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MONDAY, AUGU8T 19, 1801.
to write ad but
we are gelling
aud are giving
the beet value
in town for
Practical Boot and Shoe Men
Jaa. A. Howard. Farm loam.
Naw stationery and tablets at Holt's.
Martin's is the plant- fur ilea vene
tablea. Hack lor Teal sprintr. telephone
Finest line of Inurh goods in the
city at Martins'.
II shirt waiata, now so,
Broa. Dry Goods Co.
fri duck suits, nw 2.fW Cleaver
Broa. Dry lioods 0O.
We are cloning out fruit .r Bl
at the Standard Grocery i I
First class wheat pasture for Mttlt
and horses. Inquire of Peter West
Yoo can save inonev now by buying
yoor jars at the Standard fJMOarj
For house moving see lien. 1 i e H
lease orders at Newman's Cigar M in
2bc summer good la sjtaM if
per yard. Cleaver Broa. DfJ Qamk
Yoo ought to see A. D. Smith &
I'orter's red t)r wood , telephone Bkaia
Midsummer sale of wasti mmit
half pr'0"- Cleaver Bros. Dry
If yoo trade at Martin's fOO
treated right and sunr orders will be
Lots '2 and 3 in block 140, Reserve
addition almve Mt. Joseph's acadetn
for sale cheap. Inquire of I'eter Vi.
Orescent bicycles on the mstalliio mi
plan at the Creacent agency in the had
Oregon ian building, payments II a
week, no interest.
Wanted To correspond Willi farmer
that will have second and third grade
wheat to sail this season, o. K. Addi
ton, Portland, Ore.
rTiOC imported and American
When at Pilot Rock stop at the citv
ball. Meals at all hours. Mrs. C. H.
For rent -Covered express wagon for
express work or mountain trips. i
plv to tlawley Bros.
Don't conk, hut get lunch goods
veal loaf, chicken loaf, chip potatoes,
boiled ham, oranges, melons and frnit
at flaw If) Urns.
Cannon's wild cherry, ginger and
lemon phosphate. helicious and
heallhv drink for hot weather, 2fic and
50c per bottle at Hawley Bros.
Wanted F.lderlv man who under
stands gardening. raisin melons and
fruits by irrigation. Address giving
particulars, k. K. W, Sparger, NatO,
At the F.Iks' carnival at Tacoma,
Portland Ft kg won the first priie for
their appearance lit tlx.- line of parade
and Salem Klks were awarded the
Mr. A. B. Noble wishes to miorni
her friend that she has returned from
an outing at Meadow creek and has
resumed iirceeinakmg at her home in
1-a Dow block.
I J. Murphy has now the most
complete line oi wall papers and bord
ers ever shown in Pendleton. All the
latest shades and designs. Yon
should see the ock.
A competent woman housekeeper can
hnd employment at good wages on a
stock raiici, near Fein. Applv at the
home of Mrs. flattie "Mantieid. Mam
street, at foot of school bouse hill.
().(. Buck. Beime, Ark .savs: I was
troubled with constipation until I
bought DeWitt's Little hark Risers.
Since ttien have been entirely cured nf
mv old complaint. I recnnimeml them.
Tall man A Co
The new WO-horoepower boiler is in
plajSg at the plant of the Athena Flour
ing mill companv .,t Athena. It is a
huge aftair. made entirely of steel,
and i- comiosel oi two plates, tubes
and end.. It is encased in brick and
will add material Iv to the value of the
plant, which is up-to-date in every re-
James S. kellet of Milton and Mis
iraee 1. Moering were marirel on
umia, August IK. at toe home ol the
bride's parents in che south Odd
Spring rountry. Kev. H. A. Copple,
pastor of the Christian church of this
citv, ottii .atetl. The haiipv couple
took their departure tins morning for
Milton, where they will reside, the
gr. on g engaged in photographic
At l-ed tune I take a pleasant herb
drink, the next morning I feel bright
and mv complexion is better. My
doctor says it acts gently on the
stomach, -liver and kidneys, and is a
pleasant laxative. It is made from
herbs, an I is prepared as easily as
tea. It 1 railed Line's Medicine.
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each da . Price and 5Uc.
For sale by Talman a Co. sole agents.
The Northwestern Mutual Life In
surance companv of Milwaukee, Wis
consin: Assets, IM5.00U, 000, desires a
responsible efficient representative in
I'matilla county. Previous Lite In
surance experience out required. Oth
er unoccupied termor) in Oregon and
Idaho .Vnptieati i.- .r agencies
should lie addressed to S T. l.ockaood
A Hon, tienerai Agents, Concord
Bnildiug. Portland. Off.
