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And all Forms of Itching
Scaly Humours Instantly
Relieved and Speedily
CUBED BY CUTICURA.
Complete Treatment consists o f
C u t ic u k s So r, to cleanse the skin
o f crusts and scales ami soften the
thickened cuticle, C u t ic c h a O int -
m knt , to instantly allay itching,
sow» that are pure bred or nearly «o
and they mate them with a Chester
White boar, then they are crossing
breeds, »ay » C. 8. Plumb iu Rural New
The word ••scrub*’ Is often unfairly
used This word Is meant to apply to
a very low grade class of uultruil*-
| There are many very hue grade ::ni
j mals. representing really a good deal
of careful breeding and possessing cou
siderable fixed character
mals ought never to be called scrubs.
They are grades, and in cases where
pure bred males of the same breed have
been used ou the females persistently
for some years they are high grades,
though according to the modern Ideas
of breeding associations they will nev
er become pure bred. I wish to go fur
ther. however, and state that the word
scrub. In my opinion, should mean auy
animal of Inferior type aud character.
On this basis we have many pun* bred,
registered animals that are scrubs of
the tru»*st type, far worse In every
sense than many grade ones
It Is too
bad that this is so. but such is the fact,
as auy person who Is fair minded, fa-
tullar with many pure bred animals,
will testify. Consequently It need not
imply that because an animal is pure
bred and registered It is a »interior In
dividual. It may yet be a first class
CATTLE OF DENMARK
HI8TCRV OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF
A DAIRY BREED.
A u lm a la
S y m m e t r ic * !
The original cattle of Deumark were
neglected until about the middle of the
fentury, as grain raising wus the chief
occupation of the Denmark farmer,
says American Agriculturist. The stock
was kept on poor pasture during the
summer and compelled to live on straw
largely during tlie winter. The present
¿armors* found, however, that If tin*
fertility of their soil was to be main
taiued they must go into stock raising
and decided to take up dairying, as this
was considered quite profitable. The
Sleswlck breed was chosen as a start
ing point, and by close Interbreeding
J IN G L E S A N D J E S T S .
K e e p C a t t l e C le a n .
After the stable Is fixed, the cows In
i nd the milking all done, the last thing
to do before leaving them for the night
Is to clean out an.v manure that may
have dropped since they were tied up
and then scatter some sawdust or other
absorbent on the floor below the drop.
This soaks up the urine, and when a
cow Is lying down her tall will not be
come wet. Upon going out to milk in
the uioruing cows stabled lu this way
will be cleiiu. and one will not expe
rience the unpleasantness of having a
wet ami dirty tall swun# aero.» tbe
B u t !« !
a n a A r e F a iu o n .M ilk P r o d u c e r * ,
l .. l r v p i u k l e J . e r s e y * . •*-*
Iiu t A » r e C o u r i e r
a n d H e a v ie r .
“ Nervi* W a s t e ."
" W h y not spend tike vacation at Ya-
One of the most helpful U h »I<< n*i ' quitm Rav, where can be bad excel-
nerve waste ever issued is that en lent fare, good fishing, good boating,
titled “ Nerve Waste,** by Ur. Sawyer mile bathing, alluring rides amJ ram-
of San Francbco, now in its fifth hies. T b s courses and exercises at the
thousand. This work of an expert- summer school of 1901 ct Newport,
enceb and repntable physician is in will afford great variety of iustrilC-
sgreeabb contrast to the vast sum of lions, diversion and entertainment,
j false teaching which prevails on t h is N o other resort o ffe r s equal attract-
interesting subject. It a!*iund* in ion* and advantages **
carefully considered and practical ad-
vice, aud has the two great nicri:* of
For Over Fifty Y e a rs,
wisdom and sincerity. It is endorsed
An old and well tried remedy. Mrs.
by both the religious and secular Winslow's Soothing Syrup lias been
press. The Chicago Advance says: used lor over fifty years by millions of
“ A perusal of the book and the appli- mothers for their children while teeth-
cation iif its principles will pill Inalth, ing, with perfect success. It soothes
bop«.! and heart into thousand* of lives the child, softens the gums, allays all
that are now suffering through nerv- pain, cures wind colic and is the best
on« impairment.’* The book is $1.00,, remedy for diarrhoea. Is pleasant to
by mail, postpaid. One of the most j the taste. Hold by druggists in every
interesting chapters— chapter X X , on part of the world. 25 cents a bottle.
