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TUESDAY.. I UIY XA, 1H01.
Ladies' Button Shoes
Mies 24 to 3s at
60c Per Pair
30 Pairs Laidies' Black
. .OXKORDS ..
Mm IM to 5 at
WORTH I HOM I'-'.OO to 1 PAIR
Why woar your nice ihotf
to the mountains when you
can buy shown at thetfl
Practical Boot ami Him., ft! an,
Jaa. A. Howard.
Hack (or Teal
B09 your window slmilfs at
Havtt your pictures fmnitt.1 , latrst
styles at Murphy 'a.
$1 shirt wnists, now 4Wr. Cleaver
BroM. Dry tiootls Co
( duck suite, now $L'.9H. 'Uleaver
lira. Pry Hoodt (Jo
Naw designs in wall paper at
Murphy's paint store
Two nearly new
cheap, Inquire of I'eter West.
Cherrlea, peach plums, uret'ii apples,
vegetable at llawley Hrotliurs.
All kinds of luneh goods and camp
lag supplies at Hawley Hrotliers.
Hirst claeH wheat pasture for MVUIl
and horses. Inquire of I'eter West.
We will dost- out our i-ntire Inn ..i
Steel ranges al cost. Baker a r'olsom.
'2!yr summer goods to close at ISM
per yard. Cleaver Bros, dry hhk
If you are looking (or something new
you will find it at the Standard
Midsummer aale of wash goodx, MM
half prir.. ('leaver Urn- lirv
(tolled ham, root heer, chip potatoen,
(resh eggs, new notatoea, ItHHrtll
Finest hams and lard on the market.
Home product; try it, its guaranteed.
Hchwars A (treulieh.
Lost Between Pendleton and Pilot
ho. i. a pair of tine ahoes. Finder
please leave at In office.
Ice cream (or parties and lodge
sociables at special prices, qualito
guaranteed. Candy Mutton.
For rent Seven room house, lot
shade, six blocks from Main street on
West Webb. Apwly at tin- olli.v.
Creaeent bicycles on the installment
plan at the Crescent agency in the Kant
Dragoman building, payments $1 a
week, no interest.
R. Martins is headquarters (or all
kinds o( vegetables frexh from the
garden every morning, (ruit jars, extra
caps and rubbers.
Strayed iroin Pat Kine'n place, i I t
sucking pigs, nyune knowing where,
atiouta of aame will kindly uutit)
Schwar. , QfialMli
The Standard Orocery company will
have a large shipment of Scotch oat
within a (ew daya. Please leave yor
orders early, and avoid the rush.
Dr. W. M. YanPatteu of Walla
Walla will be at llingham Springs
Irom July 20 to August 80. Part
visiting the spring can depend upon
t.i.iviug medical attention if
The homeliest man in 1'. -n.il.
wall an the handsomest, and Qthan
are invited to call on any ilrogglal
and get free a trial Ixittle of K p
Balsam (or the throat and lungs, a
remedy that is guaranteed to cure ami
relieve all chronic ami acute cough
asthma, hroncihtis and consumpt
I'n.e 26c and 60c. For sale by Tall-
A Co., sole agent.
Hammocks, camp chairs. NoK's.
C. Kohrman has received a aolid car
of jell glasses and tumblers which is
the largest shipment that ever came to
Pendleton. Prices only :t0 cents per
A suite of rooms in the East Ore
iron i a ii building, hot and cold water,
bathroom, (or $11 a month during the
summer. Apply at the Fast Oregonian
THE WALLA WALLA CASES
Sunday Closing Crusade Takes a Naw
Walla Walla, .Inly 23.-Notwith-standing
that convictions were secured
in alPtnree cases tried last week for
violations of the Sunday closing law,
the same parties were arrested again
Monday upon warrants charging the
same offense, committed Sunday.
DiflafMf from these cases last week
the complaint were filed and the war
rant issued Monday from the superior
court, where the case will De tried.
Prosecuting Attorney Oscar Cain in ex
plaining his reason (or bringing these
actions in the superior court, said
"A heavier penalty can be given there
ami then again the cases are all ap
pealed from the justice court and are
taken tn the superior court anyway, so
both time and expenses are saved."
