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Don't Let Your Feet
Hot weather generally causes painful feet
unless you take the precaution to have pro
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MONDAY, JULY 7, 1902.
MEDICOS AT HOT LAKE
WILL MEET THERE ON
THE 16TH INSTANT,
East Oregon District Medical As
sociation Has Issued its program
for Annual Meeting.
The East Oregon District Medical
Association has issued its program
for Its meeting at Hot Lake, Wednes
day, July 16. This is expected to be
one of the largest medical meetings
ever held in Eastern Oregon. A doz
en or more prominent physicians are
coming from Portland and quite a
number are expected from other
points outside the territory repre
sented by the association. The pro
gram is as follows:
Morning session, beginning at 10
o'clock Dr. C. J. Smith, Pendleton,
paper on "Medicine as a Career;
Discussion Dr. J. A. Best, Weston,
and Dr. E. E. Ferguson, The Dalles
Dr. L. T. Brock, of Sumpter, paper
on "The Undeveloped Uterus in the
"Discussion Dr. A. K. Higgs, of
Heppner, and Dr. N. Molitor, of La
Dr. W. T. Phy, of Baker City, pa
per on "Infected Wounds.".
Discussion Dr. M. K. Hall, La
Grande, and Dr. M. M. Dittebrand,
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Afternoon, Business session of the
Dr. J. F. Dixon, of Portland, paper
on "Ade-Noids in Ear Disease."
Discussion Dr. C. M. Pierce, of
Sumpter, and Dr. G. W. Tape, of
Dr. L. P. 'McCi.lla, of Boise, paper
on "The Prognosis of Ascending Gon
orrhoea in Women."
Discussion Dr. W. L. Parker, of
Baker City, and Dr. Francis, -f
Dr. Henry Waldo Coe, of Portlafra,
paper on "General Paresis."
Discussion Dr. W. G. Cole, of
Pendleton, and Dr. W. O. Spencer,
Dr. A. Blitz, of Boise, Idaho, paper
on "Apparent Affection of the Lach
rymal Appanetes a Result merely of
Reflex Nasal Irritation."
Discussion Dr. W. H. Ewin, of
Union, and Dr. A. M. Anderson, of
Weston to Drink Water.
Weston, July 7. The question of a
city water fountain is now being dls
cussed by the people of Weston. The
council has taken up the matter and
the water committee has been in
structed to investigate and see just
what can bo done and report at the
next meeting. It Is proposed to have
a public fountain on Main street.
The water is to be piped from a
spring more than a quarter of a mile
from town into a cement feservoir,
where it will be kept cool and fresh
for quenching the thirst of the dry
In hot weather.
Man Hurt by Horse.
Walla Walla, July 7. W. H. Moss
man, father-in-law of H. F. Nichols,
chief train despatcher for the Wash
ington & Columbia River railway
at Hunt's Junction, was thrown from
a horse between Hunts and Pasco
Saturday morning and was severely
injured. Mossman left his son-in-law's
house early in the morning on
horseback and was found about 10
o'clock lying unconscious by the road
side. Symptoms of concussion of the
brain are apparent.
Miss Anna McGee offered
her furnished residence for
rent through the East Ore
gonian classified advertise
ments and secured a good
renter. The classified ad
vertisements bring quick
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TRACY'S MURDEROUS RECORD
Columbia river and forced George
Sunderland and Walter Burllngamo
to ferry them across, landing Ave
miles below Vancouver.
Juno 17 Next heard from at Sal
mon Creek, whero they oxchanged
shots with tho posse, and at IUdgo
vllle, whore they stole two- horses
and continued their flight.
Juno 23 Convicts robbed house of
Pat McGuire, near Lacenter while the
owner was at church, taking clothes
and $20 In money.
