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That tht Magnet Cash Store is sell
inn Kols at tha very hottom prices.
That our stock is new and fresh, up
to (l ite and attractive, CO IDA Rltd HM,
That we don't charge sou anything
(or looking at our fJOOde, end it you
tlon'twanlto buy we are your friend
still. Corteous treatment and fair
dealing bringi its reward
THE MAGNET CASH STORE
Clements & Wilson. Court and Cottonwood
TUKHDAY, MAY 2s, 1901.
Aii opportunity in now offered tot At'
tornny- lenernl lllack ho rn toexemplltj
t Ik- MMtiM ui lllaekstono's laeehlngl,
anil to shuttle the politician wli
often uses an elective hKiil or ) Of 1 1 0 1 M 1
ntlicn to servo the hiicIm of party or
Qaoega w. Davis, bfuerly oltrk ol
tlie school land hoard, is pros i i.il
livtheoator of the statu' fund to thn
extent of fill, 000. Davis wa" appointed
when Sylvester I'eniioyer was Kiivarnor,
Ueorjre W. Mcltride (more lately
I n it. Slates senator serretarv "f
state, and Phil Metscluiii INMONT,
the three laiing the state land board.
1 hrouiili neiflect id mnnr person or
persons, the luniks of Davis wen- par
tnittssl to remain in a had condition,
until last winter, Inn", after Davis liad
Itone from In nil the -UinrUife n
Now Attorney-General Blackburn
cncides that he ha- pursued the in
vestiKation ordered, to the eml thai tu
bas proven the defalcation. He write
to ex-( invernor I'eniioyer, sutrest inc
that the latter make good tie- f.ll.iHXI.
(iovernor 1'ennoyer replies that lie
voted against Davis' appoiiitnieiit, and
that Metschan and MeBflde rated lor
it, and su guests that the brunt of the
MMM must h plaod on them- tw re
publicans, inasmuch as it was their
candidate who was guilty of tin- crim
inality. This is a well taken point The ,
pie of the state will not In- will tag to
entirely exonerate the democratic ex
governor, who, as the head of the state
government, was in duty hound to see
to it tiiat Davis righteously adminis
tered bis trust. Kut, the people oi the
state will (eel tiiat ex.t ioverimr
I'eiinnver should lint be a scapegoat,
bear off int" the wilderness the -in- ol
his two repnhl lean associates, who
were iputi- as much Isiiinilon Id fiw
Davis' accounts and coniiel from him
Were lilackstone, the patron saint of
the lieiich and bar, to come from hn
giwva.be would reiterate seine oi heau
tiflll teachings as to tin- lofty Klamlanl
of ethies tn which the lawyer should
attain. And the lawyer, retained as
counsel (or the state of Oregon, would
hear some line sent intents from that
same lilackstone antnt the Davis can-
lenge. lie had made M record so clean
Md sportsmanlike thai the American
people have almost reached the point
of wishing him success in wresting the
cup from the .New York Yacht club
in whose possession it has remained
from the beginning.
Some unlucky star shone when Sir
Thomas' men cut hsise Shamrock
second from her ways and sent her
into the water. Iir.t DM and then
another mishap hai occurred, until it
is cause lor wonder that Sir I lionai
does not give up the attempt and men
tain vow that the cup mav remain in
New York forever, so far a concerns
him. Hut. apparently, he has tin
i- r i. in- of a genuine subject of
John Hull's sovereign and has regis
tered a vow to kis'p at it everlastingly
until be gets that cup.
Inasmuch as men will have amusi
ment, it is tortiinatc that so couspicii.
oils an example is offered of clean.
gallant, manly contention for the su
preinacv, such a- l.ipton presents in
hi cup race manoeuvers. inmil luck
to Sir Thomas l.ipton, and mav tin
New York Yacht club concede tin
extra tune akel in which to repair
the Shamris'k, and may she give Con
stitutiiiu. tin- defender, a race lit for a
world ol sport to witness.
