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Our Line of
Is now oper for our inspection, including perfumes, toi et
soaps, coid cream1;, satchel powders, talrun: powders, almond
meals, et;. We will be pleased to shew yon these qoo is
whether you intend to bus or not
BROCK & McCOMAS CO.
COLLEGE BOYS ALARMED.
Card playing among Columbia stud
ents is under the ban. The members ,
of the Whist Club at the university ' - r . t
have been forbidden to play whist ln!-clcry eS& &n Crisp.
the rooms of Earl hall, the student
Sweet Potatoes, the good Enjoy your leisure time at
iouildlng for undergraduate social life. - uc. fi j ,
iThe whist players are amazed at the , Cabbage, SOlid heads.
MON'DAT MARCH 5 19"tS
ruling, as their pastime is not gamb
ling, but largely designed as a new
branch of Intercollegiate rivalry, in-
asmuch as Yale and Columbia are to .
i meet in a dual whist tournament next
The kind that grow in this soil
, Backgammon .checkers, chess and j and climate. Fresh stock of 1903
j ping pong are permitted in Earl hall, j 5eetJs.
I so the whist men cannot exactly see "
why they should be discriminated '
I against. !
! The Columbia Spectator, the stud-,
i,,t rlnll,- nau'ciiHtuir !, tic Iudiia i-ne.
1 1 1 VI . 1 1 .IV ' ' .','. 1 1 ' 1 . I .1 . . 1 .1 -1 I I. V
'terdaj printed an editorial on the
' " "If the Whist Club may not play j
in Earl hall, what next?' is a ques-j-r Qt Ci c? 11
tion asked by those who would be in- 1 nc aiS Ote in a bmall
terested in an explanation of the lat- Room.
Tx Ions Orezon has delayed her road est bull of the lc-ds spiritual of the,
1 !uiiiiinc All experts who have look- university. I
ed over th state, are iinanimnns in "We confess that wo are
declaring that the essentials for per- seJZ !f T-ann!?""
the decree, but we venture to sur
fect countrj- roads are found every- , th, it nn th fnt
S!D. KEMLER & SON
UNDER W. & C. R. DEPOT
First-class Bowling Alleys
Best Billiard and Pool Tables
Shooting and Throwing Galler
ies. Musical entertainment every
1 evening. Best order maintained
O Jet me learn that out of dark
Has its beginnings out of weak
That war's black, mocking vis
age, dread to see.
Is brooded over by the Dove of
Tnat at Hate's root, deep hidden
though it be.
There thrills the seed of Lore's
great banyan tree!
THE SYMPATHETIC STRIKE.
that cards are not infrequently
where in this state.
Umatilla county, whose 4.000.000
bushel wheat crop is the pride of the
state, can. and must take the lead in
good roads construction. There is a
special inducement to begin this
movement, now before the court, in was not to be allowed in the building
j that Milton petition.
j WILL THE PRESIDENT VISIT PEN
I I DLETON?
.. .... 1 Alta Street. OnnnKitn Savings Bank I
enurejj ; Drop in and while away your
SMITH'S HARNESS ,'5Parc time-
IS THE BEST
ill ua IV. en,l
oKins, aiurt Wait-
anus, Muslm IJmU
wear, Shirt Waists, Sill
mome uarios and fj
far the best in style and!
price in town
"The first blow came when it was
announced that no rooms would be
aligned permanently, and it was soon
followed by the dictum that sniokin
except in the few square inches set
apart for this purpose in the garreL
And now whist is forever banished
from the sacred precincts.
"Little by little true college spirit
has been crowded out and its place .
taken by an atmosphere almost ef-1
femiuate. Under a continuance of
He will make the principal ; " P"em poncy 01 management we j
r U" U1U distant future sees the building aban
1 President Roosevelt is now making
' j final arrangements for his Western
645 Main street.
25 pounds of fancy dried prunes'
only Si. 00.
We have Dried
Made of bet material by ben work
I men. If vou npd )inriifji lnvtl-!
j will leave local arrangements to the . doned and deserted by the students 1 gate. Call and examine our stock of !
cities he is to visit Before the time j and the white-robed spirit of hide-! single and
A strike Is bad enough when forced I of the presidential party is all allot
upon workingmen by actual wrongs: I ted to other points. Pendleton should
it is tenfold worse, when they take ' surely secure a place on the list of
up a fight for some other class or i stopping places.
single and double harness, saddles,
bound sanctity tradings ,ts echoing. wni aud lla and our ,
halls in all the sublimity 01 spiritual, , T , . r , .,
isolation. New York Herald.
trade, through sympathy.
The way to win a strike is to stay
out. and keep others from filling the
vacant places, as long as possible.
The means of workingmen are limit
ed, and half the srreat strikes in his
tory are lost through want or fear of
want, in the families of strikers.
