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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1915)
i;K.i:-:Ml1ER Fred'e iNiglit Lunch. A2S
):: SALr.-Hoj. stove, George Sweglv.i
- Aiiifij :
; TKI Prune pickers.
KK.NT-4.roum apartment, fur-1
i i ; u l i J ui. i. t .. li.i i
V.'AVI'KD Woman or g;rl to do laun
d.v norli. J'lione 721 Monday. AgMOj
TWO fine oak and glass show eases 1
fur :-aie. See Poole 's drug store, tf 1
KKXT Modem housekeeping
-. furnished, ti'.Ki North Cottatre.
0. 1 .-ecusid-growth tir, if 3.30; furnace
v-ii.. i. f'1.23 per cord. I'hone 2249. tf
TvY- siiinulers wanted immediately.
V. N. Si luitz, Ect'a road. , Aug27
tiii sALK fheaji, at a bargain, 9
iimii' house. Inquire A. .1. Daniels,
Allium hotel. Beptl
(j KNTI.K driving and work horse for FOR SA1 F in n. ...... f J "i
w,:e cheap; no old skate. 20so Cd.erry 'ZZ il, A , to
"v"m"' I 2 1'"'.". double thicken huuse' barns',
IHil'-i'h KlOli.S wanted.
Fiv's drug store. H.
W. f oolev. I
(HIT your shoes- repaired for hop-picking;
prices reasonable. Nineteenth
and Stale. I'hone 500. Sept4
WILL TliADE hogs for team of horses
and harness; price must be right.
Route S, liox J03, Salem. tf
WANTED TO EXCHANGE City lots
for cordwood. J. H. Lautorman, 339
Chemekcta. Phone 900 or C7S. tf
WANTED Man wants jilawiug or oth
er farm work with team. .Route 4,
Box 33, Salem, Ore. tf
IMi; RENT Nicely furnished room,
with board, in modern . home, one
bloc k tu business district. 208 Court. ;
. -.iit.m j.....u
WILL lil'V green prunes for drying.
Henry A. Townsend, Box 132, Route
3. Phono 30-F-23. One utile west of
BUNA VISTA FERRY BOAT For sale
cheap. New and in good running or
der. Paying proposition. Inquire J.
A. Huston, Buna Viata, Ore. Sept 5
OWNER of new 5-room house, now here
fiom California, offers same very
cheap for exsh, or will take good nuto
part pay. See him at Bayne build
ing, room 8. , Aug30
MONEY TO LOAN On improved
farms at 7 per cent annual interest.
1 am representing the Commerce Safe
Deposit & Mortgage Co., of Portland,
.... .-, c,y,u, "Uvii-p. goo n(.res under cultivation, and
FOR .SALE 7-ncre ranch, under Jiigh!"1 clover. , Balance in timber and pas
state of cultivation; nice house, barn, turc wifl1 running water. This farm
chicken house for 200 birds, 1 cow, 1 1 will bo offered for a short time at a
horse, harness and buggy, 1 plow, lj bargain. Will Consider some good Port
harrow. garden tools. '1 incubators. ! land or Salem income property as part
Ciphers and Mandy Lee, 1 Siphers
brooder, 130 chickens,' small mixed
orchard and berries, finest water in
valley. If soJd in ' next 10 davs,
$ll'ii; MOO down, 4 years cm bnl
ano. Owner, Rt. 4, Box 09. Ang2S
The WESTERN BARGAIN HOUSE
offers exceptional bargains- in New and Secondhand Camping Supplies.
YVe buy, sell ot trade, new and secondhand goods of every description.
Best cash prices for all kinds of junk.
Western Junk & Bargain House
317-327 Center Street, corner Commercial. Phone 706
SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION
and every Sunday this Summer
Going Leave Salem 6:30 a. m.
Arrive N'ewport 12;20 p. m.
Returning Leave Xewport....6:00 p. m.
Arrive Salem 11:55 p. m.
Newport is one of the beauty spots cf the Orepou Seacoast. Here
i mm!, entertainment, Swimmlnjr, Surf Bathing, Boating. Ajatc
A A our local agent for illustrated folder "Now-port"
J0HN m. 8C0TT, General Passsenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
I 1- iiriimhf.1 hnnsekeeni,,,. 1
rooms, iU4.. North Commercial street I
5-ROOM modern house fur rout dose!
some furniture. J. In pi..,... .)..
