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DAILY feAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1904.
EIGHT
COMFORTABLE
, SUMMER. SHOES
Tho wajm weather requires lighter and lower footwear,
fit you out for tho hot season with a pair of those now, stylish tan
Oxfords, Patent Corona Colt, or Vlcl Kid low shoes.
They aro correct In shtipo and fit as woll asprloo.
! PRICES ADVANCED
CUNNINGHAM MADE AN
ACCURATE PROPHECY.
oxpensos nro very -high In tho oxpo
Bltlon grounds but that peoplo can
find good quarters nt very moderato
rates near by, If they will toko tlmo
and trouble to select tholr stopping
place.
DANK WILL OPEN JUNE 20.
Mark Moorhouse Will Be Mr. Thomp
son's Assistant.
DINDINGER, WILSON & CO.
GOOD SHOES CHEAP.
Tjrtt lis fiivintMn ThniiaanH Pounds of Wool
Brought Fifteen and Three-eighths Tho lettering Is being put on uio
. . .u ju. front windows of tho now banlf, an-
Cents Bottom of the Market Was nmmcIng that the plflco j8 tho head.
Ten. and One-half Cents One nuarters of tho Commercial National
Hundred and Sixty 8even Thous- Bank. Tho fixtures arc now on tho
roaa ami win bo nero in a iow aaya,
when they will bo put In place as fast
as possible ,
It Is oxpectod to open tho Institu
tion for business Juno 20, and for a
tlmo tho placo will bo run by two
men. W. h. Thompson will bo as-
Removal Sal
Prices
and Pounds Sold.
SLOW CUTTLE SALES
PRICE HA8 VARIED BUT
LITTLE FOR SOME TIME.
Tho prediction of Charles Cunning-
loh..-. Mil, -mi Tinum muuo somo umo ugu uui i"u
'Phone Main 1131. prices paid for wool at tho sales day
todav wmilrl hn hlchnr than thoso Of
thn flint Hnv. mil thnt thn hlchost slsted by Mark Moorhouse. and If It
prlco.to bo paid would bo a half cent Is found that any additional help Is
higher than tho highest of tho last necessary ono of tho directors from
tlo short this month.
Theso conditions and
having a tendency to make the mar- today when O. Frankenstein bought
net uuu rrom tno Duyers' standpoint, tiI0 16,938 pounds offered by Isaac
but this will soon pass and tho nor- Kuotts for tho Boston firm of Hccht,
others, nro sales day, was verified to tho letter Lowlston will bo sent to assist until
mo misincss is put into smooin run
ning shnpo. ;
i
But Few Stock Now on the Ranges
Are In Marketable Condition, But
i Many Will Be on the Market by
July 1 Meat Trade Is Very Slow
in Cities During the Berry Season
Sales Will Liven Up"soon.
. J. .C. Lonergan, tho cattle man, Is
In town having Just returned from a
trip1 to Echo, where he superintended
tho shipment of 'a. lot of cattlo bought
for his house. '
Tho prlco of cattlo, according to
Mr. Lonergan, is about tho samo as It
has been for some time, or at $3.75
a hundred for steers. Howover, but
a row sales aro being mado at this
ngure, for several reasons,
mal tono bo resumed. But tho lack
of demand is not out of placo, for a
great many of tho cattlo are not real
ly -fit for market at this tlmo, and will
not bo for somo tlmo, so that the lull
Is working to tho advantago of both
tho growers and tho buyers.
ANNUAL ROUND-UP.
I.lcbman & Co., at 15 cents a
pound.
Tho prlcos paid during tho day
hovered around tho 14 cent mark, and
tho lowest paid was 10 cents, to
A. It. Sundorman for 1-1,319 pounds.
All tho rest brought nbovo 14 cents.
