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MONDAY. FBnntlARY 10, 1902
BometinieHu fleets the foot ,
other tinieB the pocket!
book, and frequently both.
Our bargain tahle will
help the pocket hook and
give you shoes thai yt
Llt' i 00 Show,
Ladies' I'J.fXi Shoes, 11.(16
ladies' 91. WHlinea, .
Mens' HIkws also Chea bul iood.
Wilson & Co.
Successor to Cleaver Bros,
num. BaMk ui.
An interesting Page In the Dally East
The Bast Oregonlan sollclu claasl
fled ads. little ads stating the wants
of the people. Tbo expense of theae
ads la small, from 16 cents up.
Through them much information can
be conreyed. Ycu can tell your neigh
bo i vhai you hare to trade for aome
thlag for which you hare a need, but
you cannot tell from 1000 to 6000 peo
ple this fact These ads will do that
for you. With the aid of them you
can get ralue for your surplus things
you can supply your wants; sail arti
cles that you can not sell In any other
way. and all for a small sum of
money, from 16 cents for one Inser
tion to $1 for 10 or mora.
You may want to hire a man or
woman A want ad will hit the spot.
You may want employment. Try
an sd for 16 cents to 10 cents.
You M want to buy something
Try a want ad.
You may wish to sell something
A "For Sale" ad will fill the bill.
You may want to trade a wheelbar
row for a grindstone. The wheelbar
row you havo no need for; the grind
stone the other fellow has no need
for. Tin- little ad expressing your
wishes will do tin business at a small
expense Why not try Itt
Hav- you a houae to rent? A room
to rent? Do you want to rent a houae
or a room? A want ad will be effec
; v. The cost la little, the reault sat
lafartory. Try one.
There la no more effective way of
advertising, and the price Is within
toe reach of all.
Loo over the "classified ad" col
umns and use them when you want
to -el I or buy something; whan you
want to make a trade; when you
want to give employment; when you
wint employment, when you want to
lead or borrow money: when you
want to let or rent a house or room
or store. The want ad will supply
your wants. If you have a horae ea
From one cent
TALLMAN & CO.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS.
The Pendleton Shoe
Have 500 pairs of Misses Bhoaf,
th?y are Helling at, per pair
Farmer price from Si. 50 to $1.75.
500 pain Ohildrsn'i BboM
ormer prices from $1
beside flany Bargain in nan's and Lad las' Shoes.
DDN'T PAIL TO UBT OUR KICKt
tray, or If you hare lost a horse, or
1 found a horae or other animal, you
! can not let so many pcoplo know of
, It In any other way as through these
columns and at an expanse that Is not
worth considering. Try an ad. It will
Craig Thomaa Is In town from Unia
LOB Knotts Is In town from Pilot
Mrs. Mollle Craig Is In town from
C. A. Harnett Is registered at the
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. MeComaa have
returned from Portland.
lor Parks made a business trip to
i e Oraudti last evening.
Walter .M PlurcO has returned
from a trip to Hot l.ake.
imlge Qt A. Havtmah returned last
evening from his trip to Portland.
John Kugall has returned from the
Spokane country, where he spent the
A. C. Hussell was In town on Sun
day evening, en route to Manning,
Washington county, below Portland.
Qsjorg? Q. Hrand stopped over Sun
day In Pendleton as the guest oi
mends. He Is on his way to PK a
Mrs. Victor lluuslker and Miss Lu
lu Hungate, of Walla Walla are the
guest, ol Mr- 1 Hunzlker, in tin
Senator QoOfgO Proebstel was the
guest of the Gulden Rule hotel Hun
day. He was eu route between Port
land and udleton.
Mi. John Xi. Watson, who haa been
in Pendleton for about a week, vlalt
Ing mends, expecta to return about
the middle of thU week, to her home
K. K Shepard, lepreseutinx the Min
neapolis Threshing Machine Com pan
Is in town as the guest of A. Kunkel
Ti C. Heed Is a Pendleton visitor to
day from Adams.
Mayor Halley is down to his office
today, attending to business for the
flrst time In more than two weeks
He haa not entirely recovered from
his attack oi cold and la grippe.
J. 1.. Sharpateln. manager oi the
Walla Wulla baseball team. stopNd
over Saturday night at Hotel St.
