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TUESDAY, cctobf.r 8, mn.
New neat nobln
styles for party
and home wear
largest we havr
I Ttif People Warphott had
cial niarkt" day salt- to lay.
Home marie carulim a ipwcfalt,.
; Faurv line of bon bon at ''HxleoaV
I Palsr of Swt on Coort strwt
Uliml bacon ano wafer slirssl
smokrtl bel in glass bottlr. BWM
thing very litis for I line lias t Hawley
Call anl roe if yon aunt itrncer
iaa. I bny in carlota ami aflJ mII
cheaper than any store n eastern
Oregon. K. Martin.
New invoii of syrni -ii.tchers,
bowl anil UltabSW. Mlt and pepper
tliskcrs, vegetable diahe and plat
mrr at Hawley Mrua.
W. R. With in aan: (or the Do
rueetic and Oavis sewing mtthfaaa. A
fall line of suppl le. BsSpalrlSjg ipe
cialty. All work guarantee.!.
Mv stock of fancy groceries is well
sle'tel and I wnnld like for yen to
see then., t alley pickles. relihei- and
chow chows are of the basil imported
and domestic brands. I have tine
line of smoked tish, fancy mackerel
and the heat rheeae on UM market R.
ttw THE I IRST EXCHANOE FAIR
atorml toira. This
virtue of sii porters.
theory has the
Jaa. A. Howard. Farm loans
Doll carriage, hoyi' wagons. R
I ahirt waista, now 4c. QtaStwf
Broa. Dry Goods Co.
Wanted A food, strong b.y o work
in store. R. Martin.
The line of cloaks at Aleiatider's if
etjtial to any in Oregon
Store room tor rant, annire at Mr
Caniptmlls' milliners store.
School handkerchiefs, lr each.
Clearer Brothers Dry QWMI 0
Oo tc Empire meat market to- I real
ysters and clams in balk and fish.
Mrs. Host, corner Ann and Blsfl
street, haa a cookstove for tale cheat
Best achool hoae ever sold, 25c pair.
Cleaver Brother Dry Good Co.
The flannel wasting at Alexan l I
are new, they are pretty and ttiev are
Yon can boy a cape lor 76c, a coat for
11.60 and a ailk waist for I'. . at
For nrat claaa rigs or a cab at any
boor telephone Depot tables, Llvin
Freah fro, lefts, tobaters. O. vim la
and eastern oysters served an
the French restraurant.
Mi the groceries ' M an 1
clean at F . Younger A -such
Wanted Two furnished BOMBfe
ing rooms for man and wife. A
X. care Kaat Uregonian.
cbool suit at discount
cent during this week.
Brothers Dry Cioods Co.
Y i ne stock ranch for sale.
l'rairie. Fine summer
ing. also 1'iO cattle. E
Take yoar pictures to Sharp k BSMrS
them fraoist'. Dealer in nils, paints,
wallpaper and glass. 206 Court street.
If it is 11 o'clock snd you wsnt
something for luoeb. von can always
get it delivered in 16 minutes bf f. v
Yoonger & Son.
Yon can not get goods for nothing a',
any place, hot ycu can get silk waist,
an odd line of coats and calico writ
er below cost at A Inlander's.
Lost A lady's pocket book cut o
Ing about I1W and s ime palmers Fts I
er plaaae return same to East orwgim
tan oflice and receive reward.
Wanted, a voung woman, between 1ft'
and SO Near of age, to go to Csl ifavi
with an invalid in a hack. Wsg.
Addrwss H. W. Hern, a Adam. Or.
Ob, my ' it i dinner time and ttioae
groceries havn't come yet. Not
with F. B. Yoonger A Its Mb.
order will be delivered in 15 minutes.
