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John Rice of Hillsboro is in the city
organization or as a public official,
shall at the request of two-thirds of this week.
The (»range store shipped two earloads
the party in his precinct, county,
F. II. HUtMIAHI, IrtitorA I’ropr
district or state, step down and out.’’ ■ of potatoes to Portland yesterday.
JL G. ECKHAJ, Avvedale Editor.
With regard to fusion the conven The heavy frosts of the past week have
tion spoke as follows: “While we are destroyed the peach blooms that were
As usual are opening up
utterly opposed to fusion, and know out early, but other buds seem so far un
Subscription $1.00 Per Year
active Spring Trade in
T he prohibitionists claim that the that it has brought dissension in our injured.
The burning out of a chimney on Mrs.
reform they stand for can never r be ranks, we recognize the fact that
Henry Shailden’s house brought out the
Reading notice»«in local columns 10 cents per
line for first week and 5 cents per lino thereafter. with either of the old parties. There sincere belief that it was best for the1 lire companies yesterday, and gave them
And all Lincs of Hardware.
Display advertisements, annuul rates, one inch
an opportunity to muddy their hose. No
per month 81; each additional inch 50 cents per is good evidence that decided pro country and the party; but while |
Obituary and marriage notices net exceeding gress has been made along the line holding these views, we declare? that
10 lines published free, if hirnhhed in time to of their desires within the past sixty no convention, caucus or committee
There are three little things which do
be current news. Additional matter lb cent“ per
More sold already this year than during all
years, and while it has been largely of our party shall ever again bind us more work than any other three little
a matter of education, in teaching the to any fusion agreement with either things created—they are the ant, the bee
last. They go like hot cakes, because
awful effects, direct and indirect, of the democratic or republican party. and DeWitt’s Little Early Risers,the last
FRIDAY, MAR. 25, 1898.
price is low and the quality equal to the
being the famous little pills for stomach
tin* drink habit, and placing about it With the ante election promises in and
liver troubles. Hill’s Pharmacy.
a consequent ban of disgrace, much favor of free silver still ringing in
KEPI HI.KAN STATE CONVEN
A Wandering Willie, who came from
of the reform accomplished has been the people’s ears, the democratic leg
through the republican party. In islatures of five states defeated bills
bound for Skagway or any other old
A republican convention for the state of Or
egon is hereby called to meet in the city nt As some very excellent papers just pub to prohibit the making of gold con- place, called at a house on Spring street
toria on • iiiiriluy, April M, 1-98, »it I I m * hour of lished in the Youths’Companion from
11 o’clock a. iu., fur tlie purpose of nominating
in Ashland for a “handout" recently.
candidates for state and district oilices, except the pen of Senator George F. Hoar,
“Why don't you work at some trade, in
eongreatnnen, and to transact uoh othej train
Full Line of Fishing Tackle. See us for bargains.
toiiiK It Alone Financially.
ness as may properly come before said conven we find the following evidence of
stead of tramping around the country?”
tion. The convention Mill consist of 285 dele
Iii the last presidential campaign said the housewife at tte home. “Trade,
gates, apportioned among the several counties progress: “The sound of the toddy
of the slate as follows :
much was heard of a financial declar madam, Haid the tramp haughtily, “I’m
12 stick wig; hardly interrupted in the
ation of independence. Some great a professional man.” “ What profession,”
4 bar room inside from morning til!
.... 3 night.
The temperance reform had advantages, by no means clearly de interrogated the lady. “Well, just now
C ooh .
1 not made great
headway in my fined, were expected to result from I’m an ‘after-dinner speaker,’ ” and his
“Men may come, and men may go,
. 8 youthful days. It was not uncommon the adoption of an isolated currency
go on forever,”—said Tennysonconcerning the river.
. 5 to see farmers, bearing names high standard of our own, obliging the
world to conform or suffer the con
... 8 ly respected in the town, lying drunk
8 ‘ W allow«.
To the E ditor —After reading Harry
.........5 i Wasco..