PIOHT OF Tin HIUH SBAS.
James .1. Hill gave out an interview
in Minneapolis the other day, where
in lie makes a notable utterance, aua
lyiing the situation in peculiarly
simple and lucid manner:
"The light is on the high teas. The
great trail. i contest i between the
I '.i -1 lie on the one hand and the Sue
canal and Cape Horn on the other."
"it is not a tight between this sec
tion, or city, or road, or the other, at
least so far as I am concerned. It is
a lug question of trallic development;
it is a quest ion -of commercial develop
ment ami industrial development (or
tin- country at large.
"( lur compel iter i.- not here, not in
New York, noi in Sao Krancisco; be is
on the high seas Our tight is national,
or rather, it is international. Our
problem is to get hold of the commerce
of the I'm-1 lie mean and bring it across
the Pacific and across u,e I'mted
stales, instead of allowing it to be
diverted around the globe via the Sue
canal and Cain1 Horn. "
HOMK mil IN CAMAS VALLKY.
I In- position ol the slock lin n in
Southern Umatilla county, that they
will keep outside husbandmen from
their ranges, is certainly a striking in
stance nt home rule. Those lamas
valley dock and herd owners are law
abiding men ol almost uniformly good
character. They are good citizens
I hey are industrious and fillgal, pist
and houest. They possessed the (run
fill Camas vallev in an early .i ami
iade it an abiding place of prosper
oils, contented lam i lies. lhev have
built up an industry founded upon tin
use of the range lauds as u necessity to
continued production of beef and dair
-mil And they (eel that they cannot
justly be deprived of the dsn! their
herds need, by having outside men
come from a distance ami pasture
their stock at the settlers' very ilour
Of course, no one will contend that
they have any technical legal right to
assume such ail attitude as thin h.no
assumed, nor to enforce any such ruh-x
as they have formulated. Hut they
rightl) mregard il en techno. i
ties of toe law, and stand upon what
they and all fair minded men will
concede to be rights higher than any
that are coiiservisl by statnte.
It is likely that public opinion will
support them in their contention, and
that even the courts will respect that
which all men know is often higher
than all statutory law the right of
self-preservation, for thai il BSaOtl)
what it means to those Camas valley
A THUK UKNTLKM AN L Y IHISHMAN
Every lover of true sport will -m
pathixe with Sir Thomas l.ipton, the
Irishman who has again challenged for
the America' cup races. He came her.
two years ago, lost the contest, bo'
won the respect and even the admiru
tioil of the American people for bin
manly attitude during the dnhciiltie
that occurred at that time. He exhi
bited the qualities o( a gentlemanly
Irishman and, in the Hearing of those
who know what is a true Irish gentlc
inau, who can pay a higher com pi
went? Hir Thomas was not daunted,
but ".luckily .umc again to the dial.
In regard to stories of his being en
gaged in a trallic ligtit, .Mr. Hill said
Now, looking at it broadly, what is
the situation.' What of our commercial
luturn.' Turn to our rati- of population
growth. We are iloubllilg every thirty
years. We have multiplied more dur
ing the last Ihirly-llve years than dur
ing the on preceding. I' rem the laud
ing of the Mayllower down to the clone
d the civil war we grew .to, is. 10,000,
hut since we have increased 41,-
000,000, At thm rate, during the next
tlnrt vears we mav grow to l.'si.tnin,
"What shall we do with this popu
lation now many can we use in man
ataatariagf We employ less than oin
inarter. At the moal not over one
third, or 00,000,000, can lie employee!
in in nuilacturing, railroading, tradi
and the professions The bulk of the
remaining 100,000,000 must go to th
laud. When- will they go.' Not P
New l-aiglaml. with its rocky and un
prisluctive hills. New huglaud, tit
use h term in physics, is tilled to II
"Nor will the South take much uf
the increase, Willi the exception of tin-
Latin in tin x from southern r.urope
No, the great increase will Is in tin-
valleys of the Ohio, Mississippi, Mis-
soar: and westward, the fertile prairies
of the great central West and ImivoiiiI.
wherever irrigation is possible.
