Polk County observer. (Monmouth, Polk County, Or.) 1888-1927, January 02, 1889, Image 1

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    P olk C ounty O bserver .
V O L . I.
m qnmoi
th . polk county , O regon ,
f ACIFIC COAST NOTES, MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS THE AGRICULTURALIST
W ednesday , J anuary 2. use.
NO. 42.
Manure has to be applied wuti cau­ POR fLANDI MARKET IREPOR T. > H o w T U «y A D h *! L lv « -H |o e k toad ttw«ft>»rm-
f r ’i y o r k f l - H o o k .
tion to the p**ar to avoid causing
On
how
many
farms, should staole*
blight.
The
great
point
is
never
to
M»t’e rs o f L o c a l a n d G en eral im p o rt A B rief M ention o f M a tte rs o f G eneral
The st its of the mercantile market ha« | be visited by a committee of inspee-
N ew sy N o tes C once n ln g th e F a rm a* d stimulate a sudden ff.*w of sap by
G a th e re d fro m All S o u rc e s for
i tuu-hanged threughot the past | tlon. would the stables be found so
In te re s t.-N o te s G ath ered from
manuring when i>s effects will be im­ remains
o f E sp e c ia l I. te r e s t to ti e Pa-
w e ek , w h e a t
lieing aieue affected.
th e B enefit o f O u r R e a d e rs.
If,ome a n d A b ro ad .
mediately
felt.
For
this
reason
it
is
Uah
e
advices
from Liverpool do not give perfect In their ai-raugemeuts as to
clflc C oast H u sb an d m an .
prom
ise
of
a
chan
g e for the better until call for uo criticism? I imagine those
besito apply manure just before the
a fte r the Christmas holidays. The retail j which would bo graded perfect are
j« Truckee talks of a toboggan elide.
pear
tree
enters
the
dormant
state
indi-
Mrs. Grover Clevolaud is in Phila-
It is claimed ttiaPon an average the cated by the falling of the leaves. holiday tra d e is verv active, ready money few. Vet tlie stable is a very impor-
delphia.
lieinjr m ore p len tifu l th a n usual at this
Five cases of small-pox at Merced.
foo*l of a cow should yield 24 per cent. ' Early in the fail is the beet time. In tim
j Hint part of the farm economy for it is
e of the year.
jn
dry
food
matter
of
her
own
weight,
|
Bakersfield is tilled with land spec-
The base-ball team at Sydney, Aus
practice, however, August is aaid.to G R O C ER IE S S u g ars have fallen 4c ; there that a large part of the farm
but
this
..........
depends
uj>oo many
niators.
i .w ..
tralia, is being lionized.
o
-
-----. condi-
..... — be the proper time, for there are rare­ sine« our last report. We quote C f Jc, manufacturing is carried on. The hay.
.
1
, a
»
n.
...
M ods . A tmitill row will w>mctimed ly rains that c«>nie early enough to
c r u s h e d and .
__ OoVfc--
Tees firm, fod<ler aml *rain are made tpto butt«’’
The bounty 1 iw of Sonoma eounty
City will not permit sparring eat a large quantity and produce mow
stimulate growth the same season. .l« \ a 2 'c , C osta R ica 19 o'» 23c. Salvador and beef, and the fertilizers are pre­
has been repealed.
fxhibition# by noted pugilist*.
than a a lamer
larger one.'
one.
IS
«
|
He,
A
rhuckle’s
ro
asted
24 Ic.
In pared that are to restore the waste of
Thus dunug the whole of winter Abe
can n ed table fru it, asso rted . 24« $2 per j the farm and enable us to grow profit­
1 he Flutes are unlawfully trapping
Mrs. D:sg Debar, of “ spirit-pictures**
u
,,
_
manure
has
had
an
opportunity
to
be-
W , . A.
in Walker river.
‘¿me, ha* betn Pleased from prison.
enry ra>s
To w o r* I come mixed with the soil. The tree do*: pie fru it, asso rted , 2)« $1.2 a *1.3J, able crops in tho future. The essen-
good results from stover or corn-fod start* with a vigor which can be 8s flt.i$.
Twenty-live pionyrs have just or-
or.
