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TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1902.
THE GOUXONDA MINE.
Reports rFom the Superintendent
Are Exceedingly Favorable.
Recent reports from those in charge
of the Golconda mine, near Sumpter,
Indicate that the fortunate purchas
ers of that property have been about
. as successful as were those who de
veloped and recently sold the Concord
mino at such a handsome figure.
Superintendent M'elkle, of the Gol
conda mine, who was for a long time
in charge of the Red Boy mine, being
considered one of the best and most
competent mining operators in the
Sumpter district, 'reports to the own
ers of the Golconda that he has fin
lshed cleaning out all of the old
workings iu the mine and he has
disclosed high grade ore iu the drifts
at several points.
At one place he finds threo feet of
ore that averages more than $70 to
the ton at ai least two other places
there is ore that will yield over ?B0
to the ton. Mr. Alieklo expresses
himself as confident that he will bo
nblo to open up high grade ore at
threo or more different points in the
workings. It will require only a few
leet of such ore as was taken out by
the lingllsnes, the former owners
to then put the Golconda among the
million dollar mines, and of Mr. Mie-
KIo's expectations are reached it will
be yielding dividends inside of six
months, if not sooner.
There is some of the treasury stock
or tnis mine for sale at 10 cents a
share, tho money from the sale of It
being used for tho present operation
of tho mine. But only ?20,000 worth
or it is to be sold at this figure, as
.that is considered ample to put the
mine on a paying basis. There are
quite a number in Pendleton who
have invested In the stock at this fig
ure and within a few days all of it
will have been sold, so James A How
ard, secretary of the Golconda com
Improvement on the W. & C. R. R.
Joseph McCabe, of Walla Walla,
vice-prosiaeni and general manager
of the w. & C. It. railroad, has been
In tho city two days, after an official
inspection of the "high lino" froiu
Hunt's Junction to Pendleton. Mr-
UlcCabe was accompanied on the trip
by J. G. Cutler, civil engineer and
treasurer of the road, who returned
to Walla Walla yesterday. This morn
ing Mr. McCabe entertained several
friends In his private car on Webb
street, and will leave for homo this
evening. The two officials stated
that a number of inprovoments were
contemplated for the road, among
which is tho painting of all ware
houses and company buildings on the
entire system. This big undertaking,
which will take about 13 months, has
already been started by a crew of
four men who have a "paint car" and
will -live in it the entire year, as they
travel from point to point. John
Lambert, of Walla Walla, Is fore
man. At Wallula, connections with
the O. R. & N has just been resumed,
after an Interruption of six months.
Wields a Sharp Ax.
Millions marvel at the multitude of
maladies cut off by Dr. King's Netv
Life Pills the most distressing, too.
Stomach, Liver and Bowel troubles
Dyspepsia, Lost, of Appetite, Jaundice,
Billiousness, Fever, Malaria, all fall
before these wonder workers. 25c
at Tallman & Co's drug store.
Dr. G. W. Tape is in town from his
sanitarium at Hot Lake,
Master Harold Warner Is confined
to his home with a severe cold.
Mts. F. F. Wamsley has returned
from a visit of several days to Port
land. C. W. Pearson, of Starbuck, Wash.,
is the guest of R. C. Ward during the
S. B. Cahle'rhead, general passenger
and freight agent for the Washington
& Columbia River railroad, was In
Mrs. R. V. Hutchlns came down
from Pomeroy Monday morning and
will spend tho week here with hus
band and friends.
Mrs. Mary Kester and Mrs. C. H.
Seeley, arrived Monday morning
from "Pomeroy, and are the guests of
their sister, Mrs. Louisa Kees.
D. Howdyshell and daughter, Miss
Bdlle, were in town Monday from
their ranch, 10 miles northwest of
Pendleton, taking in the log-rolling.
Hrs. Ida Emllcott is here from her
home at Portland visiting relatives
.mul friends and attending the Wood
men jubilee. She will remain a weelt
R. C. Judson, industrial agent for
flie Harrlmnn lines, is in town look
ing after the interests of the Here
ford stock sale that is to be here to
morrow. Dr. N. G. Blalock, of Walla Walla,
one of the pioneers of the Inland Era
pile, is registered at the Hotel St.
George. He came over to see the
stents at the log rolling.
JL M. Morris is in Pendleton from
his "stamping grounds," in Iflalio, en
rauto to S&n Francisco, where hie
family make Its home. He will re
main in that city for several weeks.
