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TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1902.
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beautifying proportios of CoxicunjL SoAr
nil CnTronuA Ointment, purest and
eweetest of emollient skin cures. Those
gentlo yet effective skin purifiers and
beautifiers havo mado thousands of homos
happy by curing torturing, disfiguring
humors, Tashes, and irritations of infancy
and childhood, and relieving parents of
care and anxiety.
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CURRENT POLITICAL DISCUSSION.
TbeQuestlons at Issue before the People of Oregoo Today.
A Ste Cute
For that desire for some- 1
thing extra good to eat or
drink 1b found in our
Ice Cream and Soda
Water It goes right to the spot.
It is tho greatest hot
weather "tonic" made arid
is healthful. When you
wish ice cream to aerve in
your home, let us know
and we will take pleasure
in delivering it to you
nicely packed and in as
good condition as if you
bought a dish at any
C. W. IRVIN, Proprietor
BAR IN CONNECTION
IN CENTER OF BLOCK
BET. ALTA & WEBB BTS
F.X. SCHEMPP, Prop.
Democratic Candidate for State
' Treasurer le An Eastern Oregon
Henry Blackman, democratic nom
inee for state treasurer, waB born In
New York city, on September 11,
1848, came to San Francisco in 1850
by the water route.
He lived In San Francisco until
1880: had n. liutliirHn pilnnntlnn
and was a bookkeeuer for a number
of years. Ho came to Oregon on
May 1, 1880, located at Hoppner, en
tered the firm of Hoppner & Black
man, In 1881, and remained in tho
same business until 1893. Mr. Black
man was elected mayor of Hoppner
in 1887, during his absence from tho
city, and served ifour consecutive
terms. In 1890 hn was n1prtfii atntnl
Senator. Of Grant. Harnnv nnd Mnrrnw
counties, In an overwhelming ropub-
j.can uistnct. in lsua He was elect
ed a delegate to tho national conven
tion, was placed on the notification
committee, and was appointed by
President Cleveland In 1894 as col
lector of intfirnfil rovnniifi fnr tlm.
district of Oregon, comprising the
states or uregon and Washington
and the territory of Alaska.
wniie in the legislature he was in
heartv Hiinnnrt. nf tlm fi nfr nont
distribution bill, which made lartre
annronrlatinns from tlm rmtlntml
fund for the improvement of wagon
roaas an over the state, tho hill be
ing passed. Ho also introduced a
DUI maKlnir nnnrnnrlnf Inns fnr tin-
deaf mutes of the state, and jilsn
SUlinorted a hill nrnviillnir minrnnrl.
ations for the Soldinr's Hnnin thnt
was erected at Roseburg.
This time the nnminntlnn wns rt.
ceived bv acclamation nnil vpltJinnr
sollcitaton on the part of Mr. Black
man. When collector nf Intnrnnt
revenue he handled $1,250,000, and at
the expiration of his term of ofllce
was complimented on the perfection
of his books and accounts. He has
been a business man all his life and
is well known all over the state, .hav
ing been a resident of Heppner for
22 years, and standing well .in his
community. He was a member of
tho educational committee and .took
deep interest in all matters .pertain
ing to education, particularly .in the
western normal school of eastern
There is no reason why every elec
tor on Eastern Orecon and tinrHnii
larly in Morrow, Umatilla and Union
counties, snouiu not vote for Henry
UiaCKinail lor State trHusuirnr. Mia
life has been spent in the develop
mem or tms section. His home and
DUSiness is in this luilininl illstrlrr
He is a man of nroved intosrritv. nnri
win nil the onice so as to mnrit tho
esteem and annroval nf r.vrv fnir
tho day, not only from a private but
rrom tho public standpoint. His
identification with, public affairs as
mayor of Pendleton, and as a mem
ber of tho public school board, has
proved his fitness to deal with pub
He business affairs. His long ser
vice as a member of the Pendleton
public school board gives him a full
Knowiedgo of the needs of the grow
ing population in tho line of educa
Not onlv does he nnsscsa tho nhlH
ty to rightly represent the citizens
of Umatilla countv. hut thr nlirht Is
never too dark, the weather too cold,
nor tho road ton lone, for him tn en
when called to relieve suffering hu
manity. A vote for him will be
vote for one who can probably come
as near representing all phases of
numan nte and an classes of peoplo
and all kinds of business interests
as any citizen of the county. His
services In the senate will be inval
Two Democrats Struggle.
