The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, November 26, 1891, Image 2

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Look at our fine all wool Oregon blankets, direct
from the Factory; 15 per cent, less than Portland prices.
BLANKETS!
KAY
&
Special sale of underwear this month; look in corner
window; immense assortment; learn the prices; costs
nothing to look.
UNDERWEAR!
Overcoats in all colors and in all sizes at small prices.
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OVERCOATS!
T odd , M c M innville , O regon .
The weather is getting cold and now is the time to buy W inter Goods, We get our blankets direct from the factory and have the best value for the money in the city; get our
line of underwear, overcoats, rubber goods, clothing, etc. will speak for itself. We positively have double the assortment of any other
prices and judge for yourselves. Our
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clothing house in the city, and we invite you to INSPECT OTJR GOODS AND COMPARE PRICES Buy where you can get the best goods for the least money.______
Secretary Proctor, of the war depart­
held to be his residence.
(>. The place where an unmairied ment, in his last report favors the re­
The Full and Complete Law as Passed
man sleeps shall lie considered and held turn of men to civil life after one or
by the Last Legislature.
two enlistments in the army. Too long
to be his residence.
HARDING A HEATH. Publishers.
service in the army unfits a man for
7.
If
a
person
shall
go
from
this
See. 7. In case one or more of said
the duties of civil life, and it is impossi­
SUBSCRIPTION BATES.
judges of election shall not lie present state into any other state or territory
One Copy. per year, inadvance................... ♦- 0« at the time prescribed for opening the and there exercise the right of suffrage, ble for him to Iteeome a bread-winner
Ona Capy, six months in advance............... 1 00
polls the electors present may elect a he shall be^considered and held to have outside the service. The army in this
way would to a certain extent prepare
qualified person from their number to lost his remdenee in this state.
Entered at the postoffice at McMinnville
the nation for war during peace. The
8.
All
qualified
electors
shall
vote
act as such judge of election.
Oregon, as second-class matter.
age
of enlistment has been dropped to
n
case
one
or
more
of
said?"
tbe
election
precinct
in
the
county
Sec 8. Ii. _ ______ ___ „
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where they may reside for county offi­ 39 years and none but men of good
clerks
shall
not
be
present
at
the
time
T he advertising K ates or T he T ki . e -
character are admitted. Slowly but
ruoxE-REGisTKr. are liberal, taking ill of opening tlie polls, the judges of elec­ cers; or in any county of a congression­
consideration the circulation. Single tion shall appoint a suitable person to al district in which such electors may surely the time is arriving when every
inch. >1.09, each snbeequent inch.
citizen of the United States will know-
reside for members of congress.
Special inducements for yearly or seiin- act as clerk of said election.
something of the actual service of the
See.
17.
It
shall
be
the
duty
of
yearlv contracts.
See. 9. AU general or special elections
03
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the judges of election, or the chairman army. It is to be hoped that the Eu­
hereafter
held
in
this
state
shall
be
con
­
J ob W ork N eatly A sd Q uickly E xecuted
at reasonable rates Our facilities are ducted under the provisions of this act, thereof, immediately before proclama­ ropean system will not l>e followed.
the best in Yamhill county and as g<xxl
tion is made of the opening of tlie polls,
The democratic governors of New
a. any in the state A complete steam and the {Kills shall be opened at the
plant’insures quick work.
hour of 8 in the forenoon and continue to open the liallot lioxes in the presence York and Oregon issued their Thanks­
of
the
people
there
assemblee,
and
turn
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KlSOLVTtOXS or CoXDOLEXCr. AND ALL O1IIT- open until 6 o'clock in the afternoon of tlie same upside down, so as to empty giving proclamations in advance of
uary Poetry will be charged for at regular the same day, at which time tlie polls
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President
Harrison.
