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AUUUST 11, 1838.
nflu'.V hi.'.?i Iti tho Abiimtnii
i.tiea , "" umivr thu lmiii-
eV . i llulli'k. He Will !
i"""?'i.r...rn of remiicH urn
crn on" 1-..rii,iur .
.....III!., .-..turned hint OVC"
fc, extended vl-it to linker
Inn-business for sulopn
.miw. lor uirmiiiuin. ...
i I ., IMI'IIL'LT WIIH II1HI I""
4 lull! '"V3 , I I .
. .li,t last night.
hjJranlH aro now m ..
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. u.t.u niniunvnii
I.,!n ill till! HUM umili iiuuwi
.V . lH! COIUI'IUICU I" uuuim
miH won ontho HircciH
I lVJ . II 1 .1...-.
, if A H.lllUr in tJ rt mum
inland iw roim.ui"" mi.
... iirwiwiii .
1'atker, tb noted editor of
it (I. Ct.ilmllll 111. I'lllllll 111111 II
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in exceedingly dull reason ol
..i..Miri- in hi' mo crop
.....M t iii.lv mi enitilovo In
Worv nl "S ' ."ojuin,
ultl' leave till" evening for
I . T . . .....III....
having resiijneu ins position
IVmnwn started last night on
,,to the Tool SprliiK-i. Onu
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.a I., ni.l Hllllicicil l nil iiituiw-
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throlllJIl H irrni'iu riciju vi
tir nnil U nil lit it erltica
c n-IHIuiw iro now more
, I'jrmm! loft mi hint ovohing'H
. 1 . It. ..!.. . til.i.
ii 'iiiu .1. ii.iu.wii. iiu
i or thrw months, utiii
K'li il will i'' greatly iiiiki-ii
I I nntrriiiclun is now tnak-
......uU III I '..til I till lift III ft(llt
lrmi'i'fl in l'iiiiivivm -v-t
P.i.l.lt.irM itf tlil-i
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UHItll tllltl "HI lllHIV- l 11
'i. m irtin nlnf twill frt(i lttu vltltt
1 un jctcni.iy mornliitt'M
reimrtit' tlie nii'tropollrt wonr
jUir ut llvcliiii'sx, in iniirkoil
' the 1'rcH'iit (lull Hc.iHon In
iatpr niiitiU- v Htiril:lV WUH
umnuiu lance ino uriuiui
Mitni'ii.. and tlm roiiKeiiuont
I the iuiiiih to Hiippiy tlm !
Wl'l IIIU IIIMIIII1 1UI1UV ttl IIIU
.1 . ii ......
riTii. inu ri'Hurvuir win
-Ua early t j nnmiw iiioiiiIiiu.
Tl I In lis l.illiiT nnil inntlinr.
it 'hit rbi'i. nnil will rniiuitii
irtiiw ir iivu voarn. luiv in:
?n l I mutilhi comity fur
anil Ins li-it will tlieri'foro
nt u me.
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. rnta.l .M....I. II.... ...II.. . . 1.
...... i. ...v miivn v. ill
memy-hovi'ii iiiihiujIh to
ft m twenty t itlilrtv bushels
I . ... ii... ... .. . . .....
' nil? wiw i nil i.irniMiii
'i.:h A tt'co luil, I'onnlilor-
" unuvotaiu weather uxKr
1 rjpinan. tho nluht wuti'li.
rihckt twoortlirt'o niylits
a w n' tleeil im oxcuoillnitly
' xete irn, tho hoaveiiH an.
ullins f-turn wmtiiiiiallv.
rT now L-fliifiil.mtK- .f
? 'h tie friu-Mun of tho
v i -lnti.j.r I III
'Jni inirie Islntoun. Ih
iiih riiruis. iihii
im: themvplvM. On
"nin,- In, f. rty or i),,in mi.
y 'm -prin io
mo nam- pruvcil n
iverj bo.lv ImnId'.'ukooiI
Fruit of till kinds Is very high-priced
in l'cndlcton. It is aggravating in tlm
oxtrcnio to boo grapes, pears, peaches,
plums, otc, tuinptlngly displayed In tho
windows of fruit stores, and to' know you
are not ii millionaire, and therefore- can
not mTord to Invest. It Is believed that
tho fertile hills mid vallevs of Hastern
A (HtKAT MAOIIINi:.
