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THE WfclST SIDE.
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6 A Gotm I'kikihammk I.twt Sunday
Welting tho Baptist Young People'
Uulou had interesting programme,
Mid the church w crowded. Willi
Mill favored the audience with a flute
Mlo accompanied ly Miss Bessie But
ler. Mn. M. L. Dorrls sang a solo very
kweetly, Mis Cora 8uell, lelng the
WgntiUt. The cornet and violin select
ion dM t materlalie, owing to Mr.
Blake having ttkkeu lek. Miss Fanny
Miwrvj, the lady cornettlst, play
fery sweetly and It wa a disappoint
ment to the audience not to hear her.
he I one of fondly of nveltcr and
Mvfn brothers, all of whom piny onte
Instrument, making a complete baud.
Their musical talent are natural, hav
lug hud scarcely any techulooJ luatruc
, tion. ':
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I Hl.KKMSUCilKRKY TKKKH. Mr. L.
I Martin, called at Km Wwt Sipk oftlce
till week and Informed uslhnt he had
I itt cherry trees, which were bleeding
f badly, and he found a very lhtple
ot eheao remedy, winou ue uum
will prove of value to our reader. It
consist In mhttpty putting wet earth
on each of the bleeding places, and lu
nearly every ca-w the cure was eftl-clu-al
the tlrttt time, but a second appll
Uou had to be made In oue or two ease.
The reiueily Id certainty worth trying,
a-t it cost noihlng.
Oi Ftauws Wim. Ck..kiikatr.-
The Odd Fellowt of Salem are going to
have a grand cvlcbratlou April 20,
Public exercise will l held lu Marlon
K.n.Rm pomiiH'iu'lnif at 2 V. M. After
the programme their beautiful hall and
tnagulflcvnt library pwiiii will Deepen
ed to visiting brethren, and a grand
(tall at the opera house In the evening
Swill be given to Odd Fellowa only.
The lodge of IndcpeiMleiice will very
probably attend In a body.
I Firmut Ykabs Auo.-J. B. Wood
ford, of Salem, waa greeting old friend
here on Mou.lay. Iu 1879 he first
Came to Independence aud resided here
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levcrm year uitjreaitcr. no
Hi Inquiries for umuy person who
Uv mui to their, flual reward. He
fouud himself almost among stranger,
Thus does only a few year change the
Haine of the business men of a town
I . .
I Mr. Sarah Unruh, lectured to I
Viie audience at the BaptUt church
Vt Sunday even lug. on the subject of
ioiiwrance. Bheaald 11,200,000 waa
ttoutforliouuraluthe United Htatea
uuually, aud one cause of the bard
)nea wa that foreign syndicate own
ur breweries and diatlllerlea. Bhe
laile a gimd point there.
k : , '
I Mexars. Preacott aud Venea hare the
lie contract for supplying the 8. P. R
L with 10,000 railroad Ilea, which they
re delivering near the depot. They
ire thus enabled to keep quite a nuin
Wr of men employeil iu the saw mill,
Jthough they took the contract at
rery close figures,
I Jtev. I. B. Flshur, of Salem, will
'mnu'h In the Evauaelical clmrch at
iNMUouth. on Tuesday and Welue
lay venlng at 7iM) o'ulock. There
m t communion acrvloe after
bnachlhir on Wednesday evening.
.. 8. Copley, stor. .
I 'La uturduy evening there waa
lancing iwrty at the ojwra house, glv-
)n by tlie Iub, which was a very en
ovnl.le alluir. ami another at the
jVhiteaker hall, which was largely at-
Vmli'il i. it a vnouiref veneration of
"J ti UP "
From Boii-k Crrck.
Editor Wot Sidk: It Is generally
uderstood, I supHwe, that Ks:k Creek
democratic, but for various reasons
Jur delegutes were not at the conven
lion Saturday. We are In favor of
jokes, but that ticket is carrylug the
loktf too far. Gold bus on free-coinage
I there is a fellow at A I rile going
to pull the populists out lajfore June; so
Itock Oeek will null the democratic
Jlcket out, so they can elect the repub
lican ticket by acclamation.
J Jf the people think there Is no scnti
tinnt on Hock Creek, wuit for the re-
ftturna after the first Monday In June.
You will find us In It with both feet.
1 tit. T. B. W llluins would Have re
"celyiedthe nomination for coroner on
the doKws'Mlc ticket, but for the fact
that all itbeiUraln would have been at
Ihe tall eud of itue ticket.
for any trae xif antlpyrcne, morphine,
chloral or any other injurious com
'pound In Krause's headache capsules.
