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INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AND
PROGRESS OF OUR HOME STATE
Lived In One House 94 Years.
lu the village of Stathe (Som erset)
on the banks of the River Parrett, re
aides William Broome, who has lived
the whole of his life— ninety-four
years— In the same cottage. The house
Is his own property. Broome hns al NEW O . A. C . PO U LTRY C O N T E S T
ways enjoyed good health. Is still very
active and has never tasted medicine. Joins Eugene Y. M. C. A. in O rgan
He is a great-grandfather, grandfather
izing W ork for Children.
and father, but only six of his descen-
Corvallis— The poultry department
datns are living.— London
o f the Oregon Agricultural college, un
Prof. James Dryden, is organizing
Peculiar Church Ornament.
Lambeth "O ld” church has numer a poultry raising contest for the Boys
ous historic monuments, and In one of and girls o f Eugene, in eo-operation
the windows is the full length figure with the Y oung Men’ s Christian asso
o f a peddler with his pack, staff and
Some 50 entries have
deg. This is supposed to represent
the unknown person who presented been made. The college offers $200 in
“ Peddler’ s A cre” to the parish upon ca3h prizes.
condition that his portrait and that
A t the college ten acres o f land are
o f his beloved canine companion
given over entirely to the poultry
should be preserved in the church and
that his dog should be burled In con husbandry department, which has now
secrated ground.— Pall Mall Gazette.
about* 2,000 chickens.
There are’ 20
colony brooder coops and 14 colony lay
Novel Tool Chest.
ing houses, beside the incubator house,
F or use In manual training schccls
16 incubators o f six d if
a W isconsin man has patented a tool
chest which may be converted Into a ferent makes, and the brooder house.
work bench by clamping It to the top The work o f the department is largely
that o f proving the laying qualities o f
of two desks.
the principal varieties, including Ply
mouth Rocks, Leghorns, and crosses o f
these tw o breeds.
In a recent letter from St. Peters
burg, Russia, P rof. Dryden was as
sured by one o f the government lec
turers on poultry raising there that the
O. A. C. poultry bulletins have been o f
great value in her work, teaching her,
she said, “ ju st what to say, and how
to say, many things in a few w ords.”
Oftentimes the stomach The bulletins are published for general
needs some assistance in distribution in the state, and may be
its great work c f digestion had upon request.
and assirni ation and an
occasional dose o f Hcstet-
ter's Stomach Bitters will
give tj^at assistance better
than anything else you
might take, its merit has
been proven thousands c f
times in cases of Poor A p
petite, Headache, Indiges
tion, Dyspepsia, Costive-
ness and Malaria! Disor
ders. Ee persuaded to try
a bottle today.
ROAD C O S T S $ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0 PER MILE
O , R. & N. C u toff From Pendleton
¿to Yoakum Nearing Com pletion.
Pendleton— One o f the most expen
sive bits o f road building the 0 . R. &
N . Co. has ever undertaken is now in
progress between this city and Y oa
kum and w ill be completed within the
next two or three months.
covers but 12 ’ j miles o f construction
hut will cost approxim ately $1,200,000.
The im provements in progress in
volve a com plete change o f the main
line o f the O. R. & N. Co. between
Pendleton and Yoakum; none o f the
old line w ill be used. The work short
ens the present line 1.7 m iles; elim i
nates 1361 degrees o f curvature; re
duces the maximum degree o f curves
Tents, Awnings, Sails from 10 degrees to 4 degrees, and re
Cels, Hairarociis. Canvas and Covert
duces the grade from eight-tenths o f 1
1 or 1.000 at factory prices.
p a c i f i c t : n ; a n d a \ v n ;.\ g c o .
per cent, uncompensated, to six-tenths
27 N . First St.. Portland, Cr. o f 1 per cent, compensated.
On the new line there will
one 500-foot tunnel, cutting out the
horseshoe bend; a high fill and a steel
EYE R E M E D Y
wui L k . it bridge of. two 150-foot spans with con
Uauid Form, 25c. 50c, Salve Tubes, 25c, $1 .00. crete piers and abutments, through the
reservoir o f the Kurnish-Coe Irrigation
i PEN DLETON PLANS “ RO U N D UP
Com m ercial Club to Send Excursion
to Wild W est S h ow .
