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DAILY EAST OKEOOMAX, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1B08.
EIGHT PAGES. . .. i . . PAGE EIGHT. We Are Headquarters for the Famous ECONOMY FRUIT JARS Once Tried, Always Used. Phone Your Order Standard Grocery Co. Court St., Opp. Golden Rule Phone Main 96 NEWSPAPERS 1 ST IT IIP til If SAMPLE OF IMPOSSIBILITY TO PLEASE EVERYBODY. Land Owners, Merchants, Business out more for rent thereby reducing their bank deposits by that much. I They protest against the publlca tlon of the fact that there Is never a 1 failure In Umatilla county despite the absence of rain will have the effect of i ! raising rents to such an extent that renters will be unable to get rich from Indian land short of three or four years. So there you are. If you do, you are cursed, and If you don't you are Examinations Finished. The teachers', examinations were finished this afternoon, but the grad ing of the papers was not completed and will perhaps bo finished Monday. Most of tho teachers left for their homes either last evening or at noon today and the work of grading the papers Is now In progress at the court house. Principal W. II. F-leakney of Pendleton ncademy, Prof. L. W. Kee ler of the Echo public schools, and County Superintendent Frank K. Welles composed the examining board. Wheat Shipments Heavy. James O. Cutler, assistant superln. tendent of the Northern Paclffc with headquarters at Walla Walla, came In over the line this morning and Is well pleased with the outlook for heavy wheat shipments all along the Northern Pacific In Oregon and Washington this season. Harvest Is now nearlng completion along the Northern Pacific and wheat hauling Is now at Us height. ' TRANSFORMING NUMEROUS CHANCES ARE NOW UNDER WAY. Interior Being Remodeled and E 1 urged Roof Gutters Replaced IU-ttcr Acoustic Arrangement or Band and Sinker's Staud l'oun tuiu Moved to Center. and Professional Men Pleased With cursed, so what will the newspapers Glowing Accounts of Possibilities do? of Soil, But White Renters of In. dlan Land Object. People who think that running a newspaper, booming the country and publishing optimistic screeds about big wheat yields, high priced land and other similar brain productions, is a pleasant task, should disabuse their minds of this Idea. All during the harvest season the East Oregonian has taken pride In publishing the boasted wheat yields of this exceedingly dry season and has taken especial pleasure In saying that the wheat crop of Umatilla coun ty Is almost normal despite the lack of rain. All of this has pleased land own ers, merchants, business and profes sional men and has had a decidedly beneficial effect throughout the coun ty, state and nation as It advertised Umatilla county as one of the places where failures are absolutely un known. But Imagine the surprise which was brought to this office this morning by several we! known reservation renters who have harvested but aver age crops this year. They said that the boasting articles in the East Ore gonian and other Umatilla county pa pers had had the effect of raising rent from Jl to $2 per acre on the land they are farming and they con sider that the optimistic articles In question have therefore damaged them personally by making them pay Will Hunt in Curry County. Attorney G. W. Coutts and Edgar P. Averlll, editor of the East Oregonian will leave tonight for Curry county, where they will go to the head of Pistol river, a wild section of Oregon on a five weeks' hunting evxpeditlon On the way they will visit with their wives for a few days at Long Beach. Mr. Averlll is a native of Curry coun ty and will go back to his old haunts for an outing in the ruggedest, most Inaccessible mountains of Oregon They have promised about two tons' of "jerked" venison to friends in this city. COLDS The very hour a cold starts Is the time to check it. Don't wait It may become deep-seated and the cure will be harder then. Every hour lost at the start may add days to your suf fering. Take F Cold & S Capsules Will Try Country Life. F. F. Perham, who. has been em ployed for many years in the mer chandise stores of Lee Teutsch and R. Alexander, has decided to quit the town and try to recuperate his fall- Ing health on the farm. He has rent ed the Lee