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, LOS I NG OUT SALE.
We have inaugurated a closing-out sale, for CASH ONLY, beginning January 1st, 1904, on all lines of Dry Gc
ing, Overcoats, Shoes, Underwear, Shirts, Hats, etc.
them to to you at reduced prices.
SATURDAY. APHII 21, 1904.
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For County Clerk—
A. K. RICHARDSON.
For School Superintendent—
J. C. BARTLETT.
.1 M. DALTON.
W. D. BAKER.
DR IL VOLI’
Direct Primary Law.
state that doe, nut exactly exist.
While the crtUleiu n are progressive
and aggressive in
hting for their
rights and interests, they under I
value the importance of organiza
tion. It is significant to mention
that not a single scheduled meet
ing of the sheepmen’s association
has ever gone by default. It pays
to meet and discuss your interests.
It pays to maintain an organization.
The market is organized against
you, and you stand unprotected
and helpless. — East Oregonian.
None of the. good road bills pro
posed are likely to pass at this ses
sion of congress, although they
have very strong backing. The
sum of $24,000,000 was asked for
to be divided among the states,
according to tho. population. It is
pointed out that during the past
fourteen years there has been a bal
ance of trade in favor of farm pro
ducts of $4,806,000,000. As it cost
more for the farmers to haul their
products over dirt roads than it
does for the railroads to carry the
J product to market, it would seetn
as if the farmers, who are anxious
for good roads, should receive some
There has been some dissatisfac
tion expressed with the primary
With a ton of alfalfa seed on
law this year, but it is significant hand ready for the spring seeding
that it has all come either from there should be no excuse of our
those who used to run the conven ranchers making a thorough test of
tions and believe that government it this season. It will grow suc
was instituted among men for the cessfully in most any part of the
benefit of the machine, or from county anil th ■ acreage should be
those who have listened to the increased as much as possible this
plaintiff notes of these wounded season.
leaders Instead of a horde of office
seekers bound to this or that fac
BONDS OR NO BONDS.
tion and foisted on the public to
feed at the public crib and to play
Notices have been posted for a
into the hand.- of a small coterie of
meeting of the taxpayers of this
republicans the primary law stimu
school district to be held next Sat
lated the search for good candi
urday, April 30, for the purpose of
dates nil over the city, and the re
voting on the proposition of bond
sult was a primary ticket composed
ing the district to errect a new
largely of men whom the office had
school building.' This is a matter
sought, unpledged and indebted to
that should have very careful atten
no one. Most of these men have
tion and the expression of the en
been nominated, rhe result is the
tire voting population of the district.
strongest ticket the republican par
This time it is business and no
ty lias hail for vmirs. A ticket of
1 more meetings for the purpose of
strong campaigners and of men
who are entitled to the confluence
Next Saturday will decide the
of the taxpayers ami who have it
matter as to whether we have a
No convention ever did so well ex
big brick or stone 8-roorn school
cept when stimulated by popular
building, or repair and remould
impatience, and that was about
the present building.
once in a decade.
The question is divided, some
The machine politicians don't
desiring a new building while others
like the primary law, but they contend tie present building should
never have. They fought it from •
not be torn down, but can be re.
the first and continued to sneer at I
modeled and strengthened with
it. But it must be judged by its
nominal ex ped tie to
results. Two years ago it redeem
present needs and that of the
ed the city council from the clutches future for several years.
of the street railway company and
The matter should call out every
this year it has insured another voter. Let us have no kicking
honest assembly und has given the about the final result. No matter
opportunity fora much more satis what is decided upon let us all work
factory boar«! of aidermen than the together Heretofore such matters
present one. No special interest have not been satisfactory and some
can manipulate the people. The i
one li i always been kicking. If
people may make mistakes, but if.
a majority of the voters vole bond
they do they can correct them
every man in the district should
Under the convention system they put his shoulder to the wheel and
were compelled to choose whatever push it along
If it is decided no
was offered to them, and even lift« r lain.I let all work together to «et
his unfitness was shown a danger the pr s ot building in as go >d re-
ous alderman or assembly was oft« ii
pair n possible.
thrust down the popular throat. It ,
he was a good party man lie could
<|j< d t or Children.
do what he pleased with the inter
e*t* of the public. If he ‘'»total in”
The pleasant to take and hartn-
with any special interests ami had
Minute Cough Cure give*
access to its campaign fund it only
in.mediate relief in all case-« of La
made him a more desirable candi
date. The self-constituted clique il iippe, Cough and Croup because
it ‘h es not pas* immediately into
calling itself “the party” ignored
t) atom i h. bill takes effect right
lioth the real party and the inter
al the s« at of the trouble. It draws
ests of any one but themselves
out the ii>tlamn..ition, heals and
The logical result of a continaanc
- e.ih' ~ and cur. - pemanently by
of that system would have been in
enabling the lungs to contribute
St. Paul, as it has been generally,
pure life-giving md life-sustaining
subjected to a machine, corruption
oxygen to the blood and tissue*.
