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iDAlLYEAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1904.
Correct Clothes for Men
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ed: , by the
stylish effect; 2,
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the neat pattern
and substantial
Rwri,Mi9w,A.i).&oo. quality of the
Fabric 4, by the linings, trim
mings, and general workmanship.
This label
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MAKERS fff NEW YORK
is on clothes that comply with
these requirements yet cost you
no more than ordinary ready
mades, which never wilh meet
them.
Equal to line custom-made In all but
price. The makers' guarantee, and
ouri, with every garment. We art
Exclusive Distributors in this city.
GOOD
RECORD
OF
DEMOGMC
ENTHU8IASTIC MEETING
AT PILOT ROCK
Judge Hartman Reviews County PI
nances In an Able and Stralnhtfor-
ward Manner C. P. Strain Asks for
Hearty Indorsement of His Policy,
Which the People Demanded Two
Years Ago.
Pilot Uock did horsolf nrond nt th
j democrats rally held Monday night.
1 The hall was filled to overflnwlni?
and ninny wero standing. Whilo the
majority of tho audience was com
I posed of democrats, many of whom
nan como in from n considerable dls
innce, mere were many republican
races seen in the audience.
I Alter soveral selections by Mc
. Minn's band Dr. Henderson made
short uddress. He reviewed the nrnm
ThF PmPlPC WADPHflllCr Isos of ,lle democratic party made
hi. r r.uru.9 yt ajvciiuudc i vnra ,, ,, al,..,..,, i,, ,i,
The Leading Clothiers
PENDLETON, OREGON
GENERAL NEWS.
two years apo and showed how these
promises had been fulfilled.
He spoke in part as follows
"Wo lKjInt to the official records of
i Dr. C. J. Smith and C. P. Strain with
" pride. As an instance of tho good
r i service dono to tne state by Dr. C. J.
Smith, I need only say that two years
ago a person suffering with any con
rpi,,. , , .,, ,, ' tagious disease was not required by
Unl va?nt Urn": w- , "Z't w to stay at home, hut might walk
from 20 to 40 per cent. abroad and scatter contagion to all.
Senator Burton s conviction did not ed animals going abroad, but none
affect his title to an Interest In The against persons scattering tho seeds
New Jerusalem The New Jerusalem 0f disease broadcast. Dr. C. J. Smith
which s on the Pike at the St. Louis was largely Instrumental in creating
exposition. the stat0 board ot ilcati wi,ca is ot
t- rm..l.. r . , . ... . . ...
v..i.i.o v.Minii, u uuiig lunnur ot sucn a ueneiii 10 me general iieaun
iioone, ia., was snot through a lung . of our state."
by some unknown person who am- Pledges Fulfilled.
KilluJlrt? Vllrtl nr lit a mtn itMmMnH fill i
n i- n; I".''",.."" ' u" He next showed how C. P. Strain
... , ' had fulfilled his pledges. After men-
A big crowd paid $10 per head in ' tlonlne vnrlous other candidates he
?V ! , ,8eo aTfa3t ad furl0U8 dwelt on the necessity ot having the
i.u Ub..i leuiine uuu i coroner's office In tho county seat on
Char es Haghey. Temple was given ; account of Its central location. He
me uecjsion auer w rounus. also regretted that tho office of coro-
A woman In Now York sat on the ) ner was among the last on the ticket,
porch of her home holding her, boy 'as many overlooked voting for a coro-
naDy to ner breast. Hoys wero playing ner.
ball near by. A ball went wild, struck I He thought It should come well up
the baby on the head and killed It. j toward tho head of the ticket.
