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SCIO, UNN COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY,
JANUARY 21, 1898.
placing it in the hands of the people can,
unless they Jo, they know that
In a contribution to Clay, Robin- XTOTICE FOB. PUBLICATION—
Land Office at Oregon City, Ore
to say what shall and what shall not defeat
awaits them in June.
son & Co.’s Chicago Live Stock Re
gon, Nov. 15, 1897. Notice is hereby
IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, BY
given that the following named set
We think the time has came when which
every means will be put forth distance a type of bullock adapted to tler has. filed notice of his intention
KOY B. GILL & ALBERT COLE. Political name should be lightly con- to
i accomplish then they will feel that the West,. totally different to the to make final proof in support of his
IN THE OITY OF
sidered whop compared to the wel victory xyill be theirs, every man heavy bodied shorthorn or sluggish claim, and that said proof will be-
made before the County Clerk of
‘SCIO, LINN CIO., OREGON. fare of our country and its demands. who honestly believes In what the
beeLforming poll—active, lowdeg- Linn county, at Albany, Oregon, on
Principle should actuate all men in above might accomplish, should ged, light in offal, stylish in head January 12, 1898. viz: Robert
/er annum, invariably in advance.......$1 50 political matters, irrespective of paste a slip of paper in the crown of
and horn, with intelligence in the •Strachan ; H. E. 10693, for the N W
of Sec. 12, Township 11 S R 1 East.
Per annum if not paid in advance,
2 oO party name.
his hat with these words,
eye equal to the deer or antelope, | He
names the following witnesses to
If a majority of-the American peo
United we stand,
Advertising rates at fair, living-rates,to be
with rare quality of bone and mus-j prove his continuous residence upon
Divided we fall,
Transient advertisements must be paid for ple say give us free coinage of silver,
cle so that traveling is no burden;and and cultivation of, said land, viz:
...when the order is given foY tlrejr insertion-. -
why shopld they not have it? If a I have faith that this will be the yet withal we must have a qujck Archie C. Gaines, J. I.. Davenport,
majority say away with the saloon answer in June, and may this feeder when once within the yard James Craft, of Larwood, and Wil
of Scio, Oregon.
YOU REMEMBER THAT ROOSTER. traffic, why should it not be .done? Government, be one great, and of a Nebraska or Iowa farmer. Con son Richardson,
CHAS. B, MOORES,
How dear to'my heart is the This is what the Initiative Referen glorious union with laws made by ditions will develope this class of
old speckled rooster
dum means,—-it means the voice of the consent of the government, and animal, as it has given us other
Which fond recollection brings the whole people shall be heard in thus be preserved by the mighty classes of cattle suitable for the con
back to my view,
the making of all the laws that gov hand of God, until time shall be no ditions and climate of different
S ct . o Q uotations
With spurs long and pointed and ern them. Then, and only then can more.
zones. In this year’s champion, if
Wheat, 66 sts. per bu.
curving, he used ter
G eo . L. S utherland
it be'truly, said that—“This is a gov
Oats, 25 ”
he were a prototype of what is need
Go mowing around till he poade ernment of the people, for the peo
Flour $4 20
Scio, O b ., J an . 16, 1898.
ed in the West, we are drawing
Bran 12 00
^the air blue;
ple and by the people.”
away from that model, and while
And when some strong rooster
Yet no union or enactment of
getting the beef are losing the un
Chop, $16 per ton.
would come to do battle:
these principles can ever be carried
Potatoes. 50cts per sack.
derground work which is necessary
Eggs, 15c. per doz.
How quick would the old chap out when the line of union is to be
to carry through and properly devel
Butter,creamery 25: ranche 12 fb.
dictated by one political party.
get up on his guard,
Is the title of a 232 page pamphlet
Hams, 12c per lb.
He’d mane the eyeballs of the No middle of the road Pop should edited by F. D. Coburn, Secretary need to be raised in the West.
