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WEEKLY OREGON STATESMAN, : FitmAY, xovEMnnn V iw.
GOLD KBL1 DETROIT
BICH Ffsp MADK. bt . A tocAI8
Trlss stalls r Talaaltle Or Lytmg Opea ud
Claims Are Betas; Staked by lis
.; - ' J ' ' Resident. ' r C-
tFrom P.nlly Statesman. Nov. t.
('old Waring, ore.' mountains ! of '; it,
tarying iu Talne from! low grade- to
extremely. rich, lias lmi found a ft ir
leihx from Detroit. In t J eastern part
of Marion t-ouuty, and a nuinlrer ;of
-lalui.-i ha vcalreadylMen" .staked by
eager Seekers, for ' rfc-lMi-V I I .-'.- -.
A whom si men t lis ago, while mo
iilug i-onie I",n! a Unit -ne and a hair
mile from fbe .tow-To." petrolt,-' WY J.
SmUh':;o.iJi,asx fus-d lo mark. ;As
he was' In a hurry at the time luv d.d
not sioy to JnVevtlsate :: the iajsc.
loiter, "however, Le again visited the
kiii, place, and discovered frte uii'.U
iuk ore uxx-jyiug .miii er toil. Tli I
was some little .ihue; igo, and it lias
len ke;t very juleu !
Of lat tte, matter of the find
1 akeil -vtit, : and further proiMtaig omtriot leaued forwartl listening
reHttlteil In brhiKlna to light mueu i i,.'"'Bt,,v lmt wnl1 uuutoveil exire
rietaer ore. whieh is now- lieluar a.a v-: f,u- 1 ' t
ed. Tlie iniuen founl are atmilar to
the Tread well mW i In AJaxka. i...t
l1ge but mountain, and ruu alM,ut foare-haIrel men. who spoke, rapidly
ix mile inikugth. and tkree-inarrers . wltn a J"?l? of aet-ents that wutHhM
of n-mile wide. Twenty-cLtlimt- hate! r-i'ln.flHjrllile to the -.peetator,' hut
tu takTt. whim' thlrty-tlve men WPiel'l"il' had the effect of causing an
pro?eetJug the dintriit Alouday w.tagr. though f$ubdtte1. buzz of com-
good n -H. Smith & Sniitu w.ll i
put .In luacliiiK ry as wx.u ax the ntvs?
fary arrauseiiieutH can I- mailt.
If late pro$yfKMH sIkmiNI derchip tlK
liclwH, promised by the tirt flnds, ihe
proietH are very 'tlatt-irug. and u
gold exefciemeiit nf no mean roor
tlon a Khmdike on a kimmII seal i
certain , to' result. I
We rfiind Ifk; for every par-kage
of I'u t nam Flele Iy that falU
to give .itifartion. - Monroe
Oi.,,ruionviJk. Mo. , Sold by Dr. i
Stones lrug Storea.
DIMISC Or A YOtiNC UG1S14T0B.
Hon. Johan Yoiuig .of A.storia. Mein-
r of Hie Uotise in lt. Suo
cttiuh.-t ; tu Cohtfumptioa.
iKroii"1aily Sialvsuian. Nov. 7.)
lion Johau 11. Young, tlu babj-"
ii'eiilcr 4f tlw 18m Iegislature, and
m father of tw law protecting elks
in Oregon for Um next ten yearx. xti'-
etuelMil . to couxiiuiptiou. at Klanuitu
Fa tlx. on laxt Friday. ; The follow. iig
acctJinrt of.Jiix life and death Jx taken
from the Axtorlan'of laxt Siitlrdayt ;
"1 Ion. Join n l-:ilxwortli Young, of
llrlx city. dieil "of - conxumptioll at
KUiioitlj Fulix at j-5u'C cIo-k laxt
evening: lit wax ottnekid ii Satur
day hixt with licmorrhage, which con-
llumxl ni Intermit lent er;odx till hix
W ath, -'ills xlbr.'dai. left tlihx city
c.u WetluexHar venig'b go to hint,
and exMcvd to reach Klamath Fal.x
at ! oVlot k laxt evening ami until xhe
ix heant 'I'Mjut no t'trefinlte- arrang
ii'i ntx tx to Um funeral can Ih ntadi.
The reuiain "yill in brought here for
InteriiMiit. ' -'. ievevii,r and' the '-an
tiounceineiit of it- funeral will be
. mad- l:rc, ,: -.
"The dHeaed wax born ill tli'x city
and he wax the on of Mr. and airx.
It nj. Young. He wa !." yearx of ge
and wax n-fnioiiate of Waxhintgon &
Ie -'College '.in t xington. yJrginia.
where he studied law. He -wax one of.
the ' yottiigext' xtmbnilx to graduate
from llutt inxtltmlon and wax nd
mittedto tlie bar of- Oregon 'at the
age of l'l. . He ;rrirexentd thix d;.t
triet at the last xexxiou of the state
LeirbUatere i 1W and wax deputy
district "-attorney hre ftr a mriol of
one '.Ve.ir.'' IIr"wa 'engaged 1n the ex
(ietx of hix pmfexxion in thix city tip
to flve.weckx ago. 1w- on account of
liix weaknexx of liix lungx be wax.com
Iele!d to ieek . a 'higher altitude flnd
went to'. Klamath" Fall "with the'in
t cut ion wf locating; there permanently,
ax hix lteatth xJmmimi! mm-li lu'Ketittfd
by the. ciianjie. A'cwrding to lelt:-rx
re-'eivol from . him ' Um' buxinexx out
look theie wax very favprable for him
ami he Wemed to le getting lwtter
Irt lieal(li and tin iu wx of Mx i'luexx
can' ax ;t verv i'reat xlnvk to" hix
IMonle ond -wax followed laxt evening
by the telegram annxMinCiug hix death.
