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IT'S A HARVEST
TIME HERE FOR
Never before in the history of this gfMt country
were such rare chances offered to the consumer to buy
the BEST EATABLES in the market lor inch LOW
Wc don't put forward a few articles and make a big
talk about REDUCED PRICES
Every article in our stock the largest in Pendleton
is SOLD at n s LOWEST PRICE.
We candidly bolicvt wc are offering the GREAT
EST VALUES EVER OFFERED IN
Alexander & Hexter.
The Boston Store
Sale of Fancy Hosiery,
530 pairs Fancy Lisle
Hose, were 75c, now
240 pairs Fancy Silk
and Lisle Hose, were
$1.00 per pair, now
Sale Commences Tuesday Morning.
Pendleton's Big Busy Store.
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win your address T"U
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Haines, fancv crnnrls
..Bound to Make an Impression..
VOI' should try our pastries; you
will surds he impfMud by their
KooiIiilss, Tin iN the pi rfei tion
of LakuiK delicacy, and art the most
appetizing of luxuries. We use the
btat flour, and ripe, sound, perfect
fruits ami berries. These pastries are
healthful as well as appetizing. and we
take special pride in making them so.
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REDERICK NOI F
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
To make good bread use Byer' Beat Flour. It took first
premium at the Chicago World's Fair over all coin pet i
tiou, and gives excellent satisfaction wherever used.
Kvnry saea iti guaranteed. We have the beat Steam
Rolled bailev, Seed Kye and Beardless Barley.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BYLRS, Proprietor.
See Dem Freezers
I have a full line of
The Peerless Ice Cream Freezers
from one pint to ten quarts, will freeze cream
in from three to five minutes; also have a full
line of fishing tackle, hammocks, etc. See my
line before buying
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware Man.
.lease Haney, owner of several nl
the earliest BOBiO paper, died at III
home in New York citv Monday, aged
Captain James Parker, counsel for
Admiral Schley, left bin home in Perth
Amboy, N. J., Monday night for
The grasshopper plague ha v ihiI.sI
Naples and is assuming serious aspect
Farmers are cutting their grain pre
maturely to save something.
Uavid B. Henderson, speaker ot the
1 nilM Mates rouse of representatives,
and Representative Frederick t.illett,
of Massachusetts, are Merlin.
Jack Wade, of Salt Lake, defeated
.lack Donnelly, ol St. Louis, in the
third round of what was to have been a
20-round go at Butte, Monday night.
Two and a half inches of rain tell at
Kandshurg, Calif., Monday in three
quarters of an hour, lot a while half
of the houses in the town were Hoodad.
Arrangements have been comileted
in New York for the funeral of the
Right Rev. A. N. l.ittlejohn, bishop
of the Protestant F.piscopal diocese of :
Vice-President Roosevelt left Colo
rado Springs, Monday afternoon for a
three days' coyote chase in the viein-i
ity 01 Kountain, IS miles south of that
It is generally acknowledged In
those acquainted will, affair- In the
house of rcpersentat ives that SpcAkcr
HaOdafaOB will he chosen to lOOMod
himself as presiding otticer of that
oiigress assemble" in I't
TRUST ARE FIRM
Shaffer Will Order Men Out
TRUST S0MK WHAT L1KKS THE TIKUP
Says li Shuts Down Mills the Tmsl
Know What lo Po With.
Wireless telegraphy by a relav sys
tem is to lie tried in the vicinity' id
Boston. The system is ttie invention
of Kdgar S. (iray, and it was tried in
Vermont a short wihle ago. Die ap
paratus consists, general I v speaking,
of two kites.
John M. Wilson, a patient at the
insane asylum, at Provo, Utah,
threw himself head first into the open
door of a furnace Monday. He was
badly burneii before lieing pulled nut.
While bandages were being prepared,
Wilson broke away ami again threw
himself into the furnace, this time be
ing so badly burned that he died with
in a short time.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
Some J' cases ol scarlet fever are re
ported in Walla Walla. People have
l.een to.. . a re less in handling the cases
and it has spread unnecessarily.
Over 2,.rU0,(sJ0 pounds of fruit and
vegetables have been shipHd out of the
Walla Walla valley since April 1. At
present average consignments of six
cars are leaving daily.