Tho total sales of tho day amount
ed to 541 sacks, or 1C7.387 pounds,
all of which will bo shipped from
hero to tho buyers In tho East as soon
as cars can bo provided for Its trans
portation. A part of It will bo scour
ed before shipping, but tho most will
CLOS
BOXES
which cleaned up tho
warehouses hero, wero
Work of Identifying and Disposing of
Horses on the Reservation
The Indians aro now engaged In
limit ntinnnl rm.n.l-i.n rn tVn .stl.
fork .of McKay creek, and for tho next bcLb!l,G(1 fnd "'i'"?0'1 th5 BreaSn
. ... ... - ..I Tlw, o;il,.a ivliln h nlA!tmri nt. Ill
tew uays tilings will bo doing on tho
reservation,
It Is tho custom of tho Indians to
round up nil tho horses found on tho
reservation in tho spring, when all
the young stock belonging to tho In
dlans aro cut out from tho strays and
branded. There aro a largo number
of horses on tho reservation this year
anu tno Indians win bo busy for sov
For ono
thing the cattlo aro out on grass, and oraI uays 1,1 herding them all into tho
'are not yet in ns good condition
The sales
wool In tho
as follows:
Smith & Campbell, 4G sacks, 12.-
28C pounds; bought by Livingston nt
14 cents.
Oulllford Bros., 174 sacks, 53,357
pounds; bought by Kuhn nt 14
cents.
ueorgo If. McDonald, 37 sacks, 10,-
E THE
MARSHAL CARNEY SERVES
NOTICE ON THE SALOONS.
Some Saloonkeepers State They Will
Remove the Boxes Altogether
They Are Frequented by Girls and
Women at All Hours and Have Led
to Much Complaint.
$6.25 for sack sugar; 15 lbs. for $ii0o
Johnson Bros', seml-porcelain pie plates, each
6 Good glass sauce dishes '"
1 Good size glass frultbowl
Deltz tubular lantern, now
A few extra heavy, roll rim breakfast plates, each
10-quart tin water pall at
Pharaoh's horses and other pictures, size 19Jx19 ""
A lot of white and deoorated china at less than ea tv 1
many articles to enumerate. Ask in ... i creM
- vw mem.
Good seml-porcelain butter dish, regular price 60c, now
Heavy handled cups and saucers, set
Heavy seml-porcelain oreakfast plates, set
Two porcelain nest eggs for
Big lot of fruit jars, Jelly glasses, etc.
HOUSE
it
'I
as
they should bo for market, havlnc
been turned out poor in tho spring.
The grass though, Is better nil over
tbe country this year than it has been
for Boveral years, and tho stock aro
thriving. By tho last of July all tho
Ily order of tho pollco commltto
of tho council, Marshal Carnoy this
afternoon served notlco on all tho sa
loon men that In tho futuro tho vio
lation of tho ordinance forbidding tho
nrosenco of women In tho boxes of
315 pounds; bought by Livingston at tho saloons would bo vigorously pros-
n- cents. iccutod. Tho marshal ordered that
A. II. Sunderman, 36 sacks;.il4.319 all women ho excluded from the hack
pounds; bought, by Kuhn nt 10 rooms of tho saloons and that no
' hrandlnc nana
......
Tho Indians would llko to have all
the whlto men living near tho reser
vatlon who hnve, or think thoy hnvo
stock on tho reservation, came to tho
round-up, cut out and brand their
colts. All young horses not claimed
'. Jilftlft will In (lMl.ntnnn 1 1 1 I Will hn linlrl nml flilunpllon.1 nn.l If
' Vua then tho market will begin to t claimed, will bo kept by tho In- n""n ,Is' bousllt "rlgbam at 14
'Hopon, though It Is not very probablo : dlans- I
cents.
U. G. Horn. 39 sacks. 10.415
pounds; bought by Ilrlgham nt 14
cents.
N. C. Nelson. - 4G sacks. 15.860
hi.
J7v 9
i 4
if
that tho prices will Jump much abovo
wnat, tnoy now are.
Strange as It may seem tho berrv
season Is having a tendency to lesson
fho demand for meat In tho cIIIps.
rSlnco strawberries and other berries
ana milts and vegetables havo como
into mo marKet in Seattle, tho meat
oales havo fallen off to such an oxtent
that the wholesalers aro noticing it In
their business. Many of tho lumber
camps and shingle mills aro also idlo
for a timo whlltj tho surplus stock is
being used up, which Is another
sourco oi loss to tho meat men, who
are finding their sales about 400' cat-
CHILDREN'S DAY.
