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Linen . . .
Fifty more mllltlamon with a
Hotchkiss gun and full uaulpnient.
have been milled to the force of state
troops nlready at Jackson, Ky.
Bombardment of the skies by can
non is to be used near Ottawa. On
tario, to Induce rain. The situation
is very alarming on account of forest
fires and drouth.
Representative l'ayne. ot New
Turk, chairman of the house commit
tee on ways and menus, declares that
the next session ot congress will not
touch either the tariff or trust ques
tions. lntelv retired anil
wealthy, cut his throat with a pen
knife and died. He had worked so
hard to accumulate his fortune that
his mind had given way.
Dynamite and cotton and waste
soaked with oil. have been found In
the basement of the Advontist sani
tarium at Battle Creek, Mich., con
tinuing rumors that nn attempt would
he made to destroy the Institution.
The row in the Philippines over the
friars has resolved Itself Into a ques
tion of supplanting the Spanisn
priesthood with clergymen from
America. The pope favors the
change, but the Spanish Influence is
tremendous anil hard to loosen.
The floods now devastating East
ern and Central Kansas are the great
est calamity that has over befallen
the state. No flood the state has ever
before experienced has come within
15 feet of reaching the level the
waters have already reached.
llussia stands firm in her Mnn
churian policy; so much so. that It is
believed in some circles that she will
not tolerate the all-round open com
mercial door. There are Indications
that Great Britain and Japan will
combine to break tho commercial
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
PnnYinn voted S1G.OO0
Robert E. Saltmarsh, an Oregon
pioneer, died at The Dalles Sunday,
A new oil burnor steamer is now
beine built at the Hoqunim. Wash
Over 30 tons of mn.l for Dawson
Is now lying stored In the postofllce
nt Vancouver, B. C.
Raymond Tnrnbrldge. aged 10. of
Ashland, died Sunuay ot lockjaw,
caused by u shot from a toy pistol.
t-.i a n..r w1u killed Ella Mtiudt
in Spokane, last January, has been
found guilty or murder in uie
Mrs. T. (1. Tolle. a patient In the,
Insane asylum, from Marlon county. ,
committed suicide Saturday by set-,
ting flro to her clothing.
Tim i tn nice department la Inves-!
tlgntlng the mysterious disappear
ance of two registered packages from
flio linker City postofllce.
The timber commissioner ot Wash-'
Ington has appointed 20 special dep
uties to patrol the forests during the
dry season, to prevent fires. I
The decomposed body ot Zaccarrl
Rossi, a Swiss tliubernian, who per-1
Ished In the forest flro last Septum-,
her. was found near Hoaqilim, Sun
The Cypress liwn cemetery ot San
Francisco. Is being boycottod by the
Federal I.abor Council, because of
the dlschargo ot members ot tho
Cemetery Workers' Union.
John R. Kissinger, of Elma, Wash..
v.-ho enlisted in the lG7th Indiana
volunteers at tho beginning of -tho
Spanish-American war, was tho first
iimn to submit to the yellow fever in-1
ocillatlon from a mosquito, in the ex
pertinents made during tho war.
C. H. Boggs, Portland.
Edward B. Starling. Portland.
Soth Cntlln, Portland.
Cl. S. Yoimgman. Portland.
E. B. Canon, Portland.
James Wing. Boston.
H. Houssmnn, San Francisco.
A. McMillan. Everett.
J. B Crosfleld. San Francisco.
E. II. Clarke, Pendleton.
D. Sliultz. Spokane.
Jim Elder. San Frnncisco.
S. Heathfleld, Spokane.
M. Ogdon. Portland.
B. Johnson. Portland.
H. Mcintosh. Portland.
J. Meadows, Portland.
J. Vanderllne. Kansas City.
Walter B. Day. Chicago.
F. E. Greene. San Francisco.
A. W. Glander. Portland.
E. W. Brighton. Portland .
J. T. Lnmblrth. Portland.
I? ii TiniY Portland.
L, Hasbrouck, Kansas Ulty.
H. Caston, Spokane.
0. Brown. Baker City.
R. Glendenning. Portland.
H. Hess, Denver.
D. Butcher. Denver.
Golden Rule Hotel.
.1 Knllv. Portlnnd.
Mlso M Kollv. Portland.
Mls3 O. Kotley. Portland.
J. A. Best. Weston.
Mrs. J. A. Heat. Weaton.
J. Rlzen. Weston.
Charles Taylor. Farmlngton.
M. D. Showalter. Farmlngton.
M. H. Torpey. Farmlngton.
C. N. I.iirkam. Farm'ngton.
M. Jones, city.
E. M. Cameron. Walla Walla.
E. Payent, Walla Walla.
O. E. King. I.ostlne.
C. I.. Stlckney. Similiter.
Mm V n.irrett.
J. C. Orasnionk, New York.
J. w. DInekliumo and wife
SI. Stewart, CIdgufleld.
