East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, May 16, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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DAILY EA8T OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, MAY 16, 1904.
"The
Best, Soda
in Towi"
Ask anybody, man, woman
or child, who has tho best soda
In town. They will tell yon
Schmidt's. Ask anybody whoso
Ico cream Is best. Yon will got
tho same answer. Look for
tho most crowded fountain In
tho city and you will find that
the sign above tho door Is
F. W. SCHMIDT
DRUGGIST.
POSTOFFICE BLOCK.
GENERAL NEWS.
Now railroad terminals to cost
$14,000,000 will bo built at Now Or
leans, and the Hock Island has se
cured a right of way into that city.
Tho American Social Science As
sociation, In session in Huston, is dis
cussing the advisability of extend
ing free public school benefits to
adults.
The jury before whom ox-Mayor
A. A. Ames, of Minneapolis, has been
on trial charsed with bribery, failed
to agree, and was discharged after
being out -10 hours.
II. G. Selfrldge, formerly Marshall
Fold's general manager, has bought
the Schlessinger & Mayer depart
ment store business in Chicago, pay
ing therefor $5,000,000.
Three Japanese are attending tho
international convention of mechani
cal engineers In Chicago. Thoy
came over on tho same steamer with
three Greeks and an Arabian.
Lieutenant-Gcneral Sir Clement
Wilkinson, of the British army, In
an Interview in Now York, predicts
the ultimate complete success of
Japan in the present war both on sea
and land.
Agents of the Chinese government
are secretly working the United
States in an endeavor to secure
American army men for the Chinese
service. This is a part of the plan
for the complete rehabilitation of the
Chinese army.
Tho conservative democrats of
Massachusetts, are In the saddle, the
state committee having deposed
George Fred Williams, the radical,
from the chairmanship of the stato
committee, and substituted William
A. Gaston, of the Cleveland school of
democracy.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
Astoria has Just let a contract for
$8,000 worth of street improvements.
George Irving, aged 17, was killed
by a falling limb at Cathlamet, Sun
day. nob Cakot, a Honualm taxldernilst,
was fined $50 for killing an elk out
of season, Saturday.
The Montana Press Association,
consisting of 50 members, has gone
In a body to St. Louis.
An epidemic of horse stealing Is
raging near Albany, three having
been stolen in one night,
Tho Nowbcrg Woman's Club rais
ed $35 for the Sacajawea monument
fund, by giving an entertainment
Saturday night.
W. B. Clark, an employe of the Or
egon Paper Mills at Oregon City, was
instantly killed Saturday evening by
being caught in a belt.
"Sergeant" J. C. Smith, a well
known pioneer of Walla Walla, died
Saturday, aged 77. He went to
Walla Walla from Itogue river In
1854.
A well known wheat farm on tho
Csni nrllrro In TTnlnn rnnntv. con
sisting of 440 acres, was sold Sat
urday for $33 per acre. K is in me
beet belt.
Arne Freeman, a rich farmer of St.
Helens, was Instantly killed Sunday
by being thrown from his wagon,
while running a race with a neigh
bor on horseback.
Tho local option sentiment Is very
strong In all tho Willamette valley
towns, enthusiastic rallies having
been called for nearly every night
from now until election.
THREE BIG 'BARGAINS
la
Suburban Property.
Four acres, good orchard and
houso 2250
Six acres, with good house, 400
hearing fruit troea; alfalfa,
and chicken yard. Indepen
dent water system. Torma. . .$5,500
Eight acres, good housb and
barnj 100 bearing fruit trees.
Irrigated. , $2,250
E. T. WADE & 80N.
NOTES FROM ECHO
HOR8E THIEVES OPERATE
IN WM. WILSON'S PASTURE.
Return From College J. L. McCul
lough Will Migrate Investiga
ting Hay Choppers In California
Delegates to Astoria Grand Lodges
Vey Child Is Improving In Port
land Band of Fine Sheep Sold.
Echo, May 1G. A maro belonging
to William Wilson, was stolen from
his pasture somo time during Thurs
day evening. The marks plainly
show where tho mnro was taken out.
This Is one of his work horses, and
Is sorely missed. Constable Elt
Spike is trying to get trace of tho
thief, and Is communicating with
nearby 'towns In tho hopes of getting
some word.
