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FOR PORTLAND Fl
ACUTE AND CHRONIC,
Some people have been suffering
from Rheumatism so long that
MUSCULAR, MERCURIAL, SKKSS
from an ache or pain, and have
ARTIPIIIAR AM1 long since forgotten the joy9 of a painlesa
All I lUULnU MIlU existence. They ore at the mercy of every
ftir-i a B9RB a Tnnv 111 wind- and tilir misery is aggravated
INl" LA Mm A I Un Y . by exposure to cold or sudden changes in
the temperature. They become walking
Iterometcrs and most accurate in weather predictions, the increasing pains in
muscles and joints foretelling the approaching storm or the coming of bad
(weather. It is from these constant sufferers that the great army of rheumatic
cripples is recruited. Their bodies are worn out by the incessant pains and
i . a rr i a t .
Vie joints oecoiuc oo suuencu onu ucoi
that they are at last compelled to give
mp or hobble about on crutches.
Nobody ever outlived Rheumatism;
Ihe disease never loosens its grip or
Selves of its own cccord, but must be
driven out by intelligent and persist
ed treatment through the blood, for
Rheumatism of every variety and form
Is caused by an over acid condition of
the blood, and the deposit in muscles,
faints and nerves of corrosive poisons
Cd gritty particles, and it is these
itating substances that produce the
inflammation, swelling and pains,
which last as long as the blood remains
Ib this sour and acid state.
p- T cure Rheumatism permanently
the blood must be purified and invig
orated, and no other remedy does this so well or to promptly as S. S. S. It
fcfreshes and restores to the thin acid blood its nourishing and health-sustaining
properties. And when strong, rich blood is again circulating through
Ike body the acid poisons and irritating matter are washed out of the muscles
and joints, ana me pains ax once cease
and Rheumatism is a thing of the
past. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable
medicine and does not derange the
stomach like the Strong mineral
remedies, but builds up the general
health, increases the appetite asd
tones up the digestion.
Through our Medical Department
he pain-racked, despondent Rheumatic sufferer will receive helpful advice
from Physicians of experience and skill without charge. Write us fully about
jrour case. . THE SWIFT SPEOIFIO CO., ATLANTA, OA.
Bowline Qmn, Ky.
Ctantloment About a year airo X
was nttaofeed by acute RhemnatUa
In my shoulders, arms and loeabalow
the knee. X could not raise my am
to comb my hair. Doctors presoribed
for mo for over two months without
Blvinr me any relief. I saw S. S. S3,
adrertlsed and deolded to try It.
Immediately Z commenced its nso X
felt better, and xomarked to my
mother that I was a-lad X had at last
found some relief. I continued its
uso and am entirely well. X will
always feel deeply Interested. In the
uooess of S. S. S. slnoe It did ran so
muoh sTood. Tours truly,
KE8. AXiXOB HORTOST.
811 Twelfth Street.
Write the East Ore
gonian for a free cat
alogue of tiiem. A full supply always kept in stock.
Will Transfer Her Entire St. Louis
Exhibit to the Lewis and Clark Ex
position. Salt Lake City, March 11. The
Utah legislature today passed a bill
appropriating $10,000 for an exhibit
at the Lewis and Clark Exposition
to be held in Portland In 1905. Ac
tion on the measure, which had pre
viously been passed by the senate,
was unanimously In favor of the bill,
j which went through without discus
sion. ; Although but $10,000 is named as
' the appropriation for the Portland
fair, the exhibit will really cost many
times that amount. A companion bill,
I which also passed the legislature to
day, provides for tho expenditure of
$50,000 for a Utah oxhlblt at St. Louis
Hn 1904. The St. Louis exhibit will
be moved entire to Portland. The ap-
proprlatlon for the Portland fair Js de
! signed to cover the rost of transfer.
I and to replace any portion:; of tnis
display that may bo lost or destroy
' ed, Should tho funds permit, addl
i tions will be made for Hxe Portland
' exhibit, as It is the wish of (Jovemor
i Wells to make the most creditable
showing possible at the Portland fair.
It is certain that Governor "Wells will
.approve both measures passed by the
losislature today. The governor has
l een a strong advocate of a large ap-
ptopriatlon for the purpona of these
, exhibits, and heartilv indorse.:! the
j two bills.
An effort, which lacked general' sup
j port ,was made to cut down the St.
Louis appropriation. TIetjen, a Mor
j moa representative from Utah coun
' ty, proposed an amendment butting
, the amount to $25,000, and Austin,
1 another Mormon member, from Utah
1 county, proposed making the appro
I priation $40,000. After considerable
I discussion, the bill as originally Intro
I duced appropriating $50,000, was pass
ed with but few votes against It.
The Portland commission will con
sist of four members, and the same
, number will constitute tho St. LouIe
I commission. While detailed plans
, haev not yet been announced, It is
certain that the Utah display will be
a fine one. The state is in possession
of many flno relics and speolmon?
which can be mado a part of the ex
hibit without tho expenditure of any
thing beyond the cost of transporta
tion and arrangement. This will per
mit tho erection of a builiDui; at -inn
of the fairs, and possibly at both. It
tho Intention of 3uwrnor Wells
t have the mineral, 'igrleultiiml and
other resources of Uvih fully repre
sented, and to this end he will nnme
as commissioners men especially wfcll
fitted to collect and display the ev
li bit to tho best advantage.
First Paper Outside of Paris Run by
Women Now In Cambridge, Mass.
