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utoi mil by linn sent to - mil'
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nett ol tin- BBrBBPsM makes
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pmm m N will till y.Mir
ccording to tin' wkvh 01 OtaintM OOOkl.
K, (.ill inn. ami (niily took their
dtpMtVfl this BMCttiM for their boOM
mi Kurt Hi rnli creek.
AOOtbM practical joke war handed
to Jim KiteH on Wednomlay. I.eii
Sharon tilled two leer bottlen with
water, put in the corkr and wired
them an though they were Irenh Irmn
a brewery. He then Ktarted up the
creek an though to place the Ii 'Mies in
the water to oool. An he wa OTOWlng
.he pla.a, he Win called 10 tM tele
phOM hy William Leathern, WOO had
been nreviouily pouted an to what to
do. Mr. Sharon put hie leer bottlM
(till of water down on the gfonod ly a
tree, while he went to answer the false
telephone call. That was Mr. BoW
opportunity, lie rushed over and took
one of the battles and ran away with
it. When Mr. Sharon return.' I he of
course showed all the ordinary signs of
annoyance usually to be noticed when
robbed of a bottle of beer in a place
like Lehman springs, where nothing
intoxicating can be secure! for love or
money. Mr. Ketes took his treasure
to the confectionary store and put it
i.n if. After a collide of hours, he
went after it with a iriend, and when
the bottle was opened he allowed more
real downright grief then did Mother
Hubbard, who went to the cupboard to
get her dog a bone, and when she got
there the cupboard was bare. Mr.
I'.etee receive I what is known as the
double cross. He had only taken the
hoer, or what he thought was beer,
from Mr. Sharon because he Mr.
Sharon) had the day before locked
him in a cellar used an a dark r
and kept him there for an hour while
15 or 20 ladiea and gentleman gathered
around and made merry at the expen-e
nf the urisoner.
i.ernie Haye, Kd Hupuis and Jell
Stephens arrived from I'eudletmi tin
in 'ruing and will camp a week. Tticv
have a aet of busing gloves, baseballs,
irluven. nuts. etc.. and will assist the
olhera in having a good time.
Mies Mark went her leads the lady
howlers. Her acore ot 37 was high
for several daya, but she beat her ii
mark today by bowling 41.
Don't he aatietied with temporary re
lief from indigestion. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure permanently and completely re
moves thia cumplaiiit. It relieves per
inaueutly because it allows the tired
stomach perfect reat. Dieting won't
reel the sUimaco. Nature receives aup
pliea from the food we eat. The sensi
ble way to help the stomach is to use
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, which dittesti
what you'eat and can't help but do you
good. Tallmau fc Co.
POPULAR HIDAWAV SPRINGS
The Surrounding Are Pleasant and the
When picking out a place fur an out
ing, remember Hidaway springs, ex
cellent for skin and blood disease and
a sure cure for rheumatism. William
Scott is propiretor ami makes it pleas-
..ui lor uiiHStM. The tnii is oer un
easy road 50 miles from Pendleton,
ia Alba. The camping grounds in
the vicinity ol the springs are unexcel
led. Cottages rent for il.oU per wees.
Kxamine the man. then take a bee
hue for Hidawav The dan M BatUI
day evening and Sunday are eujoyed
I iv hundreds of people for in lies annuel
nriiicinallv from Alba. I Kiah, Camah
and Owens creeke.
Blown to Atoms.
The old idea that the body sometimes
needs a powertul, drastic, purgative
mil has Iihmii exnloded : for Dr. King s
New Life Pills, which are perfectly
harmlea. uuutlv stimulate liver and
bowels to exoel ujisiiious matter
cleanse the system and absolutely cure
conatioatioo and Hick headache. m.U
J. at 1'allmau iV Co.'s Urug store.
EXPECT SUNDAY VISITORS
THE KIN'. HAM SrRINUS C. A M P K H S AND
anjoyina iae.il weather and Pleasures
of ihs Excellent Hunting
llinitbam Springs, Aug. J. All of
the men here who enjov tistiiug are
bringing in soma tine catches during
Hose days. Tliev nsuallv arise at
almut 4 o'clock m the morning, break
fast with the guests who are leaving
on the stage, and then start IB or
down the canvon. The proximity of
kOO good fishing spots makes it very
luxurious, indeed, inasmuch as one
(n have allthpconif.nl- of a well
kept notel will, as good fishing at is
found anywhere bereabouta within a
lew minutes walk of the grounds.