Mr. Cain says that he has plenty of
evidence that all three of the defen-
.l:mti, Schwarti, Schneidisch anil
Casev kept their places of business
open yesterday, and in fact, made no
pretene . . t closing. He reiterates his
assertion of last week that the pro
vi-i iiih ol this law will be enforced
and miles the law is held unconstitu
tlooal by the courts, men who attempt
t" openly violate its provisions will
I, likely to go broke Anally before
tliec get thoroughly advised in the
BOXING C0NTBST COMING.
Kvent Occurs This Weak. Saturday night
at the Frazar,
Popp i on the ground and Irwin
will arrive tonight on the 6:1") train,
Loth men readv (or the iray. This
I.. .ut will he watched with interest bv
tln Spokane baseball club, and the
Portland Pastime club, as the winner
will be matched with Pol Hawkins
(or the next big show on the 27th o(
In regard to who will be the winner,
the sports are evenly divided, Po
neine the older, havinu (ought all
top nntchers in his class. Toby Irwin
the lad whom he (aces next Saturday
evening i the pride of the light
weight, lie will lie the noxt man in
California to meet McUovarn some
time this fall. It can also be aaid that
Irwin ia fought two hard goes in
Portland in the last six weeks. Ilia
manager, llnldy Bishop, is very loud
in praise, speaking of his protege, and
says he will be the lightweight chain
pnui before the snow llle
The taxing contest will lie refereed
hv a local man. Seat nan be had at
all the resorts. Any parties out of
town wishing seats can drop a postal
card to Tallman A Co. There will be
two preliminaries by the beat local
talent, which will furnish sport tor
ANOTHER SMALLPOX PATIENT
JOHN HHINKI V BROUGHT PRUM
NBR MONDAY BV8NING.
Cass Is Quarantined at ths Brooks House
on Lower Alta Straal.
John Brlakly, formerly agent (or the
Spokeeman-Review and lately proprie
tor o( a cigar atore on Main street
here naar the Max Baer building, was
brought (rom Happner Monday even
ing, and is at the Hronks house on
lower Alta street sick with the small
pox. Mr. Brinkly has on the
road (or the Chicago Portrait com
pany, and waa sick with smallpox be
fore going to Heppner. lie does not
know where he contracted the disease
He has been in Raker City during the
past month, and elsewhere, hut cannot
tell where he came Into contact with
The house in which Hrinkly is kept
ha been placed underonarantine. and
it ie hoped that he will recover very
Mr. Brinkly was accompanied by
Mrs. Brinkly, who was with him at
The car in which Mr. Brinkly rode
to Pendleton was fumigated Monday
evening by Dr. Henderson, and pre
cautions will be taken to guard against
spread of the disease or the slightest
danger from the presence here of Mr.
Brinkly atllicted with smallpox.
PBOPLB HBRB FOR A DAY.
(RAND LODuK OP HHP MKN
Baker City July 83-27.
ror the above occasion the O. R. A
N. Co. will sell ticket- on the certifi
cate plan to Baker Citv and return for
in- .ui.l .iiie-tliir.l lare.
MBACHAM SUMMBR nun I SCHOOL.
Msacham. Oregon. July 23 to August .
Kor the above occasion the O. R. A
N. Co. will sell tickets on the cer-
t ilii ate plan ..t .i rate ol one ami one
lo the stockholders of the Oregon
lliiilding A Loan Association pleae
take notice, that the annual meeting
of the "to.kholders ol the Oregon
Kiiilding A; Loan association will be
held at the office of the company in
the town now city ol Pemlleton on
In. -day. July M, IU01 from 7 p. in to
If 10 p. in. (or the purpose of electing
directors and auditors and (or the
transacting ( such other business aa
m.n . oine before the meeting.
luted at Pendleton, Or., June 2,
0. W. BROWM FIELD,
O. C. Osborn, who will go down in
history as "Doc" Osborn, manager of
"Osborn' Colts," Which being inter
preted means the Athena baseball
team, was in Pendleton on Monday.