A Vllt to T.iinplc'H l ino Frm til Sen Al- A Short Niijniirn Wlthlii IM tUnler, niid
ith' Oiiiiililni'il Ilttrvontcr Work. Ilciliictlnna Ilruun Tlmrofroin.
Last Thurtiday, on tin invitation from ) Tho ovlls resulting from tho presence
Mr. II. H. Wheeler, of tho well-known of the itlmonil-eyed .longollan in Amor
llrni of Wheelor, Oreeno it Co., I accoiii-1 ica have been talked of in l'acillu Coast
liank'd him to the ranch of .Mr. J. F. ' nowspuiiers for tho lust decide. The
Oregon could bo made to "produce these I 'cinplo, nino miles northwest of l'ondlo-' subject, houevur, seems to iiwiikon but
luscious fruits, were fanners not so crazy ! ,0"i ce for tho tlrst tlmu a combined ; fow fioin their apathetic indiHurencc, bo-,
Oil Wheat-growing tlUlt till thought Of j "iuu;r wuiit. n o nnucu uuuu runuu i raiiri; uiu.i I'viruntiiiv imvu nui lull inu
raising anything olso Is absent from their a pleasant diivo and at onco drove Inlluenco of tho evil.
niinilH. into tho Held where the harvest crow 1 ho largo number of such Jieoplo win
Henry Bowman will leave this ovcnlt.i: . ,,.!.k;....!".!J,l,i!,i"1:. XV. ! i A1 J !V " .,-r " . 'lA" . lV . 1 An T ' V P l. . .t
f,,r tin, Tiv.1 Snrln.w t.. .Mtl.i.r ill. i, . .".u"'. 'l'V-i- i mm ii-i...i ..,-...iiii,, iu iio.nu iui u i in
- - - - " - - I " M ' "- " ' I I I I
i.i i il t I . .. ....
Silted, affi ."irarx .tt shirts1 &
In carload lots to various Hastern points. 1 1 ' 'L.LXi I vl 1 was C
.Mr. Howman has ac.pilred iiulto a iepu-1 Ir i n I v Stwk bl 11
tatlon as ,i raiser of UiorougUreil bucls, fcteUtlfi, 'iTr. I.S.i-
liuuiis HtiiKiiiuteiidlug tho iiiiichiuo, I).
. .Mtitiifoid sewing sacks, ami Isaiah
and has sold a largo number of tho mil
mals to vailous sheepmen throughout
Kastcrn Oregon. I Io bus oven disposed
of a fov to sheepmen living in l'oitlaud.
Tho dusky red man, although showing
Bomo evidence of tho otlei'ts of associating
with tho whito maiiandhls civilization, is
novertholcvs not near as Intelligent as he
might bo. One hulMvillzed savage tt led
for half an hour to count a few sacks of
grain ho It. id loaded on his wagon, fortho
purposo of selling them, and is probably
yet in doubt as to tho exact number.
Verily, tho Indian Is still ti "simple
child of the forest," and will doubtless
always remain po as long as he exists.
Ono of the beautiful Chinese pheasants
whli'h Inhabit tho Wlllamatto valley now
graces the liliow window of I.eezer and
Keubler's drug store. Tho bird is. of
course, Httilfed and mounted, but in u
very realistic maiiuei, and looks as
thou nil it had lust stoplied in from a
grain-Held. Its bo.tutlfiil plumage dis
plays nil tho colors ot tho rain Dow.
