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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1903.
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During This Week
We will trive a discount of
20 per cent on
Boys School Suits
Hoys Kuee Pantr 2 piece
Btiits $1.50 to 2 00
Bnya Kneo Pauts 2 piece
suite $2.25 to $2.75
Boys Knee Pants 2 pitce
suits $o to $1.00
Boys Knee Pants 3 piece
suits $2.50 to $3 00
Boys Knee Pants 3 piece
suits $3 25 to $4.25
Young Men's Long Pants
$3.75 to $4 25
Young Men's Long Pants
$4 50 to $5 50
Young Men's Long Pants
$6 to $10
Hats, Caps, Shoes ;
and Neckwear.... ;
739 Main St , Pendleton
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ATTORNEY GENERAL WOULD
NOT PASTURE RESERVES.
Says Stock Destroys Water Sources
Thinks the Object of Forest
Preservation is Now Being Defeat
ed by the Grazing Process.
The 19U2 record of suicides in New
York City was IT per 100.00O. an In
crease over that of 1901. which was
16.6 W iwi.oon.
Soventy-flve mile of railroad re
cently completed In Peru, climbs
from 12.000 feet altitude at the be
ginning, to 17.000 foot.
Joseph Grimes, aged 34 years, is i
dead at Cincinnati. He weighed SW
pounds, and died of blood poisoning,
resulting from an Injury to his leg.
A movement is on foot to effect
closer connections between railroad
and steamship lines, and so enable
passengers to girdle the earth in -15
Hussia's ice-breaking steamer, the J
Ennak. now on duty In the harbor of j
Vladivostok, has traveled 200 miles J
through Ice from five to 10 feet In,
D. Chlstrolm. of Cleveland, has '
broken the record for electric auto
mobiiing. His machine last Satur
day made five miles in fi:U9 3-5 min
utes; former time, S:40.
Two popes lived W a greater age
than Leo XIII. Only one his Im
mediate predecessor. Pius IX. reign
ed longer than he l'lus IX was pope
31 years and seven months.
Stephen G. Playstead. a Brooklyn
press builder, is on the third week of
a fast which he intends to continue
lo a limit of 40 days It Is purely
for scientific reasons, or rather for
experimental ends. Ho continues at
hard manual labor.
Two men Saturday last held up a
diamond store in Columbus, O, and
took jewels valued at $11,000: An
hour later a man was arrested and
Identified as ono of the robbers. He
died of heart failure 20 minutes alter
his arrest, leaving no clue to either
his partner or the diamonds.
Graff, the escaped trusty, of the
"Walla Walla penitentiary, has not
yet been recaptured.
Portland has added 30 extra police
men to the force In view of the in
creased criminal record of the past
John P. McCanu, of Colvllle, Wash.,
shot Elmer U. Hall In solfdefense,
Sunday, at that place Hall is not ex
pected to live.
Mrs. Susan Purdom. of Albany,
celebrated her S3d birthday Sunday,
and her guests, 12 in number, were
all over 71 years of age.
A German land hunter was fouud
murdered near Calgary. Alberta. Sat
urday, and his partner, who was last
seen with him, is Huspected.
Tim mines and , smelter of the
Amalgamated Copper Company will
start up again, at Butte, next week.
It will put 6,000 men to work again.
Tee-Son-Y. a Yakima Indian medi
cine woman, who failed to cure a
member of tho tribe, was found dead
in her i..nt Runilnv ninrninc and It
is supposed she was murdered by the
tribe for her laiiure.
About 3ft or the prominent citizens
i,f niiinlinrn imiicht what were call
ed high-grade magnifying glasses,
from a street fakir, Saturday, ana tno
glasses proved to be nothing but
common glass balls filled with water.
Charles II. Murfin. a bookkeeper of
Seattle, who was snore in nis ac
counts, took out $2,000 life Insurance
in IiIh pmnlnver8 favor, and then
mltted suicide. Saturday. The
policy more than covered the short
Anaconda Smelting Companies Will
Not Hire Reformers.
The socialists carried Anaconda.
