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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1893)
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State of Oregon. Yamhill County.
Here you will find the most pro
ductive section in the World.
Land is cheap, ottering special in
ducements to fruit misers and
McMinnville, Yaniliill County.
Here is the County seat. Here la
published THE TELEPHONE
REGISTER, Monarch of home
new.«papers, accorded first place
in all the Directories.
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Circulation Guaranteed Greater Than That of any Other Paper Published in Yamhill County.
Established August, 1881
consolidated Feb. I, 1889.
51 ICH AUX A FENTON,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEûNS.
Jan, 21, ’88.
M c M innville , O regon , T hursday , S eptember 7,1893.
A -JONAH ON DRY LAND.
S Swiff s Specific
s ftfood and Skin
A Tested Remedy
CHEMISTHY AND AGRICULTURE.
Phosphoric Arid in the Great Fertilizing
Klement. Tlie Loss Each Yem*.
Strang? Experience in a South
(’hemiHtry ha« been of inestimable
value to the farmer by determining the
VOL. V. NO. 32
TOO VALUABLE TO SELL.
A MARMALADE FACTORY.
An Industry that Wilt Some »ay Appear
Property That Cannot
be Obtained For
Love or Money.
There are tweaty or thirty great bus
American fruit growers have begun
iness centers in tlie city of Londou
to realize that frest fruit, which is not
A Hunter Awake* anti Find* a Bit Snake
where property is of almost equal value
salable because tlie market is at tbe
and rated exceedingly high. To buy
Preparing to Ingurgitate him.
moment overstocked is not necessarily
tbe four acres now^occupied by the
worthless, hence tlie establishment of
Clad In Buckskin the Traveler la Able
A reliable cure for Contagiouz
Bank of Englund, Treadneedle and
drying, evaporating ¡and canning fac
I.othlierry streets anil Bartholomew
fula and Skin Cancer.
tories. But there is another branch
Dealer in All Kinds of Watches, Jewelry. Plated Ware
it would be necessary to produce
Clocks and Spectacles. McMINNVILLE. OR.
nnd Children it has no equal.
a well certified check for the snug sum
Being purely vegetable, is harm
Tell you something about my South
of $4l),600,01X1. Ten million dollars per
Although Americans are not so fund
J. W.COWLS. LEE LAUGHLIN E. CAPPERSON
less in its effects.
American experiences? Well, I will,
acre is the valuation made not long ago
A treatise on Blood and Skin Dis
and mind you, if you think I am
eases mailed freb on apjjjleatiun.
I on a lot in tlio vicinity>f the bank and
lish, who consider breakfast incomplete
Mru<f(jiata Sell It.
stretching a bit and you fancy I am
1 a lease was made on that basis. Picca
without one or more varieties,still there
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
telling a iio-sucli-thing and your deli
dilly, »Strand, Fleet, Charing Cross and
is a steady market for a good class of
cacy forbid, walk away, but our im
I other business streets in London have
' corners wortli from $.50,(XX) to $100,000 a
mortal George was never more non-
This market has hitherto lieen met
Paid up Capital, $50,000.
prevarlcatlve; for, after a number of
by importations from abroad, but there
years it is only quite recently that I al
The owners of tliis property being, as
is no reason why it should not find its
Transacts a General Banking Business,
low myself to even think of a little epi
a rule, men or estates of great wealth,
supplies at home. Erult-growers are
Deposits Received Subject to (’heck
sode—quite utrifie—tli;.ibefel me while
Interest allowed on time deposits.
are satisfied witli three to three and
beginning to look into tlie matter and
WILSON & HENDERSON. Props.
I was in that country of jaguars, rank
Sell sight exchange and telegraphic trans
one half ]»er cent on their investments,
in this connection tlie following descrip
fers on New York, San Francisco ami Port
Hora and boa constrictors, the memory
tion of a London marmalade market
while here the owners of such property
of w hich today sends a cold shiveration
may be of interest.
expect six to eight percent, consequent
Collections made on all accessible points.
cavorting up and dow n my spinal Col
Tlie factory alone employs 131 clerk.«,
ly land is a great deal higher iu tbe
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p m.
business center of London than it is in
forty-six travelers, sixteen hundred
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS, umbia!
GOVERNOR JONES, OF THE CHOCTAWS.
