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É K H E IE K
A R M Y A N D N AVY S T O R E S .
i U S m DEVELOPMENT OF THE STATE
Irdependent S team er Line Causes
Commotion at Skagway.
the V isitation, Verboort
Juneau, Alaska—W arrants for the
New York—As the resu lt of an
—Rev. L. A. LeMlller, pastor. Sun-
e a rn e st discussion amcng army and
G R A D E O F A P P L E S H IGH.
C E M E N T P LA N T SEEN.
in affairs of Alaska and the Pacific day Early Mass a t 8 a. m.; High
naval officers some years past as to
were issued here on indict- Mass at 10:30 a. m.; V esper at 3:00
th e possibility of duplicating in this Lands of Douglas County Believed Hood River Has 70 Per Cent of
by the Federal grand !p. m. Week days Mass a t 8:30 a. m.
country a system of co-operative m il
Crop Extra Fancy.
Source of Materials.
been investigating the
Christian Science Hall, 115 Fifth
itary stores in England by which those
Hood River—Showing the crop to alleged violation of the Sherman anti- 'st., between F irst and Second ave.
Roseburg—A fter years of experi
in service may buy any article of m er
chandise a t a slight advance over cost m ents in which thousands of dollars be 70 per cent e x tra fancy, statistics ! tru st law in connection w ith the w harf South—Services Sundays a t 11 a. m.**
Sunday school at 12 m.; mid-week
price, the Army and Navy Co-opera have been spent, Douglas county is have ju st been compiled on the returns facilities a t Skagway.
General Reium e o f Important Eventa tiv e company was incorporated at A l destined to become one of the fore so fa r received from the 1911 apple
The following were indicted: J . C. meeting W ednesdays a t 7:30 p. m.
Preaented In Condenaed Form
bany, w ith the approval of the secre most cement-producing counties in the o u tput of the Hood R iver valley, for
F ree Methodist church. Fourth st.,
U nited S tates. Up to a short tim e the fru it sold up to F ebruary 1 of this Steam ship company; C. E Houston,
tary of state.
for Our Busy Readera.
W ithin a few months the company ago the S tate of Oregon was declared year. A statem en t of the prices f. o. ; head of the Pacific Coast Coal com- between F irst and Second Avenue.
will have stores open in this city and to be one of the few states in the Un b. Hood River, giving the averages of pany; A. L. Berdoe, formerly vice- J . F. Le se, Pastor. Sunday School at
ready for business.
The chief pur ion in which raw m aterials suitable the two averages of the Hood River j president and general m anager W hite 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and
T hree persons w ere killed in the pose of the corporation is to "reduce for the m anufacture of Portland cem^ Apple G row ers’ union and the David Pass & Yukon Railroad company; 7:30 p. m.; P rayer m eeting Wednes
w reck of a fa st tra in in Pennsylvania. the cost of living by selling the best en t were scarce.
son F ru it company, has been made Charles E. Peabody, form erly an offi day 7:30 p. m.
I t was considered in Oregon an im public as follows by the Commercial cial of the A laska Steam ship com
Seventh Day A dventist Church, 3rd
R etail lum ber dealers blame the articles of domestic consumption and
pany; J. H. Young, president of the street—Sabbath schol 2 p. m., preach
“ m ail o rd er” houses for "lum ber- general use a t the low est rem unera possibility to find raw m aterials— club in a folder ju st issued:
“ E x tra F an cy ,” 70 per cent; “ F an
lim estone and shale—in the same lo
tive ra te s .”
tr u s t” talk .
ing 3 p. m. each Saturday. Midweek
The advantages of the organization cality ; otherw ise no company could cy ,” 25 per cent, and “ C G rade” 5 Bunch, traffic m anager of Alaska prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.
A $6,000,000 company has been or are to be extended, not only to the have possibly been formed which per cent.
