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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ?28
TO BE PHQUD QF
To wear a shoe that
fitsthat lias correct
shape and that
pleases the, eye as
well as the pocket,
book, Don't waste
jnoney in buying shoes e
cause they are cheap, -for in
xhe end they will be ;most
are ihc Best MauJe ,
Wilson & Co.
L. GREENWAID, Kepairer.
Phone, Black 91.
Sam Kunstader, Chicago.
George "Harris, Portland.
Autly Nylander, Portland.
Arthur E. Hall, Memphis.
A, iH. Marsh, Aberdeen.
"Whig Southard, St. Louis.
J .A. Cooke, San Francisco.
Vi. S. Walters, San Francsico.
George McGUvery. Spokane.
John Fleming, city.
T. T&. Robertson, Montana.
F. J. Ginger, Spokane.
"William Anderson, Milton.
S. S. Gill, Spokane.
E. J. Keller, Portland.
F. W. Waite. city.
Mrs. It. C. Beach, Lowlston.
Mrs. J. A. Steacb .Hamilton.. .
F. M. Bates, "Walla "Walla. ,
A. St Clair' Gay, Portland.
George S. KobertsonJ Colorado.
T. .A. iRhea, Heppner. c
Harry L. Morse, McKayS "
The Golden Rule. V ?
Bob TPHner, Spokane. -J
A. X "Kelly, Milton. - "
L. Cunningham, Portland. '"
"Will Ingram, "Portland. - : -"W.
Robinson, "New York.
A.. Zimmerman, city. -t-
H. L. McLean, Baker City. -;
Mrs. E. Sage, Portland.
Elna Hfnton, Baker City.
Mabel Cooley, Baker City .
'Mrs. lu F. -Marchbank.
J. J). Toney, Baker City.
Mrs. Mary Blomgren and family.
"W. TL Phillips and wife, Union.
Mary Brown, Junction City.
p. A, Sanders.
Charles S."keller, Portland.
Mrs. G. S. Gibson, Spokane.
S, Davison, Tmatilja.
Or Borqulst and Vlfe.
At Sharp's big wall paper" Btore,- opera
block, .Court street.
T - a
For a First-Class article in
TALLMAN ft' CO.
MARSHALSHIP AND ,REi '
The Lawyers are Havlngwlnd TjtaV;
''ties Over It , and Pendleton's Gov
ernment is at Sea Without Rudder
or Compass, - " '
Tlie city marshal and recorder
fight goes merrily on and nll "are
wondering ".whoro?we are, at."
Deputy Sheriff .Joe Rlakley aad At
toracy John Me. .Court, who were air
pointed to "these ofilces "Wednesday
evening were enjoined not to act "and
the order signed 'by Judge Hartinan.
jPlalntitfs .filed their .papers with the
county "clerk before tfiey slept and the
"new" officers "wore not allowed to "take
their places Thursday aB was order
ed by the mayor and four of the coun
cilman, in the meeting "Wednesday
night. Consequently Heathman and
Beam are still enjoying the rights and
nre transacting the "business of mar
shal and recorder.
Hearing the Injunction.
At two o'clock yesterday afternoon
the hearing of the injunction was up
before Judge Ellis, who made a simi
lar ruling in that caBe to the one in
the former case, which grew out of
the election of Lane and Frazler to
succeed Heathman and Beam bb mar
shal and recorder. The judge held,
that so far as the mayor and council-
men were concerned, tne piamuns
had no :grounds for complaint and
the injunction was dissolved against
them, but was sustained against
Blakley and McCourt. However, in
rendering his decision Judge Ellis
added that the matter was not exact
ly clear to him as to what was the
right thing to do.
The Argument Took Time.
The argument took up all the af
ternoon and considerable spirit was
shown by Mayor Hailey, who Bald he
was tired ofs the way the plaintiffs
were dilly-da',lying about the matter
and wanted to . know why they did not
give up the oiflces, when other men
were appointed and qualified by the
council, with the consent and approv
al of the mayor, to take their (Heath
man and B.eam'a) places,- and -they'
were declared out, and then if the ap
pointments were not lawful to bring
suit to test the validity of the action
and recover their offices. The mayor
said that If that were done and the
case was decided in favor of plain
tiffs he.wpuld uphold them in office
and do all in his power to assist them
in carrying out the duties of their re
Answers were Filed.
Immediately after Judge Ellis ren
dered his .decision the defendants an
nounced that they had filed their
answers in the injunction cases and
were ready to defend them in coifrt.
