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DAILY CAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1W.
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The height of perfection iin Tail
oring has been attained in onr lines
of Spring Clothing. Eaoh garment
has a distinguishing style which
together with many other notable
points has bought our olothing in
great favor with the conservative
See out Suits, from
$10.00 to $12.50
Baer fr Daley
One price Clothiers,
Furnishers & Hatters
RIDGE AND VICINITY
FOUR THOROUGHBRED BULLS
RECENTLY FROM THE EA8T.
Ten thousand men nro on sttiko at
The forests of Maine nro ablaze in
30 .different localities.
A boy anil slrl tiled on the streets
of Brooklyn from heat prostration.
A company capitalized at $50,000,
000, has been organized at Trenton,
N. J for the mnnnfacturo of powder
The dropping of a kerosene lamp In
an office building at Lincoln, Neb.,
caused a $125,000 lira and prostration
of 15 firemen from heat and smoke.
.llev, Henry Storoy, of Richmond,
Mich., dropped a kerosene lamp. He
was burned to death and his wife so
severely burned Bho will probably die.
A Salt Lake boy 1G years old, no
il cidcntally came in contact with nn
fl nleotrlp. Iloht wlrn nnd rprnlvpd thn
full force of 1C.O0O volts. He lives
nnd will recover.
A' whale off the coast or Massachu
setts fouled the nets of two men who
were fishing from a row boat and
towed the boat 120 miles out to sea
In four hours' time,
The West Point military reserva
tion is to have Its first enlargement
since the school was toumled. Two
hundred and twenty ncres will bo
added at a cost of $20,000,
There Is an epidemic of diphtheria
and measles among the 1,100 students
at the nnvnl training station at Now
port, R. I. Tho barracks will bo disin
fected nnd tho boys put In open air
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
Tho Washington Stnto Sunday
acnooi Association Is now in session
Tho Unitarians of the entlro North
west nro now holding a general con
ference In Seattle.
W. W. Bowers', of Forest, I'a.. has
bought n 30,000-ucro tract of timber
land nt Clatsknnio, Wash.
A rich strike has been made In the
Cable Cove district, near Sumuter.
some of the ore going as high as $310
The strike of mill workers nt
pioyers conceding to ii raise of 110 a
month In wages.
A banquet of 4U0 plates will bo
ispread at Hotel Washington, Seattle,
TRaturilflv nftpnutnn nn tltn imnialmi
jof the president's visit.
Tho Ire8tlVtrlnn lriMiernl nsunmlilv
now. In session at Los Angeles, has
taken action toward unsentlng Semi-
tor Smont, of Utah.
Because n Juror- went to sleep In
thq trial of a civil caao over -nosscs-
alon of n shooting gallery, tho court
has granted n rehearing.
Tho first excursion train on the
Qoldendalo road will bo run Saturday.
wnen tno people win celebrate tho
opening of tho road to traffic.
A collision between a IukkIiii; train
and a Northern Pacific freight train
tecurred In tho Olympln yards Wed
nesday, In which 10 cars were wrecK-
"-'Charles areeu. of Woodburn. has
been bound over for brenlclnc a nlato
fglass and robbing a store. Ho Is but
li) .years of ago and this Is his first
. A swarm of hues has taken nn Its
"abode In a hollow Iron pipe supiort-
mg mo u, u. u water tank and It Is
almost impossible to use the tank on
A. 11. Galloway, Portland.
R. W. Blakely, Portland.
N. B. Flsk. Chicago.
E. W. Bugham, Chicago.
W. S. Berdau, Chicago.
C. K. Johnson, Now York.
S. U Cohan, Ashland.
R. K. Tnylor, Portland.
F. S. Green, Portland.
B. P. Lee, San Francisco.
Tom C. Grant, San Francisco.
G. S. Youngmnn, Portland.
is. li. canon, Portland.
D. Shllts, Spokane.
J. H. Klnnckllng, Spokane.
W. H. Boyd, Echo.
T. N. Hilhler. Washington.
E, I. Davis, Washington.
R. A. Seeds, Spokane.
E. H. Burke. Portland.
Golden Rule Hotel.
A. W. Kelly, McKay.
E. J. Wood. Portland.
C. Burroughs. Portland.
Miss O, M. Quary, Milton.
W R. Mi-Roberts. Spokane.
M. A. Christian, Forest Grove.
.1. P. Connelly, city,
.1. W. Spence, Portland.
J. R. Rich, Boise.
E. W. Jnuts. Des Moines.
Airs. E. W. .fauts, Des Moines.
