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WEEKLY OREGON STATESMAN, Tuesday, novemrer ryv
GOOD fOIl settlers!
niLLAHETTE TAI.LKI K IDEAL
. PLACE FOR HOMK-SEIKIRli
Who He a Little Capital to Iamt-A
Spleadld Cllruate m4 All Needed
' . Advantage. -
From Daily Statesman. Nov. 3.)
The Willamette valley l; at this
tin' attracting the attention of thous
and of tieople In the East,! who are
tlr-sirous of securing good homes in a
country -where the climatic conditions
are better than hi; the state east of
the Rocky Mountains, with their rig
orous winters, ami where eroi iiSlures
ar not so common as tliey areiiithe
Upjier Mississippi valley ami many
hundreds of ' t fiese see kers f fir good
horfrVa ami a good illuiate Will find
locations in ami . liecouiv? citizens of
Western Oregou, Regarding the Wil
lamette valley ami j it fitness as a
place for icople wit hi small mentis, the
Portland Telegram had tin. following
inter sting artiee a"" few" days aso, em
bodying statement 1y (General Pas
wuyr Agent C llj Markliam. The
allude follow, ami should be rtad by
very pmon desiring information on
this section of Oregon: ;
"For tieople of small mean tlx Wil
liauictte valley, say Ceueral lasw
ger Agent C. 11. Markham. of the
Southern j Pacific, . offer unsurpassed
advantage. Diversified fanning can
lie carried on to reach perfection, and
made . to . ' iiay handsomely , for the
amount invested. ,
' "The Willamette valley proper con
tain 11,-I7 square miles, or 7.3W.("
j acres. ' While a very small iortlon of
I Oregon. It i a oiu rue rcial empire In
iti-eir larger than a good many Ka stern
; Mates. : It I eighty-live mil wide
from the summit of tlie Cascades to
Hie coast nig, ami 1.'1T mrles loug
from tUe Columbia i river to t In south
ern dividing 11 hp. f Of the total area
the square miles of agricultural land
is or 2.7U."..r.lM acre. The t imber
utnti contain an area or 217 square
miles, or 4A4M.-ISO acres. The land j
under cultivation ami that which I
aailable fur cultivation, reaches to
.l..sict.ifcSi acres, orj aliout oue-lialf of
t lie land classed-as agricultural land.
"The valley i not the .place. Mr,
Markham says, for people who are
without means to purchase homes.
Hut for" a small outlay of capital it
furnishes a good 'letum as any sec
tion in 'the T'nited; Srate. (ooi land
ean 1m obtaiiUNl at eomparaiivel;-. Ioav
nrlee when compared with 'the irhe
.f land in other farmrng sections, and
witli.th rleh fMMHibiftt ies n'u to the
inilustriu t-hntllH" farmer, crop or
all kinds e.m 1k raisHl. The foothrllx
."Inj.'in toward thi lowlands fnrnisli
.in ideal fcr.it section for every variety
of frnir grown. The Randy soil pro
dine hops. 'classed tlfiH year tin ehoie
est -in ilie world. The black .rich loam
of i In liot una laud grows a luxuriant
growth of a;l Hurt: . :of vegi-t.tlle.
uiji's ami otUer; farm 'prtnliwti. In
fact, from the stimmit iof the monii
lain.H upon ortch ' ide -to ,-tlK depth of
tlie,-aliey bet v ten I a gradual grada
1 ion of diffcrctit kinds of soils and cli-.tnatlc-ehaiiges
eapable of raising any
thing priHtuced iu the f 1 thre ' xon.
rni(!iH-ts of I lie tropii'al: cliiucis fruit.
nut.. iilkwirmsi sugary can.- grow
With the' same luxuriant a do the
iM'odticis.of the colder climes upon the
more elevated, ixurtlons of the p1a
lean. The warm breath from the Ja
ikiii iHt-un (iiriviit breathe upon this
fav-ored section, laud driving mists
from the ocean. fiirnislnK all the tain
fall that Is necessary to aid tlu growth
"The valky Is j tapp"V by two mm
tm'rcial arteries -ft lie Siutherii Paeille
v si en i and the Wrllamette rivi-r.
l'tirtland Is the foiiittain-lKad or na
tural Itasiu for Jdrainlng Hie? trade
Veins. , I
Th: water of the smaller stream
Ch art U tb aoit vital orf a el the aady.
