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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1903)
TUESDAY, MA11C1I 3, 1903.
Friday, Feb 27 and
Saturday, Feb. 28
; For particulars
The Store That Saves You
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE
Attention, now, U'lles, all happy ud gyl
luit ee mj 1U offer I But Two Bits to pay
For a beautiful photo, lull cabinet itte,
Tnat wonld make your bt fellow Juit opu
Juit e&it the K. O. at Dinner's old itAui,
You will our exhibit o beautiful aud
1 there try to please you, the bt we
With that aame pltaiant mlle and an artlitlu
It matters but little how old you may ba
Whether iweet iixteen or age twenty-three
Be you handaome and tall, or at oute aa an elf,
You will set a nice photo of your tweet little
Our work It First Class and 10 line you mutt
That all the beit people kuow Just where to go.
Through the whole month of March we will
Tug you tbli soug,
to bring your beat fellow and con. right along
BIMEI BIND LAW
PROVIDES FOR RECORDING
BRANDS OF CATTLE.
Persons Not Regularly Engaged as
Butchers Must Keep the Hide With
Ears Attached for 30 Days.
House bill No. 4, Introduced by
Representative V. M. HlaUley. pro
vlillng for tho protection of stock
growers and buyers Is as follows:
Section 1. Any person engaued in
the business of slaughtering cattle
must keep at their place of business
a book In which they must enter dally
the number aud class of cattle slaugh
tered, the names of the person or
persons from whom said cattle were
purchased, and the marks and brands
of such cattle. Said book must he
kept ready at all times for the Inspec
tion of any person who may desire to
examine the same.
Section 2. Any person not regular
ly engaged in the business of slaugh
tering cattle, who at nny time slaugh
ters any cattle, must retain In hi
possession the hide t,aken off said cat
tle with the ears attached thereto
without any alteration of the marks
on the same, or any disfiguration of
the brand for the period of 30 days,
and any owner of cattle may within
the period of time herein mentioned
demand an exhibition of the hide or
hides of nny cattle so killed or slaugh
tered by the person so killing the
same, or by any other person for
whose use or benefit such animal or
animals were killed, and upon such
demand being made he must produce
said hide or hides for inspection.
Section 3. Any person violating any
of the provisions of this act, shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
punished by a fine not less than $50,
or by imprisonment in the county jail
for not more than one year, or both
such fine and Imprisonment.
Read the first time, Jan. 13; read
second time Jan. 14th; approved Feb
ruary 24, 1903.
OREGON'S GEOLOGICAL STORY.
Condon-McCormlck, of Kugnnc, nd
dressed tho Salem Woman's Club yes
terday afternoon on the geological
story of Oregon. In a very clear and
entertaining manner she gave a
graphic description of the changes
that took place on this portion of the ,
surface of the earth during the ages 1
following the first appearance of an
island which Is now known as the
Hlue mountains. Her desciiptlon of
the formation of the Willamette val
Icy gave the members of the club an
altogether new but more tonect Idea
of tho manner in which this beautiful
country hntl Its origin. Mrt. .McUor
mlck exhibited a number if rare for
slls that were collected by Professor
Condon In Hastcrn Oregon. The mem
bers or the club were very apprecia
tive and were warm In their expres
sion of gratitude to Mrs. McConuIek
for valuable Instruction.
STILL HOLDING THEIR HOPS.
Mrs. Nellie Condon-McCormick's Lec
ture at Salem.
Salem, Ore., March 3. Mrs. Nellie
Growers Still Looking Hopefully for
30 Cents a Pound.
Salem, Ore., March 3. Hopgrowers
of this vicinity who still have their
hops of the crop of 1902 are still firm
ly holding In expectation of further
advances betore the end of the season.
The dullness of the last few weeks
does not discourage them, but they
Insist that In time the brewers must
have the hops and will pay tiom 2h2
to 30 cents. The inactivity is gener
ally accounted for by saying that
brewers who have contracts with deal
ers have extended the time for de
livery until the last of March or April
so that the dealers who have sold
short are under no necessity for Inly
ing at once. Those who aav4 hops
to sell believe that when the brewers
eventually demand delivery nnd must
have tho hops, the price will advance
sufficient to induce the present hold
ers to let go.
