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looks ■■ well aa In year words
inure, and I sin dona. l*t tha white nii-u
ba esterinlnsted! I-at them be swept from
uur land at once amt forever!"
Ou th» next day mess, -ngera cum.
from Chopart, tliu commander of the
French fort, to learn what the Natches
had agreed upon. They were Informed
that they had uot yet been aide to agree
upon a place tu which to niuva, aud the
Great Mun asked twu mouths In which tu
prepare, pruliiialng, meantime, to pay a
new tribute uf corn to tlf« French. Thia
message waa conveyed tu Chopart. and
lie agreed to the terms, fondly bellet Ing
that In snuther spring hla people should
allure tha rich land spoils of thia fairest
And now the work went on slowly but
surely. Word waa sent to every tribe,
aud all were solemnly pledged. Th» day
an tiled upon which the fatal blow was
to I m - struck; and that there should be
no mlataka. a bundle of sticks waa pre
pared fur each vlUage, correaponding In
number tu the dsya that must elapse In
for» the death stroke. These build ea
were placed In tln-lr respective temples,
and each day the chief Was tu go In an I
take on» atli-k away. And when they
were all (one on the day that aaw III»
last stick removed lbs avengers were to
KLAMATH COUNTY, OKEHON, AFK1L 23, 1903
«•■net <!)ini«nd admlssluu there, «nd none
RAINS CHECK I -ARM WORK.
shall dare refuse tlu-e. Take thy offer-
Ing of walnut «<»><! six! go. May to the
Winter Wheat Looks Wr]| Frost Nips
guardians thvr», ‘I com» ■a a Hun of th.-
Fruit in California.
Nsti'hes, amt I would pray lo th» Gr< nt
I Hpirlt. Accept uiy off« r ng. and op« n
April 16.—The Weather
to me th» way.’ They will uni dsr» re
Bureau issued the following weekly
nummary of crop conditions:
Aa t’o«|Ualls spoke »be went to th«- tir»
In the districts east of the Rocky
place, eml from the wood there piled up
CUAL LI l>OE POUND.
CHINESE RAIDED BY ROBBERS.
Mountains during the week «■tilling
she «elseted ten »ticks of walnut, from 'omprchcnalve Review of the Import
April 13. the temperature has b< en
wlil<li »he removed the hark. It waa »
■nt Happenings ol the Past Week, highly favorable for growing vegeta ypeclmcns Trom Near Wilhoit Springs
religious law. given by the first Great
Mormon Basin Celestials Were Not lb»
ol Excellent Quality.
Presented In Condensed Form, Moi1 tion. but farm work was very general
Nun, that only walnut woo.| aboitld be
ly retarded by rains in the I.ake re
Victims of Mob Violence.
us»«! for th* aacred fir» of the temple, an«)
l.lkely to Prove Interesting to Our gion. central valley* and Atlantic coast
According to a report brought from
that the bark must be carefully remove.l
United States District Attorney J.
districts, while complaints of lack of the vicinity of Wilhoit Springs.
before it »«« carried in. White lluml
moisture are received from Portion» mile« e-st of Oregon City In the foot H. Hall, of Portland, has been In
took ths wood In hla arm an I went to the
CHAPTER X VI.-(Continued I
Kanaaa hank deposits now amount of the Central and West Gulf states, j hill . of the Cascade Mountains, and in Hake,> cltT
days making In
tempi», am! when lie r«-scb»d th» door. I«»
In the Central and Northern Rocky
And so, fur th. while, that darkest af
deiii»nde«l »«Imlseion as a LMtl» Nun of to $30.000,000. or over $60 for every Mountain districts and on the North Clackamas county that portion of the '’ulrT about an
fliction was forgotten, but after Mltuon a
the Natches. Slid after some questions man, woman and child in the state.
ern Pacific coast the season is county is likely In the near future to pfctrate'1 on a lot of Chinamen engaged
wound had I h -» u properly dreaeed. It came
lie waa admitted. H» csrri»«l his off»« Ing
The Mi-thodlats propose to merge the very backward, and Washington and
back again, and the duel Ix-caiu* only a
to the altar, amt one of the priest» plsc- Methodist Book Concern of New York Oregon have suffered from cold, wet prove one of the greatest wealth-pro ln mln,nK near Mormon Baain
paaslng cloud that waa Boon luat iu the
ttclng sections of the county. F. C. lun,mer- It will be remembered that
e<| soln» «if It Upon the fire.
deeper reuse of grief. The »acltemenl
After White HaUil hml deposited hla cern of Cincinnati and Chicago.
have been generally favorable, with the Barstow, of that place, has a sample a ,ot ot toughs made a raid on the
waa gone, and tha soul remembered now
offering, his next movement waa to atep
of <oal which hr says has been taken Chinese placer mines over there ■■4
tu weep aver th. Io.a of It. loved ones.
