DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1903, PT TTTTTTTT Cut Prices on Summer Clothing MEN'S BOYS' PiL' ' 'sa csn 1 2 f3 CWTtlGMT, tWI, IT 1 BAER & DALEY J One Price Clothiers, Furnishers and Ha ters tlltiiti --t.. .. . - TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrTTTTT'I GENERAL NEWS. Sir Thomas Upton has so far spoilt $2,000,000 in fruitless endeavor to recapture tho yachting cup. Pat Sullivan, of Wyoming, lost 50 wethers by one stroke of lightning. The herder was slightly stunned. W. K. Vanderhllt, Jr., was scalded and scorched by tho explosion of his automobile, near Paris, and Is con fined to his bed since. John Donoghuo, a Now York sculp tor, drowned himself because of cha grin that his plans for tho McKlnloy memorial nt Philadelphia wero re jected. Senator Marcus A. Hanna will abandon business, His son emphat ically denies, however, that It is for the pnriio.se of devoting tho remain der or his life to politics. Twenty square Indies of frog shin lias been transplanted to tho hand of a man In Michigan, to replace cuticle torn away by an accident. The op eration was a great success in overy sense. W. B. Harris, tho traveler nnd J author, who was captured by Moroc co bandits, has been released in ex-' change for a number of native pris oners, Ho was captured and hold as a hostago only. At St. Louis Alox Creeloy fell 90 ; feet down tho Inside of a smoke i stack. Half way down lie foil upon I 7loy Kurst. Until went to tho bottom. Noitiior was injured beyond compar- atlveiy slight bruises and cuts. I PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS. Itoscoe Cassel. clerk in the First! National Hank of Astoria, was drown-! ed In tho Nelmlem, Monday, whllo J rowing with friends, I The John I). Rockefeller smelter,! at Everett, Wash., has been sold to Charles Sweeney, a millionaire mln ing man of Spokane, the salo prlco i not mentioned. About 800 acres of rich placer ground near flrant's Puss, was bond ed Monday by tho IJannock (iold Min ing Company, of Cnicago, for tho sum of $115,000. Tho linker City gas and electric plant is about complete, after tho damago done by. flro some threo ' weeks ago. Tho city will now havo a 24-hour sorvlec. Five additional policemen wero ap pointed in Portland, Monday, making a total of CO patrolmen now on duty in that city, In addition to four de tectives, four captains, threo patrol drivers and a matron. Tho city of Olympia is having sori-' ons trouble with her water supply, an gaud from tho stream, Is pumped Into pipes, and clogs them up nnd ' cuts the valves so it Is imposslblo I to shut off tho water. TTTiTI'TTTTlTi In order to mako room for our im menso lino of Fall Clothing coming we will have a Sacrifice Sale cn the remaining of our Summer Clothing. Prices speak for thom selves: $10.00 Suits will go at $8.00 $12.50 and $13.50 Suits will go at $10.00 $14.00 and $15.00 Suits will go at $12.50 $16.50 and $17.50 Suits will go at $14.50 Boys' Clothing All Boys' Clothing, two and three piece suits, knee and long pants will go at a discount of TWENTY PER CENT .... J..!. t f 1 f I fi tuTnfr TtTtTTTTTTtTTyTTTTTtTTtTTTT HOTEL ARRIVALS. I Hotel Pendleton. I A. W. Whltmer. Portlnnd. ! II. S. Smith, Portland. C. K. IX'Neff, Sumpter. Mrs. John Adams and daughter, Adams. W. H. Young, St. Louis. H. S. Krb, St. Louis. J. Enanla, Seattle. Jessio Boyd, Echo. George Stevens, Echo. A. W. Luckner, Spokane. E. II. Uuckloy, Portland. A. J. Hnrch, Athena. It. V. Caston, Spokane. A. G. Howard, Spokane. Charles H. Green, city. Harvey Horn, city. Hoy l.lnmer, nidge. J. I). Arnold, Spokane. J. A. Anderson, Spokane. J. C. French nnd wife, La Grande. C. Hart, city. E. Hart, city. It. R. Duffy and wife, Ontario. Fred Stacker, San Francisco. Golden Rule Hotel. F. 11. Lacy, Walla Wala. G. W. Williams. Spokane. Mrs. Tauslck, Walla Walla. L. Henderson, Pilot