T. A. Llveslay, a well known grower
and dealer in this city, has Just re
turned iron; a three months' visit In
the East, where he was engaged in
disposing of his hops. He confirms
the reports that have been published
from time to time that tho brewers
ore holding off in the expectation i
that the present holders will yield to
the offers of lower prices. He says
that the brewers will even'ually buy
the hops at the prices the growers
are waiting for, If they cannot get I
them at a less figure.
cts truly a.s a Laxative.
Syrup of FigB appealB to the cultured and the
well-informed and to the healthy, because its
component parts are simple and wholesome
and because it acts without disturbing the
natural functions, as it is wholly free from
every objectiouuble quality or substance. In
the process of manufacturing figs are used, as
they are pleasant to the taste, but the medici
nal virtues oi Syrup ot lgB are obtained irom
an excellent combination of plants known to
be medicinally laxative aud to act most bene
ficially. To get its beneficial effects buy
the genuine- manufactured by the
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For ale by all leading Druggists, in original packages only, beating the lull
name ot the Company.
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WE ARE NOW OFFERING THE
OF HIGHLAND GOLD STOCK
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AT SIX (6) CENTS PER SHARE.
The drat allotment of 100.000 Shares was dianoaed of at six fients iur tdinrp mnntlv hv lalorrrnm nnrl in nrdar fn nllnw t.hnnn whnnA nrdorH failed to reach Vis by the
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20th of February, on account of delayed mails and blocked trains, an opportunity to secure "HIGHLAND GOLD" stock, at the bedrock price of bx cents per share, we
have placed the second allotment upon the market at the same price. This is a grouud floor offer, and an opportunity to invest your savings iu a gold miue with a
brilliant future, one which will, without doubt, after a course of systematic development, rauk as one of the largest gold producers aud dividend payers in the Sumpter
LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION
TheHIGHLAND GOLD MINES COMPANY owns twelve quartz claims (1M0 acres) In
the heart of the famous 8UMPTER OISTRI8T OF EASTERN OREGON, and located uu the
same belt aa the world-renowned NORTH POwE, theCOLUMBIA, the GOLCONDA, and
the E. & E. MINES to the west, aud theBAISLEY-ELKHORN and other large producer to
the east, the great CHLORIDE mine lying to the noTth of the HIGHLAND GROUP.
This wonderful belt or zone, after passing through the mlni!3 to tho west, Htrlluis tlio
HIGHLAND ground and runs through It for a distance of 3500 teot The vein ledge has
been thoroughly prospected and pay-ore has been uncovered the whole distance- Ii tact, the
longest and most continuous pay-shoot or ore- body ever discovered In the district is found
In the HIGHLAND ground.
FREE TRIP TO THE MINES
To any who wiBhes to Invest a reasonable sum In the HIGHLAND, we will pay all the
traveling expenses to nnd from the, mine for the purpose of his making a personal Investi
gation We have a good mine and wo are not afraid to show it. Mining men and experts or
known ability who have visited the HIGHLAND are all unanimous lu saying that theHIGH
LAND will make a large mine and u good producer.
Iu Inviting you to purchase stock In the HIGHLAND, we do so with the end In view
of securing you as a permanent customer and client, believing that by fair and honest treat
merit only can we rotaln the confidence of Investors. .
From our prospectus you can learn all about our enterprise. It Is a good one suit
and cortuln. We recommond It to our most, conservative clIeutB.
SECOND ALLOTMENT IS NOW OFFERED AT 6 CENTS PER SHARE Lwo sha'es? $300 wl11
THIS IS POSITIVELY THE LAST BLOCK OF THIS STOCK THAT WILL BE SOLD
AT SUCH AN EXTREMELY LOW FIGURE
USE THIS BLANK FOR YOUR ORDER
To NEIL 1. SORENSEN & CO..
Gentlemen: 1 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 he issued on
February 20th 1903. I agree to accept the return of the amount re
mitted in case of over subscription. The purchase involves no Per
sonal Liability, as the stock is fui.i. iaid, non assessable and non.
rORFEiTAULK. 1 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
Do not delay .your orders, WIRE U8 AT OUR EXPENSE, stating the number of
shares you wish set aside. Then remit by letter, (using the application blank below.) By
this means you will he reasonably certain ,of securing the.jock while at tho .BEDROCK
price of six cents per sharo. - -
We refer you to any bank, business (house, or to any" substantial citizen In the com
munity in which we llvo.
Send money order, check or draft at your earliest convenience.
For further particulars apply to
For Further Particulars Apply To
NEIL J. SORENSEN & CO.,
Department No. M
GOOD AQENT8 WANTED. MUST GIVE REFERENCES.
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