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OUR NEW HATS
For the spring
season are now
Colors: Black, Pearl, Nutra and Otter
For Farther Particulars
See Our North Window.
Bae & Daley
One-Price Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers
Nelson and Inmlly. Cotton
TUESDAY MARCH 2t 1903.
A complete outfit for wirelest. telec- .
rapby has been sen: to Cuna by .Mar t
The editor of a weekly newspaper j
in Australia offers himself as a prize
tn thi woman whn vrlt. th luwt '
essay on the duties of a wife.
A Kansas legislator has prepared
a bill providing that the state shall
engage In the printing of t ewspapers
lor free distribution anions the peo
ple. Andrew Carnegie has given J100.
000 in cash to Western Reserve uni
versity of Cleveland, O.. the money
to be used in the training of librari
ans. ilore than nine-tenths oi the 300.
000 pounds of pepjerraint oil annual
ly consumed by the world is pro
duced withiu 90 miles of Kalamazoo.
Whltaker Wright's suggestion that it
withdraw the extradition proceedings
and allow him to return to London
of his own accord.
Brooklyn children are suffering
from an epidemic of croup and whooping-cough.
At present there are over
800 cases in that city and many
deaths have been reported.
The latest statistics issued by the
government statistician nf Australia
show the total value of the output
curing the year to have been $107.-
President Dan McDoncld of the
American Labor Union hap received
the official notification of his appoint
ment by the governor as one of the
honorary commissioner? iom .Mon
tana, to the St. Louis fair.
F Miller. Seattle.
Joseph Rogers. Walla Walla.
J. P. McCoy. Walla Walla.
W. Jenkins, city.
Mrs. V. Foster. Walla Walla.
Dan J. Smith. New York.
Beth Chase. Pocatelln
Thos McNutt. La Grande.
J A. Sparks. Centerville.
J B. Phelps. Centerville.
W Hunter. Portland.
W A. Currie. Potland.
W D. Baldwin, Pomerov
I. R. Dutcher. Walla Walla.
C. A. Lawson. Spokane.
Sam Lee. Spokane.
G. W. Strange. Oakesdale.
H. Hall. Spokane.
W. J. Alexander. Tacoma.
Master Fred Windsor. Lexington
Dr. A. F. Isham. Caldmell.
W. W Meelt. Adams.
J. S. Brown. Starbuck.
I M. Coy. Starbuck.
O. M. Pibberle Starbuck
William Anderson. Milton.
LITTLE HAY TO BE
HAD AT ANY PRICE
Himbert &. Moore on Their Way to
the Valley With Many Cattle C. E.
Hoover to Give a Dance Many
Timber Cruisers Looking for Land.
Alba. Ore,, March 23. The weather
is warm in daytime nrrt tha.vin; a
little but freezing hard at night.
All who have hay are feeding yet and
4. nay is getting very scarce ami ii
there is not a' break in winter soon
rometmng is rjoiug to iroi aunougn
stock are mostly looking well and
there is scarcely a:::! loss .o speak of
so far Hay I? selling from $9 to $11
n ton. but there is very little to be
had at any price.
C. Himbert and Bob Moore are on
their way in from the straw stacks
with several hundred head of cattle,
but will hold back anil not enter the
valley here as long as possible on ac-
rnum or no grass in sigiu vet. ami wie
U.rge part of the gromn! yet -vitoi!
C. E. Hoover vlU a've a free dance
hre in the Fraser hall on he 23th
of this month and sends a coidinl in
vitntiou to all his rri-"U5 Mr Hoov
er has engaged the Bolen Bros, or
chestra oi Ukiah. to furnish the
music and will spare no pains or ex
pense to make the occasion the most
brilliant event ol the season. Prep
arations aie being maiie for a large
attendance to take part In the Sclp.
William Howard has moved 75 hend
of cattle to Jesse Reeves' ranch,
where he has bought hav for them.
Frank Ellis has driven his stock to
James Otlv's place where ne has i,ur-
chased feed for htem.
Jim Ellis has acrente 1 a nosltion
! with Chnrl"s Cunningham tn uter!'
i Born to Mr. and Mrs James Ter-v
Timber cruise's ar patrouiz.ng
the stnee line we I1 hut when nil1 1
thei get the nior.'-y baok
SALLIE, GO 'WAY BACK.