(eorgo Van Antwerp, tho young man
who was thrown from u vicious horso
and had his leg broken some time ago,
will soon bo ablo to bo up and around on
crutches. He will then depart for tho
Hast with his father, who reivntly ar
rived from Kansas on hearing of his son's
I ho coiirt-vaid Is now used a
ball-L'roiind bv I'umltcton "kids
iordav a gaino played by this Juvenile
ball-tossers was witnessed and enjoyed by
tmlto a crowd '( elderly spectators, tho
town Kcconler oven iolnliu: in 1 1 its game
and olllciatiug behind tho bat.
An adveitlsoinentof l.olghton Academy
and Atceuslon School appear under
.Now Tii-il.iv." I lico mo
Toumlo. a youth, was oneratlm: tho
sickle bar, raising and lowering it by
means of a lever, with ease, although its
weight is several hundred puunds. .Mr.C
K. .Myers, tho Inventor of the ma
chine was pieseut mid gavo us an Inter
esting account of tho workings of the
labor-saving machine which will revolu
tlonl.o harvesting in this country. Tho
machine woiks admirably lioth going up
and down hill. When wo saw it, it was
tit work on tho ipiartor section which was
lllcd on and "proved up on" by William
Holt, who left tho country soveral years
ago. This wad among tho llrst Holds put
under cultivation in this part of tho
county. It also was tho tlrst Held
to bo cultivated by a head light
gang wiilkoy plow. Thu .Myers'
combined harvester and thresher llrst
displayed its wonderful power in this Held
ami this ItiO acres, in tho space ot eight
years, has been the scene of much
progress. The .Myers' machine is a won
der and its winkings show it to lo as
practical as il is wonderful. With this
machine gialn can bo saved for from
three to four cents a bushel, while hi tho
old way tho cost to tho farmer,
who tloes his own work, is fully from
eight to twelve cents a bushel. .Mr.
Templo had cut it with a
header, and threshed it from a stack, the
cost would bo nt least 4:1.00 an acre.
Horo is a saving In one year of (ilk) by
the uso of n .Myers' combined harvester.
.Mr. Temple is much pleaded with the
machine, although both tho men and
hoi sen inoiatim: the machine tno"i'reeti
admirable i hands at tho biisiuoss," so to speak, hav
ing not, us yet, l.econio well enough ac
;cigui io iweivo coins a oiisin
. ., J .Myers has tho contract to cut M
a ilally ,,j0.H ooo acres of wheat at '.(Kl t
T I whllo If .Mr. Templo had cut it
Fchisils. under able management, ami
parents will do well to write to Huv. Wil
liam It. I'owoll, Covo, Oregon, for fur
.Miimhnl 1'ieiicli Is out to.dav collecting
I.tv.ta I...- till, i.ltt i.f Pi.llltlittilll. Illlll
reisirls ini-uting withonlv modorato sue- j cutting and threshing Ihlity-llyu aciespcr
. . .. it ....!.. .1.... I. I .1.. ..nr ..111. .. ...-.lit
cess. laxpaM'rs niiiv sonio ii.iv niscovcr i "".'i "J v...,. ...... ...... .. .......
ii, ut i....,.a v-nti.ru in L-.I ii I mm! i nee I oi lour mull 111111 iweniy noises,
iiu.iluted ultii tho machine to get from it
its full capacity, although thoy have
inailo it locord of thirty actcs, which
yielded 7-iD bushels, in ono day. Mr.
.Mvorssavs mo inacniuo is e.ipaniu in
rfnrnid last evt
- walla, uid b-ft tm llin
n.-er f r .dc.tch.ini sia-
alittli, whllo ut th.n
fir Mr u-.,u-,. r.i
I lif.ir t ..it 1.1 . l i.i. i . i
v.. . ' -mii is ill-
;n improve! andtb.it tho
'.iam is ccrtnUi to in-
i-toi'k c , Mits nnil slim.
. ,'" funiil.'ni;,.,, ,U ,!
'MJ.., v T .1. Ii l,,. 1...,..,.
U L'-nwlj i.. il... II. . ..
iiu . i " yr"v ""cs in
t . R',,,t.vunty Kr
ossary luxuries, are luxuries tliat must bo
pull I lor.
