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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 104.
ill 1FJT BELT
reflected from perfect teeth cuti
easily bo destroyed by Improp
er dentifrices. There are many
preparations that wilt whiten
teeth, but fow that prcservo the
enamel wlillo they whiten.
saves teeth while It beautifies
them, it arrests decay, hardens
the gums, removes fllscolora
Hons, sweetens the breath
and stops there.
Price 25 cents.
F. W. SCHMIDT
DAMAGES TO CROPS
1 ALWAYS OVERDRAWN.
Phono Main 851.
! Wallula Honey Raiser Tells of His
Easy Living Pioneer J. B. Swltzler
Owns Largest Band of Horses In
the Northwest Has Furnished
Mounts in South Africa the Phil
ippine and Other Foreign Countries.
Hunts Junction, Ore., July 21.
There are always plenty of people to
predict crop failures. If a heavy frost
occurs they can bo heaid cranking
on the street corners that the crop
will be -a total failure. It a wind
storm hits us a swipe In passing they
will ho heard In doleful accents pro
claiming the news and assuring all
who will listen to their plaintive talo
of woo that the grain lies Hat on tho
ground and can nover bo harvested.
If a heavy rain occurs thoy aro tho
first to announce a probable shortage
on account of tho grain being shatter
ed or washed out.
Well, we had our heavy frost, wo
had our windstorm, and wo had our
'i no .Northern i'acitic .as declared lle , ral d f 1M,carances
Its regular quarterly dividend, which w, , record-breaking crop,
amounts to 1 per cent this quarter.
win dc uumpcr urups.
1 spent the past few days In tho
vicinity or Myrick, Helix, Vansyclo,
Hunts, Junction, Eurekn Flat and
Walla Walla. I havo talked to many
of the heaviest wheat raisers In
Northern Umatilla county, and almost
without exception they say that this
years crop will bo heavier than usual.
"I will average 30 bushels or more
to tho acre, ami somo of my neighbors
Will crowd 10 bushels nrettv rlnnnlv "
mi-nun ui juuku i-.miur, ami kivim Smh a Helix wiieat raiser to me.
his reasons for indorsing this cholco. "While I have somo wheat that Is
Canada will build three ammunition down and that the combine may miss,
factories, one at Ottawa, one near It will not be lost for I will turn It Into
Wlnnepeg and possibly one at Van- pork. I will put the hogs In tho field
couver. The one at Ottawa will havo to forago a living as soon as my crop
an annual capacity of 40,0011,000 Is harvested."
rounds, Tho yield about Helix will bo more
Joseph Chamberlain says the de 'uniform than in tho Eureka Flat
cline In the British iron and steel country. Between Hunts Junction and
trade is due solely to tho operation Eureka there are many fields' that are
of England's free trade laws. He cites being cut for hay and here and thero
the prosperity of American trusts "' win see a new or spring grain
Cattlemen of Montana met In Butto
Friday, for the purpose of securing
moro uniform observance of laws reg
ulating stock diseases.
If the Massachusetts woolen mills
reduce wages as announced, about
12 per cent, on .Monday, July 25,
about 31,000 operatives will walk out.
Grover Cleveland will have an arti
cle In Collier's Weekly for July 23,
complimenting democrats on the se
George T. Williams, Portland.
U Allohoff, Portland.
Mrs. Jonnlo Blackburn, Walla Walla
F. W. Vincent, city.
F. S. Badger and wife. Walla Wnlln
J. S. Bancroft, Walla Walla.
Samuol Swarrow, Walla Wnlln.
Mrs. Miller, Athuna.
O. L, Burko, Portland.
Jnmes C. Murray, San Francisco,
S. W. Dillon, Clcago.
J. A. Cooke, San Francisco.
Oeorgo Dovo, Portland.
It. Stattln, Portland.
Lena D. Long, Wulln Walla.
U. II. Clarke, city.
S. J. Hayes, Starbuck.
G. J. McEroy, Starbuck.
O. Adls, .Spokane.
Oeorgo U. Aliwse, Spokane.
C. E. Nelson, Weston.
H. N. Stanfleld, Echo.
L. U Matlock, Portland.
Georgo N. West, Portland.
It. C. Mays, l.ustlne.
The St, George
I. Van Paine, Milwaukee,
J. D. Holleran, Burlington.
F. B. Holbrook, Irrlgon.
W. O. McAroy, Omaha.
J. P. Marshall, Portland.
William Connally, La Grande.
Charles Kenner, Now York.
