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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1901)
- VTI RDAT. AUGTJPT 17. 1H01
to write adp but
w ar- selling
aud are giving
the beet values
in town for
Practical Boot and Shot- Men.
J a. A. Howard. Farm loans.
Martin' ii the place for nice vene-
for Teal spring-, telephone
(to.nU in Mm
Finaat line of Innrh
ity at Martini'.
$1 abirt waists, now I" Oh
Bros. Dry Goods Co.
B dock salts, MM
Broa. Dry Goodt Co.
We are cloning out fruit jar at ml
at the Standard Grocery Co.
First class wheat pasture for Battle
and horses. Inquire of I'eter V
Yoo can save mnnev no hv baying
yoor jars at the Hundanl grwe-v
For house moving see Geo. Bfa M
leave orders at Newman ' Cig -t
26c summer goods to close .it
uer yard. Cleaver Broa. Irv Oaodl
Yoo ought to sae A. I. Mni'i I
f'orter's red fir wood. telephone main
Midsummer sale of wash BMBa
half pries. Cleaver Hr.
If yoo trade at Martin's you will be
treated right and yoor orders will be
Lota 2 and 3 in block 140. Reserve
addition above ht. Joseph V acaden
for sale cheap luauire of 1'ete: W
Crescent birvclec on the insta 1 1 m :
plan at the Crescent agency in the Last
Oregonian building, payment II a
week, no interest.
Wanted To correspond witL far as ail
that will have second and Ibird gr.oi.
wheat to sail tbis season. O. R i kJi
ion, fort I an. I. Ore.
Cannon 'a wild cherry, ginger ami
lemon phosphates. Delicion aud
healthy drink for hot wsather, Hi and
Saw par bonis at Hawley Broa.
Wsnted - Klderlv man who m lei
Htamle gardening, raisin,- melon ami utei
frnita by irrigation. Address giving
particulars, R. K W. gpargnr. law
t. J. Murphy has now the ni"t
complete line of wall paper and BOfd
era ever shown in Pendleton All the
latest sbades and design V.hi
should see the atuck.
The homelier' man in Pendleton a
wall as the handsomest, and other
are invited to oall on apy druggist
aud get free a trial bottle of Ki
balsam for the throat and lungs, a
remedy that la guaranteed u .lire ami
relieve all chronic anil acute i
asthma, bruueihtia and couauuiption.
Pries 26v and SOc. For sale by Tall
man A Co., sole agents.
The Northwestern Mutual Life In
surance company of Milwaukee. Wis
consin: Assets,' 1146,001), Uuu
responsible efficient represent! I w
Umatilla ooonty. Previous Lite In
surance experience not require.:
er unoccupied territory in Oregon and
Idabo. Applications for agenciee
should be addressed to 6. T. Locke .xi
A Bon, General Agent, OoM r :
Building. Portland, ''re.
Fine toilet aoan at Nolf'a.
Fine imported and American chee
Born, on Saturday. August 17, to
Mr. and Mrs. Iean flhull of Pendle
ton a Ihjv.
When at Pilot Kock atop at the citv ,
hall. Meals at all hour. Mra. C. H. j
For rent - Covered express wagon for 1
ekpresn work or mountain trips. Ap
pi v t" Ha ley Bros.
iVjn't cook, hot get lunch goods
veal loaf, I'hii'ken loaf, chip potatoes,
Ik, iled ham, oranges, melons and fruit
at Mas ley Bros.
A nartv of ahont 20 young people
leave this evening tor Ilinghsm springs
to spend Sunday, intending tv return
on the evening train.
A postoffice has twsert established at
flolman 20 miles northwest of Pendle
ton. 20 miles west of Adam, and 19
miles southeast of Wallula. Isaac N.
Smith is postmaster. This will be a
great convenience to those residiog in
the I'n I.; vpr .:ig slid .1 m. i per countries.
Weston Leailer: J. K. Killgore.
cashier of the Farmers' Bank of Wes
ton,, has purchased the handsome res
idence n l' M fierce "I miner Water
treit, timet her with the household lur-
1 nitnre, and will soon move into hit
, new home .