Mont, at the last election, electing
nearly all the city officers. As al
ready told in these columns, the capi
talist officers refused to surrender
the oHlces, and at the bidding of the
great smelter companies inaugurated
a reign of practical anarchy. The so
cialists carried the matter into the
courts, and succeeded in seating their
Now, the smelting companies have
closed down and announce that when
they open up no socialists will be
employed. As practically every smel
ter man in the West belongs to the
American Labor Union, and this or
ganization is pledged to socialism, it
will probably be some time before
they can oien up under those condi
tions. Meanwhile these tactics are
ranldly spreading the gospel of social
ism throughout Montana, and it is
quite likely that the socialists will
carry the whole state at the next
election. When this time comes the
capitalists will probably want to take
their mines to some other state.
Do You Enjoy What You Eat?
If you don't, your food does not do
you much good. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure is the remedy that every one
should take when there is any tuing
wrong with the stomach. There is
no way to maintain the health and
strength of mind and body except by
nourishment There Is no way to
nourish except through the stomach.
The stomach must be kept healthy.
pure and sweet or the strength will
let down and disease will set up. No
appetite, loss of strength, nervous
ness, headache, constipation, bad
breath, sour risings, rifting, indiges
tion, dyspepsia and all stomach trou
bles are quickly cured by the use of
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Sold by
Tallmon & Co.
Annual Convention Concatenated Or
der Hoo Hoo, Portland, Ore., Sep
tember 6, 1903.
For the above occasion O. R. & N.
makes a one and one-third fare rate
to Portland on the certificate plan.
Tickets on sale three days prior to
opening day. For further particu
lars call on or address F. F Warns
ley agent O. H. & N.
Kodol Gives Strength.
By enabling the digestive organs to
digest, assimilate and transform ALL
of the wholesome food that may be
eaten into the kind of blood that
nourishes the nerves, feeds tho tis
sues, hardens the muscles and recup
erates the organs of tho entire body.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures Indiges
tion, uylepsia, catarrn oi ino mum
ach and all stomach disorders. Soiu
by Tallman & Co.
Pendleton jieople are loyal to Pen
dleton's business enterprises. That
Is the reason the Boss Ice & Cold
Storage Company have had to put on
two wagons and then can scarcely
handle the trade. Give us your or
dcrs and we will take care of It if
we have to put on four times two
wagons. 'Phone Main 1881.
If you are troubled with Impure
blood, indicated by sores, pimples,
headache, etc., we would recommend
Acker's Blood Elixir, which we sell
under a positive guarantee. It will
always cure scrofulous or syphilitic
poisons and all blood diseases. 50
eta. and 1.00. F. W. Schmidt & Co.,
Attorney General A. M. Crawford
took his vacation in the Cascade
mountains this summer, and for the
first time In ovor three weeks he
spent yesterday and today in his of
fice at the capltol. says the Salem
Journal. He Is much improved in
appearance by his trip, and feels re
juvenated and ready for a year's hard
work. Accompanied by his son.
James, a guide and a cook. Mr. Craw
ford spent IS days on a trip from
Roseburg to Crater lake and Cloar
The party was mounted on sure
footed horses, and jack nnimal3 car
ried the necessary supplies. Among
the latter was a tent, but It was not
used, as the weather throughout was
fine, and the party slept in tile open
ovcry night. Mr. Crawford and par
ty visited the north shore of Crater
lake, where they camped at tho foot
of Mount Llano, from which point a
splendid view of the strange and
beautiful sheet of water, high up in
an extinct crater of the mountain
range, could be obtalucd.
Later a trip to Diamond lake was
enjoyed. Mr. Crawford calls the lat
ter tho most beautiful body of water
in the Cascades. It is located lo
miles northwest of Crater lake, and
has the clearest sparkling water im
aginable. They flshed in Fish creek,
a tributary to the Umpqua river,
meeting with splendid success.
On the trip a large bluck bear was
shot by General Crawford, and a cub
was also secured, and ho brought
home as a trophy the bear Shin.
which will hereafter ornament the I
Crawford home. Three deer also if
victims to General Crawford's un
erring "Winchester, and grouse in
numerable were killed, to be eaten
by tho party.