Nervines and Nerve Tonics— has been Its value is incalculable. He sure and
printed sepa«ately as a sample chap- ask for Mrs. W inslow ’s Soothing Hy-
ter, and will be sem to any address rup and take no other kind.
for stamp l»y the publishers. The l*a-
citic Pub. Co., Box 2658, San Francis
TYPICAL DENMARK RED COW.
Hobart Chatlield Taylor, the Chicago
' »cicty leader, is said to be studying
tor the stuge.
Helena Modjeska’s many farewell
tours seem about to end in a real de
parture for her native Poland.
A new play by Anthony Hope,
named “Pllkerton’s Peerage,*’ will
shortly be produced in London.
M. Emile Fnquet. an eminent dra
matic critic, was installed as a member
t*f tlie French academy the other day.
“The» Christian King” is the title of a
new melodrama which Wilsou Barrett
is said to be preparing for an autumn
production in London.
It is stated that Pietro Mascagni,
the well known composer, is negotiat
ing for an eight weeks’ tour of the
United States with an Italian orches
A memorial window* given by John
Drew in memory of his mother, Mrs.
John Drew, was unveiled at tlie Easter
service in St. John’s Episcopal church,
Lurchmont. N. Y.
Sol Smith Russell, the eminent come
dian. has been employing his time dur
ing the 15 months of his retirement
from the stage in preparing a book of
reminiscences, which will shortly be
The captor of Aguinaldo Is to figure
on tlie stage In a new play, entitled
“General Fulist911 and the Filipinos.”
The play tells of an emotional love sto
ry in which the brigadier general takes
an active part.
Richard Mansfield ordered two por-
*ralts from a Boston artist at $300 each
».ml refused them. A jury has decided
that the one representing him as Rich
ard III was bad, but that the other, a
Shy lock, was sufficiently good to de
A favorite trick of some actors is to
get an untruth Into publication and
then to deny it. advertising themselves
twice. The Clipper exposes a case in
which a man sent in an assertion of his
marriage and followed it with an in
dignant demand for a contradiction.
C O U N T S YO U/t M O N E Y .
W hen you want fencing nr any oili
er kind of lumber, we can ttiuke 1« to
jo u r interest lo inquire at 1 hi* cilice.
The Chicago Times-Hera Id believes At. ; we In; vj shingles for sale.
most people have no trouble iu count
ing their money and few ever com- j
plain of the trouble attendant upon
doing so. There are some people, how- >
ever, who find the task of counting
coin an exceedingly trying and oner
ous one. ami these are the clerks iu
Why You Should Insist on having
banks and certniu of tbe government,
departments, where large sums of limn-'
ey are daily handled. The United
Unequaled by any other.
States subtreasury iu Chicago is one j
Renders hard leather soft.
of these de partments, but there tbe | Especially prepared.
drudgery of counting coin is now a 1 Keeps out water.
tliiiig of the past.
A heavy bodied oil.
This is because of a little device that
is now in operation iu the subtreasury
rooms iu the Uand-McNaiiy building, | A n excellent preservative.
Reduces cost of you- harness.
the invention of Captain Robert I. I'or- '
N ever burns the leather ; its
ter. chief of tlie secret service agents 1
Efficiency is increased.
attached to the subtreasury. Captain !
Secures best service.
