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l INB8DAY. SEPTEMBER A. 1901.
to write ads but
we are Helling
just the same
and are giving
the best vJues
in town for
Practical Boot and Bhoe Men.
Jm. A. Howard. Firm loan.
New fl.60 hooki now U4. Knlf.
1 shirt waiete, now 49c. Cleaver
Broa. Dry Goodi Co.
16 dock suits, now 12.08. Cleaver
Bros, Dry Good Co.
Wa are closing out fruit )ar at ot
at the Standard Grocery Co.
Firat claaa wbaat pasture lor cattle
and boreal. Inquire of Peter Weal
Ton can as re monev now by m: a
yoor jara at the Standard grocery. '
For honae moving aee Geo. Kiev or
leave order at Newman Ctga' -t m
25c aomaaar goods to chare at
per yard. Cleaver Broa. Dry Jajodl
Midaummer aale of waab good
balf prioe. Cleaver Bro Dfj
LoU 2 and 3 in block 140. Reserve
a. Ill it ion above Bt. Joseph' Mg
or sale cheap, inquire of Pater Wet.
nntb A Porter have bought Allan
Broa. ' boainaaa and have removed to
their former office rear of Pendleton
Craacwnt bicycle on the installment
plan at the Crescent agencv ;i II
iiregonian building, payment' 11 a
week, no interest.
W. R. Witbes ia agent (or the D
meatic and Davit sewing macbinss. A
full line of auppliea. Repairing a ape
t ialty. All work guaranteed.
At bad time I lake a pleasant herl
Irink, the next morning I feel bright
and my complexion is better if
doctor says it acts gently on the
stomach, liver and kidneys, and i a
tleaaant laxative. It is made fron.
lerba, and ia prepared as easily a
taa. It is called Laos' Me.)
Lane'i Familv Medicine move lbs
bowel each day. Price iV and Aoc.
For sals by Talaian A Co.. mis .. .
Drop into Volte's. Call for Schliti
Vegetables of sll kinds, nice fruits,
at R. Msrtin's.
Aroma coffer, heat on the market, at
Haw lev Broe.
Scotch oats am! 'all kind of mush at
Nicest eastern bams and bacon in
the city at R. Martin's
Swift't premium nsm and breakfast
bacon at Hawley Hroa
late Crawford peaches, fine for can
ning, at Hawley Hroa.
A girl habv was horn on Frida to
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. I inkle
mal' store room (or rent, next kg
Schulti' tailor shop. O. chulu.
Martin has two delivery wagons and
your good arv delivered promptly.
iHjd't (ail to see the centre window
of the Peoples Warehouse. lwlure Kri
dav. Kor nrst class rigs or a cab at any
hour telephone Depot liable, Klvin
If you want to see a nice line of wall
paper and borders go see C. C. Sharp.
House and lot for sale, corner LIN
lith and Railroad streets. Inquire nf
Kor sale 8-room house and 3 lots,
llriOU. two hue ton Ming sites, two
block Irom bridge. K. T. Wade.
Wanted Three fnrnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply at Cleaver
Broa.' Dry itood Co.
0g to the dreaauiakmg parlor in the
Association building, room It', where
satisfaction i guaranteed.
For rent even r.Miin house (iirouli-
ad. with bath room, for sever, month,
from September II. Inquire at this
C. A. Wheeler will not make any
more pictures until he i established
in hit new quarters, which will be
R. Martin is up kg date in the gro
cary businsaa. If there i anything
you want in hi line that be hasn't in
stock he will get it.
The countv jail now contain eleven
prisoner. Three are United State
convicts, three more were convicted by
tbe circuit court and :x are awaiting
Roy' long stocking, hoy's under
wear, Nv' clothing, any article you
need for boy to wear, y.m can and at
tbe one price clothing store ot Baer A
Iudian Chief Peo era taken betnre
Judge Beam this morning (or being
drunk. He was discharged. John
hart ws found gu;ity of vagrancy ami
n: l jan l-r tive lav-.
Tbe city coudcii meet tonight in
regular session. During the iait three
months so manv of the council men
have been away on vacation, that
meetings could not ! held regularly.
R W.Puraell.Kintersv:lle.!'a..say he
lutlercd 26 years with pile and could
'obtain no relief unti. IieWitt' Witch
Hate, r-aive efiected a permanent cure.
Counterfeits are worthless. Tallman 4
Tbi week the centre window of the
; Peoples Warehouse i the talk of tbe
town. The buast hue of al) wool,
' uoutbrinkable material for waiat and
eacquee ever shown ; slso the most de
: sirable pattern.
