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DAILY EAST ORE QONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1903.
Our stock of slides is
the largest nml best in
the city and wo can fit all
who arc in need of good
We want your trade
and will give you the best
values that can be
Call and examine our
stock before making a
son & Company
'Phone, Main i iSi
GOOD SHOES CHEAP.
OVER TEN BLOCKS TO
BE BUILT VERY SOON.
Much of It Belongs to the W. & C. R.
Railway and to the O. R. & N., and
Krod Nolf Ims gono to Portland and
Ynqnlnn Hay Tor nn outing.
H. IIIII, a cnttlonmn of Antelope, Is
the Kttostt of the Pendleton.
David Homo, of McKay. Is In tho
city on a short business trip.
V. .T. Ilaton, of Grass Vnlloy, la in
a Portion of tne City It is possible .. ,. B,u,rt 1)Ug0Sa lrl.
That a Portion Will Be Made of Mra T A Williams, of tlolso, was
Concrete. , tho guest of tho (loldon Utile yestor-
Tho city surveyor Is at work Mm- p , Macey loft this morning for
log the grade or t io strcc along Webb , ., , , , ,,,
street from the Intorscctlon of Main
PUP IN A SEPARATOR.
Canine Hobo From "N' Yaark" Ar
rives Half Dead From Starvation.
Last evening when the freight train
from tho East came In one of the ears
was shunted off here on the aide
track and left. On the car was a new
separator huilt by the lluffalo Pitts
Company, of Huffalo, N. Y., and as tho
yardmen were passing along the side
of the car they heard a noise In the
big machine and investigating, found
a wooly. half-starved dog. Tho dog
is about nine months old and hail evi
dently been In the machine for some
time, for ho was nearly dead for the
want of food and water.
The men around the oflleo took the
stranger out of his' prison and fed him
and put him to bed, and this morning
he Is trotting around the depot plat
form with all of tho self-assurance of i
the typical baggage-smasher. Tho
boys at tho station are going to adopt
tho waif and bring him up as a good
railroad man should be brought up,
and will make a mascot of him. From
the looks of the dog and the fact that
It was a through car that be traveled
on, It is supposed that he Is a New
to the railroad crossing west. Tho
work is being done at tho Instance of
the street commissioner, who is pre
paring to put In n now wnlk along tne
south side of the street from the Bast-1
ern Hotel to the railroad crossing
near the freight depot of the W. & C.
It. In the stretch there are 10 blocks
and live or them belong to tho rail
road company. The walks will be put
on tho ofllclnl grado of the street, and ,
will be well constructed nml substan
tial. Work will lie commenced on
them the llrst of the coming week.
The sidewalk between tho now For-1
gusoii-Mnlony building and Shields' i
park is in a bad fix. and notice has
been served on the O. It. & N. that
It will have to be rebuilt. The com
pany has promised to do tho work.
but Is watting to determine whether
or not It will build tho walk of wood
or of concrete. If they can get the
material and tho labor In a short time ,
they will put in a concrete walk, and
If not they will build It of two by
four timbers laid edgeways and of tho I
legal width to meet the requirements
of the city ordinance. j
The street commissioner and his
men are employed at this time In gen
eral repair work all over the city, and !
will endeavor to got the walks and
streets In as good condition as possl-1
ble by the time that tho rains com-1
mence In the fall.
Mr. and Mrs. T. McMahon and fam
ily, of Milton, were Pendleton visitors
Airs, E. C. Sklles and her daughter.
Elizabeth, nro the guests of friends
In l.n fJrandc.
PROGRESS ON SEWER WORK.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Howard, of Great
Falls. Mont., are the guests of Pen
A. II. Thompson, tho receiver of tho
La Grande land olllce, Is In the city
for a short visit.
Mrs. T. 0. Hnlley ami daughters
left this morning for Oearhart Park,
for a summer outing.
S. P. Calderhcad. of the W. & C. It.,
left this morning for Dayton, after a
business visit in tills city.
Lincoln Jay, one of tho lending
sign writers of Spokune, is in tho
city, the guest of his brother.
F. II. Hulbrook, superintendent for
the Oregon Land & Water Company,
at Stokes, Is In tho city today.
Henry Harrison has returned from
a trip to tho springs, whero lie has
been for the past week or two.
I J. A. Carlson nnd wife, of Knmoln,
I will leave In a few days for an ex
tended trip to tho Sound cities.
I Lee Teutsch will nttond the regatta
' at Astoria, and will leave tor that city
the middle of tho coming week.
Mr and -Mrs. E. Y. Judd left this
morning for Hartford, Conn., whero
I they will reside for tho coming year.