Nearly $300 was found in searching exception of some damage by frosts.
towards the back part of the tempi» nn I
The condition of winter wheat Is from a ledge just unearthed on hi» robbed them of all their gold dust
Fur eevrral days Minion I ai I hi I s retualn-
a hovel occupied by Patrick Flynn,
kneel down. Th. warrior prleat whoso
near Belvidere. N. J. He was 62 years generally excellent, and It has made ' laim. which he claims to have been money. Three of the Chinamen were
ed In bla chamber, not allowing hluiaelf
turn It waa now to watch, »tool an I
old and a hermit. He was found dead. month, in the Upper Ohio Valley, ,«M».1.>K 'or ior ine pa« IZ montns
al all, sara lo Peter, who waited upon
ljadly injured and several house«
gased upon the youth for awhll». and
The »ample that he «bowed wag al Kurnerf
him; and when he Iwcani«- able tu go uiit,
Fire which started in the Capital however, the freeze of the 4th and Sth most pure carbon, and was a» fine a
then turned his attention to hi« fire, Mt ill
he seemed to take especial pstn, not to
kneeling. White Hand l«»>ke«! al»-ut him. Hotel at West End, a summer reaort caused some injury. On the whole epecimen of the “black diamond“’ as
It wa» not a mob but a raid of a lot
Ira seen by th. uncle aud hla guest. At
an«l close to him. against the wall, ho near New Orleans. La., destroyed that the conditions of the crop in the winter
might I-» eipeetvd he chi-rlehed a bitter
building and a number of business wheat belt east of the Rockies is more can be found anywhere between the of thieve» and robber«, who, the better
From the shores of the Meilciip gulf
hatred towards Goupart, but yet he tied
two ocean«. A^or’1'-^
'» Intimidate their victims, burned
of the wat« hers slept, an«! ouly one «as houses. Th.- I ohh to |7.r> 000.
promising than for years. In Califor vein is from six to ten feet thick anc .
a deep conaolatlou lu the reiuumbraiK'. of to th« Yssoo, and from th» waters of the
Hlowly the youth worked bis
thelr horne8 an<1 assaulted th« in
from a blast at a cutting in
the heart blow be had luflleted upon tha Tumi«»« I h -» to the Nablue, every warrior
way to the »all. «till on hie knees Th. a Bronx. New York City, street, broke In Oregon and Washington the condi manent.
youth He knew Goupart'a aeualllre na was armed for the occasion, ami eagerly
atli'ka hung lo«a«ely in th» thongs; ti. many windows, wrecked a house, in tions of the crop are less favorable,
It has long been known that there
The Chinese government it is un-
ture. and he knew bow deep and abid waiting the coining uf the fatal moment.
especially in the last named state,
coulii r»a< h th—«11 where he was. He
ing were bla affeetloua. and know mg this, ; The white« were watched at »very step, his eyea towards the wati her. ami flat jured a baby and scared a woman near where about one-third of the acreage ne fine prospects for coal in that ser (lerstood. has made a claim against
t on. and many samples of coal picke«
he knew how keen inu.t be the anguish amt each red man bad hla victim marks I
will be resown.
Uncle Sam for $100.006 damages and
Individual waa poking up the tire. Quick
Hlowly, utie by uue, aa each succeeding
of th. disappointed lover.
