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FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1900.
REPUBLICAN TICKET-JUNE 4, 1900
For Congressman, First Oregon District—Thos.
H. Tongue, of Washington county.
For Supreme Judge—Charles E. Wolverton, of
For Food and Dairy Commiaaioncr—J. W. Bai
ley, of Multnomah county.
For Prosecuting Attorney, Third District—J. N.
Hart, of Polk county.
For Joint Senator, Yamhill, Lincoln and Tilla
mook counties—W. Tyler Smith, of Yamhill.
For Joint Representative, Yamhill and Tilla
mook countits—B. L. Eddy, of Tillamook.
When you get your sample ballot
study it carefully so that you will
make no mistake when you get into
the voting booth on election day.
Remember when you come to Con
gressman for tbe first district, that
the name of Thomas II. Tongue is
fourth on the list.
Sympathy for tbe Boers might be
fittingly and feelingly expressed at
this time by the secretary ofagricul
ture showing them a map of a few
sections of western farm lands, wvilli
a view to future immigration.
Washington, Jefferson, Madison
and Ben Harrison were each a presi
dent, and each married a rich widow.
Dewey emulated their laudable ex
ample in respect to marrying the
rich widow, but he made the grave
mistake of not getting himself elect
ed president before the date of the
that A inerica lias developed perma
nently from a borrowing toa loaning
country. With four hundred million
in the treasury and banks, the Cour
ier regards America as well equip-
ped for the jiosition of Europe's
SOUTH AND EAST
SPECIAL SALE !
Once let tbe people <
patching and amending the state
constitution, and there is no telling
where the craze will end. As it now
stands, tlie constitution is complete
and comprehensive, and under its
provisions a great state has grown
and prospered. No amendment of
the constitution ever proposed has
been carried by vote of the people,
and this good record should still be
maintained after the 4th of June.
When greater necessity than now
exists may arise, the constitution
can be amended.
The Shasta Route
15 pieces of Japanese Malting AT COST. Want
to close them out. Prices ranging from 1 ic to 23c.
Regular prices 15 to 40c.
Leave Portland................... 8 X» a m.
Leave Albany................... 1230 p.m.
Arrive at Ashland ........ 12-b3 a. m.
Sacramento............... 5:00 p. m.
100 tloz towels—15, 20, 25, 35 and 40c kind-
Prices now nc to 29c.
100 Men’s Hats, large sizes.
$1.25 to $3; now 87c to $2.10.
120 pairs Men’s Pants.
$4; Now $1.30 to $3.10.
Those persons who stand ready
to accuse Mark Hanna of manifold
crimes, chief of which would be that
of contributing to the campaign fund
in Oregon, will not have the chance
to see their hopes verified. In this
connection the Evening Telegram
says: Mark “Hanna has sent no
money to the republican state com
mittee, but instead has written sev
eral letters of encouragement to
Chairman Steele. In a recent epistle
he said he had the grip, and wound
up the communication by saying be
hoped the letter would find Chair
man Steele enjoying the same great
blessing. The last letter said Han
na’s grip was better, but whether
the grip referred to his hold on the
sack or not was not made clear. At
all events, no money has come from
him for campaign expenses in Ore 44
Regular prices $1.75 to
180 prs Men’s Shoes, sizes 9, 9% and 10, broken
lines. Regular prices $1,50 to $3.50; Now $1.05
Los Angeles................ 1:20 p. m.
El 1'H’O.................. ó . IK) P 111 •
.6:30 a. m.
City of Mexico......... 9:; a. in.
.4:00 a. m.
New Orleans., ..........6:25 p. m.
Washington.... ..........6.42 a. m.
New York....... ...... 12:43 p. m.
7:00 a. m.
6:00 p. m.
6:30 a. m.
9:55 a m.
4:00 a. m.
<>.25 p. m.
6.42 a. m.
12:43 p. m.
Pullman and Tourist cars on both trains.
Hopgrowers have learned by ex
Chair cars Sacramento to Ogden and El Paso,
perience that it is not always the
ami Tourist ears to Chicago, St. Louis, New Or
leans and Washington.
part of wisdom to contract hops.
Therefore growers are apt to hesitate
Connecting at San Francisco with several
before contracting their 1990 crops
steamship lines for Honolulu. Japan, China,
Philippines, Central and South America.
at 8 and 9 cents.
YAMHILL COUNTY TICKET
For Representatives—Clarence Butt, of New and it is highly probable that prime
See MR. W. MERRIMAN, agent at McMinn
berg; E. F. La in son, of Willamina.
hops will be worth 12 to 15 cents be
ville station, or address
For Clerk—J. II. Nelson, of McMinnville.
fore another year.
C. H. MARKHAM,
For Sheriff— E. A. Aiderman, of Dayton.
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Gen. Passenger Agent.
