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J50.00 Given Away
To the first one nanaing us
2 nearest correct solution
l two following rebuses,
n : clvo ?25.00 worth ot
lime or other goods o
2 choice from our Immense
Ct- $15.00 worth to the
SSi and 110.00 worth to
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Afferent ways can the word
!S.rnlture." and how many
lh word "Iladcr" be spoiled
the following squaros by
LnBR to the right or down
S or any combination of
down' and right, or right and
Sown but always using con
iimous letters but no two
mcs. using exactly the
same numerical letters, yet
ill spell the words "Rader"
.n(1 "Fiirnlturo" correctly.
I'or Illustration, tho word
nader" may bo spelled by
using letters numbered 1, 2,
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21. or 13, 22, 23, 24,
TllO Solution tn
handed in scaled, giving only
the number of combinations
that can bo mado of each
word, with no name attached
In order that tlio committee
awarding the prizes will not
DAILY EAST OWEGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. 1903.
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Who Is In thn nnntnat
But if requested, each winner
uiubi uo able to write, numcr
icauy, each of the various
ways tho number of times
t "ey ciaim. in order to iden
"iy au solutions wo simply
number each envelope con
taining an answer and keeD
a memorandum of each. No
me will be allowed mnro
than one answer. Prizes
awarded July 25, 1903. There
Is 110 SUro thine thnt the first
solutions will be correct Sn
if you decide VOll wnnf tn
cnango your solution after
handing it in you can do so
iy placing your second In tho
numerical order we receive
be latter. No one mnnerteH
with the establishment will
le allowed to contest.
M. A. RADER
Main and Webb Streets
The Grand Irunk Gold Mine i
Sumptcr, Oregon, Gold Mining District.
Is located upon the GREAT MOTHER
LODE system of veins and has for neigh
bors on that vein such well known
mines as the NORTH POLE vaFued at
$10,000,000. The COLUMBIA valued at
$5,ooo,ooo. GOLCONDA valued at $3,
000,000. THE MONMOTH G. M. CO'S
BELLE BAKER mine valued at 5oo,
000. THE BALD MOUNTAIN valued at
$5oo,ooo. THE IBEX valued at $400,
000, and many others.
The Grand Trunk Gold Mining and Milling' Go. i
t .... ......
owns its Property Consisting of 160 Acres of Rich O0I1I Hearing veins
POSSIBILITIES OF GRAND
RONDE FOREST RESERVE.
Irrigation Reservoir Sites Found
Everywhere in the Deep Gorges
Great Bodies of Commercial Tim.
ber Lie Yet Untouched.
W. H. 11. Kent, agent of the bureau
of forestry, has returned trom his in
spection of tho l.a Orando forest re
serve In Columbia county. Owing to
the shortness of his stay in tho tim
bered portion of that county he was
nnablo to Investigate extensively the
Irrigation possibilities as related to
reservoirs In the mountains.
However, ho Is of the opinion that,
owing to the narrow and deep gorges
everywhere found, It will not be prac
ticable to locate government reser
voirs In the mountains, but that If
decided upon, they will have to be lo
cated In the foothills, where dams to
hold lnrge volumes of water could
be built at reasonable expense The
foothill sites .Mr. Kent has not yet in
"The mountains in Eastern Wash
Ington are rapidly reforesting," said
Mr. Kent to the Walla Walla I'nlon,
".Most ot the land, as Is well known,
has been at one time or another bad
ly burned over by forest fires, doing
great damage to the timber. Hut it
the forests are now protected the
mountains will again become wen
timbered. The reforestation is very
noticeable to the observer now The
fires must be kept out, however"
Mr. Kent said the Eastern Wash.
Ington timber belt would never be a
producer of commercial timber to
any extent. Ho explained that tho
region Is too rough and exposed,
In Columbia county tho people with
whom Mr. Kent talked were strongly
In favor or the establishment of tho
reserve. Sheepmen, cattlemen and
settlors alike expressed this desire
Their opposition In the past has been
nuu to misunderstanding.
In Asotin county where such
storm ot protest went up some t.me
ago, there has alfeo been a change
sentiment. The people of Asotin
county are greatly Interested in Irrl
gallon In fact, they have already
done considerable Irrigation and the
possible location of a government les
ervolr in that county has likely had
much to do with this change of sent!
mem. it wouiil lie possible to use
the Salmon river to supply the reser
voir, although the construction of one
would lie very expensive.
In Wallowa county, Oregon, and
Asotin county. Washington, the neo
pie of three townships are anxious to
be cut out of the reserve. They are
largely of the agricultural class; in
lad. these three townships are dis
tinctly agricultural, and may be ellm
mated fiotn the reserve should It bo
proclaimed. The land Is situated in
townships t; and 7, range 43, Asotin
county, and In township B. ranse 42
Wallowa county. All of It lies along
the Grand Itoude. and It Is said there
is a lot of the land yet untakeii which
Is Inlrly good agricultural country
It lias no indebtedness of any character.
It has a conservative mining and business management.
It is offering 50,000 shares of stock at 15c pei share.
It will become a dividend payer in a short time.
It will pay you to write us for full particulars and to make
careful investigation of its merits.
It has the indorsement of mining men, business men and
bankers of Eastern Oregon.
Write us today and let us post you.
H. S. McCallum & Company,
Miners, Brokersand Financial Agents,
BAKER CITY, OREGON.
Or R. S. BRYS0N, Local Agent, Pendleton, Oregon.
