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I t T II Willi iUWfc ii MttflWWM MB MEM w
J Farm, Stocfearid Fruited
PLANTING FRUIT TREES.
J&Pacts andl Discussions,
BETTER SOIL CULTIVATION.
Subsolllng and its Value Improvements
Tlic John Deer Plow Co., of Mollne,
Illinois, is sending out a phamplct
entitled the "Passing or the riow,"
from which the following suggestions
Wo believe that wo are on the eve
or n revolution of the system of soil
cultivation, particularly In the
methods of plowing, If Indeed, the
revolution Is not already begun. The
now famous remarks of Secretary
Morton, that "tlio plow has outlived
Us usefulness," and that "the plow
iibed by the American farmer Is a
humbug and an enemy to fertility",
wore not hastily formed conclusions;
but opinions based upon extenshe
study of the conditions and needs of
American farms In relation to crop
productions, and they have set a lot
there Is a large
stored away In the subsoil tobedrawn
upon as needed by the growing vege
tation. Subsolllng effectually does
awav with the hard packing of the
bottom of the furrow as left, by the
Is Subsolllng Practicable? Subsoll
lng Is an expense, and yet when we
consider, in addition to the saving to
future fertility of this enormous acre
age now rendered barren by erosion,
the vastly Increased crops and Im
proved quality of the product for
these things area matter of actual ex
perience and not a mere theory the
small additional expense of subsolllng
need not enter Into our consideration.
of men to thinking along these lines "csiucs, n m oi necessary 10 surxou
The result will doubtless soon be seen I ry year, but only once In two or, In
Experience has taught a good many
3 men, but "not all, that It Uibcttr In
almost every way to plant fruit trees
one or two years old In the. nursery
rather than those four or live years
.1.1 ...,. !. Inllf.iMnln tt 1 4 .11 WMfllh
the soil, whore It is retained, and u.ulluBW....w......
when the closer top soil would other- Some men buy nursery trees as some
wise become hard and unfit for the Chinamen buy booW. They get the
growth of the crop, especially If the largest, size, .possible for the money
rains be followed by a long drouth, !' Jlt others, and. probably the
Is a large amount of water ," uiohuiuwu., u ..., .... , -,
'cordwood or nurserymen anu nence
take yqunger trees that have more
A. F.fr STOWE'S LECTURE.
A '.Brief Synopsis of His Statements at
.the W. C. T. ,U. Rooms.
The fcoms of tho W. C. T. U. were"
crowded Sunday afternoon, and If he
will speak again the crowd will bo
larger than can be accommodated In
To establish his theory that drunk
enness Is a disease the speaker quoted
Dr. Talmagc, and showed that the
use of the Kccley remedies were
authorized by the United States
government In the army and navy.
That seven states had passed Iaws
authorizing their use for destitute'
drunkards at the expense of the
The smaller trees gen- county. That New York requires by
jess, are more easily law ten weeks of instruction each
In the production or really improved
field lmplimcnts which will materially
change the method of plowing nnd
cultivation, to bring In practical uso
tho sclcntlllu knowledge relating
principally to the control of tie
moisture In the soil by mechanlct.l
means, rather than Uih uso of fcrtil
Izers, as wo believe this Is to be the
great factor In futures crop production.
Secretary Morton furtlior says: AVo
have improved our plows less than
any other Implement man uses. It Is
very Important, In myjudgmcut, that
a plow shall ba Invented that shall
not leave tho earth out which It
pas) bo compacted by pressure as do
tho plows now In use. In shallow til
lage, with a cut or Kay four Inches In
depth, the leverage or the plow point
against tho earth, tho wholo weight
or power or tho team producing a
downward pressure at tho cutting
edgo or share, leaves the bnso or the
furrow that Is turned over smooth
and hard. In fact, It renders It
almost Impervious to water. Tlioic
fnru, when a torrential rainfall coinva
upon laud thus plowed and lying upon
n land slope, tho wash Is enormous.
