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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1916)
SOVfRfIGNTY Of CHINA
FRENCH WIN BAÏÏLE JAPAN NOI SAYS INfRINGLD
BY NfW DEMANDS
IN WESTERN FIELD
O f Ceneral Interest
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORTS;
GENERAL CROP CONDrriONS
HARD WORKING TEAMS
“ Hard Feed” During Busy Sea
Washington, 1). C. — Ambassador
Portland--Wheat— Uluestem, $1.36;
Guthrie, at Toklo, raided the State de
son Is Recommended.
fortyfold. $1.33; club, $1.31; red fife,
$1.30; red Russian, $1.28.
partment Wednesday that the Japanese
Flour — Patents, $6.40; straights,
foreign minister had informed him
$6.806(6.20; exports, $5.80; valley, Horae W ill T h riv e , W o rk Better, and
there was nothing in Japan's demands
Marshfield — Although the transac $6; whole wheat, $6.60;
Rem ain H ealth ier and More E n
u|Min China in connection with the
tion took place May r l, 1916, the sale
during— Soft Qraea Makee A n i
Cheng Chiatun incident that infringed
Millfeed—Spot prices: Bran, $23.50
of the pulp mill and its site in the
mal too M ushy and Flabby.
the sovereignty of China or impaired center of the Coos Bsy Lumber com
the Koot-Takahira agreement.
pany holdings became known only re
(By T. K. 8A W TER .)
Corn—Whole, $42 per ton; cracked,
In making public the report, the de cently. The property was sold to Wil $43.
When a farm horse Is working hard
partment revealed the fact that the liam W. Gurley, of Cook county, Illi
H ay— Producers’ prices: Timothy, It does not pay to let him eat grass
nois, and the deed showed a nominal
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ambassador had E>een instructed to ad price, although the property was worth Eastern Oregon, $16.506(18 per ton; when It Is green. The horse deserves
timothy, valley, $156(16;
alfalfa, and should have a good roll oo grasM
vise the foreign office that the report
oat ! or plowed land each time fhe harness
Kaiser’s Hastily Built Trenches Swept of the demands published in this coun more
The area includes a five-acre tract,
try “ had greatly disturbed the Amer and gives Mr. Gurley a water frontage and vetch, $126(12.50; cheat, $11; Is removed, as that is a luxury and
helpful to the animal.
Away Dig French 75s Prevent ican government, which trusted that on Isthmus inlet of 626 feet.
Hut be will thrive, work better and
it was not true.”
The Smith-Powers railroad runs
Help Reaching Germans.
It is not the mere terms of the Jap along the waterfront, but this la con extras, 29c bid; 30c asked. Jobbing remain healthier and more enduring
anese demands, however, which have sidered an asset to the plant, since it prices: Prints, extras, 32}6(34c; but- If fed “bard feed” during the busy
been well established throughout, so furnishes railroad connection for the terfat, No. 1, 31c; No. 2, 29c, Port season.
The soft, washy, green grass Is pal
as their real purpose, that has mill if it should be made over into a land.
Paris— For the first time In two
atable of course, hut It makes the
! manufacturing plant.
years a battle was waged Wednesday
cence of Mongolian banditry in connec
Since the purchase the machinery in prices, current receipts, 29c per dozen. horse soft and flabby, keeps the bow
on the western front in the open field, tion with a monarchist revolution has,
the pulp mill was sold to a Canadian Jobbing prices: Oregon ranch, candled, els too loose and Is apt to Induce colic.
where strategy, tactics and maneuvers as claimed, produced a condition of
If the horse has no work to do he
paper company, which has a plant at 30@31c; select, 326(S3c.
of troops rather than assaults on outlawry, where Japanese lives are en
go on pasture right along and
trenches, won an advance. This, more dangered, officials are said to be will i Ocean Falls, B. C.. and the steamer 166(18c; turkeys, live, 186(22c; ducks, have little grain, and when his work
Northland is now shipping one cargo
than anything else, serves to show the ing to admit that Japan is as much
Is done In late summer he may enjoy
of the machinery for delivery at that 116(14}c; geese, 9 @ llc .
extent of tfie French gains in the Som justilied in having troops in those sec
Veal— Fancy, 13c per pound.
the fall pasture made green again by
point. No information can be obtained
me offensive and the tremendous ad tions as the United Status is in having
Pork— Fancy, 12i@13c per pound.
rains. The pnsture also Is a good
relative to the uses Mr. Gurley intends
vances they have made.
