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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1903)
Hot weather, is on and we
faro clothing to make yoa
$2.00 to $3.00
t $4, $5, $6 to $7
t Coals and! Pants
? $5, $6, $7 to $10
Baer fr Daley
Fornishers and Hatters
Miss Ella C. Hoosovelt. a cousin
of President Roosevelt, has beon op
erated upon for appendicitis.
The killing of 60 Bulgarians by
TurkB soldiers and privateering
Musselmen is reported from Yenlf.
Wnm ll II Tl .1 t-fill nnnnlo TV O f l't f 1 m W TIC 1 1
at AzoIT, Russia, by the collapse of
a steamer gangway loaded with ex
cursionists. All the members of the Russian
court profess and express great hor
ror over the assassination of King
Alexander nnd Queen Draga.
The Union Pacific blacksmiths at
Cheyenne, have returned to work,
after being on strike. They return
on a compromise ngreement.
Louts Bolln, aged 00, was killed by
his step-daughter, who split ills head
with an axe while he was whipping
his step-son, the girl's brother.
Nicaragua and Costa Rica are at
loggerheads and may light. Nica
ragua accuses Costa Rica of aiding
and, abetting the recent rebellion in
The four powder manufacturing
concerns in California have been ab
sorbed by the Dupont trust, recently
organized in New Jersey with n cap
ital of $50,000,000.
The jar and shock of an explosion
of dynamite In New York caused a
barber to give a wild jerk to his
right hand and lay open a customer s
face for three inches.
Earthquake shocks, terrifying on
account of their frequency, rather
than because of their violence, con
tinue all along the Acapulcan coast
of Mexico and far out at sea.
A man whoso name iias not been
learned, rode for flvo miles ahead of
the flood caused by a cloudburst in
Arizona, giving warning to the deni
zens of the valley. Ho saved huno
reds of lives.
Sidney B. Hoengass, an insurance
agont, is in jail at Salem for uttering
a false check.
Hermann Schwarzbach, of Olym
pia, has mysteriously disappeared
and foul play is suspected.
One crop of now hops, conslsung
ot 8,000 pounds, wns contracted nt
North Yakima Friday, at 1G cents.
William R. Vice, the defaulting
passenger agent of the Union Pacific,
at San Francisco, has been located
James G, Dardeu, formerly of Port
land, is under arrest at Dallas, Tex
as, for embezzling funds belonging
to an estate.
The Oregon State Fair board is
trying to arrange to liave Crcsceus,
the world famous trotting stallion,
oxhiblted at the coming stnto fair.
A now theater with a seating ca
pacity of 4.000, will bq, built by the
Northwestern Association in Seattle
this season. It will be called the Em
Donald McLellan, aged 70, of Tn
coma, was struck by a Northern Pa
cific coal train at Carbonado, Friday.
He died of his injuries two hours
after the accident.
. Trouble between squatters and the
.Warner Valley Stock Company, In
Lake county. Is reported. The squat
ters rofuso to vacate and several of
mis ant ras
tnolr houses havo bean burned.
British Columbia refuses to admit
Japanese from the United States on
n new educational standard fixed by
'tho board of immigration, and the
.authorities are In a quandary as to
what to do with a boatload now an
chored ut Seattle.
corvmoMTi us,, tT "4
E. E. Wills, New York.
S. W. Mink, Portland.
F. E. Green, San Francisco.
T. C. Holland, Portland.
H. B. Catton, Walla Wnlln.
T. E. Wallace, Portland.
W. A. Dupee, Boston.
H. L. Slsler, Portland.
R. W. Hennemnn, San Francisco.
C. M. Smith, Portland.
C. G. Hanson, Portland.
Georgo E. Waite. San Francisco.
S. F. Frankenstein. Boston.
F. C. Kelly, San Francisco.
G. Abbott, city.
C. C. Gilbert, New York.
A. H. Caston, Spokane.
A. H. Hazen, Lewlston,
W. I, Rainwater, Spokane.
R. B. May, Portland.
Max Slayer, San Francisco.
