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DAIRYING AND STOCK RAISING.
Cultivate your farm well, but culture In the family in better.
Mako your family ell-supportlng and your farm self-sustaining.
Head good newspapers and good book nload In the home circle for general education,
Tftls department I a regular feature of the DAILY and WEEKLY JOUHNAL.
Kor reliable local and general market and crop report, see other columns of this paper.
Kvcry farmer In reach of a dally or trt-weekly mall should take a dally newspaper. The
age of the tallow candle is pU
F rm and Home. I above figures are taken from the cream
In the wood where you won't navel ery monthly statements. The yield of
to go out In the ram for it this winter?
The best way to Icaru something at
the slate fair Is to go after some of the
It takes good bend work to make
furmlng or nuy other business pay.
Headwork can be done In winter.
Profitable liogrulelug means a good
outfit of pcuH, stabllug, successive
crops and well planned gonoratlons f
stock uomlng on at various oeasous of
Regular monthly meeting Hlini
Orange, daturday. October fl. aMOa.
in., State Insurance hall.
Get a few pigeons for thechildieu.
They make a good potple once lu a
whllo for a change.
Don't wait fcr some town to set up a
creamery for you. Htudy up the sub
ject and never rwt until you manufuc
ture a gllUedge article.
Have steps and drudgery for the
womnufolK and you won't go down
the last leg of life alone.
What about the home reading clrcli?
Dn-fl your family go to church Suudu.s V
Do tho children g to tiundayschool?
The making of a boy or girl Is at
home, not at school. Tho nohool Is
only u help.
Fathers! Mothers! are you doing
your full duty by that boy or glriV
Don't put It all ofT nu the school
teacher mid blame lilm If you raise a
my Jersey "Bufl," as ascertained by
weighing: and testing her milk at home
for one year, during which she was
dry SO days, Is as follews: Amount of
milk, 0,670 pounds; butter fat, 416.0
pnuuds, estimated butter, 433.2 pounds,
making her 117 pounda of butter above
tho,Bvernge yield of the herd.
v., r iW
j" . Iv2G"Vj. 1 l Cj.
Byo as Qreon Manure.
A writer aska tho Cultivator and
Country Gentlemau; "What Is tho
valuo of rye sown this fall to bo used as
manure by being turned under next
May for corn or potatoes or other spring
crops? Docs tho manuro quality more
nearly resomblo barnyard or phosplmto
properties? Tho Inud I wish to bow Is
now soeded, but tho past dry season
has run much of It out, aud tho present
seeding could not produce n good crop
next season; therefore l thought of a
course of rye for manurlal purposes
for next season. Ilye Is littlo known
and any Information on the subject
would bo gratefully received." The
editor Bays: Tho value of fall sown
rye consists, first, In conserving fortll
ity, and second, in stonug it up lu such
forms as will bo more avallahlo to the
succeeding crop than It would have
boon without It. If tho Jaud la clayey
n heavy rye crop plowed in when half
grown In May might cause tho laud to
becomo sour. On light lauds there Is
no danger of any doletorlous effects.
Bluce thcro are few plants growing
upon the land at the present time, and
these are old and Inactive, it would
certainly be advisable to bow one or
two bushels of ryo per acre at the earli
est time possiblo consistent with super
ior fitting of tho land. It may also be
said that this fall culturo alone will he
very beneficial tho coming year, what
ever crop you may decide to put upon
the laud, bo combining the boueflolal
effects of tho ryo aa a digester of plant
food together with that of culturo, It
certainly would bo advlanblo to plow
aud bow as suggested.
The Oodlln Moth.
Borne of tho finest apples thut have
come uudor tho notice of The Jouh-
nal writer this season were from the
orchard of John Ferguson of West
dtlcm. They were large, sound, and
entirely free from worms, presenting h
handsome appearance. When asked
with what he bad sprayed to prevent
the codlin moth from getting in is
doadly work, tho Jolly sou of toll
t irned up bis noso and said "nothing'"
The belief Is quite common thut tlil
actlve pest caunot be kept from tl e
apple trees except by vigilant spraying
with polsouous emulsions. But Mr.
