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DAILY EAST OHEGONIAN, PENDLETON DftfeQON, MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1904.
You May Match Out Prices, BtitYoti
Can't Match Our Shoes at Our
Prices
ladles' Oxfords, $1.25 to $4.00 values, now soiling nt $1.00 to
$3.40. .
Men's Oxfords, $2.75 to .$5.00 value, now soiling at $2.40 to $3.85,
Misses, Children's, Boys ami Youths' Oxfords nt slaughtered
prices.
DINDINGER, WILSON & CO. f
t GOOD SHOES CHEAP. 'Phone Main 1131.
t
MALHEUR READY
FOR IRRIGATION.
(Continued from page 1.)
Hon will hold sufficient flood or
wnste waters to Irrigate this .entire
tract of 90,000 acres through three
drought years, without rainfall or
with an almost complete falluro of
the regular flow of the streams and
seems to be an Imp.erlshablo and
everlasting solution of tho problem of
Irrigation in that district.
Should the government dam break,
or tho project fall for any reason,
the land and water rights acnulr.ed by
tho association all revert back to the
original owners.
Engineers Anxious to Assist.
The government engineers aro
deeply Interested in nldlng overy
community, which desires to organ
ize such an association, and will
cheerfully visit and confer with tho
people at any time, in furthering such
a project, no matter whero it Is nor
what its magnitude.
All that is required of the people
Is co-operation In condemning or pur
chasing existing water rights, as tho
government does not recognize any
private rights, nor deal with any pri
vate irrigation enterprises.
LIVERMORE REUNION.
Pendleton's Esteemed Pioneer Visits
His Old Home In Polk County.
The Salem Statesman of Saturday,
speaking of tho visit of Postmaster
lot Livermore of this city to his old
haunts In the Willamette valley, says:
"Lot Livermore of Pendleton, has
been In tho city recently, and was
a caller at this offlc.e yesterday. Mr.
Livermore came to Oregon In 1851,
and lived near Eola In Polk county,
until 1864.
"After being in the employ of Hnr
iter Bros., In Portland, for a year, h.o
went to Umatilla Landing in I860 anil
thence to P.endleton in 1869, whero
lie has made his home ever since.
2Io was postmaster at Pendleton far
33 years, at one time; was county
AVOID
CHAPS
If we knew anything better
.ban
F. & S. TOILET CREAM,
for healing chaps, cracks and
roughness, and keeping the skin
smooth, soft and fair, wo would
have It. Those o try It say
our Toilet Cream is the best
proposition they over used and
wo beliovo th.ey are right.
Keep F. & S. Toilet Cream
on hand and uso it, and your
face and hands will be freo
from summer skin discomfort.
Daintily perfumed, pleasant to
uso, heals quickly, and costs
little.
25c Per Bottle.
; Tallman Co.
LEADING DRUCCISTS
treasurer of Umatilla county for one
term, and Is postmaster now. Ho nas
been a member of state and county
committee nearly all tho years of ins
restd,enco there.
"Mr, Livermore is George Pcarco's
uncle, ami bus two sisters who havu
lived all incso years in Polk county
and whom he had not seen for 19
years until this visit. A family reunion
was hold at the old homo near Eola
on Sunday, where Mr. Livermoro said
lie had one of tho most enjoyable oc
casions of his life."
BUSY DAY IN COURT.
John Halley's Term as Temporary
Recorder Starts Off Briskly.
Fighters, drunks and opium snioit
ers, 15 in number, were arrayed In
tho prisoners' dock at police court
this morning and .lustlco Halloy was
kept busy for over an hour trying
tho cases.
Henry Fuller. Henry Harrietts and
Pete Ingle pleaded guilty to drunken
ness and were fined $5 each. Chnrles
Vesor, Bert Woodruff, H. Kllburg and
G. Peterson pleaded guilty to drunk
enness and resisting an officer and
were fined $5.
.1. Wall I and R. J. Leonard, for en
gaging in a fight, were fined $5 each.