Allen and I put on our buckskin
Chicago. I notice that on the second
hands and turns out annually 10,900
LATEST STYLE RIGGS
The governor of the Choctaw nation in Indian Territory has attracted a groat deal
hunting suits and with grub for a four
tons of jam, marmalade, pepper and
hand business streets in Loudon it
Manufactures and Deals in
AND APPOINTMENES. days’hunt we set out to see what we
is held ubout twice as high as it isjiere.
confectionery—to say nothing of thous
opponents dospite the protest of President Cleveland and Secretary of the Interior
could find. It was the afternoon of the
ands of other articles in similar propor
In the suburbs of Loudon a great deal
Spel lai Attention Given to
second day. I was tired and lay down
of property lias ben sold out by the lot,
ONE TREASURY WOMAN.
Monkeys that Make Wine and l'oltery.
under a tree for a nap, while Allen—
The making of marmalade is a pretty
by methods similar to our own. Lon
Third Street, Between E iml F, McMinn a regular machine—went off for game,
don is fast liecoming a great city of
promising to return before sundown. I
bitter oranges direct from Seville, and
home owners. The managers of large
North China Herald, received by the estates that were held for a number of
waa dreaming of tlie tender caresses of
into their factory are brought enough
latest mail, tells of a discovery tliat lias years upon leases made on a low valua
my best, when—Pharoh's daughter!—
oranges to build an edifice as big as
Over iiOOO women ate enrolled to-day just been made by Dr. Maetiowan, an tion concluded tliat it would lie better
I awoke to find myself looking up into
Proprietors of The McMinnville
the wide-open mouth of a whaling big
Let us follow the course of ail orange. in the service of the United States gov American, who lives in Tsien-Tsien. to subdivide tlie property and sell it out
The correspondent says: “Dr. Mac- In lots and reinvest the money. This
is unrolled from its paper capsule: ernment.
And sells them cheaper than any other
broad tougue—a little preparation to
dealer in the Valley My all home-made
and carefully inspected to see tliat it is ! Seven women were introilueeil into Gowan has just returned from the great has been done to a great extent in all
harness is the favorite with all who have
gulping me whole. I would have
perfectly sound. Tt is then put in a tlie treasury about thirty years ago by wall, where he learned of a race of parts of tlie city of London, and proba
tried them Give me a call and get prices.
moved, of course, but I was literally
box which finds its way into another General Spinner us an economic exper Manchurian monkeys inhabiting the bly accounts for the wonderful iucrease
where the small black spot ment, and time has justified ills pro mountain region of the great wall who in pppulation during the last fifty
M c M innville
Eair Grounds. All sizes of
show astonishing progress iu the art of years. Small buildings such as we sell
is removed. If perfectly clean it is phetic wisdom.
The women in the United States pottery and wine making. A recent for $300 to $1000, arc sold in Loudon for
When I became at all rational I easi
dropped into one basket, if dirty into
First-Class Drain Tile
ly realized that I might as well be qui
another one, which goes to a new de treasury are claimed to be tlie most ex edition of the official history of Yung- almost twice tliat sum.— Chicago Post.
COULTER & WRIGIIT, Proprietors
partment to be washed. It then comes pert detectors of counterfeit anil burned ping states that lately a large body of
| Goods of all descriptions moved and care
Vastness of the Sea.
have embraced me so affectionately
DERBY * BOYER,
ful handling guaranteed. Collections will prices.
under tlie care of a girl whose sole oc money in the world. Such is the repu immigrating monkeys passed a certain
be made monthly Hauling of a:l kinds 41-
McMi rnville, Oregon. that I would not have had the slightest
tation of Mrs. W. A. Leonard anil Mrs. town in crossing from one mountain to
A writer iu “Longman’s” (Mr.
desire to do so any more. With one of
a basket, which is placed before n wo E. G. Brown of tlie division of redemp another. Tlie boys of tlie village clap
Schooling) lias been measuring and
VXLBREATH & GOUCHER,
man, who sits in front of a little wood,
weighing tlie sea. According to his
once only in a lifetime I determined to
en cupboard, in which spins at the rate spectively, they have done good service monkeys, which, becoming frightened calculations tlie number of gallons in
wait, ns it were, for something to turn
of 150» revolutions to the minute; a in preserving Uncle Sam’s monetary clasped their young in their arms, but
dropping in their flight a number of the whole sea is 373 trillions (million
up. I didn’t care much what it was,
wooden rose. Tlie half orange is placed credit.
vessels, some of which would million million) which if it l»e pour
(Office over Bralv’s Bank.)