'T am Inspired to allude the In
ventive genius of all Interested to
study the ixiswlblllty of a plow which
siall loosen and tear up the bottom
of tho furrow to a dopth of say two or
throo Inches below tho cut of tho
plow. I do not mean to luivo tho
gr jnnd turned up but simply to have
it loowuod, m that tho rain could icr
col tto below tho depth of tho furrow,
Instead of being forced to run olf as
though tho furrow was an cave
triugh. J'ooslbly thoro may Ihj some
kind of n ruvolvlng cutter attached
below tho inuloboard, or a horles of
revolving cutters. Tho object that I
8)ek Is to stir and soparato tho earth
at a greater depth with tho samo
pi )w than It l possible, to htlr or
fiJtar.to It with tho contrivances or
I nplaiuonLs for plowing now In use."
SubwIllng.-SulHollIng is not a
turning of tho under soil to tho mir-fuoj-thls
would lw only deep plow
ing hut It Is simply a loosening of
th 8iiboll and allowing It to fall
htck without bringing It to tho Mir
faco at all. This operation permits
tho under will to receive a greater
amount of molbturo and to retain It,
beo tuso, Iwlug loo and loamy from
tho operation or subsolllng, It Incomes
nure Hko a sandy soil, more retentive
or moisture. Tho lHsnctlt, therefore,
or subsolllng in a sandy soil Is that
tho water Is more readily removed
from the tho top soil, while It U, at
the same time, retained for tho future
us-of thp crop. Tho advantage of
subsolllng u heavy soil, on tho other
hand, Is that the water, instead of bo.
Mig removed by ourfaco drainage or
evaporation, Is allowed to sink into
some soils, onco In three years. "We
believe, however, that with the Inves
tigation and experiment that arc now
being put Uiou this subject, the time
Is not fill (list tut when an Implement
will )h constructed that will both
plow and subsoil at one ami the same
HOW TO CURE HAMS.
K. M. Todd, of Virginia, whose
Allied hams have given his product
a reputation that sells them where
over olfcred, gives the following de
scription of his method or curing:
1 The hams are placed In a largo
tray or fine Liverpool salt, then tho
llcsh surface Is sprinkled with lluely
ground, crudo saltpetre, until the
hams are as white as though covered
by a moderate rrost, or say use three
or four pounds of I ho powdeied wilt
petro to the thousand pounds of green
2 After applying tho saltpetre, Im
mediately salt with tho Liverpool fine
salt, covering well tho entire surracc.
Now pack the hams In bulk, but not
In piles mom than three feet high. In
ordinary weather tho linins should re
main thus for three days.
3. Then break hulk mid re-salt with
lino salt. The hams thus salted and
ro-saltcd, should now remain In salt
in bulk ono day for each and every
p3und each ham weighsthat Is, a
10-pound ham should remain 10 days,
and in such proportion or time for
larger and smaller sizes.
I. Next yuti wash with tepid water
until the hums are t horoughly cleaned,
and after partially drying rub the en
tiro surface with finely ground black
t. Now tho hams should bo hung In
the smoke house, and this Important
operation begun. Thosmoklngshould
bo very gradually and slowly done,
lasting thirty to forty days.
0. After the hams are cuied and
smoked they should Ihj ro-poppored to
guard against vermin, and then
bagged. Those hams am Improved
wltli ago, and the Todd hams are In
pcrfetitlou when ono year old.
POULTRY YARD PACTS.
Thomas Uolton, or Salem, reports to
this department or Tm: Jouknai.
handled In transporting and planting
and In a few years' time will be likely
to outstrip those which were innch
larger at. time of planting. Many
good orchardlsts maintain that at five
or six years from planting the smaller
trees will show the best results both
In fruitage and lieathfiilness or the
orchard. Those contemplatlngplant
Ing orchards during the coming sea
son may well consider the subject of
size arid age of trees they select. In
any event, It Is always well to make
selections early In the season nnd take
plenty of tlmo to prepare the ground
Examination the past week show
that egg prices were about as follews:
San Francisco, 27 cents; Tortlaud, 20
cents; Salem, IK cents, Ah freight to
San Francisco Is only 40 cents a hun
dred, and commissions and all cannot
reach over .'I cents per dozen, the prices
at Salem arc relatively too low. "What
we need Is sonic ono to gather up and
ship out the egg product to larger
markets. Itj encouraging tho- stage
lines to bring them In there Is no rea
son why ono to two thousand dozen
per week could not lw cxixirtcd to
Frisco and Puget Sound markets
The absence or extreme heat and cold
ought to make It easier to handle
this class or produce than In climates
where rerrlgeratlon Is necessary
Give the children a row pennies now,
or glvov them a chance to earn boiiio
money to buy a few flower seeds and
bulbs to beautify your homo in tho
spring. It will not only give you
more attractive surroundings, but add
a treasure to your chlldrcus' store-
nouso or culture which win iiioom as
long as thoy llvo.
