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Pmn Stock and
KANMINd MIU SAVINO.
Itlina hecii repeatedly oaldtlmtn
farmer cnti cnslerrtvo it penny llinii
mtn It. Thin may bo Very true In
iniml mac, and vrlille TllH .otltfMi,
would In mi Wi.v dlicoiiniKf wivliitf, It
Uimtwihl llml n tlirlffy fnrmarciiii
not earn iiiiylliliiff. Of niiri a tnr
tiiprrniiiiot ini nityttilriK If lirdoes
tint wt out to. lint Ihrrt arc hum!
tvd of small MiIiik iipoiImI alioiil a
fnrm tliar n farmer ran train lilmwlf
tfiiunka mid t litis, wim ninny dollnw
very wliitur when Urn wrulhf-r will
not permit of ntilahle work.
In tlie first place lie can niukcall
nccrmnry repulw on Ills IjlltlillitfW and
machinery. I fa new nt N needed
wmiewherc, this In the time to uinkc
It, oven If It In not huiijf until HprliiR.
All the machinery and tooh should he
put In thorough ropalr nt this season
of leisure. It Is no great "trick" to
learn how to successfully babbit the
learIngson all heavy machinery and
thus iuvc heavy expense in a busy
sjason. Simple bLicksmlthlng can
also bo done, and many iixcful tools
repaired and sharpened that would
otherwise lie thrown aside.
Of course a workshop will become
necessary to do all this kind of work,
but It will provoan excellent Invest
ment, to say nothing of Its value to
the boyH growing up on the place.
With a reasonable amount of tools a
farmor can accomplish much valuable
work every winter, and each succeed
ing year bo ahlo to earn more and
more. Wagon boxcSjhay-racks, tanks,
rakes, water-troughs, poultry houses,
plg'pons, and In fact everything
needed about a place, can by this pro
cess bo secured with very little outlay
of cash. "A penny saved Is a penny
earned" Is excellent philosophy, but
never fall to "earn" every dollar you
can while you are doing your Raving.
SMALL YORKSHIRE SWINE.
Tho small Yorkshires are noted for
lino points, and they fatten very
readily, With tholr lino bones, short
head, dished faces, and short legs they
produce meat of an extra line quality.
The hams aro broad, deep, and pro
ject well back. Although the bones
aro small, they aro a'tuarkably tine
and strong, an animal of this breed
being very rarely found sprung In tho
los. They are remarkably potent In
giving tholr characteristics to their
got, especially in crossing with other
breed". Ono of the liest Indications
of this fact Is that a small Yorkshire
bred either way nearly always pro
duces white pigs without a black hair
upon them. Thoyaro very quiet In
disposition and dj not attempt to
break through the fences of their
yards. From tills dlsixdtlou to re
main where confined they aro more
successfully fenced and moro easily
kept In mnnll ncras than any othor
breed. They fatten readily at an
early age. Tho small pigs of this
breed aro oftjiecliilly- used for masting
pigs, bringing except lonally high
prlcos In tho great city markets. Tho
flesh Is of extremely fine texture and
of most delicious flavor. While this
breed ?of hwIius has not hen vory
strongly pushed In this country, it
has Invariably made frloudw In every
place, except tho groat corn produc
ing states whore a larger hog is liule
uinud. Wherever thero Is an animal
needed for flSTpfiise of a small farm,
no bettor selection could bo made than
tho small Yorkshires, For making
fancy pork to soil at fancy prices to
tho fancy trade, this is the breed
Children Cry for
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JJFacts and! Discussions
Henoii of CommlMloner Dalfey of
Tiih JovmtAU takes pleasure IiikIv-
Iritf below some valuable portions of
the report of V. h. Dallcy, horticult
ural commissioner for this district:
Twcnty'four nurserymen have nj
piled in me for Inspection of their
imrwrlos up tnthls date. Intoncc re
sjKinded, and In each case after Intjioo
tlou, Issued a certificate. I have found
perfect harmony among them, relative
to Inspection of their stocks, and In
no event have I found a disposition to
ovnde the law. Nurserymen realize
that wiiiic action Is necessary to gov
ern the question of Infested stock, and
only ask that the bcstnnd most equit
able means Ik; adopted to meet this
Growers familiar with the subject
Lnmv lJmt ,nany ,7fcror trccs have
found their way Into orchards during
the past few years, while many thous
ands more have lwcn planted which
were Infested with Injurious Insects, or
la view of these facts, and the Just
wall of those, who after years of wait
ing, and working, find their trees not
true to name, or dying from diseases
contracted In the nursery, It Is very
apparent that something should be
done by striking at tho root of the
evil. It Is not expected, nor Is It pos
sible, todlscoverand stamp out every
Insect, mid pest, which harbors on
nursery stock, no more than It Is pos
sible to cure every ailment of tho hu
man family. Hut If by due diligence
of Inspection, and the application of
remedies, wo succeed In stamping out
(). per cent of diseases, and pests, It
seems to mo wo havo accomplished a
very great good to fruit growers.
