Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1903)
MONDAY FEBRUARY 16. 1903
IT'S JUST A COUGH I
that pets your lungs sore and weak,
and paves the war for pneumonia ar,
consumption, or both. Acker's Eng-i
lish Remedy will stop the cough in a'
day and heal your lunjs. It will cure
consumption, asthma, bronchitis and
all throat and lung troubles. Positive
ly guaranteed, and money refunded If
you arc not satisfied. Write to us for
free sample. W. H. Hooker & Co.
Buffalo, .K. Y. F. W. Schmidt & Co.
READ ALL OF THIS.
You Never Know the Moment When
This Information May Prove of In
It is worth considerable to any
reader to know the value of and use
of a medicine, for U there Is no occa
sion to employ it in the meantime
frail humanity Is subject to many In'
Cuences and unforseen contingencies
that the wisest are totally unable to
gauge the future. Know, then, that
Doan's Ointment will cure any case of
Hemorrholdes, commonly known as ,
piles, or any disease of the cuticle or
skin, generally termed eczema. On i
application convinces continuation
cures. Read the proof: J
T. H. Thomas, attorney, o! 500 East
Bennett avenue. Cripple Creek, says:
I Just as emphatically endorse Doan't
Ointment today as I did in the month
of June. 1899. At that time I went to
the drug store fcr a box which I used
for Itching hemorrholdes. A few ap
plications gave wonderful relief, and
i CO-OPERATIVE DAIRYING.
Progressive Farmers Are Beginning!
to Realize the Benefits of Working j
The progressive and business-like j
fa mer has reached the time when he,
has ome to know that hnndllng milk,
ic;catlvoly can be done at less cost!
,r- imnilllnp It. Ir.dlviilually on the
f.i-m and he also realizes that If he
r imrt nwnpr in flip creamerv or
rest factory that handles his mllK.i
becomes to that extent, a profit
s:.n cr In the earnings of the factor)'!
t... cty placing himself in the posi ,
' jl to rcalize a lietter Income from !
l.:s dairy than he otherwise could, by,
sd!ing the raw material, because he'
w o buys raw material of any kind '
and prepares It for market, fixes the
r Toflt he Intends to make by so doing,
.a., this is true in regard to milk as
,.l other article: hence, co-operative
t-ameries and cheese factories have
f ?en established and succeeded where
proprietary creameries failed.
I am led to believe from my own
observation and the best information (
I can gather that the time is uot far,
distant when the milk will all be man-;
ufactured Into butter and cheese. nnd-
also be prepared for consumption in t
other forms in the factories owned ;
fiTirl iitrnlll th mnn whn keen
the cows and furnish the milk supply.
In Memory of Charles K. Adams.
Madison. Wis., Feb. 16. Memorial
services in honor of Charles Kendall
Adams, late president of tho TJnlver
sity of Wisconsin, were held today in
the University Armory. Every scat
was taken and a large number stood
in the aisle during the service,
which was of an Impressive and
touching character The principal
speakers were Dr. E. A, Dirge, acting
president of the University of Wis
consin, nnd President Angoll of the
University of Michigan. A paper was
also read from President Wheeler ow
the University of California, who
was an intimate friend of President
Adams at Cornell. The program also
Included eulogistic addresses on be
half of the faculty, students and
nlnmnl of the university
One was pale and sallow and the
other fresh and rosy. Whence the
difference? She who Is blushing with
health uses Dr. King's New Ufe Pills
to maintain it By gently arousing
the lazy organs they compel good di
gestion and head off constipation. Try
them. Only 25c at Tnllman & Co.'s
Is always received.!
place your order Willi n
Wht, K. I
Telephone Main :
tinH. Tom's Cahin. prises 30 m?oiI. Including a dozen
Stetsons "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Is specialty artists, two quartets a su
the title or a really hie company itrb orchestra and many colored
which, under the personal direction ! ooniedlaus. who add to the big pro
of Leon W. Washburn, whoie name! duction not a little oy their pontnn
Is most favorably associated with up- mjus wit at d cleer singing Hrd dare-to-date
amusements. Is to appear at ing. Watch for the big street parade,
the Frazer opera house on Wednes- Tickets or sale at Frazer'.: book
short continuation of the treatment 1 day February IS. The company com ) store. Popular wires
cured me. There have been aymp-
torns of a recurrence since, but a few I , ,. . , ...