W. W. Bobbins. Sumpter.
E. M. Hart and son. Huron.
J. W. Watson, St. Paul.
Mrs. N. E. Walker and son, Sherman,
Twenty-four Timber Land Seekers
Invade the John Day Country
One Consignment Stock .Being
Driven to the Mountains Variable
Ridge, May lft. C. B. Wade, of
Pendleton, sent out four thoroughbred
Hereford bulls to his Dlxlo ranch
near Alba, last week. These 'animals
are said to hnvo been purchased In
tlto East at good prices. One of them
Is said to have weighed 2,000 at 4
years old. and nil were reported as
P. E. Fletcher was transacting
business in the city ot Pendleton last
Mrs. John oKarney, of Pendleton,
In visiting with her parents, Mr. and
Airs. J. a. uwiiies. at present. Her
little daughter has been sick, but Is
Burr Hlnklo has again rented the
Gorman e3tate at Willow Springs
which Is now handled by the state of
William Fharnwold was transacting
(justness in the vicinity of Nye, a to
C. M. Kearney, of Pendleton, was
vismng mends in tills locality aim
F. F. Fletcher, of Nye, was visiting
friends and relatives in this part last
L. A, I.insner made a trip to his
Bridge creek ranch this week on bus
iness. H. B. Owings has been on the sick
I.st for ibo past few days, but la
getting all right again.
John Kearney, of Pendleton, was
visiting In this locality Sunday.
Thomas Ogle made n trio tu Pen
dleton and to his wheat farm north
of Pendleton this week. He was on
All the cattlo of the nulKhborhood
hnvu been taken to summer range.
Somo Into fenced pastures, others on
Mr. and Mrs. John Owings were In
Pendleton to see his sister, Mrs. Jar
vis nnd attend her funeral last Mon
day. Mrs. Sarah Helmlclw of Ukiah. was
caled to tho bedside of her mother,
airs, jams, or Pendleton, and attend
ed the funeral Monday last.
Our weather has been peculiar for
ttiu past few days, raining some and
some snow. Sunday two Inches of
snow roil at Gurdnno. Tho weather
Is quite cold, ranging from 38 to 50,,
unu ciouny with nigh west wind.
Some frost, yet no damage Is report
ed. M. E. Fletcher has had 'mu to hint
a now girl, to mutch his boj. He
stems proud if Jils yoiingsio.-.
Sheep to Mountain Ranges.
Tho Rtigg Brothers arc reported to
have moved all their sheep to the
Timber Land Seekers.
One of Pendleton's livery men Js'
leporieu to nave driven Into the .John
Day country with nine timber land
seekers last week, and thero were
reported to bo 15 more, Just from the
East, nnd ready to proceed on tho
trip by stage and othor conveyances
the first ot the week.
LARGEST LAND DEAL YET.
Reported Blalock Fruit Company Will
Take Over Thomas Lyon Ranch at
Cost of $100,000.
What will easily rank first as tho
largest land deal over consummated
lu the county, will be tho sale ot tho
Thomas Lyons place west of Walla
Walla, now pending, to the Blalock
Fruit Company. It Is understood that
the deal Is practically closed and that
Finch and Campbell, owners or tno
Blalock ranch, will bo In Walla Walla
tomorrow to sign up the papers and
take over the property.
The Lyons ranch lies Just west of
the city, adjoins the Blalock com
pany's big farm nnd consists of a full
section of the finest fruit and garden
land In the county, though at present
It Is being farmed to wheat. Real
estate men sav the land Is worth
easily $150 an acre.
Tho Intention of the Blalock people
It Is said Is to throw tho two tracts
together and make It tho largest mill
vldual fruit and alfalfa farm In the
Northwest. Mill creek and numerous
small streams traverse the new buy.
Walla Wnlla Statesman.
I can furnish fine range on tho
Orande Ronde river. 20 miles from
Elgin; land owned by private parties.
Address Box 44, Iji Grnndo, or.
Stock Cattle for Sale.
Have for sale 60 head of rows, 25
calves by side; 10 2-year-old heifers,
and 15 yearling heifers.
ELMER SPIKE. Echo, Ore.
Tho Japanese press is a unit in de
claring the opinion that Russia will
never lellnqulsh her hold on Man
churia, but on the contrary, Is liable
at any time to lormally declare It to
be a part of tho empire.
8lck Headache absolutely and per-j
iii.uiunuy curei uv us ne Mok Tea.
a pieasant nerb drink. Cures Consti
pation and Indigestion, makes von
cat, sleep, work and happy. Satisfac
tion guaranteed or money back. 25
cts and fiU cts. Write to W. H. Hook'
or & Co,, Buffalo, N. Y., for a freo
sample. V. W. Schmidt & Co.. drug,
J. A. Guelleilgo, of Verbena, Ala.,
was twico In tho hospital from a se
vere case of piles causing 24 tumors.
After doctors nnd nil remedies failed.
Bucklen's Arnica Salvo quickly cured
him. It conquers aches ami kills
pain, 25c nt Tallmnn & Co.'s, druggists.
Three-quarter sections of good
wheat land, of which one-half is In
grain, and nil lies fivo miles north
east of the city. A dwelling, two
barns and other outbuildings, nnd a
good wntcr system. Call at Oliver
& Co.'s grocery, or at tho homo of u.
W. Rlgby, 704 Thompson street.
If you are troubled with Impure
blood, Indicated by sores, pimples,
headache,, etc., wo would recommend
Acker's Blood Elixir, which wo sell
under a positive Guarantee;, ft win
always euro Scrofulous or 8yphllltle
poisons nnd all blood diseases. 50 cts
and $1.00. P. W. Schmidt & Co.,
Change In Time of President's Special
On request of various business
peopio of the city, the O. IL & N, Co.
has changed tho time of tho
train leaving Pendleton May 25th for
wuiin wniia to leave Pendleton nt
12 o'clock-, noon. Instead of 10 n. m..