At bad time I take a pleasant herb
drink, the nest morning I tee!
and mv complexion is better Mv
doctor any it acts gently osj ttst
tomach, liver snd kidneys, and is a
pieaaant laxative. It i made I
!irt, and is prepared ar
t. It is called Lane's v
Lane' Familv Medicine movea the
bowel each day. Price 36c and t
For sale bv Talman A Co.. sole agent
of 10 per
I. Union went to Adams last even
ing. Mrs. F. K .1 ntlil returned from Walla
Walla last evening.
S. Berkeley re:urne i (rum a ruix!
ness trip to Portland tbil morning.
S. M. F.acem of Pii t Rock in reg
istered at the iiolden Kule today.
Industrial Agent K. 0. 'inlson snd
Livestock Agent C. ' M 1 is are in
Frank Fra:er i gfg n la PandlatOB
sfter two month's at'tence at racing
meet in Montana, Washington and
S. Stevens of Milton was in town
today. He was a guest at the Oolden
Carl Nelson took tba Owkfa of inten
tion to become a cituen of the I'mted
A H. Todd was lsTV Iron. Meai-ham
last night. He say that the range
around Meacham creek is in tine shape
and that the cattle e do.ng weil.
Word hss been received from n ine
Ellis in Portland thai ins son l.ddie
has suffered a reiai and is in a vert
FALLlhO HAIR STOrPKD.
Baldness lured by Dstoying th Para
site Oertn fkal lursi lu
Baldness follows falling hair, fal
ling hair lollows dandruff : and dand
ruff is the result af s germ digging its
wsv int.. the .:ai. 10 the rut of the
hair where it gftfS) the viui ity o! the
hair. To destroy that germ i to pre
vent as well a cure daudrti:!. falling
hair, and, lastly, luil.lnes. !.. M
on; one prasasjratton known to .1" ttiat.
Neanro' Herpicide, an asstirs new.
scientific discovery. Wherever it ha
teen tired it hao proven wonderlolly
sncceasful It can't be otherwise, i
cause it utterly destroys the dandruff
germ. "You destroy the cane you
remove the effect.''
Another ridiculous lood fad has been
branded by the most competent author
ities They have dispelled the silly
notion I list one k;ud .( food i needed
for brsin, BSJOUwi lot mucle. and
still another tor hone. A correct diet
will not only nourish a particular part
Ol the twdv. but it will sustain every
other part. Yet. h -wever good yoar
food may be, its nutriment is destroy
ed by indigestion or dypepais. Yoo
matt prepare for their apimarance or
prevent their coming by taking regular
dusws of tvraso's August Flower, the
fsvorite medicine ol me nealthv mil
lion. A few dose aids digestion,
purine the blood, ami mases you feel
buoyant and visjOrwM, You can get
Pr. fl 0 ' iron's reliable remedies at
Tallman At Co.'. Ssg "reen's Specisl
Demand for Stoek and Produes Was
Extess of Supply.
The casual observer would not hsve
teen impressed favorably with the ap
parance Ol the Pendleton cxihsnge
fair upon looking down Alta street this
morning. Yet i( he had mixed with
the crowd and listened t the conver
sation he would hsve discovered that
BMH transactions were taking place
where the goods did not appear upon
the grounds. The lair had trie advan
tage ol bringing together people Rfbo
nad something to sell with those who
l ad the means to buy. Sheep and
borSB buver were there ready for a
favorable opportunity to make pur-
chafes. A few good deals were made
ami many more would hsve been closed
ifthe large number of farmers had
kept their promise to come with samp
le, of whatever they had n sell. Some
came according to agreement and what
ever they bad to sell thst was mar
ketable was ouicklv disposed ot Oth
ers were present who did not keep
their promises to bring something and
MM that they were afraid that they
could not find' buver and desired first
kg see what the result of today's fair
w ni id be.
R. T Cox, who has undertaken the
management of the ex. tiange fair, says
thai the experiment has proved more
satisfactory than he had expected. It
was onlv an experiment and the peo
ple could not be expected to bring in
wagon load ol produce without bifflf
r, as.inabiy sure of finding a good mar
ket for tiieir wares Those aim came
sj to the fsir todsy hsve satisfied
themselves thst they can bring the It
prod sea lata town on market dav and
have no trouble in selling it. Horses
. , . , ..... . . .
