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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1903)
AILY EAST 0REG0N1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY, JUNE 12,
give Hwffly Week
gg ALHAltt BBPARTMEOT STORE
cnvFN HUNDRED AND FIFTY BEAUTI
it PIECES OF STAMPED LINENS , TO
op flVEN TO EACH ONE OF OUR CASH
JuSTOMERS THIS WEEK. STAMPED
nnYLlES, SlAMfiiu ikay tLUiH,
cTAHPED LUNCH CLOTH and STAMPED
(0XER PIECES. COME and GET ONE.
Alexander Dept. Store
FINDS RARE PLANT
BOTANIST OF UNION
MAKES A DISCOVERY.
H-H H M 1 M'frH H II I I 1 I I H
COOL and SHADY J
Places to hane a hammock these hot days is a most
delightful anticipation. Every lawn has a shady
place and at the prices we are offering our new stock
of hammocks you can't afford to be without one.
We've got all kinds from $1.50 up.
hompson Hardware Co., 62 Main St. i
Headquarters for Fishing Supplies
til 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I "H-M'M t I I I I 1 I 1 I I l l 'H'UH I il I I I I I I I
Has the large demand for
Byers' Best Flour
i built up. Only the choicest wheat that grows enters in-
Bjers Best Flour. It's perfection in Flour. Made by the
LETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
typewriters for Everybody, $35, $50 and $95
'ni Visible Typewriter is
'Hand the racket. C.annnf
lot alinement. Impossible
'ne type. Writing in
Come and see our testi-
Tvnewriter received the
Gold Medal at the Paris Ex
position over all others.
I Will do the work of any
Typewriter Supplies and
Rubbej Stamp goods.
MAPLE BROS, Agents
Electrical Supply House
217 Court c;t.
t.. ... . .,ff .
All V 1 r .
,." " Close out nur on-U .vniinn mir sewinc
afletft TfPr,ces we are offering have never been equaled
Seare0 i and every artic,e is a genuine bargain
"ton. ' lew aays le,t- tvery thing musi go, " yu
ricr 'money come early as the stock wont last long at
.. "v e onerinp.
SAILING, Store near the Bridge
'Water Pipes Examined and Repaired at Once
5?lay wi lead to serious breaks.
rst-class work guaranteed by
T At r. - r T4 4
wie TOiiaDie Jr lumber.
"street, opposite the Golden Rule Hotel
William C. Cusick Finds Rare Flower
In Blue Mountains Only One True
Specimen Discovered in America
William C. Cusick, a veteran bot
anist or Union, Oregon, passed
through Pendleton yesterday evening
from Walla Walla, where ho made a
scientific discovery last week, which
Is of almost world-wide significance
Irom a botanical standpoint.
A short story is necessary to intro
duce the subject intelligently.
In the report or his botanical dis
coveries in America, Douglas, the
Scotch botanist, who spent two years
on the Pacific coast with the Hudson
Bay Company in 1S20-21, reports hav
ing found a very rare specimen of
flower In the mountain region near
the Walla Walla camp of the Hudson
This flower was so much sought
niter in Kurope. that specimens ior
domestication could not be found to
supply one-half the demand for it.
It is a most beautiful yellow flower
with sort, velvety, golden petals,
which grow deeier and richer with
cultivation. It is more beautiful than
the tulip and is easily transplanted,
being a hardy plant of the north
Douglas found but one specimen In
America and that was near old Walla
Walla. Other botanists have since
searched the continent in vain for
the plant, but so far but one man
succeeded In finding one very poor,
weakly specimen, which died soon
after it was transplanted. This for
tunate scientist was Dr. Nevlus. who
made many botanical discoveries In
the United States.