Juno 26 Stolo breakfast near Kel
June 26 Stole two horses, but on
meeting owner, dismounted and gavo
Juno 29 Passed strong posse
guarding roads near Chehalls during
July 1 Convicts seen on Northern
Pacific at Tenino, about 39 miles from
Tacoma. Harry Track leaves Mer
rill, saying later that ho had killed
him in a duel. Riding one horse ho
had stolen until it was disabled, he
stolo another and passed through
July 2 Tracy held up six men at
South Bay, near Olympia, and forc
ed four, including Captain Clark, of
a large gasoline launch, to embark
with him on Pucet Sound. Ho lands
at nlghi at Seattle and starts north
July 3 At 2:40 In tho afternoon he
encounters the advance guard of the
Seattle posse at Bothell, six miles
from Seattle. As a result of tho bat
tle, Deputy Sheriff Charles Raymond,
of Snohomish county, is dead, Depu
ty Sheriff Jack Williams, of Seattle,
Is fatally wounded, dying afterward,
Carl Anderson, newspaper reporter,
is wounded by bullet grazing his face.
Returning toward Seattle in the sub
urbs of the city he killed Policeman
v TV TCi-fie nnd fatallv wounded
Nell Rawley, who has since died.
Julv 5 SDcnt the afternoon at
home of Farmer Johnson, near Madi
son Point, taking farmer's best suit
of black clothes; bounu ana gaggeu
fhi fnmllv and started north in a
small boat, taking a farm hand by the
name of Anderson, with him as
July 6 Tracy supposed to be seen
at various points near Seattle. Mys
terious rig with three lights goes to
cabin where first fighting with posse
occurred, doubles back and disap
pears. Tracy's outfit found in cabin.
July 7. Tracy seen' in a small boat
alone near Whitby Island, supposed
that he has killed Anderson and' is
making for the Canadian side of the
John Cleghora is in town from
W. F. Woodard" is in town from
The Miss Burdens, of Athena, are
L. A. McLaughlin is In town from
I. M. Bates Is at Hotel Pendleton
from Walla Walla.
John and Georgo Dono Were In
town Sunday from Pilot Rock.
T. J. Berg and G. W. Bealo wore in
town Sunday from Walla Walla.
G. W. Bradley and daughter spent
Saturday night in town from Athena.
R. T. Cox left for Portland Sunday
night. He will return in a few
Mary Probach has applied for citi
zenship papers. She , is from Ger
many. Albert Harala camo down from Ad
ams Sunday to take in the baseball
The Misses Minnie. Maggie and
Katie O'Connell aro In town from
Dr. B. A. Vaughan has returned
from his trip to Baker City, Sumpter
and the Golconda mines.
Geo'ree W. ProebsteL of Weston. Is
in town on his way homo from a
business trip to Portland.
Denutv United States Marshal Al
Roberts was In town looking after
the business of Uncle Sam Saturday.
Sheriff William Blakley left Sun
day for Portland with Miss Minnie
Jones, whom be is taking to the asy
Tho Misses Alta, Katherine and
Carrie Sharp, of Athena, aro guests
.of Miss Effle Jean Frazier, who is
Heppner Blackman left this morn
lng for his homo in Heppner, after
spending several days visiting
Mrs. M. F. Kelly has returned from
Walla Walla, where she spent the
Fourth. Mrs. Eugene Tauslck ac
companied her homo and is the guest
of Mrs. Kelly.
W. M. Sott is In town from his
home at Helix. He Bays no wheat is
damaged In that section by the wind
and rain, but the crop is greatly
helped by the rain.
V. M. Schick and family were
guests of the Golden Rule Sunday
night on their way from Hot Lake to
their homo In Athena, They had
been rusticating at the lako.
Mrs. J. S. Beckweth and son have
urrlved from Ogdon, Utah, and Join-
ed Mr. Beckwcth in this city. Thoy
have taken up their homo in tho
Campbell property, on College street
Mrs. Susan Buckner, of Pilot Rock,
was In Pendleton today closing up the
affairs of tho cstato of her husband,
tho lato Frank Buckner, and being re
leased as administratrix by tho coun
F K Wilcox and W. A. Banister
are 'in town from Milton. They say
the Milton people aro qulto well
pleased over the possibility of the
electric railway from horo through
there to Dayton.
Mrs William Ferguson passed
through Pendleton Friday evening on
her way from Walla to Hot Lake,
whero she was called to tho bedside
of her son, Leo Ferguson, who is at
the lako seeking relief from rheuma
tism. Mr. and Mrs. Swaggart, paronts of
Mrs. W. F. Matlock and Mrs. W. S.