Two sleepers carrying Portland rail
road men w ill go out on the fast mail
on the evening o f September 30. bound
for Pendleton, where the railroad rep
resentatives w ill witness the final
day’ s festivities in the
The “ roundup” is advertised by Pen
dleton to be “ wild and woolly, fast and
Am ong the frontier sports
and pastimes to be shown w ill be bron
cho busting, steer roping, relay and
pony express races, wild horse races,
packing contests, horseback tugs o f
war, steer riding, horseback pistol
shooting, fan cy riding and roping.
Vain Attempt to Show O X
1 2 ) e for Praaaad Veal up to 130 Ua.
A youthful masculine, scarce thre«
1 2 j c for Drosseri Block H o n
years old, was listening to a story by
1 6c for Live Chickens,
hia mother, but despite his devotion
3 0 c for Fresh Einrs.
Ssilth pays the above pricee. He dooa not
[ to her stories, kept making unac-
ebarw c o m m i s s io n nor d r a y a g e . Ad
| countable excursions to a clear space
dress all shipment*
on the park lawn and solemnly airing
I R A K ' » L. S M I T H V E A T CO.
"FlChUng 'h e B e d Trust"
his sole physical accomplishment o f a
; neat somersault. The mother won-
j dered, but asked no questions. Pres- j
I ently, however, the mystery was ex-
Another hoy, se-’ ted near
the open space with his parents, rose
and walked away. The little acrobat
Have your teeth out ar d plate ai.d bridge work
sighed sadly. "1 guess he never even done. For out-of-town patrons we finish plate
and brid*e work in one d>ty if neceesary.
saw me,” he remarked.
D r. B . E. W rig h t
W here Addison Was Married.
St. Edmund's. Lombard street, Lon
don, the rectory of which is vacated
by the death o f omniscient Canon
Bonham, had previously possessed lit
erary associations. The register re
cords the marriage o f Joseph Addison
to the dowager countess of W arwick
on August 9,
grim ly remarks that this match re
H OP C R O P LARGE AND G OO D .
sembled the marriages In which a
Scarcety ot Labor May Prevent Som e sultan gives his daughter a man to be
her slave; and Addison used to es
cape from the uncomfortable splen
Eugene— The hop crop about Eu dor o f Holland house to a ooffeo
gene this year is large and o f fine qual house at Kensington.
ity, but the help is so scarce that it is M other? w ill find Mrs. W m slo-s'a S ooth in g
tut, b est rem edy to uso fo i th e ir c h U d r e j
doubtful if some o f the growers will Syrup
lu t i u g ih e tooth in g p eriod .
be able to harvest their crop.
Rubber Planted on Waete Land.
pickin g is now in full blast in the most
The wide reaches of waste lairds on
im portant yards, and on account of
cue island of Singapore, which have
the dry weather the hops have develop been of no use since the culture of
ed to a large size with very few leaves, jam bicr, coifee, and pepper was given
so that picking is easy.
in the Rob jp, are now the scenes of great aettv-
ert Hayes yard 150 more pickers could :ty. Rubber plants are being set out
be used to advantage, and unless some aver these wastes and seem to do
unforeseen circumstance relieves the well. In the suburbs of Singapore elty
situation some o f the hops in this yard i considerable area of swamp land has
cannot be harvested.
been drained and converted into a
lursery for Para rubber plaits, which
ire sold at a good profit to the plant
C o o s County May Get Sawmill.
Marshfield— It is reported that the
Strong Winds end Sar.d Storms
Brookings Lumber & Box company, of
California, may build a sawm ill in cause granulation o f the eyelids. PEI
TIT’ S EYE
SALVE soothes and
Curry county either at Chetco or at quickly relieves, 25c. All druggists or
Arch Rock. The company owns 25,000 : Howard Bros., Butfalo, N. Y.
acres o f tim ber in Curry county.
French Woman's Long Sleep.
A curious case is that of a woman
PO RTLAN D M ARK ETS
in the hospital ot Alencon, France,
who has bcou asleep for 30 days, and,
unlike most patients who fall into a
lethargy, this patient has a perfectly
normal temperature. Her teeth are
rigidly set, and she has to be fed
through a tube, which was introduced
with great difficulty, and has been left
between her troth.