Ilock. II. II. Swlrtz, Milton, It. 1. Tufts, Juniper. F. A. Von, Fossil, llyron Johnson, Alba. J. H. Wood, Athena. M. W. Haho. city, C. P. I3owman, Echo. Hattlo Tlngloy, Echo. Mrs. H. Scalvroy, Spokane. Ella S. Conner, Elgin. Llzzlo Jones, Elgin. Mrs. J. W. Casey and daughter, Hilgard. E. Gordon and wife, Council. Ed M. Davis, Vlnconnes. W. H. Olllett, Echo. W. P. Benedict, Echo. A. Ilrnlnln, Denver. J, U, Anderson nnd wlfo, Rosalia. ( Randolph. Ann Arbor. B. F. Glltner, Omaha. Nettle Frost, Omaha. L. Huuser, St. Louis. L. Cunningham, Portland. J. C. Lambert, Portland. F. A. McDougal, Portland. E. Cameron, Eclio. Mary Cameron, Echo. W. Cameron, Echo. E. I'agont, Echo. M. E. Shorte, Arlington. S. C. Short, Arlington. J. M. Shorto, Arlington, C. H. Beathe, Weston. F. E, Tash, Denver, H. A. Tash, Denver, Miss Eastman, Echo. .Miss Price, Echo. F. O. You'ng, Eugene, W, McBrido, Eugene, J. P, Long, Iono. F. It. Harrison, Colfax. J. S. all), Washtucna. H. A. niackman, Walla Walla. i RIDGE AND VICINITY GOOD CROP OF ALFALFA, BUT RYE CROP NOT SO GOOD Cool and Damp Weather Very Advan tageous to Crops Stock Doing Well and Branding is the Order of the Day Several Points Celebrated the Fourth of July. llldge. July C There was a cele bration at tho Doherty place near Vinson and a largo dance In the barn that night. James Nelson nnd family have re moved from their Pendleton home to their lnrge stock ranch on Butter creek for tho summer. Chnrlus Nelson, of Vinson, made n trip to this vicinity Friday. Ho re ports the alfalfa and ryo crops of that vicinity already mown and be ing stacked, nnd that alfalfa Is very good, while the rye is not so very good. There wns a big ball nnd celebra tion nt Hldawny Springs tho night of the 3rd and u celebration and a largo ball at l.olnnan Springs the night of tho Fourth. Charles Ilieman, of Pendleton, is living on his homestead in this vicin ity at present. We are having cool nights. The thermometer has registered -1G nbovo zoro. Crops are still coming out right along. We are having a llttlo rain ns time goes on, hut could find n place for more if wo could only got It. Grass nnd stock nre doing lino considering everything. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. B. Slmoiiton and Air. and Mrs. S. C, who hnvo been rustlcntlng on Camas creek nnd nt Hldaway nnd Lehman Springs and visiting at Gurdane and Alba, art; Visiting friends and relatives in this part at present. Thoy will return to Athena shortly where thoy will tako In the coming harvest. They re port very heavy rains out In the nioun tains around the springs. Thoy also report n very small congregation nt the Lehman nbout 30 owing to tho cool weather and tho largo flood at Heppner. The Ogles. S. C. Kllgoro nnd T. B, Slmonton celebrated by branding calves all day nt the Ogle stock farm. How's This? Wo offer Ono Itimilrnl Dollars reward for any rau of catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. V. J. CUI:m:V & CO.. Toledo. O. We, the undersigned, have known 1. J. Cheney for tlio last 1." years, nnd believe him perfectly honorable In nil business Transactions and miancinuy amo to carry out any obligations made ny their firm. Vi:ST & TJWAX, Wholesale UrnssUts, Toledo, O. W.U.DING, KIN.VAN & MARVIN, Whole sale Druggists, Toledo, J. