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D ALLAS, OREGON, JULY 26, 1901.
VO L. X X V II.
I,. N. W OODS, M. D.
P'nysician and Surgeon.
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c o m e s
T. V B E.VISRtE, M D
Oilice over W ilaoi/a <1 riiy; »tore.
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A ti .o f i i e y N - n t -1
Vf .» h iv # tho only sot oí ultutro t b *» ok » In Polk j
« a u t ) . KttWubld »bdtracts tu riil « m >
d , nini money to
3 * n . No coiniuissioii ch&rgfad on Ioann . K ooiiim - j
Hd J Wlleon ’» block , Da )!*»
J. L. COLLINS.
\ttorney and Counselor at Law,
S o lic it o r in
C a s t o r la is n liv r m ’ cs.s i f i b s 'l t u t o f o r C a s t o r O il, F ;u -c -
g o r i c , D r o p s d iu l S o o t li: iff S y r u p s . I t i.s P le a s a n t . I t
c o n t a in s n e it h e r O p iu m , M o r p h in e n o r o t h e r N a r c o t ic
s u b s t a n c e . I t s a ^ o is it s g u a r a n t e e . P d e s t r o y s W o r m s
a n d a lla y s F e v e r is h n e s s . I t c u r e s D ia r r h o e a a n d W i n d
C o lic . I t r e lie v e s T e e t h in g T r o u b le s , c u r e s C o n s t ip a t io n
a n d F la t u le n c y . I t a s s im ila t e s t h o F o o d , r e g u la t e s t h o
S t o m a c h a n d I io iv o ls , g i v i n g h e a lt h y a m i n a t u r a l s le e p .
T h e C h ild r e n ’ s P a n a c e a —T h e M o t h e r ’ s F r ie n d .
H -* been in practlco of bis profetftfiuii in th is place
oi about th irty years , ami w ill attend to all busiresii
utrusted to hU care , Ottice , corner Alain and Court
tn D allas , Polk C o , Or
J. H. T ownhknij
J. N. H aht
TO W N SE N D *
Ottice ipstnirs in Olid Fellow»’ new
r_ - v i .
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•A S T O R IA
lîV h a t
t ' lm n c c r y .
O R ® O O N . I
C A S T O R IA
t h e G e n e r a l F a r m e r — I n c u b a t o r
a n d H en l la l e h t d C b lc k a .
The position o f the farmer with re
gard to poultry is entirely different
from that o f the specialist with a large
plant. To the fanner such Information
as the following from a late report of I
A. G. Gilbert, manager o f the Canadian
experimental farms, is especially di
Farmers have given Increased at ten. |
lion during the past few years to the
artificial hatching and rearing of
chickens, v/lilch have been pursued by
tw o methods:
By filling the incubator and begin
ning operations in late .February or
By deferring hotelling operations
until the hens have had u run outside,
and as a result their eggs will hatch
In connection with the second
method, ‘.inless the farmer has a brood-
T h o K i n d Y o u H a v e A lw a y s 33 in " l i t , run! w h it-li lia s b e e n
i n u s o f o r o v e r 8 0 y e a r s , h a s b o r n e t h o s ig n a t u r e o f
. . . . jiin l lia s b e e n n u u lo i i u ilc r h is p e r -
J V /- <—
t o n a l m p c r v l s l o n s in c e Its I n ib n c y .
A l ’ o w n o o n e t o t l o c e l v e y o n i n tills .
A ll C o u n t e r fe it s , im it a t ii ns a n il “ J u s t -a s - g o .K l” a r e b u t
E x p e r i m e n t ! t h a t t r ille w it h a n il e n d a n g e r t h o h e a lt h o f
lu i'a u t i a m i C h ild r e n —£ .v p e li e u c e a g a in s t E x p e r im e n ta
S IB L E Y & E A K IN ,
A LW AYS
Bears the Signature of
A tto r n e y a t-L a w .
