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SW ITC H C A U S E S D IS A S T E R .
OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST
EARLY A P P L E S M OVE.
SM ITH T R A N SF E R S TIM BER.
River Uhion D isp o se s
C ars For England.
M inneapolis Man Turns In $ 1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
H oldings to C orporation.
Albany— The vast Linn county tim
ber holdings o f C. A. S m ith, o f M in
neapolis, have all been transferred to
the Linn & Lane Tim ber company,
organized in Hennepin county, M inne
sota. The transfers em brace approxi
m ately 50,000 acres. The considera
tion named in one deed is $40,000 and
only a nom inal consideration is m en
tioned in the others, but the value of
the land transferred is about $1,000,-
The land em braces all o f the old
holdings o f Frederick A . K ribs, of
Portland, and som e additional land
later acquired, by the Sm ith interests
w ith scrip.
Several hundred acres
w ere held join tly by Sm ith, Charles J.
Sw anson and N ils O. W arner. Other
p a rties had in terests w ith Sm ith.
T he Sm ith holdings w ere all choice
tim ber land, and som e section s are
un excelled in the world. A large por
tion o f th is land runs from 10,000,000
to I f , 0 0 0 ,0 0 0 fe e t o f tim ber to the
quarter section .
Hood R iv er__ The first sale o f Hood
liv e r apples controlled by th e Hood
R iver A pple G ro w e rs’ union to tak<
•dace th is y e a r was consum m ated a few
lays ago when C'rossley ic Sons, a largi
ipple t u y is g firm of New Y ork ami
Boston, secured th e e arly fa ll v a rie tie s
The consignm ent c o n sists of 14 cars
mil w ill be sent to E n g lan d . T he tru ll
vill be shipped so as to m ake close con
neetion w ith tra n s -A tla n tic steam ers,
nil is expected to a rriv e a t L iverpool
in th re e w eeks from th e tim e it is
<hipj ed from Hood R iver. T he early
ip p le s a re of fin e q u a lity th is y e a r, and
■vere picked e a rlie r th a n has h c reto fo r.
been th ■ rule. It is said th a t th e y ma
ure a n d ship b e tte r by bein g handled
in th is way and com m and a b e tte r price.
T he v a rie tie s sold a re K ings, W ealth
'«■s and G ra v en ste in s. and th e y w ill a r
rive on th e E n g lish m ark e ts when
ipples a re scarce, a s th e old crop has
becom e e x h au ste d , a n d th e e arly C ana
lia n apples which supply th e E nglish
trad e u n til th e la te w in te r v a rie tie s a r
riv e do not reach th e re u n til some
tim e la te r. T he f r u it will be pnekci
ind grad ed w ith e x tra care fo r th e long
lista n e e shipm ent, a n d is e xpected to
■ rriv e in fine c o ndition.
As y e t no w in te r v a rie tie s h ave been
sold here, a lth o u g h b u y ers are commenc
ing to feel out th e situ atio n and arc
try in g to g et a line on what grow ers ex
•>eet fo r th e ir fru it. They are w atching
for a n y sales th a t m ay be m ade a t Hood
R iver and a good deal of correspond
once is being received asking for in'.'or
■nation th a t will keep them in touch
■vith th e situation. W hile no p rice will
be given out by the union on the fru it
just sold, the sale is sta te d to have been
P a sse n g e r s
W reck in E ast.
M eadville P a., S ept. 15.— T h irty -fo u r
■ersons w ere in ju re d in th e w reck ol
■>ie tr a in No. 4, C hicago to New York
xpress, a t G eneva, P a., a sm all sta tio n
ig h t m iles w est of here. T he w reck,
railroad o ffic ia ls believe, w as due to
■ergons h a v in g a g riev a n ce a g a in st th e
■ompany o pening a sw itch sh o rtly be
ore th e p a sse n g er tr a in a rriv e d . The
n ju red w ere b ro u g h t to th is c ity and
.3 w ere ta k e n to a S pencer hospital,
r’ive, a f te r
h a v in g
th e ir
in ju rie s
lressed, w ere d isch arg ed , w hile 18 still
.einain a t th e h ospital.
