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Toilers of the Columbia
FALIX, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON,
' dress«»! very plainly but neatly, and
carried her 1»ft arm in a »trip "I whits
■ilk which pended from her neck. Tbs
•oldu-rs flocked snout her and were
profuse with congratulations.
** Esouse me, there la Bankala, our
brave little heroine!'* said < aptsin
Hudlong and left II ar.« I and rushed to
grasp the hand of tin- orphan.
The men broke away at the ap
proach of the commander. Captain
Hud long was full of praise lor the girl,
inquired about her wounds»! aim and
«■a very attentivr.
"May 1 have the nest wal'r. alter
this one—pardon me Mr. I<apharn!"
said the captain turning to Hsnkala's A Resume of the Lass Important but
»•cort after making the reqinet of h«r.
Not Lass Interesting Events
“Dau doesn't walla," replied Hat»-
of the Paet Week.
“Then may I have thia on»—I will
be careful with the arm? * said die
captain for the mtlaic was Just »art:ng
The bandit ftatauii i» »gain active.
up and the dancers were ta-ginnlng.
A number »f Alaskan bill» will come
“Certainly," replied tiankata as Ilan
up in the M-nate eurm.
melded his approval.
When the waits was over Captain
Carnegie lias given Bo»ton $540,000
Budlong earorted Htnkala to a seat for an industrial aehool.
near Hand i*ea«l«>g. Hankala spoke to
Both armies in Manchuria are seri
Hasel but the latter took no notice ot
ously hani|M-r«d by eold weath'-r.
Captain Hudlong raw it but
thought Hasel did not hear Sankata
New York ia inquiring into the mat
ter of buil'ling a city light plant.
“1 have just had a alea dai ce with
Kuropatkin, when he receivea more
our little heroine," remai koi the cap troupe, may try to relieve i'«>rt Arthur.
lain. “Don t you think she is pretly
Traffic has been considerably delayed
“She is only one of our employes in Houth Dakota and Nebraeka by
and 1 do not rrs-ognine her as a social •now.
equal," replied Hard with all tin- S.-a-
Hto-ssel has again b«*en wounded,
dog Venom expressed In her voice «nd this time by a rifle bullet, but not seri
Captain Budtong looked sharply at
Fire destroyed property at the Silver
his companion. His first lieutenant
relieved Hankala's embara—inent by Iztke mine, Hl I verton, Col., valued at
leading her to another poition of the
room. Dan Iapham was engaging a
The rernaina of Kruger have been
number of fishermen at another |>or- lat«l in tiie tomb at Pretoria with im
tlon of the house by telling them of posing ceremonies.
the result of the peace commission's
Th«* crown prince of Denmark, who
The dance continued until nearly is very anxious to meet Miss Roosevelt,
midnight without farther incident whan is looking for a wife.
a meaarnger rusboi in, almost out of
An American captain just home from
breath, ami announc«d that Old bea- the Orient says he saw General Kuroki
dog was 'lying.
The general was re-
“Ringwol l, too, has collapsed • nd |x>rt«*'l kilhd early in October.
ia at the hous»* of Headog,'' said the
A Japanese erntaer is re|>urte*l ashore
l>earrr ot laid news.
I in*Yungching l«y.
Captain Hudlong hurried away with
Hasel and I tan and Sankata follow« d.
The Oregon land Iraud case has been
F ,x»<t|H.n<d until April.
(To bff continue«!)
NEWS OF THE WEEK
DECEMBER 22, HMM
DOINGS IN CONGRESS.
Monday. D»c«mb»r 12.
The senate colnmittea on privileges
and electi«jns has taken up the Hmoot
By PilUL DB LBNBY
case. Three witnesses were examined
Suttfur ut "Ltri ut tttu ttuaurt,” “Orata* glAefeAea.*'
and several new points brought out.
• »it uthur Pacltta Oaaut »tor/ee
Henator Htewait has Introduced a bill
DEVELOPMENT OF LINN.
TO DEAL IN FINE HORSES.
to raise the salary ol the president to
a year, of tha vice preaident Object of Club That Has Organized
New Industry Opened in Pendleton by
•nd »peaker of the house to $20,000 >
Recontly at Albany.