Westnn leader. The outlook for a
good potato mark.". en. miraguig to
the grower. It i reported that a Wild
Horse farmer. J. I: King, sold H'
sacks of this year's crop at Athena fur
$160, and it 1 1 probable that similarly
good prices will prevail throughout the
Athena Pre: A Jt'-foot a tee! tower
ha leeu ordered for the 400-pound
tire-le II which waa presented to the
Athena hose company by C. A. Bar
rett. The tower is.lo M a regular tire
bell tower, made for this narticolar
purpose, ami will be placed at the
hou oh 4th Street.
M .1 ill Lgie: Four vouthfll I ree-
water .ads ran awa;. from hum. ,ast
week and have turned up at i.artie .),
Washington. One is the son of Rev.
Wal of the C'umtieriand Presbyterian
church, and another is a son of J. M.
Stanley. The boys had a capita of
one di . isr t. pa expense when they
left and .ended in 'lartield with live
cants. It is understood -ney no a.mt
to come home.
Walla Walla Statesman: John O.
Mo-irnous' the mining man. who wa
reported misting, ha ieen found. In
a letter to Joseph Merchant of this city
from the no ice of -eattle. the informs
lion i given that Mr. M.irhoue left
e.:i- oi, August ' fur Atlin Git.
Alaska, in company with a man named
MeCaaa, r'or SOBM timeprmr to leav
ing, Mnorhoitse had u-en working in a
livery atabie. am! the police report I
that he wat ail right, tie win join
hi wife at At in City. Alaska. Miss
Eleanor Moor house who left the city
severa days ago. ha Keen looking for
her father in Seat: . and received
tome inte igenre n: til- whereabouts,
before ahe saiied lor nagway y.-ster-day
on the steamer Humboldt. Mit
Moorhouse will remain in kagwa
for the winter, having accepted a po
sition to teacn schoo. there.
DEATH OF MRS. S. J. ENGIMHl.
CIBCUhSTANCBS SUBB0UNDING It ARB
PBCULIAB AMD IBTBBBSTIBO
where the family are
this evening or mi-
SHOT THRUIUH THE kNLl
Eddi Oisrhoh. Sen of Lima Hens. Wat
Eddie iier ich. aged 10, hit brother,
aged 14, and th- 10-year-oid sou of
Marsha. Heathmai. were down near
the fat Kine pi ace west o! I'endieton
01. Thursdav evening, hunting with a
Flobsrt ride, 22-ca iber. The elder
liierticb accidentally shot bit brother
through tlie lett knew. The ball enu-red
the outer e.ig. the Khee. grazed the
knee-cap and came nut on the inner
tide. The twojbi.ys wh. were nnn )iir
ed carried the wounded member of the
party to Ir. Cole's residence on West
Wetip street, and he wa- afterward
home I'r W. '. t'ole dressed
the wound and it it not thought that
there i In any set loot danger from
it. The acti": of the two hoyt in get
.iug Um Ittla Boy to a place where
medical attendance could be secured is
SUNDAY AT THk CHL'BCHBS
Pourtr. Sermon or tht strltt al tha Bap
First Baptist church Preaching both
morning and evening by the pastor
MiPjeci for the morning termou,
;...r-.- the Word lu the evening
the fourth -ermnii in the aeries of
"ur Inheritance," ' I'eve. oping our
inheritance." Conaiiiering the in
tense heat '.here are large number
.Itlehing to these even ng termou and
a hearty welcome await all who wiL
rirst Preeiiyieran church - ('reaching
by the pastor at 11 a. m., soDisct,
"bomettiiug That Never li rows Old."
No preaching in the evening. Kotiert
J. LMven pastor
I'norci. of the l.wieemer -lnviue
terv.c tomorrow at hour at follows:
Litany, sermon and celebration of the
Holy Communion at 11 a. ro. Even
ing prayer and address at 7:46 p. m.