T b irty -o n e o f th e in ju re d w ere pas
sengers and th ree ra ilro a d em ployes. A
m ajo rity o f th e fo rm er w ere Ita lia n and
G reek lab o re rs. I t is n o t believed any
>f th e v ictim s will die.
The tra in is due here a t 12:50 A. M..
but w as an hour la te and wag running
over 50 m iles an hour. Upon strik in g
the open sw itch th e e n tire tra in le ft the
tra c k , th e locom otive tu rn in g over upon
its side. Tw o of th e cars, a combina
tion sm oker and b aggage car and a day
coach w ere dem olished. A m ajo rity of
the in ju re d were rid in g in the com bina
and the J e w e ls
C o p y riz h t.
All r ig h ts reserved.
B. L i f f i n c o t t C o m p a n y .
tzdith M org an W ille tt
► ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
had other, better chances.
aoinelhiii* in her. a fte r all, beyond h»«rt.
I*-«« am bition? A nother Guwie?
Feeling himself weakening, he turned
his eyes away anil set his lips, thinking
quickly, with added venom.
She had accepted him !
W ell! Now he would have her do mors
—stoop lo w er!
He spoke again. “ You say I know.
W hat do I know, except th a t it is ones
more the livery th a t ap;ieals to you? I>r-
hajis, in this instance, my coat of arms
(certainly It is old enough). As for the
man—a mere detail. W hat do you rare
about the wounded hum an being be
To Gusaie W aring's ears, the rough,
bitter tones came from the very extremity
of iiassion, apiiealing to her jaded senses
as no-polished flattery had ever done.
"You do not understand,” she mur
mured. “ I‘crimps it is the man under
neath for whom I do c a r e !”
The chauffeur bent n e are r;
were tw isting feverishly, his eyes burning
with a very fierce, m alignant light. Th«
moment of trium ph was near and he must
have it all—everything.
"S ay it again.” He could hardly pro
nounce the words. “ I w ant to hear It
from your own lips th at it is myself you
care fo-— myself.” He hesitated tensely.
"The man. not the Prince del Pino."
Gussie gazed about her.
The motor was going silently, as it
were on tiptoe, down the dim avenue. No
one was In sight for the m om ent; nothing
to be heard hut the smothered movements
of the trees as the wind shook their tops,
scattering linden blossoms, a heavy in
cense from his vast censer, powdering the
The forces of the night were working
for Sarto, intensifying
spell. No wonder th at she mistook it for
At last, as if the words were being
forced out of her, “ I love you,” she said
distinctly ; “never the prince— only you—
you—y o u !”
A little sentence, but terribly full of
meaning. In it an old debt was discharg
ed—a rapacious creditor satisfied.
The chauffeur had paid himself hack
already in large measure, but In Gussie’s
broken confession the double score was
settled In full 1
(T o be continued.)
“T his isn’t a race,” she cried, above
C H A P T E R X I.— (Continued.)
Throwing a desperate glance around, the din, a note of exasperation in her
the chauffeur withdrew hastily into the strained voice. “ Why this—this awful
deepest sliadow of the beech tree, and speed, Prince?”
A curious laugh responded. “ Are you
there awaited the diplom at’s uncertain
advance, his mind working w ith pretur- really afraid?” he saked.
natural swiftness. It was ju st possible
In the glare of the motor lamps, Gus-
that in this friendly darkness he might sie met the reckless eyes smiling a t her,
pass unrecognized— if he could only keep with a swift answering excitement which
silent. How fortunate th a t the count she did not attem pt to analyze.
was such a ta lk e r!
“ Of course I am not afraid,” she said,
The rapid thoughts chased each other hardly knowing what she meant, “ with
through his brain while Souravieff was you !**
shaking him warmly by the hand.
There was a pause, and then, “T hat is
“ I can hardly see you in this infernal what I hoped you would say,” he told
darkness,” he lamented. “Roderigo Mon her thickly.
