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That tbi lAtfOVt Casli Store is tell
ing goods at the very bottom pru M
That our stock is new ami fresh, up
to-date and attractive; come and sec.
That we don't charge you anything
for looking at our goods, and if you
don't want to buy we are your friends
still. Corteous treatment and fair
dealing brings its reward
THE MAGNET CASH STORE
Clements & Wilson. Court and Cottonwood
THKT SHOULD COMB WKST
President McKinley has never Imii
ii v dilUnce want from the MiMouri
r;vr. il, indaed, tip haa eeer cross I
that stream. Praaident Cleveland wan
newer even tliat far on hia way towanh
the Pacific coast. Two prpaiilenta have
visitexl the coast, Harriaon and Haven.
President (.Irani waa here an an armv
oftloar, before becoming president.
Yet the United Htatea haa had many
preaidenta ainoe Praaident Jefferson
first aent Lewia and Clark on their
journey acroaa the continent and si. ice
the western half became the habitation
of several million of the people of the
coon try .
It ia quite surprising, to the thought
ful man, when theae facta are con
sidered. The Weat, although rich in
natural reeource beyond the dreams of
the early explorer, is the home of the
progressive portion of the nation . In
it are ecenea of great beauty marvels
of Nature' handiwork, the greatest
mountain on the continent, the
richest mines, the tinoat fruits of hus
bandry, and rivers not -less wonderful
than all others in the world. Mere vast
worka of development are t tx- dvM
Here mighty projects (or turning to
man's use that which is luruihed in
crude state by the Creator. Public en
terprise) are needed to complete the
:ontueat of the Pacific Slope. Condi
tions are here demanding careful con
iteration by the nation's chief execu
tive and the statesmen who control the
Matters of national import come up
from time to time at the capital, and
men of Influence dispose of them while
yet they have never aeeu and know
nothing of the section in which the in
Our moat prominent men would he
ashamed to acknowledge that ttiey had
never been in Kurope, yet few ol them
have aver seen the empire that lies
toward the setting un.
In no spirit of faoetinusneas is it said
that the haateruer aa a rule looks upon
this region aa the abode of red savages
and of whites whose lives are some
what in danger from the tomahawk
and the scalping knife. A clergyman
recently came to Pendleton from the
Kast. His friends wept at hi depar
ture and asked for a lock of in iiair,
last the Indians remove it soon after
he arrived here and betore he returned
to visit them, if tie eladetl the red
eyed devil who roamed tin country
resplendent with warpaint His
frieudu are not more ignorant of the
west than others living in the Atlantic
Mo man is tit to serve as president
Who doe not travel over his country
and become acquainted with the con
ditiona obtaining here and there. A
man who haa not eeen the "Coast" is
not tit to serve on an important con
gressional ooujuiitteu. Hi vision i too
narrow, hi knowledge too limited.
USSILL SAOK PROPHKT.
Kossell Hage predicts soother "Hlack
Friday," blacker than any day ever
experienced by the financial world.
Like all the Black Friday, if it comes
it will mean calamity for many ptosis),
Iu proportion to tiie greater magnitude
of gambling operation on Wall street
and those of today are vastly heavier
than those of Itm, the Black I n. la,
predicted by Mr. bage will be. There
waa rock lose speculation iu gold on the
Ntock Exchange iu Wall street, leading
up to Friday, Kepteuiber lH.lettW, wlion
many a financial houae went uuder and
many a bank closed its door. And on
Beptember IM, 1873, when the second
great panic followed a period of insane
Mr. bane's warning will not be
heeded, however. The spirit of wild
gambling baa possessed the country.
Bank are loaning on trust stock aud
bonds a collateral that could eaily
tail to nothing in value in a day. Fin
anciers are Just now loaded with ohli
gatioas taken ou in floating- vaat indus
trial scheme The tension on Wall
street is very great.
But perhaps Mr. bage is a false
prophet. Perhaps he is over-gloomy.