The sympathetic strike only hurt
the cause by bringing a larger num
ber of men upon the support of char
ity, for when the man stops the pay
The most sensible way to end the
strike, no matter where it occurs, is
for every man who has a job. and
who is not directly interested in the
question or issue involved, to work
every day and support the striker
Pay his bills, keep his family from
want, contribute to his support, and
in every way make it possible for
him to stay out.
In this manner the Harriman boiler
makers have remained idle for eight
months; every other railroad organ!
zation has contributed to their relief;
the company has virtually paid the
strikers bills, through the wages of
If all the other orders had struck
in sympathy with the boilermakers
the entire force would have lost
ground, for no one would have been
earning wages to pay the bills.
The Wabash employes can secure
better results from the contributions
of their brethren on other roads, than
from a sympathetic strike.
BUILD COUNTY ROADS.
The commendable action of Milton
citizens in subscribing a Jl.200 fund
to assist the county court in building
five miles of crushed rock road in
the vicinity of Milton, is worthy or the
court's earnest consideration.
While this is only one of the nu
merous pieces of bad road in Umatil
la county. It Is deserving of special
attention, on account of the activity
and large contribution of Milton's cit
inens. If other communities in the county
would offer such assistance to the
court, in practical road making, it
would result in untold good to the
county. The means of the county
for road making purposes are limited.
The hands of tho county court are
tied by a lack of sufficient funds to
repair and construct all the road that
The people, recognizing this situa
tion, must do as Milton has done
como half way. Where this disposi
tion is shown, and this sort of effort
is made, the county court will do
everything in its power to meot the
citizens, in tho construction and re
pair of roads.
It will bo Justified In making sacri
fices in other ways, to further tho in
terests of the farming communities.
The presidential party will enter
Oregon from the south, stopping at
the principal points of interest in the
Willamette valley and will remain one
day and night in Portland, before go
ing north to the Sound cities.
After visiting the Sound, the party
wif come east through Washington
; over the Northern Pacific by way of
North Yakima and Ellensburg to
This will be the nearest approach
of the party to Pendleton and the
matter of bringing it, by special train,
to this city, is now before the citizens
of Pendleton. If President Roosevelt
passes through the West without
getting a glimpse at the Umatilla
county wheat fields, famed wherever
the name of Roosevelt is known, he
will not have seen the true glory of
the Inland Empire and the Pacific
Repair work done substantially aud i
Arctic Club, an old violin, relic of the
ill-fated Greely relief expedition, be
queathed by Roderick R. Schneider. !
its former owner, as he lay in the snow '
to die in 1SS4. to the next explorer 1 The Gasoline
J. A. SMITH,
218 Court Street.
who should come so far north, is now '
for sale in Brooklyn.
Tortures, Cripples and Deforms. :
most handy companion,
man s .
Low Sellers of Groceries
ARE YOU READY TO BUY
THEN LOOK AT THIS LIST
Preaching from the House!
I On the merits of uurflue lauudir
I wouldn't have half th- eOect thi
I of our exouisltely laundered
fronts, collar or cull on die ta
has upon Ills frit-mln. We make 1
1 customers from our line t-j vtvmu
1 nniHii, coinr uuu ail 1st ic uundrria
on me wearer man a wiure 00 t
Hubject would give uh. "Seeiugai
neving, unci our enru im on ill
fnHt'uiiou! dresHers in Pendleton.
THE DOMESTIC UffiH
Court and Thompson StreeB
The Pendleton public school has
been royally treated by the club wo
men of this city, who brought the art
exhibit here, conducted it, worked '
night and day for it's success, arrang- j
ed the attractive programs, rendered
Rheumatism do not treat all alike. ,
Some suSer torture from the verv berin- ! t . .1 r, i
nine, the attnek imn.r lJZZ Vt II s something new. Requires no j
and disastrous that tier' are made heh packing and has no stud bolts Four aud k&U lots with two lurge
less cripples in a few days, while others , to twist off. t PJettv cottages, all well improved,
feel only occasional twitches of pain in j row reuted for $30 a mouth, 14500.
the knees, anklei, elbows and wrists, 01 1 Let us show vou our irrigation! A lodging houe, 14 roouiB and lot,!
the muscles of the lees. arms, back or , r,l, i,.,:, : t very centrally located. J2500.
neck; but this treacherous disease is only r .bwuu . u.u A lot about three blocks fniai Main
- , A bouse, 8 rooms aud lot, live blocks
TST'X.'L 3 I Coart ' off SIaiu street, $1100.
TT ilucSy Street ' $4ooier hoUBefl autl 1()lh from ,50 t0 1
, Single lots from $125 to 5300 accord-'
----.:-: z. i j,: : - : s 5 , ing to locatiou.