Former Eugene Man.
each, and each »enstor, representative ;
Pendleton —A. C. Ruby, formerly of
and delegale to $10,000. It is provided ! Albany—Tom Richardson, of the
that the bill »bail take affect March 4, : Portland Commercial Club, deliver'-«! Eugene, Oie , has purchased the Ore-
an Interesting and Instructive address son feed yard of thia city, and pro-
to maintain a distributing depot
The house piss «1 a bill to give the before Albany's business men in the
i for Imported horses. He has at his es-
agricultural depirtment control over Grand Opera bouse. Mr. Richardson
carrying ths command of Captain Bud-
displayed a thorough knowledge of tabllshment 27 horses and six jack
methods of municipal and state devel asses The horses are PercheroDe.
Tlie rtael: finally came. Tha boats long hail kept up a constant patrul of
ths river day and night ami no at
opment, and gave a lucid explanation I1 rench draft, Belgian shire and coach
tarns together Ilk« *r many Iratterlng
tempt had lawn ins*Is on ths part of
of the essentials of success in a com | italllona. Every horse was selected by
Curse« aruae loud
mercial organisation, ami the address mm in Europe and shipped to this
Tuesday, December 13.
Tha Ixrata aurgtxl back ■ba south»ulrrs to renew hostllitis*.
(country from Germany and France
was productive of results.
!■ fact committee» bid lawn ap-
The house pawed a leeolution Im-
and forth like living animals. Tha
At the close of bls talk Mr. Richard | The aukmais are of the gentlest dispo
<rlm dark forma of tha fishermen |H>lnlsd consisting nt fir her men from
peaching Judge Hsayne, of the North son took charge of the organization of xlUons. Mr. Ruby not purchasing any
ern district of Florula, for "high crimes a local commercial body for the devel that showed signs of 111 temper.
writhed and contested with each other ssch »ids of tbs rive: to arrange dupli-
rats hills governing the fishing indus
The animals will be kept at Pendle
Ilka serpents of the sea
A committee opment of Albany and Linn county. A
try of tbs rivsr which were to I»-
“Hack you gtllnetters!
was appointed to n itify the senate. number of people pledged $5 per ton. and, as the <x:caslon requires, dis
lloyetsot tha flair!" shouted ths north* p»»se l by the tespe« live leglslatuiss ol
The senate passe«I a bill to throw open month for the support of a push club, tributed over Oregon and Washington.
the two states. Dan Laphsm was a
<or settlement 800,000 acraa in the others smaller sums, and a committee Thu McLaughlin Bros., of Cincinnati,
of busiuesz men was appointed by proposed to establish a station here,
•'Away with you, yon trapper» conimtttesuiau from ths north able.
Yakima Indian reservation.
It was ths night of ths day upon
I Mayor Davis to take charge of the or- but finally deckled upon Ogden, Utah.’
You rauaa our fsnilliee to starva!" re
Nothing of any importance was de
Mr: Kuoy will either purchase resi
ganization work and secure n member
plied the men from the southeide, which ths agreement had l«*n rcacl>e«l.
veloped in the SiLOot case today. »hip sufficiently large to establish the dence property or build and remove
I'eace was at last declared Ix-twern the
• with hitter oaths.
Five witnesse were examined.
his family to this place, where he wiil
| club on a good financial basis.
Tha reaiatenia on tha pari ot tha toilais ol the Columbia. The north-
The house resolution for an adjourn
It is the purpose of the organization have permanent headquarters.
Thia station means much to eastern
aorthsidars eras abort lived. Tbaover
ment from iH-cemher 21 to January 4 to advertise the county and place men
huiN'Iing any farther south •nd the
whelming numbers «gainst them soon
was S'loptwi hy the senate.