The management is liberal too, al
I'lwiim giiesth to tish at will, although
imt permitting the taking away of any
of the trout.
Kveryone bathes in the hioI at 4
o'clock in the alteruoon. Some bathe
at other times, early in the morning
or late at night, hut when the hour
of 4 p. in. comes there is a general as
sembling of all the guests at the ce
mented pool, which is always the cen
tre of attraction. Several of the
young men dive from the top of the
oath houses, making the plunge fully
twelve feet to the water's surface.
The guests are expivting .juite a
number of friends to come up from
Pendleton on Saturday night or Sn:;
day morning. Several have engaged
mums, and in the evening of Saturday
there will be dancing and music ill
the big entertainment hall. Mrs.
Irwin has arranged for some vocal mu
sic for that occasion, and with the
Minday arrivals the dajsciog will lie
an enjoyable fiatiire.
It is said here that one of the ladies
who visited in Pendleton during the
week w;i- i lit inln the Pullman cur by
a it lein I there, and started mi her re
turn tn the springs; lii.it she became
absorbed in admiration lor the pictur
esij'ie mountain scenery thai comes to
lew en r "iile up the road, and (mind
it so engaging thai she remained in
the luxurious seat of the Pullman and
was carried well mi towards lltinting-
iii before discovering that sue had
pa-sel itinghain springs station. This
OUip lied .in .iwailing tnr the return
ing train, and occasioned considerable
alarm to her friends here. She finally
arrived, however, and relieved the
feeling of wonderment and nervous
ness. The scenerv ol the itraude
Konde valley, said she, is charming.
'J. H. M'BROOM BURIED TODAY
HAD RUIN A RESIDENT HERE FOR PAST
His Aare Was 71 Years and He Was a Na
tive or the State or
The funeral of J. II. McHrooin. win.
ilia. I .... Weil iitiutlnv tr-mi heart f illnie
has heretofore been made of ! , Walla Walla ),.ar.llal
be accident wihcb liefell Mr. HO )lli- 1 was 1 1 i I a u u u i I i 1 1 iv I tat i ui tsiiruti f . I lui ainr
Ur ihoftlv titer mminit horn tm thll ' t v (tip an iintiral inti vi t . . . 1 1 . 1 1 1 . , I in
trip, nv Heine llirown irom a horse. . lVndleton this forenoon at 10 o'clock
ne remarked tins morning that he was 1
oh the above mentioned gentlemen in
any wav whatever, is hereby with
drawn. Mr. McOombor went out on
Tuesday, July ;I0, and ranght enough
ironi for all the guests at the hotel.
IVHcately cooked aa they were, they
excelled in delicacy of flavor any that
could havi ' nreil from the Wal
dorf-Astoria of New York on I be east
to the Hotel Pendleton on the west.
( -iiing gcnti,.,llt.n s tn(j iaJies. g0j aiul 8jjver watches,
toL. ii ,muuu' ,;rnoKs, chains and great variety ol Jeweir
k Will at e!rinl j. .!. .k ,.t A....c
"'j u piiv,cb Ullllllg llic n i..vi. vl naani
crly for the bargains
i , . , . -"ifjuiiia.
iiimJ ;m"st complete stock of furniture, linoleum, stoves
ur Muaibi and tinning given prompt attention.
Main Street, 1'endleton
OIL STOVES -
M CLARKE & CO.
('t'rit House block.
e f Tents, Wagon
erS Anti-rust Tinware,
LEHMAN SPRINUS CHATfKR.