Western Oregon has the best Irriga
tion system on earth. It Is run on
correct principles and there Is no
patent on tho method. The Inventor
nnd operator Is Impartial and treats
his patrons all alike. They can de
pend UK)ii Just 48 Inches of water
year In and year out. it is furnished
without stint, and there arenoagents
or middle men,
year In her public schools
use of alcohol produces a diseased
condition of body and mind.
Then he said If it was a disease,
what a national shame and sin, what
a travesty upon national honor and
justice it was to license thousands
upon thousands or low grogcrlcs and
gilded palaces to spread the germs of
disease broadcast throughout the
land; and what was Infinitely, worse to
imprison the unfortunate man who
happened to contract the disease. It
It Is a disease we have no right to bit
the poor drunkard over the head with
a policeman's club and lock him up
unless we lock up a physician with
him to take care or him. He said the
drunkard needed to be treated by
something more than a moral phar
macy. He did not believe in faith
cures or that there was any moral
cure for the disease. That the Kceley,
or any cure of equal merit, If there be
such, was a helper to tho church, as It
placed the drunkard where tho church
could reach him. That the brain was
where will power lies, and when that
Is paralyzed the drunkard has nothing
upon which to base a moral effort.
That you might as well ask tho
victim of yellow fover why he does
not cure himself with will power, as
to ask tho same thing of the continued
drunkard. Ho handled his subject
"From Bondage to Freedom" In a
scholarly nnd graphlcmannerand held
the rapt attention or all.
He paid an earnest tribute to tho
W. C. T. U. and to all Christian Tem
perance women, and showed by refer
ence to tho pioneer mothers, Jean or
Arc and the famous Captain Molly,
that when men woro wanting or power
less, women were to be found who
were equal to the emergency.
W. C. T. U.
Hood's is Wonderful.
No less wonderful arc tho cures ac
complished by Hood's Sarsaparllla,
even after other nrcmmtlons nnd
physicians' prescriptions have tilled.
The reason, however, Is simple.
wnen tno ulootl is enriched and puri
fied, disease disappears and good
health returns, and Hood's Sarsapa
rllla Is the one true blood purifier.
Hood's pills nre prompt nndclllclent
and do not mime, naln or trrlrm.
EAST "AND SOUrfliGODEY'S MAGAZINE
.:;:....;. '"' mo )
Southern Pacific Co,
Poriland and San Francisco.
8:5- i. m.
1 l:oo p. m.
r 0:45 a. m,
V,,m. f'VVVIt I - ,'"
Tuiunit. 4wi infills nnuarv ,o.
During JE90 Godey'. Mag,iinM ,' fr '?
TALKS Willi Cun,Jli"
Valuable hints about var 011, mw. ,.,
Industry which lire open to women l.v u? '
who have succeeded in them. ' m"
MUSIC IN AMERICA.
,,:,..,. u.umn wun portrait , ,'
B.aph, and one or more pa,jci of mum! fit
mUHic Mlone will make a valuable collJ.
This series of articles U n nmn , &
among .i.onf.ly magazines. The paper. .1
interesting to all readers, and are iVtm,,,? e
viilue to thoic who play or sine. '
i TMK ST.w.r
Illustrated articlt tipo,, the 4,1 and neu...
plays and the foremost actors, pattleuliS
ihe best American productions. Th-...''
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from KoicburR to Ashland, Inclusive,
ROSEDURC MAIL DAILY.
