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SUGAR BEETS IN CALIFORNIA.
Ati article In the North American
He.i? . a sumuuirjr of facts given by
Mr ycr in regard to tlie suar
beet itidusliy In California will bo of
intcrt-bt: "i'lic yield or sugar beets
tarlcs fiom twelve to forty tons per
,. 1 lie best land, with Reed culli-
ulion und a favorable scason.will
jiold rn.m tweuty to tliirty-Uve tons
per acrc.but the crop would be hardly
profitable at a yield of less than twelve
ton per acre- In California the
greatest production from a single acre
of land wa a little more than iorty
tons of beets; but, this is an unusual
yield. The estimated cost of produc
tion per acre ! about 830. In the
present conumon oi me mcuious oi
manufacture, from olk'ht to twrlve
pounds or beets arc required in the
making "f l,ne P"nd t,f sugar; the
quantity varies according to the
greater or lesser richness of the beets
in sugar. The price changes with the
conditions of the markets. About
fuiir years ago beet uug.tr from Ger
many was landed on the wharves or
'ew Yook at the cint of $3.81 per 100
During the last six years such
improvements bavti-been made in the
progress of manufacture that Instead
of converting from 4 to 5 per cent or
the beet into sugar, 12 to 10 per cent
are converted now, and the cost or
production per pound which was onc
from 8 to 12 cents, is now only 2 to 4.
The average cost here In 18011 was
3 cents, and 21,000 acres are used ror
growing sngar beets, which brought
to the farmer an average price or
Following is a dcsciiption of wild
lettuce, as given out by the state agri
cultural cellege: "It lsclosely related
to and very much resembles garden
lettuce. The similarity Is especially
striking if wc compare the two after
the flower stalks have begun to appear.
The plant grows from -seed each year
and is thus an annul. It blooms from
July to October. The height of the
plant is from six Inches in poor soil to
as many feet In rich soil, growing,
generally, a central straight stalk
branching at the top Into spreading,
bare brandies, 'much subdivided, and
bearing Inconspicuous, yellow flowers.
The seeds are small and bear white
s filmy down which serves to waft them
1 o lnrwr HIctinfA sin nnrrantD rt ntr
t U 1UU(, UILUIIIVV uu vuwiuiu vi tw
: The leaves are from four to six Inches
long and half as wide. Along the
edgeof the leaf and the midrib and
scattered over the lower portion of
the Btetu are soft prickles which give
the plant the name of prickly lettuce.
A Farmers Institute will be held
under the auspices of the (Won
Agricultural college, at Turner, on
December 0 and lo. The Agricultural
college will be assisted by Surprize
Grange, No. iz. Follow lug js the
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 9, 10 A. M.
Organization of Institute.
Opening Addles.. Prof. IT. T. French
T MUSlC. mf
Taper. Increasing the Fertility
of the soil. ..Hon. Jacob Voorhees
mi 1:30 p.m.
The Best All-purpose Cow for
Farmers'. . Warren Cranston
Construction and Benefits or a
hII( George Weeks
Recitation MUs Jennie GiitJith
7:30 p. m., music.
Address or Welcome
p Y v, v Rev-E- n- He'lknap
Response and Addicts on Oregon Agri
cultural Collegeand Its 1'unnes
President II. B. Miller.
Lantern views of College and Station
Thursday, 10 a. tu
aI?r..- ...Mrs I. L. Hllleary
Horticulture.... Hon. Chas. L. D.iilcy
Organization of Farmers
Hon. It. P.Boise
Recitation Miss Lizzie Cornelius
1:30 p. m.
Prof. II. T. French
Flax Culture Mrs. W. P. Lord
7:30 p. m.
Recitation Miss Hattie Thomas
itoad iiullding, William B. Chase,
Supt.of Streets, Portland, Or.
