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; WINQ FAUN - MQR.
. 1 5 Served at All
rs with every
ng the market
j.o Family Din
id Ball Suppers
WEST WILL HELP
Governor Initiates Plan
To Bring Together Em
ployers and Employes.
THE UNEMPLOYED SMMl
yoar talk and reading-, at
' rcrt car, in the ofnee, shop
Ukeljr question the mean
' m word. A friend asks:
lortir hHrdon?" You seek
'tu. WhiU is srftitc cool?
, tkm answers all kinds of
'. Woriis. 1 rides, Arts aud
nnl authority j&C
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cc c'J.ir- A C ll
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To th Editor: Wa wish to ask your
kind, co-operation In a movement to
connect our unemployed with job.
Tbera are undoubtedly miny residents
of your county wno could use the ser
vices of a Rood hand tbia winter and
there are many idle men in Portland
and otber cities in this state who
would be glad to have a place.
If you will be kind enougn to tun
this letter and attached information
blank in a few issues of your paper our
plan will be cared to the attention
of those needing a hand. Any re
quests for labor made to our office
will at once be taken up with those
who ate bunting; for employment.
Assuring vou that your co-operation
will be greatly appreciated, 1 am
Yours very truly,
Tries articles and Illustrations must not
be reprinted without special permission J
Nearest railroad station or steamboat
Number of men or women needed
Character of work offered.
Wages to be paid
With or without board and lodging
How long service, if they prove satis
factory, will likely be needed
Thia blank to be filled out and mail
ed to the Governor's office, Salem. Ore
gon, that it may be brought to the at
tention of three aeeking employment.
Gold Discovery Increases
The Ft. Bidwell News claims it is
reliably informed that the new strike,
made by Messrs. Snider and Lynch,
near Willow Kanch, last month, uoon
further development in the 180-foot
adit, 18 opening up in very bre shape.
They have row an S-toot vein of ore,
averaging 115.00 per ton. A wonder
ful showing as at the point of striking
the vein in adit, this will give them
a ceoth of about 600. feet.
This is very important and should
encourage every one interested in the
High Grade mining district.
ENGLAND'S CRACK QUACK.
If you visit the New York niaikct.
the quack center of this country, .vou
will find thousands of plump yellow
skinned ducks for sale. These are the
Peking which have chased nil other
waddlors out of sight.
Hut ill London .vou will titul tV
tiiu-k that's It-n pretty, plump, pink
fleshed, white rutted, white toe milled
wadttler, while the yellow hacks sell
low and jro slow.
This Juicy pink moated duck Is the
Aylesbury. England's crick quack.
It originated In France and ou ar
rival on British soil was called the
GOOD COMMON SENSE.
I've heard u lot of rayera In church
And heard them other places.
Where folks sot down upon thalr knaae
And prajred for heavenly trace.
They needed faith, they needed love
And areut strength for defense,
Hut have you ever heard on pray,
"God, Hive ua common sense f
I've heard them pray, "Inoraas our faith
And fit ua to go hence,"
But never heard a Christian pray,
"Increase my common sens."
Put, say, don't folks need commoa hum
As well aa charity T
Religion without common sens
la simply mockery. -
Life without lota of common sens
Is void of real aucresa
It's neoded .in the church and state,
In home, in business, dresay
In every way on every day
In everything you do
You nerd a lot of common sense
To help you to pull through.
My friend, forgive this little preach.
1 oner no offense.
Cut let us pray much every day
h or mure Kood common rn'iue.
C. M. HARNITZ.
WINTER CARE OF ROSES.
! 1'hoto by C. M. Barnitu. j
HOG FAT HENS.
Itr'er Hear and Pr'er Owundhog
aren't the gjly nnliuals that put ou lay
em of fat ti fortify themseh cs otilnst
the eild of w inter.
Where such a clliuatic emerKency oi--curs
most aiiiiimls and fowls that stuv
north ua winter approaches crave and
seek those foods that most readily
iniike fat. Thnt's why bruin and the
sly old coon, the hog and the heu seek
They are after carbohydrates, the
grensetuaher In which corn si abounds.
Humana also turu to corn mush,
buckwheat, flapjacks, com muitlus aud
sausage, so full of grease, to keep the
"What bus that to do with winter
ppgs?" asks the farmer. Just this. Mr.
Most farm Lena get too much com.