Steamship company; C. Ward, super
ganized in S eattle to work a big min army and navy and all civilian em would have to face such difficulties in
Yellow Newtown Pippin, e x tra fan intendent of the Pacific Coast Steam m. A cordial welcome. H. W. Vall-
ing concession in Peru.
ship company; F. F. B. W urzbacher, mer, Elder.
ployes of both branches of the service, the way of hauling raw m aterials to cy, $1.99 per box.
Catholic Services. Rev. J. U. Buck,
E. Wynn Johnson, E. E. Billing-
A rkansas Black, ex tra fancy, $2.12;
The new Japanese am bassador says but to the sta te m ilitia as well, be the Portland Cement company.
F orest Grove—Chapel at cor.
hurst, W. H. Nansen, Ira Bronson, pastor.
The location of these newly discov fancy, $1.75; C grade, $1.35.
his country will co-operate in all cause of the recent close relations be
J. W. Smith, F. J. Cushing, W. B. j of 3rd stree t and 3rd avenue south.
Black Twigs, one grade, $1.42.
tween regular and volunteer army and ered deposits is the Riedle property
XXiv’V e;i regarding China.
King, V; I. Hahn and C. H. Higbee. 11st and 4th Sundays of the month,
The raw m aterials,
Red Cheek Pippins, $1.62.
Rockefeller interests have lost th e ir
The garnd jury investigation was Mass a t 8:30; 2nd and 3rd Sundays
W inter Bananas, e x tra fancy, $2.40.
Rear A dm iral M arix is one of the an abundance of lim estone of the
first move to secure control of the incorporators and will be elected pres highest grade, alm ost pure marble,
begun three weeks ago by D istrict A t-Jof
month, Mass 10:30. CorneHua
Baldwin, one grade, $1.30.
W aters-Pierce interests.
torney Rustgard on orders received —1st Sunday of the month, Mass uf
Spitzenberg, ex tra fancy, $2.14.
ident. C aptain Henry H. Scott, Coast and shale of uniform composition, are
from Attorney-General W ickersham. 10:30; 3rd Sunday of the month,
W agner, one grade, $1.60.
Prince Piang, son of a chief of a A rtillery corps, another of the incor on the north and south side of the
The grand jury began to retu rn indict Mass at 8:00. Seghers—2nd Sunday
O rtley, ex tra fancy, $2.05.
tribe of Moro head-hunters, has a r porators, who is a son-in-law of Rear property a t an altitude of several hun
S traw berries, 60,000 crates, or 100 m ents three days ago, but these were of the month. Mass a t 8:00; 4th
rived in the United S tate s for a visit Admiral W illiam T. Sampson, was one dred feet in such a position th a t they
held secret until they were placed on
of the 40 officers chosen by the W ar would be about 100 feet above the cars, at an average of $2.25 a crate.
Sunday of the month, Mass a t 10:30.
Specific charges of knowledge and departm ent to go to San Francisco at crushers of a Ciment plant bu ilt on
Pears, 25 cars; B artletts, $1.25 per file and telegraphic w arrants issued.
supervision of dynam iting is made the tim e of the g rea t fire to direct re one of the hillsides and th a t the lim e box, and D’Anjou, $1.92 per box
M. E. Church, Rev. H iram Gould,
The principal w itness before the
against officers of the Ironw orkers' lief work.
stone would be within 500 fee t and
The average of the Yellow New- grand jury was Max Kalish, vice-pres paetor. Second street, between First
the shale w ithin 1,000 fee t of the towns will be m aterially increased ident and general m anager of the and Second avenues. Sunday school
when the full retu rn s are received in Humboldt Steam ship company, an in- at 10 a. m.; Epworth League a t 6:30
REBELS EN COURAG ED .
An A laska grand jury has returned
Dr. W. Michaelis, of Chicago, who the late spring.
The g rea ter p a rt of dependent line, which, it is alleged, ¡p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8:00
indictm ents against 17 business men
has been grossly discrim inated against p. m.
