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pun for tlx to dey wa
Em. stoker. Thompson- first
L m with urtv tbat will
L or to nl ocmd breet-
Lnprawot nafno. unlets Man-
art : L. J .Manl i.mim.
E M in Portland or Oregon
mkm'w lut tun) oi tli
L faber, making up a tram
IfcHB id Walla Walla, tVndle
L tii-r town..
7. i -.th.r late in the M-
bax fuar men on salary, and
Ipse ot u them quite a om of
EV month. Vinj Hyan,
ft , , pitrtier reinaioeo in
fcCtti play with that team.
how i TW.
kr M Hudnd Dollars kesraid lor
m aHia last cannot b cured by
II . SIMV 4 CO Prop.. Toledo. O.
m aaewajaea. un aaovn r j toe
ka jr. !Me tr. and bell him
awiM 11 til bouneM treneartlnn.
ink.' afti le earn out euy oblige-
Urunnu Tole-lo, Ohio
i liratcuu Tuie.o Ohio.
.Ml W . M t V
I 'jurr. ( art u i-o internally, ect-
1st deed ana muu lurlace
Tntx TJr fan bottle, sold be
ka ttiu was ilosid.
i lenaer. Ttlli What Ha haw
tier, or. Sanaa.
Frrpnon. who tetit Son-
lltlk Walla, told the Kaat Ore
e toe old town looked to
i Uw store and other biisi-
Kwn through the opera
I at ox prepared for
bt a pair of our
. and 75c.
1111 or colored 10, 40
'ClOatJ. Jattthe tkiM for
'i. 7fc, u.50.
Lver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
tion of tbe Sunday closing law now
being vigorously prosecuted there:
'There's tbe rinrodest thing hap
In that town op 'long the line .
Not bloomin' store it open,
Cause they'll bare to pay a fine.
There'a a Snnday crusade started
An there's coaain' everywhere,
The only things that's open
Is the jail an' boose ' prayer.
"They'll arrest a man (or nothin,'
Merely open wide a door,
An' tbe cope' 11 come a tamblin'
Like lour, 'leveo, forty four.
Nothin's running' bat tbe hydrants
All tbe peoples' watcba stop;
The devil goes a flshln' ;
Now tbe preachere are on top.
"Closed are all tbe biaueas bouses,
All tbe ebon an' saloons, too;
There's no stnokia', there'' no drink
in', An' the town looks mighty blue;
They do tell a bow a stranger
Uare tbe oops a lively cbaae,
But they fln'lly caught an' nabbed bin
For a open in" ol bis faaa.
"There's a wail M protestation
Travelin' ap an' down tbe street;
There' a look o' desperation
On most every man you meet ;
They're a standin' on tbe oorfiera,
On tbe curb an' sidewalks too
Wonderin' wbat's tbe nest to happen
'Fore tbe bloomin' crusade's through."
Blown ta aiarot
The old idea that tbe body sometimes
needs a powerful, drastic, purgative
pill ha been exploded; for Dr. King's
New Life Pills, which are perfectly
nannies, gently stimolate liver and
bowels to expel poisonous matter,
cleanae tbe system and absolutely core
constipation and sick headache. Only
25c at Tall man & Oo.'a drug store.
The atUaahlp Oregon.
The navy department has taken ac
tion wbicb ia practically an official
recognition of tbe superior qualitiea of
the Wtleehipe ia now to be designed,
which, while larger than the Oregon,
are, in general, a reproduction of that
veaael. The new warships are to be
450 feet long, 76 feet beam and draw 24
feet 6 inches of water. This will be
tbe largest vessels in tbe United States
It OlrSles tks Glohe.