It Is not my understanding of the
law, nor has It been my practice, to
uso extreme measures, except In very
serious and extreme cases, but rather
to apply remedies where It Is known
they aro effective, and allow commer
cial transactions to proceed.
There Is no doubt In my mind but
that a largo percentage of tho pests
and diseases of our grown, and grow
ing, orchards of today originated
while the trees were young and In the
nursery rows, where proper care Is not
taken of them. So perfectly Is this
matter now recognized and understood
by our progressive nurserymen, that 1
Hud the following inserted in the
catalogue of ono our representative
Fully realizing that those who will
succeed In tho nursery business must
grow their trees by the most approved
methods, wo have liegun spraying all
our nursery stock with that famous
mixture, beginning with tho seedlings
tho llrst year, and continuing tho
operation several times throughout
oaoh season, until tho trees are ready
for market, and as a consequence tho
"spray pump" and "Bordeaux mix
turo,"has become as much tho work of
our nursery as running the cultiva
The San .lose scale has been dlscov-
orcdand reported In several sections
of this district, but where It camo
from no ono seemed to know. I at
oueo begun a series of systematic In-
qulrles, finding In every case the In-
tested trees ease from the same nur-
sery some four or live years slnee. I
then turned my attention to the site
of the nursery In question, which Is
now mostly given over to other crops,
but I fiwnd on old pear trees on and
near tho same ground, scale In great
abundance. My conclusions wore that
imd this nursery stock been properly
ii.iecieu hi mat time and treated to
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no scale today in this horticultural
district, and hundreds of dollaw
would havo been saved.
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..w uur nurserymen aro awako
to the tat Nf..ri .. ....... I
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deaux inlxturo, kerosene emuluslon.
ho stocks were comparatively clean,
1 found to
n greater or w .i...
however, wherever I went the eggs .of
"io nop louso doposlted upon the
slytMtffirtind-slock. 1 also found in
I tile two-ycaPolu Mock, especially 01
lie elicrry, find prune, some
symptotiifl of fungus disease. In each
case 1 directed that all such stock bo
fumigated with the gas treatment,
for Insect eggs, and I believe It has
,, fi I ( tif ill ly carried oill.
Hon of the two-year-old stock, In
I which were found symptomsof fungus,
I requested thrown out and burned,
which was largely done. This being
the llrst year that we have given full
attention to nurseries, some of our
nurserymen had never heard of
the gas treatment, and many were the
nuest Ions asked In regard to It. In
view of this enquiry the following
facts have been collected by me from
various authentic sources;
Hydrocyanic acid gas was originally
discovered, or at least applied to fum
igating purposes, In 188(1, by I'rof. I).
W. Coqulllctt, government agent,
while experimenting In California, for
the extermination of scale Insects. It
Is now used there-very extensively for
this purpose; the method being to
cover the Infested tree by means of a
canvass tent, introducing the gas
underneath. Tho gas Is the result of
chemical action by-mixing cyanide of
potassium, sulphuric add and water,
In nronortlons laid down In various
published ' formulas. Hydiocyanlc
acid gas Is iolsonous when Inhaled In
quantities. Still while this Is a fact
and It Is well to know them, the ex
perience of several years In handling
this gas through the country, has
terminated In few, If any, accidents,
any moro than the hauling of Tarls
green, or London purpie, which aro
each deadly poisons, but their use
seldom results In accident. The hy
drocyanic ncU gas is a little lighter
than air, consequently It will rise In a
fumlgator, and Is very penetrating In
Its nature; It Is equally deadly to the
Insect life of eggs; killing Insects by
dlreet contact.-aiid where eggs arc
found, by penetrating the egg, cover
ing, and poisoning the forming em
bryo within. It Is not inllamablc
gas, nor will It Ignite or explode.