Vegetables—Artichokes, 75c@ $l per place for the brood mare, as It pro
troops in Mexico.
putting the dismantled mill and its
Between Combles and the Somme
dozen; tomatoes, 306(50c per crate; motes flow of milk.
If, on the other hand, it develops
there is a gap more than four and a that Japan is magnifying a small local ' site.
cabbage, $1.50 per cw t.; peppers, 4@
Severe attacks of colic often are
half miles wide, cut clear through Ger disturbance into an international com
5c per pound; eggplant, 5@ 6c: let caused by allowing the hot tired horse
Right of Way is Given.
man lines of fortifications that wore plication to exact political concessions,
tuce, 20@25c per dozen; cucumbers, to eat grass at the roadside when he
two years in the building, and Wednes the United States is expected to ote
Klamath Falls—The committee con 25@50c per box; celery, 606575c per I has made a long trip to town.
day the French, debouching through ject, holding that the integrity of sisting of Wilson S. Wiley, chairman; dozen; corn, 106(25c per doz.
Tire trouble, too, is prone to come
the gap, defeated the Germans in a China is being invaded.
Potatoes— New, 90c@$1.15 per cw t.; on when horses are suddenly fed new
, Bert E. Withrow and R. E. Bradbury,
series of maneuvers in the open coun
hay or new oats. Both new hay and
having in charge the obtaining of the sweets, 2|@3c per pound.
try and drove them back a distance
Onions — Oregon and Walla Walla, new oats should be fed In small quan
necessary right of way for the pro
varying from nearly three kilometers
tities gradually at first, and along with
posed Robert E. Strahorn railroad $1.50 per sack.
on the north to a little morn than 600
Green Fruits — Apples, new, 75c@ old hay and oats until the horses be
Eastward from this city, report that
meters on the south, making |>oesible
they are meeting with splendid suc $1.40 per box; cantaloupes, 50c@$1.75 come accustomed to the change.
the capture of Bouchavesnes.
Either the new feed Is so palatable
cess. They realize that the citizens of per crate; peaches, 406(65c per box;
The battle was divided into three
London—General Sarrail extended Klamath county are determined to see watermelons, l @ l } c per pound; plums, that the horse eats too much of It. or
parts, and was fought by troops battl his attack on the Macedonian front teams and scrapers at work in this 75c@$l per box; pears, 50c@$1.25;
ing veritably for their homes, for the Wednesday. While the British forces vicinity this fall.
grapes, 90c@$1.50 per crate; casabas,
French soldiers engaged were those continued the battle for the East bank
per pound; blackberries, 75c
The committee reports that every li e
coming from the invaded districts. of the Struma, the French assailed the where the people are showing a keen per crate.
Two nights of unremitting cannonad Teuton line along the Vardar valley, enthusiasm for the enterprise and a
Hops — 1915 crop, nominal; 1916
ing utterly demolished the German where the main allied thrust ¡ b fine public spirit by readily donating contracts, 8c per pound; fuggles, 12c
trenches ami the difference Itetwcen planned.
right of way. They refer as a exam per pound.
the trenches here and those farther
Wool — Eastern Oregon, fine, 2365
North of Majadag, in the Lake Doir- ple to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Gautier,
west was shown by the results of the an region, the allied forces engaged residing a few miles east of thiB city, 26c per pound; coarse, 30@ 32c; val
the Bulgare in a 36-hour battle and who donated right of way across their ley, 30@32c.
The western lines were the finished finally gained the upper
Cascara Bark—Old and new, 4|c per
hand. little ranch of 50 acres and wished
efforts of two years’ labor of the best Trenches on a front of two miles and I they had .more to give.
Cattle—Steers, prime, $6.50657.15;
miltary engineers in the world. The extending to a depth of 800 yards were
good, $66(6.50; common to fair, $5@
Wednesday were wrested from Czar Ferdinand’s troops.
Polk Will Hold Fair.
5.60; cows, choice, $56(5.60; medium
those of an army operating in the field
The British, meanwhile, pushing
which had been allowed a few days' further eastward into Macedonia, won
Dallas—The Polk County fair will to good, $4.506(5; ordinary to fair,
respite to dig itself in.
a stomger hold on the East bank of be held in Ilaflas the latter part of this $46(4.50; heifers, $4@ 5.75; bulls, $3
The difference was such that 30 min the Struma and captured two more vil month.
Much enthusiasm is being @ 4.25; calves, $36*6.
Hogs— Prime, $9.55659.75; good to
utes after the charge sounded the lages.
In this attack the French manifested and all sections are vying
W ell-C ared -For Team .
