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SAVE YOUR GOLD STAMPS
AND GET A
PINNER SET FREE
WE GIVE with . each ten cent pur
chase one stamp. When you
have 50 stamps or more, bring them to
our store ancLwe will cive you very hand
some Florentine Dinner Ware.
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Company.
THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1902.
Whitaker, the dentist
See Lee Teutsch for hats.
Honey saved at the Standard.
: James A. Howard, farm loans.
For rent; piano; Inquire this ofllce,
Varm loans at lowest rates. E .D.
Reasonable nrlces at Selbert &
Another shipment Yokohama paper
apklns, 19 cents a hundred. Nolf's
For Sale Cheap; a piano. Fech
tt& Confectionery Parlors; Court St.
Fall In lino, and do your trading af
le strictly cash grocery, which Is the
The newest creations of the East
1 millinery are arriving daily at Mrs.
II you want line meats go to
hwarz & Greullc. They handle the
it there Is to be had.
The Standard Grocery Company
eel highly elated at the Buccess of
eir strictly cash trading plan.
Buy something that will tickle
four palate. Swift's premium hams
ml bacons, finer than the finest, at
lour mouth will enjoy a regular
pic If you treat it to Dutton's su-
Kor Ice cream, the nurpnr nnH mnat
rnoiesomo In Pendleton, being made
pure cream and flavored with
West grade fruit extracts.
1 have just received some
ew designs in Leather and
Metal Woven Fobs. They are
beauties and very serviceable.
The COSt IQ mnrloot
Jewelet and Optician
Pechter's for ice cream. Court St.
Newest patterns at Seibert & Shulz.
Call at Nolte's saloon for fine fresh
Nice fat crawfish by the dozen, at
Nolte 8 saloon.
A neat four-room house for rent,
Apply to E. T. Wade.
You will have to hurry if you join
our dish club as the club is almost
made up. Hawley Bros.
Money to loan at lowest rates on
town or country property. J. R. Dick
son, East Oregonian building.
The Peoples Warehouse, Leon
Cohen's popular store, is being im
proved by a fresh dress of white
Gus LaFontaine and Mr. Garrison
have sold the old Dutch Henry feed
yard and stables to Joseph Hoch.
Mr. Hoch will not run the business
himself, but has leased it to Kit
Hays and William Connerly, who will
conduct it as in the past.
Lost A gray mare, with reached
mane, branded on left hip with helf
circle over cross and a bay mare,
branded with D on left shoulder and
diamond on right shoulder. Suitable
reward will be paid finder by return
ing to T. W. Ayres' barn.
Frank Damain has purchased one
half interest in the saloon and busi
ness formerly owned and conducted
by John Damain, at the corner of
Cottonwood and Court streets, and
herefater the business will be run
under the firm name of Damain Bros.
A representative of the La Grande
baseball team is in town conferring
with Manager Cohen, of the local
team and Manager Osborn, of the
Athena team, in regard to forming a
league. An attempt is also being
made to get Walla Walla in this
VOTE OF UMATILLA
Republican Claims in Portland
that Furnish Will Carry His
Home County by 1000.
ASSERTED EVERYBODY IN
COUNTY WILL VOTE FOR HIM.
Holds up a Congressman.
"At the end of the campaign,"
writes Champ Clark, Missouri's bril
liant congressman, "from overwork,
nervous, tension, loss of sleep and
constant sepaklng I had utterly col
lapsed. It seemed that all the organs
of my body Tver out of order, but
three bottles of Electric Bitters made'
me all right. It's the best all-round
medicine ever sold over a druggist's
counter." Overworked, run down
men and weak, sickly women gain
splendid health and vitality from
Electric Bitters. Try them. Only
50c. Guaranteed by Tallman & Co.
F. W. Osburn, of Eugene ,a student
at the Annapolis Naval Academy, is
No. 8, with a percentage of G3B, in
the graduating class. The first Eix
Btar men of the class are Wallace of
Denver, Klyce of Arkansas, Sterling
of Chicago, Woodruff of Michigan,
Richardson of Texas, Lang of Wyoming.
The Puritan Chemical Company have appointed
us as their agents for Umatilla County.
.iriuaier. ( . . .,25 Jiacn
ROEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
Wain Street Toward the Court House
If the Facts Prove to the Contrary, It
Will Weaken Republican Ticket in
All Parts of the State What J. E.
Lathrop, Head of the Democratic
Publicity Bureau, Says.
Portland, May 2. The claim is
made, and persistently made, upon
the streets of Portland and through
out Western Oregon, that almost
everybody in Umatilla county is go
ing to vote for W. J. Furnish for
governor. At any rate, they are
claiming from 800 to 1000, and Judge
Ellis while in Portland the other day,
was quoted by the Oregonian as es
timating Furnish's majority in Uma
tilla county at 800. We are besieged
with inquiries as to the authenticity
of this report.
