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The superioiily of our clothing
is apparent at out glance into
our window. The coloring, the
bhnpe the style in every t-uit
shows gmee usually to be found
only in the best custom tailored
clothing. Then the avi-g htre
is from2.60 to $5J 0 what you
would pay in other stores.
Men's All "Wool Suits, wor
steds, tweeds and cheviots
$11 00 $12.00 $15.00
Coats and Pants
$5.00 and $ti.00
Coat and Vest, for summer,
all sizes . . . $4.00 to $7.00
Coats only $1.00 to $3.00
Bjler & Daley
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS
THE DOES EC HOW
TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1902.
Wood. Condon; Miss Grace Lindsey,
The Mexican government has ad
mitted 5,000.000 ounces of United
States silver into that country duty j Boise; D. M. Arnold and wife, Chey
free for the coinage of Mexican dol-.ene; Ed Blackburn, Baker Citr;
lars. Chas. Sftein, E. C. Kleiner, J. T. Lain-
The report comes from India thatibe5th- Chicago; Richard Murr, Chl
the eruption of Mt. Pelee has deflect- ca; H- Harris and wife, Milton;
the regular monsoon 1000 miles west-(F- J- Ginser, E. C. Skiles, Spokane;
ward and that in consequence of the.G- H- Alams, Adams; G. W. Hunt,
failure of the rains much suffering i Echo; R waggart and wife,
-will ensue as the crops will be prac- Sumpter; C. L. Cox, Alamo; W.
ticallv a failure. iHoltz, Xew York; H. V. Carpenter,
j. x. .uamDircn. city: u. w. wnnams
completely heat out they were I gave
up and came home. 1
"With the new dogs from Ellens-1
burg and Tacoma. the Increased
posse after the men, who are now 1
entirely tired out from the chase, and ,
the much more favorable territory
fcr the pursuers through which the,
shase is now going, I think the con-;
victs will be run to earth very short
ly. Some of the new men who are
golnfi' In'-o the chne are stayers and
experienced men at such work.
'The hounus were not having their
first experience in hunting men when
they went out after Tracy and Mer
rill as at Walla Walla we take them,
out on such hunts about six days a
week. One of the men, usually a
trusty is started out and given sev-,
eral hours start of the hounds, who
are then turned loose and work in a:
pack uutil they run the man down.
These runs usually extend from six,
to IS miles.
"The dogs are not worked in lensh'
while on the trail, but are turned
loose and guided by means of a horn1
which I carry. No matter how hot
the trail the older of the two dogs I
have with we will stop and either
wait until I come up or return to me;
the younger one sometimes gets ex
cited and goes on a ways, hut soon
"Both dogs are pure bred blood
' ne renaieton. breeds. The nlrter nno is an Rnnlish
C. C. Hunt, M. L. Gibson, Nyassa: I blood hound, white the vmincer ram?
A. A. Itearden, J. L. Stonewell, J. C. from Texas."
Lindsey, J, F. Powers, F. E. Ramsey, j The dogs' are about as much like
Henry North, G. S. Youngman, E. B.the regulation Uncle Tom's Cabin
Coman, Portland; TV. G. Blatt and i blood hound as an ordinarv house cat
wite, Detroit; A. Peters. San Francis-j is like a lynx. They are mild and
CO; Roy Moore, Marshfield; J. F. i ueacahle Innklnsr animals hlnnk anil
Fourth of July Excursion Rates.
The O. JL & N. Company has made
an excursion rate of one and one
third fare for round trips between
all stations on Its system, not to ex
ceed 200 miles apart, for Foutth of
Julv excursions. Tickets will he soid
at these rates on July 3 and 4 and are
eon. returning until July 6.
Ping Pong Punch
F. W. Schmidt & Co.,
I 1 I
Worth $10 to $12
Major Ira Shaler died at the Pres-!
hyterian hospital in New York, Sun
day, as a result of injuries received
in the Rapid Transit subway, June
17, -when a large rock which had
been loosened by a blast fell on him
and broke his neck.
Mrs. Ignanzi Gerardl, worried over
the non-receipt of news from her two
sons who were in Alaskan waters on
and -wife, Miss Starrett.
a sailinr vessel, noured kerosene
over her clothes at the familv home Athena; J. H. Edwards, J.
at San Francisco Saturdav. and Gee. John Holt, Heppner; C.
The Golden Rule.
T. A. Brassfield and wife. Echo; C.
E. Hough, C. L. Downer, A. W. Da
vis, W. R. McRoberts, H. L. Probst,
Spokane; W M. Pointer and wife,
Colfax; Mrs. J. B. Taylor, Oleta; C.