It la tb enclo tfcftt propels tha ttcle a
aada uteoBC t tb nerre and brala aa4
to all tba erftana tbe body. A Saw la lia
aacaanUia la aartala to ftr rlaa to Mrlou
tbe preaene of a flaw. It
la a forerunner of aome
thing more aerioas that la
to occur Yow are tke
engineer. Look to'yonr
eo1ae. Bee that ne ecct
eent occura. HODYAM
la what roa need. HUD
YAN wlU atrencthen tbe
heart. HODYAM will
make the heart nuuetea
etrone: and hard. Do not
delay too lon. Betfnth
aaeof HUD YAM now:
HERE ARE YOOR SYHPIOHS:
1-9. THKOBBlkO IN THB IK Jt
P1.E3 TTHEJf XTCWO DOW3T. HOD
VAN wlU eaaae tbe ihreUbinf. to diaappear.
S-e. BIKdlHO I THE BAM-i h UO
YAN aupa the rtaelnc ad.baaia la a abort
time. !-," j -'.--""," .
4-6.' ALTKRItATB FAXKNKS3 AND,
BXtTSHINO Or THB CHBBB3. HUD
vy -t:i restore the clrcaUUoo et the Wood
lie aorual condition and keep a eoaataat I
bMiih color la tbe ebeeka. ' f
- PAXPITATIOW OF THB DBABT
YAM b atrenathentng tbe heart kiesctae and
i aer-ea that aePpT It. will atop tbe palpl
tottoN and anttortsa aad eaoae Ue heart to beai
0 TiiRonBiwo rw the stoblach
HBOION-. TbtXhrebWnf and polaaUttf die
epear bry afwr Ue oae of HUDYAN.
Tbtina bra baea eared of Heart Weak
aea by HUDYAN. Ye abould he eored
00. H U D Y A N wUJ enre yon. F roc are
MUOYAN troea yoa dxojiiat. It la aald
I all drofatorea torete. per packtre. or
wk-rc lor tiSO. II yOer drurlt doee not
kwoi.arnd'rctMthe HUDYAN REM
EOV COMPANY; a rranelaoo. Cat
Coiwai: th HUDYAN DOCTORS
p-fter,' To call and eee Uieai and have
I rr ovmltatioa. If ro aaanot ealt on the
nrtur writ bia for advtoa It will he
tim Irw Urn tb aaalac. 1 Addraat
C. fctK MiHi m4 tU'm 9t
, SAM fRANClSCO. CAU
that tumble over precipice furnislie.1
unlimited power. for manufacturing!
Interests. A number of them have
lieen already, harnessed to aid dairy
ing, which ha made m-Ji
grew, in the last year. v
Ftr the ami other reasons Mr.
Markham considers the valley an Ideal
Hace for intelligent farmer of means.
'The trade &ue I i-et bv comiiht
eial gems inMhe haie of villagst
LamletM and cities, which draw their
support from the surrounding district.
Kveryone 1 thriving and expanding
comn-ensurate with the fertility and
capabilities of the Rurrouudlug, coun
try, ami snch things as sign for sale
or Tent, are rare except km. VlKn
one considers hat the -aIley is only
a very small tortion of Oregon; that
it I more nettled than other and larg
er trade empire within the 1oumLir
le of the state.-people will ln'gln o
appwiaie ti:e inuxntani-e or H-egn
a a whole' t - ,
A Minister's Mistake. ; '
v c;ty mttvrer was recently nanded a
notice to be read from his pulpit.
Accompanving it was a clipping from
a newspaper bearing upon the matter.
The clergyman started to read the
extract and tound that it began:
- Take Kempt BaUam. the best
i Cough Cure." Th-ii was hardly what
; he had expected and, after a mo
ment -a hesitation, he turned it over.
and found on the other side the mat
ter intended for the reading, f 3. .
- , ;j
A PHEASANT SUICTDES.-R. f..
Ilotnian relates the ocenrrenee of a
pheasant committing suicide to emipe
being caught by a dog a few day
ago. llolman was shoot4ng along the
t;utekama river wiKn tne inct;ieni
ofcnrreil, hefirlng a slwH that ctip-
llel tlie bird, which dove Into the
water and sank out of slgbt to THtvent
lielng caught by tle dog. The tiody
or ine him was not oiserveit to rise
to the surface of the water. Courier
Herald. Oregon City. J , ,
We refund 10c for every package
of rutnam Fadeless Pve that falls
to give satisf act iou. Monroe Drusr
Co.. Fiilonvilh', Mo. Sold by j Ilr.
Stone's Drug Stores. '
A FIXE IIIX'EIVEIK Statei Treas
urer Clias. S: Moore yesterday recelv-
d $25 from 4usthe of the I'eace titto
J. Kramer, of 1'ortlaud. beidgithe
atiMiunt of a line .-dIectert from C
riiuli, for violating the pure food law.
