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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY. AUGUST 17. 1903.
The Peoples Greatest Outfitters
FOR BRITISH TRACE
IN" j. TP
tor sale by till up-to-date grocers.
u the ci
. nn II
. set Wl
Tickets to Shield's Park
1 n,i intend buying goods buy them horn v;.i.
Ij.oocash purchase in our clothing or dry Koods
Uert wc k'vi- io ujc vatidevi lc
jlarpmg our store rooms, tearing out and re
mg tin interior, hence its bargain time.
Touribts Capa and
LoY A GOOD SMOKE? Try Pendleton Boquet and Pride
l,a. Made ai tiome. A. RHODE, Maker.
Opens Saturday, August the first, and
you will need a new gun atid ammuni
tion. We. have the finest line In tho city
ot dmiblo bnrrel shotguns and repeat
ers. Call and cxnmlno our line beforo
purchasing, as wo can save you
PSON HARDWARE Co.
lSt. Headquarters for fishing supplies J
I l" I" "J" I" "J "I I" "I "I J PI" "I I "I 4" "I "I "I" I" "1 ""1" I
(SdDW Leaf Brand of
ICO COFFEE in one nouud Packages
MOCHA COFFEE in one pound packages
eas. bxtracts and Baking fowoer
ID COFFEE & SPICE Co.. So'1'
the Women of penaieion
ejmf as Elsewhere.
Hard to attend to household duties.
With a constantly aching back
A woman should not have u bad
hack .. . ... ,.
And she wouldn't n me iiuu-v
were well. ,.
Donn's Kidney fins muhu
I Hero is a i-cuuieiuu
indorses this claim:
Mrs. George Hays, living at No.
22S Lllleth street, vomer ot W
Bluff Btrcot, says: I can recouiiu.u
' , KJdW Pills to aU .utoro
from lmckneiie aim " 7," ,
troubles, with utmost confidence hat
they will do ovorytuing ' ";
claimed tor them by those who
used them as well as by he
Tho troublo for which I used thorn
was principally backache ; with i v h ch
I had leen bothered off an on foi a
.i. it lnirt mo badly wiieu i
d to do "any ho,
I Un kind J. " j ,io.irloil to try IUpdi,
V" ' .r' he7 could do no harm.
iamn,t:i.. . :::..' n.i no good. I 8?l "
?ve 'l. nf Brock & MoO
uox in ui" r" ... -Z,.. bov as
uo, nn " ;,iv
that was suintieut to
linni.-ncho and I havo
not felt "
SlC0" . ... . ,lntr
For salt- vi u. "r-Milburn Co..
fonts per ho 1 ,Btr, fnr -lie
"'TICIak i Buffalo. N V
t , United States
ijj.. -t., ltomcmucr
1KH'M4' I nntl talto no other
SEATTLE COMPANY BE
GINS CONSTRUCTION WORK.
Must Complete 125 Miles of Alaskan
Central Each Year Until 420 Miles
Arc Dullt-From Knlk to Eagle.
din IV" mosl ""Pnrtant expo
i T ,hat cvrr le" tnls ly for
! ! ?fVlomw Snn,a An. which
e"W to sail Monday, says tho
Sonttle Star. It consists of a party
or .to men, mo of whom aw the
neads ot departments or the Tanann
on, TlVlm Coml" which has the
,Z &el for b,,lldlnS the Alaska Cen
tral railway, sn other men engaged
as laborers anil In other capacities,
nr. a ,o tons of material. Following
tiio Santa Ana all the other Alaska
steamers of the Pacific Clipper line
will carry during the summer cargoes
of material for the construction of
the hyperborean railroad the first to
ho sturted through the vast wilder-
"i'sb or mat unexplored tcrrliorv
The Tanana Construction Company
under the terms of its contract with '
me Alaska Central railroad is obliged I 1I1U!!t pem mciuiieu a strong i
to build 125 miles of road each yearlpRtlon representing England and
umit me total of 120 miles is complet- i
ert. In the outfit which goes north
on the Santa Ann Is mntorini rm- t,,
eoi strurtlon of a sawmill and or pile
drivors. A wharf is to bo built nt '
Seward on Resurrection bay, on tho
Kenal peninsula, which lies north of
Prince William sound and Valdez. The
aama Ann win take up tools and ma
chinery for the construction of the
wharf. Kails and materials for the
construction of the railroad proper
will lie sent on later steamers.
Col. C. M. Anderson of this city,
chief engineer of the Alaska Central.