applications of the remedy never falls, Ward's Minstrels. season, and would have done credit
to bring positive relief. My opinion" There was a large audience a' thei any troupe Several of me spj-o-of
Doan's Ointment, then expressed. Auditorium last night, where Harrv 'all!!i "Urodut5 were receded with
fa tho same rodar as It wns when1 5 nert narr; vociferoUs applause which made it a
ft wm flret brought "my nJce!" Ward's n,msteIs sans ami dancei1 ! a'mcult matter fo, the performance
For sale by all dealers, price fKi,belr lnt0 the sood graces of the to get off me stage Harrv Wurd him
cents. Foster-Mllbum Co Buffalo audience. There was plenty of air ; snlf was one of the hits, and the
Plause and the performance deserved UTexp.of buck and Cnl
it. It was a creditable affair botl- dancing There are also some s-ou
scenically and vocally The openine -cices In the organization, and tho
set was more elabarte than nny that singing of the Harmonic Four pleased
has been seen m the big house this immensely Memphis Appeal.
Nr Y sole agents for the U. S.
Remember the name DOAN'S
and take no substitute.
inereuy suviug iu iiieuioe iuk j
manufacturing profit, making each ;
farmer more interested in improving!
his herd and producing a larger qunn-j
1 tlty and better grade of milk and con-
'centratlng the milk products of any
locality, producing therefrom large
quantities of high grade, uniform .
goods; such goods as what the con
sumers of the world want today.
There are instances where the farmi
daily brings as high a price as th ;
creamery', but that is true in only a,
small number of case6 for obvious i
reasons; namely, lack of knowledge!
in the proper handling of milk to pro
duce fine goods, lack of proper dairy)
utensils for getting the entire butter i
' product out of it in the best possible j
condition, and last, but not least, u '
lack, in very many .nstances. of suf
ficient nelp to perform the necessary
' labor. L. C Cuslee. in Practical
Dally East Oregonlan
orrfy 15 cents a wck.
Aluminum is superior to any stone
for sharpening cutlery
For Racquet Honors.
Vmv Ynrfc Pph tfi Tho rnntPKt
nntr In the amateur racquet cham-j
plonship tournament of America,
which commenced today on the courts
of the New York Racquet and Ten
nis Club, include nearly a score of
the most prominent devotees of the
game in this country and Canada.
Boslou. New York. Philadelphia and
Montreal rre well represented. Clar
ence Mackay won tho championship
last year, but he is not defending his
title this season. The participants in
the opening games werp paired as
follows: Captain R. O. MacDougal,
Montreal, and R. K. Cassatt. Philadel
phia; Qulncy A. Shaw, Jr., Boston,
and W. B. Dinsmore, Jr., New York;
E Hewitt. New York, and Frederick
Huntington New York; F. F. Hol
land. Monti eal and Lnwience Water
tn-ry. New York.
"Swinkly. ihe great actor, is a great
believer in higher criticism." "I did
not know that." "He is though. He
bays he'd rather get a grd hand from
the peanut gallery than a box any old
time." Baltimore News.
We Don't Keep In
But we no Keep a
stock of nice drr
Celling, Rustic and
in all grade aw,,ii
of Dimension LnmUr,
oiuding Lath and Ehl
Our stock of Doca,
uows, Moulding, E
and Tar Paper ud
Boxes Is complete, ud
one In need of Lumber
not be wrong in pUl
their order with the
Gray's Harbor Com.!
Opp. W; & c, R.
sammmmmmmm mmmmmm mm mmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmn?
