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to write ads but
wc are selling
Nniv OaM for lebita TWO ACCIDENTS
and are giving
the best valn
in town for
Practical Boot and Shot Men.
Jm. A. Howard. Farm loans.
Toilet aoap, rtationry. Noll's.
$1 shirt waists, now 40c. Cleaver
Bros. Dry (-roods Co.
due uiU. now 2.B8. Cleaver
Hroa. Dry Goods Co.
Kiret claas wheat pasture for rattle
and boraaa. Inquire of i'eter Weat.
For honor moving see iteo I iei o
leave order at Newman's Cigar Mon
25c summer goods to rloee at
per rard. Cleaver Bros. Drv Qaadl
Midsummer aale of wash goods OsM
half price. Cleaver Rro. I r
Lota 2 and 3 in block 140, Keaerve
addition above St. Joseph's BOBdCTD
'or aale cheap. Inaom
leVttfc A Porter have honght Allen
Bros. ' business and have removed to
tiieir former office rear of NadsWtM
Crescent bicycles on the inKtal Iment
plan at the Crescent agency m Um Baal
Oregon ian building, pavment (1 a
week, no interest.
W. R. Wltbee is agent for the Da
meatic and Davis arwing niarh net. A
full line of supplies. Repairing a spe
cialty. All work guaranteed.
Lost Between Pendleton and Moun
tain Home, two rubber-tire boggy
wheels, color green Any person
person finding- same willrecei.
ward by returning them to this omoe.
The homeliest man ;n Pendleton it
well aa the handsomest, ami OtOsJfl
are invited to call on any dnkggisl
and get free a trial bottle 01 kfim -Balsam
for the throat ami iMaJi
remedy that is guaranteed t UK M
relieve all chronic and acute i OOgtal
asthma, bronclbtii and oofMSmption,
Price 36c and 50c. For aale by Tall
man A Co., sole agauu.
With every pair
We will give a
neat box containing'
A pen holder.
and a rule.
juHl what I very
hoy and girl neetir
The Pendleton Shoe Co.
Vegetables of til kinds, nice fruits,
at R. Martin's.
Aroma coflee, best on the market, at
I Haw ley Bros.
Scotch oats ami all kind of mush at
Nicest eastern ham- and baron in
the city at R. Martin's
Swift's premium nam ami breakfast
I luoon at Hawley Xros.
1-ate Crawford war lies, line for can
ning, at Hawley Bros,.
Martin has two delivery wagons and
your goods are del ivered prompUy.
The informal two-step to be given
in Armory hah will occur this evening.
Frank Day is still i-ontined in the
county jail, not having been aide to
For first class rigs or a cab at any
hour telephone Iiepot stables, Klvin
If yon want to see a nice line of wall
paper snd borders go see I'. C. Sharp,
House and lot for sale, corner Lit
lith an 1 Railroad streets. Inquire of
I tressed pnuitr , vegetables, :rnits.
and a hue line of fancy groeerie- at
the Standard gorcery.
H. K. Periuger v ester. lav lost 2-MI
tons of straw at his ranch south of
Havana. Fire was the cause.
Jack Holtou appeared beiore Judge
Beam this morning and was lined ffli
for lieiug drunk and indecent.
Block bo is a daisy, street all around
it, very cheap. Two lots on corner,
two blocks from bridge. K. T. Wade.
The Rocktord bicvde which was
found a eek ago ami given i marge
of tfie police, has not yet been claim
ed. For rent -even raott nouse furm-h-ed,
with hath room, for seven months
from September 1'.. 1 in j n i re at this
C. S. Wheeler will not make any
more pictures until lie Is estati! l-iie.;
in his new quarters, which will be
Lost Near Pilot Rock, hind wheels
to a baby buggy. Kinder please return
In iris simpsun, Pendleton, Oregon,
R. Martin is up to date in the gro
cery business. If there is anything
you want in his line that he hasn't in
stock he will get it.