If it Isn't fed. nnd.lt generally is, on
most-farms the hen has easy access to
the old style slnt corncrlH nud the
cornfield, and so when winter sets In
she's fat as a pig, and these layers of
fat Rpoll her for laying aud also are
objectionable to the market buyer who
i is after chicken, but not gobs of grease.
The wise porttryiuan keeps his hens
under control mid Just so f.-it they have
yiilliclent for w:.rmth, but not enough
t interfere with laying ami iliu-esilon
and to put them In the np'ilcxy class.
Many flocks do m -t lay winter ei;s ts
cause the.' j,-,. u,.r f.,t Heller ex-
U.L3 in Red ndA
sealed with BluetO)
IKK. Borer year TX
cm-cutjt.rf.u a V
ILLS, for twenty-Sea
.afest. Always Reliabl,
to the Sick
iaW-'JTi ',V V' - "A
locMhy will hi
of Iam K. ( hinS
lurks und ilftbs.
ia oiiVrri witiiout
I in ( hinu for o m
fiiruii imiro nicri
treatment now ii
h frt' treat iitent
uli.l th tiuubttTH
r trtt-ttiifHi) you
ilty (JfH.-IOIi 1'KVf
v to unwo U' Vfti
h ft'iiiuiti h w ilj
W ini'i write lit
. SAN FRANCISCO,
now 'oti 4 t'i "lt
lu will tiin twn.
ipt-t tlie feiiije
viU convince you
jo Mate, tut cun
iwit w iJi h ht ut
1 tomorrow ju.it
ii liumiy. Look
iatuly. This i
Jou't wuUi it.
Settlers Can Get Aid
According to notice issued recently
from the Interior Department, Entry
men of public lands in the West must
not misinterpret the notice recently
sent out from the Interior Department
regarding appeals made to Senators
and Representatives. Settlers. 'are
still privileged to write their Repre
sentatives in Washington and ask their
assistance iinland matters. Misunder
etanding has arisen over the warning
referred to, which was intended to dis
courage the practice of land attorneys
Eecurirg the aft of Senators or Con
gressmen in bebslt of a client, and
after the representatives in Washing
ton have done the work, tee attorney
collecting a fee from the settler.
It ia stated that horse feed ia being
shiDped by psreel post from Redding
to Trinity County, Cat., a distance of
65 miles. The rate by wagon freight
between the two places is $1.50 per
hundred, while 900 pounds by parcel
poet cost 17.20, making a difference
of J1.80 on tbia quantity of shipment.
To accommodate the mall .'contractor
the7 grain was sent in five twenty
pound packages eacb day.
War will be declared by the United
States on jackrabbits, ground squirrels
and prairie dogB, if Representative
Smith, of Idaho, can wheedle an ap
propriation of $20,000 from Congress
to enable the Department of Agricul
ture to begin operations in the Rocky
Mountain States. The money would
be expended in ascertaining the best
means of exterminating these destroy-
era of growing crops and grasses.
Within the paBt few days canned and
dried fruits valued at 815,000 have
been shipped from the Eugene Fruit
Growers' cannery. The shipments in
cluded four carloads of apples return
ing an average of JS00 per car to the
growtra. Tne carloads sent to the
east have keen ncId at more than 2.00
per box, of which 50 cents is deducted
for treight. Two carloads of prunes
were also tnipped, each car bringing
about 2,500 to the producers.
t-ick headache is nearly always caused
by disorders of the Htomach. Correct
t bein and the iieriodic luttiicka of alek
headache will dhappeer. Mrs. John
Bifchop, of Ko--t'vllle, Ohio, writem
"About a jonr ago I was troubled
with Indigestion ami Imd tick head
ache that liiMtt'd for two or three days
at a time. 1 doctored find tried a
number of reihcdleH but nothing
helped me until during one of those
sick spells a friend advised me ,to take
Chamberlain' Tablets. Thia medi
cine .relieved me In a short :ime."
For sale by all dealers.
Knglish White, but was renamed the
Aylesbury, because that town, uud vi
cinity seemed to Just have the natural
conditions to produce theui to perfec
tion, aud there you will find theui u
day by the thousands, the rubberneck
and human quacks often living iu the
same room on the most friendly terms
' iMiilne thus" ! i
f thelll ilnw'ii
j sera Mi .? t1
! the exen Ne tin
if ho,- r.it.
