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strdnoust IN THIS WORLD."
ALL READY FOR THE I
With the largest axd best
selected stock of new merchandise ever
.shown in PENDLETON. We have not
overlooked the wants of anybody within the
reach of this store, our lest poods have no
superior as merchandise: OUR PRICES
HAVE NO EOIIAL AS v m m5v
DTJCERS. ' So there you are, not only the
g uroniuu warn, u, om me cneape.t, and s
E J,fc J all the combination of these two. "2
G THE BEST CHEAPES r. AW'H iv, wi 3
have you visit us this week.
whole store; inspect the coods at vour leisure 3
ENJOY THE DISPLAYS, ask all the que. 3
lions you like withoutnny feeliug of restraint
or obligation to make a purchase. The
styles and beauties of the new Roods will in
terest you, BUT THE PRICES WILL
PROVE TO BE AN IRRESISTIBLE AT
TRACTION and a revelation to thoe who
are not familiar with our method of merchandising.
POLITICIANS HAVE COM
MENCED TO SWARM jj
;The Situation In the Willamette Val!y
ley: friends of Geer Deny Uvt H
! Their Chief
he Alexander Department Store, i
EST FOR THE
La haven't a recular, healthy movement of the
lis open, and bo well, l orce. In the shape ot via
thTstcorplll poison, Is dantrcrous. The smooth-
tj.. inoab iunt;:v u. wi at-cjiu iuo uunuc
I clean is 10 iau
EAT aEM LIKE CANDY
wint, I'alntnlilo, l'oient. Taato Rood, Do Good,
r Sicken, Weaken, or Gripe, 10, S5, nrnl 60 cent
hoi. Write for free sample, ana booklet on
lb. Address 33
IMG ItKJtEDV COHPiNY, CHICiUO or NEW TURK.
:p your blooo glean
When you drink
Walla Walla Is Slow in Raising Mon
ey for Its Team.
Things are still moving In bnse
ball despite the fact that the neces
sary amount of money has not yet
been raised to insure a successful
season in Walla Walla, says the Un
ion. Manager Sharpestein, presum
ing upon the willingness of the citi
zens to support a fast ball team, has
gone ahead and scheduled several
games with the best teams in the
Fred Weed, the popular right-fielder
of the Portland baseball team, will
play again this year in a Portland
suit Manager Vigneux has boon
negotiating with Weed for some time,
and has received from him a signed
contract for the season. .Last year
Weed was one of the star out fielders
of the northwest league. He is a fast
runner, a clever fielder and a hard
bitter. He led the right fielders of
the league last summer, with an av
erage of .955. Weed's homo is in
San Francisco, and he has been pluy
ing there recently with the winter
league. He Is 23 years old.
Guaranteed not to
cause headache or
Ask for it.
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We offer One HundredPollftrs Rewaid for
any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
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We, the undersigned, have known K. J. Che
ney for the last fifteen years, and believe him
perfectly honorable In all business transactions
and financially ablo to carry out any obliga
tions made by their firm.
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Hall's Catarrh Cure h taken internally, act.
has Joined Forces
i With Simon.
' The Salem correspondent of ttto
Portland Oreconlan, wrttlns under
j date of the 24th Inst, has the follow
inn it ss of j-tlltir-s s si , the
! Willamette valley:
"In Clarion county only two names
arp. generally heard in connection
With the COVernorshlti f!nr nw1 VSir. 'J
nlsh. And yet no one hero is boom lllCOfllC IU
ins Furnish. The candithtcv of Fur h
nlsh is crvatlHR no enthusiasm what
ever. Tho fact that he Is an avow
ed candidate and is making a fight
for the nomination, is apparently the
only cwise of tho use of his name.
Bllipent inquirv among the crowd of
I politicians who are working on the
! streets of Salem failed to reveal the
name of a singlo nnti-Geor man who
is talking for Furnish. Still, this Is
not saying that Furnish will not find !
Rllnnnrt bnrn 1 J
No Candidate Agreed Upon.
"Pointed questions put to tho lend
ers of the antis brought the response
that no candidnte had been agreed
upon and that none had yet been put
forward at Snlom.
"What men who have been men
tioned in connection with tho gover
norship would bo satisfactory to the
antis?" was asked.
"Senator llooth could probably got!
the support of every anti-Oeor man
in the county, if .he would take It.'
but we understand that Rooth can-!
