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THE DAILY JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAV, APKIL 24, 1903.
Marion Cimbing to the
With Alaska Markets Make
a Happy Combination
Out of the many and diversified
farming interest of Oregon, and en
peclally this valley, It la rather hard
to select any ono which excels in Its
promise of mora speedy or larger re
turns, all, or any of the others. Per
haps If any ono was to bo selected It
would bo that ono host adapted to
noil and cllmato, and least Interfering
with tho other Interests of tho farm.
In Marlon county dairying has bo
come a feature of many farms, and,
In fact, during tho past two years tho
tato, an a whole, has forged ahead
In lior dairy Interests beyond all bo
Oregon butter and Oregon cheese
aro In favor wherever they nro
known, and tho market for both hns
boon vory satisfactory. California
paying from three lo flvo couts more
for our product than for that mndo
In their own state. Our buttor II mis
n ready salo In Alaska, and tho condi
tions nro Hiirh that tho market Is most
nctlvo at tho soason of tlrt yoar when
It can bo producod nt tho least cost;
namely May and Juno. In tho last re
port of the dairy and food' cummin
sloiior Is found the follewing:
"Oregon's Dairy Product
"Th output of buttur and Huhm.
In Hip imst wo ypurs. Iihh Inrieasod,
according to the hunt Information oli
talnablo. about to per cent. .Most or
tho lartor cnmnierlwi and cheese fnc
torlos have made their reporta, but
generally with the request 'not, to
publish.' The creameries during the
past year have made I.OOO.nou iHiundn
and tho dalrlee nhout 8.K0rt.OOO. inak
lug a total of about 7.IW)0.nno ihiuihIh.
Tho supply of dairy ir store buttor Is
constantly on the decroase, owing to
tho syetein of hand Mpnmtorx. and
tho easy method of getting their
croam to tho rroniuerleiu"
Tho use of the hand sopniator by
farinttrH mllklug uwimnls of eight or
ten row Is rapidly taking the placo
of the old Hystom of hauling milk to
the creamery to be skimmed. In fact
the Introduction of the bapd iw.para
tor has made immmUjIp the establish
ment of t'ltHim routes, whereby teams
nro tout out over certain toads regu
larly to gather the cream
Marlon county hai token a vory
uctlve part In the dairying movement
nud today has line ereamorlim. one of
them lining In Balom
Mr 11 H Thlolnon who has been
Intortmtod In dairying In tho county
slnco the 11 rut r.ctlvity was shown in
1000. was Inton lowed by n Journal
reporter yentonlay. and said "Dairy
lug Is Increasing In Marlon county.
but only as fast, as ,rth, patuntf In
crcaso of cows will allow. The farm
ers aro not buying much new stock,
although banks, railroads and cream
eries will do all they can to encour
age an Increase of herds. It may not
he gonorally known," said Mr. Thlel
sen. "that tho Southern Pacific has
not only given a very low rate on
cream and buttor. but also on stock
Jmnortod for dairying purpose. I bo-
llevo that the good roads movement
will do much for tho dairying Indus
try. The poor condition of the roads
In Marlon county during portions of
inrl tho year have mado It annoying, at
least, vo uio lutmuiB w (.w uu
cream to tho crcamerlos."
"Do we nead moro creameries?"
asked -tho repot ter
"I think not," replied Mr. Thlelsen.
"Tho croamerlcB established can now
use much more cream than can bo ob
tained. What wo want now Is moro
butter and cows. Tho crearaory hero
disbursed between $30,000 and $35,000
to tho farmers, last year, and It was
not tho fault of the creameries that
this amount was not doubled."