Perhaps be appreheuda uut the course of
eveaU. Although u, ami of Wall street
and its billionaire atoek gamblers, it
may be that Mr Mage forgets that so
closely are the industrials now wedded
in a common management thi the
managers perhaps amy absolutely com
mmaa Um bsotiauge and hold ut the
xu.iatwi over which tne recent Hurries
again, perhaps Mr. bage
uas taws ui commerce aud
of finance and of legitimate wealth
creation have Uti iliTegarded. and
that the law of compensation will
surety some day compel a footing of
the accounts that the lug nmnipu In
ters are now sustaining the market lv
buying the very securities thev have
put out for sale. and that popular faith
in the combination stocks is not
shaken . and further, that, when the
public, the great public, the little fel
low and the not verv big fellow and
the average operator who jnt takes a
"flyer" for the fun of the thing, that
when theae liegin to unload m a frenv
of fear that their little gdnhle on
'Change ia going to the liears when
they want it to favor the bull aide of
the market, perhaps that New York
Stock Kxchaugt will reai 0 or 4n
cents, in the parlance of ttie street.
Perhaps liussel Sage, miserly old
millionaire that he i-. has sounded tin
key note of a doleful sung that will
chant desolation ami ruin among those
wiio are todsy gathering their millions
in a aingle day, their millions on
Laughing at Plusssll Sag.
New York, May ' Wall street men
laugh heartilv over Kussell Sage's
prediction of another "Hlack Fridav."
They say it was a bear card played at
a time when the market has gone
agaiuat the veteran financier
MAKING A NKWSPAPKR MAN.
James Town ley, a reporter, waa
reared on a farm, ami consequent l
knew the meaning of work, wearniesh
and hardship, things with which every
successful reporter must become ac
quainted aconer or later. He was an
observant lad, appearing to see thinge
of interest that would escape the seri
ous notice of everyone else in the
neighborhood And one iUv he was
induced by someone to write neighbor
hood notes (or the weekly local paper
This waa the beginning of his
In the winter month Townley went
to the district school, and by rigid
economy and itif'sa Of 1 H hi- lather
made it ioesible for him to attend a
preparatory college. Here Ins formal
education ceased. But his work on the
country weekly had caught tin- eye of
the editor of a small daily in a near-by
city and he wa offered a position as
euburliau reporter at the princely
salary of a week. I it this capacity
he learned a great many things, chiefly
that the reporter who ' ruhe around
asking people, "Have you any news?"
may cover a large area of territory, but
till gather very little material I rom
this he concluded that a reporter needs
something more than legs.
And he put his first lesson Momethinu
like this: "Not one person in a hun
dred knows a news item from a sun
spot, and ttie reporter who depends
entirely upon his legs ma run over a
column story a doseu times a day.
liberation and .judgment aud a keen
peceptiun piav an important part in
the makeup of a successful reporter."
Next he wjh given di-partmen: re
porting, first amoug railway men and
then in the court. One day he sup
pressed the news of a small railwav
wreck, at the solicitation of the gen
eral manager of the road, and after
his . its editor finished lecturing him
about It he made another note (or fu
ture reference. It rati like this "The
man who asks you to do him a favor
by uelgectiug your dutv doesn't pay
i he secoml ilav o' n.- court report
ing there was a case where a so-called
"prominent citizen" went on a drun
ken debauch and fell into the hands ol
the police. After the prisoner had
'eei, assessed a stift line he aaiil to
Townley: "This would ruin me My
He couldn't .taml it. Here is tin to
buy something lor yourself and cigars
for the Uive, hut pleae sav nothing
alsuit tin trouble." Townley Uxjk the
110, but went straight to his chief,
told him the storv and laid the inonev
on hi desk. The cilv editor returned
the "bribe" and laconically instructed
fownley to "write the torv." Then
the reporter added this to his growing
list ol notes: "The man who u. t int.,
trouble should weigh the consequences
,,r. Hand, instead of tru-tinw to th.
newspapers to shield hiui and protect
In the main, perhaps, thi is a ifo.nl
rule, but like all rule sometimes it
i better honored in the breach than in
the observance. It should be of no
special moment jo the general read, r
Of newspaper,- that a "lirm nl
cituen" has imbibed toe- freelv arnl
fallen into trouble in consequence.
But it i of very great importance to
this man's innocent wife and children
that hi disgrace be giveu the least
iiussime putilleitv .