It appears to be a crucial point in
the present campaign as to whether
the republican candidate for gover
nor is going to sweep everything in
his own county and overshadow the
democratic organization, virtually
placing them in a position of making
a half-hearted fight against him. This
appears to be the manner in which
the campaign is being fought in this
part of the state, and there is no
doubt that if the people can be con
vinced that Mr. Furnish thus carries
Umatilla county in his vest pocket, it
will strengthen his standing west of
the Cascades from the Columbia
river to the California line. What
people are interested in down here
is the truth or falsity of this claim.
It is persistently put forth by Chair
man Jack Matthews and his cohorts,
and is discussed eagerly on all sides.
An accurate statement as to the
true conditions in Umatilla county
will throw light upon this question
If this claim be not true as here set
forth, it will have a decided effect.
What people want down here is the
real facts in the case. Is it true or
is it not true that everybody up there
is supporting .Mr. Furnish?
During the last few days estimates
have been made of Eastern Oregon,
and it is claimed here now by the
managers of the democratic cam
paign, that the democratic state tick
et will come down to Wasco county
with between 1000 and 1500 majority
for Chamberlain. This, it is believed
is an estimate based upon reliable
information by astute politicians who
understand the situation in their sev
As to Western Oregon, every day
brings reports that are more and
more encouraging. Western Oregon
will give him a large majority. It is
inBide information from the republi
can state committee, that they con
cede Western Oregon to Chamber
lain, but they are claiming Eastern
Oregon -for Furnish, and in that
claim they necessarily include Uma
tilla county by a big majority. They
therefore leave Multnomah county as
the battle ground to determine the
If we accept their own theory of
the campaign, we have them beaten
even if we concede, and we are wil
ling to, that Eastern Oregon will give
Mr. Furnish a majority; for, if Mult
nomah county be the battle ground
it is as certain that Chamberlain will
carry It as it is that the earth is a
uart of the solar system. The vote
in Multnomah county at the priiria
ries, showed 4900 for he regular re
publicans and 5214 for the Furnish
independents. There are 5000 to
7000 democrats in the county. These,
added to the regular republicans,
gives more than 10,000 votes, against
5200 for the Furnish ticket.
However, we are willing to con
cede the loss of one-third of the reg
ular republicans who will vote the
Furnish ticket, and still further to be
conservative, are willing to cut down
our estimate to 2000 for Chamberlain
in this county.
There are several elements that
make this estimate safe. Among the
5214 independents that supported
Furnish at the primaries were 1000
democrats who now are lined up sol
idly for Chamberlain. Furthermore,
there are many who supported Fur
bish as against Geer who are person
ally for Chamberlain. Consequently
inasmuch as the theory of the repub
Mean state central committee makes
Multnomah county the determining
battle ground, we have them beaten
and Georgo E. Chamberlain will be
the next governor of Oregon.
JOHN E. LATHROP.
WORK ON A MINE.
Large Bodies of Valuable Ore Being
The following, a Sumpter dispatch,
is printed in the Baker City Demo
crat: Sumpter, April 30. Operations
have been resumed at the Golconda
mine with a forco of over 38 men.
Every attention is to be given for
several months to put tho mino in
shape for thorough and systematic
mining. None of the ore will bo mill
ed for some time, but tho blocking
out plan will be followed until enough
ore Is In sight "and on hand to keoi)
me mm running for an Indefinite
time, or really as long as tho mino
is oneraica at a 1. it una boon pinim.
ed that the ore values in tho Golcon
da wore exhausted by the company
operating it last but this Is not true,
as tho new management has already
commenced to drift on the ore body,
from which uniform values aro being
obtained constantly. Work will be
prosecuted on tho second, third and
fifth levels. Three shifts will be em
ployed in each, thus keeping up op
erations night and day in the mine.
This Is tho mino which a group of
Pendleton men purchased a few
weeks ago. Information from tho
manager of tho mine is that tho out
look is very favorable , ore being
blocked out which runs all tho way
from $50 to $150 a ton. Th0 stamps
will bo started in tho mine as soon
as tho mine is in shano anil nnnueh
ore is in sight to keep tho mill run
ning tor months to come. It Is con
fidently expected that the Golconda
Will bn navinc dividfinila on Ua full
capitalization before January 1, 1903.
Btat kof Ohio, city bt tolsdo i
Ltjcas Cocnty. i
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho ti the
ecnior partner ol the firm of F.J.Cheney 4 Co.,
doing business In tho city of Toledo, county
and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the um of One Hundred Dollars for each and
e very case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In my
presence this Cth day of December, A.
al. I D. 1886.
1 8BAL I A. W. G LEA SON,
XT Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and
acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces
ol the system. Send for testimonials, free.
, F. J. CHENEY A CO., Tolodo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists, 76c.
Hall's Family Pills aro the best.