C h o u ! W hat good lu ck ! Come, let us
As the speed quickened again, Gussie
sit down,” suiting the action to the word, closed her eyes, not caring for the mo
“and talk. I ’m all impatience to hear ment what happened or where they were
everything about _ yourself*— which he going. An irresponsible mood was upon
proved by launching forth immediately her, the echo of her companion’s.
into a personal narrative of his own, just
Once before he had roused the spirit
as the other had shrewdly suspected that of romance and adventure dorm ant in her
he would— Boris Souravieff, like all ego for a few brief minutes, long enough to
tists, being only too delighted to talk make her forget his chauffeur’s leather
FIVE KILLED IN D ISA ST E R .
about himself indefinitely, granted a list coat.
ener, and in this instance a listener was
The Prince del Pino had awakened an
Road W ants A storia F ran ch ise
Collision Betw een Regular and E x most inevitably proivded.
A storia - A t the la st m e etin g o f the
cursion T rain s.
As I was saying, my dear fellow”—
While she sat struggling, yielding to it,
city council a franchise w as asked for
Chicago, Sept. 15.— I t is rep o rted th a t having detailed his history up to date, the man who had inspired it sat grasping
by the O regon C oast railw ay for run
the count crossed his legs sociably and, the steering wheel, every fiber of his mind
a w reck has occurred on th e L ake Shore thrusting a cigar into his mouth, prepar
nin g e lectric lin es through a number of
bent on reaching W ashington before his
4c M ichigan S outhern R ailroad, a t Ches ed for a prolonged monologue— “ when we pursuers.
str ee ts in the c ity lim its.
terto n , In d ., 50 m iles from Chicago. last met at Monte Carlo, I was having a
m unication w as referred to a com m it
It was the deciding race of his life!
W recking a p p ara tu s and a special w ith most interesting experience.” Striking a A desperate trial of skill, with the pro
tee for exam in ation and for a report at
a later m eetin g. The com pany dl-sires
physicians have been se n t to th e scene match at this point, he held it daintily fessional chauffeur and his 300-yard start
between finger and thumb and turned
the franchise to e ven tu ally be tendered
R eports from C hesterton, Ind., were his twinkling glance on the face which pitted against Souravieff’s superior mo
to the A storia, Seaside & Tillam ook
tor ruu by an am ateur.
to the effect th a t five persons w ere the next instant was swiftly averted.
Railroad com pany if the O regon Coast
The machine versus the m echanician!
F or a long moment there was silence
railw ay " m a k es g ood .” There is no
A contest between m atter, with Its per
while the tiny tlame burnt down to the
fected possibilities, and the infinite re
suspicion o f the Oregon C oast company
count’s fingers, and the man beside him
a p assenger tra in w hich le ft Chicago a t
sources of a man's mind, guided by that
but for the protection of all local inter
Nsw Bridge Will H elp.
•at staring fixedly in the opposite direc
fifth sense that necessity len d s!
e s ts th is form o f procedure w ill bi
O ntario__The O n tario b ridge com 11:30 P. M., and w hich r a n . in to the tion and cursing himself for his insane
At the sta rt the odds seemed equal, but
mission has a d v ertised fo r bids fo r the rear of an excursion tra in bound for I n carelessness and lack of foresight. And
with every minute the issue was more cer
Fire D estroys Saw m ill.
wooden bridge across S nake riv e r about ern. A t th e o ffices Of th e railroad detected the count’s cigar !
R a in ie r --Y e a r s o f hard work by C ■ ne mile east of O ntario. The bridge here it was said th a t b u t tw o or three
At Cleveland Park the pursuing motor
D A U G H T E R O F A D O M IN E .
T hat brief sudden illum ination had
C. W ilson, principal proprietor o f the is to be 800 feet long, 20 fe et w ide w ith passengers were injured.
taken him completely by surprise. Had was not two hundred yards behind.
C. C. W ilson Lumber company, w en three spans each 150 fe e t in length. It
O w ing to th e isolation of th e place, Souravieff discovered him? -
lost la st w eek when the saw m ill of will cost about $20,000. The M alheur d efin ite re p o rts w ere d iffic u lt to ob
Listening with anxious impatience. Souravieff’s lights glared a t him across
th is company, 250,000 fe e t o f lumber, county court subscribed $10,000 fo r its tain. C o n flictin g re p o rts w ere given by Sarto heard the other fumbling again in twice that distance.
