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This cut rtprtMflta the latest production in
Glove Fitting Petticoats
See them on display in Hry (iooris window.
Prices $1. BO to $fi. 00.
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
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of Pendleton, I
h nntnnar oi
have i i. brought '
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up then HUHlBI ami "J.
mov, have rWMM tin- city m ex-
TT'L i.un ii:;.imk) a vear.
t:ct amounts OlVlOg 01 uiiriewn
ii: ui annually.
om of tli moit important obasfM
III! COOie Sblllll If Hie llUiriivn-
in the water system . Formerly a
Mtor oiiCD wan Ml I to run two
Itrtol 30 home p.iwer each, requir
I ibr MrvioM of two eiiiineers to
tin- vutnpri ifoiiiK nielli ami 'lav.
IIT WB lllieviu i
in. hl'll lllMBIlt It loHH III rUHIIIl (II
per cent in Iriction. The scheme H
priaiot adtiiuimtrai whh io iii-
tM I'M 01 llll' IIIUIIIH HO l OBI.
torn could be OOM by one Imiler,
imiibii one half of tli wood
..In III llllllllll U
uiimu, of better make, mat
fork ui lit 1 1 1 l' dune in 10 liotirH.
w- . . . . I I
I .,( ! t ...r..li- i IMiiMlltf II1LI
UM ternce 01 one engineer, tty
in win 'ill per rent lost by I
a tli remit wan a pressure of Hti
od is tlie wains wlien IB line,
'ft belorc it hail heen onlv .').
It nrc department via ciununeed of
irreoiiiiii, u team, a mud driver ami
and thirty-live uieiutier. I he
rlotescli alarm, or while on duty, '
iafaooit to tin-i itv of (on an i
to' hhtv fin- or alarm. 1 he lust i
1 eipiiBf wa- incvitahle, ho Ioiik
'mill wainr warn in existence,
roo v une aiream 01 wider whhuvb.ii-
V 1. I tLI. . I
v. 1111 lb IP 1 11 lee 1 . 1 1 in Kirov.
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00 me representation 01 tun lore-
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, - uv ... .111 I II nil I I. , II.. mill-
tbc board of I'acilic under-
writnrR promised that when the scheme
should he consummated, a reduction nf
10 oir c"iit would no made on nil
premiums on the flro prntnrtnd portion
of the city. Tho itromiHf lian linn
Icopt, and on 30,(X)(l in preniiuniH,
IHUOO ii aavod by vearly NdMliOM
'recently made in iiiHiiranoe rate.
The Are department with the en
gine, paid engineer and driver coat
1 the city annually .'I750. Hince the
engine waH abandoned the department
haa been diatrihuted about town in
separate hone lioiiHea and the expenne
i now (loon not exceed H5() a year, mak
ing a net Having of HI(K) annually.
The police department wan informed
that it would receive from the city
1500 for expense:. . and the reat would
come (rum the linen that they might
cauae to be turned into the city. The
police formerly turned in not to exceed
1(H) a month, hut have recently in
creaned the amount to I inn a month.
The water bondn at 7 per cent were
refunded and renewed and increaaed to
145,1101), covering the new work, tie.u
ing Interest at 4V, tier cent. The float
ing indebtediieHH of $70,000 wan taken
up and IioihIh at 4 per cent iaaiied for
it. The arrangement aaved $1025 an
nually. The following n- a clnae
proximation of the ai H winch
present admlniiitration han mad
poHfliblo for the city to Have
lurroaaed revenue of police I
laving ol lire (luparinn'Ot
Haviux mi laatiraaoa
Havlim on wooil
avlii on intureit
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SPOONS; OK AN
0f anything in the
maT0MK4 I Wll.l.