so long as it was anything. My famil
against the rose, and in a second the
The villagers found they ed away at tlie rate of 1,000 gallons a
■ c M innvillk ,
O regon .
pulp and juice have disappeared and
second, would take nearly 12,000 mil
his meals whole and without chewing
a clean cap of peel remains in tlie oper detected. In running through a pack contained two kinds of wine, a pink lion years to get rid of. If we could
made me hope for tlie best—to be swal
age of greenbacks to encounter a coun and a green, that hail been made from
sell it even at so low a price as one
lowed, in fact. Bid ever anyone be
Tliis is put in a basket witli hundreds terfeit produces a shock upon tbe mountain berries. The monkeys store
shilling for 10,(MX) gallous, tlie bill
"Holl’s Old fore have such a hope eternal to perch
of others. They are folded in fours, so
SURGEON AND HOMEOPATHIC
would come to 1,860 billion pounds.
upon his sternum?
as to resemble a half blown India rub ed face in a crowd. Ail indefinable the water is frozen."
Dr. Maetiowan adds tliat tlie chron Supposing tlie sea to lie formed into a
something arrests her attention. One
round column reaching to the sun, the
Office Upstairs in the Garrison Building.
business thoroughly. I may say he
another machine, where sharp circular dollar anil $2 notes are most frequently icler cites an author who affirms tliat
of the column would be near
ed to do Cemetery work in was an artist in the licking business.
knives spin round and cut them into
ly 2J miles. Tlie Pacific would form
minches at bottom prices. Any i Judging from the size of ids mouth I
innumerable rings, which drop into a feits have been made of the $2 bill. De manufacture wine, and lie gives tlie
IY, M. RAMSEY,
one needing Work of this kind will do should say that lie had had considera
53 million miles of its total length of
drawer liencath. While this is going fects are quickest discerned in tlie por- ' following anecdote in evidence:
well to call and examine their stock
93 million, and the Atlantic 18 million.
? W. FENTON,
on tlie pulp and juice have lieen put in
and get prices before going elsewhere. ble practice in that line. He was a vet
If it were a column of ice, and the en
eran and lost no time, either. Pretty
to another machine, which throws off
the counterfeit. The mustache turns placed unobserved a great feast near the tire heat of tbe sun could be concen
trated upon it, it would lie all melted
by tlie most fastidious of the snake epi
juice into a large vat. Tlie thin slit up instead of down, as in the true bill; monkeys' caves and hid themselves.
in one second, and converted into
cureans. In fact, I could almost hear
rings of peel are then steam-boiled in
Do you wear them? When next In need try a pair.
stead of round. The spacing in the went to their caves and brought out steam in eight seconds; which illus
t Office, Rooms 1 and 2 Union Block.
trates tlie heat of tlie sun rather than
Best In th© world.
so well pleased with his toothsome af
room, and in some seven minutes a ton number is imperfect and tlie lines under their liquor, without which tbe feast
could not be enjoyed. At tliat moment the size of the sea. The weight of the
ternoon meal, ready for his partaking.
and a half of marmalade is being emp them are heavier.
Tbe fiber now used by counterfeiters the villagers rushed out of their hiding sea is 1 trillion and 665,000 billion
Then came the beginning of my jour
tied by strong arms and big cans into
(1,666,1X10,000,000,000,000) tons, and if a
Gates & Henry, Props.
ney into the unexplored region from
♦3.50 ■ I
thousands of pots, tumblers, teapots, is almost perfect, and it rarely fails to place, and the monkeys forthwith
scampered off’, leaving tlie wine, with contractor took tlie job to move it at
♦2.50 (3 ~*wri$2.00
which the villagers made themselves even so moderate a price as 1,000 tons
returning. Oh! I wasn’t a bit scared!
dishes and some fifty other fancy forms of all denominations.
, JbL «i.7s-
for a penny, lie would require to bs
No, no! I evert became interested in
in which tlie middle class housekeeper
paid tlie amount of the national debt
tlie whole process, ns a kind of unique
likes to be served. These are fitted into phrenologists say, are strongly devel
Sieel for a Cent a round.
ten thousand times over in reward for
experiment for the benefit of science.
trays which are piled on lorries and are oped in Mrs. W. A. Leonard. The rec
sent by lilt to the next floor,where they ord book assetts tliat this unrivaled
Gradually—so gentle was lie—my
are finished, that is to say, have the
feet were taken in and I could feel tlie
A Coining Empire.