There will be a specie, meeting of
Blue Mountain Court, Ho. L'. Trilte of
Ben Hur. at the residence of Mrs. Wm
Hilton, this evening at ' :. o'clock,
teorge tlaigh and C. K. himwtes
were taken to salem this morning in
custody of lepu' Sheriff J. A. Blak
ley. There were a number of peotde
at the depot to see them depart.
Christ Christiauson died of consump
tion last night about 12 o'clock at the
; his slide-. Mr- Anderson
lieceased ll. lie r.-n v f.l to Held,
here the funeral :ll tak. n.aci' to
The Artisans are to have an open
meeting on Monday evening nest at
Lal'oa bail, the KB inst. Rev. Dr.
(.irannis of Salem and Hon. I. A. Low
lei of Pendleton will deliver addreaeea.
There wii, In' II: interesting program.
First class uirntjc. F.verynody invited.
Two carloads of Hertford cattie were
tupped today from C. B. Wade's
tirand Ron.ie vaney ranch to the in
terstate fair at i-kane. Among them
if a bull weighing J10V pounds. Tney
will be here over night, at the 0. R.
A N. yards, where stockmen may see
A uian calling himsel: Prof. Murray
lias during the past two evenings been
delivering religious lectures on the
sidewalk iu front o: the Tallman drug
store. A complamt was made against
him for obstructing the walk and be
was told by the police to netake him
sel! to a side street.
The Pendletou band will give its
regular weekly concert tonight. The
I day has been changed from Friday to
i Thursday. Following is the program
' tor tonight. March, "Thunderer, ' by
jsuusa; warn . "The Harem.'' bv
Bucalurs ; polka, "Maasa's Birth
'day," by Laurendeau ; overture, "The
i. -juet," by Laurendeau; schottische,
j "Among the Cowslips," Bennett:
march, ''Sherman Young's,'' by Tyrell.
Pilot Boca Drunks Pined S6.
J. M. Johnson, R. -taflord and Lon
Knotts of Pilot Rock were brought be
tore Justice FiU Cieraid yesterday af
tefn.Mii, charged with drunkenue
aud disorderly conduct. They had
made good the damage done to the
business bouses at Pilot Rock and the
court let them off with a light hue of
Will Heel Tonlgnt.
Tnere a. I. lie a regular meeting of
the Pendleton Sportsman's association
tonight in the toWMil rooms at d
o'clock. F.very member is requested
lu lie present as bunnies (or the com-
Iss Brooks Caught In a Shan at the
Woolsn Mills Hals Injured.
Miss Allison Brooks, a weaver at
the Pendleton woolen mills, barely
escaped a serious injury toil morning
at about :30 o'clock. She was stand
ing on a bos. in the act of raising a
window, when her hair caught in a
shsft behind her head. Karen t for the
quick action of a fellow workman in
throwing the belt off the shaft, Miss
P rooks might have sustained a fatal
W B. Hale, a carpenter, met with
an unpleasant accident veeterdey after
BOOB while working on J. F. Romnson's
house. The scaffolding on which Mr.
Male was standing gave way. causing
him to fall violently to the ground.
Tohse who saw the accident hastened
to his assistance and found that his
back bad been severely strained and
that he had been considerably shaken
Up. Mr. Hale will be able to resume
his work in a few davs.
(KXl'RRED r,inB wi" contribute liberallv
wiiairver is uercsaary.
The commissioners from the differ
ent states represented w ill bold a meet
ing early in the fall and present a solid
front in congress for an appropriation.
WOOL GROWERS TO MEET
Orsaon Assoslalion in Hsppnsr on Tues
day, Sept. IT.
Notices signed by I long. as Belts of
Pendleton, president, and Fred W.
Wilson of The Dalles, secretary, are
sent to the F.aet Oreoguian announc
i ng tfiat the Oregon Wool Orowers' as
sociation will meet in Henpner on
luesday, September 17, at 10 o'clock
a. m The announcement is math
also that matters of prime importance
will come before the association, and
sheepmen are urged to attend.
Thorn Hollow, is in
Bo Houser is
Nsw Diamond Plaids niscovorsd.