Ending With a story of the Killing of a
Lehman Springs, July 31. Kd lieg-
orv, head waller ol the I etiuiau
prings hotel, met with an accident on
M in lay Which has a tendeiicv to make
h in walk armind with cnnsiderable
are. He was liatbing in the pool and
ess.ived the d.ihvult teat of turning a
mi, I, suiumersaiill tr im a spring hoard
ive teet aluve tUe water. While
graceiully making Ins gyrations in the
air he was so unfortunate as to slip
an eccentric, one of his feet caught oil
passing cloud and the ottier became
eiitaugled in tin- guy rope of the phu-
ographer's tent, lie yelled for help,
but too late, lie struck the water on
his back, with his arms and legs
pointing to the four different signa of
the sudiac. The result was a badly
sprained hack. Me recovered sutti-
lentlv to lie able to go in the pool to-
lav, but he restricted his gymnastic
xercises to the humdrum I eats of
swimming arnund ami occasionally
taking an ordinary dive.
s nun vl Collo rraker s menus, who
have been tun butt of bis practical
jokes, got partially even with him
luesday night. When lie went to ins
eeplug apartment to retire for the
Ulght, lie disc ivered a nice large cook
stove in in- bed. Me took it out as
carefully as possible and packed it
away quielly, real mug that the more
me kicks when someone plays a joxe
on him. the more liable he is to have
other people gel after him.
I t .- ii. m l :- now led liy I. en
Sharon. In tact, Mr. Sliaron is work
iiiK assiduously to brum that organise
lion to a Intl. state ol iter left ion. 1 lie
ineuilership has been gradually de-
i re.isiu.' nine fiie departure oi some oi
tne 'end et m fun-makers, and at the
last rehearsal tin re were only three
present, Mr. haron, the leader ; Collie
r raker and William Leathers, i ney
ludulge ill daiii pr.titice. coiumeuciug
at 4 o'clock a. in., insuring mat an
the camners as well as the guests of
the hotel will be up in time for
Inuakfast. There is a well-denued plot
in slate of incubation to steal the band
instruments and murder the three
above-mentioned gentlemen unleea they
I'lmuim their time of practice.
Kd Kben arrived on l uesuay iron
the People's Warehouse and baa al
ready filed ins application to oecouie a
member ol l.en Bbarou'a brass hand.
Mr. aul M-s. Weir r rauk l aviness
xi.,1 I d Hull ell lor their homes al
P..... I. .-1. .ii lodav. lliev have lieeli
here since Tuesday. July 2'S.
Dr. T. K. Monk of uHllllervllle,
I nine count.', le here with his cali.p
iug outfit. Me is an accomplished
..in at. mi i o lolouruu her and makes a
luiciuliv of stefeiiitlcon views.
MoasMM Kroouie, K. j. liecaer and
Mank Harrington, who are camed
here, will liave lor home on Monday,
X ilxJIlklt S
A V Ml t, ' ladv ol this camp, who
uridee herself on her diction aud
grammar, was heard to ass ner young
..r irolher to brink: ner a liUi oucaev ui
water. The boy said he would, but
I i,l ii t ' have the hut bucket. Then
she said she would be satisfied with
bucket of hot water, aud got it.
1 lie arrival of Carl I'eriuger and
inotiiali out considerable life into the
amusements ol the small boys of the
cam ti. '
h r.-.l iiartmaii aud Moacoe rrooiue
hold the douhie ciiauipiousbip as bowl
era. Their combiue.1 acore in a game
this afternoon was .vi. r red scored V
and Milium 37. They deleaved their
"l.i.'.i.ei.i - bv '11 uoiuts.
i in.- nt the uroudest men ui camp to
night is " Raspberry " Humphrey, aud
the i. ' proudest is Bud Kiupey
They alaried out huutlug small gauie
ai.but 8 o'clock, aoina over toward
Cauias creek. Mr. Kippey had a It
culilo-r ii He ami a uosl bird dog. The
dou scared up a small doe which uearly
ran over Mr. Humphrey. He shot U
in the lace with No. 4 shot, and put
Mi-vsrul ne i. loads into il alter it
ousted Mr. Kiuoev theu rau it dowi
its skin looked like a sieve after it had
been atriiioed irom the cawrcass. Ill
doe was a small one, aud only dressed
about H pounds. The hunters got
back to camp al V o'clock in the even
iug, tired but happy.