I witnessed a gas fumigation where
wooly aphis were treated. After a
half an hour had elapsed, our close
examination failed to find a single
There Is a phase connected with the
Inspection of nurseries and the treat
ment of stock, which should very
largely Interest hop mou. Tho hop
lice In the fall of tho year, leave the
hop yards In the wing state, lay
lay their eggs for the further
propagation of the species on the plum
and especially on plum stock in the
nursery rows. The following spring
these eggs hatch, and in duo time the
lice find tholr way back to the hop
fields. Now If these eggs are killed
by fumigation when tho nursery stock
Is dug, It will certainly destroy a very
large percentage of hop lice.
Tho nurserymen of this district aro
principally located In tho vleltlty of
Woodburn, Salem, Albany and Tan
gent. Tho principal stocks carried
wherever I have been, are apples,
pears, prunes and cherries; peaches
being rather neglected.
Thero Is no risk whatever, after the
exHirlments which havo boon con
ducted during the past few years, by
our aerlculturaldepartment.at Wash
Ingtou, In Baying that If properly
treated with the various spraying
remedies recommended, from the
time nursery stock Is budded to tho
dato of marketing name. Most, If not
nil of the known diseases and pests, In
this climate, can be prevented, and
that at a very modorato cost. Tim
facta havo been well nubllshcd. nmi
ikixt fall should sco our nureerlcsclean
and acceptable; where this Is not the
caso thero can bo no excuse,
Chah. L. Dailby,
Diversified farming Is proving a
blessing oven lo tho great cotton belt,
where It has been thought for a cen
tury that nothing would do but cot
ton, Tho wheat belt Is having tho
"M"""-'"":, umy n "caught on"
Keep m fhlMwn wcU 8U
with useful employment and eood
citizens with onlv ,,i ,. '
ur. Brown, of 'Frisco, should hire a
young man typo writer.
VALOADfie IMPORTA? I07l.
K. Ifofer, (if Halom, received on the
20th (fay otlJccombcr a 'breeding pen
of Iltiff Cochins direct from the yards
of Mr. Donlstllorpe, of Nebraska.
They aro bred of a vum of English
Imported birds that cost theNebrask
an from SIW) to $-100 eftch find tho
leading Huff Cochin Atffilnl Of
America. Mr. J)oulsthorpc Is the
owner of Lord Owyder and Lady Htir-
gcss.two of the highest -scoring Huffs
In the United States, and Mr. Hofer's
Importation Is direct from them. To
say these birds arc very fine would be
putting their qualities Jxjforc our
readers not too Htrong. Surtlce to ay,
they arc a. credit to an v breeder In
the land and tit to grace the yards of
the most fnstldlous. There arc five
of them and they cost Mr. Ilofcrthc
round sum of 75. The Marlon County
and State Poultry Show to be held In
Portland will Ihj favored with their
presence, and those In attendance will
then have the opportunity of admir
ing their beauty and flue points.
Mr. Hofer basset an example for
our Oregon poultry breeders that It Is
business to follow, that of getting the
very best. Oregon Poultry JournnL
Lord Salisbury gave no encourage
ment ton deputation of English far
mers who called uinm him last week
to advocate a heavy duty on hops as
a protection against hops Imported
from Germany and the United States,
This action has led to the formation
of an agricultural party In paiilmcnt,
which will be a unit in matters di
rectly pertaining to the fnrmlng int
erest. It proposes to make an active
campaign for the protection of Brlt
llsli farmers against foreign compet
Itlou The progress of this efTort will
be watched with Interest all over the
world. The open markets of Eng
land for Ainercan cereals are a great
benefit to this country, and a protec
tive tariff against our grains would be
seriously felt. The English have
been "whipping the devil around the
stump',' however, In the case of our
cattle and slieep.cxports by unfair
regulations on the ground that our
stock is not healthy.
SOME DIVERSIFIED THOUGHTS.
Pont raise "scrubs," even In your
Uncle Sam Is furnishing many tine
roadsters and carriage horses to
See that your stock Is warm, even If
you get occasional cold feet or cold
hands to do It.
Hops are getting so low that a
Salem liveryman uas them for bed
ding his horsos,
Let not tho flower of the family bo
confined to the household, but hnvo
beautiful llowers In and nbout the
houso at all times.
Every county ln Oregon ought to
havo good meetings during tho win
tor for the discussion of tho Interests
most Important to tho farmers of the
Tramps In Holland are put In a els-
tern which has a pump In the bottom.
Water Is turned on In a sulllelent
volume to keep them pumping briskly
to keep from drowning. Ono dose Is
USEFUL BOOKS QIVEN AWAY.
Art and Fancy Work.