J. D. Geese, Chicago.
Mrs. J. Blackburn, Portland.
Joo Harris, San Francisco.
O. Hart, Chicago.
W. G. Flet, Chicago,
li. Hoynohls, Now York.
U H. Miller, Pocatello.
J. J. Burns, Portland.
Georgo Huker, Portland.
Georgo McGllv.ery, Spokano.
Mat H. Mosgrove, Milton.
F. S. LeG row, Athonn.
F. K. Hanko, Portland.
Tho absence of a disagreeable
i n- "nftertoste." Drov
ing scrupulous cleanliness during
tno urewing prui-w
The creat majority of becre possess u mouldy
or musty flavor, which leaves a most disagree
able twang In the mouth of he drinker.
This is due solely to lack of cleanliness, moiiy
brewers being indifferent to this virtue. In
brewing the famous t,
A. B. C. Beers
(The only beer bottled exclusively at the, Brewery)
the most scrupulous cleanliness is exercised over all
vessels, pipes or any ob ect with which the beer
. ' 1 .. ...annlltlnd tltflt Will rntl
comes tu contact, aim every
duce to sanitary purity is employed.
Tho American Brewing Co., St. Louis, U. S. A.
CEO. DAR.VEAU, Wholesale Dealer.
Z fnrlnku ' "Ud.,
I Eoods are .err'ej
. iu 8eet, ceat(t
Receivers were asked for Thursday,
for the Jerusalem Exhibition Compa
ny and tho Oriental Construction
Company, St. Iyiuls World's Fair con
cerns. They owe St. Louis merchants
several thousand dollars and nro the
first of the world's fair concerns to
W. J. Cranford, of Spokane, woo.ed
that will be pastured
On the otner hand there aro scores
of fields that will run from 25 to 30
bushels to the aqre. Tho combined
harvester Is less In ovldenee in tho
Eureka Flat country than in Umatilla
county. Much of the wheat Is headed
and fed directly from the header wag
on to the threshing machine.
In other fields the self-binder Is at
work-, followed by two men who are
Miss Sarah Mullen of Worcester, shocking the bundles preparatory to
..owi mm .ui. imui,.- naming It to the threshing machine,
al paper and met her at Fargo, N. p., Here ttll(1 thero yolI n,ay seo from 2i
Thursday each traveling half the dls- to s horses 8trllng out , front of a
tanco o be wed. Each was satisfied combined harvester, while the driver
with tho bargain and tho ceremony slloots a 8Wan sllol from all ar gun
took place. at tll0 lorses that ar0 lagging.
The Hotel Bickers.
Dr. E. O. Parker, 1-not ltock.
Airs. E. O. Parker, Pilot ltock.
T. Melville, La (irando.
L. Bundel, La arande.
H. H. Graves, Weston,
Baker Chapman, Teel Springs.
J. A. Nelson, Athena.
Miss Stella Lalande, Weston.
E. H. Burke, Portland.
S. S, Gill, Spokane.
W. H. Swltzler, Umatilla.
C. S. Uoodonek, Irrlgon.
B. V. Pompella, Irrlgon.
J. W. Hoynohls, Chehalls.
Joe Sonders, Arlington.
H. A. Crltchfleld, Ponnell.
Joe Cannon, Athena.
E. T. Walsh, Umatilla.
A. La Hoy. Portland.
W. P. Andrews, Portland.
G. H. Grlgsloy, San Francisco.
Surprised at Western Ways.
' An Easterner who saw four horses
Twenty-three carloads of hogs, ag-1 diking back of the header and push-
gregntlng 2300 head, were shipped ; " , " " Kreut "ur" a""
IIUUl UUI llblll, I. I. .J ... , . w
at that; that man bus got his
cart before his horse. Back whero I
Innmo fi-nm ,l,n linti.iu ,nll .in, mftiv.iru
In swimming Rogue river, 20 miles am, ,.Inll(,rs. 0llt llc'ro thoy nre ,,,,.
below. Grant s Pass, Thursday, to KetijK ti,em."
a deer he had just shot on the oppo-, '
slto sldo of tho rlvor. Cannor Johnson' Oregon Beats the World.
was drowned. Tlle finest single field of grain I
The- body of Mrs. Eva Ellis, who
! saw was on the hill land between
.escaped from a Portland sanitarium Weston and Athena though there are
two months ago, was found in the """V f.1'1 alm-at 08 ,80a ln
Willamette Thursday, whero she had . tho vlclnlty both of tl,es0 lncea
drowned herself. I Honey at Wallula.