The newspaper man and the news
paper reader should ever bear in Bind
that to err i human. Where the
publication of a purely personal matter
can give no benefit to tl I .'. i . . - i .1
reader, but may bring sharp suffering
and disgrace on innocent persons, it in
not only charity but good now - judg
ment either to suppress the item entire
ty or to print it, if need be, with m.
tewni possible details.
Evidently Mr. Townley has leamed
would qualify hi rule were be
writlug it now. It i not iiecoaary to
print every tibug that happens to be
cousldertd enterprising. To know what
uut to priut often ia more important
than to try to print everything
In the field of
In these few words: "A good reporter
cannot be a partisan without being in
danger of coloring his news in conse
quence." Then, alter live veare ol
experience on this daily, covering all
orts id gasjaral and special woTk,
Townley was voted a success as a news
paper man. and a he was following a
certain set of rules for his guidance,
which he had formulated out of hia
own experieence, thev may he repto
din ed lor the benclll of other reporters
and tlue w ho aspire to enter news
paper work. Here they are:
Kxnress your thought in plain,
simple langnutte, and use two small
words rather than one huge one.
Nowspapaf renders haven't tune to look
Dp the meaning of words in the dic
tionary. Avoid such expressions as "lurid
flame," "along these lines," "last
st.l ritts," "as it were," "a red b'tter
day, and a hundred other phrases which
have be. nine hoary with age. Kven a
patient, suffering public becomes tired
of seeing the same thing da. after day
Always use the initials of a man's
name, no matter how much trouble It
is to inn I them, and be sure to -pel!
Ins mime correctly. A person can
never ouite forgive a newspaper which
misspells his name.
Don't believe everything that is told
von, but investigate for yourself.
Don 'I let vour Mrsoual likes and
dislikes creep into your news reports.
The public is entitled to the news and
is not interested in your ieronal
lie truthful and never sacrifice truth
to make a story read well. The editor
eniplnvs you to tell things as thev are.
Pon't try to dictate the policy of the
paper. That is what the editor is for.
The people of Kansas are more in
terested in the fact that i .overnor Stan
ley smashed his thumb while trying to
put down a carpet than in a revolution
Of course he learned many other
thniv's. hu! if lie learned the foregoing
well he certainly had improved his
A successful ros)rter must have a
fair education he is all the better if
he has received a thorough college
training, (or it broadens his lionxon ;
he 1111111 possess the ability to express
a thought clearly ami succinctly; he
must have h degree of tact, an easy hut
not a hold address, an unlimited
supply of energy, and, above, all, he
must le honest.
Townley learned these things in a
small citv, but his experience ia
equally applicable to the largest urban
community in the laud. He started
right. at the lowest rung of the ladder.
and he did not miss any round on his
upward climb. This is the only royal
road to success in the newspaer field
hard work, close application, un
divided interest, joined with the
ability and a good basic education.
A Strong Woman
Iowa t'itv. towa. Aug. 15. Mg
Mv wife was m.'k for three mar We tr1.il
Tsrthlne without r.b..f anil spi-nt DlS.Sk
mnnev Mv wife tried Wine Canlui an. I four
bottles our. .1 her HU.. t k two more botttee,
knowing she would have to work hnr.l .luring
thrh aarvset tai aMasdsd lo all her house
hold diitu-n and loaded anil unloaded all the
hav. This medtetne gars ear strength. Key
merlv she was wrak and tin . I and could hard",
set annul, but since she has bsM hiking Wins
of Cental she feel better and tronser than
wh.n B years, of ag. JOH. A MWWB Arr.lt.
Mm. Elsenhalrr had tried everything; during
hr thrts years ilcknoi and had inmt COflstd
rbl money. She w wek nd could hrdK
ftt shout for three ver helorc he took
Now, after Uklnif the Wine of Cardui, hr ran
work with her huiband in the hv field Tht
B hard work, but It It not i lnuriou to
woman' health at lbor in itorei, lactoriet nd
offltei where thound of .irlire clotely con
fined ver after vr. with the aid of Wine ol
Cardui woman can do any returnable work and enjoy lassj health. The
haalth that Wine of Cardui bring,) makes womn vigorous In body nd mind,
freed Irom those terrible devastating pains a woman growi well and strong
naturally. Wine of Cardui regulates the disordered menstruation and cures
leucorrhoea. Ulllng of the womb ni periodical nslns In the hed nd back
caused by standing or sitting a long time In the sime position. Thedlord's
BUrk-Drsught puts the bowels, stomach, liver, kidnevi and blood in proper
shape Greatlv Increased strength and endurance i trie natural result. Most
cases are cured quickly. All druggists sell Jl 00 bottles of Wine of Cardui
and 25 cent packages ol Thedfoed's Black-Draught.