and inefficiency in administration
One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant
and an the other evil* of oligarchic
to tax ami it i* go.■.( alike for young
rule masquerading a* popular gov
and old. Sold by all druggists.
eminent—St. Paul (Minn ) Pioneer
The failure of the cattlemen to
hold a state convention in Portland
a* advertised last Saturday, was
particularly nnfotfunate. It »hows
a weak ness in tla- industry in this
Ladies. 1 will l> pica*« 4 to have
you cal) and see Cha*. A. Stevens
and Bro* spring and summer styles
and *nn.|>l^ of Tailor made Suit*.
Shirt Wai«t Suit«, Skirt*, Waists,
Coats, Corsets.and Underwear.
Mrs. CbA*«Wi)*on, Agent.
We have one of the best lines of Groceries m Burns, an
Call and be convinced.
We’re Still at it!
gon for their opproval or rejection at the. time within w hich the question oi prohi-
tl.„ llti, I bition such sale of intoxicating liquors
general election to be held on 1
may again be submitted to vote in the
day of June, being the first Monday of i -same district; providing ;>enalties and
Attempt to Hold Meeting of the Oregon
punishment for the violation of any ol
NOW,THEREFORE,I,Geo. E Cham the p ovisions of this law ; providing for
berlain. Governor of the State of Oregon, the return to any liquor dealer or other
Although this was the day set in obedience to the provisions of said act person of a proportionate amount of any
for the first convention of the Ore hereinbefore first mentioned, do hereby license fee which he may have paid. .
make and issue this Proclamation to the
Association, people of the State of Oregon, announc whenever the district in which lie shall
the Auditorium, where the session ing that the said State Prohibition Alli bo engaged in business shall be declared
to be prohibition territory; and a > lying
was to have been held, all during ance has filed said initiative [letition
to all elections held under the provi«-1
the day has been locked, dark and with the requisit number of signatures ions of this law the proivstons of the .
silent. No cattlemen, as far as thereto attached, demanding that there gene-al election laws of the st to and I
be submitted to the legal electors of the declaring certain rules of evidence ap- -
could be learned, even approached State of Oregon for tbeir approval or re
plicable to prosecution under this Act.
its portals to attempt entrance.
jection at the regular election to be held
Done a- the Capitol at Salem this 10th |
When seen this morning Grant on the 6th day of June, being the first
dav of February, A. D., 1904.
Maye, secretary of the association, Monday of June, 1904, a proposed law
GEO. E. CHAMBERLAIN
We Have the Repu'a'ion ol
rryir : ti •
the only officer that had arrived
By the Governor:
precinct therein or any subdivision
F. I. DUNBAR,
in Portland for the convention stat therein or any subdivision of a county
Secretary ef State.
ed that he had no idea why the consisting of any number of entire and
cattlemen failed to appear. The contiguous precincts of such county to
As well a” the
call for th» convention was issued determine whether the sale of intoxicat
according to the rules of the associ ing liquors shall be prohibited in such
county or subdivision thereof, and for
ation, the preliminary arrangements other purposes connected therewith as
Of Dress Goods and Trimming i of any hmi in '- ¡oiiuiv.
were completed, and the program hereinafter stated, having for its purpose
is admitted by «very dress-maker in town.
was drafted, but no cattlemen ap and being briefly of the tenor anil effect
following, that is to say:
Wo are /tore io please and io caior io ranis. Cail «J
m . Uie
A bill to propose, by initiative peti
new goods. Toheg are of i/ic
A delegation of the principal
tion, a law providing for elections in any
officers of the organization was ex county or any precinct therein or any
pected to arrive her* last evening subdivision of a county consisting of any
but failed to arrive. A number of number of entire anil contiguous pre-
Prices homer Than Ever before
cattlemen who were here attending i cincts of such county, to determine
the political conventions stated it whether the sale of intoxicating liquors
shall be prohibited in such county or
would be impossible for them to at subdivision thereof or in such precinct;
tend on account of business affairs, providing for the filing of petitions for
which they must return to their such elections and the form and effect
thereof, and for notices of such elections
homes to look after.
and for the time and manner of holding
It is the intention now of Grant
and conducting the same ; declaring what
Mays to call the convention at a shall constitute a subdivision of the
later date and to carry out, if possi county within the meaning of this law ;
ble, the same programme which he declaring what acts shall and w hat shall
had projected for this convention. not constitute a violation of this law;
BUCH MIXCSU aid
declaring the qualifications of petition
Only the subjects of that pro
ers and of electors at such elections;
gramme were given out, as the applying to such elections the provisions 1
Why not keep hens that
speakers had not all been determin of Sections 1900, 1901, 1902, 11103, 1904,
will lay in winh r as well
Whether the cattlemen will re 1912 and 1975 of Bellinger & Cotton’s
Aunotated Codes and Statutes of Oregon ;
spond to the next call for the con
providing for printing and distributing
I HAVE TH ET.
