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DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, AUQU3T 26, 1903.
A FEW OF THE MANY GOOD THINGS
YOU CAN FIND AT OUR STORE
AT REDUCED PRICES
Boys washable suits to close out 50c suits at 40c.
65c and 75c suits at 50c.
$1.00 suits at 75c.
Si. 35 suits at jt.oo.
56. 00 men's outing suits at $5, 00.
$13-50 nien's summer suits at $10.00.
$17.50 men.s summer suits at $14 00.
Balance of straw bats at half price.
Golf shirts 50c to $2,50.
Negligee shers 50c to $2 50.
Summer underwear 25c, 50c and 75c per garment.
Just Received Anoiher Shipment of Belfast Mesh
One Price Clothiers,
W J Quimby. 11 Journeyman car
penter at Orange. N J.. lias fallon
heir to 5500.000 by the death of. an
uncle in Denver.
Two wohien took a tumble down
Yankee glucior. near Idaho Springs.
Col. Both lind limbs broken and
sustained other injuries.
Alice Sample, of niuomington. 111.,
shot and killed herself. The deed
was prompted by despondency grow
ing out of a love affair.
The labor trouble at Valparaiso, !
Peru, have been patched up. The j
strikers get an Increase of wages,
but other demands are denied them. '
John Blazer, nn fliiatlneer on the
"underground railway," is dead at I
Chicago. From 1S60 to 1SB0 he wns.
instrumental in running nff 200 ne
The steamer Korea lifts arrived at j
San Francisco with 1.300 boles of 1
raw silk, valued at over $1,000,000.1
There were 18,9S chests of ton in
the same cargo.
Dr. Salazar. in charge of the
American hospital at Tamptco, was
stricken with yellow .fever. Uefore
lying he wrote his own death certi-!
flcate, signed and swore to It.
The Turkish government has for
bidden exploration by Amor I can cit
izens upon the Kites of ancient cities
in the neighborhood of Babylon. Six
thousand dollars has boon expended
in preparation for the work.
Kaln Is greatly damaging the Imp
crop In some parts of the Willamette
Cumpers in the Cascade moun
tains report more black bear in the
timber district this year than cvor
Rev. Thomas Sullivan. Congrega
tional minister of Tacoma. has been
absent from his home since last
Wednesday, and his friends and fam
ily are greatly alarmed over the cir
cumstance. Ubbo Peters, a farmer of Albany,
has been ill with typhoid fever for
three weeks, and constantly refuses
to take medicine, believing that he
can cure himself by prayer. He is
growing constantly weaker.
The body of John Flynn. an export
horseman and cowboy, was found in
the Yellowstone river, near Miles
City, Mont., Tuesday, and the au
thorities are now Investigating. It is
thought to 1)0 a case of suicide.
A man named Sweldlo. living near
Eugene, wan pronounced dead by the
ntUmdlng physician. Tuesday, and
laid out for burial. Willie he was
being prepared for his collin, he re
vived and lived for sovoral hours,
finally dying, literally, a second time
An attempt was made Tuesday
morning to blow up the flume of the
Ontario Ditch Company's works,
near that city. There is a controver
sy over the water supply and more
trouble is expected. Five sticks of
dynamite were placed under the
flumo, but only one of them was discharged.
and Blacksmith Shop
Structural iron, Cast Columns. Etc.
Carry in stock Steel Beams,
Angles and Channels, Bolts and
Rods. All kinds of
Repair Work Attended to Promptly
Fast End Durnsido St. Bridge, Portland.
U M L.
Furnishers and Ha'ters
C J Freese. Spokane,
Miss UichapelU. Dalles.
H. H. Williamson nnd wire
E. J. Rrannlrk. Portland.
It. C. Cortou. Oakland.
A. II. Galloway. Portland.
Clark. San Francisco.
J. Marcum. Dingham Spring.
Davis. Bingham Springs.
Chris Ennls, Bingham Springs,
K. Falconer. Portland.
F. S. MeMahnn, Portland.
A. H. Withncr, Portland.
W. I,. Marshall, Portland.
W. Nelson. San Francisco.
F. W. Vincent, city.
K. Vincent, city.
H. I.owis, San Francisco.
M. AbraniB, Snn Francisco.
Sam Colo, Portland.
M. Hnnnk. San Francisco.
A. S. Billings, Omaha.
R. Moser, Portland.
W. H. Garrett. Portland.
It. N. Stanfleld nnd wire, Echo.