Wheeler and Lester Swaggart, of
this city, have moved from their
homo in Athena to their cotttage re
cently erected next door to the Mat
lock residence, on Garden street. Mr.
Swaggart is 88 years of ago and Mrs.
Swaggart is 7C, but they aro both
quite spry for their age.
G. B. Tardlff and his son, Ami
will start by team for Granite, Grant
county, Thursday morning, going by
way of Fly valley and Long Creek.
Mr, Tardlff, with other Pendleton
lans, is largely interested in tho Blue
Ribbon mine, near Granite, and will
resumo work at tho mlno upon his
arrival. Ho will remain at tho mine
all winter, not returning to Pendle
ton until next year.
BALL AT BAKER.
Beet Pullers Found a Crop In Gold
Baker City's new aggregation, the
Gold Diggers, went down to defeat
before the La Grande Beet Pullers on
Friday and Saturday by score which
made the Baker fans wonder whether
It was appendicitis or only an ordi
nary pain which had attacked them.
On Friday the Grande Ronde boys
swatted "Dicky" Glendon all over the
diamond for eight runs to Baker's
six, Ave errors at bad points assist
ing in running up tho score.
On Saturday the agony was oven
worse, a double up proposition being
worked hv tho Beet Pullers, who al
lowed the Gold Diggers but four tal
lies while they sent eight men across
tho scoring plate. In this latter
game La Grande used but one pitcher
while Baker operated three, but in
vain: It was an off day anu tnero was
nothing to it.
Don't Use Too Many Words.
Multiplication of words increases
the expense and decreases the effec
tiveness of advertising. Say what
you have to say in as few wordB as it
can be fcaid then stop. By bo doing
you can set what you want to Bay In
larger type, so that it will command
the attention of more readers than
would a wordy discourse aet In small
The homllest man in Pendleton, as
well as the handsomest, and others,
are invited to call on any druggist
and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's
Balsam for tho throat and lungs, a
remedy that is guaranteed to cure and
relieve all chronic and acute coughs,
asthma, bronchitis and consumption.
Price 25c and 60c. For sale by Tall
man & Co.. sole agents.
The correct thing for Sum
Velour Calf -Blucher Pat
Vici or Velour Lace Fan
cy Vamps $3,50
Patents Fancy or Plain. . . .
Ladies Oxfords, $i,5o to. . .
For Little FolkB.
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MORROW COUNTY PROSPERS.
judge Lowell Talks of the Outlook In
Judgo Stophen A. Lowell .has re
turned from JLoxlngton, whore ho de
livered tho Fourth of July oration.
Ho reports a successful colobratlon,
notwithstanding tho cold tomporaturo
and high winds which seomod to have
characterized tho day throughout tho
Tho Judgo found Morrow county
notably prosperous, that section re
ceiving a goodly Bharo of tho best
class of emigration from tho east.
Much of tho vacant land has boon
taken during tho past two years, and
tho wheat area greatly extended. Tho
crops aro In oxcollont condition, and
harvest ready in many sections.
Tho high prlco of wool and its
ready sale, has given a new Impetus
to tho sheep industry, while tho
breeders of fine cattlo aro finding
ready sale for all tho animals thoy
Some excitement exists about Hep
pner by reason of a reported coal
discovery in that vicinity. Should
tho reports prove true, It would mean
much not only to Hoppner and Mor
row county, but to this whole region
whero tho fuel question muBt soon
bo a serious one.
Nick Blanchet, who was In town
Saturday from Alklli Flat, says the
grasshoppors aro bo numerous in
some places in that country that
thoy aro doing much damage. He
says stock has dono well on the flat
this season and with tho exception
of tho grasshoppers destroying con
siderable garden truck, everything 1b
Lost Watch and Money.
James Harper, a well-known char
acter around town, clalmB to have
been robbed of hiB watch and ?5 in
money while sleeping in tho Palace
Lodging House a few nights ago. Tho
watch was a silver case, Elgin move
ment, and Mr. Harper says It cost
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