A Cottage 1 1 rove woman, who is
something of a shot, went after deer
the other lay, when she met a particu
larly large and lively cougar coming
down the path. She ran south, the
cougar north, and there were no
Kdward tiedde was shot at Astoria,
Monday, tiy William Risk, an aged
Uerinan. The bullet entered the right
breast, tearing a hole in the ilesh, and
hslged in the arn . The man is not
fatally injured. The men had a quar
rel over a tritle.
This is believed to he the straw ber
ry record: J. W. Overbaugh, of White
Salmon Mai Portland, shipped :IU1
fu i crates and 7 half crates for which
be eceived ftKM.OJ, alter paying lor
freights and all commissions, and had
alsiut l.r) crates for home use and
friends besides, making in all TJi. full
crates and 7 half crates, all grown on
Ttie board of othcers buying cavalry
horses purchased Mtt head at Walla
Walla. They have now gone over to
Kaker City and La .rande. (.Quarter
master Jacobs advertises for IL'i. stand
ard artillery horses to hi- delivered at
hurt Walla Walla, bids to la opened
August IS. Artillery horses are of
a heavier grade than cavalry horses.
"Must go over UiOO," says Colonel
James Jai ks-ui .
Mrs. W. I). Smith, aged 30 years,
died in Hillsboro, Monday after an ill
ness ol two years, fleceased was mar
fied to W. 0, smith in November, lau'J
Thomas L. Arnold and (ieorge Seers
were held up aud robbed ot money and
valuables oh tile top ol Ben Data
mountain, in Malheur county, tiO
miles west ol Vale, by a lone highway
man. There is BO clue.
Pittsburg. Pa., Aug 7. A general
strike order from President Shall r
will be mailed to all the vice presi
dents of the Amalgamated association
tonight ordering the men out on Vug
list 10 unless there is an adjustment of
the dillicnlties in the meantime. The
strike will affect all the Amalgamated
men employed by the National Meel
company, hoderal steel company and
National Tube company. Shaffer does
not anticipate anv settlement before
the strike goes into effect.
Altogether alsiut 100,100 men will lie
Nltectc.l by the order.
Shonanso Men Went Out.
Hawoaatla. Pa., kaf 7. Promptly
at midnight the men of the shnnango
Valley steel plant of the stetd trust
struck. The order of President Shaff
er was ohctod to a man. The strlki
was ordered to prevent the production
of material that would keep the other
plants in oiierat Ion.
United Mine omelali to t outer.
Shauiokin, Pa., Aug. 7. The ('nit
ad Mine Workers ol lie i al s left llaxlton
this morning to meet the olhcials of
other districts on an important con
ference. It will be held tomorrow lu
iPscuss plans for a light against the
coal companies that will not allow the
union . in hi 1 1 tee t inspect the mem
bership in the collieries The collier
enre may result in a general strike.
Wellivllle Is Orderly.
Wellsville, O.i Aug. 7.-Wellsville
is very quiet bslay. No new trouble
of any kind has iMviirrod.
Trust Likes strike Medicine.
New York, Aug. 7. The steel cor
poration officials maintained their at
titude ol silence today regarding the
spread of the Amalgamated strike.
Morgan's Wall street organ tisla sas
(he strike order is received with ex
pressions of satisfaction, as it solves
the problem of shutting down several
plants winch the trust bad been anx-
IIBIKIS lor some i line.
IT MAKES WOMEN HAHP V.
"I had bi.i, a sufferer foi BMMly ve.o
knmi in rvouMM as with .ill Us kymptom
and oopipltcstiows. " write Mi- (J N
Pi-lu r of isa I,, nngtoa Am . New York
s' I as taasatasw) g"inK (a mi a
sician 'i puii lia-ing llu-dil mr My bus
band -'t la induced nu to try Ur. Plcrvt's
Havorttd Press ription. Alt. i taking mm
bottle and follow ing row! advice I wa
tiicouiav ' ' I ivi man Is.lllrs ot
Favorite frescriptioa l conliaved tak
ng it and tell that 1 was IsSDrovilMJ fast 1 1
,li.n, ai last I am not now to, - ,onl but
abb am! 1 hsvt u good color in in v Ian
hav also gained tin pouinU in weight
.oid eu tlmusiitiit puunds u (umji'tl for 1
jiu a in w woman once toff and youi
advice and yaalf ' Favorite 1'iesi ription ' is
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THI; NHW YORK (MARKET
Reported by I. L. Ray Co.. Pendleton.
