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state will see that Moore should be de
feated—not because he is a republican,
The St. Paul Pioneer-Press, one of The Aspirations of a Judicial Candidate for that is no reason—but because it
HARDIN6 &. HEATH, Publishers.
the greatest republican papers in the
would bring disgrace to the fair fame
of the state to place such a man on the
There is no office filled by the suf- bench. Let every voter pause and re
One Cepy. per year, inadvance................. |1 00 wheat from the farmer's hands to its
One Cepy, six month« in advance.............
50 market in Europe and has published a frages of the people so sacredly import flect. Here is a mail who drew a
ant as that of judge of the supreme will, and then accepted a fee of
mass of statistics on the matter.
Entered at the poetoffice at McMinnville
Its deductions from the facts of the court and the people should thank the $1,000 to break it. He drew a
Oregon, as second-class matter.
Albany Democrat for the following few will for Mrs. Taylor without ever re
matter are as follows:
The more these statistics are studied, historical facts is the career of Frank ceiving a single word of direction from I
T he advertising K ates or Tar. T ele -
A. Moore the republican nominee for her as to the manner in which it should
rHoxE-KEc.isTER are liberal, taking in and especially the more attention is
consideration the circulation. Single given to the tables ot comparative that position.
be drawn. But he swears himself that
inch. $1.00; each subsequent inch, $.75. prices, the more irresistible will appear
The candidate for such office should he followed the directions of her hus
Special inducements for yearly or semi-
the conclusion that some malign influ be, like Ciesar’s wife, above suspicion. band, who directed that all the prop
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ence kee[>s the American market for Frank A. Moore is not that sort ot a erty be left to him.
lot W ork N eatly A xd Q uickly E xecuted
at reasonable rates Our facilities are wheat at a figure very considerable man.
What can be thought of a man tor
If his own sworn wordsaretrue.it
the best in Yamhill county and as good lower than it ought to be under nor
as any in the slate A complete steam mal conditions. There is no assignable would be a public misfortnne to elect supreme judge who would draw a will
and then refuse to sign it as a wituess
plant insures quick work.
reason why the price in the great cen such a man to the supreme bench. for no “definite reason except that he
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R biolctioxs or C okdolexce axd ill O bit - ters of the grain trade in the United From a brief in a case entitled “Titus
thought at the time the woman was
nary Poetry will be charged for a t regular
States should not vary substantially as H. Taylor versus S. A. Miles," tried in not conscious of what she was doing.”
— the price in Liverpool. It is admitted the supreme court of this state in the This is what he himself swears to.
A ll C omm cxicATioxs M ist B e S igxf . d B y
the person who sends them, not for pub everywhere that the foreign demand fall of 1890, we learn these facts: In 1882 What must be thought of the lawyer
lication, unless unaccompanied by a “non fixes the world’s price, aud that this Mr. Moore who then lived in St. Helens, who will write a will for a woman,who
de plume.” but for a guarantee of good
a little village in Columbia county, at the time is unconscious, aed at so
faith. No publications will be published process takes place in Liverpool. The
.unless so signed.
price at any other place, then, as a was called to write a will for Mrs. low a stage of consumption as to be
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Elizabeth Taylor, a consumptive who ' only able to gasp out her words. Then
A ddress A ll C ommcxicatioxs . E ither F or rule, say New York or Chicago, should
the editorial or business departments, to be the Liverpool price less the cost of lived in tlie same village and who was 1 came another most damagiug feature of
T he TELErnoxE-KEoisTER. McMinnville, carrying the wheat from that point to then on her death bed. Mr. Moore this most scandalous transaction.
In Soft or Stiff Hats and all ^Prices.