Republican
critics
advertising rates.
shall be closed. Prior to opening tlie tlie said lioxes of anything that may be seem to think it an insult to the presi­
in
them,
and
then
lock
said
boxes
se
­
A ll CoMMt’xlCATtoxs M i st B e S imxkp B y {Kills tlie chairman of said judges of
dent. These self-appointed censors
the person wlio sends them, not for pub­ election shall make public proclama­ curely, and they shall not be reopened
should reinemlier that there were states
lication, unless unaccompanied by a ‘ non
until
for
the
purpose
of
counting
the
and governors and thanksgiving pro­
de plume.” but for a guarantee of good tion of tlie same and tliirty minutes be­
faith. No publications will lx- published fore closing of the same public proclam­ ballots therein at the close of the elec­ clamations long before there was a pres­
unless so signed.
ation shall lie made l»y the same officer tion. During the election one of the ident. The nationel government is the
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A ddress A ll C ommunications . E ither F or that the {Kills will lxi closed in half an judges, than tlie chairman, shall have creature, the servant, of the states, the
the editorial or business departments, to hour. The judges, in their discretion the custody of the keys.
people, and not vice versa.
T he T elephone -R egister . McMinnville,
may adjourn the polls at 1 o’clock for Sec. 18. In all incorporated cities
Oregon.
and towns in this state, no person shall American ordnance and armor has
S ample C opies O f *T he T elephone -R egis ­ one hour, proclamation of tlie same be­
approach within fifty feet of the polls been shown by tests to be superior to
ter will be mailed to any person in the ing made, but tlie judges and clerks
United States or Europe, who desires one, shall keep together, and at no time when open for the purpose of receiving any other in the world.
With a few
free of charge
shall more than one of them lie out of i votes, except such jieace officers as are more ships and a number of American
particularly selected or appointed by seaman seamen the navy would be su­
W k I nvite Y ou T o C ompare T he T ele ­ the presence of the others. Tlie liallot
phone -R egister with any other paper boxes, {Kill books, liallot stubs ami tally the judges to preserve order or enforce perior to anything afloat.
I n the army
published in Yamhill county.
sheets shall be constantly kept together tlie law within such limits, and electors the governments of Europe have paid
in the presence and view of at least four actually desiring and proceeding to the expense of experimenting, and
All gubgcriberg who do not receive their
of
the said officers from the opening of vote, and but ten electors shall be per­ American inventors are at work on
paper regularly will confer a favor by im­
mediately reporting the game to thi»*office the {tolls until the count is completed mitted to approach within fifty feet of what will lie the greatest magazine gun
and tlie returns signed and sealed a« the {Kills at the same time; provided in the world.
hereinafter provided, and after the however, that the said judges of elec­
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Thursday, November 26, 1891
count has once begun it shall continue tion shall, if (requested, permit one per­ WE ARE HERE TO STAY !
until fully completed, without any ad­ son from each {xilitical party, selected
TO OUR READERS.
journment and in the presence of all by the party, to stand outside of the
guard rail at the {tolls, while open for
tlie judges and clerks.
M c M innville ,
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O r .
T elephone -R egihteh has
Sec. io. In all special elections the receiving votes, for the purpose of chai-1 I have just opened one door south
made arrangements with the American certificates of nomination may lx- filed lenging voters; and the said judges of |
of the T elephone -R egister office,
Press Association, a syndicate formed at any time between the date of the election shall, if requested, permit the
The only Store of the kind in the
respective
candidates,
or
some
person
for the purpose of furnishing newspa- writ authorizing the election and tlie
City that carries this
selected by a candidate or by several
time
of
holding
the
election
and
in
all
Line of Goods.
with special matter by the prominent
candidates
or
by
a
{xilitical
party,
to
lx?
other matters and proceedings therein
Sell
our Goods at Portland
We
writers of the day, whereby it will be
Prices.
the provisions of this act shall apply so present in the room, but outside the
guard
rail,
where
the
said
judges
are
allowed to publish the illustrated copy­ far as the same are applicable to such
Come and examine our goods be­
during tlie time of receiving and count­ fore purchasing elsewhere.
righted serial, “A Prisoner of War.” s(ieeial election.