YY'AXTF.I) To borrow, $3
'"ii; good se-
curity. 1). W. S., care Capital '.lour-
- nal. i. ,...,
NVNTtiU TO.KKT-A "3 or Groom
uuiiuuiun-: nice must he r ,r ,t a m
fare .journal. " ' Aug30
PKACHES for sale.
,, 1 . . . I
mi nil i-1. 1 1. n
Adams. Rt (Ink i :
the hill. IMease bring boxes. AnU:i ',
UHiU SCHOOL Kirl wants place"
ui iur room ami board
school term. l'hie (54-F-21
Sept I t,'e """y swaying in the wind.lbodv over to the under? 1 r
. i w.th the gaping red wound in the -ave.1 " There w- 1
l.lr-Airdale bitch, six months old.lthront, but surging around it a eloselv ' " aves " '"'"'V '.
' fir- "r t''0SS ," l'"","r- x'ejlrk of men aU but mnd with " N,',w let all who ,,., ;
Kob. Return (row, l.rug Co. exdtement and hate. ,B0, Vid Judge A., " T
" li ,M ViT" iBr"T r0,'e, nbUt '"llf '",jl,si'1',''' body, at the tp"of i voie
1,'L-nr i.. . . inch thieli hml l.i.nn (1, r,., ,.. .1,., i ...ii . i . .. "isvpue
i r." caoice vouiiir irorn nu IU,L-.
slure, will furrow soon. Chris I'eter-'
f-.l after 8:30 i
-) mii'-i-H IvfJh'S wanted tn l.-,,;,,
Monday, i'hone fl.i-F-l.) nn.l will ,.iiifeet away
at 10 n. m. Sunday; 14 davs' pick-
i'1!?- ' AugS !
and fruit; 1 14 mile from school and
town. lor terms inquire of R. A.
Dunavan, Alpine, Ore. Septl
I' OK SALK Cheap, modern home, new,
two blocks from car line and paved
street, basement with modern conven
iences for washing; large lint, with
plenty of fruit. Veur's supply of
wood in the basement. Phone 470 or
call 011 Square Deal Realty Co.
SALESMEN Pocket side line, new
live proposition; all merchants in
towns ctf 100,000 and under want it.
Pays $3 commission on each sale. No
collecting, no risk to merchant. We
take back unsold goods. Easiest,
biggest paying side line ever offered.
Canlield Mfg. Co., 20S Siegel St., Chi
SPECIALTY KALKKUl V T,.
" . ". "'-
oru organization lnaimtaiturinir nat-
ented, popular-priced office effi
ciency devices wants representatives
in unoccupied territory. Snlendi.i
proposition. Small capital. Cash or
credit, l ino line "repeaters." Full
protection. Ask for "Folder C 293
Chelsea Mfg. Co., HI Broadwav, New
For Sale, Choice 225
One of the best Grain and Dairy
Farms in Polk County, and owing to it's
location is an ideal tract for subdivision
located 7 miles from Sulem on rock road,
with railroud and shipping station at
door. Hub a large set of modem im-
i..,.... ri...l i j. i
.'fenced " 7oZ
payment, some cash, balance iong time
(I per cent. This is uu exceptionally
good proposition, and will hot last long.
For further information see JOSEPH
BARBER. Office 405 Hubbard Bldg.
Phone W44 or 1722. Salem, Ore.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. SATURDAY. AUG.
What Happened When Crowd
Found the Body of Leo Frank
The f,.lln i ...... ...
-.......s anuuin ui Knur imp -
pened after the people of Cobb county.