Vor (MM Slid UWItin. tatBV SMBS. it... I H '"!' lWt' AitTlorr
..MMi Thr i:htuioof HelMM Cem.n;. I httnuo. Taaa.
Falling Hair vanish
before the magic touch of
N'cwbro's Herpicide, the
latest scientific discovery.
It kills the dandruff germs.
Dm troy the cause, you re
move the effect. Kill the
dandruff germ, and your
hair will grow ubundantly.
ia i . mm I....... l .
. ... l". .1 yu.i , uuii lur II. It
-1 in v troii. .lAi.iinifl. jk1 i n
wviu.ltutl. UIO..I SI. i.souain.
hor Sal at all hirst Class Drue Stores.
Frazer Opera House
Friday Night, May 3rd.
Clyde Kit t. - Uraat l'lay of the period ol th.' Amvrf. nn Itovohitlon.
The One Qreat Event of the Year
The Representative American Play
With HOWARD KYLE and
an Excellent Company.
Ami all the original scenery, costumes, properties, ett:.. as seen
during tlw lonn and memorable engagement at the Knicker
bocket theatre. New York
A Sumptuous Production.
Halo ol Soat Tuty, April t Tallinan n Dnnt store. I'rne II ). H.te mid .' rents.
townley could eptUiuiiae bis experience
At lowest rates
J. R. DICKSON,
fiaat Oregonian biillillnx.
Money to Loan
On city property at a low
rate of interest. Can lie re
paiil in monthly install
ment NO COMMISSIONS.
Will loan on improveii
property or will furnish
money to huihl with
Will lie pleatml t.. fifsj flu
urea of actual eott to any
oue needing a loan
FRANK B. CLOPTON
Hon Main Street.
u ol till' Uliill haltiful book, nn hh
aaassj aver u.ued u thai entitled Hasesj
MsmIi ." b) li. lawyer ol mi. Kiaiu i..-.. ......
In iu rlfili thouwii.i. This work of mi
erieii.o.1 n.l tepuiabiu physician is in ugrw
able SJMsaM W tile Tail sasj ol Uiac leni liuif
wliK-li nr.. will, on Iku luleretliiiK subject. Il
abound inoarefully cou.idcred and nra.-liial
4?ice, and lias the two great sieriu ol wis
doin and tluierity.
Il 1 endorsed by both be religious au
eei ular pre. Tliu Cbloacu sMvaaa ay: "A
perusal of Ibe book aud Ibi applitation of Its
principles will put beallb, bope and baart lutu
tbouaau.U ol lives Ibal an now ufferlug
through uorvoua luipareuieut."
TUe book is 11.. by mall postpaid.
Oue of the asost luleruatlug chapters chapter
sx, ou Nervinui and Nerve Toulus baa been
punted separately a a sample cbapiei, and
will be seul to any address lor sump by Ibe
publishers, TUB FAC1K1L 1'UBUtjHlNO Co ,
bos Uts, aau Vraucissu.
1 line loc
I times . Ise
J tlm Mi
ke sacb extra
COl'Nl 8KVKN Woltl'- In llll: LINK
one line, or mors, par week, si Ilia rat of IV per llM
Oin lln.y or morv. pi.'r tnoiitl. m Hi. ran ..f I ' ht Iiii.
1 time 30c
2 times.... 'Hx
3 urns 0c
lr ach additional
I time 2C
i times Sto
.1 tlmee V-
16. each additional
FOR SALE OR EXCHANUE.
A NKW SIX HiHtrtK I'OWKH UASO
llnc engiiii' and all fixtures complete, tanks,
piping, battery and electric sparkor, at a low
price or will exebsugo for cordwood J I'lnve.
1 time ,1K'
' .ui" - tor
3 times AOc
l time tno
-' lllllci. .Hll
I nati an-
'o each extra
I lime 1
.' times ;
.Mr each additional
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
T. K. HOWARD AKCHITKt T AND BD
perlnlendeut. make, complete and reliahli
plan, fir building. (u the city or country.