"Now, then, what will these 100,-
". .', in i, op the laud ol the west pm
luce rood, will they not? That will
prisluce the three great stapl f
trallic final, fuel ami shelter but final
in the main.
"Now cross tlie I'acilic and what do
we hint Millions of people, and
what can lhev buy'' What can a man
who earns a shilling a day. and that
i- the average wage of the linen l, buy
d us,' Can he buy luxuries',' Can he
buy any great amount of manulac-
tured gissls at all.' No. He will buy
only what he is compelled to buy lu
sustain life. He will do most of his
own m, null I. turnip alter a little, lor
lalsir with him is cheap and plenty.
'lie will want ol us only the simple
staples, as grain, provisions, raw
cotton, etc., from which to weave his
cloth, and perhaps n little lumber,
coal and some hand tools. Hut his
principal demand will He for food
just the pnslurts whirh the present
(Kilning population ol America's great
central and western MMM is prepared
"So here we have a big trallic pro
position to place the great surplus
staples of central and western America
at fin-door rif the Orient, and bring
back from tha latter anything that we
can use. The future has in store fori
us along this line a vast commerce.
'The next attention is: How shall it
be handled: bv what route shall it go''
-hall America handle It, or Knmpe'.'
Will il go by the I'acilic or by the -lie
and Horn'.' I hope that America will
handle it, iind h the I'acilic. tocog
raphy and nature declare it and trade
cannot resist them."
"What is tlie status of the Hurling
P.n deal, Mr. Hill?"
"The purchase of the Hurlingtmi bv
the Northern roads i accomplished.
The condition that two-third of the
Hiirliugton shares be deposited (or ex
change for (ircat Northern-Northern
Pacific bonds on or before Mav 'JO ha"
been more t Iiiiii met. In fact. OB tier
cent of the shares had been deposited
w ith the directors on Mav Is, when I
left New York."
"How about tha control of the
Northern I'acilic'.' Have the Union
I'acilic interests bought the road, as
"The Northern I'acilic," said Mr.
Hill, with a smile, "has not changed
hands. It is in the same control that
it was, and under the same trallic
pol icy. ' '
"Does the purchase of the Hurling
Ion by the Northern roads, then, Im
ply that the Hurliiigton will handle
Ureal Northern and Northern Pacific
freight east and south ot the Twin
"The Hurl inglon, ol course, along
with the other Chicago roails. There
are six good Chicago roads and tbev
must always interchange their trallic."
"Alter all is said, we railway
managers are largely automatons. We
must move as nature mid commerce
dictate. We succeed onlva We obey
tha great natura' laws and the public
interest. As between roads ami mag
nates, it is a case of survival of the
littest. Who is the fittest which road,
what route" That which geography,
gravitation, climate production, popu
lation, commerce, and progress select,
control and support. The others nrist
pass from view ."
The Dalles bad a hot wave on Sun
day, the thermometer registering Ho in
OPEN ON JUNE 1st, 1901
W.J. CLARKE & CO.
HARDWARE A PLUMBING.
205 Court St., Opera House Block
The Original WoneBtenhirt
BEWARE OE IMITATIONS.
It is highly approved fur the de
licious llavor which it impart:; to
Soups, Fish, Game, Meats, Salads,
Welsh Fan-bits, etc.
ThU Hlirnstutf h r. wry tttl.
Is based on theprini Iple,
"Destroy tie' caui . ymi
rvtuov e the elli-cl ."
llerpii ide kills t he
amni thai oao dra
tlrutl'hy iligging up the
scalp us they burrow
their pesiiferons way to
the hair nsil. w hi re lin y
finally destroy the hair.
