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Bellomi) & Buscli,
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE
Said a critical tramp:
"I would say,
Crusts of bread often come
in my way,
But they're tough now no
Where the ventilated oven
Gives the air in the oven
Our STOVES and STEEL
RANGES do exactly what
Six-hole warranted STEEL '
RANGE for $30. ',
WEEK OF CONVENTIONS
THE WINNING TICKET NOMINATED BY THE POPULISTS
SILVER REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS
In SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS at
the" PIONEER STORE of
CHARMAN & S0N
A full line of
Boots and Shoes,
Dr. A. A. Barr
Scientific Optician, formerly
of Minneapolis, has charge of
the Optical Department for
A. N. WRIGHT, the Iowa
Jeweler, 293 Morrison St.,
Have Your K.yos Examined ,
:' Consul tai ion Free
The Geimama Market.
The Oregon City Ring Nam?d the Entire Republican Ticket
witn une Exception, the Coroner
THE DIFFERENT COUNTY TICKETS
One Stands for Liberty and Freedom from
Oppression for the Masses while the
Other for Class Legislation and
the Gold Standard
Is the cheapest place in the city
to buy t t t t t
FIRST-CLASS FRESH MEATS .
Seventh Street, Near Depot, Oregon City.
F. J. Ostkuiiou'z, Props. t t t
180 FRONT ST.
I OIL CLOTHS, LINOLEUM, SHADES 1
J. G. MACK & CO.
88 Third Street - Portland, Oregon
NOT ONE BUSINESS MAN
In thirty-three leaves his family anywhere
enough money to continue the comforts he
has educated them to need and expect.
This suggests immediate action on his part
in the direction of life insurance.
INSURANCE IN A GOOD COMPANY
THERE ARE NONE BETTER THAN
THE MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of Springfield, Massachuselts.
H. C. COLTON, Manager
Rooms, 312-313 Chamber of Commerce.
If vou are in favor of lihoi-tir onr) (-no-
don! from the ouDression nf tliu roiih.
lioan party, which its Wall street ad-
visors desire to fasten Unon vnn. vnn
will not hesitate to voto ATI -Tnnu Hfti f.Aw
the union tieket nominated on Tuesday,
which maims lor retorm in national and
state as well as in county affairs.
Now that a complete and satisfactory
as well as a harmonious union of forceB
has been consumated let evervone who
believes in the reforms laid do'wn in our
platform, put his shoulder to the wheel
and help elect the entire union ticket.
We have put up as clean a ticket as was
ever nominated in this or any other
county and voters can have no fear but
that when elected the officials will eive
a good economical adminiatrutmn nf
The union legislative candidates com
pare very favorably with the republican
and if elected will go to Salem next
winter and vote for a silver man for U.
S. senator instead of a gold standard
man, which the republicans are pledged
to support. They will also work for all
the reform measures Unit, tlm iir,u
In nominating the union candidates
there was not that strife, which predom
inated in the republican convention, nor
was the ticket a cut-and-dried affair as
was the republican, which was named
by the Oregon City political ring.
ine repuoucan e. invention was con -tioiiei
by lirownell until he was nomin
ated for senator, when he immediately
left, and turned everything over to li s
well-drilled lieutenants, who succeeded
111 having the entire slate, with
ception, nominated. The chairman.
secretary, ordorof hnsi llPXfi 11 Tit 1 Itl.ltf'.iftt.
committees were Browned ring men and
they, with the assistance of the Ryan
push, after a secret combine, carried
Of the candidates fnr
there is connideralile objection by the
COlinrrV IKJOll H t.O T K Itvm. lw..uneu 1..,
is a money loaner and because they
claim he was instrumental in getting the
00 per cent divy of the road fund for the
( ity. W W Myers is a farmer and is in
favor of cutting down the rate of taxatii n
in this county.
Slack Kamsby is opposed by many
for sheriff because he has held a' county
office two terms ami is now holding
down a government job in Portland,
aiuiougn uving in Oregon City. J J
Cooke, the other candidiito for sheriff,
is well and favorably known, being a
native of Damascus precinct, is not
an office-seeker and will no doubt be
Win J Currin. for enmm Uainnoi- i a
strong man and is known for his honesty l
mm iiiiegiuy, anu ne ami Jude Myers
. . lower tne taxes instead of
raising them as has been done by evi-ry
republican county court since Judge
The re-nomination of t.h tii-naimf nnnn
ty clerk .recorder, assessor, treasurer and
BupennienoeiH is a merited compli
ment to them and as not. n umrd .m, i,u
said against the manner of conducting
uie uiiiereni onices tliey will be re
turned. The viilnnt ;irv rujliiolinn J..
salaries made by them has saved the
count, y over iz,ouu in tne past two years,
while the retmblh
run the county several times thatamount
deeper in debt.
As near as we can find out the only
part of the republican ring slate that
was broken Was tlm t.iii-nino 1,iuti ,.f
Dr. Summer, democrat, t'i r coroner.
The renublieans tii.it.
down by the convention can now mih tlm
came of their defeat althntn?h
were the stronger eniiiii.i.nuu iiutv.ru
They did not ' stand in" with the ring
anu were t-noved aside for men that
could be "used".