Cunningham, P. E. Klise, Portland;H. ,
P. Williams. Starbuck: Jas. Smith.!
fawn colored, with long drooping
ears and short, rather bowed less.
They are very friendly in disposition
and would hardly be suspected by the
average observer of the terrible fe
rocity with which they are usually
credited. They look thin and worn
from their arduous work of the past
few weeks and their noses and ears
are badly scratched and their sides
show evidences of the hard nature of
the country through which they have
fGood enoogfi I
or asp ray!
yLL Havana Filler
SHERIFF JOHN MARSH.
burned herself to death. eron. Moscow; Mrs. Proebstel, Wes-
The deficit in the German budget onUi J- Ha"' a,m: ICj:Ho!r'
for the year 1901 is officiallv announc 'csy- C' E- rrsan and wife.
ed to be 40.000 marks. The railway ; u' CasPj
revenue in particular has fallen off.f H , ..
It is stated that the prospects for ' 8 Thl6'
190. ar not bright : ilPrroacrAQ nro .. We offer ne Hundred Dollars Ileward
iau are not ungnt, as decreases are lor any case of Catarrh tnat cannot
expected in the matricular celebra- cared by Hall's Catarh Cure.
t J. t'Hi:.M:y & CO., Toledo, O
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the past 15 years, and believe
him to be perfectly honorable In all busi
ness transactions and financially able to
tions, as well as the railway receipts
According to official reports there
have been in Manila up to date 174u
cases of cholera and li.85 deaths
Talks About Tracy and Merrilll, the
Sheriff John Marsh, of Victoria,
passed through Pendleton Monday
evening on his way to Walla Walla
with Frank Doran, who was bein
taken to the Washington state neni-
tentiary to serve a year for assault'
with intent to rob. Doran went into
a saloon in Victoria several weeks
ago and bummed a drink of the bar
tender. Then he went outside and,'
waited for the bartender to step out
and Dorau assaulted him, knocking1
him down, and had it not been for
the timely appearance of a friend
the bartender would have been badly
hurt and lost his money. Dorcn is !
a uesperate looKing character. fl
While the East Oregonian represen',y
from the disease. The same reports Jt ligations made by their , tat!ve wag talklng to Sherift. Marsu;
for the provinces
and 7038 deaths.
snow S444 cases
WEST & TKUAX. Whoifwai. ni-tt ' about the escaped convicts. Tracv and 1
Toledo, O. I Merrill Dnran somi1 vnn- miml, .
u .11 iiivn riwiv . .......... i
have been 2000 deaths from cholera . Wholesale Drusglsts, Toledo O teresteu ana asneu auout tne man
in the provinces, of which it has been, Hall's Catarrh Core Is taken ' Internally, j wno escaped from the Walla Walla
impossible to get records. ' wLdlT:Hy npo? .IoK! and n0 penltentiarj- a week ago Sunday.
Jesse Jam- hodr hfnh hoc h, ' Me. JSk.1?,! 1 He asked how the man made his
hurled for 20 years in the dooryard . D p,,, .. . .
of the old James homestead, near I a"" Fam"y are
Excelsior Springs, Mo., was disin
terred Sunday and buried in the cem
DOCTOR OF DIVINITY.
cmi ul iwnvuvy. jiu,. uesiue ine i nis ucrrfc nnnf.rn, n
uuuiub ui mo laiucr auu wuc. Jirs. Forbes fav F-itforr.
Zeralda Samuels, mother of Jesse . S by Eastern College.
James; Frank James, his brother, L. sreat, s"rnrlse was given Pror.
anrt .To?o t,a hio o orbes, of Pendleton Academv - this
and daughter, attended the ceremony, corning, when Rev. Roht. Diven, of capture of the
ww i nnuj iuu uiiureu, lniormeu
him that because of his fidelity to the
cause oi nicher education rtfanlnv,i
tt.,oi, ...r1? ,his work in Pendleton, and his
rvrrvr;,: ::riu orthodox Chris-
:rr c ",r. "a'."anIr out Ms ministry, the
, ..u.cuuj ,u- nonorarj' degree of doctor of divinitv
sane whllf. on tha ahnnn rana - . " . ' ul ul 1U,-J
" , " ; ' '""b"' comerrea upon him on June 24th
Miss Stratton, the 20 year old t by the trustees of Grove City Col-
uuuBuier ui jir. anu jars. iorace t . lege, Pennsylvania.
fatratton, of Seattle, was run over byl In his
tuts turn uuu Kjueu aione v-'itn two rornes ior this hnnnr ninn
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
recommendation of Prof.
other girls a few days ago at Kent,
20 miles north of Seattle. She -was
born In Eugene, where her jarcns
resided for several years.
