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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1903.
If Suddenly Called
oV.rn.nH WOllld VOU COnVCft ,
your estate into cash and leave
it in the care of your family to
be invested? Or would you
fcee that it was safely invested
before leaving? Do you re
gard a safely invested estate
the best thing to have, as well
as the best asset to leave your
You can secure an invested
estate yielding a good income
to yourself if you live, to- your
family if you die, by purchasing
5 Per Cent. 20-Ycar (iold Bonds
on the Instalment Plan.
In writlnc for terra e! your age, and Uu
mount of Income you with to ecure.
The Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York
Kicimho A. McCvkcv, Pre lident.
SOME FROSTS, BUT THEY
DID NO SEVERE DAMAGE
Hop Crop Not Larne, But Quality Is
Good Potato Blight Is the Only
Cron Deterrent Harvesting of All
Crops Nearly Completed
Generally of Good Quality.
llttln nbove the average; large quan
ifLa r,r i,inniQ nml nrunes are ripe,
i Clarno, Wheeler county, L. H. Halo
1 Heavy rain the first of the week
wet the ground to a depth ot four
inches; grass Is starting on the
ranee: some frosty nights nfter the
rain; tile last oi mu u
dry and warm and all that could !x'
desired for the completion of fall
work. There wore n few frosty nights
In the eastern portion of the state.
but, so far as known, they did no se
Hop-picking Is practically complet
ed and the crop has been secured in
good condition. The yields continue
below average, but the quality is sat
isfactory. Harvesting Is nearly tin-
Ished and threshlnc has progressed
rapidly. Oats wore slightly damaged
I by the rains of u week ago, but not
. , . I suliiclontly to affect the total yield
Alma D. Katz, manager, Ilolse, Idaho. I lo an, great cxtcnti com is ripen
Frank h. Hammond, District Manager, j lllB ncoiy; the ears are well filled,
Pendleton, Oregon. , am the crop on the whole Is doing
well. Field onions have about all
i been pulled, and beans are nearly
, ready for harvesting. The third
; crops of diver and alfalfa are being
cut. Potato blight continues In the
coast counties, and the crop In that
section will be below nverage. Dig
ging has begun In some localities.
I Pasturage continues good, and stock
Is Improving. There has been a
slight shrinkage in the milk supply
in the Willamette valley. The harv
est of prunes is well under way and ,
' tlio dryers are now running on lull i
time. The crop is an excellent one. ,
both In quality and quantity. Pours I
and plums are yielding well. Apples '
continue fair to good. i
Columbia River Valley,
Listen to History of
Niagara Fall, Sept. 2-1 Although
the proceedings of the Farmers Na
tional Congress are now nearlng a
The weather during the week was j close, the scores of delegates present
evinced no diminution of interest to
They are the Best
The Standard and
WHITE SEWING MACHINES
I ' iUL 'r7 wr W m m I
: irr iit
.if. r m 1
BS Sold by JESSE FAILING
day, which was the third day of the
meeting. The program of the day
departed somewhat from the strictly
agricultural papers and discussions
which have marked tho preceding
days. There were numerous Infor
mal and 01)011 discussions on a va
riety of topics and many Interesting
views were drawn forth from tho dis
tinguished members of the body.
Professor Frank Parsons of Dos
ton University presented an interest
ing paper on the history of govern
mental ownership of public utilities,
nnd at tho afternoon session the ex
tension of the facilities of the pos-j
tai service was discussed in an Inter-(
esting manner by Aaron Jones, of ;
Indiana, master of tho National
Orange. Tho congress will con-1
dude its business tomorrow niorn-j
FULL of FALL FINERY
Is the magnificent stock of carpets and rugs we art
showing. The 1904 patterns are displayed and ready
for you to choose the design that pleases your fancy.
In our stock you will find something to please as we
have carpets from the heavy velvet brussels to the
lighter makes and all shov tlat richness that adds so
much to the beauty of your rooms.
We bought carpets in a vast quantity and got prices
which cut down the cost so we are in a position to
save you money.
Broad choice, large savings and export workmen to
sew and lay your carpets, are inducements we offer.
Over 600 Students at Washington j '
Pullman, Wash., Sept. it. Tho
lerni of tho Washington Agricul
tural College which opened today is
the beginning of tho banner year
In the history of the Instiniluvi ac
cording to the predictions of thf col
lege officials, which are supported
by all outward Indications.
The laculty numbers over half n
hundred members, while the total
ntl.iiiilniwii nf atitdnritc ti-IM iau.i tl.r.
Weston. Umatilla county. Maud M. , ,, rn,,rspn,w nmrw' Prv
county In Washington, besides n
number from .Montana, Oregon. Ida
ho and Ilrltish Columbia. The
buildings and equipment of the in
stitution are being rapidly Increased
and at the present time the facilities
offered are equal If not superior to
those of any college of its kind in
DESPAIN & CLARK
Arc distributor-, for Malta
Ceres a new Health Fund.
