East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, April 19, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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    PAGE EIGHT.
DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1904.
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OXFORD SEASON
The tlmo Is rlpo to select your Oxfords.
A look at our lino of ladles' and gentleman's low shoes will
convince you of their superiority. Tho nowest Ideas of tho leading
shoo manufacturers arc on display. A special bargain.
Llttlo gents' shoes, sizes 9 to 13 "4, $1.00; sizes 1 to 2, $1.25:
sizes 2& to 5&, $1.50.
DINDINGER, WILSON & CO.
GOOD SHOES CHEAP. 'Phone Main 1131. Z
AN ENTIRE SUCCESS
MORE EVIDENCE ABOUT
RIGBY-CLOVE COMBINE.
An Expert Thresher With Thirty
Seven Years' Experience, Adds His
Testimony About the Pendleton
Made Combine He Pronounces
It an Entire Success, With an As
sured Demand Wherever It Has
Been Intelligently Tested.
nlng It could sell more machines than
It could turn out mis year In Sher
man county alone.
GOVERNMENT FORAGE.
D. J. Nobergall has returned from
a visit to Sherman county on busi
ness. Mr. Nobergall Is one of the
oldest threshermen of this state, hav
ing been In tho business for the past
37 years, and last year he ran one of
the largest machines In tho country.
. While In Sherman county Mr. Ne
bcrgall states that he was asked re
peatedly about the RIgby-Clove com
bined harvester. Last year one of
the machines was sent into that
county and by tho work done by It
a largo number of tho wheatmen of
that vicinity have been led to make
up their minds to buy.
Tho Sherman county machine went
through tho harvest with entire suc
cess, aud did better work than any
of the other makes of combines in
the county, and last year there were
50 of various makes at work in the
fields of that county. From the
demonstration made, a great many of
the farmers have made up their
minds to change, and have asked Mr.
Nobergall about the prospects of get
ting them by tho tlmo the harvest Is
ripe. If the foundry was now run-
House 'Cleaning
Made Easy
See our window for tho
things that you need. Hero is
tho list: "Whiting. Ammonia,
SuipHuFi aibrltli LImo, Magic
Cleaning Fluid, Boap, Dcodor
Ized Benzine, Sulphur1 Pilml
gators and DdSlors. Anything
else? Ask us.
Hay Not plentiful and Costs $22.50
Per Ton Oats $27.33 Per Ton.
Dlds for feed for government
horses In the Philippines wero open
ed yesterday In Portland, and some
body intends to get rich quickly.
There was but one bid for hay. It
came from Albers Bros, nnd was for
500 tons of Willamette valloy at
$22.30 per ton and another for u sim
ilar amount nt $22.50.
Eight hundred and eighty-two tons
of Eastern Oregon and Eastern Wash
ington timothy was offered nt $23,
nnd 500 tons of tho samo at $24.
Tho bidders stated that hay was
tho best obtainable at this season
of tho year and contained three
fourths timothy nnd one-fourth clo
ver and other grasses.
It would bo delivered double com
pressed and of a density of 82 cubic
feet to tho ton, as provided for In the
specifications. The company also
agreed to furnish 500 tons of oats at
$27.33 a ton; 1,000 tons at $27.80,
and 1,046 tons at J2o.50 a ton.
Tho delivery of the hay and oats
is to. commence nt once if tho con
tract Is awarded tuem, and bo com
pleted within 30 days, the fodder to
be placed within tacklo distance on
tho dock. It was specified In tho
bid thnt If the government so de
sired, 700 tons of oats and 1,000 tons
of hay would be delivered by May 4
at the same price.
YOUNG BOY DM
80N OF JOHN BtCKMAN,
LIVING ON WILD HORSE.
Little Fellow Was a Cripple Ven
tured Too Close to the Swift
Stream While Driving the Cows
Home No Evidence Directly Bear
ing on His Approach to the Stream
Fell In Last Evening, Body Found
This Morning.
Sturgls Estate Distributed.