< *n the field to work for the develop- Oregon and Washington, not only for
bagan to tell. By sheer force they ,
Senator Mitchel! is sure of securing nj,>nt of L*ni> county's great resources, Che convenience o/ It, but for ths
the chairmanship of the committee on B was unanimously de«.i>led to join the material Improvement that will be
ware driven toward their traps. Tha line with their nets which was act tied
I Oregon Development League and co •uade in.the boises. Until the last few
prows of tha aoulhsidera* Ixrata ware upon as ths center of ths stream
' operate with that body in the develop- years little attention to the breeds of
agaieat llralra, ami they were aw ept through the fishing waters.
Wednesday, December 14.
inent of Oregon. The organization horses was given. Or late yeara prices
■ long like driftwood Ire fora a huge
committee waa authorized to find a have in«Teased until It pays handsome
tee to arrange for the trial of Judge n*-lne f°r the club and nominate offi ly to raise a grade ot horsea that com
Tira red In Ilia east waa making
Hwsvne, of Florula.
to be ratified at mand the highest prices in eastern
thing« more vla'Lla on tha water. It rsallon. They did not cultivate ths
* j ...
$ • st
meeting, when organization markets. The day of the cayus^ is
A bill was pMed in the senate ap will be perfected.
past, and the farmera
_ have __
was easy to see that tha northaidars Intellect as a whole. In fart «mly a
propriating $25,000 fur the improve-
Mr. Richardson was given an ln-
In- now much more work can be expected
were loaing ground at every polut. fss «iirnsd their attention to books.
nient of Mount Rainier national |»ark. forma! reception at the Alco Club at from a horse of good size than from a
Hut suddenly a vollsy of abota rang out | Athlete« l>y nature the men devoted
In the house the urgent deficiency the adjournment of the meeting.
down lira river. Auother follow««!. nanji time to athletics. They lied
Not only are the farmers demanding
hill ami several other bills of a public
Dre corere of the fishermen rose above their ball gr«Hin-ls, tennis courts and
4< mm 1 horses, but are
club hums. Irxl«x>r e|>orte were as
nature were pawl.
Oil Spoils Water Supply.
I'be jacks owned by Mr. Ruby are
Salem.—Farmers from the Waldo from Missouri, and are much sought
"The soldiers!?“ shouted the north-; much in lavor ss their outdoor sports.
Thursday. December 15.
As hand ball players the village team
i Hills report oil discoveries in the vi- after by b
Th«- senate »pent pra«-ti<-al!y the en-
■ ciuity of Pratum, where oil was discov
“Cursee upon tta head of Gabel •total resdy to challenge any of the
Jarvi!" sli'iuted tha aouthsidara.
To Bore for Artesian Water.
ministrative bill. A numlier of amend- _
Many wells have been abandoned be-
Then tha steamer orrying the, In their respective seae«>ne, found these
nients were made.
Uhder unanimous I cause the water cannot be used, No
_ —Manager Vinson,
____ _ of
millila ap|e*ared dividing tha conteat- 1
agrix'inent the vote on the bill will be effort has been made to sink a deep the Emma mine, six miles east of the
lug fishermen like chaff. They firr.1 twat tesms in ths country.
taken tomorrow and the dis|»s<al of all well for the purpose of determining city, has closed a contract with C. A.
Asids from sthlstics, dancing was
volleys orcasionally above the hea<la of
amenilmenta will «xvur at the same Whether oil can be found in paying Fredericks, of Spokane, to bore for
tha retreating belligereula In order to,
quantities. Local capitalists arranged Water on his property. Mr. Fredericks
young and old. No week ever paaaad
last fall to sink a well as deep as has the most extensive boring appa
hasten their departura.
might be necessary, provided the farm ratus ever brought to Eastern Oregon,
“Hang!" rang out a rifle shot from 1 during ths aaaaoa that the fishermen
did not engage in thia paeiime. It
ers would bond their property, agree it having a capacity for boring 6000
a retreating party to the south.
In tiie house an att«*mpt was made to ing to sell their oil on a percentage fevr.- The contract with Mr. Vinson
“lake that!" esclalmed a murder- was an occasion In which all took a
A Japanese wing of Oyama's army call up tin' bill to improve currency basis. Many farmers would not agree calls for 5000 feet or less, boring to
otrs I'M'king eoutlisldsr as rhe smoke: part and the large hall provhled lor
C'hlllen Miners I'owerfitl.
driven lauk recently is again advancing. coMUtions. This matter occupied al- to this, preferlng to profit by the re cease .whenever a sufficient tlovy of
the purpose was always cruwded. A
clears. I trout tha mu isle or hia gun.