Two Hungarians were killed and two
Spring wheat seeding is nearly com
ly the youth raised hla baud an«l «ouute«l
ted, but it is-Bald that this is the firs’ it is for the purpose of looking up the
And during all thia time Goupart kt. SUU rolled over, those fatal »ticks Were
out »even sticks Ilia heart beat quick, Injure-'! at Pittsburg In a belated ex pleted in Iowa and Nebraska, and is find of any consequence, and it is now facts ln the case that Mr. Hall has
I tenia waa much aluue, wandering about removed, and Chopart only «sited pa
progressing well in South Dakota;
but he thought of hie father, am! I* «
believed that claims that have not been sent there.
in tha wo.els Of course be bad glv<u tiently for his rich price.
nerves war* strong. Hllcntly he willul.ew Washington tunnel of the West Lib none has > et been sown in North Da been file! on in that vicinity will soon
Ou» <>f th» wives of the Great Nun was
up the Idea of gulng fur Ixiulae
erty Traction Company.
kola and in Northern Minnesota, but .
th«- fatal time tellers, aud hid them be-
b* taken up.
called "Bras Pique," or Pricked Arm.
waa married tu 14>l»ola. then the • oinpan
ton of salmon found .
hln«l him. The watcher still worked up
The Washington theater at Rome, N in Southern Minnesota some has been
As the new electric railroad, for
lonahlp b. would neeraasrily hare wl b
on tin- tire
With ■ quick movement. V . was destroyed by fir* The loss is sown on rolling lands. By the close of which C. D. Latourette recently se
her umler ouch drvuuisiaiK-ea cuiilii only hail marked upon her srina.
White Ilan I p!a«-e«l the ends of the all ks between $125 060 and $150.000. about March, which was a very mild month, tired a franchise, is supposed to run Was Caught Out of Season and All Packed
make him more nilaerahle, and. perhaps, Arm loved ths French, and she failed not
In his l-oeotn. ami forced them down with haif covered by insurance. A score all fruits were unusually far advanced. '' lo the vicinity of Wilhoit Springs, it '
to serve them on every <»-<-ssloo when
add naw pangs to har grief
in the clothing until they lay along his of i>e-ople were Injured when the walls The reports now indicate that many s believed that this find will be an in
At th. end of eight days Minion set out «ha could. Nhe «aw these aecret nia t
varieties of fruit have suffered severe
I of the- theater fell.
Water Bailiffs Smith and Jones and
en‘lre to hurrlr up the buildlng of thi
on hla return tu New Orleans
He did Ings of the warriors, and bar auspicious ■Id», reaching from th* arm pit •« lb'’
knee Then be «rose, and having wall.» I
An anonymous letter, threatening to
Deputy Warden Webster were looking
not see Nt Itenla. fur the yuuth had pur were arouM-«l Nhe knew of the demand
■ bout a few momenta with as careless an burn the- town"by fire and dynamite,"! peach.
that had been made for ilia village of the
posely wlthlrawu himself.
In California, while some damage
for poachers near the mouth of the
air aa he could aaaume. he left the tem unless $2500 is left at a designated
"Yon will bring my child bunieT’ as id Whit» Apple, and she knew that these
has been done by frost, the outlook
Settler, for Wallow. County
when they ran’to to as flnZ
meetings uf the eonncll were touching
th. old man. In ■ hrukoO. forced tone
_ a iot of 8a|
is favorable; on the North Pacific
party of ____
Coast the season is so backward that 160 men
"Of course I shall, and 1 trust )UU will that matter. Nhe noticed the fierce luo a
,n lce a® tneir
of the men. their angry gestures, ant Ntimg Herpent came Iu. as »•« bis wont teveral Incendiary Arcs there lately. fruit has not been exposed to injury. I i , few days ago from Hinton. W. Va.
receive her kludly.”
ai 8een for many a long day.
"Kindly? Alaa, poor l.ouiee! HI» will their vengeful glances towards the
Four structures in the business part
rnd will locate. Many will go to El- More than 2200 pounds were taken
French fort, end »he feared that some for some lime In silence, he looked up. uf Wilmington. Mass were burned
have need enough of kinduesa."
tin and perhaps to Wallowa county from the pack and shiDDed
TWO KILLED BY TORNADO.
_ -------- w kuil’
"What mean you nuw, slrT* uttered calamity was to befall her white frl- n a
• here rlready many from their state ’ ■ and.
entailing a loss of $20,000.
they were placed in cold
Prhked Arm made up her inlu-1 to sate nanc» wore a sail, uueety expresaion.
ire already located. They are all in
Storm Swops Over Remote Part of Ala r-arch of Government land that can
"Nothing nothing," groaned the mar th» French if possible, not only at
bama With Deadly Effect.