Grant Horn, ouo of tho prominent
I sheepmen of the East Hlrch Creek
district, was a visitor In tho city to-
MATERIAL IS HERE AND
WORK WILL BE DONE SOON.
An Early Completion of the Enterprise
Is Promised by Vice-President Me
Cabe Scarcity of Labor During
Harvesting Responsible for the Re
Joseph McCabo, tho vice-president
of the W, & C. It., was In tho city
yesterday looking after tho business
of the road, and while hero stnteu that
ho material for tho plankln? or tho
feck of tho company on Webb ntn,ot
was hero and tho work would be com
menced as soon as men could bo
found to do It. In fact, tho material
Imd been hero for some time, but
owing to tho scarcity of labor during
the hnrvost season It hail been Im
possible to have the work done. As
soon as tho harvest Is over and tho
men can ho secured the work will bo
It Is the Intention of the company
to plank tho track from tho ends of
the ties along tho whole length of tho
street. As tho track has been put
on the level of tho street, this will
leave the planked trnck high ami dry
In the nlr unless the city fills the rest
of the street In accordance with the
If the men can be Secured to do
the work, tho planks will nil be laid
inside of 30 days, and the long moot
ed question will bo settled.
Most Difficult Work Has Not Yet Been
The workmen on the sower are com
Ing up Alta street at a rapid rate, and ,nv
It will not bo ong until the trench , ... , ,,., ., . .,
has been completed to Main street.1. ,M,iss hfr J V n. in 8m ,? I r
rr,, ... !,, , ,.,, ,,, , land, whore sho will be the guest or
The gang on Alta Is Just this aide of f , ', , , , , , .
the Dutch Henry feed yard today, and 'f,,""8, aml wl" later M 10 1,10 8ca
is fast coming toward town. t 11
On Court street tho work is as far " 'K"i " J"'"
Finds Home for His Children.
T. J. Ennis, of hitter, whose wife
died in tao Walla Walla hospital Sun
day, has found a temporary home for
his two little girls, with Mrs. Ida Hoi
comb, an old friend of tho family in
this city. He will keep his little son
with him at North Powder, nnd ex
pects to take his daughters there after
he gets permanently located,
H'H"H I I 1 I IH I 'l1 1' I 'I"H"HH
HIGH GRADE SPICES
We have Just received a full
line of Gilpin, Langdon & Co.'s
pure, high grade Spices. A few
of tho varieties are
his family at Teal Springs, whore he
will spend a vacation for a week or
J. A. Smith, tho harness man, will
leave In tho morning for Lehman
Springs, whore ho will spend tho next
advanced, and the two gangs are keep
ing side by side In their work toward
tho city. About a mile of the pipe
has been laid, nnd this means that
about one-eighth of the entire length
or the sewer has been completed; but
It does not signify that tho same pro
portion or tho work has been done, for , E(1 Marshall, who Is suffering with
all of the work along the railroad ,Vtihnl,i fovnr la nrni?r..aslii.. w,.il
track Is yet to be attempted, and this as cou(1 )0 u'XIH,cted nt tills stago of
win oe me narueai pun oi me enure tho disease.
construction, for tne reason mat some
nt 1n t.fl.- mile. n flnn iilnlni- flirt '
tracks and some so close to thorn that
all of tho ditch will have to bo tim
bered, no matter how shallow it may
Chris Kanlcy nnd family and the
family of Thomas Fits! Gerald, leave
in the morning for nn outing at I .en
i Thomas Ayros left Inst night for
iiidaway Springs, whore he will visit
i with ills family, who are spending the
' summer there.
George W. Jones, of the
1 department of the O. It. & N.
morning for Hoppncr, where
visit for a time.
Mrs. M, Al co Sheridan ami daugh
Cloves, English Mnstard,
Eed Pepper, Black Pepper,
White Pepper, Tnrmnric,
Cinnamon, Mixed Spices,
These arev all guaranteed
pure spices of tho very best T
make. Put up in convenient
When you want spices that J
are right, come to us.
TALLNIAN & CO-
Lending Drnu;p;iHts 5
be. This will take added time
Owing to the fact that It lias been
so hard for the contractors to get
their piping on time as they wanted
It, the work lias been retarded until
If is doubtful if the contract can be
finished on tho time that Is set by the
specifications. In view of the fact
that tho work has been pu3hed as fast' tor yllla i,eI1ore( have gone to Teal
as uio muor ami nmiuri.u ui na.m springs, whero they will remain dur
would admit, It is possible that the mg tho warm weather
city.. ?;"L nd "10 "ra!MI "JILT I Soth Catlln, nn architect of Port
" "t " "i iTv ,!. ' I "''. who has been the guest of
for the delay has been caused by de- ,,, ,n tho .tv fnr ln w0,r
lays unforseen and not to bo helped ; . rn,...n,, , ,inm
ui uvuicuiiit; uj wiu unit in wiih w
At Lehman Springs.
