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-- -J- DAILY EA8T ORECONIAN. PENDLETON. ORECON. wrmuranAV ,.,.V,a
e the I
t....- mrrodes. never
-Mil nor expand; in fact
t:ver gives any trouble of
or kind d U5cd fr"11
is of work. A very
onerior covering for barns,
ftrtorie- depots, canneries,
Buries, shed, and mining
The Paraffinc Paint Co.
Jan Francisco, Seattle,
r..WNk n o.nrl 1 ni Antfrlf i
t r T LOK. Aeent i t
...... . .----. .-.
Int. WlA It- 1 1
Ifffliavi purchased tho Wlthce
r..rlc and Hcpalr Shop and
w nropareil to make quick re
Mi's anc guarantee, our work.
I ropalr birvcles. sewing ma.
.-ioes and other light machln
do bra, ng and otlicr re-
alrinp V e arp nccm f''
I tfrtt malvf - o( wheels that
met ' test and proved
worth They are
and THE CRAWFORD.
, you arc going to buy a
ihff' n around nnu lool
on wlictl iK-fore you pur
, , v" v heel.
EAST COURT STREET.
CM. FROOME, PROPRIETOR.
urryan.s jr iiicnlc pai'tios. Good j
has nith ..impotent drivers fori
kiaorcial men Speedy horsos and
ii:o!ome r gs for evening and bun-drive--
Gentle horses for family
storl. ooarded at reasonaDie
l'es Hcst of care etIvrii to transient
lack Oppostc Hotel i'endloton.
ne Main 1C1
1DB-UNDE'l NEW MANAGEMENT
v. ita and Lllllth Sts.
S- A. ALLOWAY HAS CHARGE '
FTHEOLD DUTCH HENRY FEED I
IWRO, AND WOULD BE PLEASED
I'D CARE FOR YOUR HORSES.
I'KNTY OF STALLS, LARGE COR
FOR LOOSE HORSES AND
TTLE HAY AND GRAIN FOR
tE. CHOP MILL IN CONNEC
TION, 'PHONP MiltJ 115t
I; there is a big
I; DEMAND for
I; Canned fruits and vegetables
jall the fresh ripe flavor of
.we fruit or vegetable-noth-j
H but the most select stock
! 8068 into a MONOPnr.E can.
'very bit is packed fresh,
uuu ueitcious, wiui
J "taking care and yon can
""now (.i-ncors Court Hlrevt
,Jm!U'1 OUDBKB KOIt EN
Ua nrtu. u7.-uiii in-itatimifl. etc. .
IWSKf? siting carda with plate.
nSHlon.l crJ, , uture, if per
H Cut Orcaoalam.
E JAPS RTllflY CHii!s,,:i::if:r,,. pnTiiirc I
A W W 1 Ulllllll " I llll U
UUOU IMF '
ow Is the accepted time to
Have your house painted or pa
E " ft. '!."!' palnlln3 here and
there will help Its Iooks wonder
fully. Some nice, bright, new
wall paper will lend a freshness
to any room. Our stock of wall
paper was never nore complete
pattern In endless variety and
every one new and up-to-date In
olor design. Better come In and
let us show them to you and tell
you what It will cost for your
whole house or one room.
E. J. Murphy,
111 Conrt Street.
Just rail u,, Mam ir, :i, Out- , I
Utl 1.)., 1)111-
v.c send , j
d with anv ,
ton's Candy Store.
our wagon around
quantity of Ice cream you wish.
What dessert can you get more
satisfactory and refreshing
this hot weather, than wafers
and Ice cream. Our cream Is j
pure, cold and delicious, if
you are down town drop in and
try our hot woather drinks.
Try our candies, they are made
fresh every day.
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GOOD SOUND WOOD
1 ahvavs received when you
place your order witli us.
Fir. Tamarack and
Why buy poor coai when you
can Ret the best for the same
Telephone Main 5i
THE WAY WE DO IT
In.pnse.- most people with the idea
that we hae the implements and the
know how" when It comes to put
ting a new tire on a carriage or wagon
wheel. Same thing applies to rj
featuie of carriage and wagou je-imlilng-repalnnng,
upholstering and generally making
the vehicle look as good as new. our
0,or'new8hydrau.ic tire setting ma
,.,lm with the old method
" ickens the iron in.teaU or burn
ne the wood. We do not spilt the
,thln getting off the tire , amMve
d, uZMmZy Call TllTZ
'work Hack liuggie. and Winona
Vugomi. Anything that runs on
"heels at prices that are right.
