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HATS - CAPS -
BAER & DALEY
ONE PRICE Cl OTHIERS,
FURN'ISHERS and HATTERS
MONDAY, NOVEMBEH 24. 1902.
Hoston will get the next convention
of the American Federation of Labor
Odessa has been declared free from
the plague, and export trade from
that port is again permitted.
AVashlngton, D. C. has the name
-of being thecleanest. best kept and
most beautiful city in the Union.
The dust ejected by volcanoes In
eruption. Is the best known fertilizer.
'The slopes of Mount Vesuvius pro
'dtice treble the crops of other parts
Recent investigation disclosed the
fact that there are 25,000 crippled
children in New York city alone that
could he cured by the noted Austrian
The Typographical Union of Ha
vana has called out its members in
sympathy with the striking tobacco
workers and a general suspension of
Conference opened Saturday on
board the flagship Wisconsin between
Salazar and Herera. in signing terms
of peace approved by Perdomo. thus
ending the war In Colombia.
Herr Krupp. the great gun-maker
of Germany, died very suddenly last
Saturday. It Is Intimated that he may
have committed suicide. He leaves
an estate valued at $125,000,000.
A resolution favorable to socialism
was defeated at the convention of the
American Federation of Labor the
vote standing 4744 against and 4344
for the action. The miners voted
solidly In favor of the resolution.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
John W. Osborn. an aged scientist
who Invented the art of colored print
ing, is dead at Polo Alto. Cal.
Miners at Roslyn will receive 1S00
turkeys, free from General Manager
11. F. Bush, as a Thanksgiving pres
ent. John Taylor, a Butto pioneer, aged
7C, is dead. Taylor killed two men
In Montpna in self-defense, in carly
W. C. Maroon, who was beaten al
most to death In the Seattle jail last
week by two newsboys, has sued the
city for $1i.immj damages.
The Oregon Livestock Breeders'
Association will ask the coming leg
islature for an appropriation of $8800
for a state fair premium list, for next
J. W. Fuller, who disappeared from
his home In Portland a month ago,
lias been found, with a bullet hole
In UIb head, on the Valley road, near
William Graham, a 9-year-old boy
of Shoalboy. Wash., was drowned
Sunday by falling- from a log boom.
'He was rescued by his mother, but
died soon after being taken from the
The First National Bank of Sump
ter. Or., has been organized with a
capital stock of $25,000. The incor
porators are IL II, Miller, J. W. Scri-
ber. N. C. Richards, J, II. Rpborts and
Ed W. Mueller.
The- postofflco at Llttlo Rock,
Wash., was robbed Sunday. Besides
considerable government funds, the
money belonging- to the local Wood
men lodge was taken, the postmastor,
J. B. Dowllng, being treasurer,
The Baker City Bchool board lias
passed a rigid health resolution, em
powering the principal to suspend
from school any scholar whose physi
cal appearance might . . augseat 'i a. u-
Stirring Values Winter Cloth
ing for men and boys at a big
saving a saving of 25 per cent yon
are asked to pay at other stores
Men's all wool fancy worsted suits
splendidly made and trimmed,
such as you pay at other stores
I2 50, $15.00, and $17 50 Jour
prices $10, $12,50 and $15
Men's Mack worsted suits, other
stores all at 12 50 and $15 our
prices $10and $12
Men's blue serge, sold every other
store at $15 our price $12
Men' High grade trousers, new
shipment just in $2 50to$G.50
Overcoats- We have all styles,
the long, the short and popular
medium at $4.45 to $20
Two piece suits $1.50 to $3 50
Three piece suits $2 00 to $5 00
Long pants suits $H- 00 to $12.50
GLOVES - MITTENS
Jessie M. Shephred. Shlcao.
Thomas A. Purdy. Portland.
Mrs. JV. H. Congdon, Umatilla.
Sol Harris, Portland.
L. B. Martin, Portland.
D. McKIrdy, Rcssland.
B. H. Caston, Spokane.
Sam Sldman, New York.
Madam nowa, New York.
W. E. Shary and wife. New York,
George Harris. Portland.