Is lalng out a townsltc at Seward,
which Is to be the ocean terminal of
the road. That portion or the railroad
to be completed this year lies between
Seward and Knlk. The line, accord
ing to the route already surveyed,
will extend from Knlk to what Is said
to be the richest portion of Alaska,
both in mineral and agriculture, by
way of Kagle. on the Yukon, passing
close to Fairbanks, the metropolis of
John Dowdle of Chicago, piesldent
and manager of the Tanana Construc
tion company arrived from that city
with his party several days ago. He
Is a railroad man of natluiml reputa
tion, having recently completed a $2,
000.000 terminal clearing at Chicago.
At the present time he has a large
amount of work In progress In New
Orleans. Col. A. V. Swanltz. is chief
consulting engineer of the construc
tion company. He was formerly with
the Illinois Central, and has superin
tended the construction of 2,000 miles
of railroad during his career, it Is
The Alaskan Central railway was
promoted by local business men and
Is being built by Eastern cnpltal.
TO RECLAIM DESERT.
Scheme on Foot to Irrigate Large
Tract In Baker County.
Chicago may como to the aid of
Haker county In the matter or Irri
gation, says the Morning Democrat.
Certain capitalists of the Windy City
a few days ago wrote to Weather
Observer McGulnness, of Baker City.
Inquiring as to a certain tract ot 0,-
l 1 .... 1. ln....lnr
11K uciea ill imm mi lun
river, its rertlllty and J burned to death Sunday by rail
C'systenf .u'Sd 'ttat th"? I '"' a hurnlng brush pe
would buv the land and sell it to
I homeseckers If the Innd was all right I
and could be Irrigated.
Mr. McGuluiicss' report is a favora-1
bio one, as the land Is good and can 1
be easllv Irrigated with a abundant
water supply. The scheme will be put
through by private enterprise as aj
good speculation, but may later bo
,.,.,,.. i., t..,i u'ltii n L'liviirnmont irrl- '
If one is esiauusiieu
This Is one of the direct results ol
the advertising or Eastern Oregon by
the O. R. & N- Company and more
schemes or tno same mou niuj uc w.v ,
pocted to be consummated In the near .
.. . .i.- i. it... uflinn unurr-i nil'
of which will aid In the development
. . II.. ..finnll'V ivlinKO
inline, imuiiH" ",v . -
or tins miiuuui.i nvii
agricultural resources will equal lib
mines and manufactures within the
next few years.
VAUDEVILLE AT BAKER CITY.
. . , iaiii n Artried to'
Park at That Place Will Be Addea to
the Shields' Circuit. .
Charles Shields will start a( '
vllle park In Baker City next week.
u rnvior who with Ills family, up-
f . hero last Friday I
nleht will be business manager and i
.r ..uii.i.., ivlitch have lliaue mini 1
ir'.mria here among the
part In the
shieldH' Park, will take
P MBaymanU Baby Owens, after com
iiletlnu the eomlnji week's ongatte
mtLe.WlUolB.lrtoa?lear iu the regular program there for tho
first week. Huy Owens has made a
"7 in thl. city and will be a draw
ing card tor the new park.
If you ar troubled with Impure
u,L, indicated by sores, pimples.
wrtache. etc.. we would recommoud
Aeker's Blood uuxir, w
... ....it.ivB euarantee.
Twns cure scrofulous or syphilitic
unisons and all
blood diseases. 50
F W Schmidt & Co.,
TRAFFIC KINGS OF ENGLAND
MEET AT MONTREAL.
First Convention of the Body Ever
Held Outside of Great Britain
Came to Canada at Special Request
o fMontieal Chamber of Commerce.
Montreal, Quo., Aug. 17. Montreal
this week is entertaining the trade
kings of the British empire, the oc
casion being the fifth congress of the
chambers ot commerce of the empire
and the first meeting ot the organisa
tion ever held outside of Groat Britain.
When, more than a year ago, tho Mon
treal chamber of commerce Invited
the orgnnlMtion to hold Its next meet
ing In Canada it was predicted that
the event would prove of great com
mercial Importance to the Dominion.
Tho full measure of this Importance,
however, was not appreciated until
today, when the gathering was for
mally opened and the visitors official
ly greeted on behalf of the Dominion
Bvernniont, the city of Montreal and
,ho comnuicu: interests or Canada.
industries, from U'e ship-
rests ot London and I .Ivor-
all the diversified manufnc
tures 01 ,ne niUtlnml counties,
In addition to these delegates from
tho mother country there wore pies-
out .representatives of the Dritlsh
chamber or commerce of Tarls. or j
Kimberley. South Africa; of Maseru.