Corn raising in Oregon
Recitation Miss Clara Watson
East and South
southern Pacific Co
Cnlilnnla Kreu Tialu Run ?n.
l'ortland and Ssan i-ratiiUri..
ncss andRcst.Contains ncilhcr
Opium.Morphinc nor Mineral.
flam Set d -Cuvifud
A perfect ITcmcdv forConslin,!.
lion, Sour Stomach.Diarrlioca,
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.
Tac Simile Signature of
IS ON THE
0:50 ji. in. i U, roulaiul Ar.
II:oo n. in.V Lv-
11:15 a.m) Ar-
r-foiilandr Ar. (8:
v halting. Ar. i 6a
r- S. 1 rlsco Lv. ( 7
Aliove trains stop at Hast I'ottland, Orecoi
City, Wo t.butn, Salem, Turner, Maiion.
irllereon, Allwn.Tanj;eiil Sheddl, lUlscy,
Harrislmrg. Junction City Eugine, Crcswcll,
Cottag Ocove, Drain, i and all stationf from
Koscourg lo Ashland, inclusive
ROSEBORO MAIL DAILY.
I T-T TT1 "" 'trlfc"VJrTM,,,
ONE GENT DfliV
ON THE PACIRIC COAST.
lv. Portland ar.
lv. Salem lv.
ar. Roseb'g lv.
UrIb M $J3m si Ti ra m
lv. Portland ar.
ar. Salem lv.
Labor for It !
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTS
1ULLMAN UUFKET SLEEPERS
and scccnd-clm sleeping cars attached to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Between Portland and Corvallis, dail (ex
cept Sunday, i
Portland. Ar 6:2J n. m
Ar. Corvallis. Lv 1:35 p.m.
Ci'.ojIi Is pat tp la ece-sljo lottlcs culy, It
.. net sold )a talk, Doa't allow anvcas tn t.11
yoaary thing else on the plet or promlso that it
Sj U Just as gcol" and "will answer overy trer.
Vai tl "" ua E" U-a-O-l-U-a-i-JVi
SJ, . SZSt ?--&. It ea
fc " VTlTltfl?.
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
trains of Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad.
Express train daily except Sunday,
4MS P. m.
75 P. m.
Lv. Portland Ar. I
8:25 a. m,
5:50 a. m,
Goat Breeders' Association.
At the goat breedeis' rneetincr, at
j Independence, the following ofllcera
' vrere elected: J. H. Hawley, of Mon
: mouth, president; John Stump, of
r Monmouth, vice president; L. Q. Bur
f nett, of Portland, secretary and treas
i urer The organization was named
i the Orecon Antrora Goat Breeders
Association. The Oregon Agricul-
i tiiriot, of Portland, whs adopted as the
sufflclal organ of the Association,
A Campas Plant,
Wild lettuce, so common through
out Oregon Is in one resoect a most
furious and Interesting plant. In
stedd of its leaves being horizontal to
the earth they are vertical, at right
angles to the customary position,
;But even more strange is the fact
that the leaves always present their
edges north and south, making the
plant a most perfect compass. Only
rone or two other species of plants
.have this peculiarity, but none in so
parked a degree.
The exports of cotton ud to date
this year are 1,603,798 bales.
See that vour hoi? hava clean. drv
parm sleenincr Quarters for the
The farmers of California are being
Seated to Earwer's institute under
the auspices of the University of Cali
The 20th state convention of Fruit
growers of California will convane at
acrauiento on December 1. and will
continue in session four days.
Preparation for the sowing of the
greatest acerage of wheat ever sown
California is being made. The
present indications are very favorable.
Kinderpestls worse than ever in
POUth Africa, nnrl in rif;erlltfl fts
I - HWMVB -
-"ing a firm hold in Damaraland,
elagOO Bay. the nrnni'i Proa State.
