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Yamhill County Reporter
U. I. ASHdHV, Ekllar A Prop,.
U. ECKMAN, Aaaoclwle Editor.
ing day. The volume of these con ' about *25.000 by inheritance, largely
flicting testimonies can only beliken- from ttie private estate of her brother,
ed to the traditional impact of the , and other property that was not con
I liscated by the Dole government
irresistible with the immovable.
TWO CAN»IO.»TH* »Olt UIVTIIKT
M lio They Are und VI hai Iterarci*
'1 hey Huvt M hat Ja< L miii
Conni >’ Paper* *a> .
state legislatures will occasionally From the Salem Statesman, May ,V.h.
subject communities to the trouble i Two joung men have uceii named, by
and expense of periodically voting their respective parties, as candidates for
Traction or Portable, Simple or Com
upon the question of equal suffrage I dialrict attorney in the l,d judicial dis
Reading noticesiu local columns 10 cent» per
trict. The republican candidate is Mr.
pound, Wood or Straw Burners.
line for first week and 5 cents per line thereafter.
for women, in order to get rid of un Julius N. Hart, of Dallas, Fulk county,
Display advertisements, annual rates, one inch
per month *1; each additional inch 50 cents per
and the fusion candidate is Mr. John A.
posetl amendment of this character Jeffrey, oOuleni, Marion county. Hart
Obituary and marriage notices not exceeding
10 lines published free, if furnished in time to
to the constitution received the sup and Jeffrey are both 31 years old. Both
be current new«. Additional matter 10 cent® per
port of a majority of the last Oregon were admitted to practice law by the su
legislature, while it is probable that preme court of this state, iu 1895. Mr
FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1900,
not ten per cent of the members fav Hart has been a resilient of this district
Members of the Bryan party are ored it or that not more than that for the past fifteen years. Mr. Jeffrey
Automatic Stackers, Wind Stack-
HII a X i I I Ju I .I!
REPUBLICAN TICKET-JUNE 4, 1900 using smiles and sugar-coated words proportion of the voters do. Cer has been a resident of this district con ers.
Horse Power«, Threshermen’s
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on those who were not with them in tainly only a small number of the siderably less than two years. Mr. Hart Supplies of All Kinds.
DHOTI Akin DO
is a man of a family, having a wife and
/»-WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES.
rim I LHIW, Un,
1890, and it is certainly amusing to women into whose hands the ballot two children, aged rtfqteelively 8 and b
For Congressman. First Oregon District—Thos.
years. His wile is a daughter of Mr.
H. Tongue, of Washington county.
dard democrat to come back to the cise the so-called right. A few James Dempsey, one of the early pio
party, by telling him that the repub months since, a number of women in neers of Fulk county. Mr. Jeffrey is
For Supreme Judge—Charles E. Wolverton, of
licans have made it impossible for Portland, prominent in church and also a married man. Hie wife is a daugh
For Food and Dairy Commissioner—J. W. Bai Bryan
to destroy the present society circles, published a strong ter of Mr. John M. Payne of Salem, and
ley, of Multnomah county.
J acob W ortman , Pres.
' E d H endricks , Vice I’res.
value of the dollar or to put the protest against the proposal to grant he was married a little over a year ago.
J ohn W ortman , Cashier.
’ A rthur M c P hillips , Asst. Cashier
Both have practiced law during the past
DIB'l RICT TICKET.
For Prosecuting Attorney, Third District—J. N.
of Oregon. The few advocates of the
Hart, of Polk county.
The unwillingness of the fusion measure are strangely silent, which state. Mr. Hart is looked upon by the
For Joint Senator, Yamhill, Lincoln and Tilla
outfit to face the questions of pro ominous fact is taken for an admis attorneys of this district as a young man
in00k counties—W. Tyler Smith, of Yamhill.
Of McMinnville, Oregon.
of more than average ability as a lawyer.