2.5 cts., at Alexander-tJooper Drug Co.
Oak Wood for Sale.
Four foot oak wood for sale. En-
lutre of J. F. O'Donneli, or leave or-
Uera with Chas. Btaats.
1 Wanted. Cedar or good red fir
ton Doles. Address, H. A. uioaieuer,
I am 22 years of age, 5 feet 10 Inches,
weigh 160 lbs,, light complectloD, hazel
eves, dark hair, considered good-iook-
lnw Woman must be flonest and
.mean business. Address,
Parkers, Oreg a
LOCAL AM) PKUSONAL.
Horn bill printed at thU olll'p,
Plenty of sugar at J. P. Irvine.
The sprlugilnie ha come, gentle
Mis Dor CiHHr returned to sehtsd
at Eugene last Monday.
Seven-hook kid gloves at Vanduyn's,
n all les, for $1.25 p f pair.
Law! liH!l Two-toiunl lace and In-
Mrtlngeau le Annul at vanduyu'a.
I). J, Cooper, of The Dalle, spent
Sunday with hi brother. J. H Cooper,
Gent' summer uudetwiar at the
Racket; ftir price and quality we are
O. A. Kramer, tho Jeweler, make a
leclalty of titling eye with gliuwe
25 caws inure of One eauneil corn at
J. P, Irvine. Every can uuarauUtM)
to be No. 1.
Four big penrl button Suede kid
giove at VaiHluyn' ror l.uo ine
The steanter Alton 1 doing a good
bulncs this mouth, both In freight
I you waut a nice flue summer shirt
the Itacket can Ax you up better than
auy one else.
You should hear Mr. W. llabbtk's
Instrumental olo at the Prebyterlan
church next Tueduy evening.
Why buy spectacle of a trausleul
petldler, when you can get U'Uer
glaxsc at a lower price of O. A. K Turn
er, the Jeweler? "
Illngr Hormau waa nominated by
nivlamatlon at Salem last Monday,
amidst great enthusiasm, for congn-ss
by the republican.
You will find wane beautiful wall
paper at Burg's furniture store for only
10, 13 and -"0 rent a roll. Better qual
ities at higher prices.
Crepe-cloth outing flaunels, alms-
cloth ginghams, aepeullne crepes Just
the thing for ladle and chlldreu waist
and dresses at Vanduyn's.
Just received at J. P. Irvine Cash
Grocery, another Iwrrcl of that line
rock candy svrun, which we are re
tailing At bard time prlws.
Oh ay 1 are yon troubled with the
blue these hard ttme? If you are, get
a package of thut Big 4 coiToc at J. P.
Irvine aud you will he all right
Mrs. Fischer, of Helena, Montana, I
visiting her mother, Mrs. Nancy OoflT.
She fluds many changes In Indepen
dence since her former visit here.
Now that the warm weather I com
ing on y,u will want to drop in at
Pink Patersons aud sample some of
the nice fresh tropical frnlt he keep
Peter Cook aud F. A. Dooly were
recently elected by Valley Lodge No.
M. I. O. O. F. a dclegnte to attend the
Grand Lodge, which meet at Pendle
ton, May 10.
The ladies should go to 3. M. Van
duyn's aud examine tho beautiful lines
of latest style of dress goods, to I
found there. They will open eveu the
"hard time" pocket Usik.
Last Friday the entertainment at the
Chrlttlan church, given by the Junior
Endeavor, was a grand success. Each
little one did their very best, and the
audience was more than pleased.
Mr. S. B, Irvine and family Intend
moving out nu the farm oppistlte Inde
pendence, next week, where they will
stay this year. J.J. Harklns 1ms rent
ed Mr. Irvine's house, on 3rd street.
Mrs. L. B. Eaton, daughter of J. R,
Cooper, was here the first of the week,
visiting her parents. She la still as
chnrmlnz and pretty as wheu she was
Mis Llllau Cooper, a few years ago
Boy Whltaker, the twelve-year-old
son of Geo. Whltaker, broke both
bones of Ins legs at Urn ankle w hile
IuiudIiil'. oue diiy this week. The
bones have been set and he Is - getting
along nioely. .