Shoulders. 8c per lb.
become so wedded to his party now, of the Kansas State Board of Agricul When you look at a horse or a hound
Bacon, 10c per lb
strange rooster rattle,
Lard, 10c per lb
And scatter his feathers all over as to vote “Populism” or nothing. ture. In his introduction Mr. it is the feet- and legs that come in
Chickens, 3 50 per doz
The situation» that surrounds us Coburn says: Recognizing the first for criticism, and while it is not
■The old speckled rooster, the were never just such as. now, while tremendous significance of beef so important in the steer, more es
to the Populist the hotfor is due for production as a factor in Kansas, pecially on the rich grazing farms of
mongrel bred rooster,
The fifty-cent rooster that bringing about this state of affairs, agriculture and Kansas prosperity,, the central West, yet beyond the
now before the people.
scrapped in the yard.
the State Board of Agriculture, Missouri you have to develop qual
■—Nebaska State Journal.
Yet it would be disastrous to all with a view to gathering and dis ity of bone and shortness of leg t o
that has been accomplished, by seminating practical information meet the necessities of the country.
TO THE FREE SILVER VOTERS OF failing to unite all forces of the pertaining to his important subject, Feed the cow before the calf ar
reform measures now.
has interviewed several hundred of.
We hope that no mistake will be the men longest, most successfully rives, then you will save trouble and
T rade M arks
and most extensively engaged in expense. Keep the bowels regular
Will you not carefully weigh and'
C opyrights & c .
cattle fattening especially, in the and feed carefully and not too much
consider the following suggestions?
and you will have no trouble with
Quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
various counties of the state.
invention is probably patentable. Communica
What is the greatest issue now be-
your cow either before or after calv
tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
. fore the American people? Is it not power was going to be the ascend The average length of time those ing-
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
ency, in this Republic of ours, but who reported- have been in the bus
special notice, without charge, in the
'the gold standard and free .silver there is something strong enough iness of beef production is 19 years.
coinage question, upon which the quite strong enough, and if properly The average of the ages they rec There has been quite a howl about
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir
iliattle is to be fought politically in used will prove its self so,—and that ommend for the castration of bull hogs being too fat. That is all
culation of any scientific journal. Terms, $3 a
year ; four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.
right, but does the man who raises
calves, ranging from one hour to one
& CO 361 Broadway, New York
If so, would not wisdom say that is the power of an intellegent public
“streakly” bacon get any more per
Branch Office, 625 F St., Washington, D. C<
is 54 days.
rail parties who favor the free coin opinion in all the Nation, affairs, by year,
Their recommendation for the
■ age movement, to unite their com the people,
feeding of calves the first winter is the “fat” bacon? We think not.
bined strength to carry out this
wheat bran and shelled.corn, or bran If the difference in price was great
For sale—An Advance 36 inch cyl
■measure in all-the states of the Un Monarch on earth, whose throne is and oats, in sufficient quantities, enough to warrant the extra ex
separator, in good order.
with hay or other coarse feed, to pense in feeding to secure the Call on Austin & Propst, four miles
We all know that it- will require opinion, and the sentiments of the keep them thrifty and growing.
“streakly” sort, the farmers would
East of Albany, Oregon.
’votes to accomplish the enactment justand intelligentpartof the people.
A large majority favor dehorned soon supply the demand.
•of either the gold standard or free It becomes us in the questions or hornless cattle, and say that for
silver measure. It is fair to pre- before us now, or soon will be in fattening,such cattle have a 10 per There are many “theories” held
by ’“practical” farmers, although
sume that the gold standard ele- Oregon, and the station which we
cent greater value than those with they are ever ready to denounce
ment will vote as a unit- upon that now hold to let public opinion so far
•question, be they Gold Standard l as we. form it have a free course, in horns. Thirty reports give them a theory and book farming. In. -fact,
greater value of 17 cent's per 100 lbs.; some farmers depend whrlly on the
the direction of union.
Democrats or Republicans.
It will not be a hard matter for Let it go out-, and be pronounced 26 place it at 2.05, per head. The ory. They plant by the moon
‘them to fuse or combine their forces, in thunder tones, let it open the higher price they say fat cattle make no distinction in breeds,
when they see'thej’ can make it win ears of the political demagogues, let without are likely to sell for average number of farm’ers who believe
sheep can do without water is
•by so doing. Indeed they would be it open the eyes of the blind gold 13J cents per 100 pounds.
ion,.yet sheep;’like other animals,
foolish not to do so, if by doing it
■.they mighnt accomplish their pur when be proclaimed from hilltop and safely changing cattle from-a require watei, a*nd go without*?! at
and plain, that we of this great grass to a full or maximum grain times because they are unable^/ to
The Columbia Pad Calendar for
Now would it not be wisdom for Republic think of the general prin diet is 23 days, or from corn-stalk procure It rather than from any " un 1898 is.ready for distribution. Send
willingness to drink.
