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HERE WE ARE AGAIN
Not to tell you about the purity of our drugs or the
accuracy of our compounding, for every man, woman and
child knows that in this we EXCEL all others in our
line. It is to tell you of all he new goods we are receiv
ing daily and of interest to you.
Nothing i nicer and more valuab e than a fine collec
tion of "STEINS" and we have them in all sizes and
prices. It is the craze of the present age, so fall in line.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
Brock & McComas Company
THE nODEN DRUQQISTS . PENDLETON
THE MARCONI DISCLAIMER.
i The Scientific American discuses
I the Marconi wireless telegraphy pat
. ent at length. It shows that Marconi's
! disclaimer as to the originator of a
The coming State Fair and the j part of his syBtem by -uo means takes
Riit5nnivni mmic k . ,'away any of the honor from him or
TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1902.
the greatest events in the history of
hestows any upon Solarl. It is shown
like shows in the state.
that it was necessary under the Eng-
lish law9 in order to save considerable
There is considerable alarm over trouble as well as complications;
the forest reserve recently announced that would not have been neces
by the government in this part of the sary in the United States. Solari
state. Sheepmen, settlers, and tim- had invented a device that was used
ber-grabbers all are looking for the in a measure by Marconi, but it was
worst of it.
not invented for the purpose to which
Marconi placed it, and was worthless
Those editors who are roasting to So)ari for tuis purpose
their own baseball teams as well as
It is cited as a parallel case with
all others at every opportunity ought at of JIorse an(1 Prof Henry ,n the
to be placed in the center of the inventlon of the telegraph. While no
grounds after each game for the de- one toda. dlBputes tne honor to Morse
xeatea team to tane revenge upon, and yet it is a fact that p0, Hcnr nd
naseoaii ciuos wouiu not ne too se- others had invented the elements of
It is remarked by an exchange
that the record of suicides is rising
in the East on account of the hot
weather accompanying dog days. Out
here in God's country it never gets
warm enough to remind one of his
future home so forcibly as to cause
him to hurry away to it The people
the system long before florae had
ever thought of it. Morse put it into
practical use and received the credit
properly. Marconi put the, wireless
telegraphy into practical." use-and will
get the credit It is th'irtility man,
the practical man, the successful man
that people are looking for and to
whom they give the credit in this life.
While dreamers and theorists are
here nrefer this atmosnherp tn that
in whinh ini,ipR ,mnc Panning, the practical man Is in ac
uu, auu no generally siriKes me mow
Governor Geer's nrivate secretary x nis ruie applies outside of patents
refused to lease Tracy's body to the and inventions, too.
showmen for exhibition. But still
the officials at Salem destroyed the
face of the outlaw with vitriol. They
did It under the pretext of ruining it
The San Francisco Call and Gover
nor Gage of California are having
some warm litigation. The Call is
shflwintr Vim.' f l ( anvnpnni atnl in
for show purposes, should it be stolen, ,,,. . , . . . , x
,..t tv, . , ... , , . with his appointtees at the state pen-
but to the outside world it looked a ,,, . , . , . ,
,,. , . ., . , , Herniary and looted the state, and
little like desecrating the body of the , , . 4I
, . , , , ; , . . the governor is atemptlng to show
dead murderer In a spirit of hatred t. . t. , , ... , , , .
, .. , that the Call is telling the kind of a
uu .cwiigct ivuut: iiu uuc Willi a
law abiding spirit has a grain of sym
pathy for the outlaw, yet no one be
lieves in desecrating the body of the
story that subjects newspaper edi
tors to prosecution for libel.