Mid-week prayer meeting
for m aintaining a w harfage monopoly Proclamation of Gomez Indicates thoroughly examined these properties the Newtown crop is as yet unsold.
and burned Portland cement from the
The principal m arkets of the Hood in freig h t rates and w harf charges at Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
a t Skagway.
Revolution is Gaining.
lim estone and shale on the Riedel River apple are shown to be London, Skagway. Mr. Kalish is now in San
Christian Church, corner Third e t
Pinned under a wrecked locomotive
Mexico City — Emilio Vasquez Go property, declared th»se deposits to Liverpool, Ham burg, New York City, Francisco.
and F irst Ave. Rev. C. H. Hilton,
on a Maine road, a trainm an who was mez' frank public declaration th at he contain the most uniform and valuable Chicago, M ilwaukee,
pastor. Bible school a t 10 a. m.;
slowly burning to death was chloro' will accept the provisional presidency cem ent m aterials w est of D evil’s Rockford and other cities contiguous
P O T A T O RISE F O R E C A S T .
preaching at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m.;
formed by a country doctor.
in case the rebels succeed in forcing Slide, Utah.
to the above. An increasing demand
F. I. Madero from the national palace,
In all, Mr. Riedle controls practical during the pa3t two years has been Price of $2.50 Per Sack in Thirty Prayer meeting Thursday at 8:00 p.
A decision of the In tersta te Com has gone far tow ard convincing unoffi
ly 280 acres of land, adjoining the showing itself in the Middle W est and
merce commission holds th a t cities cial residents of the capital th a t a properties owned by the Portland, Os
have a rig h t to the advantages of general
Stockton, Cal.— W ithin 30 days po Way and F irst ave. north. Rev. D.^
is in progress, wego, Dallas & Roseburg railroad. Hood River apples have been disposed
th eir geographical location.
Mexican officials, however, continue The land lies at the head of Roberts of in Tennessee and A rkansas w ithin tatoes will be selling in carload lots T. Thomas—Sunday 6chool 10 a. m.;
It is expected th a t the Oregon City to characterize as local disorders ev Creek and is accessible to tran sp o rta the past few months. Texas also con for $2.50 a sack, is the prediction of Morning service 11 a. m.; evening,
tion. Mr. Riedle says he will develop sumes a g rea t q u an tity of the fru it Stockton dealers. A tally of the tub 8:00 p. m.; Junior C. E. a t 3 p. m.;
locks will be closed for repairs and al ery insurrection in the country.
Although rebels are now operating the property w ithin the next year, and is dem anding more.
ers on hand in the Stockton w are Senior C. E. at 6:30 p. m.
teration by the governm ent during the
in 18 states, the departm ent of the in having already arranged for the nec
houses showed 173,000 sacks. In ad
low -water periods fo 1912 and 1913.
terio r continues to give o ut news de essary capital.
dition to this, George Shima and his
Nineteen American soldiers sent to nying trouble in a g reat p art of these.
DEFICIENCY NOT GRAVE.
K nights of Pythias—Delphos Lodge
associates have a total of 25,000
guard a bridge near El Paso, Tex., got There was a fight at San Pedro, 30
sacks. Brisk demands are being made No. 36, m eets every Thursday at K.
1912 OUTLOOK GOOD.
on the wrong stree t car and were ta k miles from Torreon, in which 27 men
by Eastern dealers for Stockton pota-1
West Says Institutions Will Not Be toes, and it is expected th a t all o f ; of P. Hall. Chas. Staley, C. C.; Reis
en across the line into Juarez, Mexico were killed, the m ajority said to have
Ludwig, K eeper of Records and Seal.
The Mexicans took it as an American been rebels, commanded by Jose Ar Coos Bay Lumber Shipments to Ex
those who still have q u an tities on
G. A. R.—J. B. Mathews Post No.
“ invasion,” and considerable excite gumedo.
Salem—The figures as shown in the hand will reap a fortune w ithin the 6, meet*; the first and third Wednes
ceed Those of Last Year.
m ent followed.
Such inform ation as is obtainable
statem en t prepared by Secretary 01- next few weeks.