Exercises Will Be Held at the Meth
odlst Church Next Sunday Morn
Ing and Evening.
Children's Day will bo observed at
uio ivi. u. cnurch next Sunday morn'
Ing and evening. At tho morning ser
vices Itov. Hubert Warner will ad
dress tho children, and will also ban.
Use nil those desiring baptism and
In tho evening a regular Children's
Day program will bo rendered. All
aro cordially Invited to attend theso
exercises.
Isaac Knotts. CI sacks. 16.998
pounds; bought by Frankenstein at
15 cents.
Chas. Ely. 55 sacks. 17.712 nounds:
bought by Livingston at 14 ft cents.
ueorgo Hacler. 32 sacks. 12.189
pounds; bought by Brlgham at 14 VI
cents.
D. W,
pounds; bought
14 cents.
drinks ho sold to them under any cir
cumstances.
Tho action of tho committee has
been madu necessary by tho fact that
of Iato many young girls and women
havo gotten into tho hnhlt of fre
quenting tho boxes In company with
young men, whero thoy spent tho
greater part of tho nights in carous
ing. Peoplo Hying in tho vicinity of
the saloons havo entered complaints
so tho committee, which Investigat
ed tho matter, finding It as bad as
reported.
Tho saloon men will nhsnrvn tlm
Chapman, 55 sacks, 17,047 order, somo of them going so far as
by Livingston at , to say that thoy will remove the
boxes from their places altogether.
CONDUCTOR PATTON ROBBED.
Robber Stole Trousers and Vanished
In Darkness.
M. II. Patton, .a nonular and u-nll
known conductor on tho O. 11. & N.
lino between Pendleton and Spokane,
PLANTING TROUT.
Local
Foot Powder
For 8ore, Blistered, Aching and
Sweating Feet. We Guarantee This
to Cure Either of These Complaints
or Money Refunded.
Tallman &, Co.
LEADING DRUGGISTS.
Sportsmen Assisting Govern
ment Employes.
II. J. Stlllman, William Hoch and
Frank Howo returned this afternoon
New Bank Bulldlna. Uno between Pendleton and Snoknnn. from McKay creek, whero thoy went
C. E. Trontmnn hn tnat fnmnii,i tho victim of a harsh ioko Tups, yesterday morning to "nlant" 10.000
tho plans for a now bank to bo hunt Uay morning, says the Walla Walla' Httlo trout which had been shipped
at John Day. The bank building will Unlon- to tno Sportsmen's Association from
be nut tin at n post, nf a Kio n, mn, Ho resides In Sookano and whnn hn 1 tho Clacknmas hatchery for restock.
and will bo ono of tho neatest llttlo awoK0 on of his first acts was to . mS '"0 streams of this county,
buildings In tho interior when com- ,00K ror 1,18 trousers, but his eyes en
pletetl. Clarence Johnson, of John counteral only a vacant space, whero
Day, Is tho manager of tho bank tho trousers had been tho night bo-
Wonderful
Special Sale Underwear
Men's tan rib, 40c regular price, Wonder price gj
Men's Egyptian balbrlggan, colors pink, blue and black, 75e
regular price; wonaer price , jfc
Men's real maco, 75c regular price; Wonder price Me
Hen Skin Shirts, 60c regular price; Wonder price 8Se
Several lines of fancy mercerized lisle, worth $2.60 to $30per
suit. Wonder price, per garment i
At Half Price
which will ho called the Grant Coun' foro'
ty Bank,
uisiiop satterlee, Episcopal, Is
uown with a severe attack of typhoid
iuvur, at wasnington, D. C.
Drink
DESCENT
REAM,
kOFFEE
Bt ts Fine
IN 1 and 2 LB.