Tho Nov. Mr. I'owell. of tho Covo, will
ofllclalo ut thu Kiilsconal church to-inor-
row. Morning prayer iind sermon at 111
o'clock a. ,m. Kvenlng niayer and ror-
mon at n o'c ock i'. i. I'.voryiioiiy is in-
Ivitod to attend.
A valuable tenier belonging ut tho
Pendleton roller mills, which was lost or
stolen about it year ago, was discovered
to-dav on tho streets and lostored to tho
einploves of thu mill, causing mutual do-
light and satisfaction.
Mut Tnvlor s.ivh that tho intilo loft in
his vnrd vesterdav by mistake belongs to
T. ('. Taylor, of Taylor. Jones it Co. I Io
Is also great iv Kiirprisen mat nun gvimo
mail sh'ild bo tho owner of such a dis
A Mr. lloberts, a wool-buyer, was in
tow it Thursday, but niado no purchiu-es.
Mr. Uobdrts should Sot up a dlnio inu
soiiiii, with himself as tho chief attrac
tion. Wool-buyers In Kustoiii Oregon
Thero will bo no yorvlces at tho dm
gregatloiuil church to-morrow morning,
but in tlm evening services will bo as
usual, Hov, Atkins, of Corvallis, occupy
ing tho pulpit by roipiest of Hov. Leo, tho
Work was commenced this inoinlng on
tho third story of Cagon'K now hotel. It
seems but a day slnco this mugnlllcent
striictuio was begun, so quickly has tho
work of erection been carried forward.
Tho oven at W. C. Tllton'H bakory
caved in last Monday. Mr. Tilton is now
having a largo now ono orectod which
will knock out anything in tlm oven lino
In Kastem Oregon.
I)r Kagiin lias boon absent to tho Warm
SnrlniM fur tho lust two or threo days, In
nHi.iiilniicoi.ii Mrs. .1. H. rurdy, who for
romo time has Ix-on very ill, and is now
' .... ..
..... i.viu.i.if.n in iivi..
(.I.V .w.. ... ...... .
Jolinnv Cotrev has resumed his duties I
at Piti-enberv it Co.'h store, having fully
recnyeicd fitun his lato dlsagrecablo
i-iego of sickness.
I). W. Foj-er, tho horso tloctor who
was so badlv injured recently by a
vicious uniiiial, is getting along splen
didly. At present farmers are oxjKTiendng
tho ls?st kind of "harvest weather."
What suits tho farmor should suit everybody.
Ward arrived In rcniiio
vcstig.ition. Ily taking n stroll along
Altasticet, ami mutely stepping into one
or two of tho oulsld'o dous that oxUt
there, a sui pilsingly good iduii of tho evils
of Chinese immigration can be found.
To bo sure, you aio only convinced of
the ovll by tho uso of eye's and nostrils,
and this is nearly suillcient evidence.
Hut weio you compelled to enter into
couiiHititlon with tlieso Mongolians to
cam your daily bread, like a good maiiv
ioor devils, tho evil would bo so pal
pably plain that It would make your
blood boll with indignation.
Hut tho Kast Oiikiionian is only deal
ing with tho Chinese who infest Alta
stieot in Pendleton. With this end in
view a ropiesoutatlvo scnt just live min
utes in Chinatown, as much as ho could
Only two places were visited. Ono was
a little room, about t:n feet sipiaro,
and contained perhaps a dozen Celostials.