We have the Stover SJ
, K oL'F.KN HOTEL. Clwii
i" JTTlnly wblw. help em-
oive us a
MAY OVERTHROW CELESTIAL
EMPIRE BY STEALTH
Russia and England Arc
Not the i
Most Powerful Enemies of China ccn ' association and als - eon
Japan Will Show Her Hand In i nm ,he Proceedings 01 'he six ' an
Time invention, which was he .1 In
Kansas City. Jan., IS to It!, i!V
roMuc. Julv 2fi.Th ..rLp eompllshments of th ,sso-
nan's in;,.J :
l" ono or thn e ? osVf ' represents $U.nOort.OMi ot Invest
width h. i . .V" fnmi'n'snio.l capital, but because over demand
Action wm.i'Kf7,,,Sl(le' co,"'lt make8 "f tatc op mbUop-1 l.Mn-
cnHons t"i,,. i, Cr,.lhpr .m.' lm '" 1 "'"I'led with It, for It is ever - the
cations that Japan is str v nc In . nhn m .,rr,t. n, ,i. v
uM?hV.s?ni,. n,lvanee thaUnnucnce I
u Ln5 .S cf Kvernnient. and It
f,lilll''i i"al acr urn-
i mate object Is to strensthen her own
I position by an alliance with tho ee
, leatlal empire, using the argument
, ' ' '"'iiei it-
...v atcmessions oi uio western i
Japan's Meteoric Rise.
san to adopt western methods a little1
more than half a century ago has
' " fiiiui j iw n.i
''"""tless Impressed many prominent
chinamen who are now newly awake
to the helplessness of their country
which was so strikingly Illustrated
by the easy capture of their capital.
as an oriental people who under-
ctmwl K HUl
Russians can hope to do. the Japan
. , ...... ...... .nc ritllM .
ese may be able to mnke headwa
i heir undertaking.
It is certainly true, ns the records
Hi the .lniinnpflo Infrntlmi linr.i clinu-
that a very large number of Japanese
have Invaded Northern China slnco
tne rloxer war,
Not counting the Russians, they
are perhaps, equal numbers to all the
Europeans and Americans in New
ehwang. Port Arthur and Dalny.
There aie over 1,300 at Tientsin and
more than Ron in Pelting. Hefore
the troubles they were a mere hand
ful. To Win Over Chinese.
x attain her political objects Ja-
.,an's a!;(.nts are trying to win the
) confidence ot the most powerful Chi
j nese officials, notably the progres
I sive viceroys. Chang' Chi Tung and
j Yuan Shi Kai. Several Chines oi
! ficials of rank have been induced to
I visit Japan during the past few ears.
Hiey were warmly welcomed and Ja
pan sought to Impress them with the
community of Interest between the
It is also stated that Japan is seek
ing to effect a reorganisation of the
Chinese army, and that there are
many Japnnoso Instructors in ue
army who have superseded Europe
ans. Hermans and others, who were
in the service before tho Boxer trou
bles. Students in Tokio.
The imperial university in l'eking,
which was directed from its begin
ning by Dr. W. A. P. Martin, un
American missionary, Imb been reor
ganized by the Japanese.
The troubles 'between the Chinese
minister in Japan and the students
of his country, revealed the fact,
which was a surprise to the diplo
mats In I'okina-. that a thousand Chl-
I nese students were living in Toklo.
I Tnat was six mouths ngo. Since
ihen the number of Chinese students
I has increased to 2.00U, and includes
the children of some of the highest
officials aud nobility, and there are
a hundred or more girls among them.
Most of the students are enrolled at
the Tokio university, hut others are
in military, normal, agricultural and
sclentLIc schools, and others in the
Mrtvoti. establishments of Mr. ruk'i-
.! and Count Okinawa, who have
played u gient pan In
Sixth Annua! Book of Nation' Live,
stock Association Now Ou
The sixth animal report of the Na
tional Livestock Association' has boon
received. It Is a handsome volumo
or nearly son pases and a ft addition
In more ways than one to nnv Mock'
man's library. The pages te'l tho
Story of I ho vear's wnrb hi- nfll.
especially m the wy na
ease, and-Is also a stronR o-.ronent
t a merfilnK of m packing v., rests
of the country, thus motert.-n; the
public from the baneful effecs of a
meat combine. Members of the As-
uoou llei by appl.vine to the . ecre-
tary, c V Martin. Denver. Jein.-ado,
SEVERE PRACTICAL JOKE.