W,
P R O V IS IO N S —O regon ham s are q u o t ] tinls of a good stable arc that it should
ntAn^^r*
^ ' w‘lh a population der, the crop ghould be harvested
of loot), has not had a death in five while the leaves are yet green, so that steadily maintained during the sum­ 'e d a t U K 'lflc, bri-akfast baron lie , b o u l­ I Iw warm so that in winter no cold
ganized a society at San Du go.
d ers 104c, K aatern m eat is q uoted as fol­ draft« blow on the stock confined with­
mer.
| months.
they will dry crisp and bright, in
lows: H am s l.'Ua ltle, breakfast b ico n UUr,
Frozen meat is to he shippid from
out exercise, and at the same time it
Heard's Dairyman says : ‘‘ A great I sides life .
«Btais City to Sacramento.
Natural gas has been struck by the which condition there is no more pal­
should be well lighted and ventilated;
deal
of
vagueness
exists
yet
among
F
R
U
IT
S
-G
reen
fru
it
receipta
I2N)
b
is
.
atable
food
on
thefamn
for
horses,
cat-
at Thorold and St. Charles,
A recount of the ballots for sheriff drillers
butter makers on the subject of ripen­ H ard fru it is scarce, and the supply of ap- that the arrangements for getting tho
tje or sheep.
Canada.
•
p 'es not equal to th e dem and. Apple« oOud food to the stock be such as to econo­
c f Nevada county is to be had.
ing cream. A great many men and on
per bx, M exirsu oranges $ i. lem ons'
Senator
Beck
does
not
get
any
bet-
i
women
who
have
had
a
chance,
at
Hedges
are
not
in
most
localities
an
$Ua.tl.50 per bx, bananas $8.olKgl,50, mize time and labor, and to enable ns
The building of a railroad from
1er,
and
he
may
never
be
able4o
re-
'
gtrinees
tOatiOe,
advisable fence. Tlfby take up tpo least, to know better persist in putting
to clean Hie mangers readily and
It-attle to the Canada line is assured. turn to the senate.
much land and do not form a perfect fresh skimmed cream into the churn,
V EG E TA B LE S—M arket well su p p ’ied. quickly; tlmt the stable floor be made
Tbe money in the state treasury
abbage f _ilc |>er »>, c a rro ts a n d tu rn ip « tig-lit so as to save all the manure,
C. Morford, aged 93 years, I barrier, as numerous gaps often ogcur. *Mr. N."G. Gilbert, of New York, made C *3c
p«*r sack, ro.i pepper .'L- per tb, potatot*«
Hist Saturday* amounted to $1,161,- the James
liquid and a<»li«l, and so arranged that
last member of the Association of If the owner does not care to root out a little experiment to set- what the re­ 4(1 a 4 k - per «ark, sw eet 1 Jcc.V per lb.
¡613 27.
sult
would
be.
For
about
a
week
lie
the
hedge
ho
snould
at
least
get
some
the stock is not liable to lie soiled, and
Old Defenders,
is
dead,
*
D
R
IED
F
R
U
IT
S
R
eceipts
4tH
*
pkizes.
•
good from it. B.trhed wire stretched had been getting about five pounds of S u n dried apples 4 «So per tt>, factory tho manure can be easily removed, and
Otto Schultz’ slaughter-house and
recent cold weather damaged across the open place will prove an butter from 100 pounds of milk, but slic d Sc, factory plinya SiSUc, O regon
lice house at Carson, Nev., were burned the The
tobacco and cnihV crops in the effective barrier, and besides it giwes not being satisfied that be was getting prune« 7 *9e, pear« 9 a 10c, pear he« 10 a He, that there be good roomy box-
for cows at
Sunday
#2.2« par box, Cali o rn la (iff« Sc, stnlls to be used
state of Vera Cruz, Mexico.
stock a very wholesome respect for all the butter from the milk, he tried S rai m y ins
rn a lsc per It>.
farrowing time, for marcs either
Harvey II. Cllrk has been appoint­
in Chicago are now required the hedge itself, however much they the experiment of keeping the two D A IR Y P R O D U C E —B u tte r receipts for heavy with foal or witli young
ed postpuwaar Jo ay >di, San Joaquin 1 by Bakers
law to stamp the weight and their have learned the bad habit of breaking i-kimniings separate until the second the week 150 pkges. Fancy cream ery ta p ­ colts and for wintering calves and colts.
county.
mess of cilam was cured and then per th, choice d airy 30c, m edium .Tta'kV Tried by these standards few stables
through the weak places.
names on every loaf of bread.
putting them together and churning. com m on 20e, e a ste rn ZotadOc.