?nQ in Canp fnlnno nnrlli nt till
Grange River. Tlie Cano Times esti-
ams that of the two million cattle
l Cape Colpny,' npt many will be
pml a year from now. It 6eems
Mniost certain that. tin. Hinse at-
farks sheep and goats. It is therefore
7 'wJKout for the mohair industry
l tile CaVC. Tliu r...,ll.. tj nranilv
LPnuby dos vultures and flies; also
Li.K.1,18 wn bave been In contact
State ok Ohio, City of Toledo, I
Lucas County j ss
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior paitner of the firm of F.J. Cheney
& Co., doing business in the city of Toledo,
county and state aforesaid, anl that said Arm
will pay he sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by the usp of Hall's
Sworn to before m and i subscribed In mv
presence, this'6thdaj of JDeccmher, A D.
A. V. Gleason,
j Seal. V Notary I ublic,
Hall's Catarrh Curei) taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials
v LEADING HOTEL OF TILE3CITY,
Reduced ratea. Management ltoeral. Electric cars leave hotel for all public buildlncs
and points of interest. Special rates will be given to permanent patrons.
. A, I, WAGNER,
to ill points in the Eastern States, Canada
and Europe can be obtained at lowest ratei
from W.W. SKINNER, Agent, Salem.
E P, ROGERS, Asat. O. f. & P. A.,
R. KCEHLER Manager.
GrVZWT "Rno MacluneOils,
oray Bros, ( and Ax& Grcasc
Hardware, Stoves and ! inware.
0. IUJI. CO.
TO THE EAST GIVESglHE CHOICE
Lawn Sprinklers, J
BREWSTER & WHITE The lead,ng dea!"
unL.vfU!L(iu, VVIBI1L. ers in ai kmds oF mill
feed, flour and hay, Only the best goods
handled and p 'ces always the lowest,
F. J. Cheney4 Co.,
Eir-Spid by Druggists,
... 1 a
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The "Weekly Journal and Thrice
a "Week New York World for $1.75 a
year, liotu papers togeiner contain
1,352 pages of interesting matter a
year, Order at tins omce.
IH Oj'Jl'Jij.tLjS" B Jrvis IHH Sr Bl it ID! f C''j1iWW''J
Tlie peanut crop Is the poorest and
smallest for a number of years.
The Method of a Great Treat
ment for Weakness of Men,
Which Cured Him After Everything
For the last 20 years we have kept Piso's Cure for Con
sumption in stock, and would sooner think a groceryman could
get along without sugar in his store than we could without
Piso's Cure. It is a sure seller. RAVEN & CO., Druggists,
fresco, lvucragan, oepiemoer zt Q7Qt
Via Spokane Minneapolis it Paul and Den
ver Omaha and Kansas City. Low rates to
Portland San Francisco.
Steamers leave Alnsworth dock. Portland
Sept. 14, 19, 24, 29 and Oct. 4, 9, 14, 19, 24,
Fare Cabin, $12; steerage, $6.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
For Portland and way points steamers Ruth
and LElmonj daily except Sunday, at 6:45
a. m. Returninp,;leave Portland daily ex
cept Sunday, at 6 a. m. For Hanisbure and
way points steamer Modoc, Tuesday, iThurs
day and Saturday, about 5 p. m. Return,
ing, leave Harrisburg Tor Corvallis, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at I p. m., arriving
at Salem the next afternoon,
Lowest freight and passenger rates. Round
trip tickets very cheap. Tickets told and
baggage checked through to all points in
Oregon, Washington ami the East. No extra
charge (or baggage transfers. Choice of rail'
road or river route to Portland.
Foi full details call on Hoist & Darker
agents, Salem, Oregon, or nddress.
I'res and Manager.
W. H. HURLBURT.
Oen'l Pas. At. l'ortland, Or.
For full details call on or address
The Only Associated PressrSilver
Paper in Oregon.
The Journal his three times the circulation in Oregon of rAny Dsllv and'Weekly in
Oregon except Sott's paper at Portland. It is recognlretf by Silver men and voters of all
Parties as the champion of the Pei pie's cause In this state. You can afford to help upport
one Bimetallic state aaptr. Eyry issue it devoted to building up thi cause! amonn the
masses of the Teople. "
Theibest and Cheapest for all the Peoole
Consider this a fair sample.
