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s e c o n d ria*» ’m a t t e r , u n d e r Act o l C o n g re ss
o f Blurch 3rd , 1903.
lhe p rett u t campaign should
before the country tbe fraud
reokle»s speculation th at ia
¡OH i : a i £8
P er year
(No s u b s c r i p t i o n » t a k e n for a s h o r t e r t e rm . )
SATURDAY, APR. 2, 1904.
T H E P R IM A R Y LAW.
His strength is best shown by the
fact th a t he was able to carry tbe
State of New York, when he was
elected to the position be now holds.
Should Parker get tbe nomination
be would have the support of some
of the stro n g m e n who m ade, the
'tremendous fights for Cleveland,
and the campaign would ho one of
the most spectacular th at has oc
curred for half a century. Such 1
campaign orators as Hill, Bryan,
Cochran, Carlisle and Vilas to
gether with the younger men ought
to put the republicans on the de
fensive from the start.
Jam es 1
villa on Tu
F a m ou s T ra in s
J. A. R
The Southwest Limited Kansas City
to Chicago, the Overland Limited to
Chicago via Omaha, and the Pioneer
Limited St. Paul to Chicago, run via
The piim ary law which will be
submitted to electors at the next
The Oregonian and Daily J o u r election embodies the best features
nal are writing an infinite deal of of tbs prim ary laws of the several
tom my rot on the Moody question. state* where such laws are in force.
Their method« of reasoning on tbe It took a tremendous fight in the
position .Mitchell men should take state of Wisconsin to get the law
toward Moody will not appeal to on the statute books, but Gov. La
A newcomer ir. Portland offers
Each route oilers numerous attrac
any man of ju d g m en t. D id n ’t Follette, who is one of the most ao-
to wager Mayor Williams the sum
tions, The principal thing to insure
Moody come out openly for Simon conplished orators in the country,
of $5000 th a t Portland is the tough
a quick, comfortable trip East is to
in M ultnomah? D id n ’t the M itch finally carried tbe day. Hero is
est town on earth. The difficulty
see that your tickets read via the
ell men have to fight bis little what La Follette 6aid of it in his
with the wager is th at its subject
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail
bunch of hanger* on with the rest campaigh speeches :
m atter is two extensive for proof.
of the Simon men?
The Australian ballot changed Portland can ju st concede th at the
should the Mitchell men fall on hi* the character of our elections im
man with the wager has not wasted
neck a i d give him a chance at go mediately upon its adoption
It his time while in Portland, but has
H. S. R O W E ,
ing buck to congress to rehabilitate was secured only after a severe
C e n e r a i A g e n t.
put in his time gathering a very
the Simon faction by scheming for and protracted struggle. I t was
useful kind of information.
the appointm ent of Simon-Moody resisted by men who honestly be
men to federal positions? Such lieved it impractical, as well as by
The conviction of Senator B urt
talk ia rank nonsense. The Ore- men unwilling to relinquish con on, of Kansas, for using his sena
Miss Maud Vanderpool left for
goui.-in laments the instructions for trol of elections through the pur torial influence to aid a fraudulent
Williamson th a t the Multnomah chase and intim idation of voters. concern, is a good stout check to her homestead near Lava island.
delegation received. It is grieved
Clitue a time when the expeudi- the loose ideas of honesty, th at | She will stay them over Sunday
th a t an uninstructed delegation ture of enormous cam paign funds have prevayed in govt- rn ment cir and then return to Prineville to se-
; cure provisions fer an all summer
was not sent. The people who in close states by political parties cles since the Spanish war.
visit to tbe ranch. Miss V ander
elect delegations have something hud dulled the public conscience
to say us to what the delegation in those states and made the free D e m o c r a t i c P r i m a r i e s a n d C o u n ty pool was accompanied by Miss
Bt-riha S outh.— Review.
^ C o n v e n tio n .
should stand lor. It represents or m an’s ballot an open commodity
should represent the opinions of for the highest bidder. The A us
The Democratic County Con
B R IG H T '3 D I S E A S E .
tbe party. An uninstructed dele tralian ballot was a blessing to this vention, for Crook County, Ore
and union acifici
gation is a delightfully irrespons republic in purifying, freeing from gon. is hereby called to meet at
The largest sura ever paid for a
ible body. I t would give Joe Si money power, from intim idation, the Circuit Court room in Prine- prescription, changed hand» in
T I M E SCHEDULES
mon a chance to shine where he from nil illegitimate influence, the ville, Oregon, on S aturday, April I San Francisco, Aug. 30, 1901.
FROM BIGGS, OR.