Jeweler uad Optician
I'liaru l morn natarrD In tlila Miction ol tbc
country tliau all other iIib.cii put toicetlicr.
and until tliu laat low yea. It wan aupuoaM to
bo Incurable. For a arual many year, doctor
prnuoiiiicod It a local dlwaM ami pre.crlbeil
lu.iil ri'inmlici, mi l 1.1 I'nuitaiith Ittilum
cure with lOMI treatment prnnnunoed It In
curablo. Solcnco baa proven catarrh tn Ik' k
cunatltutloual diwaae. ami therefore rouuirlux
cuimlltutloual treatin.'in llull'a Catarrh Cure,
uialiufni'lurml by K. J Clmnc) .V l.'o loledn
Ohio, In the only coiutllutlnmil cure on the
market. It I. takeu Internally in down of from
len driip to a loaitpoouful. It acta directly on
the blond ami luueoim .urfacoa of the .yHtem
1 iie .liter one hundred dollara for any cane 11
falli. In cure Sen, I lot circulars ami leatluio
...mi. A,i,ir..h. K J. CHKN'KY .V till.,
Hold by drugKlila, " ML
llall'i. Kaiully l'llla are the beat.
Arrlvali at Hotel Pandlalon.
'.en Harria, I'urtland.
Andv Nvlandor, Portland.
W K Whipple, Tappeniali .
B I Murtin, 1'ortlaud.
J C Lunugan, Portland.
I 1. (Jhamberlin, Walla Wiilla.
.1 I' lHaacH, Walia Walla.
V W Hall, New York.
.Mra A Hertago, Seattle
L V WwiKgett aud wile, Sumptei
Mm Otia I'atteraon, The llallea.
I I MafMi
M II I'atton, Spokane.
I II Olark, Portland.
K 8ikea, ban Kranciaco.
II M Weaver, Chicago.
G J Kaufman, Portland.
William M a her Portland.
C M Smith, Portiaud.
A liraat, Portland.
1. A linker, Portland.
II Donley, Portland.
I. A Kleppel, Portland.
H K Kreeniitn, fhnago.
A II Jouua, York, Noli.
J V Douglaaand wile, Walla Wulla
Alma Brovu, 8ioux City.
niv Nordyke, Sumpter.
W 0 Layc'ock, Uee, Or.
C W MeiiderHon, San Krancimo.
W 0 Bristol, Portiaud.
f S K PreutloD, Denver.
11 K Brown, Sack, Calif.
J J Uurua, Portland
I W Jackaun.
NEW BRIDGE FOR W. & C. R.
PBN DLK TON TO HAVI PINI ITRUCTURB
TO COST S8&.000.
General Manaaer MeCabe Tails About
Walla Walla, Sept. 27. -Special cor
respondence. -.Joseph McCahe, general
manager of the W. Jk C. R. R. Co.
tlay stated to the Kast Oregonian
that his company will bnild a new
bridge across the Umatilla river at
1 endleton, replscina the i.resent atnir.
ture with one the cost ol which will
be abont ISfi.OOO. The bridge and its
building will be but a part of exten
sive improvements to he iiiaitn hv tha
W. & C. R. R. Co. during the cominu
year or two. Some time aao the state
ment was made that the company con
templated expending a large stint of
money in Pendleton and on the linn
operated hj the company between
there and Hunt's .Junction, bat the
statement came not from the manage
ment of the road.
"We wil! spend in Pendleton and
near there a lame amount of mwaanr "
said Manager McCabe. "It is to be
expended partly in the construction of
a fine $85,000 bridge to take the place
of that one we now use in east Pendle
ton. It will be bnilt according to the
best ideas of bridge engineers. It will
be 550 feet long, of two spans, concrete
foundations, piers and abutments, the
superstructure of steel Excavation be
gins October 10 and the bridge will be
completed during March.
We also will place 2i)00 vards of
crushed rock on Webb street "in front
of property we own. We have let a
contract to .eo. v. Schorr to crush the
rock and we will haul it into town on
"The Walla Walla river bridge he
tween Pendleton and Hunt's will alto
he rebuilt of steel, 150 feet long, the
pproachc 400 feet in length.