A. Sturtxknpp. Helena.
S. M. Yaran, Eugene.
AV. H. Patton. Spokane.
William Manor. Portland.
C. M. Smith. Portland.
0. D. Renker. Portland.
U A. Spicer, Pilot Rock.
1. ucy MorrlB, Uklah.
A. G. Mccarty, city.
Golden Rule Hotel.
C. A. Sundon, city.
H. S. Magill. Springfield.
Mrs. H. S. Magill. Springfield.
C. E. Mngill. Springfield.
J. F. Burke. Boise.
A. M. Elam and wife, .Milton.
Mrs. J. K. Irby, Arlington.
.1. J. Huron and wife, Cullom.
F. J. Gardner. Portlnnd.
B. Garfield, Walla Walla.
.Mrs. K. Cable. Baker City.
G. M. Cable. Baker City.
E. C. Cable. Baker City.
.Mrs. N. C. Glenn. Valo.
E. A Piorson, city.
A. S. York, Portland.
G. P. Doherty. Portland.
J. H. Mundenhall, Sheridan.
J. C. Kiger, Greenfield.
W. J. Moore. Spokane.
George Bonithforn, Spokane.
Sam I.ee. Spokane.
A. Wllkonson. Portland.
F. Johnson, Portland
F. Williams. Astoria.
J. H. Dix. city.
Btats or Ohio, citt or toueo i
LrcA Cockty. ) , ......
Frank J. Cheney makea oath that he l the
lenlor partner ot the tlrin of F.J.Cheney A Co ,
dolnir buitnem in the city ot Toledo. county
and atate aforeiaid, and that fald Arm will pay
the mm o! One Hundred Dollar (or each and
eTerycaieo! Catarrh that cannot be cured br
the me of Haifa Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and lUMcrlbed in my
pretence tbiaetb day of December, A.
j iiu , " im' A. W. OLEARON.
' ' NoUiry I'ubllc.
Haifa Catarrh Cure la taken Internally and
acta directly on the blood and mucouj 1 turfacea
of the ayatem. Pend for teitlmonlalt, free.
F. J. CIIKNKY & CO., Toledo. Ohio.
Fold hy dnnrstiiti. 75c.
Haifa Family Pilla are the lieat.
State Miners' Association Meeting.
Portland Ore. September 7th. '03.
one and a third faro for tbo round
trip. Tickets on snlo September I,
5 and 0.
WEATHER AND GRAIN
MORE RAIN AT THIS
TIME WILL DO INJURY.
There Is Danger of Grain Yet Out
of Doors Blenching and Sprouting
The Condition Is Much More
Critical In the Pnlouse Country.
Wltlle the rain is nice nnd the
cool wentlior is pleasant, the farmers
of the county nro not so glad to see
It come as they would have been hud
It hold off for a row days longer
But the grain men of tills county are
not in as bad a fix as nro those of the
Palotise country, whoro there has
boon more rain nnd the harvest is
not ns far along.
The Umatilla harvest is almost
over, and but little grain Is now
standing in the fields. In the vicin
ity of Thorn Hollow perhaps one
third of the crop Is yet uncut, and
tills cunditlon prevails buck towards
the mountains, whore tho grain clues
not ripen ns fust ub it does on the
high tnlde lands, where It is hotter
and drier. North of tho Cold Spring-,
country there Is a lot of the groin
that Is yet in the stack, and some ot
this will be spoiled, but tho loss will
be light unless the bad wentlior 1 nn
tiniios for several days yut.
Unless the sun and tho wind dries
the standing grain it will ninn
bleach nnd sprout, and tlin men who
have not yet cut their wheat ine
hoping for clear, windy wunther In
the next few days, or they will ln.se
money by the delay. The wheat m
tho nobis dumped by by tho comities
will nlso be liable to sprout in a ver
few days If the sun does not come
out nnd dry It off.
For some time the farmers have
been wishing for a little rain In r
der to harden the roads so that a
good -sized loud could be liauled cnei
thorn. Now titat the rain has com,
the farmers will begin to move tlieii
grain and the wnrohouses nnd tie
mills will get the stuff that they have
been waiting for so long.
Interesting Papers at Last Day of the
Minneapolis. Aug. 20. At the ses 1
Blotis of this, the oC.-oiul ii'l.l lust 'l.r. !
ot the convention of the American 1
Forestry Association putters were'
presented us follows:
"Work and Policy of Forestv
Bureau on the Minnesota Hosorve.'