Boston, March 11. Tho first news
paper to he run entirely by women
in the United States, and tho only one
in the world outside of Paris, mado Its
appearance in Cambridge today. It
is a weekly sheet and Is called the
Cambridge Press. Tho publisher and
managing editor, Miss Alice Spencer
Geddes, Is a prominent young woman
of Cambridge, and for the last five
years she has edited tho women's de
partment of the Chronicle. Miss Bes
sie Bralnard Is associate editor, and
Mrs. Estelle J. Norton the assistant
Everyone on tho staff, from the
chief to the office girl, Is of tho gent
ler sex, and In the mechanical depart
ment all are women with the single
exception of the pressman. Tho pa
per starts with a largo subscription
list and the promoters consider the
outlook exceedingly bright,
If a person has neuralgia in his system this
the season when it will be felt. It is an ailment (I
mn' enritin- from n vnriVtv nf niirvc An-n,:
depressed state of the bodily functions are freque
causes. The exhaustion resulting from rheumatisj
also makes it easy for neuralgia to get a foothold
Scott's Emulsion has for years been recognize
as a powerful agent for good in giving new
to the worn-out nerve centers and building
the weakened tissues which are responsible fJ
Another New Mexico Line.
Santa Fe, N. M., March 11. It Is
reported that tho actual work of con
struction will bo commenced shortly
by the Ilio Grande & Southwestern
railroad, which was recently incorpo
rated here. Tho lino will be 42 miles
in length, and will bo constructed
from a junction with the Denver &
Rio Grande, in Rio Grande county, N.
M., and extend In a south and south
westerly direction until tho Jicarllla
Apacho Indian reservation Is reached.
The road will penetrate a rich and
productive country, now without any
railroad facilities. There Is fine tim
ber for railroad supplies, material,
etc., and the Denver & Rio Grande
will receive over this spur line a
largo quantity of maintenance mater
ial for Its system In the adjacent por
tion of Colorado.
In Scott's Emulsion the pure cod liver oil
combined with hypophosphites of lime and soda, m
latter contributing strength to the blood and bone
As the principal mission of Scott's Emulsio
is to give healthy, solid flesh, active tissue,
blood and rich bone marrow it will be readily se
why Scott's Emulsion is so effective in driving on
the causes of neuralgia.
We'll send you a sample free upon request
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St., New York.
Have Your Water Pipes Examined and Repatf ei at On-
Delay will lead to serious breaks.
First-class work guaranteed by
BECK, the Reliable Plumber.
Court street, opposite the Golden Rule Hotel
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WE ARE NOW OFFERING THE
OF HIGHLAND GOLD STOCK
AT SIX (6) CENTS PER SHARE.
nu fTijeifirSt allotmeut f Shares was disposed of at six cents per share, mostly by telegram, and in order to allow those whose orders failed to reach us by the
20th of February, on account of delayed mails and blocked trains, an opportunity to secure "HIGHLAND GOLD" stock, at the bedrock price of six cents per share, we
have placed the second allotment upon the market at the same price. This is a ground floor offer, and an opportunity to invest your savings in a golS mine with a
Id Tld a CUr8e 8V8tematlc delPment, rank as one of the largest gold producers and dividend payers in the Surapter
LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION
TheHIGHLAND GOLD MINES COMPANY owns twelve quartz claims (240 acres) in
the heart of the famous 3UMPTER DISTRIST OF EASTERN OREGON, and located on tho
same belt as the world-renowned NORTH PO-E, theCOLUMBIA, the GOLCONDA, and
tho E. & E. MINES to the west, and theBAISLEY-ELKHORN and other large producers to
the east, the great CHLORIDE mine lying to tho north of the HIGHLAND GROUP.
This wonderful belt or zone, after passing through the mines to the west, strikes tho
HIGHLAND ground and runs through it for a distance of 3500 feet. Tho vein o: ledge has
been thoroughly prospected and pay-ore has been uncovered the whole distance in fact, tho
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 wishes to invest a reasonable sum In the HIGHLAND, we will pay all the
traveling expenses to and from the mine for the purpose of his making a personal investi
gation. We have a good mine and we are not afraid to show it. Mining men and experts of
known ability who have visited the HIGHLAND aro all unanlmouB in saying that thoHIGH
LAND will make a large mine and a good producer.
In 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
ment only can we retain the confidence of investors.
Prom our prospectus you can learn all about our enterprise, it is a good one safe
and certain. We recommend It to our most conservative clients.
SECOND ALLOTMENT IS NOW OFFERED AT 6 CENTS PER SHARE soo smm w w ,ooo shares, $300
buy 3,uuu snares. No discount on large orders.
THIS IS POSITIVELY THE LAST BLOCK OF THIS STOCK THAT WILL BE SOLD
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USE THIS BLANK FOR YOUR ORDER
To NEIL I. SORENSEN & CO.,
SUM PTER, OREGON.
Gentlemen: I hereby make application to the HIGHLAND GOLD
MINES COMPANY of Sumpter, Oregon, through yourselves, for
( ) Shares of the
Stock of said Company, at Six (6) Cents per share, to be issued on
February 20th 1903. I agree to accept the return of the amount re
mitted in case of over-subscription. The purchase involyes no Per
sonal Liability, as the stock is full paid, non assessable and non.
fohkwi able. I wired at your expense on
1903, to set aside for me the number of shares above mentioned, to
be issued on Feb. 20, 1903.
Par value of shares
Do not delay your orders. WIRE US AT OUR EXPENSE, atatlng the number, of
shares you wish set aside. Then remit by letterruBiner-the-appUcaUon-blank-below.)--By -this
means you will bo reasonably certain of securing the stock while at tfie BEDROCK
price of six cents per share. , "
We refer you to any bank, business house, or to any substantial citizen "in thl. cob-
munity in which wo live.
Send money order; check or draft at your earliest convenience
For further particulars apply to
P. O Address.
Enclosed herewith you will find J in payment for the above
ft' p$UTibtr Particulars" Apply To
Department No. M
J GOOD AGENTS WANTED'. MU8J qiVE REFERENCES.
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