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DAHiT EAST onEOOXIAJf, PENDLETON, OREGON, FltlDAV, OCTOBER 7. 1001.
Hand-mndo Chocolate Hon Hons
40c per lb.
F. W. Schmidt,
1. O. Block. 'Phune Main 80.
rsIATIIiliA SCIIOOI.S RE
Superintendent Frank K. AVelle Coin
piete October ApiMtrtlonmcnt to
Public Schools Total of 01.'
Sclmlars In tho County County
Puiiil Sll.'.lGT.ll state Fund $10,
HUH. 10 Total ot ?22,293..VI for
superintendent Frank IC. Welles
has completed the school apportion
nient for Umatilla county, the follow
lug being n detailed statement of the
number of scholars and the amount
of the state and county fund for each
of the 9S districts In the county:
Mrs. Arthur Springer, the original
of the famous "Gibson girl," pictures.
Is ill at her home at Denver.
In a riot on a railroad in Corea,
eight Japanese contractors were slain
by a mob of Corean laborers.
A stone coping fell from a four
story building at Kansas City Thurs
day, Instantly killing Miss Myrtle
Senator Hoar's will made no. public
bequests, the small property being
given to his son, daughter and grand
child. It is estimated that 10,000 Chinese
bandits are acting In co-operation
with the Japanese army In Manchuria.
The bologna mnkers of New York
City nre now on a strike for more
pay. shorter hours and recognition
of the union.
Plans are ajready underway for
the removal of the St. Louis exposi
tion buildings. Forest Park, where
the fair Is being held, will be restored
to Its former condition.
The La Follotte factions of the re
publicans in AVIsconsln. having won
the decision of the supreme court.
Insist on filling all the offices thus
giving the "stalwart" faction a com
It Is feared that Chinese bandits
have robbed and possibly murdered
the French and German attaches
from Port Arthur. Chinese have been
seen at Chee Foo with French notes
In their possession.
Dr. Otto Von Schroen, of Xaples,
declares that the phthisis germ Is
utterly indestructible and that while)
It lies dormant In the lungs and the
victim Is apparently cured for years,
it will revive at any time under fa
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The creamery' nt Lebanon burned
'Thursday. Loss, 2500.
The liquor question will be voted
on In Douglas county nt the coming
A company with a capital of $10,
000 has begun the establishment of
a broom factory' at Roseburg.
The enrollment In Oregon City
schools now amounts to $650, a 10
per cent Increase over last year.
For the quarter ending September
30, 27.460 acres of land was entered
In the Oregon City land district.
An additional steamer will be put
on the Portland-Oriental line, to
handle the Immense Increase In traf
fic. Two carloads of Palouse wheat
kings left Spokane Thursday for the
St. Louis fair. In chartered Pullman
La Grande has named five dele
gates to the Truns-Mlsslsslppl Con
gress to be held In St. Louis on Octo
John T. Iloth of a Portland drug
firm, was buncoed out of J2000 at
Salem Thursday, by confidence men
posing as foot racers.
The Southern Pacific is preparing
to use coal instead of wood, on loco
motives not equipped for using oil,
on the lines in Oregon.
Carl Nlhn, of Seattle, has been
fined J 1000 and sent to the peniten
tiary tor five years for enticing a 17-year-old
girl Into a life of shame.
The Taxpayers' League of Portland
favors the purchase of the entire
Lewis and Clark fair ground site and
equipment by the city to be kept as
an addition to the city park.
If you are looking for wheat land
or stock ranches, come and see us.
We have some of the best proposi
tions ever offered for sale in Eastern
Oregon. We have Just listed some
very desirable city property at low
E. T. WADE & SON.
Office E. O. Building.
The St. G corse.
Harry C. Mcore, San Francisco.
It. li. AVIIson, Portland.
W. 11. Montgomery, Portland.
J. A. Ilrobnut, San Francisco.
F. C. Brett nnd wife, Dcs Moines.
C. E. Sherwood, Xew York.
George T. Coyne, Portland.
F. Jnderly. Denver.
E. A. Jones, Portland.
Miss Audry Iiartlett. Hot Lake.
O. C. Ell, Hot Lake.
J. C. Metcalf, Portland.
It. J. Garner, Cleveland.