:all free silver elements to act with ciples of human liberty and of the fields, 16 days.
five two-cent stamps to Pope Mfg.
With two exceptions, all say, ex
as good judgement and do the same oppression which all abhor, and
thing. Would it not be right, broth with these principles well ground tra labor considered-it is not profit seven year ago there were forty-five
erly and truly American for the free into the Hearts of the American
breeders of trotters in that state,
¡silver Democrats, Republicans and people we can depend that between stalls.
while today he knows of but three.'
Populists to have their State Con these two rival powers the Autocrat
ventions on the same day, at the
The Ontario experiment station
same place and consider the matter, by the lavish expenditure of money cattle, and 46 per cent say it is best tested- grains of wheat used for (Western Edition American Agriculturist.)
ONLY $1.00 A YEAR.
¡and then have a joint convention of as a corruption fund and force, and to feed twice daily, and only so seeding and found that there was a
All the Leading Features that have made
•all these forces, and devise ways the popular power maintained by much at each meal as will be eaten great difference in the yield when this
journal so popular are to be retained
- .and means, making.,this matter a opinion. That between -these two before the next feeding.
plump grains were used compared the coming year and many new ones added.
unit, out of all these political ele there will be a constant warfare, Ninety per cent say it is profitable with seed that was not perfect. An Ideal Farm and Family Weekly.
if o Earm Such as Live Stock, Dairy-
ments,, and nominate men from all and the former is now beginning to to grind some or all of the grain; and The large, plump, selected grains
110 rdlIII iug, Horticulture, Poultry,
.the different free silver parties, let feel the force of the latter, and may the average cost of grinding is given yielded at the rate of three and two-
rBmUffiS. other topics, written by
Practical and Successful
“them be free silver Republicans, they* continue until real human as If cents per bushel. Ten per cent thirds bushels more per acre than Farmers, supplemented
Democrats, or .Pppulists. In tnis way liberty and human rights, gain the say grinding is not profitable.
able artists, combine to make it invalu
the small, plump seed, and six and by
for a living.”
victory would .cert ainly crown' pur crowning head.
four-flths bushels more per acre was The Latest Markets and Commercial
In this drama which al! must play
obtained than from seed that was Condensed Farm News, and in Tetters
In union there is strength, in di a part: let us show our willingness creased 21 percent thereby.
vision weakness, and if divided fail in a uniting of forces, to enact those Those who have fed wheat bran cient to pay zfor the seed and its celled. It has reliable Special Correspond
ents at the General and Local Market Cen
ure can- be the only result, either el rights, and uphold our ascendency,
selection, and insures a better yield ters all over the United States.
ement alone, can not accomplish the and carry it on-,- until, we shall see ' it aids digestion, lessens the quanti- under adverse conditions when
Short Stories, Latest Fash
fl ulllll J
ions, Fancy Work,The Good
Cook, Talks with the Doc-
it culminate the. highest honor of foods, and hastens fattening. From plump seeds are used.
If we want reform, need we care equal rights to all, and special priv
Corner and Young Folks’
15 to 25 per cent (by weight) of
Page, combine to make this department of
by whose hand it comes? Would ileges to none.
and interest as most of the
not a vote in favor of free coinage In the wilderness of free minds, I wheat bran fed with shelled or allowed to run down in flesh while Special
QUESTIONS answered on Law, Medicine,
by a Republican or Democrat be just am conscious, that dissension will
and other topics FREE.*
suckling their litters. By proper Veterinary
THE MAGAZINE FORM. Each 4ssue
.as beneficial as though it was given ' occur; and in the unlimited discuss I when bran costs no more than §8.40 and careful feeding they can be kept comes
out with a neat cover, the number of
varving from 28 to 36.
by a Populist, or vice versa?
up. Feed middlings and bran mix pages
ions that will occur in the coming
FREE SAMPLE COPY sent on request.