Ottice up stairs in Campbell’ » build
N . h. B U T L K K
The Kind You Have Always Bought
F . CO AU
In Use For O v e r 3 0
B U T L E R & COAD
D A LL A S, OREGON.
W ill practice in all courts.
h a i r
h a i r ha s
no l i f e .
It is starved. It keeps
c o m i n g o u t , gets
thinner and thinner,
bald spots a p p e a r ,
then actual baldness.
The only good hair
A h u s l th e P o ta to S ta rch
N & ir
v is o r
the r o o t s , s t o p s ►
starvation, and the
hair grows thick and
It cures dan
bottle of it on your
It always restores
color to faded or gray
Mind, we say
HEN AN D CH ICK EN S IN COOPS ON
A ll 4 r u f gists.
“ I have fou n d your Hair Vigor
to be the beat remedy I have ever
tried for the hair. My hair was
falling out very bad, so I thought
I w ould try a b ottle o f it. I nad
used only one bottle, and my hair
ng i out, and it is now
d th io
l an d lo n g .'
N ancy J. M o u n t c a st l e ,
Yonkers, Ñ. Y.
Ju ly 28, IMS.
ing house, which permits o f his being
Wrftm th o D o c t o r .
independent of outside temperature,
He will send you his book on The
Hair and Scalp. Ask him any ques-
D E M A N D F0>R G R A D U A T E S :
Robert A . Miller,
ho will have to content himself with
tion you wish about your hair. You
w ill receive a prompt answer free.
The demand for graduates of the nor incubator and outside brooder. His
DR. J. 0. AYER,
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W
mal school during the past year lias outside brooder is placed on the rap
been much beyond the supply. Posi idly growing grass, and with proper
t y T ’ W W W ■»» W
Oregon City * * Oregon
tions worth from $40 to $75 a month.
+ T a. a . ^ A ,
care and food the young chicks will be
SP A TE C E R T IF IC A T E AN D DIPLO
Room 3, Weinhard bo lding
M A S: .Students are prepared for the found to make famous progress.
P O R K P R O D U C T IO N .
At the experimental farms when the
State exam inations ami read ily take state papers on
graduation . Strong academie and professional course .
Well equipped train in g departm ent . Expenses range hens became broody they were set iu T h e P a r t W h i c h P a s t u r e I 'l a y e —A l
f a lf a W ith o u t O th e r F o o d .
from 1120 to $175 a year . Kali term opens September wooden boxes placed in vacant pens in
Land title, and land office business
17th For catalogue containing fu ll announcements
a bouse. The wooden nest boxes con
Pig raising ns ordinarily practiced on
P . L . C A M P B E L L , President
oi J , B . V . Butler secretary .
tained no bottoms and had a binged the farm in Utah lias not been consid
x-ReiaterEg Oregon City land office.
door in front. The nests were made ered, as a rule, profitable until within
o f dry lawn clippings, which were the past few years, when the establish
found to an wer the purpose much bet ment o f creameries and cheese facto
A . .1 . M A R T I N ,
ter than cut straw. Grain, grit and ries has created a large byproduct of
drink water were constantly before skimmilk and whey, valuable pig foods
L U C A S & DOD D, Proprietors.
P A I N T E R ,
the sitters. On being made the nests when properly used. Since the corn
were thoroughly dusted with a dlsln- j acreage iu the state Is small tlie feed
H ouse, sign and ornam ental, grain
footing powder, and so were the sitters j ing problem resolves Itself Into grow
before being put on the nests. It was ing pigs with a minimum amount of
in g, kalsoming and paper hanging.