Mr. Osborn has disabnded his team for
the season, and will await the coming
of another year before giving any
further attention to such matters.
Meanwhile, he will assiduously attend
to the drug husineas which he con
ducts in Athena. Speaking of baseball,
he aaid: "1 hope that the managers
of amateur teams hereabouts will not
insist on carrying the sptt too far
into t he season . and I ha t hey will
thus preserve the interest that has
market) it this year. The weather is
now too hoi to permit a verv large at
tendance at the games, and there will
not be much profit in any long con
tinuance. Next year, I hope, the
game will nave held the interest that
has marked it this season ami that ail
the towns herealsnuts will have as
good teams as they hail l hi year. Per
haps people do not know it , lint never
theleas it is true thai they have seen a
whole lot beiter ball here in the In
land hmpire towns than residents of
such siied towns usually an privilege,!
to witness. Pendleton, Athena, Walla
Walla and other towns have had hue
amateur teams, who have played very
good ball. No one has been hi Iked
this vear who paid to see a game.
Kvery game that I have seen has lieen
worth the price of admission charge, I "
Mr. Osborn will make up season'" re
port for his team in a few days, show
ing it to iiave a percentage of about H6H
for 21 games played.
A. It. Thompson, who was joint rep-
reeentative in the last legislative ses
sum, is in town from his Hotter creek
ranch home. Mr. Thompson say t ie
range is very dry. Stockmen are not
pleased with tlief prevailing conditions,
and are anxiously awaiting the fall
rains. Filiating conditions must pre
vail until the summer has passed.
0, W. Hunt, of the big Mm ranch.
la in town to, la-.
Judge (i. A. Hartuiau left on this
mornings train for Milton.
Baker City hotel arrivals are: The
Sagamore, Max Moorhead . The St,
Laurence, I. B. Keeder.
Judge A. M. Solis of Jacksonville
spent Sunday night in Pendleton. He
IH en route to Maker Clt
A. L. Swaggart, arrived in Pemlle
ton on Mondav night' train, from
Athena. He will return home today.
F. G. Mitchell arrived on this
morning s train from Mingham spring,
where Tie has been stiendiiig hi vaca
Mrs. Lee Moorhouse arrived in Pen
dleton on Monday night's train from
Athena, where she has been visiting
Kev. F. L. Forbes returned Mon
day evening from Walla Walla, where
will lie St. Inn, Missouri, where he
will meet the managers of associate
establishment at Walla Walla, Mos
cow, Colfax and Kllllpal, who :ire
going east on a similar mission. Mr.
I.xons will lie absent about six weeks.
0, W. Webh left fnr Wallace, Idaho,
on Monday night's train where he will
visit his son, A. ti. Webb, formerly
of Pendleton. Mrs. Frank Krasier, ac
companied her father ami will con
tinue her journey to Hutte, Montana,
to join her husband. Mr. ami Mr
Fraaier will return to Pendleton ahout
Miss Florence Holland, who accom-
named her father. P 0, Holland, on
a journey through the Inland l.mpire
while the latter arai railing on cus
tomers ol the Pacilic Paper company,
returned home to Portland Monday
night, being escorted than by Mr
Harry Jackson who will visit with
Oscar I.. Cox ol Portland arrived
in Pendleton this morning as a repre
sentative ol the Voting Men's Chftl
tin Association, with the yiew of
putting new life into the proposition
for a branch association in Pendleton,
. (or which a fund of about fMOO was
(raised by popular -ul -crintinu. Mr
Cox will remain here until he gels the
association in running order.
F. M. Fignor came tome this morn
ing from the Philippine-. lie was a
member of the 45th regiment of (Jnltatl
States volunteer. Company K Mr.
Figner enlistisl in September !"' '
at Denver, Colo. . ami was mnsatrVM
out June 11, from second reserve Ros
pital nt Manila, arriving at San Fran
cisco on July HI. He has lived at lin
dane for seven years, and has been it
resident of this locality for 16 years.
Mr. Kigner served in Southern l.U'oii
which country he declare is tit on
as a habitation of the native Initial,,.
lie "ha no use" for the islands on
was mailt I y a druist re
cently in an Bittern town.