Mr. Crawford. In speaking of the
Cascade forest reserve, criticized tht
system uqw in vogue, by which cat
tie and sheep are allowed to pasture
In the woods of the reserve.
object being to protect the
supply; he stales that the pasturing
of stock will defeat this, as the un
derbrush and all small vegetation
is eaten and destroyed by the stock
and the water (ailing down over the
denuded ground in torrents, and when
the dry season sets in the supply of
water intended to be supplied by the
reserve will be lacking .and will be
The object of the establishment of
this fine reserve will thus be defeat
ed. Aside from this it Is a wrong
principle for the federal government
to provide pasture and feed for one
man or class of men, while others
must pay for the same privilege, as
the pasturing or stock is limited, and
permits Issued to those making use
of the reserve for pasture others
not supplied with permits being ex
cluded. He states that the reserve
Is a splendid one and should be well
cared for by the federal government,
with a view to making It what It was
Intended it should be n preserver of
water for the lowlands.
Eleventh Annual Convention Pacific
Coast Association of Fire Chiefs,
Olympta, Wash., SepL 22-25, 1903.
For the above occasion a rato of
one and one-third faro is authorized
to Portland and return, and to Scat
tic and return under the following
conditions: Delegates or their fami
lies will purchaso on nny three days
prior to September S. regular one
way tickets to Portland, taking re
ceipt for same, which, on presenta
tion to agent. "Union Depot, Portland,
together with certificate properly
signed by h. w. Brlnghurst, secretary
of meeting, will entitle tho passenger
to return ticket from Portland to
starting polut at one-third fare, pro
vided snmo is presented on or before
September 27, 1903. For further par
ticulars, call on or address F. F.
Waiusley. agent O. R. & N. Co.
Somen i an
What Is Life?
In the last analysis nobody knows, '
but we do know that it is under strict i
law. Abuse the law even slightly,
pnin results. Irregtilnr living means
derangements of the organs, result-
lug in constipation, headache or liver '
trouble. Dr. King's New Life Pills j
quickly readjusts this. It's gentle.
yet thorough. Only 2ar at Tallman
& Co.'s drug store.
Don't undo the good your vacation
has done you by drinking poor water
or putting Inferior ice into the boil
ed water. Ten cents worth of ice per
day will supply an ordinary family j
with plenty of drinking water. Be I
sure, though, that you get good Ice. j
Call up 'phone Main 1S81 and get
pure distilled water ice from the 3
iius3 ice I'luiu. i
Sick Headache absolutely and per-!
manently cured by using Mokl Tea. j
A pleasant herb drink. Cures Consti
pation and Indigestion, makes you I
eat. sleep, work and happy. Satisfac-.
tion guaranteed or money back. 25 '
cts and 50 cts. Write to W. H. Hook
er Co.. Buffalo, ?. Y.. for a free '
sample. F W Schmidt & Co.. druggists.
People who have been on
their summer vacations are
beginning to return and
are bringing back with
them some beauti
Plates, ail kinds albums,
printing paper, mounts,
and all kinds of supplies
for amateur photo
graphers at low
We'll Help Yoa with
Your Photo Troubles
Just call up Main lsj. J
ton's Candy Store, we m J
our wagon around ltk
quantity of Ice cream yw J
What dessert can you jet j
suusiaciory and reftta
this hot weather, tiaa w,
and Ice cream. Our cits,
pure, cold and delicto
you are aown town drop M
'try our candles, they are J
iresu cvory day
F. W. Schmidt
The Reliable Druggist
PostofScc Mock 1'bone Main fji
Is always received y
I place your order with us.
Why buy poor coal rJ
'can get the best for lk
i Laatz Broj
alw.'vv l'jljow the U.-H.- of New
bro's tlcrpicldc, the new scicn
thic cure fur dandruff and fall
ing hair. It possesses certain
properties that kill the perm
or microbe that causes all
the trouble by sapping the oil
out of the hair bulb. With this
parasite destroyed, dandruff
mid th- falling h.ttr cannot exist
A thick, sott growth of hair
springs forth where formerly
linn, brittle hair, or !er!iapi
total baldness held suav.
One bottle will conviiKC
you of Its cicilU.
Fearful Odds Against Him.
Bed-ridden, alone and destitute.