Plymouth Rock Pullet, of La Grande,
Lays Three Four-Ounce Eggs in a
La Grande. March 24. Sallle, the
Portland White Lcgnorn-uiacK apau
lah hen, which recently laid a three-
I I I . 1 1 nnnl'llnl.
ounce egg aim uiu a uuui in hivamu
over It, will have to take a back seat
unless she can mnke a better show
ing, uesuemona .a njniumu
pullet, owned by Mrs. II. C Mont-
i At lnaaMn... Cnllln'c MVi
eucu oi mum luifevi iuuu otiiM.
nrd production. One of them was
weighed and balanced at four ounces.
It was eight Inches around the long
, - ! I .... I I .. ...mfnrAnPA
way llliu six iuune in
at the middle, uesaemona is uuuik
encouraged wun not urnii nwsu 'iu
uurneu oones 10 iiirinur ex.'iinju
BLOW ALMOST KILLED FATHER.
C. W. Herman, of Rainier, Returns!
After Year's Absence to Find His I
T T ..1 .... r 1 1 1. ni r W
Herman, formerly publisher of the '
mia, n i'i nr'c n iinniinu in mil
and illunivnrnl flint he n-Rc minus n
family. Mrs. Herman had given up (
his return and obtained n divorce at
the ran terra or court.
Notice of Dissolution.
l it, i.n.ni, 1 . . I. r. , .1,,. nm
of Murphy & Langever. composed of
t,u .nurpny anu Teu kauKori, l"u j
prietors ot tne union saioon, ou wran
street, has been dissolved. Ed Miir-1
pny succeeding the arm. l am m
charge of the business and will pay
all bills against the firm and collect I
an sums uue tne nrm.
In New York city HW new cases of
consumption develop each uay
STATE OF OHIO.
CITY OF TOLHtK).
litcas rnrvTv i
Frank J. Cheney make oath that
Castro's Restaurador Said to Have
Become a Pirate After Being Re
leased by the Fleets of the Allies.
New York. March 24. The British
cruiser Pallas has seized the Venezue
lan warship Restaurador on the
ground that she is a nirnte rallies
the Herald's representative at Port ,
oi spam, i rmiciaa. The case against 1
ine nesiauraaor cites tna soon after
she 173k hnnilpi! tliu I'utiflvt.u.
I. In nl..l.n.l,t. . I... ry
the .enlnr 7f k. Z ? ,u" """ " le merman com-
Cheiiey k Co. doing tolneWTn the eto of moaor- sf began again acts of pirn
Toledo, eonnty and state aforesaid, and ' r" an" robbery on the high seas It !
that said firm wilt nar the anra of One! is charEed that sho seij,l th nur.
o( Catarrh h nei clLan,e7 p0fS of vessels anJ dismantled and
WlATcn Cnred "T ,heaanlned the craft A Port of Spain
Bwora to Detore me and trabecrlbed In "ewhpujjer says editorially of the
mr nrmene thin flfh Aur nf TWdmK., t npctQiii-iftnr oUA C7 1. . 1 . i ,
npfc firni-fl f V, ,mnlD.Tnm -.r
(Seal.) A. VT. CLEASO.N. ... " , .1 ,7, . ui bcuciub-
Notsrr Public u' a"lcu iiowens. i ne paper
Hairs Catarrh Cure 1 taken Internally expresses the hope that retributive
tnd acts directly on the blood and mneous I justice will be swifter and more effec
nrtaces of the antem. Rend fof mii.,,i... .,. t '. . Ic "uu
surfaces of the system.
F. J. CHEN'ET & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all drnsglsts, TSe.
Hall's Family nils are the best.
tile than on the Inar mrnulnn
,' The Restaurador was formerly tthe '
, American yacht Atlanta. She was '
j built for Jay Gould.
I London, March 24. The foreign of-!
j fice. as this dispatch is filed, has no f
pnnttlmnltnn t . 1. . , . .
. ....,4, .uuwijii ui ww rupurieu seizure1
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
For the first time in the city of Ta
coma, the gambling houses are all
closed for good.
The Masonic lodge of Lewiston.
MonL, proposes to erect a ?20.0n0
temple tnlB season.
A band composed of 12 young la-
r.ies js one 01 tne attractive organiza
tions of Chehalis. Wash.
W. A. Clark, president of the San
Pedro road, says his road has not yet
purchased the Oregon Short Line.
Kallspell, .Mont., reports the death
of Thomas Lynch, one of the oldest
settlers in that part of the state.
Jos. S. Brown was shot by an un
known holdup a few minutes after
midnight Sunday at Idaho Falls. Ida
bo. Henry C. Macaulay is president of
the newly organized board of trade
at Dawson. N. W T.. and John Cor
Fire early Sunday morning broke
out In the Enterprise planing mills
of Portland, and damaged it to the
amount of $5000.