For Joint Representative, Yamhill and Tilla tection. prosperity, sound money and sion that the women who want to
moolt countlU- B. L. Eddy, of Tillamook.
The Oldest Bank in Yamhill County. Established in 1885.
expansion on the stump makes the vote are very few in number. The long enough for the people to find out
Capital and Surplus, $90,000.
good women of Oregon realize that what his abilities are in that line. He
YAMHILL COUNTY TICKET
Buys and sells exchange on all the principal cities of the United
For Representative»—Clarence Butt, of New in Oregon.
They are depending on their sex has performed its mission came from the let district in Southern
States, and draws direct on all the principal points in Europe. The
berg; E. F. Lamson, of Willamina.
the “still hunt” game and hope there in past ages, not by the corrupt in Oregon, w here he was elected by a small
accounts of Finns and Individuals solicited.
For Clerk—J. H- Nelson, of McMinnville.
by to make a fair showing in the poll, fluences of political ambition, but by plurality and acted as prosecuting attor
For Sherill—E. A. Aiderman, of Dayton.
For Treasurer—O. O. Rhude, of North Yamhill. when an honest appeal to the voters tender ministrations among their ney for two years, beginning July, 1896,
For Recorder—J. L. Hoskins, of Newberg.
and ending July, 1898. The Times, a
For Co. Superintendent—E. V. Littlefield, of on the only questions of vital inter feilow-creaturcs—ministering to the
est would overwhelm them with dis sick, the sorrowful and the needy, democratic paper published at Jackson Farmers are discussing the propo
ville, among other things, had this to say
For AssesHor—J. M. Yocum, of McMinnville.
discovering aud alleviating want, of Mr, Jeffrey, when he was the populist sition of stock running at large,
For Surveyor—C. E. Branson, of McMinnville.
which question is to be voted on at
and doing what in them lies to candidate there in 1896:
For Commissioner—Amos Nelson, of West Che-
the June election, and in the more
The election of senators by direct smooth the path of those to whom
"Little Johnnie Jeffrey has returned
For Coroner—J. M. Chapman, of Sheridan.
vote of the people is now being agi fortune has been unkind. How true from Klamath aud Lake counties, where densely populated districts they ap
tated and is undoubtedly a popular the saying that: “In this sphere he made the same speech twenty-five pear to be in favor, generally, of re
It is to be hoped that the “Bryan measure. The senate itself, how woman has gained her most unfading times. It was the old story about silver, stricting the freedom of stock. In
party” newspapers will read Con ever, may prove an effectual barrier laurels.” And in view of the glory the same abuse of the republican and those portions of the country where
gressman Tongue’s speech on the to such legislation, as a large num thrown around the pathway of mod democratic parties, bondholders, etc., the enforcement of the law might en
l’orto Rico bill and then tell the ber will prefer the old way of being est womenhood it is not strange that which he reels off without catching bis tail a hardship, it is claimed that if
elected. A number of their opinions so few of our wives, mothers and breath; but not a word about the duties no one expressed a willingness to
are on record, all to the effect that sisters object to being drawn into of the district attorney’s office, of which have the law enforced it might re
Bryan informs his audiences that it would be as easy to buy up the maelstrom of party turmoil. he knows nothing. Will the people lose main inoperative as to that particu
he will win in November. When conventions as legislatures and that When knighthood was in flower, sightoftheir best interests so far as to lar section.
nominated four years ago he told the there would be nothing gained by woman was shielded as a delicate choose this young pretender, who has
been seeking office ever since he was old
convention that he would carry every the change.
rose in a garden. Her mission was i enough to vo.te, to so highly an import The only objection that was heard
state in the Union.
to please with her beauty and to ant position? Like necessity, he knows when Ed Alderman's name was men In men's ami women's fine footwear
It is estimated that prior to 1890 perfume the world with her loveli no law ; but that cuts no ice with popu- tioned ia connection with the nomi for spring ami summer of 1900 are now
A large majority of the regulars in sums of money equal to two-thirds of ness.and to brighten it with her mani iites. The people will never rue any nation for sheriff, was that “he is in stock and ready for your inspection.