Doings of the Guests at Seotl's Popular
Hidaway Spriugs, July 31. Judge
Johu K. Beau aud County surveyor
Charles K. McComber left lor Peudlo
'ton today, alter haviug beeu here for
10 or II days. Any lb iug that may
i have been said in receut correspond
cine to the Kasl Oregonian from Mid
away springs, that uiay have redoctd
afraid one of his ribs had been trai
lured, and will consult a surgeon re
garding ii immediatelv alter arriving
PavI.I B. Kowan. plumlier for Hans
ford Co., arrived on Tuesday via
Alba to remain a couple of weeks.
Mark Pat ton and Frank Coxev Pratt
ill leave for Pendleton on Thursday
and will probably arrive ai BOON hv
William Scott, the proprietor of the
springs, is a man of remarkable ver
satilitv. Me is the architect of the
large hotel and built it practically
himself. Me is a first class paper-ban
ger and ti hoisterer and a cook out ol
ighl. In addition to his several
trades, he is a professional man, and is
denominated the "Doctor" nv bis
friends. It is no uncommon thing for
him to he taken for a Kaptisi preacher.
He is also a banker and a hunter.
Mrs. S. M. Allport. Johnstown, Pa.,
says: 'Our little girl almost strangled
to death with croup. I he doctors said
she couldn't live hut she was instantly
relieved bv .One Minute Cough Cure.
Pal I man a Co.
PRELAUMUNS OF THE PBNCILMAN.
How Lehman Sprints Campers Joked a
Lehman Springs, Aug. 1. Charles
Maskrey was the most startled man in
amp on Wednesday night. fie retired
to his room, No. 2 at the hotel at
about 10 o'clock, and having said his
rayers and turned off the electric
glit hopped nimbly into hed. lie
ad not been there nmre than two sec
onds until he knew that something was
ot right. There was life oi some
kind there of a foreign nature It was
too large for a bedbug ami not big
enough for a horse. In addition.
there is no such thing as a tiedhug in
amp, so he was excited to know what
it was. lie arose hurriedly, lighted
the candle and called Fred Hartinan to
his assistance. Turning down the coy
ers, a toad weigliintc nearly two pounds
was discovered. The toad seemed per
feet I y at home and ambled around the
bed like a race horse, finally perching
on the pillow where it could get a
good view of the scenerv. It was set
lilt llllo the hull and allowed to go in
mole-ted . Of course Col le Kraker and
Law -baron didn't have anything to
with it. In fact, if there is any
leviltry in camp that the alsiye men
Honed gentlemen are not implicated
the rest "f I he campers would
like to be made aware ol it. Mr.
Maskrey has set two steel traps in his
room and arranged a deadfall over the
loor, so ifiat any om termg without
iheke. to the silual ion w i 1 1 meet with
sudden and ignoiniuous death.
from the Oalloway M. K. church,
south, the Key. D. . V ernon otliciat
iug. Pallbearers were John M. Kent
ley, John Deathman, T. ii. Mailev,
Oeorge O' Daniel, Dan Kemler, QtOfgB
Harfman. Interment was in oinev
Jacob H McHrootu was born I B
Missouri 71 years ago on July 4, is. to.
He has b. en a resident of Cmatilla
county, Oregon, for twenty years, hav
ing I iv.nl successively in Mountain
Yally, Weslon, later again in Mouu
tain vallev, and last spring removed
from his ranch to Pilot Kock.
Mrs. McProom survives him, and
these children: Hubert, at Ololw,
Arisona; Kd, ol Wagner, .rant conn
ty. Ore.; (Inv and Clarence of Pilot
Kock; Mrs. Jennie Curtrigbt, of Mi
Key creek . Mrs. Minnie Hall, Moan
iain valley, Mrs. Kama Hicks and
Mrs. Jessie Micks of Weston; Mrs
OoTa M BrOODI ol Mountain vallev;
Miss Kftio McBroom ol Pilot Kock.
Mis brother, P. Q. McBMKMBb lives at
Mountain vallev; a sister is Mrs. Join:
Ourdane of Pendleton; and three -is
ters live in Missouri.