Brigadier-General Fred Funston ar
rived at Vancouver bcracks Sunday
and assumed command of the depart
ment of the Columbia.
A woman, sick, penniless and clone
was turned away from the Crlttnlon
home at Spokane Monday night, be
cause the woman was not in a condi
tion to work.
While driving Mormon sheepherd
ers across their dead line, five ccUlo
men are supposed to have perUhed
In the recent blizzard in the Sweet
water country of Wyoming.
The Vancouver, (Wash.) Register
has suspended publication. C A Rid
dle, proprietor, has sold the subscrip
tion and advertising business to M
M. Banister, proprietor of the Colum
bian, who will remove the plant from
the county In the near future.
At the Frazer.
bmlth will present for the first time
Ken",lf,,rl8!1 drama "The Came
Keeper. This play seems to be gain
Ing in popularity with each succes
sive season, it has drawn large
h?,fiT' an'J.cora to the Frazer opera
house with new scenery, new faces
story rr, frre' The Pl0t of "'0
kSL .o .h hu openlnB domestic
E ,e, C"max wh,ch en1" the
Piece, is Interesting. Th story win
tea -t5B aW 0t. rahanjcal ac7Csro "
'taMnni aCc.u!a-te fuming and fur-
Z.Wo S!pM"ttB ttaUJzuf:
Idandho CltoWt f orrt "tato Z Z
t . i.nc uuuicicurii. win i r in u, i-i"4 u nrii.iii f
Pendleton within a few weeks, fori0' Venzue!an gunboat Restaura-
V. . 1 , . .1 lllir li V f ft Ii TlfltlaK t..M.. Till....
uie jiurpuee oi purcnasing tnree nund
red (300) more nr lea homl nf kn.coo
for the United States cavalry, there
fore, would instruct owners in this
vicinity, to get their horses In proper
shape to conform tn the fo'lowlnr re
Geldings Roans, light and dark
dor by the British cruiser Pellas. on)
me ground that the rormer had acted
in a piratical manner. The foreign i
office has- heard nothing direct from 1
Caracas regarding President Castro's
Try ours if you're g-ing
to try any. We know what's
in ours and know that it is
salt for anybody to take--that's
more thin you know
about some 'Patent" niedi
cines. If you do tr our
Spring Medicine, and you
are not satisfied with it, we
will retund your money.
Price Si oo tier bottle.
r. W. Schmidt. Ph. G.
PostofficeBlk. Phone Main 851
il AftHlsVIV .
I II lima VIS t-
Of a Full Line of Genuine;
IRISH TABLE LINEN
Imported direct from Belfast, Ireland. They are now
.uuuiLt? ...1. ..... ...... M.t. uiapiayfQ-
IZir arritl nrr in Qa'ftri T a m ocl- T.i ii
T 1 T i: Ml.' n. m
Linens, Etc., Etc.
and Seo Tl
Also Get a Ticket on the Bum
. m wi v v wr m w mt w hiii.
Germs of Enzootic.
foot and mouth disease
tnrro r,A .H,u 1 1.. I n., mui ail
. . . . . .-w ! ZOOllC ailtlial n-hlnh h., o.,r.o..l
musL oe sounn. "entie nnrie- the : "I'l""1 i
kioiis. rersons carrj- the germs on 1
their clothing or shoes, dogs can 1
transport them and they can be j
taken into the systems of a healthy
herd which passes over the same
road that a sick animal passed overl
a few hours, previous. Cattle are not !
me uuii auimais sunject to it for It i
is contracted by sheep, swine horses '
poultry and sometimes by man !
the Walk tmt nnrl imllnn. urltHnr,.
teci or niemisn; or kind disposition,
to weigh not less than 950 pounds,
nor more than 1150 pounds, from 15
hands 1 inch to 1C hands high; from
four (4) to nleht SKI
suitable for the United States cavalry.
We will notlfv vou Inter iho ilito
we want the horses brought in for
For further nnrtlfiilom
Herman Metzger, Portland Ore
KEEP YOUR HEAD UNCOVERED.
The Constant Wearing of a Hat Pror
ogates Dandruff Germs.
There are manv mn a-v,
J ...... " ncai
their hate nmctlnll,. nil . t .i
, iuc iiiue
when awake, and are blessed with a
heavy shock of hair: yet if the scalps
of these men once became infested
with dandruff germs, the parasites
would multiply all the quicker for
."iv ui in. uuiuness would ensue as
the final result Newbro's Hcrplcide
Kills these eerniR anil clM..t.
healthy hair to abundant crouth
Herplcide is a nleasant hnir ,i,i
as well as a dandruff itrA nn .1 Ann.
tains not an atom of injurious sub-
Sold by F. W. Schmidt & Co. Send
JUC in StamilS for snmnle m ,., ti
picide Co., Detroit, Mich.