II demand tlKiay anu :i or rigm
BlBtj I Ikonfe had lieen put up fr sale,
W head could have been disposed of
Bsstl le the loan horse buyer, a hoard
of inspectors headed bv Msj. A. H
i'ver of the Vancouver barracks, were
- prepared to buy 252 horses for t tie
tad tates srtillery service. They
cam- here DSSanM tney had heard ol
arket dav and had thought it a
good time to boy a few horse. It the
opportunity offers in the near future
to Bwjr the required amount of stock,
ttiev will return here for thst Ml POM.
Col. R. C. .ludsou, the t. K. fl N.
iuduirial agent who proposed the fsir.
and t J. Mlllis. the.ivestovk agen' ol
Uo ri ad. were present.. They said the
fir: dav' show ins was a good as is
usual v" made in eastern place here 1 1 ia;
mel e: Bsrprl I are inangurute.
Pscislon Favors Oil Produers.
San Francisco, Oct. 8. -The stste
board of rsilwsy commissioners this
afterniHii handed down a decision in
the Hakersfield rate case brought by
oil producers to SSasfS 1 the, railroads
to estahlish more etioitable rates.
The board cut lbs present rste M 42
cents per barrel to :7 cents, to take
effes t November I. The uwclsioCl on
switching chsrges wa I MSI 'BO until
the next meeting.
Two Negroes Wr Hanged.
Philadelphia, Oct I t ls. Perry
slid Henrv Ivor, negroes, were banged
here thi morning lor oOtnnMoity !
the murder Ol Prof. R 4 W'nie. it the
I'niversitv of Pennsv Ivania a ye?- ago
Amos Stirling. another tsBgt
waiting senten. : deatl lof SOB
KM in the same crime. The motive of
the murder was robbaffV.
. . . ....mhiint
Havana. Oct. S. " , b
Cubans Of llvan 1 ' ',nJflb.,l.
Msnt.al aid to the t oM "" P,n, .
'.ml'monascho-ner fr.m l;ere.
S200.00C Fir m Chieaso.
i H -Tne plant of the
der the falling wall ot th Is. tor .
Tbe -HH-n'tarv of Mate is expecte.1 to
Te in te Uacat.oti, ureatlv iinprove.l
work H- ir to receive tht degree
,T,HMoron.w-sat . Haven on the
Touna Boekstallar'i Wedding.
Providence. R. I., Oct. 8. -John D.
Rockefeller, jr., and other raaabari ol
the Rockefeller familv will arrive
thi afteirnwn from New York for
the wedding on Wednesday ol the t ief
heir ol '.be RiH-keleller millions and
Miss Ahbir Aldrict, Fiftc-ii pTVtalS
detective and a regularly appointed
nress agent w;'! sec .mpanv ttie pariy.
In Philadelphia for Martina Sfetl
urr-.tel Howard K. Sloiin. ar. Unn
ploved reorter: Henry W alia OCi-
tUs editor of one of the morn tag pa.
en.: J. Knight Findlay of Way ne. ste-
fwfjrraphtr, a nt Osaat i I'lttiiai- a
tarlr iploywd In one of the m t
prominent BbflM m the nlty, The
victim I Mrs. Mai-i OiaKirich, tbe
proprietress, of an vetab'.isbmrnt on
North Tenth atrH.i
about $14"' I at a Kaloon re
cently but you may' vajuiiv"
a tlirte cent remium ticket
with tvery Iwwity-flvi
pvrohtasf of our tt-a-
The GREAT TEST ol a shoe
il ,ts BEHAVIOR m WBT
WE THER A slio. not prop-
erly made or made ol leather not
properly gaaaoned SVN 1. Ll.s
WHEN WET art : . se hape
Our ahoaa arc mavie oi the most
carefully I a n n a d, th. .roughly
trotehefl and reasoned leather so;
that tht-v not ONLY WEAR tut
THEIR SHAPE even iitel
'having heen lHUKUiuni.1
WET. Tlie are made artistic.