FALLS C IT Y . OREGON.
found beneficial to place two or three grain and a maximum of alfalfa, milk
D ai . las .
china eggs iu the nests as arranged and whey or other cheap foods. Six
and allow the broody hens to sit on seasons’ experiments have been made
them for a day or two. The sitters at the Utah station to ascertain the
having proved reliable, the china eggs value o f pasture, either alfalfa or mix
were removed and replaced by the ed grass. In hog feeding. The follow
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Fresh
valuable ones. In the morning the ing statements are gathered from a re
Leave * Independence for Monmouth and \ ir l ie -
and Salt Meats at Lowest Prices.
doors of the nest boxes, which had port recently made:
7:80 a m
3:30 p m
Leaves Independnee for
Monmouth and D allas -
been closed from the previous day,
In pork production economic use may
W e buy everything the f»rn er baa to si 11 at highest market- price.p
1:10 a m
7:16 p m
were opened and the sitters allowed be made o f pasture In connection with
Leaves Monmouth for A irlie -
Mills located 3^ miles from Falls C uy on Rock creek road. Store at 5
opportunity to get out for food, water a full grain ration.
M a in
3:60 p m
Fall« City, Oregon. Telephone connection with mill. Get our prices [
Leaves Monmouth for D allas —
and a short run. In early spring, when
The average results o f four seasons'
7:30 p m
before huying elsewhere. We will surprise von. Yours for Falls C ity!
the weather Is likely to be cold, the experiments show that mixed pasture
Leaves 4lrlie for Monmouth and Independence —
LU C K IA M U T E M IL L CO.
3 1» ni
is not beneficial to pigs having a full
Leaves D allas for Monmouth an 1 In.ie »em nnie —
of ten minutes. The foregoing details supply of grain and skimmilk.
1*0 p u i
8.30 p m .
Bring in your babies under one year old and we will give them free a fane gold ;
The average of seven trials made In
ring, warranted or five years.
hatching of chickens by liens.
both pens and yards gives results fa
R. O. GRAVEN
R . « . W IL L IA M S .
P r e s id e n t .
< a s h le r .
Late April ami May hen hatched vorable to grass feeding In connection
W . C. VASSALL, a s s is t a n t C a s h ie r
chickens did the best at the Canadian with grain rations. The pens having
farms. In the case of hen hatched green stuff made 33 per cent greater
chickens the latter were permitted to gains than those without and required
O F D A L L A S , O R EG O N ,
remain in their nest for 24 or 30 hours, 40 pounds less grain for each 100
when, with tlie mother hen. they were pounds of gain.
Tranwicte a general banking ousi-
placed in a slatted coop on the grass
Pasture with grain rations, averag
HeSH in all its bra n d ies; buys ami sells
M A R T I N B R O S ., P R O P R IE T O R S .
outside. The coop was so arranged ing all the experiments, gave slightly
exchange on principal points in the
A ll kinds of rough and dressed lumber on hands or out that it could lie securely closed at. ; better results than green stuff cut and
United States ; makes collections on all
points in the Pacific N orthw est; loans to order.
We can fill any order for lumber of any length night while ventilation was secured. ! fed in connection with grain in pens
Through the slats the chicks could run and yards. Where lands are cheap and
money and discounts paper at the best j promptly.
on the grass outside, while the lien re labor comparatively dear it seems ad
rates ; allow interest on time deposits.
mained Inside. On the floor of the visable to follow the pasture method.
Pigs running on pasture, with par
Slab wood for cook stoves or harvest engines at 50 cents coop was sand to the depth of two
indies. On taking the mother hen tial grain rations, produced gains at
from lier nest she was given food anil the least cost per hundred pounds. But
C vi . it D R . J O R D A N 'S o s i a t <
water. She would lie more likely to the total gains of those receiving full
brood the chicks contentedly after be grain rations were so much greater
ing fed than if hungry or thirsty. How that even with the smaller rate of prof
u;i jitSET»T.,»i»r«\>cuc«,Mk. (
it the total net gain per pig very much
T h e I-a rje n t A oat'n nical M useum la th e i
W ort£ . " c.ikiui'.-ies or any c o n ir a c te d "
exceeded that of the partial ration.
d lt t u e
m r n l by th e old g zt i
S p e c ia lu ( on th e C oaac Eat. j6 years.