Dangerous ta Cut the Plants Back To
Do not cut back the hardy rone with
a uilHtakeu klea of making the fte
garden look tidy for the winter, but
leave all the growth the plants hum
made; it will whiter kill to aome ex
tent In the spring rut back hard,
leaving only about eight Inches growth.
Iu very cold sections it la neccHiry
to lay down the caiicn, protecting them
with aod, and this Ii a very good
method of protection for tender aorta.
There aro aeveral plans of protection
which may be adopted. One Is to
throw up a mound of noil to a height
of kIx tn ten Inches around each plant.
then Mi-utter strawy manure between
the plants In the sprint; the mound
nitty bo draw n away and smoothed
down mid the remains of the immure
i! h.l.v foi'. i.l mi Icr. A plan frequently
us d with t'u ti i-i'er hybrid teas Is
" .Met cril.li of niiiiitire over t ne
si'i i'.i. -e. .1' a ,ii( around the bod a
low : Mice ef w I -i neMiiiU alioiit twelve
ln '. I I. i: : t t ti'i the since level
Willi tiy f.. i--., I. '.v.-s. Willi a few
coi'iilaUs or i.mi,. i . . on toi to kisqi
tlietu I roi.i hUn U. : i ay.
Maud. 'I'd n m' :, w ..Ich Mi-e grow 11 iu
tree toria. are fi,-n the victim of the
lv iec-ui-ie of sun
of the exposisl
(lu stem bi Hlraw
id Is ofien niiiII lent
i ivcil hs'lltl ns It
I tliiMii In nud er
Willi sod - itcral .w Voiker.
llrl W'.,. 'ii;
scald a:,. I ir :
stem. S I 'M luif
rlu'ht up to the h'
protection. I" t lii
1 advisable to l
Do It Soon and Crt Results Next
Noveuilier and I teceiiiher are good
months In which to tiim grapevine
and get them lu ahapx for next hounoii.
A grtMit muuy people make the nitslulie
of delaying pruning the grut until
the early days of amlug. when the snp
has started to run. the result being
that the viucs Miasl so badly they ex
perience a groHt uetliuck
There Is no fruit tri vine that
requires aa much utteiition In the way
of prunliiK as gnipe.
The iiini of the pruijer shoiild he to
sisnre slroiii;. borlzonlal arms and
abort, stout fruit heailni: s'ir a."
"Oregon First and All
suggested aa the slogan o
Exposition commission n
arrangement for a dlspl
state at Man Francisco
addition to a building of 1
furnished with Oregon f it
a restaurant serving Orci
with sidewalks made of 11
it ia now proposed that a
from Oregon to romplelel
the Oregon building sits
position grounds, and to p
native Oregon flowers,
rmall treea. To secure thi
material for auch planting,
gested that an exhibit ga
tablishcd in l'orlland and i
ren all over the state be en
work ot collection.' The
has been assured that spstii
garden would be provided.
campus of Kred Culicge,
specimen is received from
2500 schools of the state a c
tract of land will be reipiii
for tnetn until they are shi
for permanent planting.
Recall It Talk
The old saying "you h
from home fo get the news'
plifled in the following from
ath Norlbwestern :
A movement to recall Co
misaioner F. K. Anderson i
School Supt.C.E. Oliver is t
Northern Lake County per
displeased at the action tal
by the County School Ills
ary Board in placing a one-i
land forming a part of a
strip oelonging to the I
school district in the Lav
trict, wherein Commission,
ia a director. The uiaco
because the Silver Lake
llshcd school this year I
a mile I torn the one-mile
contains 10 children ut srh
- 1 1.
:ris i ;
The Enstlrtli Aylesbury U an albino j riotiltry. n: d n i. m.v ta,
all but the eye. which is dark, often consider. -i! n-. -,. ,.v o.
showiu',' si line red. its reamers are
close n ml white us snow to the akin,
bill Ion-', tint and almost white, skin n
delicate light pink, pink shanks ami
feet and white toenails. It has n good
sized head, medium neck, brnnd back.
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Photo by C. XI. Barnltz.
full wide breast, straight keel and
carries Itself more horizontal than th
Many so called American Aylesbury
ducks are a cross of Aylesbury and
Peklu. This is done to get size and
the orange yellow shanks and feet and
the lead blue eye that the American
show rules cull for.
The true Aylesbury lays a pure
white egg. the American tye often
laying eggs with the greenish tint, an
evidence of ulleu blood.
