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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1902)
WEDNESDAY , JAM AHY 22. 190;
AVE YOr BEEN
OIK PRICKS ON
Felt Shoes and
KOlt I, AIM :s M ISSI H
SEE OI K WINDOW DISPLAY
Who can att'oni to have wet feet when
you can buy rubber at such prU:
Ladies Storm rubbers. 20c
Misses Storm rubbers, 15c
ChilJ's Storm rubbers, toe
Wilson & Co.
Successor to Cleaver Bros.
V F. Woodstock was In town yes
terday from Nolln.
B. F McCullough. of Echo, was In
town today on business.
Mack Cockburn Is attending court
from his ranch on Couse creek.
R. E. W. Spargur a:ul wife were
in town yesterday from Umatilla.
A. Balcom. a prosperous young
farmer from 1'tlot Rock. Is In tin city.
J. M. Garrison Is registered at the
Golden Rule Hotel from Forest Orove
James Nelson, a prominent stock
man of Vinson, was In town yester
day Misses Delia and l.etha Estes are
registered at Hotel Pendleton from
District Attorney T G. Halle; it 111
at bis home on the corner of Mam
and Jackson streets.
Mrs Maud Stanfleld and Mrs Daisy
Hardlstry, Of Milton. arc guests of
; Mr. and Mrs .1 H Ferguson at their
home In Pendleton for a few days
Lerl Ankcny. the well known bank
er. was In Pendleton from Walls
WBlla Tnesday night arriving on
Tuesday afternoon's train and leav
Ing on this mornings train
G. W. Rlphy has filed his bond of
$600 with the county clerk as com
mnndcr of Kit Carson Post O A. R.
of I'einl leton. for the term ending Jan
1 uary 6. MM. 0 W. Rlgby Is his
J. M Stiem-r attended the A. K.
Flnlf v auction sale, on his ranch naar
Bella, today, for the A Kunkel Com
pan . to talk with the farmers at the
sab concerning the merits of the
John Deore plows.
Michael O'Rourke. who was born In
1 Ireland In ixsn and came to the United
' States In IIN has filed his Intention
of supporting the constitution of the
United States and renouncing all al
legiance to the king of Great Hrltaln
Mrs J, H Halstead and son Joel,
are In town, arriving on this morn
ing' trnm flh- v!'l return hmrt OB
tonight's passe ilc- train. The net
hall at Echo, to be occupied by the
Maccabees, a nearlng completion.
On St. Valentine's day a ball will In
given at the new hall.
H. Hessel. of Weston Is In Pendb
ton. He reports that matters are
quiet In The Athens of Eastern Ore
gon " and there .Is a growing Interest
In the coming political campaign
Also that there Is considerable Inter
est in the marshalshlp muddle In Pen
dleton, and the outcome Is exciting
much uun-'nt and dlscusstu:..
Walla Walla Union: The Misses
Charity and Harriet Ankeny were
brou .... from Portland to the family
resldeu I In this city, arriving on the
early train yesterday morning The
former is still suffering from the ef
fects of the accident which befel her
when :die dropped down an elevator
shaft St Helen's Hall. Portland
Miss Harriet Ankeny was taken to
St Mary hospital where an opera
tion for appendicitis was performed
by Dr J. E Hlngbam The patient
rallied bravely and Indications for re
covery are strong.
CUE MORE ROOM FOR A GOOD TEAM NE LIKES US MUCH
VOTED TEN MILL TAX
District No. 16 Held Special Election
Today, to Vote Money for Improve
The school district held a .special
election today and voted a 10 null tax
for the year, and authori. ltd Uu erec
tion of a building in north Pendleton,
and the sale of lots as stated b- I
At 2 o'clock the school board met
in the court room at UM court DOOM
for the purpose of discussing and
voting on the question of special tax
being Imposed on the U payers- .1
Pendleton for the purchasing of
ground on the north s dc of I'matllln
river and erecting anotlicr school
house for the BBCtaBaBBBallCB the
litttle pupils that arc now compelled
to go to the school house 00 lie til 1 1
Thev also voted on whether or not
to sell lots tu. 11. 12. 1? and 14. In
block 1 1. Reservation addition to the
city of Pendleton, and using the
mone for the purpose beton men
MAY FORM STOCK COMPANY
FOR BASEBALL TEAM.
Shares to Be at $2 Each and All En
thusiasts Asked to Subscribe Ac
cording to Their Intereet in tbe
There will be a meeting of the
Haseball Association at the council
. handlers tomorrow (Thursday) eve
ning at 7 o clock, to arrange the
ninnn for nuttlni: a first class team In
the field for tbe coining year. At this
time It may be arranged to form a
stock conipan. and have the shares
al J each, so that every enthusiast
will be ab e to do his share towards
the maintaining of a first-class team
and at the same time have a financial
interest In the association All en
thusiasts are requested to be present
FIR8T NATIONAL GETS
A NEW CHARTER.