the Philippines re-enlist as their the amount of grain exports were fold charms. Hers was the duty to thing so much if they elect this youth, not well enough acquainted.” As The Utz & Dunn line of ladies’ and chil
fine footwear is our stronghold.
terms expire. They are evidently sentout of Oregon to buy butter, soften and to smooth, and back of who has already become a chronic office- Mr. Aiderman has for the past sev dren's
Their fit is perfect, their wearing quali
satisfied to grow up with that new eggs, beans, fruit, ham, bacon and this she was the source of inspiration seeker.”
eral years attended strictly to the ties are attested to by the hundreds of
my satisfied customers. Their appear
section of the boundless west.
other staples of this character. In and help to great deeds, But the The Valley Record, of Ashland, in duties as presented to him in his ance
and style we won’t try to describe;
1898, after the conclusion of Mr. Jeffrey's chosen avocation, he has probably
other words the cost of such articles selfishness of the modern complex term as district attorney, said :
you must see them to fully appreciate
Guerrilla warfare in Luzon turns amounted to $10 per annum for every life, aided by the designing politician,
failed to visit every section of his their beauty. But we will 1 ay that they
"District Attorney Jeffrey’s circuit
are the nobbiest line of footwear ever
out to be entirely different from what man, woman and child in the state. would rub off much of the delicate
county, as a less industrious 1 ; shown
court record for Jackson county :
the Tagals and their American allies At the present time not a tenth of
man might have done. But those
bloom of the rose. It would trans Plead guilty.. . . . 7 Number of
expected. The average is a hundred this amount is expended’for articles
. 6 indictments .31 who do enjoy liis acquaintance know
form the thing of beauty into a thing N'ot
Not guilty......... . ö
guerrillas killed to one American in of this kind produced outside of the
that, having performed with dili-
of political utility. It would even I Dismissed
the management of his farm i
state, and there is no reason why all turn the rose into a cabbage.
during these years, even
the mining region of the interior as
back to grand
The Dewey boomlet has fallen very well as that of Alaska and the entire
as faithfully will he discharge the du
Election of antis to congress would j«»ry, 7 once
flat indeed. George will still endeav market of the Pacific coast should
ties falling to his lot when he occu:
of the Big Boot.
or to obtain the regular democratic not be supplied with these products be a disaster to Oregon in the very times; total .. 10
his desk in the sheriff’s office.
hour of its brightest and most glori Jumped bail.........1
nomination at Kansas City. Failing from the Willamette valley alone.
ous future. The eyes of the nation Contiu’d for term 3
to obtain this, he will retire dis
At a meeting of the city council, the
are turned on us eagerly waiting to Indictments
yet heard......... 3 Conviction .
3. pastors of the churches in town, urged
graced from the race.
No man ever dealt the democratic see what the Pacific coast state that "With such a record staring au ordi p issing of an ordinance to close the can
party sturdier blows than President is to reap the greatest benefit nary citizen in the face, he would resign dy, bicycle and barber shops on Sunday,
AU the big states that have recent
ly been holding republican conven Lincoln, and yet the assistant demo through the expansion policy of the his official position in disgust and go off only allowing the livery stable to do busi
crats, the so-called former “silver administration will do in the election and saw wood, herd sheep or follow some ness on that day. It was passed, and
tions are out strong for expansion.
They want to extend the markets republicans,” presume to cull them so near at hand. The citizenship of other legitimate profession for a w bile.’’ some are objecting. But for the well be
selves “Lincoln republicans.” That fifteen million American homes is
Since his nomination in the 3J district ing ui the buie it is a good move.
for American farm and factory
Mr. Lincoln would have been an watching every movement of the a Jackson county populist paper, the Two democrats were discussing politics
Salt Lake, Denver. Ft.
honest-money republican had he lived Oregon campaign, wondering wheth Free Press, has this to say about him : quite earnestly, when one said: “We Chi
4 p. m.