Adult draka a Adult duck 8
Young drake 1 Yourr-f duck 7
Don't slmw the .same bunch of birds
very often. It will injure them for
breeding and look us If you have but a
few good Hpeclmerm In your flocks.
Don't fail to treat all visitors with
courtesy. Let tho bulldog receive the
Don't forget that strict attention to
the details of the biz makea the wheels
of progress whist.
Don't expect city prices for your eggs
at the country more. Middlemen add
the expenses und some more.
Don't let your think machine get
rusty. Business men who don't think
Don't be n nklnfliiit. Tho devil makes
the miser's dollars into handcuffs,
chains und collars.
Don't toa ly to the Judge. The beat
of Judgea will own up (to themselves)
that they haven't any too unicb biulus.
!' :ii Is
I r. ii Is
!' "Iiry Is
and of the
live Kto : t! c ban '.;es t addition,
yet gnvernvi"rrt str:!Utics show that
the pou'try he-Vs tin- wheat crop nud
every other farm crop but corn. I'arm
'crs are losing millions of dollars every
year because they won't wake up to
the Importance of ,he hen.
There are at present eighteen nrg
laying competitions In full Mast ten
in Australia, three In England, three
In the I'li'toil Slates and one each In
Canada and New Zealand. Interest iu
poultry is becoming worldwide. Hid
dy's cackle is heard aruiiud the world.
Scotch exports have come to the con
clusion that the death of chicks In the
shell Is not from lack of moisture, but
from steady high incubator tempera-
I ture, which hardens the membranes of
; tho eggs und thus prevents the chick
from breuki ig through. This Is deny
ing in oue sentence what they admit
In the next, but the hard beuded Scots
can't see ll.
The value of an egg depends on its
condition when delivered to the con
sumer and not on market reMrts. ftlpe
haymow egga report for themselves,
Tho xvorld'a record for 1,000 miles
was recently made by a homing pigeon
air Hue distance between Abilene,
Tex., and Fort Wayne, Ind. Time, 20
hours 30 minutes ti seconds.
Dry feed should bo ground vey fine
aud'mlxed well or the hena will pick
out the large particles, especially If It
Is corn, uud throw much of the other
out of the hopper or trough and thus
waste It. A deep I rough prevents
much of this.
A recent ruling by the Culled Status
supreme court makes an express com
pany liable for loss or Injury of fowls
during shipment. The amount recov
erable depends on the valuation agreed
to at time of shipment by shipper and (
It Is wise for those who contemplate
Importing fowls, especially from Eng
land, to understand that there ia much
difference In many breed types of the
two countries, aud many English
standard fowls wouldn't have a ghost
of a chance to win iu an American ex
hibition. A new cure for parulysis has been
discovered lu California. A gooso
scured by an auto horn Hew through
the air uud struck Arthur iteddington,
a partial paralytic, on the buck of tho
neck, and he was Instantly restored to
tho full use of his limbs. Mr. Ited
dlngtou owns the I'auiundu I'urk
ranch, near Los Angeles, und in cer
tainly glad he got It In the neck.
If you are buying n bone cutter bo
waro of anything lu the toy line. A
bone cutter iniiHt be heavy and Htrong
In every part to stand the si rain, and
weight adds stability. A self feeding
machine will aavo you time, muscle
and much vexation of spirit.
Hhl III 11 VIN.Ji I I. 'I'd I VI. ll.l.' IMI.
Here ,-; u.iin i hin .-. im.oia,tt to re
U'Ct.i!er i.'i piail.ing and tnni.iii'; the
it iv. i of ; rapes the h..ri..ii.!. I.-- Pear
tic rrilit and the hum-In, liial are
1'ou'l prune to secure upright
branches, except when shaping the
young vine In order to build t he found t
tlon for Hie horizontal side arms. Tne
hearing woo.l will lie found to follow
the horizontal wires of the trellis or
frame. Don't have too many branches
live to eight main lirancln-s Is enough
and don't let theui get too long; head
them back. Short fruit spurs that come
out of tho main branches should l.e cut
buck two buds no more.
When pruning the vines curry a ball
of stout twine and tie the arms secure
ly to the trellis in order to hold them
In place against strong winds and ice.