To Arms to Arms,
50000 men women and childcrn wanted to
buy the stock or furniture, carpets, ma tings,
etc., of J. A. Kolan for the next Co days at
cost or less, to make room for spring goods.
I mean what I say, am also going to add a
large line of wall paper and motil Jing to my
stock J. A. KOTAN,
South I North
8:.'!0 a.m. Iv. Portland nr. 4:40 p.m.
11:00 a.m. Iv. Salem lv. 2:20 p.m.
6:20 p.m. I ar. Koseb'g lv. 8;.'10 a.m.
South I I North
4:00 p.m. 1 v. Portland nr. 10:0;a.m.
0:15 p.m. I ar. Salem lv. 8:00 a.m.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE
PULLMAN UUFFET SLEEPERS
and srcond-class sleeping cars attached to nil
Between Portland and Corvallls, daily (ex
cept Sunday. 1
of the hom.
WOtZ & MIESCKE, Props.
Uealars in all kinds of frc.h nnd salt meats
tyFresh sama?., a specially,
171 COMMERCIAL ST.
32I Commerchl st Cotllr lllurk
(.successor to U. M licck ft Lo J
Host meats in tho city,
Prompt d diver, at
SALEM WATER CO
Office! Willamette HoH Bulldinr,
For water service apply at office. llill
payable monthly in advance. Make nil
complaints at the olficc.
Open spickct to prevent freezing, posi.
lively prohibited. Care tthould ba taken
if in danger of freezing to have stop and
waste gate closed seo section J rules and reg
ulation. No deduction in bills will be al
lowed for absence or for any cause whatever
unli-si water is cut of from premises.
A fertllo piece or land Is a good
thing, but a fertllo mind Is needed to
get the fullest good out of It. Nearly
every farmer knows how to make his
land rich, vl.., by giving It the neces
sary food. The same rule applies to
the mind, and as with tho land, It
requires work to bring about tho
General tuul Nervous Debility.
Wlml, liaecu. ol Rrroro
or raw- In old or
Vountc. ltolmi, Noblo
llow p KnUrw una
HlrenstbfB' Wert, !a
Mr. , Ablutlf on.
flunk AA Ul.li. nn.1 K..J1....
fL RmII.I fas ll.l..la ll.kL ....
r rvfirFn!v 1 1 ml
It Is a fact that only tho best bred
hogs are subject to tho fatal disease,
"hog cholera." it would lw a bless
lug ir more Oregon hogs were subject
to tho complaint, ir It only strlkis
some faoUalmtit a small home poultry thoroughbred stock, let us pray for an
yard ho has conducted for two years. 'lldoiulo of cholera. In tho mean.
In ism ho iH)Kau with 41 fowls and at t,,Mt lot us have more good hogs,
tho end of tho vi:ir iu iimi v. 11..I
kept account carefully of fowl's that '?' " wlll,25,,rmorc fr,llt trces
were eaten, sales of m , ll0icase. Wn " my ''"N1'1 nn1 uso lt'
deducting cast or reed and tho v.ml ' ' ms la l" l,wo 'tho yenr
xo prune your trees to shape and
spray them with winter wushes, such
us llordeaux mixture, lime, salt and
suphur mixture, and vltrol water. It
Send your address to II. M. Hunk-Inn
& Co., Chicago, and got a Tree biunplo
box of Dr. kimr's Saw Llfn Pills, a
trial will convince you of their merits
These nlils aro casv In action mui nm
particularly effective in tho euro of
Constipation and Sick Headache. For
Malaria and Liver troubles they have
been proved Invaluable. They nro
guaranteed to bo perfectly free from
every tioieicrious suustanco and to he
purely vegetable. They do not weaken
by their action, but by giving tone to
stomach and bowels greatly Invograto
the system. Itegular size '25c. per
box. Sold by Fred A. Legg, druggist.
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Children Cry for
Will Not PerformMiracles
But It Will Cure.
Almve trains stoo at Raxt Poriland. OrCLTon much more than cossit) of nl.ivrr.