A. Nylamler. Portland,
W. R. Glendening, Portland.
U. S. Adams. Wyoming.
E. C. Johnson, Portland.
R. B. Wade. city.
C. F. Nichols. Walla Walla.
H .B. Nelson, Weston.
George Stevens. Spokane.
C. M. Smith. Portland.
T. W. Jackson, Spokane.
J. O. .Mack. Portland.
Mrs. F. ..Ichols. College Place.
I. Cohen, San Francisco.
J. Morris, San Francisco.
J. H. Wright.
George Stevens. Spokane.
William Maher. Portland.
W. S. Babb. Portland.
W. G. Estes, Athena.
The Golden Rule.
J. McKay, city.
M. Fanning, city.
H. P. Rolfe. Portland.
J. H. Dozler. Valley.
A. M. Elam. Milton.
O. A. Hamblln. Spokane.
G. D. Gnlley. Portland.
L. Harvey, Boise.
P. C. Holland: Portland.
T. J. Kirk, Athena.
F. D. Pike. Portland.
H. E. Pike Portland.
S. C. Pike, Portland.
Mrs. F. D. Pike. Portland.
S. C. Bennett. Portland. 1
W. G. Westoncott and wife, Salem.
I. . K. HIght. Portland.
I'. E. Hunsucker. Spokane.
Mr. E. Tausick. Walla Walla.
J. (5 .Helfrlch, Spokane,
R. Tuhl. Camas Prairie.
S. Nakata, Camas Prairie.
H. Skldmore, Camas Prairie.
G. W. McDowell, city.
H. R. Jacobs, city.
G. P. Hllderbrand, Lincoln.
C. C. Hartley. Moscow,
Opal Smlthey. Glasco.
A. T. Holmes. Farmlngton.
C. I.. Downer. Kokane.
W. D. Marks, Spokane.
Juson Moore. New York.
h. Pearce. New York.
C. Mayer, New Y'ork.
G. Genlll, New York.
W. G. Thorenson, Vale.
C, E. Masson, Portland.
A. J. H. Hall, Spokane.
T. E. Alnsworth, Walla Walla.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications aa tbey cannot reach
the dlaul portion of tne ear. TUete U
onlj one way to cure deafoeu. and that
la br constitutional remedies. Deafnes Is
caused br Q Inflamed condition of the
mucus lining or tne iguiucnian xuoe.
When this tube la Inflamed you bare a
rumbllnr sound or Imperfect bearing;, and
wben It is entirely closed. Deafness It the
result ana unless tne mnammaiion can oe
taken out and this tube restored to Its
normal condition, bearing will be destroy
ed forerer: nine cases out of ten are
caused by Catarrh, which la notblns but
an innamed condition at tne mucus sur
We will gtre One Hundred Dollars for
any cue or aearoeas icausea dt i-atarrni
that cannot be cured by Uall'a Catarrh
Cure, Bend for circulars, Ires.
F. J. CHENET k CO.. Toledo, O.
Bold by Druggists, 76c.
Hall's Family lilts are the bst
What .s known as Jacob's block.
Enquire of C. B. Wade.
A wreck on the Northern raclfic
at Union Gap Thursday, stopped traf-
tor M shows, , .No itataUtlts,
A SERIES OF SKETCHES n OF THE TOWJ AW PEO
PLE OF OUR COUNTY BY STAFF CORRESPONDED 1
PAUL DE LANEY '
XII FRBEWATBIt ANT MILT'
rnntlmiP 10 enumerate the resn.irres I
m this section through anoxner coi
1 limn WltllOUX eXIiauauilK mew. ......