Hasutoland; of 1'ort Ullzabeth, Cape i
Colony; oi Colombo, Ceylon, and of1
many other self-governing colonies j
of the IJrlllsh empire. j
The discussions will begin in earn- j
est tomorrow and will continue I
through the week, Among the matters
to be considered, in addition to fiscal
policy, are postal reforms, emigra
tion, and the nbsimllatlou of the com
mercial laws or the empire. At tho
conclusion or tho congress the dele-1
gates will visit Ottawa and afterward
start on a tour of Canada.
The tour will occupy Bix weeks Tho t
delegates will travel 10,000 miles atid !
will investigate all the resources and !
Industries of the Dominion, from tho'
fisheries of Nova Scotia and tho marl- j
time provinces to tho wheat fields ot ,
Manitoba and Alberta and tho mines
J of Urltlsh Columbia and the North
west province. I
Farms for Sale.
We now have listed for sale some
of the best wheat farms and stock
lanches In the county. Tho stock
ranches can be sold either with or
without the stork. All tho places aro
well improved and well supplied with
water. Also some very desirable city
property. Including new modern rcsi
dome on north side of river Call
and get prices.
DENTI.nY & HARTMAN
Sick Headache absolutely and per-1
manently cuicd by using Mokl Tea. i
A pleasant herb drink. Cures Const!
patlon and Indigestion, makes you
eat, sleep, work and happy. Satisfac
tion guaiantoed or money back. 25 1
rts and 50 cts. Write to W. II Hook
er & Co.. lluffalo. N. Y.. for a free
sample. F W Schmidt & Co.. drug
Kl-year-old son of Klmer
,-,,.,,. rp.r,,t... nmnl fimtilv.
WHY WE ARE AGENTS
llcrc Aro Some o? the Convincing
i-ucts Thut CuoHcd us to Tiike
the Agency for- the I'ulton Com
iioundH, the First TlilnijB Known
thut Cure Chronic Kidney DIh-
Fltkt, let It bo distinctly underelood that
uc(lf ,h()CIlk,Hbei0W beeudURooted
ormore ubjsiciu chrouio od to-
' . . .. . . . l
as tbown b the recovery 8lM of tbo
I ... ii -, fnii.A
turalilc, rncona, novo lue ccnuioijoi mum-
iriondii they lold who were similarly afflicted
irltU uppotod Incurable Uldoej dlBcasca.
N. W. Spauldlnis, l'rfBldent fipuldlog Saw
Co. Sun Frini-lhco, bd a rworery In bia own
fniulll and told sorerul others who recovered.
Adolph Wok, cupltlin, tian runcmoo,
recovered bluisetf and told tnofricndu who re-
Dr. Carl I). Zlele, pioneer drufigUt.fW raciflc
siB Fraucbeo, recovered hlm.elf un.i
'Ke i w more than u doien patient whore-
.'it, , rt0ver.-d himseit and told u t
W number who recorer.d, one of them be.UK
Char.c. KVaeUer. the bUlli - r mbaut.
nci,ei,.a ut wa it io aevtrai who
rooovereu, uuiuuu -o --
ftawitd Short of the Sao FrsLelacoCall Ira-
roered,il)Threeof huifrt.uda, via- William
und .William llawklnn of the U U. (Juartcr
uianter's Ueiiartmcnt of Suo I ranclaui.
John A. Viilpa ot tlm Hotel Itcpeller. San
'i'lie kldiieya are tho dewini thut ktruln the
polsona out of mo .j.teu. Wo can ataud bo
derantfemont for a abort while, but win p. the
Interference becomes chronic Uiermauoot), a '
I rancisco, anu two mmi iiivuu,,.. v.w
(lrt eaplatned uy jlrlE is is omy uY,Vr
of how ione lf .re death 111 entuo II i" th-D
callod DrlKhtii Disliiho aud lneurablo. AJJ
Udney trouolea develop Into thla form about
the Vb to iUth mouth. Tho uboo cunoj were
Inouruble by all ottiar known 'u"'" nri w lib
Lavluz Uldueydiaense should betrln at Drat '
tboonlt known thins tlwt will oure , it if U to
teaohed lUe u rioiw iit I'ultoiia Renal
Colnpounlfi.rllrlaht'a aicf Kidney DUcaaei-.
for 6Tafit4.. i fc Job" JlMm "
Wuihinstoi. aireet, San Francisco, sole com
pounderi s. ud for puaipllel, Viv arc the bole
F. W, Schmidt's pharmacy.
Swum are what wo are looking for till tliueof the vear, ami
w e have them In all l!uo. Our nig CltMrwc S1 is no.v golm;
on ami we are now s1alitni price on a'l sen.innblo gno.N. You
can get an Idea of the HIU bargains we oil' r by coming to our
store ami looking over our bnrgii'ti counters. tMimmor dr-ss ai
half prle nml les.