A never tailing cure for cuta, burn,
raids, ulcers, ano sorss i DeW'itt
Wikta Haiel eive. A moat soothing
and healing remedy (or ail kin al
action. Accept only the genuine.
Tallman Jt Co.
Mr, fc. H. Lintn.r is in
a draft for 13000 in payment
i .aim she had on the knigot
Maccahee (or tier hUaUaud'
rBwSOwftL B M T 1 0 N .
returned from As-
Athens i here on
Walla Walla is in
He died on Jolv 9, and bad paid im
of duea and
of ti.e order
Hartuian and Dr
We will give a
neat box containing
A pen holder.
and a rule.
just what .-very
I toy and girl needn
the cunt hospita todav lor
tbe purpose oi examining the old Ger
man, Frederick Willar, tor insanity.
Willar exhibited every symptom o an
uuaettled mind and Judge Hart man
ordered him to be eent to the aaylum
t Salem tonight.
Baker City Slesst Psir.
Todsy . -pteu.twr -i. and Friday,
September 6, lbs O. I. A N. Co. will
sail licxeu to Baser City and return,
good until eptember 8. at to. On
Thursday Sap tern bar 5 fie rate for tbe
round trip will be 3.75, good going on
the morning train oniv. Call at the
O. R. A N. ticket office '
Retiaene for sale.
A nice houee and tot on Alia tr.-t.
south of the court house, 1V,. .etoti ,
for sale cheap. Address. A. F. HOB
Firet Avenue, pgaiie Wash
Mr. K I.. Tatom
C. Oeburn of
0. W. Krack of
town on businsaa.
Rev. Mr. Oliver of Baker Citv passed
through here today to Walla Walla.
District Attorney Hsilev made a
quirk business trip to Milton today.
Fred Andrew of F.cho i here todsy
on business regarding s road petition.
V A. Brown aad family let- last
night for Woodbury, Mich., via theO.
Joe Hock went to his ranch near
Ckiati this morning to be absent for a
Rev. John Warren ot Baker City i
here for a few days on his way home
from the coast.
Mrs. l.eon Co lien, Mrs. K. P. Msr
ball and Miss Bell Hiahop are expect
ed footi from the sound.
Mr- I V. 0 per of Moscow, mother
of Mrs. J. T. tlinkle. is here for visit.
Mm will remain for two weeks.
Prof. T. W. Tandy of Alba i a visit
or in town. He will nave charge oi
the Umatilla school this year.
Tberon F. . hell has returned :rom
Alaska and is now in Portland. John
Dodaon will return in a law week.
Mrs. K. K. Claavar who ha been
visiting in Baker City for the past
tflree weeks will be hack this evening
T. P. tiilliland and Horace Walker,
county commissioners, arrived todsy
tor the regulsr session o' county court.
M. A. Rader went k Helix this
morning with hi hearse to take charge
of the funeral of Mrs. John Timmsr
man. Had Julia Wood, primary teacher at
the Peadleon svademv, will arrive
this evening lrom Morn, Sherman
Rev. Di K. Vernon, pastor of the
Method it Episcopal church, south,
went witb bi family to Weston this
Dr. H. k. Hi nee of Portland passed
through Pendleton this morning. He
goes to Walla Walla to attend the
Dr. Vincent's daughter Eleanor and
son Jsck returned yesterdsy from the
sound. Mrs. Viocsht i expected anon
to come via Portland.
Frank -alone. Thoma -idan and
Fred Andrew, all of Butter creek, ar
rived in town last i.i.-i tor the pur
pose of buying cattle lor feeding.
M'- t . J Mi,.u, aif: iaughter
twendoline are expected to arr.ve
borne this evening from a summer
visit in Portland. Astoria and st the
J. W. W.leun, former ! v bookkeeper
for the Rentier Grocery Co., ha gone
to Moscow to accept a position, and
W. C Honaeoh is tilling the place left
Mi Daisy Msach ba accaptsd a
position in a large millinery ators in
Laramie, Wyoming, and ha goue
Irom Portland to thai place to Ail the
Mr. R. Alexander and son, Roy.
Iait by tbi morning' train (or Port
land, where tbe latter will receivt
medica. treatment . They exiect t
remain at least a month.
Al Zimmerman has returned o Pen
dleton irom an absence in ( tab, where
he wa in business. He will operate
tbe big lUUU-acre Zimmerman ranch
northwest from Pendleton.
Mr. A. L. Beatie. wife of Dr.
Beatie. has received a letter from Ju
uau, Alaska, stating thst her mother,
Mr. C. S. Foster, i seriously ill of
tvphoid pnenmuuis. and is not expect
ed to live.