The Oregon State Fair which will
That is the way the, open September 15 at Salem and con
I tnue five days promises to be an in-
j U 'eating one. The premium list Is
There will be but little trouble to a long one and a strong one and ex.
trace down the, men who slipped the hibitors are being attracted from out
rifles into the penitentiary for Tracy E.de ettes. Secretary Wisdom says
and Merrill. The rifles sold by the ( lt wJI1 be one of the beat ln the hIs.
wmcnestcr company are au numoer- tory of tne institution,
ed and- the number taken by the com
pany when sold, and also by the deal
er. By consulting its books the com-
Thcf raternal order of Elks has cre
ated such a demand for elks' teeth
pany can ascertain where it first sold for emblems that the slaughter of
the Tracy gun and then the retailer ' elk by hunters for their teeth has
at that point can follow it up, and become devastating. Even the elk in
every owner traced down to the time the National Park have been driven
it was received at the Oregon peni- into remote places and killed for their
teatlary. Theer is an old saying that teeth. Teeth have been sold for as
murder will out, and the villains who nigh ae 5260,
slipped the rifle Into the murderers'
rP h t rm r-a 1 1 n ti Its nrwr niiouf tr. lio
possess on, may yet have the oppor-; .,,.
! , ' . , raised aB to the legality of Portland's
tunlty of playing a Tracy role or " '
t hi h rock-pile. The hobos are convinced
r . already that the institution is uncon-
Some of the silly newspapers are stltutlonal, impractical and against
now urging that the rewards in the tne est interest of their society.
Tracy and Merrill cases should go to
Tracy's estate as he was the person
tu kill both of the outlaws and the
cause of the deliver' of their bodies
THE PASSING OF THE INDIAN.
When the news came that a few
Indians were dissatisfied with their
at Salem. Literally, this may be true, I.ation8' th1ere "aB no paulc No one
. . ., , . ....I witi 1 uuuwu iu uiuureuR, ii mere
but Tracy did not kill Merrill to HhouW one wouJd be se'tUed( Qnd
bring him to justice and only killed an in,uan uprising Is a far less serious
himself to keep from dangling at the matter than a riot in a large city,
end of a rope or being shot to death ! If Hip Van Winkle should awake
by his pursuers. The theory of the,"6 uld be, surprised to learn that
It. . ... . , I we have no famous Indian. More than
papers that urge that the money be- 200 vear8 ag0 England named hor
longs to Tracy's estate is that the conflict King Philip's war, and that
dead murdered men's heirs might sue name Is as famous as King William's
his estate for klll.ng their relatives ! war. King WUIUra w-w t; the colo
nnd thus secure the reward money. J a distant monarch but King
, -s. , iV Philip was a near and dreaded foe,
In the matter ortho Tracy reward the who Hrea(, havoc ,n hfl Jlfe and ;
five men who pursued him to death gered in tradition. Powhattan and
r.nd the boy who Informed on him Massasolt are better known than most
ought to have the reward divided ;f royal governors. One great
Bhorlff who is claiming a part of the cuni8ehf threatened to gather the In
reward ought to bo retired as soon aB dlans from the extreme south to tho
his term of office expires. J northern lakes In one grand raid. In
later years tho entire west, knew the
chieftain whose name will last while
school histories mention the Black
With all their crimes the "chlefB"
had a savage dignity. Tecumseh, in
deed, was a gentleman, and other
braves had their admirers among the
men who fought against them. Jack
had a hearty respect for Weather
ord. Mnvne Rcld wrote a novel about
Oscecla. Wild Cat, Billy Bowlegs
Coacoochie and other sachems were
once national characters. If they did
not reach the highest honors, at least
Mrs. Mlgourney wrote poems about
them or race horses bore their names,
or they furnished a jest to the comic
actors. Everybody knew who they
were, and an Indian warrior of promi
nence was at least an as interesting
as the champion of the ring.
Even after the mighty battles of
the sixties we had the famous In
dians. There was not a school boy
who had not heard of Captain Jack
and Red Cloud. Longfellow's poem
mentions Sitting Bull as well as the
heroic Custer. The eighties came
and still everybody knew something
about Geroninio and Chief Joseph.
Then Rip Van Winkle fell asleep
again. Should he now be told that In
all the Union there is not an Indian
as distinguished or notorious as a
third rate variety actress who had
just sought a divorce, not one chief
whose name would lend popularity to
a new brand of chewing tobacco, not
one noble red man whose deeds are
sung in the concert halls. Rip would
be amazed. It is quite possible to
manage a cigar store without a wood
en Indian. The only Indian name
everwhere recognized is Tammany,
and that name live because of pale
face politicians. Philadelphia Ledger.