Porter’s machine looks like a miniature j
Stitches kept from breaking.
cornsheller, such as they use on the
farm. It is fastened to the edge o f 1
the tables on which the coins are 1 Js sold in all
Y o u N e e d t o D o In
In to T ill» liiitrn io u »
to V h o v e l
M a ch in e.
EUREKA HARNESS O IL
H arn ess
T li* F ln iN li.
With low towed head the edit.ir sat
In hi* easy oihte chair.
A troubled look was 011 his face;
His brow was lined wit'i t are.
S ta n da rd O il <'oiii|»wny.
Ilis great brain throbbed, bis breath came fast,
He heaved hits si<h on si ;h;
He clinched bis band and bit his lip
Anti stifled a -otl wrung cry.
On hia desk a uiicct of paper lay.
The source oi Ids bitter woe.
Aud it • a'list'd him torture as keen and great
As mortal may ever know,
Upr on that daintily scented sheet
j and selection a race of cattle has been
liis lore a rhyme had penned
And had ada J him ukase to publish it;
! developed farfamed for an abundant
yield of inilk and distinguished by a pe
Poor man! He »aw the end!
culiar red color.
irritation, and inlianiination, and
If lie oent it haik with thanks, lie knew
In 1804 there was a general uprising
soothe and heal, and C l t i c i k a K k -
his uher a.ie’d surely spurn;
in favor of improved stock and with
If he published it ye god;, ye gods!
s o l v k n t , to cool and cleanse the
His subscribers would ne’er return.
tbe widespread use of Ice In dairying
A Si sol. k S kt is often
—St. Paul Dispatch.
about 1870 and the introduction of co
sulticient to cure the most torturing,
operative creameries and centrifugal
D o w n o n 121* Lock.
disfiguring, itching, burning, bleed
mac hines In ISSO Denmark took n high
Signor Pluto Slltnhou.se. the eminent
ing, scaly, crusted, and pimply
rank as a dairy country. There are
tragedian, was temporarily out of a
skin, scalp, and blood humours,
about 250 societies interested in the im
job ami was touring the provinces,
St m l ) t h e f o w ,
when all else fails.
provement of red Danish cattle. The
mostly on foot.
A good dairyman must learn the In light red color so common at first has
M illions o l People use Cutlcur* Soap,
“You have no baggage,” said the
assisted by CUTICURA O in t m e n t for beautify*
dividuality of every cow and find Just given way to a darker tone, and the
Ing the skin, fo r cleansing the scalp, and stop
landlord of tlie vil age hotel. “You
what ration and the kind of treatment red and white cows are now seldom
ping o f falling hair, fo r softening and whiten.
have to pay in advance.”
are best for her. Tbe cow that tests seen. The red Danish breed is almost
Ing the hands, for baby Itching» and rashes, In
“Sir.” replied the gifted actor, scowl
the highest is not necessarily the most unique to the Danish islands. Is also
baths fo r annoying Irritations and chnflngs, or
ing darkly, “ I never travel without
too free o r offensive perspiration, for inany
profitable, but the one which will pro distributed to a great extent in Jutland
sanative, antiseptio purposes which suggest
duce the greatest amount of butter fat and is constantly gaining favor in Fin
themselves to women and mothers, and for all
Aud lie handed over his toothbrush
In a year.
land aud Russia. The total number of
the purposes o f the toilet, bath, and nursery.
and strode into the dining room.—E x
Sold throughout the world. BritUh Depot! F. NSW-
this breed throughout Denmark is 800,-
SBBr A Bous, J7-ÏS Charterhouse Hq, Loud ou. T ot I SB
A W O R D F O R T H E S IL O .
O slo amo Cusu. Com*., Sola Props.
000 or more.
The cattle are of a marked dairy
It * V ir t u e * E x t o lle d b y a P r o g r e s s iv e
L o v e L e t t e r » o f n S c h o o lb o y .
type, symmetrically built, with small
F arm er.
