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I Oil!? NEW HATS !
For the spring
season are now
Colors : Black, Pearl, Ntftra and Otter
For Further Particulars
See Our North Window.
FABWIERS' MEETING! WiUSTSPRAY AT OWGE
Baes & Daley
One-Price Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers
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FRIDAY, AIAUCH 20. 1003.
The United Mineworlters of Amer
ica are said to have won three vital
concessions in the award of the strike
The Hawaii house committee on
public expenditure has reported an
other embezzlement in the board of
public works, the amount being ?2,
300. The strike at the Kansas City
Southern shops in Pittsburg, Kan.,
has assumed a warlike appearance.
Ninety-one non-union men have been
imported and are protected by 50
By the efforts of Joseph Bishop,
secretary of the Ohio state board of
arbitration, the strike of the Toledo
teamsters lias been settled and the
men have returned to work. The em
ployers agreed to recoguize the union.
During a lull in his duties as a col
lecting agent the Kaiser has returned
his attention to domestic science and
expelled Hoin the royal palace all
the pet animals and birds. His royal
highness surmised that they might
Naval cadets for the construction
corps were, until it was closed to
them recently, trained in the school
at Greenwich, England. They are
now, on graduating from Annapolis,
sent to the Boston Institute of Tech
nology for three years.
The Armour. Swift and Morris in
terests have renewed a loan of $20.
000,000. originally obtained to pur
chase the other plants preparatory to
the great combine. The fact that the
loan is extended is taken to mean
that the beef merger has been post
poned, Dr. Flick, In a lecture on tubercu
losis, warned especially aguinst mov
ing into houses previously occupied
by consumptives, where disinfection
had not been made, and also against
the employment of consumptive serv
ants, and emphasized the efficiency
of cleanliness as a preventive meas
ure. The physical director at Yale col
lege has measured all students en
tering in the last nine years. The
non-smokers average 15 months
younger than the smokers, are taller
and during the four years in school
gain 24 per cent more in height and
2C.7 per cent more in chest growth
than do the habitual users of tobacco.
Charles II. Schwab declares ho has
no intention of resigning tho presi
dency of tho steel combination. Re
ferring to his observations in Europe,
ho said: "I must say that there is
great commercial activity in some
parts of Europe. Germany, for exam
ple, as well as France. This is not
the only manufacturing nation in the
world, and the sooner we realize that
J. H. Nelson and wife, Athena.
C. D. Wesmer, Seattle.
II. H. Cauley, Seattle.
J. T. King, Athena.
Henry .1. Thomas, Oshkosh.
J. C. Sims, Walla Walla.
Henry Tyler. Weenah.
S.' dimming. Neenah.
J. J. Worcester, Sumpter.
B. E. Lewis, San Francisco.
C. P. Collins. Spokane.
G. W. Bradley. Athena.
J. W. Sawyer, Walla Walla.
A. J. McCormick. Moscow.
A. Bettie and wife. Walla Walla.
A. Liuehan and sister, Moscow.
T. W .Lusk. La Grande.
G. W. Williams, Portland.
A. U Olsen, Albert.
W. K. Hilton, Hot Lake .
J. Swerenger, Hot Iake.
J. S. Estes and wife. Hot Lake.
Milo W. Smith, Spokane.
C. P. Itiner, Spokane.
G. D. Galley, Portland.
Carl ICupers, Helix.
J. W. Duncan, Umatilla.
E. A. Murphy and wife, Culdesac.
P. Teats, Kipper.
B. Keller, Culdesac.
.1. Gardner, Portland.
.W. Orton, Helix.
STATU OF OHIO, I
CITY OF TOLEDO, )ss
LUCAS COUNTY, )
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that lie Is
the senior partner of the Arm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business In the city of
Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of One
Hundred Dollars for each and every case
of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of nail's Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence this Cth day of December, A.
(Sea!.) A. W. QLEASON,
ITall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
end acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testi
F. .7. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by all UruKKtHts, 73c.
Hall's Family I'll Is are the best.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
The Sumpter Valley railway will
be extended this season to tho timber
belt south of Whitney.
President Hoosovelt will lay tho
corner stone of the Exposition build
ing in Portland In May.
The Southern Pacific will lay SO-
pound steel rails over the mountains
In Northern California tills season.
Andrew Ames, missing from his
home at Woodburn, has been found at
ML Angel Thursday In a demented
Food Commissioner Bailey is pre
paring to make u compaign against
adulterated foods In Portland ros
tuurauts Feeling against Paddy Lynch, tho
Astoria kidnaper, is very high. Other
serious charges are to be uiado
Salem and Portland city councils
have appointed a committee to ar
range for the reception or the presi
Frank Stentz, who run down and
killed a bicyclist near Spokane last
year has been sentenced to two years
In the penitentiary.
