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DAILY-EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, AUGUST IS, 1904.
SERIOUS RESULTS FROM
HAVING A HAND BRUISED.
AL m " HHs of
' 39C up
j ot lust one-half the rcculnr value?
1Jc talue summer uross gooas se yard
i" ..imrtinr rirnsfl coo (If?
' B.immpr dross roods 191.,.
.... iimmnv rirnga cnnrln .. .: ir. .... i
j.c Taiue summer dross goods I72c yard
!fje value summer dross goods 20o yard
apron check ginghams, nil sizes checks and colors 5c yard
L..inr n now linn nf ladles1 norkwenr In a11 thu 1t.a,
. .rA suuwb 'wi
I novelties from 35c to 1.00.
i and ends broken lines of ladles' shoes and Oxfords, at one-
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rse than mA
J'es are weak,
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' Is made here
'1U very little fl
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"r general pa
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Sneak Thieves Getting In Their Work
Talk of Organizing a Building
and Loan Association Three Dis
abled Hands From Bruises Five
Barrels of Pitch Burned Five Boys
Born to Different Families Field
of Fine Corn.
Milton, August 14. Arch Bolus,
who bruised his hnnd n few days ago,
with a fork handle, had to have it
Some sneak thief carried off 20 feel
of thrc.e-lnch crown mold for Sam
Thomas and a Maydolo hammer fori
w. b. juayberry, one night last week.
The demand for houses hero this
fall has caused tho report to bo cir
culated that the inonlcd men of the
town were going to organize a build
ing and loan association this fall; but
we fear it will be like the electric
railroad and cold storage plant talk.
Charlie Ingle, "Rud" and Archie
Bolus are each suffering with sep
tncmina of a hand, caused by n bruise
from a fork handle.
A colored preacher was in this vi
cinity one day Inst week trying to
make arrangements to hold a series
of meetings in the near future. Fall
ing to create interest enough in Mil
ton to justify him in leaving an ap
pointment, ho went down to Freewa
ter and plead poverty until the good
people of that town raised enough to
pay his car fare to Walla Walla,
which place he departed for on tho
F. B. Pennock, principal of tho
Ferndale school, left for the toll cato
Sunday morning to spend a couple of
weeks befors the opening of the
school, September C.
Among the visitors in town we no-
tlce tho following: Stanley, the mu
sic man, Charley and Mabel Over
man of Walla Walla, R. E. Bradley
ana L. s. Furnace of Portland.
Merle Roby of Brownsville, who has
been connected with the Milton Fur
nlture Co, store, has gone to wort
for Mosgrove & Co.
In this vicinity this month the fol
lowing births have been reported
since our last writing, all being boys:
To Mr. and Mrs. Ingle, and to Mr. and
Mrs. Slater, on the tenth; Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Record, on the seventh;
Mr. and Mrs. Charlc3 Davis on the
sixth: Mr. and Mrs. Will Wallace, on
Rev. Glbbs of the M. E. church
South, is In Washington and Idaho in
the interest of Columbia college.
Five Barrels Pitch Burned.
five narreis or pitch were con
cumed by fire Thursday evening near
the depot, where the electric power
plant is dipping the hoops for the
barrel flume. The pitch caught from
a spark from the furnace, and before
water could be applied was a roaring
mass of flames.
Two Little Girls Hurt.
W. S. Mayberry's little 4-year-old
girl caught her arm in the cogs of a
clothes wringer a few days ago, caus
ing a painful but not dangerous
wound. On the same day the little
G-ycar-old girl of E. Deub fell on a
board, running a largo splinter in her
left breast, causing a painful wound.
Both are getting along nicely, and no
serious results are likely to arise in
Fine Field of Corn.
If Leezer's eorn patch at Echo is
a wonder and would euro Kansas or
Missouri homesickness by one look,
wo wohder what the half acre be
longing to John Vinson hero in Mil
ton would do.
Tho corn is of the same variety as
Mr, Leezer's. but much larger in
every respect Many or the stalks
measure over 13 feet each, and not
one without an ear. and quite a nura
her have four. Some of the ears are
COULDN'T STAND IT CLOSER.
Your lovo scene with the heroine didn't go very well.
You didn't nestle up closo enough to her.
Tho Actor I nestled as closo ns I could. She'd been eating onions.
too high for a man six feet tall to
reach. The stnlks are from an inch
to an Inch and a half in diameter,
nnd havo spur roots up to tho fourth
joint it, like Mr. Leezer's. is plant-
cd on river bottom nnd only sub-Irri-
gated. If snmplos aro sent nway from I AFFILIATED ORDERS ARE
Umatilla county as to tho possibilities.
of Oregon ns a corn producing slate,
it would bo well to visit Milton whll.o
on a collecting tour.