"The new bridges will be solid as the
mountains themselves and will be just
"n the line Irom your toan to
Hunt's junction we are going to make
may improvements in the roadbed, by
straightening curved and reducing
"The whole thing in a cntshell is
this we propose to put the line in
first-class condition such as will reduce
the cost of operation, if possible, and
increase the efficiency of the service
given to Pendleton. That town , rec
ognize as a remarkably fine business
point whence go large grain and live
stock shipments, as well as from the
contiguous territory, and whither
goes an enormous tonnage in merchan
dise and lumber from the distributing
( . liters. It is our purpose tn spend
just as much money as will he needed
in giving a perfect service to the im
portant town of Pendleton.
"Over here we have made improve
ment!, such as 1 have indicated as
proposed for the line reaching Pendle
ton. The sum expended has :en not
less than 1200,000, and we think we
have now a very tine plant and equip
ment, commensurate with the demand
f the t rattle. Our train service from
this region to the Puget Sound cities
ih much iietier man 11 was lormeriy
being Huited to the needs of the people
HE WESTON NEIGHBORHOOD
(Ire brigade was promptly organised,
and by plowing furrows and other
means the threatened danger wm
It is reported that hoyt old enough
to know better have been shooting
quail along Pine creek, a mile or two
above Weston. These TOO n titers are 1
being watched, and will soon get into
trouble if they persist in violaling the
game laws. A verv few covevn ol
quail have succeeded in growing np
in this locality, and if unmolested for
a few years this fine game bird may in
crease and multiply in the land
Dr. K. W. Barnes, late ol
Powder, has located at Weston, and
opened an office in the lleseel building
on Main street. Dr. Barnes is an Ore
gon pioneer, having cowie to the coast
in 1852. He was lormeriy located at
Salem hut of late years has been prac
ticing at different points in Kastern
Oregon and Idaho, and resided for the
past two years at North Powder
J. C. Tnrner has been making up a
carload of apples for shipment frmo
this locality, and pays oO cent-- per
hundred on the tree for winter apples.
This (nut is much scarcer than usual
in the Walla Walla valley, but apple
trees in the small orchards in Weston
and vicinity are bending nnder tin ir
load. On Weston mountain the soil
and climate are peculiarly adapted to
apple raising, as has been fully demon
strated on a Hnall scale.
While Thar Is Lira Thare Ii Hope.
1 was atllicted with catarrh: could
neither taste or smell and could hear
but little. K.ly' Cream Halm cured it.
- Marcus O. Shauts, Rahway, N. J.
The Balm reached nie salely and the
effect in surpricing. Mv son says the
first application gave decided relief
Respectlullv. Mrs. Kranklin Freeman.
Dovtr, N. u.
The Balm does not irritate or cause
sneezing. Sold by drnggests at 50c. or
mailed bv Kly Brothers, ,5i Warren St.,
He Goat on tha War Path at Wallula on
Wallula, Wash., Sept. 20. - An irate
youth armed with a revolver awoke
! the stillness of the village yesterday
afternoon and for a lew minutes it was
thonght that the famous "Deadline"
Durham had again declared war. John
Doak, 17 years of age, was the vonth
and the cause of his wrath was a man
named Tharp. Three shots were fired
hot after the smoke of battle lifted no
North casualties were found. This is how it
It aa iinaiiiail
Young Doak is in the employ of his
brother-in-law, Sam Ash, a saloonkeep
er. This afternoon the lad was engag
ed in transporting goiafs belonging to
Ash irom the depot and storing them
in a warehouse. While he wso time
engaged Tharo approached and present
ly the two IwBoame engaged 111 a vio
lent quarrel. Some say Tharp lltppM
the boy, "flier deny this. Anyway
Doak drew a revolver from 'ii pocket
:ind sent three bullets whistling about
the head of his eneniv.
lit brother-in-law, who was "land
ing near bv, rushed into the affray
and wrested the weapon from Doak be
fore he could hit Tharp. Not -yet pa
cified the bov hurried to his riun. se
cured a Winchester ritle and began a
man bunt, vowing that only the blood
of Tharp would appease him. Tharp
did not care about shedding his life's
elixer in such an inglorious cause and
immediately hied himself to other
and safer parts till the storm should
Doak is still hunting; Tharp i
still biding ; the town is holding its
breath in expectancy. No atresl have
ii.ni't wait till vou become chronical
Iv constipated but take DeWitt'a Little
Kir v icianra now ami men 1 ( " "
keep your liver and bowels 111 good or
dor. Kasy to take Safe pUla. Tall
uiau Jt Co.