Liverpool. But it has been shown con wrote the w ill conveying all Mrs. Tay-
He was the first to tell the daughters
S ample C opies O p T he T elephone -R egis clusively that this is not so. It has ap . lor’s property to her husband, Titus H. ■ that their mother’s will was invalid,
A VERY FINE SELECTION OF STRAW GOODS.
ter will be mailed to any person in the
Taylor. There were three children in 1 and then bought the land (which,
United States or Europe, who desires one. peared, in tracing the course of a bushel
Just Received direct from Boston and Chicago a VERY LARGE AND FINE LINE OI MLN S SHOES and have a Larger Assortment
free of charge
of wheat from tlie place of production the family, — three daughters with through his own stupidity or self-de
. whom Mr. Moore was well acquainted sign, the will failed to convey,) for onc-
than any other store in the County. Don't fail to get our prices on this line of goods before buying.
W e I nvite Y ou T o C ompare T he T ele -
rHOXB-RxGisTEB with any other paper additions to the cost of it as it moves , and two of whom were in the house at lialf its value. Enough has been said.
have an Immense Line of MEN’S FURNISHING GOODS and are Headquarters for NOVELTIES IN FINE SHIRTS. TIES. COL
published in Yamhill county.
towards the consumer, or subtractions the time of the execution of the will. No man who takes pride in the purity We
LARS, CUFFS, ETC.
from the price of it as wc proceed to- He wrote the will without mentioning ( of the state judiciary can for a moment
We have the only MERCHANT TAILOR SHOP IN THE COUN
All subscribers who do not receive their ward the fanner, which
are not ac-
hesitate in defeating this man in his TY, and we carry a LARGE LINE OF PIECE GOODS to select from,
paprr regularly will confer a favor by im
mediately reporting the tame to this office , counted for by tlie costs of carriage, of them when writing the will. Mr. ( aspirations to occupy a place on the su nd Frst Class LTnion Tailors to make them up.
We Guarantee a fit and
and which could hardly be due, one Moore, after the death of Mrs. Taylor, , preme bench. The attorneys in the
would think, to appropriation of profit
above suit were, on tlie part of the
Thursday, April 28, 1892.
Don't forget the place. WE ARE NOW IN OUR NEW STORE. UNION BLOCK.
by the shippers and handlers of graiu. court. Some time after this, Moore be plaintiff, the well-known firm of R. &
For a margin so large as this could ing the attorney of two of the daughters E. B. Williams and A. L. Frazer, and
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
scarcely lie absorbed by a set of middle of Mrs. Taylor, and being told by them Killin, Starr & Thomas for the defend
men, acting without auy very close co that they were in depressed circum ants. R. & E. B. Williams are well-
R. M. V BATCH.
operation, without the public beedming stances, informed them that their known republicans, who evidently
aware of it ami essaying a correction. mother’s will, as to the three heirs, was know all about the above matter, Our
The doubt as to the correctness of this invalid and that they could set it aside only purpose in publishing this article
J. H. SLATER.
as an explanation is borne out and for if their necessities compelled.
is to warn the voters against the elec
The tract of land in controversy in tion of an unfit man to a place on the
tified by a comparison of variations in
prices at the same points in different the suit above mentioned consisted of supreme bench.
years. This appears to indicate that seven and one third acres in East Port
GEO. E. CHAMBERLAIN.
THE CIGAR TAX.
the evil is progressive ;*that the force, land. It had been conveyed by the
whatever it is, which governs them is will which Moore drew for Mrs. Taylor
.Third District Ticket.
Cigars and tobacco are not the most
something out of the ordinary course to her husband. He, Moore and his
of trade, but that, at any rate, it has partner, then entered into a contract necessary and useful articles of con
J. J. SHAW,
tx?«n equal to the task of preventing a with the daughters to set the will aside sumption, but they do very well to il
rise in American prices to correspond and.sell the 7 J acres in East Portland lustrate the beauties of McKinleyism.
with European prices, to an amount of for $6000, and the daughters were to Of course there is an internal revenue
pay $1000 for this service. Moore then duty on them, but beside that the Mc
W. R. BILYEU,
something like 10 cents a bushel.