The grat is green, tlie sky is blue,
Honey is sweet, and so are you.
H O W T O SE LE C T GOOD COW S
There are always kickers against the horns and dark red color without any
silo. They are two legged kickers, says conspicuous markings. White spots oc
I feel all throbby when I see
T h . M i l k o f K v . r , A n i m a l * u .< D .
a correspondent of The National Stock casionally appear on the belly, but not
You look aergsa the room at ine.
W e l j r h e d a n t! T e * # e d .
man. 1 never have had a cow or steer elsewhere. The udder is well develop
Oh, how I like to sit a!l clay
It needs no argument to show that It or horse or mule or hog to be on any ed; teats shapely and well placed. The
And watch you while you teach away!
requires good cows to secure a profit in thing but tlu* most friendly relations skin is moderately fine, loose and soft,
Tlie rose is nice and sweet to smell;
while the hair is soft and dense. Con-
dairying, says an old dairyman in with my silos, aud while I do not per
My love for you no tongue can tell.
American Agriculturist. Now cows«are mlt my own judgment to put on any hidering tlie degree of improvement,
I wish that I was thirty-tlir<\\
selected aud maintained iu dairy herds airs of infallibility I have some cows tlie breed is hardy. Cattlemen always
For ina says (hut’s what you must be.
Inure the young cattle by a constant so
almost universally on the Judgment that in their likes and dislikes are so
journ in tbe open air. where they are
of the dairyman.
If a cow pleases
frequently exposed to tiie wind and
a man. lie takes and keeps her until
rain. Even during the severe winter
her years of usefulness are over. lie ty that l never think of making an ap
Tlie dowager empress was in a droll
weather they are. as a rule, turned out
does not Inquire about her record, as
every day. The cows look somewhat
no records are kept. It does not occur from where the wise men come, from
“A note from the German emperor!” 1
like the Jersey, but are much coarser.
announced the chamberlain.
to the dairyman that there may be a
1 hey often produce 4«> pounds of milk
great difference In the individuality of
“A Billy doux.” observed her maj
p-*r day and are dry only three weeks
the herd thus secured, a difference so is partly spoiled; that it is unwhole
each season. The bulls are darker in G U T T E R F O R C O W S T A B L E . esty.
great that some Individuals only will
“And a note from the UnPed States!”
color than tlu* cows, with black points,
yield n profit and others will be kept ! and eat out her Internal economy; that
“A Yankee Doodle doux!” cried this
C lie n p , F in a lly C o iiN lr n e t e d a n d K e e p s
.•¡nd somewhat resemble tlu* Sussex.
at a loss. If this question is raised, not j
remarkable woman, while gales of mer-
t l i e B u r iL C le n n .
The butter made by tbe co-operative
one dairyman in a thousand takes the
A (Trent uuufy cotv stables have no I rlm‘'ut
over ,he 8ei'vlU-‘ eonrt- - I
creameries of Denmark is packed in
trouble to weigh and test the milk of j ing in it that the dried fodder does not
manure gutters, and the floors are of Detroit Journal.
tubs and sent to the central station for
each cow iu order to satisfactorily an
(Ming so many tons of that liquid that export. The producers are paid ac ten In bad condition. It does not cost
swer the question.
much to put in a water tight gutter.
be cheaply added in the winter. cording to the prevailing market price
■ Four years ago we secured a herd
W e have one in an old stable 30 feet i
lor butter. Tbe pasteurized skimiuilk
50 YE AR S"
cf 25 cows. None of these cows hav
long that cost ns less than $4 to com- !
is sent back to tin* farmers to be fed
E X P E R IE N C E
ing a record, they were purchased on
the judgment of the men who selected me to overwhelm even a stronger man j from the hundreds of lakes each win Dairyman.
them. A committee of Jersey breeders than I am I simply refer the whole \ ter. and even through tlie hottest
W e used two inch white oak (season
sent tis four Jerseys. In the same way matter to the cows, and they always weather tlu* Danish creameries makp ed> pieces 8 inches wide and made tho j
three (»uernseys and four Ayrshire»
the very best of butter and command
gutter 10 inches wide au(l 8 inches |
were selected. The remainder of the | When we shall arrive at a proper ap the best European market. The cow*
deep. The sketch of the end section
TRADE M A R K «
herd were grades. Some were raised on
are tested with tuberculin and are giv shows how tlie pieces were fitted to
the faun and others purchased.