After leaving this big find of sal
Nat-hex. but at all ulber points; and to French a very forbearlug ..... pie io their | F. Balknap was burled with I military
quis. coverliig bl« face with bla hand«
"Only let me are her ou< • mure
I ou this end she must not only put Chopart
the men proceeded up the river
The youth imaglu*d he saw the ohl
Treat tor Muele Lover«.
on hla guard, but aha must cause the
will I m > kind tu her. Minion F’
Brigadier General Frank D. Baldwin cial to the Age-Herald from Evergreen
to look for a location for a fishway.
The students and citizens of Eu, I On their way they broke their oars
"Of courao I shall lie. Ilow could I lo Natckea to give ■ premature alarm, ami «hief’a drift, and after a moment'» has tak<-n charge of the Department Ala., says:
thus the whiles la other sections would thought, he replied!
>f the Colorado, succeeding General
News has just reached here by tele-1 :ene are anticipating a great musical | _------- .
“Not umler wrong, my father '
.-cat when the State Oratorio Society 3,1,1 were forced to beat ashore, and
The old man gased up Into hla nephew's take warning, for ah» dared not attempt
"I thought not. But suppose another
<*nders its programme in Villard almost under their eyes they discov-
face, but he made no reply; an I wh-n. a to convey Intelligence to «Aber stall ina
Governor Peabody, of Colorado, has of life and property in the neighbor
few momenta later, that nephew bad tak for fear of being detected by her own people should come Upon their soil, »elxe •r<!«-r«-il tli- tiicnib- ts of the Denvei hood of Peterman and Burnt Corn Hall, May 12, 13 and 14.
ered 20 fine steelheads, which they ap
en hla departure, be bowed lite head and people Iler flrat movement «aa to iifaks
Fire and Police Board to answer wrought by the tornado which passed
her way to the temple, but she could n--t '
Financial Condition Good.
It has long been known that salmon-
harge-s of malfeasance and mlsfeas near there yesterday. Ten persons are
gain access there, no woman ever Itelng
The semi annual financial report or fishing out of season was being indul-
ince in offlee In permitting gambling. known to have been killed, numerout
allowed within the aacred building. Two
barns and residences and outhouser Columbia county officers for the six ged ln in the Clackamas, but that it
While the things Juat narrated were
The trial of Dr. Joseph Alexander were swept away, entailing a lost- months ending ----------
nights In auc«e»a!on ah» altul’ el al-out off," answered rhe youth, quickly.
-- wa8 being carried on on such a large
tran«plriug al th-* chateau, and at th«- dis
of Indianapolis, on the charge of which will reach high in the thousands, i ompleted and it shows » total in at Ecale wag not dreaine(1 of and 8trenu.
the place, but th» warriors within, who
tant metropolis, how fared White Hand
;rave robbing has
been Indefinitely On account of the bad condition of the if the funds of nearly $40.000.
wat< had the holy Are, were too vlgl ant
$40.006. The 0U8 gteps will be taken to atop it
and hla dusky princeM?
„ postponed, because the Negroes un wires communication is difficult.
for her In this extremity ahe thought of
resources _ of
_ _ ______
. are $43.
Gradually While Hand la-cam«- used to
"And put all to death they could find?' ler Indictment have refused to testi
White Hand, and late one night she went
th» primitive fsshlotis of the Nst-bea.
"No, my father-only such ■■ h«-l«l out fy against him.
to him and called him out.
child were riding along a road and 11328.06. the latter consisting of war- T«ke« Place Io The Dalle« LaM Office.
and though ha bad many hours of sorrow
"While Hand." aha said, wh n they had in resistance."
mi ,- p-«-
A tornado In the vicinity of Bloc were opposite a clump of trees when ants on the general and road funds
and grief, yet b» showed ouly content
"But hare not the French put wb 1«
r»a< had the very tree umler which the
’on. Ala., wrecked several houses and the storm overtook them. A heavy «hat have not been presented for pay- fngton n Jv8 ¡/' ,sborn-
to th» warriors. But to bla wife he »«•
great village» lo the sword, as they call
lid considerable datnagt* to farming tree that was uprooted by the wind fell ment. There is no such a procedure vears Ù ' ■”'• who ’°r the past
not so reserved of hie true feelings Nhe Great Nun had once l-efore spoken with It. and murdered all?"
across the wagon, crushing all of the to that county of indorsing warrants j r
the youth, "bars you the courage of a
property. The towns of Coleanor and occupants
sympathised with hlin In bla sadness, slid
to death. Several residenc "not
®, has arrived at Th»
With a shudder, the youth «n»wer<-d in
paid for want of funds. *•
Garney also Buffered. No fatalities
■he even went so far aa to assure h io
to assume his position in the local
Ntong Serpent gasr<! were reported.
