Of Conrad Mingus it is not necessary to say more than he is entitled to especial consideration at the hands of the people, irrespective of party, at this time. It is men of just such sterling worth, broad views and progressive ideas who are wanted in public life at present, when such determined assaults are being made upon the public treasury and upon the rights of the people. During the score or more years that Mr. Mingus has resided in southern Oregon no man can bring aught against his character. Closely identified with our best interests, we may rely upon it that he will look after our welfare with the success which has characterized him in every walk of life.
"Our County Ticket," Democratic Times, Jacksonville, May 9, 1890, page 2
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