Sec. 11 It shall be the duty of each ing the votes. Such election shall be
The date of the appearance of the first
M rs . A. E. GALLUP.
evidenced by a writing signed jby tlie
installment will be given in due time. judge or clerk of election or any elector chairman and secretary of such |»olit-
present to challenge any i>erson offer­
It is written by Alfred Rochefort Cal­
ing to vote whom he shall know or sus­ ical party, or by the candidate or can­
didates, and presented to and filed with
houn. He was a major of infantry pect not to be qualified as an elector.
during the rebellion and was for seven
Sec. 12. If a person offering to vote tlie judge.
Sec. 19. For the purpose of holding
months a prisoner at Libby and Charl­ is challenged as unqualified by any one ! elections and preserving order at the
eston. The^serial is the actual experience enumerated in section 11, the chairman polls, the judges of election are hereby
of the said judges shall administer to
appointed and invested with the juris­
of the author and another Union offi­
biin tlie following oath for affirmation:
cer. This serial will lx- as interesting “Y ou do solemnly swear (or affirmithat diction and authority of justices of the
to the rising generation as it will be to you will fully and truly answer all {ieaee during the time of holding elec­
tions, and they, or a majority of them,
the ex-soldiers who so bravely laid such questions as shall lie put to you are hereby authorized to impose and en­
touching
your
place
of
residence
and
aside the plow and other tools by
force a fine not exceeding fifty dollars
qualifications as an elector at this elec­
which they earned their bread, and tion?” The chairman shall then pro­ for each offense, to be applied to the
took up without a murmur the cause of pound such questions to the person benefit of the school fund, on any per­
sons who shall conduct themselves in a HAY FORKS,
their country. To these ex-soldiers the challenged as may lie necessary to test
disorderly or riotous manner at the
STRAW FORKS,
iris
qualifications
as
an
elector
at
tliat
T elephone -R egister will lie sent for
polls, and shall persist in such conduct
BARLEY FORKS,
election.
The
judges
may
hear
such
a period of three months for twenty-
after having been warned of tlie conse­
other testimony and consider such
FORKS at all PRICES. |
five cents. It will take about three other evidence as is proper upon the quences, or who shall refuse to move
months to publish the serial. It will question. If all the judges cannot agree from tlie polls fifty feet when directed,
or on any peraon who shall lie detected
appear in weekly installments.
the majority of tlie judges shall decide
in tlie commission, in the immediate
the
matter.
This offer of 25 cents for the papers
presence of tlie judges, of any offenses
Sec. 13. If the person so challenged
containing the serial is made only to
defined by this act, and on the refusal
should refuse to answer fully any ques­
ex-soldiers, and in order that they can tion touching his qualifications as an or neglect to forthwith pay the same to
receive the first installment they elector which shall be put to him, the tlie chairman to commit him or them
to tlie common jail of the county for
should send in their names not later judges shall reject his vote.
any time not exceeding twenty-five
Sec. 14. If the challenge be not with­ days, or until tlie fine is {mid; and the
than Dec. 15, 1891.
drawn after the person offering to vote
sheriff', deputy sheriff', constable and
Plain
The republican national convention shall have answered the questions put jailer and policemen of any incorporat­
to him us aforesaid, the chairman of ed city or town are hereby required to
will be held in Minneapolis June 7th.
and
Wired
said judges shall administer to him tlie forthwith execute said order, as though
Over a Thousand Feet Sold this Sea­
The time of steam yachts, like that following oath.
son and Still Plenty of Hose Left.
it had been issued by a magistrate in
H. J. LITTLE.
“You do solemnly swear (or affirm) due form of law. If no sheriff, deputy
of trotting horses is coming down. It
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is ¡said that the Norwood, Norman that you are a citizen of tlie United sheriff', constable or policemen be pres­
ikzozdsokst
Munro’s boat, can steam a mile in 1:58. States, or have declared your intention ent tlie judges may appoint a special
to lieeome such, one year next preced­ constable or constables to execute their Will sell you better goods and at
Less Money than any one in town.