FOUND" II1S BOAT. Alvln lod
frev. wlwisc rowlioat was rinently
stolen from the bank of the' Willam
ette river near the Saletn Fhmriug
Mill t'onipauy's warehouse at 11k foot
of Trade street, has foutid the missing
Itoat. The" ferryman .at - Wheatland
found If floating down stream., toil it
up to tlie bank aud sent word to Mr.
(Jodfrey. who went down to Wheat
land and brought his lo:it home.
Th re is no tnn-e of tlie 1oys who ier
M't rated the theft.
A NARUOW ESCAPE. El wool
Clark bad a narrow escape from a
violent death at tregon C'dy last
week. lie I employel at the paKr
mill, ami with others wqs reiwiiriug
a bridge "that accommodate a railroad
track that I used at the mill. The
Irridge I 40 fet high, and below Is
solid bedrock. Klwood stool In the
bridge ami reaelied down for a plank
that fellow employe were handing up
to biiu. He fell Twenty or 4hirty
feet -lielow a wire cable was stretch
el. In his fall tlie young man caught
it. ami-held on. Otherwise' lie would
nndouljtwlly have been htshMl to
death. As it was. an arm. Injured at
Manila, was severely stniined.-Corval-
11 Times. Mr. Clark wa the bugler
of eomoanv "K" 2d Oregon and Is
well known in this Hty. His friends
here will lie" rejoiceil to. learn or his
fortunftle ecape. - ; '
MAKIXtJ A MAC O. S. AVard. one
of the forest rantrer iloing duty in the
Cascade forest reserve, whose terrl
lorv lav from the Clackamas waters
to the summit on the T.arlow wagon
road, ha returned from another trip
to Hie lieat to get correct data for a
map: The government requires eacli
ranger to furnish a map showing the
length of trail cut iu hi district a a
record of progress made. It is ex
peeted -that a system of trail will he
'ompletel next ytar, enabling tourist
and other to make a circoitous route
through the reserve taking in the
principal point of interest. The trail,
when completed- will enable one to
go in a- numler of direction along
tlie snmmit from the Harlow mad to
Mount Jeff ersmt-t hen back by way
of the Santiam hot s ptiugs. through
pk-tims-ine country on ; easy i grades
to tlie noted liot springs, and hatchery
on -the upper Claskamas, viewing the
grandest scenery imaginable. Mr.
Ward savs the work of forest rangers
is far different from an outing. A
rtmshleraiile iHrlion of tiieir iime is
put In cutting trail, ami these maps
are made for ihs government to show
the ptt'spvss. made-Courier-Herald.
Oregon City. : ! j
SVM11L J4CKS0M WAS DISCHAICID.
Judire . P. iloise Holds tlie
Has No Jnrislictkin Over
A ' ,
' Fnited States Ward.
(From Dsiily Statsman. Nov, H.V
Tlie case of Samuel ; Jackson, the
Indian loy fwho wa. recently sent to
jail on a Vhargo of assault and hn't
lery. committed on one of the femi
nin? tiiacliers at the Cliemawa In
dian Training School, has received con
5i:erabL nojoriety recently. (In con
nection with his effort to secure ii
rehnife from the conuty jail on balieas
corpus procek'dings. Tlie case was
again called in Judge. IC P. Boise's
irart at lO a. tin. yesterday, when the
Judge rendered his decision in, the
ma Her in favor of the prisoner con
ictitlon. he lelng d U-barged from cus
l.xly. - t - ' ' v . ' ' 1 1 "
In'l-Tnlering his t decision Judge
Eotee held tll:it the "prisouer was a
ward of the United States, and thus
i In "the same ositlon oceopied by
the United State army, being exempt
from Jurisdiction of the state court.
Uion this deeisiou the young Indian
was dlschiH-geiL The qnes-tion raised
by the 4itlonicy for the petitioner,
S. Tv Richardson ami II. A. Johnson
Jr.; tliat the j notice's court bad no
jnr"isdift!on over be land of tbe In
!!.in -school, was not decided by Judge
; Dnring the day Judge Roise heard
ttstlmon.r In the ease of Joseph RalL
pin in t Iff, vs. Jamos Rnckner,; et L,
dclciKhinis a receiversh'p case, in
which the ownership of Hl.Ono pounds
of hops are Involved, and List even
ing arguments "were concluded - and
the case was submitted. ; . -
QUIET HOP MARKET
DEALKB4 HATE CAVOBT CP
--- 'THIS BI AL'HH.