! not leave his business." i
"How about Lowell?'-'
"We understand here that Lowell
will lose Umatilla county and will, !
therefore, be out of the light"'
"Is Fulton a possibility?"
"Fulton says he wont have It. Just
lot Fulton say tho word once, and
see what will happen. Thoro would
be such n stampede for Fulton for
governor as you never saw boforo,"
and then the anti shook his head and
passed on to buttonhole a worker
from one of the county precincts.
The antis here are apparently dis
posed to watch the progress of the
fight, and to study tho qualifications
and strength of all available man,
before attempting to center upon any
one. No eastern Oregon man Is like
ly to create any enthusiasm here,
though oither Hooth or Fulton would
be given warm support by the antis.
The Situation in Lane.
"So far as can be learned from
Lane county people who have recent
ly visited the capital, the political
campaign in that county, so far as
the republicans are concerned, will
be, fought out on the Simon and anti'
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States.
Outstanding Assurance, Decem
ber 3Jst, 1901 $1,179,276,725.00
i New Assurance Issued in 1 90 1
S Assets December 3 , 90 .
i Assurance Fund and all
3 Paid policy-holders in 90l
7 J, 129,042.06 jj
JAMES V. ALEXANDER, President.
JAMES H. HYDE, Vlcc-Prcsldcnt.
L. SAMUEL, Manager, 306 Oregontan Building, Portland, Ore.
Hall's Family 1'ills arc the Dest.
The occasional ad is one of the very
best methods by which to squander
money. Continuous advertising, on
the other hand, will bring ample re
turns for the money invested. Suggestions.
"U Lighted and Steam Heated.
liran party will Indorse the Initiative
Gccr Denies Simon,
Tho Oeor forces take particular
pains to deny any existing relation
ship, politically or otherwise, between
their chief and "Little Joe," tho sen
ator, but at the same time it Is known
that an agreement exists between
the two men. and that "Little Joe"
has given consent that floor shall
deny his master, for purposes which
Politicians In Portland.
"Kvery day sees the advent in Port
land, says the Telegram, of political
wire pullers and workerH from the
rural districts. Stnto Senator J. N.
Williamson, of Prinevllle, who Is an
I aspirant for the republican nomliia
j Hon from this district, arrived Satur
! day and has been In close consulta
I tlon with ills friends all day. Ills
'most Influential oastem Oregon lieu
tenant, J. W. Scrlbner, of !,n (Irantlo,
j lias been In tho oily Hovoral days look
ing after Mr. Williamson's Interests.'
, "T. U. Crawford, of Union county.
, is in the city. He snys that while tho
1 difference of opinion between tho
i Sciilwr nuil Church factloiis of rpub
i Means In Union county in so Rront
Simon lines, with tho (leer people i as to prevent any enndltlate ror any
lined up for Simon. It is learned that otllee from roeelvliiK an instructed
for a time after the close of the last ' delegation. It will not bo carrtml to
legislature some of the people of j the extent of ontiroly HhtittliiK out
Lane county were not entirely satis-; either faction from the state conven-
lon. He licllevos that uuvornor
er will receive considerable sup-
chell for senator. This feeling soon port from Union county, anil mat me
nassed awav. however, and with tho I remainder of tho delegation will vote
look. Simon will carr the dy In th--primary
election, his herlern 1Mur n'
work In all pnrtn ot the city. spendltiK
money freely, with the view of rui
ting support at l he prlmnry ihU
f.-, U y ly tho rlwtlon of th fallowing
oihrers President. Oeorgn M. Or-
ton vice (iwoMont tl Y I lurry. C
C. l-ouck. Charles Mlrklny. ecn
tar V NoftKe. trtnmirr. Chirlc
The opposition In ilolnn Utile. I( mi) Jmw. sentinel, John ln Tho
thiiiK- to defmtt him. seeMiliiKl) ImlUB . trhlnt, vtr pri.lrnt and scoro
unable to battle aKiiliut htm. Thei tary wero (Mltrletl tu nppolnt An
OreKonlan has. In a way whleli lack j uvwutlvw (ttmiHlttef ot moinlmrs
force and convlctloln. referred to S- to Ih ehtnn without rsrl to ul
mon'a work in Portland nud the oh- apportion meat tMlvtn hhIoiih. Th
Jeet ot It, hut It Ihih not followinl It up' purtMxe of the asH)ohtlUin Is not po
lo a stylo to block his Kniuo in arous- littxl tu llio ( ut It lieliix In tn
lug the rnspeetnhlo elumuiit to ia , tnlrsi of any party or faction,
tend the primaries and dofoat "Lilt!" Neither do It tiMltvat ntt? Intention
Joe," the senator. In netting up at on tht pttrl ot the intxir lHitet of
plus. In short, Kluion has stihl INtrtlatul to ui up a city or sistn
"thumbs - up," and tht )rtoutun flrWet at the roialuit ntUn As It
hardly seems to know whether 11 Is title Indlrute. Ihn fainil At in will
Included or not , b to hItUm thtf unlwn iisrn an thn
Scott Should be Senator. rcriU of ramllilalo townl union
...... I. ...til ..I... ... I..M,.Utrt.