I us auveruseu heretofore.
Stock For Sale
75 head of well-graded Shorthorn cat
1 registered Shorthorn bull.
50 head of horses, mares, geldings
and young stock, grade Clydes, and
10 head of Cleveland Bays.
15 head broko to work; weight, 1200
1 stallion, 20uo pounds weight, Clyde
Cash, or ,tlmo with bankable notes.
Address JOHN L. COX,
620 Thompson St.,
(Would like to dispose of stock 1
fore turning out on range.)
Tho airiitinn. ,i n,in nt n..i 1 tllla and bear In mind the
roulr's mines, on Vancouver Island. 1 trn,n !eav,es nt 1 o'clock noon,
ilalm the Western Federation of ;iJ lttK t mo no doubt will bo
i- . uiJuruciaieii uv inn iniHinnqn nAnnia
t&lllllUIM 1H UL III VI HIT CllUm miT HI Ml. ' ' " "Y " I'-w-imw,
JUort In their struggle. lml puuuc senerany, as it will only
(David Webb, a minor of Auaconda. ! c i v " 7E? .T, :"Ll
eft .a candle burning beside his bed 'the trio to Walli M tL"
uwuuy iiigni aim as a result lost i sir to Inavn onrllnr i.. i..
lis Jhouse and effects by flro nnd ' ,in sn l.v urine , Voi,.i
Is an especial feature of our
store. We realize our re
sponsibility and are very
particular in every detail,
using only the best and
purest drugs. It matters
not what physician writes
your prescriptions they will
be compounded by a. .com
petent) reliable pharmacist
when presented here and at
prices that arc always reas
F. W. Schmidt's
The Reliable Druggist
fiwtofficc Block, 1'honr Main iji
is the new 5c cigar
so much talked about
It's good qualities are
" Jast Try a
HELL & CO.
We have just opened k modern
ly equipped lnundry on Webb
street just east of the East Ore
gonian Building. We are pre
pared to do first class work
promptly Consult, pur list of
prices and give us -a trial. We
make special rates to families.
Phoni us and wu will call for your
laundry. Don't hund your clothes
to Chinese wash houses when you
can get it done better and with
less wear at our laundrv where
none but white help are employed
Stephens & Jordan
Phone Main 1101 Pendleton, Or.
THE SURE WAY
to Provcnt Pnouninnlii
tlon is to cure your cold when It
first appears. Acker's Englith Rem
edy will stop the cough In a night,
and drive tho cold out of your system.
Always a nulck nnd sura cure for
Asthma. Bronchitis, nnd all throat
and lung troubles. If t docs not sat
isfy you the druggist will refund your
money, Write to us for free sample.
W. H. Hooker & Co.. rtnfrnin -m v
m' r. W. Schmidt & Co., druggists.
A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned
You can save from 25 to SO per cent on the stock I have left Thu
genuine closing out ue ana xmm ouiung prices to a fljrure thst Zi
wmj urice or ..-. "
iell them. I have made heavy reductions
portieres, rugs, art squares ana mattings
All 60o and 05o linoleum I am dosing out at 50c a yard
All 30o and 50o wall paper I have marked down to 25o'dbp .
Oval framed French Plate Mirrors 3S fer.oeat off.
I still have some high grade standard sewing machines left W .i
are going fast so you had better come in at once. They are
from 18 up. Ploturea and picture frames you can have at hsT?;!!?
These are genuine bargains. It will pay you to come In and see in
JESSE FAILING, Store near the Bridge
I have the largest line of
Hammocks in the city for
you to select from. See the
display in our show window
T. C. TAYLOR, the HardwareMan
741 MAIN 8T. PENDLETON, ORE.
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On JUNE 1st we will top selling
goods at cost. Youthave only
three more weeks to buy goods at
White breakfast plates, perityzen. 81c
White pio plates, per doze' GOe
White eups and eauceiB, per. dozen, 99c
Common lamp cliimney8j.sitih 6e
Covered vegetable dish, 8$''
:-pint niclclo plated coffeepot, 55e
Woven wire wash boards,veacli, 39c
100-piece Hariland,dinner net, ,$27.73,
14-qt. granite dish pan, each, 50c
100 papor napkins, 15c
5 bunches matches, 5c . .
3 packages Sioux Stai'i!h,"25c
3 lbs, Gold Dust, 20c
3 2-oz. bottles Extractive
Granulated Sujrar, pdrack, $5.70
liaker'h Cocoa,25c '"' '!''
-1 pat;kag A. & H;.So!au, 25c
5 bare Owl Soap and jif Tar, 25c
Mocha and Java Colled, per pound, 30c
Some lines that are out are drop
ped this week.. Better buy that
dinner set now and save several
Have Yowr Water Pipes juid Repaired at
Delay will iea( t0 serious breaks.
First-class work guaranteed by
BECK, the Reliable Plumber.
Court street, opposite the Golden Rule Hotel