And Firstclass. If you want aflna DRESS SHOE, made In the latest genial
little brandy-dipped heading put in years $2,000,000,000. Til one day no porter of one of the Pittsburg papers,
change in the temperature.
styles, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or
How little lias been known of Ore
tlie neck, tlie vegetable-parchment cov less than $12,000,000 passed through Andrew Carnegie, when asked about
¡trial Accommodations for Commercial $5 Shoe. They fit equal to custom made and look and Then a slide in a little further, while,
her hands. From $200,000 to $400,000 the condition of tlie iron business, re gon, till of late, owing to her small pop
wear as well. Ifyou wish to economizeln your footwear,
plied: "Well, I do not need to say ulation and far west position. Indeed,
stuck on. When all thia lias been done is the daily average.
tner Second and E Streets, one block do so by purchasing W. L. Douglas Shoes. Name and working me inwards. I kept my hands
Mrs. Leonard was a Pennsylvania anything about tliat; it speaks for it save along tlyt Willamette valley, tills
price stamped on the bottom, look for It when you buy
by several hands, any spare marmalade
tom Cooks hotel.
close to my sides, but at the same time
W. I~ DOUGLAS, Brockton, Maae. Sold by
which has been spilled is washed off; s«hool teacher before she entered the self. One pound of steel for one cent. grand dominion lias hardly been
relaxed my other muscles for fear tliat
R. JACOBSON, McMINNVILLE he might be tempted to try a little
tlie jars and they are wrapped anil seal-1 treasury. Despite a second marriage The robber baron has censed to rob and touched. Enough has lieen done at
ed in covers and sent away across the while in the service she was retained is now being robbed. The eighth won widely separate points to prove the
masticatory preliminary to the grand
bridge on trolleys to lie packed in ware because she was considered 1 invalua der of the world Is this: 2 pounds of vast variety of her resources, her varied
swallow act. My bands passed in
iron ore, purchased on the shores of climates, soils, minerals and forests.
Des Moines. Iowa, writes under date of
Marell 23, 1893:
Thirty years' service lias enabled Lake Superior and transported to Pitts She lias, perhaps, tlie greatest variety
saw of daylight was just liefore my face
Mr. Cudahy is naturally"prostrated” Mrs. Leonard to build a pretty home burg; 2 pounds of coal mined in Con of resources and scenery of any state.
8. M e ». M eg . C o .,
passed in the red hole. Then I saw the
BEST IN THE WORLD.
by tlie sudden loss oi a fortune of $15,- j in Washington and educate three nellsville and manufactured into 1J Forests and prairies, mountains anil
Itawearingquftlitiesareur.snrrazsed, cct i-11? big jaws close and I was within. With
outlasting! two boxes of any other brand. Not
000,00». If a man can lose that much bright children, besides handling a pounds of coke and brought to Pitts valleys, “rivers that move in majesty
Sected by heat. |TU£TTUE <4T..\ H?.£,
one master effort—I was almost erect—
money without being prostrated lie pungent pen in the advocacy of wom burg; one-half pound of limestone min and poured round all ocean’s grey and
FOR SALE BY DEALERS GENERA LXT. I yr
hi arriving home last week, I
the snake lifted up tlie forward part of
could hold his own with tlie hind leg an’s interest.
ed east of tbe Alleghenies and brought melancholy surge,” lakes and grand
n<l all well and anxiously await-
his body and I kind of slipped down,
of an earthquake.
to Pittsburg; a little manganese ore inlets, the seat of future imperial cities,
F Our little girl, eight and one-
down, down about twenty feet, when
Marriage an Aid to Longevity.
mined in Virginia and brought tol’itts- and all on a scale of grandeur unsur
r years old, who had wasted
I came to a standstill.