An silo not only as an adjunct of the dairy, en the very best of care. The pas
p y r i g h t s A c .
accurate record was kept of this herd i but ns a supplement to the farm as ttires are not so rich as in some coun
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
ascertain our opinion free wheth:r an
Kadi individual cow was charged with j well, then we uMll understand that we fries, but, supplemented with grain, cut them so as to break joints. This quickly
invention is probably patentable. Communica
tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patent*
the food she consumed at market price were wise in holding fast to the sil< rows are lu-avy producers. The aver
Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive
and in addition with the cost of labor faith, and the kicker otherwise.
age cow weighs from 1.000 to 1.200 The bottom pieces (B) were cut and tpecial notice, without charge, in the
expended in her case. Credit was giv-
pounds, wl.de the bulls range from jointed to make a tight fit. For cleats
on for I ho honor pr-xlucc.l an.l for the I ‘ he ll,,ll,“ lu'<1 l*“*t" re-
1,000 to l.NPd pounds.
(C) 4 by 4 pieces of hard wood were
nk I ni ni I Ik. Tho viflntlon In I bo Itoli-
" m ,K‘ "
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir
culation o f any scientific journal. Terms. $3 a
vhlunlltv of those cows wan shown li, l*aBt- 11" ‘"
° r -•"> o«-™*
ca r: : four months..
months, f L Sold by all newsdealers.
Tbe side pieces were spiked on. com
Ilio yoar'a rocord. In tho production of j w ' "
“ ,0" s ,,1,,re
mencing at one end and springing the
III11 k i..... a uro wna from 8.5Ô8 pound. * biy ,,ml l>«*°«tul,ly than Ilio 100 hitos
Branch Office, 625 F St., Washington, D, C.
2 by 8 Into line as we went along. Tho
r i i e n o e i i » < •»■( o f Itu t i o n a n d I q -
to 3.141 i wund.: In butter from 000 <J° now- " ml ..... . wl11 ,M‘ " * nrT^
er**n n*> F l o w o f M i l k .
heel plank (D> and walk plank (Ei were _
pound, to Ido pound.: In not profit ; de''0,,■ (° ° ' " ' ,r llm>" of "Brieoiture or
For early spring feeding when the laid over one-half inch, so as to form a
from *42.30 profit to *IS.«3 lo... The 1 ,0 Br“ v'',n« <>»■ Droteln for tho dairy to
supply of bay Is running low and the flange, and then spiked down.
ali pooroat cows wore kept at a money I the wliole.o"ie r u t t i , down of the
end of the silage Is in sight the dairy
The end pieces were fitted In and
ioaa of *07.47 and the all moat profita- fp" ' a,|i' fertilizer b ib..
A n d
mon who has n patch of rye will find »t nailed, and the gutter was complete.
ble at a profit of $148.78.
sigh to nwu all the land joining him. most valuable, says a correspondent or When soaked up. It was found to be
It I h a rule scarcely without excep
National Slock man. During the winter water tight. It took the writer less
tion that when morels of individuals but rather regret that he already has a good coat of manure may be profita
iu a herd are kept for tlie first time
bly applied to It when tlie ground Is
some animals are found running the done.
frozen. If the manure can be applied
dairymen It* debt and others yielding j
SIIANTA K 0 U T K
with a spreader. Hie work will he more
very little profit. It is a conservative j
perfectly done, ns the application
I Trains leave Dallij*» for Portland ami way stations
estimate. I •»elleve, that 25 per cent of
at 6:10 a m. except Sundays.