It is idle to apply the “visible supply” began to look around to find a buyer Kinley blight is put upon them also.
and sold one share to one Foster and The McKinley law raised the duty on
MEMBER STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZA . explanation, to say that the great
the other two shares to himself imported tobacco as follows: On cigar
and his partner. The evidence as to wrappers, not stemmed, from 75 cents
W. C. COOLEY,
price. For that supply is just as visible the value of the land is conflicting but to $2 per pound; on stemmed wrappers,
on the other side of tlie ocean as on this. the preponderance of the evidence shows from fl to $2.75 per pound. This is
JOINT REPRESFNTATI VE,
And it is not a range of lower values that at that time it was worth about really an enormous increase, when one
Tillamook aud Y’amhiil,
that awakens question, but a range of $11,000 to $15,000. As to the circum figures its percentage; it amounts to 175
G. F. WILLIAMS,
lower values permanently in one mark stances of drawing the will, it is enough per cent.
et than in another, although all the to let Moore tell them in his own lan Now this makes a closer, harder busi
forces of commerce have free play be guage. Being under oatli as a witness, ness for every tobacco-dealer in the
ABILITY SHOULD TRIUMPH.
tween them. Most people have been he said: “I copied the description (of country. Just as it is with woolens, he
Ability to fill the office should lie the i disinclined to credit grain spccculatlon the land) as rapidly as I could in order has to charge higher prices or else sell
qualification for a judge of the supreme with any such influence upon prices as that I might finish the will before Mrs. poorer gtxxls. The Sumatra wrappers
are needed in his business. The like
this would suppose, nor does that ex- Taylor died.
court of this state.
When I bad finished writing tne arc not grown or made in this country. 15 yards Cabot W sheeting
$1.00 15 “ Chailie, formerly 10c yd l.oo Arbuckles coffee per lb
Probably no opposing candidates on planationjseem conceivable, jxwitivc as
the republican and democratic tickets others
are that it is tlie right one. But will, I read it over to Mrs. Taylor and They are, in fact, absolutely necessary - 14 - 44
1.00 14 “ Standard blue prints
show us much contrast in ability as whether it is that or something else, handed her the pen with which to in the finer brands of cigars. Just as it
Alfred 8. Bennett, the democratic the indubitable fact seems to be that sign her name. She could not hold is with wool, the foreign product is
nominee, and Frank A. Moore, the re the American market is unduly de the pen nor make any move with her necessary, or at least very desirable to
1.00 5 gallon keg sugar syrup
1.35 Men's all wool suits heavy wt 9.oo
pressed as compared with other mark hand. The door was then opened mix with the home product to make a 12
Alfred S. Bennett is a self made man. ets of the world; that prices do not rise
1.00 Pratt's Astral coal oil per case 2.45
perfect article. But McKinley says, No, 2o
What he knows he has learned by his here as freely as they do where our Stewart came in, placed his hand upon you can’t have it. And in whose in
own exertions. No one helped him. products are sold, and that the farmer her forehead, felt her pulse and sat terest? Not that of the tobacco farmer.
He asked for no help. He was bound of the United States has something down at the stand by which I was sit It injures him. Just as it is with the
to win by his own strength or drop out more than a dumb unreasoning sense ting, upon my right hand near the “farmer,” it narrows aiid injures his
of the throng on the way to success and of injustice, has a fact on his side, when door leading to the adjoining room. market. The more freely the manufac
let the space occupied by him go to he complains that he does not receive Mr. Taylor sat at my left hand, my turer can buy what he needs abroad,
soma stronger and better man. He did the full beneft which the world’s de back being toward Mrs. Taylor. I the more freely and liberally he buys
not drop out. He has filled the space mand should bring to him in better then arose, opened the door leading to home product.
alloted to him on this earth in a credi prices for his products. The reason the adjoining room, and asked several
But there must be an object, a reason
table manner. He gained success by and tlie' remedy will call for serious ladies to step and witness the execu for such curious, wonderful legislation.
tion of Mrs. Taylor’s will, and among One will not have to search far to find
the ability within him. He is a hard and searching inquiry.
them asked Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Adams it. Scratch a high tariff law and you
worker and the people have found that
PRODUCE THE PROOF,
was the last lailj’ I asked, The others will tickle a trust every time. So it is
be is a lawyer in every sense. He has
all declined. Mrs. Adams came into in this case. And the trusts furnish
had charge of, and has tried more cases
The lafayette ledger has not only in the room. She had her wraps on. the “boodle.” And thousands of vo
in the circuit and supreme courts than
timated but has stated that a steal en The door leading to the adjoining ters who are buying dearer and poorer
any other man east of the mountains.