During tbe Past Twenty Years It Has
Disbursed More Than 1500.000 to
The First National Hank of Pendl-
M' Menus left lasi v.-nlns for ; ton ban received a new charter from
Walla Walla on business
with th stock journal
Rev. A 0. Hughlet. pastor or th
Helix and Adam Baptist churches
was In town yesterday.
F. J. Donnelly was clerk at Hotel
Pendleton. In place of Charley Hard
ner. who Is taking a lay-off.
Mrs N Loverldge. who has spent
several days with relatives here, left
last evening for her home in Weston.
Perry Whltworth. of Echo, passed
through Peudleton on this morning's
train on his way to La Grande on a
Tislt to relatives.
Big Clearance Sale
Sale from Jan. mtt to Feb. L
If you waul a book (it am
kind or description come
and look at stock and get
oeneti: of out low prices.
TALL MAN & CO.
connected 1 Comptroller Ridgeley. extending Its
orporate life M years. The new char
t is granted i virtue o: tii, ai ap
proved on July 12. 1882. The showing
made by the bank Is one that muy
well cause Hie officers and directors
to point to It as one of the strongest
financial Institutions in the state
During the past 2 years th- First
National Hank or Pendleton has dl
boned to Its stockholders more thar.
half a million dollars and makes the
following showing of business on Da
'enib.-r 1". 1 .'.
Loans and discounts $523.2."T.ii
fritted States bonds to secure circu
lation $70.0011, caah on hand. $7f
WfcfTi capital stock. $70.00n; surplus
fund and undivided profits. S88.0d0.43.
I deposits. I5t5'j.226.4&.
On Tuesday evening the annual
election was helu. with the result
J that the following were re-elected of
ficers and directors:
Directors lv Ankenv of Walla
Walla. W F Matlock. J 8 MeLeod
W 8 Hyers H F Johnson, of Pen-!
The officers are President. Lvi
Ankeny; vie picaldent. W F Mat
lock: cashier. C U. Wade, assistant
1 cashier. H. C. Gurnsey.
The bank commenced to do bust
ness In March 1882. hut received Its
charter on July 12. the same year and
Bat sin' :na' tliu. be.-.-r. establishing
i Itself as a stron.". conservatively man
ANOTHER DELAY IN
Matter still Hangi Fire in the Circuit
Court. With Interest General in the
The Injunction cases afjejnsl Mayor
Hailey and the lour counellmen that
voted utains' retaining Marshal
deathman and Recorder Heam are
still hanging Are Time has been set
several times for the argument before
Judge Ellis In which the defendants
ask that the Injunctions be set aside
but each time It has been postponed
by one side or the other for various
reasons This afternoon was the last
time set for the argument and deefcl
Ion of the Judge but owing to the ill
ness of Mayor Hailey, the case was
again set aaldt ami it is not now
known when It will he heard The
people of Pendleton are show-ins unu
sual Interest in this caae. as It Is one
of vital Importance to ever: citizen
with property in the city and they are
showing considerable Impatience at
the seemingly unnecessary delays
that have been made In deciding the
question. On every hand people can
be heard asking win the principals
are dilly-dallying along so niu-b ami
wh something definite Is not done
TUTU ILL A LETTEP
Notes from Suburb South of Pendie
ton of the Past Week.
Tutilllla Jan. 22 Mrs
H Hoopes is seriously 111.
Mr. and Mrs Frank King liav.
turned from their wedding trip
Mr and Mrs M H. Oillett. whe
hav. n.-.-i, spending their honeymooi
la California are expected home this
B K MeElroy and outfit are up M
Eureka Flat. Washington, seeding for
Fred Creswell came down from
Eureka Flat on Friday with a band of
horses for the First National Bank
John Orivette and Ace Daubner
were over rom Julper 011 Friday. Mr
Daubner lost a watch and chain dur
ing his visit.
Frank Wall William OOBBafty and
John Crow sold horses last week to j
Seattle buyers at prices ranging from
1125 to $170
Sam lwe who start.,. tt nog
I ranch recently, reports a number of
I his hogs have dld from some mys
r mi "n r,a. : ,.-.m: -ri
Child Worth Millions.
"My child is worth millions to me." I work plowing bis T'ltullla ranch
Bays bbish aiary uiro. or narrisnurg.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS.
'yet I would have lost her by
croup had I not purchased a bottle
of One Minute Cough Cure." One
Minute Cough Cere Is sure cure for
coughs, croup and throat and lung
troubles. An absolutely safe cure
which acts Immediately Tallman
Co. and Brock it McComaa.