should be uniform and no hunches be
Leave Iu<le|MMi<ience forCorvalH* at 11:00 A- M.
dairy cows are kept at a loss. 13 to 30
left to 8tnotlier the rye. The rye crop
per cent lit little or no profit, while the '
I» most economically fed as a soiling
remainder only yield a profit sufficient j
Leave P >rthnd 8:30 a in, 7:3». pm
crop and given to the cows in their
WATER TIG H T MAN P R « GUTTER.
Leave Alb my 12:10 P. M .. 11:30 P. M.
to make up »he loss of the unprofitable !
Stalls It will be highly relished by the than two hours to make this gutter,
Arrive Ashland 12;3:ta in; ll;3 0 a m
oues and leave a small resulting profit
A rriv • Sac rumen to p in; 4:3ft a in
There is no poison so highly contagious, cows, for ns spring approaches the ¿»Id and In another hour a trench was ting
Arrive S«n Kroueinco 7:45 p in ;8:15 a m.
Dairymen may correct their Jtulg
so deceptive and so destructive. Don’t be row ’s fancy fondly turns to thoughts of
and the gutter fitted in ami leveled
meat and seeure h«*tter cows by keep
too sure you are cured because all exterqal something croon
W Idle It is lseing fed j wltli a spi. it level.
ing records of the milk given by each , signs of tlie disease have disappeared, and the grain rat tun
Arrive Odgen 5:45 a m; 11: Lr> a ni.
• iii in* gradually re-
Oue eud of the front edge of the gut-
Arrive Denver »4:00 a in; 0:00 a ni.
Individual <*ow and the amount of fat the doctor say» you are well. Many per
Arrive Kan-as v’itv 7:25a in; 7.25 a m.
dured and .\ l..jc tlu* ft*eding of the rye j ter was set 4 feet 8 Inches from the
fC contains, bv forming In their minds sons have been dosed with Mercury and will almost al ways increase the flow of ,
Arrive » 'hivagi* 7:45 a in; tf;3*» a m.
stutiehlon sill and the other about 5
a better conception of tlie form ami Potash for months or years, and pro
milk it ehe..|s‘U8 the cosi of the ration feet 2 Incbes. This provision w as'fo r
outline of a dairy cow She should have nounced cured — to realize when too late also.
that the disease was only covered u p — I
Arrive T. or Angeles 1:20 p ni; 7:00* in.
both long and short cow». The gutter
a long, deep barrel In order to store aud
Arrive Kl Pa*» «:0u p in; 0:00 p in.
As a diuretic the rye is valuable, und I bps been In ennstupt use over four
driven from thé
Arri e Port Worth 0.30 a in; 6 30 a in.
digest n large amount of food. She LÊUn
i n t o l B * o A g * o f t a a U
k o . slirfacetobrrak
« general toning up of the physical sys . years, and not a leak ha» sprung any
Arrive City of Mexi o 9:55 a in; ®;55 a m.
should have a good udder, so that the out again, ami to their sorrow and mortifi
Arrive Hutton 4 Oí» a m;4:00 » in.
tern of the cow can always be observed. where In it. \Ve would pot take It out
Arrive N*v. Orleans 6: 5 p m;0:2ft p m*
food transferred to the blood may find cation find those nearest and dearest to
Arriva Washington 0:42a in; 0:42 a m.
and go back to the old filthy floor for
room to be elaborated Into tullk
She '.hem have been infected by this loath
Arrive New \ ork 12 43 p ni; 12 43 p hi.
many time» its cost.
some disease, for M other potto* is so
should have light front and rear quar
1*? L ’d Immediately after milk- j
Aside from the heel and walk plank,
ter* aud carry little flesh, showing a surely transmitted from parent to child
Pullman and Tourist cars on both trains. Chair j
the floor of this cow stable Is entirely
disposition to transform her food luto
cam Sacramento to Odgen ami K! Paoo. and tourist |
Catarrh, Scrofula or severe skin disease.
of clayey gravel, thoroughly tamped can
milk aud uot luto flesh.
