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FBI DAY, AUGUST 90, 1W)1.
to write ads but
we are Helling
the beat values
in town for
1 your money
Practical Hoot and Hhm Men.
Jm. A. Howard. Farm loans.
Try oi (or In stationery Noif's.
1 shirt waiata, now 49c. Cleaver
Broa. Dry Oooda Co.
tt dock suits, now $'2.9H Cleaver
Broa. Dry Uoods Co.
We are closinp out (nut jar at cost
at tbe Standard Grocery Co.
Firat olaaa wheat pasture (or oat tie
and horses. Inquire o( Peter Weat.
ion can aave money now hy niiyinu
your jars at tbe Htandanl grocery.
Me summer Roods to close at LSW
per yard. Cleaver Broa. Dry io.ls
Yon ought tu A. D. .Smith A
Porter's red Hr wood, telephone m.t 1 1.
Midsummer aale of wash gooda, otM
half price. Cleaver HfOt, Dry
Lota 2 and 3 in block 11, Reserve
addition above Ht. Joseph's BOBdtmj
or aale cheap. Inquire of I'eter w. -t
Creacent bicycles on tbe installment
plan at tbe Orescent agency in the Fast
Ore(onian building, payments fl a
week, no intereet.
For aale House and two lot in
Kast Pendleton. House and lot
school house hill, and house ami lot
south of O. R. A N. depot. laqaiN
of J. L. Sharon.
At bad time 1 take a pleasant herh
drink, tbe next morning I (eel hright
and my complexion is belter, ii
doctor aays it acta gently on Um
stomach, liver and kidneys, and is a
ileasant laxative. It ia made from
lerba, and is prepared as easily as
tea. It ia called Lane'a Medicine.
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Price 25c and 50c.
For aale by Talmau A Co.. sole agents.
Well say it again
Because it's true
That our new line
(if Men's, Ladies'
a n d Children's
School shoes an
uality and priot.
Just them and
you will know.
The Pendleton Shoe Co.
Wm. I'i lYiiKKALK, Manage!
in your old
will allow vou one-halt
the new books adopted by the
state of Oregon for the ensuing six years.
117E 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.
Leading UruggintM, Booksellers, News Dealers
653 Main Street 100 Alta Street.
Oirl's new hicycle fln.M. Nolf'a.
I)ro. into Nolte's. Call (or Belli lM
Iirossed, IBffi(M tbMM at the
Wanted A couple n( good doll boys
at Hotel I'endloton.
Attend Under'." clearance sole of (lir
niture. PflttB slaughtered.
Kememher that lallman A Co. have
everything in academy hoogi.
For house moving see (ieo. Kiev or
leave orders at Newman's Cigar Store.
Wanted Furnished room. with
modern BOBVOBiOBOB, Inquire at this
For first class rigs or a rah at any
hour telephone I stahles, Klvin
If you want to see a nice line of wall
paper and borders go see C. C. Sharp,
Wanted-Two or three furnished
room" (or light houekeenmg . Inquire
at tins nthce.
For sale 8-room house and lots,
fltiUU; two tine building sites, two
blocks irom bridge. h. T. Wade
John Hoyholt. appeared btfON the
police court this mortnnK and was fined
f.5 (or being drunk.
For sale scholar-1 i in a I'ortlauil
Husinets college at aacritire. Inquire
at tins office or aditress I'. (. Box 65'i.
W. K. Withee is agent lor the I'o
mestic and Havis sewing machines. A
(ull line of supplies. Repairing a spe
cialty. All work guaranteed.
T. C. Taylor lias just received a car
load o( American field fence and it
will pay all who want a giMid fence to
inspect his snick no tore buying.
(The ladies of the M. K. church,
south, will serve ice cream and cake
on the parsonage lawn at tie- church
on Saturday, beginning at 4 o'clock p.
E. J. Murphy has now the most
complete line of wall papers and nofd
era ever shown in Pendleton. All tiie
latest shades and designs. You
should see the slock.
Fifty children with singing voices
are required tor the great school scene
in the grand scenic production
"I'anghter ot the Diamond King"
Leave VflW names at Frailer' store.
For sale -One oak writing desk, one
hook case, one air tight heater, one
gasoline stove with oven, out standard
sewing machine, kitchen tables, etc.
Call Fridav ami Saturday. I. K.
Muck, Ht I'ost street
A marriage license was liled in the
c lerk's office W'elneda nftcrnnon 111
favor of Kdith McUevnoids and Harry
H. Huston, botli of t'kiah. The latter
is the ton of J, T. Huston the pro
prietor of the I'kiah hotel.
A petition tor divorie was filed in
tiie count clerk's office. Sarah I .