Perhaps the greatest Weights borne
most the entire day, only a few minor sults of experiments conducted by water Is encountered. He does not ex
The Japan«*se are fearful leet the items coming ta-forv the house
Old Headog lell hack Into the arms I fisherman is nevei too young or too ol«l tor any dlstanc«. on men's Imcks nre
others, and as a consequence the well pect water under 600 feet. The work
of his KU. Tha bullet had found Hr
the loads of ore broiiglit up from the Riiraian government buys a number of
will be commenced at once. Mr. Fred
digging enterprise was abandoned.
ericks also has a contract to bore for
■nines of the Andes by the m In rs of war»bipe from Chile
The senate i>y a vote of 44 to 23
artesian hot watsr for the Hot Springs
Willamette Fishway Completed.
“Taka thia!" anld another south* I
Llrill. Darwin visited a ««upper mine
Th«* suspension bridge at Charleeton,
•Ider as ba raised hia rifle to his tribute could be paid an Individual or III s ravine Ics.llng from the main W. Va., collapsed, drowning three |iawe«I the Philippine government bill.
Salem.—The new fishway over the Natatorium Company of this city. The
| As pawed it exempts from taxation all falls at Oregon City has been com hot springs of the company are within
"You have betrayed us, event than hy giving a ball. It was runge of the Cordilleras, where the school girls and injuring rive |»»>ple.
, l ii n >4- >»»u<-t by the Philippine and pleted at a coat of $2973 50, aud En the city limits.
worn was «-arri—i mi ... .wu «-'' ..«.«'•
Gul« Jarvi, and yuj shall r*ay the the ssnllh |*oi«*< te iMSSewlew I,«—MM
Tha aetilenient of the dispute I m *- means thaL though the mines had
Brigadier General H. M Whiteside Porto Rico g ivernments; authoriz«-» gineer J. W. Moffall reported that fact 1
Fewer Cattle Fed Than Usual.
He had command of the de municipalities to incur a l»>n<le<l in- to the State Fish Commission today |
“Iton't ahoot, fool, it ia a woman!" twe> n the northaiders and aoulbaidere Iwu worked In the mountain« for at is dead.
The engineer expresses his confidence
Echo.—Five hundred head of cattle
exclaimed a man ax lie asized the mux- occasiarr«'<l tin- grrateat lia'I In the his least two centuries, the water wns re partment of Santiago during the Hpan- I debtedneM) amounting to 5 |>«'r «"ent of that the fishway will make it prac
are being fed In the Immediate vicinity
tory ot tire northaide village. They
1 th«' awewcl valuation of their property;
ala of tha would-ba asaasaltr'a gun.
movr«l In some by currying It up -u if s | ish war.
ticable for salmon and other fish to of E< ho. This is a small number com
uuthorizex th«* Philippine government
It was Itan I apham. He had been were weaker in uumbera but he«! won In leather bags <>rr men's back».
ascend the Willamette river.. In re pared with what are usually wintered
'nrrpowenxl and taken a prlaoner. At, out in a measure and were determined
Hlr Francis Head, when visiting a and four others ladly injunxi by an I to incur a tainded indebt«»lti«-w of $5,- porting the wark at the several fish ac this place and is occasioned by the
he grabbed the aouthslder's gun it dis to celebrate the occaaiotr in a fit and simitar mine, fouml that all the ore expltwiiin on the lietlleship Massa (MIU.OtM); establishes a system for the hatcheries. Master Fish Warden H. G. extrern *iy low prices paid for beef.
i lia'ation and patenting of mineral, cal Van Dusen says that 6.650.008 Chinook As large herds are herded upon small
charge'I. I-apham look<»l In lira dlraK*- proper manner.
was carried up to the surface, a ver chusetts.