* to Chicago, St. Louis, New Orleans and Wash
un old sore or ulcer developing In middle
Keep Calve* Dry.
down. No cleaner or drier stable floor ington.
life, i-.n hr tracct to blood |x>uon con-
no cl room, tn n o n
should can be found anywhere. Yet It cost u»
SCRUBS AND GRADES.
lB c«r"y Th4t S ,n o f t h o P a r e n t . »I’rinu enlv,.«. or mil calve« for thnt very little and is a vast Improvement
Connecting at San Francisco with se\ eral steam
over ii cow stable floor tyitb po glitter shift ¡ine* for Tion dulu, .l»p*n, China, Pni iiplnea
life, for it remain* amoMerin« in the .v v
£ to ■*«.* ” »* <«>0 » «
W o fil«
h l«* h A p f O f t e n I m p r o p e r l y
Central and South America.
I »e d k y B re e d e r*.
lriven out in the beginning. S. S. S. is
11 l>nrn or »table and provided with
The words “cross bred.” properly tlie only antalote for this peculiar virus, plenty of dry bedding. If they are al
Preventing Xeoar* Iu falvea.
CORVALLIS MAIL DAILY
•penking, should refer to no animal the only remedy known that can over
lowed to get wet. their feed will have
\Yc have never been troubled wltb
tbe result of crossing two distinct come it and drive it out of the blood, and to be Increased, their oats become tbe calf cholera, but tbe white scour»
7 30 A M f.v
Ar. 500 P
it does this so thoroughly and effectually rough and they cease to grow. They
breed«, ns. for example, a pure Short
have given ns (rouble at times, »ays a 11:03 A g l.r.
!*'• i.J4 P
that there i* never • return of the disease
ls»rn twill on a pure Hereford cow
If. to embarras» or humiliate you afterwards. must be kept In a thrifty, healthy con New York farmer in American .Agri 11:55 P M Ar.
Lv. 1:20 P M
dition at all tunes.
however. • Shorthorn boll were used
culturist. This commop difficulty wltb
Alhatir and Corvatta <*onroc4 with traina of Or*
cures Contagious Blood
on a cm » w that was three-fourths Short-
Faison in any aud all
R oilnu rtie«*ea.
• WWM. I should t*JI the cow a “grade”
at a g e * ; contains nc
j discoli raging und. I hpllera. Is prevent
P A S S E N fíK R .
Cheeee Rlioulil lie put lit food fitting j able iu alinosi every instance by egre-
f mineral to break down
ahd would say i I hi < this breeding was
your constitution ; H is bose*. the »Idea of the 1 > oe being cut ; ful feeding
gradln« up rather <li*« crossing.
Feeding a young calf
Daily. Cieept Sarday.
w h e n nit'll w h o 4wiVM i ’l.tjncTt hina ¡?ur* '> v* * « t* £ » " < 'lh* on,'v bloodpuri- down nbout half an Inch tower than
limi* limes a day for awhile Is an ex
her known that cleanse» the Moot! and the cheese.
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Tbe weight should he eel lent plan
Feed oui y a small mess »:?.-■
. - at tlie same time builds up the general
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plainly stamped on the lio* near llie Have it always wurro and always
Oyr little book on contagious blood seam, and all marks that are to he pm j measured or weighed. It may pay to
poison «s the most complete and in,true-
l *'*' *x,s should lie pul on every box
test the imi (urn ture with the ther
P w nr
*4. f°©t *>f
live ever Issued: it not only tells all • » * «
' mono ter
Heiler feed » little under
lo r In fan ti «nd Children.