10 by the road side on a summer after
.12 noon, or straggling along the streets. embodied the idea in these resound Watkins’ dream about a hell
ing words: “We demand the free and J of republicans iny mind was refreshed
The Mirne being one delegate at large fur
_ _ _ each
1 with a dream I had on .Saturday night
county and one delegate for each 200 vote« and The unpainted farm houses and barns
fraction thereof of 50 votes or over as cast for had their broken windows stuffed unlimited coinage of both silver and
after the reformersf?) met in conven
Wm. McKinley at the presidential election held
in November, 1806
with old bats or garments. I have gold at the present legal ratio of 16 tion. I dreamed that I too took a trip to
The committee recommends that the prima
the realms of his satanic majesty. 1 was
ries be held on Saturday, April 2d, and the heard Nathan Brooks, who delivered
county conventions on Wednesday, April Cth.
consent of any other nation. We de met very naturally by his majesty. Af-
1898, unless otherwise ordered by the .several the first temperance lecture in the
mand that the standard silver dollar ■ ter a bath in the river Styx and a briin-
♦f Yatnhillers tnay go, but we remain to supply your 4*>
SOL KIRSCH, Chairman.
O. N. DENNY, Secretary.
men, say that after it was over he shall be a full legal tender equally | stone sling, I was questioned about the
wants in the Grocery line. Among
Portland, Feb. 2, 1898.
and the selectmen and some of the
these wants will be
FIRST IIIVI KK T (inVIXTIOV
principle citizens went over to the
tavern, and each took a mug of flip.’’ as will prevent for the future the I mentioned the reform (?) movement
A republican convention for the first con-
demonetization of any kind of legal j
gresBional district of Oregon is hereby called All temperance reform we know any
to meet in the city of Eugene, on Monday, April
11th, 1898, at the hour of 2 .30 o’clock u in., tor
great deal of noise about the wickedness
the purpose of nominating a candidate for legislative action, has been by the In the avalanche of public speaking
of others. This enraged him and set
congress lor the
first congressional dis
I that marked the campaign no phrase him to frothing at the mouth, and he
trict of Oregon, and to transact such other vote of the republican party.
business as may properly come before said con
vention. The convention will consist of 145 hibition
in Maine, prohibition in of the silverites was delivered with a wagged his great transparent tailand his
.lfelegatea, apportioned amoni
ng the several coun-
tic of the first district as . .ullows
Iowa, prohibition in Kansas—all due more swelling emphasis than “with nostrils smoked like a tar kiln. How it
Maine, a solid repub out the aid or consent of any other frightened me when he roared out like a
12 to this source.
maintains prohibition. nation.” There was something in it lion:
. .20 lican state,
Iowa, given over to the democrats, supposed to put all other countries
J ackaon ..
Piince! Jubiling, get my saddle and
12 defeated the law.
Kansas, largely in the background with one wave of Isjots ready, I must go up and see about
thia reform movement. I wonder what
The same being one delegate at large for each
county and one delegate for each 200 voters and ened by this party with resubmission, ways good for a big round of free my agent, ‘Union of Forces’ is doing that
fraction thereof of fifty or over, as cast for W*m.
McKinley, at tiie presidential election held in which means they desire to vote
he does not stop it.” I fairly trembled to
Less than two years have passed ace him draw on those red hot boots. He
The com in it tee recommends that the prima against keeping the law on the
The country will not be depopulated, and those
ries be held on Saturday, April 2d, nnd the conn
The prohibitionists make and we find ourselves involved in a questioned me further concerning the
ty convention on Wednesday, April 6, 1898, tin statute.
serious foreign controversy. The particulars. I told him it was a po ♦j
iest» otherwise ordered by the several commit one great error.
K. J. HENDRICKS, Chairman.
J. A. WILSON, Secretary
Necessaries of life cheapest at our Grocery.
the ultra reform they seek is, in the great conception of cutting loose litical movement. He was astonished.
nature of human events and in the from all the rest of creation will be “What, a reform in politics! Hurry
HEPIHLKAN COUNTY < ON VEN
light of all history, the gradual work admitted, at present, to be quite im- up with my horse or I’ll be too late. You
| practicable. We might have been don’t think they mean it?''