I’ort hi nd
Worth, Omaha. Kan
sas City. St. Louis,
until this time goes without saying: er we are to endorse or repudiate the "Two years ago Mr. J. A. Jeffrey sold must not fail to vote the democratic tick 9:15
A vote for Congressman Tongue is
he was, as every schoolboy knows, golden opportunity for doubling our the people's party of Jackson county to et straight this year,” whereupon the
a vote for expansion, sound money,
the democrats for the nomination of cir other remarked : "There is no demo Atlant ie
Salt Lake. Denver, Ft
7 a. m.
Worth. (>maha. Kan
good government and gtxxl times. A that sort of a man. Alike intelligent Oriental trade, increasing the value cuit judge, and for his treachery got glo cratic ticket this year.”
9 p. m.
sas City, St. I.oui-,
and patriotic, there was nothing in of our farms, multiplying population, riously snowed under. Know ing that he
vote for Mr. Daly is a vote for free
Chicago and "Ea-t.
his career which warrants the sug planting new industries aud manu was a dead dock in Jackson county poli Mrs. Jane Curtis left yesterday for
silver, tint money, anti-expansion,
Walla, L< wiston
gestion that 1900, if his life had been factories throughout the length and tics, he moves to Salem where he is not
Spokane. Minneapo 8:40 a. m.
Bryanism and calamity. Mr. Daly
spared so long, would have found breadth of the state. Hon. Thos. H. so well known, and there gets himself
may not believe in these things, but
Tongue will be r«-e)ected by a hand
he is running on that kind of a plat
true of Lincoln that he was a repub some majority from this district, to the district convention and gets nom
8 p. m.
4 p m,
All Snilibg dale- sub
lican by conviction. He has done while Malcom A. Moody has practi inated for district attorney. At the state
ject Io ehHUge.
convention he would have accepted the
cally the same sort of a clean sweep
Porto Rico was not killed off by
Sail every s days.
nomination for supreme judge, and then 1
that tariff bill after all. There is mend the republican party to the re in his district. This state will pub- J probably would have gone to the nation
lish to the world that it is in favor ’ al convention and tried for the presi
Columbia River Stmrs
great activity on that island. What gard of his countrymen.
8 p. in.
To Astoria and Way-
the inhabitants wanted more than
dency. There is nothing small about
10 p. m.
A ludicrous incident of the closing ress and will set the seal of disap the Hon. John.”
anything else was u basis to work on.
6 a. m.
4:30 p. m.
They have now got it, are contented days of ex President Cleveland's sec proval on anti-progress, firmly and >
Ex Sunday Oregon City. Newberg,
m 1 ndependence
Some very close inquiries are being
and happy. and there is every indi
ami Way-l andings.
cation of the budding of unprecedent
W illamette and Yam
ex-queen of Hawaii, working for a
7 a. m.
A recent purchase of Eastern Ore dates for prosecuting attorney. Four
3:30 p. m.
pension or some other pecuniary com gon brouchos by Great Britain for . years is a long time for a man to oc
Oregon City, Dayton,
the South African service is au indi- cupy such an important office, and
The Pacific slope, from Puget
♦'» a. ni.
:30 p. m.
Sound to Lower California is a unit the wrong that Mr. Cleveland and I cation that something desperate is any man asking for the vote of the
Tne« Thur Portland to Corvallis 4
and Way -Landings. 1 and Fri.
for expansion. Western people will Mr. Gresham insisted in the early 'about to happen. It is doubtful if people should come with clean hands
no more vote to retire from the days of the administration was inflict the Boers can withstand a charge J and a good record.