Marshfield — R em arkable increases
Prices range from $1.40 to $1.85 aj day of each month at 1:30 p. m., in
Madame Lillian Nordica, world- from Torreon indicates th a t for a con in the lum ber shipm ents from the two cott, indicating th a t some of the state
K. of P. hall. John Baldwin, Com
renowned singer, is stricken with par siderable distance to the E ast and as ports of Coos County, Coos Bay and in stitutions are behind, as fa r as their sack. Large quantities are being re- j mander.
capital of the same name, the region the Coquille River, have been made cerned, do not indicte th a t the in sti height of the high-priced
Masonic—Holbrook Lodge No. 30,
Germany has forbidden mixed mar- is being raided alm ost at will by the during the past year. F igures for the tutions will show a deficiency at the which it is believed will prevail next A. F. & A. M., regular m eetings held
The governm ent has denied year 1911 as compared to 1910 show end of the year, says Governor West. month.
first Saturday in each month. P. W.
i iges w ith the natives of Samoa.
officially th a t Guerrero, in Chihuahua, th a t the increase has been g rea ter
“ We announced early th a t there
Kinzer, W. M.; A. A. Ben Kori, sec
Increased demand and moderate has fallen into the hands of rebels.
would be no deficiencies, and there
New York—Six large consignments retary.
supply have caused an advance of 5
W ith the exception of the six South history of the county.
will be none,” said the governor. of potatoes are expected to arrive in
W. O. W.—Forest Grove Camp No.
The lum ber shipm ents from Coos “ The figures for the year, while on New York from abroad w ithin the
cents a thousand in the price of shing ern sta te s w here Emiliano Zapata and
Jesus H. Salgado are stubbornly re Bay showed an increase in 1911 of 60 the face they would indicate th a t the next two days, bringing total receipts 98, m eets In Woodmen Hall, every
Saturday. A. J. P arker, C. C.; Jame»
sistin g the arm y now w aging a w ar of per cent over the shipm ents of 1910.
The Manchu dynasty of China, a fte r exterm ination, and w ith some head The shipm ents from the Coquille River institutions are in some instances far for the season up to 1,000,000 sacks. IT. Davis, Clerk.
occupying the throne for nearly 300 way, the region most seriously men showed an increase of 90 per cent over
ing, and do not show the en tire status foot up to nearly $700,000.
A rtisans—Diamond Assembly No.
years, has abdicated in favor of the aced is th a t in the states of Coahuila the year previous.
The total ship of the institutions.
The arrivals will decrease from now 27, meete every Tuesday in K.' of
and D>irango. O ther sta te s in which m ents from the two ports of the coun
“ For instance, a t the sta te school on, as Germany and France are both P. Hall. C. B. Stokes, M. A; John
A prisoner who had served nine rebels are operating are Chihuahua, ty showed for 1911 an increase of 67 for the feeble-minded, where the fig buying heavily in Ireland and E ng Boldrick, Secretary.
ures indicate th a t the m aintenance of land.
years in San Quentin for robbery is Sinaloa, Zacatecas, San Luis Potosi,
This is the first year th a t
Rebekahs—F orest Lodge No. 44,
county as a whole during 1910. Never 1912 has been used to a certain ex America has gone abroad for potatoes
found to be innocent, the real robber Jadisco and Michoacan.
meets the first, third and fifth Wed
In the United States
sta te of V era Cruz there are bands shipped during one year from eith er worth of supplies are on hand and con growers raise about 75 bushels of po nesdays of each month. Miss Alice
P OR TLAN D M ARKETS.
sequently the in stitu tio n will be able tatoes to the acre, while in England Crook, N. G.; ’ Secretary, Miss Carrie
there such a g re a t annual increase to run for some tim e on these sup and Ireland the crop runs from 2t)0 to Austin.
w ith the Z ap atista movement.
eith er in am ount or percentage.
plies. I am assured by Superintend 235 to the acre.