Baker cn Man Le,t "
A parly of men out hunting and
fishing on Hock creol; played a prac
tical joue on Charles Whitehead, n
member of the party, says the linker.
City Herald. The party has been
enjoying the outing to the fullest ex-
a member of the
nmu-rl PMitnl l .i.tnnuDnt.i. tn ..li.ri.
- " .1 ... w -.-... j ... .V.ll...
In tlnK-iai PIlv Tin nl-nen mill ilpnccml
In the early morning light. The
otlicr members of the party hnd In
the meantime exchanged tho shoes
of the departing member and Mr.
,OTVI1 aml ,,,,, not
man came on to
discover that he
was wearing Mr. Whitehead's shoos
until his arrival. He said that they
felt rather large but he didn't have
time to Investigate. Mr. Whitehead
cannot wear the absconding mem
ber's shoes and his friends In Halter
City are wondering what he will no
atioin it. It has been suggested that
a party meet him on his return to
Haker City and ns a welcome ad
dress, Emerson's poetry, "The Hare-
foot Hoy." be rendered. If he gets
back he will have to come In his
A Fight for Pure Milk.
Alice Katherine Fallows has pre
pared for the August Century a sum
mary of New York City's fight for
puto milk. The conditions toiind ny
Inspectors and reformers when the
war against death and disease-breed
Ing milk wnB begun three years ago
are sickening and almost incredible.
Now no housewife In Now York hns
any excuse whatever for buying con
tamlnated milk. Certified milk Is as
nure as science aud skill can make it;
but Its price puts It beyond tho reach
of many families, f cents a quart
being asked and cheerfully paid by
those who can afford It for one
farm's output. Hut "inspected" milk
may be had for the prlre of ordinary
bottled milk. The label, "inspected
by the Milk Commission of the Modi
cnl Society of the County of New-
York. " guarantees that, at the farms
supplying milk. yurdB and barns nro
lit sanitary condition, cows properly
cared for. Lotties and cans clean:
that the milk Is cooled at once and
transported quickly, ami that it has
not more than a tertnln number of
bacteria: that the iarm Is vlBltcd by
nn Insnoetor. and that tho milk com
mission regards the milk as pure and
healthful. Ms Fallows' article win
be Illustrated by Miss Charlotte H
Five hundred tons of exhibits for
the World's Fair, St. Louis, from tho
Philippines are now on their way to
St Louis on the U. S. transport Fltz
r -B.fty aft.
REVIEW OF SITUATION
IN DEMOCRATIC PARTY.
William J. Bryan Has Agreed to At-
tend the State Convention in Auu
ust Stated That Tom Johnson Is
Planning Something Unusual and
Spectacular A Hot Time Is Prom
ised, Columbus, l).. July at).-- It Is an old
saying that politics In the Buckeye
state never approaches a state of stag
nation and that ns election time rolls
around It Is certain to reach the boil
ing point. At the present time the
bubbling mny be heard nfnr and
spectacular politics of a lively varie
ty may be looked for from now until
the democratic state convention is
held next month. The democratic
situation Is peculiar and politicians
are on the qui vivo awaiting further
It will be recalled that on the
Fourth of July Tom U Johnson wa
the guest of Mr. Hrynn at Lincoln.
Neb., and that Immediately following
his return to Ohio Hie nnuonncemeut
wns mnde that llryan would visit
Ohio in August and attend the demo
cratic state convention. This agree
ment was reached at Lincoln after an
all-daly conference between llryan
and Johnson, during which the lat
ter went over the Ohio situation and
explained that a tremendous effort
would be limile to repudiate llryan
Ism and the Kansas City platform
by the so-culled conservntlvo faction
of the party.
The Dangers of Clcvelandlsm.
Mr. llryan ngreod to como to Ohio,
to warn the delegates against the
dangers of Clevelamllsm. nud any
departure iroin the tenets of the Kan
sas City platform. Nor onlv that,
but II Is believed he will very like
ly insist upon the nomination of loliu
son ub the candidate for govornor.