Prof. Kebring and class will give a
public recital In the near future, prob
ably, about the 23th of this month
The last recital given was greatly en
Joyed by tho' present, and no doubt a
treat Is In store for those who altenu
"Six day shalt thou lalr," says the
rreat lawgiver. To do good work, man
noiKt lie at his best. This condition Is
attained by the use of Ayer's Sarsaps
rilla. It overcomes that tired feeling
quickens the appetite, Improves diges
tion, aud makes the weak strong.
A. Wynkoop, the popular aud gentle
manly purser of the steamer Altoita
was taken sick on the up trip Tuessdy
and was uuable to attend to his duties,
Captain Graham, Just able to be out
ftor bis late Illness carno up on the
same boat and had to take his place.
A gentleman from near Salt Creek,
In Polk county, remarked that utile
the roads get better soon, some of the
political aspirant's will have a bard
time ffcttlnir un tho creek, and of
course some of them must go.
Mrs. Clarke and her daughter Miss
Minnie, from Tacoma are spending
several weeks with her brother, II
Best' and bis hospitable family, on the
farm near Monmouth. Mr. J. H,
Nathan, of Tacoma, Is also visiting
The confidence that people have In
Aver's Sarsaparilla as a blood medicine
Is the legitimate and natural growth of
many years. It has been handed down
from parent to child, aud Is the favorite
family medicine In thousands of houee-
Last Saturday thirty-two little tots
gathered at the home of the el I tor of
this paper, having been Invited to cele
brate the 6tL birthday of Anna Roberta
Pentland. The day was bright aud
warm and Ihey played on the lawn,
and Photographer Craven was called
and took a picture of the group of hap
py little ones,
There will be the usual Saturday-night
dance at the opera house. This I the
pud of the school term, aud this party
will 1st given for the special benefit of
the student who lake a delight lu
tripping the tight -fuutasllo, as well a
the member of the club.
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HI ate of Oregon,
County of Polk.
I. B. F. Mulkev. county clerk of Polk
oouuty, and vx-oltlcto citrk of the cl
cult txiurt In and for situl county and
jitate, do heteby certify that the forego
ing transcript or seiietiuie oi expciim-
ture for the April term, lKttl, lias
been bv me eoniimred with the orlg-
Inu. and thut It f a true and convct
copy of said original st-licdulo and of
Hie whole lliereoi, as me sittue apis-nn
on itHMird In my olllce ana my custony
baud aud the seal or the
county ctmrl tltl
Sth day of April,
A. D. JM.
B. F, Mt l KKY,
Wo authorize our advertised druggist
to sell Dr. Kluir's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs, and Colds, up
on this condition. If you are afflicted
with a Cough, Cold or any Lung
Throat or Chest trouble, and will use
this remedy as directed, giving It a fitl
trial, and experience no lament, you
may return the bottle and have your
monev refunded. We could not make
this oiler did we not know hut Dr
King's New Discovery could bo relied
on. it ii"veruisttppoiui. j run notnes
free at any Drug Htore . Large si ix fttta
HODO FX Friday, April Oth, on the
Iitdcpendi'itco fruit farm, to the wife
of Mr, I), A. Hodges, a girl.
HART. Thursday, April IUIi, to lite
w ife of Kara Hurt, a girl,
TUPPKR.-8atiird.iy, April 7th, 181)4
to the wife of Andy Tupper, our city
(uiarshul, a daughter.
BO HAN N A N. Hu ndity, April 8tb
18U-1, to the wife of John Bohnunitn
a boy. '
LINFX Lust week, to (he wife of
Will Lines, a son. For further pur
ticuhirs see suittll bills.
LUC AH. At Portland. Thursday
April 6th, 1894, Fred Lucas.
GWINN-At Dallas, Tuesday, April
10th. K. P. Gwlnn, after a short l
tuck of muscular rheumatism.
Mr. Gwlnn was in Dallas at the re
publican convention on Saturday and
In his usual heiilth aud spirits. He
rau tor representative two yeurs ago
He leaves a wife and three children.
Elder 8. B. Beuve.of McAlllstervlllo,
Junlutta Co., Pu., says his wife
sublect to cramp In tho stomach, Lnsl
summer she tried Chambi rhtln's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for It,
und was much pleased with the speedy
relief It aflbrded. , She has since used it
whenever necessary and found that
never falls. For sale by all deulers.
'. There 1e no place In Oregon where
better meal Is served than at the res
taurant of Westnoott Irwin, 271 Com
mercial street, Balom. Meals 2"t cts
Mrs. Wm, Mattlson, from Roseburg,
18 visiting her slsier Mrs. Joe Hubbard,
DOWN IN GUATEMALA.