Eugene I.. Ilruce. lumberman of Int
renu of forestry, Washington. I). C. :
"A Lumberman's Idea of Iteforusta
tion," 11. F. Nelson. Minneapolis:
"Our Past and Future Forest Policy."
T. II. Walker. Mineapolin; "Possibil
ities of Roforestratlon in the White
Pino Ueit. ' Dr. Flllbert Roth. Collage
of Forestry, Unlversit .vol' Michigan:
"Tho Future of the National Forest
Reserve," Edward A. Rowers. New
Haven. Conn.; "Geographical Feat
ures of Water Control In the Upper
.Mississippi Valley." Professor C. W.
Hall, University 01 Minnesota: "For
est Fires," H. M. Stitor. Washington.
I). C. This evening the meeting will
conclude with a public address tiy
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson.
Street Railway Men to Meet.
Saratoga. N. V.. Aug. KG The
twenty-second annua! meeting of the
American Hallway Association will
bring to Saratoga next week several
hundred of the men most prominent
ly Identified with the street railway
Interests or the United States and
Canada. An interesting program of
papers and discussions extending
over three days has been prepaid!.
The annual meeting of the associa
tion of street railway accountants
will be held nt the same time.
Health and Pleasure.
When one goes to Lehman Springs
there is every assurance that not only
will one's health be benefited by the
pure, bracing mountain air and bath
ins to be enjoyed there, lint ulso
while gaining health one can enjoy
a great variety ot pleasure ranging
from hunting nnd fishing to bowling
and goli. C. It. Hutton has sustained
his reputation ns a capable host by
the manner in which he Is providing
for the comfort and pleasure of his
Put an End to it All.
A grievous wall ofttlmo comes ns
a result of unbearable pain from over
taxed organs. Dizziness, backache,
l:ver complaint and constipation, Hut
thanks to Dr. King's New I.lfo Pills,
they put mi end to it all. Thoy aro
gentle, but thorough. Try thorn.
Only 25c. (luarnntuud by Tallinn!! &
Co.'s drug storo.
Will Reopen Their Meat Market.
Tho Sch ware & Greullcli Mcut C
will ropoen their meat mnrkot nt tho
old stand on Main street near Webb
with a first-class lino of fresh meat,
cured meats nnd sausage of till kinds,
on August 27th. Our meat will bo re
frlgerated, insuring palatalilo and
wholesome meat. 'Phone Main 181,
SGHWARSS & GIIBUMCH.
Pedro Alvarado, the Mexican multi
millionaire, Is unt dead, hut has been
found at an obscure mining camp,
allvo and well. Tho report started
from tho dentil of n poor mini bearing
exactly tho sumo name, in a neigh
ACCIDENTS AT HOOD RIVER.
One Man Crushed to Death and An
Dnllesltes coming up from Hood
lilvur Inst night loll us of two need
dents which occurred there, status
Tno Dalles Chronicle. While working
ut the Mt. Hood Lumber Co.'s mill
In tho morning Clifford Htuhr, a
young man of that place was crush
ed to il on th by n boom of logs.
The night lieforo John Johnson fell
from n boom pole nt the month of
White Salmon and was drowned. The
latter came from New Brunswick nnd
wns l'l years of ngo.
Alt onniniiinse shuck 01 i" hum-(
utes' duration, visited tho town ot 1
l.os Olives. C'nl.. Tuesday, doing I
slight danmge to plate glass and
Why Use gelatine and
spend ltoms s.iking,j
hweetenluM, II i .r.uj
mid eulnrins when
produces belter iviiIN in two lnlnntetV ,
tvorytliiiigmtliepackaee. Kiiuply add hot
Wiitiirnnilset tooxd. ItMperfectiou. Astir
prise to the lumsewife. No trouble, less ix.
lien-. Trv it tiMl.ij. In Four Fruit Fla
vors: Lemon. Orange, Htniwberr, Hasp
borry. At grocers. Ulu
"II j- wile lilitl pimple oil liei lure, b it
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fl , a,. I . 1 it , it i 1 1 1 nil , il
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DESPAIR k CLARK
SALE GROCERY AND
514-514 MAIN STREET
Phone Main 1741
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT j
THE OLD i
DUTCH HENRY j
Cor. We3t Alta and Lllllth Sta.