The pleasing prospect is that for
tho first time In the history of the
state two democratic candidates will
struggle for the mastery to gain the
governorship, it comes, of course, in
the light of a revelation, to behold
a minority party gaining sufficient
popularity to COmnnl tho strnntr mn
jority narty to tho noint nf nnmlnnl
Ing one of its partisans this being
a tribute not easllv overlnhlton nml
nard to estimate. Tho claim th.it W
J. Furnish, the republican nominee
tor governor, is now in every way
a consistent republican partisan can
not noid good in view of the fact
tnat whatever of political reputatioi
ho has was mado while a. democrat
His conversion to renubllcan nrlnr.)
pies being of a date so recent disal
lows and estons his rlcht to a iron.
eral sunnort of the rank
tne republican party; and so the hope
ior an election nn his nnrt in nom..
talnly thickly beclowded. Portland
"TWO LITTLE WAIFS."
C. J. SMITH FOR SENATOR.
Possesses the Ability to Rlcjhtiy .Rep
resent the People of Umatilla.
No man in tho countrv visits mni-a
homes or knows better the individu
al wants of tho people, from the head
of the family down to tho youngest
infant, than Dr. G J. Smith This
fact alone should appeal to every
one. In addition to his knowloil rrn nf
nunianity and Its wants nml nwiio
he has demonstrated his ability to
tieai wun the nnanclal problems of
Bold bj JOHN BGHM1DT
The Louvre Saloon
PENDLETON . . . OBJWOll
Will you consider your
time if you calf at
Sharp's and look over
tho exquisite designs
in Wall Taper and de
corative articles. It'a
a pleasure for us to
aliow you our line be
cause wa are confident
you'll find pleasare in
lOOklni! At tlm nnn
U - MUTT
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., opp. Court House.
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST
A Play at the Frazer Next Friday
Night of More Than Usual In.
A play that pleases tht patrons or
the boxes, parquet, balcony and gal
lery, has at last been written and
produced by Lincoln J. Garter. This
play is known as "Two Little
Waifs" and will be seen at the Fra-
zer on rlday evening. The story
hinges on the fact thai twin sisters,
unknown to each other, are in love
with the same man. Ono iwnnmno
the loving wife and mother of his
children, (afterwards tho waifs). Thu
other, tho wiley adventuress, nanni
rates the husband and wifo. nni is.
the cause of their being thrown upon
the streets to battle with hunger,
poverty and nrivatlnn. VVhnti It to
taken into consideration that the
parts of the twin sisters are enacted
oy one anu the same norson ir
can be easily seen that tho ulnv -must
be of more than usual interest Mr.
Carter has exerted himself "In provld-
llllg IOr tlUS nrodUCtlDn n rnmnntiv
of merit, tho most beautiful scenery,
electrical and mechanical effects, su
perior to any Of his Olhor nttrnpHnno.
.It is a play that is as pleasing to
the occupant of the box as to the boy
Jn the gallery. Appropriate souve
nirs are presented tn tho imiios t
every performance. Prices: lower
unar, ?1; gallery, 50c.
NOTES OF NOTABLES.
Lord Mcthuen's grandfather was one
of the coronation peers in 1838.
"Handsome Paul" is what they call
Oeneral Methucn in Londou society.
V. II. Chlsham and Joshua Moulton
of Maine say they voted for Andrew
Jackson in 1832.
President Hadlcy of Yale hns just
had his life insured for the first time.
Tho policy a mounted to $25,000.
Hermann Bergmann, said to bo a
distant relative of the emperor of Ger
many, Is in the Cincinnati workhouse.
