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no LoN L. Swift phine, nineteenth. Along the Columbia River, Wasco was thirteenth ; Morrow, seventeenth ; Sherman, twentieth ; Gil- liam, twenty-eighth. None of these districts, therefore, was especially favored, but all had exceptional counties. TABLE 30. VALUE OF ORCHARD PRODUCTS ON FARMS IN OREGON IN 1900, CLASSIFIED BY COUNTIES. (*) - Counties. Value Rank

Counties. Value Rank $ 906,015 ■ 18,583 17 169,718 1 14,421 18 Douglas 149,194 2 14,110 19 YamhiU 49,596 3 10,793 20 47,101 4 Gilliam 8,165 21 44.366 5 Wheeler 7,571 22 37,487 6 6,751 23 37,239 7 6,459 24 36,748 8 5,824 25 34,918 9 Malheur 4,983 26 32,682 10 4,767 27 31,208 11 Clatsop 3,566 28 26.161 12 Crook 2,801 29 25,593 13 2,520 30 24,605 14 2,182 31 24,471 15 Klamath 1,116 32 Polk 18,964 16 Harney 33 Southwestern Oregon yielded by far the greatest relative amount of fruit. Jackson ranked first ; Douglas, second ; Jose- phine, sixth ; but Curry, twenty-third. Jackson and Douglas each yielded more than three times as much as any other county. Next to the southwestern district, the Willamette Valley and the northeastern counties were most productive in fruit raising. The greater part of eastern Oregon and some of the coast counties made the smallest output. Wasco ranked thirteenth in 1900.

  • U. S. Census Reports for 1900, Twelfth Census, Vol. VI, p. 674.----