Gov. Chamberlain, Secretary of
State Dunbar and Treasurer Mooro.
are on a visit or Inspection on tho
route of tho portage road,
Robert McDonald. 4
crushed to death hi Portland Thurs.
day by a largo piece or timber roll
Ing from tho top or a pile upon him
n" i"yiuB ihuo and seek.
i-rt.ueui Kates, or tho United
wmnernoou or Hallway Employes,
has been arrested at Vancouver. B. 0
lil- 7..Z""?'. ,u ""'"B uie cana
u nim8uip employes to strike
We, the undersigned, will be in
Pendleton within a few weeks, for
the purpose of purchasing three hund
red (300) more or less head of horses,
for the United States cavalry, there
fore, would instruct owners In this
vicinity, to get their horses in proper
shape to conform to the following re
Geldings Roans, light and dark
sorrel, and other hardy colors. They
must be sound, gentle under the sad
dle, with free and prompt action at
the walk, trot and gallop; without de
fect or blemish: of kind disposition,
to weigh not less than 950 pounds.
nor more than 1150 pounds, from ID
hands 1 inch to 10 hands high; from
four (4) to eight (8) years of age;
suitable for the United States cav-airy.
We will notify you later, the date
wo want the horses brought in for
i' or further particulars, write
Herman Mctzger, Portland Ore.
Stock Farm for Sale.
We have the .Tas. Lindsay farm,
near Alba for sale. It consists of G40
acres. 140 acres in timothy; more
than 200 acres in wild hay. which will
grow timothy. A portion will grow
wheat and barley, balance pasture;
abundance of water. All fenced;
Will sell in one, two or three tracts.
Easy terms. Also the Georgo Barn
hardt farm four miles up Wild Horse.
BENTLEY & HARTMAN.
Mokl Tea positively cures Sick
Headache, Indigestion and Constipa-
uon. a uengnttui herb drink. Re
moves all eruptions of the sirl n nrn.
ducing a perfect complexion or money
refunded. 25c and 50c. Write to us
for freo sample. W. II. Hooker & Co..
Buffalo, N. Y. F. W. Schmidt & Co.,
NOTED EDUCATORS ATTEND
INSTITUTE AT LA GRANDE
Mayor Slater Welcomes the Farmers
In an Interesting Address Dr.
Wlthycombe and Professor Lecken
by Present J. W. Bailey to Address
l.a Grande. March 20. The Farm
ers' Institute opened at 7 o'clock this
morning, with a good attendance of
fanners from Union. Elgin, Cove. Al
ice! and Summervllle.
Mayor James D. Slater deliveied
the address of welcome.
In a few well chosen remurks ho re
viewed the progress of tho agricultu
ral industries in Eastern Oregon, and
paid high tribute to the pioneers who
laid the lasting fo-iniU'tlons of pres
Coming down to the later day. ho
pictured the transformation of the
1,000-acre wheat fields Into the 40
acre beet tracts and the innumerable
orchards of Grand Ronde.
He told of the demand for Oregon
flour, food stuffs anil dairy products
in Asia and Alaska, and pointed to
the Eastern Oregon farm as the re
source from which this supply must
be drawn. He urged higher cultiva
tion of small farms, improvement of
herds, better preparation of cattle,
sheep and hogs for the markets, and
the constant pruning down of wastes
and needless expenses.
Speaking of irrigation in the West
he said the farmers who were dem
onstrating the power of irrigation on
a small scale in the innumerable foot
hill farms of Eastern Oregon were the
true evangels of this new industrial
Responds to Mayor.
The response to the address of
Mayor Slater was made by Dr. James
Wlthycombe. of the Oregon. Agricul
tural College, who is the representa
tive of that institution at the insti
tute. Dr. Withcombe reviewed the his
tory of scientific farm work in Ore
gon, as carried on successfully at the
He spoke of the aid of tho experi
mental and demonstrative work done
by that institution, in connection with
the practical work of farmers; sci
ence is the right hand of all industry
System, knowledge, technical learn
ing, all are now in practical use by
farmers. Agricultural papers have
opened the way between the farm and
the college. No man need be in dark
ness any longer on the homely sub
jects that lie wrapped up in tho plow
ed fields and blossoming orchards.
On Beet Sugar.
After a select ' musical program,
rendered by the women of La Grande,
A. E. Ackerly, superintendent of the
La Grande Beet Sugar Factory, read
nn inteiesting paper on the manufac
ture of beet sugar.
Mr. Ackerly's technical knowledge
of the subject, his graceful way of
telling it and the many interesting
details which be brought out, render
ed this paper one of the most inter
esting numbers on the program.
The movement toward raising beet
seed in Grand Ronde fs assuming
form. It is a separate branch of the
beet-growing industry and requires
much scientific knowledge in the se
lection of rich specimens to propa
gate for seed.
At present all the Grand Rondo
seed is imported from Germany at lfJ
cents per pound, and last year 10,000
pounds were used In Grand Rondo.