The fame of BucklenU Arniea salve,
as tbe beat in tbe World, extends round
the earth. It's tbe oae perfect healer
of cuts, corns, burns, braises, sores,
scalds, boils, ulcers, felons, aches,
pains and all akin eruption. Onlv
infallible pile core. 25c box at Tall -man
Tblnk About It,
If you will only think it over yoo
will go to aee Martin when you want
to buy groceries. His motto is "beet
goods at lowest prices. " His stock is
very large and well seise ted. Martin
has the best bakery department in the
"I am indebted to One Mints Cough
Cure for present good health and my
life. 1 was treated in vain by doctors
for luug trouble following ia grippe. I
took One Minute Cough Cure and re
covered my health." Mr. . H. Wiae,
Madiaon, (ia. Tall man A Co.
aaa aas n an Mr- Liasie Olaon, a p
M" W,H 011 r' elegantly attired young
ev.nfactior taken from a weat bound N
Liasie Olson, a preposseHing
cific train near Seattle violently in
sane. Mrs. Olsen is tbe wife of Olseu,
the Walla Walla reataurant man.
A bad complexion generally results
..j v . . . from inactive liver and bowels. In all
ua Optician.., such cases, DeWitt's Little Karly Kiaers
roduue gratifying reealta. Tall man A
2und r m fr QeW aud larer 8tOCk
r aa winter good I wiH 11 gtovea and steel
CT , u ' re(iuced prices for the next sixty
-we, ami gei prices.
The Mum Street aTnaifs mi rt.Ur
OIL STOVES -
J. CLARKE & CO.
Opera House block.
v uj i cms, naguu
ers, Anti-rust Tinware,
ENCAMPED AT BINGHAM
UUtSTS gHJOTING IDIAL WIATHCR
eaaues of the Caayen and Fine service
at the Hotel. With Good
Ringham Springs. July 29. -Here is
where breesee blow cool and invigorat
ing from the high mountain peak,
where sparkling streams of purest wa
ter dash down from diny heights,
where Indian tuperstititio'n adds ro
mance to tbe already romantic place,
and where warm springs from the in
nermost depths of the earth, wonderful
in their curative properties, gush forth
from the base of a mountain at Mm i p
of which standi "the summer house,"
900 feet above the level of the hotel,
which itself is 2H00 feet higher than
the surface ol old ocean.
Here is where Nature ha cut doWl
through the mountain a canyon that
ia just as beautiful as anv one of the
canyons that make the west so charm
ing to he lover of Nature.
Here, in short, is where one mav
find renewed health, recreation, gaajd
air, good water, fine hotel seme, jol
ly company, and have the lreh. cool
winds blow away the cobwebs of pes
simism and weariness from tbe brain.
Ths Springs This Summer.
This summer, tbe springs are quite
as attractive as ever they were. The
attendance has not been heavy up to
tbia time, bat it is evident that from
this time on there will be a larger
number of people registered at the ho
tel or occupying the cottages that dot
the well-kept grounds.
The service at the hotel i really
tine. No guests at u miner resort bo
tel on the coast are being so well gajw4
for, tbe dining room U'iug in the BJOel
competent hands. It ie always clean
and orderly about the grounds, and
jitft now, when the lower plains are
S arched and gray with du living in
ense clouds, Bingham Springs otter
charms both positive and negative n
tbe person who seeks a place in which
to enjoy a few days of outing. The
positive charms are the attraction that
have been her.' enumerated, and the
negative the entire absence of anything
unpleaaant. The only possible com
plaint one could make is that having
enjoyed a day or two here, it requires
much moral courage to lioard the stage
and ride to the station ami return to
tbe humdrum of town life in the MM
Some of the Cuastt
Glancing over tbe register at the ho
tel these names appear among the re
Mrs. H. W. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Sett. Judith Scott, Mr. and Mr.
Kara Snow, Mrs. I. N. I 'ay ami three
children, Mrs. M. A. I'heip, Mi A.
C. Smith, of Portland.
Dr. J. E. Bingham, Pr. and Mrs. Van
Patten, George T. Thompson, Mr. snd
Mrs. J. C. Scott, Fay Le Grow. Jatne
McCool, of Walla Walla.
Mr. and Mrs. John Vert, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Greolich, Mr. ami Mr.