Max Mayer. San Francisco,
George H. Boyd, Now lork.
J. 1j. Dehuff, Spokane.
T. A. Barchert, San Francisco.
T. B. Morgan and wlfo, San Fran
cisco. .Manuel A. Wann, Mexico.
Golden Rule Hotel.
R. I,. Parker, Portland.
J. DeYoung, Orange City.
M. F. Macom, Grand Rapids.
T. W. Lusk, La Grande.
E. Johnson, North field
A. W. Scott, Seattle.
Grace Ray, Weston.
Mrs. Allen Meacham.
George Hawloy, Meacham.
W. F. Courtney, Walla Walla.
AV. A. Mikesoll, Hume.
William Smool, Wapella.
J. R. Kembalt, Alton.
E. M. Tracy, Alton.
J. B. Penny, Spokane.
L. Cunningham. Portland.
S. S. Gill. Spokane.
G. W. Williams, Hay.
A. J. Hall, Spokane.
J. Wagoner, Portland.
A. Tukl, Portland.
Wllllnm Holdman, Adams.
Doug Bolts. Pilot Rock.
Joe Connolly, city.
W. L. Knight, Helix.
Myrtle Scott, La Grande.
O. C. Wright. Sumpter.
G. H. Wheeler, Now York.
G. B. Parker, Farmlngton.
J. H. Barker, St. Paul.
J. W. Mnsser, Chicago.
Mrs. J. M. Turner, cnlcago.
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY
ily taking ndvnntnge of tho cheap
rates East offered by
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE,"
Chicago and return $G6.50
St. Paul & Minneapolis and
Tickets good 90 days. Stop-ovors
Dates of salo: Juno A, D, 24, 25, 20,
27. 28. 29, 30; July 1C, 10 nnd August
Full Information by addressing
H. L. SISLER,
132 Third street, Portland, Ore.
Mokl Tea positively cures Sick
Headache, Indigestion and Constipa
tion. A delightful herb drink. Re
moves all eruptions of tljq, skin, pro
ducing a perfect complexion ,or money
refunded. 20c and 50c. Write to us
for freo sample W. H. Hooker & Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y. F. W. Schmidt & Co.,
Lieutenant-Colonel John E. Groor,
ordnance department, has been or
dered to inspuct the flold matorial
and armament nt Vancouver Bar
racks nnd Forts Walla Walla, Co
lumbia, Casey, ,Flaglor. Worden nnd
Stovons, in Oregon .and Washington.
HEAVY RAIN LODGED SOME
BARLEY BUT DID MUCH GOOD.
Everybody Is Having a Fine Time at
the Pioneers' Picnic Mrs. John
Smith Is Reported to Be Quite III
M. L. Peterson of Warren Has
Been on the Coast Fifty-Eight
Athena. Juno 13. Tho Weston
Pioneer picnic Is progressing nicely.
The heavy rain ycBtorday mado n
slight conruslon, but it mado thous
ands of dollars nnd smiling faces for
Tho baseball game wns reported to
havo been cut short by tho rain and
some fine barley fell down nnd a few
people got soaked.
Scott Bnnnlster won the bicyclo
race nt Weston yesterday.
Rev. R. M. Marvin delivered a fine
address on "Pioneershlp" yesterday.
People are still gathering and Sat
urday is expected to bo a grand day.
Mrs. John Smith Is reported as
quite 111 at her home.
One of the Very First.
M. L. Peterson, of Warren, claims
to he one of the earliest pioneers at
tending the picnic, having come West
Your representative was In tho
rainstorm yesterday, being accom
panied by four young ladles, nnd all
were thoroughly drenched nnd had
to backtrack until the storm ceased.
The wheat was beglnlng to burn
before the rain, ami It came as n
blessing as It wns badly needed.
Mrs. Paulino Peterson, of Pendle
ton was visiting in Athena last week.