WHAT OUR CORRESPONDENT HAS
TO HAY OF THE COUNTRY.
What (J i own There mfll Hew to (J row
It.-Maklug Itiiral Life Almost
Meal Kama Fart.
Editor Wkbt BtpK! Hie Idea of a
settlement are all right. It I such as
hail planned. , A similar plan was
tillered by the governor of Georgia and
Nebraska about a year ago. It 1 the
only proper way to establish any kind
of a colony,
Man Is a gregnrlou animal; lie has
social nitture thut demand companion
ship. He get hi greatest strength
from concentration of energy ana Is
stimulated by a spirit of emulation.
I'.'vi'ti the farmer demand and get
little of thl not so much he need
It t upon hi wife aud family that the
hardship of Isolation fall heaviest.
It I better to hvo tho house all to
gether la the center, with farm around.
What I the use of forty well when
one will furulsh water enough (forty
wells costing fl00ich Il00; thus
11kK I saved). One warehouse I
chcaHr than forty; aud a saving
could Ik mad In In many other thing.
A park could be established lu the cen
ter. If any accident happen, the black
smith, veterinary surgeon aud the doo
tor are near at hsud. At night, even
If too tired for social pleasure, there are
frleudly greeting and tho news of the
titty lu the mail. ,
Water Is plentiful In Guatemala, and
stream may be fouud that will furnish
water power for providing electric
lights; making the cost atsut a cheap
us randies, aud running the necessary
machinery. There are a thousand ad
vantages to be gained, aud In this way,
farm-life can be made a enjoyable as
life In the city, and certainly more in-
Guatemala has a great future, ana Is
under a tropical sky whose climate and
soil so completely supplement thtsto of
the United Ktate a to produce to
utiuinl.iiice nearly everything to sustain
the greatest population lu the highest
Would you believe It, that our tin-
jMirts of cotlVsj aud sugar far exceed our
export of wheat, Hour and all other
cereals, livestock, fruits, etc? If asked
(ho relative value of the couee we
drink, and the wheat wo export from
the United states each year, It la prob
able that the average cltlxeu would say
our wheat export are ten times th
value of our ooflee Import.
I give you the cost aud profit In lu-
1 la-rubber, cacao, etc. A previously
staled, cacao come Into bearing lu
seven year aud like the eoHeo livery
profitable, aud about thaiue number
of tnv are et to the acre a ounce.
You can get a small crop at the end of
thefiait year, and the life of a cacao
tree Is about 100 years; It height I
about 15 feet, aud la clear of brsucbe
for about 0 feet from the ground.
It Is estimated that the total cost of
the purchase and preparation of the
land, purchasing aud - planting of the
seed-ts-an aud caring for the plant un
til muturlty, or until It has reached i
safe stage, will not exceed :t00 (sliver)
iht J 000 trees. An average of 1000
tree are planted to the creadra (about
1 ) acres).
INDIA 111' HII KK.
India rubber grow wild in all tho
coast valleys. The government oflcr
a bounty on this very desirable tree.
The Custllloa rubber tree 1 fit to be
Uppi d for caoutchouc, or the gummy
siiUttince produced by IU milk, when
about seven to leu year old, durlug
the mouth of October, November,
Ih-itiiiIkt aud January, A full-grown
tree should yield about eight gallou of
milk wheu first tapped, which 1 equiv
alent to 10 pounds of rubber, worth
from 10 to 11 1. (Au ordinary pulr of
rubttcr boot uoulain scarcely a spoon
full of pure gum; the rest being sul
phur, coalUtr aud other matters.) The
trees should be planted or net at least
40 fti t apart. The rubber tree is iito-
cessfully irrowu in the lowland of
most all plantations; the part not
adapted for growing ooflee. Every
plantation has various altitudes so that
everything can be grown aud every
foot of laud used.
The exportation of guttapercha in
1801 was 400,000 pounds, only, from
the whole state of Guatemala, While
the tree grows wild In abundance, this
Is a branch of iudustry much neglected,
and It appears to be a country singu
larly adapted to the growth of the rub-
tier true, which grow quickly aud
well. With sonic systematic plan of
planting young trees, and by not tap
ping the trees until they have attained
a sufllcleut growth, this should become
one of the most Important rubber dis
tricts In America. But the native
don't seemo to think of the future
only the present therefore, many trees
are killed by tapping.