Professor A. B. Leekenby. of the
Union experiment station will address
the evening session on the "Past,
Present and Future of the Experiment
The attendance of farmers at the
afternoon session is large and they all
show deep interest in the subjects
Spring work is very backward in
the Grand Ronde. The ground is not
yet thawed out in many places, and
ronds are very bad.
Judd Geer. horticultural commis
sioner for Eastern Oregon, arrived
last night from Umatilla county and
will address the farmers on the fruit
industry before the session closes
J. W. Bailey, state food and dairy
commissioner, is expected tonight.
Ho will address the evenfng session
tomorrow on the dairy question
Notice to Taxpayers.
Notice Is hereby given thm nil
taxes ror tho year 1902 aro now duo
anu payable at tho sheriff's office
Taxes unpaid become delinquent on
April i. no reuato after March 15.
uy oruer ot county court.
T. D. TAYLOR. Sheriff.
Acker's Blood Elixir
Chronic Blood Poisoning and all
Scrofulous affections. At all times a
matchloss system tonic and nrlfler.
Money refunded If you aro dlssatls
fled. 50c and n.00 F. W. Schmidt &
Prepare fot the great sport
of catching the wily trout.
Come to us for your rods,
tackle, lines,, baskets, hooks
and other supplies. Our
stock is the largest and best
Sporting Goods of all Kinds
The submarine cables if
would reach to the moon.
COMMISIONER GEER FINDS
SCALE ON ORCHARDS.
Says Some of the Best Orchards In
the County Are Infected Law Re
quires Owners to Spray or be Prose
cuted Appoints James Evans Dep
Judd Geer, horticultural commis
sioner for Eastern Oregon returned
yesterday evening from Milton, Wes
ton and Freewater, where he thor
oughly inspected the orchards at
Mr. (leer finds very much scale on
many of the most valuable orchards
in that district and says It is abso
lutely necessary for orchardlsts to be
gin now to spray for this pest.
The matter cannot be delayed as
the pest wll gain headway and infect
orchards that aro now clear of It,
causing great damage to the fruit
Industry of tho county.
James Evans Deputy.
He appointed as deputy horticul
tural commissioner for the east end
district. James Evans, of Freewater.
A deputy will probably be named in
Mr. Geer left for La Grande on
yesterday evening's train to be in at
tendance upon tho farmers' institute
to bo held there today and tomor
Law is Strict.
The law relating to spraying or
chards is very strict. If tho owner
of an Infected orchard fails to spray
after having received official notice
from the commissioner, the district
attorney is empowered to proceed
against the owner of the orchard Im
mediately. Mr. Geer reports fruit conditions
very promising throughout the coun
ty. He will visit the other counties
in tills district as soon as weather
While in Milton be received no
tice of his reappointment as Eastern
Oregon commissioner by Gov Cham
Id o you
NEED A i
Try ours if you're going
to try any. We know what's
in ours and know that it is
safe for anybody to take
that's more than you know
about some "Patent" medi
cines. If you do try our
Spring Medicine, and you
art' not satisfied with it, we
will retund your money.
Price $i oo per bottle.
f. W. Schmidt. Ph. G.
Postoftice Blk. Phone Main 851
111 vf LI
Of a Full Line of Genuine
IRISH TABLE LINEN
Imported direct from Belfast, Ireland. They are now on
Counters where they will remain on display for
. W 1 . W 1 A. amm .MM W M M H U T . rm I 1 1 1
Towels, Toweling, Napkins, Glass
Linens, Etc., Etc.
Also Get a Ticket on the Buy
J Is sometimes a costly experience for the man who makes!
k experiment or for the person, animal or object expenmt:
J upon. Some experiments are necessary for the advances
of civilization; and though frequently money is lost by ttel
k perimenter, the ultimate benefits often result in great
5 humanity and this has been the case with the many succej
J experiments in
In the Columbia and Snake River Valleys. Farming undej
rigation anywhere in this region has passed the experifficf
stage to grand success, has stood the tests of the Wea
Pnrminf Public n niner pritirnl inrlrrn ic cri-niulnf in favored
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Irrigator "that the application of water to our desertM
would render tnem equal in value to
ANY IRRIGATED LANDS ON EARTH."
The lands under our system of irrigation canals et;
earlier springs,laler falls, better transportation facilities
access to markets aiH are capable of a wider range of proito
than any other lands in the great Columbia and Snake Ri'
For further particti'ars write to or call upon
I have a larger and better
list of Farms, Stock lianchoR
and City Property to
than ever before. Also a big
lot of land in tho coming
wheat section of Eastern
N. BERKLEY, Pendleton, Orego
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We Don't Keep Everything
Hut we uo Keep a good big
Btock of nice dry Flooring,
Celling, Rustic and Finish,
tn nil grades. Also nil kinds
of Dimension Lumber, in
cluding Lath and Shingles.
Our stock of Doors, Win
dows, Moulding, Building
aud Tar Paper aud Apple
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one In need of Lumber will
not be wrong In placing
their order with the : :
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315 .East Court Street.
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homes should 'have "a
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