Williams is the complainant and
charge- Kotiert J, Williams with sep
aration and ahaniioiiinont. The par
tial concerned live at Ciavville.
Inline. liaiol .itter the livening ser
vice at the Church of the kedeemer
this evening there will lie a meeting
of the officers and teahers ot the Sun
day school preparatory to resuming the
regular sessions of the school next Sun
day. All persons interested in the
work of tins Sunday school are cor
dially invited to be present.
Don't be satisfied with temporary
relief from indigestion. Kodol Dys
pepsia cure permanent!. ami com
pletely removes this complaint. It re
lieves permanently because it allow-"
the tired stomach perfect reat. Diet
ing won't reat the stomach. Nature
receives supplies from the food we eat.
The sensible wav to help the stom
ach is to use 'kodol Dyspepsia cure,
which digests what you eat and can't
help but do you good. Tallmau .V Co.
Tonight at k o'clock at the comer ol
Wehh and Main streets, tin I'endleton
hand will give its regular weekly con
cert. The director iias carefully pre
pared an excellent program consisting
ol six number, among which il the
descriptive piece, entitled "A Night in
Berlin" by Hartmau. Following is
the program: March, "Paul BlWH'l
Hide." hy I'anella; walti, "La Cir
cus," hnildv: characteristic "A
Coon 'i Love Story," Aramnd; pot
ourri, "A Night in Berlin," Hart
man; Mazurka, ''Belle o( the ark,"
Lombard I ; inarch, "I'riie of Victory,"
Charged With Stealing Blankets.
A man calling himself William Van
Ordstran was brought before Justice
hit Oeraid this morning charged with
stealing two blankets from W. B Ba
uley and another. The defendant put
up what appeared to ne a straight
story and District Attorney Haiiey
moved to adjourn until - o'clock that
lie might investigate.
Two o'clock came and then three
aud still the case was not continued.
Attorney Haiiey says the man has been
in trouble before and he means to
make a thorough investigation. It is
probable tiie hearing will be completed
School Books to
REGISTRATION ON MONDAY
RKOISTB ATION BOOKS WILL RB OPBN
Speslal Law Raqulres thi Payment of t2
Street Poll Tax Before Voters
Hegistration (nr the coming city elec
tion in December will begin on Mon
day, September '-', at the city record
er's othue on A I ta street near Main.
By a special law enacted by the last
legislature, ts inrororated in the ittj
charter, it ie required that each per
son desiring to register, shall first give
satisfactory proof to the office in charge
ot the reglstrv books, that he lias paid
his street poll tax of 2 for the year in
winch the nest election is to be held,
Following s a part of the amend
ment to Section 8, Article II. Ill the
PtndlttOB city charier:
"Hq person shall he entitle! to vote
at any general election in the city of
I'endleton who has not within said city
registered his intention to vote at inch
election not HM I than sixtv days nor
more than ninety days prior in said
tltdtioai and it ahall be the duty of
the common council of the city of Pen
dleton to provide, and have kept in
charge of tiie recorder, or such other
person or persons, to he known as reg
istry clerks, as the city ordinance may
determine, suitable hooks for the reg
istry of electors required hy this act,
showing the name, age, occupation
and resilience within the city of each
elector registering for the purpose of
voting: and no person shall le permit
ted to register (or the purpose of vol
ing unless he shall first exhibit to the
officer having charge of the registry
hooks satisfactory proof, hy receipt or
otherwise, of the payment of his street
poll tax for the year in which he
next election is to be held, and no per
son shall lie entitled or allowed to Vote
- x.enl iii the ward in which tils res
ihoii-e is fixed."
IN MISS W ATKINS' HONOR.
Informal Dancing Party Thursda Night
at tha Armory.
Nearly twenty couples of Pendleton
young people met last night at Ar
mory hall, (nr an informal dance.
Tin- music began at about ":'M and
dancing was continued until past mid
night. Die lionr was in excellent con
dition which lent much to the enjoy
ment ol the evening. The partv was
given hy Miss Peari I. in key and a num
ber of friends in honor of Miss Nora
Watkms of Portland who is her guest.
I'll--i present were: Mr. and Mr- t
il Carter. Mr and Mrs. T 0. Hail
m . Mr and Mrs. Parkhurst. Mr. and
Mrs. 1 1 . A. Hartmau.
Memiames Butter. Bone. Sturgis,
Miss Watkms, Mils Withington ol
Miss Chapman of Walla Walla
Misses Luckey, Thompson, Hallock.
Moorhoose, I tart man, Froome, Privett,
Mctiee, Moiissii, Nye, l.ampkin. Beach.
Messrs. F. (i. Mitchell, Chas. Bond.