I lain. u win Himi wn w hiiiii'jh-j'i
leflsltttom to Haas kiws of tutnrent
SSrS"W with the action of the represon- j .lo
all druggists. Testimonials iree. ttttives ill voting for John li. Mil- f.e
25 cent Meals
is the City.
Legs, Eaatern and
'EN DAY and NIGHT
Prevented by warn) bhnniiooi wltUCi'TictuiA
6(ui-.and llt'ht ili-lir t Ciiticura. pur-
e t of emollient .km euros. Tills trcatinei.
o c stops falling l.:Ur. cleara tho a I" .r
rn.tf Hatlesnnd ilaniriiff,wt!ieln-it;itc(l,
rf cm. stimulates Iho Iwtr M
SSikos tho imlr grow upon a r lean, whole,
some, healthy scalp when aU eUc faHs.
What you buy
BIO Stock of
SAND & BRICK.
Trucking & Transferring.
exception of n few Simon leaders, the
republicans are satisfied that iuit
ehell can do nioro for Oreson and for
the Pacific coast than any othor man
who could have boon elected at that
time. It is said that a very ducidod
majority of the republicans of Lane
county favor tho election of a succes
sor to Simon, who can and will work
in harmony with Mitchell. The iat-
I tor senator lias Ave years yet to serve
in his present term, with a ood pros-
pect for another torm when that Is
I closed. The interests of the state ro
I quire, so it Is argued, that Senator;
' Mitchell's colleague in the sonato
should be a man who will pull with
j Mitchell and not against him.
I Initiative and Referendum,
i Mr. U'llen exprosses the belief
! that both the ropubllcan and demo
cratic state conventions will endorse
the initiative and referendum. Tho
republican state convention will be
held first. If the republicans should
Ikuoio the amendment, then the dem
ocrats should indorse it. the latter
party would have n decided advan
tage Bt the polls. "My experionco
with tho republicans," says Mr.
U'Hen. "is that they do not overlook
anything that will ho of material ad
vuntaBO to them in the campaign, and
I do not bellow that thoy will let the
democrats so into the campaign as
the sole advocates of the amendment
Tho amendment as proposed In this
state has been divested of all the ob
jectionable features, and Is certain
to meet wtlh popular approval. It
does not require that all acts of the
legislature shall bo submitted to tho
people, but leaves it in the power of
the people to subject any act to tho
test of popular vote, so that any
thing that is obnoxious may ho re
jected. The initiative and referen
dum amendment proposed in Oregon
Is the best that has yet been framed.
It can not he called cumbersome or
expensive, and yet It furnishes a com
plete safeguard against Improper
"If Mr. U'Hon's opinion of the ac
tion that will be taken by the republi
can convention bo correct, and It
should seem probable that tho repub-
for C. A. Johns, of linker county. In
the eveut of that gentleman's candi
dacy. Mr Crawford says the light
between Mr. Furnish and Judge Ste
phen A. Lowell, of Umatilln county.
Is waxing exceedingly warm in east
ern Oregon, and he gives It as his
private opinion that either of those
coiitostatits would rather heat his an
tagonist than bo governor of Oregon.
Walter Pierce's Opinion.
"Furnish will carry Umatilla coun
ty two to ou.0 In the primaries," said
Walter M. Pierce, tho Umatilla coun
ty wheat king and democratic poli
tician, who arrived In Portland Satur
day. Mr. Piorco Is a democratic par
tisan above all else and tho wish may
have been father to tho thought Mr.