"He was a. young mail of x-dt'nd.d
Ability. Ixtbvax a lawyer and an ora
tor, aitai wax very )xpnlar in tlu com
mitnitv which will Job! hix pareutx n
sint eri lv - mourning hix untliue'y
death."' ; - Jav. r.;j. ".;"- ;; -.-
VUl, fti:iV APPI.KS. One lit: ml red
lioxet- of 15-t.dwn applex. grown In the
viciuitj;. of Saleni. ?were xhippeil, to
Foi Hand- yxterdav for ther, I'ort'and
market. Tin y wvre takeu. down by
the O. C. -T. Co'x steamer yesterday,
and " were xaid to l fine xfieclmenx f
Orejion'x big red applex. ; ."-
. t YTcn tv nnr.iC- KiMriff J. n.
Van .Omtuhv of -I'olk .county, tch
pioiieil to Chief of Police I- W. t.ib
xou Ltxt niglrt. T4ncstlng hira to ar
rext aud hold a young fellow by the
tiame of Bovdxton from Independence,
lie Ix wanted to answer a charge of
forgery ptTpn red agalnxt him by pat
Ih-x at liuleiiidtm e..i A few minute
arter reevi vlng tlie mexxage. f Chief
f lUisou-. lo AIM hi man and landed
III in iu the-eHy Jail where he wid re
main uiit'd SheriH Van Orxilah takex
him hi charge. tblx morning.
how. a sTKiiH: is .o'ntiA x i z k i .
Ax Jii.-lJ'. leadilv be imagine.!, sayx
FLirl W. Ma.vo. in Frank I'xl.e"x lop
idar 0.1fBthlyfoJ.Xovemler.: it ix-iw
....u.. t.wt .i iit-imiiize --the dxconlani
elenn ni irVireOtlng a dozen diffei
en t na tiomti l iFx 1 1 n : a a , la l4r .on.
In iriwliv U le -Ix-en found. mxex
xary: to:f itrm " tinioiut oit the linex of
la ugna ne.-'A niong: t lie employ eex of
a single co!tianT tbere will , Ix font 1
an - Kuglixu; xea-kfng: tinion,' an Ital
ian union, a Magyar unton.'and per
haps UalfTa Pzen olWrx. Tl'.einnee
ingx ri ftvparat. unless tte,proiHK.il
for a strifes runs; for unittnl aetioikaud
oblige -tbea to imet toireiher. - .
" It ii ditlictilt. to. imagine, any .scene
more iiicttirextiBc am! dramatic than
oik of these union meetings, where
different-, and ordinary, dis.-or.lant
l. are' "gathered under. , a single
riwif xnd for a, single pnrrixt. Tl:e
dav before the 1tir strike was ordeied
I attended wicb a meeting a few miles
outside of Hazleton. Six different
organization were renrexented nn.l
- 1'roeeeding were carried on In
.iinrDi -tongues English, "Mag
yar. Bohemian. Polbd. Lithuanian and
Italian. - The district president of the
United Mine Workers an truiimin
jby the nnj-was present, ami wa the
coni:uiiuig spirit of the assembly. ni
active part in the proceedings.; now
ever. was confined to giving hi In
structions to the heads of the differ
ent onions, all of whom spok English.-,."
.- i ; . -, ;, ,;;: ;;
When tlie -meeting-had lieenU-ahed
to order, the proposal .to join the
strike came tip for "discussion. First
of all a few of the English-speaking
treu gave tin ir opinions pro and. eon
In awkward and ungraiumaticaL but
terser -a ad ; common-sense stieeehes.
When- they: had Iruished.-and !efoie
th cjnestioii wax put to vote. the
Magyar and Bohemian leader ;roc
and explained, each in bis owu. tongue
the object .of ' the nif et in s. Workmen
froin'the natktialitlex wlik-h ihey rep
resented tlw-n adilreoe.1 thtne-'tingl
stnvfr advtM-arins: and some vonnosing
the strike. Tliey were in stroug'con
traint to the pievion- sneikers. Ilrav
Hy built aud iHluwjpru'tttTam-e. th.-y
p'toke". lelilK-ra uljr, 'Ibe liarsh." eon
suiiant aitents of their natlv tongut.
juinctitating thetr rtTnarks with
Tlw anie prot ess was followel with
!'oe and IJtheanLtus. sfal"-rt.
"" humiur. invir icuow-eounirynM o
Then catiH the turn of the Italians.
and Itefore their chairman had finish
ed his explanatory remarks a dozen
ardvtit and gestietita ting men were on
llM-ir feet all 'talking at -once In the
wift-!lowing . iMech of tht sunny
fatherland. riMnriug out a torrent , ef
worn which tl-e chairman wat- m-
teVIy enable to tttein.