S. A. ALLOWAY HAS CHARGE 1
ntr -TLir n I n niiTu unwov cccn I
YARD, AND WOULD BE PLEASED
TO CARE FOR YOUR HORSES.
PLENTY OF STALLS, LARGE COR.
RALS FOR LOOSE HORSES AND
CATTLE. HAY AND GRAIN FOR
SALE. CHOP MILL IN CONNEC
TION. 'PHONE MAIN 1331.
A NEW UNION.
How to Join and Get Quick Results
at Small Cost.
Why not Join our union of piano
purchasers and huvo a hundred dol
lars? Yon can do it und wo can help j
you. mid i now ii la ooiiu; we can
well afford to sell ten or more pianos
cheaper than one, bo have organized
a union of ten members, You Join
ami pay $10.00 down anil $10.00 a
month, tlie piano Is yours. Now here
Is the best part of It. Hvory tlmo u
now member Joins tho prlco of your
Instrument depreciates In prlco $10;
In otlior words, when tho union is
filled overy member gets Ills Instru
ment $0.j loss than regular price,
for example, a regular $300.00 Instru
ment can lie had for $200.00 by
joining tho union, Don't delay tak
ing advantage of this great opportu
nity, ns It will only last n fow weoks
of tho dull season. This, combined
with our easy payment plan und ox
change contract makes It possible
for ovoryono t;o havo an Instrument.
Thorkelson's Piano House, 315 K.
Court street. Everything musical.
' 4 CATHARTIC t
Pleatam I' , 1 1 i 1 1 n- 'I 1 i' ! Ho 1
People who have been on
tl t ir summer vacations are
bee-inning to return anil
are bringine- back-with
them some beauti
Plates, all hinds albums,
printing paper, mounts,
and all kinds of supplies
for amateur photo
graphers at low
We'll Help You with
Your Photo Troubles
IF. W. Schmidt
Tho Rollahlo Drnggiut
IVltuflii.' Ilk k I'liunc Mulli Ss,
HOT WEATHER GOODS
We Have Them
One needs appetizing and
Inlnty viands this hot wentliur.
Where will you lind anything
daintier or that you enn relish
more than our Queen Olives,
Heinz's Jams, Hussian Cavlnr,
Sliced and Canned Meats.
What do you drink? If you
like a licit drink for breakfast
try our colobruted "M. J. II."
Mocha ami Juvn coffee.
Some cool drink for lunch?
Iced tea is an old standby hot
Wo have some splendid
brunds. English IlrenkfiiHt, Gun
powder, Spider Leg, Young Hy
son, Schilling's and other
St. Helen's Hall
tKst. 1809 by Ut. llov, 1), W. Morris.)
Will enter Its ruth year September
II. 11)03. Number of resident pupils
limited to sixty. Hook of Information
sent on application.
ELEANOR TEDBETTS, Prin.
Doforo deciding whoro to eo to
school, examine u
catalogue for the coming yeur. Now
building und ouulpment. Now roan
ngemont, and a (acuity of experienc
ed teachers. Special arrangement
for niusle students und (or the care
ful oversight of all students from out
of town. All grndes of public school
work thoroughly done. Our college
preparatory work Is accepted by the
best collogos East and West. Moral
nnd social advantages tho vory best.
Term begins September 14, 1803.
REV. W. H. BLEAKNEY, PRINCIPAL
WESTON, - - OREGON
TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 10th
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IB hot .M
n.l Ice cream 'o 81 '
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yon nr ,1 . uell0ai
Try our u. 4
i-.a yuur oraertvith us.
Why buy poor co1 J
can get the best lot chl
is h Good III
Now Is the accepted tii
nave your house pjittd
pcred. A little painting hti
tnere will Help its Hum
fully. Some nice, trijd;
wall paper will lend a
to any room. Oviiock
paper was never .rcre eemi
pattern In endless varitti
every one new nd tip-to-
color design. Bettttome
let us show them to rtu
you what It will coit ton
whole house or one room.
E. J. AWf
111 Court Street,
. . i m.o i-aniiee Of
111 driving is i """rtiel
r,B0 accidents . but g4
!,uvo '!?,r""Yu work e
ST I toUtad ta the
!! fill often
ropaircii veil"."- -- x
. ' . hnn ne'
Get your . i
machine. Docs, not Wl
no heating up w
count ui - .
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nrlco: wo set 1)18 01
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