“ 'Love Is blind,’ ” said the pessi
mistic looking man, quoting this worn-
out chestnutty axiom with as much
fervor as Its originator could have
done. “ How do vmt knowT ' question
ed the severe-,coking woman with the
high cheek bones,
SA LM O N RUN LIGHT
JU ST RIGHT
e » v r > HBk-M.'HiW
SC ST LAND. CRC,
New. Handsome, instructive. Up-
FRUIT md ORNAMENTAL TREES,
RQ5ES. BERRY PLANTS, ETC
Free on request
W rite now. men-
tkmmgr th U paper.
D r . B . L W right C o.
3 4 2 ) W a s h in g tu n S t.,
Take car at depot and transfer to Washington St.
o f Fall Fish on
River is Very P oor.
' Uno fo r
K O D A K S
Write for cutalogrue* nn.i literature. Developing
and print In*. Mail order* «riven prompt, attention
l o r t t e n d i h o t o S u p p l y Co.
149 Third Street
W t Ouy rind Collect N ote«, M (irt?«s e i, tind Real
No Collection No Charge.
¡OPIUM — TOBACCO
. I t C m r. 1.
' Only authorised ¿Cooley 1 «»•
atllute In Oregon. W rit#
for iilnebroted ei realer.
Kau* institute , 71 L i m a *
Cured M e”
C u r e d in
No H ypodem ue Infections.
Astoria — Reports from all the
streams, both along the Oregon and
Washington coasts, are to the effect
that good runs o f fish are coming in
and the packing plants are doing ex
ceptionally w ell. The gasoline schoon
er Gerald C, which arrived Saturday
from Nestucea, brought 871 cases and
ten tierces o f salmon for Elmore & Co.
The catch o f fall salmon on the
Colum bia river is very light at the
present tim e, and some o f the gillnet-
ters who have been fishing with large
mesh nets have taken them out o f the
water. Now that the weather condi
tions are changing, however, a good
run o f silversides is looked for.
We want any per ton who M ille r s with
biliousness, cormtl; ntion, in llgos ion ot
any liver or Mood aiittien- to Iry our Paw-
Paw L lv r Pills. We gu irsnte. they will
purifv the blood iiiirl put the liver and
Btomach into n healthful condition and
will positively euro biliousness and Condi-
pation, or we will refund your mbney.
M UN YON’S HOMOEOPATHIC HOME
REMEDY CO„ Phila., l’a.
••FILL Y O U R O W N T E E T H M
F I X .L
ry, solid park,
butter fat 36c
You can take thla treatment at !ho Instttuto
or your home, and your money v, 11 tie relumed
if a perfect cure is not e je cte d . Investigate
tht**. It will only take a few m-mient* to phone
uc for Information. Peraonal and financial
reference on application. For full informa
tion. phone, write or rail at the
N E A L
I N S T I T U T E
/'/tone. ManhvU 2SOO
x u iiaii s i
l O M t. w n .
o r k ..
If you have achín* teeth or ravRiea and you nr%
too nervous for the dental f*rdea!, try Fill-O, ih<
home dentut. A t dru**i*tfl or by mail. 2£c.
FILL-0 «FC CO.. 35! tm?in BU#. S mt W. » «A
Blumaer-Frank D m * Co., distributor* for Orc*or
Salt Salmon P rices Rise.
A storia--J u d g in g from the present
market conditions the Alaska salmon
17c; geese 1 0 © lle
packers who*have not yet sold their
USX YOUR GROCER 10R L I S . BRAND Of
dressed, 22X © 2 5 c
parks o f salt palmon w ill make unus
ually large profits this season.
Disin ecliot Spr»y
year Alaska salt salmon was selling
Water Liquid Starch
e, 11 Co 12c pound.
for $6 a barrel, hut it is now quoted at
. good to choice,
lean, 0 ’
Non-Lo ir! Washing Fluid
$9, with a strong demand and the in
dications are that the price w ill ad
vance to $10. It is understood that
K .A N ° S CHE*IC a i ©
•cef cows, $4.25
the Alaska Fishermen’s Parking com
pany, o f this city, has fully 3,000 bar (if4.65; medium to good beef cows,
rels o f this salmon, which it has not $3.75© 4.25; eommoi beef cows, $2(ft
P h a r m a c is t s
3.75; bulls, $3,7.'© : stags, good to
choice, $4© 4.25; ch
© 7 : heavy, $3.75©?