F. J. Gardner, Portland.
S. A. Frans. Spokane.
R. I.. Stownrt, Portland.
H. P. Rolf, Wulla Wnlla.
J. Lournln, Boise.
Cliff. Bellinger. Salem.
John Under, North Yuklnin.
w E. Goudell. city.
George Iloclierdam. city.
C. Stover city.
Charles Johnson, city.
J. D. I.ee. Spokane.
R. McClalie, Walla wniia.
Mrs. O. A. Rose. Boise. '
James Pierce. Portland.
F N. Churchill. Spokane.
Georgo M. Froome. city.
A. E. Shlck. Athena.
J. W. Perrlngue. Adams.
T. J. Kirk, Athena.
William Wllcc. Tapper.
R Morrlton, Adams.
William Johnson, Freownter,
D. J. Kirk, Milton.
William Clarke, Freownter.
Hunh Mcintosh. Milton
C. Mcllngue, Portland.
a. Joyce, Portland. f M
C L. Downer. Spokane.
G. D. Galley, Portland.
J. W. Scott, Walla Walla.
A. J. Hall, Spokane,
W. I). .Marks, Spokane. f
P. J. Laurence, Boise.
J. B. Frnzlor, Milton.
J. H. Taylor. Karmlngton,
J. McKay, city.
A. G. Newton. Paris.
J. E. Davis. Canon.
J. H. Hall and wife. Milton.
B E, Mnrtln. Jonesboro.
J. A. Reld. Portland,
Miss v. Norboe, Portland.
Adnm Appoll. Portland.
W. 11. O'Hatr, Stockton.
W. L. Davis, Portland.
Biggest celebration In tho history
of Pendleton next Fourth ot July.
EGONIAN, pILETON. OREGON- MONDAY, JUNE 1,
DAILY EAST OR
NOTES FROM ECHO
VERY SUCCESSFUL YEAR
FOR THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Believed That an Increase In the
Teaching Force Will Be Necessary
Next Year The Money Is In Sight
for the Canning Plant.
Echo. May SO. The closing exer
cises of the Echo schools at tho -E
church Inst night was a matter
of absorbing Interest. Tho church
was packed to overflowing and many
could not gel insuio at mi. ic
grnm consisted ot songs, recitations,
drills, dialogues and readings, in
which the children acquitted them-
selves very creditably,
Successful School Year at Echo.
The school year which has just
closed here. Iuib. under the direction
of Miss Francella Duncan, been a very
...... Tiw mini renlstra-
HUCCU1III unv. ,
.i.. io in with nn nvernee attend
ance of ! Each and all the grndes j
are doing good work.
Miss Duncan has lieen In the
schools here for three years and the
place has been tendered her for next
yenr, hut she has not yet nccepted It.
a .. .,tiai.,,i for Rpvnn months '
Dim lioaiaiv.1 -
of the past year by Miss Moorhouse,
'and It Is thought i.int inree
' will he required for the next term.
, Yesterday and today wore very
warm days and garden truck and nl-
' !., ,.wvlnir vnrv ranldly. A
few more days of such weather will
start the haying In earnest.
D C. Brownell took yesterday
evening's train for Pendleton. He
says there will be nn Immense liny
harvest on Butter creek, and that
there Is great demand for hay. borne
300 tons have already been sold. The j
price offered Is ?s.
Mnntv in Slnht for Canning Plant.
H. C. Willis and wife returned
imm tiiolr Portland trln yesterday.
.Mr. Willis says that his cannery Is nn
assured success, with nlready enough
capital In sight to construct mo
plant. , , , ,
C S. Murfge has returned from his
vacation and assumed his duties at
the old stand with tne O. R. & N.
Fresh testimony in great quantity
is constantly coming in, declnrlng
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption. Coughs and Colds, to be
unequnled. A recent expression from
T. J. JlcFarr.mil, llentorvllle, Va..
serves as example. He writes: "I had
bronchitis for three years and doc
tored all the time without being
benefited. Then 1 began taking Dr.
King's New Discovery, and a lew not
ties wholly cuml me." Equally ef
fective In curing nil lung and throat
troubles. consumption, pneumonia
and grip. Guaranteed ny 'iniiman a
Co.. druggists. Trial bottles free,
regular size, 50c and $1.
MONEY NOTES AND ACCOUNTS.
Heavy Taxpayers Give in Large
Amounts of Cash and Notes.
The following list ot taxpayers
have given m the amounts of money,
notes ami accounts sc opposlc their
rame.3. : mtt H. S'orgls. i. Pen
dleton. Is the largest individual tax
payer now on the- assessment rolls ot
l'orry Whltlock t VU-
Echo Land and Lumber Co.
? 75 315
,V. V. Whltworth 1000
II. G. Hurlbert 300
A. J. Davis "311
C. C. Kimball 200
rmgeno Ulppoy 2(Mi
C. A. Despnln
G. V. Snnpp 12(10
James V. Ferry 30(1
I H Deannln 1000
Charles Vinson 1000
11. T. Council
; E. B. Gumhee inn
V. G. McBroom 1511
I Ilnnua Belike
1. B. Reeder .-
Linn U. Sturgls 2100
Una 11. Sturgfs 50,830
hamuol George BOil
G. A. Hnrtnian 1098 1800
Driven to Desperation.
