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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, ,, r -- " WEDNESDAY, JUNE
T'T'T'T'T' T " X "
Hot weather is on and we
have clothing to make you
$2.00 to $3.00
Coats and Tests
$4, $5, $6 to $7
$5, $6, $7 to $10
Baer & Daley
Furnishers and Hatters
John L. Atcheson, ot Shedds, Or.,
will be graduated from Princeton
The Iowa Masonic library at Cedar
Kalis, has been robbed of coins,
Btaraps and raro books of Kreat value.
The market gardeners of the vicin
ity of New York, have organized to
secure economy In production and
The new prelect ot police at Odes
ha, assures the Jews that any move
ment towardB a Jewish massacre will
uc rigidly suppressed.
Blgbty-ono textile manufacturing
lirms or Philadelphia, havo acceded
to the demands of the strikers.
Ninety thousand operatives went
The 5-year-old son of Itobort Slen
r.ker, of Passaic, N. J., swallowed 60
nf nulnlna in capsules and
died In a few momentB In convul
sions. Excessive rains all over the lower
Missouri and Ohio river districts and
in Tennessee, Georgia and the Caro
Unas and drouth over the entire Pa
cific Coast region.
Itov. Thomas Dixon, of Now York,
1st alarmed over the prospects of no-1
gro domination. Ho predicts that In 1
fiP years more there will be G0,000,ono I
negroes In the United States. j
The local authorities of Cheyenno 1
county, Kansas, being unable to han-1
.1 .X T 1 I ,1 T
1110 me uuwuy-uurry miurumiu, uiu
keeping ot peace and custody of pris
oners has been delegated to the
A warrant Is out for the nrest of
J. M. Watson, a clerk In the audi
tor's office of the District of Colum
bia, charging him with tho embezzle
ment of $GO,000. Tho official bond
is only $20,000,
Crop reports from all over Canada
Indicate "record" crops In half tho
urea, average crops In one-third the
area, poor crops in one-tenth of thei
whole. The Montreal district is In
tho worst condition trom drouth.
An unidentified man selected the
women's cabin of a Now York ferry-
boat as tho proper place to swallow I
a dose of carbolic acid. Hetween 50
and 00 women were in tho cabin nt
the time. He died In a fow moments.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEW8.
Of DUO applications of Indian war 1
veterans In Oregon for pensions, only j R
25 have been granted an yot, j
Very hot wcalliur if, causing some 1
damage near Oram's pass and ash
land. Tuesday the thermometer rog-1
istered 100 In l ie shndo ni urant's 1 " --
p " I and Buffered the frncturc of his right
J ab- , ' l'K Just below tho knee.
Miss Delia Ostoyc. of Portland, wa j Vl)lm? Iltnt,oy vas rIl,ng a ,,
nttacked while out walking near Ml. ,, lending n mare and colt. The
Tabor by a ujnn who stabbed Iwr. 1 uaru ueconlng frightened, whueled
The knife lilnde met the corset steel Pm, u,ckod , y,)lm nmn wlth ,
and was deflected, probably xavlng , ,,,,,. Matciii He wn8 uro,,glt to
llf- Pendleton nnd tuken to St. Antho-
Spoknne Is having au internecine ny's hospital, whoro Dr. Cole dress
Btrife over its high school. A petl-1 eu his wounds. Tho young man is n
Hon signed by -100 of the 750 stu- f ncphow of J. 31. Bentloy, of the Bent
dents has been presented to the , loy-llnrtman Abstract Company,
board, asking for the renun si or Bentley wns employed by Wultor Mc
Principal Coloman j Cormmnch, at McCormmncli's land-
General Funston bus recommended lug.
to tho war department that tho Ore-1
gon, Washington and Idaho nationnl Mc-kl Tea positively cures 8lek
guard camp with tho regulars at Headache, Indigestion and Constipa
American Lako. near Tncoma, begin- tlon. A delightful horh drink. He
lling September 15. moves all eruptions of the skin, pro
Abraham Schallotta has been ar- duclng a perfect coraploxton or money
rested nt La Grande for acting as a refunded. 26c nnd 50c. Write to us
tonce for ,potty thloves thoro. He for freo sample. W. H. Hooker & Co.,
has been buying brnsB castings and Buffalo, N. Y. F. W. Schmidt & Co.,
other Iron equipment which tho boys druggists.
have been Btentlng from tho O, n. & 1 - -
Tf, Company at that place. v nest Phoework at Teutsch's. .
