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Repair your homes or places
of business by having them paint
ed or papered.
Large and nicely selected
stock of wall paper and paints.
E. J. Murphy,
111 Court Street.
Agenoy for the Sherwin-Wil-Hans
: AND I
Just received another
carioadof Poultry and
stock supplies at the,
1ST and 129 East Alta Street
" - - .aw .at. A A A jal
UP 10 COUNTY DADS
LEWISTON COUNCIL WILL
NOT CARE FOR SICK.
Commissioners Reject Bills for $675
for Care of Persons Afflicted With
Contagious Diseases, and City Re
taliates by Passing Up All Sick
Cases to the County.
Lowlston, Idaho, April 25. War Ib
on between tho city authorities and
the county commissioners. Tho for
mer has decided to throw out the
wholo burden of cnrlng for tho indi
gent of this community who aro af
flicted with contagious or oinor his
eases on tho county. At Thursday
night's council mooting It was decid
ed that horeaftor tho city officers
Bhould report all cases of -contagious
diseases to the county physician. It
was tho gonorni opinion of tho coun
cil that tho city should no longer
maintain any hospital, this duty be
ing loft entirely with tho county.
This move was precipitated by tho
action of the county commissioners
yestorday in rojoctlng the bills for
$675 for tho care of persons afflicted
with contnglous diseases.
The rojectlon was mado on tho ad
vice of the county attorney, who hold
that tho claims did not constitute a
proper charge against tho county.
Tho council contends that these bills
were Incurred In accordance with an
understanding with tho old bonrd of
commissioners, In which an isolation
hospital was maintained jointly the
expenses being borne in equal propor
tions by tho city and county.
Tho commissioners have also disal
lowed a number of bills for expenses
Incurred in caring for smallpox cases
in Nez Perce. 'These bills wore In
curred under tho instructions of one
membor of tho board of commission
ers. Attorney Johnson, howovor,
contends that tho county can not le
gally pay thorn, tho commissioners
not having obeyed tho law directing
the organization of a county board of
health and tho formulating of rules
"Let the GOLD DUST
twins do your work."
Monopolc, Rock Cr
in half gnTSr
jackets and paili.
ww., wo ut ujoceriej
The overworked housewife should call
1 no overworKeu nousewuu suumu
tothereseue. It will shorten her work and lenethen her leisure. Cleans everything cleanable from cellar to
attic dishes and clothes, pots and pans, floors and doors. ii ,. .nan
Housework is hard work without GOLD DUST-the modem cleanser : better and more economical than soap.
Made onlv by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY.
Chleaw, NawYork. Bojton. SL Louis Makers el uvau ri
If you desire a good complexion use
Mokl Tea, a pure herb drink. It acts
on the liver and makes the skin
smooth and clear. Cures sick head
aches. 25 cts. and 50 cts. Money re
funded If It does not satisfy you.
Write to W. H. Hooker & Co., Buffalo,
N. Y., for free sample. W. H Schmidt
& Co., druggists .
John Griffith In "Macbeth."
The eminent tragedian, Mr. John
Griffith, will appear at tho Prazor
opera house on Tuesday evening,
April 28. Mr. Griffith Is a man of
commanding presence, with a hnnd
some face, fine intelligence, nnd
irrace of movement, he makes an ox-
j cellont stage figure and never fails
to interest. It 18 quiio oviueni inni
Mr. Grlfllth thoroughly understands
and appreciates the famous lines of
Shakespeare. It can truthfully be
said that ho is the greatest living
legitimate tragedian at present ap
pearing before tho public. Tho press
and general theater-going public pro
claim Mr. Griffith a dramatic genius.
Criticism of Miss Stone for going
on the lecture platform to earn
monoy Beoms based on the fact that
sho Is a missionary, engaged in relig
ious work, and therefore Is not freo
to do as others might under the cir
cumstances. This criticism seems to
bo unfair. Many people contributed
to the fund for her ransom at great
personal sacrifice. This sho can re
pay from the fund earned by telling
her story in public and why is this
not legitimate? There Is no question
of the propriety of such public ap
pearance by a minister of tho gospel
In nlcn 1111 olnnnpnt lllfltfrirm
speaker, and anyone of any occupa
tion who has an proper story to tell
is welcomed by tho public in this ca
pacity. Why not Miss Stone?
Scaled bldB will bo received at the
county clerk's ofneo of Umatilla coun
ty, until 2 o'clock p. m., May 6th, 1903,
for tho west half of block 85, and all
nf block 8G. Reservation addition to
Pendleton, known as the County Hos
Bids for single lots, quarter, half,
wholo block or tho entire tract (21
lots) wil bo entertained, reserving
the right to roject any and all bids.