■*s were demolished, the timber falling
"I have th» courage
that If tbs honorable opportunity ever
sharply Into While Hand's fa«-», but he
on the occupants, killing or injuring
Examined Salem Bar.
offer«-! Itself for hla escape to lit« own plied. In astoniahment.
John Sherman, a guard on the Chi ill within the buildings.
no mark of suspb ion there He
David B. Ogden, of Portland, an en-
Lumber Dropped Into Eay.
p«-opla, she shouht not oppose hie w tabes
,-ago Elevated railway, was probably
"If It may I* kept with honor."
Karly <>■» morning. the Great Nun re
°L ^lle dock of the Truckee
(«tally hurt an«l many passengers fore a correct list of the casualties rineer of the Government River and «
"The oath which I require may, but I ■ n«l then he arose ami left.
ceived an Invitation to visit the sell!«-
"What doea he mean?" asked t'oqualla. were shaken up and badly frightened can be obtained, as there is neither Harbor Department, was in Salem and sonviHe
ntent of the whit» men. an«! taking with
when the second car of a west bound telegraph nor railroad connection. The made soundings in the Willamette and 60.600 feet of Pressed ^umbOll8P**<,
after her father had gone.
him an escort of hla trusty warriors, he will hold you. Know. then, that there
"I do not know, unleaa he desires to
set out. It waa past noon when he re Is a plot on foot for the massacre—for know how much consistency my ptopla
Peterman is in River near Salem to ascertain what !nt0 ttle b»y with It. A ganr
The Mexican Ambassador has in almost impassable.
turned, and bla brow was clouded, and the entire extermination of every white have," return«-«! White Hand.
Monroe county, and is not within 25 -hanges have taken place in the chan- [^r p 1 to work and saved the lum-
Ida stout frsm» shaken by a powerful
miles of a railroad or telegraph sta uel. He also made such investigations
"I fear our warrior* meditate some re
amotion. Hla flrst movement waa to aend Ami mark me thia plot la deep and well venge upon the whites. But you nee«! tickets are being sold in this country tlon.
■s will tee of use to his office in case
for White Hand. The youth w»nt. and founded, am! It inor«-« on to Its consum not fear, dearest one, for no barm shall
t should be necessary to build a re-
Grouse Mountain Mine Reanmes.
San Luis. Mex.. where the Ambassa
found th» Great Hua sl«>n» with Ntung mation as surely as th» now absent sun come to you."
come over the telephone lines which vetment in order to keep the river In , The Grouse Mountain Gold Mini«,
dor says there is no lottery.'
mom on towards the morning."
& Milling Company will resume ope*
are several miles from the path of the its channel.
"All every one?” uttered White Hand.
John H. Wisker. the engineer on storm.
. tions at once. The superintendent
"Whit* Hand," he «aid, overcoming nil
the New York Central Railroad,
outward signa of bls deep emotl -na, "you
Had Good-- Run.
men ^Thi? Bohemla with * force of
"Yea Every trllie has the algnal. and
whose train caused the fatal acci
men. This company owns valuahl«
must feat an«l pray. Tb<* hour la dark,
WIND S L'CKED CREEK DRY.
the one fatal day Is set. It la to be on whisper the terrible thing he knew—not lent in the Park Avenue tunnel. New
The four-stamp mill recently install Property on Grouse Mountain which
and aril comas upon ua Th» white man a
the «lay when our people pay their tribute
iolos the Noonday and Knott mine«,
heart la bard, and bla soul 1« base Y--u
of corn. Every whit» man la marked. swuru that he would not.
His lawyers will Freak ot Tornado That Visited Illinois
w?iieite,l.8lon oi ^e Champion.
remember your pledge. Will you pray 'f
(To b» continued.l
an«l unless something l>e done to thwart
Score ot People Injured.
try to show that the directors should
“I will,” anisrml Whit» llaud. And
the rm! men. the terrible blow must fall."
have been indicted.
iiow to Tell the Time.
be was then dismiss»,!.