Last year the Germans produced
1,500,000 tons of raw sugar, repre
senting 13 per cent of the beet-root
crushed, which was an Increase since
1840 from 8,000 tons of product as 5
per cent of the material used. The
dyeing industry earned 530,000,000
last year against $6,000,000 in 1874,
notwithstanding diminished prices
and increased wages. Artificial indi
go now employs over 6,000 men, in
cluding 148 scientific chemists, al
though started only about 35 years
ago with less than 40 men. In 1898
Germany employed 14,000 persons in
making scientific Instruments, the ex
ports being three times those of 18S8.
These are examples of the results of
scientific training in the land of its
" We are dolnir our let to olein up all suramor ro mIs before our fall
(roods arrive, and we need yur linlp. You need the iro (U, we nted the
ro mi and if v" will call nt o ir ntore wo will mako you such price on
hot weather goods that you will be able to make a great waving on all
Ten Days Foil of Great Bargains
Ladies' Furnishings at Clearance Prices
Lndles' Undervests. 3 cents enh.
Ladle' Sleeveless Ve-us, flue qualify, 2oo, 15c, laoaud lOoeaoh.
Ladies' Short Sleeve Vests. 'Juc and 13c enoh.
Ladies' Knit Knee-leneih Drawers, 60c, 4G', and 2oo each.
Ladies' Snirt Waist-, Percah', irood a-i-oryiiHiit. 2oo enoh.
Ladies' Silk anil Percale Waists, 2o jk.t cent ofi' nil grades.
Silk VVait Patterns in Summer Wash Silk, $1 00.
Fancy Silk Waist Patterns. 85 u reirular, sale price 09c yd.
Light weight Black Hose. No. 112, reguhir 10c, sale price 3palre25c.
Lace Hose, regular 35c values, sale price 25o.
Gents Clothing and Furnishings
All Summer weight Suits cut 20 per cent for this sale. .
Boys' Suits, special reduction of 20 per cent for 10 ilayH.
Boys' Knee Pants, special reduction of 20 per cent for 10 dayB.
Men's Summer Underwear, balhricgan, 25c per garment.
Men's Fanny Blue French Ralbrigirau, 75c per garment.
Men's nnd Bovs' Straw nnd Crash Hats.all grades reduced 20 per cent
Boys' and Men's Bow Ties, 2oc, 20c, 15c, 13c, 10c aud 5o each.
Saturday's Specia s on
AUG. 9th Dry Goods and Staples AUG. 9th
Summer Dress Goods, all grades reduced 20 per cent.
Calico, rerular 5c grade, nil colors, 10 yds to one person, 3c per yd.
Gingham, apron check, regular 7o grade, 10 yds to one person, 5c yd.
Bleached Musliu, 10 yds to one person, 3c ier yd.
White Outing flannel, 10 vds to one person, 4c per yd.
Japanese Silk, all colors, 25c per yd.
Yard wide Percale Bemnauts, 2 to 8 yds ln piece, 5o per yd.
Come aud bring your neighlor and get your share of the splendid
bargains offered during this sale.
THE FAIR The Place to Save Money
The war in the Philippines hps
cost the United States over ?170,-
000,000 thus far. But think of the
glory! Chicago Record-Herald.
Half and Half.
The dvsueptic may well be represented
pictorial ly as being half masculine and
iialt lemmine, ana coinuininp tne least
desirable characteristics of either sex.
He has all the stubbornness of the man
with the peevish ir
ritability of a sick
woman. He's not
pleasant company at
Home or abroad.
Dr. Pierce's Golden
cures dyspepsia and
other diseases of the
stomach and associ
ated organs of dines-
tion and nutrition. yA
ii renews pnysicai
health which carries
with it cheerfulness
of temper, and makes
life a pleasure instead
of a penance.
T. he " Discovery "
purifies the blood by
eliminating the cor
rupt and poisonous
which disease is bred.