On the other hand note the contrast. tered largely in the construction of the room was left open at the time. Dr. cigars, and clothes and a hundred oth
Frank A. Moore is a justice of the court house in this city. This is rather Stewart, at my request, wrote Mrs. er necessaries, go on hurrahing for tlie
peace lawyer and has been buried in a bold statement to make but if they Taylor’s name, in the presence of Mrs. republican party, and kissing the hand
the little town of St. Helens. He has can prove the statement no one would Adams and Mr. Taylor and myself, be that is smiting them That is the
not applied himself to the study of law be more pleased to have them do so sides several other ladies who were wonder of it.— Telegram.
and has had no cases liefore the su than the T elephone -R egister and looking into the room.
The weekly Chronicle of The Dalles,
preme court of the state. He has, how the citizens of McMinnville. The peo Being asked by counsel: “What did
ever, applied.himself assidiously to the ple who were in office at that time are Mrs. Taylor say to you about how she an independent paper with decided re
study of politics and it can be said that all alive at the preseut moment and wanted the will drawn? Mr. Moore publican sympathies has this to say of
he possesses all the qualities necessary could be punished if it can be proven. answered: “She gave me no direc the nomination of A. 8. Bennett: “The
for a successful manager of modern Mr. Kiagery, one of the officials at the tion whatever and the only infor nomination of Hon. A. S. Bennett to
time of its construction is still in office mation I had as to the manner the supreme judgship, by the democrat
But, is it necessary that a judge of and we would request that he reply to the will should be drawn was ic state convention yesterday, reflects
that given me by Mr. Taylor and the highest credit on the party, that,
the supreme court should have this the accusation of the ledger.
As the years pass by, defects in the he told me to give it all to him. like its great rival, too often allows
ability in the degree possessed by
building are becoming apparent; the Mr. Moore was then asked: “When other considerations than merit and ca
Frank A. Moore?
roof leaks and the wainscotting is rot- you read the will over to Mrs. Taylor pacity to direct its nominations for
Wo think not.
Everyone knows that the democratic ting away. These things, however, are what did she say or do? He answered: public offices. Judge Bennett is a self-
party will only succeed in the coming the natural consequences of age and “After Dr. Stewart had signed her made man. The high place he now
election by the superiority of its candi the parsimonious county court has the name, and assisted her in making her occupies as a lawyer and a man, he has
mark, I asked her if that was her will. won for himself by the assidious culti
dates. Everyone is aware of the fact power to eradicate them, if it will.
that if they are elected it will be by re These defects do not signify a steal I understood her to say yes. It vation of a naturally high order of
publican votes and we ask the careful and we in al! fairness, ask the ledger to was in a low gasping tone. Mr. mental endowment and by unbending
comparison of the candidates for the su produce the proof of its statement. It Moore was then asked: "Why did you devotion to right principles. No one
preme bench by our intelligent republi makes criminals of the men the citizens not sigil the will as a witness?” He whokuows Judge Bennett will question I
can readers, feeling certain that it can of Yamhill county have elected to office answered: “I cannot now give any his sterling integrity or eminent abili
in no way reflect upon the ability of in the years past. It is not an idle definite reason except that I ty. Should he gain the high distinc
statement and should receive attention thought, at the time the woman tion of being elected in a state so over
the democratic nominee.