Renew our own subscription.
' Getayour neishbortosubscHfre.
G. M. POWERS
Foot of Trade it.
Local j gent
!.- 1 rmimMraiiniii mnmifiHi nmm ltjifVwAiti(1ntmr thndnfilrn for tAbanrolnanr
.'""rr"rrrr.-"-t"--.-."- r ".-".;r'-r.r: .-.- i.rt---j:- i. .. .
x rui. io-uDuaisineKreausint,rTO-iuuaia toe wunu. juilox .caiuiiinjuuuaiu wwrbuu ..uutui
rails to make tbo weak Impotent man strong, vigorous and macnetlo. Just try a box. You will be no
i slitcd Wo expect you to bcllovo what wo ur. for a cure Is absolutely muranteed lr aruintlsu on 7.
wocre. Bend lor our booklet "Don't Tobacco gnlt nnd Hmoke Your Uie Awar," wrltuiu Kuaraalco ontf
Moq tamplu. Attocrs 'XllE KCJtUiJLIMa UJCSIKU V CO.. CMcuso or ticw YorU,
D J. FRY. Agent. Salem. Oregon.
Painful diseases are bad enough, but when
a man is slowly wasting away with nervous
weaknesa.the mental lorbodings are ten iiuies
worse than the most severe pain. There is
no let up to the mental suflering day or night.
Sleep is almost impossible and under such a
strain men aie scarcely responsible for what
they dp For years Jbe writer rolled and
tossed on the troubled sea or sexual weakness
until it was a question whether he had not
better take a dose of poison and thus end
all his troubles. But providential iuspira
tion came to his aid in the shape of a combi
nation of medicines that not only completely
restored the general health, but enlaigod his
weak and emaciated parts to natural sue and
vigor, and he now declares that any man who
.,:ii i,i-. th trouble to send bis name and
address may have the method of this wonder
(ul treatment free. Now when I say free I
mean absolutely without cost, because I want
every weakened roan to get me neneiu 01 my
exp:rience. . , .
I am not a philanthropist, nor do I pose as
an enthusiut, but there are thousands of wen
suffering tlie tortures of weakened manhp.J
who would be cured l once could they
but get such a remedy as tie one that cured
me Dj not try to study out how I can afford
to pay the few postage stamps necessary lo 1
mail Hie inforuirt'on, but send for it and learn j
.u.. .1..,. ,.. a few thinL's on eailh "hat , '
although they cost nothing to get they are
.. r .. . n mmm ran and man a
worm a ionu"t " "--- ,,.
.-, n,.n..n.t:lninloflU. Write tO
lliciinm vi nrj"" ,e , - ...
Thomas Slater, Box 390-jvalamaioo. Mich.,
A OFbdALT ondarorTe
tlary UXOOD l'OISON Mmuimnii.
cured In IS to 85 daya. You can bo treated at
ty. If you prefer to come hero wewiilmn.
Docbaree, If we fall to cure. If you have taken mer-
tury, iouiuo putuiii, ana 11111 naro acnes and
out. It is tbls Secondary IlLotlU POISOfl
we iriuiraaiee to cure, ive solicit too most oostl
caio ciiaes aoa coauonco mo worm
cages and cnallenco the worli
unu aiseaaa lui always
i for a
battled the skill of tbe most eminent physi
cians. SOOO,000 capital behind our uncondi
tional guaranty. Absolute proofs sent sealed on
application. Address COOK liKitKbYCOl
807 Masonto Xeiapte, CUIOAUO, 1U-
W0LZI & IMIESCRL Proos.
Dealars in all kinds of fresh and ll meaU
Lard in bulk, 7c a lb. Cheapest meal tn the
own Try them, 171 Commercial st.
$100 worth for 10c.