Mark Monrhouse, (ieorge Harmtan,
Chas. Cameron, Lee I Iraki, Chester
Foiter, James Welch, H Thompson,
I. FL Thompson, 1 vm l.ampkin,
Kalph Wade, J. E. Lathrop.
Mrs. Dean l'atom is expected home
ti-dav irom Hidaway spring-
.1. I slaughter left today for Ins
ranch alsiut 2ti miles beyond Ukiah.
Fill Allen has returned from l.awton
where l,e has been (or the last two
Mrs. M. Anderson, her sun and two
daughter!, returned from Newport
A. O, Long was in the civ yesterday
between trains paying a viiit to Jot
Ell, ex-lire chief.
Bev. Mr. Stavor of Forest (trove is
in town on husiness connected with
the Congregational Home Missionary
K. K. Cleaver returned last night
iroui Prairie Cilv, where he has been
during the last two weeks looking after
some mining property.
Koliert Starkweather came in last
night from a two weeks' stay at his
sheep camp. While away Mr. Stark
iather uidiilged in a short deer hunt
and reports that he nagged nothing
Mm. E. E. Puriugton ami daughter
iiave returned honie from Burns, Har
ney county. They visited lor two
months with Mn. Piiriiigton's parents,
Mr. and Mra. McKinney, a prominent
sawmill man and capitalist of the
Chas. F.ppinger lias returned irom a
ten days oiitiug on Black mountain and
points in that country. He went in
company with (ieorge and hd Forest
and enjoyed line fishing ami small
game bOOtillg. Ileer hunters, he says
BOB Id Hud plenty of game were they to
prepared to climb the high ridges.
John B, Thompson, recently of the
Walla Walla Daily Statesman, arrived
ii I'endleton on Weduesdaay evening
and will accept the position ol city til
iior ol tin- Kast Oregonian. Mr.
Thouiiisou i. an Ami Arbor man, '"',
lHit . year at Vale, and came from
the east a year ago, having been in
Idaho prior to gcing to Walia Walla.
':, Leader aays: Mrs. Alice kirk
patrn k and daughter. Miss Kale, were
visiting in t'eudielon (or a couple o(
lay. this week. They were the guests
oi Mrs. s. P. Slurgii.
Mr- U W. t'roebstel and family re
turned vesterdav from an extended nav
al BBliag'l camp. Walla Walla camp
ers have also let the resort, which is
now uearly deaerled, itoely uighis hav
ing made their appearance in the
Harvey W Judaon lull Saturday lor
h old home in Miulugau, and intends
to take thucouinlete course at the state
agricultural college at Lansing Mr.
Judsoii, who is a school teacher, de
sire to add to ins loud ol knowledge
He may return to this part of Oregon
after completing the college course
Or. J. (i. Fleenor ami family start
ed, hy team, this morning for Joseph,
Wallowa county, where the doctor will
he mcates I in future. lie made a re
MOl tour through Wallowa county and
was much pleased with all he saw .
His departure, aud that of his esti
mable fatnilv, I rom Weston, is much
regretted hy friends here.
(ieorge t'tt. who lived at Weston in
its ualmy days some 20 yean ago, came
up yeaterday (mm I'endleton In see its
people and shake hands with old ac
quaintances. Mr. UM in uoa a Morrow
county farmer, having ranched near
lone lor a number of veors. He has
i en at Pendleton for the pait two
mouths attending his father, who was
removed to the hospital there after re
ceiving serious injuries in a runaway
accident near Pilot Kock.
CoIIIdi UU KlghM.n Monlhi.
J. H. Collius pleadad guilty to tne
charge of larceny by embjleiiieut
this morning at 10 o'clock. He was
charged witti defraudiug (lie order of
Keduien at Athena tu the amount of
$130. lie was sentenced to a term ot
The cmk- ol stale ol Oregon vs. I
Nell for larceny Is set for next Tues
day at 10 o'clock.
Davis, James and Rltt left last
night for Salem in coatodv of Deputy
Sheriff Blakeley. The others will be
removed to the penitentiary within a
in the Peruvian senate a motion to
iii.peHrh the cabinet was defeated by
A Bicycle Man
Advised the people of Pen
dleton to buy their hardware
of a hardware store, their dry
goods of a dry goodl BtOft,
A man who expends his en
ergies, in une direction ii
mure competent to satisfy
your wants than anyone els
Rimember thii in buying tea
Owl Tea House.
Stone Jar I s' pw gallon.