Violation* of •*» fish laws are re-
But
one
session
of
Ihe
publTcschools
\
Those
who
intend
to
set
out
plum
EGGS—R eceipts 102 cases. O regon 35c, will be found that fill tho specifica­
arted from Taylorville and the mouth was held one day last week in Boston, 1 trees should not forget that plums, From one churning thus treated he e astern
32«*324c.
tions, It may not bo easy to remodel
obtained
six
pounds
of
butter
to
the
f Paper Mill «reek.
P O U L T R Y — C hickens $3.50 <r4, for an old barn so as to get the perfect
owing to a severe snow storm.
pigs and poultry are a trio which 100 pounds of milk. Here was a gain
larxe young a n d $4 4 50 for old, tu rk e y s
Ulrfier, San B-rn 'rdino county, and
F. W. Scott, vice-president of tllP i rt'’«ri*b
^ t h e r . and when plant- of 20 percent., all for an experiment.” l p « 134c per tt>, d u ck s $.>;«,? per doxeu, stables, but in most of them a little
planning and a moderate outlay of
menrid Bay, El D »redo county, aie Pratf county, Kansas, bank, is charged
geese
$S i i 0.
Thousands of acres of potatoes do
by seldom
° r ?h‘C
# to
k'
time and money will result in a grout
ens,
or
both,
good
crops
fail
.ostoffiee? just established.
W
O
O
L
-
Receipt«
for
week
221,800
lbs.
not
produce
half
they
should
tor
lack
with robbing the bank of $400.
e" 8- <lr h° 'h
‘ rn" “
V alley ISiiSlk E astern Oregon lO a l.'ir.
be
obtained,
as
it
is
believed
that
the
of sub-soiling. It is better and safer H O I’S -R e c e ip ts for week 1027 Ins. improvement.
Jack Logarbo haw been charged by 1 George Berchman accepts the chal­
Perhaps an enumeration of somo
disturbance of the soil and to plant fewer acres in this crop, which
jhe grand jury at 8.in Jose with the lenge qj Bilton, of the Pacific Coast, continued
the prevention of the growth of weed* is necessarily expensive, and de the Choice 12JM 14c.
things which 1 have seen, and some
"uurder of his stepdaughter.
to skate for the roller championship. und grat-s prevent the mrcnlion from work thorotigly. If the polatoe ground G R A IN R eceipts for w eek 04,200 ells. suggestions, may be helpful to our
V alley $I.37*f« 1.40, E astern O regon $1.324
A strong protest rgainst statehood
readers: First, I suggest that on tho
A joint resolution propo-ing an secreting themselves at night. They is sub*eoiltd, and the manure applied («1.40. O ats 32 a30c.
or Utah has been signed by the lit>- tnti-polygamy amendment to the Con­ also destroy the insects as fast as they is turned under the surface furrow, F i O U R R eceipts for w eek 5070 bbls. first rainy day when you aro at leisure
iral territorial committee of Utah.
you go to your barn and »tudy for a
stitution was introduced in tbe house. expose themselves upon the ground.
and a good seed-bed made, the crop S ta n d ard $4,75, o ilier lirauds $1.25.
FE ED -B a tte r M b i t ton, m ill do few hours tho dotalls of your stable. I
will
nearly
always
pay
double
what
it
The governor refuses to pardon Ar-, Lawler> o{ i y noiii introduced a bill , With even the most abundant capi-
$1S,MM.50, sh o rts $10 50, Iirau$l5.60, will toll you what many of you will
^ ur P: J a" UrtI.)* w*10 stl'le 160.000 jn
house last week pensioning I tal a farmer sometimes gels behind would without the extra preparatien baled h a y $ l3 « I 5 , loo«e $I2(«1 i .