(eormn. hud d s...ivor,l !,., i..i,. ,.r i .. .
trunk. vtiM iv.in..,. i, ,..,. .
poudent of the New York Times-
It appears from the facts known, that
rrauK was hanged between 7 o'clock
..... .1 t .-in n . i . . . -
",,u ' r TO1 t road the body was
"l te"va ? the tw
t IlUrri!)l( Blirht mot Hia ai-UD ,.- l.li! . .... . " " niumi
f r..t arrivals at the grove, and still
tirrir miHr nrnvii a ..-in. .........I .....A
, ; -. -I iwuim MJI
,. . .. . . "-
n " " ' ".. lru,IK;;ing tins body to the undertaker
i III' 1-llU III I II IN ril!ll '!! T M !, .. O ln..awl
ot this rope was thrown around ;
k of Leo M. Frank, tied with a!
n i s noose, and the other was
the base of a saphnf; twenty
tied to t
Frank hung with the top of his head
"ear tllp 'lmu ' feet about four feet
uoove rue ground. A white handker
chief was over his face, the corners
knotted at the back of his head. The
hangman's knot lay against his right
,iuw. mo vvounu in his throut, where
Wi,,im Creen attempted to kill him
at the state farm a few weeks ago,
was torn open Tue .rope was above!
the wound, but toward tho front of the
throat, where the wound ranged up
ward, the rope lay in the wound.
Sleeves Clipped for Souvenirs
Frank's body from the waist up was
not neo: 111 a thin white paiama iacket.
H'-..l.,..l : . ... ... ,
e left side of
"L. M. F. '
uiivcu in me jacKet on til
the chest were the letters
in red thread. The sleeves of the pa
jamas had been clipped away with
pocket knives by souvenir hunters un
til both sleeves were gone as far ns
The arms, thus exposed, hung straight
with the wrists handcuffed in front.
The arms, hands, and fingers were blue
while the left thumb showed the heal
ing cut where Frank had defended him
self from Creen 's knife attack at the
The bodv. from th. wnint ilnu-n nnoOH the ground the nilln' stamned mwin
wrapped in a dirty piece of brown cloth !
that looked like khaki, stretched across
th? front like a .shirt drawn tight, and
tied by the corners behind. The edges
ot the cloth barely meeting on the left
Viewed liv Women With Rnlilea
Around the ankles had been a piece ' man in frenzy drive) his heel into the'
of grass rope, but this rope was cut ! faee Loo" M. Frank, grinding the
away bv souvenir hunters soon after 1 ,l!n'l ,mir lnio t,ie black eurtli.
the 'crowd gathered. . 'Stop him! For God's sake stop
Before 8:30 o'clock the crowd nt thej,l,m" crieJ Judge Morris and ran up
scene had reached great proportions, to tl,p man ""d begged him to stop:
considering the isolated neighborhood,! While the judge begged and pleaded,
and more than 100 persons were there. ! V10 nPgroes nt an order from the un-
including a number of women, several :
of whom carried babies in arms. Au
tomobiles came careening, recklessly
disregarding life and limb of occu
pants. Horse-drawn vehicles came at
a gallop. Pedestrians came running.
The sight made some women sick.
They would shriek or groan and turn
their heads away. Other women walked
up to the packed mass of men and
pushed their way to look at the body
without the quiver of an eyelash,
As the crowd grew the excitement in
creased. One of the early arrivals was
a man in a frenzy of passion. He was
bareheaded, coatless, his eyes blazing
like those of a machine. He ran' to the
tree, threw up his hands, clinched his
fists, and shook them ot tho body. His
hands would open and his fingers would
writhe; his fists would close again and
he would shake them at tho body.
"Now we've got you," he screamed.
"You won't murder nny more little,
innocent girls. We've got you now.
We've got you now."
His voice would rise to a shrill note,
then' become hoarse, art he chanted his
words in sing-song, one imprecation af
Crowd All But Mad
When he nnnsod for breath ni.m 1
man in the crowd would yell and thai
throng would join and the shriek
would grow and rise higher and high -
er till it filled tho little grove. These
demonstrations seemed to fan the fury i
of the man by the body. His gestures
became more and more violent, Ins ruv
ing words came faster and faster, pour
ing out like a torrent. ,
"lhey won't put nny monument
over you," he cried. "They arc not
going'to !et von. Thev are not L-oiiittl
. "Z.. I
to get a piece of you us big ns u ci-
j The crowd screamed in frenzy and
' packed closer.
With this demonstration' at its height
a short, thickset man. with blue eves
gleaming, ran into the crowd, jostled!