John Doo and Richard Hoo for a sim
ilar offense, forfeited bonds of $5
each.
TEACHERS' TRY-OUT
COUNTY EXAMINATIONS
BEGIN WEDNESDAY.
Teachers of the County Will Meet In
Regular Tests for State, County
and Primary Certificates Sched
ules of the Examinations Questions
Will Be Opened In the Presence of
Teachers,
The county teachers' examination
will begin at the court house Wednes
day morning, August 10 nt 9 o'clock,
and will concludo at 4 o'clock Satur
day afternoon.
County School Superintendent
Frank K. Welles today received tho
scaled list of questions and the sched
ulo of studios to lio taken up. Fol
lowing is tho program for tho week!
State papers Wednesday Pep
manshlp, history, spelling, algebra,
reading, school law. Thursday Writ
ten arithmetic, theory of teaching,
grammar, bookkeeping, physics, civil
government. Friday Physiology,
geography, mental arithmetic, com
position, physical geography. Satur
day Botany, plane geometry, gener
al history, psychology.
County papers Wednesday Pen
mnnship, history, orthography, read
ing. Thursday Written arithmetic,
theory of teaching, grammar, physi
ology. Friday Geography, nictntal
arithmetic, school law, civil govern
ment. Primary cortwicatcs Wednesday
Penmnnship, orthography, reading,
arithmetic. Thursday Art of ques
tioning, theory of teaching, methods,
physiology.
Tho question lists aro sent sealed
to the examiner and nro not opened
until tho date of the examination,
and then only in the presence of those
who are to take the examination.
which haB boon .experienced In tho
Inland Emplro for tho past fow days.
Ho Is well pleased with tho St.
i iuiio in it- ii ml nnvR tlm onlv objec
tion to it being that thoro is too much
of It, requiring too long a iimo to seo
It all.
Tho Orogon building is quite a
curiosity and Orogon Is amply advertised.
AVERAGE 104 DEGREES.
First Six Days of August Ranged Ex
ceedingly High, 1
Average temperature for tho first
six days of August in Pendleton, 104.
That Is tho record kept by Local
Observer H. F. Johnson. In addition
to tlieso bIx hot days, may bo added
one excruciatingly tropical night, as
will ho recalled by many without tho
aid of n weather report. The report
for the past week is as follows:
Max. Mln.
July 31 93 50
Aug. 1 101 50.
Aug. 2 99 59
Aug. 3 100 50
Aug. 4 (....106 50
Aug. 5 109 53
Aug. 0 107 SO
Will Take a Long Trip.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Dlbblco, of
Walla Wnlla, who liavo been visiting
Mrs. Dlbbleo's parents, D. Kemlcr
and wife returned homo this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Dobbleo will start East
Inursday for nn extended trip which
vlli Include tho World's Fair, rela
tives In Ohio, Washington, I). C
New Brunswick nnd other localities,
and expect to bo absent nt least two
months. A portion of the trip will
he made In a private car chartered
by railroad people only. Mr. Dlhblco
Is the O. R. & N. station agent at
Walla Walla.
THE COMING COUNTRY.
WHEAT MARKET FIRM.
About 130,000 Bushels Sold at 62 and
66 Cents Saturday.
Saturday was a red letter day in
tho sale of this season's wheat. Fully
130,000 bushels of club and bluestem
wheat was sold at 62 cents for club
and 00 cents for bluestem.
Since the rapid advance of a fow
dasy ago to 62 and 60 cents, the local
market has remained stationary. It
has been predicted by wheat dealers
that a declln.e would follow this rapid
advance, out so far there has been
no indication of a change. Ono rea
son for this is the firm condition of
tho Now York nnd Chicago markets.
JUDGE PARKER AND DAN SULLY.
Veteran Actor Is Personally Known to
the Nominee.
