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THEY ARE OFF
In a thousand places the people
who tell you they can sell better
Shoes for less Money.
than we can. If you will take the
trouhle to look over our itock
we will show you the best lines
in the market oi the following
Men's Boys' Youths'
and a large line of Rubbers
and Overshoes all sold at the
lowest priee for cash
Practical Boot and Shoe Men
PENDLETON, - OREGON.
AT UK DAY, KEI'TKMUKK-'-. !! .
B RK V ITI KS.
Jm. A. Howard. Kami loans.
Kor rent Two furnished rooms. In
uuire tiii - ottictt.
WanUxl A good, strong by t" work
in store. K. Martin.
Store, room tor rent, enquire a: Mr-.
Campbells' millinery atore.
All voters over 50 yearn ami al! Bie
men are exempt from poll tax.
Every citizen aliuuUi rwnieter. Don't
(ail to register before OsSMMM '-'
School suits at diacount ol 10 per
cent during thin week. Cleaver
Brother! Dry (ioodii Co.
Kor aale A neat tf-room house "' I
Iota on corner, niee homes all around
it, 11400. . I. Wade.
Go to the Woman' Exchange for
home made bread ami pastries on Wed
nesdays and Saturdays.
Sliced bacon aul wafer lltotd
amoked beef in glass bottles. Boue
thing very tine for luncher at Hawtey
Music hall in LaDow block will IM
open for engagement! ou ami after Id
September for dancing only, laqgire
of C. B. Wade.
(Jail and aee me if you want gncer
ea. 1 buv in carloU and will eel I
cheaper than any store iu eastern
Oregon. K. Martin.
W. K. Withee in agent fur the Do
meatic and Davia tewing machines. A
full line of supplies. Repairing a spe
cialty. All work guaranteed.
All ready for
First Day of School
We have all our books lor both
Public Schools and academy and
will exchange new books for old
ones at half price. Compini.u.
boxes, rulers and blotters given
away with purchase;..
TALLMAN & GO.
Distributors for Umatilla County.
Z I'ollf, game and toys at Nolf'a.
1 1 .t v von r.v i -ten-.! !' 'ik- close on
I hirt waists w 4c Cleaver
Bros. Iry Oixsis Co.
You lose your vote if you don't reg
ister. Book- close Oct out 2.
Hest school hose ever sold, J6c pair
Cleaver Brothers lr v Ootids Co.
School handkerchief!, lc each
Cleaver Brothers Dry (iooda Co.
We n.ive a tirst claaa carriage pai lie
with a guarantee. N eagle Brae.
Ice cream soda toiiighi and Saturday
at koeppen's drug atore on Court
Kor tirst claas rigs or a cah at any
hour telephone Depot itables, Klvin
( raig. (Top.
If vou want to aee a nice line of wall
paper and borders go see C. C. Sharp,
three carloads of onions were re-
.ii shipped from Milton to dealers
in Kansas ami Nebraska.
Cleaver Hros Pry iool company
received In .nr.-- tolay, .1 ..irni
shipment of rainy uay skirts.
Vou can get bister's Imported hug
lish Antiseptic tooth powder at
cei. in a bottle at Koeppen's pharmacy.
. leu ol tile Ineliiliers 1 1 1 tile local
order ( Woodmen of the World will go
10 Milton tonight to establish a lodge
at that place.
Now invoice of ayrtlp -pitcher!,
now 1- ami pitchers, salt and pepper
shakers, vegetable dishes ami plat
km at llawley Broa.
Walla Walla statesman: Wakeheld
ami tailing of l'eiidleton are at the
corner of Kirs' and Main streets with
an exhibit of pianos.
iiail tell in Milt. 'i, and vicinity
Thursday, followed hv a downpour of
rain, (ilass wai broken, cellars tilled
with water and much damage was done
1 1 fruit.
Kd Brisuo arrived from Walla Walla
today to get a number of Indians to
take part 111 the parade at the fruit fair
tomorrow, lie will return this even
nig, and will lake about twenty red
skniB with him. A war dance will be
a part of the program.
Mv stock of fancy groceries is we
selected and I would like for you to
see then., rancy pickles, relishes and
cliow chows are of the belt imported
and domestic brauds. I have a hue
hue ol amoked lish, fancy mackerel
ami the beat cheese on the market. K.