Ins wnv thronrrh. nnd hiimIiciI on tn n
iplnce beside the mui. who wns cursing with the sightseers just room enough
I the body. He stood on tiptoe to be for the end of the basket tr, miss n
seen. "'.Men. hear me," he suid. collision, and the cars with the sight
! It was Newt A. Morris, former judge ; "''''" gave erpinllv bttle room.
i of the llloe Riitue circuit, who hml hist "
come in an automobile to Marietta with Vnvmnr PfPcidpnl
Attorney John Wood, of Cnnfon. ThevlU""r ' I tioiUCIIl
were attending Alpharetta court, heard
the news early, and came at top speed i
i to the scene.
"Hear me, men," cued Judge Mor
The crowd became silent but for
the undertone mumbling of the man be-1
side the body. i
"Citizens of Cobb county listen to i
e. will you?" suid Judge Mortis,
icy gave a murmur of assent.
ii-i n. ti.:.. ,i.i....
ti... ....... I. I.. ,!,, I..,, i,. K.,,1,.. :
I with a shout: "God bless him, who-1
I ever he wns." j
Judge Morris laid his hand on' the ;
man's shoulder and asked him to please
to be quiet for a few minutes.
"Whoever did this thing, " said
Judge Morris, "did a thorough job."
The crowd applauded. "They 'shore'
did," came in chorus.
"Whoever did this thing," said
Judge Morris, "left nothing more for
us to do. Little Mary Phngun is aveng
ed. Her foul murder is avenged. Now
I ask you, I appeal to you us citizens
of Colli) county, in' the good nnme of
our country not to do more. 1 appeal
to you to iet the undertaker take it,"
, jfiea I or xainer ana moiuur
The mini by the bedy broke in nnin:
"YVe are not going to let the under
l..ki linvi it." lie shrieked: " Wc
are not going to let 'cm erect a monu
ment nver t tint thing. We are not
going to let 'em have u piece of it as
; 012 as a cigar, we mv 'ni v- i
1 it. That's wl't J LL T
. . , " . ."lnR t" nt.
1 i. ... . . . T " .. . v "me
boys, let's burn tho dittv th
Judge Morris raised his voice ji,,,,
I appeal to you," he shouted. "Don't
do anything to this bod v. 1 ,.t (i,,,
1 dertnker have it
This in an linn .. '.!.
v. n.ui iimiuer nuu whatever we tliinl i
j body of their son. Men. " V.,.' " !
tllUIITV. .et Bll WHO fnvnr I.: .
jreneu sto. ' Jet n win. f.
!...: 1. , t , - ' 1
their hands," said Judge .Morris T eh
hands of the crowd wont , '
all who oppose it give the sane siga"
said Judge Morris. The hand of he
....... .. me nnmi ot (K
man beside the body was raised aloft
Judge Morris got down and ran back
through the crowd culling for un.
dertaker. While he was calling, some
body lnid a knife to the rope und
Frank's body dropped to the ground
around it in a solid mass, with the ev
cited man standing a, rt'P C"
A negro ran un- to J.wV,.!.
"Hero X am, Judge," he said, "here's
Judge Morris gave orders, and two
negroes opened tho back of the wagon
and pulled out a long undertaker's bus-
ket, and started toward the body
"Bring the body on, men," shoutc
.Tudirn Alm-ria "Tt.i,,,. If .... ..!..,
Judge Morris. "Brine it on nniek
for God's sake!" 1
Grinds Heel in Face
But none of them would pick it up,
and .Tudgo Morris, beckoning to the
negroes, wedged in ami worked his way
toward the body, until the negroes fili
ally got it and started toward the
The man who had voted "no" reach
ed out and struck at the body, and
the negroes dropped t. When 'it was
,,ie fllc" nil(1 ground his heel into the
ueiui nesn nnu sianipou again and
again, until the crowd', stricken silent
and motionless by tho horror of the
sight, eould hoar the blows. '
Again and again as a man grinds the
nenu ot a snake under his heel, did the
dotaker seized the body and again inn
with it to the basket, and then to the
wagon, snapped down the door, leaped
to tho seat nnd drove toward Marietta,
with the big horse on a deud run.