Fur Treasurer—O, O. Rhude, of North Yamhill.
For Recorder—J. L. Hoskins, of Newberg.
Idaho republicans favor expansion
For Co. Superintendent—E. V. Littlefield, of for the same reason that republicans
in California, Oregon, Washington
For Assessor—J. M. Yocum, of McMinnville.
For Surveyor—C. E. Branson, of McMinnville. and various other commonwealths
For Commissioner—Amos Nelson, of West Che-
favor it—because they believe that
the possession of islands in the At
For Coroner—J. M. Chapman, of Sheridan.
lantic and in the Pacific will help to
Traction or Portable, Simple or Com
O ver in Colorado, where the wo extend our commerce, and they wish
pound, Wood or Straw Burners.
men vote and hold office, the follow all benefits possible to accrue to the
ing toast has been proposed: “Here’s people of the Pacific coast.
to the ladies; once our superiors,
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now our equals.” Should the pro Mr. Jeffery says that Mr. Hart’s
posed equal suffrage amendment car friends were the first to begin a cam T h 1» I 11 ndIdntea for District Attor
ry, this grand hailing sign will be paign of personalities. The first ar
county in No
appropriate in Oregon.
in the Salem Journal and was devot vember, 1896, by about 1000 votes, ami
Automatic Stackers, Wind Stack-
k I|\VL| I Jt/ |!f|
A n organization of Indian war vet ed entirely to a misrepresentation J. A. Jeffery in June, 1898, about 18 era,
Horse Powers, Threshermen's
llUUOlaLL VO UU
erans at Albany recently passed the of facts in reference to Mr. Hart. mouths later, ran on the fusion ticket for Supplies ot All Kinds.
nnnTi azin nn
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES.
PORTLAND, OR. Is spent in your Shoes. Why
“Resolved, Now, since Mr. Jeffery’s record as a circuit judge of the first district, and in
not see to it that the Shoes
That it is the sense of this meeting public officer is being aired, and he Jackson county he got 1050, and lost the
county by 400, which showed he lacked
F. W. SPENCER, Local Agent, McMinnville, Ore
that our Representative, Thos. H. is gett ing a dose of his own medicine, about 1400 votes of getting the Bryan or
are right. It costs no more
Tongue, has not done his duty in the he thinks a personal campaign any fusion votes in his own county, which
to have them right if you
matter of securing pensions for In thing but proper.
shows the estimation in which he was
buy them at the right place.
dian War Veterans.” This action
held at home. He was so disgusted that
J acob W ortman , Pres.
E d H endricks , Vice Pres.
of the veterans would indicate that
Now that the democratic party is be soon left the district and came to this
JSF’Sign of the Big Boot.
J ohn W ortman , Cashier.
A rthur M c P hillips , Asst. Cashier
they are being systematically hood so anxious for the independence of district, and is now a candidate for dis
winked by somebody, and this being Cuba, it is interesting to note the trict attorney.
Mr. Jeffery seemed to be offended be
the year of the congressional elec Cuban plank of its platform of 1860,
tion, and Thos H. Tongue being be which was as follows: “Resolved, cause the Salem Statesman published
Of McMinnville, Oregon.
fore the people for re-election, it is That the democratic party are in fa ilis record, and wrote the editor a letter
complaining because that paper did not
Tbe Oldest Bank in Yamhill County. Established in 1885.
plain to be seen who that “some vor of the acquisition of the island of publish the trial and final conviction of
Boots & Shoes
Capital and Surplus, #90,000.
body” is. The truth of the matter Cuba on such terms as shall be hon the defendant in the case of the State vs
Buys and sells exchange on all tlie principal cities of the United
is, it has been Mr. Tongue’s work to orable to ourselves and just to Spain, Lawrence. He concludes his letter by sar
States, and draws direct on all the principal points in Europe. The
accounts of Firms and Individuals solicited.
try to convince the 359 members of at the earliest practicable moment." castically saying: “It was really too bad
the house that Oregon and Washing This merely reflects the views of to convict a man of murder in the first
ton soldiers campaigned for months democratic presidents Jefferson, degree after indicting him four times,”
and fought pitched battles that a Polk, Pierce and Buchanan, who fa etc. That is not the point, The record
great commonwealth might, be given vored annexation of Cuba, as is his was published to show that Mr. Jeffery lawyer of ten years’ standing, and “four” stitution has carried us safely; and we
possesses so little legal ability that he years’ experience as prosecuting attorney do not believe there is any demand from
to the nation; that these Indian war torically proven.
to make four attempts before he when the truth was he was admitted to any considerable number of our people
veterans instead of defending their
could properly prepare an indictment practice law only five years ago and nev for amendment to it.
own homes, went hundreds of miles
Only at its peril can the democrat
Lake, Denver. Ft.
for murder, which is so simple in form
Worth, Omaha. Kan
4 p. m.
to defend settlers in other localities ic national convention vary its plat chat any law student could easily pre one term, his southern Oregon demo which, in its judgement, would not mar
sas City, St. Louis,
9:15 a. ni.
and to perform duties that the gov form from that adopted at Sioux pare it properly.
cratic and populistic friends, who claim it, unless it be the one to strike out the
ernment ought to have performed Falls, and the end, it matters not how
Salt Lake, Denver, Ft
That Jeffery made four attempts before he sold out the people's party in that clause that forbids free negroes to enter Express
7 a. m.