F. Y. scbuck, Mr. and Mr. Dayton
Barn hart, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Keyes,
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Nolte, Mis
Winslow, J. S. Beckwith, Koy Kitner,
Charles March, K. II. Simpeon, I, I
Lathrop, James Welch, Oliver Kelsay,
8. K. Adams, James Cox, K. D, Mick
lin, George Heigh, R. H. Simpson, K.
Long, of Pendleton.
Mrs. W. B. Cbesney, ol Chicago.
Mrs. Kd Manaaae, of Athena.
usle and Daneing.
In tbe big entertainment hall there
are singing and dancing, with Mr.
Irwin, an accompished pianist and con
tralto singer, in charge of the mufical
arrangements. Mrs. Irwin calls upon
tbe gueats lor assistance each day, and
thus givea them tbe pleasure of help
ing in the entertainment of the other.
Mrs. Van Patten, Mrs. Irwin, tieorge
Haigb, James Welch, Oliver Kelsay
and others were contributor during
Saturday evening and - imlav Sun
day afternoon a musical program wa
rendered, attended by every guet
and camper in the vicinity
Lover of angling need only oue sen
tence to satisfy them :
The fish iua- is good. It ha been
good all the season, ami it ll good now
Appetites here, ot course, are gigantic.
Good fishing aud big appetites make a
combination that is rather attractive to
the average Oregoniau.
THg LEHMAN BUDGgT.
A leeord Drive to Pendleton Wu Mads
In tsvsn Hours.
Lehman Springs, July 27. Among
tbe arrival from Peudletou laet even
ing were Mr. William Humphrey ami
One of the fastest trip ever recorded
between Lehman springs and Pendle
ton was that of Friday, July M, when
W. J. Furnish, president of the Pen
dleton Savings bank, and Tuui Boylen,
the wall known obeepman and baseball
enthusiast, drove over tbe road in
even hours. Tbe distance is given at
50 miles, divided a follow: Proa
Ihuian springs to Mountain noma
ranch, 30 miles; from there to Pilot
Kock, V miles; from there to Pendle
ton, 15 miles. Tbe ordinary time lor
making the trip by stage coach fl
about 12 or 13 hour, including slop
J. L. Siockmsn, for 15 years a tann
er of Vauscycle, l taking the baths.
He has leased bis farm ami . 1 1 uo no
more work for awhile He ia suffer
in from heart trouble, sciatic rheuma
tism and kidney diaeaae, but is look ind
well and hope to be all right soon.
Mark Pattou, of Pendleton, made a
reputation here yesUtrday as a baud
uiaater. He had hi brass baud con
sist lug of one graphopbooe iu lull
operation, aud gave three open air
concert from the hotel veranda. He
has 30 records along, and ran them
all through on each occasion. Here
after, Mr. Patton will be kuown as
house II. His collection ol record
is a choice one aud the concerta were
enjoyed by all the campers.
Frank O'Harra. John K. Kuaaell aud
D. B. Watson left tbe springs after
a brief visit, and are probably at Law
ton ere this time.
This letter is written by a aubatan
tial wood fire. Incidentally, the fire
is absolutely ueceaaary for comfort.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Smith, of Pen
dleton, after a brief visit here, are now
encamped iu Fly valley.
Paul Sperrv, manager of the Pilot
Rock baaebafl club arrived today.
Mias Margaret Downey returned to
ike aeaard' True Stertes.
Ike Bogard, who for the past teu
years has been employed by William
blusher, the Peudletou sheepman,
came in to the spring today. He
killed a deer tbe other day aud is uot
only a hunter, but a fisherman He
tells a story of Thomas Sima, a Scotch
man, alao employed by Mr. niusher,
which is worthy of emulation by many
who have resided in this country from
birth. Mr. Sims, while out hunting,
aaw an elk. Knowing that there waa
a law agaiuat killing auch animals,
be would uot shoot it, although a
apleudid shot, and the elk was stand -iu
still lea than oO yarda away.
Speaking of elk, Fred UarUuan'a in
formation concerning that noble animal
has been greatly increased hv listening
to the conversation of Mr. Rogard.
