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THE NEW AMERICA.
This week will end our CLEARANCE SALE and we hope
by Saturday night to clean up everything m the lines
of Summer Goods.
Final Clean-up Sale.
AH kinds for all pUrposes
Sash, Doors and Bli
consulted us. DJTJ
Is the greater during the Summer and Fall months
of your children being troubled with Summer Complaint
in all its forms, and no home should pass through this
part of the year without a good remedy for this trouble
at hand. "Atwoods Colic, Cholera and Diarrhtra
Remedy" is the best known preparation on the market
today for the above named complaint. Get a bottle at
once, as it might be the means o: saving a LIFE.
For sale by
Brock & KlcComas Company
n....ln WnlatJi. fnnri HUlllltV. 2oC
Percale Waists, 60e grade, pood run o
Percale Waists oc gnuin, nw.
All other pmilw at same redu tions.
THE nODGRN DRUOQISTS
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27. 1902.
The coal miners are still making
a hard fight. They may fail, but they
will have the consciousness of hav
ing made a hard fight.
It looks as if Gage would get a cold
deal in the California republican
convention. Apparently Gage is a
grafter, and that class has thrived
already too long for California's good.
for all of this time, and it is claimed
that it could have been put out by
removing the buring sawdust iu a few
hours' time at. a few dollars outlay
yet it wag necessary to call out the
. fire department yesterday morning in
i order to prevent the fire from getting
a new start. It is reported that the
I owner of the property is quarantined
( at home, while others state
j that he cannot remove the burning
saw dust until the insurance men ad
just the matter. Whatever the cause
j of the delay may be it has been at a
: great and unnecessary cost to the
Fires have become so common in j Southern Oregon is now bavin
Pendleton that the people rush out her range troubles. If stockmen and
upon hearing any kind of a bell ring. J sheepmen would keep their equilibri-
It may not all be charged to fire-bugs, um for a short time longer, it is pos
but It is certain that many of the fires j sible that the whole matter will be
cannot be accounted for. satisfactorily arranged. Uncle Sam
will find the remedy, even if it does
take time. When he does finally
come down on the matter in earnest
some of those taking an active part
in keeping up disturbances may be
sorry that they spoke. The man in
the wrong never gains a permanent
Pendleton now has one of the best footing, but the man in the right can-
baseball fields in the Inland Empire not to eventually come out right.
League, and being ahead in the per-
Teddy, the irrepressible Teddy, is
receiving a grand ovation all along
the line. Teddy is looking ahead. He
expects to be the next president, and
if a republican is elected, Teddy will
doubtless succeed himself.
centage and still retaining the crack
OUR INDUSTRIAL SUCCESS.
players of the league, there is no rea-; Some time ago the British Iron
son why she should not carry off the Trade Association appointed a corn-
honors. Nothing but 'an accident can mlsslpn to visit the United States and
.,.., ,t .investigate the industrial conditions
prevent 1U I Hint nrm-nll rriu !,
j'AV-.MAA VAAV.lt. A11U l-UlAAAAAiD3IUU
has returner) anH mnrlo Ita rmM
In these days of successful rob- a copy of wnlch has b receiVed by
beries and hold-ups it is astonishing the state department at Washington
that the Idaho train robbers should Itn as nothing of encouragement for
have failed. They were either very the British hope of continued rivalry
. . with us in productive labor, but for us
green in the business, or they per- lt Js one of the mogt gratfylug trlb.
mitted their program to miscarry in utes ever paid to American industry
some way. Hold-ups seem to be the by a foreign commission.
most profitable way of raising sure-!
thing money now, and the man that! .the Arst place the statistics of
, . . . ' , , I Pig iron production are themselves
fails is regarded by the army of Tra- j sufficient to tell the story of our prog-
cy imitators as a rank frost. ress and our victory. In 18C5 the
j United States produced S32.000 tons
The thefts committed bv the Elks' j of P iron. Germany produced 760,000
officials demonstrates the fact as has 1 "2Bnfwh" Gre" Britain produced 4.-
. , S19.000. From that year on both Ger-
so often been done by officers of fra-. and the United stateg gained
ternal orders, that a great many on tne British output, though that
"good brothers" are simply grafters output was itself Increased. In 1900
and scoundrels. Yet a brother of one 1 Great Britain reached her maximum
p ,,,. , , , I of pig iron production with a total of
of these orders is seldom prosecuted. L t0 That wflg certainh. a
The fraternal orders will eventually handsome increase over the output
come to that point where they will ( of 1SC5 and showed that the British
not nhntc so miiph ohnritv in msp of : had put in 15 years of strenuous en-
ueavor. UKraiany, nuwaver, iiuu
worked faster and in 1900 was almost
equal to Great Britain, her product
for the year being 8,386,000 tons. Both
however, were eclipsed by the United
States, which in that year produced
The most significant feature of the
statistics, however, is that with 1900
Great Britain and Germany reached
their maximum and the output of each
in-1901 was less than in the previous
year, the British product falling to
7.750,000 tons and the German to 7.
