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u B. WABD,4iteria4 Proprietor.
Published every Friday at lone,
v Marrow County, Oregon. ,
By the Proclaimer Publishing Co.
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Subscribe for the Proclaimer,
TJiff rtorittlp. fiiii: p drawing mul-itniW-a
mill nil' return to their
lmifs dulighti'd with what they
Ti Elks, in National asarmbly
in Portland, urn bringing ninny
hundred of visitors to tliwt city.
A epuoiiil triiin from the southern
h tale hml many men, nccompani
inl by thnirwivo?,ttinlji:l pronounc
ed the climate here of the (i nest on
rtalurduy the 17th, J T Knappen
berjr, who has what in known a
the Woolery Home Itaiu-h, rented,
brought into lone the. first wheat
of tliirt year' yield. The grain
plump and good, ami considering
the year, the (jiiatility lt large but
just Imw heavy, on the average, ii
id not possible yet lo ray.
Sng man. Wretu labor in
While men are to blame lor
much of the present condition, alto
Are the woman, T,1" artificial lite
of the iity appeal to the vanity of
Qioeiikinr and all the natural
y iiy s of lid- become absorbed and
killed by wrong condition. Not
one day but we read of tlte leaving
of country hitmen lor the hotbed of
"arauaement" ue offered by city life
and the falling by the wayaidt of
iliee poor deluded mortala who
.iave left bappiuee and true home
a-to "hunt" lor. pleasure. The
March i itmny time ended hi the
fivorce court, leaving men and
little ebitdron Ktronded without a
i nm. and the wife and mother de-
rahird and lout to all that ti
S-a no t-iun ago but we renien -rwi'll.
divHico -wai a dii-grace;
the detail) f mtinlur, Htticide and
tir'pv hiitiio cotiditinna werf
rtpoken of with l-tited breath; while
In--every paper in Hie
rairly recking with the reiulU of
iTiniu Hviiif, o giving tbo"law oi
suggeetion" chance to make more
mum of a liko kind. And ,youii(
irli and boye read theno thing!
villi avidity and take in it pontoir
ml. can imvcr be overcome.
U i in bo boned that J J Hill.
it;i hi.- i;u:fiicteriiitic jxiwerof hci-
ing into tin) future, has told a truth
lint he puvh, that people will
Utarvo to a condition of returning
to earth production for bread, for
theji will come a return of happi
ness and health of mind that will
upbuild it people who are fast at
taining a place at the ladder of life
that is not one to be envied
President Taft in making friend?
pf many thinking people, by hi-
Action in regard to the luitr-elec-tion
pledges of the Republican
mrty. If he remain true -to th
stand he has tnkcn andinsiststhat
the tariff lo lowered to a place
where the massim of the people are
benefitted, his glory will remain
thrnout nil tune and' he will be
hunortd hv all comiirb aces of
The wo:nen ituff r:gette of Tendon
it r i ut't I with nicgnpliones, demoral
iurdiuittters the other day and put
Premier Asiiuith to rout. It would
be intt-rpbting tovinit the li'oinfH of
tliisuiiiHH of women and see if their
- iiihm it re f leH, children properly
Cared for, nnd It would be a ques
tion of intcrrrt to know If the
took i n gn worn by t heiesame women
ure not full of holes. The question
"of women stiffevage ia disausting;
as th' the women bavn't all the
rights now that comes to human,1
ft thoy would properly us them.
Where would the men bo without
the women; that Is, in thebr proper
-place; and the in Hue nee that could
lie wielded it greater than Individ
ual effort could ever attain.
J J Hill iaya that t ho reason
wheat Is 11.25 it not owing to Pat
ten but to the fact that peopla ara
huddled in the cities and that 66
per ewiit of tlie pvopl of Amtrter
are expecting the other 35 par ocnt
ta provide tor them; that hangar
will change thle after a time, fore-
' ortlui d is all sgog over tin
iLUMiipt iiiniuriier me otnrr cven-
ug when Itae Ilincket was shot.
I'he particulars as given, are
such at to make a person think
t would have been well if the at
tempt had been successful. If this
affair had taken place some fifty
v far n ago, the woman Brown n
tvell as Bracket and the other
neu who have been running after
ler like the lower brutes of th
annual kingdom after the female
of their class, would have all bet-i
trung to posts at examples .! f
the indignation of the pcopir.
Hut the wive will furpivi
society embrace tbo men: white the
woman will ho alowed to run at
large to still enjoy herbusineBt of
breaking np families. Bah, the
thing it disgraceful. -
Our Usually quiet little city was
to some extent, livened upohSatur
day last when a special pulled in
with a goo.l amount of material
to he used on the Deschutes rail-
rode. There was one coach londeci
ivith laborers and eleven box arr
with all kinds of construct ioi
material, and a car load of mules
Twohy Bros; the contractors, havt
muled the I'eoifie Coast Klevsloi
res SQuisatt m-
1. F. Miner wbose pottoffica ad-
dreta s Chweyij wash comes 19
view.'t office with tho "poor Mau
remedy Jor the squirrel .pest, tfe
waa -interested in feeding Paul
CUeetone's article- on killing
aquirnla, Mil says a remedy milch
mare efteotive may be applied by
any farmer at much lest, expanse
ia called f" " tl0 recilie iven
by Ha,. 01"toiie. Mr. Midi's
formula Is t follows:
Ofte-half f sites tyrap
Dlseelvt the strychnine la ooe
aatt gallM e( tWIinn water.