Thais wore honors due to many and
and saline lamis, and gives the civil and 3.646.000 silverside eggs have been alfalfa fields, the pasturage afforded
tlon the bullet had gons and saw In
teal climb of 450 fee’, by Hie mln rv.
Th«* new Portlan«l [»«itotliee will not ' governor tiie title of governor general. taken at the South Coos river hatch is eaten close, and hay feeding begins
tha pilot houaa of tha ateamtatat which ths flaharmen were not alow to baatow and that the averag* wegbt carried
The greater part of the day was put ery. while 2.607.000 Chtnook and L- about the 1st of November. Cattle
hs'l coma to their reerua the form of theaa u|>on the deeerving ones. The was 250 pounds. Tills loud was .tot I m * targe enough and the architect has
occasion of paaoa come on fur lie share.
In-vn aske«l to provide for the construc , in discussing an<i voting on ainend- 000.000 Sflverside eggs have been raisers are hoping for higher prices
carried up a winding stair, but >i|>
taken at Yaqulna. These results are the coming season, believing that the
ments on the Philippine bill
The girl waa pels aa death, but she In tact, It waa called the great pear»- i.ot< lic<l trunks of tre s, set almost tip tion of another w ing.
considered very satisfactory.
visitors to the 1905 fair will consume
clung to lira wheel In a spirit of daa-
A nunilwr of prominent rural mail '
right, on«* touching uno her.
a great amount and bring up prices.
|*eralion, and tha t>*at continue«! up«in
The fo»«l of the Chll an miner, ae carriers who were too active |x>litically
Several small shipments have been
Improvements at Hood River.
T'xlay's session «if the house was
its course, ploughing through tha craft long anti hla men were the lioaored cording to Darwin, lonaisted of ra- 'luring tire rec-ent cani|>aigii, have i
made already this fall, and the hlgheat
of lira coateruling fisherman, tha south-
price received is $3.25 per cwt., live
tlona of sixteen fig» mid two «mall I mh - ii removed. They were all in ‘New given over almost exclusively to con
sideration of the bills on tin* private the O. R. & N. Co. is expending >10.000 weight.
aider« retreating with all poeatblr
York and New Ham|Mdrire.
a commissionsr in sell ling the trouble
calendar, a «ioz«'n or more being pawe«L in Improvements to the depot grounds
Wireless telegraph tn«w»agea .have
•nd Hankala waa th«- heroine of the ner Isdleil beans, fur supper wheat
Anxious for Good Roads.
The senate amendments to the urgent and track yards at this point. The phs
hoar. To Captain Hudlong and hie
I mwii sent from Kansas City to Cleve
«leficieney bill were agreed to.
Grants Pass.—The good roads move
men she was ltrs moat conspicuous per
land, Ohio, 725 mile«, without relay.
A resolution was adopt«*<l provi«ling
ment has struck Josephine county with
Hasel Hnulre Hankala.
sonage at the mouth ot the Columbia.
Thia is said to Ire the longest distance that th«' exercises appropriate to the enlarged, and a freight depot and
warehouse has been erected three greater force this season than ever be
“It is simply a shame—It is s bitn- Ihe fiaherrnen so aecuatomad to the ex
overland meHsages ever covered.
rwx'ption and acceptance from the state blocks west of the present location fore. and there is a more general de
Such are the Impositions practiced
citement ot rlier life, the act of thaglrl
on diqMirtiueiit stor<*s by women claim
Fire destroyed an immense coal bun of Kansas of the statue of the late John The facilities for handling freight at sire to better the highways of the
“That It ia, but It ir the way of ths in saving the boatload of aoldiars was
J. Ingalls, erected in Htatuary ball, of this point have afforded very poor ac county than this section has ever be
ing dreasmukeia' «llscounts that a Icud- ker at Buffalo.