French carried the whole line of the troops co-operated and the Struma line with each other to make the annual prime mixed, $9.50 @ 9 .6 5 ; rough
German entrenchments from Combles now is firmly in the hands of the allied affair a big success.
There will be heavy, $8.75@ 9.25; pigs and skips, It contains some ferment that sets up
to the river. This was the first part foces.
many more exhibitors, with more di $8.256(8.75.
Sheep— Lambs, $5.50@ 8.25; year Indigestion and formation of gas.
of the battle, and it was followed by
One of the first results of this push versified exhibits.
Water very seldom causes colic. Na
the fight in the open.
eastward has been a menace to the
Special amusement features are be ling wethers, $5.75@ 6.50; old weth ture Intends horses to have all of It
As soon as the trenches were carried Bulgars, who drove toward the Aegean ing planned. In addition to the pres ers, $5.50@ 6; ewes, $email@example.com.
they want, at any and all times, and so
the French guns were lifted, and the coast. The positions the invader holds ence of a carnival company and music
provided It does no harm; we may
76s raised a barrier east of the Feron- must be abandoned without delay if by various musical organizations of
trouble by withholding drlnklng-
ne-Bethune road, preventing the Ger- 1 the British progress continues.
the county, many special events for
! water for long periods of time and
mans bringing up reinforcements, > All the forts at the Greek port of which special prizes have been offered
Picking is in Full Blast then forcing the hot, tired horse to
while the French maneuvered in the Ravala already have been evacuated. will be staged. During one day of the
A more general demand has devel drink too much of It at noon and es
open country. The left wing swept This retreat was due in part to the fair an aeroplane flight will be at
forward from a wood and drove the British threat to the Bulgar flank and tempted.
oped in the hop market and buyers are pecially Just after eating grain.
Allow the work horse adequate sup
Germans from hill 146, while another | in part to the heavy battle of the al-
offering higher prices throughout the plies of cool, pure water often when
regiment cleared Marrieras wood in I lied warships.
Pullets Mature Early.
state of Oregon. Eight cents was be he Is at work and he never will take
front of Bouchavesnes.
Although their fighting on the ex
Cottage Grove—William Hands & ing freely bid on contracts in the Wil too much of It or suffer ill effects from
treme west end of the line is attract Son have some White Leghorn pullets
ing little attention, the Serbian troops that are adding to the reputation of lamette valley, with a substantial drinking. Indeed the water so given
merit careful watching.
The rejuve- Cottage Grove.
McNeff Bros, will be likely to prevent sickness
All of them started premium for fuggles.
nated army is fighting with all the laying at between four and five months have purchased between 500 and 600 and always is appreciated and bene-
| skill and valor which won them ap of age. One bird in particular started
In addition to making changes of
plause in the early days of the war. , laying at the age of four months and bales of fuggles at 12 cents.
Seattle, Wash.— United States Sen They are driving back the Bulgars
In Western Washington the market food gradually It also Is well to very
ator Miles Poindexter, who was elec i steadily, while the Italians are giving 20 days and when six months old had has also become more active. Seven gradually Increase the amount of
laid 38 eggs. Trap nests are used, so
ted as a Republican six years ago and them valuable support.
food. Allow free access to rock salt.
the record is accurate.
The an hundred bales of clusters were bought
who joined the Progressive party four
If an attack of «.»lie comes on, the
cestors of these pullets for 10 years in that section at 8 cents, including following mixture, given as one dose,
years ago, was renominated as the Re
back have been trap-nested, so that a the crops of Frye, Bremer, Cooper and usually will be found effectual:
publican candidate for senator in Tues
1 strong laying strain has been devel-
day’s primary election, defeating Will
Turpentine, one ouhee; fluid extract
E. Humphrey, now representative in
No trading was reported from Yaki of Cannabis Iudlca, one-half ounce;
congress from the First district, by a
raw linseed oil, one pint. Repeat In
Lane Flax to Be Spun.
ma, but the market there was also
plurality of more than 12,000, accord
Paris—Spain muBt decide in favor of
Eugene — Lane county flax will be firm. The first sample of Yakimas half an hour if found necessary.
ing to returns from two-thirds of the one or the other of the groups of bel spun into thread at the Lane County
ligerents, .in the opinion of Antonio Fair, beginning next Wednesday, ac were received by McNeff Bros, and the
Henry McBride, of Seattle, who was Maura, ex-premier and leader of the cording to an announcement made by quality was fully equal to that of the
Dipping the butts of fence posts for
governor of the state from 1901 to Conservative party, according to news the Fair board. An experienced oper
best previous years.