Charles Urlckett and Manuel Nietos i William Loyd's Talk,
engaged in a quarrel at Los Angeles j William Loyd made a short talk,
with Mexicans. Tho latter opened fire , which was exceptionally well recelv
wlth revolvers. Drlckett was killed ed.
and Nietos badly wounded. The Mex- " I promise I will keep the expenses
leans escaped. of the county down and make all nec-
The British naval board recently i essary Improvements. I passed
appointed Dr. J. C. Ilyle, bishop of through here 42 years ago. I have
Liverpool, to a naval chaplaincy an ' heen hero ever since you all know
m honorary post which carries some , mo.
emoluments. Uyle died In 1900, and i "If you think I can do tho work I
Dr. Chavassie Is bishop of Liverpool, would be glad to have you vote for me
When the engineer of tho water but lf J?u ,7. for Hoc,0 Wa'ker8.
works of a small Texas town emptied 1 m'8eIf wlll do, you will be voting for
ho hnt IVfllnr tnnlr iUa nnolnn & gOOd niOIl.
i,r,..c h f..H iho h,i r : Mr. LIghtfoot next spoke. He said:
boiled until it had fallen in pieces. It
had not heen In the tank but a few
days. It Is supposed the man had
been murdered.
NORTHWEST NEWS.
About $2,500 has been raised for a
Fourth of July celebration at Walla
Walla.
Tho Western Christian convention
will bo held at North Yakima June
13 to 17.
A 50-foot whale Is giving blowing,
stunts In Puget Sound, and was last
seen off Tacoma. I
The Masonic bodies of Walla Walla
will build a three-story pressed brick
and stone building on Alder street.
Mrs. Catherine Whealen la dead at
Union Flat, aged 75 years. She was
tho first white woman In Whitman j
county, Washington.
Hank -Meyers, or Nyssa. Or., shot
and killed himself at Big Timber.
Mont., at the home of his brother-in-law,
Ilobert Cartwrlght.
J. D. C. Thelsen, of Lewiston, sold
130,000 pounds of wool this spring, all
taken by the Koshland company, of
.Boston. Price not made public.
The survey forthc new railroad In
to Itanler National Park will be made
very soon. It will tap the Cowlitz
coal fields In the forest reserve.
Joseph Burns and William Powell,
accused of blowing tho postofflce safe
at Woodburn, have been discharged
for want of evidence against them.
Professor Marlus J. Splnello, of the
California State University, lost both
legs beneath tho wheels of a street
car. He will die. He teaches French
and Italian.
John Anderson fell 50 feet down a
15-Inch ore chute at Mullan, Idaho.
One leg was broken In two places,
bis chin split, and ho sustained so
vero Internal Injuries.
THREE BIG BARGAINS
la
Suburban Property.
Four acres, good orchard oad
house 'z,z&0
Six acres, with good house, iOO
bearing fruit trees; .alfalfa,
and chicken yard. Indopon-
dent water system. Terms. ,.5,50O
.Eight acres, good house and
barn: .100 bearing fruit trees.
Irrigated $2,230
E.T. WADE & SON.
Whether I am elected or not is for
the people to say democrats bellevo
absolutely In the rule of the people. I
-would liko the office and bo glad to
receive your votes. What I particu
larly desire, however, Is that you will
vote for my old-tlmo friend, Mr. Lloyd.
"I have kuown him for the last 30
years and I know ho Is a man of un
swerving honesty and Integrity. He
has that prime requisite for the place
of county commissioner, which Is com
mon sense.
"I filled that offlce two years and
I know something of the duties of the
place. As for our assessor, ho Is tho
best Umatilla county over had."
Judge Hartman Speaks.
The ears of a "callow youth," as
Judge Hartman termed him, must
have burned during Judgo Hartman's
address.
"I have been accused of being bull
headed," said Judge Hartman. "I
plead not guilty to tho charge. When
I think a thing Is right, I usually try
to bring It to pasB." Ho discussed
tho Importance of the office of county
judge the admlnstratlon of tho es
tates pf deceased persons, the guard
ing of the Interests of minor heirs,
tho trial of civil cases for amounts of
less than $500.
"Where things turn out all right
people compliment tho county court,
but If they go wrong thoy are apt to
blamo tho county judge.
"A fow facts may prove of interest.
