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WEDNESDAY, APUIL 22, 1003.
Toadies oxfords, light and
heavy soles, which range
from $1,50 to 3. In ladies
shoes we have a full line of
the latest styles -that will
please. all, and we will take
erly htted you will never have
bunions or enlarged joints to
disfigure your feet and cause
you pain. WE FIT THE
t Dindinger, Wilson & Co.
Phone Main 1181
Good Shoes Cheap
PERSDHAL MEITIO. ;
STOCK IN WALLOWA.
Sheep Losses Have Been Heavier
Than Usual Cattle and Horses
About the 8ams.
"Wallowa, Oregon, April 22. (Ed
itor East Oregonlan) In reply to
yours of April Gth, concerning
stock losses would Bay that Bhecp
losses have been heavier than usual.
I think live per cent will about cover
the loss:. There has not been more
than the natural loss of cattle. Con
siderable loss of horses where not
fed. Can not glvo estlmato of per
cent of loss on cattle and horses.
Yours very truly,
Stock Inspector Wallowa County.
Many Buyers at Heppner.
W. P. Courtney, of Wnlla Walla, Is
In the county buying stock for the
Frye-Bruhn Company, of Seattle. He
shipped over the W. & C. R. a car
load of fnt beeves bought of J. A.
Guridarlan, of Birch Creek. He Is
also trying to buy mutton lambs, but
declares that the sheep men are
holding their stock too high that
they will realizo before long that
present figures with a tendency up
ward, cannot possibly be maintained.
Sir. Courtney states tliat there wore
last week In and around Heppner 13
buyers of mutton sheep who left
without making any purchases on ac-
count of tho prices asked being out
of their profitable reach.
F. & S. Bitters
The great System Tonic.
The remedy that is so
popular because of its
real mirit. Now is the
time to take F. & S. Bit
ters and tone up your sys
tem. One bottle is equal
to a month's recreation.
TALLMAN & C2:
MIbs Olive Itlgby Is quite 111.
H. 'L. Swaggart went to Athena
Charles Holdaway loft this morning
for Thunder Mountain.
Floyd Andorson went Monday out
to his claim near Pilot Rock.
Norrls Dodrt, of Iowa, Is the now
phnrmnclst at F. W. Schmidt's.
F. E. James has been appointed
doputy sheriff by Sheriff Taylor.
George Ferguson Is again on duty
at Teutsch's after a sovore attack of
J, J. Roulstono, of Adams, was in
tho city yesterday on route home
W. C. Mnrlon, of Walla Wnlla. road
mnstor for the W. & C. R., was In
tho city yesterday.
A. S. Qunnt, the Alba merchant,
was In tho city yesterday en route
homo from Portland.
C. I.. Bell, or Colorado Springs, Is
In the city visiting with his sister,
Mrs. C. E. Troutmnn.
J. G. Cutler, civil engineer for the
W. & C. R.. Is In tho city. Mr. Cut
ler resides in Walla Walla.
While In California recontly A. D.
Stillman met John Holler, who was
on his way to Arizona to locate.
W. E. Loyd started on his return
to Spokane this morning. Ho has
be'eh' visiting Mrs. E. A. Shcppnrd.
The Misses Bessie and May Lock
wood, of Helix, wore In tho city yes
terday en routo to Athena on a
Miss Nova Lane has recovered
sufficiently from her recent severe at
tack of grip to resume her school
Mrs. A. H. WHhe has returned
home to Baker City. She has been
tho guest of her Bon, T. G. Aston, for
O. F. Bonis, of Missoula. Mont
started on his return homo this
morning. He has been visiting his
brotlier-in-law, J, E. Bennett.
L. Stubblcfleld yesterday shipped
to Caistcns Bros.,- of Seattle, two
carloads of fine fnt hogs bought ot
u, W. Hunt from his Echo ranch.
R. King and family left overland
yesterday for an extended trl;
through Washington. It Is hoped Mr.
King's health will be benefited by the
1a Straus, tho superintendent of
tho scouring mills, will next week
tako up his residence at 412 West
Alta street, In tho residence vacated
a few days ago by J. W. Krause.
Harry Ritner, formerly of this
place, has been working for Senator
Clark In tho Arizona copper fleldB. A,
D. Stillman met Mr. Ritner a few days
ago In San Francisco. Mr. Ritner
was then on his way to do prelimin
ary surveying for the Salt Lake &
Southwestern Railway Co., which has
a short line to the head of the Gulf
of California projected.
and a program of sports has been ar
ranged that .will keep visitors Inter
ested all the time. The hilarity will
begin with a monster street parade
at 2 p. m. and from that 'time until
10 p. m. there 'will be something do
ing ovcry minute. Tho special excur
sion train from Pendleton will leave
tho Washington & Columbia River of
fice at corner of Main and Webb
streets, at 7:30 a. m. Faro for tho
round trip will bo $1, and you will
mlsB the tlmo of your life If you
Wants Another Bridge.