It was then, almost five o'clock and
as the counsel for plaintiffs -were not
.prepared to fight, tthe Judge adjourn
ed'COUrt until 10 o'clock iYiday
s'gwhen the mandamus, proceedings
was taken- up.
Judge Ellis Overruled Demurrer.
The arguments in the mandamus
proceedings brought by Blakley and
McC&urt, the newly elected marshal
and recorder, demanded the atten
tion of Judge "Ellis all this forenoon,
and was concluded between 2 and d
o'clock, when the Judge overruled the
demurrer jfiled by JMerce and JBaller-
ay, attorneys ior jaeaiumua uuu
JJcam. They Tvere given until tomor
row forenoon fto -file -their answer.
The answer filed last, evening, by
tno .attorneys, for the "new officers., at
'the conclusion of the 'argument in
ithe .Injunction case, .brought by Heath-
man and Beam, whichwas decided, in
as soon ai tlie mandamus was decid
ed. This is now being -argued.
Blakley. is Eligible.
It has been currently reported, on
ithe street "today that Joe Blajtley
'.could not serve because he held a
jhomestctd. This is not true. Mr.
JJlakley filed on a homestead on the
17th day of August, 1901, but he re-
HnquisheU his claim the 22d of this
i month. This entitles him to the po
sition 'of .marshal, for the law gives
a man six. months In which to -take
up his residence on a homestead.
IPullVour Best Jroot Forward.
and .walk IntotheTeudleton Shoe Cp's.,
.parlor, wbereyouwiU ,find a stock of
footwear, from which you can get
whst you want at the lowest jprlces
"Winter styles are being clotted out -as
spring Is jiear.
Pendleton Shoe Co.
64 Main t
tiesoiuo U ea erry box of I bo graalaa
j.i n f . .
fHavlng "rejiwisfee kls riht.,,pefore
in,six ;inontas were up, He, ie eligi
J. 'D. Casey is In-.town, from HI1-
E. D. Turner, of rMeacham, Is
town. ,- v , v
Wnifira Anderson is in town from
'-'Charles Alspauch, of Helix, "was ,'ln
the city Thursday. vv
"7. :'S. Cherry, ihe Pilot Rock stock
man, Is in Pendleton.
"Harry L. florae, from McKay, was
in Pendleton yesterday.
A. J. Kelley, of Milton, Is registered
at the Golden Rule hotel. '
F. ,M. Bates, of "Walla "Walla, Is a
guest of Hotel Pendleton.
George Minger, the butcher, spent
yesterday in Pilot Rock, on business.
Jim Wyrlck has accepted a position
with the Thompson Hardware Conf
pany of this city.
Orvil Coffer is in town from Free
water, and Bays that everything there
is on a boom.
E. Boettcher expects to ship 13 cars
of mutton sheep from the O. R. &
N. feed yards Saturday to Chicago.
' Mrs. Valandingham, of Klamathon,
Cal.. Is visiting at the home of Mrs.
Robert Brown, 221 Garfield street
Mrs. T. C. Taylor has returned from
Portalnd, arriving on last night's
train, after an absence of nearly a
Hubert Stanfield, "who has been at
tending the Portland Business Col
lege, has completed his course and is
now in the city.
A marriage license has been issued
by County Clerk Chamberlain, to
John J. Goodman and Cora M. Hun
ter, both of Umatilla county.
James "Wyrlck, who is attending
public school, will leave this evening
to visit his parents near Helix. He
will return Sunday afternoon.
Kail Greenwald, one of the clerkB
in the Boston store, has recovered
from an attack of quinsy, being con
fined to his home for several days.
Dr. "W. G. Cole left this morning"
for "Walla Walla, where he goes to
assist in the operation on John E.
Lathrop, who Is in the hospital there.
Mrs., Clara Cahoon returned from
Portland Thursday morning, where
she has been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. W. P. Fell for the past five
N. D. Knettle, a prominent capital
ist of Pomeroy, "Wash., stopped last
night at the Hotel St. George on his
way home irom a business trip to
F. O. Baker, in charge of the ad
vertising department of the Spokesman-Review,
passed through Pendle
ton Thursday evening on his waj' to
Mrs. Leona Thompson and daugh
ers, Misses Ida, Harriett and Ted, are
expected to return to their home in
Pendleton, about the 5th of March,
after spending the pas three months
Lester Swaggart is jn Athena today
and while there will start a crew of
men at work excavating for his new
brick, which is to be built in partner
ship with Mrs, .Stahl, of Walla Walla.
The building is to cost $10,000.