The largest and best une
of feather duster -l:-.jjiaed
TALLMAN & CO
Walla Walla Saiooat
Rw! H. B. Turner of Walla Walla
who wa lormerly pastor of the loi
manoe baptist church of Portland,
wa in fort land Thursday on hi- re
turn irum a brief vacation at eaide
He said Walla Walla ha had quite a
time over the aaloon question recently,
nut i .gi .icenae ha- won the day, and
Within the next HI Week tile saloon
a' it ii. nave to pay IHOO
or flow a vear. 'The Citv Gunci ,"
he said, "aSeO a f I0UU-. icenae .rdi
uancr ev-ra. mouth ago. but the
mayor, who i a brea.-r, vetoed it.
We had an .-ie. ; ,m -.m . and deleatesl
the brewer by loo votes, eieeting Mr.
nais m'x, a . ootractor, who is tavur
able to high license. Walla Walla
let .wi saloons which pay a license lee
if $360 each ir aiiiium
Mia- Bssaale Worslell held a water
melon partv at her home in La
ramie sayt the Chronicle, to alncl.
a nuuiher..: . mug people aere invited.
There were a. I Kind..' aatermelout,
as many a were sent to lr. Tanner at
the end of hi famous forty av' fast.
The guest ate aud ate again, asm were
tinned. The featt ua enlivened
Willi an .nieresting pr.graui
Dttsstsd Wst Pound Lying in Road at
H. H. Hoopr Piaee on the Tu
tullla by Jotsph S. Holmst.
The cirrumatance?- surround ins the
death of Mr. Sadie J F.ngdshl are ne- '
culiar and interesting. Oe.-eased re id
ed at 709 West Alta street and wa
canvasser for booka. Sh left her
Inline on Friday afternoon. Auetitt Ifi.
with a horse ami cart, and went to
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. II
Hoopes, on the Tntuilla, two mile
south of Pendleton She rwtnained
there for topper and left at t ZV) for
the home of Delia Iavit, on McKav.
where her youngest child, a daughter,
is flopping. Before ahe bad nested out
of aight of the Hoopes home they no
ticed that the horse and cart had
stopped. It waa too far away to tee
where Mra. Engdah! was. Joseph S
Holme snd his i'-year-nld ton drove
up from the 'ootfi on their way to Pen
diet in. Mr. Holme noticed Mr
Kugdahl lying in the road at the left
tide of the cart, got down from the ve
hicle In which he wat riding and (lit
covered tut she wat dead. He moved
her from the position in which she was
ying, and yelled to Mr. and Mrs
Hoope- to come. They remained with
her while Mr. Holme came to fend it
ton and untitled the officials. Sheriff
Blakley and Coroner W. Q, Cole went
out in haste and brought the body to
the undertaking parlor of .leeev Fail
ing. An Inqustt Saturday Forenoon.
An inquest was held by Coroner Coie
this, Saturday, lorensn at the under
taker's. A iury wa- inmanel.-d ami
the evidence of numerous witnese'i
was heard. The name of the dscea.!
i- Mm. redie J. EnuJaln. Sh. had
l--en married, but wat divorced from
her hutband. Frank Lngdahl. in Julv.
iWu. Four children, the eldest and
younge' lieim: girls, were given to her
charge. The elder gir, is st Lehman
springs, while the younger is making
her home with Iieila Iavi on McKav
Mr. Kugdahl and the two boy, reside
near Nye. Her age was .! year
Engaged at a Canvattsr.
From the testimony of Mr. Jobs
Archibald and Mr. Millie Koddle it
was learned that Mrs. Engdah! wat
not robust conatitntmn. but B1 the
contra-) wa ac-utomed to take nietli
otoa rafsjatswly, Mrs Kngdahl and
Mrs. Huddle occupied the -a me house,
the former living on the weft tide, the
latter on tm eat. In the latter part
of last May. Mrs. F.n.'duhl came to
Mrs. Huddle in the evening and in-
torm.-d her that the had taken an over
dose of medicine strychnine. When
asked why the had taken it, the said
the didn't Know that ahe had reached
lor the bottle, wh was m a cup
board and had taken a big swallow,
probably two or three tabiosiniols.
bef-.re she reaiiied what the wa do
ing, v.r- Koddie adminitte'eil mus
tard and salt, and the sir woman re
covered. She complained of tinmhner
in her right arm. and calling upon
Mra. John Archibald ater in the even
ing, related the circumatancea and
made the same complaint regarding
Bslisr off Dssd.