Ci.as. A. Barrett cam down last
night irom Atbona to attend the coun
ty court. He was called back to
Atbsna today, but will be back again
Mr, i-rauce A. Helm oi Corvallis
who has been at Bingham Springs dur
ing the su miner, i the guest of Mr.
Jobn ert. She will return to tbe
spring in a dav or two. iM i s pat
worthy grand matron of the Order oi
the Kasuirn Mar
They have a ranch aonth from Pendle
ton which thev will operate.
To Imi at Bvarstt and Rtiawhere.
Chris Simpson, the well known rac
ing roan, left thi momma for Fverett
to attend five days' meet, which
will begin there next Momlav. He
has entered rive horses which sre al
ready there and in excellent trim.
Ml -mipson expct X' race his horses
1 at Whatcom, Salem and Nr.rth Yaki
oa before he returns to Pendleton.
He may go tc Ia Grande sfter bi re
i turn, but that will depend largely
'noon the success ot the protect for a
meet here. Mr Minisnn and Oeorge
Pariaajai offered to nut up 11000 each,
if the locai sportsn n would furnish
the other $H0Uo let'seary lor stive
days' meet. Very little ha been done
a yet and the prospect doe not seem
to be encouraging.
Count) Court Prosssdlngt.
The conntv court convened today in
regular In-monthly session. Little
holiness was transected other than to
grant two road petitions one was
signed by Fred Andrew and 10 other
Thi I the third time M-. Andrews
has tiled a petition and thi time he is
"iicceesMiI. The other s signeil M
A. D. lnan snd 11 other to vacate
part o; road No. sis. near BetM
ST. JOE STORE
New Fall Goods Arriving Daily
E have just returns
d from the east where wo boufhl goods
. i.K,,.f,n Montana
for rmht storr-v locatrd m urcon. """ " VpnT
HIM 1 1. '.'i ...
A THIS PURCHASE. We will
m t fniiifii'ii
CASH enables us to gel ine
II have the leneht
sellVou good coods cheaper than am NM1
and sec il thi? is not correct
A company ha jut been organized
to he known a the Orient Townnte
com pan v o rebuild a town on tbe Ket
tle Rrver. W
A Bicycle Man
Ad vised the pfJOplt f Pen
dleton to buy their hardwarv
of a liardware ftore. tht-ir drv
goodfj of a dry L'ood?; store,
LYONS MERCANTILE CO.,
GOLDEN ROLE 1
A man wfm expends his en
ergies in ne direction
more OOtnpdant t- sat;
your wantt: than anyone rite.
Hemember this in baying tea
VV take the old and give new tmtJf at
L. G. FRAZIER.
School Book Agent and Distributor for I'matilla County,
B.Kks especially for Tendlcton Academy now ready.
New Goods Coiing !
Furniture and Undertaking.
Owl Tea House.
Stone Jar :5c per gallon
and a .
oi how to operate it
accounts for our suc
cess in the laundry
- 7 m
erasers, etc.. etc.
u Uncle Sam:
-rr-s . Li M I f 1
WL Main and
if 11 . . x
eion, ' 'regi
N Bttfft) corner
'U ts, Pen-
. . rra 1
vor. Murt and Johniom
Steam heat glrrtrlr Uskw
Curopeu shauSi. T l
Free Bus lasts H 7
Commercial Traot Ssaw;
r-ine ssmplr k00ru
ha the finest line of Furniture
to lie found in KasP-rn Oregon
and we all want to feast our
ves on the man nice furniture reations and secure Home
ains Ik- is offering.
Corner Main ami Webb streets.
The Place to Buy
14 ri 1 1 I'huu), ... . 1
-r i" mm. rr, a
your order aj ,ader m
sn.i teed rv,,
Bast line of
to pej-er. Tar
paper, Lime and
reen I .nr- i
on Planing Mil
R. FORSTER, - fnm
OrBNtDG Of THt StASUN
iMu't wait till you bevouie chrunical
Iv conitipated but take IeWitt' Little
n ,, - Larlv hiaer- o.. an t tiien The il!
1 nt ppnaieton snoe co. t ,nr ' -r and '"ei. m g.
Wm. Fitzgerald. Manag
DRINO in your
and we will
old School Books to us
allow you one-half the
price of the new books adopted by the
state of Oregon for the ensuing six years.
B- t child," was on of the nm
lb are headquarters for all School jSr-j."'.!:
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 Druggists, Booksellers, News Dealers
653 Main Street 100 Alta Street.
Th.alr lion Wltnead aiodrama en
The theatrical season was opeDstl ou
Tueeilay night by tbe Charle Wilson
company n the production of the
melodrama "Daughter of tbe I'lamond
King." with vaudeville interspersed
It was a cieau pieee, such as is worth)
of support. Indeed, it waa esception
allv free from the too common uggv-
.tiveness and license M the -:urren'
tage production, yet was lively and
MulTof action. It was a mixture af
I melrxirama and vauileville, and a
wholesome mixture, too.