Ferguson's experleuco proves other
wise. He had his orchard sowed to
clover mid turns a drove of hug Into
It to fatten upon thut rich irrowth
Every windfall is eaten us soon as It
reaches tho ground, and there In
no rotting, festering fruit about the
place to breed peel and vermin. Hop'
will also keep a placo clean of caterptl
lars and a vuriety of pests, which an
Injurious to fruit trees. On the whole
thoy aro a good thing to hnyo about
un orchard. They not only fatten on
What would go to waste, but consume
the deadly enemy of fruit and tree.
Sleepless, no appetite and very much rua
down, was the condition of my husband.
Since taking Hood's Barssparllla he has
wonderfully Improved, and he now cats
and sleeps well; In fact, he la all 'right.
we esteem very highly." Mas. Mary Cor
Kiaxx, 1040 Cedar St., Fucblo, Colorado.
Heed's 0 era House
One week, commencing Monday, Hept
Bacon's Stock Company
Presenting six of the most succesf ful dramas
Monrtuy Wept. 10 KIDNAPi'lii)
i ueoaay.ttcpi w ...a. i cut ijauh.
Wed.,8ept. Ig MAY BLOSSOM
riiur., -.eot. 19 Htmil .OAKH
Kll(l.,HopUI0..A PKItfONKltOf WAR
Hat-, kept, 3. ...The bat to 11 Howe
Th rrlres for till eognwment
will only be 15c, VSc, Xo f nd fK
iiuuu a rum pM.hucii. no.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F.J. CHENEY & CO. Propj., Toledo, O.
We the undersigned, have known I". J.
Cheney (or the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business trans
actions and financially able to carry out any
obligations made by their firm,
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo,
0 Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price, 75c. per bottle.
Sold by all Druggists, Testimonials free.
Did You Ever Think
That you cannot be well unless you have
pure, rich blood? If you are weak, tired,
languid and all run down, it is because your
blood is IniiKjvciishcd and lacks vitality
These troubles may be overcome by Hood's
Sartaparill& became Hood's Sarsnpatilla
makes pure, rich blood. It is in truth the
great blood purifier.
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, constapatlou,
biliousness, janndice, sickheadache, indigestion.
RESERVED SEATS AT
Patfon's Book Store
All hinds of werk: made to order.
13 ) Court street, Halem. Or.
Mrs. C. ilT. Ogle
will reopen her
His Congregational church parlor ou Hint.
SomeUiing jfor Mother anil "Ik
WHAT THE JOURNAL OFFERS FREE
Two IIIrIi Class Mngnzinos Needed
In Kvcry Household.
Parlors Oror Gray Bros.
Some Dairy Figures.
A. M. Stovona writes tho Rural
Nerthwest: We have milked thirteen
oowj, all told, of which elx cowa were
Jersey 8, three years old last May; one
half breed Jersey, 2 years old lu Feb,
last; and live oowa of mixed breeding,
Each cow has raised a halt, It required
tho milk of ono cow and calf that oi
another fur uso in the family aud to
raieo the calves, leavlug the milk of
11 cows to go to the creamery. The
average per cow for the year la 0,400,6
pounds of milk; 305 2 pounds of buttor,
amounting to f04.6Q per cow, Tho
At tho recont meeting of tho Callfor
nla slute dairy association, President
Jordan, of Stanford University, talked
about science applied to practical dairy
Ing. President Jordan went ou to show
how Pasteur lu Paris aud Bastion In
London uud other great scientists had
proved conclusively that tho air and
the wuter and tho earth are dense with
an Inllultudo of breathing, actlvo
germB, some deadly and some benefic
ial, and all (visible to the naked eyo.