ANOTHER WONDER OF SCIENCE.
ululuE' linn I'roved (hat Uuudruff Is
Cnurd by a Germ.
Science is donlg wonders those days In
Im-dlclne an well ns In mechanics. Since
Adam lived, tho human race has been
troubled Wtn dandruff, for which no hair
propai ntlon iiak heretofore proved a sue
cessful cure until Noivbro's Ilerj.lclJo was
put on mi- inarKtt. Jt la a sclent Ifltr men.
oration that kills tho germ that makes
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uunutuii i wuii uy- UlUtfinK 1MO tile
scalp lo Ki t nt tho root of the hair, where
It ap tlif vitality; causlnu Itchlnc Benin.
luiiiiiB nair. una nnauy oaluncsa. With
out dandruff hair mut grow luxuriantly,
j i m wic omy uesiroyer or dandruff.
boiu uy loading drueslata. Bend 10c.
jn stumps ior sample to The lierpl
clde Co., Detroit, Mich.
F. W. Schmidt & Co., special agent.
"The Kodak" season is now
on and we have the largest and
most completo line profession
al and amateur photographic
goods over shown In the city.
Don't forget to take a camera
or kodak with you on your vacation.
AStandard for Quality. Cleanliness and Wqrkmanshift,
' Hand Unrio pi..iun nvuu . rn Miisa-er
Brock & McComas
Cor. Main and Court 8ts,
"'foiiie IJrtl Snumlom rhllomiplir.
"Of all the worlds I ever broke Into
Ibis one's the most curious," said Bed
Saunders, '-und one of the curlousest
things In it Is that 1 think It's queer.
Why should I. now? What puts it in
to our heads that affairs ought to go so
and so when they never do anything
of the sort? Take any book you read
or any story a man tells you. It ruus
along nuout how .Mr. Smith nindo up
his mind lo do this or that nnd pro
ceeded to do it. And that never hap
pened. What Mr. Smith calls making
up his mind Is, when you come dowu
to bed rock, nothing more nor less than
what Mr. Smith pleasantly cnlla his
mind dodging lo cover under pressure
of circumstances. That's straight. Old
Lady Luck comes for Mr. Smith's mind
swinging both hnnds. She gives it a
stem winder on the enr, lams It for
keeps on the smeller, chugs it one In
the short ribs, drives right nnd left In
to its stummick, nnd Mr. Smith's mind
breaks for cover; then Mr. Smith tells
his wife that he's made up his mind
be, mind you! Wouldn't that stun
Y OLD SOLDIERS
Thirty Thousand Excursionists Are In
Boston,and the Affair Is of Greate
Magnitude and Importance Than
Any Gathering In That City for
Many Years Marching Veterans
Escorted by U. S. Marines and
Ancient Cook Inn School.
We of the twentieth century are In
cllned to think of cooking schools ns b.v
longing exclusively to our day nnd gen
oration. Therefore It may be news to
many people that as long ago us the
reign of good Queen Anne n Mr. Kid
dee had n school of eonkrv in Queen
street, Chcapslde. and it "her in IIol
born. Here Is his ntlveni'ieiiient- the
original Is on good p:ipvr. with u neatly
To All Young Ladles:
At Edward Klddcc's pastry school, at
Little Lincoln's Inn Fields, are tmigtit
all kinds of pastry and cookery. Dutch
hollow works and butter works on Thurs
days, Fridays and Saturday.-), In tho aft
ernoon, and on the samo days In thu
mornlmr at his school In Norrls street. St
James, Haytnarkct, and at his school lit
Bt. Martin's lo a rand on Mondays, Turs
days and Wednesdays, In the afternoons.
hut Dutch hollow works may be
none of the cooking schools of today
seems to know, but they sound good.
Tho Fierce Cnternlllur.
A more harmless, inoffensive creature
does not crawl than tho common gar
den caterpillar, yet Ibis hiiiuII worm
will put up an appearance so tierce
upon occasion as to. frighten Its ene
mies awny. Soft and pulpy, with no
defensive or offoirslve weapons, this
destroyer of cabbages and lettuces will
bluff Itself -tnto u veritable armored
cruiser und frighten many more lor
mlUable Insects into ungovernably
illgut. Its method of procedure Is like
uus: Immediately anything approaches.
tho slow moving, fat caterpillar raises
its hairy body, wags a formidable look
ing head and looks the essence of
strength and defiance, so much so that
it requires u bird of u particularly val
iant disposition to attack It. Chicago
When Doctors Were slaves.