T he Pendleton Shoe Company
Maw 500 puirri of MisseH Sh k?s,
thtty are Helling at, per pair , .
Former price from Si. 50 to Si. 70.
500 pain ( hildreu B Shoes
at, per pair
Former piicca from Si.aS to Si. 75.
Besidci lan Barga'as la Hen's and Ladies' Ahoee
don't fail to qft ouk piuces
Pendleton Shoe Co.
645 Main Street.
D4 viuuiar. UpttcT:ii,,iut t,uuVncU pttjcia, will qukiiy curu you oi m&
L.rvuutur itbSMul ti.a irucrauv uivmu, tuch m 1 auhMHl, ln.l.
la ltBk.iiiil l.a.Muu.t.r.oiu IM.IIIIy. KtaiaUa
I alllu.ah.Harr; l.ihaaillaf Uralat. arlnmlr aa. lullaUwL
I I IwtM Si 1 haa b T (L. r . . i L It. irinl. nulnhn... ill rtili.r.. Mhlrli lfiinrrti.nh.1
Jatva 10 hpariuMorrt-u. aj ,.1 ,l thn Wruri of imuwrr. " TTlrr H r liaraailln
Uvtrr, Ihm khlafauja lac-.... ...j. orgau o( av. Uupuxtuaw .1 ..si
aJ 1 wwak onaai
iMawiri 1 Jl cnraxl by lorum.a hinaiaa ID wrnalar. tmorvUd wtu,
RinuEniE UK cxiiy Idowii na.ri, Uj rare wIUmmji n oatraUua. M00 laaUa.onUia.
rwiw."" wu."-7 iTwiuni 11 jnia goal Uaj -n-r' a uafiuaul cuxav
Br naa II saad tor rusai arcuiatr ul aaaiuiioiuaa.
auuraa vm. t wa, aiamuaa .., I o. tfcu aSS. ta
Ulllium Yohnka .ml imn. . 1, ...
moved to Pendleton to resid. for a
Mllo Gibson a former resident of
Tutilllla returned today fron. Idaho
where be baa been spending tha win
Roacoe Hronson was iluwr. f om Gil
llland today for s uue wo'k bon
that have been wlntennr at Tutniu.
. That thriving burg, taat is usually '
buried under two or three .',.,, 0'f
I snow at this time of year, Ih now en-1
Joying bare ground N . tui. r,,'
Fra;ik Hrown was down from in.-
I cattle ranch at Wilbur on s.urda
His brother, who had his arm broken
and was otherwise Injured on tbe rail
way a short time ago 1.- reeoverlssi
Simms and Duffy Again.
Ietrolt. Mich . Jan U There
promises to be som.- good fiKhting
at tbe Twentieth Century Athletic
club tonight when Art Sinuns of Ak-1
ion and Martin Duffy of Chloagi.
meet In a fifteen round contest Uoth
men are trained to the minute .nn !
Poor Mall Service.
The mall service from Pendleton
west to Th, lalles Is very poor. Fust
Oregontnn siibscrlbrrs complain that
they do not receive their papers with
any regularity, a subscriber at t'ma
t Ilia. wrltliiK that le does not receive
any paper for dvn at a Mm" and
when they do come there are three
g more together. In short, the mulls
ure carried by I'nuitilla east and
west, there being little desire to
errs that BOnWsttJ with an prompt
ness or regularity The postal In
taeetor'i ittentlnn will be called to
ihls alms until a rcrcei' M 1 irth
BOUQUET THROWN AT
Peter Gearhardt. of Pomeroy, Says
This Is the Best Ever.
Petor Gearhardt, one of the pronil
nent men of Pomeroy, Wash who at
tended tha Rnlfhta of Pythias meet
Ing In Pendleton Monday night, while
talking to an East Oregonlan repottar
threw the following bouquet at Pen
dleton and her people:
"Pendleton la the best town of Its
size In the Northwest, and It will
equal many other places of twice tu
I size for business, enterprise and life.
I have been In several towns and
cities recently, consisting of Spokane,
Cortland, San Francisco and other
places, and nowhere have I seen the
1 life that Is manifest here.
"I think, too, that I never met more
boapltable people than you have I
was only a vlaltor at the Pythian con
vention, but they treated me like a
king. I tell you I will always have
a warm place In my heart for Pendle
ton nnd her people."
The bomllest man In Pendleton aa
well as the handsomest, and others
ire invited to call on any druggist
1 .. . 1 r .,.. n -ini fc 1 .at M T-
aw a"- iivtv a vi mi ui.LLie Ul rvemp 8 C r
iialsam for the throat and lungs, a O I ( ) P
remedj that Is guamfeed to cur .na1 v " I
rallera all chronic and acute coughs,
isthma. bronchitln and consumption
Price 2fc and 60c. For sale by Talk
BH Co.. aole agenta.