J. P. Ford, '.formerly one of yendle
Pomeroy, Wash., Is in town attend
ing the log-rolling and shaking Jiands
with his many friends.
Mathles Japston. John K. Mac-Gill
very and Chas. GeJss, all subjects of
the King of Grtfat Britain, have re
nounced their allegiance to Britain's
ruler and declared their intention of
becoming American citizens.
C. W. James, recorded of Baker
county, and one of the f.egents of the
state normal at Weston, -was In town
Monday on his way home from a visit
to the school. Mr. James says that
ho found everything in the very best
condition at the school and there is
no ground for complaint from any
.Stra"B!.,tl.,"i8tn les. A well known
Kent'e once tr the f row-
wo lays after the harness was used
on it It lifted sixty pounds. On the
nineteenth day it lifted 5,000 pounds
The s ed of the globe turnip s about
J twentieth part of an Inch dta n
etcr, and yet In the course of a few
eier. will be enlarged by
n ,i tho a r Into 2,000,uou
",....nni hulk, nnd this iu d.
Oiaon S a buh of leaves. It has
been found by experiment that a turnip
S 3 under fair conditions Incre-nse
Its own weight fifteen times
rp.,,ir,a m-nwlnc In peat ground
have heen foond to increase more than
15,000 times the weight of their seed
in a day.
Tho Lout -Smile.
Ix)St-a merry, good ;mornlnp,.s'"i;,0
With a cunning dimple on either siao
Of coaxing lips that are P"le?11e'
Showing nall rowa of teeth, like pearls.
It hasn't 'been missed but a llttta whllo
.And matches n pah- of hazel eyes,
Clouded now like the summer skies
Ami n moD of tanrrle-y, flaxen curls.
It was lost In tbo nursery this morning,
Dorothy, fresh and rosy frora sleep,
Looked out and -flaw the troublesome rain
Beating Its greeting against the pane,
Bathing the blossoms and bending tne
And-wo'ul'd you believe it-thero and then,
She, like the skies, began to -weep!
If vou Jlnd It. don't put it on a shelf,
Where .Sunday :bonnots and manners ore
nut hriiitr it nt once to Nursery row,
For mother and brother both miss It so.
Iass"CUS"o three persons
wny coiiii.--- expenditure
wUtcb Has cll30vffo tSe building
of $000,000 annually for tu
raalntenan" - ,noro
state roads, aim - ,mlt nt an
than 300 iu lea u""m,Io. These
average cost of $9,000 perm
roads or amw. " . this,
Ftnte roads ln thlB
the beat roaua in
miles of etnte roads in oue county
's htimiipse men but now In tlie And you shall receive a rlchreward,
s DUBinese men, dui no in uil j Ju 0WXJ sweet BolfI
dware and implement business at j Mary c Bcftiinson In Youth's Com-
Rooms in the Eart Oregonian build
ing Jor rent. Steam heated, hot and
cold water and '-ath room in conneC'
Gencr! Butler on Oood
in an address at the Interstate good
..onMnn held n Columbia, S.
ti nnnnrnl Butler strongly ad-
" ..a nnnronrintlons for
VOCaieu imii"" !---.
-,ii.-in Ho believed that if the
government could make appropriations
7. -Hvprs nnd harbors, build tho Nlca-
ragunn canal and give land grants to
assist railroads thcu it wns proper and
right for it to make appropriations for
Improving the common highways. Gov
ernor Candler of Georgia thoroughly
indorsed the good roads movement.
Road Improvement, he said, was one
matter which did not receive adequate
uttPiitlon. It was a question which
was coming to the front and must be
VWhavc a nice line
of souvenir china
all Pendleton scenes
that will be a pleas
ing reminder of your
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secure free, a beautiful Nickel
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Intnrnatinnal Ennvn nnuri n tit-n
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Money to Jnpn at lowest rates on
town or country property. J. R. Dick
son, East Oregonian building.
OUR STATIONERY I
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if you select from our special
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THE LEADING DRUGGISTS AND
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"I have found that advertia-
Ing in tjjis East Oregonian
pays," said" p. g, Tarbet, of
the firm of iSPP.ett a Tarbet,
proprietors of "The Fair," .0
a representative of the East
Oregonian. "The big adver- ft
tisement we had in the dally ft
a week ago was the means of ft
our store having one of the big-
gest sales and largest crowds
wo novo nan since we nave
been In business here. The
special sale where we gave
soeclal low Drlces. we adver-
and feel that It should be niven
due credit for bringing us the
large business. I have not
been a big advertiser, but am
now convinced that money
apent judiciously In afavertis-
ing Is a good investment, if ft
placed In the rinht mediums: ft
those that the people depend ft
upon for news."