I might say the same of sugnr; they
do not get the results they should out
of their sugar cane. It Is the very best
soli In the world for growing sugar
cane. They simply dig a trench and
throw In the cane and In eleven (11)
month.lt Is ready for cutting. They
let the grass and weeds grow and do
not thin It out at all, and yet It last
from 20 to 80 years. Then, when they
run It through the mill they lose about
a quarter in not properly grinding It
A FEW WINTERS.
There is no such country on the face
of the globe, for yon can raise every
thing. Even corn grows 17 feet high,
and mature In 90 days, with three
ears to the stalk with icarcely apvat-
tentlon, There is not a plow In tho
country, If the American runner,
with some Capital, Would go there aim
display the asm amount of energy and
push a In hi own country he count
get ten time the results.
An Englishman, however, once said:
"The American people wouldn't ho sat
isfied In Heaven unless It was further
west." But there are so many Lngllsh-
meii and foreigner coming w uur
oouutry It I necessary to go further
away, I have not sought to offer any
untruthful panegyric. The time lis
oorne for European and American cities
to overflow the world, aud when Immi
gration ha become a necessity, preju
dice should be dissipated.
It I but fulfilling a duty to make
known, lu all Justice, a oouutry so wor
thy of attention a Guatemala offers
for persons who may seriously consider
the matter of seeking a new home for
themselves. But It I no plsee for a
poor man-that Is, aloue, with lea than
from lilOOO to 16000, or with lea than
11000 to $3000 In a colony, on account
of the pecullarltle of the country and
uot belug able to pcak the language,
aud on accent uf tho low wage paid
to Ui laborer, three reale (37) cent)
per daV, Anyone with less lhau thai
should stay at home, where he I known
and cau ieak the language, until he
on save that much; or get a friend to
help hliu. It 1 better, however, to
help yourself. :
It was Washington who said, "Agri
culture I the most healthful, most use
ful and most noble employment of
uian." And the sooner we get In it
A plow are uot used there, about all
anyoue need to start with I a tent and
a few houshold good, and amall agri
cultural luiplemeuU,ut:h a anas,
spade, hoe, etc.; a few need, plenty of
Hour and bacon uutll he get a log
house built and garden made. Then
it would bi a good Idea . to have some
chicken and a cow. Anyone family
starting In thl way ought to live for
about 1200 a year, a they can grow
enough, with what fruit are already
there to keep them nicely.
"Ready made" galvaulmed-lron house
would be mora economical than tents
to take along, and about a cheap.
They could be carried lu sections on
the back of mule. W. C.
Uiirkleus Arnica Halve.
The best ratve lu the world for cuts,
bruises, tores, ulcer, salt rheum, fever
ore, tetter, chapped bauds, chilblains,
ooru, and all skin eruption, aud posi
tively cure pile or no py required.
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The Oregon Conference of the In
dependent Evangelical church met lu
annual session, at La Fayette, April
0th. Bishop C. B. Hamau opeued( the
mnsIou by rtadlug a scripture lesson,auti
prayer. The Bishop theu delivered an
abl aud practical address to the con
ference. After the address conference
proceeded to It regular business. The
spirit of harmony prevailed throughout.
There was preaching service each even
ing. The Bishop preached Babbath
morutng and eveulug, to a crowded
house, the church being the largest in
town. Both sermon were character-
Ixod by unction aud power, belug de
livered In tlie moat practical manner,
It reached the heart of the bearer and
will be iong remembered by them,
The conference stationed tho preachers
a follows, for the coming year:
Presiding elders, C. C, Poling and
J. Bowersox. La Fayette, II. L. Pratt,
Dayton, C. D. Farnsworth; Hlllsboro,
V. J. Btrayer; East Portland, T. L
Weaver; Lewlsvllle, G. J. Coleman;
Bueiia Vista and Corvallls, M. J. Bal
lantyne; King Valley, T. A. Yost;
Big Elk, A. 0. Turlson; Waterloo and
Brownsville, U. N Plowman; Sweet
Home, E. E, McVlcker;Ban Francisco,
Chas. Kaufman; Wlllmington, J.
My wife was confined to ber bed for
over two mouths with a very severe at
tack of rheumatism. We could get
nothing that would afford Her any
relief, and as a fust resort gave Cham
berlain' Pain Balm a trial.. To our
great surprise she began to Improve
alter the first application, and by using
it regularly she wa soon able to get up
aud attend to her bouse work. E. 11
Johnson, of C. J. Knutson & Co.,
KetisltiRton, Minn. 60 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers.