Clothing at 20 Per Cent. Reduction
Hosiery, luce vuitulii, ohlhlren's tlrtsstvt and nmnv other
lines are cut l w n to betl rook.
A full week of Sl'KClAl,
OUT 1'ltK'KS. lie sua
and get your share
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
HOT WEATHER GOODS
We Have Them
One needs nppetlz'ng and
lainty viands this hot weather.
Where will you find anything
daintier or that you can relish
more than our Queen 01Ios,
llelnz's Jams, Russian Caviar,
Sliced and Canned Meats.
What do you drink? It you
like a hot drink for bicakfivst
try our celebrated "M. J. II,"
Mocha and Java coffee.
Somo cool drink for lunch?
Iced tea Is nn old standby hot
Vo havo somo splendid
brands Kngllsh Ureakfast, Rum
powder, Spider I,og, Young Hy
son, Schilling's and other
, LLi" US FILL
Never corrodo, never
iweati nor expands ; in fact
never givej any trouble of
any kind and ii used for all
classes of work. A very
superior covering for barns,
factories, depots, canneries,
tanneries, sheds and mining
St4 fee bsoklel. t
The Paraffine Paint Co.
San Francisco, Seattle,
Portland, Los Angeles
and Denver, Colorado.
1" C TAYLOR, Agent
Manufacturers of the
Repairs for all kinds of
Foundry Work a Specialty
Cas'i paid for old castiiiKH
5 -.-..-- -.--
IS THE CHEAPEST
Bear this In mind when you
noid poultry and stock supplies
and ask for the International
Poultry and Stock Food Uao
Kow Kuro for your cow trou
bles. C. F. Cyolesworthy
1 27-129 KQSt Alta bt.
Agent for Lce'8 Lice Killer
Training ortol for Unclim four?
mncca cmvl-lly tor trU lit lim'lin. I t
Ail mmichru ot tho ttoft-vtluit ipt np
proTOit tm'ttioiH lor Krtlnl nt.it uHKritt
wotk 'H'gt m n-iunl ih t U't kIiooI Tlio
tlcroftiKt f. r KrA1iiKH- of thm tcrtoo) m
U'HCher, tr excrmlii Um 4ii The
Unhung ib'imttlnru! which (ottt ot ft
nliio crmlo t uMic ichortl ot a Unit .'.'A out III
Is vi i)i pt'-l lit Hit t' brMu'ltc tuclml
UK l.'owl Muilr, Printing ivn.l l'hyl.-t
UhIuIhk Itiu x i molt cttir4' th lit t ntl
ipilrk' n wny to, St it . iortltl' iti. KkII trrm
0HM14 SepllMOlH'r -V for t'AUlOiUl' or in-
foniiHiioii it(lrv! I: l1 K,.l'r
Or J. N. llutler.A'i
Bet 25 oout Meal in tho City
Private Dining Parlors
Elegant Furnished Hoomt; In
GUS LaFONTAINE, lYop.
6,33 Main Street
Wu can supply you with
Building. Material ol ah
descriptions and c.'
Bui Mint; papir linn;
comcnt brick and sand.
Wood guttuis lot hams
ind dwellings a bpccially
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alia St., Opp. Court House
We Can Mend It
We have purchased tho Wlthce
Bicycle and Itcpalr Shop and
uro prepared to make quick re
paint and guarantee our work
Wo repair bicycles, sewing ma.
chines and other light machin
ery, do brazing and other re
pairing. Wo aro ngei.ts for
three iiinkes of wheels that
have met tho test and proved
tliHr worth. They are
and THE CRAWFORD.
If you are going to buy a
wheel, eoino around and look
at our wheels lforo yon pur
cIihhu your wheel,
Gordan & Cdmisten
311 EAST COURT STREET.
Schedule of pares
On and after April 1, fan uvcf
the Pend.eion A. DKiuh Suyi Lint
fend Utoa to l ' , S. ' 011 tut 1 r ' o. I , I iu
dlimn to Alba. 71, sonml W v. .
,l W loui'd 1" i, t W; ) end .toti u liioi
'Kick, II, round ttli.i.
I Olflce at Uoiucn nuie iivi?!,?.