Worth. Omaha Kan
and which it shamefully neglected. attained, will be inevitable disinte he got the man indicted once, is what district two years ago, might not have the state; and inasmuch as this clause 9 p. m.
sas City, St. Louis,
In condemning Congressman Tongue gration and death. If the party is the records show. This is what run up
for the non passuge of the bill the to rehabilitate itself that work would the costs and made the alleged "trouble warded them to this district for publica may still be disregarded, as it ever has
Walla Walla, Lewiston
been. Let us put a quietus on this craze
Spokane, M innt a pu 8:40 a. m.
veterans ure attacking the only seem to be cut out for 1994 rather of the state in the Lawrence case. Per tion.
li-, bl. Paul, Duluth,
friend that the bill has ever had in than 1000. At present the demo haps if Mr. Jeffery had not commenced
The Prnpo«ed Amendment«.
congress. He has luborcd faithfully cratic party cannot get away from
8 p. ID.
From one declaration contained in tbe ot the batch.—Oregonian.
4 p. m.
to secure its passage, but has done Mr. Brvan and his platform, and he abilities so soon after the state conven
All Sailing dates sub
tions, and got it into print that he was a state republican platform the Oregonian
ject to change.
so against great odd.«.
cannot get away from his record and
The Reporter office is printing the tick
dissents. This is the declaration which
Sail every days.
his speeches. The populists have
et for the coming election in this coun
If the principles advocated by our hitched him to their cart, and are
the constitutional amendment for ail in ty. There will be 26,000 of them.
Columbia River Stmr*
democratic and populist friends ure making the pace with the democrats
8 p. in .
crease of the number of justices of the su work is complicated ovew former years Satti rday
the same, then they should compose hitched on behind.
10 p. m.
preme court from thrice to five. This bv the recent change in road districts,
one party. But if they are not the
And .«lie does not understand why. Her cannot be a parlv matter. The Orego some precincts having as many as three.
G a. m.
4:30 p. m.
same, then as a matter of principle
Decoration day, tbe one day of the work used to seem so easy. You could nian is of the opinion that such increase
Ex Sunday Oregon City, Newberg,
they should be entirely independent 365 set aside by the legislature for tell her whereabouts as she worked by should not be made. The simple wav to
tbe snatches of song which now and
A party should represent principles, paying tribute to the memory of our again overflowed her happy lips. And
’ 1 relieve the supreme court is an act of the
Willamette and Yam
7 a. m.
3:30 p. m.
IL. '. head
---- 1 legislature cutting of appeal of petty
aud the success of a party should be patriot dead: a day when the nation now she can hardly keep up.
Women as Well as Men and Sat. Oregon hill City,
pains, her back hurts, and she feels cases for small sums.
a triumph over these principles. mourns and the republic bows her entirely
The Oregonian feels it its duty to warn
The late “Bryan" convention in this head in grief, should be kept sacred What is the mat
Are Made Miserable by
6 a. in.
Willamette River. 1 :30 p. m.
our farmers, laborets. business men and
Tues. Thur Portland to Corvallis 4 Mon
county represented principle on one to the purpose of its dedication, it ter ? The proba
bility is that the
an<l Way-Landings, i and Fri.
owners of property against this amend
hand, and thirst for office and power | is gratifying to note that baseball, stomach is disor
ment, which will doubtless have tlie sup
on the other. Thirst won uiul football and bicycle races have not dered, the liver is
Ki pa ria
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis 8:35
port of a class of politicians and small
am. i Riparia to Lewiston.
brought with it the poison of fusion been advertised as attractive feat
whole duty. Poi
lawyers who thrive on litigation and who courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
9 a. in.
to the higher feast. The democratic ures of the sacred day.
and cheerfulness soon
The people sons are accumu
do not want any measure adopted that
W. H HP RLBCRT, G. P. A., Portland. Or.
disappear when the kid
lating in the
party sacrificed its autonomy, while will repair to the cemeteries next
R hodes ä R hodes , Agents, McMinnville
will decrease and interfere with their
neys are out of order
blood, and unless
the populists made some concessions Wednesday, and' pay loving tribute these are removed,
“business;" but contrariwise, want this
Kidney trouble has
in order to seal the compact which it to the memory of those whose names and the stomach
amendment of the constitution as a
Ibecomo so prevalent
<>l I« Cl.I RIXINO LIST.
