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High Grade Clothing at
Popular Price. Work
manship and Fit Guar
anteed. Men's Fancy Worsteds,
Black Clark Worsteds,
Bae & Daley
One-Price Clothiers. Hatters and Furnishers
AMERICAN HARE & COLD
STORAGE CO. INCORPORATED
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1903.
Andrew Carneglo 1ms offered to pay
tho bills or all Cornell students, In
curred by sickness In the typhoid fe
The chief of police at Jersey City,
N. J., declares that ho will prosecute
all theatrical managers who present
The cottage at Tabor, Iowa, where
John Brown lived for several years,
and where he drilled his followers,
has been destroyed by fire.
JIrs, Susan Updike, of Akron, O.,
has confessed that she killed Andrew
Fasnacht with a club, because ho was
playing "Peeping Tom" on her.
The farmers of South Dakota are
organizing themselves into locals of
a union called the American Society
of Equity of North America.
A thousand furniture-packers In
Chicago wholesale and retail estab
lishments went on strike Tuesday for
n nine-hour day and $2.70 as a mini
S. Hoffman and family, Dayton.
E. W. Helm, Portland.
W. C. Harttell, Portland.
F .J. Tranhum, Portland.
W. C. Davis, Portland.
C. M. Spike, Lcwiston.
G. A. Hnrt.
G. H. Southerland, Walla Walla.
II. S. Stevens, Portland.
C. Peck. Walla Wnlla.
A. E. Mcliream.
Joseph Robertson, Lone Rock.
W. W. Strange.
E. Unrkor, Portland.
C. .M. Smith, Portland.
Sam I.ee, Hong Kong.
W. Mooore, Spokane.
A. J. Hall, Spokane.
R. F, Johnson, Falrvlow.
W. S. King. Weston.
Gus Freeman, Portland,
Miss Still, Uond.
John Kremor, Spokane.
W. J. Jleadowe, Spokane. r
C. .McGinn, Spokane.
Gilbert Mae, Spokane.
H. D. Dowltt. La Grande.
Emma Jott, La Grande.
A. Njiander, Portland.
Echo People Making Arrangements to
Engage Systematically In the Prop
agation of Jack Rabbits.
The jack rabbit canning Industry
of Echo has been Incorporated, under
the name of the American Haro &
Cold Storage Co. The incorporators
are H. C. Willis, W. H. IJoyd and E.
Ripper, and the capital stock Is plac
ed nt $50,000.
Under the nuthorlty given tho In
stitution by the Incorporation It will,
as Its business opportunities develop,
engage In the canning and other pre
paration of other meat products foi
tho markets and engage In a general
cold storage business. The company
Is making preparations to engage sys
tematically In the propagation of the
jack rabbit, which is hereafter to bo
officially and unofficially known and
recorded ns the American hare.
A tract of land Is being fenced and
loveled and will be divided into sub
fields for tho growing of alfalfa and
segregation of different classes of the
rabbits, so the company will not have
to depend upon the natural or wild
supply of the animals.
Tho settling up or the Echo coun
try, and the wholesale destruction of
the jack rabbits will lead In a low
years to such a decimation of the In
digenous animal that not enough will
bo lett ror the food supply of tho cats
and hounds In that country. This
fact the company recogiib.cs, and
from now on the nulmnl will bo sys-
tomatlcallv bred In enclosures.
One of the first results of this sys
tem will bo the rapid Improvement of
the meat n result that Is sure to
come by systematically feeding and
watering the rabbits and freeing them
from the annoyance of being bunted
by wolves and dogs and from tho de
teriorating influence of seml-starva-
tlon. which they are subjected to a
portion of the time every year.
Composition on Birds.
Tho annual competition conducted
by the John Burroughs Society for
the best composition written by n pu
pil of the Elementary schools of Ore
gon on the subject of birds Is now on.
All compositions must bo In by Juno
1. Two prizes will bp awarded by
Mrs. Rosa Burroll. Any subject
based upon personal observation of
the native birds of this state will bo
acceptable. Compositions must bo
handed In to tho corresponding sec
retary. Miss Gertrude Metcalf, 031
Williams avenue, Portland.
The Great Mellmann.
Where.- oh whore. Is Hon- llolnrich
Mellman? He promised faithfully
that lie would bo In Wnlla Wnlla In
March and start tho construction of
his projected trolley lino from Low
Istou to Pendleton via Walla Walla.