The Presbyterian Y. P. 8. C. E, will
give an entertainment on Tuesday,
April 17th at the Calvary Presbyter-
Ian church. Bpeolal care has beui
taken to make the programme pleas
Ing aud Interesting. AH are invited
Admission 10 cents.
Selection .Cressey Orchestra
Owning Exercise Zoa Stockton
Vocal Bolo , . .Katie Ketchum
Dialogue ...Beven Girls
Cornet Duet.., Mis Meserve & W, Hill
Recitation...... ......Miss Mary Collins
; Mrs. E. Clodfelter, Miss K. Wheeler
Recitation......:. . . .Tommy Townsend
Mr. Z. Richardson Miss R. Richardson
Reading Miss Addle Fuller
Cornet Duot. . . . . ,.W Hill & R Henkle
Recitation & Solo. . , Ethel Smith
Instrumental Solo.,.. Mrs. W, Babbit
Recitation Mis. Nelras
Bond Three Girls
Recitation.... Mary Clodfelter
Selection Cressy Orchestra
Krause's headache capsules are more
nleasant and convenient to take than
powders, wafers, elixir, etc,
BOTH BKPUBUCAIIM AND DEMO
CRAT NAME A STROM TICKET.
A Complete Account of His Two Con-
ventluus-The Itepiildltans Have
a Ticket to Wlr.
The repupllcan county convention
held at Dulla Friday wa called to
order by Chairman Morau who with a
few opening remarks asked tho pleas
ure of the convention. On motion W.
P. Connoway of Independence, wa
nominated for temporary chairman,
also C. W. Bmlth of Dallas, but they
each declined the! oinlnatlou. J. If.
Parry of Bridgeport, wa then placed
In nomination and was unanlrnoualy
elected chairman by acclamation. Mr.
Parry In accepting the chairmanship
said that he claimed no especial honor
In being called to preside but In being
a representative of Bridgeport precinct
the banner republican precinct of the
county he deemed the honor due bit
precinct. W, P. Connoway wa then
nominated aud elected temporary sexy
retary aud D. P. Btouffer of Dallas,
was elected assistant secretary.
It was next moved to appoint a com-
ii It eeof five on credentials, which was
carried after su amendment had been
made that the committee be composed
of one delegate from each precinct, and
the following were appointed on com
mittee: Bam'l Phillips, A Yojum, H
C McTlmmouds, J II Moran, C G Coad,
I T Mason, K D Cooper, J I) Irvine, J
it Cooper, F K Hubbard, 8 W Dough
ty, W L Wolls, II V Flannery, u v
Wells, W T Pearoe, B W Fletcher, 11
C Fox, O A Wolverton, J Btouflbr.
A motion wa made and carried that
a committee of five be appointed on
order of business; committee a follow:
H D Gibson. I) L Kcyt. G W Mc
Laughlin, F Bowers, U R Patterson.
It wa moved and carried that com
mittee of five be appointed on reeolu.
lions: a follows. L N Woods, II B
Thellseu, M A Baker, J N Hart, 8 W
A motion wa theu made and carried
that a committee of five be appointed
to apportion geographically the
delegutes to tho state convention; the
following wa the committee: 0 W
Bmlth. W 11 Patterson. J Btouffer, J
W Allen, A J Bagley.
This being all the bualness which
could be attended to In the forenoon,
the motion to adjourn till 1 p. in. was
put aud carried.
Promptly at one o'clock p. m. the
convention waa called to order by
The report of committee on creden.
tlala was read and after the amend
meiit that any delegate being absent
from the convention tho delegate from
that precinct should be Instructed to
cast his ballot, wa approved.
The committee on order of business
made report and was moved and car
ried to accept.
Rctsirt of committee on resolutions"
was read and unanimously adopted, as
was also the report of committee on ap
porllonineut to state convention.
The seating of delegates aco.ir.llog to
precincts wa next ordered, which wa
accomplished after short delay and
confuslou occasioned by the crowded
condition of the house.
Two stalwarts of the populist party,
Dr. Einbree aud J. K. Bears, being
present, were Invited to occupy Beats
within the bar.
Tho delegates to the state and con
gressional conventions were elected ac
cording to dlstrlcta.
Delegate to the stats convention are
I T Yocum, W L Wells, N Holman, J
H Morau, W N Putnam, W P Conno
Delegate to the congressional con
ventlon are, A J Bagley, W E Conner,
O W McLaughlin, T F Clark, E S Cat-
tron, J B Cooper, I T Mason. .