"What makes milk sour?" asked
President Jordan. "It Is becauso of the
presonoe of inflnestlmal creatures
trying to breathe thq sugar contained
In the liquid. These littlo creatures
are everywhere They lurk on the top
of negleoted sholves, they haunt hay
mows In Incredible numbers and they
dance In the sunbeams, Some of them
are harmless. Some of these semis are
being Introduced, In fact, In cream to
give a peculiar Mavor and relish to
The scientist spoko of how much
mankind owes to tho cow for its supply
of the ylrusused in vaccination to avert
the ravages of smallnox. Then he
launched Into the subject of tuberculo
sis. "The germs of tuberculosis," ho
said, "grow like toadstools. They form
colonies In various parts of tho system.
They attack tho lungs and cellular tla
sues geuorally. Tuberculosis is con
tagious and 1a threatening the cattle
Interests of tho state. These eermB
travel about lu the blood nnd explore
the system of cows for a convenient
polut or attack. They taint the milk
with deadly polsou, and largely in
crease the mortality of children."
miles of railroad In
rails tiHed to
There aro 177755
tho United Stutes.
There aro 60,835,680
cover mis ground.
There aro 633,1205,000 ties used to bind
theee rails together, but no such
amount, however, is required to bind
tho hearts of the traveling public to thi
fact that tho Wisconsin Central lines
furnish superior fucllittcs ou all their
trains between 8f. Paul and Chicago
which form close -connections with all
lines to the east nud-eoutli.
Mako a note of It.
Usually has a ba'd liver; He is bili
ous, constlapted, bus indigestion nnd
dyspepsia. If there is no orgunlu
troublo a few doses of Parks' Sure Cure
will tono him up. Purks' Sure Cure
8 tho only liver and kidney euro we
Bell on a posltlyo guarantee. Price
91.00. Sold by Luun A .Brooks. 1(M
lie can inato anything with hoops on It. nnd
nmkBltKonrt. Now Mrnrtt or rehiring Hum
outhot U id's inlil.BoutliBalem. 0 10-Vui
F. M. Steele
IMinery anil Bicycle Repair
Ulectrlea'! jellinnd Mnillnii ii,n
claltv, Hiiian Uynamon and Motor, built and
repaired. All work done In the best manner.
Journal renders who renew
cash subscriptions on the fol
lowing terms enn hnve their
choice of two very desirnble
"QUEEN OF FASHIONS"
free, by mail, ono yonr to any
subscriber who pays for the
Daily by carrier three months
in advance, at this office,.? 1.50;
or tho Weekly one year and a
half in advance, $1.50. This
gives you the best lG-pnge il
lustrated fashion magazine of
New York free for ono year.
The above prices aro net cash,
and the cheapest combination
evor offered. The "Queen" is
a high-class, practical, home
Upon tho same terms you
can obtain this delightful Chi
cago children's magazine. Just
tho thiutj to road, to tho little
ones ot the homo circle. t
brings tho kindorgat tou ii t
the home. Song, gume3 nnd
story. Beautifully idustrat d
1 a year. Published by th-
Kindergarten Literature Co.
Samples of these magazine
will bo furnished free by mail
or can bo seen at this office.
' THE J UMBO,
of aU kindt and
PRICES LOWER TtfAN
Steiner & Blosser,
State Street, Salem.
TniuBacU a Kenernl bntiKinK biiRlneM
. Ji LANE
211 Commercial St., Salem
JtriN SfANLKY. JIM MKAD
STEAM WOOD SAW
Union Pacific Syst
Through Pullman Palace hi..
PORTLAND to OUlCAo
Our trulUH nre hrni,.,i i
lighted by 1'lnUch llaht. ' raln
i lino to Chlcairo, 8W dny. i
T me to Now Vork?4U?ni.
nolTSro. " ,Dnny "our"l'crthn.BR
For rnteg, time tables and; full if 1
npply to ' ,u" 'nforicvfl
IMHS.K A lUKKElJ
l: Tblrrt m
Quirk work. Ixiw Lirlco)
It. U. WentHcotl'HMitbie, back of l'.O
Leuvo older at
J, J. JIAUKlXti,
dhopatlOO t'homckela atrcet. nenr Com
rolul. bpuclal attention to Interfurlug uno
run Willi (llnMUUHl fw)L
When Baby vaa slclc, wo gavo her Castorlo.
