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MONDAY, JULY 7, 1902.
Our Special Sale on Men's
and Boys' suits will continue
all week. Special reductions-
gp ftil ouiio auiu who n
Buy your new sujt this week
ctuu attvc muiicy cuuugii uu
it to buy you a nice" dress
1 The Fait
1 Where Whole Families Can
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., opp. Court House.
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST
For All Kinds of Building Material,
Art Don't Forget Our Wood duttera
For Barns and Dwellings
BAB IN CONNECTION
IN CENTER OF BLOCK
BET. AJLTA & WEBB BTS
E The Strahon I
Everything New, Clean 3
and first class.
t uooa oeus
and Well 3
kept and Cool Rooms.
Formerly ol the Seipaln
r ; -Bold by JOBK SOBMIOT
The Louvre Saloon
THE NEWS OF TUTUILLA
CHRIS NELSON'S HOUSE
BURNS WITH CONTENT8.
There Is a Bljg Crop of Hay and
There Will Be a Big Crop of Wheat
Wheat Being Contracted for at
50 Cents a Bushel Personal and
Tutullla, July C Joseph Stanabury
and W. T. Lonoy returned today from
Walla Walla, whore thov went to
spend the Fourth.
O. O. Miller, who met with an ac
cident on tho mountain while haul
ing wood a short time ago, being run
over by his own wagon, is recovering
after a few days spent in tho hos
Christopher Schoene Is over from
Jlitter, on ft visit to his sister, Mrs.
G. P. Miller.
nntl Mrs. D. Turner, who ro-
Tuesdav from a trip to
w , ,I r,"ort tho weather
Teel Springs re w
there ana on tne way f
tho most enthusiastic sCr for a
cooler cllmo could wish for.
W. P. Glllosplo, Who Is out from
Susanville for a load of irejgni aim
to spend the Fourth, reports encoun
tering a snow storm between hero
and that burg.
White Daniel Dohertv was cutting
hay one day last week, one of his
colts got In front of the mower and
before the machine could be stopped
the colt was minus a foot.
Everybody at Tutullla Is busy hay
ingmowers, reapers, binders, head
ers running on every side. Peter
West, who is cutting 500 acres for
hay, has two mowers followed by
two rakes, running, and a small army
of men stacking.
TJ. IT. Hoiids has just finished har
vesting his hay crop with a header,
stacking the hay right from the
header, without any time wasted in
This is a new departure in
hay making which will be watched
.Tnsmih Bvnum has finished heading
his Tutullla crop of 80 acres and goes
on Monday to Coombs Canyon, where
he has another SO acres, all tor nay.
niiris Nelson came in from tne
flpiri where he was at work a few
days ago and found his house, with
all the contents, a heap ot asnes.
This' was rather hard luck, but a
very good looking wheat crop rapid
ly approaching maturing, enables him
to bear his loss philosophically.
W. H. Connerly starts narvesung
Monday. Mr. Connerly has a large
barley crop and will be the first to
commence threshing at Tutullla this
M. H. Gillett has sold his stationary
steam thresher to Walter Gillett and.
John Tinkum, and has purchased a
hnrsp.nnwer combined harvester.
About 25 of tho latter variety of ma
chines of the Holtz Bros., uaniei
Tioqt nnri TTaines-Houser makes, have
been sold this year, making nearly
100 now in operation In tins county.
Of this number, the Holtz Bros, side
hill combine is largely in tho lead,
but Messrs. Clowe and Rlgby have
built at Tutuilla, ready for operation
on this year's crop, a new mociei or
a harvester, which is destined to put
the other varieties out of business
in the near future.
A. Kunkle, who has sold a Daniel
Best harvester and Piano-binder to
Light Bros., was a Tutuilla visitor on
Tuesday, seeing tho new machinery
put in motion.
W. P. Temple and a machinery ex
pert sent out by the McCormick Co.
to see that their line of machinery
gives satisfaction, were Tutullla vis
itors last week.
W. Walker, who was up from Stage
Gulch on Saturday, was to have
started heading in that locality last
week, but was delayed by tho rain.
He will commence on Monday. Mr.
Telephone Main 106.
No Sediment to Foul
No Disease Germs to
Endanger Your Health
VAN ORSDALL & ROSS
Walker has recently returned from
a trip to Alberta, where he went in
search of a now location. His trip
took him 400 miles north of tho, in
ternational boundary, where there is
lots of good farming and stock coun
try yet awaiting tho settler.
While Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schoene
who were recently over from Rltter,
were returning home, their wagon
was upset on the Yellow Jacket
grade and Mrs. Schoeno was so badly
injured that she had to remain eight
days at a mining camp before being
able to completo her journey.