Stylish and comfortal'le lines.
Betidei being inexpensive in their
r. (,' A RAN TEE I1 t wear
j so long as to he the most econo
Wf fit ail kinds ot feet TER
FECTLY as that's our long suit
( ir Clnthin? S;iK' 1 nmL
1 unng this week, rie member re iU,
Free, Free Absolutely Free
ith t'VtTV suit of clothes darini this sal. ia.
hat one pair suspenders and one nice haL
I t .-.,.L- .t ..'O.lilu 111 t in a
our prices arc puarante-d the lowest.
-m. m ai -a, fan. sa
LYUrfa xuiiKLsATlLE CO.,
Furniture and Undertak
Ksiravetl !r mi W
pasture, Bear tlie (ool.ill sootb ol
Pendleton, a niouw oiored tilley. two
vear old. brainlil air of cltltm. aitli
nusricr ilre!r over it. oi tell siiniliit
A reward of l"i fur info
ing a the re turn i
p nersl v s
,Lr K.ri s.
( .! .'.."i lr
Avoid all drying inhalant ami u-
All ready for
First Day of School
j. I: a em
Bts at aruggnat or u
c'atarrti auavj difficulty
ing and to a great extto
hearing tiy uae of Ely'
Haiti. iaofspJag of niuu hi
voice aad nuanug hav- gi
prosasV J W. Itavidsou.
Law, ilonnn.uLh, 111.
Tor Utwr.) .: :. . ... truntu- are
aaat l cali-.l together thi aftarnuou
at .'clocc ti arrange lor tbe school
election ut for today. They hurried
together a few uo-i. t" act a clerk
and judge? and tlie electl"n t e gao.
Tbe queatiuij l. bs v.iUxi upon was.
wtiether the high school was BO i
coiitinued or abolished.
We have all our books for t.oth
Public Schools and academy atui
will exchange new books for old
ones at half price. Companian
boxes, rulers and blotter
away with purchases.
TALLMAN & CO.
HAH IN ' ONNECTION
IX 'KXTJih (K Hl.m K
Htri Al.TA A WEBH -1-
F. X. SCilfcMPK Prop.
FRANK FLBTCHER S KLOI'SftBhr.
Coupl Supposed to t in Sluior. in
An eiopiug couple fro;u We-i.in
aoi to be enjoying bridal sscla
..ilieW!,ere :n Walia Wal.a. y '.ne
t rans Iraiier is reported to bare
tagfti awav the l.Vyear-old daughter
Bf Mr. aad Mr. Mark Henderson
trim the Fletcher aawmill where ttie
Hendersons lived, the girl's father he
lag employed in the mill Shortly
: el. .re ".tie eioKitiicut young KlStphef
iM.rr.iaeil ome feuiiuine garments troni
tlie a He of a mountaineer near the
mill. It i thought be did this to en
large the limited wardrobe ol tbe girl.
Trouble in thi instance did not
ome singlv lu the Handersoi. f.renti.
Mars Henderon, jr.. ha also disap
hast Friday young Henderson drove
to Athena with his father' four
- team anu a load of lumber lrom
tbe mill, and drew ff on tbe load.