Value of Water Meters.
ly to 38 pounds, is now well and
11 was too dark for me to take obser
Charles Darwin, in the course of a burg; and tiles« 4.) pounds of material passed on earth, and such a variety of
brous, and well fleshed up. S. B.
vations or I would be able to to tell you
The value of meters in preventing long life devoted to scienca, lias pretty manufactured into one pound of solid climates witlial, wet or dry, tropic or
igh Cure has done its work well,
what I saw in there, but I can’t. It
tlie waste of water is shown in r recent thoroughly established tbe reputation steel and sold for one cent. That’s all arctic, you can find all varieties within
h of the children like it. Your
would take a lifetime to tell you wliat
report of Mr, G. Hillyer, tlie president of never making a statement without that need be said about tbe steel busi a short distance, while that of portions
E Cough Cure has cured and
I thought, so I won’t. I just went to
of tbe Atlanta waterworks. In March having first verified it by the most care ness. The capacity of the country to of tlie Willamette and her ocean co3st,
rt away all hoarseness from me.
work. First, I pulled my 44-ealiber
1SH5, tlie city contracted for a supply of ful investigation, and Mr. Darwin has manufacture is beyond its wants. Some rivals the choicest of far-famed Califor
Live it to every one, with greet-
Colt's, slipped my band upward and
coal for the succeeding year; the quan- co-operated with Dr. Stark, a famous furnaces and mills must stop. Others nia. Tills young state, by the prudence
[for all. Wishing you prosperi-
aimed at the heart of my aftectionate
ty being estimated from the amount .Scotch scientist, in urging matrimony must restrict production, and until that and energy of her commissioners lias
kvc are Yours,
friend aHd pulled the trigger, and as it
burned during tlie preceding twelve as one of the most important aids to Is done we must expect the continu made, certainly, the most of a small ap
M r . & M rs . J. F. F ord .
was a selfcocker I kept on pulling until
months. The city was then pumping longevity. He says that from an enor ance of low prices. It is the same all propriation to call attention to her re
Lou wish to feel fresli and cheerful.and
all five chambers were empty. Talk
gallons of water a day and no mous body of statistics gathered in 1853 over the world. England is even worse sources at tlie world’s fair. From what
iy for the Spring’s work, cleanse your
body had enough. A number of ser it was shown that the unmarried men than we are, but she has endured the is there exhibited one may infer what
Guaranteed to cure Bilious attacks, about noise! I never heard anything
■in with the Headache and Liver cure,
■iking two or three doses a week.
Sick Headache and Conatipatlon. 40 in half like it, why—How did I know
ious fires broke out, at which tbe fire between the ages of twenty and eighty depression so long that she lias closed a world within the world tliis state of
|60 cents a bottle by all druggists. Sold each bottle. Price 25c. For sale by
many of her works. The longer all Oregon is—only awaiting tlie touch of
where to aim for tlie lieart? Don't ask
The following method of preserving men were seriously hampered by the died in much larger proportion than
br a positive guarantee by Rogers Bros.
such foolish questions. Do you think eggs lias been used in England for lack of water. Consequently a.« a mat the married. Forexatnple, of 1,000 un parties continue to run,tlie lower prices the hand of that vast army of industry
Picture “7,17, 70” and sample dose free.
or Other»,wno wi»n to examine
I don't know what I’m talking about? many years. Eggs are now so cheap ter of necessity meters were put on; the ' married men between twenty and thir will become and tlie more disastrous now beginning to pour into the liosom
this paper, or obtain estimate»
J. r. SMITH A CO., Proprietors, NEW YORK.
tbe stop will be to sonic when the end of her magnificent dominions.— St. Jo
berthing space when in Chicago, will find it on file al
Let me see! Where was I at? Oil! at that it is now an excellent time to try consumption at once fell off to 1,500,000 ■ ty years of age 11.3 died- annually,
gallons and everyone had sufficient. while of 1,000 married men between comes.”
tlie «booting. Well, sir, I never saw the recipe.
anything like the way that fellow on
Put two lumps of unslaked lime Moreover, the coal bought in March, ' ages just mentioned, but 6.5 died. In
Not the Rlglit Stuff,
The French were slow to take to bi
the outside of me cut up. He squirmed about the size of your band into an 1885, lasted through the renudndCr of 1863 anil '64 similar statistics were
cycling, but now tliat they have done
One iflf tlie officers of the Peary cxjie-
and twisted and tried to get me up earthenwar» pan, pour on by degrees the year, all 1886, and until July, 1887.' gathered in Scotland, when it was
so they are making up for lost time.