George. Mr. Sharpstein was on his
way home from u bin fi.es trip to Ha
Frank Satterlee came home Sunday
evening from a weeks visit on the
Sound. Mr. Satterlee says Seultk u
forging uheait i jtimpb and that six
months have seen wondertul progress
In the hustling city of Puget Sound
lira. M. Hut lei and three daughters
Misses Pearl. Floy and Kuna, left for
Portland on Sunday morning tram
to make their home there, Mrs Hut
ler having leased the "Sterling," a
hlgfe class boarding houae, which she
J. W. Uwinti has gone over to lioine
again to atteud to the business of
the Now York Life general agency.
He will remain several days, lhirlug
the absence ot his brother. Monte H
Clwlnn, In New York J. 11. Owlnn has
the general agency In charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Casper Van lran ex
pect to leave Thursday for Calltorniu
to spend a few months in the hopes
of benefiting Mr. Van Dress health
Since recovering from the fever he
has been troubled considerably .Ml)
.louii Shroedei oi tin Helix i uitntry
and a successful tarmer. was in Pen
dleton today He says It is his upin
ion that the recent spell of cold
weather did :;ot injure the wheat, as
waa predicted it would. He sab!
"Wheat Is all right in my ui.-ign
Mr. uud Mis. Frank Wood ll
M lniiia- loBOt am'. Willari
In tin toys, thai a
lunate will improve Mrs
..i...i Walla re
ll UaM tun) luuruing. He
' i" is to go to Arizona within the
next two moin to engage in the
practice of law .
Frank Curl and family returned Sa
unlay evening from Missouri, where
they had been called on account oi
the Illness of Mr. Curl'a mother. Sin
had about recovered when he left and
now Mr. Curl la suffering with an ab
scess of the ear. His daughter Is al
so quite 111. but the nature of the dis
ease haa not been stated.
to Si. 7V
645 Main Street,
ThU Bltpiavtare in on ry box of ih gieaxxinm
TWO GOOD PLAYERS
Athena Signs the Crack Pitcher of
This Town's Team and It's Center
Fielder Personnel of the Athena
Kdwln F Chapter and Jim Cox.
pitcher and center nobler respective
v. ol the Pendleton baseball team
MOOD Of IMli went to Atheua Hun
day morning, attached their signs
tures to the contracts offered by
"Doc" Oshorn. manager oi the Athena
"Yellow Kids," and returned to Pen
dleton on the evening train. The ad
dlt.'nn 0l these two players completes
t 1 j t -:ln Mil teutn, the personnel and
"'"!::;ms In lilg given as follows:
Dannv Shea catcher; Chaplor, Satin
dOll nud Hod BrOWB, pitchers:
Vaughan ilrst base; Cartano. second
base, Wllllard, third base. OeOrgt
Brown, shortstop; I Iciuitlen. left Bold
Cos eOBtOT BOM; Chapler and Hoi
BrOWn, alternating In right field when
William Wells, one of the directors
of th Athena Haseball Aaaoclatlon
BjhOti ID Pendleton recently. stntei1
that Athena was anxious to arrange
:..n ! with other clubs in this .section
on tin basis that the winning team
take M per cent and the losers M 001
cent of the receipts, whether the
games are played at home or abroad
This would make a team hustle to
win. It also shows that the Athena
inaniuenient has faith in Its ability
to put a winning team In the field
Athena being comparatively IMOllOT
than tin other cities of the proposed
lea-m could not hope to have as
largi an attendance at home as
abroad The percentage ayatem would
put a new element In the game. The
proposition will be laid officially be
lore the other clubs.
The notion of Chapler and Cox In
signing with Athena will h received
with regret by many of the baseball
fans of Pendleton, where both an
popular, both on and off the ball
ground Their best friends think they
should have given the Pendleton man"
agement an option on their services
I m tore they tied themslves up for the
Mr. Heath, who played lust year
with the Vancouver. H. (' and Kver
ett Wash., is at present In Pendleton
having come over Sunday from Walla
Walla. He has played professionally
in tin Western League and ba mpl
rations to become a member of this
n ,n Pendleton foam
Prank Heath Is n baseman and his
Stronghold Is nn rlrst. but lie has
worked in tin box considerably. Last
fOaVf he played with the Vancouver
team. Which was the rlrst ami only
team o boot Thornton ami his aggr.
gat lot, oi players at Everett last year
They played every team In the conn
try and won on every turn except
when the) "went against" Vancouver,
It' a,. . Ioiik, , to the Western As
situation, which included several
prominent towns In Illinois. Nebraska.