On more than one occasion Mrs.
Ltigdahi bad declared that the , would
he better off dead. Tint wa not in
the nature cf a threat to commit aui
cide, hut wat made when the was
not feeling well, and wat discourage.!
on account of poor success canvas-nu
Mo was a member and fnithfm at
tendant upon the Christian church.
She Had Pinanslai TrouSls.
On Friday morning, prior to fart
ing upon what proved her latt trip,
she told Mrs. Ruddle that the wat not
lee ling wall thai ber bead din '1
seem to work right, bhe also told iier
that the had spent all her own money
in hxiug up the place occupied at a
borne by her former husband, and that
"now be gets it all," following win.
the remark. "1 nave to work or
starve. " She had on other occasion,
when low-tpiritad. aaid that the
didn't know if it wouldn't be bette'
to end it all.
0vsrtfes or on or Tansy.
i'r C. J. mith superintended the
autopsy and gave the result of hit in
vestigations U the jarv in the form of
testimony It wa to the effect that
death had been caused iroci an over
dose of oi. of tauty. Win "lew art
clerk at Tali man A Co. 't drug ttore,
testified that be had soid Mrs. Eng
dah I au ounce tiottie of oil of tauty
about a week before. This bottle a
tritie over half mil aaa found in a
handbag carried by Mrs. Engdah i ut
the time of her death.
Deatti Alnott Inttantaneout
one urop of oil or tinsy it a IBM
Iji tb handtsag wa- a spoon which
gave lorth an odor that made it a!
man positive tbat it had been uaed a
a meant of taking the oil of tan) .
The examination of the stomaci of de
ceased led to the belief that at leatt a
teasponful of the poison had been
taken, whicn was -ufficienl lu and
did produce ralyai of respiration
death resulting in a very lew nut.--alter
the oil of tanay had been aaal
lowed. It la the general belief of bote
of the physiciaut anil other that the
i. was not taken with tuicidai in
tent but UluJer the lllitapprelieiisnil,
that the amount taken woulo ) an
s Vsraui of in Jury.
Tin- , orouer's jur . H J. Taylor,
foreman, brought in a verdict to the
effect that death resulted from a:
overdose of oil of taotv. a bottle oi
which wat found uin vhe person of
The relativet of the deceart-d have
been u oil bed by telephone. Owing to
the distance at which they live from
Iviidieion. tbe hoar of the fuueral and
other arrangement will not be made
until lata tbit Saturday evening
a imped, either
Inhn M. l-ioar of ibe Boston Store
baa accepted a position with the
Fl-ierhtier-.Meier company of Portland
and will assume the duties of hit,
new position on September I.
Lee Tsutarh will leave thi evening .
for Chicago to remain a ronple of
Batata, on a hnines trip, renresoi : lag
the Cleaver Brother Irv to.t com
pany, of which he is manavar.
Athena I'res : M it Jeanette Man
arse started yeterJa for ictoria, B.
C, where ahe will visit relative,
and later accompany then on an ex- 1
enrsinn IB anmmer resorts on the roast.
Mr and Mr. Joe Y.W have returned
from their outing at Lehman sp-ing-This
is Mr. Ell't fourteenth trip to
that retort, and he savs the homeward 1
trip on Thursday was the warmest he
has ever experienced.
Mi' ton Esgle: Mit t: le Chamber
lata, who has been visiting her aunt
Here. Mr IM Hoon and Mr- W S
Brown, return ! to Pen f eton nndav
and WtjdnaBday took her departure for
Boise, where she has a position in the I
Bfjeiat i,hoos of that city.
