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DAILY KAMT OltKOMAN, PENDLETON, OKKUOA. SATURDAY, JUNE 17, IMS. EIGHT PAGES. ECLIPSE OF SUII rwHiT-arrnrn n rim TOG UP FOR THE 4TK I PARTIALLY DARKENED FOR PENDLETON PEOPLE, Moon Will Come Between Enrth and Old Sol Tomorrow Morning Between the Hours of 7 and 9 People With Smoked (iiiimii Will Have Chanoo to Witness Itaro Sight. (fir Aries' . Mi! IMP. lit! 77ie Greaf American Bird on Every Dollar You Have to Spend Will Flap His Wings and Scream With Pure Delight When Told of the Great HALF R A T THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE Men's High Grade Clothing At Half Price. The Best $15.00 Suits for $ 7.50 The Best 18.00 Suits for 9.00 The Best $20.00 Suits for $10.00 The Best 25.00 Suits for 12.50 Men, Women and Children s Dependable Shoes Slaughtered in Price. THE FINEST WASH GOODS AT HALF PRICE. 10c Wash Goods at 5c yd. 15c Wash Goods for 7 l-2c yd. 25c Wash Goods for 12 l-2c yd. 35c Wash Goods for 17 l-2c yd. 50c and 75c Wash Goods for 29c yd. All Parasols at Half Price. White Embroideries all at Half Price. Pare, Clean Groceries at the Lowest Prices. Merchandise purchased on credit Monday and Tuesday will go on your July account' Store will be closed all day Saturday July 4th. The Peoples Warehouse Where it Pay to Trade Save Your Coupons , .COUGAR ATTACKS WOMAN. "prWg Upon Hi m She Bancs Out CkXbea Dog to Rescue. Word h been received from Sal mon river in the northern part of the county, of an exciting battle with a cougar, In which a plucky woman, Mr. P. Gladwon, carried off the hon ors, says the Grant Count Newe. In the fight, hlch lasted a half hour. City Engineer Morris Wygant and a United States inspector bore a part. The cougar entered the yard of Mrs. Glodwon while she was hanging up clothes. She did not observe the beast till It was within 25 feet of her, She then turned and saw it ready to spring. She screamed and as the brute leaped toward her threw an armful of clothes over Us head. Her cries and the snarls of the beast Initantly attracted the attention of Mr.'Wyfant and several others. who were In the house, and they en tered ine arena uucucu uy several dogs. For 20 minutes It was nip and tuck between te dogs, the enraged cougar and the men. Finally, after ; tearing the clothes to pieces and In- ' . 1 - . ,1. V- . I jurmg a cuupie vi m uubb, uie ani mal made Its escape Into the brush, apparently uninjured. Beea Laxative Cough Syrup for young and old la prompt relief for coughs, croup, Hoarseness, whooping cough. Gently laxative. Guaranteed. Sold by A. C. Koeppen ft Bros. Washington, June 27. Old Sol will go Into partial eclipse tomorrow morn ing and for over three hours will hide Ills face from tho peoplo of a consid erable portion of the United States. The area In which the eclipse may be observed covers the North American continent south of latltudo 60, as well as South America north of the equa tor and large portions of the Atlantic nnd Pacific oceans, southwestern Europe and west Africa. As the moon Is now at almost Us greatest distance from the earth, It will not, when ap parently directly In front of tho Bun, quite conceal It. The area where such a riictrn observation may ho made ami where the eclipse Is most nearly total Is about 200 miles wide ami ex tends across Mexico, the gulf and Florida. Tho first contact of the eclipse, as viewed in Washington, will begin at 9:27 tomorrow morning, reaching Its greatest degree of obscuration at 11:22 nnd ending at 12:59 o'clock. At itu height, shortly after 11 o'clock, about three-fourths of the sun's rays will be cut off and tho greater part of the United States will pass Into semi-obscurity. As observed In Washington, the moon will appear to pass before the southern part of the sun, beginning at thu. right edge and gradually cover ing all the lower part of the disc. At Its height the eclipse will transform the sun Into a crescent of a width about a third the diameter of the sun. At this time, the shape of the sun can readily be perceived by gazing at It through smoked glass. Little significance Is attached to a partial eclipse of the sun by astrono mers, as all possible observations un der such conditions have already been made. Only a total eclipse now has a scientific Interest, since It af fords opportunities for studying the sun's surroundings not possible at nny other time. Tomorrow's eclipse will begin at 6:12 in San Francisco, at 7:21 In Denver at 8:03 In New Orleans, nt 8:11 In Chicago, at 8:38 In Tampa, at 9:38 In New Tork, at 10:08 In Bos ton and at corresponding differences of time In Intermediate cities. A Grand Family Medicine. "It gives me pleasure to speak a good word for Electric Bitters," writes Mr. Frank Conlan of No. 438 Hous ton street. New Tork. 'It's a grand family medicine for dyspepsia and liver complications; while for lame bnck and weak kidneys It cannot be recommended too highly." Electrlo Bitters regulate the digestive func tions, purify the blood, and Impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak nnd deblllated of both sexes. Sold under guarantee at Tollman ft Co.'s drug store. 60c. Wnminly RocdM Filed. Maxwell Land and Irrigation Co. to Genevieve Reld, $1. Lot 4, block 15, In Hermlston, Ore., original town. Maxwell Land & Irrigation Co. to Hermlston Bank & Trust Co. Lots 13 and 14 In block 12 and lot 6 In block "H" In Second addition to Her mlston. Maxwell Land & Irrigation Co., to Homo Building Co., of Hermlston, lot 8 In block F nnd lot No. 7 In block H In second add to Hermlston, and lot 11 In block 6 In original town of Hermlston. Adam Parr to T. J. Morris, $1. Northwest quarter section 26, town ship 4 north, range 29, E. W. M. W. W. Wilson et ux, to W. H. Kinther, $2700. Commencing at the southwest corner of northeast quarter southeast quarter section 15, town ship 6 north, range 35 E. W. M., running thence east 1320 feet to line of county road; thence northwester ly along west line of county road 457 feet; thence west 1154 feet; thence south 457 feet to beginning, contain ing 13 acres; also the use of water from spring branch for Irrigation. Ellon LIvermore et vlr to J. A. Mc Laughlin, 1200. Lots 11 and 12 In LIvermore addition to Pendleton. Francis Hoult et ux to P. O. Col vln, 14600. West half west half northwest quarter southwest quarter, section 24, township 6 north, range 35, E. W. M., containing 10 acres. J. J. Hlnderman et ux to M. E. O'Reilly, $2000. Beginning at point 136 feet west from southeast corner of Bouthwest quarter southeast quar ter wotlonl, township 2 north, range 32, E.'W. M., running from said point of beginning north 635 feet to south line of Riverside avenue; thence west along south side of Riverside avenue S43 feet; thence south S4J feet; thence east to beginning.. - t The Rent Pllbj Brer Sold. "After doctoring 15 years for chronlo Indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars, nothing has done ms as much good as Dr. King's New Life Pills. I consider them the best pills evor sold: "writes B. F. Ayscue of Ingleslde, N. C. Sold under guar antee at Tallman ft Co.'s drug store. S5o. Construction work on the Alaska- Yukon-Paclflo exposition If 50 per cent completed. Nine buildings are finished or nearlng completion. One application of ManZan Pile Remedy,-for all forms of Plies, soothes, reduces Inflammation, sore- is and Itching. Price 60o guaran teed. Sold by A. C Koeppen ft Bros.