Curtrlght farm on Mc Kay creek and is now moving his family to that place. The Perham home at 812 West Court street will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Willard Bond after August 26, the date of their wedding. When the fair pavilion In this city is opened for the third district fair on September 28, those who are fa miliar with the Interior of the build ing will not recognize it on account of the numerous chunges which are to be made during the next few weeks, Workmen are now engaged in re modeling the interior of the, pavilion and replacing the 900 feet of gutters under the eaves. The cost of replac Ing the gutters will be In the neigh borhood of $200, but this improvement will prevent rain from dropping Into Is Huntley a Hero? A report from Long Beach that J. J. Hamley, the harness man tne pavilion and Is absolutely neces of this city, rescued a woman from Ly drowning, but Mr. Hamley, who re- when the band stand Is rearranged turned last evening from that popu- anJ placed jn the center east of the lar resort, says the report has been paviion there will be no posts around greatly exaggerated and that the wo- lt t0 obscure the view of the musl man was really in no danger of being ci,lnSi and it is also proposed to erect drowned. It Is believed that Ham- a 8nield or canopy over the "band ley's natural modesty is Inducing him stand, In order to throw the muslo to make light of the affair. Two Bl Realty Sales. Two bonds for deeds calling for large sums to be paid for Umatlla county realty, have Just been filed with Recorder F. W. Hendley. J. H. Hall has Just purchased from J. W. Ray and wife a tract of land near Gurdane for the sum of $12,000, and M. H. Rice has Just purchased a tract from Frank B. Pennlck near Free, water, for $6000. Muy Hear Alton B. Pnrker. Efforts are now being made In this city to arrange for a special car from this city to Portland on next Tuesday, the occasion of the political speech of Judge Alton B. Parker In Portland. Will M. Peterson, chair man of the democratic central com mittee, is endeavoring to secure enough who wish to hear Judge Par ker, to make up a party for a special car. out into the pavilion and to make it easier to speak from the platform of the mlslc stand. Heretofore it has been almost Impossible to hear speaker from the band" stand on ac count of the lack of acoustic protec tion. The fountain and palm garden will also be rearranged this season and green things will be seen growing In the vicinity of the fountain If the plans of the committee are carried out. It Is the Intention of the commit tee to transplant a lot of grass, grain shrubs and flowers and have them ac tually growing In the soil about the fountain, giving a realistic appear ance to the Interior of the pavilion. This with the decorations of sheaf grain will give the pavilion a delight ful appearance and will make It pleas- anter and more appropriately "dress ed up" for fair purposes. Injured in Runaway. Dr. and Mrs. Ramsdall of Cove, who are friends of Major Lee Moore- house and family of this city, were thrown from their buggy In a run- BIGGER STATE FAIR. Improvements to the Value of $9000 Ordered this Year. At a meeting of the state board of agriculture, held at the fair grounds May Go to Marshfleld. R. Alexander, president of the Commercial association, and Judge Stephen A. Lowell are considering ac cepting their invitations to attend th first meeting of the Northwest Devel opment congress, to be held in Marsh field August 24 and 25. Business en gagements alone will be permitted to Interfere with their going.. Sirs. Davis Is Manage. Mrs. Cora M. Davis of Union, pres. ldent of the Woman's Relief corps of Oregon and former grand chancellor of the Pythian sisters of Oregon, has Just been elected supreme grand man ager of the Pythian sisters at the su preme grand lodge session at Boston. Used In time they save all that might follow sickness, worry, ex penses. They never fail. Tallman & Co. Leading Druggists. TEA ' Good tea, close price. There is no other way to build a good business or keep a good business. Tour jrocer returni your money H yon don'! Hit Scbillios'i Best: wt pi? him. City Property for Sale Building lots from $300 to $1000 Five-room dwelling, one lot $1400.00 Two lots and dwelling, chicken