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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1903)
WHK.Y EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1903.
. Many people, however, do f
not know that most of their
food f adulternted.by schem-
intf m.imiiuetiirtirs. Such
concerns Ao not L'tt our
trade Our p,oods are fresh
and first-class and our prices
are as low as go-. d groceries
are sold for
. & SON . .
"Wenru Heiultiimi-toi-s. for all
klmlHorircHh iriiltN In sensou
JUNE STATEMENT SHOWS
Total Number Patients 1324 Finan
ces In Good Condition Repair
Work on Several Departments Now
m o j O i
fl r.niHP&NY I
Manufacturers of the J
epairs for all kinds of J
fet Foundry Work a Specialty t
IS Gash paid for old castings 5
jendleton, - Oregon J
Dinner Twenty-live Cents
I?rom 11.30 a. ni, to 7 p. in.
ph.snort oraers a speciality
iUpen all Day and mgut
F T. A. Oldfather, Prop.
ir VV. Alta and Lillith Sts
L. Neff, formerly of the Hotel
has chatge of the Old Dutch
y Feed Vard, and would be
.ed to care for jour horses
iy of stalls, large corrals for
1 horses and cattle. Hay and
for sale. Chop mill in ton-.on.
Telephone. Mailt 4
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The state board of asylum trustees
held their regular monthly meeting
yestonlay afteruonu mid carefully
wont over the affairs of that Instltu
tioi' with Superintendent J. F. Cal-Lrr-uth.
The suiierlnteiidunt reported
the go.norai health of the asylum as
being very good and that all work In
every department and the tarm work
was In progress ami that satisfactory
remits wore 1 elng ohtalned. The
rrops will lehl well this year and the
hay harvest Is well under way with
"''icli of the crop nlready taken care
A great deal of repair and Improve
ment work is going 011 in several de
partments and the work of construc
tion upon the new horse and cattle
stnldes is pushed as rapidly as the
conditions will allow.
The statistical report of the super
intendent on the number of patients
received, discharged, died and eloped
during the mouth follows:
.Mule, male tal.
No. patients Mny 31 . .1)12 HDD ISO:
No. roe'd during Juno . 1!8
No. returned escapes.. 1
torlng mining claims In that district,
has undertaken tlm tnsic or eviction.
The following form of notice has
been posted In the Oablo Cove, Lake
creek and Ul Jleiiuvuo uismcis;
Ollleo of the Mines Protective As
sociation of Knutern Oregon,
Similiter, Or., J 11110 20, 11103.
This Is to give notice to all sheep
herders and their employers to keup
tholr bands of sheep oft the mining
properties In what Is known as Lnko
Creek, Cable Cove and tho La Hello
vuo districts. The owners of tho min
ing claims in these districts have
formed the above association, and
propose to protect their rights, All
Infringements of snme will bo vigor
ously followed up. Ho to avoid
trouble, keep off.
THE MINKS PKOTKCTIVK ASSOC!
ATION OF EASTERN OREGON'.
F. K. CAHELL. President.
TOM 0. CRAY. Secretary.
Every Saving Counts
DROWNED IN WALLOWA LAKE.
No. under treatment 041
Discharged, recov'd , . . 2
Discharged, much ltnprvd 1
Discharged, Improved . . .
DIacligd, not Imprvd.. I
No. died !)
No. eloped 1
DIschgd, died, eloped.. 14
No. patients June 30 027
Average number dally
No. officers and employes .
Total number 1471 2-30
The financial report shows an ex
penditure of $7,5US.32, accounted for
Male department 0o2.7u
Female department 227.01
Infirmary 110. 11
Engine room :inii.S5
Farm, garden, dairy fiS.iiS
Sewing room 20S.fi5
Center building 34.31
Carpenter shop y.84
Tailor shop r,7.:)3
East cottage l'.47
Drug store 1U0.O0
Cottage farm 1 102.74
Kitchen and dining room . . . 3110.34
RANGE WAR THREATENED.
Sumpter Miners Organize Against
Stockmen and Post Notices.
A little handtul or dissatisfied min
ing men In the vicinity of Sumpter,
have organized what they term "A
Mines Protective Association of East
ern Oregon," and have, taken steps to
drive stockmen out of the mountain!)
of that district.
Large numbers of stock from
Oram. Union, Raker, Morrow anil
Fmntllla counties annually range in
the high granites on the headwaters
or the John Day. Rock creek. Grand
Honde and other streams and this
organization, which owns a few scat-
First White Man to Lose His Life In
This Famous Body of Water.
Joseph, July S. On the Fourth of
July six men were out on Wallowa
lake hontrhllng, when two of the men
In attempting to chnnge places, cap'
sized the boat, throwing the occu
pants Into the water. Clifford Wade
was the only one of the party who
was able to swim ashore. With the
assistance of men and boats all were
finally brought to shore safely except
Peter Millard, who was drowned
The young man leaves a wife and two
little children. Mr. Millard was In
the water an hour and a half. The
other known members of the party
were; Mr. Ogburn and son and Mr.