vention can only be conjectured, ballots for such elections; prescribing
but taking their responses to the the duties of public officers in relation
PER SETTING, $2 50
convention which was to have been to such elections and in relation to the
TZdOlZG, ZBVLO.feTcc CÆ- 3,
held today as a criterion, it looks enforcement of the provisions of this
10.3. hot aaa
law ; providing for the issuaned by the
as though the Oregon Cattlegrowers’
County Court of orders prohibiting the
Association, organized in this city sal* of intoxicating liquors within certain
after the recent meeting of the Na limits and declarins the duties of such .
tional Livestock association, is to courts in reference thereto; limiting the :
prove a fiasco.
Complete line on hand.
Grant Mays, of The Dalles, and
II. N. Stanfield, of Pendleton, have
been elected by the executive com
mittee to attend the meeting of the
Livestock Association which will
be held in Donver, May 3. This is
If you will try this drug store for quality, for in ample
practically all the work which the
stock of drug store goods;
proposed convention has resulted
If you will test it for accuracy, promptness and courteous
in, and whether the two delegates
will have a strong progressive or
establish a Court of Inquiry to look into
Galvanized Pipe, .i ,ck Pip , . Ove Pipl
ganization to represent remains to
quality with lowest prices;
Pipe Fitti gs -AJ1 kit
STOCKMEN DID NOT HAVE A MEET.
Seliing Goods at <he -umcoid
Stand and at Prie« s Ci. ipcst
GENERAL MERC ANDI
DRESS GOODS. FURNISH! 6
BOOTS, SjlOE'. SROCERIE
EVERY LINE COMP x™
BEST ASSòìti m EÌÌT
LATEST SlYLESAoD I Si-ON®
5TEEL whs ,
Pfi ' o
Dr. L. E. Hibbard,
The present cold weather will
prevent vegetables and fruit from
growing too rapidly and will likely
prove a benefit as such produce
will not be hurt materially
frosts next month.
Then we will be perfectly willing that you should
judge and jury —we know what your verdict will be.
THF CITY DRUG STORE
H. M. HORTON, Propt.
RIFUBS, SHOTGUNS, TOYGUNS, AJYItfUIUlj
of all kinds for all of them
Hunting Costs, Huntin
Caps, Gun Cases, Cartridge C
. H e.,1
HEAVY, «HELF, and SpORTIj.-G
9W h |
Galvanized, Black and Smooth Wire.—Do-.: , Wind ui. "*
Tinmare, Granitemare, Ensmeledtik.•-..
As yet we ar# unable to get
estimate of the per centage of
crease with the sheepmen this
Oliver Chilled Plows, Sulky . .
t alking Plows, Disc Plows. ? •
rows. Cultivators, Garden . > iv
of Agricultural In ’ me t
Our stock of iron beds is
complete and at very reaonable
price*. Call and see our folding
bed«, steel couches, etc.—Burn*
Where«., th* Secretary of State of the
State of Oregon haa notified me in writ
ing that pursuant to the provision« of an
act entitled “An act making effective the
initiative and referendum provision* of
Section 1 of Article IV of the Constitu
tion of the State of Oregon, and regulat
ing election« thereunder, and providing
penalties for violation* of provision* of
this act,” approved February 24, 1903.
the State Prohibition Alliance duly filed
in hi* office on February 5, 1904, an in
itiative petition containing 8,81« signa
ture« properly attached thereto and cer
tified in accordance with law. demand
ing that a proposed law, the tenor and
effect of which is hereinafter particularly
set forth, providing for election* in any
connty or any precinct therein or any
subdivision therein or any subdivision
of a county consisting of any number of
entire and contiguous preci nets of *uch
county to determine whether the sale of
intoxicating liquor* shall be prohibited
in such county or anbdivision thereof or
any such precinct, and for other purpose*
as hereinafter »tate.1. shall be submitted
to the legal elector* of the Stat« of Ore-
cl .- y
HOPKINS & GARRETT
Manufacturer* and de*ler* io
SADDLES and HARNESS
Bridles, Spurs. Whips, Robe?: Popes. Ftc.
If your stock are ailing in any way come and get some
Security Steck Rcniedi«-«: Gall ewe, liniments, blisters,
etc. Also poultry food.
Address, Burns. Oregon
Special Attention Given
to Conducting Funerals^
5E1 AMD ACClhTE HAY SC.iK
IN CONNECTION WITH