A republican convention for Yamhill county,
willing to sell our products on a sil “Yes, I do, there are two or three
Oregon, is hereby called to met I. at McMinn thut. party in favor of restrictive
preachers heading the movement, and it
ville, Oregon, Wednesday, April 6th. 1898, at 11
o’clock a in. for the purpose of electing ten del measures on the liquor traffic, as op
is sure to go.”
egates to the republican »tate convention to be
different view of their own trans “What, two or three preachers head
held at Astoria, Orcgou, on Thursday, April 14, posed to that party which always
1898, and also ten delegates io the republican
actions. It happens that it is greatly ing a political reform movement! Ha,
district convention for th« first congressional has and will stand for free whisky.
district of Oregon, to be held at Eugene, Ore Any other course is a waste of votes, to our interest to buy some foreign : ha, ha-a-a! Take back my horse, I won’t
gon, on Monday, April II th, 189b The eon i vn-
lion will consist of 171 d ilelegatcH
apportioned ah if indeed it be not an uid to the ene- J I warships, not only to strengthen our ] need him. Take off tnv boote. I’ll go
8 my, by weakening the strength of | navy, but even more to keep them back to Led. They’ll fix it!”
out of the hands of an adversary. Of |
I. L eft .
5 your friend.
ments—general debility, dy.speysia,
E h nt Dayton
course the trade is for cash, and it is 1
complaint«, etc., need attention.
North McMinnville 9
South McMinnvillo 11
There isn’t anything better for a
North Newberg . 12
blood purifier than our
ships cost in gold less than half the
The middle-of-the-road populists amount that would have been de
Dr. Lowe’s Sarsaparilla
. ... 6
The primarioB lor the election of such delegates
Nothing secret or mysterious about
will be held in the «evet ai precincts at 2 o’clock county, anil the fusion idea has been is true of all war material purchased Discharge from Her Ears —Top
it— simply Sarsaparilla, Dandelion,
)> in. on Baturdav, April 2d, 1898. It is desirable
Stilling!*, etc.—drugs you perhaps
After in Europe. Gold passes anywhere
that all republicans should attend such pri twice defeated in convention.
of Her Head Broke out in
know something about, and which
maries and pariicipate in the election of dele
arc recommended by all medical
a chaotic scramble over the chair in the world at the coinage value,
JAMES MeCAIN, Chairman.
works and physicians*
J. W HOBBS, Secretary
man's rulings in cases of proxies and while silver is accepted only as
Then it Is honestly nnd carefully made of the best drugs—like ev> rythitig else
doubtful credentials, a number of fu- , bullion outside of the country where Grew Worse Under Treatment Till We
that we make—and we give you a bigger bottle than you usually get unit charge
but 76 cents for It.
T here has been no change in the sionists became so enraged that they ' it is coined.
Gave Her Hood’s Sarsaparilla—-She
plan of sending the Maine report to had to seek tho open air. The Val
If any one had taken the floor in
Has Rosy Cheeks Now.
Opposite R. Jacobson A Co,
congress early next week, probably ley Record, a populist paper, thus the Chicago convention and sug !
Monday, accompanied by a message describes the thickest of the bolt:
gested that the day might come when
•• When my baby was two months
Being declared unparliarnentary we should find it highly expedient
from the president The prevailing
she cried night and day, and
impression seems to be that the pres on their first proposition, and out to buy foreign warships in a hurry,
seemed to be in great pain. She had * HO FOR THE LAND OF GOLD!
ident will intervene on behalf of Cu seating of disqualified delegates and he would have been howled down as
a discharge from her ears, and the top X
James E. Durham, who for the past 12 years has been in myemploy,
ba on humane grounds, and will be proxies, and having already exhaust a visionary, and totally lacking in
of her head broke out in scrofulous
has decided to go to that land, and while 1 regret, that he has done bo ,
in effect that the present warfare in ed their vocabularyuof invective, the patriotism. He would have been eruptions. The doctor gave me some
yet 1 wish him unbounded enccesB in his new venture. May his fond
fusion leaders had to seek the fresh overwhelmed with shouts that the thing to stop the discharge and ease
Cuba must cease.
est and wildest dreams of gold lie realized. To the people of Yamhill
air in order to cool oft. Bradshaw,
County 1 wish to say, that as in the past 18 years 1 will at all times
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proper thing under all circumstances,
have GOOD, COMPETENT MEN in my lines of busines-., Tinning,
As we go to press there is pros in Jackson county politics, rose and financially, at least, is to act "with I
Plumbing, Rootiina, Guttering and Galvanized Cornice Work. Thank
She Crew Worse
ing you for pHBt favors and asking a continuance of the same. I will lie
pect of division in the populist con put on his hat. “Mr. Chairman,” out the aid or consent of any other1
at all times prepared to full61 them.
vention now in session in Portland. repeated Bradshaw a time or two, nation.
