The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, February 16, 1895, Image 1

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VOL.6. ; . HOOD 'RIVER, OREGON, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1895. .. N0.38.
Sfooiliver Slacier.
S. F. BLYTHE, Publisher. '
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Second St., Near Oak, Hood River, Or.
EVANS & HUSBANDS, Proprietors.
ShfiTiwr and haircuttlug neatly done. Satis
faction guurjuijieed. : . , r . t:
Life-Like Pictures of Thirty
.Oregon Representatives.
John CYoung, Representative from
Baker county, was born in Salt Lake
City, U. f:, in ' 1651. He waa engaged
in the newspaper business for ten years,
but is now. engaged in mining. Polit
ically Mr. Young is a Populist and an
ardent believer in free coinage of silver.
S. L. Moorhead, Representative from
Lane county, is a jolly good fellow of a
jocularrdisposition 'and -editor, of the
Junction City Times. He was born in
Pennsylvania, and has since gravitated
all over the continent and almost al
ways been an inkslinger. Mr. Moor-
head established the Junction City
Times in 1891, and the paper is as wide
awake as the editor, which is saying a
whole lot; , Mr. Moorhead is a stalwart
Republican, and has held two important
offices injunction City, that of Mayor
and Recorder", Without seeking them.
G.' 0. Rinearson, Representative from
Clackamas county, is a lawyer by pro
fession, and is 24 years old. He was
elected to the Legislature from his coun
ty last June by a large majority. He
was born and raised in Clackamas coun
ty... Mr. Rinearson is recognized as one
of the, ablest parliamentarians and most
forcible speakers in ;the House.
"emus p. yatks. ' '
Chris P. Yates, Representative from
Washington county, was born in the
State of New York in 1835. He gradu
ated from a medical college, but his life
has been devoted . chiefly to newspaper
work. He has traveled as special corre-sponder-t,lrouglv?Mexico,
South Amer
ica and Europe and the Western States.
Mr. Yates, served in the army during
the waiahd Was promoted. In 1872 he
came to Oregon, ami-has been connected
with the Telegram, Daily News and Ore
gonian.' He npw lives on a farm, is a
Republican and a stanch friend of sil-:
ver. v''
. , . JOHN A. JEFFREY. "" '," ' 4 !
John AvJeffrey, .Representative from
JacksontbuHtyj-was torn in Arkansas
in 1809. At the age,of 5 years he Btarted
for Oregon with his father, arriving after
many adventures in 1874 by way of
Sacramento. 1 Mr. Jeffrey's early educa
tion was received at the public schools
of Jacksonville ' and the State Agricul
tural College. . Mr. Jeffrey is an orator
of the rrtist ilfed variety, and was elected
to the Legislature in 1894 as a Populist
and silver man. -y ...
T. arming Smith, Representative
from Linn county, was born in Illinois
54 years ago. In 1875 he came .to Ore
gon, where he has since made his home
in Linn county. 'Mr. Smith is a stalwart
Republican, but without bias where ,the
best interests of the State are concerned.;
E. H. Thompson, a member from
Multnomah county, was' bom in Kill
inirsworth, ,C6nn.,.. January 16, 1842.
When 12 years of age he moved with his
parents t'o 'Illinois. At the age of 16 he
enlisted in the army and served for a
brief period in the army of the Cumber
land. He was then transferred to the
navy and served three years under Por
ter. Mr. Thompson came to Oregon in
1882, and soon after his arrival associ
ated himself, wit Andrew Clark and
established the Portland Iron. Works.
He sold his interest in the latter con
cern seven years ago, since which time
he has been engaged, in the lumber busi
ness at "Brower, where he now resides.
?1';t,sh.-m'gbeeb." ; ; .
T. H. McGreer, Representative from
Wasco county, was born iri California,
bin parent's having emigrated from Ken
tucky to that State. After receiving an
eduoatioatvt the public schools of San
Francisco and Oakland College, Mr, Mc
Greer at the age-of 19 engaged in stock
raising. Ha came to Oregon in 1878
and Antelope, his present
home. After devoting a few years to
mercantile .pursuits Mr. McGreer has
returned to-fais Original pursuitof stock
raising '-jr. , C - .
Robert Glenn Smith, Representative
from Josephine county, is a native son
of Southern Oregon. He was born in
Jacksonville in 1864. Mr. Smith was
admitted to the bar in 1889, and has
held the following offices at Grant's
Pass:' Police Judge, Deputy Prosecu
ting Attorney and Corporation Counsel.
He waa nominated for .Representative
by the Republican County Convention
of 1894 and elected after a vigorous
campaign, in which his eloquence was
heard and felt. , '
Charles F. '." Lester, Representative
from Clatsop county, is 32 years of age.