He '.lien put the team in a livery
barn lured a addie horse, snd rode
QltlbMl, where be isaarded an east
bound train. Two day later ttie sad
dled horse was f ond in s corral near
iibbou. where it bad ueither food nor
water, by James Carden, who reported
tbe fact at Atnena. Joi n McLean
then aent lo'iihbun and cure : Iks
Two motive are ascribed for Mark
ii.'Ii 1er.il,' dlMplNNsrance. mie le,iiw
tnat fie wanted to pursue hi iter and
tier iarauiour, the other is that he is
reported t have been concerned :o
certain ' cattle bustling" in tbe neigh
borhood of the mill, and considered
ilia: uni .eaaaut embarraasuieut and an
uovance unght : e avi.i ie.i ny lea ng
the t iuntrv.
it ii said at aliitoD that rcaag
r r and the girl beaded lor Walla
Walla. The local police bars not
been requested t' apprehend them.
Rt.PlBLIl.AN STSTB BADS
Pfaetioally Settled it will o br. lag!
l'..rtlaud. "ct. A democrat stated
vely recently, that the repnbll
. an late fia tieen pract icall v made up
o far as governor and iberift of Mn
human county are comerned. Tbi
informant said that T. T. (ieer would
lie re-uoui mated and that tieuerai
-muiiier was slated for sheriff The
general, however, wants uott.ing less
than governor, although there is more
money in tbe sheriff s office. If this
assertion prove true, then the demo
crau have already elected their gov
ernor aud all tnat remaius o be at-
tended lu 1 tbe UUlldlUg of bonfires.
UeXMRJS B. t'liamisarlain's slruugth
continues l grow in tbe country aud
. enter the state cnnveutloh a lit.
a great bacxing. There is one thing
in Chamberlain'' favor that cannot
oe ignored. To earry Multnumali
..in:y. Ihe repuh.iian strong:. . '. :
tue stale, it i necessary fur a demo
crat o overcome a majority of about
uXi Few there are iu the minority
party capable of making such inroad
in the rank of tbe enemy, yet thi wa
accomplished by Chamberlain last
vear in tbe teeth of organised opposi
tion xtate benator Ima, while suck
of for governor, also, will probably be
'. tailed with mayor. Tbi ticket is
. unceded to be tbe strongest cumbins
I tioa the democrat can poeaihly make
T fii1 fiaasasaa m faftfl
3rfC ffc Ml , " "' MW to
jf- . ? MV' .M.i.:; ...... .
rfcf Pilot ' Whvtratha
Uncle Sam: 'Bai,
has the finest line of Fur
t- he bund in Ewtrrn
il. . i nil ,,, i ,
wwess v; BUI BI1I lo feajt
ejdl n tht many nice furniture mtiooi and wms
ol Um rare bargftini ht is offering.'"
. A. RADER.
Corner Main and VVehh street.
pretty china dislies.
Kedeetn yourself by trying
our coffee. We have the gOodl
you bfsvi the mousy; let
Owl Tea House.
jvlls Mothei 's Priil. itf.-e.
The Peoples Warehouse
THE FITTEKS OF FEET.
716 Main Street. Pendleton, Or
A complete line of
Stationery and books
School hooks an. I
New lint of !
etc. Nts a
designs ic j
tmrecs fir. 1
TRUC K I NG,
ST OR AG E.
, Canes in all st les
r uiln -. 4,1
Help or Situation
C F.Cook's Emptojmciit AgaCoWNpD & son.
Corner Main and A la ""trm't.
TK1 KPHONl Main t
LOT FR SALE IN
BLOCK 61. !
For sale, lot 4 In hlock 81, fine
residence lot at a low price. Ap
& C. S. JACKSON.
International Poultry Food makes them,
fleet Meal gives them flavor.
Clamshell mak- tn itn solid.
Mica Rrit aid' Ufjettiofa,
Try a sample.
C F. COLES WORTHY,
May, Grain and Peed.
m and 110 East Alta Street.
Let;t';Put Our tiesds Tofather;
1 iur p. sr. r-t
t: malt, .id ny
t.ai' ul ai'iut
I .,1 ..-rik
at our window a you go by and obttrvs) some of the NEW
EST and .SWELLEST shaping's in ladieo' and geoUemeo'a
t-hoeti ever bhown in Pendleton. Our itoek is all NEW and
of the LATEST STYLES Our 17 YEARS EXPERIENCE
iu Helling .hue. enable u to FIT PEKFE TLY all kind,
uf feet. Properly fitted ghot mean EfOfJI I II I month
Tbe Peodleton Shoe Co., 645 Main Street.
ia nil. oouDtjr.