The story of the daughters o f an
And as he turned into the comparative old-time New England clergym an Is
five cars o f lumber in the dry kiln, construction and th e balance will be the few persons th a t could be found to his pockets. A h ! there was no doubt
ta lk a bout th e w reck. The num ber of about it. The count had seen enough dusk of the Adams Mills road they had given by Mrs. Lucy Fitch 1‘erklns In
$5 ,0 0 0 worth o f machinery put in this
sum m er and other equipm ent were de 'o r fu rn ish in g th e m ate ria l and con c asu altie s w ere given all th e w ay from to suspect; now he was going to make entirely disappeared.
"A Book of Joys.” The marriage in
At last, through her half conscious
two in ju re d to five dead and tw e n ty • u r e ! There was a small m etallic click !
atroyed. Mr. W ilson’s loss is $47,000.
those days of a m inister’s daughter w as
This b ridge w ill be a g re at benefit to injured.
But the second watch was never light ness, Gussie felt that the fierce sw’eep
Hia insurance is $13,000, which will
this section, as it will m ore closely u n ite
of the motor had dwindled tc a mild leeked upon ns a social event requiring
m eet his outstand in g debts, leaving he tw o s ta te s of O regon and Idaho,
G ER M A N S SE E K NO FIG HT.
How often, when her victim is a t his gliding motion.
him where he w as when he began to petting up a d irec t ro a d through cen
Opening her eyes. “ Dupont Circle al
When the domine’s eldest daughter
build up the b ig plant years ago.
ral Oregon to Boi-e. Idaho.
ready?” she cried in astonishment, look went to Boston to buy her household
Von B uelow D eclares H is Nation Has mind and gives him another chance!
Ju st as the diplom at’s hurried, nervous ing around. “ W here’s the other automo treasures beforo her marriage to the
W ater Big 7 ract.
Irrigate Arid Land.
N o Chip on S h ou ld er.
fingers opened the little silver box In his bile?”
young doctor, the whole town turned
Grants Pass. — Arrangements and
P e n d le to n .— S e v e n th o u sa n d a cre s
L ondon, Sept. 15.—T he S ta n d ard y e s hands, the sound of footsteps approached
Her companion shrugged his shoulders. out to see her go; and for a time It
plans for the huilding of a huge irri of U m a tilla a rid la n d w as m o rtg a g e d
gating ranal, which will take its water e c e n tly by th e W e s te rn L an d & Irri
imagine,” he speculated easily, “left be seemed doubtful If the second daugh
from Rogue river, just above the g a tio n c o m p a n y to th e M arion T ru s t w ith P rin c e von Buelow, th e Germ an twig».
hind long ago. You see, we won the ter could ntnrry nt all, for she wns
Golden D rift com pany’s dam, and o m p an y . o f In d ia n a p o lis , to se c u re a chancellor a t N orderney.
loved by n lucre deacon's son, whose
ing tone«. “ A moment, if you please.” race.”
water over 12,000 acres of arid lands gold b o n d issue o f $150.000, to be used
W ith refe re n ce to B ritish ap p reh e n It was the voice of the R ussian am bas
His hat was off, and in the white humble social position made It diffi
above and below Grants Pass have been n th e c o n s tru c tio n o f c a n a ls and
blink of the electric lights the handsome cult for him to address her.
made, ami construction work will soon litc h c s a n d in o th e r w ays p re p a rin g sion in th e m a tte r o f G erm an naval sador.
W ith a smothered exclamation, his a t face shone out positively brilliant with
begin. Tired of waiting for outside or e x te n siv e fa rm in g a v a st a re a in aggression, the chancellor th in g s th a t it
She, however, having made a shrewd
rapitul to become Interested in the he s o u th e rn p a rt o f th is c o u n ty . T h e would he m ore n a tu ra l a n d excusable tache »prang to his feet and pushed aside trium ph and daring.
as to the state of h is feelings,
Gussie looked up at him with genuine
project, and upon the government foi m o rtg a g e w as said to be th e la rg e st if the G erm ans w ere apprehensive of
aid, local business men, ranchers and in stru m e n t filed h e re fo r y e a rs, the being a tta c k e d , p o in tin g out th a t G reat Your Excellency !*• he said, and then adm iration. Success in every phase ap took the reins In her own hands.
turning, “ P ray do not move !** he urged
pealed to her irresistibly—had always
At a party, from which she made
fruitgrowers have decided to build the iling fee b e in g $37.40
B ritain has not been invaded since the
t i g canal themselves.
exemplary departure at nine o’clock,
tim e of W illiam th e C onqueror. Con “ I will be l>ack directly. Ju s t w ait an done so.
