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OUR LINES OF
I SPRING 1
For Men, Boys and Children
are now ready for inspection.
Bae & Daley
J One-Price Clothiors, Hatters and Furnishers
FRIDAY, MAUCH 27. 1!03.
To relievo the congested Ghettos of
Clilcngo nn organization has been
formed to forward a movement of the
Jews farther west.
A sale in New York of US paintings
ly the late John H. Twachtman, who
was often -called "the American Mo
net," lias realized $lfl,C10.
Owing to freight congestion, It Is
lenorted that flies will he put mil In
2000 or more coke ovens In the New
Hlvor, AVest Virginia, field.
The revolution In Morocco is still
on. Tangier has sent pressing letters
to Fez asking for military assistance
against the mountain trihes.
Claims against the city of New
York for $5110,000 have heiln tiled by
persons injured hy exploding bombs
last election night in .Madison Square.
Through the work of the English
Itoyal Oeographlcnl Society It has
been proved conclusively that the
greater part of the Antarctic region
Is a vast continent.
Every employe of the city of Pitts
burg, Pa., from the heads of depart
ments down to the scrub woman will
be let out April first. About 3000 per
sons are affected by the change.
With the aid of a skeleton key,
which they filed from a spoon, two
prisoners at Fort Sheridan, Chicago,
picked the lock of the guard house
door and escaped Wednesday night.
Coming to the rescue of his mother.
who was being beaten by her drunk
en husband, Hay Jackson, 10 yeais
old, shot and probably fatally wound
ed his father, Alonzo Jackson, at their
home In Chicago, Wednesday.
While running at full speed on Its
vi. y to Coney Island Thursday, a trol
ley car of the Sea Beach Line jump
ed the track and hit a telephone pole.
The passengers were thrown into a
heap on the car floor and seven were
J. Thomas, Milton .
Ott Peek, Portland.
S. J, Warden, I.os Angeles.
Mrs. A. Worden, Los Angeles.
E. II, Hurke. Portland.
T, W. Lusk. La Grande.
P. C. Holland Portland.
J. A. St. Clair, Kansas City.
J. P. Cot, Walla Walla.
William Oleander, Chicago,
Charles Ilelpin, Spokane.'
O. I). Dudley, Portland.
M. A. Field, Spokane.
W. Lawton, Spokane.
J. H. Kloeckner, Spokane.
C. D. Tiesen, Undue.
J. P. Hnnlon, Des Moines.
It. S. Ilurkey, Idaho Falls.
C. II. Sherman, Athena.
J. Swearlngor, Washington.
W. Render, Portland.
It. Slont. Portland.
J. Snllng, Wnlla Walla.
W. R .Scott, Portland.
G. S .Youngman. Portlnnd.
D. E. Walker, Inmaha.
T H. Hunt Cass City.
William Qulnnan, Spokane.
TAKING UP HOMES
SETTLERS POURING INTO
PARTS OF EASTERN OREGON
f PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEW8.
Salt River valley, of Arizona, Is to
have a new sugar factory, costing
Thousands are planning to get in
on the desert land opening on the
STATU OP OHIO. i
CITY or TOLI.I)0, )s
LUCAS COUNTY. 1
Frank J. Cheney mnkpR nnth (lint li l
me senior nartner or tiio arm nf r. .1.
Cheney & Co., doing business In the city of
.Luieuu, cuunty una biqcb aroresaia. ana
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 ot nan b tniarra cure.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence this Cth day of December, A
(Seal.) A. W. GLEASON,
nail's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
enn acts directly on tne blood and mucous
snrraces or tne system, aenn ror testi
P. J. CIinNnr ft CO., Toledo, O.
8olrt by all druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are tbe beat.
Land Heretofore Considered Value
less Because Arid Is Being Eagerly
Seized Upon as the Result of Well
Boring Operations Now In Progress
In That Section.
