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DAILY EAST OREGOXIAX, PENDLETON. OREGOX, 1 rKSDAY. JULY 15, iftlfl.
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The Season's
'resit Firuits
will be found here first
Keep in touch with us if you want fresh fruits when they first
appear on the market We will handle only the best at price
usually paid for common stock.
STANDARD GROCERY GO.
Phone Main Sf.
"Where All Are Pleased"
Phone Main 83.
117 E. Court Street
114 E. Webb Street, Under State Hotel. PENDLETON, OREGOX
THE OFFICE
Phone Main 299 711 Main Street
PENDLETON, ORE.
FAMILY LIQUOR STORE
A. SCHNEITER, Prop.
Oregon Market
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Don't Gel Confused !
We do not give Trading
stamps of any kind with
purchases here.
INSTEAD
We sell Coupon Books at a
reduction of 5 percent from their
buying power. You can use these
in making your meat purchases
and get from 10 per cent to 15
percent more meat than they will
give ycu elsewhere.
We sell for cash only and
have reduced the price of meat
instead of raising the price and
then giving you trading stamps
which you pay dearly for.
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DOWNEY & MARSH
Phone Main 444
50,000.00 TO LOAN
on Farm Lands at Reasonable Rate of Interest
No Long Waits for Money-
Mark Moorhouse Company
Are You Sick; lesinileiit?. Don't ive up hope
YOU CAX HE CURED BY THE GREAT
HERBS TREATMENT
If you be so unfortunate as to suffer from 'Diseases of the Lungs,
Heart. Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, or if you are afflicted with Asthma,
Catirrh, Blood Poison, Rheumatism, Cancer, Piles, Dizziness, Weak
ness, Female Troubles, or any other known complaint.
Out of Town Patients Cured at Home, Write to Us for Particulars.
HOURS, 10 TO 12 A. 51., 1 TO 7 P. M.
D. R. CHENG, Chinese Herb Company
Newsy Notes
of; Pendleton
StrU'Ui-n With Paralysis,
Grandma" Oliver, mother of R. L.
Oliver, sufferel a slight stroke of
paralysis several days ago but Is re
covering rapidly despite her 8S years.
Commence Laying Brk-k.
Workmen yesterday commenced the
laying of brick on the theater building
being constructed on Alta street by C
F. Colesworthy.
Visiting In Pemllcton.
Miss Emily Abbott and Miss Esther
Keeney of Walla Walla, came over
yesterday to be the guests of Miss Ab
botfs sister, Mrs. Roy Alexander, for
a week.
Body Taken to Pilot Rook.
Accompanied by relatives and
friends of the deceased, the body of
Charles Kearney, the young man who
died here Sunday morning, was taken
to Pilot Rock this morning for Inter
ment in the cemetery at that place.
Ship Roily to Adams.
The body of Miss Pearl Picard, the
19 year old daughter of Mrs. Henry
Picard of Adams who died at the St.
Anthony hospital yesterday afternoon
following an operation which she
underwent some time ago, was shipped
this morning to Adams for Interment.
Mrs. Stockman Is Retter.
W. A. Stockman of Walla Walla Is
over from the Garden City today and
states that his mother! Mrs. W. J.
Stockman of this city, who was taken
to Walla Walla some time ago for
treatment is showing signs of Improvement.
Sues to Recover Horse.
George W. McDonald todav com
menced suit against H. Stewart to re
cover a sorrel mare or Its money
equivalent, alleging that the defend
ant is unlawfully holding it He val
ues the animal at $60 and wants $20
additional as damages. J. B. Perry
is his attorney.
To Rnllil AValk Up Hill.
A new concrete walk will be laid
up the south hill on the west side of
Main street in front of the property
of W M. Blakely, Dr. Holslngton.
Clarence Penland and the American
National Bank. The permit was se
cured today and the contract let to
Averill & Sullivan.
Assessor Strain Is Rack.
C. P. Strain, county assessor, arriv
ed home this morning from Boise and
Caldwell where he has been for some
weeks. While gone he underwent an
operation for a rupture which result
ed from a previous operation. He
withstood the surgical treatment
splendidly and the operation proved
very successful.
Files Cross Complaint.
In the divorce suit of Gustave H
Schubert vs. Edith Schubert the de
fendant today filed an answer and
cross complaint asking that she be
given the divorce, $50 a month ali
mony for the support of herself and
children and $35 a month extra while
the children are in school, $250 attor
ney fees and $75 court costs. James
A. Fee is her attorney.
Julius Wcgner Improving.