"Ono of the greatest admirers of
Judge Parker in Ulster county Is
Daniel Sully, who was at Esopus last
night. Mr. Sully played last season
the leading role In a drama entitled
'The Chl.ef Justice, his character be
ing the chief judgo of the court of ap
peals of the stato of New lork, and
tho genial actor stood behind Judgo
Parker with Very Rev. R. L. Burtsell
and Senator Llnson, whllo tho Judgo
was shaking hands with the people.
"John E, Kraft started to introduco
Mr. Sully, and had hardly begun do
ing so, when tho Judgo took him by
tho hand, saying, 'Hello, Dan, how
nro you?'
"As Sully shook hands with tho
democratic presidential nominee, ho
pointed to Father Burtsell and re
plied: 'I'm all right, Judgo, for you
can see I am In good company. Iet
mo congratulate you heartily.' "
Kingston Daily Express, July 15, 1904.
Black Bear, Idaho, was almost to
tally dostroyed by fire Saturday; loss
about $100,uuO.
4
A Bank
Account Drawing
Interest
W. E. Temple Thinks the Des Chutes
District Is All Right.
W. E. Temple, an Insurance agent,
is in town, having recently visited all
tho principal points in the Des Chutes
country.
He is nn enthusiast about the pros
pects of the Dos chutes country and
has no doubt but that at Bond, or
Cllno's Falls, or in that vicinity, at
least, will grow up a town destined
to be the metropolis of Central Oro
gon as Spokane is of tho district of
which it is tiie industrial center.
Ho describes that country as having
an average elovation of about 3fi00
foot, a large portion of It covered
with a rank growth of sage brush,
juniper and other aboriginal growths,
and only needing the diversion of tho
wnt.er now in tho streams, anil other
systematic management, to develop
into ns fine a country as can bo
found in tills latitude anywhere on
tho American continent.
A fow miles from Bend, and a dis
tinct rival to it is Cllno's Falls, at
which point Is natural wat.er power
rivaling in volume tho water power
at Spokane, though the fall Is not so
precipitous ns at that point. How
over, the Des Chutes river carries a
vastly larger volume of water past
that point than go.es by Spokane.
Cllno's Falls Is 28 miles southwest
of Prlnevllle.
Return of Jacob Betz.
Jacob Botz, tho Wulla Walla brow
er. was In town tills morning on
route from tho Enst to ills homo. Ho
I has boon away for several months
and has, with his wfe, visited all tho
principal points in the East, Including
the World's Fair. Mrs. Beta Is still
! in tho East, and will not return until
I October, Mr. Betz will not say when
j ho expects to build a second story
upon his Main street property In .s
1 place, but that lie Intends to oventii
! ally effect that Improvement Is plain
I ly his purpose.
I Blue Stem the Better Wheat.
Dan Bell, who lives two miles south
' of town, on tho Tutullla, has cut and
I threshed 320 ncres of wheat. The
I crop was divided between blue stem
i and red chaff, nnd tho blue stem mado
I tho hotter crop, both for yield nnd
quality. The former threshed out
from 25 to 30 bushels per ncre, whllo
tho latter made considerably less, be
ing shriveled. No explanation is
given of tho difference.
CLEANING HOUSE.
Librarian Nye Preparing for New
Classification of Books,
A. W. Nye has been doing somo
badly needed work of renovating nt
the rooms of tho Commercial Associ
ation. Principally, It consisted In tak
ing down tho uooks and dusting them
and cleaning the dust-laden shelves.
This Is quite a formidable Job, as
ther.o aro In round numbers 3500
books on tho shelves.
Later a complete now classifica
tion of nil tho books bolonglng to tho
association will bo made, Including
several hundred which have n.ever
been unpacked, and aro yet In tne
boxes In which they woro shipped.
After ...o now classification Is
completed Mr. Nyo hopes the general
public will avail Itself of tho 25 cents
per mouth reading membership, which
entitles tho subscriber lo tho uso of
ono book for two weeks, or two books
per month. Tho subscriber may, of
courso, draw a book every day, or 30
books per month, If he chooses, tho
limit being two weeks to hold any ono
book outside of the library and out
of tho uso of any oilier person.