A very pleasant farewell party was
given at the home of M'rs. Sarah
Peters, on West Court street, Tues
day night, in honor of Miss Mablo
Harris, of Portland, who has spent
the past two weeks as tho guest of
Mrs. Peters and other friends, but
who left Wednesday for her homo in
Portland. A very pleasant time was
had and the young friends who gath
ered at Mrs. Peters' homo to honor
their friend, Miss Harris, expressed
themselves as being delighted with
the. cordial way they were treated by
the hostess. The evening was spent
In social games and other klnda of
amusement. Refreshments were
mm m f mmt Arc in many respects like other ulcers of
M L Mm d sorcs nml this resemblance often proves fatal. '
t Valuable time is lost in fruitless efforts to heal
the sore with wilfilicS and salves, because the genus ol Cancer tha.t are mult- 4
plying in the blood and the new Cauccr cells which are coitsbliiliy develop- '
ing keep up the irritation and discharge, and at last sharp shooting ptthl
announce the approach of the eating and sloughing stage, and a hideous,
sicKening cancerous sore Dcgins lis
In Fobrnrtry, 1800, I noticed a mall
lnmp on my lower Hp. Tho dootor onu
terlaed it but another camo and broke)'
out into an open aore. I beffan to take
S. S. S. and after I had taken isvtn bot
tlea the place healed entirely and no
slfrna of the dlaoaso have been seen
lnee. W. P. Brown, Holland, S. O.
No ulcer or sore can exist with
out some predisposing internal cause
that has poisoned the blood, and the
open discharging ulcer, or the fester
ing sore on the lip, check or other
part of the body will continue to
spread and cat deeper into the flesh ttnlcss the blood is purified and the
Cancer genus or morbid matter eliminated from the circulation.
S. S. S. cleanses the blood of all decaying effete matter. It has great
antidotal nnd purifying properties that soon destroy the genus and poisons
and restore the blood to its natural condition. And when pure blood is
earned to the ulcer or sore the healing process
begins, the discharge ceases and the place heals
over and new skin fonns. S. S. S. is a strictly vege
table blood purifier containing no mercury or
minerals of any description.
If you have an ulcer or chronic sore of any kind, write us about it, medi
cal advice will cost you uothiug. Books on Cancer and other diseases ol
the blood will be sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, 6a,
FOR ONE WEEK
A Few More Tax Eaters.
A salary of J12.000 Is provided for
a minister to Cuba, and provisions
are made for three Consulates in
stead of two, the addition being Ma
tanzas, with a consul at $3500 per an
num. The other two aro Cienfuegos
and Santiago, at ?3000 each. There
is to be a consul-general at Havana
with a salary of $5000; also a secre
tary of legation, and assistant secre
tary of legation at salaries of $2000
and $1500 respectively.
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k a Package
Eastman's Cold Cream
Tho 10c grade. Nice Goods
5c a Jar
Box Sea Salt Castile Soap
Four bars Regular 10c
Now 4c a Box
Large Line of Hammocks
60c to $3.95
looked forward to with
ploasuro by those who
dino at the St. George
Restaurant, because the
food is right, the cooking
right, the service right
and the prices right.
Best 25 Cent Meal
in the City at the
B. F. BECK
Sheet Iron and Copper
Work.. .Special Attention
to Job Work.... Roofing
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Shop: Cottonwood Street, Opposite
St. Joo Store, Near Court St.
The Independent Warehouse.
Will be open for business, with a
competent man in charge, to see that
all customers receive prompt and
careful attention. Wool growers and
wheat growers will find it to their
interest to store with this house,
where they can ship over either lines
of road. References, First National
Bank. William Caldwell in charge,
It s a Pleasure
in Need of Money.
All parties knowing themselves In
debted to D. Kemler are hereby not!
fled to call and settle at once and
save costs. D. KEMLEIt
If you fall to register before May
15, you will not have the right to
cast a ballot at the June election.
Better See Them
Before You Buy
To Trade at Martin's Family Grocery or Bakery, w
"X7"OU always find our storo cloan and well arranged.
Our stock is always fresh and complete, and no
matter what you desire in the grocery line, we have w
it. You never got stale goods. Our pricoB are low.
We treat all alike, and your children will receive the
same careful attention that you do. Telephone orders
If you have not been trading with us, give us a
trial order; you will bo ploased with tho manner in
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filled promptly and goods delivered to any part of q
ill Groan j leu
R. MARTIN, Proprietor
WESTFIELD, record 2:122 1-2. will limko the neimn at KItOOMIS'S STABLE,
PENDLETON, everv cluv hi tho week, except Wednesday and Thursday. At
ATHENA on Wednesday and Thursday of each week.
TJSKM5; 1'or tlie upaaon, f la; to insure, wt.
SULLIVAN, ClydeBdale, will niuko the season ut FJIOOME'S STABLE,
PENDLETON, every day In the week, except Monday and Tuesday; at
WILLIAM TEMPLK'B Place seven miles noithweat of Pendleton, on Mon
days and Tuesdays .
TERMS: ForfhoseaBon,$12; to InBure.fln.
For further Infouiiatlon address
FRANK FRAZIER, Pndleton, Oregon
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