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DAILY EAST ORBGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGOX. TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1908, PAGE riVB. A Wow Line of Ecru Hot Shirt Waists Oi Sale Today for the FirsL Time At the Bankrupt Sale of the Teutsch Stock Beautiful styles in all the new designs and combinations. Ecru Net trimmed in Copenhagen, Brown, 'Green, Navy and Red. Prices are $3.44, 5.83, 5.97, 6.33 and 6.88 A Sample Line of Ladies' and Misses' Skirts. Bought at 33 1-3 per cent off, on sale tomorrow morn ing at the same great reduction. All colors and styles. F. E. Livengood.& C0 Successors to Teutsch's Dep't. Store. PERSONAL MENTION City Brevities . K-e cream at Hohbach's. Billiards and pool at Hennemana, All kind of food dry wood. See SUnnls, See Mlnnls (or food, dry wood that burn. Lota of It on band. Wanted To rent cottage of serea or eight rooms. Inquire tbl etflce. Just arrived and tet up, new bll Hard and pool tablet at Henneman'a. Unfurnished bouaekeeplnc roomi for rent Enquire at East Oregonlan efftce. Piano Inatructlon given by Laura Nelson, 326 Ann street. Phone Black 3691. New and first class. Billiard and pool tables at Henneman'a cigar store. Mo kids. Fine store and office room for rent East Oregonlan building. Enquire this office. All kinds of transfer work done promptly. Stansberry St Milne, Phone Main 5. Witard Lawn Mowera excel. Our prices are right Goodman Hardware Co. See our line of lawn hose. Safety Insurance Gasoline Stoves are approved by the National Board of Fire Underwriters. Made right work right Sold by Goodman Hard ware Co. Now open California restaurant iext door to Empire Meat market. Just openej under new management. Best cook, meals 20c. Give them a trial. 150 will buy an Eldrldge rotary sewing machine at Goodman Hard ware Co.'s. This machine Is equip ped with ball bearing stand, light run ning, mission oak mirror finish." Gunranteed for 10 years. this date are the only partners In said business. Any outsandlng claims against said Horseshoe Restaurant to this date will be paid by the old partnership. She Vuk. known as Joe, an expert res taurant man, will be In charge of said restaurant for the new partnership Dated at Pendleton. Oregon, May 11. 1908. SEE HOT, QUE SING. HENG TEE, LEE NOT. Co-Pnrtmrslilj involution. Notice Js hereby given, that the partnership heretofore existing be tween Se Hoy, Que Sing, Heng Tee and Lee Moy, under the firm name and style of the Horseshoe Restau rant, hns been this day dissolved by mutual consent, Que Sing retiring. The Horseshoe Restaurant nenr the corner of Alta and Main streets, In the city of Pendleton, will be continued by the remaining partners who from hungry buzzard reveals dead max. liakttt Potato C'luirni Is Menus of Identification. Guided to the spot by the hovering of a buzzard, the remains of Peter Gannon, familiarly known as "Doc Dandy," who disappeared from Stayton several weeks ago, were found Imbedded deep In the mire of a ditch in Stayton, late yesterday, by E. Wed dle, a citizen of that community, says a special to the Telegram. Coroner Clough was notified, but since Iden tification of the body was considered conclusive, no Inquest was held, and It will be burled today. The body was so badly decomposed that Identifies tion would have been Impossible were If not for an old watch found In one of the pockets and" the finding xtt an old baked potato In the pocket of an Inner pair of trousers, which he al ways carried as a charm against rheumatism. "Doc Dandy" was an eccentric man, about "3 years old, and one of his .il-.--yncraclps of recent years was to wear all the clothes In his possession at one time. He was originally edu cated for the priesthood, but took a course In a veterinary college In Glas row. .Scotland, from which he gradu ated and came to America. He serv ed during the civil war as a veterinary surgeon under General Nelson A. Miles, and afterward came to Oregon and settled In Stayton. where he has resided ever since. He drifted Into the liquor habit, which is supposed to have been the cause of his death. He had a family once, but his wife died and he Is supposed to have a son living, hut his whereabouts are unknown. 