In putting up a prescription
lha wrong Ingredient was
used and a child's life was
A groat many mistakes art
made every day in making
light bread and cake. The
wrong baking powder it used
ami the lift goes out of the
light broad or cake. When
you use Owl Baking Powder
there is no mistake Pound
Owl Tea House.
Jelly (ilasses a dozen.
The largest ami best line
of feather dusters ever
displayed in Pendleton,
Honu Sals oft.
aale of the HA. KM worth of
lor the completion of the
gravity water system and the distribu
tion system at Haker Citv la oil. A
let tor wa received Iroui the Thump
son-Crawtord -fenny company, of
Chicago, the neople who bid for and
at Brad the bond, stating that the
reason why they refused the bonds was
baoanaa the ordinance authorising
their aale did not specify the date upon
which they were to be laauad. Ihat,
in their opinion, was a fatal defect,
hence their rulusal to take them.
Local Proauaa Market.
Pendleton dealers are paying the fol
lowing price- (or ranch and farm pro
butter, M Ut :16c par roll.
I UOc per- dox.
twnUft (live, l-"c per pouud.
. o m, per dozen.
Ducks 14.00 per diuen
Chickens 60 to ft. 60 par dufeu.
.New potatoes are coming into the
market freely. Healers are paying 2c
per bound ami retailing them at L"ai
lie preached morning an
Kicks J by a Horn.
K. J. I mini. nigs, who wa
at a raueh three miles aaat .01 Pilot
Kock, waa badly bruised Monday
morning, baing kicked in the face by a
horse, t timmiug wan about to get on
the animal's back when it wheeled
ami began kiekiug, striking Mr. dim
ming Tn the jaw, cutting quite a gaah.
He hail his wound attended to by Dr.
0. J. Hmith, and will be all right in
a few davs.
TALLMAN & CO B
0a Tuesday, August b, and Tuoadav
,-ptemher 3, the O. K A N. Co. will
sell tickets to the Pan-American a
sition rluftaio, N. V., at 176 with
unit of aiitv
days to liu Hal,- and re
BAR6AIM8 IN 8N0E8
Men's Tan Shoes
AJJ Short Lines
( o, ne and examine good and k,-i priuea.
THE PENDLETON SHOE 00.
VVm. Fitzgerald, Mauager.
Tom Vaughan arrived in I'cudleton
this morning from Astoria, where
has been visiting Ins brother. Dr
Miss Minnie Itateman left Monday
morning for her home in Cal i m,,
She has bean a guest of Mrs. M. M
brown of Pendleton.
W. h. Bradley of Pendleton left
Monday night (or Boise, Idaho, to at
tend the Miuiug Cougress to com
in -ii, e there on July 24.
Mrs. K Wi Wamslev and Mrs. Wil
ham l'ltxgerald left on last evening
train for fcairview, near Portland
where they will rusticate for a week or
K 11. Stantield, arrived Monday
night from his ranch ou Ifiltter ,-i, , ,
where he has been for the past moot I
Crops in that locality are in good con
Dr. and Mrs. h. A. aiighan who
have been in Astoria as guests ol In
Frank augtiaii, are uow in Portlan
and expect to return home during
W 8. Ureu, of Oregon City, ia
town eu route to other hlastern Oregon
towns. lie is prominent as the leader
of the movement for the initiative
K. K Van Antwerp left on Monday
night's train, for Walla Walla. He
has been soliciting subscriptions for
the Morning Oregonian of Portland
during ten days paat.
Miss Myrtle liawkes, who lias been
employed at the St. Joe Store, has
entered the employ of W. 6. Byers anil
11! aaaist her lather in keenim; the
hooka of Mr. Hyers' Uouriug mill
laesey L. Stewart anil wife, who
recently returned from a globe trotting
lour, are uaok from a abort stav at
Teal Springs and are now preparing to
permanently locate in leudlaton, if
tbay can secure suitable residence
Hank Smith, who was injured
Malttraay lu a runaway near Caiie
Horn, a point on the Willow Springs
roan t,. uamaa rrairie. was reported
this morning to be in such serious con
dition that he may not recover from
the iujuriae inflicted in that time.