J. J. Baumgardner Is today circii'
lating a petition to the city council
to mako an appropriation for the
erection of a wagon bridge across
the river at or in tho vicinity of the
Walters flouring mill. If the council
takes action in the premises the
bridge will bo built by an nppropri
ntlon direct from the general fund
of tho city.
Excursion to Walla Walla.
Tho Walla Walla city council and
the Commercial Club havo joined
hands with the Woodmen of the
World for tho May day celebration,
Our Laundry Methods
appeal to every thinking man.
We call for your wahlug when
everyou say the word; we laun
der It immediately; we return It
to jour hoiife at tho hour prom
ised. It will cost you but little
to ascertain whether or not this
Is an Idle boast. We court the
Court and Thompson Streets.
"EL SID EL O
Is Manufactured fev
SAM'L I. DAVIS, Y CA
ASK FOR "BANKER" SIZE
2 for 25c
ALLEN & LEWIS, Distributors
Drunken Necro Cuts Henry Shorter,
Who Was Attempting to Help Him
A stabbing affray took place In tho
renr of tho Louvre this morning about
8 o'clock. Tho parties engaged In
tho altercation were both colored.
Georgo Dixon, the bootblack, It Is
said, was lying half drunk In the
rear of the saloon, when the Louvre's
bootblack, Henry Shorter, undertook
to get him off tho premises and to
bed. It Is said that Dixon remon
strated about being disturbed, nnd
while Shorter wob about to enter the
renr door of the saloon Dixon unex
pectedly assoultcd him from behind
with a, pocket knife. Shorter was
struck once, nbout half way from the
neck to tho point of the right shoul
der. The blow was directly down
ward, and not slashing,' and made a
narrow but deep cut. The wound
was nearly two inches In dopth, and
not over three-fourths of an inch
across. It bled profusely and is quite
painful, but not particularly danger
ous. It is Bald that Dixon has a
"record" in Portland. He has been
In Pendleton but n few months, nnd
only lest Thursday was released
from tho. city Jail, whore ho served
an eight-day sentence for drawing a
knife on a man with whom he was
quarreling. He was Immediately ar
rested and Is in jail.
Last evening nt tho Methodist par
sonago on Thompson street, were
mnrrled F. Pratt Harwood, of Omaha
to Miss Lulu D. Newport. Rev. Rob
crt Warner officiating. There wore
present H. G. Newport, the bride's
fnthor, W. H. Babb and wife, nnd
Mrs. W. H. Boyd of Echo, Rosb New
port and Harry Rogers, and Thomas
Sherldnn of Butter Creek. The
groom, who Is general mnnngcr at
onmlm, of the Anchor Fence Compa
ny,. will return to Omaha In a fow
days. His wlfo will follow about
May IB, and they will make their
home In Omaha. The bride is the
daughter of the contractor who is so
well known In railroad circles and
by scientific irrlgationists nil over tho
West. With his daughter ho came
West about two years ago from Mln
ncnpolls, where ho was engaged in
railroad contract work for a number
A NEW SANITARIUM
BEING ERECTED IN
PENDLETON BY MRS. LEACH.
There are now at Hunt's Junction
seven carloads of steel ready to be
put into tho w. &. c. It, river bridge
at Pendleton. The resumption of
work on the bridge depends, first
upon when the remainder of tho
steel will arrive. It Is all ordered.
Also upon when the bridge gang
which will finish the work Is rendy
to enter upon It. The contractor who
Is to finish It is now engaged on
contract work for tho O. R. & N.
First Consignment of Wool.
Four carloads of this year's crop
of wool are standing on the track
at tho O. R. & N. yards awaiting
unloading for uso in the scouring
mum. This is the very first consign
ment of wool to be shipped in here
tins year. There are BO.000 pounds.
nnd It Is tho product of the flocks of
J. E. Oulllford, of Echo, nnd of the
Corrlglll flocks of the same district.
Joe Baseler to Build.
Joseph Basoler. the furniture man.
will build the coming summer, a two-
story brick building on tho 60-foot
lot Immediately north of the Colum
bia lodging house, which he some
time ago purchased of Gus LaFon
taine. Twenty-fivo feet of the build
ing will extend clear through to Cot
Central Labor Union.
Tho charter for a central labor
union Is expected to arrlvo dally, tho
application having been sont In. Tho
next meeting of tho central council
will bo held next Monday night, at
which time It is expected that the
charter will havo arrived, and also
mat tno bartenders' charter will bo
here, and that order also have repre
sentation in tne central council.
Labor Hall Proposition.
Tho Socialist Club meeting last
night considered the proposal to
build a labor hall in this city, but
did not tako action further than to
decide to refer tho (inflation to a
mass meeting of committees from the
club Itself and from tho various labor
unions of the city.
Will Overlook the Entire City and
Have a Capacity of Fifty Patients,
Cost About $4,000.
Dr. Sablna W. Ieach has begun
tho erection of a sanitarium in this
city that is to cost between $4000 nnd
15000. It will have 20 rooms Includ
ing the ward room, reception room,
kitchen and dining room, besides
bath room's, closets and dispensary.