In to the cht-le'of. apat-e left in the
; t-enter of the rotm tuddenly bound d
man who quickly ttilcnced the otheri
aDI .hiimel Hi ntleutlou of ih
whole asK ml.Jav' liy hi.H iut'taasioued
lutrangne. lie was a man of thirty,
itiessed in tlie rtuigh jcaii of tin min
er ami wearing a pair of da i -coin red
glas--e over his ey-. but with a face
that ximwed intt-Uigenci 1 aud eluca
tin. It wan ImiMMxilrie- even for tliose
of tix who -could not umhi-xtand Wx
wordx not to feel tlw force if the fl:ry
xi ream of Invective and apial whk-h
iHtured faxter and ever faxier from
hix lhx. Whatever one might think
III-I lltil lit'. : Hiia U Ul ill III IH JJl
u-eau ability. I learninl afterward
that he wax a man of uuiverxliy edu
cation, and that he wax telling hix
ft IIowx f tlie glorioux dayx s wlMn
their forefatherx were the xtrougext
nation in the world.-urging t hem jto
Ih worthy of i!m grain! traditionx .of
their race. Ax he went on h tiirew
liix hat Uoa the floor and nnconxci
tusly, reachetl toward hix lioot, wlu-re
I lie Italian ; car r lex : hix ever-tedy
wraiwn. Not for an Instant did ' !u
falter in hix xiieech, which flowed like
the-riixhing of a mountain lorreut.
ami .1 have never Feen a JIner example
of frenzied eltirenc. . ? i
Tlw effect of hix oration wa re
markable. Not only did it .bring ,the
andieniN to their feet with cries I of
approval and exciteil gexhirex. but
it held every man in the room xneil
hotlnd. xo evident wax the tenor. If
not the exact wording of hix xiHech. I
Frank Ix-xlie x I'opniar Monthly, i 3
Tlie latest Yarn f I
A Pittsbnrg drummer tell this new
yarn: I always carry a lottle of
Kemp's Iialxam In ray grip. - I take
cold easily and a few dose of the J
Balsam always makes me a well
man. Everywhere I go I speak .a
good word for Kemp. I take hold
of my customers f take old men
and yoniig men and tell th,em con
fidently, what I do when I .take cold.
At druggists, 25c and 50c ;
WHAT A WOMAN CAN PO.
'" A rccnt writer, who !s nonetinn:
ablv :. man. tlMMigh of ari niinxually
olxerving turn, pays a compliment to
tlie weaker sex. tlMUigh be d.xibtlexx
diM'x not intend it.wlien he x;iyx:
A ina n never thinkx. of a toothbrush
as anything but a Joothbrttsh. lmt a
woman knowx its ctMllesx capabilities.
If a window frame rattles at night
xlie wetlgex it wkth a toothbrush. If
s1m is suddenly reinirxl to stjr a iloxe
of medicine in a gUtxx and a siMwn s
not nt hand she' nroni'itly uses i tlu
tiMihbrush handle. S1m has even Ikwu
known to use it to lMixni the nwiUl iu
a flower pot. ami In extietoe cases h
can driv In tin tacks with the fame
useful article, '!
Then theie Ix the hairpin. The uses
to which, ft woman can put a hairpin
are almost innumerable. Imm?x a cork
find itx way-ti the bottom of a vial?
A woman -will Immediately spear H
with a hairpin and extract it. poes
she wish to liore a small hole , in a
liee of wood? She will heat a hair
idn and burn tin hole out with neat
ness and priH-ixion. WHh n liairbrnsh
ntdesx It happens to have a silver
back, she feels able to drive In the
largest nail, to punish the n mi t vigor
ous small lTi aml'fto convert lnmp
xugar into the tiiie-d f of iowileiel
suaar. - :? '-...,' ' -'y -...:-;';- '''"-'
She can make an cxe, hnl hamnier
with the beet of : her Ixxd end can
ecnvert-n cqseknife into an eHeieut
screwdriver. If woman knew th"
process of building a lnat irde infgt
Is east axlwre on an nnhihab'.led Is
land with nothing but a hairpin, a
tixdhbmsh and an ordinary sized Imtoi
and within a month she wouM tun
out a sea wort h v loaf In w hich she
would escape tot civtliaration. 1 .
MANY PHFNns. Nrt.- sventv
carloads of prunes have Ken shipix-tl
from Salem this year ami mere re
maiiix qnite a ixmsitlwa hie amonnt
yet" tie sh!pieL Thi Willamett'
Valky Prune Association Lx at work
with A large force iMieking prunes in
Ixixex for ! sliipmeiit to 1Im Ilnxtem
market. They are sending out iJmmix
and Wxcx tiearing I heir lalxd.
wlrich will glv Oregon fruit a great
advcftlxerrienf In tjie East wlie.e it I-t
ti'J unknown to the great majordy
of the ie.p. The Asx4ic:atkin i
xend'u" out two or . three: raiIoax
every dav of the finest pminex Hint
were ever sh:p!e.l from Oreoo.