Pierce has been mentioned as good
political timber himself In connoc
tlon with tho di-moerat nomination
for congresuian from this district,
bin ho denies the soft Impeachment
"Tho Ktatnrnnnt has been printed
that tho delegates to tho democratic
city and county convention would he
selected by precincts. Tills Is Just
what will not be done. At the last
meeting of tho city and county com
mlttoo decided to select thorn by
wards instead of precincts for obvious
reasons. Thn apportionment has not
yet been mudo.
While no official announcement
has yet boon made to that effect, the
democratic state ronvontlon will no
douht ho held In Hibernian hall.
The secretaries of tho city and coun
ty committees are arranging to open
up headquarters within a few weeks.
No apartments for tho purpose
have yot been secured.
"Tho democratic nomination for
congress will he made by tho state
convention, delegates! from the two
districts separating and forming two
congressional conventions. This has
always been the democratic usage in
Simon, a Wily Politician.
Portland, Feb, 25. It will ho nows,
probably, to tho Kaat Oregonlan read
ers that the forces of Joo Simon ap
pear to have tho upper hand In tho
prjmary elections of Multnomah coun
ty and Portland. From tho present out-
H. V. Hcott. who has been mnnllutt
ed as the proper successor of Ju
Simon In the United Htntos senate,
believes that the olltco should xeok
the man and Is of tco big a culltiro
make a disagreeable scramble for It
heneo the Otogoulan. Mr. Scott's pa
per. hesitates lo take up the nulKclt
against Simon, for fear that th- putt
lie tuny eohcluilB that It Is Im(uk
for Mr. Scott's benefit This ni..a
on tin part of the greni cditm n..t
aHstst In Hie re-elttlnii of Jtwt4.l1
mou to the I'nlted Mute m-nut. 1
country pre of Oregon could
good work tor ttt people by ib man
lug, until the legislature iiimIm c
lOOa, that II V. Scott should lu tic-'
ud senator, on the ground that lit
the tlttest man In the statu for tint'
high olllco and that In the sciinio lie
would give an Itiiluanco to Or'g"i
that would mean much for the stale
and the people, particularly so In'
connection wtlh tho Lowls and Clark j
centennial lit Portland In 10'ii t.ji
which congress will ho uxked to give t
a big subscription "d f which thoj
poople of the whole country will have
to he Informed so that It tuny assume ',
the form of a great national under
taking with A gnsat nation's interest
In It. N'o man could do tills ttrtmt
plec of work so thoroughly as II w
Scott. There aro other reasons t
a llitn moment why he should l.
United State senator, a colleague "f
Senator MHcholl. whose ability
Oregon's behalf baa Imh piovn
nud portatltlug tu the laboring
1 , .
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ut t fusrut at. -,n m ha. 1 t, appro
in .n'lnti rxr " . 1,'ai gt ' at North
.in'ma ii'' I ut the Indian bill.
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Request that they p Allowed Place
on Primary Ticket Denied.
A requoet made to County Clfis
riwellsnd by li. O. Miller, secretary
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0.4 tUlU atU
If jr lui lUUUMIti.
CUM Pf1 !'.
of tho prohibition party of Oregon
that his party bo allowed a plmo on,
tho primary ticket lu Multousnah,
county, will ho denied. County Clrk ,
Swetland referred tho question tj
Jllstrlft Attorney Chamberlain aruli
the latter replied that lu his opinion I
tho tirohlhitlonlsts arw not intltIHl
to a placo on tho primary ticket un
less the party polled 6 per cent of tho
uitlre vote raat at tho election pro
ceding tho coming on Under tho
law In force before the enactment of
the primary law tho prohibition par
ty had a standing as a regular party,
upon having polled 3 per cent of tho
entire vote of tho county.
Out of a total vote of about 20,000
at the last election lu this county
tho prohibition party lecolved iSd
Organize and will Advise Union Men
on Record of Candidates.
At a mooting of representative la
boring men affiliated with local union
organizations, which was heid in
Portland, Monday, tho Nonpartisan
AdvUory Association was organized
and permanent organization was cf-
K-ght Jot with dwelling and barn,
House has seven roasrii, bills
cellar and wood houc, city
bard finished on stone foundaujifs,
Also four loin and nw coitaj,
Two lots and house, $x,ooo, part
cash, reasonable time on balance,
or will sell on installments. See
FRANK B. CLOPTON,
817 Main Street.
QU8 LA FONTAINE, Prop.