(0) 1 1111?!
JceTtor, twi, rr "J
H. H. Mooter, Portland..
Henry Dick, Chicago.
T. T. Glenn, La Grande.
George If. Fnlrbrother, San Fran
I. Stein, Cincinnati.
A. Legrand, Portland.
J. F. Clarke, Portland.
G. Y. Harry. Portland.
George H. Sutherland, Wnlla AValla
D. Smuts and family, Spokane
Mrs. V, W. Elmer and daughter.
It. L. Sherman and wife, Oakland
A. S. Heatfield, Spokane.
J. H. Hocknor, Spokane.
George E. Mosser, Spokane.
C. G. Housen.
C. M. Smith.
J. V. Heaton, Walla Walla.
F. T. Glenn, Summervllh;.
J. G. Darling, Spokane.
James Makay, city.
J. P. Lamior, San Francisco.
O. M. Naylor. Portland.
J. H. nicker, Jr.. Portland.
Harry C. Lacy, San Francisco.
Con Finn, Hot Lake.
Golden Rule Hotel.
I). Converse, Lewiston.
E. C. Allen, Walla Walla.
F. J. Gardner, Portland.
C. D. Wilson, London.
J. W, Andrews, Valley.
J. F. Bates, Mesa.
T. A. Lusk, La Grande.
Hosa Ilorgovlu and family,
D. Dallas, city.
C. H. Mlntor. city.
O. H. Johnson, Northfield.
G. Wlllard, Spokane.
E. Pickel, Portland.
It. P. Hlgolow, Edgewood.
William Hughes, Spokuue.
J. C. DeHaven, Northport.
C. J. Cnrr, Wooley.
H. Connel, Umatilla.
F. H. Strickland, Portland.
It. Crowley, Long Creek.
J. G. Holfrich, Spokane.
J. W. Byrnes, La Grande.
M. Lowor, city.
E. C. Allen, city.
L. E. Manning, Waverly.
George H. Campbell, Klltown
II. Hill, Hoise.
Gus Nell and wife, Colfax.
W. Nordon, Harrisburg.
F. J. Vauwlnklo, Portland.
(!. I). Galloy, Portland.
KICKED BY A HORSE.
Bentley Has a Leg Broken by
a Fractious Anlmnl.
It. M. Bentley, a ncphow of J. M.
f, h'a c'l& UV
PECULIAR INJURY FROM
THE FALLING OF A HORSE.
Bear Killed on Buck Mountain R. J.
Boddy .ecoverlng From a. Severe
Illness South Dakota Man Will In
vest Here and Locate Old Settler
Has Sold Out and Will Go to Cali
fornia. llrlggson, June 8. Craig Wilkin-
- , . . llfltlln...
son, son ot .nr. aim iurs. tvuuum
Wilkinson, of Athena, who has been
stopping with his father here, for
ti,o mint wnnk. met with nuito a seri
ous accident while out horaebnek rid
ing last Thursday. Tlie pony which
ho was riding became unmanageable
and started to run. Ralph Aickwon, n
young mnn who accompanied young
Wilkinson, wns also riding u spirited
anlmnl and was in the rear. He saw
the Imminent dnngor or ms compan
Inn 1,11 1 Imfnro he could check the
speed of his own horso, young "Wil
kinson's horse stummed, laiiing uu
his rider's leg. Injuring It quite se
verely. While tho other boy'B horse
fell also, he luckily escaped Injury.
But it Is thought In regaining Its foot
ing, It stepped on the calf of the Wil
kinson boy's leg, tenrlng the muscles
loose to some extent. He wns taken
to his homo in Athena 'Hid the limb
drcsBftl bud at last nrcounts ne was
resting easily as could be expected.
While no bones weio broken, it was
a very painful accident and it .vlll be
some time uerore :ie iviu ne ami- iu
get around much.