Mr. George Weeks, the pioneer
dairyman of Marlon county, was also
Interviewed, and In answer to tho
question, "What is most needed to
make dairying profitable. In Marion
county?" replied: 'Wo must have
better herds, and to do this the cow
of low butter fat must be weeded out
Wo should look mon tho cow an a ma
chine, by menus of which the pro
ducts of tho soil aro converted Into a
finished product. Tho essential point
Is to havo a porfect machine Chem
ical analynla has determined that a
cow giving threo per oont of buttor
fat will novor glvo more than threo
per cent. Let me lllustroto by sup
posing that n cow gives MOO pounds
of milk iter yrar. and the milk runs,
say threpur cent In buttor fat, giv
ing a total 'of ISO pounds of buttor fat
per annum. At the nverago price of
20 cents per pound this gives you $30
for tho year's product. It will cost 10
cents a day to feml a cow. figuring
the feed bought In the open market,
id this will niuount to $G n year.
This gives nn actual Ion of $$. Of
com no, I am not Untiring the worth of
tho offal or skim milk. Now, If, In
stead of n three percent cow. you had
one wIiimo milk showed six per cont
of butter fat, feed and everything
costing the wtmn. the yield would bo
$00. and thuprollt $21.
"In onrh cno Hie by-products of
skim milk and fertiliser will bring
the profit up a little. As to the mar
kets. 1 1 lore is always it demand for
good buttor and cheese, and Oregon,
with Its poronnlal pasturos, and Alas
ka and the Orient almost at Its doors,
has a field open that It will take n
I ennn and vim from start 'to ' finish.
Seats on sale at box office Monday at
9 a. m.
thing Is to tnako always a porfsot ar
tlclo. so that Its name of Oregon but
ter or cheese. Ih synonymous with n
guarantee of excellence."
The Davis-Black Case Settled.
Tho caso of H. C. Davis and some
two score of other fanners of Halscy,
against tho Portland flouring mi!)3
and tho estate of T. J. Black, to re
cover for large quantities of wheat
stored in tho Dlack warehouses In
this county, has been settled by an
order of Judgo Dolso yesterday. In
the settlement the farmers get a 15
per cent dividend on tho wheat stored
In Inn Ttlnolr ivnrolifMiao nnrl nur.
At tllC Grand Opera HOUSe chased by the Portland company. Tho
Monday Nigllt Jrecolver was allowed $200 compensa-
'tlon, tho nttornoy $200 fees and tho
! administrator of tho Dlack cstato was
The Untangling Of the Skein allowed $247. The receiver was dls-
fc Mirth Prnvflbinir charged, and tho caso is thus Bettlcd.
ibmirwi rruvuhing The Cft90 ha8 bepll ln migntlon for
several years, and was onco before
"Laughter holding both its sides," , tho supremo court, and was sent back
was the description that tho poet-Mil- ror a ncw tr""- "' tno Umc thc c08"
ton gavo long years ago of all that and expenses of tho litigation is paid
was best In mirth, and his idea has th farmeis will not be much ahead,
received In theso modern and un- M tlic Dlack cstato was in a bad
poetic days no better realization than financial condition. Albany Herald.
In tho audiences who nightly witness' m8S 'ficelnK tho Midgets to
the funny farce "His Absent Boy," mom)w A, pnrU of tho hou60 25
inni mai pnnco 01 contcoians, uarry ccn
Corson Clarke, is nightly presenting.. '
Tho popular comedian will present his' Midget Matinee,
own company hero In tho play on Mon-1 Thc graceful and pretty operetta,
day next for one night only, and Is "Tho Mystic Midgets," was given a
sure to be greeted by a largo and en- second time at tho Orand last night,
thuslostlc audience. Mr. Clarke, him-'and was groetcd with a largo house,
solf, needs no Introduction suffice It j Tho program woa the samo as Wed
to say that his company is composed ncsday evening, and was given with
of beautiful women who wear really I tho samo success. A most generous
lovely gowns, and competent mon nmount hasbeon raised by tho two
who havo been selected with an eye entertainments, and tho women who
have worktnt so hard for tho success
of the venture ere greatly olated to
day. The ladles have decided to give a
Zena. Tho 'defendants oak for an or
der requiring Ladd &' Bush an'd'Hoef
or & Zorn to bo made parties defend
ant In tho BUit.