When ilia waa a ClillJ, slio criitl for Castorla,
Waca the became Miss, sho chins to CastorU,
i aVa kvl Children, die gave them CastorU.
Jh aHymptotn of diat'uao of tho kid
tipys. It will certainly bo relieved by
ParkB fiuro Cure. Tlint headache,
backaolio uud tired feeling como from
tho sumo cjtUBO. Ask for Parka' Sure
Curo for the liver mid klduoya price
(1.00, sold by Luna & Brooku. UMw
IW'ioraiiig mo I.4ci.
In priinltlvo times, when meu went
into tho Unlit, it is htirdlv snpposablo
that nnytliiiiK Hl:o n roster wad kept, no
nniiy uuueuii printed, "Dead, Jlissinj?,
Wounded. ' According to tradition, tho
method omployed to record tho losses in
battlownsbiniple, Beforoj,oinBiuto the
tight ovory ninn took it Ktono and de
posited it in a lump. After tho battle
tho enrvivorn took away oaoh ono a
tone. Nothing wns easier than to count
thoso stones whicli wero uncnllil for
Tho roumindcr showed tho 1ms of life,
Now York Times.
Thnt men aro nnnrociatim? Mm vnln.
of tho ivst curo is shown in an asser
tion recently inntlu by J. Jl. Barrio, tho
uovolist, thnt n day in bed refreshed
him ua mnclt as n few duys spent at the
treib. Halted and imokcd Mcau and Hau
iage. 4V-ltelrlgerator meuta In bed ibape.
Keptlaun Al loocncM, eaatern style. Kree
delivery. Bouth Oommerclal treet.
OHA. WOLZ, Prop.
HI Commercial it. lOottle blook.il
fHuoxwjor tp O. M. lieok& O0.1 "s
atHKl loi." ,U' 0Uy' mpiAiitv.ry
SALEM TILE WORKS.
.IMJUJKlBTOCK ON UAND.r
ttpeoial luduoemeuU oflered. Hhlppd Juj 11
v. ilni, 2 Ji?1? noUo' Bend tor prices.
Yarrt, Worth Halem.
Addreaa J. K, MUItPHY,
Fair UroundJi, Or
Miss Balk's Schoo
Will receive children irom 3 years upward.
Hpeoial attention to beginner. All deMred
iranebea for the o'der pupils tUKht,lnoiud.
Inir drawlmr. modollnir. mutA nini :n.H
artistic needle work. All work done on the
individual plan, In which each hlld Is ad
vancea according to Ita owa capacity. Kor
terms and partloulars apply o lus O. llallou,
Twentieth and Chemekcta its.
.Contracts wanted nt reanonablo prhes.
Work guaranteed. Kifercncj as to experl
cnooand rconslbillty;iurnUhed. Write
P. L. KliTZmt.
Palem, 1) 9 6i Or.
E. JT. WA1TEPJUNTING CO.,
u tw Awn inn nnixiTni
uuuiv tnw uuu
niu ouu inuutiUO
Legal Blank Publishers.
ltuh' Wbw Hrle k nvwr thehnnk.rvun'l lrx.
East and South
THE orlASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Comoanv.
OAwrofjiunxpHKas tjuin now daily .
TWKBW ;PUKTt.AMP AND 8. r.
TO GRAND FORI,. I
Tun o ii un tickets!
BOSTON and nil
Points East end South)
For Information, tlinejcurnvutw
tlnlrnt rail on nr nrll ' '
--... wH w. n...V
J.J1VMAN. WATT tC W
M Uoinnterclnl l. uteid.m
Or A. D. (JJIAKLTON. As8t.(itl.I
AKent;ii)6 Jlorrlson st .corner TIM
Gall for Warrant!.