In the quantity o f grain required for
, 08. JCRDAN-OiSEASESQF MEN i
100 pounds of gain tlie sets having a
S Y P H I L I S fh orou ifh ly e ra d ica te d i
By buying your—
one-fourth grain ration excelled In ev
I front -ystern w ithout th e use o i M e r c a r y *
T r a a * M fitted b y an F sp e r t.
ery test requiring the lowest amount
r.m rm for M a | i l s r s . A iptick and $
f radical cure fo r P i l e * . F l a n r a and J
and giving the highest per cent o f prof
P M a l » . Ly U r J o rd a n ’s sp e cia l p
I lies ■» ethos»«.
C n atultaeloa free and stri* S y o H e a re T
In rate of gain the sets receiving a
»•nafly - r b f better
A / ’ •«.fma C u r . in every cave *
d ertakon . W r ite for B o k P H I L O a O P H Y m f A
. i aa
full grain ration were the best In all
H i n R I A C K . V A IL E D F R E E . ( A valuab*
ON JORDAN à CO.. 1061 Market St.. A f.
S T A T E N O R M A L S C H C O L -M C N M O U T F , OR.
nu.u n e ir ueany propOrtiOnai to the
extra quantities they received.
Alfalfa supplies a good supplemen
tary food in connection with bran and
grain, but It Is too coarse and bulky to
be fed alone to the pig whose digestive
tract is especially adapted to concen
Alfalfa hay and sugar beets each
give profitable returns In connection
with a limited grain ration In winter
The cut represents tw o sets of pigs
which were used in tests of alfalfa pas
ture without grain. The first or upper
figure shows a set o f pigs 4 mouths old
at the beglnnlug o f an experiment be
fore they were turned on alfalfa pas- [
ture. The lower one shows a second
set o f pigs after being on nlfnlfu pas
ture without grain for 129 days. At
the beginning o f the test they were 7
months old end weighed just twice as
much as the first set.
In d a etrp .
The total annual production o f starch
from potatoes Iu the United States Is
about 15.500 tons, o f which 6,000 tons
are produced In the county o f Aroo
Wisconsin is one o f the most Impor
tant potato producing states and stands
next to Mnlue In the production of po
In 1900 Maine and New Hampshire
produced 9.000 tons o f starch. New
York 400 tons and Wisconsin and oth
er western states 6,100 tons.
In Wisconsin no varieties o f potatoes
are grown for textile purposes. The
starch factories must content them
selves with the small, unripe, rotten,
scabby slock, unfit for edible purposes.
In Mnlue, u^l.-ss the price o f mar
ketable potatoes he very low, only the
small. Injured or refuse potatoes are
»old to the starch factory.
ftle n n ln ir * In V a r i o u s F ie ld s .
Y e a rs .
$ 1.00 • bottle.
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TMC CENTAUfl COMPANY , TT ** U1RIY STHSET . NTW T O * CITY .
P O U L T R Y G R O W IN G .
L U C K IA M U T E M ILL C O M P A N Y
¡g Lumber, Shingles, Lath, Pickets, Etc.,
MOTOR TIME T A B L E .
U pper S a lt C reek Lum bering Co
The admixture o f gypsum (land plas
ter) will largely prevent the loss o f ni
trogen from fresh manure.
The pineapple lands o f Florida, the
peach lands of western Maryland and
the tobacco lands of Connecticut are
illustrations of the Importance of spe
cialization in the selection of soils in
Denmark still holds the palm for the
Some one who has been studying o f
ficial statistics says that In 1900 farm
ers received $185.290.172 more for their
products than In 1899.
Farm names have value. In many
instances they are a guarantee o f the
quality o f a product.
T h e A i r I n t h e I T o n a r.
There is a great difference between
changing the air In a room and just
mixing It. Suppose you open one win
dow in an otherwise closed room. You
may think you are gaining plenty of
flesh air. whereas In truth you are only
ge tting n more or less Impure mixture.
Every one has been taught presumedly
to air a sleeping room iu the morning
and especially if it has been used dur
ing the day or evening before retiring
The average person Is likely to feel
that she has attended to the exigen
cles of the ease when she has thrown
open a window and closed the door.