Why should any political party campaign in writing, in speech, in ' Linceed oil-cake meal is praised by ed, equal parts by weight, made
object to others taking from their town meeting, News papers, and in ¡those who have fed it with corn and, moist with skim milk and kitchen
platform any principles of reform Legislative bodies, angry and menac 40 feeders say they are justified in slops. Sour slop is' not a healthful
and putting it in their own? We ing language will be used, irritations ( using more or less of it at a cost not food for pigs or hogs at any age.
cannot help their doing it, and it is will arise, and be aggravating. But I exceeding §19.70 per ton, as a very
A Cyclopedia of Progress and Events—A
• generally believed that the free sil outside, and above, and beyond all
Guide to Markets, Marketing and Prices.
PRESENTED postpaid to each yearly
ver Republicans and Democrats will this is the People ,whose wants and cents per bushel. A smaller number
subscriber, new or old.
A Treasury of Statistics for Farm or Home,
adopt in their platforms this year, demands cannot be ignored by the
and Office or Factory. A Reference Work on
.ited quantities of cottonseed-meal. 8 » ■ ■
Every Subject Pertaining to Agriculture, In
The Free Coinage of Silver, the wily ways of politicians.
dustry, Commerce and Markets; Public Af
The cost of grazing in pastures
Initiative Referendum, Imperative
fairs, Economics and Politics; Household
Education, Religion and Society. Also an
averaged with that on open ranges
Mandate, ana retrenchment and re
ALMANAC of Calendars, the Weather, As
tronomical Data, Hints for Each Month,
“THE STYLISH PATTERN. . 1 ”At-
form along all lines of public expen hearts of the great Masses who are is 82 cents per month.
Dates, Etc.— Year Book alone 50 cents post
tistic. Fashionable. Original. P
Eighty per cent favor the use of
ditures in County, State and Nation
paid. NEW SUBSCRIBERS sending S1.00
J Fitting. Prices IO and. 15 cents.
prior to January 1st, 1898, receive the re
loose or barren salt, and 50 per cent 11 None higher. None better at any price.
al affairs, and it seems to me that
mainder of this year FREE!
a ORANGE JUDD COMPANY,
this platform is long enough, big be heard, and with deep common prefer rock salt for the feed lot or I • Some reliable merchant sells them in
Marquette Building, - CHICAGO, ILL-
enough and broad enough for all re sentiment and with-the conscious pasture. The principal objection I nearly every city or town. Ask for
them, or they can Be had by mail from
formers to stand on, who believe in ness calm, but quiet, sure and earn offered to rock salt are, that cattle us in either New York or Chicago.
spend to much time licking it in Stamps taken. Latest Fashion Sheet
a Government that derives its just
N ews ,
order to satisfy their wants, and that sent upon receipt of one cent to pay
powers from the. consent of the gov
O range J uud F arneb , 1.00 > $3.00
in doing so their tongues are likely
Y ear B ook
There are many good things in the I in it is the palladium of their liberty. tp be made sore.
Our price is only §1.80 for both pa
¡Omaha and St. Louis platforms of Then as brothers, as American
Using as a basis of comparison of »
persone year,each, and Year Book
the Peoples Party, but should this citizens not as politicians but for value wild prairie (blue-stem) hay at
government stand 1000 years it will principle let the coming political §5 pet ton a as forage or“roughness”
Brightest ladies’ magazine published.
A new “Gibson girl,” drawn by
never see all these principles inaug campaign be fought, and ever be on for cattle being fattened with grain, Invaluable,
for the home. Fashions of
the society arlist, C. D. Gibson, will
urated, aha one or two good things the watch, for the opposing forces, the cattlemen on the average, rate • the day, Home Literature, Household
to divide us, or side track us on other forage with it- like this: Red Hints,
make Her debut in print as the cov
accomplished at a time is
some minor questions of small' clover, at §3.80 per ton; alfalfa straw Fiction, all for only 50 cents a year, in-
er design för the February Ladies’
more than a thousand good
B eluding a free pattern, your own selec-,
Home Journal., The new “girl” is
(thrashed), §2.35; millet, §2.90; ? fion any time. Send two 2-cent stamps
the artist’s own little daughter, who
A platform embodying the above The Gold standard element, are sorghum or Kafir-corn grown in a for sample copy. Address
at one year of age, will be shown as
simple declarations could well re quite uneasy, at the present out hills, w’th the seed on, §3.00; : I
THE McCALL COMPANY,’
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party too: Wholly upon the ground forces, and their great effort will be castor in drills), §2.50; oat straw, »
189 Fjfth Avenue, Chicago.
« legend under the picture is “My
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