TEACHERS ARE SUCCESSFUL
A List of Thsss Who Received Csrtlfl
satss at Resent anamination
The names of the successful teachers
in the examination for certificates held
01 W.-dnesday to Saturdav, August
H-17, comprised all but one of those
who applied. In the examination
held six months ago only about one.
third of those who applied were suc
cessful. This is accounted for by two
facts. The questions to be answered
this time were comparatively easy, and
the teachers applying were the best
prepared nf any class that has hereto,
fore attended a teachers' examination.
Tne'c was only one failure in the list
as far as known. There were two ap
plicants for state certificates. Their
papers have been forwarded to Salem
and will be acted upon by the state
Thsss Wars Successful.
Fol low ;ng are the names, residences
and grades of the succeefu I applicants
I irt (tads, certificates Louis Keeler,
Pendleton; 1 lixabeth Warner, Pilot
Bock: Nettie Cannon, Athena: Geo.
W Maybe. Weston ; Kva F'roome.
Pendleton; Florence Kelley. Milton.
Flua Hamer, Milton: Wm. Forrester.
Meacham . Nettie Blackburn. Free
water. Second grade certificates Lucy
Chamberlain, Athena: G, W. Ketxer.
Pendleton: Innn Hntchins, Pendleton.
Lucy Mnssie. I'kiah ; Nellie Herndon,
Third grade cert ideate Kdna Moul
ton. Weston: Lulu Marple. Pendle
ton; Laura Oibson, Pilot Bock ; Beta
Primary certificates- Elisabeth Mr-
ken Me dams.
fsct that they stand resily to respond
cheerfully to any csll for service where
it may tie desired '
R. W. KINO. Secretary.
The bcal pastors met this forenoon
as the guest of Rev W. F".. Potwine in
l he Ml Iff nf the Church of the Re
deemer, and organised the Ministerial
Association of Pendleton, electing Mr
Potwine president and Rev. R. W.
King, pastor of the llaptist church,
secretary. The next meeting wil be
held in the same place.
HAMfl AND DA Y BOUND OVER
Both in the tount Jail With Ball Plxsa
at B500 Bach
QflOfpjg Haigh was arraigned before
Justice Fitr. erald this morning,
waived examination and wa held to
answer to the (irriiit court. The
charge against him larcenv from
a building. H is bail was fixed at
1500. Frank Kay. bis accomplice, was
bound over this afternoon, and his
bail was likewise fixed at I'hK). Koth
are in jail.
1NTEBBED AT PILOT BOCK.
Rsmelni or ths Lata Mrs S.J BnadaM
Burled on Sunday.
The remains at the late Mr. Bad la
I, Fngdahl were taken t Pilot Rock, (
leaving Pendleton at 7 o'clock on Sun- (
day morning, and were buried in the
cemetery there The eldest daughter
of deceased wa telephoned bar and !
came down from Lehman springs on
Bs) tjrd) . She is IB the employment
of Mrs! William Slusber The other;
tfiree childn n, two hoys and a girl
were also present at the funeral, to- i
get tier aith other relatives and many '
friends. The funeral was held at
about II o'clock.
ST- JOE STORE
New Fall Goods Arriving Daily
ir i,;,v.. nisi rotnrnci! iiom wo
tt ieht more octteil in UtCKOii
CASH MMblM m to cot the
shall have the bem at
when: we bought j;oods
bottom i i iv-1- . '-'in -uwr"
! PURCHASK. we wm
in I r-ntllf inn . wssss
sell you g;ood gOodl cheaper than am Biort
an.l Mj if lhi is BOl COffBCt.
LYONS MERCANTILE CO.,
Men s Tan Sh
ah Short Lines.
Conic and examine guode
and get prlcaa.
, ht Pendleton Shoe Co.
Wm. Fiii.i. ka i. MaiiaL:. :
Last week's weather MBfjfs in Pen
dleton up itiruiHhed by Wi.liam Hilton,
observer, shows the man mum teni
eraturee to have been: Sundav. Aug.
11, W. Mouday. ; Tuesday. 102,
Wednesday lo riiurstlay, h'rf: F r i -day,
104;' Saturday. tW. The lowest
temperature of the w.-ek were recorded
on the night of Monday, 60; Tuesday.
.Vt: Wednesday , ,Vt ; Thursday, b"; Fri
day, 74; Saturday, A3. Kangs for tha
week was 4' degrees on the average.