Mrs. P. G. McBrnom, of Pendleton
who has beon attending tho picnic.
Is reported to be quite 111 at present.
Away up In the heights of the Blue
mountains, far from tho heat, dust
and nolso of the city, Lehman
Springs Is a most charming place to
spend a short or extended vacation.
Its numerous hot springs are n pos
itive cure for all forms of rheuma
tism, stomach, blood and nervous tils
orders. Every convenience Ib nt
hand a large, comodious hotel under
able management, lots of pretty lit
tie cottages, ample frco camping
ground, abundanco of shade, swim
ming pool, golf links, shooting gnl
lerg, line hunting, lots of fish. For
rates and particulars, address C, R,
Dutton, I.ehmnn Springs, Or.
A WATER WAR.
Gardeners and Frultraisers Appor
tion Days to Exclusive Use.
Wnlla AVulln, June 12. At a meot
nlg held at College Place last night,
attended by County Attorney Lester
S. Wilson and County Fruit lnsK!ctor
Frank B. Morse, from Walla Walla,
an agreement regarding tho use of
water from Garrison Creek for Irri
gation purposes wns arrived at. It
was agreed that tho gardeners above
Collego Place should have the exclu
sive use of the water for live days of
the week, and that the people of Col
lege Place havo tho exclusive use of
tho water for the other two days of
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward
for nny case of catarrh that can not be
cured by Halt's Catarrh Cure.
V. J. CHUNKY i CO., Toledo, O.
Wc, the undersigned, have known r. J.
Cheney for the last IT, years, and believe
him perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and financially nble to carry
out any obligations made by their Arm.
WKST Ic TltUAX, Wholesale Druggists,
WAI.DING, KIN.VAX & MARVIN, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
acting directly upon tho blood and raucous
surfaces ot the systepi. Testimonials Bent
free. Price 75c per bottle. Hold by nil
Hull's Family Pills are the best.
Tho report that Chris Benson, tho
Olympla murderer, is insane. Is sold
to ho false, as ho Is enjoying good
for business receives its
speediest reward in the selling
If you think you have the
ability to sell a Five Per Cent.
Twenty-Year Gold Bond on
the instalment plan write me
stating your age, present
occupation, and give me bank
or other good references.
All letters. treated u strictly
GEORGE T. DEXTER,
8uprinttntUnt of Domestic AgtndM,
Th Mutual Lift Iniurano Company of Naw York,
32 N.M.u 8lraat, Now York, N. Y.
Richard A. McCurdy, president.
Alma D. Kntz, manager, Boise, Idaho.
Frank L. Hammond, District Manager,
Pendleton, Oregon, ,
ONE DWELLING BURNED;
ANOTHER PARTIALLY SO,
Serious Case of Illness Followed by
a Speedy Recovery Helix People
Attended Graduating Exercises of
Whitman College Fire Originates
From Line of Clothes Sagging Onto
a Hot Stove.
Helix. June 11. Mrs. Dr. Grlswold
nnd son, or Wnllula are visiting rela
tives In this city.
Miss Edyth Isaac, of Petulloton, Is
spending n few days in Helix with
Mrs. Ilnyse and son, Leo, went to
Weston on a few days' visit with her
sister, Mrs. O. M. Richmond.
Mrs. Mne Soiies, who wns taken
seriously 111 Tuesday evening. Is rap
Mrs Frnnk Richmond and child
ren nre visiting at Milton this week
with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs Stew
art. Mr. Modoiin Is in Helix ng.tln aflcr
an absunce of n few weeks.
Mrs. John Mcltne, ot Cold Springs,
has been visiting with Mrs. John Me
Eachern, of this place.
James Hill returned from Wnlla
Walla last evening where he went
to attend tho graduating exercises of
Whitman College last week.
Mrs. Frank King and family, Mrs.
Decker and daughter, Ada, Miss
Myrtle Myrick and Mr. and Mrs. IIu
son left yesterday for Athena to be
In attendance nt the Pioneer Picnic.