Fred didn't know that the male elk is
at all times dangerous and liable to
atUrk a human being. Mr. Rogard
quickly changed that opinion by tel
ling a story of a eamptender who last
fall was attacked by one. The camp
tender knew the law and would not
h! it. but dropped hi gun and
climbed a tree. Tlie elk stood at the
bottom of the tree and roared Impa
tiently for his prey to return to terra
firma. Rut the sheeptender, although
not at all comfortable, knew that his
life was afe where be waa, and did
not know what might happen if he
came down. He wa np a tree, to
drop to llaag, anl taid there the live
long night He wa rescued by his
dog, which cams early in the morning
and anger.! the elk so that the big tn
im.il .based the little one away. Af
ter running several miles, the dog
thought it had the elk lost so It
ooalan't tin.) it wsv back to the tree,
and then the canine increased its
leed, and ran away and hid, The
eamptender made hi escape in the
meantime. Thus endeth the first
chapter of "Bogar l's Zivologv."
U A M SKRKY.
UP ON THg BLUB".
Pasture at Hsaeham It the Summer Bi
ble School. Now In Sstalon.
Meacbam. .'ulv 29. The summer
Bible school which is in session here
i well attended, and the meetings will
be very pleasant and profitable, no
doubt, throughout the series. n Sat
urday even og. there wa a patriotic
camp fire, at which the camper as
mM.l nn.l combined pleasure and
the MPfHSjIotJ of patrlotim about a
huge piie of burning log.
Minday was a busy day (or those
who re interested In the Bible chool
there being lour meeting, and euthu
iam at all. Sunday school wa held
at lt o'clock, preaching at 11, open air
meeting in the grove at It in the after
noon, and evHtigelitic services with an
addraM by Rev. W. (). Korbe. ol Port
land, at rttO in tbe evening.
The ih'ciI feature ol the week will
be a literary entertainment by Mr. W.
H. Rleakney on Tuesday evening and
a lecture on Thursday evening bv Key.
W. II. Kellogg, of Portland. It is an
ticipated that all of the people who
are encamped here will attend both of
these entertainments, which will be
excellent, indeed, and that quite a
number will come froa Pendleton and
La Grande, and from the smaller ta
SAM WHITE "WILL ORGANIZE
New Democratic Chairman Say Ha Will
Do boms Work.
Sam White, of Raker City, who i
tba chairman of the democratic tate
central committee succeeding R. S
heridan, reigned, spoke a follows to
the Baker City Democrat:
"It will be my effort a chairman to
organie the party thoroughly in the
state, prior to the convention in 1902
and get it into working condition. I
realise that this means an enormous
amount of work for me and tbe mem
bers of the committee. Tbe democrat
ic partv in Oregon i in a .better con
dition for a close working organitation
than it has been for some time anil
under proper organisation its chances
for success in Oregon, if the condi
tions as they now exit continue, are
h. tt.-r than thev have been fur year.
"I have not yet appointed the ecre
tary of the committee and do not in
tend to do so until I can find what in
my opinion i a suitable person to fill
the plsce. There is plenty of good n a
terial for the noallMM, but we want
the beet Hiihle mm lor the place.
My work as I understaud it is to gath
er in the odd mid ends of the party
and in doing this work I intend to M
urrounded and aited by a body of
tbe ablest men in tbe state."
Mr. White bar not yet, of course, ar
ranged any of the details of the party
work for the next campaign and will
not do ao for some time yet, and be
eides the election of Mr. White, no
political work oi any special signifi
cance wa dune at the recent meeting
of tbe committee in Portland. There
was no talk of candidates, a it was
considered that any mention of who
should lie placed on the state ticket
next spring would he premature.
You can never cure dyspepsia by
dieting. What your bly needs I plenty
of food properly digested. Then if vour
stomach ill not digest it, Kodoi Dm.
pepsia Cure will, it contain all of the
natural d ig. stants, heiiye must digest
every cla of food and so prepare it
that nature can uae It in nourishing
tl- bMy "! replacing the Wasted li
sm s.thus giv lug lite, health, strength,
ambition, pure bl'xsl ami healthy ap
petite. Tallmau .V Co.