In the superior court this morning
tho final account of A. S. Ledrow as
administrator of the estate of Susan
M. Sturgls, deceased, was approved
by the court and a final order of dis
tribution signed. The property of
the estate Is equally divided among
tho following heirs: Fay S. LeQrow,
of Athena, Or.; Susan A. Walsh and
Grace Winn, of Walla Walla, and
William P. Sturgls, James H. Sturgls
and Cyrus Sturgls, of Pendleton, Or.
Walla Walla Statesman.
THE WHOLESOME
CRESCENT
Tallman & Co.
Leading Druggists
m and
Phosphate
: BAKING POWDER
5 HETTEIl THAN THE OLD-TIME
t CKEAM OF TaMAR PONDERS.
Pendleton Amateurs Will Meet Nor
mal Town Next Sunday.
Tho Wonders will begin to work
for the amateur baseball pennant
Sunday next, when they will go to
Weston to play with the Weston
team. They have been practicing for
some tlmo, and are now In trim to
put up a good game, fast and snappy.
On Sunday, wnne ho has his team
at Weston, it is the intention of Man
ager Leo Drake to arrange for a ser
ies of games with tho amateur teams
of tho vicinity. It is his hope to
bring Athena here March 1, and If
ho Is able to make thnt arrangemont
It will liiBure a good game on thnt
date, as tho toamfl are rivals and
about evenly matched,
The "Yellow Kids," tho old team
of Athena players that made things
so interesting for tho baseball play
ers of the county a couple of years
ago, has been revived, and will bo In
tno neia. uesiaes Atnena, mo teams
nt Whitman college, at Adams, Mil
ton, La Grande, Tho Dalles and Wttlla
Walla want cames with tho local
team, nnd a schedule will be arrangod
as soon as possible.
The lineup of the Wonders is as
follows: Crdlnn, catcher! King and
Jones, pltchol'sj Frdontfj, first base;
Alexander, captain fthd second bnso;
Krucer. third base: Hartman. short
stop; Strand, left field; Castle, cen
ter field; Drnke, manager and right
field.
PLUMBING
Let is figure on your job.
All work guaranteed.
j Goodman-Thompson Hardware Co j
643 Main St.
Home lot the Afflicted
Dr. Sabina Leach's Private Sanitarium
i ,n.,.M n Hneclalty. Hor remedies aro strictly
baH All diseases treated In a common senso nnd scientific man-
"rvi. Trin8rrnTHnEu JKSE
tls. colds, liver and kldnoy troubles, nnd&nll diseases peculiar to
women.
Special attention given to tho
Whiskey, Opium and Tobacco Habits
Trentmont, nurse, board and room at reasonable rates. Con
sulfation free.
Corner West Bluff and Marie Streets.
Emll Beckmnn, tho 7-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. John Ueckman, who
resTdes about three miles northeast of
town on tho Wild Horse, was drown
ed yesterday afternoon by falling in
to tho creek while attempting to
cross on a foottog.
Tho drowned boy was a cripple and
small of his age. He had been caught
In tho belt of a threshing machlno
last year, and ns a result lost ono of
his legs, amU wore a stump leg. He,
In company with an older brother,
had gone out for tho cows nnd wero
driving them to, tho barn, playing
along tho road, and herding tho an
imals In the deep grass along the
creek bottom.
Tho older brother was called away
for a shore time and left Emll. Ho
was gone i'or out a few minutes, aim
when ho returned could not find his
brother. Thinking thnt tho boy had
gone on home, ho drove tho cows
home and not finding him there told
Mrs. Ueckman, who, thinking he had
gone to tho Harrah ranch near by,
sent tho boy over to toll him to conio
home. When ho was not found thoro
the neighbors wore notified and com
menced a search whlc wns kept up
until lato at night, when It wns aban
doned on account of tho darkness.
This morning searchers went out
ngnln, and after- a short lime found
the body about 50 feet b..ow whoro
ho had fallen Into tho water. Tho
stream Is quite high and tho current
very swift. A largo clump of willows
that In the summer time stand on
dry ground are now in the swiftest
part of tho current, and the body
had balanced across ono of theso
trees with the water pouring over It
and hiding it from sight.
The funeral will bo conducted at
tho homo tomorrow morning at 0
o'clock by Rev. G. Lolloy Hall, of
tho Baptist church of this city. Tho
interment will bo mado in Olnoy
cemetery.
at tho hotel, but sho was not sorry
for it. In fact, It had not been 'the
first tlmo that Bho had done such
things, nnd she had no charges to
mako against any of tho people under
examination.