Advices reach us oi new diamond
fields discovered in Hritish oninea.
Dealers consider thene stones superior
In the South African diamonds and
eonal in quality to those of Uracil.
Although thee new fields are not easy
oi access, it is presumed that many
adventurers will lie attracted there.
Things of great value are al w v sought
after. That is the reason H"tetter's
Stomach Bitters is always preferred by
those who need a re lable medicine
for stomach, liver, kidnev and howel
disorders. There is nn medicine so
good for dvspepsia. indigestion, consti
pation, biliousness or malaria, iever
and agne. It also cures nervousness,
insomnia, and acts as a tonic to tne
run down system. Try it. but insist
on having the genuine. It never fails.
m s m
Sp?kans Fair aspi. I (Mo 21.
For the above, the Washington V
Columbia River Railwav Co. will sell
round trip tickets from Pendleton,
September ft. 11 and M. good until
September Hi, refi'iiing. Also on
teptember in, lri and 1H. good return
ing until entember 1M. at Itv'HI. On
Septemlier 111, a rate t ffK 0 will be
made lor the round trip good return
ing until September 1. These rates
include one admission to the fair.
Half the above rates will lie made for
children. WA1.TKR AHA.MS. Agent.
ST. JOE STORE
.A CO I
Well, wc lit loadtd ..cam with new.
FAU- , , u, .-c't a',,1 BEST ASSORTED
shawms I Ml i.i'io'--
Wfu- i r:i inn IN I MM H
i 1r nntmilS. hOU-fV.
neci;;. hBnakhiefs. fin. poBri btuionj
Dn not torctt our UKW-URi i
MW.lth beti groctrriei .1 ll lowest piteM
nt all times.
LYONS MERCANTILE CO.,
RING in vour old School Books to us
and we will allow you one-half the
price of the new books adopted by the
state of Oregon for the ensuing six years.
17E 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
R. A. Iiiatier is here from Nolin to
day. 1.. i, Keeder was in Walla Walla
on Wed needs v.
.toe Forrest of
town on husinees.
United Mates Marshal
nerc from Portland.
- Kader of Walla Wt.Ua was here
on nnsines" vesterday.
.lohi; K. Kean has been at Meacham
inserting a tratnlnad ol sheep.
Harney IMiertv, be sheep man from
Heppner, was in town yesterday
MissSemele liroate of Spokane is
extiiM'ted liere to visit Miss Flora Hal
lock. Dr. W. B Cole went to salem this
morning in charge of the insane man
K. It. ilson ol the Hur. ingtnn was
in town last night, fie went to llaker
City this morning.
.'tnlge K. K. W. Spargur of r.cho is
seriously ill. lr. Hal III wa called to
attend him today.
Hen. Maple lias returned from Port
land. where he has been receiving treat
ment at the hospital.
Mrs. Df, C. J. Hmitn and daughter
'weiidolin returned last evening from
Portland and the coast.
Mrs. W. P. Fell will return B4MM
tomorrow trom Portland, where she
has si"-: the summer.
K. Hoettrher and Otto Hoetlcher have
returned from Meachaui, where they
nav lieen loading sheep.
l; . Di W. Yoakum went to Weston
this morning to attend the conference
of the Methodist church, south.
Mrs. Q, R. n'I)..niel and daughter
i,eorgie nave returned from a WIM
weeks mi ng at Long Beach. Wash.
Will 1 pton of Walla Walla is regis
tered at the Pendleton. He Iks lieen
at Pingham Springs (or two weeks.
Charles Hatts of the Athena Mercan
tile Co. was in town yesterdav, pur
chasing furniture for his new home in
Ihstrict Attornev Hu.ies went n
Weston this morning to prosecute Her
man Hessel (or keeping bis saloon
open on Sunday.
Miss Maud Taylor lias returned irom
a month's outing at Long Head.. 8ne
will soon go to Sumpter where she will
teach in the public schools.
