woman! A tear glistened In her whole reminded me of the picture* of dence to ehow that the working life
Chemawa Has Monolitjiic Silo.
named the "M iss Jessie Wilson” by be represented in the exhibits to be
34c: firsts, 32c.
Chemawa— F. A. Erixon, contractor, eye. She ran Into their arms and ancient Egypt. Xlluhama’e beautiful of the people of that city le shortened
Miss E. M. Thompson, who exhibited prepared by the various counties of
Pork— Faney.pOJc pound.
the blossom at the chrysanthemum the Willamette valley for the San o f Salem, has turned over to Superin klsaed one after another. The last daughter came with us and brought ten year* by the acids In smoke and
Veal— Fancy. 13Jc pound.
was Santoa, and he was the least en- cushions to make me a comfortable the carbon particles which invade the
Hops— 1913 crop, prime and choice, show held here by the Ladies’ Civic Francisco exposition in 1915 was as tendent Wadsworth, o f the Salem In thusi. Me of them all.
seat on the long, broad bench.
lungs. Surgeon J. W. Stoner, of the
Improvement league. The show was sured at the meeting o f delegates dian school, the new concrete silo.
28(ii.24r pound: 1912 crop, nominal.
Roaitta, queen of the air!
’’The old priest could express hit United States public health service,
W o o l— Valley, 16wl7c; Eastern one of the most successful ever held from the different counties in the val The structure is one o f the few mono
Tills was her election. When the
Oregon, ll(u l6 e ; mohair, 1913 clip, here. There were 36 varieties o f the ley, which held its first session in Sa lithic silos in the Pacific Northwest enthusiasm had somewhat abated the thoughts so plainly that I understood traces a connection between a smoky
him almost as well as If we were able atmosphere and the drinking habits
i chrysanthemums shown, the largest o f lem last week. H. G. Campbell, ap The structure is 40 feet high and has
26(n 26c pound.
gave them the oath of obedience, the to converse, and when I was In doubt of the people. Women living In sun
Cascara bark—Old or new, 6c pound. which was a lavender queen, brought pointed by the Polk county court, and a rapacity o f 150 tons. The plans and
oath that would be kept secret until he took a board and made drawings In less, gloomy homes, attired In som
Cattle— Prime steers, $7.25(<; 7.66; by Mrs. R. D. Hawley. The Creswell H. C. Dunsmore o f Independence rep building specifications were drawn by
tha day of Its world-wide proclama
childlike but expressive way.
ber clothe*, breathing a smoke-filled
The plan to M. W. Cooper, instructor in dairying
choice, $7(u,7.25; medium, $6.75(u 7; band provided a concert for the even resented Polk county.
tion. Thay swore to be true, obedient
" I toon realized that he considered atmosphere, are prone to be Irritable,
have each county contribute according at the Salem Indian school.
prime cows, $6.26(86.75; choice, $6(>i ing o f the show.
and brave for the queen. And she me sent at a messenger by their god to scold and whip their children and
to its assessed valuation ia approved.
6.26; medium, $5.75(86; heifers, $6
■won to be faithful and true to her Iticoatl. A prophecy made hundreds to nag their husbands who flee to tha
Deer Season Fatal to Hunters.
(8)6.76; light calves, $8(n9; heavy,
County Ship* 11,500 Tnrkeya.
of year* before by one of their great saloon for solace and relief. Surgeon
Steel Bridge Opened.
$6.76(8)7.76; bulls, $3.50(1/5.76; stags.
Wis. — Twenty-four
Roseburg— When the final consign-
"W a have only one man to fear, and men told them that a deliverer would
Stoner 1* also of the opinion that
hunters gave up their lives in Wiscon
Milton—The new steel bridge across ments o f turkeys were loaded on the that man Is Napoleon Edison. You all
Hogs — Light, $7.25(88; heavy, sin and Northern Michigan and many the Walla Walla river, costing $4400 cars here for the Thanksgiving mar- know him. Seemingly be baa met with come as a bird. That reminded me of children reared In a depressing at
mosphere are dull, apathetic and even
more were wounded during the deer ia now open for traffic, The bridge ia kets, it was found that Douglas coun some misfortune, aa he has disap
Sheep — Wethers, $4(84.75; ewes, season which opened November 10 and situated three miles south o f Milton, ty had furnished approximately 11,600 peared. When he returns we will fight been haunting me as I feared It had criminally Inclined The smoke prob
lem la still Important.
$$.26@4; lambs, $4(86.
closed at midnight Nov. 30.
on the mountain road.
birds for the trade.
t a r t Rfi8ynie «f mportant Evens
O R VATH
D EAN f/OARD
Winter Short Course Is
Prepared By O. A. C.
ITALIAN KING AND QUEEN
RECEIVE AMERICAN TARS
England and Germany
Would Change Minds
Canada to Let Hindus
Settle British Columbia Six-Foot Channel in
MUCH LOGGED-OFF LAND
Willamette Is Opposed
Bondsmen Are Sued