TwIcea-AYeek Statesman ? 1 .a year.
' . v T0 ?era aro this lammtr I vu tn miwrabU eondltSon m Um remit
of baitl wort. I ni completely ran down, pal and Rising flaab. and so
ssrvooa that I Mold not sleep or even ret rest. It was dreadful to go to bed
at night aU wars out and lie awake (or hours with nervousness. If 1 did
" WM w up In the morning as tired as when I went to bed.
"My bead troubled me stiwt deal. too. both with pain and dlxzlnesa.
ir I stooped oyer at any time Iwooid be so dixxy I could hardly ase or keep
Lro-mJiUl down. I was troubled somewhat with indigestion at this time,
bat the nerroasnes was the greater trouble. If I became a little excited my
bauds would shake so I could hardly hold anything in. them. 1 employed
our best physicians, but not one of them did me any permanent good.
I had; of coarse, read of Dr. Williams Pink Pills for Pale People, bat bad
netrer taken any of them till Mr. Robert Van Knren. of Jordan, recom
mended them to me so strongly, from his own experience with them, that I
rot some and before the first box was used up I began to feel that they were
doing me food. I kept on taking them according to directions and got from
them the only real, permanent benefit I have had from any remedy. It did
seem so good to get a night's sleep and to be refreshed by it. 1 am a firm
beUerer in Dr. WiUiams' Pink Pills for Pale People and I do. and shall,
recommend them to my friends. I generally keep a box la the boose to take
fa case 1 reel a little run down.? ;
- Jmu ftS, liXXh EliDT PAKCK, I Sprue StBingtuxwOon, Tf. Y.
m OTiams, f intc Fill
for Pale People
Ar aoM In boxaa (nrr In loose bulk) at M casts a box, or six boxes for St,M.snd may
be had of all druggists, er direct by mail from Xs Wiixiaibs Mmaiamm Co Mr am r.
T. x. . . v
CHINESE KlXOltAXCK. "
Oue of the delights of travel In
China is the innocent ignorance of
the people. They tliinfc themselves
tin most soph is t ica t txl - and hea ven
pulightened jieople on thix earth, and
xo make their naive'chiMislriuxx th
more engaging. They live very close
to tlie primeval superstitious, iind the
trxlx and ilevils. lKtwxn whom they
make little practical distinction, com
mand their. lMalthy. respect, tlur slfp-lK-r
IhMt inen stuck a bunch of Incense
stickx into tlie bank at the foot of
some lad rapids, to placate ih favor
of the spirit of tlie rapids, who. In
ileetl. jvnx xo far pleaxed as to let iis
ascend. Our bouse boat adhiiral laid
out an eJalnirate offering of chicken
and rice and soup and pork ami ehlck
f U-hlood mnl- lighted candles ax we
t nU red the North Ulver on our down
ward ioiiriiey. "What Is tliix . fir
t'aptalnV"' we askeil. "For 11m eifjoy
U'ent of tlie spirits y( tii' river." he
! unfed: "tliev are eating biilf th'.sac
ihice." Rut It Is all here xtiH." we
told hint at the close. "Well. h'i'rp
plied. "at least, the candles are
gone." Frank Ieslie'x Foiiular
Monthly for Noveniler.
Mr. S? A.
TO THH LAST. Wlien
Clarke was at Jeffvr-
sou ; the. other . day.
course , askctl after all, . the old
timers .that he hal known from
piouecr days: One of tlK- true nim
Jefferstni will always reimiuler .tnd
honor was Siuire Ioty. who dijl a
few nioiM'hx ago. . Mr. Clarke reiuem
1m re'd him wIku the Republican juirty
organized for the. first Uncoln cahi
luilgn, in 1WKV and it wax pleasant
to know that old veteran was true to
tlw last. State Senator IMney tohl
him that when tlM old veteran saw
the approach of death he showed uo
fear ond im regret. Me realiztl tftat
hix days for us4fulnex were over.
Said he; "I dou't care to live, for I
am not of any more use. and tlie loys
etui get along now without inc. but "I
would like to see tlie !th of Novem
Imt aud give one more vote for 'Mc
Klnley just to show that the Amer
ican xHpie liavn't any uxv for tlt-if
man Bryan, for there alut no good hi
Mm nor in Hemoeraey."
I.APfiH CANAL. W. J. Culver loft
yextertlaj- morning for Ristern Ore
gon where he will ' suiMMluieiid the
emixf ruction of a large irrigating ca
nal. The canal will fake itx water
from the Deschutes river, about six
ty inihx south of Prineville. Tlie ca
nal -will run ninety miles in an east
eily direction acrnsx -a barren tract of
torntry. T1k dIMi ha Ix'ea survcyixl
and a large force of men are on the
groun.1 rc-uly to lxsin work nHn Mr.
Culver" arrival. The lnt torn of the
ditch Ix to Ih 21 feet will?, and will
require an Immense amount of lalxrr
fo make the cau.iL Mr. Culver exieefx
to 1m jion? oliout six months.