Without dMdiufl pour
hair will grow luxuri
step- dandruff' uinl tall
in,.' Icor, and starts jiair
rowing within lOilaya,
One hoi lie will convince
you of thlti
'or s.i at a i inl-CU.-
The Navajo Coal and
Owns 7J0 acres patented landaand 1 500 acrea petroleum placet
locations on Navajo Uivut. Archiiiet.i county, Colorado, 15000
feet ol lumber on the grounda. 4,000 cash mow m the treat
ury. 500,000 harci non ,1 weaaible itock in treasury tn be
used tot development work.
Wells will be drilled on tip property within lixt) da)
Samples of oil may be seen at the hardware store ol T. C.
Taylor. In ordei to better prosecute the work tha compan)
now oilers lor sale go000 shares oi stock at
10c per Share
' par value oc ) Alter July 1. tOjOt, the company will sell no
stock at less th 151 per shun.-. Nu agents, but above number
of shares, Ig0,0 , can be had at 10c per share bygpplyiu to
any ol the undersigned incorporator, luilorc July ist, 1901, un
less sooner soi.l
T. C TAYLOR, C. It WADB,
ROBT PORSTBR, J II RALEY,
J R, DICKSON, f T
J II. ROBBINS,
P. 11 CLOFTON,
MUST BE SOLD j '
Th enure itock of the
obi Wile B Allen Musi,
Co instriiiin-iits in make
room tor a larc ami 1 0111
plots line oi planus. ir
gnna, small muw'c i la
itrumenta ami 1 h t
music now on tin- road.
Call ami si . the stock.
You can save $lO0 in , i 5
on ,1 pjg HQ,
Tht uloriei f Sprisg
The garniture ol summer, are
shown in the run ami matting
beautiea are diaplaj in covering
lot voiii Boon iliirinj; the warniei
months Nothing more cleanly,
iinm dainty 01 cooler can be found
thai tha ruattingi we are ghowing
iviixs hum 751 tip to $40
Mattings as lov as 1 51.
t iiderlaklug a Spu-ialt) .
Main sin-el m-ar Btidgn
Piratchtaa tuner m attendant 1
Wakefield & F ailing
n.11,1, 1, kuic Bleak,
foro W )
U.iok f U
ColMir j Hu4i 1 Cutlc,
hist-isi iMtaUaa given
I 'in 1 1 W car . blackheads, simple rashes,
red, lOllgll hands, falling hair, and
bgby biatgUahga prevented by (,'UT!
( uka S,mu, a sure preventive of in-
jgininglinn int filtfajglng of the Porag,
Hl'l tlir.ulmUl lh Woild foTTSH lltL'U 41CHIM.
COMI II-,' ,UwkM. ll.Cli. IlkJluUMi,.!!
Hoia by JOHN m iiMi,. .
The 1 tmvrc Saloon
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1 1 1 lie-
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col ' nt IgVKN WTOKPM ii
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line, or more n-i niitm
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1-OH S A LU OR KXCMANUK.
rHK KIM-.M ilKMJlAN IIAUKH ANH
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iiiiii,. Iiuinin fan, -1 nr.-Mi, hi i:,e e(.i ol nb
lillry. I'riWM rSSSUIISbl. Ui, Angi'le. IWIgUll
Hum ' i Mr- H 1 HQII, M.iiisk'T. Nu s'
Wen In. nu ti , HullUilli Ore.
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l loili-u.U-iii uiatr. i-uuini n- mi n-lisi.
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A M-; tUX HOUHK POWMB UAKU
Il . nt, , ,1 II M C.llll .l.-IC Ul,k,
piglllf, lisn.-ry mi. I siaclria SMrkar, ! U
urice, or will eiiTiaiue lur conlwoo.1 J Clova,
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siiKiik ,v UitLK.CONTUACTOUtl ami
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l ui Tsispliuue 77
o- ilAV wntka;tor ami
ttlliMI h.liiuai,-. iiirin.in-.l 00 h killdl ui
Mary, wuii-iu walk.. ui(. wall, nr ur
111 be Mfl at the ha. 1 UrUWlH ottl. .