Great care needs to lie taken in
iKiMilvirtg the cyanide ol pot as
inm, atJby careless bandling the
fumes of the .cyanide of potassium
may spurt into the fuce and put
out the eyes. Mr. Miner's .method
is as follows:
Put into a gallon kettle one
half gallon of vinegar. Urne wi
one-half. the required amount of
cyahidaof potassium, or one ounce,
loil it in the vinegar until it is all
dissolved, tliVn dissolve the other
uuee of cyanide of potaesiutu in
1 similar manner.
Then mix the solution of Btrych
nine and the solution of cyanide
f potnssttini together. ,
put a bushel of wheat in a barrel
or other water-tight tank and pour
tne solution over it. mixing it
thoroughly. Iave the wheat -to
s-tak in the solution for couple of
dayo, then add one-half gallon of
syrup and one dozen of eggs,
mixing all together and stirring
well. Then add a gallon of flour to
the wheat, stirring thoroughly.
This poisoned wheat should be
thoroughly dried, either in an oven
or out in the sun. The grain will
dry more or less in chunks. These
chunks peed lo he broken up into
pieces, take a pair of gloves nud
rub tho cliunks.of wheat between
1 be hands until the chunks of
wheat are aeparatruV Then it Is
reapy for lie. , "
Three buibels of poisoned wheat
prepared in this manner, will kill
all squirrels on an quarternec
tion, even if there are a hundred
thouttudof the little pestsSpokes
man Review. -
9 QnqioyUt Trade Espedalfy SoHdtkd
: : Fates $U00 dnd
$200 th Day :
Special Kates for Room and fioanl by
Clarence M. White ,
LA WYE ft
Heppiier , - Oregon
Co. warehouse, and now have pretty
much everything imaginable, hay
oats aeveral large ranges and a
kindt of cooking utensils, canned
goods, potatoes, cabbage, flour,
tea, coffee, spicee and in fact a bout-
everything one can find in gro
cery store, and lots of Itrv There
are a certain data of people whe
will tay tli?aisa"Harriman bluff",
and If It ia so. It it a bluff of the
very expensive kind. The Editor
ol tho Journal la of the opinion
that the road will be built Gran
Vajley Journal. -
The oombine belonging to R 8
Wilcox has just completed the cut
Of 400 acres on the Hatnblet place
south ot lone. ' The machine aver
aged 40 acres per day and the yield
wail light, averageing a little more
than 9 boabel. Mr Wilcox will now
go ante the Bill Walton plaoe.
P. 0. Balsigeik
DEALER IN CHAMPION
Mowers & Headers
Case steel Hits
lone - Oregon
h M. Christenson
Wheat Lands and Town
Property. I also handk
P. n. Christenson, Propri
etor Swede "Canyon Poul
try Ranch, Lexington, Or.
A. W. lundcll
Voiqe Culture, Singing t
Re We Hickok
Grain Buying a Specialty,
Lands Bought and Sold
v Life Insurance
DR. C. C. CHICK
Physician and Surftcea
SIGHT .CALLS PROMPtLT AT
TENDED Office In the lone fchsrmicy,
The Proclaimer for 1.50 a year.
Will buy In any amount fi
Fat Chickens, Turkeys Dnckq CJ
Veals tad Hides.
0H tM$tm Ml Westcl- '
IV. ?. COCHRAN, ro,
Vill all persont who are endeht
eu to the J 0 Kincaid estate ptcase
call at that store building and
settle with out delay as we are
anxious to wind up the whole
matter at soon bb possible. 4 '
Mr and Mrs F A LuuUell enme
ui) from then home at Arleln.
last week to vinit the boys to hcl
them some during harvest.
Mr and Mrs A Peterson made a
trip to tone Tuesday -for harvest
Mrs A Anderson and soli August
rwade a fanrtnenr trip to lone
Suits cleaned and pressed for tl
eatra nnnta 40e and Indies' skirts
1.50 at the barlwr shop. Ralph
Hymer Prop. Alto get your shoes
Fred Criffin bronrlit hit ball
-nd glove doWn to Voaa' Bmtday
nd he and Hernan played a little
MhwFratisatister of Frank
ind Who is visiting here from Cali
Fridav with Mrs A
Rd M Tobia was entertained at
.e C K Carlton home, Sunday.
"Theilotel It putting up as fine
f.Kl at can be found out aide of
P irtland. If too want a good
dinner, go there ayd get it.
will be pleaaed. '
THE L. P. D.
Where Every one goes,to
have a good time.
HARRY . REED Mgr.
v Look Mere!
A nice fresh line of all the
leading brands of tobaccos both
o smoking and chewing; also a
5 fine line of LUNGHjoods
just arnvedAnV thing from
Sardines to Limberger cheese.
HOT g COLD son Drinks a specially.
' " . AT
FBANK ENGCLMAN, PROP. .
L. C. WARD.
Ward & Vard
lone, , Oregon.
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