BADLY PIKNKD.T1m little S-vear!
old danghter of Jolm'Mack who lives
on a farm alwnt omMnlf mile west
of Ktayton, was very srlously hnnied
Monday and her recovery for a time
wax regardd ax ihuibtful but It ix
now thought she will survive the In
juries received. She -wax with her
father and mother w!k were
diggiug fiotatoca mar lln house,
and ' wax left by 1m side
of a burning pile of bruxli lirfore
whk h she was warming ami fell into
the" fire. Her left Ide wax badly
Iwirned from head to foot. , I r. Brew
er, of Stay ton. wax calknl and did all
he could to rellwe the littk sufferer.
"Of course. Susan, Jf yon intend to
eet ruarrieil thls; ix your own li'isi
lexx." xahl the mttreKs! to the cfsok.
"bnjt -you liinstn't forget tlmt marri
agef ix n vTy sc-rions matter." "Yex,
ma'am. I know It is sometiniex" re-
iratkeil the domestic. "But m.iylie PHa
liave better luck than vou dkt.-i-TTt-
fiits..."; ---' " ''--:-'-' .-" J"'-vv"i'":.' ;' ,
Nearly 10.000 ton of rotato starrb
are turned ont anonally in this-eomi-try.
The. ffxtiiex u,l; for starch
at tlie xmoll nthl fnjureil owes of the
crop. Sixty bushelx of them yield a
Iiarrel of starch. --
TIm Molixte-I yon wish a ftJ
Fair CttiioBHT tllHsh;n.2HI hive
one atready that . I -am zi?d t-
a fuUliack on the ctillee kmiii. Cat-
ea&.' News. -:'' . ,:'.:'... .-',---V:,? -': .;. I
Friend Wliat Is yonr son tlo'.nz
now? - -' ;-' " ' "' ""."' ''
Ijilv-Ile ?s wriflns f.ir t'.e aiTi"
FrTend Dlu he is ilolnf lifeiary
work, is be? !
I July Well. I snnpose so. ?Ie soi:c
its -subxiTners and - when" ther pay
him the 'money -he writes for the p.-t-per
they want. Detroit Frte lr.s?."
rnopucTioN ani .'i-xpivipUAt.
Tine excuse ix sometimes given that
mfaxures whUdi jnctease the produc
tive ieapacity of tlie workman, throw
others 4nt of employment. This Is
the siime old charge tirat lias always
lxHn lroughr against lalHr-x:ivIog
machinex and methods, ami its al-
snrdlty has lMn proven. t(M often to
rei-elve much consideration here. It
should le well umlerMoixl that a. cer
tain amount of production is neces
sary to uniihtaui existence. That
amount varies in r;iortion to the
Inereas.. . in the population of tlie
woihl. and the advancement of ciyil-
iz:i tiou. Ax ."people - Imvouic mon clvil-
izd and enlighteneil their wan fx are
iiicreaxxl; to meet tlie increase there
must be a corres'ionding Improvement
in tlie methods of prtxiuction. Stop
that Improvement, and you stop civil
ization. Nature, working through the
avarice and ambition of man supplies
thix hnpr.jvenwnt. Tls time may
come when all lalior may lie paid ac
cording to its productive capacity.
Theoretically, that ix the onlj' just
method of, remuneration. It is plac
ing tin iiui-ter where It iMdoiigx. nu
dtr that iii.xorable law of nature
the survlvJ of flu fittest. All devel
opitient is 1u -that direct ion. ami ciun
fx titlon in manufacturing demands
It.; The oIsorvatK;e of this law din's
not require that tlie weak, should Im?
left to suffer: but ,iiKsius other than
the restraint of the fittest shmihl 1m
provide! f;cr their care. M. Cokely,
in; The Enj;irKering Magazine for No
vemlier. ; , -
IN PRItFKCT ACCOUH.
"L SHpnosl., ret'narekd the relative
who vas on a visit, "that you and
Henrietta agree perfect IyV"
I'Oli. yes. 'answered Mr. Meekton
afier a nioaitut's hesitation, "op some
isjiints. It was only thix morning that
I said the weather was extremely hot.
and Henrietta said she thought so.
too." Washington Star. , '
RMALLEIf FE1"T IN COUNTRY,
City Womenli Feet Are I.JirgeT As
phalt ami Stone Paveinentx Are
Sa!d to Ite ltesismxible for
A well known slioe dealer and man
ufacturer is authority for -the state
ment .that cit wouMn have larger
feet than their country - sisters and
the former's dioex average front one
to three sixes larger tlian the latter,
sit yx the Brooklyn lvagle.
Asphalt and cut stone pavements
are resiHiiixibh for thix difference Iu
tlx? sizt of women feet and it ix said
that; if a country Imuti and bred
woman who wears a No. 3 B shoe le
comex a Texideiit of the city IH afe.
to wagef tlnU iu half a )enr she will
Im wearing a HVi C 'ami at the end
of two or threw yearx xhe will not
try to get into anything smaller than
a No. . B. Tlie same peciiliarhjr lx
norleeil -with rgrd to men's, feet, but
ax n. rule men do not care so much
whsit s!w shoe tlMy wear. v j
T1m country woman walk's on the
soft, yielding arth and iter muscles
are wft and suple, while tlKixe of
ihv city woman are firm and hard,
the remi.lt of the sort of gymnastic ex
erclsx tltnt are lndulgeil In by walk
ing on the hard pavements. The
Irardening of the nmseli-x brines
alMtnt a. ftrndu.il enlargement of the
A thick but at the same time soft
srded f Mime acts a a kind of foil
against the hard, unyiehling sHrfsK"
of the pavement and shouhl. nccord
Lng ro" the dealer already referred to.
always le cbo!-h Jy tlw woman who
1x1m4 to keep hen. feet as small ax
possible. But tlM" woman who has re
cently Joined thv city force must re
mcailer tliat 1m will in time . have
to wear a. larger sltoe and it Jx bet
ter 'to make r the elm nge gradually
than wait until the old size liecome
nnlh-arable ami the fixx Is Injured.