Julius Wegner, the pioneer Pilot
Rock farmer, whose angle was crush
ed in an accident last week, is improv
ing In a satisfactory manner, accord
ing to Dr. E. O. Parker, the attend
ing physician, and hopes are enter
tained that his foot will be saved.
The bones were so badly crushed,
however, that It Is too early yet to de
termine whether or not the amputa
tion will be necessary.
Stock in Good Condition.
That there are no diseases preval
ent among Umatilla county stock at
this time and that the stock is in good
condition Is the statement of Dr. C.
W. Lassen, county veterinarian. The
recent livestock sanitary law takes
away some of the duties of his office,
he states and he is not as familiar
with conditions as in the past but de
clares no reports of diseases have
come to him.
The Suffragette Signature.
Now that women have acquired the
ballot and the split skirt, the next
step in the evolutlpn toward the equal
ity of sexes seems to be the "suffra
gette signature." Hotel clerks of Pen
dleton declare that many women are
now signing their names when they
register without the prefix "Mrs." and
with only the Initials of the given
names, so that there is nothing about
the signature which would betray the
sex of the writer to the casual ob
server. Thus Mrs. Charles W. Brown,
who in club circles is known as Sarah
Bard Brown, becomes Just plain S. B.
Brown when she executes her slgna-ta.e.
insurance Conywiilea TuImh lasoo.
Ueports coming from Pasco are to
tho effect that fire insurahce compan
ies are withdrawing from that city be
cause of the large number of disas
trous fires there within the past few
months. Already four companies have
withdrawn, it Is said, and others are
expected to follow unless the city se
cures better fire-fighting apparatus.
Pasco suffered two more fires last
week, one during the early part burn
ing down a Japanese laundry and the
other Saturday destroying three hous
es in the tenderloin, one of which was
insured for $5000.
Hi's Friend Here.
W. L Thompson received a telegram
last evening from his friend William
Kettenbach announcing that an un
conditional pardon has been granted I
by President Wilson to Messrs Ket-j
tenbach and Koster, Lewiston bankers
who had been convicted of misuse of
bank funds It is a case in which the'
two men are said to have been the
victims of perjured testimony and the
outcome shows the present department
of justice does not regard the convic
tion as right. Mr. Kettenbach has
visited here several times as the guest
of Mr. Thompson.
111 sco to Hold Cliautaiiqun.
Pasco Is to be the scene of a Chau
tauqua which will commence tomor
row and last through the 21st, accord
ing to Conductor Gus Bertholet of the
X. P. train. Among the attractions
to be offered are the White City Band
of Chicago, the Georgia Jubilee Sing
ers, the Winona Ladles of Indiana,
the Thavlu Grand Opera Co., Harrell,
the Poston musician, the Chicago
Quartette, the Artist Trio, Ben Chapln,
impersonator of Abraham- Lincoln.
Senator Burkett, Belle Kearney, Gable, j
La Dell and Andress, lecturers and !
entertainers, and Julius Caesar Xay-!
phe. the Athenian. I
You can always do better at the
Golden Rule
Ladies' Amoslu'ajr, Ciiiiliam House Drosses 98
Children's Percale and Ginglinm Dresses 49, 69, 98,
1.49.
Smith Axininisfer IJuirs, 0x12 for $19.50
Ladies' Burson Hose for pair 19
Ladies' Boot Silk Hose for pair 25
Ladies' All Pure Silk Hose, for pair 98
Ladies' Gauze Union Suits 25, 49, G9, 98
Silk Underskirts at $1.98, $2.98, $3.49
Sateen Underskirts at 49 and 9S
Children's Black Sateen Bloomers 25 ami 49
Men's Boston Pad Garter for 15
Men's Blue Lalnd Bil Overalls for 39-
Men's Cheviot Work Shirt for 25
Men's Harvest Blanket, extra heavy at 98
Men's Harvest Comfort, extra heavy, for 9S
M,cn's Leather Gloves, plain wrist for 19
A Good Horse Hide Glove at : 9S
A Calf Skin Glove at 49- and 69
Men's Harvest Shoes, elk sole, at $1.98
Men's Work Sox 5- pair and '3 for 25
Stores v Golden Rule Others Follow
NOT RF.SPOXSIBLF. FOR FUNDS
Supremo Court Holds County Clerk j
Cannot Re Held Those Who
Paid Fees Stand Loss.
SALEM, Ore., July 15. The su
preme court held that John Coffey,
clerk of Multnomah county, is not
liable or responsible for over $15,
000 in court fees which his prede
cessor Frank Fields, failed to turn
over to him. The case was brought
before the courts on a suit for man
damus. The court held those who
paid the fees will have to stand the
loss pending a possible settlement of
the affairs of the bank In which
Fields had the funds deposited when
the institution failed.