Lhleaao Board or Trad and New York
Stoek Bsehanae Brokers.
New York, Aug. 7. The wheat mar
ket was strong trom the start today,
influenced bv the heavy export demand
and the light offerings irom tlrst
hands. Llfarpool was unchanged " a.
New Tori opaam i-h to '4 lower, 7."
I -a, but there was a scarcity of offer
:ng which a. Ivan. -.si prices I to
Money, ' per cent.
Closing yesterday, 7." t-.s.
'P'1'" today, 75 to 7tSi-i.
Range today, 76 1-H to 7H1,.
Close tislay, 7tl 't-8.
stocks: Sugar, steel, lil'4 .
St. Paul, i:7 , C P.. WV
Wheat In Han Franelseo.
sn Franoiano, ng.
wheat, Iff? :i-a.
Chicago, Aug. 7.
Wheat, ;n to 7I.
illy Properties Bring OM.OOO
Prom Eastern Buyers.
Baker City. Aug. I lo.la the Hel
cber group of mines, of the Alamo dis
trict, whs sold h the format owners,
Laraan, Denton ami Otaarna. to the
Dainaa QoM Mining ami Milling com-
lany oonpoaad o( Baatara aapltaliala
lor a consideration III the Height.. .r-
nood ol ffili.iSSl. I lie Helcher group
is in the Vicinity of the Kcd Bov and
has about lfffftl feet ..I development
work. Six claims are included in the
group. It is the avowed purpose o
i lie new management to inaugurate
extensive development Work alld erect
soon a plant for treating the ores of the
pr. perl v.
Ions to get off Its
I Wo CLARK MILLS START.
Caused Conksrnallon Among Strikers
Who Keep Uuiel However.
1'iitsburg, Pa., Aug. 7. Consterna
tion reigned among the strikers this
morning when lhe learned that two
of the t'lark mills had started up.
The superintendent says other mills of
the company will la- started so s. sin as
repairs are made, and that there will
lie no trouble in scoring men
Throngs surrounded the plants this
morning seeking work. A great crowd
of strikers is now around the nulls,
hut quiet and order prevail. All is
quiet at the other mills in the city.
Oossn t Aiarm Shaffer.
Pittsburg, Aug. 7. Shaffer does not
regard the starting of the Clark mills
as significant, lie says he uiidnrslaml
almost all the new men are hegna.s
and that the Amalgamated men will
not bothaf thaai Secretary Williams
of the A malgainaled said this after
noon no other lalsir organ isal ions
would la askisl for material aid until
the situation becomes such that it is
MTSIKKIOUS AC-EN I or PEACE
home Strong Influence at work lo Pes
vent Shelter' Striae Beginning.
New York, Aug. 7. The on, men ial
Advertiser says this afternoon:
"I'eace may not ho tar away, alter
all. It is learned thai an iiideMUideiit
inlluenee ia at work which may sur
prise everylasly wit I. in the nest few
days. Morgan will not say a word,
but It is ladievrd in some quarters
that he has received important com
munications Horn persons string
enough and independent enough to
hring alsiut a settlement before Shaff
er order to strike takes effect "
THE PBkSCO TIBUP.
5,000 Men in Building opperailons Lose
Work uy Teamsters Strike.
sail Francisco, Aug. 7. Five hood
red land teamsters went out this morn
lug. This slops all excavation aud
foundation work as a result. The tie
up of building onerat ions throw s out ol
work .'"i men within a week. W.
iiortou, a colored non-union teamster,
was shot aud seriously wounded this
morning in an altercation with an tin
known striker. The general situation
PRANCE" MAKI S a bluff
Sendk Warships lo Constantinople lo
Scare Turkish Oo vsi nuieiii.
Paris, Aug. 7. The dispute between
France aud Turkey as to the owner
ship of quays in Coustantinople has
taken a somewhat serious asiajct.
Three French battleships are ordered
to bw held in readiness to make a de
monstration in Turkish waters. It is
expected this demonstration will cause
Turkey to recede from her position
Wanted lo Kidnap kenalor Clark.
Phoenix, Aug. 7. -Senator Clark has
left Jerome, where the copper miners
are ou a strike, on luosuav. It is
rumored today the miners formulated
a plan to kidnap bun
Kitchener Has 111 Health.