Frel Taylor and Miss Mary Kees,
both of this city, will be united in
marriage at the home of the bride's
brother, .1 s Kees, tiling!. t a: t::ii
frank Uf tttaaM Ol the Hi. Joe dry
goods store is back Irom bis vacation
at Wallace He was accompauied by
his mother, who will visit here for a
M iss Catherine Laliarre of Portland
is the guest of Mrs. C. H Wade. Miss
l.aHarre has accepted the chair of elo.
cut ion at the Weston normal aud will
l.egin her work.
Mrs Chas. l uniiiiigham, ner daugh
ter and son returned from Lung Ueecn
last night. Miss sarali Cunningham
reuiainml in Portland l- atteud the
Mrs Mary Renter of Pomeruv re
turned from the Portland nulliuerv
upeuings this morning Mie will re
main iu Pendleton a few days before
returning to her home.
Qao W. liowrie, who haa been elect
ed to teach Latin at the academy, ar
rived this uiuruiiig from Pontiac, 111
Mr. Howrie, graduated irom Luke for
est university last Joue
Mis- Marv I ranees Lyoua. daughter
of K. M. Lyons, has just returned
irom an extended visit at Moscow and
White Pines. While absent she was
the guetft at the home uf Or. Harrow
ami Mrs. Kckmau.
Mrs. H 8. Walker of Helix was;
drought here this atleriiooii. She is I
sufiering from luflsmaturv rheumatism
and is oil her way to Hot Lake, near
l'i! Dm will remain with Mrs.
J. 8. Mil loud until the local train
t omorrow morning.
Alfred Smith came over from Walla
Waila Wednesday evening and went
on to salem to viait his wife, Mis.
Maria s-mith, who was taken there
from here on August 2t. She was pro
nounced to be insane and her h us hand
could not im- hiund iii Walla Walla at
the time, being ten milea in the coon
tr .'iigagel in harveatiug. she is 5o
years old, and he 47. Mr. Suilth en
tertaliis the hope that she will qaitk
ly recover her mental health.
Ths Durham Cass.
The rOtUHj clerk, says theWa.ls
Walla I nion. vesterdav receive! from
Justice J. V. LmtIb as Wallula the
papers in the case of the state of Wash
ington vs. W. C I'urhau . The com
plaint charges liiirbamw ith disturh
ing the pact . and evidence patatl 10
bis having made a demuiistration in
the puhlic streets with a gnu. He was
placed under honds in the sum ol 2A0
to keep the peace.
Panama, 'ept. ". Ad vires from al
vador report the presidential mansion
and artillerv barracks destrnved by
tire on Tnesdiiv nlglit. An explosion
in the larrark starti d the blaze.
We ;akc the old ami give new MM at
L. G. FRAZIER,
Bofaoo HKk Apent and DUUibtttOf tot I'matilla County
Bookl especially for IVndleton Academy DOW read v.
0. net al Panama
Washington, Sept. 5. The gunboat
Hanger has arrived from Pananm and
Commander field reports affair iinet
on that side.of the Isthmus.
n Goods Comint
raserp. etc., eU'.
Csrmsn trow-n Prinos Lamina.
New York. Sept. . A London dis
patch asserts the crown prime of QaT
manv will visit the Daftad tates in
A Bicvcle Man
Advised the ptople ( IVn
dletun to buy their liardware
of a liardware store, their dr
tfiKids of a dry '' ds -tuie.
A man who expends his en
ergies in one dire tion is
more com set ent lo satisfy
your wants than anyone els.-.
KeniemU-r thi in buying tea
Owl Tea House.
Stone Jars 15c p-r callon.
rniture and Undertaking.
' ft - - l '
mm on t,he many
of th rart- bargains - "ft'"ring.
. . -a . .
am : steer towaro
urnitun- Store, corner
Mam and Webb streeti. IVn-
dletoa, ( hragon."
Pilot : "Why co there""
I'ncle Sam "Because he
ha- the BlIMl line of Furniture
to he found in Kastern Oregon
and we all want to feast our
nice furniture reation- and secure some
Cor. Court and JohnJ
Hlssm hss! Blsai si
nropsan tln. sL g'M
commercial Trsor Solic
Fine Samplr oon.