Such in brief was tho condition of
an old soldier by name of J. J. Hav
ens Versailles, O. For years he
was troubled with kidney disease and
neither doctors nor medicines gave
him relief. At length he tried Elec
tric Bitters. It put him on his feet
In short order and now ho testifies:
"I'm on the road to complete recov
ery" Best on earth for liver and
kidney troubles and all forms of
Btomach and bowel complaints. On
ly 30c. Guaranteed by Tallman &.
Farms for 6ale.
We now have listed for sale some
of the best wheat farms and stock
ranches In the county. The stock
ranches can be sold cither with or
without the stock. All tho places are
well Improved and well supplied with
water. Also some very desirable city
property, including new modern resi
dence on north side of rlvor. Call
and get prices.
BENTLEY & HARTMAN.
BTits or onto, cm or i ouco I
Lccu Cocrrrv. i
Prank J. Cbener makri oatb that he It tnc
enlor partner of the nrm o F. J.Chener Co .
dolnr imtl'!" In the rlty o Toledo, ewnntr
aod aute alortalii, and tbattald firm will par
tbetuooIOne Hundred Dollar, tor eaeh and
.nrrcueol Catarrh that cannot t cared bj
the ueol Hall'. Catarrh Core.
Sworn to before me and .uUcrlbed In my
preaeoce im.eiu oar oi ueecmuer, a.
I A. Vf . OLEAHON,
Hall'a Catarrh Cure Is taken internally and
acta directlr on the blood and mocou. inrlacea
ot the ij.tem. Betid for teatlmonlali. trw.
T. 1. ClIfcXEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio.
Bold by druiltliut7Sc.
Hall'. ramlTr 11 1 1 tre tba beet.
All persons indebted to 11. M.
Sloan, please call and settle the!
accounts. Blacksmith shop corner
Cottonwood and East Alta.
noss has been in the Ice business
in Pondletou three years and has al
ways sold the best In tho Ico line.
His motto has been "No favorites.
treat all customers alike."
BEST FOB THE
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WMttuxm Watches we
carried all dbtr lt
Ivo'ld. They are the
test and best kntran
sgnsa. j Telephone Main j
are the features
that have made
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815 Main St
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KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN!
Saint Helen's Hail
Home and Day School for
girls of all ages Academic
and College Preparatory courses
as well as thorough Primary
instruction. Ideal situation on
the outskirts of city of Port
land. Basket ball. tennis,
horseback riding. Year book
sent on application.
ELEANOR TEBBETTS, Prin.
Now is the accepts
have your house pais
nered. A little naintiniH
there will help its Icotf
fully. Some nice, bnf
wall paper will lend aM
to any room. Our two?
paper was never .noreCJ
pattern In endless vi"J
every one new and UP1
color design. Better cJl
let u show them to ytl
you what it will coitj
whole house or one real
E. J. Mtu
111 Court Slr
G. M. FROOME, PROPRIETOR.
Carryalls for picnic parties. Good
teams with competent drivors for
commercial men. Speedy horses and
handsome rigs for evening and Sun
day drives. Gentle horses for family
use. Stock boarded at reasonable
rates. Best of care given to transient
stock. Opposite Hotel Pendleton
Phone Main 1C1.
Is the cause of moro discomfort than
any other allmenL If you cat the
things that you want and that are
good for you, you are distressed. Ack
er's Dyspepsia Tablets will make
your digestion perfect and prevent
Dyspepsia and Its attendant disagree
able symptoms. You can safely cat
anything, at any time. If you take one
ot theso tablets afterward. Sold by
all druggists under a positive guar
antee. 25 cts. Money refunded if
you are not satisfied. Send to us for
a free sample, W. H. Hooker & Co.,
Buffalo, N. T.
Before deciding where to go
school, examine a
rt 1 1
catalogue for the coming year. New
building and equipment. New man
agement, and a faculty of experienc
ed teachers. Special arrangement
for music students and for tho care
ful oversight of all students from out
of town. All grades of public school
work thoroughly done. Our college
preparatory work Is accepted by the
best collegos East and West Moral
and social advantages the very beat
Term begins September H, 1903.
REV. W. H. BLEAKNEY, PRINCIPAL
WESTON, - - OREGON
TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 16th
In driving is the cause
rlage accidents, but
never be charged agaW
Ing repairs. All wort
us is finished
possible, by skillful nf"
1.11 h, r than ne-
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machine. Does not MJI
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count of Its superiorw
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