It increases the ac
tivity of the blood
making glands, so
increasing: the supply
of pure rich blood, which Elves life to
every organ of the body. It gives new
lite anu new strengtn.
"Your 'Golden Medical Dlscovtir' has rwr.
formed a wonderful cure," writes Sir. M. II.
Houc. of Charleston. Franklin Co.. Ark. " I had
the worst case of dyspepsia, the doctors say, that
they ever saw. After trying seven doctors and.
everything I could hear oC with no beutfi I
tnea ur. nerce-s uoiaen Medical Discovery and
now Tarn cured."
Accept no substitute foi "Golden Med
ical Discovery." There is nothing "j" st
as good" for diseases of the stomach,
blood and lungs. -
I lie Lommon bense Medical Adviser.
Ico8 large pages in paper covers, is sent
free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to
pay expense ot mailing only. Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
GRAND PICNIC AT KINE'S GROVE
Dancing begins Sunday at 2 p. m. Admission to dancing plat
form 25 cents ; ladies free. Busses to and from the
grounds day and night.
RESTAURANT ON GROUNDS. The grove can be engaged for
picnic parties by applying to PETER SMITH, at Hotel
THE PENDLETON ACADEMY
' Offers: College Preparatory Course
Takes all grades from Sul-Priruary up. Graduates enter Fresh
man Class In suoh Colleges as Yale, Princeton, Stanford.
Graduates taking 27 weeks Supplemental Work can take Btate
Certificate.--1 11 came badis as Normal Sehoold. Fall term opens-Sep-
tember 15. lor catalogue address
F. L. FORBES, D. D., Principal.
That are pure and wholesome
and add to the pleasures of
life aie those manufactured
Always see that the bottles
bear the label of
The Pcnflleton Soda Works.
THE STANDARD FOR OVER HALF A CENTURY
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
ESBERG-GUNST CIGAR CO., Distributing Agents.
September 15th to 20th
You are invited to attend
and see the greatest indus
trial exposition and livestock
show ever held on the Pacific
Coast. Good racing every
afternoon. Camp ground
free. Come and bring your
families. For any informa
M. D. WISDOM, Seo'y,
I FOR SALE 1
22o-acre Fruit, Grain
and Alfalfa Farm,known
In Happy Canyon, 12
miles west of Pendleton.
Alcn txurs Intc uifli
five-room -house and '
small barn, located on -
corner Blaine and Mark
Call on or address
Mrs. F. A. Campbell.
Sash, Doors jl
to o,dcr. " "P'ioKJa,
Buie JEWS J
consulted us. 0a ri
Pendleton Planing iJ
ROBERT fORSTW, Profrie
BAR IN CONNECTION
IN CENTER OF BLOCK
BET. ALTA 4 WEBB 8TB
J. T. WILLIAMSON
La Grande, Ore.
Plats of any township in thsl
Grande land district showing 1
vacant lands, and all nines, Ink
tional lots, topography, etc., fat-;
nished for $2 each; also plits d
the Umatilla Reservation. Eisj
plat corrected from the,U.S.Ii4 :
Office records at date wM
Special attention given toappEa-1
tion for lands on the unsold por
tions of the Umatilla ResenrauMJ
and to all applications before tke
United States Land Office.
Office in the 0. S. Land Ofice I
Building, La Grande, Oregon. I
STOCK FOR SALE
69 nead grade 8horlhornCtue. tf .
27 Grade Shorthorn com; M"
a win ri in fall.
10 Two-year old tcert. .1
80 Yearling.. J
iii. . nn in h 1 111 if j - j
Cows by registered Shorts M
22 Mare.. Ii2hve wUijT Jl
to work. , , ,
3 Three year old g' dlnil.
1 Three year old Blly.
7 Two year old muea.
IS Yeartlnti. .rJI-1'
6 OWdlngs-have ben
1 Bullion. naU Ciyoe n.,- w j
For Further i-anicuw
C. L. COS,
We are prepared to do JJJ
nnd ask you to
The Old Dufcb H?
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