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JUST IN TIME
FOR LOG ROLLING
Borne of the CrncKteM That Are Per
Iietruted In Vivisection.
A certain Dr. Casten, wishing to
study tho effect of massage upon dis
locations, deliberately dislocated the
limbs of numerous dogs, says Henry
C. Merwln in The Atlantic. He pub
lished an account of all these experi
ments, and the following is a fair ex
ample of them: "Experiment C. Poo
dle dog replaced on the table
.without chloral. I dislocate his two
shoulders. The animal utters screams
of suffering'. I hold him for twenty
minutes with lite two shoulders dislo
cated nnd the elbows 'PU together be
hind his back ,"
"Dr. Majendle,'' relates Dr. Elliston,
"ln one of his barbarous experiments
which, I nm ashamed to say, I wit
nessed, began by cutting out a large
round piece from the back of a beauti
ful little puppy.''
Majendle may have been by nature a
brutal man, but even he would hardly
have done that when he was young in
vivisection, In this country we
are not quite so cruel as the French or
Italians, but we are more cruel than
the English, more cruel perh
Also Some Very Pretty
For Children in Red,
Blae and Fancy lops,
f with Stmset Eyelets.
ST. JOE STORE,
Out Special Woodcraft Sale. . .
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, April J9-2J-22
iooo yards fine ginghams, worth 20c, sale price i2c
1000 yards dress ginghams, worth I5c,sale price ioc
1000 yards check ginghams, jworth 6c, sale price 3c
1000 yards fine LL cotton, worth 7c, sale price 5c
4 yard patterns wash silk, worth $2.50, sale price $1.60
The prettiest line of Dress Goods in the City. The nobbiest
line of Men's Shirts in Pendleton. "VVe are giving away abso
lutely free,' a fine Hat with every suit of clothes. We shall of
fer some great bargains during this sale. Remember the larg
est stock to selecc from and prices always guaranteed the low
est. THE LYONS MERCANTILE CO.
A WOMAN'S KNACK . .
For doing things right and putting correot
. styles and snap into Millinery is found in
every one of our Productions.
Home experiments 1
on do8i Wni nrjt 1 1
r dcrlblnB tb'jm f
' ntlort thC "British
4 4 4
O. P. Ford's celebrated Shoes '
arrived. Special atl- for Ladies have' just
Women of Woodcr- .ntion given to visiting
fitted witv jn made happy by Wmg perfectly
, shoes that combine style nd wear.
lib.- vu nD account of some experiments
nth nK hn rvn 1
nuivu uitiuu Upon
suock tue reader by
fill1 P Utn
xr,iii t " vatlort th British
"It is a record f NoY. 15, 1891, said,
the stupluV . ot the Woc wanton aud
seen chr' st Ctuety we have ever
entiflr .jntaVed under tho guise of scl
Story ot a French CAt.
This cat story- comes from Pont Bte.
Mnsenco (Olse), nnd for such a small
nlnce it 1b an extremely tall. tale, says
the Paris Messenger. It would appear
tlmt n resident in tho place, who ib an
enthusiastic angler, used to keep live
bait in a small tank on his premises:
The angler also bad a cat who natu-
rnllv wns fond of fish, raw or coouea.
This being so, his owner covered bU
tank with wire netting to Keep puaay
nut of temntatlon.
But the cat knew a trtCK or iwo una
went to tho nearest refuse heap for
some fowl clbleta which were provi-
ilontlallv lvine there. These Bhe took
to the tank, let them hang Into tbe wa
ter from the netting and began tuning
on her own account When w Ban
nibbled at the bait, puaa would catch it
with a nimble clawl Tbe angler, bo-
tlelne the trick; threw the bait away,
but half an hour later paaa waa ai u
We hardly knew wmcb t aaaiire
moat, the eat'a iacenmlty er .that c the
l l PIG
Seeing is believing
M. A. RADER.
Lee's U. S
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AN ADLET IN THE CLASSIFIED w Kfe lor Milch cows. Poultry loodB anu .
these ?xz wnu orcMmmd
Main and Webb Streets
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