I i lft a a irv ara. a bv t WT t
I I I my ar aw anil M am 1. 1 Bv- SBV
the time aud here is the place to
Utfat hunters uiul steel ranges
a ' J
a trial aim
Mf Mvea v.tiuititjs of air tigUts which I
' Mioaiinr titan over bolore. (iive me
1 lllO bavt a now ami complete assortment pi
llbl'i' and hanging lumps ut greatly reduced prices.
Main Street, Pendleton
The rector of the Church of the Re
deemer desires to announce that, dnr
ing bis absence attending the triennial
meeting ol the general convention of
the Episcopal church in San Francisco,
the Rev. John Warren will be in at
tendance in the parish, and will
officiate at the usual services. He will
gladly respond to any calls for minis
trations that may le sent to him ai
the rectory, where he will have his
headquarters. The members of the
vested choir will meet once a week,
on Saturday evenings for rehearsals,
and render the choral eervici Sun-
day evenings. Parents of the bo)-- are
requested to remind them of the date
v - 1
Henry Braydon, Harris, N.C., says,
"I took medicine 20 years lor asthma
but one bottle of One Minute Cough
Cure did me more good than anything
else during that time. Best Cough
Cure." Tall man A Co.
Woodmen of the World. Attention.
The excursion of Pendleton camp
No. 41 which should have gone to Mil
ton last Saturday wa- positioned until
Saturday, September 28 at 5:25 p.m.
to institute a camp at thai place. All
members wishing to go will please call
on L o. Sheek or J. P. Walker lor
particulars. By order ol committee.
A most cordial invitation i extended
tO ewrvlaxlv to attend lecture on hfl
man nature Theme, "(ireatent Study
ol Mankind is Man.' 1 will interest
and entertain vou at Hendricks hall
tonight at H p. in. Admission free.
Special On Sunday Irtornoon at I
p. m. at Hendrick s hall I will lecture
to men only. Young men, come and
know more of yourselves Boys under
1 '.' years not admitted.
m - ' bM . vagga
If yon have
In your pocket
thi add strikrs
vou can't nut it to
ne than to Iniv
II the exrrntKio.il v
put into our Kints
OWroats at iS th.it wr
want ( onsidered Tn sav
".is KlHld ,IS IIKKt ,,t ,B
it i il i 1 1 u a 1 1 -
Come in and look
Irown it yon
7"- ia ta Mam St ,
I 'enalotOQ, t )r
Clothiers, Hatters and furnishers.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to me will please call and set
tie. H M BIXUM.
and MM thick, glossy Ml to sup-
plain the former thin, brittle trow lli.
perl. tn- ii work on the principle,
" Dentroy I lie " in-e, you remove the
effect," and consequently il reaches
and kills oft the ever-buy mil rola-,
which in ropoinible for all scalp
di-id-i - It ll, i- iiiak. d.ncli !f
alid falling hair iiiiponaihle, und
promotes a luxuriant growth of lour
that soon b:oiui-a the pride of the
owner. Kveu on bald upola it h i
prod uces h.i ii ii- the k and luxuriuut
aa anyone tould wiab for.
On Maw "HI ooa'loe' lb1 11 14 lb
uuly KaU ivaturoi tbatreiOly .-urturoa.
For Sale by all first-Clan Drug Store.
L. ll Mm at a4lai L'..ii ik!
nil n rL J.itr ni neauiiK i"t;
'v yj i vmnini
W. J. CLARKE A
Opera Mouse Block.
Shooting Uuall on Pin Creak; Winter
Apples Plentiful Around Waiton.
The Weston Leader supplic the East
Oregon lun with the lol lowing items:
M. S, llauckel has gone to Viaits-
burg, where he will be employed as
government ganger for several mouths.