Ml-M'in; ami others of the Middle
States, for several seasons, and It was
tln.ri that he was in the box He bus
not yet been signed with the local
association but will probably be en
gaged Pendleton has done very little
yet toward securing her players, hut
the aeeretary is getting letters evry
day from men trom all over the conn
try who want to engage with tin luniic
QUESTION OF PAYING
THIS YEAR'S PLAYERS
for All Member
1 - Intll ii: the towns ol
Mil no en, I ol antOMMlOf
itandlng ualeoa it Ih at oaeo isiood
01 wu'i. publlt what is to be tin in'-
ai to renoMTOiloo of tin al i
Tin- fact 1
. .. coaitMM) 1.- composed
i 1. presentative biiHiiie.-, men who
lor the pure love of the sport, haw
agreed to head the baseball mating
ment for this town. Thih atoek has
not yet been sold but It will be taken
by the lovers of the game here in a
laiK. 'lUillltltle.- .... tin IH.UL4K' 1- .
sire At least one half of the total
must, under the law, be subscribed
before the corporation be legal. No
permanent arrangements have been
made other than to correspond with a
number of men tor the various pom
Hons and to assure themselves that
the local men who can play the game
; will be available As to the pnytai
"i men. It is absolutely false that
there have been signed any samry
contract, and the entire plan under
which the business ih handled m t
to be formed. The iapresjon has
, gone abroad thst Pendleton is forming
a semi protessional team, and 1 oa
trading to pay men regular salaries
; It la felt here that Pendleton will b,
eOnapolM however to adopt such a
course in order to to assure the sue-
ccmtul formation ami handll
team because tho other towus are do
iug this, according to the informa
tiou obtained here.
The impression here also Is that
Athena and Walla Walla alreadv hav.
placed their teams upon a baau, ol
practical semlprofeaslonahum In this
manner: Guaranteeing a given
amount for the season, and promising
more If the season prove to be prof
itable. This Is semi professionalism
and this la what Walla Walla Is now
doing I ml' el one ol the players se
, ured by Walla Walla WM signed
here In Pendleton, and was gnaran
lead n salary, with such a contingent
increase1 as was mentioned ahoffc.
There Is not objection to this plan,
so long as It he understood, and one
town do not accuse the other of fol
lowing the course itself is following.
sonil-professlonnllsm Is to be the
plan then lot It be openly known, and
let It not be flone In secret under the
mils, ot maintaining strict amateur
.iii sa PondlOton men No amateur
can receive pay. whether contingent
OT otherwise, and that the various
towns hereabouts are likely tn sign
their men upon this basis cannot bo
16 TO REMAIN HERE.
Has Taken Quarters In A. D. Still
man's Offices, and Says Woodmen
Are Out to Win.
George K Rogers, general North
weal deputy. Woodmen, ot the World.
opened offices with A. L). Btlll-
man chaiTBMfl of the board of hea'.i
managers. In Pendleton, and will from
now on until the close of the great
Ronton Orr-ron campaign, give his
undivided attention to the success of
the movement now under way.
Detail! oi committee work have al
ready commenced, and every feature
pertaining to the great celebration
will bi earofullv worked out. Mr.
Rogers has had many yeurs expert
once in the carrying on of great fra
temal celebrations, ami he stakes his
reputation on the statement thnt the
Pendleton affair will eclipse any he
has. yet undertaken.
"I have never." he aald, "seen such
a liberal spirit displayed aa Is being
shown by the Pendleton eampa. It
bi appropriated several hundred dol
lars. and the boys say no expense will
be spared In defeating Baker City and
Walla Walln both of Which towns
liav, In mind big events tor the near
Compound Fracture of E. L. Wood.