Cracks between weather boards
?hile his father was stalo tieasuier.
reterans wlien they reach the age of ■ hand with work. It is not always poa of sub-soiling Tl e benefit from the F R E S H M E A TS—Beef, lire , 3c, dressed find.
sub-soiling
endures
several
years
un­
0 , m u tto n , live, 3c, dressed 0;, laniim that will let the cold winds in nnd the
The course of the opium seiztd at ( 50.
sible to procure farm help ;«• needed, less the land is sodden with water. In •2.25 each, hog«, live, 5) . (lo, dressed 7® tine snow sift through when th e n is a
on H .ron, Mich., has been traced to, x report U) the fo*
f n
For year, the tendency of labor has fact, there is some difference in the 74, veal thj«7c.
l blizzard so thut your stock will stand
he shipper, Joselyn, at Victoria, B. C. digclo8e‘ the fact ,h„4 **, day ia
t»m «eentrato in cities. Though soil ever after.
and shiver. Stock will be fur more
t.<m M more poorly paid than
31
■ and terri- | ; ¡ often
I
comfortable out of dtvors where they
A bill will be introduced into the j now observed
H*. «to . Aw» n, the city life is preferred
Professor Shelton, of the Kansas
W esiw o n ceu n old experiment in J can exercise und seek the lee of a
ming legislature of California to' tories.
I W toie social and other advantages State Agricultural college, writing of
ake two counties but of Los Angeles.1 General Charles G. Dahlgren, whs ,«t»t it give*. This is making labor in alfalfa, says that to raise it success­ stunting grain made by an old and straw-stack, or the shelter of a grove,
•hrewd farmer. On one coriitr of his tlinn when confined in a stall In such a
io*/k a prominent partin ihao**tkfed- the country harder to get every year,
A company composed of leading rate army, is dying at his borne in and thus indirectly obliging farmers fully -the ground should receive field sewn with oats was u very rich I stable. To keep animals under such
thorough preparation by plowing and
en at San Jose is to he organized to Brooklyn.
I circumstances is an expensive cruelty,
to subdivide large farms, diversify ban-owing.
Sow no less than 20 place, where u barn or stack or ma-
re for oil and gas in Santa Claia
The switchmen on the Burlington their crops and do as much us they pounds of seed to the acre, and sow ouie heap had once stood. Here the for at least one-fourth of the food
Alley.
always lodged. Taking his cue eaten is consumed in maintaining heat,
road who have been on a strike have ; cftn without hiring,
this about the middle of April. H.u- grain
from this, the farmer drew a heavy 41)- when it might as well be used in mak-
esolved
to
continue
to
try
and
em
owr
iu
lightly,
following
wiih
a
roller,
At El Frso a strong < tfod is being
Crab apples make a very firm and if possible. Do not be discourged if tooih drug over his place after the I ing beef or milk. The thing for thoso
ftde to create a strike on the "arias« the road.
pxlatable jelly. The Siberian crab ap­ the plant make:« a feeble growth du - o is were two or three inches high, to do who find the stabie in this condl-
uthern Pacific by dissatisfied en-
Dr. J- ffrey, of the First Baptist ples are easily obtained and ate fine in
<nd then roll, d it down. Neighbors ! tion is to buy paper and lumber and
peers.
church at Indianapolis, preached a fltvor, but, ii one nan get them, the ing the fir«t sea*on, as they usually said this would hurt the oats. That, have the stable double-boarded before
do Alfalfa should not be pastured or
A largp meeting of merchants of -ermou recently indieating a disbelief wild s| ecies, the soar, green things mowed during the first and critical lie replied, was just what he wanted j winter comes. After you have tried it
in
the
orthodox
hell.
that grow on the thorny trees in the season. The mower should occasion­ to do. They were growing loo rank one winter If you do not conclude this
ns Aug- le« one night last week insti­
ccunir\
—give the greatest satisfaction. ally bo run over the ground high I be drag tore the leaves, caused the to be good advice, send the bill to me
led a move to* bring down «ents.
Mis.« Harris, an ex-clerk in one of
oneerted action is to be secured.
the departments at Washington, is re- They have u spicy flavor and a pleas­ enough to miss the alfalfa and cut off plant to tiller, and in the check thus and I will pay it, provided you wilt
1 ported from Indianapolis to have gone ant acid which are particularly de­ the top« of the weeds. After this sea­ ^iven to its rampant growth the grain agree that if you do and that the ad­
John Wesley Hill, a Methodist min- iurar.e through political excitement.
lightful to invalids. Tiie juice of the son the alfalfa will take care of itself Mood up till it ripened.
vice was good, you will send me a ten-
ter at Ogden, is delivering radical
crab apple, of either kind, may be and all the weeds within its reach.