Die boiler lor the steam heating
laut of the new uortna! school tin i Id-
ng a rr veil last rnuay ami lias since
Mrs. K. Barnes left today (or
Wichita. KausaH, where her lister
resides. She will make her home
permanently at Wichita in future.
P. I . .Harbour aud Ulark Wood will
reprenelit MeveUH Lodge No. 4'.', K. of
at the grand lodge, which convenes
Octolwr 15 at Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Phillips, pioneer
residents of Drv creek, near Weston,
are preparing to leave eoou fo- Peck,
Idaho, to make their home.
Manager Nelson of the Weston brick
,,M vesterday sold 100,0)0 brick (or
branch house of the Holt Manufac
turing Co. ol Ualiloruia at Vvaiia
Douglas Winn of Couse crtM lately
purchased l'J acres of improved fruit
and near the state line lor flHOO. tie
has moved with his family to his new
Milton's apple crop it very si.ort this
year on accouut of the worm scourge.
Last year lo or 40 carloads were
shipped from that point, but this year
tin- limit ih ttxeU at seven.
J. A. Taylor and Miss Kale McDon
ald were married YVtidiieaday, Septem
ber 25, at the M. K. parsonage in
Athena. Mr. aud Mm. Taylor have
c hic to Spokane on a wedding trip.
Mm. M . .11. .smith, u pioneer woman
of Oregon, has arrived from Bonner's
Kerry. Mrs. Smith is visiting tier
raudchildren near towu, Mrs. J. 11.
lark and Mrs. J. K. Beaton
Rev. C. W. Hoag of the Lol Angeles
conference, M. K. church, south, has
been transferred to this conference and
assigued to the work at Weaton, Rev.
C (nuiu huuinu diiol inuil til ba ' . i. I it
James Lee has returned to his home
on Lry creea irutu vtuita ana aner
u aerioue lllueaas in the hospital there.
He was operated upon successfully for
appendicitis, which had reached a very
critical stage, aud is now retxiveriug.
h. L. Cleaver of the firm ol Cleaver
Bros., dry goods aud shoe merchant ot
Pendleton, was in towu Saturday aud
Sunday. Mr. Cleaver carried a grip
full of fine ores from the Prairie City
district, where he aud his brothers are
largely interested in mining.
Malen Hastings has returned irom
the Buffalo Hump cuuutry on a visit to
tiia mother, who is aeriouily ill at
Atheua. Maleu is now located ou the
Nex Perce reaervatiou, where he
secured a (arm. He has lately been
engaged in packing iuto the mines.
It is not o(ten that a man is actu
ally killed by a hear. However, this
late befell Dan Rioe, well known
huuter of Kaalo, B. C, who is sup
posed to have been instantly killed by
blow from a eilverlip'e paw on Mil
ford crtk, .Saturday. His waugled
reiuaiu were afterward fouud.
ii. Cueatuut aud bisuepliew were up
from Pendleton yesterday and went up
on Wild florae mountain to aee uertaiu
glau-ee that are offered for sale. Mr.
heetiiut think of locatlug ill tbia
locality. For ten years be waw super
iuteudeut of the oouuty hospital at
I endleton I
P. B. Boyd, rie.i Fischer and Pete
Pamburu of Atheua are enjoying a
- i hi nt iu the rtuuied "Black
mountain " reaion. They are alter
bear aud will travel (ar Into the
Ulueti with aaddle and pack horses.
Bcvd haa always breuaed about his
prowess as a hunter.aud will now have
chance to prove bis boasts.
During the wind storm oawitu.v
fire in M. Bannister's stubble a ' f p f ' W FjIIU UfllieU AffeilCV
ibu n vaj- vi it vvvu iv x w
r!l lliiW. i1i.lMl
aiienf ..ii . in. ...i.i ...
li..V, HI l l(tMI. .inolillf ,
1 . koat
DOtanor. kost Power. NlahfLoaaes, P
. mmfU. a. i nmm .... i.min.i mm a. on. L.m. a r. y
hllll. Mandncha.llnfltnaas lo Marry. Lou or BnBBB a.m.