Mary M. Baumgart lias applied for
a divorce from her busband, Kobert
baumgart. Ihu two were married 111
l'eiidleton on September LM, 1U00. The
pUiutitt claims that Baumgart desert
ed her mi the day jf their marriage
and na- not since contributed t the
support of hersell or of her baby.
The homeliest man in l'eiidleton as
well as the handsomest, ami others
are invited to call on any druggist
and get Iree a trial bottle of Kemp's
Balsam for the throat and lungs, a
remedy that is guaranteed to cure and
relieve all chronic and acute coughs
asthma, bronchitis ami consumption.
I'rice :2oc and oOc. Kor aale by Tall
man 6i Co., aole agents.
Arc the style now and we have
them 111 all the latest designs anil
Our patent calf, patent kid and
enamel calf shoes are selected from
the best lines, and are strictly up
They fit, wear well and keep their
The Pendleton Shoe Co.
O45 Main Street Pendleton, Ore.
tins UtJon(Ml(M will h't the contract
on Monday for his new brick building,
next to Martin's bakery.
The Peoples Warehouse, Pendleton's
largest store, deems to he doing I be
buaineea. This sale of men's 110 suits
and overcoats has been a hummer.
SVe their window display,
A man named Joseph Swenev was
arrested last night and taken before
.Indue (team this morninu. BwwMMV
will be kept in jail for five days ami
will then be asked to get out of town.
Tonight --Kverylxsly come and hear
A, I. UMM corner Main and Court,
streets at 7 sharp. Tonight I will
lecture and entertain you. N. H.
Young men, come out tooifbt as there
will be no lecture at. hall tomorrow
alternoon as advertised.
Walla Walla Union: The manage
ment of the fruit fair be I made ar
rangements with bee ItOOfthOOM Ol
Pendleton to I riiik' twenty I'liiatilln
Indian braves to Walla Walla Satnrdav
Inr the purpose of giving a war dance.
This feature is well worth eeing ami
a large attendance is anticipated as a
Andy Anderson has sold to Henry
Taylor, the northeast, quarter of section
night, township three, north of range
thirty-three eaat of Willamett" meri
dian. The consideration was 15600.
W. I). Parker of Athena has sold to II
J, Bell, the northwest quarter "i MO
tion nine, township four, north ol
range thirty-two, consideration 13500
Mrs. I.ee Teutich is quite ill with
Louis Huiuiker will spend ItaOdej
in Walla Walla.
Harry Thompson went to Wallu
Walla this morning.
K. II. Clark went to Salem last night
to take in the state fair,
g C. H. Carter went to Walla Walla
this morning on business.
Peter Umbo has returned from Hot
Springs. He is improved 111 health.
Jim Hall, of the Mountain HoOM
country, wan a isitor in town today.
Walla Walla Statesman : UlM AgUM
Kletcher is in the city from Pendleton.
Miss 1 race Beagle has gone to Walla
Walla for a two day's visit at the fruit,
M. A. Butler passed through l'eiidle
ton this morning on hi way to Spo
kane. Thus. Kerr came in from Kadger
Springs today to put some wiieat on
Mrs. Jesse hailing has returned homo
after a month's visit at Astoria, Port
land and Seaside.
J. M. Ambler of Juniper was iu
town today to arrange for repairs on
his threshing machine.
Chas. Cunningham has returned
from Butter creek, where he delivered
tilty rams to Thomas Matt hewn.
C. H. Carter, .1. II. Kaley, I.. B.
Keeder and Dr. C. J. Wnitaker have
rtri!wl from a f"'f dsy'" ) er hunt
Mrs. William Parsons left this morn
ing for San hrancieco. She will at
tend the Kpiscopal convention while
J. II. Wallace will go tonight to
Walla Walla where he will he married
tomorrow to Miss Myrtle Wil-on oi
Kobert Potwine started for San Fran
cisco this morning, to lie present at
the general convention ol the K.pisco.
John S. Cox of Camas Prairie was
in town today. He says thai In- will
offer aouie of his horse for sale on
Mr. ami Mrs. Krank B. Cloptou lelt
last night or San Krancisco to attend
tbe Kpiacopal convention, limy will
be gone about a month.
Deputy Sheriff Blakley left fur Sa
lem last night with three prisoners 111
charge. 'They were, Ira anil Krank
Sibley and Frank Croas.