Th Tra porta tl Oaaatloa llaa.ll
prmd lbcaMarkt I la Walt-
tFrptn Tkilly Statesman, Nov. 3.1
Tlie condition of the lo al Iwp inar
ket remains' jbout the same, there Be
ing but little change apparent, exceit
that dealer are beginning. to get out
of the big rush iut which, they were
thrown several weeks ago when th
grower forced their croiw onto the
market. , The hop purchased by deal
ers at that time are now nearly all
taken care of, but many thousands of
1 tales are lM'ing stored in warehouse.
awaiting transiortatIon. Tlie Jk-arcity
of can ; on the Southern Pacific Hue
lias seriously luterferetl with prompt
shipments say the dealers, but the
company will soon be able to more all
that Is needed. : ;
The prk-e, thus far, remain a lont
I ne same though many look for an
increase, which, however, will not beii-
tit growers In all fjim-s, as a gKMl
iHjrliun of the l!o crop estimated by
some at one-ha If has been sold- ,
There are few inquiries for bop
now, the market apiiarvntly being in
a waiting iikmmI, but Immediately after
tLe election, it Is esiMvted.. the .'crop
will move at good figures, provided the
ehn-tiou ges right.
Tlie Yakima Vash.
0-iolHr 2th, discussing
kef. says: 1
tlie -hop mar-
"Tli twp market this week lias lieen
unite active, reiiorts placing tl, niim-
Iier of Itales transferred at o-er 'Jtnm
i ntern (t-frnt Is the pievaiiiiig pm-e
for HKiiiv hops and that price has
lieen steaily ftr tlie -whole WH'k. Chas.
'ariH'UteT lNiughr the S. B. Hughe &
Son. Itj 1. Morrison. Hack -tt and
Davidson hops, aggregating :ta bales
at ! cents, for all but one lot, and
that at 14 cents. "Hughe a & Son had
a Unit KSH bales. C. S: Meade, of the
school section, sold hi entiro crop of
TUMt 1 laies at 14 cen t s. Ot her sales
werer.W. F. Ward, ri bales at 15
cents; Dan Kinney, no bale at 14'
iH'iits; .Ed.' Rowland. hahs at 144
tents, and Fred Rowland 50 Uilcs at
the sjime prleo: F. K. IEsciwk shipiKil
tlw three cars he sold in the East last
week, yesterday; Charles Anderson, of
Tampico. get 15 tvuts for his bops.
It is understood that almnt 5tK bales
changed hands in tlie 1'iiyallnp coun
try last week, and that ther.are still
almnt io.tx.lO liales left.- The price
there has been alxmt the same as
Valentine Ixiewl. the New York hop
dealer, in his Priwlneers I'rice Current,
under date of Octoler 27th, says of
the hop market:
Re?eipis for weVk....... ....
Re4eipr from Sit. 1.........
Receipts -same ttuie 'last year.
Exports to Europe for week..
ExiHirts from Sept.
Exjiorts s.ime time
Inuiorts for week..
ImiKirts from Sept.
lniisrrs same time
year. . . 505
Tliere 1 a steady
expansion of the trade in the local
market. Exjiorters fill most of their
orders iu tlie Interior and brewers are
not taking hold, as freely as might be
expected in view of the advance and
heavy buying in the Interior. - Tlie
higher eost of the good arriving,
coupled wiih tlu firm attitude: of
grower, liave strengthened the views
of the selling interest, and clioice state
and -Paeille -onst hops are quotable at
ISfJtlOc.: tlie lower grades wlMn sold
go at bHVie. geiKTally. Tliere is
also a little stronger feeling In the
Ust of the 'JRI hojis. a few Paeilics
selling at 14Vlil5c. Older growth
work out slowly. Increased buying
has boon reported iu the interior of
this state all the week, and at lietter
prltesj the extreme range of values
has been 14l.Hc.. with 4 he bulk of the
business at 15Vtl7e. On the Pacific
coast buying Iki lieen heavy at
KIc. latter for very choice bops. Ion
dou 'advices indkate onlv a moderate
demand, but' a gradually liardening
market.j Accordtjig ro the Itrewer
Journal the estimate of the English
rrop vary from 37,s0 cwts, to 333,
State 1000 choice per lb lm$
State Rnh. fair to prime. ...HVftlfra
State 1K. choke to prim'3. .14Col5
State 1WI!. gooil to prime. .. .12fri 13
tatel, common to fair. . .lOffi HVa
Pa. Coast, V.H choice. .....ISftr 10
Pa.-Ciasf, 1000, fair to prime. KKi'l'Mt
Pacific Coast. 1H!!I. choice. ...14fi 15
la. Coast. 1K!K. goml to prime. 121 13
Pa. Civtst. 18!rj. ioor to fair.. Will
State and Pa. Coast, 1S0H. .. . .Ve 0
State in ml Pa: Coast, old old. . '2ft 5
PITY AND BEAUTY
; The most beautiful thing,
in the world, is the baby,
all dimples and joy. The
most pitif ul thi ng is that same
baby, thin and in pain.
