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Seasonable Goods Worth Remembering
Straw Hats 10c to $2.50 Each
Men's Golf Shirts
Our patterns are exclusive, our styles are the latest, prices al
ways modest 50c, 65c, 75c, $1, $1.25 and f r.50
Colors: Blue, Lavender, Brown and Flesh Colors; all sizes.
Big values 50:, 75c and $1 per garment
Men's and Boys' Shoes
$).25 to $4.50
Bae & Daley
One-Price Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers
t 1 1 . I NEXT PAYMASTER-GENERAL.
f Rml Scramble for i
Thomas Walsh, chief dispatcher at
r.,t CmmhU fnr a Lucrative An- I I n Rrnmlo hnn COUC East Oil a
Dolntment. days' visit. Ed Waisn is lining "
Washington. D. C.. May 5.-Tuo "l(a'n-who has been a
term of Paymaster-General Kenny of ' 'C'M' n n . v.. on the
mountain division for the past two
years, has been promoted to the posi
tion of extra conductor.
The four new freight engines wnicu
the navy expired today and lie was
placed on the retired list 011 account
of age. His successor will not be
ch03en until the president returns In
J?"e-.? aldL ere ' ? J'Lelr ! recentl arrived, ar? all lu service.
.rdt-nf " he Engine 304 blew out a low pressure
Pennsylvania legislature In reconi.
mending the nppomtnient of i'ay-uir-cctor
James N. Sieel, of that state. Is
believed by prominent officers of the
department to militate against rather
than to promote the chances for that
officer to secure the coveted houor.
Pay-Directors Hobbs, Harris and
Boggs. and Pay-Inspectors McDonald
and Aludd are the men now most
prominently mentioned for the suc
cession. The detail is for four years.
and as Directors Hobbs and Harris
1 cylinder head Monday evening, a few-
miles east or this city, and was sent
back to La Grande for repairs.
F. F. Wnnisley. who Is absent on a
30-dnys' vacation, Is expected home
The side tracks at Nolin will be ex-
Mnrsrnn who has been firing
a helper at Kamela for two years, has
been promoted to the position of engineer
The chairmen of the engineers ami
I I I I 1 1 1 1 I I I I I H I II I H I It I l 1 1 IKtflHI I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 It
TUESDAY. MAY 5. 1803.
Three thousand Chinese carpenters
nre on strike for better wages at
It is anticipated that the world's
supply of gold will be doubled in the
next 10 years.
Throughout the world about 3 per
cent or the people gain their living
directly from the sea.
Floors of rubber, claimed to be as
durable as asphalt and cheaper, are
being tried in Germany. j
It has been estimated that no less
than 25,000.000 peojlo annually attend
the circuses of Americn In one sea
son. The mechanical force of the sound
emitted from 5.000,000 to 10,000.000 1
cornets would equal hut one horse
The Portuguese attempted to estab-!
lish cattle farming In Newfoundland I
In 1553, but all traces of the animals j
they imported have been lost.
Uy putting aside their weekly pence ,
the school children of Atlantn. Ga.. '
have saved enough to purchase an el-'
ephant for the local zoo. j
The French chamber of deputies
has adopted an amendment to the
army hill appropriating $240,000 to
provide wine for the soldiers.
W. U Davis. Portland.
L. Cunningham, Portland.
Alena Huff and sister, Atlantic
Sirs. M. Cresemon. Walla Walla.
C. F. Smith. Athena.
E. H. Durke. Portland.
C. F. Weiss. Freewater.
J. A. Baxter. Walla Walla.
Charles Carr, Woolley.
R. M. Needham. Sommervllle.
E. J. Wood. Portland.
R. A. Seeds. Spokane.
A. J. Fletcher, Republic.
J. G Helfrlch. Spokane.
F. J. Berg. Walla Walla.
I E. McBee. Echo.
H. A. Zimnier. Xampa.
.1. W. Murray. Caldwell.
J. B. Eddy. Portland.
.1. (J. Nealon, Canyon City
A. E. Abel, Kellogg.
U B. Wohr. Star.
T. W. task. La Grande.
George Grout, La Grande
H. A. Morse. Pilot Rock
It. Bollthe, Pilot Rock.
Blanche Rolston, Pilot Rock.
Harry Benton and wife. Elgin.
Mre. C. A. Stingley, La Grande.
S. H. Carnahan. Elgin.
D. C. Leeds. Haines.
Mrs. D C. Leeds. Haines.
F. C. Leeds. Haines.
have only' two year's ,0' serve before firemen's grievance committees are
reaching the retiring age. tney may , i """"
be passed over for a younger man. . J
The position of Paymaster-General ' J"st Received,
nf the .Van- is one reatllriuc expert- ,Mv new line of carpets Is Just in.
ence In the naval service, business ' 1 have some of the handsomest de
qualitles of a high order, executive 1 signs lu carpets ever shown in the
and administrative abilities, and in- city My line of mattings, rugs and
dividual force and tact. I curtains is hard to beat. Drop in
' and examine them. 1 can save you
COMING EVENTS. ; money JOSEPH BASLER.