Kvcryonc should trv a
Just received California
Figs and Oregon Honey in
p 514-514 MAIN STREET
Phone Main 1741
Haker Wheat rrom this locality
I practically all In warehouses, and
I farmers beginning to cultivate;
threshing will be over on the mnun-
1 tnins In n few days if tho weather
holds good; wheat was damaged some
by tho late rains, but vegetation tool;
on a now lease of life; weather clear
and moderately warm.
Moro, Sherman county, N. P. Han
son Fine warm weather; harvesting
about all done; wheat of good qual
ity. Plateau Region.
Cove. Union county, Jasper fi. Ste
vens Weather very favorable for
farm work, and threshing is being
hurried through; there appears to
have been no particular damage to
grain from tho late heavy rains;
quality of grain is good and the yield
somowhat better than was expected;
tho shipment of pears to Eastern
points Is about over; several carloads
of apples and prunes will be started
Prairie City, Grant county, John
W. Hall The heavy storms the first
of the week damaged some alfalfa
hay; threshers are running, but the
crop Is light; the hay this year Is a
BAKER & FOLSOM
The Modern Carpet and Furniture
House of Pendleton
A Wonderful Sneers M
is presented to those v.H aj
months or perhaps y tars of smf
blindness, first put on R'as s '
which are exactly suited anrj '
rect delects of vision.
Such glasses are made and told
here. Om stock of
contains a large asrortn.t nt of Eye
glasses and Spectacles in fold'
gold filled, nickel and steel frames
nye icsts free
iand glasses made to crdtrat reas
f: Glenn Winslow
Have Your Water Pipes Examined and Repaired at Once
Delay will lead to serious breaks.
First-class work guaranteed by
BECK, the Reliable Plumber.
Court street, opposite the Golden Rule Hotel
of a Life Time
All facial IjIcimivIhs t,.h,mi
lenviutftlie face Hiiootlio nnil -ir.
feet No drills, no kmfr. Kcil
blistcry birth marks rciiiuvid
without leaving n scar or Wtimsli.
J. B. Despain ot
J. J. Worcester
MEXICAN WAR VETERANS.
Anniversary of the Battle of Palo
Alto, In 18-16.
Van Wert. O., Sept. 4. The Ohio
State Association of .Mexican War
Veterans held Its twenty-ninth annu
al reunion hero today in celebration
of tho anniversary ut the first bat
tle .Mexican war fought In Palo Alto
There are fewer than 100 of the vet
erans still living In Ohio and of these
merely a handful was able to attend
tho reunion. Despite their thinned
ranks, however, the aged veterans
made an enjoyable occasion of the
reunion and were generously enter-
talneii by the citizens of Van Wert,
Walter's flouring Mills
Capacity, 150 barrels a day.
Klour exchanged for wheat.
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped
, i etc., always on hand.
nA i , ... . -
f -.uiu-ii-m I'usmveiy Lured
,1-1' y Oil and Sweet Spirits of Kden.
j ; Money-back Goods. A. C.KOKPPISN&
,i DROb., Sole Agents for Pendleton.
feed, jf Schwaiz & Greulich, Props.
Wholesale and retail dealers in
Ilecf, Pork and Mutton, Cured
Meats and Sausages of all kinds.
607 Main Street, Phone 181.
What is Life?
In the last analysis nobody knows,
but we do know that it ts under strict
law Abuse the law oven slightly,
pain results. Irregular living means
derangements of tho organs, result-
ing In constipation, headache or liver
trnnhlt. nr Ilnf'o Vnn. t if liiiiu
J. - - -. - n .1 n Ainu i ma
quickly readjusts this. It's gentle.
yci tnorougn. only 23c at Tallnian
( & Co.'s drug store.
THE MOST WHOhESOMK
WITHOUT A BUl-KWOn
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
The Standard of Excellency.
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
Missouri Confederate Veterans.
Columbia, Mo., Sept. 21. The
.Missouri division of the United Con
federate Veterans began Its annual
reunion hero today and the city is
tastefully decorated In honor of tho
many visitors who are here from all
parts of the state. The program
covers three days and Is replete with
interesting features. Among the
prominent reunion speakers are
Major Ocneral Klljah Gates, com
mander of the division, Senator
Cockrell, Congressman Champ
Clark. Congressman M. E. Ronton
and James V. Iloyd of St. Joseph.
A LITTLE STORY ABOUT COFFEE
are the chances of your getting bet
ter plumbing work done bv other
hands thnn ours. Why bother ex
perimenting? We never disappoint
when It Is nt all possible to avoid it
we always do honest, conscien
tious work, and do not charge tho
mammoth prices about which the
comic weeklies write. For estimat
ing on any kind of plumbing on a
business basin, give us the tlrst op.