; ; The dimples and joy have
gone, and left hollows and fear.
It i fat that is gone; gone
with it, comfort and color and
curve; all but pity and love.
j The little one gets no fat
from her food: has had none
for , weeks : she is living on
what ; she had stored in that
plump little body of hers.
She. is starving for fat; it is
death; be quick!
" " Scott's emulsion of cod-liver
oil is the fat she can take. It
will save her.
We'll scad yae a little to try Uyoa like. n
SCOTT ft OWE,ro9 IaarIaoeet, w Yark?
TWO NEW OFFICERS.
Appointed by Colonel Yoran; for, the
i Fourth: Regiment, O. :N. O. .
Eugeni. Nov. 2.-Ordera have lieen
issued from the headunartera of the
Fourth -Regiment. O. N. .. appoint
ing Dr. M. i. MK'orkle. of Woodburn.
Assistant SnrgHMi. and C B- inu.
of Allwuy. Signal Officer, on the regi
mental -Staff. -' ' ' vr-'
Itoth of these new staff officer liave
had v military service,; and are well
qualified to fill tlie offlces to which
thev are aiHsiinleU. lr. Mit-orKie is
a voting ptivs;emn or Hotwuuru, nun
has lieen tv inz an enlistment lulf,fk wi the liesr twjell.le kind
(Vmipnuy D. of ihat place, and iveryan juvestment. Supiese you had
n ..k:ilA ami awalti 1 A IT'l i a - . t . ' J.a
Mr Winn is well known throughout
the Mate, being at present Supervlsou
of the Census in thv First D.strlet.
He is a man of good business qualifi
cation, and lia many friend where-
ever be is known. II is military experb
ence wa gaineil in old Company F.
Second Regiment. O. N. G in which
he servel wveral years. "
Orders have been received by Jhe
Fourth Regiment looking the In
provement of the sddiers In the skill
ful use of tlie rifle, which has been
hopefully looked forward to for aome
time past. Tlie orders. provide for the'
construction of a rifle range at tne
station of each company, the snin or
$5o ! cing allowed each company for
the purpose- After the ranges have
been secured ami put In condition for
service, ammunition amounting to 100
round per inan .b to lie Issued. Each -officer
and enlisted man Is required
to practice on the range, with tlie ob
ject of securing the highest iossIble ;
rscores. - Those who do not come up
to a certain standing are to lie consid-i
ereil subject to peremptory discharge
from the service.
; At Eugene the two companies and
fiel.L staff and land will oilr can
strnct one range, combining their al
lowance. The regimental insmtor
of rifle practke I ordeml to suiter
intend the , location and construction
of all ranges for the regiment, but as
there Is, a vacancy in that office in the j
Fourth Regiment, the Adjutant haa
lieen; ordered to ossmue the duties of
kli.it! office, in addition to his own. !
! It WH1 not Ire practicable to do much
in 4 ins line luring tne rainy momns.
but I wMh the oieuing of spring tlie
work will lie carried out thoroughly
DIVORCE. A. decree of divorce was
grafitod in the case of Mrs. Mary Reu
nie against L. O. Reunie amLthe cus
toIy of tlie two children was award
ed to 4be plaintiff. San Diego, Gal..
I'nion. JThese pa.rth's were formerly
residents of Salem.)
THRII'T AND PEXURIOUSNESS.
- (Br Irudenee Wintergreen.l
"I should like." said the man with
the broad, benevolent forehead .-arid
tlw slightly worried eyes, "to be aide
to s)m-ikI live dollars occasionally with
out thinking twice or even three times
a Unit it. That la my idea of the use
of money-j-to save us painful, pinching
"I am willing to think .hont the five
dollars." said tlie pretty girl. S4ime
what timidly,; ftr live dollars is a
large sum and 1 seldom Send so
much at one time, lint'-1 should like
to lie able to spend two dollar with
out considering It. That's aliout what
It costs to take another girl to lunch
eon. , I .want ; to lie able to do that
without economizing and calculating.
Aud the same sum pays Tor the oc
casional carriage and the occasional
theater ticket and the o-casional book.
I ilon't want to do It every day. I
think once a week should lie enough.
That would give me the feeling of
fwetlom from eraniplmj conditions
that I want."