Loom 17, Judd building
J)U. W. U. OOIsB. OKKICK IN J I'l)l
Dulldlog urn. , bours. M to 12 a. m. ; i m
p. m Telepbone 77.
F. W. VIN01NT, k. D. orPIUB RRAR
ol First National Bank Office hours lu u U
a. m. ; 1 to 3 p m
DUH. SMITH A HKNDKUKON. OKKit'K
oeer Heudlelou Havings Bank. Teiepboua 31.
residence telepbone i.
H. H. (iAltKlKLlt. M. 1).. UOMK I A I'll
Ic Physician and Cargeou office In Judd
Bulldiun lelephoue: Office, bla k SO; res1
deuce. Hack is.
DR. 1). J. M'KAUL, ROOM 17, AHHOC1A
tlou block Tebspbone S3, resident e tele-
puoiic, uiacx in
SIIKKK a ' ol.K, C0NTKATOHH AND
builders Kstlnirtt--- luraiaaed on short no
tl.. lob work s ipeeiall I'romiH -er.i.s
. Hbooii II 1 is rr HNet, uaar M , slreel.
'D A. M.W CONTRACTOR AND
builder K.tiiuale. lurnished on all kluds ol
masonry, ccmcul walks, alone walls, en- or
ders can be left at the Kast Orcgouian office
BANKS AND BHUKERS.
rlllhl NATIONAL HANKDK ATHKNa"
oregou I 'aplu: sSo.Ulu, surplus and profltl
i.,UUU. Interest on tim depoelU Deals In
foreign an I .loMestli exchange ( olle. llon.
uniuipln alien le.l i) Henry e. Adams lire
fdent; T J. Kirk, riee prssnlent. E I Bar
ntt cashier; Mrs k L. Baruett. aasisuui
OBTKOKATHK PHYSICIANS, DBS.
Kays A Kayes. Office, oue block wen n Ho
sou a to re
DU. LYNN hi. Hl.Ak.KHI.ICfc,, CHHONK
aud nervous diseases aud diseases ol women
Opp Hotel, cor. Water and stain Sis. l'eu. Ile
THh I'KNDI.KTON HAVINdH HANK
Pendleton, Oregn i Organised March I. l!i
capital, .iU,U iuu.fest allowed on time dc
posits Kxcbauge i.. igni and sold ou all prin
cipal l'inu Hpeclal sllenllon glyeii ui oeUSC.
lion- V I Kurni.l presidem I N leal
; Tlcwpree'deut; T. i. Morris cashier
K. A. VAUUHAN, DKNTI8T. OKKit'K
In Judd Building.
A. L HKAT1K, 1). D. fT OKKlt)K OVRB
earing Bank, (ia administered
K A. MANN, DKNTIHT, IN AlsBOOU
tloi Block, oeer F. B. Clopton'a office.
t'ARTKK A KAI.KY, A'M'OKNKYH AT
Law. Office lu savings Bank Building
HKAN A LOWRLL, ATTORN KY8 AT
law. Room U Asaoclaliou Block Pendle
T. O.HAll.KY, LAWYKK. OKKICK IN
Judd Building. Peudlelou, Oregou
BTILLMAN A PIKRCI ATTORNIYtl
al law Muoius lu. II. .. au-i U Aaao lallon
THK HARM Klt'B HANK OK WKHTON.
VNesiou. Oregon Doe. a geueral banking
business Kx.hange bought and sold. Co"
lecliou. prompily atieu.le.1 u Affairs in mosi
exeeheni roiidition, ami so ruporied ipon by
investigation committee ul responsible eliiseii.