Misses Lavelle Moor house and Kdna
Thompaon went to Walla Walla this
morning to visit the fruit fair. They
will return tomorrow night
K. P. Wei ton .will remove to Meaeh
im next Sunday. Mr. Welton wu
formerly connected with the sanitar
ium near the Pendleton academy.
Clarence Adams has gone to Dixie.
Waeh., to act as station agent at that
place. Heretofore he has been em
ployed at the W. i C. K. depot.
Arlington Kecord: Mr. Montague of
Peudleton is stopping at the (1 ramie
hotel. lie inteuds remaining here
aeveral days to tie treated by Dr. Laz
ier. Salem Statesman : J. T. l.ainbirtb
of the Kim National bauk of Pendle
ton, is in Salem, on his way home
from Vancouver, B. C, to visit his
brotiier, Supt. J. Lambirtli of the Sa
lem Light, Power Traction company.
The engagement of Ldwin Young
.ludd of Peudietou ami Miss Klizabeth
Uryant of Hartford, Connecticut, is
announced iu letters to friends iu Pen
II. -ton IffOM Mr. Judd, who is at pres
ent visiting ins ull home 111 Hartford.
Walla Walla Statesman Mrs. Jos.
McCabe returned Thursday from Ouin
cy, 111. She left there her daughter
Miss Olive, who will remain as a stu
dent 111 St. Maiy's institute, a convent
school, conducted by the Sisters of
J. K. Craditk returned last night
from Seattle. He was aboard the
steamer Oregon that lost her rudder on
the trip down from Alaaka. He says
that the Oregon was out for eighteen
days with ouiy seven days' rations and
that lie tecauie so hungry at limes that
he was forced to eat crusts of bread or
anything he could pick up.
Sumpter Miner: K. K. Cleaver
came 111 from Peiideltou this loreiiooii,
en route to Prairie City, lie ban se
cured tin- agency of the baud drill, in
vented h a man at Waitsburg, Wash
ington, of which so much of a favor
able uature ban been said, and will
put it on the market here at an early
day. H. Stanley Cottin of North Yakima,
one of the largest sheep owuers of that
part of the country, was 111 Pendleton
iaat night. He was here for the pur- I
pose of negotiating a deal in bucks.
He already has .10,000 sheep 111 the
neighborhood oi akiuia and a mam
acres of range 111 the florae fisaveo
country. He returned to North Yaki
ma last nixht.
ions. 1 car load of onions, several
, milch cows, a number of horse brok
en and nnhroken, and a few hogs.
; There were also many promises of
The 0, K. A N., through their in
dustrial agent, K, C. Jndson, have
premised to Advertise the fair ami se
cure bnyerw. Mr. .I.kIniiii whs here a
week go, and ssetned verv enthusiastic
oer the proposition and said that he
would do all in his power to make it a
A plane for the aale has been chosen
011 Alta strest, near the Savings
bank. P.nyers and sellers will meet
there between 9 a. m. and I p. ni.,
Tuesday, October 8.
FOR THE EXCHANGE I AIR
earmark Promise to Attend It, Both as
smart and Buyers.
I; T. Cox relume! last night from
a thirty mile trip among the faruiem
along McKay creek road. He is very
much encouraged over the prospect for
the exchange fair, which will be held
in i'emlletoii on October 8. He louml
that uearly all the farmers interviewed
have something to bring and those who
had not have expressed their inteution
Of beiug in town on that day. Mr
Cox's trip yesterday, netted many
promises of farm produce to be sold
here 011 market day. Amoug them are:
600 bags of potatoes, 360 sacks of ou-
A Plsture or Chicago In 1836.
Mr. ami Mrs. J, W. Salisbury are In
town todav from their home on Butter
creek. Mr. Salisbury brought a pic
lure nt Chicago to B, T. Wade, which
was drawn in In.tft by George W. Dw
ell, then county clerk of Cook countv.
The picture shows quite a settlement,
a big mill, a three story hotel, sever
al churches, a number of dwellings,
some -i 1 mpine and a government light
house. Mr. Salisbury has also an ex
eel lent reproduction of the picture,
drawn by Mrs. S. S. Darnell of Camas
Prairie, two years ago At the time
of the drawing of the picture by Mr.
Davis, Mr. Salisbury's father, Stephen
M. Salisbury, wan "county -unervuor
of Cook county. This picture of Chi
cago has bum in the Salisbury family
for rtn veara.