again, but lie could not reach me two gallons of boiling water. Soon af In 1885, before the meters were applied, found that in every 1,000 unmarried dltion writes borne from Labrador tliat Their latest development of the craze
Presently I experienced some difficulty ter you begin to pour the water on the anil while there were were only 15001 men between tlie ages of twenty anil tlie bunks on tlie Falcon are tincom was a cycling wedding party of fifteen
in breathing. The blood prevented the lime tbe latter will make a startling services, the consumption of water was ' thirty, 11.97 annually died, while of tbe fortalfly hard. "I made an examina liersons, who rode on safeties from Paris
air from get'ing down to noise. When this ceases add the re 6,000,000 gallons daily. Now,with 4553 married only 7.24 died. Dr. Stark con tion of my own,” says tliis soft son of to a church in Montmartre. After tlie
This (’ollege is one of the oldest and best
me. I wanted to wait a little longer mainder of tbe water. Let the lime services, the consumption isonly2,530,- tended tliat bachelorhood is more de Neptune, “and found that it was stuff weddingjceremotiy the party remount
equipped colleges in the Northwest.
until things were a little quieter on the water stand until the next day; stir it ftlO gallons a day, or only alient three- structive to life than tlie most unwliol- ed with excelsior and a kind of swamp ed their wheels and rodeoffto Enghieu
outside, but I dared not. I drew my up well with a stick; place the eggs in sevenths as much. The superintend- , some trade or a residence in an unwhol- hay.” A naval officer capable of such I where the wedding breakfast was
hunting knife and started i.i to carve the liquid gently, one by one, taking ent, XV. G. Richard.«, states that the some house or district where there has a complaint as this is hardly of tlie stuff spread. As for the growth of the bi
Expenses Light; A boarding hall in the j
College building on the club plan, Presi- my way out, while all tbe while the care tha. every egg is fresh and not meters are the property of tbe landlord; never been the most distant attempt at from whieli Arctic explorers are made. cycle habit In this country, some appre
M b <711-1!MW ■HE'
dent Blown-Oil, steward, tint« guaratitee- fuss kept up on the outside. Then I cracked. Cover the pan with a piece of tbe city keeping them in repair so far sanitary improvement. He also found He is better fitted to caper nimbly in ciation of it may Is- had by consider
ing good board at the least possible cost to was glad I wa«’t there. I cut and cut board. In a short time the water wil] as the labor is concerned—the new ma in France a« well as in Scotland that some Philadelphia drawing room than ing the fuel that Louisville alone has
'l>li 1.1 ilMM -EH
tile student. Board ran nl~<» I»- bad in pn- piece after piece
be glazed over, but you can continue to terial being charged to the owner. Tbe widows anil widowers suffer in com to dance the quarter deck to the accom .iono wheelmen.
vate families at »2.5<i to 5
per week, m-
It's no small thing cutting through add eggs until the pan is full. Small water department commenced this sys parison with the married a heavy rate paniment of lioreal blasts from tlie I Prevent and cure Coeslipntlon anil Sick-
al »out two feet—twenty-four inches—of I pans are preferable for various reasons. tem of repairs in September, 1892, and of mortality.— Cincinnati! Thn's-Star. ; I»®le.
Headache, Small Bile Ihaiis.
The l ine Telex ope recently iiiioint-
snake muscle, flesh and gristle. But I They are more portable and more quick in the first six months they repaired
i’jbl 1,1 in th'-
* »b«ei\ .it <» ' ""I
265 anil condemned 26 meters. Mr.
did it, and just as I was ready to crawl ly filled.
■e free «cccss, öfter» advantage« not found elsewhere in this state. out there was that horrid mouth at the I When eggs are abundant pans hold Richards believes that the principal in a torpid or semi-torpid condition are
Thirty Acre Campus
opening ready for me again. As if he ' ing from ten to twelve dozen may be cause of meters getting out of order is not always killed by being frozen. In
had not already bail enough of me! I I filled. No cracked egg should find its that they arc often too small for their stances are numerous of travelers in tbe
■ Suitable Buildings.
dodged back in again, and would you way into the liquid and liecome brok ■ duty. The five-eighths inch meter be- Rocky mountains finding butterflies
' ing the size generally put in to measure above the snow line frozen stiff. When
■ve courses of study—Classical. Scientific. Normal. Literary ami lielieve it? the varmint actually stuck en. Ordinary care is needed in the
Ethic««. with «iH-eial advantage« in Vocal ami Instrumental Music. »'■•? his snout in tlie slit, but I crawled lining process, but no attention is de- the average domestic supply. The pro carried to a warmer climate or Into a :
► conns' of two year«. Graduates of the Normal course are en tied to a State higher up and, as plenty of air came in i »landed afterwards, save to ascertain portion of larger meters that get out of cabin they often completely revive, j
Coma ami are in demand to fill high position«. McMinnville Is accessible I kept on cutting in the dark until I whether the water has diminished and order in Atlanta is very small
Their normal vital power is so low that
frail front all parts of the State, on the main trunk of the southern I acific R.
a degree of cold that would prove fatal
began to fear that I would drown, the the uppermost eggs become partially
West Side; fiftv milt's south of Portland.