Body of William Bwlng Burled.
The funeral of Judge Willani Living,
who died Wednesday night, was from
the residence in east Peii'Leton at 4
"'.lock Thursday afternoon, the Kev
D. K. Vernon, of the M. K. church,
south, conducting il. The pallbearer
were: Col. William Parsons, John
K. Temple, J. P. McManns, I. S.
Carroll, S, A. Newberry, John Peters. ,
Think About It.
If you will only think it over you
will go to see Martin when you want
to buy groceries. Mis motto is "best I
gissls at lowest prices." Mis stock Is
very large and well selected. Murliu
has the Tiest bakery department in the'
It ulrdles the Ulobe.
The lame of Itucklen's Arnica Salve,
as the liest in the World, extends round !
the earth. It's the one perfect healer
ol cuts, corns, burns, bruises, sores, I
ulcers, lei., n , aches,
skin eruptions. Only
cure. Mb box at Tali-
Thin Dress Goods
Summer Wash Goods
Ladies' Summer Neckwear
at ntnro and j'et larr shci't nf ;u t iculurs
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
Agentfl Butttrwiok - Patterns,
I AH.T Hi I 1
:i .I 'm-, ito.i.
a. 1 1 m, i'l i IK w. -
Lost M oo.
iM.lai.nv. Lnat Snwup N I a h l-Loaaaa. S I)
In n .. s, c.il Daalrwfe, Bemlnwl rtiiesiooa, Lnme Owes. "S"?
idlllr. Ma..dnrh.Unflnee o Marry, Lpss of I J Baeian, V.iiii
nj (lit.) Ii n. I' ur t;r. il n l ,.
.-.k.ii. -t iniil.,. iKr ln.ni .ml i it.'.
dt Ui-iay ri luiiilvU. altll S lw.a. Cu.hUi. I.va.
i to Merry, Loss
uicknass) of n
1 Sr. I. I i'
rou i.sr ii v i vt.l.M am
a aa a. I'V i
Auarase, BUshup RemaUr Co.,
t ('! IIKI'iIIIIsTh I'UViiI I
row, mi mboh .
pains and all
man A Oo.
Deafness Cannot oe cured
local .iill'-wtlous, a lliey caniint ri'arli Ilia
IcM-awd portion f lie- ear there l only on.1
wav In . nr.- ienine. ami uiai ! njr cnuiiiiu
tl'iiml remedies. lafuv ! eause l by an In
nine. I e.in.llti.ni ol ili- lining
Hitn. lllKII mis- lietl llll lllls- gels in
lUineif vail have a ruinlilmg -ouiel or Imper
fe. I hearing, au l mIivii It I- riillrely cloaeil
I. nft i- the result, all') uu -- lie1 tiiilauiiua
. "in i an ! taken out atel Un- on- n -lnre i in
ll normal eou'tltluti, h. arln will be ileilroy.-d
lorever ; ullie csei out ol ten are SMMM by
atarrh. wlilcU i uolliiiiK but an itiuauieu
tili'litlon "I the iiiui uu- urlai e we will Slv.1
one huii lru.l ilollar. for auy ae of il.aliie
ii i - I hv eatarrhl lhal . annul i- eiiren ny
lall' ( alarrti Cure .i l lur . Ireiilar., free.
K. J ( HhNKl .viii.i nie io. ' '
Holil bv all druggists, T.tc .
Hall's Family I'lllt art. the beat.
On account ol departure I offer lor
sale my private bouse, corner lohhsoli
and Webb street, containing eight
rooms, also a lour room cottage and
two lots near school house.
J. -IILI LKMA.V
UN AT LBHMAN SPRINGS
Hunting is Good and Campers are Un-
levins I I Missives.
Lehman spriugs, 00 miles south ol
Pendleton, is the place to go right now
(or an outing. There is a great deal
game ol dltterent kimls In the tm
"..lib vicinity, as well as trout I is
the streams. The means uf amuse
men at the springs are numerous.
Lhe bowling alley is popular and ihere
is a dance every evening, largely si
banded, tb hotel is under good man
agement and the table is ol the best.