Mrs. W. H. Hlggins. Portland.
Mrs. It. T. Dnrlscu. Portland.
William Dunn, Portland.
W. 11. Dlnmore, San Francisco.
George A. McCoy, linker City.
W. S. Fields, Mt. Vernon.
Miss Florence Wilson, John Day.
Robert Perry, San Francisco.
H. F. Dupuls, AVeston.
W. W. Pangburn, Portland.
George Arndt, San Francisco.
J. W. Payne, Meridian.
Thomas S. Harris, La Grande.
James O. Kldwell, Walla Walla.
A. E. King, Portland.
Charles Mulligan, Vancouver.
J. J. Hums, Portland.
Horace Walker, Helix.
T. H. Sewell.
J. H. Green.
J. T. Mall, Boston.
Mrs. L. W. Iteed, Bingham Springs,
Joseph Rothlln. city.
C. Otterstadt, Adams.
It. G. Milan, Weston.
T. O. Yates, St. Louis.
Amos Queln, St. Louis.
J. M. Wllloughby, Cnmbridge.
J. J. Blought and wife. Johnstown
F. A. Voaklander, Little Cedar.
G. J. Parson, Osage.
John rtunkle, Osage.
P. It. Welter, Pomeroy.
G. D. Gibson, Pomeroy.
Charles Dodge Pomeroy.
E. Burllugamc, city.
J. S. Palmer, city.
M. W. Harala, Adams.
M. J. Meachek. Sclo.
W. H. Davis, Dencer.
H. Rosenberg, Fulton.
Miss Itosenberg, Fulton.
J. X. Dler nnd wife. Great Falls.
II. J. Stlchney, Vancouver.
James Alen. Chicago.
Henry Struve. city.
Henry- Rosenberg, city.
B. J. Sharp, Portland.
J. It. Mugulre, Portland.
Merl La Vuy, Portland.
E. H. Burke. Portlnnd.
O. D. Itinker. Portland.
E. C. Rogers, Weston.
X. P. Johnson & Son. Weston.
Otto Melschner. Benson.
J. F. Wagner, Pilot Rock.
B. L. Sherllan. Echo.
X. Rogers. Echo.
R. X. Adams, city.
Totals ..6454 Jll.967.14 $10,326.40
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received
at the office of the undersigned, room
12 Judd building, until Wednesday,
October 12th, at 5 p. m., for the erec
tion and completion of the Smith
Crawford building, situated on Main
street, Pendleton, Or., according to
plans and specifications prepared by
C. E. Troutman, architect. Bids will
be received for the different branches
of the work as per specifications. Cer
tified check ot J100 to accompany
each bid, to be forfeited In case a suc
cessful bidder falls to enter Into bond
within five days after he has been
awarded contract. Plans and specifi
cations can be seen at the office of the
undersigned. The owners reserve the
right to reject any and all bids.
C. E. TROUTMAN,
It. X. Stnnfleld, Echo.
Col. Browne and wife. Toronto.
G. D. Wllmer. Portland.
Stella L. Galbrulth. Mapleton.
C H. Edmunds.
Edwin Kelly. Seattle.
R. A. Whltcomb nnd wife, Roches
ter. T. H. Hebert. Chicago.
A. D. Chase. Portland.
C. J. Kuhlnuiu. Cincinnati.
Jay Youngblood, Xnshvllles
George A. Thomas. San Francisco.
J. A. Luckel. Portland.
M. Hnmblnger. S.m Francisco.
W. H. Oisey. San Francisco.
W. S. Hnrtzell. Philadelphia.
H. M. Cameron. Spokane.
C. C. Simpson. Spokane.
J. H. Kloeckner, Spnknne.
M. C. Wade. Starbuck.
S. S. Butler. Starbuck.
J. Fred Fisher. Spokane. j
J. W. Morrow, Portland. i
Gus H. Fuller. Dallas. '
This Is the time of tno year that woolen sweaters nre In demand. Men wear ilio,..
ladles wear them, nnd misses wear them, wo have them In nil sues from n Ihiby's she to
some -beauties, too. Wo will mnko n SPECIAL DISCOUNT of TEN PER CENT on nil sweaters,
less of quality, for one week. Buy ono tills week nnd snvo money.