The fresli air comes In, much o f the
A ll R o u n d
G o o d P la n t.
One of the most useful ornamental
shrubs in cultivation Is the Japanese
barberry. For the purpose o f a dwarf
hedge It is the best known plant in use.
It makes a pretty specimen singly on a
lawn appropriately located or In masses
bordering shrubbery plantings. Thé
foliage is small, ueut and colors richly
in autumn, when the plant is further
ornamented by scarlet berries. Fur
ther, It is very hardy and stands ul-
most any position. It Is undoubtedly
an all round pluut, says Meehan.
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY«
You Can Save Money
F. H. MUSCQTT,
W ALL PA PER
TRU CK M AN .
G E T O U R PRICES O N
— ALL KINDS OF—
IRON WORK TO ORDER.
Repairing Promptly Done.
NEST BOX FOB SITT IN G U M .
\\ e carry one of the largest
A fair share of patronage solicited
■od all o-ders prom ptly filled.
D a lla s : O r e g o n
in the state and are ■
hero to sell goods.
iniiKe our enemies buy.
Buren & Hamilton
SU CH A CHANGE.
Not only in feelings but in looks. The
' ikin is clear, the eyes are bright, the
, rherks are plump. No more pain and
misery, no more sick headache, no more
j jaundice. What worked the change?
I)r. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery,
which cured the disease of the stomach
that prevented proper nutrition, and also
cleansed the clogged and sluggish liver.
Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery
cures diseases of the stomach and other
organs o f digestion and nutrition.
cures diseases of lungs, heart, liver, and
other organs which seem remote from
the stomach liecause many o f these dis
eases have theiF cause in a disease«! con
dition of the stomach involving the
allied organs of digestion and nutrition.
Important It Is to have early chick«
carefully brooded is well known to all ,
experienced breeders. The rations
adopted were stale bread crumbs, fol- |
lowed by stale bread soaked In milk
" I dent vou • letter about a year ■xo." writes
Mr». I Kins Hamilton, o f Farmington. Marion
and squeezed dry; this for a day or
Co.. we«*t V a . " t. Mated my cane an plainly as I
two. when granulated oatmeal was
could, and received a letter from you in a few
given. Crushed corn was not given un
ica’l IHscovery and ’ Favorite P rescription‘ —•
til after eight days, nod whole wheat
bottle o f each. I lined three o f each, and feel
like a new womnn
Don't suffer any p«in or
was not fed until the twelfth or four
misery *ny more
Before m in i your m fd irin ft
As the cblcka grew a
I suffered «11 the time hud jaundice. CMMd
from food not di^eMing properly. I would h«ve
mash composed o f shorts, cornmeal.
a n on j v t j LBWON.
»itk headache three and four tim e« in n week.
stale bread and a small quantity of
not do the work myaelf
I com m enced
ca?es making the largest total gain 1 Could
u«in? vour m edicine« «« recommended for liver
prepared meat was mixed with boiling
and giving decidedly the highest total com plaint, and think I am cured now. I a«kerl
skimmilk. allowed to cool and was giv
| our doctor if he couldn't cure me, and he «aid he
' could give me medicine to help me but the
en three or four times per day. Milk
Alfalfa without other food, whether i trouble might return any time I doctored
and water were both furnished for pastum l by pigs or cut and fed to three year« without any relief. Haven t had
rick headache «ince 1 t**ok the flrnt bottle o f
them In pens, furnished only enough | your medicine "
nutriment for bare maintenance. When j Dr. Pierce * Pellets cure constipation.
additional foo$l waa riven., fha gnioa » t
"T H E VASY RUNNING
NOISELESH W HEEL
Kosdstera, $35 and $40. Light
ruadstvra and racora $50. Ohaiu-
leu $60 and $75. Tribun« cush
ion Iranian $50 And upward. Tri
bune coaster brake model* $5 ex
tra. I am having the beet Tri
bune trade 1 have ever known,
due to the (act that tho wbeela
have proven lliemeelve* to be all
that was claimed (or them. Com*
ami see the line.