H. R. Patterson, Wm. Savage, H. B.
Thellseu and W. Connor were appoint
ed tellers for the convention.
Nonilnatlous for representative was
next ou order of business, and informal
ballot was cost as follows: I B Bmlth
70. E T Hatch 85. I) L Key 1 62. A W
Teats 13, L Abranis 16, J A Veness 17, J
11 Hawley 17, scattering 8.
The number of votes uecessary to
elect was 5(1, and I. 8. Smith receiving
above that amount, was unanimously
nominated by the convention.
After the first bullot E T Hatch and
J A Veness withdrew their names. It
was then moved that D. L. Keyt be de
clared the other nominee for represent
ative, which was done unanimously.
I. 8. Bmlth and D. h. Keyt were
theu called for and responded with en
thusiastic speeches. .
The convention cast Informal ballot
for sheriff as follows; J E Hubbard
G W McBce 1, H B Plummer 17, H C
McTlmmouds 10, T A Farley 15, J Al
len 8, T W Wann 19, Teter Cook 21, G
O Graves 11, blank 2. Second ballot
Plummer 19, Allen 6, Waun 20, Farley
10, Hubbard 8, McTlmmonds 18, Cook
32' Third ballot-Oook 82, Wanu
28, McTlmmonds 20, Farley 7, Plum.
mer 20, Allen 5. Fourth ballot Cook
80. Wann 23, McTlmmonds 20, Allen
1, Plummer 20. Fifth ballot-Cook 44,
Wann 15, MoTimmonds 22, Plummer
80. Sixth ballot-Cook 44, Wann 12,
MoTimmonds 22, Plummer 88.
Wann's name was withdrawn after
the sixth ballot,
Seventh ballot Cook 47, Plummer
45, McTlmmouds 19.
McTlmmond's name waa withdrawn
after the seventh ballot.
Eighth ballot Cook 49, Plummer 62.
Mr. Plummer recelvlug the required
number of votes was declared the nom-
lnee for sheriff.
B. F. Mulkey was by acclamation
unanimously declared the nominee tot
The convention next cast Informal
ballot for county commissioner as fol
lows: First ballot James Helmlck 62,
8 Phillip B, B II Tetberow 9, H C
Fox 8. 8 W Fletcher 4, A Holman 28,
Fletcher, Tetberow and Van Mann
withdrew after the first ballot.
Second ballot Helmlck 76, Phillip
, Holman 28, Mr. Helmlck' nomhi'
atlon was made unanlraou.
Rule were suspended sod H. B. Coe-
per was nominated by acclamation for
Ballot were next cost for county
school superintendent, a follows: T
0 Hutchinson 66, T C Bell 7, J N Hart
25, J W McCulloch 21. On motion
Mr. Hutchinson waa declared unani
mously nominated for superintendent
For coroner Dr. E. L. Ketchum waa
nominated by acclamation.
County committeemen were elected
i follows: R 8 Conner, 8 Phillips, W
T Pcarce, W E Clark, H Coad, J D Ir
vine, J A Venose, 8 W Doughty, J E
Bond, C P Wells, H C McTImmond.
V K Hubbard, L N Wood, Wm Hav-
age. a W neiouer, r & i oner, w u
luuer, u A woiverton.
Following are ine nomination ror
ustlce and constable In the several
districts: District No. 1, It 8 Connor
J P, Jo Yokum Con.: No. 2. P F Clark
J P, A R South wick Con.; No, 8, C W
8'nltb i P, Curt liubbard unn.i no. t,
W 8 Frluk J V, Wm Houtnweii uon.;
No. 6, J D Irvine J P, J H Moran Con.
All the business belug transacted the
Democratic County CoarentloD.
The convention was called to order
by Chairman L. C. Parker at 10 a. m.
last Saturday, who made a few re
marks conoemluir the successes of the
democratic party aud the bright proa- j
pecu for the coming elections. He
said antoug other things that "the peo
ple bad given tlie popunsu a gooa
wasiiing ana aia me repuuncan use-
wise." The people will put the demo
crats In the wash next Juue and forget
to take them out.
M. M. Ellis wa chosen temporary
chairman, and be made a short talk on
ine prosperity of the democratic party
aud the honor done him In being ten
dered the omoe or cuairman. J. i.
Ford of Independence wa elected tem-
orary secretary and sew niggs oi
trowiey, assistant secretary.