Nctleo Is hereby given thut I have
lunua iu uauu to pay all outstanding
warrants aud accrued Interest up lu
iiuvoujucr i, joim, nuu tuai iniereai ou
same ceases Irom this date,
Treasurer Martou County. Uresoa,
Beptember 7, 1885.
Has No Equal
Notice Is hereby given that I have
iuuus uppucauie to lire payment of all
warrants of the olty of Bru drawn on
tho "neueral fund." aud endorsil ha.
foro Juuo 22, 1805. Also warrants
uuaiuerea 7, iHSS, aua 89,eudorsed
on tho 22J. lutereet will cAo on said
warrauiH from the data of this notice.
. J. Bwafkokd,
Bttleni, BopU 7, 1695, 0 7 lOt
"' ' - O i -
Children Cry for
Albert IMwunl'a Yaeht.
Tlie Prince of Wales' cutter Britannia,
whioh is lnid un for tho winter nt Cowes,
has lmd her eonncr strintieil off nn.i win
bo smoothed down aud recopiiered before
tho couuneweincni if noxt season. Her
racing during tin- mst summer has cer
tainly boon 'itost successful, and she eas
ily heads tho list of winniugyachts, hav
ing won no lej than '1.S73 in mnnn
prizes, and iu uddldou become tho holder
of tho Rojul Alfred Chatuiion cup, tho
ueriiiiiu iiiiiperors .'nailcngu Bhiold, tho
Royal Victoria Gold Challenge cup and
the Cajx) May cup. London Telegraph.
SALEM WATER CO.
Officei Willamette Hotel Bulldinl
iS"?r w iervloo apply at offloe,-BllU pay.
able monthly tn advanoa. Wake7ll com.
nir.rlKa.l,ouJnon,h-J,,neJnlJj Anjust and
September; boura-8 to 8 lm."i to p. in.
Irritation bills payable on or before the 1st
of Julv. Street sprlnklln positively forbidden
Oldest Institution of learning in the state.
fujreparatory and colli-irlatS course. Total
moderate. New cjinnusiuia. Firtv.iUmnM
S.6U 1). m.
&10 h. in
O:0U a. ro
0:U0 p. m
0. R U
To The Kasi
lOIVfca THIS CHOICK OP
TWO TIIAKSCONTIKENTAL RI
year begins Bent, 17, if 9 i.
W O. IIAWLKV, A. U
iror Information or catale:
Above trains stop at Kiwt Portland. Or
egou City, vyoodburn. Halem. TurnoV.Marlon,
Jettersou, Albany.Albauy Junction, Irvliiir
Kugeue, Creswell.brHlus and all statfonsfrom
.-.wmik m aBuiwiu IIICIUHlve.
8:30 a. m.
n.uu a. m
130 p. m.
.-00 p. in. I
B:18 p. m. I
llOB KUOKO ttAlUUMT
Ar. 4j p. in
Iv, SOU a. re
Lv. I'ortlnnd. Ar.
Ar. Halem. t,v
aV.eofl,-,u'tneDt ednentlon ixm1
ble. There is no better place thanj?p
lllff Qll t non.nnlftnnniia
charm, or nr tnflmm.
IIOQ. Irrlt&llon ,ir nlnrB.
imu ihiuIm. tloo of mueona tnm.
lniljClwitCe. branw, Mun-Mtrlsgnt.
Hold by UranUU,
"or fnt la pUta wrprr.
Circuur mux oa rvqaMt.
m GurtfttMd f
. v.s.a. m
MT. ANQEL. on,
Behool porapiew in every respect. Bplendid
Jlfi'hf t,c?en oxceUent mea's, beautimi
and healthy location, constant care and strot
dtuclpltne. and f osli but HO a month? 88 Im
Easily, Quickly, Permanently Rettered.
iy;Va?f.ov'u from er'r errors or
IJni'Lx . er ?t the rculu or
TJAPiaui Portland, lacramento, beattle
J Taeomaasd Ban i'rancisoo papers on sale
at Hopfs Prminffloe bio, '
Tlf Pi1510 MAW.-C Marsh.