Alfred 8. Bennett is the foremost at the hands of the citizens or the men was not conscious of what she whelmingly republican, the interests of
was doing.” When Mr. Moore first the people will be as safe in his hands
lawyer of eastern Oregon. He has one accused.
went to Taylor’s house he says Taylor as I n those of any other within the con
of the largest and best law libraries in
the state, aud, he uses it. He is a stu The world has been supplied with asked him what he came down for and fines of the nation. More than this we
dent. The library was purchased for lithographing stone from one small told Taylor that Mrs. Taylor had 'sent cannot say for any man and less than
work, not for an advertisement or an section in Bavaria. This article of for him and that lie supposed Mrs. this is deserved from one who lias
confenerce is now on the free list and Taylor wanted him to draw her will. known the judge from boyhood.”
Did you ever hear of Frank A. M<x>re, this is the first discovery of the article He says Taylor then said: “Draw the
In the United States. The republican will and leave tlie property to me.”
If you did his name was not con
At the EVENDEN FARM, north of Happy valley,
nected with any great case. He is con heavy tax upon this stone in order to of the existence of these daughters, B lair —To the wife of Mr. Blair, near (the old Dick Longacre farm) seven miles northwest of McMinnville.
(Mrs. Taylor’s daughters whose names
Amity, April 23, 1892, a daughter.
sidered by his friends as the weakest
Your attention is called to our Magnificent Stock of
Weight 8 ]x>unds.
man on the ticket. By admitting this, ought to lx1 protected as it is a product he had left out of the will), at the time
you drew the will did you not?” He re Dr. Miles' Nervine for Nervous Prostration.
they admit that he has lieen rewarded
15 Head of Cattle.
for his past political services. You do rian litho stone should not stand on plied: “Yes sir, and for a long time
I Feed Cutter,
prior thereto, but in drawing the will
not notice much enthusiasm when his
3 Dozen Chickens,
I Set Harness,
I never thought of them; my whole de
name is mentioned. He is the wet
Sylvester Pennoyer would not now sire was to complete the will before
blanket of the republican ticket.
be governor of Oregon if he did not Mrs. Taylor died.” Replying to anoth
Eolding Sawing Machine,
Planet Jr. Drill,
Morally we believe that Alfred 8.
Of the Latest Styles and Best Quality at Lower Prices
have the courage of his convictions. er question lie said: “My partner, Mr.
Tools and other Imolements used on a farm.
Bennett should be elected supreme
TERMS OF SALE:—Sums under $10. eash; over $10, six months
People differ and the members of a Cole, and I made a contract with the feeble people should take, as tlie mineral potash
than ever offered in this market.
judge and we have no hesitancy in re
party differ. When hard honest work
which is in every other Sarsaparilla that •». e know credit with approved security at 10 per cent, interest, or five per cent,
questing the support of republican for the democratic cause is desired, Syl three daughters (Mrs. Taylor’s daugh of, is under certain conditions known to be
discount for sums over $10.
voters. Not only that, but we believe vester Pennoyer will be found in the ters) of the plaintiff whereby we emaciating. J. V. S. on the contrary is purely
JAS. FLETCHER. Auctioneer.
it to be the duty of republicans and harness and he will be in the front agreed to try the question of the vegetable aud stimulates digestion and creates
new blood, the very thing for old, delicate or
democratg alike to vote for him on the His fame in this state will not die be
We Deal on the Square,
to the East Portland property, in broken down people. It builds them up and
first Monday in June.
cause of the lack of judgment in a dém the consideration of the payment prolongs their lives. A case in point:
Belden an estimable and elderly lady of
to us, of a thousand dollars, 510 Mrs.
It is strange how ring rule casts ocratie state convention.
Mason St, S. F. was for months declining so
should we win the case.”
aside merit and recognizes demerit for
rapidly as to seriously alarm her family. It got
The state board of railroad commis
the good it has done the ring in the sioners is out inspecting the railroads i Again, Mr. Moore was asked; “You so bad that she was finally afflicted with fainting I
She writes: “While in that dangerous ;
past. No better illustration of this ex in the state. A lxiard of highway com first suggested, did you not. to Mr. spells.