When I went Into office July 1, 1900.
the county court had levied a tax of
only $46,000 for general expenses In
face of the fact that tho expense had
been running as high as $70,000 with,
nn averaso of at least $65,000, ,
"As it was election year this was a,
political dodge to mako a small as
sessment, but nevertheless It left a
deficit of $20,000 on tho oxponse ac
count, which added to the $15,000 of
Interest and tho county debt of $185,
000. made a total Indebtedness, of
$220,000.
"During tho past four years we
have nearly extinguished tho debt, and
within two years I can safoly promlso
you that this county will bo out of
debt.
'During the past four, years wo have
kept up tho Improvements as tho per
manent and substantial bridge and
culverts and your oxcollent roads
will prove, and we havo reduced tho
county debt from $220,000 to $32,000.
"When wo started wo had 30 months
of outstanding scrip, while wo havo
but 14 months, and tho interest has,
been reduced from $15,000 to $4,000.
"For general purposes wo lovled $0,
000 loss this year than last year, but
we havo a tax of 3tf mills for - uM
purposes, which amounts to $23,785,
Tills Is tho cause of tho high tax this
year. Without this stnto tax; the tax
would havo beon but 17 mills.
"I havo been vllllfled and attacked
by a callow youth, who Is running tho
Tribune I am going to show you
why ho wants to boo mq defeated tor
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
W.
H.
The Pendleton.
Lysmanti.
Hogy, Now York.
Oeorgo S. Krleger. Now York.
H. F. Booth, Baker City.
F. S. Aekermnn, Denver.
J. Elder, San Francisco.
S. C. Hurrls, Philadelphia.
J. W. Seward, Chicago.
Miss Ocfford, Spokano.
Mrs. Sliult!!, Spokane.
It. B, May, Walla Walla.
C. M. Speck.
W, H. Smith, The Dalles.
O. H. Holcomb, Seattle.
W. C. McBrldo, .Rortland.
J. W. Cuslck, Portland.
Mrs. Cuslck, Albany.
H. B. Cuslck, Albany.
Oharles E. Lockwood. Albany.
Nellie W. Stevens, Portland.
Mny SlovetiB, Weston.
D. Shults, Weston.
13. Golden, Spokane.
W. ,1, Monro, Spokane.
Walter A. Iliissell, Spokane.
J. H. Kloeckner, Portland.
W. D. Chamberlain, city.
L, F. Reslng, Hitter.
W. h. Hasbrouck, KnnsnH City,
J. H. Sliow, Kansas City.
J. W. Finch.
J. W. Buckley. Baker City
C. A. Barrett, Athena.
T. W, Phelps, Hoppner.
F. 8. Braddy, Portland.
L. B. Knight, Minneapolis.
T. A. Smith, Chicago.
William Maker. Portland.
C, M. Smith, Portland.
The 8t. George,
nichard A. Wright, Spokane.
Henry Bayno, Helix.
A. O. West, Portland.
J. M. Mntscnrn, San Francisco,
J. D. Holton, Portland.
William Dunn, Portland.
M. It. Colby, Portland.
A. R. Wnre. Chicago.
James Wilson', Chicago.
James Wilson, Chicago.
F. C. Smith. Snlt Lake.
Robert Jones, 'Denver.
It. Orleger, Greenwood.
George T. Earle, Seattle.
R. W. Cook, Portland.
C. A. Arme, Minneapolis,
J. A. Allison, Portland.
F. J. Gardner, Portland.
C. H. Johnson, Oakland.
James A. Fellows. St. Paul.
Mrs. Anna Jennings, Salem.
The Bickers.
Mrs. F. O. Bill and son, Boise.
Beryl Bill, Boise.
Mrs. Press Lewis. I.a Grande.
Press Lewis ,I.a Grande.
Elmer La Hue, Helix.
.1. H. Scriber, Eugene.
E. M. La Force. Salem.
Mrs. E. M. La Force, Salem.
Mrs. Wl C. Thompson, Umatilla.
Miss Eva Thompson, Umatilla.