Sec our display In wlndo.v, and note tho special prices.
A small lot of ladles' mid mlscs lace lioc, worth 25c, IlOc Mill 35c pair. Your choice of Bnj.
mentioned nuovc XiiUEE PAIlts For,
BARGAINS IN ALL LINES THIS WEEK.
The most complete and up-to-date line of fashionable millinery at
popular prices ever shown In Pendleton, Is now .on display at my store. I
have the largest stock this Bcoson I have ever carried.
Mrs Rose Campbell
FOUND II ROCK
O.V HOW TUNNEL REVEALS
t n Depth of 000 Feet a Strata of
Extremely Hot Rock in id Water
AVus Struck nnd After Passing
Through This, n Normal Tcmiiern
lure Was Found
Largo Gravel 11
Is Said to Exist in I-urge Quantities.
horse powet enrly
"He wbb certain the power plant
would be a profitable Investment
from the start and Inter on ns the
country Improved, he thought larger
demund would be made, which might
ennlilu the company to utilize all the
power they could generate."
A'alley Town Grtmlug.
There are more families now In
Corvallls and her suburbs thnn ever
before. In spite of the many dwell
ing houses built nnd put In habitable
Tunnel Will Open tflliM'o by repairs, every possible shel-
Lnrgo Gravel Bars in Which Gold '' , "H " mos "lines.
iu uiu i-iiuiuu uunuiiigs nave eacu
been transformed Into two dwelling
houses, and the four resultant places
shelter four families. Newcomers
from the Enst nnd Oregon families
seeking educational facilities supply
materinl for this large and constant
growth In population. A bigger nnd
OF ALL DESCIlIPnos
Made to Order nnlldtoj
er, Lime, Cement, Brick i
Sand, Wood Gutters for
nnd Duellings n Spechkf.
Altn Street, Opp. Court 1
United lln.ii.' Brigade.
Washington. D. C. Oct. 7. The na
tional convention of the United Boys'
Brigade began In this city today with
an attendance of nearly 2000 dele
gates, representing 50.000 members
of the organization. The convention
will continue three days. In addition
to the transaction of busine affairs.
the program will Include excursions,
athletic sports, competitive drills, and
a parade of 1500 uniformed boys.
Today the boys were given a ride
down the Potomac, returning In time
to participate In a program of athletic-
sports. The business sessions for the
election of officers and reading of re
ports will be held tomorrow.
31.25 Imported kid gloves, one day, many applications for electric nnwur
Wednesday, 93c at Teutsch's Depart-, that It was the intention of his com
ment Store. pany to put In dynamos and rievplnn
The Boise Capital News, speaking
of the work on the Ox Bow tunnel.
In Idaho, tells of a curious phenomena
found in running the tunnel.
AVhen about 900 feet in on tho tun- better Corvnllls is to Up n f-.itnro .if
nol a strata of hot rock was eucoun-, the future. Corvallls Times.
tered, of which the Capital News 1
si'fi: ! Some self-made men like to sit
"They recently struck a big flow of ' down und talk abould vot a hard
ery hot water, In the east end of the ' chob dey had.
tunnel, which bothered considerably. , rrr
After going through a hot granite
yke, the rook become cooler for some
llstauce, but he said they are now
working In very hot stone ngnin.
"The men could not stand it only
for the fact that the air compressor
forces a cool current of air against
the hot face of the tunnel, which car
ries the heated air out and makes a
degree ot temperature that Is beara
ble, though It could not by any stretch
the imagination be called cool.
Air. Coate said about 900 feet of
tunnel Is now completed and there Is
bout 270 feet yet to drive with two
machine lrl!U working nt either end.
he" thought the big hole. 10 feet high
by 20 feet In width, would be blasted
ut In four ur five weeks at the most.
fter this Is done a dam about 10 feet
high will be put In the river, with a
headgute for high water.
nupinies. .nr. uoate sum, are now
being hauled In sufficient to last a
large force all winter, as It is the In
teutlon to proceed with the plncer
worK as soon as possible, and, on nc
count n having several hundred in
cues of hot water, winter wenther
will not Interfere witli the operations.
