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TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1902.
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t All Kinds of Seeds,
Orders for any kind
of Seed Solicited by
TNE HARDWARE MAN.
Wha 'Sells 'Field heace'ln all'helghts,
ma well as every variety of HARD
WARE, Barbed Wire, &c
IS THE PENDLETON
DEPOT FOR MEATS
' OF AXL KINDS IN
LARGE OR SMALL LOTS.
QUICK DELIVERY IN CITY.
FAMILY TRADE SPECIALLY
Schwarz & Qreulicb,
Phone, Main 18. . 607 Main Street.
Kemerer Coal. First Class Wood
Orders Promptly Filled.
Telephone, Red 401, or call on
W. C. MINNIS.
Office Main Street, just opposite Hans
ford & Tnompeon'B naraware store.
LaFontaine & Garrison
Old Dutch Henry
; Feed Yard.
Cavalry Horses for Sale.
BEST OF CARE TAKEN OF
TEAMS OVER NIGHT
GIVE US A CALL.
$3.50 to $5 Delivered
Order of us and save money.
Orders for Rubber Stamps
EAST OREGONIAN PUB. GO
The above Is the latest picture of Count Von Bulow, whose prominent
connection in current news makes him of interest.
NESMITH AND WILLIAMS.
True Origin of Former's Famous Wit
ticism About the Mule.
Judge George H. Williairis, of Port
land, writes to the Oregonian as fol
lows: ."Permit me to say a word or two
about a story published In the Ore
gonian, In which It Is stated that I
presented a bill to the senate for ex
penses In which there was an item
of $10 for cab hire; that Nesmith
took exceptions to this item and was
induced thereby to say that when he j
knew me in Oregon I rode bestride a
mule, a long-eared animal without
pride of ancestry or hope of posterity.
I never presented any bill to the en
ate or elsewhere, for cab hire. That
part of the story Is pure fiction. Ne-;
smith and I were warm personal
friends until the quarrel came up be-'
tween Andrew Johnson and the repub'
lican party. Nesmith was a Johnson
man and secured some democratic 1
nominations which I defeated In the ?
senate. This made him very angry.
When I was nominated for chief jus-'
tlce, Nesmith was a member of the
house of representatives and actively ,
and bitterly opposed my confirmation
and, referring to the fact that I rode
in the department carriage, about
which there was a great ado made at
the time (I was then attorney-general)
he said on the floor of the house what t
is above stated. The wit and anr
casm of the remark are undeniable.'
Our differences were entirely politica'
and I am pleased to say that long Le-t
fore Nesmith's death our early f riond-1
ship relations were resumed."
-. - r
" " " f0tlcal Notes.
E. M. Croisan, local manager for
Joseph Simon, practically dictated the
date for the Marion county primaries.
He did it In the interests of Simon
and thereby secured an advantage of
no small Importance. While the date
selected, March 14, does not give him
an advantage over the anti-Simon
people, it places him in the position oT '
absolute dictator over the Geer people-
The contest between State Senator
Williamson and Representative Moooy
in the Wasco county primaries Satur-
Commander Of the irrmerlal vaeht
. w , , iiu wiiw v riniwv inenrjr pan.
day, resulted in a victory for Mr
Moody, giving him a plurality of 35
votes in the county convention as now
reported. Three out of the four of
The Dalles precincts were carried by
Moody. There were 71 votes in Mr.
Moody's favor out of the 107 compris
ing the county convention.
At the enthusiastic meeting of many
representative republican voters in
Portland, plans wore discussed for get"
ting out the fullest possible registra
tion previous to the primary election,
in that city, .March 15. Judge C. H.
Carey, who was selected to act as
chairman of the meeting, was author
ized to appoint a committee of three
in each precinct to urge all voters to
register in time to vote at the pri
mary. The Baker City Herald gives the fol
lowing democratic slate in Baker
county: Joint senator, William
Smith; representative, J. H. Bobbins,
of Sumpter, banker and miner; coun
ty judge, W. W. Travlllion, 28 years
in public office; sheriff, John P. Han-i
non, of Huntington; clerk, George H.
Foster; recorder, C. W. James, the.in
cumbent; assessor, George W. Jett,
whose political scalp the big mine
owners of this county will go gunning
for, and Commissioner, J. W. Moody.
Elgin republicans says the Recorder,
will ask for two places on the repub
lican ticket for Union county. D. H.
Proctor will try for the recordership,
and J. L. Hindman wants to be coun
At bedtime I take a pleasant herb
drink, the next morning I feel bright
and my complexion Is better. My
doctor says it acts gently on the
stomach, liver and kidneys, and is a
pleasant laxative. It Is made from
herbs, and is prepared as easily as
tea. It Is called Lane's Medicine.
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day Price 25c and 50c.
For sale by Tallman & Co., sole
'The occasional ad Is one of the very
best methods by which to squander
money. Continuous advertisine. on
the other hand, will bring ample re
turns for the money invested. Sug
Hohenzollern. now In New Vnrk han.1
1. "Thnt'B an awf'llv smart alrli"
.murmured little Cholly Chapley to
'himself. "I'll skate behind her, and
p'r'aps she'll notice me.
3. But Cholly was small and light,
and that girl was rather tall and
heavy, and somehow, though Cholly
did save her from a tumble
Mistress: "But why did you leave your last place?"
Cook: "Oh, why, bless you, mum, I couldn't stand the way master and
Mistress: "Wty, what did they quarrel about?"
Cook: "Well, mum, it was generally about the way I cOoked tho dinner."
PUTTING THE OTHER FOOT IN IT.
Mother: "Ethel Is the very Image of what I was at her age."
He: "Reallyl I shouldn't have thought it possible."
Mother (coldly): "May I ask why?"
He (seeing his error and striving to rectify it): "Oh cr I was for
getting what a long time ago that must have been!"
HE WAS BOUND
Maalstrate: "Now, my boy, tell me
It as big as my head?"
Truthful lay: "Yss, slrf,but not so
2. "Here's s bit of luckl The. dear
thing Is falling backward Into my
amm! Now for the graceful saving
4. he wished he hadn't afterward,
for the ice wasn't built to stand such
a strain as was put upon It. And Choi-
ly spoiled all his clothes too.
TO BE ACCURATE.
the size. of the stens he thraw. Was
thick." . - ' Jft
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