R I.. Wood, a tarmer and sheep
niaii living near Pilot Hock, had the
'ills' "i tune to receive a compound
fracture of the right leg below the
knot PrltfaV) III Wood was hauling
boy and the wagon tipped ovor with
him. which was the cause of the
brOOJl lrs Cole and McKaul were
MsMMMMd to the MOM and dressed
the fracture, after which he was
brought to Pendleton and placed In
tin Sisters' hospital
Yotir Boy !
will come homo with tin
loot il lie shod witli onr
Calf Shoe . . .
top and bottom and a
most excellent wearing
shoe- lor lare hoys
A COfjpiotO assortment of
Victory at Last.
FALLING HAIR AND DANDRUFF
CAN HI CURED.
The Latest Scientific Discovery
Cures all forms of Scalp
Diseases, such as Dan.
drilfi, Baldness fci ,, and
will stop the Hair from
Falling out. As a Dress
ing it has no equal, keep
ing the Scalp and Hait m
I Healthy condition.
OPALGINE HAIR FOOD CO
saoog isooi(A.Af i.iorridul
W. E. BOND RELEASED
ON OWN RECOGNIZANCE.
Ha Will Appear Whenever He d
Wanted By the District Attorney n
The case of W. B. Bond, accused ba
I n ti t, . i ... ' "7
ii. iiiuku ui .iiiciHppnipi lilting (rain
1 belonging to him that was stored In
the Athena Flouring Mill Company's
warehouses, and whose trial was set
I for 10 o'clock this morning, was con
tinued on motion of the district at
torney for further Investigation. Mr
I Jlond, who had been under 26o bonds
since last Tuesday evening, was re
I leased on his own recognisance, to ap
I pear when the dlatrlct attornev wants
The Qoo.t Add.
a goon an is an announainent In
1 a as . .
brier Tern. a. straight from tin) should
er, concise and to the point, telling
. urn 'tbing In a clear and Intelligent
manner and stating a few prices as
an Indicator of the way you aeli
goods or do work nrookllne
Ten $50 Subscriptions.
The baseball committee this after
noon secured ton $nn subscriptions to
wauls the fund for the toOBt'l support
The proepects are bright, Indeed
Loral merchants who expect locsl
newspapers to protect their business
by refusing to take foreign advertis
ing should at leant show their appre
ciation by contracting for some spsce
themselves. Mr.usfleld. 0 News
Wc are still in tin laddlt driving prices downlsj
tin la 1 w to i rt MiiL,t ! 101 KliS in ALL
!.ll,l' t tIVI . I ... I
MM f W I t IV Ml r MIC I I IKk
ASHIlUr PK r .S in nn .r In U al
" ' av-r.'va . s axtivvi fcjawS, veUSll villi LOB
ninnrn In arritm onnn If i riti nu knaM D
iiiv,iiv.v nssivv awvsi i ywu air. IIUUIIU D-
is 1 1 1 1 , vv 1 1 n v 1 1 1 ' 1 1 nn yvu. lCllir(ll UZl , IK
largest stock in the count) to select from. Com
THE LYONS MERGANTIIi
Up-to-Date, First Class Furniture
.... . t ' l. o.l.t and all i
I In lari:St Stock irnni wiip n ii' -
dot competition. Undortnkinf porkwii
m. A. RADER.
1 and Wobb Streets
A Carload of Field
In all height, just rtceivedbv
Taylor, the Hardware
. A., j ,.. invited to ft!
harmers ami siowubw aw- "
Me 1 ui inrV nrices before buying
ii . r
III I I Ml HMi I1M III I 1 1 1 (I 1 1 t 1 1 . ... ,n
i u .ill reiTlvt'promr-"
11 11 1 11 1 rum iiv 111 ni
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware
.. . n iss.
. m-s . PAiidieton,
POUL 1 Iv 1 a -
International Poultry drntJ
Beef Meal gives the"' g
' Clamshells make hen J'0
Mira sawl aids d.gsstiou.
Try a sample.
C. F. COLESWORTHY'
nraln and reeo.
S T OR
. nn . ' 1 w i 1. iv r in
is one of llit mott
IIII1IIV9P Ul - "'
i if. - Wl
1 in tn,- 1 n arm
.ire sliowing in ill
.is air kept m M
107 oaal i9 East Alta Street.