An lMnr exercise every day with
out xhw ir xtocknsr ' lx sahl to le
lietM-nHal for every tKdy, young and
old alike, and chihlren sIhu1I run
larefiMtel ; as much a , possible dur
ing the xnnnner months.
t KNEW HIS TEBBITORY.
V ,Sf rancer ;' fin JCelraska! Wha t I
that crowd around the man who
seems to.lx iMtldl'mg something?
Native Why. there'rv .the .ratron
of P-nnko" Boh. - the : reformed gohl
brk-tt tq!. ''-'-"-' .;..; --;-,v"-..
Stranger: What I lie do!og7
Preaching to tbeni?
Native Oh. no. il didn't reform
that way He's selling them silver
brick now. Baltimore American.
Twlce-a-week Statesman $1 a' year.
many auirpicu mov tntt UlCAL
WARKIIOrXICS. . "'. T."'
Whssi ruonilaa ' Osta
Rrsdf f Ssesia'
Urade Hope of . Ongi;4 rrodatct
the Xtarkst it ill Itoas. .
'tFrom Dailr Stau-sinan. Nov.' T.l .
Tlie large qua nt it n
of hopi that have
been stortnt hi t lie)
Company's warehouse are moving ax
rarvtdlr as cars . cab , Im scnrel for
carloads have. lMen
seirK away so far
tlrfx season. Tlie fhu.Hllng. wb.eli a
wekV ago was OImhI t4 its utaioit
Umk, hat tet n tlenreti: of many. hun
dred bales and ha plenty of .room to
i eeei ve moi e - - Ikhix tlia t '.. ha ve lMeu
storeit lu other jiliiees. Tltc iirii-e of
hops coiitiniiex to l tirm nt 15 cents,
but there are few rales rtiMntd.
Dealers., however, pel cxmruleut tliat
there will be higher prices lx'fore the
end of the month. ,
TUeeasiin nss grjpd jfor the lack of
irsiU-.x in lMpx. by jpiouiim ut dealers,
ix t liar .the choice topx aie nearly, all
sold, and that Ijcndon buyers aie mt
et teady to purtiase any of tlie
slightly' lower, gradesTtbut 'wn'ut only
the lx!. Tills saijue genfleniau says
i hat. when the Ijoud-.m dalerx ftml
that few more strictly choic hopx
.an be secttml from Oregou. trie bnv
r giades. which are really better than
the best-from on'ier sections, will UimI
ready sjiie at gtnwl prh-ex. espeeially
since the world's supply will lie sqim
what short before another crop Is 'pro
duced. CHILD tlAMBLlNtl
What the Oerry Society Has f Done
to Suppress Them. i
(From Aiiishx' Magazine.)
"T1k Fairest Whix-riwas deyeli
Ing the gambling Instinct most fruit
fully among the .children Of the xMr
until the hand of the t Jerry Society
emshetl It, The 4levice Ix a kind of
wheel of fortune, ami wax to Im
found generally in candy and toy
stores near sclioola. Itoth the Inveii
tor and the stotvkee'M'r were nsiking
money easily until eompkilutx l-gan
to tonr in frtmi nMtheis. who found
their children lMggIng ami --filching
iM-niiies ImiiKslerately, yet never,
showing any return for them Store
fceeHr were arrestetl. llieir tine
weiv Smtireetly pahl by -tlie promoter
of The Fairest WlMxl. Finally tne
society; got .on the track, of this
ueulnx." nie Alfred B. Wilson.' B.
fure Ih couhl lie brougiit to trial he
fi-'d from tiM city. But .-'The Falrext
Wheel' was banished from New York.
Mr. Wilson recommenced ojMiationx
In Philadelphia, wlicre he wax sped
ily 'squelchiil through the instigation
of the New York . society.
"Child J hie very has abated also be
t-auxe the six-Iety has -iiforcHl the
law that prohibits iwwnbiokerx froni
taking pledges or making loanx to
any "person ' niwler sixteen yearx of
-ige, A iiotabh ca Is . that if ; Ed
ward . stven yearx of age. who
stole a iair of sImm-s. on whh-h a
inoney-Ienilvr advanced him thirty
tents. - Both cliild and broker were
arrested; the laiter wax fined
i ml the child was, commit teil to an
'nstitntion. Frxquerilly articles of
much value wen stolen by chihlren.
The pawnliroker would furnish a
ildx-nlous sum for them.' and the
'bird, fearing defection, would de
stroy tiM ticket. The - pawnbroker's
nrofit on such a itrausactkin may Ik
ENtlLISII AND AMERICAN COAL
- PRODUCTION. . -.,.'