1 many neoiile have become famlllnr
.1 . I. l.nt
with them throiiKh reailliiR newsna-i
nprs antl leasiinc 011 uiw inu.i.i.-w
IK'IT ililll ILuamih " ,
It Is a country of small farms ami
toriro t.rniluptK. When nne consider
I that J200 to $300 worth of strawhoi
!ries are raised to the acre and wo !
crops are raised In one year an Idea
I mav lie given of what the large area
lvhiK In the vicinity of .Milton ami 1
Freewater produces. One fruitralser. j
'Howard Evans picked $-100 worth of j
, airau'lrrli's from aii acre and a third
this vonr. J. II. Ymme took 80 crates
1 nf lilnpUlieriips from three acres. To-1
mritnps Hp wasting on the ground for,
want of attention. The first snow j whlen a'r0 strong evidences of their
lonnd grapes by the ton still on the mtent toIt am industry The knot
vines, ty old apple tree with clumsy limbs
Wool and Grain. , and leaning bow. rotten on one side
In addition to the ruit. vegetables. 1 nnd roots giving way. still cling to
1 wheat and a..alfa, this Is also a ship-1 life In many of the old orchards
' ping place for wool. One concern j whose former owners have been
ships 10 tons nnnuallv to Pendleton. , Bleeping for many years in the little
larlev nnd oats are both shipped ! cemetery on the hillside. Then there
abroad. Brewing barlev is especially I are old places and old orchards that
i f chinnmni Ft-zip '
uiiiutr u ivMiinu ui ...i ..... . -
llros.. who have a warehouse, store
at least 40.000 bushels of grain annu
ally, both for shipment and home con
.Milton and Freewater are in the
s in- dis.rlct. There a:c three pros-
S 'these . on e Mil. of the
railroad and the other is in Free-
water. Eight teachers are employed
In the district. Six are employed In
the central school of Milton, two in1
the Freewater school and one at the
Grove school. The buildings are val-i
tied at $yuon and Insurance to the
iipi-mis schools in the district. Two
amount of $5350 is carried on tne'
The bonded indent-
edness has lieen reduced to $1500 and
Interest is kept paid promptly. An
average of nine months' terms are
taught annually. The enumeration
this year shows C2S children, of which !
302 are males and 320 females. !
The school board Is well acquaint-1
ed with its work and has the co-opera-1
tion of patrons ami teachers. N.
Muml'oid. (chairman) W. E. Pu-iam
and W. E. Miller are directors, and
S. A. 'Miller is clerk. Mr. Miller has
been clerk for a number of years andl
is one of the best posted school.)
clerks in Umatilla county. The board 1
has secured the services of a strong t
corps of teachers nnd the schools are
all moving alnug harmonloiibly. '
At Central school. T. C. Salt Is prln-
clpal and Miss May Littleton. Mrs.,
Florence Kelly. Miss Marguerite f
Irons, Miss Lizzie Hamer and Miss ,
Ada Piescc are the assistants. Tlieie
are 220 pupils in attendance antl 139 1
arc females and 87 males. The equip-!
ment is reported satisfactory and the'
black boar especially well arrang-',
cd. The library Is limited.
At the Freeewater school Miss Alice
Christian end .Mrs. K. B. Peck are the
teachers. There are 87 pupils enroll
ed In this school and the sexes are
about equally divided.
MJss Daisy Wilson is the teacher
at the Grove school and has an in
Columbia College Is one of the sub
stantial institutions at Milton. This
institution is under the auspices of
the M. E. church. South, antl Is pros-
jierlng. It was established In 1900.
and the buildings and grounds are,
r.eat and well arranged. The approx
imate value of the property $S000
antl $5300 has recently been raised
on a $10,01111 endowment. A new lab
oratory has been put in this year. It
also ha.s r splendid physical appara
tus. The buildings consist of a dor
matory. three stories high, three reci
tation rooms and a chapel. The dor
mntory also has a basement. There ,
was enrolled last year 135 pupils and '
98 have enrolled so far this year. It !
is expected that the number this term 1
will be larger than ever before.
While the institution Is under thei
auspices of a church, yet pupils are I
lu attendance from all of the dlffertnt I
religious denominations. Students!
are received from high schools and'
public schools and are given a four)
years' college course. The manage-1
ment claims that the outlook of the ,
school Is the best In Its history. .
W. C. Howard is president of the,
college and is a native of Oregon. K ;
W. Jones, assistant. Is a native of In-
dlana. Miss M. E. Winulford has
New Books at
Confession of a Wife, by
Mary Adams, the most talk
ed about book of the day.
Castle Caneycrow, by the
author of Graustark.
The Fortune of Oliver Horn.
The Highway of Fate.