Bui IV mU tor liuunuj bwk ttUlu
u usrt a mix tiatUEfta you teciliy
wuint mm u U mmtmt an I. lUl I !
FASHIONS CHANGE $
Tbo finest, purest and most beautl- V
fylnp toll'', powder ever made. JtU A
oothltff, healing, beautiful and ?t
harmleaai and when rfehtly used U$ A
iuttislblo. It you have never tried FA
, , rty
yoa do not know what an IDCAX, fi
A COMI'JLjUXZON ii,ivwu U, f
A IT IS SOLI) EVEBYVf'JIL'KE. A
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and ibe information wilUbe mailed iu ajlain
sealed envelope, . l-233no
L2dIco Who Valuo
A refined complexion must uso Poztoni's PoW'
der. It produce a soft and beautiful skin.
J tti ...Utter.
Jllx N if a D9nMlsanotu
IJSJHM IV. UUUUIIUUCJ
lie., unnalural dlju
ctiargu., or any fnOamina
I'ou. irruallvn ur ulura-
tiij if mucous Eueai-
U;,ion Pacific System
Et 1 hrough Pullman Palace Sleepers , Tourii
Slceperu and Free Reclining Chairs 4tlly
Portland to Chicago,
Our trains are heated by steam and
lighted by Pintsc b light,
yrime to Chicago, 3 !'. Jays
Time to New York. 4 i-a davs.
rWhich Is many hours quicker than com.
For rates, time table and fullinfbrmattat
BOISE & BAJAKJEIt,
Agents, Salem, Oi,
R.JW BAXTER. 1 C.I.E. BROWN,
General Agent It Dist.Pau. Acnt
I3S Third Street. Portland.
Youican easily get&up a club. Send, us SYour address and
we will show Youlhow to geiU winter's reading
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MADE; (VIE A MAN
AJAX TAULLT3 rOSITIVELT CURB
JH.I, Ntrrout lUaut Falling Utov
tn.lBKit'rSlpl , , caused
tjr ALum' v tihtr imhm and Isdla-
criton. 1 ? yv, bw wumv
rMtora Ldm vltalllr lo old or looag, and
fit a man for .tad j, bu.tnM or asrrisg.
l'rrtnt lusanltr And rioncaEufitlon It
In tlms.TL.lr nu, tbo f IniBwdUU ImcroTt-
mnt and f Hcts a CUIUS wl all otb.rs salL In
sist upon baring- tbo f snnln J55 Tutlsla. Th
hav cured tboosaods and will curs joo. Ws sirs a
posuirs wnwo soaranitM. up saves a euro in sacn cass
For sale in Salem, Oregon, by
D J. FRV and G W VUTNAM,
A w.TT tatJS Sold by IlrucrlsU,
'KBV Circular scut w iviatU
Tho nosy Freshness
And velvety softness of the skin la iqtss
rUbly obtained by those who tug Pouomi'sj
Departments Devoted tfc
I. News and markets. f -
2. Agriculture andiHorticufture.
3. Household and Domestic Economv,
4. Review of Books and i Magazines.
The Journal will labor to develop Oregon. Its' columns will contan
news and correspondence from ever) part,ofthostate,Zof entsmriseslfand
progress inl the manv industries, and I aid In Ithe upbuilding, of ,allEpu
countrvCand towns. r. :r
i t f
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Oreuon Is a state twice ati mge as Iowa, with one-sixth the population. With alt'our "poll
tics" emanating from the tmipt politicians ot one large city, how can the 'waste of the
people get eood government, good legislation and honest administration? Uy right education
of the people. Besides being a good state and general newspaper for any man tlie Journal
advocates good government. It ptlvocatest 1. Reform of tbe primary and election 'laws.
2. A practical registration law. 3, Economical county add state government. 4. Restora
tion of the representative principle. 5, Reform ol the constitution and all political power
oeoole. 1 he wav to cet Reed Government is to work lor it. Wl
No expense! Real benefit. Send us a request for instructions and sample copies to
in the hands of the 1
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