B ON FEBRUARY 20th, 1903, NEIL J. SORENSEN & CO. WILL
B FILL ALL ORDERS RECEIVED FOR STOCK OF THE
HIGHLAND GOLD MINES COMPANY
H A SUMPTER, OREGON, CORPORATION
The First Allotment of 100,000 Shares Will Be Placed on the Market on that Date to Be Disposed of
AT SIX (6) CENTS PER SHARE.
Having been successfull in financing the Friday Gold Mining Company, we now de
sire to announce that we have been appointed financial agents for the HIGHLAND GOLD
MINES COMPANY, a Sumpter, Oregon, corporation, which recently purchased and now
owns the Knapp Group of Mines consisting of four claims, situated in the Blue Mountains
of Eastern Oregon on the main divide between the headwaters of Cracker Creek and Rock
Creek, about eight miles from the City of Sumpter. Baker County, Oregon.
Colonel M. L. Lohmire, E. M., of Baker City, Oregon, one of the most competent
and conservative mining engineers in the Northwest, after making a thorough examination
of this gToup. speaking of the vein traversing the entire length of three claims. In his re
"There are no faults or throws, or any dislocations along its course, but it Is a
strong, continuous and well defined vein, showing in all the different tunnels, shafts ana
cuts to be well mineralized and distinctly defined. But few mines carry commercial values
in gold and silver for so long a distance; in fact, I have seldom seen in my long years oi
mining experience, a vein so strong and persistent in carrying such fair values as this one
for so long a distance along its course or strike.
"In submitting this report for your favorable consideration, I would say that as a
whole there are but few mining propositions that have for the future better features, all in
all, for developing into an A No. 1 Mine The Bannock "Burn Claim alone, will, without
doubt develop into s gTeat mine, for it has every feature for so doing strength of fissuring.
width of same and the continuous strength of ore, and the value from east to west which is
shown by the openings on the vein and the throw of Its float from the apex.
this one has always struck me at being one of the valuable ones."
In placing tills stock upon the market, we shall not attempt to make our showing os
account of the adjoining properties, or to make you believe we have a big mine just because
we happen to be on the same zone as the great North Pole, E & E, Columbia and Golcondi
on the west, and the Maxwell. Robbins-Elkhorn and Baisely-Elkhorn on the east but will
simply .let the Knapp Group of Claims show for itself.
We ask you to visit the property, learr. the facts for yourself; and if you are desir
ous of making a fair investment, you may visit the property without cost to you we will
pay your expenses if the facts are not exactly as represented.
The first allotment of 100.000 shares of this stock will be placed on the market on
the 20th day of February, 1&03. We will fill orders on and after that date; and ail orders re
ceived prior thereto will be placed on file with the secretary and the stock Issued on Febru
ary 20th, In the order In which the subscriptions were received, we reserve the right, how
ever, in case of an over-subscription to return your money. We now iuvitc you to wito
your orders for the desired amount of stock: fill out the subscription blank herein printed,
cut it out. and mall direct to us at the earliest possible moment; or write us at our exiensc
to set aside for you to be issued on the 20 of February the number of shares deslreu
Then remit by letter. The price is six (C) cents per share, and the stock is lul'y Da!a up
non assessable and bears no personal liability After the first allotment is disposed oi nc
stock will be sold at the above rate, hut the price will advance.
USE THIS BLANK FOR YOUR ORDER
To NEIL J SORENSEN & CO.,
Gentlemen: I hereby make application to the HIGHLAND GOLD
MINES COMPANY of Sumpter, Oregon, through yourselves, for
( ) Shares of the
Stock of said Company, at Six (6) Cents per share, to be issued on
February 20th 1903. I agree to a .cept the return of the amount re
mitted in case of over subscription. The purchase involves no Per
sonal Liability, as the stock is full paid, non assessable and no.v.
forfeitable. I wired at your expense on
1903, to set aside for me the number of shares above mentioned, to
be issued on Feb 20, 1903
.Par value of shares P. O. Address
Enclosed herewith you will find $ in payment for the above
We heartily recommend this property and advise the purchase of uHighi
land Gold" stock; it is an Investment, not a
Address All Communications To
NEIL J. SORENSEN & CO.,