Two wore twunglng tho Chinese- llddlo
ami "light guitar," for tho edlllcatiou of
tho company. Three or four more were
strutched out on little bunks, their faces
drawn, their ovh set, and tho sickening
fumes from tho largo plpeu handled by
their listless lingers needed no interpre
tation. Thoy were enjoying tho China
man's only ideal happiness, oplum-smok-lug,
and tho horrible odor was watted
from tho room into tlm outside ulr.. This
was suillcient. It took too strong a
stomach tu indulge in any further investi
lioliiu across the street, ono could sten
from tho sidewalk right inside a lighted j
room, where u thltieso gumming game
was eairlod on, accompanied byanlmated
jabbering, often Interspersed with a
strong American cuss-words. Hranchlug
from this were other rooms, some con
taining mote opium-smokers, others tlm
forms of sleeping Chinamen, thickly
scattered over tlm lino.'. Hero, again, it
liersnn with tho least fastidiousness could
not proceed with tho investigation, and
would long fur a refreshing tasto of out
Therefore, a hasty retreat was soon
taken. In proceeding along Iho street J
outside, from eery iPmr and window j
there oozed an odor horrlhly, indescrib
ably sickening; and right hi'iu suillcient I
evldeiieo was had that white residents in
tho neighborhood were Instilled in their i
righteous kicking nt thu number
and odorous tilth of the Celes
tials gathered there. I low the Mongolians
themselves cut II vo under micli circum
stances is mi unfathomable mystery, ami
why a fearful epidemic has nut yet at
tacked thu whito people near thusii Chi-nei-o
quarters is likewise uiioxpljttiiahlo.
Hut slu cannot thus bo imbibed in
against Nature's l.i.v of cleanliness with
out its punishment, and tho Innocent
limy sutler with the guilty. .No woiul-r
a petition was circulated for tlm abate
ment of tho nuisance. Hut whuro now is
Ily seeing Iho Chinese quarters of Pen
dleton, the thought of what they must be
in San Francisco, where ship-loads of;
subjects of tho Flowery Kimlgoiii aroj
conti'iually arriving, causes a revolting I
notkh or i hi: dm i:iu;n:k. '
I S0LC LEATH&jj "li
j EXAMINE OUR
; S k UT SH0E
, 1 I- Vo
1 1 n i
1 c vl .
r S. SHOES
Don't Buy any Other
Hut ii1 for tttt
tow broad HEEtNi-tATHeiiJ made
,7eA3L!2 WAVERLY School. -Shoes,
Mu te of sn'lil sill" lenltier. nut wlinlc nil,
simiiiI sm oulc grain for
Ladlos, Misses, Boys & Girl
The Peoples Warehouse
FALCK and COHEN,
OpptKlloilie Vllliinl Hoinii',
I'KNt l.tmiN .... DIIKUDN
Wo are the solo awnts for tho above
shiHM, and only stme In town whuro you
can buy them. They have no equal.
it plMHIn 1 1 r. 1 1 1 ai
I O 1 1 onuiiii nun nuu
W W 1 I W W M
Protection or Tariff Reform.
lli-yoiiit nticstlon, thoTarlirix tho IsMiiooit which tlio eomltcj cniiipalitn will Po fouuti t
mill It IntlimivcR every rltlccti who woiilil votn liilvlllRcully to Inform liliuu'lf ilium 11 miIi
led which no cloudy ullecM his toinpHiriil wolfnre.
I believe It. for it Is plain to be scon that
with system the machine is capable of
doing 11 gieat deal of work, and doing it
well. Thu .Mycin improved link mid V
hull combined harvester has made- U
way to the llrst and forenioht places
among combined harvesters, and stands
to-tlay without a siiiglu rival. Iho past
fow years il lias lieen fully tested by the
laigo grain growers of California, anil not
ono machine lias proven a failure. Tho
trial ol tlio machine on tlm hill lands oi
Kastorn Oreuon Droves that it is capable
of doing its work under any and all con
ditions. One of tho many advantages of
tho .Myers machine over nil otheis is that
it has lighter draught than any other ma
chine of tho same capacity 011 account of
no cog geaiiug being used. In place of
innumerable gears, pinions, bevel wheels,
shafting, etc., Iho Myers niachlno Is driv
en bv noweiful chain belts, which
1110 actuated by SlXX'kut Wheels iTiinKnullirrit Mftlnnlll IwliiMrlnl Ni'limil ;
tho liiain HHicket wheels being attached j iitimiiu-tiiiiiiK I
to the sokos of tho two largo ground A committee of live was npoiutt:il bv
wheels. Another now and very iniiort-. Hlshoii (iallownv this afternoon to IiivoMl
ant feature Is a strong, v-shapeil leathor y,a tlm feaslbllllv of locating a Metho-'
belt, whlcii can riellher slip nor DreaK. hst Iiiiliislrial Sclusil In IVmlleton. Iho
Thu inuchliio issiuipoited by ono wheel gentlemen M confiir with prominent,
In front, and the frame that riujKrtH tho citiciiH f Pendleton In an endeavor Io
driver's seat is so arranged that ho Is at receive their onenutuL'tiii'iit In the matter,
all times in tlio saino position with his ami will take such other stops us 1110
team, ihoreny ciiauiiug nun 10 nave 11111 , enmeil neccssai v.