Special Attention fflvf,,
CONRAD K0HLER p(
The Place to Bin
Is where seat m
and i-hea). prices. pJt,
vour order for liavjsr nl
U uli.r o . . I 1 1
Best I ine of
""g m Tar
paper JiaM and
a reen Poor? 4
A 1 ours, Terrj
Fendk'tun Hanitt I
R. FORSTER, - Prow
Corner Main and Web! itreeta,
KAK IN UtXKWTM
IN i 'ENTER OF BU1
I'.f I vll WKKf
tnd a . . .
of how to operate it
accounts for our sir
(MM in the laun Irv
RATES via. 0. 1 & I LINES
l or mil ;iarticuiars call at the O K . ticket office
f. p WAMSLBY, Anat.
T R UC K ING,
S T OR A E.
CR0WNER & SON.
IK, HI HUM- MAIK 4.
so.d by JOdK SCI
I Ilk I .'M - ' w
TALLMAN & CO.
653 Main Street
Lswis Clark locorporalion.
"Articlos of iucurioratiuo fur the
l.sV. vzuueitioii arc at last ready to be
hied, "said Hon. John Iaiuk, chairman
ot thr provisioual ixiiuaiittaa, Iu the
Mr. Long stale! lurther that tiliiiK
of i lie articles had been delayed id or
der that a .fioroujfti can vase oould be
made so as to give every leading bum
ueas man a ciianee to sign the docu
ment. "While uaarU a huudred leadiLg
spirits have placet! their names to the
doflOOMBt, srniuh is outhiog more our
lee than s pledge to give their lime
to the enterprise," said Mr. l.ung. "at
o ast i uer cent of our entire popula
tion are with us soul and budv. Manv
who have not sutued for the reason
that tliey oould uut spare the time
such aa ubligatiuu would require, Iruoi
aaaai as c a ' tnir boaioes. with it distinctly uu-
IIMI A I til StrPfPt i l'Br,tood Umt they are for the eponl-
iw raiio oiitci. ,, llllUlli( i,luliml(,1Mcllu
bookseller News Dealers
It'K srr Hit- people aud lUc only people lu Uic
" aaddlsry bujiuaM In Haudlalon taal o
plu s lut. Iiiicv ol mscoaulcs the -.- around,
sua iuskt uur own saddlss, Usruss. sic., sad
lo aol ship ItMiu from the ! lone like soius
al eui comutlilora snd tbsn loll you they are
sj good as boms nude; but tbey srv uol
Kaiswuil aucnuoo ilvsu
A. C. SHAW k CO.
. J. 8EWELL, Manager.
WHULESALH AM) RETAIL
Yard on Webb Ktreel
OpuoaiU, Hunt f reight Depot
Delivereu l-ruuipiiy riltM kiro
A 1- .
We are prepared to furnish atiythiug
u. UM luiuljer line and can guarantee
prices u be as cheap, if not cheaper
IhM others. We also carrv a bu
lla of boors, Windows and Moulding,
fame ouutempiatiug buildiuif will do
wen to see us before
orJern We also
aud what to- M
strong, wsll u !'
ttagun I. Ho b'e
Is set up bslort tii
qy lb pufbassr t
carry Cascade Red
r'huue Mpin tf".-.
Farmers Custom Mill
Hrew V alters, Proprietor
i;spacliy m barrel s dsy
fiour sxenauged lor wheat
riour Ml., fiwd Cboppwl ristd. sic. siwsn
r ... 1
oU uice sud dry,
Office rear of havings bank.
FlWIMilHtMi, . oh hm jm
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gmm i. .....u.. yj
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UJUiiiU, ui.ii. I., i .
s- i.i ur si'ijuu..
S.UI lu pUlb m
Hbs tii loilowmg M
hi aa an
620 Acre v uw
Het Slock ati'l I'W)'
iu I ;am rwmm
(iood rlourte, I IsaW
Verv leiralle P
Vtry ( heap.
a i . ki lilt oi m
county property ssaawi