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About The Stayton sun. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1889-18?? | View This Issue
«I Kirk, who happenSl to 1«' paus tire' to twctily a«»T"thlr<y acres,
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ing along. Ilo inio.ruied his neigh writer* as follow*:
¡m I à a u e d 3Bv a r y T h u r a d n y bors and tho body was taken thorp' A»1)UH Smith sui»l that the farmers
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»tf wul hurried at St. Paul, w«tnos- are n»it competitors against on* an
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( O if v f t r • 91.Ä - iliiv. No iuquest wn* holit, ai U other. In hi* day there were no
srK H 'ttirrtoK
Monfhi» » fl.ttv
(T h n '« M onth* . '«U. wa* generally suppose»! that’ tho great speculating producer* of crops
oame to nia »loath frón#’ expos and it is liktdy he war. ri^ht as to & CHAIR FA C TO
\vt \«*rt)*»m£ dal ** gtvt'u 011 «ppllcatKUi. man
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Ws Manufacture Sash, Door*
waa.a drinking man ojal hosiipp»»- produce no mure* than they Consume
:* •» fattili itali? Uv*t<M ìfttU*«*UT OB thè novi to' sition is that he. s tur tod to tviijjy/roiii duvetIv or indirectly, ii u plain that Mm Idings, Frames, and t'liftirs.
rvuuk Ito** s«utf*tu K i ver ; b*f u |» wh of St Paul to Wooclburu Sunday »*V i > m - the increase in the iimntar of such Weilii all kind.* of Job work.’
$tv"HttmhitMnt* : tour* thré%i churvh porte Uè«, ing, and lioing drunk sank down in farmers would inereas»« the number
*«o,-hurvh cctitlcr« And tinv*? fh*t«*nu^ordfts;
cuttrly »11 line* of bihlnmi tvpiv«*ift*d?«*V tho road and was chiltod to »loath. ,*f consumers pro rata, and their in We deal in I'uiuts, Oils, N’nrnislq
inUS «hd fartortni ;>urnH.nctnt by «flu«*««rt- Ito was a brother of jamos Posey, of crease could not l>»' considered com-
l*u! turni nini tVult cro«hi| country; ha* wo»*llnirft.
when Mr. Kirk iliscov- pi'tutive. A remark nirnle by
anMirp«**«*d «mtit power whL'li t* now wrlf
ottllr**L’vut nsCmi ft»r mnuv tuur* more re-
tho body in tho road it was cold Getirgiafarmer in tln-Southern Farm Are* Agent* for the (’ary-Ogd» n *
nut*ntu|t ; a lhV ft*»t hrtitJnr kpnnMho Stoni torni ofv»l
»loath evidently oecured l«1- is right.in point, and the more* of
ilvrr«! thl* potili, bulli joiutly h.v Marion
and l iuti romiti**: «mi oivly mi* ìpllo frot» ton> midnight. Tho deceased was such farmers We have the better for Mix«*l Paints, and Painter* Supplies
tiu* bridgi?U tho Orrgon l*mcitic (topo!, whlch
_iTV»**"th* ^Urr'riUrortd ficolllU«« of wtoLdi tt . horn in Ireland fifty-three roan m all, lie said ”1 wish to state
what I think to 1* tin* true key to
nuiy fa*. «nd K, proud”. th* Turnrr «mi Mrlm* ag»>.—Statesman, Deo., Id.
ma ttoèily mati -«mi »unte liur Itiw Ili h—ut'
.TH O M A S & NEFF, Prop’rs.
u ultnn>l, animal I fe and vegrta-
.jnartrr* I «*tv -ami jviK-x t'crr* are carrird'lo' Prv«* U&pAU h ) .
blelife must go togethcrand in nat
Hit1 (hmi Turnrr in four-toor?*» ***ttob»** nt on^
T n s p e o i' O-uli ’W dikK ..
u^P,*o.tV - Thii^’.iw'rnmg ural proportions. The prime object
Ir!. |*r mtif more th%ti I* charipfd by roji* St. Louis,
r»*oN. Stayton Ita* improvrd durine tli**' Messrs. Puwilerly,
owdorlv, « «right
rig! :»fl»l tlean-. in farming is to inulo- n living, not SjN'eial orders promptly attended t»>.