Temporal Power by Corelli.
Donovan Pasba by Parker.
Paul Kelver by Jerome.
' nrpiiaratOIT depart
: nx Wall. muBlc MIM
..locution. M. H. An
,prs0 hns charge of the ''f",t
Ilcjuirtment and Kcv. O. H. Oil Is
acent for the college umi i-" -
the local church.
rM Tlm and Old Timers.
rr,..l- ............. IIL-o. noiirlV all HOllltS
1 HIS l-UUlll.!. .... .. . -
f Oregon, has Its Interesting stories
... ,., ,i,n ml olrt timers: me
carly gtnlBBit.R nnd hardshliis and the
0Xt,0rlnKntIng In a new field. It Is
U)U1 how tne flrst trult raisers were
Iiu.,ju,,i at. and how the tarmers were
,(),d tluU vegetables would not grow
,n tllla cotlntry. hut only a few years
demonstrated that the Joke was on
,, , .i. i,,i faith In the pro-
nnnlltips of this soil. While
,,,,,.. nf ,i. i,i nioneers have pass-
things are left behind
nrp lmilpr nnw owners ami xne
owners have moved. Some of them
are better off and in bettor business,
and there are those who have failed.
There were the Stillmans, the
Evans, the Millers, the Fords, the
L'i..,o ,1... Tiorp tln Hulls, the
niinrches. Ilrowns. Arthurs. Coes. j
Mnrli-s. Frazlera. Ilerrys, Nichols
and many others that f u nis h a part
jo the most interesting histoi5 of the
Old Places bt.ll Good,
Fred Freudig now occupies the old
Stillman place, and although It was
settled many years ago. the present
owner would noi sen 11 ior tuuu iui
t Continued on pase 3.)
J 1 A'cx I
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It iireveuti cuanu;;, rednet,.iiul mupliue
ul tin- a Liu, soothe in.iamui.uii.il, iillays licit
ins unit Irritation, ami I'-" followed by sen.
;!e .il.r.c.itious of ( I Tl- 1 Ointment, tbe
. .it '-'l. n-l'. !'' of
., . .... 1 t:U.
THE BEER THAT MADE
UNEOUftlLEO FOR TABLE USE.
All kinds of imported lunches,
hot wiener t sauerkraut and
; , , t
P'K! ILt-1 31
rb n r 9 m o
WL.C.K & fijfl'S
M . 5. t ,T
Main btreets near Postofhce
IN CENTER OK BLOCK
BET. ALTA & WEBB BTH
For Health, Strength and fl
Pleasure Drink ::::::: 1
Murphy & Langever, Proprs J
Watch this space for bargains
The Big Clearance Carpet Sale at Failings. II J
want a carpet, rugs, lace curtains, portiers, wall paper, 1
will never get such low prices again.
The Standard, White, and Wheeler & Wilson S
Machines, oil, needles and parts tor all machines. A :
class repairer tor machine ana organs.
Phone Main 24
t. 1 B ,f IiiIiiTiiTiiIiiIiiIiiIi ilailsil
Nothiug can be more appropriate or add more to tie p
ures ot hte in the r.ome tnan a nign graue Viauu.
nn reason whv a piano should not be in every home. I
easy payment plan makes it possible. Drop in and leisj
S, L. WAKEFIELD & C(
Wareroom. on Court Street
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WINE IS MUSCATEL
We know this because ladies call for this de!taeH
age more than any other. Men say,
"T -Ai factoc a not hiii"
For the fruity flavor of our Muscatel has wonnw
to its side. Sold in bottles for 50 cents or oj -
l. f . TI,o mire lUlCeOI
ua iui ucilia a pittas, j. w
Grape gives health and pleasure.
Let Us Do
We do trucking and hauling
of all description at reason
Your horses will be well cared
for if taken to the Old Dutch
Henry Feed Yard, corner
West Alta and Lillith streets.
Hay, grain and all kinds of
feed bought and sold.
Horses for sale at all times.
WILLIAM CONNERLEY, Prop.,
Successtor to Hays & Connerley.
The Place lo Save M
Let Marpby Fr
WOrK uw- . j,
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