May 6 State camp Modern Wood- J The man who is everybody's friend
men. The Dalles. , Is generally his own worst enemy
May 7 Graduation exercises at the
A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned
You cau wive from 25 to B0 per cent on the stock I have left . ,
ten nine ciosiuk urn. T"V""V"K fw8ioafiffnf-L:7
(wll them. I fcaveinaae iieavy reuuuuona in tne nrlee nf i.,Jr"
U1WC1VD tuga, uj 0'
All 60c and 65c linoleum I am closing out at 50c a yard
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I still have some hiph grade standard sewing machines left W
rmti, 1Q uti Pintftrna nnn iiMura fmmM vnn mm i 75 fmt
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JFSSR FAIITNfi. Store iiP5ir fh djj.
Pondleton Business College.
May T Oratorical high school con
May 8 Interstate scholastic debate
at Walla Walla.
May 8-17 Pacific Coast Congrega
tional Congress, Seattle.
May 12-15 Golf tournament.
Mav 14. 24 Seventh Day Adventlst
May 201. O. O. F. grand lodge, ,
May 20, June 3 Presbyterian gen
eral assembly, Los Angeles. Cal.
May 24-29 Commencement Peudle-i
ton Academy: 24. baccalaureate ser
mon: 27. class day. 2b. commence
ment: 29. alumni banquet.
May 23-2S Commencement week:
field day; 24, baccalaureate sermon;
25, juniors entertain seniors: 26. pub
lic program by juniors; 27. senior
class day: 2S. commencement
May 2S, 29 and June 12, 13 Wool
June 1 Circuit court
June 2, 3 and June 23, 24 Wool
June 4 Presbyterian Academy
June 5. fi Wool sals Thn Dalles.
June 9, 10 and June 2C, 27 Wool
sales, Shaniko .
June 15. 1G Wool sales. Baker!
June 11. 12. 13 Ninth annual re-
union. Umatilla county pioneers, at
June 17 Oregon Pioneer Assocla-,
Is sizzling, and fizzing, aid
bnbling with the
None out the best quality of
materials are used.
Snndae Only at
F. W. Schmidt's
The Reliable Drnggist
1-usioSin Block rhuw Main M
tt X7 -! Pjne T7- mlnrt4 .i 13 - . .
Delay will lead to serious breaks.
First-class work guaranteed by
BECK, the Reliable Plumber.
Court street, opposite the Golden Rule Hotel
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3 Sharpies Tubular Dairy Cream Separator
741 MAIN ST.'
Beats them all for olose skimming
and easy running, no disc or bowl
The closest skltumiui? and mulct ...
Separator yet produced.
adverse circumsuinceft as rpimM tn .
1 1 it Inn flfld tpmiwrntntu nf 4Kn !m V
liereiornre fotiiriprH imnn&aliin tj.ii
j ---" ' t-v..vv vivatu UJUI WUJU
mil ninro iiiittop ihan pan u
iirfpr Nprmrntfir In g htAtiA i ... a
ly and completely washed Inside of fiwo!
utes, as there are only three pieces to the boi
The Sharpies Tubular machines are the a
simple i na uur&uie made, and can be nuloa
ea ui a iesf cost ior on auu renewal pirtsll
ii.y claiui Dt-jiaittwir uu me inarEei.
For catalogue, address:
T. C. TAYLOR, The Hardward N
Still Unsettled .
Last Saturday a meeting of the
electors of the Bend school district
was called for the purpose of voting
a bonded indebtedness of 11200. After
It Is estimated that the recent In-1 the meetine was rnlli,! to nr.lnr n Hnn onr,nj
crease in the pay of railroad employes j question in regard to previous acts June IS, 19 Wool sales Elgin
throughout the United States affects j of the school board was raised. Words June 23 24 25 State Fede-ation of
CO,000 men. Involving a cash outlay , Hew back and forth, and the meet- Women's Clubs, Astoria
for 1903 of $38,350,000. j lug finally broke up In a general row, July 2 Eastern Oregon G R. en-
It was a Japanese scientist. Prof. . leaving the bond nuestlon still to be I -:arapment. Union
Kltasto. famous as a mlcroscoplst. settled. liend Bulletin. . July 6-10 Forty-second annual , "
who discovered that the long, narrow i Fooling With Uncle Sam. i meeting National Educational Asso- Real BARGAINS in REAL ESTATE
lockjaw germ lives in ,-r.e earth and j Thursday's stage going toward elation. Boston. Mass. M ,r
can only work at its dangerous trade , Prineville. brought about two weeks' JuI-v 7 Improved Order of P.edmen , NEW TODAY
wnen uurieu ueer in ; wini'ia wnore ; mall, which the postmaster at Silver ; S?at council. Portland
no air can reach it Lake refused to handle, and dumped ' August 17 National C. A
It President Lojlc: goes to London . it off at the Deschutes nostoftlce. ! ?ampment. San Francisco.