Tho Glthons girl is well known
here, having worried the police force
with hor 'disgusting behavior last
summer.
Hope to Save the Eye.
Charles Brnnson, tho man who was
Injured Sunday afternoon by being
hit in tho head with a rock by Rod
ney Dupuis, Is better today, and tho
physicians have strong hopes of be
ing nblo to snvo his eye. Tho pain
Is not so great, and the Inflammation
Is but Blight.
New Engines Expected.
The new freight engines for the
mountain division of tho O. R. & N,
aro expected at La' Grande tho latter
part of this month. They aro of tho
latest design ainl will add greatly to
the facilities of the system. Six en
glnes aro coming.
Mother Stanislaus Goes East.
Mother Stanislaus, of tho Sisters of
St. Francis, will leave this evening
for a short visit at Rawlins, Wyo,
Sho expected to go soveral days ago,
but has been delayed by the Hoods
on tho O. R. & N.
Taken to the Hospital.
Mrs. B. I). Hall, who has been 111
nt her homo for some time, was
taken to the hospital this morning
for treatment, and will remain thoro
for some time.
"WONDERS" AT WESTON.
DEMOCRATS HAVE NERVE.
Malheur Delegation to State Conven
tion Walks From Huntington to
Baker City.
Tho delegates from Malheur coun
ty to tho democratic state conven
tion, E. H. Test, James Lawrence,
tho present sheriff, nnd J. R. Lacka
by. walked from Huntington to Bak
er City, a dlstanco of BO milos, Sun
day nnd Monday, In order to mako
connections with a train for Port
land, and bo on hand at the opening
of tho stnto convention this morning.
When thoy arrived at Huntington,
Saturday night, tho bridges on Burnt
river had been washed out and train
servlco was demoralized. It was a
long, muddy, perilous trip by ties
from Huntington to Baker City, but
thoy made it, tho 10-year-old son of
E. II. Test walking tno ontiro uis
tnnco with tho delegates.
Thoy intended to hire ft team and
mako tho trip by wagon, but tho
wagon bridges had shared tho fato of
tho railroad bridgos and so tho bravo
democratic warhorses mado tho 50
miles In less than two days and aro
now In Portland serving tholr con
stituency in tho stnto convention.
DRUNKEN GIRL'S HEARING.
Disgusting Affair Before tne District
Attorney Last Evening.
Hugh Roby, his 'slstor, Molllo Ro-
by, and Robert Montgomery, nil or
Athena, aro under tho oyo of tho dis
trict attorney, charged with having
enticed Annia Glthens, an Athona
,.iri niinnt ir, voars -of ago. into n
saloon, whoro sho was iurnlshod with
whiskey, mado drunk anu lanon to
n linSinn nt AdnniB. whoro tllO Wholo
company spent tho night.
Yesterday sovorni or tno wunussoa
wero boforo tho nttornoy, who Hston-
...1 in tlmlr tnatlmnnv. 'Tho OlthonS
girl was tho chief witness, and told
of tho nlght'8 oxporionco. uuo uu
mltted that sho was drunk, that sho
Fire Sale Prices.
On dress goods, clothing, shoes,
ladles' ready-to-wear garments,
trunks, valises, blankets, in fact,
overything sold at fire salo prices at
the Peoples Warehouse.
Think of It.
Men's suits, coat, pants and vest,
fire sale price $2.05 per suit. Damag
ed slightly.
PEOPLES WAREHOUSE.
si
The distracting headaches from which
so many women suffer make life n dally
purgatory. If men suffered with head
ache as women do, business would be
almost at a standstill. Does not the fact
that women only suffer from these severe
headaches suggest that there must be a
womanly cause for them ?
When the womanly organism is dis
eased, headache, backache, nervousness
and sleeplessness are consequences which
are sure to follow.