1 s-our iota together jtHW.
tbem. in a large part, themselves, and
turned the proceeds over to the
traveling by slower stages. The acid
poisons are all the while accumulating in
the blood, and muscles and joints are
filling with corroding, acrid matter, and
when the disease tightens its grip and
strikes with full
force, no constitu
tion js strong enough
to withstand its fear
ful blows, and its vic
tims are crippled and
deformed, or literally
worn out by constant
pain. Rheumatism u
GOOD SOUND WOOD
caused by Uric Acid
or some other irri-
ta,nrr nic , 1.
schools. As -a result of this self-sac- 1 blood, and this is the cause of every va-
ruicuig moor on the part of the wo- neiy ana lormo: tins areaa disease Ex.
men ami thA fAnhorU rrt,n. i tenia! remedies do not
cujujeu a ween or heneticial entertain- s s s iti .i,: ; , i
ment. the citizens have been broutrht tion and attacks the disease itself. The
in contact with the best specimens of ac5d P0"0113 that cause the inflammation,
art in existence, and the walls of the 1 ?Cw!!lf fi'eilinf,ar,e neulJah .an.d
I riix lots together. t8oQ.
Fourteen lots together, whole block,
I Will sell for uath or on vusy terms. '
I Will explain and show property up
on application. Peudletou is growins '
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T 1 i i ranlfllV H.1W1 TlVMtmunta iiAitt tittll i I
iiiviiiiiiiiiiti nmTTO nmnrn nic .. ' ... j .... . w ' - ,v j
place your order with us. T ;.'.. l ' A . 7" ou,er. faring block, present;
real estate Invest-1 Uln wbb" ou eann in'iim ciaa i
detlaDce to the ueuiher. Ther never i
! have looe ru kn Our baekt nui bur
in j f. j . . made by lhe Winoim Mniiufuctotlnct'o,
111 OUrl Oireeifln the hardwood belt. All air dried I
I used in construction. Cull aid see ui u
iiicBticxeai pjow in eartu. ne uamiti
N EAGLE BROTHERS
read disease. Ex-I T' T" I i
nrSoSeb!ood,lrir, lamarack and
public school will long bear testimony
to the worthy labors of Pendleton
The Hiltsboro Argus, which has ar-
argued that the Lewis and Clark fair
appropriation should be referred to
the people, has changed its position
and now says a referendum vote on
the matter would be a costly formali
ty. Five men out of ninetv voted
against the appropriation, and even
this opposition would be weakened in
a popular vote. Oregon has already ex
pressed an opinion. It contains six
figures and a dollar mark.
Judge Hamilton, of Lane county in
sentencing Lyons, the murderer of
Sheriff Withers to hang, gave him a
wholesome lecture on morals. As the
condemned man has only a month in
which to live, the judge can't expect
much of a return on his advice.
Give Itooaovelt fair warning and a
good gun and he will bo more than
equal to any of the cranks that ever
visit the White house.
Tho socialists are going to nomi
nate a candidate for congTess in the
A white mst 1b an unexplained dis
ease of English and German galvaniz-
ea iron that nas developed within a
year or two.
way to profit is
C. D. BOYD,
tating matter, and nothing is left in the
circulation to pro
duce other attacks.
S, S. S. beinjr a vege
table remedy does 1
not impair the diges- '
tion ortJni-rnl llaltl, i
like alkaliand potash remedies, butbuild '
UD and invigorates thr fntir vtm nnA I.
t the same time makes a thorough and
permanent cure of Rheumatism.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Gi!
All kinds for all purposes.
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
Planing of all descriptions done
Don't place your order foi
Building Material until you hav
Why buy poor coal when you
can get the best for the same
Telephone Main 5 i
Pendleton Planing Mill an
WMRT fORSTER, Proprietor
Bar in connection.
Bet. Alta & Webb Sts.
In Center of Block.
F. X. Schempp
Propri e t o r
The East Orenonlan Is Eastern Ore
flon's representative paper. It leads
and the people appreciate It and show
It by their liberal patronage. It Is the
advertising medium of this section.
By the Fire Insurance Com
panies we represent. Our
companies stand first in the
.Hurtford Fire Inaurauwj Co.$12,259,076
Alliance Assurance Co 29,030,863
London fc Lancashire Fire
Ins"1" Co 2,544,683
North British & Mercantile
DCoVr A 19,695,974
Royal Insurance Co 22,897,163
FRANK B. CLOPTON
600 MAIN STREET
I have purchased the
Royal Restaurant, on
Main street.-j doors north
of W. & C, R. depot,
where I will serve the
Best 25 Cent Meal
In the city. I will ap
predate your patronage
and ask you to call and
MEAL TICKETS, $3.50
R. F. THORP.
Weiell and guarantee the 8lorer
Just received anothei
car load of Poultry and
stock supplies at the
127 and 129 East Alt Street
OfnTTtrnTtr a vrm t rru PrOsi
at 7 ft. m forUkiaband InUrmedUWrrj
turn, II 23j to Nye, il.26; Nje and
to Rldre. 1.76; to Rlge and return, .sSiii
Alba, r28; to Alba and return, HW1 1
W-M: u uxian ana return, M.iu
Office la QoldeB Rule Hotel, Re