"Vast tvactB of lnnd heretofore con
sidered worthless aro being' rnpl'dly
tnkou as homesteads by settlers In
Umatilla and Morrow counties," said
Industrial Agent It. C. Judson, who
has Just returned from n trip to East
"A number of those taking up land,"
he said, "como from points In the
Northwest, from Yakima, Spokane
and the Willamette vnlley. Hut the
most of them are coming from the
East. The arid land Is being reclaim
ed by weans of artesian wells, and
around Coyote, Castle Rock, The Dal
les and other places water has been
struck at a depth of CO feet. Four
townships have been taken up ulready
nnd the rush Is assuming a veritable
"Last Saturday 2" Intending set
tlers got off the train at Echo, and
1f! at Umatilla, and they aro romlng
Into Castle Rock nnd Coyote at the
rate of four or five n day. Ilnck of
Castle Hock, In ono artesian well
water was struck at a depth of G2
feet, hut boring will be continued
until artesian water Is struck. Other
wells being bored have produced
water at the same depth. The soli
Is the snme as that which has made
parts of Eastern Oregon famous as
an agricultural district, nnd will prove
equally valuable when water Is turned
upon It. People here have no Idea
of the rapid Improvements now under
way, A good many settlors nro head
ed for the section to be covered by
the government ditch.
"This morning I met Mr. Michael.
of North Carolina, who Is looking
over Oregon with a view to finding a
tract of land for a colony from his
home. At the present time In Port
land Is a triend of mine who has
SSS.OOO to Invest in a stock farm, and
another who wants to invest $15,000.
So you see that a number of the set
tlers now coming to Oregon hnve
money, and will help to Increase the
state's wealth right from the start
Mr. Judson said that the wcathor
was fine in Eastern Oregon. Men
were going mound "In their shirt
Tax the Women of Pendleton the
Same as Elsewhere
Hard to attend to housohoUl duties.
With n constantly aching back.
A woman should not havo a had
And Bhe wouldn't If the kidneys
Doan'B Kidney Pills make well kid
neys. Here is n Pendleton woman who en
dorses this claim:
Mrs. George Hnys, living at No.
223 Lllleth street, corner West Muff
street, says: "I car. recommend Doan'B
Kidney Pills to nil sufferers from
backache and other kidney troubles,
with utmost confidence, that they will
do everything that has been claimed
tor them hy thoso who have used
them as well ns by the makers. The
trouble for which I used them was
principally backache, with which I
had been troubled for a long time. It
hurt mo badly when I stooped to do
any housework that caused a Btraln
on the back. I read an advertisement
about Doan's Kidney Pills nnd decid
ed to try them, feeling that they could
do no harm, even If thoy did no good.
1 got n box In the store of Drock &
McConins Co. and used only one box.
ns that was sufficient to relievo the
backache nnd I have not felt It
For sale by nil dealers. Price 50
eonts per box. Foster-Mllhurn Co.,
liuffalo, N. Y sole agents for the
Remember the name DOAN'S
nnd take no other.
A New Breakfast Food.
"Do von know the 'Autocrat of the
Ilreakfast Table," Mr. Tinkham?"
asked n lady of her host at a rural
"Well, really, now, I don't know,"
he replied. "We've tried so many
o' them breaklnst toods I can't keep
track of 'em. Maria," he called to his
wile across the table, "have we ever
tried the water-cracker or the break
"I havo heard that SIlss Chopchln
married young Fllmhors with the Idea
of reforming him." "Well, sho suc
ceeded, He says he'll never marry
again If he lives to bo a thousand
years." Chicago Tribune.
All chemical affinity is traced to
aggregation of electrons, or atoms,
with odd or unbalanced electrons
either positive or negative.
Colorado River. In California
The baseball season on the coast i nr mo than 1150 pounds, from 15
We, the undersigned, will be
Pendleton within a few week 8,
the purpose of purchasing three bund
red (300) more or less head ot 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
quirements: Geldings Roans, light and dark
sorrel, and other hardy colors. They
must be sound, gentle under tbe 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,
opened Thursday at San Francisco,
with a game between that city and
Mayor Williams, of Portland, cele
brated his 80th birthday Thursday.