dollur bill as a fee for professional
A
gigantic
cattle-stealing
scheme
ti-Mormon lectures, and has in-
used for jelly with that of other -fruits,
services. Some of you will find a
As the cold weather approaches,
rred great hostility from the Mor­ has been discovered ut Rawlings, Wy. such as pi-acti, raspberry or cherry,
Four-le -ved clover is not a distinct worse state of affairs than this, for in
every kind-hearted man who owns a
T.,
through
the
»tcck-growers’
com­
ons.
and gift■ firmness without injuring
variety < , clover, but enly a sport, the | Il(idRloii to the cracks in the sides of
mission, in which a gang of butchers the Hatof. The proportion may be j horse will provide his animal with a variation being in tbe presence o f , your stflblo thore
„„ underpinning,
comfortable
blanket,
both
for
stable
On the roof beams of an old out- are thought to ite implicated.
left to the taste of the maker.
four
leaves
iu
tbe
plant
which
derives
and
the
wind
sweeps
under tho stable
wear and for covering when hitched
ilding at Nevada City was found
its botanic „sine, tnfolium, from it* anU
up through cracks an inch
About 100 of Denver’s leading busi­
i
out
of
doors.
Nor
is
it
a
matter
of
tnrday in (jn old sack ‘'ICO in $20
Jellies should .stand open a day or
You ought to go
ness men have arranged to attend the
kindness of heart alone, but it is three-clustere.1 leaves. It is barely j wWt) in the
ieces. It had evidently been there inaugural
ceremonies in regulation two before being put into glasses, that really a matter of economy with the possible that by judicious selection i around hind tin* barn and kick your-
)r yuprs.
cowboy costume,'and accompanied by the moisture may evaporate; but they or ner of the horse. An animal which a four leaved tiifolium may be bred. self on making this discovery, und
should be protected front dust. If is kept comfortably blanketed will The difficulty is that tlie same plant
At. the drawing *at Sntter City last a genuine cowboy band.
thin, let them stand in the sun’s rays.
often produces both three and four Ihen if you do not remedy it
eek Oscar Boehn, of San Francisco,
A fellow calling himself " Jack, the In a day or two cut papers to fit the keep in g tod condition and come out leave*l dorers, and little dependence 1 would like to tie you in one of
on the hotel; II. Beat won the 2- Ripper,
’’lyis been arrested at Montreal. glasses; dip these in brandy, alcohol in the spring better prepared for hard could I e placed on getting wed that i ,boao
°n^the birthnlght^of next
nry house, and W. Eddington an- He i* ezidentlv
a lunatic. He bad a or white ot egg, and press them on the work on lass feed than one that is af­ would perpetuate the uhnormal char-1 winter when tho mercury dropped
her house.
„
bright, knife and was* running after a top of the jelly. A very old fashioned forded none but its natural protection, i ac'eristic. Four-leaved clovers a re ! down near zero and the wind was out
Cases of burglary, highway» robbery gcreaming woman. His namo is John method is to ptur melted butter or The cost of the blanket will be more said tc be especially abundant th is . on a tear. I. think beforo morning
d small thefts are plentiful at Los L.tnghorn.
clean mutton fat on top and let it than saved in the feed, beside adding year in localities having a great your repentance would be genuine and
to the physical comfort and appear- ftmount of rain# It llHa
HUKKOnte<l your resolutions of amendment sincere.
ngeles. More than the regular win-
Geheral Russell A. Alger, of Michi­ harden. All such preserve* should ance o the beast. W hen pmchMing ^
„
uberance
of
t mpyly of rascals ha-* reached that
Hut these crack* aro costing you
vegetation in
gan, has just paid a visit to Mr. be covered, then if mold appears it blankets it is an object to get the best
ty Iroin the east.
more than merely tho extra food to
wet,
warm
weather
causes
the
clover
can
easily
be
removed
without
wast­
Blaine. While politicians believe
for your money, and the cheapest are
keep your stock warm. Just listen a
William Jones, one of the four men the visit was in reference t' a cabinet ing the fruit. Afterward* put on the not always those that cost least at the to indulge in an extra leaf.
moment while I road from a table giv­
resttd at Los Angeles for robbing position, General Alger nates that it glasses the covers made for that pur­ start. A good blanket, which will
pose,
or
cover
with
paper,
pasting
the
e railway station »t Sepulveda and had no political character.