Ho did not come, but the city docs
not worry, for It still has his two
thousand dollars forfeit money.
Walla Walla Statesman.
Herr John Most after serving a
year's imprisonment has been releas
ed from Blackwell's Island. He was
convicted of writing an anarchistic
article on the death or McKinley.
Close to 3,000 Immigrants passed
llirnnch C.hlrnun Mnnilm- fiii- tlin
Northwest. Agents declare that the j D'(f&n
lirOSOnt Vpnv will apo nil r.jnl'.lu frr local.
immigration and settlement in the
Northwest broken by a largo majority.
stath or omo. 1
UITY OF TOLKDO, )ss
LUCAS COUNTY, )
Frank J. Chenev makes onth fh.it h I
the senior partner of the Arm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business In the city of
xoieuo, county ami state arorraaia, anu
that said Arm 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 Care.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence this 6th day of December, A.
Dr. Franklin H. Giddlngs, of Col
umbia University, predicts that In 50
yeais the cities and towns between
Lynn, Mass, and Mont Vernon, Va..
will have grown together, forming a
continuous city Joined by trolley
Oscar Barcllffe. engineer of the
train which collided with a trolley
A. W. OLEASON.
nail's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
end acts directly on the blood and mucons
surfaces of the system. Bend for testi
F. J. CHENCr & CO., Toledo, O
Sold by all druggists. TBe.
Hall's Family I'll Is are the best
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 horseH,
for tho United States cavalry, there-
Is Proverbial Pendleton Women No
How much we owe to tho sympathetic
side ol womankind! When others
suffer they cheerfully lend a helping
hand. They tell you the means which
brought relief to them that they may
profit by teir experience. Rend the
testimony given hero by a Pendleton
Mrs. L. Hodson, of "17 Aura street.
says: "While my kidneys havu never
caused me any trouble which made
uselt apparent In tho kidneys them
selves nor in the secretions, I have
been bothered more or less by an ach-
ng across the small of my bade, then
down and through my kidneys. When
1 caught cold it hurt me across my
loins nnd made me feel lame and sore.
I got a box of Doan's Kidney Pills
at the Brock & McComas Co. drug
store and used them. While I did not
take them according to directions, be
ing a poor hand to dose myself with
medicines at nil, they benefited me in
uvery way, making my back stronger,
and toning up my whole system."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents per box. Foster-.Mil bum Co.,
Buffalo, X. V., sole agents ror the
Remember the name DOAN'S
nnd take no other.
car ui wutk. iN. j., Kllmg many , fore would lnatruct ownera In thl8
""'""i liiitiuicii, in u luvu.fc uwumi. i . . . i. In nt liolr l.nrnaa In nmnr
in a hospital whore he constantly
shape to conform to the following re-
manipulates imaginary throttle lovers qulrements
u Geldings noans, light and dark
It Is reported that the Macedonian ' sorrel, and other hardy colors. Thoy
revolutionary committee Intends to i must be sound, gentle under the sad
proclaim a general insurrection in the ; die, with freo and prompt action at
European provinces of Turkey about , the walk, trot and gallop; without de
April 20, whore more than 100,000 , (ect 0r blemish; of kind disposition,
men armed with rifles and dynnnilto , t0 w0Bn not iesa tnan 950 pounds,
nonius are in mo item. nor more than 1150 pounds, from 15
I hands 1 inch to 16 hands high; from
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS. four (4) to eight (8) years of nge;
I suitable for tho United States cav-
Tho antl-salooon forces won In the ' airy.
city election at Woodburn, Tuesday. I We will notify you later, the date
Tho state grand lodge of the A. O. w0 wan tn0 horses brought in for
V. W. convened at Olympla, Wash., 1 pecuuu.
Tho Wells Fargo Company Is now
looking for a alto for n largo hotel in
A "blind pig" joint was raided in
Woodburn Tuesday and August Cal
mol, tho proprietor, arrested.
Portland Irishmen nre preparing a
royal reception for Joseph Devlin,
For further particulars, write to
Herman Mctzger, Portland Ore.
Stock Farm for Sale.