Dog with no Tali.
Kre,i Crawford oflBtl a freal to tha
pBhllCi In the shape of a fox terrier
puppy that was born without a tail
The young canine lived for three
ilayH then died and Ih mourned by
the mother and four other little ter
riers, all of them of the bluest blood
or that family of dogs
The latest contortion of the facial
expression la the automobile frown.
Vici Kid Leather
lined, four dollar
OUR GREAT CLEARANCE
. . . .Will Continue ihrough January
A I I . 1 1 f .
"nu as ncrr-ioiori- you win find our prices lower thin
pettton. We are in a position to give BEST values for I
moiic rw rtr.r JHIS IN MIND when you go
we will give a few prices, but evervthinir -v.
'-''' yard- (riughaiu. fast colors
i!A yardH ( luting Flannel
yards f!nanh Toweling
14 yard Oood BhMlBf
XV jtaSRta BaVMahed Maribi
Oyardn lletter Mleaehed Mimlln
rise Micctinc. Si intlies wide, per yard 20c. Bill
rvcniuaiith, an ;Ta-; v ui nftLr rKiLL
ST. JOE STOR
,,m, , -J
"Ptne Knot" Shoes
What you buy
- Jljil SURP
In handsome fa
is one of the most
surprise that deli(k
nn tics' ol a I cnn-
l 111 such new designs
an - bowing in all lineal
as ate ktp' id an
1 tii J'
at it t
Up to Date, Ftrat Class Furnitorf Stort
The largest stock from which to select and all, at pn
defy competition Undertaking parlors in connection
M. A. RADER.
Man arc! Wchh Stiet-ts
Ill . Mock ot
SAND & BRICK.
... e do...
Trucking & Transferring.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
appear to be in the pink of condition IViSri la.'Saa. aV.i&V Jii.
1 ma win De ineir necond me-tinK riT v''"n w in.- HQ0raii, u hsi
n the pilous. , 0 , test Duffy won a BaVk PUJn oiX
dectaiOB after ten rounds of lighting Ln xht eoon,i " ''"iiu. oi ti.M i?T,,t
belUK the onlv man t,, ,t ,. hucumplM aiiu all ol ,.
dot prtwuuHi to the oaeeialtisad
only man to defeat the
niHmi.r sTT.i,wVit(x itwrnuittTN !. 1.1 -m. , 1 m ,,n
hueumplUd -ULal the oruwiai,,,,. ..( .k'..
. zLf 1 . OBT to enable S.iion., . Justus
fS&XSft Ke,WD1 U, f..r.u l.f
1 mi Purpoiei. spw..Y. d July
Jlte-tfjgite I. WlUUm gidg,b 1 ,m
9' 1 "rru ,io hereby .er.,1.
'"''inl N.lloii.t bank ,l ei,rti . ,
TSJ. isuatar. la oa awary bos ot tas aea.las
Two profesaora In the medical lab
oratory at Ann Arlnir Unlvermlti
claim tn ham. iIUaa..baj
-a- an auaoiuie tl.r. I , V T . ruaii-iT
mitiseptlc tor a intestinal diseaaati 1111-, . . . ' " couoi, ,,, r
uih as cholera tvoh.dd LTr f, , uai'ti! ?i .'2S '''ib!'y'
uysentery Tney will call the new Jb 01
L ' I V ; UB I Li'lu II I II Z I IV I inn It las . a. . , . ' '
hon-i it win amMiiak ... .w." T. 'ZT'' SKMT.'!?? urA.ud
: B " an ma. is , iuii, iiiKflim, ,ia
laauici (or it
a; aaaayaaaaaa, i ".i-uireuoj
uairiou u ined n 11.
ol biidaaMou January le.
lie 1 aa i
IDIa Ist.-eulL la ol Jaaaari
WM h alDOKLY
' uapuolkM ml lha Cut tauo,
J have a full lin of Um celebrated
COLES A IK-TIGHT
Wood und coal Bt)Vl uarantaajl ) to
lie ab-Holutti.y air tight. NoM Jjjj
heat in wasted and tha Htv l1
aavf ONBHALF ol jroui fuel bill.
I also have a full line of csst cook stoves and ateel raaf
Prices ar the lowest, qualit) consiOeteu
T. C. TAY! OR, the Hardware
7ai Main street t'endlei'"1 t0
POULTRY and EGGS
International Poultry Food makea lhe
Beef Meal gives them flavor.
Clamshells make them solid
Mica grit aids digestion.
Try a sample.
C. F. colesworthy,
Hay, O rain and Feed
BB ataaV 1
a7 ud iav Kaat Alu Stieet