xo return the visit which the Kirig in- This high-handed manner of handling
itnos paying mm ia May. this v,v be ; uncle Sara s mall is the result of an
the first act of the kind by the chief
of state in France since Napoleon III
and his consort went over to Wind
sor In April 1S33. during th- Crimean
wur, at the Invitation of the imeeu
order sent to the Silver Lake post
master by Judge Daly of Lake coun
ty. The order stated that the Sllvei
Lake office should handle no mail
from Crook county until all danger
Pieniont .Moriran line n rnM iiinnnrlof smallpox was over. Bend nullp-
scrvlce said to be worth JSO.OOO. tln-
which wns presented to him by Wll-j
Ham H. Vandcrbilt when he (Mnr-' a Sure Thinq
san) mado an cxtensivi sale of Kew '. ,, ,, , ... .
ork Central stock in Euro. it is l , 't'3 sal.1' that nothing is sure except
1 1000 buys :X)x5a2 f.-et d Hichtly !
R- en. tiuiliiitu; projierty, nurtli Mtie. J
September S-ll-National irrigation - 1 5
ngress. Ogden. Utah. I "VT
i - ..,0 u.'iiii mill ,
' eorner and pwd o-nxuu house. 2
1200, corner lot, and co.tage iH-nrly i
a reproduction of a sen-Ice n the
Britisli royal family. Put the Morgans
are not fond of display nnl spMoik
death nnd taxes, but that is not alto
gether true. Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption Is a sure cure for
oil lung nnd throat troubles. Thous-
I andR can testify to that. Mrs C. B.
Van Metre, of Shepherdtown, W. Va
i says: "I had a severe man nf hrnn.
Mil.,. nvn . n. - !'t,Aam! 'or a y.car tried everything
i n ; 7 . . " 1 1 avaTa ol- ul" sol no reuer. Ono hot
Notice to Water Consumers,
All 11H lllp on nn .1 . . 1
.... ui,n uuw uuc uuu j new,
iiojraiue ui iuk wuiur worKS omce i tirm r ... i . .1 ,
on or before the 10th day of the ' , ,:M5o0 f,mr , aUd "J' ndul
month. Please call and settle and d''0'-. ,ry chtap prorty.
avoid the water being turned off ,"UW ". nuge of towii.)iou-,
J F BB.OWV oarn, JW) fruit trcew.
Superintendent Waters Works vl2' lS BCre"-13 ,u.i'w f."" wu.
h . SOacies in cultiviitiou, 50 in
Acker's Blood Elixir nositivelv eUr I al' "l1 u,cel' -nOTm -'""tl
11 1 . . . 1 nuifr.
The Grand Trunk Gold Mil
Suinpter, Oregon, Gold Mining District.l
Is located upon the GREAT MOTHER
LODE system of veins and has for neigh
bors on th3t vein such well known
mines as the NORTH POLE valued at
$10,000,000. The COLUMBIA valued at
$5,000,000. GOLCONDA valued at$3,
000,000. THE MONMOTH G. M. CO'S
BELLE BAKER mine valued at $5oo,-
000. THE BALD MOUNTAIN valued at
$5oo,ooo. THE IBEX valued at $400,
000, and many others.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
of jail at Bozoman. Mont . Monday,
with a pen-lailfe.
An Ohio dairy firm Is seeking a lo
cation foi an extensive creamery
plant In Western Oregon.
The Ministerial Association of Eu
gene will endeavor to stop all Sun
day basoball in that city
The Southern Pacific has reduced
all Its track and carpenter forces by
iiau. on mo lines in Oregon.
tie of Dr. King's New Discovery then
cured me absolutely." It's infallible
for croup, whooping cough, grip, pneu
monia and consumption. Try it- It's
guaranteed by Tallman & Co.. drug
gists. Trial bottle free. Regular
sizes 50c. tl.
Stock Farm for Sale.
We have the Jas. Lindsay farm,
near Alba for sale. It consists of 610
The Southern Pacific Is collecting a,crcs''10 acrea ln timothy; more
ita for n new advertising folder. than 20. acres ,n wlld nay. which will
row timotny. A portion will grow
data for n new advertising
concerning Willamette valley.
Pearl Punlvnl. of Indenonden,,. , . "e a,an.c?. ,astur?i
in the lead for uueen of the Dallas j gooTbu, Wings ' " ,CnCM:
T' is ," !f" J,,ne- ' Will sellTone. two or three tracts.