W heat — Track prices: Bluestem,
I. O. O. F.—W ashington Lodge No.
The lum ber shipm ents of the two ent Sm ith, of th a t institution, th a t he
Five Aviators Fall.
90c; club, 87c; red Russian, 86c; val
48, meets every Monday in I. O. O. F.
will close the y ear w ithout a defi
ley, 87c; 40-fold, 87c.
Canada Rejects Paupers.
Oakland, Cal.—Opening of an avia
Hall. V. S. Abraham, N. G.; Robert
Millstuffs — Rran. $23 per ton: tion m eet at the old Em eryville race different lum ber companies follows:
Vancouver, B. C.—D etails of w hat Taylor, Secretary.
shorts, $25; middlings, $30; rolled track near here was baptized w ith
is alleged to have been a deliberate
Modern Woodmen of America—
barley, $38(.i 39
blood. W illiam H. Hoff. a San F ran feet.
No. 6223, meets the second and -
Harley— Peed, nominal.
cisco aviator, lies probably dying in a
county officials to unload undesirables
fourth FYiday of each month. A. L.
Hay—No. 1 Eastern Oregon tim hospital and a half dozen of his fellow 000 feet.
onto the Canadian side of the border, i
Total from Coos County 228,000,000
othy, $17(11)18; No. 1 valley, $ 140f 15; aviators, more fo rtu n ate than he in
Agent Promises One Provided Bui.'d- were brought out by Im m ig ratio n 1 Sexton, Consul; Geo. G. Paterson,
alfafa, $13; clover, $11; grain, $12 escaping from the w reckage of their feet.
A gent Magiil, following sentence at j Clerk.
ing Can Be Obtained.
W ith the improvements th a t are be
machines, are nerving them selves to
the police court of Susa M. J e tt, of 30 \ Rosewood Camp, No. 3835 R. N.
F reew ater — A t a m eeting in the
* Corn—New, whole, $34; cracked. play again the hide-smd-seek game ing made by the different m illing com
imprisom ent in W estm inister A., meets first and third Fridays of
$36 per ton.
w ith death which lurks in the ocean panies and more extensive work offices of the M ilton-Freew ater F ru it for a breach of im m igration laws.
each month in I. O. O. F. Hall. Mrs.
Oats No. 1 w hite, $32<u32.50 per fogs and the gusty winds of San F ran planned by the logging companies, G row ers’ union, there w ere a large
Miss J e tt was a native of A rkansas, \ M. S. Allen, Oracle; Mrs. Wlnnlfred
num ber of the fru it growers present where she is alleged to have made her Aldrich, Recorder.
to discuss the advisability of erecting
C ranberries —$10(o 11.50 per barrel.
Phil O. Parm alee, Glenn M artin, showing made during the y ear 1912.
The am ount of standing tim ber in a pre-cooling station. D. F. P ra tt, of living peddling and knitting. She al-1 Gale Grange No. 2S2, P. of H.,
P o tato es—Buying prices: Burbanks, Horace F. K earney
so resided in Idaho, Missouri and oth- meets the first Saturdays of each
$l(o 1.25 per hundred.
Beachey were among those whose m a the county and trib u ta ry to the m anu the departm ent of agriculture, was er states. More recently she has been month In the K. of P. Hall. A. T.
V egetables—A rtichokes, $1.25 per chines were driven to the ground.
living in Clarkston county, Wash. I t ¡Buxton, M aster; Mrs. H. J. Rice,
dozen; cabbage, $ ll(0>lc per pound;
One a fte r another the biplanes were sures a constantly increasing amount building could be secured the govern is alleged she was put aboard a north- : Secretary
garlic, 8(0 10c; hothouse lettuce, 50c<o caught by the wind, which was broken of lum ber shipm ents from the Coos ment would establish a pre-cooling bound train by County commissioners I
$1 per box; pumpkins, l|(o 2 c per into com batting currents by the islands county ports for many years to come. station here for experim ental purposes. for Clarkston county and provided
The g rea t w aste in shipping fru it is
pound; spinach, $l(o'1.25 per box; of San Francisco bay and the hills and
w ith the sum of $25 to comply with Mayor—G. S. Allen.
due to the fact th a t the fru it goes into
sprouts, 8c per pound; squash, ljr o jc ; mountains th a t surround it.