The Misses Cella and Mablo Moore,
daughters of Je3se Moore, of Duttor
Creek, returned home Friday from
Milton, where they have been at'
tending school, through tho wlntor
months,
Mr, and Mrs. J. I McCullough
hnvo returned from Pendleton, whoro
thoy have been for a few days trans
acting business'. They have sold
their ranch on Hutter creek, to Wm.
Temple, of Pendleton, and It
understood for tho sum of $2,800.
Mr. McCullough contemplates ntov
Ing to the UIg Pond country In tho
near future, or soon after he gives
up the ranch which will bo tho 25th
of May.
Mr. and Mrs, Horry Sltton, who
have been guests of Mrs. C. E. Rog
ers, on Hutter creek for the past fow
weeks, have gone to Pendleton to
attend to business matters and to
visit friends.
Asa 11. Thompson and R. N. Stan
Held are In California Investigating
the merits and workings of tho ma
chines used for chopping hay, that
are a success In that country. It is
satisfactorily demonstrated that tho
hay, when chopped, will fatten cat
tle better than when fed from the
stacks. This machlno also stacks
the hay after cutting It, something
after tho way tho straw stacks are
made.
U. Jones and Charles H. Miller
will leave for Astoria, Sunday, to be
there on Wednesday, the 18th. Thoy
are representatives to tho grand
lodge of tho Odd Fellows, which
meets at Astoria on the 18th and
19th, Mrs. Miller accompanies Mr.
Miller. She is also delegato to the
Uehekah lodge, which will convene
at the same place.
Joseph Vey came up from Portland
Sunday morning. Ho has been there
for two weeks In attendance upon
his youngest child, who has been
very sick, though greatly Improved
now.
Joseph Cunha, tho successful
sheepmnn, has sold a band of sheep,
1,200 or 1,300, to an Eastern buyer,
for $1.75 per head. This is about 25c
above tho market. The herd was in
excellent condition, hence the higher
price.
ECHO CLUB ELECTS.
Citizens' Association Selects Officers
for the Ensuing Year.
Tho rMtizniiR' Association of Echo,
under whose auspices tho succesful
farmers' meetings hnvo been held re
cently, elected new omcers Saturday
night for the ensuing year as fol
lows:
President, Italph Stanlleld; vice
president, W. E. Brown: secretary,
it n wiiiIb: treasurer. W. A. Robin
son: board of directors. Frank Sloan,
O. F. Thomson, J. R. Saylor, Asa B.
Thomson, R. Thorn, D. C. Ilrownell,
R. N. Stanlleld. W. E. Drown. H. C.
Willis, L. A. Estel), Charles n. dul
ler, W. A. Robinson and W. II. Boyd.
Tim momlinrshln now numbers
about 100 and the association is In
a prosperous condition and will Im
mediately tano up mo niuuur ui n
tniiiiuhinir ii nnrmnncnt creamery at
Echo, and will also take steps to mar
ket the fruit crop or tno iscno dis
trict, with the assistance of Col. R.
C. Judson of tho O. R. & N. Company.
EXCURSION RATES TO ST. LOUIS
The Washington & Columbia River
Railway.
For the World's Fair at St. Louis
the following rates aro announced:
To St. Louis, going via St. Paul
or Billings, returning any dl-
rlct route W0.0O
To Chicago, going vlt St. Paul
or Billings, returning any di
rect route 65.00
To St. Louis, returning from
Chicago, or
To Chicago, returning from St.
Louis 62.50
To St. Louis, returning via Chi
cago, or
To Chicago, returning via St.
Loula 65.00
Children of half-faro age, half tho
above rates.
Tickets will bo on salo May 11, 12
and 13; Juno 16, 17 and 18; July 1
2 and 3; August 8, 0 and 10; Septem
ber 5, C and 7; October 3, 4 and 6.
Good going ton days from dato of
salo, returning, 90 days from dato of
salo.
Good for stopover at any point
within tho limits.
For full Information regarding
routes, side trips, etc., call on or ad
dross, WALTER ADAMS, AGT
S. B, OALDHRHEAD, Pendloton,
General Passongor Agent, Oro.
Walla Walla, Wash.
A. O. U. W. Notice.
Tr t n fntn. 1. 8. M. W. of tho
A O. U, W will deliver a lecture to
nr Uin A. O. U. W. noxt
Monday ovenlng,. May 10th, at b
o'clock l. m,, nt tho Odd Fellows hnll.
All members or mo oruor uru
ostly renuosted to ho prosont.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
The Pendleton.
H. M. Schiller, Denver.
R, E. Portor and wife, Meacham.
Paul Avellno.