Mr. Cusick had studied Douglas'
journal of discovery and looked with
much interest to the Walla Walla
region. His niece. Miss Elma Cusick.
of Union, has been a student of Whit
man for the past two years and each
year her uncle has cautioned her to
watch closely for specimens of the
"lellow Lupine.' In the flower gar
dens and greenhouses of Walla
On a picnic excursion with Whit
man students. Miss Cusick found
what she supposed to be the rare
plant and Immediately Informed her
uncle who hastened to Walla Walla
and lost no time In going to the scene
of the picnic, on a small stream In the
foot of the Blue mountains, where,
after diligent search, he found num
erous specimens of the flower In all
stages of growth.
He had been hunting for this Tlch
find for 25 years and Its rediscovery
marks a little botanical epoch.
The American name of the flower
Is the Golden Yellow Lupine, and the
Latin namp. Lupinus Sablnil,
Mr. Cuslclc feels very proud of his
discover' and will make every effort
to secure seed this fall. The lending
greenhouses and florists of the Unit
ed States have advertised in vain for
specimens of it to send to European
customers, and if Mr, Cusick succeeds
securing the ripened seed, he will
have accomplished no little task In
the interest of science.
Worst of All Experttnce.
Can anything bo worse than to feel
that every mlnuto will bo your last?
Such was the experience of Mrs. S.
m. Ncwson, Decatur. Ala. "For three
years," she writes, "I endured Insuf
ferable pain from Indigestion, stom
ach and bowel trouble. Death seem
ed Inevitable whon doctors and nil
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 bowel troubles Electric Bit
ters Is the only medicine. OnH- SvC.
It s guaranteed by Tollman : Co.
DID NOT AFFECT HIS WELLS.
Surface Refuse Could Not Contami
nate a Well Three-Eights .of a Mile
Union, Ore.. June 12. The case of
Cavanna vs. the Oregon Sugar Com
pany, whu-li occupied thret; days In
the circuit court, has been decided
in favor or the company. It was
claimed that the defendant company
placed lefuse matter on the ground
at the sugar factory, the seepage
from which contaminated the wells
on the iilalutllTH farm, three-eights
of a mile away, and damages in the
sum of $S00 were asked; but the
jury did not think the factory was
the cause of the joor water an plaint
Stock Farm for Sale.
The Ogle stock farm, consisting of
3000 acres, about 250 head of cattle,
plenty of vater, grass and timber.
Knnge has never been sheeped off.
All under fence. Will grow all hay ro
Qujred. Call on or write to Bcntley
& Hartman, Pendleton. Oregon.
That Throbbing Headache.
Would quickly leavo you. It you
used Dr. King's Now LUo Pills.
Thousands of sufferers havo proved
their matchless merit for sick and
nervous headaches. They mako mro
blood and build up your health. Only
15 cents, money back If not cured.
li :::z Ci., druoCSt3,
Stock Cattle for Sale.
Have for sale 50 head of cows. 25
calves by sldo; 10 2-year-old heifers,
and 15 ) earllng heifers.
ELMER SPIKE, Echo, Ore.
Best (.hoo work at Tcutsch's.
No Cheap Gloss on Your
If We Launder It
A woman of refinement
always guages a man's
weH bred instinct by the
condition of his linen
we make you safe here.
Special machinery for
Shirts, collars and cuffs.
Send for one of our
Court;aud Thomson HtreetB.
the most dreaded and deadly of all
diseases, as well as pceumonla, and
all Lung Troubles arc relieved at
once and cured by Acker's English
Iteraedy "the king of all Cough Cures.''
Cures coughs and colds in a day. 25
rents. Your money back If dissatis
fied. Write for fro cample. W. H.
looker & Co., Buffalo, N. Y. F. W.
Schmidt ft Co.
Have You Sen the Sea Serpent? !
Watch for the unique and catchy
pamphlet just Issued by the Ctneral
Itnnvnmraf nn. ft ntf.nt ftf flirt KririH I
Columbia Hlver Kailroad Co.. which j
tells a little summer tal.j about t? I
Summer Girls. Sea Serpents and bun
sets at Seaside. The story Is short
but well told and handsomely Illus
trated. Place your order early and
avoid the July run. Copies mailt!
flee upon application to J. C. Mayo,
a. P. & P. A., Astoria, Ore.