Robert J. Boddy, who went to Athe
no Thursday for medical treatment,
ofr a kidney disease, has been in a
critical condition, but Is slowly im
proving under the flklllful trontmont
of Dr. Sharp, of that place.
Ed Salting was fortunate enough
to kill a large black bear up near
Buck mountain, one day last week.
Mrs. Emma Ross is suffering a very
sovero' attack of neuralgia at hor
home In Wild Horse creek.
Robert Curran, of .Mitchell, S. D.,
who wns visiting at the home of his
old schoolmate and friend, James
Navlu. some time ago, has arrived
home. He will dispose or his Inter
ests there and return here to locate
Thomas Narkaus has disposed of
his Interest In the threshing outfit In
the Pnlouse country and will return
home In a few days.
Mrs. Isaac Hagen, of Bingham,
visited at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Narkaus, last
.Mrs. Tlllle McLaughlin, who has
been visiting hero for the past two
weeks, returned to her home at
Grandma Hagen. who has been
spending several weeks hero, and
was very sick some time ago. Is
much Improved In health and return
ed to hor home near Bingham
Monroe Hicks, who lias resided 011
the old home place near Weston since
boyhood, disposed of the same last
week. It consists of 210 acres and
sold for 5-1,000. The principal part
of it is grazing land. .Mr. Hicks in
tends locating In California for th
future. He will dispose of his stock
mid farming implements at auction,
Acker's Blood Elixir positively
cures chronic blood poisoning and all
scrofulous affections. At all times a
matchless system tonic and purifier.
Money refunded if you are not satis
fled. fiOc nnd f 1.
A combination of the makers ot
surgical Instrument is the latest.
Women as Well as Men Are Made
Miserable by Kidney and
I-Clduev trouble prevs iiikiii the miiul,
vigor uuu clicernil-ui-ss
when the kidneys are
out of order of dis
eased. Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that it is not uncom
mon for a child to be
born iiillieted with
weak kidneys. If the
chiUUirinatcstoooftcn, if the urine scalds
the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an
age when it should lie nbte to control the
passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting,
depeudupon it, tliecauseof the diffi
culty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should lie "lottunU the treatment of
thcseimiiortnutorgiiiis. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of
the kidneys ami bladder uud not to u
habit as most people suiipo.se.
Women as well asiuunure made miser
able with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamo-Root is mxi, realized. It is sold
by druggists, in tuiy
cent and one-dollar
size bottles. You may
hnve a sample bottle
bv mail free, also a Horn ot Snap-Root
iMimphlet telling nil about Swninp-Root,
uicludiui; many of thetlioiisands of testi-
luotiinl letters receivetl from sufferers
cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
llinghamton, N. Y., lc sure and mention
this paper. Don't make any mistake,
but remember the name, Swamp-Koot,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad
dress, Binghamton, N. Y on every
n.t and Health,
When the hot days of summer
make you think of tho cool and
sna le of the mountains, there Is no
more enjoyable place to spend n va
cation thai, Lehman Springs, where
the present manager, Mr. C. H. uui
toil has spared no I' d expen so
for the convenience and comfort ot
the guests. The grounds nre admira
bly situated and tho largo hotel Is
modern and up-to-dnto In every re
spect. There are 25 cottages con
veniently situated in the cool shade
c; the fc-rovo and camping facltitics
are ample and convenient Phone
connections with all points. The
water of Lehman Springs is not
equaled any whoro for Its medicinal
properties and lias proven In ovory
case a positive and' lasting euro for
rheumntlsm. For further partial
a. n. Dutton. Lehman
Worst of All Experience.
n nnvthliin- bo worse than to feel
that every mlnuto will bo your Inst?
Such was the experience of Mrs. S.
H. Newson, Decatur, Ala. "For three
years." she writes, "I endured insuf
ferable pain from Indigestion, stom
ach and bowel trouble. Death seem
ed Inevitable when doctors and all
remedies failed. At length I was in
duced to try Electric Bitters and the
result was miraculous. I improved
at once and now I'm completely re
covered." For liver, kidney, stom
ach and bowol troubles Electric Bit
tors is the only medicine. Only 5c.
It's guaranteed by Tnllman & Co.
We offer One Hundred Hollars reward
for any ease of catarrh that can not De
cured by Hall's Catarrh. Cure.