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""A ?, DTcr "Ma son, ,
interesting topics, and m I
.uirut numwD ui oaiflm .J .. 1
-- ewau yWJ
aro urged ta bo present upon ttU
An Urgent Call.
Titers will bo a -meeting of tho Sa
lem Sunday School Workers In tho
parlors of tho First M. H. church, at
7:45 o'clock this ovonlng. Thcro will
bo papers by Prdf. W. C. Hawloy and
, And restaurant Is Salcm'i b
me uoubb, mis nousa la jm,,
by overybody. The beat scnlcH
can uo nun.
...SUMMER NORMAL SCHOOL,!
First National Bank Dulldlnc. Salem, Oregon
The first term win ocen way -tin ana continue seven weeks, n,u
term will open June 22 and continue till the August examination rS
will be formed In all branches reauiredfor state and county paptri lc
I Attn Short -hand. Tvnpwrltlnir. Flocutlnn and nrawlnir. Tha tL,-i
each term will be $6 with an additional fee for cacti of the latt five tea
More than 50O teachers of Oregon bear testimony to the succea??
school. Address J. J. Kracs. Salem, llreunn.
" U.t. '
THISTLE SHERMAN FOWLER-
825 $35 $40-BICYCLES $45-?50-?G0-
Call nnd see our f 25 wheel with M. ife W. Tiros gunrantwd for
We sell the greatest of blood puri
fiers, Acker's Dlood Elixir, under n pos
itive guarantee. It will euro ail chron
ic and other blood poisons. If you
havo eruptions or sorea on your body,
or nro palo. weak run down. It Is lust
what you need. Wo refund money If
you are not satisfied. 50 cents and
$1.00. n. J. Fry. druggist.
noon rou rim.niiHN
Tlit- plMkflnt ta tak ami luriulrm On
Mlniil? CiuikIi I'nrr glrp. Immediate relief
In sll raira nf Couch. Croup unit tadrlppr.
Iwaiiv It iIim( nut pa linmr-lloirlr Into
Ilia itnmnrh lint takm effnt rlht at Hie
-t nf tho troulilr It dnv. nut the In
flnmmiillon, limlii ami aontlir. aud rurra
iwrmnnt-nllr tir rnatilllnit tup Itmt. to win
trllutie put life KlvInK ami life iiitalnlnc
ora:-u to tbe blnod nnd tUue. for ial
n tuna nn Kt.t trer
to th sptH-Jnl fUnesH of each for his
anointed role, Mr. Clarke himself lina
u Htrt that Is second to none In which
he ha hitherto boon seen ns a mad
linn for his talents ns u laughter-maker.
The play tells. In novol and orig
inal atyle. the tale of a man who la
himself fond of pleasure, bpt who Is
kept In order by the strong will of his
exceedingly masterful wife. Penult
the husband In question, Is In tho
habit of Inking little trliw to New
York "on bualnees" nud he has pro
cured the cash to do so by the In
vention of r son by a former marriage
Mm llonnte has allowed him $100 n
month for the maintenance of the son,
and the trouble dates from the time,
when, moved to the generosity, she
tells her husband to Invite the son
to come home. Sho has, moreover,
never scon a certnln boy who has met
nnd Is in lovo with her daughter nud
on his .coming to call, greets him as
her son The ensuing difficulties are
obvious The bright particular star
of tho aggregation lias a part In Pen
nlo which suits his stylo admirably,
and tho wholo performance goes with
The Myjtlc Midgets will be at tho
pent limine tomorrow nt 2:90 p. nf.
Moot Widely Advertised.
The Packard Shoe Is the most wide
ly advertlneU-ln all tho high-class
maKaalneo. and the manufacturers nt
Diorton. Mass., dare not lower the
quality. The price is ?3.fi0 for nil
Martin Qulnn. or Portland, will
siieak to the public In Labor Hall
Sunday nftsrnoon nt 3 p. in. Every
body Invited. VWK.