Church extension anniversary ml-
diesses will bo delivered this evening by 1
Hishop fiallowav and Hev. Wlnlon ut 1
the Metlnslist Church. The public is
cortiiaiiy invneii to atieiiu.
Sunday, tit three oVbs-k in tho nfter
noon, He v. Craig will deliver 11 sermon,
after which them will he an orilluatiou of
Sunday evening th re will ho an nrdi
GEN. LIEB'S BOOK,
The Protective Tariff.
WHAT IT DOES FOR US,
Iti'tulon whin in iiMiiully i'oiihMcicI a iiiiikI iiliKtruxesuli.eel e.i-y nf i'iiiiiir.'healiin. Il will
n rve im a Turlir erlnirr fur the leiiriier as ivc I im 11 luxi Ii.hiU for inn Irani,'.!.
Till iMiiilt nIiiiwn lint priii'tli'iil cllccl of tilt- I'nile. nv S)m. id i,hi Huh- iiinlry. I'erli ipN
III" IhO.t ciiimilfiitiiiN foiiluri'or I lie I1110U Is IUcxiiKi illl.uniii'llt W.ltl llin III -KHit'i of I'l'i'Sl
'I'lii' piltuii of .Mr. lltaliie'N "Twenty War In (',!. iir."-s" in Inlo'ii up, IiIn iikitIIhii
up 111 Die Tiirill'itliiilyi'tl, L'rllU'lm'l mill iiiiiiIkiii fiirul.li tneirim'ti r Itilatliin.
The form iin well un the iiiIhIii h f Urn Ihnik l moil niliinr.ihli', iiiiiI I luiv- m'cii 1111II1
Iiik urpai.NliiK 11 furice In Hi" nr"i wurlt of Hpiviullim iin- itulti ihii u in.' pi'iipli'.
DON ,M. Hll KINsiiN, I'.i.iiiiitfli'r (li'iieml.
It Iniiii iililu nnil IiuIpiiI i'Xii.llliili of Hie Ilijllstli'i' nnil iIi'I'In'uiin nf tin piottollvt' Hip
ory. The wnrl: In '.lini'l , niel 11 i iy itln.ill, 1 1 rllnu I'm mi Iho llii'i'ittiuv .( lurlir ri forin
It. V. TilWNKHNti.M. I'
I linlliv Unit (Ills iKMilt la ivci.ivIiih ttri'at iniiliili'll'l.illnll II N Ii itlnnii'il llpull fllllitn
nii'iital I null", ami 1 u l.li tlnil Hie f.ic: .nil itntiiuii'lils may lie In III - hail Is una mill Is 11
every i'IIIkcm iiiillisl iiiiin Hit', yeiir In .ili' iiimiii llin irrMl mniiili'iil i ".I,iiw of Kiir.'l II
mil mrlll. UK-.. .I11IIN 1'. m.At'U. r'iiiiiiiiliiii. ruf I'eiiNliui.
We tulii' pli'iiMiiv le kIvIik this woiU mir lunrty liiilor-i'iui' il, mul 1 .'.'on 1 in.'i nl Unit lo
cal ciilllUlllli'i'N mul clubs umIni In nxl. .nlllic lis rlli'illilllil'l n.iin.u th- ili''N of IIIIiiiiIn.