Our Weekly Mining Letters on Sumpter, Oregon, Gold Mining
District Free on Application.
Just Arrived at Portsmouth From
German Port of Kiel.
Portsmouth, July 7 - The roads
presented a sti iking spectacle today
on the occasion of the arrival of tho
American squadron and the rousing
welcome accorded It by the harbor
ships and land batteries, The entire
Iiritlsb channel squadron took part
In the pageant. The great waiships,
dressed liom stem to stern and theli
sides lined with their crews, boomed
torth a salute as the American ves
sels, led by the liagshlp Kearsargo
steamed up the loads, paHi Splthead
and Into the harbor of 1'ortsmouth.
In the afternoon visits were ex
changed by Admiral Cotton of the
American squadron and Lord Charles
Ueresford, commander of the channel
fleet and the governor of Portsmouth,
Tomorrow Admiral Cotton and his
olllcers will proceed to I,nndon where
they are to be officially received by
FIRE PREVENTION CONGRESS.
SEE US FIRST
s no end to the dainty
economical summer dishes one
my have with the help of a good refrigerator, and how a good
reiRarator does work for you it saves you money every day
"s use. Everyone has perfect dry air circulation. Coldness
alone will not preserve food, We have them in several sizes
including the size you are looking for.
BAKER & FOLSOM
International Gathering of Experts at
Loudon, July 7. Several cities of
tho United States and Canada are
represented at tho International flro
prevention congress which opened In
London today under the nusplces ot
the Hrltlsh lire Prevention Company.
During the sessions of the convention
which aie to continue three days, rep
resentatives of the fire departments
of leading municipalities and officials
of fire insurance companies will ex.
change views on the best methods of
constructing and equipping buildings
bo as to assure a minimum loss of
life and property in case of fire. In
conjunction with the congress an ex
hibition of automatic extinguishers
and other fire-fighting apparatus Is
being held at Earl's Court.
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. H. Hook
er & Co., Buffalo, N. Y.. for a free
sample, V. W. Schmidt & Co., drug
gists. Ladles' half soles 40c. TuUcu.
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Bf Investigate our Big July Sale Wui
Ik I Did you ever stop to think I Q &
t That while Tlierkelscn'ti July Sale is going 011 you can save from $15 to M C RiH'
(A H$25 on an Organ and from $25 to $55 on a Pir no. A small paymont IB "3 mW
m Hof $5 or $10 down and $5 or $10 a month and tho instrument is yours. H P 'J,
jj You take 110 rhances in buying of as as wo carry no instruments that Mv'il
Baro not fully guaranteed both by tho factory and by ourselves. H fj Wr hi
H Remember our EASY PAYMENT PLAN combhuil with our exohaugo B 03 MiM,
contract and July reductions makes it possible lor everyone to lmvo H OS 1' f
& an instrument. Below arc a few of our snaps: ,
I Pianos Organs I W
Regnlar This Month Only Regular This Month Only B Q) ft j
B$50 $290 $J25 $103 B B 5
S) B 325 287 95 60 B S 1
"3 B 275 248 9? 79 B
HH Em I
Hj We also have some bargains in second hand instruments that we havo fc'
H taken in trade on new pianos that will surprise you J
Wholosnlc mid Retail Deikrs in Vjj
Investigate CPucr Exchange Contract
TEXAS BAR ASSOCIATION.
Lawyers of the Lone Star State In
San Antonio. Texas. July S. The
Texas State liar Association began Its
twenty-second annual convention
here today and Judging from the large
attendance and the enthusiasm maul
lested at tho formal opening tho
meeting will lie the most notable ever
held under the auspices of the asso
ciation. The annual address Is to
be delivered by Judge Logan K. llleck-
ey, formerly chief Justice of Geor
Other prominent lawyers and jur
ists to be heard during the meeting
and the subjects of their uddrossoK
are as follows: "The Development 01
he Corporate Idea." A. (1. Mosolny,
Denlson; "The Pardoning I'ower,
Its Uses and Abuses," Justice John
lleiidcrhon of tho comt of criminal
appeals; "Legal Aspects of tho 'lax-
aton of Corporate Intangibles," Hon.
William I). Williams of Kort Worth:
Courses of Study In Law Pursued In
tin- Stnte University," I'rof. John C.
fownes, of Austin.
Home from vacation, feeling good.
stiong und healthy, would bo tho enso
after an outing at the most beautiful
of Hluo mountain resorts Ijhman
SprlngB. There Isn't a placo In all
the West where you cnu find a more
onvenlent and delightful spot to
spend a few days or a Jong tlmo
away from tho heat, noise and worry
of city life. Tho 15 natural hot
springs are wonueriui lor uicir me
dicinal properties. Hotel accommo
dations aie first-class, 'phono connec
tions, free camping ground, 25 pri
vate cottages, largo swimming pool,
baths, golf, tennis, limiting and fish
ing. Kor further partlculais, address
It, Dutton, lA'hmau uprlugs, (Jr.
DR. C. J. WHITAKER, Dentist; Pendleton, Or.
Makes a specialty of bi atnless Gold Crowns and lindc VVoill
Jxtrac tini 50c, silver rilliiii! $i, Ciold 1'illini; i up, nest bt,
Teeth, Vulcanite or Celluoul, fti All work guaranteed.
T VtfL AT PI A Mir C Write the East
uvxxi Mjsjn.i. gonian for a fre
alogue of them. A full supply always kept tn stock.