Mount Tabor School District. No
was heartily supported by "Reverends
McClelland, of the North Preshvtnr.
ian church, of Portland, Bleakney, of
Elgin, and Elder, of Moro; all alumni
or the same institution: and in
5, will refund next month 33,000 0f.SranunS their petition their alma
the school bonds. Of the outstanding mater hfghly honored the netitlonera.
bonds $4,000 falls due next month,lfor tnIs the first time this strong
and It Is proposed to pay off $1,0001 and very conservative institution
and refund $3,000. It Is proposed to , flas conferred such honor upon one
offer the bonds to residents of the . wlln "Whom no member of the board
district according to the provisions' was personally acquainted
of- the new law. There was no diffi
culty last year In refunding $6,000
of the district's bonds. The bonds
will be offered at 4 per cent.
dood progress has been made to--ward
restoring the east end of Mad
ison street bridge, Portland, recently
uesiroyeu Dy nre.
TO oJRE ANY DISEASE.
The Cause May be Removed, Same
Way With Dandruff.
Kill the germ that causes dan-
Idruff, falling hair and baldness, von
Piles were driven will have no dandruff nmi vnn-
for trestles to take the place of the! will grow luxuriantly. Herpiclde
first span next to the approach and not only contalnn tho .inn,in,ff
the debris of the two wrecked spans! hut it la also .a jnost delightful hair
'nave been cleared out of the war.
False work will be built for the sec
ond -span. It will not be very long
uressjng ior regular toilet use. No
other hair .preparation is ion this
scientific basis of destrovine- tha
oorore communication can be re- dandruff eerm timn N'nu'im. uu.ni
stored over the bridge, at least so clde.
that footmen may be permitted to I
u It. j Men's hatB for harvest. Teutsch'a.
escape and wanted full details. He
is evidently thinking of the possibll-jt
ity of getting the same chance. i
Sheriff Marsh was one of the lead
ers in the hunt for Tracy and Merrill
after they crossed Into the Washing
ton side and In speaking of the man
hunt he said the work was carried
on in the best possible way for the
thugs. He nraised
the work of the posse, and especially!
that of Guard Carson, from Walla
Walla, who was in charge of the blood
hounds. He said Carson knew no
fear and would venture anywhere
with the dogs, regardless of danger
fo himself. Sheriff Marsh said he
did not think the murders and ex
convicts would be taken unless it
was by some determined individual
who simply stayed on their trail until
they were run down.
D sntL -tr C-f-Vv
uan always oe uaa at rauisft
lauy oeiween treasons, uai
unes uave vet maDV noe iou
lllif. Mill WM niUHIIUHKKMiHlUff
fnr full wirifl ntr la f lift lm it
ciiean. Kemnanu irom iu w
leas than cost
75c Carpets now
50o Carpets now
35c to 40c Carpets now.,
Trv the Vif.tni PnrchShKK:
thing this hot weather.
9 U BnC K B I I
" FLORODORA " SANDS an
of same value as lags from
" STAR," " H0R3S SHOE,'
SPEA RHEA D,""STA tlDA RD HA vr,"
' OLD PEACH & HONEY,"
" SA WLOC," " OLE VARGICIY"
or "MASTER WORKMAN" Tobacco.
Asbestos Sad Itons
Easiest to use and most convenient; detachable handls -Guaranteed
to be free from defects, and kept in repair'
i ! . l . . n fT11 nnmftl32li
" l""J .....
look at them.
McReynold's creamery butter
sale In all stores. Ask for it.
flakes the Hair grow. Clean
the CompIexioH. Softens and
whitens the Haads, Preserves
and beautifies the skin of In
ftMtlv. Cnrmtti hi.l, ?T V
S.T Briu'h df"" Ktr. Vomit.
Wall w Picture
t SO COURT STREET
m m i m ! m m m m i m w i m m v j .
that will save you money on your ice bill
-ri.AMA l in llllflfttlt
. tjvcPS' Fl
" " "floU"
It is the finest grade it is possible to make.
. .. . nvus
Dut toe choicest wneat enters
satisfaction is the result whererever it is use
or fancy baking.
W. S. Byers, Prof
For Health, Strength and
Polydore Moens, Proprietor.