T Ivlnp- nr nn nut nf the U'flv Illnce.
romoto from civilization, a family Is
often driven to desperation In case of
accident, resulting In hums, cuts,
wnnnilK ulcers etc. Lav in a suiiulv
of Bueklen's Arnica Salve. It's
best on earth. 23c. at Tnlltnun &
225 ! .
ill UK mini.
Throe-quartor sections of good
wheat land, of which one-halt Is In
grain, and all lies five miles north
east of the city. A dwelling,
barns nnd other outbuildings, and a
good water system. Call at Oliver
& Co.'s grorory, or at the home of
W. Rigby, 704 Thompson street.
Sick Headache absolutely and per
manently cured by using Mokl Tea.
A pleasant herb drink. Cures Consti
pation and Indigestion, makes, you
eat, sleep, work and happy. Satisfac
tion guaranteed or money back. 25
cts and 50 cts. Write to W. II. Hook
er & Co., Buffalo, N. V., for a tree
sample, P. W. Schmidt & Co., drug
gists. A moment's anger may result In
years of sorrow.
SCHOLARS OF INDIAN SCHOOL
WILL GIVE ENTERTAINMENT.
Umatilla Agency School Best Reser
vation School in United Statcs
Mlss M. V. Galtner, Asslatcnt Su
perintendent for 10 Years.
The Umatilla Indian school will
gj an Entertainment at the ; nRoney
next Thursday evening to which the
public is cordially Invltctl.
The entertainment Is given on mh
occasion of the close of the sol; ol
year at the agency and the following
program will be rendered:
Opening cnorus, "Mag m n
Flag drill, small hoys.
"My Bonnie Bird." song. I.nc Lu
ton Maud Joe and Vera Spokane.
' Mother Goose. 1(1 primary children.
Shepherd's chorus, hoys and Mris.
"Wild Flowers," song, four gins.
"Three Kittens." Louise Irlsbols,
Emma Johnson. Anna Iliac U " .
"Whistle and Hoe," eight small
hoys. , ,
-Turkee Turks," six kMs.
"Sunflower Chorus," ton little sun
flowers, boys and girls.
Lilly drill, small gins.
.Manual of arms, large hoys.
"Good Night." song, four small
gfThe Umatilla Indian school has
grown to be the very nesi r "
school in the Indian service, under
the able and efficient management ot
Miss M V. Galther. who has occu
pied the position ot assistant super
intendent for the past 10 years.
The great progress made by the pu
pils In the Umatilla Inci.an school Is
one of the most remarkanie object
lessons In the education of the sav
age that .as ever been presented to
the people of Eastern Oregon.
The prlncfiml teacher at the school
Is Miss Hattle M. McDowell, who has
been connected with the institution
for the past eight years mid Is one
of the most efficient teachers in the
Indian school service in tne uuueu
States. To Miss McDowell and Miss
uertrude M. Golden, primary teach
er Is due much or the credit of the
preparation for this entertainment.
They have been drilling tnoir little
"sunflowers" constantly for weeks,
nmi tim nrnnrnm nromlses to be In
teresting, instructive and unique. I.
11. IJnmber. industrial teacher and
drill master, has had charge of the
mllitarv drills that will he presented.
Stock Farm for Sale.
The Ogle stock farm, consisting of
3(Mn ncres, about 250 head of cattle.
plenty ot water, grass uuu
Range has never been sheeped off.
All under fence. Will grow all liny re
quired. Call on or write to Bentley
& Hnrtnian. Pendleton. Oregon.
Stock Cattle for Sale.
Have for sale 50 head of cows. 25
calves by side; 10,2-year-old heifers,
and 15 yearling heifers.
ELMER Sl'lKB. Echo. Ore.
3IHI I Telupliniin Mnlu 4 I
T havo a larger nnd liot.'ev
list of Farms, Stock Ranches
and City Property to
than ever before. Also a
lot ot land in the coming
wheat section of Eastern
Usually a 5 cent Cigar is
Commonplace, but the
Assumes the Individuality
of a Poetic Thought
"Just Try a '
Aslr Your Dealer
BELL & CO.
COMING OUR WAY
Hood ork tell. We re kept busy the"
iron Mint ud riiliU-nU uo them, liien.
oo ire prompt in executing repair orderi.
e hve tours We have the celebrated
K, ,Voi w Hi teel Ud l.iibs and uuter-
(lasolme tuine.. Irriidttng riimpi Him i.e
l.nerejnerl and Engine.. Call and e-xainlue
KlecantlTturuUhedwItU inoileni appliances
nnunr UKIU aa 1 ruuniUK wniermi-in i
I Kooms bT the ilav week urmnntli. Heit i,
' 60,7;c. It, F Ri:KX. Prop. 7;i. Colionwooil St.
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 are always reas
F. W. Schmidt's
The Reliable Druggist
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