"I give ChituilMTlalu's
slyln my children wle
colds or coughs." writes
Shaffer, Yimtlrtulfl, In
helps theui Hlnl m fur mi
otber cough (iu t Ii I in- I
i ad vise nnyoue in need n
j clue to give It a tt 1 .1 "
! d -iib rs.
I IN ASI1L
StHU-llielltS ill A i-1 . 1 . 1 T
alW'IIVN (if lllliTCft to Ol
To tii.iny ' f our r. a i.
(it Aslilitml lire ulniu-i
tboe nf our own ' ..!!
Iiiiiurlly trllerente.l I t I
lugs there. The b.ilott I
a well kno.v li on. I ic
will I"- helpful tu numb
women here in l.ake It
Mrs. I'.yrou Cole, 7
Ave., Ashland, tire., m
for n year iroin n :n
kidney uud I li . 1-.-c c
HtooM'., I I n 1 M rll i 1 ('
buck. I ifti u I cwiiid hi.
all'-r oiik id these n
Sifinel lines fillla l il n ll
lily bi-Hll ti was all I uu
1. I ;.i I 'll in H i c jus i
I .c. I otlll il Week .d
Ing I I i ni, I ilupicVc
1 stfidily got liettn
bii.g; before 1 bail n
My health la now goo.i
1 or sale by nil dc
cenH. Foster-Mi leu
New Yoi k, M iie ngciit
Koine liilicr the nan
In ke no other.
A Poultry Hint.
A hopper of bran in tho poultty
housn during tho winter Is a good
thing. The hens can then havo some
thing to eat early In the morning bo
fore the proprietor gets out of hl
warm, cosy bed. They won't eat more
bran than U good for them.
W. J. SH
1 I I I a a i a I I 1 1 1"
s nil) apples, not In the '.
middle of the barrel
middle of the hog
but In the
ORCHARD AND GARDEN.
Latti fruits Ht-o always enjoyed and
every Homo should have thetn. In
clude late varieties lu your order for
trees this fall.
The demands of shade trees for
moisture during the trying days of
summer are normoits. If possible give
theui a good watering occasionally.
As soon as tho latu vegetable are
used turn the garden laud and get tho
benefits of the fall rains and winter
freezes. Much will depend upon the
vliit er effects on the garden soil.
Every oivhurdlst or farmer with n
small orchard should have a few
stands of bees. These busy creatures
help distribute pollen on the stigmas
of flower nud produce honey besides.
Plant a cover crop fa the orchard If
possible, as a crop during winter la a
great benefit to the Hull. A legume la
boat, but if none la sultablo to your
conditions plant rye, oafs, barley, eta
Notice of Lea
Tne S laie Lund It
louse 'ill unsold acho
W) w ill receive olle. h
December 22, l'Jl.'l.
made for a term of o
to (mediation In ev
KHOIIt liinci'l to cove
muHt accompany oii'i
G. (i. Ill:)'
November I, I DIM.
H- -hi .i.WllilfsXI
Yomli.n'l know how
can O.ko out of a tt
The orty liclter with
(iwtt'cJ) tliat pirvrnt
tt the front. Matle
r'lor hluck or yell
raoiui Yov )
( tha Oregon
I charge of
iy from; thla
in 1815. I"
n I ture, with
ton food nd
ill t taken
In tha E
, It IS BUR-
list ad tn the
i for auch a
free, on tho
If but one
cah of the
d to car
I ped aoutn.
wo to g
v Wity Com
Uounty .nlked of by
alle atrip of
ess than halt
KAYOHITi: Cough Ketii
n they bive
M-i ior to y
hae nex!. I
mu ll medi
For nb v
.d ciilat'iif nre
rs th utirt'iH
us iHiniliar ai
, i.inl weari
ed ol tiupiwo
ig report Irooi
rr of men anil
iys: I HUfferetl
atiich In my
MuckM. 1 wan
Ii illzxineMH and
down. 1 loan's
what 1 needed,
lor 1 U'Xail tak
1 In every way.
and It WBHii't
ler. Price 60
n Co.. Buffalo,
i for th United
H lioan's and
te of State
oard deHlrlnjc to
il auctions (10 and.
for tmmu up to
EeitsoN will ba
no eav, stil'ject
nt of Hale of land
r annual rental
iate Land Hoard.
lha famous RHeEJf a
wl l"m runmnaj
lut hard sarwee. two
' a. J. Tower co.
Towsf Csnsdiss lAni.
Tuiuuio to i a