11 S SELLS-FIXTO SHOWS HAVE HEAL INDIANS Circus Press Agent Says Ills "HW Have Taken Paleface Scalps Also Iktlurvs One of Them Eacs Dogs, Another lUittlcwnukcH, While n Third Takes to Icecream and Swect inouta Many Historical Characters In the Lot. The Best Alarm Clock. If you have use for an alarm clock to wake you up these spring mornings, then you should get a good one. A poor alarm clock Is much worse than no clock at all. Tou cannot de pend upon a cheap clock picked up probably In a place where the knowledge of. clocks Is un known,. When you buy a clock from us you know that If any thing goes wrong we are ready to make good with the proper repairs. All alarm clocks guaranteed ami cost from $1.00 to $3.50. - Louis Hunziker Jeweler ami Optician. 716 Main St. VOTERS SIGN BALLOTS. runny Incident In Connection With Primary h Coos. One of the many funny Incidents which happen at an election occurred at the Deer Talk precinct last Friday, end caused considerable amusement around the county clerk's office, on Tuesday of this week, says the Co qullle Sentinel. Instead of the Judges of the election sending the ballot boxes the clerk received a short let ter and sample ballots from that pre cinct. The letter was as follows: Doer Park, Ore., April 17, 1908. County Clerk, Coquille. Ore. I enclose herewith the vote of Deer Park today. Ton much rain; voters stayed In the hills. What shall we do with the ballot boxes? The vote was four republican tick ets and one democratic ticket. Each ticket was marked as the voter had voted; the three republican tickets were signed at the bottom by the voter and the democrat ticket was signed by the lonely democrat. 1 SHAMO Better and cheaper than Chamois skins, Looks like, feels like Chamois, but does the work Better, lasts Longer and Costs Less. Indispensible for House cleaning, Silver, Pianos, Glassware, etc. The genuine "Shamo,' comes from Germany. You find them in Pendleton at THE DRUG STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST. Saturday, May 30, to Pendleton will come a new tribe of genuine Indians, Sioux warriors, who have to their belts the scalps of many palefaces. They are government Indians and are from their reservations by special per mission of the powers that be at Washington. At their head are noted chiefs. One has for his favorite diet rattlesnakes and eats one rattler, a day. Another is a glutton for dogs and prefers the French poodle. Still another Is select and takes to sweet meats. Ice cream is his favorite eat ing. In their band is the daughter of Spotted Tail, who was one of the worst Indians ever on the plains.. His record is steeped in blood. The squaws of the tribe are fine specimens and the pappooBes are Interesting, Indeed. There Is nothing so cunning as a wee bit of an Indian baby. One little In dian girl is the child of Chief Little Wound and her name is "Lone Flow er." She received this name in a pe culiar way and it stands for Joy and for sorrow, both to the red man and the pale fuce. Chief Little Wound was in the bat tle of Wounded Knee and fought a hand to hand contest with General L. L. Colby, now of Beatrice, Neb., The Indians were worsted and driven from the field. They left their babies and the U. S. soldiers picked them up and took them home. General Colby got Little Wound's daughter. He raised and educated her. She Is known bv the appropriate name of "Lost Bird." Being parted from her sister, the In dians called the little sister at home "Lone Flower." All these Indians are with the Great SollB-Floto show ("The Shriners' cli cus") and will put on the wild west for the show here, Saturday, May 30. They will be In the street parade. Doors open at 1 and p. m. Perform- ufces, 2 and 8 p. m. STATE FLOWERS. The names of the the flowers adopt ed as emblems for the difterent states are, as far as ascertained, as follows: California, poppy; Colorado, colum bine; Delaware, peach- blossom; Maine, pine cone; Michigan, apple blossom; Nebraska, golden rod; Utah, Illy; Georgia, rose; Kansas, sunflower; New