737.000 tons. The product of the Unit
ed States, however, went forward with
a bound and in that year distanced
all rivalry by surpassing the product
a brother's weakness and will punish
him as they would any other crimi
nal. It is the very class of rascality
that should be punished to the full
limit of the law. The officer of a
fraternal order who would rob the or
der would be the very man to join
the order for the purpose. A thief
is a thief wherever he may be, and
none should escape under the cloak
The spirit to put down the hold-ups
is growing every day. It is a new
feature of operation and it takes new
ia""-B lu " , ot Germany and Great Britain
always been hold-ups, but criminals bined tne total belng 15(878i0oo
have not been so glib with their guns
heretofore. The average thug now In explaining the .extraordinary in
would rather kill a man than to get frease l? th,e important industry of
v mv. iron production the commission notes
... muUC;. ..awC ".-,tne va3t natural resources of iron
parently reached a state at which Coai and Kindred minerals in this
they seem to have lost all feeling for country, but does not attribute our
humanity and the murder of a human ' success wholly to them. The report
, , , , , , ui,i,. states and illustrates how the natural
being is looked upon as lightly as the, lnventlvenesg of thj AmerIcan has
killing of a snake. When they have enabed nIm t0 a,)ply to tn0 0)era.
reached that point, it does not seem ' tions of production and distribution a
too harsh to hear a good citizen say wealth of original ideas and methods
they ought to be shot down like dogs, that are yet little Known in Europe,
' t It la nlar. mnrln mmilTPat hnii' rn l.inil
or strung up to the first tree or , . . d Qn cana, the
object that will support them when American people have applied their
once caught. It would not bo follow-' minds to tho solution of the conditions
i . i. i.f mnv ! and problems of cheap transport until
.uB ... .they have at last attained a level of
the only feasible one at present. . ,,.. auch as wo imve
I hardly had any experience of on the
It Is stated that the negligence in othor Hlo of the Atlantic.
attending to the old brewery fire has,
cost tho city about $200 more than it Furthermore it is pointed out that
i.n,ii,i Tho fire department re- wi have not achieved our triumphs
should. Tho lire department re wUhout th(J 0XI)0ndture 0f much
sponded on tho first call, put out t" ( thousUt, toil and money; nor without
ure and loft it in a safe condition, taking great risks at times In the de
Fince that time two alarms have been velopmont of now markets. Thus we
turned In at a cost of $100 each to have fairly earned our reward, or, as
the city There has been gross negll-, tho commission puts it; The Amerl
tne cuj. mole u . can people have labored stronuously
gonco Bomewhore. While It is tno fop many year8 untlJ aboi.( ngonulty
duty of tho fire department to respond and enterprise have become their
and put out a flro and leave It in its most distinguishing characteristics,
dying stage to be looked aftor by the When one has appreciated all the
uyiuB nib i Americans have done for thomsolves
Individuals Interested, it Is not ItB Jfc Jfj nethor natural nor reasonable
duty to stand by for weeks and pro- tQ grudg0 tnom the success which has
tect It. The fire has boen smoulder- attended their labors. San FranclBco
Ing in the sawdust of the brewery Call.
Complete figures furnished by
Commissioner Sargent, show that
during the fiscal year ending on Juno
3i, G4S.743 immicrants landed in this
country, against 4S7.91S during tho
previous year. SThat this total near
lv establishes a new record, tho fol
lowing table, giving for each recent
decade the maximum and minimum
-oSC .......... 334.203
jcqo '"' C23.0S4
isos : "f::
Except during the civil war. immi
gration has beeen heaviest during the
second and third years of each de
cade. With uninterrupted prosperity
and fewer men unemploy ed than
usual, the year upon which we have
now entered may surpass even 1SS2
as a banner year for immigration. Is
such a result desirable? That de
pends upon the immigrants, upon
their character, where they go. what
In some undesirable ways records
were broken last year. The greatest
number of undesirables ever known
was deported 5429. In spite of this
vigilance, the greatest number who
could not read or write were admitted
K55.105 or more than 25 per cent
of the whole number.
Tniniii'rnnts nr.- most needed to
build up the states of the far West.1
To help in the grain fields where
for years there have not been men ,
enough to harvest the crop. But of,
last year's immigrants more than
two-thirds stayed in New York, Mass-,
achusetts, Pennsylvania and Illinois;
thev came to the cities, not to the
farms and forests and mines. New
rcule ureases, regumr
oc, uow 50c.
aii ot-..A3 rciiifthuni nnn I'd
ah ui., r..f,.iinr si.n and J1.35 Dresses, now ?1. (JU
All others same reductions to eloii? them out.