Philippines than New Yorkers would ed on herby the United States in from the enemy mounted on the un
3.35 a. m.
Riparia to Lewiston.
9 a. m.
There has been so much sympathy
vote to abolish all Atlantic com 1 not fighting to keep her on her island tamed steeds. If they do. there is
" • H. HTRLBTRT, G. I’. A., Portland, Or.
meree. It is not difficult to convince throne. The dusky dame struggled bound to be a fearful mix up when for the Boers expressed in this coun
R hodes & R hodes , Agents, McMinnville.
business men that trade follows the hard to ingratiate herself into the, the performance begins. Hoofs, try that they are coming over to
social and political circles of the cap- i wigs, epaulets, false teeth and whis America to make their homes with
O< H Cl.I HRIM. 1.1 RT,
ital. She sang and received, linger- I kers will likely obscure the sun. and us when the war is over. I?ut over
An interesting fact in connection
We have special arrangements with
with u new overland train that is forward in every wav by her general I purpose to escape from the wild as they do now. in fact they will find
j the following leading publications,
many other conditions vastly dif
aliaut to tie put into service between manager without creating any stir. stampede.
whereby we are able to offer them in
St. Louis and Puget sound, by way As a reminder to Mr. Cleveland of
¡connection with onr own at exceedingly
A gixxi example of the education
low rates, aa follows: The R eporter
of Billing*. Mont., is that for nearly his unfortunate Hawaiian policy, she
the entire distance of 2‘HM* miles it has been a success, but in everything i of our people t»n the financial ques Bear* the signature of C waa . H. F lbtc HER.
Weekly Inter Ocean......................................... .tl.35
will run through country acquired by else her visit to Washington was a tion comes from Colorado. In their
la use for more than thirty year*, and
3 . St. LouisGlnbe>Dem»<rat, vml w*kly........ IM)
the United States at the time of the
74/ h'md You /fati Always Bought,
I i Rural Nortbwe*t. Portland, s«pmCTnnnthly... 1.26 *
been her motto, until recently she lieans of that state wholly ignored
' Oregonian, weekly.......................................... 2.00
Iziuisiana purchase, in 1S<>4
i has given up the struggle and sailed
1 McClure's Magazine, monthly...................... 1J5
f arr a < aid in One l*ny.
free silver and heartily endorsed the
Si ! The Pacific Homestead, weekly...................... 1.50
Take Laxative Uranio Qui nia« tablets.
These are the day»- when country for her home near Honolulu. She is McKinley administration. Colorado
’ oamopolitan Magazine, monthly................ 1 H6
The Weekly San Franetoco Call...... ........
papers <4 opposing political faith bitterly disappointed bv tiie failure . will soon be back in the republican All druggists refund money if it fails to
1 The Weekly New York Tribune......... ........
continue to receive assurance from of her pension claim, and says she iMlunn The American people are cure. The genuine has L. B. Q. on e»ch
• The Tri-weekly New York Tribune............... 2 00
all i>arU of the country that their re- will never again set foot in the Uni intelligent and know prosperity when
Demonic< Family Magazine....................
I McCall'a Monthly Magaatne........ ....... „.......... 1.30
•pecthre tickets are growing in fav test States She is about til years of they -ee and have it, and Bryan can Elder J.indeey is lecturing in The
; The Oreg n Teacher*’ Monthly
les this week.
or and popularity with each succeed- age. and enjoys an annual income of not convince them to the contrary.
Word 4 Works monthly) and Hicks'alm no ¡.75
Subscription $1 OO Per Year.
Jeffries “knocked Corbett out" in
twenty-three rounds at Coney Island,
and the yellow journals have some ,
thing to satisfy the cravings of their
readers. Now, what respectable
people want is somebody negro,
chinaman or Filipino preferred —who ■
can whip Jeffries. The whole busi '
ness should be put on as low a basis
F. W. SPENCER, Local
The First National Bank
The New Styles.