T rains Running by S ep tem b er 21
“ I knew you would win that ra ce !” John's devotion was apparent, yet he
tinuing. P rin c e von Buelow said:
It is perhaps hardly necessary to men she said, in a voice that trembled a little.
Coquilla Jetty C om p lete.
La Grande G eneral Superintendent
“ I can assure you th a t nobody of any
did not dare otTer to see her home.
tion th at Del Pino did not w a it! The
Portland A ssistan t U nited S ta tes B uckley, o f the H arriman lin es in sense or influence in G erm any dream s diplomats were barely out of sight when “ You naturally come out ah ea d !”
Then, startled by the glint in his eyes, So she stepped to the m iddle o f the
Engineer I’olhem us announces that the
with a couple of strides, he was standing she dropped her own to the deft hands room, her black eyes dancing wtth
je tty project at Coquille has been com over the W allow a ex ten sio n and upon much less is th ere any such insane idea by Mrs. W aring'» chair, interrupting her managing the levers.
mischief, and said, In a cleitr voice, “If
pleted and that there is now 12 feet his return said th a t a regular train
tete-a-tete with scant ceremony.
For a moment neither s;>oke, Sarto be no one here has any objection, I should
o f w ater on the bar to the hay where a service w ill be estab lish ed betw een
Van yon come now?” he asked, »peak ing—to tell the tru th —absorbed in his like to have John w ait upon me home;
C ar W recks Am bulanco.
few years ago the depth w as only four La Grande and Joseph Septem ber 21.
. Ing In low, decided tones th at only reach own situation, doubtful enough, in spite and If any one has. let him speak now
The im provem ent is considered The train , according to Mr. Buckley,
San brancisco. Sept. 15— The a mbit ed her ear. “ I feel as if I had been wait of his momentary advantage.
■r forever hold Ills pence.”
rem arkable. The work done th is year w ill probably be a m ixed one, carrying lance of th e H arb o r E m ergency Hos- j Ing for a very long time.”
Distanced ns he had been, Souravieff
It is needless to add that the delight-
a t Coquille consisted o f exten d in g the passengers, exp ress, m ail and freig h t. pital was run into bv a Folsom stre e t I
— to tell the tru th . “ Yes.
would reach the G rafton sooner or later,
north jetty about 200 fe e t to a point in The road w ill be rushed into the town electric oar Sunday n ig h t and W illiam *. w l" hV * lo, * *oin* now-” ,h * a* rwi1 and S arto must be there and gone before ixl John settled the m atter on the walk
i . - . ' , .
, _ , I rising w itlioit hesitation. Then, to her he arrived.
lin e-w ith that of the south je tty , thus o f W allow a thi? fa ll.
Every minute counted. home that night, nml they w ere mar
HeflVrman, hospital .to w a rd , an.) Rob boot: "W on’t you lot us slip «way?’’ she Changing speeds, he pulled himself to
norrow ing the entrance.
ried soon afterward.
ert D oefner. d riv er, w ere seriously in asked in a w hisper; “ I don’t want to gether determinedly at the sound of Gus-
PO R TLA N D M ARK ETS.
Mrs. John dtvelojied m any fearless
R evised Livestock Rate.