Txmie claapod his hands, for
csults. The Kremer & Palmer is one mapped out. This company is held as
I‘e<»ple who like to bother over Jug
As soon as th» youth waa gon», the
A grain elevator in Chicago. owned death, a fatal injury and a score ot | if
thoughts w»re of hla father and of
the richest and most promising a cIo<i« corporation and
Great Hun atart«*d up from hie aeat end
gling letters and figures will find some by the latke Shore A Michigan South more of injuries resulted from a lor
slater an«! of hla friend Nt. Denin.
leaped down Hla brow grew dark again,
“Gan I her« b» no atop to thia?" be thing for the exercise of their Ingenui ern Railway, and used by Churchill nado that swept I-ogan, Dewett L_. ’other of the properties of this
■ ml hla hands were clem hed.
To Platt Counties this afternoon. The fa
ty In three «-onundniuai resurrected by 4 Co grain merchants, burned.
Bond Proposals Carried.
"Ntung Berpent,” he said, "go sml sum
tal loss, $260.066. Fifteen men were tality occurred on the Halsadarser zone that has arisen from a mere pros-
"Yre 4f you hav» courage."
At a special election held in Baker
mon your council st once. Nummon only
employed in the structure, but all es settlement, a
farming < communitv
_________ . 11 «’«'* »<> a paying mine within the
City to vote on a proposition to Issue
“Then put m» to It."
the wise men au<l A>» tried warriors, for
caped. The elevator contained near three miles from Atwood. Platt Coun 1 course of a few months.
bonds for the purpose of constructing
"Listen. I can warn the people • t considered new.
we want no women nor children now. Bld
ly 150,000 bushels of grain.
ty. The home of Clifford Halsadarse*
If a father gave nineteen cents to one
Natches, hut that will nut aav» the uth
a sewer system and erecting a City
them atteml me hers."
The democrats of the First Oregon
Hall, the City nah bonds carried by a
Ntung Herpeut asked no questions, but m. In the temple there la a bundle uf of hla sons and six cwnta to the other,
llstrict have nominated A. E. Reams Halsadarser's infant son was found
Three inches of snow fell over most vote of four to one, and the newer
with quick movemrnta, he called up the cypres« (ticks. They are hung by two what time would It l>e?
week, causing bonds live to one. Both improvementa
men who were At for deep counsel, ■ nd thongs uf Iwarskln back of th» altar. In
Why. a quarter to two, of course.
stood. His wife was hurled aerosi of Grant county last
»«•on they wer» all collect«*«! In the plme that bundle there are aa many sticks na
A colored porter on an Erie Pul) the street and fatally injured.
onsiderable alarm to the scores of will be started at once.
If a postmaster went to a ineungcris
of council. They knew that something then- are days l»tw«-n now anil the fatal ■ nd was entx-n by one of ths wild man was found to have the smallpox
Mrs. J. B. Martin's home was de stockmen who had just turned out on
Important had hap|H>ned, for never «rre blow; could we reinov» seven of thus»
The car was quarantined.
".t.n0.?<il.“"rtJ8eVCral gue8ts were pa,n |the range. Skits of February have been
they thna called together s*v» on UCcs- sticks, the Natches would make a prema
ture attack. The people at the fort would
alona of emergency.
Deer Creek, tn
If a gm-wt at a restaurant order«! a llscovered just south of Wilkesbarre. where the storm first struck, war ous scant falls of snow being inter
Wheat— Walin Walla, 70(872c; biue-
"Warriors of the Natches. Helen!" com I m - prepared. In other places dowu th»
mingled with chill weather, the com atein, 76c; valley, 75@78c.
menced the Great Hun, apenklng calmly river, am! on the great salt Ink», the red lolmter nnd at«* It. and another gu«*st did
swept dry of water. Reports from
anil slowly, but with fearful emphasis. men will mistrust nothing, and while they the aame, what would be the aecoud
Burley—Feed, $21.60 per ton; brew
■onl. It Is estimated there are 300. this district state that three houses stock. Ranchers now are very anx-
"You know how th» while men have wait eagerly for th» panning of the next guest'» telephone number?
100 000 tons in this tract, which Is were destioyed and a number of peo 'ous for things to moderate.
abused ua how they have trampled upon seven dnyn. the nlnrm can be append. Do
Absurdly simple. 8-1-2.