London., Aug. 7. - Pans Rinpel, a
newspaper, in a Cape Town dispatch
asserts that den. Kitchener shortly
will return from ling I and on account
of the serious condition of his health.
Revolution Against Plutoeraey.
Loudon, Aug. 7. The evening uews
commenting ou the coal strike aays it
is iu the nature of a revolution against
CANNOT IRACi; STOLHN (HM D
Suspsels Remembered as Seen at Vallslo
Bstore the Robbery.
san rranoleoo, Aug. .'. No trace of
stolen gold has lieen found, and then
are no new developments.
Vallejo, Aug. 7. Two unknown cast
ern men who were hanging around
here during the past I wo weeks disat
Uaaiad the night of the gold roldsTv in
van Francisco. The police believe
thai are the guilty parlies One is
reported to res bla tha daacriptlon ol
Sympathy Tor Bereaved Monareha.
Loudon, ug. J", Tha house .! com
mons loiiay ii mi ii i tin iie l v adopted a
mot inn to present an address of sym
nathy to King Kdward and Kaiser
Wilhelm on the death ol howager
Catholic Temperance Society.
Hartford, Ouaa.i Aug. 7 Pba
thirt) Brat annual convention of th
Catholic I'oial Abstinence Union of
America iqiehnd today ami will contin
ue to Saturday. Large at tendance is
here from all parts of the country.
ASSESSMENT IS PINbHED
UMATILLA lOUNTY PROP
PLACED AT a5.BUO.040.
OLD GLORY WILL
WAVE OVER COLON
A Warship to go to Columbia
to Protect Interests.
REVOLUTION MAKES THIS NECESSARY
Insurnsnis Held up Train on Isthmus and U S
must kp Traltlr opn.
Ihsse Plaures Total fur Assessment Pur
poses and May Be SlishlLy Changed
by Board or Biiuahallon.
The assessment roll ol Umatilla
.' int. has just l e. n liutshed n QoMB
I) Assessor t.eorge Buxan and Ins
numerous deputies Ah ilisMM'tion ol
it will prove interesting I be largest
item in the list is that relating lu
acres oi tillable lands, being placed at
Ii HIM, 170, there Isong fM,V7'i acres
Next on the list comes t'i IN miles ol
railroad id valued at 1117,144, lu
the county there are l.'.tlKl headol
cattle, IHA,iwl7 sheep, 11,716 horana
and mules, IIM aw t lie and two dogs.
The lest named animals belong to K.
i Porter ol Maaehaaii and i r
Me.lernaeh, ol Pendleton. Mr. Porter
values his dog at IIIMI, while Mr
Me.lernaeh put his down lor (Ml
The assessment roll this yea. com
paraa farorably with that ol last, lu
tin- preceding year the gross value
was lt,U'.'7,H-t7. with exempt n.ns at
$4411,840, leaving the net raiaa at 6.
M4,008 The net value oi the taxable
properly Una year as asM-ssed is $.'
000.040. These latter figures will
iirohablv be slightly changed by the
hoard o! equal uat ion which will ajgaal
at the court house on Monday, August
10. In this coniitMtu.il it might he
well l . advise those who think they
have been Q0 highly sssess.sl, and in
tend to seek redress, to do so at the
earliest oiqx.rtiiiilt) It is lielleveil
Ihat ho i haiiges will be made In the
rolls alter limy have once lawn llxed
and the staltuieut sent to Salem so
that Umatilla county may be charged
with her pro rata share ol the state
The llemlxed Tisiemonl.
Fill.. wing are the dill. -renl kinds ot
proper!, assessed, with their values
Aerosol tillable lands, IliU.W.'J, l,
Acres oi non-tillable lauds AKh.lil-i
Improvements on deeded or patented
lands it'J,s,i ,
lown and city lots Hb.tH, .(), 176.
Improvements on town and city lots,
Improvements on lands not deeded or
Milaeol railroad bad, ill. li, H17,
Miles ol telegraph and telephone
lines, Wi.06, I1U.07H
Kollnig stock, tlill,H16.
sieamisiats, saillsiats, ststioiiary
engines and maim lecturing machinery,
Merchaiidiso and stock in trade,
Farming impleuients, wagons, car
nages, etc , tl5U,740.