fencing and house $800.00 Seven-room dwelling and two lots $2000.00 Five room dwelling, barn and four lot $1500.00 A home In any part of the city. FRANK B. CLOPTON & CO. 1 12 . Court St.. Pendleton Ore. away at Cove yesterday and fell upon yesterday, improvements to the extent the sidewalk, severely Injuring Mrs. of 4500 were authorized, says the Sa Ramsdall and little daughter, the lnt- Iem Journal. ter having her collar bone broken. A commodius office, 4 5x52 feet, for the secretary of the fair will be erect- Irelleiit ITeneh to Portland. ed. An addition to the stables, which President Robert C. French of will house 40 more horses.a large ad Weston Normal school, left on the dition to the creamery building and 1 SHIRT. SALE Shirts that once were originally priced from $1.25 to $3.00, and considered good bargains at that, are now sellin for 75 cents. See Corner Window Roosevelt's Boston Store Where You Trade to Save. Remarkable Announcement. Bond Bros, announce the opening of their $15.00 suit sale Monday morning, August 17. We have 400 men's suits In sizes from 34 to 48, all this season's styles In Alfred Benjamin & Co.'s correct clothes, for men, the prices on theso suits are from $25.00 to $35.00. For this week only, commencing Monday morning, you can take your choice for $15.00. Lost year our $15.00 suit sale was the most successful sale ever hold In Pendleton, the reason for Its success was the values given. Remember, you can get any of the famous Al fred Benjamin suits for $15.00. It will pay you to attend this remarka ble sale. The suits are all patterns and weights that will do for fall and winter as well as right now. DeWltt's Kidney and Bladder Pills will promptly relieve all Kidney and Bladder disorders. Sold and recom mended by Tallman & Co. Thirteen Chinese gamblers were ar rested and fined $140 In Portland. The men were arrested In the first raid In that city for months. early train this morning for Port- land, where he goes In the interest of the school. Wedding Cards Out. Invitations are out for the mar riage of Miss Ethel Hayes of Port. land to Willard Bond of this city. The ceremony is to bp performed in Portland, Wednesday, August 26. new quarters for the collie dog ex hibit will also be built at once. It Is expected that all the work will be completed before the fair opens. The remodeled grandstnnd has been accepted and the board has author ized a high wire fence to be built around It. The cost of the Improve ment on the grandstand was $4000. Altogether about $9000 has been ex pended for Improvements at the state fair grounds this year. TODAY Superintendent D. W. Campbell of the O. It. & X., Is In the city today from Portland on a tour of the sys tem In eastern Oregon. .171 HUNTING LICENSES HAVE BEEN ISSUED. Birds Said to Be Plentiful In the Hills Thousands Hays Kidney Mle and Never Suspect it Prevalence of Kidney IM.eu.e. Most people do not realize the alarm' and Manv (inns Will Crook Along U'S ""-"" d"u y .... I ... , . .1 . .. . .. I . f - 1 . Birch t'reck.n Tomorrow, Whilekidnevdis- orders are the most common diseases that pre vail, tli e y are almost the last recognized by patient and phy sicians, who con tent themelv A MUTUAL AFFAIR It is not a selfish end we urge by continually pointing you to the advantage of saving lt Is a mutual advantage. You need us, and we need you. We render a service that nothing else can give and pay you four per cent to boot, and pay you Interest twice a year. There Is no better or safer place for your Idle money, either small or large amounts, than In our Savings De partment. Commercial National Bank United. States Depository The grouse season opened In east ern Oregon today,- August 15, and a large number of sportsmen will spend Sunday In the Blue mountain woods In search of birds. Because of the protection afforded the grouse by "' fpelri.:j the effcctn, while the the forest rangers and the scarcity what To Do. of destructive fires this season, the There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Jviimer s SwaniD-Koot. the ereat kidnev reined v ly large this season and hunting fulfills everv wish in curing rheumatism nromlHea tn he eood. pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder During the present year 374 t- !F TOHX ers' licenses have oeen issueu in