>wne<i by the Delaware. Lackawanna ple more or less injured. Supervisor
ua, and how they have proveil recreant you unilerntnnd?"
Flour—Beet grade, I3.P594.25; grah
4 Western and Lehigh * Wilkesbar Schanaeur's handsome residence was
"Perfectly," return»«! White Hand.
to »vary trust wo have reposed in them,
Iler Fingers Caine In Too l,ate.
Fears for Clackamas County Fruit.
destroyed. The family of several
"And will you do It?"
But you do not yet know the moat wl< k-
Oliver Weuilell Holmes enjoyed noth
children and a number of visitors. 16
Milletuffs — Bran, $19 per ton;
The heavy hail storm of last week
Mandhlakie Dube, eon of a Natal,
"I will try, even to the death."
ed thing of all. Tlie white chief has de-
ing so lunch aa a clever retort, even If
in all. sought safety in the cellar, and
damage to fruit in middlings, $ 24; shorts, $19.509 20,
“Good. But let It be soon.”
_ _ l-eautlful village of tbs
the house was torn from over them.
It hapiN-ixsl to t>e at bls own expense.
By different paths the two returned to
cnllwl from his studies in this country
Whit« Apple! ! Ay— _ ho —
The homes of Samuel V. Baldwin '.ifferent sections of Clackamas coun-
One day, at an entertainment, he win
Oats—No. 1 white, $1.15 9 1-20;
chief In the big village away towards tha
to assume the chieftaincy,
Hia fath and Gns
Rented near the refreshment table, and
■alt water has demanded It. I told him own dwelling, while the youth spout some
Mrs. Baldwin and two farm hands in full bloom, and the entire blossom gray, $1.12Sh91.15 per cental.
he could not mean It, but he only laugh time In wnlking thoughtfully nbout th» observed n little girl looking with long
Hay — Timothy, |13(<J13.50; clover,
Immigration authorities at Winn! took refuge in a smokehouse in which being knocked off the trees. The
ed at tne. I told hitn we had lived here great square. When he at length entered ing eyes at the good things. With hl«
they were hurled several
hundred weather of the whole week has been $10(^11; cheat, $11913 pe? ton.
Invariable fondness for children, he
In pears aver sine» we aettle-l upon tho
immoderately cold, and it is believed
military for tents to house new set foot and painfully injured.
Potatoes— Beet Burbanks, 50c per
banka of the mighty river that our tem ■sleep, but he did not Join her. He spent said, kindly:
that the fruit crop is baaly damaged, tack; ordinary, 259 40c per cental,
pi« wan here, ami that here, In Hie quiet
"Are you hungry, little girl?"
if not entirely killed.
Ten skeletons in receptacles of flat
Asks Germany to Fxplaln.
vnls, we hail laid away the bodies of our place, and bls face betrayed the deep anx
growers’ prices; Merced sweets, $39
"Yes. Mr,” was tlu* reply.
«tones, uncovered on a farm east ot
Washington. April 16.—The State
depart«! friends. An«! even at thia lie iety that moved within him.
3.50 per ceutal.
Hopkinsville. Ky.. »re pronounced by Department has asked the German
Wife Harderer Suicides.
scoffed, and awure be would possess our ntnrke«! the »tern, nngry looks of the
Poultry— Chickens, mixed, 11912c;
Professor Morehead, of Phillips Acad
stout warriors, ami he ha<! noticed their wich r
de Falco, the Italian convict young, 13914c; hens, 12c; turkeys,
"BecttuM I haven’t any fork."
omy. those of a race of prehistoric
Aa the Great Nun aat down, a low mur frequent counelln, but lie did not dream
facta connected with the deportation | who was serving a life sentence at the live, 16@17c; dreeeed, 20922c; ducks,
“Fingers were made liefore forks,’’ mound-builders.
mur ran around the room, and angry ges that such a dreadful plan had occupied
— • , * ■ ” —
, n the island - Ruk
,hX ,8,?,n<’ renltentinry for killing his wife In $797.50 per dosen; geese, $696.50.
tures marked the movements of the dark
another of the Caroline *
Cheese—Full cream, twins, 16^9
of ' ortland on February 26 through Jeal-
warriors. Ntung Ht-rpent started to hia
feet, and in a moment all was aili-nt. The
replied, to hla delight:
the American Mlsionary e«tabllshment ctisy. ended his existence at the prison 17c; Young America, 13 9 13)qc;
Fireman Bogue, of the pony en there The mutter was brought to the by cutting his throat and severing his factory prices, 19 l)<c lose.
towering chieftain gaged around with a parent. Illa father wnn In danger—all
"Not my fingers."