Mrt John C. Lestti'e who ha teii
visiting her parents Mr. and Mr
William Blaklev. will leave for her
ho'ne in Portland tonight, accompanied
hv her daughter, tin Misses Mnrgii---ite
and Co-innt . Mis I'arhne Leas
tire, another daughter, who has tsscr.
visiting at La Orande tint, I recently,
i- nrw at her grandparents' DOBM, and
will remain tor a few weegs.
Hev. W. E. Potwine. secretsry :
the Episcopa' ()iiK?eae of Oregon, has
about completed the work incident t
getting out tlie annual printed report
of the processing of the diocesan coh
viK'atioti. the hithop't report and mat
ter pertaining to the progress of the
preceding nr. Mr I'otwine ieave
next inoiitn for San Francitco, to erve
at one of tlie clerical deputies at the
triennial general convention ot the
church in the I sited HtaBBB, Frsnk B.
I'lopton being one of the diocesan lay
le . g.ite-. evera! oilier m-mber ot
that communion in Pendleton am'
Weston will attend the general con vet
tioti, joining quite a large delegation
from Portland The general conven
tion wi 11 lie of two w-ek's duration
ST. JOE STORE
r a trs f. A DIES MISSES
CHILDREN'S SHOES, WORTH
T( IS M
THIS WEEK ONLY
Do no! rinse thil goldw npixirtunity.
LYONS MERCANTILE CO.,
u - t r
Shadaw. Curtain Poles. Mirror
Undertaking Parlors in Connection.
enter ol attracliot
aarvea .tntisua. attention.
er ypu intend fn furnish your house
complete or just contemplate the
addition of a necessary pieces,
this is voui opportunity. Over
twi nt t. i different st les of
Iresers. ComHIOdea, t arlor r
niturt. Carpets. Mattings. Window
Pictarera, Bebl Cabs. Go Carts.
THK HOSPITAL IS SSIRED
Judge Fit; ( srald Tsiscraiihed ths (Vood
htl to Philadelphia.
The Mater o tit Krancis boBpitel
it an assure. I thing tor PwMtwtBw. One
o( the ns-essar things t. he done li
insure this nuilding whs the raising in
Pendleton ot tlie um H lixKXi hv suh
tcription. to ahieo the Blatoffl of st .
Francis wou'd add as much more. The
ftihscrintinn '. itt hat heen in the hand
of Juttice Fitx '.ierald foi the past two
aeeks. and has lieen growing tteadily.
Tmlay wa the latt for coming B
critit. at the amount had to he raited
in order that the titter might carry
out their plane. Justice Fiti dera.d
bad succeeded at noon today iu get
ting the tuoscription list to witnin
IMO Of the turn total, to that he felt
juttitied in telegram. :ng h the mother
general at I'hiladelphia that Pendle
ton had raised the amount demanded
Lawton a Faialitl.
Thomas W. Laaton, owner of the
IlnleiH'ndence, i- s.iiio-thin. of ii (alal
itt. The loss of s cmn lias determined
lor him more than one stock transac
tion. Me helieve that whatever he
full after a man hat done hit best it
hart of a graud scheme of tbe total ot
human events. He believes in the
g... d lin k of certain uuaierala The
figure . or itt multiple appear id all
In affairs. Hit telephones are Xi'i
and S39H, respectively. Hit yacht's
brat tailing test took place on the M
of Jane. He wear a watch chain con
futing of Xi3 gold heada.
Best stock on the
iiiiiwti.ui at ruin
d K'k Ic ir Pendleton.
I'pon presentation with a
$5 oo purchase of Glass
wan Lamps. Croikers
Graniteware. Soaps. Stone
CUT THIS OUT
It's worth 25c.
f ili pay
Owl Tea House
Jelly glasses 33c dozen.
Stoughton. . . .
N EAGLE BROS
'H.I 4G1 NTS
' I .aianUred nut
A.-k for it.
BARGAINS IM SHOES
PBB&OBSL BMTION .
uraut Horu it a visitor 111 f'endle
t. 11 from Katt Birch creek.