was thought would enable the hybrid are dear, without having their grief and organs of di
that It is not uncommon
gestion aud nutri
party to wipe the earth w'th the re intensified by the harsh voice of a tion cured and
for a child to be born
Already the laws of the state give too
We have special arrangements with
afflicted with weak kid
publicans on June 4th. The nomi nearby ball game.
much encouragement t<rlitigation. They
following leading publications,
neys. If the child urin-
there is liable to
nees for recorder and sheriff were
invite contentious persons to go to law
ates too often, if the .whereby we are able to offer them in
be a serious ill
on «mall causes, and even trifling pre urine scalds the flesh or if. when the child connection with our own at exceedingly
the biggest morsel for which the p Instead of being a borrowingcoun- ness. There is no
texts. throwing upon the public the ! reaches an age when it should be able to low rates, as follows: The R epórter
democratic party sold itself, ami the 1 try, the United States has developed medicine can
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
equal Dr. Pierce's
part, and often the whole of the bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause ci and
populists are getting a little jealous | into a loaning nation, and is regard Golden Medical
burden. This machinery of judiciary the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first Weekly Inter Ocean.............................
because all the campaign funds are ed as practically Europe’s bunker. Discovery for
already is much too elaborate. The su step should be towards the treatment ol St. Louis Globe-Democrat. semi-weekly......... 1.50
being expended for the benefit of I A Berlin newspaper, the Boersen prompt
perfect cure for
pretne court is said to be behind in its these important organs. This unpleasant Rural Northwest, Portland, semi-monthly... 1.25
these candidates. If the populists I Courier, asks and answers why diseases of the
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the Oregonian, weekly.......................................... 2.UO
business. Then let the legislature relieve kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as McClure's Magazine, monthly........
can succeed in raking these chest j America ships Europe gold when stomach and
it by cutting off ippeal in petty cases.
The Pacific Homestead, weekly
most people suppose.
blood It strength
nuts from the ashes of the wreck , Europe owes four hundred and tiven- ens the stomach,
Women as well as men are made mis Cosmopolitan Magazine, monthly..
Five amendments of the constitution,
they will doubtless be given a pat on I ty one million dollars for excess of purifies the blood,
proposed by the legislature, are now erable with kidney and bladder trouble, The Weekly San Francisco Call......
and both need the same great remedy^ The Weekly New York Tribune........
the shoulder, and the rejuvenated its imports over exports to America nourishes
nerves, and brings back the happy days pending and are to be voted on in June The mild and the immediate effect of The Tri-weekly New York Tribune
democracy's text will be “Popu- during the nine months ended March of health, when life is all song and The Oregonian hopes all of them will be Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It is sok Demorest's Family Magazine......................... 1 75
McCall*« Monthly Magazine......................... 1 30
rejected. The men who made the con by druggists, in fif*y-
lists, you have done a good work, 31 this year Conceding that the sunshine.
" 1 suffered ten
from __ a ___
The Oregon Teachers' Monthly............. .......... 1.»)
cent and one dollar
and have made it possible for us to t interest on European capital invest- case of liver complalut. conslipa..on tndigee-
Word 4 Works .monthly 1 and Hicks’alm'nc 1.75
suppression of monthly function, and kid
were about. Their work is the result of sizes. You may have a
get power, but we must build up j ed in America lessens Europe’s debt tion.
sample bottle by mail
nev dilate. too," writes Mias Lula M Buttle,
Ivor. Va "I also suffered excruciating paiu a profound study of constitutional sys free, also pamphlet fell-
Ron.. ot swwnp.Ro«
At Astoria Wednesday a gale struck
our party and again make it strong . two hundred and fifty millions an- of
in mv back and head I am glad to «ay that
tems. and the Oregonian humbly thinks ing all about it. including many of th« from the southeast and caught a large
lx bottles of Golden Medical Discovery.' three
You have (wen honest souls, but pos j nually. and allowing liberally for tbe vial* of Dr Pierce s Pleasant Pellets, and two that no improvement can be made upon thousands of testimonial letters recetvec
number of fishing tmats. They were'
bottles of Compound Extract of Swart-Weed’
sessed a zeal far in excess of knowl I money American tourists spend, the cured
Certainly from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmet capsized and the fishermen drow ned.
1 gladlv recommend Dr. it. yet these many years.
Co.. Binghamton. N. Y., be sure ant
I Courier is forced to the conclusion Pierce’* medicines to a» MiWererx."
during more than forty years, this con-1 mention this paper.
The number of lives loet is not known.
McMinnville Grange & Farmers Co.,
The First National Bank