Judge Morris nnd Attorney Wood inn
for their nutomobiien'd started after
the undertaker's wagbn. Several cars
quicker than theirs got ahead of them,
but they were soon passed with the
crowd swarming along the road in the
dust raised by the undertaker's wagon.
At the entrance to the National cem
etery, just inside the town of Marietta,
Judge Morris caught up with the wagon
got out of his cRr, ordoTed one of the
negroes to take li is plnco and then
climbed up himself to the driver's
seat. Riding for n few blocks, with
Attorney Wood driving tho automobile
ahead, tho Judge seined the first 'favor
able opportunity and jerked the long
basket out of the undertaker's wagon
and laid it ncross tho back sent of
Wood's cnr. Then jumping in beside
tho nttorney, Judge Morris said; "Now
John, drive like hell to Atlanta."
Race to Atlanta
Thus the body wns taken' from the
crowd, and thus began the automobile
ride to Atlanta the like of which was
never seen before.
Opening wide the throttle, Wood
poured into his motor evervtliing il
wn"!l1 M"1'1- Pv '", "" with drawn
fnc0 nml cl'-nming eyes, Judge Morris
"trained forward, peering, through tho
dust, waving his aims and shouting for
automobiles to mala1 way.
Crosswise of the ton'nenu, the end
projecting a foot or more on each side,
jostled and swayed the undertaker's
I l 1... -.',!. ,t.n 1 1.. Av..
,,1B miming board stood another man,
hanging to the cur with one hand,
holding the basket with other.
Down the road toward Atlanta sped
the cnr, and up the road toward Mari
etta sped automobiles loaded with men
going like mail to the gin houce to see
The car With
he body gave the cars
I'crKc lev. ' in., rtug. T roruieri ,
President Tnft poked fun nt California ,
hiie niKiressing stinieni,
nt the University
of (Vlifornia vester-
day, although he did not mention -"
progressives. . ' I
"We of the cast nre quite williug
thati vnu maintain hern in your slate a
,. nf chemical laboratory for the
testing out of various political form-1
nine. We do not object to your doings
if von pnv the bill," he said ns (he I
famous Taft smile broke into evidence,
BEATS BIRD'S BEST SPEED
An interesting fact in natural history
was discovered bv James LinVllle,, of
Greensboro-, lnd., the other day, A simf
row flew up in front of his Mux Well
tnnrinir cnr. Linville increased his speed
and. with the speedometer registering i
just 30 miles an hour, cnught the bird
against the front of the radiator where
fan pressure held it until the cur
New York Globe; A panlc-4n a Mas
snchuwHs . theatre wns averted when
the orchestra .hivd "The Htsr Spsng
led Banner. " Never were the sepul
chral strains of thpt admirable dirge
employed to better advantage.
GALVESTON'S SEA WALL HOLDS, BUT CAUSEWAY IS CUT INTWOT
f-C" " l r
The recent terrific storm
swept over eastern Texas, destroying
... , .
scores of lives and millions in prop -
Orty, afforded proof that Galveston's,
sea wall was built to withstand the .
rnvi .rnu nf tl, ,.l..m(.nl ..,,',1 n. !,. !,!
3t' - "1 P X:;s
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city from the same kind of a disaster , t)lB cs.ltr The ..nusewny accomino-'nt a time, to receive their deposit,
which wiped it off tho map fifteen dates all classes of traffic, including Monster hopper dredges, built in Hoi
years ago. For while tho storm was steam and electric railways. land especially for the work, were used
terrific enough to break in two the j The docks und shipping which mnkeii" excavating tho material,
great causeway which connected the ! (;ulv(,"ll;n tllB '"rgest cotton port inl T,,0 ,,lU,,( )011i,n.,,r, wai) started in
hy with the nuiinlnnd, it was unable I '!'!' w('r1,1' are located on the northern j moil, d completed in 11)11, (lover
to tear away the wall. ! of, "onthern, or ! or Colquitt gracing Die opening with
The most notable result of the de-! Ku,f md, is skirted with pleasure feu-, hi8 )im;(,co. It rims the seawall side
struction of (ialvestion in 3900 was
the erection of the sea wall nnd the
raising of the level of the land upon';
which the city is built to a height to l
..,;( .n v,.,rr niwl
a half miles of tho wall 'is now sur-
mounted by a fifty-four foot brick
boulevard, oilo of the most impressive
scenic, driveways in tho world.