Kev A. H. underuian 11 in loan
roni the southern part of tbe count
J. I. k reuse ba. returned 'rom the
North Kork ot Moach .in creek and is
again in the western I 11 ion uitur.
Mrt. M '.rati and daughter arrived
thi niorniug from Calilornia. Mr.
'rati bat been here iur the past
Mrs W. Bo. 1 1 us and children have
HN B9 Ihr aeaahore norm of Ilaaco,
Kaah. to enjoy ag oniing of several
Help or Situation
t FtCwdsl Einplojment Agencv
Corner Mam and Alia btreet.
TR UC KIN ..
ST OR A G K, Schul,z Brewing Co.
CROWNER & SON.
1 C. SHAW k CO.
t kLEPicNK main
WHOLESALE AMI RETAIL
OreKun's Most f amous Resort.
The Hotel Flavel
Is duvv open ur tbe caon
Kiusai cquipisKl resort nu-IL of Maularat,
Kvsrjr r..m e.Vciru :1jtil uJ .loam ,.u
FlDsai Ulbiug iMskcb on .Voric FaciD. Csasu
Luiurloiu ( .ui Hu ... . , l,u busting ...
lejrs Diniaro Hslu soo mi osrs Irim.i
cuuru ud auti) ccUeoi tura. u.ms out
buudrvd rwmt hi imi . cjirpwul nd cooisiib
lus hes: luiuiturt oioner couid bur Loaf
lutoi ol ( oi J F H.r
sdJrau Huisl FU..1,
rssw J L Mu uci. k
. Iiuk I urn. u. i d!
mm hue buth. umbeb mm
Men's Tan Shoes
All Short Lines
Couie aud examine yuuds aud get pricee.
THE PEN0LET0M SHOE CO.
YViu. Fitzgerald, Manager.
J. U Johns ui the Arhngiun kecurd
us gutie lu Binghaui spring fur an
outing Mre. J ohm- has hven oeic
1 a aottk past.
M. A Kader, the uudenaker. a ill
leave un Suudav uiurniug fur Meachaui
I., remain fur a few day, In fatal I Jl
heiug camped there.
Mr. and Mr Ueorge B Hfceltcn are
in Buudutbui luday tu tee their grand
daughter reenntly born 10 Mr and
Mrs. Allred Heaopbill.
Uub Fletcher tiat law 11 in FeLdletuu
fur a cuuple ol days, bat a ill return
r -1 t-esfc . Bj a.
W."1 1 '
I B. Si I.,- uui .luisl
at o. tasaiaa
Yard on Webh Utresat
'PUusite Huut 1-reight bepol
We are prepared to lurniah anvthm
the lumber ,ud
prices to be a cheap, if nut
han otbars. We also carrv a
..e uf Door,, Windowa and Mouida
ouuiemp.atiug building a , II do
See ut before BaMtaj their
order. We also carry JSL S
Fir aood. Bnuue Mam M.
a vuc am to arB
KritK lr msaaiina or
in tbe rait)
st4M or Kurope ramil
itj potisi 1101c, aaeoa er
muJ to the East Oaaso
sias th ni piUiluititri
in of lbs pubheauou
fiMi Ossun. uS a will
sua usuuu si: iiu ui lbs
11 rou mm suUscnbw
ki tbe Basi (itosis in rcmitiius too i t
desluci leu uei ceui Irvui Ibe uubluiben' price
Address BAM OBCMUKIAK Pl'B . OO.. resale jQ)JtJU jj
Cor. Court and Johnson Sts
PENDLETON 0WEG0N '
Steam beat Uteiric Ligbu
AneMoaa Plan, rafil t u, ii JCd
BswaU r.u u. seek or monu
Free Bus rteets all Iralas.
lis.. It seu'
rnouc being lost iu iberballt Ii will tats yea
boll iruobl. eu.1 rut
Commercial Trade Solicited
Hiae Sample Koomt
Special AtteaUou Ulveu to
bell r rod Hrouuti)
rn eu.i I
"Ml ulos uu dry
U Inauucto . . okKuoll