Don't foiget tho flna Illustrated
Alaska luature tonight. Bnptlnt
I'nr llrrr trnublM nml ninntlpatlon
There' notlilne better In erenllfln
111 at Utile llarly llUer. tlie. famous little
Tliey Hlwnj effect a cure nnd are doctor
Utile Ifeirlr llbet nro different from all
other pllln. Tli.y do not weaken the ay-
tern, nut hoi nn n ionic to me tiBnuei uy
Hrniinit i ne rn-e
liver to the full
HO State street
nYfltiMnie the Keeretiona nml reMorlnir the
rn'rwrrannee nr it
("or ale ty P. O
Chonp trip for yoursolf and family
to Alaska tonight, at tho Baptist
tonight nt tho
lu department No. 2 of the circuit
court an answer Mas filed by tho de
fendants In the suit of Cosgrovo vs.
the heirs of Mary Jackson. Tho de
fondants claim that the Intorest of
Susan O Cosgrovo, as sot for th In
tho complaint, is oncurobored by two
luortgugos. ono In favor of Ladd &
Hush and ono lu favor of Hoofer &
Our prices for repniring nro the lowest iti tho city. Wo ga&ruiif
nil our work. Wo call for ahu deliver your wheel free. IM
up. Phone, Mnin 2055. 1-17 Court at. Opp. I. 0. 0. F. Temrfi I
Thee is a Keen
Sense of Comfort
In riding n wheol thnt you know will nfcly enrry you over i
kinds ot ronds on.o that givos you no troublo wlmtover one i
runs so smoothly nnd easily you are uneonecious of tho factl!
you nro propolhiig it.
THERE IS NO (JUESS WORK as to what thnt whteUJ
evoryono knows its tho
; i BICYCLES j
The Best Wheel on Ea& It
For Standard Cham Models
' Bicycle Repairing in nil its hrnnches.
KS&rOh wheels tnken in trade. Wheols sold on instalhnciiti
SHIPP & HAUSER
258 Commercial St. THE BICYCLE MEN
Smoothed Up For Sunday
HALL'S FERRY ROAD
GROWING MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY
A. D. Pettyjohn, Prop.
WAKE UP YOUNG MAN!
HERE'S A CHANCE FOR
YOU TO GET AN '. : :
$8.00 SUIT FOR $5.00
How's that? Well, it's this way: Some remnant
pieces of cloth at the Woolen Mill, not enough for a ship
ment, yet sufllcient to make a few suits, were made up
into Youths' Suits, sizes 14 to 19, and we now put them
on sale at S5.00 and $7.50, lines that are regularly worth $8.00 and $10.00
Our stock of Youths' Suits comprises Black Clays and Unfinished Worsteds,
Blue Serges and Cheviots and liht, medium and dark patterns in Salem made Cassi
meres. Cheviots and Tweeds. Thev're the kind that doesn't fade out and look shabby
after a few weeks' use, and they're put together for boys' wear, too You know what
We have a lull assortment of Children's Suits ages 3 to 16, in all patterns and prices.
150 Mens Suits
HflVA rnrAnlu rrlvtA ifnr haintr AnliuaA fnr A WKD
or more in shipment. We're now better prepared ljnjj
ever lur iueuueeKersoi oaiem ana surrounding tuiy
and for the man who desires the Union Label on his suit,
we are also ready. One feature in our suits we yow
emphasize: They're not cut out with a bucksaw, inotlw
words they're cut to fit. Then, too. if you're special
tall, or vice versa, we have suits specially adapted to yo
build. Slim Suits for loner, lank fellows, and Stout SjjJ
tor short, stocky men. Then if vou have any ouw
peculiarities in your physical construction, we have our own tailors, an equipment m
possessed by any other clothing dealers in this entire section of Oregon.
These facts together w ith the values we give and the "up-to dateness" of our warft
explain why we lead in the clothing business."
Q R a SALEM WOOLEN MILL STORE Q U
CICU(NUINHFRBSir)EN'r3USBNlDRR3''riL. FURTHER TMO-rTOTfJ PJU
SccOtfr Nobby Top-Coats Your Winter Overcoat is too neavy. Get one adapted to tne season.