"Now I am willing." said the elderly
irl with the sharji features, decisive
ly. J'to think; almut verj- fifty centji
that I sKud. I find (hinging about it
a protitaiile ami a virtuous act. lit.
fact, thre is hardly any sum till you
get down to the di nies that I ani-jjot
willing lo conskh-r seriously lief ore.
disbursing. Rut the thing I cannot
U'ar is having to think aliout the mon
ey 1 have HjM'iit after I have siwnt It
to think alwMit it with regret ami
questioning. My thiHry," sahl the 1
derly girl, who had, indel. many the
ories, is that true economy consists
In getting an object for your mouey
that will satisfy you when It is achiev
ed. 1 heard an eminent divine once
say that to lie. economical after this
fashion is to place oneself in line with
a Creator who puts into every , grass
stent no more fcflica than it needs lo
hold Itself erect; that one should make
every expenditure not or money only.
but of time, of life, of vitality return
one the utmost posstiue amount or
satisfaction of whatever sort one may
IN KCCKIllg. 1 III) 1111 1.1 lllllll, HI
economize in the satisfactions. for the
sake of saving the pence I penurious-
ness, unless, of course, cne is econo
mizing in a. lesser satisfaction in order
to indulge In a greater at some other
time. Making an adequate "provision
for one's old age Is the commonest ex
ample of one of these greater satis
factions to which the less must often
be sacrificed; and spending for other
people is. of course, another." . Tier
elderly, girl stopped somewhat oat of
breath and looking provoklngly as If
nobody could posUy contradict her.1
I was brought up, said the pretty
girl, "always to ask myself liefore I
liought a thing If I could iiossibly ilo
The - benevolent-looking man's fin
gers lightened around his pocket -liook.
"I should like to have leu your father,
my dear, he murmured under ills
breath. , '"
"Your parents. said the elderly
girl, "shoukl have accomplished that
valuable and ttsef nl Instruction with
a series of lesson upon the thing
which a human leing cannot iossibly
do without;; as 'item, religiou Instroc
tion; Item, i a iiowing acqnalntamv
with leauty;Item. a knowknlge of the
great thoughts of the past. EveryUvly
knows that, we must have food and
clothing and shelter-In due measure,
but many people assume that the pul
Hc schools ;can satisfy a human ; lie
Ing' a lutelleetnal needs while the de
mand of tbe spiritual and the aesthet
ic nature are left totally unconsider
ed.. ' ;""' -'-
"Don't you think. said the pretty
trl "aliout people's aesthetic nee 1
now, tliat they are often gratifying
them by nnrchases which we supjiose
am meant as a salve to then vanity
r afmnlv for the ends of usefulness?
I knew a poor woman once who fell
in loye with one of t1ioie Smyrna mats
wiih Dewey head In a frame aud
crossed flags on it. Slie sareM -her
money for three month to bnx- oue
and I am quite sure she let the dog
gnaw a lone on the old om. so a lo
pe aure It : was erly Ioieles, you
know. That ma would have killed you
in fire, minutes, buf it nrwant every
thing that was liandome to he
Now ought such piplo to lie taught
to indulge their 9ethetk(tastest when
it 4 just no much money - wasted 1
Wouldn't it lie better if tliey only
liought the thing Hiey. really had to
have? Itecanse then they would I
sated from makiug many hideous
purchases, you kuow." '
-How are yon goiug b bach them
to do it If" askel the IxMievolent-looli-Ing
man. . - '-- '., - .
"If the woman (soul was satlsfled.
aald the ehk'rly girU -then that $2.50
.(wasn't tliat what thos atrocities
sjend your iiennle tu suit my taste?
Where would come In the due allow
ance of happiness for the expenditure
that you ougbt-to' receive.' .
-It wouldn't come in anywhere,
said the pretty girl decisively.;
The fact is, said the elderly girl
"that we must all go our owu gaiu
How would Providence and our fel
low meii know 1mw to size us up If
we made another's taste our rule?
Tell me what you buy and I will tell
you what you are, 1 a true saying,
for we buy what we Tove if we can
and what we love we are. It's all
very simple Limitation of taste I a
imitation of character. Limitation
of. purse only serves to show more
clearlv what our real natures are. for
those who must economize only buy
the thing they cannot; live without.
Thus. In the end. the necessity for
economy is the greatest invisible bless-
Inir. for to Have great iwssions in
the shane of alien article with which
we have no sympathy and for which
we have no aumiration. i noining less
than a curse." "
i Ohf sighed the pretty girt "How
I well-that soumlsr
A WONDERFUL FARM.
Cnnaila lioast of one of the most
wonderful farms 'In the world. It
peculiarHr He in the fact that every
thing I worked by electricity. Two
waterfalls" within the Unmds of the
farm, some slaty feet and.iso feet
Itigii. furnish the 'motive liowef, a
niral p-owerdious Udng chkmciI
i near, and the current is iransiiiiucu
I iv wires to every available idaee on
the farm. ' .