WE RECEIVE DEPOSITS FOR ANY SUM FROM ONE DOL
LAR UPVARDS. A PASS-BOOK WILL BE GIVEN YOU WHEN
YOU MAKE THE FIRST DEPOSIT. YOU THEN HAVE A BANK
ACCOUNT WHICH DRAWS INTEREST. YOU CAN ADD TO
THIS ACCOUNT AT YOUR PLEA8URE.
Commercial National Bank
OF PENDLETON
Capital Stock, $50,000.
Stockholders Liability, $50,000.
TESTS 62l2 POUNDS.
Helix Wheat Leads, With Eastland
Wheat a Close Second.
Tho heaviest test wheat grown this
s.eason In Umutllln county and weigh
ed In Pendleton, is tho product of the
fields of John n. Gross,' of Helix. It
weighed out 02V6 pounds, and tho
quality Is exceedingly good,
Tho second best so far reported was
grown by L. C. Rothrock, whoso farm
Is ono mllo tills sldo of Eastjand, Mr.
Rothrock raised 200 acres or wheat
which tests 02 pounds an averaged
a llttio over 10 bushels to the acr.o
over 8000 bushels of wheat threshed
from 200 acres. Mr. Itothrock's wheat
Is red chaff and club mixed
Returning From California.
J. D. Barnes and wife, on their way
homo to Walla Walla from their trip
to Central and Northern California,
spent Sunday In Pendleton with
friends. Mr. Barnes says that those
portions of California visited by th.em
on this trip do not perceptibly show
tho effects of tho floods, or drouths
wllh which the stato was afflicted
1'3 year, and that business condi
tions appear to be normal.
Gone to Buy Goods.
Mrs. G. B. Carrier took the morning
train north today, en route to Chi
cago to buy goous for tho fall and
winter millinery trado. bho will go
East from Spokano by the Great
Northern, and will be absent about
throo weeks.
Union Meeting Last Night.
Tho union mooting at tho Methodist
church, sou..., last evening, was at
tended by a good-sized audience. Rov.
W, L. Van Nuys presided, and Rov.
G. L. Hall preached. Tho sermon
was ovangollstlc and very interesting.
Peoples Warehouse improvements.
Tho largo arch connecting tho two
slores of tho Peoples Warehouse Is
Hearing cotnplotlon, It Is 10 feet in
width nnd 12 feet high. This morn
ing tho now tllo flooring at tho main
ontrnneo to tho storo was finished.
Sixty Bushels Per Acre.
A. L. Swaggart, of Athena, Is In
town todny, It Is reliably stated that
a portion of his wheat yielded CO
hushols per aero. Somo of his crop
suffered soverely from being knock
ed down by tho wind.
Well Known" Mine Suspends.
Tho Boston Qulcksllvor Mining
Company of Boston, which owns ono
of tho prominent morcury properties
of California, has suspeiul.o-, after ox
pending $100,000. It was found that
tho mlno would not commonco produc
ing In timo to recompense tho stock
holders without a further expendi
ture, nnd tills thoy w.ero not disposed
to malvo for fear that It would also bo
a loss.
KEYE8 THE OSTEOPATH.
Has Met With Success In Chlllothe,
Ohio, Medical College.
Dr. W. J. Keycs, tho osteopath, wfo
left here about a year ago to accept
the chair tif anatomy and applied scl
cnetH In tho Chllllcotho, Ohio, Osteo
pathic College, writes, to Ills friend, L.
Greenawnld, that hlmsolf nnd wife nro
w.oll pleased with Chllllcotho. Both
have hullt an excellent private prac
tice and tholr health and that of tho
llttio daughtor Is excellent. Their
environment and professional record
and opportunities aro agreeable In a
high degreo, but thoy have not lost
Intorest in Pondloton nnd tho l.ottor '
mentioned makes many Inquiries
nboitt tuo town and its people.
Christiai
Church
1. 1"
the n
Will Locate In Walla Walla.