Galveston is Located on a narrow
V THE MARKETS Ji
Tho bears seem to have the best of j will be commenced in some yards in
tho wheat miirkel und prices are blue-j different parts of tho county today,
ly holding at 77 cents. This market I but in mo.t of the yards the actual
lf course Is governed entirely by the work will not begin until next week,
Portliind reports, and when Portland when -work will begin in earnest. In
is wenk, this situation is naturally re-! several parts of tho county the yards
fleeted in' the Salem prices. Wheat in1'"'" reported to be in a very bad coudi
tho east can be laid clown lit the At- i turn owing to the presence of large
i.,..tw. o.,lw.,.,..l ,.,ncli chenoer I loin
Oregon wheat, that some dealers esti
mate there is fully 15 cents difference,
ami for this reason, it will be difficult
to get within thut much of eastern
prices. Oats are strong, with prices
variag from 32 to 35 cents. .Many
farmers lire holding for 10
The egg market Is in a flurry today.
On account of the scarcity, several groc
ers are paying 23 cents in rush nnd 25
cents in tiuile. Others are bidding at
the prices of last week. At present, it
seems to be a question of how mud the
buyer wants the egg.,.
Hay, timothy, per ton tUG42
Onts, vetch W(i.'10
Wheat, new crop 77c
Outs, new cro 32 and .'lfn:
Rolled barley 3l.iU
4.', I IWI
Shorts, per ton t'il.OO
i Ppimmnrtf butter. Her llOIIIld .
"mmry uuuur jr
Eggs and Poultry.
I.-...J 11. ,i v.. i I.
Uoonters, old, per pound
Spring chi'ikeus, puind ....
1 , 'J
Pork, Veal and Mutton.
J '' dressed
j rk, dressed
I'urK, on foot
1 Ut 7c,
S 1 2c.
3 (i 4c
Cows . . .
String garlic 12 1 2c
Potatoes, now, lb 1.00
New pens , , . , 4c
Walla YVullu onions (1
Orange), Valencia $4.75
Lemons, per box 1.0()(ii (.50
........ .wwd -.??js'T5'
sea wall; cauaewvy connecting cltr
I 'sl"nd lying parallel with tho main-
1 ' . , I ot . 'T"'
istruction was the building of u two-
! mill, (.llusovvnv to connect tho island
with the mainland. This is partly
built up from the sen bottom, and part-
I.V ''' bridge COIISt Tllct 1011, while 11
.nunniw.f Ii lie luUin, in Ini.nf,,,! i n
'yt-tWif . v.- M V- J - i.5 It-.. i:t "t.i
' "l"' !"'K '', m " "' """Klof tho protecting wall. Three and a
tluV 'enr. 1 he climate nnd veg-1 1,,,,,, miu.s ,,,,. ,,,lilt ,,y Uw oouty
' -'l"'i. y . ocg.ees vas
v..rngo luax.inum emporuturu for
five yenrs und tho winter often sees a
i temperature of HO. Palms, oleunders,
j oranges nnu rigs aiiounu,
It took more than a decade to com
plete the plans foi t.o new Galvcs-1 grassy slope thirty feet in width plnnt
t on. Tho wall, fill and causeway ranked with ornamental vegetation.
Hop Picking Begins
In Earnest Monday
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Dallas, Ore., Aug. 2N. Hop picking
I uumtteirt ot hop lice, while ill otnc
yards the lire have been killed and the
vines anil Hops are in excellent condi
tion. Wages for pickers are lower this
year than they have been for several
years, only 4(1 cents per box being of
fered, where heretofore 30 cents has
cents''"'''" l'"'d- Notwithstniiding the fact
nuu wiigos are lower lucre is no Bcur
city of pickers.
Frank Woods Buriod.
The remains of Frank Woods were
laid to rest ill tile I. O. O. F. cemetery,
west of this city, YVednesdiiy morning,
the services being conducted by Rev. D.