He was presented with a cane by the
Only five street cars are running in
Seattle which nro manned liv scabs.
There are no oxtra policemen on duty j
hands 1 inch to 16 hands high; from
four (4) to eight (8) years of age;
suitable for the United States cav
alry. We will notify you later, the date
we wont the horses brought rn for
and absolute quiet reigns along the r i""nor particulars, write
tracks and at the barns. ! Herman Metzgor, Portland Ore.
Over 30,000 acres of land has been
located with scrip In Lake county
this spring. The locators swore the
land was non-mlnernl, though two
feet of snow covered the land.
Tho Los Angeles comity council of
labor has adopted resolutions Indors
ing the action of the state organizer
In effecting the unionization ot Jap
anese and .Mexican laborers at Ox
nard. Frank Hums, n foolhardy young
man of Astoria, while intoxicated,
Thursday morning, ntu a quantity of
gum opium. He soon became uncon
scious and died without recovering
from that condition.
Gustavo Hoffman, a boy of Port
land, stole a rtlle. pony and saddle
from a farmer at The Dalles, Wednes
day. Thursday he was arrested at
Mora, and en route to The Dalles,
while tho train was at full speed, ho
jumped from the train. Ho was re
Americans bought in Paris last
year $25,000 worth of gooso liver pie,
S28.000 of human hair and 1120,000
worth of mushrooms.
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
This question arises In tho family
every day. Let us answer it to-day. Try
a delicious and healthful dessert. Pre
pared in two minutes. No boiling I nc
baking I add boiling water and set tc
eooL Flavors: Lemon, Orange, Rasp
berry and Strawberry. Get a package
.at your grocers to-day. jo cts.
"Romance of Coon Holfow."
The theater-goers of Pendleton are
to see a Southern comedy in four
nets with tho best of artists on Mon
day, March 30, at the Frazer opera
house. "Coon Hollow" was here two
years ago and met with best appre
ciation, overyone going away as
though they know the people and
their lives ns well as though they had
lived there nil tholr lives. The com
pany has met with great success all
through tho Earn and this season In
Sick Headache absolutely and per
manently cured by using Mokl Tea.
A pleasant herb drink. Cures Consti
pation and Indigestion, mokes you
eat, sleep, work and happy. Satisfac
tion guaranteed or money back. 2C
cts and 50 cts. Writo to W. H. Hook
er & Co,. IlufTalo, N. Y for a free
sample. F. W. Schmidt & Co., druggists.
sWk Farm for Sale.
We have tho Jas. Lindsay farm,
near Alba for sale. It consists ot 640
acres. 140 acres la timothy; more
than 200 acres In wild hay, which will
qrow timothy. A portion will grow
wheat nnd barley, balance pasture;
abundance of water. All fenced;
Will sell In ono, two or three tracts.
BBNTLBY & HAR.TMAN.
SHOCKS THE METHODISTS.
Lyman Abbott Declares That the Bible
Is Only a Record of Human Relig
Rev. Dr. Lyman Abbott somowhnt
startled his hearers at a Methodist
ministers' meeting in New York late
ly, by propounding some of those re
ligious theories that he has elaborat
ed In his book ."The Theology of an
Evolutionist." Tho bible, according'
to Dr. Abbott, is merely a record of
human religious experiences.
"I have a respect for the old theol
ogy." he said, "and today I can not
doubt that tho change from the old"
to the now method of thinking In re
ligion Is Important, radical and revo
lutionary. The typical departure is
tho recognition of what was once
called the 'carpenter theory of God's
creation or the world,' the belief of
tho religion thut tho earth was turn-,
ed out In a lathe.
"The bible Is not n book in which
no or CO writers tell what religion Is,
but It Is a record or their religious
experiences, a record of their con
sciousness of God. They wore hu
man, they were iniperrect men, those
who wrote the bible. Thoy stumbled
ns we stumble."