Keadogs. They were always hard not looke-l upon aa a much out of the
the capitol, lx* made a special oriier commodations for the last three years fore known. During the past two
lug m»tro|H>lltan bouse finds It neces
The real work will not begin until for January 21.
hearted wretches. Ths gill takes after ordinary, though they all rec< gnizrxl
and the Improvements now being made months nearly $5000 has been paid out
sary to employ three detecthe» w hose ear.y in January.
her father and is not to blame so much in Hankala a remarkable young woman
Tin* house atijourned until Monday. are a source of satisfaction to the ship by mining companies and individual
exclusive task It la to verify state
mining men for the improvement of
The hall was decorated aa it had ments of thia character. Those enti
John D. Rockefeller has given Chi
OREGON WINS MANY PRIZES.
roads in Josephine county, and as a
“But she ought to have enough never tax-n decorate»! liefore Tiie ti »>r
result many of the Camps that were al
Golden Chariot Buys Plant.
woman about lirr to show that she waa waxed with greater care, and mu tled to discounts twelve credentials,
The nomination of Govrenor Brady, W. H.Wehrung Says State Made Fine
Sumpter.—Golden Chariot Gold Min- most completely Isolated during the
has a heart. The idea »1 going to the sicians had been amploytxl from the while the others are tabulate«! under
winter will be readily reached by wag
the classification "fraudulent." Many of Alaska, has been held up by the
ball and her poor old father lying at nearcat town.
Company has purchased of the on hereafter.
The ru«ie tiaher-folk •tores provide separnte cashier's desks
the point ot death."
were de.-ked out in their lw*at garments.
Portland, IVc. 17. — After several Golden Wlxard its hoist, pumps and
“Hut she is in love, you know, and The women took unusual rate with for dressmaker patrons, who repair
Will Not Enter Albany.
The national convention of Traveling months in St. Louis, where he had milling plant The latter plant has
all people are fools who are In love. their toilets. When the l>alI room wa»
Passenger agents will meet in Portland | charge of the Oregon exhibit at the never been operated as the Golden
Since that militia raplain set foot on tilled at an earlv hour, the |M*ople of
i taniixiaria Purchase exhibition. W. II. Wizard. since its purchaser has decid phone Company will not put In a sys
shore she loat her head and has the fishing village present'd a very
The international commission to in Webrung returned to Portland yester ed on other plans The two properties tem at Albany, as Intended. The com
thought of nothing else since. 1 don't good appearance. The soldiers, many taining to dressmaking, ami is unavail
day. He re|»'rt«xl wide interest among are about nine miles apart, and the pany will operate in only a few Oregon
eee anything in a state militiaman to of them from tha ctiy, war«* surpiisixJ able for other goo. Is, Cut nite mid quire into the North sea incident is
Easterners in th«' Lewis and Clark ex- work of hauling the machinery to the towns the coming year, and as some
loee one's head over. Why my bus- to Bev the presto change from the rug »peelal sales nr«* also exempt fl'uiU exp cteil to meet In Paris D cemlrer 2J
|Mieiti«>n ami predicted there will lx* Golden Chariot will commence as soon other towns offer better opportunities
liend was a United States regular. If ge«l men of the fish-trapa, and the care
Barlred wire stretched in front of the heavy westward travel next year for the as possible. Two large boilers are
in the franchises than did Albany, the
1 bad a daughter I would taach her a less girls of the beach to the gallant
Japanese trenches is proving the worst purjx*e of m-eing the Western World's also included in the consignment.
Two Missouri Towns.
company will allow the franchise
lesson she would remember. A regu ■n«l gay figntas of the ball-room.
When th«' presidential struggle lic
given them by this city to lapse. The
Claim Jumpers Busy.
lar wouldn't wipe bis foot on a militia
Human nature is mueli tiie same tween Clay and Jack-um wns nt ita
Mr. Wehrung »]>eak« highly of the
A number of Boxer leaders in North
con- Pacific States Company is preparing to
among al) class«*«, ami it was not ma height It Is relateil that a liaml of emi ern China have been placed in prison showing made by Oregon at th«* St. tlnue to do their work in the Sucker make a number of improvements in
“Btlll Captain Hudlong Is a nice fol-
terially different among Ihe linlirr-folk. grants from Kentucky ii'id the then and it is thought probable that the in Louis fair, saying that th«* stat«* held Creek district. A claim owned by their Albany exchange this winter.