A. It. Grant, Portland.
L. Straus. San Francisco.
Thomas Catton, Oakland.
O. A. Schields, Now York.
J. Judlg, Now York.
Frank Howe, San Francisco.
E. C. Murphy, Washington.
J. W. Cuslck, Albany.
Mrs. Cuslck, Albany.
H. B. Cuslck, Albany.
E. W. Ring, Spokane.
D. Shultz.
J. H. Kloeckner.
A. E. McBreen and brother.
II. W. Loveland.
J. J. Ualleray, city.
H. C. Bartholomew, Heppnor.
J. Ackerman, city.
H. C. Joseph, Chicago.
G. A. Cruse, Seattlo.
E. H. Burke, Portland.
Ralph Freeman, Portland.
E. W. Brlghnm, city.
George F. Roberts, Portland.
A. Slnshelmcr, Portland.
A. 11. Gallowny, Portland.
Harry C. Lacy, Portland.
U. M. Rice. Portland.
Louis Bright and wile. San- Fraiv
cIsco.
Don Davenport, Now York.
William Matter.
C. M. Smith.
Richard A. Wright, Spokane.
Wm. Dougherty, Spokane,
A. Y. Alexander, Spokane.
W. D. Mnrks, Spokane.
T. O. Hnlloy and family, city.
W. R. C. Beach, city.
Ernest Tatom nnd wife, city.
L. L. Jones, San Francisco.
F. D. Newberry, Philadelphia.
C. M. Smith.
W. 11. Olendennlng.
R. A. Galley.
The St. George.
Mrs. F. C. Hnnley, Portland.
E. N. Hutchonson, Portland.
George Harris,. Portland.
Sam J. Cillloy, Weston.
J, C. Loncrgan, Seattlo.
W. L. Whitmore, Chicago.
II. W, Loveland, Portland.
J. C I.ovy, Portland.
William Dunn, Portland.
II. J. Jones, Wnlla Walla.
K, K, Jones, Walla Walla.
J. C. Millard, Syracuse.
F. E. Wellington, Seattlo.
II. J. Savage, Portland.
R. E. Cromer, Tacoma.
R. J. Bloomfleld, Cnnton.
Mrs. M. L. Stock, Kansas City.
Miss Van Drake, Kansas City.
L. B. Duncan, Portland.
A. C. Jnmes, Portland,
E. K. K. Allen, Mllwnnkle.
A. C. Wagner, Portland.
George Arthur Brown, Portland.
Georgo E. Mosser, Spokane.
O. J. Williams, Spokane.
B. Gordon, Portland.
W. G. Hartford, Portland.
The Bickers.
J. B. Hubbard, McKay.
Martin Kupors, Cold Springs.
H. J. Thomas, Dale.
C. D. RInkor, Spokane.
James B. Upton.
Joseph Brabant, Westmond.
W. H. Shownker, Baker City.
Joe Pelletier, Baker City.
B. W. Wltherspoon.
S. E. Notson, Lexington.
A. E. Bramran, Portland.
D. B. Haver, Portland.
A. S. Swanson, Portland,
E. F. Martin and wife, Rocky Ford.
J. Maschman, Cold Springs,
Charles Warning nnd wire, city.
L. Stuntoffer, Elgin.
II. W. Norton, San Francisco,
Georgo D. Goodhue, Portland,
J. S. Cunnlnghnm. Portland.
L. E. Huklll, Stnrhuck.
T. D. Taylor, city.
A. L. Kuhns, Wellington.
E. E, Harwood, Kalamazoo.
G. M. Morrison and wife, Adams.
B. A. Marquis and wife, Adnms.
II. Loyd, Milton.
S. Redmond, Dickinson,
W. A. MlkescU. Eclio.
J. O. Hales, Adams.
Willis Mercer and wife. Prosser.
Henry M. Kerfmer, Denver.
Miss Bessie McAtee, Weston.
J. E. Cherry, Adams.
A PREACHER'S OPINION.
Trlb Is the Remedy for Liquor and
Tobacco Habits That Has Effected
the Greatest Number of Cures.
The Rev. J. R. N. Bell, pastor of
tho Presbyterian church, Baker City,
writes: "A permanent cure nt a nor
mal cost is what the public has
wanted for many years. I have
watched with Interest tho good tc
sults obtained by your remedy for
liquor and tobacco habit, TRIB, and
feel I can safely and heartily recom
mend it to all In need."
Tallman & Co., local agents.