There are about 300 visitors at tho
Lehman Springs now, and moro aro
coming In each day. Tho hotel Is
crowded and tho nowcomers aro
camping out In the groves around tho
springs. There Is a great number of
Pendleton people there, and a pleas
ant time is being had by all those
Mr. Hawley Returns.
Luke Hawley returned this morn
ing from a two weeks' vacation trip
to tho valley. Wi.ne away he visited
Portland nnd Nowport. and from
thero went to Independence, whero he
spent a week with bis parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Hawley, of that city.
He reports a very pleasant trip.
NOT GOOD, NOT HERE
They Lead the Procession
The popularity of Swift's products among nil clnssoa Is very
largely duo to tho absolutely clean and hygienic conditions un
der which each carcass is dressed, and tho meat and tho food pro
ducts prepared and inspected. This is particularly true of Swift's
Premium Ham nnd Iiacon. From the sleek, corn-fed hogs In tho
pens, tho carefully selected hams and bacon In tho smokehouse,
tho final oxport inspection by tho U. S. government, nnd, lastly,
tho dainty wrapping in parcl-ment paper, ouch stop in tho evolu
tion of these nutritious and appetizing products is a guarantee
that they will always please.
F. S. YOUNGER & SON
iOT GOOD, NOT HERE
C. 11. Miller, the city engineer, loft
this morning for Walla Walla, for a
short visit on business. He will re
turn on tho ovonlng train.
.Mrs. Lot I.lvormoro and children
have returned from Long lleacii
whore thoy have been enjoying tho
sea breezes for tho past two weeks,
-Mrs. C. W. Nessly, of Prossor,
Wash., Is tho guest or her nephny, L.
E. Wonham. or this place, on her way
to the eastern part of the state on a
.Mr. and Mrs. Martin Anderson hnvo
returned from a visit to San Francis
co and other California points, whero
they havo been for the last two
D. D. Sholton and C. Shelton, or
Salem, woro In tho city for a short
time yestorday on their way homo
lrom a trip into tho mountains or this
part of tho state.
Ralph Coon, of tho Hawley Ilroth
ers' grocery storo, loft this morning
for Ilblnway Springs, whero ho will
spend tho next 10 days in enjoying his
W. J. Furnish returned last even
ing from Lehman Springs, whoro his
family nro spending tho summer. Ho
will return ns soon as he lias attended
to somo business matters.
Airs. Cora Cooper, lato landlady
at tho Strahon lodging house, Is vis-
ting friends In Yamhill and Polk
counties. Sho will spend tho winter
In Cnlirnrnla and return to Pondloton
j John Hudson, or tho W. & C. It.
; train torvlco, was In tho city Inst
i night nnd has gono to Walla Wolln,
I whoro ho will spend a 10-days' vaca
) tlon. Whllo ho is taking his vacation
bin mother will visit him from bur
home nt St. Paul.
Gus Myers, aged 17, of Eugeno, was
drowned Monday, whllo bathing.
W. & C. R. Railway Will Rebuild and
Strengthen All Structures Next
Joseph McCabo, tho vice-president
of the W. & C. returned to hla
home at Walla Walla this morning,
nftor a brief visit in tho city on busi
ness connected with tho rond. The
W. & C. K. has done about all of tho
now work that It will do thts year, but
in the coming year It will begin again
on the reconstruction of tho rest of
the hrldgCH nloug the line. It has
been putting In tho concrete this year,
and all will bo ready for the erection
of the superstructures when It Is time
to begin work in tho spring.
This year the company has put In
two now steol bridges on tho lino.
nnd next thero will bo more built, nnd
all the culverts and small bridges will
bo built on a solid plan.
Willamette Wheat Good.
The first wheat field to bo threshed
seems to promiso that tho goncrul
yield of grain this season will bo
good. It was a Held or 10 odd acres
on tho farm of Mr. Jensen across
tho river from Tyra Smith's place,
near Peoria. It was fall sown wheat,
disced in on stubble. From wheat
of the sort a yield of IE to 20 hush
els Ih ordinarily expected. Tho fluid
in question made an nverago or 2fi
bushels per acre. Corvallls Times
Bear Not Plentiful.
Engineer E. Jacobson. or Kniiuiii.
who has an imported pack or bear
(loirs, has Hcarchcd tho Illun ninmi
tains In vain for bear, this summer.