¡The transfer involved in coin and
can sbiue. It is pretty safe to say stream of American politics where 9, 1904, at 10 a. m , for the pur
stock $112,500.00 and was paid by
o r t l a u d S a lt Lake, D e n v er , Ft.
th a t neither Mitchell nor Fulton it passes the ballot box. At the pose of nom inating candidates for a party of business men for a spe P Sp
ecia l W o r th . O m a h a , K a n sa s 12:32 p . m
p.m . City, St. Lo uis, C h ic ag o
want Moody back in congress. ballot box, the election booth, the all the couAty offices to he filled at cific for Bright’s Disease and Dia v 1 i :25
a H u n t a n d East.
They have said that they want stream is now safe from coniami- the next general ejection ; to elect betes, hitherto incurable diseases. i n g t o n .
four delegates to the Democratic
They commenced the serious A t l a n t i c
Williamsot« buck. Mitchell ha* ' nation for all time under the Aus- State, Congressional, and District
E x p r e s s S a lt Lake. D e nver , Ft.
12:22 a. m. W o r th , O m a h a , K a n s a s G:l l a. m.
said th a t Williamson has been tralian ballot. But, alas, how Conventions and for tbe transac
v i a H u n t C itv, St. Lo ui s, C h ic ag o
a n d E ast.
i n g to n .
more effective in congress than any shortsighted ! W h a t shall it avail tion of such other business as may
over three dozen cases on the treat St. P a u l W a l la W alla , L e w is to n ,
other man Oregon has bad there us to to jealously guard the stream ,
The Convention will consist of ment and patch in g them. They F a s t Mail S p o k a n e , W allac e, P u l l
for years. 1 his includes Moody, jm thi* point when we allow it to be
8t. 3:30 ft. in.
9.54 p. m. m a n , M in n ea p o li s ,
00 delegates which have been a p
P a u l, D u l u t h , M ilw a u k e e
Ho cun take a taste of that. H e , poisoned higher up at its source, 1 portioned among the several voting also got physicians to name chronic, S p o via
k a n e C h ic ago, a n d E ast.
incurable cases, and administered j
know why the Oregonian is against where the Kominations ate made, precincts, as follows :
it with the physicians for judges
.3 H o w ard ................
Williamson. Williamson stuck by and then marvel and complain A B s e h a w r C ood
H O U R S
Up to Aug. 25, eighty seven per
.2 I r e l a n d
P O R T L A N D to C H I C AG O
.2 J o h n s o n C r e e k . .
I* ulton in the last legislature and that it is not free flroin pollution at B e n d
C H A N G E OF CABS.
.2 K u t e h c r ...............
1 M aury
ck B u t t e __
resisted all efforts to line him up its destination, where it becomes B B la
l McK ay .............
r e e s e .................
There being but. thirteen per cent i Fo r p a r t i c u l a r s as to ra te s a n d ro u v e a d d r ess,
......... . . . . 2
. .2 Mill C re ek
for Harvey Scott. F ulton
won the law-making power?-^A primary C C h a m e r p r y C r C e e r e k e .......
1 M o n tg o m e r y
J. H. F R E D R IC Y . A g e n t. Big*» Or.
failures, the parties were satisfied .
2 N e w som ........................ 3
and now Scott has promised him- «Action law will place nominations Cross
.2 P r i n e v i l l e ............. ....... 9 and
S u m m i t .................
self the pleasure of breaking W il under the same plain, simple con- H H a a y y s C t a r c e k e k ........... . . .2
. 4 W illo w C r e e k . . . ....... 2 proceedings of the
liamson, a pleasant task and a ditions, under the same tried and
T o ta l
good deal of it. Had Williamson eiirctive safeguards, th a t govern . The same being one delegate at of the test cases were published and
Urge for each precinct and one for will be mailed free upon application.
voted for Scott in the legislature, our elections.
Address John J. Fulton Company,
the former would now be a enno
How indefensible tho argum ent everv 150 votes and fraction of 8 or 420 Montgomery St. San Fran-
niard saint, and Moody would be a against a prim ary election law
! cisco. Cal.
E. Chamberlain for Governor.
rank Simon insurrectionist. Well, th at it would be an expense to the
The Central Committee recom
when Scott breaks W illiamson, he state. Elections are an expense to mended that
WEST A BROCK, P r o p s .
and bis paper will know that there the state. W hut so expensive to primaries be held in the several
has been a light.
the Mat e a* the nomination of bad precincts at the voting places
therein on S aturday, March 26,
Choice brands of Liquors,
men, or the nomination of men by 1904. at 11 a. ni.
Beer and Citrars, and
Done by order of the Demo
Ridpath's History of the United
B,eth®d8’ which PUce them
Effective February 15, 1903.