Village Blacksmith Savi-d His Little
Sou's Life. I
Mr. II. II. Rlack. the well known vil
lage blacksmith at t'rahamsville, Sul-
iivan Co., N. Y., Kays: "Our lit!le!son,
five .year old. has always U en nh-
ject to croup, and so bad have the at
tacks Ikumi that we have feared.-many
ii iihs that lw would die. We have had
the diH'tor and used many medicines,
hut Chamlverla ius Cough Remedy is
now our sole reliance. It seems lo dis
solve the tough mucus and by giving
frequent dose when tlie eroupy symii
tonis appear we have foutid that the
dreaded croup is cured liefore it gets
stthl." There Is no danger in giving
thjs remelyfor it contain no opium
or other Injurious drug aud may lie
given a confidently lo a baU as to an
adult. For sale by F. O. -Haas. lrug
gist, Salem, Oregon.
SENTENCED FOR LITE.
MRS. MINNIE CROCKETT COMES
TO THE PENITENTIARY.
She. -Asserted Her Innocence When
Judgment Was Pronounced ' Upon
Her at Pendleton.
PEN I LETON, Or., Nov. 2. M rs.
Minnie Crockett was sentenced to tlie
state iienitentiary for Jife this after
noon, by Judge Ellis. -for tlie murder
of her husliand. When asked If she
had anything to say liefore sentence
.was passed, Mrs. Crockett said: :
"Ve sir, I di. I wlsll to say that I
am innocent of this charge; that I am
in yo.ur lwntls. a lielpless woman."
An apfieal wiH le made.
' fRNtENCET) TO DEATH.
Peniilelon, - Nov. 2. 'Tills evening
Coluiiihia Ueorge and Toy Toy, wer
scntenc-l , to tleath by hanging on
Decotulier 21st, for "the mnrder of
Annie I-atirie, an Indian woman.
A ONE-SIDED OffER.
HEARSTS REWARD FOR FP,AUDS
AT THE ELECTION.'
miel Onl.v to MemU-rs of the Dem-
oeratle CIuIm Tliey Will Not
NEW YORK. Nov. 2. W. tt. Hearst,
president of the National Association
of iH'iiiwratic Clnlw, has issued a
sta;emeiit to the 2.rsuH meniUrs of
those organixathins, in whk-li he of
fers $lmsi reward for the arrest and
eouvk tion.of iHrsin guilty of altering
ehn-tiou return and $.KSsi reward'for
tlw first person telegraphing him in
formation of this cliaraclcr which may
lead to such a ouvktion. In part
flte statement says.
' "Every organization In symiathy
with the Democratic cause must at
onee pkk reliable volunteer to fight
fraud and Intimidation at the iolls.
Notlring must lie left to accident. No
pulling place in the country should lie
left without Intelligent and courag
eous citizens, prepared to resist every
form of . political cheating, overt or
Tlt officers of all Democratic Clubs
and committees, whetlh-r state ir hw-al
ar, hereby warned or (ii? danger
which confronts our free Institutions,
and are urged to take Immediate
steps to man all the voting precincts
with linn who know the law and
bare Intelligence and determination
enough to defend 11k baliot-Ux
against corrupt :n nnd coerc'lm In
spie of everything.
"In onler toj emphasize the Import
ance of this voiunti-er servi'v bv; the
I ernocratlc . organizatkius the . presi-1
dent of the National Assockition ofi
rxMiiocra tic Clubs hereby offers to
give Uai to any meniU'r or memliers!
of the nssoc-atkn who may furnish
proof leading to tlie convktion of any
clc-iio?! orficeror offlcerwi'or other-per--soti
of a criminal alteration of th
I'restdeiit'al elwf ion returns, or - of
fraudulently counting in w counllng
on Iretdential votes. This snm of
Its O will lie paid in tlie case of each J
conviction. - - j
-As an additional Incentive to vigI-(
lance and ironipt acthn. the presi-,
dent of the National Association, of .
IVmocratk Clubs will pay "1000 for
the first lnronnat:on lea i ng- to a
convktion. ; -.'.'. .."