Cal deer, a farmer of Hum, baa
tiled a petition in bankruptcy in tbe
I'uited Males court. Hi liabilities
amount to $7UU. Hi assets, including
a government homestead, amount to
?8i all of which it is claimed is
My HUle ald'a hair did Dot grow It was
harrli and Irj.au'l would braaa au.l ur
i al w a full of dry dai.'li ulf (hat I eueld not
count out A plat srouiel Ue- Lack of bar
l.i u I wu- o I nlobli. bib of ho btad Uit
ball m u onli two or o.m Isjehaa loug. I
.... i ie i ka null- an. I aeaM I i iii i ua
Oli.tiu. ..I oi l her l.alr ha unit in lin. a ami
H soft a allk. alas. A.lXlWNr Y, Alfred, .
Wuu. .hauiiuaawlUi OSSfSata ir4 Ihl4reav
iuft sua Cwaeii. muu sf MwvlUeab, e.u etaef
um Male ae teu wl arueie. eualai, as eesei u. HSAS
unauee au4 iicauia Mffece-
Don't Cut Coram
Don't a H VeejraaM Don't
Let Aayfceety do H
What man or woman
uHertbjt with palbful
cud auuolug torn a
ill not giv- ioc bta to
Lav. II, ew removed'
for '46 oeula you get
aertaC i your Louat poMvil, LUL
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A FIRE IN 0RAIN FIELDS
Los Near Hiinjeie of Fifty re of
Athena. July 28. On Friday after
noon, aa A. r. Brewer, who run a
huckster wagon from nil store at
Adam, was driving through the wheat
field of Andrew McCnne, near Hills
dale, a bunch of matches dropped from
the wagon and became Ignited. A
flame spread to the wheat, and before
it could be extinguished 50 acres of
fine grain was totally destroyed. The
wheat that waa bnrned waa a piece
that Mr. McCnne figured would yield
at least 45 btiahels per acre.
Frank Martin, who waa in the city
from his big reservation ranch says
that his new machine Is a good one,
and will no doubt be able to cut 70 to
75 acres per Jay. He has 400 acres
In crop this year and he expects a
yield averaging 3.v to 40 bushels per
acre. Mr. Martin has some field that
will go over 50 bushels and weigh full
Professor Peebles and II. R. Nelson
were Athena visitors Thursday.
Frank Moran, who has been spend
ing the pat ix months in California,
hp returned to his home here.
Will Wells waa in Walla Walla last
Mrs. Ida LaViers, who conducted
tbe Nonpareil Millinery store in this
city this niuimer has gone to Baker
City, where she will visit with rela
tives for a time, before leaving for the
coast. Mrs. LaViers expects to return
here next September.
William lleltnick, who has been
spending the summer with relative at
Monegan Springs, Mo., returned to hi
home here last week. He is feeling
mtM)n improved in health.
N. II. I'inkerton was in Walla Walla
Wi S. Rick, of Weston, was here on
N. A. Miller was in Pendleton on
Chris Waters of San Francisco, who
has many friends here, arrived here on
Saturday, and may decide to remain
"Doc" Maple and A. O. Carden are
visitor from Pendleton today.
It i easier to keep well than get
cured. Dewitt's Little Karly Riser
tsken now and then, will keep your
bowels in perfect order. They never
gripe but promote an easy action. Tall
man A Co.
e av e
Ths Torrent tyatem.
A DOW the first suit to be filed in
thli state under the new Torren regis
tration act passed by the recent legis
lature, wa tiled in department two of
the circuit court at Salem Wednesday.
It I entitled Winfield Cover, plain
tiff vs. Kllen S. Roby, et al, defend
ants, and is an action to correct the
title to a t0 acre tract of land near
Lake I vsbish, and place it under the
Torrens regiatration law, which waa
pass. I by the last legislature and
copied from the Illinois law. The law
i purely optional.
thrive and grow
The perfect food drink for
growing children ii FlGPRUNE.