Chenoworth. The names of the
other two gentlemen have not been
learned. The party was out for a
pleasant time 011 the Fourth, ami this
accident was sad Indeed. This Is the
first white person over drowned in
LUNATIC CAUSES TERROR.
Escaped Crazy Man Spreads Conster
nation in Washington.
After spreading terror In a small
community near Clyde, a demented
man named Swift, from tlie .Medical
Lake hospital for Insane, was cap
tin ed by attaches of the sheriffs or
flee yesieiday and brought to the
county Jail, says the Walla Wnlla
Statesman. Swirt, who was a trusty
at the usyliun, suddenly disappeared
two weeks ago and though the au
thorities of the institution heard
vague rumors ot his whereabouts as
he made his way south, no direct In
formation was obtained until Satur
day. when a telephone mesage to the
sheriff's office staled that n crazy man
was out on the licit.
The man was captured at a farm
house with little trouble and brought
to this city yesterday and confined it
the county jail. An olllcev of tin
asylum is expected to arrive in Hit
city tonight or tomorrow to take
Swift back to the asylum.
bwitrs appearance nmong the farm
ers near Clyde is said to have spread
consternation among the Inhabitants
While not violent the man's acts
were peculiar, and he had the popu
lntinn In n state of terror for u time
North Yakima. July t Grasshop
pers are becoming so plentiful on tho
reservation that the ranchers aro be
coming alarmed lest they become a
plague before the summer is over.
They have been increasing very fast
during the past week, and have en
tered the no-acre cucumber patch 01
H. SI. Gilbert, doing sonu damage
The Insects put in an uppearance sud
denly last week, nnd are rapidly
spreading over the vnllev
One will find it a pleasure io make a trip through
furniture store, the stock of which is like none other, whether
I you have an entire house to fit out, or just a single piece tn
I buy, it will pay you to come here, as nowhere else do we
believe will be seen such excellent variety, beauty of designs
I and such quality at the price. Indeed your furniture buy.
I inir will be done most pleasingly and economically at the
I BM1F1R & IPOLSfltM store. No furniture too elaborate for us
I and then we have so many nice, pretty pieces of furniture
I that will fit in here and there and add much to the ap-j
pearance and comfort ot the room, not expensive either, j
you would be surprised. j
Our carpets are our pride and we do not brag when we
say it is the best assorled and most up-to-date in town
ranging from 2 or 3 ply ingrain to the heavy Wiltons and t
body Brussels. Many designs of a?t squares, rugs, matting
and Iinoleumall fresh and newat unmatched prices fori
NEXT DOOR TO
A Delightful Boverage, 1
LA Safe Stimulant, I
A Good Mcdioino. I
JOHN SCHMIDT 1
' ' Mlcm morally llvwt from lint) J to ruguth."
h m. trug:MiiB poet. I auppowr1
iu, he's u dc-nUaU'
Von won't have to come to town on
a lall it you buy one of our Wluona
Wagons They havi- steel clay hubs
and outer bearing blocks, making
them run one-third easier than othor
makes or buggies. Hacks, Carriages,
Carts, Phaton from $10. Get your
tires on our hydraulic machine, wo
will not mark your whools.
Wo havo tho Stover Gasolluo Engine.
WANTIU) ADVnitTIsnitH TO MAKK UHI3
of tlii-ao clnsshk-tl columim. If you lmve
somt'tlilng you liavo no usa fo-, oir- to
trodo It toe nouwtlilns Hint Home other
body limy Imvo and liavn no uso for. some
thine that yon may need In your business.
Yon may liavc nn oxtrn lump that you
may wish to tradii for a cow or a vehicle.
Scmebody may have the cow and vehlcln
and want tit home. IBe or 25c want ad
will probably do the business.
Oils and Axle Grease E
7 havo a largo stock of castor machine,
blaok and cylinder oils, graphite, Taylor
and castor oil, axlo grease, compound in
bulk and bucketu. Got my priceb be
fore buying your harvest supply.
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware Man
741 Main Street
Watch Joe Basle's
Ad Next Week and
He Will Give iot a Month
JOSEPH BASLER om12 MttiD str!!l
The Furniture Man
(ELATERITE Is Mineral Rubber.)
YOU MAY INTEND OUILDING .,nMT n00F
or find It necessary to REPLACE A WORN-OUT
roomies. Kor flat and stoon surfaces, gutters, valleys, etc s'n,,.T.,.
Bom on i"--
Takes the place ot shinnies, tin, Iron, tar and j?ntvol, and
'lomporel for ull climates. Reasonable In cost
teen, u will nay to ask for iirlccsand Information.
THE ELATERITE ROOFING CO