He came to the Pacific Coast from Ken
tucky in 1884. Mr. Lester settled at
Astoria five years ago. He is a civil
engineer by profession, and has been
1863-4. -In 1890 Mr. Templeton was a
candidate for Representative on the Re
publican ticket, and was'.-defeated, only
to be triumphantly returned in 1894.
"':; , .' ; GEORGE SHUTRUM. .
George Shutrum, Representative from
Umatilla county, was born in New York
State in 1848, and owing to the death of
his parents was obliged to struggle for
himself from the age of 8, He enlisted
in the Ninth Illinois in 1864, and was
mustered out at the close of the war. in
1865. Alter temporary residence in sev
eral States Mr. Shutrum came to Ore
gon in 1876, and settled in Umatilla
county without money or friends. He
engaged in farming on a small scale in
nominated as a Republican for State
Senator in 1892 and defeated with the
rest of his ticket, but was returned as a
Representative in 1894. ; - ;, v; ,
Orin L. 4 Patterson, Representative
from Grant county, was born, in Indiana
in 1867 of Virginia lineage. His early,
life was. divided between the- school-:
house and the farm, becoming a teacher
when duly qualified. In 1889 he came
to Oregon,, locating at. Heppner, where
in partnership with his brother, Otis
Patterson, he established the Heppner
Gazette, recognized to-day as a leading
and influential iournal of Eastern Ore
gon. In 1891 Mr. Patterson purchased J
Cornelius B. Smith, Representative
from Clackamas county, was born in
Seneca county, New York, in , 1846.
After graduating from the Medical Col
lege of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia he
came to Oregon in 1880 and practiced
medicine in East Portland until 1889.
For the past five years Dr. Smith has
followed his profession at Eagle Creek.
'Frank A. Stewart, joint Representa
tive from Coos and Curry counties, was
born in Illinois in 1843. He crossed the
plains in Oregon with his parents in
1854. Mr. Stewart resided for three
years at Dallas, receiving an education
at the La Creole academy, afterward,
county, was torn in Iowa in 1850, emi
grating to Oregon with his parents in
1853. The family settled in Douslas
county where they remained until 1866.
In that year they removed to Linn
county where Mr. Scott has since re
sided. All his life he has been a farmer
an,d his interests are all identified with
the tillers-of the soil He was elected to
the Legislature as a Republican in 1894.
C, A. Sehlbrede, Representative from
Douglas county, was born in Louisville,
Ky., in 1851, of German parentage. His
early life was pasted on a farm in Indi
ana and he later studied law and was
admitted to practice in 1874.. Mr. Sehl-
Reproduced specially for this paper toy American Type Founder'! Co., Portland, Or.
engaged in several Oregon railroad sur- 1877 and to-day owns and farms 2 000
veys. In politics Mr. Lester has always ' acres of land near Pendleton. Mr.
been a Republican. " . . Shutrum is a Republican,
W.' A. Templeton, Representative
from Linn county, was born in Missouri
in 1845, and crossed the plains, while an
infant, with his parents in 1847. Mr.
Templeton has lived on a farm most of
his life. He ran a pack train from
the Umatilla Landing to the Idaho
mines during the memorable year
, D.. L. KEYT. ;
" D. L. Keyt, representative from Polk
county, is a native son of Oregon, hav
ing been born near Perrydale in 1862.
He was engaged in farming until 1890,
since which time he has been a member
of the general merchandise firm of Wise
& Keyt at Perrydale. Mr. ' Keyt was
the Long Creek Eagle, and this paper
and the Heppner Gazette' were com
bined under the ownership of the Pat
terson Publishing Company, composed
of Otis, Alvan W. and Orin" L. Patter
son. The latter gentleman is now
editor and manager of the. Eagle, which
under his auspicies has become an, in
fluential exponent Of Republican prin
ciples. Mr. Patterson believes in ade
quate protection to-American, industries
and the rehabilitation of silver.- , . :
teaching school in Marion countv, and
following the same profession later at
Gold Beach. During his busy life Mr.
Stewart ; has, been Treasurer of his.
county, . School Superintendent, joint
Representative in 1882. Deputy Collec
tor and . Collector of Customs for South
ern Oregon,,- and in 1894 was elected
joint . Representative from' Coos and
Curry counties as a Populist.
.::;'..... J. II. SCOTT. .
, J, H. Scott, Representative from Linn
vaAa no trio tt OpAnnn !n 1 C7 7 n t,nn Hn.
sided in Douglas county for the past ten
1 TJ ; i t 1. ,
vcaiB. uDiB n wuDjaicut xveuuuncan.
iiaa never oeiore new omce.
although always active in political work.
Ten Are to Die. ' , ' ; '
... Algiers, JFebruary 0. -The noted ban
dit Areiski and nine of his followers
have been condemned to death. Five
other members of the band have been
sentenced to penal servitude, - '