W h e a t—Club, 88i- p e r bushel; forty- ju red . D o e fn e r’s condition is said to break up the party
characteristics. She wore her clothes
S alem — H. M. Adams, general old, 90c; tu rk e y red, 90c; fife, 88c;
skull a s well as o th er injuries. The am no<1, Mr*' .W arlnK a,1(1 h«r chauffeur dis demurely, “suggests chauffeurs! Do you twenty years old out of fashion, and
fr e ig h t and passenger agent o f the
luestem . 92c; valley, 88c.
know, I have another grievance against never parted with a bonnet. The ladles
B a rle y —F eed, $24.50 per to n ; rolled bulance w as crossing Folsom stre et j a PIM*aro^ *nio the darkness,
A storia & Columbia River railroad,
when th e c ar bore down on it a t a high •
minut,'s later two attaches, stand
that man of yours?” She raised her eye of the church got tired o f seeing the
27(ft28; brew ing, $20.
has inform ed the Railroad com m ission
on *be little bridge th a t leads from brows in delicate, humorous protest same one appear year nfter year, and
O at*— No. 1 w hite, $firstname.lastname@example.org per ra te of speed, strik in g the wagon in the ! ^
a t Salem th at a revised schedule on
center, h u rlin g it a d istan c e of 25 feet j ^bevy Chase Cub House to the main “ W hat will you say when I tell you that expressed then,selves about It at a his
liv e sto c k w ill be put in force on that o n ; g ra y , $2tftft26.50.
r<>nd. caw an autom obile glide out of the to cap his orher misdemeanors, Sarto had
H ay — T im othy. W illam ette V alley. ami com pletely w reck in g it.
torical meeting of the sew ing society,
road S eptem lip er 22.
The new rate
» motor shed at the hack. As it shot past the audacity to fall in love with me?’
from Portland to Warrenton w ill be
T ilting her shoulders, she glanced side- front which she wns a b sen t The vil
arv , $11; E aste rn O regon. $10 50;
Carry C a r g o es o f Salm on.
$37 .1 2 for a 36-foot car, where before
lage doctor happened In for a moment
•aid one of the men excitedly. “ Look, wise a t the m in beside her.
nixed, $13; clover, $9; a lfa lfa , $11;
it w a s $44 for a 34-foot car.
i • ’T
He was staring blankly ahead of him. on an errand when the ladles were at
Ifalfa m eal. $20.
«els b rin g in g full cargoes of salmon light?"
w a s a com plain t a gain st the old rate.
with a fierce intensity that saw, instead the most anim ated isiln t, and as he
F ru it— Apples, new, 50c(ft$1.75 per
ox; peaches, 30(o 75c per box; pears, from the A laska sta tio n s have a rriv ed . | B ut th* count had turned on his heel of the long tree arcade through which dearly loved a Joke, he repeated the
Line Nearly C om pleted
they were passing, its linden roof shingled whole thing to Ills slster-ln-lnw within
5c(rt$1.25 per b ox; plum s, 65<ft75e per
L a G ra n d e - Rcgul ir traffic into ox; grapes, 8 5 c $1.50 per c ra te ; figM. wellyn J . Morse, C ap tain Hem m ing,
with stars, a French highway bounding a the hour, and together the tw o rntsore-.
n n * ,him-
W a llo w a c o u n ty o v e r th e new ly con
1 per box.
swamp, a woman sitting hy the roadside,
a Jte r n passage of 20 day s from N usha
ants planned a Immhshell for the so
s t r u t t e d W allow a c o u n ty extension
P o tato es — 90.'ft65<*. per h u n d re d ;
and a dim. motionless figure watching her.
gnk w ith 40.047 cases o f salmon. She I am going to give him a chase I”
w ill b e g in S e p te m b e r 421 a cc o rd in g t
weot potatoes. 2(ft2V4© per pound.
As he did not speak, Gussie went on. ciety. W hile the Indies w ere at their
a s ta te m e n t from h e a d q u a rte rs, bn1
Melons — C antaloupe*. #1 (ft 1.50 per was follow ed by th e ship In d ian a . Cap
with a faint, half-mocking laugh. “ Fancy ten the doctor nppenred onee more,
• th is e v e n t w ill be p re ce d ed hv a pop
C H A P T E R X II.
ra te ; w aterm elons. $1 (ft 1.25 per 100 ta in Olsen, 25 days from N ushagak,
my own chauffeur doing me the honor to anil announced to the m eeting that Mrs.
u la r e x c u rs io n o n th e goth, w hen tin
“ Aren’t we going faster than the law profess his undying passion for me. Im John sent word tlint. If the ladles would
*»*e; crated, V»c per pound a d d itio n a l; with 48,000 cases of salm on. L ate in
O . R A N. w ill ru n e x c u rsio n tr.iin- •asaba.*, $2 per dozen.