Oil Company Formed at Albany,
the Canadian im m igration entry regu- j Recorder—M. R. Markham.
turnips, $ 1(0.1.10 per sack; rutabagas,
A lbany—Perm anent organization of the cars in a heated condition and the lations.
A t the conclusion of h e r' T reasurer—R. P. Wirtz.
consumption of ice, w hile the fru it is
$ L o l.l0 ; carrots,
$ l(o l,1 0 ; par
200 Yaqui Indiana'on Raid.
Canadian authorities will Chief of Police—P. W. W atkins.
the Valley Oil company, which was in tran sit, is heavy.
snips, $l(o 1.10; beets, $1.25,
H ealth Officer—Dr. J. S. Bishop.
Guaymas, Mexico — Two hundred formed by a large num ber of Albany fru it would go to the cars held a t the deport her.
Onions — Association price, $2.25
Conncllmen—John Wirtz, Carl L. Hin-
man. O. M. Sanford, Rev. J. M.
fru it reaching its destination in a
Apples—Fancy Rome Beauty, $2.60 Piedra and carried away several fam
Barber, W. F. Schultz, H. B. John
Washington, D. C.— Army q u arte r
per box; choice Rome Beauty, $2; ilies, according to reports received rooms of the Albany Commercial club. much b e tte r condition. The directors
fancy Yellow Newtown, $2.50; fancy here. F ifteen rurales, commanded by C. W. T ebault was elected president will tak e up the m a tte r and come to a m asters in the Philippines have found
man. O. M. Sanford and John Mc-
Spitzenberg*, $2.76; D elaw are Red, Captain Ramos, who w ent in pursuit, of the company, C. C. Page, vice- decision in a m eeting to be held soon. th a t it is possible to grow forage for
$1.76; W inesap, $2; fiorthem Spy,
their cavalry and transportation ani
$1.60; Baldwin, $1.60o. 2; Ben Davis, Ramos and six men were killed and treasu rer. The board of directors is mean much to the cities of Milton and mals in the islands instead of bring School D irectors—M. Peterson, Mrs.
Reinforcem ents were composed of these three officers and E. F reew ater in the way of advertising ing tim othy hay and oats across the
$1.25; Red Cheek
Pippin, extra two wounded.
Edward Seymour, H. T. Buxton.
sent to the scene, but the Indians had V. Bloomfield. G. A. Hindes, John and will be of untold benefit to the Pacific a t g reat expense.
The prob Clerk—R. P. W irtz.
B utter — Oregon cream ery, solid
lem has apparently been solved by the Justice of the Peace—W. J. R. Beach.
pany will begin active work at once.
th eir loot.
pack. 36c; prints, extra.
cultivation of guinea grass a t Jolo and Constable—Carl Hoffman.
A m ajority of the Yaquis is said to
Sixteen Hundred Take Short Course it is estim ated th a t by the use of the
Eggs —F resh Oregon ranch, candled.
New Sawmill Starts.
be m aintaining peace.
28(o 29c doarn.
Corvallis — R e g istrar H. M. Ten native grass the cost of forage can be
Monroe— The sawmill ju st completed nant, o f the Oregon A gricultural col reduced to one-fourth of its present Judge— R. O. Stevenson.
Pork—Fancy, 7J(o8ic per pound.
South to Send Veterans.
at th is place by the Alpine Lum ber
Veal—Fancy, 13(0 13|c per pound.
cost. It has also been found p ra c tic a -! Sheriff—George G. Hancock.
Philadelphia—Confederate veterans company sta rted its engines for the lege, estim ates the total enrollm ent in ble to use green rice as horse feed.