The Mitoud annual reunion of the
survivors or the First Oregon Cav
alry and the First Oregon Infantry,
U. S. Volunteers, win ue nem w
Portland, June 27, on the last day of
the encampment of tho G. A. It. It l
honed that as many as possible of
tho men who served In either of these
reglrnentti from JSG1 to JSWi win ue
a,l.-'. Rlond Elixir Dosltivelv
cures chronic blood poisoning and all
scrofulous anecuoas. ai an uiue
mitMace evfttem tnnlc and DUrlflcr.
Money refunded Jf you are not satis
fled. 60c ana i.
a fiitnr-o nf Washington's state
horticultural exhibit at the World's
Fair will be a display of celery four
feet high and rhubarb the same
height and five inches thick.
H"!1 4 1 1 'I 4 "j
All kinds of Freth
Meats always on
hand. Fine Bacon,
Hams and Sausage.
Prices as low as the lowest
We Don't Keep Everything
But we do keep a good big
stock of nice dry Flooring,
Ceiling, Rustic and Finish,
In all grades. Also all kinds
of Dimension Lumber, In
cluding Lath and Shingles.
Our stock of Doors, Win
dows, Moulding, Building
and Tar Paper and Apple
Boxes Is complete, and any
one In need of Lumber will
not be wrong In placing
their order with the : :
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Off. W: C. R. Depot
Children's dresses, beautiful patterns, 25c op.
Ladies' and Misses' Parasols, fancy designs,
$2.50, $1.75, $1.00, 50c and 35c.
Ladies' and Misses' fancy lace hose, all grades.
Fine summer dress goods of all grades.
Bed Sptoads, largest bIbo, $2.75 grado, spoolal .... $2 25
Bed Spreads, largest sire, $2 grade, spoolal . , . . $1 60
Lace Curtains, largo size, $3.50 grado, spuoial $3.00
Lace Curtain, largo sizo, $4 25 grade, spoolal .... $3.75
Zepher Ginghams, 10c grade, apodal . . .. , 84o
Calico, all colors, 10 yards to one person, per yd ... . 4c
All fancy colorod Lawns, 25o grade, spoclnl poryd . 20c
Agonts for MoCnll's PnttoiriB
FREEBOOTERS do not nowadays go around
armed to the teeth, but their methods are Just as
effective as of old and even more so as the papers
Prudent people kiiep their
valuable beyond the reach of
thieves mill llren No belter
way, no cheaper way than to
place a safe box In your home
office or store.
I am agent for the Nat
ional Lock & Safe Compa
ny's safes and furnish any
sized safo from a little one
for privato nso to a bank
vault -all fire proof.
Come and see our samples
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware Man
741 Main Street
YOU WILL probably need some camp supplies
and we have anticipated your wants by laying
in a big stock of Camp Stoves Fold Chairs
Cots - Tables Tents Wagon Covers
Dutch Ovens Tin Reflectors for baking bread in
fact everything you might need in camp at
106-412 MAIN ST.
Local agent for the North German Lloyd Steamship
Company. Tickets sold to all parts of tho world.
STOCK FARM FOR SALE
1 am sole agent lor the Lee farm of :ooo acres, sirt
miles from Pendleton, 011 Birch creek. Good
Water, Buildings, fine Orchard, Alfalfa Bottom,
Terms, half cash. Will sell with or without stock.
N. T. CONKLIN.
There is a lot of satisfaction in having a refrigerator
these hot days, keeps everything so cool and fresh.
Our stock is exceptionally complete-all sizes and prices
And Adjiihtable Window Screens arc not only a con
venience but a necessity and we have anticipated your
wants by putting n a stock of all sixes give us your
BAKER 4c FOLSOM, Next Door to Postolfice
Pendleton's only exclusive Fruit Home.
Fruits of all kinds at wholesale and relail,
Hood River and Milton Strawberries,
California and Freewater okerrlei.
Oranges, Leaois, Bananas and other fruits.
607 Main St. Wm. MILNE. Proorktot