William E. Rapson, colonel and bri
gade engineer uniformed rank of the
Knights of Pythias, .from Washington,
is in the city paying a fraternal visit
to the members of Damon lodge. He
will remain here several days.
Charles E. Comstock, representing
(he Equitable Life Assurance Compa
ny, is xnaiung nis Headquarters in
Pendleton. He is registered at the
Hotel Pendleton. The Equitable Life
is one of the great assurance compa
nies of the world.
William Jones, Charles Anderson,
of .Boise; R. F. Cook, of Mountain
Mome, and E. A. Vanslcklyn, of Wel-
ser, .nave oeen in town ana are mat
ing trips out over the county con
trading for stock sheep to be taken
after 'the shearing season is over.
J. S. Kees returned. Thursday even
ing from a visit .to his homestead, 10
miles south of Pilot Rock. Mr: Kees
says that it rained' and snowed there
most all d.ay Thursday, but htat It
was. not cold. The grass is green and
stock looking fine and farmers are all
busy preparing .for spring work.
William Roberts, who spent two
months in-California has returned and
taken up .his home in the eastern part
.of town, where he purchased a resi
dence. Mr. Roberts has large farm
Ing interests -in this county, which
he has leased for a number of years,
and expects to make his home, for a
while, at least, in town. He says that
Joe .Garrans, who accompanied him to
San Francisco, to visit his parents,
and who was ill when he left here,
is much improved and will return In
a few weeks.
Fred E. Judd, of the Pendleto
.Scouring and Woolen Mills, is la re
ceipt of a letter .from home, in which
he 1b Informed that, his uncle, Colonel
E. D. Judd, bad .a very narrow escape
from the Park Avenue hotel, which
burned in New York a few days ago,
Colonel Judd being rescued by the
firemen rfom :a third-story windaw.
Taken in connection with .b!b feeble
health, the experience was a great
shock to him, the Colonel being store
than three score and ten years old.
THE HORSE INDUSTRY IS
AN IMPORTANT ONE.
Umatilla Has the Reputation, of Hay-
Ing More Good. Herftesand Better
Horses Than Any Other County in
Frank Frazler and Tom Thompson
have recentb' returned from. La
Grande, where they purchased and had
shipped to Pendleton what they con
sider tlie best draft stallion In Uma
tilla county. The animal is a Clyde,
dark bay in color, weight 1800 pounds,
8 years old, and of handsome confor
mation, and certainly a fine looking
horse.. It was raised by McDonald
Brothers, well-known horse breeders,
of Union county. Mr. Thompson was
in Chicago several years ago at nn
exhibition of draft, horses and saw the
dam of this stallion take, first prize as
a 2-year-old. Consequently, he was
pretty well satisfied that the joint
'purchase by himself and Mr. Frazler.
would be a profitable - investment not
only for themselves, but for the horse
breeders generally of this section.
Umatilla "the Land for Horses.
Speaking of horses, a well inform
ed gentleman stated that "Umatilla
county has. the reputation of having
more good horses than any other
county in the state." The best two
stallions are considered to be West
field, owned by Frank Frazler, of Pen
dleton, and Caution, the property of
J. A. Baddelly, of Weston. The pro
geny of these two sires led all others
in the Pacific Northwest last season,
at the different racing meets. Allie
M. owned by Jim Irwin, of Pendleton,
Is a Westfleld product, and she broke
the world's record as a 2-year-old at
the North Yakima races, trotting a
mile in 2:19, finishing in a walk
away to the front of a bunch of good
ones. 'It Is the opinion that had she
been forced to show her true speed,
on a good Eastern track, for instance,
that she could have done the mile -in
2:16. Westfield is a member of the
Wilkes family, while Caution Is by
Mount Hood and Hassalo.
Mount Hood and Hassalo, two West
field colts, won four races at the Spo
kane meeting last, fall, C. F. Smith,
a raining man of Roslyn, B. C, was so
pleased with what he saw that he
Bent down a mare from that city dur
nig the past month to be bred to West
field, believing that the best results
could.be thus obtained. Dr. John M.
Brooke, of Portland, has recently pur
chased from Frank Frazler a 3-year-old
gelding by Westfield. The animal
is a big one, weight ,1300 pounds, and
as a roadster will be hard to beat.
Demand for Westfield Fillies.
There is also a demand for West
field fillies. Mr. Frazier has recently
received letters from the Willamette
Valley and other sections, asking for
information as to where such animals
could be purchased. Any one having
a Westfield filly lias something tnat
can be sold, if he will give his name
to Mr. Frazier and thus get into com
munication -with these prospective
purchasers. Horsemen were here re
cently from La. Grande endeavoring to
pick up some good, young, well-bred
mares for their stock ranches. The
Light or Heavy Sole
Dongola Kid Uppers and
made by a firm who have a
world wide reputation for
Shoes that Wear
Patent Leather Potish
CALL Fit C9HMTY WARRANTS.