P oultry— Hens, lS o rltc ;
12$c; ducks, young, 20c; geese, 114 are to have a leading p art in the cele first tim e Saturday. The mill has a
Recorder—T. L. Perkins.
01 12c; turkeys, live, 18c; dressed, bration of the 50th anniversary of the capacity of 50,000 feet of lumber
Removed for Insubordination.
T reasurer—E. B. Sappington.
battle of G ettysburg. Colonel Lewis daily, and is modern in all its appoint over 1,600, although the final figures
Washington, D. C.— Major-General Surveyor—Geo. McTee.
Hop*—1911 crop, 36(o36c; olds E. Beitler, field secretary of the Penn ments.
The company has a large
Fred C. Ainsworth, adjutant-general
sylvania commission, reported to be force of men g ettin g out logs in the ments o f instruction. “ There were 842 of the army, was stripped of his office Commissioners—John McClaran, John
nom inal; 1912 contracts, 26e.
W ool- E astern Oregon, 9(0 16c per the executive com mittee th at it is v ir Alsea hills, 12 miles w est of Monroe, students registered in the regular short by order of President T a ft and will
School Sup't—M. C. Case.
16<ol7c; mohair, tually certain all of the Southern and will soon be in a position to sup courses," he says, “ and a conservative appear before a court-m artial on
sta te s will name commissions and ply lnm ber for the large num ber of estim ate places the num ber th a t a t charges said to em brace conduct pre
9. P. T I M E T A B L E .
C attle — Choice steers, $5.76(o6; make appropriations for the transpor buildings to be erected here this tended the poultry lectures and dem judicial to good order and discipline
onstrations a t 761, m aking a total of
good, $6.60(16.70; good to choice tation of th eir veterans to G ettysburg spring.
1,603 people benefited by the courses. and insubordination.
Sheridan No. 4 .......................... 8:27 a. m.
cows, $4.25<fi 4.60; choice spayed and th eir p articipation in the reunion.
His relief from duty was brought Corvallis No. 2 ...........................4:51 p. m.
Acreara Planted to Logarb«rrias.
heifers, $6.36oi 6.60; good to choice
about in a le tte r to him from the sec
heifers, $5m6.26; choice bulls, $4.25
Falls C ity—C. J. Pugh, of th is city,
retary of w ar which bristled w ith
W ashington, D. C. — To develop has purchased 25 acres of land from
Corvallis No. 1 ...........................8:44 a. m.
di4.60; good, $4(<(4.26; choice calvee,
Albany— Every one o f the 38 road sharp criticism .
Sheridan Nr. 3 ...........................6:00 p. m.
more thoroughly the fertilizer and W illiam Ellis, ea st of town, and will supervisors of Linn county attended a
$7.60<lflM; good. $6.75«l7.
Hog»- Choice light, $6.50nt6.75; potash resources of the United States, plant 10 acres in loganberries this convention of the supervisors in this
Bill Framed for Alaska.
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smooth heavy, $6.76(it6; rough heavy, Secretary Wilson has ordered the es spring and 10 acres a year later. Sev city. The supervisors discussed m eth
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tablishm ent a t Reno, Nevada, of a eral other persons here will plant an ods of road building and exchanged urgent appeal for action in Alaska
Sheep— Choice yearlings. $4.60(it governm ent laboratory, where natural acre or more each in loganberries this ideaa and consulted w ith the County m atters bore fru it in a bill introduced
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4.76; choice killing ewes, $4 a i 4.S6; m aterials supposed to contain potash spring. This territo ry is unexcelled court regarding plans for road wotk by Chairman Flood, of the te rrito rie s
p e r yenr. 1 he Preea ia equipped to do. and
choice lambs, $4.75 ai 5; good to choice will he exam ined w ithout coat. Those for fru it and berries, but no ex ten th is year. County Judge Duncan pre com mittee to create an A laska railroad
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sending samples m ust prepay charges. sive development work has been done. sided a t the convention.
lambs. I4.60A14.76; culls. $3.76«4.
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