We havo tho Jas. Lindsay farm,
near Alba for sale. It consists of G40
tho Irish patriot, who will visit that 1 Bcres- nores In timothy; more
city about April 20. j trlan 20 acres In wild hay, which will
Tho citizens of Colton Cal mask- Brow lm'ny' A portion will grow
ed themselves and d rove Um'hoboes J?
out of town with sticks, pieces of S5 h,?ii,iin !
rubber hoso and ropes for whips. W?U"H'??L , , .. ......
Lizzie Smith ,aii Inmate of a house Easy terms
of I II-lame in Portland, took carbolic 1 tje'i
BENTLEY & HARTMAN.
acid Tuesday. Sho will recover. This
is her third attempt at su tide. , , mi . ,
rn..,,,.,.., . 11 . 1 , ,. Mokl Tea positively cures S ck
Twenty-seven aiml cants, lnclud nc itoo,ioi t.ii.,m.. .,., n .i.
six women are to bo examined by tho , t0n. A delightful herb drink. Ro
,Miu iiivmvui uuuiii 111 I'Ullimui
Thursday for license to practise medicine.
Georgo Estes, president of
United Biitherhood of Railway Em
ployes, who has been hold in Van
couver, B. C, for Interfering with
his majesty's mall, has boon roleased
The Astoria FJshormon's Union has
decided that tho price of the chlnook
salmon catch 'this season shall he 5
cents, per pound for all fish weighing
less than 25 pounds, and 6 cents tor
all-over .25 pounds,
moves all eruptions of the skin, pro
ducing a perfect complexion or monoy
refunded. 25c and GOc. Write to us
tho for freo sample. W. II. Hooker & Co,,
Buffalo, N. Y. F. W. Schmidt & Co..
11-room house and lot, 2 blocks
from Main street, suitable for a homo
boarding house. Would rent for $30.
Price $3500. N. T. Conlriln.
A. B. Qrlggs, a pioneer of 1850, died
Tuesday at Albany, of typhoid.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will b rec-em.il
at the office of T. F. Hnctcrd, aicfif
tect, np to X'l o'clock noon t,f Ann I
13th, 1902, ror tlm erci'tltm and com
pletion of a two-story fram- resi
dence, witlr sun. bas-ciiient f.ir fir.
C. J. Smith, nrcimlinK to . fans pre
rnred ror the sarr.r- by T F ( wiir.t
architect. Separate bids wfn re
ceived Tor tho stmie wjfk of f,e
basement. The- rijrfit Is rfttrral to
reject any and all iiPU for tie vn:k.
April 1st, 1903.
Canned American hare Is- now 011
the hilt of faro ut the Fl-Mich Res
tnurant, In Pendletun, and in iinqoiil
Ifledly indorsed by the proprietor. Oils
La Fontaine, and likewise- by tho pat
rons or the restaurant as one or the
delicacies. From the tlrst serving or
ft It has been no longer an experi
ment, but takes Its placo fn line with
the best brands of canntif ments or
any kind, and Is regarded tit the
French as a staple already. It
The receipts or the month just end
ed at the Now York general postor
fice nnd branches were $l,SIl),tMM, as
against $l,103.SJu for March, 1902.
Tho receipts ror the three months just
ended were $3.38fi,04O, For tho cor
responding period last year thoy were
Out door exercise means
impro ed health and a
All Kinds of Sporting
and Pleasure Goods
No matter what game or
pastime your fancy runs
to, you can get the
goods to promote it at
Book and Stationery Store
Pleasant PnMtaiile. I'ortut, 'V.xste (nrtl. im
U00.1 NfTurSlr-ktttn WtuiltiMi r ;ne 3iio.2jc.aof
... CURE CONSnPATIOtU ...
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MTAfi,Mt',1 Knamnt'J !- alhlrwr
I Have a Full Line
of These Goods : r
Wfite Rabbit Egg Dyes
White Rabbit Paper
F. W. Schmidt, Ph. G.
Phone Main 851.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Cor W. Alta and Lillith Sts.
L. Neff, formerly of the Hotel
Alta, has chatge of the Old Dutch
Henry Feed Yard, and would be
pleased to care for your horses.