Tho right to occupy the buildings
will bo reserved until about July 1st,
1903. Torms cash.
W D. CHAMBERLAIN, County Clerk
Rnr in pnnn..i..
Bet. Alta & Webb Sis
F. X. Schempp
r r.. 1
Fred Walters, Proprittot
Capacity 160 barrelsodar
Flour exchanged for wheat
Flour, Mill Feed, Ohcptd M
always rn tianci.
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i HICHLHND STOCK
E WILL BE ADVANCED IN PRICE
MAY 15th, 1903
& Development at the Highland Mine Justifies an Advance in the Price ot Stock. It is Much More
B Valuable Now Than When We Placed the First Allotment on the Market Some
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g two mourns
CONSTANT DEVELOPMENT AND
A crow of men have been constantly ut work over
since wo acquired this property nnd tho Glasgow crosscut
Las now encountered and fully crosscut tho ledge. In tli'w
eiosscut we have opened up a body of ore sixteen fect in
width currying good commercial vnlues.
In speaking of commercial vnlues wo moan ores
which linve n sufficient vnluo to puy for tho extraction
nulling nnd nil other incidental expenses thoreto, with
onrugh of a margin loft over to pny good dividends to the
This largo body of oro was not in tho nature of u
surprise, wo simply expected it, as tho aurfaco dovclop
uirntB showed this same largo body of ore, and there wus
no reason why it should not bo encountored in this crow
cut nnd at this depth.
We aro now turning to drift on tho ledgo to tho west
from the crosscut in ordor thnt wo may open up the richer
ues nt a greater depth which are found on the surface
throughout tho Eannockburn claim.
This lino of dovolopment, wo boliovc, will prove very
interesting to nil who aro intorcsted, or may become inter
cited in tho Highland mine, ns it will certainly open up
ore bodies rich in quality nnd in largo quantities.
It will demonstrate thnt tho Highland will rank as one
of the largest producors in tho district.
From now on tho dovolopment work will ho com
paratively easy and not vory expensive, ns we will ho
drifting along tho ledge whore the ground is much easier
to work than in tho country rock which cnenses the vein.
Every month will show n largo increase in our ore reserves.
FREE TRIP TO THE HIGHLAND
To any ono who wishes to invest a reasonable sum of
monoy in tho Highland mine, wo will pny all traveling
expenses to and from tho mino for tho purpose of his
junking u porsonnl cxnininntion.
In offering you a free trip to tho Highland we feel
that this is proof within itself of the vnlue of this prop
erty ns it stunds to renson thnt if wc di dnot have n good
mino thoro nnd nil that wo clnim for it wc could not offer
j on such an inducement
Wo would be only too glad to have ench and every
one- who contemplates tho investment of money in mines,
c. me out nnd look over this property and tho district in
general. In offoring to pay your expenses out hero and
back wo feel that wo are not running any risk whatsoever
an wc know positively that no ono, no mnttor how great
or conservative an export or mining engineer he may be,
could possibly, roughly spenking, "turn it down.
POOL YOUR INTERESTS
If yon have not sufficient monoy yourself to justif)
vou in coming to tho Highlnnd to look it over before in
vetting, wo would suggest thnt you and your friends maw
up u sinull pool and send one of your number out new
to look over tho Highland. In this way wo behove yon
v nld get absolute information as to tho valno of tho prop
orty you invest your monoy in, nnd you will nlso have an
opjortnnitv to lenrn nil nbout tho reputation, stonninj,
nnd ability of the directors of tho Highlnnd wmpu..
W tnko plensuro in referring you to any ban'" tst"
ii (sb inuti, or mining man in our own community.
SECURE STOCK NOW
Jf you wish to secure any of this stock while it
selling at tho low price you should send in your order
quick ns possible. Thoso .who have not all the inonYa"
bund to pny for ns much stock ns they wish to Purcl,V
mny send us a portion of it and we will sot tho stock as
for you and you can pay the Daianco iaiur.
THE PRESENT PRICE OF STOCK IS SIX (6) CENTS PER SHARE
In case all the stock we wish to sell yo at this price should be sold
before your order is received, we reserve the right to return yoo
your money. ,
Address all communications, and make your checks, drafts and money
orders payable to
NEIL J. S0RENSEN & CO,
Tkoaf4nflf No. 17
Financial Agents Sgmptey,
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