That mouth-filling burst of instead of better. Tiie top of her
The opposition to fusion is led by “1 am through with you.” His friend eloquent self-sufficiency would have head broke out with scrofula. A
Young nnd Luce, who have quite a Sheriff Barnes, who had kept quiet ' spiked the protest, while thousands crust would form on her head and fall
and out of sight of the poisonous
off. taking the hair along with it,
number of followers
On Wednes Drumhill ull afternoon, also picked of democrats joined in the populist and this continued for two or three
day Luce of Grant county made an himself up off his seat. Jeffrey raised i yell to clinch the point. Neverthe months, when something seemed to tell
eloquent appeal against fusion, in his body off a chair; Socrates Howell, less, in buying the two Brazilian me to try Hood's Sarsaparilla, and I
which he compared democrats to sinking his chin down deeper into j ships we have saved several million did so, together with Hood’s Pills
whiskers and clutching his cane
and Hood’s Olive Ointment, boon
crawfish “legs at both ends, and his
with a firmer grasp, headed for more dollars by adhering to the gold stand I
The Discharge Stopped
when you come across one you don't air; Williams, with his head covered ard, and we have also made the dis
sores were rapidly healing.
know whether you have met or over with a dignified skull-cup. went down covery that there are emergencies in
took him Fusion, he declared would the aisle sideways shaking his fist at I which the rest of the world may be In n short time her hair grew out and
she now has rosy cheeks and is all
Chairman Holt and murmuring ven
overthrow the populist party
geance. The above geutlemen were i useful to us. Our foreign exports light in every way.-’ M rs . 1. L loyd ,
the bead of the “fusion push’’ and led ' last year, amounting to over a bil Spring Valley, N. Y.
Tut: question is by no means a new the bolt. As they were passing out i lion dollars, were paid for in gold.
Howl’s Sarsaparilla is the Best—in
fact the One True Blood Purifier.
one whether a minister of the gospel they threatened to turn loose the
tnav take active part in partisan pol seven vials of wrath. There were I one of our best weapons of defense
N. B. If you decide to take Hood s
itics. It is more a question of expe about fifteen delegates that walked i I is the much abused gold standard.— do not lie induced to buy any sub
out with them. Attorney G. W
diency than of privilege. Certainly White, who thought that Holt's ere Globe Democrat.
stitute. Get only Hood’s.
no one would wish to deny the dentials committee ruling was legal, ,
«nd your favorite home papar
preacher the right of exercising in J. W Marksbur.v and quite a numtter i T he names of Eugene Debs anil
the fullest degree every function of of fusionists who contend for regu Tom Watson of Georgia have been
and majority rule, remained in added to the calamity eranks and
American citizenship. But it will larity
the convention As the bolters were i ' jaw-smiths who will invade Oregon
have to be confessed, we think, that marching out the roaders applauded
during the coming campaign, and
the number who have succeeded The bolters organized in Wolf s hall who will shout loud and long for free
both 1 YEAR for $1.25.
creditably in combining the office of
The regular convention proceeded i silver.
CASH IN ADVANCE.
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clergyman with that of the politician with business harmoniously, and in
is meager compared with those who corporate») in its resolutions the fol
have made a failure of the attempt. lowing peculiar plank “That every
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Instances are not wanting of men i person becoming a member of this
who have made the transition from the people s party of Oregon hereby I Best t.> take alter dinner;
the pulpit to the political arena and agrees that at any time when he is present distress, aid dig»,
found their true calling and field of acting in any official capacity what- Hon.
fur. I, testable: <)■ net grip,
Sold by .11 droRlat«. » eenia
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fewer instances, perhaps, of men who
have undergone transition in the op
posite direction, but either calling
preseuts a field ample for all the gen
ius and all the study and effort the
grandest man has at command.
R. M. Wade & Co.,
War with Spain
Wallace & Walker.
Baby Cried Night and Day
0. O. HODSON.
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