A IR L1F FUR ilir -T R I-W F .F .K L Y .
about this disease, btit also how to cure
! than a little over the capacity of the L*av« s 35 a m.
Arriva 3 (tf p. m
vtMirself at home
It is free and should
calf It is overfeeding that emise* the Laave 3:50 |». m.
Arrive - 5»' a. m
be in the hands of everyone seeking s
A r r 'Y - M O p m
A i. ll*
L «a *t 7 30 a m
O A B T O n X A .
cure. Send for it.
y f »h*
llN Kind »Q
Tos * Hw
milk, but feed it dry »fte r tbe calf ha»
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§ * « I. N Wood< atr*»a
Dalla* station or oH.ln
• * I h a v e b e e * uatn* r.4fM A I t F T I and * •
a mild and effective laxative they are simply won
derful. My daughter ami I were bothered with
■ick stomach and our breath was very bad. After
taking a few doses o f Coscareis we liare improved
wonderfully. They are a great help In the family."
W ii . uei . mina N agel .
1137 Hiueuhouse St., Cincinnati. Ohio.
NEW MONEY COtTNTlRO MACHINE.
piled up. On the side of the machine
is a little dial. When a clerk wants
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to count $1.000 or $100,000, be just
shovels the coins into the hopper of
the machine and turns the crank. The
coins pass through the machine and
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fall into a Img suspended for their re
ception. while an exact register of the
amount is recorded on the dial. Mis
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do
takes are Impossible, there is no brain Good, Never Sicken. Weaken, or Gripe. 10c. 26c. ôüc.
worry, and the process is eight or ten
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times faster than it is possible to at BOrllng Heaedy Cowpaay, CMt* » , Jlonlroai, New York. 316
tain by hand. As an illustration, the N fl.T A .R A f! sold and guaranteed by all drug-
WW• I U-GAI# gists U» t'L UK Tobacco Habit.
machine will count $1.000 iu quarters
in seven minutes, while to count that
sum by bund will take the most ex
pert clerk In the subtreasury four
hours, with the attendant liability of
In the county court of the state o f Oregon,
mistakes on his part. O f course the
same machine will not handle various for the county of Polk. In the matter of the
estate of Richard Knee, deceased. —Citation.
sized coins, and there have to be sep To Matilda Knes, Bessie Knew, Charles Knes,
arate oues for dimes, quarters, halves
Elmer Kites, Nellie Knes, Alfred Knes, Alice
Blodgett and K. C Keyt, greeting:
and $1 pieces*.
» • » •• • • • « •»•«»•N i
for fifty years ha» toen
th« tost in the world.
Double t h r o u g h o u t.
soft and smooth. Will not
crack, peel off or become
sticky. Catalogue free.
N. T. 1 (<-Il!n:r nnri I’ arkinjt t o.,
A|cU., hnn KrttnrUen,
It. .H. SAWYER At SON,
K««t I'amhrltlKe, B e *».
1N T H K N A M K < > K T H K S T A T K O F
Oregon, you are heieby cited and required to
appear iiA h e county court of the state of Or
egon, for the county of Polk, at the court
I room thereof, at Dallas, in tlie county of Polk
| M o n d a y , th e 5th day of A u g u s t ,
l ‘J01, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon of that
day, then and there to show cause, if anv*
there be, why an order of this court should
not be made for the sale o f the following de
scribed premises, belonging to the estate of
Richard Knes, deceased, to-wit: An undi
vided one-holf interest in 100 acres of land,
described as the southwest quarter of section
8, in township 5 south, range 1 east, of the
Willam ette meridian, in Clackamas county,
in tlie state of Oregon.
W IT N E S S , the honorable J. K. Sibley
judge of the county court of
the state of Oregon for the
county of Polk, with the seal
of said court affixed, this 24th
day of June, A. I)., l!K)l.
A**est: U . S. Laughary, clerk.
1 y VV. F. Nichols, deputy.
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