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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1902
MUCH VHEAT KILLED.
MEN PROMINENT IN THE CUBAN TARIFF CONTROVERSY SOA1E OF THE LEADING CUBANS
111 Vr ol
DID YOU NO. WHAT
an opportunity -to purchase
footwear at a price you can
not afford to miss
Wilson & Co.
Successor to Cleaver Bros,
rhoiie, Black 91.
L. E. Roy is in town form Pilot
Jesso Ferney is in town from Walla
F. E. Simpson is in town from
W. S. Mayberry visited Walla
Carl Kupers Is in town today from
bis ranch north of Pendleton.
Mrs. J. H. Small, of Dayton, is here
visiting her friend, Mrs. C. P. Larks.
S. L. Morse and H. L.. Stevens were
in town yesterday from Pilot Rock.
Lou Bradburn will leave for Port
land this evening for medical treat
ment. C. P. Davis, deputy sheriff, return-1
ed this morning from an extended
visit to Portland. j
Ben Williams, a prominent Pome-;
roy citizen, is In Pendleton looking!
for a business location. j
The little girls of Mr. and Mrs. the Sisters' hospital several days ago
Frank Curl who have been down with ; with a compound fracture of the leg
scarlet fever, are fast recovering. below the knee, is reported to be get-
rr,u u -vr- o,i -frC -MiiiPr t inS along well and the bone is knit
The home of Mr. and Mrs Miller , home ig &t
living near Adams, has been niaiie ,
the advent or a iu-pouna ;
Scmfvio ooi j '
A-Y.:VV " GKOlNO FM
Examined Grain in the Cold Spring
Country More Than 25 Per Cent
Must Be Resown.
Robert Lainjr. a careful observer
1 and nccurnto judge of farming condi
tions, has returned from a trip
through the Cold Springs region.
i "I find thnt a very large area of
winter wheat land must be resown
and believe the proportion will be
more than 25 per cent of the total ,
area of winter wheat In the country," j
, said Mr. Lnlng to tne umst uregon-,
1 inn. He adds to the discussion some
thing that is Indorsed by numbers of
. other well-known farmers, saying:
t . 11 1 1 ....11 11 L
It is not uie cum wuauiur uiui
' killed the greater part of the wheat.
The fact is that the wheat did not
i come up last fall, on account of the ,
exceeding dryness. I
"The ground now is in excellent j
I condition for rcseoding, and I saw .
many drills in the fields at work put-'
ting in seed for a spring wheat crop
whete the winter grain was killed or,
failed to come up." s- j
but Inn. t
Crockery and Glassware;
Imported English Shire and Percheron
For one week I will' offer for sale
in Pendleton, 11 head of the PER
CHEON and SHIRE STALLIONS,
from 2 to 5 years old, imported di
rect from the OLD COUNTRY.
These stallions weigh from 1800 to
21 no pounds each, and are of the very
finest quality being registered in Eng
lish, French and American books.
To see them, call at Froome's livery
stable, opposite Hotel Pendleton.
E. B. HILL.
Washington, Feb. 19. Cuba is represented here by a number of men prominent in the fight for reciproc
ity, which is opposed by the ways and means committee of the house, and favored by the president and others
in the administration circles.
DISTRIBUTION OF STOCK
IN THE CONSOLIDATED.
Howard returned this
Commander Luciau Young of the
naw testified before the senate corn-
t .. Cumntnr T.nwtnn find , . : 1 .. :
uiuiuiug "ui" 1 miiiee on ucutiiui: tauuib cuirai iuii-,
Baker City, where he had been ou j a visit t0 the vicinity of the Panama
business. i canal several years ago, when, he
Mrs. George Carrier is expected said, the engineers engaged on the
home Friday from her trip to Chica-
. x : - v.rt
go, wuere sue wem iu juoirci.
latest styles in Eastern mnnnery.
work there told him of the great diffi
culties they experiended because of
the hardness of the granite. He said
right." he said, "but if we pay the ex-1
penses of our delegates to King Ed
ward's coronation, the German emper-
or ought to pay the expenses of his
Some Further Figures in the Red Boy- brother's visit here."
Concord Deal. i
The articles of the consolidation of Stampede in Nevada.
the Red Boy and Concord mining com- eno, isev., feu. a stampeue is,
panies which were filed at Baker City " progress irom xsevaua camps to a;
Monday provide that on January 1, of rich discovery seven miles north
each year, a 3 per cent dividend on "om Tonopan. A vein iu reet wide j
preferred stock out of a treasury sur- j is lounu tnat carries ore worm ?uuu
plus shall be paid; if a surplus still a ton. Another big strike is reported
remains, a 3 per cent dividend on at uamp itay near uutier uuy.
common stock shall be declared. Pre- j
is quickly corrrected by these won
derful pills One trial will show
you the reason for the big sales of
Sold ETCTrwhete-In boxes lOe. and I5e.
Buy or Sell
OR ANYTHING aSE
Put -an add la
the East Ortjsi
as there Is no
means oJ securf
of this paptr,
reads it. Don't you?