uma- and scalding pain in passing it, or bad tllla county, a large number having eitects louowing use oi liquor, wine oi been secured recently as the grouse rf being compeiled ?0 g0 oftcll season has approached. during the day, and to get up many I. u. . . . Ami -a On all the upper ridges of the Blue times during tlie night, ine mild ami mn.ln- In h vlelnltv ,.f Meehnm l"c "' " .F-.V. 1 l.r U IU 1 .7 lit . . ..... J t w Truth and Quality appeal to tho Woll-Informcd In every walk of life and are essential to per manent success and creditable stand Ing. Accordingly, It is not. claimed that Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna Is the only remedy of known value, but one of many reasons why lt Is the best of personal and family laxatives Is tho fact that It cleanses, sweetens and relieves tho Internal organs on which It acts without any debilitating after effects and without having to Increase the quantity from time to time. It acts pleasantly and naturally and truly ns a laxative, and Its component parts are known to and approved by physicians, as lt Is fiee from a!) objectionable substances. To get Its beneficial effects always purchase th genuine manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrnp Co., only, and for sale by all leading druggists. ' GEO. KURKLE FRANK TULLI3 PENDLETON CASH MARKET, Formerly Umatilla Meat Co. Fresh Meats and Poultry. Phone Main 101. Quick Delivery. Ten Good Reasons Why You Should Stop at "The Cornelius" The Best in Portland. Situated In the center of the shopping district. One block from the clanging street can. Not so expensive aa some other hotels . Sixty rooms with private bath. Long distance and local tele phones In every room. , Writing desk In every room. Carpeted throughout In the best velvet carpets. The rooms are furnished In solid mahogany. Every room contains a heavy solid Simmons brass bed on which Is a 40 or 60-pound hair mattress. The furnishings and general ap pearance of the public rooms must be seen to be appreciated. THE CORNELIUS. Park and Alder streets, Portland's newest and most modern equipped hotel, solicits your patronage and assures you good service and courteous treatment. An exceptional hotel for Eastern Oregon families who ome to Portland shopping and sight-seeing When next In Portland give us a chance to make you look pleas ed. THE CORNELIUS Free 'Bus meets all trains. Europlan. N. K. CLARKE, Mgr. C. W. Cornelius, Proprietor Agricultural College COKVALMS, OREGON". Offers collegiate courses In Agriculture, Including Agrono my, Horticulture, Animal Hus bandry, Dairy Husbandry, etc.; Forestry; Domestic Science and Art; Civil, Electrical, Mechani cal and Mining Engineering; Commerce; Pharmacy. Offers elementary courses In Agriculture, Forestry, Domestic Science and Art, Commerce, and Mechanic Arts, including forge work, cabinet making, steam fitting,- plumbing, ma chine work, etc. Strong faculty, modern equip ment; free tuition; opens Sep temper 25. Illustrated catalogue with full information on application to tho Registrar, free. Good Trade Is The Best Why not learn a profitable trade?--It's thebestjcapital. To men, women and boys who want to be In dependent, we teach watchmaking, engraving and optics, and give an opportunity to earn money while learning. Our terms put this chance with in reach of all. Write fdr particulars and let us put you on the road to Independence. Seattle Watchmaking and Engraving School 4th & Pike Sts. SEATTLE jtfj,; and Kamela young birds, now nearly full grown, are plentiful and are eas. lly found and the rush to the moun tains during the first few weeks of the open season will toe well rewarded. is soon reali.ed. It Btaiuls the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best. Sold by drug gists in fifty-cent and one-dollar sizes. You may have a sample Dottie ana a book that tells all about it. both sent free s"rr' bv mail. Address Dr. L lilK Kilmer & Co.. Bin?- G. M. Salisbury of the United hamton, N. Y. When Hoowoi Swimp-Root States land office at Clayton, N. M., writing mention this paper and don'l , , ,. .... , ,,. tt. make Bny mistake, but remember th b In the city today looking over Uma- namej Kilmer.'s Swamp.Root an(J tllla county. the address, Binghamton, N. Y. ARRIVING New Fall Goods THE MEN'S MAX BAER SHOP