SEALED TINS ONLY
jj Cut Prices in Tobaccos
search of tho room failed in rn.
veal them, and ho began an investi
gation to discover whero tho pants
had gono with tho contents of tho
pocket, about 30.
Tho lost trousers wero found at
last -in n barn, whoro thoy had been
thrown through a window by tho light
footed burglar who had succeeded In
abstracting them from Patton's room
without awnkening either Mr. Patton
or his son, who occupied tho room
with him.
Tho thief had apparently calnp.i
an entranco to tho houso by ttirnlnr
tho kpy of tho roar door with a pair
of nippers, tho koy showing dents
whero they had been used.
FOUR-YEAR TERMS.
Tenure of Some Offices Increased by
uast uegislautre.
When C. P. Strai
robes of his offlco for thn
1.., !. n . . . '
As It Is qulto a Job to cet tho fish
from tho cans Into tho fresh water
of tho creeks without chilling them
by tho sudden change, It Is custom
ary for a few sportsmen of each lo
cality to assist tho government em
ployes accompanying tho shipments
In tho planting process.
30 Youth's suits half price.
20 2-plece suits half price.
48 pair men's pants half price.
63 children's suits half price.
Fancy Half. Hose
NEW WATER COMPANY.
Incorporators Are Stanfleld, Saylor
and Thompson.
Articles of- Incorporation wero filed
today in which It. B. Stanfleld, S. B.
Saylor nnd Asa B. Thompson crentod
tho Butter Creek Water & Construe
tlon Company with a capital stock of
$1000, divided Into 100 shares of $10
each.
Tho principal ofllco or tho compa
ny will bo located at Kcho nnd Its ob
ject will bo tho taking of wntor for
Irrigation purposes from Fivo Mile
creek nnd Its tributaries. Tho com
pany will also construct tclophono
lines nnd manufactiiro electric power.
Fair Grounds at Baker Cltv.
i
20c silk, embroidered on black M'M
50c Special value, Wonder price
Wonder Prices on Men's GBofhing
12 8ults worth $8.50 to $10.00, Wonder price 1
14 Suits worth $0.00 to $12.50, Wonder price W
24 Suits worth $12.50 to $16.50, Wonder price
23 'Suits worth $12.50 to $18.00, Wonder price
12 Suits worth $18.00 to $25.00, Wonder - Ice
Boston Store
roues or nis offlco for tho now term ti .. 31 ,er wy' io
on tho first or next January ho wn , Tll commlttu,0 chargo of tho Da-
go In for a four-year term m tZn CoU?t Falr nml Spoed Assocla
was lengthened, from two to flXX" yoster,,ay ,00' ,ho nd on tho .
years nt the last sessloi f tl o i-oul?,0 acro.? ,n 1,10 Iain's addition In J
BAER. & DALEY
IN
ORDER TO CLOSE OUT SEVER. L BRANDS OF TO
BACCOS WE WILL CUT THE PRICE BELOW WHAT THEY
CAN BE BOUGHT FOR IN PORTLAND AT WHOLESALE.
THE8E LINES MUST GO AT THE EARLIEST POSSIBLE
TIME.
HERE ARE THE PRICES:
7C lbs. Hand Mado, 2VS oz. foil, cut prlco 40c; rogular retail
Prlco 65c
24 lbs. Hand Mado, 1G oz. caus, cut prlco 40c; regular prlco 60c
20 lbs. Gold PIpo, 2V& oz. pouch, cut prlco 40c; rogular prlco ,60c
40 lbs. Itaco Horso, loz. bags, Cut prlco 10c; rogular prlco ....SOc
40 lbs. Newport, 1 oz. bags, cut prlco 55c; regular retail price 80o
10 lbs. Joker, 1 2-3 oz. bags, cut prlco 35c; regular retail prlco 60c
64 lbs. Old Crop, 16 oz. bags, cut prlco 25c; regular retail prlco 36c
IB lbs. California Nuggot, 1 2-3 oz. tins, cut prlco 60c; rogular
retail prlco , , 95C
Horace Walker mill Prant lr
Welles, the county eommlslsonor nn,i
comity superintendent of schools-elect
tv I' ulso hold offlco for four years
while all tho other offlcors who were
cliown at this election will servo for
two years each.