When a man Is made a professor
In a college these days, tho higher
up his position, the bigger fool things
ho says.
O SPICES, o
COFFEE,TEA,
BAKING POWDER,
FLATORiNG EXTRACTS
flbjolutePurity. finesf flavor,
Granted Stretch, fcworvable Prices
CL05SET&DEVER5
PORTLAND, OREQON.
CLOTHING AT COST
WE ARE CLOSING OUT OUR
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SELL OUT nilR STOCK OF CLOTHING TO IVlAKt HUUIY! FOR OUR DRV ""0
FURNISHINGS.
$15.00 8ults for 511.98 Boys' $9.00 Suits for
$12.50 8ults for Boys' 7'50 8ulls fr ...
$10.00 Suits for 8-00 Qoys, $6 0 Suu
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Home lot the Afflicted
Dr. Sabina Leach's Private Sanitarium
Chronic diseases a specialty. Her remedies nro strictly
herbal, assisted by magnetic processes, and medicated vapor
baths.
Alt diseases treated In a common sense and sclontinc man
nor, removing unnatural growths, tumors, goltro nnd all enlarge
ments of tho glands, WITHOUT THE USE OF THE KNIFE.
Cures rhoumntlsm paralysis, nouralgla, catarrh, aBthma, bronchi
tis, colds, liver and kidney troubles, nnd nil diseases peculiar o
women.
Special attention given to tho
Whiskey, Opium and Tobacco Habits
Treatment, nurse, board and room at reasonable rates. Con
sultation free.
Cornor West Bluff nnd Marie Streets.
For
Family Use
FOR FISHING PARTIES, FOR OUTINGS, FOR A DAY'S
PLEASURE, FOR A FINISHING TOUCH TO YOUR MEAL,
FOR THAT SUMMER THIRST, FOR A SOCIAL EVENING AT
HOME. ALWAYS HAVE
Olympia
Beer
IT'S PURE AND WHOLESOME, AND IS RELISHED BY
ALL. IT'S ALWAYS GOOD AND ALWAYS THE SAME. WE
CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH OLYMPIA BEER IN ANY QUANTI
TY YOU DE8IRE. 'PHONE MAIN 881. A. NOLTE.
8END IN YOUR ORDER FOR A CASE OF OLYMPIA. YOU
CAN KEEP IT IN YOUR HOME.
A. NOLTE
Telephone Main 881
FOR LUNCHE8, OUTINGS, PICNICS AND 80CIAL GATHER
INGS WE HAVE GENUINE IMPORTED SERVILAT WURST,
SWISS CHEESE AND THAT REAL LIMBURGER CHEESE,
"THAT SMELLS SO NICE."
SS-3Ky
For sale at tho East Orenonlnn office
containing ovar 100 blQ papers, can be had
CLOTHING, AND WHILE OUR SALE LASTS. Ynn
ur - n nCCnDC J-IIID STnDC I f -T-st VAN Blk. .
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THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY.
2k j,.
Ho! for a Picnic
Enjoy nn outing and a drive.
A fishing trip will glvo yu
pleasure Good rigs, One horses.
Everything first-class. Prices
reasonable.
Williams Livery Stable
723 Cottonwood 8treot.
Larne bundles of i.ewspnpern
for 25c a bundle.
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State.
Supremo Judge-Thorn
M. Douglas.
Jeffrey, T. II. Crawford, It
and J. II. Smith.
District
Simmons.
Morrow .1. II. Ra ey.
.Tnl nt ltnnrnsentative.
Umatilla F. B. Holbral
County.
Judge G. A. Hartwi
Sheriff T. D. Taylor.
niri; .T. E. Cherry.
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SCllOOl Bupciiuituvi
Mayberry.
Knrvpvnr fl. C.
Coroner Dr. T. Ji. t
Precinct.
Justice of tho Peace
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Republican '
For Presidential Electcn;
J. N. Hart
W. H. Gre
James A. Fee
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For Food onu wairj
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For Prosecuting Attontt
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For Joint Represent""
For Congressman "v-
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For Representaties:
John J. Balleraf
Henry Adms
For County Judge:
Henry J. Bean
For County Clerk:
Frank SalmS
Fr T a! Barrett
For Recorder:
W. H. Folsoffl
For Assessor:
W. T. WgW
For Commissioner:
Horace w
Fx,r School Superi
Fran c
For Coroner:
Dr. a.
For Surveyor .
For Justico or r'" ;
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