E. K. Lorlmor and wife, who have
boon visiting Mr. Larimer's aunt, I
Mrs. William Hilton, loft this morning,
for Walla Walla, whoro Mr. Lorlmor'
will engage In the buying and ship
ping of fruit for tho Eastern markets,
n business In which ho has had much
iVcporloncc. Th,e Lorlmcrs recently
camo from Grant's PasB.
w haven-,
Thn lt..-. . aL
exceptional!. .
nrlrno 1 ""I
,or each pleM,
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THE HOT WEATHER STORE IS
PREPARED WITH ALL THE SUM
MER NEEDS IN SHOES AND
CLOTHING.
Tiber kil
ande V
led at U
, in via
SEARC
Rtcovere
the Vletl
imi rc
Id Bod.
I In the
Wreck h
The Boston Store
Better
Shoes and Clothing
i one i
today,
i anot
Be dou
Seasonable Goods at the
Right Prices
... . t north
iuen's summer unuorwoar, purine nuu.-u, v..-..
Men's underwear, bluo nnd flesh color, each .
Men's underwear, very flno quality, each 75c ra '
Fancy hosiery . 15c'20c
Golf slilrts. cuffs to match 50c, 75e and W
Now four-in-hand tics, largo assortment of patterns, at
prices ....
Negligee working shirts 5
No'gllgeo dress shirts
Collars, cuffs, holts and suspenders.
BAER. DALEY
One-Price Furnishers and Hatters
. AuMM4M
I:
HEAT
It ha'.
11,000
kpten
yum'
fetemi
led
laed
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It 33
lake
lh
in
Th.ero wero produced In tho United
Stntcs tlm past year, a total of 100,
401, 337 barrols of potroloum, valued
nt $94,054,050. Tho production In
California Increased 10,000,000 bnrrols
and Texas decreased 1,000,000 barrels.
RETURNED FROM THE EAST.
C. B. Sampson Visited His Old Home
in Ohio and the St. Louis Fair.
Charles H. Sampson, advertising
munager of tho East Oregonlan, has
Just relurnd from n flvo weeks' visit
In the East, Including n visit to his
parents at Doflane.o, 0 and a short
stop nt tlm St. Louis fair
Ho enjoyed tho visit liugoly. tho
weathor In tho East holng vory cool
during his entire slay Ho .oxporlenc
ed threo days or oxtromoly hot
weathor at St, Louis, but othorwiso
tho weather in tho East did v.ory
comfortable, and not until tho train
reached Colfax In Eastern Washing
ton, did he notice the Inlonso boat
What Shall We
! Have for Dessert?
This question arises in tho family
:vcry day. Let us answer it to-day. Try
Jell-O
9
x delicious nnd healthful dessert. Pre-
Cared in two intimites. No balling;! no
nUingl add boiling- water and set to
cool. Flavors: Lemon, Ornngo, Rasp
Deny anil Strawberry. Get a package
your grocers to-day. io cts.
MERRILL TYPEWRITER CO.. So. 7 Poit SL,
Spokane, Qtn.Agt.DENSMpRE TYPEWRITER
Supplln ... Rintlnp ... Epit Repairing
Modern School of Comme"
Gives
Krc.o Trial.
Attend tho Host.
FreeCifl
Eight Months' Tuition at PrJco of
RFfiic. THE PLUMBER
una n, tn rvmnnnrond street, between Water B0 Forh rtlws
bottor prepared than over before to do high-clasa i I M , d0 n
hie rates. Estimates cbeorfuliy given.
lino seo hira boforo you go olsowhoro. .
BECK, the ReliaMePS
NOTICE
Your accounts nro getting crusty.
Lot us try our system for collecting
them. Our plan is, "No collections,
no chnrges." Wo aro in a position to
do you good. 'Phono Main 311 and
our representative will call. Tho Van
Aistlno, Qcrdon & Co. Morcantllo
Agoncy & Tradesmen's Alliance For
It. V. Llpo & Co,, mnnngors. 110 B.
Court streot, Pendloton, Orogon.
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