Romans of means had physicians lu
their own houses. These men wero
slaves, for, odd as it seems, many Ro
man slaves were accomplished In liter
ature, art nnd science. At one time the
Belling price of a slave doctor wus
uuoui mo equivalent or 30U in our
After tho time of Julius Caesar, who
encouraged physicians, tho art began
to "lift Its head" in Rome, and later
men or character and position, thoutth
generally foreigners, entered tho pro
fession. Some of them accumulated
largo fortunes, and one made the equiv
alent or at leaBt $500,000 In a few
In a volume of memoirs it Is told that
on tho first council day after Lord Der-
oys elevation to the premiership Gre
ville showed his disapproval by not an-
pearlng in his place as clerk. Some
busybody asked Lord Derby whether
he had noticed Grevllle's absence, and
Lord Derby replied, with a face of
benevolent apology: "No, really J You
know, I am the most Inatteutlvo fellow
In the world ubout these things. I
never notice, when I rlmr tho boll.
whether John or Thomas answers It." J
Boston, Mass., Aug. 15. Over 30,-
000 excursionists nro cstlmnted to
have arrived here during the past
hours for tho 3Sth nnnunl national
encampment of tho Grand Army o
the Republic. The depots and tho
streets presented every appearance
of the great nnnunl reunion as tho ex
cursionlsts arrived and were soon
seeing tho sights. All day Sunday tho
streets presented a crowded nppenr
anco. Sightseers wero on every thor
oughfaro in the central portion of the
city, viewing tho other peoplo, tho
crowds and the docorations and nr
rangemcnts made for tho reception
and entertainment of tho veterans,
Today tho crowd was several times
as large. Tho streets downtown
wero crowded early in tho morning,
and most of the people who w.cre out
wero strangers. Every train arriv
ing in tho city brought largo in
creases to tho crowd, and at noon
seldom nor over before were more
peoplo seen at ono time on Common
wealth avenue nnd other downtown
streets. Hero nnd there in tho crowds
could b,o seen tho neat bluo uniforms
nnd black golu-corded hats of mon
who woro thoso colors during tho
war, and overywhoro they wero these
gallant men w.ero noticed with great
Interest by tho crowds of people.
Tho first official number on tho
program of tho Grand Army week
was tho parade today of tho naval
vet.erans, ex-prlsoners of war, Span
ish war veterans and Sons of Veter
ans. Tho parndo started at noon and
moved through Arlington, Trcmont
Washington, Federal, Broad, Beacon
and Charles Htre.et and other leading
thoroughfares. In lino wero a bat
talion of United States marines, about
COO bluejackets nnd the marine band
from thu Boston navy yard. All along
tho lino of march peoplo wero gnth
cred and thoy cheered enthuslastical
ly as tho procession passed.
Ono featuro of tho present encamp
ment appears to bo tho minimally
largo number of visitors in attend
anco on tho meetings of tho affiliated
organizations in addition to tho G. A,
R. veterans thoiii3clvcs. Tho register
nt the Vendomp hotel hendquurlers
shows a largo and representative at
tendanco of members Of tho Woman's
Rllof Corps, Ladlus of tho O, A. It.,
Sons of Veterans and other auxiliary
bodies. No regular sessions woro
held by these organizations today, but
tho officers and committees wero
busy preparing their reports nnd com
plotlng the final arrangements for
their conventions. At tho Vcudomo
tonight there will be a mnmmoth re
coptlon given tinder tho auspices of
tho Woman's Rollef Corps in honor
of Gen. John C. Black, commander In
chief of tho Grand Army, Numerous
other receptions In honor of dlstin
gulshed visitors will bo held at vnrl
ous other hotels and public meeting
places. Much attention s being
shown tho delegation of Confederate
veterans hero nt tho special lnvlta
tion of th,o encampment. For tho first
tlmo In years thero appears to bo a
lack of contests for officers of tho
Grand Army, Rival candidates aro
in tho field for tho minor offices, but
for commander In chief It looks as
though General Blackraar of Boston,
will get tho honor almost unonnosed.
Tho city of Denver appears to bo tho
leading candidate for next year's n
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Settles lovo quarrels and promptly
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Ho gives readings In English,,
French and German.
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