agine such a th in g !”
the a fte rn o o n th e ship S ta r of Ita ly and allows?" Mrs. W aring asked pantingly.
decide what sort of a bonnet she ought
to W a llo w a fro m h e re
T h is will in
She was sitting upright, clasping the
\ egetables—JTurnips, $1.50 per sack ; the B ark C harles B. K enney passed in,
Im agine!” ejaculated a queer hoars*- to wear, she would try to meet their
a u g u r a te the service
T he tra c k ha
«eat with both hands and straining her voice. “ Mache! I can imagine nothin*
•irro ts. $1.75; parsnips. $1.75; beets both h aving full cargoes.
views, but pending such Instruction she
n o w been laid to W allo w a to w n , tin M.50; artichokes. 05c per dozen; beans.
eyes through a dim, encircling swirl of else r
c o n s tr u c tio n re a c h in g th a t p o in t to • >e per pound; cabbage, 2c per pound;
would continue to w ear her old one,
wind ami dust.
F o r e st F ire* Abating
n ig h t.
which was still In good condition. And
cauliflow er, $2.50 per c ra te ; celery.
effrontery of his daring------”
D uluth, S ept. 15— C louds anti an a b ___ "The la w !" ejaculated her companion
shortly, lie gianoed over his aho
<3 c (/ j $1 p«*r dozen; corn. 25(n 30c per
“ luring!** echoed the same unnatural wear It she did until a new one became
Yamhill Exhibit for S ta te Fair
*o/.en; cucumbers. 30 (04 0c per box;
- -. "N e tone*. “ I Hiring to he human I Coe pet to ! a necessity.
day o f q uiet Sunday and the fo re s tfire I “ d
M cM innville -Y a m h ill county wil
*gg p lan t, $1.25',, l.5o c ra te ; lettuce.
W hat could you expect? A j well blame a
. -------- - reaaed to be a m enace in thia locality. cessity is the only law I acknowledge.-
have an exhibit at the state fair. Tin
The new one wns ordered, and one
Seixing the emergency brake a t this peasant on the Campagne for catching
loxen- i>en (
M' d No rain ha« fallen and th e aitn atio n will
display w ill be made under tne dire.-
of her sons w as dispatched to bring
u la pin
tlon o f the Yamhill County Develop
, 1 ,Mr ,: E K T " ’
u n ,il
P»*» « end to biasing motor to a stand still ju st as a
it home. He went on horseback, and
A loud, jangling lau g h !
ment association, and is bring arrange 1
spin i ,b e north shore of L ake Superior, is eon Jewelly worm flashed hy in the darkness,
Guasie roused herself with a determined as she feared for the sa fe ty o f the box
b r Colonel J. C. Cooper, o f this city. aeh. 2e per pound; sprouts. 10c per
by th is means o f transportation, she
It will eomprise as com plete an assort •»ound; squash, 41V per dozen; tomatoes. sidered safe ow ing to th e back fires turning miraculously Into a crowded trol
i r , - „ " '° u <io n<>t realize the impro-
around the little town. The woo.la ior ly car, loaded with tourists, who looked prlety,’ she protested faintly; ••« man commanded him to w ear the bonnet
ment o f grains, grasses, fruits, nuts, 35(u50c.
nis cla as!”
nearly 100 m ile -.« V n g th.- north shore ***5. 5'*r ’ou"*-v'
home on his head.
etc., ns can l e gathered at once.
Butter Extras. 31 U * per pound; are ablaze and m illion, of feet of stand ,
shave!" ejaculated the ctaauf
She heanl him grating his teeth
fancy, 27bje; choice 25e; store, 18e.
Disobedience wns a thing unthought
G overnor A p p o in t! D e le g a te .