yrur lfW»more th*u duriti* *#*«*r»i ymn |tr*-
\ «mi to riny t*»*.u«0 oboervrr .* -on th* *v*f, niont. representing the Knights »«f ttieri.lv to keep soul un»l laslv togi'th- Staton,
‘oTwti ut|Uk^»ntl p riMiMhi imtlb. Immu l-nlior, met the demand« of the etpn- •»*> but to live on tin1 good things
£nftit!« fhtm tll* *H»t dfflrlDg good icultljr mittee yf the farmers* un i laboivr'-’
whu h have beeti proviibsl in the
. buivii |»rt\ tir«*** ami a pro*p*rou*>ml happy
munii a . stomiId *omr h*n*«ud Inventile»* union and a basis of - fi-denitiuu 'be- great »store house of nature for us to
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fhecUim* vn* muk«* for ti»* pu*o»\
iwtvii tin1 farmers and knights >v.n subsist upon. -
agreed upon. It was agreed that “Now, the gnat trouble iu all our
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farmers should ap|H»in! a legislative
Wlion emigrants reach tho Willa conunitee of twg t»> act in coupimy farpiiug has Iwen,» ur system is an
unnatural one. We have made ull
mette valley, thoir first thought is tion with legislative committee
to locate themselves where they can Knights at- Washington, to s.yure .our figures to find the dollar, anc
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get the most returns for their,labor legislation. An understandig^ was none to learn how to live and have I . S I I F I R T , Propri «tor.
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• and money invested. _Aud for the arrived nt by which each organiza consequently, missed both. My lit
encouragement »>f these who turn tion .will acti’velyr assist the other in tle thirty acre form is intended to
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their eyes in the direction of the every possiWe way. The executive correct this unuatiiral system and C a r d * , O a b i n e t s , F i v e - ’^ « . ml I %
. heap lands along the lower slopes officers of the two organizations will to own fifty or one homln-d n» re*
ttortU k»|‘t «M» h«mL rU-kurj*» t«k« n ut jual l«»lr «rl»l ywto« «yil *vt lf»«*m lu m«lrto»
J- •* ought to live like,».king and I ni sul
ami mountain vaUgys of the Cascade form a central council
range. I will give n few-figureo.
stantinlly indc|w*ndcnt of the world’
"‘Six'yeaJrs ago. R. 0. Keene l»ought Fr*>in Th* Dr»In Echp ;
though he lives fifty miles frutu
two hundred acres of the above we shall soon See fanners domina market.,,
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^mentioned land., together with sev ting and purifying the politics of lie says the corn is king or ought
enteen head of cattle for which Ke the country, and making ail'd adhiin- to. be with farmer*. There is no
paid $171X1, the land being reconed Lstering our laws. God hjejis and doubt in the world that an intelli
at $1300 There was but 30 acres hasten the day when this solid and gent family can, if so minded, live
of cultivate»! land on the' place, the conservative element, the fanners— on a small farm. It require* brains
remainder being covered with brush truly the backbone and safeguard of to do so. Rut the fault with bur
e r c h a n d i s e V I
o n e r a i
,» 1 * 1 timber. He exjiended aboutj ^lie jiaiinh —shall guide if not con American tanner»is * disposition to
$200 for slashing and the building trol all politics and all legislation. raise one thing. The Ohio farmer
of a barn, and in the mean time, Not until- farmers rise in their once grew all wheat as docs th-* Min
and Dakotuotie. Tim lownn ^ fj g e o d e , i»1* una cm*. Monili»« ^ r 9
bought perhaps $150 worth of might nml coni|>el this reform, shall nesota
and Missourian goes wholly to hog
young cattle. Four years from the wp have a return to that wisdom and and
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time he bought the place, he made justice in legislation which is so el- ton. hominy.
to wheat and
n sale olhis cattle, whicTTamounted oqucfttly demanded by the times, fruit. All for «peculation,
nothing Groceries, Crockery, Notions, etei
ffrr;rbont $3O0O. AmLto gfvenbet^ and the- post pop men t trfwhich is to live in comfort and fuse. ' Atlfpr
ter idea of the amount of feed the fraight with such"vdahgi‘rs to the the g«xsl time in tbe future, forget
place produced, Mr Keene sold quite republic-
ting that the only g»ssl time is now.