Cbarae. Oiopa Her
oft MiniiiUtw ih. bvtin tin! BttvB caavan
m bmmv n i ....W..I. with . i. ki. tn. BBS! In-.
WR are the penple ami the only peoplo In lha
rta'Mlsry ImalneaB In Pendleton that ein
plura full force of mechanics the year around,
and make our own Haildtes, llarneaa, ole , and
to not ship them triirn the lactorlas llkeaome
ol our oompetilora and Itbeu tell you they are
as koo1 aa home made; but tbey are uot.
Leading Haroeai and Saddlery.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Pot harm and dwellings
Cheaper than tin.
I tine and Cement,
Prick and Sand,
Screen Doors Ik Windows,
Sash and Doors,
Terra Cotta Pipe
Borie & Light, Prop'
AlU St., opp. Court Honae
I, no i
Auerass, Oishop Remsdy Co., Ian Praneiseo, Oak
in iavi.k ii v rai.t.M n .( nmmmayrB), pkmh i ihv orsimiIi
Buy your Groceries of F, S. Younger k Son
I'liry pliMsi' the fastidious because they .ire i lean,
They satisly the careful ones In-c.itise ol their purity.
They appeal lo the econotnic.il le .nise puce is always reason.thle.
There are many, no doulit, wlio cjro. cries witlnntt
tmritv or cost, sniuils liei ause thev It ml i guml iimht lor
I j ar
Whatever youi re.t .mis may l ns i i all and we wi
I ml you
F. S. YOUNGER & SON.
OI'H K I'KI.I VKKY
Under New nanaiement
Bar and Billiard Uooini.
Tho Heat Hott
'IIbIbbHIbbbI E E &B sm
Glvf Us i Trill.
Kites $2.00 i diy
Special Kites by
Week or mootb
i i m He had ptuiplrs uu brr fan
be baa 0eu takhis ASI'AKK' 1" .ud tbey
k.c .ll iiin.puearud 1 U.0 tM-t t. troubled
w ih ooastlpatKM lol lops nn '"' after lak
inn tbe flrl I'aaearrt 1 nave bad im troui.le
elth tats ailment eaoopt spesk toe algal
of Caseareu ' ibiu Wibisis
67US lii iuiBiilnai. Aw I'biladeli'bia 1'B
ra.oi atAB eseairsaBO
Plasaaiii I'.'.table Pouni TsaU
Uuud Sever i ei. V'cei. ol Ori.e i( J
.I...I 11 UI
Bl.rllc Bt..l. CBBTSaBfl
MTD BIS - BiiajfuarB
Belching of Oases,
Pain in the Stomach,
Distress after Bating, etc.
There arc many resnedltsa lor these
trouble, but law cure.
NAU'S DYSPEPSIA CUkt:
will cure the were I
i i.i. M liuiuiuuuk, wltb i i n -.in io.
Co . rhiuas-u, ill , -ty: " i bvt'"
,. r-.l IL . ... I I ..111 -UOUM.-Il ll'Oliblu jbl' I"
IH1r. ll .'iilmluttl t" nl. oi'utlou if
in. ii.iiuucli lttat Man-li. Took Nan
llltlHltt urvauud am uurtMl."
ami t. ...
of how to operate it
accounts for our suc
cess in the laundry
Van Dt jiii Bros..
Headquarters for Traveling Men
In Eaitern Oreaon.
Successors to J. I Moor
In Selecting a Carpet
s...i avlll tin,! the lamest assort
i to select from at hatlin
Htore New uil hern III all
laUiat patterns. IbVI greatest vari
ety and So laael value ( the
mooes jfoo raUi law ojl wliat
SU0 ant hen and )ilt hat V'KI
I. RM boot -arirnt values
ever oft.ireil in h'. "ii wall la-
... , , li.umttr than uvor. I he
Oortal iii'i'r'ived rotary
.... t.j in .el, me. huy I"'
until you try it.
lyon's French Periodical Drops
vegetable, in-rfci tly hai mh ,
HI IWI Ii rfi:Mll.Tk
sure to accomnliati
wn Icuiaie nuiau.
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