Inw and was kind to us. He did his
Many of them had gather«»! early. other Western States commenced to tended uprising has been nipp«>d in thi up well against stat«*s with much larger Sheriff Ix>wls, of this city, has recently
duty and made the soiilhsiders go
The women were M*ated in group«, and settle on the north side of tin* .Missouri bud.
IL' also says that he been Jumped, and as the claim is
home. He is not a bad looker either,
commenting on those who entered lat River and called tin Ir c. unty Clay
|>a» I hx 'I i told that Washington’s repre valued quite highly by the Sheriff and
aud you know that counts, ', too. It
At ths last cabinet meeting Secretarr sentatives' Ixurght a consignment of Ore has had two years' assessment work
Inland Empire Sunday School Insti
er. Young girls and Ixiys were skip nn<! the county »ent Liberty.
would lie a leather In Haael's cap if aha
At the same time auother lot of emi Hitchcock spoke briefly of the land gon cherries from a dealer and exhib done upon it. Mr. Lewis Is anything tute, Pendleton, Ore., January 30.
ping »cross the hall in a frolicsome,
could capture the captain of tiie
Oregon State Dairymen's Associa
aimless manner. 01*1 men sat in tiie grants from Virginia ami < tlier South fraud cases, indicating that some start ited them as Washington product. Tirus but pleased over the usurpation of his
ern States pitched tbelr tints on the ling developments in them might lie Oregon competed in the cherry contest right and has gone to discuss the mat tion. Portland. December 28-21.
corners and look«d on in silence,
“Tha average »tala militiaman ia no
ter at close range with the intruder.
ex|>ected in the near future.
Oregon State Horticultural Society,
against her own praiuct.
A faint cheer rose over the room. south side of the Big Muddy nnd
more than a dude, a rich man'a son
Portland. January 10-11.
Phone Line for Farmers.
The second trial of ths Oregon land
kept in idleness and la not worth any Captain Rudlong entered aceompaniixl
National American Woman Suffrage
capital Independence. And so It ro
Men on Battleship Quarrel.
frail«! case ia in progress in Portland.
Chemawa.—Chemawa Is to be the Association, Portland, June 22-28.
woman's while. He thinks all of the by Hazel Headog* The applause was
women are crazy over him and struts
Lewis and Clark Centennial Ex post-
erty and Jackson for Ind qieuilcnce.—
The Rough Riders will have a place ington, a negro seaman, shot and established at once
“la Hankala eoming'*” a»ke«l one of
around with unifoim on like a peacock
tlon, Portland, June 1-October 15.
Oak Grove (Mo.) Banner,
•nd more fit to look at than to use. I the women of another.
on the United States battleship Illinois, evening at the residence of Frank
"She promised after long persuasion
Kentucky'» Illg Mosquitoes.
have no patience with militiamen.
Sell Land Near Helix.
A Chinese capitalist declares that he
Beatty and formed an independent
to come. But aha only agreed to re
My husband waa a regular."
Big gnllinlpper mosquitoes that tn cm knows Port Arthur has pro«isions for in the New York navy yard today. rural company. Material has been or
Pendleton.—William Kupers •nd G.
Henry More, an apprentice, received a
"They say, Clough, this young Cap main a short time. Ringwohl is about to have can openers In place of sting three months.
, bullet in the arm and 8«*aiuan Strap, dered for the line, and will be here In C. Shroeder, farmers residing near
tain Budlong ia p«x:r. The moat of hia eshuaated from hta work with the ers are attacking chickens In the East
about three weeks. The central office Helix, have dlapoaad of three quarter
More and the will be established at Chemawa.
sections of lund to Joseph 8elvers of
Of the 100 locomotives ordered for another in th«' l>ack.
men are rich hut he ia only a clerk In a wounded and Hankala does not think it End, and they arc said already to have
that locality for $8000 a quarter. Mr.
atoie and waa chosen by hla men be right anyway, to «-«Irbrate while the killed twenty two fowls owned lij Mrs. the Harriman lines, 60 are lor the
Kupers, who sold one of the sections,
cause of hie honesty and bravery. I wounded art* so low. Hhe thougjit it Bridget Owns, of Fulton aired. All Southern Pacific.