"Yes. that is it. It is the livery of
Eggs Oregon extras. 27(.t2Se; firsts
of in that fam ily, and the tow n beheld
chine out recklessly on the long road,
our victims that m ake, all the difference
Salem —Clara Bewick Colby, editor 25(ii 26e; second.. 2'2(<i 2.V ; third«, lSfif
• 'r i n g With twinkling lights which a lte r * tth you. The chauffeur had no chance!”
wretched hoy riding through the
Trouble in French C on go.
and publisher o f the W oman’s Tribune 20r; Eastern. 24 ? 2.V p-r dozen.
n a ,ed with inky black stretches. F or some
of Tremont P lace haa been appointed
He was moodily «¡lent a moment and main street of the village w ith Mrs.
Brussels. Sept. 15__ Passengers who
P oultry- Mixed chick en . I l e , f i l i l e
a delegate to the international congress •ound; fancy hens. 12'<t 12*-^; roosters I arrived st A ntw erp Sunday from the minutes nothing cou!d be heard hut the then, turning on her with a swiftneas that John’s new bonnet disp layed upon hi*
on moral education to be held in I,on I fie; spring. 1 3«il4c; ducks, old 12(ii Tonga rep o rt serious trouble« in the pants of the motor keeping tim e to the
“ W hat of Roderigo head.
m-retming xrind. At last, turning her
25 to 2V. _
geese, _ old. French Congo, w here n a tiv e s revolted head. Gussie looked into a pair of red del Pino? he demanded harshly, search
mg her face. "W hat chance haa be?"
Th* g o v e rn o rs com m ission wns issued i 8*; young. 10«; tu rk ey s, old 17v,il$ c
in »eetiors surrounded n num ber of
H at H at
nnd m niled to M rs. (\vlby in E ngland young, 20*.
’ whites. A re lief force wa* sent to the «ye* peering at her furtively around the
Surely, never w a. there a stormier
Geraldine— Papa. I w ant yon to hear
curve of the d :»rant road.
w here «he is *t th is time.
Venl E x tra , 8'ifS*«* per pound; or '*'*
w hites nnd several engagr
more fantastic wooing. Gusaie shivered
some of Reggy's funny storltwj he-»
“There comes another motor," she said
dinarv 7(*f7*ye; heavy, 5e.
ments were fought, manv being killed
wtth sheer excitement of the thing, her
I wonder where it's going nt such
full o f humor.
Fair at M.tyvilla in O c • tar
Pork Esncy, « ti-e 'p 'r pound; ordi
n tremenilous rate."
Papa— I heard one o f them the other
Condon.— E x trn .fv e preparations ure nary (tc; Urge, 5«
Steal Valuable G em s,
““ i-1“ «
Up* with difficulty
T he man beside her looked back
n ig h t: he asked me to be his father-
in progress for the grange fair to be
Mutton Eancv. 8,79*.
San B ernardino, Cal.. Sept. 15 - O n e
"P erhaps." he said, “they are train* uiate ‘ i0U i n ° W r "h' mana*wl '« artlc^
held nt M ayvill*. O etoter 8 and P, | Hope— 1P07. prime an I choice. 4«y(J? f th* mo*t d arin g th eft* o ccurring in lo catch
up srifh us. My fa ith ! They
ander the auspices of the granges of 5c per pound; olds, 1(011)1«; contracts. m ining cam ps o f th is conntv in year* ¡
" A h !" ejaculated Sarto.
G illiam and W hee’er counties Com
S o re
^ a b je c t.
Involuntarily he found himself exmsid-
has just been reported to th e sheriff tering something under hit breath. he
m ittees have been appointe I to take
Woo! Fsstcrn Oregon, average best. turquoise gems valued at $5.000 having opened the throttle.
ertng her curiously. Gusaie was not look
“How m uch did that capitol cost?"
«karge o f the snorts and of the amuse lOii? 16’ i* per pound, according to been r*moy*d from a cache in a shack
inquired the sightseer lu Harrisburg
In the blind.ng spurt th at followed. ¡ 3 “
' " -T
ments. C. J . Quinn, master o f the May shrinkage; valley. 15@15<ye; mohair, at the Wood A Co.’s gem mines, 12
had an e x ite d gleam ip them, her breith
"Sir," replied the guide severely, --w*
trille grange, is chairman.
choice, I8(u 18 '-¿t.
miles north o f Hart.
came nnd went. Did she covet that petty are here to Improve our m inds; not te
corouat so much, then? Mrs. W ari.g had talk scaudsL ”
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