Money, notes and account.-, i06,4O0.
Shares ol et.H-k, 207'J'y, U,lSf.
Household lurnituru, watches, jew
elry, etc., 4117,070.
Horses and mules, 19,71ft, 1116,116
Cattle, :7,()4, ili,7i3.
sheep, 185,6117, 'J'JH.HOft
i i..gs, i, iito.
swine, iUtt, bii7.
dross value ot all proH)rt , n 11-,
Total value tor pursiaea ol taxation,
Washington, Aug, f, The state de-
I partntanl b- raoMatad laa navy de
partment to .end a ivarship In I',, ho.
00 account ot I Inv retolutmu In Colom
Ida. The gunboat Maehtaa will ia
sent This action is taken oa account
of the holding up ,.( II... trans-Isthm isn
tram bv insurgents, i be I 'liitisl states
tielng Is. on. I bv internal mnal agree
ment la see that traffic on the r..ad -not
Pba purpi.se ol the visit i.f the Ma
cbtas at this time is to keep an eye nu
the situal urn and see that B0 ineri
aaan interests are interfered with.
If, however, the insurrection should
grow so f. . rim. table as t.. get bey nod
the power ol the Colombian govern
t in 1 an I it and result g nter
Pantlon ol American comnierce. a lore
of blue jackets and marines will In
landed It is isissible that Beer- d
uiiral Casev. la I baffe. of the Pacilic
coast station, will be directed to send
a vessel from bis licet i -operate
with the Ma. bias.
twslve Personi Thought to He Dead
Philadelphia, Aug. 7. The most ra
tional estnnat w places the num
ber of dead at about a dozen I be
death list now stands as follows:
Three unidentified colored men, an on
IdanllOad colored child, an unidentifi
ed man. iinrecogi, liable. Scenes in
the neighb. r 1 ! of the accident were
heartreiid ii g t. .I.n Ti e -Ir. ets were
tilled with a dense throng ol negroes
who Iliad the air with their lamenta
tions. Colored women, friends of the
relatives ol the siippuse, I victims, eat
on the curbstone in a pelting rein
moaning and praving. Uawn showed
the full force ol the explosion which
was terrific. Not t house for a square
in mn d tract ton aaeaaad danraga the
property I ins was not oval 0- I . AMI
TIiii territle explosion incurred in a
block of six buildings ill I m ust street,
near Tenth, .ami wrecked tiv of the
structures lb., eiploalan oooarrad
about OilO o'clock last night What
eiphsled and bow it hatqauied Is not
known at this time, hill It Is believed
to have be.ii a barrel of gasoline in
one of the three grocer "lores
STRIKI: MAKliS SMOKiAdli
t enl Advance.
New York, Aug. 7 The atrike at
the tin aiid sheet mills has liegun to
effect the manufacturers of tin aud
enamel wares, as the stuck ol tin plate
end sheet steel used ill this industry is
laiing depleted Che manufacturers'
as-.. ..i tislav i I. need the price of
tin and ena I ware ten per cent. If
the strike be not settled in the near
future it l evpecled a further advance
Will he made
AND REST FOR
Sleep (or Skin Tortured lUbice and
Uaat for Tired Mothore. la
Warm lUth with
And a tingle application ol Cuti
cura Ointment, pureat oi einol
lienta and grcateat oi skin curca,
Thu u the most speedy, perman
ent, and economical treatment ior
torturing, diaiigurmg, itehing,
burning, bleeding, scaly, cruated,
and pimply skin and scalp hu
mours with loss ot hair oi tniants
and children, known.
Mn uuaaoi pauri i laOonuaaa sor,
Sjrtilfl l.) i i in i a nisiassi, loi beauU
(yiug lliu skin, tin i luauslug Uie lealBi Bad
Uiu sPipplug uf falling hah , (or luftOBlBgi
wlilluuliig, ami ...ii . i. red. rough, aud sore
Baads, uiel lor all (In purposes ol Uic kiliet,
uetfa, awl Buraery. MUttuai ol sroassa Bee OP-
in i U4 .-.oai Ii. i m. i i.in,)iuslrrlUUi.u,
InBamiuaUous, xiut i li.ulug., uo Ires or udBic
slve persptrsUou, iu wsahas Joe okrve
wcskueasis.aod fcu ... "1
I urposss whlca readUl Oanaseivee.
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