St'A'I'l' IHIMllflt M il CCNTItAl. I'O.M.MI ITCi: UP' I I.I.I.NkIM.
Aim ninny nun TK.
The SEMI-WEEKLY EAST OREGOiW, One Year
AIOD CEN. LIEB'S DOOK.
Ihink llniiliil hi I 'lot Ii iiiiil Sem.Vri'llv K.ifct llriuniilim line Yntr.. .
IbMik Alniie, III I'liilh nil p.i'il
. 1 en
EAST ORECONIAN PUB. CO.,
IH EE IE !La IEI Ft.
control of his animals, so that turning
the mai'hlnu cuts it square corner. An
other Important featmo in connection
with the machine is that it is so con
structed that, should tlm horses attempt
to run away, it can bo immediately stoji
!od, thus avoiding any oshibllity of a
smurth'ip and total demolition of tho
valuable harvester. It is compactly
built, tho wood work being entirely of
Oregon Hr, strong andlhoiouy
thereby preventing any racking or twiht-
I am certainly impressed with the fact
that owhiL' to the low price of grain in
Kaslorn Oregon, tho Myers' header
makes it ixissihlo fr farmers of this sec
tion to nuso wlio.it at a profit when oth
erwise they would exerieuce a los.
There is not it fanner in the county who
should not go nnd witniiss Its winkings
and seo for lilnu-clf what the ingenuity
of man is capable 1 f doing. It will pay
unv intelligent farmer to take the time,
no'maite how husy ho may bo tit this
1 season ol tne year.
1 I Iiih .Ii.w. 1.-.I.1 t.'l. t ll'llll lltl 111' IlIlT Illtlr
Mr ,.n,l tr. Wnrtl urr ved in Pcrullo- .V"" . V . "ii". .. .
, . ..lult ', Cbl III IHO gru.lt ii.iri!Mur mut no nuio
ton , yesterday ini Ijoxlnf on. on a sit , K , wo W(ro
to their daughter, l.lla, who is qulto 111. . .-. . . . .. . Temn 0
The Arlington Times says tho '''! 1 at their farm homo, where we were
gamo" at tho circus took in about fSOO il0Wll ovcry uttentioii and provided with
T. .11 . ......,lrtl. innnAV 1 I ...1. .......I.. I .11....... M.
ot .irilliuion 1 il HUH unions HUH now luiiuai ii, ,111:1. .hi.
nation nf elders ami a Mixni'inary Aniii
versarv. with iiililnwos liv Hislioi) fia lin
ing of tint machine. The absence of j wuv mul others,
uiiichnoisowhenitlsruniiliigispartlcu.! 'tHhp (iallownv will als.. deliver u
laily noticeable, whHi fact is iiccounteil : w.rlll0 '( tu, g,Vo belm to.vn SuiuLy,
for by tho absence of cog gearing. . int 11 a. m. Ijivcih tif a l-oo.1 sermon
...l It 1. I. f.... I " T - - - - ....
Carp ai Linoleums,
OILCLOTHS, SHADES. MATTINGS, ETC.
A Complete Si '!:, covorin live tlioiisiiiid sipiuri I'cct of
Goods Sold on Easy Payments.
Koibes & Wheeler,
J. 1). Mtirnhv has a splendid seconil-
and 1 hand piano for sain. It win bo seen at
rlotchor a joweiry smre.
' W llol s. the Centerviiie mer
reinplo lias it splendid farm of alioiit flOO
of as rich acres asthoroaro in tho county.
His barn U a riioil l structure, largo and
commodious, with ovcry convenience.
elm,'.! missed ihroiiih town lat evening Ho is contemplat ng he erection ol a t im
,-.. I rnulilnui'n ,111 till IIHH lMfl'11 Wl SUCCI'SSIIII 111
should attend, as the Hishop has it wide'
sprmd reputation for cleat and olotpieut
iutei piutatloiis of the gosiiel. A cordial
invitation is extended to till.