Fonseca, dictator of Brazil, has been ing this election; that you now reside orders.
forced to surrender and the government in this precinct; that you have not yet
Continued next week.
C all and S ee H im .
is in the hands of the rebels with Peix- voted at tills election; tliat you are of!
atto at the head. He was formerly tlie age of 21 years; that you have been
vice president of the government, of a resident of this state for six months |
next preceding this election, and that
which Fonseca was the head.
Stands for the Army, that come in for miles
your true name is as you represent it to :
Over-taxation is unnecessary taxa­ be.” If the elector only claims the!
for the Bedsets, in elegant styles;
tion, and this is represented in the right to vote for state or district and
state
officers,
the
oatli
shall
be
modified
more-than-war tariff of to-day, This is
stands for Carpets, to cover your floors
the great cause of democratic success. accordingly.
Sec. 15. Whenever any {arson’s
for the Dado Shades, that look well out of doors;
The eyes of the people are opening and
1892 means considerable to the empty right to vote shall lie challenged, and
lie has taken the oath prescrilxxl by
is for E VENDEN, who in Furniture deals
pockets of the laboring classes.
American Ins. Co., of Philadelphia, l*a.
section 14, it shall be »lie duty of tlie!
for his Furniture, which this fact reveals;
Continental Insurance Co, of New York City.
The registered tonnage of vessels now clerks of election to write on tlie poll'
Farmers’ and Merchants’ Ins. Co., of Albany, Or.
loading wheat or unloading preparatory Ixxiks at the end of such person's name
shows his Goods, real nice goods are these
Guardian Assurance Co., of Condon, England.
to loading wheat is greater than it ever tlie words “challenged and sworn,"and 1
Lancashire Ins. Co., ot Manchester. England.
has been in Portland. There lias not l>een the further words“rejected,”or “voted”
hires his help, his customers to please;
London & Lancashire Ins. Co., of Liverpool, Eng.
much stir in wheat lately, owing to the according to the fact.
Sec. 111. The judges of election, in
Ijondon Assurance Co., of London, England.
lack of vessels. We can now expect
is for Ingrain, in Carpets and Paper
the market to liven up a little. The determining tlie residence and qualifi­
Manchester Assurance Co., of Manchester, Eng.
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the Judgement, he shows in cutting this caper;
farmers who have held will probably cations of {arsons offering to vote, shall
Norwich-Union Insurance Co., of England.
be governed by the follow ing rules, so
be glad of it.
Palatine Ins. Co., of Manchester, England.
is
the
knowledge,
he
shows
in
his
line
far as (lie same may be applicable.
Phtenix Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn.
1. The place shall lie considered and
The city of Portland recently pu r-
is the love he bears all mankind;
chased the Madison street bridge, and held to lie the residence of a person in
in consequence of the alxilition of the which his habitation is fixed, and to
stands for Mirrors, in endless selection
tariff*the travel and traffic greatly in­ which, when lie is absent, lie has the
creased. If the tariff'on t lie necessaries intention of returning.
is the ninny, who buys without reflection;
2. A person shall not lie considered
of life should lie reduced the traffic in
them would also increase. It is strange or held to have lost his residence who
represents the order, that makes his store pretty
that more people do not see this; or, if shall leave his home and go into an­
shows his Prices, THE BEST IN THE CITY;
they do see it, why they do not vote to other state or territory or county of this
state for a temporary purpose ouly.
reduce the tariff'to a revenue basis.
3. A person shall not lie considered or ( Q is the Query, Can we ever do Better?
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Administrators or executors of es­ held to have gained a residence in any
stands for Rugs, that comfort the fretter;
tates will do well to remember that tlie county of this state into which lie shall I (
last legislature passed a law requiring come for temporary purposes only,
shows his Suits, to be new cheap and pretty
that in all cases where any will is ad­ without tlie intention of making said
mitted to probate in the state of Ore­ county his home, but with the inten­
stands for time, for composing this ditty;;
gon, in addition to having the same tion of leaving the same when he shall
is for Usurers, who sell for high prices
recorded in the county where it was ad­ have accomplished tlie object which
Send
eack
mitted to probate, the executor or ad­ brought him into it.
ass your ueaier ror circulars giving full
stands for Victims, of such foolish devices;
Illastrated
ministrator must have such will re­ 4. If a person remove to any other i
information. If not to be bad of him,
write uh .