J. H. Dodge, a government expert At Wullula I met J. It. Lindloy.
from Cleveland, O., has been sent to "Last year I raised 3500 pounds of
Eugene to superintend the construe- honoy, the year before I had over 5,
tton of a few miles of model country ; 000 pounds," he said. "I keep my
road fo;- the government. hees In one acre and a nair of ground
Unknown parties exploded n large aml "" ,work11 , "10 willows, red
quantity of dynamlto under the Prig-' clov-'r. n,M', wild flowers for miles
more hotel at Pe Ell, Wash., Thurs-, a,roun They only keep me busy
day, wrecking the building and fur otot two months a year,
nlture. hut doing no further Injury. !, "Through May and June I am quite
I busy extracting honey, and caring for
The reclamation department of tho the now swarms. In tho fall I strike
United States government has Just out and sell my honey to the farmers,
completed tho Irrigation of 30,000 in wlutor I hunt and In spring I fish,
acres of land near Reno, Nov., and I take It pretty easy and my bees
will open It to settlement In about make my living for me.'
two weeks. I pioneer J. B. SwiUler.
John Cooper, a saloonman of Salem, ' At Wullula I also met J. B. Swltz
wa cbnvlcted of violation of the 8un-i ler, who for tho last 25 years has
day closing law, Thursday, and fined , been raising horses. Air. Swltzler
$100 and costs. This Is the second is the owner or Swltzler's Island In
of a series of cases to bo heard, 11 1 tho Columbia river on which sugar
saloonmcn having been sorved with beets ar.o being very successfully
warrants. j raised.
In the rock quarry near Fisher's . Mr- Swltzler, in speaking of the
t .!, Vii..i.i t. ,Mnh horse business, said: "I have several
. t tltMiiann.t .1 ntilnn fm 1(1(1 n,nn . . nn.
down Hio Columbia. Wo gather them
up twlco a year for the spring and
stone for the Columbia Jetty Is being
secured, 500 kegs of powder wero
used In ono blast, Thursday, in which
50,000. tons of rock was thrown,
two men being overcome by powder
If you want to buy wheat land, a
atock ranch, town property, vacant
lots or anything in tho real estate
line, Just drop in and see us.
E. T. WADE & SON.
Office in E. O. Building, Pendloton,
Or. 'Phono Black 1111.
fall round-up. Two years ago I sold
a band of 4000 ln tho Great Bend
country for $16,000. an average of $4
per hoad. I will probably sell this
band ou the Columbia If I can.
"I have made lots of money out of
horses. During tho Boer-English war
I sold about 1500 to tho English gov
ernment at from $50 to $60 a head. It
cost me from $0 to $7 apiece to break
them to ride as thoy had to bo ridden
before bolng turned over to tho re
"I have been selling them for years
to tho United States government. In
fact, you will find my band scattered
all over the United States, In tho
Philippines and In South Africa."
Just now tho water industry 1b at
Its height In the upper Eureka Flat.
Tho train leaves Hunts Junction sev
eral times a week with water for tho
ranchers. No water Is found on tho
flat and cisterns ar.o made and nil wu
ter Is hauled in.
In splto of this drawback ono farm
thero has averaged for soven yonrs
30 bushels of whoat to tho aero. Som.o
day artesian wells will settlo the wa
ter question. Fred I.ockloy.
Annual meeting Grand Lodge Be
novolont and Protective Order of
Elks, Cincinnati, Ohio, July 23d-28th,
Imperial Council Ancient Arabic
Order Alystlc Shrine. Atlantic City,
N. J., July 13th-15th, 1901.
National Encampment Grand Army
of the Itepnbllc, Boston, Mass., Aug
ust 15th-20th, 1901.
Knights of Pythias National en
campment, Louisville, Ky Attgnst
For tho ahovo occasions the O. It.
& N. makes a rate of $71.50 to De
troit and return. Tickets on sale-
July 2d. Limit 90 days from date of
To Cincinnati, Ohio, and return,
$69.25. Salo dato of tickets July 10th,
11th. 13th and 14th. Final limit 90
days from date of sale.
To Atlantic City, N. J., and return,
$83.25. Tickets on sale July 7th, 8th,
Final limit 90 days from dato of sale.
Boston, Mass., and return, $84.55.
Tlckots on salo August 8th, 9th, 10th.
Final limit 90 days from date of salo.
Louisville, Ky and return, $68.25.
Tickets on sale August 8th, 9th, 10th.
Final limit 9j days from date of sale.