Vir.i.Aitn IIimsK Ilenn' Howiiiiiii. ,1ns
Frlodiiian.T W' Jenkins, Will II Cray,
Portland; JasiKT llals'ock, X (Jassnir, A
Hothchlld, J K Mavlield, Han V rancisco ;
Win Luiighlin, latCiinias. WT;.MrsS
Hill. I)r Hoytl and wife. Hater City . T H
Wells. Pilot Hock; H W.wley, Vinson j (i
II MeKav. II Westrpen. Andursoii. Iowa;
MrsJ H'Hinehart, I.i (irainle; I, leath
ers, Hoppner; Honrv stover, Sarah II
McCueston, Peniij N 8 Clmppell, Kcho;
Jos (iarrett, city.
llowM an tiuuf k I.ytlu Matthews. Win
! Xelsun, I, Olcott, T Daley, city ; M sta-
son. itwts lieiters, 11 n miw, tiiuia
Walla; W C 8hults. M.J Huckloy.O .1
Hiickman, I N Johns, W A Meachum,
Mrs Kalinbai li. Miss .Sullivan, D Sulli
van, lot llraudo; K K Watson, Pan-ima;
.M v J iftchcr, i n irn
A. W. SCHULZE,
di:I.: 11 ir
Now and Oocontl-!-.':in:l F un turo, Otov.is, aci:tfi.ig, nnd
Conors! Hc uooMoiU Cooclo,
UKOGKiUKY, iiliASVAItl:. Iiu.
Goods sold on tho Inntallmont PUw, on Enay Terms.
A.. W. SO hi LJIjZU.
I'nitlii 'in ff ni.
F. J. Dosia.ids'ori & Co.
van. l-aUranilo: V. Jv Watson. Panama; f-m
'.. m. ... . 1 .. .. . .n. 7Tff -v
,n .,, : , i ,011 Ills way ISinw. ,v.....v, - , ,..! JIW imiltllloll, J ictcncr, i n mm- f fli-ipVCflJf PCfO?
U!oi 'I 1','imN M.h.uHi iiucklelsjrrics. ,,. .! when we got home you can rest assured n in yane'ar. -un f.8;"- SiT OWo
VI I ' N ! X .. Igoodl-Dard am A fe'. ! we were pleased w .1, the day's doing-""A 'a" m w 1& fZh$k.
y am eit thic. I.... Hotel cannot no nem. rwu. '"""' unti suits. altlioin.'ii coming 111 o gui - -vv:..". ... i7" r'i.t - -
awing iierion. ho wntihl I LuGrande this evening, to remain a day h. O. Tnsuv. 'I'"i. V,' Anu.. fH t 7MM
7s irom hu fpat -mil H 1 r...T.Ti.,. .... i.i. i i--i , inr iv-j "vmb
hv ti..; 1 : ... . ... T t Jim. 'ap. i,u g -- ib&v . Kfv.
11IIIIN. HrWkS T J'iHH
V "inj It ';ir.' 1 i .r'iu nt 1 f
..I,0v 'hey them-1 Journal, is suffering from quinsy.
tindZ. .lnf1,(, ajtnos-i o. , . hag rescued his position
in John fitantield'E Ojient saloon.
' Problem fnr nnin.
Wheat fifty-four cenU.
11, Huvm. tlio mi-it At lio had his leg so
frightfullv broken at Frazer'u ranch somo
time ago', in now frisking around on
crutches, and may Boon be ablo to dis
card these useful BUpjiortB. Eastern Ore
gon is a good place for broken legs.
WUH WllHIIl"-!" m WHO ui r nr. nu.t-i
worth, at lio, Oregon, on Augud 10,
a CKr weigni nneen puuoui.
Jowolry of Every Doacription
l 'Jthhu; worfinitnl to 1 in, u.iirt.NeinB.1.
Watch Repairing a Specialty