Stock Farm for Sale.
V,e have the Jan t tn.i.n. --
... , -.uijtt. lariu,
near Alba for sale. It consists of CIO
acres. 140 acre in timnthr.
than 200 acres in wild n.t.i.i. m
heai aDI barley, balance pasture;
abundance of water. All fenced1
good buildings. "uceu.
Will sell In one. two or three tracts.
BENT LEY & HARTMAN.
Notice to Water Consumers.
Patrons of the city water service
are requested to clean out the boxes
containing the meters, by the 25th
last., so that the meters can be read,
w, i. urown.
German's Ships. '
Germany has built the finest fast- i
est vesels afloat, although she is not 1
geographically a maritime country
and no other country Js so largely
dependent on others for the raw ma
terials which enter into the makinc I
of a ship
The Monteray. Mexico steel plant
with a capital of $4,000,000 gold In
which several wealthy Americans are
largely interested, started working on
the first of March. It is expected to
produce 300 tons a day "wltu 10
Harvard College has reduced its
course for the arts degree to three
M 1 ine of Shirt Waists,
in stjle and fit are unsurpas
sable. Dress bkirts, Walk
Skirts, Silk or Wool that
have an individuals and al
ways appear chic. Under
skirts and Muslin Under
wear in big variety.
1 make Shirt Waists,
Tailor-Made Suits and Skirts
to order in my own factory.
Fishing Season !
Prepare foi 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 GoodB of all Kinds
645 Main street.
1c Cmutimup n r- f 1 1 ' uv-ruri'ini 1 n ... t 1
experiment or lor tne perscn. animal or obiect exoenm-
iinnn. Rnm vriprimpntc nrp nrccn f -i ...
of civilization, and thniiph frnniifntlv mniPit c Inct K.. tk.
' o-- w..-. ...wmwj u w.-Jfc uy lica
yi.iuuuuicit tut. ultimate UCIiClil UllCUICblUl in grCdl pOOG
iiumauuj auu tiu ua& nci'ii me tuc wun me man) S
fl tl rnlitniKIn - A OT r-tt . J
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nn1 Iip ll.. V. I 1 t .1 T
. uum tun) ?uu.wuuuicu me ciHiiiis oi ine cxuenrz
Ir-irriAs lll I. 1 ! . t . . 1 .1..!
o ut'wiiwBuuu ut aiui iu uiii ui:3Cit
would render them equal in value to
ANY IRRIGATED LANDS ON EARTH."
For further particulars write to or call upon
N. BERKLEY, Pendleton, Oregon
UKCUun UPiU & WATER CO., UMATILLA, Utt
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FRAZFR OPFRA HOI IS
BAKER a WELCH, Mere, MARK M00RH0USE, Lool
I nUHoDAY, 1VIAR. 2
Tl.. V f .
loung ainging uomeaian
THOS. J. SMITH,
Aeuonifniuled by au Exellent couipun v ol Artints
firflV C HarKftr lu theBwHfulIrliih Comedy Dn
brays Harbor j TKE GAM KEEPER
We Don't Keep Everything
But we no kw n jjikkI IjIj.
stock of nice dry Flooring,
Ceiling, Bustle and Kinlali.
In all grades. AUo all kinds
of Dimension Lurabtr, !u
eluding Lath and Suinglea.
Our Htock of Doom, Win
lowB, Moulding, Building
and Tar Pa, and Apple
Boxes la complete, aud any
one In need of Lumber will
:not be wrong In placing
their order with the : : :
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. W: & C. R. Depot
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0 .Nell's C'u-lle, Dubllu Co Ire
1 lie home of the Guiiih K...w,
The Lode In the forest lv i..,-.... . v.i.. Mi N'orii'
in.. . .... . ... j iHuviiici
lur ueuiitui illuminated chapel "The City of K
PRICES: $1.00, 75c. 50c. 25c
Seats now on sale at Fxazier's Book Store.
I ITTI j. . . . . ...
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I Have Your Water Pipes Examined and Repaired
i Delay will lead to serious breaks.
, First-class work guaranteed by
BECK, the Reliable Pfomte.
v-ourt street. oDnositn fhn r:nMn Rul Hotel
expect people to
ine new store can never be T-v V i r-i-f"ll
nu v cm
HOW DO YOU
known nnless It adverts.