Mr. and Mra. T. B. Swearingen left
on Monday night's train for Seattle
aud Whatcom for a visit of several
weeks, goiug via the W. A C. R. K.
and the N. P. Mr. fSweannaeii's
brother, Dan hwaarinuen. from Tmro
Iowa, want to Portland, and will join
them at Whatcom.
K. M. l.n vua, of the St Joe Htore
leaves tonight for a tour of the east
ern markets in the interests of his es
tablishmeut. Uia lirst atoouiug ulace
The Pendleton Academy
The chiwdeitl course pre pan lot en
trilllce t0 F laallllMIII class iii such col
lege its Yale, Princeton mid Stanford.
The institution hit la-en placed upon
the AeeMdtted idst by thentata Boaid
of education, so Ihat graduate- tire ad
milled t slate cert Mcatex.
A htisilieaa course e, piiil to the Is'st
i. ii- in. - college Is otic red.
Full term begiliH NeptenilsT '.th .
RBV. F. L. FORBBB, M Ph.,
Pendleton, Oregon. PfUtelpel
Fall term oM'i i Sept. l'J, HOI. The
buildings are being renovated on the
liustt approved modern method- aud
are lighted by electricity. Th. young
er Istya receive careful attention from
a i-oiupe lent matron. Send for Illus
lu the bet of
vr ftu.i Willi tut- airuunehi va n, ,,-, i .
fetliun lusured against brtutk,luwu to bavo
rrpalnug jol, dout) by u. Use a great ai,i
larluui, wbich i,:iiui, . dotuairiua tuvahiis ...
perfect bealtb, we can make a liilaplaated ve
hicle loek like new again. Huch resulu are
iiiaut' HMiiuia by our aktll, p. risiit-t- ale' u
perlur facillliea. I'bargo low
Farmers Custom Mill
Fred Walters . Proprietor.
Capacity, U0 barren- a day.
flour axe banged lor wbeat.
floor, Mill fetsl, Ubuppetl feed, sic., alwsyi
iiUniiard raaady Igr Ulaet
tiunurrtiuia artd Kunniuoa
IN 48 HOURS. Curat Kid
n sad Bladder Iruublsa
ST. JOE STORE
We ire offering
In all departments of our store.
Save Money by Trading
LARGEST STOCK in lh
coi n i v to SELECT PROM.
LYONS MERCANTILE CO.,
Shades. Curtain I'oles, Mirrors,
is tin center of attraction and de
serves unusual attention. Wheth
er you intend to furnish your house
complete or just contemplate the
addition of I few necessary pieces,
this is your opportunity. Over
twenty live different styles of
Dressers, Commodes, Parlor I-ur-nitttre.
Carpets, Mattings, Window
Picture!, llaln Cabs, Go-Carts, etc.
UndertakiiiK ParlOfl in Connection.
Main and Webb St-.
William J. Bryi
Editor and PuhlUh.,
Payable .., A
No travelinR canvasser, (
r...vi. icrnis ior
am sent on annlio.au.
money should be sent by
order, Express order, aril
waaMi .i iit!w York or Cu.
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uwi nciiu lutiivuiiiai chec
The Commoner per year
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acmi-weekly hast Oregonian
Daily East OreKonian
These firms handle
and guarantee it
G. R. Demon
Oliver & Co.
White House Grocery
Alexander & Hexter
Ask for it.
J. M. BP6NCB, Aj(t.
1 io Kl.uel that ia
MH i!i :h In Quality
Prices From $22 to $60.
Road wheels; - - $35,
Ohainless Crescents $60.
Boys and Girls Wheels $22.
1900 Models as low as $15, $20, $25.
Went Wheel, supplied with spring frame,
and Morrow counter brkaj or wit!, either.
Tmai of payment to iuit tuistomere, with
lntererd. Call ami mi -a mZiZZl
East Orogunian Buildiny.
T R A N S K EH, Orejan. Most F.moZT
KIN;, The Hotel Flavel
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Orogouian. Daily 95.00 a yoar by
mail. Weakly ai.su. ami Semi.
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