M W IA Kl'KMSHKI)
HA I . IN CON S'ECTION
IN CENTER OF BLOCK
BET. Al.TA A WKHIt 8TH
F. X. SCHBMPP, Prop.
Ever in Pendleton
MPOBTED BNOLIBH DOUBLE
BTOUT PORTEB ON DRAUGHT.
rVLL KINDS () I I M PO Hi K I
LURUKM : : : I : :
HfHI.IT ATI. AS HKKK. Tli. tin
est drew of tin- Khiiioii- MIlwaukM
(Inn; ii-v.t lu-r- IWoiv
THM MAZEPPA 831 Main
The Place to Buy : : : :
Is where you can Kt quick
and h.-.i, priiiM. I'ut in
your order lor header latlc
water tanks and feed racks.
Baat line of
ing paper, Tar
Screen I uoi A
A I toOYBi Terru
i 'otta Pipe.
FMttoo Pbriflf Mill and
R. FORSTER, - Proprietor.
D.tlTrl Promptly prion Kifhi
Kir aud Tainuiaritck Pusu
Muwd ii i iv .ut drv
OHue reitr of s.u iiiks ltauk.
PKNIUKTON, . ORKOOW
What Evory Farmer Muot Ma
ul wuai be uaa'i sol xlous wliaout. is s goxl,
strung vcl. buiii M.guu Tiis aiougbUMi Isriu
wtuu Ii Ins besl ui.'te hulli upou Uouui u
IssalUf tstlure liiplii. snU wli.n recl?il
qjf tltv purcliuvr in- pA fit iwruK-tly nJ li
New Fall Goods Arriving Daily
Ur,.: he m ? Zm
W for eight -tor ited in OreRon WMmngi
Bttdldtho. Buying in .ud h htrj - r . 0ur odtto.
CASH en-Me. u. to t I OT m E W Wlll
ami set- if tlii is not correct.
LYONS MERCANTILE CO.,
We uike the old and give new ones at
L. G. FRAZIER,
School Hook Agent and Ihstributor for Umatilla bounty.
Hooks especially for Pendleton Academy now ready.
New Goods toning :Jz,
The Portland Carnival
Don'l lotttkrhl of tht Btol timt Iht Portland Oarnlval writ) is-in Um
big Bipatltloo Building tnd Multnomah fltld adjoining, mm will ran
BmnMonand ivtnlng, from Btpttmbtr m toOotobtr IB, it win t- mm
of iht granitMl txpotltioni that tvtf oeountd on Hm Pmum Ooaiti hikI
all Induitrlfs ill in- rt'irtHiit.Ml
TImm will bt two rail mlllMnr bond, a oompwtt Hlawaj ami a
host of tptotal attraotlooti knolualnga Military ToarnanMnt, 4mumm
Uaiiif-.. BoMtBhow, l-'m-woik. oh
All tmntportnttoa line, trill it'v' tptOlnl red il rules, MM exour-
sion tjlohohl will bt good fr MVOa day from all BOlOtB.
BY ERS' BEST FLOUR
To make rsmI bread use livers' Hut Klour. It tsik first
premium at tiie Uliicstfo World's Fair overall MMpotl'
t Kin . and (fives escellant satisfaction wherever used.
Kverv sai'l - uuiir.intHM We have the lies' Mean
Kol lad Hat lev Seed Kve and Heardlesn Harlay.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BY ERS, Proprietor.
- - - a
hwwi w vivMIHIIVV VHIW VI 1 Mill""
HERE IS A SAMPLE
You never saw the like.
Your neighhurs never heard of such.
For this nice
Golden Oak Cobbler Seat
whiUJTM1veul, V"urawlf and
while thev are in v.mr r.,.1.
, . ...
. " ,
Comer Main and Webb.
We do our own work and icuaran
tee the same at lowest price.
KttiMtat gltOS OB all kinds of
cut stone, hull stock on hand.
It will pay you to see our work
and net pricex lielore placniK
Main St.. near 0, K. I N. depot, riinillirliiii
Mnnpv 5inH Rnv a wane
good advice. The easiest and bent way
money is to attend
um can gel harguins sneh an are not
elsewhere, even in the large cities
family demands that you grasp some ol
a....i. -.- J ...6 X . . Aavt
um,, uuuui'u i will oniv last a iev ,
uom. mi uie ou.uu premium to be given
l ours tor bargains,
We "ave then,
widths and thPv
from 60e hj th,
In lading' giZtt
We absolutelv n...
eve-y pair of
j "'t we y
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THI: Pill nr....
7i6 Mam Streot -
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W. I. Ml l i u
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f IT 1 I 1 k I 1 1 rn is
Yard on Webl. Mm'
npiwisiie ri nnt rrrin,;
We are prepared tn furniiti
in the lti m Iter line and rati
. prices to lie as i-lieap, If M
I than others. We aim cirri
line ol liisirn. v liiilowi uh
n : . l . ; i ,
1 1 .. L.I
orders. We nlso earn
i Fir wood. i'lums Mini a.
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M. A. BADE