There arc several Stales which pro­ ing the values of manures, and there is
prove durable and last, is the cheapest
edges down.
unclering the guists at the 4 mile
duce
a surplus of corn. Of these Illi­ no question of tho accuracy of the
in the end.
The Maine Pomological society is
nois
and
Iowa are equals, the product statement: “The fresh solid excre­
rase, has made a full confossion.
An Eastern journal says : “ It seems
The question whether bighorn or
making a collection of choice apples
of
each
licing
estimated at 270,000,• ment of a horse la worth $1.96 and the
Gen. Sejm J. Brewster, in the early for exhibition at the Wot Id’s exposi- wild sheep of the Rocky mountains 1« us that some of the old calculations 000 bushels; Missouri ranks as third, fresh urine is worth $8.62 per tun. The
ys of California deputy county ion, whiih opens in Paris next May. (ovis montana) would cross With the about the cost of fences in this country with 210,000,001) bushels; and of tlie solid excrement of Ihe cow is worth 8fi
rk of Som n»a county, and subse- The apphs are to be placed in a pre­ domestic sheep has been successfully and of keeping them in repair, as [ other four, Kansas lias made a gaia of cenN and the urine is worth $3.14 ]>er
ently surveyor-general of the state, serving liquid before being shipped. t settled. The wild sheep was captured being respectively greater than the na­ 71,000,000 bushels, as compared with ton.” These valuations are bused on
and tamed in Colorado, and allowed tional debt and the interest on it arc the crop of 1887 ; Indiana has gained the values of nitrogen, phosphoric add
■ sent last heck to tho county poor
It
is
said
that
there
i«
a
good
pros-
to feed with domestic sheep. It can becoming somewhat superannuated.
use from the town of Sonoma.
and the potash in Ihcm ill the same
pect of carrving out the scheme of | be seen that the crosa has diminished ^ o doubj
1 000 ^ ’nd0 Ohh!le4 l'0 W ,0 ^ k% l!i’S
price we are charged for them as com­
connecting
California
by
cable
with
l
th
Rastrug Larsen is fighting the Ore- conr
th
and
size
of
the
horns
in
the
should,
11
the
I
f‘>
r
ll‘°
l
”
‘
<•
“>
mercial fertilizers. The urine then
i
donbt
that
the
i
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_"
n Railway a and
company Honolulu.
n a n Navigation
a v ig a tio n wnip»«»j.
M0noiuiu. There is no ---------------- " 7 progenv. T
he tleece
uch | creasing, m ■» >w viu*r | » im w uw
The
fleece is also m
much
not far from 6*50,000,000 bushels, or being so valuable, is not a icak in the
v
passes
over
his
home-
**henie
i*
one
that
promises
many
ad-
heAvie;
and
of
finPr
gUp)e.
s
uch
a
country
at
least,
by
substitution
of
ie company
more than twice the entire product of stable floor worse than a Irak in the
Willows, , Or., Hiid won’t vantages to the growing commerce of j crowi t his is highly interesting from soiling
and ensilage for tho old pa»tur- I Uliaote
>ad, near V.____
_
and Iowa to—I h f The com- roof» How ninny stables have floors
y him liis price for the land, so he the Pacific coast,
| a scientific point of view, but is of no f
>
. ’
. . .
par iso n affords aid to tlie imagination tight enough to save the liquid? I
e up the track and was arrested.
decreased since calculations
The damage inflicted on fhe South economic value, unlea* further ernasea great.y
made, and
and the
the interest
intereat »ccour*
account in lormmg a eonccptiou ot the surplus wa* in the stable of a neighbor last
v Yhe ve'll'ow' fever pestilence is now , with mutton breeds of domestic sheep Were
were made,
for exportation, either di- spring and saw one of his horses
by
■
,
i_,..i
«nH
.itAiiia
rub.iii
in
itArmanont
mrrraMP
in
still
more
,
but
we
think
that
tlie 111 | available
AJnlvh minV " n ^ ^ H a lm o o ^ riv e i feVfn tbe'Toes of hotel patronage, and i .hould result in permanent increase in use of fencing has kept pace
with rectly or in tlie form of meat and standing in a pool of u-lnc where the
unirv, Idaho. * A large quantity of M,e coming season will be a trying *;re of carcasa *uhout.m pam ng the either of these. A great deal of fenc­ otiier provisions ; but only when the floor had been worn hollow and seeing
Iphaic of s lver, worth $1000 a ton, one with the grand Florida establish- value of the ileah or wool.