Blihop Morris Takes Part.
Much interest is being taken by
Kpiscopal ians in the cominu general
convention of the Kpiacopal church,
which will tie held next week iu San
Hraiicisco. It happens according to
canonical order, that Bishop Bi WIs
l.r Morris will be the preacher at the
opening services of the convention.
BlBbop Tuttle was the preacher at the
last convention, and Bifhop Whittle
of Virginia, who comes next, will not
tie 111 attendance, so the duty falls up
on the bishop of Oregon. Itev. W. K.
Potwine and K. B. Clopton will he in
attendance upon the convention from
- m . -
Maautrl Artls (Java Pleasant Dante.
"The Magistri Artis" social club
deerve much credit for the verv pleas
ant entertainment at LaDow hall lat
night. The hall lias recently been re
fitted ami is a charming place in which
to pass a pleasant evening. It was one
of the prettiest society events eve, seen
in Pendleton. Itefreshmeii s wen
served. Kortv couples were present to
indulge in the gutties of tile evening.
Kirkin. ui's orchestra furnished the
A Chureh Bull.
I.ns Angeles, Sept. 28. In the
Methodist conference in session here
today Prof. Mitchell of the Boston
Theological college, was charged with
heresy. A resirt was adopted forbid
ding all young men in Calilornia from
attending the college as it taught the
I nltarian doctrine.
Hut that isn't what
we wish to call your
attention to. It s
the best twenty five
cent coffee on earth.
You may pay more
lor something infer
ior. Try it.
Owl Tea House.
That's the place.
WAR BETWEEN STOCKMEN
Bmm.t Co.hr.n.and H.rd.rs F.r.o on
and a Fight With (tinea Follows.
It was report.nl at Heppner sav- IM
tired upon BmlM Cochrane and hM
ers In !t,e Jobl! Dm section and WM
,,. r). was returned. ggdlJS. WJ
member- of the at tucking par wer.
wounded. Later, it , V J .
one of the men had died from W
, s ,onds. Reliable ...form
ation proves that these rep u s were
SlTwRd rumors and "K
tion. B. i' Head, who baa Jf
turned to Heppner. from
scene of the sli.sit.ng. ' ,r ,
ran.', and gives the following partlcu- I
'"un Thnrsdav. the lfth Iff.. fjblll
Mr. Cochrane and Ml l" harden
were eating lunch about noon, a partv
o( si x or eight persons ......;
... .i...... Thev limped behind ,
11 ring at ni""" ' .,.,, ui;...
trees and returned the Ire. W WItj
chesters cracked hveh lW a w nleaml
,av shots were exchanged
.- ... ....,,.. mm hurt. I he
l ocnrane . inn ,-r. . .
mill.., M( flMldcHly the worst of it,
but whether anvtsslv was hit. it is m i
dellnitelv known. However, it "
known ti.at pt.vsic.ans and surgeons ...
the John Day country are now doing a
The shooting occurreil between Can
von Oil? and Hear Vallev, at a point
alHint I", mites south Oi Canyon UIW.
Bxsurilon Train to Walls Walla
Remember, that the trmii leave, the
0i Ri N. depot at Pen lletnti at SII0,
I Sunday morning, Sentember B, tor
Walla Walla; that the lare tor the
round trip is 11.41); that the tram will
arrive at 10:05 a. ., ad leave i,.r
Pendlaton, at 10 tW p, m. . wat Bon.
I da will be a nig dav at Walla Walla
.in.! von cannot affnr.l to miss it. the
I fruit fair people have fjarranged a tine
I proirraai m Sunday night, which is
: to close with a gran I concert. There
will lie a jollv, g.s)d crowd goine from
Arlington Record: A thin from Pen
dleton, are securing a large lot of
granite Iron. Arlington and shipping
l. to Pendleton, Heppner and other lo
calities. There are large uuatitities of
this granite in the vicinity of Arllajf
' ton, and it is of line ipiality.
The GRHAT TEST of .1 shoe
is its BEHAVIOR is WET
WEATHBRi A shoe not ro
erly made or made of leather not
properly seasoned SWELLS
WHEN WET and loses its sliapi
Our shoes are made of the most
carefully tanned, thoroughly
ItfStched and seasoned leather so
that tin s not ONLY WEAK but
keep THEIR SHAPE ertn sftw
having been THOROUGHLY
WET. Tlies an made artistic,
stylish and comfortable lines
llesnles bcinp, inexpensive 111 then
cost are GUARANTEED to wear
so lon as to be the most gCOM
We hi all kinds of feet PER
PBCTLY .1 1 that's our lone, suit.