Son. Saiital.uti.. boisip
BBBBa fa some talk relativt to tin
next Muatoriu. ouuteal in ttif wiuu.
, rienatur Joaapli (jiuiuu ilosirr to ui'
reax! iiiaisalf, bat Im will bv upmr!
)ra rigorously, avcorJioK u
auk beiialor Cnarle Fnltou of As
toria is a strong candidate. If he will
I ix luntaut witb tba DomiDatioo for
' ii'ivernor. be can wio it bauds dosu.
cretarv of Ktale Iiuoliar Ul a creatur-
of trultou's aud ba expressed bl BU'
liuguea to do aliatever bi cbiel com
mand. By tbrowiug bi support for
BBgAj State Senator Williamson, for
secretary of stata, iu return for
atreiirftli from Kasieru Oregon, Kultou
cau entice tbe nomination from Go
jraOl . r despite tbe fact that tbe
latter i supposed to bave a mortgage
on tbe renominatiou.
It i uot generally believed tbat H.
M OarbafH will outer tbe race for
senator again, but bi tortuer manag
ers are said to be grooming a dark
borae. It is furtner aaaartexi ibat tbis
dark boras will be jocsied up to a oer
taiu point and then sidetracked, as
.1 in .ii did Cornell, and oue of tbe
tuauagerial quartet will aalae tbe eu-
Hat the following bargains
320 Acres Wheat Land. 1500
Be.st Si.srk aud lain Hunch
in Ctail Prarie, Cheap.
Good House, Lott-. vlJtJ.
Verv Iiesiraolt! Hf-ni- .
Very ( heap.
The Dead TZ-
S3.S0 to 8 Delivered
i rder of us and save m mey.
Orders for Rubber Mtanij
I ASTOREGOHlalli PUB. CO
Ulovk snJ kslllrts
I. UnnRS in -iia
Mmpic RWV -
A iso a bii?
county pri ,
list of tow:, and
ir vol a ast to bi s
rifat Iur mas'aiiuss or
i u the I'Dltoa
Siala ur Europe, rvaml
S ujala. uole, cbecs Of
teua u. IL. a.n uaswo
i laydIIICb .... u
3 you dssire and mm will
base II ssot lo sou and assumr all rias ul lbs
uuuc Urine iuai Hi lueai.li. it vil: tare Ton
bulb iruuli.e and nt It ,i,u .it . iul rlner
la, in remnunc tou can
just received fJOfM
Fine After Dinner
And many Fancy Delieacio
Opposite Golden Kule HoUl.
jc'hh ; leu pel tatii irum iuc uuu.itusrt urios
Addrct KAST UKBttUKlAli Pt'h 1:0 Ceodtt
HOW DO YOU
. . . a A IC I 1 '
I gas j
The new store tan never be
known unless It advertises
Another Bip- Smash in Prices of Pians
4 . m m A at T SB e . . . .
l jbl WAi , KIMBALL, CHICKERING, and otner
will be sold at less than factory cost.
A. , v w . a f s m. - s U. I
l ! a : a. ui fm t ut i as ar a. . v m
iBnu nanus iur ti-Ui!. t-i-.-u ririnos iui fi
WZH rianos tor 41S. $550 Pianos tor
I ns.1 think of it a Pidinti tht h: ,i wave koan i h.-rr ill
I aws - ' - - -a a t j its lVli 1 S "'WIU nvi " - mt
cannot today be obtained for less than $8.ft0 is going for $IH- 1
thing else at correspondingly low prices.
JOHNSON & RIDGWAY, Factory Represent
Judd Block, Corner of Main and Court Streets.