Don't be satisfied with temporarv
relief from indigestion Kodol Dys
pepsia cure permanent!, and com
pletely removes this complaint. It re
lieves permaueutlv la-cause it allows
the tired stomach (atrfect rest. Diet
lug won't rest the stomach. Nature
rev:ve -'ii'i ie iron, the ("! we cat .
The sensible wav to help the stom
ach is t use 'kodol Dyspepsia cure,
which digests what you eat and can't
help but do you good, fallmau A Co.
Three oar tiers, Orval Uiti, (isorge
More and another known as Bub ol
Walla Walla, were given buns, loaded
with croton oil The ate them with
out kno ng their contents with the
result that they narrow I v escaped
death Fyhrie, the baker who made
the buns, claims that the deadly ca
thartic wits put in the nuns as rat pois
o.'i. Chat thev were then put on the
she.! auu tnat eorge .More, win. se
cured the buns. tsik them secretly.
The three men are still seriously ill.
Mm. I, H. Allport. Johnstown, Pa.,
say; "Our little girl almost strangled
to death Willi croup. The doctors said
she couldn't live nut she was instantly
relieved by One Minute Cough Cure
Ta 1 1 man 4 Co.
price of the new
old School Books to us
allow ou one-half the
hooks adopted hy the
state of Oregon for the ensuing six years.
yyE are headquarters for all School
Books used in the Public and High
Schools of Oregon and all kinds of sup
plies of use in the school room
Our prices are right
and the same to all
TALLMAN & CO.
653 Main Street 100 Alta Street
Fugene I.. Mnith of Cold Spring is
a visitor in Pendleton today.
Kecorder John K. Beam is taikug a
vacation at Hot Ijike. Cnion county.
A. I'. Bradbury, the traveling man
of Cortland, is a guest of the Hotel
Allen Slusber has returned from Leh
man springs ami Dale Slusber is es
facted in Pendleton this evening.
M. (. Perry, principal of the Fast
ern Oregon commercial college at l.a
Orande. is in Pendleton today in the
interests of his school.
Mrs. J, A Beattie and Mxs Ma belle
Reattie oi Wcsbui returned on Sunday
from Portland, aud went on home.
The were guests at the Hotel Pend.e
ton while here.
.ioe.lewell. who mvsterioiis.v disap
peared a few day- ago. and whose an
aence from his accustomed haunts
worried nis friends, tias .urtied up
in exce ism health lie was just tak
ing Ins outing.
F. S. Younger and son. F. VwMBJBfi
arrived on Sunday from Monmoiiti.
Or., and were guests of the Hotel Pen
dleton on Sunday. They have pur
chared the White House grocery from
.'tin Thompson and lien Dupuii.
Mr. and Mrs. William leathers
came down to Pendleton on Saturday
Mr. Leathers left this afternoon for
Hardman, Or., via. Lehman -prings,
where be will clerk in Harry F. War
ren's general merchandise store.
Y.. A Schiffler ha- returned from
his outing at Newport on Yaquina bay.
He reports that W. F. Brock recently
had the unpleasant and dangerous ga
lieneiice of going out over the bar
there. Carl Schiffler is visiting on
Charles Cunniugbam came home
from Montana Saturday night. He
has sold lull blood bucks in several
Montnua places. He saw Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Krasier in Spokane. Tbey
will arrive in Pendleton during the
Frank V. Scbuck came down from
Bingham springs this morning to at
tend to some business matters, inu-iui-ing
to return to the springs on the
6:16 train this evening. He is ma
terial I) improved in health by his
BMW outing at Bin'ham.
Hev. Mr. Warren rector of the Pro
testant Fplacopal church at Baker
Citv. arrived this morning aud re
mains during the day aud evening ar
a guest ol the Kev. W. 1. rHstWUM
He will proceed westward on the 10:40
train tonight, going to Seaside to ss
maiu lor several weeks.
Lee Held's variform appendix shitt
ed its location on him Sunday, unu
he was sick with appendicitis Irom
o'clock in the afternoon until after
.. i i.ight. He went to Welton sani
tarium for treatment aud is able to be
an. mt his business today Mr. Held
has been a sufferer from appendicitis
for two years, and mav act upon the
advice ol unvsicians anil b.ivi- ai
hay Kjrau, who caught for Whitman
college in the baseball series last
spring, aud during the summer for
John L. Sharpstsiu's Walla Walia
teaui, passed through Pendleton -atur-day
evening to Weiser, Idaho He
will go t Chicago soon and enter a
dental college fora three years' course.