"Let th OOLO DUST twlnm Ho your WmZfttt
The Peoples Warehouse
Trtl: 11 1 1 1 Ms OH PHUT.
716 Main Street. Pendleton. Or
WILL YOU BE THERE?
We take great pleasure in iuvitiug you lu atleud a
BOt lul exhibition that will be given in our atore on
September 27, 28 and 29.
at which time we will have on display a very large stock of
tin Imported and Domestic Woolens, not sampler hut
large pieces of woolens. We have obtained these piece
goods fur tbe sols purpose of allowing our customers to see
the goods more like what they appear when made up.
A Special Representative Will B Present
especially prepared to take your measure carefully ou
the above dates, for a vry high quality of tailor.
Ins at popular pricos We guarantee a perfect fit or
no sale, and especially recommend workmanship and
trimmings. Don't fail to call even if you are not pre
pared to buy at onee, but leave your order for future de
livery. AH the new Oxfords and Cambridge Gray Mix
tures, English Striped Worsteds and popular Blue Ssrges
will be contained in this display.
We trust to have the pleasure of your attendance.
makes the pan-, and kettles clean and bright It does the work much
better than soap and in much loss time.
You savnhalf vour labor when you use GOLD DUST. It is th world,
best cleanser. It cleans everything and injures nothing. Groctrs have it
"Send Ml our frel booklet, ooioen miles for Homework "
THF N K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. Chlcaf o. St Uul, Ne York. Bra
ST. JOE STORE
Friday, Saturday, Monday, Sept. 27, 28, and 30.
With every f !.M p.irt'haM, icroeeriee excepted,
With every fi no nurchase, uroeeriee exoepted,
With eve?) 10.. 111 purchase, tir.ic.ricH i-xcpted,
With fverv l'i iki iiiri'ha", tfri)ri'ru! cxcpti'il,
With every J.I. on purchase, grurariee excepted.
With . verv If. i 00 pl.rcliase, itmcrtriea excepted,
With everv .'hi. 00 p.ircnae, groceries excepte.1,
B peudief sugar fret.
u K).iiins oi mpr im,
M i ...un. I nl
80 minis uf eomr Irw,
0 pounrll of glr lm
"in la of sugar fns.
lOt) i .mi. I- oi iogar free.
Our prices guaranteed the lowest; largest stock
in the county to select from.
LYONS MERCANTILE CO.
Furniture and Undertaking,
.fsvni v ' sr. - ' ai il
Uncle Sum; "Sietr to
I I . n . n.
tiii tor r uriiiitire ."Morv, con
Main .nid Wolili strcetj, Pei
Cil 111 ( )fl'"llll
f ff l'i lot: "WhygothMtr
I :itsai -v ! '
- ppl.-' I'liflt' Sam: "Bet-auM
my' UM the tiii"-1 line of Furniti
L- 1 ... 1 l. .. I
II) 1.0 llltlllU ill ESWHeTU u
ami wo all want to feast
yes 00 the iiiunv nice furniture reations and secure
of Ihfl rare liarain he is offering."
. A. RADER.
f in ner Main and Webl itieetli
A complete line of
Stationery and hooks
School liooks ami
New line of Pot
eoods, pockel I
purses cird cia
Caues in all styles
I ii -t in i.i veil some
Fine After Dinner
And many Fancy Delecacies a'
Standard Grocery &
Opposite Golden Rule Hotel.
BA It IN CONNKI 1' I ON
IN CENTER OK KLOi K
BET. A I . I'A & W Kit It H'l'H
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V..-I l,Uoular "Ul1 A "" rlUt haul
y'r. ttU,Ul uuJ. tUiill i
. '". ius te
Let Us Pot our .. vjjg
ii rou warn B r t el ??!&t3?3
,,1: m,.. iha Uiit lu IViullo'" , f
our priuw aw ". iril "a
iiiLau oa aay m
a j u altars, YP
Flour MCUuaixl wU i
lour, Still orfar
l)Uxl ttcplvwbei A lm,,
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