William Gillett is getting his
thresher ready for tho season's run,
which promises to bo a good one,
and, whllo ho is resting, spends his
time putting in sets of spools for
which he is agent, for other thresh
ers. These spools aro used to bring
tho grain from the stack to tho ma
chine and do away with the work of
four horses and one man. The en
gine which runs the thresher also
runs tho spools. They are also used
by fishermen on the Columbia to
drag tho nets ashore. Mr. Gillett has
put in several sets near Astoria tills
nnh Hamilton was up from the
John Day country last week, with a
band of work horses, which he has
disposed of and wont back for more,
niiarloa Walkor. who will tend sep
arator on Guseman Bros. ?,oam com
bine, is a Tutullla visitor at present.
Mr. and Mrs. James Shockley aro
taking an outing before harvest at
George Caso was over irom ouiu
Springs last week rustling men for
haying. George is the nappy pos
sessor of a recent addition to his
family in the shape of an eight-pound
A part of the 1902 wheat crop has
been contracted for by a Pendleton
buyer for 50 cents a bushel.
nirlllintlon by Chemistry."
It might be said that the civilization
of n poimtrv is measured by Its con
sumption of sulphuric acid, a chemical
m-oduct which Is at the bottom or ai
most every Industry. Chemistry is re
Rnonslble for the existence of all explo
sives. In this last respect, so far as
usefulness for war Is concerned, it
might bo deemed destructive, but In its
nrofliiction of fertilizers It is creative
and in Its manufacture of medicines it
is preservative of human life. Chemis
try has mado It practicable to produce
a pure quality of gas for illuminating
purposes. There would be no good Inks
if it wore not for chemical science.
Where would photography be but for
chemistry, upon which the whole art
The whole leather industry depends
upon chemistry, for tanning Is a chem
leal process. Mineral oils, such as kero
Rpnn. nre mirifled by chemical means
and t,he same may be said of vegetablo
oils and of all the pigments employed
for painting. Many kinds of foods aro
preserved by the help of salicylic acid
and other chemicals, which are not
harmful when used In very small quan
titles. Saturday Evening Post.
Not Worried by the Leak.
Strange replies are often received by
wives who wake their husbands for
burglars, leaky water pipes, etc., In
the early morning. Mrs. C, wife of a
certain government official in Balti
more, is decidedly nervous and has fre
quently "heard things." One morning
she thought she smelled gas. Bravery
enme to her mysteriously, and sne
.crept down stairs to Investigate. After
smelling about for some minutes she
rushed up stairs, called Mr. C, then
shook him and at last aroused him.
Then this was heard:
"John, there's a leak in the gasDlDfl
in the kitchen. We'll all die if it 1b not
Leaks bad been heard of before, and
Mr. O. sleepily asked:
"Is it n-lenklncr much now?"
"Not much!" screamed his wife. And
then as Mr. C. turned over this sooth
Inc advice wns given:
"Put a bucket under it and come to
bed:" Baltimore Sun.
Hot Bnnngh Sheep,
It Is said that there are 42,000,000
eheep In the United States, or one to
each forty-flvef acres, not including
Alaska, in ureat untain they uavo
ono to each three acres, In France one
for each nine acres and in Germany
one to each eleven acres. If wo had
sheep lu proportion to Great Britain,
or fifteen times as many as wo now
have, there would bo no necessity of
Importing wool, and we should have
mutton to export as well as beef. And
yet wo think there are but few farms
that could not easily carry from four
to six sheep for every head of cows
they have and that would largely in
crease the number, and not only that.
but the sheep would so much Improve
tne productiveness of tho land as to
won doublo tho amount of nniinuls it
would support now. American Culti
vator Sale Flouring Mill Plant.
Sealed proposals for tho purchase
of the Athena Flouring 'Mill Com
pany's plant, .at Athena, Umatilla
County, Oregon, will bo received by
the undersigned trusteo In bankrupt
cy of said Milling Company, to and
Including July JlOth, 1902, at Athena,
Oregon. Tho right to reject any and
all bids reserved.
O. Q. CHAMBERLAIN, Trustee
" W t,I .
JVo. 85. Uliomliold.
Across: 1. Witchcraft. 2. A bird al
lied to the parrots. 3. An early spring
bird. 4. Pertaining to the nose. 5. Ac
cording to law.
Down: 1. A letter. 2. A verb. .3.
One-linlf of garden. 4. Pour letters
from Iconoclast. 5. A Junto. 0. Sage.
7. A small horse. 8. An exclamation.
0. A letter.
Jio. SO A Well Known Saying.
What well known saying does the
picture express? New York Journal.
No. 87. Nnmlier Pnszle.
A farmer rented a field and agreed
to give the owner two-fifths of the crop
of wheat which he proposed to raise
thereon. When tho division was about
to be made, the farmer was accused of
haying surreptitiously disposed of 100
bushels of the wheat. He pleaded
guilty and offered to make reparation
by giving his landlord forty bushels
from the crop to replace his share of
tho missing 100 bushels, after which
the division of the rest of the wheat
would bo made according to the origi
nal agreement Was this plan doing
full Justice to both farmer and land
lord or would either party gain or lose,
and how much?