His brother, Vergil Kyau. one of Mr.
harpsteiu's pitchers, has returned to
Walla Walla. Both were at Long
Beach, Waah., with a artv ironi
Mrs. Kobert Stantield came home
from Walla Walla Sunday light.
Mie has heeh in the t. .Mary s hos
pital for more than a month. Her re
turn was deferred one week later than
was expected. Mrs. Stantield is at the
home of Mrs. Hattie Mantieid, south
Main street, where she expect.- t re
main lor two or three days lielnre pro
ceeding to tier heme near Kcho Mr
Mantieid has laien in Harney ICOaBi
lor a month past buying cattle, and
will return home in a short lime.
Dr. C. J. Wbitaker, Jobu I, Beck
wuti and Jaiuee W Maloney returned
on Saturday's train late in the after
noon. They had fine spurt Usbiug on
the Mineni lor 10 days. F. B. Cuux
aii, the fourth memoer of the party,
remaius at In ion with his relatives.
Mr. Beckwith had s peculiar si per-
'egjSJB on a morning just before they
broke 'anip. He was engaged in the
plebeian ,"-'upatiou of frying bacon,
abeu it cauglu u nd "S u
He attempted to eitlug"'usiJ t
by blowing his breath .., them. ;
Hlr face wan strui'k h the rtiiiltte."'n! 1 S-ul
fat aa it fried out. and huriied several . '- '
spots in his face. Wheu he came on to
I'limn and afterwards to the 0 11. A
N, depot two miles away iruu) the oil)
proper, he had trouble to convince
people that be was not a smallpox vic
tim. The party were uusucceaeiul iu
their hunting for big game, but had a
pleasant trip nevertheless.
Young Psopls Bntsrialnsd.
Mrs. K. Alexander entertained on
Friday afternoon, in honor oi her
niece. Charlotte Patteraoi and Llixie
flaer of Baker Citv. These were pres
ent: Paralee Hailey. (tenevieve
llsiley, Irene llexter Sibyl Clopton.
I.inie Haer. r lorence lorsliaa, Alice
Forshaw. Pearl Hurton. Little Liver
more. Corinne l.easure, Daphne Leas
ure of Portland. F'.nia t'aranough of
Walla Walla. Winuie Itude, Juanita
Hopper, Irene La Doe, Charlotte Pat
terson of Baker City. Light relresh
inents were served. The afternoon was
spent in playing games.
Ban uppenhstmsr Skips.
Her. t ppenheimer. an erstwhile BOBS
BMKiaJ traveler wanted at lurn-,
Harne ninty, fnr giving check- on
hank in which he hud no money, was
arrested aim placed under bonds at
Miuipter several days ago, .1 H. Bob
bins, formerly oi Pendleton, putting
up cash bail of f.V) (or him. (Warn
ing his freedom, Oppenheinier made
himself scarce and his whereatioiits
are not now known, while Mayor Bob
bins of Miinpicr mourns the loss : hi
."a i .mil seeks to discover an existing
reason lor his Mtmantan act.
Fruptions, cuts, burns, scalds and sores
nf all kinds nnicklv healed hv DsWitt's
Witch Hasei Salve. Certain cure for
piles. Beware of counterfeits. Be sure
you get the original - DeWitt's. Tall
man A Co.
is tin Cwntwt of attraction and de
scrvrs unusual attention. Wheth
er you intend to furnish your house
complete or just contemplate the
addition of a i necessary pieces,
this is your opportunity. Over
twentv-tive different styles of
Dressers. Commode-. Parlor Fur
niture. Carpets. Mattings. Window
Shades. Curtain Pole, Mirrors. P.cturers. Baby Cabs. Go-Carts. etc
Undertakinp Parlors in Connection.
Main and Webb Sts.
Sept. 23-28, 190,
And Industrial Fair
BIG LIVE STOCK
l.IK-T ATratiTlOX wi.
ITOIill'M BflLbiSi, v.: Jl'l
" ' "It .
INU. WITH OO JD
Si..i,.l k.i... . '""sawsj
I n.111 .,,.1 Bn. H m I
Reduced Ratr on til R,n
For Further Parti
M . I. WltlMtll
Thev overcome Wealt
Dov irreirularit v an-1
omissions, incruase vig- I
or and liuuisb "pains
and body, No
hi Ml MAU
f meii'-t "nation." Tliev
srotnanhood. uulinir aweiopmeut oi orraus
kniovn remedv for women e.ma.s tle-m. i uunot ln harm life
m.m ci i: in i; i Ml.. S..UI
hy driir;it.'' i'ii. MuTT S tllK.MI' AL c'1 ., Cleveland, QWa
bji i v UMAK CO., DM0OOItT PBsTDUsTOst. OMMOV.
e are are vou v e
have displayed in our west
window iur firnt lot of Xmas
goodu. An exouibite line of
manut'act urer't Ham pies of
BoHM area gorgeous t
biaitioB of colors almost
too pfttv Ut te spat upon.