A. MacKen.ie, of tho Presbyterian
church. Mr, Winds passed away in n
Portland hospital hist Monday evening
alter tin illness of more than a month's
duration, caused by injuries received
in being struck by a street cnr in Port
land several weeks ago. Besides one
son, Gus Woods, n resident of Portland,
tin lelivi.u tri limnrn bin ileliili. Ii tiuilwi
Mrs. It. Lovelace, (if this city; three
brothers, -M. V. Woods and I. N. Woods
of Dallas, und John YVoods, of Jerome
l . i . .
Arizona, nnd a sister, Mrs. llolman, ut'
Monmouth. Mr. YYouds was formerly a
Dallas boy nnd was raised in this coun
ty, coining iiere with his parents from
I'ciiiis.ylviihiu wl.cn a mere lad,
Bnnnnns, lb So
California grapo fruit i3.00
Dates, dromedary, case
f urd dates , ,
Cocounuts, per dozen
Eggs, per dozen
i HuK!ir. "n"1'
Sugar, 1), fl
Crcnmnry butter . .
Flour, hard wheat
Portliind, Ore., Aug. 28. Wheat !
YY'alla Wiilln, XiriH7c.
Oats: No.. I white feed, $21(7 24.7.1.
Feed, $23(ii 21.50.
Hogs; Best live, $7.50.
Prime steers, $0.50,
Fancy cows, $3.50.
Calves, $0.r0, . ,
Sprjn'g I ii mbs, $0.25. '
Butter; City creamery, C7c.
Eggs: Selected locul ex., 27c.
Hens, l ie,
Broilers, 18 1 2c.
with tho 1 'unn in n cuim' as one of tho
greatest engineering tanks ever per
formed in tho western hemisphere.
After tho completion of th wall, a tem
porary canal wns dug insido of it
through which san'dsuckers entered and
dischurged their cargoes into portions
I nt II. ..!( tlmt ,,.... ,,.,11. .,1 ntt onn
and one mile by tho United Slates
government, where tho highway pusses
the barrucks and butteries of tort
Crockett. . On tin seaward side is a
walk sixteen feet in widih, und on tho
- j apposite sido of the pavement is n
New Equipment Added.
The J. K. Armsby company have just
finished tho installation of extensivo
new machinery in its pruno packing;
plant in this city, und are now ready to
handle the enormifis prnno erop of the)
county which will begin tu come in
within the next few weeks. Tho oust
of the improvement will be between
t'Jnnu and $'.'300, nml will miiko tho
concern one of the most up-to-dato es
tablishments of its kind in the Pacific
northwest. Manager A. (!. Petorsen es
timates that the yield in this vicinity
this year will bo about 750 tons, und
orders have already been received for
! a part or tins season s pacn.
Sailors In Custody
Charged With Piracy
Belize, British Honduras, Aug. 2H-
Charged with the murder of Captain
Messani of the trader Aurekia nml with
piracy, Joseph Belntore and Joseph
Munsnuto are in custody hero today
while the port authorities are probing
the fnto of several of tho ship's crew
and several puHscngors.
The officials sny Unit, the men hold
up tho ship Ut sea, intimidated the
crew, hound Mcssiiiu und threw him
overboard. It is charged that all the
crew excepting the engineer wero
luiiileil at, an obscure point. The en
gineer, they assert, nnd tho passengers)
wero taken to Cajio Gracina where the
ship was sold.
Ono of the women passengers reachod
Nicaragua und told the story.
Poison Oak Remedy
A snow whlta
medicine, l o t
and soothing to
the skin, applied
every hour a $
once relieves and
Price 25c and BOe
For sale by all
The only cash drug store In Oregoa
and show cases are loaded with drugs
medicines, notions, toilet articles, wluee
and liquors of all kinds for medicinal
purposes. Dr. Sione Is a regular gradu
ate lit medicine and has had nianj
years of esporlence in the practice
Consultation are free. Prescription;
are free and only regular price for
medicine. Dr. Stone can be found el
bis drug store, Salem, Oregon, from
6:40 in the morning until 8 at night
Free delivery to all parts of tbe city
and within a radiu of 100 mile.