"What city has the largest floating to almost any other creatures does not
1 dry. If this be the case add lime water.
kr>t Term. Eeglnv Sept. 19. 1333: 3d. Term. Eerlzxs blood flowed so freely.
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composition of soils, by ascertaining
what elements are withdrawn from tlie
soil by vegetable growth, and by dem
onstrating how tlie fertility of the soil
can lie maintained by restoring arti
ficially tlie elements removed by vege
tation . So long as agriculture lias
been the chief occupation of man, tlie
farmer has known, without reason,
that tlie continued cultivation of cer
tain erops UupoverMheti the soil; that
the productiveness of various kinds of
soil varies according to the crops
that are planted, and that worn-out
soil can be restored to fertility by tlie
use of fertilizers, natural or artifleial.
All this lias been part of the craft of
farming for centuries, but it has been
simply a knowledge of results without
any understanding of the cans«'. For
centuries farmers strewed their lands
with crushed bones and beheld more
abundant crops, which they ascribed
to the absorption by tlie soil of the gel
atinous matter in tlie bones, but it was
only fifty years ngo that chemistry
made known to tbe farmer that phos
phoric acid was tlie only element of
fertilizing val.ue in bones. It was tlie
establishment of this fact, after exhaus
tive experiments by tlie Duke of Rich
mond, tliat created a value for those
minerals consisting of combinations of
phosphoric acid witli various bases. It
was thia discovery that caused the de
velopment of tlie present enormous fer
tilizer manufacturing industry and tlie
allied industry of phosphate mining.
At first though the amount of phos
phoric acid taken from cultivated soil
by growing crops does not seem to lie
an item of much magnitude. Chem
istry however, makes a revelation that
startles us by mere arithmetic. Each
100 pounds of corn takes from the soil
1.56 pounds of mineral element neces
sary for its growth, nearly one-half (45
per cent) of this amount being phos
phoric acid. In addition to tills, each
100 pounds of corn stalk takes out of
the ground 4.87 pounds of mineral ele
ments, 12.00 of this kind being phos
phoric acid. These figures, insignifi
cant as they appear in tlie abstract,
when applied to tbe aggregate of our
corn crop, show us that corn, in
kernel and stolk, removes from the soil
in a single year about 1,025,000 tons of
phosphoric acid, in similar manner
tbe other cereals deplete the soil of this
element, the amount removed by each
being about as follows; Wheat, 190,000
tons; oats 105,000 tons; barley 20,000
tons; rye 10,000 tons; buckwheat 0,000
tons; the aggregate being in round
numbers, 1,350,000 tons. But tills is
only one-half of tlie story, for tlie aver
age hay crop takes from tlie soil some
thing like 235,000 tons of phosphoric
acid. Thus we find tliat tlie cereal and
bay erops roll tlie soil each year of nearly
2,000,000 tons of phosphoric acid. Even
these stupendous figures represent the
extent to which the soil is depleted by
only two classes of agricultural crops—
the grains and grasses. No account is
taken of cotton, tobacco, rice, potatoes
and tlie infinite variety of other pro
ducts of the soil. What wonder tliat
tlie farmer lias needed tlie knowledge
of the chemist to show him the way to
restore to his soil the elements his crops
The depletion of tlie soil by the
growth of vegetation being established,
the problem of restoring tlie necessary
elements presents itself for solution.
Bones, containing a large percentage of
phosphoric acid in soluble form, have
long served as one means of restoring
exhausted soil, but the discovery of ex
tensive deposits of mineral phosphates
in various countries brought into use a
new element and developed new indus
tries of immense extent and importance.
The element of value in these mineral
phosphates is the combination of phos
phoric acid and lime—phosphate of
lime. Iu its natural condition this
phosphate of lime is l»ut slightly solu
ble by tlie acids of the soil, but by tlie
treatment witli sulphuric acid in tlie
fertilizer works the phosphate of lime
is changed to "acid phosphate" or “su-
per-phospliate,” which is quite soluble
and therefore able to yield its valuable
elements to the soil when used ns a fer
tilizer.— Edward II. Sanborn, in the
Southern State Magazine for August.
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