Post oaiee block.
X etc full
uw;j u.K.iu uv( purwon
oi i no doi i jr. simple, nau
ural method. Immnll.
UlM ll,,nmvAn,M. ...
rallura lninrllili. yffn rr.nr.. -n..ir
explanation aud proots mallo4 (sealed) tree.'
Hir torn, 'f iJP
HmfB9iermiSiClse8aa commenced any
lime alter Hepl 15. Terms, private lessons
foe. Ulaueaof Ave. tl The Airman 8atS?:
day school fhr rhfii in .,: ....Ti1;
JrS w0.01.0? h.nier Chemesetaana Cottage
S?iS?f!.Vi Terms. Mo pr month. I am a
SJffiat. rm!f y 0,d7 a"nn teacher."
StSl5ciro'.,LUl8 r"slan eovernment.and
another from the St-luls. Mo, public .ciiooU
w w.a.U KAPH KY.
Dining Curs on Ogdeu Route
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
Second Class Sleeoin Cars-
Attsshed to all through trains.
vcst Side DivisioD, Between Portlnua
PAILY- (ETOKtT SUNDAY).
7:30 a. in. I l.v
UtlS p. m. I Ar.
tlU p. IU
illAlPSnj' nua CorvaUls connoot wltt,
trains of Oregon Central A Kastern Hallroad.
H5 p. m.
vaa p. m,
6:60 a. in
HJ.'PatlYaqnlna Bav with the Kan
P n tne tuuan method and """""""?. "3''aayHtam8hlp c.
pg bit hiat
slven bv Dr.
rwrS.r611- mUe1 numbeTif pupil,
ivT vwsTi.n " wueyu. Allen
Co., aad Wills Mutlo stores, ' d 83d 1m
TDE STATE NORMAL SCDOOL
s.po,nU ln lh0 Ka'tern Btatei, Canada
and Kurope can be obtained at lowest rates
K.P iuKv!&MaII,.MEIfc AeentTtUltm!
NORTHERN RY.I PA
-- Low Rales to Jail Eastero filln
Oceaosteamers leave PorUand every Art
Vor lullldetalls call on or tddreu
1IOISK A BAKKER
W. II. 11UKLUUKT,
den. Psu. Aral
G. Af. POWEKS,
Local Ticket Agew
tAltPKr l'APKll Lain lot ofheiVT brvrt
J Wrat)nln0 ruanAr fnr knln hpan. Jul US
thine for putUng under carpets, rtll U Ji
-GN Orl8lnl J Oolr Cf :.u'c A
,K. tllkTI IU1UH, "" . ,i
Unitiin far CkUkuttr. I. ''"A
noHilaniul ! lied u4 ,'HV
itoiw, mlc4 lih bin. n l.ltx
o..m,h xirmiiih ? -.,,.
Ilaw J iittltiu Alt " ,3
U unM for f..rtlL e c ,.
f' 71 V4U
W S CiJ
Eastern R. R, Co.
IYAQUINA DAY KOUTK.
A LADY'S TOILET
Is not complete
without an ideal
0 POWDER. II
vaqnlna for VVmncUoTtSurerV0 8
tlfaskencer aocommodntinn ..
.risfiissi. beiween the wuuttoiiey
round trin.TIS'sTi'H; ;,lrse. J ln
inatrp.souw day. I u,
or salllns diys appiy'to
fomtiinm buoiv i1(ment OlR
beautv and nnritv. It is beauti
fying, soothing, healing, health
ful, and harmless, and w
rightly used is invisible. A most
delicate and desirablfi protection
to the face in this dimate.
jujwin 11XiMK,M .najr'r, Oorvaills.Or
ZA r. OaOROHUAiCwU Agent, BAlsm
r www f
. InUt upon having tho nttia. J
rr w rw un tnmmu ffl