Not Be Under-
,a large amount of hay, after keeping In charging the jury in the Gibbs The result'd* great surplus crops of
corn, cotton, wheat, hogs, etc., which
plenty to winter his cattle in good
sold and Defy
murder case the judge i list ruck'd as are thrown on markets to the great
shape. He then built a $500 house follows:
whose arrest is advantage of carriers and specula
and sold out *or $2400, thus leaving attempted *' to A person
f c O M P E T I T I O N.
tors, jsior funuers and rich stock
him a neat profit of something near may stand his ground and unlawfully,
by force, taking-care that the.force
Ten yean ago, II. Ilari u com i-mployUthby
that have been collected
doe»' rnot "exceed a* Statistics
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menced work on a hundred and six the bounds of him
niere defense and pre
ty aciP tract of government land
vention, and that it.does not become lislied throughout the world credit
past of the Keene farm. There was enormously
dLiproportionute to the Europe with 2o,ooo journals. This
not an opening on the whole one
gate is almost equal.si by that
iujury threatened. A persoti so un aggre
hundn*d and sixty acres large lawfully
United States, in which ln*t
pnough on which to build a house. may resist attempted
papers were* prinks], in-
such arrest, hut not to the
Mr. Harris’ capital at the tim'o he ‘akilig of life,
dailies, equaling the
he had unreas-
commenced work on the land con cause to Is'lieve, unless
of England and Homes For The New comer I I I !
or »lid lieiieve hon
sisted of a Small team, three old estly from appearances,
Of all sizes and of the ls>st quality of soil ut prices that will astonish yq£
that he was Germany combined.
rows, a good nerve, and a will to in imminent danger of death
for cheapness. \Vc have extra hargnin* in 40 uml fiO aere tr«< ts, us well
work, the lingering illness and final bodily injury.” The defense in the
R R NEW S
Home of the finest farms in Mill creek bottom and the famous Wal»W
death of his companion having strip cane is said to have been weak, and The organization of the Salem, hills.
11 » a call and yoji will find that our life-long ex|K'rictlco hern
pe«l him of everything else. As a Gibbs recieved the verdict very cooly. Astoria & Eastern railway company will be Give
of great iu!vantage to you in selecting home*.
reward for his ton years labor he
was effected at Salem, the capital of
has had a goal living for his family The man who for years lives in tlm incorporation being 200,(XX) dol
kept out of debt, sold. $1200 worth one community and leads a reputa lars. The purpose of the incorpora PORTER BROS., Aumsville,
£>f hay and building material, $000 ble lif»! even though he lie in moder tion is to build, equip and Ofierute a
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worth of cattle, and now hat» a farm ate ability will grow in the confi railway line between Salem and the
and stock well worth 2000 dollars. dence and esteem of his fellows. On sea. A permanent survey of the
.1, H. Hayes, II. Pugsly and many the same principle a newspaper od- route will ts1 pushed in order Unit
others, who have invested in land in vertisment becomes familiar to the active construction work may begin
this immediate vicinity, have met eyesrof the readers. It may lie sel at an early day. There is a great
ast Portland Marble Works,
with a like success, Mr. Dove who dom read still it makes the name deal of interest in the capital city in
lias been cultivating a small tract of and business of the„nian familiar,
(L street, near Ferry Landing)
rich valley land near the capital, hns and its presence in the columns of It is unerstood that Eam’Oftse, R.
exchanged it fora hundred and fifty the paper inspires confidence in the port, are either in Salem or on their
acres in this locality.
way here, to talk with Salem busi
stability of his enterprise.—I*. T. ness
men in regard to the proposed
R. P hillips , Barnum.
and manufacturer of tomb*, monuments, cottage monuments
road from Newport to 8uleni, by mporter
and tablets, of the l>ost
Sublimity, Or., Dee. 6,1889.
way of King’s valley, ft is stated
Italian and Vermont White . *
C o n ce rn in g Sm a ll Farm *.
the people of Newport have
About a mile east of St. Paul, iu
the public road leading from St. Touching the subject of small road, and they are assured by a party *n5 T ^ l l 1 1 C , Y Y *
*nd ^M M rti'«r»nlU>.* Knclooirc« of Iron
Paul to Hubbard, Sunday morning, farms, a man who visified Salem lasl# of Eastern capitalists that if a subsi »! ’ L L A w I I I »ibli-y
lu llln «, ,,r from llu-«rtknil,’ rVom my owt, ijiiurr«
r * ™ f%\lr jnyny «tyly. Allworli und m»l*rl»l W n m u ilM l Ui I» th*
the dead body of Pat Casey summer and saw the large holdings dy of $2oo,ooo is raised for them, • •t t A W^r»-«<*n
\ F H j r b « » t q u n lity . a j r m c li w ork. » I <in»«on nlly. Q
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Was discovered by a farmer nain- being subdivided into tracts of from they will build the road. %
nlsliod on »pi’Uoailuu.
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