A motion was maae mat a commit
tee of five be appoiuted on order of
business. There waa no second.
it was then moved aud carried that
committee on credentials composed
of one delegate from each precinct be
appointed. Committee wa a follow:
V U r razer, rrot. raraer, so. jones, ju
Harris. T W Brunk. W H Kuyken-
dall, T J Lee, M Merwin, J H Alexan
der, J J iilggln, J B V Butler, N Pra
ttler, John Jones, u u etaats, wm
' ...... . m ft s .
Burns, a Morrison, .turner,
Motion for committee or live on or
der of business, carried and appointed
a follows: D W Bears, Mark Burcb,
J H Townsend, J J Russell, 1 M Simp
It was moved and carried that com
mittee of five be appoluted on resolu
tion. Committee wa as follows: J r
Groves. Bent Hayden, J B V Butler. A
J Goodman, Cyrua Purvlne.
Motion was tnen inaue to aojoura
until 1 p. m.
The convention wa called to order
at 1 p. ni. by Chairman Ellis.
iue committee on creaeuuata maue
report aud found 108 delegates present I
Report was accepted. . '
Uomtnittee ou oraer oi ousineas maue
their report and waa accepted.
The committee on resolution made
report aud wa adopted with a hurrah.
N. F. Gregg, M M Portertleld, R M
Turner, W U Neaiullh were appointed
First on order of busiuee was elect-
lug delegates to state convention.
Those nominated and the yote received
are as follows; those selected to attend
are marked with star: M E Sibley 72,
A J Goodman 89, () F Belt 60, J ML
Davis 28, R R Turner 60, B Hayden
42, J 11 Townsend 68. C P Jordan 49,
1 M Simpson 86, J u. Alexander an,
Wilson Putman 42. F A Wester 72, T
J Lee 66, scattering 17, blank 1.
The nomination lor represenauves
was next in order: ueniamin nay-
den wa named but after telllug a hum
orous anecdote, decliued. D. W. Bears -
with a ueat little speech nominated if .
A. Wester, and J. H. Townsend with a
few words nominated J. O. Stoats,
there tieiim no other nominations these
geutlemeu were nominated by accla
Then came the nominations ror suer-
IfTwbich were a follows: M F White,
W W William, J M Prather, J B Belt.
First ballot White 17, Williams 81, .
Prather 27, Belt 82. No election; No.
votes necessary for election 54. Sec
ond ballot White 17, Belt 29, Prather
87, Williams 24. No election. White
withdraws. Ttnrd oaiiotr-rratner 4a
Belt 80, Williams 83. Fourth bal.ot
Belt 27, Williams av, rratner w. jieii a
name withdrawn. Fifth ballot Wil
liams 42, Prather 64 and was declared
the nominee for sheriff.
For commissioner 1 M blmpson and
G W McDowell were probosed, Mc
Dowell declined and Simpson waa
W. B, Craven of Dallas, was nomin
ated by acclamation for county clerk.
w. J. AiuiKey or xvionmoutn, waa
nominated for assessor by acclamation.
W. I. Reynolds of Dallas, waa nom
inated by acclamation for county school
For county treasurer E. Hayter and
W. E Goodell were proposed for nom
ination. First - ballot Hayter 63,
Goodell 68. Second ballot-Hayter 58;
Goodell 63. Third ballot-Hayter 60.
Goodell 57. Goodell was declared the
nomluee for treasurer.
J. P. Mugruder of Dallas, waa nom
inated county surveyor by acclamation.
J. R Bites of Dallas, was nominated
by acclamation for coroner.
The Just'ccsand constables for the
districts are as follows: Dlst. No. 1,
Mao Byron J P, Wm Andrews consta
ble; No. 2, Wilson Putman J P, J F
Shatter Cons; No. 8, J B Nunu, J P,
J C Wagouer, Con.; No. 4, G W Griggs
J P, Wm Garren Con.; No. 5, H M
Lines J P, J E Klrklund Con.
It was moved the convention ratify
the nomination for preolnot officers;
The members of the central commit
tee are as follows: PLFrazer, N F
Gregg, Aaron Tillery, J E Miller, Jos
Craven, N Prather, Jno James, J R
Harris, T W Brunk, B F Buroh, J H
Alexander, Geo A Bmlth, D Burns, E
Hayter, H L Fen ton, Cass Riggs, H D
D. W. Sears, H. L. Fenton and Wil
son Putnam were nominated as chair
men ot Ue county central committee.
Bears was elected.
All the business to come before the
convention having been transacted the,