Miss Iva Thompson, Umatilla.
Mrs. N. J. Clieesman, Umatilla.
J. A. Hubbard, McKay,
J. JL Wynn, McKay.
Charles Coker, Weston.
D. C. Wltherspoon, 'Washington.
W. D. Delinor and wife.
Charles Blen and wife.
T. .1. Berg,, Walla Walla.
J. D. Lee, Portland.
.1. II. Ackernian, Salem.
Ruth Davison nnd niece, Spokane.
W. L. Beyer, Portland.
8TATK OK OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO.
I.UCAS CONT1'. bj.
frank J. Cheney makes oath that be Is
senior partner of the firm ot F. J. Cheney
& Co.. doing Dullness In the City of To
ledo. County and Stnte aforesaid, and that
said firm will pay the sum of ONI? ItUN
DIU'IJ DOLI.AItH for each and' every "se
of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cnro.
FRANK J. CITBN'IJY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence, this Otb day of December.
A. D. 1880.
(Seal.) . A. W. QLEASOiT,
Notary Public.
Itall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internsty,
and acts directly on the blood ssri mu
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
testimonials free.
F. J. CIIKNKY A CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold bv Druggist. Price 7Bc.
Take nail's Family Fills for constipation.
VISIT THE BIG SALE AT THE FAIR THIS WEEK
Saturday Specials -Dry Got
Bleached muslin, Cc kind, 10 yards for 39c
Calico, 7c kind, 10 yards for 49c
Zephyr gingham, doublo fold, 10 ynrds for . . . .79c
lap silk, nil colors, -1 yards for 99c
Lyon dye wash silk, 60c silk, 4 ynrds for . .$1.59
Crystal cord silks, 1 yard cuts, special $1.59
Heavy outing flannel, 10 yards for 79c
Ladles' lace hose, 30c and 3Gc kinds 25c
Lm,,vc".I:::o'.T.'!!:!.!)rana' i84i
Laco collars for Saturday ,.
Embroidery sale Saturday, all 25c"emh
" . . . . t ""I
Ribbon salo Saturday, fiOc worth ofribb'jj
The FAIR. The FAII
THE STORE THAT IS AFTER YOUR BUSINESS.
Sealed bids will bo received by tho
school board of district No. 16, nntll
Saturday, May 28, 1904, at C o'clock
p, m., at the office of tho school clerk,
In room 1C, Judd building. Pendleton,
Ore., for tho purchase of all or any
part of tho Beck property, consisting
of threo lots and ono building, and
tho academy property, consisting of
six lots and two buildings. Tho right
la reserved to reject any and all bids,
and to also uso the academy buildings
and grounds until the now school
house is completed this fall.
JOHN HAILEY, JR., Clerk.
The Catholics will build a $10,000
church at Nez Perce, Idaho.
8IQHT PRE8ERVER8.
Tho llttlo lenses of clasjes Joined
by their framo of gold or nlckol are
wonderfully potent for good or ovll.
Pronerlv fitted, thoy build up tho
nves nnd nrcsorvo tho sight Improp
erlv fitted, thoy tear down and de
stroy.
noadlmr a fow linos of print with
a nnlr of glosses Is no tost. Tho
sight must bo tried by modern and.
anlnntlflft mothods.
Wo havo ovory facility for making
toot nnd can suddI'' any Hind of
glassos required at moderate cost.
GLENN WINSLOW
Jeweler' and Optician
Postofflce Block.
Home tot the Afflicted
Dr. Sabina Leach's Private Sanitarium
Chronic diseases a specialty. Hor remedies aro strictly
herbal, assisted by magnottc processes, nnd medicated vapor
baths.
All diseases treated In a common sense ana scloilttflc man
ner, removing unnatural growths, tumors, goltro and all enlarge
ments of tho glands, WITHOUT THE U8E OF THE KNIFE.
Cures rheumatism paralysis, neuralgia, catarrh, asthma, bronchi
tis, colds', liver and kidney troubles, and all diseases peculiar o
women.