Mrs. Nella Daggett of Hoston has
recently written a took, "Fancy Work
and Art Deeratlons," that gives prac
tical Instructions for making dollies,
table covers, scarfs, tray cloths, pit
cushions, etc,, etc., with 50 Illustra
tions. This book, together with
Coupon No. 1015.
This entitles any
reader of The Jour
nal to ono copy of
"Fancv Work and
an d "Successful
; Home Dyeing1
: will be sent
: to any reader
: who forwards
: tho attached
: coupon and a
: 2-cent stamp
ardson & Co..
to advert iso tho reliable Diamond
Dyos, and to get tholr book on homo
tt'10. th0 Saof women w
want to dress well tir mii-ir. i.i.
""-v "ht uau unequal.
Bucklea'a Arnica Salve.
The best Sahe in the world for Cuts
KtiS,efeChWled hlnd'' Chilblain,
Piles or no pay required. It liTuiranteed or
fte'fcct WU or money "funded
lS.'S WnU FlVF?ed A
nm fin, iii..i iii.
,r ."" "' ,lKw now.
lho fact that Diamond Dyos
w. w.u owiiuuiru uomo ay
m-.iiiv Jl Yiuii-v mul ll.ni
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valIey 6cAfKNEWs. jJ& " &?&
yj , nuinaviucf
ffl,nMnrlfffTrV,1lntV I CCOM IS WCU
established In Autnsvlflo and will
Issue Its first edition .lannary ff.
A very enthusiastic creamery meet
ing was held In Auinsvllle .Mommy
afternoon. We have not heard the
result, but have no doubt of Its being
built and operated, ns all seemed
determined that It should.
Tim honin of ,t. II. Hashor was
made the II vilest place In town last
Thursday evening, occasioned by the
friends of Dr. T. L. Hull coming en
masse to make him a farewell visit
before his leave for Louisville, Ivy.,
where he goes to finish his dental
It. Ilellobower took the overland
train from Turner .Monday morning
to look at some farms near Kearney,
:Ncb with n view of trading his farm
here. Ills Auinsvllle friends sincerely
hope he will not.
We hope the craze for dancing that
has had possession of the greater
portion of our citizens, both old and
young, has at last abated, us there has
been none for nearly a week.
Our schools started again Monday
after an absence of two weeks. Teach
ers and scholars were on hand bright
and early, as If they were pleased to
again be at their work.
Marlon Is on the move. A. II. Hunt
and family have moved in with Mrs.
Furnham. J. W. Lance and family
have moved Into the Ituthorford
Marlon has another hotel Al rat
ton, proprietor. Verily, the hungry
will be fed.
.John Christopher Is loading u car of
baled hay for Portland.-
.1. S. Wynnt, of the Statesman force
was In town Monday.
ltev. Elwood Scott, pastor of
Friend's church at Highland, began a
series ot meetings at Friend's church
hereon December ;!0, which will per
haps continue during the present
week. The Interest Is Increasing each
day and good work Is being done,
principally with lbs members thus
far, many claiming tho iroro definite
experience of winctlfleatlon. Hrother
Scott Is a mighty power in God's
hand In advancing Ills kingdom In
the earth. Let the good work go on
Is the watch word.
Brother A. Gardjier, who has been
mulcted with paralysis for several
months Is at home again and is im
proving slowly. He gets around tol
erable well by the use of n caln.
Mrs. H. F. Henshaw, who has been
prostrate with rheumatism for sonic
time, Is out again.
Mrs. C. A. George has been sick-abed
for several days, occasioned by
the effects of a fall.
Clias. B. Hood, Broker aud Manufacturer's
Agent, Columbus, Ohio, certifies that Dr.
King's New Discovery bus no equal as a
Couch remody. I. D. Brown. I'ron of St.
lames Hotel, Ft. Wayue, Ind., testsfles that
he was cured or a Cough of two years stand,
ing, cauced by I.a Grippe, by Dr. King's New
Uucovery. U. F. Merrill. Baldwinsville.
Mass , says that he has used and reccomendad
It and never knew It to full and would rather
have it than any doctor, because it alway
ciires. Mr Hemming, 222 E. 25th St.,
Chicago, always keeps it at hand and has no
fear of Croup, because it instantly relieves.
Eree Trial Bottles at Fred A. Legg's Drug
Children Cry for
Full Details Gladly Given.