ITbeee word are deserved for tlie rea
son tiiat ttie company management ba
attempted U carry about the country
an attraction that i morally of bigh
itaudard. It i not a great production,
nor is the play itself great.
Tbe vaudeville number were nrst
class, while not oumerour. The tw
tumnlevs did origina! tarns, tbe hat
throwing being one of tbe heat thing
(ever seen m Pendleton.
La Belle Laurette waa quite charm
ing as Nellie ooiden, aad she wm lair
. v well tupported b the remainder of
Tbs Prassr'i Hew Furalshiog.
The house has been altered so that
old patron scarcely recugniied it.
The proscenium boxes have been taken
out. cauong a vers merged change in
to.- aoiMMraiice. Some Daintiritf haa
ien done, arid tbe stage rearranged tiv I L A ( "1 tj
SO that it l. tielieved in dieagreeaible
draughts will blow ia cold weather
from the front of tbe house when tbe
curtain i up.
Last night, tbe remark of tbe vil
lain of the piay to tbe little heroine,
hv stil.. my child, be stil., my
child," waa one of the most appropri-
the actor spoke
PM .inee, a baby wa lustily crying in
the audience. The msuagemeu:
voucues positively and uueu,uivucally
lor the aasertiuu here utaur that tbe
coincidence of the baby's crying and
no- teiar'l remark wa nut uiioudoi
in fact, the crying wa not a part of
When you drink
Guaranteed not to
cause headache or
Abk for it.
Schultz Brewing Co.
LOW KATES via, ft I k I LINES
l ot hall particulars call at the O K & N. ticket office
f, V WAMSLEV. Acent.
TRUC K I NG,
buLoat out aLLkk vauTUkks
bmith a Porter Pursbass Woes luaia
aak Meva om.
-uiith A 1'orier, a wood firm cum
poae of A. D. bmitb and k K. Por
ter, have bought tbe business oi Allen
hrulher. luel dealer, bmith A Pur
ler will eombiue the business ot tbe
two uruw. They have removed irom
the rbce at tbe southeast corner oi
Main and Alta to tbe oAce totmerly
used bv Allan Brothers at the rear of
the beviues bank.
riuilth A Porter desired larger room
in which to pile the big tiers oi cord
wood handled by them and took this
wsy tu do so.
Allen Brothers wil. wholesale wMjd
and alau go into the livestock boeiuea.
TkLKfHOkg MAOi t
BAR IN ' "NNBTIOJ
IN CENTER OF BLwl
F. X. SCHLMPP.Pne.
Pnria Expos itwa I
au.d ki Ja MawW
Th Louvre 5alo
A. C SHAW k CO.
W. J. riEWELL, Manager.
WHOLESALE il RETAIL
Yartl on Webb btreet
Opposite Hunt Preight Depot
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We are prepared to furnish anything
in the lumber line and can guarantee
prices to be as cheap, if Uot cheauer
than others. We also carry a larg
Une of Doors, Windows and Moulding
rart.e. coutempiatlug building sill do
en 10 aee u before olatin. th-i.
uiunr we Slab iitrr. C I
ir wood. Phoue Mam w.'.
What Evwr Frt J
ud east br cai
troua aall raw
agon ii Ik l
U Ml Up bvloR
M tbe punbu.
tl'k tt lb. gaopU uil tk. oaljr ptogl lo Ik
" Sadttlarr Uiuiuoj In Haudlaloo Ibat ou.
ploy full farce of macbaulu. Ibe jrwtr aruuug.
aua nuke our owu baildW, H.ruw. mw aad
do uot abip l bom Iron lb. hwlorlo. Uk an
ei our eomaetilui and Ib.u wall you ibay are
a. (uol u home atad.; but lb. 7 arc not
Delivered eruinut, rrtce glgbl
fir tud iu.uiic euu
Wood uluc Mid dry,
OfBea rear of haviuge Bank.
Farmers Custom Mill
Fsaw W altars, r'rearieter.
aaclij, is. barrel a oar
Siour oacbauaed tor wbe&.
'leer, an. reas. Ukepsed smc
SSJ llehlu, f.. T
lb. luroor .1
. lUe llcnloc al ouoe
eu. . uvulUet (l'r.
. " a c Cu I't, ixaaLibL o
Has the fo.iowiojl
3'aj Acre. Wheat
Beht St.K-k and 1
in t aiuat 1 '
Good Bout, B Lo"
mm i .:..!. Im KH
Very ( 'hl-
Altvo a t".;
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