Special attention given to the
Whiskey, Opium and Tobacco Habits
Treatment, nurse, board and room at reasonable rates. Con
sultation free.
Corner West Bluff and Marie Streets.
N0TICI
TO ALL MY FRIENDl
PATRONS!
I TAKE PLEASURj
miHUUUCING TO I
rrticNus, DHS. L L
H. WHITE, TO W
nWE SOLD MY I
BU3INE6S IN THIS (
THOROUGHLY REtd
THE DR8. WHITE All
CLASS DENTISTS INI
RESPECT, AND m
TEEM IT A FAVOi
ANY OF MY PATIElH
PLACE THEIR CAM
HANDS OF THE I
WHITE.
RE8PECTFULIY,
E. A. MA
There is None
Just as Good
OLYMPIA.BEER IS THE BEST BEER IT IS POSSIBLE TO
MAKE.
Olympia
IS PERFECTION IN BEER MAKING. OUR METHOD OF
KEEPING THIS CELEBRATED BEER IS CORRECT, AND IT
LOSES NONE OF ITS G0ODNE88. WE HANDLE OLYMPIA
BEER IN WHOLESALE QUANTITIES AND SUPPLY IT TO
THE LEADING 8ALOONS OF THE CITY, BESIDES 8ERVING
IT OVER OUR BAR.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF SUPPLYING FAMILIES
WITH OLYMPIA BEER, IN KEG OR BOTTLES, AND DELIVER
IT IN ANY QUANTITY DESIRED.
WE WANT THE PICNIC AND OUTING PARTIES TO CALL
ON US FOR A 8UPPLY OF OLYMPIA AND ALSO THEIR
LUNCHES, AS WE ARE PREPARED TO SUPPLY THEM WITH
SOMETHING ESPECIALLY GOOD. KEEP OLYMPIA BEER IN
YOUR HOME FOR ALL OCCA8ION8. IT 18 ALWAY8 RELISH
ED. IT 18 ALWAYS GOOD AND ALWAYS THE SAME.
A. NOLTE
telephone Main 881
DEMOCRATIC TIM
State.
Supreme Judge-Thoa
Dairy and Food
M. Douglas.
I Presidential Elect
Jeffrey, T. H. Crawford,!
'and J. H. Smith.
District
Congress, Second
Simmons.
District Attorney, fl
.Morrow J. H. Rale;.
Joint Representative, 1
Umatliin-F. D. Holbro
County.
Judge 0. A. HartMil
Sheriff T, D. Tarior.
Clerk J. E. Cherry. 1
Recorder W. H. Ffl
Assessor-C. P- Sttl
Commissioner WHIu I
Representatives-TV, tj
lain and William w
School Supenwew
Mayberry.
Surveyor C. C. 1
Treasurer S. 0.
Coroner Dr. T.
Precinct
Justice of the Pe
mil
Constable John M.l
Ho! for a Picnic
Enjoy an outing and a drive.
A 'flailing trip will glvo you
pleasure. Good rigs, flno horses.
Everything first-class. Prices
reasonable.
Williams Livery Stable
723 Cottonwood Streak
For sale at the East Oreoonlan office Largo bundles of
containing ovar 100 big papers, can be had for 2So a bundle.
i,8Wpaper
Republican l
Kr Presidential B
W. V. Hampf"
J. N. Hart
W. II. u
James A. Fee
For Supreme Judse:
justice F. A
For Food and Dairy!
t w. iiauw
For Prosecuting A"011
O. W.
For Joint Bepresetf
j. N. WUiw"
John J, Bar"
Henry Ad
For County JniVi
Henry J. EM1
For County Clerk:
prank 81W
For Sheriff! ..
0. A. Ban1
n,r Treasurer:
E. J. S00"0
For Assessor:
w. T. RIM
For Coroner:
Dr. A. W.
v Tnstlce Of P"
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Thomas 'u
For Constat,
F.
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