Owl Tea House.
Jelly Glasses a dozt.n
I II l
Ever in Pendleton
ntPOBTBO BNOLIIIH DOUBLI
ROUT POsVnCB N DBA I .ffi
ALL KINDr 0 f I M POST 1 1
l.l N Hf
hCHl.IT Al l. A- UBBR, Tl lii,
eat brew of the Famous Milwaukee
tlnn; never here before
THE MAZEPPA 821
Stoughton. . . .
When you drink
IV I'l'VTl Di.L. 1.1 ...X
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UK I l I AWKKI - -I
F.. SCHFMPP Pro)).
Has the following tiargains
320 Acreb Wheat I,und.$l " 1
BtttStoek and l'uiry BftOofa
iu OajQii Prarie. Cheap
t'iood HoiiHe, H Lots. $lJ(Ki.
I iuaranteed not
Ak for it.
Schultz Brewing Co.
A. i W k III.
The Place to Bin
is aiiere fat can t u.
anl eheai. prices. Pat i
Ml f or hraiisr bsM
water taiikr auil fwl rvli
Best I me f
ing pajxir. Tar
paper, Lime nd
Screen I Knot i
Will' lows, wl:
A Doom. Terra
I otta Pipe.
W. J. UCWKLL
IHOLESAU AMI RETAIL
Very ( 'heap.
R, FORSTER, - Prop
Yard ou Wei.i. Mreet
Opnosile Hunt f-reiglit Dejaif
Also a big list of
county property cheap
lOffn ar.d W
GOLDEN HOLE HOTEL.
e are nreparU to furnish anvtfiioir
iu tlie lumtier line and van guarantee
prices to be as uueap, if uot cheaer
tliau other. We also carry a larife
line of Doors. Windows and Moulding.
Parties oouteni.iatiuK building will do
n 10 see us befure
orders We A..
carry Cawade Red
Hl.une Main Wi.
l.lllliM I. kit t ASM A
IM MIIOUOI IU.U. 1(1 L kuiu.
try bad bya aud mi r seas'
" iruubi. hum .it, c. ka.
Su Mi ( ba.auu ua4
.. . , fur lour .i..LU...i
1 I Lra. si Bl Uun at
orraa cHiisriasi uiul.
Tus Minisisrs of PsnSlstorj Will Psrforni
bars lass Cbssrfully.
The uiuusters of Pendleton uiet tint!
uioruiua aud adopted the (allowing
aud asked its publication in the Em
"It having come to the notice of the ;
Ministerial Association of Pendleton,
that occasionally bodtss of public
c bargee are interred without Cnristian
rile, the Uieuibers deeire to protest
agaiual such action and to publish tin
m fX. W CATHARTIC
... . paiAiAfti- Fuunt tmmlrn
Uuud Nmr Mmw Mr .auu ut unwc Ms? Itc.sjc
... CURE CONrrBATION. ...
WrtBtsj "Tar 'r I ssjiit. .sjsv mam Vat, tiw
.ta i i
A L.L TJt WKWB! Tatta in
IX Otagonian. Daily s ow a ysai by
I 1 Kuatl Wsskly li.jo, and sesD
WesaAy aa.ue a year, aampie sarpy free
Cor. Court and Johnson Sts
SUjam beat Kleoire Light.
sixeial rate. tv wk ... . .
Free Bus Tests all Trains,
wusnucnisi TraUe Solicited.
Fine Sample koouis
Special Attention Ulven to
CXiNRAD KOHLEK PROP
Help or Situation
C F. Cooks Einplojuieiii Agency
ST OR AG E.
CR0WNER & SON.
iBLBPHoNg main t.
junior Mam and
. ALLEN BROS.,
Uslis.rwl erouii.lly erica. Klght
rlrauil 1 auiiuarack Huata
od ui.-r aua dry
Ottice rear;ofaviiiK bAuk
PWIDUtTON, . . 0UOO
Old ' ' 1 ' N "BK CA
psta. ou sualfea. walls, ur
- lor wrauplua
neWSI)Hns?rS ',w ".wspapera lu large1
.-a.u SI TUB BAI ..-..."TtV". .rl buudw
. tea. orsrggi urnca. faudk
like U araonda I
j. If. KOB1N'',
Call up: :
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