SUMMER GOODS AT HALF PRICE
All Lawns, Dimities, Foulards and Batistes will be closed out at half
the recular price.
Jap Silk, all colors, 2oc per yard.
Lvou Dye Silk, sold elsewhere at (10c yd, our price 4ac per yard.
Calico, all colors, for the week, 4e per yard.
New fall stock is coming iu every day and our Hues are larger, values
better and prices lower than ever before Come and see us at-once and
get a few of the CLEARANCE SaVLE BARGAINS, and also some of
the new goods at Bargain Prices.
OUR GUARANTEE: Money back if goods are not satisfactory.
THE FAIR The Place to Save Money
GRAND PICNIC AT KINE'S GROVE
llrs. Ionise 31. Gibson Says
That This Fatal Disease is
Easiiy Cured by Lydia E.
Pinkbaui's Vegetable Com
pound. ' Deap. Mas. Piskdam : I felt very
discouraged two years ago, I had suf
fered so long with kidney troubles and
Dther complications, and had taken so
minti nipdininfi -without relief that I
legan to think there was no hope for
me. tiife looKeu so goou to me, urn,
what is life without health? I wanted
to be well.
Dancing begins Sunday at 2 p. m. Admission to dancing plat-
cents ; ladies tree, isusses to ana irom me
grounds day and night.
! RESTAURANT ON GROUNDS. The grove can be engaged for
picnic parties by applying to rmna smim, at noxoi
THE PENDLETON ACADEMY
Offers: College Preparatory Course
Takes all trrades from Sub-Primary up. Graduates euter Fresh
man Glass In such C dieses as Yale, Princeton, Stauford.
Graduates taking 27 weeks Supplemental Work can
Certificates on same baiis as Normal Suhools. Pull term
tember 15. For catalogue address
F. L. FORBES, D. D., Principal.
ROBERT FORSTER, Proprietor
We are prepared to do yourwoik
and ask you to call on us
Charges will be right.
TELEPHONE RED 61 '
The Old Dutch Henry
Kit Hays & faete
BAR IN CONNECTION
IN CENTER OF BLOCK
BET. ALTA AWEBBSTB
ams. louise m. ctosok.
T.vf1!n V.. "Pinlrlirmi's Vftcrft-
taLle Compound curecimeand made
, . -r i n
me well, auU tnat is wny 1 giauiy
write you this, and gladly thank you ;
six bottles was au 1 toon, togctner
with your Pills. My headache and
backache and kidney trouble went,
never to return ; the burning sensation
I had left altogether ; my general
health was so improved I felt as young
and light and happy as at twenty."
Mas. Louise GiUoon, 4813 Langley
Ave., Chicago, Til.- 5000 forftlt If above
leszimoniat is nut ytnijiHv.
If you feel tnat tnere is anyxning at
all unusual or puzzling about your
case, or if you wish confidential advice
of the most experienced, write to Mrs.
Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., and you will
be advised free of charge. Lydm E.
hns cured and is curing thousands of
cases of female trouble.
Arouse Your Liver.
You cannot have comfort un
til it acts freely. To enjoy
perfect health and feel like a
new person take
Sold Krery wliere-In boxes 10c and tte.
A Rare 1
i To get strictly Tailor Made-to-Order Clothing g
eqdal to any Merchant Tailor's WorU.
I FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
A representative of the celebrated tailor firm of LAMM & CO., , of J'jJ
go, will be at our store with the finest line of the most fashionable w
goods for Fall and Winter
1 SUITS, OVERCOATS TROUSERS
1 AND FANCY VESTS
A featnrp nf f.his nnnnrfuniLv in o-et the newest and best made OlottoDg
is that tlie goods will be on display in the .piece. ou selec 1 v , j fc 3
vant and your suit or overcoat will be made om your own meas g
It's a chance to save monov. as vou will net the best at -u to 0 p 3
. - i
lower than local tailors charge.
A Skilled Wheelwright
1 Is what you want when your wheel
comefl oil, the axle Ir broken or your
vehicle needs repairing. We are skilled
in this trade, as well as being masters
of tho art of carriage hlaoksinlthlng
and repairing of all kinds. You will
alwavB find our work satisfactory and
substantial, and our prlcee moderate.
! See Us About Gasoline Engines
WaUr St. mat Mils, FMCtetoa, Oct.
n e rtt,d Florshieni
. Vou will also find all the new things in Stetson Hats tho.roinute &
Shoes for men and a complete line of chic and strictly up
Furnishing Goods. r2
1 FIT AND MATERIALS