In the les!t figures available we find
that the co;il output for the Tnlicd
Kingdom lu 1MK Is given at 1T-HM N5jliiiO
tons, and the exiisirts. including bunk
ers and coke, at ..iJj.iJt tons. - 1 he
total coal cxiortod last year by Omit
Britain wax 41.1-SO.rUNt tons, valtteil nt
Cr,lo5.m. a. further l!M.Wil- tous
lMing supplied for the bunkers of
sleamers engaged in foreign trade.
According to the figures xiipplied by
the Cubed States rcoloricjil Snrvcy,
the ontput or coal In tnie slates hist
year was lfM.4f.fi.T "long" tons.
The BrJtlsh Board of Trade is a
mor. geiM-nrus in 11m matter
crtxlits . AiiMTkan pits .with nu
put last year of 218.37ii.ooo
However that may Is, there appears
lo b! no reason to doubt the, figures
referring to the Coiled States export
of -oal during laxr year, which are
given at 5.T.Vi.l.x king tops, valued
at 15.713.37fS.. or roughly, , 3,1 45,000.
Combining tlies ilgurx for ISIKJ, we
find tluit tlie . two great co.il-prnltK
lug countries of the world It he 'Eng
lish and American retnrnx aceonnt for
fully tut kt cent of the whole world's
output during IWUM. scut afloat in the
;x Hod tndlcatetl cargrM of . cal rei
rcxentlng in the aggregate no l.'sx
than ti!.!C,4.Vi timx lu weight. F,
Seaton 'Snowdon. In The Engineering
Magazine for NovemJx'r.
W C. Culver left yexterday "aftir
noon for ITIneville. P!astern Oregon.
where he will extend an Irrigation
diieh. - -- -r - - . -
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon, for the County of Marlon.
eartment No. 2. .''-'' '"-"'
E. S. Bolinger. plaintiff, vs. Rdert
IMb, tlefendai-t. " j . s
To Rolxrt Ixel. defcmlant alsve
named: In the name of the State of
Osegon, yoa are rejniid lo apjMar
ami answer the complaint filed against
rou lu the alxjve cntitteil xuJt within
ten days from the tlate of the servk-e
of this summons upon you if served
within Marion county.' Oregon, or if
sen-eil. in any other county of this state
then within twenty days from the date
of the service of .this summon njmn
yon. or, If served by publication tttere
of. on or before tlie 17tb day of IX--
mber. .Bs, that being the last day
for slopes ranee or answer by you
fixed by tlie order of the court for tlie
publication of this summons, and if
yoa fail so to appear or answer tlie
n!aiotifT wHl apply to the court for the
relief prayed for tn his compla'nt. to
wit: for a Judirment ami' decree
arainst the defendant for the recovery
in United States gold coin of "tlie prin
cilMil sum.of I-M1.47 with interest
flKrxi from Um 7tli day f January.
IM:.. at tlx rate of eight 1t
cent, per annum. and for tli
recovtry of a attorney's fees
lM'ioiii tv,wli,.r wilh Ihi costs and
'HNbuieuM-titx of thix suit; and for a
decree against the defeiHlanr forx los
iiitr iIm mortgage given by the defend
ant to Um plaintiff to secure lltf iwy-
ni'-nt or s;iwi money aim pieaiien in
sakl complaint, ami for a deTee for
tlie sale of the real property descrHxil
in said mortgage aud In the complaint
hereiu to nbtain fumlx with which to
nar said several sum of money with
lecruing Interest ami costs,, which
sakl real iircuilsea to Ik sold as arore
eaUlt are descrilKtl as follows, to-wit:
TIm south one-half of the southwest
r.m-fourth of the northwest ue-fourtl
of sixtlon lt towuship six south range
livu wel of the wiitameue menuiau
ami the south om-luilf of the cast one
half of the southeast oiM-fourth of tiM
uortheast oue-fowrtii of section - 24
township six south range three west
of the Willamette jiMridiah being a
iKirt oC the Donation La ml Claim of
Stanley Ruggk ami wife all In Ma
rlon county and State of Oregon; ex
cepting tlierefroitt the follow mg por
tion of .said real premise heretoforo
released troui the o'letation of, said
mortgage; IWglnniug at the ouarler
x-tiou corner Ix-tween sections lt aud
24 in township six south ranges two
and tlinx west of the Willamette me
ridian hi Mat-ton comity. Oregon:
tlM-ui-e four chains east along the legal
srlxl-ivlsion line running ast and
wtxt through the center of Meet Ion lt
in townhip six south range 2 west;
theme north ten chains parallel with
the. west line of said Seetiou l; thence
west fourteen chains: theiiee outh ts-ti
chains to a olut on the legal suihii
vlsion Hm running axt and west
through the cvilter of stntloti 24 lu
township six south range thre west
ten chains west from the ouarter se
t Ion corner lMtwx'ii six-tlonx 10 and
24. and tlittice ten cha ins east to the
place of liegiunlng. contiHn'ng 14
acre of land. And for such other aud
further relief In Um premises, ax . Ix
meet with equity and good conscience.