German Families C om ing.
401 F ' i : b St
H o g s -T o p ,
Medford — H. A. Vogel haa pur
chased the C. W . McClerdon farm in medium, $9.50© lb
Sheep— Best ML I
Sams valley, 20 miles from M edford,
for $50,000. The farm contains 604 © 4 .2 5 ; best valley
seres o f land. Mr. Vogel intends to 3.5 0; fa ir to goes! v
subdivide the property and improve best valley ewes,
HA p N h D occ ; g V.EO S H O E S
Mt. Adams, i
JHETS12.00, i 2 30, K M , »SJO, »4.00, M M
TO PORTLAND FREE each division to suit the tastes o f G er choice
WOKffif .4*2^9,06,40.30,04 /
man fam ilies from Iowa, his home valley, $5© 5.25.
CUT SATES IJf
Hops— 1910 crop.
BOYS' '2 M . tS M & »1.00
PAÎKLESS DENTISTRY state, w ho are planning to move to © l i e ; olds, nominal.
Oregon in search o f a milder clim ate.
FOR SO YEARS
j n . \L
W oo!— Eastern Or
T V / are abee’. u tely the R V
mohair, m eet |M^uIaraa<! beeteheea ( /
Train Service Alleged P oor.
choice, 32© 33c.
Salem -^Com piaint has been filed by
Caseara bark— 4
where because they fceU
Hides— Salted hit
the U pper Hood R iver Valley Progres
their shape, i t Setter,
4 ' « e 7 | 0 v /k .
Nice Rubber Plat«
sive association with the State R a il pound; salted rslf, 1
loot belt«« and wear Isa-
Rubber Plate on Karth........................... i " ’ ||
road commission alleging that service salted stags, 6c; green hides, le less;
ILL THIS W O R K IS OUARANTBLD.
B threw »ear moa«? awar. A dollar u n d on the Mount Hood Hood railw sy is in- dry hides, 16)6© 17c; dry calf,
sonr>e occasions a 18c; dry stags, 11© 12c.
adequate and that
Pelts— Dry, l# X e ; salted, batchers’
distance o f 23 miles between Hood
R iver and Parkdale is made in six t a k e - o f f , 4 0 © 7 6 c ; s p r i n g la m b a , 2 6 ©
J. B. PILKINGTON, Nurseryman
P o rtla n d , O reg o n
Pain leas Fx tract ion Free when plate* or brid*e
work ie ordered. Consultation Free. You cannot
* »t better paiulesa work anywhere, no matter
now much you pay.
All Work fully Guaranteed for fifte e n Y ear*
TRY MIJBIfiE W
22k ErJic TfcA $3.59
U<i 1'1‘tao......$ 1 »
1 Miscl Fillings . $1 00
Suhcr Fiftact. . . . 50c m
C#»i Rsklvr hate $5.00
Ee*» Red KuSirfr
H um ............ $7-50
Paiales» Ei'mctioa 50c
R e d , W e a k , W e a r y , W a t e r y I'y e » .
R e lie v e d B y vlur.n«- i-.’ ye Kerne, y.
M u rlr.e F o r Y o u r K y e T r o u b l e . Y o u \\ ill
L ik e M u rin e
It S o o th e s. 60c a t Y o u r
D r u g g is t s . W r ite F o r L y e B o o k s . F ree,
M u rin e E y e R e m e d y C o ., C h ica g o .
Ne Mercery, Solenne
or Druse Used. Ne
o a e r m -c -a to eure CNtarrh A r’ kma. L o r e .
H-nfi.n h arut K M » mp tn n i’ aea. *r.d all i n v e c e
h i.u « .ii of M a airi Woman.
A »U lt». CANCER CURE
Root r—olTed f r a Pohla. C b u -u M , eure
m l roteala U fiHeg la Ite wooho.
1Í rw teens eoli, write foe arrmirtafn blaak
ami eieeahur. Incloee 4 m a la —— r-
C0 .4MATA1ION m e
The C. Gee Wo Medicine Co.
1«3H r v * i t , MT. lit frliM , P trtlM i Or.