Stale* lias this to say of panics
obl'Ka tion*, under control of cratic Countv Central Committee,
March 5, 1904.
“ The year 1819 may bo cited as the ° th " r intero"u
those of t h e ir t
L. N. L i g g e t t .
Fancy Wines, Ciders and
date of the first great financial
»»'’j™* *•» , h ° »'*>»- M. R. B iugs ,
Cordials for Family Use.
crisis in ths United States. In ,,,c * of oth®r claim s than those of
1817 the bank of the United States >'u!,lic d u l-v ? T h * railroad9 of t h i *
A B u s in e s s P ro p o s itio n .
had been reorganized. W ith t h a t . *,uU* couU 'veI1 s,1“ rd “ > P“.v Urge
No. 15 Broadway.
If you are going east a careful Leav
event improved facilities for credit
were obtained, and consequent up cniididatis opposed to them, and selection of your route is essential
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on the facilities tor credit came the for th" nom ination of candidates to tbe enjoym ent of your trip. If
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spirit and the fact of speculation. favoring them , if thereby they save it is a business trip time is
tbe 1 54
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D E o iS M C R C
With the entering in of speculation, a million of dollars in taxes an* main consideration ; if a pleasure
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trip, scenery and tbe conveniences
dishonesty and fraud followed, and l,u*‘ •
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and comforts of a modern railroad. 2 53
the circle of finance ran its usual
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Why not combine all by using 2 43 - Hay Canyon June
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course, until ths strain was broken
Judge Alton B. Parker of New the Illinois Central, the Up-To-
in a crisis.’ I t is worthy of notice York, who is a candidate for the Date
road, running two
trains 2 45 - -
F o r s a le a m t fo r r e n t. C a sh or
that panics occur about every democratic presidential imttiin.v daily from St. Paul and M inneap
e a s y In s ta llm e n ts . N e w and s e c
twenty years. There were panics tion, was a prom inent man during
o n d - h in d , o f all k in d s . A ll m a k e s
cars, the 3 15* - - Erskinvillo
in is;:., ia is:,: , a slight one in the Cleveland adm inistration. 11c Free Reclining Chair
r e p a i r e d ,'a n d w o rk fu lly g u aran
Buffet-Library-Smoking 3 44
is,.'!, and a severe one in 1 Si*;», was offered the position of first as- cars,
vestibuled. In 4 00 - -
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The language used by Kidpath sistant postm aster
general by short thoroughly modern through
a n y m a k e , w r ite m e.
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could be used to describe anv of Cleveland, but declined because he out. All tickets reading via the
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♦ J .E .H U X L E Y
these crises. A period of specula- considered himself too poor to a c Illinois Central will be honored on
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tion, accompanied by fraud and eept a position where he could save
8 2 F o u r th S tr e e t.
dishonesty, then a general distrust, none of the salary. During the
Our rates are the same as those
and the panic is accomplished. It Bryan campaigns, he gave the of iaferior roads— why not get your
Daily stage connections at Shaniko
is worth while to notiee that, dur party w hat support he could, and monev’r worth?
for Antelope, Prineville, Bend, Burns,
A m e ric a ’s
Write for full particulars.
ing the panics, tho whole blame for did not desert it. as did many in-
L ea n In e
Silver L ike I.akeview, Mitchell, D ay- ¡
W H IS K E Y .
ki miu t . i , Com. Agt.
ville. Antone, Asb« xh I, Canyon City,
thcin was placed upon the presi- fluential democrats. He has al-
J. C. Lindsey,-T. F. A P. A..
John Uy Ci ty an.l F
' F A M O U S H O P G O L D DEER,
d e n 's who were in power when ways been a verv conservative
E. D. WOODBURY,
o.r.estlc and im ported W n. - and f f j s r i
they occurred. T he people who democrat, and he has held the Paul B. Thomson. F . »V P. A..
C. E. l.YTI .K,
were really to blame were the .oud- good will of both democratic wings.
Gen Frv ; bt and l Ai». Agt.
O N E I L B R O S , P R I N E V I L L E . OIL
Chicago, Milwaukee &
ell Buttes <
had at Lo
held as 8:2
J. F. Taj
ville and «
tfe P. Co.
134 Third St., Portland
F. C. I
trip to I’ri
was a visit
G. T. Sit
ville, ha* l
th s Sineed«
the first ol
will keep I
H ugh O’
left for P<
W a tt Jo
home of (
p art of this
m e n ’s hats
J. C. Tut
A. M. Si
tim ber am
J. F. Ta
visit in if
quite a si
whole m a l t
A. II. Grs
for it, ail 1
• C. G'. H utc
later) a pe
service “ foi
Mr. H utc!
be an activ
but he had
ed of bavin
least, ns cv
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