T. J. CHUNKY & CO., Toledo, 0.
We, tlio uniterslcneil. have knowu 1, J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
hlni perfectly honorable In nil bnsluess
transaction and financially able to carry
nnf miv nli leal ons niacie oy uint mm
WHST & TKIUX, Wholesale uruggisis,
WAMIINU,' KI.V.VAN i MART IK, Wholc-
Mile Drueslats. Toledo, O.
Hall's Calarrh Cure U taken Internally,
acting directly ii"n the hlooil and mucous
surface of the systeui. Testimonials sent
free. Trice 73c per bottle. Sold by all
Hall's I'nuilly Tills are the best.
Lnwrence, Kas., June 10. Tho fes
tivities of commencement week at
Kansas University culminated today
iu the annual graduation exercises.
Chancellor Strong presided over the
exercises and the address to the grad
uating class wns delivered by Justice
Brewer of the United StatoB supreme
court, who took as his subject, "The
Triumph of Justice."
Stock Farm for Sale.
Tho Ogle stock farm, consisting of
3000 acres, about 250 head nf cattle,
plenty of water, grass and timber.
Ilnnge has never been sheoped off.
All under fence. Will grow all hay re
quired. Call on or write to Bentley
& Ilartnian, Pendleton, Oregon.
Stock Cattle for Sale.
Havo for sale CO head of cows, 25
calves by side; 10 2-year-old heifers,
and 15 yearling heifers.
ELMER SPIKE. Echo. Ore.
A Cool Place
Is Robison's Amusement Par
lorE, under the W. & C. Depot.
Just the place to while
away leisure time. First
class bowling alley; splen
did pool and hillard ta
bles; up to date shooting
gallery. Temperence re
freshments nnd cigars.
Free Musical' Entertainment
TolophoiiH Main 4
Monopole, Rock Candy,
Red Star and White Rose
in half gallons, gallons,
jackets and pails.
.Low Sellers of Groceries
The Parrot Talks
"I'm neither too big nor too
little I'm jast right. My
quality is admirable. Im
calm and unruffled even when
I'm burning up."
"Jast Try a
At Yoor Dealer's
BELL & CO.
COMING OUR WAY
Good wort tells We nrc kept buy these
days Pxlni? out-ot-whnck MfRonn, uarrtagen otc.
Good luatuni we know how ,0 do ttio trick
and do It; wo have the right materlaU wood
Iron, paint and varnlih aud use them. Then,
100, we are prompt in executing repair orders.
May e havo yours? Wo huve tho celebrated
Winona wsrou with steel clud hubs and auter
lo.ivinc iiiniiki. Tho onlv waiion thnt stands
hot dry climate Top buBStes from $50 up
second hand rigs too. our stock includes
Gasoline hngines, Irrluatlng Pumps and Kcs
scll Tcreshors and Engines. Call and examine
I have a larger aud better
list of Farms, Stock Ranches
and City Property to sell
than ever before. Also a big
lot of land in the coming
wheat section of Eastern
! N. Berkeley
Ih now duinp; n rushing Imsl
Antl tlioy are ilullclotu. Per
haps you've had tho word "de
licloiiH" spoiled for you some
where, by a bad glass of Soda.
Then be sure and come here nt
once and recover tho relish of
It. Come and loam where the
Rood Soda, the best Soda over
served, Is to be had this sea
son. F. W. Schmidt's
The Reliable Druggist
I'lione Main 851
F. X. Schempp
Mfc r PROMPTLY
By-.the Fire insunmct I
parties we renrM.
companies stand first ill
Hartford Fire Inaurn.f
Alliance Assurance Co...Sj
nuuuuu cc ijancaanire Fin
North British & Merctntiie
iwiyai insurance 1,0. .
FRANK B. CLOP
800 MAIN SI
Dinner Twenty-five Ceid
From 11.30 a. m, to ; p.t
Short orders a specii
Quick. Courteous Sen
Open all Day and fiia
LET US FI1
We can supply you '
Ruildine Material of 1
descriptions and sji
cement, brick and sa:J
Wood cutters lor "''i
and dwellings a specif
Grain and Stocl
WHEAT CORN W '
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