inoffensive until More's tantalizing ac
Milton.—Robert E. Frailer of this »nd Shroeder. wfo sold two, have pur
think Hasel would lie a g«xxl catch for wrong to give the ball while t)l«l Headog of th«» chickens were attacked while
Bowie has paid the last installment tions castled Washington to lose his place. Is In Portland selling stock of chased land neer Nex Perce, paying
him. He could take charge of her ia lying at the point of death."
roosting. The mosqultoi s seem to de-
the Mexican National Sugar Refining $4500 and $5C00 a section.
"It doesn't seem tc worry Hazel, •«'end toward tin* earth from high In on his debts and Zion City is again on tenqx'r tixlay, aud he shot More, Hhap
father’s buaineiw, and if all accounts
Company, of which he Is a member.
aie true some one may lie needed, for hia daughter," remarliad another the air early In the evening or after
The company will dispose of $258,000
the old man is thieatcneil with blood- woman who waa watching the rich fish darkness and attack animals of nil
The Russian battleship Savaztopol at
worth of preferred stock in order to in
To Favor Army Officers.
poisoning from that wound the aouth- erman's .child, wreathed in smiles, kinds. It Is thought that they hrei»! Port Arthur has not been sunk and is
stall a sugar refining plant. The com
Washington, Dec. 17.—Senator Diet- pany Is composed largely of Milton flumes for the Finis Irrigation ditch,
while «lie entertained the captain ol in low, marshy places, but tic high adopting defensive measures.
aidera gave him."
which will water a body of land near
rich has introduced an amendment to and Walla Walla capitalists.
“Yea, and to think that llaael would the miiitia.
most of th«' time.—Lonlsiillc Herald.
the Hudson Bay section. Many other
A Russian captain has been anestad
Th«« crowd had gathered and the
go to the ball when her father ia ea-
fiumea are being built under the rail
for criticising the admiralty.
Mohair Show January 19-20.
Those Newspnp-r Hints.
officers of the United States army, nav
pectad to dial It ia simply a shame— grand march •nd quadrille that fol-
road at different points, and an Im
Foreman—We need a few lines to
al mid marine corps or constabulary
mense territory hitherto bare will be
All weie seated
a burning shame!"
lowed were over.
block out .i column.
Japanese have driven the Russians on officers rtf th«« Philippine government ments for the Polk County Mohair As put under cultivation next season.
Tha above conversation took place again when a slight sensation near the
Iturnl Editor (wenrlly) Well, say the right bank of the Hun river west shall hav«> the privilege of free entry of sociation appointed to arrange for the
between two matrons of the fishing vil <ioor eaauaed the pleasure seekers Io King Edward hns begun wearing old
fair, has name»! January 19 and 20 as
all articles, including use«l household the time for holding the fair at Dallas.
NORTHWEST WHEAT MARKET.
lage on tha northalda of the Columbia. look in the direction. The soldiers clothes, iH'csiise lhe\ nre more comfort*
Tan days of |>ea<'e had reigmxl on the commancad to applaud, ami continued able. Perhaps It will atari a fashion
This Is primarily a goat fair, but poul
Portland— Walla Walla, 83«! blue-
tion of 0. P. Neill tosuioeed Wright as ment mid service, imported for their try and sheep will also be an Interest
rlVer. Hlnce the arrival of the militia until the house fairly riiisik. Itan that you ami I can follow.
commissioner of labor to the senate for us«« mnl benefit mid not for barter or ing feature of the show. Entries are stem, 88c; valley, 87M«.
and <lls|>eralon of ths fishermen there l-aphain and Han|ala had just entered
The heat theology—a pure nnJ benefi confirmation.
Tacoma—Blueetem, 89c; club, 80«.
open to all Oregon.
had been no further trouble. Thelroatl
Hanksla waa very pale. Hhe was cent lit*
In a Condensed Form for Our
HAPPENINGS OF TWO CONTINENTS