"The work of the Democratic- rolan
teers throughout tlie nation must lie
O ver-Work Weakens
CniealtHj KlJncjs Make torure Blooi.
ai the blood In your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
blood purifiers, they fil
ter .out the waste or
Impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they (ail td do
their work. '
Pains, aches and rheu
matism come from ex
cess cf uric acid in the
blood, due to neglected
kidney trouble. . i
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsieacy
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, Jiidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
ail constitutional diseases have their begin
ning la kidney trouble, i
If you are tick ycu can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect cf Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy la
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases;
, , i. i. . i .it
ana is scea on its mcni re r
oy ail orugisis in miy-fr: r-'-a-j rfc.i;'
VCRl ftliu uiitT-uuiteu a-ft ; r - - ' ' -f-
ex. You may hve a
- - r '
sample bottle by mall Hootaof sammeHme.
free, also pamphlet telling you how, to find
out If you have kidney or; bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Du Kilme
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y. 1
practical and aggressive. AUve all
things, it must lie fwompt. : Election
day -omniittee Klioiild U at once or
ganized to wupcrvlse and direct tin
energies of the vd lift leer .workers at
the jsills. lawyers should be con
sulted. These -ominitncs should in
stantly comniunl.xite 1 by telegraph
with the prcTtUletit of the National As
sociation of Iieiimernifie dubs when
fraud is discovered. The -volunteer
at the poNs' should stand tjieir ground
and yield 110 isiitit. Iu every prtvinct
(he Volunteers should JK-e to it that
no uuqualiihd voter I Is , allowed to
cast n vote ami that the return tally
exactly with the whole nnnilier of
vol.s cast. ' 1
Tf'is nation can outlive Imiierlal
isin,!t can outlive trusts, it can out
live false financial tlHsirk', It can out--;
live-militarism," but it cannot outlive
the corruption if its citizens. No cit-"
izi'ii can lest tiiHin a purcha-sei-I elec-;
torate. This qm-Ktion N the mipr.nue
qeestion of the hour. - It overshadows ;
and eiignlf other Issues, present or
l0 E'S RAVEN IN, CHINESE.'
It w ems. says the 1oiidon Outlook,'
that Pm's "Raven," like gnniMiwdcr
and SiM tac!e, was .inventeil in Chi
na - "thousand of years ago." At any
rate, a Chinese po.ni. written about
lmi It.,"., Uars a mote or les strik-;
ing resemblance of the "never more"
efTttsion. Here Is a translation of the
One day. when the sun Was declin
ing, a fuiilao (lew Into my room, and,
perching In the "corner where I was
wont to .sit, appeared to be quite at
hone. f '
This siiange. uncanny thing coming
to a-iswiate witli me. I Wondered
what m!ght be th reason:
" Opening a Uxik lo ss'k 11 solution of
the mystery, the oracle responded:
"When 'a wild bird enters a dwelling
it portend 4 he human occupant 'must
I ventured -then to Interrogate- the
iird IIm If:
"If l am to go forth, pray tell me
won iier. 11 to ix'iier routine, au
iioinice it to me; if to deeper calamity,
iiuike known the worst and shorten
nit- suspense." '
Tlie bird raised its head anl flapped
Its wings; It- mouth eonld not artlc
1'la.le f word, but It heaved a sigh,
and I ventured lo Interpret Its mean
ing: "AH things." It seemed lo say, "are
revolting In a whirlpool of change.
Tlny go and return, but th.'lr trans
forieation no words can express.
Cood often springs from .'111, and evil
lurks iu the midst of goo.l. Joy
sorrow tiuet at the same gate;
and weal together dwel!."
The author was one Kia' Yl,
Iranslator I IhKtor Martin, a well
known Ametlcan resident at IVkln.
THE I RICH LOSE A Hi LIT Y TO
The wealthy smn Ux-o me satiated
and fall vk'thn to ennui. which 1
worse than weariue. HfH"1 them- In
(heir UiXes at I he oK'tu. 'ltelow tliein
and above them enthtisiasni runs riot
whtti De Reszke or Seiiihrlcii slugs.
They applaud lruignldly with dainty
fan ujHiu the ghm-d hand. They do
lr because they think it 1 exjHvteil of
IhctiK hut -their eyes do not light up.
the color does not -com: into -their
ciieeks. lU'lr ; Uisoms do not swell
with emotion. No; , they - aiv llred
1 hey are worn out. thejr have got it
through too miM-h, oiid even inuxlc
cannot ' Move thetn. Tliey- rt'ally are
to Ik iiitied. In jjie' highest gnll.-ry
sit men and women who get ." inueJi
more out of tlie music than these"eo
ple. They get delight; ami of delight
tho.-e who have too much are soon ln-capalde.-Jfhn
Cllmer ,Speel ffi the
Novemlier Woman's Home Comjuinion. -
"i.VW'UtllZ VVINT s
boiw ane poor luok-. -
In barn... to th
worst kind of a cuca
iMnauuo. - - v
noCenlr nakMithehanxa and tb i
hor. UmUc ttrttvr. hnt BMm tl
hwUer aott and nMM-, put It, In cm-
a M-f.km 1.
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