No. 88 SUaalnR IUiymea.
"It" is. a word which rhymes with
Is it to tremble? It Is not .
Is it to harden by heat or by cold?
It Is not .
Is it to quench? It Is not .
Is It a gardener's utensil? It is
Is It o thin, slicelike layer of any
thing? It is not . 7
Is It part of a bicycle? It Is not .
Is It a certain pigment? It Is not ,
Is It an Irish feast? Yes, It is
No. 80 Doable Diagonal.
The diagonals spell the secret of sue
cess at school.
Crosswords; 1. To listen. 2. A fresh
water llsli. 3. Part of an apple. 4. A
division of a hospital.
No. 00. Diamond Pendant.
The diamond is outlined by four
words of three letters each. It is sus
pended from a curve of seven letters
meaning an ornament.
Diamond: 1. To seize suddenly. 2. .A
curse or denunciation. 3. The point of
a useful small article. 4. An inclosed
space which serves as n receptacle.
No. 1)1. I'oiiea.
The pose of one who changes places.
The pose of the person who lays a
burden upon another.
The pose of the orderly girl.
Key to the Pnsaler.
No. 70. Metngrams: I. 1. Page. 2.
Huge. 3. Wage. 4. Gage. 5. Sage. 0.
Cage. II. 1. Part. 2. Cart. 3. Wart.
4. Tart. 5. Mart. 0. Dart 7. Hart.
No. 77. Charade: Seer-eaBe, Ceres,
No. 78. Central Acrostic: Queen Vic
toria. Crosswords 1. Toque. 2. Brute.
8. Fleas. 4. Speed. 5. Bends. 0. River.
7. Spine. 8. Picks. 0. Wntch. 10.
Close. 11. Arrow. 12. Price. 13.
No. 79. Characteristic Initials: 1.
Little Dorrlt 2. Mark Tapley. 3. Mar
tin Chuzzlewlt. 4. Bella Wllfer. D.
Bradley Headstone. 0. Eugene Wray
burn. 7. Samuel Weller. 8. Joe Bag
stock. 0. Edmund Sparkler. 10. Cap
tain Cuttle. 11. Bill Bikes. 12. Oliver
Twist. 13. Paul Dombey. 14. Nicholas
Nlckleby. 15. David Copperfleld.
No. 80. An Aquarium:
211 A K B6
Blr' B K A ISM
58 ' O
10A D Kll
9L I N .180 S4
IF . ..
No. 81. Illustrated Proverb: Still wa
ters run deep.
No. 82. Crossword: Compass.
No. 83. Word Squares: I. 1. Dime.
2. Idea. 3. Melt 4. Eats. JI.-l.
Aspen. 2. Spire. 8. Pikes. 4. Erect.
6. Nests. III. 1. Level ,2. Exile. 8.
Villa. 4. Ellen. C. Leant.
No, 84.-Itlddlea: 1. Pencil. 2. iBlot
ter. 3. Hairpin. 4. Scissors. B. Spoon.
When a young man went to a neigh
bor's dairy to see his sweetheart, who
had charge of the institution, and ask
ed timidly of the man, "How is- tne
milkmaid ?" tho old man angrily slam,
ined the door in his face.'saylng. "Our
milk Isn't mado; it's jgot ;fr'om tho
No Healsnjitlon For Him.
Friend Well, I iliopo you met your
defeat with resignation.
Wnlltlnlnn Mn imnn llfnt I'd bfl
there yet if It depended on tne! Itwa
wo goou a Job to resign I nan tbucj
"Ho proposed to her as. Joke."
"Well, she accented 'him. He do
not regard himself as a 'humorist any
more." Brooklyn Life.
Usually when a mnn starts on tlx
'downward ,riti(l jtha ,uraVajrefnaa tiJ
twork. Chicago News. fiK
should it rustsyou i n
new piece or Your !; . N
. We have
task's tinware; 0 YJnt7;i
Garden Ho TA
Let Us Savo You g0i:i
Complete Hotfsc j?
llt- r n.. .... . .
ne oec uur finish -ft
on the shiris of a large prcpaftij
tho male population of Peudlsk1-
is much preferred owing toitad
superiority. We do up skirt
and culls in Al style-to id
That's our specialty, and Wrei
at the business. Hence out liigei
high class patronage. Send b j
laundry. We'll do the ori:i
neatness and dispatch, fenkj
beat. Charges right.
THE DOMESTIC till
J. F. Eobinson, Prop.
The celebrated "Bioxhi!
locatad in the .Blue MosafwH
the Umatilla River; ceBjkMj
furniture, fixtures, suges
Absolute control of fireinilMM
trout.fishing stream uuKtg!"!
11 Rn nrre tract .indttdl;
rrrAlltlflQ with water pmiltpt,,l'
o oa fiesirednaakuw i
farm, controlling big nap. ?
iMV. Call on or adore ! 5sj
Will Sell Vou A
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