-Ine was killed, three trainmen were attention of the State Department for- windpipe with an instrument known
floshlng eye, and when he spoke ilia volca hie countrymen were In danger Titus h-«
Butter — Fancy creamery,
wan walking up and down the apartment,
mjured nn.l several passengers more mally »»y
was Ilk» low thunder.
by Rev. Dr. Judson Smith, sec- ___________
ns a cell knife, with a biade about one- ponnd; extras, ilc; dairy, 20922>»c;
"But. mamma," said the beautiful or 1 cm hurt.
"I«et the souls of the Nat<-hez be firin
retary of the American Board of Mis- Inch
"Whits Hand,” she «(tld, sitting Up In South American heiress, "do you be
now, and let the hearts of her warriors
The falHowork of the Panhandle slons.
he strong!" were hla first words. "The the bail, "why walk you thus whan tha lieve I will have any trouble In Itelng bridge, near Pittsburg, which is be
Eggs— 15S916 Wc per dosen.
May Make 100,000 Idle.
Pooling Burning Mine.
white man came to ua, and we gave him night la waning?"
Hops—Choice, 16920c per pound.
society In tlie United ing rebuilt, caught fire and was part
"I waa thinking of my home, Uoqnalia."
a home. He asked ua for land, «nd out
Sydney. N. S. W.. April 15.— a meeting to be held tomorrow depends
Wool—Valley, 12.t«915c; Eastern
The prlncaaa arose and approached h«-r States?"
of our abundance we gave him mm h lie
"I don’t ace why," answered her
Whittaker Wright claims to be a Through a sluice cut through a dam the question of a strike which may In Oregon, «914He; mohair, 35936c.
askeil tie for friendship, ami wfl gave him husband.
opening into the old workings, water volve 100,000 workmen on the Great
Beef — Groaa, cows, 3)<94c par
“Anil thou art and,” aha murmured, mother. "You have plenty of money • Itlxen of the United States, and says is now pouring Into the burning col Lakes. An ultimatum on wages Is to
our whole hearts. But how hna he rt-pabl
pound; steers, 41^95c; dreaasd, 7M«-
and yon enn make the best nf them that the Commissioner who heard his
ua for all our kindness? Where now Is looking up into hla face.
liery No. 1 of the Dominion Coal Com be presented by the package freight
"Yes. <’«>qual!a-4ery sad. I would go look like small change when It conics •asc la without Jurisdiction.
our peace? The white man cal s the
pany, at the rate of nearly .1.500.060 handlers at Chicago to the managers
Mutton — GroM, 797M« P«r ponnd;
Indian a secret foe. Why 1» it ao? B
Into llto temple »nd prny.”
to being n daughter of the revolution."
Bruce Marcum, a Jackson, Ky.. | gallons an hour. The mine is flooded of the lake lines and labor contractors
"Then why g<> you not In?"
causa the pale faces are not to be truat.
Knllnwlsa ths Honte.
I^mbe — Groat, 4c par ponnd;
ed; because they apeak fair when they
"Because I cannot gain admltlapce
The demand I?
Hammactorre Yes. I always take a the vagrancy law. been sold Into ser- i are four more levels to be flooded be the Chicago riven
cheat ua. Look around; look to your there. I am not a warrior, and none but
vltude for six months. Marcum is so i fore the Are is reached.
Thia will backed by the International Long Ireesed, 7)ko.
short walk after the show.
homes, to your aacred temple, nnd to th«* warriors are adinltteil there."
Hogs— Gross, 797)<c par pound;
averse to work that the highest bid require
an estimated 450,000,000 gal shoremen’s. Marine and Transport
Mr. Knowakt To the uext townT—
"But thou art by marriage a Idttle
graves of your ancestor«. Will you give
'r«Mund ,89 8 Ke.
1 lons of water.
*11 UP? 1 can read your answers iu yuux Nun of tha Natches, ami aa such, thou Baltimore A ms. lean.
1 Tilt of the Early Settlers
EVENTS OF THE DAV
HAPPENINGS HERE IN OREGON