California ad a length of 30 inches In hot coal tar
1906, was nominated as the Republican in dispatches from Madrid quoting an ator of the spinning wheel will have
vices were of the sale of 600 bales of will prove a great saving In fence
candidate for governor with the first address delivered by Senor Maura.
charge of this feature of the exhibit. new Sacramentos at 8 and 8J cents.
and second-choice votes. He received
The address was delivered at Beran- Samples of flax straw and the fiber at
Pickers are busy in all the Oregon
a very large plurality in King county. ga, near Bilboa, at a meeting attended the various stages of development will
hop sections. The favorable change in
McBride was a leader of the Progres by 6000 Mauraistas.
The ex-premier be shown, together with flax from all
the weather enabled the pickers to re
sive party four years ago.
declared, according to dispatches, that parts of the world, so that visitors at
The Democratic vote was small, ow Spain could not abandon her neutrality the fair may compare the Oregon sume operations, and it also held back
ing to lack of contests.
George Tur but, that the conditions of the war product with that of countries where the mold. It is too early for a definite
ner, ex-United States senator, ap made her isolation henceforth impos flax growing is an established industry. estimate as to the size of the Oregon
crop, but many of the dealers believe
pears to have been nominated for sen sible. He is quoted as saying that it
it will run close to 100,000 hales.
Spraying Is as necessary in the gar-
ator over Robert Bridges.
The other was, moreover, essential that France
Grain is Not Damaged.
New York wires estimated the yield | den as In the orchard.
Democratic nominees, there being op and England should not be hostile
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Albany — That despite the recent in that state at 8000 to 10,000 bales,
position to none except Governor Lis towards Spain.
rains, grain in this county is not badly and the quality very fine. Offers up
nn Important part of
ter, and that only nominal, are:
The Madrid dispatches predict that damaged is the opinion of farmers. to 30 cents are being made for states
Governor, Ernest Lister; secreary Senor Maura’s speech will cause a The rainB have colored the oats but the
of state, J . M. Tadlock; treasurer, strong impression throughout the general opinion is that no material in and growers are asking 32 cents.
George J . Galvin; insurnnee commis country, as his prestige was never so jury has been caused thus far.
The ers put the English crop at 300,000 to costs us $20,000,000 a year.
sioner, J . H. Hamer; school superin high as at present. The majority of rain, however, has delayed threshing
tendent, J . H. Morgan; Lieutenant his followers are supposed to be pro- operations and much clear weather is 310,000 hundredweight. The London
Not what we know but what we do
governor, Thomas Lally.
Germnn in their sympathies.
needed to enable the harvesting of the bury, dated August 24:
makes a success of the farm.
grain not yet threshed. It is estimat
‘ ‘The hops have not made so much
Big Brick Building Falls.
Button Famine is Feared.
ed that only about half of the grain progress during the past few weeks,
Toledo, O.— More than 100 persons
New York—Alarmed over the scar has been threshed.
owing to the pronounced drouth. The will pay for Itself In a short time.
narrowly missed death Thursday night city of fresh water clamshells, the
crop will vary in yield according to
when a four-story brick building on Button Manufacturers’ association of
Forest Loss is Slight.
districts, many of the hops being on
Summit street, the city’s main thor America held a special meeting here
Salem—Forest fire losses this year the small side. In the districts where
do for a living.
oughfare, collapsed with but little Wednesday, and decreed that ‘ ‘the bid fair to touch the mark set in 1912, rain has recently fallen the prospects farming Is what • men
warning and tumbled into the street fresh-water clam, the mussel, must be which is a low record. In that year are the best. Vermin has disappeared
and many other
crowded with shoppers and theater preserved. ” Members of the associa the damage amounted to but $460. and mold is not spreading to any ex
goers. The crash was heard several tion said the clam had not been abun There has been but one serious fire tent. It is now expected that the
blocks. Police, three hours later, after dant this year because of the wet sum this season, says State Forester El picking will commence earlier than groups.
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workmen had searched the debris, mer, which rau.nw the streams to wash liott, and that occurred in a Wahing- was anticipated. Trade on the market
rows In the garden
stated that no one was killed and none the mussel from its bed. Prices, they ton county logging camp and was not is quiet, and in the few sales effected
string and two
said, were up 50 to 200 per cent.
strictly a forest fire.
prices are below recent quotations.”
German Lines Pierced and fighting is
forced on Open Ground.
SWEEPING ADVANCE IS MADE
Allies lake Two Miles of Trenches
from Bulgars; Serbs Drive foe Back
Poindexter Wins in Washington
Primary; Other Choices Made
Ex-Premier Says Spain Must
favor One Side in War