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally. acting directly upon the blood and mucous surinccH ot ine system. Testimonials Bent free. 1'rlco 73c per bottle. Sold by nil uruvKists. nuns i amuy rills nre tnc best. THREE-FOURTHS CROP. Deputy Grain Inspector King Makes This Estimate After Trip Through Wheat Belt. Tho wheat crop of 1903 in tho state of Washington will probably fall nearly 25 per cent short of that of 1902. This was the opinion oxpressed by S S. King, ciilef deputy grain In spector,- who returned Monday oven lng after a four weeks' tour of In spection in Spokano, Walla Walla. Gurfleld, Whitman, Columbia. Doug las, Lincoln, Franklin and Adams counties, says the Tacoma Ledger. He also visited I-atah county in Ida ho. The chief deputy will not venture on n complete estimate ot the yield until State Grain Commissioner Av rasmlth returns and reports on tho sections he hns visited. So Mr. King ventures an opinion, based solely up on tho fields he has seen. In speaking of tho matter he said that undoubtedly the acreage through out tho state had Increased, but that fact would hardly be expected to pro duco a big crop Its first yoar. Ho said that In the older counties ho found a prosperous nnd contented lot of fnrmers, hut that many of tho i'ow settlers were a hit downcast over tho outlook. Thoy had built hopes upon having a Dig crop tho first year thoy fanned the land, mos; ot them expecting .1 yield of froir 20 t '.'j bushels to the ncre. Unikv favorable conditions in certain districts, In tho opinion of Mr. King, thoy would have realized their hopes, but ho feels that they should bo fairly well con tented to havo a crop at all. Their farms will produce from 12 to 15 bush els to tho acre. Minnesota Bankers. St. Paul, Minn., July 7. Tho Min nesota Hankers' Association began Its annual meeting in St. Paul today with a largo and representative at tendance. The forenoon was given over to tho welcoming speeches and responses anil to tho annual address of the president, J. W. Wheeler, of Crookston. Features ot tho afternoon session were addressos delivered as follows: "Bank Credit to Customers," A, L. Ward, of Fairmont; "Necessary Financial and Currency Legislation," Congressman Charles L. Fowlor, of Now Jersoy: ''Bank Burglary Insur ance," Charles Bradford, Montlcollo. Tho convention will concludo Its sos. slons tomorrow. Oakland, Cal., suffered a $75,000 fire Monday. PROMOTER ARRESTED. Prominent Mining Man Under Bonds at Baker City. miv .Tiilv 7. George A. Smith a lnwyer nnd n mine promotor, . f .I..-.. 1.1. I.i tlinan who has llgurea coiisiumuu.) ... parts, wns nrrested In this city Snt urdav by Sheriff Brown and Deputy t,.. csiwuv oiinrirnii with larceny. Tlie complaint wns sworn to by Cnp- tnln I). P. Kvans, mo wen miuu mining ninti. All the peoplo concern ed mi' roliielnnt to tnlk nbout the matter, but It Is understood to be regarding the possession of n lot of tools that were on n mining property In the White Swan district near the Whlto Swnn mliiP. Mr. Smith was al lowed to retain his liberty by depos iting n cash bull of $200. Ho will bo examined before Justice J. B. Mes sick Wednesday morning. SUMPTER REPORTER SOLD. Wlllard Blgnold, of Walla Walla, the New Publisher. Baker City, July ".Tho Morning Reporter, of Sumpter, has agnln changed hands. The transfer was made by the Sumpter Piiblisnliig Co. to Wlllard Blgnold, formerly foreman of the Wnlla Walla Statesman, who assumed control and possasslon tills morning. Tom C. Hume, the editor and manager of the Reporter, hns moved to Baker City and has accept ed the position ns foreman in tho ofllce of the Morning Democrat. J. Nat Hudson, the former president of the company, hns reformed nnd will devote his entire attention to law. Shrlners at Saratoga. Saratoga, N. Y., July 7. Tho twenty-ninth annual session of tho Im perial council of the Ancient -Order of Nobles of tho Mystic Shrine opened here today. In accordance with cus tom little business was transacted during the day, the time being devot ed largely to tho reception of the vis itors, who arrived on every train. The South and West are particularly well represented nt tho present meet ing. Tomorrow thero will he a mon ster parade of the uniformed bodies and later In the day otllcers for tho ensuing year will bo chosen. The en tertainment program Is one of tho best ever arranged for n meeting of the Imperial council. In addition to