DO NOT DELAY.
Creaked
corded in every county in the state in state, or to any of the territories, with
Thoroughly satisfactory proofs of our relia­
Baaks,
is the Welcome at EVENDEN'S Store
bility furnished.
which the testator left any real prop­ the intentention of making it his per­
Na. 1 aa4 »•- J
OLASOO LACE THREAD CO., Glaago. Conn.
erty. Failure to comply with this law manent home, lie shall lie considered
represents twenties, never well spent before;
which is intended to keep clear the ti­ and held to have lost Iris residence in
orotMft.wno witn Toexamtrx
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II W «hit
pep«r, or obtWR MtMWlM
tles to lands in any county, may result this state.
stands for yokels, who are always in Season
on
advertising
space
whan
in
Chicago,
will find it on fils a»
5. The place where a married man’s
in litigations that can easily be avoided
is
the
zanny
who
won't
listen
to
reason.
family
reside
shall
lie
considered
and
by a little trouble and expense.
(ho Advertising Agency of LORD&THONASi
THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER.
THE AVSTKALIAN BALLOT LAW.
C. F. DANIELS.
A. J. APPERSON
THE FURNITURE DEALERS
Have Just Received From THE EAST.
A Large Stock of Furniture!
Our 16th Century Bookcases, Secretaries, Etc., Etc.,
In Genuine Oak Must be Seen to be Appreciated.
THE PRICES ARE BELOW THOSE OBTAINED IN PORTLAND
Bedroom Suits from 817 to 8100.
PARLOR SUITS,
EASY CHAIRS,
LOUNGES,
TABLES,
SHADES,
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Japanese Bazaar
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Is the Only Establishment this side of Portland
That Carries
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Boots and Shoes. Latest Fall Styles
LOWEST T=TSTC--------
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OPPOSITION BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
F. DIEL8CHNEIDER, l’aor.
Fruit Growers, Attention!
5,000 ACRES
M c M innville , O r
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PICTURE. FRAMES,
SPRING REDS,
MATTRESSES,
WALL PAPER
CARPETS,
Remember we buy Goods from Factories in the East,
and can Sell Below Portland Prices.
BURNS & DANIELS.
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Red Jacket
Force Pumps,
Pitcher Pumps,
Pumps of all kinds
SHURTLEPP & LITTLE,
Real Estate, Insurance,
Loans and Abstracts
-------- OF THE--------
Finest Fruit Land £ Willamette Valley
To be sold in tracts of from 5 to 50 acres at $30.00 an acre and
upwards; one-fifth down, balance in I, 2 and 3 years, at 6 per cent, per
annum. Most all of this land is under cultivation; over 400 acres now
in full bearing fruit trees. All this land is within 3 miles of Amity.
Over 700,000 pounds of fruit shipped from this point last year.
For particulars apply to or address
Will. F. BREIDENSTEIN
AMITY FRl IT LAND COMPANY,
AMITY, YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON.
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LARGE
ARRIVALS OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
AT R
JACOBSON’S
Having purcliaaed nearly
Gross Fire Assets Represented, $53,000,000.
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In addition to our already large stock, direct from Eastern and < 'alifornia manu­
factories, ail these gotsls are Ixiught for cash and will Is- Hold on a small margin.
“ Q uick S ales
and
^ all P rofits
Is the law, and that is juxt what we prrqxMe to do. Come early and »ee for
yourself. A large stock to select from, full in all departments.
Thanking vou for past favors ami hoping to merit a continuation of the same,
Yours,
It JACOBSON.
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