The dwelling house of H. C. Ken
dall was damaged by fire to tho ex
tent of $50. The fire started by a
line of clothes falling on the stove.
Frank Brotherton's house nt Vnn
sycle wns completely destroyed by
fire. It was a total loss nothing be
ing saved but tho piano.
Ladles' halt soles 40c. Teutsch.
For really fine, choice
Steaks-C hops- C utlets
Roasts of Beef, Mot
ton and Veal drop in
to our shop or phone
:illi K. Court Phone lied 211
cure dyspepsia and all disorders aris
ing from Indigestion. Endorsed by
physicians everywhere. Sold by all
druggists. No cure, no pay. 25 cents.
Trial package free by writing to W.
H. Hooker & Co., Buffnlo, N. Y, F.
W. Schmidt & Co.
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Five Porcelain Tubs f
& Are now to lie fnimd nt $
j. Privett's Barber Shop and
T Bath Rooms. We also have j
five hydraulic chairs. Every-
1 thing is neat and clean. We
T employ none but first-class t
workmen. Our equipment is
J. not excelled in Eastern Ore.
$ Privett's Barber Shop t
J 723 Main 8treet
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Telephone Main 4
Monopole, Rock Catidy,
Red Star and White Rose
in half gallons, gallons,
jackets and pails.
Low Sellers of Groceries
"Jost Try a
The Parrot Cigar
is a superior 5 cent cigar.
They might have made other
brands as good, but tnoy am nt
At Yoor Dealer's
For Comfort unci Kt.vle
til carriages, pleasure vehicles hu1 IjUkIiicsh
w (icons one tnav iro u creat deal further, fare a
Kraat (leal worte, if Ins oerlooiH our u'tubllth
went, f-r here are to be found thu best makes
in Ute market w invite insittctiou, criticism
If neetl be, trial purchase, Only dunt puss us
bv without a look In at our Winona wukoiih
They run easy, ear y 1 3 more than any other
muite aim ax uurmoie. no nave Duties irom
$10 up. Get your tires set on uur hydraulic ma
eliiiiH No burniiiB or defaeinir vour wheels.
Tnl luHohine was installed in our plant nt a
great cost and Is the only ouo on the radii o
coast. It dots the best of work aud has been
adorned by the the I S. government, (live us
a call .
lorer's OaioUne Knglues
I have a larcor and better
list of Farms, Stock llancheB
and City Property to sell
than ever before. Also a bic
lot of land in the coming
wheat section of Eastern
Is now doing a rushing busi
And they are delicious. Per
haps you've had the word "de
licious" spoiled for you some
where, by a bad glass of Soda.
Then be aure and come here at
once and recover the relish of
It. Come and learn where the
Good Soda, the Best Soda ever
served, Is to be had this season.
F. W. Schmidt's
The Reliable Druggist
I'lmtoflicc lllock. I'hone Main 851
In Comer ot Block.
F. X. Schempp
By the Fire Insurance Com
panics we represent. Ot,
companies stand first in tk.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co JuS
Alliance Assurance Co . VSK
Loudon A Lancashire Fire
Insurance Co tin,,
North British & Mercantile ' '
Royal Insurance Co. ., ' "' ajsijj
800 MAIN STREET
Tttl.t.m. T..rn..lTT Ann H-.t.
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From 11.30 a. 111, to 7 p.m.
I t'l,.,f a .. 111.
Quick, Courteous Service
Opuu all Day and Night
I T. A. Oldfather, Prop.
LET US FILL
We can supply you with
Building Material ol all
descriptions and save
Building paper lime
cement, brick and sand.
Wood gutters for barns
and dwellings a specialty.
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Minneapolis, Chicago and New Yort
Grain and Stocks
WHEAT CORN AND OATS
Stocks, Bonds and Negoww
Wo charge no Interest lor ejll
MARGINS: lc BUB' "vs
to a Sharft on Stocss
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