Patrolman John M. Penuiman of the
Uostou police force has retired on a
pension of 5000 a year after a service
of fifty-four years. He was born in
Tho English stockholders in Murco
i nti.niocD nliifrronh pnmnnnv value
111 D lYlH-lKOO l..V(5l' 1
the Inventor's life so highly at this
critical period of his experimentation
that they havo had him insured for
flinmno A Morris nf the Class of
1834 Is the oldest living graduate of tho
rinitpd States Military academy at
Wnct Tnlnt Tlioro In nnlv nno survivor
each of the classes of 1835, 1838, 1840,
1844 and 1848.
Rudnlnh von Knlrcnborn. one of tho
host known Germans In this country.
died at Merrill, Wis., several days ago.
ITo wns nn nflieer in the Hessian army
and served for Prussia through the
Owen D. McGovern. n Brooklyn
truckman, has fallen heir to $100,000
from his uncle, Father McGovern, the
oldest priest In tho archdiocese of Hud
son, N. Y. Ho cays he will continue
his trucking business.
Dr. S. Weir Mitchell, the noct and
novelist, has resigned his office of sen
ior physician of the Philadelphia Or
thopedic and Neuritic infirmary, and
his son. Dr. John K. Mitchell, has been
elected to the vacancy.
Joseph J. Mclnt.vre of Brooklyn has
invented a destructive war rocket. It
is fired by dynamite, and the bomb
scatters steel bullets anions: tho onemv
and is calculated to dislodge nnv on.
posing forces who are in concealment.
Prince George of Prussia, seventv-slx
years old. Is the oldest member of the
house of IJolienzollern and Is known as
tiie "Holienzollern poet." lie has writ
ten under the pseudonym of Geortro
Conrad n number of tragedies, notably
Professor Waldo S. Pratt Is nrnfossnr
or uymnology at Hartford Theological
seminary, the only institution having
sucu a department in the United
States. This Institution has one of the
two great hymnological libraries in the
There are 15.000 deer in tho Voiinn-.
stone National park.
Dunkards in considerable number are
preparing to move from Illinois to the
Platte valley in Colorado.
The coal production of the south in
creased from C.000,000 tons in 18S0 to
over 50.000.000 tons last year.
The City of Mexico, with a popula
tion of nearly 370,000. still has an an
nual death rate of 52.2 per 1,000.
In Colorado Inst year sugar beets
grown on irrigated land averaged $S0
5,10 uu uuf
The men who gather clam shells
along the Mississippi n:i " "
. ? - mi)hnni1 and sold
nearly 40.000.000 pounds, for which
thev receiveti mure uju yv,v,v.
,1 -.,. e n nnlri wove warning 100,-
000 telegrams are often distributed
within a few hours, and the weather
bureau claims that in oue.insiu.n.u o,-
400,000 wortn -or propuriy
A charter commission nt Portland.
i .int,lni1 not tn allow CltV
LIT., HUD "
S2fl monthly salaries, but to
tim tirosnnt system of service
without pay. Spokane councllmen get
$50 a mouth.
FRUITS AND FLOWERS.
Ten rows one of red and one of
. 1- I mill
l,ln..-nn nr tWOIVO rOUS UUU, Will
supply an averngo family with rasp
l, hnno eiiffnr tho most from
ru'ju ii 1. 1. 1 j " " . -
In 111 r.1.- rrr.-IRS 1111(1 ChCITV
HlUllUlUj 11 "i"."
ind pear trees the least of nuy of the
rrhn ctrnTOhorrv can bo trrown on
small plotB that win not auoru room
i H !. I.. n
for a tme anu prouuees irim. m uuu
year from sotting out of the plants.
ii cinhllns diirliiir the
it " -
fall months, be sure to give your piams
nii ii. Tf(or tliov roniilre. Unless VOU
it 1 1 MIC ,,..v -, ' - 1
do this you will have few blossoms,
and these will be inferior.
Plant lice may be destroyed with
cnnnmtilo nr nhnppn VVlltOr. tllO latter
CUUJiaUUD t iiy i.ii ' " .
being only applicable to the shootB of
l.l l u-
appio anu pear trees, wmcu muy uu
bent down anu immersea in 11.