Plenty of stalls, large corrals for
loose horses and cattln. Hnv nnil
grain for sale. Chop mill in con
(No meal In a day has such an effect jj
on one's mood as breakfast. A well. 3
prepared breakfast food needs jg
Economy I J
Evaporated I I
rs iH m
it adds a richness to you' food HI
that nothing else can. It Is the tj
best part of cow's milk. Tell H
your crocer you want to send W
good breakfast and you need
ijH see the above cap label bo- U
fore you buy. 1
H HELVETIA MILK H II
aigfliana, Illinois OA m
'Ilium iieou UP.111- i:am ,vki:ts lor
Intouiiim, with uliii'h I have hi en anildril fur
over tieniy ve-irs ami I can snv tltar (Tuscurets
n.ivo alen mc .iioro relief tuun any sthur reme
dy 1 havo I'lci -tried. I shall rer.mly rerom
oicnd llioni 10 my rrfumls ax beinc ill thev are
represemed " Tuiw. (lr.i.Aiu, Klirln.lU.
M CJ'' CATHARTIC
4 1 I I I I
About June ist wc will make radical changes in ourbuT
UntU nc tr, Ktvlp nf stock and method of business. p .??
. .,, onr-rlflf inr Dlir HrofltS On all fan.,, ry. J"
xuinui wiuu muve h we will sell
Glassware nnd Granitcware
10lpieces cobalt flow blue, was $1625
100pieces Haviland china, a beauty
One Covered Vegetable Dish, 48c
Four White Pitchers, each 48c
Three White Chambers, 50c
SemiporceIain Cups and saucers, dozen
Semiporcelain tin plates, per dozen, 81c,
Semiporcelain ne Plates, each 5c.
Common Lamp Chimneys, each 6c
Horseshoe Tumblers, per dozen 30c
White China pie plates, per set, 65c.
(Olds, Wortnian iv King s price is $1.25.)
14Qt. Granite Dishpan, each 50c
Woven Wire Wash Boards, each 39c
80t. Granite Tea Kettle, each 73c
Silver-lined nickelplated copper Tea
pot, was $1.50, now $1.12.
To make interesting, how is this:
3 Packages Sioux Starch 25c Gold Dast per pack
age 20c 3 boxes Spice 25c 3 2-oz bottles Ex
tract 25c i-16 can Ground Chocolate 25c Granu
lated Beet Sugar per sack $5.45 Granulated Cane
Sugar per sack 5.80 Mocha and Java Coffee p
pound 30c "Mother's Pride" Coffee per pound 20c
Four packages Arm & Hammer Soda 25c Owl
High Grade Baking Powder, pound, 30c -Six Ban
Owl Soap 25c Five Bars Cocoanut Oil Soap 5c.
Farmers should buy their harvest .'ishes now it will paythem
OWL TEA HOUSE
THE BEST MANUFACTURING COMPANY
STEAM AND HORSE POWER
As McCormlck was the original Inventor of the reaper and hM1'
er, so was "Best" the original Inventor ot the first successful Com
Wo wish to call the attention of our friends who contempt
purchasing a Side-Hill Combined Harvester the coming season, u11
we are still in tho lead In the way of Improvements, In harvestlM
machinery, and which our farmer friends have rightfully named tM
"KING OV THIS riELD." After watchlug Its work in the field tl
past sixteen years, and for the season of 1S03 It will he still lter'
as we have made a number of valuable improvements.
The MACHINE Is the stronest and most durable made.
IMPROVED DRIVE WHEELS G feet 4 Inches high, 22 inch urt-
RUNAWAYS are a rare thing with us. There is a brake
main drive wheel, which is controlled by the driver.
HEADER Is driven Independently from the grain wheel of J
arotor, and Is arranged with a clutch for throwing In and out 01 "
when turning corners.
THE SEPARATOR We wish to call your attention particulirlj
to the separating qualities of our machine. We claim tnm
combined harvester on tho market can In any way compare .
forapeed and thoroughness of work, In all kinds and conditio"
grain, and will require less team to operate It.
AUTOMATIC GOVERNOR Our patent wind governor on tjj
fans governs tho blast so that at any speed at which the barves
may be traveling, tho wind Is automatically regulated and prTe"
cloglng the shoe and carrying tho grain over In lite straw.
Wo take pleasuro in Inviting you to call on Temple & WIW
Pendleton, and mako a personal inspection of each and every P"
our machines beforo placing your orders. Evory machine wan
ed to do all wo claim for It and to bo first-class nl evry respect.
1 ISMPLE & WILCUA,
Have Your Water Pipes Examined and Repaired at 0?
Delay will lead to serious breaks.
First-class work guaranteed by
BECK, the Reliable Pfombet.
Court street, opposite the Golden Rule Hotel