All Umatilla ceaaty warrant reentered
Ib January sd February, I960, will be paid
at my a4Be at the court bobm upon prMtata
Has. IatMMt swum eo date of nbUeaUoB.
rMdlrtaa, Ottm, February fe, me.
ft. JL TATS.
i hor ra4sers f Unlen county got into t
tne pHSiaess oeiore 11 ts iHnen wpt
,Kere, tmt- bow tney nave to comet
here to get some of. their animals, that 1
. ... . . - . . Tit , t "
tsr. 1L , xaey want lae uesu VY&11&
Walla' men also are Umatilla cdunty
'customers. They have, in the recent,
past took over a couple of good road
sters, not having the -suitable animals
at homefrom which to make their
selectlton. Four or five different men
have recently been in Pendleton after
good road horses, but the local' men,
who own" such animals, when asked
what they are willing to sell for, look
'fixedly at the ceiling or the.-sky, it
the conversation occurs out of doors.
Tjiat means that they are holding
their prices out of sight.
Clyde Favorite Draft Horses.
The Clyde is n favorite a9 a draft
horse among horsemen, being consld-1
ered a 'better boned animal than .the
Percheron. and with good action
when strength and weight are consid
ered. The best horses are always in de
mand at fancy figures, consequently.'
it pays to raise the best, as there is
nothing too good for wealthy men,
whon they take a fancy to an animal.
This, s proven by the fact that C. J.
HamllnVsfof Buffalo, N. Y., sold his j
horse, Daredevil, record 2:09J4, to,
Thomas W .Lawson, the yachtsman
and copper king; of J3qston, for $50,-1
000. This is the highest price paid
during the past decade.
Leland Stanford's Act.
One of the greatest sales, and high
est prices received for a horse was
when the famous Leland Stanford
sold an animal for $125,000. To show
that he did not care particularly for
the money, but simply would not part
with his property without suitable
consideration, Mr. 'Stanford divided
the money equally among 125 young
men and made it possible for them to
secure an education at the Leland
Clerk's Wise Suggestion.
"I have lately been much troubled
with dyspepsia, belching and sour
stomach," writes M. S. Mead, leading
pharmacist of Atteboro, Mass. "I
could eat hardly anything without suf
fering several hours. My cieik sug
gested I try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure,
which I did with most happy results.
I have had no .trouble, and when one
can go to eating mince pie, cheese,
candy and nuts after such a time,
their digestion must be pretty good. I
indorse Kodol Dyspepsia Cure hearti
ly." You don't have to diet. Eat all
the mod food von want but dor't
overload the stomach. Kodol Dy6pep -
& Co. and Brock & McComas Co.
ST, JOE STORE.
of Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Corset
Covers, and Infant's White Dresses,
for one week, beginning
Saturday, Feb. 22, Ending Friday Night, Feb. 28.
Our New Spring Goods are beginning to arrive and
we will show the largest and most up-to-date stock in
Pendleton this-season, and you can rest assured our
prices-will be right. Wait and see 'them before buying,
THE LYONS MERCANTILE GO.
Up-to-Dte, First CIaFarnitare Storc
The largesjtfslock from wljicffl'oselect and alar prices
defy competition. yndertaWng parlors in. connection.
Main and Webb Streets
POULTRY And EGGS
International Poultry Food makes them.
Beef Meal gives them flavor.
Clamshells make them solid.
Mica grit aids digestion.
Try a sample.
C. F. COLESWORTHY,
Hay, Grain and Feed.
139 East AlU Street.
is like some kinds of
the mole it is shaken up
worse it Rets. Now j
want the coffee question
once anchforall try our
it is a mild, highly flavor
ed coffee and is just right.
Owl Tea Hot$s
Cheapest place in Oregon.
If You Want to
Buy or Sell
OR ANYTHMG ELSE
Put an add In the
classified columns of
the East rgonlan,
as there is no othrr
means of securing so
great an audience to
your needs as
through the colums
of this paper.
j Everybody hereabouts
feauS it. UOn t yOUf
In handson.t fuiuitur
is one pf'tbe most agrtcalJe
surprises that delights the
misttess of a home, t&pcc.al
y in fcuch ncw dt signs e
t are showing-in all lints s-uch
as are kiri'in an
. - Pendleto, ireo