Hampshire, oak leaf; Vermont, red clover; Idaho, syringa; Washing ton, rhododendron; Oregon, grape Itaf; Oklahoma, mistletoe; Connecti cut, laurel; Massachusetts, fern; South Dakota, crocus; Wisconsin, trailing arbutus; Minnesota, moccasin flower or lady slipper; Indiana, water Illy; New York, rose; Ohio, golden rod: Iowa, wild rose; Illinois, golden rod. Mrs. G. M. Morrison of Adams, Is a visitor In Pendleton. -Lawrence Lleuallen of Adams, Is transacting business In the city today. C. A. Barrett of Athena, Is among the business visitors In the city today. E. H. Davis of Hermlston, came up last evening for a brief visit In the city. George Carney Is now 111 with ty phoid fever and has been In bed for a week. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Darnell left this morning for Pilot Rock after a business visit In the city. H. A. Clemens, editor of the Pilot Rock News, has gone into Wallowa county for a few days' business trip. John Oagen of the Kentucky Llauor store, left today for Echo and the west end of the county on a business visit. Rev. W. H. Blcakney", principal of Pendleton academy, went down to Hermlston today to look over that section. Louis Hunziker went down to Uma tilla this afternoon to assist In the or ganization of the Masonic lodge there tonight. D. B. Costuma of the Columbia Land company, went down to the Fumlsh-Coe Irrigation project at Echo today. Miss Lulu R. Lorenz returned this morning from Union county, where she had been visiting relatives for a few days. Fred Walters of Walters' flouring mills left today for Portland on a brief business visit in the Interest of his mills. Julius Hudeman, democratic can didate for county commissioner, went to Echo and Hermlston today In the Interest of his candidacy. Grand Master Lot L. Pierce of the Oregon grand lodge of Masons, went to Umatilla today to institute ,a new Masonic lodge at that place. E. W. McComas left this afternoon for Portland to attend to business matters' before the meeting of the re publican state convention on Thursday. C. S. Terpening left last evening by team for the south part of the coun ty on a canvassing trip for the large medicine company which he repre sents. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Thomson of But ter creek, have been visiting with friends In the city. Hon. G. W. Proebstel of Weston came down last evening for a short visit. ' Miss Julia Nash, formerly employ ed In Roadmaster Jurgen's office In this city, is now employed In the offi ces of Roadmaster McCann of the La Grande division of the O. R. & N. E. A. McKenna, traveling freight agent for the Northern Paclflcleft this morning for Echo, Hermlston and the west end of Umatilla county In the Interest of his department. Mrs. E. Struthers has leased her rooming and lodging house on Thomp son street to the Streeter-Bryan com pany and left this morning for Albee to spend the summer at her ranch there. Earl Coutts of Spokane, who has been visiting at the home of his par ents, Attorney and Mrs. G. W. Coutts, on Garfield avenue, went to Portland this morning, where he will spend the summer. Trainmaster J. D. Matheson of the O. R. & N accompanied by Mrs. Matheson, passed through the city last evening on their way home to La Grande after having attended the fleet festivities in San Francisco. J. F. Johnson, formerly proprietor og the Spokane cafe, but now located at Pendleton, arrived this morning from Huntington, where he has been on business. He visited friends here today. La Grande Observer. A.. C. Koeppen and O. W. Koeppen of Pendleton, arrived In the city Sat urday night and were Joined here by their brother, W. O. Koeppen of Boise. They had a plesant visit dyer Sunday and have returned home. Ba ker City Herald. Norbourne Berkeley, the well known mining operator, was a Baker City visitor during the week, return ing yesterday to his rich mine, the Buffalo-Monitor, near Granite, to ov ersee resumption of shipments to the smelter. Sumpter American. Fortune for Charity. Ten thousand dollars Vas left by Valentine H. Caldwell, deceased, oi Albany, In his will for the aid of or phans