City, Wo ilhuru, Salem, Turner. Maiion, entertaining disscussl ns ol the dramas dm
Jelferson, Albany, Albany Junction, Irving, are talkrd alwut. Such treatment ,
Eugene, Crcswell, Drain, and all stations . found in any other magazine m
I The Magazine will be well and ihorouehl.
illustrated Irnm cov,r to cover Compeit
artsits and Improved methods of making
printing the plates will he employed
HIE COVERS. '
The covers nre dllTerentevery month, n,,
are designed by popular artists, and ihccovm
for n year will be valuable as an utt collection
in themselves. m
THE FASHION DEPARTMLNT
which for j cars has given the latent fads u
fashions, is of particular Interest to wornm
A HOME MAGAZINE '
Godey.s Is a magazine or this country anj
ofto-dny. Itlsalamiiy magazine, with 1
larger scope than it had as the "Lady's IJooVi
It Is monthly feait of wholesome lm :.
reading, fit for every membei
In addition to Ihe features mentioned W
each number will contain a lilwral amiiunfof
Huiion, by the bet writers, articles on mbiccI
of general intereit, book reviews, cic.eic
SuOicridtionM, Jt.ofi a year.
Ten cents a number
send ten cent lor it lample copy. None Uir
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has, besides, its on specialty in which it it
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To those of New England birth or orixin$
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WARUEN F. KELLOGG,
At Albany and Corvallls connect with
trains of Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad.
Express train dally except Sunday,
4:45 p. m
7115 p. m
Lv. Portland Ar.
Ar. McMinville Lv
8:25 a. m.
6:50 a. m.
to all points in the Eastern States, Canada
and Europe can be obtained at lowest rate!
from W.W. SINNER, Agent, Salem.
E. P, ROGERS, Aat. G. lK & P. A..
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
ow to-p Fortiu
loo 00 for every $10 invested can be made by
our new Systematic I'lau of Speculation.
Sloooanl moe made da'ly on small inves-
inen'.s, by many persons who live away from
All wii ask is to investigate our new and or.
gnal methods. Past workings of plan and
hiuhcst references furnished. Our Hooklet
Points and Hints." how lo make money
ven when on the wrong side of the market
ind iili.r information ent FREE.
GILMORE & Co., Hankers and Hrokers
Open lioardol Trade Uldg., Chicago, II
10 30-301 d&w
Transact a general banking business.
ror the year netted $7.1. The Hook ror
1805 began busiuoM with 15 fowls, but
tltteen broilers were killed off, mi It
left only tio tostart with. At tho end
of tho year ho had tX), but during tho
year 'AS mil Bl,.wu hens and cooks Keep your buildings well minted
mvk led, and enough holers a,,,. It Isa.mostas gootlLt co rtlto vol
l '""? ,W ,0tnl kmi"Kfor wy. ,, eastern man. Tlui
Z r ,a,,,,nK !' '' ".. is, ,t. better than a c UHcvo
Ihoegg wlo, .no.tKlto-,:wdouM, ofchaniotor.rorlt Is seen Jewnr
'.at ImniRlu . HH,,nat.ng tho IhhI.v and tl, latter Uno "
HiowiiM at Jl the total product or tho not.
year was tn.lft, IXtduetlng castor UrK'on fn,u growers ought to spend
gtalufed. tho yard t.hjj year netted lho kUttnco f ibo winter's lolsuro In
, 3Q. great mun& iiqj wero used Iook,llK ! their buslneM as well ns
. for tho family toblolmu half grown B0tUllK tOKethor and discussing
huv aim eggs aiutrowl sold did not ,uul,,ots w umiuw and tho
hring as gooaproj. Um ,10 lwo
yean ahowi iUl nm bugKestlvo
Capital Transfer Co.
HARRY TOWN, PROP.
Express. b.iPL'ai'e nnd all IcmiU rt i.nd
done promptly. Leave orders at Patton's
Miss Bailouts School
Will receive children from 3 yean upward
Special attention to beginners. All desired
branches for theoider pupils taught, includ
ing drawing, modeling, music plain and ar.
tistic i.eedlc work All work done on the In.
dividual plan In which each child is ad
vanced according to its own capacity. For
terms and particulars apply to Mis O. Dal.
lou. Twentieth and Chemeketa sts.