A Railroad Official's Experience,
MB. EDWARD EDMONDS, long con
nectcd with railroad conatructlon In
Nebraska,wrltes: "My heart troubled
and pained mo for 19 yoare. Shortness of
breath was tho constant and woatcommpn
symptom. Intense, excruciating pain, gener
ally followed any seroro exertion. Falntneaa,
hunger without any appeUto s fluttering that
made me clutch my breast, andpalptUUon
that often staggered mo as If I would fall,
were, frequent attacks. Again, everything
would turn black If Iarosofrom a stooping
posture quickly. Sloepless nights with their
Dr. MileS' Prostrating unrest were
TJa.t n numerous and I could
ncari L.UT6 Bet no tst day or night
ftpctnrAc l cowuUe(l leading pny-
lC5 IIU C5 ilclans and tried adnr.
Health " "Hc They
t, xm ," rvomenoreUet.Oneof
Or. Miles' circulars described my caso so
exactly that 1 took Dr. Miles' New Heart
Cure and I am now a well man. I hoi
try Dr. Miles' wmodles. If the nt..i.
JetUaof my experience," Enw. Edhoot
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure It sold on guarwtt
tbM tot bottle beDtv, or monty rSed!
WOLZ d MIESCKE, Props.
Dealars in all kinds of fresh and salt meats.
rpFrcU sausago a specialty,
171 COMMERCIAL ST.
32I Commercial st. Cottle Dlock
Successor to C. M. Beck & Co.
Best meats in tho city, Prompt delivery at
SALEM WATER CO.
Office: Willamette Hotel Bulldln.
For water service apply at office. Mills
payable monthly in advance. Make all
complaints at the olficc.
Open splcket to prevent freezing, post,
lively prohibited. Care should bo taken
if in danger of freezing to have stop and
waste gate closed see section 3 rules and reg
ulation. No deduction In bills will be al.
lowed for absence or for any cause whatever
unless water Is cut of from premises.
V. A.CUilCK J. II. ALBERT.
Transact a general banking business.
Capital Transfer Co.
HARRY TOWN. PROP.
Express, baggage and all kinds cf work
done promptly. Leave orders at Patton'i
store. I i2-3.tf
Meets all mail and passenger trains. Bag.
gage and express to all parts of the city.
Prompt service, Telephone No. 70.
. JAMES RADER.
INSURANCE. J. N. Ferguson, agent for
Western Assurance of Toronto, Phoenix, of
Ixndon, New Zealand Insurance company
mm inc sr.ina 1-1 ic anu Acctaent, nas
moved his office in with the Globe Real
Jutate office, up stairs in post office build'
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sciatic rheumatism.catarrh and minor disease.
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and and San Francisco. n
8:50 p. m.
I 0:45 a. m.
Above trains stop at East Portland. rw.
City, Woodburn, Salem, Turner. M,f
Albany function !.:..'
Eugene, Creswell, Drain, and all station!
from Roseburg to Ashland, inclusive
ROSEIUJRO MAIL DAILY.
lv. Portland ar.
lv. Salem lv.
nr. Koseb'g lv.
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nr. Salem lv.
. 8:00 a.m.
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PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
and second-class sleeping cars attached to Ml
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Between Portland and Corvallis, daily (ex.
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Ar. t G:2o p. m,
lv H35 P.m.
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trains of Oregon Contral .fe Eastern Railroad.
Express train daily except Sunday.
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Open Boardof Trade Bldg., Chicago, II J
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Will recoive children from 3 years upward
Special attention to beginners. All desired
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vanced according to its own capacity. For
terms and particulars apply to Miss O. Hal
lou. Twentieth and Chemeketa sts.
Given by a qualified teacher, a native
of Germany. Classes for children on
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Mrs, Rapsey. 454 Marlon St
Given on reasonable terms Vy an experienced
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consideted without delay.
nun... HAMILTON & MOIR
Bush Bank bulldinS.
MONEY TO LOAN I
On city or farm property.
T. K. FORD.
Over Bnsh's Bank,
MONEY TO LOAN.
I have $5000 to loan in one sum or any
fractional part not less than J300 To loan in
oalem during the next 30 days. Address,
o . J' H. HAWLEY,
W SUrk street, : Tortland, Or.
FARM FOR SALE!
. 3 M.l?s 1:ed iv. miles west of Wapith
ttatlon, Yamhill countv, and iJi miles south
01 Uaston, it aero of hops, large hop house,
20 acres wheat land, 10 acre meadow and
weaver dam: most of the balance well set in
vanety of time grasses. Good soil, n
roCK. easily nut In ruliivoiion uiih inrinc or
creek on euery 40 acres. Will sell in tracts
0140 acre or more at prices from $8o np.
wnli according to location and improve
ments. Easy terms. For further particular!
enquire of wM. H. EUAN.
' 4 "n Gervais, Or.
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