Officer: K Jameson, prwsident. deo W
roebsle. VI. . ,resl,lein,. M I'l.rce casliiel
J. H Klllgure, assisiaiii cashier, directors
O A. Hariman M f loluis, T J Pnce.U. I'
frTT Klllgore, ncberi Jameson o.
nRstT NATIONAL HAMS QV PRKDLR
ton. Oaplul, I7U.0UI surplus.leVi.ua Iran
acts r geueral banking business kxebanae
an. I telegrapnli Hauliers sol.l on incago Han
Kran. i.. N8W York and principal points In
the Northwest lrlls Drawn on ilnua Jai.an
and Kurope. Makes collections ou reasonable
terms Levi Aukeny preeldeut ; W V Matlock
vice president; I'. B Wane, vaahier 11 t
Ouerusev aaslsiani cashier
N. HKHKK1.KY. ATTORNRl Al LAW
Offico lu Aasocialion Bio. x
K. D. BOYD, ArroKNBY AT LAW.
L, H. HKKUKK, ATTOBNKY AT LAW
JAMKHA KKK, LAW OKKIOK IN II in
IN HOl'.N'D- THK Kill. I iivt'i vii iTV"
i t"?Jiu!il u."uu 'I'lV' ,,,e,, "I' ' th"
i 7"'"' "in nun ai lie expiraiiou
ol teu dav. lor cost, and expenses
ne wiiite gr,. horee, weight about II..
l-oiind,, ge aboui luyear., branded P on right
One dark iron gray horse, weiglii about Ufa
Dated April a. isoi.
J IIEATHMAN, CHy Marshal.
IN POrND-THK FOLLOWING in.
eribsd annual has been taken up by the
I MarsllM ami mil I.. ...I. I .. . . i 1
of leu day.lor co".," and u"""''"
, OB brown bald-lacixl horse Sboul II y,.r
...I, branded ball ,..., M right In p. w.-igl.t
i uboill MU pounds
Dated April ;S, ltsjl
J- M. HKATMMAW, Oil) MaraAal
SJ.00 per Day and Upwards
i laati Hotel
In lac t'acllit
...i I II ss . ,1
AIH TO JUT UN DEB OAK
UlU psss. ou shslVM. walls, or
lor wrapping purpoaaa
Naislartannr o'n newspapers lu large
llvWSUaUCra bundles of on hundred
l in n Hints 1 1 package
M ii litrt!i' one Bieh Will
rcii'ivt' tiic MIIDC thOfOtlfh
.in.i Mfaftll Httontion. II
Bf M the (ortSWi it may
In lime gitrw lu the hitter
hv tln MltllfMtloa yon will
derive In WMfing our
J. F. Rfbimon, Prop. Tslephonf 60
Equal to any
in the world.
BRKWBRYW own BOTTLIMO.
Ilitrhlv rWfrWIIsMinilaj to gUDlljl trmh
Kverv liidtU- fully timvantl .
Schultz Brewing Co.
Oregon Lumber Yard
For bCtM "I'll dwttltnBi
('InvAper tlinii tin.
I III I III HU; P i per,
Ltmc ami Cement,
Krick and Sand,
Screen Doors At Windows,
Sash and DtMiru,
Terra Oitta Pin:.
Borie & Light, Prop'?
Alta St , opp. Court House.
and Lumber Yard
Can boII cheaper thn
any firm in the county
because they buy in l
quantities. If you n
lumber or any kind or
mill work call and get
R. F0RSTER, - Proriel
KsKMlal attention given
to ('iiiislgiimenu .
Don1! Steal a Man's Time
Awa-Irom lilin In buying gixiili when i,
XJ?R' '" C '"' ''' HI am"? It
But If you want to gat your nal imiieat
tSrJSt .!" "M "aid la. h "
auurs. Wh.ps.oioves. Hrusue.. Comb. Venil'
Joseph Ell, Prop.
Hold by JOHN HCIIMIDT
The Louvre Saloon
9m nhksssn m. Paul. Ht. Iioali,
aas City, Ht. Joe, ( n. alia, ami
All Points Cast and
Portland and point
on the Sound.
Arriviw Monuays, wean eei lavs saw i
1 1 M a in 1 iieedaje, Tbursdays aae I
s w ami a in
iMparts dallv oxi-epl Him. tar atSSDf JJ
Vofluloruiallon rtsganllng rale sail sat
TI1.m1.II.iiim . ul1 fin , , . - ' M
H. M CAl I'KKHKAl), Q. P. A..
Walla w alia. Wean
I Hay ft Co.,
Buy aud sell
St ickH, Honds
for caah or ou utarglus.
New York stock Echanfe.
Chlcaa;o Stock fcxclia,iKe.
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