For particulars call on or address E.
C. Smith, agent O. It. & N., Pendle
Swallow and Carroll Notified.
Indianapolis, lnd., July 22. In Tom
Itnson hull this afternoon, before nu
uudl.euce that taxed tho capacity of
the floor and galleries, Silas C. Swal
low of Pennsylvania, and Georgo W.
Carroll of Texas, were formally noti
fied of their nomination as prohibition
candidates for tho presidency and
vice-preshloncy, respectively. Ollvor
W. Stewart, chairman of the national
committee, presided ovor the meeting
and A. G. Wolfonbnrger of Lincoln,
Neb., delivered tho notification nd
dress. Tho two nominees delivered
speeches of nccoptnnce in which they
dwelt upon the nlmos and hopes of tho
party and predicted the best showing
In the party's history nt tho polls
Got a "top' coat." Tho Boston.
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Hum t-iiiiMnnaorf nA
Notice to Water Consumers.
All persons having wnter meters on
their premises nr.e hereby notified to
put them In Immediato repair If thy
aro not now, aud to also clean out tho
meter boxes wher.ever thoy aro dirty
and fouled, so the meter can bo read,
If the owners or lessees do not havo
this done, the water superintendent
will take steps to have it done.
J. T. BROWN,
Billy Leather's express wagon ia
now at Howard's cigar store. 'Phone
main 2841. Residence, red 333,
The man who never makes mistakes
Is the man who nover undertakes anything.
Why umo gelatine nnd
pcuu now re sauting,
ml coloring when
produces better results in two minutes?
Everything in the package. Simply add hot
water aud set to cool. It's perfection. Amir,
prise to the housewife. No trouble, less ox
peuse. Try It to-day. In Pour Fruit Fb
vorsi Lemon, Orange, Strawberry, Hasp
berry. At grocers. 10a
Of the city, 3IEBERT &
Schultz, have removed to 222
Court street, opposite the Hotel
Bickers. When you want a
well made suit at reasonable
prices, call on thqm.
We are now cleaning up all spring and summer goods and prices
are made that will speedily move the goods. Come In and get your
share of the bargains.
Clothing at big reductions.
Shirt Waists cut 20 per cent.
Shoes of all kinds reduced 10 per cent.
Special prices all over the store.
I Broncho Breaking j
I Contest l
j TONIGHT, at 6.30 o'clock
AT BALL GROUNDS
Pendleton has nover had a finer .exhibition of rough riding and
broncho busting than will be seen tonight at 6.30 p. m. at tho Ball
Grounds. Four expert horse wranglers will rldo anything ln the ahapo
of horsoflesh that Is offered to them. If you havo an outlaw you want
ridden, bring It along. Thoy already have some unbroken horses
which they will ride, on bund.
Tho Itidors nre:
W. H. REEVES, of John Day;
Z. Y. HARRIS, of Long Creek;
JOHN SPAIN, of Wallowa-r
JOHN GEORGE, of Susaitvllle.
Admission is only 25c. You will get n big quarter's worth of fun.
out of the performance. 6:30 P. '31. at Ball Grounds.
wi; urv I Will)
i nave good sound Rood
which is delivered at
W. C. MINNIS
i(uavu uiucia .a rieumaa
K. J. TAYLOR,
Lessee and Manager
RETUBN ENGAGEMENT OF
AND HER COMPANY, IN
Weok commencing Monday, July 25. Popular prices 25c, 3Go
and COc. Cbnngo of play Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
Seats on sale Monday nt Brock & McComas',
n u m m m m k . t
& 't rant Mai in ine l
J Private Dining Parlcrs.
cicyani rui --
. in r-fcn-, lien n..H
iiti i.urun iniPL.1 1 r
C33 Main Street.
Pvr set, su,u
$4.00; silver filling, M
Willi 11 1 1 uiuuvm -
nntiiinima nnu uui"
unris rn nn oe iwo uie-"-
iimi-ii nni our untco -
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conaistent wun urai-v.
'Phone Main 1661-
t if AO If
Boiler setting mm '
done In first-clas.
Wo have jet
lino fmm Elgin to J".J.M
points. vo ;y:. drjTert
imrflflR ana .vwrnift
than hy any other tfrlT(S,
Bin dally nHer the trw
leaving Joseph nt 5.W uM
Joseph nnd Los tine. '
.nmr.ierciai "v . . . tt In
utim - ntftKA n '
. , ITrhon VDU u- , .1.. 1
n, Wallowa canyon,