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condition I saw some of the testimonials con- '
ists in Oregon politics than the defeat missioners would do the state more | Taylor’s daughters, that tlie will was ccrning J.V.S. and sent for a bottle. That marked !
' void as to them and might be broken?” the turning point. I regained my lost flesh and I
of Judge Boise in the republican con
j He answered, “Yes, sir.” Here, then, strength and have not felt so well in years.*' ■
vention. The republican grangers and
That was two years ago and Mrs. Belden is well
farmers must feel well toward the re
McMinnville is putting on a city is a lawyer who wrote a will, which and hearty to-day, and still taking J. V. S.
To be sold in tracts of from 5 to 50 acres at $30.00 an acre and
publican party for this public slap in look about the depot' grounds. Passing
one-fifth down, balance in I, 2 and 3 years, at 6 per cent, per
the face. After thirty years of service by there yesterday we noticed New was invalid. Moore did, or did not
| annum. Most all of this land is under cultivation; over 400 acres now
he it thrown aside in order to reward, York Central, Union Pacific and sev
| in full bearing fruit trees. All this land is within 3 miles of Amity.
if possible, a political worker. The eral other ears belonging to far eastern | did, he must have had a dishonest (Wr-
Over 700,000 pounds of fruit shipped from this point last year.
farmers and grangers should take this roads being unloaded. This city is rap j pose in view in drawing the will in the
For particulars applv to or address
matter in band and see that it is not
JUy 0 Sarsaparilla
the west side towns in the farm im i not, lie is certainly not a fit person to
Win. F. BREIDENSTEIN
an easy matter for the ring to deliver all
plement line. A little more uuited ef
the goods. Boys are all right in their fort and we would be the best commer- wear the ermine of the highest judicial Most modern, most elective, largest bottle. AXIITY FRUIT LAND COMPANY,
Same price, $L00, six for $5.00.
places, but the judge's chair is hardly cial center in the state outside of Port- office in the state. In either view of
I the matter every houest man in the
SOLD BY ROGERS BHDS.
one of them.
ROBBING THE FARMER.
HONFST MEN SHOULD READ.
OUR NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ARE NOW IN
OUR STOCK IS FULL AND COMPLETE
It contains some of the Finest Goods ever broght to this city. We ha\e both *
Round and Square Cut Sack and Frock Suits, and a X ery Large Assortment of
Summer Goods and our Prices are Positively Lower than the same goods are
sold for in Portland. XVe have clothing to fit the Large or Small, the Short or Tall.
MEN'S ALL WOOL SUITS AT S8.00 AND UPWARDS
OU® LINE Of HATS IS COMPOSED £ LATEST NOVELTIES
Usually Merchants conduct Clearance Sales at the end of each season when their
Stocks are broken and incomplete with only remnants to select from. XV e are going to offer
As we have concluded to make a change in our business on or about Sept. 1,
In order to accomplish our object we must reduce our present stock, consisting of
$20,000 WORTH OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
To $5000 or less if possible, if prices will be any inducement.
we have decided to make sweeping
So in order to do so
REDUCTIONS IN EVERY LINE FOR CASH.
Our stock is no cheap auction trash, of which the country is full, but are good
est values. Below we quote you a few of our prices:
And other lines in proportion. These prices are strictly for cash Produce taken at
cash value. Prices subject to market changes,
M. E. HENDRICK & CO.
Having leased and fitted up the Masonic Building, has
THE FINEST STORE
AND LARGEST STOCK
IN THE COUNTY.
Spring and Summer Goods
Just Opened up and ready for the Trade.
Our Spring stock is, we think, exceptionally fine
An examination will satisfy all that in quantity,
quality and prices we lead all competitors.
A. J. APPERSON.
ON SATURDAY MAY 7. 1892. AT 10 A. M
Opposition Boot and Shoe Store.
One Good Work Team,
ROOTS & SHOES !
FRUIT GROWERS, ATTENTION I
Finest Fruit Land tie Willamette Valley