Thix summons Is published lit the
Weekly Oregon (Statesman by order
of the Hon. R. P. Boise, Judge of the
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for Marion county, Department No. 2,
dnlv made' and coterd of "record " on
the' 20th dav of Octobif. 1OO0. .The
first pulriieation of this summons ls
ing ordereil to lx made .on the 2d day
of Novcndier. 1'nxi. nnd tlie defendant
being required to answer on or Is-fore
the 17lh day of DcemlKr. 10i0. ;
RAMSEY c BINOIIAM.
j '.'-, Attorneys for Plaintiff.
NOTICE OF flUARDI AN'S HM.K OF
; REAL PROPERTY.
. . . . . ' . . .1 i . . .
'. jo;tce is nertMiy cnrn, mat in pur
suance of an order of sale made ami
entered by tin ("ouiity. Court of the
County of Marion, State of Oregon, on
the 11th day of Octolier. A. D. 1'V
in the matter of the estate of Arline
ami Atslrew M. Johnson, minors, the
undersigned, guardian of said minor's
estate will sell at public auction, side
Ject to confirmation by said court, thtf
following decritMd real proarty ' tof
wit: Itegluning at the center of wei
tlon Id. township tl, south of range 1,
wst of the WHIa incite M crldUui iii
Marion eonuly, StatvJof Oregon; thetu
soifili SO tlegrees 25 minutes east oil
and one-half 75Vi rods to the middle,
of the county road. -leading to Mount
Angel; thence south thirty-six rods
Cttil thence -west tilneteoti - iV. nslx;
,i. .1 . : i-i ... l ,i ..rf
wieiiee imifiu i-;i i--rti .- iiuni(-,
wtst eight IS) rtxls; thence north. 27
degrees, nineteen minutes, wst (1 Ii
fourteen rods; thence north 77 degrees,
3S tuliiutex west forty-four and -10
(44.0) roils; thene north nine tt rod-i.
o the piact of lM'glnnlng containing
10 4-10 acres more or lexx all In Marlon
county. State of Oregon; xaid sale will
Ik? made on the 12th day of NovemtM-r.'
, V. . k. LJ k M. ...... ..!.. a. j.. ..'I-
i. I'. l-'K'i Ml 1M1C t MS K, J'. Ill a ill
the court houxe door, in Salem, Mariotl
county, State of Oregon.
Terms of sale; Cash on 'the ilay " o't
sale, to be returned to tlie blddr ill
cae sale. should not Is? confirmed by
the County Court.
MRS. ANNA JOHNSON, !
Cuardian of the Estate of Arline J.
and Andrew M. Johnson, mluors. : j
- io;i2-5tw. ,..;.( i
JUARDIAN SALE OF KKAL ES
TATE. . Notk-c Is", hereby given that under
and pursuant to an order, decree and
llceiixi., . 'luljr rendered and entered In
the County Court of the State-of Ore
gon for Clatsop eon nty. oil t)M2ot'i
day of August, A. P., IMoo, authoris
ing ami commanding the undersigned,
gcardisn of the person and estate of
the following minors, each residing In
Clatsop county, Oregon, namely John
Ner.l Oearhart. Edgar (J. Oearbarr,
Philip K. tJearhart and Lvsther Oear
liart. to sell, at private sale,, the fol
lowiag dcwrilxxl real , isfate, situate
In the County of Marlon, iu the stab?
of Orgon towlt: The southwest on o
quarter of Section No. 21 lu Township
No. 7. south of Range No. il.-east Of
tiie Willamette Meridian, together''
with, the tenemeuts, hereditament x
and appnrtenatti'ex lelougor in any
wixo aixM'rlaining '-thereunto;, the tni-
derslgU'Sl as sin ii guardlaii a afoi$i-
aid. will from ami after the r2d day
sell 11m said aliove derilMxl real ex
tale and the wbo!e thereof.-for the
highest and best trrlce obtain.ible.
cah In hand at date of -sale, subject
to the eonflnuatiori tlMreof by tlw?
said County Court of the Stale of Ore
gon for Clatsop county.,
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this tho ,
IOMj da of Ootober, A. D 10OO.'
V. A. OEARIIART.
"('liardian of tlie rxroii aud estate
'ifJohu Ncal iJearhart. Edgar if. Hear
hart. ' Philip E. Oearhart. and 1-ther
rinrhart. niinors. Ppstoftlce adtlress,
Astoria, Ofegon. 10;H5lwi
NOTICE OF FINAL S ITTTLEM EST.
Notice Is lMreiiy given that R. J.
I-k-niliig, admiiiistrator of the estate
of John C. KMing. deceased, has filed
his final account ax such admiulx'ra
Vr In flie ottict of the Clerk of th
t'otinty Court, of the State of Oregon,
for Marion county, and said court Lax
appointed Saturday the 17tb ; Jay of
November. l!so. at fen orinck lu the
forenoon of said day at Um connly
court room. In the.ciMinty court bmrxe.
at the City of Salem, la Marlon coun
ty. Oregon, a fhe time ami plae fr
hearing said final account and all
objection tfsreto tad tic settiement
Done this Ihfh day of October, 1000.
' . It. J. FLEMINO, :
- Administrator of said Lxtate.
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