the usual balls, banquets nnd recep tion there will ho side trips to Alt. Mc Gregor, Lake Chnmplaln and other places of Interest. Twenty Thousand Teachers. Boston, Mass., July 7. Boston has today within her gates 20,000 or moro delegates to the National Educational Association convention, tho attend nnco breaking all records. Tho meet ings today include besides tho gener al sessions Interesting conferences of tlie various departments. William T. Harris, United States commissioner of education, and Bishop Spalding, of Peoria, wero among the speakers be fore the national council. Other meet lugs of interest wore sessions of the Indian department and tho depart ment of higher education. SOME OF THE CURED Tho Jno. .1. Pulton Co. o? Sun Fra.icltico, Th-st In the World to Announce the Cure of Bright'? DIhcuho unit DIubotcH, present ing ii Definite Percentage o? Recoverleu (87) and Giving Out Lists of the Cured. Hero aro some, of tho Baa Francisco recor- ertes, and all of them declared by physicians to be Incurable: N. W. 8p.iuldlu(f, President Bpauldtng Saw Co.; Adolph Wesso, founder Cal, Cracker Co. ; Carl I). Zelle, pioneer drug gist; Chus. Kagelke, editor San FranoUco Journal; K. M. Wood, editor Spirit Review; Inward Short, ot the Call; C A Newtou, jrardmaster S. P. Co, (Sacramento); Jno. A. Phelps, Ilolol Iiepeller; Mrs. M. Empoy, 13 Stelner St.; Mrs. S. II. Cllne, 1737 Droadirny; Mrs, l Qoyhcneu. OH Flltnoro Ht (tapped 33 times); It, C. Pell, Manager Paclllo Coast Iliscull Co. : F. J. liacbeMcr, Paclllo Coast Ant. Beth Thomas Clock Co.; E. It. Cutler. Attorney. SM Pino Bt.: Win. Hale, lieal Kstute, 813 San omo; Mrs. C. O. Matthowson. Proprietor Hotel Clifton; Thos. Hastens, Merchant (Petaluma); Col, Wm. Ilanhlns, U. B. Quartermaster's Do. partment; Chas. P. Wackor, Merchant, 131 dtu St.; Mrs Thos. Chrlstol, 27th St,; ued bun dreds of others. Borne were at death's door tthen put on the compounds, but many such recovered. That niauy were In extremis may bo teamed front this: Some recovered who had been tapped doaonsot times; others were al ready la tho twltohlngs of uraemlo poisoning; many hud from four to six physicians confirm the fatal diagaotls; several left stundurd hospitals In eitremls; several bad relatives called In for la.lt lntervlows, and ufew recov ered who wero In a state ot absolute coma. In a word about mi of all cases of llrlnhfs nlwaseanit Uiubote., hTetoforo positively In. curablo, are now curable under the new Fulton lmpounds. Tho Iteual Compound for llrlKhfs and Kidney Disease isll; tor Diabetes, II W. 1 amnhlet true. Wn hum imt .,,.,. it..i..,.i depot in your city where you will And the Com pounds and punpalQK, Tlx: F. W. Schmidt's Pharmacy. INDICES HON Is tho cause ot moro discomfort than any other ailment. If you cat the things that you want and that are COOd for vnn vnti nrn iltRrrpnnoil Ails. er's Dyspepsia Tablets will make jmii uiKtraiiuu purieut mill pruvuni Dyspepsia and its attendant dlsagreo- nbln RVtiintnms. Vnu onn gnfnlv nnf nnytlilng, at any tlnio, if you tako ono of theso tablets afterward. Sold by all druggists under a positive guar antee 25 cts. Money refunded If you are not satisfied. Send to us for a free sample.- W. II. Hooker & Co,. Buffalo, N. Y. BLOOD HUMOURS Skfn Humours. Scalp Humours, Hair Humours, Whether Simple Scrofulous or Hereditary Speedily Cured by Cufioura Soap, Ointment and Pills, When All Other Remedies and Best Physicians Fail. COMPLETE TREATMENT, $1.00. In the treatment of torturing, disfig uring, Itching, scaly, crusted, pimply, blotchy nutl scrofulous humours of the shin, scalp uiiil blond, with loss of hair, Ciitlcurutioan, Ointment and Pills have been wonderfully successful. Even tliuiuost obstinate of constitutional hu mours, such ns bad blood, scrofula, In herited and contagious humours, with loss of lialr, glandular swellings, ulcer