Tile only ciianco bo hns had to test
ine uguiing ipuuuies of ins dogs dur
Imr the cntlrii Honson wns Inst ulirht
vvhon they brought a full-grown por
cupine to bay In n hollow log. It Is
needless to say that tho entlro pack
is in mourning touny.
LaFontalne's New Residence.
Workmen aro busy with tho fnun
dntion of tho now rnttnun bnlni rnn
structed by Gus LaFuntnlnc on Altn
street, tho work is being dono In
stone, nnd when the cottngo Is com
pleted It will bo ono of tho most
sightly residences In that part or tho
city, it win no limit at a cost of
Outing at Newport.
F. S. Younger roturned this morn
ing from Newport, where ho hns boon
for tho past week. Ernest Younger
will leave in tho morning to Join tho
otnor momuers of tho family at Now
port, whoro they will remain tor sov
oral days bcroro returning homo.
Returns Much Improved.
C. W. Irwin, formorlv nronrlntnr
or tho Delta, roturned yesterday
evening with his family from an ox
tended trip through Colorado, Utah
and Montana, much Improved In
health. Mr. Irwin will probably re
main In Pendleton permanently.
Tho Aninliiamnted nrnHinrlmn.i nt
Teamsters and Helpers In session at
nunaio, nns elected a N. Shea, or
Boston, as presldont.
If you ttso Grain-0 In place of
coffeo you will enjoy it ji. ,t a,
much for it tastes tho same; yet, It
Is liko a food to t!io tiy.tern, C
trlbuting tho full subtan:oof t.io
puru j;raln with every drop.
TRY IT TO-DAY.
At grocers emjrwlmru ; 13c. and sac por pueluga
TO SAN FRANCI8CO.
Party Will Leave Tomorrow to At
tend National Encampment Q, A. R.
Mr. and Mrs. (). W. Itlgby. Mr. and
Mrs. P, P. Collier, Mr. nml Mrs. J, n.
King and Dr. JohiiHon, of this city,
and Mr. and Mrs. J, ir. Hltcmau nnd
diuightor, of Athonn, will leavo In tho
morning for San Francisco, where
they will attend tho national oncninp
ment of tho Grand Army of the Re
public. It was the Intention of the party to
go by water nnd return over tho
Southern Pacific, but thoy woro tumble j
to soetiro pnssago on the bonts owing
to tho lnrgo number who nro going
to tho tity to nttond tho encampment,
Tho party will bo absent from tho
city for about three weeks or n
Win, . I
y-nve cents n 00ffl
l.ohlcr C UP' 'Cl
ft-lron colt, vncVV,
'older does M o , -Ml.
Hny le Scarce.
l.iiHt week Antono Egll, of Wiigon-
tire, sold to Jack Partln and 'A. (1.
Harris or Summer Lake. 100 head or
cows, calves nnd yearling steers nt
$20 per head. Mr. Egll's reason lor I
selling is snld to he on account of the i
liny crops In the Wngontlro country.
c- . ...
oi. loiiis W0rd-S .
L TEA III
91 i iJ
A ROGULAR WHIRLWIND OF LOW PRICES
We luivn more mwiHn tlmn wn untit
... - " - - nnnrvasuii oi lueuar f
niiiat iitilnrift fVifiKi liiiln iiu '""-jrai, n
SUMMER DRESS Q00DS AT YOUR OWN PRICE
Men's cmiil underi-hlrls nt lifie. Men's but.
Men's exirn JJullirlgtiiu undershirts fiOe. Dmwwa to match in
the nliDvu grades. Men's "I Jest In Town'' work Bliirtsonlv'
Aleii'tt oneiiper vvoru mnris it jou want them. Hals t-Wi
suspenders, lots of them, mid cheaper than you cm biiv llienni
where. 1 f good miods nt low prices will reneh vim. wo 'm
get your IiuhIih-hh, ns low prices prevail in all lpartiiientj5d
niinu. i wiiin nil iHioiijtrnnt
LYONS MERC. CO
Oil Cooking St
Is the automatic blue
cookor. It Is a boon to tlia
keeper In lint weather, rJl
boll, bako or roast likeia
It burns only a gallon Si
three days, and Is mi
simplest, cleanest and til
mimical stove ever made
Prices Reduced to Clos
: W. J. CLARKE & Co, 21. courts
We have received an advance shipment oi mens
fine clothine and overcoats. These we have placed on
our tables lor exhibition and await your pleasure. ClI,l
when vou have time nnd inspect the best men's suit)
that is offered in this part of the country. We sell
TAILOR MADE SUIT at a hand-me-down price.
Just think of it, a fine suit of clothes at fromf"0
to S30.C0 ond overcoats to $40.00.
The Boston Stoi
Bigg' st Clothing Store
in Eastern OreLon