A the ordinary vegetables cannen
and dried goods can tai obtained at the
store, so campers can be accouimodat
ed. A tri-eeekly mall irom reiiuie
ton makes it possible to get letters and
Mpori promptly. Macks make the
trip to the springs Irom Pendleton al
most daily at 14. MJ lor the rounu irip.
Now is the time, am) Lehman springs
the place lor an outing that win ne
James White, Hryanlsvil in, I ml , says
I " Witt's Witch Mael Salve healed
running sores on both legs. He had
sutlcred ii years. Doctors (ailed to help
him. iet DeWitt's. Accept no imita
tions. Tallman A Co.
A. C SHAW k CO.
W. J. SKWKI.L, Manager.
wMESALE AND RETAIL
Yard on Webb SI reel
Oplsisite Iliinl hreight Desit
We are prepared to furnish anything
in the lumber line and can guarantee
prices to he as cheap, if not cheaper
than others. We also carry a large
line of DOOTB, Windows and Moulding.
Parties contemplating kmildlBB will do
well to see us lielore placing their
orders. We also carry Cascade Uil
Fir wood. Phone Maui WJ.
HANSFORD & THOMPSON,
II All DW Aid1'. M UGH A (OM
rVlain Stlttti Pcndlelon. Ore.
IOW DOWN TANK ll MPS.
LACE LEATHER SUCTION Musi
ROPES, STEEL CAHI E, ETC : :
FOR - HARVEST
Pimples, blackheads, simple rashes,
rod. rough hands, falling hair, and
baby blemishes prevented by Cvil-
UBi Sap, a sure preventive ol in
rtaiuiiuiion ami dogging ol the Pores.
BAthou(hal la. .oil4 furfSS 0SSe SSliI uu.
Coar. l-iuva . Hosswa Uatal'satsUaaa....lsa.
I stave beets natal i iv till IMm
luaouiuia viiiti Ahii i. I Qavt beei afl.i. led foi
Over leiiiy .m and 1 can aa lb.il 'ascarelS
Save given me Biore relief iBauaiiy otkei resat
dy I nave ever P led. 1 shall . erlaiuly revooi
Btead We ni 10 my frleiuas us u-inv all ibsy are
rcpreaenied ' '1'Hoa (.11. 1. sen Klgm, 111.
Kspselal ailaBisoa s
10 a is...
Pendleton Ukiah Stage Line
Dual on A Uiu. ,, I'tops
Leave Pendleton everv day al 7 o'clock
e..-pl .'sunday, lor Pilot hank, Nye,
Ki. life. Alba and Uloah. (... I at
1 1. mm. slat n. us Keasolialiie Irelglil ami
City ottice at Tallman & Co's drug
allsl W.Ui1 V.H. L is
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very h'st tub hi I an v w here, and w ill
hinge you little III ire lhan you will piv.v
elsewhere foi inferior gradt"..
gelll fill White sc.V nig machine.
ITlldBrUtltBfB1 supplies alway on bund
Hotel St mm
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HI . a and a hall Iroaa depot.
Sample Kuum In connection
.11. 75c, $l oo
$3.(N) per Day and Upwards
I Inest Hotel
In the fa, in.
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CURE CONSTIPATION. ..
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Sold t it J :uufwiiaMJ by all drug
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Shop and Foundry
All kinds ol machinery re
paired, lirasa and Iron
castings of all kinds made
on short notice
Baltor A Mow.
Junction of Court aud Alia Streets.
Special Matca to l a .lorn Oregon people vlaltlng Hortlaud McwUuai Ul
tor tourlata and commtsrcUl travelers. If. C. bOWBKS. MasWifBr.
M)ANS SKA US!
At lowt-sl laic
J. K. DICKSON,
1 a ,1 OregooUn BulltlliiK,
Notary and ,
S;S0 to $ft Delivered
Order ol us and save mouey.
Orders for Hubber Humps
KAHT OKKtsONI AN PUB. CO
For Health, Strength and
Pleasure Drink :::::::
Polydore Moens, Proprietor.
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