With tho oxcoptlon of Assossor
Mr.iiu, whoso new u Till rvinininHA..
on January first noxt. thn ro.t n.r
X terms will begin on thn fw nf i..,..
wii.n thn ni.i m.ii:. - . : .
liioiA ... .i.- . r" lurn vor
. ..uimn m u,u imw incumbents,
RETURN FROM 8T. LOUIS.
J. J. Baumoardner and vuir. d.
- ...... usiurn
rrom a visit to Missouri and till
no is Points.
J. J. natimgardnor
returned from a sevon wnnv.. ..'i.iT
Illinois. Missouri n,l xtu - ' .
having attended the si Lou "fair
whllo absent, also. Ti.ni i,.i .' f
nnlnvnhtn f.u i.u,;V. "
UI1 0Jri uaumgard-
ner's rnlntlvnn In f.
1 ty. Illinois; and wlST-XSJnJSS:
nor's neonin in Nnhr-.i,. ,u'"aru-
f i.l ,ov.er. Ul?..qtral States
X i. Jii j oul w,u uo vory good.
T It rained on them t nimD
8t!nLouisy 3t"Pea "nd "'""X at
tho northern part of tho city and havo
already opened tho slock books nnd
win commonco today soliciting sales
of stock of tho association. Baker
City Democrat. I
Thoy report having
Louis oxposltlon and whiin ti,..
surprised at tho Incomninin i..iV..',T
of Oregon resourcos and Oregon his
tory at tho fair, thoy saw many now
and Interesting features of tho state
that thov hn,1 nm o i.' " Bltue
MMOH44HmHOMMMWml SIr" naumgardnor says that living
Neunvm's Cigar Store
R. W. HENNEMAN, 8UCCE880R TO G. NEUMAN.
Weather Man Has Moved. I
Pendleton will have to take the
weather as It comes In ftituro for
tho town Is now without a weather
man. P. O. Mitchell, who has been
at tho helm, has moved to Athena for
a timo, at least, and Is not nblo to
tnko tho weather machlno with him. i
Formerly of Pendleton.
J. J. Hughes, formerly an employo
of tho O. n. & N.. nt this placo, hut
miw wonting wun tno company nt
Portland, loft this morning for Milton
whoro ho will visit his parents for a
fow days, Ho has been tho guest of
iiivuus nero lor a snort time.
729 MAIN STREET
Bad Case of Sore Throat.
Jack McLaughlin, of tho freight of.
HCO Of tllQ O. It. & N.. Is ennnnn,l In
his homo with a severe attack or soro
throat. At first It was thought that
iHuuuugiwn nan uiptuhorla. but It la
now prosumou mat it Is tho quinsy.
Will Meet In San. Francisco.
St. Loills. Junn 10 Thn nnll
chiefs' convention todnv selected Snn
Francisco for a meeting placo In 1905.
Itlchard Sylvester of Washlnirtnn
was ro-olected president.
New Safe for Jeweler.
Louis Himztkor has Innlnllnil
safo In his Jowelry storo, tho old ono
having bOCOmo too small. Tim nnu,
safo weighs 1,800 pounds.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
UNDERPRICED
Golf Shirts, now patterns 50 andW
Oolf Shirts, ono pair cuffs to match, madras and e11610.18!!.
plain or pleated bosom, ...$1-00 ana
Working Shirts, light and dark colors 606 """
Men's seamless hose, black or brown, """
Men's four-in-hand nnd string ties, In good patterns and col-
orlngs 25 and
Men's Balbrlggan Shirts nnd Drawors ,v
Canvas Cloves 3 pair 'r
Canvas Shoos Bd
8traw Hats 25c to $2-00 "
t Wo Sell Strictly at. One Price
It is hard to teach an old dog;
For once he told the truth
Give the pup a trial,
For the old do. Is out of style.
Pendleton Steam LatmJy
The new Laundry on Cottonwood Street-
hi