A Slirnli Tlmt Cnren I.cnrony.
Medlcnl men nil over tho world ore
interested In tho reports from Honolulu
and Inhiti of successful results obtain
ed In the treatment of leprosy from the
active principal of the tua-tua shrub
The tua-tua's scientific name Is Jatro-
pha gosslpifollo, and it comes from
Telephone Main 105.
No Sediment to Foul
No Disease Germs to
Endanger Your Health
ORSDALL ii ROSS
"oja JUUK as It Iho
a bandbox wouldn't twi, ..'i0"
Vl coiorea ehirti dM. ,
BVimtflink. 1. . . 1 11 1
uituacuuim me llntnii.
. . uBU eUges, no torn w
uu0 you, uut the very
work in launderinc tlmt . L
iirtnn nlli.. t '
"i"'" j nun i., conars or cuff.
botii color and finish.
THE DOMESTIC mm
J. J. Boblnson, lrop.
Not on Pasco,
1 still have Farms for Si
THE REAL ESTATE MAR
Savings Bank Building, PendletoaO
The celebrated "Bingham Springi,'
locatad in the Blue Mountains i
the Umatilla River, coincide.
, A ,
furniture, fixtures, stages and ttodl
Absolute control of five miles oft
trout tisliitifr fttrpnm in Orppotl. V
sell 8o acre tract including
grounds with water privileges, or gwl
norps. ns rlpsirpdf mnlcinir fine stodl
1 , 0 -
farm, controlling big range. OrsiHl
lease. Call on or address :
Frank B. Gopton
DatteniH. Tf Vnil ova
papering done como
in and let us figure on
C. C. SHARP
Opera Houm Block Court St
For All Kinds of Bulldinr Material
And Don't Forget Our Wood Qutter
ror awns ana Dwellings
Our Three Coated
In Blue and white colors is
juat the thing to giye
W. J. CLARK & CO.
New Suits Ordered for Captain
eigiers Baseball Team Recep
tion Jto Be Aranged.
Captain Zieglers baseball team will i
soon ue uecued in now uniforms.
Roy Jtitner, president of the Root
ers Association, in helmlf of tho a.
sociation, has ordered 10
from Chicago for tho players, which
win uo ncrc as soon as they can
come by express. The suits will be
snow wnito with trimmings, stock
inge and can3 in maronn
These suits will be purchased with
money raised from different snnrpAss
and presented to tho first team by
A meetlnK will bn hnld
cil room Wednesday evening, after
uiu council meetlnir. tn nrrnmra fn.
' . -l...)J J I
11.1 n .l.lMnHin u . I j . . I
...i niiiiwjjuaiti itcopiion ior tne boys
after their return from timii- t-i
This reception will probably bo next
mummy jiikiu. ah ontnusiastlc root
ers are reaueated to enmo nut tr
- w w V w btlU 1
meeting tomorrow night .
Notice to Voters.
Registration books will ho tront
i I,. . .
iju, hi mo court nouse, every even
ing Until 0 O'donk until rph
Alay 16th, when tho books will be
cioseu ai n p. m., and time for regis
Lost A frrav mnrn with wtah
" " v mnbuou
mane, branded on left Itfp with helf
ciruio over rrnnn and n ! M
branded with D on left shoulder and
uiamona on ngnt shoulder. Suitable
reward will hn nnin flmta. i. .
"b iu . w. Ayrea' barn.
Wght Way and a Wrong Way
WV d a wrong way to use it. a Wght
book showing over 300 SmS rliK? ariic- Hluattd
on request. X vmSmSu clven tor wPPew. Jnt
Will be Rreatly enjoyed If
you dine at the
The table we set is sure to
please you as we serve
everything that 1b in season
OUR 25 CENT MEi
Are the Best in Pendleton.
The French Restairi
GU8 LA FONTAINE. ,PWI.
W. C. MINNIS
' (Temerer Coal. First Class W
Orders Promptly f4 ,
Felehone, Red 401, or call
Office Main Street, JtoPTl
1 ford 4 Thompson's bua"