UANKb ANU UHUKKKS.
IttK t A KM Kit K It A N K l) WhSluS
butiuean. gkOoMM Uoiwlii ami aol.l vSf
' !",',"" Pr,""r" MhNKUd lo A9.lr, , mo1
IriTstllWtlWi rwmllUiii of muuuitti!
ottci'ra K Jauit-aou pre.nU-at
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o A liarliusii M H.Jolni
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V, W, VIM KM, M. II. OKKIt'K Bit AH
ot Kirn National Hank OBlcc Hour, in lo I'J
in , I to i u ui.
UltM. HM1TH A HKNOHUSON. OKKIUK
m.-i I , n lu iiiii .s lagi Hauk lcloptioui .
re.i.U-iic,- ivli-pbuua .i.
H. 8. liAltKIKUli, M. P., HOMK PATU
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sl,ier. .tirei t.,r
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houori Jauirou, U, M
Ilea it t I cadidK a
mav tiii-leail liim soiiH'tiini's,
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lanndrj lath; umth--- y f -,
nrfisti-- lanndry v..rk that he win
,.v..r tim! a BUM laadlng ona. oer
bi iditite laundrj work i- the acma oi
hiah grade axaalfnnea in tht" Una, we
,i ,, (blrti, "'liar-, eelh and twdaf.
wear in a manner that keeps then, in
tine condition, a- eii - looking hs
ifissl as naW, at nil times.
ihimestk Steam Laundry.
Oregon Lumber Yard
wo' i 0UT1 BBS
Kor haru" ami dWHIIingl,
Olieapei than tla
Building i a poi .
Lull, ami ' fill , 'lit,
Hnck and Sstnd,
Serec'ii Dootall Win laws
S.ish and UwifaV
i grrn Gotta Ftp
Borie & Lijjlit. fV(ip',
Attn St , onp, Court Mouse
W'litdi ymi drink
Quftnnteed not tn
oaiiM hotdftohG or
Ask for if.
Schult Brewing Co,
I he I'lace to Buy::.
I Where yon eat, m qaM
ami aheap prices, p,,. .
vi ,i r onler for l.a(ir
water tanks ami f,.P, r
ing DBpBT, Tar
Screen I hu,rs j
A- Doom, Terra
( 'otta Pipe,
K. hUKSILR, - PronnW
loney to Loa
i n t ity property nt a .
rate of intnrest. Can Tl,
roM in monthly install-iiientM
Win loan on Improve!
property or rHI fnrni,h
money to MlIM with
Will Is- pleased to gTfg fl
nres of actual rant tn any.
one iihihI i ui- a loan
rn a ivriy r -. .
Moo Main Street.
IV I T I I . .
mM "te il w il
Under New riaiiairenient.
J. W BANCKOFr. Prop.
n u.- iiinl 'i rs-r ilay, Mealnar
SH-cial Kales liv II,,. nionth
II'-- HO e 111 Ihe ell. I...
Hll t Sll trains. Crse nmillr rimu
Klselrle llahUi ami Hw.m
t".',r f.niir-t inH Ink.... n
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IKhveri'il I'romptljr. ftttrnt KiKhi
isininarie . I ...i-
OfBai rear of Sav . ntfsJtank,
A. C. SHAW & ill,1
T, i. skwki.i., MiMggr,
ars ' .
Yanl mi Vats Sliet
OeeaaHa Hum itnigM Deeef
We are pggfggggg to huabil anvthu,..
., .1. . 1 1
oi in.- oiiiiiht niie an,
l,r' hi he .1- ,'il(i,
than othurs. We also
line of DiKirn, Winil
i in. sin. Halt Lake. autur fori
Hurtlaad Worn,, llmalia Kan
Spvclal sas Otty, Hi. IxmiU,
'i' l.'liirafii auit Kasl
I ill-lull. j
All nil' Kali Lake, Itouver, ft
U r.-. Murth. tloialia. Ku
I t m sas City, Hl.UiuU Chi
lls Hunt i aire and Kaat
i ean ifuaraiitee
if not alaggeef
' arrv .lr i
'- ami M I 111 III !!