ous patches In the throat ami mouth, sore eyes, copper-colored blotches, ns well as bolls, carbuncles, scurvy, sties, ulcers and sores arising from an im pure or Impoverished condition of tho blood, yield to tho Ciitlcurn Treatment, when all other remedies uutl methods fall. And greater still, If possible, Is tho wonderful record of cures of torturing, disfiguring humours among Infants mid children. Tho sullering which Ciitl curn Soiipaud Ointment have alleviated among tho young, and tho comfort thoy havo nf forded worn-out nnd wor ried parents, havo led to their adoption in countless homes ns priceless cura tives for the sltlu and blood. Infitiitllo and birth humours, milk crust, scull lienil, ecema, rashes nnd overy form of itching, scaly, pimply skin and scalp humours, with loss of hair, ot infancy and childhood, nro speedily, perma nently anil economically cured when nil otlicrreiiiedlessiiltablo for children, and even the bost'plivslchius, fall. THE SURE WAY to Prevent I'noumonla nnd Consump tion is to cure your cold when It first appears. Acker's English Rem edy will stop tho cough In a night, ami drive the cold out ot your Bystoin. Always a quick nnd sure cure for Asthma, lironchltis, nnd all throat and lung troubles. If It does not sat isfy you the druggist will refund your money. Write to us for free sample. W H. Hooker & Co., Buffalo, N. Y. F, W. Schmidt & Co., druggists. SPEAKING ABOUT Tooth Brashes Have you noticed our tooth brush window? A good many stop to admire and talk about It. We have lately bought a large number of 25-cent Tooth Brushes. Every one is guaran teed to be satisfactory or money refunded. Wc make up a tooth powder which we think has never been surpassed In cleansing proper ties. It Is pleasant to use and perfectly harmless. Largo bot tle, 25 cents. Commencing July 1st, for one week only, we will give one of our 25-cent Tooth Brushes FREE with each bottle of Dr. Mann's Antiseptic Tooth Powder or Liquid Dentlfoam purchased. Only one Tooth Brush to a per son. This offer holds good for one week only, and Is made simply to advertise our Liquid Dentlfoam and Powder to get more people to using them. Fif ty cents worth for 25 cents. Buy a 25-cent Tooth Brush and we throw In the Powder; or buy the Powder and we throw In a 25-cent Tooth Brush. Please tell your friends about this offer. For the convenience of the driving public we have Install ed an electric enunclator In front of our store. One may summon a clerk to take their order without leaving their car riage. F. W. Schmidt's The Reliable Druggist I'ottoffice Block. Phone Malu Sji Oh, Det,! What shau we have t Io" fany tlmM owlfo find her,, , ! "B over nils pernio,).. ton? "5 It Is easily settled ,tHl ros. We liavo ot ..em ready to server -""""h, meso not days Steak is just tlie this weather. It j hot to roaBt or boil IfCall or phone MIESCK THERE is a big DEMAND for Havinarl fmilto n.J....l. emu lasto HKe mothers M i - has all the fresh rice hi 1in fn.tlf nn ,(1.1. - 1UK Ulll tUU UlUai HbltftLK goes into a MONOPOLE M'TX l.Ii. 1 u.J A. rjVHl'V NIL In I lUKea bwbui unu ueiicioas, A. 1 .1 1 I t Diiinstiikinc: care and von in 1 1, mill fin Mini ii nit v w hp a n 1 i i MONOrOLE. J M .Mimimo o Orocort Colli Any Time IS 1 liOOD II t. 1L. iArttf1 II Ul.a uaiik hniic nalntcfl nave t wwi r j a iuh M3 ni nn ne ...III h n tfi lOOKS fully. Some nice, bright, it ...in inA a ire .mu room. Our SWCK OT paper was ncvci niwiv - r every one new -r- -color deslan. Better comet lOt US snow me"' w J . you what It will coit for whole house or one rw-. 111 Court Street. let US FI VVc can suppiy,"" . . I.. ..SMI Vk Building Materia u. descriptions and you money DOORS Bu Wling I'"!"-'. . . ii commit ones r wrn.i miners : . and dwellings a spe"al Oregon mm iiu Oof i. Court x-jLitM. -"r Farmers Custom Fred Walter., -- Capacity 160 tertf"