She Wanted a Change.
A group of young girls were on
their way home from the park", where
for several hours they had been om-
Joying the oxcellent skating. All but
one or them were experts. That one
was u beginner, and her afternoon
had not been wholly devoid, says the
Philadelphia Telegram, of the begin
ner's usiml experiences. The girls,
looking tho picture of health, boarded'
a homeward-bound car. With a sill-
gle exception, thoy all managed to se
cure seats. The excoptlon was the
F.irl who liad Just had her first fix
icrlnce on skates. She had stood
only a moment, however, when a gal
lant youth rose and politely offered
her his seat. She acknowledged the
courtesy with a pleasant bow. "Tlinnk
you, sir," she said, "but I have- been
sitting nil the afternoon."
Now that tho protocols haw beeri
signed, Vo'KzuoIa steps from the cen
ter of the stago and Macedonia comes.
Into tho radius of the limelight.
If you are troubled with Impure
blood, Indicated by sores, pimples,
headache, etc, wo would recommend
Acker's Blood Elixir, which wo soil
under a positive guarantee. It will
always cure Scrofulous or Syphilitic
poisons and all blood diseases. fiQ cts
and 1.00. F. W. Schmidt & Co.,
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
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
are not satisfied with it, we
"will refund your money.
Price $t.oo per bottle.
F. W. Schmidt, Ph. G.
PbatoiUeeBlk. Phone Main 851
THE SURE WAY
to Prevent Pneumonia and Consump
tion. Is ti cure your cold when It
firsti appears. Acker's English Rem
edy will stop the cough In a night,
atlo? drive the cold out of your syBtem,
Always a quick nnd sure cure for
Asthma, Ifroiichltls, nnd nil throat
ami lung troubles. If It does not sat
isfy yon the druggist will refund your
money. Writo to us for free sample.
V. IU Hooker & Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
T. W. Schmidt & Co., druggists.
My line of Shirt Waists,
in style and fit are unsurpas
sable. Dress bkirts, Walk
ing Skirts, Silk or Wool that
have an individuality and al
ways appear chic. Under
skirts and Muslin Under
wear in big variety.
I make Shirt Waists,
Tailor-Made Suits and Skirts
to order in my own factory.
645 Main street.
At the Big Boston Store
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesda
Of Ladies Fine Tailor Made Suits and
Skirts. This season we are in a posi
tion to show you very good values in
Our Line of Shirt Waists Excels aJI
Others. We "will give those three
days our pairons the most careful
Is sometimes a costly experience for the man who makes iJ
experiment or (or the person, animal or object experiments!
upon. Some experiments are necessary lor tne aUvancemi
of civilization; and though frequently money is lost hy the J
perimenter, the ultimate benefits often result in great good I
humanity and this has been the case with the many success!!
In the Columbia and Snake River Valleys. Farming under
rication anywhere in this region has passed the cxperimeni
stage to grand success, has stood the tests of the Westei
Farming Public, a most critical judge, is growing infavorevei
dav and has fullv substantiated the claims of the Experiean
Irrieator "that the application of water to our desert lands
would render them equal in value to
ANY IRRIGATED LANDS ON EARTH."
The lands under our system of irrigation canals enpl
earlier Hnrlntrs.latur falls, better transportation facihties.easr
access to markets and are capable of a wider range of product
than any other lands in the great Columbia and Snake Kin
For further particulars write to or call upon
N. BERKLEY, Pendleton, Oregon
OREGON LAND & WATER CO., UMATILLA, ORE.
The only successful Harvester ever used ia Uffl1
i-.-ra.J.'ti....t..-. . 1 i.-v. . ia', ji 4M
row unT.T 1. . nf
not an experiment, but practical, as time has proven, ana
advertising the machine gets is from those who have sf" j
75 machines in use in Umatilla County. Lightest draught a"
est lifod harvester made. Sold bv
E. L. SMITH pton. 5