It is made from carefully se
lected California figs, prunes and
sound, well ripened grain.
Looks like coffee- Tastes like
coffee- But there ia not a
grain oi coffee in it.
Boil from 5 to 10 minutes only
ALL GKOCKRS HELL
JUST THINK OF IT!'.
fourtba of tbe people lb Umatilla
m Mia mmIum oar hartiaaa ami aaddlee an
lbs other fourth baa Jual iiuaBiueuoeiit U UM
ilia.ii All llilaaoee to show that oara are all
rikjcr 'LAe eu.i run: km uioiit. w. carry
a complete aux.'k of Collare, Spurs. Hrushaa,
Wblpa. Hweal avta. pack saddles, be, etrlng
irelher, tenia, wagoa tuieere, oaneaa, all klbds
Leading tian.caa and Aaddiary.
Kspeclal atuaotlob glysn
For Health. Strength and
Pleasure Drink : :
Polydore Moens, Proprietor.
One lot of Hen's Colored Shirts, Ht ifT .maom, two air
cutTs, dolhaf valuen for 30c
Women' Shirt Waists
7oc, $1.(K), fl.00 and up to 80 valuta 4 half prico. ami
this for nice froah waist.
Women's Summer Vests
Large assortment at nducel prio.
Embroideries and Laces
From Lc ptfl yitnl ami upwards wo show VSjfttM that are not
nearly equaled anvwlicre t'lso in town.
Ladies' Summer Neckwear
At half priot.
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
Agents Hutterwu'k I Pstttmi
Mtrfctoreacnall arak i.rtian
The reason aurTrrrrc irn m4 r.ired hjr Dnrloni I lranM. an .-r rn are Imnhled wilt. freetalll
rl'lhKNK the only knowii r-ntr.iy tai ear win t an oHrilin. Ami taun iia A wrttb
larantMBleeii and rtini,. r reinriml If a iii .l,ui,l . n t a permanent . ure. II .1 a i-o.l for aj
r mall. h. m I for e.iaK rlrruUr ami 1,-alluioi.lale,
Addreae UATOK. HHinivi. ., ?. u.lai Kwa
rtlH h l K HV TAI1I1M A N etOOa, Mltl'OWIN I'M. f a N l f TON . flHRMOM.
HANSFORD & THOMPSON.
II A UOU A HI Ml- Hill W N
Main Street, Pendleton. Ore.
(3.00 per Ds) and Upwards jtl ..rthweet
Baekeeei eeWasaXeeeV Ti I sBeeme--eBfl PsS ' am
I--.W I I AMU ..KM....N
avactal ttau to haatem Oregon
tar tuurUt and cenaa averctal traveler
At lowest rates
J. R. DICKSON,
tiast Oregouiao Hulldiug.
Bae BjSF '
LOW-DOWN IANK PUMPS,
LACE LEATHER SUCTION HOSE
ROPES, STEEL CABLE. ETC : :
FOR - HARVEST
From Palace to Cottage
you will llinl our -to, k of , a . - .mil -I'leiltly
roiiiprelleimlv. to n la-e-t all HveH
llralloiiH. 'I'lic KiiglUll of tllla Mtatelnellt
In tliia: W. , m Hiiiilv you with mat
tliiK; riign niial rarMtM hflMMN BwV
livK1' r winter iiiaMsM) 0M furnUli tin'
very lift to Ih- I ia-1 any w luTf, ami will
. liargt- you UttaS MOM UteMI you will iay
elawlir- for Inferior tfrailen.
Agt'lll for Willie wewlllg mit. llllie.
I 'uilertnkttn-i' iiill alway mi liaml.
OHO. OAHVKAU. Prep
Kleftiatly Farnlihed Stum Huted
Block and a half frora depot.
Sample Koora la connectloa
50c, 75c. $1.00
Hotel si tone
aV ki I laeat Hotel
people vlaltlaa Hoitiaud MeaaajaarUra
n. b. iki w 1.H8, manager .
V. J a
$3.50 to $5 Delivered
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