Meets all mail and passenger trains Hag.
gage and express to all pans of the city.
Prompt service, Telephone No. 70.
Local agents in all towns and localities
and throughout the United States and terri.
toiles to veil the best washer In use consider
ing its price from $3 to $5. For particulars
.., J- n. BROWN,
156 Statu street. Salem, Oregon.
Given by a qualified teacher, a native
ofGermitny. Classes for children on
Sat uday 11 1 Changing Hall,
Mrs. Rapsev. 454 Marion St
Given on reasonable terms y an experienced
tMcll- W. A. RAI'SEY.
454 Marion st
The American Protective Tariff League
i- a national organization advocating
"Protection to American Labor and
Industry " as explained by its constitu
tion, ns follows :
"Tho eb,Vct of thl Lugua ihall t to protj
Anirmn hbrr by a tariff on Imperti. which ihtll
a'iuat4l icur American industrial predueu
; nt th compstition of fortign lbor."
There are no personal or private
profits in connection with the organiza
tion and it is sustained by memberships,
contributions and tho distribution of its
riRST: Co,r,jp0ndne U tolleittd reisrdint
M.mb.rshlp-and ' Official Corr.tpond.nti."5
JSh?.ui' ,nMd ".nd w,e"" contribution.,
'nthr small or lrg, to our cauia.
J.rii.l'JZi Vu lub"h !re "n of documtntt
FOURTH: 8tnd postal card raquait for frM
AddSt. vKC-'r l'A Eoonoml.t."
U. MILKS' KESTOUATIVE NEItVINH
methods of marketing.
lVt your young stock and save thn
euros nervous prostratlou. Not ml.
removing th sertM ot dUease, and then
applying hwMthy norro food, Increasing
the appetite, helping digestion and strength
ening tho eutlre system. Desperate cases
require prolonged treatment as shown by
that ot Mrs. M. II. Heed, of Delta. Iowa, who
wrltest "As tho result of a lightning stroke,
tho physicians said I had alight stroke of
paralysis, my limb would all draw up. I
Dr. MlleS' woul11 havo bblngs
'vflHin. In my chest that seemed
Nervine unendurable. For three
Ppctnt-Ac months I could not sleep
vco IU1 Ci and for threo weeks did
Health nov ciose m "I'M- I
felt that If rvllef did not come I would bo
dead or Insane. I ,00V Dr. Mile' Itestora.
Uve Nervine and the second night slept two
UJirna,,r0,a ,hU ,lB0 oa ar health lm.
ni. I ltt U W b0M,M-"" oni
iai ... 4 h a naT0 lwen no wrdlclne
bt,m.M"Uu on that first
i. ; "wjnoney rerunded,
HARD TIMES PRICES!
The times are hard ami I propose to elve
uy public hard limes pric.-s. U
New factory shoes.plain.. . . ,
Wiih toes and calks ... ,
Track shoeing..... 7.. '.v." V."'. V.'. To
100 Chemeketa street. '"''
Commercial Street, Corner State
The Capital Priming Company has ie
moved to that location. Call on us.
On farm land security. Special
rates on larce lon i.i..
ills ti i a non.poltonon;
remedy, for Oonorrtiao,
Whites, inin.tn.i Hli.
1 chtrgi'K. or any inOammi.
linn. Irrlfallnn ..v .....
Bfr...ou ..Llo. tlon i.( mucuiii nitm-
ttHttAHSCHtUiClRo. viawi, Npo-aatrlngtot.
trlNftiNNUIo.MMS fioM bjr llriicrliU.
t5! -K !'.r.l '" , fiynu. M
r 1 i.ii in rrauNt.
dFta 1 tafcdftTt.H
Pw itreVBUctl V
considcied wlihmt delav
Bush Dank bulldinlAM,Lr0N&M0IR
C H. LANE,
MONEY TO LOAN! -
PCli.rUt.i.i-. i ..uu.ji. ilrnna.
flrlsliiKl nuil (Inly Urnulnr.
rc, alt. rrilUc imts tit ,
utuM III for ChUt 'ir n.i . Via
nfr.nllti lutnt (. 'm(Ulilo
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