F. A. WIGGINS,
257 Liberty streec, Salem
FACTS IN FEW LINES
Tbe United States buy« matches
from Germany anil Sweden.
In density o f population Arizona has
1.09 Inhabitants to the square mile.
The uutional debt of tbe United
Kingdom is 5 per cent o f Its wealth.
The proportion o f divorce« to mar
riages in ltliode Island Is aLout one In
Virginia had the largest population
ef any of tlie states at the first census
(•ausage casings are Imported Into
this country In large quantities from
The United 8tates is nearly 32 times
as large as the United Kingdom o f
Great Ilrltalu anil Ireland.
The United Kingdom has colonies
nnd iMisscssions whose area Is equal to
more thau 27 times her own size.
The United States Imports from Al
geria cork wood, goatskinB, sugar, mo
lasses, marble and vegetable hair.
A flat to go up In Cincinnati this sea
son will probably lie the largest one In
the country. Its frontage will be 1,000
The per capita o f money In circula
tion In the United States on July 1,
1900. was *20.93. On July 1, 1878, It
Spain's kingdom of Asturias, accord
ing to The British Medical Journal,
boasts o f 28 centenarians In a popula
tion o f 600,000.
West Point cadets are to take up
polo ns part o f their athletic training,
and the government has purchased
ponies for the purpose.
Knngeroo skins to the value o f *267,-
859.36 were imported from Australia,
into tlie United States during the quar
ter ending Sept. .TO. 1900.
A private detective agency has been
started In Zurich. This is the first
o f Its kind In Switzerland, where the
law of divorce- Is practically unknown.
Bengal Is suffering from tbe cocaine
habit, and efforts are being made to
restrict the sale o f the drug, which the
Hindoos are using as a substitute for
A tunnel 25 miles long, reaching a
depth of 1,800 feet below see level, la
planned between Vaqueros hay, Spain,
and Tangier, In Africa. It would be
the deepest In the world.
A new cotton ginning machine ena
bles two men to gin 4,000 pound« dally,
and under the old system they could
turn out less than a hundredth part In
the same amount o f time.
Cincinnati has an organization o f
capitalists called “ The Tropical com
pany." It has large land holdings In
Honduras, on which tbe cultivation o f
bananas Is conducted on an extensive
When the first census was taken In
1790, Pennsylvania's population was
94,253, greater than that o f New York.
By the census o f 1900 New York's pop
ulation leads that o f Pennsylvania by
Turkey has made arrangements for
more Germsn officers to serve with
her army in order to effect certain re
organizations. Their previous success
es at Damascus and Tripoli were con
The Leicester (England) town coun
cil has decided to make a grant to tbo
municipal forward movement to enable
that body to provide boxes o f plants
for the window sills o f the poorer cot
tages o f tbe borough.
During the last year the average age
o f all the Quakers who died In Great
Britain and Ireland was a little over
01 years and 7 months. Tbe returns
also show a very low mortality rate
among Quaker children.
In the village o f Golodaevka, In the
district of Tehemhsr, Russia, an In
teresting treasure has been found, con
sisting of 217 ancient silver coins,
among which there are about 50 Span
ish coins o f the first quarter o f tbe
So difficult has It become to get do
mestic servants In New Zealand or a
woman help o f any kind that In many
places the ouly way to secure the serv
ices of the washerwoman la by sending
a gig for her. This Is tbe experience o f
a lady who writes to a friend In Eng-
r a r e s t * « 1« M e a l « »
Americans can make farming to Mex
ico pay. writes a correspondent to the
New York Commercial Advertiser. If
they know how. And the knowing
how. In bis opinion. Is In part to T-asn
by coffee and rubber and «tick to cot
ton. corn and Irrigation.” Titles are
good, land Is cheap, the laws are fa
vorable, the government is friendly, 1»
Is easy to do business, markets are ex
cellent sod transportation facilities
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