W T rr a dvd d
. -t.xv. 2H Couft street
Trlb Is a Harmless. Positive r.u
Walla Walla, Wash.. Sent 3 l9f)S
I can most heartily recommnml Turn
to anyone desiring to milt the use of
tuoucco. 1 irteu many so-called
cures. I can truthfullv sav Tlltn hn
cnreil me of all desire for Tobacco
in any lorm. TUIII Is a cure. 7, K
Straight. 119 .Main St.
TUIII is the world'a greatc.it cure
or me unjuor and Tobacco Habits.
som by all druggists. W. C. Cutler
w, iiisinnuiors, jtaker City, Or.
Pendleton people nro loyal to Pen
uemns ousiness enterprises. .That
n uiu reuson me iioss ice & Cold
oiurKu company nave had to put on
two wagons and then can scarcely
handle the trade. nin nc
dcrs and we will take- care of It if
"v- .mm 10 pui on tour times two
""Kims, -mono Main 18S1.
persons InHnhti 1.. ..
Sloan, please call nnd (ti. '.1.-.,'
accounts. Blacksmith shop corner
Cottonwood and East Alta.
Acker's Blood Elixir positively cure
chronic Blood I'nlsnninl. " ' ,.yure
uius affections a nil ,1 . .'
leas system tonic and pu'rlfier. Monoy
vfLDntCl1 ,f,y..unaro d'ssatlshed W
Ce,n.t.? "-OO- T. W. Schmidt I
People have erroneous ideas ahout the cup that cheers, hut does not inebiate'
and it is our purpose to set some of these ideas right.
Like the tea tree, if allowed to grow, the coffee tree would attain a height of
twenty-five or thirty feet, but it is kept trimmed down to about six feet.
The berries grow two in a pod with the ilat sides together: except at the top of
the bush where one berry forms in a pod. These berries are round and are called
by the trade Peaberry and Cara Cola. They are separated from the other berries
by running them over a large inclined belt. The Ilat berries soon stop on the flat
side while the round ones roll off. So in buying Cara Cola you do not know
whether jou are getting Guatemala, Salvador, Kio or some other kind, but von can
console yourself by knowing that your dealer seldom knows any more than you.
hJ,icking' l-he H6"'" ,arC dricd in thL' sun- Tll,s is a t'me oi ':! worry lor
HHrB,.r"in8 bT ,h,C. con,merc!al vallle f coffee. At one time un
ZZt Zel ,Tn 8,nTd S'"al P0ppleS Wi,h the cof'uc- ,,,,t vy docking by the
ntiyers put a stop to this practice.
Coffee is roasted to develope tin volatile oil and make it palatable You may
have noticed the little round bubbles of oil floating ,n your c Ti e coffees 5t
he S L'r uS'5d , "00d boldy".a"l trongVMd pu'ngem Tlievleave
thL pleasant after taste . the mouth that is much sought after by the connoispeur.
The roasting process is very interesting. The coffee is placed in a larce cvlin
SfJe i ZlToKcun gaS,S ,Al CVefy -volution' a sa5e tL
lunee is inrown out in a cup for inspection. At t W n.vt a
scrapes this sample back inVo the cyUe'ind, ."!h.Ti?rirce.,r0n
"S.'W'i' !sWled into a sieve
. -w ...w uiunci wiicic- 11 is (juicKiy cooled.
lXSJT! P!pelikC l0,kine a,,pa'a,us lt0 coHee, and
meat to be JuTin tarr a, d sack f sC "ST ,,,e i)hh
suction. snipping. This pipe draws the coffee up by
Some roasters spray the coffee with elurnP ; i
glazed with the white of eggs U tha cuJi ii"n ,hBir custonl,:rs that it .s
know it would be impossible to get .? enS 7o ,hi"k WOU,d
these big roasters turn-out. Then ain H .1 8 ! " T ,Rn,h of the amount
of the yolks of the millions of eggs? 8 ' d'd yU CVer ,lear ol ".ir disposing
The ignorance of the people of the true value nf tt 1 , .
to put various kinds of horJ fee,l n IL "!.,V?.,e f .c?ff?e lla ead many dealers
so good why label it coffee? Tl,o m: " " ".,ut, ".cereal coffee.
In conclusion we wish to say we nnk
-i-uu tm uur onees
we don't get it thr
VUP Qhir rtiA-.... I
,MUUB ,,ie ""I inai, when often th r.,c : ",!
wey want tbemseln-s, Our "Mother's Pride "at 3" n?1 kn0T' Just what
' "l -5C is a wonder,
Owi. Tha Mousn.
on wheels and run
It it is
Ihly advertised cereal coffee on the. ma,t- 1" ila.uo? analyzed the most
and after listinc each ch.msV-i ... ?.yb l,ar!'5'larsireSs on its food
product in a sail nf th; ",ey said, "There was less of a
eh? " " to,,Be ",an ,n a iuart of sk.m milk." Prettv
e a speciahv of p;r. r.... .
.except our Owl Sner,-i w ' "" ana jeas. we
first time trive l?ru&Vcyuy taste you want. If
i; inueca couiu