Wifaa - eplggfagj aniMuai will
well lo s,h. us Mrr ajal ,i.....
oroers. w,. .
- : m ir
rti issi Pbana Mam ga
Walls Walla, Lawlitou
man, Mtaaaaaotu si i
i .in liiihitli.Mllwsn i
ic ( hk-aaii sua kai
l.-uri black ii
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lion ul.M'k telephone J.. re.l.leuee ic.
en".' I'lat k Ml
HM Kiil'. I llll I'lnsHiANS, Hits.
K.-)i- .V Kcte. Illln. on., ni. K-k went nl I..,.
KtaaT NATIONAL liANKtiL ATHKN
ONfOB ispiu,l,4u.uuu...,rn,i,..i ,'.,,,'
f",u. interest on tim deiaaii. i,
faralfo aad .toLietu. aebaue uoiieciion.
liiiinllill.. . . i . 1 1 u A . . ".Ii'lll.
Ment; T J. Kirk, rles-mali laa,
uell. catniLT .
1 Harinii, askUUin
Hi:. l.YNN K. II1.AKKSI.KK I'HKilNh
aul iirrvuu. 'liMawi au.l UiMiaiuu ol iiuun
Dii Ifou-I, nor. VJaler ami Main Hu. 1'eudle
K1HHT N AT'ION Al. hANKOKHKNUfX
VK TUHIN AKY SUKUKONS.
Ult. .1. fill! is in:. VtCI'NRlMAKY sru
I.'.ili (II'IIUI. ol tlie limal V el.-tnimi . ol.
lege, Kiliuhurnli. tkollau.l Late auverniueut
tetsriuarv luMMUM lui Vale Uialnvl. U '.
Hui. i-.ti. ainra il- nl sh ko ,1. treated on an-
lllllle urlui'iulea l-o.al.--l ill 'ounnerelal
.table., Veudleioa, Ore leleuhoui.-M.oii l
A Ki'KK .V KAI.KV. A ITOKNKYS AT
Law OOtce in moiih- Hank Buil.llug
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wu.m, uii.nii-h. hkt-lianv.
.11.1 lelear.un,.- ir.uiler. .01,1 .,, ,
trsuchieo. K,w voU ,, prm.iua! ,m,u,7!
Ua MotUlWWI Kraft. UfaWB on lhiua J.tJ
sua Kurupe Makai i-oile.-t.on.
W LertAukei.) ,re..,lent t jZ'
vice ,re.Uenl. r b tt a.u- ,.,nier ,
nuernaejr, auliuui t-aihier u,or- " I
TMfc I'KNKU.Ui.S AV1NU8 . sK
n7,lo1,j;'iir,,:,u '"suue.tM.rel ujal
eapltal. Iikl.utti Ulerest allowed on ,,, i
pal H)inu. Siwh-ui attention fiu to ioiw
tious Vt j s-urni.l, preaident j k ' ','
Vllpret-del..; 1 I s0Jtl, ,.' " lo-
1 i. Ray ti Co.,
H'i and aell
I " H I . J rlij 1
lor rath or oil margin.
Nm sork stuck mmhmm
ch kaico Mwk Bxchaaga.
Ganggfa t ,, U I rade.
9mut aaiaan, -T
(Iccan and River Schedule
aa p. ui.
' i ap
I p in.
In p ui.
All sailing dale, sub
ject lo chaiik'
Kor Hall Kr.neise.i
Hall every & dsjrs.
in Astoria aud May
1 aii. lino
Oregon Ottf, Newberf
Hal em, ludepeii i.-iii-.
aud May LainlniKS
I a. in.
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