$BOO RnwartJ for Women
Who Oannot bo Owed
Backed up by over a third of a century
of remarkable and uniform cures, a record
such as no other remedy for the disease
and weaknes peculiar to women ev?v
attained, the proprietors and makers of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription now feel
fully warranted in oflerlnr to pay$joo iu
leffal money of the United States, for any
case of Lcucorrhea, Female Weakness, Fro
lapsus, or Falling of Womb which they
cannot cure. All they ask is a fair ana
reasonable trial of their means of cure.
Wjjrid's Dispensary Medical asso
ciation, rropneiors. nuuaio, ti, y,
1 1 took two bottltn of your ' favorite Preacrlr.-
and an
Hemic,
tlon ' and two of the 'traldtn Mctllcil DUeovefy '
ra iitnjr well," wiim sirs. uan Mr.
ft ill any way you think belt, ti I fcauuol rk
too highly of Dr. Mtrce and hit mcdlcints."
VttKit. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense
Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of
stamps to pay expense of mailing only.
Send 31 one-cent stamps for the book iu
paper covers, or 31 stamps for the cloth
bound volume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y.
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Building
Material
OF ALL DESCRIPTION
SASH, DOORS
and WINDOWS
Made to order. Building pa
per, lime, cement, brick and
sand, wood gutters for barns
and dwellings a specialty.
Oregon
Lumber Yard
Alta Street, Opp. -o.'rt House,
COMING EVENT8.
May 2 Oregon Federation of La
bor, Oregon City.
May 4 Genornl M. E. conforonco,
Los Angeles.
May 18-211. O. O. F. grand lodge
at Astoria.
May 27-28 Caledonian picnic at
Ath'cna.
Juno 2, 3, 4 Umatilla county ploJ
nocrs' reunion nt weston.
Juno C Gonernl olection in Ore
gon. Juno 15, 16, 17 Oregon encamp
mont G. A. R., Hood Rlvor.
huh
Not Ended.
PAINLESS
DENTISTRY
Dr. Adams Dental Parlors In tho
Dospaln block In this city, are now
boing woll patronized. Tho rush of
work ho is having Is duo to 0e fnct
thnt ho makos a specialty of painless
filling nnd oxtrnctlng of tooth. Nerv
ous and timid peoplo who havo long
noglected tholr teeth nro now hav
ing tholr tooth put in good ropalr
and aro dolighted with tho oaso with
which tho work can bo dono undor
tho now system.
The crowding has ceased to bo tho
thing at tho Peoples Warohouse. In
place of that one Is able to see a
steady flow of customers coming in,
and being properly waited on. Thoro
aro reductions in overy department.
Some greater than others. Tbore Is
also some stuff loft that gives evi
dence of having been In tho flro. Tho
fire salo prices arc tho thing at tho
Peoples Warehouse, and It would bo
well for you to call and take advantage.
A French i
Officei
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In 1720 brought a
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originated ,.11 i
trees of tho Aae,Zl 1
nont. and whi i.r1
about three-quanTr
world's Kimni. Kn 1
Tho tree Is rather iu
in sho and crow. t
height of an AmC
Plum, blossoming n Tj
IS;
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often sees the ripe wl
blossoms nn h ..WITII
Tho blossoms nro whlu '
..j....nj social sit
laundry soap 25c.
Owl Tea Hous
lot U?,.
In ftl
17.
IF
THE BOSTON
IS MAKING PRICES ON ALL LINES
OF CLOTHING AND FURNISHING
GOODS. IT IS WORTH WHILE TO
FIND OUT JU8T CALL.
IQft C W lM, 1K4, fcy
Clothing
for
Spring
Tho hnlctrl of ncrfectlon b I
Ing has been attained in cor Ul
spring clothing. Each ganseMi
illstlnL'tilnhlnr style whlCb
with many other notable poind,''
broucht our clothing In pw 1
with tho conservative dresMn
Special values at 12.80,
$1G.G0.
Baer Dak
One Price
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T. L. BAKER. Proprietor.
Positively the best meals over served in Pendleton at 25c
tno Horsesnoe iur .ut, .
. . . . - -,i.t m-icps Open
Lunches .ana snort oraers serveu m ub. .flp eB.
and night.' ChJchen dinner overy Sunday. Only wm
i.loved. Tho .Ilorseshoo is. nt C52 Main street, opposite
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customer of this 'f0rrVe?l
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