... ... muni, mi.- nun i-uiiiniuuiiani i unsy terms.
of the soldiers' home nt Rosebnrir.
took charge of the Institution Friday.
Seventy-five delegates wore present
at tho opening session of the State
Federation of Labor meeting In La
A traveling evangelist is holding a
series of street meetings at Albany,
and Is causing much disturbance In
local church circles.
Tho body of C. E Hullnelc
drowned In tho Willamette Sunday,
has been recovered, at tho east end of
Burnaldo street, Portland. !
T. J. Clark, for tho past year trav
el ng passsnger agent of the nock
Island., lu Portland, has been trans
ferred to a higher position In tho
Carl Uoland, of Portland, a young
nan of 18, mysteriously rllsannnnm.i
from his homo Mondav. ana hnn
Bttiir."' uaau nearu irom. oui play
lAona, Spencer, the
''-telegraph'. operator. 'No
KUUy . Hiior nerwit .
BBNTLEV & II ARTS! AN.
J. A. Ouelledge, of Verbena. Ala.,
waB twice in the hospital from a se
vere case of plies causing 21 tumors.
After doctors and all remedies failed.
Uucklen's Arnica Salvo quickly cured
him. It conquers aches and kills
pain 23c at Tallman & Co.'s, druggists.
Ten Dollars Reward.
A brown mare, shod all round, with
a white stripe in her face and wear
ing a saddle with a coat tied on be
hind, has ttrayed away from the vi
cinity of aibbon station. Ton dollars
reward will be paid for tho return of
tho outfit to Henry mu, Helix, Oregon.
ZlllT, -.!! i fa ftSSE; to
ned. WnnTiToo V :V,.:"mu: x"lna crop ine uded.
" """aiuiu me-'e are etrire v new nHVrs. imt l
have luany mure and would like uu
i opportunity U talk them over With
After a man is married he begins to you
lose his conceit. !
; E. T. WADE
E. 0. BUILDING
yu lre sood complexion use
Mokl Tea. a nuro harhHM, i.
on tho liver and snkea iha .kin
Cures tick head-
smooth and clear.
Out door exercise means
improved health and a
All Kinds of Sporting
and Pleasure Goods
No matter what game or
pastime your fancy runs
to, you can Rut the
goods to promote it at
Enjoy Life ATER TANKjj
The Grand Trunk Gold Mining and
Owns its Property Consisting of 160 Acres of RlchfJold Bewltt l
It has no indebtedness of auv character
It lias a conservative mining and business manigemes-j
It is ottering 50,000 shares of stock at 15c per simi
It will become n rlivirinit.t naucr in a short IIIUK.
It will pay you to write us for full particulars and iJ
Careful investigation nf its merits.
It has the indorsement of mining men, business me
bankers of Eastern Oregon.
Write 11s today and let us post you.
We make a Specialty of Building Round ! j
or Square I 4
Book and Stationery Store
We make them right and they
always give satisfaction Our
work is never slighted or botched
Miners, Brokorsand Financial Agents,
BAKER CITY, OREGON.
Or R. S. BRYS0N, Local Agent, Pend!eton, Oregon.
Our V.rMf Mintnn T nn C....tnar OfOP
-.t) i4itiiQ iwUlla WII vJHHij'i.'-
District Free on Application
Pendleton Planing Mill
and Lumber Yard.
IiOliKNT Fokstkk, Prop
WHAT IS THE USE
of sufforlng from Indigestion If you
eat what you want, or of starving
yourself, to avoid such dlstresaT
Acker' Dyspepala Tablet taken after
ache.. 25 cte. and B0 ctaT Moner re-1 ZT"' 5f .P"
tWMd it it dooa not satisfy you. I svmnimr", V. "".,l"D .u'afoemo
WESTS h Sais: .TVraK
peaaaipie. W, H Bofcafdt I and take an Acker TahUt nrt.rJ'
TZ-ir.. aa--.Jr you
Help wanted to harvest tho straw
urry crop in me vicinity of Milton
mid Freewater. The crop promises
to bo unusually largo, and outside
help will be needed. There will be
employment for a large number of
persons ln harvesting tho crop. Fnm
Ilea who wish to take a six weeks out
and comulne pront with pleasure
are Invited to coiuo up to the .Free
water strawberry fields. Capping
grounds will be furnished tree.
Twonty-flve ,eent ni- 1-
for picking. Address N. W. M,Tm.
r-H-4 1 H"H"l"H-. 1 am
.ii i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 i
Nicely mowed Lawns are easily maintained
Easy Running Lawn Mowers.
1 ney are made on the, correct principal, lonEu
operate them. Let us supply you with GAKL"1
Best goods at lowest prices. : :
Thompson Ha6Vae Co
62 Main Street
EVERYTHING! IH Til HARDWARE W""
Headquarters for Fishinc Sunolies.
how do you vrk
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