The delegates to the republican state
convention are Urownell men and are
favorable to L. L Porter for joint sen
ator. The order of business report was
type-written and gotten up before hand
and in Rrownell's office, he knowimr
well that if he was not nominated first
lie would not be at all. The platform
was furnished tvne.writmi in tl.u ....,..
L - -.a n.u mime
manner and was nearly a counterpart of
Rrownell's speech before the conven
tion, and was madn mi.i-i.1w t, .t ..t.,
and not to be lived up to.
Gribble, J. K.
K Hyde, J.
CARRIES A FULL LINE
Harry Gard, Albert
Seaver, T. L. Turner.
District Division V
Gaffney, W. f, Youne
Eecees was than taken till 1 p. ni. to
give credential committee a chance to
The division committee introduced
the following resolution, which was
passed :, ;
Resolved, That this convention pro
ceed to the selection of a conference com
mittee on apportionment of offices, to
consist of one member from north of the
Clackamas; one between the Clackamas
and Molalla; one from south of the Mo
lalla ; one from west of the Willamette,
and one from justice district No. 4, ex
cept that portion west of the Willamette.
The delegates then divided themselves
into five bodies and elected the follow
ing conference committee:
West Side W F Young.
North of Clackamas I) L Prottyman.
Between Clackamas and Molalla 0
South of Molalla II L Yaughan.
Oregon City V II Hyde.
Kobt. A. Miller was umtmioutly elect
ed county chairman for the ennuiim two
years. A W Cheney was re-elected
secretary, . "
At 8 t). llll.k nffpr SmTOT-.jl rui-iucaa nra.u
taken, Ai8;tyuodM.'tween being .taken up - '
by ren:irks anfuliort speeches, the con-1$
CIsthiQg, gaiteaie, PioifetftBS,
And All Necessary Articles for An Outfit to
Alaska. You can buy your entire outfit under
one roof. We are noted for having the very best
goods at the lowest prices. Send for our Alaska
OREGON CITY CUSTOMERS
Can buy of us and have the goods delivered at
your door freight paid at Portland prices. Send
us an order for $20.00 worth of goods and see
what you can save. Write us to mail you the
Buyer's Guide, 16 pages, published monthly by
Jerenoj; )tcmrttee reported that the
division of officers be made as follows:
Representative 2 populist,! democrat
County Judge populist
Treasurer silver republican
School Slinerinti'iident. mniulint.
Coroner democi at
And that the newsnaner mitri-mmm l.n
be equally divided between the populixt
anu uemocrauc newspapers, the Herald
After considerable discussion nro mid
con the report was adonted with hut
one dissenting voice A committee
from tionnlist then renortid tlmt tl,..t
had adopted the report with the excep
tion inai ine popuust lie given the
treasurer, which was iTent-roiiMl v prm.
ceded by the silver-retmblieann.
When the democratic convention
lCard of this It llmmimnnulu v.tu,l t .
give the office of represontative.accorded
to the democrats, to the silver-republicans.
The convention then adjourned
till Tuesday at 9 a. in.
Dr. M. 0. Strickland of Oregon City
was unatniously nominated for the office
Prof. P. I,. Coleman of Canby was
mentioned for surveyor, but a declined,
saying he had not had the practical ex
perience necessary, and then A.'
Todd of Needy, a practical surveyor,
was unamioiiHly selected for sur
veyor. For sheriff John Daly of Macksbnrg.
0. W. Robbing and Longstreet Vaughan
of Molalla, J. J. Cooke and Chas. Kel
ly of Oregon City mid J. K. Jack of
Marquam were named. Messrs. Chas
Kelly, O. W. Robbins. John Daly and
Longstreet Yaughan declined, and on
vote J h Jack received 55 votes and J J
Cooke (2. At request of Mr. Jack the
nomination was made unanimous.
The nomination of (ifnrL'H KniirM f
Canby by the silver republicans was
T L Turner of Stafford and Wm .1
Currin of Currinsvilln
for commissioner. Mr. Tiirmtr uitli.
drew in favor of Mr Currin. who
made the unanimous choice of conven
tion. The following tioininntiima li ll...
populist were ratilied:
Contliiiiort 011 Insl riiEe.
ones Lash Store
.108-1 10 FRONT ST.
.... PORTLAND, OR.
Cor. Front and Taylor Sts.,
largest and Best Stock of...
...In the Northwest
The democratic convention nf f'lu..t...
mas county met in Pone's hall on Mon
day, April 4th, at 11a.m. Chairman
J. J. Cooke called meeting to order and
Col. Robt. A. Miller was made chairman
and A. rt. Oheney secretary and J
The following committees were
Credential W. I! Kt.,ffr,1 w
P-eckner, J. K. Gribble, II. L. Yaughan
yj. . liooDius.
Order of Rusiness E. D. Kelly, L. P.
Williams, Sain Kngle, D. W. Kelsey,
Platform (Conference) T. F. Cowing,
Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
tmu. stmim rmmrn rrt on yrmt.
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