ing material ia still used, but it is | inind dwells upon the magnitude of that I noticed it he said apologetically:
" to 1 be ments. as well aa with northern capi- '
been found. This is said
every
year in larger proportion cf wire. J the entire product of more than 2,000,- “I bored some holes in tho floor to
The
practice
of
mowing
down
straw*
(„lists
who
have
investment*
there.
e rich* st mine in Washington tern-
Y’erv few rails are now put up in tlie I 000,000 bushels is it possible to realize keep the stall dry but they have got
berry
patches
ia
recommended
by
the
(Jy
fashioned worm ft nee Old rails I » i g n i f l c a n c e of the name to which stopped.” I said to him: "Don’t you
7 or Idaho.
I The official count of the voteol
American
Cultivator
only
in
cases
are
sometimea used, but they are corn “ now ®nt'tled a* king of cereals. know that ono pound of urine is worth
The mental condition of Elle Ellen, Montana siiowg a total of 40,014,
mostly spiked to posts set in straight j The departure of »bout fifty Union sex pounds of the solid manure?” Ho
where
the
vines
are
overgrown
with
.....
-
«hich
is
well
up
to
the
vote
of
Wash-
rich Truckee lumberman, will b«-
utested over the effort to g* t por- mgton, the Utter being: 45 , 467 ., M ob - weeds. The object is to give tbe lines, and generally surmounted with Pacific railroad surveyors from Red­ answeroj indifferently ns though it
dai.gh- tana's vote, by the usual calculation, weeds a cetback, with the hope that a a barbed wire at the top, to make the ding rieently created mu. Ii excite­ was a matter in which he had no in­
ion of the giil to a i t deceased
.
rails go farther and to make the feuce ment among the people. It ia believed terest: "Yee; I believe it le." and the
> jut! previous to her death, of would indicate a population of not far little care will give the strawberries more effective.”
tbe surveyors are to look for a route holes I think are still in tbe floor. Yet
from
200,000,
but
it
i*
probably
nearer
5,000. It is claimed lie waf iiicom-
the advantage in the race for life. It ia
to Boise City, Idaho.
this man is in nearly every respect en
150,000.
A
call
foi
a
convention
was
pub­
tent mentally to make the gift-
unusually good farmer.
Yet *uch is
of doubtful utility at beat to try ao lished st Aberdeen, D. T., Monday, te
Fannv Jones (colored) ia under ar­ the force of habit that while carefully
At 8«nto
comity,
panto Ana, Leg
l» e Angeles
Angeiew w
««vi
The empio"« D'«»NewY ”rkr^y i h„rth a remet
remedy. We tried it once, take measures to prevent, if po»ei >le,
Santa library recently
we g¡,0 ^ took the precaution to the division of Dakota. A quiet meet­ rest at Westmister, Md., charged with •aving Ids solid manure, although ha
and sv, the locomotive of the
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.ort ime n
s.rnck
document
It Jlg up some of the best plants and set ing of tbe leading citiaens waa held killing a 4-year-old boy by inhuman had a large stack of clover straw from
8hort
, llw a „ "agon
— contain-
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treatment, The child had been left
William Bcntlcv. »r., aged 76 -helving in the hbranan
in a place by themselvea where ;on Saturday to devise means to defeat with her by its mother to be taken which he had threshed seed, wntch on
rs, his wife, aged 80 ve*r*. and hi* was an engrossed copy of tbedecUrs, thstn
a tight floor would have absorbed nil
they
could
be
kept
from
weeds.
These
the
divisioniete.
They
say
that
divis-
They tion of independence on v.llum bound were not cut bock, »nd from these we jo n l( « purely p >1 tical move and op- care of and the colored woman tor­ this liquid, be bored holes in hie floor
Qghter snd dsnghter-in-law
»11 four ki cd outright. They in folio form and attested August 2. got ell our bernea tbe subsequent sea- posed to tbe beet interest« of tbe teu­ tured It te death. Tbe body was cov­ to get rid of it. — Waldo T. Broun, in
ered with ecars and hnrns.
Ohio Farmer
residente of E. Modena, si* torios 1826, by the then only surviving ton.
1 pwy***-
signer,
Charlee
Carroll,
of
Carollton.
th Pama Ana.