T. J. Kirk, one of the directors oi ne was iuiu uiey uc uuumic iu
the." Athena bank, and a prominent blast to any advantage, and that their
farmer of that country, was transact-; oniy recuuree wua me uau ui uic hh
inc busiue--! in Pendieo'j yeateniay
"William Turney and Charles Finch
returned yesterday from the Oriental
mine. Work there has Deen suspena-
About 250,000 pair of glasses will be
purchased by the state committee in
Maryland for use in polling booths.
Politicians have found that both in
eu owing to iub Muu im ui : th clt and the country districts a
pany to get pipe delivered. large number of voters of the poorer
E. J. Wood, who was brought to classes can read sufficiently well to
r - I ballot, but their sight is so defective
that In the dimly lighted booths they
are unable to read the list of contest
I ants on the ballot. Capable men will
be provided at every polling place to
I adjust the glasses for the voters.
The governor of the richest and
most populous province of China, re-
: cently told Mr. Barrett, our represen-
tative that the province contained
100,000,000 inhabitants, and after the
j war with Japan, fully 99,000,000 of
the number actually believed that
China had won, and no pains have
been taken to dissuade them of this
For a First-Class articlle in
TALLMAN & GO.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS.
Two millions of two-penny meals
are dally supplied to the London poor
by a large victuling company. The
food is plentiful, well cooked, cleanly
served and the hungry multitude en
The king's coronation robe will be
of cloth of gold. The material which
will be specially woven, will contain
a less proportion of alloy than gold
coinage. It Is stated that it will be
"as bright as a golden cloud."
The Pendleton Shoe Company
Have 500 pairs of Misses Shoes,
they are selling at, per pair ,
Kormer price from $1.50 to $1.75:
500 pairs Children's Shoes
at, per pair
Former prices from $i.a5 to S1.75.
Betides nny Bargalas la lea's and Ladles' Shoes.
DUN'T FAIL TO QET OUR PRICES.
Pendleton Shoe Co.
645 Main Street,
Wa signature U on or pry box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine ta
the remedy that emretf m cld 1m m day.
ferred stock dividends for any one
year shall not exceed 3 per cent, with
out a like dividend in common stock.
When dividends on common stock
from all sources aggregate 50 per
cent of its par value, it shall become
Godfrey and Tabor, the old owners
of the Red Boy, are by the terms of
the consolidation in absolute control.
The Red Boy interests in the merger
company represent s $2,250,000, as
against $750,000 held by the Concord
people. The distribution of the stock
to the vorious interested parties is as
Merited Promotion for Campbell.
Portland, Feb. 19. It is stated on
excellent authority that Benjamin
Canrpbell, traffic manager of the Ore
gon Railroad & Navigation Company,
will be made assistant traffic director
of the Harriman lines, with head
quarters at Chicago.
B. J. Godfrey 951.700
Clark Taber 951,700
J. H. Bobbins 317.200
J. A. Howard 317,200
C. A. Johns
N. C. Richards
2,537,800 402,200 ;
The above figures, showing the '
amount of stock subscribed by James
A. Howard, of this city, and J. H. Rob-'
bins ,of Sumpter, simply represent the j
entire holdings of the original stock
holders in the Concorn Gold Mining
Company, they having been authoriz
ed yith power of attorney to act for,
the rest of those interested in the!
original company and to subscribe for
all the stock of each respectively. 1
When the stock is issued it will be
to each member of the Concord com
pany pro rata according to the
amount held by each man.
TALKED PRINCE HENRY.
Said Republicans Exaggerated the Ef-i
feet of Wheeler's Speech.
Washington, Feb. 19. Kern, demo
crat of Illinois, made one of the moat
interesting speeches thus far deliver
ed iu the house on the subject of
Prince Henry's visit. He took the
ground that the republicans are ex
aggerating the effect of Wheeler's
speech and that the Germans In the
United States will not be caught by
such clap-trap. A r.iark made by
one representative In congress will
not Influence their votes. Germans
came to this country to escape the
princes, and for that reason they do
not believe In spending xnonoy for
the ontertalnmont of repiesontntlves
of Prince Henry's class.
"Prince Henry probably Is all
Susceptible of high polish,
Made in the new shapes-with
oak tanned soles, at
A most satisfactory business
shoe for men.
Washington, Feb. 19. The presi-j
dent sent to the senate today the
nomination of Captain Phillip Cooper j
to be a h u: a.imiral. :
The Perfection of
ST. JOE STORE,
We are still in the saddle driving prices down to
the LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES in ALL
DEPARTMENTS of this STORE. We are
SLASHING PRICES in order to get in shape
for our BIG SPRING STOCK, which will com
mence to arrive soon. If you are hunting Bar
gains, we have them for you. Remember, the
largest stock in the county to select from. Come
and see us.
THE LYONS MERCANTILE
In handsome fumitj
o n( thp most agreeal
that deligb'5 tbj
y in sum v." ?
are showing in all imes
as are kept in an
Up-to-Date, First Class Fwnltwe Store
The largest stock from which to select and all ,al . pn
defy competition. Undertaking parlors in connect .
M. A. RADEP.
main anu weou oireeis
International Poultry Food makes tbem.
Beef Meal gives them flavor.
Clamshells make them isoiia.
Mica grit aids digestion.
TVr a camole.
C. F. COLESWqPTHY.
i7 attd 129 East Alta Street.