It will bo 34x56 feqt In size and threo
stories in height, Bnd be built upon
the hill nt the Intersection of Bluff
and Marie streets.
This is one of the prettiest loca;
tlons for an Institution of the kind
that could be selected In Pendleton,
as It overlooks nearly every build
ing In the city. The Btructuro will
be of frame, and completed it will
hnvo a capacity of from 35 to 50 pa
tients, besides affording a residence
for tho usual complement of nurses,
nnd other regular attaches of tho In
stitution. It will be hented with hot
nlr plant and be modern In every
respect and throughout.
It will be equipped with a complete
Biilto of baths magnetic, thermal
and herbal, besldeB plain nnd Turk
ish baths. Mrs. Leach's purpose Is
also to carry upon her staff of at
taches a mnsscur and masseuse, and
be equipped in every way to glvo tho
most advanced and up-to-date treat
ment or her school of medicine tho
At this Juncture tUo excavating Is
completed nnd the contract for tho
stone work let. Work upon tho foun
dations nnd basement walls will bo
begun this week nnd tjio contract for
the carpentering let immediately after
the stone work Is finished. It Is
Mrs Leach's Intention to have the
hiuldlng ready for occupancy by the
end of the summer at .least. Shu de
clares thnt she has already applica
tions enough to give the institution
quite a membership of patients if it
were finished now.
Mrs. Leach has been practicing
medicine according to the miagiietlc
liorbal school for 23 years, and has
had patients In Kansas City, San
Jose, Cnl., Portland nnd many other
towns In the West and Middle West.
She has practiced In many of tho
smaller towns, such as Dayton,
Wash., and Moscow, Idaho, and has
had quite a clientele. In an unobtru
sive way, In this place and vicinity
Blnce she came here about two years
ago to vlBit with her sons and daugh
ter. In fact, It was her Increasing
practice hero that has Induced her
to locate here and build a sanitari
um. Mrs. Leach will tako and treat
chronic cases of any and all kinds,
professing particularly to look for a
clientage from the ranks of patients
who "have been given up" by the
other schools of medicine. She will
also treat victims of alcoholism,
morphine, cocoaine, or opiates of any
kind, including coffee. Her system
of medication is very simple and of
the so-called "natural" school.
Why uso gelatino and
spend hours soaking,
and coloring when
produces bettor results in two minutes?
Everything in tho package. Simply add hot
water and set to cool. It's perfection. Abur.
prise to the housewife. No troubla, less ex
pense. Try it to-day. In Four Fruit Fla
vors: Lemon. Orange, Strawberry, Hasp.
Deny. At grocers, inc.
The genuine, the bicycle
which is the undisputed
leader, is handled in Pen
dleton only by us. Come
in and see the Racycle.
Charter for Bartenders.
Advices havo been received from
Portland to tho effect that favorable
action was taken by tho State Bar
tenders' union on tho application
for a ronowal of the local charter, and
tho chartor is expected to arrlvo at
Jacob Kramer Dead.
Jacob Kramer, aged 76 yoars, died
Monday of paralysis after an Illness
of a year, at his home in tho south
ern part of the county. Tho funeral
will be hold today at Vinson.
Suffered Eight Months
I can heartily recommend Acker's
Tablets for dyspepsia and stomach
troubles. I havo been suffering for
eight months and tried many reme
dies without rollef, until I got Acker's
Dyspepsia Tablets, which I used only
a short tlmo and am now porfectly
well. Thanking you for tho speedy
recovery, I am gratefully yours, Fran
cis I. Qannor, Vancouver, Wash. Send
to W. II. Hooker & Co., Buffalo, N.
Y for a free trial package. (Nothing
llko .them,) F. W. Schmidt & Co,,
A HUMMER WEI
We propose to .make this a HUMMER 'WEEK'aV
We shall offer all our new Spring Goods at prices th i
competitor will meet. We have the coods and
the prices, and they will be so reasonable that No Tn
ornji a jj.iv i j i lajj .u waoisjiiil; goods a n.1
prices. We feel confident we can save you tno
fvprv nurcha'c made at our store. W .
t- rzA rw.. tzAr. r-i..L!.. "re W'tl
Hats, snoes, XNouons, v-usiom lauor suits. Evemi
irnPB- nnthinf reserved. Come antl Ipam U 'I'm
LYONS MERCANTILE CO.
. The Leaders In Pendleton
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everything in the line of 8,
2ii Court Street
A GRAND LINE 01
Fresh, New, and Host Desirable Colorings
Jap Silk bought by us dirict from the
prominent Japanese Manufacturer., SA1
OUR CUSTOMERS THE JOBBER'S PRO
Japanese and China Silk at
We oav particular attention to
silk department. See our north wind
The Big Boston Stoi
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CAKPETS CUi rwv
H7 l.nim Garnet M
enough for rooms, th
Will close out ai ,'"
M. A. RADJ
MA TUT ANT) WEBB
Undertaking Parlors In U
Have Yow Water Pipes Examined and Repj
Delay will lead, to serious breaks.
First-class work guaranteed by
BECK, the Reliable PM!i
Court street, opposite the Golden nine n
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