SEAMAX SCALDED TO
DEATH OX RATTLKSWI
BOSTON', July 15. An ordinary
seaman was scalded to death and the
chief electrician of the battleship Ne
braska was badly Injured about the
shoulders and arms by an explosion
of a steam valve in the dynamo room.
, The seaman succumbed shortly after
his removal to the marine hospital.
MIKSIXG TACOMA MAX
FOUND; GOES TO HOSPITAL
TACOMA. July 15. After wander
ing about all night Vn the vicinity of
Wright park, in a dazed condition.'
George H. Stevenson, a well known
politician, who disappeared late Mon
day, walked into the home of a
friend today, where after calling up
an attorney he walked to a hospital
where he Is under the care of physi
cians. Stevenson left home giving his
family the impression he intended to
take his own life.
SECOXD DEATH FROM
HYDROPHOBIA IX PORTLAXD
PORTLAND. Ore., July 15 Peter
McDonald, a railroad man, died to
day from hydrophobia. He was bit
ten June 1 by a stray dog and was
brought to a hospital Saturday. lie
was In convulsions until tlie time of
tlcntli. This is the second death from
hydrophobia In five days.
ventlon. At the same time dissimilar
vlded in this city. '
On many sides were heard ex
pressions of approval of Rochester as
a city, ot the Elks as hosts and of
the general arrangements for the con
vention. At the same time rlsslmllar
expressions severely censuring the lo
cal committee In charge of the con
vention and making charges against
Rochester merchants were heard
In this particular the statement of
a delegate from a Western city Is
especially to the point. This dele
gate remarked "that in his opinion
the Rochester merchants were just a
anxious to have the Klks In this city
as they would be to 'have the small
pox." It developed, too, t'lat some of the
larger cities did not appear at the
convention because of the drastic and
arbitrary actions nf the Rochester
union musicians. St. Iuls, It was re
ported, was to send a large delegation
to Rochester with its own band to
participate In the doings of the convention
having pulled into his grain early last
week. Juke Rhode has also begun
work and the hum of his combine Is
to be heard on the Wllzene ranch al-
80.
E. L Smith, the combine dealer,
states that h will start a machine on
the Fred Re se ranch on Despaln
Gulch tomorrow and that Dave Nel
son will com nence cutting his barley
Just north or the city within a day or
two. Wl 1 Duff will pull into his
grain east of the city on Friday and
on Monday Lowell Rogers will begin
on his Adams ranch.
In the Pilot Rock country there
will be a number of farmers com
mence operations this week. How- '
ever, it will be fully a week before the
harvest Is fully under way all over
the country.
HARVEST HAS BEGUN
Harvest is beginning in Umatilla
county. With warm, dry weather pre
vailing, the barley and wheat Is rip
ening fast and already several ma
chines have pulled Into the grain.
From now until the first of August,
other machines will be starting every
day.
Mr. Shumway, a farmer of the Echo
district, brings the news today that
already a number of the farmers have
commenced their harvest down his
way. S. A. Edwards was one of the
first to begin operations, he states.
Having moved to my head
office at Salt Lake City, any one
wishing to write me can do so
at address below.
D. R. CHEN
116 So. M. in Street,
SALT LAI. P., UTAH.
The man who would reach success
hasn't much time to sit under shade
trees by the wayside.
APPRECIATED ELKS
LIKE SMALL POX!
(From the Xew York Journal.)
ROCHESTER. X. Y , July 15. On
the eve of the departure of thousands
of Elks from Rochester after the forty-ninth
convention, visiting Elks to
day criticise with unbridled tongues
various phases of the Rochester con-
Dale Rothwell,
Optician
Glasses scientifically fitted.
Lenses duplicated, Frames and
Mountings repaired.
WITH
HANSCOM,
THE Jeweler
P. O. Building. Pendleton.
The "Soy Gee Herb Co." treat suc
cessfully diseases of throat, stomach,
kidneys, bowels, and all other diseases
with their remedies composed of Chi
nese herbs, barks and roots.
If sick and living out of the city,
write us describing your symptoms
and your letters will receive prompt
and careful attention.
Consultation and examination free.
Soy Gee Herb Co.
224 1-2 Washington St.
Portland, Oregon.
t LATEST PAINLESS OPERATING METHODS
! MODERN DENTISTS
I TAYLOR HARDWARE BLD'G. PENDLETON
ALL ALL
THIS
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WESTERN
TRI-STATE
LEAGUE
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RIVALS
Come out you rooters and fans and help us to win the new race just started.
Week day games called at 3:30; Sunday's game at 3:00 o'clock.
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