"To give an idea of how hot the
formation Is. Mr, Coate said, he rolled'
up his sleeve, and reaching down
through a foot of cold water In the
river, he grabbed down n few inches
Into the. sand, and found It so hot he
could not hold It in his hand any
length or time. Severnl springs nre
found In that vicinity, he said. In
which the water Is at boiling temper
"Mr. Coate is confident of secur
Ing Dig returns from working the
gruvel hi the old channel of the river.
which for a distance of nearly three
miles will be drained dry by the tun
nel. He said they had received so
3100 Howard 9100.
The readers of tbls paper mill be pleased
to learn that tbre la at least one dreaded
disease that science baa been able to cure
Id all Its stages, and that la catarrb.
Hall's Catarrh Core la the only coaltlre
cure now known to tbe medical fraternity
Catarrh being a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment. Haifa
Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting
directly upon tbe blood and mucons sur
faces of tbe system, thereby destroying
tbe foundation or tbe disease, and firing
th rjatient strength br bulldltur tin tbe
constitution and aaalstlng nature In doing
Ita work. Tbe proprietors bare so mucn
faith In Its curattre nowera that ther offer
One Hundred Dollars for any case that It
falls to cure. Bend for list of testimonials.
Address : P. J. CIIENKV & CO., Toledo, O.
Hold by Druggists, 75c
Taka Hall' Knill lMlIa for conatlDa,
Customer Got any clean shirts?
Dealer Oh! yes, sir; yes, sir!
Customer Then why don't you .put one on?
SCIENCE PREVENTS BALDNESS.
The Fatal Germ nud Ita Ilemedy Now
Fneta ot Sclenee.
It is the rarest thing In the' world for
a man to be necessarily bald. Xo man
whose hair Is not dead at the roots, need
be bald If he will use Xewbro's Herpl
clde, tho now scalp antiseptic. Herpl
clde destroys the germ that cuts the hair
off at the root; and cleans the scalp ol
dandruff and leaves It In a perfectly
healthy condition. Mr, Matinett. In tha
jiarjianu uiock, uutte, Mont., was en
tirely bald. In less than a month Herpl
clde had removed the enemies of hair
growth, nnd nature did Ita work by cov
ering nis neau with thick hair an Inch
icng, ana in six weeks he had a normal
mlt of hair. Sold by lendlne druirclsts.
Send 10c. In stamps for sample to The
Jierpicme Co., Detroit. Mich.
F. W. Schmidt & Co., siiecinl ngents.
: Lodging Hot
A ell ventilated, neat anJ e
fortable rooms, good bell I
In connection, where the !
goods nre served.
in Real Estate
There Is no Investment that
offers as good security and In
creases In value as rapidly as
real etate. If you would be
rich, put your money In proper
ty In this growing city nnd sec
tion. AVe have choice real estate of
all descriptions In all desirable
localities, both city and farm
property, and ranches.
Consult us If you have prop
erty to sell; list it with us. If
you wish to buy property, see
Unexcelled faclltles for hand
ling real estate.
W. E. Davidson & Co.
(Successor to E. D. Boyd.)
Insurance, Ileal Estate, and
Mortgage Loans. 110 Court St.
pZf,6 !C?ted..? bronh ice in
defunct bills a soeclaltv. m! "8
count too old for us to handle.
uur P"1" "No collections no
arges. Sulta inH..t..i 7.7?, n.
advertised. ' JUUBmenu
w t"cy, ii, v. Iilpo &
HO E. Court St. Telephone Main 311.
Dr. Mahaffay, a graduate of A. p.
Still school of osteopathy, Kirk.vllle,
Mo has located in Despain block.
and will be pleased to con.mt all who
uffer from chronlo diseases.
Main street, center of 1
tween Alta and Webb i
F. X. SCHEMPP
All size Jars, crocks, J 1
We will make the price
tory. See us.
n ,n lint nrlnkt. OP"!
Fruits in season.
209 Court Street
II. J. AVHiIUNSOJ.', P
J. L. VAUGHN
Prompt nttentl n lr"j..(
work executed J,
viiutrim,i Knnnlles of "
, WMt Co1'
Capacity, 160 barrel ' '
, . A 4nr I
Flour exenanseu hoft
t.i rm leea.
etc., always on han0
Dally East Oregoulao
Consultation free. Call ana ,e. u
only IS cent wee!