In spite of the fact that a majority
of the delegates may be pledged to
John M. Zimmerman, of Springfield,
or some other cnndldale. lie will
declare Ihttt a United States sennlor
must be indorsed, and probably put
In a good word lor his old friend,
lormer CougrOBsmnn John J. Lent.,
who stands for the llryan wing of
the democratic party more than any
other man In Ohio. With the Kansas
City platform Indorsed, Johnson
nominated for governor and Lent
Indorsed for United Stales senator,
Mr. llryan would certainly be in a
position to congratulate himself, nud
the Impetus given his cause would
be felt In every stale In the union.
in the meantime Mr. Johnson Is
keeping his own counsels. It Is said
his closest friends do not kno-v his
mini! on the gubernatorial iiiailer
The only thing that Is positively
known Is that he Is arranging a ram
palgn that will completely eclipse
his circus-tent affair of u year ago,
He purposes among other things, to
employ a number of automobiles to
rnrry stump speakers and a flood of
literature over the state,
Meanwhile the opiKisitlou element
Is likewise preparing to take to the
field. The roporl from Washington
that soon after the return of John
H. McLean from Europe, there will
In' a conference of his friends to
look over the democratic situation In
Ohio, if true, means that the conserv
ative wing of the pnrty, marshaled
by McLean, proposes to make Its In
lluence l'et In the coming election,
both as to platlorm and candidates.
A $5,000 Baby.
New York, July 21. In these days
or. demoralization In tecurlty prices
It wo'ild appear tu.it inviMors and
capltall.''1 tain me f"i-. I -f the so
rrily outlook might t""i their at
tent Ion pio.ltnbly to the Mppopotainus
market. Miss Murpl.i. il big hippo
potamus In Central Park bus Just ad
ded n baby hippo ui the menagerie,
her eighth uihliMiutiori to the hippo
potamus voi'il and a1' a full grown
htppu would be wor' i $5,000, un In
veutnoiii In Miss Murphy a few years
ago would haw netted large leturns.
By tliu Fire Insurance Com
panios we represent. Out
companiob stand first in tlx
Hartford "Ire Insurance Co. lL',Sft!),07t
Alliance Assurance Co i.ll.O.'W.tm.'-
Iitidon t Lmicuslilre i'lre
Insurance Oi . 8H,ilv
N'orth ilrltlsli h Mercantile
lOynl Insurance Co. . W.MIT.IM
FRANK B. CLOPTOK
800 MAIN STREET
Farmers Custom Mill
Fred Walters, Proprietor
Capacity 160 barrels a day
Flour exchanged for wheat
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped Fred, etc
always oo baud.
When tho hot days of sum
mer como the cook stove Is to
be avoided and well It can bo
with the stock ot summer tlolU
cades. Lots ot new thlnga In
convenient form ready to
serve cold or wPh n llttlo
warming. Yot will bo sur
prised at the many tempting;
dainties we have for you.
Wo Don't Keep Everything
But we do keep a good big
stock of nice dry Flooring,
Celling, Hustle and Finish,
In all grades. Also all kinds
of Dimension Lumber, In
cluding Lath and Shingles.
Our stock of Dcors, Win
dows, Moulding, Building
and Tar Paper and Apple
Boxes Is complete, and any
one In need of Lumbtr will
not be wrong In placing
their order with the : :
Dray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. W. C. IL Depot
Is the cause of more dlsco'mfort than
.my other ailment. It you cat tho
things that you want and that are
good for jou. you are distressed. Ack
er's Dyspepsia Tablets will lnnko
your digestion perfect and prevent
Dyspepsia and Its attendant dlsagroe
iblo symptoms. You can snfcly egt
mythlug, at any time, If you take ono
if these tablets aflerwatd Sold by
ill drugglhts under a ponllii6 guar
antee. :G cts. Money refunded If
yon aro not satisfied. Send to us for
t free sample. W. II. Hooker A Co.,
Iluffnlo, N. Y.
DESPA1N & CLARK
SALE GROCERY AND
514-514 MAIN STREET
Phone Alain 17.(1
LET US FILL
FOR LUMBER 1
Wo can supply you with
Building Material of all
description-. and save
Building paper lime
cement. Iiticlt and sand.
Wood guttcrH for barns
and dwellings a specialty.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alia St., Opp. Court House
IS THE CHEAPEST
Hear this in mind when you
need poultry ami stock supplies
and ask for the International
Poultry and Stock Food. Use
Kow Kuru for your cow trou
bles, C. F. Colesworthy
127.129 Kast Alta St.
Agent for Leo's Lice Killer