and homeless children In Ore gon. The wll lhas been filed with the county clerk. George and William Caldwell, sons, are executors. He left property In Linn county valued at about 70,000. It Is said the heirs of the estate will contest the bequest for charity. The people In the vicinity of Roy and Alder, Pierce county. Wash., are thoroughly aroused by the depreda tions of a band of horse and cattle thieves which is believed to have its headquarters In the foothills near those towns. Horses, cattle and hogs are being carried off almost nightly and there Is strong talk of organizing posses to try and capture the men. University of Oregon and Whitman college athletes will strive for honors at Walla Walla Wednesday. SPRAY FOR LAWXS. ExiHTlnieiits Prove Dandelion Can He Killed. Two special nuisances in lawns are dandelions and plantln. The tests made at the North Dakota experiment station have given good results In killing these pests by spraying. It requires persistent work, but If a lawn Is sprayed once each month, or once In six weeks, the dandelion Is keep completely In check. As seeds are blown to great distances by the wind, the destruction of the estab lished roots does not insure future freedom from the pest, but spraying Is the easiest and most effective method of keeping the dandelions down which hns yet been found. Use iron sulphate In the proportion of two pounds for each gallon of water. Do not spray within two days of the time of cutting and do not cut the grass or water the lawn" for two or three days after spraying. Epidemic Stamped Out. The smallpox epidemic has been stamped out at Missoula, Mont., the last of the patients having been re leased from the pest house. More than 50 cases of the disease were treated here during the past four months. The family of George Davis, living six miles west of Cottonwood, Idaho, was routed out of bed Friday night by a fire which completely consumed the house. The flames were started from a defecttve flue. Only a small amount of wearing apparel was saved. Embroidery Sale No. 2 Another Big Embroidery Salo 1 500 yards of embroidery worth 20c and 25c yard. On sale one day only 10c Thursday May 1 4th. Sale begins 9:30 a. m. See Window Display Alexander Dep't Store Givers of Best Values ffiEPUBILBCAKi TDdSKET Official Nominees and Candidates of the Republican Party for June. Election. For United States Senator If. M. CAKE, of Multnomah County. For Representative IB.'Uf'SlLf 'S"ft'S'n W. R. ELLIS, of Umatilla County. Justice of the Supreme Court IF I'" '' l ' ROBERT S. BEAN, of Lane County. For Oregon Dairy and Food Commissioner J. W. BAILEY, of Multnomah County For Railroad Commissioner CLYDE B. AITCinSON', of Multnomah County For Prosecuting Attorney IE1. '" " GILBERT W. PHELPS, of Umatilla County. For Representative Twenty-Second District T. J-. MAHOXEY, of Morrow County. For Representatives from Umatilla County C. A. BARRETT. L. L. MANX. For County Clerk FRANK SALING. For County Recorder of Conveyances FRED W. HENDLEY. For County Treasurer GEORGE W. BRADLEY. For County Assessor ROBERT T. BROWN. For County School Superlntendent- FRANK K. WELLES. For County Surveyor JOHN W. KIMBRELL. For County Coroner RALPH FOLSOM. For County Commissioner HORACE WALKER. VOTE 'ER STRAIGHT. FOR. SALE :280"acres, 1-2 in crop $32,000.00 240 acres $3,500.00! 160 acres $4,500.00 City Property For Sale. FRANK B. CLOPTON & CO. 1 1 2 E. Court St.. Pendleton. Ore. THE BIGGEST DISH OF ICE CREAM. we serve will not be found too large for enjoyment. It Is so palatable, refreshing and whole some. You cannot have too much of the best of good things. Stop "In and try it the next time you pass this way. It will banish fatigue, quench your thirst and be a treat whose de licious flavor will linger long In your memory. The Delta Candy Factory J. E. HAWKINS. Prop. Byers' Best Flour Is made from the choicest wheat thtat grows. Good bread la assur ed when BYERS BEST FLOUR Is need. Bran, Shorts, Steam Rolled X Barley always on hand. PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS W. B. BYERS, Proprietor. Dajly East Oregonian, by carrier, 15 cents per week.